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Digital page images are linked to the text file. mt rjnfii th1 f DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY li I4 IILUME L SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 J 1905 MMMtEI4i MINIMUM I PRICES Rep rtedatTobacco t Association Covers Grades of the Product in States InterestedRecom mendations Expectedc tt to Be Approved GREAT RESULTS ARE PREDICTED Owensboro Kam October r19u1 be fibeve that the meeting of the National Growers Association in Owens bpro will revolutionize the tobacco trade It may not come in one year or two years but it is sure to come n The above was the statement of a prominent tobacco grower tonight and It reflects the sentiment of the entire delegation in attendance at the na tional meeting of the Tobacco Growers Association The committees on prices tate tonight finished their reports which will l e presented to the convention in the morning It is not thought that there ports on the minimum prices will be changed in the slightest Clarksville Tenn has been selected as the next meeting place The con vention will come to a close tomorrow iiight with an address by the Hon Ollie M James of Kentucky Tonight John Allen ot Tennessee delivered an ad dress at the court house to a large crowd During the day J B Killebrew 14f Tennessee a special government census agent recently appointed ad dressed the convention The minimum prices fixed by the committee from the various States follow Green River DistrictDark tobacco grades A B and C leaf and lugs 10 grade D leaf and lugs 8 grades 0 and H leaf arid lugs 8 all trash 5IBurleyLeaf grade A 18 leaf grade B 15 leaf grade C 13 Jeaf grade D 11 lugs grade A 10 lugs grade B 8 lugs grade C7 trash grade A 5 trash grade B 4Henderson Stemming Type All Tobacco North of Tradewater River Leaf grade A 9 leaf grade B 8 Jeaf grade C 7 leaf trade D 5lugs grade A 8 lugs grade B 7 lugs grade C 4 trash grade A 3 trash grade B 2All Tobacco South of Tradewater RiverLeaf grade A 8 leaf grade B 7 leaf grade C 6 leaf grade D 4 lugs grade A 7 lugs grade B 61 lugs grade C3 trash grade A2Virginia Tobacco For Virginia Stem ming GradeTrash lugs per hundred 2 Jugs class B 5 lugs class A 7 short leaf 8 long leaf class B 10 long leafs class A 12 Dark tobacco trash lugs and nondescript class B5good lugs class B 7 good leaf class C 9 long medium leaf class B 12 fine long leaf class A 16 Bright tobacco floor scraps 5 dark lugs class B 9 bright lugs class A 12 Dark types class B 10 bright types class A 14 thirdgrade wrapper class t11 secondgrade wrapper class B 25 firstgrade wrapper class A 35 Wisconsin TobaccoCigar leaf tobacco average 10 Delivered in bun dles good merchantable condition at warehouse or station in Wisconsin graded as follows Northern counties wrappers or bundles grade A 17 grade B 10 grade C 8 Southern counties wrappers or bundles grade A 12 grade B 10 grade C 8 grad D7Ohio TobaccoBurley tobacco aver age at barn 12 Tennessee and Kentucky Clarksville dark tobacco average 9 The Tennessee committee recom Amends that each section shall have the pri of grading and selling in their respective localities Letter List List of letters remaining uncalleoTfor r weekndingUctober George Atkins Liza Ansburdine Lee d HowardrMrs Maggie Hilton Fim Hoster Hueston Green JY Hutchison Frank bourn W D Logue WA WATERS Postmaster rSubscribe for The Sun 100 year pt Wz lt 3 t fine Stock Washington county has the distinction Of having won at the St Louis Fair the blue ribbon for the finest Jack and Jennet in the United States The Jack belongs to ftV S Gibbs of Willis burg and the Jennet to Mr Mike Makin who resides near town When it is considered that hundreds of animals were shown it must be admitted by all that Messrs Gibbs and Makin have a Jack and a Jennet that can not beimatched by any others in this diplomaasof the Department of live stock of St Louis Exposition DIPLOMA thebreederfirst prize as the best Jack two years and under three the champion prize as the best twoyearold or under and the thebestA like certificate was also issued to Mr Makin bEATHI Of Mr Robt cllvoy One of the Countys Oldest and Best Known Citizens Mr Robert Mcllvoy aged seventy two years died at his home at Willis burg last Thursday night at 9 oclock otAlood poisoning Mr Mcllvoy had been ill for about ten days and his death was not unexpected About two weeks ago while pulling some weeds in his yard his hand was scratched by a briar At the time of course little attention was paid to such a slight wound but in a few days erysipelas pet in followed by a severe case of bloodpoisoning from whichall realized he could not recover Mr McIlvoy was one of Washinfiton countys most highly respected citizens and there are hundreds of people in the county who are grieved over his death The deceased was a charitable man kind and affectionate and was honored by a host of friends Mr McIlvoy leaves a devoted wife and seven children to mourn his death to whom condolence is extended Funeral services were conducted at the Catholic church here last Saturday morning by Father Hennessy and terment occurred in St Dominics inI etery The deceased was a son of Daniel Mcllvoy who came from Ireland to this country in about the year loOO At Private Sale T desire to sill at private sale the following One feather bed 37 pounds 1 bedstead 6 good homemade chairs 2 heating stoves one is airtight 1 large iron kettle some old cooking vessels 3 tables and 2 carpets up50 W C HAMILTON Merry Merry Minstrels The Merry Merry Minstrels will be the attraction at the Opera House Friday 27 It will be the arlow Wilsons Great New York Minstrels andasplendid performance is promised The company numbers forty pf the best vocalists and vaudeville stars of the minstrel world and is accompanied by an excellent band and orchestra This well known organization comes highly recommended yet giving all orf alel the gems of the pld style of minstrels that is so pleasing to amusement lovers of this style The company gives a grand gorgeous and spectacular street parade which takes place ab noon of the day of the engagement All the popular songs dances sensa tional specialties will go towards mak ing up an evening entertainment that will be appreciated by the most fastidious Stock Sales S M Campbell reports the following sales for county court day One pair aged mules 145 one pair 2yearold mules 155 one pair 2yearold mules 280 one roan mare 94 one bay mare 65 one old horse 50 one nice 4year oldcombined horse 125 harness saddles etc from 1 up one nice jersey cow 35 one nice jersey cow 29 one cow and calf 25 one cow and calf 22 j l1nabeliLeeIt rIt agoInr That a maiden lived whomwu may know By the name of Annabel jce thoughtThanI I was a child and she was a child In this kingdom by the s But we loved with a love th itAvas more than love Ian my Annabel Lee IK With a love that the winge seraphs of heavens Coveted her and me m agoInA iUh1g1Iy AFSo that her highborn came rifeT rtg In this kingdom by the sea j beavenVent g f f N Yes that was the reason as all men know J In this kingdom by the seas byInight l But our love it was stronger by far than the love tl Of those who were older we Of many for wiser than we J And neither the angels in heaven above jiw Nor the demons down under the sea Can ever dissever my soul from the i Of the beautiful Annabel LeerFor the moon never beams without bringing me dreams Of the beautiful Annabel Lee eyesOfAnd so all the nighttide Ilie down by the side Of my darlingmy darling +my life and bride Inner there b the seagIn her tomb by the sounding sea EDGAR ALLEN POE WILL I Of Mrs Martha McKenna Probated J In Judge Litseys Court The will of Mrs Martha McKenna was probated in Judge Litseys court Monday She bequeaths to St Rose church 1000 to the Literary Society of St Catherines church 500 to St Rosechurch 300 to be expended for masses to Nannie Simms widow of Pat Simms 1000 to Mary Blandford 1000 to William Eugene Henrietta Craycroft and Lillie Metz formerly Craycroft and Mary Alma Richards formerly Craycroft each the sum of 200 to Miss Nannie Cain 500 to Mary Belle Montgomery 500 to John T Cray roft 500 to Arthur McGill 100 to Arthur Blandford 100 to Father J C Kent 300jtoFathar T P H ennesy 300 to 500y and to my sister Bettie Craycroft the remainder of my estate The Will appoints Miss Bettie Cray croft administratnx without bond and directs that no appraisement be made of her property 10 Card of Thanks I desire to hank my friends and neighbors for their manv kindnesses shown during the illness and death of my mother and to assure them that they will always be kindly remembered C L PKICE Sale or Exchange Owner of a well improved 120 acre hemp and tobacco farm in 6 miles of Harrodsburg offers same for sale at 75 an acre and will take a small improved good farm in Washington or some other county as part pay W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky rt Notice Those who desire meats and ice for Sunday use hereafter are requested to order same to be delivered on Saturday as we have discontinued delivering on Sundays Positively no exceptions this rule Cox MQRAN- G F CARPENTER Series Of Meetings Dr Robert M Hopkins the noted evangelist will begin a series of meet ings at the Mackville Christian church on Friday evening October 27 using the stere opt icon to illustrate hi thoughts Everybody is cordially in vited to attend especially the young people r Program IIThe Fifth Sunday the Central Association will be held at the Springfield Baptist church next Saturday and Sunday The following is the program SATURDAY 10 oclock Devotional Exercises J W Gafnpbell J10 20 0 rganiza tion 1020 to 1040The Present Bearing of the Great Commission R L Pur dom t1040 to llVhy a Cjuirch Building Fund Evan Rogers 11 to 2OSigns of Mission Promise- in Japan W E Selecman 1120 toll 35 How to Interest Church Members in Missions J H Estes 1135 to 12 Signs of Mission Promise m China A Graves AFTERNOON 2 to 220 Meeting of the District Board 220 to 230Devotional Exercises U L Purdom 230 to 250iAre There Signs of the Worlds Conversion W H Williams 250 to 3Why State Missions W D Claybrooke 3 to 310 Why Home Missions B Durrett 310 to 320Duties a Church Mem to His Church Willis fiurdett 320 to 330 Duties of a Church Mem ber to the World C B Pope 330 to 350 Womans Work in the Church J W Campbell 1 SUNDAY 930 to 950 Leading Purposes of the Sunday School W H Williams 950 to 10The Value of Bible Study to the Young J W Bush 10 to 1010 Is the Sunday School out of Date W D Claybrooke 1010 to 1020 Duties of Teachers to Their Scholars C B Pope 1020 to 1030 What Does the Super intendent owe to His School VE Selecman r1030 to 10 0Why Should Adults Attend Sunday School J A BoUt ware 1040 to 11General Discussion 11 oclock Sermon It L Purdom Acquitted Mr A L Perkins has received a let ter from Attorney Will H Talbott at Orleans Ind saying that his sonin killedtoAlonzo Mead at Orleans October 14 had been acquitted by a preliminary court An account of the killing ap peared in the last issue of The Sun and a prediction of an acquittal waS made in that issue Mr Talbott says that the grand jury will meet October 30 but it is not thought that an indictment will be returned as a clear case of selfdefense was made outs The Nebraska Supreme Court sustained the constitutionality of the anti cigarette law BRUTAL MURDER Of a Former Washington County Man In Oakland Cal News has just been received here of the brutal murder of Mr B G Shirley at his home in Oakland Cal on the night of October 7 Tjie murder is yet a mystery though it is said every effort is being made to apprehend the guilty party On the morning of the8th the unfortunate man was found near the entrance of a hotel his head being crushed in several places Mr Shirley waS born and reared at Willisburg this county and at one I time was a stock trader About twenty years ago he left here and the greater part of this time has been spent in California For awhile he was connected with a private detective bureau in San Francisco It is thought probably his death is due to a grudge held against him by some crook whom he had caused to be arrested The deceased was a brother of Mr J W Shirley of Willis- burgCIRCUIT COURT October Term Will Be Short No i Cases of Importance The October term of Circuit Court convened here Monday There is very little businessof importance to attend toand court will probably adjourn the latter part of the week Judge Thur mans instructions to the grand jury were strong and as usual to the point No cases of importance have been tried e most of the courts time having n taken up in empanein87 uries d over preliminaries The followmg the names of the juriors GRAND JURYT James Cull Sr J F Head- J W Funk S C Martin- J W Edwards John Yeager C R Wheatley James Moran B G Matherly Dee Shewmaker- J Rich Smith W S Y Goodlett Foreman PETIT JURY Sylvester Smith A J Bottom H B Mitchell R R Blandford R A Wheatley Joe H Goode Wood Graves William Waters William Lambert James Anderson Thos H Pinkston J A purr OliverSanders W A = Barker S P Baker SC McGill J R Davis W H Mullican H R Thompson W A Smith C A F Walls C F Bosley J A Fields S C Hendren The First Lecture The lecture of ur Edwin Southe at the Opera House Monday evenin was the first of a series which are be delivered here during the winter It is very gratifying to those interested in the Springfield Lecture Bureau that hardly a seat remained vacant Monday evening and that all present enjoyed the lecture Mr Southersns an artist and an orator and his audience w more than pleased with his lecture If I were the Devil People like to hear the truth even if it stings just a tle Mr Southers told the truth tol it forcibly and in a manner which took the hide off Death of a Child A little threeyearold child of Mr and Mrs Sydney Williamson who reside ill the St Rose neighborhood died Sun day night of spinal meningitis This is the second child l4r and Mrs William son have lost during the summer one having died in August last The Sun extends sincere condolence to the bereaved parents SpaldingSmith Nuptials Kentucky Standard Miss Lucy Spald ing and Dr Edward Smith were mar ried at St Josephs church at 5 oclock a m on the llth inst Very Rev C J OConnell officiating I have some secondhand sewing ma chines 2 up j also have some new ma chines GEORGE B TAYLOR 4 t STATE NEWS Sam Hisle was hangecrat Winchester for criminal assault on Mrs Jasper CaselW R Day Republican mmmee for State Treasurer in 1899 was indicted by the Breathitt county grandjury oa the charge of forgery Dr F H Clarke president of the Ktntucky State Medical Association recommended legal authority following examination for all medical practitioa ers in the State Judge Evans in the Federal District Court sentenced Howard C Irwin to three years and six months in the Atlanta penitentiary for passing raised bills The Breathitt county grand jury failed to to return any indictments as to the murder of James B Mawuirr The report said that the evidence wits insufficient Circuit Judge H C Faulkner in Isis charge to the Laurel county grand Jury on the lynching of Virgil Bowers de murderIthan the man they hanged The committee of the National Tobacco Growers Association in session at Owensboro completed its list of todaycthe listrNegotiations have practically bees completed for a site within one block of Fourth and Walnut streets in Louis vile for a new theater to cost 250000 and to be one of the chain of theaters organizedI The present year has been arecord breaker for Louisville as regardstthe holding of conventions of aU kinds It is estimated that 250OOCL strangers latteeiaremonths ir The United States grand jury has returned an indictment against W B Smith former president of the Western National Bank of Louisville charging him with making false entries misap propriating funds and embezzling the funds of the bank in the sum of 168 04727 Smith is in Porto Rico and his attorney says he will be back to stand trial At the second annual convention of the NationalTobacco Growers Associ ation now in session at Owensboro President Davenport urged the mem bers to hold their 1905 crop for the prices tribe fixed by the convention George B Warner who was given the death sentence for the murder of Pulaski Leeds then a commutation to life and finally adjudged insane escaped from the Western Kentucky Asylum near Hopkinsville and no trace of him has been found Campbellsg mentotwo are were disposing of a barrel of moonshine whisky which they had in a twohorse wagon says the Lebanon Enterprise One of the men on the wagpn vas captured The one caught was Doll Bell Greenascounty In order to give an additional oppor provideslthese days are the 30th and 31stpf this month and the first day of November If you have not registered you should avail yourself of this chance Remember the days and attend to It if you want to vote in November The Louisville Heral d sayst funk Hammel of 1207 Dumesiul street was shot and dangerously wounded about 10 oclock last night by George Ham mel his father The shooting occurred in front of the home of the men and the Joy was wounded in the head and the right leg The trouble was cauaed by Frank Hammel whohad been drink ing and when taken to task by the old man knocked him down The elder Hammelsecured a revolver and fired three shots at his son who ran across the street and fell mortally wounded After the shooting the eld cHammtl escaped The ambulance was sent for young Hammel but he refused to go to the City Hospital for treatawnt The wound in the head is directly over tke left eye and it is feared tbt it wilt prove fatal tf ao iI W I t vr i = chr 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1905 H C JId It W T EWING HARRODSBURG KY FW ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A FARM r j A NICE HO ME IN WASHINGTON OR MERCER COUNTIESrikS 1 V- 3ll i 01 IN ANY OF THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES IF so WRITE TO r IPW 7 EllNG REALESTATEAGENCY HARRODSBURGKYI L k ji in tI WT EWING HARRODSBURG KY I FRANK WOODS Dies From Injuries Received in an Unknown Manner Harrodsburg Herald Mr Frank Woods died Tuesdaynight from terrible injuries received in a manner unknown On Thursday night last he was in thet Last Chance Saloon on Depot street and complained of his leg hurting him TVnin the place closed he went out and 4next morning when bbe CareYcame down to open the saloon he found Mr Woods standing holding to a buggy on the street to which there was no horse hitched He was shivering and ap deathtHe asked for a drink of water which washven him He was taken mid Dr Forsythe summoned homeI was found that his thigh was crushed and shattered though were no external bruises to indicate the fracture which could only be discovered by manipulation Drs Forsythe Wash l Carrol Price and Witherspoon a postmortem examination and besideI the hip fracture found that his bladder was badly ruptured The physicians say that they do not see how he could have received such injuries unless from being kicked Some say he might have climbed into the buggy and fallen out of it but such injuries could not have been received in that way In his unconscious ravings he said to his motherHIt is strange that doesnt resent the way thesem LewisI treating me His younger named Lewis He was a son of Mr Archie G Woods and was about thirty eight years of age and was an affable gentleman and had no enemies Coroner Gibbs will thoroughly investigate the case A Judicious Inquiry A wellknown traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has ofte heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they al most invariably recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy The reason for this is that they know there is no danger from it an that it always cures There is not the least in givin it and for Coughs Colds and Croup i is unsurpassed For sale by C J Hay don druggist Poe Does Not Need It The eminent directors whose duty it is to decide what famous Americans are eligible to admittance in the American Hall of Fame have de thcide outside At any rate Poe failed to receive a sufficient number of votes to be admitted while others of vastly less fame received a handsome majority It may be that Poe will be admitte- later But until Edgar Allen Poe is represented by a tablet in the Ameri can Hall of Fame it will be incomplateS His name and his work familiar in America long after scores of others already admitted to the Hall of Fame have been forgotten by all save the janitors of that building n I Ioreo p deI Do professional humorists ever laugh at other peoples Jokes No They never admit that other people can make Jokes New York American IVisits Mothers Old Home Atlanta Ga October 20The President today carried out his longcher ished plan of visiting the home of his mother Roswell Ga One of his reasons for coming south was that he might see the old homestead where his mother spent her girlhood and which she left a bride That the visit recolIlectionsdrove away from the old Bulloch mansion where his mother livedand mar ried the President murmured to Mrs Roosevelt I can hardly bear to leave Roswelllatwho were his guests at breakfast then entered a carriage and was drivenI to the mansion This fine old homestead is now the property of J D Wing a lumber merchant of tins section who lives in it with his sister Mrs Wood the postmistress at Roswell Here he was greeted by two old servants who lived on the place during his mothers young womanhood One of these is Aunt Grace who acted as maid to afterwardnbecame Mrs Theodore Rooseveltand the other is William Jackson who deco rated the mansion on the occasion of the marriage of its young mistress aslbeshook Roosevelttca the attention of the company many cident connected with his mothers childhood Before leaving the mansion he posed with Mrs Roosevelt for a pie tune which included Aunt Grace and Daddy William Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends bu b choosing the right medicine EaH Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffering and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a com odan d nerve trouble and keep them constantly on hand since as I find they have n equal C J Haydon druggist guar antees them at 50 cents A tornado swept through the village of Sorento Ill killed four and injur ing thirtyfive people Forty houses were destroyed Jn Refused To Marry Them Lebanon Enterprise Some time ago William Whitfield a pauper idiot who is receiving an allowance from the State on account of his condition applied to County Clerk Carter for a license to marry Mrs Mary Nalley Mr Carter informed Whitfield that he could not issue a license to him as it would be contrary to the law Yesterday Whitfield and MrsTSfalley appeared before Judge Cooper and presenting a license from the clerks office of Washington county said that they wished to be married Judge Cooper however refused to perform the ceremony stating that he could not do so until Whitfield had been re stored to citizenship by an order of circuit court Both Whiffield and Mrs Nalley are residents of the western part of the county They were accompanied yes terday by two men named Knopp and Martin from Taylor county- It is understood that the couple ap- Plied to the clerk of the Ta tor county court for a license and were refused and then made the trip to Springfield whore they succeeded in slipping up on the clerk at that place who of course did not know the mans condition The Molting Period The Intent of any assistance offered fowls In cnstiiif off the old and donning the new feathers Is to put the fe mules in condition to take up the work of producing eggs through the winter months and by means of forcing the molt this reason la obtained says Ne bnisku Farmer The method employed Is simple in the extreme and along the lines adopt ed by nature an seen when one comes to study the matter Years ago a well known breeder In New York conduct td some valuable experiments along this line and all succeeden ments have employed the principles laid Jownln that experiments4oo 1 with held from the frfwls for a period of about two weeks the fat on the frame to be cousufuedaFol lowing this a system of heavy feeding rich in feather forming qualities employed sad the results have proved r satisfactory The West Virginia station gave the system a test with results thin were t highly gratifying using a pen each of 15toby 100 test no teed except such as they were able to pick up in the run being given them At the end of thirteen days they were fed a liberal ration of mash beef scraps corn wheat and oats The hens ceased laying on the seventh day after the test began At the end of thirty days they had practi thetend of five weeks nearly the flock were laying regularly Other pens of hens allowed to forage and fed regu larly throughout the time of the test were only beginning to molt and egg fewfOn the farm hens are seen In all sometimesodestitute of feathers In the coldest weatheraiHens that do not molt early seldom lay before spring so it behooves us to try some methods of inducing an early molt 1ra IDe Looked Honest Rastus miffl s pose uncle yo wouldnt dun trust me fo some does crabs obI Uncle Snowball Shoo boy I dun be afald to trust no man dat lead Rich an Open countenance as yo got Caught By Red Ink Elizabethtown Mirror The safe of the Sonora Milling Co at Sonora owned by the Nolin Milling Co was blown open Monday night and 2125 taken from the vault thereof The robber effected an entrance into the mill by breaking a window Both doors of the safe were blown off and the cracksman made his escape from the town The Nolin Milling Co offered a reward of 25 for the apprehension of the robber Within the safe there was a bottle of exIplosionwithdrew the money from the safe his handcame in contact with the ink The ink on his hand led to his Constable Bob Francis of Upton andIChurchill Patterson in the the Sonora Mill discovered a man a box car at Upton on the following morning and effected his arrest He gave his name as George Brown The telltale ink was found on Browns hand and on the money found in his possession which amounted to 2115 he having spent ten cents for pears BROOK VILLE Mrs lola Sweeneyand Miss Bertha Sutton visited the family of YoM Sutton Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ethel Pinkston is visiting her father this week Mr Wheeler of Birchwood is very ill at present 1sMisses Verrja Rodgers Artie Sutton and Nora Cheatham were the guests of Mrs Maggie Rodgers last Wednesday night The family of W M Sutton visited at Willisburg Thursday Miss Jessie Noel visited Misses Artie and Olive Sutton last Sunday Miller Birch and wife are visiting Dr M W Hyatt at Springfield Mr James Oder and family have gone to Newport where they expect to live in the future The little daughter of Mr Ed Mont gomery died last week of diphtheria Miss Hester Noel is visiting at Ta tham Springs this week William J Bryan delivered an ad dress in Tokio and was Count Okumas guest at luncheon i A Thanksgiving Pudding Just shelve yours for a season while you try this one Pour four cupfuls of hot scalded milk over one and onefourth cupfuls of rolled common crackers and let stand until cool Add one cupfulof sugar four eggs slightly beaten one half of a grated nutmeg oneteaspoon- ful of salt and onethird of a cupful of melted butter Parboil one and one third cupfuls of raisins until soft by cooking in boiling water to cover seed and add to the mixture Turn into a slowlyfvothe first half hour of the cooking to prevent raisins from settling This pudding may of coarse be made a day or two in advance and reheated for Companionfor rs r I y Old But papa he says he cant UTe without me Give a new one I told that same story to your mother Brownings Magazine The ashes of Sir Henry Irving were deposited in Abbey A Daily Paper Free Well not exactly Free but the next thing to it What do you think of this offer F F e s The Springfield and Chi cago NationalDaily Review I a IT10e t8rTII us Westminster Fer 50 SI A YEAR longwePay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of it The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is a phenomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper printedin large type hasthousandsnext few weeks by means of an arrangement with The Sun and other newspapers such as we have outlined above everyweek thefaQ1i1yday gives its readers a magazine article by one of the high class special writers on its stafft NATIONALDAILYnew subscribers to The Sun who pay a year in advance and all old sub REVIEWfor r DMyNewspaper Address TilE SUN Springfield Kentucky THE SPRI NGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY OCTOBER 5 1905 T 11111 YOUR RI Hc GA LJl h Nowis the time to give us your order You now we handle the best goods McCl reWeIIs The Farmer WillL find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etccomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing t The Hagan Gasoline Engine fiThis It keeps arunnin gasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a time when budging Worryand KrMG1ureL I In818 111 T cl 818 818 81 Pet Goes Wild o Harrodsburg Herald An unusual example of the length oftime life can be prolonged without food or drink oc curred this week on the Charlie Robin son farm near town Mr Edgar Sand ers who is living on theplace missed a fine hog seven weeks ago The ani mal weighed 170 pounds andas no trace of it could be found when its absence was noted it was supposed it had been stolen or driven away by accident with some hogs which were shipped about that time Monday the children of Mr Sanderswere playing near the house when they heard the grunt of a hog and upon investigating discovered the lost animal caged in a sink hole It had been there seven weeks without food or water except what ran into the hole during rains The animal was found to be in fairly good condition in spite of its long fast when it was dragged out of its prison but it was stark mad It had been raised about the yard and was gentle in the extreme when it disap butnow it has to be confined 1and the sight of a human seems to turn I 1rgainsqpikehandsomely r railroad station and new flour and grist mill over river from farm with good trade Bothfarm ami mill for1200- 0cash964 acres with 5room ho Fe good land nearMackville 23009G1 acres on county road near Mackville Cardjwellfarms highly improved both bargains at price S60 an acre310 acres Mer cer county farm as good as any 100 land ce 60 an acrel00 acres inI two miles Harrodsburg on pike a barI gain at price 60 an acre171 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre 216 acres Mercer county splendid pro1 pikexr properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky OQOQoooaooo 00 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown 4 Mandso me Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 it into a savage In other words it hasI gone back to tbd wild state and unless good treatment and plenty of food retstore it to its normal condition it will have to be killed noII1r acf Lot Tommy Grandpa will you please blow this candle ou- tGnt1llpftYbI Tommy Tommy Beeiuse I heurd pa say wo get 2000 wlieu you snuff out How to Cure Corns and Bunions dlwaterclosely as possible wi houl drawing blood and apply Pain viporouslforlivecorn plaster should be worn a few da to protect it from the shoe As a ge era liniment for sprains bruises lame ness and rheumatism Pain Balm is un Iiaydodaggist 600 Given Away Weeky Courier Hen IThe paper wants to share t of this prosperous year with its It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging f om 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen ents of 30 and 20 to be given in States of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Vi ginia and Alabama The plan is fa and simple Write to the Journal Company Louisville Ky f a copy of the Weekly CourierJournal al giving full details it will be sent free IIITES Cream Vermifuge THE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC or THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO For sase uy CoJ Haydon Springfield t STRIAGHT TALKMIS- tt MISS ALERT WATHFULNESS y Blessings How often we are prompted to writ our own little experiences And Ia doing so hoping this may benefit others Only a few days since driving with dear friend we were discussing affairs in general relating experiences etc andat last the subject came up with us Qothhadelsummedwe would like mariaothers agree tIre thathann t your blessings I once before heard discontented voice sayMine are soo counted And I really expect tha voice is the echo of many complaining hearts To me it is startling to note how seldom people are conscious of their actual indisputable blessings And yet how bountifully those simple uponIsaddest of us alii Those who groan under the bur gen of multiform sorrows are usually so absorbed in their personal afflictions that they let the scales God placed in every human hand drop from their nerveless grasp and forget to balance the fjood gifts granted against the seeming evil perm ttedf Stop now and see if any of you can call to mind a single being so perlatively miserable that in his saddest past most sorrowful present most me acing future he can thcountthe uncostly qui scent easy gratitude of mere recogniti n It is a useful a holy n heartexp nding practice to sit down daily and ponder over and count up the manifest b essings which are ac corded us Try tht experiment doubter and see if it be nc t so That which we would miss if we did not possess that with which we we uld find fault if we were deprived of that which we enjoy even tho unconsciously justice commands us to class under the head of BLESSINGS Let us look at a few of the least rareIf the day is bright the air is bracing or balmy are not BLESSINGS You rebel when de ied them If pleasant sleep visited your pillow is not that a BLESSING How you would have murmured had you tossed on your cduch all night If you are free from bodily pain is not thata blessing Do you not complain when you do suffer If you have food and shelter for the day and some hope of it for the morrow are not THOSE blessings Lacking those would you not be wretched If you have patents or children wife husband lover friend to make you rich in affection is not love a blessing Would you not be miserably poor in spirit without love If you feel the refreshing charm of a good book a sweet poem a delightful piece of music if you have listened to an eloquent discourse that has made some grand truth clear to you if you have enjoyed the society of a pure hearted or intellectual person if you have received passing token of kind ness from a friend a letter from some beloved but absent one a bit of atl vice from some wise counsellor are not all tl ese undeniable blessings And yet theylare hut a fewa very few of the myriad bWssings which might be eau meratcd as so common and so liberally disP giviing m name every hour of our lives pass them by without thanks without thought without recognition So letus who hopeto escape the sin arid penalty of ingratitude to resolve that one of our daily s beto SEEK OUT and SUM UP errch days blessings and engrave them rttr ooccocccoooooooooc OCOCOOO finTemptingJ APPETITEhIt is unnecessary to dwell upon the good qualities of the OysterheThat would be a waste of justtroralso FreshFisti Besides I have a lot of delicious CountrySorghum A lot of the very best Pickling Vinegar TI Irvine McElroy OOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOO t faceably upon memorys wall The every habit of it will multiply their num 11br as well asincl ItasetheirvaJjuewill wake some the rdownaray ru gloom a The Lecture Season At one time the lecture stand was closed to all but the professionally ectbut thank goodness tis not so now The only objection we have to it 1is the selection of the night a mistake gentlemen in not havingi 1tprevents them from returning to in time Certainly this is a schoolI mendable move What tertainment will be gathered by multi tudes from the lecturers of merit In structionr and amusement combined cheerful and elevating and leaving no miqdiEquallyold and to both sexes the lecture will stand a formidable wall between the public and exceptionable resorts and recreations Much pleasant sociality will be engendered and much profit able fore and after discussion of the lecturers and their themes Better thoughts will be stimulated and higher f purposes conceived The autumn and winter evenings will pass merrily with e lecturegoer and when the season is over he can well say I have had profitable and memorable entertain ment Verily if the lecturer be equal to the needs of his audience he is worthy of his hire and may count his future success certain if he be sounding brass he may as well retire forever on his first failure- Johnnys t Excuse Tenclier Johnny why are you so Jg oormitas to your history lesson KidWell teacher 3ou tolil inc that Ignorance was bliss Another Shooting At BalltoVvn Kentucky Standard A affray occurred at the home of Jo Auberry in the Balltown section last Saturday night According to the meager information obtainable John Culver went to the home of Auberry and became He bquestedrofusefito do Auberry then attempted to eject Culver when the latter drew a revolverand fired the charge taking effect in Auberrys right thigh inflict ing a painful wound Culver then made ills escape and has not as yet been arl rested Farms For Sale A good farm near tiillisbut tobaccobarnwatered Price 2500 Springfieldkind 50 acres tobacco land 80 acre farm located near Springfield on pike lays well and mostly in grass good 8room dwelling tobacco barn p Srringfield I buildings Land Ins well b grass30 acres firstclass timber landi For further particulars call upon McELiiov WHARTON Wanted Hides I want to buy hides of all kinds Re mcmbVr I AM PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES M H JONES Tried To Kill OveF a Dime J Lebanon Enterprise Fred Burt ridge a young negro Monday morning shot at Tom Ray also colored at the Lebanon Lumber Companys plant over the latters refusal to pay a dime Some Seasonable AdviCe- It may be a piece of superfluous advice to urge people at season of the ear to la in a of Chamber sill s Cough Remedy It is almost sure fmuchsults are obtained when taken as soon thascan only be done by the remedy widelyknownone should hesitate about buying it in saleby hI 4z a al8 JDON T CRY t1 J T A ride Bronze Turkey Cock 1here bronze turkey cock Perfection reproduced from American Agri culturist weighed fortyseven pounds and scored OS points at the age of three TUKKET COOK PERFECTION years lIe won first prize at the New York poultry show In 1903 and wen again the following year He was bred and is owned by George Wolf of Seu eca county N Y anti is consdered by Last Hope Vanished When leading physicians said that W M Smithart of Pekin Iowa had for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave He savs HThis great specific completely cured me and saved or sure preventive of Pneumonia Guarante ed s The Hen For the Farmer There Is rio place where poultry can so Immlleil as to produce a profitable erg production luring tIt winter months On the other baud there are thousands nutkhic a living front NP Ing one or more of the stsmlnnl bred varieties of liens for the production of fresh laid eggs rlifch readily sell in the city AntI town markets at exorbi tant prices during the winter month With this Indisputable evidence on ev ery skit we are nt n loss to understand how it can be possible for anyI twit living upon a farm to stand lutelyfln his own light and the abSOI able production jf fresh laId J winter by keeping mongrel hens Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Lnstycnr I had a very severe at tack of indigestion I could not sleep at night and sufferedrmost excruciating three hours after each meal troubled this way for about three imohths when I used Chamberlains and Liver Tablets and received immediate relief says John Dixon Tullamore Ontario Canada For sale by C J Haydon Qru istt J Rs You wont believe what a great dif really good flour makes un- ou try our KENTUCKY STAR Bran No excuse for worrying along with an less than the best for the best is more expensive than the other kinds and it does more and better work Nows the best time to try it Chaplin Water Fewer MllirMliriT B SUTHERLAND Proprietor f ILL MEND YOUR EYE If your glasses are lost pairIfone to do ittuntil you have to You neednt weep at all about your eyes while Iam an optician My glasses cure defects as well as aid the sight When I serve you its saving your eyes Try Me IIJames JEWELER Graves bcsttbronze vanIisbed contsider Haydendrugstore rihnhenf1hntIIprofitable Astonishing v v vv v i Peoples Deposit 8 Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1S89 8 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERSg entVIcePrMldent J A Bouhrare Cashier Cashierj 18J yr Satterty T 3L Blanford o Your Banking Business Satisfactioni oooooooooooooooooooodoodob aaannonoonaennaTHE FIRST Inifn SPRINGFIELD KENT CKY rwritxa ifISurplus and Undivided Profits 25000 OFFICERS Q Bl L Utsey President S nOo L B Cola Asst Cashier 0R E Pester Beekkeeper DIRECTORS B L Ll J XT Lewis a Sid ey GreeR F Y CampbellnR H Edelen H X a Jao O Polio n a We grant every favor consistent awith safe banking If you have not already an account with this a bank we invite your patronage a ooQnQnonn QQO OOOOOOOOOO A ALA ooooooQO 8018 HAYDON THOSiPSONt v 0 wMiMMwn LIVERY FEED AID SALE STABLE l Springfield Ky MenIOGGOOCGGGGGOGCGCCC ooooo oo croc cc YOUNEEQIT SALVE CURES onneedit Salve manufactured by Dr W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence ofits won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefitedthepast- year This ia a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sate By All Druggists WTflOMAYHodgenvilte Ky OIOOIOOaffff y Ir 1- rrTr7 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 251905 V SPRINGFIELD SUN rr Wednesday October 25 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance- J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months LiThree Months changedalwaS youWishDEMOCRATIC TICKET Coosrr JUDGE B L Litsey COCSTY T1OR1EYT S3Iayei COCSTT CLERK F Booker REPKESEJTATIYE W DC1a = lSBElUFFJ S Osbourrie Deputies H Bs S J Anderson Ed Masters and Herbert Eddleman RcPJamTC p TOF SCHOOLS J W Bush JAILEB GeoD Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CoaoEEr M Mont omert MjusisTRATEWT 1i Mudd District No 5 John O Polin District Xo 6 John W Gordon Dis trictXo COSSTABLE F W Key District No W T Comstock District No 6 WHAT MORE CAN YOU EXPECT ASK OR DEMAND i In our issue of week before last we published the cards of Mr W F Neikirkf the Republican nomi nee for County Judge and Mr C R Filiatreau the Republican nominee for Sheriff announcing their withdrawal from the contest and we very much hoped thatI with the withdrawal of these two gentlemen who were the only Republican nominees that there would be no contest in this coun ty at the November election Mr J R Wharton has been nom inated by the Republicans for the office of Sheriff and a race is now inefitable We do not believe however that the people of Washington Bounty are ready or willing to make a change in this particular office The adminis tration of public affairs in Wash ington county for the last eight years is beyond criticism and certainly unexcelled in any county in the State What more then can any citizens expect ask or demand In ourcomments ofa few weeks ago upon Washington Countys Democratic administra tion we never spoke of any of its officials individually but have always referred to the work accom pushed by them collectively yet it must be borne in mind that the officer of Sheriff has played an important part in bringing about the magnificent financial showing that Washington county now has In December 1898 H B Powell one of the candidates for Deputy Sheriff was then the Sheriff of Washington county Ed Masters candidate for Deputy Sheriff was then a Deputy Sheriff for Washington county and J S Osbourne the present Democratic nominee for Sheriff was also a Deputy Sheriff for Washington county It was at this time and it was these gentlemen with the assist ance of our present Sheriffwho was then Deputy for the first time in our countys history made a full settlement with both county and State on December 1St of the year in which the taxes were collected and on the 1st of December of each succeeding year up to the present time our Sheriffs and deputies have made the same prompt settlement with the County Treasurer This prompt settlement and payment of the countys funds has made it possi bee for the county to meet its obligations promptly and to put its business anon a cash basis and when ve say that the office of Sheriff of Washington county for the last eight years has been bet ter conducted for the interest of wastBefore it is certainly as a compliment as can be paid to any county official when we consider Washington county has in the east had among it office holders many of the best Sheriffs in the Stdte against whom no criticism has ever been passed POLITICAL DARDS Over in LaRue county the Republicans have nominated can didates for County Court Clerk and Jailer and their cards which appeared in the last issue of The LaRue County Herald are of suchan interesting nature that we print them below 1 desire to announce to the public that I am a candidate for the office of County Clerk and that my name will appear as the nominee of the Repub lican party and will be found on the respectfullyregardless of political affiliations If elected I shall give to the people the best and most respectful service that is in my power DJTHURMIINJr I am a candidate for Jailer of La Rue county and am the nominee of the Republican party my name to app pear on the ballot under the device of the log cabin I shall greatly appreciate the support of all voters of the county of any political faith and I be elected to office I shall give to the discharge of the duties thereof the best ability that Ipossess JOSHUA REDMON Observe that Mr Thurman announces that My name will ap- Pear as the nominee of the Re publican party and will be found on the ballot under the log cabin I respectfully solicit the support of my friends regardless ot political affiliations etcetc It will also be noticed that Mr Redmon in his card announces that his name will appear under the device of the log cabin He like Mr Thurman says that he will appreciate the support of voters ofall political faith If these two candidates wanted the support of all vpters of all politi cal parties why didnt they get themselves under an independents dvicesay the picture of a hog Then if they should be lucky enough to secure a sufficient number of Democratic votes to win they would not place these Democratic jyoters in the light of helping to elect a straight Republican and the voters in after years when they were accused of voting the Re publican ticket could tell their friends that they did rip such thing that they once voted the independent ticket Come out from under the eves of the log cabin gentlemen and then possibly you may be able to pre suade a limited few of your best Democratic friends to vote for you A newspaper tells a story of a father who shot his son because the son slapped his mother Its a terrible thing fora father to shoot a son its a terrible thing for a son to slap his mother The boy who can prove ungrat ful to his truest friend his most devout lover and worshiper his mother is the meanest scoun drel that God Almighty ever per mitted to feast upon his sunshine and air He ought to be shot but his daddy ought not to do the shooting I BUY jv + C C McCHORD The following is from the Shel byvile News The worst monopoly doing business- in Kentucky is the express compan- yIt charges what it pleases serves when it pleases and does as it gener ally The City Council of Shelbyville imposed a license on it in common with other concerns doing business there and the company retaliated by adding a cent to every package delivered there There was some doubt whether the Railroad Commission had power over express companies but Chairman McChorddecided that it had and on being appealed to the Commission di rected the company to remove the extra charge It refused to do so1rat when the matter was about to come before the grand jury and many indict ments seemed probable the company took water and decided to remove the extra charge And thus has another grinding monopoly been brought to- ay This is only one of many hun dreds of instances in which Mr Mc Chord has come to the rescue of the people He wont stand rightHeand other large corporations as some people have said he has never at any time treated them unjustly or unfairly but he has always demanded that they must not treat the people unjustly or unfairly And thats the sort of a man Kentucky needs at the helm of the ship of Statea man who will compel the corporations to treat the people right andwho will compell the people to treat the corporation right A FAIR QUESTION If you were to go to a member of the Republican of Washington county and skhimI to cast his vote for Sydney Os bourne for Sheriff he would doubt less imform you that he was pres ent when Mr Wharton was nom inated and participated in the meeting and for that reason if for no other he felt honorably bound to support Mr Wharton He would also doubtless feel a little hard toward you for asking him to violate his pledge He would have a right to feel bar d toward you because it is no mall matter to ask a man to violate a promise But you have just as much right to aska member of the Republican committee to voter r Sydney Osbourne as a Repub lican has to ask Democrats who participated in the recent primary to vote the Republican ticket The Republicans haveall of the best offices at the disposal f the National Government Indeed with the exception of a very small sprinkling they have allof them We all admit tha they are entitled to them They have the postoffices = the still house places the clerkships and hundreds of other fat jobs D you as a Democrat propose say by your vote that you toI them to have the county offices in Democratic counties President Roosevelt has dealt a deathblow to civil service And whats the difference Let it wriggle awhile and die WWW i A Large Consumer Of oalti t is often troubled by the frequency with which he has tofill up T again The coal bin empties quickly when it has been filled with poor coal Just try a few tons of our COAL iIsused and is giving satisfaction in many homes in this city New say it is the hottest and cleanest they ever used 4 IPRODUCE M H Jones i- + tfit r i- c I GentlementlS I gI H 1 G I H JiARTI LIT HIj 1NG If 30u are Particular about the Style Shape and Fit of your Win ter Suit Overcoat or Raincoat irou have been having your clothes made to your order or in other words you are hard to please then you are the individual to whom we would like to show and talk to about HIGH ART CLOTHINGAll we ask is a few minutes of your time to dis cuss this matter of GOOD CLOTHING Boys Clothing Boys offers some Special this seasiH Ask abut j them the fa l xt z r CARDWELL s Iw L Graham was called to Sharps vile Sunday to be at the bedside of his sister Miss Emma who is dangerously 7ill Mrs M E Perkins visited E T Perkins last week Those from this place who attended the Allen G Edelen sale at Burgin last Thursday were Cyrus and W L Graham Robert Noel and E T Perkins for a week therefore we much news this week but hope to do better next time jljL HOld Brother heeler as he is his daughter Mrs Birch near iI1is1 Thursday and was buried at years old BornTo the wife of A L Graham on the 17th a boy Irvine Adkerson and wife visited at Mrs Sis Royaltys Sunday Stock Sales At the sale of Allen So Edelen Thursday cows brought from 43 to 6750 weanling calves 50 weanling colts from 150 to 35750 yearlings from 75 to 550 aged mares 150 to 300 mules from 125 upone pony 255 Jacks from 200 to 31750 Shetland ponies from 50 to 125 Capt T 5 English of Danville and Mr Kidd of Lexington were the auction eers J A Kyler bought a fancy mare from Mr Sanders at 350 He now has her in training at T Perkins bought of James Mob ley one fat cow at IJc E G Holliday bought of Willis Riley a launch of heifers at 2Jc and two from D Riley at 2Jc he resold same to W S Gibbs at2Jc Perkins Brown sold to Wade Gib son 1 threeyear old horse for 100 Mr Cook of Lexington bought of W S Gibbs three jacks and one stallion price private He also bought of R L Parrott a nice jack at a fancy price Mr Cpok left for Perryville Monday night and expects to buy several more jacks before he returns home S H Gardner bought of B Lawson 182 acres of land at 22 per acre and 25 acres at 19 per acre also bought of Mr Lawson 40 stock ewes at 425 per head Mr Gardner and family will go to Mercer county December 1 to reside He and are good neighbors and we regret to see such people leave the county LONG RUN mon at Jensonton Mrs Lucinda Blacketer spent Monr day with Mrs Paralee Cocanougher were guests of Mrs Mollie Coyle SunI- day visited at Mr B M Coyles Sunday Mr M D L Cocanougher was at Mills creek Monday on Miss Gertie Coyle was the guest of returned home after a visit at Brumfield Miss Josie Coyle of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday Melvina and Lucy Young spent Friday withMrs Lillie Carpenter near Enido H H1 G H ARTT H N G 4 Iou Clothing Department Attractions inLL Robertson Bros T awayt ofoalIIwho Harrodsburg- E toIIwifei terIibusinessI weekI Notice Taxpayers and State taxes for 1905 areICounty must be paid at once After December 1 penalty will be added All persons owing back taxes must settle or their property will be advertised for sale My term in office expires January 1 and all business must be settled BYRON CROAKS S WC INotICeIAli parties knowing themselves in debted 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 I Mineral WalerI t ITI duringIkind you want at Red + Drug SfC t SMOCK i HAYDON f r L P J h f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25f905 ANNOUNCEMENT FHavittgttgbeensolcitedby friends Republicans and having ithendpromiseserviceearnestly I J KCTLEDGE WHARTON r Local News Notes pfairSTRAY CALFI took up as an estray about July 1 a red yearling steer Owner may have calf by paying for its keep and this advertisementJ Mr W S Gibbs sold a twoyearold jack toJ B Smith of Lexington veryfinebest twoyearold jack A cheap counter for Saturday Oct 28 a pick of items from the whole andlargeDont LoSTA small old watch between the old tollhouse 7on the Springfield and Bardstown pike and Springfield Has name Miss Annie Cooper i the back Return to Sun office and receive reward Dr William H Crawford of Lexing ton and Miss Nancye McElroy of Lebanon were married at the home of the bride last Thursday r SALE POSTPONED The sale of the residence of the late Sydney Green advertised in The Sun for October 28 has been postponed Another date will be set and announcement mad through the paper BOUGHT FARM Mr Luther Burns bought the Gribbens farm near town at public sale last Saturday Mr Burns paid 0000 per acre and is considered a bargain as the farm Is a good one Stock of all kinds sold a reasonably good prices My advertisement in last weeks Sun brought double results ectedEvery proposition submitted in the advertisement was filled to the letter and custo mers were pleased and bought As one remarked I know a good thin wjien I see itP J THOMAS GOOD YIELDMr Walter Humph rey of Frederickstown thirty three pounds of Irish potatoes in a hill in which he planted two potatoes A this rate it wouldnt take but an acr or so in potatoes to make a man th Potato King of the world HOME GROWN LEMONMr S H Bishop informs The Sun that his wife has grown an exceedingly large lemon the past summer The lemon meas ures twelve and onehalf inches in cir cumferance This is outdoing Califor nia and Florida but thats a very small thing for Washington county to do COURT DAY CROWDAn unusual large c towd attended Circuit an CountylSourt last Monday Considerable stock exchanged hands and the day was a fairly good business day Another very pleasing feature of day was the noticeable lack of drin ing which indicated that the candi dates were not pulled too hard Hanjlofcrop to The Sun 14measureseleven and a half inches Both gether weigh just a half a pound T w beans for one messsounds a littlequeer but theyll make a potful TAETEDThe Sun has received quite a number of pen and ink drawings or cartoons from Cleavie Graves a young colored man who resides at unquesethe proper sort of training there is no doubt that he would develop into a car toonist ability We will tfe glad for people to call and see this work Ware told that the young colored man has had quite a number of his cartoons ChicagotIT WILL PAY YOUIt will pay you to advertise in the Subscribers Free Column There arefew instances in deed that an advertisement appears in this column that fails to bring results Mr Sherman C Martin recently adver Used for sale twenty shocks of ugar cane and he informs us that he sold thenasecame to see wanting to buyI Try this column with an ad and you wiU be convinced that adver tising pays GAME LAWForthe benefit of those who might conclude to indulge in a NOIvewithnsuch intent or have the same in his possession after it has been killedor caught any quail partridge or pheas ant between the first day of January and the fifteenth day of November of each year The law protects squirrels and rabbits from September 15 to Nchvember 15 of each year OLD COPPERS Mr A C McElroy showed The Sun a few days ago some old copper half cent pieces which are 1801e1851 in 1828 and another in 1J333 On the last named arethese words half cents worth of copper Mr McElroy also has a cent and a quarter which is said to be worth considerable He informs us that Mr Fred Hagan also has a cent and aquar oftthese in existence now and they are thought to be worth something lessI than 200 ELECTRIC LIthTsThe Electric Light and Water Company have been having trouble with their engine for thegon several nights As soon as some repairs arrive for the engine we will have lights to burn in Springfield The Sun is not aware of any kick on the of the because of the buttSpringfieldepony here ISnot one of the very best ilnothinIt is hard to find another town in Kentucky that has as little trouble as Springfield in the matter of lights LebanonjtThe Enterprisp says that to have an ice Plant if theNwaWrcan be found of right quantity and quality onylast Saturday which is a stranger in this section It was on exhibition in The Sun office last Monday and attracted the attention of a great many measuredkabout thirtyeight inches ins a vicious bill and is ready for a scrap at any time Mr Cheatham shot the bird l butonfy produced a slight wound or in other words just winged it He was turned loose in the printing office but became so intent upon fighting everything and everybody that we had it in a However before peoplet0who came in to pay their subscription to The Sun took fright and hastened to z J I II IHidesI want all kinds of hides and furs Bring them to me and get cash for them For the extItwo weeks I win PlY 92 x For Green Beef Hides Or 1OcFor Salted Hides Bring them to m- eJonesM H l 1- r LJr f There Are Few Things More Interesting To The Buyer Than A House CrowdedwiBargains I CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN OuterjsalesOnSKIRTS We are haying a great sale on skirts the reason is plain pricetIlerlOr prIce SILKS AND WOOLENS ofthedressydressers qualityandevery point of view they are preeminently right i SEE OUR OF BUGGY ca another part of the town The only person bested in the round with the feathery Mr Cheat am In his buggy to The Sun office He in some manner let the bird get in a lick on his nose which caused the blood to flow freely for several minutes Somebody suggested that the bird is a water fowl and mistook Mr Cheathams nose for a turtle The October term of the Nelson Cir cuit Court convenechat Bardstown last Monday WANTED Two good farm mares gentle Must be recommended W C HAMILTON Springfield Ky NOT OF SAM BLACKS MURDER Verdict of Acquittal In Case of William Britton andluther Herron 4 Harrodsburg Kyot f4 The jury today returned a verdict ofnot guilty the case of Policeman William Brit lack the night o August 10 The trialconsumed five tinda half days and was one of the most sensational ever known sere Six lawyers were engaged in the prosecution The case was given to the jury at 7 oclock last night but they did not return a verdict untiHl oclock this morning l Clarence ily beauty doctor advised me to take long walks for uiy com pl fon do it Clarence Naw Hid me val t do for me Philadelphia Bulletin A I have with me for a short while Prof G H Watson the celebrated photographic instructor of St Louis Mo Those who want pictures will come at once I make p specialty of enlarging pictures A lifesize 16x20 picture from the negative for Common sense teaches that a picture enlarged from a negative will be better thon one enlarged from another pictur Let Agents alone and deal jat home with a man you up50 Lif 3 k THEREFORE just at this the DoubleStore is an exceedingly interesting place We have the bar able space and We are going to have the house crowded with buyers as soon as the ne w siB spread and its aspread mg ROBES u OOO O eooo Ori- tt Per oftal I e n Visitors In and Out of TownA itR und Up of the Weeks p l Personal News Miss Susie Pope visited in Lebanon last week Mr H1sf Moss was in Louisville last week Mr Joe Price of Owensboro has returned home tMr Nick Bay of Lebanon was here last week Mr R H Edelen Jr of Bards town waS here Sunday visiting relatives here Mrs T Scott Mayes was in Louis ville last week = Mr Joe Spalding of Greensbiirg spen Sunday here Mrs Charles Clements of Leba non isvisiting friends here Mr H S Fowler was in Bloom field last Friday on business Mesre H MGrundy and J Y Mayes were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Tommy Hamilton of Freder ickstown was here Monday Fred Mangate of Louisville spent Sunday with friends here Mr Henry Hurst of Louisville visited friends here last week Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon spent several days here last week Misses Katie Cain and Flora Mudd were in Lebanon last Week Miss Margaret Russell spent Sun day with her parents at this place Mesdames J C and H B Mc Elroy spent Saturday in Lebanon Mrs H C McIntire has returned d home after a visit to Meade county Miss Mayme Philips of Lebanon is spending a few days here this week Misses Elizabeth and Margaret Leachman are visiting friends in Louisville MrS J Y Mayes and daughter Miss Sadie were in Louisville last week Mrs James Wharton and daughter Miss Kate entertained at euchre last Friday Misses Eliza and Eddie Mullican Lulie Waters and Mary Sallie Carrico attended the mission in Lebanon last weekMiss Mary Hamilton of Fredsricks town is the guest of Miss Sarah Simms Mrs Nannie Simms has returned home after a twoweeks stay in LouisvilleQ Mr H P McChord who has been in Lebanon for some time spent Sun day here Miss Pearl Connor of Fredericks town is visiting Miss Fannie Smith this week Mrs Jennings and little piece Marie Burton of Danville haVe re turned home Messrs Winchester Philips and Clarence Litsey of Lebanon spent Sunday with friendsr Bardstown visited at the home of Mr Dudley Tapp Sunday Misses Eddie Shader Sarah Sjmms and Fannie Sniith were in Lebanon several days last week J BED COVERINGS Father Time is rolling cold weather thf way and we are s LADIES AND CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR We have ladies and childrens Winter Underwear in qualities and at prices to suit every buyer Come jnand see this line jFLA ELmS We are showing an extraordinarily pretty line of Flan especiallyCLOTHING DEPARTMENT Onr Clothing Department is crowded with bargains as is also our Shoe Department LINE Grundy fileIntire monsterwas GUILTY with1th xStuyvesnnt Celebrated Photographer direct 200 K- NOWEACOX time gainscrowdedcrowdedinto Notes 0QOsQOSfOO tMr ofe disturbing350to1000 =Misses Ella and Charrie Thompson have returned home after a visit to friends in Owensboro Mr G E Medley is at home for a few days from a business trip in the northand east Mr and Mrs S H Bishop spent a few days in Louisville last week visit ing friends and relatives Auctineer S M Campbell is in Burgin where he will cry 3i sale of a large livery stable outfit Mesdames W D McElroy and Gee Colin will give a parcel shower to Miss Mary Lewis this afternoon Miss Kate Mayes has been ill for some time with fever and it is feared that she may be typhoidf Mr and Mrs William Bell of How ardstown are here visiting their daugh ers D3 Booth Carrico and Mrs Joe Willettk Misses Susan Penn Alice McElroy StithIThompSOn Rose neighborhood who has been in Louisville undergoing treatment for a cataract has returned home much im proved Miss Mary Lampton left this morn atfatendltomorrowMr Pat Lydanne of BredKenridg county is here spending a while with friends and relatives Mr Lydanne resided in this county a number of ars ago but for the past six or sevenI years has lived in Mr butjismonths deft Sunday for Versailles where he secured a position on The Woodford Sun Mr King is a gentle man of the old school and while in Springfield made many warm friends who regretted to see him leave He is a good workman honest reliable sober 1883 and industrious and will always please those for whom he labors WlllisBUi The weather is cool arid it begins to lark like hogkilling time The farm ers are still sowing wheat and the indications are that a large acreage will be i s awn 0 We are sorry to report the deathof Mr Robert Mcllvoy who died at hiS home last Thursday evening at 9 oclock Uncle Bobu will be greatly missed as he was loved by all who knew him We join their many friends in extend ing condolence to the bereaved ones The deceased was seventytwo years of ageMrs John Reynolds and Miss Sallie Hendren spent last Thursday and Fri day at the home of W T Wells Miss Eda Gibson visited her aunt Mrs Martha Grider MissPearl Barr spent last Friday with Mrs W S Brawley Milton Grider and wife visited the latters parents last Sunday- J W White was in Lawrenceburg last week on lluSiness Richard Rileys sale which took place last Thursday was well attended and everything welL Hallas Hickerson spent Sunday with his Cousin P C Shewmaker G W Shirley and wife spent Sunday with Richard Pinkston and wife Miss Verna Rodgers spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Fen wickMisses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong were the guests of Misses Mayme and Lula Merritt last Sunday Oscar Shirley visited at the home of Merritt Hungate A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Buckleas Arnica SalveUA deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele painPhysiciansArnica Salve quicklyhealed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store Putting Up- Prescriptions I is an adjunct of the drug business that we are specially fitted for No one ever yet complained of our prescriptions Fem STcOeople Recover whererecovecYo owe life and improved health to our pre scriptions Bring them to us and isafe beI ESTABLISHED IN sold Haydons Pharmacy t T 4 11 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 251905 Convulsion FitS the- nEpilepsy Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in brainwreckingdiseases reason to believe that even the most hopeless cases can be benefited if not fully restored We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many vho now enjoy the biessing of health after years of hopeless sufferingp a son that had brain fever when two years old followed by fits of pronouncedincurable for him without relief After about fifteen years he became so bad that we sent him to Longcliff hospital for the Insane at Lo nsport Ind He was there nearly three years but he con L broughthimcondition He had his mind almost entirely He hardly knew one of the family could not even find his bed was a total wreck He had from 5 to 10 fits a daY We were urged to try firstbottlefor the better We have given It to Win ever since and ho has had buttwo very light spells since last August 1903 and then was not well other ways We pronounce him cured as he can work and go anywhere If any ous concerningthisE II BUXNELlv Lincoln Ind yourrfirst bottle will benefit If It fails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind OQQ a aa-eOOOOOOOOOOQQQ What will You READTHIS WINTER You will SaveMoney Ry selecting vour f reading J matter ji from The 7 IT Suns Club it s 5 bing list a THE SUN AND Both pa per yr Bryans COmmonerL 75 Weekly COurierJournaLL50W- eekly Louisville Herald L25 American150We- ekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 Semiweekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly StLouis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World L75 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside t 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 IJppincotts Magazine 285 s lagazine1 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South150- CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES = The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday6 40 Same including Sunday 820 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 7J The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six r months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 I The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 00 Address The Sun Springfield Ky 0000000000000eoOO MARK5 SCINCINNATI fr BQotsShoesRubbers Cut LustWur Ist SsIMa a B c Boaas 1 RYQUNG FQLKSX J THE STRINGIA Simple Little Trick Which Slnr De 3Inde Verr 1uxxlliiB This Is a very simple trick but liy performing it swiftly you may surprise and puzzle a spectator very much Wind a plbce of string about your thumb thus Let one end of itJA drop between the thumb und forefliiger of your left hand then wind the other part which you retain in your right hand two or three times round your thumb next make a little loop Bi with the same end which hold between your finger and thumb Now let go the end C and take hold of the end A which you must hum left about six or eight inches long ABBAXGEMENT OF THE STRING and you may make a spectator fancy you pass it through the loop and take hold of it again when so pasied through in the twinkling of an eye To increase the surprise you may make the loop as small as possible This apparent piece of manual dexteri ty Is performed by passing that end of the string marked A as quickly as pos sible around the top of the thumb so as to come between the forefinger and loortnndend through It much to the wonderment of the audience at the seeming Impossibility of such a thing FORCE OF HABIT Grandpa Skoea and a Little Sermon For GirlH nod Boy Ned was watching grandpa put on his shoes Why do you turn em over to shake em before you put emong be askedaDid 110 said grandpa Why yes you did but I didnt see anything come out I have to shako the sand out of my shoes most every morning Grandpa laughed I djlnt notice that I shook my shoes Ned but I got the habit of shaking my shoes every time before putting them on when I was in India Why did you do It there- To hale out scorpions or centipede JltinButyou dont need to do it berp for we dont have such things I know but I formed the habit and now I do It without thinking Habit Is a queer thing isnt It said Ned Its a very stroni thing said grandpa Remember that my boy A habit Is a chain that grows stronger every dnyundft seems as if a bid habit grows stronger faster than a good one If you want to have good habits when you are old form them while you are young and let them he growing strong all the while you live Mayflower A Monument of Gold If you should be fortunate enough to take u trip to China and visit Yang tse you would see a monument of which the Chinese are very proud Well they should be for It Is the only one In the world of its kind It is of pure gold and because of its great value is attached to the roof of the pa goda where it stands with heavy chains of strong Iron Tills monument is an object of great curiosity and because of its value being worth a million dollarshas to be guarded night ami day lest robbers take It away Several attacks have been made upon the Brahmans who guard lt but far it has been bravely defended by them An Olmtnele Game Who cim tell what an obstacle game is It Is great fun Set stools chairs tables anything that Is an obstacle in the most inconvenient places In u room Let those who are to take part In the game have two minutes to get their bearings Then they leave time room and come back In a moment blindfolded In the meantime nil the obstacles have been removed but the warning cries of Look out and the absurd attempts of the players to remember where the obstacles were make much rim A Problem In Three If three little houses stood In a row With never a fence to divide And if each little house had three little maids At play In the garden wide And If each little maid had three little cats Three times three times three And If each little cat had three little kits How many kits would there be And If each little maid had three little friends With whom she loved to play And If each little friend had three little dolls In dresses and ribbons gay And If friends and dolls apd cats and kits Were all Invited to tea And If none of them should send regrets How many guests would there beT CHOICE MISCELLANY Our GlnwejiK In China Chinese merchants when liuestloned as to tile real difference benween the WIll root from Klrln anckilic cultivat ed variety from the United States ad mit that the difference is mostly im aginary but that sluice the Manchu nun ginseng comes rpm tile emper ors mother country and from the same soil out of which liethc SOIl of heaven sprang the Chinese regard it as iu finitqly more elllcaclous as a nourish ing medicine and as aunf giving remedy than ginseng from any other part of the world could possibly be Foreign ginseng American is more easily crumbled than the Man churian which Is very hard semi transparent and so shaped as to resem ble the Chinese character for man the root being forked The strange form of the root so like the human body renders it more vain able in the eyes of the Chinese This qrtIltrinD ginseng No great quantity pf any medicine that sells for 205 or 280 an ounce can be suit In China where the amount of money per capita Is so small So it is that they turn to what they call foreign glns nghthe American as cheaper From a Report by United States Consul Cloud Haugchow The FinK Fremont Unfurled Locked up in the vault of one of the banks of Redding CaL Is a flag that is second In historic Importance to Cull fornians only to the Bear flag that Is so jealously guarded by Pacific coast pioneers The flag referred to Is the one that General Fremont unfurled from the summit of the JRocky mountains in 1841 when he and his small IJUrtr were on their way to California before the Mexican war The banner is the property ofP M Reardon managing director of time flub ly Bill mine at Delarnar It was given to him a few years ago by Mrs Fremont herself It was iiiade by her own hands on the eve of her husbands pathfindlng expeditions the west The flag differs from the ordinary emblem only in the Held on which Is wrought a large American eagle done In embroidery of greait delicacy and beauty About the eagle are clustered the twentysix stars that in 1841 rep resented the states id time Union On the reverse side of the flag Is pinned u silk scarf bearing the Inscription In golden letters Rocky Mountains 1S41Seattle Times HafltttoncN and EKK There is some strange relation between hailstorms and poultry or be tween hailstones and that fuse beIimIever there Is a hailstorm when teiller plants are cut to death and window glass is shivered the hailstones are Lalways the size of hens eggs Nobody ever heard of a hailstone the size of baseballs walnuts or potatoes or the size of macadam rocJ golf balls toma tobs lir time fist but ever and always the size of eggs eggs vary hi size YttXo chicken would think of pointing to It cackling lieu and saying Sill lays eggs as big as hailstones There really shouldbe no comparison between hailstones and eggs A show er of hailstones it a work of nature while a shower of eggs Is apt to bo a work of ill nature Vashlngtou Star Early Hoiirn In Vienna Until quite lately the usual dinner hours were from 4 to 0 oclock tills latter being quite tlie latest and most fashionable time for everybody boxes at the burg and tIme opera nnd these begin at 7 and have to be over by 10 us that Is time charmed moment at Which all who do not live in Il house of their own have to be back unless they wish to be mulcted of the sum of 10 kreutziM Every porter clones his door punctually at 10 and time 10 kreutzers are his perquisite When Home years ago the question was mooted of putting back the closing time toll oclock there was a revolt among the porters mind till authorities to give lumLumdy Paget in Nine teenth Century Child MurrliiKCM In India fRecently at the Caxton hull West minster Sirdar Arjan Singh address ed time East India association on ly Marriages In India SIdar ArJJSi SIngli raid in India people married In childhood sometimes in Infancy and not rarely the promise of4narrla o was made before birth If a girl was unmarried jut twelve she was regarded aa disgraced and her father as a sin Her About 400000 qhildren In every five years were married when under five years of age Many girls then married became widows while still ba 11For small children and flue misery ot widowhood In India was inconceiv nlle to the European mind London Post The Kaisers Black Diamond A memento of the kaisers recent ilt to Morocco Is a splendid full blood negro of gigantic stature whom th emperor brought home with him frc m Tangier The negro was selected fo the imperial guards on account of hits great size Othello was deslg na ed as tambourine rb1tns he had been used to flowing Arab attire lIe took badly to time light tunic and still worse to his Jingling hand Instru mept with which he publicly rapped the bandmaster on the head during his Jlrat performance i The Moor has now been withdrawn from the bond and the emperor Is pondering what to do with his black diamond f1 WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen yon want to have a Job of work aone Iiavo it done at home If you go away from home to buy or if you go away from home to have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or tho home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will riot misrepresent his goods to you ho has known you for years he is your friend he doegnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your moneout at home and it may comeback again but send it to one of the big mall brder houses and it will bnySftcent cigars for some millionaire in a European homo The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfieldand Washington count by honest and honor able men When you want to make n 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 mallorder liouse 1RY HAYDON BARBER DenIers In groceries Hardware Harness Etca HAGAN BROTHERS i Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc vGeorge B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T mine McElroy Pealcr In Fancy Groceriesand Produce fConrad Hertlein t Baker and Confecffoner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty CJ Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils VarnishjToilet Articles TableI Incoming Trains Arrives at Arrives at Bardsrown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leayes Bardstqwn sBardstown Junctn Arrivesat Louisville issued head an an in is made in is in summarily Government partmental in it prejudices ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Clothing Shoes Etc Ha Vegetables Ice E Leachman Dealer In Furniture Instruments JjJames J Repairing Done on Short Claybr oke Mclntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing and Shoes McEIrpy Dealers Hardware Stoves Etc JII Ed line Clocks Lalld N Railroad Time Springfield Leav only 735 650 600 DailyNo 525 m 703 t Daily 43 pf m In 930 730 only 715 a m 935 845 705pm 50 410 220 4dO p mi 545 p m Do Not Neglect Cold Every cold Weakens the the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY CURES Coughs Colds Sore throat CoughBronchitisEVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO DOES NOT CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH SALLIC LOCKBAR Goldthrltt Ttxt says We- bavaujtsl JtnUur lf Syrup In my furnllr years and It nlunjxjrlvenBtttUfuotlon When the children had and Wlioopliifr It abvuy relieved them at once and 1 would not be wlthqut It In tho home as It la the BEST we know of Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed THREE SIZES 2o SOo and 91 OO BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY UAtDON Springfield Ky rRoosevelt Annuls Civil Service Washington October 17 President Roosevelt today t6e following sweeping order When the President or of executive department is satisfied that oflncer or employe the classified service inefficient or incapable and that the public service will be materially improved by his removal Avill be without hearing but the cause of removal shall be stated writing and filed When misconduct committed the view and presence of the President or head bf an executivte department removal may be made and without notice No one faroilialr with de work the men charge of and the jealousies and t iDry Goods C W an Dealer In Groceries Beer Etc W Carpets Musical Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler Notice Grundy Boots Shultz InITinware M Russell Jeweler Fine Watches Silverware Etc Suny No 91 825p ml t a 617Ie 755 No 1240 1100 a Suny No 90 800u Daily No 4L 552P Daily No44 120pm a Lungs lowers paving the TAKE OPIATES CONSTIPATE MRS llorehound for sivenit Croup Cough MKDICINE Best C t removal such bickerings in the department will hesitate m deploring this order of the Pres ident for summary dismissal froin the Government of employes by the Presi dent or by members of his Cabinet It is a direct and square blow in the face of the civil service law for the reason that the power is certain to be shamefully abused Hundreds of men will be kicked out of the service without any explanation except that they were inefficient when as a matter of fact they were dismissed because they had perIor department or what will more often happen objectional to one of his pets Rhode Island Republicans nominated a State ticket headed by deorge H Utter for Governor Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY SnabIeprices AD work guaranteed ffice over Haydon Barber Dr J11M1Bvri n RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain v CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY AH Dental Work Strictly First KyOffice BED LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELDr KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachnsetta Mutual always reliable theworldDr J H LAMPION OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR JC MH SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY a OFFICE OVER C J BATOOJlS STORZ Office Hours 12 Me to H t DrJ IL Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan Block Up stas Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSf TELEPHONES Day 49 Iffrt T SC6Tr MAYES AZYATLAWa Springfield Ky WashingtorzanadoiningcouuitieshL Courts C C McCHORD ATTTATLAW t Springfield Ky win practice in aE State and Federal Courts Wd CfcAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts oC Wash Appeals J E SELECMMI ATTYATLAWf Springfield Ky WashIngttQandadjo HtE WALTER ATTYATLAW SprinCTeld entucky Collections a speciality Will practic in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties t S M CAMPB- ELLAUCTIONR Springfield Ky specialtyiable Phone 54 iOO9 Qaa oaoa HAYDON THOMPSON URdiriakirs aNd Emlutaws Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full Ime ofBurial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidne IO0o aa4nQeaaoea- Tobacco Farm For Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suthr etlands mill Washington countYcon taining 50 acres Farm on a room house stock barrt oed orcMn welL Fifteen acres of this land can br alsoIasand is well fenced Will be sow at q isfactory price For further partic call on or address r S H WEEKLY tf W T COMSTOGX THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1- 905tn f 0 x t- J + Vote For fHi lL t S Osburne- t t 4 Democratic Nominee Sheriff Washington County Election Tuesday November 7 F l t 2 r i t itf Jt t jo f 1 hw l DEPUTIES rii 5 ED MASTERS BRACK POWELL r SAM ANDERSON HERBERT EDDLEMAN i k r h w ae e eaeae e e e eOe e e eOe eneae eaeOe eOe e o e eiie e e e e eoe eo Oeae e eae eaeaeae eeaeoeae enene e e eoe 0 eo eO elle oelleo e 0 e oe 0eo eo eoeoeoe oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo eoeoeoeoeQeoeo eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeleoeoeoeoeoeoeOreoeoeoeJf i ltc OVER S6OOOO INDEBTEDNESS PAID r L r FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY OUT OF TAXES COLLECTr ED BY THE PRESENT DEMOCRA TIC NOMINEE FOR l SHERIFF AND HIS DEPUTIES 4 Oe aeoeae eaeaeaeaeaeaeae oe eoe e e eoeoe e eOe e e Oe e eoe eoe e eoeoeae e e eoe eOeaeae eae eaenenene e oeQeoeoeoe eoeoeoeQeoeQeoeoeoeoe eoeoeOOeOoeoeoeQeoeoeoeoepeoeoeoeoeoelleoeooeoeoeoeoe geoeoeoeoeo o oeoeoeoeoeoeoeo dAs a Plain Matter of Business Can You Affordv To Vote Against Such Men 11 lbbbb bb bbOOO ooo 000000 000 ooooooo o ooooo d o a o d bOOOIIbeeoeoeoeoeoeoe oeoeoeoeoeo reoeqeoeoeoeoeOeoeOeoeOeoeo eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOeoeoeocoeOellaOaOaOaQeO eoeoeoeoeQeieQO cf Sr t fU4i v iWouldYour Discharge Him 5 1 i ll From The Sun of Oct 18tTV r If you had in your employ a collector who had in a few years collected enough of your outstanding accounts to pay ffa mammoth indebted r ness for yousay over 60000 could you be induced to discharge him and employ a new hand at the business unless the old employe had been guilty of some flagrant breach of duty Suppose some fellow should come to you and ask that you discharge your collector and put in his place an other man what would you think of such a proposition Certainly you would think it an absurd one That is Just what the Republican party of Wash t ington county is asking the people to do when it asksthem to vote for its nominees for sheriff r j t 1 ry iI j i t i k c uP ch i V Lij f t ar r 7 ii J 4pf 4 r L i7 i t x THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 25 1905 tt+ + Hawes Ratts lOOK WELt WEAR WEll ARE STYLISH jS3W 4 xtiziizviziixiittitnziixizi- t t TEXAS Born To the wife of C P Goode on the 20afine garL Mrs Samuel Brady is very ill at this writing Mr and Mrs John Peterson and P C W1 Peterson Jr have returned home after a pleasant trip to friends and relatives in Anderson and Nelson eountiestQaughte1fMrStives in Greene county t Mrs Smith of Spurlington has returned home after a visit to friends at y this place- Mrs Jacob Peterson who has been veryill for the last few months is im proving rapidly i Mrs M H Coyle of Springfield is the guest of her brother near here Mr Tom Lawrence is on the sick list f The oneyearold child of Charlie Drugan fell from a rocking chair and the result was breaking of the childs arm Just above the elbow It is suffer ing much pain iGrand Hayes and family of Marion county visited his brother Mr T A Hayes here Su- ndayDYSPEPSIA Almost ev ery other man and WOe I manyoumeet flicted with this terrible disease in some stage until it ac quires full strength and suddenlys- eizes them in the most violent form Is your ap petite fickle you suffer with fre Client headaches and dizziness and dimmed eyes Do you lack ambition and energy Do you toss and tumble at night unable to sleep These are allsymptoms and forerua seers of this disease Act at once Commence the use of Dr CaldwelTsLaxatlot Syrup Pepsin which will instantly check the progress of the disease and ultimately eradicate all traces of it from your system DRCALDWELIS SYRUP PEPSIN the greatest preparation ever offered Jbr dyspepsia It acts instantly restoring every affected part to uatural life and vigor DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN tan be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists Your money will be refunded if it does 2ot benefityou ii Your postal card request will bring by return ttail our new booklet DR CALDWELIS BOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to those who have ever tried this wooderf- ireedy Dpltnow PEPSIN SYRUP CO MMtleelle IIUnsIs fStfii ly lid Cress Dug Stare jl 4 p ++ tTheIU Well + Dressed Man + + MUST LOOK TO HIS HAT 4 MUSTLOOKTOHISSHOE y tShOesbetter perhaps noneas t titTheyEasy + + 3 1 5 i LEACHMAN I Chamberlains muLw Cough RemedyT- he Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy Is famou for Its cures over a large part of the civilized world It can always oe depended upon It contain no opium or other harmful drug nndmay bo as oonfdently to a baby to an adult Price 25 cts Largo Size 50 eta HILLSBORO We are glad to say all the sick ale getting along very well Mr Tolls Griffy and family of Tat ShieldsIMisses Eva Inman and Oph Settles SaturdayiCornishvillejMr J C Denton of Grayson county andMr Baker of Indiana visited Mr J Mi Montgomery the first of the week Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong and Maymie Merritt attended church at Willis burg Sunday Mr SabV qouiterand wife spent Sat urday night latters parents j Mr and Mrs J M Shields Meeting clsed at this place last Wed ncsday night withtwo additions Mrs Anni Montgomery spent Sun day Mrs J M Mont aftemoorwitb Eva Inman and Ernest Shewmaker attended church at Mackville Sunday nighfc George Dean and Erastus Shields at tended church at Willisburg Sunday night Quite a large crowd from here atten dd county court Monday We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Robert Mcllvoy We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones Mr Larkin Dean sold a horse last MontgomeryiIMrs Charlie Lewis and daughter vis ited Mrs Lucien Pinkston Saturday SUN 1 tr rW q f A P Is CHAPLIN Left From Last Week Mrs Min Broadhurst of Winches ter is here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs C W Rush V Charles Dawson has returned from the West While gone Charles visited Denver and then interesting points in Colorado also spent several weeks in Missouri Miss Mary Neale of this place and Master Roland Murphy of Bloomfield were the guests of Grace and Ray Sutherlandat River View last week Miss Artie Robinson has returned to her home in Lawrenceburg Mr and irs Snider accompanied her and they will attend the street fair at that place vhile gone Mr Henry Sullivan is now in the ank here Mr Dallas Huston has purchased the- o arm Mr A B Carter We are glad to have Mr Huston remain in this ommunity The meeting at Mt Zion under the care of Rev Maxwell and Rev ORear is still in progress Our schools were closed last week so that the teachers might attend the In stitute held at Bardstown The lecture which was to have been given Saturday evening has been postponed on account of the illness of the lecturer Mr W M Rush Mr Fred Grigsby wife and sister Miss Cokendolpher of Springfield visi ted their parents here Sunday Mr H E Roby of New Haven was here Saturday and Sunday The farmers have been very busy lately sowing wheat Quite an amount has been sown The corn crop isa bumber crop this year and of fine quality The market will open at 30 or 35 cents per bushel- SYCAMORE VALLEY Left From Last Week Rev C C Allen is conducting a protracted meeting at Hillsboro L Mrs Martha Snyder and Miss Bessie Perkins were the guests of Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong Saturday night and Sundays Miss Matte Settle attended church at Willisburg Saturday night Miss Mamie Merritt spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother at Willis burgMr and Mrs Sam Montgomery Miss Hattie Settle and Mrs Pearl Arm TrWe are sorry to learn that Miss Lula Colvin is very ill of typhoid fever Rev T C Allen Miss Hattie Settle and Mrs J D Sutherland spent Mon day with Mrs Sam Montgomery- Rev W E Sutherland has returned from a several days stay in Warren and Hart counties Rev Allen and Mrs Marshal Keeling attended church at Willisburpr several days last week correspondentirom Frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C G KingsNewwrites that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store guaranteed Illinois Clntral Railroad 938OOaLouisville to California aiid Oregon Correspondingly Low Rates to Other Points iq the West and Northwest Daily to October 31 1905 Low onewayand roundtrip rates to points in MISSISSIPPI and LOUISI ANA and low round trip rates to points in ARKANSAS INDIAN TER RITORY OKLAHOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each monthCheap excursion rates to HOT SPRINGS ARK via Memphis Only line running personally conducted ex cursion sleepers from LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS Farming In The South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company is issuing monthly circulars concerning Fruit Growing Vegetable Gardening Stock Raising Dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every far mer or housekeeper who will forward his name and address to the under signed will be mailed free circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive For rates tickets etc apply to the nearest railroad agent or address F W BARLOW D P A Louisville Ky 4 fr p p f Mr Litseys New Volume CourierJournal The Race of the Swift is bya young Kentuckian who is rapidly rising into renown Edwin Carlile Litsey will be remembered as one of the authors who shared the first prize in the Black Cat competition of 1904 and as the author pf numerous sketches that have appeared during the past few years in the firstclass maga fines This volume contains some half dozen stories of wild animals and birds that for interest truth and trsjgic possibili ties have never been surpassed In im agination they equal any animal stories hitherto published with the exception1 perhaps of the Jungle Books in work manship they show a finisli that be longs only to the careful artist of ex perience and geniusI The stories as stories will be read for the keen pleasure U1 give but the discerning reader will mote the crisp description of nature in her varying moods beautiful violent aim but al ways a paramount influence in the high tragedies of the wild things of wood and air- Some of the stories appeared in Les lies Monthly and Field and Stream but three are entirely new These are The Robber Baron a powerful story of a hawk The Spoiler of thq Foldand The Guardian of the FlOck All beat with the pulse of life and even when actual tragedy does not form the ending the reader knows that in all the lower animals it is inevitable and so accepts it Mr Percy de Long the popular drug drummer from New York is In our mldstBaltimore American Springfield Market Bricon Hams 15c Sides 12Hc Beeswax 221c per pound Butter loc to 30c per pound ChickensHens 8c Spring the Dried 5c V zDucksSc f Corn JleaJ5c to SOc per bushe- lEggs17c per dozen Feathers 48e per pound Flour82SOto Ginseng S750 per pound frrnhi Wheat Wo corn Oat- sHideGreen to 9c Lard 12Hc per pound Limo to Sloo per barrel Mill products =Bfan loo sh ps tuff 5120 per pounds Potatoes Country roc Onions SlOO SaltS145 and 31i tier barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow Ic per pound 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cures givingitHaYIdonA fortune In Duties Washington Oct 17SecretaryS- haw and the Collector of the Port at SanFra fofs troubleIpublic has known nothing and it was gifted yesterday when the Secretary was told by President Roosevelt to col lect the legal duty on all dutiable artticles brought back to this Miss Alice Roosevelt The total of tjj duty is expected to be nearly 60000 The daughter of the President has received during her trip to the Philippines China Japan and Korea many pretty and some quite valuable pres ents Some of the customs officials sug gested that Miss Roosevelt ought to be allowed to bring the valuables in duty free inasmuch as she was treated with the honors of a princess and did much to cement friendship between the United States and foreign countries The belongings of crowned heads of- 1oyaItyand diplomats are thusadmitted duty free into the United States Secretary Shaw received suggestions until he Was almost sick All that stood ouf before this official was that the presents had been reported as worth probably 100000 and if the usual rate of duty were imposed it would cost Miss Roosevelt and her father up wards of 60 per cent or 60000 r i- Neither Miss Roosevelt nor her father isIown IFinally Secretary Shaw took hisbur President and told him about it There is only one thing to do replied the President That is to treat my daughters baggage as you would the baggage of any other private everyiMakes Soft Smooth Velvety Skin RevH Pimples iIMles ui 1aekheadsrA Kentucky chemist has succeeded perfecting a preparation for beautifying remarkableincovert has already become extremely pop thoutislurking a If the pores are inactive and till to their duties naturally the general COMe piiaipiesblackheads creams lotions and so called beautifiers as a rule have a tendency to close the injuriousbut isParacamph appliedroesing muscles stm 1atin the circulation macing IvelvfeedSt1tase cells which produce the i iRDontis guaranteed to be perfectly haratleat a l 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