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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 F 1 itlb Uu+ JDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME L f SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 81905MUMIER If FATAL 1 DISEASE Among Horses and Mules of Luther Jenkins Were Aphthae landInflueriza Says State Veterinarian Judge Lritsey has received the following letter from State Veterinarian FT Eiseman in regard to his invest gatibns into the causes oftbe death of Mr Luther Jenkins horses and mules at Willisburg an account of which was printed in The Sunat the time Louisville Ky Feb 28 1905Hon k B L Litsey County Judge Washing ton County Springfield KYDear SirIbeg to write you relative to visit to Mr Luther Jenkins place I found upon investigation that Mr Jenkins horses showed scabs in mouth indicat ing that thev had been suffering from contagious Aphthae During the process of this disease they were infected a form of influenza Either one of the diseases should not have caused any deaths but the two coming at thelJ same time causing a double infection will readily account for thefatalities requested Mr Jenkins that in event he had any more deaths to send IIiel specimens So that they could be ined microscopically I have not heard from him since andttake it that there L v has been no further trouble Very respectfully F T EISEMAN State Veteri- narianBROTHERS i HURT j One Meets With Serious Accident F While Enroute to the Beside of the Other Who Had Been Dan geroisIyHurt On Tuesday evening of last week while Ed Goff of near Tatham Springs was hauling a wagon load of goods from Bloomfield to the Springs some of the boxes tilted over throwing him over the front of the wagon between the two horses His head struck the wag on tongue and almost severed one of his ears severely bruising his body and it is thought internally injuring him The accident occurred near Wardsville L and the injured man was carried to a nearby house and his family Immediately notified Will Goff a brother of Ed started on horseback to the scene of the acci dent and he too met with a serious accident before the journey was hardly begun When about two miles on the road his horse stumbled and fell throw ing him to the ground and breaking his leg in two places No one being near Mr Goff managed to get back in it the saddle and rode to Tatham Springs where Dr Hyatt set the broken limb At last reports each of theunfortunate men are doing nicely The Inauguration Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W F Fairbanks were inaugurated in Wash ington Saturday as President and Vice President of the United States The inauguration ceremonies proper were brief and impressive and the inaugural parade exceeded all previous parades in point of numbers and in unique at tractions It is estimated that 200000 visitors were attracted to Washington The line of anarch was more artistically decorated than ever before No street in the city was without flags Palms were a feature of the decoration and along each side of Pennsylvania avenue were noted historical figures in great numbers from the St Louis Ex positionThe made a running com ment to those around him as theparade passed the reviewing stand It was in charactristic vein When the band played Garry Owen he pronounced it t a bully fighting tune When the Filipinos passed he facetiously remark ed The wretched serfs seem happy in their chains Ah theres Custers old bold regiment the finest in the service he cried as the Seventh Cavalry swept by A bunch of cow boys proved to be the Presidents greetingslL to as played Therell be a Hot Timeset him sawying in his chair If it is a bilious attack take Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and a cure is certain For sale- by C J Haydon r f SYCAMORE ALLEY- e f issneIjrh Sun shines brighter ach ews items are rather carce even of the graphophone brand The old reliable newsmonger failed to give us a callJ J D Sutherland and wife passed through the Valley Satu ay enroute from Sparrow where th y had been visiting the family of W Cammack Prof J T prather and wife visited relatives near Willisburg S daYe Prof Prather has peen engaged to teach the Willisburg school tljis year Ballard Settles one of our popular young men j leftMonday fo the West to carve a fortune We have had some excellent sugar and inolass m king weatner and by reason of the hard freezes during the dsugarcampsFarmers will experienc some difficulty in securing farm har is this year during the busy seaeon fo r so many of our boys have gone West Veallwere delight d with the Spring days last week am most of our farmers burnt their tobacco bed and judging from the mum er burnt a crop goes Out again t is year We have had no preac ing at our church for a longtime ard would be glad ifsome preacher wow d give usa call Vewill give him a good crrwd and compensate him wellor hislabor Prof Howell of Mack ille was in our midstrTuesday visiting relatives Mr Moss of Springfield was in the Valley this week buying remainder of the tobacco jn this RJty We are all ready toeoe ork for the Growers Association a other year If the Owl would o it here some Saturday night he ee a great deal and would make a jgjood witness before the grand jury the next court We would not for anything attempt to write what he would we love our life too well seelr lvJe were over at stweek and everybody was complimenting The saidlof the rapid progress The 3un is making Oman said he had never seen the editor but that he must be a hustler for he gives the pe pIe one of the brightest and news est county pressIher brother Dr W T Bar lett News has beep received ere of the marriage of Jim Morga and Miss ordia Worford at Chaplin Mr Morgan has manyfriends here ho wish he and his lovely bride a car jer of unbroken happiness throughout the days and years of their wedlock Hawkins Accused The Harrodsburg Democ tof last week in a rather salty artic e in which is very broadly intimated that President W B Hawkins of the Burley To bacco Growers Association soldoyt to theTobacco trust asks flies questions VDid President W B I aWkins of the Burley Tobacco Grower a Associa tion sell out that in Did he betray it and d6f Jat it in an effort ro secretly secure bg profits to himself We do notiPrete d to kno v whether Mr Hawkinssold out or n t but we unhesitatingly say that we do not believe him guilty of the char e and will continue to hold to such a belief until stronger proof of produced than that which the DemhisgUiltjs ocrat last week Hon W C from Hawkins last week the followingletter Lexington Ky March 3 1905W C McChord ICy Dear againYourin Cynthiana Monday have letermined fme Come to meeting 0 directors bothold and hew andalso nass meeting of growers March 13 in Lexington at 1 p m If we are do anything now is the time gOijto V W B AWKINS SaleR 1A desirable home east of Springfield nicely located in good nei jhbbrhopd near Graded School has larj e lot and garden plenty of water T rms easy W P LAW ENCE tf Spring eld Kyk Notice wiJIjbethe first of January Settle at once and save cost WOOD CAMPBELL I MAURICE ROUVIER ministerofWILL CLEAVER Loses His Life at Lebanon jhrs Morning While Fighting a Fire Wall Fell Upon Him Break ing His Neck Will Cleaver a sdnfjof Mr and Mrs P C Cleaver who were engaged in the hptel business at this r place about three years ago lQsth life at Lebanon this morning while engaged in fighting afire at that place An alarm of fire was given at 230 oclock this morning and the fire company readily responded Mr Cleaver being a member of it The fire originated in the W RClark building in the rear of the room from which the Marion National Bank only recently moved It whSwhile to the rear of the building fighting the fire that the young man lost his life one the walls falling upon him It took about twenty minutes to remove the debris from his body and when this wasdone the people were horrified to find that the young mans neck had been broken and that his body was terribly bruised and lacerated Mr Cleaver was about nineteen yearsold and was wellknown here where he resided with his parents dur ing the time they were engaged in the hotel busines here He was an ex ceptionally popular young man and had hundredsnof friends here andin Washington county who will be deeply grieved to learn of his tragic death MOORESVILLE Bert Cheatham has purchased the farm of the late Jetson Lydanne for lOOand has removed thereto Charlie Rubyand family haves gone to Illinois to niake their future home Charlie Shehartf sold a sorrel mare four years old to Everett Croake for 125 Ham Shehan sold a pair of mules to Cleaver and son of Lebanon lor 350 Rev Adkins has accepted the call of the New Hope Baptist church and will preach every first and third Sundays in each month the remainder of the year We saw some folks gardening last Saturday but fear they were too early IMessrs Erases Yates Daye Hays and Albert and Burnett Wall visited friends at Woodlawn last Sunday Columbus Cheatham of Chaplin vis ted in our vicinity Sunday iHarry Derringer of Valley Hill vis ted at Wm Boblitts Sunday Little Miss Mary Wood Huston of Chaplin visited her grand parents Mr fcnd Mrs T D Sweeny Saturday arid Sunday Wm Sweeny and family of Wood lawn attended church at New Hope Sunday Gilbert Donehue and Frank ONeal of Valley Hill passed through our village Sunday enroute to Maud Owen Ellis of Woodlawn spent last Saturday night with his parents Mr and Mrs W 0 Ellis Miffs Mary Grigsby visited her sister Mrs Will Boblitt last Saturday and Sunday iEdd and Sam Sweeny were over to Chaplin Monday on business Henry Scott and wife Squire Gordon and wife and Sanford Yocum and wife were called to the bedside of Uncle George Yocum who is very ill at the home of his sons Edd and Sanford Yocum at this place The Angel of Death amuridithe home of Charles Ruby for several days and took therefrom their eight monthsold baby Death resulted from pneumonia Interrment occurred the following day at New Hope cemetery Weep not fond par for you kHSw that little Harry is lents The parents desire to thank neighbors for the kindness shown them in their trouble There have been a large number of tobacco beds burned and sowed during the past week I Miss Louise Settle is visiting friends in Louisville n Clyde Goatley of Valley Hill visited friends at this place Sunday Henry Wells of Springfield visited his sister Mrs Ed Yocum last Sunday Otis Settle of Valley Hill visited his cousin Love Settle last Sunday John Collins John Ruby and Harry Shewmaker attended the funeral of Chas Rubys little baby Thursday Miss Ollie Cull has returned home after a weeks visit to her brother Jimnear Bloomfield who is lrrenlsMrs Ruth Green who has been very rIll has about reco ered Wai ace Seay of Oak lIilrwas in our mi 1st Sunday v Mrs Etta Crume and children and sister Miss Chatsey Collins visited their roth er John Collins fast Sunday at Wo dlawn Geo ge Mullican and wife of String tawn visited friends here last veek Hes ie Cutsinger who is attending schoollat Springfield visited his par ents hre Saturday and SundayIMrs Note Weekly and Miss Dessie Weekly visited their parents here Sat urday James and Matt Truax were in Tay lorsville Monday v POLIN The farmers are busy burning tobacco bedsiiT J Trent and family fire the guests of Mrs Mary Crow Mrs W T Hardesty and daughter are guests of Mrs Bud Cammack f Mrs Belle Cheatham has been quite iill for some time t but is better now Mrs Gertrude Hardesty and Miss Bessie Hardesty were the guests of Mrs Mollie Trent Friday Mrs Lizzie Cheatham and son Len were the guests of her father John McCann of Chaplin Friday WILLISBURG If all signs are true spring is near at hand The wild geese have gone north the blackbirds and robin redbreasts have made their appearance and all indications are that the hard part of winter is over It is reportedhere that Ed Goff fell from his wagon near Wardsville the wagon rimning over him fracturing his skull and cutting off one of h ears His brother of near Tatham Springs was notified of the accident and while on his way to the scene of the accident his horse fell and threw him to the ground and broke his leg in two places below the knee R D Riley while on his way from Springfield county court day fell from his buggy and fractured two of his ribs Alvie and Landis Foster were Louisville last week with their crop o tobaccoVe glad to see John Mcllvoy on our streets again Mrs Tom Noel and little daughter Catherine visited her mother Mrs Robt Mcllvoy Wednesday last Oscar Shirley and Miss Elizabeth Shirley were in Springfield Wednesday Mrs Richard Pinkston visited her father John Grider of this place a few days last week Mrs Ivan Carey of Tatham Springs visited her mother Mrs Sam Noel at Bfooksville Ed Birch and family visited his mother at Birchwood Miss Annie Mcllvoy was the pleas ant guest of Mrs Tom Noel Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs Gillie Cooksey was the guest of her sister Mrs Phoebe Harlow Friday Rufus Foster left for Chicago Ill Friday morning His family will join him later Miss Eda Gibson visited her aunt Mrs Martha Grider Wednesday Jim Mcllvoy was in Springfield Monday on business Luther Jenkins and family were the guests of Will Sims and family Sunday Mrs Phoebe Harlow was at Battle last week Cal Adkinson and family of near Cornishville visited W S Brawley few days the past week Mrs Vm Sutton visited her mother Mrs Robt Mellvoy last week Miss Mayme Merritt visitedrelatives and friends in Springfield the past week Willis Adams and wife of near Fen wick visited relatives and friends here Annie Mcllvoy and Able Foster visited Miss Addle Foster of near Ta tham Springs Sunday S W Merritt who has been with us for quite a while has returned to Nelson county Earl Baker Of Mackville and John Turner of this place left for Illinois the 6th of this month Fred Hughes and family also left on same date W S Gibbs sold to his brother Ezra Gibbs of Anderson county a Jane horse price unknown It is very strange that Mackville hasnt a correspondent for The Sun It was noted some few weeks ago that it was such a booming little town we would like to see a letter appear in the columns of The Sun from there The circulation of The Sun in this locality is increasing daily Mexican War Veteran IiI Mr George Lambert of near Card well this county is quite ill of pneumonia Dr W W Hyatt of Willis burg was called to see him and pro nounces him ina serious condition Mr Lambert is seventysix years of age and served as a soldier in the Mexican and Civil wars Notice To Debtors The firm of Allen g Jones coal dealers being dissolved Mr Jones pur chasing Mr Allens interest all per sons who are indebted to the firm are requested to call at once and settle Call on Mr Allen at the depot or Mr Jones at his place of business Give this matter your immediate attention ALLEN d JONES i will continue the b inesa at the same stan respectfully solicit the patronage of the people promising fair treatment When you want coal phone me and your order will be given immediate attention M H JONES George Short of Monroe county was shot and fatally wounded during a fight over cards and at the same time and place Marion Capps was fatally hurt by a Jftack of staves falling on him Pure County Maple sugar a Joseph A Shaders r f INDICT MENTS Against the Standard Oil Com pany Numoof184CoortW Probably Adjourn Friday The February term of the Washington Circus Court which has been in Session during the past week wilTpro specialJudgeceses in which Judge Thurman is interested among them being the divocCe case of Jennie Barlow vs Richard Bar low and N B Royalty vs S T Colvin No other cases of any importance are Iyfpeople of Washington county are peaceable and lawabiding citizens The grand jury has returned up to the present time 204 Indic eats 14 of w are against the Standard Oil Company for peddling oil without a license The penalty for eachoffense is a fine of from 50 to 500 and if the bigthing20 indictments are forvariousoffenses adjourntomorrow The Commonwealth cases tried were disposed of as follows- Commonwealth of Ky vs Frank Brown selling liquor without license fSameliquor without license not guilty I Same vs Chas Shewmakef running horse on highway 10 andcost Same vs Amos Trigg breach of peace 15 and cost Same vs Louis Burton and Allen Wright gaming 20 and cost sellingliquorSame vs Same dismissed Same vs Tom Waters unlawfully de stroying real property 3 and cost Same vs Hice Freeman shooting on highway 50 Same vs Hal Edelen hunting on an otherflAnd 50 e vs Ray Foster running horse highway 6 and cost IonSame vs Jno Hardin breach pf 5 and cost Same vs Jas Burns removing cornerstone S10 Same vs Sam Burkhead and Joe Cheser shooting on highway Not guilty as to Cheser as to Burkhead 251fine Same vs Frank Kays running horse on highway 10 and cost Same vs Fonza Brown shooting with intent to kill 50 and cost Lost But Found On last Friday evening as Mr Frank Brewer was on his way from s Catherine to Springfield he lost all the plans and specifications for the new St Catherine Academy The loss was quite a serious one and parties searched every inch of the road between Spring field and St Catherine that night with out finding the papers and they were not found until Monday The little roll of papers fell from the surrey just as Mr Brewer was cominginto town and were picked up by aunt Mary Booker an old colored woman who was just behind the Had these papers not been found it would have retarded workon the buildings andbe sides the loss of several weeks time it would have requiredmuch boor to replace them TATHAM SPRINGS Miss Gertha Keeling visited t the home of Perry Ruby near Chaplin last weekJohn Jenkings visited J M Keeling Sunday Clarence Ashby pf Greens Chapel was in our midst Saturday There have been a number of sales in this community the past weekand good prices were realized especially on horses Jim White sold one horse for 85 another 120 Joe Tatham sold one horse for 100 and another for 130 Joe Tatham Jim White and Mrs Sallie Hatchett and their families ate pr JKThamasStanford on business An unsuccessful attempt was made to rob the bank at West Point Ky itroti 800 was not molested Y T t t MAILr ORDER Lightt4 Do Big Business But Violate Their Promises j EDITOR SON rRecognizing that your interests are identical with those of your local mer- chantst that your success depends prin cipally upon their prosperity that you continually advocate and encourage community advantage and advance ment that our influence among intel- ligents farm rs and mechanics in yOu t vicinity ranks higher than foreign pub licatIons we beg to impress upon you tthe importance of beginning a cam1 subsi scribers to counteract influences which andrWe refer to the growth of the mail order catalog houses Many pf the selfstyled farmers papers and nearly all the cheap story publications contin ually advocate and advise their sub scribers to patronize the city niarket Bsserting and advertising immens buy ing advantages We need not tell you- these wonderful offers are a delusion t f and a snare that these papers advocat- foreign buying solely on account of the advertisers who support them Th mails are loaded with mail order circulars and literature calculated to prejudice the farmer especially against hi merchantsI fruit in transfers inga part of the business of every com munity to a distant city The profit of eachtransaction which would naturally remain in your town and pass from man to man is sent away business is tailed rendered unprofitable and conditions will surely follow We hold that a community will go up ordowji with its chief trading point that the price of lands and produce depends to a great extent on healthy local conditions that mail order su e premacy and success means enriching f ry the corporation or distant individual at f the expense of the many home merchants that it means concentrating capital and population at the expense of the country towns and villages that it means the death of individual mercantile enterprise or opportunity that it will change consumers into producers and cripple and destroy the hOne mar ket that has made our country ihe envy of the world The country merchants in general are progressive and enterprising they encourage and head local enterprise and improvement they donateliberally for church and charity and pay a good pro portion of the local taxes Their inter c= ts are closely allied with their customers they select and sell the best the market can supply their character reputation and wdrd is above suspicion their statements and aadvertisements must be honestly and faithfully made good examination and comparison 15f the customers privilege and merit isI held above price Necessary credit is extended personal acquaintance personal explanation and personal experience rule every transaction The mail order catalog house depends upon price inducements solely They quote a few leaders at less than cost andinake enormous profits on the gen- eraI line Theyresort to questionable dishonest methods in spite of their boasted honorable dealings They require cash before the goods are seen and sell many cheap imitations of good products They claim to do business on small margins when it can be prov- en their expenses average over 20 per cent They get together and fix prices and if the retailer was out of the field the consumer would be made to pay the limit They advertise well known articles they cant buy and when money is sent ask permission to supply a substitute They pay premiums for influencing business have paid a com- misSion to postmasters for writing money orders in their favor to bribe rural carriers to furnish lists of customers names or to distribute cata logs that have been sent by freight The above are facts substantiated by their own confidential letters Theyi naturally desire and favor a domestic parcels post a feature that would bring great injury toour interests as well as yourS Tha retail merchants of the country request the assistance of the local newspapers in meeting sand deflating the conditions that confront them We ask that you write frequdnt editorials andrreport any that- occur in your vicinity That amarked copy be sent to our national secretary M L Corey Angus Indiana It is the intention to compile all t ese arti cles in book form and a copy wilt be furnished you free if desired Will Be Taken to the Pen Kentucky Standard The prisoners convicted at this term nitenItPenitentieary There have been several cases in disapepearing The prisoners have all been vaccinated by the local authorities and Sheriffshisdeputies- as soon as notice of readiness is re ceived from the State prison authorities There are six prisoners to be con veyed Howard Booker was sentenced for two years for breaking into the dwelling house of Mrs Mattie Coleman sendone year the storehouse of Whittington Bros Bloomfield Wm Hill Joe Rose an Sophia Rose were sentenced for two years each for yoluntary manslaughter and killing Tom Cotton at Boston sometime ago and NannieTaylor was sen tenced for five years on the same charge ISAn Old Book hElizabethtown Mirror Mr JH W Park of this city re ceived by mail from Chicago last Sat urday an old book bearing on the leaf This book is the property o John Jark 1854 fl The book is a copy of Cenfession of Faith i f the Presbyterian church used by John Park to the time of his death then it was given to Mrs Alice P Sherman of Chicago after her death itw given to Harry S and Eliza Park hi wife and they decided as Rev Edwards Park vas the only minister in the fan grandIjaccordingly sent to his father in this city On the blank pages in front Iiij owner Profit jNice Standard j Mr the well know real estate agent of Springfield was m BardstownTuesday He was accom panied by several parties who were in spectmg lands in this section with a view to buying Mr Wharton consum mate the sale of Mr JohnRileys farm Ito Mr James Tobin of Washington co Win which a profit of 2000 was the former Tins place is known as situBloomfieldnear Ririn e at Monroe Indf destroyed two business blocks SADDLES COLLARS I TRACE CHAINS tA Good Saddle and easy riding saddle at a reasonable pticeif you are looking for it ttie have it j dollars at All Prices We have the largest and n ost cOI line of collars li town tandare prepared to q note + aydens Trace Champs o h pttttheowq HAYDON BARBER I 1 OOoOoA FAVORITE POEMS THEY ARE WORTH A PLACE IN YOUR SCRAP BOOK 8OOOOOOOOOOOOOcooooooooooacocoQOOOooAA oooooooooo Rock Me To Sleep a Backward turn backward 0 Time in your flight Make me a child just for tonight Vf Mother comeback from the shore Take me again to your heart as of yore Kiss from y forehead the furrows 6f care f Smoothe the few silver threads of my hair Over my slumbers yqur loving watch keep Rock me to sleep mother rock me to sleep yearsIamvainTakje= decayWearyWeary ofsowing for othors to reap Rock met sleep motherrockme to sleep untrueMotherMany a summer the grass has grown betweenYet pain Long I tonight for your presence again deepRockOver my heart in the days that are flown shownNoFaithful unselfish and patient like yours None like a mother can charm away pain r From the sick soul and the worldweary brain i Slumbers soft calms oer creep Rock me to sleep mother rock me to sleep goldFallLet it drop over my forehead tonight iForyoreLovinglyRock m to sleep mother rock me to sleep Mother dear mother the years have been long IjiSingdreamClasped H fyNeversleepdy 1 IANSWER TO ROCK ME TO SLEEP tonightThyThou wouldst call me back from the echoless shore To the trials of life to thy heart as of yore Thou longest again for my fond loving care For my kiss on thy cheek for my on thy hair keepAndBarkward Nay onward swift rolling years Gird on thy armor keep back thy tearssCount not thy trials nor efforts in vain 1 Theyll bring thee the light of th childhood again t not weary my child by the way dayfFor angels my darling will rock thee tosleep Tired my child of the base the untrue V QI have tasted the cup they have iven to you Ive left the deep sorrow the hvinggreen streamBut x againsde p Come the bright angels to rockme to sleep Nearer thee now than in days that have flown Purer the love light encircling thy home For more enduring the watch for tonight lightSoonNor come to thy call from the opening door keepAndTheyll sing thee to sleep with a soothing song throngAndThou wilt then see has not been in vain Thou wilt meet those in bliss whom on earth thou didst love mansionsnNever hereafter to suffer to weep ITh angels my darling will rock thee to sleep J upknownI Wreck On LNj IILebanon Enterprise As the result of a fearful he don cbl lision between two freight trains on the Konxville Division of the L and N near Penicc early Wednesday morning two o the trainmen were killed another bijdly injured and property worth from 75000 to lo000 was destroyed J The dead Judd Anderson age 27 fireman No MerrijinThe injured j Clarence RJHin engineer No 32 Lebanon Junction shoulder cislocated one rib brokenjandotherwise hurt Train No north bound whichi TICare37 going south This latter train in charge of Conductor James Roller and engineer John Chappell Engin eer Ryan overcome by fatigue from many hours work with practically no rest had fallen asleep at the throttle and failed to stop at Penick where he was to meet the south bound train Instead the train passed through thej little village at a high rate of speed 11stationtrain At the point where the trains came together there is nothing to ob struct the view far a distance of over a mile and engineer Chappell saw No 32 in time to bring his train t almost to standstill before the collision occurred Noone oh his train was hurt Chap peil blewan alarm whistle when he saw that the north bound train was not l slowing and this blast was R ans first knowledge of the fearful danger into which his train was rushing He called to Fireman Anderson who was the time shoveling in coaland 1at from the engine as the trains together Anderson and Merri man were caught under the mass of wreckage and instantly killed The two engines were reduced to scrap iron and thirteen cars were destroyed eleven of which were in the north bound train Nearly all of these contained coal and coke there being three cars of merchandise jbuttwOor Acar ofmules con Norfolk Va was in the south bound train the second car from the engine and eight of them were killed The remaining 19 in the car were saved the side of the car break ing in such a manner as to set them free in a field It is remarkable that everyone of them were not killed MillsElizabethtown News Four miles west of Sonora is a mill run by Charles inland This mill was originally built seventyfive years ago and for forty years since the death of Jesse Bland Mr Charles Elands grand father it was not operated and allowed to rot down with decay Last summer Mr Bland rebuilt it and has since been The most run1bybursts out Qf a cliff in a great volume of water and runs abovethe ground for disapapears in a cavenever to be seen again Near where it bursts out the cliff the mill is located and the water is amply sufficient to run it theyear around t 3t 7f- An Axe rr To Grind Often causes the meal to be late or the house to get cold etc etc Use Axeaaudit will not bejnecessary to resort to grind fng every few weeks They stay sharp be cause are made ofsharp stuff Buy one and odvidnev rbuy another because one will last you Ia lifetime if you take proper care of it The Blue Diamond Saws Chissels Edge Tools and Drawing Knives have no superior Remember BUY NO OTHER BRAND We have two secondhand Ranges for sale They will be put in good condition and sold at a low price McElroy Schultz a f 08QOogoeQeQQ t dabbing Rates jn n FORQ = I 1905 in iTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN and n i Qi You will a Save a i Money By selecting k 1 your winter readingPCh c from The 0 bJ10 1T bing list TOS uuuuuuuuu uuu Miss Pauline Morton One of the prettiest of the debutantes at Washington the present season Miss Pauline Morton second daughter of the secretary of the navy Paul Morton Miss Pauline Is a sweet gir Ij graduate of eighteen having closed her school days at a justI ble seminary Miss Mortons and accomplishments her friends say will make her the belle of many An napolis balls Are you Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by keeping their digestions in good condition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of BennetsVille S CIsays For years my wife suffered in tensely from dyspepsia complicated a torpid until she lost hei strength and vigor and became a mer wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her- at once and finally made her entirely healthyGguarantees them at 50c l bottle ic Both pa j pcrslyr- n L75Weekly r Weekly Louisville Herald125 nAmerican 150 yWeeklyRepublic L7a SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat Il5if 175HomeAmerican Agriculturist 175nAmerican EpitomiseAmerican Farmer v 150 0Country135Farm nReview of Reviews 325 Lippincott Magazme285 400Ledger 0 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 nSunny SO nth 150 il IeFu QQQrQQoooaeaa I Trusts Too Powerful t proIter Growers4q elation makes public the following organizationfEverywhere we turned when la New York City seeking to raise the BurleyGrowershands of the tobacco combine and the Standard Oil interests were extended fromftnaking putIwe proofsthatof tobacco the committee was told that it was all right but for us to return the next day The next day developed the fact that the tobacco combine and Standard Oil influences had been at work The directors of the trust company had in he meantime held a special board meeting and agreed that the loan should not be extended Various excuses were offeredthat the scheme manyfarm t the purchasers would have to be found The negotiations extended from day to day and as we cleared away one set of difficulties others were interposed Finally it dawned upon us that we had rothersiteuation confronted us We were followed from place to place mid just when we were about toM askdwas a refusal r I WANTEDIR II + naaQQaaa QQQQQOQQQQQQQQQQQ Q 0 1 j VoflngContestl- w I n n Tell The Sun By Voten j n n IIsnI WHO Is the Most Popular Farmer in Washington1 County WiIoHtIsthe Most PopularSchool Teacher Washington County n J The Prizes i A votesTheTO THE FARMER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun n will give an Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 Either right or let hand i TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest n tuber of n Votes The Sun will give either a Websters Dictionary the una= bridged latest printor a ladys handsome Writing Desk I CONDITIONS i Every 1 paid on subscription entitles you n to fifty votes for each contestant Coupons clipped from The Sun each week entitle you to one vote for each of the contestantsl n COUPON n n t Q n I castyotes for lady I cast votes for Jt j farmer i 0 ct J castvotes for l Li teacher n Remember thiS coupon is good for one vote for each contest I ant Clip it out and send it in every week I n n i SPRINGFIELD SUNn Springfield Ky n tl n Q O 1o 1n L L cIj 2J1 Killing of Jno Butts From The Spencer Courier The followingaccount of the killing of Jolm Butts is taken from the diary of Salt River Tom The circumstance will be remembered by some of our older citizens and the article will doubtless prove of general interest The entry is of Jan 5 1865 and is as follows As I came in from work about sun set six Federal soldiers came riding up to our home It was Capt Ed Terrel and his squad They were heavily armed and demanded clothing and pro vender This afternoon they come down from Mt Eden and located John T Butts a guerrilla who despite the warning of friends irrespective of party affiliations lurked around his old haunts Butts joined the guerrilla band last June and as they were hunt ed andchased he was cut off Terrell came upon him near the mouth of Candy branch on Salt river where Butts was skating on the ice A few shots were exchanged and Butts escaped across the river They followed him over and decoyed him back with a lag On advancing up Butts realized his mistake and as he was shaking bands with Thompson he aimed to draw jSjjhis revolver from his belt Thompson winked at Terrell to shoot and at the discharge of Terrells revolye But fell dead on the Jluffysnowai victim of his reckless bravery Then they robbed the bodyof boots coat wind aCbrace of pistols and took horse leaving the body in the snow covered valley where relatives and friends soon found him The next day Butts was buried at Van Buren A marble slab with a flag engraved marks his grave Butts was a brave cpurageons young man reckless and disregardful of danger an intense Southern sympathizer ready and willing to Sacrifice life itself for a hopeless ca and a last fell a victim to his zeal usCl HAt 10 oclock Terrell crossed Salt river and over Nelson This was the beginNngof hi career in that county On their departure we gathere- around the hearthstone talking of th sad tragedy as Butts was a neighbor boy Butts untimely taking offso tragically in the meridian of life cast a gloom over the community for he wasa popular young man The field of his exploits was in Nelson county where he fearlessly rode with Zay Coulter Tom Henay One Afm Berry antltothersinButts was under a delusion for re Iiv With 52 Issues I of Thi Springfield SUN One reading of the paper will convince you that you got a bargain The Subscribers Free Col umn alone is worth many times the price ofsubscription Call Upon us In the Opera House Bldg I Subscribe Todayf maining There so long at a time It was not gOO policy to suppose the Federals would tolerate a guerrilla hostile to their views and who would shoot when opportunity afforded to stay unmolest contsa was qrmedindeath was the result ISALT RIVER TOM Nelson Items Kentucky Standard Mrs Dessie Green died Tuesday night GeorgesSmith of the Bellwood neighborhood Deceased was aged about forty year and her death resulted from pneumonia tMr Wl T Spalding was reappointed asrMaster Commissioner of the Nelson Court with D J Dalmazzo C T At Asas been Commissioner for several years ofecer Messrs N J Veatch and R M Shepherd of Boston have purchased a tract of timber land from Joe RCon ner near Frederickstowir and they will remove their saw mill from Boston to the above place this week They have also bought a boundary of timber near Botland from Otis Porter Both tracts contain very fine timber of various kinds fJtY1i j j1t1Ut1 FJ Look Out for Him Glasgow Times A tranger is going through the coun try selling what he claims to be Japanese Canary birds He charges 100 a bird which money it is said will go forth benefit of the Japanese soldier Thebirds are nothing but sparrows with their plumage dyed brilliant colors Watchout for the swindler DepositII Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thunnan VicePresident J A Boulwaro Cashier CnililtJrHDIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisf tion Guaranteed J oooooooooooooooooooooooooo r A Useful Scientist Professor Harvey W Wiley of Wash ington is one of the best known chem ists in the Tilted States and lie hn put his knowledge of chemistry to good use in various ways among others being his experiments to determine the effect on the human system of the pre servatives used by many manufactur ers of food products in putting up meats Dr Wiley Is fiftyseven years of age He was graduated from nan over college in 1867 and has received from Harvard university the degrees of Ph D and LL D He has held professorships in several institutions i Death of Judge Felix JudgeJohnat 1215 oclock today after a brief ill ness He had been confined to his roqm with la grippe since Monday and last evening pneumonia set in which was the cause of his death He was born in Woodford county seventy years ago and was a son of the late Josiah Felix a well known farmer and stock trader Judge Felix came to Anderson county in 1855 and taught school for several years In 1868 he graduated from the law department of the University of Louisville with honors and has been a prominent member of this bar every since He was County Judge for eight years and last November was chosen asS the Democratic standardbearer for the next term which was equivalent to an election He is survived by his widow and three sons Dr J C Felix of Indian Territory the Rev Alvert Felix af Missisi sippiand Lucien LFeliXof Canada and one daught r Mrs James S Shouse of Versailles and one brother y the Rev William Felix of Lexington The Terrors of a SnakeDance The following description of a Mbki Indian snakedance appears in the March Womans Home Companion The writer thus describes the most dramatic part pf the ceremony iThen came the snakepriests who made a most dramatic entrance Their bodies were smeared with red paint their chins blackened and outlined with streaks of white Four times they marched around the plaza chanting their weird plain tive music Suddenly one of the priests dropped to his knees before the kisi and reappeared with a rattlesnake in his mouth holding the body midway II between his teeth This feat was per formed by each man in turn in the march around the plaza dropping the snakes at certain points to gather fresh ones as they passed the kisi Then a group of little halfnaked lads from five to ten years of age who were being initiated were made to prove their bravery and courage by holding the snakes some of which were so large that they hung to the ground as their raspinglithemAt the height of the excitement when the ground fairly heaved with snakes that repeatedly coiled and sprang at the ankles of the dancers and while those in the mouths of the snakechiefs made ferocious efforts to strike and turned themselves twining around the necks of their captors gasps of terror from the overwrought nerves of the women tourists awakened me from a trance of horror Just at that moment as if in answer to the tions which the snakes are peI to the under world a swept down the valley and a rainbow of promise unfolded like an opalescerft ribbon across the wonder of an Arzona sky A Chicago Aldermarf Owes Ills Election to Chamberlains Cough Remedy cI can heartily and conscientiously recommend Chamberlains Cough Reme 1y for affections of tho throat and lungs PeoriaIbeing o erheattd which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled to s op as I could not speak aloud In toItook two doses that afternoon and could not b live my senses when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely subsided I took several doses that k right on talking through the campaign andI t medicine that I won my seat in the Council This remedy is for sale by C J Haydon r High CFthe iWhoso The Society debated the question bylawstantly growing menace to our institutions of overcapilasatioij of concentra fewIs corporations supported by instances from our recent history was convincingly argued by the affirmative The negative pointedout all the advantages the country has reaped from combined capital and re characITrusts were the natural evalution of business conditions and that they were pretected by industrial rights no less than individual interests were The President Mr Barber decided in favor of the affirmative The Shakespeare Class and some of the teachers are going to see Mansfield- in Richard III when he comes to Louis vile March 10 Much to our regret and to the schools countryhthp the scarcity of farm help makes this necessary we believe this is one of the defects of our educational system economytosacrifice to parents and after h e has his education he can soon recover whatever seeming financial loss has been incurred It pays better in the end to boysinthe close of a term usually necessitates dropping back a grade which means a year of a students life The first sign of Spring has come Lynne Bush sitting on a rock whittling watching the other boys play balL Beware Hoods fingernails DrMudd they are poisionous Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon entered schoolMonday and we confident ly hope soon to wjn his affections from his native city We had expected to be able to publish an original poem from the facile pen of Jno Shuck but Miss says they are all copyrighted Elmer Hume who has read in his Physiology that sighing is beneficial soliloquizing after the party It maybe subjectively beneficialbutitdoesnt otherfellowsliesmore Elmer sigh no more maidens were inconstant ever Prof to Booker who was admiring something he saw in a pocket mirror BookerBookerNothing i STELLA SIMMS l ChiefRUTH RAY f Gossips JNO JAC1 McCHoiwCIief Rennrters 1iTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN AND MEN and WOMEN FOR 15O i U Men and1 Vomenisa Catholic magazine published at Cincinnati Ohio and is one of the very best dollar UnitedI withIIS and entertaining The leading artists and literateur con tribute tq Men and Women P By special arrangements Iwith the Men and WomenrPublishing Co we abled to make this remark ably low clubbing offer- ADDRESS SUN1I t t r tt l Cl iiIIIj t r W 7 Fr 47 fr0 i z 8m I 0ke f tRe Glen LIt y J i llj faf J r rc TLB D Lakes New Brand of 5c Cigars r l 2 i t 4 t J J t1A- IrIalLAIIpgLI f f 1 J I 4 1IIIII 1811111 2 m11tI Iel fal SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance- Ji ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Application has beea made through the Springfield Ky postoffice for sec ondclass rates- TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 T TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year SLrllonths 50 Three 3Ionths 1gedalwaysyouwishDEMOCRATIC TICKET LitseyCoracCOCSTV CLERK W F Booker QaybrookeSHERIFF Rtri n T OF J W Bnsh JAILER Geo D Catlett assESsosT P OBryan T 3KtcheU Deputy CoRO saJ3M Montgomery 4THE SON OF A BLACKSMITH Twelve St Louis women sit ting as a jry eaqh gave area son for the cause ofso many di- vorceS T ey are as follows Girls marry men they know little about is too much independence husband and wife jTheri people frequently are o live with are regarded as situ without the religfous element Ministers have married persons they know were not fitted to be married The blacksmiths son cannot daughteroftheLawyers who solicit trade by guaranteeing divorces are largely responsible- Elopements cause entertainment and amusement but not the anxiety which they should The example of New Yorks four hundred is bad for the rest of the of today do not show enough loyalty to their husbands Divorce is so to secure I married persons treat lightly bonds of matrimony Young women do not heed ad vice of parents in regard to marriage All are good and sensible excepting the following The blacksmiths son can not livehappily with the daughther of man social sphere The mere fact that a man is t t Seed Time AND Sowing Time HAYDON BARBER Handle all the best varieties of seeds and will sell them to you at LOW Prices U- TI CBarber r r son of a blacksmith is no reason why he could not ve happily with the daughter o a man in a higher socialsph re If the son of the blacksm this a gentleman if he is uprighsober honorable and genteel a nd if he loveS the girl ofa highe social sphere and if she loves him she will be happier as his ife than if she had married some noes Count Prince or cheap Johnnie with a rich daddyV do not believe that a woman Dught to marry a man who is far beneath her intellectually In ime she would find his ignoran e to be extremely embarassing to her but if she meets the son fa blacksmith who has good sound horse sense tagged with the above Qualifications had best cross the Rubicon him his hel cop pipe and twist ng green tobacco than to to make the trip with one of e Willie heroes of a college team But away with footran wo man ought to marry a man whom she believes beneath herself so dally or intellectually no man ought to marrya woman whom he believes beneath h mselfso classy or intellectually Observa tion has taught us that unions of this sorrtoo often pro e disastri ous But adopt sensib e methods when YPlattempt t measure e a mans intellect or pass upon his qualifications and fitness for society Whenever a young man feel that his sweetheart ias pretty as a peach in a wildness of blos soms as sweet as sorghum molasses and as bright as a star on the coat of a cloud aydihencvcr she feels that he is President of the United States and the King of England com bined it about tine to see the old tbhim that you are exp ecting an in j creaser salary MONEY r mmrrcia Certainly this is a c s age People are proud ofIt Everyday we are Wowing and bragging about tlip wonderful strides of eujvtvii- uicommercializing nent toward America even fr mwYork do i to nigger settlements of Georgia gloating over the fact that man is tramp ing down the rose for the doU lars that he has turned his eyes from the sunpatli in the blue Unuheupdn a P ver Vond thiS commer IJcial age of erful1it Money Thats the song tion Its the prdse and poetry of the world the LoveStory of very kingdom of the earth Moreyl Ah shes ten thousand times IT in let ters as high as the Washington Monument and as broad as hells act A onedollar bill is than New Foundland fhalf and a few thdusandof em more powerful than the ribsj through the bosom of the earth Money Its perfectly delightful inspiring and devine we are told alas we are toldt jwe are told by those who know Its the mbsreffective coaxer un der the domeof heaven with it a fellow dan be hired to spit Jpng roarable slab at his grandmamrrjys grave throw a brickbat at e fen ing star and make faces at the moon Its persuave powers in duce our fellow citizens to pace eIa wreath of roses upon ofta iellhound and a caPof thistles upon the brow of a friend The coin of the realm is the light of the world Gods sunshine and moon and stars to the contrary notwithstanding its the pillar of the universe the foundation of the continents of the world and sixtenons of the eighty millions- of Americans are striving every day eighteen hours to the day to build tj these pillars and upon these foundations the structure Fortune The remaining four tenths are accounted for as follows Onetenth in the peniten tiary as a result of having blow ed a safe touched a money drawer or snatched a purse one tenth in the poor house string halted quarter = horses forever out of the race for goldonetenth is out under the blueskies chat ing mirages through great valleys and over mountains and fallow ing the suntrails with a s oft qf a dozey conception tijll the great broad curtain in the Vest unrolls arid an evening starsprays the meadow with a dini mejlow tress then keeping step tqthe tinkle of the cow bell thisone citizenshipicontent ed in the subsets glow to their respective vines and fig trees where tired arid weary wives have preparedan evening meal of but termilk mjddlin and corncake all of whichwas borrowed from the next door neighbor There maining the eighty millions onetentbofl Americans- are seated upon goods boxes silt barrels and curUstones and that too in plain violation of the laws of the country cussin the Presi dent of the United States wish for a drink and inakin rremarks abut veo leIAnd the facts and fig 1ores to date SEED POTATOESEARLY EARLY OHiOS- TRIUMPHS jBURBANKS And other Excellent Varieties All Kinds Garden Seeds Lowest Prices T Irwin McElroy MAUD Mrs J Hunter Peak visited friend and relatives here lasp week Miss Louise Settle is visiting friend- in Louisville this week Wm Shehan srMras in Springfiel- Thursday Mesdames I B Irvine H T SJiehan and Emma Shendler pent one day las week at Dr Shehans Miss Nellie Andrews spent last week with her sister Mrs Edith Duncan G W Thomas whb has been one o the jurors in thti Nelson Circuit- Court returned hom Friday W Er Arnold was in Bardstown Sun dayMrs Sallie Bodine and daughter vis ited at the home of E E Wakefiel- last week Miss Lydia Hus on was called to Louisville last week to be with Mrs George Hayes who is very ill Ben Duncan visited friends here TuesdayL Stiles was here Friday in the interest of The Sun Mrs 1 N Arnold and children were the guest of Mrs Emma Karrick at Bloomfield Friday i A C Kimball was in our town Tues rirddoJsMrs little son were guests at Ray Summits Wednes rMissesMrs Serena Bodine visited Mrs Nelli Shehan Thursday BMrjNeal Boblet and sister Mrs Louis Riddle passe through here en route ao Bloomfield Thursday The Angel of Death visited the hom of Shelby Crume on last Thursday an took therefrom the little son of Mr and Mrs Charles RUby who has been visiting there Thej little one was sick only a few days Dr Shehan wife and son were in Louisville Saturdays Mrs Ora Grume and Miss Katherine Settle spent last w ek with Mrs Katie Shewmaker Miss Josie Shehan waS the guest o Mrs Ora Crume la Saturday Little ijliss Mary Batterton entertained in honor of her fourth birthda on the 2Jst A delightful time was spent by r31 Thos who were fortunate enough to be present were Messrs Arnold Settle Lile bud Russell Arnold Leslie Brown Willie Carter Samuel Rowland J Norris jr Irvine and Ray Shehan and G W Thomas jr Misses Ella Louise imdBerpice Arnold Francis Settle Margaret Rowland Clyde Thom as Margaret Greer land Aline Shehan The littlehostess was assistedin receiving by her charming aunt Miss Ethel Yount T Miss Norris Bodine was the guest of friends here last week Misses Anna Jones and Flora Stallard entertained the younger seton the 22nd Varies games were indulged in until about five oclock hen the guest were invited to the dinrHngroom The table yas a dream of loyliness The center- Piece was made ol ferns mosses and roses After an elegant supper music was rendered by Several of those pres ent Mr and Mrs EjE Wakefield spent Saturday at C J gowns Miss Norris Bodine was the guest of friends here last week R E Nally and wife L W Dawson and wife Mesdames Carrie Campbell and Frank Porter spent Friday at B F SettlesRobert and Norris Shehan are visiting in Nelson county Base ball supplies and fishing tackle at Joseph A Shaders VALLEY Hill S G Tucker arid wife spent one day last week with relatives near Bloom field Miss Pearl Goatler has returned from a pleasant visit to Miss Della Croake at Frederickstowm We are glad to see Mrs Carrol Kelly out again after a severe attack of grip Tom Reed and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with the latters parents at 1 r Maud Fran Moore of Stringtown was in Thursdays of Polin has been theshisds week thetfamily Saturday night Hughie Goatley spent Sunday with Polinf ONeiltdayMiss Miranda Tucker is visiting the Misses Cleaver at Lebanon thedWill ONeil is able to be out after brief illness al Mesdames J W nughes I L Janes and Rl P Goatley spent quite an enjoy able damwith Mrs Chas Donohue last Tuesday Mrs Eliza Mudd who has been quite ill with grip is much improved at this writing The farmers of this community arc very busy burning tobacco beds Born to the wife of Ed Goatley on March 5th a boy JYllilelI Bakerewas some way nt one of the horses which was attached to the enginexand before he had time to m out of the way bothwheels of the engine passed over his body At belnow a con tion at his home here Valley Hill contemplates having tele phones in the near future For the sick use Postum Cereal and Grape Nuts for sale by Joseph A Shader Got Off Cheap fHe may well think he has got off cheap who after having contracted constipation or indigestion is still able NothYLife Pills A Quick pleasant certaincure for headnchec constipation etc 25c at C J Haydons drug store guaranteed It is said that more blacks than whites bought tickets for the in augural ball 1 I I 1I We are Agents for the best n Chilled on EARTH THE Vulcan Buy one it will do you GOOf SERVICE It wiHiWEAR WELL J MT ZION I f Geo Bodine attended court at Spring iJohnhave returned from near Salvisa to the Russell Bros farm here Tom Snyders meat house burned ir Saturday evening destroying all of his meat and lardfH B Bonta was in town Saturday onr business Ben Duncan and Marvin Williams went to Bowling Green Friday where they expect to enter Cherry Bros school Mrs OHIe Morgan of Smithville is spending this week with her aunt Mrs Emma Neale bIt Taylor spent Sunday with Johnnie Mrs Mollie kersonp of Bloomfield is visiting her sister Mrs Kate Wil liams at Maple HilL Attacked By a Mob and beaten in alabor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car canduc tor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and welL I use it in myfaniiIy writes G J WelofTekoesha 1ichp and find it perfect J7 Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c at C J Haydons drug store I F r VINn TONEI I IT IS A BUILDER GIVES HEALTH AMD STRENGTH IIF MAKES YOU WELL i 14 IvINTONE Plow HAYDON BARBER IVastmg 1Indilstioninvaluable In All LunK Throat and Brachial Affections very thing after a spell of lagrip Price 100 IThe HAYDONSPHARMACYEstablished Buy your Drugs Here and Bring Your Prescriptions to us 4 tai seeR s I 1 ti npI DetOoDoaenuaDt GQ e THE FIRST 5 I National Rank e 0 iA OFDSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IiJCAPITAL 50000 r 0 Surplus and Undivided c Profits 25 000 e 0 OFFICERS iJ- e B L Lltsey President 15 JohnW Lewis VieePresldant iJ- e A C McElrov Cashier I a KB Gain otCMWeriJK E Poster Bookkeeper Ue B L Litseyj J W Lewis Sidney Green F if Camp tetl 0L dya n 5 We JEjrant every favor consistent e With safe banking If you have not already an account with this el 0 bankwe invite your patronage e uI eononooon nn Local News Notes i Seed Potatoes Garden Seeds and Onion Sets at Hagan Bros Fresh fish right out of cold storage atF T Cox Cos at all times Iiw In this issue will be found an advertisement of a clubbing offer with Men and Women a Catholic magazine published at Cincinnati Ohio Garden Rakes Hoes Forks and Etc at Hagan Bros Youll hear the songs youll want to whistle with Bert Marshalls Comedians at Opera House Friday and Saturday March 10 and 11 Prices only 15 25 and 35 cents I 1 Seed potatoes of all kinds at C W HaganshIf there is a merchant in Springfield who believes that advertising doesn pay let him consult some of the farmers who have been advertising stock etc through the columns of The Sun Euchre Prizes by the dozens at Hagan t Bros 4 New Vails and Skirts at MES Wil li Lamst Ask to see our New Pink Rose f OpenStockMiss Minnie McClellan is spendipg several weeks in Louisville and Cincin nati getting familiar with the new styles yi Millinery She will be with Mrs Williams this season and invites all her friends and customers to call on her They will receive the best of at tention Why net get Your oykerofF T Cox Co The best Auctioneer Campbell reports the fol lowing sales at Harrodsburg last Mon WE 1800perlajnd poney 31 one horse 75 one hdrse 90 lone old mule 12 one plug hcjrse 17j one plug horse 4150 one plUg horse 46 one combined mare 1128 There were about 100 head of cattle on the market bringing very good prices iIIf you wjant top prices for your hides and tallowilbririgthem to F4 T Cox Co Jj I FOrSQ ofspinachrHagan Br s Mr Mildred Downs son Ed Downs and Miss Pearl Dovns daughter of Joshua Dorms wei4 married Tuesday of last weekat Fr derjcksto Rev Father Piejters oflici ting Thefriends of the young couple extend cogratula tions nice lbt of country potatoes for sate cheap at C W Hagans Bert Marshalls Comedians funniest show on eat th to be at Opera House next Friday and Saturday March 10 and 11 Pieces 15 25 and 35 cents DBAGCO Mr James Patterson of nea town old to the America Tobacco Co here lat week his crop of tobacco am uniting to 20145 pounds for 2025 89 Mr Giabe Keighley also of near town sold tb the American Tobacco Co his rop of 1567pounds last week for 226933 This crop was produced on fourteen aces JtJuy your Meat atF T Cox Cos andget the best 85 free delivery Garden seeds of all kinds now on display bought early and are selling cheap C W Hagari tIAGCIDENTJ afternoon while a little son of Mr Ed Russell and two other small boys were at play under a shed to the rear of the Ameri can tobacco jwarehouse the joice sup framestgay s way a upon little Russell was caught beneath oneof theheavy window frames and was quite severely hurt the tim ber striking him across the back How ever no bones were broken and unless the spine is injured he will soon be well The other boys escaped without injury Cash paid for furs hides and feathers his H Jones Springfield Heinz Preserves and Apple Butter in bulk atflagan Bros STRAYED Pn my place about December 15 1904 a black hog will weigh about 70 or 80 pounds Owner can have same by paying for this saver tisement arid for his keep hMRs F P SANSBURY Try a IPoundofour Special Roast Coffee IHagan Bro When yqu have read The Sun send to your neighbor and tell him to read lit opening chapters of A Soldier of t YU- URPrescriptions i oe I i Telephone Yesterday regard the dispensing of PHYSICIANS TIONS our most important duty why PRESCR1pI fully realize how much depends on the t IAPrescription Depattmeilt will convince the most skeptical that wehave NECESSARY FACILITIES and a variety of the BEST MEDICINES and Latest Chemicals for Skillfully and Conscien tiously Filling Any Prescription Wo treat all honorably and give the best possible service to all concerned You are cordially invited to bring or send your prescriptions and to come to us with all your drug store wants Phone 89 and you will get delivery Dont Forget We Work our SPECIALTY and for this reason 1IakePrescription and fresh stock of drugs and chemi cals When your physician gives you a prescription if you will stop to think ageiyou will naturallyI you filled where you know it will be compounded of t j Purest and Freshest Drugs that be gotten and which have not been accumulating for twenoor twentyfive years Ion t think because your prescription is written on some other druggists blank you are compelled totake them there Bring them to us we are preprred to fill them all of ilie purest and freshest drugs WOOD WELLSIDruggists and Pharmacists 4 eL e IIt TilE WD iI OF THE MOAHIN The Wings of the Morning th first installment of which will appsar in our next issue is one of the stongest most thrilling and m tf stoties ever written Those of our readers who have read fA Solder of Commerce t will find The Wings of the Morning superior to it in every detail We can promise you that you will not find a dull chapter iri the entire story If you have friends who are jnot sub youIwill call their attention to this stpry JAIl paper containing be mailed to them free upon receiptJf 1 in payment for one years subscription to The Sun Peculiar Accident Alittle two y earold daughter of Mr and Mrs C J Hay on met with quite largeIinhaJedI is a The first tjiat Mrs Haydon knew ofj the matter was when she heard thaI child coughing from strangulation Dr Lampton v4s hurriedly summonedand when he arrived he found the little one in a very serious condition However restoratives were administered and the child soon regained consciousness Dr Lampton informs us that the serious result was due to the irthala bon of gas iand that had the can not been full 0 oil the child would lidely inhaled enojigh gas to have killed it JAn Old Clock Mr E M Russell has in his Jewelry Store for repairs a clock which Is a great curiosity It is unquestionablyI over one hundred years property of Mrs Cliff Greene she hav ing recently bought it of Mrs Robert Cregor of the Simms neighborhood The works are constructed of wood and it was made by Henry Terry Co Plymouth Conn and is the invention of a man named Eli Terry The clock has an alarm a very unusual thing in the older makes The alarm hamme- strikes a large bell and makes enough noise to wake up a Georgia nigger The mechanism of the timepiece is a wonderful piece of work Stock Sales Last week v S Gibbs of Willis burg sold to CC Brewer of Bloom field a threeyearold mare for 2001to Gibbs Moffett of Glensborq a three yearold stallion Chester Hyatt by Chester Dee for 300 a horse to T P OBryan for 125a horse mule to 0 Daniels Co for 140 two horse mules to Mr Moran for 240 a Jack to Col Woop of Lincoln county for 300 A can of Small Sweet Beets will please you Hagan Bros Till Ballard son of James Ballard of- Botland and Miss Mary Rose Janes daughterof Nathan Janes of Green Briar were married by Fattier Peiters at Frederic last week II you want a nice country ham call 58 and you can get it Just think purecountrr lard at 10 cents per pound C W Hagan Sherman Caldwell colored a familiar figure on the streets of Springfield died last night after a short illness o galloping consumption Dont forget that I urn sole Aent for The Celebrated Malt Tonic Every- case guaranteed G W Hagan Mr James Yaste died at his home i Harrodsburg last Saturday after an illness of several weeks of dropsy He was the father of Mr J B YaSte of this county and was wellknown here Bring me your furs hides and feath ers arid pricesh Most Popular Young Lady Miss Robbie SimmsL 2855 Miss Sadie Mayes2294Miss Lydia McElroy 1017 Miss Lizzie Waters 453 Miss Annie Clayhropke v 352 Miss Belle Hinton 282 Miss Fanny McElroy 805 Miss Rose Osbourne 251 Miss Lula Merritt 203 Miss Louise Settle 300 Miss Nettie Elder 200 Miss Mattie Whitehouse 104 Most popular Teacller Miss Emma Miss Ella Shaunty 2163 Miss Annie May Osborne 350 Miss Jennie Redding 350 Mrs Kate Hayes 150 r booo t caoo IeooaQo o pao el1e05 atlNotese Io 0oVisitors In ahd Out of TownA n rianOQOQgb Little Elizabeth Smith of Bards town was here a few days last week ClayIrooMr and Mrs iJ C Claybrooke spent Sunday with Mrs Claybrookes parents Mr andMrk Smith of Bards town Mrs John W Lewis returned home i last Friday from a visit to her mother at Lebanon Mrs Fred Hagari spent several days last weitk with friends and rel Lebanon tiyesatI Mr1 and Mrs CC returned hone from Frankfort Miss Minnie McClellen left last Saturday for Louisville where she will spend several weeks in the wholesale millinery houses selecting a stock of spring styles Miss Rebecca McWhorter is in Louisville where she is having hereyes treated V Mr and Mrs Lev Brown who have been living in Louisville have moved ack to Springfield and are occupying part of the residency of Mr J NKelly- on Highstreet Little Wander Campbell who was quite severely burned last week by faIl- ing into a pan of boiling water is im proving Sho has been a patient little sufferer for several days but it is to be hoped that she will soon be well again Mr W A Thompson of gloom field was here a few days last week and on Monday of this veek to visit his parents IMr and Mrs H P McChord spent Sunday in Lebanon Pi great many girl from here at tended a party at Miss Rose Mackins near Lebanon given in honor of her gtest Miss Blanford last Saturday af ternoonfMr and Mrs John L Offutt of Yrwith Mrs Offutts parentsand Mrs J R ClaybrooTce near town entertaiJedtheMiss Catherine Cain eight handed euchre club last Saturday evening Miss Berth Ha don won the ladies prize and W EJ Leachman won the gentlemans prize Mr JohnMiller was in Lot isville last weekIfon enterta ed a few of her friends last Wednesday evening Miss Sarah Simm was in Lebanon Sunday Miss Mary Dahoney has returned- to her home in Lebanon after a visit to friends here M Little Louise Searcjy was in Louisville last week =Miss Mary Gleason is visiting her sister in Louisville Atiss Ella I hampSOrl visited friends in Loretta last Miss Elise Durrett and sister Mrs Hyatt have gone to Bloomfield for a visit Miss hate Mayesj entertained at flinch at her home on last Monday even ngIHenry Wells who is attending Saturdaywith his sister Mrs Yocum ofMoores ville and Sunday at Maud Miss Susie Thompson of Louis ville is visiting her grandmother Mrs Caroline Thompson of In ear town Lebanonn Sunday Mir J Henry Hurst of Louisville visited relatives here the first of the week MrR H Mullicari is at home to spend a few days with relatives and friends He is well pleased with his Standing of Contestants Nunanr2654- Miss Sallie Carricoe 30S Clayton Stallings 250 Thos Prathers 75 Miss Stella Virgin 108 Miss Sarah Ross 50 lE163 W S Gibbs 137 Robt Mcllvoy 684 Sam Nally 967 Geo West 682 Fleece Bosley 404 Ed Yocum 250 John Russell T J Trent J H R Thompson 20C Voting coupons may be clipped fro The Sun from week to week and sent in a few days before the contest closes or they may be sent iri each week 4Jox s f f 1fit ZSw STOCKAt my place west of Texas and one mile from pikeon the Froman place I will on e tIt t Saturday March 18 1905 j Sell to the highest bidder afr public auction beginning at q Junelzrcr X i weanling colt H cows and calves r yearling teer r steer tIt tit calf i yearling Ijeifer 4 dry cows r thoroughbred Polled An gus Bull 2 years told In June 30 head of ewes and e property TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALFT s vft COL R E WHAYNE Auctioneer ffi4ttJ rtl 11 Itttl iT I or or or jlceptonness arid that longing for a glimpse of familiar faces and a word from familiar voices he is doing fustj rate Mr Mr W R Rbutt district Manl ager of the U S Healthand Accident Insurance Co of SaginawMich is in town Miss Margaret E Pope of darks dale Miss who has been visiting her mother here for several days left Saturday for her home at Clarksdal Miss Nellie Simms entertained twen ty irxii girls at flinch laSt Satur iJ y aftt- ernoon Miss Rodman Thurman won the prize IEisMrs Willard Thompson and Mrs Elizabeth Mclntire were guests at the home of Mrs Caroline Thompson one day last week t Miss Pearl Edelen and John Kelly visited friends in Plesant Groye last Sunday Mr H F Thompson and Luther Barlow of near Litsey will leave the last pf this week for Hot Springs where they will remainsix weeks receiving treatment for rheumatism Mr J B R6bertson who is now at Hot Springs for rheumatism writes to his friends that he is improving but will not be at home for two or three weeks i Miss Effie McBride of Bradford ville after a visit to Miss Myrtle Martin has returned home Miss Lucy Brown of Morganfield arrived here yesterday to be the guest of Mrs J L Barber jIMrs Leo Ha donand san returned home from Bardstow last night after a three weeks visit to her mother at that placeI Miss Katie Wharton entertained a few of her friends at flinch on last evening Ben Medley Of Louisville who has been here on a visit to his parents for a few days will go to wewsboro in the morning to attend tosome business Miss fyrieJrice entertained the Euchre Chb on last Thursday evening This is the last meeting of the Club for several weeks Mrs John W Lewis was called to Lebanonthis morning by the serious illness of her mother Mrs Larah Phillips Miss Lydia McElroy delightfully entertained a few of her at eighthanded flinch at her home on last Thursday evening Miss Adelaide Kelly who has been visiting Miss Alathaire Medley for several days will return to her home in Louisville tomorrow Miss Medley will accompany her home for a several days visit lProf G W Colvin and the follow ing students will leave Friday morning for Louisville to see Mansfield in Rich ard II that evening remaining over Saturday to see him in Beau Brnnnel Misses Francis Martin Mary Haydon Eunice ONan Stella Simms Dorothy McElroy Bettie Irvine Sallie Carrico Bessie Roberts and Jnb McElroy Jack McChord Hood Cunningham William Waters Jr Booker McClaskey Lyman Barber Misses Sallie McElroy and Annie McChord and probably others will will also go 0School Honor Roll The following Js the roll of honor for February at St Agues school Scholarship and Deportment Sixth GradeBertha Keene L D Walker MuddcFifth Grade Oscar Keene Edgar Hamilton Third Grade RobertnMoments GuyHamilton Jos sin Johnnie Anderson and Lettie Keene tr l JNO BAILEY I1F 4F9 fMF4 ti F iiF itfittutitt t h+ + + + W Tarantulas Last Saturday morning when Will Hagan of the firm of Hagan BrOSwas pullingsome bannanasfrom the stalk he discovered a nest of young tarantu as By means of a scoop and a garden rake he succeeded in unnestmg the whole layout of little deathdealers 1ingthem to the roaring flames of a Jumbo heating stove The insects were too young to be dangerous but had they been preserved until July or August and kept ina healthy state it would have taken a companyof Kentucky State Guards to have stamped em out Indeed we are glad that Mr Hagan had a scoop and a garden rake handy and a big hot fire with which to exterminate them The rake and scoop usedin this transaction will now be of AT COST If you want either one call upon Hagan Bros and buy it at just what it cost them Marion Falcon While pulling some bananas from a bunch at the store of W F Brintbn Son at the depot Saturday Mr W G Hundley the clerk had a narrofe escape from being bitten by a tarantula Just as he was in the act of takinghold If of the fruit he discovered something black ahd upon examination it proved- to be one of those nons insects that are found in the landwhere this favorite fruit grows It was about two fingersjtaken from its hiding place it was ready to fight anything thai came along and for ear some one would get bitten by it Mxr Brihton put it in the stove Early Triumphs Early Ohios and other seed potatoes at lowest market price at Joseph A Shaders Rhinoceros meat was the piece de resistance at the dinner ofthe Canadian Club at the Hotel Astor in New York One Minute Too Late expressionhundreds to negligence frequently to a dont caresortofadisppsition but you are one very often incorrecttimeone minute too late because of a poor timepieceJAMES GRAVES SPRINGFIELD Watchmaker and Jeweler will repair it for you at a very reasonable price A nice line of Watches Jewelry etc always in stock JEWELRY REPAIRING A SPECIALTY QOgOogoaOOQOeg JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention- Every courts shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Barial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74a aoooOOooOOoO aS D LAKElnsuranceAgent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and AccidentA V =Old Massachusetts Mutual ato Uiband the beyt dividend payln2 9ml4I1Tol th8 world Your tnsaranee d f t i a 4 f it opoooooooooooooooboooooooo Lzo BJYDOJfS B THOWSOJ JR I HAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE t Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men 18IDr WF TrustyPr- actical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork at reasonable prices All work guaranteed i Once over Harden Barber IDr1 JtM1iurtnRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With- outl Pain I CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyOffice Dr J H LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonlairda ed Federal Courts C C McCHORD I ATTYATMWSp Will practice in all State and Federal Courts 4 W D CLAYBROOKEA- TTYATLAW Springfield Ky W88h1nlrtona W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashingtDa eoopoooooopoooo HAYDON THOMPSON r Hftdtrttkirs and Emialmirs f Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Casket We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness ooooooonno oo7 DIRECTORY Circuit Court L H Thurman Springfield Ky judge R L Durham Corn Atty F M Campbell clerk Geo Cat lett jailer M G mAn Master Commis aioner Byron Cronke SheriffDeputies Ed Masters Sha e Sidney Osborne Spring ifield Richard Isham Macville R H D Trustee Jury Fund Courtbegins Fourth days in FebrUary May and OctOber County CurtB L Litsey judge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mays County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each month eachICourt at Tuesday in October and April TreasurerRobt Noe Other County Officials Jaa F Moore Sur Teyor Assessor JasL Royalty T P OBrian depn tp Supt of Schools J Bush Coroner J M Montgomery METHODIST CHOBCH Rev J C Hosklnon Pastor Services on the first and third Sundays in each month at a xn and 700 p m Sunday School every at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CHURCH Rev P F Hennessy Pastor Services every Sunday at oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHCRCH Eld W P Walden Pastor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month Rev T D Latimer IIPJUaBYTERUJf every Sunday at 11 a m y School every Sunday at every Thursday evening at 7 ocloc- kBrrisrEnuacaRev Wm Harrison Wil liamPastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and 7 p m Sunday School every Sun day at 930 a m Pra7ermeeting every Wed nesday evening Magistrates DIs No Jas L Mudd No 2 Jno H No 3 R D Riles No Jas Divine No 5 J R Mays No6 Jno O Polland Secret Societies Masonic Springfield Lodge N05QF AM Master R L Sutton Secretary Meetings nights First and Third Monday nights in each A coallands deal involving 3000000 was consummated in Pennsylvania ti Crowds of Buyers Original Caudy Advertiser Discloses His Methods Murray of Chicago isa philo ITom merchant who advertises his application of homely philosophy to business with resulting fame and riches i George W Loft of 54 Barclay street and 20 Cortlandt street New York Is an advertising philosopher who has ape plied his stock of common horse sense to every detail of his business with astonishing success His fameis a mer chant is extensive As a witty judge of human nature it Is limited to the trade his employees and his friends Tom Murray and George W Loft are analogies as judged by advertising lights They prove again what can be accomplished with a small capital when the right bu Jhssmethods are allied to advertising even in these days of sharp competition As an example of Mr Lofts sagac ity and wit the following story as told to a Printers Ink reporter Is worthy of notice The average duration of a courtship between a man and a woman is rough ly speaking one year The average term of married life is twentyone years During the courtship period the young man alive to the necessity of making a good impression on his fiancee brigs her Huylers candy After marriage this necessity Is removed and the young husband Is inclined to provide the sweets for his wife on a more economical basis often saving onehalf and onethird the price That was my cue I was willing to let Huyjer have the year of courtship If in turn I got the twentyone years that follow The amount of business done today in our two stores will show whether weve got them or not The acumen displayed In the above largely explains Loft Cos success When their first store was opened they had little or no capital Candy is a luxury and a staple A retailer of candy is naturally competition with every other candy store in the city and there must be several thousands of them Lofts not only does this but it successfully competes with every can dy store within a radius of thirtyfive miles around New York The wonderful success of the Loft stores Is due to something more than a surface reason It is interesting to hear Mr George W Loft explain it himself I reasoned that If dry goods stores could buy and sell candy and pay ad vertising bills the manufacturers ought too still better Our firsl advertising venture was a twentyeight line space in the New York Journal five years ago This was soon increased to fiftysix lines We kept at It moror less regularly but It walt six months before there were any noticeable results On a number of occasions we became discouraged and threatened to give it up Something Induced us to bold on though and aft er seven or eight months the returns began to look promising and we increased the space and frequency of our advertising in proportion to the In creane in business The total advertis ing expenditure during the first year was f500 In the year just passed we spent for the same purpose 20000 and a better investment was never made Ours was the first candy store in this city to advertise in the dally pa pers Since tben others have followed The field was new I believe its as new and full of promise today as ever ul believe advertising should be In creased In proportion to the increase in business The ratio of course becomes different The more goods we sell the less our advertising costs In proportion It Is an Investment in which the gains are compounded Con sequently it would be worse than folly to discontinue Last Christmas eve the number of customers waited on In our two stores was 46000 We had to turn away many without serving them It was simply Impossible to supply all who came I knew beforehand that both our stores would be filled during the nnteChristmoH week and Christmas eve without advertising but it has been a matter of principle with us not to jallow a break in our advertising We just keep It up and try to be prepared for the demand by anticipating- It Besides the Christmas advertising of Lofts candles was new to many people mainly those who buy candy only at holiday times and by attracting this class at Christmas we practically secured a jew list of custom rs for many persons who come in to for a particular occasion only and with whom the buying of candy is a rarity have become regular patrons after becoming familiar with the high quail ties of our goods and the reliability of our advertising Kev0r say anything in your adver Using which you cannot prove or back up has been a strict business principle with ustrom the beginning f People will soon learn whether your advertis ing statements are reliable or IotIteo- ttDnUo hr Printers Ink- ii Plodding together through the saad Here then is thelold situation which bas been dear to mankind ydung andold since the days of Robinson Crusoe a shipwreck an uninhab ted island Defpe found one single human being sufficient for his purpose nowadays a man and a womanare preferred we must have alove interest ewYark Mail and Express 1 BUFFALOBILLS Wife Still Loves HimDeniesThat She Ever Attempted To Poison Him and Is Ready To Hail The Old Scout Home North Platte Feb February 28 Mrs Louisa F Cody wife of Col William IF Cody Buffalo Bill today gave her deposition in the now cele brated divorce suit and denied in toto the sensational and criminal charges preferred against her by her husband and at the same time she said she loved the old scout still that he was kind and gentle with her and the only fault with him was that he drank and caroused She admitted reproaching him on several occasions for his drink ing but said she was never mean to him always treating him asa good wife and a woman should After the preliminary questions with reference to name and age and where born Mrs Cody told the story f her life which in brief is as follow- Reared in St Louis from infancy she was married to Cody when she was 22 years old That was 40 years ago The couple left St Louis at once and lived in Ft Cody did not hav and 1particular employment but dicjl odd jobs From there they went to Haysj City where Cody worked as a buffalo hunter in supplying the railroad graders with meat In 1868 the couple went to Ft McPherson Cody being employed as a scout for the Government Their first child Artr An Indisputable SAFE INVESTMENT The material progress which our country is now and has been making for the past decade of years naturally brings the surface numerous schemes of the getrichquick character that benefit only the promoters of such at the expense of innocent Investors In this age of genuine prosperity with every legitimate business boom ing wages high 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the time is disguised as a waiter on board aship w tropical seas areVshipwrecked and of all the gUests and crew of the illstarred vessel they two alone Survive On a desert island filled withall sorts of hairraising dan gers these two fight for their lives against dreadful odds and incidentally they learn together the alphabet of love There are no dragging intervals in this vol ume from the moment of their landing qn the island until the rescuing crew find them there is not a dull moment for the young peoplenor for the reader ei flier for that matterNeWYOrk Times Saturday Book Review The Wings of the Morning- Will Begin in Our Next Issue iT 1iEiITA was born in St Louis just prior to coming West and the second child Kit Carson was born in a log house in Ft McPherson The Codys did not have f much at thetpost and Mrs Cody took in sewing to help support the family and at the suggestion of the Colonel In 1874 Cody engaged in the dramatic business an shortly afterward they moved to Rochester New York In 1878 th jy came to North Platte and bought roperty here which was afterward ti rned over to Mrs Cody by the Colonel who said she could keep it for them in their old age In 1893 Cody boug t a handsome house inf North Platt and presented it to her In Ft Me herson the Codys were real poor am Mrs Walker gave Mrs Cody clot in j for Kit Carson Cody Mrs Codys answers to the more im portant dues ions bearing on the case follow f We lived in tents in Hays City and 4 in a log ho se in McPherson Cody was away fro n home a great deal of the time and I di d not see muchof him but when he vas at home he was always f very pi asant with me I could not ask for a better man and I always treated him j s any good wife and woman f should TTLike Finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When f haven cold sore throat or lChestirritation better act promptly like + of Sandy Va says a terrible chest trouble t caused by smoke and coal dust on my + lungs but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption + Coughs and Colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world AtC J n s drug store 50c and l guaranteed Trial bottle free + Morgans Men Morgans men will assemble in Louis + villaat the same time of the reunion of the Confederate Veterans in June and their presence will be one of the most picturesque features of that great event A majority of the the veterans of Gen Morgans command live in this State + and it was arranged for a reunion of them with the big reunion It has also been decided to invitethe Governors of all the States to Louisville for the reunion + A Safe Cough Medicine for Children In buying acough medicine for childern never be afraid to buy ChamberlainJs Cough Remedy Thers is no danger = f om it and relief is always sure to vnluabJeforrsale by LAWSON t DEFIES His Enemies Offers Prize 1f His Frenzied Enemies Writ Meet Him On Platform A pecial to the Chicago Tribune from 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OF COMMERCE Btj JOHN ROE GORDON Copyricht by F R Toombsj IK CHAPTER ZZI LAlIASITIlE lIOXAJiTEm OF TnE tc SJCRELYVsaid Orskoff pCtiI thCIfacethe girls I should say not but with our feet and hands tied and we helpless in tbat6Itcamp we could not assist them Its this way Domitan is now camping in r the woods His horses are on the cliff to According to what he said there is a road farther up the pass by which he will take the camels to tha mountains to If that rascal ever gets the girls into the Zannuck stronghold nothing that we can do will avail Weve got to to think of something to do now But what Is it to fight I will fight to the last drop of blood IkJyo fighting will not yelp us Weve got to win out by some trick a They sat down and Orskoff leaned his head in his hands Harvey became intent with his thoughts Hello said Harvey getting to his feet quickly Somebody around here Hear that noise Sounds like a wounded man filling for aid Must be one of the Zannupks or one of the ameers men who hereto get out of the way Tm going to see who and what it Is said Harvey 61 cant see friend or enemy suffer when helpless They soon discovered a man wound ei by spear and sword lying near the side of the road Art thou friends he whispered in the tongue of the ameers people 6We have reason to be enemies tout we have no wish to harm you Is there anything we can do Canst thou bring water 61 could If J knew where there wa any said Harvey Do you know ot- a Is river or spring near by Nay there is none nearer than the Batoola temple And what is this Batoola temple is A place for lamasprIests of the monastery There are many there They are hospitable If I could get there they would know how to deai with my wound- sHowfarisltra It is not far it stands on the high Ray but is surrounded by high walls How came you here 61 was with the ameers men when we were attacked by the Zannucks I was wounded and crawled away from the pass for the Zannucks kill all their wounded enemies I could go no farther You came to a good place The Zannucks are almost within reach of our voices But tell me more about that Batoola temple Ic6As I said it Is a lama ry There are monks of all kinds there missionary monks begging monks praying monks Are theyall natives of Bokhara Not all They come of many nations Could I be carried there Basked the wounded soldier 6We have work to do here broke in Orskoff We cannot give you the time You spoke of begging monks said Harvey What do they beg How they reach people They walk along the roads and askc alms of all they meet It is In this way the monasteries are supported What do they wear What sort of looking j You interested In monks int ernotrupted Orskoff Impatiently We have no time tb think of them 61 am thinking of them very hard just now Again addressing the wounded man Harvey asked v What sort of garb do these mon wear Cloaks and hoods They are bu ble and holy men Ive seen them near Lake Baikal intittd Siberia said Orskoff They coy their heads and faces so their OOOOOOQQOOOQQOQQOOQOOOQOQO CdOOOdOGGOOGOOOeXXXXXXXXXX c Kelly Co Meat Dealers SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYi Offer to the trade at all times The Best Fresh arid Cured Meats We do not buy anything but the best Beef Cattle Porkera i Etc therefore we are prepared to give to the trade the best of meats OOOOOQQOQQQOQOOOObQOOOQQOO COGOOCX5OGOGOOOGOCXXXXXX5OOO grandmothers wouldnt rccognlze them Oh they do And the monastery Is poor supported by alms Yes said the Soldier of the ameer You want to go there I would live if I could be carried there we con d make a litter of sonn kind we mIg t do It We could manage with our coats mate a hair in which to carry him said Qpskoff but we have no the time We cannot forsake our duty the girls fir a wounded enemy We ire not forsaking the girls 1 have an Idea these monks can bo of use us I want to see them Help me make the chair- Harveys voice was imperative Ors protested but it was of no avail tied the sleeves of their coats to and formed what he called ji Russian field chair The wounded man was then picked up and the three started off Tell me more about these monks said13arceyas they went along They are priests of the religion of BuddhaSakymuni They are good and holy men Have I riot heard somewhere that they are suPPosed to be gifted with the power to foretell the future d sort of second sigh Yes they have magic sight Are the Zannucks believers in these monks Yes all of them ow shad we know when we reach monasteryHThere light at the pool If I can be bathed in the sacred pool of Batoola I shall be cured What pod is tha- tsThellte siring pool of Batoola It just within the first gate One who bathes made holy and is given ranch power by the Dalai lama Watch for the light But the dawn breaking we shall soon be able to see for oursfelves An hour later they siw the stone walls of the lama monastery The first gate is there said the BOo kharan who proved to be a young handsome fellow and seemed inclined to be friendly How do we call them asked Han rep as they reached the Iron gate There is a rope Pull it and a bell will ring Harvey pulled a rope that dangled from above and inside a bell tolled twice Immediately the wicket of the gate was opened Who thus disturbs the peace of this holy city isked a voice The hooded 1tnceot a monk peered utat them A wounds soldIer of the nrrippr who geeks thy yelp ans ered the young Bokharan Enter The gnteiwas opened and the monk walked away leaving the three at the edgq of a large pool Soon other monks in their peculiar garb wearing hoods that hid their faces came toward them and the wounded soldier was laid up on a bed brought from the interior Another wall euld be seen and Into side of this was a large building He shall be bathed In the pool by brothers said one of the priests The living waters of Batoola will surely heal ids wounds The gatekeeper went to lock the gate Xaygo6d father said Harvey do lock the gate When we learn of the effect Ofthe bathing on our friend we will proceed upon our way An priest was coming toward them followed by several others The face of the old priest was kindly and mankslIes myman he said nThe old lama gave several orders which his Inferiors put into execution then turned away Harvey inter hlnlne he said as he walked by the old priests sldp may one who knows but little of thy race and reli gion ask a boon r Airmen may corn tops and learn It Is not to feurn for thercfIs not jtime I wish to do that which perhaps s not according to your lutes Not far from Ihere art vkked men hun dreds of thorn who have stolen two young women and will perhaps harm them If we cannot rescue them Two of us against so many are powerless but we could do something by strategy if we wore the garb of your order I have gold and here here Is a wutih from far America here is a dia mond ring from Paris these wIllI to enrich thy temple for the use of twosdch outfits of clothing as thy TheolJpriet looked at him curi ously This request never bias been mad before Ido not understand Wouldst thou scelj to harm us by a Wrongful act Is it + wehmen fr6ni robbers Nay but the robe of a holy thust must not be soiled with blood I promise that no stain of crime shall rest upon it If blood there is it shall bp our own The ing diaiii nci attracted the old oafHe listen 2d to the ticking ejf the iThey are wgnde fug and beauti ful And wouldst thou give both for the use pf two of these garbs Yes gladly Come with me Harvey motl ned to Orskoff who followed him 1f What are you after now he asked monksTl1oldamazement grew as he saw Harvey II An aped priest ucis entity toward thorn hand over to the priest his expenstI watch and valuable diamond ring lrI monkishThese garments are new and have not been consecrated to our purpose t said the lama lake them Remem ber thou shait shed ao blood We promise rtnJ we thank thee With the robes and hoods they went out of the place Harvey started at a quick paco back toward the camp At a convenient place he stopped and r saidAs soon as II heard of thosemonks It seemed to me that this was the so lution of the problem We cant fight 200 men My idea Is to disguise ourselves and appear as old and feeblo as possible traveling in the same direction as Dom tans forces We will ask a lift as far as the Batoola mon ostery and if the Zannucks are believ ers as Bokharan said they will grant what we ask The camels bear ing the girls have the lightest burdens and It ought notj to be difficult to get seats on them Then well1 let the rest take cai4 of itself We can tell what to do when we get there I swear by the holy crown of the great white czar Orskaff exclaimed that you are the most daring and the must resourcefUl devil I ever knew DId anything ever overcome you The world is hour plaything You do whatI you will1with all people If I had asked that old priest for these things he would have expelled me from the place j Well iou art a soldier Ive got to know to talk or I couldnt sell windmills Talk You could convince a man that he was a liorse It takes no great amount pf tall sometimes to convince him be is an as This is the mostsur prising result cif your skill I have ye witnessed Well the thing is fasclnat ing We will try it Tie Russian wondered still more at the resources of the American during the process of disguising themselves The people of the region were dark With the bruised husks of nuts of a walnut tree heinode un olive colored stain which he dabbed over their faces With a pair of fOUling scissors Inn c ot the Itlgsh nstruustucbe bringing sadness to iris heart They made them solves grimy t Ith the soil of tfie road and practiced the lwalk of feebleold men So well aid Ilarvey execute this act that Orskoff said they would become play actors next We are to permit ourselves to be overtaken by Domltans army said Harvey and ask to be assisted jon qur why Let me do the talking Mud what you see me do do also I must plan as I go along for after we poln the Zinnucks there will be no Slowly they trumped along the road and at last Judging themselves tp be about h ilf way between the camp and the monastery they waited Here they come said Harvey Be ready nd keep cool It Will bet the effort of our lives CiIAPTER1xIiA rID lIlAS caravan came on slowly for the men were wiilklng They had sent pt doll of the force round another way to get the horses that nad been lea on the cliff Domitan and his captains rode ahead mountel on horses they lord taken from tie tloklmrans Following carne the little army straggling lilorig in anything but military style laughing and eelt ll their victory thattdiscovered twjo bowed and bent priests resting by t 10 wayside their real hoods oucGr lug their faces except fpr thebyes It well he said to one of hi captain tluiton thb first day of my chieftnlnstiip meet with two holy men upon the way I will give Then alms und hase1helr blessings upon rne Most holy fathers holy ones of th sun bhss rte he said for ant but today the chictof the Zannucks I bless you said Harvey with a weak and trembling voice as he pocketed the gold We are weary and the temple is far Hast thou no seat us on a camel I see there are two apparently but little load It is well that thy presence augurs said Domitan in a sort of exultation Those camels bear the will be my bride and the one ouet be the bride of my brother It will 10 well for us if the holy men ride with them Come He went back to the camels and commanded them to kneel Holy companions wilt thou Lave my sweet ones he said These holy men have blessed me and I have uiarfe theta presents I shall win great vistorlu I Harvey got into the howdah by the side of Alma and Orskoff with ap parent feebleness climbed In with Koura The camelS rose to their feet again and Domitan proudly led on It was not everyday that a chieftain had two lamas in his caravan Orskoff was fidgety He knew that when they reached the monastery tiej would be expected to leave but he had faith that Harvey would surmount the difficulty He saw Harvey scanning the sky and mumbling and making peculiar signs Harvey called to Euiui tan and the chief rode back beavJnswould inspire aweItl see but an t hours ride from this spot a band of soldiers of the ameer coming to give ypu armIedthou wilt surely win But these tenj der children must not be taken into danger if thou wouldst have them tort wives Take thy fighting men and go irrri fVn TTe will remain here where it is safe How many of the ameers soldiers dost thou see holy oue9 Ten score of horse We are their equals We will obey tHee holy one leaving only enough to guhrd thee He appointed an officer and part of n company to remain to guard and led the remainder on tff meet the foe The caravan came to a halt The camels laden with merchandise were brought up and the soldiers put aside their arms to make camp Now you gallant Russian shouted Harvey as he turned his camel and gave it a prick with the blade of his knife The beast flew like the very wind toward Saloon with Kouras cam el in hot pursuit Cries of rage and consternation rose from the soldiers A few shots were fired but no bullet touched them On on they went Nothing stayed the mad flight The howdahs rocked and swayed and the girls became dizzy Harvey goaded his camel to the utmost He could picture to himself a soldier on the best horse sent to inform Domitan the chiefs wild ride back In pursuit his awful rage when he knew he had been duped his murderous desire for revenge Harvey gritted his teeth and sped the camel on Many a long Journey had he taken on the beasts and knew well the handling of them Thus they raced on the fleetest cam els in all Bokhara Jorten hours they kept up the pace Then he knew it would be safe to rest for the best horse Domitan possessed could not overtake them Then on again for hours they sped along the pass then another stop for water and fruit They passed a shep herds cottage and he gave them a good meal Thats enough said HarveyThat will do till we reach Siloon Theres plenty on the gunboat On again they went slacking the pace but little They reached Slloou iu two days The caravan was four days in making the distance Siloon was agape with astonishment when It suw the camels of the ameer racing Into the plate with the two pretty women and two monks It was eager to know the particulars The streets were filled with Russian sailors and Russian guns frowned from u gunboat In the harbor Harvey and Orskoff alighted while the Russians and people of Sloon gathered round Where Is Lieutenant NeviskyT aSk ed Orskoff removing his red hat and robe mild showing himself in ills regu lair uniform Lieutenant Nevisky has been sent back to Salaln wits the reply ota sailor Admiral Platoff is here with the gunboat yonder waiting for you Does he understand- I 1 suppose so We knew you were coming here- Signal the gunboat While the boat was coming Harvey arranged with a bazaar merchant have the camels returned to the ameer who be said would glue a reward for Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dont pot yonrself in this mans plac but keep a of this remedy in your home There is nothing sa good for Colic Cholera Morllu Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan turn and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take Yon or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time conies you will need W113enot tony it now and be prep for suc an emergency Price 25cj urge size 50a Foo sale by C1t Haydon Springfield II NORTHERN WH- ITEOATSt A- TnlicCLURE H WELLS They Are the Best tH All Kinds of FIELD SEEDS Best Varieties Lowest Price The FarmertWill find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implementetc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wag We handle the Ohio Feed Outers the best in the world Special Sale on Winter Lap Robes If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwtttf Field Finely o The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arnnnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them gisand Wickedness I McClure Wells their recovery The gunboat showed signs of activi ty and the small boat soon took them to It On the deck stood a grizzled old officer wearing the uniform of an ad miral He did not greet them but looked With some curiosity at a girl in the uniform of the Inspector of prisons a grmy American clad as a lama a naval oJBcer with a monks hood in his hand and Koura the girl who bad twice been stolen from Tiffs I inform you that you are my prisoners he saki curtly You place us under arrest ex claimed Orskoff I do You for deserting your gun boat and entering forbidden territory and releasing captured robbers the American as being an escaped prison Hoto inanj of tIle Ameers 80ldiendostl oneoIcr Alma lurnieff for releasing saM prisoner Kouru Biartelkis Is not un der arrest You shall go at once to Tiffs for trial In the otllce of the governors palace nit Tinls sat a man of powerful build wearing a uniform that betokened exalted rank He was General Urloff governor general of the province a man of blood and iron and one in whom the czar placid so much Confidence that It was said that a command from Urlofft way a command from the czar himself Before him stood three prisoners He theestory necessary to repeat the testimony that was given before the governor general In the multI It was Harvey Irons cool voice that rehearsed the adventures that culminated in the arrests byAd miral Platoff When the story was ended General Drloff said With his knowledge of the matter having been told by Lieutenant Nevis ky what he knew Admiral Platoff was Justified In making the arrests and Concluded on eighth page 4 SrllfIIWKJ II Wanted J SSEF HIDES f SHEEP HiDESs- AND We TALLOW i will pay the high est market prices We also IwantI to buy a lot of fat beef cattl- eFTCOXGO SpriRtiid1Cy i CLUBBING RATES i WITH i LOUISVILLE DAILIES ti The Sun and The Louisville i Times one yenr500The Sun and the Daily Courier L Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 S The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily i CourierJournal anY three days in the wettk siximonths J 2 30 tThe Sun and the Sunday CourierJournal one year 2 80 t Address THE SERINGFIELD SUN- s i Springfield Ky f Horse Saler tl At my stables at the old tom Nichols place about 4 miles north of Springfield on the Willisburg pike o- nWednesday M rchJ5J905 i t beginning at 1 oclock p m sell t9 the high 1est bidder at public auction I Some of them extra theeY were all bought to sell and will be sold without reserve by bid or limit k S M Cam eh Auctioneer BYON PARKS r I 1 JL and N Railroad Time Table Incoming TrainsI Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown unctniLea Outgoing Trainsi Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville onlyNo 825 p m 735u650 600H Daily No 42 530a m 617 u 703 755L u HILLSBORO Farmers are taking chances while the weather is fair and many have burned tobacco beds Perry Ruby and family of near Chaplin and T J Griff ey and family YandShields The family of Larkin Dean Sam MaggieFwere oh week but we are glad to say they are iruch betterJMisses Katie Ballard and Lela Good I lett said Roy Wells of Pleasant Grove v eia ths ccmmunity Sunday Bai and Settles of this place left list week for Indiana to try his luck Walter Cutsinger bought a horse from Byori Parks for 65- J S Leachman sold his of tog bacco to B D Lake atSJc a Ernest Shewmaker and B poundI traded horses last week J1I Montgomery lost a very valu 4able coltlastweek We had A nice rain Monday night t and Mays creek came down part ford ng t BROOKSVILLE Several boys and girls attended a musicale given by Tom Mcllvoy Thursday night All present had a nice time Miss Hattie Settles of Hillsboro OJspent Sunday here Miss Myrtle Sutherland was the guest of Miss Lula Pinkston Tuesday night spentThuton of Hillsboro Having noticed several coon and pos i l KeeKutier The Best in the World If not Perfectly Satisfac f tory you may RETURN THEM AND GET YOUR MONEY BACK 1 Haydon Barber Springfield Kentucky 30Head of Daily No 43 1240 pm 1100 a m 930 730U Suny only No SO 715 a m 800 845 935 j INo d 645 pin 552 502 410 Daily No 44 I 1120 pm p m 545 p m i weeksallsire to submit the following the trut Gf which no one can doubt in view o what has gone before Therefore wish a firm trust in Gracious Lord we will proceed Edgar Wilson and Wit Hoker went coon hunting 1 ast Thurs day night They struck a track eve r on Mays creek just below Felix Nbels house and followed it up the creek till filltthe coons out He did so and out came 75 coons 15 opossums 6 rabbits and 5 squirrels all of which they killed wit exception of cne possum which wen t in the direction of Hillsboro The boyshave made arrangements tcio after him the next dark moon MChampion Liniment for Rheumatism Chas Drake a mailcarrier at Chap inv ill conn saysChamberlains Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments the past year I was troubled a great ddad rheumatism in m curethethis remedy and it has completely cured me There is no use of suffer ing from that painful ailmentwhen liniment can be obtained for a small sum One application gives prompt relief and its continued use for a short time will pfoduce a permanent cure For sale by C J Haydol1r MARKETS Springfield Market Bacon Hams Sides 12c Beeswax 2k per pound Butter aOc to 2c per jbprH- LChlckenaRene Se Sprhr ctV10c Driedun1 lee iwr potoML Ducks c per iwimd J corn Meal 75c purbuaJikl Eggs1 i per dozen fftllr x Feathers40eperlotit 0 Plour3O t iGiasoHfj STV per nil Grain Wheat 115 4 rnlbf 0 it6 40c IIi iceGreen ic to 11 Lard lOe j er pound Limo4 to lxxj jHir ImrrbL Mill producteBnui uOhIp3tuf3l xl a IW pound t Potatoes otnry K fir OniOttltlOO Salt 5145 and S18T 1Nr Turkeys N perlronn r Tu1kw4c per ptand VlHOKar 23o t o loc jta gilloff Wool Burry aIMlKiutfltM81car of griast21k tub 4 ntry5orgbuuil to tQ Ge cxpsi o ail set 5150 Sick Headache Ihis distressing ailment results fro stomachA 1 ddse or two of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets In fact the attack lesseneinTablets as oon as the first symptom of HaydonINotice1 The book notes fj G Mansfield are with mPlease calla d settler E SELECMAN r A SOLDIER OF COMMERCE bringing the prisoners here As a matter of fact 4t wnfs fortunate foryou that he did so Conditions have changed int1 Tiflis I came from Stavropol solely to investigate the fact that an American of whom I had never heard was in a Russian prison 1 supposed it was one of those blatant nihilists who claim American citizenship but after a thorough investigation I learned that the limits only crime was loving a Rus shm beauty I heard all about the Biar ttlkis case and had toy own officers in vestigate it with the result that Hofiz EfCemli and a BTKriari named Mizik are now in the prison from which the American es chargeTagainst the American in This brings US to the case of Alma Jurnieff who really did commit a seri ous offense in the eyes of Russian law falseiswearing Therefore I have decided that there is no charge against Alma Jurnieff As to Captain Orskoff it appears from the testimony of Lieutenant Ne vlsky that he had arrested the Ameri can and four robbers whom he should have brought at once to Tiflis instead of which he bare them their liberty and went upon Bokharan territory which Is forbidden This too I have studiedJ well My decision is that koff performed hlsdutIes lie is here to see that the law against selling wo men is not disregarded It is his duty to follow and rescue any taken away He has done this in the case of Koura Biartelkis I am glad that the news of the es cape came to me for justice would not have beendone had the affair been left In the hands of local officials I brought charges of conspiracy against Colonel Jurnieff and threatened him and his brother the general with Siberia lief became enraged and died of apoplexy Prince Delluikoff has been disgraced and reqioved from the army for per mitting a woman to wear his uniform and impersonate him I sincerely thank you for your just decisions said Harvey Somewhere on the Volga I have some valuable wiiiduSills and I want to find theni and take them to the fair at Xijni Novgorod to sell Aljua and I shall be married tofher with me Koura jnd I shall be married at the Isame time you are said Captain Ors koff to Harvey f Harveys Novgorod trip was a grand success THE END A Prank AclmlsnJon The Rev Dr George P Plains of the Methodist Book Concern was talking hadhbeen profl able and popular says the New York Tribune Not many ministers though he said are able to put upon the market profitable and popular volumes of ser moos Then Dr Mains smiled I am reminded he said of an eld erly Scottish minister At an evening gathering u certain volume of sermons came up for discussion und it was stated that the author of the volume had cleared somethinglike 00 rifed over My dear I see nothing to hinders you from printing a few of your ser moms too They were all printed lang syne the did minister whispered back General Sherman a Benefactor My uncle General Sherman was very fond of attending the theater He also objected strongly along with the reSt of us lesser mortals who dare not express our real thoughts to having bibulous splflsii men stumble and push over his knees to gtbt out between the gets One evening it young inan with the clothes und voice of gentleman began to crowd his way to the aisle from the cd of a row in which Gen eral Shermnn was sitting VI beg a thousand pardons general he said as he reached my uncle bu may I get by you Yes said my uncle coolly as he straightened his knees behind time young man if you dont come back The general enjoyed the stof th play in peace and received the heart felt thanks of every onerin the row Helen Sherman Griffith fn Llppincotts Magazine To The Business Man = The Sun would be glad for you to call arjd see samples of our STATIONERY PRINTING We are putting out some nice work =work that will make your business look prosperous We are prepared to do the best because Wb have the latest faces an type because r1we use the best inks bucause we carr the best stock Neatly printed station ery tells a story of progressiveness for the man who uses it It tells the firm or individual with whom he is c6rre spending that he is going to have the best ofeverything that he is upto date that he is not a subject for the buncoman Acoal lands deal involving 3000000 was consummated in Pennsylvania RED THIS e G Louisville Ky June 13 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear Sir 1 am 68 years of age and have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twenty e five gravel I feel that I am almost 0 cured and can cheerfully recommend rt you to the public j r Yours very truly H C THOMAS 529 Third ave F A Texas Wonder WonderHailsand bladder troubles removes gravel allirregularitiesboth men and women regulates glad byyouron receipt of 1 Onesall bottle is faiJtQsole manuf cturer P0ox 628 St Soldby Nelson County Farms for Sale j We have farms for sal in Nelson adjoining dounties Colt you nothing to buy through us We have con neetfon with Columbia Finance andI Trust Co We also sell Stores Hotels Saw Mills Planing Mills Dwellings Etc Write for list No 1 111 acrqg at 4000 situated li miles of Bloomfield on pile 5 room house newly painted lime tone land all tillable 3Q acres timber 50 acres hi wheat new qutside vire fete e 20 acres No 2 Placing Mill and Saw Mill combined lot 12 acres 5 long sheds 20 feet wide 1 boiler nearly new 60 horse 5 and 35 H P 1 7planer universal machine 4saws 1 molding machine 1 shaper 1 turning lathe 1 sawmill complete with 2 inserted tooth saws 160 inch saw 1 48 inch saw carpenter shop complete Will also sell stock on hand if desired Price 82500 No 3 190 acres S40 per acre 1 mile Railroad depot on pike 6 room log house weather boarded 120 fruit trees outbuilding medium 120 acres bottom land balance strong tobacco land 1 mile to school and church No 4 acres i350 New 4 room cottage 6 miles from Bardstown on pike in small town good Ipcatioir for blacksmith shop No5 52 acres 2J miles of Bards town on turnpike new 7 room frame house halls and porches barn meat house 2 poultry houses buggy house shed tool house cellar and other buildings well on back porch and neverfai ihg springs on place beautiful yard splendid fruit orchard fencing new wire one h lfin bluegrass Terms liberal Price 4000 No6 112 acres 1 mile from Bards town 2 room frame house good barn poultry house meathouse and other building fencing good mostly nee wire abundant water young orchard 10 acres in timber balance cleared and in fine state of cultivation convenient to schooj church etc Terms liberal Price 5000 No7 382 acres 8 miles of Spring fief 8 room 1 12 story house hall and porch 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn tenant house 100 acres new tobacco landon pike well in yard lasting spr ing in barn lot school church anil railroad depot close No8 203 acres 55 acre 9 miles df Bardstown on pike 8 room 2 story brick house barn 40x60 splendid outbuildings wells cisterns pools and bluegrasstwell No 9 Hotel in live tow t 2 story 17 rooms barroom nero r house willeshow books 2800 C T ATKINSON Bardstown Ky L K STILES Springfield Ky YOUR WANTS tIn the way of repairing can be satisfied if you up on Geo B Taylor inthebuild ing opposite The Sun office II am prepared to do all kinds of Boot and repairing I also mend umb reI i Locks Guns etc Furniture tRepairedScissors tsharpened Saws filed t WORK GUARANTEEQ t GEO B TAYLORI i + oQQi ADMINiSTRATOR AND Agents Sale1NNNpNtNyr Nr N NNtiNrNNNNN nf As administrator of the estate of Haijry Shewmaker deceased I will offer auction oneI Thursday l ar 16 f 1905 fE on the farm where he lived at the time of his death the following property 0 n oOne work horse one work mare two 3year old horses three 0 mulch cows two drr cows two 2yeirbld steers to 2yeardUt q heifers two yearling Steers thiee yearling heifer one calf 40 or 50 barrels of corn lot of hay corn and fodder one mower 0 binder and wagon disc harrow plows gears and he usehold and 0 kitchen furniture QNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNHNNNNNNNNNNN I Agents Sale = I O At the same time and place as agent ofthe heirsofthe sam HarryShew O maker I will sell to the highest bidder the following three of land i FIRST TRACT i n nSituated on the Waters of Long Lick creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake corner to Inman Sale thence N 34 E 193 poles toa a buckeye corner to Hickerson thence S 46J E 316 poles to a stake coiner 0to Hickerson thence down said branch N 431 E 66 poles to a stake in branch corner to same thence dpwn branch N 221 W 19 pores to stake in a center of Long Lick creek thence up said creek as it meanders to corner to aWilbur Peter Whence S 64 W 41 poles to crook in fence corner to Peter S S61 W343polestosameS51JW31polestosameS34iW878polestofence Jon nor hsideof avenue corner to same S 54i E 65 poles to walnut tree 0corner to Mrs RayboUrne S 66 W 5 poles to corner to same S 42 W 36 poles corner to same N 55 W 494poles corner to same N 76W 32 poles D corner to same thence to the beginning containing by survey 132 acres ft square poles Also roadway from this place to pike n rJrlo inSituated on Taylors Fork and bounded as follows Beginning at an stone corner to Mrs Shewmaker in Mellvoy line thence S 341 E 10088 p poles to a stone corner to same and Edd Suttons line then N 3835 E 51281 0 poles to a stake near a wild cherry corner to Sutton thence N69i Et3 poles to a stone in drain thence down said drain with its meanders n N 231 W 10 p01es N 17 E 18 poles N 31 Ela poles N 60 E 12 poles N 30iz 0EI0 poles NI E 2fl poles to middle of Taylors Fork thence down said Fork to Wilsons corner thence S 457 W poles to the beginning con p taming 80 25 acres n I THIRD TRACT i p Situated pn Long Lick creekand bounled as follows Beginning at a point in the middle of Long Lick creek corner to Mrs Shewmaker thence 5 s N 2 W 76 poles to the middle of a drain corner to same thence dQwn the O drain with its meanders S 16J W 14 poles S 361 W14 poles thence S 24O W8 poles to the middle of Long Lick tree the up thence middle of same SQ 351E 25 poles S 51 E 1244 poles S 17J E 12 poles to the beginning con tt taining by survey 3 15 acres D- HNNNNNNNNNn NNNHNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNN NNNNNN 0 TERMS ON PERSONALTY Alfsums under 10 cash 10 and over a credit of nine months with 6 F C p per cent interest from date Negotiable and payable in Farmers Bank of n Aot d p S Onethird cash the remainder inone two and three years equal pay ments with 6 per cent interest from date Interest to be paid annually Q A lien retained on same for payment of unpaid purchase money and int I MAT WYCOFF Admr and Aft 0 p S M Campbell Auctioneer Of the heirs of Harry Shewmaker ntt rteiittfatt3aet tt rt tierteiai cttt t onnn SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all who are sub chargeeadvertiseIfarm products stock etc for sale or wanted Lund for salo or for rent not included but in sorted in another departmont of the paper at very low rates H F Thompson it F D No1 has for sale a cow and young calf Also eleven shoats 17- Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R F D No3 has for sale at all times the best S C Brown Leghorn Eggs LOQ for 15 Try them Has had no other kind for nine years 17 C J Powell Mackville has for sale or tradej a fouryearold Jack 16 P J Kelly Springfield R FD No 1 has for sale 150 bales of straw 16 E S Mayes ir Springfield has for sale Brown Leghorn eggs at 40 cents for 15 17 M H Jones Springfield has for sale a few packages of choice White Burley Tobacco seed This is the best tobacco grown 16 Luther Burns Springfield wants to buy one or two threeto five years old 14 hands high well broke 161 F F Mudd Frederickstown has fox sale a good Jennet five years old 15 Elijah Farris R F D No 1has for sale 450 shocks of fodder and 400 bushels of corn t 15 J L Settle near Booker has for sale a sevenyearold saddle and harness stallion 15 iIM ONan Sr near town has for sale two fresh milk cows Calves about one week old 15EE S ir near sale 8 Berkshire boar shoats Thorough breds 14 VS Gibbs Willisburjr has three stallions and four work mules for sale 15 M Wt Seay Springfield It F D No1 has for sale one cow also 100 bushels of seed oats 15 rG A Benedict Springfield R F D No1 has for sale 200 bushels of stripped Bluegrass seed 13 Notice I am prepared to do all kinds of gut smithjng filing saws furniture repaired making carving knives also all kinds machinery overhauled and repaired Terms reasonable All work guaranteed ED LAWRENCE Marks Greens Mill 15 a i QCR j II MEAT MARKET Givekthe housekeeper an opportunity to get the very best fresh meats at all timestOUR REPUTATION IS AT StakeYOU KNOW midwilltLciateBEEVES WANTED timesforofbusmess FTCOX CO Springfield Ky q WATCHFOR BARGAINS t During 1905 watch the col umns of The Sun for adver tised bargains and during the year you will save several dol No merchant has ever yet quoted high prices through the of a newspaper Itis the lowpriced merchant who talks to the people through the newspaper VOTE