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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t f j i r ntW f f Lm t prlug itl T b nIif tli I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYti v x Fi SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 NIIMIER 41I SURVEYM sv en Miles arid A Half is But SecureIIt By Paying For Survey MAY IUILD AT EARLY DATE Mr S Roberts who has been away 1 from home for several weeks in the employ of the Osbourne Engineering Co surveying a railroad from Cumber land river to Harrodsburg and Dan vile returned home last Friday night the survey haying been completed Mr Roberts informs The Sun that he believes this road will be built at an early date and unless the survey is changed it will miss Springfield about seven miles and a half running a little to the east of Texas through the farm of Mr Fleece Bosley However if the citizens of Springfield desire to secure this road there is a possibility df getting it by paying for a survey from Lebanon through Washington county to Springfield thence from Springfield through the Mooresville section To carry this survey through Springfield will cost about 500 but this is a very insignificant sum if there is any probability of securing the road Some attention should be given to this matter and if the people believe there is even a remote possibility to secure the road they should lend every assistance to th promotersMr chief engineer of the Osbourne Engineering Co info Mr Roberts that at a very early dat TOads will be built through every un occupied territory in Kentucky As evidence that his assertion is a correct one it is stated that the company he represents has constructed roads in MichiganIndiana Washington United States of Columbia and a number of countries in South America Fiscal Court The regular October term of the Fis- cat court convened here Tuesday to at tend to the business of auditing claims against the county The court is in session today but will adjourn this afternoon Base Ball A game of baseball will be played1 there next Friday afternoon between Springfield and Bloomfield This wrl- be the last game of the season and it i expected that a large crowd will b present Marion Items JThe Falcon The regular September term of Circuit court convened her Monday morning of last week wit Judge L H Thurman on the bench In Police court the past week Charl- iLancaster colored was fined 4 fo jumping on and off moving trains Mr W W Graves has sold his farm of 120 acres on the Miller pike ne- St Marys to Mr W J Sullivan of Canton HL who will shortly remo- vwithfamily to same On account of the resignation of Mr PhiL McChord as manager of the tel phone business at Springfield Manage F M Edwards of this city Has been given the management of that territory in addition to the lines in this and Taylor county The Marion Connty Teachers Association will meet at the Pleasant Hill Baptist church October 7 The protracted meeting which has been in progress at the Vine Grove church for two weeks conducted by Rev S C Humphreys of Shelbyville closed Monday evening with twenty five professions of religion The baptizing took place Sunday afternoon at Mr R E Youngs pond LandFor SaleY Fifty acres of land onehalf mile from town Lebanon Good ximprovements Satf1priv te Well watered and no a43 C w STALLINGS Farms Sold McElroy Wharton have disposedof the following farms Will Deacons farm 106 acres near Mackville to Robert Keeling price 2600 Robert Shewmaker farm near Battle to Will Parrott 1700 Zach Leachman farm FitzgeraldBrown a farm near Lebanon knows as the old Hardin McElroy place for 6000 Leg Broken Johnnie Thompson the little son of Springfieldlast Friday morning He was playing near a avy farm gate which fell breakinghisdoing nicely and no serious results are apprebjnoed FREDERICKSTOWN and the BARDSTOWN PIKE There was question some time back of a school trustee election but we think it has all been dropped now for all the burghites feel that an election could not improve things Wherever you go you hear that the present school with two teachers is the best schoolever had here The same is true about St Agnes school on the pike The parents are so delighted with the progress of the children and the goodwill of St Catharines teachers that they all wish this condition would last The trustees are to be congratulated for the great interest they take in the crediteearnest efforts Mr Bush the Washington cqunty school superin adminisryasplaceewaS a good sale at Will Ham uanpaid more for things than they would right in Springfield for new material Mrs Hamiltons valuable horse brought 185 and was by her brother of LaRue county thereI was a good crowd from all a splendid dinner was served to all present The candidates for our county offices did some very successful electioneering on that occasion Three or four ladies from this neigh borhood attend school at St Catha rines so we hear Miss Louise Ham ilton the bright daughter of Mr L A Hamilton is one of them but we failed to Team the names of the other lucky ladies Miss Kate Shaunty is teaching school a JYoodlawn taking up the unfinished term of the former teacher Every one is well pleased with her services and fewlgreateMr Fred Fowler is quite sickwith typhoid fever but is doing well under the good treatment of our doctors Fred is a hardworking boy andstays with Will Clarkson on the Lebanon pike farmhwith his family to the burg where they will live at Dr Hamiltons home Fred goodran He is father of twelve children all of them married except two who are in a themselvesarto grandfather of quite areeFred by alllnd although of qqite an age can ride a horse and a bicycle like a young man forequite a number of years yet Mr Thomas Montgomery has sold a lot of valuable stock lately for a high price Thomas moved in here about a year ago and likes this part of Washington county very much Mr Charles Willett and his attractive wife were the guests of their grand parents Mr and Mrs Hill Mrs Wil lett will stay in this neighborhood for over a week and then return to Pleas ant Grove where her husband owns a very valuable farm Yours sincerely GUEST School Per Capita The teachers of Washington county will doubtless be pleased to learn that the net per capita for this county is 318 the greatest in the history of the common schools Notwithstanding the law requires a term ofsix months taugiitrthe average payment per month is gr iater than ever before Ir SCRAPBOOK POEMS O TIDE OF YEARS Charles W Stevenson In the New York Ob server J 0 beyondATo andfondDo conquer circum Lance rareOfA dareThrough 0 weepLetreapNewdespairSuccess awareTo brightWith fightThe careThatshareHas holdAoldSavebearSome careWho0 yearsGive tearsMyeverywhereTo To banish doubt to battle fear And nobly face my fate rcomIImitteepurpose no t nating candidates for county offices In the absence of the tderchosen electIedSecretary After preliminary matters had been arranged and the committee on resolutions had reported Mr W F Neikirks name was placed before the house for county judge Mr Neikirk addressed the convention asking that his name be withdrawn but this the convention refused to do and the was declared the nom neefMr C R Filiatreau of Fredericks town was nominated for Sheriff Neither one of the nominecsjiave yet given notice of their acceptance In accepting the chairmanship of the convention Mr Lewis delivered a s in which he threw a num thelRepublican sions was appointed and after a brief intermission the following report was read by Postmaster Waters i We the committee on resolutions re spectfully submit the following report Resolved That we the course of the committee in calling this convention Resolved That we approve the wise land patriotic administration of Presi dent Roosevelt Resolved That we recommend nomi At a of the county election tofficersvember were chosen 1 Frederickstown No1 Judges A Thompson dem Miles Kelty rep clerk J R Connor dem sheriff W T Filleatre u rep MooresvilU rNo 2Judges J B Viilliams dem W B Barlow rep clerk J F Bishop rep sheriff J N Hays deco Willisburg No 3Judges Walter Hale dem Merritt Hungate rep clerk J J Sharpe dem j sheriff T E Wilson rep North No 4Judges Jouett dem Neal Barnett rep clerk Henry Wlls dem Hendren No 5 Judges N B Roy alty dem John A Coulter rep clerk Wi L Graham dem sheriff Andrew Divine rep- Mackville No 6 Judges D S Yan cey dem W W Riley rep clerk THERE IS NO DEATH Bnlwor Lyttoul There is no death The stars go down J To rise upon some fairer shore crowntThey treadifl showers GTo golden grain or mellowed fruit Or rainbowtinted flowers The granite rocks disorganize bearfhefaUitAndflowerswintry hours fThe coming of the May There is no death An angel form w Walks oer the earth in silent tread awayAnd desolatefHe e t es t into bliss they now bowers The birdlike voice whose joyous tones andLs now an everlasting song Around the tree of life l ght9rbears it to that world of tight To dwell in Paradise Born unto that undying life againWithpainAndseen treadForIs life there are nb dead Republican Convention R nations for the offices of County Judge and Sheriff Resolved That we denounce th methods so prevalent in politics in Ken tiscky oda as discouraging to good citizenshipand to good government platformf the Kentucky Statute and Sec 151 the Constitution of Kentucky whic are as follows Sec 1586 Any person guilty of rec- eiVing a bribe for his vote at an elec tion or for services or influence in pro curing a vote or votes at an election hundredfice and suffrage Sec 151 The General Assemblyshall provide suitable means o office person who to procure his- nomination has in his canvass or elec intimidationbriberyand he shall be heldrespQnsible for acts done b by his or ratified by himYIn 1896 in 1900 and in 1904 the nation al Republican campaign committee sent thousands of dollars into every State in the Union for the purpose of debauch ing the ballot An investigation before the New York Legislative Committee Mrfsent chairman of the Rnpublican tional campaign committee accept large sums of money from New York life insurance companieq to be used forth purpose of discouraging good citizenship perhaps a leetle right here in Washington county Read the article headed What Will the Presi dent do in the last issue of The Sun t List of Election Officers Cornishb transplanted J L Hume rep sheriff W W Hatc ett dem Pottsville No 7Judges R L Arnold dem Charles Coyle rep C F Bosley dem sheriff GW Spa row rep Springfield No 8tJudges H R Thompson dem W FrGrigsby clerk P G McElroy rep sheriff R Neal dem- Springfield No 9 Judges J P Ede len dem W D McElroy rep clerk W S Clarkson dem j sheriff S C Hendren rep Springfield No Judges A B Walker rep Willard Thompson dem clerk J R Warton rep sheriff J Y Mayes Tdem Kelleys Shop No li Judges J W Thompson dem R M Thompso- rep clerk J S Yankey dem sheriff Thomas Duncan rep Brush Grove No 1Judges W Keeling rep Robert Rhompson rep clerk E P Dedman rep sheriff S L Cheatham dem THE SUN jl PER YEAR i Registration There was not a great deal of in terest manifested yeither political party here yesterday in the registration and there was a falling off of eighteen votes over last year The result of the registration is as follows 13NNo 10Dem 48 Rep 19 Ind 5 Tolals121 125 20 This gives a Republican majority of four as last year showing ajJDemocratic gain of fourteen The total registration in1904 was 309 Total registration yesterday 266 a dropping off of fortythree Last year there were seventeen independents yes terday twenty Fatal Shooting Martin Roberts who was shot on the public square in Bardstown on Monday by Charles M Greenwell as the result of an old feud died yesterday morning at 1130 oclock Greenwell is in jail charged with murder and his examining trial will be held Saturday Serious Affray at Balltown Kentucky Standard Balltowh was the scene of another cutting and shoot ling affray last Saturday afternoon It to obtain particulars of the NewIIwhom it is said an old grudge exists became engaged in an altercation during which several shots were exchanged Charles M Greenwell Russell Greenwell and Tom Newton also Became involved in the difficulty and as a result Web Greenwell was shot in one of his legs and Overton Newton was shot and beaten over the head in eraearrests e been made Kentuckys Oldest firm madhafternoon what vas ably the very oldest firm doing businessI fexistence1The Al McChord and J B Lancaster an in the future the firm will be McCho Lancaster The new firm bought no only the stock and fixtures but also th house and possession is to be given a onceThe house was established by Mr Ben Edmonds in 1817 Both Mr Lancaster and Mr McChord are well known to Marion county people The latter is a brother of Messrs John and R C McChord of this city was formerly aresident of Springfield though recently he has been making Winchester his home She Lived Here eedThe Louisville Times says For ninety years Mrs Sarah Rum bley has livedon the edge of Panther creek in Franklin township Harrison county Indiana about twelve miles west of Louisville Mrs Rumbley was born near Springfield Washington county Kentucky ninetyeight years ago and when eight of age emi Rumbleyiher is expects to live celebrate her one hundredth birth hday anniversary To a Times reporter Mrs Rumbley talked quite and entertainingly a few days a WalterrQ as a r federal judge secretary of the interio- and Secretary of State of the United StatesF Farms For Sale A good farm near Willisburg 87 acres firstclass house good tobacco barn lays well well fenced and watered Price 2500 Springfieldkind 60 acres tobacco land Springfieln d on in grass good 8room dwelling tobacco barn onLbuildings Land lays well mostly tin grass 30 acres firstclass timberland For further particulars call upon MCELROY WHABTON SubflCrlbe for The S 1tt 7i r Q JOHN A SIMMS Dies at His Home at Chattanooga Tenn Was Born and Reared at Spry field and Was Universally Liked FUN I NEIE LAST SATIilAY t Mr Jo1mA Simms died at his home in Chattanooga Tenn last Thursday morning September 28 1905 Mr Simms was born near Springfield March 13 1866 and spent the greater part of his life here About four years ago he moved to Owensborb where he was engaged in business Later he moved to Henderson where he remained untilono year ago when he went to Chattanooga Mr Simms had been ill for quite awhile of a very obstinate stomach and liver trouble but not until about tea days ago was his condition considered fserious and while a great many of his friends were surprised when the news of his death was received his family and closest friends bad been made aware that the end was near The deceased was a man of stong intellect and personality and was honored and admired by a large number of Washington county people He was openhearted genteel and courageous and there are few who are more accommodating and charitable than was he He never passed the afflicted by without contributing to tfyeir needs and comforts and Was ever ready to lend z hlesag hiaad to the iteedy WbMfSBcli as he die the world loses one among its bestMr Simms is survived by his wife and his father and mother Mr and Ieavesbmourn a F Simms and three sisters Mrs BelsA Spalding Mrs George Medley and Mrs C J Haydon To all of these ead Chattat nooga an thetSimms was a member was buried in St Dominic Farms Sold Mcdof the late A V McKay one hundred acres of land lying about a mile and a half east of Bardstown for 2600 MrJ C Hays has sold his place known as the Kenmore Farm three Tniles from Bardstown on the Bloom fief pike to Mr John D Miller of Hardin county for 11500 Mr Morgan Gilkey of Howard town has purchased from Mr John McGill his farm on the New Haves pike two miles from Bardstowiv for 7250 Mr Will Flaherty bought of Mr Yancey Barber a residence and tract of land embracing 116 acres two miles west of town on the Shepherdsville pike for 4700 MLSSKtggo eonrbeen missing for the past four weeks and his family are greatly worried over his disappearance He had been visit ing his parents here and left Lebanon about a month ago for Hill City Kanfiwhere he has a wife and three children Not arriving at his Kansas home his wife made inquiry of his fathers family to learn that he had left here some three weeks previous The Louisville police have been asked to look for hiiut i He is twentyfive years of age and marble cutter by trade NewsrW Owen McIntyre of this city mja the Lexington Herald has just refiMMit from Harrodsburg where be cloMiifs deal for the publication oi titeHsrrodfr burg News which will make its first appearance October r i w e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905aLargest Stock Best Selections Lowest Prices i We are showing the largest and best selected stock of goods in Springfield All the new effects in Dress Goods Mo hairs In cream plain and changeable colors CLOTHINGn Don x buva Suit of Clothes or an Overcoat until you have seen our Hart Scahffner Marx and The WelwbrthV clothes for men and the Perfection brand for boys ahd children The equal any tailormade goods We guaran teejthem GparaateeFAY STOCKINGS We Are Sole Agents For this Celebrated Stocking We have these stockings for Ladies Boys and Girls They need nb supporters Best for wear health comfort and economy Try them the next you buy Dress Goods Storm Serge Cheviots Prunellas Venitians Broad Cloth Sackings Tricots Coverts Granetes and HenrieftasAl of the above in black and colors ji36 inch black and colored Taffesta silks SI to SI50 36 inches black PaudeSoie Silks to 150 Fancy Plaid Silk Waistings and Plain and Plaid Mercerized Waistings isce Ianeous Our assortment of Outings And Flannelettes is very complete including choice styles you will not find elsewherein 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 Coforwomenp makes guarantee comfort and wear and are moneysavers Your Wintereds Blankets ComfortsWe are showing a great assortment of Blankets Corn forts Lap Robes and Horse Blankets These goads were YOUtheWe most cordially invite you to visit us before buying t Cunningham Duncan a SUCCESS LASTAT urley Tobacco Growers Have Organized Incorporated with Capital Stock of 15O000T The following article online organi zation of the Burley Tobacco Growers Company is taken from the Anderson News and is a correct statement At last after a hard struggle for more than two years the burley tobacco grove s have succeeded in mak ing such an rganization as willenable them to control the products of their toil and for the future will not he compelled to ac ept the niggardly prices offered by tie American Tobacco Con pany whethe they wish to or not The 250000 stock assigned to the growers has been taken and on last Thursday tho Burley Tobacco Growers Association was incorporated with a capital stock of 1500000 divided into 150000 shares of 10 each onehalf being preferred stock bearing 8 per cent interest and the other half common stock The principal office is be located at Lexington with branch offices in other cities to be selected by the directors The company proposes to transact the business of buying selling and dealing in both leaf and manufactured tobacco and will commence business immedi ately after the filing of articles of in corporation The business will be managed by a board consisting of not less than ten nor more than fifteen directors to be elected by the stockholders and the association is authorized to incur an in debtedness of not more than 10000000 The incorporators say that they al ready have all the non ey necessary for the handling of thinyears crop guraanteed and that they will be ready for the tobacco by the time it is ready for the market The success of this movement means 1 much to the tobacco growers of Anders n county making almost certain the establishment of a warehouse here which will handle the entire crop of the county and thus relieving the farmers of the annual expense incurred in sending the tobacco to Louisville or Cincinnati to be sold It also means ii much to the merohants and businessmen of this city for the farmers selling their crops here and receiving their money through local banks will make their deposits and purchase their sup plies here adding many thousands of dollars to the Volume of trade with each isucceeding year while the money expended for labor in and about the warehouse will amount to thousands in addition to this of Eggs Ifertility IAg1eat many experiments nave been conducted to uHcertaIuJj5aya a farm writer in Cblcago Inter Ocean If possible the cause of lack of fertility in eggs Many experts are at sea who have thought that the discovery hull been made One plan is pursued to ascertain strong fertility and when the experiment Is made a second time there lis u different result Again there J1ia be strong fertllltyjand tow vitality in the chick that Is hatched or In the cm bryo which tails to hutch The best of us are willing to conies that there is much of a mystery In the usiness of Incubation and the causes of eggs tall lug to hutch Some experiments have been con ducted In the Canada experiment stu tion to gain some information along crossIlJreCdS the ordinary house where poultry In kept Fresh air and exercise are Im portant and such cannot always be ob tained in warm houses The following is a the results of such exfJuuunurYlor i The generous and gently stimulating rations given to the fowls kept In cold houses did not HPCIH to Affect the strength of the gerjjis of the eggs laid by them as similar rations apparently did In the case of the hens kept In ur tificially warm quarters Kggd laid In December by the hens in artlllclalljj warmed houses showed a greater percentage of strong germs than did eggs laid by them later In the sellson- Eggs laid by the same hens In early spring showed a satisfactory perqent get18fbesults were obtained from the fowls which like their parent stock had never known warm quarters From thirty Creanr VermifugeTHE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWAMC OF IMITATION THE GENUINE PREPARED Ballard CoelTFoe salt five eggs laid by these fowls In early spring after luring well during the winter twentyelgbt strong chickens were hatched In contrast with this are see een chickens from fiftytwo eggs laid by hens kept In warmed but comparatively limited quarters Kesults were strongly In favor of the average farm conditions One suc cessful farmer has an open shed at tached to his poultry house ana to this shed which Is protected ba curtain in stormy weather his fowls hate ac cess so obtaining fresh aIr and exer elserbe latter Is secured by throw Ing grain in litter which Is always on the floor of the shell McCALL CALLED On For an Explanation by Frank lin Leonard Jr Defeated Dem ocratic Candidate For Congress in New York City New York September 23In an open letter to President John A McCall of the New York Life Insurance Com pany Franklin Leonard Jr defeated Democratic candidate for Congress in the Seventeenth District of this city todayasked Mr McCall how much of his money paid on a life insurance policy had been used to defeat him Mr Leonards letter was prompted by President McCalls statement before the Legislative Investigating Commit tee that he had ordered a contribution of about 46000 to the Republican na tional campaign fund in 1904 The let ter followsMr A McCall President New York Life Insurance Company New York City DparSfc Last year I held a policy amounting to 20000 in the New York Life Insurance Company and paid the yearly premium At the same time I was nominated for Congress by the Democratic party in the Seventeenth District This was a close and doubt ful district and you will doubtless ad mit that large sums from the Repub ican campaign fund were expended in the district Personally I ant satisfied that those funds helped materially to bring about my defeat J would particularly like to know how much of my money paid to your company in trust for my little family after my death together with the funds of more than 23OOQ other Democrats and friends who cast their votes for me in the Seventeenth District was used to bring about my defeat and to defeat the will of these voters I venture the opinion that even my Republican opponents would hardly ad vocate the use of my funds and the funds of thousands of other policy holders in this manner Yours truly FRANKLIN LEONARD The Art of Convernation r First lla yGuogggooS- econll Babyr ahbabbabBroWn- lngs Magazine Shes A Nelson County Girl Council Bluffs In Sept 2iiShei- s the finest girl in all the worldsaid W II Kennedy the aged Iowa farmer as he paid over 1000 in cash to the lawyers of Miss Scythia Ferguson the Bardstown Ky girl who has just won a suit for that amount in the Federal Court at this place for breach of prom ise Kennedy being the defpndant Im glad the vjnry gave her some thing he said shes the handsomest woman in the world and I thinkmore of her than I ever did Im getting along in years but I think I will try again to win her Shes a good girl but has some bad advisers I was will ing that our engagement should end butit was for her sake I thought I was too old for her and J was afraid that a young girl like her would 1t be very happy with an old man like me Miss Ferguson left for Kentucky yesterday She will reach Louisville Wednesday evening High Averages Kentucky Standard TJhe Nelson Baptist Association has some churches which average high in missions and benevolence Lebanon Junction 141 Bloomfield 168 Bardstown 171 Coxs Creek 194 New Salem of which Dr W 0 Carver is pastor 302 It is interesting to notice that the twdve Womens Societies 300 mem bers average 377 The next meeting of the Association jyLUl be held at Bloomfield with Rev Chas Anderson of Bardstown as introductory preacher and A J Foster alternate Subscribe for The Sun 100 year 11 Public Saler OF RESIDENCE Of Sidney Green Decd Saturday October 28 1905 saletoSpringfieldKy underhisthat money could buy This house has bath rooms both on first an3 second floors electric lights all over the house a splendid cabineteverything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new iron has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location near graded school and a offerforfeet and running back about 225 feet to the branch We will also houseTermsor address C A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs 48 Sidney Green deceased V MERCERCOUNTY Property Owners Bring Suit for Damages on Account of De preciation In Value of Their Land by Improvements Harrodsburg Ky September 27 Damage suits aggregating 4650 were filed against Mercer county by Edward True Mrs Sallie Lampkin and Mrs Lulie Brown The county turnpikes were recently regraded and reconstructed and the plaintiffs allege that their abutting property was damaged to the extent sued for Several declivities were filled in and many hills cut down The plaintiffs own about 500 acres of fine land Ion both sides of the pike They sue for 2000 damages to their land by depreciation in value 400 for injury tq fences 1000 for destruction of easements and right of way 1000 for annoyance by the negro workmen and the blasting of rock and 250 for rocl4 thrown on their premises Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He savs Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a com plete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have no equal C J Haydon druggist guar antees them at 50 600 Given Away The Weeky CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amountingfto600 in all There will be presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Vir ginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Jpurnaf Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free Insomnia and Indigestion Cures Last year l had a very severe at tack of indigestion I could not sleep cruciatingIIlUing Stomach and Liver and received immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamore Ontario Canada For sale by C J Haydon druggist OeoeoeOeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOe THE FIRST c 0Bank I a oFe 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L CAPITAL 50000 tDSurplus and Undivided Profits 2 = coo l IoQ B L Litsey J w Lewis in CampbellR tt 1 oJnoo PoUn a e We grant every favor consistent e with safe banking If you have ttJnot already an account with this I we your patronage IOOOOOOOOOOOeQ loeoeoeoeoeoeoooeooeoo J YOUNEEDIT s SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenvflle Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence outs won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as aresult of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All DruffiStS DR J W THOMAS H Kya Qeaeoe D eaeaeaeoeaeaeaeaeo- eQooeoeaeoeaeaeaeoeaeoeaea IiuseCist Least Wwr lest Salesman ec BOOGS r J IIlc 6SBY r OPTICIAN Springfieldfit and adjust glasses Eyes Examined FREEI- t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 w It YOUR WINTER H OAL 4 Now is the time to give us your order You know we handle the best goods 1j McClure Wells The Farmer q Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons theyhavelbeenfoundevery experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and ElwOod Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for itS simplicity and strenit It keepS arunnin This can not be said of makes of gasolines Most of them budgingisveryand Wickedness McClure WellsSpf ing-field Ky Good Baking Hingeson good flour The best baker in the infejriorthaibestflour ordinarykindsTry a sack today Chaplin Water Power Roller Mills j D B SUTHERLAND Prop VVcVV V V VV Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS D Robertson President cHon L H Thurman VicePr kentCJ At Boalware Canliior Clt t 1d1wrd M Cashlor H C LeerDIRECTORS Geo D Rolertson W L Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction 8 Guaranteed 8 cx ooooooooocx ooooooooooooo OOCX500000000GOGOOGOOOOGOOO Q LEoHATDCi S B JR Q HAYDON TROMPSON rteLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For TraveliflxMe PHOJfZ 18 aIK t r Subscribe for The Sun LOO year GneronsIHe Wax tJe1mantodaY1youexplosion victim an de nex day a paralytic nIl de nex day well f boss I believe inglvin patrons some varie ty for their monoySan Francisco Examiuen Five children were cremated in a fire which destroyed their home at Fort Dodge Iowa Realty Bargains goodlandacres on county road near Mackville improved 2OOO127acres at Card well on pike well improved 2000 countyfarmsat price 560 an acre310 acres bier cer county farm as good as any 100 land 60 an acrel00 acres in two miles Harrodsburg on pike a bar gain at price GO an acrel71 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre producing36 an acreStore property and residence at Bondyille Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 Andmany other properties Write jme if you wh to buy or sell J W T EwiNG Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky eQeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe eoeQ JOllN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown JHandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robe Telephone Day 19 Night 74 eoeQeQeoeQeboeo oeoegeoeQ l r What will Y- ouREAD THIS WINTER You will Save Money selectingrvour reading matter from The S nsQub 1 bing listr4 r THE SUN AND Both pcrs I yr Bryans Commoner 175 150INashville American 150 1Z5VeeklSemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 GlobeI 125 175 175 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitoniist 150 American Farmer150Bre-eders Gazette225Colir-iiTy Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside i 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine ji 285 rs zme 400 jHarper CLUB INGRATESj r Uwm LOUISVILLE DAILIES The 4 Sun and The Louisville Times one ear5 09 The Sun Daily Courier Sunday 640 Same andieSunday S 20 Sun dnily Coiirier 1Th Joui three anus in thfrweekJ 3 70 Then one year and the daily CourierJournal any three daysaifF the weeksix months 2 30 The Sun1 and the Sundry our ierJournal one Year J UA- 980 The Sun and the Louisville daily Heraldone yearma 00 The Sunand the Louisville Evening Post one year 400 Address The Sun Springfield Ky Oeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeoooodoeaeoaeoeoeoeoepeoeoo A Washing Recipe Tbc following recipe Is credited toy rrofesxwr Lulliig u German scientist and Is said to save onehalf tine labor of washing it may bo nn excellent method and do nil that Is claimed for It but for that we cannot vouch Each house wife must decide for herjcjf whether Or not to use It Salsoda one pound stone lime one half pound wnter live quarts Boll for a short time stirring occasionally then let It Mettle nnd pour off the clear Hold Into n stone Jur Keep corked when not In use Soak the white clothes overnight In simple water yrlng out and soap the wristbands ahd collars and Rolled or stnlned places Have the holler half filled with water and when at scalding heat pour In one teacupful of the fluid Stir and put In the clothes Boll for onehalf hour then rub lightly through one suds only rinsing well in bluing water as usual and all fs complete For each additional boiler of clothes add onehalf teacupful of the fluid only of course boiling In the same way through the whole washing If more water is needed in the boiler dip It from the sudsing tub Soak the woolen goods and calicoes In the suds from which you hue washed the white clothes while hanging them out taking some of the water from the boiler It necessary First wash the woolens and then tbe calicoei The fluid brightens Instead of fading the clothes i a Winter Egg Production Winter egg farming Is Just as far ahead of the general poultry farming as practiced by our farmers as scien tific dairying carried oa In winter Is ahead of the old time grain farming I know very well that more failures are recorded from the egg farming in win ter than from dairying In winter but this is to be expected when we eon gettingIntorwaUonalong great as Itla on dairying but I know that If a little preparation Is made In advance of the time that we wish to put our eggs on the market It Is Just ns easy to place eggs on the market In winter as it Is In summer and far more profitable If we will Just prepare ourselves ahead by starting early to get out our chicks giving them the very best pos sible chance of growth and not think as a great many dotbat after they have reached a pertain age they can shift for themselves paying little or no attention to the growth of the chicks and then ask them to give us a high priced product when the conditions of the weather are such that they have all they can do to sustain then- selvesright here Is where most of ou1 people make a mistake It should be well understood by all that besides getting the greatest growth of muscle and bone we want feathers also In order to get this growth of feathers see to It that your pullets are not nllowed to sit fn piles at night during the hdnted season of the year but make some provision for perches and see that they get on to them and In this wny If properly fed will get the heavy overcoat of feathers they need to keep them warm during Our rigorous winters She that their house Is cleaned up some time during the summer so when- the time coineR In the fall to get your stock hi they will not be neglected and be overtaken by winter They should be talc rvln Just as they first commence to lay and then give them the best of care so as to keep them laying the entire winter Tine houses should be light and roomfwith a floor of earth covered of some kind such as straw or cut cornstalks and all grains should be fed In this litter so ns to keep the fowls busy the entire winter Do not neglect this for It Is the most important part of the whole nffalr From Report Of Wisconsin Farmers Institute DEVELOPMENT The New Industrial War Cry in Kentucky Big Convention To Be Held at Louisville Harrodsburg Democrat Gov Beck ham has accepted the invitation to preside over the State Development Con vention to be held in Louisville OctQ ber 10 11 and 12 and make and ad dress on Kentuckys Possibilities The local committee at Louisville which is in charge of the arrangements for the Fourth State Development Convention has planned to mix pleasure with business and the visiting delegates will hnvbimuch to entertain them On the first afternoon the delegates will be taken m a street car ride over the extendecfithyOn the first night the delegates will be the Commercial Club at Hamokcr1 given at the Galt House On Thursday night the closing night of the convention a banquet will be given to the dolegates at the Galt of the speakers who will ad dress the convention are Joseph E Wing of Mechanicsburg 0 on Love Labor and Living Albert Phenas of Baltimore a mnnufacturing expert Prof P jG Holden of Ames Ia IowaIStates Buaeau of Forestry Prof C J Norwood Of the Kentucky Geological Survey United States Senators Blackburn and McCreary J W Porter president of the Lexington ChambejLof Commerce and others lOne of the features of the convention will be a rollcall of Kentucky counties Ito which a representative citizen from each will be expected to respond In this rollcall the chairman will ask for answers on at least two questions What has your county in a general l way in agriculture forestry mineral and industrial interests What does your county need to improve its present conditiotl1IThe railroads have granted the very twentyfileIo An Advertising Thought John Wanamaker the successful merchant says There is only one way to advertise and that is to ham mer your name your location and your business so thoroughly into the peoples heads that if thewwalked in their sleep they would continually turn their heads toward your store The newspaper is ypiu best friend It helps to build up the country which supports you When the day comes that the newspapers are dead the people are near the edge of the grave with no one to write their epitaphs Rural Free Delivery Some Interesting Statements That the People Ought to Know Tho following items are quoted from the Washington correspondence of a Louisville pper The popularity of the rural service continues unabated Hardly a day passes that the mails do not bring let tern of high commendation of the ef forts of the establishment of this or that rotite Some of these comment in the line of fast conversions of the rural towns into cities others dwell upon the enhancement of values because of the increased convenient while still others lay great stress uponthe educa tional advantages which are being de rivediOn July 1 there were in operation in the United States 32085 routes and of these Kentucky has only 564 This is far below the number which other Southern States of Kentuckys size and importance have while this disparity between other States contiguous to the Old Commonwealth is even more strik ing For example Indiana has nearly 2000 routes Ohio 2300 and Illinois 2 500 The backwardness of Kentucky may be attributed to the fact that the members of her delegation in Congress are not of the hustling kinda There is no State in the Union which needs the extension of the rural de KentuckyIactive in securing this boon to the inhabitants in the interior sectin of the State There are some facts find some errors in the above Kentucky should not be compared with Ohio Indiana and Illi nlisrTh fault if there is a fault is not with the members of Congress it is with the people themselves In a recent statement from Supt W IL Spilman in Washington that gentleman is quoted as saying in reply to the charge that Kentucky is not receiving its due at the hands of the rural free delivery officials On June 30 1904 Kentucky had 320 3011905she 9411routesKentucky we efliedand on June 30 1905 the clone of the fiscal year 174 petitions were still pending These will have attention just as Soon as we can get around to them It is true that Ohio Indiana and Illinois lead Kentucky in the number of routes established but there is a reason for this All the counties of countyicounty service that is without an ae rate county map The large number of routes in these States is due to the fact that nearly all the counties have full county service and this goes to swell the grand total On the otherj hand there are but four counties in Kentucky winch have the full county service viz Jefferson Fayette Ma son and Flemingthe latter however being one or two routes short as nearly every county in HenceI without accurate county ma little full county service granted and the fault if there is a fault Js with the people themselves The only fault that could be charged to the members of Congress is none of thfffi ever thought of thatII a letter similar to the following Washington D CMy Dear I was agreeably surprised todaySirI receive from you a largelysigned tion for the establishment of Rural Free Delivery Route No 1 from your office I will take great pleasure in forwarding it to the department with my indorsement However I wish to say to you in all candor that inclosed with the petition should have been a certificate from you to the effect that you have a good accurate county map or that you have already had a competent surveyor go over it and that a suitable map of the route has been made You will fully understand the importance of this when say to you con- fidentiallY of course that it requires a department agent twice as long tos investigate and report a route in Ken tucky as it does in our sister States of Ohio and Indiana In those States the service is established in blocksfull county service you understanduntil- the blocks have grown into full con gressional districts Another thing I have noticed is that many of the Hue print mapsin my county for instance where I played when a boy and am of course familiar with every hill and val leyare so inaccurate that I could not find on the route passing my old home the place where I was born all owing to the foct that my home county is without that indispensable article to good rural service an accurate county map While we are greatly behind the times in my county I have insisted upon a surveyor going over each route and making a map of it more espe cially since 1 examined the map of the t s route from my birthplace The inves tigation and establishment of each route is expensive tothe Department which you must be aware of When inaccurate maps are made which cannot be avoided it will be plain to you soonerimeans in plain English that when my county secures an uptodate roadmap much of the work must be done over My object in writing you thus plainly is for my numerous friends in your county to understand that it is our duty to save the Department the extra expense of relocating these routes It is not only our duty but it is a patriotic duty as well I trust therefore that you will do your part promptly and that I may receive a favorable reply at an early date I remain etc There is no copyright to the foregoing letter Any member of Congress is at liberty to use it have it printed in typewriter type and send it in reply to every application rcceivea frorn a county not having a suitable county may It is needless to say it would hove the desired effect In reply to the above model letter Mr John G Jenkins postmaster at Dixon would send the M Co the follow ing epistle which is also a model My Dear Sir In response to your very kind inquiry I take pleasure in informing you that there are in posses sion of private citizens of this town thispWebsterand how they run The lack of suitable county road maps in Kentucky is well known to Department officials at Washington While the service is being established isipropo ac cording to the number of petitions on file it is also well understood that the only reason for Kentuckians being slow is that the people in many of the coon ties are unprepared for the service If we would catch up with the States of Ohio and Indiana we must have the county road maps to do the work with COLDBLOOD l Mother and Four Children Are Murdered in Texas Two YearOld Baby Only One Left Alive Edna Tex Sept 2SMrs A J Conditt arid four chiHrenjfa daughter of thirteen and three boys from six to ten years old were murdered in cold blood at their home near here today The mother and daughter were as saulted and their bodies brutally dis figured A baby abouttwo years old was the only one left alive All of them seemed to have been murdered with some blunt crushedIrazor The girl and motheFwere killed in the house the boysWere killed aboutI 100 yards away t Mr Conditt was away working in the rice fields A negro boy about twelve years old was plowing in a field near the house at the time of the kill screamingIwho was running around the house rantseen The party he had informed ran to the place and found the five members of the family killed Officers were in formed at once and the entire county is out in posses in search of the mur derer Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin Iowa had in curable consumption his last hope van DiscoveryIme saved my life Since then Ihave used it for over ten years and con sider it a marvelous throat and lung forCoughspreventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed Haydonsdrug Historic BuikUng Burned Travelers Rest the historic old country home of Mr I Shelby Tevis near Shelby City burned Friday afternoon An effort was made to burn at wasp nest in the attic when the fire caught and in an instant the famous old house was ablaze The building was erected in 1782 and was once the home of Isaac Shelby the first gov ernor of Kentucky Subscribe Tor The Si f l1U Ta 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 19oi y t V i Cheap Goods I 4As well as HighGrade 6oods 4rfvV the most stylish and best goods Having established this reputa tj7 r Butthey Iery ever brought to Springfield We are receiving these daily Good Hats Cheap thats what we mean + 4 +THE KNOTT CO fT NOTE We have decided to do business on a CASH basis strictly + I SPRINGFIELD Wednesday October 4 ISSUED EVERY SUBSCRIPTION ONE In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Entered at the postoffice at Ky for transmission mails as secondclass TELEPHONE TERMS OF One Year Biz Months Three Months EF In writing to have always give the postoffice to goIng as well as the postoftlce Wish It sent r DEMOCRATIC T1Cl COCSTT JUDGE B L ComT advertiseII Corosrv CLERK W F BEPEESESTATJVE SHERmr CC D BcpZEDSTEXDEjfT OF ScnooLs1 JAILER Geo D Deputy ASSESSOR T P 0 Bryan W J M Mont A DAILY PAPER AND THE r YEAR SI50 In this issue of The found an advertisement we offer The Sun tional Daily Reyjew persfor one dollar cents This is one of liberal clubbing offers and we feel sure that numbe of people vantage of it The N Daily Review is cago and is one of the daily newspapers It day the news in breif quite a number of partments We can how it iSH that the of this paper are able such an offer but made and we are are permitted to give portunity to get both and The Daily Review As announced in the ment the publishers of the Re view reserve the right to call the offer in at any time It may hold good for ones week or it mayjje called in before another issue of The Sun is printed The Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company paidoff a bonded indebtedness of 5vooo 000 last week and is now out of debt This goes to prove tha there is more 4in whisky than plain drunks some little cash Figuring on a basis of fifty cents a drunk it just required 10000 ooo drunkfon the part of the re the companys books That doesnt amount to a great deal +just a few thousand homes sold to payoff mortgages just a few thousand deaths an murders just a few thousand convicts just a few thousand brokenhearted widows just a few thousand hungry orphansjust a few hundred thousand miseries thats all And the tKentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Corn Pany is out of debtiThe Democrats down in Breck enridge county have nominated a young lawyer H DeH Moore man for County Judge He is going to win right along with th- rest e of the ticket He will not only Be one of the youngest t judges in Kentucky but he will be one of the safest and best an honor to his party andcounty But his career is not tostop with the county judgeship of Bre ken ridge there are higher offices in store for such men as he Honorable honest genteel brillia and capable we may look to hi not many years hence to lead his party in the Fourth Congress- IOnal district The man vho is continually laying up for a rainy day V sees a great many cloudsand very little sunshine A Louisville doctor has invent edan apParatus for breaking necks h lfiannecks i tho pain This will doubtless e gratifying to all who contemplate taking suclra step The most uncertain way for fellow to get anything is to just wish for it Horses Handled We are going to handle horses at the Fair Grounds having de cided to permanently engage in this business at Springfield Breaking Handling Buying Selling caiefullyto give to them better animals in every particular than when re ceived at thestables Call upon usat the Fair Grounds or write to us at Springfield for terms and prices t Baker Cd Theyre coming in from Illinois nowthe boys who went away last Springcoming home And its a good place to come to even if the roofs acavin in and the chimneys lalliri down and the door lets in the sunshine and the rain its a good place to come to Theresa sort of an inspira tion in the word home a sort lifthousand a low flutelike a ripple of laugh ter from an old sweetheart the dawn of the morning of love and its a good place to come to a good place to stay- SYCAMORE VALLEY t Rev Ezra Sutherland and wife left for Campbellsville last Saturday to be absent for ten days Rev Sutherland will go from there to Green county to hold a meeting We wish him success Quite a number from the Valley at tended the dedication at Mackville Sun day Mri George Best and sister Miss Mattie of Wayside spent last Satur day and Sunday with the family of T W and J D Sutherland Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong entertained iii honor of Miss Mattie Best last Sa urday night All report tan enjoyable time We regret very much to learn that Mr J P Leachman has sold his farm Mr Leachman and family have lived in this vicinity for a number of years and we will miss them very much Mr B P Prather has returned borne after afew days stay in Louisville We have had a nice rain and some few of our farmers are ready to strip tobacco We hear them all wishing successd lafc terqpart of the week with Mrs Prather Mrs McVowey of Illinois is visiting her son Mr Tom McVowey near this place Mrs Marshall Keeling visited Mrs J M Shields Sunday We were sorry to hear of the hor rible death of Mr Thomas Mattingly and extend condolence to hisrelatives and friends Mrs Mary Lee Pinkston of Brooks ville visited friends in Anderson county last week Mr and Mrs Tame McVowey Mr and Mrs Allen Sutton Mr and Mrs Billy Sutton John and Miss Hattie Set tIes and Mrs Nora Sweeney all spent Sunday with James Oder and family MOORESVILLE Mr Elijah Smith of Vettersburg Jef1SmithMr Jeff Smith sold a good brood mare and mule colt to Thomas A Clark son for 165 Agxma a of the Sharpe farma private sale Pos session given in 1906 Mr Kidwell has has purchased Irvine Manns farm on Hog Run Price private A la rgel congregation heard Brother Adkins preach at New Hope Baptist church last Sunday The telephone men are encamped at Mooresville and it now looks like w e might have communication with thQ ouside world in two weeks Truax will have a sale next utsaturaaY at his store house at Moores vlfle Well the Republicans have mad their nominations and now the fight on in earnest We must leave no stone owaparty in office Let every Democrat dp his dutyput his shoulder to the wheel and our party will be successful Miss Maud Yancey went to Louisville last Sunday on a visit She will remain several days Mr Harry Derringer of Valley Hill attended church at New Hope last Sun day It looks like we might have a wed ding or two this fall Mr Hez Curtsinger and Miss Jenni Yates dined with Miss Nancy Ellis las Sunday Misses Pearl Lynch and Mattie Ensor with their escorts were in Mooresville last Sunday WILLISBURG News is scarce this week but I will few try to furnisl the newsy Sun with a Little Rud Wells who has been very low with diphtheria is improving Miss Cora Trent is keeping millinery at this placeIMiller Birch and wife visited the lat ters mother Mrs Joe Hyatt last WednesdayDr Sutherland has returned home from Harrodsburg where he has been visiting his son Dr Mart Suther land Miss Annie Mcllvoy spent last Wed nesday with her aunt Mrs Tom Noel Mrs Rufus Foster leftlast Monday for Chicago where she will join her husband J IJV A E I I WEAREN- OWDECEII YIN1 1Enormous Stock of I Dry Goods = oJ t Ladies Suits Outinjkins and scarfs All the Latest Novelties in Belts Hand T Bags Etc 1 tiOur stock of Mens and Boys Clothing is larger than usual and we t will offer some special bargains in same for October as we bought a Ibtkafc SandsK line for boys and young men 1 BROTHERS I J J t Miss Flossie Armstrong visited Miss Myrtle Sutherland last SaturdayfJohn Reynolds and H rt Etheringtori attended Monday court at Harrodsburg lastt Allen Reddick and family have moved from this place to Louisville Ky to make their future home Mrs Nan Pmkston has moved to this f PlaceiMrs and son Fred havereturned home from Harrodsburg where they have been visiting friends and relatives Quite a number of people from this place attended the dedication at Mack ville Sundayf MclNTIRE Mr and Mrs Wash Janes of Croakes Station went to Marion county Saturday to visit Mrs Janes parents 1lrt sand Mr J G Adams Mrs Martha Mauser and Miss Mary JIBMr and Mrs W K E elen of Blinc coe were guests of Mr G E Edelen and family on Sunday Rev and Mrs McCormick of Lo retto Mrs Sam Hall o Fredericks town Mrs G R Clements of Clements ville Misses Sallie Thompson and Mary Mackin of Lebanon visited Mr Hillory McIntire and family on Monday last Mr and Mrs R A Wheatley have digs creek Misses Mary Belle Montgomery and Hattie Blandford are visiting in Louis villeMr J F Keene bought of Mr Harry Young five twoyearold mules at 95 per head Mr Twiman Keene bought of Mr Thomas Montgomery two mules at 90 per head Tine Cecil sold to J R Durham of Pleasant Run four calves at 18 perI head and bought of J T McIntire one heifer at 2J cents per pound Graves Brothers bought of J AIFields a mule colt for 55 anotherR from Thomas Johnston same price Mr and Mrs Mannie Alvey visited the formers sister at Loretto on Sun day Mr and Mrs T E Ballard were in Frederickstown on Sunday Mr Hessie Smith and Miss Agnes Cambron two popular young people o- fte St Rose neighbqrh9Odwer mar ried at St Rose on Wednesday Ready toWeatf and- Skirts ROBERTSON recentlyt 1IMineral Water Ii I IT I IAduringII kind you want at Red + Drug StoreR PJlOPlUETOJIS L1 ti1Y wt rSsSiSsuSS H INVESTIGATION 1 shows that many good watches are spoiled by tampering No matter Row little you suppose is the matter with yours bet ter HAVE US FIX IT r A whole lot of damage can be done by those who are not acquainted with the delicate mechanism We know watches and can repair them as they should be Bring us yours if it doesnt go just right James J GravesT- HE 1JEWELER t I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 4tk V Z ZIV + t I I I SKIRTSANDIIATSI + ++ + I AM TOO BUSY to make arrangements for + W it My line of Pattern and Hats are + now in but new ones are received each week I have also received a beautiful line of skirts r tere+ + Mrs Kate Williams t+ + Local News Notes Dont forget the town lot sale on Virginia Avenue next Saturday JThe National Fox Hunters Associa tion will meet at Bardstown November 13 Needles oil and supplies for all makes of machines at Taylors opposite The Sun office repairdontSun office areIoffice of W E Selecman for settlement Call and settle hasIa Mr George B Taylor Free concert at noon by Eilers Military Band with Rip Van Winkle at thejQpera House Friday October 13 LoSTA childs white linen cloak between Springfield and Trents Store on last Thursday afternoon Return to i The Sun office STRAYED A thoroughbred South down buck strayed from my place about three miles east of Texas In formation will be appreciatedW YOUNG The following wellknown business men will be elected concilmen at Bards town George R Conner L B0 Samj uels R C Lewis Frank Smith Grigsby and John W Shaunty The sale of Mr F M Shewmaker on last Thursday was largely attendee and everything brought resonably good prices Horses ranged in prices from 24 to 138 Other stock brought fairly good prices The new wholesale harness factory Allen Begeman will commence the manufacture of new work the latter part of the week However the fac tory is now prepared to do all kinds of repair work Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon has accepted the position of general mana ger of the Telephone Company and Mr HS Towler of Bloomfield will be assistant manager NOTIcENoticeisobereby given that my son Harvey Sea has left my house hold and all persons are warned not to sell him anything on my account as I will not be responsible This Sept 25 1905 47pd B C SEA ESTABLISHED IN 1883 4cv LICE CR M SUPPER On next Friday night an i ecream supper will be given at the McGill schoolhouse for the bene fit of the school Miss Pope the teacher invites all to attend We would be delighted if a very large number of our subscribers would drop in on Monday and pay their sub scriptionHarrodsburg Herald A thing of that sort ought to delight a fellow moren once Rip Van Winkle is produced on a scale of magnificence never before at tempfed presenting word for word scene for scene and act for act as played by the veteran actor Mr Joseph Jefferson in all the large cities of the United States thus guaranteeing a thoroughly firstclass production in every respect At the Opera House Friday October 13 DATE CHANGED Dr Grigsby the optician of Bardstown will be in Springfield Saturday October 14 and not Saturday next as announced in an advertisment on another page BROOKSVILLE I Messrs Davis Noel and John McIlvoy attended court at HarrodsburgMonday Miss Hester Noel is visiting her sis ter at Tatham Mr Purdom Pinkston left Monday for Rochelle Ill Mrs William Sutton and children loIfdayA large crowd attended theuledicaj tionat MackvjHe Sunday Carl Cheatham Visited at Hardesty Sunday Miss Nora Cheatham visited relatives at Willisburg Sunday night Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoftice for the week ending October 3ISanford Bickesstalt Mrs Sarah Bray Hinds Beams Miss Abbie Davi son Mrs Sarah Darnell Miss Ada Elliot Mark R Ethill Dr LQgant Felts James Hall Captain Hill Himen Lou Lucis Miss Jeanie Law rence Coleman Lacy tiY A WATERS Postmaster WantedHides I want to buy hides of all kinds Re member I AM PAYING TilE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES M H JONES iI II y 11 PuttingI Up- Prescriptions 1 is an adjunct of the drug business that we are specially fitted for- one ever yet complained of our prescriptions J Sick People Recover if we put up their prescriptions where recovery is possible Many now alive owe life and improved health to our pre scriptions Bring them to us and be safe iT Haydons Pharmacy 0 I I Oe ereOeOeOOe e e eoe ere r 0 0 e I Personal Notes I e pQVisitors In and Out of TownA P- e Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News e 0oeOeOeQeOeoeoeoeOeOeOeOeOe Mrs Martha McKenna is quite sick Miss Zula Nally is in Louisville this week rMrs Lnni Abell was in Lebanon Tuesday Mr rWillie Boone is at hone from the west Miss Miranda Tucker is visiting in Lebanon Mr John F Simms was in Lebanon Monday isSMr Jim Clements is in Lc uisville this week iMrs W T McElroy is in Louisville this week Mrs J W Lewis htin Louisville this week Miss Flora Mudd was in Lebanon list weeki Drand Mrs J B RoBards were in Lebanon MondayI Mrs John Deboe is visiting in Dan vjlle this week Father Halloran is the guest of Father Hennessy 4 Mrs Steve Thompson was in Leba non last week Miss Mary Lewis is visiting in Law renceburg this w ek Mr and Mrs C C Me Shord are in Frankfort this weak ksjtownMr H P McChord is in LebanonI for a few days this week 1Mr H if Grundy has recovered from a few days illness Miss Mayme Allen is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville Mr Harry Reed arid liss Jennie McCabe were in Lebanon S nday Mrs J C McElroy isj spending a few days in Louisville veek Mrs Lloyd Parrott and children jarej visiting in Louisville this week Dr Ed Mudd of Howardstown is spending a few days in Sprin fieldI Mr John Kelly and Miss Sarah Simms were in St Marys Sunday Mr Manget of Louisville visitedIfriends here the first of the Douglas Thompson of Louisville is here tevisit his mother near town iMrsrJ T Reddy of Nashville is the guest of Mrs John F SimmsIMrs Thomas Medley and of Ovvensboro have returned Mrs Willard Thompson is visiting her aunt who is quite ill in Louisville Mss Julia Dood ot Lebanon is visitin her aunt Mrs Annie Johnson JM J Y Mayes and daughter Miss Sadie were in Lebanon last week Mr Ed Kelly of Louisville has returned home after a visit to relatives here Mr J S Claybrooke has returned to Bardstown lifter a few days stay hero Mrs J M Bevil of Cleveland 0 is visiting daughssr Mrs Lum Abell her OeoeOeOeOoeOeOeoeOeoeOeOeeQeOeQeoeQeoeoe Tempting ii THE APPETITE It is unnecessary to dwell upon the good qualities 01 Fresh OysterT- hat would be a waste of space therefore I will just announce that I have them also Fresh Fish Besides I have a lot of de lici- ousCountrySorghum A lot of the very best Pickling Vinegar t T Irvine McElroy Q ooeOOOOOOOIIOOO t ifII1 Springfield Ladies will have just cause to feel happy how that MRS KATE WILLIAMS has secured the Iagency for the wellknown Louisville firm The Aron son Co Dealers and makers of I I dine Outerwear for Ladies and MissesiDont buy your Fall and Winter Cloaks Suits Skirts Waists and Furs tit through catalogue or purchasing agent Patronize one of your home peo pie in whom you can have every confidence You dpnt pay out your mom tey until you satisfy yourself with the garment ordered A full line of sam tpies will be on display at Mrs Williams store t t I Saturday October 14 1 Remember the day You are all invited to inspect this really handsome line ttonce We will do the rest iit I The Aronson Co I I Sal Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KY 1j f y I HI IIIi Miss Elizabeth Leachman spent a few days in Louisville this week With friends =Mrs ES Mayes Sr and Mrs William Durrett were in Lebanon last week r LcbanonIMiss Nellie Greene left Monday for Nazareth Academy where she will at tend school Mrs H C Hoskins of Campbell ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Charles NcVhortcrLi I Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs John B Hill in Lebanon Mrs E Carl Litsey and little daughter Sarah of Lebanon are visiting Mr and Mrs W E Selecman Mrs John A Simms and Mike Simms have returned to their home at Chattanooga Tenn Mrs McLaughlin and daughter Miss Edna have returned home after a fourmonths stay at Winchester Mrs Weisen and little daughter of Louisville visited Mrs W E Leach man the first of the week William A ONan left Monday for Louisville where he will attend Bryant Stratton Business College MrsSue Rives and Miss Allie Rives of Lebanon were the guests of Mrs W F Booker last week Mesdames G E Medley and B A Spalding were called to Chattanooga by the death of their brother Mr John A Simms Mrs J P Marshall and daughter Miss Bessie Mae of Bardstown were the guests of friends here this week and last Mr Evan Rogers was in Louisville yesterday to attend a meeting of the State Home Mission Board ot the Baptist church Mr and Mrs C W Noe left yes terday for a visit to their daughter at Utica Ind Mr Noe will return to night while Mrs Noe will remain sev eral days Mr and Mrs R W Wathen and Mrs Hagan were in Lebanon last Sun day visiting their brother Mr J B McAtee They also called on Mr and Mrs W M Roney I r Mr and Mrs Samuel Paddach of Mac vilIc were in town today They will leave next week for an extended visit to their dau Garne-rat Wabash IndJMessrs TC l Richmond T M Graves of Frankfort HILinderorsey Art Company t Mr CaybrOo k a Improving JIRhim at St Josephs Infirmary Two hundred job printers are on strike at Buffalo N Y Bruno H Goll a wealthy druggist shot and killed himself in a Chicago hotelt TEXAS visitI herIforipositions BornTo the wife of F I Purdom on September 29 a twelvepound boy Mrs Jacob Peterson is very ill at this writing Rev R L Purdom left Monday to conduct a series of meetings at Tatham Springs The people of this place wish him success Miss Effie Kimberlin our assistant teacher is on the sick list Rev W T Gordon who was called here on account of the death of his father has returned to Louisville The sixmonthsold child of W D Purdom died Saturday night of consumption The funeral services took place at Bethlehem the following day SISsSStSISISSISLStSiISSISiSiSSiSiS h y A LifeSize IHI Picturec Did you ever think about what a comfort it Is to have a lifesize picture of your friends and relatives in your home those friends and dear ones who are far away f WE MAKE PICTURES LOOK LIKE THE LIVING IMAIE Thats the reason our work is being appreciated in every State in the Union thats the reason our business has doubled during the past year Messrs TC Tussey Alva Tussey T M Graves Roht Clark L B Johnson G H Linder and T C Rowland representing tba Tussey Art Co of Richmond Ky are in Springfield and one of daysSaveREFERENCE Ask those people in Springfield mad vi cinity for whom we have ne TUSSEYARTCOr r TTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 F TROUBLE Down In Georgia6110 Quarrels Jn 14 o Years NOW ASKING FOR A DIVORCE SOMETIMES THEY QUARRELLED BECAUSE HE WOULDNT QUARREL Atlanta GaIn the vicinity of Augusta lives a farmer by the name of John Madgett who has appealed to the courts of Georgia to release him from the galling bonds of matrimony on the ground of incompatibility of temper During the 14 years of their conjugal relations Mr Madgett makes affidavit that he and his wife have quarreled C410 times Mr Madgett is thus statistically precise because from the very 4y the preacher tied the knot he kept a domestic diary with a possible view to Inture divorce contingencies Having thus acted as the historian of the littleI domestic infelicities that are sometimes ripple even the placid surface of true loveMr Madgett is enabled to furnish his lawyer with a tabulated classification of the source and nature of these divers and sundry conjugal spats It seems from Mr Madge tts rec essIednessyear to strike a yearly average otlLhe Imposing aggregate which gives an av erage of a quarrel a day and some to spare iIt appears from the concrete record that the most prolific source of strife 4n the Madgett household has been late meals 1589 scraps are duly entered on this common score of domestic unpleasantness Next on the sJ list is Because she asked for m 4v 2441 Because he was chided foflratkbg mud on the kitchen floor caused 821 scenes in the kitchen Because he snored added 136 to the list 145 times they said hard things teach other because she ripped seams with his razor and 163 times he demonstrated his displeasure because she did not make dumplings with the chicken stew Her cold feet o nights caused him to raise the roof 123 trines and 54 times they exchanged heated words and sticks of stovewood because she sold the eggs and butter and bought calico dress patterns with the proceeds Fortythree times there was trouble because she laughed gleefully when he stubbed his toe on theirocking chair in the dark and 41 times because he neg lected to cut his nails Finger or toe not stated Because he broke plates brought on 136 disputes Because his boot hurt him caused 17 because he wouldnt quarrel 13 and because the clock rUn downll Six times they quarreled because be wouldnt go to church and four times each because she threw his pipe into the stove and be cause she wore red ribbons on her hat They had three quarrels because me pump froze three because the house smelled of onions and three because she made coffeje without an egg In It Twice they quarrelled because it ra ned and twice because she saw the moo over her left shoulder hare were also single or singular quarrels quarrels over a specific sub ject and which not admitting of classi fication show up only in the scattering column Some of the subjects over which they quarreled once are these Because the black hens leg was broken because the cow choked on a rawturnip because the canary bird died because Bryan was not elected president be- CAuse he was not a Baptist because the house smelled of cabbage because the horse ran away because Germany wouldnt give up AlsaceLorralne because a dog howled because God made Eve out ot one of Adams ribs because alligators lay eggs because Solomon had 1000 wives and no end of concubines because pineapples do not grow InCanada because he fell In the creek because he shot the pig because she sat down on his hat and because they had childrenWe instantly that although this reason appears In the singular col umn it is really the subtle psychic source of all these unfortunate quarrels A couple of such highly nervous temper ament should have had at least a dozen children and some of them twins to in sure a safe and sane conjugal equilibri um True it might have been hard on the children In reality however the whole cause of the alleged incompatibility lies right here As all consistent antirace suicid ers know it Isthe olio branches that keep bubble and wifie too busy to In dulge in petty morbid bickerings and olckerings and hair pullings Some Seasonable Advice It may be a piece of surperfluous advice to urge people at season of the year to lay in a of Chamber lain s Cough Remedy It is almost sure to be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory re sults are obtained when taken as soon as a cold is contracted and before it has become settled in the system which can only be done by keeping the remedy widelyknownone should hesitate about buying it in reference to any other It is for sale by C J Haydon druggist IThe Reason Quigg The plan for Improving the roads and sidewalks was voted on vtt- the meeting last night and Stokes was the onJjr one who ojjjosol Jt Root =UinJ Stokes i in the boot and LiferHow to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as drawingblood vigorouslyfor daystolametHaydondruggist Safeblowers recked the vault of a private bank at Eldorado IlJundo escaped with between 8000 and 10000 FOR RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS A SURE CURE 1VOUNDSOLDSOaESCOKNSUNIONS fEETIUDSAN ANTISEPTIC that tops Irritation subdues Inflammation and drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True Texas writes My wife had been suffering fire years with paralysis im her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure I have also used it for old sores and skin emptions It does the work REST LHWMENT on EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS UBEB REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS U s A SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY CJ HAYDON SprlntReW t MONSTER Frightens People In Sea side Town SAW A SEASERPENT SEVENTY FEET LONG Several Witnesses Testify to Appearance of the Monster Off Mae sachusetts Coast- rNantasket Mass Henry Edwin Hatch an unassuming fisherman of Gun Rock who bears an unquestioned reputation for integrity says he is ready to make affidavit lofore any justice of the peace that while ua boat with his wife about one mile off Simons Farm beach on the morning of Monday July 10 he saw a sea monster about 70 feet long with about 40 black humps or curves about the size of a mans body along its back and a head which It occasionally raised above the surface of the water as large as a nail keg The monster which resembled a ser pent in its sinuous movements with great rapidity passed within 100 feet of the boat furiously lashing the sea and THE MONSTER LASHED THE SEA FUR OUSLY leaving a wide1 wake in its course When Hatch and his wife noticed the thing only four or five humps were vis ible as it sped in the direction of Black rock which lies off the coast where Hull and Cohasset join Then It turned back passing the boat at a greater distance seaward where it finally disappeared Hearing that the statements of Mr corrobIon Center Hill a correspondent called on them They were at first disinclined to talk but finally Mr Page said with a smile that neither he nor his wife could say they had seen a sea serpent but on the raorningin question with his wife they had seen through a telq scope a slight ripple on the sea which they took for a school of fish whHolie hind it there was considerable comma tion tsU some large creature was in pursuit But no matter how others may take AmJvillage who will doubtless place altso yearsaboiand his description of the monster that now seems to have inhabited tltrw waters for a long time is practically the same Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the viru lent poisons of undigested food C G KingsNewwrites that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their atIflee Oil Fen Lousy fovls ire neeeswtirlly weaker than fowls that are free from lice and strength and vitality are quite hn portant factors while the fowls are pro ducing tiielr now suit of Clothes says ll San lo in Reliable Poultry Journal The red inltoa or lire do not stay on the fowls during the tlaytinie but hide in cracks during the day Hullying forth after night to week their prey Tile perches should be so constructed that they do not touch the walls of the house at any place When the roosts are constructed in this way the inlted will have little opportunity to hide being unable to got off the perches Then if a small whisk broom liT taken nut the perches painted with kerosene oil w llhK Instantly fatal to them very little dllllculty should be us perl eucexl with these pests Snrelienii In Fowl The ctffJse of the disease known as sorehead In fowls is n debatable ques imtJIburn all that are badly affected Treat the others the sick and the wellwith epsom salts In the drinking wrier till all signs of the disease are JorieA tablespoonful of salts to n quart of water Is about right A Judicious Inquiry A wellknown traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cpugh medicine whether it was wan for a child or for an adult and if for a child they al most invariably recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy The reason for this is that they know there is no danger from it and that it always cures glvmgitHaydonSubscribe 1oF Tie SunTii 100 year i WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYIt when you want to have ajob of work pone 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 ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he 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 mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may come back again but send it to one of the big mail order houses and it will buy a cent cigars for some millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington honest and honor able men When you want to make a purchase look over this list andlelect your store You- will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAG AN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroyD- enIer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad flertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served t Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles preSCriPtion ASpecialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles lfardinWeakley Tinnersand Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Trains Louisville Trains Bardstown Bardstown ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Et- cCWNOE Blacksmithing and Repairing the most reasonable prices W Hagan Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer W Leachman Dealer In Furniture Carpets Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke iMdntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots Shoes iMcElroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks EtcL BOYSjrF r Here the vny to get OllcAGOOD ONE Gl out among your neighborsand friends and get 4 FOUR 4 Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch r The timepiece is an excellent one guaranteed to keep correct time is an open face stemwind stemslut nickel case just as cut in advertisement represents These watches are being carried by business men allover the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and Every boy in every community in Washington County can get one It lie will only devote a few hOU s to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other Stats anil tell them tosend you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that want the watch Bring The Sun four cash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN T L andN Railroad Time Table Incoming Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bar st wn Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Outgoing Leaves Springfield Leaves 1 Leaves Junctn Arrives at Louisvillerr at C Etc E Musical and Stoves Etc is It the this you Suny only No 91 825 p m 735 650I 600II Daily No 42 525 a m 617II 703II755 Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930II 7 30II onlyNo 715 a m 800 845 II 935II Daily No 41 705 p m 552 502 410 Daily No 44 120 p m 220II410 p m 545 p m I THE SUN 1 PER YEAR DrW F Trusty e Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCK l atreasonabIepricesAnwork Office over Haydon 8 Barber DrIiJ M1urton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly Firsf KyOffice B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENT iiCKklt Life Fire and Accident eJfableandworld Your insurance solicited i SEE RAai Nalleys THE UPTODAT BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy BuiIding Dr J H LAMPTON f OFFICE In Opera House Springfield Kentucky rDR J C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE c3 HAYDOXs STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2p x Dr J H lopperSPR- LNGFILD KY Office in Hagan Block Up stairs r Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS rp i NURSE TELEPHONES gay19 m Ng t3J09 LT SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW r v Springfield Ky Washingtonandand Federal Darts C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and Federal courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington AppealW E SELEC tAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will ralJtioo in the courts ot Washington and adjoining counties and in court ofAppeals Hi E WALTER ATTYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice adjoining S hI CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky fyWillable Phone 84 QQQQQQQQQQQ a HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakes aid Embtlmirs Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full une of Birial Robes and Caskets 3 Weare Fully Equipped k It TOriMshow i i oosl Itil gtgia31ti13sl3artaQ oe 4 4 t tS THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 41905 iff H ift ift ift H Z Z ttiZtiZi iiit J LAYING IN COAL ov + Thats the occupation of the thrifty man He knows that now is his of getting it cheaper than he will again for a year He tknows also that the coal barons will charge him ten cents a ton more i1every month from now on A NEST EGG tconsiderable size can be saved by buying right now and buying me We dont offer you price enducements for we cant But 1Of the same clean coal properly screened and of full weight are in you will hardly deem unimportant o+ PRODUCEW Hm Jones + T l t tLAUGHy LaughsWith + Xeepig ms Bargain Your new fellers all right salt Tommy Twaddles to his big sister at the breakfast table Im glad you think to said Phyllis with a blush and a glance at her ma You bet he is continued Tommy Hes a real sport Wy he gimme quarter not to tell what I saw in aI t parlor last nightan you bet I tell neither Cleveland Leader The Only Tools He Wanted Why dont you go to work said a charitable lady to a tramp before whom she had placed a nicelycooked meaL I would replied the vagrant if I had the tools What sort of tools do you want asked the hostess A knife and fork said the tramp Tit Bit 4 A Proper Motto Jn God we trustC Us printed fair Upon each Stiver dollar now With grafters lurking everywhere Tis all an nest coin can do Washington Star A NATURAL QUESTION Mrsi DicksOnThe Henderson girls go to church every Sunday now Mr JacksonI wonder where they got their new clothesWashington- Star After a long run the First National yak of Orrville Ohio closed its doors A HEART WORTH HAVING It win Serve mm Ornament or n Favor or a Prize To make this useful little heart which Is part needlebook part pin cushion and part manicure set cut four heart shaped pieces of cardboard exactly the same size Two of these are left intact and the other two are cut in two lengthwise from the apex that is to the central point between the two lobes Cover the two hearts and the four half bearts neatly Inside and out over aJ1dlng along the edges Across one of the whole hearts sew a straight band of ribbon from side to side oVerhandlng It on the two edges THE HEART OPEN AKD SHUT tolsors and orange stick Cut out and sew to the inside of the other whple heart a smaller heart of white flannel Inside of which sew a still smaller heart of white flannel In these pieces pins needles safety pins etc may be placedAcross each section of the half hearts on the inside sew a band of ribbon from the lobes to the center of the heart so that the ribbon meets In a peak when the two pieces of the heart are put together Catch the ribbon down so that cards of darning cotton black and white thread and a powder paper book may be stuck in the piece securely Overhand the two sections of the cut hearts together so that they will fold 1theThe two cut hearts will then fold In ward on each other so that they come together in the center when you wish to close the book The two whole hearts fold together over these and the whole 3S together with the rIb- bon attached to the whole hearts A Daredevil Ride IAA often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salver A deep wound in my loot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Buck ens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store T THE ROSS FEED CUTT R All Sizes All Kinds This is the best cutter on the marketdecidedly the bestsafe durable and rapid Now that this is the season for such mac1Thery I want the people to examine this cutter before buying elsewhere EVERY MACHINE IS GUARANTEED DO YOU WANT A BUGGY DO YOU WANT A GOOD ONE at a low price I am prepared to furnish it to you one that will give you satisfaction J B ROBERTSON Springfield Ky aI n t tt + Aunt Marie From Danbury BY EVERETT HOLBROOK COPYRIGHT 1905 BY CHAS B ETHERINGTON THEY BIT UP TILL 1 OCLOCK AND TALK X ii letter written to me In the I early part of run uarYCoustn Emily first mentioned her bus builds aunt who was coming from D ubnry Conn to visit thein um1jtstbcthat she is very nervous and timid that she doesnt cure to go out to meet people und that shtvlms a positive hor ror of men I dont know what I shall do with diet And again a few days later Aunt Maria will arrive about mid night Thursday all alone In a cab the depot Bert cant meet her fromII wont let me go at such an dont quite understandwhy she come on an earlier train No more could I until the postscript of the letter had conveyed the follow ing hint- I looked up the trains from Dan bury and found that there was one which would bring Aunt Maria to us In time for dinner I suggested to Bert that he telegraph about It and then learned that its Danbury VL where Aunt Maria lives and not Danbury Conn I suppose shell be in hysterics when she gets here after riding across the city in the night Im going to be very good to her It seemed strange that Emilys hus band should not meet this timorousI maiden aunt and escort hoine Although there was a pressure of work in the office of the gigantic cor poration which employed him so that he had been detained till past midnight a dozen times slnce the first of the year so Emily had informed meI should have thought he might escape from toll upon an excuse so excellent- I wasted considerable time In medi tating upon this matter endeavoring to estimate the probability that the neg 4eg of Aunt Maria today implied the neglect of Emily next year The marriage had been a love match If ever there was one too hasty with a previ ous acquaintance perilously brief yet not without high purposes of lasting loyalty and though Bert was u doubt edly committed to the creed of gain the modern money hunter is not so bad a husband as his prototype of a gener ation ago when pinching self denial was still an acceptable offering to Mammon tpon the whole I was In clined to Lope for the best and to be lieve that Bert had valid excuses in the case of Aunt Maria My next letter from Emily seemed to support this view but It raised other questions even more heavily weighted with perplexity I never was more surprised In my life than when I first saw Aunt Maria she wrote She Is not the least like my mental pioturo or h had fan tie her thin and old and quaint In dress and manner Why sites not more than thirty and quite goon look- Ing Her clothes are very simple but theyre nice enough for anybody and Ill wager they were all made In New YorlcAnd oh it is so strange that she should be so timid and afraid of men 1 have never seen a human countenance of man or woman so calm and steady and bold as hers Bold isnt quite the word It has a false signIfi- cance when applied to a woman And yet In its better meaning it applies ad mirably to Aunt Maria This woman with her level brows hen steel gray eyes her resolute predatory nose her straight firm mouth and strong chin should be the heroine of some amazonian romance Well might she be such a heroine for with all her strength she is as feminine as I am You might have fancied that I was describing a man In womans clothes but not at all stay excellent cousin She Is not with out the chilrm of sex A man might love Aunt Marla and die for her or with her In some great adventure But Its quite true what Bert said of her tliat she was tormented by Just such fanciful terrors as the comic pa pers attribute to old maids She sits In her room with the door locked In the daytime and when I knock she makes me speak before she will admit me and strangers so embarrass her that I can hardly persuade her to meet any of my acquaintances who call Im afraid she will find It very dull herek Except for Berts mother who came on for the wedding Aunt Maria was tt SUE DROPPED IT UPON A PAKnCCI AJUiY HOT FIRE the only member of his family that Emily had ever met and she was nat urally anxious to make a good impres sion I understood this perfectly and therefore sympathized with the regret which she expressed In her next letter Aunt Maria doesnt like me nlilt 1 cant win her over I can see very clearly that she regards me as a nonentity and wonders why on earth Bert ever married me She seems to be a woman of considerable means She has money in stocks bond and things and can talk with Bert about subjects sItIupthink Bert Is glad to have me take myself off because I am such a dummy when It comes to business Inter ests and that sort of stuff What do I care about the control of the X Y Z railroad or the decision of the supreme court In the case of the Forty Thieves company Bert will attend toa11 hose stupid things for me so far as they affect our Interests and I will try to make a cheerful home where he and I may grow rich In sweet memories and in such capital as a human soul may need in the business of being bet ter all the time However you mustnt think that 1 am angry with Aunt Maria or in the least bit jea ous of her for the Influence she exerts over my husband I like her more than jJert does If Im any Judge of the matt r He Is polite and atten tire to hey but she makes him so nerv ous sometimes that he iiearlv has a fit 1 heard him walking the floor for two flours In his room the other night after he had hau one of his long talks with her I kep going to sleep and waking up again tad Bert would be always tramping up and down Finally I calls ed to him and asked him what time it was and hp uttered a hollow groan and said it wad a quarter of 4 What with Aunt Mu las conversation and the dreadful work In the office Bert Is growing thin and there are dark cir cles under his eyes This morning be was looking particularly bad and I asked him impulsively how long Aunt Maria expected to stay He suddenly clapped a hand to his forehead anti cried out The Lord only knows 1 think perhaps I ought to speak to her about it if I could summon up the cour age but oh I am a poor worm of the dust In the presence of Aunt Maria I always feel as if she were saying to herself when she looks at me What earthly use Is this tow headed creature anyhow Is Albert Stevens a child that he should have a doll And yet there Is something steadfast about this woman She would be loyal to the death Im sure and I love loyalty Sol would like to be friends with Aunt Maria but she wont have It She has no use for me except that I shall keep our maid on duty in the front hall so that no strange men can get In Really she Is a perfect crank about men Im sure she searches her room thoroughly before she goes to bed and plies furni ture against the door to assist the lock And if she should find an Intruder there some lay heaven help him Though he were stained with all the crfines 1 think his punishment would go beyond the bounds of Justice A hatpin in the hands of Aunt Maria would be a dread ful weapon for she Is the Incarnation of cold precision and every hrUstBhe- gave would touch a vital sp ot Speaking of men I had one here y sterday to fix the kitchen range and Bart told me that night that Id better nctbave any more workmen come while Aunt Maria Is with us So I suppose she must have come upon this man suddenly and have got a scare though I didnt know about It Emily Is such an Inexperienced child and had fallen so far Into the wake of the world before that visit to the city whIch sealed her fate that I could readily understand her simple view of Aunt eye however the lady appeared to be something more than a mere eccentric character and to stand very much In need of a rational explanation This need became even more pressing after I had made a call upon a friend of mine who halls from Danbury Vt and goes there frequent ly to visit his aged parents According to this gentlemans report no such per son as Miss Maria Stevens had lived In Danbury within the cast twenty years I I was endeavoring to formulate a course of action suitable to a actuation so delicate when I received from Cousin Emily a letter containing an account of a very sensational occurrence In her home as follows Well we have had a great time here Ill just tell you what happened and then youll understand better than- I do probably In the first place there was the big storm a tropical deluge of rain beginning in the middle of a winters night I thought that our house would be swept away or melted like sugar and in the morning I was by no means surprised to learn that the roof had leaked and that the water had run down through the celling of Aunt Manias room She slept so soundly that she knew nothing about It till morning The garret was a wreck for the wa ter had played peculiar pranks around one of the chimneys and had washed out a great lot of soot A river black as the Styx flowed across the floor and emptied Itself In a series of graceful waterfalls down the garret stairs Bert had to go straight to the office and 1 was left alone toface the situa tion I sent the cook Into the garret with a mop and dispatched the maid to fetch a carpenter who had done consid erable work for us and was such a Jovial harmless fellow that he hardly seemed to fall under the ban ed because of Aunt Marias peculiarities Indeed I described him to her and she made no objection to his c ming What does the fellow do but bring an assistant a rat faced creature cal mated to excite suspicion even In BO trustful a heart as mine Aunt Maria was In the hall upstairs when the men came and so soon as her eyes fell upon Mr Ratty she fled And heres the amazing part of it The man ran after her He chased her through her room and Berts and mine and out Into the hall again She tried to get down the stairs but the carpenter and I were In the way so she could only flee aloft Up the garret stairs she flew with sur prising agility and Mr Ratty still pur sued her I could do nothing but scream In a stifled voice while the stupid carpenter stood petrified At the head of the garret stairs was the cook with her mop It was soaked with sooty water Aunt Maria seized It and as Mr Ratty came bounding up the stairs she thrust It hard Into his face He fell backward to the bottom and I thought he must be dead but he struggled to his feet and then sank slowly down to the floor again and lay stillI ran to his assistance half trlg t ened out of my wits and my state accounts for my action that has won me so much unmerited praise The poor fellow had a big envelope clasped In his hand but the document which it had contained had fallen upon the floor It looked as If It might be a life Insur ance policy TEEal was my Insane notion about it and thinking that he stood much In need of such a paper at that moment I carefully thrust It Into the bosom of my dress Then I called to the carpenter who got his wits at last and helped me carry the man Into Berts room We laid him on a couch and presently Aunt Maria looked In at the door and said Is he dead l hope fully upon my word He Is uncon scious said I And at that Aunt Maria came cautiously In and tried to get through to her own room Instantly Mr Ratty who had been shamming sprang from the couch and leaped toward Aunt Maria who was neatly trapped in a corner of the room Take this he cried and called out some name He thrust the big envelope toward her and at that moment first perceived that It was empty I never had seen such a dreadful expression of disappointment on any creature The fact that he looked like one of the lower animals made it the more pathetic He put a hand to one of his pockets and then rushed out of the room rightly guessing that he hud dropped the paper at the foot of the garret stairs Aunt Maria immediately locked the doors and when she turned to me I was holding the paper In my hand Oh how wonderfully her eyes lighted upt She took the paper from me and dropped It upon a particularly hot fire In the grate It flamed up and was burned Aunt Marla distributed the black residue with a poker Then she turned to met Forgive me Mrs Stevens airrsaid I have done you a great Injus flee Youll be of use to Mr Stevelis yet He knew what he was doing wb B he picked you out Well of course I was wholly mysti fled at the time but the matter hM since been explained to me Of course the woman wasnt Aunt Maria at altThere Isnt any Aunt Marin Our guest was the private secretary of Schayler Bodley the great financier who Is the brains of our whole outfit as Bert says There Is a lawsuit for millions I dont understand all the facts or know who Is In the right but It appears that Mr Bodley made a terrible lot of money by selling some stocks which were not worth anything And theres another man who had the privilege of selling some but he didnt do it quickly enough So he naturally wanfa Mr Bodley o divide with him but XIBodley wont do it Is that clear Anyhow the second man wanted te serve a paper on the private secretary who knows all Mr Bodleys secrets And no wonder she takes a serious view of life The paper would hate compelled her to go to court to testify So she had to hide and Bert brought her here Thedanger Is over now a1III she has gone to work again and live at home But Mr Bodley Is Terr grateful to Bert and has promoted him and I have received from a stoCk- broker whom I never heard of before acertified check for 10000 with a let ter saying that It Is the profit on my purchase of something or other that Inever dreamed of buying Bert says Imay honestly keep the money because we all ran a chance of going to Jail la this affair and thats why he didnt ten me In the first place who the womax really was He wanted to keep me owe of trouble If he could That was very sweet of him but its all so strange Idont think I shall ever come to understand anything about business Distressing Accident Lebanon Enerprise Charley Alvey the tenyearold son of Mr Tom Alvey while playing at the barn of Mr Char ley Cissell at St Marys last Friday got the fingers of his left hand so badly crushed m the cogs of an overhead power which was being used to operate a cutting box that it was necessary to amputate the little fellows hand The operation was in every way successful- and he is now getting along splendidly Heart WeaknessDr Miles Heart Cure has made many hearts well after they have been pronounced hopeless It has completely cured thousands and will al most invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease Short breath pain around heart palpitation fluttering dizzy fainting and smothering spells should not be neglected Take Dr Miles Heart Cure and see how quick you will be relieved- It cannot make a new heart but will restore a sick one by strengthening the heart nerves and muscles relieving the unnatural strain and restoring its vitality I had a very bad case of heart trouble For six months I could not work Last July I was plowing cora and feeling bad all day In the after noon In plowing one row I had to lay down or fall own three times My heart throbbed as though It would burst through and I had difficulty In getting my breath I purchased a bottle of Dr Miles Heart Cure and before I had used half of could lay down and sleep all night Previously I had to get up from five to ten times a night I have taken several bottles and my heart Is as regular as clock work I feel like a new man and can work considerable for an old man 844 years old 1L D McGILL Frost Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Iud I ONE MORE CHANCE i- TOi 1Blli LOTS ON VIRGINIA AYES iV i Auction Sale on Saturday Octobers 7 t tOn the above date I will offer for sale at public auction five lots on Virginia Avenue This street is already l 1graded and is novv being macadamized Water pipes are to be extended and the residences will be supplied I Iwith water For information see E A COX ti k r 4V THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 4 1905 i 1 1LShoes Made To Order I I have secured the services of an experienced shoemaker and am now prepared to make shoes to order Nothing but stylish and durable work will be turned t out 11 IAPAIR THAT WEAR IWELL fffl GOOD I I L I RepairingIhave secured the of Mr Ed Lawrence who will found at all times in my general repair Is your sewing I machine out of fix Is your shotgun out of fix Do your chairs need Anything you want repairedbring it to me opera house Prices Geo B Taylor f PRATHERS CREEK r We were pleased to see so many correspondents inThe Sun last week Now that the busy part of the season has about closed let us show a disposition to help make The Sun shine brighter and at the same time swell the kind and indulgent editors subscription list As we now have a light moon many Chamberlains COLIC CHOLERA AND DiarrheaRemedy Afew doses of thisremedy will invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea epidemicsIUCC r It dare always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colic and chol era morbus forIinfantnm in children and is the means saving thelives of many children each year When reduce with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every min of ja family should bomet LET ME MAKE YOU A PAIR OF SHOES TO FIT YOUR FEET I WILL AND I services be shop recaning Opposite reasonable farmers will proceed to sow wheat The opinion prevails among the tobacco raisers of this section that the crop will be of a finer quality than that of last year W T a mule to Mr Brown for 70 Prentice Mays sold a harness mare in Springfield last court day for SQ Mrs Mattie Cranbof Enido visited her parents Mr and Mrs W T Kim berlin one day last week Mr Wes Kimberlin was in Harrods burg last Monday on business- A number of people from this place attended the dedication at Mackville last Sunday Mr and Mrs W H Holterman were the guests of 3L and Mrs Sam Tay lor Sunday Notice 1All parties knowing themselves in debted to Sidney Green deceased either note or account will please call and tbY Je same at once All parties Saving against said Idney Green will present them properly proven to us Ion dr before the 1st day of November Admrs of Sidney Green deceased After a long run the First National Bak of Orrville Ohio closed its doors A Daily Paper Well not exactly Free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer F F R E TheSpring Sun and Chi cago NationalDaily Review Kimberlinfold ANDI Free field SI 501 A YEAR This offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how 10ng1 we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bargain so come early Pay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of it The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is a phenomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper printed in large type on good quality of paper Started in January 1905 it alread has thousands of subscribers and it intends to add thousands more i i the next few weeks by means of an arrangement with The Sun and ther newspapers such as we have outlined above The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEWis published very week day in the year and contains all the news thats worth refine ber ing It has a complete market report excellent reading matter for the family condensed and readable reports of the worlds news and every day gives its readers a magazine article by one of the high class special = writers on its staff Rememberjhat the regular price of the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVTEwnTOhe Dollar per year For a limited time only all new subscribers to The Sun who pay a year in advance and all oldsub scribers who pArrearages and a year in advance can get the REVIEW for only 50 cents additional r Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Paily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered Address fHE SUN Springfield Kentucky READ THIS Trenton Ky Jan 24 1902Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 for one bottle of your Texas Wonder used one bottle for kidney and blad er trouble I want this bottle for my wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world II was passing pure blood and one bottle curedme sound and well You can use my testi monial and photograph if you wish Yours truly R A WJLLIAMS Real Estate Agent A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Disqovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes cures diabetes seminal missions weak and lame backs rheumatism kidneysandregulates bladder trouble in children If not sold your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of l One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists The Faded Carpet After sweeping the carpet rub It over with a cloth wrung out In vine gar and water and If possible do not let it be walked upon until it Is dry The quantity if vinegar Is a teacupful to a pail of warm water and this treatment often has a wonderfully good effect In reviving the faded color of an old carpet lUllk In an Omelet In making an omelet instead of put ting the usual bit of butter Into the pan try a couple of spoonfuls of milk just enough to make a thin lllm over the bottom of the pan and follow with the eggs Cook slowly Eggs should not be cooked at a high temperature under any ercumstauees where they are served alone CANT EAT Whjmyournerves are l jappetite thoughI paringthehastilyeatenI thoughdelicatethey resent illtreatment Dr CaldwelTsLaxative Sriip Pepsin Is the greatest remedy in the world for correcting and curing all forms of stom ach and digestive trouble vigortoand perfect working condition Dontt wait until you are in the grip ofI these torturing complaints butgeta dol lar or halfdollar size of DR CALD yourdruggistsYour money will be refunded if it does not benefit you Your postal card request will brinsr by return mall our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those who have never tried this wondcifol Oemedy Do it no- wPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montleello Illinois For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore preservIthe bark while the legs are rigid and touch the toes with the fingers This Is done while standing A practical substitute for the wastepaper basket In high jimllnlero which has the tiddltiqnnl recommendation of being washable Ink stains on any kind of cotton tab ric should be soaked In milk before tub nit has tlnie to dry Proclamation Te Mtther and Houskt pers I proclaim and guarantee to every mother that Paracamph First Aid to the householdirC no quickoSwellings Catarrh Hay Fever Sore Throat or Chest itching or hurtling skin anyfOtlnqualed wacaniph is best for the above goesdirectcirculation draws out the soreness and inflammation through the pores of the remedyParacamphyour home than vaseline witch hazel arnica salves or old fashioned liniments likewise it is far superior to these and situ ilar remedies Paracamph is endorsed aud by hundreds of physi quickhealinghome every day because it is the safest relieving and healing agent for all aches pains Do not hesitate to get Para camph at once It is the best remedy you can buy and the price is within the reach of all Soldonly in 25c 50c and 100 bottles by all good druggists or sent direct ManagerThe PUBLIC SALE Of Grain and Live Stock THURSDAY OCTOBER 12 Un the the above date beginning at 1 oclock we offer for sale at our farm onehalf mile east of Valley Hill on the Bloomfield pike the following One bay horse 8 years old One bay horse 10 years old One sorrel horse 3 years old One black harness horse 3 years old One black mare 5 years old in foal jackOne mare and colt 7 years old in foal by B B Leachmans horse One work mare 9 years old One sorrel mare 2 years old in foal jackTwo work mares 10 years old Two weanling mule coltstFour milch cows Six extra good 1OOOp undsteers Four yearling steers One yearling heifer Fifteen 800Hj butcher heifers goodbucks eighteenpigsTwoThree 150lb stock ho A lot of nice seed whew TERMS OF SALE All sums of 10 and under cash all over on a credit of nine months with interest from date of sale S DERRINGER S R ONEAL Public Sale r Of Land and Personal Property AS Excutor of the will of the late John F Gribbins I will offer for sale publicJohn F Gribbins about three miles from Springfield Ky on the dirt road leading from L T Spaldings at 10 oclock a m- Tuesday October 1 7 1905 propertyThe acres with good improvements and in a good state of cultivation This farm con tains some fine tobacco land Three cows and 1 calf 2 yearling heifers 25 hogs ihorse 25 sheep 1 buggy and harness 1 road wagon an plow gear and other farming implements 16 bushels of rye about 600 bushels of corn and household and kitchen furni tureIf the farm is not sold it will be rent ed for the year 1906 to the highest and best bidder Terns made known on day ofsale G W COCANOUGHER Executor of the will of J F Gribbins Tobacco farm For Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suth erlands mill Washington county con a4Iwell Fifteen acres of this land can be put in fobacco next year Farm also has tobacco barn and sticks sufficient and is well fenced Will be sold at sat isfactory price For further particu lars call on or address S H WEEKLY tf W T COMSTOCK Springfitld Market Bacon Hams 15c Side ISHc Beeswax 24g Per ponwL Butter 16e to iOo per pound i Chlokeiw Hens 8c Spring 12Kc Dried appUss 5c Per Pound Duckh 8e Per pound Corn Menl 75o to Melr Intshol EJJK lilc per dozen Fv nthcrs48e Pier pound pound i jprnln Whont h r corn Oftr Oats lIltleMGntm KVc t tLnrd 12ie Per iHrandrr1- Lime Hc to loo per barrel productaBrim Slooj hliHtuffi20por pounds Potatoes Country Onions 100 Snlt3145 and 3185 Per barn Turkeys falter pound Tallow le per pound VlncKwr tte to loc jwr gallo- nVoolBurry and crviwy HKc clear of fcreiuttt 20c tub washed Srtc Country Hotglnim Ifo to Gle64Oc a Twice Onion e- lSUSSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN C L Grundy Springfield R F D No1 has for sale a registered Short horn cow and calf H F Litsey R F Dt No4 has for sale four sows and pigs Springfieldwheat and two No1 good mares Clarkson Haydon have for sale 500 bushels of extra seed wheat for fall Mrs Sue Knott Route 4 has for sale CountyMethbercows and nine tons of baled hay Mr H S Route 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