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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t- T t 1f iU H JIP f gtf A jt s i t UU J lf 1 i x DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON BOUNTY t t VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I1195NYMIER 4t INOMI NA TIOJS Declined by Mr Neikirk and Mr Filiatreau The Time Too Short For a Thor ough Canvass of the County = 10 SURPRISE TO THE PEOPLE r j The cards of Mr Neikirk and Mr Filiatreau declining the Republican nomination for County Judge and Sheriff are printed below and are self explanatory The action of Messrs Neikirk and Filiatreau is not a surprise to the people as they had several times publicly expressed themselves as being doubtful whether or not they would ac cept Mr Neikirks Letfer of With drawal SPRINGFIELD KY Oct 9 1905 To the Chairman of the Republican County Committee of Washington County Kentucky DEAR SmOn the 30m of September a convention of the Republicans of this county duly called for the purpose of making nominations for county offices nomianted me as a candidate for the office of County Judge Iwas pres en in the convention and when my name was offered protested against being placed Before the convention feeling that it would be out of my power to make a canvass of the county owing to the fact that the next term of our circuit Court convenes before the election and my legal business would therefore occupy the greater part of my time The convention refused to listen to my protest and persisted in nominating me Naturally feeling conplimented by so marked a mani festation of the confidence of theRe publicans in my county and desirous of complying with their wishes if in my power I have taken the matter under consideration and have delayed thus long in responding to the call in the hope that I could so arrange my business affairs as to accept the nomination I find however that it is im possible for me to do so and feel that it is my duty to decline without fur opporItunitymit me to express through you my Appreciation of the honor conferred Upon me and pledge to the partynefc earnest and hearty support Very respectfully W F NEIKIRK Mr RKatreaus Letter of With drawal SPRINGFIELD KY Oct 9 1905 To the Chairman of the Republican County Committee of Washington County Kentucky- At a convention of the Republicans of Washington county Ky held in Springfield on the 30th day of Septem ber 1905 I received the nomination for the office of Sheriff of Washington county Ky The nomination was a suprise to ne as I had never in any way solicited it and had I been pres ent at the convention would have declined it I feel very grateful to the Republicans of my county for the high boner conferred upon me in selecting Tme as their candidate but feel that my business will not allow me to de- Vote the time necessary to make a can vass of the conuty and do justice to myself and the party Thanking my friends for their con fidence and for the compliment be towed on me and pledging the party my hearty support in the future as in the past T remain Very respectfully C R FILIATREAU Fonzys Home Coming Fonzy Brown a negro who was serving a sentence in jail here for shooting at and wounding and who skeedaddled tram Springfield rock pile in early spring like the cat came back and when Jailer Catlett returned from jebureh last night he found Fonzy on the front do step Verily the gray cqpnJMkioratove Mackville Church Dedicated Th ettesr Christian church of Mack ville was dedicated October 1 1905 The dedicatory sermon was delivered by Rev Buckner of Harrodsburgj and he touched every one present by his earn est appeal to the members and people to give of their means to an institution that is for the upbuilding of the town and community The church was 2500 in debt and he said that sum must be raised before he left the building and that he would not even eat until the debt was paid Then the donations came fast and the amount was soon raised Mrs AG Tumey headed the list with 250 Mr T M Tumey follow ing with 200 Mr Mat Wycoff 100 and others so that what seemed an im possible task was made easy when the people gave as the Lord has prospered them and by 230 oclock p m the debt was paid and the1 people went home rejoicing feeling that they could worship God in their own house that had been truly dedicated to the Lord We want to thank the Presbyterian brethren for their kindness for the use of their house of worship while pur building was under construction Their generosity should long be remembered by our people The church waS organized in 1826 and logs were hewn and a building ejected on Long Lick above a never failing spring which stood until 1860 when the meeting house was built at Mackville and dedicated in 1861 Inj 1904 the old building was torn down and a modern house was built There are but two members of the livingMaronwho is now eightynine years old Both have been earnest workers from the beginning until this day A very large number of people estimated at about 2500 was present to hear the dedicatory sermon Dinner was served on the ground and it was like the loaves and fishesthere was plenty left May the mdsomeobuild ever stand dedicated to the Lord and be a joy to those that are faithful to the end A MEMBER Death Sentence W R Fletcher was given the death sentence at Russellville for criminal assault on Mary Gladder The jury was composed of men from Simpson county who on returning hqme were met by women who pinned flowers on their coats and supplied them with lunches The trial of Guy Lyon for thesame offense awaits the completion of the jury Want Beckham to Take Part i Frankfort Ky Oct 7 Governor Beckham last night received a telegram from Thomwi W Lawson of Boston asking him toact with Governors of other States and other prominent Americans on a committee for policy holders of the Mutual New York Life and Equitable Insurance Companies to require restitution of funds of the pol icyholders which have been squandered The Goveraor left here early today for Bardstown without responding to the message Private Secretary Leigh wired Mr Lawson that the Governor would answer immediately upon his return here next week It is understood here tonight that the Governors reply will be a favorable one and that he is thoroughly in sympathy with the plan to require restitution and to better protect policyholders in the future For months Governor Beckham has been keeping in close touch through Insurance Commissioner Prewitt and by other means with the investigations being made in the east and his message to the General Assembly in January next will likely deal at some length with the question and with suggestions as to needed changes in the insurance laws of Kentucky If Governor Beckham does accept the invitation of Mr Lawson he may at the same time extend to the committee through Mr Lawson an invitation to initial meeting in Kentucky either here at the Capital or in the city of Louisville The committee will be made u of prominent officials and influential men from sections of the country and Kentucky is a convenient and a central point for the meeting Insemnia and Indigestion Cured Last I had a very severe at tackof indigestion I could not sleep at night and suffered most excruciating pains for three hours after each meal I was troubled this way for about three months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and re ceived immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamore Ontario Canada For sale by C J Haydon druggist r The Old Oaken Bucket There have been several versions of the origin of Thje Old Oaken BucKet but the most widely circulated and popularly be journeymanprinterinNew York near by on Franklin street was a saloon kept by a man named Mallory where Woodworth and several particular friends used to resort One afternoon the liquor was unusually excellent draughthesatMallorys cau de vie was superior to anything he had ever toted No said Mallory you are mistaken there was one thing which in both our estintions surpassed this in the way nf ink fThedraughtoaken bucket that hung in the wellafter our r turn ror the fieldon a hot day in summer A teardrop glistened in Wood quittedthelplaceand in half an hour The Old Oaken Bucket was ready in manu scri it to be embalmed in the memories of succeeding generations childhoodWhenJ wildwoodAndthe widespreading pond and the milt which stood by it bridge and the rock where the Cataract fell iThe cot of mx father the dai house nigh it wellhe i The mosscovered bucket which hung in the well That mosscovered vessel I hail as a treasure fieldIThe purest and sweetest that nature can yield How ardent I seized it with hands that were glowing And quick to the white pebbled bottom it fell J Tiien soon with the emblem of truth overflowing J wellThe f i The mosscovered bucket arose from the well U VAsitThought situationThe I As fancy reverts to my fathers plantation wellTheThe mosscovered bucket which hangs in the well DEATHS HARVEST Death of Mrs McK nnaI Mrs Martha McKenna one of Spring fieds oldest and most highly respected women died at her home here Monday afternoon at about 4 oclock Mrs McKenna was eighty years old the 20th of last May The greater part of her life was spent in Springfield where she was loved and honored by hun dreds of friends The deceased was a devout member of the Catholic church and for many years her life hid been consecrated to God She was kind and generous toward the suffering and needy Mrs McKenna was twice married her first husbands name being Stark After his death she was married to Arthur McKenna who died about twen ty years ago The deceased is survived by one sis ter Miss Bettie Craycroft who had made her home with Mrs McKenna for quite a number of years Funeral services were conducted this morning at 9 oclock by Rev Father Hennessy after which burial occurred in St Dominics cemetery Death of Mrs Goatley Mrs Rebecca Goatley an aged and respected woman of Valley Hill died at her home at that place yesterday and after funeral services at the Pres byterian church today the body was interred in Cemetery Hill Mrs Goat ly was an excellent Christian woman and leaves a number of relatives and friends tpmourn her death Death of a Little Child Eugene Hendrix Carter the twenty twomonthsqld child of Rev and Mrs J W Carter died at the home of its parents in Lexington Monday morn ing at 5 oclock of cholera infantum The child had been ill about ten days and its death came as a great shock to parents and friends The body was brought to the home of its grandpar ents Mr and Mrs JS Yankey near town and was buried yesterday after noon in the cemetery at Mackville The parents and grandparents have the sympathy of all in the loss of their lit tle one Death of Mrs Price Mrs Wm C Price died last night at 1030 oclock of infirmities due to age The deceased had she lived until Jan i seventyiband moved from Bardstown to this place a few months ago Mrs Price was the mother of MrC L Price of thiV place and of Mr J B Price of Daviess county Besides these two sons she leaves Jan aged and devoted husband to whQ the people extend sympathy Bun l will occur at Bards town tomorrow looming Ownership of a Calf +Harrodsburg Herald Mercer countys famous calf case has been settled Twp years ago Mr George Woods and Mrs Almedia Brown who live on adjoining farms near Talmage each owned a red calf The two animals ran together in the salt river bottom One day one of the calves disappeared and the other one went over to Mrs Browns place Mr Woods contended that it was his calf that had wandered over to his neighbors but the lady was just as persistent that it was her property Finally the matter got into Judge Roachs court and e a c h claimant brought up about twenty witnesses to prove that it was their calf but the jury was unable to determine whose calf it wasand hung tight Last week Mr Woods and Mrs Brown talked the matter over and decided to arbitrate and each signed and agreement to abide by the decision the loser to pay all cost So Messrs W J Hanna Robert Sea and Robert Clem mons three of the best and most substantial farmers in the county were chosen as arbitrators and after hear ing botH sides decided that the calf be longed to Mr Woods We are told that the calf is now worth about 15 and that the cost will probably foot up in the neighborhood of 150 Arbitra tion is the best way in the world to settle disputes and it is to be regretted that in this case it was not adopted at first The Iowa calf case was in court thirty years and the cost footed up 14000 and in Madison county this State a calf suit cost 1260 How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then pare it down as drawingblood vigorouslyforcorn plaster should be worn a few days to protect it from the shoe As a genera liniment for bruises lame neea and rheumatism Pain Balm is un HaydonQiuggist t 1 LewisManget FROM SUNDAYS COURIERJOURNAL Mr and Mrs John W Lewis of Springfield announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Mary Avritt Lewis to Mr Frederick Manget of this city The wedding will be very quietly sol emnized at the brides home in Spring field on Saturday October 28 Miss Lewis is almost as well known in Louis ille is she is at her own home as she has made frequent visits to her aunt and cousin Mrs Samuel Avntt and Mrs Brainard Lemon and to Miss Annie Hodgson Long She is a most charming young girl and will add an other name to the attractive young ma trons of Louisville Mr Manget has lived in Louisville about four years having come here from St Louis Married in Salt Lake City Mr Irvine Shuck and Miss Kate Har rell were married at the home of the brides parents in Salt Lake City Oc tober 5 Mr Shuck is well known in Springfield having spent last winter here at the home of his aunt Mrs C R McElroy The bride is a daughter of one of Salt Lake Citys wealthiest and most prominent men Dwelling Burned The dwelling house of Mr Lytle Kays near the college building together with all of its contents was destroyed by fire Sundaynight The fire originated from a defective flue Mrs Kays was not at home and in the evening Mr Kays lighted a fire in the kitchen for the purpose of preparing his supper When he retired at an early hour that evening there were no evidences of fire but about 11 oclock some of his neighbors discovered the building in flames and hastened to the house to awaken Mr Kays There was 800 insTujance Loss about 1500 Mr Kays r uests The Sun to thank his friends andneighbors for the kind nesses shown iim- Citizens l Ticket The following city ticket will in all probability be elected at the next No ber election Mayor Hon John W Lewis City Judge as R Noe Councilmen W C McChord W K Robertson C T Logston J C McEl roy C A Thompson and Conrad Hert kin The Race of The Swift Mr Edwin Carlile Litsey of Lebanon has just issued through the Little Brown Co publishers of New York liThe Race of the Swift The book is composed of animal stories some of which have appeared in the leading magazines of the United State The stories are appropriately illustrated by John Livingston Bull the celebrated artist At Point of Death s Mr Thos Scroghan is at the point of deathat his home near town He has been ill for about nine weeks of ty phoid fever Marion Circuit Court Falcon The grand jury is still in session and Wednesday returned the following thirtyone indictments Liquor to minor 7 breach of peace 5 con cealed deadly weapon 4 petit larceny 4 malicious cutting 2 showing with out a license 2 and one each for mali cious shooting and wounding assault and battery pointing deadly weapon at another malicious striking and wound ingchickenstealingtwriting and publish ing a forged paper and drawing pistol in passenger coach A novel question has arisen in court here over the large batch of indict ments that were returned some time ago against the Standard Oil Co The Court of Appeals decided that a fine in one case was a plea at bar against all other cases and now the question arises between the circuit clerk and the company as to whether the latter shall plead to each individual indictment and thus have itc regularly stricken from the docket and the clerk get his fees or whether the court shall order them stricken from the docket and thus deprive the clerk of his fees FRANK SEA VEN Dies From Injuries Re ceived Monday Morning Meets With Fatal Accident While l Engaged At Work At Marks Greens Planing Mill A MAN LIKED BY EYERYONEi JVIr Frank W Beaven died at m home in Springfield yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock as a result of injuries received while engaged at work at the planing mill of Marks Green last Monday morning Mr Beaver was operating a saw and in some manner a piece of plank which he was sawing was thrown forcibley against the pit of of his stomach At the time it was not thought that he was seriously in jured he having walked from the mill to his home immediately after the ac cident However soon after his ar rival home his condition became serious and physicians attending realized tha he was dangerously hurt His suffering was intense almost from the very hour he received the fatal lick un til the end came Mr Beaven was fiftyfour years old having been born in Washington county April 6 1851 He has resided in Springfield for a number of years hav ing moved from near Beechland to this place Mr Beaven was liked by all classes he was a big hearted man generous to a pretty degree always meeting his friends in a manner which made them feel that he was glad to be with them His death wntnotonrybVmooraed by his immediate family but there are hundreds of people in Springfield and in Washington county who will be sorely grieved when the news of his untimly demise is given to them The deceased leaves a wifeand two daughters The daughters are Mrs J C Mudd of Springfield and Mrs J W Janes residing between here and Beechland To these sorrowing ones The Sun and hundreds of friends ex tend sincerest condolence Funeral services will be conducted at St Domincs church at 9 oclock to morrow morning and the interment will OCCulrat St Rose Succeeds Ringo Sam T Spalding of Marion county was elected Democratic Executive Com congressID Ringo formerly of Ohio county who has held the place for many years The resignation of Ben D Ringo was tendered because of the fact that he had removed to Owensboro which is in the Second congressional district Good for Judge Bell Harrodsburg Democrat Judge Bells instructioes to the grand jury were brief but stringent In part he said You gentlemen are the instruments of the State and should exert every effort to apprehend the lawbreakers There are three things that need care ful survey first the vagrants second the sale of whisky on the Sabbath third the gaming law The revision of the vagrant laws by the last Legis lature has made it more forcible thaa ever before and the vagrants of tfeas community should be subjected to the condign punishment that the law prescribes You should also investigate the illicit sale of whisky on Sunday These men are licensed to sell whisky but not on the Sabbath About 80 per cent of the crime committed through out this country can be attributed di rectly or indirectly to whisky and such a business necessarily needs the vigilant eye of the law The gaming law is not enforced as rigidly as It should be The officers do not devote enough of their attention to this but seem to treat it as a secondary consideratioe and the grand jury should give it a thorough investigation Tom L Johnson has been nofMt d for a third term as mayor of Cia tat It is announced Joseph will retire from the interstate fmerce comnuaeloa ia January h 4 THE SPRINGFEIL SUN WEDESNDAY OCTOBER II 1905 = Shoes Made To Order 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 out II I A THAT WILL WEAR 1WELL AND GOOD MS Repairing befoundmachine out of fix Is yourshotgun out of fix Do your chairs meOppositeGeo B Taylor 1 Ii Death of a Good citizen samuellGreercomplication of diseases aged sixty nine years He had been in declining health for some time but was seriously ill only a few days Deceased was a prominent farmer of Nelson county a kindharted good citizen and a devout Christian He was never married and is survived by a sister Mrs John Mil ton of Baton Rouge La and one brother Mr R J Greer of Bloomfield The funeral services were con ducted by Rev A ORear of Flat Methodist church at the Tutdaytook place in the Bloomfield cemetery A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salve CIA deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele painPhysiciansArnica Salve quickly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25 cents at- C J Haydons drug store neOeneneneoeOeneneOe e e eQeQeQeQeQeQeQe eQeoeoeQeo Tempting r THE APPETITE Il is unnecessary to dwell upon the good qualities of ther Fresh Oyster That 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 licious countrySorghum0o Pickling Vinegar T Irvine McElroy e eDe e eeeee e oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeQ LET ME MAKE YOU A PAIR OP SHOES ifI TO fIT YOUR FEET PAIR FEEL pastor Fine Breeds Since Its introduction In America the Light Brahma has been a popular fowl Many breeds and varieties have come and gone but the old Light Brahma remains the love and pride of a host of fanciers and the mainstay of a large number of market poultry men writes Thomas F Rlgg in American Poultry Journal As an exhibition fowl the Light Brahma occupies a prominent place This large massive bird beautiful in Its color markings of pure white and black is very attractive in the show popularityisutility fowl It has been truly said that there is a time in the life of every fancier when be has a desire to breed the Light Brahma There is a pleas- Ing personality about the Light Brah ma stately and majestic and easy re an egg producer the breed holds an enviable record This fowl produces a majority of its eggs in the cold months when the product commands the highest market price Many tall In egg production with these fowls because of a lack of knowledge as to how to properly feed An overfed TDBuou COCK Brahma hen Is an Idler and is unproductive As soft roasters no other breed or variety can equal the Brahma nor are in such demand in the best markets of the country- It can be stated as a fact that the latter day Cochinlzlng of the Light Brahma by many breeders has Im paired the laying power of the breed where so bred Mr Felch and Mr Williams and a number of other friends of the breed have strongly opposed this action and have retained the Brahma in its true form This Cochin lzlng of the breed has too affected It as an exhibition bird The west will have none of the Cochlnized stock Standard weights of Light Brabmas Cock twelve pounds cockerel ten pounds hen nine and onehalf pounds pullet eight pounds I 11 eCGRIGSBY 1fj t THE fJ Ii L OPTICIAN t iWill be at the Walton Hotel in Spring eyesfitEyes Exammed FREE 1 7c r h I SEES DEFER+ For Republican Party In Kentucky Does the Louisville Herald The following paragraphs from an editorial in last Fridays Louisville edIItorsees nothing in the political skies but black clouds indications are multiplying that the rickety State Republican organization by proxy is falling to pieces The party is everywhere discouragedand demoralized It has the numbers and it has the leaders required for victory But the masses refuse to be led by smallminded gangsters and the men fit for leadership are deliberately ex eluded by the narrowness of pettifogging bosses from the front seats the places belonging of right to the really big men of the party The Republican party of Kentucky needs for victory a thoroughly Republican organization not a mere combination for the control and distribution of Federal offices among men loyal firstof all to the selfstyled Republican Jboss and a RepublicwTjs long as it pays to be so but not a mo ment longer The party organization should be in the hands of independent disinterested Republicans who do not CARDWELL Left From Last Week l Mr John Wheeler of Illinois is visiting relatives here Mr Walter Lambert and family of Atlanta Illv and Mr Robert Shilton and family jof Mount Zion have all moved back to old Kentucky Well the Grand Old Commonwealth is good enough for me Mr and Mrs E G Holliday spent Saturday and Sunday at Mr S 0 Mil tons near Harrodsburg- Mr arid Mrs J W Perkins of Jeri sonton visit mg hiThursdayi Mr Hollace Sommers was visiting in Spencer county last week On Thursday September 28 Mrs Mary Elizabeth Perkins was given a dinner by her children in honor of her sixtyfifth birthday at which were gathered besides her sons and daugh tersMessrs L E Perkins of Battle and E T Perkins of this place Mes dames M A Perkins of Battle Ada Tatum of Harrodsburg and Ora Gardner of this place with ten grandchil drena large number of other relatives and friends among whom were two brothers Messrs Reuben Foster of Greenwood Ind and W M Foster of this place Mr and Mrs J W Perkins and daughter of Jensonton Mr and Mrs Wayne Burns of Battle Mr and Mrs W G Sims and family Mr and Mrs William Littoral Mr R A Will hamW and family Mrs J R Ward and daughter Anna Rev K W Sommers and family Misses NannieVoteau Ber tha Lay and AJda Sims and Messrs N B Royalty Eiastus Moberly and David Foster fiftyseven in all After partaking of the excellent dinner which was prepared and served at Mrs Perkins old home in Cardwell now occu pied by her son Mr E T Perkins an other surprise to the good mother fol lowedthe presentation by the children of that emblem of perpetual love and honor a handsome ring After short devotional exercises conducted by Rev Sommers and a hearty handshake with the sincere wishes of all that Mrs Perkins might enjoy a long life of happi ness and usefulness and that Gods richest blessings might rest upon her and brighten her pathway the longto beremembered occasion ended most happilyMr Mrs Tom Voteau leave for Illinois this week Mr and Mrs J T Lay are on a twoweeks visit to their son Romie at Pierson7 A large crowd from this place attended court at Harrodsburg on Mon dayMiss Nancy Royalty of Kirkwood visited Miss Hester Newby Wednesday nightMr S H Gardner is busy looking fora farm Corn is selling at 150 per barrel at heapMarriedAt the home of Rev Som mers on Tuesday October 3 Missin nie Pinkston to Mr William E Wood of Decatur IllOn Wednesday Miss Hannah May Robinson was married to Mr H M Satterly of the Seaville neighborhood Stock Sales Causby Catlett to EG Holliday one heifer 765 pounds at 21 cents H J Brown toE G Holliday one cow 975 pounds at 2 cents N B Royalty toE G Holliday two heifers at 21 cents B Lawson to E G Holliday one heifer at 21 cents W L Graham to E G Holliday five cows at 21 cents J A Kyler to T H Pinkston twenty ewe lambs at 350 per head W S Hays to J A Kyler twenty make officegetting or franchBegrab bing the principal purposes of political life No other leadership can win The present State Republican organi zation is everywhere discredited The fall registrations show at nearly every point heavy Democratic gains and large Republican losses Throwing blame on thugs can not explain the falling off At Lexington where the Federal office holding element leads the party the falling off is enormous At Frankfort the Democrats regis terd 1263 against a Republican registration f 660 all others 69 At Paris the registration shows 764 Democrats and 493 Republicans with 23 Independ ents As Bourbon county outside of Paris gives a Democratic majority of about 300 the total Democratic ma jority in Bourbon this year will be 600 or moreThe for Republicanism in this State at the fall ejection is far from cheerful After election the party must take a complete inventory from subcallar to attic and rid itself forever of the waste and refuse now cum bering its abode one ewes at 460 per head Willie Hatchett to E G Holliday six heifers at 2f cents John Sussey to Perkins Brown a pony 20 John Farris to John Gabhart a mare 35RJ Young to N Farris a colt 25 W L Graham to B Lawson two mule colts 10250 Perkins Brown bought a three yearold horse for 100 E G Holliday sold a ba horse price not made public W L Graham received a car load of sheep this week Care of Molting Fowl More diseases are generally contract ed during the molting period than at any other time and by the use of good sound stimulating food pure water plenty of room and good clean quar ters only can we pull through it with safety writes A V Meersch inAmer lean Poultry Journal The heavy strain upon the constitution of fowls in cast Ing their feathers is mush greater than one would suppose and If the best of care is not adopted they become reduced in condition to such an extent that the liability to contract diseases is so alarming that they can scarcely escape It The worst thing that can be done is to icrowd too many in ono roosting place at night in badly ventilated and unclean quarters Make ev erything clean first and use disinfec tants The best disinfectant that has ever been tried is crude carbolic acid and coal oil about one pint of the acid to one gallon of kerosene Use this cleverly and do trot be stingy with it Thoroughly paint the roosts and the dropping boards or better still the entire Inside of the poultry bouse Paint the roosts once or twice a week through the molting season Allow no more fowls in one house than there are roosts to accommodate them comfort ably giving each fowl enough space so that It may sit without touching another Feed good sound grain and by no means the refuse of anything Do not confine them to one variety of food but different varieties corn wheat oats buckwheat any good sound grain relish and occasionally a little sun flower seed If procurable and a meat ration once per week Heart WeaknessDr Miles Heart Cure has made many hearts well after they have been pronounced hopeless It has completely cured thousands and will almost invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease Short breath pain around heart palpitation fluttering dizzy fainting andsmothering neglectedTake 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 restoringits hearttroublework Last July I was plowIng corn and feeling all daX In the after noon in plowing one row I had to lay Myheartburst through and I had difficulty In purchl18edabottlebefore I had used half of ItI could lay own and sleep all night Preyously 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 and can work considerable for an old man StY old H DMCGILL Frost Ohio Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is soirH y your druggist who will guarante th he first bottle will benefit If t falis he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind 1 L rgestStock Best Selections Lowest Prices We are showing the largest and best see SpringfieldAll Mop hairs in cream plain and changeable colors CLOTHING I ISeenI GoaraateeFir sTOCKIrAs f We Are Sole Agents For this Celebrated Stocking We have these stockings for Ladies Boys and Girls They need no supporters Best for wear healthcomfort and economy Try them the next you buy Dress Goods Storm Serge Cheviots Prunellas Yenitians Broad Cloth Sackings Tricots Coverts Granetes and Henriettas All of the above in black and colors 36 inch black and colored Taffesta silks to 150 36 inches black PaudeSoie Silks to 150 Fancy Plaid Silk Waistings and Plain and Plaid Mercerized Waistin Miscellaneous s Our assortment of Outings And Flannelettes is very complete iaclnag cbeice styles you will not find elsewhere in our town Underwear for men women and children inSeparate pieces I and Union Suits Our stock of Fancywears and Novelties is very complete Remember we have the exclusive sale of V L Douglas and Kneeland Fine Shoes for men KriDpendorfDittman Co for women and C E Shoes for boys and girls These makes guarantee comfort and wear and are moneysavers Your Winter Needs Blankets Comforts- We showing a great assortment of Blankets Com forts Lap Robes and Horse Blankets These foods were YOlitheWe most cordially invite you to visit us before buying Cunningham Duncan h w THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER II 1905 1 II 1 YOUR WINTER H LQII 4 Y Now is the time to give us your order You know we handle the best goods H McClure Wells H- s The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every 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 Eiwood Field Fencing The Hapn Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be said of other makes Qf gasolines Most of them budgingisand Wickedness McClure Wells Sprlngfield Ky m 2 OOOOOOGGCGCOOOCOCCGOCGCOGC 8Ot HAYDON THOMPSON rWMiiUf1M LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE g Springfield Ky g 11PBONice Outfits Q OOOOOOOGOGCOGOOOGGOGGGGOGO t Debt Paid Harrodsburg Herald It is a splen did tribute to the good people of the Christian church at Mackville that they built and paid for one of the most beautiful and perfectly appointed little church buildings to be foundanywhere Their dedication services last Sunday consisted in raising by most liberal giving the 2500 deficit in their building fund Mrs Aaron Tewtney led the subscription list but space would fail us to mention all who by noteworthy liberality made it possible to turn this edifice over to the uses of the Father free from debt Their pastor is Mr Walden and it is under his ministry that this great work has been achieved Dr M G Buckner was with them and had charge of the services on dedica tion day All who were there will add theirs to the abundant foregoing testi mony that the Mackville folks know how to feedfot only was there of urdancebutWAYIThe Only TackWhat do you do when in doubt about kissing a girl George Give her the benefit of the doubt Philadelphia Telegraph Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings heIand bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25 cents at- C J Haydons drug store guaranteed d Public SaleOf RESIDENCE Of J Sidney Green Decd Saturday October 28 1905 We will on the above date at 2 oclock p m offer for sale to the highest bidder the beautiful w 10room residence located on the south side of east Main street in the town of Springfield Ky This is one of the most desirable homes in Springfield being new and uptodate in every respect Mr Green had it built under his own supervision and using nothing but the very best material that money could buy This house has bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights allover the house a splendid cellar large front and back porches 6 large closets and china cab met stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new iron fence has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set i bluegrass and nicfe thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful locations near graded school and a place that is complete in every respect At the same we will offer for sale the lot adjoining this property fronting on Main street 60 feet and running back about 225 feet to the branch We will also sell a lot of household furniture Sale will take place at the house Terms made known day of sale For further information call on or address C A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs L= = 48 T Sidney Green deceased Woman and Fashion i A Charming Negligee- A charming negligee is here pictured In pink and white figured silk trimmed with pink satin ribbon Deep tucks are laid in front and pack at the shoulders thus grrlng extra fullness A broad MOBXIXO JACKET sailor collar finishes the neck which may be high or cut out In V shape The full sleeves are left open at the lower edge a bow of the ribbon giving a pretty finish Several materials are adapt able to the mode such as French llan nel cashmere china silk lawn and dimity The medium size will require three yards of thirtysix Inch material Winter Vnlntn There are two entire novelties In waists for winter wear The first Is In pique elaborately decorated in eyelet work and heavy embroidery The waists all button up the back and have sleeves puffed to the elbow and long close fitting cuffs ihe other waists for afternoon near are of silk ptau de chine preferably By an entirely new process exquisite flowers are ijalnted OleIteriajl may be washed If necWsary wlth ut losing one atom of the beauty of coloring Fashion HlntH Green and pruue will undoubtedly be the popular colors for autumn wear Materials will be lighter In weight than the stuffs usually worn in au tumn Light quality parties cloth broadcloth and new and heavier veil lags will figure conspicuously Tailor made costumes except those strictly for business USD tire to be trade with a demltrain There Is no hint of crinoline In any of thonew models sent from Parl and that ever recurring scare is laid for another season at least CumeoN April u In Vogue trDguengllnures In these may get them out and remountling strung together with link chains are worn with thin and sheer lingerie frocks Some bracelets too are shown and the old fashioned earrings makeup charmingly as buttons for ones favorite tailored blouse New Slclrtn I1hea tendency to tit more the hips and the many bulky gathers of last year bare gone with last seasons fashions There is still a groat deal of fulltiess around the bottom of the skirt but the Hues a- reReaflyBargaini 1 96 acres with 5room house good land near Mackville 230096 Mackvillei cOJntyIan acre acres cer county farm as good as any 100 land 60 an acreloo acres in two miles Harrodsburg on pike a bar gain at price 00 anacre171 acres county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre 216 acres Mercer county splendid pro piketresidence at Bondyille county only store fink Trading point 2500 And many ker properties Write me if you tQLuy or sell I W T EWING Real Estate Agjncy HarrodaburgvKy aaaLgQ Q O IQ Q IQSO JOll Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L J Best Attention Every courtsey shown G Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Subscribe for The Sun 100 year more artistic and more closely modeled to the figure A New Preach Model The smartest of the new imported models are very simply constructed while often appearing very elaborate Tailor stitching is seen here in a very fetching result The Individual charm of this blouse Is gained by the fanciful trimming straps which may he omitted If preferred These reach over the STTMSH WAIST shoulders to the belt front and back and rind their complement In the small straps of the sleeve The shoulder strapsresembltj suspenders and broad en at the shoulder in very becoming lines These may be finished with a narrow stitched fold of the material or with several rows of stitching The shirt whist has two tucks on the shoul der and more in the lower part of the sleeve The double box plait closing the front Is stitched and pressed Any of the popular washing stuffs may be- usedto develop this design while mo hair serge silk or a lightweight broadcloth would be very chic A Good Story One of the last tunes that the late General FitzHngh Lee was in New York lie related the following at a private dinner lie rejrarded It he said as the most incident ifV his varied career It an Irishmans apology umUSljg I was waiting at Char lotte N C one sonic years ago for a train to Uichmbud he said Ito as behind time and not caring to goback to the hotel I lighted it cigar and paced up ami down the long plat form Among the waiting passengers a diminutive Irishman with trousers cutIulittle old billycock lint particularly at tracted my attention He was an un usual character with the style of whis kers known to the lads in the arms as sluggers When first saw him he was pacing up and down the platform with his head bent slightly forward eying me i TnounnT TEZ won A FELLER TOTTER KNOW latently from under lilsj shaggy eyes brows Ills hands were clasped be hind his bade under thj taJIs of his coat and with every stop he took he caused the cout tails to heat a sort of npjrordIXtealerquickly and retrace hits steps Finally he emptied some tobacco In to u small black pipe stuffed it in with his thumb und boldly approaching snldr Would yes molnd glvlu me a bight ter me pipeV knocked the ashes off my cigar and handed It to him He jammed It down Into the bowl of his pipe and pulling away with a smacking of the tips that could be heard at the far end of the platform all the time glancing sideways into my face with a quizzical expression he exclaimed When I first saw yez smack smack smackI thought jez wor a feller I yuster know when I was drlv In a sutlers wagon out be Fort Tot ten smack smack smack He was a dam rascalsmack smack smack but I see yer not the man New York Times John M Hamilton former governor of Illinois dfecj at Chicago ItI t Horses Handled We are going to handle horses at the Fair Grounds having decided to permanently engage in this business at Springfield n Breaking Handling Buying Selling Will be our business Every animal given into our care will be careIfully attended to and when delivered to the owners it will be to give to Jm better animals in very particular than when received at thestables Call upon us at the Fair Grounds or write to sus at Springfield for terms and prices L D Baker Wasnt Properly Advertised FrankfortKyThe court by Judge Settle affirmed the Nelson Circuit Court in the suit of the City of Bards town vs Monroe Hurst The city of Bardstown passed an ordinance Decem ber 13 1904 desiring to annex certain waterjworksfreservoir tain citizens Bardstown is a city of tha fifthclass Under its charter three publications of the ordinance are required One publication was made in the Nelson Record which was burned Hurst was arrested by a police officer and sued out a writ of prohibition against the Police Judge setting up that he was not arrested within the corporate limits attacking the validity of the ordinance and the jurisdiction of the Police Judge The writ was granted This court in upholding the lower court holds the ordinance invailci the required publications having not been made 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 cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if fo a child they al ChamberIlains givingitHaydnHavent Decided Lebanon Enterprise The Republican committee of Marion county met in Lebanon Monday The business in chief before the meeting was the considera tion of the question whether orj not the committee would make nominotions for county offices to be voted for this fall After considerable discussion the comj mittee resolved to tape no the present but the chairman was em powered to call a county mass conven tion of the Republican party upon the fulfillment of certain conditions On be ing interviewed as to whether or not the chance of a mass convention being called was great or small Chairman Burke very courteously replied that he was not at liberty to give out the in formation sought but admitted there was a chance dependent upon certain things which he declined to make public at this time IValter Wellman Washington COr for the Chicago Record Herald telegraphs his pnper that senators and congressmen roturning to Washington report that the people everywhere are aroused at the increased cost of living and that the republican leaders believe their party is in danger unless the tariff is revised before dull times come again shows that many good watches NoJnatteris the matter with yours bet ter HAVE ME FIX IT 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 me yours if doesnt go just right Peoples Deposit- Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President L H Thurman ViceProvident- J A Boolware Cashier 8 o CasberHS DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham Ji Haydong S o Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction 8 Guaranteed ooooooooooocoooocooooooooo Marion Items Falcon Mr W D Ferrell oL Fer rellville sold a fine twoyearold5 lion to Mr Joe L Thompson of Ray wick for 260 4 Mr J A Robey has bought a fine threeyearold filly of Mr James R Dant for 500 She isa Gambetta Wilkes and promises to make a splendid animal IMr William Sharp aged efghtyrtwcr years died in this city at 7 oclock yes terday morning at the home of his daughter Mrs H S Robinson Miss Jennie Smith aged twentytwo clockImother Mrs Nannie Smith IMiss Gertrude Mattingly die Thursday night of last week of typhoid fever after an illness of four weeks atthe home of her aunt Mrs George Hamilton near this city J M Knott cashier of the Ma IMr National Bank was elected vice of the Kentucky Bankers Association for thefourth district countyIandMr John Brown of this county were j9esterdayisixteen years old I Mr F E Hardesty caught his hand between the end of a barrelndthe wall in his store Saturday almost sever ing the thumb and two fingers The court house at New Madrid Mor was destroyed by fire claimed to be of incendiary origin 81 8 8 18818 8 8 I INVESTIGATION f Jt Hon James J GrI veslTHE JEWELER 11 el 11 Iari r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER II 1905 = Hawes Hats t LOOK IWELL WEAN WELL ARE STYLISH I 1 3 j AW T MAN 1zI EI Ziz4z X I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday October 11 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldgyEmails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OneYear SIx Months Three Months swIn writing to have your addressjdianged always give the postoffico to trnapor 1Dg as well as the postofiice to which you wi8hitsent DEMOCRATIC TICKET LiteoyCOCXTT Coo T CLEHK F Booker aybrookeSBEatrF RUPEHI or ScnoowsJ W Bush JAILER Geo D atletfe AsSZ8S0RT P OBryan W T MlUdiall Deputy J Montgomery WR NEIKIRKS AND MR FILIATREAUS WITHDRAWAL Vhilethe Democrats of Vash ington county have never for one moment believed that they would fail in the election qf their nomi tnees and while they have neve- atfelt the Republicans could put forward a nominee for any office with a probability of his election we are glad to publish in this issue of The Sun a card from the Hon W F Neikirk declining the Republican nomination for County Judge andon r from Mr Filiatreau declining the nomination for Sheriff This will leave a- Democratic clear field for all the nominees and w are going to havean election this fall which will be quiet peaceable brotherly andso far as Washington county is concerned with the exception of a contest Oo for magistratewe are go tohav a a solitary game of S T ZtZZtItfltIIz1IzI1zI The Well Dressed i+ Man + MUST LOOK TO HIS HAT f MUST LOOK TO HIS SHOEi I respectfully submit for your inspection the Crossett Shoes There are none better perhaps none as good They are durable They Make Lifes Walk Easy + 35j t I i r LEACH I j tI ZZXZ 8 politics and it wont be h for once it wont befh FillItreau are strongest members of the Republican party in the county for the respective offices for which they were nominate- there are few who dispute an we believe the would have made a good losiniifight but we be lieve that aftqr weigh iu f and eat all things felt that their Avould lie futile andwisely concluded that it was best for them to decline the honors conferred updm them bv their county convention The nominations came at a late day and both gentlemen would have cerhlIId1 Mif Nenkirkis o 5of the strong lawyers at the Springfield bar lest as a man out of politics liked by Dom crits as well as bj Republicans Tlf is IS also true of Mr Filiatreau rk Indeed we are glad that these two excellent gentlemen hare declined the nominations and hat the Democrats are relieved of the necessity of efenzing two men agin whom there is JiaughC but differences in poHticalcrebds And now that the election in Washington county ingoing to be a onesided affair lets build t bonfire at the close of the polls grasp Rethinpitch Piinto the air and sato our fellow citizens who have teen elected Go info it boys do as well in haverdone during the past four toward ashIwe will stand ready to do todays workover again Heres to Mr Neikirk May his law practice come wrapped in big tees and may it work him so hard that he will grow more bald headed than he is And heres to s1ae his cj rn grow high and the ears grow big und maythe flies stay but of his wheat and the worms out of his tobacco May they both live long and prosperj Subscribe for The Sun 100 year 1 SPARROW Thestdre and dwelling house of M F Simpson Son at Stinnett was de stroyed by fire October 1 Loss about 2500 No insurance Mrs S E Vowels who was seriously hurt by a fall some weeks ago is no better Mr Waller Keeling was agreeably surprised last Friday by his relatives and friends who tendered him a dinner in honor of his seventieth birthday FtIspentRev J F Johnson is conducting a series of meetings at Prices chapel Last week L M Sparrow sold to Henry Graham eight twoyearold steers at 3 cents Henry Graham sold to Charley Stin nett fifteen stock sheep at 540 per head Charley Stinnett sold to Henry Graham a fat cow at 215 per hundred James F Richardson sold to Thomas Brown of Mercer county two weanling mules for 150 R N Vowels sold to Alex McMakin of i0Reve congregation at the Burnt church last Sunday afternoon Among those who attended from a distance were Misses Bettie and Mattie Best and Al phaT nner of Wayside with their escorts Messrs J I Coulter Jun Shields and George Bet We are pleased to learn that the Tobacco Growers Association is a suc cess for the farmers may now hope to realize good prices for their tobacco Mrs Wilkes Morgan and sons Irvine heFAbe Cranfell and wife of Vandyke spent Sunday with W C Cammack and family The ground is getting very dry and bFsow HILLSBORO The farmers are through cutting tobacco in this vicinity Mrs Jane Coulter is visiting her daughter Mrs Nan Scott this week Sale Coulter and wife spent Sunday with thetatters parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Mr John Armstrong and family at tended meeting at Tatham Springs Sunday r ThMisses Montgomery visited rela tivesat Valley Hill Saturday and Sun day Miss Pearl Armstrong spent Sunday with Miss Judith Montgomery Misses Mayme Merritt and Flossie nighdt Mrs J M Shields returned home Saturday after a weeks stay with her childIIMiss Mayme Merritt visited at Mr Walls Sunday jMr Johnny Shewmaker who disk his arm last week is getting along very nicely Miss Pearl Armstrong is on the sick list Several from this place attended meeting at Pleasant Grove Monday rhtnMiss Lillian Leuchman spent Sunday last with Effie Coulter Mi pc Sarah Shields is visiting refs tives at Chaplin this weak TathttmtGrover Cleveland has written an article denouncing woman suffrage und Susan B Anthony replying to till botheringlu PRATHERS CREEK Rain is much needed in this section nicelyTobacco so they can strip tobacco Messrs Mat and Prentice Mays and E SundaySeveral the party in Boyle county Saturday night and report an enjoyable time G H Christerson and spent Sunday with his father near Stewart andwhile there presented him with a sweet potato grown this season that weighed seven pounds Who v can beat it Our neighbor J H Mays is out again after a severe spell of hay fever Mr and Mrs Leslie Mays of Stewart and Mr Sam Mays and family of this place spent a pleasant day with their father J H Mays Sunday Mr and Mrs R L Arnold of Texas spent the day with Mr W T Kimber MondayThe nights are not far off and that will be the time when you will need interesting and instructivp litera ture Now is the time to supply your home with a good paper and there is none better than The Sun If you desire to subscribe the Prathers Creek correspondent would be ased to take JMrWvisiting his thiseweek Handsome Robertson bought of Peter Harmon two suckling heifer calves for 13 G H Christerson sold to Peter Har mon two nice gelts for 16 andrcalf from Joe Cloyd The price was not made public MOORESVILLE Mr Jeff Smith wife and daughter Miss Maggie and Miss Lelia Wall were in Jstown last Friday shopping Several more land sales are in sight butwhether they willfall through or not isyet to be determined Mr Thomas Hines who has a posi lion as fireman on the Louisville and Nashville railroad spent lasttsumay at the home of Robert bit lI E Curran left Monday for Owensboro to attend the fair Mr Ed Moore has removed his saw Imill to the farm of Joe Janes The telephone camp at this place reminds us very much of Gen Buells camp at Bardstown during the war Mr Elijah Smith has returned home Matt Truaxs sale was well attended IHeIday W B Barlow was auctioneers and WO Ellis clerk There was nocelectiort at Fairview owing to the scarcity of voters Mrs Stella Hardih and daughter Elilabeth have turned to their home at Lakeland Mrs W 0 Ellis and daughters Mrs Stella Hardin and Miss Nancy dined Miss Lucy Moore and Mrs J 11 Walt last week There were two carloads ofCOtlI sipped to Booker last week Mr William Payne has sold his farm to Mossrs James Od7rand John Hines for 1900 and has purchased of A N PossesIsionWell the telephone company has a line as far as the camp at this place and are in cmmnuni tion with the outside world The exchange here which will be conducted by Miss Lelia Wall will he in opemtign by Dec L Protracted meeting began at Mt Zion last Tuesday night Quite a crowd from Mrs here willnttendILouisville last Sunday night much im proved in health I Ir li Mineral Wat2r- j I II ITi Ii H IS IIkind you want at Ir Red + Drug H Store jt SMOCK HAYDON PROPRIETORS I qq iI I The BIG Storei1 r Grand rt Display I QUiITri Oct 18 I if1eFactories in the East will be at our store with his full A 1It tIi tReadyto IWear Garments III Dont forget the date Wednesday October 18 II We have just received a nice stock of Black Silk and Mercerized Sateen PETTICOATS The YIare made right Prices each II 1i ilUU to pi5Utti We are showing a very complete line of Misses tad childrens cloaks iThe BIG Store ROBERTSON BROTHERS n fit + + + 1t11tlltlltlltlltJIJIIJJ lott lt I s- VhemYour J Coal Bill r Flies In w +t 1iYou receive it joyfully if its for our coal When its cold I youll thank your lucky stirs that you contracted with ifus at such 4I iA Low Price On Coal price on coal wins as much as it does on other merchandise By iLow of us you save money besides getting Al coal as welL i BUY t PRODUCE t+ M H Jones y THE SPRINGFIELD J SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER II 905 t Wt ttt rlI Will Give you 1t RIGHT PRICES GOOD STYLES w GOOD SERVICE HONEST GOODS + V + fit1fosw thing new Patterns received each week WThe newest things in skirts belts and neck- wear 1t + 1t OPENING+ Next Saturday + 1Mrs Kate WilliamSi- G + t ++ Local News Notes Haydon Thompson liverymen lost a valuable livery horse last weekt Dont fail to see Rip Van Winkle at the Opera House Friday October 13 0Afine gelding belonging to Dr W E Crume valued at about 300 diet last week of lockjaw Needles oil and supplies for allmakes of machines at Taylors opposite The Sun office If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office- The books of Dr Price W Wells are in the office of W E Selecman for settlement Call arid settle A fine mule belonging to McClure Wells was found dead in its stall yes terday morning Tft is supposed it died of colic LoSTA childs white linen cloak between Springfield and Trents store on last Thursday afternoon Return to The Sun office There will be services at the Method ist church in Springfield next Sunday morning and evening I am very anxious to have a full attendance J C HOSKINSOX P C Seats are on sale at Smock Hay dons for Filers Rip Van Winkle Companyfjat the Opera House Friday October 13L1 uRip Van Winkle comes tnltftiHy advertised fulfilling every pxpmjse Honestly conducted and satisfaction guaranteed At the Opera H use Fri day October 13 Special scenery lot each act is car ried by Eilers Rip Van Winkfe Corp pany At the Opera House Friday October 13VCoRRs moNInthey Oat line of Course df Study of Washington County n on the seventh page of this issue it rends for use in 1S06 netead off 1905 t Mr Harry Gammon aad Mw AnnM Smith were marrjedil the county clerks office yesterday Rev W W Williams of the Baptist d ehfciating NOTICE Notic is hereby gfr a that my son Harvey Sea has leftnqrbotue hold and ail person are warned oat to sell him anything on my aocoiHrt as A1 will not be reapwwibie This Sept Si 1905 47pd B a sEA The Rev James Frank ayi 4lI1ip Van Winkle k that ina play mnwaes terest and appeals to every daM so successfully that many are brovght into contact with its terlings win never enter tfie houae of tluLord ARM DISLOCATED y OiliJ Barber while engageniff in playing a game of football at the college last Friday fell and dislocated his right arm at the elbow He was brought to the office of Dr J H L mpton where the arm was set and he is now doing Mealy For a while hi suffering Was intense and it was found necessary to put him under the influnence of chloroform before the dislocation could be adjusted OLD BOOKS County lerk Booker oldItnear town One is Vol IV of The Spectator published by Johnson War ner in 1810 The other is Vol II 4lie History of Tom Jones a Found ling by Henry Fielding Esq pub lished in 1828 by J J Woodward of Philadelphia These books were the property of William B Booker father of County Clerk Booker The books are yellow with age but are well pre served A PRETTY WINDOW One of the most attractive and unique show win dows ever seen in Springfield may be seen at Hertleins confectionery It is a miniature field or forest and is the work of Mrs Hertlein It is a scene of the Fall iThe crimson leaves are scattered over forest and field and other evidences of Jack Frost are seen The bird dog is scenting the quail tlierabbit dog is trailing through the paths and the frost is on the pumpkin and the fodders in the shock VERY PAIfFULLittleMary Simms daughter of Mr and Mrs B F Simms met with quite a painful and serious ac cident last Saturday morning In get ting out of bedshe stepped or rather jumped on a needle which was thrust into the foot some distance The needle was threaded and strange to say the head and not the point pene trated the foot The needle was at once drawn from the foot but it seems that a mild form of blood poisoning set in and fora while it was feaf5d that lockjaw hvould result However we are glad to state that the little girl is nov better and that all danger is past Farms Tor Sale A good farm near WillJsburg 87 acres firstclass house good tobacco barn well well fenced and watered v Price 118 acre farm 2iOftIfield good ienp kind 50 acres 80 acre fnnn located near Springfield grassgood265 acre farm 3 4from S outtbtMcEuwr WIIARTON Wantedbides r I want tls buy hides of ail kinds Re Maber I AM PAY liG TIlEHICU IbET PJMCES VL H JOKES S ttt1 loned Z On accouii d It e t over the will of John F Srtl i litheland toad abodlp1s J to place on Taeerllayt ylr 5r 1Iu been post poned indfiast HiQIiver Gribbina tlmwjfh la 1f Ja1ed a suit wontCIJtIDI w r ill tend For Sate Fifty acres of tend one half mile from U wn on ebanan pike Good improvement Sale private Well Watered and no waste land upt8 C W STaLL ecs A forger secured 26003 from the National City Bank of New York No trace of him has been found = 4 + iTh lrsdayfridal eSatrda n i Octoher 913 4V-Er Important days to the ladies of Springfield and Washington icoun tttty are these Because on those three pays we will havq on display PRETTIEST and MOST STYLISH LOWPRIQED line of 4daystit + THE KNOTT CO NOTEWe have decided to do business on a CASH basis strictly i+ + enenenenenenenenenenenene Personal Notes nee 0 0e Visitors In arid Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks- PersonaLNews dG e oneneoeoeoeoeoeoeneoeoeoec lfr Logan Bosley of Lebanon was here Sunday = Mr Joe Clements was in Bloomfield last Tuesday Mr S B vile last week hereIMr E spent Sunday Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon was here last week Mr and Mrs Louis Rogers were in Louisville last week Miss Mary Lee Simms was in Louisville last week Mr J C was in Louis ville One day last week r Mr and Mrs wild Rogers of Leb anon were here Sunday Mr John McChord Jr of Loba non spent Sunday here =Misses Lizzie and Bertha Haydon visited in Louisville last week Mrs Lum Abell and Miss Jennie McCabe were in Lebanon Monday Mrs John W Lewis has returned from a few days visit in Louisville Mir and Mrs H B McElroy wer in Louisville several days last week Miss Fannie Smith is visiting friends at Frederickstown this week DrB RoBards and A R Shultz were in Harrodsburg last week i Prof George ColvipXand J sy McElroy Jr were in nville Satur d ayr y Mr Ed Mj Russell and daughter Miss Catherine were in Louisville Sunday Mrs H P McChordand little son Philare visiting in Lebanon this weekMist Florence Edelen will entertain at euchre this evening at hdrhome near town Mcs John Clements and sister Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon were here last week Messrs Charley Haydon Howard Goatley and Oscar Curry were in Louis ville Sunday Mrs Pius Whelan QfBnrdstownI was called here yesterday by the illness I of her sister jIr Will Robertson lot this morn ing for Louisville where he Sir ill ac cept a position p Mrs J L Wharton and daughter Miss Katie spent Sunday with friends in Louisville A great many people from Spring field attended the horse show is Louis vine fast WesVMosdames James awl Howprd Mc E1nurand Jfta W T MoEhioy We in Louisville Est week f Mr Joe Price of Qwcusboro was untied here by the aerieua illness and dcatli of Ids mother i Olio Hayden and little son of Coxs Creekre visiting Mrs Leo Haytlon at this place htttegrarsddaureUtived in Louisville this week MIBS Annie IJ Siroms who is attending School at St Catharine spent Saturday and Sunday with her parwUn acbterNalatturr will undergo an operation for ear trouble Mr R B JSniitlj Mf cWWrllof bear Shelby ville who utv iaC t the 1teine of Mr M 1L Jones have returned home l The family of Mr J R Mayo hare returned from Hendononvilta N C rpnl will reside here Mies Mare health is very much improved and it w hopotl that rris has baon portifttiiehtly benefitedMrs Even IJQtCol1liuia nlrnoit on tirely recovered from typhoid feVer and will soon be out Mrs Rogers has been ill for about three moHtha and for a time hcj rionds Were very appre honsive lest her illnoss drove fatal The First Lectured r The first of the seriea of lectures of the Springfield Lecture Course will be delivered at the Opera House on Mon day evening October 28 by Edwin Cyclone Soothers one of Americas most famous platform orators Mr Southern subject wijl be If I Were the Devil There are few lecturers in this country more widely or more favorably known than Mr SSouthers The London England Telegraph refers to him as the marvel of two hemi spheres 3 Ji fR iW 1 I f j 1 I The Event Of jZ J + The Season I J 1it cause to hap t py now that MRS KATE WILLIAMS has secured the t- z agency for the wellknown Louisville firm The Aron I son Co Dealers and makers of I iifine Outerwear for Ladies and Misses4t1 1thrt pIe in whom you can have confidence You dont pay out your ey until you satisfy yourselfwith tfce garment ordered A full line of mont it pies will be on display at Mrs Williams store t+ Saturday October 14 I Remember the day You are all invited to inspect this really handsome line r fromboth tWe will do the rest ionce i The AronsonCo I 3 354 Fourth Avenue LOUISVILLE KY Iirs to1 r i + C 0i 0IJ IXrJ tIJ a040 WILLiSBURG The farmers are busy sowing wheat Last Saturday Auctioneer G W Campbell klthe Nelson pTnkston germ for 620 ThOnins Hansby was the purchaser Uncle Bob Mellvoy is inl critical canditbn He is Uif oateaesl with blood thot1IinT J Tint and faoiily attended Sunday school here fast Sunday ywithillss Mrs Sue Merritt ilea returned from Italians where site has been visiting her coiisin Georsre Scrum Mr and iMrsJ M Trent spent Sunday witlf the formers jMirents near Antioch Mr and Mrs John Howel visited Mrs Catharine Clark last week Miser Artie and OHie Sutton spent Friday with heir grandmother Mrs Robert Noal A good innny of our young pootloat- t rwJeQ eliwrclt at T Umni Springs Sun day Misses lac Hattie atwl Eda Sims spent Saturtlay aa Sunday at Mr John eaciinians Mrs H II Greenwood and Miss Lula Merritt visited at Mackvilie Saturday Mr Charley Mcllvoy visito l her parents near Moorosvillc last week Uaiiss Settles siietit Saturday and Sunday with lib sister Mrs Sleet P nk ton Mrs Mary Hides anti daughter Muss Agnes were the gueptRof Mrs W S Brawlery Sunday Oscar and bijou Elizabeth Shirley at tended church at Glens Creek Sunday night Mr and Mrs Rfchard Pinkston visited the Matters father John Gridcr Miss Viohi Vice visited at Luther Jenkins Saturday and Sunday Miss Tinie Reed was the guest of her cousin Mrs Lulu Hyatt last week Roy Walls and Miss Mayme Merritt Avero visitors hero Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs W SGibbs JiaVe returned from Anderson co nty Miss Lulu Trent is vis ting relatives at this place Mr and Mrs S olvin visited relatives and friends hers last week Ed Montgomery has two very sick diphtheriaA at the Christian church here Monetaynight Rev Young the pastor Rev Lowen The Sun shines brightly In this vi cinity every Thursday morning ESTABLISHED 1883 Under Your Thumb I When you use KENTUCKY STAR Flour your baking is right muter your thumb aredoingexact certainty KENTUCKY STAR FLOUR is always the same always p it r a goesfarthestial Try a sack teday it woat be your last- CHAPLIN WATER POWER ROLLER MILES D B SUTHERLAND PRO J l Puttingj H iPrescriptions j is an adjunct of the drug business fi we are iall fitted for 1 that y INoteCoverIif we put up their recovery is possiK owe life and im le- p whereMany scriptionsr proved health to iwr pre safet Jnng them to us and be l 5 W i II Hayd S I darmacyJ r 1 a I1 IHE SUN PER YZARc L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 111905 WtI What will You IEAQTHIS WINTER rYou SaveMoney I By selecting vour reading 4matterLt front The Suns Clubs bingiist r THE SUN AND Both pa pees 1 yr Aryans COmmonerL 75 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette z 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm arid Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside u 175 ReVIew of Reviews 325 Lip incotts Magazine 285 Scribners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150r CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES f i The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Cpurier 40ISame including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the weeku 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year4 00 Address TheSunSp- ringfield Ky caooaaoaaaooaoaoaoo001100011l1aOO0110 smoking a Dad Habits In Kalamazoo United States Senator 4Jnllus Caesar Burrows Is regarded with an awe commensurate with the length of his name titles and Washington experience Julius Caesar so the story goes drops into a cigar stand In one of th hotels and buys a bunch of cigars tivil- lgreat regularity He Is an inveterate smoker As he stood by the cgii lighter and proceeded to pay the dealer- light his cigar and stuff the bunch o all day smokers into his pocket at tb same time he chanced to see two of men wearing G A Rx buttons wh were sitting near by He nodded his recognition at them Johnpuff pufIllow are you to dayr Putt purr Do you smoke Yes John smoked MJ1m to the other veteran do yonpuff put = Do you smoke Yes Jim smoked too The two vets wet their lips with their tongues expectantly Puff put The senator turned to the clerk with a sad look on his face Smoking Is a very bad habit be- observed sagely Then he grabbed his change and puffing vigorously made Jtor the jtreet Detroit Tribune Secretary Loeb acting under instructions from the President has written to W D Davidson editor of the Ful tan County Illinois Democrat to the Meet that he will stand on his declara tixithat there will be no third term iar him HORSE CLIMBS STAIRS r LANDS IN BEDROOM Wholly Uneducated Equine Seeks Refuge in SecondStory Room After Startling Stunts New YorkTwo large black horses belonging tp a condensed milk com pany while being led through York street Brooklyn became frightened and ran away One of them dashed Into an open doorway af218 York street and texiftsa Dy the clamor behind him knocked over several children then dashedup a flight of fif teen stairs leading to the second story annihilating theTranlsters as he went and terrorizing the inhabitants of the houseThe street is narrow and many children were playing in it at the time both horses took fright A number of DASHED UP A FLIGHT OF FIFTEEN STAIRS LEADING TO THE SECOND STORY 1 J men tried to stop the runaways by stringing acrbs s the street and paving their handslhIS effort merely turn ed right angles oopo fllte the entrance of 218 whichXs flush with the sidewalk After knocking over several children both horses reached the entrance Here was a baby carriage with a twoyearold boy In it and with an eight yearr old girl at its side One of the animals turned and sprang across a low fence into the back yard but the other and the larger of the two dashed straighti fur 4be doorway and bowled both children over smashing the baby carriage into splinters He then pounded ahead through the dark hallway to a flight of fifteen narrow steps leading to the second story He crashed up the stairs carrying the banisters away Reaching the top the horse hoofed it across the cracking floor into the bedroom where he seemed preparing to takeia nap on the large double bed The b whilesthe on A policeman finally after manyef forts led the horse down to the street The children who hat been knocked over by the animal in his rush were only slightly Injured Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but F took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefitwn general debility and nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as J find have no equal C J Haydon druggist guar antees them at 50 ccnts Guinea Fowl Guineas are not ias bail to destroy crops as chickens are and they are better insect destroyers says A J Legg In National Stockman Then will range all over the farm in search of Insects and will kill inany Insects that the chickens will not get They will eat the gooseberry worm and the ppta to bug and chickens will not There are two well known breeds of guineas tile pearl and the white In shape and size they are about the same The pearl giUirea Is not so well domesticat ed as the wlilte and Is more noisy It Is claimed that hybrids of these two bloodlLeis Vcnlcne Leg weakness In fowls is a form of rheumatism and Is frequently caused filthyesuriyour are alsorBakfsuchhdseseoAi grand jury at Indianapolis has indicted State Auditor Sherrick for mis use of the totes funds IIITE S Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OP IMITATION THE fiCNUINC BallardSnow Liniment Co- sT LOUIS Iwo- Fc see by a J Hal40a Sirtauel r CHAPLIN Left From Last Week The remains of William T Hooper were brought here last Tuesday for Dee Rowland the milliner is in Louisville this week purchasing her new fall goods Her selections are always very tasteful and this seasons goods will be no exception- Mr Robert Sutherland wen t to Smithville Monday on business Mrs COrilla Bland continues the guest of her daughter MrsC W Rush Mrs Bland is from Hodgen ville and makes a yearly visit to our town She has a host of friends here who are always glad to see her- Mes rs Green Hays and Hiner Neale are in the city attending the horse show Miss Ruby Tyler of Smithville is spending several weeks with Miss Claudie Neale Mr Colic Williams has returned from an extended pleasure trip through the west He visited his brother Mr Burton Williams at Greely Cot Mr Stanley Dawson who is attend ing school at Bardstown was here Saturday Miss Elizabeth Houston has accepted a position with Hungerland Co A jolly party of young people from Mrs Emma Neales went serenading on last Friday night The sleepy occu pants of the neighboring houses were ucharmedwith the music made by bells tin pans and chainsI Mr Bland Rush left Denver Col last Saturday for this place Bland is one of our boys and we are glad to know that he expects to remain in Kentucky for a time at least Mrs Thomas Duncan and two little daughters of Fairfield are visiting here Mrs Brown of Louisville is here visiting her Brother Dr Bedford Rev Maxwell is holding a meeting in an adjoining county and his appoint ment here Sunday waS filled by Rev Perryville GDdbto No Objection y heariAll What complaint Complaint Havent hoard of any Most folks are rather pleased Ally Slopers UnlfHollday Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithartt of Pekin Iowa had in curable consumption his last hope van overyTork saysThisgreatme and saved my life Since then I have used it for over ten years and con sider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictlv scientific c u re forCoughs Sbre Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed Haydonsdrug 8 600 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 rangingfrom 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in alh There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen presents of 30and 20 to be giver in the States of Kentucky ndinna Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple W ite to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Kyfor- a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free h Some Seasonable Advice It may be a piece of superfluous ad vice to urge people at season of Chamberlainto be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory re- sultS are obtained when 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 salebyThe Democrats of New York City re nominated George B McClellan for Mayor Herman A Metz was nomi nated for Controller and Patrick F McGown for President of the Board of Aldermen In the testimony before the New York committee at New York it developed that Senator Chauncey M Depew took profits to the amount of 100000 in one of the syndicate transactions WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have ajob of work pone have It done at home If yon go away from home to buy or if you away from home to have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than youdo the home merchant or the home mechanic Athome the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent Roods 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 hnve ever bought anything from a mailorder bouse doubtless you can remember having received different treatment Their propositions look nice jn print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may come back again but send it to Tine of the big mail order houses and it will buy 2Ikent cigars for some millionaire ina Enropean home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select 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 Ha I ware Harness Etc NAG AN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George BTaylpr General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty r T Irvine McEIroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker anti Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Statibnaryvarid Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty =C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin eakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty J o The Sun and Chicago Daily Review one year for Incolning Trains Ar ives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Le yes Springfield Leaves Bardstown Le yes Bardstown Junctn Ar ives at Louisville ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In v Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc c w NPE Blacksmithing and Repairing at the most reasonable prices C rfagan Dealer in Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W E Leachman Dealer In Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker Repairintg Done on Short Notice Grundy ClYa Brooke Mclntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes McEIroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc 1so 1 and N Railroad Time Table Springfield9r t r r I OnlyNO 825 p m IIDaily No 42 535 a mt 617 703H 755j Daily No 43 L40 p m 1100ame 930 730 U Sun onl- No 90 715 m 800 t 845I 935 wily No 41 705 p mo 552 502u410 7 Daily No 44 120 p in2w20r 410 p m 545 p m Do Not Neglect a Cold Every cold Weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES 5 PERMANENTLY CURES Consumption Coughs Colds Sore Throat Croup Whooping Cough Bronchitis Hgarsencss Sore Lungs EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS MORE H NOTCONSTIPATECURE CROUPE AND WHOOPING COUGH MRS mALLIfiLOCKBA oldthwmlt T0x says 1 HTT have used Xtallards Iloreh6bnd8jrrnp In my family for feral yean and It alRare gives aUdaoUon When the children had Croup and Vhqopln r Cough It always rellered them at onoe and I would not be without It in the house alt Ia the BUST MEDICINE we know of Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed rtfjvjrjT mizfmt 2c1Os and + 00Q MALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO STLOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED 1Y C J HAYCON = Springfield Ky l Dr W F Trusty Practical DentisttSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYt DentalworkaBreasonablepricea All gua Office over Haydon Barber Dr t Jf M i ti lij RESIDENT DENTIST f Teeth Extracted IVith out Pain r CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental York Strictly First KyOfficec01 Bt Dt LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY life Fire and Accident reliableandworld Your Insurance solicited Dr J H LAMPTON 4 OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR J C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY omcz J BITDO S nero STORK Office Hours 12 M to 2p M HopperIOffice in Hagan Block Up stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSF TELEPHONES = day 49 NgtitjO9 T SCOTT MAYES LAWM 4 r Springfield Ky Win practice in the court of Washington APPSandC C McCHORD AwrY AT LAW Springfield Ky ViiTpractice In all State axuLFederal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAWr Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of WaaWni n Appeals WESELECAUN ATTYATLWii t Springfield Ky Willprautjce in the ot WDana and In court otAppeals H E WALTER ATTYATLAW r Sprinsrfield Kentucky cticetIn MCAMPBELLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 ilsososOQtiooQQiiQo HAYDON THOMPSON Undirtakirs and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone I8 iWe carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets e We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor tosfiqw the people every kidness Oa eaeOeaeoeOOlilDiDl Tobacco farm For Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suth containing room house stock barn good orchard beputas tobacco barn and sticks sufficient satisfactory call oh or address i0 WEEKLYtf R THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 111905 t l = r Ayi t n t iiI M r+ fP LOOK TO THE RIGHT when you come into our store on that side of the house is our CHINA WARE DEPARTMENT We make a specialty of these goodscarry a complete lneere ore it is nota hard matter ffi I to please trade We are always glad for the ladies to call and exam ine the many beautiful designs of Chinaware on display in our store the goods invariably satisfies them and a sale will be made sooner or later Now when you want to buy CHINAWARE remember HAGAN l BROS thats the place to buy what you want i t l fe h Outline of Course ofi Study I906tREADING GRADE L McGuffeys Primer and First Reader Four recitations daily First month Primer pages 7 to 21 second month pages 21 to 43 third month primer completed fourth month First Reader pages 5 to 44 fifth month pages 44 to 85 sixth month complete the First Reader and review daily GRADE IL McGuffeys Second Reader Three recitations daily one a review of the other two Fast month pages 9 to 40 second month pages 40 to 70 third month pages 70 to 100 fourth month pages 100 to 130 fifth month complete the book sixth month r view the book GRADE HL McGuffeys Third Reader Two recitations daily First month pages 7 to 55 second month pages 55 to 96 third month pages 96 to 144 fourth month pages 144 to 187 fifth month page 187 to the end of the book sixth month review the book rf GRADE IV Fourth year McGuffeys Fourth Reader One recitation daily First month 21L to 49 and pages 9 to 20 each month for drill second month 49 to 82 third month pages 82 to 107 fourth month pages pagfl 131 fifth month pages 131 to 161 sixth month review months This grade reads with fifth year in 1906 GRADE IltFifth year MCG ifeySfOurth Reader One recitation daily First month read sbfdythe poems of the first 161 pages of the Fourth Reader as a n the fourth year jsecond month selections from the pros writings of the first 161 pages of theFourth Reader as a review of the fourth year third month pages 161 to 192 fourth month pages 192 to 232 fifth month pages 232 to the end of the boo sixth month review sel- ectionslr GRADE VSixth year McGuffeys Fifth Reader One recita tion daily There should be but one class in reading for this grade bake a study of the authors for each month First month page 9 Elocutionary Introduction to page 47 second month pages 47 to 90 third month pages 90 to 131 fourth month pages 131 to 175 fifth month pages 175 to 208 sixth month review other months Seventh year McGuffeys Fifth Reader One recitation daily Read with sixthyear class in 1905 and this outline in 1906 First month study poems in first 200 pages of the book second month selections from prose writings of first 200 pages of the book third month pages 9 to 21 and pages 209 to 237 fourth month pages 237 to 272 fifth month pages to 272 to 302 sixth month pages 302 to 336 SPELLING b GRADE IFirst year All words in Primer and First Reader GRADE II Second year Word lists in the Second Reader GRADE IIIThW year First month Words the third reader to page 50 and lessons 1 to 29 In the Modem Speller sec and month word lists in reader from pages 50 to 110 and lessons 50 to 50 in the speller third month lessons 50 to 80 in thp speller fourth month lessons 80 to 100 fifth month lessons 100 to 115 sixth month lessons 115 to 125 GRADE IVFourth and fifth years combined One recitation daily Modern Speller First month lessons 125 to 150 Alter nate with oral and written spelling for four days in the week and let Fridays lesson be an oral review of the other four days Con tinue this plan of review throughout the year Second month llessons 15 to 175 terms used in arithmetic and geography third month lessons 175 to 200 and names of counties and county seats spellitngpart I GRADE VSixtb seventh and eighth years combined One reci r itation daily Alternate with oral and written spelling for four days in the week and let Fridays lesson be an oral review of the Other four days First month lessons 1 to 25 Part II and rules for spelling second month lessons 25 to 49 and names of coun tries and states of North America with their capitals third month lessons 49 to 70 and countries and capitals of South America as ins ofip month lessons 91 to 112 and countries aifd capitals of Europe as in third month sixth month lessors 112 toj 130 meaning of suffixes and prefixes WRITING Write daily Let all write at the same hour CRADES I AND IIFirst and second year Write from copy on tablets with lead pencils GRADE IIIThird year Use pen and ink and copy book No 2 GRADE IVFourth year Pen and ink copy book No3 GRADE IVFifth year Pen and ink copy book No4 GRADE VSixth year Pen add ink copy book No5 Seventh year Pen and ink copy book No6 and learn to write notes receipts orders checks and other business forms rARITHMETIC GRADE IFirst year All combination of numbers from 1 to 10 Counting and writing numbers to 50 GItADE IL Second year All combinations of numbers from 1 to 12 Counting and writing numbers to 100 GRADE IThirdyear Rays Primary Arithmetic First month pages 1 to 28 second month pages 28 to 45 third month pages 45 to 54 fourth month pages 54 to 60 fifth month pages 60 to 68 sixth month complete the book GRADE IV Fourth year Rays Elementary Arithmetic First month pageS 7 to 40 second month pages 40 to 50 third month pages 50 to 64 fourth month pages 64 to 86 fifth month pages 86 to 111 sixth month pages 111 to 134 Fifth year Rays Elementary Arithmetic First month pages 134 to 141 second month pages 141 to 153 third month 153 to 161 fourth month pages 161 to 173 fifth month pages 179 to end of booksixth month review GRADE VSixth year Rays Practical Arithmetic First month to page 39 second month pages 39 to 75 third month pages 75 to 105 fourth month pages 105 133 fifth month 133 to 165 sixth month pages 165 to 200 Seventh and eighth years combined Rays Practical Arithmetic Supplement eachmonth with corresponding subjects in Whites Arithmetic First month pages 200 to 220 second month pages 220 to 241 thirdmonth pages 241 to 261 fourth month 261 to 280 fifth month pages 280 to 312 sixth month complete the book and give many pro lems in mensuration from some other text LANGUAGE GRADE 1First year Oral language lesson in connection with the reading Oral reproduction s told and read GRADE IL Second year Continue first years work and use Longs Language No1 First Reader Grade About 12 lessons per month GRADE IIIThird year Longs Language No1 ISecond Reader Grade Correct faulty speech and supplement each months work First month lessons to 21 second month les sons 21 to 41 third month lessons 41 to 59 fourth month lessons 59 to 75 fifth month complete the book sixth month review as directed by the teacher GRADE IVFourth year Longs Language Noto Third and Fourth Reader Grades Supplement and review frequently First month lessons 1 to 30 second month lessons 30 to 60 third month lessons 60 to page 49 fourth month lessons 1 to 25 fifth month lessons 25 to 50 sixth month complete the book F year Harveys Elementary Grammar As these lessons ifthI shortsthere should be much supplementary work done in tion with each month First month pages 7 to 28 second month pages 28 to 48 thirdmonth pages 48 to 68 fourth month pages 68 to 88 fifth month pages 88to 108 six month review GRADE VSixth year Tke the same lessons that are out lined for the fifth year in 1905 Seventh year Harveys Ad vanced Grammar First month lessons 1 to 7 lesson 40 and lessons 42 to 48 second month lessons 8 and 10 lesson 18 lessons 49 to 68 and lessoniF221 to 228 third month lesson 24 lessons 68 to 80 lesson 231 lesson 20 lessons 81 to 101 and lessons 228 to 230 fourth year lessons 102 to 145 lessons 232 to 236 and parsing of verbs fifth month lesson 28 lessons 146 to 153 lesson 237 lessons 154 to 159 lesson 238 lessons 160 to 166 lessons 167 to 169 and lesson 241 sixth month review the yeas work where most needed Eighth year Take the sane outline for the seventh year in 1905 GEOGRAPHY GRADES II AND IILOral lessons teaching direction distance sunset sunrising day night the seasons dew rain snow etc idea of a map draw map of the school room school yards etc name of the county countyseat state and country GRADE IV Fourth year Natural Primary Geography First month pages 3 to Zones page 13 second month pages 13 to Western Section page 23 third month pages 23 to N E Section pag 31 fourth month pages 31 to South Section page 39 fifth month pages 39 to Minor Countries page 48 sixth month pages 48 to South America page 54 and geography of Kentucky at the end of the text Fifth year Studyf with the fourth year in 1905 GRADE VSixth year Natural Complete Geography First month pages 3 to Waves and Tides page 16 second month pages 16 to Races of Men page 27 third month pages 27 to 37 and Geography of Kentucky end of book fourth month pages 37 to Northeastern Section page 53 fifthmonth pages 53 to Southern Section page 69 sixth month pages 69 to 83 and review maps questions Seventh and eighth years will take the outline for the sixth year in 1905 HISTORY GRADE IVFifth year Primary History of the United States First month chapters I to XIII second month chapters XIII to XXIV third month chapters XXIV to XXXVI fourth month chapters XXXVII to XLVII fifth month chapters XLVII to LIV sixth month complete the text GRADE VSixth year History of Kentucky First month chapters I to IV second month chapters IV to VIII third month chapters VIII to XI fourth month chapters XI to XIV fifth month chapters XIV to XVII sixth month complete the book Seventh year History of the United States First month chapters L V second month chapters V to Part II third month chapters X to Part III fourth month chapters XIV to XVII fifth month chapters XVII to Part IV sixth month review the years York Eighth year Study with seventh year in same outline for 1905 PHYSIOLOGY GRADES L IL AND IILOral lessons based on elementary hygiene simple rules of health etc GRADE IV Fourth year New Century Intermediate Physi ology First month pages 9 to 40 second month pages 40 to 71 third month pages 71 to 103 fourth month pages 103 to 133 fifth month pages 133 to 156 sixth month complete the book GRADE VSixth year New Century Elementary Physiology First month pages 11 to 36 second month pages 36 to 58 third month pages 58 to 74 fourth month pages 75 to 103 fifth month pages 103 to 126 Seventh year take the outline for the sixth tions of the year in 1905 CIVIL GOVERNMENT GRADE rEighihyear Petermans Civics First month to page 37 pages 37 to 56 and pages 226 to 230 third month pages 56 to 76 and pages 230 to 233 fourth month pages 77 to ld pages 233 to 237 fifth month pages 92 to 97 and pages 237 to 239 sixth month study Constitution of Kentucky as directed by the teacher Memorize the preamble and many sec Bill of Rights and the Constitution While the above outline is not complete it will serve to indicate the amount of work as limited by the grades and pages for this year If followed cosely it will be the means of putting the schools in good order for a closer grading ss is being provided for in the outline and njanual to follow next year The manual is practically ready for the printer but owing to the unexpected cost of publication it is thought best to postpone its issue for the present The work as limited by months is the minimum amount that should be done Itjs expected that the teacher will supplement it very materially Review thoroughly at the end of the month and if time permits take up the succeeding months work The examinations will be based on that part of the outline passed over usually the most of it by the previous months study The envelope containing the examination questions must not be opened until the morning 9f the examination and then by a committee of three pupils appointed for that purpose The questions for ex amination must be filed with the written examinations- J W BUSH Superintendent of Common Schools iOOOOOQO O OOTHE FIRST National Bayk i oF 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 2 eCAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided l Profits 25000 Q OFFICERS D B LLitsey President 0 John W Lewis VicePresident D A McElroy Cashier O L B Cain Asat Cashier D R E Foster Bookkeeper rt DIRECTORSa Lewis o reen Camp eUaBHEdelen X 0 Tno 0 POlin g 0 We grant every favor Consistent j with safe banking If you have not already an account with this J 0 bank we invite your patronage 0e eOeOeOeOooeOOoeoooa 0OOOOOOaooOaoaoaaa YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Y-ouneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its woe derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his once 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the put year This is a new salve having beea on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes aFor Sale By AH Dmjfists i DR J W THOMA Hodgenville oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaoeo cls8 MARS SflCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubberslist SflfeMBM BCBOOOS Subscribe for The Sua LGI 1ear s r + THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 11 1905J PUBLIC SALE pT- h GLENWORTH FARMf BURGIN KENT- UCKYThursday Oct1I9 25 Head Shorthorns 25Consisting of choice lot of purebred Bates and Scotch Topped Cows and Heifers in extra good condition 120Registered 20Famous brood mares in foal to Montgomery Chief and things by Bourbon Chief Highland Denmark and Prince Rupert A few riding and driving horses One show mare by Highland Denmark A dozen fancily yearling mares and stallions One Fairy Queena prize winner at the StLouis Worlas Fair Most of them show stuff Will sell the dams of Richmond Squirrel Dean Lee and Highland Flower and other great brood mares 4 Fine Yearling and Two YearOld Jacks 4 Also Jersey Cattle Shetland Ponies Young and Work Mules Corn in the field valuabletliingsnoon lunch Sale under cover Have arranged for train to wait after sale The Shorthoras Saddle Horses and Jack Stock will be sold immediately after lunch afcjll30 cloc- kTERMSAll sums of10 and under Cash over that amount a credit of six catalogueDontiA LexingtonfALLEN Si EDELEN rTEXAS at Campbell and wife of Springfield visited the latters father Sunday Skliss I aura Bailey is visiting friends imLexin jton this weekIMrs Maggie Jeffries has returned friendsm7Louisrile Mr Warren Railey of Louisville Chamberlains COLIC CHOLERA AND Diarrhea Remedy ofthisremedywillInvaria tack of diarrhea It has been used in nine epf of dysentery with perfect success dependedIIattaof cramp colio and chol equally successful for Isummer diarrhea and cholera infantum in children and is the meansofsavingthe lives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every znui of a family should keep this remedy in his home lifet60c who has been visiting his cousins Messrs Robert and Walter Jeffries for home the past few months has retUrned Miss Nellie Taylor of Mt Washington arrived here Friday night and has opened a millinery store in the store belonging to P C W Peterson Miss Taylor haSa nice line of goods and everYone is invited to call Messrs Herman Purdom and E N Kimberlin have returned from Louis yUle Mr James Nelson is very ill at this writing Mrs Dora Nelson entertained quite a number of her friends Monday at dinner The school is progressing nicely un der the management of Misses Kim berlin and Shaunty The residence of J D Peterson will soon be completed The Hatpin cIt ought to be possible for an In genious milliner to devise soine less dangerous method of on the hat than the modern hatpin declares a correspondent Not only is the hatpin dangerous but on a windy day the lev erage oh the roots of the hair when the large and flapping headgear Is en dsavoring to sail away is one of the causes of headache of which most Women complain after a buffeting by the elements o Secretary Taft and party arrived September 27 from their Oriental trip A Daily Paper Free a Well not exactly Free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer F F t The Springfield andChicago NationalDaily Review 50 I WLA YEAR this offer is open for a limited time only We cant 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additional- DallyNewspaper Address THE SUN Springfield Kentucky READ THIS Trenton Kyf Jan 241902Dr E SirPleaseof your Texas Wonder I used one bottle for kidney and bladder trouble I want this bottle for my wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world I was pure blood arid one bottle curedme sound and well You can use my testi monial and photograph ifyou wish Yours truly R A WILLIAMS- Real Estate Agent A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder HaWs Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P fotestimonialr The MerryGoRound That life is a queer kind of qulk Is a fact we Infer every day For tis play makes us able to work And tis work makes us able to play Puck Why He Was Mad Editor Zt was amere typographical errorI cannot understand why you should be so angry AuthorYou cant Why see here I wrote Her eyes shone with the light of a glorious joy Editor Yes Author AIM it was printed a glori bus jagClcvela d Leader The way of It Its very queer that when people get rich they either have no childre- or they dvit seem to care for them Thats not strange When peopl get rich they cant think about any thing hut their ancestry posterity doesnt bather themPhiladelphIa Press His Opportunity JonesHow do you expect to hear what the party at the other end of th line says unless you hold the receiver to your ear- SmithI dont want to hear Its m wife Im talking to and it isnt often get the chance to do all the talking and none of the listening TitBits Ethyls Beau GrayceWell Ethyl has had her lines out a long lime I see she has finally caught something GladysYes but I hardly think she caught it with a line It looks more qobsterpotCourierJournal Given Away Did the father give the bride away I should say he did He got rattled and what d6YOU think he said as he1 handed her over to the groom What It more blessed to give than to re ceive Cleveland Leader The Latest Heroine SmithMrs Jones is certainly a re narkabl3 woman Mrs Smith In what way Smith Why she admits that she doesnt know as much about running her husbands llus ness as he does Chicago News Notice All parties knowing themselves indebted to Sidney Green deceased either by note or account will please call and settle same at once All parties having claims against said Sidney Green will present them properly proven to us on or before the 1st day of November 1905 C A GREEN AND up48 J C MCELROY Admrs of Sidney Green deceased ITS SO GOOD AND PURE That Its Use Soon Becomes A FAMILY HABIT Parncnmph Introduced Into the home soon becomes u family habit because it sun be used with such pleasing results for so many purposes that It does not take long for every member of the family to find out Its unusual merits No remedy for hurtn aches sores und pains comes so nearly being every boys faithful friend as Para cauiph Containing no poisonous drugs or Narcotics It can be used without danger by either child or adult Being a cooling Hoothlng external remedy no harmful results to the stomach or nerves attends Its use Paracamph cures fathers rheumatism and rests and soothes his tired aching feet It cures Mothers Neuralgia and Tooth SlsterScoll111lexionLittle Sisters chapped hands lips and DIgBrotherLittle Brothers Bruises Scratches BubysCroupor Burning Skin The tIe is a fountain ofipy to which eyerII one can apply for relief from all aches and pains Do you keep In your house If not why not Y itI need it every day and should it taU druggisthesitate take home a bottle bottlesjTbe c 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 Hillon 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 ears old fQalbyOne bay mare and colt 7 years old in horseOneOne sorrel mare 2 years old in foal by jack oldecolts Four milch cows steersFourOne yearlingheier Fifteen head 80011 butcher heifers Twentyfour stock ewes and two goo eighteenpigTwohogsA TERMS OF SALE All sumo of 10 and under c hallover on a credit of nine months with interest from date of saleIS P DERRINGER Sr R ONEAL Springfield Market latenme per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 8c Spring 2Hc IDucksfEBRSFeathers 4Sc per pound Flour 2SOto Ginseng 750 per pound OatseSHe to Lard 12Hc per pound Lime 90c to Sloo per barrel pcIr PotatoeSfCountry OnionslWSalt145 S185 per barrel Turkeys5c per pound Tallow k per pound Vinegarsic to 4oc per gallon Wool Barry and greasy 14Kc clear of grease 20e tub washed 28c Country Sorghum loctooOc Geese 40c a peice Onion SI SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLOSS JGoddard Grundy Valley Hill has for sale three Duroc boars C L Grundy Springfield R F D ShorthornH F Litsey R F D NcCX h for sale four sews and pigs Springfieldwheat and two No1 good mares 500bushelsMrs Sue Knott Route 4j has for sale CountyMember JfamiMr H S Litsey Route 4 has for sal sixteen good nativebred ewes t William S Albers the American citizen under arrest in Costa Rica has been sentenced to three years in prison An appeal has been taken Lazy Liver Suffering the misery and agony that come from your liver being tryingtolief that you will be all right in a day or twoare you deliber tely neglecting the of outraged lDgtheleg that you dont need medicine- If you are the sooner you commence the use of Dr CaldwellsLajtattom Syrup Pepsin the better it will be for you yourliveryourliverBoth you and your liver will be better livers than ever- DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druggIstsYour j If It does not benefit you Your postal card request will bring by return mall our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to those who have sever tried this wonderful remedy Bendoday PEPSIN SYRUP CO- iMutlllrI10a1s For sale by TheRed Cross Drug store r it 9 JtI The I Reason weDOcontract for work get our prices on TINNING and PLUMBING Are q You Stoves Al Right Examine the pipes and grates and see if do not need work Remember we do this kind of workatverylowprices dPRITCHARD WEEKLEYtSPRINGFIELD KY DK MILES AntiPam Pilla amf Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills Cure Headache Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also relieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci guePainsdown pains Indigestion Dizzinesa Nervousness and Sleeplessness I isasNervePain weakeningipfluentheat mental effort colds in dictionor any cause that depresses excites or nerves So sensitive are they that the least pressure or strain causes suffering By sooth Ing strengthening and quieting the nerves Dr painTheybox wider a moneyeMILES MEDICAL CO Elk LxL ISpecialSummer Excursions VIA ILLINOIS 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