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I j 7 l bt 1 inflm UUI t f f I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON OUNTYI t YlIi l 1l05i IHIf SKINIFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 6 fl j r II TOOKP0iS0t4 f Mrs Margaret Tyler Takes Two Ounces of Carbolic Acid and Died a Horrible Death Last Friday The death of Mrs 1Jofday March 31 was one of the most tragic that has occurred in this county for a number of years Mrs Tyler committed suicide by taking two ouuces of carbolic acid Within ten minutes fterjshe swallowed the deadly poison she waS a corpse dying a most horrible death The poison was taken imm e diatfely after her return from town The facts as given to us by her sonin law Mr Ed Janes are as follows Mrs Tyler went into an upstairs room remaining a few minutes Her husband Mr V B Tyler was in thefroom below not suspecting that wife had retired for the purpose of taking her life Presently she came rapidfy into the room where he was and in a frantic voice exclaimed My God me She then fell across a sbedinTyler hardly had time to realize what bad happened The suicide occurred at about 4 oclock in the afternoon Just 4t few seconds before expiring the wife f And mother although in the very jaws of death and suffering the most excrUa ciatinQMunV jalsed her eyes to those of lier horrorstrickeri husband and ex acted j Jipomise from him that he 11girLcharacteristic of the mother Duringat suffering the intensity of no thoughtsAshe was going to leave and the loving and devoted smother wanted to go to her grave with a promise from her husband that he would tenderly care for the little onesTae a two children The children are Mrs BH Janes of Valley Hill and little Miss Clemmie Tyler Mr and Mrsa Tyler bad been residing in this county about one year having moved here from ML Sterling Xy The deceased was a Miss Hudson and was married to Jlr Tyler twentysix years ago She WaS fortytwo years old and was liked by ill who knew her Her friends and family feel that the suicide was the re suit of a deranged mind she having been in ill health for several weeks Mrs Tyler was a member of the Presbyterian church from which church funeral services were eldat New Hope last Saturday The deceased was a woman of many pretty qualities and was loved and honored by friends and relatives To those who are so sorely bereaved hundreds of people in the county extend condolence BROOKSVILLE Miss HattIe Settle spent Sunday withJ Misses Artie and Olive Sutton J Several attended meeting at Glens Creek Sunday morning Mr Luther and family spent Sunda with their mother Mrs S B Noel Mrs C R Cheatham and son sPen Sunday at the home of W P Cheath andfamilyMrs Pinkston spent Sunday at this place r Mrs Birdie Cooksey has received her new stock of millinery jDeath of Mrs DeWitti IWe were all sorry to hear of the death of Mrs DeWitt which accurred aiT her home near Louisville last Sat iurday Her remains were laid to rest Jin theWillisburg cemetery Sunday evening The heartfelt sympathy of our jcommunity is extended to the bereaved jones jt For Sale r A storehouse and stock of notions groceries stovpsand stove KEj pairs tinware etc at Mackville Large store room two stories 24x50 feet a tenfoot wareroom full length Building has 20inch shelving Fine opportunity I desires to sell on ac count of ill Can be bought reasonable Easy terms Write or call on T J GRAVES KyIissuIanother internal loan of 100000000 p Ha II POLIN t Thad Cheathams school at Brush Grove closed Friday with a candy treat Miss Cotie McCann of Chaplin is visiting at Polin Miss Sallie Ross will teach school this faR at Brush Grove Ivan Kelling at Rockbridge W P Cheatham at Har desth and Thad Cheatham at Polin We had recordbreaking weather in March and the farmers are very busy If this years crops should turn out to as prolific as the grass cultivated on top of the drygoods boxes in Polin the country will Surely be in a very Pros- pero condition Died at Lakeland William Hardins family was shocked Friday to receive a telegram stating that their son John W Hardin of Lakeland Asylum was dead His remains were interred in Brush Grove cemetery Sunday r HILLSBORO Miss Viola Vice visited Bill Scott and near Willisburg Thursday Mrs Miranda Coulter is visitingher daughter Mrs Nannie Scott John Shewmaker and wife spent Sun day with his brother F M Shewmaker Rev Todd and family of Mackville at t last Tuesday with the family of P Laachman Orcenith Peters of Mackville began school Monday to finish his fall term FR Neale and Hon T Scott Hayes of bIpWeptowill not be misdirected the next time gJohnterrLilljan of near Litsey attended the Sunday school meeting here Sunday Joe Noel and Earl Cheatham of Brookville and John Kelly of Fen wick wereiin this vicinity Sunday to Details of the shocking death of Mrs Margaret Tyler wife of Van Tyler rei- ding near Frederickstown which oc curredlast week will be found elsewhere in this issue of THE SUN Mrs had lived in this neighborhood a year made many friends and was loved by all who knew hera Robert Montgomery Dies After suffering several months from consumption Robert Montgomery who had lived in this neighborhood for a number of years died March 31 He leaves a wife and two small children a father three sisters and two brothers beside other relatives and friends to mourn his death His remainswere interred in the Rock Bridge cemetery Sunday after funeral services con ducted by Rev W E Sutherland Public Sale f On Saturday April 8 I will offerfor sale atfmy place on the Elizabethtbwn n road 7 milesfrom Springfield a lot of stock comh y1oats etc farming implements household and kitchen furniture Sale begins at 10 oclok a m i J M Simms MILLINERY Opening Of the Knott Company Friday and Saturday April 7 and 8 The Ladies of Springfield and Washington county are cordially invited to ttend the semiannual opening of the Kntitt Co on the above date All of the latest styles in Spring Millinery eVeryRespectfully Death of Dr HICAlIen Born Feb 10 1825 Died April 2 1905- Dr Henry C Allen one of the best known physicians in this sectionof the State and one of Washington countys most honored and loved citizens died Lakeland last Sunday April 2 and his body was brought to this place on Monday Tuesday morning at 10 oclock funeral services were conducted at Pleasant Grove church by Dr Latimer the Presbyterian church after which occurred in the cemetery at that For over forty years Dr Allen was a physician at Mgckvile hav graduated in the University of Louisville in 1851 and immediately be a practice at Mackville No man ever lived in Washington county had more friendsthan this good doctor At Mackville where he was so well known the people looked upon him as their benefactor In that community- he had nursed hundreds of people back health he had been with them through trials wid sufferings and had comforted them in their bereavements- He shared their joys and sorrows indeed he laughed with them and wept with them he was truly one of them and when a short while ago his health became impaired by Brights disease it was found necessary for him to wereabout andJl practicei WINNERS OF THE- SPECIAL PRIZES Miss SimmsJ Miss Jricontest Besides subscriptions coupons coming rivalry promises warm watched interest perhaps Standing of Contestants Most Popular Miss Bobbie 4718 Sadie Mayes Lydia McElrqy 1120 Lizzie Waters 811 Claybrooke Hinton Rose Osbourne 251 Merritt Louise Settle 650 Miss Elder 200 Mattie Whitehouse 104 Most Popular Nunan5016Ella Shaunty Annie May Osborne 404 Redding 737 Hayesi 463 PLEASANT Dennis of Tatham Springs returned home Sundayafter weeks her grandparents Mr Mrs Shirley warm weather still continues everything looking prosperous much pleased with Rev new pastor of Willis burg Christian Church give up his practice of his home community were sor but kind and generous and ad viser announcement of his death was made it was received with sorrow people of county but fiied him 1 In the treatment of paralysis there was a more successful physician in Kentucky His practice in cases of this was very frequently he was called out of State where he met marked success Thomas Allen of Dr Al was one of early pioneers of Kentucky and years was County and Circuit Clerk pf Mercer county tDr Allen was married in 1851 to Miss Pendletoh and to this union three daughters were born Mrs Thompson of this Mrs W Curry of Louisville and Mrs Smith of Butler Dr Allen was a devout member of Mackville Christian churchand was one of its substantial members t Robbie Emma ES Mayes Voting during past few days has been the liveliest since the opening of the quite a number of have been in large batches with every mail From now on to be and will be with by The Suns readers At this time there o way to figure who will be winners at final wind up on April 26 Indeed it very likely that last day of contest r the last hour of it will decide matter Save coupons and send them in before April Young Lady Simms Miss 3941 Miss Miss Miss Annie 502 Miss Belle 332 Miss Fanny 405 Miss Lula f 210 Miss t Nettie Miss Teacher Miss Emma Miss 3265 Miss Miss Jennie Mrs Kate HILL Miss Ota near a visit with and G W The and is We are very Young the the He is a very 1 the people town and a friend When the by the the for not nature large and the with the father len the for forty Naomi S B place R T J Mo the most the the the the is the the the your noon on Miss Miss Sallie Carricoe 444i Clayton Stallings 300 Thos Prathers 75 Miss Stella Virgin 126 Miss Sarah Ross 51 Most Popular Farmer Eo S Mayes jr 2946 W SGibbs 1956 Robt McIlvoy 2015 Sam Nally 1472 Geo West 11049 Fleece Bosley J 604 Ed Yocum JI 450 John Russell 204 T J Trent 50 H R Thompson 266 P J Kelly 3 Voting coupons be clipped from The Sun from week to week and sent in a few days before the contest closes or they may be sent in each week intelligent man and we trust will be a great aid John Dennis and family of Tatham Springs and Richard Pinkston and family of near Willisburg were pleasant guests at the Shirley home Sunday Richard Craig and wife of Pulliam were here Sunday Increased wages for many thousaii of employes of the United States Steel Corporation has become effective OPENING THE Ladies of Springfield and vicinity are cor invited to attend my semiannual opening on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY e4 APRIL 7 and I I will show the Gage Tailored Hats and others from the leading Millinery Houses r tit SKIRTS ieMr Howard of Howards Skirt Coot Louisville will be here those two with a sample line of the newest and best things in skirts Come in and give him your order Respectfully MRS WILLIAMS 1ICl ilANTIOCH JIdstacoSunday Miss Ora Maddox Is qery ill of heart trouble at present Mrs Mitchell has been very ill but is now much better James Hill of Ashbrook was here Monday on b inessIJames Snider bought of Silas Armstrong a horse for 90 Miss Myrtle Derr of Bethel attended church here Sunday- If all reports are true there will be a W rhoLThe residence of Mr Norman Hahn was completely destroyed by fire Sunday while the jamily were absent It was a total loss not an article in the house being saved The origin of the fire is unknown A Narrow Escape Anderson News For some time past Mrs Sarah Alcorn with a daughter and ai large family of children have been living on a shanty boat near Tyrone and a short time since during the high watepinthe river she awoke one night to find that the boat had sprung a leak and had settled until Ute water was almost level with the top of the bed Hasti rous ing the family all succeeded in making their way to the shore but had scarcely done so before the boat wen down to the bottom The boat was raised and the people of Tyrone donated the funds necessary repair it when the old lady and familragain moved in and are still living in their old home PLEASANT GROVEl Miss Ella Sweeney of Lebanon is visiting her aunt Mrs Alice Tiompson Wathen Simms was in thi Grove Sunday Mrs Wm visited the family of Wood Young SaturdayI Steve Thompson and wife visited his parents at this placeIMiss Ida Young of Springfield visited her cousin Miss last week Miss Viola Brown of Springfield is visiting Miss Alma Leachman this week Wood Isham was in Mackville Sunday- A B Young of Fenwick i ited his son at this place SundayIHarry Thompson and wife of Spring field Visited his parents at this place Sunday ItByron Parks went to on business this week Charlie Bobertson and We visited the latters parents here Sun Pete Shehan and Will Jones were in weekjFrank McIntire place last ev a pointment here Sunday regular The farmers of this are very busy sowing oats this week WilljQuit Business Owing to bother business that will take most of nay time I win make Photographs Thursdays ijridays and Saturdays If you want work come at once as I expect tog out of the CoxdsFour hundred iron are on a strike at Cincinnati WOrker Jor r IY 1 TEXAS Miss Alice Cocanotigher and brother Charlie are visiting their uncIeinBoyl county Miss Frances Litsey of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs Joe Begley Miss Malvinia Wy off and Mrs W T Barnett of Mackville spent Sunday with the tatters parents Mrs Jacob Kimberlin visitingherMessrs Burnes and Hopper tad Misses Seay and Ddbeun of Perryrille were the honored guest of Hue Gaorgi t Young last Sunday Len Bradshaw bought of Sam Burneg one horse price 90 Mr John L Offutt and wife of Bloomfield are visiting the latUr parents Mr J I Claybrooke and wife Mrs tda Arnold entertainedat nor last Thursday the following piMa Mesdames Cordie Peterson SalEeKiM 1ia d i ciiii ii uglier Mr and Mrs John Peterson have re turnedhome from Louisville Mr Peter son bought a nice line of spring and summer goods while there He invite all his friends to come to see him The people of this community met Sunday evening a Sunday school with A O Anderson as super aMistantlurer and Miss Maggie Montgomery secretaryjThe sixyearold dof Tom War her coloredwas buried in the Bethel ham cemetery last Friday illy ness is able to be put again Joe Roberts and family spent Satur day and Sunday with their mother Mrs George Gibbsi John Elliott and wife of Jensonton visited the home of the tatters mother last Sunday Jacob Peterson is improving nicely We hope to see Mm out again in a short time Mr Minor Ransdale and family of Harrodsburg visited at the home of a Mrs Ransdales father Rev J W Campbell The singing given by C B Pope last Saturday evening Was quite a success Quite a number Of young people at tended Rev R L Purdpm filled his regular appointment at Bethlehem last Sunday He preached a very spiritual sermons to the young men May the boys live up to his standard of teaching Rev C D Rowley The Highway and byway preacher gave an excellent talk Sunday night He talked from Luke 5 and used for his subject uFish- ling A large crowd attendedI Cocalfan Sold Rev J W Canpbe bought of R jV Young a part of the farm known as this 2900PHouse and Lot for Sale 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 telectricfour and five acres all necessary oimt buildings large stable ice hooM pool bry house etc etc Terms mace to suit purchaser Apply at O S M office i it i r r 81 11 111 ll i Screens OR FliesH WHICH DO YOU WANT We will sell you the Screens The fly comes without buying The SelfFitting Window ScreenThey fit themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop Springfield Lumber CoI ielel T HEMP y RATE To High From Harrodsburg and the Kentucky Railroad Commission Will Hear Complaints of PeopleIHarrodsburg Democrat The matter of having corrected the prohibitive rate on hemp from Harrods burg has not been forgotten Mr C D Thompson has kept up communica tion with Chairman C C McChord of the Kentucky Railroad Commission and there is a promise that relief will be granted In a telephone message to Mr Thompson Wednesday morning Mr McChord said that his commission would visit Harrodsburg some time during April and it will then consider the complaints about thehemp rates and such other complaints as may be brought before it Itwill be remembered that the American Hemp Company desired to estab lish twolarge houses here and make this a buying and rehandling center The company even went so far as to secure options on twp lots here upon which to eret their warehouses But the railroad company made a charge of 2 per ton more from Harrodsburg to the east than was the rate from Danville or Burgin This additional freight of 30 a car made the Hemp Company surrender it plansfor the time at least Mr Thompson and some other public pirited citizens took the matter before the Railroad Commission Mr Mc Chords idea was that the complaint f Peoples Deposit H Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President ThurmanVicePresidentJ Chas M 3IcCh6rd Asst Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GeoD Robertson W L Graham Judge L H Thurman G L Haydon J W SatterlyT M Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooooooooooo tdU 11111would have to be made before the In testate Commerce Commission but the Kentucky Board will investigate the facts in order to place it before the higher tribunal if found worthy A written complaint and request for investigation has been filed with Chair man 1fcChord signed by a score of Harrodsburgs largest shippers While the commissioners are here the merchants ought to make formal com plaint about the BurginHarrodsburg rate the prohibitive lumber rate an the practice of changing weights ratings and charges on bills of lading afte shipment Harrodsburg has always been given theU hot end and she should make a fight for her rights 5 About Rheumatism r There are few diseases that inflic- more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for which such a varied and useless lot of reme thatitChamberlainsPainsale has met with great success in the applicationsufferershave rs its use Why suffer when Pam Balm affords such quick relief and costs but a trifle For sale by C J Haydon Passengers Narrow Escape Anderson News Last Monday afternoon the passen gers on the train leaving here for Louis ville at 350 had a remarkable es caVe fromdeath fist before their train reached Shelb ville The train run ningat the rate of thirty miles an thistwithin a few yards of a high trestle when it was discovered that the trestle was on fire and burning fiercely Engineer Lacy promptly reversed his engine but be fore he could stop the swiftly moving train the engine had run over the trestle and leaving the track left the cars standing in the midst of the flames The passengers quickly left the day coach and escaped by the rear of the train after which they with the train crew succeeded in pushing or dangerThecould not be moved and were destroyed with all the mail and express matter on the train New Cure For Cancer All surface cancers are now known to be curablg by Bucklens Arnica Salve James Walters of Duffield Va writes earsthatArnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly Well Guaranteed cure for Haydonsdrug to Where can r nnnnn nn a The Best Every Day In the Year r t Phone us for Fresh Oysters and Fresh A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon and you will have have it Telephone us A MBA T- MARKET you buy the i BEST i i pTcoxCOM1sFish lIce OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market prices We are coostantly in the market for fat beeves iww Ya O OOOOCOOQCCXXX9OCXXXXXXXSCOCCCGOCCOCCCOOOGOOGOCOGOCCOCO 8 4 FA VORITE POEMS I 8OCOOOdOOooooooooooooooooooCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooco I Oh Why Should the Spirit I of Mortal Be Proud President Lincolns Favorite Poem By William Knox proudLike I A flash of the lightning a break of the wave Man passes to his restin the grave T The leaves of the oak and the willow shall fade Be scattered around and together be laid highShalThe infant a mother attended and loved c provedTheEach all are away to their dwellings of rest eyeShoneAnd the memry of those who have lovd her and praisd Are alike from the minds of the livingerased The hand of the king that the scepter hath borne The brow of the priest that the miter hath worn The ere of the sage and the heart of the brave Are hidden and lost in the depths of the grave reapTheThe beggar who wandered in search of hIs bread Have faded away like the grass that we tread The saint who enjoyed the communion of heaven unforgivenTheHave quietly mingled their bones in the dust So the multitude goes ijke the flower of the weed That wither away to let others succeed beholddbeenrWe drink the same stream and view the same sun And run the same course that our father have run The thoughts we are thinking our fathers would think The death we are shrinking they also wouldshrink To the life we are clinging they also would cling wingtThey Iqved but their story we cannot unfold They scorned but the heart of the haughty is cold They but no wail from their slumbers will come dumbtThey diedaye hey died and we things that are now Who walk on the turf that lies over their brow Who make in their dwellings a tranient abode Meet the changes they met on their pilgrimage road painAredirgeStilltis the wink of an eye tis the draught of a breath From the blossom of health to the paleness of death From the gilded salon to the bier and the shroud 0 why should the spirit of mortal be proud 2 Kentucky Mountaineers As Seen By Rev Miles Saunders BREATHITT NEWS- I have just read what purports to b extracts from an interview with Rev Thomas Cooke archdeacon of th diocese of Lexington in which he is quoted as asserting The origin of the Kentucky moun taineer is accounted for in history Many of them are part Indian and they have the Indian characteristics In the early days prisoners were sold into slavery and brought to America to work for the rich planters They were as a rule an uneducated low class of people and had fallen into disgrace in their own country When the negroes were imported they took th place of the white slaves who were freed The whites had nothing and moved westward from Virginia to make their living as they could Most of them settled on the eastern slopes of thee mountains and on the western slopes were the Indians They become friends and intermarried the result being a new class of humanity the decendants of which inhabit the Kentucky mountains today To the facts of this interview as whole and in particulars we enter our respectful but earnest protest There is not one family out of one thousand of the present inhabitants of the Cum berlands whose parentage may be traced either to the Indians or to those white slaves who had been freed by the Virginia planters The great majority of them are pure ScotchIrish and Hu guenot stock They are decendants familieswho had been prominent ofI the Revolutionary struggles and people have known almost no intermingling of other blood from the time of their immigration to the present The allegation that they are of Indian and quondam white slave blood is not supported by the facts of history or genealogyFor or three decades after the Revolution almost incessant streams of population flowed into Kentucky through the Cumberland Big Stone and other GapsImostot them actuated by hope earthly for tunes pushed on to richer lands of the bluegrass sin Many of the boldest and most sport loving dropped out of these currents of immigration and settled at choice places in the mountains through which they were passing The beauty of these highlands charmed them the magnificence of the forests the abundance of game and fish the fertile little valleys enticed J many of theme They carried with them as recom pense for military rvic patents fore lands from a few hundred up to thous andsand even many thousands of acres They located these patents on lands bounded mostly by streams and water sheds earlyboookswho these patentees were and that they bpre ScotchIrish and Huguenot names and more modern records show that these lands remain in the hands of their lineal decendants We may easily understand that thee great between settlements and the almost impassable paths of comma nication traversing mountains and crossing rivers as they did would make it very difficult to maintain churches and schools if they had desired to do so but these wayside settlers had more taste fQr hunting and fishing than for educational and moral culture As we gather their history their qontact with the Indians was not of clove making- or matrimonial kind The first genera- tion grown on the soil were good Indian fighters and expert woodsmen hunters and fishermen and innocent of books the second and third generations in creasing moreso They inherited the patriotism and traditions and the moral and physical vigor of their fathers a well as their tastes for sports and haz a gWenow though the circumstances which gave rise to and developed them have disappeared They walk with a soft andstealthy tread as their fathers did jiri stalking wild game they talk in soft low tones as if to escape detection by an enemy They tell the truth not ex aggerate nor minimize They are Strong bold and hospitable close and accurate observers with astonishing sharpness of sight and hearing But gentle and kindl as they are you may read on all thei faces the legend written under the olc Scotch ThistleWho touches me gets hurt Many of them are ignorant of books but not of nature They observe and think quickly and accurately Their memories are very retentive Many of them are naturalists botanists orno thologists and ichthyologists without knowing the meaning of these terms That there is a per cent of desperate and dissipated characters among the men and a few reckless and abandoned women is alas too true but not so large a per cent of these as may pet f I TKO UBLESTORE y GRUNOt CLAYBROOKE MciNTIRE- rI i A SUIT FOR EASTER j I wwWW almost them better Leslie counties descendents Indians slaves whic Perry county selected examined stock loser havent selected Here styles correct fabrics vogue among dressy boys eastern Cities while choice Dont wait fewdaysbeforeEaster HeldmanHeldnutn Cos clothing 1 Ettlinger Cos boys Every GarmentWelI Made Suits for Men from to Suits for Boys from 350 to 15 Suits for Youths e from o7J I HA TS and CAPS Hats and Cap of the latest vogue every face for every figure and fancy Guaranteed gve Satin = factidn N1tshavefor fl boys and children x i The Early Bird Catches the Worm THEREFQKF i havelat Rerge Orland Ice CttI Freezers lThe Prices are low The goods will suit you Use the Blue Diamond Axe The Sawshissesgepepor RememberBUY OTHE J BRAND MtEIroy Schultz w wwwww w Wn found in any our largest cities is also true The total absence of passable roads has shut them in has shut out from the educational prevailing The allegation that these bold gen neighborsare a new class of humanity of an white is a slander we repeL SANDERS Log College Buckhqrn Y Ii If you before you our you are the if you HOWS the time you will find all the that are the that are most in the men and of the Come in the selections are here untirthe last for men for 5 20 1 for to en NO of and and one one Sudden Death Kentucky Standard Mrs Alice Hite died last Saturday night at her home on the bluff of heart disease Deceased had been ill but a very short lime and her death was not unexpected She was the xrdhyears burial took place Monday in the Bards town cemetery 0- i k s t ooocxx 6ooooooooooooQGOooo LSO HATDo SBTHOMpsojR HAYDON THOMPSON I 8LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky r Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PHONE 18 OOOOOOCOOOOOOooooCooOoooc 0 J Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J11 Ma Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain I CROWN WPRK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work StrictlyFirst KyOffice Dr J H LAMPION7 OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashingtonilLndand Federal Courts s C C McCHORD iATTYATLAW p Springfield Ky Win practice in all State and Federal Courts WD CLA BROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Kyi Washingtonandpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonand QQQQQQQQQ QQQ HAYDON THOMPSON Umlirtakirs and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 s We carry in stock a full line bf Burial Robes and Caskets r We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness O nnnnoen n DIRECTORY Circuit Court L H w judge R L DurhamCorn Atty F 3L Campbell lett jailer M G stoner Croake Sheriff QetoberIMasters Sharpsville Sidney field Richard Isham Maeville gall Trustee Jury Fund Court Mondays in February May and CourtB L W F CountiAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each of Claims Meets at Springfield first Tuesday In October and April ounty Treasurer Robt Xoe Surveyordeputv of Schools J W Bush Coroner J M Montgomery METHODIST Rev J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and 700 p Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a in Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHCRCH Rev P F Hen essy Pastor Services every Sunday at 8 and oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHHISTUX CHIRCH Eld W P Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at In and 7 p m School every Sunday at a m Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at7 oclpcK BAPTIST HCRCH Rev Wm Harrison Wil liams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m School every Sun day at 930 a m Prayer meeting every Wed nesday evening at 8 o clock No2JnoJas Divine No 5 J R Mays No6 Jno 0 Polland Secret Societies Masonio Springfield Lodge IIMaysa A general strike of ice and coal wag t OQ drivers is on at St Louis cOcOOOOooooOOoooooooooooooocooooooooooooo oooooocooo Ei 8 8 + STAIGfiT TALK if I 8 BYf 8 g JMISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS Cffe orxOO ooooooo Adam and Eve What on earth did Eve do without a newspaper And Adam without pipe Thats what I want to know No one killed or wounded or married no rail road accidents no politics But here I wonder if she would have considered it criminal for her to not have agreedI with Adam in politics or on any many stirring questions of the I wonder if she would have waxed warmI over these many questions and pulled his whiskers but holdI wonder if he Sundayinwondering about that man Of course I know I should have paid more atten tion to other affairs but I could not help it And oh to have been loved by the FIRST man before his heart was riddled thru and thru like a target as mens hearts are in this day before they are twenty tooits true and you know it every one of you I have brothers and I have heard themsigh and then whistle the next minute And I firmly believe Adam grew even a lit tle tame or Eve would not have flirted with the serpent not that I consider that an excuse oh no I would not have you think that for anything I just wish they had had a newspaper Nothing to do but make love all day no clothes to mend no cooking no scandal Truly it is said Satan finds some mischief still for idle hands to do and heads too I think A newspaper would have saved her It is an awfully long jump from Adam and Eve to Mr Gore and yet I cant help but wish they had been acquainted I believe if Adam had subscribed for The Sun Eve never would have got into trouble IIam convinc of it and have long since ceased to upbraid her for that very reason Newspaper Borrowers A borrower is a being unfinished There is an old Scandinavian Proverb that says When Satan wishes to angle with and then catch a man he sets him to borrowing The whole tribe of borrowers are cheeky but the nerv iest of the tribe are newspaper bor rowers County papers are so cheap that everyman cAN and every Max DOES buy his own There is a degree of sentiment about your home paper a man acquires an affection for it and like his wife and baby he doesnt want any one else to meddle with it Indeed anuisIanceandbe broken up in some way so that the man or woman who pays for the paper may have the privilege of enjoying it Very frequently they desire to clip something from a certain issuemaybe- a recipe which tells how to make pumpkin pies better cure the old mare of the colic keep watermelpns till Christmas or cure a bunion butt when they go to get the paper they are reminded that Tom Dick Harry or pOs THE SPRINGFIELD SUNAND MEN and WOMEN FORI SI5O Men and omen is a Catholic magazine published at and is one of the very best dollar publications in the United States It 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 1with the Men and Women Publishing Co we are en abled to make this remark ably low clubbing offer ADDRESS THE SUN Springfield Ky OOOQOQOSXSOOQOOOCOGOOOQOOQ silly Sam Bill or Joshnahad borrowed it The Editor of The Sun has no ob neighborshave it for two or three weeks then againIThe Sun for two or three weeks We are vain enough to believe that they would want more of it l Naming the Dog neighborhoodstopped iri the house ofapious old lady and noticing her fondness for her dog sayingWell that is the queerest name I ever heardsaid the visitor Yes but I theught it must be a good one as I found it in the Bible answered the pious old soul In the Bible said the visitor Pray in what part of the Bible The oldady in all reverence toolc down the Bible and turning to the text read as follows MOREOVER the do came and licked his soresi Socrates When Socrates was asked whetner it was better for a man to marry or live single he replied let him do either and he will repent itWhat a wise as well as a great man But still J knew ONE man for instance a fortune hunting young man who married a fiftySheand she died unless than a week after celebrating their nuptialceremonies He inherited her property and HE never repented f his marriage but I have forgotten whether he showed any regret or not BRIEF1rARAGRPIIS Relating to Affairs In Kentucky and Adjoin ing States City of Louisville Indicted Louisville Ky March 29Theted eral grand jury Indicted the city of Louisville and I N Vetter superinten dent of the workhouse for alleged viol lations of the federal statutes against peonage Mr Vetter Is Indicted on two counts He is charged with unlawfully willfully and knowingly hold Ing In custody Jerry Cook The city of Louisville is indicted on four counts charged with holding under conditions prlcelnegroesMr Vetter was returned against him in his official capacity only And does not Imply any personal wrongdoing Boller Blew Up Huntington W Va March 31On Sandstone creek in Mingo county a boiler in a small saw mill owned by Walter Farrell blew up killing threw men and injuring two others The dead are John Sandmann Green Sahdmann William Henderson The eagIgowere visitors at the mill not being em played there The entire structure was wrecked and a portion of the wreckage was destroyed by nreJ Quarrel Over Card Game Huntington W Var March 30ic As the outcome of a quarrel over a card game Thomas Fry killed his ItttclUglygaged in the card game when a dispute arose and Smith stabbed the elder Fry his fatherinlaw inflicting serious injuries Young Fry heard his fathers calls and coming upon the scene with a shotgun emptied both barrels Into I Smiths body killing3 him Instantly Fry has not been arrested Town Gutted Ihdlanola Tenn March 29The business district of this town j was saved from destruction by fire only by the timely change In the direction of a high wind The conflagration started in the new Sunflower Inn de stroyed that building and spreading rapidly consumed aHv ry stable gun smith shop and a cotton warehouse Several stores were also damaged The loss will amount to about 40000 Shot by Burglars Fairview W Vap lIar h30An at tempt was made to rob the farmhouse of the Huff family here William Huff 70 and his son Frank 46 were awak cued by the Intruders and while in vestigating were shot and seriously wounded Stewart Steele a neighbor of the Huffs has been arrested in con nection with the affair The Huffs kept their money In the house Jaws Dislocated Augusta Ky April 3 While gaping the lower Jaws of Ray Taylor a farmer became dislocated and doc tors here worked with him for a long while before he was relieved The ac cident happened In the country and the young man was almost dead before be reached town 1 r A Matter of Contrast 1rLouisville Times Judge Hargis isa member of the State Democratic Central Committee and a strong individual political power in the Tenth district Alexander Hargis has been member of the State Senate arid with Sheriff Callahan and Elbert Hargis forms Judge Hargis cabinet Together they have dominated Breathitt county and have had a pronounced influence in the political affairs of every adjoining and nearby county Secure in their position and confident of the impossibility of evidence being secured against them it is generally believed that they have permitted if they have not participated in high crimes against the State culminating in theassassina tiprt of James B Marcum a Republican- of standing and influence in local dis trict arid State politics In 1900 when the Republican press was confronted by the assassinatin of a Democrat through Republican agen cies and called on to make choice between a campaign waged for the pun latIterlike circumstances three years later elected to follow the opposite plan and from the day of Marcum death the strongest demand for the punishment of his murderers has come from Demo crati newspapers The result of that demnndwas shown in Judge Parkers refusal to grant bail to James and Elbert Hargis and Edward Calla han No other decision by a member of the Kentucky judiciary in years has received and is certain to receive the more unanimous indorsement of the Democratic press Judge Parker has regarded solely the nature of the crimes and has ignored the political affiliation and power of those charged with its commission In so doing he has acted in accordance not only with his own everyII State The speedy trial of the Hargises and Callahan and their prompt and uncompromising punishment if proven guilty is both desired and expected as much willihavetrust as because they have been convicted of crimes that in themselves deserve the severest penalty Death of J H Shy Harrodsburg Democrat Mr James H Shy of Pineville died Sunday afternoon at 245 oclock atthe home of his neice MrsJ Bixler in this city of pneumonia Mr Shy came here about two weeks ago to be with his sister Mrs Susan Smith who died Tuesday of last week He was ill of grip when he arrived here and soon developed pneumonia He was too sick to be told of the death of his sister and passed away unconscious of the fact Mr Shy was sixtyseven years of age and formerly lived in this city He had for a number of years been en gaged in the hotel business at Pineville and was citizens one of that Itowns most substantial Plans to Get Rich are often frustrated by sudden break- constipationBracePills They takeout the materials which and clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headaches and dizziness too At Ct J Haydons drug store 25cj guaranteed A Merciless Arraignment Glasgow Times Here is the merciless arraignment of one of the ministers who is of the opin tCionany money feller If half of what is said be true Mr Roosevelts path ity life is wet with orphans tears Every step in the ladder of his success has been marked by broken hearts and ruined homes He ca3 e to his place of power not as an eagle soars but as the serpent crawls In the name of good he defaces Gods image of man A few mote ecclesiastical broadsides such as this and the sole reason that Col Rockefellers hair will not curl will be that he is baldheaded 1 Going for ChambedainsCotic Cholera and Diarrhoea- Remedy placebuthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery d Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan tarn and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency Price 25c large size 50o For sale by C J Haydon Springfield t r el eelOATS AT McCLURE WELLS They Are the Best t All Kinds of I FIELD SEEDS Best Varieties Lowest Price in Farmer Will findour line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc completeI Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons arethe best They have stol the test of time they have been byeveryexperiencWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world Special Safe on Winter Lap Robes If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Ptagt and Elwoid Field Fencing J r The Hajgan Gasoline Engine artmninThis n i budgingisJand Wickedness McClure Wells Spnn lehl KJ 9 1 t ii iZI y Ii Springfield Roller Mills f+ + I Pride of Washington t i Springfields Choice + SolidCornfortt ++ I i ++ The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers + r ++ t ++ 4- tit iSpringfield Roller Mills + t4i4tnti iIT ITt ITI ftlltiiTIITrITIITI A Itt rt titi rTrt + + + + + + + + Active At Eight Four Dr L W Gore was eightyfour years old last Thursday He bears the bur den of his years well Many men many o1Iin his law office every lay sedulously- looking after his law practice and other wise giving promise off surviving many years yetLaRueCounty Herald The on e commenting on the above says An4 yet if Prof Osler of Hopkins University had his way the doctor would have been sleep ing for the past twenty tears from the effects of chloroform Barn Burned Kentucky Standard A large barn the property of Mr T P Samuels situated n ar Deatsville was entirely destroyed by fire between and 2 oclock Monday norning The barn was 120 feet long and was one of the nicest buildfngsof tile kind in that section of the county It contained 8150 worth of provende and farming implements to the value of 700 Mr Samuels places his entir loss at 1000 with no insurance The f re is supposed to have been of incendiary origin IJDont Borrow It is a bad habit to bo row anything but the worst thing ou can possibly borrow is trouble 1Yh n sick sore heavy wearY and worn out by the pains and poisons of dvspepsib biliousness Brights disease and siijiilar internal disorders dont sit down And brood over your symptoms but fly for relief to Here you will find sure for etful ess of all your troubles and your body ill not be burdened by 3 load of debt disease At C J Haydons drug stord Price 50c Guaranteedf g + + + + + Another Attempt on Mrs Rose f s I Harrodsburg Democrat Another attempt was made in Louis unknownIRose Last week the Democrat gave an account of how Mrs Roses life was saved from an assassins knife by a religious book This second attempt was made by hurling a large stone into hers home just missing hel head ii FbrASTIGMATISM Hard word tis at best Tis Eyils own Imp Leaves the eye without rest It tugs at the muscles It pulls at the nerves r Our glasses will give him Just what he deserves E M RUSSELL Jeweler and Optician When you get ready to buy Uur Cut this advertise merit out and bring ft to me and get25 cents off t 1 I m Tr = r f I t SPRINGFIELD SUNW- edseediY lln Ari1 11905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY L SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR r In Advance J ROGERS GORE liter awl ftkitker Entered at the postoffice at Springfield i for transmission through th mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ose Year ILOO Biz Months so j Three Months 85 changedalwaJB youWiDEMOCRATIC TICKET COTOTT TUDOEB L Litsey MayeiOOTOTTBEPMsrsTjmv W D OsbonrneBCFERINTEKDEKT Bush CatlettAes Kitchen Deputy a CoBorau J 3L Montgomery Another one of Chicagos very Hhusually smart professors has made an important discovery After years of research and by experimenting upon a dog a chicken a monkey and a man h announces that a fellow with a long neck gets more anda longer taste out of the good foods h swallows than his unfortunate brother with a short neck Bu it can not be denied that the short neck individual has it over the long neck fellow when i comes to swallowing a dose o castor oil- Little sermons on buying goods at home are continually going ttye rounds of country newspapers The Sun has not been printing many of these sermons for the reason that Springfield and Washington county people buy their goods at home Their home merchants have what they wantat prices to suitand there isno need to go into anotherr market European newspapers are having much to say says a cablegram from London about an girl who is touring Europe wit apet pig sittingbeside hjer She is much wiser and shows more taste than many of our American girls who have toured that country with a cheao Count or a ten cent nobleman According to a recent announce Tnent we have 2913 per capit- If you havent got that much money in your old clothes you aint got whats dqe you The Harrodsburg Herald says that a Louisville woman ha patented a divice for lacing sho which will enable a fellow to lac his shoes without reaching down Nowif somebody will invent something with which we may put our hats on without reaching up well all be fixed nicely so far as both ends are concerned R D Thornbury of the Mar ion Falcon in referring to the fight being made upon Joh Rockefeller by the Ministers o Boston becomes guilty of the fol lowing They should not rock a feller out of church Judge Hargis made a mistake by refusing to go to Iqidiana An Ohio man recently shot and killed two nfen because tthey in suIted his wife Ohio snot so badafter allfAn Alabama Woman is suin for divorce because her showed ranla That picture of an ink stand- which the Louisville Times isTun Turaflingrooster column looks like th picture of one of Carrie Nations hatchets Its out of place at the head of this column anyhdw for nearly every country editor in Kentucky has bought a fine sec ondhand typewriter part cash t and part advertising The Lebanon Enterprise of last week tells of a man who brole into a saloon in Lebanon On ly a small quantity of silver all that had been left in the register was taken Nothing else apparently was touched says the Enterprise I Evidently this thief had at some period during his temperanceepledge which begins Touch not handle not drinking nothing but the pure water In the Spring the young man and the young woman are fully convinced that love a rubbertire buggy and a horse are the greatest things in the world The man who sees nothing but the dark side of life ought to punch his eyes out and feel his way through the world A New York Justice of the Peace recently held that a wo mans tongue was a concealed weapon In order to be strictly lawabiding it will now be necessary for New York women to keep it hanging over the chin or take the loads out Thanks eAnderson News For pithy pungent editorial paragraphs there Jsno paper in the State SPRrNGe inePaPmt was a y Public Notice oldfas druggists at Springfield Washington county Kyf has this day dissolved its business partnership and all persons having claims against said firm will pre sent same for payment and those owing said firm are requested to come forward and settle Said business from and after this date will be conducted by Prince W Wells and in the name of The Red Cross Drug Store at the old stand and your patronage is respectfully solicited This 24th day of March 1905 WOOD WELLS CARDWELL S H Gardner and family visited at the hone of Walter Hays Sunday LitseyhE T Perkins bought of Lawrence Catlett one 8yearold horse for 60 and sold him to Gabe Keightley for 6750 Lawrence Catlett bought an aged mare from W4 S Colvin for 18 and sold her to A Bottom for 25 J J Watts bought of Wayne Burns 2 aged work horses for 12750 J R Ward and family and W H WardaSunday The doors of S H Gardners store and those of postoffice and barber shop will not be opened on Sundays in the future H J Brown bought 8 pounds of nice Sundaysfishesanythinge passed through here last week enroute to Chaplin S G Foster and family cf Dugans ville visited ET Perkins Friday 1MT ZION Hiner Neale and Green Hays went to Louisville Monday tononefJas Sutherland and sister Miss Grace were in Springfield Monday Mrs Ella Taylor and Clifton Taylor went to Bardstown Saturday and spent the day with her son Clifton who is attending school there Mrs Mattie Neale of Bloomfield is spending the week at the home of Mrs Emma Neale Mrs Joe Hays spent Saturday with Mrs Kate Williams Miss Ora Shewmaker spent last week with her uncle Mr Shewmaker of Tatham Springs SpringfielddHerbert Crumes spent Saturday night with Roscoe Sutherland Miss Kate Wilkerson of near Bloom field is Visiting her aunt Mrs Kate Williams at Maple Hill Misses Nora an sprits were 1n Bloomfield Saturday shopping WilliamseIene Williams Sunday y t i t t Store MOORESVILLE Since our last there has been born to the wife of T B Flaghera 10lb boy There was a large crowd out to hear Rev Adkins preach at New Hope church last Sunday A Miss Bukey talked to a small audience of ladies at New Hope last Saturday morning and will talk again next Saturday afternoon at 2 o lock Her object is to organize a Womans Aid Society Sunday school has been organized at New Hope church and will meet every Sabbath morning at 930 clockW H Yancay was chosen Superintendent and Miss Myrtle Croaks Secretary Teachers Misses Martha Tucker Della Croake and Messrs Ham Shehan and Robert Gray Sam and Edd Yocum sold their tobacco last week to B D Lake of Springfield at 5c and lOc per pound The tobacco plants are coming up nicely and a large acreage will be set out this summer Misses Nancy Moore and Chatsey Collins visited Miss Nancy Ellis last Sweeney and family of Wood lawn visited his parents at this place last Sunday Misses Burnett and Lela Wall and Bansal Cull and Sam Sweeney attended nightfColumbus Cheatham of Chaplin was here Sunday Miss Ora Barney is visiting her brothers in Spencer county Miss Nancy Ellis was in Bloomfield Thursday AN INVITATION I Is IStoreIIand seethe most stylish line of footwear ever shown in this market We wish to call attentiahto our new styles in Low Cuts we have them in all the latest novelties all IZI colors You hear itsaid on every hand If you want the best shoes go to the Big Store Our aim is to give the best pos sible for the prices For men and boys we have all thellatest styles In Spring Footwear A Complete line of Childrens School Shoes Robertson Bros Springfield were James Friday sulted ceived by terred Mr leaves applied over P Kansas days source comes life or acamph wife like Little j Our Edd Mrs by garden tf nicely near A Springfieldt I The Economical The nan who figures his paint cost but on the broader basis of ho is the man who considers all the paint queatlonhe is the man who Figures on Mastic Mixed nJOMf TZw Laat- sIt is demonstrated fact that Mastic ing 300 square feet two coatsis 50 per cent higher price than a paint 200 square feet to say nothing of Its durability So the economical man can figure it is wise economy to use Mastic It lasts long after the price is Manufactured by PEASLEEGAULBEKT CO LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY P0R RARE av C J HAYDONa i VALLEY HILL James Allen and wife of Bloomfield spent Sunday at the home of Palmer Tichenor and wife of W SlTucker the first of the week Mrs GW Thomas and children o Maud were the guests of Mrs Dona hue Sunday Mrs Susan Hughes was in Springfield Friday Pat Kelly was here on business ThursdayC and wife spent satur- day and Sunday at the home oC Mr Lee McMakin at Chaplin L M Gregory of the Grove was in our midst one day last week Mrs Eliza McAllister visited J B Williams and family Saturday and Sunday Emmett Settle of Booker was here SaturdayMiss Tucker went to Louis yule last week to visit relatives She was accompanied by her niece Mable Virgin and wife visited their daughter Mrs Tom Reed the first of weekMrs C Tatum and sister Miss Grace Lear spent Sunday at the home of tGilbertfence for Geo Tucker the past week School opened Monday with Miss Flora Keene as teacher Sores 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 use is causing the sores on her face to fast disappear No other skin disease s arestubbornly resists the efforts to c with ordinary remedies as Eczema It has been pronounced incurable by some physicians Paracamph js guar anteed skin of all traces of fpurweeksifdont PRATHERS CREEK Your correspondent listened to a v interesting sermon Sunday by Rev H P Hatchett at Be Grove Mrs Sallie Kimberlin and son Will visited friends inBoyle county Satur day and Sunday Mrs Henry Coyle of Springfield is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs Lucy Young Dick Wilkerson arid family were th pleasant guests of W H Holderman SundayPrentice Mays bought last court day in Springfield one harness mare for 70 Leslie Coyle sold one threeyearold mule to Levie Kimberlin of Boyle r county for 00 W T Kimberlin had a cow give birth to two fine male calves iscomplimentin the coa tinued story The Wings of the Mora ing knoclledG quietffarmworkFrom the prospect now we will have an abundance of grass in one more month Clover meadows are making rapid progress and bid fair to make a big yield this season BornTo the wife of Geo Young on April 1st a girl Dont forget the date and place of the community telephone meeting afc Texas April 8 at 1 oclock birthd second birthday of his father 100 Reward To any one proving that the testi monials on Pairacamph now running In Wlettersfrom parties who have used that wod derful remedy The Paracamph Cop NORTH PLEASANT GROVE A majority pf the people hereabout gardeningOur school closed last Friday with a treatwassad faces Professor Cheatham ham taught two sessions hereand the chll dren have all learned to love him May our next school be as good as our last two is the wish of the Writer READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1901 MoDearder Halls Great Discoveryfor kid ney and bladder troubles and can sufferingRespectfullyed HESPENech A Texas Wonder Wonderkidney and bladder troubles removes grave cures lame backs theuaiati Tseregulates bladder trouble in chiIdreit If not sold by your druggit it will sent by man Oft receipt of L l treatsitand PdIt testimonial Sold by an druggist 1 I l T ET7 T t IlL 1 7eRdCross Drug Store f OUI IDEA OF i Iw t A MODERN DRUG STORE fi It has taken centuries of business to prove one of the simplest things about business qJ The simple thing is that a storekeeper should put the ff interests of his customers before his own Many have claimed to do this but to really do it is the w rare thing Rarer still is the knowledge that when this is done the business is surest to thrive We hold this belief firmly We believe that the busi ness which grows steadily is usually the one which most deserves to grow We think further that of all lines of business the druggists should be the most in harmony with this prin ciple because the sale of drugs has to do with the health publicr TilE APPLICATIONi t OF THE PINCIPLE A druggist should give his customers the highest quality- of goods and the most careful conscientious service I He should do it whether or not the customer demands it He should do it because there should be principle in 43 business and because principle pays li iJt We say this not in any selfrighteous sense but simply Because it is an important truth that may make clearer t r T what is to follow J We believe in principle in business not only because J c1 of the principle but because it paysit pays both of us All people wish to buy where they can buy best esp e= cially when drugs are wanted We are sure that wewouldJ secure the trade of every person who reads this if that r person were sure that we would give such service as he would give were our positions reversed This is the service we try to give V t 1 1 Wells oeoeoeoeoeoeoe eoeoeoeoeoee e THE FIRST I Bank Io 7 3 qF J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY r e n CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided 5 0 Profits 25000 l OFFICERS IJ B Iu Liteey President n John W Lewis VicePresident A CiIcElroy Cashier e 0 L R Cain Asst Cashier B R Foster Bookkeeper e DIRECTORS e BL Litsey J W Lewis n D 0 Jno O PoUnn5 We grant every favor consistent 0with safe banking If you have e inot already an account with this H n bank we invite your patronage Oenenenenenenenenenenene News Notes Some one exchanged overcoats at Robertson Searcys grocery last court day Please return the coat and you will find yours there BORROWED The man who borrowed Jarboe Campbells tarpaulin will please return it IMrs Sue Knott Springfield has for sale two good milk cows also fifty r shocks of good fodder- STRAYEDJanuaryl i5a red muley heifer weighs about 600 pounds In j formation will be appreciated Bloom Rev W M Bruce of Louisville will j preach at the Baptist church next Sun day morning and evening Rev Williams being in St Louis on a visit to relatives Mr Bruce is one of the most prominent rescue mission men in the United States He will preach at the court house Sunday afternoon at 3- oclock to men only N Mr G C Carpenter has bought the l butcher shop of J N Kelly and will in the future occupythe room formerly occupied by Mr Kelly IIBORNOnAPril 4 to the wife of W P Kelly Jr girL I Mr George A Benedict of the Val ley Hill was in town Mon day and reports that he is about through planting forty acres of corn and a good deal of his first planting is coming up nicely A game of baseball between mixed nine of Springfield boys and the Novices nine of St Rose was played yester day on the St Rose baseball Diamonds resulting in a score of 10 to 2 in favor of the later An interesting news letter was re ceived too late for publication in this issue of The Sun The latest novelty in the way of a vehicle in Springfield made its appearance on pur streets this evening in the form of a goat and cart driven by Master Donald Campbell who received it as a present from Mr Logan Bosly of Lebanon Donald is a safe driver- so long as the goat is good His vehicle is not of the rubbertire class but the young ladies of the town are invited to take a ride just the same and all boys are warned that the goat will stand for no buttin in I Fiscal Court TFiscal Court is in session here this week having met on Tuesday but owing to the absence of two or three members of the court an adjournment was necessary until today However every district is now represented and the magistrates are now busilyengaged looking after the business of the county Court will probably be in session for two or three days SHARPSVILLE W E Brown sold to Silas Armstrong an eightyearold work horse for 100 Morton bought a house and lot in Sharpsville from Gabe Keightley for 550 is suffering a severe attack of neuralgia also from a wound received while in the Miss Rose Adams will begin a two months school on the of this month at Mount Freedom schoolhouse George Reed delivered a nice talk at Mrs Jane Bowens Saturday night on a passage or scripture found in the fif teenth chapter of the Acts of the Apostles Quite number of youngsters were resent and all the talk W E Brown lost a nice twoyearold horse supposed to have dropped dead while running as there was no sign of struggling where it lay WL Graham and family visited his father at Sharpsville Sunday- A few more warm days and the click of the corn planter will be heard But who can tell how many days March borrowed from April I tL s LARE INTERESTED lA drug store isa public necessity the better store it is the more valuable it is to the community We wish to make ours a drug stottwhich shall meet in every respect the requirements of this locality and to da that requires some measure of cooperation A thoroughly modern drug store isin many was a public institution you have a direct interest in it and we shallalways welcome any suggestions for the betterment of the already excellent service of this store We think it often happens that the relations of mer chant and his patrons are not intimate enough Stores especially drug stores are run for the people and the people by appreciation or suggestion can exert a valuable influence on the store that serves them SOME PROBLEMS OF THE MODERN DRUGGIST THe druggist is both a merchant and a professional man The better he is of both the better for his cus tpjnpirs He has stock of goods to handle which is in h jlw respects peculiar He must give service which demands the exercise of knowledge judgment and cau t r tint l He must prptect the interests of his customers in hun dreds of instances where they can not do it for them selvesFTherein lies the need of the principle we mentioned in the beginningthe need of placing the customers inter ests first at all times We make an earnest effort to do that to do it in the buyingof the very finest drugs in the proper care of them in the accurate scientific dispensing of themiWe do ause we are certain that it pays I 1 to G e News jMr J C Clements id in Louisville thisweek +Miss Lillie Colvin of Bardstown is here the guest of her sister Mrs Dudley Tapp i +Mrs J M Bevil who haSbeen visiting Mrs RI H Edelen of Bardstown has returnedto the home of her daughter Mrs Lum Abell fMr J 1 Wimsatt returned home la tnight from a business trip in the- E t rMiss Zula Nally is spending this week in Louisville Mrs Thomas H Logsdon of St Marys will arrive this week to be the guest of her sister Mrs R W Wathen MrsJB McAtee of Lebanon was visiting Mrs Mary T Hagan last week Miss Virginia Wathen has been quite ill for the past week but she is now able to be at schoolagain Mrs Geo Edelen was here last week visiting here sister Mrs Mattie Sansbury Misses Ella and Emma Adams returned last night from a visit to friends and relatives in Louisville Mrs J R Durrett and Mrs Sallie Tyler of Bloomfield visited Mrs Dur rett of near town last week Miss Sarah Selecman Litsey of Lebanon is here visiting her grand parents Judge and Mrs Litse Y Misses Lavenia OConnor and Davis VanArsdale of Litsey who have been guests at the home of Mr H M Noe have returned home Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlisle Lit sey of Lebanon left last Thursday mornijig for a trip through the South They ill Visit a number of interesting points in Cuba and will be gone about three weeks =Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown arrived here Saturday to visit her sis ter Mrs Willitt for a few days She wa3 accompanied by her son Mr Dick Edelen who returned home Sunday Mr and Mrs John L Offutt of r brooke Mrs J H McClure is visiting her sister Mrs Will McClure of High Grove Judge 1 H Thurman is in Camp bellsville this week Rev P F Hennesy has returned home after a visit to his father in Md Mr Arthur Blanford of Lebanon Junction visited his aunt Mrs Nannie Simms Monday Hon C C McGhord is Louisville this week Mrs John Brown of Lebanon attended the funeral of Dr Allen At Pleasant Grove yesterday Mrs J C Hoskins of Campbells ville is here visiting her sister Mrs Charley McWhorter Mr John Bailey of the Texas neighborhood was in town today Mr Bailey has been in poor healthfor some weeks bui is now improving IMr Evan Hagan and Miss Florence Hamilton were in Lebanon Sunday Misses Sadie Mayes and Fannie Smithare visiting friends in Louisville Mrs T D Vells will entertain a few young people this evening in honor of her guest Miss Lois Gowdy of George Robertson and Miss Jennie McCabe were in Lebanon Sunday J J McCabe and C A Thompson are in Louisville Esquire James Mudd was in Louisville Tuesday Frank Wall of Louisville was here Monday on business Mrs W C Price is quite illof pneumonia Mr WK Marks and wife spent Sunday atWoodlawn Dr arid Mrs M W Hyatt spent Sunday at WHlisburg Mrs J L Searcy is visiting relatives at Willisburg A large crowd from here were in Louisville yesterday to see the Presi dent Mrs W F Trusty Who has been quite ill at the home of her mother a- New t Hope is now in Dr McChords t St r J v WE WISH TO We hope to remain in business here for many yearS VIe want them to be years of increasing business and widening frien We want y We want in order for you we you have to test the matter f This is a personal request to make such a test If you are already a customer we ask you to notice the kind of goods and service you get If you are not a customer kindly become at least a temporary one 1 Be as critical as you like we do not expect you to stay unless you believe it is to your interest to do so H- As to prices they are aure to be right you can always trust the prices of the store that insists on giving rpu quality t V LET US FILL i t YOUR What we have said here should make it clear that jthis r2 is a store in which you are certain of the best prescription service Our drugs are the finest obtainable our prescription department is equipped with everything ever required for the scientific dispensing of medicines ourwork is marked by the accuracy that comes of suitable training and ample experience 1 You can bring prescriptions to us knowing your p ysi- ci n will be pleased and with assurance that the finished comppund will be perfect in every way tft f t + + iT The Red Cross DrugstoreSuccessors Wood Dr Price W Wells OwnerJ National CampbellRB Local fieldpikeLAURAWHEATLEY i a neighborhood a a a a Ineaeneneneneneneoeneneoenee Dtt0G0Personal 1olnenenenen theiparents Baltimore Campbellsville IUILDs ghipJ Jft PRESCRIPTIONS possibleJ hospital at Lebanon where an opera tion was performed She is reported much improved Mrs J F Pettus left Sunday night for Hendersonville N C where she will spend six weeks DrW F Trusty was in Lebanon yesterday Rev W H Williamsleft yesterday morning for a few days visit to rela tives in St Louis Mr W L Smith of Louisville spent Sunday here they guest of rela andfriendsDr Rodman of Louisville visited at the home of Judge Thurman last week Mrs Rucher Brent of Fredericks town spent Saturdaywith her sister Mrs J W Riedel Mr George Wharton and Miss Bet tie Irvine were in Lebanon Saturday Mr W A ONan who has beau to Martinsvil Ind for rheumatism is at home much benefited Charabcrlaias Coug h Remedy the lest a4 Most Pof lar Mothers buy it for croupy children railroad men buy it for severe coughg and elderly people it for say Moore Bros Eldon Iowa We sell more of Chamberlains Cough Remedy than any other kind It seems to have taken the lead over several other guestiobutbe procured for coughs and cow ea child or an adult that is afflicted It always cures and curs quickly Sold by C J Haydon Cerebrospinal meningitis has almost reached the of an epidemic in Germany SHOESH SHIRTS GLOiVES Three Essentials tb Stylish Dressing jj f All ofl the latest styles in these lines can be found at W T Leachmans Gents Furnishing Store The Cortnejf Shoe The Lion Negllga and Dress Shirts and the H and P Gloves are the best brands Wear them they will make you look well Everything New j I Fancy Vests Latest things in Hosiery Upto date line of Shoes Summer Undenvjear all prices all styles A nice line of hats In fact everything Man Needs Everything Mir Wairtsf W T LEACHMJyp Springfield Ky 11 J t i I1- i j i3it IV jtiiiZi zI + +i +i+ + + + + + + + 1z 4 4 f f W W J ll of the Seasons Approved Stylesl reapthe1t R G 4 Is One of the on 6 a fact which of ladies In county testify Embroider- 4f 4 A www 18 18 8 t Sparrow t H J LITTLE BIRDS WITH BIG EYES l II THE SPARROW I have been in England since reporting my last news to The Sun having been called there by the serious illness ofan uncle who made his in King Edwards garden My died His disease was a rifle in the lands of the Kings grandson I saw King Edward Hes heavy sawedoff and looks nothing out of the ordinary He cut his finger one day while a lead pencil and to my utter surprise his blood was not blue I expected his blood to be as blue as Indigo and I am astonished at England having a redblooded King My aunt told me that the Kings blood turned red while he was in the United the result of having bet on a horse race The doctors say his blood will again turn blue and that England will be saved the disgrace of having a redblooded King The people of England havent yet recovered from the Revolutionary War They dont like George Washington and shudder when his name is men tioned The Rothchilds are stuck on Teddy but would rather see Grover Cleveland President than anybody London has improved very little and the people are becoming apprehensive They are afraid that Louisville Ky Tfrfll some day belarger 000- I saw a colored bpy do a very foolish thing down at Mooresville Saturday af ternoon He twisted a mules tail be caus the animal balked The mule kickedand it took a barrel of whisky and a quart of water to restore him to life 000 Over at Maud the day Dr J N Shehaa threw a brickbat at an old hen and some chickens which barely De I was also in the garden 000 The English Sparrow AntiRifle Club will meet at Willifiburg some time i gointheg Gibbtodr Root Mcllvoy to ss e J I Low Prices On Clothing t H irt Schafiner Marx Mels Fine Clothing Men who wear clothing find it stylish durable and per fectfitting The Perfec tion Clothing for boys manufactured by HASeins heimer Co is the very best Besides its excellent wearing qualities it is stylish We are prepared to quote exceptionally low prices on all clothingI1 The Corset best tHe market + to hundreds Washington will Great variety of ies and Laces 81 81 The And The Owl OPEN EARS home uncle sharpen States other missed this AND meeting 400 Its against the law to shoot English Sparrows in England England is trying to colonize her Sparrows in theI United Statesthehomeof Geo Wash ington 00 0 SPARROW MAXIMS Truthwould never be crushed to earth if hell were not on wheels A fool does not know that he is a fool if he did he would not be a fool Some rich people are paupers in as much as they have rio brains It is a task to cover up your footprints when you walk through mud THE OWL iMy reason for not reporting the past two or three weeks is that my nervous system received such a shock while on duty at a certain place in this county that I was compelled to put myself under the care of a physician Conse quently I have been in New York for several weeks under treatment I was sitting on a dead limb of a white oak tree in a graveyard The moon had just risen and a ghostlylike appear ance came over everything the breezes in the tree tops were moaning like wounded hounds and the old world seemed to be breathing contagion I got frightened not at any one thing in particular and had fixed my wings to fly away when I heard a voice saying I would like to bury that owl tdnight wouldnt you Pete Ill bet he is look ing at us right now This froze was speechless terrorstricken in sense of the word My feathers turned white in a second Bury me It was an awful thjng to think about r crawled up beneath a a big bunch of Theylfellow who limped as he walked went over to a lonely part of the cemerery just a few steps behind ine and began thne tall man picked up a womans handker Then he said now Pete heres 50 F Wall Paper Carpets and Mailings 1000 rolls of wall paper in all the new combinations from U 3cand up Dont buy until you see our large line + + We have the largest assortment of Carpets ever shown in Springfield consisting of Axminsters Velvets Brussels Ingrains and Granites Handsome line mat tings Hnoliums oil cloths rugs etc Fine Shoes have the exclusive sale of Douglas Kneelend IVe for men KrippendorfDittman Co for women E Shoes for boys arid RTJVobd Cos for children These lines are unexcelled for style wear and workmansihp We cordially invite you to call into see us before making your Spring purchase We can interest you + + + + + + + + + + + + + cents and you must never tell that you came with me to this place for if you did she would break the engagement You see my coming here at the dead hour of night after this little handker chief will convince her that I am not afraid of ghosts as is reported through the neighborhood She told me she despised a coward especially one who was afraid of spookes and this is a way she had of testing my nerve I will de liver this handkerchief to her tonight Dont tell that you came with me O0100 Last Saturday night I heard a girl say that the young men of Washington county would not talk so much about girls of today not knowing how to keep house if they would furnish a few more Chouses kheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved The excruciating pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are quickly relieved by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm The great pain relieving power of the liniment has been the and delight of thousands of times its cost For sale by C J Hay don Feeding fiJi Cattle Kentucky Standard Mr Henry Watson of Trappist Ky is engaged in feeding and slopping two hundred head of very fine cattle for Mr J B Dant at Gethsemane Mr Watson has been engaged in the busi ness for many years and is one of the most successful cattle feeders in the County He can make them take on weight If anyone can and the bunch he is now attending to proves this fact Wesley Blevins of Rothwell Menifee county was fired upon from ambush in Breathitt county and will die UITE JHE GUARANTEED THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- T LOUIS MO For Sale by C J Haydon Springfield + T + + + 0 + + + + + + + To Be a Candidate For President Pro Tern of the State Senate Frankfort Ky March 28Informa tion received here from Nelson county is that Hon Ben Johnson nominee for the State Senate from the Nelson dis trict is to be a candidate before the Senate for the office of President pro tern of that body at the session of 1906 Mr Johnson has written several close friends apprising them of his de cision This office is now held by Senator JEmbry Allen of Lexington who suc vor of Mr Johnson or anyone else There will be still another candidate for the honor rfull of Tragic Meaning are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which h- ewritesr had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr ings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures all throat andlung diseases prevents gripand pneumonia At C J Haydon druggist guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Dont Blame the Hogs i Lebanon Enterprise W H Hays Deputy Revenue Collector has seized twentysix good hogs that he found feeding on slop made by two illicit distilleries which he captured and destroyed last week Twelve of the hogs were seized Saturday and the remaining fourteen were taken Sunday The hogs were driven from Balltown law The operators of the stills fled before they were captured No one has shown up to claim the hogs The hogs were fed in a deep ravine where the slop was conveyed to them through a wooden trough Mrs Nancy C Chandler of Mays ville Ky cHoked to death while eating dinner f comp tee tOe F Dress Goods prettiest patterns ever shown in Springfield h ohairs Shepherd Plaids and Novelties Trimmings to match i1In all the new and attrac tive patterns and Weaves i White 4f Mercerized Checks Mercerized Plaids Mercerized Novelties T Come in and see the pretty goods in every Bargains for Buyers + iI Ky I its painwhich S- Cream Vermifuge WORM REMEDY HONNBEN JOHNSON AnIders BardsItown IThe WashGoods Goods department department Cunningham Duncan Springfield + + + + + + + + + + + + Marion Notes Lebanon Enterprise The residence of Mr Sam Cooper who lives in the New Market district was completely destroyed by fire Tuesday mornirif March 28 The firebroke out about 930 oclock The Greensburg Oil Company has sold to a Chicago syndicate fifteen oil producing wells in Cumberland county together with 2500 acres of land for 400000 The deal is the largest ever made in this section of the State and it is believed that the syndicate acted for the Standard Oil Company The saloon of J H Kearns was broken into lust Saturday night by some breakingsmall quantity of silver all that had been left in the register was taken Nothing else apparently was touched Annie thewife of James A Matting ly died at the home of her husband near Calvary Wednesday March 29 1905 after a lingering illness of conisumption For a Weak Digestion INo medicine can replace food but Stomach and Liver Tabi = ets will help you to digest you food It is not the quantity of food taken that gives strenght andVigor to the system but the amount digested and assimilated If troubled with a weak digestion donti fail to give those Tablets a trial use byCDestructive forest fires are raging in the southern part of Bath county The antitrust bill supposed to be passedbothture RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS ACITDB CUREFoa OLD SORES CORNS tJH GALLS 11UISES CONTRACT nETIUJtHSAN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pIG motes a free circulation of the Bleed giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W B Bailey P O True Texas writesMy- wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard s Snow Liniment which effected complete cure Ihave also used it for old sores frost bites and skis eruptions It does the work BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c 50c and 100 MALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO- I ST LOUIS U S A SOLO AND RECOMMENDED 1Y C J HAYDON r Sprjnsf lda Ky t Sl s f 1 S or1I F ttlkj M By LOUIS i j ti iiorning copyright TRACY 193 ty i Edward j Clode r r t Q Tt 1fiQj 1f J rf i1 CHAPTER V e to find the sun high In HraWOk Iris was prepar a fine fire as cheerfully and the presiding goddess had so altered her appearanCe that the sailor surveyed her with astonishment He noiselessly assumed a sitting posture tucked his feet beneath him and Winked The girls face was not visible from where he sat and for a few seconds he thought he must surely be dreaming She was attired In a neat navy blue dress and smart blouse Her white canvas shoes were replaced by strong leather boots She was quite spick and span this island Hebe So soundly had he slept that his senses returned but slowly At last lie guessed what had happened She had risen with the dawn and conquer Ing her natural feeling of repulsion selected from the store he accumulated yesterday some more suitable garments than those In which she escaped from the wreck He quietly took stock of his own tattered condition and passed a re flective hand over the stubble on his chin Ina few days his face would resemble a scrubbing brush In that mournful moment he would have ex changed even his pipe and tobacco borI worth untold gold for shaving tackK Who can say why his thoughts took such trend 1 Twentyfour hours can effect great changes In the human mind If controlling influences are active Then came a sharp revulsion of feelI ing His name was Roberta menial I He reached for his boots and Iris c heard him I Good morning r she cried smiling sweetly I thought you would nevertawake I suppose you were very tired Please wash quickly The eggs will be hard Eggs Yes I made a collection among the trees I tasted one of a lot that looked good It was first rate He had not the moral courage to begin the day with a rebuke She wasI irrepressible but she really must not do these things He smothered a sigh in the improvised basin which was placed ready for him Miss Deane had prepared a capital meal Of course the ham and biscuits still bulked large in the bill of fare but there were boiled eggs fried ba nanas and an elderly cocoanut These things supplemented by clear cold wa ter were not so bad for a couple of castaways hundreds of miles from everywhereFor of him the man coutlJ not refrain from displaying the con versa tlonal art In which he exceliedI Their talk dealt with Italy dla He spoke with the ease of culture and enthusiasm Once he slipped Into anecdote apropos of the helplessness of British soldiers In any matter outside the scope of the kings regulations I remember he said seeing a cav alry subaltern and the members of an escort sitting half starved on a number of bags piled up In the Suakln deSertJ And what do you think were In Ute bags I dont know said Iris keenly alert for deductions Biscuits They thought the bags contained patent fodder until I enlight ened them It was on the tip of her tongue to pouace on him with the comment Then you have been an officer in the army But she forbore She had guessed this earlier Yet the mischie j vows light in her eyes defied control He was warned in time and pulled himself up short You read my face like a book she cried No printed page was ever so legi ble Now Miss Deane we have gos siped too long I am a laggard this morning but before starting work I have a few serious remarks to make i More digs she Inquired saucily I repudiate digs In the first place yon must not make any more experi ments in the matter of food The eggs were a wonderful effort but flattered by success you may poison yourself Secondly You must never pass out of my sight without carrying a revolver not so much for defense but as a signal Did you take one when you went birds nesting YhyTJ There was a troubled look In his eyes when he answered It Is best to tell you at once that before help reaches us we be visited by cruel and bloodtlllraty say ages I Would not even mention this if It were a remote contingency As matters stand you ought to know that such a thing may happen Let us trust In Gods goodness that assist ance may come soon The Island has seemingly been deserted for many months and therein lies our best chance of escape But I am obliged to warn you lest you should be taken unawares Iris was serious enough now How do you know that such dan ger threatens us she demanded He countered readily Because I iKPPfinJo hare read a good dull sfegut the China sea and Its frequenters he said I am the last man In the orhiI to alarm you needlessly All I mean to convey Is that certain precautions should be taken against a risk that is possible not probable No more She could not repress a shudder The sailor wanted to tell her that he would defend her against a host of savages If he were endowed with many lives but he was perforce tongued tiedHe even reviled himself for having spoken but she saw the anguish in his face and her womans heart acknowledged him as her protector her shield Mr Jenks she said simply we are in Gods hands I put my trust In him and in you I am hopeful nay more confident I thank you for what you lines done for all that you will do If you cannot preserve me from threatening perils no man could for you areas brave and gallant a gentleman as lives on the earth today Now the strange feature of this extraordinary and unexpected outburst- of pent up emotion was that the girl pronounced his name with the slightly emphasized accentuation of one who knew It to be a mere dlsgujse The man was so taken aback by her declaration of faith that the minor tad dent though It did not escape him was smothered in a tumult of feeling He could not trust himself to speak He rose hastily and seized the ax to deliver a murderous assault upon a sago palm that stood close at hand Iris was the first to recover a degree of self possession For a moment she bared her soul Wtthreaction came a sensitive shrinking Her deli ate nature disapproved these sentimental displays She wanted to box her own ears With Innate tact she took a keen In- erest in the telling of the tree What do you want it for she inquired when the sturdy trunk creaked and fell Jenks felt better now This is a change of diet he explained No we dont boil the leaves or nibble the bark When I split thisC open you will find that the terior is full of pith I will cut It outI for you and then it will be your taskt to knead It with water after well wash Ing it pick out all the fiber and finally permit the water to evaporate InJcouple of days the residuum will De come a white powder which when boiled is sao Good gracious said Iris The story sounds unconvincing but I believe I am correct It Is worth a trial I should have imagined that lgoE grew on a stalk like rice or wheat Or Topsy She laughed A difficult situation passed without undue effort Un happily the man reopened it While using a crowbar as a wSIke he en deavored to put matters onSw straight forward IIseemedBut Miss Deanes confidential mood had gone Nothing of the kind she said coldly I think Jenks Is an ex cellent name She regretted the words even as theyj fell from her lips The sailor gave a mighty wrench with the bar splitting the log to its clustering leaves You are rlghthe said It Is distinctive brief dogmatic I cling to ItJ passionately Soon afterward leaving Iris to the manufacture of sago he went to the leeward side of the island a search for turtles being his ostensible object When the trees hid him he quickened his pace and turned to the left in or der to explore the cavity marked on the tin with a skull and crossbones To his surprise he lilt upon the remnants of a roadway that Isa line through the wood where there were no oo ooQoaoopOQ JOHN Y MA YES Funeral Director And Licenseii Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets andBurial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Q ooQoooooOOOQ BLAKEsInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company In the world Your insurance solicited r iit il well grown trees Where the ground bore traces of humanity In the shape of a wrinkled and mildewed pair of Chinese boots a wooden sandal even the decayed remains of a palkl or lit ter At last he reached the edge of the pit and the sight that met his eyes held him spellbound The labor of many hands had torn a thehilla diameter of perhaps a hundred feet and at Its deepest part toward the cliff it ran to a depth of forty feet On the lower side where the sailor stood it descended rapidly for some fifteen feet- Grasses shrubs plants of every va riety grew in profusion down the steep slopes whenever seeds could find precarious nurture until a point was reached about ten or eleven feet from the bottom There all vegetation ceased as if forbidden to cross a magic circleBelow this belt the place was a charnel house The bones of men and animals mingled In weird confusion Most were J J The place was a charnel house mere skeletons A few bodiesnine- the sailor countedyet preserved some resemblance of humanity These lat ter were scattered among the older rel4 They wore the clothes of Dyaks Characteristic hats and weapons denoted their nationality The others first harvest of this modern Gol gotha might have been Chinese coolies When the sailors fascinated y14 slon could register details he distin guished yokes baskets odd looking spades and picks strewn amid the bones The animals were all of one type small Jankwith long pointed skulls At last he spied a withered hoot They were pigs Over all lay a thick coating of fine sand deposited from the eddying winds that could never reach the silent depths The place was grewsome horribly depressing Jenks broke out Into a clammy perspiration He seemed to be looking at the secrets of the grave At last his superior Intelligence asserted Itself His brain became clearer recovered its power of analysis He began to criticise reflect and this is the theory he evolved Some one long ago had discovered valuable minerals In the volcanic rock Mining operations were in full blast when the extinct volcano took Its revenge upon the human ants gnawing its vital and smothered them by a deadly outpouring of carbonic acid gas the bottled up poison of the ages A horde of pigs running wild over the Island placed there no doubt by Chinese fishershad met the same fate while latent on dreadful orgy Then there came a European who knew how the anhydrate gas being heavier than the surrounding air settled like water in that terrible hollow He too had striven to wrest the treas ure from the stone by driving a tunnel Into the cliff He had partly succeeded and had gone away perhaps to obtain help after crudely registering his knowledge on the lid of a tin canister This again probably fell into the hands of smother man who curious but unconvinced caused himself to be set ashore on this desolate spot with a few Inadequate stores Possibly he had arranged to be taken off within a fixed time But a sampan laden with Dyak pirates came first and the intrepid explorers bones rested near the well while his head had gone to decorate the hut of some fierce village chief The murderers after burying their own dead for the white man fought hard witness the empty cartridges searched the island Some of them ignorantly Inquisitive descended into the hollow They remained there The others superstitious barbarians fled for their lives embarking so hastily that they took from the cave neither tools nor oil they would greatly prize thesejarticles SUG h was tragic web he spun a compound of fact and fancy It ex plainpd all perplexities save one What did 32 divided by 1 mean Was there yet another fearsome riddle awaiting solution And then his thoughts flew to Iris Happen what might her bright picture was seldom absent from his brain Suppose egg hunting she had stum bled across this valley of death How could he hope to keep it hidden from her Was not the ghastly knowledge better than the horror of a chance ram ble through the wood and the shock of i discoverynay Indeed the risk of a1 catastropheHe back through the trees Until he caught sight of Iris industriously kneading the sago pith in one of those most useful dish covers He called to her led her wondering to the track and polutea out the fata- lquarrbut in such wise that she could not look inside it You remember that round hole we saw from the summit rock he said Well it is full of carbonic acid gas to breathe which means unconsciousness and death It gives no warning to the inexperienced It is rather pleasant than otherwise Promise me you will never come near this place again Now Iris too had been thinking deeply Robert Jenks bulked large In her day dreams Her nerves were not yet quite normal There was a catch In her throat as she answered iIHIthis Is Yet it might be a paradise She bit her lip to suppress her tears but being the Eve in tbis garden she continued How did you find out Is there anything nasty In there Yes the remains of animals and other things I would not have told you were it not Imperative Are you keeping other secrets from mer Oh quite a number He managed to conjure up a smile appliedh hope they will not be revealed so dramatically she said You never can tell he answered They were In prophetic vein that morning They returned In silence to the cave I wish to go inside with a lamp May It he asked May I come too she demanded He assented with an explanation of his design When the lamp was In or der he held It close to the wall and conducted a systematic survey The geological fault which favored the con struction of the tunnel seemed to diverge to the left at the farther end ffhe face of the rock exhibited the lJnarks of persistent labor The stone had been hewn away by main force when the dislocation of strata ceased to 8His on the subject yet Jenks believed theft the material here was a hard limestone rather than the external basalt Searching each inch with the feeble light he paused once with an exclamation What Is it cried Iris I cannot be certain he sald doubt fully Would you mind holding the lamp while I use a crowbar In the stone was visible a thin vein bluish white in color He managed to break off a four sized lump containing a well defined specimen of the foreign metalThey hurried Into the open air and examined the fragment with curious eyes The sailor picked it with his knife and the substance in the vein came off in laminated layers small brittle scales Is it sliver Iris was almost ex cited I do not think so I am no expert but I have a vague IdeaI have seen He wrinkled his brows and pressed away the furrows with his hand that physical habit of his when perplexed- I have It he cried It is anti mony Miss Deane pursed her lips In dis daln Antimony What was and mony j So much fuss for nothing she said It Is Used In alloys and medicines he explained To us it is useless He threw the piece of rock contemp tuously among the bushes But being thorough in all that lie undertook he returned to the cave and again conducted an inquisition The silver hued vein became more strongly mark ed at the point where it disappeared downward into a collection of rubble and sand That was all Did men give their toll their lives for this So it would appear Be that as it might he had more pressing work It the cave still held a secret it must remain there Iris lied gone back to her sago knead ing Shouldering theax he walked to the beach Much debris from the steam er was lying high and dry It was an easy task for an athletic man to reach the palm tree yet the sailor hesitated with almost imperceptible qualms A baited rat trap he muttered Then he quickened his pace With the first active spring from rock to rock his unacknowledged doubts vanished He might find stores of priceless util ity The reflection inspired hfln Jumping and climbing like a cat in two minutes he Was near the tree He could now see the true explana tion of its growth in a seemingly Im possible place Here the bed of the sea bulged upward In a small sand cay which silted round the base of a limestone rock so different In color and formation from the coral reef Na ture whose engineering contrivances can force springs to mountain tops managed to deliver to this Isolated refuge a sufficient supply of water to firmlylodgedtected from the waves Between the sailor and the tree In tervened a small stretch of shallow wa ter Landward this submerged saddle shelved stcpply Into the lagoon Al though the water In the cove was twen ty fathoms in depth its crystal clear ness was remarkable The bottom composed of marvelously white sand and broken coral rendered o tier objects conspicuous He could see plenty of fish but not a single shirk while on the inner slope of the reef was plainly visible the destroyed fore part of the Sirdar which had struck be yond the tree relatively to his present standpoint He had wondered why no boats were cast ashore Now he saw OOooonoOOObOOOOO G O OQQQQ I Voting Contest I a a Tell The Sun Vote r 0ao WHO a a Q aIs the Most Popular Young Lady in Washington County 0 t a WHO t IIs the Most Popular Farmer Washington County 0WHonIs the Most Popular School Teacher in Washington County f The PrizesCE0 aTO THE YOUNG LADY receiving the largest number of votes The Sun will giveeither handsome Dressing Table ora Gold Watch s TO THE FARMER receiving the largest number of votes The Sun will give an Oliver Chilled Plow No 20 Either right or left hand TO THE SCHOOL TEACHER receiving the largest number of 0 votes The Sun will give either a Webster Dictionarythe tma abridged latest printor a ladys handsome Writing Desk 0 a COND1TIONSsta Every 1 paid on subscription entitles you i to fifty votes for each contestant Coupons clipped from The Sun each week entitle you to one vote for each of the contestants fa0 l 0 0 COUPONII cast votes fort lady Icastvotes for 4 farmer 0 a I cast votes for teacher a 0 a R member this coupon is good for one vote for each contest ant Clip it out and send it In every w- eekSPRINGFIELD 0 a SUN iSpringfield Ky a uu uuvuuuuu the reason Three of them were still fastened to the davits and carried down with the hull Seaward the water was not so dear The naves created patches of foam and long submarine plants swayed gen tly in the undercurrent- To reach Palm Tree rock anticipating its subsequent namehe must cross a space of some thirty feet and wade up to his waist He made the passage with ease Pitched against the bole of the tree was a long narrow case very heavy Iron clamped and marked with letters In black triangles and the broad arrow of tire British government tRifles by all the gods shouted the Sirdar carried a consignment of arms and ammunition from Hongkong- to Singapore Providence had decreed that a practically inexhaustible store of cartridges should be hurled across the lagoon to the island And here were rifles enough to equip half a company He would not risk the precious ax in an attempt to open the case He must go back for a crowbar What else was there In this storehouse thrust by Neptune from the ocean bed A chest of tea seemingly undamaged three barrels of flour ut terly ruined a saloon chair smashed from Its pivot a battered chronometer For the rest fragments of Umber intermingled Wlth pulverized coral and broken crockery A little farther on the deep water entrance to the lagoon curved between sunken rocks On one of them rested the Sirdars huge tunnel The north west section of the reef was bare Among the wreckage he found a coil of stout rope and a pulley He instantly conceived the Idea of constructing an aerial line to ferry the chest of tea across the channel he had forded He threaded the pulley with the rope and climbed the tree adding a touch of artistic completeness to the ruin of his trousers by the operation He had fastened the pulley high up the trunk before he realized how much more sim pie It would be to break open the chest where It lay and transport Its contents In eel am becoming addle heudedhe said to himself Anyhow now the Job Is done I may as well make use of It Recoiling the rope ends he cast them across to the reef In such small ways do men throw invisible dice with death With those two lines he would within a few fleeting seconds drag himself back from eternity Picking up the ax he carelessly stepped Into the water not knowing that Iris having welded the Incipient sago Into a flat pancake had strolled to the beach and was watching him The water was hardly above his knees when there came a swirling rush from the seaweed A long tentacle shot out like a lasso and gripped his right leg Another coiled around his waist My Godl he gurgled as a horrid CONTINUED ON EIGHTH PAGE u u 1l1l1lfot1oC CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one yearo5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier = Journalexcept Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the weeksix months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SEN- Springfield Ky t ConvulsionFits Epilepsy Dr Miles Restorative Nerv ine has been so successful in curing these brainwrecking diseases that there is every reason to believe that even the most hopeless cases can be benefited if not fully restored We will be pleased to refer any one thus afflicted to many who now enjoy the bossing of health after years of hopeless sufferingI son that had brain fever when two years old followed by tits of pronouncedIncurablefor him without relief After about fifteen years be became so bad that we sent him to LonsclifC hospital for the Insane at Loransport Ind Be was there three years but he con broughthimcondition He had lost his mind almost entirely He hardly knew one of the family could not even find his bed was a total wreck He had from S to tryDr111Ies chasteforhim ever since and he has had but two very light spells since last August 1903 and was not well other ways We pronounce him cured as an work and go anywhere If any on wishes to ask any questions concerais this they are at do so fe H BtD ELL Lincoln IndYyWPdruggIstfirst bottle will benefit If It fans h will refund your money Miles Medical Cat Elkhart lad c Mambrino Boy Jr 6997 fSireof Volo 211 34 and others and one pacer with a record of 209 AWill make the present season at the Fair Grounds in Springfield at t 1o to insure a living colt You will do well to see this grand old horse before breeding elsewhere The horse will be in charge of p 22SYLVESTER SMITH fENWICK 4 Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton of SaturdayTand Sunday with the family of T P Kelly a Harry Janes of this place is quite sick at present Miss Lena Rogers spent last week with the family of Jim Epperson in Father Hennessy of Springfield SaturdayLucien Whitehouse and Oscar Bottom were in our midst last Saturday night Miss Ethel Rogers resumed her school Monday after a three weeks vacation Joe Smith of Springfield was here- Sunday Lee Riley and wife spent Sunday at the home of Matt Hilton near Pleasant GroveMaggie and Lloyd Thompson of Frederickstown are visiting their grandmother Mrs Dian Smith George Clark has bought a half inter est in the grist mill at this places John Clark passed through here Mon day with a nice bunch of hogs enroute toMackvilleOur will meet atthis place Ap l15fC W Oder bought 50 bushels of oats from Robert Thompson at 50c a bu- T R Begley and family spent Sun day with the family of S C Begley John Kelly was called to Poortown Sunday on business Will Harmon and wife spent Monday Hwith Jim Harmon Born On April 2 to the wife of J E Sutton a girl WIlilSBURG News is scarce this week but we will try and jot down a few itemstThe farmers are very busy preparing i for their crop The prospects for wheat are very flattering We were sorry to hear of the death of Mr Sam Montgomery of near HillsboroMrs J DeWttt who died at Bushel Ky was buried at the Far view cemetery at this place last Satur urday The deceased was a resident of this place for a number of years and had a host of friends in this vicinif ty We extend our sympathy to the bereaved family Mrs Rufus Foster visited at the home of C C Foster a few days last week s Little E Carl Pinkston of Litsey is visiting his grandmother Mrs M A Shirley of this placeIMisses Belle Birch and Nora Cheat ham attended church at Mackville Sun dayMiss MaymeiMerritt is attending the Graded School at Springfield- J M Trent one of our most promi nent merchants was in Louisville last week purchasing summer goods W B Shirley was in Harrodsbu one day last week on business Miss Lula Pinkston was the guest of Miss Myrtle Sutherland Sunday A B Wells and Mrs H Greenwood are on the sick list Born To the wife of Dr Sam Grume a boyITATHAM SPRINGS Garnett Johnson of Dugansville was in our midst Saturday Miss Clara Dean of near Harrods burg began a spring school here Mon day John Hungate of this place visited at Greens Chapel Sunday Jim Keeling and family visited h sister Mrs John Jenkins Saturday and Sunday Uriah Keeling visited here Friday Mrs N C Tatham is visiting her r M SU3E ARKS TIX i CINCIN- NATIBootsShoesRubbers dstLitstWurBtstS- ateMBa EC BOOO5 i sister Mrs Alfred Snider of Antioch this week Mrs Noel of Brooksville is visiting her daughter Mrs Carey of this placeBomTothe wife of Harve Barnett fine boys Miss Emma Wells of this place visit edfriendS at Kirkland Sunday GranyilBrown and Tom Snider Were Springfield Saturday on business Hallas Summers visited here Sunday Miss Verna Wells has returned home after a few days visit to her sister Mrs Ed Yocum of Mooresville William Eedman caught 7 fish in one minute last Saturday t The farmers in this section haveI commenced planting corniMrs Della Carey entertained tIFlinch Saturday evening sEAVtuEt Mrs Parlee Nickols of Tablow and MrsNickols and granddaughter visited MissJane Durr Sunday Mrs Jane Diirr has had something like rheumatism for about three months- I will give the boys a problem If a horse is pied to a stake by a rope forty long on how much surface can the horse graze Mrs Jl L Springate and family viS- ited G F Robinson Sunday JH Sea and family visited L H Sea and family Sunday Mrs Florence Scroghamof Springfield was a visitor to the family of L Sea Sunday William Robinson was in our midst Sunday JL Springate traded a roan mare to James Pinkston for two colts Dif ference Unknown J K Goodlett has an oldfashioned clockwhich he claims is 107 years old It is an eightday fellow and a good piece Monday is County Court at Harrods burg No doubt many will be in at tendanc from this neighborhood President Roosevelt was in Louisville on Tuesday Death of Mrs Minerva Waldridge Mrs Minerva Waldridge of the Fair view neighborhood died Saturday and was buried Monday She leaves six or seven children and a host of friends to mourn her death MAUD Miss Louise Settle entertained the younger members of the Christian En deavor Society Saturday night from 8 until 12 oclock Misuses Hallie Huston and Nellie An were in Bloomfield Saturday aft Katheryne Settle has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives at Bloomfield Miss Zeddie Andrews is visiting at HallrgJ B Yates of Louisville is iris iting here t Dr J Norris Shehan and son Robert were in Springfield Monday William Shehan Sr and little Miss Thelma Lee Shehan were the guests of ChaplinSaturday Mr J Huston and Miss Belle Wake field and E E Wakefield and family spent with Dr Wakefield and family of Bloomfield Mr and Mrs John Offutt passed through here Saturday en route to SpringfieldMrs Crume and son have returned home after a few days visit to Mrs Katie Shewmaker IsMiss Mary Wakefield spent f several days with her uncle MrrWillie Shehan last week Mrs J Flaugher visited the family of T B Flaugher Sunday Mrs Sallie Goatley of Valley Hill was the guest of MrsB F Settle Tuesday Mr and Mrs Lindsey Dodson are re lovelylittle daysiMrs Edith Duncan and rand Mrs G C Andrews visited the family of Z l Ci Andrews Friday Mr and Mrs Frank Tucker spent familyMrstown Friday evening Miss Nellie Andrews Evalyn Royalty and Hallye Huston were the guests of Miss Louise Settle Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Wallace Seay and bright little daughter Anna Lee spent Sun day with Dr Shehan and family W R Brown of CoEducational Col lege Bardstown and H C Roy of IdayMiss Virgie Royalty spent a few days last week with Miss Martha Tucker Little Miss Beatrice Shewmaker is visiting her grandmother Mrs Katie Shewmaker Mr and Mrs G C Andrews were in town Sunday afternoon Will Wakefield spent Saturday and Sunday with his cousin J Huston Wakefieldof this place Misses Fannie and Katherine Dawson spent one day this week with Miss Stella Wakefield The Wings of the Morning sucker closed over ills mouth and nose He was in the grip of a devilfish A deadly sensation of nausea almost overpowered him but the love of life came to his old and he tore the suffo eating feeler Prom his face Then the ax whirled and one of the eight arms of the octopus lost some of its length yet n fourth flung itself around his left ankle A few feet away out of range of tile ax and liftipg itself bodily out of the water was the dread form of the cuttle apparently all head with distended gills and monstrous s The sailors feet were plantedwide apart With frenzied effort he hacked the murderous tentacles but the water hindered him and he VKs forced lean back in superhuman strain to old losing his balance If Once this terrible assailant got him down he knew he was lost The very need to his feet prevented him from attempting to deal a mortal blow The cuttle was anchored by three of its tentacles Its remaining arm darted Its remaining arm darted to again clutch the mans face and neck with sinuous activity to again clutch the mans face or neck With the ax lie smote madly at the curling feeler diverting its aim time and again bIfailing to deliver an effective stroke With agonized prescience the sailor knew that he was yielding Were theI devilfish a giant of its tribe he could not have held out so long As It wasI the creature could afford to waltI strengthening its grasp tightening Its coils pulling nml pjumplng at its prey with remorseless certainty He was pearly j a paroxysm of despair he resolved to give way andI with one mad effoi t seek to bury the ax In the monsters brain But ere he could execute this f itnl project for the cuttle would have stunt1y s him into the trailing needs five revolver shots rang out Inj quick succession Iris had reached the nearest rock The third bullet gave the octopus cause to reflect It squirted forth a torrent of dark col red fluid Instantly the water became ulack opaque The tentacle flourishing inair thrashed the surface with iihpotent fury That around Jenks waist grew taut and rigid The ax flashed with jthe Inspiration of hope Another arm was severed The use dismembered coil slack ened and tell away lYet was he anchored Immovably He to look itt Ihrls She never for got the fleeting expression of his face So might Lazarus have looked from the tombrThe rope she screamed dropping the revolver and seizing the loose ends lying at her feet She drew them tight and leaned back pulling with all ner strength The saIlor flung the ax to the rocks and grasped the two ropes He raised hlm self and plunged Idly He wits free With two convulslyc strides was at the girls side He stumbled to d bowlder and drop ped pi complete collapse Alter a time he felt Iris hand placed timidly on his shoulder He raised his head and saw heireyes shining Thank you he feaid We are quits now TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK tI Commissioners Sale JIGeo P West e EquityEllaBy virtue of a judgement and order of sale of the Washington Cir Februarytermshall proceed to offer for sale at the court door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 24 between the hours of 1 and 2 oclock m it being County Court day to highest and est bidder the follow ng described p pertYr known as theI tol1 ate propert on the Lebanon and Springfield turn Ike and bounded as follows Beginning at stone corner to Mary McElroy lot and a tract of land owned by the Merchants National Bank now T Scott Mayes thence S 29J W 13 poles to the corner thence N 67 W 58 uo the center of the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike road thence 13 poles vitn a to the beginning Property will be sold on a credit of 6 nd 12 months TERMS Foy the purchase price the purchaser or with approved bearinglegalof a judgment ivith a lien retained on tHeland Bidders must be prepared to comply promptly with these rules M6 LEACH AN M C WC C Commissioners Sale Sterlin Thompsonadm V vs Order of Sale Coleman Stigalll deft By virtue of ddecree made at the Oct Term 1904 of the Washington Circuit Court I will offer for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky at auction on MONDAY APRIL 24 1905 on a credit of six and 12 months with interest from day of sale the follow ing described tract of lana A tract of land near Litsey in Washington county Ky and bounded on the west by the lands of C Stigall on north by Little Beech river on east by lands of Jqhn Polin and south by Lincolns Run Turnpike containing 52 acres Amount to be raised 116650 Purchasers will come to ex requiredAprilM C W C C Springfield Market Bacon Hams 15c Sides l2c- Beeswax24e per pound Butter SOcio 25c per pound Chickens Hens 9Vc Spring HtytoSOc Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 8c per pound corn Meal 65c to 75c per busljel- Ejga 13c per dozen Feathers 45c per pound FlourL2O to 360 Ginseng 750 per pound GrainWheat 115 corn 50c Oats roc HIdesBeen 7c toLard lOc per pound jLlme to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran loo shipstuff 120 per pounds Potatoes Country 65c to5e- Onions5100 Salt S145 and L85 per barrel Turkeys7c pound falromleper pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon AVbol Biirry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease 2Jej tub washed 28c Country Sorghum to 5O- cOeese40c a peice Onion Sets 8150 Live Stock MarketC- ATTLE choice to prime shipping steers a500 to 5 24 Medium to good shipping steers 450 to 5 oo choice butcher steers 2t too 76 Medium to good butchers 3 to 28 common to medium butchers 250 to 3 canners 74tol Good to choice feeders 00 to 50 commmon to medium feeders a 50 to 00 GOod to extra stock steersm 351to3 0 common to medium stock steers 2 60 to 3oo oood to choice stock heifers 2 to 3 00 common to medium stock heifers 50 to 2 plain light mixed stockers 2 00 to 3 oood to choice bologna bulls 3 00 to 3 Medium to good bo1182CO to3oo choice veal calves 5 oo to 5 5o common to mediiini calves 3 50 to oo choice to fancy milch cows8 00 to 40oo tedium to good mulch cows 20 00 to30 plain common milch Ow81i 00 to 20 HOGS choice pack butch Zoo to 800 Ibs 5 4o tedium packorsj Itlo to2oolbs 5 4o choice lightship Ito to 10o Ibs I 24 choice pigs to 12o lbs 485 oood pigs 80 to loo lbs 50 night pigs 5o to Ibs 40 to 7- 4uoughs15o to Soo Ibs 24 to 80 SHEEP AND LAMBS rood to extra shipping sheep 400to4 Fair to good 3 to common to medium 2 oo to 2 75 sticky 2 ootdil extra shipping lamb 0 to nest hut her lambs 55otoOoo Fair to good butcher lambs 5 oo to 5 5o common tailend lambs oo to 45o SYCAMORE VALLEY t The farmers are very busy with their crops and news is scarce Evert Sale sold a horse to WC Rogers of Lebanon for 200 W M Crossfield and Callie Stewart of this place sold their tobacco last week for 8c a pound W C Cammack the popular deputy Assessor of Wardsville Anderson county visited his daughter Mrs J D Tutherland Saturday and Sunday Rev W Ezra Sutherland passed through the Valley Sunday afternoon enroute to Rockbridge to conduct the funeral services of Robt Montgomery who died at Hillsboro Saturday of con f County Member I Will make the present season at place on Barbers Mill turnpike on the waters of Pleasant Run 4J miles from Springfield and eight miles from Lebanon 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 1 Parties desiring any information as to clubbing arrangements etc will write to the undersigned J R Durham R F D No 4 Springfield Ky SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub charKeadortiseqentsfarm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but in sorted in another department of the paper very t low rates C F Smith Gassburg Ky has fo sale one additional stack of oats reason ably 21 Mrs C M Brengle McIntire for sale full stock Black Minorca Eggs 50 cents for 13 21 Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R F D No 3 has for sale at all times EggsfOOother kind for nine years 17 E S Mayes ir Springfield has for sale Brown Leghorn eggs at 40 cents for 15 17 J W Hardesty Polin has for sale 100 bushels of seed oats 20 rDand mules at all times 20 Mrs L N Reed has for sale S C Brown Leghorn eggs from first class stock 1 21 J IiWalker Valley Hill has for sale Pure Boone County White Seed Corn 19 P Ml Howard Springfield has for sale Corinis India Game eggs 15 for 100 19 Mrs Ji Hi Walker Valley Hill has for sale from now until July 1st Brown Leghorn eggs at 50c per setting of 15 Mrs Walker produces an egglaying strain having won the 50 cash prize in 1903 for greatest number of dozen of eggs months 19 Tom Reed Springfield Route 1 has for sale a good saddle and harness mare Perfectly gentle Also 150 locust post 71 feet 19 Kyhave19 Dr J B RoBards Springfield for sale some thoroughbred DufocJer sey pigs 18 JH Walker Valley Hill has for sale a Short Horn cow with youn calf 18 JR Walker Springfield R F No1 has for sale 9 andaDuroc yearoldtCk rare chance to get a pure Du roc Jersey hog cheap 8 YOUR WANTS t 00In the way of repai be satisfied if you ngeanion Geo B Taylor in ingopposite a I am preparedto do all kinds 0of Boot and Shoe repairing I 0oalso mend 1l Locks Guns etc Furniture t RepairedScissorsr tsharpened Saws filed 00WORK GUARANTEED t GEO B TAYLOR + + sumption 5oSeveral from here attended the or- g nization of the Sunday School at Hillsboro Sunday 50Scott Mayes and F R Neale were in our midst last week shaking hands with their many friends We heard many compliments passed on The Sun by Anderson county people and many of them will become reade of it in the near future May it find its way into every home is our wish Dr Barnett and Rev G V Todd Mackville were in our midst Monde on business Costs Nothing for a trial If you want to satisfy yourself that Paracamph is the most remarkable ex ternal remedy on earth for relieving aches pains colds inflammations bruises cuts or any part of the body that is sore or hurts deposit the price ota package with us take it home and give it a trialif not satisfied say the word and you money is refunded with out questions Just try it onceT day Dont you see you cant loses WACO DARE JRNo IIf2 ie YdJNSMiL w Fairgrounds 12to insure a living colt highDESCRIPTION veryPEDIGREEall the gaits and is a nice driverSired by Waco Dare 1027 he by Chester dare No 10 Waco Dare Jrs dam Bessie by Prince Denmark For more extended pedigree see Springfield ORPHAN BOYor willrstand young at Sf to Insure a Living Colts Orphan Boy is by Gladstone he by Parrotts John he by Kellys Jeff Da vis he by Maxwells Revielle Care will be taken to prevent acci = dents but r will not be responsible should any occur A lido on all colts to secure payment of service fee p 20 rJR WALKER 1 Englewood Stock Farm Willlsburj Ky Monte WoodBy dashwood 615 and a full brother to fOUafba 607 sold Ball Bros for S3ooo Grand Sire Monte Cristo fiftynine First dam by sarkDiamond 49 xonte Woods first dam was ason of Alexanders Abdullah second dam by Ned Forest third dam by a thoroughbred baywithgreathagsold ten of his colts at an average price of J2oo J T Veatch of has his coIfs as high as 3365 He will make the season of 1905 at my stables at agLivia Colt andDjacks at s and 8 to Insure a living colt A lien retained on all colts until service fee is paid So W S liUt SPOTWOODWill make the season of 1905 at my stable onehalf mile north of Freder ickstown on the farm known as the Tom Thompson place atTSID to Insure a Llriaf Colt adarkby Wilkes Boy he by George Wilkes dam Ashland Glay he bv hentlay Ken tucky by George Dam AslhandGlay out otSamllrandys Gray Susie Spotwood has three Mambrino crosses in his breeding Although a trotting bred horse aU thlscqlta combinedhorsestJoe Blackburn- Will make the season at the same time and place He is a fine black jack with white points and has proven himself to bet a line a finelybredWill stand at 8 to insures living colt serricefeebred to another horse All cafe taken to pre vest accidents but will not be responsible- should any occuryJ T MOMT60MERY i WATCH FOR j BARGAINS swDuring 1905 watch the Columns of The Sun for adver tisedd bargains and during the doltyet quoted high prices through the columns of a newspaper Itis th lowpriced merchant who talk o the people through the newspaper VOTE t