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The Blue Diamond Saws Chissels Edge Tools and Drawing Knives have no su perior Remember BUY NO OTHER BRAND We have two secondHand Ranges for sal They will be put in good condition and sold atIt a low price McElroy Schutz 1 Ii fEEEEiEEfEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE t w W T w The Farm and Other Matters W wAsDiscussed By J S TRIGG T w w 333333 3 333 333333333333333 33 33333333 For the Farmers Wife i A water supply and fuel are two things which enter very prominently Into the domestic economy of every home for water and fire every house wife must have whether she presides Dyer a shanty or a mansion In lieu of providing these two essentials In domestic economy some very heavy and useless burdens are often placed upon wives and mothers who have enough to do even when these essentials are made as convenient as possi ble We know of well to do farmers who have gone to a good deal of ex pense and trouble to pipe the water from their wells to their barns so that a water supply may be handy for their use by Just turning a faucet who In differently permit their wives to get the supply of water for the home as best they may from a well locatedten rods from the house men who will have their barns guttered and leave their wives to depend upon an old board and a rain water barrel for a supply of soft water There are a few things which every farmers wife has a right to demand They are a hard wood floor for the kitchen or at least a linoleum Cover for It a good cistern accessible by a pump In the kitchen sink a supply of hard or well water under pressure where there is a wInd mill on the premises and a convenient randample supply of fuel convenient ly rotated This making a woman lug water and split wood or hunt for fuel is a relic of barbarism A young lady with a farmer on the string as a pro spective husband will do well to have these things settled right before the parson jets In his work Sweet Corn Canneries A short distance from where the writer lives Is a sweet corn cannery where more corn is canned each year than In any other cannery 4n the world the annual product being upward of 4000000 cans The presence of this cannery has quite changed the crop production of the farms tributary to it Immense areas of sweet porn being planted each year which one year with another returns the growers about 20 pet acre besides two tons or thereabout of very choice fodder This crop bar vestedwhen Jn the milk makes a very light draft upon the fertility of the soil a fact which has much to commend It It further requires but a min- Imum amount of hired help toproduce It and prepare it for market Peoples Deposit I Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Goo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VicePresident J A Boulware Cashier aShlerHDIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W LJ Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Guaranteed Solicited SatisfactionI oooooooooooooooooooooooooo t That Boy of Yours What to do with that boy is problem which confronts almost everyman who raises one The girls ar expected to get married when the time comes and tlie right fello comes around and generally do whic disposes of them so far as parental responsibility Is concerned but the boy Is a different proposition He wjill feel abundantly able to take care of him self but his notions of life are too often faulty Only a very small mi nority of the boys manifest a marked i predilection and fitness for any par- tIcular business and like young colts may nearly all be broken in and train ed for useful lives but us with the colt sense Is required by the parent In a general way for it would be foil to try to make a race hone out of Percheron colt or a draft horse oii ot standard bred stock The boy first of all should be insured a goxl health physique If be takes to smoking cigarettes and bumming it he Should be reasoned with and if thnt wont do the business it should be licked on of him This of course is not pleas ant but It Is often the best service the father can render his son The boy should then be offered every possible facility for acquiring a good common school education at least and sbme posIIslblbefore Mere muscle means ub ut3jper year tile educated hand and head can only make it more Better start the boy into the world at twenty one well developed mentally and physically without a dollar than to send him out ignorant and untrained with a thou sand dollars Winter Weather The long range weather prophets are predicting all sorts of winter weather They are working the goose bone tb pigs milt the corn husk the muskrut and the stars and getting nil kinds of weather The funny thing about tht business is that there are lots of peopl- who believe these fake predictions N live man can forecast the weather three months or even one week ahead The laws which govern the universe whlchfroduce cold or hot or wet o seasons are not understood and probably never will be Experience shows however that extremes of heat and cold of drought and flood follow each other with considerable regular ty as season types that dry and ho summers are quite generally followed by mild winters and wet summers by cold winters Further than this It useless to attempt to forecast w eathe and seasons While the dreaming of dreams and the employment of wls men to Interpret them Is no longer recognized business there Is neverth- less lots of latent superstition left id the race an Inheritance from the ancient past If you Jive north of lati tude 41 it safe to bank up you house put up storm windows see that the barns and sheds are made comfort able for the stock have a good suppl of fodder and fuel handy and see that the sleds are ready for use for the winter north of this line of latitude ustmll justifies all such preparation Bit Of Moralizing- Hartford Herald It is more humane to spread ashes o your sidewalk innter than to leave footprints on the sands of time SPICY PARAGRAPHS i A Glimpse at the Nations of the Earth t An Immense flower market Is to be built in New York city by 200 or more floristsAn has been sent to an insane asylum through too much study of newspaper puzzles In the French army soldiers are al lowed to hare gardens in any spare barrack ground and grow vegetables which help ott their rations Statistics show that the birth rate In the largest German towns is steadily decreasing notably in Berlin Chariot Itenburg Hamburg and Crefeld A Book of Songs For Motor Cyclists is being compiled by the German Motor Cycle club Prizes are offered for the six best songs submitted The purls correspondent of the Lon don Mail says that mules brains make very good eating and are frequently psed Instead of calves b sins In Pari sian restaurnrits The number of cigarettes manufac tured and sold in Canada increased from 34000000 in 1890 to 83000000 in 1895 In moo 123000000 were mann factured while inj 1904 the output was 210000000 Some of the old guns purchased by the town of Crejve from the British gotgcnment and placed in the local parkas war trophies had never been used on foreign service at all it has been discovered There does notseem to be much graft in Australia All its public yearsTwhose will was probated recently left only about 10000 An inspector a few days ago found that a weighing machine used by the Great Western Railway company of England was sixtysix pounds short in every ton The company paid a ten dollar tine and costs French naval officers are beginning theacoast com intoewnail the gunners too few tiThe foreign countries which send goods to Ecuador to the amount of 100000 or more each year are the United States England Germany France Belgium Australia SPatrl Italy Chile Peru and Chiria A monument erected in York cathe dral to the officers and men of the York Land Lancaster regiment who fell inj South Africa was unveiled the other day Besides the names of the fallen It bears only the word Remember The police of Lancashire have pre whichy1They have jurisdiction fortysix hand some ambulances many of them cost lug Z00 The money was raised by otheryathletic Illiteracy among negroes Is about sev en times zis common as among whitest and this ratio between the races has not altered materially in the mst ten years Illiteracy among southern ne groes is more than four times that amoiig southernfltes 1A short time ago Chile solemnly open ed a permanent industrial exhibition The president presided surrounded by the leading people of Chile and the en tire foreign diplomatic corps The day is referred to as one marking a new era In the development of the country trimThenial address to his clergy recently said that the clergy had fallen under the despotism of choirs and with regard to monotoning on a high note he complained that they seemed to think there was something sacred about the note GI A number of persons In good post tions In Budapest have within the last few days received threatening letters bearing the signature The Hungarian Black IIund The sum of al iiaidttake the risk of assassination j 5As early as 1875 the first comimrclnl Iolcyoobeen established in various parts of the Japanese empire In 1884 the commer udnisrj was passed concerning commercial tln catibnal Institutions One of the most remarkable places of worship in the world Is the miners collieryten toiftof the shaft The only light Is that obtained from a solitary safety lamp tellingra generally chosen to officiate inaaseMAus Taper Klelneu Garnison theImilitary authorities have decided Inrevery years so ns oo great tin Intimacy between the officers pepulzitlonya paper a technical society at Odessa Mr Lokuze theyu A dynamo Is car ied on a wagon horse or automobile ltd the current excites art induction coil giving a high tension discharge One pole of the coil Is to tIle meatlres and the other to metal brushes passing over the ground Then discharge kills the grubs etc In the soilHearing one ofjiis officerssay at din ner that half a lozcn uusslaus could r + t to IJ ISO PEOPLE fl Have taken advantage or qur exceedingly liberal clubbing offer during the past ten daysj Only a limited time remains in which to secure this NEWSPAPER BARGAIN Sendus t 1 E4zF41 j 1 AND GET I fl The SpringfieldM F Weekly Courier Journali Ifttit ALL THREE PAPERS ONE YEAR Send check paper moneyor titi postoffice money order Addressr v tir i The Springfield Sun SpringfieldKy1 i IxxI Zldrive the English out of Tibeta sol dier in Manchuria who had been serv- Ing ris a waiter at the table asked some people where Tibet was and learning that Jit was somewhere south west persuaded seven comrades to join him in an expedition They had not gone far when they were attacked and seized by Chinese bandits from whom they were afterwardrescued Statue of Frecerick The Great The sta ue of FrederI kthe Great presented jto America by Emperor Wil liam of Germany and recently unveiled stands in front of the Army War college at Washington It 4s a replica of I one made about six years ago by Pro fessor Uphiies a leading German sculptor It now stands on the Avenue of Victories in Potsdam and is of mar ile The Statue presented to America s of bronze HId of heroic sire Fees For County Attorneys Frankfort Ky Jana 19 Attorney General Hays todayrendered his offi cial opinion to Auditor Hager in reply an inquiry as to fees of county at lito when performing the duties by Section 4153 which pro vides that it shall be the duty of the County Attorney within fifty days after a sale for taxes to notify the owner of such land having been purchased by the State and if the same be not redeemed within thirty days thereafter it is made the duty of said County Attorney to institute proceedings for the recovery of possesion thereof and after such proceedings have been instituted if the owner of such land redeem the same he must in addition Ito the other amounts pay the costs such pro ceedings The Attorney General holds that in followingIUiissection hAve as their commissions when they attend to their duties 20 per cent of tile amount required To revbver said lands 1 AIurprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be n to stomach and liver by taking a medicine which will relieve their pain and discomfort viz Dr New Life Pills They are a most wonderful sure relief and cure for headache dizziness and constipation 25c at l Jlfaydons drug store The Traction and power plant at Terre Haute Ind was damaged by fire to the extent of 150000 Jim Crow Car Nashville Tenn Jan 20 TheHou e today passed two Jim Crow street car bills after a fierce discussion between members of the Shelby and Davidson county delegations The lat ter wanted the Fahey Bill which gives conductors power to seat passengers and which was amended to designate by signs the portions of the cars to be used by the races while the Shelby countains wanted their bill which provides separate cars After a long wrangle the Fahey Bill was passed but with a clause exempting Shelby county from its operations and then the straight Shelby county Jim Crow Bill was passed The opinion is advanced by lawyers that the Fahey Bill with the Shelby amendment is unconstitutional- A bill was introduced in the House making the playing of football a mis demeanor punishable by fine of 1 to Bills were also introduced to 1appropriating Married At St Rose Marion Falcon Mr F Arthur Carrico a prosperous young farmer of Washington county and Miss Effie R Smith a popular young lady of this county were married at St Rose Wednesday Dont Pose Enquirer One of the eraors most easily i fallen into by a youth is pretension He thinks he must appear to be more than he really is and tries to dress the part costlypIplaces wher he knows no one and no lone knows him i He somehow possesses your reading matter from the Z Suns Club bing list the notion that he is exalted opinion of himself and improving his worth whereas he is in reality only squandering his money foolishly and pandering to his own sense ofvanity Very early in life the boy should cuT tivate the habit of being natural and of comporting himself in accordance with the position that he fills Gorgeous apparel will not help him to advance nor will any outward trapping or show of qualifications Notable ex amples are offered by history of celebrated men who were first last and all the time devoid of pretense They began humbly enough as boys possessedtof nothing except health and intelligence backed up by determination to steadily strive toward certain high ideals Itwill serve to cite the exam ple of the famous liberator Abraham Lincoln who was as devoid of affectation as babe Yet his deeds and his personality stand so clearly defined ur the century and are so indelibly im pressed upon national history as to be ineradicable Passing time endears him the more The boy who begins with the desire to be absolutely sincere and never to become devotee of the blur game has made good start hi his career He affects no knowledge he does not Possess therefore he learns with more readiness his eyes are not blinded by false notion of his worth thus he gets the right perspective on life and speeds the direct course to success unhampered He learns to sink self being untroubled as to what others are thinking or say ing about him he gives his undivided Attention to the business engaging him and self forgetfulness makes life pleasant enough until his reward comes by call to go higher up 1feIto merge all the ice plants with view of securing better prices for their out put H oOOoO oOOOOOOoooaoo ooQOooQa o if I Clubbing Rates Ilo FOR t t 11905 lt rIfi- THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and i 10 IwillIi Save Money selectingG o o creating superior a a a a a a a i i o Both par r pers I yr 0WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 riYWeekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 QSemiVeeklyDemocrat 175 ioHomeAmerican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 0American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazetter 225 01FarmFarm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 aLippincotts Magazine 285 s 400 Monthly 175 0Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 I Sunny Sounth 150 0 0 ib I Address The Sun Springfield Ky Ii Q QQ QQQ QQQQQQrQ O a i Qg j r r r ar t QQQ QQOQgQQQO gggaoaoaoooa oo- o Voting Contest I ol Po 0 I Tell The Sun By Vote 0 WHO I lQ wIus the Most Popular Young Lady in Washington County p IWHO p IIsthe Most Popular Farmer in Washington County p 0 LIWHO vIs the Most Popular School Teacher Washington County a tPrizesi I 0 TO THE YOUNG LADY receiving the largest number of votes 0 The Sun will give either a handsome Dressing Table or a Gold Watch CO TO THE FARMER receiving the largest number of votesThe Sun will give an Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 Either right or left hand TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun will give either a Webster Dictionary the una n i bridged latest printor a ladys handsome Writing Desk 0 CONDITIONSn iEvery 1 paid on subscription Intitles you il to fifty votes for each contestant 01 Coupons clipped from The Sun each week entitle you to one vote for each of the contestants n r 0 0 n COUPON 0 a n 0 I cast votes for i t lady an J 07i1 cast votes for J rihitfarmersco V I castvoteg for teacherttG Remember this coupon is good for one vote for each contest ant Clip it out and send it in every week 0 0 SPRINGFIELD SUNSpringfield Ky n np O OO OQOO OOpod on RAYS a Springfield 0 Sun Ij is remarkable how close a small boy t1ifyget from it when he wants to remain of at home from school There is time in every girls life henc she wants to marry to spite her mother and a time in the lives of a goodmany of them when they have succeeded people have a pretty high re tgardfor religion or they would not eXl pect tosoak ups enough on run them for the rest of the week Itis not easily understood by a who can fall forty feet without gettin- hurt why his father makes so naic fuss about a slipperysidewalk The man who gets mad at his wif and fills up on cheap whisky to spit her is playing with snakes to spite th fdoves in the trees Statisticians continue to show tha there are more boys than girls bprnJ every year and still it is harder to find EVERY CHILD SHOULD BE A CHILD OF HEALTH There is nothing so affecting as a poor little worn out youngster Yet every day we see children whose the drawn faces show that som thing is wrong with themIThis is a serious state for a child to h reach and should be attended to at once We are now prepared to offer remedy which is prepared purpos1y to go to the bottom of these cases a systemtputs o body and mind and that is what twothirds the persons who imagine themselves suffering from all sorts of ailments need simply life energy vitality We are now offering you a reme- that reaches the underlying causes of disease and builds up a strong healthy constitution 7It will ward off many almost any k contagious disease by founding a strong ealthy constitution For children and grown folksI You will be surprised at the rapid results VinToneSold a positive guarantee Kk beThe11andoftweentoanythmgat are not worth itmEvery manhas a perfect knowledge how every other mans business AUnclethan to find anything else and its worthless after it is found as Englishmans Toast = A well known eastern minister is re storygpromLrnen birth Russianeone a one a tone an Englishmanefriends finally a champagne otand supper was at which each an t0 8 o be iTheand bars of Russia that were neve- pulled down The Turk Heres to the moons of Turkey whose wings were never of iThepicked The American Heres to iHe stars and stripes of America never trailed in defeat The Englishman Heres to t romping jroarin lion of Great Britain that tore down the stars and bars oft Russia clipped the wings of Turkey picked the feathers off the cock of Stnem of America MarionaldMario FalconC Effie Colvin age 30 years died fSaturday night of consumption at the t Rome of her father Mr Josephus funeralIyday morning and the interment was the New Marketcenieteryt Three Italian were burned to 1Jacob 11with FAT ER O3 RILEY Falls a Distance of Thirty Feet anf Fractures His Skulllle MarDie r New Haven Echo j Rev Father Thomas ORiley of Alton Ill who has been sojourning at Gethsemani Abbey met with an accident Tuesday night that will no doubt cost him his life He had started down the steps in the dark from the third s ory and must ha e5lipp d at the first landing as he fell over the banister down to the first floor His skull was fractured his arm broken to pieces and he was otherwise injured There is little hope of his recovary On Wednesday morning the injured priest was taken to St Josephs In firmary Louisville Dr Moore accompanied him He was one of the most popular boarders at the Abbey and was held in the highestesteem by the mem bers of the community LATER Father ORileySaturd-ay morning and his remains were taken to Gethsemani for interment Must Be Lonesome Georgetown News There is only one Democrat in the Pennsylvania Senate He must feel as lonely as the two Republican members of the Texas Legislature But there is this advantage such a condition of things There is never a division of sentiment on the part of the minority on any question that may come up for consideration The difference Burnside Item An old letter carrier in Louisville was recently arrested for embezzling two cents A trust magnate or a big thief can steal a million dollars and instead of being arrested he will be sent to the Senate or given a fat job as a ruler ofI the people The Russians In Port Arthur are be hewed to have sacrificed a war vessel worth 200000 or 300000 to get dis pitches to the government at St Petersburg The risk of capture with whatever information the boat contain ed was as great as that run by war balloons yet the Russians seem not to up to date in military ballooning urlng the comparatively short siege Paris eptember 1S70 January i 1loonsthem felt into the hands of tHe enemy Several traveled as far as from Port to Mukden and one sailed to many times that distance Gov Beckham has fixed February 17 the date of the execution of Roy Green at Owensboro Because she could not conquer the cigaretesmoking habit Mrs Sadie Thompson of Chicago committed sui cide with carrosive sublimate Darrington Semple a prominent Wall street lawyer died at his home in New York or heart disease QOOOOOQQOOOQOOOOOOOQQOOQOO Wanted rrBEEF HIDESi 8ISHEEP eHIDESsr AND TALLOW g g 8 We will pay the high i3est market prices 1e also want ain18beef cattle I5 F T COX Springfield KyI8 oGOOOGGCvOOOGOOGOOOGGOCOGO S 1 t JAMES R GARFIELD COMMISSIONER OF CORPORATIONS Jame R Garfield commissioner of corporations has won golden by his first annual report iu which he advocates the requirement of licenses from corporations engaged in interstate commerce is the younger sou of the late President Garfield ii 39 years of age a graduate of Williams college and has been a lawyer at Cleveland Oi and a national civil service commissioner IVlr McChords Speech Washington Jan 18rC CoMc Chord of Kentucky vice chairman of the National Railroad Commissioners who are here insisting on more powers for the Interstate Commerce Commis sion appeared before the House Committee on Commerce this morning HeJ argued the legal phase of the question and made one of the strongest speeches that has been presented This is no fight against the rail roadi declared Mr McChord Personalities should not be injected into this mattea I regret that one of our traffic men recently attacked an Inter state Commissioner and asked if he wantedmore Power in order to sellout This was npt right and was not fair Mr McChord received the closest attention and his speech made a decidedly favorable impression on the commit tee Walker D Hines representing the L N was present and Mr Hines I took deep interest in the Kentuckians speech Mr McChord said that the 1movement Mr McChord said he did not believe an Interstate Commerce Court would be constitutional Courts of the land are now open for complaints against railroads and the Interstate Commerce Court would really be no departure from the present Only Chance For Harmony Hopkinsville New Era Army and naval officers at the White House receptions will be introduced by their titles instead of their names There will never be1 any harmony until they are designated by numbers Loved the Theater Few men of ally rank or time have leyel derived so uiuch unaffected Use from the theater as George III In fact lu the words of a contemporary It was as gooil usa playto hear the royal laughter and note the genu Inc enjoyment of his majesty Kc tis saId Thackeray wrote not to have cured for Shakespeare or tragedy much Farces and pantomimes were his joy und especially when the clown swallowed a carrot or a string of sau sages he would lnjgk so outrageously that the lovely princess by his side would have to say My gracious won arch do compose yoprself And he continued to laugh and at the very smallest farces as long as his pear wits were left him o frequent were Georges visits to the theater that his face was the most familiar lu London to playgoers who took no more notice of his presence tluUi If he had been a simple citizen except when his boisterous laughter drey attention to him anti started oth 4rs laughing out of irresistible inlet lon As familiar a spectacle as that 1hl8 ma jifsty purple and rolling with laughter 1aoto see hire sleeping as peacefully jjs a child Between the acts So paitin wits he to actors that he permitted siul evenrsinlled at liberties which lie iOIlld bui e resented in any ParQsons was ai g laK theaitor walked toward the box andadAn the ki tg were here and did not admire my hcanolil I would say Hang hire He liijs no taste a piece of im 5pUlInet wlych threw his majesty into a laugjiteiv London TitBits A new Mqthodist church near Pitts burg and it 5000 organ given by Mr Carnegie sere destroyed by Ute All emplo es of the Schoenville Pa plant of the Pressed St Company will getla 10 per cent advance in wages Fhje hundred men are affected A Watermelon iEliLbethtownMiJro Mr Jack Hawkins the Eastend Groceryman sent us last Monday a nice succulent slice of watermelon The mellon had been raised by Mr Murrell of Tonieville and purchased by Mr Hawkins last summer It is certainly out ofthe ordinary to keep mel lIons in Kentucky very far in the fall but when a mellon raised in the summer of one year is eaten in January of the next fresh and wellpreserved it is a phenomenal case of mellonkeeping Mr Hawkins has the thanks and com pliments of The Mirrjor The One Needful Thing Hartford Herald Perfumed gasoline for automobiles is the latest innovation Now if they will only invent some common sound ing name instead of Chauffeur the machine will perhaps move along all right The Indiana Senate killed a bill providing a whipping post for wife beaters R F Ferguson head delivery clerk of the Louisville and Nashville railroad art Nashville committed suicide NEGRO BRUTE Charged With Assault Upon Two White Women at Lexington 4 Taken to Louisville to Prevent Mob Violencez CourierJournal Charged with assaulting two women in Lexington and fatally wounding the husband of one James Pieisall a young negro was brought to Louisville last night from Lexington to escape a mob which was forming in that city with the avowed intention of burning him at questioningI madeIah was arrested by Detectives T J McCarty and J S Stewart of the Lexington detective force who had collected sufficient evidence against him to convince them he was guilty of assaulting Mrs R D Jones and Mrs Charles Wagoner and fatally wounding Mr Wagoner Before being brought to Louisville Pier sall was taken before Mrs Jones and positively identified as the negro who committed the assault Killed an Eagle New Haven EcHorSaturday while Jim Frank Atherton and his nephew Roscoe Gaslin were returning from Nelsonville they noticed an American eagle in a tree in the woods near his nome While Jim went for a gun Roscoe followed it up and ittflew from tree to tree until Jim returned Pretty soon Roscoe got a shot and brought down the bird but it was not dead nor did it died for several hours It was game to the last and fought Roscoe every time he approached Once it caught his hand and produced a severe scratch The poor bird had been caught by one foot in a steel trap that waSstill attached to it When dead it measured six feet six inches from tip a to tip Fortunately the shot did not injure it Mr Atherton carried it Tuesday to taxidermist in Louisville to have it preserved APossiWBty Georgetown News Mr Rockefeller failed to make thft expected gift of 2000000 to Chicago University It may be that Mr Rock efeller has encountered competition in the oil business in some little town w 1 PANCAKES hSurely the very mention of em willcarry you back to the days when they were all the go You remember they went out of style some years ago but you cant keep good things down and they came backcame back to stay IMAKE YOUR PANCAKES hOut of Uncle Jerrys Pancake Flour 15c a package then buy a lOc bottle of pure Vermont Ma pIe Syrup and you will have a sort of joy forever feeling when meal time comes GET A PACKAGE Of Postum and a package of just for your healths sake The kind of food that4ft will cut the doctors bill down JJ A1 SHADERI I iii Art Invitation You are cordially invited to call and ins spect our assortment of the famous Spring field Harness and Strap work which are known the country over as the best and strongest We are the manufactprersof these famous goods We will take pleasure in showing you our styles andcan furnish yoU goods at the very low est prices Pleasecall it does not cost anything to look Yours very truly Hodapp Miller Springfield SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance JJ10CERS GORE Editor art Publisher Application has bees made through the eld postoffice for sec eiidclUsrates I 00ITERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year fcJMr Months so TkreelMonths 25 lnwriting to have your adilraas changed jslap whkyonit DEMOCRATIC TICKET Lit8eylComcn IUmmanjam WD Claybrooke 1Ki M N MNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNTHE iWbt is the finest quality in hu man Is it not truthful I neesT The child that is taught to i specie the truth cannot but be hon i I t brave selfrespecting ulti iigenas Iis The time to teach truthfulness is f childhood And the way to teach I it k never never never to make ii2 whatsoever anything he does any i iiNNN NN NNNNNNNNNNNNN- t NNN s i t Hon W D Claybrooke Wash ingtoircouptys energetic ReDre4 sentatjve is in favor of buildin the new Capitol on the ground of the FeebleMinded Institut- at Frankfort and last week h offeredas an amendment to one of the resot lution requiring that the Capitol be built upon this sight Hi aqnendinent lost by only two votes inthe House It is not at all im probable that the matter will again oe taken up Mr Claybrooke is recognized as one jof the leading members in the Hopse and his services to the State lust at this time are valu1 ablel Last veek The Kentucky Standard at Bardstown bought the subscription list and good willof The Record Printing Company The cpnSolidationof the two papers vill make the Standard an unusually strong publication giving Hja subscription list of over 3000 names t The fiendish brute who com 4 mitted numerous outrages in Lex ington last week and who is now in the Lbuisville jail for safekeeping says he knows he is going 1 4y T i FOIlt THE It SICK+ 4 iI t to be killed once If that Lex ington mob could get hold of him it would convince him that being killed once was mere childs play Hed be killed about leven times and then hung making the- sum totalof twelve times Fugitive William S Taylor is going to Des Moines Iowa to plead hiscasfe in a moot court If hell attend the trial well getup a moot c urt in Kentucky Roosevelts majority in Kansas was 126093 They do funny things in Kansas On last Wed nesday the Republican Governor of that State walked arm in arm with Booker Washington down thejisle of StateHouse Halland sat on the platform while the negro addressed the audience A Chicago millionaire is giving his money away in orderuto avoid litigation after his death Certainly it will be a source of much pleasure to him to die know- Ing that he will not be bothered after he is dead- President i Roosevelt says we need more battleships The Pres ident may be right about it but thatlarger a anxious to fight and less inclined to arbertrate Itis better to feela little weak and settle our disputes by arbitration than by a spilling of blood An Ohio school teacher is in sane as a result of trying to fig ure 9ut just how long it would take for the world to become populated again ifeverything were wiped off the globe with the exception of two monkeys Before the session opened 80 per Generalinatures that a change of site was needed Louisville Tunes That may be true but The Times ought to remember that a Kentucky legislator has got a right tp change his pinion after the legislature meets EEKg aleofeplace we have decided to write a letter We would be glad tosee correspondents letters from all sections of the county Farmers in this section are through stripping tobacco and are now looking for buyers Miss Melvina Wycoff of Mackville- is visiting the family of G T Mayes this week G H Christerson and family visited his father and mother in Mercer county last Saturday and Sunday Other items from Prathers Creek will be found in the Land Stockand Crop column MT ZION Bad colds and grip are the order of the day The weekly arrival of The Sun in out homes is hailed with joy for its tone of cheerfulness and spicy news always iarouse interest and pleasure Qreen Hays was in Springfield last week Miss Claudie Neale visited Miss Lydia Williams last Tuesday Mrs Jas Gray and daughter Miss lOllie spent last Wednesday with the family of Geo Sutherland Mr Yeager and wife were in Kirkland last week on business T S H Bishop of Springfield was in more next 18 pairs Mens High Top Shoes e4j Sftworth 275 now go at 30 pairs Mens High Top Shoes OY Artworth 125 now go at +4I4 24 pairs Boys and Youths High L Top Shoes worth 225 200 A4j JEJ ft 36 pairs Mens Lustre Boots now go for lest I Jl = Make Grade t 1 Big Will In Boys and Girls The Big Store 1It our midst last week Geo Russell and have returned from a visit to the latters parents in Taylorsville Miss Elizabeth Bonta and Charles Semones of Harrodsburg spent last week with their uncle H B Bonta The Misses Yeager Entertained last Tuesday night in honor of their guests Messrs Archie Tindle of Jefferson and Edgar Yeager Quite a number attended and all report a good time We are glad to report our Sunday School doing well The Womans Home Mission Society met at the home of Mrs Sue WilliamsJWe are glad to say our work nicely The next meeting will be with Mrs Kate Williams Feb 25 j Sheriffs Sale For Taxes Monday Feb1Of 1905 it being IOn day of a regular term of the County Court I will at House door in Springfield Ky at or about 130 oclock pm sell for taxes the following described tract of landoras much thereof as is neces sary to satisfy the taxes and costs 100 acres of land in the Willisburg dis H Costs 460 B POWELL ExSheriff W i By Ep MASTERS CCI iWhatever the doctorprescribes or suggests is what we specially try to supplywe succeed so well that we are known as Headquarters11 J L for all sick room food t tPHONE 49tG istl lean= Up Sale Shoes and Rubberst largerjand than ever before We will the THIRTY DAYSsell you f 1nowthancosti of Deaths In Nelson County Mr A H Thompson died Sunday night of pneumonia after a few days illness at his home near Bardstown He was a United States storekeeper and was also a lawyer He was twentysix years of age and an unusually bright and popular young man He waS a son of Mr Charles Thompson Mr George Sutherland sr aged eightyfive years died at his home near Chaplin after a lingering illness due to infirmaties of old age He is survived by four sons and one daughter The remains were interred at Willisburg this county Mr John Misner died at the home of his daughter Mrs Ike Dugan in Bloomfield Saturday Deceased was seventy five years of age and leaves a large family Bent tier Double- I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter of Pittsburg Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get rwas bent double and had I to rest my hands on knees when I walked From thisterrible affliction I was rescued byiElectric Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk jls straight as ever They are simply wonderful Guaran teed to cure stomach and kidney disorders at C J Haydons drugstore Price 50c Mr Geo Masterson Dead Marion Falcon Mr George one of the oldest and best known citizens of Nelson county died at his home near New Hope Thursday He was about 80 years old and was the father of Mr Richard Masterson the wellknown insurance man and Mrs J W Saltsman of New Hb pe and grandfather of Miss Elsie Saltsman of this city I am prepared to do all kinds of gun smithing filing saws furniture repaired making carving knives also all kinds machinery overhauled and re paired Terms reasonable All Work guaranteed ED LAWRENCE Marks Greens Mill 15 t 60 pairs Men guaranteed Plow Shoes tall solid worth C Jf 25150 now go at I II Mens and Boys Felt Boots at less than costtit36 pairs Ladies Ziegler Shoes +worth 250 and 300 go in C this sale at i We have a few pairs of Patent Kids that go in this lot We a Specialty Rubber Footwear IReduction Be School Shoes Robertson Bros Springfield Kentucky wife WIBurton Total1510-H PharmacI liver Notice MOORESVILLE There were thirtyfive tubs of tobacco shipped from Booker last week Palmer Chesser and wife visited at Bloomfield Saturday On the sick list Jeff Smith has la grippe Miss Jennie Yates has typhoid fever and Miss Martha Yocum has stomach trouble All are doing well This has been a busy time with movers From fifteen to forty wagons passed through Mooresville every day last week growerswhocome of the Association They want to sell their tobacco and do not seem to want to be much longer aboutit iNothing has been heard from Ernest Goatlev and family who left here Jan 11 for friends are getting anxious to hear from him Lum Cheatham of Chaplin visited here Sunday The Big H Store complete for 49I High A Made Masterson Mrs Cassie L Chadwick who is in the Ceveland jail is said to be suffering from physical and mental collapse One MinuteiToo Late You have heard that expression hundreds of times it is to negligence frequently to a dont tcaresortqfadisposition but you are one very often because your watch keeps incorrect time There is no excuse for being one minute too late because of a timepieceJAMES GRAVES SPRINGFIELD Watchmaker and Jeweler will re= pair it for you at a very reasonable price A nice line of Watches Jewelry etc always in stock JEWELRY REPAIRINGA SPECIALTY T Laugh1i H lID THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YOUr But if there is nothing to laugh about a fellowt laugh and thats all there is to it However we can furnish you with Food for Smiles and a Smile is the next door neighbor to a Laughj THE POINT 1 I IS THIS I I 3 you can buy the cleanest purest and most wholesome Groceries from us at the most reasonable prices Thats Foodfor t Smiles THAT JANUARY DISH SALE tt ltoa little brighter than heretofore If so come in and select a Lamp from our largthstock A little price win get a big light tMcELROY BROS r S r Springfield Ky I rr 11 r 1Rt IiiF Iii IHnn npn ooO9r THE FIRST j n i ational Bankjt 0 joFi 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 2 b4 CAPITAL 50000 urplus and Undivided 0j Profits 25000 OFFICERS ElL Lit e President ft John W Lewis VlcePresIdent 0C McElroy CashIer n LJBCainAsst Cashier 0 BJ Foster Bookkeeper D 0e iDIRECTORS 0BltLiteey 1 W Lewis 0 D Sidney Green F M Campbell Hdelen HMGrundr 0 n jTn O tt St Wegranteveryfavorconsistent e banking If you have not already an account with this 0 0 bank we invite your patronage 0 eO oonoQQononQ Local News otes wasprobday and ordered to record His estate r qualifyuach raster Commissioner Leachman sold at Commissioners sale at the courthouse door three town lots lying near the Fair Grounds Father Hennesy was the purchaser paying for lot No 1 153 for lot No 2 170 and for lot l H3L50 j o3r A crowd was in town Monday Counjty Court day The merchants re port business only fairly good while very flittie stockchanged hands Cojjnty Clerk Booker issued marriage license this week to Mr Chas N Wil lett and Miss Prudie Nallie of Freder yTrrnRev Father Pieters They are among the jmost prominent young people of- their section ad have many friends who extend congratulations j Born to the wife of Richard Smith 1Jana 18 a girl Will Best a negro was tried before Judge Litsey Tuesday afternoon upon a change of disturbing a public assembly ofthe colored school atRandaUsChapel Shirleyalsotheir guns The later has not yet been apprehended The American Tobacco Company at this place bought of Shewmaker Simpson yesterday their crop of 17780 pounds of tobacco at 12 12 cents This crop was raised on twelve acres and was one of the best produced in the county the past season Shewmaker Simpson realized for this crop 222250 1cL W F Rogers will preachatthe Christian church here next Sunday morning and evening Eld Rogers has many friends in Springfield who will be glad to hear him preach He announces that he will remain here until next Wednesday NEW BRANDGTeI Lily Theomname of a new brand of cigars which Mr B D Lake will soon put on the market It will be a fivecent cigar and Mr Lake informs us that he intends to make it the best nickel cigar on the marketThis name was suggested to Mr Lake by the editor or The Sun A few years ago we were one of a party who spent a week camping in the famous glen on Gen Buckners farm in Hart gleninnow one of the famous spots of Ken tucky If the new cigar is half as good as GlenLily is pretty it will be a regular 50centerj AmericaGraphophone tf W P LAWRENCE Springfield j When you have read The Sun send it to your neighbor and tell him to read the opening chapters of A Soldierof Commerce WANTEDpA good blacksmith Write to W Bl Sherley Co Willisburg KyI MONEY LOST One day last week a colored boy lost pocketbook containing 35 on pike between Pleasant Run and J G Adams residence An honest finder will return to Springfield Sun If you did not read the first installment ofleA Soldier of Commerce write for last weeks issue ofThe Sun It will bemailed free to all new subscribers LOSTA red heifer Will weigh about 650 pounds Reward for infor mation A LVHJSEY Texas W K Marks of the firm of Marks Green left Thursday for Clermont where he will be for a few days starting the cut ing of a large tract of tim ber which the firm bought a short time ago The tract consists of 600 acres 400 of which are covered with fine timberwhite oak poplar beech gum hickory and pine Marks Green will begin sawing about April 1 and expect to be located there for two years The hickory tmberand small white oak will be cut into wagon stock and handles The balance will be cut as the firm sees fit Born to the wife of Alva Perkins Jan 18 a girl Luther Harrod of the Fredericks town section was tried before Judge Litsey last Saturday on a charge of de taining a woman against her will The evidence did not warrant the holding of the defendant and he was dismissed When you want a nice suit of Clothes Overcoat or Trousers theIman see guar anteedJ Why1 f l Not f ftLet Us Be Your Druggist 1mentalike to all Our 1 i JJProscription iIDepartment ci IrlV Is the pride of our business We have good rreason toibelproud t Of itYv Our Files d tIf Show the apprecia which t tis held and the constant growth of our iOti in this line is our best endorsement Your prescription be compounded by a registered pharmacist As to pis competency and reliability ask your doctor we will be willing to abide by his decision ialland see us or Telephone 89 and we will be glad to comply with your wants y7 y WOOD WELLS I- Druggistsj QQQ QQQQnQQQQ DOI sonal Notes tt o 1 n0 Visitors In and Out of TownA 0Round Up ofthe Weeks J o Personal News QQMrs W F Trusty spent several days last week with her mother at New Hope A little daughter of Mr E E Miller is ill of typhoid fever Sam Nally of near town is confined to his bed with a severe attack of la grip =Miss Minerva Raybourne of Mack ville was the guest of Mrs B D Lake this week Mr and MrsR F Sutton have SuttltsIpar home with an attack of lagrip Mr Will Hagan has returned from a weeks visited to his wifes parents at Adairville Mrs Hagan will remain a while longer parentsIAttorney HE Walter had returned from Lebanon where he has been for several days oh legal busi ness Miss Ruby Lampton of Leitchfield is here to spend a week or ten days with her father and mother Dr and Mrs Lampton f Miss Lena Canter has been visiting her friend Miss Sweetie Wilkerson at Lebanon Miss Julia Canter spend a few days with Mrs Oscar Walker of Walker Heights Dr P W Wells is in Louisville on business Mrs JL Barberhas been cqnfined to her room for several days lagripI MissElise Durreitt of Bloomfield is visiting her sister Mrs M W Hyatt WT Leachman is in Louisville on business Mr C A Greene is confined to his room of lagrip Mr Chas Richards of Lebanon was a business caller in town Tuesday Mr A B Hundley of Bloomfield was in town yesterday Mr McC Goode of Campbellsville was here yesterday Miss Lou Logsdon of Loretto is visiting her sister Mrs Margaret Nu nan near town Frank Young left Tuesday for St Vincent Union county Hon W D Clay brooke was at home from Frankfort Saturday and Sunday Mrs Samuel Campbell has been ill for several days of a severe cold Mr R A McElroy and daughter Miss Alice were in Lebanon Friday MondayIand kidney trouble and who developed a case of pneumonia is improving Logan Walker has been quite ill for several days of lagrip Miss Mayme Allen will entertain a number of her friends this evening Notice J I am authorized to offer for sale partsI of the farm of St Rose For terms ap plyJo theundersignedREV LARPENTEUR 11 Prior t Notice To Creditors All persons indebted to the drug firm of Wood Campbell are requested to call at the drugstore and settle Mr Campbell having disposed of his inter est in the business outstanding ac counts must be settled at once Please call at your earliest convenience Theo Campbell will be in jcharge of the books of the firm and will be in the Circuit Clerks office at anY time during the dayJ WOOD CAMPBELL The Sun has been informed that there is a probability of a stock company putting pa hotel building on the lot where the Dick Edelen property is now located There is also some talk of a new livery stable being erected on the vacant lot of the bId hotel property However we have learned nothing definite about the matter and it may be just talk Public Sale On Saturday Feb 4 at 1 oclock I willoffer at public salem household goods at my residence on High street in Springfield Miss ELLEN OGARA The birthday anniversary of Gen Robert E Lee was genetlly4observed throughout the South r You can Cure Yourself of the I Bad I 1 Drinkt Habit To The BusinessMan = r The Sun would be glad for you to call and see samples of our STATIONERY PRINTING We are putting out some nice workwork that will make your business look prosperous We are prepared to do the best becauseWe have the latest faces in type because we use the best inks bucause we carry the best stock Neatly printed stationery tells a story of progressiveness for the man whouses it It tells the firm or individual with whom he is corre spending that he is going to have the best of everything that he is upto date that heis not a subject for the buncomanNotice To Debtors r All persons indebted to the estate of Dr HR Hord are requested to call at my office in Springfield Ky at once and settle their account All accounts not settled by Feb 1 will be sued on This is absolutely necessary in order tosettle the estate T SCOTT MARES Adm WILLISBURG We havehad a fine ice harvest here The people of the town haveall filled their ice houses and are preparing to keep cool in the good old summertime We regret to say that C R Cheat ham is at the point of death at present Clem Foster who has been visiting friends and relatives in this county will start for Oklahoma next Tuesday His cousin Miss Maud Gheatham will accompany him as far as DeKalb Ill and Will join her brother M C Cheat ham Joe Nicholson has returned from a trip to Tehnnessee Sam Blackerby whom we stated some time time ago was going to In diana was detained by sickness in his family and did not start until last weekW M Brown of near this place has sold his farm to D G Dragoo and bought a farm in Mercer county and moved to it We regret to lose Mr Brown as he was one of our largest and best farmersIMrs M A Shirley and daughter Miss Blanch spent last Friday with relatives at Litsey Mrs Fanny Shealy gave a select party last Tuesday night Those present report a nice tjme Luke Hays of Scruggsvilleisattend- ing the Graded School at Springfield What has become of the Hillsboro correspondent We would like to see His letter appear in The Sun again Miss Mana Merritt was in Springfield Friday Misses Fanny Shealy Annie Mcllvoy and Messrs Alvie Foster and Miller Birch visited Mrs Richard Pinkston last week Mrs Wm Sutton of Brooksville Visited her sister Mrs Robert Mcllvoy of this place last week We regret to say that Turner Scruggs is very low of Dropsy Mrs Rufus Foster gave a Flinch party Friday night All report a pleas ant evening It is said that there are 18556 sick and wounded Russian soldiers at Port Arthur rr t J I DRINK GOOD DRINKSTHATS THE WAY TO CURE THE BAD DRINK HABIT There is nothing more certain than this Try something good and you will ever after refuse the bad We would suggest that you Buy a pound of Hagan Bros Special Ro- astedCoffee Ii fi IT MAKES A GOOD DRINK unneceSsaryOneDRINK THIS BRAND OF COFFEE GET INTO GOOD HABITS HAGAN BROSs SPRINGFIELD KY Shooting Angels A stranger from Marion county was in town last Friday afternoon Of course that waslnothing unusual veryIthis particular stranger saw sights and heard sounds Among some of the sights he saw were Messrs Edi McGim and James Hendron who were of work on the cupola to the Christian church At first he thought they were fox squirrels in an oak tree but he soon discovered that he was not looking up a tree but that he was gazing at the cupola of the church Then it was that he decided that the squirrels were angels But the strange part of the story is that the stranger from Marion decided that it was his duty to shoot Springfield angels and he drew a large sun and took aim At this juncture the angels again became squir rels and went into a hole Marshal Grace persuaded the young man that he was not seeing straight and ex pained to him that while the two men at work on the cupola would perhaps some day become angelsthat there was no possibility of them ever becom ing squirrels they were far from being members of the Angelic Band at present Up to the present time it has not been ascertained what brand of whisky he used- Notice to Creditors All persons indebted to me are earn settlesettled during the month of January and you are requested to call at your earliest convenience at W K Neikirks office where Imaybe found during the dayH M ONAN JRI WANTED Colored man andwife with small family Man to do farm furIDIshed Letter list List of letters remaining uncalled for in Springfield Post Office for week end ing January 25 1905 Mrs W F Anderson R 4 Bya ee Mrs Chicsi Hampton Miss Maggie s Peavy W A WATERS P M t I O U THE IEST IROCERJES- IH RETURN FO YOU MONEY C1Ot IMe your trade because it is your duty to economize Remember Little Savings Every week will present a big total in one year Spend 300IWith me every week for one year and your savings will amount to enough to buy your wife a hand solve Christmas present t IT Irvin McElroy Springfield Ky T The Best in Life and Accident Insurance is found only in i Travelers i Policies ol M Lowest Expense Low Death Rate jit High Interest Rate and Exper ienced Management make her Pol4lJicies Valuable and her Dividendss the Largest i SEE US fQR POLICIES THAT YQU CAN i UNDERSTAND co DA VIS SNIDERDISTRICT AGENTS i Bardstowns KyWe Want Some Good Agents in Wash ilM Cx d i Ii 4ww t 44 t t t OOOOOOCCCCOCCGCCCCCyGCCOG n Q LEO s B JR I HAYDON THOMPSON ds I t3 Klttbw J 8 LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE 0 Springfield Ky INice Outfits For Traveling Men s PHONE lS 8 oooogA A n AAA i Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistTUCKY Dental wprjc at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon 8 Barber Dr1J1M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST t teeth Extracted With out PainMIT CROWN WORK SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly JFirst KypmDr JII LAMPTON OFFICELInOpera House Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYESC ATTYATLAW fWillpracticeAppealsand C C McCHORD- ATTYATLAW i KyiWill practice In all State and Federal ur W CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington AppealsJW E SELECAUN t ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky t Wfll practice in the courts of Washington and adjoininc counties and in court of Appeals eQeQeieOeQeneQeQeQeQenneo HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18S We carry 4n stock a full line of Biirial Robes and Gaskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness CeoeoeneoenenJnen alot 0 DIRECTORY prinJtfleldKyCom Atty F 3L Campbell clerk Geo CommissionerMasters Sharpfiville Sidney Osborne Sprine field Bichard Isham Macrille R H 31ul Fonrith County Court BLi Lit ey judge W CountyAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each month firTTuesdayKoeOther Moore Sur OBridepatvJ M ontgomer ifcrnoDisr Rev J C Hoskinson SundaysuLPrayerHennessPastoroclock a m Servioen at St Rose same hours PastorServicesmonth LatimPastornA7 p m Sunday Scliool Sunda at 10 ermeeetiagereryThnrsduyevenisit BI f HarrisonHams Wil at Sundayi Heyday evening nt SO dock iaJdKtratec Din 10 iTaR1r ud4 12 NoIIn11fline O I T1OOtONoMays Secretary Meeting nights First and Third Monday niidtta in each month Leslie Taylor of Osceola Iowa died from over e cftenientduri ga game of chess i tpOET AND SCULPTOR James Mite Sr One of Bards towns Oldest Residents Called Above jtandardOne charac tees probably in died at his home here 110ndhyafternoon His name was James Hite sr and he was eightysix fage Hwas a man of wealthand was a descendent of a prominent pioneer family Mr Hite was a genius ofa peculiar type and had always been noted for his eccentricity He was for years pre vious to the war a leading merchant of this place but subsequently devoted much of his time to agricultural pur suits and was known throughout sev eral counties for his wide knowledge of farm matters In addition to this dewasagehemeritorious work iaU these branches His paintings hav taken several prizes at the Nelson county fairs and his poems have been accepted by some o the leading publication of the countrY The most remarkable achievement r Hites genius however was th of his and his wifes t tuombstonesseveral years ago and a short time pre vious to his wifes death inareare nicely carved and the workmanship is far superior to that of the av erase marble cutter The stones were placed in position in Mr Hites lot St Josephs cemetery and present very unique appearance The menu ment intended to mark the designers resting place is particularly novel arved upon it is the representation of the world c hilosedorms a rebus the solution being The is Gods Picture Book These stones are great curiosities and attract many visitors to the cemetery to vies them The Diamond Cure 4 The latest news from Paris is tha they have discovered a diamond cur orconsumption If you fear consumpV tion or pneumonia it will however b best for you totake that great reined mentioned by W T McGee of Vanleer TennrrI had a cough for fourteen years Nothing helped me until I tool Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which gave and effected per manent cure Uriequaled quick cure for Throat and Lung troubles At C J Haydons drug store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free Lawn Glasgow Times There still appears to be considerable confusion in the public mindconcerning the interpretation of the game law as applied to rabbits and squirrels According to the Kentucky statutes Read This Richmond Ky Feb 9 DieDearSirforkidney todayter than I have for 20 years and I cheerfully recommend to the public Respectfully John A Riddle L A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas won Jr Halls Great cures all kidne graveirregularities of thekidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates blad der trouble in children 1fnotsold mailtitwo months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 628 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists QQQOCXXXXXXJOQOOOOOOOOOPOOC GCOCOQGGGCGGGGGGGvGGCGGOGG Coespy i Meat Dealers SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Offer to tHe trade at all times The Best Fresh and Cured Meats bestBeeftradetQei OOOOOOOOOOGOOC5OOOOOOOOGOOC ICXX5OOOGGOOGGCOGGOOOGOOGOOG rabbits can be killed ten months in the year from November 15th to Septem ber 15th They can also be le aKy mrlTheJilw t and returning witha bagful of birdsI The open seasons for tend from November 15th squirrelsI 1st and from JUne loth to HIlUti 15th It will be seen that squirrels can be hunted only five and a half months in the year while the rabbit season covers ten mijnthsHowever squir rels can be killed at any time whenj found depredating on crops Quail shooting is lawful only six fr15thlawwas more faithfully observed and more strictly enforced than ever beforeJ Tyler MCAtee Deadj Lebanon Enterprise Tyler MeAtee aged 54 of Owens boro formerly of this county diedsud nly in his room at the Planters Hotel Wednesday Jan 18 1905 shortly after noon of heart trouble Deceased was the seni member of thefirnlof McAtee Lydanne and Ray and was one of the most prominent weeksfago McAtee several friends huntfthrownefrac re of one af his legs It seems that he became separated from his party and was not found until the next morn himItake the trip home After reaching Owensboro he continued too improve feelaso we fosr more an merry with his friends who were re voiced to see him While returning o s room he gave no signs of the ap preaching visitation of death which struck him a few moments later De ceasedwas born at Bardstown and youngvman was Col Carlisle in the merchandise busi ness tRussian General wilearmYy s In the Belt in Manchuria is completed Is u bronzed veteran of sixty winters z ajono man of great energy and re source Ho was commander of a corps during the Boxer Insurrection In China and wa 1at one time the czars dlplo ninth a In Bulgaria In personal nppearaI ce he Is toll and soldierly Despite the unbroken record of rail way disasters in tlie United States It remains true as proved by the experience of accident Insurance companies that the safest place In the world Is a railroad trail 3ot less than thirty j persons were killed stud many more than that Injured In elevator accidents in New York city In the past year No such proportioriv otthe persons who traveled betwtnyi New York and Chi cage In the period were even Ini jured It Is capable of proof that with- In almost any section of the country more persons are accidentally killed Ini the days work than In railway Alsos ters The explanation of this odd fact Isot course that those places are moq dangerous where danger Is least expected and those safest where daub 11380 looked for and so probable th the mind of every man concerned Intent on avoiding and preventing ac cident Although John Bull Is now a veli ment aposOe of arbitration tit least iu closet policy life Is reorganizing t military forces of India on the basis of a 50000000 outlay The troops will be conceritratgd at certain points to unable them to trait together arid e operate In time or war Since the great mutiny they have been quartered alt over the country Railroads and tele graphs hnve changed the situation and In time of war troops eau be quickly foniirrtetl to any distant scene Of dls turlmnce Several shots were fired through t vihdow3 of the Winter Palace at S Petersburg while the Czar was blessing the waters in front of the palace TOBACCO CROP How Farmers Will Go After Bet ter Prices In 1905 UpToDate Farming Once during each twelve months a tobacco crop is raised and marketed As soon as the crop is housed it exactIwere known- the condition ofl the markets could be- foretolJ and the value made known Then if farmers unite upon a plan of systematic marketing and effectually prevent gluts no tobacco would b0 soldbelow its actual value plus Na fair profit to the farmer Under present conditions every far iingmarkets become overstocked and tobacco at that market falls in price while in some other markets exactly the same quality df tobacco is selling well This has occurred frequently and goes to prove that the prices placed upon tobacco by buyers are not always real values It also proves the necessity of the farmer knowing how much of his class of tobacco has been produced what its actual value to the manufacturer is and how where and when other planters will market their tobacco The American Society of Equity is going to put in the hands of every tobacco grower the facts of the tobacco business We are going to tell just how many acres of each class of tobacco has been planted in 1905 Later how much it yielded per acre dand how much it cost to produce it It will prove to the farmers that the man ufacturers will buy all their tobacco at a fair price by showing what they hav done in times past and that the de mand or rather the c consumption of that class of tobacco will require all the crop Or if it dont we will knowhow much to carry over We are going to tell hitn just when and where all the other producers of his class of tobacco will market their crop and in this way each farmer can always sell at a time when his market need his crop We are going to prove that there is a way to make the buyers y a certain price if no more and we will show the way to be so simple and easily fbllowedthat no farmer will be prohibited from fob lowing the plan We are going to place the farmer in a condition so tha he will be able to say to the buyers My tobacco sir has been graded by our expert and is classed as grade A Australian dark shipping It cost me I1Inever raise another pound until I get a Lfair profit oh this for Im not ove fond of working for nothing Ther- was only about 5000000 pounds of this grade and class of tobacco produced this year and the Austrian government- has gIven ins suctions to purchase 6000000 pounds of this tobacco Las year they purchased 7000000 pounds We have the statistics to prove that they can pay 12 per cwt for this to- bitcco and we know it is worth it Therefore you will have to pay that before you get it for every producer knows what I know and will not sell whI That would sound like business for it is business and the buyers realizing the conditions would hasten to pur chase all in sight at that price forfu ture delivery We must depend principally upon our members to get nonmembers interest ed Nonmembers must receive this information and in return we must re ceive information from nonmembers We do not think any tobacco grower will refuse to learn of this plan and to make an endeavor to establish it when the facts so demonstrate its ultimate success and there is no possibility of losing a single cent in the trial Send us the names of your neighbors and we will help you interest them in this plan Now let us go rightafter good prices for the 1905 crop while elevating the price of ih 1904 crop andwe will get them for the first pound we sell tWaollessShee p EnquirersThe Department of Agriculture i continually searching about for the discovery und introduction of new things roteeesting recent works along this line hethe importation of some native Barb does sheep fourewes41nda but These sheep will never nterest tariff experts for they are practically wool oLess but they are said to be valuab for mutton production in warm They were obtained through the court esy of Sir Daniel Morris Imperial Com missioner or Agriculture fort le West Indies In cooperation with the Bu reauiof Plant Industry of thet ment they will be quarantin on t Arlfhgton farm at Washington until givetn e is to send thorn to some point in the extremQ South for trial ONLY AfEW Buggy Robes Cloaks Biankents and Furs Will be Sold at Cost Prices t We Have a few of each of the above and we very much desire to close them out before we take our invoice and to do this we will give you amopportunity to BUY AT COST The Slaughter Still Goes on nr1InBuggyRobeJn Cloaks Our stock is limited but what we have are nice Blankets They are all wool and are the best Furs What we have left come under the head of Cesily but we are selling them at LOW PRICES longestthei r GRUNDJ CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE Russias Liberal Bodyguad The zemstvo of Russia Is a historic Institution and collectively the zemst vos since they exist ia every diStrict ofeMuscovite patriotism They have in part the characteristics ot the New countyboardsone has ever questioned the purity of motive of their members who are elect ed by the people and serve without pay or their devotion to the czar and the empire As to the duties or pre rogatives of the zemstvos there are two opinions The advise and min inters of the czar who hold the views of the late M de Plehve would have them attend to purely local affairs and In that sphere be as public spirited as they choose On the qther hand M de reformstand urged them to speak their minds freely upon the condition of the peas antry first contact of the Czar Nich 1olas II with the zemstvos was soon after his Ina iguration when he receiv Repe oftaftertnew ruler One semstvtf one totthe days of Alexander II and expres ed notreIstrictreaucracy but would let the voice of his people be heard through their chosen representatives the zemstvos At this suggestion the young autocrat turned wrathfully upqn the whole as semblage and stamping his foot dp clared that they must forever renounce such chimerical notions for he would have none of them during his reign In so far as lies in their power the zemstvos have stood between the com mon people and the oppressive agents of the central government During the present reign they have attempted to exercise the punishing power in local offenses but this has been sternly overruled One of the czars advisers declared Questions of the zemstto have no more to do with law courts than questions of family life If a fa they may chastise his son severely without invoking the help of the courts the authorities local provisional and central should be Invested with situ liar power to impr on log and other evise overawe or punish the people In other words every provisional governor and every petty peasant pre feet should exercise the irresponsible and whimsical power of an autocrat without recourse to or regard for law The Liberals of Russia are not bandea against monarchical institutions sIner these are necessary to the working out soP n notional destiny ribr against UiQ ruling dynasty They simply ask that the affairs of the nation be treed from individualsristhe rapacity of a clique and conducted findkinfluence of the imperial court Starvsg Kv says For 20 years 1 suffered agonieS wit asore on my upper lip so painful sometimes that I could not eat After vain y trying everything else I cured it with s Arnica Salve Its AticeDelegate Randall of Wyoming who charged President Mitchell with having sold out the Colorado miners was oxpelledfrom the United Mine Workers To Test flour rEvery housewife knows that some flu1iwillmake good brwhIle other flour will not If you want to find out for yourself whether it isa good bread waYrInwhite with a faint yellow tinge Then take some of it up in your band and press itIt will fall apart loosely not in lumps Rub some ofit between andIdistinguish the different particles Put a little of it between your teethand chew it It will crunch a little and the taste will be sweet and nutty with = out bread goodflourThe above is a simple test that is given in Farmers Bulletin No 112 issued by the Agricultural Department Washington D C It is worth remembering His Life A Sacrifice a t Rams HorniA farmer in North Carolina once horsesintothe stores he was about to enterwhen his horses took fright He sprang in front of them and heroically seized the reins Maddened bystrangenoises the horses dashed down the street the man still clinging to the bridles On they rushed until the horses wild with frenzy rose on their haunches and leaping upon the man all came with crash to the earth When people arrived and rescued the bleeding body of the man and found him in deaths last agony a friend bending tenderly over him asked Why did you sacrifice your life for horses and wagon He gasped with his breath as his spirit wagonThey n straw lay his little boy As they laid the mangled body of our hero in his grave no one saidpThe sacrifice is too great Death In Anderson Anderson News Col John T Roach one of the oldest and most widely known citizens of the county died on Monday night at the residence of his son Mr David MaRoach in this city after a long illness of cancer of the stomach and bowels at the advanced age of seventyeight years Drs John McClennan and Smiley white members of the pension medical CoopercountypMd negro was appointed member eqoeoeOeoeoeoeaeoeOeoeQeQ JOHN Y MAYESV Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer f SPRINGFIELD KENTUGKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Nigh 74i eqQeQeqeneQ Qeoe eQeQeQeQ S it J A SOLDIER OFy- r COMMERCE I tBJOHN ROE GORDON t j CoJlFrightl00 by FIt Toombs- t r K j Unma1finS up the pages for our last issuewe unintentionally printed a part of the fourth chapter of A Soldier of Commerce weekiin order ty CHAPTER IV t JtR HABVtV moss HAS Alf EXPERIENCE Nithe Wharf facing the Kur town of Salain at the Ii fivers mouth a tall good looking young man paced rapidly toj and fro Confounded liars he growled shaking his hand at a disappearing steamboat They told me I would have fouir hours here and I havent been away three Now Id like to Astrakhanbeastly place a week Excellency has something vexed youT asked a man in the dress of a peasant Yes replied the young man In the languageJTised by the other I am an American took passage on that German Jbbat for Astrakhan left As trabad on that boat thinking it would be the quickest to reach the Volga When she touched here too captain told me I could take four hours to see the towiL Ive been only three and they have gone rUb stuck here a week The peksant shrugged his shoulders It amuseh him to see this Intense emo tion over a delay of a mere week But there will be other boats and the Inn qic Borbous is a good oneIHang the inn ot Borbous wn an K stay Jit Ill punch that fellows head If I setAstrakhanIn 4time When does the next boat stop t here 4It is difficult to tell One may come In a week or it may be two weeks Pleasant that muttered theAmer- Ican fancy putting in two weeks amid Excellency you would have time to go to Tiff is to the fair although there are but ai few days more of it ifliS It is the fair at Nijni Novgorod I want to get at Ive got tsome important business there Thenjyou are not a rich gentleman traveling for pleasure Tmnl the devil to that to you But theres no use In my being a savage and Ill ell My business is sell ing American pumps windmills chain pumps it Ive put a lot In some ojj the Persian towns Now I Want to go to Nijni Novgorod and ex hibit there The stuff is all on that boat Oh why did I leave it And not a chance to make a sale in this blamed town either The boats are beginning to Come down the Kur from Tiflis and one may be going to Nijni Novgorod- If there Is one It will take meif I have to shoot my way on board My name Isnt Harvey Irons for nothing Ill show them Ive got an iron cheek Harveyized at that I will watch jfor the boats while you wait said peasant I am waiting for my sons who went to the fair with goods to sell Do they own a boat Yes but it is not much of a boat It could not go to Astrakhan Mr Irons walked up and down the rude wharf smoking furiously His thoughts were Interrupted by the peas ant A Turkish boat is coming down excellency I do not know where it Is going But these boats go anywhere Shall I call them Yes Thats a good sized boat I must get to Astrakhan But it is difficult to talk at that distance If we take one of these little boats and go to meet them it will be betterGood Ill get on board and make them take me to Astrakhan Come on Ill pay you for your work Irons and the man got into a boat and it shot out into the stream How is It that a Turkish boat plies on this sea asked Harvey There are a few only excellency but the OsmanUs are everywlier The o ffere S botTdy on the Black sea Queer that the czar permits the Turks to compete with his own people and I am not supposed to sell wind mills The little father is liberal All may sail upon the sea but they must not commit crimes You mean the slave trade I have heard It was abolished Yes his majesty would not permi- tit Many of the Circassian and Georgian people sold their daughters to be the wives of wealthy Turks Hail that fellow Ayoq shouted thepeasant Stop What do you want came a voice from the vessel Whither are you bound To Astrakhan V Jumping Jehoshaphat t What luck shouted Ir nsGet me quick onbonrdI A passenger for ed the peasant tugging away at the daddies We cannot take passengers MYouve got one anyway answered Harness Andr Saddles Hi i We have just received a large shipment of Saddles and Wagon Ifarness and are prepared 1o quote some interesting prices See us before buying r v i COALlis not generally speaking a luxury but good coal When compared to bad coal is a luxury We handle the luxurious kind Our customers will givetesti jnony to this fact r r The Farmer H- Vill fmd our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc omplete j Old Hickory Studebaker arid Champion Farm Wagons re the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world t t Special Sale on Winter Lap Robes L If you need fencing buy that which has Been proven the best Tin Pee and Elwood Field Fencing z l The Hagan Gasoline EngineI- st noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them Often refuse to budge and that too at a when bid ing- is very necessary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness D McClure Wells S yin field jJ J f J WATCH FOR BARGAINSDuring umns of The Sun for adver r tised bargains and during the year you will save several dol No merchant has ever yet quoted high prices through thecolumns of a newspaper Itis the lowpriced who talks to the people through the newspaper LITTLE DELIGHTS =1 IN THE WAY OF MEATS t At all times you will find in my Meat Market the best of every kind of meat Try some r- Minced Ham Booheless Pig Feet 9Standard Rib Roast Old Ham- Sausage M Stakes etc Telephone me when you want a nice piece of meat and it wll be on your kitchen table in ten minu- tesCARPENTER Irons who could make himself under stood in many eastern languages We have no passenger on the boat came the reply No but you will have one mighty oonsaid Irons Tile little boat was almost directly In the path of the sailing vessel Irons pulled his wallet from his pocket and chose some pieces of gold Pull in front of her make her run usdo yn We shaiTbeTTWflI No we wont be klliVti asIJ r rsay He placed the gold on the bottom of the boat Tie peasant sent the boat under the very bows of the stilling ves sel There was a shout of Allah on board and Irons giving the little boat a kick that sent it out of the way grasped the rugged outlines of the hg urehead and swung himself on board Who are ouThnt do you want demanded the captain- I am Harvey Irons an American who is going to Astrakhan on your ship I want to ascend the Volga to Nun Novgorod Whats your name may l ask I always pas well for services especially when I compel themI am Hassan rani going to Astra ba JYou you were going to Astrakhan It wars a mistake excellency I meant to say the other Why not go Astrakhan Alas n valuable cargo awaits me at Astra bad Howvaluable To the value of a thousand pieces of goldWell you take me to Astrakhan and Ill give you 500 piasters in gold It wont take you long You wont lose that much on your cargo The accursed Giaour muttered Hassan to himself Harvey coolly watched the crew Many tribes and tongues that bordered l- Ola my father Hfmt have they done to him on the Caspian were represented and smile were front distant countries There were about twenty of them a wean and disreputable looking lot I am going to Astrakhan he said to himself even if I take possession af the old tub against the law The Russian government would riot object There isnt a real Russian on board You must leave the vessel said Hassan So I wlllnt Astrakhan answered Harvey Now look here Hassan my friend Its no use I must pet toAs trakhnn because Ive got a lot of valuable stuff there that I must overtake No use jnowllnj youve got to go to Astrakhan or put me on board of a boat that is going there And will you pay me for that Of course Hassan looked at his men then at Harvey Certainly this dog of nn un believer looked as if be could pay well t l t j It would do no harm to let him remain on board After disposing of his concealed passenger be had no objections to making a little store ready money Out upon the Caspian shot the vessel and Ilaiyey watched the lazy methods of the sailors Five good men could have handled the boat in a storm It took all twenty of them to do it in calm water Hassan thought to earn the money by placing Harvey on another boat He stood in the bow and scanned the horizon But all that day he saw none and began to get uneasy It seems he expects a boat to over take him thought Harvey Hassan had been looking ahead for a boat Now he cast his eyes astern He was looking for the Russian gun boat he knew would follow if it were suspected that Ivoura had been taken away in his veatsel All night they sailed but saw nothing In the morning a cry broke from Hassan Just ahead lay a long low hull with sails that seemed capable if properly hiin dIed of producing great speed Ast rn could be seen the black smoke that came from an approaching steamer Hrtssan 1s surprised excited nand afraid said Harvey to himself wohderif Ive got thyself mixed up in a smuggling gate That looks like a Russian gunboat mlng The crew were evidently as excited as Hassan and watched with anxious eyes the gunboat What vessel is that shouted Has san to the boatiahead as they neared each other This is tie oatof our heavenly lord the ameer of Bokhara1 came the answer Hassans vessel was schooner rigged The other was a sort of sloop having a single mast with lateen sail The sloop rounded to and Hassan sh uted I have some news for you Come close The Muscovites are coming Let us be shrewd said the man on the black boat Let not the Muscovite see us togeth rWbat have you Have you seen iMizik Yes It is that for which Mizik went to Tiflis Hurry If the Muscovites catch mo I shall beshotll And what of me asked the other Karakal lanot yet weary of this life tie lateen san was drawn to the wind WtuhVUi Wailk boat shot away Curses upon tiroseco7caEds What Shall I doe sailed Hassan ihriturning in fury u on Harvey he bawled out This Isbecau of you miserable dog of a Giaour If they do not seize me I will kill bout Allah Allah be praised Allah III Allah Mohammed Resoul Ullah aylugjGodbsaid Harvey Youve been up to something mean Ill bet a dollar You have got the most evil face I ever sate on la man I wonder if it is smug gling There was no use trying to get away The slow old tub was no match for the gunboat The hull was growing larger every minute Soon a puff of smoke was seeiuon the gunboats deck a boom was heiraland a shot bounded three times on top of the water ndI sank a few feet Hassans boat By JOycTheyU sink this sulk with me in iti exclaimed Harvey Dont wonder that Hassan Is afraid The entire crew stood with folded arms Their lanxious eyes rested on Hassans face and their expressions were but reflections of his own Has san gave a comdiand and the boat swung round aiid waited A small boat from tup gunboat was soon up close and two officers came aboard You beast exclaimed one What do you mean by sneaking away In tho night Hold on my friend sold Harvey for the oHioer had looked at him while speaking I dont sneak I dont know what you want but you are seri IIhaveAstrakhanAstrakhan But why did you leave Tills In the night Titles I havent been to TIOIs1Thls boat left lulls In the night ihree four nights ago I With that have nothing to tloIJoined the boat at Salain and bargain ed with this man who seems to be in command to take me to Astrakhan or put me aboard a boat that was going there Is that true OsmanlL asked the officer lilt Is true 0 great representative of the greatest ruler on earth except the padlshah Then tell me why you left Tiflis in the night 0 great one I will tell you what happened ltls a strange tale that I con scarcely believe myself Perhaps itis not known to thee 0 great one that I brought a cargo of goods to Tills which I sold to the bazaars I had been waiting for n cargoto take to Astrakhan for there sit valtajiie xiiere a valuable ttIJotor A trabad I dis covered some of the finest linen nnd as I wished to Sail early in the morning I went to the bazaar of Ignntz Biartelkls and told him what 1 had found He and his lovely daughter at once returned with me to the boat I placed some wine before them and went to get some of the linen I was seized and knocked down and some cloth was stuffed in lU mouth I heard the merchant speaking stud also the girl scrim but was bound securely and could not go to the relief of this young lady I did not know what her father was doing burl could hear him speak ing loudly and harshly In the morn Ing two strangers came to me and said they had taken command of my boat They did not permit me to go far from them and Trough me they gave orders to the men We sailed from titUs and at a snub place Just before we reached ti 4 Salain thce men left ti boattthey ordered me to tails the Ira also said f at lAstruklmnoiThey would eton bo go f AstMikh also but I that niethi wrong and refused to tee Iii t Salain this man did cow nil fr ui t wharf esmeon 110nIlt tvj ill of his life and insisted ii ll bel r ried to Astrakhan lie nt ked I lr the young lady and I t ld hin no was about to put them on boo tf tt boat when I saw your iioke 6ud I lieved it was wisest to wait sad t you the truth Is that true CouH you and stand of the qtBcer askec of lit vey That part concerning me is nil u except that I asked for to youg In I have hethllof no you 6 lady sinc came on the boat Where is this young lady asl the jIfg her to OJ said B san He went ii to the cat n and aooij turned with Koura win gave sew of delight wpen she sPr the Rust officer Oh my father St tat hve t done to hlmt That is to be learnt rt IIt way tacked by two men w 10 rem iinec the boat until it nea 7reu bed Caspian What do yn knar al this strange matterISo little We wen see some linen Did you see Hassai ttrucl r I Saw nothing I v a blirlfolc What did your fattr say Nothing Ididndti ar hif spy ruttn I swear by Allah iAnd you my frie ic Win ire j T 1 am an America i if lId k vu there was a young l1 lie in u ble I would have a s s ed tHr la liken game of kldl1It me Never mind wh It it loeU tc you Explain your p tent I am going to Asrakhar I Tint to get to the big trill fit Nvgoi r tc exhibit some windmii And you did not KO to toe b1 fair at Tiflis No I just came rnOl Asl abart How On board a Germ n stew srH I thiiik you are ti Far an rate you are arrested In L e ibo e j the czar j u JVr i charge to you Ire nnsl an Aineritnu cl en On the charge a ucUng oce of his inajeitys subjects = rs ratter will be settled at Tidis Fjllovv wne Heres luckr elplaimrd BiM y Iegottn go to Ti Ifs a pson if and 10000 worth ofj wii dmillr wax tog at Astrakhan 1r CHAPT R V TILE GOVJOINOR OF A nISfA THE GulL HARVEY IRONS OVEJ OLONEL jrajflERT te gov C error of fie prhD a Tiflis sat In his office r his was a portion f the spa meats Aniopen letter lay beside bin cai a table A perplexed look wtsonMsfre He was a cold man mtally hop riurba ble but something in tfc leter had disturbed hUn May the devil tike Ufa Air Arian he sold ts he picket vp th Htti ragain We think he is in Piwfir New YorKi and nov lip turn up vlth bin con founded windmills n Asu nbac What is worse he is goiij to the bi j fair at Nijni Novgorod 9j tin ioc3 he Is enough to turn the Dtirgcrt police upside down UmimbtecMj fit Intends to meet Alma at the fqr as he did last year But thnks t her fathers wisdom I have bcr saf uei where she will hear uo t ore 61 tJHt fellows tine wo fls g lIe tCt Lied a t tliar1 ai orderly came to hint Has a letter Ixeh w lttei or sent from my family ai nrtinentsttLjINoni your etc Honey This any been rtc lvei T None your exe ncy You must be louhly waiihful I have trusted you ih is frr I nil trust you furtliiT loin ndersanJ the cir cumstances do yc notV- I think I unurstan ytnr exco leney There was i had vlcl lll1anj one of those Americans wht Ure tOt nobody There was inriednot only was but in As you ae nwft l and my niece Mile Alto met each other jln St Petersburg vhore the fallow wia selling some mh rable Amrlcan in vention to puny watT with vTnd mills Perhaps the iachlncs were good enough tor11l sobs p let of them But these two frolj msc fill in love when my broths Ge itra Jurnleff had already ipla veil ron having a prince for a soni taw tiutihe young people outwitted biin 1l11 ret at tin big fair at Nljn Novg rod last yerr After that we 8Itl1 Vmerlcan out of Russia telllnr him if be ever rev turned we woull lool upon him aj hiscuUnLrig or have him tmt- That kept Nisi out Excel tncy receivedIheard frogs one f our ecr r agents at Purls that the Ainer eon s now at Astmbad in Persia selling his wares and has said he was nnp to the big fair at Nijni No orod whrh won be tins He is a court hi Is a fool excel lencyYou might have fished your len tence He is n couraTOUt fool But thank heacenI have the roung lady safe here in Tills f he expects to meet her at Novgoroc he will be disappointed 1 trst send u ord at cce to NI1ni NoVROJ5I nn i As rnkhan It may be possible to intercept him on the way t t The ordei y bowea and was dismissed A few minutes later a higher of fleer entered It was Captain Orskoff hI salute you olonel I aiii glal to see yow captain You appear to be happy Has anything new b ei discovered concerning then missing Eiartelkis undo his daughter lOt am gial to say we have recovered Koura We have captured the two who were taking her away They will be brought hers and locked np to await trial I uhen Biartelkls was not reaJy try lug to sell hs daughter We cann it make head or tail of itKoura knows little but believes In her fathers inn ceuce Surely he did not necdvthe money Moreover he cannot be found Is that rascally Turk Hafiz Effendi in the city Yes I have placed him under ar restIf It was a slave selling affair Hafis had a finger In it He Is a shrewd ras cal But who was It you captured and where Lieutenant Thokt with the gunboat stationed near the Kur ran down a XlcCJ uill kill her between them Turkish craft and boarded it The captains name is Hassan He was undoubtedly trying to get the poor girl on board a strange craft a black hull I thing she belongs to the ameer of Bo kharaSo you found the girl on board the TurkYes and also an American who I any io had a hand in them affair What hisni Ptive was whether he was trying to Jethothoff to marry her or was a ting as an a5t for the ameer Idont know But a was ar rested and brought here Yon wh see him soon t What name did he gieT fIe gave the name I believe Irons Said he was going to Nun Novgorod to sell puraps land windmills Colonel Jurnleff nearly fell off his chair H stared at Orskoff till that officer thought the governor of the prison was daft Do yor know him Did the lieu tenant do wrcmg Do I know him Now we have him In our bnudsiwewll1 finish him Dcj I know hlme have watched him for a year l tt he Is like a rat So he was stealing RIartelkis and his daughter- I dont say he was stealing BlarteJ kis B e sin find no trace of him Call tht orderly iThe ord ray tame In again and sa luted t Alexander that man of whom we spoke Is under arrest He was not content with following one of the most beautiful of Russian girls but It was he who abducted the daughter of Biar telkisHas she been foundIt asked the orderly forgetting his manners in his Intense Interest Yes thank God But her father Is yet missing We shall know more after we have heard them all You under stand you duties I charge you to be shrewd and faithful Go The orderly Alexander Borge walked through the corridors of the prison with lagging steps An officer passed him ily captain I am not well he said iMny I be relieved for an hour The captain nodded and walked on Into the office Alexander hurried to another portion of the prison where there wen rooms luxuriously fitted up He knocked cautiously at one giving a certain signal A young Russian girl opened the door- Alexander You not on duty What has happened I got relieved for an hour to tell you something for Mlle Alma ugulckl1n lurejShe usleted a riot t age closet and listened breathless WithIa American whom we could not trace was in A trabad Persia He was to go from there to Nijni Novgorod to meet Mile Alma as last year Later I learned t at he is under arrest for takL ins away Tours Blartelkis It is ii ipossible He has not been fur TiOlsuIknobut that Is the charms Ht was on the boat that took her away Would you tell Mlle Alma Yes Ttalnly I mint tell her ev I believe this Is a falser IerrthlnJ up to put the ArnericaVta prison PerbajX But I must be off Iw watch I ftill retulI If anything new In another suit of apartments a lov ly young girl with pale face and Ion r lug eves nat listlessly booking from CONTINUED ON EIGHTRPAGE jj s w i A Soldier Of Commerce CONTINUED FROM SEVENTH PAGE a window The girl whom Borge had ust left entered aMarie what is the excitement in the streets asks Mile Alma Some thiig unusual even for fair time has happened One girl one of the few friends I have madeI have always me her when making purchases at i her f thers bazaar Is already missing I hbpe the Turks have not a way to outwit the law Fonra Biartelkis is found mademoi Belle Then that must be the cause of the excitement Oh when will this cruel xUe come to an end Marie suppose Alexander should be sent away where you could never see him j should cry mademoiselle Cry Tears alone will not unite lovers If they would I could shed rivers It must be grand to live where love Is not a thing for prison walls But are not a prisoner made moiselleAm not I have the privilege of xlriylng out In my uncles carriage But am I not watched constantly Is not uncle forever giving orders that no letters shall be allowed to reach me Could I send a letter even if I knew whrehhRasWith of sorrow Marie fell at the1 feet of her mistress Oh mademoiselle I have such bad ne rg for you I would not tell but 1 kiUw you wish to hear alL He is here You mean M Irons here 1n JJeires mademoiselle and will soon be this very prison Almas lingers clutched at herbosom and she half rose from her chair but Swaying fell back you have water mademoi MIterNoI want news How where did they take him Is Ittrue Did Alex youdes he was on the same boat They say be was taking away KOura BiartelMs- j do not believe It No 1 know he levies me It was not M Irons Perhaps not mademoiselle But we shtfll soon know fres but my heart will break with apprehension If they have taken him after warning him to keep out of R uytirlngme Marie Goo Srave faithful girl Aid A1r too What would I do helphlmJif14n1 cruelty She broke down under the strain and slipped to the floor Resting her arms on her chair and burying her face In them she burst Into spasmodic sobs They will kill her between them muttered the maid i TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK kMAUD Misses Zeddie Andrews and Stella Wakefield spent Saturday with Misses Anna Jones and Flora Stallard Miss Halfie Huston who has been visiting relatives near Springfield has rturnedjshome daughtersMesdames Dr Shehan and 1 N Arnold spent Friday with the family of JiL Royalty Miss LY dia Huston has returned frpm pleasant yisit to fend31n Louisville Miss Evalyn Royalty spent Sunday With Miss Nancy Shehan Robert Shehan is visiting his uncle Hal Shehan Miss Louise Settle is visiting in Bardstown Earl Arnold is on the sick list Mrs E E WakefieW and daughter Miss Stella spent Thursday aflhe home StringtownSDr spent MtstStellaMrs Martha Wakefield and son viSit- ed here Sunday Miss Bessie Settle has returned to Louisville l Quite a large crowd was at Camp Ground church Sunday to hear Rev Hobbs J Jetson Lydanne has moved to his farm near Mooresville which he re ently purchased Mrs Josie Settle was in town Satur day Charles Brown and family and Mrs Sarah Greer spent Sunday at the hom of D H Huston Mrs JM Batterton was in town calling Saturday afternoon Mrs Sallie Bodine and daughters spent Sunday at the home of It M Arnold J 7 Mesdames Katie Shewmaker and ra Crume were the guestsof The wig 3Jid family near Fairfield on day last week Mrs Emma Shindler who has bee quite sick is convalescent Chester Cecil andiss Myrtle Croake- tVere guests of friends here Sunday Willie Wakefieldwas in town Sunday Afternoon Henry Royalty returned to school Monday JMisses Zeddie and Nellie Andrews J ljl r spent Saturday and Sunday at Duncan Hall Dr Shehan was called to Polin last Friday to attend Mrs Ben Washburn who had the misfortune to fall and fracture her arm She Js seventysix years of age and because of this fact her condition is serious Some one has said that country peo pIe are urban but city people in the country are often not even urbane HILLSBORO Mrs Annie Godby and children are very sick with diptheria John Armstrong is in Louisville sell ing tobacco Most all the farmers around here are through stripping tobacco and will soon be ready to deliver Mrs Rena Gillispie of Arkansas is spending a few weeks with her father F M Shewmaker and other relatives of this place Ernest Shewmaker and Misses Maud and Eva Inman were in the Fenwick neighborhood Sunday evening Mrs Bertha Miller and Oph Settles are on the sick list Mrs John Armstrong was in Willis burg one day lastweek Several from this place attended court Monday Mitt and Harvey Leachman of Lit sey were in this neighborhood Sunday John Armstrong received several loads of tobacco last week Felix Noel was in Springfield Saturday Will Spar has moved intojthe old toll gate house- Sam Montgomery and Merritt Seay traded horses one day last week James Coulter delivered ins tobacco to the American Tobacco Co last week Misses Maud and Eva Jnman visited the Misses Montgomery Monday evening I havent heard anything from The Owl for some time I think if he would come up in this neighborhood he might see something these dark nights There are plenty of hollow trees around and perhaps he wouldnt get hurt like he did iit the Grove neighborhood- The roads are getting in a badshape on account of so much tobacco hauling and other travel itthink we need a rock crusher 01 somethingfi nat kind to improve tbjj jtJaos and get themup in trayrfmg shape rREDERICKSTOWN rThomas Fv McIntire who has been critically ill is still in ai precarious con dition Lucien Porter and wife are at home to theirmany friends of this place Misses Croake and Messrs Cecil and Mudd spent last Sunday evening with the family of DE L Mclntire Mrs E M Ballard of McIntire spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Hugh Auberry Watt Wheatly spent Sunday with his parents here John Hinton and wife spent Sunday with the latters parents near McIntire Mrs Logan Cecil was called to St Joseph Mo by the serious illness of her father Misses Martha and Thelma McIntire spent last week with their grandparents Mr and Mrs John A Tucker Miss Grace Sisco of Bardstown is visiting her aunt Mrs M L Connor Mrs MLConnor who has bSqi ajFMrslast Sunday Pronunciation 1IThe following rather curious piece of composition was placed upon the blackboard at a certain teachers Institute and a prize of a dictionary offered to any person who could rend it and pronoun e etery word correctly The book was not carried off as twelve was the lowest number of anifetakes in pronun elation made t A sacrilegious son bf Bellaf who has aufferea from bronchitis baying exhausted Als finances iin order to make good the deficit resoTved to ally him self to a comely lenient and docile young lady of the Malay or Caucasian race He accordingly purchased a calli ope and coral ucckluce of a chameleon hue and securing a suit of rooms at a principal hotel he Guessed the head waiter as his coadjutor He then dis patched a letter of the most unexceptional caligraphy extant inviting the young lady to a matinee She revolted at the plea refused to consider herself sacrificable to his desires and sent u polite note of refusal on receiving which heprocured acnrbine and bowie knife said that he would not now queeneand went to an isolated spot severed his Jugular vein and discharged the contents of the carbine Into his abdomen The debris was removed by the coroner The mistakes In pronunciation were made on the following words Sacri legious Belial bronchitis exhausted finances deficit comely lenient docile coedjutor caligraphy matinee sacriflca jugunr The doors of the Citizens Bank of Jennings La have been closed Tile Governor has appointed Edward C Walker Police Judge of Henderson Ky to succeed the lateThomas J Mc Hugh t I t t P LAND STOCK I LAiG LDuring the year 1904 there were mar keted at the Chicago Stock Yards the following cattle 3259185 head valued at S149J92290 Calves 267499 head valued at 2574677 Hogs 7238746 head valued at 79028208 Sheep 4504630 head valued at 11842831 Horses 105949 head valued at 14503115 Tatal 15 67009 8284121C7 The above made 286873 carloads This is a decrease of about 5 per cent as compared with 1903 due to the great Stock Yards strike of last year Prices for prime native steers in January at 455590 July 540650 October 510730 December 440- 1450the latter for choice Christmas beeves At a sale made of the steers shown at the International Live Stock Exposition in December the following prices were paid For Angus steers 825 Herefords 722 Shorthorns 740 At Chas M Crowdus sale of per sonality last Thursday hordes brought from 77 to 195 per head cows from 2750 to 38 heifers from 19 to 21 calves 12 per head thirteen 60 pound shoats at 2 80 per head two sows and pigs 9 and 12 oats 45c and 46c per bushel corn 50c per bushel in crib Farming implements brought fairly good prices The day was cold and dis agreeable but a good crowd was on hand Lebanon Enterprise Bell Simms of this place have shipped to Atlanta Ga during the past few weeks over 400 mules The mules were bought in this and surrounding counties and were exceptionally fine animals suited in every way for the Southern market Notwithstanding this Mr Sinesays that the firm lost about 900 on the mules He attributes the drop in the market to the slump in cotton r tHERS CREEK ITEMS Winter wheat in the Prathers Creek section is reported to be looking very badly Considerable wheat ground will be replowed and put in oats while some of it will be planted in corn 1 Bud Crawford colored sold some forty pound shoats to Sherman Patter son of Mercer county at 150 per head Stock hogs are very scarce in this section and of course there is con siderable demand for them Mr Vallas Pinkston Mt Zion delivered his tobacco at 12J cents to Hun ter Bush last week Mr William Russell bought through McElroy Whorton the farm of John E Pirtle of near Texas Price 6000 cash i Col R E Whayne reports the following sales for last Monday One cow calfi12550 one plug horse 1325 one weanling horse colt 24 two heifer calves 12 per head one dry cow 1825 one horse 50 one buggy 21 set of harness 650 lone RoBards sold a very fine mare to Father Hennesey last week Lawson Bros of Shelby county have just sold to Gentry Bros of Lexington Ky eighty cotton mules for 9700 It is one of the largest and best sales of males made in that county in recent years The Best For 1905rr Mark It Do- wnHERrLEINS I I Is the pace to buy the best The Best fresh fruits The Best confections in fact The Best of everything in the confectionery line J When you are in town and want a good wholesome lunch or meal we will serve you the bestat a small price CONRAD HERTLEIM t Springfield Kentucky FOR RENTTwo rooms on sec and floor of Peoples Deposit Bank Building fire rFurnished t t I I Try 12 3Thats Charm i Try one of Lakes Cigars then try another and when Ee you try the third one you will be charmed 1 Three Smokes CustomerITHE McCHORD IS A GOOD ONE PEZZO IS No I AND SO IS LAKES No 1 Ii Publipae LI will offer for sale on the L F Clem ents farm 5 mile from Springfield on Bardstown and S on Wednesdatfebruary1 the following pro erty One fiveyearod farm and brood mare in foal by Sack one eightyear old combined m re in foal by jack one twelveyeatoIdfarm and brood mare one weanling mare colt one good much cowl andcalflssOW and six about 350 bushels of oats about 1500 bundles of oats eight tons baled timothy hay two clover hay 100 shocks of fodder one buggy and harness one good farm wagon one good Champion Binder Harrow Hay Rake Cultivator Wheat Drill and other farming implements TERMS All sums urdel IdTcash all sumsj MR1g Over a credit of twelve S ic s willbe given interest with approved security before removal of property BEN D CLEMENTS Congressman Smith Honored CourierJournal Representative Smith of the Fourth Kentucky district is receiving congrat ulations over his selection by the Speaker as one of the House managers against Swayne Only three Democrats were appointed Mr Smith being one of them MARKETS e r lire Stock Market Springfield Market 7 Babon Hams 15c Sides 13c Bewwux lc per pound Batter 12c to 18c per pound ChickensHens 6Hc Spring 8c to lOc Dried apples 5c per pound Dncks 8c per pound corn aeal75c per bushel EffKSSSc per dozen Feathers46cperpound Flour332Otog3OO r Glnsengi50peJ pound Grain Wheat L15 corn 50c Oats 4to Hides Green cto Lard lOc per pound Llme 90c to Slob per barrel MiIl productsBran and ahipstoff 120 per 100 pounds Potatoes Country 03c to o- cOnions100 Salt3145 and S185 per barrel Turkeys lie per pound Tallow 5c per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Bnrry and greasy 14Kc clear of grease 20e tub washed 2tfc Country SrlChum4ilO to Geeso 500 per dozen Onion SeU SkSQi CATTLE choice to prime shipping 8teowii4 23 to 76 Jledium to Rood shipping steers j4 oo to 4 35 choice 1mtciier steers 3 75 to 26 Medium to goal butchers 3 to3 76 common to jnedlum butchers2 50 to 3 26 canners m 76tol 75 Good to choice feeders 3 25tb4 00 commmon to medium feoders 2 26 to 2 50 Good to extra stock steers 2 7flto3 50 common to medium stock steers 00 to 2 75 oood to choice stock heifers 200 to 50 common to medium stock heifers150 to 2 plain light mixed stockers2 00 to 2 60 oood to choice bologna bulls 2 50 to 300- Medium to good bulls 2 00 toy 75 choice veal calves 500to6oo common to medium calves 00 t05 oo choice to fancy milch cowsa5 00 to 40 oo Medium to good mUch cowss 20 00 to 30 00 plain common mulch cows 15 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice pack butch Zoo to 3oo lbs 480 Medium packers ICo to Zoo lbs 80 choice lightship 12o to 16o Ibs 485 choice pigs 9otol2o Ibs 440 Good pigs 80 to loo Ibs 4 26 Light pigs 5o to 9o Ibs li 0o to lo Roughs 15o to 5oo llltu 3 70 to 42d SHEEP AND LAMBS GOod to extra shipping sheep a 3 50 to 60 rairtogood no to3 5o common to medium j 5oto25o Bucks 2ooto3oo extra shipping lambs 6 0o to 0 5o Best butcher lambs 450 to 650 Fair togood butcher lambs oo to 4 5o common tailend lambs 3 5o to 4 oo A B Loutzenheisor paying teller of the First National Bank of Duluth Minn is charged with the thFftof10 000 s L and N Railroad Time Table Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield 825 p m 1240 p m 645 p m Arrives at Bardstown 735 1100 a m 552 U Arrives at Bardstown Junct n 650 930 50261 Leaves Louisville 600u 730 41061 Outgoing Trains ISUnYOnlylNo 1Daily Leaves Springfield 530 a m 715 a m 120 p Leaves BardstownL 617 800u 220u 400pmArrives = Je tirSir Wilfrid Lander The result of the parliamentary elec tions In Canada was a triumph for the Liberals resulting in the return to power of Sir Wilfrid Lau r j rler as premier Sir Wilfrid was born d near Quebec in 1841 tiof French Canadian xs parentage and edu J Gated for the bar In 2 1874 he entered par 1 s llament and his7 powers as a speaker soon attracted atten tion He was in the cabinet of the late Sir Alexander McKenzie When the Liberals came into power In 1S90 he became premier for the first time The Triumphant Spider A little garter snake about five inches long went to sleep In wheelwright shop and a big black spider spun a web around the reptile When the lit tie snake awoke it was literally in the toils and began to struggle It finally managed to free its body but not its head Meanwhile the spider was In dustriously spinning fresh threads stopping occasionally to give the snake a bite Then the real fight commenced and lasted for an hour The snare c old not get away but it tried Its best t bite the spider without avail Weakened by Its futile efforts and the sue cessive stings of the insect It gradual ly ceased to struggle and finally died Then the spider presumably triumph ant disappeared under the wall The Battered Side A woman who is a close observer of children was out walking In the coun t one day she relates when she saw a little girl with solemn big blue eyes sitting on a doorstep munching a huge- s Ice of bread and butter The only peculiarity about the operation was tat she was holding the buttered side- o the bread toward the ground Why do you hold your bread and b tter that way asked the lady Tnuse whispered the little maiden confidentially mamma says bwead a ways falls butter side down so if yi u holdit butter side down to start Wlf and then droop it why of course it falls butter side IPaid Her Back j Gracious my dear said the first s lety belle spitefully I trust youre not ill You look so much older tonight Do I dear the other replIediiBweet ly I feel quite well And youhow ondertuy improved you are You look positively young A Subtle DUtlactlea Did the critics like your performance of Hamlet The critics answered Mr Storm lugton Barnes liked it But a large number of persons who assume to be critics did not Washington Star Nothing more completely baffles one who Is full of trick and duplicity than straightforward and simple Integrity in another Colton The pioneer work of the Alaskan tel egraph system recently completed won begun in 1SG5 before the Atlantic cable was laid The projectors aimed to connect the new and old world by the Bering strait route Cyrus Fields great achievement In 1808 dashed this enterprise to the ground The new sys tem Is entirely on United States terri tory and comprises 2127 miles of ca ble 1504 miles of land lines and 107 miles of wireless system u INo Suny only No 90 Daily No 41 Daily No 44 m up SWSSIIIEMS FREE CHiHN Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadvertisements wantedLandserted in another departmant of the paper atvery low rates H R Thompson Springfield has for sale 12 yearling mules wm sell in pairs or as a whole 0 H Lloyd Parrott near Springfield has handshightween 800 and 900 pounds 11 fW A Clements Springfield R FD No lr has for sale 100 bushels of orchard grass seed 11 T D and James McCullum Loretto Marion county have for sale one threehorse also one threeyearold jack Both broke ready for service 11 Fleece Bosley Lebanon Ky R F D No or sale a lot of work mules also a quantity of baled haY11 T Scott Ma es Springfield has for sale a thoroughbred Hereford Bull one year old 11 James Moran R F D No1 has for sale a few shocks of sorghum and 3500 bundles of oats He wantsto buy 100 good shocks of fodder 10 L M Gregory Springfield R F Do No3 has for sale three good work mules one good farm mare and two good work horses DNo3 cowIharness and one fine fiveyearold jack 10i J T Sutherland Willisburg hSforsale a good fiveyearold horse Will workanywhere Gentle Vy ofchathrough the Mayors office O- URMEAT+ + MARKET Gives the housekeeper an oppor tunity to get the very best fresh meats at all times OUR REPUTATION IS A- TStakeYOU KNOW We will appreciate your trade and appreciate IEEYES WANTEI timesforofbuslDess Fs T COX CO Springfiel Ky Dr Arthur QJLekry committed sui hurlthrou8h 7