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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r r if i J tidDEVOTED U y I r T 2 f JVOLUME 11SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 61905 KIMIEI I r INDIAN wilt Help Make Law When The Territories Have Become New States Muskogee I T Dec 1With the ad mission of Indian Terrftory and Okla homa as one state there will arise a brand of politics hitherto unknown among scientists It will be the appea ance in Congress of the native Amen can Indian as a lawmaker In his nat ural elements the Indian is a pure ex ample of the communist He does Want individual ownership and says Go never designed the earth to be parceled out to the children of men His argu ment has much about it that belongs to philosophy He declares that since there is a stipulated amount of land in the universe the day will come when it is all owned by somebody who has a deed to it and then there is no longer a place where future generations may hope to subsist without paying tribute to the owner of the land It is probably a question whether the Indian politician Will be able to inflict his pecular notions on the rabble of Commercial agents with whom he will be associated It is a strange thing the Indian has never departed from his original ideas regarding the common ownership of land His natural rever ence for a Supreme Being has made him respect those things which to him were purely Godgivan The land and the water were not his to selfishly possess He could use them only in com mon with others He even treats the deer and the beaver with cotretit1tl and says that God placed them on earth to live and thrive It is also a Divine wish that when the Indian needs f and moccasins he may kill the daer ifo its flesh and hide But he must not slay the animals beyond that point where his own eeds are supplied Togo beyond snen a point a di ieqt interference with the will of God WILLISBURG The clouds are flocked the winds are Swift and old Willisburgs in a1kmdei twist I hewCapt Bright with his of land are here here puting up the new tele phone line We are very anxious to see the enternrise completed as it will add very much to our little town and will bring us in connection with the outside world E E Brown has his residence com pleted and has sold it to G W Clar of this place for 950 Mr Brown will move to Wilmore Ky in the near future Mrs Ezra Jones and little daughter Frances are much improved after severe attack of pneumonia AB Wells and wife Mark Crouch and wife dined with Mrs A C Pinks ton last Thursday May Bell Gibbs visited her parents a few days last week Messrs Oscar Shirley Walter Well s and Misses Cora Trent and Elizabeth Shirley attended the oyster supper at Mackville Thursday night Miss Mayme M mitt visitedTier mother Mrs Sue Merritt from Thurs day until Sunday Miss Viola Tice visited at the home of Mr John Leachman last week Mrs Mary Hughes visited friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs Sallie Sutherland and Miss Verna Rodgers visited at Fenwick last weekhn day with the formers mother Mrs Nan PinkstonjMiss Eda Gibson spent Saturday a Sunday with her aunt Mrs Marther Grider Miss Lulairtintt of this place has been in Springfield for the last two weeks taking lessons in the telephone office preparing herself to be the op erator at this place John Sutton has returned to Harrods burg after a visit to his parents at this place Walter Wells visited relatives Louisville last Sunday Milton Grider and family visitdatthe home of William Scruggs last Sun flay Mr Jack Sutton hastereturned home after a visit to his son at Dekalb Ill Miss Cora Trent was in Louisville a few days last week John Homan wasln Harrodsburg last Monday on business Harry Greenwo pd and wife dined with J K Wells and wife Sunday Taylor Ferrel and Ben Colvin if Dekalb Ill are visiting friends and relatives here- William Breckenridgeand Mies Jossie are quite of fever 4 Miss Elise Durrett spent last Thurs day with Mrs W S Gibbs l u FREDERICKSTOWtfand the BARDSTOWN PIKE Haying been on duty a while and theimportant neighborsstrike The Kiev Pieters has returned safely from an extensive through Ken tucky and headed services last Sunday tjMr Cooms and his charming sister and Miss Montgomery of Hunters MaryHami1t complexdpleasant neighborhood All hope they will be with us again in titejnear future The community has another new member and the family of Keen Mudd anotherguest in the person of a beauti ful i4 pound baby One more possible candidate for the presidency of tH7f United States The late rains swelled therivers and creeps and made a great manY neigh happenedIrunning a ferry boat to carry passengers from Fare shore to the other and everybody seems to be in favor of the motion Subscription lists may be started soon The telephones are in to the great delight of all The only improvement this place needs is a trolly car to Bear Wallow via Manton and Gasburg Since the telephones are in working condition the operator at Mooresvillej is kept busv almost constantly byecontinuous business calls of our line Mr Emmett Keety from Blincoe has bought the Humphrey place on Short MrrHumphrey had a good sale a week ago and will go to Louisville to stay We are all sorry to lose such a good neighbor ant exemplary Christian Mr John Hinton has leaseda part of the Auberry farm and will leave the Connor place in the near future He intends to put up a great many n w im portant buildings andimprove th land a great many ways A country private telephone line has been built around Bear Wallow and very soon the Springfield exchange will give connection with Tine Cissell at othef An1dersonGeorge Edelen and Tom Nally All these men deserve credit for their bust ling qualities No is safe or up rJkQuite a number from this neighbor baptisImalgreatly benefited by them haveabought half interest in the Montgomery farm and will move in in the near future We will be glad to welcome themrCharles TV let has bought property in this neighborhood we failed to learn whether this report was correct Mrs Joe Connor gave a Thanksgiv ing dinner A great many invitations were sent out and alL report a good time Miss Louise Hamilton who is attending school at St Catherine spent Thanksgiving with her parents A Certain Cure for Croup When a child shows symptoms o croup there is no time to experiment new remedies no matter how ighly they may be recommended There is one preparation that can always depended upon It has been in use beendCough Remedy Mr ltl F Compton haycused v severe cases of croup with my children andean truthfully say it always prompt relief For sale by C Jaydon BATTLE nHog killing is the go this there have been a great number of the killed in this vicinity 1TaylqrBrewer of Rosehill and were quiet married in the presence of a few of their intiment friends They returned- to the home of the groom where the were served to p bountfulsupper Mr Charlie Castlon and Miss Susie Casey supprised their many friends b eloping to Rev E W Summers andIgetting married Mr John Carey and wife visited M nightrer visited Mr Bud Carey Saturday and Sunday I think we will have an other w a Ming Soon k r 1 7 Something Doing All Jhe Time In that Exciting Romance we have secure for our columns 1I1E ADVENTURED By H BF MARRIOTT WATSON f The kindof stoy you sat up nights with vvlien you were young land slammed thedoor ithe= face of the sun when he- peeped in m 1 The Adyentvrers Will Begin 4n Our Next Issue Dont Miss It l I I squin Birnctt heldup = ccHe Done His Damdest Denver Post I ask that when spirit quits this clayAnd therange pur wayThat shaft may whererestThe sang the WestBut a be placed a grayAnd carved in the early day Upon the headboard ojf a man who did the best he could To have the bad deeds of his life oer Damdest Engrave upon the polished face of that plain simple stone No nicely worded sentiment intended to condone The saytheA originalThat rough but honest sentiment that headOf into his final earthly bed Is good enough for me to have above clayJust day I quit and underneath it 4 He Done His Damdest Somewhoareoverstockedwith phony piety may raise J in blank amazement at the gaztsUpon slab neath liesf otf But hardy and daughters of thi brave old rugged West Will see a trib in line so point edly expressed i Andwhat more est tribute could be paid to any man Whose weary feet had hit the trail toward the Mystery than He Done His Damdest HousesAlthough Saturday night was very inclement a good size crowd gatherd at the Opera House to hear the second lecture of the present series nor were those disappointed who heardProfLane lectureme ouceh as talkrepartee wit Lbyillustrating each phase with numerous whichYsome were antiquated Prof Lane was especially smcYe consisted in demonstrating the erx pression superiority over the arts in its roadj sweep and it pwer to produce effects Subscribe for The Sun 100 year qi PRAISE F3 OM tIr inspiritingthat CRITICS If of any age who trick it f up would put it dO un TRIBUTE finisliedN1v A stirring story YORXIstir troe of s plots and narrow of fijihts riots and I LIVING CHURCH CHI CAGO worth reading t jTell TRAVELLER narrative of I adventure which willat readJ f re dWhrrid Mr his hands my goodHe sons carn full CARDWELL Moving is the order of the day S H Gardner has moved to the farm he recently bought from B Lawson lT Mobily moved to the house vacated by Mr Gardner and Henry Moore moved to the house vacated by Mr Mobily Mr S H Gardners childr will still comeH Cardwell the remainder of this jjchool Mr J R Ward and Littrel and wife R A Willham4ii wife H C Moore and wife E T Per kins and family visited at J T Mobil SundayW Graham and visited J W Grahams SundiyCA11i Tatumand wife of Ha burg visited at E T Perkins Thu day Mr R A Willham has soldhis farm to Roamey Lay and has been down Taylorsville looking for a farm th weekkny g causeda sudden rise faTherealong the stream and they came down and struck the new mill dam at Sharps vide and took out 84 feet which was just finishedIyou f your good advice but we feel that the Sun is already one of the best pace in the State but we suggest that jill have a good time through Christmas and on the morning of January 3 The Sun shine bright and full of new sIiodent in the county Success The Sun tl Stock Sales W L Graham to Joe Sanders 4 cow at 2J to 22 and 2 heiffers at 26IH I Brown to some party unk o w jhE Go Holiday from Jas Ferrill o mire price private E T Perkins sold 1 mare fOJ 75IH J Broyrti bought from John No L horse at 55 Perkins Brown sold to WL G ham 1 work horse at 58- IlJAwaye enryWattersonsprofits of this prosperous year with its awaytwentv100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents ofmile100 5030 and 20 and sixteen pres tStatessee Texas Mississippi Missouri VirHasginia and The plan r fair CouriJournala copy of the Weekly giving full will be aentj free I Tv t fIPPisreaders Amongst its many good features prrespondence from different laysbareaspulse of the county and weget then from center to circumference Mack villestillmoves on in the Sitsspirit as there have been quite a ber of buildings erected of late comparefavorablyof the state We have three dry goods and groceries two groceries and hardware and furniture wood workmen black smith carriage shop and four dif ferent denominations of Christians Baptist Methodist Presbyterians and Disciples All have good buildings which are ornaments to the town as well as a blessingwe trustto the community Last but not least ip the Bank which has a wonderful factor to faciliate business matter The cashier Mr Salee is an affable gentleman of Chesterfieldian Proclivities and is well posted in his business Land tales from 10 to 80 owing to location quality of soil and improvements There has been considerable sickness amongst the young people such as croup bronchial pneumonia and diph theriaMr Harry Lee Turner of near this place a young farmer and tobacco grower of vim and energy and Miss Janie Arnold daughter of Blake Ar nold a young dof prepossesing ap pearance and many social qualities were united in the holy bonds of matri mony on the 19th inst by Elder Yancey of the Disciples It seems the season for parties has opened up They came off last week in all directions and it is said were well representedMay attend the Sun long may she glow in brightness and night of her setting Be resplendant glory casual The Lemoff Cure r From Harrodsburg Herald anentermed the lemon cure for Put a whole dozen lemons in cold wa and boil until soft not too soft roll- and squeeze until all the juice is ext tosbe as many as paatquanity and use five or six a day until dozenrs ae ga you or six dozen you will begin to gain coarseto siso we ow you will never regret it if the rea is any help for you Only keep it up ithfully We know of two cases whets boththe patients were given upf by the physicians and were in the last stages of consumption yet both wereI cured by useing lemons according to di ladyorin was very w coursId procure to please a friend she was persuaded to seta livenas as any us Published number of people have called at n consuin many a the country have written for it so weekea city was usneyoung mansPmother there was no hope for her son eselyoung man ie followedra the to im 6 proved rapidly picked up much flesh belives he is on thhroad to recover are sore it is worth trying forit certainly can do no one any harm ForSateo knownom as the Jnp S McElroy farm situated one from town on the Willisbtjrg pike t countheY on it a large new tobacco bun three good tenant houses plenty of rigfortLuTxiocBuitrla r r 1 The Recessional BY RUDYARD KIPLING God ofour fathers known of old Lord of our farflung battle line B holdDominionLord God of Hosts be with us yet Lest we forget lest we forgets The tumult and the shouting dies depart8tilTAn humble and a contrite heart etVeFarcalled our navies melt away On dune and headland sinks the fireLo all our pomp of yesterday Is one with and Tyre Judge of the Nations spare us yetLest we forget lest we forget 1 If drunk with sight of power we loose TheefiaraweSuch boasting as the Gentiles use LawLordLest we forget lest we forget For h others heart that puts her trust sbaMAUAnd guardingcalls notThee to guard For boast and foolish word Thy mercy on Thy People Lord Death of Mrs Smith Mrs Marshal Smith dfed of con sumption last Thursday morning ather home on the Lebanon pike The funeralservices wee celebrated at St Domimcks church Friday morning the interment being in St Rose cemetery Mrs Smith was a worthy Christian woman the loss of whom will be felt by her church and friends She leaves a husband and four children to moors the loss of an affectionate wife and mother Death of Mr YasleT theMr Arch Yaste died at his home at Polin Tuesday morning at 8 oclock of consumption His death was rather unexpeetedas he was not thoo ttsbe in a seribos condition until just sfew days before he died In fact heWM going about his business duties wbea Dirdmeatisamter sr wife and one child to whom the people extend condolence Deceased was s grandson of Rev David 3naer of Harrodsburg The funeral will occur todayth f DEEP CREEK tasfGftheyear with great success and thousands have taken niuch interest in itThe many friends of little Herman of Mr and Mrs Jimmie Beet of upoI1learningSunday Jast He had been feeling badly only for a few days but was not con fined to bed till Saturday the day before he was borne to his glorious home where he will wait for those that be left behind The deceased was laid tfr heresttlie Best burying ground Mr M D L Cocanougher who has been confined to the house for three weeks owing to an attack of lagrip is now able to be out again Bro H P Hatchett failed to fin his appointment at Beech Grove Sunday urTh e singing which always took place on Sunday has been changed to Wed nesday night Mr Willie Campbell who was a mail carrier from Mackville to Perry vine has taken his fathers place as mail carrier from Springfield to Mack ville Rev John Key takes Mr Willis Campbells place Master Henry Hbldennaa got suet one day last week while bun c He was getting through a fence wlwn his gun which he left up again tills fence fell andwent off soetmg IMM in the foot and leg He u cettiilc along nicely at this writing Mr Willie Matherley of JeaeeMea and Miss Lizzie Bottom of MackviHe were married at Perryville Key Gri monda solemnized the ceremomvt After the cermoney the party dreye to tithome of the groom where a Mice M ception was given tlwou Coecrmhik tions and wTahes fotMan alt tended SunnifMc Cot eelK itle e rat r lll1LA edl- t 1 1 ut TiM JII f b rJ T s sJ1if1tb I + r e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 1905 CHRISTMAS GIFTS bur Line Is L Everbbefore Brought to this Town R In-er China Cut Glass Art Goods Novelties s s Purest and a Fanciest Line Candies Nuts Figs Oranges Etc t We are sole agents for Gilt Edge Canned Goods JThe Finest Packed HAGAN BROTHERS v I Ii I Hides Wanted I Iwant all lands of hides and furs Bring them to roe and get Cash for them For the nextr f two weeks I will pay 92C r i 1 cr t fiForGreenBeef + l 1OctForSalted Hides Bring them to me M H Jones L- aIJTTTTI ++ CLOSING JOUTI I SALE1+ t 4ry ta FORCASIL i s itI 1offerinfat prices that will please you Dont buy anything in this line until you seem i Must be closed out by January I T F Parrott1 e AmesCleaver Marion Falcon Mr Harry Cleaver JtOI1of Mr P C Cleaver of this county war married in Jellico Tennessee Wed AmesLowaville CMr JO Ames formerly of this city ktBow employed on the CourIer jMnui The wedding was a surprise te the mq bers of both families as they mere aot ormedof the ceremony until- j= d J ifc seritha been performed For several past Mr Cleaver has held a posi 71ieBwith the L N Railroad Co at iittt place and the young lady was on a Tfait to her s teJThe happy couple left Jellico the next morning for Chi y 4jtrdIU where he has securad a po r sition as bookkeeper for a wholesale firm Dying of Famine The progress of cons mtion dfom the beginning to the very end is a long tortpre both to victim and friends When I had consumption in its first stage writes Wm Myers of Mdafter trying different medicine- and a good doctor in vain Iat last WhichI atCand 100 a bottle Trial bottle free Obediah Littrell twentyone years old struck by a Southern railroad train atI Versailles and instantly killed r a Robert H McCurdy 1 Robert H McCurdy wno testified be fore the life Insurance investigating committee of tie New York leglsla lure is the son of the president the Mutual Life Insurance company Kich fortyfiveayears age from col lege In 1S81 and after six 1l1011lU spent in travel entered the Charles H Raymond general uMfor the Mutual in the metropolitan district During his first year he received a salary of 1000 His yearly revenues ine seluntil in 1S9G his income was 1 is now gen eral manager of the company His father as its president receives 150 000 per year No Christmas Fireworks Kentucky Standard The City Coun cil of Bardstown had under discussion at its last meeting the question of pro hibiting the use tof fireworks and ex plosives upon the streets of the town at all times and especially during the holi days when the use of such articles be comes excessive The action of the Council is due to a general complaint of the people of the town against the explosions of large fire crackers and tor pedoes such as were used recently and are said to have been thrown around in a manner dangerous to the safety of passersby as well as to adjacent prop erty Owing to the complaint and to the danger and risk in permitting such celebration the city authorities hav decided tq prohibit all such demonstra tions and use of explosives of every kind upon the streets of the town There is an Ordinance uPon this subject and it will be strictly enforced The penalty for iviolation is a severe fine or imprisonment and the people of the tojwn should assist the authorities ln carrying out the regulations desired Huntersi Lebanon Enterprise Mr T B Meals of this city has returned from a hunting trip of ten daysspent in Adair county The other members of his party were Messrs John Burkhart of Louisville and Alex Myers of Colum bia The three gentlemen bagged 337 birds in the ten days quite the largest number we have heard of being Killed by any party in this section The best record made by then while in the field was 52 in one day Will Contest Lebanon Enterprise The estate of Mrs Catherine Hr Wilson worth about 80000 and which was left chiefly to charities and Methodist institutions has been made the subject of In second will contest Suit was tiled in the Jefferson Circuit Court Monday to set it aside The contestants this time arc Jame- Heath Linnie Heath Lynn and Clay Heath Carr and the attorneys bringing the action are Benjamin F Washer and Hill Spalding The Heaths are children of Col David Heath whose wife was a j first cousin of Mrs Wilson John Woods wealthy farmer shot and fatally wounded Dick Gilbert a negro at Richmond Amos Deweller 65 tears old leaped from bridge over Ohio river at Newport Rescued unhurt and taken to jail READ THISR Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir =I would like to become your agent for the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given Up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you concerning the agency as soon as POSS- Ible ED ISymsonia One small bottle of allskidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys womenYr r en If not sold by your druggist t will be sent by mail on receipt orlrr One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfj a cure Dr F W Hull Sole Manufacturer P fortestimonial Williams Renominated The Democrats of the House unani mously renominated John Sharp Williams of Mississippi for er of the House Mr Williams addressed the meeting making an earnest plea for harmonious action for the benefit WillipoJicyeSpeciallY subsidy and in favor of strong antitrust legislation and railroad ratejggis lation T Oregon Trees r 71 I The forest wealth of Oregon ls of vast extent Among tho larger species of trees Is the giant tlilglnniT spruce which grows to marvelous proportions In many instances assuming a dl meI ter of twenty feet and rising of feet in height Sometimes the hot lows at the foot of the trees are such that a cart eau be driven through them 25000 Capital Stock Lebanon Enterprise A company has been organized in this city with a capi tai stock of 25000 for the purpose o areIhQuseof Committees Grip Quickly Knocked Out Some weeks ado during severe winter weather bfoth my wife andmyI self contracts severe colds which developed into the worst kind of la grippe with all its miserable symptoms say LundingIberlains Cough Remedy aiding the sane with a dose of Chamberlains itsIthe grip These Tablets promote a andkidneysthe system is c mgested by a cold or attack of the g ip For sale by C J Hayden Henry Spears President of Agricul tural Bank of Piris fell dead in bath room of his horn a Miss Artie I larnell clerk in Hick man store stricken with paralysis while selling goods SOUR STOMACH common and distress complaintIt way ofIagainst 7a food hastily de or too hearty and if the warn is unheeded serious will follow stomach abuseitments gases formand there trouble ahead The quickest safesttind surest way to conquer this condition and immediatelycommence Dr CaldwellsLrnxmtlvm Syrup Pepsin putIded on truth and upheld by experience Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin can be obtained in both dollar and halfdollar sizes from all druggists itdoesYour postal card request will bring by return CALDWELLSBOOK fWrsi PEPSIN SYRUP CO HWRvw IltfMvw Slid By Rid Cnss Drat Stin r QQQQgQggQQ Q QooggQgQgQQQQ Q 4 00 McELROYS cf I iThe Place9 to Buffo rChrist r0 Mas Gifts o SS l = =1 The Largest and most varied line to Select from 4 Lttf1Lii 0 i I In OurTtiina Department 3 I We have some heautiful presents ranging in prices fromlocr to 10 consisting of Pin Trays Hair Receivers Jewel Stands VT = BB Plates Dinner Plates Oat Saucers fCaTceplates Salad Bow s BonBon Trays 4G B Trays Celery Trays Sugar and CreamSe siQ Vases Etc Etc 0o DT o jaSteam Engines Fire Engines Hook and Ladder Wagons tLocomotives Magic Lanterns Mecanical toys of alLkinds oCooking Stoves Dolls Doll Furniture J Dinner Sets Pianos Trunks Books = icW7 0 Banks Blocks Etc Etc f i a jf SANTA CLAUS SUPPLIESaWe always have the choicest line of nIQ rj Fruits Nuts and Candies k Celery t and Cranberries tf Sealship Oysters 0 IJ 11 n OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS RIGHT Call to see us before buying We are always glad to show you our lines CrQ 0- aaaaaaatJaaaa aaaaoaaaaa nn r fsKeep Your Feet Dry tiThrough the winter this is just as essential to II good health as is dry powder to the success Itof the ar- myOur1 Felt Boots I i I For Man and Boys I I Will unqnestionably keep your feet dry They are the best to be had and at the lowest prices Our stock of rubber ParticularoFull line of heavy shoes t Rain Coatsi We have a nice line of mens Rain coats and Mclntoshes which weare of fering af very low = prices Special Prices We will male you a special low price on a matting now We have about fifteen rolls which we are very to close out to make room for other goods If needing a matting now is the time to buy 10amdou I Clothing Sales upIan we a c e I Grundy MeInftre 1t Red iis rn Adventurer I f f J r IiJ c ikr t t r L r jTESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 1905c eec t11S iFicb o Stock of G cia P Clkig triets ghtreG Iked suits ail qver We ar inardlesuf cost b 1800SUts r 1200 i50Q I OQQ suits J A ooo 1259 i 7 j0 10 00 tol o e is 50 t ats 00 1 l5o SipIOCo psOne Mclivshes 2 w rt One fens i u to 12a F SI FancCheck Silk Waisesa are batg3S Striix terthsfcNeYSu decided and hope graves f Mackville has WI 1JG SUI- Mansfiel ding excellent n streetand will me- otne timin the near xur Mrs oThope5 in our act issue- Blaine SEND I fro100 of ti cnapters the State f the vo castnext ejection a Deiiratic paper f37083 oftL County i as tomFoRJ 1 farm Red Cross D StorEf Leana PhiUipl sold b Dr ester of Shavepaying YEDA40potrAc from near the eatpredated Richey Mr two th nsX11 HE Adventreis n ofLcs strongest e theofe one Louisville Times ne ay 2 announced the eng Adams forme Pearlis CIaBMr Sfcity Mr Clark and ms in Lexi- lere yHmt Instheyin schoolhere marWILL w at weehek Shf ie has bought where h professionWhilehis reput bias made ashsiaianPhYyoung manyfn ends He says whereSpringfield to leave 50 delightfully HennesRev has atters of E G Boblitt brick and the old property Yam street p t shop Qn lower NEW PROPR1ET0 has Mr h Boss of SullivanInd aHotel and l1tae Lary7 Jawttlel man its ezcllerit r n da igb liiIn f t To Be Sold at Sacrifice4 Prices In anticipation of a change in our firm on February 1st 1906 we will offer our entire stock of goods at sacri oftheDress Goods 52 inch Cravenetts Sljj worth 1150 jr 52 Shepherds Plain 110 worth 44II Check 150 Mohair 115 worth 150 I 38 Blue Black and Brown Mohair 50c worth 75c 52 Brown and Fancy Mbhairs 95c worth 150 40 Black and White Mixed Mohair 85c worth 125 38 Blue and Black Serge 50c Worth We 44u 40 ISOc54 Novelty Dress Goods worth up it- o l50 for 90c J54 Zibaline 85c worth 125 i54Broad Cloth Black and Colors 100 it Full line Flannell and Tricot W Mercerized Grbsgraihs in Colors 25c worth 50c istingSI Black Uxorias 50c worth75c Full Stock Imported Dress Black and Colors A great variety of Black Satin Skirts at less than we can buy them now from the manufacturer Table linens and Napkins i72 inch Satin Damask 1 worth h50 68 Bleached Damask 75c worth 64 Bleachd Damask 60c worth 60 Demi Bleach 50c worth 75c 1I34 Napkins Dozen to match above 1 to them not sued Oscar Miss ring Pit i Full sole orth 750 Full Oxford suit 150 and Linens 2 Silk prices SID We you eto us this as to fort this the sale of ever the ale e aa ala ala ala 119 THREE iaad Cocanougher 1600ion nearlyveil hthavmgewTilE ouryearold Sausage Aoastere JitJ1tUseful Christmas esentsJ ierLeatherette MatchWorth 500 S6nowF IL HandkerchiefsJ during going make greatest merchandise offered people Hermanh4lrket agaitompson trninTwas Adverhis 1kous MoqOSreceives Sulky Chopsst Widnisday CARPENTERS 12V Umbrellasli Knight- Teiiplars Washington intihsely progressing physicians- n CuHltls- y Motherly martsee somthing company fascinating operation physicians Pickled Adventurers Pickled following completed F rendering McChord towards telephone operation attending Thompson entertained agreement generally Thursday promoted Cheatham clerkship exchange Chops Ragsdale hereafter daughter following OPERATION admiration Fhas Oxford HURTMr slipped operation neighbor Hospital proving advertiser Mutton fancy morning severely turning severely removed fieiweii Ain directory sticking Tpe undergo Meat instep recover ROBERT ANOTHER Roast Fresh Roast Mince Meat i P bags worth bags Napkins Musf baclTto confined pleased service granted patient anon1t eighteen cutting eecRng Roast banquet Lebanon Elizebth pension parties attended rapidly Dudley twenty danger recovery sufferer location regard Charles Barker having quarter Variety ranging ale ala grave another descend SHOATS SUTTON would weeks HCO leath Holiday dressed Taylor V Pork himself About Mary written wound county county Vial ultQf began Pork instead Ham rsdl Marion Anyt night several Fish Robert Sutton Clurk Below vtry 3 Sulk Sutton most STRAY needle Sutton flight want Sutton issued calves print sole cases 200 Under Bd cases quiet where seraf pain- e Clerk Yfu turned steps which their and Wells stairs whole boxes town days past hotel down dept point been three much Hiw head who ght Veil 75c 125 Icrs and taken many ago long three they fears week their 125 great clerk 1400 issue work near bone want from little have that issue and come FL 54 J Table from Ia 1400 1200 lines who Wise eatti upon been your ment with hear copy 5150 hurt time upon foot time mail that free foot that Nov fist this tned Th uncon nice leav foot and mine and ETED The next who him Leb cause find may same last Sun The Ben this and her will had J Ia and still and hall some will and and but has any and has has pj tell and and and her has were but she her lild Urs for her were suf man the the the the the the the the the the the suf the son ago not fell SI Mr the the say the the the Mr now ever the now seen by for mar Mr for his are At he if end z was was all was w tor W i all he be he he sor Fr W ere W of of W of In of r of bf of of of of of we at F at M at to in M M hi of to in at in in in A at to to to to in is to to to to to is it M t is an i a be is = a I t r j 6 10 to A on is is is an is F J9 B H u in to as or a a a a 0 e r IJ tII i wAT Jos A Shaders- j A new and handsome line oft TOYSDo- lls Wagons Trunks A great variety of Novelties Candies Cakes Oranges figs Bananas Etc BE SURE TO COME IN EARLY +++TEACHERS Supt J W Bush has been notified by Supt Public Instruc tion Fuqua that funds are got on hand to pay teachers next Sattnjay but that the check will be sent Saturday the 16th HOUSE PARTY Miss Maricia Peak of Louisville and Misses Beulah Arnold and Virgie Royalty of Maud and fable Tucker of Valley Hill were among those who composed a house at the home of Miss Louise Settle at Booker last week The poem which appeared on the first page of our last issue should have been credited to Will Maupin in Bryans Commioner The credit wasjimntentionallv omitted LEBANON MARRIGE Mr Daniel Howard of Lebanon has announced the engagement of his daughter Miss Emc gine Howard to Mr William B Hick man 5j The wedding will take place December 20 at Mr How ards home in Lebanon The announcement Will be of in4 ir- lhPk iety v Imported Demask Tovfelsf I Hemstitched and rringed 25c tom Plain White and Fancy Borders 25cr to 5Qc Huck Towels 7Jc up assortment of Draperies in 1Large Damask Dinims Etc Womens and Childrens Cloaks and Furs Womens Long Cloaks 1350 worth 18 uu 1000j 1250 and 1500 Womens Long Cloaks 750 worth 10- u U 500H 750 Misses and Childrens Cloaks priced in Jr some proportion as the above Ladies Long Furs 11 worth 15 V U 9H 1250 ti isI H H Underwear II 2 8 Mens Shirts and Drawers 1 worth up Drawers 50c worth 75c 150IH H45c co65c Suits 95c worth 125 and Pants 95c worth Women s Vest and Pants 50c worth Womens Vestand Pants 25c worth 40c II Full Stock of Childrens Pants Vest and Union Suits Princely Shirts 50c equals almost any 1 Shirtsy 10 Dozen Fancy Shirts7ac and 35cr leduced from 50c 75S and 1 invite visit sale we are an ef to make IIlal ElvianPerkin 0Gilpin BoljDena Breakfast rtheOystiirs Leatherette weeks Thanksgiving fNARROW jtojvn for home Mr Thos Hamilton had a very narrow escape from death In son manner the lighted lantern attached to the dashboard on the run about was overturned setting fire to the lap robe and thecushion of the seat By the time assistance arrived Mr Hamilton sovercoat in a blaze and it was only due to the efforts cf i friends that the blaze was extinguished AlthougRMd Hamilton is hot a mill ionaire autoist he seems to be equally as up todMein the way of exciting accidents as areKhedrivers of benzine buggies- TfJ B Robertson has sold hishr IMr and hardware business at this to his father and brother SWEENEY RESIGNSCapt William Hr Sweeney of Marion county has tendered his resijqiatiort as Chief Deb uty in the office of Surveyor of the Port tb Collector Barnett It is effec tive as soon as successor is appointed The appointment wjll be made from the eligible list andnAIr Harry J Graham heads this he will probably be named The place pays 1600 a year Mr Sweeney succeeded Mr Sidney Snook last 5Ig will practice law in LouisvilleEen1ng Post Thanksgiving services at the Baptist church well attended rLat imer delivered an interesting and strdctive sermon The song servic was much appreciated by the audienc BROOKSVILLE Mrs A C Pinkston entertained her many friends on last Thursday Those present were Mr and Mrs Hr B Wells Jack Simms and wife of Willisburg and Mr John Perkins andwife Mr John Noel of this place sold a horse last Monday price 8550 Mr W M Sutton and family visited Mrs Allen Sutton last Thursday Miss Belle Birch entertained her many friends on last Thursday Those present were Miss Mae Birch Lawrence Walker and Ira Hatchet of Mackville and Mr Walter Wells of Willisburg Mrs Allen Sutton and daughter Mil dred and Miss Hattie Suttler spent last Monday with Mrs W M Sutton Miss Artie Sutton apeat last Wedrie daY Mies Hattie Settles Mi Jo Nosl sold a muk MOD BEST cAlicoES 4Cents1H t BEST BROWN COTTON 8 cents 1 Best Apron Gingham 6c lOc Outing Cloth 5c = 12 I2e Outing cloth 711c1 I5c Flanelettes lOc 12 J2c Flanelettes 8 l2c 1212cI25c II20cAH of these are in blk and cols i Black Tan and Fancy Hosiery bought or the Holidaytrade will be put i4 this cut price sale = r- Kneelands Pat Shoes fprmen 4 worth 500- Douglas Pat Shoes for men 350 Douglas Pat Shoes for boys 250 Dquglas Pat ShOEs for youths 2Perfection Shoes for men 250 equals any 350 Shoe for wear KrippendorfDittman fine shoes fori WillmakespeciaLJicest f 1 We are stocked on Rubber foots and Shoes and FeltBoots bought before the advance and can save you 25 per cent We have 6000 Rolls Wall Paper and entireprice v atlessTopestryBrussellsIngrains and Hemp Art Squares and Rugs hi Axraimsters Ingrains Granites Mosquets and Smyrna we have some c thing that will please you fl uringam A Duncan Spring fid5j 1a a al e a W theIt inge COMPLeat hiVeal his Mr out his Mr and now was Br SANTACLAUS 75c ESCAPELastMdndaynight his was his were inf wi IM NoelI Ferrell i of Dekalb ate visiting here this week MrNPjiydom Pinkstonhas returned home from a pleasant visit to IllinoisI Ann B Scott has filed suit at Padu cal against Illinois Central railroad ask ling 22000 damages for husbands death janao oaaaoboo CHRISTMAS AlT flERTLEINS Bring Hthe 6hildren to Hertleins and watch therff grow happy ToYiW- e have the completest line 6f Tya ever brought to Springfield every tkusp iyou can think of Bring the ehilsu s 4 early Candies Nuts rante l 1 Bfflanas and all kinds of fruits The bestiL town at the most real enable prices f t r HERTLEllfS N1 ii iifJ s 1 LiiTII-I FJbSUN WEDESNDAY DECE lBER b1905tli f No 2 E lding V B ra ownjPrice rf A pnderfully capable and accurate cameral i 1 built on the Kodak plan qooqnougho J satisfy experienced photographers yet so simple that cliildren can use it Ir 4 PICTURES 2jx3M inches Loads In daylight with film Cartridges h with meniscus jens and shutter twith iris diaphragm stops Full description In Kodak Catalog FREE qt any photographic dealers or bg wail EAstMAN KODAK CO Ysa t 1 J HOME DECORATIONS Consult Specialists if Ton Jiave We Sense of the Artistic It requires an eye for color great in tuition and a general artistic sense of the fitness of things to engineer the in terior decorating of a home Compara lively speaking there are few homes that display good taste In the general scheme 1tis far more desirable to all the rooms in harmony than to dHaveone elaborately decorated 1t the expense of another The average wom an declares a professional has no idea of artistic decorating Let her go for instance to pick out wall paper and she can comprehend no further than the little piece that is hung up for sug gestion She cannot with her eye a correct picture of the s pQmas getI will appear completed The beauty simplicity does not appeal to her and nine cases out of ten she chooses an I overdone scheme she has no eye for color and so combines the wrong tones The woman who is about to furnish a home and is not sure of her- r own judgment should value the opine ion of the salespeople if she is assured that they understand their business ftmess one has enjoyed superior ad vantages together with the benefit of applied knowledge she cannot faH to do better than accept the suggestions of specialists in that line whose are concentrated on evolving mindsI and schemes which shall the rules of science and art and conscientious decorator will study the personality of his customer and t Jvery Heart=AcheEvery pain in the breast dif palpitationMuttering that your i3 art is straining itself i in its effort to kip in motion This is dangerous Some sudden strain from overexertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries stopReli6vc at once with Dr Miles Heart Cure It invigorates and strengthens the heart nerves and muscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the pain and misery Take po chances make your heart strong and vigorous with Dr Miles Heart Cure H suffered terribly with lieart dts j have been treated by oetroublewithoutlan in 3IeaapMs who claimed that putkm1kJngthis a Mr Young of St Louis wast condItfoniand attentIonwiSl se4IEGOQDRICHlbyur1frufauaJ1eJTiles Mcdkaa EJAtt lad r jjiMi ij r L 500 f Fitted tifeetshould be chosen witlfgreat care ChIc- ago Tribute A DAINTY TOILETS It lip a More Potent Factor la Loop Than Fine Clothes The value of the toilet must not be underestimated by the woman who would charm rThe ordinary everyday good looking girl who finds life a serious thing and ythatbeautiful often wistfully wonders why she too should not at least loop fresh well groomed and falrSo she may but she must be persuaded to glee a little more thought and time to her plnlnIlqks may be quite transformed and the plain girl really pretty The girl who puts on her clothes anyhow who brushes her hair hut perfunctorily and who Is careless as to neerIattractive She remember that the womah who looks so beautifully dressed does not owe nil her daintiness bestosItirnebusiest girl should trY and find time to be neat slid fresh- KITCHEN HELPS Scrub your sink with turpentine and bymuglcToramovD scorched marks fom fir proof baking dishes soup them inCostrougborax and water f When plucking poultry drop OUIall about the kitchen An old bookcase set on the kiteaeuone table batfk try the wall makes a ve respectable Imitation of a kitchen ca net and saves many stepscTo clean copper kettles etc rub ti eiiarticle to be geared all over with a cut lemon dipped In salt then rinse thor oughly with clear water and polish with a soft cloth Keep coarse suntl1Jithe kitchen for scouring purposes With sand kitchen tables and other wooden articles may theltroJlbleeffect with the scrubbing brush ilalrlirniilie To clean hairbrushes never use el ther hot water or soap as both dis color the bristles and loosen them from the backs Dissolve soda or borax ln hot water and let it get almost cold wizen It will bV just right for use Dip the bristles n and out of the water till clean taking care not to wet the backs of tlie rusbcS or their polish will be spoiled Then rinse In cold water shake as pry as possible and stand in the air till perfectly dry when the brls tles- sjyi 4tft as firm and stiff as new Never put a brush near the WiWsoonsThere is a whole Ipt of political wire pulling going on in Maysvillb accord Public Ledger and applicants for positions 56f policeman city attorney and n are waiting with ted breath for the of cfojuncilmen caucus r c The Reformist Copyright by Homer Sprague Just whcri Mr Nickelby became a re daterlIefor his fellow men and Had always wished them to walk in straight paths but he had arrived at middle age bemi fore this feeling began to lie heavily on his mind When he started out in the reforming business there were peo plirnvho called it a fad null referred to him as daily but no matter how good the cause there arc people w1r will aliways speak III of it Jsicltelbys family went to the country and he occupied the house o nights One night at midnight he was awakened from his sound sleep by a hand being laid on his shoulder He hayeriMr NicUelbyr said the man I nm a burglar I have called to talk with you I have taken the liberty of pre UJinJrn little lunch downstairs and I shout like to have you join me Th is seems to he a gigantic piece fof cl1ceII replied the reformist as he got slowly out of bed If Id had one min utes notice Id have been ready to send a bullet into you Thats human inconsistency For years you have been 4vau ting to have a free frank chat vltha burglar and waysrtndcome at lust and you are sorry that you did iaLjneet me with a bullet But C have broken into my house Butj1at is a part of my business paring broken into your house as I have you cannot doubtthat I am what I claim to be Let us now go down to the luuc Mr Xicbelby didnt like It at all He wanted all burglars to reform but he wanted it long by programme lunch didnt amount to much from four ham sandwiches cellariby the burglar himself there bottle of wine taken from the and a supply of cigars The burglar motioned his host to a seat at the head of thb table passed him a sandwich and a glass of wine and then courteously said 7 Now go ahead and ask me any questions ypu will It will be the first me I haveer submitted to an tug This house Is defended by a burglar alarm and I jtlpnt see how you en ta red it replied the reformist who couldnt get over his feelings in the muter Easy as pie my clear sir I had only to cut the wire outside the house Bpyou wish to know why I became a burglar You can state the case ff you wish but tomorrow Ill raise hob with the j for not spotting you off before ou gotlul here Dont do it Statistics will show that there are just as many burglaries now as before a policeman was Invent ed You would only be throwing your time away At thirty years old I was n minister of a congregation in a coun try town My salary was 300 a year and was behind halt the time I made the change in order to moke a living I have made an Average of uOOO a year as against y Marc soil any criticisms to make leave you any thing as good to offer me if l will re form Youd get at least the years If ar rested for breaking in here sulkily replied the reformist Not ndoubtn it but I shant tfe arrested If rPromise to mend my ways can you gentile a1OQof driving an ice tftigonat 9 per week You taught to reform because it is wrong to be i0h had I L OUgl1tto walk the strtHitiJ looking for a job because I want to be an holiest moos How about every alderman in town 1 How about eret 1I1erclilli JIow about the tens T cheatingeevery to a wan who sells coffee It is 80 beW0huralatg otit a lifer once Instead of robbing the city I rob residence Instead of mixing haK keysblloth business There are more tricks yplir trade than in mine Are you iclilli g to reform T If jjou Lad com 2 me nod said you wanted to reform I should have stood ready toto Yes go on You would have stood ready to glue me a dollar nod your best advice raid within u week I would hare been a starving man It wont do old fellow Its all sawdust We are nll put for the dough Including your sell and none of us is going to give up a good thing for the sake of free soup wuTa bed under a stairway Cut it ouI and sere your wind Now then I have packed yjundle Inltlip hall It contains n fciv prec of surer two suits of yojifcelothcs nod n few other s11iey are my perquisites aud- It you object It will be the worse for you hI may come again at the end of three months It I do I hope to hear that you have gone out of the cloth business and are selling toothpicks and moneyArefcr you a dollar a day to drive an express wagon v Another glass of wine No Have n smoke No again Well Ill bid you good night and be going I stand ready to reform at any time but Ive got to hayo shoes for my feet and something theiDeWtheI t 11 WASHINGTON COUNty BUSINESS t IECTYEwilts when you want to June a job work done here it dune at liomo If you go away tn m homo tQ buyor if you jco away from liiue to hotaoWrgbantorto you ho hns known you for years ho is soar friend ho doesnt want to client you he desnt agedonloln print hilt dont come up Pay your money outat home and it play cola o ack frnlnellionairefollowing businessoH conducted in Springfield anil Washing on county by honest awl baor able mtnt tt11o1i you want to nlnke n purchase leilk afar this lat awl select your aturw Yon froethebigIIAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc 0 HAGAN BROTHERS Dialers In Groceries Queen trei Glassware Etc George B Taylor t General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McElroy s Jlcaler In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug S e Drugs Stationary andorle Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Trains eld 1100 50 cold the each NOT MRS aYS1 wed Jeer and When irould Ev Ky Story A queer yurn is told In the by the a trading steamer Ou orb he board cargo of forty Thu was at In calm but began to roll The and learned that the had some way that by and fro all motion was to them So the heads and bodies rolled and In uufsou until the steamer which had no cargo and rode light was In rolling clean over the were hurried down Into the hold after a great deal gerous telr 11Sft fiction the sinking nsh ia thnt Way the some one been or the t Ju lfied atreaJ t BROS JDealcrs In pry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc s Lj CY Ilagan Dealer In Groceries Ice Beer Ei i f W Et t Leachman If DenIer F instrumenttJames Jj and Jeweler 2 on Short Notice Repairinj Grundy Claybrboke Dealers In f Dry Goods Clothing Boots and 01 w McEIroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves tc Ed M Jeweler Fine line Watche Silverware Etc = La dN Railroad Time Table o L Incoming Graves su only No 91 DailyNo IDa Nod f at 825 p m1240p m 7orArrives at Bardstown 735 P a m Arrives at Bards wn Junctn 650 930 k 43iOutgoingDaily only No miILeavesm mI Do Not Neglect addEvery Weakens the Lungs lowers the Vital makes system less able to withstand succeeding dissawCAN YOU AEFORD TO TAKE SUC CI PERMANENTLY Ot Consumption Coughs e Throat Asthm Croup whootough Bronchitis Hoarseness EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THrnARoDS HOREHOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND lHJVELY = CURE CROUP AND WHOO SALLIC LOCKAK Qodthbase llallnrd llorehoand Syrup In mhal- Ytl1I It ahcara Hive sutUfaotlon j and be otwithoutBest Remedy for Guaranteed OO THREE BALLARD SNOW f0 LINIMENTLOUIS SOLD J f AYDON pring field An Flepltant elephant Japan Chronicle captain of qccaslou on a elephants ship anchor a sea violently captain Investigated elenlmnts In found swaying to together oTockIng Produced that seemed please mensely great swung other imminent danger of attendants and5 of huUugnnc thumpingramusement Jules Verne of of and t in Japan readlugc jwas J1 ncr n experienced S ROBERTSON Vegetables In Watchmaker Done Alcliire- s Russell Clocks Arrives sung 90 L y IUS the not Children C ees nest Tonic- undoubtedly one of na 1 tu digtieso l beaihents engenUdhIne moter11tor opportunityIOU professIontn ses you over the jolts and highwayI backuntfor lifes bruises It is a hearthems Ilsentieu eggs Magazine y 3t IL = lfMt V gage Trimming fless Repair in e Repairs tlrepared to Jo work andsctothe best material- tisfaction it t guar w ttbuggy top t goodan 1Ie made able an hams s + j Th1e guari f Tha tt you may r GivetrEMANrH- 4Hthf+ Dr Wru sty DettRlNGFIETUCKl IT entalworkati guaranteedkrices AU Bee over Haydon t Or RESIDtONENT ey X fI1outPROWN WORK LTY- tlI Dental tclsi D r ljInsurance J jSPIGFIELD f c fJOthCa etiJrs v I JOFt t1 Spigfleld J y rn tn rtt thSPRiijjQp 1ttonsllrcossOfficetours12 Ds Wlca Mi esela 1 Dr J I lIOPlS rlt11 r gnIOffidnsftaegirBIocktt0 c ve ytn Vf aitIIS A ADAMS rc S t IRSSTFfIIONEs Da 1 yLNl killstI ffT MAenl W to Iingfield Ky CounoA ot j w ffYATLAW Ingfield Ky WUl p Itstate and Federal rLAYBROOKEi TY AT t mgfie id j t f tWIn1I SELECMAN i ryATLA V YWiEi Iand1 j- CAM PB jTtONtfRti jajjbhe safe tlet 84 Terms r r 7 tM t 4 rUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 61905 i SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday December 6 1905 ISSUED EVElY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR i In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Springfie1dXYis TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Year fLOO Months 50 Months 25 changedairsz ionittTtIE ADVENTURE 4 a-pit enewJial j e of The Sun Dont fail to read opening chapters and when you Jwfe done this pass the paper to your jMqghbor and suggest that he read the IWry i This may beihthreans of add tsome new subcnbers to our list The Adventure is one of the strong 4Mt serials ever written and it will MId your attention front the opening to the closing chapters It is a much WingFsf the Morning and we believe al who read it will be thoroughly sa- lied with it The Sun has been trying to secure a good story ever since The Wings of the Morning was ended in these columns but not until we read x oIIThtAdventurers did we find one that we beleived would suit Watch for it next week j Thanks = e sivilfe News The Springfield Su celebrated its first anniversary last Wednesday The Sun looks like an old stager and it by far dutclasses an paper Washington county ever before supported Editor Gore is a polished- 3teWS6per man and should have the Jwartyl support of his constituents Heres hoping Gore that you will continue the good work MT ZION i Taylor returned to school at townMondaY7after spending sal days at home Muter Thomas Marshall Williams pest Thanksgiving with the family of him aecle Wm Wilkerson at Bloomfield Hr Geo Bordine suffered a slight t stroke of paralysis several days ago from which jt is thought he will1WOn covcr JJMrs Sue lwilliams and sister Miss Idia BI QP Mr and Mrs C M Uliams ana Master Thomas Daw ire entertained last Thursday at theis me of Mr Wm Duncan of Sunny Heights KiM Lillie Sutherland spent Friday sight with her cousin Miss Elizabeth Sutherland U MisS Grant Hays entertaihed=on Thanksgiving day at herifather the following named persons Mesdames Ella Taylor J N Hays Emma Nealf Cora Hays of Bloomfield Mr and Mrs R M Graham of Lou isvilleMessrs Harry Derringer and Jas Moran Jr of Springfield were in our vicinity hustling last Thursday and dined at the home of Mr H B Bonta Mrs Sue Williams and Miss Fannie Dawson and brother Stanley spent Friday with Mrs Irene Williams Miss Nora Bonta spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Bishop in SpringfieldMr Mrs Wm McMackin of Wilsonville Messr Waddy and Ben McMackin of Bloomfield and Mrs Emma Neal and daughter Claudia were entertained at dinner last Friday by Mr and Mrs S A Bayhe in a pleasant erjlr formerly liv re They expect to le vsoon to join their son Ray who is in the westJon account of his health oQ9Read the opening chap ters of The Adventurers In the next issue of The Sun o o o n oooo 0000000000000 o MclNTIRE Quite a number from this place wit attend the play at St thte eighth Mr Ed Keene of Boston Mass still Mrs1slid Mrs Milton Keene Mr Thos Leathers and son of Law renceburgwere guests of relatives at this place last week Mr Hillory McIntire spent days last week the guest of his sister Mrs Caroline Thompson near Lebanon Mr and Mrs F F Mudd of Freder icktown visited the tatters sister Mrs T E Bollard one day last week Messrs Twiman Keene and Thos Wheatley accompanied by several young ladies attended the hop at New Hope on Thursday night Mr J F Keene and little daughters- n Misses Ruth and Lettie spent Thanks giving with the formers mother near Pleasant Grove attractiveYof Mr and Mrs Thomas Nally of Early Times is the guest of her sun Mrs Bettie Wheatley Mg m Wheatley has returned to hlsTIome in Kansas City after spejgJJng a few days with his mother and other r relatives here Mr F M Nalley sold to Wiggintbn Boone of Bardstown one horse for 135 Mr T E Ballard and others sold to M H Jones of Springfield 400 turkeys at llTcents per pound Mr Micheal Shewmaker and rUss Prudie Nalley two of our most young society people were quietly marr ried at St Rose on last Wednesday The nuptual Mass and marriage cere mony was performed by Rev Father Sulavan Messers C E Nally and Le McIntire were the attendants Th grQbm is ar progressive farmer and bridsone the youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs F M Nally and is a young lady of many admirable traitsjpf mind and heart We join their many fries in wishing them a iappy married life r l r A Trustworthy I Drug Store In nothing can the public be fooled more easily than in the quality of pure drugs Even the iggists are sometimes foolfijjjL iJowever you can depend upon getting the right quality of everything here We spend I time care and money to make sure thatvour 1 rugs are right and we guarantee their quafity We want this to be known as a store int which you can be confident of getting wrest Drr s y SsIutifle CrebIIII I IliSMlbll PfiCIS RC rdugStorex HMM NATION MOHIETOIJ 7tr s ooOoooooOOOO p 0 5 Personal Notes n nnVisitors In and Out of TownA 0Round Up of the Weeks n Personal New- sThanksgivin t g OOOO OO OOOO rbyJEdwin CarlisleLitser feeThisMy grateful thanks on bended knee s1edUponFor paths of peace where I amled healthIProcured too oft by craft and stealth smileTowhileFordayThyThe November Hojfsekeeper JI W It Claybrooke was in Louis ville last week Miss Sue Ray of Lebanon was the guest of Mrs C A Green last week Post Master W A Waters took Mr Robert Suttons place as mail agent after the Tatters injury last week Mr William Medleyfspent Thanks giving at home Logan Bosley of Lebanon was in town last week Mr Tom Reed of Willisburg waS in town Friday LMr H M Grundy yas in Leba 1non Sunday Miss Katherine Spauldirig of Lebanon is visiting friends here Mr and Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville spent Thanksgiving with Mrs Mangets parents Mr and Mrs J W Lewis Miss Susie Penn vas in Louisville 1the first ofthe week Hon Hugh Lee Smith spent Sun day ini Bardstown MJr Robert Marks of Louisvillej- visited his parents last week v Miss Sallie Pope has returned home after a visit to her mother MrsJ W Reidel and chlfijren are visiting in Louisville this week TMr C W Hagan was in Lebanon last week Lj tMr VielaSpaTding of Lebanon was in Springfield lastweek Mr and Mrs C C McChord are in Louisville this week I Mn Elderof Taylorsville visited at the home of Mr Ben Hay danlast week Judge I H Thurman is in Greens burg this week Messrs Will Huston and Huston Wakefield of Maud visitjed friends here Sunday Miss Anna Jay Simms has returned- r to school after a taw days stay here Mrs Robert Sutton is m Lebanon this week with her husband who is in the Elizabeth Infirmary eMrs Sue Knott and daughter Miss- e Earnestine visited friends in Nelson county Mr John Kelley and Miss Sarah Simms visited at St Marys last week Mrs R H Shader and little neice Olyoia Clements are visiting friends in LouisvJlle this week s Messrs Harry and Will ONan Louisville spent Thanksgiving wit their parents here lMr Greene Jc Wes spent several his mother last week Mr Tom Edelen hrs returned to LouisvillE Mr43scar Curry anent Sunday ino Louisville Cant Wright and Capt Bright an Messrs John Searcy Dudley Wells Conrad Hertlein and Robt Sutton attended the Knight Templar Banquet at Lebanon Thanksgivingnight Mrs Theo Campbell is in Louisville today Miss Annie McChord is visiting Miss Annie D Grundayr Qiiisville this week Miss Gruday will return with Miss McChord to spend the Christmas Holidays Mesdames Theo Campbell and- Walter Leachman went to Louisville this morning to spend a week Mrs Houston and Miss Lydia Hous ton of Maud are the guests of Mrs H P Stiles tadc SiDr J H Hopper and wife spent Thanksgiving at PerrYyjUe with iDJi Hoppers parents V1 Mrs G A Dahoney son and daughter and Winchester Phillipps and wife of Lebanon jsere the guests of Mrs S J Smock last week Thanksgiving evening Mrs Harry hader entertained at 6 oclock dinner The roomssIeeratedinmistletoe and the table in mise REDUCTIN I r SALE ON CLOTHING I j From now until January every article of clothing i our house will be sold at greatly reduced prices All 15 Suits at 12 5 0 All 12 tfi All 10 Suits at 750 A line of Overcoats at prices i i which will be inducements to you to buy Odd Pants from Il 1 tor6 1 r- i 1BROTh4ERSI 1 These who partook of the sunjptuous menu were Mr and Mrs Shader Misses Eddie Shader Myrtlej Price Mable Price and Florence Edelen ana Messrs W T Leachmarl Evan Hagan Charles Haydon and Perry Marks Miss Jennie Cokendolpher has returned to W FGrigsbys from a visit to relatives at Chaplin Hon T Scott Mayes and family and Mr J Y Mayes and family spent Thanksgiving with Mj Jack Beam of Beams Station Mr Jack McCbro who is attending school at Danville spent Thanks giving with his parents Mr and Mrs W C McChord Mrs E L Davison is visiting her parents in Indianapolis Mr Walter McLaughlin spent last week in Greensburg Tne Key that Unlocks thDoor to Long Lhing ninetyhyears age are fed but thin spare men who live on slender diet Be as careful as he will however ajnan past middle age will occasionly eat too much or of some arti cle of food suited to his constitu tion and will need a dose of Chamber lains Stomach and Liver Tablets and cleanse invigorate his stomach and regulate his liver and bowels When thedaverage man age For sale by C J aydoni Farm For Rent For Cash Ky of about 110 acres river and creek bottom laud 50 acres in corn and tobacco 30 acres in timothy balance oats and grass Two tenant houses stock barns and new tobacco barn for 7 acres Apply to tf J R CONNO- KFrederickstown Ky Commissioners Notice T Scott Mayes Admr c Plff vs Nannie McAuliff Deft All persons having Claims against the estate of John McAuliff deceased will present them before me property proven ltrKyber 1905 and the 15th day of Febru ary HACHMAN M C W Cm November 19Q6E Sub8crjbil sec The Sun fLOO year 1 Chairs at 1 Facto yrPrice j We have on han a lot of Chairs which we gay i awayfoV prizes Having dis ontmued this feature we will I offer this lot of hairs AT COST TO CLOSE OUT IJ I H H Frederickstown LONG RUN Killing hogs and hauling wood is all the go in this community- Mr M D L Cocanougher and Miss Grade Cocanougher and Mr and Mrs John L Harman were guests at Mr Trump Harmans Thursday- Mr Newton Bradley and Ramond Edwards were in our midst Sunday Lettie Russell spent Monday IMrs father Mr John Belt Cocanougher and Harrison Coyle ness were in Harrodsburg Monday on busi Mr Martin Matherly and family moved to his new residence Friday midstOwing Rev Hatchett failed to fill his appointment tBejech Grove Saturday and Sunday Quite an interesting Thanksgiving sevice was held atPI Fro J W Edwards lead tHillcht Ed Cocanougher sold Harrodsburg Monday for 95 Mrs Mary Ellen Young is veay si k with pneumonia Mr John Cocanougher bought fBoss Key one jersey milch cow Mr Willie Matherly and Miss Lizz e Bottoms were married at Mackvilie Sunday We extend cofigratulationsJ Rumor reports a wedding for Thurs day Steer clear of a dog law is the advice given legislators by the Wincnestfe ptrIdamned poor man may have two and the legislator who expects reelectiojn seeks a short rout to the poUtcal grave evdathoughsheep raisers TxsSTi7 i 31 A Cold On The Chest Js Always UMtimfiriablt InWf DasA riiS This is the season for colds and you will be wise to provide your self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early stages is worse than carelessness A well known lung ilist called i- tCoiistructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure a fresh cold and will relieve even the most obstinate cough of long standing The price is only 25 cents per bottle Jots of other kinds sad other medicines here C J HAYDON F CORirJjjCl DRUG STOtffe ii r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 6 f905 I Xmas Furniture I Ij Selections that Will Please You Parlor Furniture upholstered in Leather and Velour Fancy Chairs fQJ Hall and Parlor Hall Furniture of all kindsRoekersvand Digjng Chairs of all kinds Music Cabinets in Mahogany Ladies Desk in Golden Oak Weathered Oak and Mahogany LadiesToilet Tables Side Board Buffets Etc Dining Tables Combined Book Cases and Plain Book Cases the largest and most complete assortment ever put oh the market Iron Bed full size 250 up Solid oak suit 1650 up Chairs from 275 set up Everything inthe furniture lieat 20 per cent less than you can get it in Louisville Pedestral and Tabrettes Childrens Chairs of all kinds Five feet Rugs from i serr up and Parlor Mirrors from 5 up- W E Leachmant w YOURWNTERCLO4 r 4 Y Now is the time to give us your order You know we handle the best goods McClure A Wells I s H The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harnes Farming Implement etc complete IVOld Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time the have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner L e handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world lI If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The PagJd Elwood Field FIc11J 7 j The flag n Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be said of other makes of gasolines Most of them budgingisand Wickedness McClure Well S a rrilf y It T Marion Notes Falcon Mr G Len Spalding has been brought from Lexington to the home of his brother Mr J W Spalding a Calvary Where he is improving MrA A Bickett and Miss Cordela Clark were united in the boly bonds of wedlock at Raywick Miss Sophia Hancock of Taylor coun ty and Mr J Quint Beard gf Brad fordsville were united in marriage tat Be rel church near the brides f ne Six car loads of mules were shipped from here to the southern market last Sfttorday About the same number are t stilt being fed by dealers here MarYIdapie of the county were married at the Catholic church at Chicago MaryvLieut David lt Litsey of Springfield was in Lebanon Sunday The first of the year Mr Litsey will be mustered out of the army service and will go into some other business Charles Cooper shot oh election day at Mt Olivet died Dempsey and Ed wards Cooper two brothers held for murder t x IbOUCA8 VALUE OF EDUCATION The avarage educatedmtan gets a salary of 190Pa year e forty years making a total of 40000 in a lifetime The average day laborergets 150 a day In forty years he earns SISJUJD1 IThe difference or 22000 equals the value of an education To acquire this earring capacity requires twelve years at schools qf 180 days each or 2160 days Divide 22000 by 2160 and it is found that each day at school is worth a little morethan tO to the pupil Selected i t sr EDUCATION AND PROSPERITY An ignorant people nqt only is lint must be k poorpeople They must be destitute of sagacity and providence and of course of competence and comfort The proof of this does not depend upon the lessons of history but on the constitution of nature No richness of climate no spontaneousproductiveness of soil no facilities for commerce np stores of gold or of diamonds can con fer even worldiy prosperity upon an uneducated nation Sjucha nation cannot create wealth of itself and whatever riches may be showered upon it will run to waste Within the last four centuries the people of Spain have owned as much silver and gold asall the other nations of Europe 4j to gether yet at the present time poor indeed is the people who have less than they The nation which has produced more of the raw material and manufac tured from it more fine linen than all com temporary nations i today the most ragged and squalid in Christen domHorace Mann The blind see the deaf hear the lame walk is the best illustration of this subject by the maker hand No page of history will eves shine so brig that this diamond will n t lend it htI Ail are blind to that which they not see deaf to what they cannot hear and game to all they cannot attain The lily comes to the pink of perfec tion by using for its growth every drop of dew every breath of air and every shaft of light that comes Itjsan ex splendormatch it There is as much life in a dark tangledchaotic jungle as there is in a modern city The life in the jungle is blind deaf lame in the city Januaryr and February Are ontbecalendarI as almanac predicts t freezes and thaws pneumonia FEET WET Keep you FEET DRY Thats the Secret But HOW t IBy WearingThylors Shopmade SHOES They are Guaranteed A GenliinerenCalf Turns the Water Then these shopmade shoes wear justabout three or four I machinoiYou pay 350 for a machinemade shoe wears out in four months throughthea year ta cost 1050 I will make y m a pair of shoes for 400IThey will wear you a year Sub stract and you have a balance of keptdrywarde off Come in and let me take your measure TAYLORj it sees hens moves The same in kind but diff erent in degree Seeing hec ring walking is life more abundantly Death is the cutting of every wire that communicates with the central office of life One dim eye dull ear lame foot are just so manwires down Whe they are all down the clodfalls with a dull dull thud upon the cofUlr lid True education is the work of true educators They teach how to make it life to livenot how to turn stones into bread Colleges and universities may crumble into dust but suchmen shall live forever decaydWhen ve pissed away Cold mayHeBut that which warmed it once can never die There are in Kentucky today a thousandsschools wihtout teachers there are thousands of schools being taught by untrained teachers and there are hundreds of thousands of children grgwing up in ignorance and vice without attending any school what ever The crying need of our state today is a sufficient corps of Normally Trained teachers At present almost and person of good moral character and a certificate may be put in charge of the training of the children al though he would not be considered competent to train a birddog or a colt To train these valuable animals re practicalknowledge teristics as well as of the methods best adapted to their development and training Without this knowledge upon the part of the trainer a valuable dog or colt may be ruined Of course the ssme thing may happen to the child in the hands ofan untrained teacher but it must be remembered that there isai vast difference between a fine EnglSh Pointer or a Thoroughbred KeQtuKyl Rordster and a mere child 1 How will the bride of Kentuckl orlEducationthe mass of our growing Citizens to remain deaf dumb and blind to the best there is in life 1 How long will we withhold the best educational advan tages from she country people just 1tha1lntrained Contributed 6yffie Educational Improvement Commission or EEFEEEEEEEEF KentuckyI I FASHIONS JIi m r rEEiFEE EEEEE E FfrfeEEEEE VANITYS VISIONS 11 Lace Beautified a Number of Mod labVaaGanxe Ribbon A charming effect Is gained by dot ting lace flounceS used on dressy toilets with velvet bows Sometimes they are large stiff affairs put on at wide Intervals and again they arecute lit tie bows or rosette spaced Jfar or near together according to the design- A pretfjconceit when wide lace Is used as a dress trimming Is to outline the central motifs with a frill of col ored silk This treatment accentuates the pattern and adds a hit of color Some or tha expensive shops are dis playing laces run all over with shaded ribbons of tiny baby widthkWide gauze ribbon Is employed as n baud trimming on many smart gowns Jfk wrnu LLLA CLOTH GOWN These bands lire headed top and bot torn wJlh a quillh g of black velvet rib ban Feather hats n universally becom ing and there is a new one that looks exactly like ermine It Is composed of White breasts studded with small black feathers just far enough apart to look like thero alrur- Peathll Ure seen everywhere around the fashionable womans neck on her bat and applied as bands on her dreg skirts fTier are feather fringes t Tr4 Ht n JfJ fr M+ itSTEP IN11 AND SEE MY LINE OF t 7 HOLIDAY GOODS 1 Rings Witches Chains Pins Cut t tGlass Silverware and Silver iNovelties t+ You will have no trouble In siifcting Something to Suitii if ycu will visit my store i ljF Dont miss the place Mmrt Street opposite PresBytferian Church YESi i tt iT Z- VBUGGIES CHEAP q rIL iDpNT IU BUY A BUGfY s 0ofI will make you a special W price on every vehicle mg my house for the nextt few weeks J B ROBERT- SONBUGGIES raI = S i 1J L HEAP c r JJ feather cloth and feather rosettes to be purchasedThe illustrated is of mauve prunella cloth The style is of the mod- Ified empire About the skirt is a design worked out In velvet of a darker shade This velvet forms the short waisted belt and pompadour bow fastened with a dull gold buckle The natty vest Is of crushed raspberry silk JUDIC CHOLLET rHuge Task It was a huge task to undertake the cure of such a bad case of kidney di sease as that of C FCollier of Cherokee Iabut Electric Bitters did it Rewrites Myikidney were so far gone I could not sit on a chair without a cushion and suffered from dreadful backache headache and depression In ElectricsJJitters however I found a cure and by them was restored to perfect health recommena this great tonic medicine to all with weak kidneys liver or stomach ggaranteed by C J Haydon druggist price 50c A Weather Philosopher By Frank L Stanton The flowers are sorter wiltin Y missed fire freshnin dew weathersafThough the winterblights the blossoa seesThe the weight o honeybees We sorter miss tre mcckinblrds that ringButaint dont singDont temptin when seeksrAint tlOhwor fer one an all Warm yer souJsup in the stmHiM ketch blossoms as they fallf t From the gray frostsprinkled mom ows feel yer way s s 6 Thars wisdom in all weathers an jest any kmdll do tit i Every Ounce Burro + j f and gives out its proportionate amount of heatr Its because ourCoal is from the best coal mines Every body kno- wsThere is Difference in Goal jSome coal is so bad you dont get hafthe heat from it you ought Such coal is far dearer than what we furnish Get the best and get it of us 1 8UYMt H Jones+ ++ it P Ti 2 iTNESPRINGFIELD EDNESUAY DECEMBER 6 1905 f B nefitt f i PODLY STOOD TIP AND SAXi N mamma asked who WHwould keep house while ent to see Aunt Ma fia three voices called out If All at onee Pollys BennyV and Bobs Wholl amuse Betty asked mam ma There was a pause Betty was weresometimeshard Ill answer the telephone said Ben ny as if he had not heard mamma Ill mind the doorbell said Bob mammasaidWell help said Beand Bob together Well you trust be very careful and not let bier hurt herself but I am sure I can trust you Ill come back as soon as I can Goodb How very exciting and important it was to be left at home to keep the baby and the house without any grownup people to leflLhQy and when to do Alia the chi en were very roud and happy Even Baby Betty emed to feel that something very un Lual was going on Benny took down the messages that e for papa on the telephone with a ry businesslike air and Bob took the j getabies from the greengrocers boy lien he came and answered the door at there mere not many messages ad nobody rang the doorbell except lie man whomended broken umbrel and after awhile the house began seem a little lonely Polly played W UlamComeTripple1 on was a fi icking nosegays out of the flowers in lie carpet for a long time but Baby 3etty always wanted a new game Of bourse she was the dearest sweetest unningest oaby in the whole worl- dbutwell babies are unreasonable and mother did stay Suddenly a bright thought came to Polly Benny and Bob come here she called Im going to give a uru Bicale Ill sing and you can play and Bob can make the pedals go so itll sound loud and Itll be Bettys benefit Bob ymWay with Betty while I dress up fltf he audience Benny a a row of preserved use nice big woijds id when Benny laugh said You mean re- Id Polly stiffly but And then she went 1ek ane down she est hour eeplngI at It made a Jo atTatrRila on one ol gal and Jn her arms adoze ieence she said d the dolls in tbCcyall facing the Pan concert Be the piano stool spa Vltb quite a pro ies8 y stood up and tnadng i seas aver vlals very fast u oncert The 1dO wled loudlY axo goo and Bctj encore and other song 1 anJ asJogee should beydarnest iy- bl delight JfhepOlIte knows ipink 1allfor led and yteit i1i sprinkIedHurrah criWj Benny and Bob Hurrah for Poi imd Betty aril the concert und AxmtmSria Bettysbensmendous succT Youths Companion The Game if Huntsman This game is on r of the liveliest win ter evenings pas inns that can be Imagined It mayibe played by any number of person above four Quo of the players is styled the huntsman and the others must be 1aCcouterments powderflaskappurtenance belonging a huntsman has its representative Asmauy chars ns there are players excluding the Tiulitsmau should f ranged in two rows back tO k nd all the play rs must seat tees and be- Ing thus prepared tI7man walks round the sitters atutthe as sumed name of or0mfor In stance Gun = Immediately gets opts 1iiTd ofthe coat skirts nrln h i continues his wlllC iNe s out the otei players one mustqortake hold of the tTSe player before him and wh summoned the huntsmiTtthtiugro- und the chairs ni1 1can the other players holdiv wn running after him When l1 round two or three tlm ale uts out Bang and immcdl rk own on one of the chairs lemtwijtn llawrers to scramble to the p o nsthey best can or cour jHo3 be kit standing there beinry Ir less than the number of nd the player so left mutt pmtj S The huntsman Is not cbu baY ughogt the game unless he tr of his postBssile fThe lBQul Itlve Laze t1 ll1Iewas once a catenlekittens ae young They lived hai shodMrs Holmes in a pretty h city The were fel ntTSthrough teys anLl peeping Into rooms lhmt to their eyes One day tin ten was nosing arounc IPIniar when he heard a sound thnt jade his fur stated out like a pOrtl ins quills He was so frightened A little animal Ujnined out offf hole Inthe wall null rauacr Un cellar and disappeared into another hale The kitten dashed upstairs as quick as he could and toll his mother of the adventure The mother cat explained that the little an imal was a mouse She said it was great fun to go hunting for mice Sho said she would teach them to catch mice so she took them to the cellar and gave them their flret lesson Marion McCormick Aed Eleven SVlilcb It Greater Are they similar or which Is thE most six dozen dozen or half a dozen dozen Be quick The Boy That flow tbe Bufcle I hardly know exactly just whht Id like to beA soldier In the army or a sailor boy at son I lore the noise tho drum makes the horse the colonel rides The flap the sergeant carries and the sol diers Jerky stridesLBut when the tide turns seaward and up the anchors come I forget the flying banners and the bugle and the drum Oh then Id be a satyr with rough and tarry hands Bound out for Yokohama or Indias coral strands And yet although Im fairly brave and not afraid to roam I tgbgawayBo if T get the chance some day I the folks the slip And get to be the tjjler on a tr tJc1 2I n ThAbductnBy Copyright Mitt i rI cl Ewtmont r f it was a plnu conceived in the mind of Jerry Palmer convict No laiD one night as he tossedo and fro on his prison couch about three weeks pre vious to the expiration of hlsavc years tlllcinglmrglarr aftertlJlnkll1gmake a change Keforui was not in stronglybelieveliving anil that It was his constitutional privilege to get that living in the easi est way possible Uc would keepright on thinking so but he would adopt a new aiyl safer line Abduction is the thing exclaimed Jerry to his prison walls when lie had thought the matter nil out Theres more clean cash to be made in abduct lug some rich mans gal than in commit ting half a dozen burgluriesjina the risk is a mere nothing All you have to do Is to seize hcrhut her up somewhere 4111 the fond father will pay your price and then produce her and ljug away the plunks no publicity no police no prison walls The rest of the crowd Galt go ahead on old abrduction for me for the rest of my nat ural lIre Jerry hadnt been out of prison two days whenHie hunted up liis old part nor Mike Donovan and gave him the tip Mike too was ready to drop old lines and take up something new IIe had shown energy and ambition as a burglar ants lmad somewhat astonished the pOllce41sfeallng a stcanj holler left on ublic street at night but had fountgtt re was no money In It He had figured It out that the beef trust was making more In three sec onds that he was In three years and If he hadnt met Jerry lie might have opened a saloon and sold wood alcohol to his patrons The first thing was to find a rich man with a daughter No rich mans daughter can be abducted properly until after she has been located This task con of t = SLArx SAt TUANK8 YOU lon YOUU ULOOMIN KRiPNES- Ssujilcd about three weeks time The pair finally round a rich man with a daughter about sixteen years ojd and they looked upon the battle as half won At this point however they run short of funds with the result that they hall to take Tommy Saunders into partnership Tommy was a good sort that Is be was one of their sort and just then he hud some moneSlIe didnt explain how he gut Into the house nor what OK haul amounted tountJ his partners didnt ask There Is etiquette even among thieves Gents observed Tommy after the terms of partnership had been settled abduction is the tiling All you have to do Is to pick the gal up under your arm and take a scoot to a place al ready prepared and at the end of a week her father gives up fifty thou cud you deliver hls darling birdie at the kitchen door If Zits Jerry Palmers plan ami he says it Jstlwn all I can say in that Jerry should take Ills place among the greatest statesmen of the country An old louse in time suburbs that had been tenantlesH fur a year was selected as time hiding place and then It only remainedto get hold of the girl Some trouble was anticipated here None of the trio had studied the habits of rich mews daughters and they were thus at n disadvantage Fortune favored them however Time very first evening they took up their watch lu the neighborhood of the house they saw the daughter conic out with a basket on her arm She had a shawl over her head and was otherwise din guised Just why this should be so they didnt stop to figure buPwhen time young lady came out on the third even big she was seized In first class style bundled Into an old hack and by great good luck landed In the old house without an alarm having been given Jerry Mike and Tommy agreed that It was a most skillful piece pf work True the abducted had bitten Jerrys tlmmb half off when he seized her and had kicked the shins and scratched fates of the other two during the buTtbat only meant an additional torn Her father would have to fefcy p extra for that retreat was ched tiw f + + + + + t fcf i rl1 W if NOTHING WILL PLEAS I 1 II Mf1 H1M MORE Than a BOX OF CIGARS FOUR A CHRISTMAS GIFT 4 Of course HE WANTS A GOOD BRAND e t ANY Or THE LAKE BRANDS WILL PLEASE HIM 1 I J r tiiiirV for Sale ball of the 5run feld Dealers PiiiAv t llrfr y J sv t W 4fiii ffst O LAKE Milfgrt tt 1 i AC X Wft irInancikerchlef over the girls mouth was cut louse a candle lighted and she was pu on exbi1 IUQcwhat to the urprise of the ab ductors she began tti swear and every slung word used an jjwhere Jfor the last ten yours rolled ofT licr tqngue When she was obliged to pause for breath the trio retired Into n corner to hold a consultatlonenever knowed that rich mens daughters talked t admitted Jerry with serious countenance Nor I added Mike but there cant be no mistake She hud just come out of the gate when jwe seized her 1 duuno why rich mens gals shouldnt cuss and slang when they get mad same as any others mused Tommy As soon as she gets over It shell put on her aristocratic airs and fall at our feet and be ready to write a letter to her pa Ive got one ready fpr her to copy It sass Deer pu I am plunksIlftills1 JtV isIwas ended In the jflrst place answered Jerry okesmnnlIAnd whats that you rat headed puSTrat stealer You have been tooken from your rich father mind are to be held here uu til he comes down with the cash IYou will gee write him that you have what they calls abducted but that you are in the liaudsof gentlemen vho are treating kindly Its bewtlful cuHl Go on Them same gentlemen Avanth toI take a trip among the aristocracy wHljhOId000 If Its all the same to him wed like the money In 5 and 10 bills Oh Abraham chuckled the girl And In wrltln the letter you may add that your couch ta not downy and your food not lobster salad and that if your old man gets a hustle on him it will be Just as well fbr you and better for the gents as has tarried along the job Thum s nil I believe Just at present except that we are slightly astonish ed that you should haVe picked up such language In a drawlu room The let ter will not be writ till inornln and meanwhile you cat stand up In a cor ner and go to sleep feelln as safe as If hi your little bed at home As Jerry finished his talk the girl broke Into laughter and It up for five minute She laughed in half a dozen keys anti theft was sarcasm us well us humor In her tones Then she sung a verse ofi a topical song Theo she screwed up her face a ll1ln whining tones gave them an Imitation of u beggar soliciting Minis Then she turned cart wheels twice around the room indulges In half a dozen somersaults and finished with a low courtesy and tho words Ladles and0 gents all Sin pin Sal thanks you for your h oomlu kindness and has the honor to wish you good even WHh that she went lettering downstairs sell not a laud was lifted to prevent her Tim three men smoked in silence for live niiinites and then Jerry Inlmcr heaved SIKh and said- Cents It was a peat I thought out In states prison and I wont go for to say that there wasnt hole in 1tO And Im saran added Mike Dono van that when three gents cant tell the dlfferenVe between a rich mans daughter and a gal that was at the kitchen door beggln for cold vlttlcs them three gents ought to go to stealin from pushcarts i It was up to Tommy Saunders to express ldmselfT but he vas slow about It When he did speak jail he said was flints Just like emi The rich nev er will give a poor man a show IcH Oliver of Glasgow suedLouis villa hNashville railroad for 5250 damages for personal injuries Judgment entered for railroad i Subicrlb tor Thi Bun loeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeo is 0 National Bank 0oe 0O a 0oo CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided o Profits 25000 Z- o e OFFICERS 0 0 B L LItsey President e JohJi VicePresident 0A C McElroy Cashier e L B Cain Asa t Cashier E- Q R E Foster Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS eB L Litsey J W LewiseQ 0RS o Jno O Polin 0e o We grant every favor consistent o haveg5 e o we your patronage o e OeOeoeoeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo Farm Bargains pikehandsomelyrailroad station and new flour and gristmill over river from farm with good trade Both farm and mill for 12000 J cnsh96 acres with 5room house 230096I j acres at well on pike well improved 2000 VashingtbncountyIat price an acre310 acres 1QOlundtwo miles Harrodsburg on pike a bar gain at price 60 an crel71 acres Mercer county farm new residence grassi only 30 an acre producingonly 35 an acleAnd other propertiesI Write me if you wish to W T EwiNG KyINegros Important I lacevery An old negro who iris a forty acre farm on Choctaw creek near Sherman Teelalmsthat he makes a bale of cotton to the acre every year by top ping the cotton stalks in the dark of the August moon says the St Louis Republic The topping Is said to cause the plant to spread and to put ona heavier fruitage on the lower branch es If It be established that his uniformly gfjoil yield Is mainly due to summer pruning this humble tiller of the soil on Choctaw creek has made as Important a discovery In cotton plant Ing as that made In cotton ginning by the mill openftlve who found out for himself that the thread came smoother and easier by wetting the raw cotton before sinning ChamberlainsCough The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough Thin remedy ii famous for Its care over surge port o t the civlliied world It cma always bo de u It conUla no o lure or otberbarmnil drug and may be givea as cosad to a baby a to alt Pros 25 ota Br=e Slsw 60eta J ooooooooooooocooocooooooooI I Peoples Deposit I gHank i Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1239r118 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and OFFICERS Profits 20000 SGeo D Robertson President Hon L H Thnrman VicePr dent J A Boma are Cashier Cbag3L ilcChord Asat Cuahier c H C Lee BookkeeperiI DIRECTORS GrahamJuWceJ V Satterly T 2L Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOQOQOQOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOO oooooooooooooooooooooooooo O CL3LTnmey Lee Rfley Jr O TUMEX RilEY y LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Wee Outfits For TravefiB Mea Puon li- toooooooooooooogoooooooocc ttXQftxClQttxZ YOUNEEDITr SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Drr J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its w a derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file inhis office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the put is year This is a new salve haxihg been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the 1sale of 266 boxes For Sale By All DrMffists p DR J W THOMAS i Had eiiville Ky i7 4 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed EisXbiI T SPRINGFIELD4 i 1Nrtc r Beet Antion Every ahatwts n kr If r J t w 7 = h r ifjWt r 7 ii k j If 1 j 1 t V A JSi IIIHifIIIBeiiGqlvm irom DeKalb r relatives andt ion business drerrand Miss Mobley Saturday night at Key re ff ge Graves of Springfield ry ndmotiterte Is1mm7f andatie May ehthartltsgivingat home tl EdgasYancey and Miss Addie e visited1ir W L Yancey and jfley Thanksgiving Mr Joe Rose will move to Mr John Haydons house as soon as he moves to his llewhome v Mr Herman Shewmaker and Miss Flora Matherley were united in the poly rites of matrimony the 30th at i1 tRevWalkerThe supper at the home of Mr Berry Shewmakers was well attended Col JJ t1ections4125 is better at this writJ I ing rWalter Wells of WilUsburgwas in town Saturday afternoon tt The exchange for the new telephone J line was put in at the Hotel last week t Mrs Barnett entertained quiet a t Thanksgivmgtt oVe t- oP ko hits Mag RaSbourne x daf the stSnndayris Mr Schyler Bowles purchased th property of Mr Tom Bowles deceased A large crowd attended services a the Christian Church Sunday A Mr Will Leachman and wife are com t Lg to town to spend the winter and m the spring they will move to Iowa The Ladies of the Presbyterian t rchwiUserve a supper at the home N Cal Shjjwmaker Thursday ber 28 f 1i dohnny Key has taken the position ofJlr P OJCampbell as mail rif r Itgiving services were well at at the Christian church 2L30AnFor sprains bruises burns scalds L and similar injuries there is nothing s good as Chamberlains Pain Balm I givesinstantrelief i rparts to heal in about one third the time required by the usual treatment a Sold by C J Haydon HARDESTY tft Miss Lizzie Murphy returned home t Sunday after a two wepks stay with t iX3the Misess Graves Mr H T Vfcgin was in this vicinity lagtweek buying turkeys MiK OIheParishspent last week with her grandmother 3 Mr M V Sutherland spent list pBestonia Reek wiUfhis uncle Sim Sutherland Y Goodlet was in town tr Saturday on business fewIi 4 No Secret About IL lj jIt is no secret that for Cuts Burns q1 Ulcers Fever Sores Sores Eyes Boils r etc nothing is id effectiveas Bucklens t s Arnica Salvelt didnt take long to KItGIfregory Tt of Hope Tex 25at C J Haydon drug store C 33ee v Notice Taxpayers Prp County and State taxes for 1905 are f due and must be paid at once After r December 1 penalty will be added All persons owing bck taxes must settle or their property will be advertised for t i sale My term m office expires January 1 1 and aU business must be settled jh BYRON CROAKE S W C i ACoff rtJohn W Partin Depu Sheriff faWlydM aJky Simpson 5prate over abd Dbf r Gi liteise ftd postoffice at Hood ijygie coianty rubbed of goods money 7lYiTaterMt itvilkx Ntiiskvil le Imeman felH twen caltlibpkijjr lleandkille r lli IIITif arr Dr88 I E 1 f lV6rniffugiTIE ei- y a t rairf JHtt bIt t 1s k f H WSt r WcMthRemcmbcnnsI 0 w gonoCAREOF ANARIESr ttoW te Properly Feed tadfGAf + er tlie SohV ter8iSiJt When the Canary 12 In ol lnnryco health the more plainly it is fW3ti h6t better says the PittsburgPrc4y Mie usual mixture Is what is c lloil blacij beingsolidtstdded to two of the other It Is lin pbrtout however that the c dbq good and clcan that is free from dust Iud grit The canary seed should be fat gUt teriuglrseeds Anti before putting it in the tin of a morning not only should tlie tin Itself be cleansed but the seed should be put upon a plece of white paper and the dust orgrIt if any lblown away or removed In addition to these seeds a little gr en food must be given fresh every day but not damp The best are probably ripe groundsel ripe chickweCla lit tie lettuce or water cress As to dainties the less of these the better We may perhaps moke an exception In the traditional morsel of sugar or crumb ofsweet biscuit buta bird will not keep long in song that has much of either Water should be given fresh every morning the little glass fountain being previously well rinsed out Soft filtered water is best by tar A great many ailments are induced by hard water In the wild state birds drink the ruin water from tho leaves This Is pure hardnesseSand 1s another sine qua rathetr coarse or very n haps washed sea sand Is as good as any The bottom of the cage should always be thickly strewn with this Immediately after the cage Is cleaned In the morning a stock being kept in the house for the purpose A song canary will not do well for any length of time in a stuffy badly ventilated room Fresh air is essen tial to health Another thing that tends greatly to keep the bird in health is a sun bath On fine days the cage should be so hung that the sunshine shall penetrate the cage but at the same time it must be remembered that too much heat is very dangerous so onehalf of the cage should be invarp ably covered with a cloth This cloth comes in handy In several 0other ways at night for example temperatoccasions the cage is to be covered quite over but in summer a part should always be left open The cloth may be required also at times when juiything Is being done in the room likely to frighten the bird Some birds are naturally timid and easily alarmed When they are so It is useless tryin to tame them the heart is weak an they need extra gentle treatment Wo have known a birdof this kind a most frightened tddeSlli by some one while sewing tearing a piece of linen dow the center Apropos of fresh air the bird in the winters evening is too often burn condemneda room where gas Is burning If the bird must be in this room the cage should be lowered and partially coy ered up Smoke steam and all soifs of vapors tend to injure the healttt slowly or indeed to cause illness and loss of voice A forenoon bath dally in fine weather Is an excellent preservative life and voice In the song canary A saucer makes as good a bath as any the ter living clear rain water It is usual ly placed In the cage but if the bird has been tamed thoroughly andal lowed its freedom for a time every day the bath should be placed ona chalraor on the floor The bird wl ascage J How to Clean Oitrlek Feather o clean ostrich feathers make lather of pure soap with a little monia In It using about a quart of w ylargeIn this then lightly press them stem tip between the thumb and finger an- do the same In an equal amount clean hot water Repeat In cold slightly tinted with blue Hung feUthers up to dry where there n draft and shake at Intervals Before atyby steam over a pan of quick boilin water and finished as directed Comb fctecfully and curl say stra a stir rkfilte Hew to JVanb ChmfaeU Veit To wash a chamois vefct remove the afsoap near fire as that wit Harden the leather r When it Js oit1Yfrub between your hands htU liable and soft Aft eiyfftte quite dry give it a good bruth jl wttlTti ott b Theaplgce O- Itphiq a or eOf rIPC oXK the ettnd irrith a ted td warm 1 orex fet IDIt rtNt w1l- lrl n l1 tfcku iMo rr- It Kitekem litbsr lire there tlhouM be ty ky jr err sfool pct oleo R low air tip freeing a rygtti ltrbck t doeite weyl bed rt Meal as at a 8reafi stirtl r toY AkCr 10 10K tubT Wt 4 7QitS pt1f1EOG VIGOR IIIJrg tI8 iNt Prirc Bloods Bei croH cllJVU1 Ix1dySc ube For qulclc grprtlifalntrgoodreturn- for the auioxintip jarn fed to them the improved breeds bf hog are far nhcaO the crab pra2orback kinds writes correspjoiiderit of Farm Prog rcs But I suppS hat most irlmrS vho difficultyat1ni Inraisin r unii besides ink lug rapld bnor futtenlllg easily Any Of tho good Breeds of hogs laud Cllltut IJ4j k Irt Chester White retl1rnSlire all subject t5 io same tio c They are not pvolfflcfenougb vita Jfc fire too delicate about fniTOWlnff tot long since I lost a line young PblhjHl CIjTna sow that happen to IUJLIUW wheJ1Jwnsawn from uuuit o one on the Inc hoer whatAo dd with a sow th t3 had difficulty ifartrowing and shcLQIedi end It ISA veer ognized fact that All thaacll bred hpgs must have attention at this period or own may lose both sow sail pigs But as for serubfogs I never knew one to hart nay difficulty or heard of any once sitting upjWlth them to pre vent trouble The old razorback sow gets Into the wDoUSvOrsomewhqre out of slght orhalf In da3and then comes up with a lusty litter of twelve or fifteen pigS ehaEare rustlers from the Start The only tipuble with them is that they eat their 1iadsotr and then make no meat They do not make rapid growth or take on fat easily I have fed some that wfth corn at cents n bushel cost me 10 cents a pound t fatten and even then did not dress 150 pounds a head I believe the surest way to get stain ins and constitutional vigor is to cross say a Berkshire boar on scrub sow and then breed the half bred sows t another Berkshire boar and keep the quarter bred sows for breeders I be llevo that these sows will have enough otthe scrub vigor to produce large lit ters without risk to themselves and the pigs willlje practically pure bloods arncterLticsIf only quarter blood should not be sufficient scrub It might be better to use halt blood scrubs for breeders aiuf a pure bred boar Something must b done to get health and vigor Into oUr hogs or there will be no profit m themi i Sljcnn of 111 Health of Cattle Symptoms of unhealthuiefls in cattl e which may be seen without handling are An animal ieeplng away by It self if accustomed to go with others und perhaps standing with Its back arched Not stretching itself on being quietly raised when lying down Hair standing on end or staring having a harsh dry dirty dull appearance Ab sense of lick marks on the skin Saliva flowing irons the mouth Jot fecdhig or chewing the cud for any leijsth of time Thin condition of the lthrongefermentotipa and of digestion of the food HoUOwSldes consequent from want of food Quick breathing or a cough Peculiarity of movement of head and limbs American Cultiva tor j I1UE SHEPHERD lr0 Where the rani runs with the ewes lie should be allowed to run with them during the day and atvnlght should bo put by himself so that Le cau have his grain and teed at night after he Is taken out and in the morning before turned In In this way the ram Is re5ujy to rest nights and during the dnyh ewes are all up and stirring and titer e A11tIand the ewes too for that matter are given shelter from the long cold rains of the late taU In this way one ntm that Is well developed and prorerls Y l totrnrifWundererr Shelter the Sheep aGet the winter quarters ready so the coldaover thoroughy thedWatcheroncetheIt Is almost Impossible to break them saysheepcouldgd8Shec9 Weed JBmdlcatalrM are areas of land upon nearly very farm where the Weedy gould be feubaued or eradicated by theIr sturiug of sheep during the growing seaaon and when tlio land Is unoccupied by a crop For Instance after the hay tare moved from the land and It Is not 4e sheepsastured and 0111 effcctiitlly check mudi of 41 + rapid Srowtlipf weeds which are alwaysready falaMession of the land Them fjr ilmllar ways upon nearly Tery which sheep could je ellorc o less durln thtr ara- s aslifsi keeping dwn htdlctst Farmerwce Tabl For tkpe An English t1 does not em xlderkale a suitable food for In limh ttlccs as the fementtlom set UP the l reea would be likely tQ ldlfIIamb He tltites that he uently kt lambs when btenakc RLlte bad SlateRAfter letitt CHX3 PUBLIC SA WEDNESDAY f DECEMBER 20 905 On the above date I will offer at pub lic sale to the highest ticker at my farm one mile north of Broker near the Mooresville turnpike tK lloyvingc One twohorse wagon one onehorse wagon one horse one buggy and har ness 29 fat iiogs three fine broods ws soon l find pigs six stands of bees SCfOjfeefeof ash lumber 200 feet of gate utiMfer 30 bushels of wheat three jMSplps of tlmothyBeed Gearing Sad- t1tce 4QSQ E FARMING IMPLE r NTS AND MY HOUSEHOLD EtJRNITURE qTERMS y onsumsjbe given interest from date Notes pay ble atPeoples Bank Sale to begin at 9a m REEDfPUBLIC SALE SATURDAY DECEMBER Qi 1905 A 4 rtt One and a half miles north of Card well on the Cardwell and Bethel turn forosale to the highest bidder the following property J HORSES and CATTLE JJ Ten head of Extra 800 Ib steers 4 headof 1100 Ib steers one Jersey cow seven years old fresh March 27 1906 gives one gallon milk ner day 1 yearling heifer fresh play 20 1906 ode sixmonthsold Jersey heifer oho good brood mare in foal by Billy Sire one good family horse one span ofweanling mare mules one fouryearold stallion staIIjlIon worker and has other excellent ties quaJil 100 barrels of corn one corn one roller cutting box 115 gasof mentionSaleUA KYLER CHIC STYLES All Tiatr of Dahlia PoaeIarSttta sine Evealas Ilatvi hDahlia in all the warm tints Is smart tills season A pretty g wuts otl broadcloth In this rich warm shade The skirt u walking length has tans fnslonableh e taucyblnckone of the new French models that area sort of bolero with short basques oerhanglngJacketpanne velvet forms a waistcoat outlined with a galloon combining shades y accompnnythis t adorned at the sides with small roses In mauves and old rose eEvening hats are stunning made of tulle wrapped around a wire frame POVVDER TUFF ilANDKEItCHTEi Tips sliver and gold and pom pons are used aa ornamentation A dainty white picture hat Is of fine beaver simply trimmed with a band of gold brujd tied In tiny bow at one side The chlcness of this chapeau to bo found in Its gracefur lines There Is a new velvet called etlenue It is much like panne velvet but is trifle heavier handkerchletpwder attrfy lace edged moucholr A circle Is formed In the center of the hand kerchief of an extra piece of fine linen hemmed down lrunnlng Is made through which Jspawnfi e elastic in to the shape of a bag little powder and a tIny puff Inclosed itt this bag XHnplete the handy little secret JUDIO OHOLLET A Bad Scare sfarenYalrelpeadicitis Safety life m Dr JC f iNew Life Pilta a sure artr ffX aU 1MtwtII rd eie 1itfe htiNrier 6irtralrAed atC Jf i TlJi74 fAr = DtMI plWl Cure Headache Almost instantly and leaye no B d effects They Tierc every other pain Neuralgia Eheianatie Pam ScT AgtePainsdown pains Indigestion DizzineflNervousness and Slee R f r Pam Is s cre to follow any strata or weafcealac influence upon the nerves It may be caused by overexertion intense mental effort colds m r digestion or any tanse that depresses excite ragitates the serves So sensitive wr they that tH least pressure oc strain causes sufferiBc Jy seeifc I ingr strearthesuBr and qmetior the I versa Dr ir palsThey bear valet sguarantee that the first box will best K shell xefoaded Never sold ia bulk ItTLXS UXDICAL COXUMKV We SUBSCRIBERS flEE COLVMX Under this head all persons wna are su scribers to The Snn ma Insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other arm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not Included but inserted in another department of the paper at very low rates jHjr F Mayes Texas has for poundstI have for sale eight nice shoats weighing from 65 to 80 poundsI1ROSA LANCASTER JD Stabfield Lebanon Ky Rt 3 has for salJa fivembntnsold calf I have fss2ii rf wtof fuletturkeys 1 to SOand hens BETTIE J2SOJ w F Mt jVedericktown has for sale white fern roosters at 1 each I 151hands Ben E route I Springfield trader Miss JO E McIntire DIcIn Ky hasWIe pure bronze turkeyStoms 350 hens 250 iW t I faT5k R F D No fTheseweUkrs poutof Mesdam Jacksct a Owens noted Ky breed Decemberdelivefs 250C taIlings has for sale ao baled f M hi B Waters Springfield has MammothlBrothilltevR 1 j SO GOOD AND PURE rF il ne- sttat Ita Use Soon Jeoom FAMILY HjPnracampli intror soon becomes u famuyiiaCfffr because pleasingresultsdoes not take long for every member of the family to find out Its unusual merits No remedy for hurt aches sores and pains comes so nearly being every boys faithful friend as Para drugssor can danger by either child or adult Be remedyaParncnmphtand soothes his tired aching feet It cures Mothers Neuralgia and Tooth complexionLittle Sisters chapped hands lina and lUgBrottlerLittle Brothers Bruises ScratciieW 1 Bumps and Burns it cures Croupy Sore Throat Chafing Itchibw i baIone can apply for rellel from any fall qclieS and pains Da Yt kefj ia y tujltouse7 It not way net jit da r and sisotiidBledtQ wtillm tat ik 1 Jw tiIIIIf lte 1- d fIO titl 1 y Pt 1 ttint iI t i t 1 INr s r liThe s Illinois CentiFl saleRailroad Offers extieieIp low round trip valaet to points m Mississippi a dLtliaiai- nchnc NEW OJNov 2I Dot 5 and 9 ets allowep sib fgOC1naaYS far rettlra LttwlHH T T poiutsinARXANSAS INDIAN T RITORY OKLAuMA TEon the first and tirdSof ea month Cheap excarriorZ ta Ie J9 r GS ARK via lraaIik s line rlling personally r iLtiii J Curs fxali LO rjCALIFoRNIA ARIZONA c esFarMM1g IA 1M sThe Passenger Departwent of Dois Central Rail ei Compwy iaw ktteiStock Ram IMs Net ittatsof Iarttacky r1 T- p Mississippi arid IXXSJM Iry wlafwffl Arn name an aha ioruasigned will b mailjumaan nt Nos1 to II ineJthe maiMpe + r rates tdcktt4 S the railroad i1Prink1edm sloes o blue F w HARLthers as jest LwiwlA t j D4rt