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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tl i i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY 11 1 YlLIMEI II SPPUIIIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MATCH 29 1905 1IIEi r HORRIBLE CRIMEs Paducah Woman Breaks Down Under Close Questioning By PoSce and Confesses to the Murder of Her three Children Paducah Ky March 27Mrs Mary Brockwell a blonde twentyeight years old and pretty is cowering in her cell in the county jail tonight under the charge of murdering her three children whose ages ranged from three to nine yam George Albritton a young fanner who she says urged her to commit the horrible crime is also under arrest but he denies the womans story aftermoonlice and detectives for several hours The crime was committed Friday after noon The womans husband has been in an insane asylum for several months and Albritton has been her open ad mirer Two weeks ago she says he suggested marriage to her but told her she could never be his wife while she had four children He was willing he told her to allow her to keep one child but the others must die At his sug gestion she claims she bought ten cents worth of morphine Friday and mixed it with kerosene She had decided not to poison Hazel her eleven yearold daughter so sent her away on an errand to a neighbors She then gave the mixture to the other children for the colds from which they had been suffering and calmly went on about her other duties while waiting for the end The first child Ola nine years old became ill at 930 oclockand died al IL most I instantly Physicians worked V with Lillie aged tbaee and Lucy aged seven throughout e night but they both died beforeday An Investigation was immediately be but the OTMua stoatly protested therinnocence This afternoon how she broke down and confessed all Albritton was arrested two hours later w H R Eddieman Hurt t t MooesviIJehst Mr H R Eddleman while engaged I accident tliatcame near costing him his life A large limb was hanging in the tree on which he was sawing and when the tree fell the limb was dislodged l falling and striking Mr Edddleman on ths right shoulder For a while he was unconscious and it was feared that he was fatally hurt However he 4soon regained consciousness and was t removed to his home where he is now recovering r Marriage Announcement Announcemedt is made of the mar triage of Mr J R Claybrooke and Miss Beula May Litsey for Wednesday May 10 The wedding will occur at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs A L Litsey of the Pleasant Grbveneighborhood Mr Claybrooke and Miss Litsey are among the countys most popular young people and have many friends who will be glad to hear Of the happy event I Sunday Schoof Convention The Union Sunday School Convention will meet in Springfield Saturday May 13 1905 We hope this meeting will be well attended arid feel sure the Super intendents of all Sunday Schools will immediately begin to agitate this question and we will have the best conven tion ever countyMItS CROAKE County Secretary An Outrageous Caning I was not aware of any unkind word having escaped my lips to give offense nor that I had committed any misde meanor in an editorial capacity nor that I had trespassed upon the rights privileg Is or feelings of anyone that I should merit such treatment The caning occurred in the office of The Sun but no bones were broken nor were there any bruises visible upon my body The caning was a surprise peacefully patiently endured as all apprehension of danger and bodily harm was dispelled when the cane and the bearer made their appearance Ht r was a nice walking stick from the hand of Mr Evan Rogers and such an one ai any man might covet Gr PRATHERS CREEK iiRay Cochran of Marion county was in our community last week Henry Hilton and wife and Will Graves of near Mackville were the TrlaysR T Begley and wife ofTexas were the guests of J H Mays last Sunday Rev Brewer spent last Thursday at the home of Geo Mays Albert Grain and family spent Satur day and Sunday at the home of W TI Kimberlin Several of our citizens were in Spring field last Monday attending court Telephone Meeting We want to call the attention of the citizens of this and Texas communities that there will be a citizens meeting of the Peoples Community Telephone at Texas on the 8th day of April at 1 oclock to take some steps toward build ing this line Every citizen whb wants a phone is requested to be present at this meeting 3t Large Acreage The indications are that the of tobacco is going to be increased very considerably in Washington county which may result in low prices next season However if The Growers Company is organized and we are quite sure it will bewe may all count on good prices for our tobacco next season Every tobacco grower in W hington- county should assist inn every possible- way the Growers organization If the company is organized it means that tobacco growing will become profitable Put your shoulder to the wheel Stock Sales Auctioneer Campbell reports the fol lowing sales for last Monday One cow andcalf 24 five twoyearpld steers 3150 per head three calves 1105 per head three calves14 per head four small calves 13 per don horse 62 one 56 one4Q one 60 one 38 one cow and calf 20 one work mare 63 one 8150 one 5256 one 32 Died In Union County Mr Geo Cambron one of the wealth iest farmers of Union county died at his home near Waverly that county last week Mi Cambron was known in Washington county where he had quite a number of relatives JENSONTON Mrs Julia A Key an aged woman of this place died last week A H Grain has sold his stock of general merchandise and rented his store room to Mr JW Perkins who will take possession on or about April 1 Mr Perkins comes well recommended and we trust the people of this place will give him their patronage Mr Crain was well pleased with his cus tomers and it will be hard for him to leave his many friends here Farmers are very busy here preparing for the coming crop son This excellent weather fills them with hope and vigor H A Key and wife are sick at this time as is also Mrs M F Gooch We think the new story The Wings of the Morning will be very good as the start is interesting Dwelling Burned News has just reached us that our friend and neighbor Smith Drury has lost his house and contents by fire which occurred Monday It was very unfortunate that Mr Drury and wife were away from home at the time It is a total loss there being no insurance Origin of fire is unknown PREDERICKTOWN Our village was very much alarmed last Monday night by the cry of HFire George Alveys hotel was discovered on fire and had gainedconsiderable headway but by a hard fight was soon controlled and not much damage was doneMiss Mary Hamilton is the guest ofI friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs Byron Croake visited relatives here last Tuesday Miss Katy Shaunty resumed teaching Monday She has just two months public school Connor spent Saturday and Sun day in or near Burr Crume and Tommie Hamilton saw Ben Hur Fridaynight Robert children vis ited his mother near here last Sunday T iAI HON SAMUEL H PILES WashingtonHisprlrlctpalaire mine owner WHO WILL LEAD On Next Wednesday at Noon Apr 5P The voting this week by no means indicates who will get the special prizes next week Many of the contestants continue to be bunched but we are told that the weekjJest h on rt some fh f contestants Will make some big changes In a weeks ti- meSpecjaiPrizes To the contestants who are in the lead at noon on Wednesday April 5 The Sun will give the following special prizest To the Young Lady Jiading a Handsome HandPaiHtid Cimb and Brush Tray Ti the Teacher loading a Nioi HandSatohil To the Farmer Uadlnj a Riding Iridla Standing of Contestants Most Popular YOHHJ Lady Miss Robbie Simms 3648 Miss Sadie Mayes 3178 Miss Lydia McElrpyv1067Miss Lizzie Waters 753 Miss Annie ClaybrookerF 502 Miss Belle Hinton vj 282 Miss Fanny McElroy Jt 405 Miss Rose Osbourne i 251 Miss Lula Merritt 210 Miss Louise fettle 650 Miss Nettie iElder 200 Miss Mattie 104iMost Popular Teacher Miss Emma Nunan3852M- iss Ella Shaunty 2900 3541MissMrs Kate Hayes 200 A Big Change l One of our older citizens stepped into the Walton Hotel a fewdays since and after glancing over the register turned away with the remark What achange has been wrought in the past thirty years in the number of traveling men or as they are more familiarly known drummers that come to town There are as many visit ourI now in one day as there was then month Most of the older citizens can readily recall every one of the oldtime knights of the grip that visited this market There was Major Matthews C W Frisbie R M Wall William Bohon and possibly two or three others wouldabout make up the entire list Then again the notion man generally traveled in a large enclosed wagon carrying his goods with him and selling direct to the merchant At that time Springfield was a village of about 700 inhabitants with one dry goods store of pretty fair proportions that of Leachman Cunningham Co and two smaller onesWilliam OGara arid R P Cooperand if I mistake not about three groceries It r i Miss Sallie rricoel 417 Clayton Stallings 300 Thos Prathers 75 Miss Stella Virgin 126 Miss Sarah Ross 50 Most Popular Farmerr E S Mayes jr 2304 W S Gibbs1597Ro-bt Mcllvoy 1487 Nally1167GeoFleece Bosley t 604 Ed Yocum 450 John Russell 204 T J Trent 50 266PVoting coupons be clipped from Cun from week to week and sent in a few days before the contest closes or they may be sent hi each week The Bourbour Trial Shepherdsville Ky March 28Both sides announced ready for trial when the case of John R T Barbour charged with the murder of Francis J Hagan was called before Circuit Judge Jones Shepherdsville this morning On account of the prominence of Hagan and Barbour there is a great deal of interest in the case The court room was com fortably filled when the case was called and the crowd will increaseas the trial progresses Cliff Creek Mrs Joe Smith was visiting Joe Car rico Friday and Saturday Mrs Hamilton is quite sick this week Smith Carrico was in Bardstown Saturday on business Joe Bishop and wife were in Spring field Saturday Jim Royalty will to mqve Springfield soon Arthur Carrico and wife spent Sunday with his father John Wall has begun work on his new residence y MOORESVILLE Births To the wife of Ed Grigsby a fine boy and to the wife of Lindsey Dodson a daughter Several of our peopleattended court at Springfield Monday- T D Sweeney and Ed Moore have their saw mills in full blast John Cheatham has gone to Indian Territory to make his future home A band of gypsies encamped in a locust grove near here last week They failed to get a horse swap but the for tune teller did a thriving business John Ellis contemplates visiting his sister at Lakeland Accidents At MooresvilfeY John Dodson was trotting his horse pretty lively last Thursday when it fell down with him breaking two ribs and otherwise bruising him He was taken into the home of Shelby Crume and his wounds dressed after which he was taken to his home on the river H H Eddleman had a narrow escape on the same day He was marking off a log when a limb fell from a tree and crushed him to the ground bruising him up considerably He is reported get ting along very well at preSent LiberalCompromises Messrs W F Bledsoe of Lexington and Ernest Coxof Taylor county who were seriously injured tha railroad wreck at High Bridge last November through their attorney T Scott Mayes of this place effected a compromise with the railroad company the former receiving 3QO and the latter 3750 Coxwhoplace was severely scalded and other wise injured in a collision at the above named place while serving the company in the capacityof fireman and for quite a while his life was despaired of His friends will be glad to learlr that he succeeded in compromising his case with theTaiarorf forbdi Tjemt sum At torney Mays was assisted in the case by the Hon C C McChord both of whom are to be congratulated upon securing such liberal compromises from the company for their clients Will Quit Business Owing to other business that will take most of my time I will only make Photographs Thursdays Fridays and Satays If you want work come at once as Iexpect to go out of the business in sixty days E A Cox New firm A new firm composed of Loyd Clark ston H D Stiles Mat Wycoff and=Case was organized last Monday County Court day for the purpose of trading in live stock under the firm name of Clarkston Stiles Co All the members are wellknown business men of Washington county and they are now ready to buy your stock House and Lot For Star A house and lot on Walnut street one of the most desirable pieces of property in Springfield Dwelling has six rooms and a kitchen large hall two porches all in good repair water and electric lights lot contains between four and five acres all necessary out buildings large stable ice house pgul bry house etc etc Terms made to suit purchaser Apply at The Sun office for Sale A storehouse and stock of furniture notions groceries stoves and stove repairs tinware etc at Mackville Ky Large store room two stories 24x50 feet a tenfoot wareroom full length Building has 20inch shelving fine opportunity I desire to sell on ac count of ill health Can be bought reasonable Easy terms Write or call on T J GRAVES 26 Mackville Ky Public Sale On Saturday April 8 I will offer for sale at my place on the Elizabethtown road 7 miles from Springfield a lot of stock corn hay oats etc farming implements household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclpk a m r J MSimms Marconi the discoverer of wireless telegra Y and Miss Beatrice OBriea a degcenfontof King Brian Bon of Ireland wert J1HjrriHJl r r i WITHOUT BONDI James and Hbert Harjis and Erf CaUahan HeJd To Answer II the layette Circuit Curt ftr The Murder of James Cckr Lexington Kyr March 27Comzty Judge James Hargis Sheriff Ed Ca11 ban and Elbert Hargis of Breatbltt county under indictment in the Fay ette Circuit Court for complicity in the murder of James CockriH wererefused bail by Judge Parker in the Circwfc Court this morning and were remand ed to jail to await trial Former State Senator Alex Hargis the other defendant was admitted to bail in sot of 15060 The men have been m jail here for two weeks An of last week wae taken up by Judge Parker in hearing evidence for and against the motion for bail which motion was made by the attorneys for the defense At the beginning of the hearixtg tfce defendants scored over the rimmim wealth by Judge Parker putting tie burden of proof of the CormaoHwealtk When the court convened this mom ing every available foot of space was occupied by friends of the deferto hear the decision ef the court The Sparrow And The OWL HFAhave been making enquirers ding tW past few weeks as to the whenrtt l of The Sparrow and The OwL TW Sparrow is in Enland on a visit to Ki cEdward and The Owl is in New York having his eyes and earstreated Beth will be in the county again m a abort time and will round up things for TW Sun Death in Netemt fjKentucky Standard Miss Fannie Clark died at the l OBM of her soninlaw Mr Robt L Irvine the County Surveyor in the Buffalo neighborhood last Sunday as tie result of ptomaine poisgning cawed from eating canned tomatoes about ten days ago Good Prices The MackviHe correspondent to The Harrodsburg Herald says The public sale of Harry Shewmaker deceased took place last Thursday wits a good crowd present and everythiag brought fair prices Corn 275 per barrel wheat L31 per bushel hay 51 cents per cwt milk Cows to tO hogs 125 per cwt 150 acres of land 325 v T PLEASANT HJli As I have never seen lay news freat this place is The Suns I will eodeavcr to write a item We ere havjfeg ti litifrl weather at plefhand farniC rInicely with their workfHenry Graiesa of Aafebwoke wa in our midst laat wide Oscar Shirley iaaadMiss Belle Birch of Birchwood Tinted Gee Walker and family Dear Mackrjle Sunday Mesdames Mollie Royalty sad Name Burkhead were the guests of Mrs George ShirleY ha daY Silas Burkhead tebuilt a nice ydfence which a4U very muck to hit new home- The mill at Tathara Springs has started up again They are gnadimg by steam on accountsf the tW waterwheel being broken We were sorry to hoar of Mie Blanche Shirley hayncrJM asatieau Blanche is a sweet little girl ad we hope she will seett be well again lThuneay delight in reading it SpiNe Hot Create tf r Mrs M Faga W Ferry St Kansas City lb pied boilinggres over her haM tnniiac it severely Sfce applied Paracampk and the pain at MM subsided and Jser lu was well two days afterward JJ iatieaofahwe- wife subject ktrt danger of fern Little chikfera ptoy c mWtit tie store or where there is Ht water etc k a source of coneta tfear te anthir Be prepared for acciitals ey hang racy acamph at Mad It tflsaa 1Ma like magic draws ovtti S aiirCQfH th4 tiulpref disimouiirr life ky gHUOy ccnCH1IIi I i i IITT T 7 TT t s I DIVORCE I REFUSE I Buffalo Bill Juage Scott Pays a High Compliment to Mrs Cody In Refusing Petition 23ThDistrict e e BuffaloBillJudge Scott delivered an opinion of considerable length reviewing the all e gations and evidence and giving his conclusions which in part are as fol lows She Mrs Cody was ani overindul gent mother and wife who always took pride in his success always looked forward to his homecoming and made great preparation to receive him She entertained his guests withcordiality did not use profane language The poisoning of his pet dogs was accident 4at She never spoke disrespectfully of to his friends or guests She air ways accompanied him to the depot on his departures and was there to receive him on his return In her home she has a large statue of him in the hall in her bedroom she has his portrait done by a famous painter and she has his photograph and the dishes she used were souvenir ones stamped or etched with his portrait Such in brief is the character and conduct of i MrsCody extending over along period of her married life In return for this wifely devotion the plaintiff has been cruel to her and has heaped indignities upon her l Even if it were true that the defendant had at times been impatient with hint and such impatience has been considered as l indignities it is also true that she had much to contend with There are some allegations in the answer that are not sustained by the evidence the evidence it does not appear the plaintiff was so addicted to gambling as to impair his business abilities of trustworthiness He did not use intoxicating liquors in snch quantities as to interfere with the transaction of business THREE FATAITjY HUBT Occupants ot a Carriage Struck at a Railway CroulnfCoI Matysville 0 March 27Mrs Al bert Witter and her daughter Mrs Lulu Lincoln wife of Charles Lincoln and her year and a half old baby ho were in Milford Center and start home In their buggy When the neared the street crossing in the vil lrge they saw the fast express train hqrsethinking i track ahead of the train The hors e buggy and occupants were struck and hurled 80 feet in the air Mrs Witter was instantly killed Mrs Lincolq sustained a fractured skull and lace and forehead are terribly injure- There is no hope of her recovery ean baby was also killed Ten Miners Caught Princeton Ind March 23An e plosion occurred In the mine of the Princeton Coal and Mining compan six men being killed and four injured Of the killed all but one were dead when found lathe mine Their bodies were rescued two hours after the ex plosion the delay being caused by the inability of the rescuers to combat th afterdamp The five injured includin George Dill who later died we r brought to the surface 30 minutes afte the explosion They were found together in an unconscious state The cause of the disaster is not known save that It resulted from a powder ex ploslon The miners were their blasts previous to leaving mine and the greater part of t miners had ascended Whether it was overchlirgeisnfired the shot 9FloodPittsburs March 22A heavy rat n fall over the entire watershed of jthe Monongahela has produced a swell in all streams in this vicinity and jPjtts burg is threatened with a serious flood Weather officials anticipate at 16ast 85 feet of water in the local har or Should the river reach the predicted height streetcar traffic between his city and surrounding towns will be upthesuspend traffic Already a number of mills have shut down as a result of the water putting out the fires From three to five feet more of water is expected up the valley and a total 20000 employes are likely to be idl New Railway Line Hillsboro 0 March 22 John H Gardner financier and T Rhys Smith civil engineer of New York hive be In consultation with local capitally- regarding a through railway line the Ohio river to Columbus The pl contemplates the purchase QT lease of the HillsboroSardlnla branch of the Norfolk and Western the extension of the line to Columbus and Its operation Jn conjunction with the Ohio River and Columbus railroad which Is now in operation between Sardinia and Ripley and being extended to Aberdeen opposite Maysville Ky The Louisville and Nashville is also mentioned in connec tion with the plan A fraud order has been issued by the Postmaster General excluding from ti mails the literature of the HOld Kentucky Company whiskyldealfirs of Coyington Ky The Roll Call at Billyillc Atlanta Constitution Roll call at Billvillethe old folks took the standJThe folks that Dr Osier wants to kill 3They the country up an down An thats time I tell you that the old folks took the town Wheres old Colonel Jinkinsihe appearsuRunnin ninetyseven years j tt BrownHeSixty years in officebait he aint a hundred uWheres old Confedrit Thomson He traces of his birth Long fore the stars came tumblin an set fire to the earth Whos outlived all the monuments an wayuHracetrack a bettin dn the bay An JinniwayateightY If he dont hop in the dancin ring an swing the gals arounJ His white hairs wavin in the breeze hes lookin spry an brave An theyain f a graveyard rabbit thats arunnin grave That roll call at Billville laughter an songOf in love with life are alonglThey theyd out lived time an chance An the hollered for a fiddle an wen whirlin in the dance iitiztGeztizi Agriculthateggs laid by the American hen during the last year The result entitles every rooster to crow just as loud and lustily as he cares to Like most other families that of the chicken is one in which the female works and the male boasts But in this instance the sequel is reversed and instead of laying low for her mate the hen has laid high For the Honorable Secretarys count came out even 20000000000 Think of it Passing over Farmer Wilsons task somye ouedendwelya according to the Hoyle of statistics these eggs would form an endless chain almost that would reach from the earth to the moon and back again and they wouldstill be enough of them to cirol this big egg on which the hens and we live mildes making no stops wool totake thxe passenger e car at the finishunless the last egg was in cold storage If the first egg in the line were to burst with enthusiasm or something more common to eggs and someone at the last one was possessed of the most perfect of hearing and sound could travel that far it echeo d rthis is straight even though it is a shell game Plaped in the balance and not found wanting the combined weight of this ththenaybecourse eggs d notlat Made into one omelet the dish on which it was served would have to have a minimum area of at least 000 square miles and every human being alive could have one generous helping Made into eggnog they would according to the most reliable authority at hand set 599999999 gentlemen hunting keyholes allowing of course for the number who would never get to the place where the keyhole was hadalbegun softboiling these eggs thevery minute after they reached Eden and had taken them one at a time the job would still be in its infancy and would have 104090 years to run unless the Egg Boilers Union stepped in and en whichJValued at 20 cents a dozen which is probably a fair average the country over season in and season out these representtoour ancitizen John D Rockefeller or min round figures 333333533 Truly the American egg isa great institution The Eagle may scream but the hen lays it all over ll in ood LeighisMitchellAmerica Attacked By a Mob and beaten in alabor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car canduc tor applied Bucklens Arnica Salve and inemy perfectSimplyOnly 25c storeI CLOSE CALL Mrs Mary Rose a Former Har fearMeetingDeat An Assassin Saved by k Boos Harrodsburg DemocratfJ Mrs Rose formerly of hi city but who nowiresides in LouisvjlFe t came near meeting death at the hands of an asgaspin in that city Tuesday nightMrs Rose was on her way to visit a friend before going to the Church of Christ As she reached the mouth requestsby readilty woman into the mouth of thealley and immediately assaulted her After knocking down the woman attacked her with a knife and would have stabbed her but for the fact that a book entitled Alone With Godwhich she was protectedscreamed and the woman fled up the alley attemptted Mrs Rose received an anonymous letter in which she was to she wouid suffer former interest in attempting to learn the identity of a person who had written previous anon mows letters to friends and it is b lieved the wri er was the veiled woman who committed the assault Tuesday night The original letters were of a malicious character Mrs Rose and her friends with the detectives Were gettingclose on the train 6f the writer when the letter was received in which she was told she would suffer for her part in the proceeding Mrs Rose is the wife of Mr Henry Rose who was born and raised here and who is a brotner to MrC John Rose the weljknown st ekeeperguager- who lives 9n Mackville street When the family lived here they occupt the house now used by the Y M C Mrs Rose was a member of the Christian church here and took gr interest in religious affairs Are you Engaged Engaged people should remember that after marriage many quarrels can digestiorns with Electric Bitte S A Brown of Bennetsville S says For years my wife suffered tensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver until she lost her strength and and became a mere wreck of her former self Then helpedehealthyCrid guarantees them at 50c a bottle dRemoved toSpringfield Kentucky Standard The sale of the personalty of Mr W C Price took place at his farm near town Thursday 1A good attendance was present and laic prices were realized The farm Was offered for sa and a bid f1405 was made for This was not deemed satisfactory and the place was withdrawn and leased to Mr C R Barnes of Bardstown the present year Mr and Mrs Price are now residing in Springfield WRITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC cvnc or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE BallardSnow Liniment Co- AT LOUIS MO For Sale by C J HaydoH KellfCoaea S SPRINGFIELD KENTUCK- OtTer to the trade at all times The Best Fresh and Cured Meats We do not buy anything but the best Beef Cattle Porkers EtcItherefore we are prepared to give to the trade the best of meats l COMMISSIONERS SALES SATURDAY APRIL I 905 Hartwell Parlee DefendantsI Equity osf rendered at the February term 1905 in the above styled shall pro teed to offer for sale on the premises publictwelve months the following described property towit Two certain tracts off in Washington CountyKy fTRACT NO Tract No 1 bounded as follows Be ginning at or near a Beech Tree comer to Erasmus Hendricks and Job Dunn thence N 66J W 56 poles and 7 link to a Beech and Dogwood corner to Royalty thence down a branch N 23J E 55 poles and 13 links thence N 9J 7iWW17 poles and 10 links to James A Seays land thence N 24 E 17 poles polesthencening containing 44 acres TRACT NO 2 Tract No2 bounded as fdllows On the N by the Louisville Will sburg Wealdon South and East by the lands of Coleman Cheatman containing 59 acres and also a small tract containing about 516 froem on e South of said turnpike on the other sides by the lands of A L Hupp and Richard Breckinridge TERMS For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved bearinglepaid and tohave the force and effect of a judgment with a lien retained on the land Bidders must be preparedt9 comply promptly With these rules premisesMark Shewmaker at 10 oclock a m Saturday April 11905 PreAm Willisburg at the resid ace of Hart ocloceaM G LEACHMAN M C W C C Nelson County SaIiin Nelsohand n ing to buy through us We have con neciion with Columbia Finance and Trust Co We also sell Stores Hotels DwellingsEtc No 1 Ill acres at 4000 1J miles of Bloomfield on 5 roo house newly painted limestoneland- all tillable 30 acres 50 acres in wheat new outside wire fence 20 acres field No L Planing Mill and Saw Mill 20t9wer2 engines 25 and H P 1 planer and matcher universal machine 1for2 inserted tooth saws 1 60 inch saw 1 completeWillPrice 2500 No 3 190 acres 40 per acre 1 mile Railroad depot on pike 6 room log house weather boarded 120 fruit trees out building medium 120 acres bottom land balance strong tobacco land 1 mile to school and church No 4 acres 350 New 4 room cottage 6 miles from Bardstown on- pike in small town good location for blacksmith shop framethousehouse 2 poultry houses buggy house bqildingsyardsplendidone half in bluegrass Terms ldliberal Price 4000 No6 112 acres 1 mile from Bards town 2 room frame house good barn poultry house meathouse and other fencing good mostly nee wire abundant water young orchard 10 acres in timber balance cleared and in fineC state of cultivation convenient to school church std Terms liberal Price 5000 ttNo7 382 acres 8 miles of Spring andporchtobaccoYspringrailroad depot close No8203 acres 55 acre 9 miles of storybrickoutbuildings wells cisterns eels and bluegrassfarmwell r Noi 9 Hotel in live town 2 story houseinshow books 2800 CrT ATKINSON Bardstown Ky L K STILES Springfield Ky a L 1 Ii T I l ft The Early Bird Catches etTHEREFORE We are a little early in announcmgto the trade that we have rlarge line of Refrigeators- i i and v t Ice Cream FreezerstThe Prices are low The goods will suit you rUse the Blue Diamond Axe The Blue Diamond Saws Chissels- 1 Edge Tools and Drawing Knives have no peripr RememberBUY NO OTHER BRAND We have two secondhand Ranges for sale They will be put in good conditionand sold atra low puce r McElroy Schultz t aoaIoeQaDa I Clubbing Rates i 0 a FOR 0 al a 0a1905k a i0 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and a tt You Ct willa Save a i Money selectinfaayourwinter readinfaa ThemZ fS ns Club list afa The Cigarette LawI LaRue County Herald The fact that our statutes forbid the selling or furnishing of cigarettes to anyone under 18 years is a half confession that these things ought not to be sold at alL Wisconsin has gone the wholehog and prohibited the sale- gift or importation of the drugs into the State The traffic in these coffin nails will be as unpopular and dangerous even in Kentucky ere us illicit selling of moonshine WheelingWheellng The river reached Its maximum here at midnight with 42 feet 7 Inches on the entirelyisolatedbeing able to run trains east and west- on the main line Most of the large forfourmen out of employment In Wheeling district and causing a wage loss of 150000 to 200000 The loss from thee suspension of the jobbing and retail will amount to fully as much Doctors Pleaded Guilty New York March 23Dr Henry H Kane and Dr William H Hale Indicted for grand larceny some time ago guilty to the charge The com allegedthatwhat they called a radium process for which he paid 10000 without receiv ing any benefit Since the indictments were brought Kane and Hale have returned the ozeyJSt Petersburg Tex March 22 Thomas Haynes shot and mortally wounded Charles Morgan hptnetoldafter which be locked himself Insa closet and shot himself in the head otthei Both p 4 pers 1 Tr 175Weekly 1 Weekly Louisville HerIId US fWeekly175SemiSemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat L 175 175HomeAmerican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist L50 American Farmer 1150 225Country t 135Farm325Lippincotts t Scnbners M51110 400 175Harpers rr435Sunny t IaRemarkable tt1Elizabethtawn The recent death of Mr J M Brent of Munfordville recalls some remarka ble coincidences of his life with the late Judge Hoke of Louisville Hoie was elected County Judge of Jet t on county in 1886 Brents was elected County Clerk of Hart Itionswere both beaten in a regular electiom 4 after having secured a party nation They were both large physically for shout the same nomiitime They each got thin same time and were quite the last few years of their lives were of about the same age and Theyjwithin twelve months of each Using fir Chimferltims ClUe Ckolera Hi Diarrbu IcMtiy Dont put Tonraelf In thk auatplaee faOVhomeColic Cholera Horbns Dysentery aa4 forSummerolonchildrenWhen reduced with water a4 sweet ened it is pleasant to toile yovfqlUreJeAer art and when that time cornea you will aeeiM it badly yon will sot buy it now and beian emergency Price 35c large she HH Foo sale by C J Haydon SpringfiekL I i opooooooooooooooocoooooooo LEo HATDON S B THOMPSOS JR 8 HAYDON THOMPSON LIVElY FEED AND SALE STABLE g Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PflOXB 18 o Dr W F TrustyPr- actical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYD- entalworkatreasonableprices All guaranteed Office over Haydon 8 Barber Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain I CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield KybOffice In Haffon Block up stairsi Dr J H LAMPTON f OFFICE In Opera House nifield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Win In the courts of Washington and adjoining counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Conrt C C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wfll practice in all State and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW 1r Springfield Ky t Will practice in the courts of Washin An- p and dJOinJng counties and in the courts ofs w E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtona y jeQeQeneneneneQeQeneQeneo Jj HAYDON THOMPSON j Viidiritkirs and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky FPhone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped it will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness oeoe eOelelel eleleleaeIi DIRECTORY Circuit Court L H Thurman 8prin eld Ky judge R L Durham GreensoargKy Com Atty F 1L Campbell clerk Geo Cat lett jailer L Go Leachman Master Commissioner Byron Croake Sheriff Deputies Ed Masters Sharpsyilie bidney Osborne Spring field Richard Isham Macville R H Mnlli Trustee Jury Fund Court begins Fourth Mondays in February May and Octpber CounB u Judge W F Booker Countyeeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each of Claims Sleets at Springfield first Tuesday in October and ApriL Count Treasurer Robt Noe Other County Officials Jas F Moore Sur veyor Assessor Jas L Royalty T P OBrian Supt of Schools J W Bush Coroner J M Montgomery MrxHODisr ClareRey J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and 700 p m Sunday School evwry at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night Rev P F Hennessv Pastor Services every Sunday at 8 and oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHCECH Eld W P Walden Pas Services second and fourth Sunday 3each month PRESBYTZRUX CHCECH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m 7pm Sunday School every Sunday at Sum Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock Rev Wm Harrison Wil Bunaday at 980 a m Prayer every day evening at 8 o clock NolJIU L Mudd No2 04JaePolland Secret Societies Masonic Springfield No60FAMMasterR L Sutton E Nays Secretary nights First an mura Monday nights in each month The safe of the Bank of Petersburg Tenn was blown open and all the XBOoey taken NEWSY PARAGRAPHS Relating to Affairs In Thisand Adjoining States C Frankfort Ky March 27 Curtis Jett of Breathitt who was convicted in Harrison county of murdering James Cockrlll and J B Marcum re ceiving a death sentence for one and life imprisonment for the other was tM given a new trial by the Kentucky court of appeals on his death sentence in conviction The new trial W slbEgrants because the court below lowed J L McCoy to tell what John Patrick said about seeing Jett at the by moment of the shooting and because under the peculiar circumstances in Harrison county at his second trial a continuance should have been granted Jett1 The latter accepted his life Im prisonment sentence for Jthe murder of Marcum and is now In he penitentiary Caleb Powers also was granted amr new trial The petition for rehearing in Warner who killed PulaskI coLeedsrailroad superintendent because he arerefused to recommend or reinstate him was overruled Warner wasdgiven a death sentence and Beckham must now fix the day for the hangingGirl Robbed and M rderedCWheeling W Va terysurrounds the death of Miss Hulda Schubert whose body was found lying In a gulley about 20 yards off Chapline hill road near this city The ghastly lworkertoto be married to Miss Schu ert The girl was the daughter of William Schubert a farmer on Chap lit j hill She was last seen alive when she left her home on Monday morning to go to her place of employment in the ter city The autopsy over thp remains revealed the fact that one of the arteries in her neck had beenj ruptured presumably while struggling with the murderer whose mqtive perhaps robbery as the girls watch land chain and two rims which she is known to havehad on her person whec fast seen were missing Kentucky Travelers Louisville Ky March 27The state division of Travelers Protective association elected the following offi cers President Scott W Mpore Louisville first vice president Andy Bauer Paducah second vice 51FrPaducah RussellftLoulsmeHeter Paducah secretary and treasurer James T Short reel ted sur geon Dr D P curry Jrj chaplain Rev Mr Pinnerton Paduczh direc tors Robert Nunnelly C D Norton 5000Reward will be paid to any person who can find 0Pof opium chloral cocaine ether or chItEin form in anycAllies RemedlesJThis reward is offered because of certain unscrupulous ersons make false statements about these remedies It is underw d1onlyopen market which have not = been tampered with in anyway Dr Miles remedies cire by their soothing nourishing I strengthening and inv gorat ingeffects upon the nervous system and not by paralyzing and weakening the nerves as would be the caseJf these drugs were used 1 For this reason Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are universally considered the best pain remedy- I have suffered for 25 years with severe pains In my head heart and back and have tried everything I could cet and could not thud nny relief until I got a box Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills I suffered as long as 12 hours at a time with such severe mlmindrelief in from 10 to 20 minutes I dp not have to use Morphine any morq I wish you would publish this that other sufferers may find relief WALKERR Ind Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will benefit If It falls he your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES nThe Sun and The Louisville Times one year 500 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun arid the daily Courier Journalany three days in the week 370 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and theSundayCour- ierJournal one year 2 80 AddressdTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN- Springfield Ky Stanley Dubors Paducah Crusade Agalnst Poolrooms Covington Ky March 23Charges made by the local ministers that cer tarn city officials had been bribed by operators of various poolrooms so that the latter would not be molested receiving bets on horse races are to Investigated by a special grand jury has been ordered by Circuit Judge Shaw The charges were made ministers In several churches last Sunday and a crusade of the ministers and the members of the various wom ens clubs against the poolrooms will soon be started Kentucky Miners Louisville Ky March 22The Joint committee or coal mine operators and rs of the western Kentucky din has not yet arrived at a decision the matter of a wage scale for the ming year The sessions are execu but it Is understood both sides far apart T L Lewis vice presi dent of the United Mine Workers air the miners counseling con servatism West Virginian Appointed Washington March 23GeorgeC appoh1te1hy ilea Senator Scott of West Virginia haft a talk with the president and the was agreed upon at that The place was offered recently George McIntosh of West Virginia but he declined it- Peonage at Louisville Louisville Ky March 22In charg ing the federal grand jury Judge Wal Evans ordered ain investigation of alleged cases of peonage in the Louisville district The statement was based oh District Attorney Hills investigation but the facts were not die closed Child a Suicide New Albany Ind March 27Edw- ard Wheeler 13 the adaptedson of Thomas Wheeler of Galena this county committed suicide by hanging himself In the stable No cause is assigned Neighbors say the boy was well treated by his foster parents Death In Cabbage Paducah Ky March 27Three children the daughters of Mrs Brockwell died after eating of cabbage at supper It Is be the children died from ptomaine They are Ola aged 4 Llllle 3 and Lucy 9IKilled Himself Covlngton Ky March 22 Stanley Heaton of Latonla Ky two of whose brothers committed suicide during the past few years killed himself by shoot ing his body being found on an abandon d road In the rear of the Coving ton branch hospital Costs Nothing for a trial If you want to satisfy yourself that is the most remarkable ex remedy on earth for relieving pains colds inflammations cuts or any part of the body is sore or hurts deposit the price a package with us take it home and give it a trialif not satisfied say the and you money is refunded with questions Just try it onceTo D ntyou see you cant lose THE SPRIN9FIELDI SuN I AND MEN and WOMEN FOR 50a Men and Women is a Catholic maKaxiiic published- at Cincinnati Ohio and is one of the very best dollar publications in the United States Jt is ably edited and handsomely illustrated Its departments are alive with interest It is bright and entertaining The leading artists and literateur con tribute to Men and Women By special arrangements with the Men and Women Publishing Co we are en abled to make this remark ably low clubbing offerS r ADDRESS THE SUNSpr- ingfidd Ky O e By One One by one the sands are flowing One byt one the moments Some are coming some are Do not strive to grasp themall One by one the duties wait thee eachLetLearn thou first what these cln teach O heavenJoysgivenReady theeDoeeShadowsDo not look at lifes long sorro v painGodSo each day begin againi tIslowlyHas holyWhen re Do not linger with regretting despondNorLook to eagerly beyond H Gods1okeoReachIng Take them lest the chain be broken Ere the pilgrimage be done- Adelaide A ProctorI DONT WANT Rockefellers 100000P a sItors of Boston Churches Insist That the Church fuse to Accept tars Money Boston March 25The acceptance by the American Board the Foreign Missionary Society of the Congrega tional Churches of a gift pf 100000 from John D Rockefeller is not to go unchallenged by the ministry of that denomination At an informal meeting of ministers of Boston and vicinity yesterday Rev Daniel Evans presid ing the matter was discussed at length After a quiet but most intense ex pression of feeling that a mistake had been made by the American Board in accepting money from the head ofa corporation which in the minds of most men is convicted and condemned for crimes against individuals against society and against the State a com mittee was appointed to draw resolutions of protest aryl after these were signed this committee was directed to present the petition in person to the protest read To the Prudential Committee of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions Dear Brethren The public prints of the week ending March 18 1905 report a gift of 100000 to the Foreign Missionary Society of the Congregational Churches from Mr John D Rockefeller the head of the Standard Oil Company This company stands be pre the public under repeated and recent for midable indictments in specific terms for methods which are morally iniquitous and socially destructive To arouse the moral reprobation of the general conscience and to direct it against specific offences and offenders is the supreme need of the hour The church is the moral educator and leader of the people and to fulfill this calling with freedom and effect it must stand entire ly clear of any implication in the evil it is set to condemn The acceptance of such a gift involves the constituents of the board in a relation i plying honor toward the donor and subjects the boardj to the charge of ignoring the sues involved Like finding Money Finding health is like finding money so think those who are sick When youhave a cough cold sore throat orI chest irritation better act promptly like W C Barber of Sandy LovelyVa He says I had a terrible chest trouble 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 Greatest sale of- any cough or lung medicine in the world At C J Haydons drug store 60e and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free y The Old Arm Chair lHarrodsburg Herald Mrs Lucy Davis of this city has a chair made in the fort at Harrodsburg in the year 1775 by Captain William Pogue He was an ingeniousand use ful man manufacturing with what rude tools he had the pails buckets chairs and looms used in the fort probably the first ever used in Kentucky His wife Ann Pogue afterwards Mrs Lindsey and later Mrs McGinty made the first linen produced in the state Captain Pogue was not long spared fo the community in which he was so useful On his way to Lincoln county on business he was shot by Indians near Cove Spring and Was brought back to the fort to die This chair came to Mrs Thomas a daughter of Captain Pogue and she bequeathed it to her daughter Mrs Ann Davis and she likewise to her son the late George NtDavis 4 a NORTHERN WHITE j OATS HAT McCLURE WELLS They AretheBesto Alt Kinds of FIELD SEEDS Best Varieties Lowest Price i The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete r Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfoundevery experienc farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world Special Sale on Winter Lap Robes If you need fencing buy tijat which has been proven the best The Page and felwMd Field Fencing f The Hagan Gasoline EngineIIs noted for its simplicity said strength It keeps arunnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a time when bu Worryand IcOlure Wells Springfield Roller MiIISaL I PrIde of Washington Springfields Choice + Solid Comfort Theabove brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers ttTs f TV i Springfield Roller Mils + + + + + + + + + + + WWWW1 MIMarion alc nISaturday Mrs W H Evans missed two 7 rings from her store and notified Chief Thompson Tuesday he arrested Willie Brown a colored girl finding one of the rings in her possession and lodged her in jail to await trial until tjo day It seems that Willie got in bad on two counts Sunday night otleI of her admirers called on her and not c ing the sparkling jewel he questioned her as to where she got it and she replied another fellow had given it to her then his jealous and furious beau gae her a mighty thrashing sir and Mrs Charles Clements called to Houstonville Saturday night on account of the death of her father Mr Jones who died suddenly while on a visit to Virginia His remains were brought to Houstonville and Sunday Mill Burnedi Harrodsburg Herald The large flouring mill belonging jto B F and W I Sanders near ville was destroyed by fire Friday night The loss is between 8000 and 9000 with about 5000 insuran e whfthereGot Off Cheap He may well he has off cheap wljo after havingcontracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly restore his health Noth ing will do this but Dr Kings Nw Life Pills A and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at CJ Haydons drug store guaranteed l Springfield Ky I i rT wJ + + + + + + + + + + Sale of Heavy Cattle IjO=LaRue County Herald Mr T H Horned near TonfevjHe recently sold to Bell 8 Patterson 40- head 0f cattle that are entitled to blue ribbon Thirtyfive of them averaged 1450 pounds for which he received five cents per pound and the remaining five averaged 1400 pounds brought four cents per pound These are the best v prices that have been realized in this pastAand the snug sum of 281750 which Mr Harped received for the above lot nevspaperbusiness READ THiS Louisville Ky June 1319OL Dr E W Hall St Louis 1ioDea Sir I am 68 years of age and have suffered 25 years from kidney and bladder trouble and since using less than one bottle of your Texas Wonder Halls Discovery I have passed twenty five gravel I feel that 1 am almost cured and can cheerfully recommend you to the public Yours Aery truly H C TaoM4529Thirdave A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates blad byyouron receipt of 1two months treatment and seldom fails r to perfect a cure Dr E W Han sole manufacturer P O Box 628 St Louis Mo Sendfor testimonial Soli by all druggists e SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday March 29 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice t Springfield I Ky for transmission the mas as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION LOOBixMontfcsThree Months 25 aIn writing to have your address chpnagain paperJit sent DEMOCRATIC TfCKET COUSTV JUDGE B L Liteey CODXTT ATTOMCET T S BookerREPRESENTATIVE SHERIFF J S Osbourne ErPESn WB11hJuLEaGeo MitchenDeputyJ II Montgomery Three hundred men in Viscon sin have lost arms during the past few years as a result of feeding the members into the cogs or teethof corn shredders There is now a bill pending before the legislature which if it becomes a law will compell the manufac turers tshredders to so arrange the machine that the man who feeds it will be at least twelve feet from its mouth Now why couldnt the Kentucky Legislature make a law requiring that all Kentucky feudist and bad men ini general get about two miles and a half to the rear of the fellowcitizen hes got it in for before he pulls the trigger The IaRue County Herald an pounces that Congressman D H Smith is rapidly recovering from the severe attack of rheumatism which caused so much uneasiness among ihis friends while in Vash ton The following paragraph from C C Howard of The LaR e County Herald would indicate that mebody other than his 4 own dear nephew has called him uncle CharlierUTo call a man uncle who hap to be older than yourself may be partDUtto the person addressed Try the good old Mister and you will avoid all this Charlie Howard is not yet sixty five arid we think ourselves it is a little early to give him the title of uncle Old Buffalo Bill was shownup in a pretty bad light in his recent suit for divorce The old savage 4 hunter cowboy and wildwest showman stands convicted before the world of one of the meanest crimes in the category ingrati i fkindhews quarrelsome mean and IowaIly A recentlyja man her tcjj Taking a dare is not quite jso bad often times astaking aimar and if she lives six months she will very likely dis coverl that it is wise to take dares under such circumstances The members of the Congregational church of Boston who 1 refuse to accept 100060 from Jno j Rockefeller to be used in Foreign Mission work doubtless feel that it is more Godly to let the heathen grope in darkness than to have his way lighted with illgotten coal oil money The Democratic Committee of the twelfth Senatorial district composed of the counties of Har din Bulliet and Grayson met at Elizabethtown last week and af ter firs deciding that the nomina was due Hardin county called a delegate convention to be held in Eliza bethtown August 29 LONG RUN aIyear to Sy fq r 95 A H Crain our Pottsville merchant has rented his property to Mr Perkins who will begin to sell goods at that place the first of April The cottage singings conducted by Prof Coyle every Wednesday night are very interesting They will meet next Wednesday ght with Elizabeth Coca nougher Johnnie Russell is expecting to mov his sawmill on Long Run as soon as th roads admit with the expectation letting it remain until fall Tobacco plants are coming nicely and from the present prospects this tobacco crop will surpass all others in acreage Farmers sa r this is a wonderful MarchSMrs Julia A Key died from infirmi ties of old age She was in her eighty eighth year Our aged friend Mr Harve Lawson has had the lagrip but is able to be out Two children of Mr and Mrs Sam Shanks have typhoid fever Marcus Cocanougher wife and little son Hubert visited his parents Sun day jobnElliott and wife Will Carpenter and wife visited Mrs Elizabeth Coca nougher Sunday Miss Mamie Best and brother o Stewarts visited at the home of their uncle day R T BestI Saturday and Sun Mrs Paralee Cocanougher was th pleasant guest at Mrs Lucinda Black eter Saturday Martin Coyle who is attendingschool parentsSaturdayCharlie and Edd Cocanougher visited friends in Boyle county TATHAM SPRINGS Mrs Laura Coffee and little son Earnest have returned home after a few days visit to her brother Murray Grider of this place Rev Summers filled his regular ap pointment here Saturday and Sunday and also conducted the Bible Class Sun day afternoon Mrs Della Carey and sister Miss Hester Noel were the pleasant guests of Mrs M1J Wells Friday Henry Wells has gone back toschool after a several days illness of catarrh of the head Rosco and Grandville Brown ente tained quite a number of their young friends at their home Saturday night All report a nice time Rev H P Iiatchett and family and IMrs Mary Rice and little daughter Anna were thepleasant guests of Dr iHatchett of this place Sunday Mr Clay Hill anjd wife of Bloom field attended church here Sunday Rev H P Hatchett has returned home after a few flays prospecting in Oklahoma Charlie Ruby Bloomfield was here Claudie and Maud Royalty at tended church here Sunday One of G W Jenkins sons informs otir correspondent that a recent article in the NewssLeader of their family re union which gave his fathersand mothers ages was incorrect as Mr Jenkins was eightYeg ht years of age March 18 and Mrs Jenkins seventyone years of age January 13 May they live to spend many more happy reunions with their relatives and friends is earnest wish of the writer theI Miss Nonnie Sweezy has home from a very pleasant visit to her brother Lewis Sweazy of the Fairview neighborhood outr We are having some fine weather now after a severe winter and every thing is looking beautiful especially the Hotel grounds We presume it will not be long until the hotel will be opened up again Death of iChild Berry Gordon the tenyearold son of Mr and Mrs J N Gordon died Wed nesday and was buried at the Old Rock Bridge burying ground Thursday morn ing Berry had been a patient little sufferer for eighteen months The family Have our deepest sympathy in their bereavement Sons Disappeared- Miss Mary Fagan 430 Ferry St Kansas City Mo states that she used Paracamph for Eczema and found it healing and soothing and its ue is causing the sores on her face to fast disappear No other skin disease so stubbornly resists the efforts to cure with ordinary remedies as Eczema It has been pronounced incurable by some physicians Paracamph guaranteed skin of all of dry Eczema in from two to four weeks if used continuosly Money back if it dont MciNTIRE KY G T Thompson near Lebanon was here Sunday visiting his uncle Mr Hil lary McIntire Miss Burt Corbett of Springfield visited her sister Miss Rose Corbett Sunday Miss Susie Mulican of Springfield I spent laSt week at thisplace the charming guest of Misses Susie and Flora Keene J C Ensor made a business trip to Holy Cross last week Alax Blanford of Louisville is the guest of his mother Mrs Pattie Blan fordMr Frank WHlett and wife spent Sunday with relatives near Fredericks town Maryon Simms sold his farm contain ing about 140 acres to R A Wheatley Miss Sallie Thompson of Lebanon lusteeMrs Annie Kelty has returned home from Bardstown where she was called by the serious illness hersister Mrs Casteel ofl Lewis Mudd is in Louisville where he underwent avery successful operation for appendicitis Jack McIntire wentto Louisville Sun day for medical treatment- G R Clements who has been very sick is improving Johnnie Ensorl of Springfield after a protracted to relatives at this place has refrned5home Champion Liniment for Rheumatism Chas Drake a mail carrier at Ghapinville Conn says Chamberlain Pain Balm is the champion of all liniments the past I was troubled a great dead rheumatism in my shoulder After trying several cures recommendedfme There is no use of suffer ing from that painful ailmentwhen this liniment canbe obtained fora small promptetime will pfoduce a permanent cure For sale by CJ Hay on fl R Us y t H E S PO R Tht Tth ThiHair The Hands fThlThTh HatIThe Shots r A Large Variety of styles and prices Excellent values all of them Glad to show them whether you purchase or not HAYDON S Pharmacy SPRIN8FIED KENTUCKY Established in 1883 ka TEXAS Ml John Peterson and wife are in Louisville this week Mr Peterson has gone in the interest of his father to buy his stock of spring goods Rev WT Gordon preached an ex cellent sermon here Sunday night Bill Jeffries and wife have moved in with Mrs Mary Drane where they will make their future home Will Peterson and wife spent Sunday with the latters sister Mrs Charlie GoodetSam Shanks and three of his children are very ill and are in need of help Help from any one would be appreci ated r A Miss Golden Peterson is the guest of BradyMiss was here Saturday She Was a great favorite here and we are glad to see her at iiny time Miss Minnie Barker of Thompson vil e is visiting Miss Robinson The fine colt owned by Otis Brad shz w escaped serious injuries by its owner arriving in time to prevent it fre m running through a hole in the fe ceo t is reported that E T Franklin ou former teacher has sent in an ap pli ation for the fall school Mr Frank liis now going to school at Valpariso In L He isa very valuable man and we ho I againchose a com munity Telephone will meet here on Ss turday afternoon April 8 to discuss the question We hope to see every farmer in this JCARDWELL in Louisville goods and Miss Nora McMulleri of Jenkinsville j GarcInerners and surprised them Friday night They knew nothing of it until the crowd began coming in Music was furnished by Misses McMullen on the organ and Ada Sims on the violin E T Perkins and H J Brown were in Lawrenceburg court day They also attended the horse sale at Har rodsburg March 22 and 23 where sold a nice mare at a good price theyI sold a 4yearold horse to burg parties dt 7o and bought of Will Crews an 8yearold horse for 55 E G Holiday sold one aged horse for35 to Elster Graham W Lei Graham and E T Perkins were in Springfield Monday- S H Gardner visited his father Sun day J S McElroy of Springfield was In our vicinity Iastwe4k on business GraIhamMiss Ada Sims visited at Battle last Sunday Henry Moore and wife visited his father here Sunday- H J Brown visited friends at Sharpville Sunday James Gabhart of near Cornishville died Friday evening and his remains were interred in the Baptist cemetery at that place after services by ftev E W Summers He leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his death Wm B Hayden and wife returned to Lexington Monday after a two weeks visit to friends at this place- R A Willham robbed his bees last weekand took 300 pounds of honey from three From staldsj spontlent Miss n is no better at present u James Moore and wife Spent last Sat urday with his father her e Robert Lay and wife juddie Jenkins and wife and James Mo are and wife spent Sunday with W I Moore and familyMelvin Moberly and Merrell Long spent Saturday with Hen ry Moore and familyFloris Lay and wife vis ted the family of Lohnie Turner last Sunday Miss Ora Mack of Jenjdnsville visit ed the family of S H Gardner T H Royalty left last week for Oklahoma to make his future home Remarkable Whistler We have a remarkable man in oUr community He can whistle two parts of a tune at the same time soprano and alto He has been offered a good salary towhistle is public His name is Will Moore Besides being a good whistler he performs will on the violin At The Fair Grounds In the advertisement of Waco Dare Jr MrJ R Walkers horse appearing in last weeks Sunit was announced that he would make the season at Mr Walkers farm on the Bloomfield pike when it should have been the Fair- Grounds at Springfield A Safe Cough Medicine for Children In buying cough medicine for childern never be afraid to buy Chamberlains Cough Remedy Thers is no danger from it and relief is sure to follow It is especiallyvaluable for colds croup co For sale by C J Haydon i w 11 gfiStore II New Spring Styles o- fjHIGHART Clothing II NOW ON SALE The i best thai can be produced ff They fit they wear and hold s their shape A guarantee goes L with every suitoj II Prices reasonable for such finely Tailored Garments Select your Suit now for Easter BoysI CLOTHING We are receiving an uptoda1e line jof S slandV I i New Shirts New Collars Cuffs Neck Year and suspenders Latest style hats Sole agents for the celebrated Walkover Shoes Just received a snappy line Mens White and colored Washable Vests ROBERTSON BROSN = The Big = 3 l Storeta- I iTt OPENING iHELadies of Springfield and vicinity are cor II invited to attend my semiannual Iopening on J FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 11 APRIL 7 and 8 I will show the Gage Tailored Hats and others s from the leading Millinery Houses + SKIRTS I Louisvillewillnewest and best things in skirts Come iii and give him your order Respectfully MRS WILLIAMS iW ti = si f1 Ile neCenenene e eneOenenenene TIE FIRST I National Bank noF i- Ii SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY JMWn CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 5 OFFICERS B L Litse President n John W Lewis VicePresIdent A C ilcEIror Cashier n iEDIRECTORS B L Litsey J W LewtsenSidne nreen F e Edelen H iL OrUndy 1JnoO Polinnn every favor consistent 0with safe banking If have not already an account with this n bank we invite your patronage n nenenenenennennenneneQ Local News Notes A large crowd attended County Court here last Monday Venetian Vases reduced Iq 12c a Hagan Bros it t Rev J C Hoskinson will hold ser vices at Springfield next Sunday morn Iing and at Hillsboro in the afternoon Coopers Knox and Cox gelatine and Jello at Jno Shaderte L Pure country sorghum at Jno C Shaders Miss Blanche Shirley The Suns cor respondent at Willisburg is quite ill at present of imflammatory rheumatism c Poultry fence in all kinds and sizes at Hagan Bros The Kentucky Educational Associa tion will meet at tbJ Mammoth Cave in JuneYou fellows who have been kicking about the disagreeable winter weather I will soon have an opportunity of enjoy ing to the fullest extent the Summers dust perspiration fly tickles flea bites and base ball rooters Candies oranges banannas lemons I and apples at Jno C Shaders I Spring is the time fornew dishes w e have em Hagan Bros Dr S J Smock bpughta house and lot of Mrs Hooper in the outskirts of town last week for which he paid 750 Canned corned two for 15c fit Jno C Shaders For a firstclass coffee try tiIHonesty line price per pound from 17 cents to 35 cents Jib C Shader sole agent Mr R A Wheatley purchased of Mrj Marion Sims last week his farm pf 100J acres on the Elizabethtown road abou seven miles from town Pure maplesugar and sYruP at Hagan BrosMr J L Allen bought a half interest in the Egg and Poultry business of MrBM H Jones this week and the thefirmwill also continue to handle coal brick and in fact all lines The business will be conducted at the same stand near the railroad and they invite their friends to call upon them when needing anything in their line The best one on the market Old Hdpestyj coffee at Jno C Shaders agent potatoesH D Stiles bought of different par ties forty headmf sixtypound shoats at from 4 to 4J cents per pound Everything in garden seeds at Hagan Bros vv Mr Jonas Rogers and Miss Mary Boswell of near town were married here Tnesday ev ning Rev Williams of the Baptist urch officiating Dried peaches apples prunes and rice cheap at Jno Shaders County Clerk Book has issued the fol thte s Katie S Moore Jonas Rogers and Miss Mary Boswell Conjwayweek for which he paid 50Q He will make th present season at the Fair Grounds inJ charge of Mr Sylvester Smith A little son of Mr Phil Howord o near town fell and broke his right arm last week He is now doing nicely and it is thought will soon be well t The Harrodsburg Ierald says The barn on the M E Moore farm near Ebenezer owned bye E M Hardin of this city was destroyed by fire Sunday John Vineyard who lived on the place lost a lot of corn hay and a binder that were stored in the build ngLoss- about 600 The Saturday Evening Post for sale by B Shader every Saturday evening Good stories in it Price five centsI NOTICE The enclosure of the Spring field Water and and Electric Light is posted and persons who are foun upon the premises between March 15 and November 15 without a ticket or permission will be prosecuted A new line of Art Platesjust received at Hagan Bros Mr JamN Smith who lives near town informs The Sun that he came near having a serious fire at his home last Wednesday The family were taking supper with a neighbor and hadI left some bed clothing hangingin front of the fire When went back he found the bed clothing qn fire Grabbing it he threw the clothing on the door but not until ithad burned a the woodwork to a nice sewing ma chine Besides the loss of the machine all the bedclothing was lost Mr Smithand family had just moved into the house on the day of the ftreIu II People InN I John Dorsey spent Sunday in Low ville with his brother Will Dorsey Mr Charlie togsdbnor Loret Was visiting relatives here this week IMr Alex Blanford of Lofetto here visiting his mother Mrs Patti- Blanford Miss Sallie Hagan of St Marys visiting Miss Reginia Young Messrs W L Cambron and Clarenc- Nassoy were in Lebanon Sunday Mr and Mrs Lewis Young Loretto were at the home of hi parents Mr and Mrs B J Young near town Sunday and Monday Mr Wm Rogers of Lebanon wa in town Monday Messrs Robt Cleaver andLoga- osley of Lebanon spent Sunday witi friends here Mr and Mrs HM Nbef and son Stith spent a few days in Louisville last week the guests of relativfesj lrHarry M ONan Jr was ou from Louisville to spend Sunday wit his parents Mr and Mrs H M ONani Messrs Dick Edelen and Jim Stoner of Bardstown spent Sunday here wit friends Hon J W S ClerentS of Louis vine was here last w ek visiting hi mother Mrs E S Clejnents =Miss Margaret Russell of Bards town spent Sunday with her Pwren at this place- Downing Robertson spent sever days with friends in Louisville week V iMiss Sallie Pope of Louisville spent Sunday with her mother at th Mrssllarie Barber who is attending school at Holy Rosary cademyin Louisville spent Saturday and Sunda hete with her parents Mrs J B RoBards has returned from a visit to her mother at Danville Mr J R Durrett and Mrs Saul Tyler of Bloomfield were guests MrsPM W Hyatt here yesterday Hon Jno W Lewis is in Greens burg attending court He will atte court at Campbellsville next we k where he has two important real esta cases to look after eAir R H Edelen arid son Richard of Bardstown were here last week Messrs Will Huston Ed Bricken toofMiss Willie Knott has returned home from Louisville Mr G E Medley is at home spend a few days Mrs John W Lewis was in Lebanon last week visiting relatives Mrs R A McElroy and daughter Miss Alice were in Louisville mi week I Mrs William Durrett of Bloomfield is here visiting her mother Mrs W M Hyatt Rev P F Hennesy has gone Baltimore to visit his father Mrs John Mahon and little son Aids Miss Lucy Selecman visited her sister Mrs E Carl Litsey of Lebanon n last week Mrs J J McCabe and daughter Miss Jennie and Misses Sarah and Anna Simms were in Louisville lust weekS see Ben Hur Mrs Huston arid daughters Misses Lydia and Hallie visited at the home H Du Stiles last week Miss Mary Dohoney pf Lebanon was here Friday frankfortitW D Cla Ybrooke Miss Lucy Brown who has been here the guest of Mr and Mrs j L Barber for several days left Monday 1 BASE B LiLSUP We have a complete line of ofi catchers and fielders Mits Bats Balls Etc i LOWEST PRICES 1j GALL IN + AND + INSPECT + SAME Wood Wells Springfield 11elII elel1ee eellellee eI8eleelelelee ofTown days visit to friends in Bards Evansville before returning at Morganfield John McChord Jrandof Lebanon spent Sun friends and relatives here Fladget Simms who has bee i spending few days retnrne at Nazareth Monday Walters spent Saturday with friends in Lebanon W Hagan was fn Lebanon JOhq1lcChord Sr and son Jie anon spent F iday here Duncan left for Shepherds dav mprning to take ch agency at that place fo N He is an industrious upright young man and will make the company a reliable B Blackerby of Bloomfield here Monday Louis Gowdy of Campbells arrive here tomorrow to b of Miss Alathaire Medley and Wells for a few days D Dohoney of Lebanon Monday Katherine and Etta Spald were here Sunday Nellie Thurman and daughter Logan left for Summerset t where they will make their Y McElroy of Lebanon here with friends Myrtle Price and May Mul friends in Lebanon todayI H Rj Thompson Mrs R F Mrs Sidney Greene visited Lebanon Mrs Greene re be the guest of her brother time JjSimms went Vo rcLouisville oIFlora CONTRIBUTED Personal and Ritta Hatchett and Hatchett and Annie Funk KyOutLebanon Wednesday shopping Funk entertained her flinch Thursday afternoon Nelson and MissNLotta I the guests of Mrs Charles Hatchett has returned home visit to her uncle i near accompanied by her cousin Lizzie Bosley Thursday and Nettie Elder Atkinson spent Saturday with her parents beetsas Bros good as fresh ones Grape Nuts rolled Oats a in bulk at Jno C Shaders apple vinegar try Jno C For Sale home east of Springfield in good neighborhood School has large lot and ty of water Terms easyc W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky = + Rhubarb will make a splen pie At Hagan Bros line of flower fvasesones Hagan Bros l f e the author died at Chicago destroyed property + belonging to Swift f + MITTENS GLOVES CarefullyCompounded Ieleleeleee Ie J SPRING STYLES IN TAILORMADE t CLOTHING The Old Reliable GLOBE TAILORING COof GoodQualitiesPrices have benthe predominating characteris ntics of this tailoring house since it began business V ILET ME MAKE f YOUR SPRING SUIT TO FIT YOU r THATS THE POINT The prettiest line of Neckwear in town All the styles Corliss Coon Cos Four Ilatest Collar tvo for v NewrSptodafelineall l styles A nice line of hats In fact everything ManNnds Everything Man j LEACHMANeSpringfield Ky i HILLSBORO We are having some beautiful weath er and many of the farmers are doing their spring work and others are down of spring fever Mrs Larkin Dean is able to be put again Several from this place attended court Monday Sam Montgomery and wife spent Sunday withbis brother Robert who is very low of consumption Mrs John Shewmaker and son Ru us visited her son Will at Willisburg SundayThe Misses Montgomery visited Misses Maud and Eva Inman Sunday Rev W E Sutherland has refaced from Warren county Lee Settles and Byon Parks had a horse trade last week Mrs Annie Godby sold two horses last Saturday one for 100 the other 40 jIJ M Montgomery and John Shew maker were in Springfield last week on business Twillane evening at 330 oclock and we want to meet at 3 oclock to a Sunday school J A Boule care and Wash Tucker of Springfield passed through this vicinity last week Johrt Armstrong and family attended church at Willisburg Sunday Fitch Godby and Byon Parks traded horses last week A Serious Predicament One of our young men was out riding downta a swarm of honey bees They attacked the young man and the colt he was riding balked He jumped from the horse and outran the bees to a fence where the bees passed over him He escaped with only one sting and thinks himself very lucky Obelisk Flour is always reliable At Hagan Bros Try a pound of our Special Roast ee Hagan Bros 1 Ice uu 25c I B LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rellabIeIyorld Your insurance solicited I One Minute Too Late w expressionhundreds to negligence to a dont caresort qfadisposition but you oftenbecausetime There is no excuse for being one minute too late because of a t poor timepiece JAMES J GRAVES SPRINGFIELD Watchmaker and Jeweler will repair it for you at a very reasonable WatchesJREPAIRING A SPECIALTY rtQQOJ0000CrCE0 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And 1 Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KEb4TUCKY- nest Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 000ax000oCr0 00Sa In A early for ice but the days come pretty soon and you will to it us hUun uuu uu I Wants organize D JEWELRY 1MARKS S IgBootsShoesRubberSI A MEAT t a MARKET Where you can buy the BESTY It The Best Every Day the Year t tltlittle hot will have have Telephone OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep idt beef and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest pricesrWe fIare coostantly U Ii in WW the market for fat hidesj T n s All of the Seasons Aproved StylesiIn all kinds of Spring goods will be found at our store Minimum prices will prevail throughout the season and the customer will reap the benefit from an immense array of bargains Come early and make your selection You can not afford tasty away tThe R G Corset one of the best on the market a 1Is to which hundreds of ladies in t Washington county will testify t i Great variety of Embroideries + and Laces i w ttJ ttJIInD 1tJ Itt ID Itl ItJ ItJ ItJIt tt it tt tt rtt rtt mtt tto tt to It tt tit tt tt ttt tt to rtt tt to T T Tt it it + + Talk of Will Insist Russia Build No More Warships For a Term of Years Situation at the Front Paris March 27It was stated In diplomatic quarters here that among the conditions of peace which Japan might ask would be that Russia give a pledge to build no more warships for a term of years A diplomatic official said that such a condition would be the nlost effective means of assuring Japan against Russias carrying out Her cherished project of naval rearmament for the renewal of hostili ties under better conditions than those at present existing It is well known that Russia contemplates a huge plan of naval rehabilitation Ad Doubasoff the head of the tech nical board of the admiralty Captain Clado formerly chief tactical pfficer under Vice Admiral Rojestvensky and other Russian naval authorities re cently have taken the position that peace was desirable until a naval re construction could be completed This appears to have stimulated Japans diplomats to consider means of avoid ing a peace would be equivalent to no more than a truce during which would have time to force an effective weapon and therefore the in timation is now given that limitation of Russian naval armament may figure as a means of ensuring a pro longed peace In the orient Concerning the recent preliminary approaches toward peace it Is now accepted In the highest diplomatic quar ters that these preliminary negotiations did not occur here although Paris inay have been the channel through which the results were trans mitted to St Petersburg and Tokyo However it Is noticeable that there has not been the slightest reference in Fremch newspapers to the peace move went having taken tangible form here or elsewhere except in continued sea iemiC discussion of the peace propa gafida and a few St Petersburg dispatches showing that peace Is in the air Field Marshal Oyama Talks Tientsin March Marshal Harquis Oyama gave his first inter view since coming into the field He refused to discuss the probability of I am only a soldier he said 4Inot a politician The Japanese gov ernment will arrange terms of peace time comes We were forced Low Prices On Clothing Hart Schafiner Marx Mens Fine Clothing Men who wear this clothing find it stylish durable and per fectfitting The Perfec tion Clothing for boys manufactured by HASeinsj heimer Co is the very best Besides its excellent wearing qualities it is stylish We are to quote exceptionally low prices on II clothing ttJIlItJIt tIt rit + + miral vague 27Fleld r T international peace and for the safety of our country Personally I have a high regard for the Russians They are soldiers The officers and men are brave and able and have fought well But our army both soldiers and officers have performed their duty as Japan knew they would I was min later of war for Japan for 16 years during which time conscription laws were passed I have closely watched the making of the Japanese army which has proved what I say that the officers and the men have fulfilled every hope as I believed they would- in the older days when the Japanese army was composed of the Samuri professional fighting men The mQd ern army was drafted from all classes yet all bur hopes have been fully real ized by the work this army has done In actual war Wholesale SL Petersburg March 23 In connection with the peasant revolt there have been 500 arrests In the JDvInsk district where besides sacking and burning property and compelling the owners to seek refuge the towns the rioters are killing cattfe and felling trees In the Kieft district it is report ed forgeHsdocuments have reached the local authorities ordering the sale of state lands to peasants at absurdly low prices These document are believed to have been circulated by rev olutionists in order to promote a revolt of peasants Japanese Loan Tokyo March 27General satisfac tion Is expressed at the success in placing the foreign loan The domestic loan was oversubscribed several tim sand it is probable a portion of It will be allotted to foreign subscrib era The foreign applications amount to several million dollars The suc Slstrengthens war without difficulty or embarrassment Governor Assassinated St Petersburg March 21 A dis patch from VIborg Finland says GovernorMIasort lot was shot and seriously wounded by a boyr of 15 named Matti HJalmar Reinikke who immediately afterward was The youth admits he Is a revolutionist He hails from Kurikke Paris and northwestern Finland but recently has been living In Stockholm to avoid arrest on account of his known revolutionary ideas Quiet at the Front Gunshu Pass March 27 Efverywhere aloqg the front there is complete and ominous quiet A nurse arrived from sick and wounded after the evacuation of Mukden are unfounded Wall Paper Carpeti and Mattings 1000 rOils of wall paper in all the new combinations frc m ri1 r 1 1t lJand lip Dont buy until you see our large line i + We the largest assortment of Carpets ever shown in Springfield consisting of Axnjiinsters Velvets Brussels Ingrains and Granites mat tings linoliums oil cloths rugs etc Fine Shoes We have the exclusive sale of Douglas Kneelend Shoes for men KrippendorfDittman Co for women C E Shoes for boys and R T Wood Cos for children These lines are unexcelled for style wear ajid workmansihp We cordially invite you to call in to see us before making your Spring pur chase We can you ttJ ttJ ttJ ID It toIt to that Russia peace that A GOOD Dr J N Sh han of Maud sends the fc lowing clipping One day last summer two sportsmen were sitting at a table in aresaturaht in Ottumwa la eating their noonday lunch and as they filled their stomachs they felt better toward the world in general and each other in particular One of them lived in South Dakota and the other in Ottumwa Both are good Shots both love toi hunt and in the course of the conversation the Dakota man said that he had mile arrangements to put in a week immediately af ter September 1 shooting prairie chick- enS and it would be a pleasure to have the Ottumwa man join him So it was arranged that they would take the hunt together and that the Ot tumwa man was to send a young setting dog he had raised to a trainer in South to have him broken on prairie chickens and the two sports men woul have him there ready to start in with when the seasoniPiiehedl A few days later the dog was sent to the land of waterright homesteads andstatecapital fights and placed in the hands of the trainer The arrival of the dog was acknowledged and af ter about a month the owner wrbte and asked how the pupp was working In a eek or so he received the following letter from the trainer ifi sS PiMr HW H Ottumwa la Dear SirYour inquiry arrived four days ago just as I was going out to work the puppy and I thought I would wait till I got back before I answered I just arrived and hasten to tell you about him I drove out four miles from town and took the dog in the buggy t hitched the horse in a farmers yard and then took the dog out in a stubblefield where I unsnapped his chain and told him to He evidently caught the full meaning of what I said for have never seen anything without wings go like he did That wheat field had about 600 acres in it and that dog circled it so fast that he looked like a merrygorouijd He made about four laps around the place 2 f J C r v T and had five coveys of chickens two calves an old red bull and two mule colts all going at the same time and finally as a change in the program he started right down through the middle of the field after a jackrabbit He barked like a hound and chased the rabbit about a quarter of mile and I feel sure he would have caught it if he had kept after it just as the rabbit turned the puppy saw the fast mail train coming around a curve about a half mile to the west and as it was going faster than the rabbit he evidently thought it was a little closer to his gait so he took after it I got up on a wind pump where I couldsee up the track for four miles The train had a half mile start and is scheduled to make fiftyseven miles an hour and being a little behind time it was probably going a little faster than that but that puppy was running alongside of the engine barking at it before it got to the third milepost Then II guess he thought perhaps I might want to tell him something else so he started back down the track and was there water tank I slipped up and him and put the chain on him caughtI tied a thirtyfoot cord to the chain and took him out where I had seena prairie chicken drop down in the weeds and i let him work up to where the birdwns1 Just as the chicken got up he gave a lunge and started after it When he jumped he got me oft my balance so I couldnt pull back and he pulled so hard on the line that it raised his front feet off the ground and he was traveling on his hind feet most of the time II had tied the rope to my belt and before I could get my knifeout and cut it we were going across that field like a comet The dog was jumping on his hind feet like a kangaroo and I was stepping from fifteen to thirty feet at a stride Just as we got to the fence I cut the rope and the dog went through and I hung up against a post He went across the road and in thirty seconds he and a covey of chickens and another dog and two cows were all mixed up in a kind of blur Oh hes a good dog That is hes a good general dog The great with him now is that he changes his mind too often He tries to hunt too many things at the same time He is entirely too general in his pursuit But I want to say that if he ever does make uphis mind to center his effort and decide positively to hunt for some one thing hell find it if it is on top of 11 Line I Dress Goods 1 patternsl irs Shepherd Plaids and Novelties Trimmings to match Wash Goods In all the new and attrac five patterns and Weaves tV White Goods tW Mercerized Checks Mercerized Plaids Mercerized Novelties Persian Lawns French Lawns Linens In this de 1partmentyou will find many bargains Come in and see the pretty goods in every idepartment Bargains for BuyersJ i Cunningham Duncan Springfield Ky L 11 1fItttJItUtJ mIt WAR- NEWSN PeaceJapan That ofto Arrests arrested byChinese 3 have interest GENERALDOG Dakota goon pumpI trouble Complete IMoh India the earth- I put in three days looking for him and in that time he had been seen by twentyone rural mail carriers caused two runaways been shot at four times and had chased every farmers cat in two counties For any distance up to four hundred miles Ill back him against an air ship One farmer told Tne that he looked out of the window and thought he sawa wireless telegram going across the field but an hour or so afterward he was talking about it to o neighbor and he told him that he happened to be out in the road where he could see it good when it went by and it looked to him like a dog but he wasnt sure One of the mail carriers said he saw him run straight up in the air for three hundred yards add then turn and run straight down again I didn t see him do that but I believe he can Yours truly Thomas R J + + + + + + + 1 5000 Bond Harrodsburg Democrat Frank Davis a seventeenyearold boy of this city was arrested Sunday upon the charge of attempting a criminal as 1 sault on Mattie Steele the tenyearold daughter of Mr and Mrs MS Steele i 1broPolice Judge Corn Tuesday After hearing the testimony afternoonIheld him to the grandjury of 5000 and he was to jail t Death of Mrs Arnold t Kentucky Standard Mrs Mary Ellen Arnold one of the oldest and most highly esteemed women of this community died last Sunday at 720 p m after a long illness of the infirmities arising from old Mrs Arnold was 84 years of agetf 4V Do Not Neglect a Cold Every cold weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less to Withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases I CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES i PERMANENTLY 1 Consumption Coughs Colds lore Throat CoughBEV HOREHOUNDCONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPINO COUGH MRS MMLLIf LOCKMAK MtltwaIt Ta78 w have aced DallartlHerellrnlt Im my family for several yean and It always gives MtUfaetloa Whea the chlldrea had Cresp and Whooplaff Cough It always reUered them at eaoe and I weald aet fee without It la the hoses as it U the BEST MEDICI 1E we tannr of Best Remedy for Children Every fettle Gvtnutoti- THHff S1zt i 39 90 alffl 91 + BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C1 HAYDON SprinfffeW KV 4z y ii I YI L r ppRist r rv l t r t Morning If 1ffi v rrII CHAPTER IV CROSS the parched bones lay the stick discarded by Jenks in his alarm He picked It up and resumed his progress along the pathway So closely did he now examine the ground that he hard ly noted his direction The track led straight toward the wall of rock The distance was not great about forty yards At first the brushwood Imped ed him but soon even this hindrance disappeared and a well defined passage meandered thr ugh a belt of trees some strong and lofty others quite im bushes gathered at the foot of the cliff Behind them he could see the mouth of a cave The six months old growth of vegetationfabout the entrance gave clear indication as loathe time which had elapsed since a human foot last disturbed the solitude A few vigorous blows with the stick cleared away obstructing plants and leafy branches The sailor stooped and looked into the cavern for the opening was barely five feet high He per ceived instantly that the excavation was mans handiwork applied to a fault in the hard rock A sort of natural shaft existed and this had been y extended by manual labor Beyond the entrance the cave became more lofty Owing to its position with ref erence to the sun at that hour Jenks Imagined that sufficient light would be obtainable when the tropical luxu riance of tollage outside was dispensed with At present the inttrlbr was dark With the stick he tapped the walls and roof A startled cluck and jthe rush of wings heralded the flight of two birds i alarmed by the noise Soon his eyes more accustomed to the gloom made out that the place was about thirty feet deep ten feet wide in the center and seven or eight feet high At the farther end was a collection ot objects inviting prompt attention Each moment he could see with greater dis A tinctness Kneeling on one side of the little pile be discerned that on a large i stone servhg as a rude bench were some tin utensils some knives a sex tant and a quantity of empty cartridge caseS Between the stone and what a miner terms the face of the roclk was a four foot space Here half imbeddef in the sand which covered the floor sledgefthree crowbars In the darkest corner of the caves extremity the wall appeared to be very smooth He prodded with the stick and there was a sharp clang of I tin He discovered six square kerosene oil cases carefully stacked up Three were empty one seemed to be half full and the contents of two were un touched With almost feverish haste he ascertained that the half filled tin did realty contain oil What a find he ejaculated aloud caveJharbored no furiher surprises Return pg toward the dt his boots dislodged more empty cartridges from the sand They were shells adapted to a revolver distanceidozens The remnants of a fight he thought The man was attacked and defended hImself here Not expecting thearrlaloofenemles he provided no store of food or water He was killed while trying to reach the well proba 1blyat night vividly pictured the scenee iI brave hardy European keeping at bay a boat load of Dyak savages enduring manfully the agonies of hunger thirst perhaps wounds then the siege fol lowed by a wild effort to gain the life giving well the hiss of a Malay parang wielded by a lurking foe and the last despairing struggle before death came He might be mistaken Perchance t there was a less dramatic explanation But lie could not shake off his first in presslons What was the poor devil doing here he asked Why did he bury himself in this rock with mining utensils and a few rough stores He could not be a castaway There is the indi cation of purpose of preparation of method combined with ignorance for j none who knew the ways of Dyaks and Chinese pirates would venture to live heII There were was relief In hearing his own voice He could hum and think and act Arming himself with the ax he attacked the bushes and branches or f trees in front of the cave He cut fresh approach to the well and threw the litter over the skeleton At first he was Inclined to bury It where It lay but he disliked the Idea of Iris walking unconsciously over the place No time could be wasted that day He would seize an early opportunity to act as gravedigger After an absence of little more than an hour he rejoined the girl She saw him from afar and wondered whence be obtained the ax he shouldered f 3fou are successful explorer she cried when he drew near Yes Miss Deane I have found wa ter Implements a shelter even lIght What sort of light T By LOUIS r TRACY i Copyright 1983 by Edward J Clode tiwf 1rffwQ 1 vt t OIl And the shelter Is It a house No a cave If you are sufficient rested you might come and take pos eyes danced wltjh excitement He told her what he had seen with reservations and she run on before him to witness these marvels Wh1 did you make a new path to the Well she inquired after a rapid surveyA path The pertinent ques tion staggered him Yes the pe pIe who lived here must have had sour sort of free passage He lied easily I have only cleared away recent growth he said ItIbuild a house from all these trees There you puzzle me he said frankly They had entered the cavern but a little way and now came out These empty cartridges are funny They suggest a fort a battle Womanlike her words were carelessly chosen but they were crammed with Inductive force- Embarked on the toboggan slope of untruth the sailor slid smoothly down wardEvents have colored your Imagina- tIon Miss Deane Even In England men often preserve such things for fu ture use They can be reloaded Yes I have seen keepers do that This is different There is an air of There is a lot to be done broke in Jenks emphatically We must climb the hill and get back here Ip time to light another fire before the sun goes down I want to prop a can Tas sheet In front of the cave and try to devise a lamp Must Ijsleep Inside demanded Iris Yes Where else There was a pause a mere whiff of awkwardnessI guard outside went on Jenks He was trying to improve the edge of the ax by grinding it on a soft stone The girl went Into the cave again She was inquisitive uneasy That arrangement she began but ended in a sharp cry of terror l The dispossessed birds had returned during the sailors absence I will kill them he shouted In an get Please dont There has been enough pf death In this place already The words jarred on his ears Then he felt that she could only allude to the victims of the wreck I was going to say she explained that we must devise a partition There is no help for it until you con struct a sort of house Candidly I do not like this hole In the rock It Is a vault a tomb You told me that I was In com mand yet you dispute my orders He strove hard to appear bru uely good humored indifferent thbufeii for one of his mold he was absurdly irritable The cause was overstrain but that ex planation escaped him Quite true But if sleeping In the cold in dew or ruin is bad for me It must be equally bad for you and with out you I am helpless you know He laughed sardonically and the harsh note clashed with her frank candor Here at least she was utterly deceived His changeful moods were IncomprehensibleI o the best of my ability Miss Deane he exclaimed We must hope for a speedy rescue and I am Inured to exposure It Is otherwise with you Are you ready for the climb The crest of the hill was tree covered and they could see nothing beyond their Immediate locality until the sailor found a point higher than the rest where a rugged collection of hard basalt and the uprooting of some poon trees provided an open space elevated above the rid eTFor a short distance the foothold was precarious Jenks helped the girl In this part of the climb Ills strong gentle grasp gave herconfideIiceShe was flushed with exertion when they stood together on the summit of this elevated perch They could look to every point of the compass except a small section on the southwest Here the trees rose behind them until the brow of the precipice was reached The emergence into a sunlit pano rama of land and sett though expected was profoundly enthralling They appeared to stand almost exactly in the center of the island which was creS- cent shaped It wad no larger than the sailor had estimated The new slopes now revealed were covered wjtii verdure down to the very edge of the water which for nearly a mile seaward broke over Jagged reefs The sea look ed strangely calm from this height Irregular blue patches on the horizon to south and east caught the mans first glance He unslung the binocu lars he still carried and focused them eagerlyIslands lie cried and big ones too How odd whispered Iris more concerned in the scrutiny of her imme diate surroundings Jenks glanced at her 111y She wits njit looking at the islands but at a curious hollow a quarrylike depression beneath them to the right distant about 300 yards and not far removed from the small pIa teau containing the well though iso lated from it by the south angle of the main cliff Here in a great circle there was not a vestige of grass shrub or tree noth ing save brown rock and sand At first the sailor deemed it to be the dried up bed of a small lake This hypothesis would not serve else It would be choked with verdure The pit stared up nt them like an ominous eye though neither paid further attention to It for the glorious protfpect mapped at their feet mome tarill swept aside all other considerations JIiIiSuppose we christen It Ralubow land r Why Rainbow That Is the English m anlng of Iris In Latin you know So It is How cjever of you to think of it Tell me what Is the meaning of Robert In Greek He turned to survey the northwest side of the Islaml I do not know he answered It might not be farfetched to translate is as a ships steward a menial Miss Iris had meant her playful retort as a mere light hearted quibble It annoyed her a young person of much consequence to have her kindly con descension repelled I suppose so she agreed but I have gone through so much In a few hours that I am bewildered apt to for nlcedlstincUonsjenks the reef on which the Slrdnr struck Some square objects were visible near the palm tree The sun glinting on the waves rendered It difficult to discern their significance What do you make of those he In quired handing the glasses and bland ly Ignoring Miss Deanes petulance Her brain was busy with other things while she twisted the binoculars to suit her vision Rainbow Island Iris It was a nice conceit but menial struck a discordant note This man was no menial Injappearance or speech Why was he so deliberately rude I think they are boxes or packing cases she announced uAh that was my own ideal I must localityHon swim uNQ he said his stern lips relaxing In a smile I will not swim and by the Ivay Miss Deane be careful when nIlsassured at low tide when the remnants of the gale have vanished I will be able to walk there along the reef i Sharks she crIeduIn there What horrible surprises this speck of land contains I should not have imagined that sharks and seals could live togetherfIYouare quite rIghthe explained with becoming gravity Asn rule sharks Infest only the leeward side of these Islands Just now they are at tracted In shoals by the wreck Oh Iris shivered slightly We had better go back now The wind is keen here Miss Deane She knew that he purposely misunderstood her gesture His attitude con eyed a rebuke There was no further room for sentiment In their present ex istence They had to deal with chill necessities As for the sailor he wns glad that the chance turn of their con versation enabled him to warn her against the lurking dangers of the lagoon There was no need to mention the devilfish now He must spare her all avoidable thrills They gathered the stores from the first dining room and reached the cave without Incident Another fire was lighted and while Iris attended to the kitchen the sailor felled several young trees He wanted poles and these were the right size and shape He soon cleared a considerable space The timber was soft and so small In girth that three cuts with the ax usually sufficed He dragged from the beach the smallest tarpaulin he could find and propped It against the rock In such manner that It effectually screen ed the mouth of the cave though ad mitting light and air He was so busy that he paid little heed to Iris But the odor of fried hnm was wafted to him He was lifting a couple of heavy stones to stay the canvas and keep It from flapping In the wind when the girl called out Wouldnt you like to have a wash before dinner He straightened himself and looked at her Her face and hands were shining spotless The change was so great that his brow wrinkled with per plexity I afh a good pupil she cried You see I am already learning to help my self I made a bucket out of one of the dish covers by slinging lt iu two ropes Another dish coyer some sand and leaves supplied basin soap and towel I have cleaned the tin cups and the knives and see here Is my great est tlensureI She held up a small metal lamp Where In the world did you find that he exclaimed Burledin the sand inside the cave Anything else His tone was abrupt She was so dis appointed by the seeming want of ap preciation of her Industry that a gleam of amusement died from her eyes and she shook her head stooping at once to attend to the toasting of some biscuits This time he was genuinely sorry Forgive me Miss Deane he said penitently My words are dictated by anxiety I do not wish you to make discoveries on your own account This Is a strange place you know an un pleasant one In soine respects Surely I can rummage about my own cave Most certainly It was cftrelessof me not to have examined Its interior more thoroughly Then why do you grumble because I found the lamp I did not mean any such thing I am sorry I think you are horrid If you want to wash you will find the water over there Dont wait The ham will b frizzled to a cinder Unlucky Jenks Was ever man fated to incur such unmerited odium He savagely laved his face and neck The fresh cool water was delightful at first but when he drew near to the fire he experienced an unaccountable sensation of weakness Could It be possible that he was going to faint It was too absurd He sank to the grouted Trees rocks and sand strewn earth Indulged In a mad dance Iris voice sounded weak and indistinct It greatdistnncefrom his brain these dim fancies but his iron vlll for once failed and he pitched headlong downward Into dark ness When he recovered the girls left arm was around his neck For one blissful Instant he nestled there contentedly He looked into her eyes and saw that she was crying A gust of anger rose within him that he should be the cause of those tellS He tried to rise Oh Are you better Her Ups quivered pitifully Yes What happened Did I faint Drink thisIShe held a cup to his mouth and he obediently Strove to swallow the con tents It was champagne After the first spasm of terror and when the ap plication of water to his face failed to restore consciousness Iris had knocked the head off the bottle of champagne He quickly revived Nature had onlyI given him a warning that he was overdrawing his resources He was deep ly humiliated He did not conceive the truth that only a strong man could do all that he had done and live For thirtysix hours he had nqt slept Dur ing part of the time hel fought with wilder beasts than they knew at Ephe sus The long exposure to thesun the mental strain of his foreboding that tire charming girl whose life depended upon him might be exposed to even worse dangers than any yet encounter ed the physical labor he had undergone the irksome restraint he strove to place upon his conduct and utterances all these things culminated in utter relaxation when the water touched his heat skin How could you frighten me sor demanded Iris hysterically You mustI have felt that you were working tooI hard You made me rest Why didnt you rest yourself IjHe looked at her wistfully This col lapse must not happen again for herI sake These two said more with eyes than lips She withdrew her arm Her face and neck crimsonedIGood gracious she cried The ham is ruined It was burnt black She prepared a fresh supply When it twas readyiJenks was himself again They silence and shared the remains of the bottle A smile Illumined his tired face Iris was watchfuL She had never in her life cooked even a potato OrI boiled an egg The ham was her first attempt My cooking amuses you 1 she demanded s It gratifiessvery sense he mur mured There Is but one thing need ful to complete TOy happiness And that Is1 Permission to smoke Smoke what He produced a steel box tightly closed and a pipe Your pockets are absolute shops said the girl delighted that his temper had Improved What other stores do you carry about with you He lit his pipe and solemnly gave an Inventory of his worldly goods Be yond the Items she had previously seen he could only enumerate a silver dollar a very soiled and crumpled handkerchief and a bit of tin A box ofIjNorweglan matches he threw away as useless but Iris recovered themIYou never know what purpose they may serve she said In after days1J weird significance was attached to thisI simple phrase Why do you carry about a bit of tin 1 she went on I found It here Miss Deane he she Interpreted here asI applying to the cave f Let me see It May 11 He handed It to her She could make nothing of it so together they puzzled over It The sailor rubbed It with a mixture of kerosene and sand Then figures and letters and a sort of dia gram were revealed At last they became decipherable By exercising patient Ingenuity some one had Indented the metal with a sharp punch until the marks assumed this asp cttt Iris was quick wItted It is a plan of the Island she cried Also the latitude and the longitude What does J S mean Probably the Initials ofa mans name Let us say John Smith for in stance Andothe figures on the island with thQX and the dot x oQQeQeQQeQeQeQeQQeQe ieQeQeQeQQQQeQQQOOQeo i Voting ConleslI1 0 aa i Tell The Sun By Votea jf3e 0 Is he Most Popular Young Lady in Washin oar Coun I 0att Is the Most Popular Farmer in Washington County e 0 WHO leL nIs the Most Popular School teacher in Washington County i The Prizes ia I TO THE YOUNG LADY receiving the est number of votes The Sun will give either a handsome DressingTable or a Gold Watch it TO THE FARMER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun 0will given Oliver Chilled Plow No20 Either right or left hand TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest number of- D votes The Sun will give either a Websters Dictionarythe una bridged latest printor a ladys handsome Desk e 0 CONDITIONSS 0niainCoupons dipped from The Sun each week entitle you to one vote for each of the contestants na iQ OUPONQ oftaaD rr H 0 I castvotes forh farmer e if0 iI castvotes for v teacher 0Remember this coupon is good for one vote for each contest ant Clip it out and send it m every week nOe n SPRINGFIELD SUN iSpringfield Ky e e e e e e eae I cannot tell you at present hp I take it that the line across the Island signifies this gap or canyon and the small Intersecting line the cave But 32 divided by 1 and an X surmounted by a dot are cabalistic They would cause even Sherlock Holmes tr barelyIt looks quite mysterious like the things you read of in stories of pirates and buried treasure Yes he admitted tiS unques tionably a plan a guidance given person not previously acquainted with the Island but cognizant of some fact connected with It Unfortunately none of the buccaneers I can bring to mind frequented these seas The poor beggar who left it here must have had some other motive than searching for a cacheDid he dig the cave and the well I wonderProbably the former but not the well Xo man could do It unaided Why do you assume he was alone He strolled toward the fire to kick astray loguIt Is only Idle speculation the best Miss Deane he replied Would you like to help me to drag some timber up from the beach If we get a few bIg planks we can build a that will last for hours We want some extra clothes too and It will soon darkThe for cooperation gratified her She complied eagerly and without much exertion they hauled a re spectable load of firewood to their new camping ground They also brought a number of coats to serve as coverings Then Jenks tackled the lamp It was a most difficult operation to open itBefore the sun went down he succeeded and made a wick by unraveling a few strands of wool from his Jersey When night fell with the suddenness pf the tropics Iris was able to illumI- nate her small domain They were both utterly tired and ready to drop with fatigue The girl said good night but instantly reappeared from behind the tarpaulin Am I to keep the lamp alight she InquiredPlease ydurself Miss Deane Bet ter not perhaps It will only burn four or five Hours anyway Soon the light Vanished and he lay down his pipe between his teeth close to the caves entrance nryitbough he was he could not sleep forthwith His mind was occupied With the signs on the canister head 4132 divided by 1 an X and a dot he repeated several tlmcsWhat do they signify Suddenly he sat up with every sense alert rand grabbed his revolver Something Impelled him to look toward the spot a few feet away where the skeleton was hidden It was the rustling ot- a bird among the trees that had caught his ear He thought of the white framework of a once powerful man lying there among the bushes abandoned forgot e e ee eleOOeOeoe e ef ten horrific Then he smothered a cry of surprise By Jover he muttereduTher IB no X and dot That sign ja meant for a skull and crossbones It Ilea exactly on the part of the Island where we saw that queer looking bald patch today First thing tomorrow before the girl awakes I must examine that place He resolutely stretched himself oa his share of the spread out coats now thoroughly dried by sun and fire la a minute he was sound asleep TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK A Chicago AMernaR Owes Ss EtectiM Is Chamberlains Comb Re edy I can Heartily and conscientiouslyre commend Chamberlains Cough Remedy for affections of the throat and lungs says Hon John Shenick 220 so Peoria St Chicago Two years ago during a political campaign I caught cold after being overheated which irritated my throat and I was finally compelled to stop as I could not speak aloud In my extremity a friend advised me to use Chamberlains Cough Remedy Itook two doses that and not belive my senses when I found the next morning the inflammation had largely subsided I took several doeee that day kept right on talking through the campaign and I medicine that I won nay seat in the CoosciL This remedy is forsale by C J Haydoei- A crusidehas been begun in New York State against the sale of mor phine cocaine and chloral without la belsHounded by money lenders to whom he was indebted Frank Duncan Chicago railroad man committed suicide =Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits0sOM OFFICERS Oed D Robertson President Hon L H Thnnnan YlcePfculilmt J A Boulware Cashier + Chas M McChorfl Aart Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Grabanu HaYTioaJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed 4 If4HUMOR OF THE HOUR X0 Room In the Safe The traveling man was standing looking discontentedly the floor The hotel keeper was watching him By and by the hotel keeper said to the traveling man Lose something The traveling man nodded Something valuable t Another nod Dont you see that sign House Not Responsible For Valuables Lost Un less They Were Put Into the Office Safer Another nod Then why didnt you put it in the safe Couldnt What was itr My Job Baltimore American Something More Tangible Youre fitting out an arctic expedi tion Well I suppose mankinds ambition to discover the north pole will never be satisfied until North pole nothing Im commis honed to capture a walrus north of the thezIn order to complete a millionaires col lection Chicago Tribune PlaTing With Mntclie understand you have been engaged to three girls said she Tour girls he answered i And that it has cost you 4000 for breach of promise suits To be exact 4300II should think you were old enough to know the danger of playing with matches Yonkers Statesman rA Warns Proportion Gawnt I have a lock of your de auburn hair to wear above my heart No it might give you heartburn Progress How is your daughter progressing In the study of languages Beautifully answered Mrs Cum roxHas she a good foreIgn accent Yes Her teacher says that she speaks German with a French accen and French with a GermnI accent Washington Star A First Class Shot Guest admiringly So your wife painted all this lovely china Mr Naggs Oh yes Guest interestedly And is she sue cessful in firing It Mr Naggs Instinctively dodging Ob perfectly Maria seldom miss anything Judge BcVs Prescription Little Bub Mamma my stomachaches I must take some wine must I not i Mamma Wine Who told jyou that Little BubWhy thej preacher read from St Paul last Sunday ake a lit tie wine for the stomachs aCheNew York Weekly It Worn Her Bess Didnt I see you buying a ring for May yesterday jackYeS It was a key ring Bess Fibber I know It was a dla munulf Jacl Yes but a key ring neverth- less It unlocked her heart Philadel phia Press The Touch The science of jiu jitsu enables I small man to bring a big man to grief by a there touch Ive been brought to grief by a mere touch many a time the touchers not being much at Jiu Jitsu either Chica go RecordHerald Hard Pressed- HusbandThese millinery and dreaa ytryingW1feNo my dear I am simply endeavoring to be a little better dressed than my servants New York Weekly CIuLcrSmileyToucherthe poll- force to become a street car conductor Tumbler Thafs an odd change SmileyOdd change Yes that was the jinducement Cincinnati Commer vial Tribune The Record et Rlchev De sayln Is Riches take wings tt II datall I long time had de Idee dat idey tuk everthing dey could lay y bans onPAtlanta Constitution y ANTIOCIIf Mrs Mary Pulliam is visiting her daughter Mrs Sallie Yewell of Bards town Mrs Katherine Tatham was th daylastBorn to the wife of L Ei Sweazy on March 13 a girl Marshal Keeling and family spent several days at the home of Thomas Brown last week James Brown bought a mare of W J Trent for 70 Abe Phillips sold his crop of tobacco cropfor500 appointmentMiss Nannie Sweazy was the guest of her brother last week Granvill Brown entertained a numbe SaturdaynightL E Sweazy has returned from purchasing wkickedvarynicely4100 Reward To any one proving that the testi monials on Paracamph now running i this paper are not copies of original receivefromCoLouisville J nnnnoG nGe n- n s n Worth Remembering n rt O rL erl r1 nOOoo How to Care Nail Biting Nail biting Is not always a willful habit to be cured by some little pun ishment but so times an Indication of the first stage of nervous degenera tion The habit should be treated as a disease It affec s the general health as the pieces of sharp nail are swal lowed and may cause appendicitis A little bitter aloes rubbed on the finger tips will cure It in children How to Make an Orange Souffle An orange souffle Is delicious To mdke It grate the rind of one large orange Into a bowl add three table spoonfuls of powdered sugar sifted and the yolks of four eggs teat allI well together till perfectly blended then add the juice of the orange Beat the mixture again with an egg beater for five minutes then stir In gently the whites of the eggs which must pre viously have been beaten to a ver stiff froth When all Is smoothly mite- together pour at Into a well buttered mold Stand It In a very hot oven bake twelve minutes and serve at once arHow to Keep Cider Sweet To keep cidersweet allow it to work until It has reached the state most desirable tothe taste then add one and a half tumblers of grated horseradish each barrel and shake well This rests further fermentation After re maining a few weeks rack off and bung up closely in clean casks How to Clean Copper tClean with hot vinegar In which a little salt has been dissolved Brass Is cleaned in the same way using either vinegar a d salt lemon juice and snIt or oxalic acid But with both bras- and copper the treatment must not en thus or verdigris will appear and the article be ruined A thorough wash Ing with soap and water should follow and every trace of the acid removed and then the article must be given a thorough polishing The appearance of bronze is much Improved by rubbing the entire surface with a cloth wet with sweet oil Hew to Make a Refreshing Perfume To make a refreshing homemade cologne take half a l1uld ounce eachcoils of lavender and rosemary a aounce of oil of lemon twenty drops oil of cinnamon and a gallon of alco hol Mix these Ingredients well t gether and bottle How te Make Walnut Salsa Shell and blanch one half pound of nuts cover with boiling water add a bit of mace and bay leaf and the toeder drain and when cool cut teem In slices prepare an equal amount sliced celery and when ready to serve cut two tart apples pared and cored Into eighths and then In thin slices Mix the three and add sufficient mayonnaise to unite them How te Cat Batter A secret learned from a hotel cook Is to cover the knife with a piece oiled paper when cutting butter makes the clean smooth cut which delights the heart of a housekeeper w hoare values appearances Sew te Clean Alnralalam Ware Aluminium ware Is so much use now that a preparation for cleaning will be found useful It tarnishes quite as quickly as silver and brass so teakettles coffeepots etc can be cleansed as follows Dissolve twenty grams of borax hi water and a thirds as much ammonia Shake well together apply and polish until the white glittering effect comes that Is always on new kettles How te Improve Oilcloth Your oilcloth will be improved If tub bed overiWth skim r ores h Ing well with warm water and wiping r dry MARKETS MarketeBaconJHazis 15c Sides 12c Beeswax24c per pound Butter r2Oc to 25c per poundjChickenSHens 8Hc Spring 8c to r Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 8c ccornEggs lie per dozen fFeathers 45c per pound Floor320 to JOO Ginseng750 per pound 40uPLard lOc per ouud Limer 0c to Sloo per barrel Mill products Bran Slbo shlpstuff 130 per 100 pounds Potatoes Country toTSc Onions10D SaltS145 and 3L85 barrel ITallow4c per jpound per l gallontvoolBarry dear of grease 20o tub washed 28c Country Sorghum to 50c Gcese44capeicetOnion live Stock Market ATTLEnchoke to prime shi steers 4ii too 24 Medium to ood shipping steers 24 to 450 choice butcher srs 24 to Medium to good bi tchers 3 60 to 28 350cannersv Gpod to choice feeders 00to4 50 cqllmmontomedium feeders 3 58 to 00 to extra stock steers 3 to 3 86 common tq medium stock steers 2 50 to 3 oo j6od to choice stock heifers 2 50 to 3 00 c muiari to medium stock heifprs 2 00 to 2 50 plain light mixed stockers ri 2 00 to 3 00 oood to choice bologna bulls 3 taiMjdiumtosrood bulls 2 00to3oo c Dice veal calvesL 5 oo to 5 50 ininoir to medium calvesML 3 50 to bo c Dice to fancy milch cOws35 00 to 4000 Miedium to good milch cowsri 20 00to30 00 plain common much cows 15 00 to 20 00 LHOGSchoice p to 3oo lbs 5 50 p fickersl8oto2oolbs 5 us 40cchoice pigs Po to Lo lbs 5 001 731Iiightploughs toSoo lbs 00 to 80 iSIIEEP AND LAMBS 50JabtOgcommon to medium 00 to 2 5o sucks 2 ooto3 oiai Extra shipping lambs 00 to 6 5o Best lambs 5 5o to Bob hair to good butcher lambs oo to 5 5o commoiitail endhunbs35oto4 SEA VllLE L H Sea and family Wm Sanders familydday dinner to James Robinson of Anderson county March 26 J Ki Goodlett and family visited Dave Barnett Sunday The newroof on our schoolhouse has been completed MrsjMahalie Satterly diof heart threena to mourn deathWe like to have a telephon- hoe from Willisburg to Seayille Will you help us get it The jveatherisfine for work and farme are very busy plowing and fencing 9BROOKSVILLE W 1 Cheatham and wife spent Sat urday find Sunday at Perryville Borrj to the wife of D Nall a nin pound boy MisS Mattie Cheatham is visiting at Perryville this week Several boys from here attended the dance given by John Golf Thursda night Mrs Clarence Hayes is very low with consumption Springsowas oaf Grove spent Saturday with Ivan Armstrong andsister Bill Oder of Hillsborp and Sa Crook spent Sunday at this place Several from here attended meeting Sundayn Purdom Pink oofbusiness Several of our boys and girls attene music at Miss Jessie Noels Saturda evening All present had a nice time iVALLEY Hill ofNe4vs is somewhat scarce with us The tanners and their industrious wives too busy with their spring work for much visiting so about all we see are the girls horseback riding in their white sunbbnneta Springithere Miss Mattie Mudd visited Misses Pearl and Ola Goatley Thursday Willard Thompson and wife of near town visited friends here last week Ed Goatley and Willie Virgin of Maud were here onbusiness Thursday Misses Rose Snider and hlanni- Pinkston were shopping in Springfiel- Wednesday Master Clarence Settle of Maud spent last week with relatives here Mrs A K Parks and Miss Stella J t a Waken eld were the pleasant guests of Mrs Sam Tucker R Goddard of Harrodsburg wa at the home of Mrs Mag Grundy Monday night gIfieldcourt though a good many passed through here and returned looking as if they had sech a headache Clyde Goatley and Hark Shehan were at Mooresville Sunday- It looks as if we are really to have telephones The wire has been run from Carrol Kellys to T G Tatums store and Cliff says he expects his box most any day Kaisers Vlsltao Morocco ParIs March 24 Dispatches from Tangier Morocco say that the German Spanish and Moorish elements are preparing an elaborate reception for Emperor William on the occasion of his visit to Morocco It Is now gen erally accepted here that the emperors visit has no significance as a demonstration against France The authori ties are hopeful that he will not make a speech as this possibly would give political aspect to his visit The French officials are satisfied that Ger man has no political designs on Mo rocc6rand It Is pointed out that If Ger man activity there results In the Inter rupt on of the French policy It will be a se ious blow to the cause of civiliza tion as it will encourage Morocco to revert to the old regime of barbarism and anarchy which made the Perdk carl case possible t No Contraband Aboard S attle Wash March 24 Acting Secretary pf State Adee wired the Nor hwest Steamship company that the steamship Tacoma recently capture i by the Japanese had been towed to N agasakl where the Japanese prize court Is sitting John P Hartman rep resorting the Northwestern Steamship company at once wired Mr Adee to the effect that the Tacoma was not carrying contraband goods that sh was bound direct for Shanghai an the every barrel of beef she carried was consigned to a Shanghai mer chant The state department was asked to intervene if possible to prevent the condemnation of the Tacoma Newfoundlands Revenge St Johns March 24The New foundland government ordered the cus toms collectors throughout the Island to refuse American fishing vessels II cerises to procure bait in colonial waters the government intending to introduce legislation at the session of they legislature opening next week to enforce the bait act against Americans s as Astringently as it is now enforced the French because the Amer an senate burked the BondHay treaty The advocates of retaliation against Americans claim they can make the crusade as effective against Gloucester as they havealready made it against St Pierre Engineer Held For Clifton Wreck Pittsburg Pa March 21The ver dict of the coroners Jury in the wreck at Clifton Pa on the Cleveland and Pittsburg railroad on March 3 in which seven members pf the battalion of engineers of Cleveland were killed ana many injured nolds Engineer An Juryevllle O master mechanic LC Rels ter of Cleveland car Inspector and John Hazen of Cleveland stationmaster for failing to see that the train was properly equipped with fire extinguishers in good working order before the train left Cleveland Found Billets of Sliver Akron 0 March 22Wblle walk Ing along the south shore of Silver uponea d Ito be silver Making further Investiga tion he and his brothers duo out 26 large billets of an average weight 100 pounds For many years the lat ageyof 110 years told a story of how an encampment of 500 Indians shortly before the battle of Tippecanoe left the vicinity cot the lake In a single night and it Is thought this silver was th treasure they dumped Into the for safe keepingRobber Foiled atmsafe of James E March a contractor and Republican leader 151000 In rail road bonds 10000 in cash and 10001 worth of jewelry While Mr March whno had entered by a back door tiptoed to the safe whIch was open and was pro xaluYAfttr a short chase and sharp tussle Mr March overpowered the man and handed him over to the police Assistant Secretary of Navy Detroit Mich March 24 Truman H Newberry of this city who has ac cepted the appointment as assistant secretary of navy sanative of this city He was born la 1864 and graduated from the scientific school of Yale university In 1885 For several years after his graduation Mr New berry was engaged in railroad con struction In upper Michigan with hi father the late John S Newberry Senator R A Alger Village Destroyed Sunman Ind March 24Fire de stroyed almost every building in this village causing a loss estimated at over = 60000 with but little insurance livedrr o residences a general store and a clga store The local firemen were assists- by the fire department from Morris walch responded to an appeal for aid r County Member Will make the present season at my theInon at 12 To Insure A Living Colt Lien retained on colt until the season is paid Money due when colt is foaled or mare parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Informatioas n etc will write to the under signed J R Durham R F DNo 4 Springfield Ky SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN suscribersotherfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but serted in another department of the paper at very low rates RFthe best S C Brown Leghorn Eggs 100 for 15 Try them Has had no other kind for nine years 17 E S Mayes ir Springfield has for ntsforJ W Hardesty Polin has for sale 100 bushels of seed oats 20 T William Simms Springfield R F D No2 has for trade or sale horses and mules at all times 20 CBrown 21dJ H Walker Valley Hill has for sale Pure Boone County White Corn l 19 P M Howard Springfield has for sale Gorinis India Game eggs 15 for 100 19 hasforLeghorn eggs at 50c per setting of 15 Mrs Walker produces an egglaying strain having won the 5Ocash prize in 1903 for greatest number of dozen of eggs sold in nine months 19 Tom Reed Springfield Route 1 has 1eandharnessmarePerfectly 7J feet r Kyhave19 htas some er sey pigs 18 J H Walker Valley Hill has for sale a Short Horn cow with young calf 18 DNo1threeyearoldJack J E Shelby R F D No1 was to sell his herd boar Iagii13933- rare chance to get a pure bred Duroc Jersey hog cheap 18 YOUR WANTS 1 1onand oe repairin I +also mend umbrellas Machines Furnituree + Scissors Knives and Raisors + sharpened Saws filed + WORK GUARANTEED TAYLORT j ProtestrOttawa Ont March 25The execu five committee of the Dominion Ma line association lodged a protest with the minister of marine and fisheries agalast the restrictions that are Impos ed on Canadian steamships by the United States It was pointed out that there was a tacit agreement that these regulations should be reciprocal The new rules against which the protest Is made are those devised as a result of the Slocum disaster The minister of railways and canals was also asked to withhold consent for water priv asktTrleColorado 24 PLlllp B Stewart who is arranging the details of President Roosevelts hunting trip in the White river country has received a letter fro eSecretary Loeb stating that there h been no change in the presidents plans to visit Colorado Mr Stewart says the president expects to live em tlrely la the opea if the weather during his visit to Colorado Is atall favorable The president continued Mr Stew art gill spend his days la the saddle and his nights ia a sleeping bag wrapped in a rubber blanket dOne murderer was hanged at New Orleans one atAbingdon Va and a third at Montgomery Ala I JNo1161 FairGrounds 12 to insure a living colt =handahighDESCRIPTION veryPEDIGREE nicedriverSired WacoDaremark For more extended pedigree see Springfield ORPHAN BOY i standtheSf to lassie a Inlay Colt byParrottsVis he by Maxwells Reyielle averdentsshould any occur A lien retained on all colts to secure payment of service fee 20 liR WALKER Englewood Stock Farm Willlsbifff Ky I Monte Wood EDhtoa6Ir i rkDiamondson Alexanders Abdallah second dam bTNed Forest third dam by a thoroughbred baywith1breederJ T Veatch of wflnwre has sold his colts as high as a85 He trill make the soasag of 1905 at my stables at 1 CeltAandi j Jacks at 97 and 8 to insure a living colt tspaidtt3- 0sP0TW00L W S llMt Will make the season of 1905 atmy stable onehalf mile north of Ereder= theTamSil te lasers a Lhis Celt- S twoodJr is 16laad one inch high fs a Ashlandat yutDreediBIrAlthoughwill saddle sad sake fine combined honesI JH Will make the seaso at the sazaa ttoeasdplace He is a ae black jack with white points and has proves hiaself to be a fine Paragonwill f servicetae t bred to another June All care takea tqpre vent accidents gift will not be responsible should any occur JI TI MMTIMCIY 4 WATCH FOR BARGAINS Doriarl9Q5 watch the col rtisedyear you w1l1avedollars No merchant has ever yet quoted high prices through tist1ietalks to the people throughtlM newspaper VOTE a