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L P I r m tpr ttg jt b innTI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ISLOMf q I j II I r C SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 JVMIE1 if Ii Ohio arid Pennsylvania u 1Q0 DEMO CRATIC Victory In Washington County Is Com- Pleter Lw f Osbourne and His Ticket Win By a Majority of 239Goqd Vote Polled JI Democrats Garry Four Out of the Six Magisterial Dis tricts TIE IN RACE FOR CONSTABLE Osbournes majority in the county 239 The election passed off quietly in Springfield anditErpughout the county Much interest was jhanifested by both sides and considering that the opposition was confined to the sheriffs and magistrates races a large vote w polled Up to this time we have been unable to secure the complete vote m either the Sheriffs contest or in the magis trates races and can only give majorities which are as follows I Majorities PRECINCTS Os Whar bourn i ton Springfield No 8i i 25 9 124 J 10 23 Fredericktown 104 Mooresville 7 112 Brush Grove 75 Willisburg 81 North a 56 Hendren 24 Mackville 87 Pottsville 37 Kelleys Shopw R 13 Totals J 500 261 The result isno surprise to Democrats who were acquainted with the nation in the county As announced through the columns of The Sun a few weeks ago the disaffection amon Dem ocrats was very limited A poll of the county showed a Democrats s of525 and every indication pointed toa complete victory The people did not want a change In other words they did not want to dismiss from service men iwho had been faithfulin the discharge of their uties But there are few Democrats in the county who do not like Mr Wharton personally He isagentleman of the high order and his friends amoSiT the ftionrace Springfield No9 is the banner precinct giving a majority of 124 In this precinct excellent work was done by John OBrien Robert Noe and others Next is Moo esVi11e with a majority of 112 Herbert Eddleman and hisI crowd are responsible for this bert is an untireing worker and has provedhimself to be a wheel hoss Sam Anderson fixed thi 1gSatFred erickstownto the tune of 104 ma onty and he now claimsthe right to say I fold you so Brack Powell at Mackville did the magnificent thing by holding out that 87 majority and Ed Masters in the Hendren precinct checked the Repubs at 24 f Magisterial Races The Democrats have elected four out of six magistrates or have elected every magistrate in which there was a contest District Mo 4rJohri W Gordon Dem is elected By a majority of 63 defeating Wm Head Rep DistrictNo 3SD Campbell Dem defeatising W J Matherly Rep District No 6J 0 Polin Dem is elected without oppositioni District No JL Mudd Dem is elected without opposition District No 2 Nimrod Hendren Rep elected without opposition Repaselected without opposition The vote on the Constitutional Amendment in Washington county is about 227 for and12against BARTU IN LOUISVILLE Paul C Barth Dem iselectedMay or of Louisville by a majority of 3088 over Mr ONeal Fusionist CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT The constitutional amendment loses in the State by decisive majority The Legislature The Kentucky Legislature will be about 65 Democratic Our Neighbors Nelson Marion Boyle Mercer Tay lor Greets Bullit and Spencer counties have elected Democratic ticketsi Noticed i wW C Grigsby the Optician of holliY BardStown will not make any more 1 lar trips j GENERAL RESULT Returns indicate that the Democrats have swept Pennsylvania and Ohio Maryland probably is Republican and the constitutional amendment intended to disfranchise negroes has been badly defeated In New Jersey the Republicans make gains in the State Legislature and Massachusetts elects Guild Republican for Governor by abouTi 000 Whitney Democrat for Lieuten ant Governor made a strong race and there seems a chance of hiselection- In the city of Philadelphia the re form party defeated the Republican machine by from 50000 to 75000 The Democrats carried Cincinnati add Cleveland by large majorities In Chicago and Cook county the Republicans made a clean sweep In San Francisco Schmitz the Union Labor Mayor was reelected and in Salt Lake City the antiMormon municpal ticket was victorious r Four former officials of the Northwestern lNational Life Association have been indicted at Minneapolis A GOOD P- iiWOMAN asses to Her RewardMrs i i Margaret Grundy Dies K Suddenly n AT HER HOME AT VALLY HILL t Mrs Margaret Bowman Grundy died at her home at Valley Hiiffest Thurs day November 2 1905 at 10 oclock a Em of heart trouble Mrs Grundy had been ill for some time but it was not thought that her condition was dangerous indeed she was thought to be improving and her sudden death came as I a great shock to her family and friends Mrs Grundys maiden name was doW man She was born in Nelson Co Nov 1838 and was married to Senator Thos iS Grundy in December 1859To thisr union seven children were born sixof whom are now living They are Mr Thomas L Grundy of Blopmfield Charles L Grundy of Washington county Mrs C C McChord of Spring field Mr John D Grundy of Bards town Miss Lyda Grundy Valley Hill and Mr Goddard Grundy Valley Hill Funeral services were conducted at the home at Valley Hill last Saturday and interment occurred in the family burying ground The fffneral sermon was preached by Rev Prather of the Methodist church Mrs Grundy was a devout member of the Methodist church and had spent her life in devotion to the cause of her Savior She was charitable to a pretty degree and was happiest when she could contribute to the comforts of the The Gospels In the Psalms PRAYER MEETING TOPICS f 1r FSPRINGFIELD BAPTIST CHURCHx i 19O519O6 vM Nov 21An Inspired Prayer Book and Hymnal rPsmlms4321 34 Nov 28Dodly Fear Hob 5710 Ps 99 Matt 6J13xDec 5 TWrsting for GodPs 4243 63 Dec 12South China Mission ij Dec 19 Praising God Ps 819 57711 712224 95 l7i Dec 2GJoy in Gods House Ps 81122 Jan 2Practicing the Presence of God Ps 23 91 v Jan 9Central China Mission Jan 16 = God in Nature Romans 81825 Ps19 29vlQ3 Jan 23 Loving Gods Word Ps 1 119 Jan 30Gods Care of all Things Ps 658 121 r Feb 6God our Refuge Ps 46i 61 62 Feb 13North China Missiontvtv V Feb 20The Suffering Savior Ps 22 110 Feb 27The Conquering Christ Ps 1872 45 Wtiti Mar 6The Growing Kingdom Ps 72 117 OGsgjO l Mar i3The Mission in Liberia yv iV Mar 2A Sense of Sin Ps 38 39 0 fiMar 27Confessing Sin Ps 32 7895 3 Apr 3 Seeking Forgiveness Ps 51 vSi Apr 10The Mission in YombaFApr 17Conquering Sin PsVl30 v Apr 24Wrestling With Doubts Ps f 73 5fv5 x PMayMay 15 Ideals of Goodness Psl 15 131 133 jl May 22Praying for Righteousness Ps 20 125Jl28 i34vf 1May 29 Praying Against the Wicked Ps 35 69 1091 5The Ethics of Speech Ps 12 52 120 Jas 3112 June 12The Brazilian Missionto June 19 Ministering to the Needy PsS241 Tune 26Hope of Unbroken Fellowship With God Ps 161l 49 WATCH AND PRAYt1t WAU HARRISON W lIArrisPastor MISS KATIE WILLIAMS j At the Opera House During Remainder of Week ITHANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION IBY PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Washington November President today issued his 2Thel tion naming Thursday next as a day for Thanksgiving The proclamation follows By the President of the United States of America proclamation r When nearly three centuries ago the first settlers came to the country which has now become this great republic they confronted not only hardship and privation but terrible risk to their lives In those grim years the custom grew of setting apart one dyin each year for a special service of thanksgiving to the Almighty f r preserving the people through the changing seasons The custom has now become national usagetVetime than our forefathers the men who with rugged strength faced the rugged days and yet the dangers to national life are quite as great now as at tiny previous time in our history It is eminently fitting that once a year our people should set apart a day for pulse and thanksgiving to the Giver otGood and at the same time that they express their thankfulness for the abundent mercies received should man fully acknoledge their shortcomingS- and pledge themselves solemnly and in faith to strive to overcome them During the past year we have been suffering and needjr She was of a genial Bisposition and made friends by the hundreds who are deeply grieved because of her death She will be greatly missed in the neighborhood where she had resided for so many years and where all knew her and loved her Her husband preceded her to the grave about three years ago The deceased was devoted to her children her children were devoted to her and today each deeply mourns because of the going away of a friend truetrue as heart could beL Mothers friendship neer grows cold Mothers lovi ieer becomes tarnished and while we may know that she has to the Throne of God yet there goneI terrible pinching at the heart a ble agony a grief which refuses to be mastered by the strongest will To the grieved ones Tie Sun extends sympathy Death at Loretto Mr W H Lyon one of the most prominent merchants of Loretto died at his home at that place at 11 oclock Saturday night of stomach trouble He had beeiC in ill health for some timeAuit his condition did not become serious until last Monday a week ago when he became violently ill He was anipeoplethe community in which he resided The return of Paul de Roulede to Paris wilt be the occasion oday of a popular demonstration J i blessed with bountiful crops Our business prosperity has been great No other people have ever stood on as high a level of material wellbeing age oiUnow stands We are not threatened p 063 from without The foes from whom we should pray to be delivered are our o passions appetites and follies and agaiPt these there IS lways need that we shouloWr Therefore I now set apart Thursday the30th of this November as a day of thanksgiving for the past and of prayer for the future and on that day I ask that throughout the land the people gather in their homes and places of worship and in rendering thanks unto the most high for the manifold blessings of the past year consecrate them selves to a life of cleanliness honor and wisdom so that this nation may do its allotted work on the earth in a manner worthy of those who founded it and those who preserved itIn witness thereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed Done at the City of Washington this second day of November in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and five and of the independence of the United States the one hundred and thirtieth THEODORE ROOSEVELT By the President Elihu Root Secre taryof State Found Dead In Bed Lebanon Enterprise James HalE gan aged about sixtyfive years was found dead in bed at the home of Mr Andy Camley m the western end of this county at an early hour Monday morning Little is known of the man He is thought to have been an Ohioan and a day or two before he died said that he had a sister living in Buffalo N Y and another in Texas Death is thought to have resulted from expose ure Wednesday of last week Halligan CamIeyIhe had spent the previous night in a fence corner and was snffering from asthma The unfortunate man was taken in and cared for Some time during Sunday night he was taken sud denly ill and died unknown to any of the household who found his lifeless body the foUQwingmorning Halligan is said to have been at one time a skilled mechanic but drink impaired his qualifications and finally he became a tramp He was not alto gether unknown in the community where he died for he had on former occasions passed through that section and finding employment would remain for a few weeks and then leave He was buried at Gethsemane Tues day the county defraying the expenses Deputy Sheriff Walter Wilsonr fob merly a Sergeant in Fourth Kentucky yl z teeswas fatally shot by William ll county e v f K THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 I 4 Hides Wanted I want all kinds of hides and furs Bring them to me and get Cash for them For the next two weeks I will pay 91J 2For Green Beef Hides Or 10For Salted Hides Bring them to me M H Facts Worth Knowing Wildcats are said to be on the In cease In Scotland Japan has 20000 firms engaged in the IDnk1ngof sake the national drink A coal mine In the frozen north was one thing found by the Ziegler expedl ont The electric tramway of Lisbon Por tngal Is said to be the finest in southern Europe Tokyo and Osaka are the best mar lets for seaweeds of which the Japanese use large quantities- It Is said that some qf the richest nines in the world depend entirely xpqn water transported in tank cars Washington left an estate valued at 4800000 which Is supposed to be larger than that left by any qther president ofthe United States In Sahara the temperature rises to 150 degrees in the daytime and sinks below the freezing point at nIght Jfiere sIlO such variation in the grft American desert sPresident Bqosev 1thas given to the- Washington zoo dozen of its most teresting peclmens a lion Tone bear zebra and Jnumber of tma tcr anImals t The United States is now the leading fTroducer of quicksilver in the world and Spain has been compelled to take second place The entire product of this country comes from Texas and CaliforniaIn parts qf the Australian con J Unent bee farming has become a prof Stable and popular occupation There are at present over 250000 hives In Australia producing from 10000000 to 15000000 pounds annually The white flag which was hoisted on the Russia destroyer Bledqvi when Admiral Ilojestvensky surrendered to the Japanese has been sent to Tokyo 3t was a tablecloth in the wardroom the size being about 9 by 5 feet The war of the Dutch against the Achinese has been going on for more than a century and though the once powerful kingdom of Achiu is now confined to the northwest corner of Suma Ira the natives are still unsubdued The Austrian government pays from 230 up to 230 for every shark killed in the vicinity of its territory the great range in rewards offered being flue to the wide differences in species and size among these destructive fishes The largest drug store in the world Js at Moscow It was established 203 jears ago and has at present over 700 employees It makes up over half a 4million prescriptions a year Russians send orders to It even when tray eling abroad Experiments on government railroAds of Prussia show that when steam Is superheated to 500 degrees there Is a saving of 1C per cent in the quantity of steam used and a saving of 12 per cent in fuel as compared with engines ssing ordinary or saturated steam Duringa trephining operation on a few York girl recently a portion of her brain became mutilated and almost two ounces of it had to be removed 3CevertbeJess she has just been dis charged from the hospital and is said 10 have full possession of every mental faculty A workman engaged in digging a iitch at Manchester Vt hung ils vest on a fence post while at work When ie went to look for Jt he found that a big Jersey cow was just swallowing Bathe last remnants The watch matches and miscellaneous articles in the pock its went along too A prisoner who was arrested at Wolf Joro N H was allowed to go pu his own recognizance for a peculiar reason The justice was out of town When the prisoner was to be arraigned a trial justice heard the case and decided that ss he had been ordered before a court which could not be found after reason able search the defendant was entitled to his liberty Portsmouth England has passed an ordinance for the suppression of cock crowing The chicken fanciers say it cannot be suppressed but the London News says that a partial remedy con sists 4n placing the perch where the tockT roosts so high that when he c 2c Jones I stands up to crow he knocks his head against the roof and desists A swing Ing board hung over his head answers the same purpose it says Now that Kansas has appropriated money to mark the old Santa Fe trail an enteirprlslug citizen of New Mexico suggests that a hotel be built at Las Vegas to be called the Santa Fe Trail hotel He wduld portray on the walls of its big dining room the scenery of the trail In other rooms would be bung paintings of old time stagecoaches cavalry squads buffaloes Indiana and scouts the sleeping rooms to be named after the states In the Union Thomas Hendricks was vsSfactoTla ot his class at the VirJ Ington High seeretaryCajltonHankow railroad He wentout iSi the Philippines as a government stenographer passed into thevemploy of a Manila law firm and then got his present job In Canton He signs checks and Issues passes and the Chinese have given him a name that means in English nan of honor And Thom as is barely twentyone Several notable members of the Brit- Ish bar have been giving advice to young lawyers Sir John BIngham says Wbrk hard have noble ambi tions be bold have confidence In yourselves get lr Edward Clark said much the same but Justice Maule declared that there were ont three things essential the first Is high animal spirits the second is high qI mal spirits and the third is hgh ani mal spirits If In addtlon the young man will take the trouble to learn a ImpedethiS Fell Dead Across Grave Harrodsburg Herald Uncle Clay Rogers a slave thirtynine years dropped dead at his home in Boyle county Tuesday morning He was anold tjme Southern darkeyandwas respected by a large circle of white people The funeralwas held yesterday morning the sermon being delivered in the sim ple language qf the Needmore parson of whose church the deceased had been a member for twentyfive years The pallbearers were six oldtime slave friends Just as the coffin was being lowered into the grave Joseph Coffey a pall bearer who had belonged to the same master as the deceased suddenly fell dead and nearly toppled into the open grave The burial was stopped and both bodies removed and will be todayTheplantation before the civil war and the close friendship then fdrmed held them together under the same roof after freedom came Each was about eigh tyfive years of age x JleJltsnonii Hint Mrsnobbnrt81this f s EtHopkinsville Ky June 7th 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear severekidneytimes was unable to work I was ad vised tq try your Texas Wonder and after using qnefqurth of one bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to many others wh themselves cured I must heartily recommended it to all sufferers from kidney fcr blad der diseases SAM DEA t lOne small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gavel 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 sept by ro ilon receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E WiHall Sole ManufacturerO Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists Washingtona Schools Examination For the Third Montho Questions submitted to the pupils in last Friday ex aminations miiuitionsIthe inspectionof trustees and visitors THIRD YEAR v READING LWhat lesson may be learned from reading Rob ert Bruce and the SpiderErom Trustworthy and True usingthem3Copy the poem on page 109 SPELLING hOnettIbu3Write five words to which EN can worse be added 10 ARITHMETIC 1Add 2 and 8 and i and 24 2 6x43 equals 3 How many eggs in 6 half dozen 4 How mancentsln 9 I HcnrylastwicepunctuateAFire2Fill these blanks with HAS HAVE WERE or WAS A There 1 been many rainy days There an orange in the box youbid4 Read the story lesson 44 three times and then write from memory FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS EarleI2Copy the first paragraph and substitute other words instead of DISTANT CENTURYS GIGANTIC HUGE and SUBLIME SPELLING Plague comrades syllable assigned martyr glee opinion centiped talons major assessor transparent libel at torney candidate illegible patron worthy raspberry divisor multiplicand quotient Paducah Daviess Owensboro FOURTH YEAR ARITHMETIC 1From 153 yards cloth I sold 27 ya dS to A and 48 yards to B How many yards remained 2If to the sum of 7749 and 6928 you add their difference what is the result 3Find the square of 4279 Find the cube of 88- 84At 507 apiece how much mbre will 297 carriages c st than 133 5What is the value of 87 tons of coal at 5 a ton 24 barrels of apples at 3 a barrel 869 barrels of flour at 4a barrel and 250 acres of land at 63 andTacre jFIFTH YEAR ARITHMETIC 7Write five prime numbers five cohipj Site a o ITHE VETERINARY I Nodular disease in sheep Is due to a worm that cannot be killed by medi cine says Breeders Gazette In nip absence of generous feeding this disease commonly known as knotty guts badly affects sleep but whero nutritious food Is freely given from torImarket it seems to do little harm Feed generously uou a mixture of equal parts whole oats and bran add- Ing a little flaxseed meal or cake also change pasture allow free access to salt and supply some succulent food InillKcntlon In IuRNC Horses will sometimes eat larg quantities of food but grow thinner in flesh and bo dull at work This con dition Is usually caused by Indigestion Boil one teacup qf flaxseed into a pulp with water and while hot pour it on half a pail of than and make a mash of it Give a mash of this kind once aday for a month with one of the fol lowing powders In It Mix four ounces each of sulphate of teen and nitrate of potassium and divide Into twentyfour doses Dog Spavin For on hock Joints of a horse q lx two drums of blnlodlde of mer cury with two ounces of lard sayn American Agriculturist Hub on a lit tle with the fingers Let It remain on oftwentyiourhours then wash off same way ever third week until the puffs disap peir Keep the animal In the stable wI hIts head tied up so that It cannot get its mouth to the blistered part amItlJBrittle hoofs are usually the resuIC of Bti nding too much ria dry floor Soak Ui feet in a clay puddle two or three tiijies a week or you may pack the feet with moist sponge or oil cake meal two or three nights in the week In addl tic n mix four fluid ounces each of wfiale oil and pine tar and once a day rub a little well Into the coronet and upper part of the hoot IfjgsasiblEL Srn to pasture dally At gastgive dally exercfsg a uce the feed It not In service Atlanta Constitution PRAJHERS CREEK Left From Last Week According to our fathers we will have an early winter judging from the number of wild geese going south corresPandtent that he has met with great success in his efforts to secure a rural route in this community We hope to see his efforts fully rewarded in the near fu ture Mr Will Shewmaker has sold his farm at this place to his brother Butter Shewmaker for 2300 We are glad to welcome MJ Shewmaker in our midst n Mr Peter Harmon ho lives on the Will Shewmaker farm has rented a small farm of VirgiFMilton R T Begley and wife spent Sunday at the home of G T Mays Mrs Henry Coyleof Springfield spent last week with her daughter Mrs G W Young at this place Mr James Isham of Jensonton was irk our vicinity Saturday on business Mr D H Cocanougher of Texas Daily Paper The Springfield and Chi cagoNations Daily Reviewc 4 already Mr and Mrs L Mrs were Salty with From ew South Wales an made of market Out the found they was pqisojr exception Remedy made the Medicine Moines narcotics makes the best security that any little qugh cough This remedy for sale C Hay 412FindC 4A farmer had 123J acres of land he bought 37i acres son 49a acres How much had lef- t5A man who had lost of his money had 300 left How much had he at first LANGUAGE dictate lesson 6and have pupils write dictation2Write loaf berry goose woman foot mouse sentences from lesson 26 and pupil write as in number I memory5WriteGEOGRAPHY How many continents which live What oceans surround it 2iDrav a circle mark off the zones from memory In which you live it either coldest or hottest 3Whichpart of North America Level 4Which States border on Atlantic Gulf of 1rIex the Western part of United States dry Which beat for Why iHISTORY storyof Columbus up to the 2Whut made discoveries in Americ- a3What part America each claim 4 =Write of John Smith 5What did Ifydson do and who settled New York JFIFTH AND LANGUAGE 1Copy these lesson Harveys Pri mary Grammar and underscore the subject with one line the copula with lines and predicate with three lines 2Write two declarative two and two sentences3Copy and punctuate first five page 26 4 The first day of week is Sunday a short letter to a friend telling him about jypur first examination dayt t SIX SEVEN AND EIGHT YEARS GEOGRAPHY 1Give three reasons to prove that the earth round 2What is a mountain a range a system Explain r republicGivebymanufacturing InvuitThe region Give the leading products of the State SIXTH SEVENTH AND EIGHTH YEARSR- EADING 1Of What time the year we by uThe Death of i 2Copy one line each from five that show them time the year r Write qf MELANCHOLY WAITING GLOOMY FRAGRANCE J in sentences SEAR BEAUTEOUS BRIGHTNESS SIGHS BRIEF 5 = each pupil read a different stanza and gradehim SPELLING ISpell dyewqod outweigh scoured meridians Free 1I50 Wi I A YEAR IThis offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how tong have an to give you such a bargain so come early up your arrearages a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send a Daily one year Think of it r The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is a success It a fourpage sevencolumn paper printed in large type on good Started in 1905 it has thousands ofsubscribers and it intends to add more in the next few weeks by means qf surangement with The Sun and other newspapers such as we have outlined above CHICAGO DAILY is eVery IThc in the year and contains all the news thats worth remember has a complete market report excellent reading matterfqr the family condensed and readable repdrts of the worlds news and every day gives its readers a magazine article By one of the high class special writers onus staff Remember that regular price of the KASONAL DAILY is One Dolta Sfy time only all new subsg wito Sun who pay a year in and all old sub J3cr6ers who pay arrearages and a year hi advance can get the REVIEW for only 50 cents additional rDont wait now is the time get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered Address f Springfield f Kentucky and R Arnold and Nancy Cocanougher guests qf W T Kimberlin Sunday Mrs Kimberlin is suffering RemedyfTwo years ago the Pharmacy Board of New Australia had analysis that of entire list they only one that declared entirely free from This was Chamfall Cough by Chamberlain Company Des Iowa U A The absence of all this remedy safest and that can be had and it is with a feeling of mother can give it to her ones Chamberlains Remedy is especially recommended by its makers for coughs colds and whooping is by L don T and gave his he FOURTH LTeacher chimney ox 3Teacher dictate five On do you and zone do Is the zone is mountains the On co- 5Vhy is the is farming 1Write the discovery of America nations of did shorfstories Captain l SIITH YEARS sentences IV two the interrogative imperative sentences Analyze the 5Write is earthquakes farming some of Of ail reminded reading the Flowers stanzas of 3 synomyms RUSTLE 4Use Let A opportunity and you Newspaper for phenomenal is of January thousands NATIONAL REVIEW published the CHICAGO REVIEW ortTmlied advance to THE SUN rheumatism Anderson Coimtys Crop I Anderson News The caoyass of An derson county just conrfoded by the Kentucky and Ohio Burley Growers Company shows that there are 53fr crops of tobacco in the county contain ingt total of 1681000 pounds of tobacco oeihg an average crop of about 3250 pounds to the grower President Ben Franklin has sent to the cqmpany statements ol capacity and rents of three large warehouses in the county ad expects to send other daysrders the establishment of a monster withIin eachcounty so far as is possx le- land th point will be selected where shipping facilities are best Minneapolisfeminineorphanage Ecuador Chile Caracas Bogota Lima 2Give any rule for sselling you have learned SIXTH YEAR ARITHMETIC 1A man buys 125 worth of hay and 75 worth of corn He pays 13987 How much is due 2How many square inches in a square foot I3A floor is t 18 ft How many sqUare feet in it bought 8 bbls of sugar qf 235 lbs each for 12220 How mt1chd d one lb cost 5 25x6x3x4 minus 9x8 plus 90 equals f SIXTH YEAR Kentuckyandtell inI3 When was Kentucky separated from V a GovernorWhere5 =Give the names of five prominent statesmen in Kentucky to 1812 i SEVENTH AND EIGHTH YEAR centdecimallypercent3A merchant sold a piano for 350 whichcost him 280 What was the gain and the gain per cen- t4A note of 600 given May 16 1896 bearing interest at S cedue5Find the difference between the present worth and the bank moneybeingSEVENTH AND EIGHTH YEARS syntax2Giveuse of commas class4Writeload manservant fish SrParseall the nouns in these sentences Henrys health isgood Grammar is a science LeifColumbus2Write n short sketch of the settlement of Virginia MassachusettsRhode TellcauseemP1oymentrathe gundersigneili Jf Jt For the best job work attliel1isfreyson able prices call upon The Sun 1t 1 c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 THE CROSSETT 300 TO OO The Best Shoe on Earth figure This Out a Harrodsburg Herald Onel bf our subscribers writes and tells us that aI few weeks ago near Mayo f in county two brothers were married one marrying a widow and the other a daughter of the widow Now the correspondent wants to know what js the W T LEACHMANS 1GENTS FURNISHING STORE A place where you can J buy what you WANT at Prices that will Please l r you e t ii 1 35 CENTS A Garment for fleeced lined Underwear The best bargain ever offered to the trade of Wasfjingtonco to 11 a garment d GLOVES U Anything from a 10 cent canvass glove to 5 fur glove You will save money by buying your gloves of me A large variety from which you may select W T LEAGHMAN BENTS FURNISHING STORE relation of kinship established between the two brothers by the marriage and what will be the relation of their children if they should be blessed with any We turn this over to Prof Har hopeheThe Right Rev Father Obrecht ab bot of Gethsemane has returned from asix months tour of South Africa i YOUR WINTER CO A LIa Now is the time to give us your I order You know we handle the best goods t I HMCCIUreWISHV Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time the have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which hosbeen proven the best The Pap and Elwood Field Finclng 4 The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be said of makes orrasolines Most of them budgingis Iand wickedness Wells = a t IprlncfliM Ky E Vermont Wolves slush to tits astonishment and anx lety of residents of indsor Uutln d Orange and Washington counties In Vermont wolves are making their np pearance this fn 1nnd in several re glows town hunts have been organized to rid the communities of the lunge ous beasts says a special dispatch from XorthficJd Vt to the New York World Feetrkilled but they continue to increase For many years wolves have betH considered extinct and when a Onif ton man declared he saw one Jbreo years ago the report was taken vTflPu grain of salt This so incensed the Grafton man that ho spent a week broughtt t was seen to ve a genuine specimen Since then the wplves have been breed lug and farmers fear Unit they will soon become mighty troublesome unless measures are promptly taken to oxtei minute them Thi increase is laid to the tucL that a fen years iigo the wolves were driv en snithward from Canada und bC cans the state deiidetl about thin time to r tnovp the bounty on all noxious animals Then too deer have been in creasing and young fawns nuke ex celltiit feeding for lone wolves When the animals travel in packs they have no difficulty in overcoming a buck Within the last few weeks wolves hive been seen in Barnard Waits field Graftou Gayesville Chlttenden IMttsflcId and in several other towns In thtee instances they have leikilled but In the others they escaped Last spring a farmer named Purdy who lives in Northam found In the woods near his place what he thought were two shepherd puppies They weru about three weeks old and he hadno difficulty in catching theni lie hit the little fellows in his arms and was starting home with them when he was ferociously attacked by an old slit wolf and was badly bitten In the leg before he could beat the beast off This is the only case where a wolf has attacked n man but two children have been set upon land cowtles sheep have been killed a time the town authorities laid the depredations to dogs rind it Is believed that they paid damages in several Instances where wolves were to blame For the most part the wolves keep well back in the mountains during the daytime coming down to the pastures only at night This makes hunting them ex tremely difficult and accounts for the small success the farmers have baa t exterminating them Up to the press ent they have not become numerous enough to hunt in packs bud they wit BKortly unless some concerted actio b taken to kill them off Concern is Jfplt for children in the remote dia ttlcts who frequently have to trays ver long lonesome woodland stretches in order to reach the district schools f subscribe for The Sun 100 year zt WARNING From Mrs Russell Sager Says Women Spend Too Much Money For Men Mrs Russell Sage in an article on Opportunities and Responsibilities of Leisured Women published in the North American Review for November makes the foJlolngstntements There isan Immense amount of feminine talent and energy wasted In the world every day This Is not due to the Indifference or the laziness of woman for she Is eager to do to accomplish to go out lutp the field of life and achieve for herself and for her kind But she simply does not know how One of 1nine most Important movements of the day therefore Is the reawakening of woman the building her up oa a new basis of self help and work for others That movement will set loose an amount of energy and tal ent that will revolutionize our social lifeIt is absurd to suggest that women who have a talent for music or litera ture or art should be enslaved by domestic drudgery while the struggle for the civilization of the world is going on Mrs Sage thinks selfishness and Idleness great sources of danger She thinks womeiis laxity toward drinking and smoking is InjuriousfU a dinner she recently says it was put to u vote whether or not amok lug should be indulged in The ladies present not wishing to be obnoxious toted Yes I being the only one that voted 01The result was that the men indulged their love for tobacco to the discomfort of almost all the women present and the nausea of some of them This sort of thing is remotely responsible for the cigarette smok ing habit iijnbhg reputable young wo men They indulgeIn order to affiliate with young men and be considered good fellows Drinking Is Indulged in to an appalling extent by women of the wealthy Idle class and their daughters are following in their footsteps The great danger of this is that the idle rich class influences the succeeding strata of society This class is sur sounded with a certain glamour that those not so high up in the so called social scale mistake for something genuine but Which is the veriest sham Bear in mind that I refer to no set or clique but to a condition manifested in all parts of the country Now the eIYIlDi1tatedso If they smoke cigarettes other girls do the sane Mrs Sage denounces gambling as one of the inevitable concomItants Of Idle extravagant lifo She tells of hostesses politely bullying men Into game of poker or bridge whist and making them pay dearly She adds The trouble Is that the wives of 1tunny men In this class squander in gambling and other forms of dlsslpa tion the money their husbands give them for household expenses and are compelled to resort to just such niens ures to make up the deficit lest their husbands find put the true state of af fairs and adopt drastic measures to correct then Week end patties have bridge whist ns a sole purpose Rooms are hired ami furnished In all parts of New York city by fashionable young women who do nothing but gamble there I waR sitting ill my carriage not long ago sail seeing a young friend of whom II am fond walking up the avenue I Inj vfifed her to drive wl th die But she AVored her hand ana exclaimed I cant today Ive been losing at eu sirs sail now Im going to minks it up at bridge Ahd she hurried oujfife idle rich are no more vicious than the Idle poor but they are much nioro lacking In sympathy with one another Mr Sage recommends women of leisure to apply themselves to mls lou ary work In Improving towns and vll luges Site says In our great cities many women are necessarily lonely or are forced Into ilclous society And this loneli ness Is not ameliorated by attending balls and other entertainments It is unfortunate that men of small means inning to Attend business must leave their wives touch alone In hotels nUll boarding houses It Is not womans nature to be philosophically resigned to solitude She must hue society preferably good but she must have society An inexperienced man is apt to neglect his wife and still expect her to be chaste as Lucrece There Is a great field for Work among the unemployed wives of Salaried men It the idle rich woman would only learn to took upon her sister of this class as the daughters of a womjin like herself coequal with her before God Bhe wo lid take her by the hand and draw her out from her solitude and by so doing reap a reward In the unfolding of her own character Mrs Sago very earnestly declares that the only remedy tor the social evil In our communities Is by educating boys nndjflrla to one standard of rao raUtI JHerb W Edwards Injured Herb W Edwards of Des Moines lastnwinterspraining his wrist and bruising his knees The next day he says were so sore and stiff I was putIPain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had disappeared For sale by C J Haydoa 11 11 4 DURING THE MONTH OF H November The Springfield Sun Chicago Daily Reviewj Weekly CourierJour nal ALL THREE PAPERS 90The Springfield Sun Publishing Co Springfield Ky Inclosed find 190 for which send to my address for one year The Springfield SunIThe Chicago National Daily ReviewZ The Weekly CourierJournal Name P stoffice s tf = = t Rural Route No Statet fVS A Chicken Thief IInegroat an early hour Sunday morning by Chief of Police Logan Wood assisted by Pleasant Faulconer Mr Faufconer had been missing his chickens of late and although he suspicioned Kendrick hfe was unable to catch the shrewd old darky Saturday evening he concluded that it Was a very good time to nab the thief as he well knew Sunday dinner j is never complete with a negro unless chicken is on the table Mr Faul coner has been staying at the farm up beeniout each day since and looking sunIItday were roosting In a very short time Kendrick was seen to appear and after inspecting the house to see that no one was near knocked a fat young Plymouth Rock fryer off the roost and bagged him The other chickens were too far outof his reach so getting his shotgun he returned and brought down another fat one from the limb When he was fnthe act of picking up his lookIingnegro u I mo stfell exhausted from fright He wasbroUght to Danville and placed in jail Kendrick has a wife and family and is about sixty years old He has heretofore borne a good reputation among the white folks but says the temptation was so great that the devil got the best of him Babys Meals A physician of a charity hospital for children was once congratulated on the remarkably healthy lot of infants he geemed to have In his place at all times and lrt was asked the reason why He explained that he had by ae cldeht stumbled upon a truth which helP greatly He gave out an order tp the nurses to feed all the fhimInfant certain way using certain qcant proportions nt Intervals he carefully specified including night feeding In his periods of Intervals The head nurse to whom he gave the directions misunderstood him and took one period of omission of the feedings to be from 7 p m to 7 a m anl for some time this rule of no night teed lug was strictly followed withouthis being aware of it The correspondingly increasing health of the infants at this time surprised him so much that he made Inquiries of his nurses try- Ing to find out the reason for tIre un usual peace at night ash relief from crying babies at a period usually filled with the sounds from all quarters of the hospital He found that the mis taken understanding of his and the omission of the directionsI had been the direct cause of fijs so after that he gave it as a direct order and the nights continued serene for allNew York Globe Cleared for Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy out the mind Try them At C J Haydons drug store 25 cents i Thanks Only The Danville Advocate says That a law should be in force whereby a minister is entitled to a certain amount for performing the holy rites of matrimony was forcibly illustrated yester day when a young Harrodsbmg couple were married in thaicity by one of the leading ministers The cJegyman was put to considerable trouble in being taken awayfrom his studyfqc the Sun day services to perform the ceremony and when the task was finished theoj groom in a manful way took him by the hand and with his face all aglow withi happiness said Brother I certainly do appreciate what you have done for me The minister looked somewhat pleased but was unable to say a word brideiclergyman was left to think about the fat fee he didntget When You Have a Bad Coat You want a remedythat will not only give quick but effect a perma n entcureVYou want a remedy that will relieve easyYou v pneumoniaYou and safe to take Chamberlains remedy aeets- all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by C J Haydon Chief Justice Hobson ruled that GHJ3 gress did not give the Federal Gsjurisdiction where the jifaintiff anc of the defendants were citizens of f State R TOMACH ACHE You have more orless trouble with your stom yourbowels your livere- verybody does And when these- delidlteanrt easilydisordered gans do get otttofordertheyare thingsIe you do have and preventtheseparYc om getting out of order is to use Dr CaldwelFsLmjctl Syrup Pepsin goMforcertain drugs by DR CALI WELLS formula its natural value is highly increased DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN Is the best thing in the world for cer resting and all forms of stomach troubleyoullsay so when you try itDR CALDWELLS SYRUPPEPSIK can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all and your tnoney will be refunded if it falls to benefit you Your postal card request wffl tnfbyretrmalt our new booklet DR CALUWBLi BOOK OF WONDER aad mJpte N those who have sever tried this woad M resatdr Iallyoarpostaltoday t PEPSIN SYRUP t r Mat I f jV Sold ly Rid Cms Isre THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 ii1tIItItl IZI tIZI tZi i ii 1 Coal In A Nutshell Means that you are getting the most for your money The greatest amount of heat for the least money is what you want Our coal furnishes that We are Coal Distributors To The Masses tWe have to be because our trade takes in most everybody Its a + good time to have coal put in now Later it may be higher BUYi I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday November 8 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postern ce at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION One Year 0 ix Months u 50 Three Honthsr u 25 5F1n writing to have your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper- agoingas well as the postoffice to you wish it sent WILLISBURG Ezra Gibbs and family of Anderson county visited his brother W S Gibbs a few days of last week Miss Lula Trent has returned home after a weeks stay with relatives here J W Shirley was in Harrodsburg last week on business Misses Artie and Olive Sutton spent Jast Friday with their grandmotherMrs Eoht Mdlvoy Miss Cora Trent visited at Jerome Trents Thursday of last week John Howel and wife spent last Wed nesday with his sister Mrs Catherine ClarkMiss Elizabeth Shirley visited her sister Mrs E J Pinkston a few days of last week Mrs Jane Birch spent Friday and Saturday with her daughter Mrs J K Wells Robert Sims and wife visited the lat ters parents last week Mrs Sallie Noel and daughter Miss Hester spent Wednesday with Mrs Sue Merritt Tom Trent and wife of near Antioch M H Jones eI MttvIt 1Z4t1tI itt visited their son J M Trent last Sat AdkersSn and family visited at the home of W S Brawley John Sutton of Harrodsburg visite- his parents at this place Saturday and Sunday TJ Miller and family visited rela tives at Valley Hill last week Miss Pearf Cheatham spent one night last week with her grandmother Mrs C RCheathamrM C Cheatham sold his farm near Polin to Mr Bearkhead He will start in the near future to Indian Territory to make his future home We wish Mr Cheatham good luck but sorry to lose him as a citizen of this county U G Scrogham formalyof this place but of late of Springfield has sold his property and mail contract to Richard Riley and has moved to Chic ago Ill to make his future home We regret to lose Mrr Scrogham as a mail carrier as he was one of the best ones we have ever had at thisplace T J Miller sold to W P Merritt three yearling mules price private- J W Shirley bought from Merritt Foster one fat heifer at 2J cents per poundE Brown of this place is resting a nice residence and other buildings which will add vPry much to our town Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Prof J T Prather and Mrs Kate Shewmaker- W S Gibbs and John Reynolds were in Harrodsbu last Monday on busi ness W P Cheatham of Brooksville has a case of diphtheria in his family AB Wells of this place is in very ill healthat present We have a buss line from this place to Springfield W F Hughes leaves here at 8 oclock a m and returns at 4 p m It is a great convenience for peopleWe sorry to note the death of little Robert Crume son of Dr Sam Cruinei formely of this place but lat of7Lo Isville Ky Remains wer brought here for burial on last Monday morning Funeral services were con ducted by Rev J A Sims The community extends sympathy to the be reaved ones DrZ Test a prominent educator of Richmond Ind died of injuries resulting from falling down a flight of stairs Henry Schull known as the fathe- of the Indianapolis wholesale district is dead CARDWELL Mrs E T Perkins has been very sick for several days Mrs M E Perkins and Miss Ada Sims spent Friday at ET Perkins The young folks of this and adjoining communities had a nice time at Mr R A Willhams Saturday night A large crowd was present Kirkwood Cornish ville Duncan arid Tdblow being well representedMiss Royalty spent Sunday with Miss Lillis Willham Mr S P White and wife spent Sun at W L Grahams Mr Thomas Mobley has moved to Cardwell We gladly welcome all such good people to our little city Mr Erastus Sims has moved in the house with his father on Chaplin river Jjr H J Brown has moved to the farm he purchased of J F Mobley Erastus Mobley visited at S 0 Mil tons Sunday Several from here attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Born to the wife of Floris Lay on the 1st a boy The sixmonthold baby of Mr and Mrs Robert Voorhees died at Arming ton October 30 and the remains were brought here for burial Nov 3 at Mt Freedom Mr Hollice Summers has gone to Georgetown where lie will attend schoolMr H J Brown bought of W E Brown 1Q7 acres of land at 1700 Robert and Davis Noel bought of Fred cashdalty a house and 12 acres of land at 400 Holliday Kyler received 60 head of cattle here last week at prices ranting from Ic to3c E T Perkins Sold a cow to Joe San ders for Perkins Brown bought of W L Graham 1 mare also a mare of J S Newby prices private Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting space that the fire cant cross SOnetimes a on so long you as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Gau writes My wif had a very aggravated cough which physiciansDr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe A C J Haydons drug 50 and 100 guaranteed Trial bottl free j JENSONTON We are having a little rain at present tobbaco raisers are very busy stripping their tobacco this week small grain looks well at this plac g Mr Preston PratheK and wife of of Pulliam spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter Mrs J J Isham at this place Rev H P Hatchett filled his ap pointment at Beech Grove Saturday and Sunday also at Long Run school house Saturday night and was the guest of Bro J J Isham ILast Friday was examination day at school Miss Catherine Arnold and daughter of this place and Mrsr Amelia Arnold guestseyeTerrific Race With Death approachingjdeath as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life I had tried different doctors and seve ral medicines but got no benefit un til I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effqrt that in andram drug1store 1 3000ANTEDFat FOR THANKSGIVING TRADE None butgood turkeys will be received Highest Paid SPRINGFIELD POULTRY CO- t 9 MH JONES Mng j WASHINGTON LETTER special Correspondence The interior department has been no titled that several seedlings of the se qioias gigantic trees that are found only in California will be sent to this city to be planted in the public parks Experiments in recent czrsshow that these seedlings grow with rapidity in different altitudes and climates and that they soon become beautiful trees Thee are several examples of this in various localities of California Ac cordingly the interior dtpartmeut has been encouraging u study or the trees and the planting of seedlings extensively and It was at the suggestion of Mr W B Acker chief of the patent and miscellaneous division that the sending of seedlings to this city was decided upon- Captain John OSLien U S A who has control of the Sequoia National park this season has shipped by ex press thirteen small Sequoia gigantca trees which he secured in that govern ment reservation to Major Pitcher U S A at Yellowstone Park The largest tree of the jot shipped is about two feet In height Sequoia For Yello rntone Park Captain OShea stated that it is the intention of the government to propagate these trees in the Yellowstone park if possible In speaking of the trees Captain OShea stated that there are many young sequoias springing up in our- national park but that their growth Is retarded by the fact that they are covered with brush and the further fact that every other variety of tree in the forest makes war upon them A most interesting sight be says is the effect that iir trees and other vane ties of tree growth have had on the growth of the sequoia When the firs or outer trees have the start of the sequoia in height it is observed that there are no branches on the side of the sequoia next to the tree of the other varieties and their growth Is retarded whereas if the sequoias are ahead in the race and their heads are exposed to the sun undo air they rnpIdly crush out the growth oftheir numerous ene mies and are soon the monarchs of all they survey A Remarkable Cane The presidents vast collection of gifts of all kinds was adder to the other day by the presentation lot a re theegive his name called at the door of the presidents office and left the cane with Major Loeffler for presentation to the president The stick was elaborately carved with the names of all the bat alltkilledehi battle Counting Queer Money About once every two or three years the secretary of the treasury receives from the chief of the secret service a notice that he has In his possession high up in the attic of the treasury building an accumulation of counter felt money so muchiu tact that there is no longer room In which to store any more of it whereupon the secretary appoints a committee of three from among the clerks In the cash room who count the counterfeit bills and coin and take an juvcutory of ulli articles seized by the secret service this Is done the secretary is sues an order which seuds the coin toI the assay office jvjiere all the and gold are melted or reduced from the muss run into ingots and sold while the rest of the stuff Including the base metal such as dies stamps etc is taken either to the navy yard or to n foundry and there destroyed In the presence of secret service officers who make affidavit of the destruction to the secretary The lust destruction of con traband money occurred In 1902 Confiscated Outfit The material confiscated Includes In addition to counterfeit notes coins postage and revenue stamps valuable and costly tIc- ounterfeiters e by means of which print the Latin numer als on queer notes Inks paints acids photographic apparatus dies molds stamps and a host of other things used in counterfeiting At the lust count the amount of counterfeit coin reached a total of 31000 while the queer notes raw over 100000 From this sum of counterfeit dollars the assay office melted out 900 worth of silver Ingots Some Noted Counterfeit Among the notes Were some made years ugh by 13rockwayt the king of famousitwo notes g General Hancock and known to the secret service as Hancock 2s These counterfeit notes were made by John son of Detroit and were so perfect that the government was obliged to dull In the Hancock 2s and to cease Issuing any more of tem In order to warn people of the most successful counter felt ever perpetrated In the United States The Brockway Johnson and several others of the more noteworthy counterfeits are so perfect that many of them are still floating about through banks and In commerce Few Gold Counterfeit There are very few gold coins in the accumulation Every variety of coin has been counterfeited from pennies to twenty dollar eagles but the last named are few and far between In the collection are many flash notes and stamps printed for adver tising purposes but resembling the real thing so nearly asto warrant their seizure by the secret service officials There wpre also a few counterfeit foreign notes for the government holds that It It as treat a crime to falsify or counterfeit foreign obligations as It Is to counterfeit our own GAEL BOEOFH3LD t Ig Keep Your Feet Dry Through the winter this is just as essential to U good health as is dry powder to the success a of the army FeltBootS1Ia For Men and Boys I Will unquestionably keep your feet dry They are the best to be had and at the lowest prices Our stock of rubber goods is complete in every particular Fulflineof heavy shoes I I Rain Coatsi We have a nice line of men s Raincoats and Mclntoshes which we are of I erin at very low vic- esSpecialII 0 Prices We will make you a special low price on a matting j now We have about fifteen rolls which we are very anxious to close out to make room for other goods If you are needing a matting now is the tithe to buy Clothing Sales upII an v 1 Grundy Mdntire JMOORESVILLE Since our last there has to the wife of James I and to the wife of Enoch beenbi Mrs Belle Barry departed November 4 She was following day at St Rose Mr Erastus Trent of Willisburg is visiting his cousin Mr Erastus Yates Mrs John W Hays entertained last Wednesday in honor of her sister Mrs Sue Barker of Lexington those present were Mrs Ida Williams and two children Mr and Mrs William Eddle man and son Mrs Mary Dawson and son from Chaplin Mrs Mattie Cole man from Bardstown Mr Herbert Eddleman and wife Mrs Fannie LydI daUghjterDave Humphrey and children Mrs IN 1883 Amelia Moore Miss Nettie Boblitt of Midway vis ited Mrs Kate Shewmaker near Maud last week- Miss Fairye Lyddane of Booker was in Springfield last Friday shopping Messrs Burnett Wall and Shelby rume were in Springfield last Satur Iry Mollie Hines visited her parents at Booker last Saturday and Sunday Miss Ophelia Yates still continues the guest of her parents IThe infant child of Dr Sam Crume and wife died in Louisville last Sunday morning and wasjnterred at Willis burg the ol1owinqday We extend sympathy ones spokeISubscribe for The Sun 100 year I PuttingUp Prescriptions is an adjunct of the drug business that we are specially fitted for No one ever yet complained of our prescriptions Sick People Recover if we put up their prescriptions where recovery is possible Many now alive owe life and improved health to our pre beIESTABLISHED Haydons Pharm- acytTrTTt1 L T 1 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 I Meats i Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chops Veal Reast Yeas Chops Yeas Cutltts PickledPlg Feet Piskied Bologna HamBreakfast Bacon Mince Meat Fish EyryThursday- Oystrs Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market Local News Notes The grand jury is still in session Born to the wife of Mr W B Ni kirk on the 3rd a 11 pound by Carl Archibald CONTINUED The case of William H York charged with the murder of his brother was continued at Lawrence burg until the January term of court on account of the prisoners weakened condition DOLLAR WHEATThe Danville News predicts dollar wheat within the next few weeks The local price is ranging from 80c to 90c and a prediction comes from the Chicago trade papers jthat the price will go to1in the next thirty days LAW ABIDINGThere is a law which requires all persons to destroy every Canada thistle found on their premises Says the Harrodsburg Herald MrI James L Demaree has a sow which preforms this duty for him She eats the roots of every thistle she can find digging deep holes in the ground and going to the very bottom of the roots She waits till the thistle has a good growth but never allows one to bloom Mr Demaree noticed this peculiarity of the sow after salting her near some thistles iITHE NEW RAILROAD The citizens of Springfield and vicinity will meet at the court house in Springfield next Thursday afternoon for the purpose of discussing the advisability of making a survey of a proposed new railroad through Springfield to Louisville The j survey of the Cumberland Northern railroad now runs through Lebanon and an effort will be made to raise funds with which to pay for a survey through Washington county Surveys have been recently made by the same road through Boyle and Mercer coun ties and the southeastern part of this county If the road should be built as the survey now indicates it would very much jeopardize the business interests of Springfield therefore this is a mat ter that should be given careful atten tion OLD CONFEDERATES AT pEWEE In order that the inmates of the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley may have the pleasure of being present atthe annual reunions the Kentucky Division I of the United Confederate Veterans have decided to continue the practice of holding the reunions at the Home The next reunion will be held in Sep tember as the weather is more favorable for outdoor gatherings in that A Celebrated Photographer I have with me for a short while Prof G H Watson the celebrated photographic instructor of St Louis Mo Those who want pictures wi come afronce I make a specialty ol enlarging pictures A lifesize 16x picture direct from the negative for 200Common sense teaches that a picture enlarged from a negative will be bettei thon one enlarged from another picture Let Agents alone and deal at home with a mi you KNOW IE AJ COXP5O- month The date will be selected by the Commanding General CoL Bennett H Young At the reunion last week Col Young was reelected Commander of the Kentucky Division His elec tion was by acclamation and was greeted with rousing cheers from the delegates and visitors NEW LIGHT PLANTThe Springfield Water and Electric Light Company are now figuring with a Louisville firm with a view of putting in a mucH larger dynamo and engine and it is probable that this WilL be done some time in the near future Sprincrfield now has one of the best plants in the state but the Company believes that with a larger plant it will be able to give the people a better service Mr James Clark Jr represents the James Clark Jr Elec trical Manufacturing Co of Louisville was here last week making figures with a view of putting in a bid to sup ply the new plant I have some great bargins to offer you Saturday November 11 P J THOMAS THOUSAND SCHOOLS WITHOUT TEACH ERSA statement has been issued by State Superintendent of Schools James H Fuqua that the county superintend ents over the State will not be per mitted to issue special license to teachers In 1904 there were many schools in the various counties without teach ers and it was decided by the State authorities to issue special license toI persons desiring to teach thereby filling the vacancies caused by the scarcity of the regularly licensed teachers The order was made last year giving many persons without certificates au thority to teach in the common schools There are as many vacancies this year as there were lastyear butsuperintend= ents refuse to permit persons without certificates to teach Mr Fuqua thinks the scarcity of teachers is due to the poor pay they receive from the State There will be one thousand schools in the State without teachers THE LABOR PROBLEM IThe Shelby County Colonization Company has set tled twentyfive Swiss families on the 300 acre tract of land recently purch ased for that purpose Representatives of the cprfipany are now in New York with a view of securing an additional numbed and jt is thought that the domestic help problem so far as Shelbyyille is concerned will soon be settled This is a step in the right direction and it will doubtless soon betaken up in other towns and communities This world is ful of honest and honorable people who are seeking em ploment and the sooner this section of Kentucky secures this sort of labor the better it will be for it A man or woman who has to be persuaded or bullied into work ought to be everlastingly put out of business MrJ C Ensor has disposed of hi 9 onethird interest in the livery busines of Boblitt Ensor R Brown to his partners and will move to the country in a short time to engage in farming If you want the best and most attractive shoe for the money try the Hamilton Brown at P J THOMAT Marion Items Falcon Mr George Burriss and Miss Mary L Harris were married Wednesday at the home of the bride in the county Mr Dallas Simms sale Saturday was attended by a large crowd and every thing but live stock sod for small prices Cattle and horses sold well five of the latter selling for 132250 a broodmare nihe years old sold for 285 while four of her colts Norvin W sold for 300 285 23750and 215 The 130 acres of land was sold to Prof W F Pate for 6b22Per acre Miss Ona Whit field age twentyfive e years died of typ mid fever Thursd1y at me home vi her fathpr Mr Joe Whitfield near R YWiekol Mr John J anl Miss Ellen McElroy of this city wntbC married at the Catholi parsonage by Rev J A Hogarty at7 oclock Thursday morning November 23 Mrs Peter Simms died in Louisville Sunday and her remains were brought to Holy Cross Tuesday for interment She was formerly Miss Florance Burks of this county and was thirtyfive years old Her husband and two small children survive Mr James Hendron and Miss Dora IiRoUer were married at the home of the s father Mr D B Roller in the years old 0awhit his bride has just reached the age of sweet sixteen Mr J C Funk of this county an Miss Lizzie Sidebottom of Campbells r vine were married in Louisville Tues day Mr John G Barr and Miss Elali Saltsman will be married by Rev J TJ Jenkins at a High Nuptial Mass at th Catholic church at New Hope Thrus day morningsNovember 23j aaJaaaaaQaaa a Personal Notes f o aaV sitors In and Out of TownA a paQoQaaaaaaaaaaa Mr H M Moss was in Louisville last week Dr Ecnest Crume was in Louis vine several days last week Mr J B Grundy of Bardstown was called here last week by the death of his mother Misses Mary and Lucy Brown were in Louisville last Friday Messrs George G Hall and J D Heatherstone of Louisville were here last week in the interest of the telephone company Mrs Exal of Lebanon who has been the guest of her sister Mrs J W Lewis has returned home Mr Leo Haydonwas in Louisville last week Mr M rf Jones was in Bardstown last week IMr Willam Waters will leave to morrow for Somerset Ky where he will probably locate MrT J Miller wife and children of Willisburg spent Saturday and Sunday at Walker Heights Mesdames C C Cambron and George Boldrick of Lebanon were dayslastMrs CH Mclntire and children are visiting at Fredericktown MrC C McGill of Lebanonwas- in our town TuesdaysMiss Sue Ray and guest of Lebanon spent several days this weeK with Mrs J C McElroy Mr B S Mattingly of Louisville was in our town yesterday Mrs McCarty andchildren of Louisville are= visiting Mrs Wilson Green R H Mullican of Frankfort is at home for a few days v Dr George Shunty of Louisville is in town this week Mr Hilory Bell of Fairfield was in town Tuesday Mr Wm Lewis of Louisville is in town in the interest of the telephone company Dr J H Lampoon was in Freder Icktown Tuesday Mrs John Clements rand sister Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon were here yesterdayi Robert Marks is iri Louisville this week Mrs J W Lewis was in Lebanon several days last weekJMiss Margaret McChord was called home Friday by the death of her grand mother Mr Fred Grigsby was in Bloomfield the first of thCiveek Brother Christopher Montgomery of Massathusetts visited his father W P Montgomery last week Mrs S C McGill has returned home after a visit to her father Mr Ralph Hagan of Fairfield Mr and Mrs G1B Cunningham returned home Monday night after a five months stay in Oklahoma City Mrs George Boldrick of Lebanon vitited friends here Monday Miss Elizabeth Leachman is theI guest of Miss Mary Hundley at Stan ford Misses Mary Gleason and Fannie Wall were in Lebanon one day last weed Mrs C N Cooper visited relatives in Lebanon last week MisiMayme Philips of Lebanon visited her aunt Mrs JVLewis a few days last weekI Miss Kate Mayes who has been quite sick for some time is very much IbHter Mr and Mrs ec McChord wer6 in Frankfort last week Miss Ellen Wathen who has recovered from an attack of typhoid fever and has been in Owensboro for several months has returned home Mrs Nannie Simms was in Louis vine the first of the week to see her daughter Nancy who was operated on several weeks ago and is there under treatment CamPbeleand little Donald were in Louisvillee Sunday entertainedevening Miss Lyda Mattingly won the prise Mr William Medley has resigned his position as bookkeeper for the firm of Cunningham Duncan He will enter school at Spencerian college in Louisville and later will keep books for his father r jl1 The infant child of Mr and Mrs T E Hardesty is quite ill of spinal meningitis at the home of Mrs Har destys mother in Lebanon Mr W D McElroy has moved into his new residence on Grundy avenue Mr Lev Brown has moved into the house vacated by Mr McElroy and Mr JN Kelly has moved in the house formerly occupied by Mr Belbaum Lexeington visited Mri and Mrs J M 1JrSmithspent a few days Will Prosecute To The End Harrodsburg Democrat Mrs Walter Stotts called at The Democrat office Saturday and complainedabout the suggestion being made that Policemen Britton and Herronwould not have to stand second trial for killing Mr Stotts as the case would probably be filed away by the Commonwealth Mrs Stotts said that she considered herself the proper one to decide tHat matter and that she wanted it distinctly understood that she will prosecute Briton and Herron as long as she lives and has grounds to do so Mrs Stotts denounced the verdict in the trial of the officers for killing Sam Blackand asserted that six of Sam Blacks personal enemies were brought here and placed on that jury She in sisted hat her husband had been shot in the back and murdered without cause She also denied that her hus hand was drunk or even drinking to excess at the time he was shot Mrs Stotts is a handsome darkeyed Httle woman slender and gracefuland bears herself with a great deal of bravery and fortitude under her great ordeal She said that she would havee iSeveryone goes out to her in her dark hour of grief Letter List List of letters ren uncalled for in the Springfield Postbffice for the weekending November 8 G LaRue Barkley Mrs Bell Bark ley Miss Maud Bell F B Brown Jr Charlie Callins 2 Johnie Hayes A Hoff Woodie Hobbs Rev Arthur C Oneit Mrs R H Osbon Alec Mudd Rev Samuel Razor Mrs Rusie Polin J B Porter Miss Lydia Sinson Mrs Elizabeth Smith Mrs Lula Smith W A WATERS Postmaster Seven persons were killed number of others injured and many buildings demolished by a tornado at Mountain view Okla LONG RUN- t Rev H P Hal chett filled his regu lar appointment at the Grove Sunday Mr M DL Cocanougher and mother spent Sunday atthe home of Mr John Elliott Miss Mattie Begley spent Thursday night with Mrs Nancy Cocanougher- Mr Ray Cochran of near Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with Zen Kimberlin Mr Marcus Cocanougher is getting along nicely at presentFMr Joe Smith of Springfield was in our midst Sunday Quite a crowd was Qut Saturday night to hear Brothers Hatchett and Summers Several from here attended the sing ing at Mr John Elliotts Sunday The next meeting will be held with Mrs Elizabeth Cocanou her next Sunday l Mrs Lucinda Padgett aged eighty years died last Friday and was buried Saturday in the Old family burying ground on Mrs Melvina Youngs farm Mrs Morgan Arnold and children and Miss Ada Arnold spent Sunday with Mrs J J Graham t ttt Trimmingt t Carriage Harness Rlpalringt tSaddll Repairing 1 to do work tof this nature in the best and 1 most satisfactory manner Nothing but the best material 1used and satisfaction guar teed 1 An old buggy top made good an old saddle made fitcomfortable a n 1made strong 11 we guar r is what you may IThat JfExpect us a trial i ALLEN BEGEMAN +++ The Big Store SpecialSATURDAY t Amoskeag Apron Gingham egf 5c per ydON- LYSOLD FOR CASH AT THIS PRICE AND NOT OVER 12 YARDS TO EACH CUSTOMER Special Prices on Ladies Cloaks Suits Skirts and Rain Coats We show a very largestock in this department Colgates Turkish Bath Soap 4 CENTS THE CAKEFor 1Veare showing a great line of DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGS Ask to see the BROAD CLOTH we are selling at a SPECIAL 1OOPerYth r Beautiful stock of GREY WOOLENS 50c to 52 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 ati 2Be and SOc a GarmentIF tt They are warmly and extra well finished 4 W Omen and Misses Union Suits 25c 5Qc 75cl We would like to show vou the best mens heavy fleeced shirts and drawers on the market peach 0 one day Saty PRICE flleeced SOc This is the season for Overcoats We have a full line in good assortment of style for men boys and children SEE THE BARGAINS IN BOYS SUITS Blankets and Comforts at Prices to make them move Examine these goods Robertson Bros The Big Store r Mineral Water JT Isa good thing to take during the typhoid fever season AnyIkind you want at k RedDiuggStore J SMOCK t NAYDON OMIETMS t y r I TL or THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 Sick HeadacheWhen your head aches there systempaininnerve current sent to the stom ach causes nausea vomiting tThis is sick headache and is dangerous as frequent and prolonged attacks weaken the brain resulting in loss of epilepsyfits Allay this stormy irritated takingDrThey stop the pain by sooth ling strengthening and reliev ing thetiension the nerves j not bYparalyzing them as do most headache remedies Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do not contain opium morphine chloralcocaine or similar drugs t my1amflTdeal and for many years I have had epells that were so severe that I was affairstorvery severs attack of headache I took theyTelievedthen I take them when I feel the spelL coming on and It stops it at once McERLAINPres byysurItfalla25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Hiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind What will You READTHIS WINTERI You willc Save Money By selecting1 vour reading matter from The Suns Club bing list 4 THE SUN AND Both pa pen 1 yr Bryans CommonerL75We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Homeland Farm 125 Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 2oa Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Magazine285Scribners Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The LouiSville lrlTimes one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCOurierJ days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year42 80 The dailyHeraldThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 00 Address The Sun Springfield Ky r MM MARKS 5CINCINNATI Boot5ShoesRUbbenlCIst sIma Ecooos BUYING GROCERIES A Few Word of Advice From a Man Who Sell Them Have I a word for housekeeprsT exclaimed he of the white apron and benevolent countenance to a Good Housekeeping writer I tell you some days I can hardly keep still when I see them buying as they do Of course there are a great mpy who know their business but fully half the women who patronize this storeand they are well to do buy even the most necessarY staples by the day or even by the meal Indeed I can recall at this moment more than dozen women with good slzeq families who buy their coffee for instance by the quarter pound Just think what a waste of precious time and what an amount of unnecessary tho1 and travel It entails From the standpoint of economy it Is poor policy These same housewives will have an economical turn and buy a cheaper grade of groceries never realizing that they get less 101 their money as regards nourishment and enjoyment un less perhaps they cljauce upon a bonn fide sale For instance many buy pink salmon because it is cheaper than red but It has less taste and is drier So also with tea and coffee Prizes too with any such goods unless really advertisements are paid for by the consumer On the other hand people often throw away th lr money on articles whose price Is determined more by the way they are put up than by their quality You can often get as good a grade of olives figs or some such goods In the bulk as in the package and at much less cost In a word the housekeepers save under the present conditions by buying the bestbut not always the fancy qualltiesof groceries and by getting them if possible by the even moneys worth A PRETTY DfTTLE STAND It May Be Used IUI a Newspaper Photo or Letter Rack This is a pretty little stand which according to the proportions of its reproduction may serve either for the purpose of a newspaper photo or letter rack If the former the supports should be of brass or bamboo for the IXTTEB OB PHOTO BACK latter cane or stIr wire covered with wadding and ribbon would suffice The panel may be made of stiff mill board or cardboard and if of any size a wire should be rjm round the edge to prevent bending The cover maybe of silk satin or velvet and the dec orative embroidery in silk crewels chenille or ribbon the corner pieces being made of gold A Superstition Party A superstition party furnishes no end of merriment Decorate the rooms with innumerable clever devices baying large and small wishbones made of paper a conspicuous feature while tiny stepladders and the number thir teen should also be conspicuous Pie tures of black cats may be In evidence designs of witches and four leaf clo vera These ideas may be all arranged effectively When the guests enter each one should be presented with cards or namented with designs of cats wish bones red haired young women in conjunction with whltehorses and other absurd drawings Each one should then be asked to write his or her pet superstition upon the cards presented signing no name whatever After erery one has finished the cards are collected and read aloud for the benefit and amusement of all The object of the game Is to try to guess the author of the superstition written The Kitchen Floor Unless the kitchen floor Is badly In need of scrubbing the boards can be nicely whitened by a less laborious process which entails no work on ones knees Delicate women obliged Jlo do their own work should try It Into half a bucketful of lukewarm water put three or four tablespoonfuls of liquid ammonia Swab the floor with this using a long handled mop Allow It to remain on the boards two or three minutes then rinse mop wring out rather dry and go over the floor care fully again A self wringing mop Is the best as the ammonia is caustic and jurIous to the hands If you cant se cure a patent article hold the mqun der the spigot each time before wringing it and when the work is done wash your hands well rubbing them with cucumber jelly flabrs Nap The more sleep baby can get the more beneficial it will be A healthy infant requires from three to four naps- a day and these should be regulated to suit the mothers convenience Dur ing the first few months of babys Istence there is a tendency to disturb the rest for every inquiringfcaller and this Is decidedly wrong At nine months of age probably two hours at noon will be sufficient for him As the child grows older the naps will gradually decrease but be sHould be trained to take a nip some time during the day OBTAINING COPYRIGHTS How They May lie Secured at Little Expense Many persons are hindered from tak ing out copyrights which might be of great benefit to them on books plays songs maps engravings lithographs photographs und art works because of the fees charged by lawyers It is very easy to take out n copyright and it costs but 50 cents or a dollar if a dUe plicate of it Is dqsircd The first thing to do is to have two printed title pages of a book or play prepared Thcso may be typewritten but must not be sent In handwriting Two specimens must be prepared ex actly alike in all cases except a photo graph of a statue when one is enough Then write to the librarian of congress copyright department Washington and ask him to please forward you some application blanks for copyright They will be promptly sent Read one over several times to be all the places to be filled In then write in the spaces which are prepared and clearly indicated that you wish a copyright stating what you wish copyrighted sign your name in all the designated places m close a postal order for 50 cents and the two copies of whatever you wish copyrighted and address it according to the clear Instructions In case it Is a printed book two copies are sent but it must be a book printed from type set up In the United States If the book or play is not yet printed and the title Is to be copyrighted two copies of the complete book should be sent when completed There is no need of a lawyer to enable anyone to obtain a copyright How to Cook niece Physicians and others who have eftt en rice cooked by a Hindoo a China man or a southern darky must have re marked the difference between the re suIts obtained by these artists and those of the benighted cooks of the YeJearnthe secret lies in the following recipe The rice should be carefully washed and placed in a kettle of boiling water which should be set on the back of the range over a low fire where the rice should simmer slowly until done Stir ring Is not only useless but harmful If there is any water left It should be drained off carefully and the rice should then stand In a hot place for some time Nothing should be added during the eoul1ngno salt no sugar milk orfutterif the cooking has been done properly each grain of rice will stand out by Itself plump dry and beautiful Served very hot at the table the rice should be reverently treated with cayenne pepper and butter after which will be revealed to the consumer one of the secrets of the success of the Japanese army How to Make a Cleansing1 Fluid The best cleansing fluid to keep on hand for taking out spots Is made In this way Pour a quart of soft water over a quarter of a pound of white can tile soap cut fine and let it stand over night The next morning put on the back of the range where it will din solve but not boll When this is ac complished put four orfive quarts of soft water in a large vessel add to it the dissolved soap and stir thoroughly Then add out ounce liquid ammo nla a quarter of an mince of spirits of wine and an ounce of ether I Shake well and bottle Always shake before using A bottle of this should be kept on every washstand ready for use whenever a spot appears on a gar ment A rubber made of a little roll of soft dark flannel or stockinet with a loop to hang over the neck of the bottle will be found a great conven ience and save precious moments usu ally wasted in looking for something to sponge with Chow to Care For the Eyes generIndirectly to various eye troubles Then remember that straiuihg of the eyes is caused by a dazzling glare or a bad light Glare and gloom are equally bad to work in You need not ask which Is the worse for the eyes one Is as had as the other Time light should fall on book or work prom be hind us The attitude while atwork Is of great importance The head should as far as possible be kept erect Stoop- Ing causes an increased flow of blood to the head and eyes this Is injurious to them Dont read when traveling Deny yoursel this pleasure for the sake of your eyes IIo r to Clean Colored Muslin To make colored muslins look like new boll one quart of wheat bran in six quarts of water for half an hour Strain through a cloth and when cool wash the dress In this using neither soap nor starch Rinse lightly In clear water to which a little ox gall has been added If colors are to be set a tablespoonful of the gall is the usual amount If there Is no danger of fad Ing a teaspoonful is enough When nearly dry JronTllIs preparation of bran both cleanses and stiffens the fabric How e Make Tomato ilia ace Here is a new recipe for the making of tomato sauce Put tablespoonful of butter into a frying pan and when melted add a tablespoonful of flour When cooked until frothy add two thirds of a cup of strained tomato combined with a third cup of hot water two cloves a small slice of hnltteathen strain over the meat Row to Whiten Ivory Rub the Ivory with pumice powder and water to remove stains and dirt and polish with soap and whiting Bleach by exposing to sunshine under- Ii glass shade WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY1 WIlES IT when you want to have a jobof work none have it done atboxnoIf you go away from home to buy of if you go away from home to have work done nine times wit of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic At homo the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember ofhavlng received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and It may comeback again but send It to one of the big mail order houses and it will buy 20cent cigars for some millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honor able men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of thetinan who bought from the big mailorder house IflftlE HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceri s Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealersin Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair SKop Umbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross DrugStore Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles at at at R at r once and tie the and per the Dry Etc W Etc W and and Dealers Etc line Etc TableIIncoming Trams Arrives Springfield Arrives BardStown Arrives Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves BardstownA Leaves rdstown Junctn Arrives Louisville cracked affected spread Poultry centsof ROBERTSON Vegetables Leachman Carpets Instruments Watchmaker Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mctatire McEIrpy Stoves Clocks onlyNo Daily No 42 a 703cc 755 Daily No m1 739 II onlyNo 800u 845cc 935u Daily No 552u 502u 410u Daily No44 U Dp Not Neglect a Cold Every Cold Weakens the Lungs lowers the and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold paving tire for more diseases YOU AFFORD TO CHANCES 1 PERMANENTLY CURES c- Consumption CoughSpOldS Throat Asthma Cough Bronchitis Hoarseness Lungs EVERY KNOW THAT BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP NO NOT CONSTIPATE AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH mALLIf Qeldth mltm Tx mytbare wfld ItallMrda lloreboond Syrup la my family MyelJll years and It always give satisfaction When the children had and Whooping It always relieved them at oace arid I would not without It In the house Is BEST MEOICINB we know Best Remedy Children Every Guaranteed THHff mizmm it mo and 9100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Springfield Drinking Vessel Spreads Dlaenae Many poultry keepers make tthe mis take of using open such as an old saucepan or dish It up a week It to be exposed suns rays This is a serious error says a correspondent American Cultivator Should n touch of disease appear on farm the bird drinks a lot and In so doing leaves the germs of disease behind for the others which follow po disease is broadcast I maintain that the scalding of the tins is very essential No disease spreads so rapidly sby means of Infected drinking water Keep the water cool and absolutely pure Fruit Tree ea the Farm Poultrymen are not planting 50 the fruit trees they should be planting Why this Is so remains a mystery for the advice to plant fruit trees in the poultry run reiterated In poultry press BROS Dealer In Goods Clothing Shoes 1IC Hagan Dealer in Groceries Ice Beer E Dealer In Furniture Musical James J Graves Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Dealers In Dry Goods Cl hing Boots Shoes Shultz In Hardware Tinware IEd M Russell Jeweler Fine Watches Silverware 825 p m 735 65P 600 525 m 6J7 43 1240 p 1100 a 930 ml 715 a m 4L 75 p 120 pm 220 410 p m 545 p m Vitality ihus way serious CAN TAKE SUCH Sort SortMOTHER SHOULD CONTAINS OPIATES DOES CHILDREN Ma LOCKBAR W for Croup Cough be M It the of for Bottle Ky receptacles filling allowing to naturally is frequently Poultr JottlnR Kill the head lice of the chicks with Tusellne CJrense their heads slightly and see thnt none gets In the eyes Repeat the dose In ten days Above the door of every poultry house should be written this motto Utility Is the science and beauty the art of poultry raising Dont negtlithe roosting coops of the young chicks It yon expect your chicks to grow rapidly the roosting coops must be kept sweet and clean Do not stuff your chlcka In your endeavors to make them grow This will do more harm than good Can the nests thoroughly provide nenestIng majorJal and sprinkle well w1tI lice powdr- Vhen you want a physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tab lets They are easy to take and pro duc4mno griping or other unpleasant ef fectJ Sold by C J Haydon Su rlbe for The Sun 100 year t Dr W F Trusy Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonableprices AD work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST 4 Teeth Extracted With ICROWNAll Dental Work Strictly First Kyomc B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always rellaolei company1nthe4world Dr J H LAMPTONi OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR J C Mill SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OmCE C J HAYDOSS 8TOBZ Office Hours 12 L to 2 1 Dr 1L H Hoppeiy SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan Block Up stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSP TELEPHONES Day 49 Mf t lot T SCOTT MAYES ATTYA LAW Springfield KyV sndFederal and wm IngtODf C G McCHOiD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOK ATTYATLAWV Springfield Ky Washhugtoandpeals SELECMANIATTYATLAW Springfidd Ky Washingf1DI IL E WALTER j ATTYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will c8J adjoining S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky speciayWill able Phone 84 eQeQeoeoeoeoeoeaeoegeQegeoi HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and EmbtiMf Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 i a We curry in stock a full vhne of Burial Robes and Caskets j We are Fully Equipped- It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness OeoeOeOeoeoeoOeoeoeOeae t Notice Taxpayers County and State taxee for 1905 are due and must be pAid at oace After December 1 pena1ty will te MeA All persona owing bMJetax BWtHttIe- or their property Win be advectieeil rsale My terra in office expires JMN1 1 and all buaiMIa raiut be settled BYBOK CROAKS S W ai l 1 r THE SPRiNGFEiLD SUN WE0ESNDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905i The Treasure ofNJNo10 By EVERETT HOLBROOK f Copyright 1905 by Charles N Lurie I iiR LOVERINGS house was only a long stones throw from the liveliest thorough fare In the town where up on a pleasant evening there would be- n gay parade of young folk with no dearth of wayfarers upon soberer er mndsbut the gleam of the lights and the hum of the voices seemed to be shut out of the side street by an in visible barrier He who turned from Ihe avenue plunged at once into gloom and silence under the high arch of elms The houses stood aloof behind trees and shrubbery and were never prodigal of gas 4 breath of east wind had chilled the lay evening Verandas were deserted and between the bustling avenue and his own doorstep Mr Levering saw none of his neighbors and heard no sound of them Highwaymen and housebreakers were the subjects of his thought and in unconscious imitation of those unobtrusive people he made n very quiet entrance into his own home parlorudinbundle upon the table when his presence became known Then his sister Margaret who was sitting upon the piano stool turned toward him with i little cry and a tall young man Standing beside her halted suddenly Ini the midst of a pretty speech and ac knowledged Mr Loverings wordless greeting with momentary embarrass anent Whats all that asked the girl indicating the luggage on the table Hovering looked down upon the bun dIe with grim satisfaction while he subbed and flexed a weary arm but he did not answer the question He seem ed to be unable to break from his own x line of meditation and it was altogether in the manner of one who Is alone that he slowly drew Ii revolver from his pocket and laid it carefully down Margaret took a step forward and viewed the weapon with disfavor George said she is it loaded Her brother nodded solemnly three or four times busying himself with the strings and wrappings of the big bundle meanwhile There was presently disclosed a box of dark wood ostenta tiously reenforced by bands of iron with a formidable lock and a chain backrWoodbury who was not a resident of that town but only an occasional visitor at his uncles house adjoining Ioverings could not conceal his curi osity at the sight of these objects Perhaps you havent heard that Ive been elected treasurer of X J Xo 10 said Lovering addressing the guest The building loan association that my uncle belongs to No I hadnt leatd of itFSuch is the facts said Lovering and that means that I must take care of quite a bit of money for a day or two every month The members make their payments in the evening asu rule I expect some of them tonight Its likely I may have fir or five thou sand dollars in hand before I go to bed Sow a good safe costs a lot of money I cant afford it and No 10 wont So there you are Ive done the next best thing A revolver never shoots the right person said Margaret and it alarms SE DREw A BEVOIVER FROM HIS POCKET AKJ LAID IT DOWN only the innocent If Aunt Martha bears that its In thehouse shell lock herself in her room and never come out Please promise me George that you wont keep it loaded And as for the money youd do much better to hide it than to put it in that box where any burglar couldnt help finding It I wouldnt trust our plated spoons to that contrivance Her brother made no reply He was fitting a key Into the lock of the box and when it was open he drew forth two great gongs For further security he said I have purchased these one for the baCk door and the other for the front doorr 4 Itthey work well Ill get some little t xnes for the windows Just wind em sip like a clock s He was Interrupted by the arrival of f three members of N J No 10 who had come to pay considerable sums into the treasury When he had with drawn with these brethren into another room Margaret turned to Woodbury I think this is all nonsense dont you said she waving her hand to ward the strong box and the revolver Elli said he starting I beg your pardon And then returning totheo- wt1d of unromantic fact he studied he face Youre not a bit nervous are you Not easily frightened I mean Youre thinking of revolvers Im not timid about them from ignorance 1 could take that one to pieces and put it together again but George couldnt And hes so nervous and absentminded I wish he wouldnt keep the thing loaded Well I dont know sald the young man doubtfully And thenSvith Deci sion The fact is Margaretrtffat I saw two suspicious looking men hang ing around here in the early part of the evening They certainly looked as they were examining this residence with a view to a visit I suppose we ought to tell my brother said she Yet whats the use Hell trust his money to that ri diculous box instead of hiding it which is the only safe way Burglars are al ways stupid about finding things but when it comes to breaking lockswhy thats their trade of course If George would only give the money to me and let me put it away monIeyare your own and you may hide them under a sofa pillow if you think thats the safe way put leave the funds of the N J No 101 to me And he hurried away with the strong box vender his arm One of his visitors had volunteered to help him with the alarm gongs and with the mooring of the box and las the man was a carpenter the chance was too good to be lost The box gave no trouble It was speedily stowed away in a cupboard in the dining room clos et But the gongs presented new prob lems to the carpenter and kept him busy till past 11 oclock A few min utes later young Woodbury made his exit by a window of the parlor not daring to risk the gong at the front door and by midnight the house was dark except for Loverings room where that gentleman was preparing for bed Lovering was a member of the fresh air cult His windows stood wide opens and the curtains swung wildly in the draft Two menthe same whom Woodbury had seen lurking about In the afternoon observed the flying cur tains and one of them climbed into a tree that had a limb extending near to one of the windows When he descend ed to the ground the light had been extinguished and Lovering was abed thiefIhe put itoCan you win it said the other Half Easy an hour later Lovering awoke from his first sleep In the grip of name less terror The noise of one of his curtains snatched up with a rush by Its spring was still In his ears He turned toward the window and against the misty phosphorescent brightness of the night outside he saw the black figure of a man whose arm was ex facelandin his hand You quiet said the Intruder or youIlget a bullet See rtt Youve got my gun gasped Lover lug Yes I have was the reply And much obliged Im sure Lovering clambered out of bed in a daze wondering what he ought to say or do He dared not cry out There was no other man in the house except the robber who ImdMiow entered by the window aril to bring Margaret or Aunt Murtha or the maid upon the scene was to inaugurate a useless mas sacre So he held his peace while put ting on such raiment us the burglar advised IlOll d keysiyour trousers Hednnje Lovering before him like a docile shep out of the room down the stairs and Into the dining room where he eau et the master ot the house to raise n wjindpw softly that tle second thief niigtyt enter hLarrrr said the first addressing his partner the stuffs In that closet Take the keys out of this tellers left hand troufeers pocket The conimand was obeyed and the closet and the cupboard were presently open but no key upon the bunch would unlock the box because the real key was upstairs In Margarets room She Lull found it on a table in the hall where her brother Lad Alit it down while he wus busy with the gongs We wont bother with thisnow said the robber Well kick the lid off it out In the lot Its the same cast Iron fake that we found in that house over in Springvalc ant it Larry Yes responded Larry with a grin Dont drop it Toe Itll bust Ill get you a flatiron for the chain The iron was brought and Joe with the first stroke shattered one uf the big links almost to powder Then ho pickod tipthe box under his left arm and with the revolver in his free hand waved Layering toward the kitchen Youll have to come with us for a little way said he At that moment the whple house sud denly resounded with a most amazing clamor Though the strong box arid the chain were grossly fraudulent the gongs which could be tested a purchaser were in a measure honest and it was the one that had been et above the back door that now frnnfin ed the whole fabric of the night To the thieves this was In reality he voice of a friend but they could t know it If the gong had not rung th y would have gone out by the back w straight into tie face of Douglass Woodbury uncle to Margarets suitor a man of strength courage and life long skill with weapons He tires standing guard with a revolver in each hand a dead shot with right or left and a man peculiarly merciless toward housebreakers Listening at the door he had put his shoulder against it and the presrure had set off thegong Soothe thieves were warned away from certain death and fled through the house to the front door where the younger Woodbury was posted with a double barreled shotgun which he had forgotten to cock Joes hands were full and it was Larry who unlocked and opened the door Instantly the gong over their heads deafened and confounded them They stood for an instant cowed and John Woodbury confronted them defenseless for the goiig had so startled him that he dropped his gun It was Joe who first recovered his wits It was for him that moment of desperation which entraps the house breaker to murder the moment when life and liberty are all crowded into u single Meaa man blocking the path Covering frozen as in some horrible THE THIEF POINTED IT STRAIGHT AT WOODBUBYS HEAD nightmare saw Joe wIJip up the revolver to within a foot of Young Wood burys breast The action was Indescribably rapid but Lovering had lost the sense of time All acts for his eye were stretched out till they covered ages He had time to think of Innu merable things of his unlucky pur extrnorIdlnaQ plan had turned directly against his wishes of the love of his sister for this th1senseown wretched inability to rush In and take the bullet in his own breast Still the Weapon was poised und no flash ellIdUletopened them again Joe and Woodbury were rolling over and over upon the floor The revolver had fallen and the strong box too He had now the strength to move forward but Larry was too quick The thief seized the weapon from the floor and pointed it straight at Woodburys head There was light now from the top of the stairs and Loveriug saw the hammer of the revolver rise and fall but no explosion followed Larry flung it down plucked up the iron bound box leaped over the struggling men upon the threshold und fled Then Father Time who hud stood on one foot In order thitt Lovering might have leisure to appreciate these hor rors rushed nimbly on to overtake his schedule and dragged events along with him fit a giddy whirl The elder Woodbury appeared his hands full of pistols Joe the burglar was tied up as neat as an apothecarys package the younger Woodbury anti Margaret enchanted each other with congratulations fur more warm than any previous expression of sentiment between then would hftvve seemed to warrant All tills for Lovering passed in a flash He heard a Jumble of explanations how the Woodburyw had decided to keep an eye upon the house and had discovered that something was amiss within though they hud not seen the actual entrance of the burglars how Margaret had not retired dent had been sitting by her windoWln the dark and n hundred other details Then in a pause he found himself holding the revolver in his hands and staring at the unexploiled cartridges murmurINot the leastIn the world George said Margaret I took the firing pin out fknew you werent to be trusted with a weapon and I couldii mercly unload it because youd notice that the cartridges werent there And now she added turning to the Woodbury uncle and nephew lets go and see If the money is safe The money cried her brother Why that rascal ran away with it He ran away with the box she re pUccIUAny thief would do that of course I knew Itnnd when I found the key I took the money and hid It Come She Ictlibe way to the dining room closet and there in a great rtben Jar conspicuously labeled Mince Meat and out of use because of the season they found the treasure of N J No 1C reposing safely cirSteers n- The Feed Lot As soon as the pastures begin to be insufficient to keep the steers making steady gains supplemental feeding ought to begin ItO matter how early hi the season this happens writes Professor Thomas Shaw in American AgrI- culturIst Usually when there is plenty of grass even though it is somewhat dry it is not necessary to feed grain other than what is found In corn sor ghum or corn silage these being well matured also Kaffir corn For a time and in fact until pear the tine when the steers are confined in the feed lots there is no better way of feeding this food than by drawing It daily and strewing it over a pasture that is to be broken up that season or the following This is an easy way of feeding It ma nures the land if thrown on a fresh place every time And if a few swine can have access to the same land any grain that would otherwise be wasted is picked up If the steers are to be pushed on in the fall and sold In the early winter it may be necessary to add shelled corn or other grain fed In boxes Good corn silage pomes In nicely as soon us the steers are confined to the feed lot Of course it may bjj fed ear- lIer but It is not very often that It can tbe spared for such feeling When fod der stover shock corn sorghum and Kaffir corn are to be fed the earlier that these can be fed when sufficiently ma tured the greater relatively is the benefit obtained from feeding them Corn silage on the other hand should be about as good a year hence as when first made By the time that the steers are confined to the paddocks or feed lots they are ready for going on heavy grain feed The foddc may be corn or sorghum or hay the corn being fed as desired Protection from cold rains and damp cold frosts cannot be too highly empha sized When winter sets in the weather is more steady The animals are accus tomed to the cold But when the cold first comes and especially when accom panied by cold rains they suffer severely Selecting Beef Cattle Do not pick out a white steer and leave a good red or roan Shorthorn nor a Jersey and leave an Angus says an Illinois breeder In Breeders Gazette I think it a good plan to first consider HEAD OP A GOOD FEEDER the color ic1 a good back ud hind quarters tCUove nil select a steer with a g6o3 muzzled Jaw I think the latter a very important point The Herefords and Shorthorns generally have a dee a wide muzzled jaw also the Angus but not so with the Jersey Holstein oItl dairy breeds The nnll ranis food must always be well masticated and mixed with saliva or it can not be easily and quickly digested Almost every farmer knows that the hog which has the heaviest jowls is the best feeder and so with beef cattle ClnHMCfi nntl Grade of Swine Because hog raisers it is stated do not always interpret market reports to their full meaning loss and disappoint ment frequently ensue and the depart ment of agriculture prints the follow ing classifications Prime heavy hogs 350 to pounds butcher hogs ISO to S20 pounds packing hogs 200 to 500 pounds light hogs 125 to 220 pounds pigs Go to 125 pounds roasting pigs 15 to 20 pounds These general classes are further subclassified and also dif ferent types of butcher and bacon hogs described on the basis adopted by the markets The object of the above is to Induce farmers tp ship to tint large markets uniform lots of hogsv which conform to recognized classes Mixed lots always sell at a disadvan tage Speculators take advantage buying several carload lots which they sort into various classes and resellat a profit simply y are properly graded QfcnxNlntr Slieenj Breed The Qxf onls and Ilainpshlres are looming to the front for crossing where strong largo framed lambs are deemed the most important thing While we have never made the experiment we have yet to meet the man who has made the latter cross for this purpose and has been disappointed Of course the short grass ranchman with big bands wo lduot do this any more than he would cross a large baud with heavy Cotswolds or Lelcestcrs but the average flockmaster can do It with safety Farm Progress Exercising Sick horses Discretion must be used in the man ner of giving exercise to the horse aft er an Illness or otherwise harm may result It must be started very gently and Increased by degrees as the strength of the subject will admit cold weather especially if there Is much wind the walking is more safe ly done inside Unless the weather is Inclined to be mild some crothing Is necessary during exerciser but it should not be too heavy W T and TIDE IWAITfOR NO MANr I James GravesTHE JEWELER 11 Good Reason Why does Smithy visit his wealthy aunt so often 1 If he didnt he might have to visit his uncle Houston Post It Never Does I love to hear the wind whistle So do I It never whistles In the Good Old Summer Time Cleveland Leader Prominent DYPII understand HIgbee is promi nent In the church Her Yea he snores the loudeaV Judge Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds and Whooping CotThis remedy Is famous for its cures over Itcanalwa71opium or other harmful drug and may be as confidently to a bobr as to an adult Price 25 cts Large Size 50 eta Farm Bargains pikehandsomelyrailroad station and new flour and grist mill over river from farm with good trade Both farm and mill for 12000 J cash96 acres with 5room house good land near Mackville230096ia- cres on road near Mackville CardIat price 60 an acre310 acres Mercer county farm as good as any 100 land price 6Q an acre100 acres in two miles Harrodsburg on pike a bar gain at price 60 an acre171 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre producingonly 35 an many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg K- yMAYES eoegeOoeooeoeoeoeoeaeoec JOHNY r Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY a Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robe Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Light as a ZephyrD- o I you want light biscuits and filmy pastry 4 Thats the kind KENTUCKY STAR FLOUR makes You cant make dark bread or soggy cake with it It bakes the lightest whitest purest sort and lots of it- Lighten your baking and lighten your cares by using KENTUCKY STANDARD FLOUR Better try it ToDAY t r If you are behindhand in meeting your engagement it isnt my fault If you wear one of my watches it tells you the precise time of day CORRECT TIME PIECES save anxiety because they can be relied upon My guar anteed watches are as cheap as many that are unreliable PRICE THEM AND SEE J arreAnd Peoples Deposit- Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President QiceProvidentJChas 1L McChord Asst Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GrabamJucig8J W easterly T 3L Blantord Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooooooooooo aeOeOeneneneneneneneneneneo F1RSTa s e D rF National Bankf c CfoF if SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY u rwVhww1- Cf CAPITAL 50000 i Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 OFFICERS D I B L President iCEe L B Cain Asst Cashier R E Foster BookkeeperQ CE e DIRECTORS DB L Litsejr J W Lewis a CampbellR Q- e G Jno O Polio a a We grant every favor consistent e with safe banking If you have inot already an account with this jj a we invite your patronage a oebeoegneoen enenegneQ OOOOGOOOOOOOOOGdOOOOGOOOOO Lao HATDCX S B Ja HAYDON THOMPSON r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STAELFc Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For TrarelisgMeL- PaoSs 1- 5QooOQOoQQOQOOOocQocQOoOQ OGOOOOOOQOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOGO YOUNEEDIT SALVE JF CURES Youneedit Salve manufacturedby 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 Thomt now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people whplhava been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having beea on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists l DRJ w THOMAS Hodgenville Kyr ooooo oooot r 111W rIIIr1Ct 2y THE SPRINGFEILD UNWEDESNDAV NOVEMBER 1905 Wt PUBLIC SALE oF Farm and Personal y WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 i I willon the above date at my farm 5 miles north Qf Springfield near pike and threefourths fa mile from Pleasant Grove church ana sclioolhouse offers for sale to the highest bidder the following FARM t My farm of 121 acres This farm is nearly all in grass 40 or 50 acres good dwellinghousebacco barn and all necessary outbuild ings good well in yard and good spring on another part of place P RSONAlPROPERTY Two good mares some cattle one fine sow and pigs 50 barrels corn 100 shocks fodder Farming implements consisting of good wagon harness plows harrow mower rake Household topdressersteads fine bed lounge piano sewing machine side saddle1buggy and harness 3 stand ns at 10 oclock a m S M Campbell auction eer Terms made known day of sale G H BALLARD SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun ma Insert free of char othQrfarmLand forsale or for rent not included but in serted in another department of the paper at very low rates G F Mayes Texas has for sale four will weigh 75 pounds Springfieldhashands high Single line mule good trader Miss Annie E McIntire Mcintire turkeysCongerS250 J L Pardieu Springfield has for sale hay in any quantity J T Johnston Frederickstown has cattlewMrs R A McIntire R F D No2 turkeysThese MesdamesJacksoners Orders taken now for December delivery Prices toms 350 hens S250 Mrs B B Waters Springfield has for sale a lot of young Mammoth Bronze turkeys V r R A Thompson Frederickstown sPlen1didseven nice shoats SO or 85 pounds M Reed Route Route If has for sale highbredGoddard Grundy Valley Hill has for sale three Duroc boars Dia horn cow and calf H F Litsey R F D No 4 has for sale four sows and pigs Springfieldwheat and two NIl good mares Clarkson 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 T Notice Town taxes for 1905 are now due and must be paid The penalty will be added after December 1 and if you want to save yourself this extra expense you will call and etwyour re icejpt before that date C L PRICE Farm For Sale Nelson county farm consisting ot 152 acres tobaccoobarn four miles from town on pike For price anus term3 see ti1 gS HoKE d DUNCAN uP Bloomfielda Kylg Sa IFor 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 VT Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky Farm For Rentf At Frederickstown Ky1of about 110 acres river and fcreek bottom laud 50 acres in corn and tobacco 30 acres tin timothy balanceoats and grass Two tenant houses stock barns and new tobacco barn forT acres Apply to tf JR CONNO- RFrederickstown Ky Subs rlbit orTh Sun 100 year v PRATHERS CREEK Mr Ray Cochran of Marion county j was the guest of Zirh Kimberlin Saturday night and Sunday Miss Josie Coyle of Springfield was with her sister Mrs G W Young Saturday and Sunday Mrs Josie Mays of Mackyille was visiting her sister Mrs J H Mays last week Mrs Sallie Kimberlin who has bee confined to her bed with rheumatism is able to be out again Mr Mike Noel is very low at this writing with heartdropsy- J H Mayes informed your corres pondent the other day that his wife has sold from 45 hens 4500 worth of eggs since the first day of March be sides family use Will that pay Born to the wife of Virgil Milton on Nov 1 a 10pound girl Maggie Lee Messrs Zin Kimberlin and Prentice Mayes were in Springfield Saturday Your correspondent listened to two interesting talks Saturday night at Long Run School house by Bros H P- Hatchettand E W Summers- G T Mayes sold to W F Hall of Mackville one sow and five pigs for any one thought that The Sun has been running one year on the 31st day of this month I certainly will agree with the Deep Creek correspondent on our letters We should not miss more than two weeks and if we would write every week we would feel better by doing so It seems that when I write every week that news is as plentiful as when I miss so come on Long Run and Mackville there is still room in The Sun A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death JeE Stearns Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand poisoningBucklexipoison healed the wQundand saved iiis life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at C J Haydons drugstore 600 Give Away The Weeky CourierjJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its awaytwenty100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen pres ents of 30 and 20 to be 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 forLagiving full details It will be sent free BOAT WITH GLASS BOTTOM For Use In California and Sea Bottom Can lie Seen ordinaryIglass bottom power boats unequal to the demands says the Avalon corre spondent of tIle Los Angeles Times a company of boat builders has had plans drawn fda a unique boat the like of which has never been known Its capacity will be 270 persons l4o of whom can sit on the upper deck nder an awning and at the glasses to view e1I1 next The hull will be 75fcet long and 18 feet wide while the widthof the lower deck over all will be 2i feet The upper deck will be 14 by There will be two rows of glasses fore and afc with lenses 20 by Inches and an Inch thick One of the most unique features of the new boat will be that It requires no wharf at which to land but will run up on the beach with its cargo and receive and land the passers gers from a gang planktA DE SOTO RECORD FOUND Hidden For Three CeitturlcM on the Shorter Lake Itnklui After more than three centuries a record of the De Soto expedition has been found on the shore of Lake Itas ka says a St Paul dispatch to the Kansas City Star It was under a huge bowlder where It has lain undisturbed The record is written on the skin Of an antelope It was found by Ches ter Gray a fanner who lives on the- shpreoC leaker taska which is a source Of the Mississippi river He will send thfa record to the Smithsonian Institu tion in Washington Tbe record which Is barely legible Is dated Aug flmI547 It is signed by Ferdinand Yfllcua and Sancho Cueva members of the De Soto exploring party who in the letter say they have- named the lake whence rIses 9great river in which De Soto had been burled six years before Lake De Soto HITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF IMITATION = i THE CCNUINC PREPAftED- OHLYBallardSnow Liniment Co 8fLO l MO JOYS OF THE CHILDREN Do yot Rob Your Little Ones of Their llenNureI a single boy of ten many hun dred times that amount when he Is ten years older The delight of the proud possession of a whole cent Is turned into woe when he is called back from his trip to the candy shop with the shaip reminder that he must save his pennies Jt is not wasteful to let the child have today what he cannot enjdy in the future evou if by spending them he is out a few dollars in later years Allow him to have his pennys worth of pleasure today for the time will come when he will have outgrown the playtime of life and the pennies he lilts saved will not give him the value they would have been to his childish mind The whole situation ms been sum med up by Thackeray who said that at twelve he wanted fc ffy but didnt have the hapenny and at twenty he had the hapenny but Idnt want the taffy It is ever so Once gone the taffy Is not the same is at that moment when It seemed our only joy on earth and when we dreamed of the time when we would hi ve all the mon ey we wanted to buy the sticky stuff for which we were then willing to give our two eyes See that your chIUlren are not rob bed of their penny plea tires You are depriving them of their birthright To the child there is no future The mo ment that he wants toy is his past future and present his all Dont make Kim save his and do without his taffy Exchltngf ONE WIFE S VIEWS Her Conception of Her Duty to Her Home mid Hnnbnnil Wifehood and motherhood is ns truly my profession as keeping a shop Is myliusbauds business writes a corre spOndeutofthe Womans Home Com aUlon1te is strenuously interested in his work I devote my best ener gies to mine However without coop eration both would fail We find It to our interest to help each other Mutual consideration results In a happy home First my husband spares me anxiety by telling me his exact financial condition I reward his confidence by liv consequentlyexorbltnnt I early cultivated my culinary talent I take pride in cooking wholesome food in h wholesome way A well fed man selilointworries over trifles This helps to usurEr domestic felicity- I refrain from deluging my husband with a recital of my woes I never nug Such self restraint is heroic I Often feel that to Indulge myself in both would be joy However self con trol invariably pays large dividends in bom AND BEAUTY Pure wheat starch Is the best of all cheap powders for the skin peelinglIsthe complexiGtia creamy tint If the mill Is warded it will increase the flesh rapidly I highIgain dignity mind inches by having her hair dressed on the top of her hcad The salt rub is prepared by allow ing a large bath towel to lie all night in a S hUg sit solution One should stand on if rug or in the tub while tal- tlll4fto safe trouble In cleaning up afterward A tired woman will find It very refreshing after a day of nervous strain hotIall the worn look away ISImple curnlKl i Cure was talking of a sim ple neuralgia euro one that would he said tone up the nerves and enrich the blood The remedy is u cents worth of carbonate of iron said be and the dose is a pinch in a teaspoonful of molasses taken at night just when the patient is ready for bed Take it till time mull ceases and that will generally be after the third ulgbte There is no disagreeable taste mill no danger to the teeth since carbonate of iron is not of the acid family It happens to 11101eIcines where the Ingredient intended to- enrich the blood passes through the body without entering the circulation Starch Kvonomy Economize starch in the following way Instead of throwing awaytlie starch which Is used for tanking cold starch let stand after using and set tie in the bottom of a denim bowl When the water Is clear above it drain the wafer off let the starch dry cover the bowl to keep the dust away and Ihjs starch Is ready for use the next time It Is required Of course it Is sometimes necessary to aada little more to it A TriivellnBT Tip In traveling on a sleeping car it Is unnecessary for a woman to provide a large paper bag for her hat The por ter will furnish a pillowcase for It A good way to keep your dress skirt from wrinkling is to pin it securely to one of the curtains of your berth A strong safety pin Is the best to use Spots on the XiiIlB To remove white spot from the nails make a paste of equal arts of turpentine and myrrh Spread on the antis nt sight binding on a cloth to prevent its soiling the clothes in the nettling by applying olive oil i 3f kf NEW SHORT STORIES Forgot a DUtinprulMhcd Smith The late General ritzHugh Lee used to tell with great gusto an experience he had during his gubernatorial campaign In Virginia against J S Wise Mr Vise made the statement said the general that If had been teamed Smith Instead of Lee I never would have been l toscombat that theory nod In every sjicech I Wade luring the campaign would touch upon Mr Wises statement and- would then briefly refer to sonic fa mous historical figures in order to show that the name Smith was not to be despisedOne I spoke before a largo crowd on the jcorrthouse green In a j THE MAN LIFTED HIS HAND rural community and I noticed a drunken man standing right up in the front row of listeners 1 took up the agriIthe Smiths had been As I warmed up to the subject I noticed that some thing seemed to be worrying that drunken man and more than once he seemed to be on the verge of interrupt ing me hI reminded my audience that a distinguished governor of the state had borne the name of Smith and that many other men famous in war and in peace had borne the despised cogno men Meanwhile the drunken mrtn watched me with ill concealed anxiety Finally be could stand it no longer Lifting his hand and balancing himself With inebriated gravity he blurted out Shay genral dput forgit thash old Smith killed Pocahontas Lipplu cotts Xo Second C O D Wedding Governor Blanchard of Louisiana was describing the precautions that a certain veteran physician had taken against the spread of a cpuTaglous dis easeKnowing the people he had to deal with Governor Blanchard s h1ube saw that his rules were carried opt before one of these people left their homes They had tricked him in the past He would not be tricked again He was like the Cauuien clergyman of my boyhood This clergyman once married a certain huckster who after the ceremony declared he was unable to pay a wed ding fee antI so willy nilly the clergyman had to let him off Sonic years later the good tuna found the same huckster before lout with another woman His first wife had died Xow he desired to yoke with a second The minister was willing enough to remarry themail but this time he would take precautions So leading the bridegroom tbone side he held out his hand and said in a low voice My fee cOh yes of course said the buck ster confusedly and be placed a bank note in the clergymans palm Thank you said time clergyman with a bland smile That Is for time first timer Now we will have the foe for this o easlonBuffalo Enquirer In the rung Service Governor Ilerrlok the Qllo execu tive wits telling of ti negro camp meet ing in southoru Tennessee the other day A negro exhorter had Just made a great speech lie said and when he sot he Vent down among the- COllgrCgatIO n and asked each one cone and jIm do army of de Lord toI One of the congregation when question was ut to him replied Ts done JIned Wbard you Jin asked the ex horter In de Baptist church was ffie answer Why chile said the exhorter yob aint In the army yobs in the navy ft Exchange ConirrcHHtunn Gardner Escnpe Congressman A P Gardner of Ham ilton Mass tells the following story It was at n little shooting party which was attended by some of the elite of that vicinity and more than one of the party felt a trifle nervous about a certain young Englishman as lie and his gun seemed strangers Nothing occurred however until Mr Gardner felt something poking him In the side as be crept along Turning quickly he found the novice prodding him with the muzzle and fumbling with 4uIIiget on to the birds you might Jushow mo ere triggers downl BostanHeraldI i Dom MILE8 AntiPain Pilla AntiPain Pills Headache Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also relieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain AguePainsdown Dizzlnes Nervousness and Sleeplessness lain is sure to follow any strain or jrcakeoSnf influence upon the nerves It may be caused by overexertion heat intense mental effort colds in digestion or any cause that depresses excites oriagitates the nerves So sensit ve are they that the least pressure or strain causes suffering By sootk ing strengthening and quieting the nerves Dst painTheybox wider a guarantee that the first box will benefit r moaej refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO EBdar Ii4 f CHAPLIN Left From Last Week Miss Eva Flaugher has been visiting Miss Nora Neale Mrs CW Rush who has been very ill is much improved Messrs Jim Sutherland and Bland Rush left Saturday morning for school Mr Sutherland will attend school at Henderson Tenn and Mr Rush at Louisville Miss Sadie Funk has been quite ill and vas compelled to close her school for a few days Rev Edenthe Baptist minister delivered quite an asrather large audience at the Christian 1Misstained quite a number of her friends at a dining on Sunday Among those from here were Miss Eva Sutherland Messrs Robert and Jim Suth erla Wiltett Bland and Noel Rush ndI Mr Elbert Thomas of spent last week with relatives here pleparingiIMr and Mrs D B Sutherland called to Sharpsvine last Sun a werej account of the serious illness of Miss Irma Graham Mrs Sutherlands sister Miss Irma is quite a frequent visitor here and her many friends will be glad to learn that she is much improved Miss Nora Neale is visiting in Bards town Messrs Robert Sutherland and Wil lett Rush are in Louisville this week Mrs Lillian Dodd has returned to Winchester SeeraI rom here attended church at Mt Zion Sunday Mrs Will Eddleman entertained at dinner Sunday The Right Rev Father Obrecht abbot j of Gethsemane has returned a six months tour of South Africa l THE NATION SUFFERS MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Throughout the United States are suf fering dally from Rheumatic troubles Neuralgia Catarrh Skin troubles Sore Oisderf Sore Feet and various forms of aches swellings and inflammations Arc you one of them If so I otter and guarantee instant relief if you will use the wonderful healing external remedy Paraeamph ns I direct Go to your druggist toda and got a bottle of Paraeamnh First std to the Injured Apply It according to directions und if It falls to do what I claim for it go back to your druggist and get your propositionTakeParacamph cures the troubles above- mentioned is because when applied it opens the pores of the skinpenetrate3 directly to the Interior cells soothing the aching nerves oiling the muscles drawing out the fever soreness and In Summation by inducing sweating It cures in a safe and harmless way Dont ruin our stomach timid nervous ClneJjtsc f Dr Miles Cure ScztIndigestion 1Nerve ThIeIllinois Central t Railroad Offers extremely low round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louis = iana including NEW ORLEANS Nov 2i Dec 5 and 9 1905 Tickets allow liberal stopovers and good 21 daysfor return Low Rouud TriP Rates To- points in ARKANSAS INDIAN TER = TEXASion 0 ea month Cheap excursion rates to HOT SPRINGS ARK via Memphis Only- line running personally conducted ex cursioii LOUISYILLEtocCALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS M Farming In The South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company is issuing monthly circulars concerning Fruit Growing Vegetable Gardening Stock Raising Dairying etc in the States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every farmer or housekeeper who will forward his name and address to the undeiy signed will be mailed free circulars Nos 1 to 11 inclusive For rates tickets etc applytQ the nearest railroad agent or address rFW HARLOW D P A 1 Louisville Ky Springfield Market Baeon Haaas Mo Sides i cr- Beeswax21u per pound Butter 15o to 20o per pqundi ChlcteiK neIl9 tic Sprln7c ibriedapplesoa per pound Ducks So per ponnd Corn ilea TSc to SOc per basheLeEgga 21e per dozen Feathers loo per pound Flour 2i50to Ginseng 750 pqr pound Orain Wheat 83 i corn f1c Oats SidesGreen iil4c to e Lard 2Ho per pound Idme to SL oo per barrel 3111 prodaotz Bran SLooj shipstoff L20jer 100 poande i Tj otatoeaCountryCOc m Onions100 i Salt SL45 and 185 per barrelt Turtoya per pound tVlnWool Burry and greasy IlKc cIear ot tgrease Vic tub washed SScj a Country Sorghum 45c to 50c GeesefOe a pelce Onion 1 A1ierce fir is m progress in a co1Jmine at Amsterdam 0- Subscribe r Eat rh Sun 100 y-1 r r