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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1at T m prlug Itlb a flfliafDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYj j t VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 NlIlI1iEI5I1 i Gentlemen of the Courts Citizens of the Town HsUpty II What AreouGolng to Do With the Vagrants of SpringfieldNows the Time For Action V t Idleness is a veritable breeder of icrime If ablebodied men in every 4 community would find employment wandits easy to fins and keep constant r ly at it there would not be so much doing in our court houses and there would always be room to spare in our jails Men who are physically able to Work but refuse to work should bet I forced to Officers should seeto it that the vagrancy law is enforced fo the letter if officers fail to do this then they are guilty of a neglect of duty There is no disputing that we have quite a large number of abledbodied loafers or vagrants right here in Springfield These scallawags are go ingto lase U and as they do not hon o estly earn a livelihood it is very natur al tosupposethat they are petit thieves They are living by taking that which othershave labored for Are the pea ple of Springfield going to permit such a state of affairs to exist indefinitely s Are the sworn officers of the town going to do their full duty Are they going to enfore the vagrancy law Last summer the streets of Springfield were fairly lined with robust ne- gro men who not only refused to work Taut impudently laughed at the idea when the matter was suggested to 4 Pretty Hats Lexington Ky November 12To prevent the minds off the female mem bers from being distracted from thet sermon by millinery worn by the women members of the choir the Central Christian church of this city has requested them to sing bareheaded The innovation was introduced today The choir loft is immediately behind the pulpit and officers ofthe church took the position that the variegated and beautiful hats of the ladies were calculated to engross the minds of wo men in the congregation- The female choristers were all dressed in white to make themselves still more inconspicuous I DEEP CREEK Mrs Ida Elliott entertained quite a large number of friends sit a singing one night last week in honor of her neice Miss Josie Arnold of Boyle count who has been visiting her for the past week Mr Phillip Wagner a deaf mutiI who resides in Harrodsburg and whoI is engaged in marble work there was in our vicinity last week doing some work in the Deep Creek cemetery Your reporter is glad to state that Mr Marcus Cocanougher is better at this writing Mr John H Elliott Jr was in Perryville Saturday on business r A horse belongingto Mr Oddie Coyle Sunday and ran away demolishing the buggy Mr J H C Elliott was in Mack yule Monday on business George Elliott who has been unable to work for six weeks owing to a sore foot is now able to resume his work Mr and Mrs J D Wilkerson of Boyle county visited the latters aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs J fi C Elliott Saturday and Sunday Loses His Job Mr Dean Carey of this county has lost his place as guard at the Frankfort penitentiary Dean is against Black burn and as a majority of the prison commissioners are for Old Joe they =3nade him walk the plank It looks to us like as good fe Democrat as Dean is no matter what side of his own political fence he was on should be allowed to r keep his piece of Pie andremain at the trough He should be reinstateu forthwith if not sooner Danville Advocate John Gibson and prank Marion c miners were instantly killed by falling rock at Beattyville Ky j 4 I them That was the time to have forced them into service by enforcing the law but it was not done Then let thelaw now be enforced Springfield has some honorable hardworking colored people who are respected and whenever the opportunity affords they are assisted by the white people The vagrant class in a manner works hardships upon the working class and the latter should do all their power to assist in suppressing idleness If the evil cannot be corrected by law then let the citizens of the town give notice to the vagrants that they must leave just as they would give notice to a band of hobos that they must leave Its up to you gentlemen of the IIcourts What are you going d When it comes to the point f anex1 cellent lady having her pursed snatched from her hands bY a negro land that too under the glare of anelectric light on Main street in Springfield dont you think it is about time for united action Lets rid the town of the habitual loafer it can be done it must be d neI Lets say to himHere is Work forI you you must getat it or you must leave the town Letter List tList of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoffice for the weekending November 15 Charlie Beck Buddie Allen Mrs 0 H Anderson George Coleman John Dorsey Nellie Hancock Loretto T Hedges Miss Gertrude Gleman Miss Mollje Hocker J E Kidwell pastur of MrslLiurangMrs A nie Richard Mrs Matilda Richa usan Rineheart Mabel Ross Oscar arfield v W A WATERS Postmaster TEXAS Rev Purdom is holding a series of meetings at Bethlehem He is being assisted by Rev Wil ams of Springfield They have had severaladditions ttf the church Misses Mary Lampton of Springfield and Frances Litsey of Pleasant Grove attended services here last week 1sickoclock a passerby discovered the residence of H J Cocanougher to be on fire An alarm was given and in a short time a large crowd was on hand and the flames extinguished without much damage None of the family were at home at the time Mr Coca nougher lost a house by fire about four years ago Mrs C T Cocanougher entertained a few friends at dinner Tuesday Those present were Mrs Mary Christie and daughter Mrs Monahan of Indiana Mrs Bell Hays and daughters of Marion county and Mrs William Peterson of this place Mrs T R Peterson and daughter of Chicago Ill are the guests of friends and relatives here Misses Ella Shauntv and Effie Kim berlin Were in Louisville last week Miss Emma Leachman who has been visiting relatives here has returned to her home In Louisville Mr Moss of Springfield was here yesterday on business Miss Lois Wilson of Gravel Switch is the guest of Miss Lottie Hays Farm For Rent At Frederickstown Ky of about 110 acres river and creekbottom laud 50 acres in corn and tobacco 30 acres in timothy balance oats and grass Two tenant houses stock barns and new to bacco barn for 7 acres Apply tot J R C0NN0- RFrederickstocyn Ky Subscribe fore The Sun LOO year Death of Mr Scroghan Mr Thomas Scroghan after an ill ness of about nine weeks of typhoi- fever died at his tome near town last Wednesday and his body was taken to Hebron church in Mercer county jon Thursday and interred Mr Schrog ham was ah exceptionally fine man and his death is regretted by a host of friends He was about thirty eight years old and leaves three children two of whom are small who will sorely miss a kind and affectionate father Mrs Schrogham died a out six Year- ago These little children who ar now left orphans have the heartfelt sympathy of all The deceased was a member of the Christian church and was a good Chris tian He had been residing in Washington county about six years having moved here from Mercer county Death of a Child Eugene the sevenmonthsold baby Hardestyidied at the home of Mrs Hardestys mother in Lebanon lust Saturday and the body was interred thereon Sun day Mrs Hardesty was called to Lebanon by the death jof her sister and while there the little one con tractedspinalmeningitis The lather and mother have the sympathy of all in the loss of their little one Died in Texas Mr James Hiadd a brotherinlaw- of Messrs S B and J W Thompson died at his home in Texas last Sunday He leaves a wife and six children Mr Hiadd formerly resided in Washington county but moved to Texas twentyc seven years ago BOOKER 11The jTheonly to write our news to The Spring field Sun which shines so brightly in our homes each week We sincerely hope Miss Alert Watchfulness will appear again soon M TA W Eddleman is erecting a handsome residence on his farm The protracted meetvsg is still in progress at New Hope Some fine sermons are being delivered by Brother Davis pastor of Bloomfield Baptist church Miss Louise Settle and mpther in their charming way entertained their friends at 5 oclock dinner Friday The table was beautifully decorated in white chrysanthemums The guests present were Revs Adkins and Davis the Misses Stella Wakefield Bess Set tle Matye Yeadie and Nellie Andrews Hallie Huston Eva Royalty and Myr tle Croake Mr Bernard Wall and Miss Maude Yancy were quietly married at the home of the brides parents lust Wed nesday Rev Adkins officiating Miss Lela Wall entertained the bride and groom at dinner last Thursday Those present were Mr and Mrs Bernard Wall Mrs Lyda Boblitt Springfield Mesdames Cutsinger and Ellis Mr and Mrs Smith and The Misses Louise Settle and Fairy Lyddane The Misses Hallie Huston and Nellie Andrews have returned to their homes at Maud after a delightful visit to Miss Louise Settle Mr Jesse Mann entertained a crowd of young ladies Saturday afternoon with his new phonograph which is the best we ever had the pleasure of hear ing Mr and Mrs James Truax enter tained Revs Adkins and Davis at dinner Tuesday A number of other friends were present Notice Taxpayers County andf State taxes for 1905 due and must be paid at once After December 1 penalty will be added All persons owing back taxes must settle or theijr property will be advertised fo sale My term in office expires January 1 and ill business must be settled f BYRON CROAKE SW C GpwiHernck has issned a lengthy 7 state ent discussingg the causes of Re pubiidln defeat in Ohio 11 J n r PURSE i Clady o Brookes Hand Monday Even- ingT In Springfield When Mrs J R Claybrooke was going from the depot to her home oh last Monday evening and when she had arrived at a point on Main street just below the residence of Mr W K Robertson a burly negro approached her realeize what had happened he snatched her purse and ran This is the first in stance of Purse snatching on record i Springfield and if this guilty scoundrel is apprehended he will be dealt with in sucha severe manner as to make a- lothersif there are otherswithsuch notions think twice before trying the game Officers are now at work upon the case and it is to be hoped that the thieving rascal willbe caught If such a thing could be he ought to be tied up before the public and lashed with a blacksnake whip until he was blistered from the crown of his head to the souls of his feet Thanksgiving Date Courier Jourral Thanksgiving day that day on which the whole country unites in offering praise for the good things of life and attends football games which are followed by heavy dinners comes this year on aTTunnSual day It will be the last day in the month something which happens very seldom on account of the way the cal ender is constructed November 30 must be on Thursday for it to have the distinction of also bein Thanksgiving day and this cannot Happen often in the lifetime of the average man Many persons are under the impres beenIyear Roosevelt is making a radical departure fixing the day as Thursday November 30 Some persons think that it 810Uld have been November and a large number of inquiries have been received by the CourierJournal asking what day Thanks ving day comes on this year President Roosevelt fixed November 30 and he has the authority byvirtue of an act of Congress to fix any day he may see fit The law does not specify c lday for the day of thanks although it is customary forI it to be on the last Thursday in Novem ber and the President may fixjany day he chooses The Mayor of Henderson added to the mixup as to the date by fixing the time as November 23 one week earlier His proclamation was issued in advance of that sent out by the President He thought he and the President would hit the same day but the President followed the custom ofIhaving the last ThursdaYiso Hender son will have two Thanksgiv ing days one on the 23rd and the other on the 30th Campbells Reportt Bards town Court day sales are as follows one sow and shoats 28 one old cow and plug horses ranging in prices from 18 to 75 Several new and old vehicles at low prices Shot guns in good demand for the 15th for rabbits and birds A small crowd in town till the band of fox hunters began to arive from Springfield and other points Over 100 dogs registered at the livery stables for the chase this week SM CAMFEFL Auctioneer BROOKSVILLE Mrs Jerome Colvin entertained her many friends on last Tuesday Those present were Mrs Sallie Noel Mrs W M Sutton Mrs B Polter Mrs Jane Coulter and Misses Artie and Olive Sut ton and Hester Noel Mr Irl Cheatham and Miss Artie Sutton spent last Sunday at the home of W S oodlettaMrs Jerome Wells spent last week Birchespent last Sunday with Misses Maud and Eva Inman Miss Hester Noel spent last Sunday MrsrLuther Herront Misses Verna Rogers and Nora Cheat ham spent last Wednesday with Mrs Maggie Rogers Mrs Fannie Birch and Miss Belle Birch spent last Thursday and Friday at the home of Dr MW Hyatt t Official Vote of Washington County IElection Nmmbir 7 905 J PRECINCTS Fredericktown 189 187 186 186 191 87 186 183 1 18 Mooresville 170 166 Y 1681 169 68 167 1 165 185 Willisburg 87 87 87 87 168f 86 86 86 86 North 78 70 70 70 64 123 69 69 69 71 39 64 Hendren ro 74 5 75 9l 115 5 76 75 75 Mackville 179 176 176 176 179 921 176 176 176 175 32n9 187 183 184 J83 183 59T 184 183 183 184 73 21 in ISn 1ST ISO 150U 143 15fli 149 1R21 14R 14fl Kelly Shop 130 123 126 120 120 107 121 123t 121 123 Brush Grove 6262 62j 62 62fl37t 62 62 62 63 26 87 I 157 1584 1359 15741579 5551565 256 1576tM 225 1 Marion Items Falcon Mr and Mrs G A Doj honey announce the approaching mar riage of their daughter Miss Mary to Mr Boyd Winchester Phillips the wedding to take place on November 22 1905 Miss Dohoney is one of Leba nons society girls and is both pretty and accomplished Mr Phillips isa son of Mr and Mrs Joe C Phillips and is at present bookkeeper in the Farmers National Bank in this city Miss Nora Fiarman sister of Mr R T Fiarman died in the hospital at Louisville yesterday morning where she had been for the past five weeks She had been an invalid nearly all her life but herdeath came as a surprise as it was thought she was improving In a general scrap Sunday night between a lot of negroes in Ester alley one Mathew Norris was badly beaten with the Wfctt eiTd of an old musket His arm was dislocated his head severely cut and other small injuries Mr A L Brown sold 54 acres of land on Pope creek to Mr Henry Don nelly for 1500 W S Isaacs sold 57 acres of land to Sam D Hundley for 1060 Andrew J Newton to M A Newton 164 acres of land for 600 TF Lankfort sold to Mattie Cabbell 33 acres of land for 500 G W Glasscock sQl 41 acres of to W S Isaacs for X800 222 Per Acre That farm lands in the vicinity of Lexington are steadily increasing in value was again snown Thursday when the farm of Richard T Downing one and a half miles from the city limits the Georgetown pike wafe sold at auction for 222 an acre says the Lexington Leader The purchaser- was John N Fisher The farm consisted of 15723 acres with a twelveroom colonial brick res dence situated on it On the place is fifty acres of fine woodland The farm is well located wen watered and one of the most desirable tracts in that end of the country TATHAM SPRINGS We are having beautiful weather at present and the farmers are very busy gathering corn Rev Lowen closed a series of meet digs at Fairview Christian church Tues day with eighteen additions Rev Lowen is a good preacher and hits had muchsuccess through this county We are lad to see some work being done on the pike around here as it was badly needed Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Ethel Rogers We are sorry to report Miss Irma Graham of Sharpsville very ill at presentMr J Miller of Willisburg was here Thursday on business Mrs J S Royalty and daughter Annie were guests of Mrs Burkhead Wednesday Miss Emma Hyatt visited her parents at Mackville Saturday and Sunday James Yates was through here last week buying turkeys Mr and Mrs Murrel Pinkston were here Friday visiting their daughter Mr and Mrs G W Shirley were in Bloomfield Saturday shopping Some of the farmers around here arf througkstrinping tobacco Rev Somraers filled his regular aj ointment at the Baptist church iiIeSunday 1 SHERIFF sCARDWELI Mr W L Graham is afc the bedside of hissister Irma at SharpsvflleL She is yet very low with stomach trouble Mr R A Wflftam and wifeattended church at Grapevine Sunday Mr Albert Tatum and family of Harrodsburg visited SH Gardners and E T Perkins several days last weekMr John Fry Hopper and family of Illinois will arrive here on the 15th He says Kentucky in the best place on earthMesdames M E and MA Perkins of Battle spent Sunday with J Perkins Miss Effie Anderson and Miss Lular LevMramong old friends once more at this jlace We are glad to see Uncle John out again Mr Ben Simms and wife visited at W H Littrel Sunday E T Perkins was kept awake Saturday and Sunday night looking for the dog to come back that got his 15 pounds of beef Friday night He will find the onwer of the dog when he is dead Corn is selling at 175 per bushel deliverd Stock Sales At the sale of B Lawson horses brought 99 to 13750 milch cows 3250 to 3450 7 heifers 3 cents steers 3J to 3A weanling mule 80 to 139a pair oats S160 to 180 blade fodder 1 hundred weanling calves 9 to 14 Terms ten months without interestPerkins and Brown sold to a Lexington party 1 saddle mare price private LONG RUN Mrs Nora Best who has had a severe throat trouble is much better M D L Cocanougher is able to be out again after an attack of lagrippe Marcus Cocanougher sold to Charlie Coyle three fat hogs at 4J cents Mr George Cocanougher bought of Henry Lawrence a bunch of sheep price unknown Misses Georgie and Grace Cocs nougher were at Enido Thursday shop ping Mrs Lizzie Best and children spent Thursday with Mrs Nannie Christer sonMr George Elliott and wife spent Sunday with the family of J W Best Messrs Eugene Harmon and Newton Bradley visited M b L Cocanoughec Gertie and Josie Coyle at tended church at Antioch Sunday Mr and Mrs John Wallace of Springfield spent Sunday at Anderson HoldermansMiss Begley and MrEugena Harmon attended church at BethlehemtSunday night Mr Charlie Cocanougher has pur chased partof Robert Grays farm near Aliceton jand expects to move shortly spendingCreek Miss Mattie Bradley and Mr Earn son Coyle attended the musical eat Fen wick school SaturdayFr Farm For Safe Nelson county farnv cOnSistiicof 152 acresgood house large tobacco four miles from2town oapikr price and terms seej l11ln HOK1 IUPFCIIK i Bloamfiiid rr S + tTl a ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 t Hides Wantedi I want all kmc of hides an furs Bring them tom and get Car1 for them For the next two weeks I will pay + 91II r For Green 1 L t lor 5 t For Salted Hides Bring them to m- eJones ttI- f f Slandering the South Elizabethtowii News It Is a mis fortune much to be deplored that the South just now in the morning of her prosperity and at a time when the suc cessful development her unlimited re sources so largely depends upon theset tlement within her territory of that class of immigrants who possess intelligence industry and thrift should be handi capped in her progress by the dastardly attacks upon her by certain Northern w newspapers and other agencies hostile to her welfare As an example of the unjust and injurious attacks that from time to time are being made upon The South and her people we quote a trans lated cablegram sent from New York to the Berling Taceblatt of Berlin Germany and published in that paper New York July 28 1905 private Cablegram The emigration broke the record last year with 1027421 per sons AustriaHungary has the largest number then follow Italy Russia Great Britain and Scandanavia The Morgen JouranF warns the Germans not to emigrate to the South ern States as they are forced to work revolvers anji are treatedworse than slaves To say that the above and other attacks ofa similar nature are the out growth of ignorance is absurdity Then the only Iggical conclusion is that the authors of such falsehoods realizing the vast opportunities the Southoffers to the Reserving class of immigrants uaintedtwith the true situation in the Southern States the intelligent foreigners will flock southward they thus seek to own the cream of the laboring element Farm Sold Kentucky Standard Mr J W Beam has sold his farm containing 85 acres on Poplar Flat to his brother Mr E L Beam of Botland for 4270 READ THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7th 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir I suffered ten years with sever- kidney and bladder trouble and a times was unable to work I was ad vised to try your Texas Wonder and after using onefourth of one bottle I passed a large gravel and I have never suffered since passing the same three years ago I have recpmmended it to many others who reported recqmmendeditder diseases SAM DEAN One small Bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be a cure testimonial Sold by all druggists A Daily Paper Free Well not exactly Free but the n thing to it What do you think this offer F R extI TheSpring field Sun and Chi cago NationalDaily Review impresI isIsioITSkidneysI OneI PI IJA YEARN This offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how long we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bargain so come early Pay up your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of it The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is phenomenal success It is a four page sevencolumn paper printed ih large type on good quality of paper Started in January 1905 i already has thousands of subscribers and it intends to add thousands more in the next few weeks by means of an arrangement with The Sun and other newspapers such as we have outlined above The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILYREVIEW is published every weekday in the year and ntain8all the news thats worth remember ing It has a complete market report excellent reading matter for the family condensed and readable reports of the worlds news and everyday gives its readers a magazine article by one of the high class special writers on its staff Remember that the regular price of the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW isOne Dollar per year For a limited time only all nqw subscribers to The Sun who pay a year inadvance and all old sub scribers who pay arrearages and a year in advance dan get the REVIEW for only 50 cents additional Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered J Address THE SUN Springfield Kentucky t 1 FIGHTING j114 THE AIR Something New In Warfare In troduced By the French Army Like a glance Into thq future by Verne or a Wells has boon the work of the balloon and automobile corps of the French army in the ueM maneu vers during the past few dsiys says a special cable dispatch from Paris to till Now York American and Journal High in the air over the forts of Toul which by the by lies on the road to Strassburg tho Lebaudy military di rigible balloon circled and swung bombarding the fortiiicatioiis below with blank cartridges while swift au tomobiles followed the airship pu the roads beneath and tired at It with light rapid fire guns The demonstration was the most remarkable of modern war methods It marked tvco great steps forward in military science The practicability of the balloon as an attackinXorce was clearly shown butt as a par lol development It was also shown that these aerial assaults could be opposed and a splendid defense established by the use of small light high power guns mounted on swift auto cars The Lebiwtly military dirigible bal loon made three successful flights and created the greatest enthusiasm among the officers In charge of the maneu vers The third and by fair the most ambitious flight on the Imr1of tho bal loon resulted in a successful attack upon a series of fortifications The umpires were confronted with conditions such as have never arisen oil any ac tual battlefield and their decision has been contested by many who witnessed the maneuvers They admitted tho1 success of the attack by the balloon on the forts but also credited the au tomobile guns with a victory over the balloonThe great airship was sent to a height of 4500 feet with several army officers on board A course was map ped out which was followed perfectly bv the airship although It was forced windtwind off the quarter It swung grace fully along however passing above each of the forts Indicated In the plan of attack turned over to the army officers In charge The sight was one ofIfollowing the maneuvers As easily as- a motor boat the great airship was brought into positionabove each ol the fortsThen at such an altitude as to be distinguishable only with field glasses one of the officers would lean over the Itniwould be seen to flash In the air and then shoot downward with the con stoutly Increasing momentum that finally Cashed it like a meteor into the fort it which it was directed A flash of flame anti then a sharp report would mark the lauding of the cartridge and scoredr1for the airship While the airship soared through tho air a halfj dozen automobiles on the roads iJCUdtil coursed it like beagles A constant rattle from the light ma chine gluts jiimrUpd the attempt to de fend the fortifications In this fashion and from time to time the bjilloomsts would set afloat smaller balloons which floated away and were used as targets later by the nut mobile guns using ball cartridges The work of these automobile batteries was Remarkable Although of course no leaded shells were fired at the airship the rapidity of fire the ability of the automobiles to follow the flight of the aerial bombanlers std the accuracy of tire as shown litter against the target balloons were all consid red in making a decision and the rte umpireiboon haja fleet of aerial battleships been In action the umpires did not say The accuracy of the aim of the gun ners wits sbown to be renmrkabltJ I when It was take Into consideration that they were lint g from automobileH going at augh mte of speed at balloons uiovitiover 1000 feet above tho ground Several of the target balloons were hit tad shells sent close to others ofIwill be kept up fon several weeks Express Sale Lebanon Enterprise The sale of un claimed express packages that had nc- cumulated in the various offices of th Adams Express Company over the State held in ihis city Monday was largely attended There were several hundred packages offered and everyone was sold at the highest bidwhich in the vast majority of cases was less than fifty cents Three dollars for a suit box was about the largest amount bid on any one article The box was opened and containeda white silk dress which auctioneer Jgll Estes stated to the crowd was easily worth 50 How ever the purchaser offered to take for the garment but as no one care for the bargain the gentleman took the dress with him Quite a large num ber of the packages contained paten- medicines othetScontained soap books mer chandise etc The proceeds amounted to175 which amount covers the ex press charges on the various articles IMistaken For McKinley LaRue Herald Mr C H Tumor travelling representaive of Lawrence durg IndJ Coffin Company while here forwarded to Mrs Fannie Robinson McKinley the widow of the martyer President at Canton Ohio an empty gun shel which was presented to him under peculiar cricumsatnces He was standing on the corner of a street in Louisville when he was approached by a young man who was returning from the SpanishAmerican war and mistak ing him for Mr McKinley to whom itj is said he bears a striking resemblance presented him with this trophy of his markmanship while in the service Mr Tumey tried to convince the young soldier of the mistaken identity but he would not have it so The shell has been kept by Mr Tumey thus long for reasons known to himself but was sent to Mrs McKinley by Mr Tumey this week with full explanation of the pecu liar circumstances under which it was presented to him The Barlow Sale Ken ucky Standard The Richard Barlo r sale of personal property which took place in the Stringtown neighborhood esterday was well attended and biddin was good Auctioneer J T EddIe an reports the sales as follows Sta k of oats 12 stack of hay 15 800 bushel ofcorn sold in 100 bushel lots ab from 34 to 341 cents per bushel cow 32 heifer calf 14 small hog 12old gray horse 49 blemished work horse 50 threeyearold bay mare 134 black mare 30 Houes hold stuff and farming implements brought good prices A Ereak Cat Danville Advocate Col Ike Durham is the owner ofa cat that is probably the only one of its kind in existence When Col Durham moved to his present residence on the Perryville pike from the West End the cat followed and although forgotten the animal showed up the next day after the family was settled in their new home Col Durham is agreat believer in catch ing rats by means of steel traps and if there are any rodents around his place he soon cleans them out The cat unfortunately lost a foot in one of those traps at the old house and after moving closer to town lost another in the same manner and is now possessor footIout catching a rabbit and bringing it t the house o a POINTS ON FEEDING 1 figs that have been kept thrifty and growing on nutritious antI codllnj grasses are In such a healthy condition that they are able to digest large quan greatIIn this way can be finished up rapidly and turned off at the greatest profit Whoat Is superior to corn as a feed for young pigs It carries less fat and more lean meat Wheat should always Barilemakes n most excellent quality of pork jSFunu Jourunl 4Feeillnsr the Colt If the colt lucks exercise there is danger of feeding him too much but If he Is getting all the exercise he will take I do not think he eau be overfed says Andrew Stcnson In Farm Home One of the host colts I ever sow had a self feeder and nil the oats he wanted and also had a great deal of exercise and lie grew up wonderfully well propor tlpned well muscled and good boned lUorelreadily Hudvfireedlly but enough to keep him smooth The colt previously referred to hail the self feeder only un oldyear IInter lied For Sheep Dont try to winter sheep on tiinptby hay nor feed very much grain Clover or alfalfa liny oats and turnips or beets are a perfect winter ration They need shelter too but It should bo an open shed boxed up at the north side and endswith open side to the south Let them pass in and out at their pleasure find look out for dogs Farmers Advo cate Simple Itntlmi For Hoj A northwestern gentleman visiting an Illinois farmer who killed and cured hisown meatwas sq captivated by the superior aroma and flavor of the ham heewas led to Inquire his method Of feed ing says American Swineherd The ra tlon was simple It consisted of corn either shelled or on the cob whichever was most convenient and when condi tions permitted the corn was always soaked In addition to the corn was a plentiful supply of swill made by add hug twentyfive pounds of linseed cake ollmcal to a barrel of water He stated that he had fed hogs in this wiry for twentylive years They took on flesh rapidly were always healthy and had never hail a case of cholera Sttluwd nnct to the bill of fare on any farm i ndit Is dotnot It sheep ana teat cut straw in winter with avidity ind thrive on it Its mixture tith the ofIe1 r UTPRi1cEi t SALE FOR CASHUU L t HolidayGoods tnecessary to dispose of some stock on hand at once and make these LOW CASH PRICES for November sls 175 Z two t Decorated Saucers lac t A Rocking for in ty- o line as as 4STOVES AND Our is increasing to quote you some low on stoves Jf Pokers Coal and elbows always in t t and anything in Hardware line PAY FOR STORE Z I Purdom Mno TEXAS KY 1F i SHARPSVILLE a I Left From Last Week absence of several weeks we will again try to send in a few items Mr Silas Armstrong and Miss Effie Corn and Mr Derringer and Miss Emma eorn were married Sunday after noon at the home of Rev J A Sims in thjQ presence of a large crowd Misses Bessie and Bowen vis ited Miss Margarate Saunders Satur day night and Sunday Mr Willis Darland and wife visited Mr L C Cornish and wife Miss Ironia Darland visited Mrs Mary I Bowen a few last Brother Douglas Bryant of Kirk land preached to a large crowd at Bowen schoolhouse Thursday night Miss Graham who has been quite ill for some time is William Adams visited his brother Dr R F Adams Sunday Richard Adams and son were in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mrs Nannie Robinson and family visited her mother Mrs Mary I Bowen Saturday and Sunday to Thje Sun Fine Horses Sold 1IHerald Last week Mr Reb Goddard closed the sale of his match team of sorrels SunJsetHThe price received was 3750 The horses were noted Red Leaf and are two of the most beauti ful and perfectly gated animals in the state They have been exhibited in a number of fair rings and always won the blue in whatever they were entered Their beauty and grace has won them name even outside of the State and added materially to Mr Goddards reputation as breeder and trainer of fine horses Subscribe for The Sun 100 year l f r r w Shoes Womens S2 fine shoes tfat 175Womens fine shoe at 150 fWomens 135 fine shoe at 115 f 17ElMens 2 fine shoes at w vMens at 125 heavy shoes 115Shoes are higher and you will act 1 wisely by buying now T Chinaa d- Classware i iDecorated Plates for Large Decorated Plates SOC +65e kind per set Cups and Saucers per seLtit CPe5c Fruit two for 5c 25c complete lamp at ar 50c complete lamp at 40c 12c Quilt 1 0c or 3 for 25cc +20c Table Oil Cloth 1 yd 16c 85c Dark Overall Pants 55c 50c Blue Overall Pants 40c Good Jeans Pants 100 w- Ail Calico 5c per yd tI150 Chair l20WIll order anything furniture cheap any one HARDWARE stove business pleased prices Shovels Buckets Stove Pipe stock and at + the lowest ssible prices Black HawkCornshelIers WE CASH PRODUCE tit THE ENTERPRISE After Ezra Nora days week Irma improving- Mr Mr Success Harrodsburg magnificant sired by the have contests a have a Small 5c 65c Wadding 7 IJIltt Sale of Stock Cattle Kentucky Standard Oliver Hill Glasscock of Hardin county sold thir tysix head of slop jcattle to Arnold Co of Bardstown the latter part of last week at 2J cents per pound The cattle averaged about 800 pounds Bowel Tro ble is a sure sign that your digest organs are over workedtoo burdenedin of rebellion Itisaseri ous condl tion and H- neglected will result m complications of tbs gravest character 3S thelwill correct itself and disappear nwaa sisted dontInvitenearest druggist and buy a bottle of Dr CaidwefisLaxatlv Syrup PepsinIt is the safest quickestacting and forallant powerful and penetrating asdInstantlyThe confined gases are released fey mentation is stopped and the affected strengthenedDRiCALDWELLS halfdollar Hdoesfe Yor postal card reQUest wfDb by p1LdoteIM1 rdy tatlyaarhostai ttodPEPSIN SYRUP 00 Mu INIIIais Sal IRd Cry Drsr SftrL fir 0 ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 THE CROSSETT I 34o TO 500Best Shoe on Earth IThe etlHJ4 eISA Hoodooto Harrodsburg Herald Many believe a hoodoo is associated with the sheriffs office of Jessamine co6ntA year ago john Perry and J G Scott were opposing candidates for the nomination A few reeks before the pri jnary Perry v wed Scott should never sheriff McClure Wells WT LEAGHMANS GENTS FURNISHING STORE A place where you can buy what you WANT at Prices that will Please W you H 35 CENTS A Garment for fleeced lined Underwear The best bargain ever offered to the trade of Springfield and Washington county Other Underwear 50c to 1 a garment 0 GLOVES Anything from a 10 cent canvass glove to a5 fur glove You will save money by buying gloves of me A large variety from which you may select waTI LEAGHMANS GENTS FURNISHiNG STORE Iet 8 but before they set for the primary and when the fight was the fiercest Perry died Perrys son continued the fewImonths Hhe son died Scott then se acclamationjfilled Scott died Sunday two days be fore the election which would have made him sheriff j i eiI YOUR WIN- TERCOAI I U + t Now is the time to give us order You know we handle the best goods McClure g Wells The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons- are the best They have stood the test of time 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 worldr If you need fencing buy that which has bei proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing IC The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them buigingisand Wickedness I I your your Springfield Ky I Srk Generous Editor 3 Samuel W Xlcljois edlior of the j Jacksonville Journal inns probably mitde snore persons happy through his lionevolcnce than any other man in America says a dispatch from Jack ohville Ill He might have been a rich man AsltIs he Is prosperous although he gives a large part of his ncoiuu away lie delights In making others happy hut was why he recently put 430- Jacksonville school children onu train md took them to St Equip He paid ill the expenses of the trip provided Jie lunchti111u1 supplied the car faro for the tour of Shiuvs garden Forest llsIouting for the little ones 00 per cent of whom hud never bees out of Jack souvllle before It Is a frequent occur rence for Mr Nichols to tukuhis little friends on excursions None of my little neighbors shall want for all the joys of life as I did theipleasures in childhood I had to go to work before I was ten years of ago I was driving a team when I was twelve My mother was pOOl nut could not give me the things sits desired I unit not rich but I have a little to spare now amt then and the children get It I do not know how to squander money It takes very little for my needs and all that Is left over I give to the children To see them happy does me good What a vast sight of downright sImon pure genuine happiness Is miss ed by the then who hoard their gofd i when with It they might scatter so many smiles Mr Nichols has aided over half a hundred women to get an education Many years affo he conceived the Idea of establishing a playground for the children of the place and n couple of years ago he provided such a place at a cost of 10000 Last year during the worlds fair Mr Nichols brought 100 children to St Louis and paid their way until they had seen the whole of the big shown Toward the holidays Mr Nichols Is especially busy He goes to the teach ers III the public schools and the over seer of the poor and gets the names of nil the poor children In the city Then he buys dolls by the hundreds candy by the hundredweight oranges by the box knives by the dozens games books and everything that delights the childish heart and then distributes them In a manner to attract as little attention as possible Mr Nichols is very plain and unas suming almost careless regarding his personal appearance Cleared for Action Vjen the body is cleared for action by r Kings New Life Pills you can tell fit by the bloom of health on the the the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buo aney of the mind Try them At C Jl Haydons drug store 25 cents Iv t lR 10000REWARD Offered By William R Hearst for Evidence of fraud in the Recent Election in New York New York Nov 10Ten indictments for violation of the election law and two for assaults committed at the polls at the election last Tuesday were tc day drawn up by the grand jury It was said tonight that Attorney General Mayer and State Superintend ent of Elections Morgan had instituted a searching investigation of the alleged election frauds which would be con tiuned until the Legislature meets The Attorney General and Mr Morgan tonight examined a numbec of witnesses in connection with the frauds and also conferred with Mr Henry E Yonge special counsel for Mr Hearst and discussed the plans to prosecute persons against whom charges may bo broughtThe today was ddscribed by William R Hearst as follows The law Committee has discovered some very amazing things and the deeper we go into this thing the uglier it looks We have evidence against twelve district leaders and 1 am con fident that we shall send two or three of them to prison I am just as much interested in the crimnal prosecution of this case as I am in the recount In this case it makes no difference whether I am declared elected ornot in com parison with the greater duty of Send ing criminals to jail H It was for this purposeMr Hearst added and to strengthen the evidence against a certain district leader that I made the offer of 10000 reward to day for such evidence We have at least sufficient evidence to prove the necessity ofa recount and I believe that a recount will show a difference of 20000 votes in my favor H Objects to Hangings Prisoners In the Kaijsas penitentiary under sentence of death need have no fear of the governors signing their death warrants says a Topeka dis patch to the Kansas City Star In a letter to the Christian Herald Govern or Edward W IIfch jays that capital punishment must soon give way to othermethods of dealing with criminals The governors etter Is as follows The whole troi id of thought on the sulijwt of criminology Is and tins ever IenaltleS1InrlcetltbeIn the worlds penal statutesITline was Whet I1Uui purposely made as severe and brutal as possible Criminals were boiled In IOU stretched upon iron racks inclosed iu barrels with spikes protruding in wild nnd rolled down steep declivities and tortured in every conceivable way Kut we have gradually grown away punIShIlI1ntmaining relit of the datum ages In the trontmont otcrhnclThe infliction of this iftade as hug many us possible which Is a prophecy of its ultimate abandonment Capital punishment does not deter criminals from corn crime Statistics- ubumlunthstnbHsh this fact It Is a brutal custom that does no good and must soon give why to a better philos ophy of government and a higher Christian civilization t Cane Fad for Women LTlny canes will be inseparable companions of the fair sex this fall says the New York Press Although every little while the fad hits been tried without success it has been adopted so strenuously In Lenox tlmt the season Is likely to he a record one for wo mens walking sticks Mme Ilenpel niuejilcr wife of the Austrian atnbassa dor soon utter she arrived In Lenox this autumn was seen wending her way ubout with uH iuall white can She never forgot itor left it at home and oven carried Itou her frequent trip to the Lenox club orbs the post otlki Of course her fad found many followers for those who hadnt dared try it beforefelt no hesitancy now that the could find themselves In such Rood company and canes became no copied with morning attire Among those who carry them are Miss Char lotto Barnes who brought one from abroad which Is trimmed with a huge bow of ribbon Miss Constance Bacon whose walking stick Is the Identical luxury with the bow und Mrs Archibald Mackay Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes Mywife had a very aggravated physidansDr Kings New Discovery for iCon sumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis At C J Haydons drug store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Anton Rowenhurst aged seventy five was run down and killed by a train in front of his home in Newport Ky iS Silarge for Steers We carried through last winter InI lRlveslwithturcd corn and nearly matured soybeans mixed in the proportions of about twothirds to threefourths thQ former anti onefourth to onethird the J latter We have found that this kind of silage is much superior for beef making purposes to corn silage The calvos at the square barn were carried through the winter on corn and ioy been silage clover alfalfa awl oat hay and one pound per heftclper day of cottonseed meal They cKllletlJrouglJ in fine thrifty condition and made gains of about njuc pounds per month from Dec 10 to April 25 The calves at the round barn were Ced all the corn nd soy boon silage clover alfalfa and oat hay which filMI would eat and from Dee 5 to Tats onir pound per head per day cottonseed meal one and a half pounds per head till Feh 15 and two pounds per fiead from time till May 10 when they were turned to grass From April i to May lu there were added to their ration five pounds per head per day corn anti cob meal which with the cottonseed meal were sprinkled over and thor oughly mixed with the silage The 1111sic1eApril 11 The 400 calves at the round barn weighegon Dec 10 after a weeks rest from their 1500 miles shipment 356 poundmaking207 pounds or 534 pounds per month or 178 pounds per day When turned to grass they were as sleek and mellow as grass fed catty Every one of them hind done well there not being at single calf In the whole bunch but what was fleshy and thrifty Our experience with these cattle fur nishes us another demonstration of the great value of silage for beef making purposes The calves consumed during the winter about twentyfive to thirty pounds per head per days of silage and two to three pounds of hay Figuring silage at 250 per ton hay ct 5 cottonseed meal at 23 and corn at 40 cents per bushel makes the dal ly cost of feeding during the five months these calves were fed 64 cents per head and the cost of the gains 36 cents per pound This I3 scarcely more than half what It would cost to make equal gains by any method of grain feeding with which I am familiar 600 Given Away The Weeky CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers Jt proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 10050 30 and 20t and sixteen ents of 30 and 20 to be given in States of Kentucky Indiana theJ see Texas Mississippi Missouri ginia and Alabama The plan is fair courierIJournalgiving full details It will be sent free A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns Belle Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand pOisoningBucklens savedisand sores 25c at C J Haydons drug store MYSTERY I SOLVEDi fate of William Shore Revealed By Breastpin Worn By Southern Lady IA dispatch to the Cincinnati Enquirer says that at the beginning of the Civil War William Short of Washington county was attending Bacon College Harrodsburg now Kentucky Univer thefHe was captured but made his way home His father gave him some departedIheard of again until two weeks ago On that date near Fredericksburg the country people had collected at the home of a family of the name of Dun themisis Cumberland county Tennessee who wore the picture of a young man in a breastpin Mrs Jenkins a sister of William Short was also a guest at the Jinn r She noticed the picture and askedabout it I am unable to MrsIsmithshop near out gate in Tennessee He had taken dinner at our house and while waiting at the shop for his horse to be shod twelve Federals rode up He had on a Confederate uniform and refused to surrender butwas notkilled until after he had wounded two of hiS assailants He had this photograph and about 100 in money but no paper by which he Gould be identified Not knowing his name or home we buried him iour family graveyard and with the money erected a tombstone over the grave I was a little girl at the time and seiand when away always wore itI Then MrsJenkins informed her it was the photograph of William Short her youngest brother and that this was the first tidings they had had of him Young Short had two brothers in the Federal army one of whom yet survives Accompanied by this brother Mrs Jenkins visited the spot in Ten nassee where the boy was buried with the intention of bringing his body to his Kentucky home for interment but found hini so nicely laid away that they decided to leave him in the soil of sunny Tennessee Death InTexes Harrodsburg Herald Mr T E Kirtley formerly of Washington county died at Greenville Texas a Texasiyears ago employ of a large wholesale establish meat but for the past ten years was unable to walk He was such a vain able man to the company they sent a carriage to Jus home to take him to his work bookkeeping and at night sent him home in the carriage He was a brotherin law of Mrs Chap Coleman of this county Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland has appointed an antisuicide commission intended to check the carnival of selfdestruction in Cleveland e 188 DURING THE MONTH O- FNovember r The Springfield Sun Chicago Daily Review Weekly CourierJournal ALL THREE PAPERS H L9OH The Springfield Sun Publishing1 Co Springfield Ky 4 Inclosed find 190 for which send to my address forone year The Springfield Sun The Chicago National Daily Review I The Weekly CourierJournal J Name tT f e Postoffice V ea TI J 1 7 vsiiii Rural Route No State f e Ii i981 + q 1iTLr 7 r eeTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 8 1905 jCoal In A Nutshell i tit 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 i 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 LtL PRODUCEI v ttI4 II SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday November 15 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEINESDAYj SUBSeSIPTIQN ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Yea 100 Six Months 50 Three Monthsu 25 SSFIn writing to have your address changed always give thepostoffice to which your paper going as well as the postoffice to you Wish it sent The small boy and the rabbit are both going to get shot during the hunting season Let us all hope that the day is dawning when the rich grafter of the big city will be given the same sort ofa trial before the courts of fhe land that is accorded to the horsethief and the safe blower A woman up jn Ohio is suing for divorce because her husband lost 50 ona rooster fight A pure case ofchicke hearted ness on the womans part Of course you are glad of your friends loss if you made a wager with him on the election IVI HJones f iini A SIOOOOO DRESS Washington City woman has recently paid one hundred thous and dollars for a dress We have justI woman an atray of some sort of finery to attract the attention of the people from the vomapIn inhabiting madeIO to trim themselves up with a lot of glistening trinkets in order that the attention of the public may be aft cted from a mug the terrible plainness of which would make a monkey fresh from the African jungles turn up his nose and thank the fates that even with his long tail he has reason to be proud of his generalap pearance The real prett- ywornthe woman whose beauty causes a fellow to view a pano rama of pretty things for two weeks after he has seen her doesnt need a one hundred thousand dollar dress just a olain gingham will dojust a wild rose higher hair and thats all thats all thats necessary to low feel that he ought ma11afel prayers and get re ing gaudy about her no sparkles to attract the eye from those lips that God touched with his finger tips into a smile And praise the Lord the old world is crowded with pretty little women who can dress to a queens taste in a gingham dress But dont you wish your wife owned a one hunt dred thousand dollar gahrnentr The Constitutional Amendment was lost by one majority ir Wash ton county II1 A Cord On The Chest tl Is Always Uncomfortable end Often Dangerous This is the season for colds and you will be wise to provide your self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early stages is worse than carelessness A wellknown lung specialist called it Constructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure a fresh cold and will relieve even the most obstinate cough of long standing The price is only 25 cents per bottle Lots of other kinds and other medicines here C1 J HA YDONCORNER DRUG STORE I d THE SUNS LITTLE SERMON One of these poor unfortunate stingy rich fellows is to be pitied pitied because he is miserable miserable because he is afraid his dollars in some manner are go ing to take on wings and go away to a remoteness from whence they will never again emerge A miser is ever ready to believe that the peopleeven his neighbors are planning to take fromhim his precious coinhis little idols of goldand sIlverthe gods he worships Hes a poor man with a sock full of rusty dollars If the jingle of a dollar ever becomes as music to your ear and if you find that your eye sees more beauty in the cold print of the eagle than it sees in the dimpled hand ofa baby boy Or the suijny curls ofa baby girl then it is time for you to fallupon your knees even upon the thdrns with which your pathmust bestrewn and pray to- Go Jto delivflYou from that most- damnabl o n e y wor shippi ii crrmem all the con temptible earth the most contemptible is the cringing cowardwho places his thousands above the Throne of God and his dollars above the worth of his fellowman He deserves pot even a little hut in which to abide but he ought to bemade to hie- himself to the thickets and take up his abode with the creeping things of the universe I went to school with a cluljfooted boy oncehe was born with a club foot When he was a tiny infant a physician offered to straighten the foot tor 50 Notwithstanding that his old daddy was worth one hundred thousand dollars he refused to furnish the money with which to buy the brace This sounds like an unreasonable lie but every word of itis true That son today is thirtyfive years old clubfootedand horribly de formed Fifty dollars in braces would riot only have given him relief through life but would have saved him much embariss boyImost miserable man as he lived a most miserable I1anand the gold he horded and in hording lost his soul is now being spent by others It is said when he ongtI and time again as if gathering in the coin It is wrong to speak in any other way of a dead human except in a gentle wav so we have been taught but pardon us for saying that we believe the bandits of the plains and the rob bers of the mountains can present a stronger case of defense before the courts of God than can the man who would refuse to give fif ty dollars for a brace with which to straighten the foot of his baby boy Sometimes a wise man admits J that he acted a fool but a fool js always convinced that he has acted in no other but a wise manner Getting into trbubleis like dropping the gourd intoithe well easy to get in but mitihty hard to get out- Commercial t A Club is a good th1g Springfield ought to have one Whenever a St Louis grand jury runs out of something to do it brings in another indictment against Senator Burton A Democratic poll made by the Democratic Campaign Com mittee of Vashington county indicated a majority ot 225 for Osbourne These figures were given out two or three days be fore the election The tabulated vote in this issue shows a majority of 225 for the Democratic nomi nee for Sheriff And how is that for figurinf The attractive feathery glistening spangles arid redand green and blue and black and white arid pink and yellow and brown trimmings upon the hats t of the women in a Lexington choir attracted so much of the attention of the female members of the audience that the preacher has requested that the choir sing bareheaded Chats what you might call getting the head right but how is the hearth If the ballots in greater New York are recounted its not im probable that William Randolph Hearst will be declared Mayor and some of the election officers sent to the penitentiary Bossism may not be dead throughout the whole countryit may be alive in sotsbpta large percent of the breedswal lowed its pison pillon Novem ber 7 wiggled t ra few hours and died It will be attended to in spots next election and we most earnestly believe that in a little while gang rule will be as nois less and as dead as a clap of last spring thunder Thehandwriting- is on the wall The penitentiary is yawning for grafters and the people are haveythe affairs of their cities and of their country conducted in a man ner to say the least decent o PRATHERS CREEK J H Mays and G H Christerson spent the day with the latters father in Mercer county Saturday Mesdames Mary and Josey Mays were visiting their sister at Danville Thurs day and Friday J H Mays and wife and Sam Mays and wife were the guests of L L Mays at Stewart Friday Mr Mike Noel died at the home of his son Henry on the 7th inst of heart trouble His remains were in terred in the Deep Creek cemetery the following day Mr Noel leaves three sons Henry Noelof this place and countyIknew him The community has lost aI good citizen and a kind neighbor J H Mays bought one brood mare from Tim Good for 125 Turkey buyers are paying 11 cents in this community Subscribe for the Sun for your winter reading and you will be pleased Lets hear from Mackville oftener The Mackville letters are appreciated and we would like to readone every week We will have a sort of a re union of the correspondents of The Sun some of these days where we all meet lone another and swap ideas about news gathering etc Some time next summerabout watermelon timewe Springfieldjmilk some cows make ice creamand lawsy what a time we will have aeating of melons and cream and telling one another how to make The Sun bettejrEd MACKVILLE Mr John C Sharp has purchased the Riley property known as the Foster place and will move to this place some time in the near future Mr Walter Foley and family have- renlcdproperty in Springfield and will move to that place suonIMrs Biirnette is much improved at this writing Mrs John D Sweeney and Miss Lil lie Haydon were shopping at Harrods burg last week Miss Janie and Julia Arnold delight eIrfli t good health as is dry powder to the success I of the army tOur Felt Boots Men and Boys Will unqnestionably keep your feet dry They reIIthe best to be had and at the lowest prices OurIstock of rubber goods js complete in every Full line of heavy shoes RaInCoats 1 I IWeferingai very low prices I Special Prices I- IWe will make you a special low price on a matting IInow We have about fifteen rolls which we arevery Ili anxious to close out to make room for other goods If you are needing a matting now is the time to buy J Clothing Sales I upII IJI Grundy Mclntire I fully entertained their young friends Saturday night Splendid music was furnished by the Yocum band of Fen wick Miss Edna Cochran entertained a few of her young friends Thursday night Tnose present were Misses Al lie BhewmaKer Lillie Haydon Ada Kays Joe Wycpff Less Bottoms Her man Shewmaker and Harvey Sweeney- J H Cregor and wife were at Perry ville Friday onbusiness Mr Cregor and fatnily will soon move to that place to take possession of their new home Many friends regret their departure The Sunday school institute held at the Christian hurch by Brother Hopkins was well attended and greatly enjoyed by all present We will be glad to welcome Brother Hopkins in our midst again and wish him success in his great work Mrs Parlee Isham still remains very sickMr and Mrs J P Walker spent several days last week with relatives near Willisburg The election passed off very quietly at this place Our friend Brack Powell got in bj a large majority We believe it impossible for Brack to be beaten as he is a straightforward rIIHaydon Berry Shewmaker visited her parents near HarrodsburgV part of last week There is a number of our citizens going f to have telephones put into their residences which will be of great benefit to the community especial to our business Mackville is on a boom and there is a great deal of business transacted here Died at the home of his son Mr Mike Noel of heart dropsey we lost an honorable citiien Funeral services were held last Wednesday at Deep Creek church and interment occurred in the cemetery at that place Bedford Graves a Monroe county farmer was killed by a mules kick WANTED 3000 Fat TurkeysF- OR f i THANKSGIVING TRADE t None but good turkeys will be received Highest Cash Prices Paid f SPRWGFIE1O POULTRY CO z J I MJH JONES ting t o it I Tt t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 Meats= I Below we a sort of L f jfwantRoast I Steak I Pork Roast J r jjFreshMutton Roast Mutton Chops Veal Veal RoastIVealCuiletts iPickled Pig Feel 1- PicVisd I IBsakfastMince Meat 1 ThursdayOysters I CARPENTERS peat Market I Local l News Notes A Frankfort paper claims that there is cannel coal in Anderson county near Alton Anew lot of Ladies Misses and Childrens hats at reduced prices at Mrs Williams See my line of furs before buying elsewhere It will pay you 9 MRS WILLIAMS Mr Pen F Towson one of Lawrence burgs oldest citizens died while on a visit to his son in Tennessee A 20000 bond issue for the purpose e of constructing sewers in Lebanon was defeated at the recent election Brother Anthoney of St Rose sol seven head of cattle last week to Yan key Montgomery Company Mrs Clara Royalty was married to Mr Roland Curd at Harrodsburg last week This is Mrs Royaltys fourth time oer matrimonial seas The house and lot and vacant lot ad joining of Sydney Green deceased also some houseeold furniture will be sold in Springfield Saturday Nov See ad in this issue NEW TsWe will have a nice line of readytowear hats in a few days will arrive by Friday or Saturday These hats will be sold at a very low Many nice hats as low as SI Peach THE KNOTT Co The first quarterly meeting for Springfield charge was held yesterdayI and today at Mays new Presiding Elder Rev S G Shelly preached and held quarterly conference The pastor Rev Lyon was presenti MARRIED Mr Richard Snider and Miss Mattie Williams were married at the Walton Hotel in Springfield la Saturday Rev Lyons of the Metho dist church officiating The bride and groom reside in the neighborhood vinlBLOOD PorsONINGrP is suffering from atrack of blood pots oning as a result of sticking a nail in back of his hand one day last week His condition at present is not thought to be dangerous although he is suffering intensely ILOSTIf the party that found a r fur gauntlet between my home and my office will let me know his ad dress I wills him the mate to it Or if perchance he did not know the glove I will satisfactorily reward him if he will return it to me Resptly J H LAMJ HIP BROKEN On Tuesday of last week Mrs Jno AT Tucker near Fred erickstown dell and broke her left hip near the joint Notwithstanding her advancedage she is doing well and it is thought will recover NOTICE TEACHERS State Superin tendant Fuqua found it impossible to send money for teachers in time to be paid last Saturday the llth However the money will be received by County Kuperintendant Bush in time for pay ment next Saturday the 18th BE CAREFUL rIf You are going to hunt this season handle your shotgun with cape Mr Thomas Hawkins who lives on the Mackville pike came near being killed yesterday He dropped his shotgun ana is went off and the load passed up beside his face tearing off the rim of his hat puriThe cattle averaged 1375 pounds anjd Were bought at 4cents This cattle firm has been dping a large business in Washington and adjoining counties during the past summer and this fall Farmers are anxious to sell to these men because they know they are going to be given a fair deal Swiss COLOvTbr J H Maddox who is in New York City for the Shelby County Colonization Company writes that he feels confidentthat he will be able to get a number of Swiss and Ger man people to come to this county says the Shelbyville News He says that splendid young men from twentyone to twenty five years 6f age have expressed inIA protracted meeting which prpm ises to be of unusual interest is to be commenced at the Harrodsburg Chris meetdBrooks and his brother XChe Harrods burg Democrat says that they have recently closed a meetingat Columbia Mo with 2f7 aditions to the church and that they have never conductedd a meeting with less than lOO additions LOST DOGOn last Sunday morninI my birddog left home aridsin time I have been unable to find him andabrown and white spots I turned him loose about the time services at the Catholic church were over and it may Indirina1jj ISpljngfield VUD TURKEYS esterday morning ingIfl on they I and quite a number of them looped themselves to the roof of the tour house After considerable coaxing an a tossing of stories etc it was found that the turks would not come down tand thats where the fun came in Rifles and shotguns were brought into use and after sixtysix shots had been fired fourteen turkeys succumbed NOT WANTED Several Uncle Torn Cabin Shows arfi exhibiting over the State says the Shelbyville News arid we desire to congratulate the managers of the local play house in the good judg meet they display in declining to book a Tom show in Shelbyville In Le x el el1 elI w 0t0 a J Public SaleOf RESIDENCE OF Sidney Green DecdS- aturJNovembe251905 We will on the above date at 2 oclock p m Jffer for sale to the highest bidder the beautiful new 10room residence located on the south side of east Main street in the town of Springfield Ky This is one of the most desirable homes in Springfield being new and uptodate in every respect Mr Green had it built under his own supervision and using nothing but the very best material that money could buy has bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights all over the house a splendid cellar large front and back porches 6 large closets and china cabinet stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new iron has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location near trraded school and a place that is complete in every respect l1t the same we will offer for sale the lot adjoining this property fronting on Main street 60 feet and running back about 225 feet to the branch We will also sell a lot of household furniture Sale will take place at the house Terms made known day of sale For further information call on Dr address C A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs Sidney Green deceased far4SIS1SISSISSIS ee el e ee e IIle rT y r ington the ladies of the IT D C are u in arms over the announcement of an Uncle Toms Cabin show at the opera house and they have issued an address requesting all good citizens to decline to patronize the attraction rMARRIED The Marion Falcon says Basil Pay ton who is known in this ounty as collector for the Wrought Iron Range Co and Mrs Malissa Green of Washington county boarded the afternoon train hero Wednesday for Louisville where they were married that evening at the home of Dr Jim Purdom a brother of the bride After the ceremony they left for the home of TIlebrideand has many friends who wish her a happy married life THAT FIRE SCREENHave you ever thought about that fire screen for theKopen grate The Sun has called your attention to this master more than once it will be too late after the little bloneburg Herald says The tv0yearrold child of Jenkins who lives at the race trackwas fatally burned yesterday afternoon Its clothing caught from the grate and burned off and its shoes were burning when help reached it Dr Iioraca therspoon was hur riedly called and did all that was possi ble to alleviate the childs suffering THE GRAND JURY After being in session fourteen days the grand jury returned fortynine indictments and Adjourned on last Friday The indictments returned are for the following offenses Carrying concealed deadly weapons perjury 2 malicious cutting and shooting 3 pointing pistol at another 2 forgery 1 suffering gam ing on premises 2 shooting on high way 2 leasing premises for gaming 1 failure to blow tdisturbinging 3 breach of peace 14 injuring personal property 1 adultery 2 work ing onSunday 1 WATCH YOUR DocThis is the seai son when the birddogthief is abroad in the land and youd better keep anIeye on Towser The Danville Advocate thus advises Those owning birddogs that are broken and known to be good in the field had better take warning and chain them until the hunting season begins Already two fine Jogs have disappeared mysteriously a poin tel belonging to Dr D S Kincaid and a fine setter owned by Mr Fox Cold well A fineIo king setter dog wan dercd to the home of Mr Hubert McI Goodwin this morning antl appeared tof have been lost Mr McGoodwin said theIcan not be located in DanvilleI nD i ctecte s C s I Personal Notes iRoundQ Personal News 0- aeDDOQ OoooO tr Lebanodn LlIrsJ R Ro Bards was m Lebanon M onday Mr M II Jones was in Bloomfield Monday f bliss Margaret Litsoy is in Lebanon this week rMrs J W Lewis is visiting friends m Louisville Mr Glen C Wood was in Bards town SundaytJ W Kelly wnJat Saint Marys the first of the tucekV btrF M Edwards of Lebanon i here on businessV Mrs J C Talbottvisited relatives s in Lebanon last week Mr P R Bright of Chaplin was in Springfield Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lum Abel and children spent Sunday in Lebanon Miss Florence Hamilton of Freder ich town was here Tuesday Messrs J J McCabe and J L Searcy were in Lebanon Sunday Mrs Miles Osbourne who residesI near St Rose is ilkof pneumonia Miss Alethaire Medley is visiting friends in Louisville this week Mr J I Wimsatt is at home of t a business trip through the East Miss Blanche Carrico of Hawards town is visiting Miss Bertha Tong Mr Frank Lewis of Louisville visited friends here the first of the week Rev Father Holleran of Louisville visited Rev PF Hennesy this week Misses Henrietta Spalding and Mollie Jar oe of Lebanon were here Sun day t MlWi11 Reidel of Taylorsville visited his brolher J W Reidel Sunday Wass of Louisville is MlJolm here m interest of the Telephone COm- pany i Misses Lydia and Hallie Huston of Maud arevisiting their Uncle H D Stiles v E Hemp a1i family of Louis ville are visiting the family ofJ F Greene Messrs John Spalding Richard and R H Edelen of Bardstownwere here Sunday Hon W D Claybrooke and Superin tendent J W Bush were in Louisville yesterday Miss Willie Knott is in Louisville where she is selecting a new line of millinery daughterLouiselorsville Mr VB Fowler of Henderson y is visiting his brother H F Fow ler at this place daughterisshere lust week Judge I H Thurman and Mr Jas Waters are in Adair county on a hunting expedition Miss Emma Leachman has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Dr Deboes home Miss Martha Reidelof Taylorsville spent several days with Mrs J W Reidel last week Campbellsburghas ples Deposit Bank Dr J B Robarbs has returned home after a visit to his parents of Hendersonville N C A little 18monthsold child of Mr and Mrs R B Cregor near Pleasant Run is veryil1of pneumonia Mrs J R Claybrooke has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs John Offutt of Bloomfield Mrs T R Hardesty has retnrned home from Lebanon She was accom panied home by her mother Mrs Lan hamMrs R A McElroy entertained at euchre last Friday afternoon The prizes were won by Mrs G C Whar ton and Miss Katherine Cain Mrs J W Kelley and son Richard have returned home from Saint Marys Kansas where the latter has recovered from a spell of typhoid fever Misses Lorinda Pettus and Fannie Thompson who had been visiting at the home of Mr J F Pettus have returned to their home at Lancaster Mrs W S Clarkson has returned from Anna Ills where she was called iy the death of an aupfe She was accompanies home by her mother Mrs Cecilia C McKenny jvffb will s1end the winter here Mr R A Crouch of near WIns burg was in town y terday He has recently returned from a trip to his old home in Nicholas qoupty Mr Crouch moved to this county with his father in sla MdNTIRE Mr William Wheatley oT Kansas City Mo is visiting his mother Mrs Bettie Wheatlev Mr T K McliiUre of Kerman Mo after a short visit to his brother and sisters here has returned home Mr Robert Wayne of Lebanon visited his sister Mrs J B Ensor on Saturday and Sunday Messrs P A Mclntire and T EI Ballard made a trip to Gethsemane one day last week Miss Flora Keene was the guest of Miss Alma Orkies on Sunday Mr J C Ensor and Miss Susie HopesMr Martin Osborn of Daviess county is visiting Jtill parents Mr and Mrs Miles 0sborn Missel Mary and Annie Elliott at tended the box party at Blincoe ont SaturdayJ bought of Jenie Hill one sow and pigs for 1325 T E Ballard bought of Monroe Cecil eight hogs at 1J cents per hundred Twyman Keene bought of J R Kejly one sow and pigs at 11 Mrs FranK Willett and Miss Bettie OBryan were called to thE bedside of their sister Nettie OBryan who is quite sick at the home of her cousin MrG W Mclntire of Fredericks town erMrs W J Smith Is very sick at her home near here The bans of matrimony were pub lished at St Rose on last Sunday between Mr Michel Shanahan and Miss Prudie Nally Mr Albert Brent of Botland was here Sunday W H Pedigo of Glasgow Ky who was pushsd from a streetcar Wednesday night and suffered a fractured skull died William R Hearst offers 27000 for the conviction of the first Tammany man for election crookednes I TheI3ig Store SpecialFOR SATURDAY NEXT VV iY HOOSIER CO TTON 5c per yd SOLD ONLY FOR CASH AT THIS PRICE AND NOT OVER 1rYARDS TO EACH CUSTOMER Special Prices on Ladies Cloaks Suits Skirts stockinColgates Turkish Bath Soap 4 CENTS THE CAKE ayIWe are showing a great line of DRESS GOODS and TRIMMINGSrAsk to see the BROAD CLOTH we are selling at a PRICE 91OO Per Yd 1 Beautiful stock of GREY WOOLENS to 2 per IJNDERWEAII d WINTER Our stock of winter underwear is complete We wilt to call your attention to our splendid values in our ladies underwear at 25c and 5Oc a Garment jThey are warmly flleeced and extra well finished Women and Misses Union Suits 25c 50c 75c SI We would like to shov yOU the best mens heavy fleeced shirts and drawers on the mar ket each For ore 50c SOc IThis 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 t Robertson Bros n The Big StoreS i r TTLTJLLTTLiILTT A Trustworthy Drug Store In nothing can the public be fooled moreeasily t than in the quality of pure drugs Even the druggists are sometimes fooled However you can depend upon getting ther right quality of everything here We spend time care and money to make sure that our drugs are right and we guarantee their quality We want this to be known as a store in which you can be confident of getting I Purest Drugs Scientific CII llrfRcisinabli Prices Red + Drug is StoreSMOCK I HAYDOM PIPllEiHS 3 t w IISPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER I 1905 You Must 1V SleepSIf you cannot it is due to an irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de yelope into nervous prostration- Nature demands sleep and it is as important as food it is a part of her building and sustaining process This period ofunconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical strain arid allows nature to restore ex s hausted vitality i Dr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because it55 soothes the irritation tlndre moves the congestion It is also a nerve builder it nourishes and strengthens every nerve in your body and creates energy in all the organs Nothing will give strength and vitality as surely and quickly as Dr MilesNervine During he past winter I had two Attacks of Laurippe which left me I very weak and in bad condition I Tras so nervous I could not sleep My wIfe after trying different remedies went for a doctor The doctor was DrSa bottle Iliad not slept for sometime and had terrlBle pains in my head After taking a few doses of Xervino the pain was not so severe and I slept I am now taking the second bottle and am verr much Improved HENRY M SMITH Underhill Vt Dr Miles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your moneyVMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind OOoooeoo oeoe oeo eQeQQ eQeQQeaeQeo oeO What will Y- ouREAD THISr WINTER You will- SaveMoney 1 Ry selecting iourVr dingJ matter from The Suns Club bing list THESUN ANDVBoth pa- perelyr Bryans Commoner175We- ekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Heral9 125 Nashville American 150 Weekly Cincjnnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe- Democrat 175 1751HomeAgriculturist175American American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country GentlemanV 200 Farm and Fireside STI 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH s LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70V The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe EveningPost Address The Sun Springfield Ky cceacaeaaoaaaaaaaoaao0oaooaoooeoe9aoaoa90 use MARKS STIX CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers CI lIistWllr Int 5 EC BOO05 VV5V 4VVV 1 ole NonsenseIv Now land Then Is Relished By the Most of Menlij j lum Hicks DId the lecture you gave your wife on 4ecouomy have any effect on her Wicks Yen yes shes economical with her smilesnow Brownings Mug azinoV Wanted Recognition It was quiet in the bllice of the Carnegie hero fund committee Nobody had rescued anybody from drowning nobody had torn off a red petticoat and flagged a train tiurtiiug dii to destruction with Its freight of human lives no one had leaped lutcca- burning building to save the imperiled ones within There was nothing doing Not a Bound could be heard save the interest mechanically adding itself up Suddenly but softly came through the door a fat man You the boss hereV I jvin in charge here J responded the attendant I waist a medal and a slice of the fund 2 Yes sir On what grounds Saved a whole community from yel low fever Whats the name of this mosquito that carries the germsV Stegomyia fasclata Thats it I was sitting on the hotel veranda and one of them Soot on me only one that ever struck the town Smash I swatted him Look there And the clerk after Inspecting the re mains of the mosquito on the mans cheek pinned on the medal and filled out a check Chicago Tribune IVent the Limit My wife weut shopping today and she had exactly 3219 when she start ed outVHow are you so sure she had jut that much Because when she came back she told me that was the amount she hall spent Philadelphia Press A Hot One For John The wor cauterize explained the tachermeniis to burn suddenly and severely Julius Green you may givetIS a sentence containing the word cauterize used in its full meaning Julius cogitated for a moment then said Marys glnuces Scorched Jolm when he cauterize Judce A Matter of Ficrurcx = == l augbter thought saw the duke conic in Where Is be Father lie has just lind an Inter view with me and at present be Is In the library trying to ligure out whether he loves you or not USES FOR CHEESE Many Ways In Which Thin Excellent Foojl May Be Sered Cheese may well be used as a substitute for meat and Is served both uncooked and cooked The commonest way of using cheese Is as layers In other dishes with r which the cheese fin vor fs harmonious When the cheese mixed all through the dish in this way au grain is the phrase used to describe It and potatoes cauliflower cabbage and other vegetables are de licious prepared in this way which Is in reality just a plain scallop with cheese added Cheese is also an almost IndIspensa- ble ingredient of all tomato and maca roni paste dishes Many people use a layer of grated cheese on the top of a variety of baked dishes letting it take the place of a final layer of crumbs As cheese should only be cooked long enough on top of a dish to melt and perhaps slightly brown it it Is to wait until the dish Is almost betterI before sprinkling on the cheese or to put jt on aftertaking from the oven says the Cleveland Leaders Left unheated except by the warmtJi of the dish it will retain more of tile cheese flavor and this is the way itIs usually served In Italy where the Iflea of using grated chees In this way Orig inated The cheese layer can be brown r Vhen the Worm Turn Do you know how wrong it is to catch fish on SundayS anyTatlerVni Sure of ItV Xo ma doesnt need a mop said little Johnny to the man at the door How do you know asked the agent Because said Jobnny she wipes the floor wIth meDetrolt Free Him Press or Anybody Else Nell Yes Miss Passay Is engaged to MrV Hoamley It was quite sudden She told me she never expected to marry him butVBelle She might have left ofIthe word him and still be telling the truth Philadelphia LedgerV Cause and Effect Charley boy seems very dull and stu I pid lately Yes he says he has something Im portant on his mind J That accounts for it The poor thing undoubtedly Is crushed San Fran cisco Call J GoodncHH Mamma He has no vices of any kind His character is flawless Why dont you accept him DaughterBut mamma It would be so uninteresting to marry a man that Lifegood Brooklyn An Aged Inlraur wish madam you would not Interrupt me every time I try to say something Do I ever break in when youre trilldngr No you brute you go to sleepj London Punch The Reason She What do you think of tblj new theory that all the angels belong to the masculine sex someIIStni AVorne z nigglnf You look worried eld man Wigghmmml am worried Hlgfrins Dont owe anybody money do ou2I but several people owe me A Conelnitlve Test How will 3011 estimate tbe carrying capacity of your flying macblno By the amount of stock It will float answered the practical Inventor Wasblngton Star Rnther Tnme ISheWaa the football game Interest Img FeNo It was as bloodless as n French duel Chicago News iHerb W Edwards InjuredI WEdwards of Des Moines Iowa got a fall on an icy walk last intcrsPfaining his wrist and bruising The next day he says they were so sore and stiff I was afraid I would have to stay in bed but 1 rubbed them well with Chamberlains Pain Balm and after a few applications all soreness had disappeared For sale by C J HaydonV ed quickly and nicely by means of salamamllerV HOUSEHOLD HINTS A flannel lVwet with kerosene oil ailremove fly specks from brass Polish with chamois When threading a needle in a dim light If tile thread is white bold it against a dark background if dark hold it against a light background J The label on a glass jar will keep clean and in place longer It fiasted on the inside Of course this only applies where dry materials are used such as rice etc For those troubled with roaches und water bugs borax burned on a shovel or old pie tin and sprinkled in their runways will induce them to leave their happy homes for good To revive a dying fire scatter over the embers a tablespoonful of granulated sugar Old corks should be saved for the same purpose and they are very useful to add to the wood employed for fire kindling When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets They are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect Sold byC J Haydon Subscribe for The Sun 100 year WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYA when you wnnt to have a job of work tone hnvo it done at homo If you go away fromhomc to buy or if you go away from home to havo work done nine tliuoaont or ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the homo mechanic At homo the merchant knows yon and will not misrepresent his goods to ouho Una known YQVfor years ho is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you1 be doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ovor bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having celvodditfercnt treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont coin up Pay your money out at home and It may comeback again but solid it to one of the big mull order houses and it will buy 2rcont clears fur some millionaire in a European home The Sun bogs to call the of Its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Vas1Iugion Bounty by honest and honor able mono When you want to make a purchase look our this list ahd select your store Ye will lie tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house FIR HAYDON BARBEIV i Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Qlassware Etc George BTaylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Jfvine McElroy VDenier Jn Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A SpecialtyVC C J Haydon f Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles N jIhcoming Trains Arrives Arrives at Bardstown ArriveSiat Bardstowh Junctn Leaves Louisville Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville 1 CORNS and out loosens the Tissues afree the the W five in her arm was use effected also for old sores the ON ALWAYS REFUSE ALL BY C tin It strange men are to that nil matters of practi cal the are necessary We h ver Job nor we how to be national housekeepers the housekeepers of the extend to public and the are a chance up a city carry- on a crusade against public and are and at once a new of be a In and JWhenmothers will find it a great will do the two slmjplf things ot the dresses a larger BROS Int It Goods Clothing Shoes Etc l tL 1 aganI Etc VE Leaciiman iDealerFurniture Musical Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing on Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers in pry Goods Clothing and Shoes McElroy Shultz- In Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed At Russell c Jeweler line Watches Clocks Etc Land Railroad Time Table Springfield Outgoing Sunyonly No 91 825 p m 735 650 600 Daily No 42 525 a m ti17 755 Daily No 43 p m a m 1ISuny No 90 715 a m 800 S 45u 935u 7Ou p m 55a 502u410 Daily NO44 120 p m 220u410 p 545 p m RHEUMATISM SPRAINSIACTTDC LUKC WOUNDS OLD SORES BUN CONTRACTIAN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation Pain TRATES the Pores Fibrous promotes circulation of Blofld giving Muscles jnatural elasticity 5 CURED OF PARALYSIS S Bailey P O Texas writes My j wie bad been suffering years with paralysis I persuaded to Snow Liniment a complete cure I have used it frost bites and skin eruptions It does work BEST LINIMENT EARTH ONCE TRIED USED SUBSTITUTES H THREE SIZES 25c SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COSTLOUISUSA SOLD AND RECOMMENDED J HAYDON Springfield Ky s Votunii Citizen Is how slow recognize In hygiene women shall have clean cities until they undertake the shall know good until private their hereditary functlpu needs duties Every time women given to clean dirty disgraces Immoralities they successful there Is order things There should womens civic club or city improvemdnt every American city tpwn American Medicine saving1 if following Make tbe neck bands little trifle than n1es c R03ERrSON Dealers Dry tV Beer Carpets Done Short Boots Dealers Fine Silverware 703u 1240 1100 only inV FOR CUTS drives True when which nation leagu they sarjv Wen draw very narrow tapes through and when making time sleeves cut them n little longer than required and sew two horizontal tucks below the elbow If this Is done as baby grows and his little arms lengthen the tucks can be let out and the string around his neck neeil not be tied so tightly In this way the little dresses will last much longer without being outgrown Grow In 7 Pita Children generally grow by fits and starts Sometimes what may be called a fit of growing Is ushered in by a slight feverish attack Rapid growth Is a groat strain on the constitution Plenty of nourishment plenty of sleep and plenty of play in the open air areI needed by children who are growing fast If they outgrow their strength it may be bard to recover It Overwork of time brain should be carefully guarded against when children are growing very quickly tV SS i Dr W F TrusyIPracticalV DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTubtf Dental work at reasonable c All work guaranteedI t Office over Haydon Barber I Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs B D LAKEInsurance AgentV SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life fire and Accident rI1b1Oandworld Your insurance solicited Dr J HjmPTONi OFFICE In Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR J C1 MUDD SPRINGFIELD KETuqKY omcE Co1 ainxHcs osca Office Hours 12 M to 2p ir Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stai Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSF t TELEPHONES k Day 49 7g ni 109 T SCOTT MAYESV i ATrYATLAWV Springfield Ky Dgtonandand Federal CourtsV C C McCflORD ATTYATLAW iSpKy Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW t Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts qt WaahZnton oZAppe W E ELECMAiN ATTYATLAW ISpringfieJd Ky 5 of Washhigton and adjoining ceuntles and in court offAppeals H E VALTERi ATTYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Cnllpctions a speciality Will practice adjoiningS M CAMPBELL L 4 AUCTIONEER TSpringfield speci4ltyWill able Phone Sla oeoeoeoeooeQeoeoeoeooaQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embilmirs Springfield Kentucky Phone 18iWe carry in stock a full toe of Burial Robes and CasketsV We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to jf show the people every kidness- f oeQa aaa a eaantg 4 Notice Taxpayers County and State taxes for 1905 are due and must be paid at once After December 1 penalty will be added All persons owing back taxes must settle or their property will be advertised for sale My term in office expires January 1 ad all butincM muat be sattled- tBxox CXOAKE S W C THE SPR1NGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEMBER 15 1905 7T A Treasure From the South Seas- y HOWARD FIELDING Copjrislitlo05 by Ohartes W Hoot e I llW IL TERRY would like to see you sir said tho office boy and then perceiving that the name conveyed no mean inS tohis chief he added Tinker Terry Thats what he saysTclJ Mr Austin its the Tinker Austin blinked at the boy with the ananner of one who Is waking from a dream and in fact he Laid been recalled from thoughts scarce nearer to reality than dreamland is Tinker Terry is dead said he slowly He was drowned two years ago last April In the middle of the Pa cific ocean 40 He looks it sir responded the boy with a timid grin Send him In said Austin Presently there appeared at the dodr of the private office a man who had Indeed been drowned Fathoms deep had he gone down amid the whirlpools of this world and the engulfing billows had sung in his ears r He was short of stature and of a tarred leanness his worn shiny black eIothesBung in folds and drooped as if they were wet a weather beaten hat was in his hand and the hair of his head was sleek on top like a swim mers falling over his ears in streaks of black and gray though the man was under thirty He closed the door hastily behind him and without waiting for a welcome drew a chair up to Austins desk and began to pour forth a wild Odyssey of the south seas He had a fiery gift of narrative style and Austins natural dread of what are called hard luck stories vanished in the inside of one minute His interest took hold upon the tale he followed It with eagerness even with envy for there lurked in him A great unsatisfied appetite for adventure l But what was the object of ail thisT he demanded when Terry paus ed What the deuce were you after out there Why were you so anxious 4toreach this Island of what do you callit Halenuisaid Terry Thats its name And now Ill show you what I was after He drew from his pocket a little met al box which had once contained wax matches but was now full of irregular fragments ofa yellowish white sub stance 1lke the dried root of some plant rIs my treasure said he I laced fifty deaths to get it and by jingo I succeeded Theres a ton of it stored In San Francisco hi my name A ton of It gasped Austin Oh I can get as much more as we need said Terry Eve made nil the arrangements But whats it for What can you do with it Terry nervously selected a bit of the root and put it into his mouth and v iBIs IS MY TBEASCKE throughout the subsequent conversa tion he chewed It as if it were his souls sustenance But he did not delay to answer Austins question Between them on the leaf of the desk he laid a book which had once been a handsome product of the printers art but was now battered and torn and shrunken with many wettings ustit recognized it for a volume of south sea sketches by an author so illustrious that hIs name must be suppressed in this affair Terry opened the book at a place where a leaf was folded and pointed to a passage that ran as fol lowsIt Is not In the nature of this worlds governance that an isle should be so blessed as Halcnui above all Its fel lows and not have an appropriate curse to balance the account This little land of plenty In the barren sea Is no safe residence for strangers It Is the ancestral home and present headquarters of the plague of rheumatism and though you shall have found yourself immune in every other corner of the earth here the Invisible rack of tor ture waits for you and within one week you shall be stretched upon It howling The natives indeed protect themselves by the use of a simple root Which grows in vast abundance some r r where in the interior Its secret is preserved from visitors anti from resident Whites as well These must buy from the chief whose is moderate considering the possibilities of extor tion which lie in such u monopoly As for tIle virtues of the remedy I can testify frompersoual experience An hour suffices for the cure and a handful of the root Will guarantee immunity from pain for many wcel sTi1e natives call It kanitu a coined word replacing an older name how out of use Terry had been following Austins eyes from line to line of the paragraph and nt the precise moment when the end was reached he cried What do you think of that Did you ever hear of such an indorsement How has this jewel lain so long buried 1 Man do you realize the worth of it Austin closed the book and for some seconds contemplated the authors name haX effaced upon the cover I love this man like a brother said he yet he was no physician Physician be Imaged exclaimed Terry impatiently hdrathcr have the patients word than the dpctors any day lie says he was cured Thats what the public wants to know Do you lneaii to say that youre going to try to put this stuff on the mar ketIAm I rejoined Terry ina sort of subdued shriek as Jie sprang to his feet Man do you fancy that I like tp be poor Is this my taste in the matter of attire Ha hat And besides ho added with a change of tone pathetic and absurdbesides I am in love Austin drew a deep breath and se mI ed about to say something serious Then he checked the utterance anti be gan to laugh silently and with increas lug enjoyment Terry sat down but was too nervous to sit still Whats the joke he demanded when he could restrain himself no longer Tm in love too responded Austin And her father has the rheumatism Marvelous coincidence Terrys eyes blazed You give him some of this said he If the man has any gratitude Its not a question of gratitude in terrupted Austin Its a matter of propriety My pecuniary situation does not warrant me in falling In love with a young lady who has been favored with all the advantages of wealth I am generally supposed to be a sharer in this fairly prosperous business but the fact is that I am only the salaried manager on a yearly contract I havent 10000 of my own in the world so there the end of it You put your 10000 into kanitu said Terry with dire earnestness and youll have two yearsHe suPPort nlfortunewithJn the most moving rguments but Austin was obdurate He would not risk his 10000 on kanitu nor would he con sent to experiment with that remedy in the case of the gentleman whom he dreamed of calling fatherinlaw This latter refusal Terry seemed to take harder than the other and he said it was downright heartless of Austin to deprive a sufferer of his only earthly hope Just tell me who he is and give me his address pleaded Terry and Ill make a new man of him Not for gold and precious stones said Austiiu And at this Terry abruptly toot his leave after heroically de dining u loan of money In the evening of the second day thereafter Austin called at the home of the queen of his heart and poll Kitinrri shown Into the drawing room found himself alone with her father MrJ Douglass Harland who was pacing floor and chewing as if for a wager theII How are you Austin he with amazing cordiality Glad to see you Bows your friend Mr Terry fAustin paused speechless and his gaze was so intcftt upon norlands jaw that it sufficed for a question Yes thats it said Harland kani tu By George sir this stuff is bear ens host gift to man You dont really believe that its done you any good fiejyesterday morning he added the train would have killed me My dear fellows Im going to chew this stuff nil the time Ini going to learn to chow it in my sleep You did me a gofld turn when you sent Terry to my office Hes When I did what lies a bright fellow In his way continued Harlaud not noting the terruption Hes got a good thing and he knows how to push it Of course r Understand Soul position Terry said that you couldnt go in deeper than 10000 and that you didnt think it was enough Your view of the matter as Terry disclosed it to me showed sound business sense It gave me a very favorable impression of your judgment As you told him the game ought to be pushed hard at the startI never authorized Terry Certainly not said Harland hastily You never authorized him to tell me all this but you know the nun lIes honest and simple hearted IS a child He just babbled the whole tory right out He said tifat you sav the merit of the thing as clear as possible and that It was wholly a questi n of capital with your But I didnt say Walt said Harland with an a pro priate gesture which Deemed to give him positive delight because it didnt hurt him Just grant me the floor for Ive got only one minute Mrs Harland and I are going out and the carriage is at the door This Is what I want to say Of course this kanitu business isnt bjg enough for me to give it my personal attention but If you want to drop in your little fon thousand and run the thing Ill put up the balance otI the capital whatever we nw flgure 4r out that it ought to be Well talk that over tomorrow Goodly for the pres CRt And lidshook hands vigorously and skipped away as lightlyas u boy Aus tin remained in a dazed condition from which lie was unable to emerge even in the presence of Colin Harland In his apartments hovsever and minder the calming influence of good to bacco ho was able to nualyzu the situa tion and he behld it in three branches First Terry Is the son of the father of lies but he meant to do me a kindness Shall I betray him and wreck his hopes Second Mr Harland has been stricken with the fortunate delusion that I HE CAUGHT XEHUY BY THE SHOULDERS am a good business man tlie only kind IIteUIIThiidIrthis game and he believes that It will win His opinion is worth two of mine To go into this with him andProve my ability under his eyes and drive this enterprise to success Is the short road to heaven on earth for me Shall t ever have such another chance Xo one will be in doubt about the decision which Austin tirade from the facts of the ease as stated under those three headings Within a week the partnership was formed the money banked the game begun Within a month there were indications of suc cess Terryia advertising matter had begun to appear and to excite phenom enal interest Within a year a flour ishing business Lad been built up And one cycling in his bachelor gnaw ters Austin announced his engagement J congrntulul1Ionsalmost beyond recognition and clothed tothe edge of fashion I tell you my son said Terry mansrdum theres the only motto And If any man has a right to bear it I have Youve never realized youve never understood what I went through Two years two years by jingo I struggled to reach that rascally island and never saw it Xo sir I was never within 500 miles of Never toICertainly that cruising I landed in Sun Francisco with only a sailors wages in my pocket and ray hopes no nearer than they hud been at the start What did I do Ikspalr Not much t could not get this confounded kanitu Very well said to myself that would not be 1101111 made the stuff Made Ie Yea sir Listen to me Ton years ago thcred boon a great rheumatism cure on the market but it Palled be cause the proprietors didnt knqw how to advertise Sow I knew how to advertise but I hadnt any cure Very heg1gcwith a kind of suiikeroot tutu discov ered that a little stick of it the size of u cigarette would sonic up near a table sporaiful of the Old Home Remedy and that the stuff worked better taken that way than out of time spoon By jingo It knocked rheumatism silly Austin strode across the room mind caught Terry by the shoulder with a grip hat nearly broke his hones Do you mean to tell me that I have bunkoed both the public and Douglass IlurlnudBunkoed cried Terry Why mnn youre u public benefactor Fro nJftst to lath have we heard o1 a single Case where our remedy has tt fled No sir we havent But Mr Harland row can I tell him I have cheated him I bare sto len Ills daughter My dear fellow Mr Hnrlautl knows all about ItJlIlS known from the sfart I had to tell him or he wouldnt como in If youve got to depend upon a cannibal elitef for these goods said be In ourHrst Interview youll get tuck Your supply Is beyond yCur control Its a fatal weakness Then I told him the truth Throats all right raid he but dont mention it to Austin Hes got one of those New England consciences They dbnt prevent men from going into games like this but they make them uncomfortable Hell do better work if he doesnt know So IyJb kept mum Me drew himself up to his full height offlive feet four inches and tapped hitnself proudly ui on the bosom of his sankibuAtls and lau 1ed eV- SRYSUNCFSLK THE BOYS DEN Suggestions That ainy Help UOwn cr In Mnkiufr It Attractive Often boys display much ingenuity and artistic taste in fltUiig up their dens with furniture and decorations from their own hands With the necessary carpentering tools a few pots of paint amifurniture state a few brushes etc the boy W show his room proudly to his illI and friends who in turn will be only much astonished but highly HELPS ran THE BOYS BOOM pleased with what he has accomplish ed there And often the furniture he builds is more serviceable TIS well as more artistic than the cheaply put together stuff that now floods the market and fllls the homes Besides this his- HdenIs characteristic of himself and be will feel a pride ih Its originality A few rough drawn designs for odd pieces to help furnish a boys den are given here In following them the young cabinetmaker will begin to discover points for improvement and gradually he will become his own designer as well as being skilled in the use of tools Xo 1 shows a convenient and artistic window bench with shelf for news pers etc It is made of any kind of wood the boy finds at hand and may be simply painted to match the color of the woodwork in the room or stained some pretty contrasting color Xo 21s an odd lilt of a table made with broomstick legs a barrel end for the top and a three cornered shelf Xo 3 Is a cross legged stool a nec essary acquisition in a boys den It paddedsent The Carrier flee You often have heard of carrier plI geons and the part they play In war but how many boys and girls ever heard of carrier bees These little hone gatherers have such a sense of direction tlmf thc can ali wjlysHy straight to their hives even from places they have never visited beforeWe mire told that a few years ago a beekeeper trained some of his insects as message carriers Knowing they will always fly home from any point in a range of four or five miles he tied tiny notes for his little daughters on the bees and set them loose in a totally unfamiliar place In a very short time they were back at their own hives message smith all Some people think bees might be made very useful in war times and even now experiments are being made to see Just how far and how directly they will ily Some Doll Most dolls are born In Thurhigla a province of Germans Thuringin is sometimes tailed puppet land on this account Almost the entire population Is employed making some parts of the coul1tr1InWits children sin the world nil countries having something which the little girl can rock to sleep and love That the American girls live dolls one has only to read that lagt year over 8000 000 worth of dollies clime into this country andnearly all of them from Thuriughi F CanuiulruuiN Why should n hpusekeepernever put the letter M Into her refrigerator Be cause it will change Ice into mice Why Is broad like the sun Because it rises from the yeastVWhat is the cheapest feature of the face Nostrils two for n scent cent What is the smallest room in the world Mushroom A Little Problem Taro anew find In a cellar an eight galloncask full of wine also an emp- t five gallon and an empty three gal lon cask They wish to measure out two lots of four gallons each How can tlie do itl Figure It out It is not so hnrdI Sappoae If your fingers grew out at your elbow And your toes sprouted out at your knee It your mouth was on top of your top knot How funny indeed that would bot And suppose that your nose went biT crojjswlse That your ears dangled down from your chin And your eyes looked out backward not forward A fine pickle you would be lnt- Washington iStar T TIME and TIDE MANI I James JE GravesTHE JEWELER 11 Cake Was Sufficient His WifeI put some poison on a piece of my angel cake and put It where the mice could get itHer Husband Whats the object His WifeI want to kill them Her HusbandBut why waste thb poison Chicago News In Doubt So you are really in society said the friend of earlier years- I wouldnt say for sure answered Mr Cumrox Nobody has ever approached me with any propositions to write up my past unless I paid to stop emnEvening Star One of a Few MadgeThis summer heroine you Just pointed out was in a drowning accident I presume MarorieGracious no That kind of a girl is a back number This one was In an auto when the express train hit it Town Topics Her Gentle Dig Mrs McSwottI think your friend Binks is an Idiot Mr McSwatt Youre not a very good Judge of men my dear Mrs McSwatt Thats true but I didnt think youd acknowledge It Cleveland Leader A Delicate Df you admire Yes answered Undertakingj I dislike unskilled takes far more mand of language for a person to say precisely what he means Evening Star Chamberlains Cough Remedy IThe Childrens Favorite CORES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough ThtareiaetlrU famous for its cures over a large part of tho clvillietl world It can oliraya be depended upon It contains no or other harmful dreg and may begiven uconfidently to a baby as to an adult Price 25 qty Large Size 50 eta CV 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 Mackville 2S0096Jacres on county road near Mackville improved 2000127 acres at Card well on pike well improved 2000 166 and 196 acres Washington county bargainsIland price 60 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 acreAnd many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWLNG Rpal Estate Agency Harrodsturg Ky eoeoeoooeooaooooc JOHN YMAYES Funeral Director rAndLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY f r Best Attention 4 Every courtsey shown h t Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 R I If you are behindhand in meeting your engagement itrisnt 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 osit 1rBank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS S Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VIcePr Ident J A Boolware Cashier Chas 3L iTcChord Asst Cashier H C Lee Geo D RobertsonW L Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOGGOOOOQOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOO aoaeaabaaananna IGT E FIR- STNational n Bank aw l OF i n SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY nn CAPITAL 50000 o Surplus and Undivided 5 Profits 25000 OFFICERS D 6 B L Litsey PresdentIe John W Lewis VicePresident G O A G 3IcElror Cashier e L B Cain Asst Cashier B E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS r B LLitsey J W Lewis CampbellR njiff Jno O PolioV a Wegranteveryfavorconsistentr ct f J not already an account with this J io we invite your patronage a O tta O gymooOOftfitQOQS OOOOGOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 9LEOHAYDCX8 HAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AYDx SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Wee Outfits For Traveling Men PHOSB is Looo YOUNEED1T ooooooooaoo SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufacturedby Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people whojhava been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is anew salve having bee on the market about one year and th 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS 7 Hodfenville Ky OOOCJr wUY i oocJI4 iF 111fIly Tim SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER rE190j r iH HI t Carriage Trimmi gtHarness Repairing SiddiiRapairing io +We are prepared to do work of this nature in the best an- dY most satisfactory manner Nothing but the best material eIused and satisfaction gUar teed 4+yr An old buggy top i4f TVldsaddle t comfortable a n ofd set of harness tmade strong + z That is what we guar- antee+ That is what you may + 4 Expect + Give us a trial 4ALLEN BEGEMAN 4j FENWICK As we havent heard from our newsy little village for some time will try and Jot down a few lines Farmers are having fine weather for gathering corn MrsT Julia Sutton is quite sick at present Mrs Burt Walston visited at Lebanon Sunday Mrs Willis Adams was in Springfield last Wednesday Mrs Squire Baker entertained quite anumber of her friends at dinner Sunday Mrs Mollie Thompson and children are visiting her mothe Mrs Diana Smith this weekVMr L R White isOn- Mrs the sick list Sallie Hall of Hardins Creek is visiting her mother Mte T J Simms this week vervnand everything passed of peaceably The store in our little village is darn alarge busines under the managjanent of our hustling merchants SanTord Lodgson and C W Oder The Sun is a welcome visitor in our home every week and your correspondent wishes it would rise higher and shine brighter in the future SPARROW Left From Last Week Mrs E O Cox and daughter Miss Gladys of Medesto Ill who have been visiting friends and relatives here for severalweeks returned home Monday Mrs S E Vowels is no letter at present Revs Allen and Lowen spefit Satur day afternoon with Mrs IS E Vowels Miss Jappa Barnett spent Saturday With her sister at Leathers store Mesdames Moore and Trent spent Thursday with the formers son W I p Moore at this place While taking honey one day last week Miss Jappa Barnett was severely stung Mrs Mary E Stewart spent last Tuesday with Mrs W C Cammack Miss Eliza Hahn was in Bloomfield one day last week shopping Quite a large crowd attended the teachers meeting at New Liberty last SaturdayWork begun last week on the Tience around the Fairmpunt cemetery JNo Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald oflNewthe entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from ChamberlainsChamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U S A The absence of all narcotics makes this remedy the safestand best that can be had and it is with a feeling of security that any mother can it to her little oees especiallycoughTIdon Gigantic Cnnnrtl Rudder giantCunandersClydebank and Wellseiid weigh seventy tons each When completed antI Uttqd the rudder stern frame and fcraeWts will welsh 220 tons 0 IIITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARA- NTEED4woRM REMEDY THE CrplDAEMS FAVORITE TONIC BtWAME OF IMITATIONS THE StNUINC BallardSnow Liniment Co IVST LOUia MO- v T JENSONTON Miss Ada Arnold spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents Mr and Mrs A W Arnold at this place Mrs Saran Elliott of this place visited her daughter Mrs John Good near Texas last week Thursday A W Arnold waS in Springfield MrHV Minor and wife of Gravel Switch were the guests of AV Arnold and wife Tuesday Mr Jas Boswell wife md children of Springfield visited hep and Mrs J C Campbell of this place one day last week Mr Willie Coyle and family visited Mr Clarence Coyle of Marion county Sunday The Sunday School at Beech Grove is wellattended Mr J J Isham and family visited Mr W M Russell and wife of Texas Saturday and Sunday Last Saturday the little sixyearold son of Mr W J Coyle met with a very painful accident While driving his fathers yoke of cattle and while going aniIover his forehead causing a very severe cut Two other boys on the wag on esapedtmhurt p The singing at Bio M D L Coca noughers was largely attended Sunday evening Miss Lettie Staton was the pleasant guest of Miss Maggie Arnold Sunday evening Miss Laura Milburn was the pleasant guest Saturday of her grandparents- Mr and Mrs J T Iilburn Miss Lillie Milburn was the guest of Miss Katie Isham Sunday Miss Ora Matherly and brother Tomie were guests of their grand- parentS Mr and Mrs Matherly Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Elisa Cox visited Mrs J J Isham Wednesday Prayer meeting was largely attendee Friday night at Beech Grove A W Arnold was in Lebanon Satur day on business J C Campbell is very ill at this writing with sore throat Mr Samie Bricken and wife o Marion county and Mrs Georg- Bricken of Lebanon were guests o Mrs Mary Isham and daughter of sacJRit Sunday and Sunday night They also speni Monday with Mr J W Isham Mrs A W Arnold and little daugh ter Ethel Were visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Kimberlin Sun dayTurkeys are scarce in our community upTheypeople to come1 out even Terrific Race With Death ueath was fast approaching writes Ralph F of Tampa withdeathasheart disease which had robbed me o sleep and of all interest in life I had tried different doctors and several medicines but got no benefit un til I began to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effort that in three days I felt like a new man and troublesGuaranteedStore price 50c Notice t Town taxes for 1905 are now due and must be paid The penalty will be added after December 1and if you extraexpenseceipt before that date C L PJUCE HOUSEHOLD HINTS Soap shavings or a small lump of yellow soap tucked Into a mouse hole prevents the reappearance of the mouse Put brown paper on the top of the wardrobes This is easily taken oft and shaken and prevents the ward robe becoming thick with dust A grease spot can be removed from leather by applying a little benzine It may make the surface dull but you can restore the polish with the white of an egg Ink stains on linen should be soaked out m milk and the sooner this is done the better for though wet ink comeS out readilyslt takes a good deal of soaking to remove It It it has been allowed to dry In When cleaning rugs or carpets man windydayaway the dust pounded out and de crease the amount of labor that would be necessary on a quiet day Benntr mid Attraction verydifferentmerely pretty woman comeofIa Sery poor second best to the plain tascinat- Ingone Of course magnetism and the mental qualities that full under the heads of tact vivacity and wit have much to do with the final fact of fas cination but It has also many other minor Ingredients powerful Among them Being femininity which Is In it perfumedeJJcacyion a careful coiffure and a hundred upItsLadles Pictorial fSubscribe for The Sun ILOO year 1 PUBLIC SALE OF Farmland Persona lty WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 htheI will o above date at my farm 5 miles north of Springfield near pike and threefourths of a mile from Pleasant Grove church and schoolhpuse offer for sale to the highest bidder the following fARM My farm of 121 acres This farm Js nearly all in grass 40 or 50 acres good dwellinghousebacco barn and all outbuild ings good well in yardand good spring on another part of place PERSONAL PROPERTY 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 10ungebpimo sewing machine side S andhar- ness 3 stands bees Sale begins at 10 oclocka m S M Campbell auctioneer Terms made of sale G H BALLARD HlLiSBORO Our school is progressing nicely un der the management of Miss Mayme H Merritt Those pupils who were successful in passing the examination and were enrolled on the roll of honor were Zora Montgomery Zelma Mcll voy Sarah Shields Judith Montgom ery Myrtie Armstrong Nellie Mcl voy Effie Coulter Annie Crooke Mat lie Crooke Raymond McIlvoy Norris Montgomery Taugh Godby Willie Clark and Creath Dean Miss Judith Montgomery spent Sun day with Miss Myrtie Armstrong The Misses Mayme Merritt and Hat tie Settle and Mr Joe Noel were the guests of the Misses Maude and Eva Inman Sunday frJ Dl Sutherland and wife visited SaturdayfsMessrs Oph Settle and Sam Crooke were in the Texas neighborhood Sun dayrThe Misses Montgomery spent Sun day with Mrs Annie Montgomery Messrs Hugh Mitt and Harry Leachman 15f Litsey and Ray Walls of Pleasant Grove spent Sunday with Mr Thomas Coulter Mr Perry Rubyi ajreF family of Chaplin spent Saturday night with the formers wifes parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Mr J M Shieldand family and Mr Perry Ruby and amily visited Mr and Mrs J A Court r Sunday withfMr B H Mcllvoy Mr F M Shewm iker is in Cincinnati visiting his son Ormsby who is learning the barbers trade Mr Sam Montgomery has rented the farm of J S Leachman and will take possession Christmas IMrs Annie Montgomery spent last evening with the Misses In man Mrs George Clark spent last Thurs day with Mrs Pearl Sutherland Mrs Mat Inman and daughters vis ited Mrs TW Sutherland last Friday evening ZP Leachman delivered a bunch of hogs to J S Yankey Go Monday Mr Clayton Stallings and wife of sSpringfield were in thisvicinity Satur dayVMr Bob Shewmaker and family of Fenwick spent Sunday with Mr John Shewmaker and wife Miss Sarah Shields sp mt last Thurs day night with Miss Judith Montgomery Mrs Emma Coulter visited Mesdames Emma Leachman and Annie Gpdby Thursday Mrs T J Trent and children spent Saturday with Mrs J A Coulter Miss Patience Crooke visited her father at this place several days last week When You Mave a Bad Coal You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but effect a perma nent cure- You want a remedy that will relieve easyYouact any tendency toward pneumonia You want a remedy that is pleasant and safe to take- Chamberlains Cough remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad stands without a peer For sale by C J Haydon Sale or Exchange Owner of a well improVed T20 acre hemp and tobacco farm in 6 miles of Harrodsburg offers same for sale at75 an acre and will take a Small improved good farm in Washington or some other county as part pay W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky Subscriber for The 100 year Si1nr y g FtVVj COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky Clara B R yalty admr of Geo B RoyaltyWillie Royalty and others Defend ants Equity 1virtue of a judgment and order oj sale of the Washington CIruit Court rendered at thq October term 1905 in shallproceeGto DECEMBER 2 1905 at 10 oclock a m or thereabout tc the highest and best bidder at auction upon a credit of six and twelvemonths the following described prop eriy towit 1 A certain tract of land situated ir Washington county Ky and bounder as follows Beginning at a falling re GeorgSatterlybuckeyes and white walnut corner tt L H Seay thence with Seay S 8 W 213 poles to white oak corner to J T Durr thence S 7GJ E 18 poles to white locust in a drain corner to Easen thence with Easen S 37 E22 to i willow oprosite the mouth of the drain poletowith same to the center of a road at tgate corner to Wesley Graham thence with same a straight line to a brand corner to same thence southerly with same to corner to same in line with W M Sanders thence easterly with San ders to the corner same thence with same northerly to the turnpike thenct with the said turnpike to the junctior of the Duganville pike thence wit center of same to the beginning Con taining 135 acres more or less except VesleyFor the purchase price the purchaser ui jjui iuiacio with approve st cuiibji bcarinlegalpaid and having the force and effect oi preparestoM G LEACHMAN 11 C W C C COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky W A Charley c Plff against Ethel Shewmaker c Defts Equity By virtue of a judgment and order o sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Octobor term thereof 1905 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on NOVEMBER 27 1905 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout be highestbidderof 6 and 13 months the following de scribed prdperty towit A house and lot situated in the town of Mackville Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Fronting on Main street thence with J A Clarks 4iner running north thence with same line running west to Rochester avenue thence with said avenue 0 street to the beginning uppiovedSeCUrityor of a judgment JSidderjs be re quired to comply With these termsM G LEACHMAN AL Co W C G COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky J E Mattingly Adm Etc Plff against George Iattinglc Defts Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term thereof 1905 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court in Springfield Ky on NOVEMBER 27 1905 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout be highestbiddQof 6 and 12 months the following described property towit A tract of land situated in the west em part of Washington County Ky and bounded on the north by lands of J E Mattingly east by the lands of Peter Graves and Chas Kelty on the south by lands of Young and Willis AlphonzoJohnsonFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bear ing legal interest from date of sale untie paid and haying the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C C Select the Brood Sow The only wily to be sure of raising the right kUul of pigs another year Is to select the breeding sows early food them properly breed them to the right kind of boars find give them good care throughout the season A little extra effort In this direction Is wen worth the attention of any farmer and Is one of the ways In which lie can make more by a Tittle good management than he could by many days of hard work Michigan Fancier Bent Lnml For Sheep The mutton breeds do better than the wool breeds on level land but all sheep like rolling or hilly land and none of marshypastures Training the Colt It Is a comparatively easy matter to train a horse to move promptly dud step quickly If you commence right when you first handle him jiAt ii D rv WflES t1PP1u amnc Dr Miles AntiPain Pills k Cure Headache Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also telieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci AguePainsdown pains Indigestion Dizziness Nervousness and Sleeplessness 4- 4- Id All Pain is Nerve Pain tinfluencek overexertion heat intense mental effort colds in digestion or any cause that depresses excites or agitates the nerves So sensitive are they that the least pressure or strain causes suffering By sooth in strengthening and quieting the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve the pain They are sold by druggists asc a box under m guarantee that the first box will benefit or monejt refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO ETTrnart Indo coLuMNfUnder tills Lead all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of ebnrsre advertisements of wheat corn oats and other waned1Landvery low rates GF Mayes Texas has for saI four shoats will weigh 75 pounds I have for sale a lot of fine bronze turkeys Toms S350 and hens S2 50 nETTlE SPAULDING F F Mudd Fredericktown has for sale white Leghorn roosters at 1 each Sprinfieldhas gootraderMiss Annie E Mclntire Mcintire turkeysCongerstrain 5250 JL Pardieu Springfield has for sale hay in any J T Johnston Frederickstown has for sale 14 head of highgrade cattle will weigh 1000 pounds each Mrs R A Mclntire R F Do2 turkeysThese MesdamesIJacksonand ers Orders taken now for Dec mber delivery Prices toms 350 hens 250 hasforBronze turkeys RA Thompson Fredenckstown Splendidc = She Would Know Is there a man named Blnkeboo living In this I ilinno nebborhoodIWell Ive this heat and the night watchman and the assessor and the grocer No boil j seems to know Walt a minute Is the man married No Is ho an ellsiWe sort of fellow Hes saul to he good looking and has a little nloney Just wait a minute and Ilgo In and ask my unmarried daughter Cleveland Plain Dealer In Real T4fe Is It very difficult to detort crime Inquired we of the detoctlve Oh no waS the reply Its dead easy If youse knows how And pray what Is the proper meth od asked we with thoughts of Sher lock Holmes Oh youse just stand In wit de news paper reporters Deyll tell yonsball about It if youse stand InChlcago Sun A Legal Light Mrs Gaddl shd think youd be worried about havln yr darter marry Mr Brief Hes a young lawyer an folks say hes as poor as a church mouse Mrs GabbYes hes poor now theres no denying that but hell be rich some day H6s an awful rascal Ny Weekly A Regular Customer Mrs WIgg looking at the hearse which Is about to take her fifth to We last resting placelBut I didnt order nil these expensive plumes UndertakerNo mum We throw those in on consideration of your being such a regular customer Mrs WIgg TltBHs I VV VVi TheVVV Illinois Centtat eVRailroad Offers extremely low round trip rates to points m Mississippi and Louis ORLEANSI Low RouudTrip Rates To points in ARKANSAS INDIAN TERRITORY QKLAHuMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each montheCheap excursion rates to HOT SPRINGS ARK via Memphis Only exJ MEXI D and TEXAS Farming In The South The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company is issuing monthly circulars concerning Fruit Growing Vegetable Gardening Stock Raising Dairying etcjjjtthe States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every far mer or housekeeper who will forward his name and address to the undersigned will be mailed free circulars Nos1 to 11 inclusive For rates tickets etc apply theres nearest railroad agent or address F W HARLQW D P A LouisvtUe Ky r SpringfiiU Market Bacon Ha=as15c Sides 12Kc Beeswax 24c per pound Bntter 15c to 20c per pound Chickens Hens 60 SprinjcTc Dried apples 5o perpound Ducks per pound Corn a17oo to SOo per busheL Eggs21c pear dozen Feathers45o per pound Flour 20OIb GinseUIt7JiO per pound Orafn WTieat own fifty Oat HidesGreen 9Kc to 1014c o Lard 12Ko per pound Ume to SLoo perbarreLrMill products Bran JLoo ahlpstaff 3L5O per 110 pounds Potatoes Country OOc i1tL15 rTurkeys per pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and Brea3ja foj clewroC grease 20c tub Washed 28CI Country Sorghumt5cto SOc Geese COcapelce v Onion 11 A drunken man burnedf hmwiK te death in the county jaiat Neintf iN J r 1 rr f