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T mbt rinflth UttDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J IVOLUME I f 3 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 i 5NYMIeR LAST APPEAL Wade to Burley Tobacco Grow ersControl of Crop Sought Lexington Ky Nov 15The Ohio andKentucky Burley Tobacco Grow ers Company which was organized about a month ago for the purpose of securing better prices for the kind of tobacco which they raise issued today from its main office at Cincinnati and its branch office here a final appeal to the growers In this appeal it is stated a that enough contracts are not signed by November 25 to guarantee control of the crop the organization will be abandoned and those who have signed or taken stock in the enterprise will be released from their obligations An optionforten days is what the mana gers of the organization ask of the prob ducersThe managers of the branch office here state that reports from the Louis vile and Cincinnati markets show a decline of nearly onethird from the prices realized iast year Archi ld Hamilton of the fiorganizationstoday tHat if the organization can sucE ceed in getting control of this years crop it is believed that it can raise the price from five to ten cents a pound on white Burley wInch he estimates will give the growers of the forty counties which produce this kind of tobacco a profit of 8000000 over what they would otherwise receiveVt At the organization of the company here about a month ago Archibald Stuart of Cincinnati was elected president and is now at the head of its forces The following circular letter has been issued to Burley tobacco growers 4The time has come for you to decide two tpgsfirst the sale of yoUr crop of tobacco second the complete or ganization of the Burley Company In j signing Contract A you do these two things You put your organization on a solid basis strong enough to protect you not only this year but for years to come and to get a much better price for your tobacco than you can get from any one else or in any other way Contract A is now ready The prices are fair and liberal If you ever intend j to stand up for your rights as a Burley grower now is your time there is no time for del yIThe pay for your crop 75 per cent in cash and 25 per cent in the preferred stockl of this ct pant a dividend of cent being guaranteed out of the first earnings of the company before anyone else is paid out of profits If you do your duty and stand by c this company this 25 per cent of stock that you take will be very valuable What you should do at once is to read Contract A over carefully and any do not understand go at once chairandman of the Burle y Growers Company to explain He will edo it fully and clearly then if you do not sign the contract remember you are standing in with the trust to defeat your own interest and if your determined toI do that no power on earth can save you But if you want to really help yourself get a clear understanding of this contract and sign it We have neither time nor money to employ five hundred men all over the Burley dis trict to labor with you for ten or fifteen days begging you to do something for yourself Here is the opportunity If you do not grasp it there is no law to compel you but remember if you are not for us you are against us There is no possible way you can be hurt in signing the contract If this company does not comply with the contract on the date named you are at perfect lib certyyou arenotdam one do not sign the responsibility rests with you Yours truly KENTUCKY OHIO BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS Co Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is sav by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross a cough hangs on so feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure itZ T Gray of Ga writes My wif had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake Two physicians could not her so she took Dr Kings New Discovery for sumption Coughs and Colds whic eased her cough her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At- C J drug store price 50c and 1100 guaranteed Trial bottle freeVVt- DISTRESSING Accident Results in Death of Little Daughter of Mr = JT Burdett Lebanon Enterprise One of the most distressing accidents that has occurred in this county for years hap pened at the home of Mr and Mrs John T Bufrdett on the Miller pike about five miles from Lebanon Wed nesday afternoon and resulted in the death of their threeyearold daughter Georgie Cleo At a time when the little one was in room with no one other than a baby one year old her clothing caught fire from the grateAHer screams brought her mother from an adjoining room but the child was a mass of flames sucIceededburned that death relieved her at 6 oclock thiee hours after the accident had occurred Mrs Bur detts hands were badly burned as a result of her heroic efforts to save the childs life Her clothing too caught fire but the old negro cook who fol lowed her into the room put out there while the mother was trying to the flames on her daughters clothingIt not known just how the childs clothing became ignited The baby was on the floor immediately in front of the fire and it is supposed she attempted to pass between the fire and thechild on the floor Death of Mrs Osbourne J Mrs Miles Osbourne one of the countys most loved and honored women died at her home in the St Rose neighborhood last Friday fterj noon of pneumonia Mrs Osbourne was a devout member of the Catholic church and there are few women who were more admired and loved than was she She was gentle and kind and her acquaintances soon became her stanch friendsMrs Osbourne was a Miss Hamilton and before her marriage resided in Marion county She was in her sixty third ear and since she was married had lived in Washington county Besides a husband Mrs Osbourne leaves seven children two brothers and three sisters to mourn her death To these orrowing ones hundreds of friends ex end condolence The funeral and interment occurred at St Rose Sunday As an evidence of the esteem in which good woman was held one of the largest crowds that ever attended a funeral at St Rose was in attendance Clings to Infidel BelietI Lexington Ky November 19In yesterdays issu dof the Bluegrass Blade of which C C Moore is editor and who is now very ill a vigorous denial is made of the report that the noted infidel had recanted and rejoined the Church of the Discioles of which he was once a minister It had been published in a local paper that Evan gelist James Small who is holding a meeting at the Broadway Christian church has stated that Mr Moore had returned to the church which Mr Small denied MT ZION Mr John Hood was in Springfield last Saturday Mrs Ben Cull entertained at dinner last Tuesday Mesdames Kate Williams Mattie Banney and Mollie Williams Mrs Di B Sutherland and daugh ters Misses Eva and Gracie spent Saturday Sunday in Louisville Rosco SStT mUd visited in Chaplin Saturday and Sunday Mrs R M Graham of Louisville is visiting her father Mr J B Hays Mrs Graham and sister attended the entertainment given by Miss Eleanor Hays at Bloomfield Saturday evening Mrs K Williams spent Monday in Springfielm Fridayedo Chaplin Fork Mr Ezre Goodlett and wife who removede to they will go to housekeeping Mr J B Williams of Midway was afternoonha met with a very painful accident Fri day morning While swinging to the side of a loaded wagon he fell and the wagon passed over his bodyserious in juries are not thought to j VV1VV THE CAPITALIST t I always Buy at the lollipop shop On the very first day of spring A bag of warbles a spinning top stringI St Nicholas REVO LUJ ION Has Been Wrought in the Con t science of Men GovFolks Message to the People of the United States Kansas City Mo Nov 16Gov Folk and Edward Rosewater editor of the omaha Bee were the guests of honor at the monthly dinner here tonight ofe Knife and Fork Club Gov F61kin the course of his speech said The next few years will be distinguished as the time in which industrial troubles are settled the reign of special privileges brought to an end the recognition of the doctrine of equal rights in national politics and in the conscience of mankind We are in the midst of tie most dramatic period of American history the period in which the peoples rights are to be defined and observed as they never have been before There have been great reform movements in the days gone by but they were local the vampires of graft were driven away and remained but a season and then returned after the waves of public indignation had spent their fury The present day presents situation of brighter promise of our vision Reform shows signs of becom ing universal instead of local and tran sitory Will it last is the question Will not the people soon forget and allow things to continue in the same old way y I answer no Revolutions never g o backward and this is revolution that has been wrought in the conscience of menThe present movement Gov Folk said did not mean the destruction but rather the putting of the organization of political parties on a higher plane American Horses for Japan Louisville Herald A tip for horse breeders in Kentucky is offered by Con sular reports from Japan The American horse is in much demand there The Japanese horse is an undersized beast fourteen hands high The Jap horse is utterly unequal to the demands made upon him All the horses ser viceable to any extent for war pur- pOses Were impressed in the last con test There is thus a widespread de JapanKentuckyworld Representatives of the Japan ese Government have already thixState Some good horses have been already purchased here for stud purposes by the Government but i will be a long time before the general demand for horses in Japan can thus t be supplied For farming and for hailing purposes the need is very ur gent and the American horse can fill the bill better than any other animal of that class- Kentucky should work up a sPlen- didly paying trade with the Oriental empire The Kentucky horse is a con quering beast Easily the best of his kind the Kentucky horses will once given a foothold drive all competitors out of the field in Asia A Farm For Sale 11 r I desire to dell my farm known as the Jno SMcElroy farts situated one mile from town on the Willisburg pike It contains 102 acres and is the best farm size considered in the county Has on it a large new tobacco barn three good tenant houses plenty of water orchard and in fact everything that goes to make up a firstclass farm LUTHER BURNS Death of Miss Boone Miss Annie C Boone aged twenty four years died at the home of her mother here this morning at 3 oclock after a brief illness of pneumonia The funeral will occur tomorrow at the Catholic church interment in St Domi nicscemetery Sympathy of the com munity is extended to the bereaved mother Entertainment at Fenwick On next Saturday night Nov 25 the young men of Fenwick will give an en tertainment at the Mayes school house It will be in the nature of a minstrel with grapophone and banjo music Mr Bert Fenwick will be one of the leading speakers Doors open at 7 oclock Admission lOc and 15c JENSONTON Miss Lura Bell Kimberlin of Texas spent Saturday night with Miss Ada Arnold Miss Georgie Cocanougher spent Sat urday night with Miss Lutisha Carpen tar Miss Georgie Cocanougher was in Stewart Thursday on business Mr G W Key sold to Elmer Yan key a horse for 75 Mr J W Perkins has received his line of Christmas goods Mr Obe Pope and father purchased of A W Arnold 100 acres of land for 1800e WiMiss Pearl Sparrow entertained a crowd of young people Saturday night at her home Louisvilleha position A CONDEMNED MAN LRobert L Metcalfe in The Commoner If I had ever believed in capital pun ishment I am sure that my observations at Corning Arkansas would have con verted me Being a correspondent in a neighboring town for the St Louis PostDispatch I was detailed to report the executioitof L Bent Taylor I arrived at Corning the night before the hanging tookplace and spent the nieht with the condemned man It was only natural that those experiences should make a marked impression upon one of my age yet subsequent experiences and observations have but confirmed my opposition to the infliction of the death penalty Physically ofmanbood Taylor was a fine specimen He did not look like an assassin Yet while he claimed that he was innocent of the particular crime for which he was to be executed he admitted that he had killed several men for which crimes he had not been called to account I do not mean to undertake givingrnight During all the long hoursand they were the longest that I have ever spentTaylor sat with the Bible in hiss andrclosely one may be drawn to a fellow being in a short tUne under such circumstances He did not expect to die He really believed that the Governor would reprieve him and every time the door was opened he looked up evidently ex expecting that the message had arrived I shall never forget the dawn of that day I was perhaps awaiting the lookedfor message as anxiously as was the convicted man himself Itwas at the first sight of sunshine that Tay lor settling himself comfortably in his chair said Well it will be here soon now And turning to me he added We wont have to worry much longer old fellowc Ten minutes later we found that there was no necessity for worrying much longer The fmessage came and it was the mere announcement that the Governor would not interfer and that the execution must proceed- It was plain that the condemned man like all others against whom the whole world seemed to turn was not averse to sympathy and perhaps for the first time in that many years of his illspent life he appreciated the com panionsnip of one who while finding no excuse for his crimes pitied him for hisI fate At his urgent invitation I rode beside him to the gallows Just before he died I bade him goodbye and hurried away to send my dispatches While I was greatly disturbed by the expert ences through which I had passed I was after all glad that I had received the assignment because there was then and is now ringing in my ears the words of that dying man who was strong and brave to the last Goodbye old fellow Im mighty glad you came You helped me a whole lot and youve been a good friend to me in these last hours I had only known the man for perhaps twentyfour hours but it seemed tolme likea lifetime and I did not doubt then as Idonotdoubt now whatwould nappenlshould It ever come topass that Ihad the power to save a human life I iThe time will yet come when civilized society will set itself squarely against the death penalty Men will yet be forced to admit as they must now know that If you take a sword and draw it1Ii An go stick a feller thru y Govment aint to answer for it Godll send the bill to you A Democratic Measure Bryans Commoner f During the Ohio campaign Senator Foraker saidleThe proposition to give the power of making rates to the interstate commerce com mission is a democratic measure It is in the democratic platform The republicans refused to put that plank in their platformThe of Ohio appear to have taken Senator Foraker at his word They have by an overwhelming ma jority endorsed the democratic measure Mrs August Scolise was burned to death and her husband fatally inj in a fire at their home at North Claren don Pa- James E Kern one of the bestknown hdas made a general assignment at Paris 3 q HUNTING PERILS M C Ford PataHy Shot by Son George Thomas S Buckner Duncan and Chas Reed Are Also Victims Owensboro Kyf Nov I5As a result of the opening of the hunting sea son in Kentucky today two men lie seriously wounded at their homes near the city M C Ford was standing in front of his young sons gun when the youth attempted to shoot at a rabbit The father received the contents of the gun in his abdomen There are fiftyseven holes in his bqdy and he will probably die George Thomas was walking along the road when he was shot down by Forest Miller who had missed a quail and the shot struck Thomas in the neck His condition is serious It is estimated that ten thousand birds were killed in this Daviess count today Bowling Green Ky Nov 15 While hunting quail this afternoon with H F Stovall near Rockfeld this county S Buckner Duncan of this city was ac- Cidentally shot The load from one barrel of Stovalls ga struck Mr Duncans right arm between the aHknr and shoulder and it maYbaveS W JfGeorge night received information i that sbrother Clarence formerly of this city but now of Paducah had a hand blown off by the accidental discharge of a gun while hunting near Dyersburg Tenn today- Owensboro Ky Nov 15A message from Hawesville says that An drew Keown aged fifteen years was found dead in the woods of Hancock county late this afternoon His discharged gun was at his side and there was a wound in his breast He was returning home when his gun was acre dentally discharged Mt Sterling Ky Nov 15ChatIee Reed aged thirteen went hunting and it is supposed accidentally shot himself He was found dead in a corn field with a shotgun by his side His faithful dog was keeping watch by the body Nortonville Ky November 18 Alvin Dillingham was fatally shgt this afternoon by the accidental discharge- of a shotgun DHIinghan was climbing a stump with the gun in his hand and slipped causing the gun to explode the entire charge entering his bowels NWICK- Farmers are about through gathering corn and tobacco stripping is all the go Mrs Fannie and Sallie Hall of Har dins Creek jge visiting their parents this week Mr and Mrs I J Sunnis We are going to have good roads now The overseers have quit the road scrapers and are hauling metal and gravel We believe this will be muck cheaper to the county and will also be the means of saving the poJirtiorse many hard pulls The little son of Mr and Mrs Bill Hardin was very ill Friday with membrane croup Several from this place attended the baptising at Bethleham Saturday even ingBorn to the wife of Creed Settles on the 9th a girL Miss Verna Rodgers visited her parents at this place Saturday and Sunday I hope all the correspondents will send in their letters as I delight im hearing from them Your correspondent took great pleas ure in reading The Suns little ser monAfter one read it they had to say that it was not so small after all We hope you may preach many seIIIlons- I Notice Taxpayers County andjState 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 ryured1 and all must BYRON CROAKS S W C Dispatches Sra Baltimore under date of November 5 say that that city tne visited by six well ctoteWwtli jifckM lLf THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 Keep Your Feet Dry Through the winter this is just as essential to good health as is dry powder to the success of the ar- myOur Felt Boots For Men and Boys Will unqnestionably keep your feet dry They are the best to be had and at the lowest prices Our stock of rubber goods is complete in every particular Full line of heavy shoes RainCoats We have a nice line of mens Rain coats and Mclntoshes which weare of fering at very low prices Special Prices We will make you a special low price on a matting now We have about fifteen rolls which we are very anxious to close out to make rooinfor other goods If you are needing a matting now is the time to buy Clothing Sales Have been large but we have kept up the reorderingMrand wf still have a complete line Grundy Mclntire Raising Good Horses r e Plenty of good advice Is to be beard and read with regard to the best methods of breeding for the production of horses that will bring a good price in the market or render efficient service on the farm or on the road but gener ally this advice stops far short of the point where the most good could be ac complished Of course it goes without saying that a good horse cannot be made from an III bred foal but It is Just as true that the best bred colt will 1notmake as good a horse as he might without the best of feed from the time of foaling until the age of maturity is reached d Too often the brood mares arework ed on short rations after the foal is dropped and after weaning the farmer las an idea that the colt can be roughed through the same as his young cattle and the result is that at one year of age the colt is about as well developed as It should have beeu at weaning time and no matter what the feed or care given during succeed ing years the result will be a small III developed horse of little commercial value and less satisfaction to the own erThe dairyman finds that the only time to Insure a well developed heifer Is before she drops her first calf and consequently he Is liberal with his feed at that time The sheep breeder knows that the only way to have large well developed Individuals Is to grow them while they are young The commercial feeder knows the value of early development and Is found to be willing to pay the extra price which animals with this advantage always bring In the market The horse breeder must also recognize this principle If he would make any money at the business The foal not only needs liberal feeding dur ing the fall and winter months but It needs a feed that is high In protein and Is not too heavy Regular and careful feeding of such a ration with plenty of exercise will go far toward making a good horse of the ordinary foal Michigan Farmer Judge Barker of the Court of Appeals handed down a decision in which he held that the arbitrary expulsion of a pupil by trustees furnished ground for legal redress Hides Wanted I want all kinds of hides and furs Bring them to me and get Cash for them For the neXt two weeks I will pay 91 2 f For Green Beef Hides Or 1o C 1 2CFor Salted Hides Bring them to m- eJonessM Hr THE NEWROAD Looking Good to the People of Springfield Says Harrods burg Democrat Harrodsburg Democrat The people living along the lower end of the Cumb erland Northern Railway routethe new proposed electric road which is to run from the Cumberland river to a tap Jivith the Southern and Q C roadsseem to be waking up to the fact that the road is quite likely to be built and that it is going to bea great factor in the development of this part of the county The Lebanon Falcon says the building of a new road is al most an assured fact Some people of Harrodsburg and Mercer county might learn a valuable lesson from the situation atSpringfield where the people are dow realizing what they missed by not encouraging the nerd road and are now trying to remedy the mistake It is proberly too late and Springfield may be left out in the cold A lot of people down at Springfield did just like alot of people They hooted at the wildcat scheme made fun of those who were willing to help refused to aid or encourage the enterprise in any way They said that if the road wanted to come this way it would come without any help They were very smart people They had that kind over at Dan ville once and that good town lost the L and N railroad They had that kind down at Springfield and it looks as if that thrifty little city had lost the C N railroad Wonder if that same kind will cause the new road to leave Harrodsburg out in spite of all that the boomers can do- A Folding Door Satee Folding doors between communicat ing rooms are seldom closed An ordinary chair within a few feet of the space never looks well4t shows Its back to one room or the other and Is In the way The settee Illustrated here A CONVENIENT SEAT Is an addition to any decorative arrangement of either room It does not Interfere with any graceful drapery that majf be arranged at the door It is decidedly useful convenient and gives a certain touch of the unusual and elegant to the room Of cojirse it Is readily rolled to some other position when it is desired to close the sliding doors A settee of this kind Is not dif ficult to fashion and u very pretty one could easily be made and upholstered at home- Work Soiled Hand If a girl works around u typewriter during the day or handles dusty goods the hands are thoroughly begrlii ed by night the dirt soaking In as the perspiration opens the pores If there Is no running water at her otllce she should leave them uncovered until she reaches home Putting on gloves soils the latter for any further use and dries the hands Wash the hands In tepid water holding u teaspoonful of urn iiiouia Scrub well with castile soap and u stiff brush Borax soap dries the skin too much after excessive perspiration Always keep half a lemon on the hundslnntIremoved The hands should be scrub led again well before retiring or while bathing in the morning This Is the only menus of getting the grime and discoloration entirely out of the flesh each day A sulphur match dipped In water uud rubbed on the pot will remove ink stalnfi1 The 1ThLook children and The years are be the outcome of the childs scrap book There should definite likelftomeans of expression childs train of thought One enjoys the locomotives The future may find him railway magnate One finds the pic tures of buildings a matter of Constant pleasure and no doubt time will register him as an architect Birds interest another child and it may quicken with in ornithologyGive and see what his tastes are and if he does not have natural Interest In one perhaps a little of your attention will help to awaken latent powers Foster the originalities of your child as much as you can r TJ rsX Up and Down Clarks Run Written for The Sun How near to my heart are the scenes of my boyhood Scenes which from memory can never depart Undimmed by the sorrows the grief and the tears Which have shadowed the pathway of pearsThey rainbow which follows the storm On memory reflected with colors as warm And wish dreams of delight they pict ure fun I had long ago when I fished in Clarks R in Withmy can full of worms my heart joyUp the old stream a bare footed boy it A truant from home and the cares of dayTo stream where the ri As polislledSang a melody sweet in soft mono tones From the dawn of the day to setting- su What leasure I had when I fished in Cl rks Run With a pole and a hook and a line And in my pants pocket a long piece of twine On whi h I could string if I fished for a we k Every rout I might catch up and down old creek With oie gallows to pants that were roll d to my knee And holes in my hat through which you could see mylightI hied me away to the banks of Clarks Run There I baited my hook and threw out my line rapturedivineAnd felt just as proud as a prince or a kingThough seldom if ever I caught a darned thing But unnumbered now are the strands spun In the hairs of my head since I fished in Clarks Run 0 who can there be with a heart in his breast Could forget the dear scenes which so lovingly rest In the bosom when life has grown old and cold And feel no sadness when such pictures unfold And would blot out forever from mem orys page The record of childhood which solace old age Till time ends with me and with life I condone Ill hallow the days when I fished in Clarks Run E N Jones Drnrrlnjp the Line Mr JUmboBut why are you In such a hurry to go in Miss Ellie Becanse mother says It Is most indiscreet to sit in a hammock with a gentleman who weighs more than balf a ton Brownings Magazine The Pennsylvania State board of Par dons has commute to life imprison ment the death sentence of James W Ezell the young Kentuckian recently convicted of murder WORMSAll dren com plain frequently of- headaches backaches thatIt their stomachs hurt and that they dont goodThis con dition is a common one and the- trouble is almost invariably due to pin worms Children havent the strength to combat their ills and indispositions without the aid of some reliable medicine Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsinis an unfailing harmless and absolute cure for worms stomach and bowel troubles and can be used as freely for either baby or the bigger child asfor full grown folks If your child seems indisposed fever ish fretful peevish and all out of sorts these are symtoms of worms One dose of DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN as directed the dejected condition will soon give way to health and vigor DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if it doei not benefit you Your postal card request will bring by retura mall our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those who have never tried this vfonderful remedy Write toda- yPEPSIN 4 SYRUP CO Montleelle Illinois Sold By Rid Cross Drufc Store 1 1 I DURING THE 1 MONTH OF November I The Springfield Sun J Chicago Daily Review Weekly CourierJour nal ALLTHREE PAPERS L9O H The Springfield Sun Publishing Co Springfield Ky Inclosed find 190 for which send tom p address for one year The Springfield Sun The Chicago ational Daily Review The Weekly ourier Journal y Name J4f Postoffice Rural Route NoState n f 1 Gov Beckhams Thanksgiving Proclamation Gov Beckham has issued the follow proclamationj and fol lowing the proclamation of j the President of the United States I appoint Thursday November the thirtieth as a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the Commonwealth of Ken tuckyI request that all business be sus pended upon that day and that all of our people with due observance of this hallowed beautiful custom give praise and honor to the gracious and merciful God who has so richly blessed us as a nation and as a people Let us give thanks unto Him not alone with the usual religious ceremonies but es pecially with deeds of kindness and generosity to the poor and needy among us more expressive of gratitude and more pleasing to Him than all else we can the plentitude of our countrys wealth and prosperity in the marvel ous progress it has made under Chris tian civilization let us remember that the Divine Teacher has told us hx speaking of the virtues The greatest among these is uJn testimony whereof I have unto set my hand and caused the seal of the to be Done at Frankfort this seventeenth day of November 1905 J C W BECXHAM By the McCHESNEY Secretary of State Herb W Edwards Injured his knees The next day he says they were so sore and stint I wasiafraid I would have to stay in bed I rubbed them well with Pain Balm and after a few all soreness had sale by C J Haydon tt A Daily Paper Free Well not exactly free but the thing to it What do you think this offer F F F TheSpring field Sun and Chicago National Daily Review charityIberej Commonwealth affixedJ GovernorH lIowa disappeared btitI ofI 50 A YEAR offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how 10nglIThj 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 a phenomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper printed in large type on good quality of paper Started in January 1905 it already has f 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 DAILY REVIEW is published every 1ingwriters on its staff Remember that the regular price of the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is One Dollar per year For a limited time only all new subscribers to The Sun who pay a year in advance and all old subscribers who pay arrearages and a year in advance can get the REVIEW foronly 50 cents additional t Dont wait nowis the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest price ever offered Address THE SUN Springfield Kentucky su r p J i I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 CROSSETTI 5OO I ITheBest Shoe on Earth i 1 Shoot Them Cries the Priest Chicago IlL November 14Rev Father P J McDonnell of St Mels Roman Catholic Church ended an ap peal for the most stringent action against automobile criminals made to the West Park Board this afternoon WIT LEAGHMANS GENTS FURNISHING STO E A place where you can PleaseIS- Y35 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 GLOVES Anything from a 10 cent canvass glove to a 5 fur glove You will save money by buying your gloves of me A large variety from which you may select s WI1 T LEAGHMANS GENTS FURNISHING STORE byj declaring that a man would be justified in killing the criminal autoist who wouldcrush out his life That is a strong doctrine to preach but radical action is needed in dealing with these criminals said Father Mc Donnell We are here to say that there is a power In this community which is not dependent on mere suf YOUR WINTER CO ALl H Now is the time to give us your J order You know we handle the best goods f McClure IWells H The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc 1icomplete 3 Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wag onT are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner e handle the Ohio Fd Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Fifit and Elwood Field Fencing kT The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strengthuItkeepa arunnin This can not be said of of ugasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a time when budging is very necessary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness McClure Wills SrIJIIhl ky r y 1 frage and that is every mans right to act in selfdefense Let us hope that nothing of this sort will become necessary but unless other than the usual dealing with these offenders d this strong action may meanstf to he Hen House Yard Just as the evenings Deghvto grow cool in the fall is the time when roup tirst pu ti in an appearance The causes are many The most frequent and the one for whlelf there Is no remedy is the use oC uirdsTis breeders that have had roup writes Margaret C Daly Ili West urn Poultry Journal Do mt confound roup with colds A cold may he treated amf stopped and no bad effects follow lint if allowptl to develop Into roiip kill the bird at once Keep a strict wn tell on your flock from now on all through the winter nUll avoid the doing of things that may cause them to take cold Often when a beginner lias aflock of thoroughbreds he pampers them and injures instead of helping them Do not the first cold night close nil windows and doors If Inthe same house they will use during the winter and you close all the windows and doors now how do you expect them to stand it when the there mometer registers from 10 to liQ below as It did last winter and may this winter also Use judgment Fowls should never roost in a draft better out of doors thanothat but It not in a draft they can stand a great deal of cold Let them become accustomed to it gradually as nature Intended they shouldPossibly mites have annoyed them all night or lice are ibnkbig life unpleas ant for them during the day These will weaken a bird that cold easily develops into roup Let us suppose that through careless ness or some other cause some line morning you discover a chick with a bad cold Better isolate the bird at once and use preventive measures on the rest of the flock Put kerosene or one of the good coup cures in the drinking water of the entire flock and allow them no other water Fight lice a little more strenuously Keep houses clean er Disinfect houses with sulphur and watch carefully for new caseS As to the sick fowl If you think It worth while to doctor It give the same medicine you would to a human and a dose as large as you would to a child For cold In head we have given a lint ment that we use for the members of the family rubbed a good salve or car bolated vaseline on face and wattles and kept In dry airy coop with feed and water A larjgre quantity of mail matter was destroyed by fire in the railroad depot at Eriei Pa Five Italians were burned to death in a ten m t house fire in Seventythird street IKw York EtrEEEEEEiVEEEtrEEEtcEa iiI FASHIONS FEEEEEEEEEEteEEEEEFEEEEt T m T T E Pretty Draped Valijt A very smart afternoon waist Is shown here evolved in ivory white silk tissue with deep collar cuffs and chemisette of embroidered mull adorned with small dots of grecih velvet A deer crushed girdle oC chiffon velvet gives a smart touch as well as the small bows fastened to the front with tiny tolil buckles The model is one r I SMART SILK WAIST which may be made dressy or not according to the material used in Its construction The chemisette may be made removable as well as the cuffs and n good way to fasten them Is by snap fasteners which will allow them to be removed and put in with less trouble and time than by the usual method of basting The sleeve is a very fetching one being shirred in deep tucks over the elbovjto fit the arm snugly and forming a moderate puff at the top The front of the waist is shirred along the underarm seam and on the front edges but with only so much fullness as to become any wearer A veiling French cashmere chiffon taffeta or mousseline would be suitable as material Styles In Skirts Skirts are to continue very wide at the bottom and to be fitted with cling Ing closeness around the hips all au thorities are agreed but one cannot tell Just what Is to be the fate of kilted and other skirts plaited into thcI waistband Assuredly they are ther so new nor so smarp as the and circular skirt fitting smoothly 0 er the hips with HttleT if any plait lug or shirring but inlng wide rippling fullness Lace at the alt Little bolero of heavy lace or embroidery arc details of certalfi chic empire models und on the more ex pensive coats this same handsome trimming is repented in a deep border around the bottom of the coat though the cloth coat Is more often left plain or simply finished with braid or stitch ed bands Far Foil and Winter Nothing makes handsomer suits than broadcloth and nothing Is more fash ionable although cheviots are exceed ingly attractive this season and are shown in great numbers Velveteen Is well liked and there are a great many novelties among which plaid must always be noted In the Illustration Is shown a model which Is exceedingly chic and smart and which is made of broadcloth In one of the new claret reds with collar anticurs of velvet finished with a tinsedge of cream BBOABCLOTH SUIT cloth but it can be reproduced In any of the materials mentioned The velvet finish IB equally appropriate for cheviot and for cloth while again It might be suggested that a skirt of plaid with a coat of plain color makes one ofthe accepted features pf the season The coat Is a desirable one buttoned up closely at the neck which means geri ulne warmth and protection while the skirt is eight gored and Bach alternate gore Is laid In tucks while those be bvety are laid in inverted plaits below r r T SaleLSaturday November 25 1905 We will on the above date at 2 oclock p moffer for sale 10 the highest bidder the beautiful new 10room residence located SpringfieldKynew 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 This house has bath rooms both on first andsecond floors electric lights allover 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 eomforta1d convenience Enclosed with new iron fence has c In front and around house yard nicel set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location near eraded school and a place is complete in every respect At the same we will offer for sale the lot adjoining property fronting on Main street 60 feetand running back about to the branch We WIllalso sell a lot of household furniture Sale will take place at the house Terms made known day of sale For further information call on or address C A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs Sidney Green deceased 111 the stitched straps Material required for the medlumsl55e Is for coat one and seveneighths yards fiftytwo Inches wide with a yard of velvet for the skirt five aijd a half yards fiftytwo Inches wide A Poor Mans C-oatil The following is from the New York Herald and is going the sounds of the press headedU coat fora Poor ManCIA South African tailor is the inventor of a coat which may be worn the entire day without being out of place The wearer starts out in the isrternoon draws on he feels the need of a frock and laces voluminous skirts to the short foundation A second change is needed for dinner but he has merely to intpromade by lacing and herein lies thei patent Although the change can be quickly effected there is no way of telling the lacing from an ordinary seam jmd so long as plain black is retained the additional skirts provide the owner with three garments in one Now dont you think the poor man is mostly in need of some sort of a coat that wont wear out The Art of Key Making I To make good tea is one tiling to make tea gracefully is a wholly different thing The Frenchwoman makes tea gracefully whether the cup is good or not The cardinal principal in tea making is to be at your ease Seem to enjoy yourself If you do not enjoy yourself you may be sure that there will be lit tle enjoyment for your guests The spectacle of a tlre l hostess Is a fa miliar one and a never pleasant one Think over the hostesses you know The pleasautest places to visit are the places where the hostess has a good time herself She smiles and is glad to see you and you feel that you are making her liappy It is said that a woman who has kept her figure is sweetest at forty Any way sh can wake the best cup of tea Her pleased half amused manner as she mikes it Is delightful so also Is the pretty way she holds the cup toward you so also Is the manner In which she makes and sips her own cup while you are taking yours Almost imperceptibly she refills our cup There Is a sentiment in keeping the sums cup while she pours some fresh tea Into It And so the tea hour passes Itlsa delightful thing TIN hostess who does not acquire the art of making a cup of afternoon tea calmly aiiil well Is the hostess who knows little or nothing about finesse Practice the art of tea making when you are all alone Take a cup of tea and pass It ytfross the table See If you can do It without forgetting any thing and without upsetting it then try to do It and to listen at the same time Pretend you are holding a con versation Dont look at the cup too steadily Practice tea making until you can do it without more than glanc lug at the cup It Is easy And when you have learned ltbe you rich or poor a great hostess or a small one you will have acquired a pretty art which will serve you in good stead all your life Brooklyn Eagle 600 Given Away The Weeky CourierJournal Henry Watteraons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentsranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 and sixteen pres ents of 30 and 20 to be given in the States of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and The plan is fair and simple Write to Courier journal Company Louisville for copy the Weekly CourierJournal- giving full details Itwill be sent free A BANKRUPT Tt SheriffEtectJno L Forsythe Had to Give upC D Thompson Ifkted TrusteeI Harrodsburg Dem WednesdayI there was a meeting of the creditors of Mr John 1 Forsythat the office of Col E H GaitherJ and Mr C D Thompson was elected trustee The petition in bankruptcy for Mr Forsythe was filed quietly November 1st and few people knew of the proceed lings until the meeting yesterday claims against Mr Forsythe amount to about 40000 being almost wholly made up of security debts for his nephew Sajn Forsythe and hisson Walter Forsythe The former went into bankruptcy here several months ago and the latter wentinto bankruptcy some time ago out west Tfie two Harrods burg banks are the chief creditors The assets amount to about 8600 in cash coming from the sale of Mr For sythes farm after deducting home stead and mortage debt It is estimatedA that the creditors will get 15 or 20 percent of their claims out of the estate It is stated that Mr Forsythe has spent two months trying to settle with his creditors offering them 25 per cent in settlement but they would not accept the offerIJohn L Forsythe is the sheriffelect of Mercer county and is one of the best known and most popular men in this section His many friends regret his embarrassmentcaused by his generosity in aiding others ACTOR Who Impersonated Jesus Wit Spend the Rest of His Days at Gethsemane Louisville Nov 1Otero Nelson etti an Italian actor was in in this city this week for a few days previous to his consecration to the Trappist ender He left for Gethsemane edges day to take the vows From the glitter and applause of the Roman and Florentine theaters Nel sonetti went to Oberammergau seven years ago to study for the character of the Saviour in which role he eventually played When the last passion play was given in 1900 he won the plaudits of the world The greatest critics in Europe saw Nelsonettis Admirable portrayal of the role of Jesus and his name was on Ute lips of alL The religious fervor which led tile actor to give up the gayeties of the Italian cities and take up the cross at Oberammergau increased until he decided to come to America and join tM Trappist society in Gethsemane Te the few persons whom he met in thk city and who were favored with his confidence Signor Nelsonetti imparted the information that he was taking this step only after mature deliberation and that he believed he would be happy in the seclusion of the monastery It is said that the friends and rela tives of Signor Nelsonetti strove to dissuade him from the step but he was firm in his resolve to spend the remainder of his days in the holy but in penetrable precincts of the Gethaenaa Abbey Cleared for Actfai When the bed y is clearld iiseiiMt by Dr Kings New Life 7 calf tell it by the bloom of aie the cheeks the brigktaeM firmness of the IMir buoyancy of the MIL c J Haydena tlnc Mtate X eaiRk r kTHE SPRINGFIELD sUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 tv4IzI IZI IZI I i Every Ounce Burns i + r and gives out its proportionate amount of heat iIts because our coal is from the best coal mines Every4 I body knows iP There is Difference in Coal Some coal is so bad you dont get half the heat from it you ought to Such coal is far dearer than what we furnish Get the best and get it of ug IBUY t1 M H Jones L SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday November 22 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year a100 Six Months n 50 Three Months 25 changedalways whifhyonW1 ONEYEAROLD NEXT WEDNESDAY Next Wednesday The Sun wil be one year old Perhaps we bwilltooting our own horn The pa per has been safely launched the bowlders in the track of the seas have been passed the breaker- Kaye become as ripples to the touchof the winds and it looks like a long voyage a pretty sea and fastsailing ship The Danville News announces t that The Beauty Doctors are in Danville for a weeks stay Its the business of these doctors to make women prettier than they realv are or in other words to smooth down the wrinkles and cover up the defects such a molds warts crooked noses etc etc Kentucky is a darned poo place for such doctors and we would advise them to go to Indi any Illinoy or some other State in which the women folk are sadly stricken President Roosevelt was elected thane National Fox Hunters Associa tion at Bardstown last week We do not doubt that Strenuous TeddY could find some amuse ment in chasing a fox but it would tickle him more to come i face to face with a vicious grizzly Col W B Haldemans candidacy for the United States Sen ate is announced a little late but It does happen some times that the early bird fails to catch the wormJudge Hargis has decided no to contest the election of his recent oPPonentfor County Judge of Breatl itt who won bj a ma jority of about 500 But if half ot what is saidabout Judge Har gis is true the other fellow is pretty certain to lose out out sifter a little while SERMONI t Parents as a general rule are proudof their boys They ough- to be proud of them to a certain limit But this thing of allowing your little sonnj to pull the wool over your eyes should not be tot erated Dont be too thoroughly convinced that that seemingly devout boy of yours wont lie to you whenever he feels it is necejfsary for himjto do soTer frequently the sparing of the ro is the mapping out of a career for your boy which will some day bring the crimson to your cheeks We have heard parents say Oh a whipping wont do Johnny any good he isso determined This is always said in a sort of a proud spirit proud of deter mination TLIry nice But in which directi o does Johnny s determination run If he is determined to chop up the wood pile and stack it up in the shed you may well be proudof him but if he is determined to threeldays in every week and go hunting then he needs some of the determination hammered out of him with a well developed hickory It can be done too Hit him with a little force and watch him earlsyears you can see whether it is going to be necessary to beat good into him or not If he stands upon the streets and casts slurs upon some poor child with a hole in his coat keep an eye troublesifyou are not very careful Very distinctly do we remember this little episode A boy who resided out in the country used to bring a load of wood to town two or three times a week Invariably cers tain determined youngster aiidrcast slurs upon him The little fellow on the load of wood dodged the rock and laughed at the slurs But one day the affair came toa beautiful ending The little country boy tolled Off of his load of wood carrying with him a good sized hickory cluband after a considerable chase he caught the rockingthrowing slurcasting lad and dealt him three or four severe raps across the head with his hickory club As a consequence oi this clubbing the boy became unconscious For a while the case lockedser ious The inured boys daddy had blood in his eye and did all kinds of wild talking But the boy got well and the country boy continued to bring his wood to town he was cock of the walk too Right here it may not be tout of place to state that the little country boy is now the big cashier of a big bank in Iowa and the boy he clubbed is in the pen itentiary for shooting a man in the back And nine times out of ten thats just casesJturn out If Louisville is as tough as the Evening Post and Louisville Her ald say she is we wouldsuggest that Washington county people always go broke when they go to Louisvillejand leave their e Mr Hyde of the Equitable oughter hid Marion Notes Falcon Mr Joseph R Carrico and Miss Addie L Blair were married at Raywick WednesdayS Joe Phillips and son have sold their fine jack to Dallas Simms for 400 Dinner the past week they have bought thirty suckling colts Mrs Mary Wright age seventynine years died at her home near Raywick Tuesday and her remains were laid to rest Wednesday after services at the Methodist church at that place Mr James DeVault an L and N brakeman who lives at Mt Vernon was brought to Elizabeth Hospital yes terday morning His head was badly cut by striking the top of a bridge whild he was attending his duties on top of a freight train Charlie Wickersham a fourteenyear old boy was brought from his home in Lebanon Junction to Elizabeth Hos crititAugust by an explosion ofa gasoline stove Brown White of Pulaski Tenn have burchased 101 mules in the vicin ity during the past week from the fol lowing parties James arid Joe Phillips fiftythree at 140 per head Joe Jar boe eighteen at 150 per head Eddie Mont Buckler thirity 13750 per head The protracted meeting which has daysding after having achieved much good for the community There were twen tyone additions to the church je tryChamberlains producefect Sold by C J Haydon President Roosevelt in answer to many appeals has declared his inability thenin Russia Januaryand February Areon the calendar as usual and theI freezes almanac predictsII pneumoniaFEET WET Keep you FEET DRY Thats the Secret HOWBy Wearing Taylors ButI ShopmadeSUOESThey A Genuine French Calf Turns the Water Then hese shopmade shoes wear ju tlbout three or four times as long as the machine made shoe Figure it this wa You pay 350 for a machinemade- shoe it Wears out in four months throughthea year at a cost 1050 I will make you a pair of shoes f- or4OO They will wear you a year Sub stract and ave a balance of keptdrywarded off Code in and let me take your measure GEOI TAYLOR Sr11Iflllll Ky r 1IGJART CL TRF r MNKSGIVING To slip into a HighArt Suit or Overcoat on Thanksgiving morning will put you in a good mood to enjoy the days pleasure SNUGGLEUP GREAT COATS to blunt the edge of that cutting wind FROCK COATS for ceremonious dinners and starcy functions i generally SACK SUITS in newest stuffs and cut in harmony with the mode l s of the moment TOP COATS that are really on top in fabric fit and finish WARMASTOAST OVERCOATS of every cut and cloth at thin jisawafer prices Also all the little accessories to lend a bright look here and a smart touch there in Winters freshest styles Rah For the American Birdj ROBERTSON BROTHERS itWILLISBURG pie supper given at the home of IThe Sue Merritt for the benefit of the Christian church at this place was well attended The receipts for the night were 1875 The dine ing room was beautifully decorated in ferns and crisanthemum Those on the sick list are Charley Mcllvoy Airs T J Miller and Miss Essie Hungate Mrs Sue Vice and daughter Viola visited at the home of Henry Scottts ialt Saturday and Sunday W B Shirley and sister Miss Eliza beth were in Springfield one day last week shopping Ben Mcllvoy and family visited his SaturiLula Trent is visiting her sister IMiss Trent this week Gibbs was in Anderson county last week on business rr Sam Yeager was in our town last bUsinessI Indiana is visit Browjey at this placeMiss Annie Sutton visited her sister Mrs Ida Prather last Saturday and SundayS Harlow has sold his farm to Dr Hatchett of Tatham Springs W L Jenkins has sold his farm to John Jenkins for 3600 W L Jen kins will move to this place in the near future Irl Cheatham and Misses Vema Rod gers and Nora Cheatham spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs C P CheathamMrs Bradshaw of Seattle Wash is visiting Mrs T E Wilson Many of our young people attended the party given at the home of William Busby in honor of his son Lafe who is a United State soldier He has re turned to his post of duty in New York Terrific Race With Death ueath was fast approaching TampaFladeath as a result of liver trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and of all interest in life I pad tried many different doctors ands ye ral medicines but of no benefit un til I began to use Electric Bitters J So wonderful was their effort that in three days I felt like a new man today I am cured of aU my trou lea drugstore l MOORESVILLE IA protracted meeting was close at the New Hope Baptist church last Saturday There were seven addItions t the church by baptism and three by letter The baptising occurred Sunday morning Farmers corn are busily engaged gathering Mr A U Eddleman is erecting a nice residence putIwres soon up then what a time we will have helloing Madam Rumor has it that we are to have two more weddings in this neigh borhood pretty soon Mr James Hayes of Mayple Hill and Miss Lydia Hunton of Maud were married in Jefrersonville on Wednesday of last week Rev Samual Hilloffidting Hand in your subscriptions to The Sun the National Daily Review and 1 the Weekly CourierJournal W 0 Ellis Mooresville is an authorized 190oMr Cliff Kidwell and Miss Emma Chgsser were married at the residence of Bro U H Yancey last Sunday Bro Yancey officiating A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing J E Stearns aepoisoningIpoison healed the wound and saved Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at C J Ha dons drug store Two men were killed by an explosion in a powder factory at Edwards Illz A Cdon The Chest JI Is Always UIIIflrta and Offtin Dang artHs ist 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 e guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure a freed cold and will relieve even the most obstinate cough of long standing The price is only 25 cents per bottle Lots of other land and other medicines here C JaHAYDON f4 CORNER DRUG STORE l t rNOVEMBER22 1905 B JGGES CHEAP r r DONT BUY A BUGGY with youve seen what I now have in stock I will make you a special price on every vehicle in my house for the next few weeks j J B ROBERTSON z Meatstt Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it last Steak Perk Rust Pork Cps Frisk Sausage HutttR Beast Mutton Chops VII Roast VII Cilip- sVIClntls Pickled Pit Feet 1 Pickled Bologna Ham Breakfast Bacen Mince Meat i FJsh EverThursday OystersWdnesdayI ye CARPENTERS Meat Market = Local News Notesi Thursday Friday and Saturday of this week the Knott Company wills ll all 2 hats at SI and all SI hats at SOCI New crop New Orleans and Sorghum Molasses at Hagan BrosIJeans pants worth L25 at 98c for Everi1bodyJ I The handsomest line of Christmas presents is to be found at Hagan Bros There will be a prayer meeting at the Baptist chnrch on Thanksgiving morning at seven oclock all are very cordially invited to attend Mr G Len Spalding who was form erly engaged in the manufacture of cigars at Lebanon has been adjudged insane Mr Spalding is wellknown in Springfield and has many friends here who regretted to learn of his sad r malady Have you seen the Christmas goods at Hagan Bros GOOD L cIil1rVf K Marks and son Perry spent a few days last week in Adair county on a hunting expedi tion They kill dover a hundred birds Great borgains from now on on my entire stock to make room for holiday goods which wIllarrive next week Now is the time to get your gloves and underwear cheaper than ever before PJ THOMAS An extra nice line of trimmed hats at S2 The Knott Co You are invited by Hagan Bros to come in and see their Christmas goods Messrs C JJL Tumey and Lee Riley Jr who recently purchased the livery business of Haydan Thompson have tak charge They are both accom ting gentlemen and the Sun predicts for them the same lucrative business which Haydon Thompson have enjoyed Hon WC McChord left thit mcfrn ing to attend a meeting of the Burley Growers Company At this meeting it will be known wheather or not the hopeisomthing definite next week The annual Thanksgiving service will be held at the Baptist church at 103- 0a m Rev T D Latimer will preach the sermtin The singers from the different churches have been busy pre pairing special music for the occasion An enjoyable and helpful service may expected LARGE PURCHASE The Springfield Poultry Coumpany have bought and slaughtered 3500 turkeys during the past two weeksM H Jones informs The Sun that the turkeys a much better this season than usual eI They will soon be on market Christmas turkeys thor DEATH OF COLORED MAN Lud W Beam a respected colored man ofi Maud died last week after a brief i n ss of appendicitis For a number of SpringIa number of white people Mr T F Parrott has advertised in this issue hifi stock of harness and farm gearinglfor sale at cost See him r- dt + ti CLOSING OUT 1 SALE + FttOR CASH + rj t Buggy Harness and Farm 1 Gearing = 4 desire to quit the harness business and I am nowi offerilr my stock rt COST and BELOW COST I +ra lot of excellent BUGGY HARNESS and FARM GEAR and also a lot ofScrapW ork which you can buy at prices that will please you Dont buy anything in y this line until you see me rMust be closed out by January L t rTFParrott t + t SELLS HOG FOR 000Mr G Mur rell Middleton Monday sold to Mr William Green of San Marcos Texas his prize winning yearling boar Pre mier Baron No 77887 for 500 Says the Shelby News This is probably the highest price Berkshire boar ever sold Kentucky Premier Baron was a win ner at the St Louis Fair as a pig and as a yearling at the Indiana State Fair this year defeating the great Hood Farm yearling at the Indiana State Fair for which 1000 has been refused Mr Middleton has also recently sold Loyals Premier a son of Premier Baron 77887 to head the noted herd of C T Graves of Maitland Mo Mr Graves had charge of the Jersey Dairy Cattle Test at St Louis and is quite a noted stockman It will pay you to see Hagan Bros Christmas china DOG LEGISLATION Farmers ovW the State are again discussing that dog law which they want the next Legis lature to pass A bill has not been drafted but the main points to be asked of the Legislature is a law requiring each owner of a dog to pay a specified tax with each county as a unit The money is to be held by the county treasurer and disbursed by him to the farmers who suffer losses from dogs The fund thus acquired is to be known as the sheepkilling dog fund The tax upon each dog will likely be placed at something like 5 and in course ofa few years a sufficient sum ought to be gathered to meet all emergencies or on the other hand there will occur a big slaughtering of canines Dont fail to visit the Knott Millinery Parlors Thursday Friday and Saturday Mr Benedict Clements has bought the farm of Mr John D Roberts in the Clements neighborhood Mr Clem ents was recently engaged in the mercantile business at Uniontown Ky Rock candy and brandy for colds Russell County Brandy None better J F GREENE NEW SUPERINTENDENT Mr R M Thompson has been appointed by the Board ofDerectors as Superintendent of the Grundy Orphanage and will take charge of the home January 1 Mr Avrillpresent Superintendent was not an ilpplicant hence the change The people or the county have formed an excellent opinion of Mr Averill and regret very much to see him and his excellent family leave Claybrooke Durrett shipped a car load of fine cattle to Jersey City last week rsr DEATH OF AN INFANT James R an infant son of Mr and Mrs G T MqndayIthe Catholic cemetery here The child was a month old and had been ill since birth v Russell County Brandythe best in the world Rock candy and brandy no better remedy for colds JF GREENE CAMPBELL SALE REPORTSThe Thos sale on last Saturday was clot largely attended and every thing sold at a price Corn brought 32c four hogs 2740 one ow1525 one calf 925 one calf 450 one old prse 4 one horse 2750 Household oods sold very low Danville court day sales were very limited The horse sale at Fox Lo pans stable was well attended Two yearold cattle sold at 3c and 3jc year ling steers at 2Jc and sic Cows from 15 to 30- MARRIEDMr Frank Sansbury and Miss Cora Johnson were married at St Rose yesterday Both the bridq and groom are well known in their respec tive communities and have numerous friends who extend congratulations iThe house and lot and vacant lot ad joining of Sydney Green deceased also Bome house cold furniture will be sold in Springfield Saturday Nov 25 See ad in this issue Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoffice for the week ending November 22 Bruce Co Dock Avery Alonzo Hill Mrs Lottie Garten Mrs L J Kennedy Fay McDonald 2 Mrs Mrs Nancy Milburn Mrs Frank Thomas col George Sparrow Charlie Turner Sammie Sommers W A WATERS Postmaster Farm For Rent For Cash At Frederickstown Ky of about 110 acres river and creek bottom laud 50 acres corn and tobacco 30 acres in it balance oats and grass Two ouses stock barns and new tobacco barn for 7 acres Apply to tf i JR CONNO- RFrederickstown Ky The sane in the poetoffice at Morgan field KyA wail blown open and robbed ti i+ + +fHi i + L I LADIES Ir + + On THURSDAY FRIDAY and t+ SA TURD A Y of this week I THE KNOTT COMPANY 4 Will sell all 1 hats a- t50ci+ a+ W ittf These prices are BELOW the actual cost of the hats + They are stylish and uptodate Dont fail to attend these sales Never before have such been offered to the ladies of Washington countyo of t t+ tn OOoooaa cI ct0 ct rt o f Personal Notes f 0 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up of the Weeks- PersonaltNewsn 0- oQ QOQQQQQQQQQ Mn andMrs Winchester Phillipps of Lebanon were here yesterday Mr and Mrs Evan Rogers are in Lebanon to spend a few days Mr W C Rogers of Lebanon was in town Monday Mr Wm Dinwiddie of Leitchfield was here last week on a visit to his daughter Mrs J H Lampton Messrs T E Hardesty and W R Selecman spent two days in Nelson county last week on a hunting expedi tion Ii Mr F B Noe left Thursday for Morganfield where he has secured a good positon on the Morganfield Sun We believe the place will suit Frank and feel sure that Frank will suit the place He has been with The Sun since it was launched last November and he is a valuable employe Miss Minnie Osborne is visiting in Louisville this week Mr P J Thomas spent Wednesday in Louisville Hon W D Claybrooke is in Cin cinnati on business Mrs W E Selecman and daughter Miss Lucy left yesterday for Little Rock Ark where they will remain two or three weeks on a visit to Mr Selecmans sister Mrs Booker Miss Nellie Greene who is attending school at Nazareth spent several days with her parents at this place Haydon and son are vis ing MtLeo Hemp wife and children who visiting the family of Mr returned to their home In Louisville yesterday Mr J B Robertson has returned from Rome City Ind where he had been for several weeks undergoing treatment in Kinight Sanatarium Mr Robertson is much improved and it is believed that the treatment he has been taking will give him permanent Mr and MrsW1K Marks and son Perry spent last week at Columbia visiting relatives Mrs W M McPherson who has been ill for several weeks of typhoid pneumonia Js improving Mrs Kpte Bolderick of Lebanon spent Saturday with her daughter Mrs Ralph Bolderh k at Walker Heights Mr A H Robertson of Bardstown was here several days last week I Messrs W D Claybrooke C W rfagan and Gwin Marks were in Leb anon Sunday Mr Harris Carrico and sister Miss Blanche of Howardstown returned home last Sunday Mr and Mrs C C McChord returned Saturday after a few days stay in Louisville Mr J W S Clements of Louisville spent several days jrith his mother Mrs E S Clements last week Mr M H Jones was in Lebanon last week riLeslie Gowdy of Campbells vile was here one day last week Mr and Mrs JB McClure were called to High Grove last week by the death of theirnephew Sb THE KNOTT COMPANY Will sell all 2 hats at + 1 00 Ittbargains Sctitit relief home Mrs T D Wells and children are visiting friends in Taylorsville Mr T A Spalding of Bardstpwn spent several days here this week and last Mr Jack McChord who attending school at Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents Miss Hadgie Brown was in Lebanon last week Messrs Rob Cleaver and Dave Mc Elroy of Lebanon were here last week Mesdames J C and H B McElroy were i Lebanon last Friday Mrs Exall of Lebanon is visiting her sister Mrs J W Lewis L Mr W J Smith of Louisville was here last week Mr Chas McGill was here Friday The many friends of Miss Kato Mayes will be glad to know that she is able to resume her position with Grundy McIntire Miss Margaret Litsey has returned home fromLe anon Miss Lizzie Leachman of Lebanon who filled Miss Kate Mayes place with the firm Grundy Mclntire will go to Louisville and make her home with her sister Mrs Will Sweeney Mrs Sallie Hamilton and daughter Miss Mary of Frederickstown were here Tuesday Miss Sadie Mayes left today for an extended visit to the Misses Turpinof Americus Georgia William Medley who is attending school in Louisville spent Sunday h re Mr J C Shader is in Cincinnati this week entertainedIB McElroy won the prize Mrs Marv A Noe of Louisville came out Monday to send the winter with her children slmmsIwere Mr Frank Peters was in Lebanon Monday Mrs F B Noe returned home Monday after a visit to friends in Lou isville Mr R Y McElroy of Lebanon was here Tuesday Judge LE Thunnanisin Grease burg this week Mr J L Wimsatt left Monday on a business trip through the East Mesdames Fred and WfllTHagan were in Lebanon Monday Mrs John Shaunty and Miss Cecil t Connor of Frederickstown were in Springfield Tueseay More than 2000 bales of cotton was destroyed in afire at Columbus Ga Midshipman B Branch died at An ofImidshipman READ THIS 190LiSir I suffered ten years with severe kidney and bladder trouble and at 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 sufferedsince passing the same three years ago I have recommended it to many others who reported themselves cured I must heartily recommended it to all Sufferers from kidney or bladder diseases SAM DEAN ruOne small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of L One small bottle is two treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Soldtjy all druggists z A Trustworthy j Drug Store L nothing can the public be fooled moreeasily than in the quality lof pure drugs Even they druggists are sometimes fooled rHowever you can depend upon getting thoj right quality of everything here JWe spend T time care and money to make sure that our drugs are right nnc ve guarantee their quality Ve want this to be known as a store rn whichTT you can be confident of getting tWi t Puns Drugs- SiiiMtifii Ciwf MMHflf ReasNwble jJPrices Red Jjt Drug ra Store 7SMOCK ft NAYBIN lS- v lV tr 4 It f 1 t 5 i THE SPRINGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 Ji You Must SleepIf you cannot it is due to an Irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de- Telope into nervous prostration Nature demands sleep and it is as important as oodjit is 2 part of her building and sustaining process This period of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical strain and allows nature to restore ex liausted vitality Dr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because it soothes the irritation and removes the congestion 4Itis also a nerve builder it nourishes and strengthens every nerve in your body and creates energy in all the organs Nothing will give rength and vitality as surely and quickly as Dr Miles Nervine r During the winter I had two attacks of 1aGrippe which left faS Tery weak and In bad condition Y so nervogJ sleep My wife tryIng different remedies went for a doctor The doctor was eat and a neighbor recommended Dr Miles Nervine and she brought home m bottle not slept for some time aad had terrible pains In my head After taking a few doses of JCervine the pain was not so severe and I slept I am now taking the second bottle and am very much Improved HENRY 1C SMITH Underhill Vt yourdrwiItrat bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Wee Medical Co Elkhart Ipd oe eoe eo oe e eOe oeoeoeoeoeeOeoeOeoeoeQeo What will You READTHIS WJ1MTER Y1 will Save Money pBy selecting vour 5 reading matter from The SunsCIub bing list THE SUN AND Both pa pers lyr Bryans Commoner L75 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 Semiweekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette225Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews X 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 Scnbuers Magazine 400- Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times oneyear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 TIM Sun and the daily Courier dayinthe3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months230The-Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldTile EveningPostone Address The Sun Springfield Ky Geca eoeaeooeooaooo-o oeoeoeoo o o rMAli1tM51x NIlATi BootzShoesRubbersjrk 5isai ILBOOOS 0 n Heavy Horses Best For Farmers The following are good reasons for making the draft horse our choice First draft horses can earn their keep at an earlier period than others second if the draft horse should bavfe a spot or blemish it does not materially reduce his market value thiMany fanner can easily and proparly break draft horses and fit them for market while the proper training for carriage horses amounts to a science fourth in the case of heavy liorses there are no excessive profits for the middleman Canadian heavy draft horses are val ued highly In foreign and western mar kets and there is practically no limit to those markets Every horse to command a good price must have large well shaped feet and stand straight upon them or in all like lihood he will not go straight Pasterns must be sloping tOTglvp the horse a free and movement legs tInt clean with no appearance of meatlness In drafts feather f good quality and considerable quantity is absolutely nec essary The next Important part is the loin or coupling Unless a horse is strjong there no matter how well the quarters are muscled thehorse will be a hard keeper and a poor looker Horses fiat over the loin are invariably long backed and open ribbed and this conformation is never deep In the girth consequently this type of animal has a weak constitution because the heart and lungs have not sufficient room to do their work in times of extreme exertion The ribs should be well sprung or the back will not be strong The typical draft horse of the present day must have sloping massive shoul ders wIth a fairly high wither His neck should be a fab length with no appearance of thickness about the throat The head indicates his disposi tion It should be broad and flat between the eyes the latter should be large full and mild In no case should there be any appearance of pony bead To raise such a horse as I have described the farmers must stop selling their best mares and use as good sires as can be procured strong in charac ter masculine in appearance and yet of good quality W F Kydd in Amer lean Cultivator Handsome Morgan Stallloa This picture of the sixyearold regis tered Morgan stallion Frank Allen was taken at the Valley fair Brattle boro Vt 1111001 says American Culti vator from vhlch the portrait is here reproduced At that fair he drew first premium as best Morgan stallion also sweepstakes with four of get He also HUNK AIXEK drew first premium at the Vermont state fair as a threeyearold and sweepstakes as a fouryearold with four of get This horse Is a flue mover has great knee and hock action and as a stock getter his colts are very prom isingFrank Allen was sired by Ashleys Ethan Allen son of Holablrds Ethan Allen dam by Gilligs son of Arlstof second dam by Daniel Lambert third dam by Thomas Jefferson son of Black Hawk In color he Is a beautiful seal brown with star and snip stands sIx- teen hands and weighs 1150 pounds Keeping Pig healthy The pen should be cemented on the bottom and an abundance of bedding should be used so that every bit of the fertilizing material may be saved In order to make pork production profita ble the pigs health must be carefully looked after With plenty of sunshine a dry warm peu and a well balanced ration there is little difficulty In keep Ing the pig Inn healthy condition Tapeworm in Lamb The following Is recommended for tapeworms in sheep 011 of male fern one teaspoonful ureca nut powder two teaspoonfuls turpentine oue teaspoon ful new milk half a cupful Give after fasting and follow with a dose of epsom salts Feed well on oats and bran Michigan Farmer Breed and Feed The breeder who depends solely on inheritance Is liable to be disappointed when his animals reach maturity lAb eral feeding and good care are nearly as essential as a good Inheritance EI- ther one without the other is liable to result in failure Hers Notes Itls easier to wash and keep the legs clean now than to cure the scratches after awhile Generally It is easier to teach a hONe to drive than to teach a man how to drive a horse A bad trick in a horse which renders him an unsafe driver is as detrimental U if he is really vicious Moderate exercise of the colt should be begun quite early but full service of BO kind should be required until the fourth year Before bayIng a horse test his walk lag capacity sad In order to do this bitch kirn tethtId of rig yois iateod to use Mm la Chicken Information t The Silver Gray Dorking Is a popular breed In England Avherir first class table fowls are wanted and there are few successful table poultry breeders who do not Introduce Dorking blood into their flocks says the London Mall Dorkings have deep square bodies with broad breasts and short white legs points which are Indispensable for the Ideal table bird They have t SILVER GRAY DOBKINO CQCK five claws on each foot and single combs Our illustration is of a silver gray cockerel which as will be seen is a very handsome bird The hens back should be of a delicate pale gray the breast being of a light brown color anr the Cackles striped white and black appearing very bright Silver grays have grown greatly In populari ty of late years and are now much liked Starting With Poultry It would be a mistake for the be ginner to pay the exceedingly high prices for fowls with which to start says Inland Poultry The results might not be satlsfactoiy and discour agement and disgust with poultry follow Five dollars will usually buy as good femmes as any one needs to begin with and 10 should buy a very good male of almost any variety Magy good birds have beensold for less that this amount though much more might be paid and prove a good Investment A five dollar trio would do very well to begin with if one cannot afford to pay more but it must be remembered that express rates are as high on medium quality stock as on the best and often this amounts to nearly as much as the cost of the stock To Prevent Egg Eating Prevent egg eating by preparing fort it in the fall 1t nests are so situated that the eggs are not in sight of the fowls during the day the birds rarely get into the habit Exposed nests rhould have a slitted curtain of heavy ark colored cloth hanging before them The hens will find their way through the curtain to lay and after leaving the nest are not opt to eat eggs uS less they He In plain slghtCor American Agri culturlst Good Stock Pay Dent If one is going to breed high class poultry it is much better to produce u few good birds than a large number of medium quality It pays to buy good tock just as good as one can afford to buy The cheapest pure bred stock that can be bought Is superior to mongrel stock but it is advisable to buy something better if possible In land Poultry ATTACKS OF COLIC What to Do to Relieve the Suffering Little One During the first few mouths some ba bios are apt to have attacks of colic often caused by Indigestion The child screams sharply draws up his legs and usually has a hard tense abdomen First warm his hands and feet and turn him on his stomach letting him lie on a hot water bottle or hot piece of flannel Gently pat his back to help up the wind und give him a lit tIe hot water by means of a medicine dropper A few drops of essence of peppermint may be added to the wa ter Do not give him gin or herb teas If the attacks are frequent the food is probably too strong Use less cream or milk and more water when making up the food or if the child is breast fed give an ounce of hot water just before nursing the baby The moth ers diet should also be carefully regu lated She should take some exercise out ot doors if possible aud try not to be nervous Cereals cocoa milk eggs gruels made of corn and oatmeal mOt fresh fruits and vegetables with some meat make a good diet for a nursing motherThe mother must invariably have a free movement of the bowels each day Philadelphia North American NURSERY NOTES Dont take your infants out in go carts They are very good for children over three but younger ones need a baby carriage- A successful method of giving dill dren powders Is to cut open a small piece of chocolate cream insert the powder and close the chocolate again Dont curl or plait a childs hair tightly you want it to grow long and thick Many a scanty crop of tresses In later life Is due to straining the hair while the child is growing Comfortable footgear for children is indispensable to the proper development of the legs With the feet in a comparatively helpless condition it is quite impossible for the calf muscles to 7ork properly Four hours is the longest interval during which children should go with out food in the daytime and something if it is only a drink elmUk and a biscuit should always be give them the last thing before going to bed ii WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY0WIlES when you want to have a Job of work done have Itdono at homo If you go away from home to buy or if you go away from home to haye work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or thehorae mechanic At homo the merchant knows you and will nbt misrepresent his goods to you he has known you for years he in your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt wi nt your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you cart remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and It may come back again but send it to one of the big mail order houses and it will buy 33cent cigars for some millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable men When you want to makea purchase look over thislist and select your store lYon will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In GrQceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty t T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles and N Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives 5t Bardstown Arrives at Bardswwn Junctn Leaves LOuisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstpwri Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville ROBERTSON Shoes Etc Hagan Pealer 1i Vegetables Ice Leachmanj Watchmaker and Repairing Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers Gpods Boots and McElroy Stoves Etc line Clocks Railroad Time Table Suny only 825 735 00II 525 Daily 43 930II Snyonly 715 800 935 Daily 705 552II 502 dr Daily 220II 545 H Do Not Neglect a Cold Every Weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus for more serious diseases CAN AFFORD TO SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY Coughs Colds Throat CoughBronchitisEVERY SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HO RE HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO DOES NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE GROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH mALLIf LOCKA oItwalt Tax save WW have Bailards IiOrehouud Syrup my fur years and always give satisfaction when the children had Croup and Whooping always relieved them once and I would not Without the hOuse the nEST MEDICINE we know of1 Best Remedy Children Every Bottle Guaranteed TMRKK mizfmt am Us and 9100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C HAYDON Springfield and Yelloir Bedroom One of the prettiest bedrooms Imag- Inable Ina country was decorated In cream and yellow It was papered with a simple design of yel low pansies on a cream ground a silver line running lengthwise The bedstead of white enamel Iron trimmed with and bureau was an ordinary of drawers and enameled white brass drawer handles and oval mire ror Old fashioned and In white with a pale green screen and lamp of the same hue completed the furniture The washstand stood In a alcove and a portiere of Japanese In cotton with a design In delicate yellow separated it from the room In front of the ted was a rig of soft silk rags These artiitlc furnlehisgg cost oily a trIfle In comparison with most bedroom fit tings I Subscribe for The Sun LOO ar BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing q W E In Groceries Beer Etc W E Furniture James J Graves Jeweler on Short Notice In Dry Clothing Shoes Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware j r Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine Watches Silverware Etc L 91 m 650 6 iDaily No 42 a m 617II703 755 1240 p m 1100 a m 730II No 90 a m f 84 No 41 p m c d No 44 120 p m 410 p m p m cold the YOU TAKE CURE Sor MOTHE OPIATES MNS t used la seversi It Cough It at be It In as It is for J Ky Cream home with was brass the chest repainted with chair wash stand small crape 7 Done No p No 5u 410 family Women and Golf Ive often wondered why women should take to golf remarked cynical bachelor as he watched a woo man champion making a record drive Golf Is In my opinion not a game for women at all Women are awkward at Itat times they are positively ridicu bus and even when they contrive to play gracefully they are much less graceful than men goiters or than women croquet players tennis players or oarswomen But If women will playand I suppose they willthen they ought to lim it themselves severely to playing with the members of their own families I rather like to see a daughter golfing with her father or husband and wife or mother and son playing together But I do think A girl who wants te captivate a particular an aluvkL shun the golf links as she w wJ4 tplague spot New York TrIbsae Subscribe for Tke SUB 1J year Dr W F Trustji Practical D ntIstSPR- INGFIELDNTTJCKy 9 A11workOffice over Haydon Barber Dr J11MBurtoll RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly PirstLe KyOmce B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and AccidentfI rehiabhiandworld Your Insurance solicited Dr J H LAMPTOlp OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky nIl J C MUll SPRINGFIELD KENTtIcXt1 OFTICE J HATDOJts nero trmm Office Hours 12 ar to 2 HIt Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY t Office m Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 971 MISS rnA ADAMS I 7 NURSf TELEPHONES Day 49Nifllt ISP T SCOTr MAYES ATITATLAW 6Springfield KyrWashtsgtonandand Federal Conrt C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Federa1CourtsI i W D CLAYBROOKE f ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington Appeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashingIoand Q H E WALTER ATTYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practic andadjoining S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 QQQQOQQQQQOO HAYDON THOMPSON Udrtaksrs ud Ekkissrs Springfield Kemtacky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full tone of Borisl Robes and Caskets J f We aref ully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavtefo J show the people every iMi- ooooQaQoQQ co A false Emperor hat ipjuartil m Russia and already baa a leiJowiac c50000 agrarians The official majtrity of Eo J Dap aey Dewoeratk Myrct fCiBMrisH nati k 315t sad VM yfanJftty vtrGOCM lUyaMtMi k I Ml- Burfkn btew qpea tJw safe w UM posteace at Horfsjifc4i ami get amy uvualdo4a THE SPRlNdFlELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 l lJ1 +IJI IJJI tWit I Bear Boys at School i YOU WILL BE DUNCES BOTH OF YOU ES sir progress was arriving at Happy Hollow As far back as the oldest animal could remember a wolf had Teen a wolf a fox had been a fox a bear had been a bear There was no such thing as a youngster becoming wiser than his daddy There never had been =any trying to do things ex cept IIi the good old fashioned ways And soothe seasons came und went If blackberries were plentiful or if Daddy Bear chanced to find a bee tree richly stocked with honey why then the little bears and the big bears all fared well In poor seasons they ate plainer food still It was Happy Hol low But nowprogress was coming There was one sure sign of it An overbear ing young bear who had traveled and r therworld was trying to convince the bears of Happy Hollow that they were far behlnd the times He for one was going to start a school Then the bears who did wish to be up to date might come and get some ideas through their Woolly pates TEe way this upstart talked to bears who were old enough to be his great grandparents was most astonishing It was worse than that it was dlsre moral1nthat is more about things that bears really need to know If there had been a vote on the question the older ones to a bear would have voted against the school but this wiseacre didnt ask for a vote he didnt even ask advice He Just sent Around word that the school would be opened and of course all the young bears were simply wild to go It is a sure sign of progress said the old bears as they doubtfully and dolefully shook their heads They had beard a very old story of how some monkeys who once set about to im prove themselves had become human beings They sincerely hoped no such unhappy disaster would overtake these reckless bears and their newfangled schoolteacherAnd young bears listen to the advice and wisdom of their elders Tot for an Instant Go to scUool they would and go to school they did They were really what you might call head strong and ill behaved The mothers bad awful times getting them ready for of course they must alt have clothes Who ever heard of their going to school just in their bear skins Among the youngsters of Happy Hollow were Jason Bear and Jerry Bear Two more lively creatures It would be difficult to scare up in the woods anywhere Like all their neighbors they were going to school Their mamma had been coaxed and teased mntil she made them a sailor suit apiece Really they did look cute as they started bft down the path hand In band little round sailor hats on their beads their suits all spick and span We must excuse their mamma if she felt Just a little proud of her two boy bears School was to commence at 9 oclock sso the master had said Just thlnkr growled Jerry and Ja tsons papa Now we shall all have to set clocks and watches to know when 3t Is time to start these ilttJ ascals to school I tell you this progessls an EXpensive thing I never had a suit of clothes In my life If Jason and Jerry are as bard on clothes as I think they will be a suit will not last them one summer Well the two bears went along for awhile like two little Sunday schoolboys so proper and careful were they Suddenly Jason a glimpse of Betsy Bunny sitting up with her hind legs and staring with all her might at the two young dandles Betsy Bunny visually law a bear when size saw it y t 1 and also knew enough to keep out of its way But these queer animals walking on two legswhat were they Bunny was trying hard to make rOut uVahIgrowled Jason Bear And with a nimble spring he was down on all fours in a chase after the rabbit Bunny soon led him Into a dense thIck- et where he not only lost track of her but tore his new clothes almost into ribbonsOh exclaimed Jerry when he saw Jason You wont catch a thing when you go home tonight- I didnt catch a thing this morning either replied Jason with some wit They ambled along until they came to a fine blackberry patch The berries were ripe and juicy and the two cbaps were soon smacking their chops us they ate They were there much longer than they thought for a little bear you know has a very large tummy Jerry got his white and pink waist covered with stains all down the front At last they reached the school over an hour late The master looked so stern wearing glasses and a skullcap that their teeth fairly chattered They had run themselves out of breath to make up for lost time and their tongues which were lolling out were stained purple from the blackberries If there had only been others who were late Jerry and Jason would not have been so terribly scared And this was their first day too The master roared at them as they entered Come forward you scamps How dare you enter school at this Ityte hour He raised himself halfway ot the big revolving chair where he sat and the boy bears could see that he had a good sized club in one band They could find no words to explain for they knew they had no excuse You will be dunces both of you as long as you live growled the angry master I have no place for such as you except on the dunces stool And he whacked his desk such a blow that Jerry and Jason Jumped three feet straight up into the air Then handing them each a dunce cap he commanded them both to sit on the one dunce stool rVery they scampered to the high stool for the sight of the club was terrible to them So provoked was the master that he did not hear their les sons once When Jason and Jerry reached home that eveningbut no matter The boys certainly learned several things the first day they went to schoolington Star Lost Her Baby The sheep Is usually set down for a model Of stupidity but a gentleman who has Just returned from a three years trip in the west tells the follow ing storyuI was on borseback a great part of the time and often visited large sheep ranches One day while riding along a mother sheep trotted up to my horse bleating pitifully At last I made out that there was something wrong off toward the left I followed the sheep in that direction and soon found the cause of her distress Her lamb had fallen into a shallow pit and could not get out I lifted the little thing up and the gratltwte in the mother sheeps eyes will always be a source of consolation to me A Riddle Why is a kiss like a scandal Be cause It goes from mouth to mouth i Looking Backtvard My when vacation time began It seemed long as could be But now that its all over it Seems awful short tome If I could only have It all In do all over say I itt you that Id have some funT Planned out for every day TREATING YELLOW FEVER AVnslilnKton Woman Tells how to Handle Stricken Patient A Washington woman who passed through three yellow fever epidemics and who nursed hundreds of patients kept ti record and scrapbook of her ex periences says the Washington Post At the outset she declares that her ex perience has taught her that yellow fever is very simple and requires to be treated differently Prom most fevers All strong medicines and drugs she says are to be avoided as much as pos slble The main point is to recognize the first symptoms which in themselves are so simple that many people have had the fever several days before discovering it land the danger lies at tits start In letting it run too long be fore beginning treatment As soon as the disease is recognized th nurse must see that the patient is put to bed instantly and given a dose of castor oil the first and only dose of medicine necessary The object from that time on is to keep the patient in a mild perspiration induced by orange leaf tea and to prevent vomiting mustard plasters are placed upon the back and stomach Talk and company arc excluded Drafts are avoided br keeping three sides of the bed incited in sheets yet at the same time fresh air must be insured by leaving the windows open Thus the directions 4tlrste ispastThe use of champagne in yellow fever might be regarded as a Joke but as a matter of fact this lady used It with pronounced success It is a light dry wine such as the patient pn about the eighth day can retain on his stomach when whisky or brandy or even port wine would be too strong and heavy Patients must not be allowed to eat too much yet at the same time care must be taken to avoid starving them for in that case they are in danger of dying from overeating during convalescence a thing which according to this lady happened in numerous cases in Galves ton during one of the epidemics Perspiration she says must be kept up yet at the same time care must be taken to avoid sweating the patient to death and when time comes to remote the cover this must be taken off gradually All the remedies must be mild milk must be avoided and care taken to keep the patients digestive In a condition as near normal as posStblf The treatment given by this ladyTms been followed with success with minor variations by old and experienced nurses In the south for a century or more She saved dozens of lives by this treatment How to Uadrf i Under Water Should one have the misfortune to fall Into the water with ones clothes on they form a considerable Incum brance not to say In some circumstances a source of great danger says the Plttsburg Press hence it Is weJlto practice undressing oneself in the water To take off a coat tread water and throw off the garment Boots are disposed of one at a ttmc lying upon the back paddling with one band and undoing the buttons or laces with the other When this Is done push the boot off by pressing with the toes of the other foot upon the heel of the boot that Is being castaway Trousers arc dispensed with as fellows Swim on the back giving short leg strokes undoing the braces or belt as quickly as possible The trousers may now be slipped down to the knee Next paddle with the hands and shako the feet which allows the garment to slip oft how to Make Jelly of Concord Grape To make Concord grape Jelly put the fruit in a large double boiler without adding any water and fill the outer vessel with boiling water Cover and coot until the grapes are so well cook ed that they burst Rub through a colander then strain through a flannel Jelly bog Measure the Juice and allow a pint of sugar to each one of Juice Put the sugar in shallow pans in the open oven stirring often to pre vent scorching until it is heated through Put the Juice into a preserv ing kettle and boll steadily for twenty minutes Turn in the heated sugar boll up once and pour Into Jelly glasses set in a pan of hot water now to Take ilreathlag E = erolae To take breathing exercise stand erect and relax with the bands falling at the sides and a cane held crosswise In front Then Inhale slowly drawing a deep breath at the same time raising the cane gradually until the arms are stretched above the shoulders when the inhalation shaM be completed says the Brooklyn Times Then with a sudden letting go of the breath drop the cane quickly to the back and pause a moment This exercise is of great value to girls and boys with narrow chests or delicate lungs Hnrr to Reat To understand how to rest IS of more importance than to Jinow how to work The latter can be learned If one will give ones wind to it but the former is a faculty some people never acquire Rest necessitates change of scene and activities Lounging is very often tir lag sleeping Is not always restful am1 sitting down with nothing to do is simply to Invoke weariness How to Keep Meats Meat will keep in the hot weather for many days If it is hung in a cur rent of air and covered with a muslin which has been wrung out In vinegar dayJHow to Clean ae Boots ual quantities of molasses vine garland sweet oil mixed with a little linn black cleans boots admirably s r Their Elopement Original What is this story Uoderigo about your having planned an elopement with the rariVbuiiius daughter Oh scuor let us not talk about that Come tell me about it iWell senor I dont like to but if must I must Because Arango had a jood ranch and seveinl thousand sheep Le must expect to wed his daughter to since grandee He was u widower and Juanita was his only child if he had had a son he would not have been so careful of her As It was he watched her more carefully than his sheep which roamed where they liked But Juuuita was never allowed to leave the much lest she meet some young fellow without any property and losing her heart make it unpleasant for the old man and his plans Ihad some capital in Arangott hands and he relied on me to keep the sheep from freezing or starving and to do the sell lug I could not see why he would not favor me for a soninlaw but he did not True I urn twenty years old er thou his daughter but that is not so bad and do not women prefer to marry men older than themselves acted very honorably with Arango asked him for his daughters hand without having first spoken to her In stead of acting like an American and getting the girls heart without permis sionBut din you not try to run away with the girlH s Patidttce senor I am coming to that What you suppose Arango do when I ask him honorably for his daughter He laugh In my face That laugh was the only answer I ever got I bore it a1 best I could but never try to take a mean revenge Arango would never let any young men come to visit at the ranch but his daughter who had been tucatedatt- he convent sometimes had her school mates come to see her One day one of these girls Blanca Savedra came to the ranch She was a tall girl with blue eyes and red cheeks I did not think her beautiful because she hud on her upper lip that suspicion of a mustache which for me would spoil any womans beauty But there was a careless swing with her and an honest bearing that I liked At first she did not take any notice of me but after a time she began to make friends with ine Then I thought Here is a chance to console myself for the loss of Juan ita and at the same time 1e t the old man see that I am not so much disappointed after all Onetime I started in to ask Blanca to be my wife when she threw up her hands and exclaimed II Oh heavens is this the constancy of man Not two months ago you proposed for the hand of my friend and now you are going to propose for mine Here is Juanita dying for love of you who do not deserve to be loved Well I tell iietvthat I did not know that my love for Juanita was return ed Besides Arango would not con sent Would not4t be better to take the girl who was 5free to act for herself You have no pluck she said If i loved a girl who loved me I would elope with her Then for the first time it occurred tome to have revenge on Arango for his Insult Besides If I marry his daughter I must some time share her property with her So I say to Blanca that if she will help mej I will carry off Juauita That is easy she say All you have to do Is to provide relays of horses to the rail fifty miles away I will contrive to get Juanita off the ranch to you and you can get a train before the old man knows of his girls escape In a few days all was ready I had arranged to have a buckboard with the swiftest horse on the ranch near the entrance to the ranch at 11 oclock at night and the two girls were to meet me there I asked Blnucn what reward she expected for her disinter ested action raid she said she acted only through friendship for two lov ers I told her that she must go with us and live with us as long us she liked The truth Is I was more In love with her thnu Juauita but Juauita Would have the ranch some day and It would have been very foolish for me to give her up for Blanca who told me that she had no money at all Dont you think so senor filly all means Go on On the night we were to run away I waited under a clump of trees with the buckboard for the moon Was full and it Was light as day They must have had trouble In carrying out their plans to get away for It was 12 oclock before they came Whey I saw two girls running toward me thought of Arango laughing at me and I laughed out loud myself Along came the girls in the moonlight Blanca pull- Ing Juanita after her When they came up to the buck board I said Be brave Juanita You will never regret this action You will not sweetheart said BltincncHc Is right Blanca put Juanita into the buckboard while I held the reins The horse started too soon and I was obliged to attend to him exclusively When I turned Blanca stood before mo in a woolen shirt and trousers cover ing me with a revolver Git said ii changed voice What could I do Blanca was a man and had planned to run away with Juanita himself Were they forgiven Yes the old man thought It so good a Joke on me that he wrote them to come back BRUCE PARKER r ar f I TIME and TIDE 1 WAIT FOR NO MAN James J GravesTHE JEWELER T 1 HOT WATER BAGS i How to Care For These Hoaaebold Emergency Friend Hot water bags are not cheap things to buy and are rather easily put out of order but this in nine cases out of tends from carelessness or not taking proper care of the bag A lady had an India rubber bag that had got stuck together and she did not know what to do to get it right as the bag was other wise perfectly od The reason of the sticking is that the bag had been put away with no air In it When notus ing a bag drain out the water let It bang bottom side up for a little while then take it down and blow a little air into it Just enough to keep the Inside from coming together jis It would If no air were in in which case the bag la quite sure to be ruined in pulling it apart If you happen to have a bag In this condition put Into it some hot water with a few drops of ammonia Let it remain a few minutes then with a thin dull edged piece of wood try to separate the adhering sides very carefullyIn the hot water bag for use quite boiling water should not be put into it and neither should it be more than hah filled After the water is in It before putting In the stopper carefully press out the steam This makes the bag softer as it is relieved of the pressure the steam makes Nev er fold a rubber bag after it has once been used A flannel bag for covering therubber is very useful and very easily made Washington Star The corner stone of the McKinley monument the gift of thej American people was laid at Canton 0- ChamberlainsI Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURBS Gotighs Colds Croup and whooping Cough This remedy It famous for its cures over aUrg part of the cirilized world It caa always be depended upon It centals no begrenPrice 25 eta Large Size 50 ct- aBargainsFarm pikehandsomelyrailroad station and new flour and grist mill over river from farm with good trade Bothfarm and mill for 12000 i cash96 acres with 5room house good land near Mackville 23QO96ia- cres on county road near Mackville improved 2000127 acres at Card well on pike well improved 2000 countyfarmsat price 560 an acre310 acres Mercer county farm as good as any 100 land rice 60 an acre100 acres in two miles Harrodsburg on pike a bargain at price 60 an acrel71 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre producingonly 35 an acreAndmany other properties Write me if you wish to or W T EwiNG Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY B test tfEvery courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets andJJurUl Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 If you are behindhand in meeting your engagement it isnt my fault If you wear one of my watches it tells you the precise time of day WllSSr T IE 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 Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 188- 0CAPITAL550000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman vlc ePretdest- J A Bonlwara CMhier Chas M McChord Aaat Qukler H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson WLGniuwu HaydoaJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooooooobooo ilUiIQi National Bank j aoF 0SPRINGFIELD KENTDCTY 2 Q CAPITAL 55tW0 8 Surplus and Undivided r Profits 25000 gOFFICEBa r a B L Lltsey President JohnWLewlaVicefita 0 S L B Cain Asat Cashier Q 0SE Foster Bookkeeper DDIFIECTOBS Lewfc aSIdner Green F X cP1geD gH 3L Gay arJnoOPoliL Q- We grant every favor coaairteat with safe banking If you bare j not already an account witk tm 5- a bank we invite your patroaage ii 0000000000000 ooooooooooooooooooooooooowQ HAYDON Sc THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STARE Springfield Kyr Nice Outfits For Trrrdi fMa 5 L0000000 000 q YOUNEEDIT SAL VE- CURIES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dn J W Thomas Hodgenvflte Kyit ors of the very few salves which abaolwtaly cures piles As an evidence ofita WMK derful curative propertWB Dr ThewM now has on file in his office 1431 ttatir monials coming from people whe haft been cured or greatly benefited epMt year This is anew salve having beea on the market about one sad tilt 1426 testimonials come as a reeultf of titsale of 2646 boxes Fa Sale By Afi Dnlfiis1s t 1DRJ W THOMAS Hod envffle Ky IOOQOC JJvJ THE SPR1NGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEMBER 22 1905 t 1 V i Carriage Trimming + Maruss Re palrlar ialllli KtpiiriHg irL prepared to do work Xof this nature in the best and W most satisfactory manner + Nothing but the best material used and satisfaction guar teed An old buggy top madegood an olclsaddle made comfortable an 4oldset of harness + shong1 That is what we guarantee 41liThat is what yqiunay + Expect Give us a trial i 1 ALLEN BEGEMAN + CARDWELL Turkeys are all gone at this place The highest price paid was 11 J and 5c on the head Several from here were shopping in Harrodsburg last week Mrs WH Littrell and Mrs J T Mobily visited at S 0 Miltons last week near Harrodsburg Little Golda May Willhamlhas the whooping cough KG Holiday and J A Kyler went to Danville Monday with two nice horses which they will enter in the sales at B G Fox stable Mr Bert Lambert and family have moved to Mayo Mr E T Perkins and family visited Albert Tatum Friday and Saturday at Harrodsburg The infant of W L Graham has been Tcry sick for several days but is better at this writing Mrs R L Kyler sold fiftyeight turkeys at llc and 2c on the head They brought her S11L84 Who says there is no money in turkeys Mr Robert Cunningham sold his farm of SO acres to Goldman Patterson Jr for 25 per acre There are thirty acres of Chaplin river bottom on this farmE G Holiday bought of W L Gra ham a fiveyearold horse for 125 s H Gardener bought of E W Sommers a sevenyearald mare for 110 J Durr bought of N Oldham one twoyearold filly for 88 J R Ward from Abner Foster one Cow and calf 35J1 LONG RUN Mr John Cocanougher isat home low after ten weeks stay with his son who lass the fever g Mr Bert Coyle of Springfield is with his brother J M Coyle this week Mr Jim Best is on the sick list Mrs Laura Beet and daughter Mrs Ida Coyle spent Monday with Mr and Mrs James Best Miss Mattie Begley spent Saturday and Sunday with Msg Ella Montgomery of SpringfiekL Mrs Parlee Cocanougher has returned home after a weeks stay with jfifherus Cocanougher The prayerfmeeting at Beech Grove fs getting along nicely All invited to attendMiss Lettisha Carpenter is thejguest of her aunt Mrs Katie Coyle this week Little Katie Best spent Saturday night with her greatgrandmother selling at from 1100 121 cents The hunting season has opened but rabbits and birds are scarce Owning to the dry weather there is sot much doing in tobacco Com is selling at 175 to 2per busheL JuSt over the Washington county line at Antioch church the Methodist brethern are having a good meeting Therewill be a Thanksgiving service at Pleasant Hill church All are in rited wIIITEa3 Cream Vermifuge TIE lUUiNTEEl WORMREMEDY THE CWLMEMS FAVORITE TONIC N MMTATtCN THE EtHHNC fllCMIW NNLT B- TalUrdSuWdUiiInirt Co TLOUI 11L 1ti ti lt PROFIT IN DUCK RAISING A Class of Poultry Well Adapted to All Sections Comparatively few persons In the poultry business raise ducks A great many more might do so There art some distinct points of advantage says V M Crouch in American Poultry Add vocate With us here ou Long Island the Pekiii Is the most popular variety lu fact about the onlybreed that is kept but that does not prove by any means that It Is the best for every locality and under all circumstances Wlien ever really good ducks are produced the demand forthein steadily increases Ducks are well adapted to all see lions and a few canJse profitably grown almost anywhere The houses need to be built on the same general plus as those for chickens Although ducks are a water fowl they require well drained and dry houses A building ten feet square on the ground eight feet high In front und live feet in the rear makes a nice house for ducks The necessary fixtures on the inside of the house are few and simple For inside care feeding troughs drinking fountains and shell and grit dishes complete the furnishings No nest boxes are required In raising duck lings fences only one foot high are re quired Separate brooder or brooding houses depending on the size of the flock may be used same as for chickens here are thousands of ducks in the country that are nothing more than common or mongrel stock Others are called Pekiiis and are produced by breeding Pckm drakes on white ducks Such stock are often very good layers but they do not grow and mature like the thoroughbred reklns and their flesh Is Inferior after they reach market size For rapid growth hardiness and good layers I believe no breed of ducks surpasses the Peklns yet there are others that approach themIn a general way very closely such as the Ayles bury and Rouen For laying purposes the Indian Runner ducks have made some great records They are small nonsltters hardy and the flesh Is fine In quality but they do not fatten readily For they are In ducks what the Leghorn are In land fowls Care For Chicken Qiolcrn A small piece of well cooked corn bread a liberal pinch of ground black pepper three or four small pieces of cooked fat meat several pieces of finery cut red pepper four to eight drops turpentine regulate by age of fowl Soften slightly so that It will stick together after mixing thoroughly Force this down the throats of the fowls Give plenty of fresh drinking water and keep corn before the fowl all the time Isolate the fowl and repeat the dose at least four times a day but give only two or three drops of turpentine after first dose I have never lost a fowl when treated as above stated I have cure chickens with a single feed ingMrs L Bodes In Southern Plant er Feeding Cat Bone October is the month to begin feed Ing green cut bone to the hens and pullets Intended for winter layers It should be started with a ratio of an ounce to each bird fed once each day We like to feed It In a mash at night In this way It becomes very evenly dis tributed and each fowl is pretty sure to get Its share Birds Intended for exhibition can be fed green cut bone to advantage as It rounds out the bird and adds luster to the plumage Cockerels should be fed sparingly as too much is liable to cause an abnormal growth of comb mt fed dlscrlmjnately Is excellent Western Poultry Journal Novel DroPPIDR Beard Among the advantages of the drop ping board for a poultry house here- wIth shown are ease of cleaning and disinfection The board Is simple of SLATING DROP BOARD construction and the droppings can be easily scraped Into a box at the outside of the building The merits of this de- vIce are apparent at a glance Dmclu Kicg Producers Ducks seem to be coming more into favor An experiment was carried on some years ago In France to determine the relative value of hens and ducks as egg producers Three birds of each sort were selected for the trial Be tween the 1st of January and the 31st of August the three hens laid 27 eggs and the three ducks 402 eggs Moreover In the autumn of the previous year the ducks had produced 215 eggs after the hens had ceased laying Moisture In Chicken House I have a remedy for moisture In the poultry house writes a Pennsylvania farmer In American Agriculturist In the fall I gather half a hundred bags of oak leaves and spread enough on the floor to cover It well Among these I scatter the grain and watch the leaves fly Beats a hay tedder The leaves also give a pleasant odor When tolled with droppings the old ones are removed and fresh ones put i- nEerr CHURCH DECORATIONS How the Best Effects Can Be Secured With Christmas Greens Palms and other potted plants are usually used in the Christmas decor tion of the church but a much finer effect can be secured by grouping these jit points away from the altar aril dec orating that with vines or evergreens says a writer in the St Louis Globe Democrat If holly is procurable it can be massed about the altar and arranged along the chancel ruilln a carelessly artistic way and be made much uiore effective than nn potted plants as the latter always have a more or less formal air about them in spite of all efforts to rivoid it If you have tall palms place them Ili the backgroundIf holly and evergreens and flowering plants are used do not combine them but keep the llowers to one side The two do not harmonize Oe kills the other to make use of the terns which artists use to express in harmonious combinations of colors In this case it is not so much a clash of color as it is of individuality Holly berries and leaves require nothing in the shape of flowers to bring out their beauty but show to the best advan tage by themselves or when used with evergreens In wreathing the chan eel rails fasten the sprays to a rope or cord with fine wire or string and do not attenpt any regularity in size or shape of festoons when you come to put the wreathing in place Aim toproduce an unstudied effect A charming effect Is produced by sprinkling the leaves of holly or ever green with mucilage and sifting pow dered mica over This will glisten in the evening like frost If the supply of holly berries is limited crystallized grasses can be worked in effectively There arc varieties of shrubs grow ing In swampy places which bear scar let fruit for the holly If holly leaves are not procurable go to the florist or sonic person having a private green house or conservatory and borrow an old plant of English ivy Throw the vines over the altar letting the ends of the branches trail on the floor at sides and front Among the dark green foliage which should be washed before using to bring out its glossy beauty fasten the ber ries gathered In the swamp and use grasses among them if you choose Some of the berrles can be dipped In mucilage and duste1 with mica and combined with the s nrlet clusters The frosty white and gl wing scarlet bar monize well and contrast strongly and heighten the effect of each other The delicate misses that are found in pine forests can be made effective in church decorations provided they are properly prepared Wound on cord or wire In such a way that the lengths are not too thick and heavy there Is nothing more suitable for festoon ef fects How to Arrange the Christmas Menu It Is possible to preserve all or most of the Christmas traditions without serving a prostrating menu Avoid having too many things to eat with the turkey or the roast pig Certain vege tables belong to each but there Is no use in having them all Have only one heavy dessert plum pudding or mince pie vith the ice cream Have a light salad course and a light soup leaving room for the substantials with out danger of Indigestion How to Give Novel Dance Some merry girls gave an entertain ment last Christmas which was unique The Invitations were for a Christmas dance and all were asked to come In costumes representing fruits and veg etables The rooms were decorated as- tor a barn dance the mantels and cor ners banked with celery cranberries holly and bunches of yellow maize made from crape paper When the guests arrived the rooms looked like an animated kitchen garden says the Ladles Home Journal One girl was lovely In pate green cheesecloth abun dantly trimmed with celery leaves An other was a veritable Ceres In corn eel or and masses of wheat and poppies The men wore enormous boutonnieres of celery tops carrots and parsley Their grotesque appearance seemed to inspire a certain humorous contagion to their spirits and the affair wus unto versally conceded to have been a great success How to Make Plum Padding Sauce A sauce without brandy Is made fit follows One tablespoonful of corr starch one tablespoonful of butter one pint of boiling water one egg onehalf cup of sugar Put cornstarch egg and sugar In a bowl and mix them well Pour over them the boiling water an stir over the fire until thick Add any flavoring How to Play Snapdragon Snapdragon Is a Christmas game handed down from time immemorial A broad shallow bowl has a quantity of raisins In the bottom and over these alcohol or brandy ls poured and Ignit ed The dish is then passed everybody in turn trying to take a raisin from the flames It requires rapidity of movement and a certain amount of courage to perform this feat the entire company meanwhile singing the an dent song Here he comes with flowing bowl Dont he mean to take his toll Snip Snap Dragon Take care you do not take too much Bo you greedy In your clutch Snip Snap Dragon How to Make Mutton Tallow L For family use buy the fat nearest the kidneys cut it up la inch squares It In the oven In a spider or baking fin and let It cook till the clear fat separates from the scraps Then strain it oft into a dish to cool Beef tallow Is made the same way and is a Hue remedy for ingrowing nails vfc J J Jt jf 1tl tx a COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky Clara B Royalty admr of Geo B Royalty deceased and Clara B Roy ngainstWllheRoyalty ants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1905 in proceedtoDECEMBER 29 1905 at 10 oclock a m or thereabout to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described prope- rlY to wit 1 A certain tract of land situated in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a falling red GeorgeSatterlybuckeyes and white walnut corner to L H Seay thence with Seay S 8 W 213 poles to white oak corner to J T Durr thence S 76 JE 18 poles to a white locust in a drain corner to Easen thence with Easen S 37 E 22 to a willow opr site the mouth of the drain polestowith same to the center of a road at gate corner to Wesley Graham thence with same a straight line to a branch 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 thence with the said turnpike to the junction of the Duganville pike thence with center of same to the beginning Con taining 135 acres more or less except a roadway reserved for benefit of Wesley Graham farm For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and the force and effect of preparedtoM G LEACHMAN M C W C C COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky W A Charley c Puff against Ethel Shewmaker c 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 Ouse doorm Springfield Ky on NOVEMBER 27 1905 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout be hIghestbidderof 6 and 12 months the following described property towit A house and lot situated in the town of Mackville Washington county Ky andliounded as follows Fronting on Main street thence with J A Clarks line running north thence with same line running west to Rochester avenue thence with said avenue to Main street td beginningFor price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bonds bear ing legal interest from date of sale un til and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these termsM G LEACHMAN M C W C C COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky J E Mattingly Adm Etc Plff against George Mattingly c Defts Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court renderedat the October term thereof shallproceedHouse door in Springfield Ky on NOVEMBER 27 1905 At 2 oclock p m or thereabout be highestbidderof 6 and 12 months the following de scribed A tract of landsituated in the west ern art of Washington County and bounded on the north by lands of J E Mattingly east by the lands of PeterGravesand Chas Kelty on the south by lands of Young and Willis AlphonzoJohnsonFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchases with approved security or execute bonds bear ing legal interest from date of sale un effectofquired to comply promptly with these termsM G LEACHMAN M C W C C Eight persons were killed and thirty others seriously injured in a tornado November 5 at Mountain View Okla homa No Poison in Chamberlains Cough Remedy HeraldTwoNew South Wales Australia had an analysis made of that market Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all This exception was Cham berlains Cough Remedy made by the Chamberlain Company Des Moines Iowa U S A The absence of all narcotics makes this the safest and best that can be hadand it is with a feeling of security that any mother can give it to her little ones Chamberlains rough Remedy is espec ially recommended by its makers for coughThisdonThe r United States consul f Odessa wires that probably 3500 Jels were killed and 12000 wounded In th attacks pa eupon them y DR MILES AntIPa1 Pm Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also relieve every other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci AguePainsdown pains Dizzanefi and overexertion heat intense mental effort colds im digestion or any cause that depresses excites w agitates the nerves So sensitive are they that tile least pressure or strain causes suffering By south They are sold by druggists 250 a bax wmitr guarantee that the first box will benefit or awe refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO XfaKt 1L SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under thlshead all persons who are sub charKeadvertiICmentsfarm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but in serted in another department of the paper very t low rates G F Mayes Texas has for sale four shoats win weigh 75 pounds I have for sale eight nice shoats weighing from 65 J D Stanfield Lebanon Ky Rt 3 has for sale a fivemonthsold calf I have for salea lot of fine bronze turkeys Toms 350 and hens 250 BETTIE SPAULDING F Mudd Fredericktown has for IF white Leghorn roosters at 1 each Ben Edwards route 1 Springfield has for sale a good work mule 15 hands high Single line mule trader w I Miss Annie E Mcintire McIntire turkeysd9nger250 J L Pardieu Springfield has for sale hay in any quantity Mrs R A Mclntire R F D No 2 has for sale Mammoth Bronze turkeys These turkeys are descendants of the wellknown poultry yards of Mesdames Jacksonand Owens noted Ky breed ers Orders taken now for December delivery Prices toms 350 hens 250 SYCAMOREVALLEY Quite a number of young people from this vicinity attended the pie supper at Willisburg Saturday night Mr and Mrs Thomas Praither Mrs- Arma Godley and Mrs W E Sutherland were in Springfield shopping Sat Cora Mcllvoy and children of Sweet Retreat spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Willisburg Mrs Sue Merritt of Willisburg spent last Tuesday and Wednesday with Mrs Thomas Prather There was a family reunion at Mr Z P Leachmana last Wednesday the following persons were present Mr Mit Leachman B Leachman and wife Mr Robert Thompson wife and chil dren Mrs Wilson mother of Mr Leachman Mrs Gregory and Miss Nellie Reed All had a pleasant day Mrs Leachman was assisted in entertaining by her daughter Mrs Godley Miss Flossie Armstrong spent last week with her aunt Mrs John Walls at Pleasant Grover I like the snggestion that the Prai thers Creeks correspondent made in regard to the reunion of the correspon dents to meet in Springfield next slimmer We will all meet and have a good time When You Nave a Bad Coal onlygivenent cure You want a remedy that will relieve the lungs and keep expectoration easy You want a that will counter pneumoniaYou and safe to take- Chamberlains Cough remedy meets all of these requirements and for the speedy and permanent cure of bad colds stands without a peer For sale by C J Haydon n Dr Miles AaUPala Pill Cure Headache Indigestion Nervousness Sleeplessness m poundsROSA All Pain Nerve IsIweakeaisginfluence aernyDrMiles The Illinois Central Railroad Offers extremely low round trip rates to points m Mississippi and Lefine iana including NEW ORLEANS Nov 2l Dec 5 and 1906 Tick ets allow liberal stopovers ai good 21 days for return Low Rand Trig Rates Tr points in ARKANSAS INDIAN Tn- RITORY OKLAHOMA said TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays of each monthCheap excursion rates to HOT SPRINGS ARK via Meaaphjg Only I line running personally conducted ex cursion sleepers from LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA ARIZONA NEW MEXICO and TEXAS Farming In The S ntiil The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Conpaay k issuing monthly circulars coacenyfcg Fruit Growing Vegetable Gahkraf Stock Raising Dairying etc kt tht States of Kentucky Wilt T i eeeee Mississippi and Louisiana a Every far mer or housekeeper who trill fer lArd his name and address to tke taiiliel signed will be matted free eircvlax Nos 1 to 11 inclusive For rates tickets etc applyto tit nearest railroad agent or aiinaa F W HARLOW D P A ille Ky SprtitfitU IIerkltiic Bacon HJUQS 15c Sides 1SV Beeswax 24c per poun- dBniter15cto99operms ChickensHens Spriatr1c Dried apples Saper poaai t Ducks 8c per pound Corn 3Ce l75o to 8Be per hIMIIEggs S8c per doses- Feathers45c per pouad rPlourStsfltol Ginseng 8750 per pomL Oraln Wheat 850 cnna8lao HldeaGreem 9Hc to IOKe Lard 12Kc per pooad 0 Lime to SLoo per fteL r Mm luctaBnm 1100slaipsNl41Vpsr t 100 ponnd- ePotatoesConatrySSc Onions JL09 8 lt L45 and JL8S pwr Wrr L Turkeys10 per tcoTallow 4c per poundbYlnegai S5o to 4oc per gallou WpolBarrgaadgressyl43fie cliaeK c grease tub waahei1le 7r Country Sorghum iScte 5Ss GeeeeCOcapeka Onion 11 New York dailllatheantKelection ofllcmk lii iY e