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Digital page images are linked to the text file. y i f i 7i r t + 7I rPery r iir J t- f t t mbc pri g itlb un1DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t 11 ly uEL 0 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY I SOS NUMIEIM r JleoJOCOIIII QJo II Q Q Qo Qa a o a a QaaIIQQIQIIII If Anxious Moments In the Life and Career of S B Thompson 1 Jt Sweet Anticipation the Song of the Soul Singing the bitter of life away 1 n n fi1 A rest on the homestretch Puzzle Find six rabbits and two dozen birds 3 nThe above photographs were made by E A Cox Sprtagfield The scene is the old Palmer farm 1 i IIIIIIIIIIII IO Ip IIII IbI aa IJ It AMOUNT RAISEDIAr y TheT Tobacco Growers COmPfW i r hmrBy Capitalists With Some To Sparex f At230 this afternoon The Sun received a telephone message from W B Hawkins of Lexington president of tha Burley Tqbacco Growers Associa Lion si ituig that every pound of the ten million pounds of tobacco to be Taised bythtcompany has been secured r and that he Ibelieves that a great deal more than thuamount has been pledged the coropany Anyhow the required Amount has Seen secured and Mr Hawkins sags that the matter is now in the handS of he New York financiers He also stabs that t2oc1ock this afternoon he reivef ja telegram from the II i tee of the Burley Growers Comy who are now in New York conferrig with the capitalists Relative to tam unt of tobacco secured and that Ith embers t arJnonnged the Growers Company will begin ceiving tobacco at once From Mondays CourierJournal Lexington Ky Jan 29W Hawkins president of the Kentucky Burley Tobacco Growers Association was asked tonight regarding the t r cress being made by the company t r wards raising the required 1000000 r pounds as required by the capitalis who propose to finance the concern Besaid From assurances I have receive feel positive that we have now the quired amount already signed I heard unofficially of a great m 1 large contracts made during the week and expert that by the middle the week to have these contracts in office A great amounthas been signed- in Mason and Owen counties and Brown county 0 during the weekWhen asked regarding the prep tion made for handling the crop 15Hawkins said We have already secured oUr graders and have options every county seat on buildings for receiving of crops as brought in by growers and it will mJYgea L of a few days after thejinancial shave been arranged till the tobacco t be delivered Notice To Teachers I Tile last payment for teachers for the year 190400 will be due tpe second Saturday in February The law re quires the teacher to file all the month ly reports teachers term report and trusteesannuahreportrwriththeGoaniy P erintendent before the last payrrient A can be made There are a few monthly reports long past due They should be filed at once The teacher should assist the trustee in making his r portulaI as there are items in it that he has no aV tereYwaers term report All reports should be past filed in full and all the totals balanced It is impossible for the County Superin votes tenlent to make a correct State many unless the teachers and truste sfurnishThe him with full and correct data Do not wait until payday to bring in yourthe report as they cannot be examined and corrected on that day If any teacher or trustee does not understand making his report the County Superintendent will cheerfully render any assistance Miss necessary Miss Miss Unlucky Rabbits res Miss Miss Messrs Fred Hagan and Evan RogersMis whiled a few ours Tuesday morning in being boys again They wept rab bit huntingj ist like the used to way back yonder ii the sixties The dead JJls 15 tenthe wounded is an un MISWbitas are admireof swift things The W reju t was an enjoyable one and no E 4h1 ubt carried Mr Hagan and Mr Kog H emTrT Robt Sam B ath dt Mrs McWhorterFte orMr f C McWhorter received a tele each YSan n his test immediatelyleftMcWhorter wafc cken with paralysis thed the case was a hr at about 11 have oclock yesterdayiris The de Missnycesed womaht and was a most excellentpast mg a consist of mt member the Besides Mr McWhortechurch o IS con netted pith the in Mills here she leavesRoller wife e 0 er children whopast tofall in mourning Interment occurred at CamplX and livMrA andin the Messrs J W Reidel IidJ B K the ertson returned today from a matter weeks hunt in the vicinity of Wess Inone 3001canmost enloyable time was spent x MUCH L INTEREST Manifested In 1ie Popularity Con eat 1ndMatbns Ulnt Lively Finish OJ Notwithstanding that The Suns p Contest has had only one weeks or notice considerable in st has been manifested during the few days As will be seen from- the following list quite a number of have been recorded while who have become subscribers of Sun since the last issue have re quested that a little time be allowed to study on the matter before followingIIMost Popular Young Lady Robbie Simmsj 153 Lydia McElroy 101 Lizzie Waters 100 Lula Merritt 100 Fanny McElroy 51 Nettie Elder i 50 s Bettie Hinton 50 Most Popular Teacher r MissEl Shaunty H 102 Emma Nunan tJ0 Stella Virgin 50 Annie May Osborne 50 Kate Hayes 50 Prattlers 60 Stallings 50 f Most Farmer SGibbsLM 200 S l 150 R Thompsonh 50 McIlvoy L 50 J Trent 50 Nalley w 50 Bbsley 50 Clip out the errEverycoupon counts f r one vote of the contestants The date of the closing of the con willbe announced later See ad vertisement forparticular- sMarred At Howardstown Mr J B Carrico of this pla and Alma Bell of Howardstown were married in St Anns Catholic church at Howardstown Monday Rev Father Reinhart officiating Mr Carrico is a resident of Springfield and he and his will reside in the pottage of Father near the Graded School building The groom is a son of Mr Mrs J E Carrico who formerly ed here but who are now residents Howardstown and is an energetic prosperous young business man tIrstof the prettiest and most popular ng ladies of that section and pos ed many friends and admirers ratulations are exten ed to Mra rs Carrico HORSES POISONED tlenry Lawrence Lost a Fine Ani jrmal Last Thursday Two More iRoisoned But yill Recover f On last Thursday morning when Mr enry Lawrence of Mackvjl1eI entto his barn to feed he found one of his horses dead and two more in a dying condition An in vestigation disclosed the fact that they had been beingfoundWork on the part of a physician the two horses were relieve of the deadly dose and while they were left in a7j thetpoison it is thought that both will recover A day or two lafter this Mr Lawrence went out into his pasture and Sounds fine heifer dead and it is pre I med that she too died from the effects of a dose of poison if We are informed that Mr Lawrence has a pretty good idea who the guilty t party is and an arrest may follow soon It is to be hoped that the guilty icqundrel will be Put him in the cluthes of the lawaqaa jury of- twelve men will see that he is housed in a place where it will be impossible pprhim to distribute poison in horse Itroughs Win Ask For Troops Lexington Ky Jan 3LUnlesst- he Cpnrt of Appeals should grant the Hargises a temporary writ I shall ask Gov Beckham for troops to support an officer we will send to Jackson to serve the bench warrants of the Fayette rircuitCouttLsaidCo J RAl1n Commonwealths Attorney here this morning irf answer to the question as to the position of the court in the mat ter of the resistance of the Hargises and Callahan to the Fayette Circuit Courts indictments WILLISBURG j We are having lots of winter weather Mr G W Sutherland who died near Chaplin last week was buried in the Fairview cemetery here John Catlett of near Cardwell who has been an invalid for several years beamesuddenly insane last week and tried to kill his family He was taken to Springfield for safekeeping He is a brother to Mr George Catlett the Jailer of Washington county The family has our heartfelt sympathy in their trouble C R Cheathamis no better and Dr McChord of Lebanon has been called to see him Dr W W Hyatt has gone to Leba non on business Turnes Scruggs is no better ws Brawley and Mrs C C Pinks tl ton are on the sick list Miss Myrtle Sutherland was the pleasant guest of Miss Blanche Shirley last Friday Mrs Will Simms was the guest Qf Mrs Sue Merritt last Monday- E D Sutherland who is in business at Harrodsburg spent a few days last week with his family here Everett Keeling our R F D carrier was in Springfield last Saturday on business Mrs Richard Pinkston was the guest of her father John Grider last Monday Jim Mcllvoy has returned from Law renceburg where he has been on busi ness Fred Hughes has rented his farm to Jim Harlow Mr Hughes and family will start for Illinois in the near future where they expect to make their home Theyoung people of Brooksville gave ah oyster supper Saturday night for the benefit of the Glens Creek church Misses Madge and Nora Cheatham and Artie Suttonof Brooksville were in our midst Monday Mrs Lafe Harlow visited her mother Mrs Len Riley at Mackville last week Misses Lula Merritt Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley and Mrs Nora Foster attended church at Tatham Springs Sunday T J Miller Co are talking of ad ding a power house to their mill to make electric lights for the town and anice factory also They have power with their machinery including fortyi horse power engine to do this Wei hope their work will be a success as willbuildup our little town very much 1 f o Z = IMCO The Board of Supervisors t The Board of Supervisors met in the Court House here last Thursday Friday and Saturday to hear complaints from property owners with reference to the increases placed upon their property at a meeting ofJihe Board a few weeks ago Only a few persons appeared which may be an indication that the property owners of Washington county feel that their lands real estate etc are worth the money The increases amount to about 200000 making the total amount of taxable property for Washington county about three and a half million dollars Will Spend oneyl11OOI1 Louisville Times It leaked out in Jeffersonville that Miss Lola Swartz who his been an operator at the telephone exchange and Claud Hendron a clerk in one of the Louisville and Nashville railrqad offices has been secretly married by Dr W H Sheets After the wedding Mr and Mrs Hendron went to Louisville and attended the theater Returning to Jeffersonville Mrs Hendron went to the home of her mother Mrs Frank Swartz and Hendron left his bride at the door to go to his home Sunday they announced to their relatives that the marriage had taken place and they have gone to Springfield Ky on a bridal trip Will Respond to Toast Hon C C McChord will leave Thurs day morning for Winchester where he has been invited to attend a banquet to be given Thursday evening by the Winchester Commercial Club Mr Mc Chord will deliver a speech at the ban quet the committee on invitation hav ing notified him that he is expected to talk of Our Railroads They could not have given him A subject with which he is more familiar It goes without saying that those who attend the banquet will learn something about railroading Married Today At Noon s Mr Charles L Lay of Bloomfield and Miss Maud Adams of Fenwlck this couhty were married today at high noon at the Methodist parsonage Rev Hoskinson officiating The groom is a prominent farmer of the Bloomfield section while his bride is one of the best known and lovable young ladies of the Fenwick section Friends extend wishes for many years of happiness Marriage at Bardstown From Tuesdays Times Miss Mary Muir of Bardstown and Mr Robert J Hagan of this city will be married at high noon tomorrow The ceremony will take place at the Cathedral at Bardstown and will be per formed by the Rev Father OConnelL Notice The undersigned will greatly appre + any information concerning the arm uts of a of the Knights em bgiliaofthelate Dr H H Hol T S MAYES Springfield Ky J I 8 pagest 71 III It OGEESHenry declaresHiasideDied In Missouri Mrs AC McElroy receiveda telegram last Saturday announcing th t death of her brother Dr E P krill in Howell county Mo he having died on the above date and his body was buried at West Springs Mo the following day The announcement of DC Irvins death was quite a severe shock for Mrs McElroy he bfing the youngest and only one of her brothers SIte was one of a family of fifteen children and the passing away of the brother ill Missouri leaves Mrs McElroy the only surviving member Her friends here and elsewhere will be sorry to team of her bereavement and extend to hot sinceresympathy jT Notice Doctors It is earnestly requested that every physician in Washington county meet next Wednesday Feb 8 army office for the purpose of reorganizing the society and electing a President to suc ceed the late Dr D O Polin Now this is very important and every doctor in the county should be here pmI LAMPTONSec Enterprise for WINisbtxs Our Willlsburg correspondent says that an effort is on foot hi that town to put in an electric light and ice plant r T J Miller Co millers at WiDisburj are contemplating putting in af power plant attheir mill for the purpose of furnishing the town with electric lights and if this is done the company will also manufacture ice MOORESVILLE Winter is still with us Mrs Minnie Mayfield went to Leba non last week to undergo a surgical operation She is doing well at present It is with regret we chronicle the death of our teemed friend Jetaoa Lydanne wMarted this life Jwu 28 1905 His death was caused from the effects of ai attack of typhoid fever contracted s t fall and from which he never entirely recovered He leaves a wife mother nther sisters and a host of friends to mourn his untimely death He was in his twenty fifth year His remains were interred the following day in Mt Zion cemetery after appropriate services by Rev Pinkston went to Louisville Saturday on business The stock pen at Booker has been rebuilt W 0 Ellis was over in Nelson county near Woodlawn last Friday in the interest of his nursery business He reports trade very good Mrs J M Wall and daughter Lelia were in Springfield last Saturday Mrs Ida Pile has pneumonia Jeff Smith has recovered from a severe attack of grip- Letter ListA List of letters remaining uncalled for in Springfield Post Office for w ek ending February 1 1905 G Engel Claude Green C P Rose Lee Spalding Miss Littursumners 2Tom Suan ae W A JfAum PM 6x 7 1 4J r is 4 r f ii 0 1 t JO jC RLao6 8 THOMPSONi g 0 tnrtllww c TLIVERI FEED AND SALE STABLE 8 Springfield Ky 0- i8 Nice Outfits For Traveling Then 8II Pnoan 18t 020 beito prDrPracticalof Dentist the SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY a Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber peTDr tiJ11faRESIDENT Teeth Extracted With in out Pain t CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First W class Springfield Ky as pffieeiiHaRon Block up stairs Dr t J H LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House fiatiT SCOTT MAYES i II ATTYATLAV Springfield Ky Wil btice in the courts of ndadjdimnp counties in the Court of Ap and Federal Oourt8 r C C McCHORD ATTYATLW SpringfieldgK 1Will practice Jn all Stateand FederarpQurts JW D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW j Springfield Ky l will practice in the courts of Washington and in the courts of Ap t t ATTYATLAW E SELECMANtiY 1 I Springfield 1Yit r Will prac1kein the courts of Vahingt6n ud conntiesapd in court r rPJ1st aCil HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield KentuckV Phone l8 I J1 4Weca k a full tine of Burial RobesandGaskets 1 xKWe are Fully Equipped It wall be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness iiai3 a3t nU D13 a D i DIRECTORY Circuit Court L H Tburman SurinRflold Kj udge R L Durham Greeru bulK Kyi Com Atty F 3LCam bell clerk Geo Cat lett jailer 3L G Leachmnn Master Commis Moner Byron Croake SheriffDeputies E L 31asterar SuarpsviSe Sidney Osx rnei SprinR field Richard Isham 2Incville R H 3Inlli jpan Trustee Jury Fund Court l erfas Foitrth day inFebrnarv ilay and October County ConnBL Lit er W F Booker County Clerk TSMas County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court begins third Monday In eachItmonth Court of Claims Meets at Spring fold StasTuesday in October and April County TreasurerRoot Other County OfficialsJas F veyor Assessor Jas L ROjllty T pljBrian- dePltT Suptof SchootsJ Vf Bush Coroner 331 Montgomery r i Hoskin3iastor unl days in each month at a m and 710 m Sunday School every Sunday at 10a in Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CHURCH Bev P F Hennessy Pastor Services every Sunday at 8 and 3 o clock a m Services at St Rose tuinje hours iCHKjBTUisCnrncn Rev Felix Pastor easPnrsBrrEKiAX CHTBCH Rev T D Latirn- pastor Preaching every Sunday at fta m 8un School cr Sun lay at- m Prayermeetingevery Tbur8 even 7 siBAPTIST Curncn Rev Wm Hariion Wil llamsPartor Preaching every Sunday at- tna and 7 p m Sunday every Sun day atDa m Praver meeting every Wed esday evening at 8 o clock Ma tratesDisNo1 Tau L M u Ne H Gorden Q R D Riles Ja i DiTine 5oliT R Maya o 61Jno PjOlland ITlSecfttSooletleslasonlrSprlnlPletd E Mays Secretary Meetings uighte and Jll11rd Monday nights In each month- First i Leslie Taylor of Osceola Iowa died from overexcitement during a game chess a EAL CHURCH Declares Hancock Circuit Court Close Communion a Fundamental Doctrine of Baptist Owensboro Ky Jan 23 Thirteen embers of the United Baptist church Hawesville constituting less than per cent of the membership have en declared by the Hancock Circuit Court to constitute the real church and be rightful owners of the church operty to the exclusion jofj the re 80 per cent of member on the ground that the majority the members have departed from in Baptist faith and forfeited their right to an interest in the property The case has been in courtfor two and half years and has been very stub at bornlylought by both factions of the originalchurch of Hawesvijle Judge Birkhead decided the case after very 151perusal deposiIti a The matter has created great t Hawesvflle and Hancock county and has been closely watched especially by Baptists in all parts of the United StateS The suit was filed by Mike Stephens L McAdams and 0 J Stephens plaintiffs and it is set out in the petition that they and ten others con stitute the United Baptist church of Hawesville W S Sterrett and J B Horley the other trustees of the church andseventyfive memberswere named as defendants and the alloga nIImunion It is alleged that the defend ants having usurped the authority ti f the church and employed the RevJF preachPopen ants communion Th furtherJllegation is made that Mr Deschamps is not an ordained Baptist minister but that he was refused ordination The court considered only the charge of communion With their petition the plaintiffs filed a copy of the deed to the church lot tjated in 1840 bS James E Stone an c transferring to the trustees of the Hawesville Baptist church to be used by them and their successors fo- adhered r church purposes bo long as they to the faith of the Baptist denomina tion and remained in the general union of Baptists It Is provided that if any of the trustees depart from the practice of Baptists they shall forfeit their ioffice as trustee which place shall be filled by election by those of their mem bers who ave adhered to the doctrines of the denomination In his opinion Jfadge Birkhead states that two principal questions were Ffsideredby the court first what was the practice of the Baptist denomina tion regarding communion in 1S40 and second have the trustees of the Hawes ville Baptist church and other defendants departed from such practice The conclusion on the first of these formed from the testimony of learned Baptist preachers and from standard Baptist authors is that Baptists practiced in 1840 what is known as close communjon and that that practice had not been changed at anytime since On the second question much evidence was introduced f d1inconclusion that the defendants have clearly departed from Baptist e and have forfeited their office as trusJ tees of the Hawesville church He further concludes that the churcll property belongs of right to the plain tiffs and that they are entitled to ultimate possession appears from the evidence that since the employment Mr Deschamps pastor the plaintiffs rave not wor shipped jat the church and that thede fendants have had possession During that time and while the case was pending the defendants made various improve gents on the building at a con side ble outlay of money The court did not Decide whether the Louisville Ky Dupe 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis bio- ch Dear Sir I have suffered three years rfrom kidney and bladder troubles and bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discoveryhas cured me and can ch recommend it respectfullyf st A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes grave cures lame backs rheumatism and irregularities of the kidneys and bladder bladd r your druggist it will be sent by mall on receipt of 1 One small bojble two months treatment and seLil fails to perfect a cure Dr Hall sole manufacturer P 0 St- of Louis Mo Send fort of by all druggists defendants are entitled to anything for improvements a4efUntil this matter is finally determined the plaintiffs put in complete possession the court holds that both plaintiffs and defendants are entitled to the use of the building and grounds The plaintiffs arc given the right to the use of the proper ty on the first and third Sundays in each oath and on the corresponding Wednesday nights y The defendants are a lowed the use of the property on the econd and fourth flays and the cor espondirig sunI nights M INTIRL Miss Theresa Blandford after a pleasant visit to riends and relatives in this community sill return to her home Louisville this week Miss Smith of Loretto is visiting her brother W J Smithat this place- S B Nally is qiiite sick of pneumonia present Earl the little son of Mr Tine Cecil fell on the ice and broke his arm Dr Hyatt of Springfield was called and the injured member f Charley Willett of Fredericketown Miss Pfudie Nally of this place were united in marriage at Holy Trinity church Frederickstown Rev Father Peiters officiating The attendants were Messrs Robert Nally of Ather tonville brother of the bride and Albert Willett brother of the groom The bride is the oldest of Mr and Mrs S oung1elady of rare bed ty and attainments while he groom is an enterprising farmer and trader We join their many riends in offering congratula lions Mess rs Victor Corbett and Palmer Blandford of Blincoe made abusiness trip to this place Monday Dan Bishop after a pleasant visit to his mother at this place has returned to his home atrWashingtori Ind Emmett Kelty has returned from a visit to his mother at Bardstown Rad Kelty has gone to Washington Ind to mak his future home Thos F Mclntire is still low FiendishSuffering Is often caused by sores ulcers and can cers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says haveused Bucklen Arnica Salve fo ulcers sores and cancers It is th best healing dressing I ever found Soothes and heals cuts burns and scalds 25c at C J Haydons drug store guar 1IJudge Thurman Instructions ILebanon Enterprise Judge Thurmans instruction to the grand jury was delivered forcibly and Eversword breathed the most unmistakable e earnestness and every person in the courtroom was most favorably im presse The Judge dwelled especially upon v olations of the fish law anId a Tong as the laws against seining and jdynam ting fish were on the statutes they should be enforced His instruc 1 Lion on these points Were strong and especially as to dynamiting Equal strong were his words with referenc to Sab ath brea ing and he insisted o the grand jury i akinga full and com plete investigation of violations of this nature Referr ng to the carrying deadYwedP ns his language was ve ryi vigorous and cle rly indicated that ever effort should be exercised to bring ii dictments again it law breakers of th s class Whethei rich or poor violators1 6f this class sho lid be indicted Jlndp ishett and that in his court all such would be given he full penalty With reference to the question of selling li quor unlawfully he said that why selling intoxica ing drinks to minors should be bro1eup as far as possible so should the selling of intoxicatin drinks to drunkards be broken up and that saloonkeeper who sold a drunk ard whether intoxicated at the time or not ia drink of whisky rendered ll able to indictment He pointed out that if saloonkeepers would confine themselves strickly to the law in the salel of their wares much of the c against them and their business would cease The instructions were timely and of the kind that engenders respect for law i Deaths At Bardstown Bardstown tandard r Mr George Applegate died yesterday at his home in Bardstowri aged about G5 Mr Applegate had been a Jsufferer of inflammatory rheumatism for a number of years past andsuffer greatly from the effects of the disease Mrs Lavina Mullins aged about 82 years died atj her home in Bardstown Monday morning after a lingering ill ageIIPeculiar Disappearance 4 J D Runt n of Butlerville 0 laid the peculiar disappearance of his pains ful symptoms of indigestion and bili 1 niionncQ to Fii Kings New Life Pith He T t are a reined Y heaijachdJ Haydonsdrug store price 25c f T7 ITin s Charm z e Try one of Lakes Cigars then try another and when YQutry the third one you will be charmed H t f Three SmokesIi Guarantees a Customer trTilE McCHORD IS A GOOD ONEJ PEZZO IS No j AND SO 15 LAKES No1 m li iiIiIllhI Ii f 1fiI SENATOR MITCHELL AND THE LAND FRAUD CASES United States Senator John II Mitchell and Representative Binger Hermann o Oregon declare that they will easily show the lack of foundation for the mention of they theirhomepofn federal investigating what have coin 1 emeet the charges DANVILLE PEOPLE Confident That Electric Road Will Be BuiltWill Pass Through Springfield 1 t Danville Advocated HarrodSburg is now in high feathers over theprospect of the building of the Columbia and Lebanon interurban rail way which proposes to build a line from Burgin to Harrodsburg thence tc Springfield and Lebanon thence tc Columbia and from thereto Creels oro Theeline would open up an 11tOIJ of rich timber and coal land and connecting with the CN 03r P T frailway at Burgin would be of great benefit to the entire country through which it 11Coming from the Gumberland river materially reduce the price ol coal and lumber at Harrodsburg and tonbe enthusiastic over the matter The The Harrodsburg Democrat says that Mr S J Bailey of Burgin has offered valuedhat 300 an acre on which to orect a power plant and necessary shops and hegcan easily raise 1U000in also states that Dr T O Meridith president of the Citizens Bank of Bur gin representing the promoterSoftbe proposed line recently held a conference with general manager H B SpenCer of the Southern railway in regard to Southernryilying between which would otherwise be practically useless to that company after the com pletion of its Danville extension Mr Spencer he talkedvery favorably in regard to leasingthe track to the electric company but stated that the matter would have to go through Ahe regular channels before anything defi nite could be done Mr Geo C Hall jr cashier of the Citizens Bank has also taken up the matter with some of the Southern officials at Washington D C and planea good one The matter of the construction of the road is in the hands of the Columbia and Lebanon Interurban Railway Co of which Mr W K Ashen is president He datmshe has already perfected arrangements whereby eastern capitalists arc to furnish money for the enterprise Burgin is only seven miles from Danville and The Advocate most earnestly hopes that the Boardof Trade of this city will get together and see if somr3 arrangements cannot be moue with Mjj0 Asbells syndicate to run the line an into Danville i 1 Mrs Joseph W folk Joseph Wingate Folk places great re liance on the judgment of his wire- rs Folk was Miss Gertrude Glass sb0011COlUlJunfou When she was eight and he was ui I IrtoethorIquestofand received au alllnutttlve reply T- wore hu rrletl iiijISOGL Ijm nt i Marion Ralcon Double elopements jare unusual but such was the case he a Sunday morn Mil1fIat = destination was Jeljico whey they wed biondaiy I the ColicGoingChol larr oeaIRemedy placenonbut keerere is nothing so Iood forthome Jlera Morbns Dysentery and moretntforDiaryChen reduced with water and sweet it is pleasant to take tareiSUreto r j 1Daring Marion Falcon One of the most daring burglaries was committed here last night Two men entered the store of Rinehart Osborn and took about 400 worth of best gents furnishing goods in theahouse consisting of four fine dresssuit cases two overcoats eight suits of clothes eight pairs of shoes a full supply of collars cuffs neckwear silk handkerchiefs ssHk suspenders and other things Entrance was effected by breaking the transom over the back door and evidently the guilty parties were very familiar with the stockas nothing but the finest goods in the house were disturbed The Best For 1905il 11 Mark It Diwn II HERTLEINS bestneThe Best fresh fruits The Best confections in fact The Best of everything i- nithei When you are t in town and want a good wholesop i lunch or meal we wi serve j you the best at a small price CONRAD HERttElH Springfield Kentucky QQQQQQ OQnQQ JOHN r MAYESi Fugal Director 1 And fociensed iCtSPRIT BFI KFIIVTLICKYI Best Attention Every cpurtsey shown RobesTelephone OQQQQQQQQQ n r Public Salirwilloffer for sale on the L Ftetem SpringfieldBardstown Wednesday February 1 following property One fiveyeairold farm and brood eightyeascombined broodmare andsix350 bushels of oats about 1500 bundles of oats eight tons baled timothy hay two ri ks clover hay buggyand DiscHarrow x implements oSlveTTinTlrnO pprovedpropertyh ti- i BEN D CLEMENTS J Y ooeobOCloopofeLoQooeooQ oQoQopn p Q QQQQQPJJ1 n V I Votingconlest I L Tell The Sun By Vote j n JWHO i7k 1 I Is theMost Popular Young Lady in Washingtou County i 3f WHO iI iI Is the Most Popular Farmer in Washington County 1 I WHOj iJ CountyITnA t Prizes 11 01 TO THE YOUNG LADY receiving the largest number of votes Z f The Sun will give either a handsome Dressing Table or a Gold Wa hZO TO THE FARMER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun will give an Oliver Chilled No 20 Either right or left hand 5 TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest number of unabridged Z t Itj Every 1 paid on subscription entitles you 0 to fifty votes for each contestant iCoupons clipped from The Sun each week entitle you to 1TSi one Y ore for each of the contestants Z n +i ii 1nt n ZnI cast votes for f r x 1lady 0 r livv VWT 0 0I castvotes v farmer i t 1l 1- c 0nRemember this coupon is good for one vpte for each contest 0n1ur SPRINGFIELD SUNn Springfield Ky J 4 1 nn4nnietFaia nnQQo O OQOOO rie t Quit Kicking M Grumbling again Quit kicking my lad For this old W011d is not so a But good of bad or glum o lad Or mid or mad my bo egad Its the bestold world had Quit kicking weiever Quit kicking ladw h annoy Lifes part pure gold and part alloy Today grief tomorrow joy And so it each day my boy SQuit kicking quit irking Grumbling again Quitkkktiig my lad For tihfe oJd world is not 20 bad But good or bad or glumar d j Its the best old world weve frrer mid Quit kicking lad suit kickr emoerataReceipts of Kentucky Roads CourierJournal The twentyfifth annual rq ort of the Kentedky Risiiresd Commian Q for the fiscal year which ended Ji 30 fit has been given out byc C McCh chairman of the commission It shows the 4tal mileag of railroads m the State tabe 3270 whereas tite figures at the dose of the lust iccfd aT were A SICKLY 1 CHILE A deljcnte constitution a child to ali aor is of ailments Do not tryingtjJi1 ti Ccnstitittton JayJwahealtbay ilaa atiopfIt pal hie aod Vigor i to Ifce body and mini That isirvha tbe child tlsatis What ar ptr ie who is wetek sad Iltality1op f eres so tlrtlicv rt obI gd to give their occupaiju tvuen tHvrc i pilj wrong1 with them ex jtiTijr tp aepo tired so weak their vitality isao low To sat that littinc w rtb its weipht inuoltl to tat t utTcriii jftrom yii a it begins its vork iviti the fire rr in a TcniarliMy short thesitpatient r tored to a healthyivgoroc COlI ai n Many iTaMc vases he been nandint dical i I Towt v Good for untie loiks and bii foIbtoo Pleasant to take t14 ona 1V t c guarantee by Ca J HAtDOH Syr1J ilcld1tfr yi 3189 The railtloads in the were 33047652 showing an iricrease over the previous year of 28Sb3l The report sets forth that in the year 9540 persons were killed by railroad accidents in the United States and 76 53 injured In Kentucky L9 passengers were Skilled and 76 employ were killed making a total of 203 A Touching Story Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A E3 ler Ciimberla d Md He writfes At the age of 11 months our little girl was in decliriir gj health with sgria is throat trouble and two physician gave her up We w re almost irr s i when weresolved to try Dr Kings Ne r Discovery for ccn tIr bottles she was ttred and is now in etJ Ha cons store 50c arts 1oguaranteed bottle free Reform In Russia Dlsracii s s l t asi i Intion bad never or7ntthe word seems iad aebcli- enge 1n the = o ueeent ereuts iissis w ddepie ate the murder of j lice M tPlebve it e Litt thmt a tile removal of Uae flilef pird jaaitioa aid the poitttinent tq bli hpoet vf thebr aided i vk Mky scene the Iginning of What 1 ram to be au erit of rrai and great irU the illaduiini stnit m ofj flinieire1il- ictLer lire ter of the in iteriof wlllbc ctt Old his IiberI pi urr i brte romrin- 1or s4 eL tsi i ucxued- ed 1n i ef iag policysf i flfp and in meter todridc3i tale m rs t tic SaI nsoppor- tto t5 net firer g1 tit 1U k t itta t- Wh a T as Dwelt o ur = frc ciainif ttte ib pu- hLtiaira fate In whli l tle- ei f t k tdi t baeder- Iti treatlyY t G4el We Iltlpl e ElAbey Stood l b eonop of lace and to hie amble manhood sillc ed with lowers and j Mels mightt s t M ft ft + OIL FIELDS OF- EARLY DAYS Z A Visit to the of CaveVilage City ISY MILES SdU1DER5- s2ryriyittKt1 Strytfr2TltTTfttwi lT tilYfftiYTF I Fi 4t +i Irttfiait in 1858 the writer and Tate turned their EIARLY out on grass at Sam Washington county d on a pedestrian the country to the Mammoth Cave our purpose toeing to lodge with the country people oft the highways and swap mtelhgenceand dyIthingsfcurious of those underground deposits and formations were in otercaves than the Mammoth At the M mmoth Cave we made the acquaintances of the late John Proctor afterward famous as a geologist and still later honored as the presiding officer of the Civil Service Commission at Washingtp n D C Circumstances of which I do not care to writegave us special interest in the localities of Bear Wallow and the neighborhood where Cave City was afterwards built and where after the R R penetrated that region we had some special friends Among these friends was that brilliant Masonic ligHt and splendid humorist Ed Knott a younger- brother of the HoriJ P and Andy who had the stage runs and carried the mails through all that re Liklammoth CaveMn that cavernous lime- j stone region where the streams run underground and it i not improbable ofIthe Mammo run or under the village HV who builds his house upon rock in that region may not always be sure of the security of his foundation t Early in the days of the g eat coal oil excitement over to the eastward of Cave City and Glasgow thpse fortunate enough to have crude coal oil e ough to ship hauled if in barrels on wa joris and deposited it into a great cist 201 sunk by the side of the railroad at he edge of the village whence it was pumped uplntocoaj oil cars or tanks to be shipped away by rail Ode Sunday nipht one of he most destructive and well lever known in Kentucky S the village of Cave i wePtEroUgh was about eighty yard as clearly defined as a now swarth through a timottij field in that swarth there were two churches jand a board ItIinvited for special reas ns to go one hundred and fifty miles to dedicate it Passing by on the railroad not many stpppoootrduriviewing the track of the storm Early the next morning the gentleman with whom I lodged rushed into m room in a high state of excitementand caned me up to prepare for breakfast in haste While I was hurriedly dr lingn8was pacing upend down thg floor He suddenly stopped and said A strange tiling has happened a vein of coal oil OOOOOIt3 g 18ill Ig anlat 0 8o2 8 2 1Qo 18 l SHEEPIHIDES iiTA11gr I Sc We will pay tile Wfll est Itfafkett prices 1Weto buy alot tOibeef ea ftle JT OXC- it Ky J WWW + has broken into my well andwhen I went out a bit ago behold 1 drew up a bucket of coal oil Yes sir not water but pure coal ofexpect I am the richest man in the county that coal oil isrtJSfnbing right up soon as we eat breakfast I want to run down and tele graph for a car load of arrels Weve struck it rich sir Wp hastily stepped out on the back porch to wash before breakfast He threw up his hands Yicef mean and he replied Why sir I had garItelling what may happen to a 1man One night he is carried away in a whirlwind and on anothercoal oil conies sprouting up in yard We ran to the fence looked over and sure enough the rocks had caved in and swallowed down his ice house tm its roof wa about a yard below the sur face qf the garden It was suggested that there might have been a slight earthquake disturbance and that the same force which had engulfed his ice- house night have opened a seam between the coal oil tank and his well We soort had proof of this in the fact that as ijhe oil was rising in his well itIwas going down jri the tank After a hasty breakfast I walked down through the Village to hunt the persons who III am not sure but he had been a Ma jor in the Confederate service He was an educated gentleman and nice family I did net see the ProfI but we got this account from Mrs Jones She was in bedwithan infant byIraised the window to comply with this request and then they could give no account of things till the storm was over As to herself she had the sensa tion of being gently picked up and whirled around in the air flinging to j her baby and when thestorrh had passed babyIinj the garden about seventyfive feet from where it hid stood in her bedroom The Major found hi selfandI his piano in a pond about fifty yards on down the track of the Storm They told mein the village that heC of their pastor had preached the night before on the text Theyi who sow to the wind shell reap the whirlwind and that he was found next morni g hid in the straw in an ice house jiist out side the track of the storm dqnudc d except his shirt collar and the iw fet Band of his draerstYou will please excuse myincredntill ffuh1ofBryans Advice Louisville TimesJWhateyer away hav m anlthe feel g toward William Jennings Bryan in 1806 knd 1SXK there in no dieOtUiP the fact that the Pr rad Davis ticket Bryaninhe was unsuccessful in his effort totcarrywlth him the whole of his person constituency there is no denying that one thee nominations were maths the full force ofhis eloquence and his powers of leadership ere exerted in behalf of the Donotratfe noniinees Nor hais his comae sin e the election of tJisabuse of D leaders and uaml nation and nrtJidn save not been permitted to w stilt further to the dlzeonflture of the party ataggeridg undo the wetgbtof the most disastrous reverse in ju jhistory At the same time he has iialsuJ in no useless effort toemfcarrass the President in carrying out the poficws to which the oitntiy has given its approviil v If His advic j t Demos is fol towed and his example made agujdeofI ennduei the remaiuiiig representative i of the Democratic party m Congr 1 ofIbroatrtbO either tx desert or eommacd success t by remaining the party of blind Delia t hiton tug deIiijl9CraI Afraid of Sirong Medicines I Many popie suffer for yt ars from rbeumat c pains and prcftr to dcr so rather thaw take the strong miicines f10t5kIIoW ilIrtnitlit al1y F4r d t f it W The Best in Life and Accident Insurance is found only in Travelersw + I PoliciesihW + fJ Lowest ExpenseJ Lqwpeath Rate j ExperCDfvfdendsri1 the Largest r i ti TSEE US FQR POj IES THAT YQU C N tit UNDERSTAND 1 DA VIS SNIDERDISTRICT Aliens Bardstown KyWe Want Some Gdod Agents in Washington Co sty e- n+ + Ii n A Japanese Prince lieutenant General Prince Sadanaru Fushimi whose visit to the United States as a representative of the mika do of Japnnvaroused much interest a hero of the war with Russia IsI I al FusbUnt ranks as senior imperial prince He won his rank as lieutenant general by las exploits in the Chino Jnpsuose thoIn the amons 5sanlt- on Nanshiin hill In the present war he commanded the first diri oa of General Oku S army Public Is Aroused The publicis aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach liver and kidneys Mary H Walters of 516 St Cteir ave Co lumbus 0 writes For several I was given up to die I had and ague my nerves were wreck I eooldDOt sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors drugs that I could not eat Soon after beguiling to take Electric Bitters I obYaiined relief a in a short time Iwagentirely cured Gwuasrtecidat C naPdpag store price 6IThe action of two Httia te ai peaHn tQ fetal coorto to tlpit the g vroor a trteir prison gttwi them plentyrt hard htbor as decreed In tepatemw will hardly b nedt amalgasnatrd hellos AT6k FOR SARGAINSDuring 19t 5 watch the cot twins of The Sun for udver tised bargain anti during the Jear you will save several dol Jars No merchant has ever yet quieted high prig throod the columns of a newspaper Ito the priced merchant who talks to tHepedp1 tttt b the newspaper Let Something Good Be Said When over the fair fame of friend foe The shadow of disgrace shall faD stead Of words of blame or proof of thug a so Let something good be said liftheadEven the cheek of shanie with tea wet If something good be said No generous heart may vainly aside soButIf something good be said i M Andso I charge ye by the fix crown And SibledAnd by your own souls hope of fa flown Let something good be saidJJames Whjtcorab Rilej Bardstown s Reservoir XBardstown Standard The reservoir from which Bard will draw in a large measure iiei ply of water in the future coi several acres of water serface recent rains have augmented the ply until it now holds enough vryM flood thetown The cityauthritMi clearing up the additional land reef purchased of Mr K C Barber for this purpose it became nece open the drain pipej and let out the water j The reservoir is of such dim- and the flow of spring water inti so great that an eight inch pipe jheavy pressure only lowered liSrf feceaf the water about fourlejj fortyeight hours The teserv vetIlowerit a freshet would give ample SB overthrow The reservoir is aj yards in length and about it width The basin seems to be ty sowad and without a leak 33 fteieetly elevated above the c the power hope for the water Mo it whenever the pipe Th ayrtom is in firstclass ord for fire purposes as was by gold work during the sad in a abort time everytl in readiness for supplying with water for bathroom street sprinkKngandall othe We now have electric lights works and Bardstown shoisj idence of progress and b opine it along every line i r r h t r h til Tr f Invitation iniT it field Harness and Strap work whICh are rlknown the cxwiitry over as the best and s1IestiL i V aJUQUSt owIrt K h very truly i f t fccfloMapp 8g MjuerS rinieg t r c jr SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor a4 Publisher 1 Application has beea made through the e1 postoffice for sec ondrates TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OM Tear 8IxJionths nreeMonths 25 changed5Er DEMOCRATIC TICKET LiteeyCotxtr BookerBYOsboorneBCPERTKTrjfDENT Bush JILEKGeo D Catlett MitchellDCOB05EB J 3L Montgomery s N NNNNNNN rOUR SENTIMENTS TOO I i The Herald has always been on the side of the laboring man We t could hardly be otherwise and pre i 1 serve our own personality for we i are just common laborers ourselves i If we have everachieved anything i worthy of mention in l5e it was by constant labor and hard licks Com move experience begets a kindred Pealing Our respect and sympathy j always go out to the honest toiler along lifes way The laboring man 1 IB the prime essence of American j 4 citizenship He isto our country what the mainspring is to a watch lie makes it go He should have a j gaaerous share of the good things of fife because he deserves them JjBs claims always merit recognition avid his labor a just reward f Hartford Herald SYMPATHY FOR ASSASSINS S Judge James Hargis exState fcnator Hargis Sheriff Callahan and a number of others have been indicted at Lexington upon a charge of conspiring in the mur icr of James Cockrill the town JBVgfeal of Jackson Ky In view the fact that these indictments ere returned by a Democratic wirt and that the defendants apprehended will be tried by fDemocratic court will the Gov thatJdge Hargis isa memher of Democratic State Central mittee from the Eleventh the is recognized as one leaders in hiS section but ve yet failed to note a sine in anyof the Democratic apers proclaiming his info Upon the other hand l number believe him guilty charge set forth m the ini nt and unhesitatingly saj hould be brought to trial bund guilty should be extreme penalty The tic party will not stand ination and if it can be hat the Hargises con lip Ok THE SICK iT spired in the nefarious murder of Cockrill certainly they will have to draw their sympathy from other sources than that of the party to which they belong THE POOR VS THE RICH Thomas W Lawson in his installment of Frenzied Finance in the February issue of Every bodys Magazine says conveyheutions and trusts of this country vhich have their head center in Wall conspiracyttoIn the height of its prosperity the Louisiana Lottery only took from the people a paltry ten or twenty million dollars a year while today there are single grQups of banks trust companies corporations and trusts which take from might by trick and by theft hundreds of millions each year and there are scores of such The Sugar Combine has been the instrument of gathering in one year a hundred millions of the peoples savings and the Steel Combine alone robbed the people of over 500000 000 in a single months HIt is a matter of simple math ematics to ascertain the day and that only a few years away when ten men be absolutely and completely the legal owners of the entire and all there is of value in it as John D Rockefeller is the absolute legal owner of the large section of it of which he is today possessed The signs of the times point to the truthfulness of Mr Lawsons statement The few months of prosperity we have at intervals count for little and while the American people are sleeping they are having shackles placed upon them through the schem ings and crockery of those who are behind the centralization of the countrys money which no doubt will be hard to shake off when the discovery is made But we have no fear that the Amer ican people will not be equal to the occasion Ten men cannot become the dictators of seventy millions of Americans That is one among the impossible things These ten men may have behind them the navies of this and other countries they may have with them the standing armies of the whole world they may have the plaudits of Kings and the good cheer of some of our Statesmen but they cannot have behind them the farmers and laborers of the Nation and millipns of other hon est and upright citizens through whose veins flows an unconquerable blood Americans will never submit to a semislavery We have no fear of this The sons of the men who whipped the well organized and well equipped arm ies of England with hickory sticks and butcher knives will never allow their children to become peasants or subjects The mil lionaires of this country may be able to manipulate things from their gambling hovesin Wall street New a manner that will bring into their coffers the money of the people but they cannot become the masters of the men they rob Arid theh when these who have been rob bed look into the gaunt faces of their wives and children And see hunger there there is going to bean uprisinga terrible struggle and a breath of hell will pervade the Nation The CourierJ urnal says that it is believed the Legislature will adjourn the last c f this week We knew that it would do the right thing if given a little time Ckan UpSale Shoes and Rubbers complete THIRTY 19BI30 pairs MenSHigh Top Shoes A f fSft + worth 225 go at 24 pairs Boys and Youths HighajTop Shoes worth 225 200 150r1go at 175 36 pairS Mens Lustre Boots go less than cost Make a pf High Grade Rubber 1 ArBig Reduction Will Made In Boys Girls School Shows Robertson Bros The Bigstore r BEN JOHNSONS CHARACTERISTICS Last week a Louisville Times reporter asked the Hon Be Johnson Democratic nominee for State Senator from his district as to his choice for United States Senator from Kentucky He r plied HI am for Senator Blackburn une quivocally and prefer that niy position in shall be generally under stood And you may go even further and say that I shall be Senator James B McCreary reelection The above is characteristic of the man Ben johnson never gives an evasive answer to a ques tion There is no thebush with him no dillydally ing mealymouthing labou- anything He doesnt waste his words and when they are into sentences there is but on meaning He never forgets a friend arjd he also sometimes remembers an If hes for you he will so if against you will tell you so J There is not a drop deceitful blood in his veins He is as hon est and plainspoken withan enemy i as is Vith a friend His e truthful with all alike is j J i i i Ir i I Whatever the doc rpreseribes or suggests is what i we specially tr3 to suPP1Ywe succeed so well that we are known Headquartersfo- rall sick room goods IJ a fPHONE 49 41 I 0 JHAYDON P arm cist of of = I To make room for our Spring Stock which is larger and more than ever before We will for ithe y 1 r next you i now now now for I = We cBe and Springfield Kentucky for for beatingarbund nor pu tehyoit he he of he he upright and genteel Hes just our sort of a man and if the flu ence of The Springfield Sun could 1elect a President of the United States weed charter a train and take our friends to Washington in 1908 to see Ben Johnson in goodeone NNNNNNNNN NNNN1NNNNN iilIi In every sensewhether as a man i agf= i J Democrat He is the finished or ator scholar and true nobility of his nature shines i tlland speaks forth from every linen = of his countenance Great artlIJ sheds its influence upon all who come in contact with him Six millions of i American freemen drink in the Democratic gospel that falls from his ps and accept him asan oracle It is delightful to contemplate such a character and his life is an in spiration to all who come within the 5 scope of his gracious influence The II presidency could not make him- greater than he is for Bryan iSbig ger than any president Had BryanI written the Declaration of Inde iIpendence and he would have done iI as Jefferson that he was unable toImake a speech in support of it iIHeres a health to you Bryan we i are with you we are with you alt ways now and forever amenand may your shadow never ICole County Mo Demo5J 4iNN NNNNN N NNN The LaRue County Herald hasI installed in its office a Mergen thaler typesetting machine and Galley Universal job press Both piecesofmachinery are very costly and there is not another country printing office in the State with such an equipment The Herald without the addition this fine machinery was one the best equipped offices in Kentucky as well as eaf the 4 strongest papers but with this Store DAYSsell 60 pairs Meris Plow Shoes fIguaranteed all solid worth ff150 now go at fimlC Mens and Boys Felt Boots at less than cost +36 pairs Ladies Ziegler Shoes worth 250 and 300 go in fthis sale at 9149We have few pairs of Patent Kids that go in this lot Specialty Footwear I ast Thet couldr improvement it gets out qf the company ofus country fellows and takes a seat right along side of the metropolitan papers A Louisville preacher swallowed a steel drill while in a dental chair a few days ago It is not at all unlikely that it will drill through As to the weather for the re mainder of the winter its up to Mr G Hog Ruisia by keeping subjects- in dense ignorance made a nation ofslaves For centuries the oeo pie of that country have livedas paupers forced to contribute the greater part of their earnings to The I a r support a rotten government It now seems that the dawning of a new day is at hand and that one of the meanest monarchies the world has ever known is traveling aj path of its own blazing to its doom Blotches of blood degra dation and misery will mark the way to Russian Freedom An electric railway is figured through pringfieldtDo figures ever lie How would you like to employ the Kentucky Legislature at reg ular wages to select a site foriyou to build a barn upon Which had you rather beja Kentucky chicken thief or the Czar of RussiatI Laugh AND THE WORLD LAUGHS WITH YQU dthatsFood for smiles and a mile is the next door neighbor to a Laugh POINTta i j n r IS THIS iYou can buy the cleanest purest and most wholesomeGroceries from Us at the most reasonable prices Thats Food forSmiles f THAT JANUARY DISH SALE i d Ulto ta little brighter than heretofore Ifso come in and select n Lamp from our large stock A little price will got a big lighk McELROY BROS- SJringlield 1 Ky i l iaces nenenenen eneoenenenenene THE FIR- STNatIonal Bankn 7 QFn KENTUCKYa 1 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided n Profits 25000 iOFFICERS B L Litsey President t n John W Lewis ViCePresident iJJ A C ilcElroy Cashier n LB Cain Asst Cashier nB E Foster Bookkeeper t enriSidney Green R 3L CaInpbellnBHEdelen H Me nJnoO Polinn0 Wegrant every favor consistent n e with safe banking If you have e 5 not already an account with this 0 O bank we invite your patronage n eQeQeneneQeQeQeQeQeQeQeOe Local News Notes LOST A dark brown chain purse in which were gold eye glasses a silver thimble with engraving UJ C upon it also papers and small change Finder will return to Miss Jennie Claybrooke and receive liberal reward I Mrs James Gray recently sold her undivided interest in the Chaplin Tun nel Mill property between Mooresville and Chaplin Mr Ben F Simms of the cattle firm of B F Simms Co is in Chicago to buy 150 head of cattle to slop at the Bardstown distilleries The firm now has 200 head of cattle at the Mattingly and Edlen distilleries in Nel son county I Mr John C Shader has opened a grocery in the OGara stand He has been at workthe past week receiving and arranging his goods The room hay ing been remedied painted and papered and his new stock having been tasteful ly displayed makes a pretty grocery store r I Wood Wells have commenced the remodeling the interior of their drug store and when completed they will have a pretty storeroom FACE FROSTED Mr C L Brady living near town has been suffering considerable pain during the past few days as a result of having his face frosted on last Wednesday Mr Brady was out at the barn feeding andmilk ing and was not aware that Jack Frost was energetically at work upon his race until he returned to the house How ever he is about well and says that the next time he tackles Mr Frost he will Wrap up hi abed blanket I Hodapp Miller pos wholesale harness house at this place has been running a large force of hands for several weeks in turning out orders for work which is ceming to them from many sections of the State The busi increasingandtime this house will grow to one of th largest of the kind in the State All that it takes fe just a little push behind an enterprise of this sort to mak it go and Messrs Hodapp have the det rmination and energy make the business an unusually suc cessful go REMOvALSfMr T Dudley Wells has removed to the louse on High street recently builtIby Mrs J Y Mayes City Judge Jas Noe has removed to the property vacated by Mr Wells OLD TAX RECEIPTCounty Judg- Litsey showed us last week a tax re ceipt which comes under the head o curios It was given to Berney Lewis Judge Litseys grandfather the year 825 The receipt was fo 150 paying in full taxes on one negro 120 acres of land and one tithe Thp receipt was sighed by Jesse Abell S W Ctend by Thomas B Hughes Deputy One of the adventages in living in those days low taxes PASTOR CALLED At a meeting of the members of the Christian church here last Sunday morning Eld W T Walden was called to the pastorate of that church for the ensuing year and will deliver his first sermon the second Sunday in February In the evening union services will be held to which all denominations are cordially invited Eld Walden is one of the strongest preachers in the Christian church and the members of the church feel that they are lucky in securing his services He will preach two Sundays in each month I Eld W FRogers preached at the Christian church here last Sunday morning and at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening He was here in the interest of The Kentucky Childrens Home of Louisville and he infcrmed The Sun that the people of Springfield liberally contributed to the fund for the support of this worthy institution Certainly one could not contribute to a nobler cause This home is one of the States grandest institutions and de serves the support of every citizen in Kentucky I The small boy his sled and the snow ball are very much in evidence on the streets of Springfield Mr M L Jones bought of Mrs Pat Simms last week the dwelling house and lot near the old Catholic church The property is located near Mr Jones poultryhouse and will bequite convenient for him Mrs Simms bought the prop erty of Mrs Maggie Whalen situated in the west end of town FOR SALEIhave a good American Graphophone for sale Cheap tf W P LAWRENCE Springfield When you have read The Sun send it to your neighbor and tell him to read the opening chapters ofUA Soldier of Commerce Lrh3 1Tj i 1Not t I 111 1 T Let Us BeYoqr1 Now is a good time to begin and you will be assured fair heat ment the entire year Our prices yoii will find reasonable and alike to all Our f Prescriptione 2 gik Department t i tk Is the pride of ourbusi essWe have goodreaspritoBe prdud Of it vv Our mitipf fT Files rc i Show the appreciation in which it is held and the constant growth of our business in this line is our best endorsement Your prescription will always be compounded by a registered pharmacist As to his competency and reliability ask your doctor we will be willing to abide by his decision r f 1Calland see us or Telephone 89 and we will 1 be glad to comply with your wants T WOOD WELLS Druggists r 2 u r Mr Mayes Pleased letterea few weeks ago for Hendersonville hiseare daughterstothat theyhave been there but a short time and that the weather even in that climate has been inclemant Enters Novitiate Miss Della Buckman will leave to Academyeenter pre thefr is the daughter of Mr R A Buckman characterrenters new wishes of a host of friends Notice To Debtors H M ONan jr having discontinued his grocery business has placed his ac counts in my hands for collection All persons indebted to him will please call at my office and settle their indebtedness tf W F NEIKIRK I Mrs Lucinda Mcllvoy of the Hills boro section has just returned from a visit to her daughter at Westervelt Ill Mrs McIlvoy had been in Illinoisfor about one year She likes the State and will probably go back in the spring to reside permanently PRATHERS CREEK The farmers are much pleased over the prospects of the Burley Tobacco Company it is the very thing they need The people of Washington county should give Mr McChord great praise for the excellent work he has done in behalf of the farmers G T Mays returned last week from Springfield where he had been on the Board of Supervisors Miss Julia Arnold was visiting at the home of G T Mays last week Miss Malvina Wycoff returned home after a pleasant visit at the home of G TMays A musical entertain mentL was given at the home of David Yankey Thursday night j James Best who has pneumonia is some better t present i John Riley of Gravel Switch and Miss Bettie Young of Texas visited their sister Mrs Will Riley Sunday Brp Brewer preached at Bethel church Sunday morning andnight Let tbe people read The Sun and keep posted on the news I y POLIN There has been but little news in this town for the last week The store at this place will be run by T n Crow fBailey on one acre of ground 2 040 pounds of tobacco and sold it for 12Jc a pound Can anyone come up with that Miss Della Virgin visited the family of J Hv Gray last week Coal Reduced In order to wind up our last years business we will offer all coal on hand at 14c cash one cent added for delivery intowWe guarantee our coal to be firstclass and free from dust Persons indebted tdus are requested to call and settle at once Allen Jones for Sale A desirable home east of Springfield nicely located in good neighborhood near Graded School has large lot and garden plenty of water Also a nice little farm of 14 acres with good im provements near Springfield Will divide up two acres in lots fronting on pike Terms easy W P LAWRENCE tf Springfield Ky Public Sale On Saturday Feb 4 at 1 oclock I will offer at public sale my household goods at my residence on High street in Springfield Miss ELLEN OGARA Notice The books of Wood Campbell will be placed in the hands of an attorney the first of January Settle at once and save cost WOOD CAMIBEL- LREMOVALI have moved my harness and shoe shop from the Searcy building to the room formerly occupied asa box ball alleyin the C A Thompson prop erty T L PARROTT I LOSTA red heifer Will weigh about 650 pounds Reward for infor mation A L LITSEY Texas 1 oeoenoeoenPeOeOeoeOeoeoee o Personal Notes t 0eaoe Visitors In and Out of Townes n Round of the o PersonalNewsD 0QenneoeQenoeOQeQeQeOQ Mrs C C McChord is in Frankfort this weekthe guest of friends MayesisHon W D Claybrooke trned to Frankfort this morning Mr Harry ONan left Tuesday morning for a several ystrip to Danville Lexington and Louisville Mrs J W Reidelrill return tonight from a two weeks visit to her parents in Louisville Miss Nannie Ray Thurman of Lebanon is visiting her brother Judge IH Thurman hererJ S Claybrooke spent Sunday in Bardstown Miss Mary Gleason who has been sick for several days is able to be out again Miss Myrtle Price is expected home tomorrow Miss Alethaire Medley is visiting friends in Louisville TMiss Margaret Russell of Bards town spent Sunday here with her parents wardstOwnTong Mrs G C Wharton who has been quite sick with lagrip is some what improved Mr CJ Haydon is confined to his home ofan attack of lagrip Little Elizabeth McElroy who has been ill for several days is about well again G W Robertson arid Will Hagan were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Zula Campbell is the guest of her cousins Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell this week Mrs T Blapford has returned from a visit to friends at Bardstown Mr Ben F Simms is in Chicago this week on business r Ben Edwards is quite sick rof lagrip at his home near town Mr Geo Medley who hasbeen ill for about four weeks from the result of lagrip r is no better Jfmniie Lampton whofell one even ing last reek striking his chin against theporchandseverely biting his tongue is much improved r John L OfFutt of Bloomfield visited at the Claybrooke home Sunday Miss Kate Shaunty of Fredericks town was the guest of Mr and Mrs Byron Croak last week Mr and Mrs Lev Brown of Louisville spent a few days with relatives here last week They are con templating returning to this place to reside Mrs J H Lawrence of Hubble Lincoln county was called here by the illness of her grandson who has bnjm chial pneumonia The child Is n w much better r Mr J J McCabe has returred veslatWmchester Misses Eddie and Gertrude Shader will entertain at euchre Thursday ev nIing Those who will attend may jbe assured that a delightful evening awaits them Miss Ruby Lampton after a pleas The First of February Finds me installed in my new pur chase the Mansfield property and ready for business carry a of uptodate Miliiniry Skirts Hair Goods Complixion Creams Powders etc Jrders taken for suits My stock for excellence variety an value will surpass all former efforts and eclipse all competition Special attention given to i Mourning Goods 1Correct shapes proper materials right prices I thank my many rinds for their liberal patronage in the past and ask a generous share in future I desire in of the coming season to extend an invitation to the of Washington county pleasureiior L MRS KATE WILLIAMS u J Springfield Kyf r 4I CLEAN SWEEPUFOR II 15 DAYS 11tI will allow 25 per cent off on all Odds and Ends Shoes Notions Calicoes etc preparatory to my Spring purchases Come in arid take a look and be convinced of the great bargains andrmany other articles that are hard to find at the price aF Takes peepr KaValentines i Pt J THOMAS ant visit to her father and mother here has returned to her home at Leitchfield Two children of Mr Lee Parrott of near town are seriously ill of pneumonia Mrs Lizzie Clements is quite ill at present Mrs Carroll Kelley of the Valley Hill section and Mr Wilt Beam of the same neighborhood are Reported to be ill of largip Mrs Geo Robertson and daughter Miss Mattie and Mrs T B Blanford and sister Miss Mary Lee Simms at tended the euchre given by Mrs Ben Lancaster and Lula Timmons at Lebanon Miss Sarah Simms entertained the Euchre Club at her home last Thursday evening in a most charming manner The gentlemans prize was won by Willie Robertson ladies prize by Miss Margaret Hagan the visitors prize by Dr Geo M Shaunty and the consola tion prize by C W Hagan afterwhich- a delightful two course lunch was served Notice I am authorized to offer for sale parts of the farm of St Rose For terms ap ply to the undersigned REV R F LARPENTEUR 11 Prior I HILLSBORO We had a lovely snow to fall Sunday which will be of great benefit to the small grain Mrs Annie Montgomery who has been sick is some better at present Those reported on the sick list last week are better and their friends hope they will be able to be out soon Fitch Godby and Coleman Settles traded horses last week Settles getting a briddle and 1 difference Several from this place attended the oyster supper at Willisburg Saturday night Miss Hester Noel of Cross Roads visited her cousin Miss Jessie Noel last weekiLarkin Dean Delivered one load of his tobacco to John Armstrong last week Mesdames Emma Coulter and Sue Vice and children spent Sunday with Mrs JaneCoultejr John Shewmaker spent Sunday with Lewis Clark John Reynolds spent Monday night with Fred Cheatham near Fenwick If all signs are true we can report wedding next week The horse of Ernest Shewmakcr De came frig tened at a dog Sunday and ran into a fence post and broke several spokes o Notice To Debtors All persons indebted to the estate tDr H H Hord are requested to salt at my office in Springfield Ky at once and settle their account All at4 counts aot settled by Feb 1 will to sued on This is absolutely necessary in order to settle the estate- TScoTrMAns Adm I When you want a site suit 4Clothes Overcoat or Trousers Lum AbeM Springfield is tfce man to see Satisfaction fwkv anteed One Minute Too LateI e7CPresahnAdredsto negligence frequently to a datcaresortofadisposition but are one minute too Tate because iour watch keeps inc time There is no excuse for beJnff minute too late because of a Ione timepieceJAMES GRAVES SPRINGFIELD 1 Watchmaker and Jeweler will pair it for you at a very reaw WII i Sheriffs Sale For Tax On Monday Feb27 1905 it b the first day of a regular term of Washington County Court I will the Court House door in Sprir pforoffend or as much thereof as isary to satisfy the taxes and cot 100 acres of land in the Wiffisb QfBurtonTa countyState Costs Total H B POWELL ExSheriff W ByED MASTZM iiI lit elll iiI y YOU WOULDNT THINK OF EATINI A BadEgg You ougKt not tp think of eating a BAD BISCUIT Poor di rightIndoften blamed because she does not havesroodbread why the ault is with the man who buys the flour Anyone ot our 3 brands of flour will solve The Poor Bread Pro 1em PRIDE OF WASHINGTON SMlNGFtELBS CNMC SOLID COMFOITt Ifyou dear reader are one ofthe VERY FEW people ltI Springfield who are not enjoying GOOD BREAD f lies at your door for any of the above brands of flour can be I bought at any one of the Springfield groceries t SPRINGFIELD ROLLER r t 11Q4 I 1 iAnAx 1 j To GrindJ Often causes the meal tobe late br the house to get cold etc etc Use the Blue Diamond1 d iAxe grinding IoneThe Blue Diamond Saws l Chissels I Edge Tools and Drawing Knives have no s y perior Remember BUY NOJOTHER BRAND IWe have two secondhand Ranges for sale They will be put in ggod condition and sold at a low price McElroy Schultz 1 r IeeL II f EFFIE p RAINEY a A Beautiful Perryville Maiden DesertedOn Marriage Eve By Man She Loved kt f Harrodsburg Ky Jan 4jd by the man she loved on the eve of her marriage is the sad predicament which confronted Miss Effie Rainey a beauti 4ful young woman from Perryville ii city Miss Rainey and Sterling v Ransdell son of a wealthy farmer liv iing near Harrodsburg came here short tl before 12 oclock at night and put Jpnp their horse at a livery stable The duple went into the office of the stable Jlnd sat up the remainder of the night 1Ir the girl telling her he would roturnin i Sshort time After waiting for sever g kl hours she became impatient and np j tilled the police who investigated jjmatt r and found tlwt Ransdell ld the horse and buggy1IThe Police Ayfound him at the depot where he Met chased a ticket for Kansas Gifcj jPtfo but no charge having been pre allowedY60 go Miss Rajney was sent to her home KT7nl P Sire told a fad story iv f the young man had induced her to lope with him to this city under prom kfe of marriage She is prominently nnected at Perrjville and there is tisHerable feeling among the residentsII It he town over her desertion The Ranks Thinning x Kentucky Advocate leah is fut thinningr the rangyof iftimoas Shakers at Pleasant Hill r er coup about tvoive mik from r iity The bust ont to answer the at salt was Sister Elizabeth Spaldsag fe death occurred a few days a ro as reporif J ttJ re over eighiyiive rs ifaThe members of trfs hzrr ttlrt llae are raIidly and iii a few mpwt years be tnct Pleasant one f the must inter j the ate even though j lid has ttn pluce in the Jj fars hi timers g r by Weatv pvph fry to ill pS tstf pjirj vcukl viHt t lcIindHrU th sum in 1 Tne y itixi in 1HIO y thi sfjciety awi iofthe rnoat pnjer Nf mtry At ai time LUKmt UUTJ aeresof th nstIU v a owned ty rite vjeiety a r0l1li J v V 9esDenosi1 Bank8i 4f Xntlck 8 8 AGjZn DE JRER 13 CAPITAL 1 50000 DUS and Profits S200W OFFI J V ttfErto 7 8 1 t ft1o k1 2 Jt Lt 1 i y rikE 1i tr n v I Until t 1 ii 7 hurLUSI tt L I41- 4tr th T 1 Blaw I lhnklt 1Sites r ltIi Satisfaction f uzsatiteedjV OOOV I The Last Dream A little rest from strife A littlewaitingtill thesummoncon An d then dear neartH OOd b o0 nd Ito lifeIlonly fear the touch TU Thta have Visfoned witha rea y l M rr somuchIt Mali make up for all Will ypu not in that dread hourtit n I shall hear the sounds of life go bye andlpower ITo the way to die The last death FaitsDear I ha re died so iortgE houldceaseI sorig IAUearButt Atlanta Constituti theHeroine af Port Arthur 1sIAetltidea l j toiv torsel is easily the frDJtttlirroiiit of the tear Wben tbe ste4 o of tfee tarrerS liegav ilme Stfrjt j fit eta t1 liI1H Lrr hghiu 1 rJjI4rpuu dtlr sire is trtuit to shUiJ lt a plece or slIh at L tT Z Mt l f1 t t JLLii tm 1Jurl hPt- V ffcat lftf in lu Ir 1k Ia1 lAttYic iar aea rou il b1 l jre lorssae ttstt itt lt tie flf ibfir People all overwiretdEiedon leae ruing Io O thcntep Q r more than five tit tiit mber kf JeOiie1iin r Itlrctiitism r fiI eilCe11 jttI a ugh mari in0 ii rrc4i it off r 4sX istt sort Too f111eilAttua13 ldseusci tareddatteht and 11J tPcr tti tl if f wthri alto aaa Wvj I at rr i Four o Wt ilt Ittrt ill liifn i c ir MlEPO WEIRj I Chairman M Chord Thinks Cam I mission Will Be Given By Con gress t CourieiJournalix 11 am convinced that Congress will give the Interstate Commerce Commission the power to make rgtes said C KentuckyRailroad mah of the National Association of State Railroad Commissioners at the leturnedmade a speech before the committee in charge of the ttaflic legislation ques tion Continuing he said We had a talk with the president and found him greatly interested in the question and in favor df giving the rate making power to the commission He talked earnestly and it was apparent that he was well informed on the matter c I t The traffic legislation is the ques tion of absorbing interest at the capital I and every train is bringing delega I tions to work for some of the many I WeiI a yannouncement we were in favor of any certain billof but Urged the giving of the power to make rates to the commission lean see no objection to a Commerce Court to established as a reviewing court 1but am against such a court as a court of appeals In Kentucky the commis sion has the power as a legislative body to make rates and the courts are always open to review the decisions eIf the contestant shows that a rate is prohibitive he can get an injunction j from the court but no appeal canbe made from the action of the Legisla estabIlishedcourts in Kentucky to take in regard to the decision of our commission rit won be an oscellentthing for a But I am o posed to any measure th QiPresident Roosevelt sees the dang that wduld lie in allowing appeals to matte and I am convinced from the ti interview we had with him that he willltl action on he art of officbehavegather again if no traffic legislation made during the sessjon is of momentous importance to t country and immeclizfi action is n8c onsayyL Refused to Serve With a NegroI Kwa City Mo Jan1 27 William A BoBras a negro who was mumnoned tOLSeryeas a juror hi the Circuit Cotirt eras djwHatigtMl this morning vivid was Patrtac i un wa Called to attorneYsiJatmnr aprioterr said 1e could not dM1JurY lmp rii ilteehe irOi nodded- their hems excused I rG looil tinGr ites =r It esltiestt zei ty iac itd1the opbaio ner I 1t r Is iLe IiLeas j f tits pii eccssor the lion SetJi LoW i Mr Low cottteadi d tlisrt Llbe1JD rah tf tiu3ent sluiUkstudy tr rtt the busty ru ebtI nta tttIl w truth i that p re oz t1 defcIvca me dalms4 thism t b ni u 7Sh1 lj111ttttrifO fTPv t tyou 1 w Iji t irrrf tire t0 t5 of are ii moderate size kel aiird ur- Europo IJ PnttaJf l vt lfiltca all tU great e o loan taaatm 4ttrttJte r 11t of farrier titer ntJ air6durIzat cud of t Lim tl IJr i1tI Injury of Dole If o rt r ties lid poy e t btt t 1dt =tretEe total Jo r fi4Gl irony tJe11J e mi tt at tbeti eitti ipil Umv r titterirl slutrit Jtt vliea 16= arm fracturtd It luwci k tk srittiitl sc Live setInJurtNtJlat srproli3 stulrler tirolced axklotun Ulucl i2d TAB a- 6atomy1e tPlajthjl JIfJVt rjiw prcSUUsa 1cKfiNa9 ei thIe nP hJir w l Ltt nt I I I I IXIfJ tiI ftli IIW- O3fr tL llf P + i tIia jetenl +r JtBAJS IN Seiid ustijf t ti f ti 1 L4oI it r o lrwi = rAND GET r t titFarmand Fireside 1 nthtrr i J money Address I T The Springfield SounSpringfield Ky IJ7 i1 itH + + W L IrIThe BIG BOW I MYSTERY 11 s iih I suppose youve all tidier read or heard of Zsiugwills book The Big Bow Mystery reiiisirked the man who httd listened with an air of later idestto the talk of strange cases that youer inatcircumstances precluding the idea belIIrhe was seen to retire to the tiro laudlmly alarmed at his slecpiugf later thin usual summoned an er and hail the lock broken in th theiscommonbepersonaN31 T i tIlaCricao tmild btt tfE t lntU tt rtr Iff e he htau po a tWUKSiMJ tujt titt drink of Uae lutefalc rityttt Party tit the ere iui1 hfIiut It s jinfet tit otleof jiie ttmt ntifjt ioaw h rw Au 4JW1l nttetitl p rzclatiia warrigIltbidltdalttotrrtet b head with a stirlek iu m C4ui tDt athhiir stoQped atk t throat at the lreplnl Jl1 tMtle 4Q at rue o tF 6 lQ8r to l 8t t tr t t Crd rCe e fPrt1 rir Rtr e their l fL Y r Jbu ta of it even le1 ffn B etye7iwtniagk lHe ha laiitountl t=In atrith itI4larlteo itiil la 1lrt Iti8 iintt 4li 1 of rNat C l drotb1 n through wi 5ow pFtltrOC He was IF belot living akme the servants aft t at i eltt it l is f t Qt1ltl have n eaKtr But inearttgatlu stag this ttieory It was a whiter j Anti OH Tlettiu belie subject open1It ion pfeariy ho was not ias sits j implfrtttlt i 0J the frishtentd servants broke the door in next morning Still something had to be done and the sheriff for want of a better idea arrested two or three againsthe tj the neighborhood that night Certain circumstances did cast a slight suspicion on them but the physical facts of course acquitted them at the trial It looked as if the mystery wQuld nev er be solved When the man was re moved from the room it was at ojice locked up the negro caretaker reCusI tvasknowYears passed ItPtQperttlie building MJ curiosity at the un athrefYwas as heJiKd loft it The ashes were in the grate and fhickdust that rose tllthedeadtwho had mustered courage to negro enter with me Yas s hhe replied tarn lug almost pale at the thouarht Scarce ly laid bo or k n wlx a I heard iWmf thing roll from the grate and the hearth 1 picked ft up by den iwpn It was a Winchester cartridge Shell blackened with beatITo my mi d it told the story It had e iidently got mixed with the coal thrown on the lire by the servant Mr Ivilliam came in Hjdrtofc the fle laid lrbJnl by the serraats ctosed outpaeatbie r pIby one of those cttrknw tart opt Intry HKnt tOtlKkk ae the taiUet rii ltJohn Krrby his Wfr e tori theme Jpirj children were killed ajx burned in their liotne in PoJk eo ntyFkrida The little daughter lot 6 it dStaitera ititxralA Jain lt lf itr bgtg list Marriage Marion Palcon Frauds here are in receipt of the announcement of the approaching mar ridge of Miss Margie Ray to Mr E 6 Dotyi which will be solemnized Feb 1 daughter of Mrs W B Ray who residesfnear SimmS in this county andiis one f the most attractive ladies of this- section of the State Central Anderson News George Kinder who lives in this cout at the News office and while here said that his great grandr father Lavc Kinder was probably the e old man said Mr Kinder is now one hundred and four ryears jr attributes his continuous goodhealth and I Ckamjeflafcs Cwsijh Remedy ire Slothers terTh sJooUiing and haaHng pcoperties this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent ores have moiitt of small for colds eroopiaod wbootfin eonjhan k alw as doa r peQQoQe8 o etioO eqit a ooeQtoQei7sl 0Q3Uett isQiQQtL S Rat lf cr FOR i CF 0 f JT n a iIii 0o tlN i 5 E f j 1 jTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN aid F a clelltr Save ttl QWc11ere reaUlflrfmaucn ThenCluerr Announcement inKosiusko rOl1tManll Kentucky nottSharpsvilIeIVaa healthHecontinueoc neverf f widtpCQlHeeverywM emJdren contairisJIO byaS1wmaer Cldbbing Si jEI 190 etbp 0 s Cf tI is 0 Jj CounetvJowMi uo1261 vine Aw 15o t1 y I rmitlautaWeekly StL xRepublic 1l5 n 0DemaWeek New Yodt World L75 12bAerieaIterican tFEpitomiatAmerican 150 0 fCountry 25 0300rm and Fir 185 175Review i S6Settbner8 0 a 175HarpersSunny 8 Weekiyv Itnn Iff Address Tie Sun Sprkgf ijr Ky tri off Q R PtP f o f +tI1 QQ QO o ol f i ft t x I AsbLDIElrtf COMMERCE11 Bu JOHN ROE GORDON i CopjrrfehL ice by F R Tbofclis fi G PIER Tl i A OXE SIDED T Ii1LAL fA JURjaEPFS BESOIVB OLQNEjL JURNmFF gazed t c upon the prisoners 1when they were brought before h Hassan was cring fag and serVil b gngor mercy Harvey was straight and calm but angry This Is an outrage upon an Ameri can citizen ana it will not go unpun idled he said You have no right to arrest me orj prevent mytraveling- to Uijni Novgorod What is your name TnSke the colonel Harvey Irons I remember that name somehow in connection Witbja command Ah I have it Were you not ordered to leave Russia and never return Xo I was not I was fold that if I came to Russia something would hap pen to me It was not done by the j order of the czar It was merely an attempt to separate me from a young lady whom i ova So that was i1 said the colonel with a sneer You are sure it was not done by the order of the cUrT 1 am suYe of i for an investigation I3vas made at my request by our minis and be assured the that so far as k the czar and his high ministers were concerned they had issued no such libertytoany time After this remarkable investigation as you call it were you Informed that jotf were at liberty to come to Russia and carryoff her daughters No nor have t any desire to them ofthat is save one wboinI shall marry sooner or later May I ask the name of that one Is It Koura Biartelkis No I had=nothihg to do with that affair And It Is none of your business what thename of the other is Insolent dog Do you know who 1 am No and I dont care 46Iwm tate some of the impudence out of youbefore Laim done Lam Colo nel Jurnleff The uncle of Alma Yes the uncle of Alnw Then you already icnew thealaupe of the girl I love and your questions were simply perfunctory I demand In justice that T be released t That will besettled later Tint now you are my prisoner Take him to the prison of detention Two soldiers forced Harvey to accompany them Thien ColonelIJornletr fell into a study This dog is right he said The order was our own This espionage under which we have kept him was not by order of the minister of police but atthe request of the general my broth J ers I must silence him somehow He is Irrepressible and will do us harm He must never be acquitted of this charge L no matter what the evidence may bef With Alma here anti that fellow In Si beria there will be distance enough be tween them to save us from further care 1T Harvey saw no one for several days except the guard who brought hi-ss meals One day the guardas he push ed the dinner through the door said to Harvey I have been paid well to hand you this Take it Swallow it when you have readj it It was a note written on thin paper In pencil It realiMy hear M IronsI have been weeping my eyes out since 1 laarnd that you were in prison After our jmeetlng lIt the firlast year ray lathefsent me here to Colo net Jurnieff 1 have been al most a prisoner ever since I have not been able to ascertain where you were Your letters even hid you known where I was would have been seized assure I 1awtI can to your eat representative at St Petersburg but may not be able to accomplish itl have but two friends One of them Is bribing the guard to give you this Whatever happens remember 1 love you and believe Inyoa ALMA Harvey kissed the note and sobbed 3Jy poor darting he murmured BIt by bit he midCswallowed it i Ip Then canre the trial The tribunal waS semimilitary Colonel lufiiicff and Captain Orskoff were present The magistrate a stern told mun looked with unsympathetic foes upon Harvey and with loathing upon liassan Captain Orskoff first offered what he knew or what he slid not know which lIar felt amounted to the same thing so 1faras his chances were concerned- In performing my duties during the fair said the captain I saw lI fit Effendi who was known to be a dealer In the 1lavE girls of Cjrcassiaand Geor gia before his imperial highness the czar issued his ukase that all suchftraf L fic be stopped I watched Hafiz Effan dfbut could discover nothing that would lead me to believe be contem plated bmiking the yaw I saw him with this man from Bokhara who calls himself Mizik mid when I learned that Biartelkis and Ivoura were missing 1 suspected them They denied having Acfcor z keeps a coffee house both of them IL J iil spent thrft night at Ills place There wits no on at the bazaar who could tell Trbjpre tlip prdpVietor had gone I discoVered tliiit a boat manned chiefly by native sailors and captained by Hassan a lurk had left Tiflis during the night No onp11HI seen the Mont depart and there seemed tome something mysterious iii this I sent word to Lieutenant Thokt who at once start ed to intercept the Toat The gunboat overtook Hassan on the Caspian I had spoken a vessel with a black hull JJYideUUYwished Lieutenant Thokt arrived in time to pr el1tlheiescape of Hassan He can tell himself what he did I went on board sam Lieutenant Thokt and found Hassan in com mand and this other prisoner evidently as much In a hurry to escape as Has situ lIe said he was an American going to Astrakhan The vessel had not at any time been headed for the Volga Hassan told me his story and the American told me his They agreed in some respects but differed in other- sI found Kdurft on hoard a prisoner n nil brought her back to Tiflis andarrcstell IInand the Ameri tau fj s 0 great opes of earth moaned Hassan when called upon to Speak for himsclfIjtIs with trembling tongue I attempt jo fell een the truth for what am 11 WUat am I that I should speak to suph as thee But it was as I said and as I will say again I came to the fair with my boat tilled with rich stuffs to sell to the bazaars I did well excellencies and made a profit on my goods but itdoes not pay to hire sailors for two ways and carry goods only jone so I remained at the wharf waiting for a cargo to take to Astrakhan where 1 knew there awaited me a valuable cargo to take to Astrabad but I waited too long O excellencies and it came time for met depart without a cargo In preparing to leave Tiflis I discovered some linen which I knew Iguatz Biartelkis would purchase I could not wait till morning for then I could not reach Astrakhan early enough to take on my cargo I went to the bazaar of Biartelkis and told him of my discov cry Biartelkio was just closing his bazaar and when he heard of the linen he apt his laughter accompanied me back to my boat l took then to my cabin and set wine before them and weal to prepare the linen for examination I was suddenly attacked affil knocked down A fold of cloth leas placed In my- mouth I heard the young woman scream but could not go to herassistance I heard Biartelkis begging for mercy avd some one talking to him Then somq one took command of my boat and we moved down the river I wns kept in ignorance for hours your excellencies bht in the morning I was as tonished to see two men on board that T had never spen before One was a tall man looking like a Russian and the other was certainly an Osmanli They informed me that unless I and ray sailors did as 1 was bid I would be killed They did not release me but we kept on dowji the tier Just before we reached Salain they left the boat They told me that Bl5 elk had agreed to the sale of his daughter to an American wiho would board my boat at Salain staid that I must tike them both to Astrakhan They tome that I wuld be watched And unless I obeyed 1 would be filled They said I could not go back to Tiflis without be lug murdered was afraid your excellencies and did what they told me At Salain how ever it was not my intention to take on the American but to proceed until I reached a Russian gunboat when 1- would turn Over the young lady But the America n knew which boat she was on fur le came out in a small boat directly In my path and leaped board lIe threatened me with a 011I and I was compelled to do his Seeing et vessel on the Caspian lwh boo to jget assistance from thenI but they feared us and rim away The gunboat caifce iiiI told the officer the truth Isycar it by the prophets beard I liute told tile truth f know Hur1Iir did get on hisjbpat in the manlier he describes at Sanin Ihad taken Passage from Astilibad for Astrrtkhaii on a boat hutlonging to the Uerinan line They had also some machinery I wits goijig to exhibit at the fair Arriving at Salain the captain of the boat Informed me that I would have four hours fn wWcJi to see the town spent three hours and carne back to the wharf only tofee the steamer dis appearing I T wanted particularly to earlyiand there would not a up the Volga for another week after the one I had lost I was standing on s the wharf talking with a peasant when I saw the bout 6wniMl by Hassan com ing down ilieKinv tie hailed the boat and were Informed that she was hound frls an There I was itlth a we to stayin that place and t f a lOl IjliJ111l that wva glluiL straight to vbere I wanted to go The peasant pnt p vtH 1i4t ilru1t me out to rt I i board and rtiwit tLun Ituu not know uvtf the oiiiccr from tiat gunboat came on board that there was young lady there Colonel Jurnieff nodded and ali0ther man evidently of the poorest class spoke to the magistrate Thee dignitary started stared at Harvey andrsaid T kere appears to be a multitude of lies iii nil this testimony Let is her what this witness has to say J Sawn that Anieriean in Tiflis a week agolie said pointing at lIaru vjcy saw him in the bazaar Of JJi artolkis mid be spoke to him I saw muth gold change hands but do riot know what it was Ameri can took nothing a1va forjrbeTbat is the exclaimed Harvey I was JTake Ute to their rUbernUousnid hisdunbgeonAu tubs hurried to relate thein to Marie From the moment that Ana Jurnleff heard what hud taken plaefc at tbe trial she was a changed person So they have conspired between shesnikbcn l l me kitten in the hands of a tiger I lWTliaH seweQJ the tigers blood and I will show them the claws of another Jnniieff I will drive him or I will die with him trod bell me and give me strength CHAPTER VII A YOUNG LADY BUYS A TOAD OF IIAY the magistrate given his HAS ctc asked Alma Jurnieff as she met Orderly Alexander Borge in the cop rldor of the living rooms a few days after the trial 3 No decision has been made public Mlle Juiiiieff Tliere is much secrecy There js tp be a squad of prisoners sent to Siberia in a month I believe the American is numbered among them Siberia They Would not dare To sendan Innocent American to Siberia would bring on war j Not Jf lIe dicesaid Alexander with a shrug Sonic who are number ed for Siberia never start They die before the time comes Htisbl Here conies Colonel Jurnieff lIe walked away without saluting herr taut her face was devoid of expression when her eyes met those of her uncle I have news for you liesaldj close ly observing the girl The governor Is to glv h a ball to Prince DelI ikotf The prince will arrive In a few days He will to his new official duties while here and the governor wish es to entertain him There is no objection is there What are tht new duties of the prince He has been appointed inspector general of prisons forStavroppl Tiflia and Astrakhan it was probably tiirougb the influence of the general your father that he obtained this important post received a letter from your father today Would you like to e3did I will read it if you wise answered Alma listlessly it will save me tbe trouble o repeating hits wishes to you Take the letter to your room and study it Consider well its contents You will profit by meeting your fathers wlsbes in this matter IYou liave been severely pun ished I know by your semiimprison ment here Hereafter I am going to permit you to have your own way I went outonlcet time prince at the ball It may be necessary for you to make purchases You are at liberty to use the carriage any day between 2 and 4 Thank tau saidAlma She bowed arid went to her room Some plofshl murmured as she shut her door What deviltry is afoot fitrS lam asked to read a letter from my fatiior the first of his letters that have been even spoken of to me She sat down and read My tear Brother You will doubtless bo sunprlsed to hear of the appointment of Prince Bcllnlkoff tothe Important post of Inspector general of prisons It was a happy thought of mine to have him ap pointed to U position of power and impor tance sufficiently so to please him nnd make his sojourn in your portion of Rus sin not unwelcome It will bring him often to TitUs and give you an opportunity tto bring th prince and my obstinate aughter together It la probable that tho governor will entertain the prince If so n OCO ooocoooooooooaop6oooco OOOOOCCCCCOCCOCCOCOOCCCOCp Kelly Co Meat Dealers SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Offer to the trade at all times L The pest Fresh and Cured Meats We do not buy anything but the best Beef Cattle Porkers Etc therefore we are prepared to give to the trade the best of meats 000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO0000I GQOOOGGCOGGOGOOOOOOOOGOOOO r inuetcompIcr 11n a cUerisiud idea of mine to seem Iln1koifand Jterniieir- i r of Prince Alexis was io frii iIine anti we spot fr cii uUy ill ttinr laYs of the pleasure it chddruiIishit comes tome as the Princess Dell nikoff Wliap R kind and loving father ex claimed Auan as she crunched the letter in Imrbftttti This is a tbreatt threat that uiy uncle preferred to have me rend rzther than to tell me hinis lf Let themlthrejtteu But I will attend entertainingPilnceDulhrikoff prince in St Petersburg Have you received a letter at last mademoiselle asked Mhrie as she en tered turoom At lust Marie f nave been permit ted to rend a letter It is not however addressed to me It is one that was sent by my father to my nncle with some very interesting news Prince Dellnikoff is corning to Titlfe Heavens To be married I presume that is the real object generalInspector general He will be a proud one In that uniform Why so Marie What distinguish fig uniform does the inspector general of prisons wear hAllgolc1 lace mademoiselle It is fine I once knew the inspector general of prisons for Perm He was a grand looking man in his uniform 1 sliouid like to see Itsaid Alma with 4 smile I suppose I will have the opportunity soon I have a book with all the of Russia Shall I get Ito uniformsIi never mind Well will serve to pass away a few miser able moments Mario brought a little leather cover ed book t It Is Alexanders mademoiselle He hopes for promotion and is studying the fine uniform lie will wear Alexander is noble and faithful I hope he will win his promotion and not disgrace himself by assisting me mndemoilselleMany of the brilliant uniforms she rolThegeous affair all gold lace shiny boots theIgQlden Alma rose from her chair and placed it in a drawer- I like to look at them Marie she said Iwill keep the book awhile The approach of the governors ball in honor of the new inspector general of prisons roused great interest A governors hull was always a grand a fair but this one coming at tbe close of the fair with so ninny notables from all parts of the east in TItUs was cer allrotfItsout their best goods and displayed them to the best advantage Women of all nations began feverish shopping and preparing Officers of the garrison Persian grandees Chinese princes Turkish pashas vied with one another in their efforts to do credit to this great occasion Alma seemed imbued with the same spirit of rivalry One day as she and Marie were going out Jurnleff stopped Marie Marie he said what has brought the great change over your mistress Heretofore she bas been ihorose and sad n6w she is sniiling arid cheerfuL What has cqu ed It She acts like one who knew that her hover bad come to seedier Marift started Did lie know that Al ma was aware of tie presence of Irons in tlie prison It isnot that I think Colonel Jur niefT bijttuat perhaps one is conning Do you npcaimy u cannot mean the prince It n nbc though Mile Alma says little to tile Is he tot a great officer He Iras a high a nd honorable post tion He is inspector general of prisons All That enUg tells me your ex cellency I know v hat she wanted It for now Wanted what ion The bookthe pictures of uniforms I saw her studying the uniform of the inspector general of prisons She seemed plea d after that Jurn iefP turned away What was ithere in the generals let ter to produce this change be asked himself Itr remarkable I can now write to him that the Is in a fair to have hlsft wish gratiiied WtI ought to be promoted myself if comes oft What did my uncle ask you Marie inquired Alma as the carriage wnt being driven off JTIe had noticed that you were gay and smiling of late He asked me the cause I said I believed it was be cause the prince wits coming I told hUn you hud studied the uniforms of tlje inspector general yf prisons and pleased1I Arriving at one of the largest ba mars Mum left Marie in the carriage and proceeded to do her shopping alone Sine gums attired becomingly her gown setting off her form to advantage Among th r things slit purchased was a long cloak reaching almost to the ground having a hood for covering the head in winter Permit me lady to carry your pur chases to your carriage r said tbe mer chantYou may but not yet I shall need some more things I am going toa cafe for lunch and shall wear my new hood and cloak These Persians arid Turks stare at one so When I return i shall make more purchasesj fI i 7 s s lt 8 t eI 9j 1 llarnessy j 1 And IWe Saddles have just received a large shipment of Saddles and Wagon Harness and are prepared to quote some interesting prices See us before buying COALI-s not generally s tad a luxury but good coal h when to coal is a luxury We handle the givetestsman-ytp H The Farmer i Will finclf our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons havebeenfoundevery experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world Special Sale on Winter Lap Robes f tlIf you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps artmnin toftenis very necessary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness McClure Wells Springfield Ky 88 elele8 eleleele ele el e I will await your return with impatience lady and your goods will remain in my charge Nqt even Marie noticed the cloaked figure that came from the bazaar drosky was standing near and Alm stepped into it Take me to the hay wharfs shje said The ivoshtshik stared but the money that was put into his hand was man times the regular charge and he di d not hesitate H The hay wharfs on the Kur wpre in themselves part of the show Boats o all descriptions crowded against one another for the supply of hay need during the fair for the horses and els was very great The shouts of Cir cassians GeorgIans and Turks and Persians were deafening Alma sat in her drosky and looke about Jit the busy scene These hay boats were mostly from the towns along the upper Buts and the Volga They were of all kinds sizes and degrees of safety Those from the Volga were the largest for they needed sta bility to travel on the Caspian Neat one of those with an Astrakhan and crew she halted ownerI No subjects of the czar 8trn1khnnswar that Astrakhan was subdued and her fealty has never been more th- ar 1 1dre you not from the lower vtillcv of the rogu in nominal Every little while some new mollah rises to preach a holy war and anew crusade against thCj Muscovite begins The Astrakhan seated upon the prow of his boa ir was tall dark and pictur regardfishay beQii ng Himself As i oh d riUnd he saw a small white flricej baokminir him He satin CONTINUED ON EIGHTH PAGE kr I a WANTED Colored man and wife with small family Man to do farm work woman to do cooking house fur nished J R CONNOR Byit iouedTHE BEST GROCERIES IH RETURN FOR YOUR MONEYd U O+ r yourlLittle Savings Every week win present a big SpendII Moof x 1With me every week forone year your savings to enough to buy your wife a handsome Christmas present iT Irvin McE1ry Springfield Ky LITTLE DELIGHTS IN THE WAY OF MEATS At all times you will find mmy Mealfc Market the best of every kind of fimeat Try some Minced Ham Booneless Pis Feet fj 5 Standard Rib bast OIdHatit tSau3age t Stakes etc Telephone me when t3 nfce piece of meat and iit 1Jti on your kitchen table in ten minutes TVMPENTER r Ikrt j t i i i A B w Hj Kfl H COMING COMING ri t Direct from the Importers of New York a Large and JIHandsome t Line of Wedding and Card Party Gifts r 1 H1- Hagan t 1 BroN y r 1 6 the j iI aw BmBJ 1J 1JIr BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 11yF R Toombs tered to where Alma sat She got down from her seat and spoke in whispers Are you not from the lower valley 1of the Volga am sweet lady I have come from Astrakhan with hay to sell Is it sold 1 Alas not yet The fair Is breaking up and there is less demand for hay Will you sell it at a good price and deliver it where command If the price be sufficient sweet lady X win carry it to Moscow What is the price you get for your hay at this wharf This loafl will bring me 300 rubles If you will take a passenger keep your tongue still and deliver the hay where I bid you will give you 2000 rubles It is a fortune sweet lady Wher- shall deliver the hay At the port of Astrabad Persia agree But the passenger Is a man Remain at this spot he is ready Under the cover of my hay he wil be safe Sweet lady you may rel upon me I am Cbarka of the town Ashkar Ask for Die when you wan me 1 am at your feet Return to the bazaar from which I 1r came said Alma to the ivoshtshik am growing reckless she mused Two weeks ago I shivered if had to look my uncle in the face I dared not go a step beyond the limits set But now The blood of the Jurnleffs Is aroused Arriving at the bazaar 5hem deari other purchase walked to the carriage answered Maries question as to what kept her so long and in half an hour was buck In her As Colonel Jurnieff passed her door he stopped a look of astonishment oh his next he said She Is actu welL Why the girl Is already happy Ias well as conquered Really my brothers influence must get me promoted 1 am too great a diplomat to be governor of a prison I should be- St In Petersburg- As his footsteps died away the love song came to an abrupt end TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Comband Brush Trays Salad Bowls Oval Comports y BonBon Trays Salad Saucers Berry Sets S Painted China China Novelties f Chop Dishes Welsh Rarebit Plates j IN p c have J r J == = w t I Q r I I I I I f4 I I apartments f Hand = Bent Her Double I knew no one for four weeks when I was sick with typhoid and kidney trouble writes Mrs Annie Hunter pf Pittsburgh Pa and when I got better although I had one of the best doctors I could get I was bent double and had to rest my hands on my knees I walked From this terrible affliction I was rescued oy Bitters which restored my health and strength and now I can walk as straight as ever The are simply wonderful Guaran Price 50c Mr W T Wells of Willisburg was in town Monday and while herehe paid dise business and announces that he will soon ngag in the sane business with his fat er at Willisburg OUR Gives the housekeeper an oppor OUR REPUTATION IS AT YOU KNOW We will appreciate your trade and will do our utmost to make you appreciate Your Trading Place BEEVES WANTED W6 are in the market at all times s F TCOX CO Springfield Ky I am prepared to do all kinds of gun smithing filing saws furniture re paired making carving knives also all kinds machinery overhauled and re paired Terns reasonable All work guaranteed ED LAWRENCE Mill 15 T And CROP I WILLISBURG STOCK ITEMS Mr T W Reed sold his crop of tobacco for 11 per hundred PiCheatham sold his crop of tobacco for 11 Tom Handsby sold his crop for Railey Bros of Versailes bought of W S Gibbs ia Chester Dare mare for 225 W S Gibbs sold to Moffit Gibbs a of twoyearold mules for 235 to vim Fitzla pair fr215 also onto R Mattinlglyfor 125 Mr Gibbs bought a brdwn gelding from George Clark for 90 Dee Hyatt sold to WS Gibbs a two yearold Chester Dee stallion Messrs T M Badgett and J L Muddof sold to Lexiugtori parties two jacks at 350 Robt Brady of Prathers Creek sold his tobacco in Louisville last week at 10 per hundred net Prentice Mays of Prathers Creek sold a sevenyearold mare last court day to Springfield parties for 100 W H Hplderman of Prathers Creek sold his crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco Company at 8i cents The are from the Elizabethtown News QS Bond ojf Vine Grove sold a car season but eac of these mules were extra We understand that Messrs Ross and Heady of LaRue county sold a car load of mules this week in the South at 75 a headwhich cost them 115 at home John Hubbard sold a carload at 105 that cost 115 Bowling Green Times The best pair of mules seen hereabouts for a long time was sold by Harry Lazarus to Smith for 450 They are 16 hands high and the two weighed 2970 pounds They will be shipped to Atlanta and i is believed they bring a fancy price there i Chocolate Pots aHand Plates Tea Cups and Oak Leaf Trays Salad Art Vases I Cut Glass Bisque Novelties Cake Strawberry Jam Sets ANEW PATTERN HOPEN STOCK DECORATED It DISHES ABOUT FEBRUARY We evrything Grocery Market affords Everything neat and clean Hagan1Bros 5 Springfield Ky PgBaBgBBBra SOLDIERQFr COMMERCE Eidentlyiny kidneydisorders recentlydisposed +MEAT + MARKET freshe Stake upbytelephone Notice rMaiksiiGreens LAND STOCK Hurrahfor MqIntire followingitems lJteadThiSiS finee Decorated Saucers Setsr Pla1esji II1tfREDERICKSTOWN Misses Anna May and Rosa Osborne visited Mrs Hugh Aubery at this place Mrs Logan Cecil has returned from St Joseph Mo A delightful sleighride was given in honor of Miss Grace Sisco who is visiting her aunt Mrs M L Connor It was given by a few of Fredericks towns most popular young men The snow was just right and all had a delightful time Paul Shauntyis now muchbetter Misses Margaret Hagan Lena Logs don Florence Edelenof Springfield attended the NallyWillett wedding last Tuesday Jan 24 Mrs Dave Payne visited her daugh tee Mrs Lucien Porter one day last week J aeti Shaunty of this place has her cousins Mr and Mrs SpringfieldMiss has been visiting her sister Mrs John Hinton of this place HARDESTY Frank Montgomery visited his sister Mrs Ida Felter in Mercer county last week R L Gray entered school at Spring field Monday Miss Lela Qobdlet is visiting her uncle J5 W Walls at Pleasant Grove M V Sutherland of Chaplin spen several days last week with J H Grays family Misses Fannie and Mattie Williams were the guests of Miss Ollie Paris last Wednesday Russell Hardin spent last Sunday with his aunt Mrs Emma Yancey Miss Della Virgin closed her school a FridayT has gone to house keepingon the S G Hardesty farm Again good of the county beingburnedJ H Gray and wife spent an neaChaplin MAryCrowFWiGray and J M Sale were town Friday on business Sick Headache This distressing ailment results from a disordered condition of the stomach All that is needed to effect a cure is a dose or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack may be warded off or greatly lessened thesetHaydon j a 1F- t TheIPeoples Grocersv5 at 3T r I I v i o i f MARKETS SpringUeldiMirket Bacon Hams 15c Sides 12c Be wnx2tcPer pound Bhtter 15c to 20c per pound ChickensHens 6Hc Spring 8c to lOc Driedapples 5c per pound Ducks Sc per pound q corn Meal 75c per busheL Eggs 23c per dozen Feathers I6c per pound FlbursLi5i to 3W Ginseng 750 per pound Ohiln Wheat SL15 corniiSOc Oats tOe Hides Green Tc toLard lOc per pound Llme to loo per barreL Mill productJro ran loo shiP8tt per 00 pounds Potatoes Country 63c to 75c Onions100SaltI45 L85 per barrel TurkeyslIe per pound Tallow 5e per pound Vinetcar to 4oc per galIoniWool Bnrry and greasy HHc clear grease tub washed 23c Country Sorghum I5cto50c Gee a00per dozen Onion SetsSI50 Live Stock Market j wCATTLE choice to prime shipping steersI 28 to Medium to good shipping steers 4 oo to i 25 choice butcher steers 3 75to4 28 3t78 28 canners 76tol75 Good to choice feeders 3 Sato conunmon to medium feeders 2 20 to 2 50 3h50 75 coal to choice stock heifers 2 00 toy 50 common to medium stock heifers 50 to 2 00 Main light mixed stockersu 2 00 to2 50 3trx choice veal calves 600 toll 00 common to medium calves 00 to I 00 choice to fancy mUch ws35 00 to 40 Medium to good milch cows 20 00 to 30 rlaln common milch cOw8r15 00 to 20 00 HOGS 1r88 o oo 86 choice lightship 12o to ICo Ibs 465 choice pigs 9o to 12o Ibs 440 oood pgs8o to loo Ibs 4 28 41n8 SHEEP AND LAMBS oood to extra shipping sheep 3 50 to rairtogood 2 5o to3 5o common to medium 50 to 2 So Ducks 2 ooto 3 oo Extra shipping lambs 6 00 to 6 5o Best butcher lames53oto8a-ir 00 F to good butcher Iambsn 3o to 5 So common tall end lambs S 5o to 45o FOR RENtTwo rooms on sec and floor of Peoples Deposit Bank Building Fire Furnished r t 1JENSONTON We did not read anything from the Sparrow or the Owl last week Guess they havent flew down since this extremely cold weather has been upon us or it is too cold for the young men to do anything worthy of notice SunUAmuchiinterest The editor deserves many compliments for such a good paper May it live and reach the home WashingtonandC W Green has three jvery sick children at present one es ially is very low They have typhoid fever Best jr is very low of pneu monia and his recovery is doubtful This is his third attack of this disease and we trust he will soon be out again listgriphopetoSUBSCRIIERS FREE COLUMN H R Thompson Springfield has for sale 12 yearling mules wi1IseD in pairs tor as a whole u Lloyd Parrott near Springfield has f handshighteen 800 and 900 pounds 11 FDNoorchard grass seed n LorettoIor one threeyearoJdJack11 FDmules also a quantity of baled hay 11 T Scott Mayes Springfield has forsale a thoroughbred Hereford Bull one year old U 00James Moran R F D No Ip has for sale a few shocks of sorghum and 3500 bundles of oats t wantsto buy100 good shocks of fodder 10 DNo3mules one good farm mare and two good work horses DNohay and straw also 1 good milch cow and calf 10 J B Hill Rr F D No 2h8 for saddIeMdharness10 hasforsaIeasixyearoldinaree 12 rDand mules 12 x t