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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tpriug itlb uUi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t t I VOLUME1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1905 NMIE1 41 1 A WordWith Voter The official vote shows that from 1890 to Republica-ns were successful in every contest made by them in this county In 1897 however Democracy triumphed and at revery election since that time Washington county has been found in the Democratic column We desire to ask the calm deliberate and thinking voter this question Have you any reason now or have you at any time since 1897 had any reason to regret that the Demo taatic party has been in charge and control of your public affairs Is it possible for any man no matter how strong his political convictions may be to look over the splendid achievements of the Democratic party in Washing ton county for the last eight years and regret that tbtt party has been in pj w er Or IB possible for him to desire at this timeadwge in the present splen did inanAgMMMt of county affairs As stated tajSit last weeks issue the work tu5r sheriffs in Washington 1ountyjSthe last eight years was never SiijSTIi il in the history of our countySiw not surpassed by the record arti by any sheriff in the Com monwealth and it must be borne in mind thatthe conduct of the office of sheriff has played a conspicuous part in enabling the Democratic administration to make such a splendid showing in the management of our county affairs In fact it would have been im possible for the county to be out pf dent today if the sheriffs of the county rliednot been so prompt in collecting the revenue for the county and in mak ing such a vigorous fight to reduce the delinquent list We do not believe that our Republi Girl Captured Harrodsburg Herald Last Friday young Tom Stevens arrayed in gala attire of a prospective brid theI and driving a swift Kentucky dashed up to the West Point school house and like young Lochinvar who cameout of the West got his sweet heart Miss Neva Felly a pupil and before any one could hinder or prevent they were off to Parksville Arriving there they purchased tickets for Jel lico where they intended to get mar ried Miss Lillie Cocanougher the school teacher notified the young ladys father andhe telephoned from Perry ville to Junction City where Miss Pelly was captured and taken back to her father Young Stevens like a philos opher swallowed his disappointment and said as he had already bought his tickets he would get the use of one of them anyway and went on to Jellico He has learned a thing or two about the eloping business and will not be f001ed next time Young Criminals Harrodsburg Herald William Kin kead a sixteenyearold white boy was sentenced Tuesday to four years in the penitentiary for breaking into and robbing the house of Mrs Cummins in the morih end of this county He is a lad of prepossessing appearance and ow ing to his tender years Judge Bell suS- pended the sentence and hi a few well chosen words of advice sent him to the Reform school at Lexington in- Stead of the penitentiay John Marshall a sixteen yearold cole ored boy was given four years in penitentiary He slipped his fathers pistol out of the house last summer and went to Salt river to bathe with seve ral companions Thinking he had fired all the loads out of the pistol he snapped it at one of his companions who fell dead pierced through the heart Ow ing to his youth his sentence was also suspended and he was sentto the Reform school Plans have been accepted by the Lin coln Savings Bank for the erection of 41 twelvestory building at Fourth ave nue and Market street Louisville to be completed within the next eighteen months Subscribe for The Sun 100 year can friends could or would pitch al fight on personal grounds Then this being true there must be some other reason for a desired change in the office of sheriff If it is desirable and for the best interest of the taxpayers lof the county to elect a Republican sheriff then why is itjnot also desirable and for the best interest of the county that the Republicans should have nominated and elected a full ticket but in convention they declined to nominate candidates for any of the many offices except county judge andsheriff We beleive that that convention was sincere in declining to make another nomination and in looking to the inter est of the tax payers of the county we believe that that convention felt that the best interest of the county could be served by the Democratic nominees If this is true land the Republicans by their action in convention admit it is then there is not much difference between their opinion and ours They believe in all of the Democratic nominees now but one and we believe in them and in that one also and we know that the best result can always be obtained where there is harmony and unity in action If seven of your county officials are to be Democrats then the eighth should also be a Demo cratso that if there is any failure upon the part of your administration the whole responsibility will rest where it belongs on the Democratic party because it will then be responsible for your county administration and should any mistake occur there will be no possibility for either side to attempt to put the responsibility upon the other side UlLLSBORO Mr Ben Mcllvoy and family visited at Willisburg Saturday and Sunday Misses Maud and Eva Inman spent Sunday with Miss Mayme Merritt rigvisitedand Sunday Mr William Best and family of Wayside visited Messrs L W and W E Sutherland several days last week Misses Claudie and Nannie Royalty visited their cousins Misses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong Friday Mr JB Denton of Grayson county and MrJ JBaker of Indiana returned to their homes last Friday after a weeks visit in this community Rufus Shewmaker sold a horse one day last week for 60 Mr Sam Montgomery and wife spent Sunday with Mr Sabe Coulter and wife Misses Maud and Eva Inman were in the Fenwick neighborhood Saturday Mr Larkin Dean and son Creath visited relatives at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs J M Shields were called to the bedside of their little grandson Claude Ruby who is quite ill of bronchitis IKBirmingham Ala October 24 Secretary Lpeb and Secret Service Agent E B McAdams of the local force en gaged in a personal difficulty this after noon in the presence of President Roosevelt who was the guest of the city for three hours The President had just getinto his carriage to enter the parade and Sec retary Loeb was about to get in with him McAdams not knowing him jerked him aside Mr Loeb delivered a blow to McAdams and McAdams replied in kind with an additional kick when friends jumped between them and explanations were made- I have some secondhand sewing ma chines 2uP also have some new ma chines GEORGE B TAYLOR Lawrenceburg permitted a street fair last week Subscribe for The Sun 100 year That Primary Pledge Some Things Republicans Should Consider Before Asking Dem ocrats For Support The reIproduc first two para graphs of the original for the primary election held in this county on August 6 1904 at whichelection the present Democratic nominees were selected CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY HAt a meeting of the Demo cratic committee for Washing ton county Kentucky held at t the office of T S pur f suanttoca1lonSaturdav May 28 1904 with the following MayesChairman H Milbourne Geo E Edelen Thad Cheatham Thos Gra ham James Wall B B Leach man Otha Adams R D Riley and Marion Cecil all of whom Hvere duly sworn a primary election was called for the pur pose of selecting Democratic nominees to be voted for at the November election 1905 in Washington county for the following offices towit Couri AttorneyCounty Assessor School Superintend ent Representative and Coron or said primary to be held at the usua place in every CountyKv1904 between the hours of 6 pmALLWHO WILL BE LEGAL VOTERS AT THE NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 AND ALL DEMOCATS OF SAID COUNTY WHO ARE LEGAL VO TERS WHO WILL PLEDGE THEMSELVES TO SUPPORT ALL THE NOMINEES SHALL BE THE QUALIFIED VOTERS IN SAID PRIMARY ELECTION f By the terms of this call every man who voted in that primary election pledged himself to sup port the nominees The call not only shows this pledge but the in struction sheet to the voters also contain the same words Under this call no one but a Democratic youth who would be oldenough to vote at the election in Novem T and H will the 7 p m 4 p p Protracted meeting will begin at New Hope Baptist church first Sunday night in The meeting at Mt Zion with several wires to Boxes will be put in this week so our people can go to talking They say there will bea wedding 8 but we will not write it up this week Miss Ophelia Yates has returned from Louisville to spend several days with parents atjjjidway i There was a car load of coal shipped to Booker this week the time we write again we will know who is to be our next Sheriff The train killed a very valuable mare for Richard Smith one night last week W S Goode sold a weanling mule to Judge I H Thurman for 7750 He delivered it last week The camp has been re moved to the farm of J B Hays near Polin The company expects to com plete its work by December 1 Messrs Thurman Weekley and Dave were in Saturday Miss Lelia Wall has returned home from Springfield and is to ber 1905 and no one but a Democrat who would himself to support the nominees had either a legal or moral right to vote and every person who voted in said primarv election volunta rily took upon himself a pledge to support the nominees of that A mans word should be as goodas his oath or- s and we can not see how a man who took part in that can carefully examine and say that he is under nb moral obligation to support pHmaryNor publican Bas to aska Democrat to break this pledge Had the result of the primary election been and had the candidates who were Defeat ed been we do not believe that they or any one of them or their friends or anyone of their friends would now be ur ging any Democrat to refuse to the Democratic nomi nees that these candidates were nominated by the same primary nor we believe that such candidates or their friendswoufd even con teiid that the participants in that election had the right or ought to support his Republican oppo nent nor do we believe that such candidates would think it their duty to try to encourage the participants in that primary election to vote against them Then if they would not take this course as the successful candidates they certainly can not be justified in taking this course as defeated candidates DemocraicSpeakingr County Attorney Scott Mayes Judge I Thurman speak at following places L Bear Thursday Nov 2 at pm Mackville Nov 3 at Frederickstown Saturday J30 m Texas Saturday Nov 4 at 7 m MOORESVILLE the November has closed the exchange November her By telephone Hays Springfield prepared PLEDGE election different successful support notwithstanding election do Wallow 7 Friday Nov additionsWe election take charge of the exchange at this Love Settle and Miss Fairy Lydanne attended the minstrels at Springfield Friday njgtej Mr Mark Hardinot Bloomfield and daughter Mrs Nettie BrOderick of Lakeland visited Mr and Mrs Palmer Chesser last week Mrs Ollie Eddlemari and Miss Fairy Lydanne of Booker visited their par ents Mr and Mrs Lydanne at Mid Way last Sunday Mr Sam Sweeney of Woodlawn visited his parents Mr and Mrs T D Sweeney last Sunday I Notice Taxpayers LCounty and State taxes for 1905 are due and 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 CROAKE S W C STRAY CALFI took up as an estray about July 1 a red yearling steer- Ownermay have calf by paying for its keep and this advertisementJ SHOP I Death of Mr Ensor Mr J B Ensor one of Washington countys oldest and most highly respected citizens died at his home at McIntire last Sunday of Brights disease aged seventynine years Mr Ensor had been a sufferer for over two years and his relatives and friends realized from the start that a cure of the diseaSe was hopeless Mr Ensor was one of the oldest as well as one of the most devout mem bers of the Hardin Creek Baptist church and in his death that church sustains a great loss The deceased was charitable and kind and his death is not only mourned by his immediate family but by a host of friends who had learned to love him He leaves a wife dnile children to whom friends extend sincest condolence Mr J C Ensor of the livery firm of Ensor Bobhtt Brown is a son of the deceased Funernal services were conducted at the Baptist church in Springfield Mon day morning at 11 oclock by Rev R L Purdom after which interment occurred in cemetery Hill Nervy Tramp Anderson News Mrs Mattie Shel burne daughter of Mr J A Mc Brayer Sr was considerably suprised when she learned in this city on last Saturday that a hobo had been arrested in Frankfort and that a watch with her name in the case had been found on his person Going to her home she made a search for a gold watch which her father had given her in 1895 but it was nowhere to be found when she remembered tnat on Thursday some one had entered the house while the family were attending the street fair in this city and had eaten from the table in ithe dining room leaving a window open and a door which she had bolted onthe inside unfastened DES CREEK For a couple of weeks your correspondent has failed to write for The Sun buti you will see that I will not stay away longer Mr and Mrs Smith Drury were in Danville last Tuesday making the lat ters sister a visit They remained there until Friday Mr John H C Elliott has begun to build him a new dwelling house and expects to finish it before winter sets in The singing at Mr John Harmons Sunday was largely attended Mrs Mattie Harmon and Miss Gertie Coyle were the organists The next singing to take place Sunday November 5 will te held at the home of Mr John H C Elliott All are cordially invited to attend Mr John H C Elliott and son made a business trip to Sharpsville Saturday and Sunday They were the guests of Mr L C Cornish Mrs John H C Elliott lost a valu able cow last week The animal received injuries while in the pasture from which she died in a few hours The prayer meeting held at Beech Grove Friday night in each week is progressing nicely and much interest is manifested Mr Marcus Cocanougher of this viI cinity is very low at this writing and is not expected to live Mrs and Mrs James Drury of this place made the latters sister of Mercer county a pleasant visit Satur day and Sunday Your correspondent had the pleasure of visjting The Suns office some time lago and was delighted to see the ma chinery and the facility of printing Farms for Sale A good farm near Willisburg 87 acres firstclass house good tobacco barn lays well well fenced and watered 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 Springfieldbuildings Land lays well mostly in grass 30 acres firstclass timberland- For further particulars call upon MCELROY WHARTON 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 to this rule Cox MORAN G F CARPENTER Circuit Court This term of Circuit Court has indeed been a drag With the exception of a few Commonwealth cases there has been little doing and the petit jury was dismissed after four days without having tried a single civil case The = Commonwealth cases disposed of are as followsG breach of peace 1J and costLouiville and Nashville railroad company failure to blow whistle at crossing 100 Washington County Telephone Company failure to file statement with Secretary of State 100 Haydon Cooper breach of peace 10 and cost A J Moore disturbing religious worship dismissed Oliver Gribbens carrying concealed a deadly weapon 75 and ten days in jail de fendant will appeal John Riley breach of peace 10 and cost John Cheatham public nuisance 50 Dick Richards carrying concealed a deadly weapon 50 and ten days in jail Calvin Baker malicious wounding 50 W A Ruby breach of peace 50 Henry Baxter disturbing religious worship 20 AI phonzo Brown petit larceny six months in jail Sam Offutt carrying concealed a deadly weapon 25 and tern days in jail Henry Smithers two charges selling liquor to minor 50 m each case Murry Shields cutting ia sudden affray 50 TEXAS Miss Nettie Taylor has returned her home in Mt Washington Mrs Francis Gibbs of pringfieId- bas been the pleasant mat of her parents here for the past week Rev Purdom of this place filled hit appointment at the fifth Sunday meet ing in Springfield Several from this place were in attendance Dr R RoBards was in Lebanon Satw urdayMiss Effie Khnberhn visited her sis ter Mrs Net Campbell near Spring Mrs Malissa Green is visiting friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs Belle Hayes and daughter Mrs Hardin Nelson have returned home ater a several weeks visit to fneadr and relatives in Green county Mr John Inwan and Miss Cora Whit lock were married at the home of Rev J W CampbelL They are both highly respected young people and have the congratulations of the oBmnunity Mr CaL Shewmaker of Mackvflle visited his daughter Mrs Cocanougher Monday Mrs Josie Peterson is the pleasant guest of her brother Mr Charlie Brady near Springfield The sale of C E Kimberlin whick took place here Saturday afteraoorv was largely attended Everything sold at a very good price MdNTIRE Mrs JF Keene and daughter Miss Susie visited Misses Josie and Leona McIntire one day last week Rev W H Brengle and wife of Elizabethtown were guests of relatives here last week Mr and Mrs E H Adams ofLo retta visited the latters brother Mr C M Brengle and family last week Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson are en tertaining the latters sister and family of Davis county at this writ ingMiss Flora Hatchett of PleasantRum was the guest of Misses Flora and Susie Keene on Sunday Mrs Manervy Hickerson and daugh ter of Mead county are visiting rela tives here COU1tyandcounty were called here this week by the illness and death of there father J B Ensor L E Ballard sold to Line McIntire one twpyearold mare at 5100 Mr and Mrs Jackie Wayne sad Mr Noble Wayne of Lebanon attended the funeral of their brotherinlaw Mr Ensor last Monday Mr Twiman Keene had the mfefor tune to lose a very valuable filly whick he bought last court day Messrs Marion Cecil and J L Mudd were in Frederickstown Sunday Mr L E Ballard who liar bees quite sick for some time Is much im provedMr and Mrs Dianne Alvey visited at Chicago on Sunday Miss Maggie Blandford and Mr Bart Smith ire married at St Rose on last Wednesday afternoon The groom is M enterprising young farmer of sterling qualities while the bride is the daagfe ter of Mrs J R BlandfOtd anal k a young lady of unusual beauty and attainment We join their rosy frMi in offering congratulations r t 2Ti THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I 19 5 j i 1 WII 1 11f TiTTfT2LT Hides Wanted I want all kinds of hides and furs Bring them tome and get Cash for them For the next L two weeks l will payi I 91AFPA zForGreen Beef Hides Or = 10 cFor Salted Hides Bring them to me yt M H yones It THE RUNAWAY Womans Home Companion Oh Johnny Jones resolved that he No longer home shouldstay Abused by all ths family dayHisl and said His father mean had rapped his head The cook refused him gingerbread And he would run away Hed go to waror sail the main For he had as lief The folks behind might cry in vain Hed gloat upon their grief And then in after years behold goldAOr mighty pirate chief galoreToUntilhe reached the seat of war shipAnA marble for remembrance sake And half decided he would take His faithful crony Snip That very night he forth would steal And none but he should know And only morning shouldreveal Toall the dreadful blow But when at tea he heard them state pmteHeAnd thus he didnt go The Home of a King 7It may not be generally known in this day and time but Bowling Green Ky was at one time the temporary 1Kingthis French King so states The Bour bon dynasty was temporarily over thrown by bloody French revolution in 1789 the members of that noted family of which Louis Phillippe was a Prince became exiles and he with a younger brother came to the United States After a rambling Jtour of portions of the country they reached Louisville Ky and from there they came to Bowling Green and from here they went to Bardstown The Prince hav ing but little or no money his great estate in France having been confis cated as a result of the French revolu tion it is stated that for a livlihood he taught in the early schoolsof Bowling Green and Bardstown When Bonaparte waioverthrown by the battle of Waterloo in 1815 the Bourbons were recalled from exile and Louis Phillippe became Due de Orleans and head of the Orleans branch of the Bourbon family His great estate was returned to him and he became the wealthiest man int France if not in anotherbloodyelder Bourbon dynasty was again over thrown and through the instrumental ity of LaFayette Americas friend this same Louis Phillippe once an ob KybecaneScarlet Fever Kentucky Standard A member of the local Health Board reports to the Standard that thereare two cases of scarlet fever in Bardstown at present one each in the homes of Messrs George and Ben Talbott respectively Mr Kent Barber who suffered an at tack of the disease has recovered Julia Stocker Hurst the little daughter of Mr Monroe Hurst has diphtheria Death ofPopular Nun Kentucky Standard Sister Rose Mary one of Nazareths most valued sisters died Tuesdaymorning after an illness of only six days of pleuro pneumonia Distillery Sold Lebanon Enterprise Mrs EnyiIy Cummins of Loretto has sold to the A Kiefer Drug Company of Louisville Kentucky a onehalf interest in the R Cummins Co Distillery plant This property is located at Lorettol gjwriteswithdeathheart disease which had robbed eof sleep and of all interest in life I had tried many different doctors and seve ral medicines but of no benefit un til I began to use Electric Bitters So inImy Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug store price 50c Off to the Pen Lebanon Enterprise Sheriff John A Burton and Deputy Jack Fisher took Sam Dale and George Logan to the penitentiary at FranKfort Tuesday morning Dale goes to serve a term of two years for robbery while Logan will serve five years for attempting to kill his wife and her son at Bell town sometime ago Subscribe for The Sun 5100 year Public Sale OF Shorthorns At Wildwood Stock Farm Three miles from Harrodsburg k on the Lexington pike i f Thursday November 9 1905 I will sell about 50 head of cows and heifers 35 of which are registered Shorthorns They are all reds most of them de horned all old enough are bred to calve next spring Teyare in fine condition have not been overfed They are principally of Young Mary and Young Phyllis families Come and buy them at your own price Write me for catalogue V i TERMS OF SALE All sums under 25 cash 25 and up 6 months time with bankable note bearing 6 per cent interest j Sale jim At 10 Oclock A M Glave Goddard iLoflf Distance Phone 42m Harrodsburg Ky SAM W KIDD Auctioneer oJ BUNCHED Parageaphs of An Interesting Na tureSome Things You Didnt Know The London Lancet says every mouth ful of food should be chewed thirty times Wplllngtou tin capital of New Zea land Is said to be the windiest city In the world Nearly 2000 cases of mistaken dins nosis have been admitted to the Lon don hospitals during the past year japau annually exports about 10000 000 fishing rods They arc made of bamboo got from the dense forests of that tree The postage stamp like the railroad and the telephone Is a nineteenth cen tury Invention and only slxt fie years ago at thntcoPetrels and penguins of the Auck land and Macquarie Islands are threat ened with extinction a syndicate hav ing been formed to supply the world with penguin oil The Scottish Patriot announced the other day In big type that In case of war between Norway and Sweden a committee was ready to send at Once 1000 Scots fully equipped for the field to aid Norway Thomas Malier of Milford Conn has a happy family In the shape of an old cat and two ferocious bull pups When the latters mother died the old cat stepped into her place without the slightest friction Before Formosa passed Into Japa nese hands 20000 Chinese coolies were imported every year during the tea picking season The number now Is less than 0000 the Japanese employing their own coolies Celery Is the cultivated variety of the English weed smalluge It was In troduced into kitchen gardens In Eng land about the time of the reformation by some Italians who gave It the Ital ian name celled Blue bricks have been used to face the dam at the Cray reservoir Swan sea This Is said to be the first instance In England where blue bricks have been used in place of the stone mason ry for facing a darn To burying carcass of a supposed elephant wished ashore close to Bally crOvane coastguard station il was au Item passed at the last meeting of the CastIetownbererural council Cork says the Irish Independent The robbery of a Jewelry store on Broadway New York effected by en trance through a plateglass window on nightclugwas a crime of peculiar boldness- It has been discovered that the high prices offered for horses by the Rus sians last winter caused the theft of many animals from the Chinese im penal stables The stolen horses were sold to the Russians for cavalry mounts In spite of her recent sale at 4 per square inch New York Is still far be Iiiild London in record prices for real estate On the busiest street In the world the Strand a few years ago in a public sale a lot was sold for the equlv alent of 312 per square inch Portland Me has a horse with horse sense to an annoying degree Tile animal belongs to a tradesman and when left in front of the store in the sun quietly walks under the store awning for shelter In spite of the fact that his action drives passersby Into the street Rattan furniture was first made in the United States with bamboo and o kind of grass Imported from China The Chinese have now learned the trick and make this furniture In large quantities The grass grows in unlimited quantities In the salt water marshes along the coast Suit beet Is to be removed from the bill of fare in the English navy as soon as the present stock has been disposed of to be replaced by a ration of preserved meat Vhen the new arrange ment comes into force salt pork will be issued on one day out of three and preserved meat on the remaining two daysGreenleaf Davis a Maine woodsman says that blrdseye nipple is caused by woodpeckers pecking little holes in the tree to get the sap These hOles after ward heal up but the scar Is left in the wood Mr Davis Is trying to produce the blrdseye effect in a maple grove by baiting the birds SO they will peck the trees Dr Wolfgang Welchardt of Berlin has discovered the essence 01 strength by which the power of any animal even a man may bo nearly doubled 1un antitoxin which may prove of Immense value to athletes and incalculable good in cases of nervous exhaustion and In convalescence of serious ill persons Papua Is the home of a small spider the body of which is about the size of a pea It is black in color with a bril liant red spot In the center of the back It frequently to be found making Its nest in old packing cases which have laid neglected for some time Unless molested It will not attack The bite Is very small although fatal in Inverse proportionIt be that HIrdhito MlchlNo Mlya will be the next emperor of Japan He is the son of the crown prince who it is understood has aymptomsbf consumption The little prince In now four years old and the ministers of Ja pan are already looking about to find a wife for him He wlll have nothing to say about the matter and must marry whoever Is chosen for him A county court Judge at Bristol Eng land remarked the othec day If there were a county court iudcess in Bristol 1 t as well as a county court Judge one of the greatest troubles of my life pass away I feel convinced wouldI there were some lady sitting place in a wig or without one would not be taken In so freely sheI copiously and so hopelessly as I am the ladles tSot Altogether llopelenn rGracc I actually had three men at my feet last week Edith Oh well dont get discour aged Perhaps you may yet find a chi ropodist who will be able to afford you relief MT ZION Left From Last Week Mr Frank Neale and mother of Chaplin Fork spent Sunday with the family of S A Bayne Mr Hiner Neale was in Springfield Mondayw Mr GeorgeRussell and wife have removed to their place on tjhe Taylors ville pike Nelson county which he recently purchased Mrs Anderson Visited her aunt Mrs Bailey Pinkston last Wednesday Miss Mae Bodine and sister Emma of Maud were guests of their aunt Mrs Gillie Arnold last week Mrs Kate Williams and Master Thomas Marshal visited her sister Mrs Mollie Wilkinson at Bloomfield Saturday Mrs H Hays of Bloomfield spent Sunday at the home of Mr JB Hays Mrs Sue Williams and daughter Miss Lydia Mrs Kate Williams and son Marvin and Rev ORear were entertained last Friday at the home of Mr J Hays Clifton Taylor who has been attend lug school in Bardstown came Borne Monday veryill Mr and Mrs Charles Bonta of Har rodsburg are visiting their brother Mr Hi B Bon ai this week Mr D B Sutherland wife and son spent Sunday with Mrs Sutherlands mother Mrs Graham at Sharpsville Miss Fannie Dawson who is teach ing school at Maud spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs C M Williams Miss Claudia Neale entertained at supper Saturday night Misses Mae and Emma Bodine and Mr Frank Arnold Mrs Kate Williams and sons Marvin and Thomas Marshal attended the wedding of her neice Miss Nancy Wil kinson Tuesday at Bloomfield 600 Given Away The Weeky Courier Henry Watte ons paper wants to share the profits of thisprosperous yearwith its awaytwenty100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 3Q and 20 and sixteen pres ents of 30 and 20 to be given in the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Vir ginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky for a of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full details It will be sent free News Editor Anderson News Mr W Owen Mc Intyre has accepted the position as news editor with the Danville News and it is announced that his engagement is a permanent one Mc is a first rate newspaper man and while he stays with it the Dan villa News will bp a live one sure enoughChamberlains CoughRemedyThe CURBSOCroup and Whooping Cough This remedy Is famous for Iti cares over a largo part of the civilized world always be talc opium or other harmdrag and mar be as confidently to a baby as to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size SO eta r n A Daily Paper FreerWell not exactly tree but the thing to it What do you this offer f to nextI t TheSpring field Sun and Chi cago NationalDaily Review A this offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how long we ghail have an opportunity to give you such a bargain so come early Pay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of it The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW isa phenomenal The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW ig published week day in the year and contains all the news thats worth ing It has a complete market report excellent reading matter family condensed and readable reports of the worlds news and year can for only 50 cents additional Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered l THE SUN It t Gave Oat Together Before we were married Edward you said your love for me would last forever and now7 Well did your dowry last forever Fiiegende Blatter When Yea Have a Bad Coal nent cure You want a remedy that will relieve easyYoupneumoniaYouand safe to take- Chamberlains Cough remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by CJ Haydon tChicken Notes While there Is no good reason why the farmer should not have as good fowls as the fancier it Is an exceptional case when It will be best to keep more than one goon breed on the farm If soft feed or milk Is fed in troughs care must be taken to keep clean scalding out regularly otherwise there is considerable danger of disease Culls will come out with the best of breeding but If they are slaughtered early in life they will not produce oth ersIn starting with poultry It is ever well to remember that chickens require the best of attention from shell to ma turity If good results are to be ob tained Cora a Poor Feed For Geeie It has been thoroughly demonstrated at the Geneva experiment station that ducks cant be reared nor we believe geese either on food so devoid of protein as cornmeal or other grain feed They must have meat meal or meat scrap or they will die or nearly so National Stockman TIle Scrub Hen In summer when food Is plentiful and easily secured the scrub hen lays a good many eggs but when winter comes on all her energies are directed toward maintenance and it Is little wonder that during this season of the year she lava no en A verdict for 10000 was returned in the Shelby Circuit Court against Ginn fi Co of Chicago in the suit brought by R A Burton County School Superintendent for alleged breach of con tract in the sale of school books I 50 i Wh5rYEAR ft 1oneveryj 1dayJDAILY1 Address Springfield Kentucky onlygive Light as a ZephyrD- o you want Tight biscuits and filmy pastryThats the kind KENTUCKY STAR darkIlots of it- LiSthten your baking and lighten your cares by using KENTUCKY STAND ARD OUR Better try it ToDAY Farm Bargains pikehandsomelyrailroad station and new flour and gristmill over river from farm with good 12000igood land near Mackville 230096i Yaclcvilleimproved well on well improved 2000 166 and 196 acres Washington county bargainsat 100landtwo miles Harrodsburg on pike a bar acresMercerfine grass land only 30 an acre producingonly 35 an acreAnd many other tobuyRealEstate Agency Harrodsburg Ky eaeaeaeaeaeaeaeaeoeoeoeoea JOHN Y MAYESy 6 Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer f SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rBest Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome lie of Caskets art BwM KNc Telephone Day 19 Night 74 scNLti THE SPRINGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEMBER 1905 YOUR WINTE- RCO ALi h t i r Now is the time to give = us your order You know wet handle the best goods t v McClure WellsT- heFarnier H Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Stud Ir baker and Cfiajipion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time thev 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 FencingEngine The Hagan Gasoline Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps nrunnin This can not be said of other makes of gasolines Most of them budgingisand Wickedness McClure Wells Springfield Ky 4 J 4 81 a eei el ee Dug Up His Wifes Corpse Ij Glasgow Ky October 24With the death of Abijah Humphress who lived west of Columbia in Adair county comes the strange story of his life for the past ten years He had always exIcepthis home knew of his life In such esz teem and reverence was the old gent man held that his actions were scarcely spoken ofITen years ago his wife died and aI few days after the funeral he went to the graveyard exhumed the body and carried it to a cave on his farm Then he began to visit the cavern two and three times a day and finally as he grew older he cut the trips down to one visit a day remaining sometimes for hours beside the body 3slunablespent an hour or more each day beside deIscAfter the death of the aged husband the advisability of removing the r- eHeartburn You know what itis few people are exempt from frequent- spells of this distressing complaint The appetite becomes impaired while a severe gnawing or- burningsensLtionisex perienced in the upper part of the abdomen Heartburn is one of themanywaysinwhichthe expresses disapproval of illtreatment warns you to be careful Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsinin all cases of heart strengtheningthereturn of the trouble PEPSINisarising from the stomach bowels liver and kidneys and because of its purity bothchildrenDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdollar itdoesretumanwonderfulsCOMMlll StU ly Rid Cress Drug Store mains from the cave and reburying them beside those of her faithful hus band was discussed but it has been de cided to let them remain undisturbed IndAo yonder Budding M P Thats the worst off having a reputation for being a humor 1st No sooner did I stand up and open my mouth to make my speech than they all yelled with laughter Punch 1Saved By Dynamite a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire hangsIon wifeIheased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and LaGrippe At J drug store 50c 1and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free A Curse IMarion Fal onTbe secret ballot system ot voting as conducted in Kentucky has proven a curse instead of a blessing to our people The corrupt politicians and floaters have feastedon its faults and instead of protecting the sanctity of the ballot it has made theives and liars out of otherwise hon est men Any honest man is neither afraid nor ashamed to let the world know how he votes and we crave the time when we can go to the polls and have our vote cast for the candidate of our choice and then be able to go to the record later and see that no theif has robbed us of this sacred right Be a man or a mouse and let your acts prove to the world what you are- A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand poisoningBucklens poison h t e Best in the world for burns rndsores 25c at C J Haydons drug store IM G Cope a Paducah bank presi in 1896 under indictment for embezzlement and misapplying funds may face a jury in the United States Court next month Insanity will be the plea of the defense + + + + + + iIs the Secret Ballot i F Doomed + ++ ++++ ++++ + Shelby News Secretary of State McChesney has sent out to the County Clerks of the State letters caRing their attention to the fact that a constitutional amendment intended to reform our voting system is to be voted on at the November election It is surprising fact that many of the clerks were not aWare of the fact and very few were familiar with their duties in the case It is therefore apparent that the people at large are not informed about this matter and The News deems it a duty to familiarize its readers with the method It is one of the most important matters that the voters have had to deal with for many years and every one should carefully study the subject and vote intelligently After detailing tfie political formation of the ballot for the general election to be nel9on November 7 1905 Mr McChesneysays right of the various column you will have printed on the ballot the proposed amendment t the Constitution as set out below in accordance with the provisions of Secti n 1459 of the Statutes Are you in favor the following proposed Amendment to the C I1tsitu ion Section 147 The General Assembly shall pro wide by law fo the registration of all persons entitled to vote icities and towns having a pop providebyin the State here registration is required only persons register4d shall have right to vote This mode of registra ion shall be prescribed by Gene ral Assembly Jn all elections by persons in a representative capacity the voting shalj be viva voce and made matter of recordand all elections by the people shall also be viva voce and made a matter record by the officers of elections accordjng to the direction of the voter thqdecisionwell as the choice of officers by them The first General Assembly held after the adoption of this amendment shall pass all necessary laws to enr force this provision YesD 0L f At a glance the above proposed Amendmentmight be misleading as it gives one the idea that it is a measure to provide for registration in cities and towns of 5000 or more population This part of the amendment important in itself and will commend itself to the voters in small towns and villages who do not favor the annoyance of needless registration in communities where every voter is well known But the vital matter of the amendment follows when it provides that the secret ballot system shall be abolished and the open viva voce voting shall be- restoredthat is the voter goes into the voting place tells the election officers who he votes for and watches them record it properly ilf you are in favor pf the open system of voting and a record of your vote then vote in the square marked Yes If favor keeping the secret ballot and turning your franchise over to election officers without recourse upon their frauds then vote in the square marked No It is your important duty to get this clearly in yoUr mind and to NOT FORGET TO VOTE on the measure A majority of the votes cast for and against the amendment will determine its fate ValuableSuggestionsin i5K Womans growing love of has been blu inert for many things tile latest diarge Is that it hOG nndI in a great measure the shape of dolr chairs It is very doubtful say oiie of Now Yorks society lead tcl that the twentieth century girl will nee1 a boudoir much longer It will puss into oblivion with the parlor The generation that got straight hacks from backboards has given place to the nut uruily supple girl who hunts and golfs and handles a racket mill lishing roll as easily as her brother Thereioro the lounge chairs which one could sprawl and of which men formerly enjoyed the monopoly are part of the furniture of every girls den and bf all womens clubs The beauty ora chair is gauged now only by the de gree of comfort it gives A Pin Tip It took a dozen pins to fasten the ruffle to the bottom of the skirt It looks ali right now said the owner of the torn gown ruefully but the pins will all fall out Before I have walked it block They wouldnt if ydu timid put them right said the woman who knows thlngf1In pinning on a flounce or mending a round and round rent of any kind never put the pins In length wise They will be sure to workout If you do1ust stick them In head up and they will stay In place through miles of pedestriauism New York Press A Hevlrrr Tired body and Jaded nerves may be greatly revived by change of dress Possibly you will go home feeling un able to get through the evening be fore you Disrobe wash the face In cool water apply a little benzoin to time skin brush out the hair and lie down for five or ten minutes with all the muscles relnxedtArIse and rearrange the dinner You will be surprised at the refresh Ing influence this method will have ex erted Beetle Gloved To clean suede gloves put the gloves on the bands and then rub them well with fullers earth applied with a small brush An oil toothbrush or nailbrush will do very well Some people prefer a mixture of fullers earth and alum In equal parts to fullers earth alone White suede gloves are best cleaned with dry pipe clay Spats on tfcge Nan White spots on thealls are caused by a stoppage of the flow of the nutri ent Juices A paste made of equal parts of refined pitch or of turpentine and myrrh melted and mixed together and spread on the nails at night will remove them A little olive oil will remove the paste in the morning Enameled Batata The enamel of the bath will be kept No is in In Is required the temperature of the water is tested before It Is our in and If cold water Is to be addedTt Is poured tlrst Into the bath Too hot water cracks the surface A girl Is cramping her chest and In terfering with her direction and respiration when she constantly Indulges herself in the foolish habit of 51 with her arms folded and head ttlngI ing forward Sleeves made of rubber sheeting with elastics at wrist and elbow are conven lent to slip on when washing the dishes If one is dressed for the afternoon Never use ctin mold for lemonor- acid jelly an the action of time acid on the metal liable to spoil the flavor of thejellj Always heat new Iron such as ranges very gradually at first ns this will prevent cracking No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New South Vales had an analysis made of that market Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from- aU poison This exception was Cham b rlains Cough made the Chamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U S A The absence of all narcotics makes this remedy the safest and best that can be hadand it is witha feeling ui security that any mother can give it to her little ones especiallyvhoopingcoughThis don Is Still at LargeI Lebanon Enterprise The negro Ben Buckner who cut Mr Wm Brown while the latter was attempting to place him under arrest on the night of October 14 has not yet been apprehended IIITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWAMC Of IMITATION THE QCNUINC BT BallardSnowLlnlmentCoaT For sale uyu j rlaydon Springfield 1L DONT CRY f 1 el el le T e e Where rtucts are Kept with a view of their study since upon the food bill much of what should be prollt mat be wasted says the Me One of the first points to mind is that should never be Clone for both the birds and the must be and and To the same and of food per head all the year round no matter how tbe rations may be is not a plan to nor Is It a one either as the or the of the stock summer when the is warm and and there is in con an ofc natural food ducks at Very little food to be given to them Again when the birds are they more food than at other Is when which is a factor that must be taken Into con The least food Is warm and the most Is when the is with snow and water sur faces are then can be up Very many of food are for duck and this is apt to the A good to begin with Is oats and shorts in equal to which are added a little biscuit meal and or meat It should be with water and served before quite cold and made not will eat For use and leaves wilt e found verb suit able and may be given either whole or cut ul Unely the birds will not be able to pull them apart as they will do when the leaves are given In a whole state GrIt Is by ducks just tne same as other fowls Flint should be given all the year round and oyster shell the season The grit either thrown into water or in a small titled with water If given dry as to fowls tHe ducks drip It about a good deal Fowls ced Pure Water A cause of In the not be too The best of water after for any of time In hot becomes with a scum and anon minute Insects will be float lug around In It This stage the liquid Instead of being a is a It makes no the water has been in a or In a pool Either is bud to poison the birds They might In just as well slake their thirst at the pools that often drain from manure plies which Is done by theta on the farm such places if to fowls should be with straw or away to some other spot Given fresh clean water often will seldom touch im pure ProSt In There are about each year In the United States and the price from 12 to 20 cents a pound at The Is much than the As can be at a cost of S cents a pound there Is no reason why they should not be raised more There Is no flesh on the farm will show a living in the of towns can of their entire crop to at retail prices and need not on or at all As in all stock the great est profit comes from of the fatted as early as For tills reason and the birds fatten more In warm than In very cold the profit comes from at for When the bog y is for action by Dr New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of on the the of the eyes the of the flesh and the of the mind Try them At C J 25 cents for The Sun 100 year ILL If your are lost to me for a new pair If they need Im the one to do until you have to You weep at all about your eyes while Imn an My cure as well as aid the sight When I you its your Try THE JEWELER J vesIeleI DUCK FEEDING remuneration feeding requires careful easily Lewiston Journal learin feeding mechanically weather carefully watched quantity quality regulated thereby supply exactly quantity quality balanced commeud profitable regards pocket welfare During weather showery sequence abundance liberty require laying require timesthat weather conditions Balance sideration required during showery weather required ground covered icebound because practically nothing picked mixtures advocated feeding bewilder beginner mixture ground quantities pressed grnntilat prepared foiling crumbly sloppy grassrequircordinary lettuce cabbage otherwise required during laying maybe shallow placed trough frequent cholera Impurewatercarefully guarded against standing length weather Covered greenish reached wholesome beverage positive poison difference whether standing drinking fountain stagnant enough reality frequently wherefore accessible covered drained enough however poultry liquids Turkey OOpoo turkeys produced ranges wholesale demand usually greater supply turkeys produced maximum extensively greater protltlnrmers vicinity readily dispose private customers depend shippers middlemen breeding disposing product possible because readily weather greatest marketing Thanksgiv ingCor American Cultivator Cleared Action cleared Kings health cheeks brightness firmness muscles buoyancy Haydons drugstore Subscribe MEND YOUR EYE glasses come mending it- DONT WEEP neednt optician glasses defects saving MeserveI I James IIPeoples D IcI Bank Springfield Kentucky i DECEMBER 1889 IORGANIZED 50000 Profits 20000 8Goo D Robertson President o I H ThunnAn VicePr vifdenL J A Bonlware Cashier 8 CashierH8DIRECTORS GrahamJndgeLJ w Satterlr T MBlanfcmL Your Banking Business J Solicited Satisfaction 8 Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOaXXXJOOQGOOQQOQOO tlrfGiTHE FIRSJ 0 nyt0- oFa 0 KENTUCKYa S ell D CAPITAL S 50000 Surplus and Undivided tl Profits 25000 tf G OFFICERS aO B rIilteey President VicePresidentO ff nL B Cain AssftCaahier R E Foster Bookkeeper a DIRECTORS Bl L Litsey J W Lewis S CampbellR rr f a Jno O Polin a a We grant every favor consistent o with safe banking If you have not already an account with this Q bank we invite your patronage o r oaoanoonn it aaQ OGOOCOGOOGOOGOGGCGOOOOOOOO 8OHAYDOtN THOMPSON t LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield ky rJq Outfits For Traveling Men PHONE 18 r 0000000000000OOOOOOOOOOOOO YOUNEEDIT gALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence ofits wonderful curative properties Dr Thomas tnow has on file in his office 1426 testi mOhials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For SakfBy All Druffist DR J W THOMAH- odgenvHfe f Ky S 4 ittp f a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1905 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday November 1 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLL In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year Six Months 60 Three Montis 25 changedalways youWi6h DEMOCRATIC TICKET LltseyCotCOOTT CLERK W F Booker BEPRESEST4TTTE W D T SHERIFF J S Osbourne Deputies H B Power S J Anderson Ed tasters and Herbert Eddleman ECPERDSTESDEJST OP J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P GBryanW T Mitchell Deputy J M3iontgromerr MAGISTRATE JLMudd District No 5 John O Polio District No 6 John W Gordon District No Co8TABLEF W Key District No 4W T Comstock District No 6 Vote Vote Straight Vote for Osbourne IElection next Tuesday Polls open at 6 oclock Polls close at 4 oclockI Ii Democrats go to the polls next Tuesday take a voter with you The open ballot will do away with ballotboxstufffng Under the open ballot your vote becomes a matter ofrec ord jmder the secret ballot it is hid away for six months and then destroyed t THE OPEN BALLOT In our opinion the open ballot is the best We believe that it will guarantee fairer elections However some of the clauses of the law governing the secret bal lot are good and if the open bal lat should again be established in Kentucky many of the regula tions governing the election un der the secret ballot will be em bodied in the law For example ropes will be stretched around the voting place and but one voter at a time will be admitted Certainly there can be no more fraud practiced under the open ballot than there now is under the secret ballot Vote buyin under the Secret ballot has been conductedwith an appalling suc cess since the first election held under that ballot in 1888 A thousand and one schemes have been devised and put into practice any one of which enables the buyer to tell whether or lot the bought has delivered the goods Those who would defend the secret ballot because they be lieve that under it votes can not be bought are laboring under a mistake Watch the maneuvers of the wardheeler on election day and you will be convinced that he knows his business There is one thing absolute certain he is not going to pay his money out if the spot dont hitor the signs aint right Dont ask how it is- tle done maybe the lit birds tell the heeler Under the open ballot we would have no ballotbox stuffing every vote cast would be counted no ballots would be marked spoil edand the little black X an the end of the thumb would b put out of business Under the open ballot you could go behind the returns every twenty minutes ifjou wanted to and that too without a decree of court your vote wont be locked up in Educational Ballot Democratic Ticket f For Representative 0WD CLAYBROOKE 0For County Judge B = LLITSEYi f For County Clerk WF BOOKER 0For County Attorney 0Tr 0For Sheriff iDj SIDNEY OSBOURl LI For School Superintendent QJJ W B SHm Li For Jailer 0-I GEORGE D CATLETT D For Coronor 0J M MONTGOMERY rJFor Surveyor m Li m 0Assessorg T P OBRYAN Ij Ti For Magistrate i Ofc 0 POLITY 0For Constable 0W T COMSTOCK 0a ballot box stored away in a garret awaiting the flames but it will be in the county clerks office where every man may go and see that Smith voted for Jones for constable To say the least of the open ballot it would keep down an im incase amount of lying because theeSUN 1 Republican Ticket For Representative Ti oFor County Judge i 04 jif Cii Li For County Clerk Li O For County Attorney s 3 Ji ftzF 6 0wC 0For Sheriff ARTONDJ RUTLEDGE Wl Li For School SuperintendentI 0 0TFor Jailer 0D For Coronor D 0For Surveyor Li t Li- For Assessor 0JIiFor Magistrate LIH For Constable Li LI SYCAMORE VALLEY I Corn is selling at 175 per barrel in this neighborhood Marshall Keeling and family visited friends near Fairview Saturday and Sunday and attended the protracted meeting 1 Mr William Best and family of Wayside spent several days last week with T W and W E Sutherland- J D Sutherland has bought a farm of E V Sale for 400 J M Shields and wife visited their daughter Mrs Talley Griffey several days last week T W and W E Sutherland were at a t4X 21T Section 147 The Gene providebyof all persons entitled to vote in cities and towns having a population of five thousand or more and may provide by general law for the registration of other 0registrotionhave right to vote The mode of registration shall be prescribed by the General Assembly In an elections persons in representative capacity the voting shall be viva voce and made a matter of public record and all elections byt h e people shall also be viva voce and made a matter of public record by the officers of election according to the direction of the voter The 0tionto the voters as well as the choice of officers by- them The first General Assembly held after the adoption of this amendment pass all necessary laws to enforce this pro vision s Springfield Monday on business Miss Hattie Settle visited friends at WilUsburg Monday We are glad to report the health of our community very good 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 Subscribe for The Sun 100 year rr d IiLarge Consumer Of Coal W is often troubled by the frequency with which he has tor fill up again The coal bin empties quickly when it has been filled with +poor coal Just try a few tons of our + COALand is giving satisfaction in many homes in this city New icustome say it is the hottest and cleanest they ever used 4f BUYi Hi Mr Bryans Advice Tne Commoner The fine old republican newspaper the Chiago Tribune says Mr Bryan can give more ad vice and see less of it followed than any other man now before the public Its not necessarily a reflection upon a man that his advice is not followed but Mr Bryan cannot compalin on that score just now and certainly the ChiI cago Tribune is not justified in a boasts Mr Bryan has lived to see many of the policies he favored warmlyadvo cated by those who a few years ago as warmly opposed them Mr Bryan has advised the election of senators by the people and today men of all parties are committed to that plan He has advised arbitration in the settlement of labor difficulties and in one notable instance the gentleman elected to the office of president as a republican rendered distingished ser vice to his countrymen by acting upon that plant He has advised that the free pass is a great and growing evil and today men of all political parties condemnthe tree pass system wifeenti ment set itself rigidly against contributions by corporations and today that question occupies a conspicuous place in the attention of the American people He has advised that the quantitative theory of money is correct and this the foundation of all arguments made in behalf of bimetallism is now coiI ceded by the very man who vigorously condemned it in 1896 He has urged the enforcement of the criminal clause of the Sherman antitrust law andafter many years of waitingthe governments law Officers acting under the instru-ction caused the arrest and prosecution of the members of the beef trustHe has urged the enactment of stringent laws providing for publicity in the affairs of corporations and the president elected as a republican has had much to say in advocacy of that methodHe advised that corporations be required to show clean hands before being permitted to do business outside 1883 1 M H Jones fir T of the state of their origin and that before such corporations could engage in interstate business they be required to obtain a federal license The repub lican administration is now squarely on record in favor of that plan He has urged that tariff laws be amended by putting the products of trusts upon the free list in order to prevent monopoly under the plea of protection and a considerable number distinguished republicans are today publicly advocating that plan while the rank and file of the party if per mitted to speak would unquestionably give their sanction to it He has advised the enlargement of the powers of the interstate commerce commission to the end that individuals and communities might be protected from discriminations and from unjust transportation rates and today that is the most conspicuous reform for which the president elected as a republican stands Republican editors tread on dapger ous ground when hi tHe light of presYentday happenings they undertake tc call Mr Bryan to account for the char acter of advice he has given READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7th 190L Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder trouble and at times has unable to work I was advised to try your Texas Wonder and after using onefourth of one bottle Ipassed a lacgegravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to many others who reported themselves cured I must heartily recommended it to all sufferers from kidney or blad der diseases SAM DEAN One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children- If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of I One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold bv all druggists I Putting Up- Prescriptions is an adjunct of the drug business that we are specially fitted for ouraa Sick People Recover if we put up their prescriptions where 4 recovery is possible Many now alive owe life and improved health to our pre scriptions BrinK them to us and be safe ESTABLISHED IN Haydons Pharmacy 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER IIOSIANNOUNCEMENT To the Citizens of W ngtono myfrlendsbothbeen nominated by the Republican party for s Connnohae I wl1olepeoplefatthfnlearnestly supportJWHARTON 4 Local News Notes Election next Tues ay Have you thought about a lock for the coal house door The only way a pumpkin pie can be made better is by making it bigger Rev W H Williams will assist Rev R L Purdom in a meeting at Bethlehem commencing next Monday morn trig OLD OPEN BALLOT If you want to vote for the old open ballot stamp in the square to the right of the word 4yesn subscriptionAnything that can be et wore or burnt n i BOOM YOUR TOWN Dont say av 1 thing mean about your town Bom it The town is usually much be ter than the people who talk about it P P PPumpkins Persimmons and Possoms A glorious season An d if a fellow cant be pleased with a of these delicacies he ought to move out of the country Take a look at Mrs Hertleins hall- oween window It is another one of those appropriate and pretty windows in which Mrs Hertlein displays her good taste as a decorator MARRIED jMr Felix Ambrose Hagan of Frederickstown and Mrs Mary Brown of Bardstown were mar ried at St Josephs church at Bards town yesterday Father OConnell officiating The Harrodsburg Herald says the jury in the HerronBritton murder case was composed of highly substantial citizens A father and son served on it they being Squire W1 Massie and his youngest boy YA SCARCITY OF BIRDsWe have been informed by quite a number of people that the partridge crop isa little short this season In some communities though it is said there are quite a number of nice flocks but they will be protected by land posted MUST REsowThe Danville News says that many farmers in Boyle and adjoining counties have found it neces sary to resow much of the wheat crop wnIItduring the recent wet harvest season GOOD MINSTRELS A large crowd witnessed the Barlow Wilson Min strel at the opera house last Friday Iestrongwere pleased with the performance OPEN GRATESLOOk to your open grates We are entering upon a sea son of fires and the little ones dress may become ignited It is just as important if not more soto screen your fire in the winter as it is to screen your windows in the summer CATTLE AND MULES Messrs J F and W F Simms sold thirtysix head of very fine mules to Hudson Brothers of Louisville last week at 157 a head They also sold toMonta Fox of Danville L thirty head of cattle at 380 B F and J F Simms sold to Gentry Brothers twentythree head of cattle Mr Watt OBryan sold to Monta Fox twentyfive head of mules at 164 A Celebrated kir Photographer Ihave 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 a specialty of enlarging pictures A lifesize 16x20 picture direct from the negative for 200Common sense teaches that a picture enlarged from a negative will be better thou one enlarged from another picture Let Agents atone and deal at home with liaR you KNOW E AN COXlnpSO WILD GEESE One night last week the wild geese butted in and for quite a while the night was hideous with their quacks The street lights seemed to be the attraction and some of the sports claimed to have seen the white breasts just above the arc lights SOLD STABLEHaydon Thomp son have sold their livery stable busi ness at this place to Mr C M Tumey of Mackville Possession will be given the first of December HUNTING SEASON The sportsmen are impatiently awaiting the of the glad day when the strong arm of law will cease to be a barrier and when they can go forth into the fields and into the woodlandslto listen for the flutterflutter the partridge as he wings his flightJmid scattering shot There will fun in the rise and fall of the quail NICE FARDIMr Luthur Burns who bought the Gribbins farm has already been offered a nice profit but declined He paid P7 an acre for the land and it is said he bought it at a bargain There are few men Washington county who are better judges of land than Luthur Burns and by the way there are few more successful farmers than he He not only knows what good land is but he knows how to make poor land goodone of the imports t essentIals- to successful farming LOsTOn last Friday October 27 I lostfourart pictures The names of them were Saved Anxious Moments Home Sweet Home and Sweethearts Inside was an en velope containing subscription blanks S D Royaltys name printed on back of envelope Thy were lost between Pulliam and Hillsboro church Please send any information to Miss NANNIE ROYALTY R F D No 1 00x15 Willisburg Ky The Louisville Times of October 25 says Katherine Taylor two years of age died at the family residence 2466 Amber street She was the daughter ofthe Rev J A Taylor pastor of the Parkland Baptist church The remains were taken to Eminence Ky this morning for burial Rev Taylor recently conducted a meeting at the Baptist church at this place arid while here mademany friends who will regret to hear of his sad misfortune CLOTHING ON FIRELast Wednesday about noon a little child of Assesor Tom OBryan came near meeting with a fatal accident While at play in front of an open grate its clothing became ignited There was no one in the room at the time except the child and its grandmother and before Mrs OBryan could reach the little one it ran into another room Its screams attracted the attention of a colored woman who was in the kitchen and who reached the child in time to strip it of its clothing before any serious burns resulted BOTH ARMS BROKEN Last Thursday afternoon Dudley Robertson son Mr and Mrs C D Robertson fell from the stable loft sustaining frac tures of both arms He was in the loft putting hay in the rack and when he had finished stepped backward not knowing that he was so close to the opening and fell to the floor below sustaining as stated above fractures of both arms He wicked to the house opened the q 00 rand informed his mother that he had broken both arms This fact shows that Dudley though only twelve years old possesses a won derful nerve and did not play the fainting act as lots of us who are much older very likely would have done toa queens taste He is suffering very much at present but is standing it like a little man It wont bea great while until he is well and out throwing rocks at rabbits HES NOT FROM KANSAsIn the last issue of The Sun in a personalmen tion of Mr Lee I McElroys visit to his parents at this place we stated that he was from Kansas Mr McEl roy writes a letter to The Sun enter ing a protest against this statement and wants it distinctly understood that he hales from the grand old State of Missouri He doesnt want it given out that he is among Jayhawkers in a land of mixed schools Carrie Na tions and grasshoppers He says he will forgive us this time but wants us to be careful when weplace him next time Mr McElroy has charge of the Jackson Lithia Spring with headquarters in Kansas City The water from this spring is becoming famous throughout the country and is being used by many of the best physicians with marvelous success in the treatment of Brights disease rheumatism and hundreds of other diseases A DUCK SUPPErMr1 Conrad Hert lein invited a number of his friends to attend a duck supper at his confection ery on last Saturday evening and it can be truthfully said that all present were deelighted and participated to the FULLEST extent There were just thirteen at the table and this caused quite an animated discussion as 4 to the probability of fatalities mis fortunes etc etc but the Hon John W Lewis assured the crowd that he had never known of calamities coming from 13 when that 13 surrounded a big fat duck and thus the supersti tions of all except in the case of Chief of Police John Grace were in a manner dispelled Chief Grace said that he had never se 4n a baked dUck surrounded by 13 aching voids therefore could not vouch foivthe safety and happinesss of the party but that he knew it to be very dangerous for as many as 13 per sons to engage in a game of craps Nevertheless the duck together with quite a number of other most excellent dishes was devoured Indeed there are few womenfrom the lakes to the gulf and from ocean to oceanwho are more gifted in the art of preparing tempting dishes than Mrs Hertlein She KNOWS HOW and thats where the secret comes in After dinner speeches were delivered by Mr Lewis Mr Grigsby and Mr Hertlein Mr Lewis spoke on The Magnificence of the Duck and the amount that can be eaten with safety Mr Grigsby theme was Theres Nothing Like It while Mr Hertlein very ably discussed The Sunday Law Mr Buchanan also delivered a short talk upon The Art of Cooking Mr M L Searcy was called upon for a speech but was too busy passing duck to Mr Lewis to respond Capt Wright when called upon declined but gave out the infor mation that he was going to quit the cars and start a duck farm some time in the future B D Lake couldnt spare the time to make a speech Judge Noe Walter Riedel Irvine McElroy Jas McCabe and J R Gore were pres eat for the sole purpose of applauding and eating therefore did not speak EEEiFEEEfrE EEFFEFFEEFEE 1 A PRETTY HOME I 1 WEDDIMG M R iS 333 EEE ill TLEWISoct 28 1905 iaari aa da aiaj di aa The marriage of Miss Mary Avriitt Lewis daught r of Hon and Mrs John W Lewis to Mr Fred Manget of Louisville was solemnized at the home of the brides parents on Saturday V at fogh noon In a simple and impressive ceremony the Rev T D Latimer of the Presbyterian church united the young couple Miss Annie Long of Louisville was maid of honor and Mr Hite Huffaker acted as best man Misses Elizabeth McElroy Lucy Lemon were ribbon girls andI home had been beautifully the color scheme of green and white being decorated with Southern smilax and white chrysanthemums- The bride who never looked more beautiful wearing an elegant Princess gown of soft white satin fringed with point lace was escorted to the altar by her father to the strains of Mendel sohns Wedding March The maid of honor Miss Long wore a handsome dress of lavender silk and carried a shower bouquet of Tillies of the valley fringed with bridal roses After the ceremony during which Mesdames J C McElroy and H R Thompson sang Call Me Thine Own a delicious five course breakfast was served the wedding guests The brides table was indeed a work of art ateach plate were bulbs filled with rice to be showered on groom and bride a wax taper stood at each plate and as it burned out each guest delivered appro priate toasts streamers of ribbon sur rounded the wedding cake to each of which was attached some token of the dreamers future The bride and groom after the ceremony and congratula lations left for an extended bridal tour to southern points The bridal party consisting of the bride and groom maid of honor and best man and Misses Wallace Rippey and Medeleine Johnson of Lawrenceburg Messrs Bruce Huf faker and Mnzack O Brien of Louis ville Mr Candie of St Louis and Mr Winchester Phillips of Lebanon were driven to Lebanon in an antique stage coach and four which had been appropriately decorated for the occasion The bride was the recipient of many handsome and costly presents chief of which was a magnificent chest of silver from her parents The outoftown guests were Judge and Mrs Sam Avritt and Misses Lucy and Mary Lemon of Louisville Mr and Mrs Lee Scearce and Mrs Geo B ExaH of Lebanon A number of the immediate local friends of the family were present The bride was one of Springfields most charming and accomplished young ladies The groom is one of Louisvilles rising young business men and a happy future is hop5 for them They will make their futuirfe home in Louisville where a wide circle of friends will welcome them May they live long to enjoy the happiness that will be theirs LOSTA small gold watch between the old tollhouse on the Springfield and Bardstown pike and Springfield Has name Miss Annie Cooper in the back Return to Sun office and receive reward u nne e eneOe ene enen e nnI ersonaI Notes n e ioe Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks G Personal News aeneneneneoeneneneoeneneOe Mr C W Hagan was in Lebanon Monday ChaplinMonday Mrs Eva Creel of Lebanon was Here Friday fMr Viell 3anon was here Sunday Mr W C McChord was in Bards town last week Mr R H Edelen of Bardstown was here Sunday Mr FM Edwards pf Lebanon was here on business last week Mrs G L Haydon visited friends in Bardstown the first of the week Messrs Charlie Greene and W D Claybrooke were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs Lum Abel and chil dren visited friends in Lebanon Sunday Mrs W W Kay and daughter Miss Sue of Lebanon were here Monday Mrs Martin of Louisville is visiting at the home of W H Leach man Mrs John Clements and sister Miss hereIMonday j Mesdames JC and H B McElroy and H P McChord were Jn Lebanon Tuesday Mrs W F Booker has returned home after a visit to Cincinnati and Louisville Mr M H Jones has returned from a business trip to Shelby ville and Har rods burgIMr Jack McChord who is attend ing school at Danville spent Sunday with his parents Mr Charles Bonta and wife of Harrodsburg visited Mrs S H Bishop Thursday and Friday Mrs Harry Shader entertained a few of her friends ata Halloween party last evening Miss Mary Hamilton of Fredericks town has returned home after a visit to Mjss Sarah Simms Mr Evan Rogers was in Louisville yesterday to attend a meeting of the Baptist State Missionary Board Mrs Finley Scruggs daughter of Mr and Mrs CvH McElroy has been quite ill of fever at her home in Ar kansas but is now improving Mrs Bertha Wethington and daugh ter Miss Effie Beckham Wethington of Louisvilfe are here visiting their grandfather and great grandfather Mr J D Burns near town Mrs Robert and Teresa Wathen of Lebanon attended the euchre of Mrs Robertson Tuesday Mr and Mrs T E Hardesty were called to Leba onSaturdaYJby the death of the lattars sister Mrs 3 C Willett has returned home after a visit to her R H Edelen Bardstown SistoerMrs Miss Anna J Simms tending school jit St Saturday and Sunday at home Mr Hugh Lee Smith of Bards town has resigned his position with the NewsLeader and has returned home Mr and MrJF Greene and chil dren spent Sunday with their daughter Nellie who is attending school at Naz areth Mrs J A Shader and little grand daughter Emma Spalding have returned home aftera visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Bertha Haydon entertained at euchre last Friday afternoon the club prize was won by Mrs W F Booker and Mrs C H Mclntire the visitors prize Mrs G D Robertson and daugh ter Miss Mattie entertained at euchre Tuesday afternoon Miss Katie Cain won first prize Mrs Kobert of Leba non second prize Mrs J H Lamptbn and daughter Miss Mary and son James returned home from Leitchfield Saturday evening where they had been to attend the marriage of Miss Ruby Lampton Farm for Sale Nelson county farm consisting of 152 acresgood house large tobacco barn four miles from town on pike For price and terms see- HOKE DUNCAN up52 Bloomfield Ky When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach lets are easy to take and pro efIlSubscribe for The Sun 100 year The Big tor- eSpecialSA jThe41ld It SOLD ONLY fOR CASH AT THIS AND NOT OVER 12 YARDS TO EACH CUSTOMER Special Prices on Ladies Cloaks Suits Skirts and Rain Coats We show a very large stoGk in this department Colgates Turkish Bath Soap 4 CENTS THE CAKE For dayI We are showing a great line of DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS Ask to see the BROAD CLOTH we are selling at a SPECIAL PR- ICElOOPerYd J Beautiful stock of GREY WOOLENS cto S 2 per yd WINTER UNDERWEAR Our stock of winter underwear is complete We wish to call your attention to our splendid values in our ladies underwear at J25c and SOc a Garment They are warmly fleeced and extra well finished Women and Misses Union Suits 25c 50c 75ct We would like to show vou the best mens heavy fleeced shirts and drnwerson 1he market r each one 50c IThis is the season for Overcoats We hate a full line iri good assortment of style for men boys and SEE THE BARGAINS IN BOYS SUITS ChtIdlen Blankets and Comforts at Prices to make them move Examine these goods Robertson Bros i M The Big Store M- 7 Tf j a = t 3 gsis I Mineral Waterp IT j4 T Is a good thing to take during I the typhoid fever season Any kind you want at TX 4 Red + Drug- StoreSMOCK t HAYDOII PROl- EiMiik 1 a w r I THE SPRIPfGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I I9C5 f It A Living MonumentI- f TVC were to assemble all those who have been cured of heart disease by Dr Miles Heart Cure and who would tqday be in their graves had not Dr Miles been successful in perfecting this wonderful heart specific they Would pop ulate a large city What a remarkable record a breathing thinking moving monument composed of human everytxificed The Miles Medical Co receive thousands of letters from these people like the following 1 feel lndebte to the Dr Miles Heart Cure for my life I desire to call the attention of others suffering as I did to this remarkable remedy for the heart For a long time I had suffered irom shortness of breath after any little exertion palpitation of the heart and at times terrible pain in the region of the heart so serious that I feared that I would some time drop dead upon the street One day I read one of your circulars and immediately went to- nY druCTfet and purchased two bot ties of the Heart Cure took it according to directions with the result that I am entirely cured Since then I never miss an opportunity to recommend this remedy to my friends who have heart trouble In fact I am a traveling advertisment for I am widely known in this locality J H BOWMAN Democrat1lashviUe Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that he first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ca aaaaaaa a 0000000000000 What will You READTHIS WINTER You will Save iMoney By selectingl- vQur reading matter f from The Suns Club bing list THE SUN AND Both pa pOI 8 lyr Bryans Cornmoner7175We- ek1y CourierJournal 150 WeeklyJLouisville Herald 125 Nashville American L50 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe- Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside L35 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews325Lippincotts Magazine 285 e 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly tL 435 Sunny South L50 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun an4 The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal ecept Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and th daily Courier Journal anyiree days in the week 3 70 dailyCourierTou days in the week six months A 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cur ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost Address The Sun Springfield Ky C aaoooooooooooeooo Bp MARKS SiLCINCIN- NATIBOotsShoes Rubbers ClltLlMt Ww lat SIU a a I C BOOO5 j DO YOU OFTEN LAUGH If You Do Not You Are Making a Grave Mistake Dont forget to laugh Laugh when you are happy laugh when you are amused laugh at yourself for being bored There Is always something to laugh at and even when one is reduced to laughing at oneself that Is very much better than to be glum Tills Is what laughter does torn wo man It keeps her lienrt young it makes her like people for the sake of the pleasure they give her and they in turn like her it makes her steps buoyant it keeps her eyes bright it keeps her face from wrinkling it is a beauti tier second to no other one it does for the muscles of the face what exercise does for those of the body keeps them supple alucl prevents them from falling into those stiff and settled lines which mean old age There Is no situation in life except of course the inevitable tragic mo ments that may not be bettered by laughter It is hard to burlesque ones griefs and annoyances but it can be done and it is worth doing To travesty ones emotions and to make a mockery of ones annoyances may not seem to be the highest form of phil os ophY but it is not so lowa one as to fret over trials and grow pessimistic over personal woes STUDY YOUR CHILDREN If They Are Irritable Find tint and Remedy the CnuMe The idea that tutu persons are more Irritable than fat ones has some bun dation In fact said an old physician but the thinness Is generally due to the irritability and not vice versa1 The great mistake is In supposing that a querulous disposi tion Is natural and inherited The peevish and fretful child could be brought up to an amiable and good tempered maturity if Its needs were understood and attended to It does not whimper from sheer perversity More than half thebad temper in the world Is due to neglect of this kind The childs disposition is warped in Infancy and it grows up with a twist in its temper and a disposition to look at the black side of things Instead of growing plump and rosy the continual irritation keeps It thin pale and spin dlyNow this Is a matter of special importance to women because with their finer organization fretting and worrying have a far more destructive effect than in the case of men They spoil theIr good looks dissipate their vitality and become scraggy Moth ers who have fretful children should use every effort to find the remedy es peclally when the children ari girls DONTS FOR MOTHERS Don j entertain all your friends with a detailed account of your childrens marvelous sayings and doings Dent permit a fear to be implanted wjththoseDont delude yourself that at six months baby cannotullllh stand the difference between your yes anuTno Dont fr4t your children by perpetual ly worryiig about them They raust have soiGe Common sense teach them to make use of It Dont treat your son and your daugh ter at twenty as you would have treat edthem at twelve remember that they are now a man and a woman Dont forget that the tire of curiosity may be smothered but not easily ex tinguished arid that some one else will surely be called upon to explain Jr you do not BnHinemi and Heart Well indeed If over the door through which girls enter the business world should be written these words Leave hearts behind all ye who enter here for hearts in business are Ruperflui ties Business Is a matter of two anti two making tour and nothing over In the commercial field where we go to make money there should be no time or Inclination for soiftlment In the realm of ledger and phone desk aud typewriter emotionality Is out of place not only out of place but a distinctly unwelcome and bothersome invader Girls should realize this more than they do for their own sakes as well as their emp1oyersWomanCor In Phil adelphia Telegraph Relaxation If only women could relax they would rest more In ten minutes than lu hours of so called resting with teuse muscles Often after lying down for an hour a woman will get up saying that she feels more tired than before No wonder her muscles were uurelax ed Rest without relaxation is Impossible Let the bed couch or chair bear the whole weight of the body Imagine that you have not the power to lift a limb Loosen the tension both of rniud and body and in a short time you will feel renewed strength Katie la the Kitchen It Is now quite the tiling for good housekeepers to have a special knife for every use In the kitchen end two very useful knives are fee delicatessen knife and the pastry knife The delica tessen knife for Imported sausages and cold meats that have no bones In them is thin and narrow and will slice much more evenly than a broad knife and the pastry knife is quite flexible and thin and has a curved blade A HarmIe Shampoo When washing the hair Is necessary harmless Rbninpoos should be chosen The simplest which oan always be made is to melt a cake of castile soap In a quart of boiling water Put it Into a wide mouth jar and use about two MassageI PACKING GIFTS flow ChrlntmaB PrencntM May Be Wrapped Up Attractively Even the most long wished for or the most charm lug gift Is robbed of some of the joyous Christmas spirit If it Is sent carelessly wrapped orMs done up like an ordinary everyday parcel amid even the most simple gift receives an added grace if it is put up attractively and is accompanied by a bright pleas ant greeting The Christmas gifts may be given a festal appearance at a very small outlay of time and money by wrapping them in scarlet or white papei Uml ty lug them with scarlet rjbbou fastening a sprig of holly in the bows says a writer in What to Do The effect will be so chcery and Christinaslike that mnnlhi paper rtnd twine will never be thought of again Little boxes such as jewelers boxes wrap up in white paper candy or simi lar shaped boxes in two papers the ner one white the outer one scarlet Gather the ends up on top clip into points and frill out Wrap books in scarlet paper pin cushions or other fancy work in white bundles in scar let or white and scarlet tying at the ends with ribbon Umbrellas and canes wind with strips of white and scarlet paper transforming them into time honored candy canes In doing up china sets for the bureau or desk or oattjieal or teteatetcs wrap the pieces in scarlet paper gath er up on top and tie Then clip Into poinsettia blooms Wrap the tray or plate in green paper and tie the bios soms on with ribbon Cards the size of a visiting card may be bought as cheap as a penny apiece More ex pensive cards may of course be purchased if ones purse holds out very pretty card has a border of holly In colors with a blank space to write or letter the Christmas wish upon This may be the usual greeting or n quotation Any of the following lines are pleasant wishes to send with a gift Yule logs of love burn in the heart With rosy warmth and cheer And Care well may she come at most Like Christmas oncea year A happy Christmas to you May it bring you all fair things With the sweetest remembrance That about its coming clings Sunbeams iless thy Christmas day Gladness with thee dwell for aye A better gift you may have but not with better heart Our true intent is all for your delight How to Illuminate the Tree The illumination of the tree an important problem for by the indis erect use of candles many a joyous Christmas has been turned into one of mourning Tiny Japanese lanterns are much safer than unshielded candles and they give a prettier effect The small square lanterns with colored mica sides are also safey for they have a sponge In the bottom that may be sat urated with kerosene When the wick is lighted it burns brightly and lasts longer than ordinary wax candles lloir to Make a Novel Flncaahlnn Men are often glad of a pincushion to hang up in their rooms provided only that Is it not too feminine in appear alice A very rioTel pincushion can be wade of a pipe case which should be new antI fresh looking and which it is often possible to obtain for nothing from a li Bother or a friend Make a cushion exactly to fit the hollow which held the pipe or a little larger as It must be well pushed into the case the hollow being covered beforehand with glue The cushion should be stuffed with sawdust or anything soft and cov ered with some pretty velveteen or silk the color being carefully chosen to match or contrast with the case A pale brown or fawn color looks well as u rule Of course the pipe case will be double being open tInt one Side can If desired be left as it Is or util ized us a cushion for needles A rib bon bowrof color to match must be added attjietop to hung It up by How to Prepare Turkey Salad For the supper table Christmas night chicken or turkey salad in a cranberry mold Is 1eliclouslalw the cranberry Jelly and mold In a ring Turn outer carefully Just before serving and till the center with the salad Tut key salad by the way is as good as not better thuD chicken salad when mixed with plenty of eel cry and a fpw walnut meats How to Make Imitation Sjipwbalfi A Christmas tree decoration that Is easily antI Vuexpcnnlvely made at home is snowballs A coil of fine picture wire a box of diamond powder and a bundle of cotton batting not sheet wadding are the materials needed The wire is cut In various short lengths a wad of the cotton thrust upon it patted Into shape to look like a ball and the powder dusted over it from perforated toilet powder box The other end of the wire Is bent over to fonn a fastening and the ball is ready for the tree It Is effective to have the balls vary in size from that of a smrill apple to a large orange How to Roa t Lamb With Che tnal Season the meat with salt anti pepper and roast Dish on a hot plate garnish with parsley plmolas and French chestnuts boiled until tender Shell and blanch the nuts and brown in the gravy from the lamb This Is a very decorative dish for one so plain as roast lamb Hew to Serve the Christmas Pudding Turn tire last pudding out on a heat ed platter and In the top stick a sprig of holly Dip onehalf dozen lumps of sugar in alcohol and place round the base of the pudding Touch a lighted match to each lump carry quickly to the table and place before the boat WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have a job of work aotie have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or if you go away from home to hav work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant orthehonie mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to oube has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come upPa your money out at howe and it may conie back agaifH but send it to one of the big mail order houses and It will buy 2ticent cigars for some millionaire in a European homo The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the folldwing businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable melt Whoa you want torutike purchase look over this list and select your store You will he ticklcd when you compare your purchase with that of tho man who bought from the big mallorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc 1 HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc j George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroy j Dealer In i Fancy Groceries and ProduceI Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Spedalty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown JupctnLeaves Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown I Leaves Bardstovn Junctn Arrives at Louisville 3 the for S SPARROW L Several this Bardstown last Cooper Jappa and few last Mrs S Vowels the is betterR Vowels was Bloonjtfield last Searcy of his mother W and Icie and Burgin and and ROBERTSON BROS In Clothing llagan Groceries freetables Ice Beer Etc IE Leachman t In Carpets Musical Instruments James j Graves Watchmaker Jeweler Repairing oij Gruntty Claybrooke Mclntire Dry Bootsand Hardware Tinware Stoves M Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc and N RailroadCTime Table Incoming Outgoing onlyNo 825 p m 735u 650u 600u No 525 am 617u 703I Daily 1240 m 930u 730u Suny No 715 m 800u 935u 845 705 p rn 552u502H 410u IDally 120 p m 220u410 p m 545 p m flflP FOR RHEUMATISM SPRAINS A JWOUNDS OLD SORES CORNS JUN BRUISES CONTRACT FEETIUDSAN ANTISEPTIC Irritation subdues Inflammation and drive out Pain J Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes a free circulation of the Blofld giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in Jier arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment effected a complete cure I have also used it old sores frost akin eruptions It does the work It lEST UNIMENT ON ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 50c 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 5T1LOUISUSA SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Springfield Ky from place attended court at 0 and Yates attended court at Monday Barnett Ophie Black spent a days week with relatives at Lawrenceburg E who has been confined to her bed for five weeks from effects ofa ijall no in on business one day week Grayson Louisville spent a few days last week with at this place C Cammack wife little daughter T Clay wife Saturday night and Sunday with J T Cox family Dealers Dry Goods Shoes Etc C Dealer Furniture and Done Short Notice Dealers In Goods Clothing Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers In Etc Ed Russell L Daily 42 No 43 pm 1100 a only 90 a 11111 CUTS that stops PENETRATES Texas writesliMy which bites and EARTH 25c and week- J Webb Lawrenceburg Misses about spent Robert Martin sold a coon dog to t Norman Franklin of Greenwood Ind for 1- 5BornTo the wife of J R Leathers October 13 a girl Mrs Allie Barnett is on the sick list W O Cammack is engaged in the assessors work in the southern part of countyWe The Sun success as it is one of the best county papers in the state Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines Iowa got k fall on an icy walk last winter spraining his wrist and bruising his knees The next day he says they were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would have to in bed but I rubbed them well with Chamberlains OM1all 1 Dr WF TrustyPr- actical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r Dental work at reasonable prices Alwork guaranteed Office over Haydon Barr Dr J1 MIBHItOIIIRE- SIDENT DENTIST WitltatIout Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First claSs Springfield y Office in Hagon Block up stairs B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reUailand P world Your insurance solicited xDrOFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR J C MUM SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE C J BAYDOSS STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2p M Dr J IL Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairS Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS aLA ADAMS NURSP TELEPHONES fr Day 49 iight I0 fTSCOTT MAYES ATrYATLAW V Springfield Ky Washingtonand f andFederal Courts aCMcCHORD ATTYATJLAVT Springfield Ky Win practice In aU State and Federal Courts WaD CLAYBROOK ATTYATnAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts ot Wa hinsfton and adjoining counties and in the courts of5Ap W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky t Wiblngtbnand H E WALTER ATTYATLAW Sprinjrfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER J Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 8L OOOOQOQOQOOO HAYDON THOMPSON UndirUkirs mri Embarmirs Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 I We carry in stock a full lute o Buria Robes and Caskets io We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidnesa ooaoaao ae sos Tobacco Farm For Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suth COIltaining room house stock barn food orchard well Fifteen acre of WI JaM cs he put in tobacco next year Farm als tobacco barn and sticks vaAckat atbfacton or S H WloocLT tf W T COMSTOOC t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 1905 L g a 1n ArkI i r cl 1 Vote Forw j J OsbourneDemocr- aticJ Nominee Sheriff Washington County d Election Tuesday November L e i j tF bi y t 1L f t DEPUTiES t i EDS MASTERS IBRACK POWELL1 TSAM ANDERSON HERBERT EDDLEMAN pt 0JoeaOOoooaoaoo o0a000040000 oO oOOO OOOO O a ooaooo oooo 0000000r rIrlrlQItOrIQrlQQQa0QQQQ000QQQ1IQ OOQOQOOOOOOOOOQOQOOQIQOQQO OO OOOit OVER 60 OOO INDEBTEDNESS l= PA ID 7 f FOR WASHINGTON COUNTY OUT OF TAXES COLLECT HP er THE PRESENT DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR SHERIFF AND HIS DEPUTIStI 1c r ooooooo oo ooo o o oa O O O O oaoo o o000000Q- OOQQO Q QQQQQQQQ QQQQQQQQQQOQOPQOQOQ OQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQOQOOOOOI t As a Plain Matter of Business Can You Afford To Vote Against Such Men 19 ii tZ oooriJO i iOooo OO 0 QO 0 0 0 0 0000000000 0 OO O 6 t t 1QQQQQQQ QQQQ QQQQOrlQQQOOrlOQQQQQQQrlQQrlQQrIQOQQQeQQQQQQQQ ooOoooaa r L 1 7 I fti Would You Discharge Him i 7 Xli ipfe vfr From The Sun of Oct 8 l iii ulf you had in your employ a collector who had in a few years collected enough of your outstanding accounts to pay off a mammoth indebted 5f ness for you say overi4000 could you be induced to dischafe him and employ a new hand at the business unless the old employe had been i guilty of some flagrant breach of duty Suppose some feilow 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 ington county is asking the people to do when it asks them to vote for its nominees for sheriff 7 i I t Na y r if 4 ar ti crW r- T t o THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I 1905 t 1 There Are Few Things More Interesting To The Buyer Than A I louse Crowded WITH Bargains CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND It is little wonder that our Womens CILDKENI wear Department is doing so wide range of correct styles the lowness of price thesu- periority of qnality and exactness of fit guarantee sales On Womens Cloaks prices range from 5 to 20 SKIRTS We are having a great sale on skirts the reason is plain The styles are correct the qualities unequaled at the price supeI1SILKS AltO WOOLENS Exquisite in every respect are our new SilKS the pick of t WoolensIdressers who dress correctly in the latest dress fashions these goods will not only satisfy your tastes for quality and style but gratify your dictates for service From every point of view they are preeminently right I SEE OUR LINE OF I SprIIfllhl Mfrkii Bacon HmslSc Sides 12Hc Beeswax24c per pound Butter15c ton per pound ChickensHens 6c Spring 7c Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks Sc per pound Corn Meal 75c to 80c petbushel dozen FeatherstOO per pound Flour S280to3 Ginseng 750 per pound ChafnWbeat8c corn Oats HidesGreen 9J5c to 1O3- 4cLard23k per pound LimeOOc to ILoo per barrel Mm products Bran Loo shipstuff SL20 per 300 pounds PotatoeCountrT60cOnIonssLoo Salt SL45 and IL85 per barrel Turkeys 11 per pound Tallow Jc per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon 7ool Burry and greasy UHc rotgrease tub washed 28c Country Sorghum 45cto50c Geese Oteapeice Onion fl SHISCRIIERS FREE COLUMN t I T Johnston Frederickstown has for sale 14 head of highgrade cattle will weigh 1000 pounds each Mrs R A McIntire R F D No 2 has for sale Mammoth Bronze turkeys These turkeys are of the wellknown poultry yards of Jackson and Owens noted Ky breeders Orders taken now for December delivery Prices toms 350 hens 250Mrs B B Waters Springfield has for sale a lot of young Mammoth Bronze turkeys R A Frederickstown has for sale a good mareblind Splen did driver in foal will sell cheap I L Janes Valley Hill has for sale 3 seven nice shoatsSO or 85 pounds M Reed Route Route 1 has for sale one good harness mare and one high bred twoyearold fillyf Goddarjd Grundy Valley Hill has for sale three Duroc boars C L Grundy Springfield R F D No 17 has for sale a registered Short horn cow and calf H E Litsey R F D No 4 has for sale four sows and pigs Hite Clements R F D No 2 Spring field has for sale a good quality of seed wheat and two No1 good mares ClarksonT Haydon have for sale 500 bushels of extra seed wheat for fall Mrs Sue Knott Route 4 has for sale one yearling and one suckling County Member colt one yearling horse colt two milch cows eighteen stock shoats and nine tons of baled hay Old Bird M Breeder Health vigor and long life are im portant elements to develop in any strain of fowls and the use of old birds as breeders in which these ele ments are to be found is to be urged as such qualities count for roSch in the development of the qualities of color of plumage as they cannot be produced in their best form by any Imt birds in the best of health and of vigorous constitution These elements are of value in all branches of poultry culture as such birds are better layers and better table fowls than those ofj lesser vigor and health A weak bird never possesses the life and brilliancy of plumage possessed bybjrds of good health and vigor nor can lt give to its progeny a vigor that It itself does not possessPoultry Herald Feultrr ea till Farm It has been proved time after time that the farmer In the man that can raise the chickens that will produce the eggs and at a less expense than any person that does not produce his own feed writes O F Hnwes in National Stockman He has the advantage of a tree range and if he will go to the expense of some of this fencing that the specialist has to do to control them he can make Biddy pay her way well and if he does not he had better let the Job to some one that will No man can make a success out of any business and not put his hand and good will to the work r THEREFORE just at this time the DoubleStore is an ex ceedingly interesting place We have the bar gainscrowdedcrowdedinto able space and we are going to have the house crowded with buyers as soon as the news is spread and its raspread ing Grundy Mclntire No Compulsion You sign this deed at your own free will do you madam asked the law yer What dp you mean by that de manded the1argeredfaced woman I mean there has been no compulsion on the part of your husband has there Him she turning to look at the meek little man sitting behind her Id like to see him try to compulse meTitBltsr Her Little Bessie the youngest member of the family watched the elder children s totr to attend a birthday party one while she as usual was compelled to remain behind Presently her mothers attention was attracted by a doleful little sigh Oh dear mamma mourned the tot dont you think I was dreffiil unfortu nate to be born so youngJudgeS- ymphony In a Flat To be a singer was her aim Popular great and all that She failed but was not to blame Because she lived In A flat Cincinnati Enquirer INSULT TO INJURY TommyPa look out of the window Quick PaYou boys are a confounded nui sance What dyer want TommyYoung Bertie Jones wouldnt believe youd got no hair on the top of your head dad- Those Elusive Ribbons The girls are all in white today White Is their outer sheath aayTherlThe Sun Proof Positive Nordy Whats the matter old man Butts its all off My girl doesnt care for me NordyOh shucks you Just imagine that Butts No I dont I went Into the rarlor unexpectedly last Sunday even Ing and found her setting the clock an hour aheadCourlerJourna1 i Getting Specific Blfferly When you and yotir wife were first married you used to call each other birdie didnt you McSwat Yes BitterlyDo you still do It McSwatWell I call her a parrot and a magpie and she usually refers tome as a jayCleveland Leader A Sure Winner Mrs UppertenI understand your daughter was graduated recently Did she carry off the honors Mrs Neurich Well guess yes She wore the swellest gown of any girl in the class It cost her paw 90 in cold cashrCinclnnati Enquirer Immune You are going to become connect ed with the English nobility said the i eresslooklngcare ully Into the enl loused palm Wrong again replied Mr BIgwal let my only daughter is already mar ried Houston Post Inventive Idiocy Blffler is in a business now where he can freely exercise his remarkable ventive faculties Good Whats the business JHe thinks up idiotic practical Jokes to play on newlymarried people Cleveland Plain DeaHrr Ka Twaddles I aim to be at the jiead of my own J BED COVERINGS Father Time is rolling cold weather this way and we are willing to roll to you that which will counteract its dis turbing of your sleepthese are rarely good for the purpose Cotton blankets 50c to 2 Woolen blankets 350 to 1000 LADIES AND CHILDRENS UNDERNYEAR We have ladies and childrens Winter Underwear in qualities and at prices to suit every buyer Come in and see this line FLANNELETTS We are showing an extraordinarily pretty line of Flan neletts in price from 8Jc to 15c You are espe cially invited to call and inspect these goods CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Onr Clothing Department is crowded with bargains as is also our Shoe Department 1 4 BUGGY ROBES Eggnper descendants Mesdames Thompson ejaculated Misfortune evening bouseholdisald Pa waddles I would scorn to let my wife do my thinking for me I should think you would snapped Ma Twaddles Thee Isnt enough of it to occupy an active womans time Cleveland Leaderz Ever Notice ItP Society women remarked thefussy old bachelor are like salads Whats the answer queried the very young man A great deal depends upon the dress bChicagoNews Facetious Tomkyn is delighted with the new apartment Mouse he moved intostspring He Is going to marry a Srion the floor below Marrying beneath hi n eh Poor old Tomkyns Clevelar d Plain Dealer The Doctors Threat Very well sic said Dr Quack after his quarrel with the undertaker Ill make you sorry What are you going tb do asked the undertaker retirefrom pta- cliceTit Bit WhySunday Why do not ladies take off their hats iq church Tommy Becos theyd take too long puttin them on agen when they was comin outAlly Sloper Under Obligations Dyer Clothes make the man Shortleigh Thats so We owe a great deal to our tailors Judge Device For Watering Ducklings A watering device used In the brooder pens ofa large duck farm in Illinois is described by P T Wood in Reliable Poultry Journal A wooden frame about eighteen inches square to which is fastened piece of onequarter inch mesh gal vanized wire cloth is placed over a hold dug In the earth of each indoor run or pen in the brooder house The toI TAIXIOK DUCKLINGS two feet deep to insure good drainage On this wire screen the galvanized iron drinking fountains are placed that all water slopped by the ducklings id quickly drained away and the pens are kept dry One gallon founts are used with pans deep enough to permit thu ducklings to immerse their bills abovo the nostrils an Important matter from a health standpoint This plan for water vessels in nursery brooders for ducks is well worth the attention of all duck men ProSt IB Geese If one has a low marshy meadow bordering on a stream he cannot find a way to make It more profitable than by turning a flock of good geese loose to graze on it says M F Delano In American Agriculture The Toulouse is most popular with the Kmbdcn a close second The former is gray laced with white on back and breast solid gray heads and necks and white underneath It Is a big low firm set goose and an Invaluable variety My choice IB the Embdeu Its pure white plumage orange bill and legs and clear bright blue eyes make a very attractive combination of colors The African Is a good goose and it is claimed will lay more eggs than does the Toulouse or the Em bdenThe China varieties white and brown are somewhat smaller but of a good size for market and extremely productive They are profitable geese to keep Subscribe for The Sun 100 year 4 tJi r Illinois Central Railroad 933OOLouisville to California and Oregon Correspondingly Low Rates to Other Points In the West and Northwest Daily to October 31 1905 Low oneway and roundtrip rates to points in MISSISSIPPI and LOUISI ANA and low roundtrip rates to points in ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY OKLAHOMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each monthCheap excursion rates to H 0 T SPRINGS ARK via Memphis Only line running personally conducted ex cursion sleepers from LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXASj farming In The South The Passengec 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 signedwill be mailed free circulars Nos 1 toll inclusive For rates tickets etc apply to the nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky DIgrecetnl- Mrs TIttleiWasnt it disgraceful the vay these women talked during the play last night Mrs TattleWell I should say so Sarah Snookins wns trying to tell me the fuss m the Brin- dles family and those two wflmen made such a clatter I couldnt hear more than half she said Boston TroD script Lazy Pores Laziness is an evil that bree sjtrouble brightheerfuiercise they do not exert their powers for warding off disease Hence stagnent and useless In tIle same way the pores of your skin become clogged and theylontresult you have skin troubles aggravating annoying itchingand etc The pores of your skin need waking upThey are lazy they need action effective means of producing the necessary ac tivity is to use freely twice a day the new- product Paracatnph When ouapPly- lamcnmphitimmediatclyopens the pores penetrates directly to the bottom of the same going even the muscles draw ing out all disease germs dirt obstruc lions and inflammation by inducing a healthy copious perspiration It washes out the pores an interior cells which furnish the oils necessary for mak ing a healthy and beautiful skin For this reason Paracamph is invaluable for the dryEczentaIt is unequalled for the treatment of Neuralgia Sore Muscles and Rheumatism because it creates a normal in the res of the skin thereby stimulating the circulation and thereby removing all con gestion Paracamphis a clean invaluable everyfamilynot waste your moneyon cheap salves linements witch vaseline etc Buy Paracamphlthe uptodate perfect remedy in 60c an bottles paracamphCo Hawes Hats 1 LOOK WELL WEAR WELL ARE STYLISH 3 3 4I4HHIIX3 ItIGIXI9 TheiIt+ Wella- Dressed Man MUSTLOOKTOMISSMOEI inspection Shoes none good Make Easy3io5 Iw T LEA CHMAN + MLIJSY4ntbPaln Dr Miles Cure HeadacheAlmostinstafitIy and leave no effects They relieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci AguePainsDizzineBltNervousness z All is r Nerve PainPain Is sure to follow any strain or weakening b7Idiestion or any cause depresses excites rthe nerves So sensitive are they that tin sootsInpaiLIbox K tsilda m refunded Never sold in MILES MEDICAL CO Tart hr4 LONG RUN BornTo the wife of J M Coyle oil October 25 a boy Mrs Sarah Cocanougher spent seve ral days last week with her brother Bob Grain who is very ill at present Miss Mattie Begley spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents at Fen wick She was accompanied by Miss Effie Edwards of near Texas Mr D L Cocanougher bought of Mr Seay a Jersey cow for 45 Miss Georgie and Mrs Ora Carpenter and little Ruby May spent Saturday with Mrs Rosa Coca White and wife of near Per speiit Sunday at the home of ffirGeorge Russell J W Best and family spent Saturday and Sunday with Mz Rr Beat3 e MUST LOOK TO illS MAT f your the Crossett fThere are none better perhaps as They are durable They Lifes Walk + M + + Anthillells bad also Pain that agitates sfteMjg bulk Cocanougher ryville Mr Newton Bradley spent Sonfey with Mr D L Conanoufiherr tMhadhad a relapse last Friday Brother H P Hatchett will prt eh at Long Run school house next Satur day night the 4th Mrs Ida Coyle who baa been oa tto sick list is better Edd Cocanougher was in SpriBffWd Monday on business Herb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of IiI MOUMO Iowa got a fall on an icy walls Wwinter spraining his wrist and hmkssjr sthey hrtIPlfwirallippMrstfsas Mr sale by C J ayoc a