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H +4 I lPerYr rVOLUME I KY FEBRUARY 8 1905 NUMIER U RACE FOR LIFE Mrs Curd of Tatham Springs Has Narrow Escape From Pack of Hounds on Her Return Home From Springfield Harrodsbuigkis recovering from a very exciting ex- periencei She went to Springfield and bought some furs of the fox variety She was rather late in driving back home Several lovers of the chase from the edge of Mercer and Anderson counties were out fox hunting When + Mrs Curd was irf a few miles of home she heard the baying of hounds in the distance Presently the dogs were in close iBeingaloneMrs Curd became thoroughly frightened as the dogs infur iated because of the pear approachof what they thought was the victim of To the Editor The Springfield Sun to Please allow the undersigned who las been engaged in growing burley tobacco for a number of years to sub nitibrthe consideration of the readers fyourpaper a few observations per Otainingto the burley tobacco interests on Washington county All casual observers have been aware that for a year or more there has been a faithful I effort on the part of a few men in different parts of the burley toT acco territory to convince the people thatthey are being ground to the earth by the oppression of the tobacco trust and to urge them to perfect some sort of an organization by which their in jterests may be protected Jt seems that these gentlemen have been sue cessful in their efforts to the extent of arousing thepeople and convincing thathat their only relief is to perfect an organization There are some people in our com inunity who profess to befavorable toy the growers organization but we can read between the lines and see that they c if aCCO by the facts thus obtained attempt tofl convey the idea that the tobacco trust is a friend of the grower and intimates that the attempted organization of the Ht people is a waste of time 1 notice in a published statement las week in attempting to exploit the gen eros tyof the trust that during th rstti year of that organizations busi ness in Ap county towit 1901 it purchaseo094295 pounds of for which it paid 7422063 or 6 cents per pound and that the 78100It expenses in this community to 254334 During the second or in 1902 itpurchased 1919020 pounds for which was paid 11932626 or 6 21100 cents per pound and paid operat ing expenses for handling the crop3r 63L07 During the third year or 1903 it purchased 2223640 pounds for which ft paid 16897012 or 7 59100 cents per pound and paid operating expenses fo tl handling this crop 409250 Thus it is made to appear by this statement that for the three years the Continental tCd purchased 5234955 pounds paying therefor 36251707 at an average price of 6 92100 cents per pound and paid the cost of handling the tobacco I s for the said three years of 1426691 1 I By this statement it is attempted to show that the city of Springfield imao haverbeen benefited to the receiving a portion of the money paid to handle the crop On the other hand it may be seen from this statement that while the city of Springfield may hay e during the three years referred to re ceived a portion of the 1426691 paid out as expenses in handling the crops by the trust the trust has withheld from the people of Washington county over 16500000 which it would have paid them for their three years cro had it paid them the prices it is now paying for the crop of 1904 It is agreed that the crops of 190 1902 and 1903 were very short and it said that the crop of 1904 is greatly excess of an average crop By th published statement it is intimated that the attemptedorganization of the Grow ers Company has had no effect toward increasing the price of tobacco In re sponse to this I beg to call attention the fact that from the time the mark for the crop of 1904 opened it was un 4 determined whether or not the Grow ers Organization would be a suet es that during this time of uncertainty 4 tr i L Ibt rinflth junIbEVO ED TOTHE INTERESTS OF W ASHINGTqN COUNTY l ISPRINGFIELD WEDNESDAY their chase overtook her She drove faster and faster but the dogs kept up with her and made strenuous efforts to get into the buggy Mrs Curd had all she could do to keep the dogs from jumping into the vehicle Several of the hounds were injured bythe wheels of the buggy run ning over them After an exciting drive and in an exhausted condition she reached home when her husband suc ceeded in driving the hounds away It was explained that the faithful dogs were turned from the original trail by the smell of the furs in Mrs Curds possession and that they were coming across the road when she was driving near them Dcathju Indiana toBenryvilleof his brother Jesse who died at that place Sunday jnight of consumption The deceased h s visited in Springfield frequently and has many friends here He was an excellent gentleman and was admired by many people because of his amiable disposition I Tobacco Growers Card booksi the outcome of the movement the Continental Tobacco Ckipany has ac coming to the Publis statement purchased about 1000000 pounds of the crop of 1904 and it is a well known fact that for this crop the it has it paid an average of over 10 cents per pound What has caused this increase- in price The general conclusion is that it was caused by the agitation of the proposed Growers Organization Suppose the Continental had paid the same price for the small crops of 1901 1902 and 1903 that it has paid and is now paying for the large crop of 1904 what would have been the result As shown above the crop for the three years preceding the crop of 1904 the aggregate amount was 5234955 pounds which at 10 cents per pound would to 52351750 For these crops there was actually paid 362517 show ing difference of 164978 If a partial organization for three ears would have secured this large amount for the growers of Washington t ounty what would have beenthe effect an organization3iadbeenperfectedac cording to the plans of those who are ow attempting to secure a complete organization It is said that if the proposed organi zation should fail the Continental To thetprese over per pricesea fraction above cost of production If the trust does take this course in e event of the failure of the Grow Organization it will be clearly de monstrated what a thorough organiza ion of the growers cobld and would accomplish My advice is that should the trust succeed in defeating the growers organization to handle the crop of 1904 theo organization should profit by their experience in the past and begin with renewed energy to organize to handle a1rvation for the grower The men who are lat the head of the organization need the encouragement of every to bacco grower in the State They can do nothing unless the growers will co operate with them and lend their as sistance If the efforts of the mina ers of the BurleyGrowers Company to handle the crop of 1904 should fail le- the growers in each county call mass conventions and express by resolution that the organization should be per fected to handle the crop of 1905 and give the managers to understand that the people are with them and will 1verconsentto give up the fight until the trust shall acceed to reasonable de mends of the growers to pay them fair prices the product of their labors fOr A TOBACCO GROWER PfANTIOCti hayise guestisHerman Colvin of Sharpsville wa here Sunday V Theodore Pulliam and family are the pleasant guests of his parents hereto Miss Eddie Colvin is visiting her etsister Mrs Janie Kays this week Frank Gillis has been very ill but is much better flow t1eas ztIttItIzt i vI IV w Millions of Money i Works Wonders Z XTY indication points to the dawning of a period in our national life EVE it is going to require heroic and determined efforts on the part of great masses of people to stem a tide which is drifting them toward s rfdom These are not idle words existing conditions warrant the statement Ljittle by little the nefarious work of a coterie of money grabbers and shylocks- i showing itself upon the records of the country the web is being woven just as certain as the days are dawning and dying Patroits like Bryan have been telling the people of the dangers which are waiting them and advising that they organize to combat the evils which are now existing and which are daily borniag President Roosevelt also warns the people of the disasters with which the country is threatened and announces in emphatic language that he will do all in his power to thwart the plans of those yhq are engaged in an effort to 1world for the pearls of the sea To say the least the President is determined man he has the fight iri him and hie seldom flickers If he earnestly wages t war against the evils he knows are existing he will make it uncomfortablejfor the hatchers of mean schemes and the builders of highways over which a nation of great people are reluctantly marching to a quagmire below and a log oer head As an evidence of his sincerity and of his determination to bring about a change for the better Mr Roosevelt has announced that unless Congress enacts legislation making our i iterstate commerce laws more stringent he will call the body togetherin ex tjra session and will keep the Representiyes in Washington all summer Indeed if Rooseyelt carries out his program he will retire from the Presidency a much loved and a much honored man Let us hope that he is the Moses who is to lead us out of bondage Millions of money works wonders Sometimes for good but oftener for bad It persuades them men to do that which is criminal more frequently than persuades todo that which is benevolent It too of tenbecomes a brush ing agency and too infrequently an uplifting agency If an abundance of wealthoneyhas been the cause of the crumbling of more governments than any other ten causes recorded in history The avaricious dispositions of mentheir untiring Efforts in looting the vaults of the people have been the cause of some of the bloodiest wars in the history of the world People are too slow to see the dangers with which they are threatened they wait until the knocking is heard at their own doors Evidences of the moneygrabbing disposition of men Were never before brought so close to the homes of the people of Washington county as at the present time J For several months a number of farmers and a few faithfulfriends have been exerting every energy and rising every honorable means to organize the Burley Tobacco Growers Company an organization which would guarantee to the farmer a fair Jiving price for his tobacco The purpose of the Growers Company is not to demand or to exact an exhorbitant price from the manufacturer but to guaranteet the producers a price which will make the cultiva ion of burley tobacco profitable at least to the extent that the farmer can realize a laborers wages from his crop Therefore an organization of this nature is perfectly legitimate It is not as some have claimed an effort to organize a trust to fight a trust It is simply a plain business proposition In fother words it is an effort being put forth thesuccessful culmination of which jwill mean that the farmer is to be a factor in the transaction of his own affairs From the very day of the birth of the movement to perfect an organization of the burley tobacco growers there has been a determined a stubborn effort on the part of the tobacco trust to retard progress in that direction It has left no stones unturned in its efforts to destroy the Burley Company Per raps it has resorted to tactics of which we know nothing Millions Of money work wonders i The tobacco trust is a powerful organization it has countless thousands behind itand some of these thousands are made up partly by the- money it failed to pay to the farmers of Washington county for their crops of 11901 1902 and 903 But notwit standing the determined fight of the tobacco trust the Burley Growers Company has made fair progress toward organization It has met every demand of the New York financiers who are to finance the company and now if at this late day it fails to materialize the cause cannot be attributed to a lack of patriotism or support oh the part of the farmers and their friends It will be due to a breaking of faith to a disregard of promises by the financiers or their representatives Indeed if the company fails at organization in View of the contracts aijd pledges made to the promoters it wilts em very r Wemuchhope that it is not a failure we hope from the bottom of our Heart that the Growers Company will become a reality But if it is a failure it will be an otherof the thousands of instances in which millions of money iq the hands of a few becomes victorious over the many If the Burley Growers Company is crushed certainly the fight should not twithrenewed life and determination Never permit yourself to court surrender It requires a stubborn fight to win the prettiest laurels iThe Sun though its efforts may be feeble pledges a loyal support to the Burley Tobacco Growers movement It is with you through thick and thin through trials and tribulations 1JR G Mr ZION Since our last letter the boys and girls have been enjoying sleigh rides and skating and if the ground hoc true we may indulge in some time yet proPhecjiS rvin Williams who was at days last week has re sZack Crow is here from Illinoison businessMrs Baily Pinkston and daughter Ora spent one day last week with Mrs Mattie Briggs at Polin Jas Welch was in Springfield last week on business Herbert Grume visited friends at Fairfield last week q a George Russell is very sick at present Mr Yeager and family spent last Saturday at the home of H B Bonta Vallas Pinkston has gone to Louise for a few weeks stay Mrs Kate Williams was in Bloom field last weekiGrand Hendron of Springfield spent Sunday with his sister Mrs Yeager The party at Mr Carters was well attended by the boys the fairer sex being kept away by the snowy weather The Texes Legislature passed a bill forcing persons giving ground for ac singleIon extract t iot l5j J t bill i Recently defeated candidate for the Republican nomination for United States Senator of Indiana TRUSTS r HAND Begin To Show In the Tobacco r Deal Outlook Gloomy For the Growers Company Cincinnati 0f February iThe pros pects of successfully closing the 10 000000 tobacco deal seems to become remote as the committee of Eastern capitalists impOses new conditions from day to day and it was reluctantly ad mitted in tobacco circles tonight that the interested parties were as far apart as they had been a week ago Archi bald Stuart who represented he Bur Icy Tobacco Growers Association ini the New York negotiations is expected to arrive in Cincinnati tomorrow after noon accompanied by representatives of the New York financial interests who are coming with new conditions to be imposed While conferences will be held it is now generally conceded that the outlook looks somewhat gloomier Mr Stuart is quoted as having said that the combine interests in New York City have been at work with a view to discouraging the loan This brings up the speculation upon the peculiar attitude which the tobacco combine has taken in the present tobacco war The dominant figures in the Tobacco Trust today are John D Rockefeller and the Standard Oil interests The same interests dominate theNational City Bank of New York and all the lesser lights in the financial worlcTof Gotham That they could bring enough pressure to bear to discourage any financial enter prise is conceded in financial circles That they have exerted a secret in fluence to lead to the gradual failure of the present gigantic venture is now be ing freely charged in tobacco circles It was also admitted tonight that but 8000000 of the 10000000 still stood ready to stand by the original contract and that the difficulties which confront ed the representatives of the association included the one of still raising the additional 2000000 Death At Greensburg News was received here Saturday of the death of Car the little threeyear olds n of Mr and Mrs R L Durham of Greensburg He was ill ohly two days of brain trouble Mr Durham is well known here being Common wealths Attorney of this district Their many friends here deeply sympathize with them in their bereavement Mrs Mary Roger who was sentenced to be hanged at Waterbury Vt tomorrow was reprieved until June 2 One death and four cases of illness were caused by supposed ptomaines in canned tomatoes at Chicago An advance of a dollar a ton is announced on wire and wire products a l N1N NNNNNNN MM ii pages i i i MULESDYING lr Of Gastric Musdc Luther Je ions of Wiislwrg hasist 1 five In Ten Days For the past two weeksa number of mules belonging to Mr Jenkinsv of near Willisburg have been suffering and dying fro an unknown disease he having 10s1five in the past ten days He the veterinary surgeon of this place and he pronounced the disease gastric muscle Several more of Mr Jenkins horses and mules are afflicted with the same malady but it is not thoughtthatitwDI prove so fatal as he has procured a treatment for the animals Gastric muscle is said to be similar to influenza and if not properly managed is usually fatal The loss is quite a severe one and it is to be hoped that Mr Jenkins will succeed in curing the otheranimalsT which are afflicted Death of Mr Mclntire In the death of Mr Thomas A lielntire at his home at Mclntire last Wednesday the county loses one of its most honored and respected citizens Ha had been ill for some time and his death was expected by his family and friends Mr McIntire was born March 28 1833 and had spent the greater part of his life in Washington county and was perhaps as well and favorably known as any man in the county At one time he was county assessor and it was while serving in this capacity that he made many friends who were devoted to him through life The deceased was a devout member of the Catholic church and also a prominent member of the Catholic Knights of America and was every ready to extend aid to those in need His death is not only mourned by his familybt by all who knew him He leaves four sons and oneidaughter to mourn his death to whom a host of friends extend condolence Dropped Dead l Sergeant Ky February 4 Deputy Sheriff Henry D Day aged40 dropped dead at Whiteburg under peculiar con ditions A week ago Day went to arrest Johm Whittaker oil a minor charge He resisted and a battle ensued in which Whittaker was taken to the County Jail Since then Day has been con stantly at Whittakers side administer ing to his wants Today he whit tri the ail The sight of awn vie was more than Day ii1tlMrand iodropped dead a t r i IiIi An AxeII 4 To GrindCOften causes the meal to be Gate or the house tjo get cold etc etc Use the Blue Diamond Axe Jand it will not necessary to resort to grind ing every few weeks They stay sharp be cause they aIje made of sharp stuff Buy aone and you will never buy another because one will last You a lifetime if you take proper care of It Y The Blue Diamond Saws Chissels Edge Tools and Drawing Knives have no sum perior Hemembe BUY NO OTHER BRAND We have Ranges for sale They will condition and sold at a low price twoSlcondhand f Schultz Ii CABBAGE SNAKESkesSays Are Mere vile Times But The Elizabeth town r Mirror Sees EmI Elizabethtown MirrorI We haveiread a great deal about the cabbage snake and have heard more Montdaiwe htyl the pleasure of seeing the aocalledgabbage snake It was shown to us by Mr J M Rihn On Sunday Mrs Chas Rihn went to cook some cabbage for dinner and found the snake lying in a leaf next to the heart of the cabbage It was in color as all other cabbage snakes are describedand was about an inch and a half long It was dead when we saw it We do not know and do not pretend to say whether the cabbage snake is poisonous but We do know that a great many people have quit using the vegetable on account of the existence of the worm lti Louisville Times Several months ago an enterprising kr who dwelt in the Tennessee mountains and earned his dishonest bread by writing fakes for the burnt orange journals of New York wrote a story concerning the deadly cabbage snake a reptile which he may have seen in afit of delerium tremens or which he may have Conjured up from an undrugged imagi nation for the purpose of makingcopy The cabbage snake liar probably looked into the future no further than the day upon which he hoped to receive a remittance for his string but no spreading adder ever spread as did the cabbage snake and the public from Xennebunk to Coronado Beach believes that harmless worms are poisonous snakes The cabbage snake has now passed t into history as one of the notable news paper fakes of the decade The cab bage crop has also passed several million dollars being lost because of the fakeIt is comforting to lovers of good cabbage or of cold slaw to learn that the cabbage snake is mythical but great damage was done by irre sponsible persons who perpetrated the fake The irresponsible faker nQ mat tel whether he be a correspondent re siding at Squedunk or an irresponsible editor immune by virtue of the insolvency of his medium of slander is ant enemy to the people The editor whose Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VicePresident 3A Boulware Cashier Chw 3L McChord Aast Cashier H C Lee Geo D Robertson W L Graham a O L 1J BlanfordYtr Your Banking Business i Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed imagination teems with the cabbage snake of civic corruption is a more per sistent faker than the country corre spondent and therefore a greater nui sance Sometimes he represents an organization hoping to gain ascendency by crying down the existing order of things Sometimes he is only a mel ancholy Jacques He is always a coin mon nuisance and he always works injuries beyond his power of making te paration Indictments B Y the Wholesale Danville Ky Feb grand jury of the Boyle Circ itCourt which has just adjourned brought in fortysix indictments against the Standard Oil Company There are two charges in the indictments peddling oil without license and selling uninspected oil The cases were continued until the April term of court The company has been doing business here for several years and this is the first time that charges of this kind have been brought against it Residents have complained of late of the poor class of oil soldinDanvi1le and County Attorney Price with the grand jury in vestigated the tatter with the above result resides the indictment there are over twenty against the Wiedeman Brewing Company for violating the cal option law The company has had an agent in Danville for several months who has been soliciting business on the mail order system With ten indictments against thei Louisville and Nashville railroad to gether with the above the next term of court promises to be an interesting- one Wants Husband Executed St Louis Mo Feb 3In a letter to Chief of Detectives Desmond Mrs Celestine Barton first wifejof Lord Barrington urges the speedy execution of her first husband who is in jail a Clayton under sentence of death for the murder of TJ McCann She de blares that he will find some way to escape if the death penalty is not imposed soonMrs Barton paints Barringtons past record even blacker than was revealed at the trial accusing him of almos- every crime The following excerpt from her letter gives an idea of her feelings He is ari ingrate ticketofleave man exconvict burglar housebreaker mur derer bigamist forger swindler and a villian of the worst order and at present awaiting death for murder Wake up you folks of St Louis and rid the worm a viper Never until hear of the to welcome news his death can I feel that the end of hi toIbefore lJH Champion Dead +Harrodsburg Democrat Mr John H Champion of the Shaker Beud vicinity died last Sunday morning of causes incident to old age bein eightyfour years old The funeral sertceswere conducted Monday after noon at 2 oclock from his late resi dence and the interment followed in the family burying ground Afraid of Strong Medicines Many people stiffer for years from rheumatic pains tad prefer to do so rather than take the strong medicines notknowingmay be had by applying Cnam berlains Pain Balm and without taking byCt I t The ootsteps of Angels When the hours of day are numbered And the voices o5 the night Wake the better soul that slumbered To a holy calm delight f Ere the evening lamps are lighted grimandjtaIJShadows Dance upon the parlor wall departedEnterThe beloved ones the true hea ted Come to visit me once mpre cherishedNoble perishedWeary weaklyWhoFolded their pale hands so meekly Spake with us on earth no more And with them the bmmteous giverMoreme lAnd is now a saint in heaveni footstepComes Takes the vacant chair beside me Lays her gentle hand in mines And she sits and gazes at me eyesLikeLooking downward from the skies Uttered not yet comprehendedl Is the spirits voiceless e Soft rebukes in blessings ended Breathing from her lips of air Oh though oft depressed and lonely All my fears are laid as ide If I but remember only Such as these and died Henry W Longfellow Bitten By Mad Dog Scottsville Ky Feb2Aryie the fourteenyearold daughter of the late A FJ Follis was attacked and fparfully bitten by a mad dog at her home near Petroleum Her condition is serious After biting Miss Follis the dogwent to the residence of Andrew Foster and bit Mr Foster after which the animal was killed Mr Foster and Miss Follis have been taken to Franklin where ia mad stone will be applied to their wo nds Perryville Folk Elate Danville Ky Feb 2The citizens of Perryville are elated over the pros pects of an electric railroad and have called a citizens meetingfor Saturday afternoon to appoint committes and to take definite ste 33 toward securing the road which is tc be built from Burgin to the Cumber and river Perryville citizens think it n1y a time until the United States Government will make a national park of thebattle field and are usi g this as an induce ment to the line to build the road via that city George W Edwards cash ier of the Perryville Bank is the leader of the movement The Doctrine of SelfHelp or n number of sears past this land has been flooded witha class of literature urging the readers to pin their faith during sickness discqurage merit and poverty upon something be sides religion and the tried and ap proved rules for seeking health contentment and progress The promot ers of this literature and the methods advocated therein assume that the average man and woman of today the will is in a state of decadence a sitraiige assumption with regard to a people where personal power is supposed to be strongly cultivated The prevjalence of this new teaching for new It is in its application at least is evidence that many worthy people are distressed about their ways of handling them selehof getting on in the world and seek help from without tIn default of outside help through religious faith or from natural moral guides the weak soul which nears sim ply the undeveloped and undisciplined person conscious of imperfections may resort to auto hypnotism or self disci P line self control and sell help with full followpertnot the product of resolutions within but of battles wltlioutJ Any trio any prolonged effort to do something Wortji while strengthens the will power Ev ery one has a reserve of subconscious power which Is never appreclatcjd until it Is put to a severe test The see ond struggle Is won through with Ifttlicapfconstines the effort and make sure prog ress The average parent or teacbeif Is a hypnotist without laying claim tp ape cial powers Any exercise of personal moral power to buoy up and Influence others is hypnotism tind the bes hyp notists are those natural guides and teachers who are in daily contac with their subjects and slice to their weak heedsland then left to paddle his or pelf own canoe Lifes battles are not to be shunned but tackled bravely The jsoul must fight tt out alone with faith and patience There is no shortcut to health or happiness or wealth and no Ism whateerl8nome or how ever Its can be trusted to work out salvation Our helper our strength Is within Fire at East St Louis caused a loss estimated at 265000 I I 11 iHM I 1 FIFTEEN DAYS i+ t From this date and our liberal clubbing offer will expire SifIJ 1+ S1zl1Ot tc ttit 1 AND GETa titiit iarmand fireside i w ttt The Springfield Sun Springfield Ky M WllUSBURGI We are having the severest winter we have had for several years and if there is anything in the ground hog saying it will continue so for at least six weeks We are having lots of snow which is fine on the wheat Winfield Lawson of this vicinity will move to Lexington Ky in the near future to make his home Zack Crow of Illinois hiss returned to this county on business Preston Mattingly and a Miss Baker were were married Feb 2 Kevi A Sims officiating They will li near eI this place Turner Scruggs is no bettrand in a critical condition An operation was performed Thursday Dr W W Hyatt John EL Perkins and D W Crouch are on the sick list Born to the wire of Wade Hardin a thirteenpound girl S Co Shirley of Tablow visited J W Shirley last week Miss Annie Mcllvoy and Messrs Alvje Foster and W B Shirley spent last Sunday with Miss Addie Foster of Tatham Springs Mrs Fanny Shealy was the pleasant guest of Miss Elizabeth Shirley Friday lastMr and Mrs Rufus Foster and little daughter Thelma visited his father C C Foster of Tatham Springs last weekJohn Reynolds and Jerome Wells traded horses Friday Richard Pinkston was in Springfield Monday on business Mrs Rose Hughes visited her son Fred Hughes last Wednesday and ThursdayJohn is visiting in Mackville this week Mrs Will Sims visited Mrs Nimrod Hendron Thursday last Miss Artie Sutton visited her grand mother Mrs Robert Mcllvoy this week Fred Sutherland of this place is at tending the Graded School at Spring fieldThe dogs made a raid on W S Gibbs sheep but he found them out before they did any damage We heed a dog law there too many worthless dogs in the country Our blacksmith W B Shirley has introduced a new plan for making sleighs He makes the runners and attaches them to the running gear of the buggy They are made of iron and steel and can be adjusted in five min utes What has become of the Owl and the Sparrow I suppose the weather has been too cold for them to get put Fiendish Suffering Is often caused by sores ulcers and cancers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says have used Bucklens Arnica Salve for juicers sores and cancers It is the best heating dressing I ever found Soothes and cuts burns and scalds 25c at C J Haydons drug store guaranteed TATHAM SPRINGS Dr Hatchett and wife visited the formers brother Rev H P Hat hett of Fairview Sunday Ivan Carey purchased a cow from G W Keeling fQr17 I PI Johnson visited his mother at Johnsonville Sunday Herbert Prather and Miss Maude Cheatham were married sat the home of Rev H P Hatchett Sunday Prof Ivan Keeling began a subscription school at Rockbridge Monday James Drury and wife of Ashbrook visited relatives here Saturday porn to the wife of Marion Ryan on boyrark the l guests of Ivan Carey Sunday Mrs Flora Keeling who has been very ill of rheumatism is improving The sixmonthsold child of Rev E W Summers of Cornishville died last week of erysipelas Brother Summers has been the pastor of the Baptist church here for sometime and has a hostof friends who extend their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family The Kentucky Horse Country Life in America From a farm at Pisgah in theneiehbor hood of the old town of Lexington Kyj a pair of saddle horses not long ago were shipped across land and sea to the Emperor of Japan At the same farm a little more recently a horse was raised that was sold in Washington for the use of President Roosevelt Ittakes years of experience and careful study coupled with business acumen and close application to the work to establish a breeding farm that will produce saddle horses of a quality conformation and trainingthat would meet therequirements of an Emperor or a President And it has been by such laborious and painstaking methods that the Gay Farm at Pisgah has been made one of the largest and most successful saddlehorse breeding farms in the country Hurt Whale Coasting aW 1tL Lebanon Enterprise D 0 Burke the popular postmaster of Bradfordsville met with a painful accident Wednesday evening With a party of friends he waS coasting a long hill in the vicinity when his sled while going at a rapid rate of speed over turned In the fall his right leg was broken about half way between the knee and the ankle joints Two childern were burned to death at Parkersburg W Va F i ai By winter from The Suns Club bin list r May Cause His Death I Anderson News On last Saturday afternoon while attending to his duties as foreman of the mash floor in the large distillery be longing to the Kentucky Distilleries andl Warehouse Co7 Mr John Moore pf Terre Mute Ind was caught on a a rapidly moving shaft which was revolving at a rate of about 1200 revolu tions per minut e and was whirled around it a numb r of times before he releasedfthat he had received serious internal internal injuries and had ruptured the largest artery in his arm near the shoulder A physician was hurriedly called and such aid was given as was possible at the time but his conditioayis very critical and death is expected at any moment In view of the rate at which the shaft was moving at the time that he was not instantly killed is nothing short pf miraculous Deaths In Nelson i Bardstown Standard Mr James Clemens of the St Thomfas neighborhood died last Friday after a b illness ofpneumonia aged about fifty years He was a step soninlaw of Mr Wm Sutherland who dieda short time ago Mr Clemens was a respected citizen of his community and is survived by his wife and several children Mr Leslie Grigsby died at his home near Fairfield last Thursday after a lingering illness of consumption agedlabout 29 years s An American squadron is reported td have sailed from the Island ofLuzoato maintain neutrality in the southern water of the archipelago t 0 OPOOOOOOOO OOI QO 000 00 rtri OO Qr r Clubbing Rates a n FORa a ii r1ii t I905 j a 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and o 0 J You will a o Save MoneyA o selecting- Your readingoo o a D 4 Both pan n Bryans Commoner175Weekly CourierJournal150 125Nashville I rt175Weekly SemiWeekly St Louis RepublicJol75 Semi Weekly St Louis Globe Democrat i 75 iHomeAmerican Agriculturist 175 150American 0 nCountryFarm and Firesidet AReview r s Magazine 285 Scnbner Magazine 400 0 175Harpers f f 0Sunny2 i Address The Sun Springfield Ky ia a tI OOOOO Jr i Q01 TTTTTTT i EI r u jl r n ttc sx c H r r I rC Is the Best Indication of a Good Grocery J t i J j flf The name Hagan Bros is a t y 1 household word b 1 j 1j ersof the best GroceriesfI 1 tj 1 OUR WEDDING i AND CARD PARTY GIFTS HAVE ARRIVED Comb and Brush Trays Salad Bowls OvaIICoportsj Y f a r 1 t With It Just An OW fire tl and isnt what it used to be before had heated houses said a into rer topic she is past the age of useful ness she is still alert in the of matters and is con i over the of one who to be proof the shafts No sir is away the of life and t in her it can a girl ever fall in love in a steam l Why when I was a girl in Louis fi ville we used to g o e and just came nat ural An open fire warms you just as good as a and it makes you feel toward every one in the world When John bless his dear heart he has been dead to g fire we used to see all kinds of t 1 A7i i Best Every shown Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Day 19 Night 74 r y in the coals and in the blazes We used to sit fob an hour ata time never a word but just the same thing Its sure sign that you are in love with a man when you can enjoy being with him Then hed ask me if I the time whe the took arose out of my the first time I met him at a dance Then I would ask him the first time he sat in the w us Then we both laugh and look back into ihe fire and see in the blazes Just we had been in front of one of these do you think any me could get serious over a A hot wet make any ody and no matter how young if you rein love you have to get to ever get tot seem absurd tome in a steam heated room A fire helps thing along but a just tle You tell a man that You felt like you had known him if a row of ipn pipes filled with stean and was all the ou had is a nine I think the way peoIt pie are pu ting out of their lives nowa have had able exper Vince in my time and I amnot the person to ssy it I had as pon when I was a girl as ten or twe ye your belles of You dont give the men any Yo think it is s lly to get senti mental an levery girl is so busy pre herself for her life work that she hasnt Wot time to put on ulf I had my way I would melt into and cut a in every Then we would have as it should be Why if we stay in this house never will get I give you fiiir and you can do as you I may be but love is too and it be a good thing if a few of the girls would be a little mor0 ioned She swept out of the room to seek her own apartrf nt where she read an letter before an ioted fire few tears and went to bed in an bed J D Run YSri of oneness to Dr New Life Pills etc at C J drug store price 25c ir tit 1Saad 1 NEW PATTERN IN STOCK DECORATED DISHES ASK SEE ffagan BrosI Springfield Ky jOl COURTING DIFFICULT Steam HeatersGrand Comes Natural Before ionea Place faShJ 0ICourierJournal cOurting lovemaking people tsteam corpulent Louisville grandniother yesterday launching favorite Though discussion stantly worried disposition unmarried granddaughter l4J appears against Cupida modern invention taking poetry breeding temperamentsj knitting without noticing heati1JIejW heatedapartment big thPembers lovemaking radiator kindly twenty yearscame bifeepictures QQQQOOOOQOOQQ JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director AndsLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Attention courisey Handsome QQQQQQQQ QQOQQ Salad Saucers Berry Sets Hand Painted China China Novelties saying thinking without talking remembered bouquet ifhere member caped mother parlor kvould things suppose sitting radiators radiator radiator wbnldnt reminiscent youare reminescent anything Lovemaking vfould radiator dampens ardorj couldnt alway sputtering inspiration sentiment ys1 consider though mucHatte today encouragement paring enough powder everY radiator andiron fireplace chimney icourting Amanda Francis married warning Tease ioldfashioned oldfashioned would oldfash Goodnight oldfashioned oldfash shecfca oldfashioned oldfashioned Peculiar Disappearance ButlerVille Oflaid painfulKings remedyforconstipation Guaranteed Haydons Chop Dishes Welsh Rarebit Plates Miss Helen Pitkin A young southern woman who is winning fame in tbe literary world is Miss Helen Pith whose new novel Au Angel by Brevet is attracting vor3 favorable attention Miss Pit kin edits the womans page of n prom- Inent 2s ew Orlean4 purer and is a tal ened novelist and poet besides Sue i Iis one of tbe most beautiful New Orleans Not long agpa poet who saw her photograph COlt the first time turned it Over an wrote on the back Oh lovely Helen of the south Ot queens you are tho lit kin If Zekels heart nvoi it pltapat My heart goes pn aPItkln 1riJaths At St Mary s Lebanon Ent rprtse The saYin that trouble rarely come single handed was never better exemplified than jn the case of St Mary College which institution has in the past few days had death to visit two of its members Last Wednesday morn ing early Mr A R Buz better known as Brother Joe passed away after a brief illness of pneumonia The under taker had just concluded embalming hi remains when the sad message from the infirmary came that Kent J Rus t 3z Chocolate Pots Hand Decorated Plates Tea Cups and Saucers Oak Leaf Trays A martimonial Telephone sell a student had died Just one week before young Russell was strick en with pneumonia He is the son of Mr and Mrs Dell Russell of LouiS- Ville formerly of St Mary He was twenty years of age and a young man ors rling worth His parents were tits bedside whe the fatalsummons Iat s will be con at the College this morning after which his re alas will be laid to rest in the cemetery at St Charles Bro Joe was thi six years old and was buried in the ollege cemetery yes terday Died Prom Exposure Bardstown Standard Tom Paine acolored teamster who was in the employ of Hoke and Duncan Bloomfield died from the effects of ex posure to cold Tuesday night came to Batdstown Tuesday PraineI team to secure a load of Mr Will Thomas who is connected with the telephone department at Bloomfield After arriving here Paine became intoxicated and becomingl known to Hoke phoned to one of the livery stables here not to allow Paine to start home with the team They then des P atched Mr Richard Tich nor to this place for the team As the Tatter was returning to Bloomfield he overtook Paine a mileor so from town He was intoxicated and thoroughly chilled Mr Tichenor took the negro on the wagon and conveyed him to Bloomfield During the night he died as stated above Married At Bardstown I ti Bardstown Standard Miss Mary Addle Rpgers and Mr Benedict Alex Dickers were married in Bardstown yesterday The cbntract jng partlsare each aged 18 yearsland are very popular young e Bellwood neighborhood The bride is the dau RogersB a well known farmer while the groom is a son of the late John Dickerson Esq Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Mothers Favorite The soothing and healing properties of this remedy its pleasant taste and prompt and permanent cures have made a eople every where It is especially prized by mothers of small children for colds croup and wHboping cough as it always affords and as it contains no o lain or other harmful drug it babylasdon M V s f Cut Glassl i I l f Bisque Novelties fS Cake Plates T Strawberry Jam Sets OPEN TO THEM cimother Ai1I Funeralservic Deserted Wife Danville Advocate Mrs Effie Johnson who was recently deserted by her husband RM Johnson who had charge of the Baritese mine near Hubble told a plaintive story as she passed through this city en route to Chattanooga yesterday Ensconsed in a happy little home at Hubble in love with her h shard and feeling that she had everything in the world to live for she awoke lone morning not long since to find every cent she had gone and a note- from her husband pinned to the door saying urngone A day or two previ ous to her husbands disappearance she permitted him to mortgage her piano to a Lancaster party for 143 For a while she waited hoping the husband would return but days and weeks have passed without any word from themiss man and the brave little woman ling yesterday for Chattanooga where hopes to secure employment James S ONeals formerly of Chat tanooga was held under 10 000 bond to answer for alleged irregularities in con nection with a bank which failed in New York Keep Your Moneyc s Elizabethtown Mirror Flanagin our correspondent Irons Old Stephensburg tells in this weeks paper of his neighborhood beingf flooded with large catalogues from Montgom ery Ward g Co Sears Roebuck Jb Coand other large maR order houseg and also says that hundreds o dollars go out of this county to those house We believe that our home merchants can sell goods just as cheap as the mail order houses and the same will be more satisfactory to the purchaser Merchants wake up and tell the people what you have Do not let the outside people get your trade because they advertise and you dont In a decision promulgated by the hterstate Commerce Commission the Santa Fe road is charged with willful fiagrant and continuous violation of tke law during the past five years Ohio financtersmayestabhsha5000 firebrick plant in Louisville A student killed a professor at the Georgia State College by hitting him with a brick The Best in life and Accident Insurance is fodnd ofy in i fit Travelers i JiPoicjsL t fuLowest Expense Low Death Rate + High Interest Rate and Exper fit f1ue ed Management maker Pot Valuable and t the Largestt 1 SEE us FQR POLICIES THAT YQU CAN i f 1UNDERSTAND yr r fitPA VIS SNIDER rd A EUS iDISTRICT qrt ef Ky We Want Some Good A8ants ui Washiefit oe Cawrt y l eI + r s S Yf I SPRINGFIELD SUNI ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Application has beea made through the Springfield Ky postoffice for sec onde assrates TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100SixThree Months 25 changedalways youWishDEMOCRATIC TICKET LitseyCoq1T1TCIERLW F Booker BEPRISENTATTVE W D OsbourneECPERECTEXDEXT Bush JJULEE Geo D Catlett eUDeputyCorEaJ M Montgomery DIVORCESTHE HEA TWORLD If thej newspapers President Roosevelt and the preachers of Louisville are telling the truth and we righttto be l eye any JibSui for divorce and the granting of divorces by courts are becoming more frequent each week Ifhis is a very strong indication that there is something radically wrong with many of the husband and wives of this coun try It ia sad and unfortunate state of affairs President Roose thetroublehave div d to the bottom and come to the surface with their fingers fun of seagrass while the newspapers merely say A di vorce wasferanted to John Smith It We shall not attempt to locate the troubles are too varied An exploratiohthrOugh the wilder ness of th heart would result in the explorer getting lost There chasrrisltheHeart in tangled jingles there are jtoo many higi hills with totte ng bowlders oo many valleys where- thOmsandthistlesgrow too many gushing rivers of muddy water too many desserts and over this great woad upon a throne of flesh neath a skullroof rules a most uncompromising monarch the humans mind In the Heart World are preading seas without signal bells where the crafts of Love are anchored by threads of discontent while over the rolling prairies of this exceedingly strange end capricipus universe the mammoth yehicjes of wedlock are pr pelled by the pulsations of wea souls And the man who thinks he can solv the mystery ought to first try to go behind the curtain of the future Today tjie Heart World may be revolving to the Itright tomcjrrow it ma be whiz zing to the left toda1the in habitant may be lookin to the future thro gh the ligh of love BUY YOUR DRUGS MERE AND BRING YOUR I PRESCRIPTIONS TO US t aud hope tomorrow he may be wrapped in a cloak of clouds drifting with the current to hell Certainly we shall not attempt to penetrate these regions But we trust the day will some time dawn when MAN and WOMAljJ I can grasp hads and go to the end of the journey without paying a CQurt to headem offwithout asking that the old man be J marched one way acid the old woman shewed tother Five traveling men were discussing newspapers at the Walton Hotel recently Three of them were trayeling for eastern houses the other two represents southern houses Four of them declared that the Louisville Even jug Times in their opinion was the best afternoon newspaper in the United States That sort of conclusion covers a large amount of territory for the United States is a pretty vast concern If The neWS7paperthe best in the world becaus- evere so far a eadof other jpurrtalismsee em The Times is a good paper the best afternoon paper we have ever read If you doubt theassertion buy a copy go home prop yourselfup in front of a big roaring popping readiand when your out to a supper of oyster soup pickled nigs feet kraut hot Disr cuits and other lvehighs well bet a quarter you willsay ull be there drectly 1 Plagirism is stealin but then e aint no law agn it Its a pen itentiary offense tostealan old rooster or a turkey as poor as Jobs but there is not one syllable of law against stealing a Henry Wajttersori editorikl If anybody wants to steal anything from the editbrial columns of The Sun let em proceed but we would like for it to ea bold theftoa robbery Dont tack Ex to our goods Weve got plenty of the stuff and are perfectly wiling to divide up It comes a little hard some timesina sort of railsplittingway but a few hours of mauling a half a dozen chaws of terbacker and a few looks away off to where the horizon touches a barn roofand theaobi s completed But we started out to make a request Please dont clip anything From The Suns editorial column and credit it to exchange That is a sort of round about way of intimating that we are also a thief Sayis th demonstrated that we need that Feeble Minded Institute The Hartford Republican says Itmay be that long delayed justice will yet be done some of the Breathitt county alders and abettors ofassassins Judge James Hargis Alex Hargis El Jesskwith Conspiracy to murder James Cock rill town marshal of Jackson Now ii the judge will call a special term o court and try them and convict them the harrassed will rise andspeakapprobation P Thatsthe way to speak out i meetin Thats the way to t i when you believe that an assassin has been cornered But when did the Republiban conclude that S Character i Ilaydons PharmacYI ESTABLISHED IS8J lt man couldget fair trial in Kentucky When did it persuade itself that the authorities in Breth itt Icounty ought to honor the re4uisifion from the court of Fayette count The Hon Gus Richardson of Meade county was defeated last week for the Democratic nomination for State Senator in his dis trict It is said that two heifer calves contributed largely to his defeat Perhaps this is the first case on record where two heifers contributed to the defeat ofa candidate for office Contributions of this nature are usually made by folks more able The CourierJournal has of fered a prize for the best answe- to the question What is the best way to advertise Louisville We dont care to compete for the prize but would suggest that fellow named Folk proved sue cessful advertisemejit for the cityI of St LouisTJ1 same sort prettyewell in Louisville The startling announcement is made that the foundations to the City Hall in New York is sinking A few more foundations to few more city halls in few mor cities ought to sink if it would rid the bUild some of the corrupt inrof loiter there a officers The Glasgow Times says that thfe members of the Kentucky sfAwill see snakes if they stay in Frankfort much longer Teach your children TRUTH They will find it one of lifes most valuable assetsa guide will lead them safely oer many rugged path to rosebedand fountain rI President Roosevelt slid Mr Bryan have agreed among them lse1ves that something has got to be1 done And the trusts of the country have also very likely come to the same conclusion lIfyou like the genuine article you ought to be mighty wellsatis fled with the present winter Uts hotstuff warm number and is just biling overt in effort to outdo all previous winters IIAn Indiana woman wants divorce because her husband eat thirteen biscuits every meal Another evidence that thirteen woht do to monkey with r The legislature was convened In extra session to Hunt site The Lower House found it but thy Upper House wants to Hunt site again A stock of groceries Morgan field iiy is being advertised for sale by the sheriff of the cqunty Advertising pays Rev Joseph tier D Da ndted Baptist preacher of Louisville is dead fIThe people of Kentucky are paying the Legislature 1000 pe r day fjr meetin disagreein an thekprice How about Indiana for the Hargises IDrug Stores Have arrr Character This one has a very high character for reliability That is the chief end we have worked for Pre f scriptions are entrusted to us in such jreat nom bers no doubt because of the character which lour store enjoys among doctors ndthe people J i t 4 t a a a a a a a a a a a a FINE LINE OF + iSICK ROOM OODS I I- SHE WASiDEAD ButT e Maddened Youth Sang and Whistled the Old Love Songs To Ills Sweetheart Mt Sterling Ky February 5 James Salyers of Johnson county has been placed in an asylum having become insane over the death of his sweetheart May Grimesly who died last summer from fever The case iS an extremely pathetic one and since the death of Miss Grimesley Salyers has been singing love songs to her at all hours of the day and night During singingrhe claimed he used to whistle to her in his mountain home The sheriffs who had hire in charge say that he has been whistling and singing these same s ngs almost constantly during the time he was awake Her death occurred shortly before they were to have been married Salyers family are prostrated over his condition HILLSBORO As we have not heard anything from the Sparrow andthe Owl for some time we would like to hear something before theiretask too hard ard resigned We are having some extremely cold weathers The sick are all getting along as well as possible Sam Montgomery delivered his crop of tobacco to the American Tobacco lCat was in our vicinity Monday Larkin Dean delivered the balance of his tobacco crop to John Armstrong last week John Armstrong is busy prizing to bacco getting it ready for the market Miss Jessie Noel visited at Cross- Roads Sunday 1Byon Parks of Pleasant Grove brought a ctr load of horses from the city Saturday Dudley Sutherland of this place and Miss Mollie Cammack of Ander son county were quietly married last Wednesday We extend our congratulations to the young couple hoping they will have a successful life John Shewmaker and wife of near Mackville spent Saturday with the latterjs parents Mr and Mrs Robt Mattingly of this place The farmers are very anxious the tobacco com pant as they think it is the very thing they need The Valley Hill correspondent last weeksaid we needed a rock crusher 1but Ithink we need an ice crusher Thestory published in The Sun A Soldier of Commerce is tread with much interest The Sun is a flourish Sing paper dnd everybody should read it and learn the news allover the county WILLISBURG weS Gibbs last week Dr W W Hyatt has been quite ill the pas t two weeks We are glad to report him much improved R F Foster and wife were the guests of C C Foster a few days last week Karl Perkins and children have returned rom a visit to Valley Hill DrSM Grume was in Springfield Saturday Little Nannie Huppe who has been ill of typhoid fever is convalescent Joe Noel was in Harrodsburg the past week on business guestdweek Edd Southerlamr is at home from Lexington where h isengaged in bus iness Miss Annie Mcllvoy visited at Brooks ville Jast week Dr M W Hyatt of Springfield vis ited his brother W W Hyatt at this place PREDERICJoSwN Paul Shaunty and Joe Mudd were in Nelson county one daylastweek- Dr and Mrs Er L Mclntire spent last Saturday with the family of iJno A TuckerMr is visiting Mrs L A HamiltonMiss D Shaunty has been visit ing Miss Martha Tucker Mrs Sallie Shaunty has been quite ill with grip butts now a little better Jesse Eddleman and sister Miss Hat tie of Botland visited friends here Shephard and Veatch of Boston Ky have recently purchased a lot of fine while oak timber from Mrs M L Connor of this place and will move a large 20 Norse power sawmill here about the 15th of this month and say it up They will give employment to about 20 men f M FllEDOUBZRE1GRUNDY Have just purchase two lots of MillEnds in WhiteTable Damask They run 2 2fc and 3 yards to the piece at 33J per cent off of regular prices A beautiful lot to select from Ask to see these goodsthey are bargains Embroidery and Lace Sale I Our Embroidery and Lace Sale is now on We have a beautiful line of them everything entirely newprices- are the lowest you will find anywhere Sc CALICO Dont forget that we sell the very best grade of Calico for 5c per yard Remember that we are offering very I low prices on a- llWinter Suits and 1 OvercoatsA lot of odd suits to close out cheap for cash All Wool jv lfj Blankets 1 1 At a reduction of 33 J per cent Several fine Buggy Robes at cost i Our Rubber Stock f f Is Completei- 1v r Please remember THE DOUBLESTORE when in need of Dry Goods We will treat you ri- ghtJI4lI 1I s I ka Grundy Claybrooke Mdntire IUEDOUBLESTORE I Springfield Ky J THE DOUBLE STORE I tiWe had a nice sleet to fall last Sun day Claude Hendron and wife of Jeffer sonville hid spent last week with rel atives here They have returned home Miss Ophelia Yates returned to Louis- Ville last Sunday We are glad to report Miss Jennie Yates convalescent after a severe at tack of typhoid fever We are of the same opinion in regard to the Senatorial races as Bea Johnson Esq of Bardstown We are fo Blackburn first and McCreary when washingIton Francis Reynolds a drummer eighty five years old and weighing 275 pounds was in our midst last week selling rub bersoles and heels Mrs Etta Crume is on the sick list There was no church at New Hope church last Saturday and Sunday owing to the unfavorable weather Born to the wife of Will Snider a 10 pound girl Mrs Minnie Mayfield has returned from Lebanon much improved in health Lum Cheatham was here Sunday The ground hog certainly saw h shadow Jessie Pile is on the sick list Joe Bishop was in our town last Sat urday on business Notice lThe books of Wood Campbell will be placed in the handSof an attorney the first of January Settle at once and save cost WOOD CAMPBELL BROOKS ILLE Messrs Joe Noel and Turner Colvin entertained their friends last Saturday night with an oyster supper All present had a delightfpl time Misses Hester Noel and Artie and Olive Sutton attended Sunday school at Willisburg Sunday Messrs Everett Pinkston and Lanis Foster of Willisburg were here Sun dayMrs A C Pinkston and Miss Nora Cheatham are on the sick list but con- valescentJoe and Purdbm Pinkston were in Hillsbpro Sunday It is rumored that we will have several weddings soonJMiss Hester Noel spent last week s with Miss Jessie Noel of Hillsboro HeUmnKeelingwere the 19uests of Miss Lula Pinkston Sleet Pinkston of Willisburg was in our midst Sunday Davis Noel was at Hillsboro Sunday r From AnotherCorrespondentr fastmore of bad weather Miss Annie Mcllvoy was the pleasant guest of Miss Hester Noel Thursday night therguest of in C R Cheatham of near Willisburg Hswith him for the last ten days Turner Cheatham had a singing at his house Thursday night All present report a pleasant time Mrs Harrjson Steele is very sick tit present Miller Birch was here L4Quitesupper at this place Saturday night J PRATtiERS CREEK r prevailsbewithMessrs Will and Jim Kimberlin while out feeding one morning last week dis covered rabbit tracks which lead to a twentypOn their way home they capturned fifteen more rabbits making thirtyfive in all A party of young folks from Mack Mayeslast i and just as they got out of town the sled broke down Not to be out done they hitched on to a two horse and arrived at Mr Mayes on tinetAn enjoyable evening was had ballEd Simms of Fenwick was the guest k of Messrs Prentice and Matt Mayes last Sunday W T Kimberlin and Gale Key were in Boyle county last Wednesday on business Robert Mayes visited Tom Graves at Mackville Saturday evening Wess Kimberlin and wife visited their soninlaw A A Crane in Boyle county last Sunday G W Young bought of John PerUI ten barrels of corn at260 Three passenger trains on the Rock Island railroad were wrecked Within r twentyfour hours r sKi wA 4 7 i r a I X l d irqs =1 Qh H y i 1 w viiOy Ss ra XJ HT 1 i Jt 1w i Ytk c t S a 0 f 4 S f s t ia X sr t io 1R t qlt Itg r N iiLti c L lIt s ihj1 rfit r T CS Ttt 3YJh js 1 r j lihM l 1 1 Qr r t t t itii v 1 x A 4 19 w WtY4 k Ii r m r Jtt rn 3i S S 2L t t c2 a id I k tI b 4h V s Ar F t rt h 1f i1 A i 1o tIIi Ml N ht t t f + fA t tr t s y1se iS- 4t eyr1 i P RkzI d I i v i n t + l g ij 0 J t Ift i ltt I i Its Si i t C LSSS I k irrW t S 92 std r I tii w f I4 4- t t i Stit I j 4 J p1 Hl x 1i i l J ro J st ct t 1 t t Q MLr x Mtvv vSfe 4k k4 wi i t W i b z = wS W rV t t t l t Ill J n itl I tt i ctJ f i IClh q f t tol II4 I fe s V s vv t 4k 4 l i Y 3 tttL I L Ir1 ttttttItkt 1- x wwi UtJ it r t Ii I coocthooaooocooooooooooooo Q LEO HATDO 8iHAYDON THOMPSON aLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE 1 Springfield Ky c 8 Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PnoNE 18 COOOOOOOOOOOCOGOGOOGGOOOC t Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistJSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J11 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY fAll Dental Work Sfrictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block upstairs Dr J H LAMPTON J OFFIcEIn Opera House Springfield v Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAWI Springfield Ky Wim In the courts of Washington adjoining counties in the of Appeals and Federal Courts C C McCHORD ATTY AT LAW Springfield Ky t practice in all State and Federal Courts i WD CLAYBRQOKE ATJYATLAW Ky1villyracti Washington ApPesJsi W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW If Springfield Ky win tice in the courts of w1JinEtton and adjoining counties and in court of fPI i ooeoeo oeoeoeoOQoeQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undirtaktrs and Embalmirsi rj Springfield Kentucky Ij Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped 4 It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidnessI Oe eOeoeooaeoeaeaaae DIRECTORY SpringfieldKyCom Atty Campbell Cat lett jailer M G Master Commis moner Bvron Croake Sheriff Depntiwi Ed Masters Sharpsville Sidney Osborne Spring fleld Richard Ishain 3Iarville R H lulU iran Trustee Jury Fund Court begins Fourth Mondays in February Marandqctober County CourtB L W F Booker County Clerk T S Slays County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each month f Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each month t Court of Claims 3Ieete at Springfield first Tuesday in October tad April County Treasurer Robt oe Other County Officials Jas F Moore Sur veyor Assessor Jas L Royalty T P OBrian deputy Supt of Bush Coroner J M Montgomery METHODIST CnuacuBv J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and 700 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night T Rev P F Hennessy Pastor Services every Sunday at 8 and oclock a in Services at St Rose same hours CHRISTIAN CHUBCH Rev Felix PMtor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month PBESBTTERUN CHCBCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching everj Sunday at B m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at a m Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST CauncuBoc Win Harrison Wil liens Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a ni and 7 p m Sunday every Sun daat fl30 a in Prayer meeting every Wed nesday eveningat 4 IH7 2trTno JasiJJjvine Xo 5 J it Mays No6 Jno O o- lj j 3Ocet1esMasonioSpringfleld Lodge r SMa1 Third Monday nights in each month A woman died at Mahoriy City Pa- at the age of 120 years Y L L j Washington County SchoolTeachers j WillisburgFlora ShepherdsvilleEHelen Crouch asst SpringfieldJGeorge Colvin prin Graded School C W Stallings asst Sallie Carrico Emma Nunan 4 Jennie Redding f r f r Ella Duncan Bessie Rojaerts Maggie I Fenwick Eva TurnerMackvilleAli-ce Busbyuk principalEva Emma Hiatt Orceneth Peter L SpringfieldIVnnie MackvijleJennieNora CloydjMackvilier Wycoff V Lula Trent Kirkland t Lizzie Adams Fenwick 1MackvilleRoseHenryWellsSpringfield WillisburglyanSpringfieldCarolineHettie Rudd Flora Stallard Maud Della Virgin ChaplinKateW H BaxterSinai EEiEEiE EEiEEEiE EEEiEE EEEEEE EEE EEE EE E E EEi E EE E EEEEEE Ail As Discussed By J S TRIGG 33 33 3 33 3 33 3 33 33 33 3 3 333 3 Canada places a duty ot per ton Ion steel rails and never has yet made rail and is not likely to make one This would seem to b6 a worse than useless tariff protection Typhoid fever is strltly a filth disease the outcome of conditions which are entirely within the power of man to prevent and remove Typhoid at a farm home means criminal neglect hear by usually in the water supply Until lately it was never supposed that the best soldier in the world would be the product of dried fish sake ribe and i per month Japan has greatly surprised the jworld in this the Russian pee- P1e1 Tfie worst feature in an economic way about bank failures is that the habit of saving ori the part of the people When a man once loses his savings he is very apt to think that he bad better spend his money as fast as lie earns it The center of gravity is something which te all have to recognize whether in locomotion or business and the closer tbis center of gravity Isto the earth The more safely will the locomotive run and business be conducted Tills it one reason why farming is one of the safest businesses on earth It has come to this =that colored men in the squth are getting alle to attend auction sales of real estate bid in plan tations and draw their checks up to 10000 In payment for hem This ability to make money the logical settlement of cxed race problem When the darky gets rich of his bide will not coupt theFlor for all prejudice disap pears the dollar The connected with agri culture Bunder irrigation are simply wonderful in the matter of raising potatoes we think 100 bushels to the acre a fair crop 200 a good crop and 300 a bfg crop where we depend upon the natural rainfall yet in Colorado there have been raised under Irrigation ns many as 1250 bushels of potatoe3 on one acre of land in Utah ninety bushels of wheat on one acre and other crops in proportion A JBlxweeksold sucking pig Is worth about 2 and will dress about twenty pounds A turkey weighing as much vfll sell for more money When tli pig is properly co led it Is the bctte eating of tbe two To have him taste Just right be must be roasted with a cob in liis mouth This is the best pos sible use to make of the late fall pig for If spared he nine times out of ten passes a miserable winter and comes out in the spring a hairy ill favored scrub The farmers in Oklahoma are finding out that the soil and climate of that country are very when they learn how to do things A farmer there the past season had a crop of winter wheat which the drought used up He then sowed the field in April to spring oats which also failed from the same cause Nothing discouraged he then disked the field and planted it to cotton in early June and raised a crop which was worth more money to him than both the other crops would have been had they matured A fellow has got to keep at it In Oklahoma One bad feature connected with labor In all large cities is its uncertainty Its lack of continuity So many tings op erate to the workman 00 strikes fall f t overproductIon5111r8 L SpringfieldSusiePrudie Nally asst Mcln tire Ella Shaunty Frederic stown SpringfieldLulaAnnie OsborneFrederickst wn Kate Shauntyl SpringfieldVictoriaLizzie Lee E T Franklin prin Texas G Annie Claybrooke Kate Ray HayesLebanon FenwickMattieGrace Hatchett Mackville OrkiesSpringfieldDeija FenwickEffieMargaret Trent w Kirkland Annie JonesSjringfieldiWillisburgMaudSister Mary Elizabeth Catherine Sister Agnita U COLORED TEACHERS fJ Eliza Davison Plln Hallie Wells asst alTsPnFreldRichard Mitchell HarrodsburgSusieMatilda Vancl aveSpringfield MackvilleElizaSpringfieldAnnieGowdy Lucy Curd4 Louisville George Mitchell Mackville The Farm and Other Matters Plrtffulaespecially they- gratIyd1scourage Wlftprove possibilities accommodating evidently SAvenstoke unstTexas principalSt asst4 ures fires ana idleness in a large city Is never conducive to either the moral or financial well being of the work man Another trouble is that all city employment Js so intensely specialized that one man can rarely fill anothers place nor is Le permitted sOlo do The daily wage of a city workman while it may seem large becomes often pitiful ly small when totaled at the end of the year A friend went and looked over his cornfield after at killing early Septem Der frost The field looked sick and be looked blue He Intended to cut the field and put in his silo and be feared the crop was sppiled for such use Being hard pushed for rough feed he finally decided to put this frosted corn In the silo and take his chances When cut the leaves of the corn were white and shriveled and the whole field hind a bad smell The silo was filled and not opened until February when bIs great surprise he found that he had mqst silage apparently just as palatable and good as though the corn had not been frozen This result is worth nothing for many a man has found himself m just the fix of our friend with q cornfield blighted prematurely by frost and a lojt of soft corn and worthless fodder onhis hands The silo isa savlcr IA vuch a case Startling But True People allover the world were hor rifled on learning of the burning of a Chicago theater in which nearly six hundred people lost their lives yet more than five times this number or over 5 000 people died from pneumonia in Chicago during the same year with scarcely a passing notice Every one of these cases of pneumonia resulted from a cold and could have been pre vented by the timely use of Chamber berlains Cough remedy A great many who had every reason to fear piieuiiiu nia have warded it off by the prompt use of this remedy The following is an instance sort Too much cannot be said in favor of Chamberlains Cough 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and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer P 0 Box 628 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold 51y all druggists ltt Orchard Lands Of Long Ago Orchard lands of long ago blqwTheAnd all the buds that used txxbe waYsotreesThatoverflowThe slipsInThat marvel that any kiss Is sweeter than the apple is birdsTheshineOfloveitIn orcchard lands of long ago singWhere gleamAsenchantedttreelhe fanMylowInJames Whitcomb Riley Wm S Bond Dead Anderson News Mr WillianS Bond who residednear Bonds Mill this county died last Saturday afternoon at the age of sixty years after a long illness from kidneys trouble complicated with other dis orders ecvetetac feIIowlsoldiers Indiana and Ohio and during the battle at Horse Shoe Bend he made his escapeby swimming the Ohio river- aBeamlets tItJSun cAsthnthisweatherman sends out a warning ofcanother blizzard It is to be hoped that the recording angel takes no note of what a woman says when she tells the conductor the age of her uhilduIt requires just as much ability to a know are unwelcome as it does whenlyou you are pleasing your is From what ihe average newspaper man know boutl11cn he is persuaded that there are not half enough divorces e granted is A Philadelphia minister says he pre fdrs hell to politics Some men partici pate in both If there isnt a woman in the case the case is not worth mentioninghLiving will be pavements are upholstered Uncle Eph A religion that dont t make a man paj his debts aint no re ligion at all WAr AINS H J During 1905 watch the eel umns of The Sun for adver tised bargains and during the Clarsyet quoted igh prices throuhlthe columns of a r is the lowp iced merchant who dI lieieQe eieaeieQeoeneieoea oo eQenooenenenenenenneQ =I i Voting Contest 0 Tell The Sun By Voter n WHO J 0 0Is the Most Popular Young in Washin ou County IWHO 0 n n 0Is the Mpst Popular Farmer in Washington County I I 0ICountyi I I 0ITO THE FFARMER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun will give an Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 Either right or left hand TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest number ofrru c r riiI unabridged 0 I CONDITIONS 0 0 Every 1 paid on subscription entitles you 0 to fifty votes for each contestant nCoupons clipped from The Sun each week entitle you to one vote for each of the contestants I u COUPON I nI I ni S I castvotes forlady n L 0 I castvotes for farmer eo is-f I castvotes for teacher S Remember thtscoupons good for one vote for each contest ant Clip it in every week n 0 SPRINGFIELD SUN iI Springfield Ky e I I oe oe e eOe eoeoeae e eOe eOe OOO Pistol Toting Louisville Times Gov Folks suggestion to the Missou Lesislature that a law making it a felony to carry concealed weapons should it be enacted would be a good one provided Missouri juries would convict under such a statute Pistol toting is unquestionably re- ponible for a large percentage of the homicides that are committed Pistols are usually carried by cowards bullies r outlaws The use of whisky by any f these types makes probable the use of the pistoL A term in the penitentiary is not too heavy a penalty for a violation of the law which so often paves tile wy to murder but juries unfortunately willl not send men to the penitentiary for carrying oncealed weapons Statutes providing for fines nd imprisonment in jail would operate effectively to stamp out the evil if- udges and Governors would ejiforce rigidly The law againsrcarrying concealed weapons has been made alI most inoperative in the majority of states by the readiness of courtsto remit jail sentences especially in the ases of defendants who are men of standing If by any chance a man of standing is convicted and does not secure leniency from the court arequest from his friends to the Governor is us ally sufficient This does not apply tony particular Governor or to Govern ors elected by any particular partyit the rule of the greater number of ex ecutiyes The remission of a jailsen tence causes the pistol toter to feel that iie is immune from the law Rigi- dnfoiethentof existing statutes is what nepded A Touching Story Is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eyler Cumberland Md He write UAt the age of 11 our little girl was in declining ealth with serious throat trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to- ry Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds The first bottle gave relief after taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health Never fails to re cure a cough or cold At C Haydons drug store 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free A Cincinnati Free Lunch Louisville Times An Associatea Press dispatch from- incinnati says Ajax 4 the 18foot alligator and longest specimen ever seen in this part of the country died in the Zoo ester ay An autopsy revealed the fact that during the timer when the animal subjectedhisas the following list of articles were found within him One meteor weighing two and one ouncesOne three and onehalf inches long I Three teeth of an iron garden rake Seventeen tooth brushes Three pairs of spectacles Three dollars and eighteen cents Five rubber combs One door knob t One pair of scissors One small iron bootjack While the table of contents is easily recognizable as a recipe for a Cincinnati free lunch it is difficult to understand how an 18foot alligator could loaf around the tenderloin saloons without keepersbeingthe reservation Public Is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for MaryHlumbus 0writes For several hadfevered I could not sleep and my stomach was so weak from useless doctors after4beginningrelief and in a short time I CJFire in the chart department of Cramps shipbuilding plant at Philadel phia destroyed valuable blue prints models and charts Charles W Darling Assistant Secretary of the Navy has resigned Going fer Chimferlaias Ctlic DiarrJaaIDont put yourself in this mos place yourhomeColic Cholera Morbus Dysentery and forSummeysaved th9 lives of more InWhenened it is pleasant to take arinreeeditnot buy it now and be prepared for amergeacy Prlce GcJazplfM IM iI irTJ rJ A SOLDWEOp- lT COMMERCE GORDONicpyrightl by F it Toonibs W a CHAPTER YIII TIlE GOVEHXQKS BAIX HE ball of the governor I Tiflis was the success lie wished it tn be The new lightCarriagesposited their occupants and dashed away again Officers on foot with their ploaks covering their uniforms walked In the obscurity ot the streets brilliantThe gay world of the Caucasus was made gayer by th addition of the swarms from the orient I niuls blared their military music Goads that came from Paris swept the ballroom floor as t iWOretllCmjwalked a perfectly harmonious bedlam But there was one at the ball who listened to the words of welcome he received while his eyes noted the aP- P earance of one he sought Will she never come he asked himself Or does she hate me so that she will brave her uncles wrath rather r than meet me- Colonel Jurnieff and Mlle Alma tlookImagined although he knew her well that such a being could exist as enter ed the door at that moment By th t side of the grim faced colonel walked a vision from some other land it seemed Never had anything like it bee seen at a governors ball in Tiflis Al mas costume was a combination of t Paris and the CaucasusHthe daintiest lace and the costliest silks Pearls adorned her snowy heck Her little feet were clad in dainty shoes of whit doeskin Her white arms were round and full her shoulders perfecta Th white fan she carried seemed to waft passedRerWas the gayest of them all Can it be that that lovely creature has at last consented to be my wife sajd the prince to himself i Prince Dellnikoff you know my niece Alma Jurnieff The prince bowed low Alma extend hand graciously jIknout the prince very well she said but since I have been enjoying my visit ut Tiflis he has been quite u stranger knowai I congratulate you iprfnce upo your appointment My father wrote about it- kWhat woman is this asked th colonel as he moved away leaving be with DeIInikotrhShels a riddle I cannot solve her But she loves him I can see love in her very eyes She placed her hand on the princes arm and they joined the throng Turk ish pashas saw her and blinked their eyes as they thought of their own fad ed beauties In their harems Persian princes sought presentation Chinese mandarins almost forgot their names when she spoke to them She had come to conquer and she conquered r She was the queen of the ball and Dellnikoff was the envied of princes Mile Alva will lead the grand march l th ajc n lnoiV said the governor The band struck up The Czar and princes and generals fell in behind her DellnikofFs heart beat with pride as he felt the warm and living hand of the girl upon his arm The warm p fume that came from her fan into si sated him He the suave the blase the gay one from St Petersburg was like a boy at his first party In the dance that followed as he felt his arm around her waist a thrill of pleasure drove the blood quicker through heart After the dance he led her to the conservatory You have changed he said as fits eyes devoured her fAs you grow more beautiful you grow more gra cious lA year ago you spurned me almost AImostrshe answered with a co quettish laugh that sePt the blood to his head Are you so weak that al most drives you from womans side But your father he stammered He said youwere In love with an American He sent you here so he told jne to keep you from that fellow Alma put her fan before her face and laughed a singularly rollicking laugh Sent me away to keep me from a man I have seen but a few times a man engaged in selling American wind mills and pumps Qh prince do you think that THUs with all its strength could keep me from the man I loved if I knew where he was to be found r He bent over her His hot breath on her cheek brought a blush to ItShe looked up into his face with a fas cinating smile Is It possible tell meyou krioir how I have loved souIs it possible that youhave not thought ill of me A roguish look came into her eye s and she covered them quickly with h fan He tore away the fan Tell me be said Hush Some one is coming Let us JJWM to tllie ballroom Another Us ealk7He OMdacted her ballI e room With reluctance he relinquished her to the g vern or sheofsaid as tht y swept past the prince who Was devouring her again with his eyes Itewas you who made it thef success it Is governorsmile that stirred even iffy old blood What has got into that girl asked Colonel Juruleff of himself as he watch ed her I am beginning to think my brother was a fool in ordering me to keep her confined Instead L should have given lulls and parties fofy her prfnpehusthe credit an win promotion Alma deneejhlt her uncle During the a victim her charms J- Am la dolt Has she turned my head too he asked himself He took her back to the prince who was jealous even of the uncle Tile next waltz is mJnebe said- Butllf you are tired I would prefer to s conservatory Would you glancing at him arch j ly il wouder if I could guess why manoner dpes not tell you wliy shallilper nit iffy tongue to tell Because 1 love you I loved you before Alma2 but thoughtyauehated me I thought you loved that American princenHe fetched the wine himself For the fir t blue frommy hand you never accjeptod anything from me before Then enjyt the honor she answer beefore the over youeare welcome to my life to my honor to my allegiance to the czar Only love mee He bent and kissed her She drank the wine and potted his arm Prinde you are a gay cavalier One could scarcely know you in St Peters burg where there were so ninny women more beautiful than 1 But here one learns that you are a bold and wicked man Dont dare kiss me againtI will the very next timeI get a chance She seemed exhausted at times and often touched her eyes with her gloved tnly gay at others thoughtful and in tense These moods passed quickly as thee moanred almost aloud God help me to keep it up God help me to succeed It Is the only way When he returned she greeted him fsTheI love waltzing and you are such a splendid partner Thank you I lore to waltz witlr you I love you and everything you do Walt wait till you know me better CHAPTER IX A CAPRICIOUS WOMAN oo early to otter co gratulatlbns lonelf ask Pd the governor of Tiflis Colonel Jurnieff as he wlitc erged Prince Dellnikoff and Alma i n past I dont know This night Is a revel a tion tome All this year 1 have been obeying the commands of the general my brother to keep the girl under some restraint and a careful watch itsMy orderly Is in love with lies maid erythlngShenor to send or receive letters The gen eral wrote that she eras desperately In love with an objectionable man and that he sent her to m till she consent ed to wed the prince Now she bIos soms dut as a veritable coquette or else she Is desperately in Iove with Della toy How dpyou readier To me she seems like a bird let loose from a disagreeable cage re plied the governor Certain it is that she is the most fascinating young wo man this ballroom has ever seen Dell nikoff Is to be envied Rut the change is so sudden How do you account for it Perhaps there Is really no change Young women of the advanced type In Russia are not what our mothers wet e Then womei were even deliberate and always the same But now Paris has come to St Petersburg I think your niece has a touch of the Parisian spiHt tonight It is that girl never had any real opposition Dellnikoff He is rich handsome a no worse morally than any tof o young princes Almost any young girl would jump at the chance to marry him I think the girl has been mis understoodA erPerhaps said Jurnieff It would be a big feather in my hat if th should become betrothed while Dell nikoff is here eThe general is a mighty power in St Pet rSburgShould you succeed where hefailed be would no daub re p ward you by promotion A garrisoned capital would be the least he could give me with the rons of a general chcI True Now lot US conspire in a ing attempt to makeslhqse two youn i people happy You were young mice Juniieff the same withme With the young deliberation chills enthusiasm Strike while tile iron is hot Bring them out tonrgl t Tonight What does y6ur oxcel lencj ii eatiwCan you not see that t ic girl warming toward the prince As for DellnikofT he Is intoxicated with tier beauty Why not make their betrothal the twist of the supper If thatcouldbe done my promotion would be assured Such an event would cap the matter Then do itj Strike while the Iron is hot JurnielT sp nt many minutes thinking If he sapid bring about the publfc announcement of the betrothal of hlsi niece and D lhitlwtr at the governors supper the girl would not dare refuse to redeem thb pledge He saw Alma standing alone for a moment and went to dear niece he said in Ids blandest manner yon are charming tonight How have you changed so suddenly Oh one cannot be vertcl shut up in a stupid prison It is hnppiII ness that givesone the tcfrom the governor down I thought you hated the prince Did I ever tell you so Nov but your father wrote ine to that effect And so you kept me under surveil lance I potexactly that Alum but you find your fathers directions If I have done anything to make you unhappy during your visit I trust you will pardon and believe it was done with an eye single to your welfare You have been yeti kind I pre swine if was the manner of my behavior tiff made you think I was unhap py Imi to tell the truth Ijwas an liry A Angi y At something I did You mid my father I got so weno- ot the tupid story that I was in love with tint American that I continue to act s if I were There comes the prince Is he not noble ip that splendid uni orin Had my father not been so crag well there isno use rehears yButernor Is Infat ogle with you He has a pet schemeffor the supper tonight Hehas ed ywand Dellnikoff Ire says yOu are tie handsomest couple tin all Rus sia u Well we are said Alma with a toss of her head B heaven Ill wager you a thou sand rubles you are In love with Dell nkoIt I ivill not bet on so trivial a mat terrT iyinl Then here is another Ill t wagtr you 2000 rubles you dare not let the governor announce your be trothal to the prince at the supper My betrothal Do you want me to throw myself uta man lIe has not asked me to be his wife I AHe has asked your father gild it is your fathers dearest wish But I am not a commodity I amI not hay or silk I am a woman and a woman likes to be something besides the salable goods in a bazaar Well willtnot be for an hour As he turned to leave her he signaled to Dellnikoff that he wanted to speak privately with him After a dance Dellnikoff joined Jurnieff in the smok ing room AMy dear prince wild Jurnieff with effusiveness I ani pleased to congratulate you After your promotion toIwin happiness also Have you gained your ambition You are giving nie riddles WhadjSsaN mean iw nder the impression that you nieceU d oth eradore her 14TIo gwine The governor is much interested In your little affair as I am myself To tell you the truth my niece Is very ca pri ious Tomorrow she may be un willing to have anything to do with yourinfatuation lensausnre- and privilege of announcing your be OOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ocooo6ooooooooooooX oooooo Kelly Go Meat Dealers SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Offer to the trade at all times = antnrCured Meats bestBeefwe are prepared to give totbe trade the of meats trotnai at the supper With all my heart He nay anIIpounce it a thousand times flue tion rests with the little lady G6 ask her I raaer a hundred ru iUiUghrnieffed away era DellnikofT with n fast beating heart and feverish pulse sought Alma This waltz she asked spenkwithHe led her to a quiet nook jshaded with palms Alma he said breathlessly taking her hands I love you YOU now II love you I have longed for u this past year belioving that you haked me overtjore l The governor wishes to an nounce our betrothal Will you coni It J Idfciou You know I love your sent Ohtiny darling one let us make you make this ball the most memo table one Tiflis ever had Will you con sent She toyed with her fan I like you prince I lie been kept in a prison for a year and now myself with this freedom I ttfind bird let loose I feel like upIor all the long days I have spent brooding over things I could not con trol And now the time has come I cannot resist I want n gpod lark something real scandalous You do wild things sometimes Perhaps But is our betrothal at a governors ball not lark enougli Oh that Is tame What n splendid uniform you have prince Alexis May I not cull you Alexis It is so much jhorter than Dellnikoff Dell me anythingonly love me He was oblivious of the fact that he was at a public function He placed refs arm around her and pressed her- ot him She did not resistlOh ths Is tame mnd askl her to touch her lips to the rim She did so and gave him her glass for the same salute handsomestdashlngest ons the czar of Russia ever badr They both drankthe toast h Now come l know the wa1t she sOld The papers =the icommlssion found them in the breast pocket You will not need them if you makeIyour voice heavier Amazed half conscious bf what he was doing the prince followed She led him down a staircase to a stone corridor The captain of the prison guard came to meet them The visor other cap was pulled down She stiff up and addressed the guard with ignity I am Prince Dellnikoff inspector general of prisons Here is the seal fj IOur lives depend upon your dtscro tton the czar I am here to examine your dungeonsYes excellency stammered thecaptafnuThere are but few of us here tonight The governors ball I know I just left thereIBut you need an escort through the dungeons flaceI t t r it el w t 4OI Ie8Ie I HarnessIAnd H h Saddles We have just received a large shipment of Saddles Ii someinterestinSPrises i COALIs not coalawhen compared to bad coal is a luxury We handle the luxurious kind Our customers will give testi mony to this fact H f The FarmerW- illfind pur line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc Icomplete Old Hickory Studeba er and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have i tood the test of time they have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in 1f ewoIildA Special Sale on Winter Lap Robes If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best 3 The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them whenbugingis t and wickedness 1 McClure Wells Springfield Ky Ie e enough Dellnikoff stood silent marveling at this splendid acting Have I really known the girl before he Faked him selfWhat prisoners have you In the lower dungeons1 therrarebut few They are waiting portation to Siberia Do you keep nli prisoners for SlbeI ria In the lower dungeons Yes excellency Alma knew the generaf plan of the prison and went at once to the lower dungeons She found the key that un locked the iron door that led to the corridor That wineI drank too much I shall not be fit for the toasts at the supper whispered the prince It Is the close atmosphere We shall be out again soon You will feel betterThey passed in and sue locked the door behind them The first cell they came to she unlocked A dirty looking wretch was lying on his pallet of straw He will be cleaner in Siberia said Alma as she locked his cell The fiext cell was empty and she t did not relock the door Each cell door In turn she opened and looked in They had almost completed the round of the corridor when she heard the prince breathing heavily She turned and found himjeanlng against the wall- I am lliI he whispered My head In the air she said ccant His head drooped With a strength born of the exigencies of the moment she thrust him Into an empty cell and tore the long cloak from under him Then she locked the door Swiftly breathlessly with panting bosom and rr hands she opened door after IIdoorIImaHush Our lives depend upon silence and obedience I am Alma now acting as the inspector general bf pris ons Come with me Alma Alma uruieff he whispered as he looked at her in ment bewilderj Yes Come with me I will to escape They will kill r Come wow Wear this cloak and do not speak Marveling he staggered to his feet and donned the cloak Follow me she whispered Do not speuk Our lives depend Upon your discretion Harvey obeyed her injunctions Sh led him to the corridor How did your excellency find things asked the captain of the guard timidly hIn good condition all but the atmosphere It is to close it has made my orderly ill We will step out into the cool air for awhile after which we will inspectionThe and a the guard took them from Almas hand he did not notice that one bad bee abstracted He hung the bunch in itsHaccustomed place A moment later the doors of Tiflis prison bad closed behind Alma Turnleff and Harvey Irons CONTINUED ON EIGHTH PAGE y Wanted BEEF 0 HIDES SHEEP HIDES AND TALLOW We will pay the hifh est market prices f We also want louaoobeef f FTC At Star Old H- Sausage Stakes et Telephone me When piece of meat and tabsminutes CARPEj Mrs Waler3fcCslandandb burned to death at Mfr Venw 4 A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE t BY JOHN ROE GORDON Copyright 19 byF B Tpombi s CHAPTER XL PRISON ALARY by their Jong cloaks cOvERED by the few who were in the streets Alms and Harvey Irons went toward the river Several times Harvey tried r to speak but Alma would not permit iti Winding through the narrower streets met twice by sentries and the- o passwrlJ which she knew Alma led him safely to the wharf where the hay boats lay Lanterns moved here and there but most of the boatmen were asleep Alma knew where the boat of Charka of Ashkar was moored and hurried to It It could fiat well be mistaken for it was the largest of the hayboats and its cargo had not been touched Charka she said as the two step ped upon the boat Charka of Ash karl Who calls Charka of Ashkar ask ed the sleepy boatman as be emerged from the dingy little box he called his houseIt LjCharka who purchased your hay and bargained for you to eliverat at Astrabad with a passenger Good You were long comi f The hay has been wanted many tithes But I knew you would come so I did not selL tM Irons said Alma turning to- Hatveyand putting out her hands I can do no more Knowing that you were In danger of being killed or of being sent to Siberia where your identity would be lost and all hope of rescue gone I determined that I would set you free if possible I have purchased this hay and Charka will deliver it you ratherat Astrabad where you will be safe from the persecutions of your enemiaIBut what of you my darling girl my bravest Yon have sacrificed yourself for me They dare not kill me said Alma They would do anything But I cannot go like this Give me just a moment Let me take you Jn my arms Charka with a fine sense of propri ety walked back to his little box Oh if love could repay you dear said Harvey taking her in his arms 41t the devotion of a life could pay you for what you have done how gladly whatfto see you now Some daysome day L will come to you Come with me now raining kisses on her lips I will not go without you I will go back and give myself up Dear one do not spejik like that It is ungrateful So it Is darling You have cut off IiIi rescue Tell me what ydu did1 i Alma told Harvey the whole story I even gave myself up to abandon for your sake dear onf concluded Alma I permitted his lips to touch mine I allowed his arm to encircle my waIst Oh the thought of it burns but it was for you Great heaven What a woman And now you want me to leave you to their vengeance Russia does not for give You will be sent to Siberia You must come with mel or I shall re- maIn and fight for you And be killed You must go at once Kiss me dear one It may be the last It shall not Hark The alarm gun the prison IThe dull boom of a cannon smote air ere we must get out of this said ta rushing from his box The will swarm along the river In r has thought we were gone u iMma trembling with the He has search e ahd not finding j p He has learnedhe locker f son Come Lin erica happyj sounded the thought of sol rhaps the knout e to her d simply under the hay and on the boat as it pened las Alma had ball had been deprived aliant lights With Alma jff gone it grew dull A passed and Colonel Jurnieff y e are your beautiful niece and off asked the goverribre he urince said they were going to f find a secluded spot and talk things over I asked Alma and she consented to the announcement of their betrothal but said the prince had not asked her to be his wife I sent him to her and they came to an agreement But they wanted to be alone to talk I do not know what keeps them U It is not sd easy to leave off a con versation with a girl like Alma It is almost time for the supper I hope they will not forget The governor showed his anxiety as the time for him to take the highest of his guests to supper arrived 1 am filled with misgivings yqur excellency said Jurnieff There Is something wrong Wrong that can be wrong Something I know not what The girl bewitched us all tonight I had never seen her so gay so Teckless She acted as It she had drunk too much wine and sh seldom drinks any and now when she is not here with her beauty and her wit to nsnare me I recall how sle hated the prince Shje never said sO1 but she refused to marry him She was In love with an Amer icanWhere is the American He Is in our prison He is impli cated in the abduction KouraBiar tellds And you thinkwhat do you think Speak man I cannot think I am to the prison to see what fins happened- He called for his carriage It was gone He took thenearest oneone in which a Chinese mandarin had come to the ball and hurried to the prison He dashed to the living apartments Marie was asleep He roared for her and trembling in every limb she came to him Has my niece returned from the ball She did return coloneI went tc her but she dismissed me and told me to go to bed Jurnieff ran to Almas rooms On the floor he saw her long brown tresses What deviltry Is here tonight he gasped He dashed to the prison The captain of the guard started whence saw the pallor of the colonels face Has any one visited the prison tonight Yes the inspector general What Do you mean Prince Dellj nikoff Yes my colonel He had with him also an orderly Was my niece here I did not see the young lady What did the inspector general do He and his orderly went into the dungeons where thprlsoners for Siberia arejkept soon came back as the orderly was not well The inspector general said they would go out in the air a short time and return They did not return Open that door to the dungeons The captain took down the bunch of keys He trembled and turned white What Is the matter commanded Jurneiff the key is gone n Jurneiff swayed He ho longer thought of promotion but how to save himself from disgrace The door must be broken In Go for the locksmitht The locksmith was roused from his sleep and soon had the door open Jurneiff rushed in and began opening the cells In one he found Dellnikbff sleeping as It drunk He dragged him out to the light- Drugged he exclaimed The girl has tricked usaJJ Where is the Amer- Ican His cell was opened It was empty Fire the alarm gun They are still in Tiflis The guards will find them arriso1turnedten was over Chinese mandarins maid Persian princes were hustled off and chattered together In bewilderment Every Ilussian at the ball was sent out to bunt the fugi five with orders to bring him hack dead or alive CHAPTER XII THE SEARCH FOR THE FUGITIVESTUE HAVBOAT TARTIJI I pretendfdtober as four soldiers led byls subordinate officer came ruJh log down the wharf Ho there on board this haPdt shouted the officer 1as tesum beresaid Chark tliHte rWhat p J1iappeucd j A prisoner of the czar has escape rAssisted by a woman who is a tralt r he escaped from the prison at Tills tonight and must be with his compa n ion somewhere in the city Well am I the prisoner 9o you pig I then the woman IAm upon you am I awakened with tbfse snouts I am a peaceful man from A h kilt trying to sell my hays Oh your hay shouted one of the soldiers with laugh With the bi si ness of finding aprisoner of state on oar minds we must think of your hair As he spoke he thrust filfc bayonet d ep Into the hay By the gods snot4erithat is an idea man Astrakhan and would no doubt assist the American to escape thelotticera Russian who escaped Pardon I forgot But the Astra- khans do not love tlie szar How much you IOythe czar tre r rrfVin a Ann not IrtTtoWrr plied r that lJ11tCsyou curse me and stab kay hay I Wfdit TeIJ hnv hay It has been pur a ubaseu but not yet paid for Insolent pig And do you think we want hay from you It is for beasts of a class keep mj hay said Charka clmly A volley of curses answered him and ai bayonet pricked iris leg Charge the hay said the officer Tliey may be hiding in it Burn the hay laughed la soldier That will settle it Burn It If you dare I have some thing in my pocket A pistol which you would use on the soldiers of the czar bytilLDonot burn his hay shouted the officer as one of the soldiers made a light by twisting a wisp of the hay Ipto the llame of the lantern We are after prisoners We do not wish to run against the passport The soldier were crawling over the hay jamming their bayonets deep into It The officer was slashing it with his saber Dogs of Muscovites When I get my money I will not stay in this place What is that demanded the officer turning oi Charka You cull us- dogswe Who are your masters2i You should tell the mollah that He iArehar- ks of Ashkar was never false t9 the faithJThen leave Tiflis The governors passport will save you from harm but in the name of the czar I command you to depart at once There will then jje no chanceof your doing mis Met SVe know the fugitives are not with you nQw But If they Came you ould jive them shelter I say truly I would do so if they ameLoosen your boat from its mo rings ind take yourself to the Caspian But my hay is already sold It is robbing no one There Is plen y of hay and you say the payment as not been made Go or I will for et the passport With assumed reluctance Charka went to the door of his box into which wo soldiers had gone to investigate nd came out with two sleepy Astra hansBehold the loVing acts of the czar 3ur master said Charka to his men We have sold our hay but before ayment Is made we are commanded o go to the Caspian It will destroy the hay There will be no profit from the4air said one Profits You Want profits from a fair and yet follow the mollah against the czar returned one of the soldiers Charka made a sign The men at once began releasing the boat amid the shouts and cries of soldiers and dis turbed boatmen all along the river hundreds of soldier flozked along the wharfs Mnvdded boats routing out men and women that they might in spect the most secret places Charka grumbling and with much make believe anger slowly got underway The soldiers laughed as the hay boat began slowly to descend the stream The boat was a most rude affair Its only means of propulsion was a great lateen sailuseless on this quiet t So the men resorted to long poleand the big boat crawled along the bank Thesercth throughout Tifiis went on Generals and colonels many of them informed for the first time that the abductor of Koura Blartelkls was an American joined in the hunt Offi cers in the j nt uniforms they had worn at the ball rushed with those in workIng garj arid searched bazaars coffee houses and churches There was not a square foot of ground in Tiflis that was not searched nor a building that was not entered Mystified baffled and enraged Jur nieff raved and cursed as he paced the prison corridor But while he raved and soldiers searched Charka and his OUR +MEAT 4 MARJL Gives t nousekeePer an oRPor mly to get the very best fresh meats at all times OUR REPUTATION IS A- TStake YOU KNOW We will appreciate your trade and appreciate BEEVES WANTED i We are in the market at atitimes bytelephone F T COX 6V CO Springfield Ky Nofic I am prepared to do all kinds of gun smithing fPing saws furniture repaired making carvirl knives also all kinds machinery overhauled andre wQrkguaranteed ED LAWRENCE Marks Green s Mill J 15 boat continued slowly down the river By daylight Charka had made twenty miles and tied up at the rotting wharf of a small town Leaving his men in charge he went ashore to buy food He returned with a sufficient supply for the day and the boat went on A little steam launch containing soldiery came puffing up behind him Who are you demanded the officer Why do you leave Tiflis with a Joad of hayj The markets are there There are no markets for me said Charka with a sad wail Many days II took the precaution to bring my puree have I spent on the Journey Many nights I lay and thought of my profits At last when I reached Tiflis there came a merchant who owned five cam els He purchased the hay and prom ised to come and take it away and pay me for it But alas the soldiers of the czar came in the night and drove me away I am Charka of Ash kar They said that because I follow the mollah I am not fit to sell hay to camels Enjoy yourself fanatic Go ask the mollah to buy your hay He has many camels Aye and men and guns muttered Charka as the launch spedon Have you seen two escaped prison erscame hack a voice I have seen many men No one In formed me he was an escaped prison er One was a woman Then let a woman hunt It is the only way A curse for his insolence came float lug back The launch continued down tile river In the little box of a house Chark- prepared a meal Before he or his men partook of anything he called to the refugees f It is safe he snideThe launch i out of sight and we are passing swamplands where there are no villages o farms We shall meet no one Com from under and eat It may be bin time before you reach a place of safe ty Harvey was the first to appear and then the shining boots of Alma came wriggling from under the hay They looked into each others eyes and laugh ed It was so good to be free They went into the little house and ate the meal Charka had prepared Charka you have done weUsald Alma I took the precaution to bring my purse hilt you will find enough to pay you for your hay Charka took the purse and opened it The shoring gold brought a gleam his eyes Let them ask again he said Yo have kept your word with Charka No Muscovite dog shall take you from this bout while I am alive Good Charka said Alma Itis so good to find a faithful friend TO BE CONTINUED NEPJTVEEK r THE AGE OF STARSI Color AiI the Antrononier In tlakj iiifT HI Caloulutlori a As a star contracts from the surrounding nebulous matter from which it was thrown off its temperature rises and with this augmented heat a change both in the stars spectrum andI color Redhot iron Is not nearly so hotI as white hot Iron By observing the various changes in tint which the metnlI undergoes the foundrynittu Is able toj tell with considerable accuracy its degree of somewhat similar method of stars temperature and beJA is relied upon byj the then and spectroscopic enable the astrono mer to estin ate the age of orbs that are only beginning to exist as stnrsI and others whose light is fast fading After having coagulated as It were from a nebulous mass a star assumes a color that may Ue best described asIan Intense bluish white much like that of the electric arc Stars of that hue are therefore in their infancy Then conies the white stage followed by the yellow orange and red each succeed- Ing hue Indicating greater celestial antiquity than the last Up to the yellow period the star as it contracts grows hotter and hotter Then a gradual cool ing takes place Accompanying the changes in color are changes in the spectrum of the star changes that in dicate a modification in physical struc ture In the bluish white period Of a Stars infancy the characteristic wide lines of hydrogen gas prodomina c in the spectrum As the color changes the lines of calcium magnesium and Iron appear the hydrogen lines gradu otlcala 9 + 1tI r An Invitation You are cordially invited to call and in Springfield Iknown the country over as the best and strongest 1wcan you at the XlooKftodapp s Miller Springfield t i3 Land N Railroad Time Table Incoming TrainsSuny only 91 4 6451ArrivesH m Arrives at Bardstown Jurictn 650H 930 502 Leaves Louisville 600 730 410u Outgoing TrainsDaily Leaves Springfield 530 a m 715 am 120 p m Bardstown 617 800 220 Leaves Bardstown Junctn 703H 845 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 755 935u 545 p m SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN G A Benedict Springfield R F D No 1 has for sale 200 bushels of strip ped Bluegrass seed13rC W Stallings Springfield has for sale one horse safe for women and children to handle and drive alsosome orchard grass seed Xi H R Thompson Springfield has for sale 12 yearling mules will sell In pairs or as a whole IT j Lloyd Parrott near Springfield has for sale two good jacks each 15 hands high with white points Weight be tween 800 and 900 pounds 11 W A Clements Springfield R F D No1 has for sale 100 bushels of 11aT D and James McCullum Loretto Marion county have for sale one three horse also one threeyearold jack Both broke ready for service 11Iforr a one 11ehas for sale a few shocks of sorghum budL M Gregory Springfield R F D No 3 has for sale three good work mules one good farm mare and two good work horses Matt Wycoff Springfield R FD goodhayand calf 10 J B Hill R F D No2 has fo sale one sixyearold stallion saddle and harness and one fine fiveyearold jack 10 W D Claybrooke Springfield has- for sale sixyearold mare Gooddrive Gentle 12 T William Simms Springfield R F D No 2 has forsale at all times horses and mules 12 MARRIAGE IN MEXICO Dow the Engagement and Wedding CcreuionleM Are Celebrated The Mexican people fire hospitable to fault always welcoming their friends even though they have not enough to eat themselves And they religiously visit the sick including those whoI have contagious diseases They are also addicted to public social functions the invariable mode of entertainment being the dance They are fond of mu though not proficient In Uhe art otI making It probably more from lack otI opportunity than from luck of capac ity The violin and guitar are the usual instruments of music the repertory otI the local musicians beIng usually lim- Ited to a few tunes which are In equal demand for the dance and for the fu neralIOne of the most interesting and beautiful of the social functions is the preu dorio When a young man wishes to marry he asks for the girl of his choice of the parents not of the girl herself and if she Is given the prendorlo atIonce follows ushered in by shooting and demonstrations of Joy The bride and bridegroom are publicly presented to their future parents1nlaw after which the company pasi In procession In front of the couple each one dropping a piece of money into the hands of the bride Then follows the inevitable dance Tills public betrothal Is considered almost as binding jas marriage and I have heard of but one Instance in which the compact was not kept the regreant bridegroom in that caSe being visited with ostracism The betrothal is usdaliyNtollowed by marriage Just as BOOI as the services of the priest can be ecured The marriage ceremony is fallowed by a feast more notable forI the abundance of things to drink than for things to eat 4nd by the wsual- dance Indeed the festivities are often prolonged for several nights after thei weddingSo there Workman Daily No 43 Suny only No 90 1No Dailyj Leaves MARKETS4 1SpriujfjiU Markit l conHamsl5C Sides 13c Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 30c to S3c per pound hickens Hens BHc Spring 8c to lOn Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 6c per pound corn Meal TSc per buaheL Eggs JSc per dozen Feathers t6c per pound l Flour 5L30 to 360 per pound 5L15 corn 50c Oats4Onz HidesGreen 7c to L Lardtoe per pound LIme to1ooper barreL Mill productsBran JLoo ship3tuffili3Crper 100 pounds i PotatoesConntry63eto5c L83 per barrel Turkeys lie perpound Tallow5cper pound gSlloaY clear ot grease 20c tub washed SSc Country Sorghum tSc to 5Oc Geese 3300 per dozen Onion Sets 5L50 Bent Her Double ell knew no one for four weeks when kidneytrouble betteralthougn hadtoIwasrestored my health and strength and everTheto cure ugep liver and kidney disor es at l J Haydons drugstore Price 50c Llvt Suck Market = J CATTLE choice to prime shipping steen4 2ft to 4 78 Medium to good shipping steers 4 oo to 4 25 choice butcher steers 375to43ft Medium to good butchers a 28 to 3 Ttt Fcommon to medium butchers 2 5Gto36 canners 1 t Stol 73 Good to choice feeders f 3asto400 common to medium feeders 5 S8 tai 50 to extra stock steers 78 to 3 50 3Goodcommon to medium stock heifers Pffl to 2 00 plain light mixed stockersr 2 towoood to choice to 300 Medium t4 good bUUS7 roto 75 choice teal 7 5 00 to 8 oo common to medium calves to 5 oo choice to fancy cows 3S OOto 40 oocMedium to good milch cows 20 00 to 30 03 plain common milch cows J5 00 to 30 00 HOGS choice pack 8butch 2oo to 3oo lbs 500 uedlumpackers16oto 2oo Ibs 5 choice light shfp 12o to 16o Ibs i 73 choice pigs So to Io lbs fjg oood pigs 86 to loo Ib8u 4i 431 Light plgsjoo to 9p Ibs40 oo to tZt- Ronghsloo to 5oo Ibs i oo to 4iO i SHEEP AND LAMBS oood to extra shipping sheep 4 00 to 5o ralr to good 3 Oo to4 co common to medium 15oto3oo Bucks 2 ooto3 oo 5oiFair t9 good butcher lambs 4 i50to5So common tailend lambs 3 5o to 4 So Skk Headache This distressing a disorderedcondition oxlAll that is needed to effect a cure is a Stomachand leswedinTablets as soon as the first r Hald6nf