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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 t infltth h iCJr r j = EVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY A t II t t i Y1CIMEL r SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 + NIMIER II J BURLEY t GROWERSJ ailla Their Attempt to Organize 31 and They Are Now at I the Mercy ofthe Trust f RFor the third time the effort to or the urley tobacco growers hasJ resulted in failure but from a different cause than the first attempts Two I consecutive years the companies organized for this purpese have secured con trolof enough of the crops to dictate prices but at the last moment were made victims of the trusts treachery and failed to secure the money to finance the organizations This season the conditions are reversed arid they lave no tobacco But little more than 16 per cent of the 182000000 pound crop has been secured This is the date on which the Company was to begin receiving the crop but the Board of Directors at a meeting held Thursday decided that further efforts were useless that they were so far from the required amount nothing could be done in the short time remaining The action of the Board is explained in the address printed below While this lack of interest on the part of the growere and their failure to respond promply may be attributed as the cause of the defeat of the move ment they are not tobe censured In past seasons the best local organizers were put in the field meetings were held in every precinct the growers thoroughly informed and in return they gave ready tien too the failures to secure financialbacking naturally lessened confidence in this third attempt On the other hand after securing the money necessary to meet all con tracts the leaders anticipted no trouble in securing an equally as large per cent of the present crop as was secured the put two seasons They were of the opinion that the experience of the past year had fully demonstrated thec possibilities and wisdom of organization to every grower and that when asked they would eagerly assign their crops DIRECTORS STATEMENT Cincinnati 0 Nov 25 1905 To the Burley Tobacco Growers of the White Burley District trp It becomes our duty to make the following announcemen- tIt is so evident that the farmers and growers do not intend to accept the proposition made to them in Contract A by this Company that it is useless to waste either time or money in push ing it further On September 27 this Company wasI incorporated and organized for busi Mess Since that date the work has been pushed with vigor and unflagging energy The entire district has been thoroughly canvassed and the grower informed and instructed as to the intent and meaning the object and pur poses of organization and that it would be a permanent protection to all the growers of white Burley tobacco The financial arrangements were made as far back as July to pay for this tobacco public and county meet ings held all through the heart of the L Burley district the plans and objects fully explained 60000 letters were sent to the growers and every growers name and address was obtained and he was fully instructed and informed A blank form of Contract A was sent to every grower mere than 41 000 in number together with letter of instruction and urgent appeals to sign sand return to this Cipany Contract A clearly set fortSfliL prices terms and conditions promisSg an average a grading at the least ten cents on the crop It seems that either the price ror terms or both were not satisfac tory as the responses are a strong in 4 dication that the growers most emj = phatically decline to accept them There is no other conclusion to arrive at for the reason that we spent all the money and labor necessary to reach every grower witha copy of At for him to sign and a very larg v majority of them have declined as is shown by the report below A proposition embracing so many d sirble benefits and so well to meet the depressing circumstances that now confront the grower was serer before submitted 10 per nun f 4drd average was promised the grower tforahe entire output of the Burley tc bacco grown during thet 1905 t vrh rch pmposatloahadutxeie ctepted bye groirersj would brought H 4hemmany millions of dollars go that t A tfJ v flIIf f in our opinion the grower by refusing tD sign his tobacco to this Company has himself defeated the most liberal propo sition that has ever or ever will be made to a people looking towards bet tering their condition not only for this year but for the future Its adoption and progress under proper management would not only have insured better prices for the pres ent crop but placed the businessof producing white Burley tobacco upon more stable permanent and reliable basis The proposition was so put that the grower had nothing to risk and everything to gain as it did not interfere with or delay the regular movement of the crop The best business judgment of a large number of leading growers well versed in the business and the situation passed upon our plan of organization and proposition as set forth in contract A and pronounced it not only good busi ness but a proposition embracing just what the situation demanded and the grower stood so much in need of as looking to permanent protection in the business of raising white Burley to plan to make it easy on the grower to takestock in a Company that would absolutely control its own product having no competition was declared in every way wprthy of the full est measure of success It stood in need of nothing but the spontaneous support of the growers themselves this has not receivedAThis Company is fully organized for business has no liabilities A statement will be made up and can be had by any stockholder desiring it all subscriptions of stock made payable in tobacco now become null and voidLAll contracts A received by us will be destroyed as they are worthless after this date All are now at liberty to sell their tobacco to whom they please anoj if you have reasonto think you can do better than our offer we sincerely trust you will realize your expectations FROM MRIAWKINS Have you ever been in the court room and heard these awful words to the condemned prisoner You shall be hanged by the neck till you are dead dead dead and may God have mery on your soul It seemed as sad a picture to me when on Wednesday I heard the report of the Burley Tobacco Company and thought of the sorrow it would bring to the hearts of the ones who had toiled so hard for the betterment of self and family No one not in direct touch with the office will ever know of the Herculean task the officers of the Company set for themselves nor how faith fully they have performed their task and duties To give some idea qf what has been done I will passingly mention that twenty clerks have been at work with rush orders and in the last twenty days over 60000 letters have been mailedover 40000 contracts were mailed direct to the grower and ourIworthy President working night andt day with tireless energy All gone for naught and the people say We will have none of your help we cyan attend to our own affairs with the cooperation of the tobacco trust You lost money last year because the Company held you on and got for you the bestprice you have gotten for years Well we wont hold you now and you are your own master Do the best you can and may God have mercy on the man you owe money to W B HAWKINS t fight With Convicts Four convicts last Friday made 5 desperate attempt to escape from theI penitentiary at Jefferson City Mo by blowing up the prison gate with nitrd glycenn A running fight through the streets followed all four of the prisoners finally b ing captured Two prison officers were killed and a third officer was wound d Two of the convicts were wounded one of them fatally HILLSBORO Miss Pearl Barr of Springfield vis ited Misses Maud and Eva Inman last week toea visit with relatives here andat Har rodsburg Missdlast Tuesday We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Uriah Shewmaker which oc curred Sunday night The remains were interred in the Willisburg cemetery ithe following slay We extend condolence to the bereavedsues 1 f f P i Subscribe for 100 year JlIfJ4l iiun J j f s vim o jOOIIoOO OIOOooooooo oooo 1 THANKSGIVI1VG 19Oo sl1IEvery days Thanksgiving if you live your life aright EVery days Thanksgiving if you look up to the light 0 ii very days Thanksgivingbut today we cele rate W 0 round the family altar with enough on every plate o t So father carve the turkey s rAnd mother cut the pie f The of glad thanksgiving o Brings a sparkle to the eye o- D of paytoDa Y I Every days Thanksgiving when the heart is full of hope of I days Thanksgiving if still up and on we grope 0 0yesY days Thanksgivingbut ttay we gather round There the laughter of the childr is the sweetest music found So father wield the carvero 3 IAnd mother pass Thanksgiving songs are ringing- Till the very rafters shake Iyc auks iving for Gods mercies that are shed upon our way io nd praise the God of Harvests for this glad Thanksgiving Day virery days Thanksgiving for weve blessings and to spare very days Thanksgiving if we live life on the square Iccvery days Thanksgiving but today the kindred ties a ntly draw us close together where the oldtime homstead lies i- So father ask the blessing And mother say Amen Thanksgiving day is dawning o againjianksgiving road we stray 0 o pcsing our songs of g adness on this good Thanksgiving Day fiery days Thanksgiving let the skies be gray or blue very days Thanksgiving if our hearts beat strong and true 0 I ery days Thanksgivingbut today is best of allt o r we gather round the table in response to mothers call 0So father lead the singing 0With dour strong and lusty bass To And mother head the column With a smile upon your face 0so jianksgiving heartfelt honest and we sing along the way o 0 ngs olpraise unto the Master for this blest Thanksgiving Day o o IQ oIIIIoIooO IoIoooaIIoopo HORNETS NESTs Stir dJp By Visit of State Reve nu Agent frank A Lucas Fran A Lucas of Paducah revenue agent r the State at large is at the Coun tlerks office here and will be there lull Saturday for the purpose of listing roperty fo r taxation that it isr allegedas not be n assessed A few weeks jo the rec rds of the County Cjerksffice wer carefully searched for theast five y ars and where ever the reeds show t iat notes have been executl for land the person to whom these rtes are made payable is notified to appir before he Revenue Agent and listiame Me re than five hundred noticenave been sent to citizens of c nty and there is a constant streanof callers at the County Clerks office In most cases it appears that the noes have been turned into cash and irestediin other lands and that land ted in that case the notes hav ing Prinal them Death of Mr Riney Mi W T Riney aged about fifty fivedied Thursday morning atO oclck at his home in the St Rose neigberhood of consumption Mr Rinr had been in declining health for Born time and his death was not un expeted He contracted a severe spelof lagrip last winter from which he liver fully recovered M Riney was an excellent citizen andx Christian gentleman His death is spurned by many people Te deceased leaves a wife arid eight chilren to whom the sympathy of the conn unity is extended It Riney was a devout member of theSt Rose Catholic church from whh church funeral services occurred lasfFriday morning Farm For Rent For Cash A Frederickstown Kyof about 110 acre river and creek bottom laud b acrs in corn and tobacco 30 acres i tinthy balance oats and grass Two terint houses stock barns and new to baijso barn for 7 acres Apply to tf CONNORi LFrA falserEmperor u has appeared in jRosia and already h8f a following of 50tiagranans f t i Jit fiJf tof wCAMr Hansfor Willham and sister Miss Lillie attended church at Battle SundayMr Conyer spent Sunday wi W L Graham We are glad to report Miss Irma Gra ham of Sharpsville much better at this writing E T Perkins and family spent Sunday with his mother at Battle H J Brown and E G Holiday were Harrodsburg Saturday on business Several from here were in Springfield Monday Saturday was a busy day for Card well Sheriff Masters notified the ple that he would be here on that day to collect taxes so he was kept at work all day It made us think we were a tending county court in Springfield Robert Shilton bought from Jame- Derringer one tract of land known as the John Hendren farm on Three Lick r forl000 J A Kyler sold to Charley Pinkston n nfnty acres of land known as theJames Royalty farm for 3000 Possession Jan 1 Mr Kyler will have asale soon We expect to have more land sales eport next week Stock Sales E G Holiday and H J Brown to Colman Walters of Harrodsburg 1 steers at 3 and 31 cents 4 heifers a 2J cents 4 cows at 1J to 3 cents 17 hogs average 200 pounds at 4 J cents Jeremiah Adkerson to J A Kyler 6 200 pound hogs at 41 J S Newby to J A Kyler 3 steers 23 to 3 cents J A Kyler to Sanders Norton 15 steers at 365 Average 1170 pounds From same 10 yearling steers at 3 centsN R Wood bought from Sanders Norton 10 steers at 3i cents Floris Lay bought from W A Roberts 1 milch cow 25 E G Holiday sold to party unknown 1 black mare 105 A Farm For Sale I desire to sell my farm known as the Jno S McElroy farm situated one mile from town on the Willisburg pike 0It contains 102 acres and is the best coonnt Has on a new rnof three good tenant houses plenty water orchard and in fact everything that goes to make up firstclass farm LUTHER BURNS One trainman was killed and five others inured in a wreck on the Penn sylvania railroad at ThompsontownlPa + Death of Mrs Hyatt The sudden death of Mrs Amanda Hyatt at her home at Willisburg last Monday morning came as a severe to her children and friends Mrs retired on Sunday evening in her usual good health but when she was called to breakfast at an early hour on Monday she did not respond and upon investigation it was found thatshe was dead her death having been caused oy rheumatism of the heart Mrs Hyatt was the mother of Drs MW Hyatt this place and W W Hyatt of Willisburg Besides these two chil M dren she leaves two daughters Mrsn Ezra Jones and Mrs Miller Birch alsoa Willisburg fhbetweenmorning as she was up shortly before of oclock attending to the wants of her grandchildrenThe was about sixtyseven of age and had been living in Washington county about eight years having moved here from Anderson county She was a devout member ofaGlensboro Baptist church of Anderson was a beautiful Christian chat acter Funeral services were conducted at Willisburg Tuesday morning by Rev Atkins of the Baptist church after which interrment occurred in the is cemetery at that place Mrs Hyatts husband died about three years ago The deceased was a Miss Moore and was born on Hardins creek in this county She was married to Mr Hyn att in March 1860 In her death the community loses a lovable Christian woman and the chIl- dren a kind and affectionate mother the sorrowing ones The Sun extends sympathy MACKVILLE Owing to the beautiful Sabbath there as a large crowd attended church at place yesterday- Mr Si Johnson and Mr Steele have sold their farm near Willisburg and contemplate moving to this place Mr James Graves of Springfield thion the 23 lust a seven pound boy On last Sunday morning in parlors of Rev Wm Yancey Mr Harry L Turner and Miss Janie Arnold were united in the holy rites of matrimony Mrs Turner is charming young woman and is loved by her many friends The room is a prosperous young farmer wish them success and happiness on their matrimonial sea givePcea supper Thanksgiving e benefit of the new Christian church invitedtMiss Bertha Gabbart of Rose Hull SundaysMr Bud Galispie and wife of Har- odsburg passed through here today enroute to Hillsboro to visit the latters parents IMinor Bottom bought a horse at Har rodsburg last wjeek There will be Thanksgiving services Tliltisdo r morning Also at the Methodist a number of our citizens attended county court at Springfield Mon day Our mail carrier Mr P 0 Camp fetw lla be able to resume his duties Rumor we are to have a wed ding Thanksgiving day Our telephone business is in progress nicely Visitors will scarcelyknow u little village on passing through Death of Mr Shewmaker T i Died at the home of Mrs Riley Sun day evening at five oclock U rich Shewmaker after a lingering illness o f consumption Mr Shewmaker had turned only a short time ago from North Carolina where he had spent several months thinking he would be benefitted but in yam He Ieavesai wife and two small children to mourn his loss i ltftfIrMr and Mrs Peyton havereturn to her home after taking a bridal trip ot two weeks to Nashville Mr Peyton is very highly cotrplimen teaV a nice gentleman We aye glftdtojh4 him so wellspokenqg = ariedWe o our sikc She as mint noble traits of character Wewish them along and happy life it o LB lit fM w iJr1tt IIt 1 P f SEVEN KILLED By Fellow Men in Mercer Cotter This Year Time for Reform Harrodsburg Democrat We are getting nearly as bad asBreathitt county Abe Danny got him a man These were two comments heard onday just after the killing of the Scott The firstwas by an aged nd respected white citizen The t ofrThey reflect the opinionn and points view of two classes of citizens upon the occasion of the snuffing out of hu gooflcitizensror The other class look upon homicide lightly and by some the killer is regarded with something like awe and respect And this latter claw v not confined to the negroes To tots astmanly and to kill a fellow man to looked upon too lightly Under any circumstances the taking of human life a horror and the man who sends that soul into eternity has much to answer for It is a sad fact that the fires of seven men have been taken by fellows men in Mercer county since the begin ing of the year Four of these have been shot to deaththree of them within the space of two hundred feet on main street of Harrodaburg JJthe other near town Two more hare been heated unto death within the city limits Only one of these crimes itchargeable to the county Besides this there have been numerous eel shooting scrapes and grievous wrinflictedAnd has been the result 0ne little negro boy has been sent to the House of Reform for shooting to death his boy companion in wanton muchief Two deaths have gone into forgetful ness without anyone beJag caKod isanswer Save the little boy there has seen no convictionand there in prose ofnone unless it be in the last case to shock the commnity Where does the fault fie r Primarily with the community where publicsen timent is not strong enough against the taking of life Secondarily with the courts and juries who heed this sentiment and fail to convict Thetman who takes life should be to the strictest and most ri accounting When he taxes the life of another he also takes his own life into his hands and he should be regarded as a criminal and a threat to society until he proves beyond a doubt that he was justified m the awful deed The man who goes about armed is a coward and a menace to good society If he were made te r feel this he would discard his ra Then he would neithercreatePorube I ready for trouble Human Kie is tee precious however poor or ignorant ec insignificant it may be to be ruthlessly cutoff The people of Harrodsburgand Mer cer county should arouse theinselTCSiti meet the situation The should COB demn and ostracise killers ivwouldb killers The good people should mike their influence felt for reform along rthis line The juries should convict A few hangings hereabouts would have most wholesome effect LONG RUN Little Laura Mri James Beets child rislicK wtuf pneumonia J Mr and Mrs West Kimberlin visiteell Mr Thomas Kimberlin Sunday Misses Mattie Begley and Grace Cocanougher were attlnido Saturday Mr Bert Coyle returned hoMe to v rreThe Fenwick boys will give an enters hoveSatuidarociotk admission 10 and 15 ceiN HenryHolderman vthe gun went off shooting him throoclt- lth fo t i SwrefiM firorn this place attended the Sundaydday with Mrs Kate Coyle spendingT itfew days with her e Mrs Sarah Cea t e nrriirr f t w destroyed a1 asJargethetown it y t- THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 19l MR BRYr ANSJAP-A pretty Story of How Mr Bry fe an Cared For a homeless Japanese Yam a chi ta Yaschichuro widely known as Bryans Jap is now act ingras official guide for W J Bryan in his journey through Japan and is en joying an opportunity of repaying in part the hospitality he received for several years at Mr Bryans home Miss Grace Bryan and William J Bryan Jr have been guests at the home of Yamachita in Tokio while Mr and Mrs Bryan have been enter tained by Field Marshall Ito Yamachita has been married since his return to Tokio last year and has a home in Tokio which Miss Bryan characterizes as too cunning for any thing He has become prominent as a speaker and is aching the ambif tion of becoming identified with the politics of Japan The young Japanese came to America about seven years ago to obtain an education He has little money but a vast amount of perseverence For a time he was a student at the University of California He came to the conclu sion that W J Bryan was the great man of the country and leftBerkeley to make the Nebraskan his godfather In Japan it is the custom for every youth who desires a higher learning and is without the means of education himself to go to the dwelling of the greatest man of the neighborhood and there prostrate himself with his fore head on the threshold until foundand taken within the house Then if the youth proved to be worthy it is the duty of the great man to adopt him as a godson make him a member of his own household and aid him in every r way to obtain a good education Yamachita reached Lincoln Neb one afternoon in the summer of 1900 And gave his last coin to a messenger boy co guide him to the home of the great man There the young Japan ese prostrated himself on the threshold e and waited Nobody was at home Mrs Bryan and children were out of town and Mr Bryan was ona campaigning tour The afternoon deepened into night but the Japanese boy knelt on the threshold until at last overcome by fatigue he fell asleep Mr Bryan reached Lincoln about 2 oclock the next morning and was driv en to his residence and hurried up the stumbledJ onIYou Mr Bryan You great man 4saidYamachita I come to stayJ To stay echoed Mr Bryan and in his amazment he relaxed his grip on the youths collar knelt at his feet still r1Yamashita I come to stay You man in America You be my godfather and help me to grow wise most worshipful and illustrious one All right Lets go to bedsaid Mr Bryan He showed the youth a room and for more than four years Yamachita was an inmate of the Bryan householeIn University of Nebraska Yama chita was one of the most industrious V stdentsHe gained his bachelors degree in 1904 and that fall sailed for Japan Geared for Action nactionbyit by lloom of health on the cheeks the brightnessof the eyes the thebuoyancyC Haydons drug store 25 cents Scraps For Poultry t A good muus poultry keepers do not utilize to the best advantage the waste which Invariably occurs In the house no matter Low well managed Its af fairs may be and It Is this fact which often results In their food bill for the birds being so much more than a neighbors who may keep the same number of birds says the poultry expert of the London Mall The judicious use of house scraps Hill sane a good deal In the food bill during the year No patent food is ejjuat to refuse front the kitchen for from this the birds get practically everything required for making flesh and for the production of eggs A few notes on the subject may therefore prove of use to some of our readers It is well Ito keep a special can or pail for the reception of the scraps aud when sufficient have been obtained or some are wanted warm them up first thing In the morning and mix with a little meal Do not mix too much bread with the scraps If you Lave a great deal of waste bread souk it In cold water and give it with the evening meal prior to the feed of corn If you only Lave a little bread mix It with the scraps but first of all soap It with water and then squeeze well be fore putting with the scraps It Is ad visable when giving bread before the evening meal not to give wheat as thIs is apt to cause diarrhea under these cir cumstances hut give oats barley or French buckwheat Where there are only a few Louse scraps and a good many fowls give them alone first thing in the morning and then some corn ThIs will save the mixing of meal A few words as to the scraps themselves Do not give large and wide pieces of bacon rind as If swallowed whole they will cause a stopj the gizzard or crop Give pieces Again do not give large narrowI of gristle for the same reason as well to keep eflsL bones out of the scraps as these are often the cause of Inflamed crops Cold rice pudding fre quently figures among scraps but It should not be given if sloppy to the chIckens for it Las a bad effect on the bowels Do not give mauy potatoes or potato peelings They have a fattening tendency which goes against good lay Ing And thIs reminds me of another point namely the effect of fish on the egg Where a good deal of fish refuse Is given to fowls the eggs are apt to have a fishy and objectionable flavor- thereforegive fish sparingly On the few occasions that meat figures among the house scraps remember the chickens if you Lave any and let them Lave it first cutting it up finely Its a splen did tonic for them at a growing age Finally I would point out tat the grease In the water after plates etc have been washed should be skimmed off and put In the scrap saucepan and always have some sort of grease In It so that the food does not get a burned flavor which tastes bitter to the fowls and does them little good Saved By Dynamite Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the fire cant cross Sometimes a cough hangs on so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which physiciansDr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and La Grippe At C J Haydons drug price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free s Steve Sebree colored sexton of Tren ton Baptist church traded for mule and buggy during Sunday service On the was home mule ran away crippled itself smashed vehicle and Steve now walks on crutches Charged with murdering Mrs Martha Yocum Mrs Silas Bowling and two others in August 1904 by administer ing poison Mrs Julia McGraw is on trial at Frenchburg Menifee county Love for Mr Bowling said to have prompted deed Hides WantedI I want all kinds of hides and furs Bring them- tome and get Cash for them For the next 1 two weeks I will pay BcFor Green Beef Hides O- r1OcFor Salted Hides Bring them to me M Ha Jones r f r- ka I Fee Free Farm and Preside 1 Year FARM AND FIRESIDE IS THE BEST FARM PA PER PRINTED INrHE UNITED STATES To all subscribers whoPay up arrearSes and one year in advance we will send Farm and Firesie FREE for onfc year Besidesbeing an extra good farm paper its magazine featuses are of the best Address THE SUN Springfield Ky j1eEEEEEEEEEEEJiiEEEEEEEEEh FASHIONS T bEEEEEEEEEEEEEE T T FEEEtEEEE Brll Taut colored cloth gowns are be InglTQrned out by the tailors for after Shadejbeloved son Even as it IStl stray frock or two of this striking color are occasionally observed These gowns are very smart when the coat has a collar and cuffs olterru cotta velvet Net frocks of crushed raspberry trim med with rows upon rows of velvet ribbon are perfectly stunning for restaurant and evening parties Prune velvet Is again smart and cliarmlrig frocks of London smoke are made up In this material Indeed this shade Is u most serviceable one for a OBAY BHOADCLOTH COSTUME dress that Las to be worn on a number of occasions A luce yoke saves the gown from being unbecoming There is very little trimming on the bottom of dress skirts and the hems are held out by means of canvas put lu like the horsehair of several years ago Fur turbans will be seen later In the season made of the moat expensive pelts especially those of sable and chinchilla simply trimmed with a few delicate flowers at one side orchids or Christmas roses The gown in the cut la carried out In dove gray French broadcloth The slightly full skirt Is absolutely plain The long coat has a short walated em pire effect Cuffs and triple collar are of green paupe velvet Parisian women are wearing every sort of shoes but the conventional black They have the audacity to ape pear in gray shoes with dark dresses Theae faddy affairs are queerly shaped having a long square toe apparently projecting an Inch beyond the foot Faille altesse is a new fabric for evenIng lOWlY The effect is that of an ordinary cotton pique of sixteen inch stripe It comes in plain colors in all the evening shades Circular skirts are here and they K are Lore to stays but will be seejnore on Louse gowns than on street ocks AN EVENING BLOUSE When the circular skirt Is mad for walking it Is laid In panels to invent sagging For afternoon suits broudclotL are almost tile only fabric of imporuce Street suits are carried out In sges tweeds and cheviot mixtures wit oc casional omber plaids laid stocks with linen turnoTC col- In fj brighten up a plain gtwn waler frillyhere are in the sLops dainty bat of white feathers shading from whIt to a dull brown TLe evening blouse In the cut J of crushed raspberry chiffon overlaid itL binds and a collar of English m broider The bolero jacket Is Leltat the bust with a charming orhamenpf heavy lace The elbow sleeves ai a fluff of lace ruffles and shirred chItin JUDIC CHOLLE Thomas Taggart chairman of he Democratic National Committee as appointed August Belraont of Isw York as treasurer of tHk committeto succeed George Foster Peabody s signedREAD THIS Hopkinsville Ky June 7th 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDer Sir I suffered ten years with seve kidney and bladder trouble and t times was unable to work I was ar vised to try Texas Wonder ad after using onefourth of one bottle passed a large gravel and I have neve since the same thrd years ago I have recommended it i many others who rePrted themselvl cured I must heartily recommendd it to all sufferers from kidney or blat der diseases SAM DEAN One small bottle of the Texas Wo der Halls Great Discovery cures al kidney and bladder troubles remove gravel cures diabetes seminal emi siona weak and lame backs rfieumatiss and all irregularities of the kidney and in men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not by your druggist it will b sent by mail on of 1 On small bottle is two months treatmen and sekkm fails to perfect a curt Dr El W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send foij testimonial Sold by all druggiataI At Drunken Mans Liability Frankfort Ky Nov 24In reversing judgment of the Kenton Circuit CovipgtonIof500forlinjuresn a public alleyway the Court of Appeals today ruled that if an injured party is drunk at the time of the acci dent that fact does not of itself excuse the city for its negligence as it owes all the public the same degree of care with respect to furnishing reasonably safe highways but if theinjured partys condition was such that it prevented him from using that care to protect himself from harm that an ordinar rf prudent person would have exercised under the same circumstances if sober then he ought not to recover in his action The opinion of the court was deliver-ed by Judge ORear and the case is remanded to the lower court for a n W trial under instructions l t s I Keep Your Feet Dry I Through the winter this is just as essential to good health as is dry powder to the success 1 of the arm- yti Our 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 sfock of rubber goods is complete in every particular Full line of heavy shoes Rain Coats We have a nice line of mens Raincoats 1 and Mclntoshes which we are offering at very low prices Special PricesI 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 room for other goods If you are needing a matting now is the time to buy Clothing Sales Have been large but we have kept upathe stock by ordering and reordering and we still have a complete line i Gruhdy Mctetfre r r + f tJ m11 Tir fi i or L y SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 818 818 88 8181818181888 81881 8181881811 I l YOUR WINTER I J l C OAL r h1 t Q Now is the time to give us your order You know we handle the best goodsMcClurei Wells The Farmer t mplementetccompleteOld Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons- are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeverye handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best Till Pagi and Elwood Field Fencing The liagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunniri themoftenis ve and WorryandMcClure Wells Springfield Ky 1b ISISJ ISISISSISISISSS = SISSIS1StSSiSiSiSiS4 p Marion NotesIjlt Falcon Dr T F Cleavers judg ment for 7000 against tlie Land N was reversed in Court of Appeals Baptizing services were held at the Baptist church Wednesday evening when twentyfive persons were bap tized A contrivance for heating water in the baptistry at this church hast teen put in and it works splendidly Mn Robert I Hamilton a young farmer near here and Miss Teresa t Hagan of near Chicago weremarried at the latter place Mr Henry L Dever of Nelson coun ty and Mrs Mary Catherine Bums of this county were united in the Holy bonds of wedlock at Holy Cross John Rountree shot Henry Beeler in coloredrthe hip and inflicted a painful but not was accidental CorafFrightful Accident Lebanon Enterprise While loading a log qn his wagon at his home on the North iFork Tuesday Mr Reuben Cooley met with a most painful acci r dent which bids fair to make him a cripple for life The log was nearly on the wagon when one of the supports suddenlyvytimberplacesand his knee and ankle were dis located His suffering has been in tense but he is doing fairly well Mr Cooly is about 65 years old ad has the sympathy of all who know him 600 Given Away IienryWattprofits of this prosperous year with its subscribers proposes to give away twenty Christmas presents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50jaO and 20 and sixteen pres theStatessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and The plan is fair CourierJournala of the Weekly CourierJournal giving full will be sent free The wives of thousands of unemployed loborers who are destitute marched the streets of London Nojvem ber 6 and presented to premier Balfour a demand fqrwork for their husbandr The United States supreme court has upheld the constitutionality of the lrliEc dayfor t T i CLOSING O- UTSALEt t + f t FOR CASH iBuggy Harness and Farm 4 a t G earmgfitI desire to quit the harness business and I am now offering my stock at COST and BELOW COST I have 4 GEARtNG Iat prices that will please you Dont buy anything in this line until you see meIMust be dosed out by January L tititj V i r + t t t j j ANT or LiBERTYf Asians Explained By James Newsipaper Man =c Iide even new It prime minister Count Witte cured the imperial signature to It Magna Charts has been a Gfeuder of autocracy rind as re eta his visit to tile United States dl his belief that greater and njlesirablu reforms could be hi about by an honest and Intel li bsoiutism than through loose armature experiments in cbristi ttj anti legislative governmeiit s Yorkrj came to America this year be lijthwe was no middle class in hhtry and that witliout such a bjhetwecu the corrupt t arrogant aiacy and the ignorant scattered art peasantry constitutional gov- eit would he a farce sent hack to find that organized hBorking under the advice of ex pad labor leaders from other Eu r countries notably CJermiuiy hen the places of the old conccp tiia middle class pot powerful despotism in the wwith more than a million armed InIt44euceIke of the factory ahd railroad ekes led In many Instances by guarantee of free df conscience read in the light of M written plea for equality be fC laws of all Russians without dtiou4 of race or reUglona docu rcvhich the czar Inscribed To be tjfor a guldenot only removes thel and unjust disabilities of the Russian Jews but paralyzes tjlltlcal power of the Holy Ortho tiurcb that terrible and relentless si which has thus fur prevented tugatlon of the Russian masses tie who bas lived in Russia can dthrit with the disappearance of inclusive mediaeval prerogatives o Orthodox churchto proselytize osecede from which was a grave cthe mightiest bulwark of op pm falls will clear the way for a genuine ublic school system and compul srducation creation of a Russian parlla n with real legislative rather than wry powers a body without vt consent no law can be enforced li empire gains Its supreme value h fact that virtually universal snf f has been granted ippreclate the difference between few scheme of representative gov emt and the advisory douma pro v for In the Imperial manifesto of At It Is only necessary to recall tact that under the plan by which t uma was to be elected St Peters bwlth 1500000 inhabitants would honly 0500 voters Including 137 J and Moscow with more than 1100 inhabitants would have only It voters It was intended that In communities the 00000000 peas should have altogether 2505 v as against 1072 of the landed pietors and 1354 of the municipal ells h the extension of the right to vto the masses of Russia one gets aea of tile proportions of the czars shtler expressed in an unchange nrule that no law shall be enforce nwitbout the approval of the state da to this time the sole Jegislativc executive power lies been the per will of the czar henceforth h- olt enforce n single decree without tbnsent of his people guarantee of the right of habeas Iii and of Inviolability of the per s sweeps away at a MinglestrolwI dreadful system of st trial and secret deportation it r the minister of the interior and bollce of their terrors th tree speech and the right of aviation and union political nartlen flbe formed and the future qf HUH svorked out In the open thing Is said about trial by Jury lihe new parliament will have pow e provide for that therto there has been no cabinet ministerial responsibility Dieah ire czar dealt with his ministers srately The particular minister vhappened to gain ascendancy over iBoverelgns mind became for the t the real ruler He could Interfere c and control any or all depart ite of the government Sometimes Iras the minister of finance who r4 sometimes the minister of the ijior and sometimes the minister of t The ministers plotted against o other They seldom worked to sere le new cabinet must work in ac d with tile prime minister Count and the people of Russia tugh theirparllament will probably Uble as in Great Britain to com ftlieir sovereign to dismiss his min IrS by simply refusing their sson- ttaenueralslng or equally important doubt one of the first steps to be fen by the new parliament will be abolition of the dvornik system t minatory and degrading arrange nt under which every household In Ifsla rich or poor must accept the pence of a dvornlk or spy respon t t i JL sible to the police for a full account of the dally life the conversations opin ions and movements of those whom he is set to watch Less than a million organized work ingmen have brought about this great est political revolution in modern his tory And the most extraordinary thing about It Is the demonstrated pow er of an industrial strike practically divorced from violence The Russian soldiers who fired upon rioters only a few months ago could not be trusted to kill orderly peaceable strikers r SyewtxnrtSSea n tpextn3snw 1 l I Home of Thunder it AN INDIAN LEGEND fti z ot+ +t + Many Indians believe that thunder is caused by the actions of u huge bird which they have named the thunder- bird When he is angry his great eyes flash and the lightning we see is the result The sound we call thunder is caused by tueJ Happing of the wings of he bird The Passamaquoddies believe that the spirit of children of Katahdin are Thunder and Llghtiiing lu defense of ihisjhoryAn had been seeking game for weeks without any success One winter day he saw the footprints of some creature the first he had seen for many weeks Looking closer he discovered that the footprints were made by snowshoes though no human had ever been known to have passed through this country before Next morning the trucks still appeared though in different places greatly adding to the wonder of the Indian hunter He searched many days for the object that was making these tracks but without success One day when he had about given up hope he was able to follow these tracks to a precipice on the other side of the mountains He was lost in wonder when his footfall aroused a maiden who stood beside him He was awed by her beauty which was greater than any he had before gazed upon Her voice was low and sweet and the warrior could scarcely believe that he vas not dreaming when she bade him go with her He approached the rock with fear for he expected every minute that the lovely vision would fade away The maiden seeing lily hesitancy touched his arm when he became mist and In this form entered a great cave in t Ie heart of Katahdin There sat the iod of the mountain He welcomed the tnaiden and eagerly inquired if her brothers were coming I hear them coming now she rev pllef With a blinding flash and a deafening roar of thunder two men giants In stature of beautiful faces and with cheeks and brows of stone stepped into the cave These said the girl to the hunter arel my brothers Thunder and Light ning Our Father sends them forth whe ever there is a wrong to redress than those who love us may not be smitten Whenever you hear Thunder in tile future you will know that my brothers are shooting our enemies The stone faced sons of the mountain adopted the hunter After roaming seven years with Thunder and Light fling at the end while a fierce storm raged he was allowed to fall unharm ed in his own village When he had told his experiences to his surprised people he was chosen as chief because howuas the only one nlgtbcmthat hid conic face to fan Bdth Thunder and Lightning the stone cSced sons of Katahdin Aunty Judill Atkins of Boyle county said to be 120 years old is dead Once a servant in the family of isac Shelby first Governor of Kentucky- Fourteenyearold daughter of Bud Russell of Fairview shot herself in the right foot Member was ampu tated and she died of blood poisoning BiliousnessIyellowlookth06te terrible head- achesthatdulled brain all these 1iousnesswhlch thedirectresultof a liver which 0 Q IformitsfunCI naturalvaY1Before can destroy that bilious condition you must Ret your liver in form and nothing will accomplish this so quickly or so thoroughly as Dr CaldwellsLaxatlvf Syrup PepsinT- his remedy is the most valuable one troublesIt partsBetter nauseous purgatives which aggravate condi tions and leave the sufferer in worse condition than before Former afflicted ones now well and strong pay eloquent tribute to its efficacy and power DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from nil druggists Your money will be refunded if it does not benefityo Your postal card reqaestvrtll brine by rttttra nail our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those who have sever tried this wond rfal reedy Write for it today COretlslls Sold By Rid Grass Drug Stirs i f If Every Ounce Burns tttd fhYgives out its proportionate amount 0 TL Its because our coal is from the best coal mines Every ibody kno- wsThere is Difference in Goal t + e youIfitthe best and get it of us Ii PRODUCEM Wtit H Jones M ErlDONTS ANDHOWS for Those Who Would Properly Entertain Their Friends After receiving an invitation to pay a visit It Is not courteous to reply to It Just before the day you are to arrive says the New York Journal but as soon as you have ascertained that you can be away from home at the time the Invitation Is for it should be answered immediately so that your friends can make arrangements for entertaining you during your stay As it is ry probable your hostess will meet Iou or make arrangements to have you met at the station be sure that you mention the time you expect to be there as nothing Is more annoy- Ing than to wait about the station watching every train come In and not seeing the person you have come to meet or to have a guest arrive Just In the middle of a meal when everything Is cold and consequently not what they would wish to offer you When expecting a friend on a visit the hostess should always try and ar range to go herself to the station to welcome her guest If the traveler has come a long way or has not seen her friend for some time this Is especially appreciated as when the visitor alights from the train and sees the well known face again she will feel much more welcome and at home than if she has to find her way to the house alone If the length of the visit has been mentioned In the invitation It is best not to run the risk of outstaying your welcome but to leave at the eml of the period first stated as although your hostess may ask you to stay on a day or two longer this Is very often done you will torm4Ito make certain ex tent this may be done but dont take advantage of their kindness by appear late at meals leaving your things ling and doing many other tiresome which are not so noticeable when you are really at home but only cause extra work for your friends You must not forget that your friends will not be able to entertain you all day long as theY may have household or other duties to In which possibly you can be performI assistance to them but dont youito find some books In your room which have thoughtfully been provided by the hostess or you can employ the time b writing your letters Although you yI probably find your room supplied note paper It Is always best to provide sewtngIIt is usually the object of the hostess to give her guest the best of everything both as regards food and entertaIn- ment and her guest cannot show her appreciation of this better than by the and being bright and entertaining In her turn so that she makes herself a welcome visitor for whom it is worth while trying to make the tijpe pass pleasantly After the Visit is over and you havo arrived home again dont forget to write thanking her for the preparations she made for your comfort and the en tertainments arranged for your enjoy ment No Poison in Chamberlains Couch Remedy From Napier New Zealand Herald Two years ago the Pharmacy Board of New 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 poison This exception was Cham berlains Cough Remedy made by the Chamberlain Medicine Company Des Moines Iowa U S A The abience of all narcotics makes this remedy the safest and best that can be bad sad it is with a feeling of security that any mother can give it to her little ones Chamberlains Tough Remedy is especially recommended by its makers for coughs colds and whooping cough This remedy is for sale by CJ Hay don a f J 1t c Prominent Woman Dead Marion Falcon Mrs Amelia Has kins 82 years old died at Bowling Green Monday morning and the remains were taken to Greensburg Monday night and laid to rest near Haskfnsvflle Tuesday after brief funeral services Mrs Haskins who had made her home with her son Mr R L Haskins of this city for some time went to visit her son Mr Joel Haskins of Bowling Green about three weeks ago and on the sixth of this month while standing before an open grate her dress caught fire and she was severely burned and being partially paralyzed her life waw despaired of but the news of her dearth was unexpected as her son was about to leave here for her bedside when her received the intelligence of her deathI Deceased was a dangeter of the late Dr Owsley of Cumberland county and a niece of Governor Owsley of tml State J W Pendergrast of ParksvOIe cut his legwith an ax while chopping wood and came near bleeding to death before surgeon arrived Januarya- ndFebruary r Are on the calendar as usual and the almanac predicts freezes and thawsr pneumoniaFEET WET Keep you FEET ButHOWBy Wearing TaylorsfShopmade SHOES They are Guaranteed- A Genuine French Caff Turns the Water + Then these shopmade shoes fourtimeswayYou way shoe it wears out in four months throUJhthe W111make 400They will wear you a year Sub stract and you have a balance of 1tdrywarded off yourmesaure r GEO TAYLOR w H IM H Ky z cstn3ti tUU w nh iL THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 L f S t 1 wi SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday November 22 1905 s r ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor andPublisher SprinJdieldlYis = TELEPHONE NUMBER 112w TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Y- Ose Year 4fLOO 50Threechangedalwa8gi you1IbhOUR BIRTHDAY r The Sun is one year old today In many respects the year has been an unusually successfulone Almost with the first issue art old business with a young pa per was established Subscrip tions came fast and in bunches until we how have on our list about 1500 names Our subscribers are mostly people who reside in Washington county people who have money to buy there fore the advertiser recognizes in The Sun a live advertising me dium and during the past year he has bought space freely Of our job department we have no complaints to make we have done much b tteffthan we antici pated 4if We expect to give to our gu scribers a better paper during the next year than we have during the past year The establishing of a newspaper is no easy matter ifficulties present themselves in multiplied forms during the first year of a papers existence and now that these have been ove- rcomenow that we are through with the task of setting the sails and adjusting the rudder we canc devote more time to faiose little details which make the old ship ride the rough waves with ease Our rrespondentsthe best we have ever knownhave contributed much to the success of the paper Their letters are bright and newsy and are enjoyed by every reader of The Sun To these faithful correspondents ware e profoundly thankful We hope to have their assistance for- man years for they are tried and true The paper has made man- friendsfriends y who have proved their iriendship We are proud of thmwe love them We shallendeavor to be of service to them some day and then we will be glad because in the language of David Crocket a fellers heart gets all tuned up and gives the soul a song vhen he lends a helping hand Maybe weve made some enemies = we hope not But if we have and if they have been made while we were doing what we believed to be right we are not sor ry and so far as they are concerned iwe win draw the line aroundour little world wave our hands to the worries and forget that Johnnie Jims or Jimmie Johns ever sneaked into existence A anotboxthief is a thousand times worse than a horsethief because he steals the suffrage of the people and the suffrage of the people is liberty NotwIth- standing the fact that the oppor- tunityr to steal a ballot box only comes once a year its dollars to doughnuts there are more ballot boxes stolen than there are horses yet the penitentiaries are crowded with horse tbelves while the bal Jotboxthiet is very much a liberty and awearing of dia moods besides And thats whey partiality is shown FAILURE OF BURLEY TOBACCO CROW ERS ASSOCIATION Every grower of Burley Tobacco is thoroughly convinced that the Tobacco Trust has ab solute control of the tobacco interest in the United States from the time the plants areset tq the time the manufactured articl j is sold to the consumer T icy know that the Trust has the power to fix the price that ev ery grower fay receive for the tobacco maybe produce by him without rn g ard to the amount of labor or expense re quired tb produce it Under these conditions it is ell known that unless some thanes is made the growers must continue to labor as slaves to the Tobacco Trust Their conditions have been brought about by the unjust laws enacted by the Congress of ills United tates favoring the Trust against the interest of the people Earnest efforts have been made to have these unjust laws modified by the Congress of the United States so that the people may sell the products of their labor to the consumer but it seems that the power of the Trust is as great in the halls of Congress as it is over the affairs of the humble men who grow tobacco for a livelihood i Despairing of any relief from Congress a few ores who were familiar with the conditions as they existed in the Burley territory undertook to convince the growers of Burley tobacco their only hope of relief was in a com pact organization for their mu teal interest These men at great expense of time and trouble to them elves two years ago canvassed the Burley territory and urged the growers of tobacco to become members of the organ ization Every grower was convinced the deice given vas the only course lest for them to take About fourfifths of all the grow ers became members of the organization last yea and faithfully cooperated with it and thereby the price of tobacco was increased from OZ to to cents per pound The plan failed of consummation last year because certain capitalists withdrew their agreement jtp furnish the money to pay for the tobacco While the managers of the Burleyorganization were strug gling to secure the financialaid necessary to carry out its purposes the Trust was active in its effort to break it down by of= fering those growers who failed to become members a price in excess of that offered by the organization These growers yielded to the seductive influences of the Trust and sold their tobacco at twice what they would have been paid by the Trust had there been no organization The result was that when the plans 1of organization failed ofcon summation the Trust dropped the price on all tobacco to at least 03 cents below that which had beenfixed by the Growers Company The faithful men who led the fight against the Trust in 1904 were disappointed in the result but were not discouraged and again attempted to complete the organization in 1905 which would have been successful but for the fact that those growers who had profited by remaining out of the organization last year attempted to play the same trick this year and a number of growers who were faithful last year attempted to follow their exampl The consequence is that when the Managers of the organization at tempted this year to secure the tobacco at an average of 10 cts per pound the majority of the growers believing that there would be another contest be tween the Trust and the organization declined to sell their tobacco to the Growers organization and the result is that there tare so many growers who wanted to play the trick practiced by nfaithfullifowers ization could only secure about ten per cent of the entire prop For the reason that the Grow ers organization cannot secure sufficient tobacco to carry out its purposes it is again compelled to surrender and to abandon its efforts to handle the crop of 1905 As to whether there will bean other effort to organize the grow ors will depend entirely on whether the Growers will manifest sufficient interest to induce the Managers to leadanother fight If the movement is ever successful the growers must come together with some degree of unanimity and earnestly sup port the few men who have tried faithfully to perfect the organization Without a unitedeffort an the part of the Growers nothing can be done toward increas ing the price of tobacco in the future MR SMITHS ANNOUNCEMENTS Congressman P H Smith has announced thatihe will again be a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress Some time ago Mr Smith gave it out that Jie would not again be a can didate but it has been generally known for several months that he wouldask for theI nomina tion Since he has decided to again nseek the nomination for Congress it is exceedingly unfor tunate for him that he announced his intention of retiring from the field There are now other can wouldInot Mr Smith announced his in tention of retiring It goes with out saying that these candidates have pledged to them the support of some of Mr Smiths former friends therefoe it will be seen that by his announcement Mr Smith has placed many of his old supporters in a place where they will be honorbound to lend their assistance to some other candidate and what might have been a onemans race now promises to be a warm contest Hon T Scott Mayes of this place isa candidate This is not simply hreasay but it is a fact While he has not publicly an pounced his candicacy he has in formed is friends here and else where of his intention to enter the race and the fact that Mr Smith has reentered the contest will not change Mr Mayes plans in the least A friendof Mr Mayes said to The Sun after having read the recent article in the Louisville Herald in which Mr Smiths intentions were made known that Mr Itfayes h dnot had any very great amount of pressure brought to bear upon him to enter the race and that he was not being forced into it against his wishes but that he was seeking the nominatin be cause he wanted to go to Con press The way matters are now shaped it seems very much to us that he is going to be the success ful candidate Editor Brown of the Harrods burg Democrat wants a halt called on the rhanwithagun in Harrodsburg And we would mildly suggest that the halt be called with a halter Let us hope that Louisville is not as rough tough tumble and wooly as the Evening Post says she is MqCurdy head of the Mutual Life of New Yqrk has displayed an unusual liberality by asking that his salary of 150000 be cut to 715000 annually Evidently he believes in doing things by halves It is said that Tam many drew 50000 one dollar bills from the banks in New York the day before the recent election William Randolph Hearst spent 100000 in his recent race for Mayor of Greater New York Yet some peopte say there isno MONEY in politicts e 1 Evetnan who has a suit of High J i Art dies has something to be I thankfiforj To slipto a HighArt Suit or Overcoat dm Thanksgi moving will put you in a good mood to oy the days pleasure f ROBRTSON BROTHERS g k x 1L i rr 4 SYCAMORE VALLEY We are having some nice weatl now and some of the farmers through stripping tobacco Quite a number of the young f attended the entertainment at Mil schoolhouse Saturday night Marshal Keeling and family visit the latters parents Saturday night Sunday Misses Flosy and Pearl Arms tra visited Miss Bessie Perkins and Marthie Spider Saturday night and day Several from the Valley atte court Monday J D Sutherland bought of Eh Armstrong and Clem Cuts ng r corn Price 2 per barrel Z P iJeachman sold a farm to ML Fitzgerald Price 2600 F M Shewmaker sold a farm to Cl Stallings price 6000 J D Sutherland sold to Thomas Pj ther some sheep price 5 a head Less Shewmaker sold to F M S maker a sow and pigs tr D Sutherland bought of Thonj Prather a nice hog Lips Shewmaker bought of F j Shewmaker a nice horse Lee Settles bought of Byon Parks horse price 60 Mr and Mrs W B and Mr and M Newd Morgan of Lawrenceburg a Mr and Mrs James Morgan of Blac Kyspent the past week with Mr a Mrs B P Prather Thomas McIlvoy and wife are visits friends in the lower part of the count Lewis Clark is building a large bai Mr Jim Right has moved to the Shewmaker place John Shewmaker has moved to whei Mr Right moved from Mr Jim Suthers has moved back his old home I hope everyone hiay enjoy a plant es Thanksgiving day The Sprin Sun will shine brighter in our horn Thanksgiving dav When You Have a Bad Coat You want a remedy that will not on give quick relief but effect a pe nent cure You want a remedy that will reIie easjYouact tendency toward pneumonia pleu1andChamberlains Cough remedy mee all of these requirements and for tl speedy and permanent cure of IH Forllllby 4T1i T4 SPARROWc 1 The cold gloomy days of November snake the fireside feel very pleasant The formers are about through gathering corn Frank Redmon has sold his farm to Robert Martin Mathew Martin and wife of Lincoln ffiounty spent a few days lastweek with relatives at this place Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Jspent a few days last week with rela Stoves atBardstown Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore tdValley spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents at this place Mrs Edith Yocum of Leathers Store W1d Mrs Lizzie Morgan spent Saturday night and Sunday with their mother at his place The sick of this community are Mrs G B Sparrow Mrs Eliza Smitheiv Mrs S E Vowels Mrs Allie Bamet and Mrs W R Moore Dr W T Barnett of Mackvflle was called here Sunday night by the sudden illness of his mother Mrs W C Cammack and little daughter spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs Mary Yates T D Pulliam a shoe drummer of Lexington and N B Duncan a drug drummer of the same place were here one day last week in interest of their business When you want a pleasant physic try Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets are easy to take and produce no griping or other unpleasant effect Sold by C J Haydon Daniel E Bandmann once a leading Shakespearean actor dropped dead on his ranch near Missoula Mont i8q Cold On The Chest Is Always UMi Mf htshlsland OftM Da g trans jThis isthe season for colds and you will be wise to provide your i fiEself with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early stages is worse than carelessness A weUknowar lung specialist called i- tConstructive r Suicide W guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly curt a task s tqcold and will rehe isveThe price is only 25 cents per bottle Lots of other kinds sad other x i medicines here C J HAYDONCORNER DRUG STORE 1 r 1 i = I 3 tt p Y p I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 1905 1 11BUGGIESCHEAP DONT BUY A BUGGY until 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 B ROBERTSON d Meats Below we pint a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Rust Steak Perk Roast J Perk Chips Fresh Sausage MuttaH Roast MHttan Chops Yaal lust Vial Chaps Yaal ClUe Us Pickled Pic Put Bolognacbreakfast Bacaii 4 Mince Mut Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market Local News Notes L Dont fail to attend the lecture next Saturday night t New crop New Orleans and Sorghum Molasses at Hagan Bros The handsomest line of Christmas I presents is to be found at Hagan Bros Prof Chas Lane the Georgia humorist at the Opera House next Saturday night The Atlanta Journal says of Prof l Lane who will lecture at the Opera House Saturday night The man that Prof Lane dont make laugh may as well buy a cemetery lot He is a dead shot on blues and torpid liver You are invited by Hagan Bros to 4 come in and see their Christmas goods iniember county court day in the inter est ofhis candidacy Mrs Emma Brewer of Harrodsburg has suid the Southern Kailroad for 20000 damage She was injured in a wreck Have you seen the Christmas goods at Hagan Bros FIRE SALE SATURDAY 15 cents a copy Over 100 new and beautiful songs and two steps must go to make room for Christmas goods E M RUSSELL Russell County randythe best in the world Rock candy nd brandy no better remedy for coldsJ GREENE An adjourned session of the Fiscal Court wash ld here yesterday for the purpose of passing on the delinquent list as returned by the Sheriff Rock candy and brandy for colds Russell County Brandy None better J F GREENE It will pay you to see Hagan Bros Christmas china- DEBATEA debate between the pupils of the Springfield Graded School will occur at the Opera House Friday night Dec 22 Further notice willbe given in these columns CANDIDATE FORPAGE Master Dud ley Ragsdale of this place is a cadi date for Page in the Lower House of the General Assembly Dudley is a hustler manly and gentle and we feel sure that he will win He is a nephew of Hon W D Claybrook uA CABBAGE SN KEMrFelixN- oel of the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood brought to The Sun office last Monday what he supposed to be a cab bage snake It is a very small reptile adrtftfcre is not enough of ijt to poisorilrtT ijying chicken Cy 7 Auctioneer R M Keene reports the following sales One horse mule 65 one bay horse 45 pair of yearling mules 200 one threeyearold colt45- four cows one 20 one 25 one 30 and one 35 one aged uleI 27 cow and calf 30 one yearling colt 45 f I f I A TrustworthyI i DrugStore In nothing can the public be fooled more easily than in the quality of pure drugs Even the druggists are sometimes fooled However you can depend upon getting the right quality of everything here We spend time care and money to make sure that our drugs are right and we guarantee their quality We want this to be known as a store in which be confident of getting 4can Purist Drugs- Scientific Cimpiiindlnf r Reasonable Prieis Red + Drug J Store t SMOCK t MYDON PROPRIETORS Y f r ENGINE BLOWS UrThc thirtysfive horsepower gasoline engine at the planing mill of Marks Green blew almostIcompletely demolished This is some thing very unusual as gasoline engines are supposed to be entirely safe How ever this accident is said to have been due to a defective shaft which when the engine was started broke causing an overflow of gasolineinto the cylinder bead which became ignited and ex ploded Mr Gwin Marks was standing within two feet of the engine when the explosionSipcurred and it seems a mir acle that he was not instantly killed It will cost the Company 1000 to re place the engine WANT DOG LAW =The article rela tive to the advisability of the coming legislature passing a dog law has stirred up a lot of interest among the farmers W R Kyle of Mercer county J KBaughman W W Yer ger and John Yeager and many others assured the Danville News yesterday that they had quit raising sheep be cause the farmers are not properly protected in the enterprise from the ravages of the worthless dogs They are anxious to take up sheep raising again in case the law is passed Hats at your own price at Mrs Wil Iiamse OLD COINS Mr John F Greene has in his possession quite a number ofold coins which if not of very much value now wiliin a few more years be worthconsiderable more than face value He has four Americari half dollars made in 1813 1814 1818 and 1828 two Spanish coins made in 1791 1788 He also has four shin plasters 5c 10c 25c and 50c which are very old In fact they are so old that it is neces sary to carry them between the leave of a book AcQUitTED Lee Kinsey formerly of this county who shot and killed Alonzo Mead at Orleans Ind October 14 was acquitted by a jury at that place last week it requiring but twelve minutes for the jury to decide Upon examining trial immediately after the seooting Mr Kensey was acquitted but was afterward indicted for man slaughter but as the verdict of acquit al shows his was clearly a easel of self defense Mr is a soninlaw of totMrPerkins duced prices at Mrs Williams S M Campbell reports county court day sales as follows One pair 2 yearold horse mules 13d one pair 2 yearold horse mules 173 one cow andI calf 2550 1 combined horse for WilIi hite 9950 1 combined horse for hite 811 mare for Willhite 61 one j old cow 19 one sow and 11 pigs 16 one 4yearold milk cow 2385 one 4 Jhorseone horse 96 one team wagon and harness 31625 one 2 horse wagon All hats at Mrs Williams at greatly reduced prices Rev Paul Moore a theological stu dent of Louisville occupied the pul pit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning and evening His sermons were instructive and entertaining The Sidney Green property on East Main street was sold at administrators sale last Saturday Mr J C McElroy becoming the purchaser The vacant lot adjoining was bought by Mr McEl roy and Mr Harry Thompson at 690 The Childrens Day Rallyat the Christian church last Sunday was a suc cess The little ones acquitted them selves in a manner very pleasing to the audience Eld Walden pastor of the Christian church here was called for another year by the members of the congrega tion last Sunday Eld Walden is a strong preacher and the members of the Christian church here are to be congratulated upon securing him for an other year There is a robability that he will move to Springfield Thanksgiving services will be conduct ed at the Baptist church The sermon will be delivered by Dr Latimer of thePresbyterian church DEATH IN MERCERA little sixyear old son of Mr WIA Sharpe died a the home of his parents in Mercer coun ty last Sunday of typhoid fever The deceased was a nephew of Mr Jack Sharpe of Willisburg See Mrs Williams new TIne of Fu for Christmas SANITARY FOUNTAINS The Board of Trustees for the Springfield Graded School have installed sanitary beingIford clean pure water for pupils Successful Democratic candidates of Mt Sterling presented E W Senff Chairman of city and county committees with a gold watch in recognition of his services +++ + + + +rt H TIT + t THREE MORE DAYS 4t + +On THURSDAY FRIDAY andj SATURDAY of this week i tTt1EKNOTT COMPANY it sell aU 1 hats at 0tc+ KNOTT COMPANY 11tIttiT t Trimmed Hats at X175 ftThese prices are BELOW the actual cost of the hats stylish uptodate Dont fail to attend these sales Never 4 before have such bargainsbeen offered to the ladies Washington county t THE KNOTT MILLINERY CO t F t 00000000000000 0 Personal Notes Is 0- o Visitors In and Out ofTown A 0 Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News J 0 oOO OOO ct OO 000 + Mr Ed Keene of Boston Massis in the county on a visit to relatives friends Mr Keene left Washington county seven years ago and located in Boston This is his first visit home Mr Daniel 0 Polin left Saturday to accept a position with the Chicago Hardware Manufacturing Co at North Chicago Mr and Mrs W H Snodgress of Morganfield are visiting Mrs Snod gress father Mr B H Youngof near town rMrs J H Parker and mother of Corbin Ky are visiting Mrs Willard Thompson near town Mrs Willard Thompson was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday Ibars Felix Hamilten and Miss Mars tie Smith of Lebanon here last week Miss Mollie Dorsey of Bardstown is visiting friends here this week iMr R A McElroy was in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon spent Sunday with friends Mr SE Clements was in Bards town last week Mr J Y Mayes was in Louisville last week Dr and Mrs Rodman of Louisville are the guests of Judge Thurman Mr Clem Hill of Covington visi ted friends here last week Mr Jim Curry of Lexington vis ted his sister Mrs Sebe Mayes Sr this week Mr Dan Polin and Miss Fannie Smith visited friends at Ffedericktown last week Miss Loti Booker was in Lebanon last week Mrs JR Durrett and daughter Miss Elise of Blbomfild are visiting at the home of Dr M W Hyatt MessrsC W Hagan and W D Claybrooke were in Lebanon last week Mr Nick Ray of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday here Misses Lucy and Veola Brown visi ted their sister Mrs McClasky at Bloomfield the first of the week Mrs Artie Brown of Lebanon visited friends here this week Mrs Ivan Rogers is visiting rela tives in Lebanon Mr Ed Riley and sister Miss Effie thistweek I Miss Florence Hamilton of Freder icktown is guest of her sister Mrs J L Barber Phlllippsrsof Smock Sunday p =Mr John Londeta left Monday for his home in Havana Cuba Louisvillegthe week Judge Paynter candidate Dem ocratic Udatefor Caucus nomination for the United State Senate was here Monday This was the Judges first lyisithere and he madea good 8t lon on thetJ THE will sell an 2 hats ato0 + 3 and of and were the for Mrs J C VanNa ta of Shelby ville is visiting at the home of Mr M H Jones Misses Sarah and Anna J Simms were in Louisville the first of the week Miss Nancy A Simms who has been in Louisville for two months will return home tonight Misses Sallje Pope and Marie Ma- loney arrived here tonight tq spend Thanksgiving wiih Mrs Pope Miss Mary Brown ism Greensburg this week Mrs J W Lewis was in Greens burg last wee- kMiss Anna J Simms who is attend ing school at St Catherines is at home for Thanksgiving Mr H P McChord his accepted a position in Chicago IlL Mr M H Jones was in Maud Tuesday Mrs G A Dahoney of Lebanon visited friends here Tuesday Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton of thew1ekfACreeping Death theliafriendpoisoningBucklens poison healed the wound and saved Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at C J Haydons drug store Springfield Ky November 28 1905 This is to certify that Thomas Scrog ham was a member of SpringfieIdTent- No 17 Knights of the Maccabees of the World and held a life benefit certificate for 1000 for the benefit of hs children He died on the 8th of this sentIhave received check from the Supreme Record Keeper for the full amount of 1000 bearing date Nov 24 just four days after the receipt of proof ofclaim I take pleasure in testifying to the promptness of the Supreme Tent as well as that of T S Mayes and W F NeikirkCommanderand Record Keeper of Tent No 17 DR S J SMOCK Guardian for the children This is to certify that my husband David L Payne was a member of Springfield Tent No 17 Knights of Maccabees and held a life benefit cer tificate for 1000 made payable to me at his death He died on the 25En day of May 1905 The proof of his death and my claim were sent to the Supreme Record Keepker at Post Huron Michon the 1st day of June and I received a check for the full j amount of 1000 bearing date June 7th the same reaching me in due course of mail I take pleasure in testifying to the promptness of the officers of the order in attending to this mattersLUCINDA PAYNE Three hundred acres of land near Shelbyville settled bycolcny of twenty five Swiss A hundred more are ex pected Imported to take the place ofd the shiftless and unreliable negro SAT RUSSELLS OPENING AT RUSSELLS JEWELRY STORE COMMENCING TUESIAY DECEMIER 5 and continuing thriMgii till week H SpecialI prices on the most complete and swellez line of goods ever shown in Springfield j Beautiful 8 inch Cutflass Bowls at 14 bBonBons rst2s Newest in SOUVENIR SPOONS Sterling Silver Handsome line of Silver BonBows Trench Grey Finiali 915OHandsome line of Jewelry Caces moat ridbantc designs Hundreds of tther articles E M RUSSELL AT RUSSELLSio J 9 L i y z T JTHE SPRINGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEMBER 29 905 w b r J You Must Sleep anirritatedthe brain which will soon de velope into nervous prostration Nature demands sleep and it Is as important as fqod it as a part of her building and periodfmental and physical strain and allows nature to restore ex vitalityDr ervine brings F refreshing sleep because it soothes the irritation and rei congestionIt it nourishes and strengthens ev cry nerve in your body and organsNothingand vitality as surely and quickly as Dr Miles Nervine During the past winter I had two attacks of LaGrippo which left me very weak and in bad condition Iwas so nervous I could not sleep My wife after trying different remedies went for a doctor The doctor was cut and a npighbor recommended Dr homeII and had terrible pains in my head After taking a few doses of Nervine 3 the pain was not so severe and I slept I am now taking the second bottle and am very much imnroved BENRY M SMITH Underhill Vt yourItrst bottfe will benefit If It falls he moneyJCles Elkhart Ind Oe O ooe O a O 0000000000000 I What will You fREAD 1WINTERw You will H Save li Money I TByselecting 1 yourIbt reading k matter from The r Suns Club bing list THE SUN AND 1t Bothpa t pers lyr f t Bryans Commoner w L75 I 1 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Enquirer175ISemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 t SemiWeekly St Louis Globe t Democrat 175 1 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Rome andFarm 125 r American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist150American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Keview of Reviews 325 ts Magazine 285 Magazine400Ledger Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny iso CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily COurierI Journal except Sunday6 40 Same Sunday 8 20 1ccZiori t Courier vy three days in 70ICourierJournalany three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 5he Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 iJhe EveningPost Address Th Sun Springfield Ky eiIa o o 000QQQ QQQQQQQQ f I j My jhoicjOriginal The doctor tells me said my fa thor one morning after breakfast that this heart of mine Is liable to take me off at any moment Defore I go wish to see you married would be glud if you could have a romance but romances wilt not be bidden they come when they please or not at all I must therefore ask you to choose a husband in u conventional way Three men unve proposed to me for your hand Edward Hewitt Arthur Lyons and Gilbert Lawrence AU are able to support you all are mentally and physically admirable Inca except Law rence who is cursed with a club foot believe you know them Mr Hewitt I have met Mr Lyons I know pretty well Mr Lawrence I do not know at all Jheii I suppose the choice falls be ltwtjcwltt and Lyons I is silent My expression must have been lugubrious for father said Poor little girL Then I turned to him and said Send them all to me to make their propositions direct and I will decide between them On different days h No let them all come tomorrow evening Put them in different rooms and let them out like hears In a menag erie one after another Father smiled grimly and went next evening I took position In the small drawing room Presently walkIeeladvanced to within a short distance of me and stood deferentially He was a fine looking man though not handsome le egan to speak In a forum toneYour rather has given me the Inca timable privilege of laying my heart at your feet I have known you lougj enough to feel assured of the loveliness of your disposition the rectitude ofI your conduct and it Is plain to all you are beautiful I mention these traits since from boyhood I have been resolved that the woman I marry must possess them As to worldly goods I have sufficient myself I can take care of you in the same fashion as you have been brought up You have only to speak one word to make me happy- I duly appreciate I replied the honor you have done me and am pleas ed to know your requirements In the- woinnn you shall marry I will hold your proposal under advisement and you will be duly informed His confident manner underwent d sudden change and he retired in some confusion 1s Ten minutes later Mt Lyons came in He cast a frightened glance at me then bent his eyes to the floor He did not come as near me as his predecessor and instead of standing erect bent low 1 tee he said in a hesitating voice that it is a presumpiiou for me to offer my unworthy hand to one so greatly my superior on6 who is known to the world for her many admirable traits as well as foi heij beauty When I asked your father to be permitted to pay my addresses to you I had no hope that the little I have to offer in those endowments prized by woman would be acceptable to one possessing every ehdowment acceptable to men If you can find It In your heart to fa vor my suit you will inspire me with a confidence and happiness never felt before He stood waiting with head bowed and eyes still bent to thd floor I assure you Mr Lyons I said that tar from feeling too good for you I do not reel good enough for you I thank you for your high opinion of my endowments and for your most complimentary offer 1 must ask you for a brief period in which to con shier am delighted be said that you will even to consider a JOSUI of fIof the three had made their proposals one telling me what he required In a wife the other I desoed In alms band The third rntrit litml to state his case and he had a clubfoot What a position for a girl to be placed In When the door opened and Lawrence entered he limped along briskly his eyes fixed on me his countenance lit with admiration mingled with intense anxiety It seemed us if he was bent on the one supreme quest of his life He came up close tb me and sat on the edge of a chair directly opposite me May I tell you a story he asked You may One lay a year ago I was In the art gallery when a girl came in and began looking at the pictures I do not know If her face was beautiful I only know that the soul looking through it caught mine and whirled it away Every day since then I have gone to the gallery hoping to meet her and thrice that I have done so have amply repaid me For a year I have worshiped her in silence Then when I could en dure It no longer I resqlved to know my fate You are that girl Tell me If my life Is to be withered or If the gates of heaven are to be opened tome in your love As he spoke the last words he reach ed for my hand I have been through a dreadful or denlI sold not withdrawing it but you have lightened the burden You may come and see me whenever you like and If yon continue to love me in a closer proximity and I grow to love you I will be your wife This I told him When I informed my father I said Gilbert Lawrence is my choice CORA ASHWORTH iJ5 j atjs SPITE FENCE ENDS LONG FRIENDSHIP Sirs Blair Barricades Mr Spieker Window Which Overlooks Her Kitchen and Starts a Feud New YorkOne old woman who in her own words is determined to have her way is blocking the peace and harmony of an entire neighbor hood on East One Hundred and Thir tyfourth street with a spite fence which stands today like a monument burledIBlair and William Spieker who for fifteen years lived side by side In Nos neighjborlyTwo years ago Mr Spieker cut a window in the side of his extension kitchen which had been lighted only by a door As it overlooks the Blairs yard Mr Spieker first asked his neighbors if ther was any obection He says nonewas offered When the window was completed Mr Spieker seeing Mrs Blair out among the flowers cried out At last I can see you That alght mouldy boards were dragged from Mrs Blairs cellar and URS SPIEKER HAD FENCE CONSTRUCTED TEN FEET HIGH propped upon an old d ighouse The window was effectually blocked When storm or wind disturbed the barricade the neighbors say It was carefully built up agaii To insure the closing of every po ssible crevice even an old clothes jole equipped ImongtheThe Spieker family appeal d to an cleat friendship and the Christianity of the Blairs Then they applied to the health department Inspectors came saw took voluminous notes and did nothing The fence was then ten feet high The Blairs raised it two feet higher The Spiekers went to the building department and the Blairs were Inform ed that the law admits of no fence higher than ten feet The Spiekers rejoiced and the neighbors rejoiced with them but too soon Mrs Blair conceded the two feet but Instcjad of cutting it from the top took It frql11 the bottqm raising in its place a wall of bricks and mortar Thus was the law satisfied and her own wayr maintained The Splekers Say the fence covered with ice in winter freezes their pipes tnd that their maids eyes suffer for ack of light Th Spieker family said yesterday hey were at a loss to explain Mrs Blair action Mrs Blair said that what she built on her own property was nobodySi business but her own SENTENCED TO KISS WIFE Brooklyn Magistrates Punishment for aif Alleged DeserterMust Carry It Ou- tNewYorkSolomon with all his wisdom could not hold a candle to Magis trate HIgginbotham as an administrator of justice George Lindsay of Brook lyn was before the magistrate re cently charged by his wife with having abandoned her and their baby I sentence you to spend ope day a week with Prospectpnrktrate HIgginbotham You accompany your wife and watch the baby play Dont speak to each other All you have to do Is to watch the baby play Yes sir Lindsay said fumbling his hatAnd Lindsay you are further sen tence to kiss your wife once each day continued the magistrate You might Also take her a bunch of flowers once a week so she will have something pleas ant to look at You ire also to pay her aix dollars a week for four weeks This sentence must be carried out If it Id tabt you will be in contempt of court and I will punish you You and your wife are to come back here In a month and let me know how the courts sen tence Is being carried out Exhumed by Steam Shovels Bpringfleld IllIn compliance with request from citizens in the vicinity of Edwardsvllle the state board of health sent Dr Baker inspector for the department to make an investigation of the conditions under which the re ported exhumation tit dead bodies if being made by the St Louis i North easterk railway near the county poor farm at that city The road recently purchased ground from the board of supervisors and it is said the steam shovel throws out dead bodies by the score from the site of A former cemetery 0 7 r 2 = WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhoa you want to have a job of work done have It done at home It yia go away from borne to buy or if you go away from homo to havo work done nine times Out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic t homo the met bant knows you and will not misrepresent his jcoods to you he has known you for ye ire he Is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you be doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of havfng received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dint come up Pay your money out at home and it may comeback again but send it to one of the big mail order houses and it wifl buy 2icent cigan for some millionaire in a European home The Sun bogs to call the attention of its subscribers the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You willjbo tickled whon you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big nailorder house WILt HAYDON BARBER lf1Groceries HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etei George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a SpecialtyJ T Irvine AlcEIroy Dealer In- Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross DrugStore Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Hayd ri Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles L and N trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville I A ROBERTSON BROSI Clothing Hagan Groceries Vegetables leachm Furniture Carpets Musicallnstruments James Graves Watchmaker Repairing Gruhdy Mclntire Clothing McEIroy Shultz Hardware Russell Silverware Railroad Time Table Incoming Outgoing SURE CURE Claybrook onlyNo IJ DailyNo 1410c IWOUJIDSED HUSCLES LAME I SCALDS ETC l AN ANTISEPTIC that Irritation Inflam out Pain Tissuesprqmoteselasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W True writes My wife been suffering years with paralysis arm was persuaded to Ballarda Snow Liniment complete cure have used for old akin eruptions It the work BEST ON EARTH ONCE USED SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES and BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C HAYDON Springfield Ky Diet Kor Fnttrnlnic Fowl To fowls they are In coops or pens fed at regular pe- rIods on a fixed says Amerlcan Journal When first shut up they are fasted for about hours to give them an appetite for the new treatment They are fed three a day stated times food usual consists of soft meal cornmeal pea meal meal ground oats This mixed to a thin state with skim milk fiSt given in a trough to the front of the coop or pen the end of about a week the food is made thicker some beef or mutton tat add ed the quan tity which gradua ly Increased No water Is required uni grain necessary though somej tatters give boiled barley for the last feed In the day some flint grit is provided some boiled nettles or three times n week The food must never be given when stale or sour It bird appears not tou thrive during the process It should be turned out In an open r- unst 4 Dealers In Dry Goods Shoes Etc C lY fealor In Ice Beer E t DehlerIa J and Jeweler Done on Short Notice Dealers In Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Dealers In Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks 825 p m 735 650 600II Daily No 42 525 a m 617II7 03II755 Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 am 930II730a4 r Suny only No 90 T= 715 a ra 800II845 935II 705 p m 552IIII Daily No 44 120 p m 220II410 p m 545 p m BURNS tops subdues mation and drives S Bailey P O Texas five ia her when I use which effected a I it sores and does LINIMENT TRIED ALWAYS REFUSE ALL 25c SOC 100 CO ST LOUIS U S A J fatten confined and diet Poultry twelve times at The ly barley or is wooden fastened At is of Is Is not and two a t Etc W Etc had also without food for twentyfour Hours and then replaced In the coop and tried again To Dl tlnjcni h Sexei The duck Is very easily distinguished from the drake by Its heavy coarse voice The drake has a lighter hoarse quack as It he had a bad cold and was losing his voice Adult drakes usually have a pronounced curl In the tall feathers though this will sometimes be found on ducks The voice is the best method of determining the sex as after you have handled a few of them you cannot mistake the loud heavy voiced quack of the duck There should be very Utile difficulty In distinguish ing between the torn and hen in tur keys The torn or gobbler has very heavy throat waddles carries Itself very differ ntly from the female and Is much more aggressive When fully mature and strutting about the farm yard there should not be the slightest difficulty In telling the gobbler Re liable Poultry Journal J f t r1t 4 1 iA iCarrlai Td nIt ci Repairing titSaddJlhpalrlnf t+ titW4 most satisfactory manner Nothing but the best material 4I used and satisfaction guar +teed fit topIfVold saddle made +4f comfortable a n + titold set of harness e strong That is what we guar 4 antee tThat is what you may 44 Expect Give us a trial fALLEN BEGEMAN +4Ht 4ZIcZ4IZ1IZtZ1 e vivz t Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices AU work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A PECIALTY All DentalWork Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life fire and Accident Old ilaasachnsetts Mutual always raUabte lniworldDr J ft LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera HouSe Springfield Kentucky DR J C HIM SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OmCZ J 8TOBX Office Hours 12 M tb 2P M Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlckUp stairs Phones Residence 7i office 97 MISS EllA ADAMS NURSf TELEPHONES Day 49 L ffif fct Iff T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky win practice in the courts of Waiaand and eFgiesIa the urte C C McCHOKD ATTYATLAW i Springfield Ky Will practice in all State aad Federal Cowk W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wm in the courts ofafl1JoInIng counties and ia the courtBoSG p W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Itwn practice in the courts of WAM 1niand soiolning counties and In court of Appeate S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTlbNCCR4l j Springfield Xyi alable PioM st Subicrlb for Tkc ta tM 4 t 0 t i7T 1rTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 29 190 Wintering The Late Pigs Late fall pigs on some farms are coir sidered valuable property says John M Jamison iu National Stockman A November pig makes a desirable feed irr er for the next summer on pasture or one sought after to follow cattle that brassWithafter cattle on good blue grass or clo TCT pasture he should make wonderful gains But to make the late full pig useful for this purpose he must be well wintered He should be kept growing all the time There is no more waste lul plan to winter pigs or hogs of myIkind excepting roodsows than to simply to make them hold their own The fall pig in limited numbers can be safely handled and with some profit on every ftrni where grain Is grown If the farmer cannot or does not want to feed to the finish there are fanners situated a little different from himself who will want just such shotes to finish the next summer feeding corn to such shotes on I the summer is a very attractive propo sitioufor some farmers The fall pig will nbt go begging for a chance to finish for market And the man who tries to grow him if only a litter or two can get a remunerative price for him if he Is properly cared for The Dnroo Jersey Hop At the national swine breeders con vention held In 1S72 the Jersey swine of New Jersey and the Durocs of New York were classified in the families of red swine with similar characteristics the Durocs it was then stated being finer in bone and carcass than the oth DTJBOC JEESET SOW DOT- reds Previous to that time the Jer sey reds had been bred In the state of yew Jersey for over fifty years The most popular color fQr this breed Is a deep cherry red without any mark ings The type most approved is thatv of a compact hog exceeding smooth in all parts and very close to the ground The head is fine the ear light and pendent neck short and thick the cc boulder fail yet smooth with the body the pack slightly arching wide and strong the hips deep and the hind quarter very plump and full with meat vbrytto approach very close to the ground The type is that ot a very early ma turing hog that gill dress a high pert centage of valuable cuts The Duroc Jersey sow Dots whose portrait is here reproduced from American Cultivator was a prize winner at the St Louis ex position Proper Feed For Rams For the farmer who has one or ramta s amount corn ed has been found to make the bes feed All of this feed that the ram will t eat up clean in a reasonable length of time should be given twice a day but j care should be taken that there is but t little wheat or corn in the feed1Oa y will not hurt a Tarn You can feedit IIall he will eat of them and there is no er of injury or overfeeding so loo as you keep his appetite good and al ways ready for his meaL But with the heavier feeds there is considerable da get Better leave out the corn alt gether than to feed too much of It As to forage the ram should be fed mixed hay containing a large per cent of tI othy or even clear timothy hayAmer Jean Sheep Breeder Growth of Hoof The average rate of hoof growth in a f horse is about onethird of an inch a month says Farm Journal Hind hoots grow faster than fore hoofs and unshod ones grow faster than shod ones The time required for the horn to grow groundc b Influenced to a slight degree by 1 cited conditions varies in proportion to the distance of the coronet from i ground At the toe depending on g r height the horn grows down in eleven pto thirteen months at the wall in six to eight months and at the heels In three to five months We can thus esti i mate with tolerable accuracy the time required for the disappearance of such defects In the hoof as cracks and clefts s Care of Sheep ffor on reIt plenty of straw may be had they a better off in the yard than In the barn Heireyer It Is undesirable and dang Otis to expose sheep to strong winds cold rains or driving snows but constructed shed wHl give s Icient protection against them Rg Note Good clean wholesome food will n er hurt a hog Linseed meal U especially useful to the pregnant and suckling BOWS Tile success of a young sow wjth h ant Utter has much to do with her fu twe value A stated fall pig In exceediBgly poor jceyeUy He never gets over it if lie floes live through the winter A keg with a short Bose and thick JM4 short legs and plenty of hem quiet44T and OICE MISCEKLANY IIncrcdulbrthat Dougfas has the richest mil ji the wprld it is Jievertlieloss a jThis railroad track auJ bed av menout one lialf mile long but the a x doubtless correctly estimate and I ItOOO Alongside of th mothereof tlia Copper Queen smelt care ergoad years costoPxueppler and runs out to the before riche1 a r hulke l of sonic df the have thous er ore In t ie world and also lf tour ofother concentrates from Note forms and mitts The railroad urplu8 ore reserve from JSthat the berfc The t cpih of and It isltoxides and all ore drew chite etc l es mnn Snnes inlla nature ter like J concentrates that gilt mated thas of gold It Is estiouro contains lObed of this rich road 10 pet ceii118 of ore which runs 30 and is valued at Ppna Kepubliean Again CnrlyT7 Will A farmer Id Siiiiiinir watch chain jtoba wears on hIs which has attskencd metal disk til historrSonmto It the following My a booking clerk1 ago he was away Dumfriesshire llway station in ask such lyle whom he lay Thomas Car ised ticket for a show sight took sl rylng down a by rail and laM least securea souvenitclork eager to love tryman put the famous coun Tied ille and fromlife own pocket nit have He left the railwa0 deficiency long time was out lce a mately although uatlon Ulti enough grqln he was asalnst the lastthe treasuredart WIth Ws But it would not tle shilling man test Then the fact the ringing they to tile exrailway cleilde evident recognized d palmed on the S somebody month shilling ThChelsea aasked014the relics pdlackot told him stick to it Relati t himme to anitoba where be him to if I did fraudulent Carlyle shiltand the said been his most treasured8 long man London Xews8slonDaily our way did not remainlA neiXewform of transverse depre the wrote riageatmorereason for their existence pr17 coquette self If only one rail were aff cause might be thought a defe1contin11 material but this plainly Isoccasiocase since the depressions occv or less frequently over several with 11solelyer brakes or to acceleration v this time considerable mystery lies in theei to parative immunity of steam fibers the conditions appear m f tonlysoItare found occasionally on girder carrying else ic street cars so eallblsoughtty of electric traction Railway A Frost Makes Fat turkey tots a tt armpt fall the ground keeps soft the tion lingers on and the fields are reasuertg tillI Sendsm on Ion forages eating the worms and agrlngy muscle fronsus and ando the bugs Then the turkeys are not ed to wander They loaf in the farm omf rain and put on flesh like a middle aS man at a seashore hotel B warm fail hunting the irresisti the turkeys do their fifteen or twentythat miles regularly every day and become athletes For athletic turkeys no public demand =New York Power of Radium In an address before the Brit snuffle association Professor Darwin substanceth which was perhaps millions of times more theowould contain enough power 10000 tons a mile above rholsurface Another way of same estimate was that the everfright needed to tow a ship of 12000 tons 1 distance of 6000 sea miles at knots was contained In twentytw6 ounces of radium Now we knew that the earth contains radio astir Late vials and it was safe to assume that forms in some degree a sa rethe materials of the solar hence it was almost certain ersunls radio active also aDockfag Horses ufPresident Roosevelt has sea good service in taking a pronounced stand against docking horses Washington the custom Is tabooed and eicemevn such barbarity It is a cockney Idea copied from the aristocratic snobs of England It not only deprives theShe naturaler grace but a files gad other Insects which are left free to torture him In Kentucky to the people be it said outside of set the practice finds no faro the agricultural fairs where the hi rteat grades of bones of all shown such mutilation Is ra Louisville CourierJournal 0 y Promise 0Original Irving Perk came to Hiidreth joined our aoaial circle my foser hall just died tad left ice the of her daughter CjTilthla eight old Margaret said our mother the day she flied you know what 1 done for you Indeed I do replied is clreturnon Without your cure L kn what will bcomeofl1er Prom you will be a mother to her foToof your own I know a womans upchildsceottcoIVt lIrieflgoI made no reljlyI you not promise me this mnrrytillgishefoster mother slg Jed and taro She knew she had no right a sacrifice What I laid irowas equivalent almost to not tui at all Eight or nine years must pass before Cynthia would and she might never love at all I not met thpromised mownhimto tell me that I hud met my ingisunit the woman from the moment meet Irving Peck awl I each in the other a mate and after my foster mothers death me to be his wife When of my promise he did not a itof break it indeed he told me th he would not respect me that he would marry 110 other wo and if Cynthia stood always he would never marry We think it best that we sho near each other and Irving er saw nor heard froinhim Ilthia was seventeen then me that since she was of a m age we might meet again that Cynthia promised to be abherafter this to hear from hi butt cohopeevery young man ItJle t illa Alexander there were conquests for her to make a friend in Caldwell invited a visit and Cynthia gladly ac Irrloreaiilesee me The truth Is Cynthia full of witchery and withal was fearedrapnernotthat a special project won titger hsred the secret of my promise together and I talked In my had never told her fetri mfullht account But I did ot know ofJIzmS that I looked to ea see6 affairs to release me butautake a malicious pleasure thILWcirinadd not have done so fw Oujrlous CyntIK I received a letter from- s told trto my great delight it wbtemptom not th ie this wa give me his name ttedIe consequence to me letter know him Her n xtgild laterblcat lavement me mS read l frcc Before 11n1 and took Fer turew it do IanPress ng Ing to I Cyntbias fim for the name ashd l9 Ing Peek name was rv What strang these two tonce bad broughtr that herDId Cynthia r Did Irvingtid been my lov ntoas Cynthia could II USa ess he told bet the truth uu not know N5 might nzedrate her before sincetad not RfiftAnotber week pr from Irving Then Pd nothl rlase drove up to tilting n curSalighted I knew and a tonitcowl hempleouttnto s stPcp drew back 9 rms snidcredengaged W Is In113t Is our freedom m are engaged as well l fbice 1ttill Cynthia should e glo With her engagement yotpu is engaged or was engtpe I bare broken the engagemee- t thel1nt foraTo marry you I saw it all Hoi had duped letotttel VasrknowgYear nn heeidomrely M BROOl CARE OFt RABBITS j now ThoicAtiliunlM Shjjnld Be lionsd 1andThe most vaHiablekinds of rabbi 5 llelgillurewhIte those of n sliver gray or bIt e gray coloring are the most rare The hutches In which your pets aleto live should be quite dry sweet an i clenn says the Louisville Cotirie Journal To insure this it is wise t have a few holes drilled in the Hoc of the hutch and rest it upoii tw pieces of wood so that The air oa i puss underneath The hutch should b eaned out every day and fresh stnu or hay supplied at least twice a noel bIsethan by giving them the wrong kind o od Wet food sn hrts cabbage carro tops etc with the frost dew or rain on the loaves is very Injurious rtain amount of green stuff is urse necessary lint the general i Iltlon is to give too witch Cabbage rsley carrot tojs grass etc ore ai od for bunnies but in addition bay oats barley bran peas beans boll e anYn t ve flayeh ereningbtb u cmri UitJ2ltra of thi hutch whe your petal may help themselves as thence it There Is less waste too wher is plan is resorted to gracubegr always living in hutch and if you hue a little Inelost space wher9 the can ruu about as wh weresuch as this will do them a lot of lawnaor Is a possibility of ing1 them you should have n pen made wire netting and wood find tit catalILaboroldare made P saysthe bohestaroarwaistI fbe1wood not too heavy and meusuri out 30 by 10 Inches Cover it fir ticmtliiver cloth which also be of old materIal No t11cn0 belworn t9 ten a loop of leather usitjg a bit of nnI boahtill willasproata few small articles Is but a mo thononghees boiledLdo this buy a two quart tin pan to set over the gas burner and In this mlnla pieceaa ocht hourin bite Slow to Make Grapefruit Jelly In making grapefruit jellyprepnre one box of gelatin according to the Housekecpbutthree medium sized fruits Sweeten when the jelly Is Just becoming = throughaBqunrttr unevenly Fill to all the uneven places whippetofl better whipped Just enough to be bbubbleRch buttery tnsteglHovr to Save VaNhlnr and Dusters Save washing and dusters by using old newspapers for cleaning They a ret excellent tor window polishers for scouring tinware with and nrea1 polishingirl a al newspaperillor water spilled on the gas or cooking stove for it will enable r to keep the stove dean with half usual trouble 01 CHowIf wish to shut off any view 1through a window you can do it very cheaply In the following manner Dis solve in a little hot water as much epsom salts as the water will absorb Paint this over the Inside of the window When dry you wlILhave a fair imitation of ground glass Hew te Rid Lines et Pratt pals Fruit stains may be removed from table linen by moistening the stain with milk and then covering with powdered common table salt After ward wash in the ordinary manner Hew te Brlffaten Tlawar To make tin kitties etc ai bright new rub with a woolen rag Aced to kerosene Polish with a joft 1V wper See ivA a1io remove from taraiah d farkltwrt I W and TIDE aWAIT fOR NO MAN James Graves JEWELERniim t How to Clean Cramp Dishes Isimplethe dirt greasy trying pans and other caw cooking outfit down to the creels whs there is plenty of moss and sandy mud sitrs complacently down on a convenient rods cud begins by throwing a handful of nod into the frying pan Then witsa of moss proceeds to scour dirtYjsaysdskepticnless but it wig certainly scour a frying intoasIt anisdonr rio r doaHow to Make Grecnencre Jam thergreengage otscold theJhalf hour or until the fruit begins to- tutrIltender lift one of the jars and hitsLo sugar boilens boiling water ten or fifteen minutes ankare p np Ip the same manner Chamberlains 1 Cough Remedy i The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedyls famous for Its cures over eaaeopium or other harmful drop and may bo Ten as confidently to a baby as to an adult etaf8Farm0 191 acres in Mercer county on pike handsomely improved fine land near railroadstation and new flour and grist StrodeBothcnsh96 acres with 5room house land near Mackville x30096 liiackvillimroved e well on pike wen improved 2000 countyfarmsprice 60 an ncre310 acres Mer 1landbasresidencefine pmducingarm35 an acreAndmany other J operties me you wish to of EwLVGReal R JOHN Y MAYES Funeral on And sale Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ifBest Attention r Every courtsey shown LtNttlst ale Liiic if Caikats Md Bwtal It eks TekphoMf DaY 19 Night 74 rTr l Ct i 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 OUHf TIE PIECES save anxiety because they can be relied upon My guar anteed watches are as cheap as many that are unreliable PRICE THEM AND SEE J Director c0000000000000001 Peoples Deposit pBank8 Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 50000hSurplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President identpChas 3L At Cashier 0H C Lee Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham HaFdoatlofYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed 6 OOQOOGOQQOOOOOPOOOOOOOQOOO I enaeTUE FIRST if I National Bank 7 Ia OFxJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY y I wre iICAPITAL 50000 n Surplus andRJndivided I Profits 25000 n1 toVicePresidentAe LB Cain Asst Cashier Il R E Foster Bookkeeper e 0 l DIRECTORS 0 BLLitser J W Lewis d Sidnec F3L Campbell tte RHtdeIen H fGrundy a Jno O PolinQe Ct We granf every favor consistent + havenot Ja bank we invite your patronage oe eOtQneoeneneaeooeaeoeoeg C M Turner Lee Riles4 Jr TUMEX RILEYf fir i f LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE A Springfield y i rNice Outfits For Traveling Mel PHOSX ISi l YOUNEED1T SALVE + CURESs Youneedit Salve manufactured By Dn W Thomas Hodgenville Kyi8 oae the very few salves which absolutely wotlynow has on file in his office 1426 teed monials coming from people whoghav been cured or greatly benefited the put year This is a new salve having been the market about one year and tM 1426 testimonials come as a u1tolthey of 2646 boxes TFor Sale By AH DnlfflstS DR J W THOMAS lied eavl1e Ky r A w r F 11 e p THE SPRINGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY NOVEAIBER 29 1905 f A GREWSOME r THANKSGIVING Original In the taproom of an Inn before a = blazing open fire sat the landlord smok ing his pipe and taking a pull occasion ally from a black bottle that stood on the table beside him A cold wind blew an equally cold rain against the window panes and roared In the chim ney There were sounds of some one without knocking the mud from his boots and a man entered A bad night Bill said the landlord I dont see why the parsons dont choose a better season for Thauksgiv InV If they must thank the Lord for what they dont git they might as well do so when least the weathers like ly to be suchas to be thankful for Just such a night as this a year ago Remember Bill replied looking at the landlord with a singular expres sion The landlord made no reply Say Bill he said presently taking his pipe from his mouth theres a gen tleman come about an hour ago that looks for all the world like the one we done a year ago tonight He come be twixt daylight and dark and kep his coat collar up and his hat down over his eyes so I couldnt see but there remindIcdbe thankful for and perhaps this one has been sent by the Lord to do the same And Bill who had seated him self on the other side of the table helped himself to a stiff glass of grog I showed him the nereast room the landlord went on but he turned and started Jnto the norwest room just as if hed been there before and know ed all about itBill looked up quickly at the land lord He didnt sad anything It was not necessary It was in the north west room that the stranger had been murdered The two men sat now and again helping themselves to the con tents of the bottle Each knew the thoughts of the other Their funds reiP only way for doing so that suggested itself to them Besides the resem blance of the man upstairs to the one from whom they had secured a fine haul a year agone and his passing so familiarly into his predecessors room made the work all the more obnoxious to them The rum they drank did not make them drunk They were below par and it gave them the necessary stiffeningSingular said Bill presently that ayear ago tonight there wasonly one traveler in the house and only one to nightIt goes to show that the Lord takes care of us Some think only good people git any luck I reckon weve lot as much to be thankful for on this Thanksgivin night as if we had wings growin out of our shoulders There was a pause during which a similar picture came up before the memory of eachn picture of a happy and innocent group gathered around the fireside after the Thanksgiving dinner There were the old father proud of his boys and girls the mother solici tous for her childrens future all con stituting a loving united family Surely there had been great changes since then The landlord went to the fire and sat bent over It peering at the live coals to which it was now reduced Bill sat with his hat drawn down over his eyes apparently asleep Suddenly a wheezy clock struck the hour of 11 Bill slowly raised himself TVell what dyou think he asked I aint up to a job tonight Neither am L But Ive got to have r money MWe didnt git so much out of the job we done a year ago We got five hundred for the dia mond The last reminder stiffened the reso lntion of the landlord and they began to make preparations for sending the gentleman where he wouldnt need his L belongings The landlord went out and returned with his pistols but Bill protested that he didnt like noisy weap ons Thats fright said the landlord There isnt aSSoese within a miJen Yes but app in some un happen ed to be walbin by and heard a shot Mnat voud become of us in case the stranger should be traced here Bet d ter do him as we done the other Bill took off Jils bootsthe landlord was already In slippers and golnIto the staircase tl1e sUcnth crept up to the floor aboeThe door to the travelers bedroom was ajar as if inviting them to enter A kerosene lamp was fixed In the Mall throwing some light into the room Bill tlptoeM to the open ing and looked In Then he returned to his companion and said Hes awful still I can usually hear qty man breathe when hes asleep but J cant hear him Im sick of the business before Its begun replied the other 0h git some sand into you Como onlV r Each drawing a long knife crept In to the room In passing through the door they left It wide open and there was light enough to see the stranger stretched on the bed Suddenly both started back and looked into each oth ers blanched face Its the same one each whispered aghastThere on the bed lay the stranger they had murdered on Thanksgiving night a year before his heart exposed showing the wound that had killed himThe next morning when they had mustered courage to enter the room by renerbedtrecrr sJeptJ tONDiWHhtLES Y r hr V1 c irfXfc TTT PRATHERS CREEK Mr and Mrs W F Kimberlin spent Sunday with his father Thomas Kim berlin near Jensonton Mr Sam Mays Sr is the pleasant guest of the family of J H Mays this week G H Christerson was in Harrods burg last Saturday While in Springfield last Monday the editor of The Sun informed me that some of the correspondents failed to get their letters in in time consequent ly they had to be held over to the next issue If possible correspondents ought to get correspondence in on Mondays mail Messrs George Burns and Clint Tay lor caught four coons and five opos sums Saturday night These boys are the champion coon and opossum hun tersMarried at the residence of Rev J W Campbell at Texas Mr Sid Rus sell and Miss Sallie Ann Hplderman on the 22 inst Mr Russell is a son of John Russell while Miss Holderman is the daughter of W H Holderman Both the bride and groom areprominent in this section and have many friends who extend congratulation Your cor respondent sends greetings to the newly married couple and wishes for them a long and happy life Herman the little sixyearold son of Mr andMrs J P Best died Novem ber 26 The little boy had been a suf ferernearly all his life and death only came as a relief He was a bright child and will be greatly missed by father and mother and other relatives The parents should be consoled by the goneiwell MOORESVILLE Mr Simpson and Miss Mattie Cammack were married at Midway last Wednesday Rev W H Yancey offici ating Mr Bernard Wall and wife were in Springfield last Saturday and Sunday the guest of Mr and Mrs E G Bob litt Quite a good crowd attended county court last Monday Messrs Owen Ellis Sam Sweeney find Albert Wall of Woodlawn were in our midst last Saturday and Sunday Mr Lewis and wife of Polin visited Mr Thomas A Hardin last Saturday and Sunday Miss Chatseye Collins of Botland visited her sister Mrs S H Crumes last Sunday Miss Fairye Lyddane of Booker visited her parents at Midway Satur day and Sunday Miss Lizzie Oliver of Springfield is visiting her father at this place Several from here attended church at Mt Zion last Sunday Capt Bright has removed his damp from near Pplin to Willisburg Messrs Jim Montgomery and John nie Ellis a tended a social at Mr Bishop near Woodlawn last Saturday nightUArthur Moore has sold his farm to Widow Lambert Possession to be given January 1 1906 Mr Moore purchased a tract of land from Am brose Washhurn Messrs Otis Settle Ed Yates and Thurman W eeley are working at the L N depot Louisville Mr and Mrs T D Sweeney visited their son Bob at Chaplin last Sunday Mr Arthur Eddleman wife and son of Booker visited Mr Lyddane at Midway last Sunday BRDOKSVILLE s=or The Misses Sterile entertained their many friends on last Thursday night All enjoyed the occasion Mrs Jane Birch left last Tuesday to visit her daughter atLouisville Mr Taylor Cooksey and wife spent last Sunday and Monday at the home of J C Burns at Lawrenceburg Mrs Luther Herron and family spent last Sunday and Monday at the home of Mrs Sallie Noels Born to the wife of Taylor Cooksey a fine boy Mr John Noel spent last Sunday at Tatham Springs Mrs Leathers moved to her daugh ters Mrs A C Pinks n last week Mr Charley Scruggs is very low with consumptionMr of Fenwick and Miss Nora Cheatham spent list Sunday with Mrs Margaret Rogers VIII1tSCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC irwAKC or IMITATIONS THE CNUINC MCPAHCD BallardSnow Liniment Co sT LOUIS MOpFor sate by c j day on Springfield 7 i MTZION representedtgtownMonday day Mrs J N Hays and little daughter Sarah Catherjne were shopping in Bloomfield Monday Mr Charles Williams wife and son Thomas Dawson spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother Mrs Dawson near Bloomfield Mr Herbert Crumes visited his sis ter Mrs James Cull at Ashes Creek Saturday and Sunday Mrs Kate Williams and son Master Thomas Marshall attendrd church at Chaplin Friday and Saturday and vis ited the family of Mr James Cocan Taylor is expected home from Bardstown Wednesday to spend Thanks giving with his motner Miss Lydia Bishop of Midway is the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs St e Williams Miss Cordia Pinkston of Stringtown visited her uncle Bailley Pinkston and family Sunday Mr J P Marshell of Bardstown visited his sister Mrs Kate Williams last week Mrs George Sutherland and daugh ter Miss Aria and Master Oney were in Bloomfield Saturday Miss Clandir Neal after a very pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Mayme Neal at Maud returned home Sunday eveningI Mr and Mrs R M Graham of Louisville will spend Thanksgiving with the latters father Mr John B Hays qhilIdrenweek with her parents Mr T P Moore and wife Mrs Eliza Mitchell accompanied by her son Edand Marvin Williams of Litsey attended church here Sunday Mr Robert Gray and sister Miss Ollie spent Sunday with Miss Lillie Sutherland Miss Eva Sutherland was the guest of friends at M ud Saturday and Sun day Miss Lydia Williams left Tuesday for a several w eks visit to friends in Louisville and ler uncle Rev James Williams at Beards Miss Carrie R ssell and little nephew Paul Vanfleet returned Sunday from a several days visit to her brother John Russell a t Yanarsdale It is a common sight now to see our sportsman reaping about over the hills and through meadow in search of game They report game very scarce Still they will hund fENWICK Mr John Harmon bought thirteen acres of land price 200 Mrs Prudy Janes is ill with a com plication of diseases Benett Hidgon lost a fine calf from eating frozen cane The entertainment given at the Mayes schoolhouse was well attended Charley Litseyvisited at the home of Billy Logsdon Sunday Miss Mattie Begily visited her par ents at this place Saturday and Sun day Miss Katie Cutsinger entertained quite a number of her friends at the home of Mr William Hardin Saturday night All report a nice time If allof the correspondents would unite in sending in the news we could help to make The Sun one of the best papers printed in the state 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 had many different doctors and seve ral medicines but got no benefit un til I to use Electric Bitters So wonderful was their effort that in three days I felt like a new today I am cured of all my troubles Guaranteed at C J Haydons drugstore price 50c Notice Taxpayers i County and State taxes for 1905 are due and must be paid at once After December 1 penalty will be added All persons owing back taxes must settle or their property will be advertised for sale My term in office expires January 1 and all business must be settled BYRON CROAKErS W C flow to Mend Tat a Lise Table linen Is best inendetL ylth em broidery cotton of a number tocorre spbnd with the quality of the cloth Under the ragged edges of the tear baste a piece of stiff paper and make a network of fine stitches back and forth over Its edges carrying the stitches about an Inch beyond the tear Thin places and breaks In linen may be run with flax or embroidery floss and the towels should be mended In the same way How to va1I Kid Glove In washing kid gloves the kind that waterdontenough to get out every particle df soap It Is a good plan to wash then carefully and then to rinse ttemTn clean butIIQPYlVlltehO that a little of tei soap js leftjinto keep jthe kid 9ft Irf irtyt I ft i vvie fPUBLIC SALE SATURDAY DECEMBER 9 1905 One and a half miles north of Card well on the Cardwell and Bethel turn pike on the above date I will offer fool sale to the highest bidder the following property HORSES and CATTLE Ten head of Extra 800 Ib steers head of 1100 Ib steers one Jersey cow seven years old fresh March 27 1JJ06 gives one gallon milk per day 1 year ling heifer fresh May 20 1906 on sixmonths old Jersey heifer one good brood mare in foal by Billy Sire on good family horse one span of weanling mare mules one fouryearold stallion wellbred I will also sell my fine stall ion Billy Sayrt 5863 Sire of Galileo Rex 212 2 etc and i number of other fast colts Will alst sell one fiveyearold gelding gooc worker and has other excellent qualities 100 barrels of corn one corn sheller one roller cutting box 115 shocks of shredded fodder one sidesaddle as gooc as new 1200 bundles of oats and a lot of other things to numerous too mention Sale will begin promptly at 9ra m J A KYLI- RCOMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky Clara B Royalty admr of Geo B Royalty deceased and Clara B Roy againstWillIeants Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Ciruit Court rendered at the October term 1905ii1 the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises on DECEMBER 2 1905 at 10 oclock a m or thereat the highest and best bidder auction upon a credit of six and twelvemonths the following described prop eriy towit A certain tract of land situ Washington county Ky and as follows Beginning at a falling red GeorgeSatterlybuckeyes and white walnut 5corner to L H Seay thence with Seay 8 W 213 poles to white oak corner t thence S 76J E 18 pot white locust in a drain corner to Easen thence with Easen S 37E 22 to a willow opto ite the mouth of the drain thence up the drain S 67 E 26J poles to a poplar corner to same thence with same to the center of a ro gate corner to Wesley Graham thenceI with same a straight line toa branch corner to same thence southerly with same to corner to same in W M Sanders thence easterly with SansnIt ders to the corner same thence same northerly to the turnpike with the said turnpike to the of the DuganviJle pike then ce center of same to the beginning Con 135 acres more or less except a roadway reserved for benefit of Wesley Graham farm For the purchase price the pi or purchasers with approved security3 or sureties must execute bond bearin legal interest from date of sale untt paid and the force and effectRa judgment Bidders will be P to comply promptly with these te- M G LEACHMAN M CV C Commissioners Notice elivery 250 T Scott Mayes Admr c P1 Nannie McAuliff Deft All persons having claims 1lrsB estate of John McAuliff dece present them before me proper as required at my office in SIb Fire Ky between the first day ouertyol ber 1905 and the 15th day r=ary cMNovember 28 1905tePlatts Admiss tremedJ iCommlttee aifromofpuWhat advantage Hughes so contributing ale as They it thmmittee connected with thjulj be very skin Parncnrlikelynecessary Ine l t contributions in liar putsthe athemoral obligatiem said Mr relievin pailHuhesThat is W you can ofvoIsnt thA I shout wards Injured Herb MoinesHerb mmmmIowausE sayshIswnsthafraid well w th Chamberlains I applicationsPai Sanall J HaydonJ 8j t t ite t DR tLEB AtiP Pilla PIUI Almo stantly and leave no bad- eeffect also relieve every other krigfej Blieumatic Pain Sci gagu Pain aIDS injury Bearing doW stns Indigestion DizzineM ILel Hess Sleeplessness wealcesiafuenceirexertion heat intense mental effort colds m 9fitatesast pressure or strain causes By tootfc DrfilesThey are sold by 250 a hex Hr sgrantee that the first box will et efunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO Eklt Isis COLUMNboutto subLnaerscribers to Tlcat corn oats andothey boundedadcetisemen etc for sale or wanted not included but Land for of the B lotsraIt ry T xas has for sale- S poundsfour shooeswed ghm RosA Po LANCASTER t ell Lebanon Ky Rt 3 J D1 has foIfFLeghornorh dwards route 1 Springfield 151jupcth tAnnie E Mclntirer Mclntire is for sale pure bronze strain Prices toms 350 he Pardieu Springfield has fora Y in A ay q anbtyf turkeysSseknuwn poultry yards of Mesdames breedgPrices toms 350 hens sotabated of B Waters Springfield has biammoass th at Cleveland 0 destroyed prop Lake street valued at 1- 00Proclamations 000 = Mthr and Houkilpen tmothercontains no morphine quidtgs Catarrh Hay Fever Sore skinInsectinflammation Paracamph is une Paracamph is for the above goesdirectandinflammationTry the new scientific remedy today It is far more useful than vaseline witch hazel linimentslikewiseremedies Paracamph is endorsed physicians yourhomeand healing a ent for all aches not hesitate to Para nt once It is the best remedy buy and the price is the all bottlesbyManagerTheParacamph ARKS STIXI CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubberscts v EG BOQQ5Z was will i i t Dr Miles Aati Pain ire Headache and All Pain In- Nerve Pain snfferiHg druggists benefit saes cocaine Therib Illinois Central Railroads Offers extremely low round trip raw to points in Mississippi and Louis iMans including NEW ORLEANS Nov 2j Dec 5 and 9 1905 Tick ets allow liberal stopovers and good 21 days for return tLow Rouud TriP Rates To i points in ARKANSAS INDIAN TER RITORY OKLAHuMA and TEXAS on the first and third Tuesdays ot each month t TnsSPRINGS ARK via Memphis Only eaIsleepers from LOUISVILLE to CALIFORNIA ARIzdNA NEWS 1 MEXICO and TEXAS Farming In The SOuth The Passenger Department of the Illinois Central Railroad Company is issuing monthly circulars concerning Fruit Growing Vegetable Gardening Stock Raising Dairying etc in the- States of Kentucky West Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana Every farmer or housekeeper who will forward his name and address to the under will be mailed fry circular Nos 1 to 11 inclusive For rates tickets etc apply to the nearest railroad agent or addreMI F W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky MarktYBacon Hajos 13c Sides ISHc Beeswaxac per pound Butter 15c to 20o per pound Chickens Hens 6c SprinjrTc Dried apples 5c per pound Dncka 8c per gonaddCorn YeaJ15c per Eirgs 24c per dozen Feathers We per pound Flour mo 3GinsenffS750 per pound Orafo Wheat corn Oat Ca HIdeQ reen 9Hc to lOHci r Lard 12Hc per pound LlmeOO to looperbarre- lIUpraiuctaBraalooehipeta 1f poundsic t f 1 7 y jjVinegaresoto 4oc per gallon r lVTool Bnrry wad greasy liHo el ii ecl VCountry rrQeese Oteapelce Onion to J J The proposal for acollti 1 jtioaof tlie Bnt3ih Ca1iMtyrf L rejected and aw aapiat beraade to tnffTtrtinnit i f sfb rct