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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 1 4 im t prl1tg ttlb ucu i DEVOTED TO SHE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNT i fR tl if c VOLUME I i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 1905 NHMlEI2f GEORGE CLEMENTS fleeted Road Supervisor After a Two Days Session of Fiscal F CourtThe Telephone Question Discussed 0 As announced in the last issue of The Sun the Washington County Fiscal Court met in extra session last Thurs day for the purpose of electing a road supervisor It will be remembered that some time ago that tribunal had before it for consideration the question Jfroads and bridges It was decided that the Fiscal Court should elect Supervisor of roads and pursuant to that action the coijrt met Thursday The election of a Supervisor was dis cussed at length by the members of the court as were also plans for working the roads and the salary to be allowed athe Supervisor On Thursday after- nooni a salary of 750 a year was agreed upon but after quite a number of bal lots upon the questionof a Supervisor the court found itself hopelessly dead locked and adjourned to meet again on Friday There were quite a number of applicants for the place when court first convened but the fight narrowed down between George Clements and Barber Mr Clements finally winning out Both are good men and either no doubt would have done the county a good service Now that Mr Clem ents has secured the position we predict that he will do his dutywell He energeticandprogressive and while it is probable that the court could have secured the services pf a man equally as good as he we feel quite ure that it could not have found one who would have been more conscientious in the performance of his duties nor onewho would have done the county a better service than Mr Clements The court did notspecifically define the duties of the Supervisor part of them being fixed by law However the court further agreed to enter an orderI designating his duties and responsibilities at the next regular meeting in May The position will not be an easy one to fill for the Supervisor will have under Us care about 500 miles of road r over half of which is dirt road Mr Clements will appoint Jack Sharpe of Willisburg as his assistant Mr Sharpe has had experience in road building and will be a valuable assistant to the Supervisor The matter of the proposed new tel ephone system was discussed by the court but no definite action was taken It was decided to await the action of the City Council of Springfieldand then act in accordance with the suggestions of the Council PRATHERS CREEK Farmersare reasonably well up with their spring work in this section and lave been planting corn for some time Several of our boys were in Spring field last Monday speculating Your correspondent enjoyed meeting and conversing with the Editor of Th Sun while in Springfield Monday an theEditor showed his appreciation oft the work done by your correspondent in the interest of The Sun That Cabbage Snake While in Springfield Monday I was interrogated by several relative to the TUmor which has been afloat to the ef fect that one of the socalled cabbag- snakes had been discovered in some cabbage after it had been cooked and part of which had been eaten by my family Now I wish to say that this storyhas do foundation beyond the fact that something resembling an insignifi cant woodworm was found in the cab bage Furthermore I desire to say to the readers of The Sun that in the light of recent careful investigation by high authority on such subjects which declares the cabbage snake to be myth I do not believe that such a reptile exists and would advise all who are interested in the production of the popular vegetable to goright on in i cultivation just the same as if nothin out of the ordinary had happened G H CHRISTERSON To Elect School Trustees rAn election for the purpose of elec ing two school trustees for the Spring field Grained School will be held in SpringfieldSaturday May 6 the terms of Meeen C J Haydon and Robert A Mrra elected for anotherayear t f neath of J M Mclntire 1IMr John M Mcln jre died at his home four miles from Springfield on the Bardstown pike Monday afternoon at 3 oclock of a complication of dis eases Mr McIntire had been in ill health for quite a while and his death was expected by friends and relatives HeW sip tyeight years old and had spent his entire life in Washington where he was wellknown and honore5by hundreds of people Mr McIntire was a devout member of the Catholic church funeral services and burial occurring at St Rose this morn ing at 10 oclock Surviving him are two sons and two daughters his wife having died twenty years ago The sons are J H Mclntire of this place and Thos K McIntire of Jackson county Mo and the daughters are Misses Josie and Leona both of whom resided at the hdme of their father Many friends in the county extend condolence to the bereaved ones Lieut Litsey Inspecting Louisville Herald t The regular army inspection of the First Kentucky Regiment will be held today Last night the preliminary inspection was held at the Seventhstreet armory under the direction of Lieutr DR Litsey of Fort Thomas Lieutenant Litsey is a wellknown Kentucky officer He was detailed to coach the men in details of inspection work preparatory to theirlooking over by the regular inspecting officer Equipment was carefully examined last night and the physical appearance and knowl edge of the men noted 4 Lieutenant Litsey is a son of JIl ge Litsey of this place and has just completed an inspection of the State militia Sold the Cow and Corn VALLEY KY April 24 Editor Sun Please discontinue my advertisemen oi Boone county white seed corn and cow which you had in free column The advertisement sold the cow and all of my corn Could have sold fifty bushels more of corn Very truly DR J H W4LKER Easter Services t j Euster services were conducted atI the Presbyterian Catholic acid Baptist churches last Sunday At the Catholic church Father Henriessy delivered an interesting and sermonLand the choir rendered some Easter music An unusually large crowd heard Dr Lattimer at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning The church was ap propriately decorated and the services throughout were very impressive The choir rendered special Easter music which was highly appreciated by the large audience In the evening residing Elder Linebaugh of the Duncan Oklahoma district who was to preach at the Methodist church consented to occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian entertainingd Rev Williams preached both morning and evening at the Baptist church delivering two instructive sermons- JENSONTONN We have had a nice rain which we falleJ W Perkins bought a nice cow and calf from George Robinson Clarence Goode wan in Texas Wednes day night Our new merchant J W Perkins is filling his store with new goods He has a good trade Elvian Perkins attended the lecture at Texas Wednesday night Mrs W Goode left Friday for Winchester where she will make her homed ana J M Reed were in our town Friday trading rH A Kay is better at this writing J W Perkins is reported to be on the sick list attendedgLetter List List of letters remaining uncalled fo in Springfield Post Office for week end ing April 26 1905 Wm Bierstadh SonJ W Coolly Miss Ida P Edelen Miss Ethel Edelen Geo 0 Hardiny J S Homes L F Hamilton Tom B Johnson Mrs Mollie Parker W A WATERS P M x I TRUMAN H NEWBERRY ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE NAVY Mr Newberrjr who succeeds Charles H Darling as assistant secretary of the navy wassone ot the organizers of the Michigan naval reserve battalion and was a lieutenant on the auxiliary cruiser Yosemite during the Spanish war He is several times a millionaire and has large business Interests In Detroit CONTEST CLOSED Promptly at Noon Today Hfndred5 of 5Votes This Weeks itf y rCouppns Rojled In In Great Batches and Played f An Important Part TNE WINNERS MISS SINYSPISS NUNAN MR MAYESi r Miss Robbie Simms 8139 Miss Sadie Mayes 7531- L Miss Emma Nunan potl Miss Ella Shaunty 4196 E S Mayes Jr f 6489 Robt Mcllvoy 4370 Promptly at noon today The Suns popularity contest came toa close For the past few days voting has been lively and not until all the voteawere counted this afternoon did anybody have the slightest idea what the result would be Since the last issue of The Sun Miss Mayes received 3379 Miss SimsT2979I E S Mayes 3012 Robert McIlvoy 2043 Miss Nunan 4661 Miss Shaunty 616 Standing of Contestants Most Popular Young Lady Miss Robbie Simms8139M- iss Sadie Mayes 7537 Miss Lydia McElroy 1136 Miss Lizzie Waters 811 Miss Annie Claybrooke 609 Miss Belle Hinton 495 Miss Fanny McElroy 405 Miss Rose Osbourne 301 Miss Lula Merritt 218 Miss Louise Settle 650 Miss Nettie Elder 200 Miss Mattie Whitehouse 104 TcacaerrMissEramaNunan 10011 Miss Ella ShauntyA 4196 Miss Annie May Qsborne 668 Miss Jennie Rfeddlng 915 Mrs Kate Hayes 513 Miss Sallie Carricoe 536 Clayton Stallings 410 Thos Prathers 75 Miss Stella Virgin 126 Miss Sarah Ross 51 Most armer E S Mayes Popillarr 6089 W S Gibbs 2205 McIlvoy4370SamGeo West 1201 Fleece Bosleya I 705 Ed Yocum 450 John Russell 254 T J Trent 50 H R Thompson 322 P J Kellyz 3 Voting coupons may be clipped from The Sun from week to week sent in a few days before the contest closes or they may be sent in each week r THE SUN 1 A YEAR a 1 t f v t An Enjoyable Entertainment One of the most enjoyable entertain ments given t the Springfield Opera House in a long time was that given by Miss Katherine Raye of Lebanon as sisted by Miss Clara Von Phul of Cin cinnati on last Monday evening The Other Woman a one act play was rendered in a manner which was highly pleasing to the audience Both young ladies are true artists and they have a bright future before them in their lines of work The music for the occasion was furnished by Mr McHenry Mc Chord also of Lebanon and this too was much appreciated those present Joseph Jefferson Dead West Palm Beach Fla April 22 Joseph Jefferson the eminent actor diedatbis home The Reefs at Palm Beach at 615 oclock this evening The end came after a day ofunconscious- ness and after a heroic struggle of days which had exhausted his vitality At his deathbed were his wife his sons Charles B and Frank Jefferson his nurse Miss Mabel Bingham Dr R aiPotter and his faithful oii servant Carl KettleriDaniel Boones Reel Mr C W Noe has in his possession a curiosity in the way of a fishing reel It is over one hundred years old it having come into his possession about twentyfive years ago The reel was found on Little Beech near Springfield seventyfive years before it came into Mr Noes possession On the reel are the initials D B Daniel Boone please observe It is made of wood iron and copper and runs as smoothly as a allbearing B and B reel The frame is made of copper the spool of wood and the handle is artistically constructed of a large forged naiL The displaywat Mr store Ex if thetrysame tine draw largely from your imagination and ydu may be able to see these words Keched a20poun cat and kilt six Injuns today- SHARPSVILLEs Miss Mary Sea and Miss Ora Bowen were the quests of Mrs Mpllie Bowen Tuesday night Mrs Bertha Hale from Illinois is visiting her sister Mrs Sallie Brown Morton Sallee who has been sick for some time is able to be out again Fanners are busy preparing the soil to receive the seed corn Miss Irma L Graham has a severe caseof mumps LC Cornish has returned home from his work at Mack ille W E Brown and Herman Colvin were in Kirkland Tuesday on business- L H Sea and wife spent Saturday night with L M Stine W M Sanders purchased a work horse from W E Robinson for 35 Nat Phillips and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother near Kirkland Considerable hail fell here Friday followed by a good rain Dr B F Adams and G W Bowen were in Springfield Monday on business There will be preaching at Antioch Christina Bull is very ill with and Richard Coleman visited friends at Ashbrook Sunday Tom Shelton and W W Philly were in Harrodsburg Saturday on business WILLISBURG Rev Young preached here Sunday Mrs Mary Hines and daughter vis ited Mrs W S Browley Sunday Miss Maggie Trent is visiting her sis ter Mrs A D Wells Misses Fannie Shealy and Annie Mc Ilvoy were shopping in Springfield last weekMiss Lula Merritt is visiting relatives and friends in Chaplin E J Pinkston and nilyof Litsey were the guests of J W Shirley Sat urday and Sunday- T J Miller was in Springfield on business on Monday of last week GW Shirley and family visited at RichardPinkstonsSundayWilliam were the guests of A B Wells Saturday and Sunday Mist Artie Sutton visited her grand mother Mrs Robert Mcllvoy one day last wea- kBornTo the wife of George Keel ing a daughter 1 J MURDER MYSTERY Fishermen On Big Ugly Creek Near Huntington W Va Mate Ghastly findHorrible iMf Without Clue to Perpetrators Huntington W Vap April 22Quet of the ghastliest crimes in the annals of this city and county was enacted some time during last night and revealed to the community this morning by the rays oft e Easter sun Bound hand and foot and securely tiJto a tree on the Dank ofBigUgly Creek fishermen hunting for a good place to cast their line early today found the body of a man The spectacle first met their gaze white they were some distance away and fancying that the man had been the hapless victim of robbers they hallooed to him Hi there Whats the matter Obtaining no response they canthat the fellow had probably been not gaggedinThe fishermen hurried to the u to release him from his terrible plig JComing face to face with the victim of some atrocious vengeful crimHoals they observed that the handle of a dagger protruded from his left breast and served to pin thereon a sheet of paper bearing scrawl written with a stick dipped into the victims blood as followsYou wilLbother us no more A mystery surrounds the affair aar the man had never been seen in that vicinity previously and no clew can be obtained as to his identity In addition to the stab through theheart the throat had been cut from ear to ear and the head hadbeen thrown back leaviagth horrible gash wide open The clothing of the corpse was stiffwith bleed that had flowed down ward after the teat I ad watthe fife Sri1t fee raway rattling theFthe tree The deed is attributed to the gaag which has terrorized that seethe of the county for years although Mreiare no clews ojIt is presumed that them eed man was a detective sent there tafecrefc out some crime There were ne jayotK on the body by which the victims ceaM be traced even the tags bearing fM c s names of the makers of the dtiia 4 having been torn off The atttfMriitw believe that he was murdered Wfewt fhek 4Marriage AnnowicemeJifc The marriage between Mr Kehry Riggs son of Mr James RigfV of Blincoe and Miss Eliza Nalley of Blincoe was published at Holy Rotary church at Manton last Saturday The marriage of Mr Bowman Wimaatt son of Henry Wimsatt and Lallie Osborae was published at the same time Beth couples will be married next Tuesday at Frederickstown by Father Pieters POUN We are having nicejweather after the Easter s ormJSteve Scott and Shelton Moatgecaery were the guests of Sam Hareeety of Lebanon Saturday and Sunday Clel Hardesty and wife were the guests of Obe Cheat Saturday aad Sunday Several of our boys and girk wet to St Rose Sunday Evan Crow and wife William Har desty and Wife Will Scott and wife Miss Bessie Hardestyand little Th e Crow called to see Lewis Reynolds Soft day afternoon Miss Della Verge waa here OM daf last week Mrs Lizzie Scott and her chanriac daughter Eliza were the gueate ql Mrs Fannie Parish one day lat Reds Steve Scott bought anise mare free Jerome Wells fer 100 Mesdames Kim Kirsck mdAMCammack were the guests of J W Reynolds one day heat week Lewfe ReynoMB ia no better at thin writing Born To the wife of Luther Kirni a daughter Lots of corn ia being pleated ilL 4feat part of the county at tiMe r New ewe Fr GMCtr All surface caaeex are BOW kBtw to be curable by Bodchns A 1Me0 James Walters of DoflMd awriiei I gad a caacer om lay W1 far yeata that seemed iacmzaUe till BMkleAa Arnica Salve sealer aW mw it k rfec weJL G Mra lltJm seas Jar cutsaMlavnM afc at Bigliaa drag KiiK i IL r H t 1 ww NNN NNNNN N N N NN tit The Best Every Day In the Year F T COX COPhone us for Fresh Oysters and Fresh Fish 4 NNNN NNNNNNNN uw llce n A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon and you will have to have itI Telephone us NNNN NNNNNNN NNNNNNN NNN NNNNN NNNNNNN NNN NNNN OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides I and tallow for which we will pay you m the hihest market T T Fine Horses Kentucky Standard Joshua B Bowles of Beechwold near Bardstown left last with a carload of fine horses which will be placed on the Pittsburg market This is Mr Bowles eighth trip to the latter place with highclass riding and driving horses and le has alway been very sac cessful The present consignment of horses is said to be superior to anything heretofore handled byMr Bowles which is saying a good deal flow Eggs Are Hatched In China A curious method of hatchIng eggs has been adopted in China The eggs are placed in tiers Ina large basket twice the size of an ordinary barrel which is thickly lined with hay and carefully closed from the air by a tight fitting cover of twisted straw In three days time the eggs are taken out and replaced In a different order those at the surface being put in the lower tier This is repeated every third day for a fortnight when the eggs are removed from the basket and placed on a shelf IB another room being carefully cov red with bran In a day or two the chickens chip the shells and make their appearance in the world The success of this method is attributed to the fact that the animal heat of the egg being retained by the basket which Is form ed of materiel not conducting caloric Sg sufficient to support animal life and develop It Philip L ShuDiaf er aged eightythree years a prominent retired Louisville shoe merchant died 6Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy placebuthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morons Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera tam and has saved the lives of mo children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet takeYou family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that me comes you will need itbadly you will need it quickly Wh xot buy it now and be prepared for an emergency Prlce25cj large sIze OQ For sale by CJ Haydon Springfield + + tHZHZI ii IV V ZZ Z Z A MEAT MARKET Where you coq buy th- eBEST N I N NNNNNNMuu tibeeveso Monday First Time In Half a Century Louisville Ky April 19Holy com munion was received by the members of the Presbyteries of the Northern and Southern branches of the Presbyte rian Church at the Covenant Presbyterian church this morning Today was the first time the two branches met together since the schism in the church more than half a century ago No talks were made looking toward a union of the fchurches as the meeting was purely HemphillpreCommissioners are to be elected to attend the session of the General As sembly at Winona Indat which the question of union with the Cumberland branch is to be decided T KiBRT Daddy of Babylonia It has been discovered that Senator Chauncey M Depew bears a striking resemblance to an ancient monarch of the Babylonians King Daddu or Da Udu who ruled nearly 6000 years ago The statue of this potentate of a hoary antiquity was dug up recently In theretion and It is declared to be the old est sculptured figure of a monarch In existence Keep your bowels regiler by the use yof Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets There is nothing better For sale by C J Haydon +M+ + + + + 1 Get Well + iStay Well + YOU can You should fortify your system against t1 disease Improve your health Purify your blood do so by the use of iYOUr MALT TONIC i 200 Per Dozen JuftThlOk tZ 1 C W HAGAN Hundreds IN of cases soldimonthlyv IAge- ntZ l1aa 1 KING OSCAR OF SWEDEN AND NORWAY = JIIIfiJIi1jr His poor health has caused him to hand over the relns of government his son Crown Prince Gustaf i EEEEEEE EEEEEEEE6EEEEEEEEEEEteEtEEEEEEEEFEEEEEEEEEEEE J MatterswIiADiscussed By JSTRIGG iii ur fThe south is trying melons peaches Bermuda onions and several other crops In place of cotton to the benefit of the soil and the growers as well IIt Is always hard to make us believe a farm carries a big mortgage which has neat and well painted build ings and carries well bred domestic animalsr When fourteen ears of worn will plant one acre of ground It seems foolish not to absolutely know that each ear of that corn is sound and reliable and of high germinating power The adult apple tree is always grateful for and responsive t6 good culture and fertilization Many people are careful to cultivate and fertilize their young orchards but entirely neglect the old one- Occasionally one traveling through the west will see a big pile of confly ing out on the ground entirely unprotected It means that the owner raises too much cqrn or that he is dead shift less usually the latter It may be a season when the question Of conserving moisture In the soil will be one of vital importance to the crops The value of a dust mulch produced by constant surface cultivation Is invaluable for all cultivated crops The garden may really be watered with a hand rake intelligently used The general health of the American people would be better If they would eat twice as much corn bread corn cakes and other products of cotlnas they now do Their stomachs would keep In better trim and their teeth would last longer A steady fine flour diet makes lots of work for the doe tors Not less than 125000 corn growers In the state of Iowa will have listened to the Improved method of testing seed corn by the time the last of the trips of the corn specials over five trunk lines is complete It is confidently and reasonably expected that this good work will result in a better stand and better crop of corn Today the well bred sheep is the most profitable animal kt on the farm Mutton leads both beta and pork In price per pound while wool Is being contracted for at excellent prices The right sort of sheep will this year return 2 In wool product and a lamb which will till for R6 when pine Married In Louisville Kentucky Standard Miss Lillian Colvin and Tames Muir Carothers were married in Louisville yesterday by the Rev John K Mason of St Andrews Episcopal church The contracting parties are both eighteen years old They were accompanied to Louisville by three Miss Campbells of Springfield and the grooms mother Mrs Fannie Carothers Upon their re turnhere last night they were entertained at the residence of Mr Carothers parents with a threecourse dinner whichonly some of the relatives and aI few friends were present The dinner was an elegant affair the color scheme being green and pink The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs W B Ca rothers and is employed at Grigsbys warehouse The bride is a daughter of W A Colvin and wife and is an attractive girl They will make their home with the grooms parents Judge H V Freeman of the Illinois Appellate Court First district declared that overzealousness on the part of po lice and prosecuting attorneys has re sulted in the hanging of many innocent persons in Illinois 1 T months old Eight such sheep can be kept on the food required by one cow and there is no milking to be done The cow alone of all the domestic an imals Is able to utilize profitably farmland worth 150 an acre and up The raiser and seller of grain or hay cnn not use such land it Is too costly for the production of beef or mutton o pork save as the hog Is a byproduct of the dairy The silo Is Indispensable on such land eats well kept poultry Cows make the reclaimed high priced lands of Holland profitable while the farm- of the Island of Jersey are mostly give up to dairying There must either be a very marked pricefarmof Into a much more productive state there is to be a much greater advance In farm values We do not look for Increased prices for farm products hence if land Is to be worth more must be made to produce more an this may be done The speculative al- rue of farmland Is now almost a minus In all the older and well se tIed portions of the country and future values will be based upon what the farm can earnj Ina section of the country where oats wheat rye anji barley all well 0 a friend there vlng writes us asking about the advisability of trying speltz asa cereal crop We do think he would find It a desirable cro compared with the other cereal crops mentioned It is not as palatable a food as oats and will seldom yield as well This crop has a wide field of usefulness on all the semiarid sections of the country where none of the cereals mentioned will do well for lack of sufficient moisture but not where they will grow and do well There is one fact which needs emphasizing all through the corn belt and fo that matter all through the wheat au cotton growing sections as well and that is tlin continuous growing of the same crop year after year on the same land is absolutely ruinous to the laud the crop and the man who does It There must be a rotation of crops and a part of such crops of that character Which will rest and renovate the soil such as grasses to be pastured and clover TIll most common and utterly Inexcusable form of grand larceny to be found In the country today is thtgenerally practiced by the average farmer with regard to the soil which be worksInteresting Case Decided A judgment of the Nelson Circuit Court was reversed by the Court of Appeals in a case of the Commonwealth against T D Williams and remanded proceedingsIsomuch as it affects every city in the State In the case the validity of an ordinance of the town of Bardstown prohibiting the sale of liquors on Sundays and election days on doctors proscription s was attacked Williams was fined in the Police courts of the town for violating this ordinance The Circuit Court reversed the inferior court and Commonwealth appealed to the Court of Appeals In the opinion delivered Judge Hobson says the ordinance is valid and that the question of whether the physicians acted in good faith in ng liquor is one for Ii jury to decide 100 Reward To any one proving that the testi monials on Paracamph now running in this paper are not copies of origina letters on file In our office received from parties who have used that wod derful remedy The Paracamph Co Louisville Ky Bouquet For Judge Thurman Speaking of the inconvenience of leaving home while the grand jury is in session the Tunnel Hillcorrespondent offethefollowing best remedy is to keep away from places where the law is violated and positionjury is sittingor indicting some friend The same correspondent also throws this bouquet at Judge Thurman Judge Thurman has already given evidence to the fact that everybody must obey the process of his court and the man who avoids the officer armed with a subpoena for his appearance be fore the court or grand jury is just as guilty as if he refused to obey when summoned The fact is Judge Thur man Js making a good Judge and the people who are interested in morality decency and decorum are very loud in their praise of him and the course he is pursuing There was a time in this State when none but the upright law abiding sober man donned the judicial ermine and the people hail with de light a return of these primitive ideas Another thing Judge Thurman holdsI the scale of justice equally poised and hews to the line also giving great emphasis to the fact that he has no pets 0or favorites among the lawyers or citizens There hasbeen a time in some districts when attorneys have been em hadTtheir legal ability All lawyers look withTtakesTthat it will be tried according to the law and the testimony 3Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best and Most Popular Mothers buy it for croupy children railroad men buy it for severe coughs and elderly people buy it for lagrip say Moore Bros Eldon lowl 4We sell more of Chamberlains Co4h Rem emsrto over other good brands There is no canbewhether it be a child or an adult that chines WRight or Nott itGreen Bag In the caseof the Harvey Steel Company vs United States the Court of Claims recently rendered a judge fivde ten by Nott Chief Justice and a dis Thte following lines are dedicated to Justice Wright That Wright is Wright and Nott is Nott Logicians must concede That Nott is right and Wright is not Four judges have decreed That Nott is right and Wright is not We all must now agree NottPIf Nott is Nott and Wright is Nott It comes without a wrench That we have not if not two Notts Five judges on the bench If only four as shown before And three agree with Nott The adjournment is unanimous And Wrights dissent is naught The knot is not is Nott not Nott But is or not rightdTo write that Nott is not WrightThis A Homemade Hammock If you can afford to pay not less than t for a hammock dont try to make one for it requires much par tience and several days of honest labor Ito however you dQnt see your way to such extravagance as paying this amount for u garden hammock dont buy one for unless you are ex ceptionally lucky your money will sim ply be thrown away For tliose who cure to take the trouble there Is tL simple manner of procuring a homemade hammock which when properly done will be far superior toany factory product no matter how much it glitters how long the fringe may be or what It costs says a writer In the Washington Post A homemade hammock can be made fortyfive inches across which will give a sense of security and restfulness that cannot be obtained In the commercial article The cost for materials Is very small It is the timeand labor which go to make up the homemade hammock You must buya long needle say seven inches with a big eyE two iron rings for each end of the hamrnoch two long smooth sticks on which to knit your hammock and two pounds of cord or twine The whole should cost about 60 cents Then with due labor you can produce a hammock that will prove a dream of orlent41Juxurtm- wblch one can sleep under the trees without dread of falling First take your threaded needle taking it in the left hand and using the thumb to hold the cord in place while looping it over the JO gu Pass thetcord under the needle to the opposite side and catch it over the tongue repeating until the needle is full Next make a loop of a pie e of cord two yards long and fasten this to the doorknob then tie the cord on your needle three Inches from thfe end of your loop Place the smalr fid or mesh stick under the com the beveled edge close to the loop With your thumb on theicord to hold It In place while you pasS the needle around the mesh stick and with Its point toward you pass It through the loop from the top bringing Itoypr the stick and this will form the first half of the knot Pull this tight holding It in place with your thumb while throwing the cord over your handy which forms the loop then pass the needle from under through the loop knotnHold this In place and repeat the operation When thirty of these knots are made push them oft the stick The next row Is done In the same manner being added to the first row by passing the needle firstthrough each of the thirty knots already made for the first row Knit thirty rows of this and then tie the last loops to the other Iron ring With cords through the two Iron rings you will have It hammock that for strength and comfort cannot be surpassed and all for GO cents goooooooooooboooocoooooooo Peoples Deposit i Bank i Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman Vice esident JA Boulware Cashier Chas iL ilcChord Asst Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham Judge L H Thurman G L Say don w Satterly T M Blanford hasasBusiness Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOO 4s The Early Bird Catches the Worm 1 THEREFORE We area little early in announcing to the trade that we navel ge line of j Ref igfators and Ice Cream Freezers The Prices are low The fOod will suit you 4 r Use theBIue Diamond Axf The Blue Diamond Saws Chissels f Edge Tools nd Drawing Knives have nosu perior RememberBUY NO OTHER BRAND McElroy Schultz p0 4Ii i Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr Jt M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office In Hapon Block up stairs 8a Da LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable 2 and the best company in the world Your insurance Dr JH LAMPTON OFFICE In Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT AUYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WillYrCUcein the cOurts of Washington in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts Ct McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Counts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Wasbinrton and adjoining counties and in the courts ofAp peals W E SELECMAN 4ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WashlngtQnand H II WALTER ATPY ATLAW Springfield Kentucky practicein1 joining countie- sIIAYDON I eOOOOOgOOOOOOO THOMPSON Undirtakirs and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full tine of Burial Rotejs and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness aoon oo n n noni r i DIRECTORY SpringfieldBCOm AttyF 3L clerk Geo Cat lett jailer 21 G Lean Master Comma sloner BYron Croake Sheriff Deputies Ed Wasters Sharpsrule Sidney Osborne Springfield Richard Isham ilacville R H Mull ran Trustee Jury Fund Court begins Fourth Mondays in February May and October County CourtB L Litsey juaeW F Booker County Clerk Mays County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each of Claiins Meets at Springfield first Tuesday in October and April ounty Treasurer Bobt Noe Other County OfllcialsJas F Moore Sur veyor AsseSsor Jas L Royalty T P OBrtan Schools J W Bush Coroner J M Montgomery- McrnODISr CnracaRev J C Hoskinnon Pastor Services on the first and third Sun pSunday m m Prayer meeting every night yPastoclock a m Services at St Rose same hours OH U8TiAS CHCBCH End W P Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST Rev Wm Harrison Wil Hams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting every wed- nesday evening at 8 o clock MalrlstratesDis 501 Jas L Mudd No- 2JnoX Gorden No 3 R D RlleyNo4 Jas Divine N95 J W Gordon NQ 6 Jno O PollandI SecretSocieties Masonic Springfield Lodge Yo 50 F A M Master R L Sutton S Mays Secretary Meetings First and Third Monday sights in each month 4 A Simple Prayer MJlife barks swings on the billow That rides oer a boundless sea And the seagull rocks on the billow That is only for him and me M driftingTo shiftingButHope for the long tomorrow todayFaithAnd love in my heart alway I know not the final haven tendsAndWhen the stormwraith raves and rends Then a whisper comes to cheer me obeyTheHope for the long tomorrow Strength for the brief today Faith to guide oer thewaters wide And love in my heart alway Tis a simple refrain onlya loreYetIt haunt th me more and more Till I turn to the One Who heeds us divineAndmineHopetodayFaithAnd alwayALFRED t Marion Notes Lebanon Falcon Those interested in seeing the pro posed electric railway built from here to Columbia and to other points have good reasons now to feel that work will begin on its construction much sooner than was anticipated by many Deputy Sheriff J B Williams and Chief of Police J A Thompson with a posse of citizens surrounded and arrested one John Osberson at Gravel Switch Wednesday and the prisoner was brought here and lodged in jail Chief Thompson leaves today with the prisoner for Franklin Tenn where be is accused of malicious wounding Mr Williams was notified of the charge against Osberson and went to arrest him when the latter resisted and Mr Williams fired threeshots at him After this trouble he telephoned for Chief Thompson and a posse was formed to effect the capture Bruno Merkley and Miss Lena Purdy will be married at the Catholic parsonage by the pastor Rev J A Hogarty on Monday May 1 at high noon Camera Versus shotgun here is a rnsciimnon about an rorms of wild life animals and birds which is never associated with our domestic animals a certain alertness adapts tion to conditions in habit and colora tion each with its armor of self pro tection developed to the highest degree being hunted from birth to death A Partridge Cocbin rooster Is every way a more magnificent bird than a male ruffed grouse more brilliant In plum age more lordly and artistocratlc In beaming but should we meet one in some glen of the woods among the alders and bushes he would seem to be- n bird wholly out of place while the ruffed grouse poised like a statue on some rotten log would be the Ideal of woodland grace and beauty appealing alike to the sportsman and the lover of nature All tame geese are the coarsest of plebeians when compared with the superb contour coloring and grace of carriage noted In the Canada geese those aerial cavalry which traverse the continent semiannually with trumpet call and in closely aligned rank A male wood duck perched on a lofebyij the side of soirie leaf flecked pool In the woods mlikd3a bit of coloring and t beauty nowhere else to be found on earth Man can breed bulldogs Per cheron horses mules Shanghai roosters and that sort but he cannot dUltIlcateI natures grace and which she invests the wild deer the rattlesnake the wild fowl It lan in finite pity that the Inherited love of what we Call sportthe desire to kill on sight all forms of wild life could not in some manner be abated before all such forms of life are wholly wiped out If men would only hunt with a camera instead of a breechloader how much more rehl satisfaction would result Our woods fields and streams would be filled with ill these attrtic tiye types of wild life Just as they are in Japan and in many parts of Chi ia Jnjno way can an American clvlllzal on bo better promoted than by exchanging for the cameratbrshotgun A Junction Crossroads The cosmopolitan character of our present improved railway service was well illustrated by a large number of freight cars which we lately at a junction poInt of two IlotlcedI out on a western prairie medley of cars were some from Flor- Ida nix from Maine from the great j Pacific systems from the coal regions of Pennsylvania and the oil regions of Ohio Were were lumber from Wash ington wheat from Dakota iron from Pittsburg oranges from California steers from Montana butter from lo wa a car of poultry from Minnesota a roving Uncle Touts outfit a seed corn special spreading the gospel of a new and Improved corn culture Time was and not so very many years ago when a man going to New York would have tochange cars and buy twenty differ ent tickets and when a car of western freight would have to be unloaded and rebllled several times going the same distance this owing to the large num ber of railway companies and the vary Jug gauge of their tracks 1 f GCCCCGCGGCCOCOGOOGOpCXXQOOCGOOGOCCCGG6CCOGOCOCGGCOCO + TAIGHT TALK fit g WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY S 333 MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS Stt 8 9 C 000OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Clergymen I have so often thought how much bette it would be if clergymen would study human nature more and their libraries less Now I know that it is a broad assertion but wait until I am thru dont be too hasty to slap In looking over their audience on a Sun day how many yearning faces they see before them with their wistfulasking for spiritual help Now let them speak to them in words easy to be understood in heart tones not to be mistaken and how different Sunday would beto many women atjeast whose unshared burdens and heartaches none but their Savior knows I For just as Lazarus watched forte falling crumbs from Dives table just so some harassed soul may be sitting with expectant ear waiting for the hopeful words that will give it courage to shoulder again its weary almost too heavy burden And yetIsometimes wonder if I were a minister if I could preach that way to rustling silks flowergarden hats and sparkling jewels I think those things would paralyze my very soul within me as some of theirs seem to be And oh those velvetcushioned pews l I wish allchurch doors were open to all men and women alike regardless of the garb theymight chance to wear and not par celed off for it amounts to about the same for the reception of certain classes and the exclusion of those who want spiritual help and teaching Now somebody will say Yes but we al ways have place for these people And I will say that the railroad compa nies have special cars for the colored population too and I am glad of it and like the other class you want them to stay in their places dont you My Christianity builds nQ such walls of separation In one of our neighboring towns I once saw a person lingering around a church and listening to the rising notes of the organ and I think wanting to go in but holding back on account of the social gulfti wide one too between itself and those assem bledI will not say worshiping there And I sometimes believe if ministers spoke as our Lord did while on earth they and the sexton would get awfully tired of each other Our Roman Catholic brethren are wiser Their creed is not my creed save this part That the rich and poor meet together and the Lord is the Cjreator of them all The poor servant flrops on her knees in the aisle makes the sign of the cross and no one bids her rise to make way for the silk dress waiting behind her I have seen it and it makes me glad that the mother of many little children may drop in for only a minute to recog nize her spiritual needs and then go out to the cares she may not longer lose sight of I do not believe as they do but I breathe freer at this thought that one man is as good his neighbor at last therebefore his God Now sisterI say sister because women have more spiritualitythan menlet us take TilE SPRINGFIELDSUN AND MEN and WOMEN FOR S75O Men and Women is a Catholic magazine published 1at Cincinnati Ohio and is one of the very best dollar publications in the United States It is ably edited and handsQmely illustrated Its departments are alive with interest It is bright and entertaining The leading literateun con tribute to Men and Women + + + + + oLTJ By special arrangements with the Men and Women Publishing Co we are en abled to make this remarkably low clubbing Offer ADDRESS THESUNSpringfield Ky the class referred to intoour pews and not let them feel that there is only one place for them but that it is all for them and they will always be welcome goingis a church dress I looked at itforyou seldom hear thatand so nice and plain it was that I know she has the Christian heart arid I know her pastor always feels glad when he sees her They like helping hands and she was one Selfishness A little incident came under my observation the other day that I think willshow that the world is not all selfishness after all Such little inci dents we fear are very few and far between at least they seldom fa1un der our observation To my mind self isliness is an allpervadi gquaJitya part of human nature but a qualifica tion that can only be exterminated with human nature itself If you deprive a man of what is generally termed selfishness you rob of what Prudence In fact you will cripple his mindas much as you would his body if you cut off his legs A proper regard for ones own welfare is too often designated by the uncharitable the thoughtless and the profligate Selfishness Our most imperative duty is the proper care of selfand it does not become a crime and a stigma unless it becomes a disease and then degenerates into avarice and meanness i Three Foolish Actions Cato an old Roman of great virtue and much wisdom said there were but three actions of his life that he regret ted The first was the having told a secret to his wife the second that he had once gone by sea when he might have gone by land the third the hav ingbecome surety for an acquaintance 1 only want to discuss the first and third particularly the first Of course every bearded face inWashington county agrees with Cato in number one and wouldthinka man of wisdom wrongly classed to do such a thing but you see he was a man and I dont believe it is one bit harder for a woman to keep a secret than a man A man is just this way He isa picker and if he finds out a woman knows anything he begins to pick and she believing it her Christian duty not to keep things from her Lord and Master opens her heart like a good little woman and then he blows it to the four winds Of the third I think Cato did not show wisdom and I guess many men in the county will agree with me Imposition from friends and relatives is hard to bear but from a mere acquaintance it is something unthought of A united family will stand but consider well bi fore you rid your wife and little ones of lifes comforts by a too generous opening of your heart and purse A Sarcastic Definition George Reno an American newspa per man who went to Havana and obt- aIned work on a dally paper there did not get on well with the ulShnglng editor a former Chicago physician They disliked each other extremely and the editor took particular pleasure In mangling Renos copy beyond all recognition One night Reno protest ed at sonic blue penciling that was gone recognize your right to edit my stuff doctor said he but I must beg you to do so In such manner that you will not split all of the Infinitives In this Instance you have made my copy over Into a bundle of phraseolog leal kindling wood In reply from the erudite managing editor You seem to be worrying yourself over a mere trllle Mr Reno What Is a split Infini tive an wny A split infinitive replied Reno after a moment of thought is an attachment used On farms It Is a small Implement that we fasten to the nose of u calf when we wish to wean It from Its mother The Journalist The Journalist alone has the privilege of molding the opinion touching the hearts nnd appealing to the reason of hundreds of thousands every day The soldier may wait forty years for his opportunity most lawyers most phy sicians most clergymen die In obscur- Ity but every single day opens new doors for the journalist who holds the confidence of the community and has the capacity to address It Joseph Pu litzer Full of Tragic Meaning- are these lines from J H Simmons of Casey la Think what might have re sulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writesHI had a fearful cough that disturbed my nights rest l tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and permanently cures peventsgripguaranteed 50c lOO Tria bottle free 1BUGGES 1 KINDS TO SUIT YOU AT PRICES TO PLEASE YOU If you want a good buggy a stylish buggy at a low price call upon McCLURE WELLS FIELD SEEDS Best Varieties Lowest Price The Farmer j Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc r completeV I Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have Been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Pan and Elwoid Flab Fluting The Hagan Gasoline Engine arnnniaThisoften refuse to budge and that too at atime when bu WQtryandMcClure Wells SrllflIW Kr 11 7 Springfield Roller Millsii Pride of Washington Springfields Choice + Solid Comfort + t CerstThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield + i iSpringfield Roller Mills f+ Jaatlce Oliver Wendell Holme Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes of the United States supreme court Is sometimes confused with father the late V4a4hIs Oliver Wendell Holmes the infHolmes jurist was born in 4 1841 Twenty years DeloniFarmy when the civil war broke out and fought In some of the most famous battles of the war He was elevated to the United States supreme court bench by appointment of President Roosevelt in 1902 j The Fruit Crop Elizabethtown News The recent cold weather did consider able injury Vto gardens and orchards but what extent to the latter is not yet ascertained Strawberries tomatoes and beans have been the greatest sufferers in the gardens they being killed in the majority of the localities in the county Pears plums and cherries have suffered materially in almost every vicinity and in many places they were totally destroyed The prospects for apples and peaches in the county prior to the late cold spell were never better and to what extent they have been in jured is unobtainable as reports from the various parts of the county are con flicting it is generally conceded how ever that the apple crop has escaped serious injury The peach crop did not escape so fortunately Reports con cerning the crop widelyvary in different sections In some localities they are thought to be entirely killed in other parts of the county they are only partly i killed while the majority of localities TheIreal onneooaeoeaoenooo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome line of Caskets and Banal Peas Telephone Day 19 Night 74 eonoon0800nooo0 oooooooooooooooooooooooooo O LEO S B JB Q HAYDON THOMPSON VWLIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Tmelte HMU Pam4 ifi Iffr Mrs Williams Tile Leading Milliner 4h V New Patterns In Tailored Hats andready to wears for Ladies Misses and chil dren inevery week Come in and see them V I MRS WILLIAMS I T SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday April 19 1905 a ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY J SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield 1 themansTELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ose Year r ILOO Six Months so Three Months 35 changeda1waS youwish tDEMOCIATIC TICKET LltseyCoearrArro Cocsrr CLZRX W F Booker ClaybrookeSHERIFF BrprRDfTESDEXT OF J W Bush JJULEH Geo D Catlett TfitcheUDeputyCOROSER J M WILLIAM JENNINCS BRYAN The most remarkable man in America today Is William Jen nings Bryan Twice nominated for the Presidency twice defeat ed partly through the honest votes of honest men but largely through the outpouring of gold a illgotton from the vaults of the shylocks of Wall Street New York lied upon and maligned through the bought columns of daily newspapers pictured as an enemy to American institutions and a great barrier to the com mercial progress of the nation yet in the minds and hearts of hundreds of thousands of loyal Democratsand perhaps in the minds and hearts of not a few Roosevelt RepublicansBryan is recognized as a great man an honest man a true leader of men Defeat does not retard his efforts toward the accomplishment of those things which he believes to be to the interest of the great toiling masses Like the true soldier he carries the tattered colors on to another battle ask ing no quarter from the enemy cringing not retreating never implicitly believing that Truth crushed to earth shall rise again Bryan never tries to play with popular side unless he believes that side to be right He clearly expresses his opinions upon all questions and then smilingly listens to the barking of trust mag nates and the growlings ofmoney barons for never in his life did he give an opinion favorable to these fellows who are engaged in becoming rich through the the avenues of robbery Bryan Is honest upright genteel cour ageous and we want to be numbered with the fools the knaves the cowards the cutthroats etc etc wfyo believe in him And how many Democrats ar there in Washington county who are in the same boat with theed itor of The Sun i The rapidity with which a lie travels through community will make a streak of zigzag lightning ashamed of itself But thank heaven Truth though slow pulls through the quagmire and finally rounds up with a ray of light and a staff with a lash The newspapers say that the height of Presidents Roosevelts ambition is to killa grizzly It may also be the height jofa grizzlys amibition to kill resident Roosevelt Either event would cause great consternation throughout the country Its a conceded fact that a man who blows down the muzzle of a shot gun or twists a mules tail is a fool but where are you going to place the fellow who put on summer underwear the first of April The Idaho woman who is sq ing for a divorce because he insists on hanging his socks over the head of the bed could have avoided the trouble by wadding cotton up her nose Dont become so busy making preparations to raise a crop of tobacco that you will forget to raise some spring chickens They are also good chawing Bury filth and spread lime and prevent an epidemic of typhoid fever in your community MAUD Misses Roxie and Katherine Wake LouisIyi1leMrs Edith Duncan and Misses Zeddie and Nellie Andrews were in Bardstown Friday Miss Abbie Wakefield a few days here last week with friendsIMiss Stella Wakefield was in Bloom field Saturday Misses Anna Jones and Flora Stallard were in Springfieldshopping one day last weekT TIMrs Josie Settle and daughter Miss Louise spent Sunday at the home of L Royalty JI Mrs L K Stiles of Louisville is visiting in this community Mrs Frank Porter visited relatives here Friday Miss Katie Settle is spending the week with her sister Mrs Bertha Dodson of Stringtown on the Pike- S S Bishop visited his daughter here Sunday Miss Mayme Neale entertained a few of her friends at dinner Saturday- Dr Shehan was in Springfield Mon day Miss Katie Humphrey was in Bloom field Saturday afternoon- G C Andrews and wife were the guests of their parents here Sunday Miss Buelah Arnold has returned home after a visit to her aunt Mrs Walter Thompson of Bloomfield Miss Elizabeth Duncan of Bloomfield spent several days last week with her grandparents Z C Andrews and wife of this place Mrs Emma Karrick and daughter Vella and Miss May Bpdine were the guests of friends in Springfield last week H C Royalty spent Easter at home pont Borrow Trouble Itisa bad habit to borrow possiblyborrowheavy weary and worn out by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness Brights disease and similar internal disorders dont sit down and broodover your symptoms but fly for relief to sureeyour burdened50cGuaranteed if BROOKSVILLE Miss Olive Sutton spent last week with her aunt Mrs Tom Noel shoppingInHelm Keeling bought a buggy from Walter Wells fpr X100 A C Pinkston is on the sick list Fejix Noel spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Noel Sleet Pinkston and wife spent Sunday with his mother at Willisburg Several from here attended Sunday schbol at Hillsboro Sunday afternoon Most of our farmers are busy plough ing and plantingcorn BornTo the wife of Richard Divine on the 20th a son Frank Ash and wife of Pulliam spent Sunday with W Pi Cheatham and family Mss Della Carey of Tatham Spring spent Thursday at this place Mrs Hayes is very low at this time vicinityattended urday night and those who were pres ent report having passed a very pleas ant evening Plans to GetRich breakdown LifePillsare clogging your energies and give you a new start Cure headache and drugdstore McINTIRE William Fowler of Louisville is the guest of relatives near here Robert Nally of Athertoriville is vis iting his parents Mr and Mrs S B NallyAlex Blandford after a pleasant BlandIfordGeorge Thompson near Lebanon was the guest of relatives here Sunday Miss Birt Corbett of Springfield was the pleasant guest of her sister Mrs Mrs Emmet Kelty last week MrS Wat Clements and children of Union county are visiting at the home of G R Clements Mrs Lou Nally of Louisville after a visit to her parents at this place has returned home Dr and Mrs E L McIntire of Fred erickstownwere here several days last week The doctor who was here on a sick call suffered from an attack of asthma which kept him confined to his bed for several days largeebusinessr oeOeOeOe eoeooeoeoeoeoeo aJeooe90000000eoeoo THE BIG STORE IfLIOII r Wall Paper from 2ca roll to the very finest Bor ders and mouldings tOi match Full stock of curtain poles and window shades Lace curtains draperies Carpets and Mattings at prices that will make you want to bu- yRobertson Bros e eo o ene e eoo e eo r000oooeO08peoeQeoeo I THE BIG STORE Iti ft ntl It Gt It ttJIt ItIt ItI It ItI IT It 11 tl ItI ITI ItI ItI ItJ ItI 111 111 T T T T T TT T T MACKVILLE farmers of our community have been busy planting corn but some of them have finished Among the number who attended church at St Rose Sunday from this vicinity Harry Turner and Miss Janie Arnold Mrs Eva Todd and children are visit ing her parents at Somerset Rev Mr Todd is visiting his parents in one of the upper counties Dr W T Barnett and wife have re from a visit of several days in Anderson county Robert Bottom of Stewart spent Saturday night and Sunday with his parents here He was accompanied by I his cousin Miss Hettie Rice of Good Hope Ill- Melvin Gillespie and wife spent Sat urdaynight and Sunday with the latters parents George Warren and at Green Matherly and Vil Hatchett were guests of Mrs James Cregpr one day last week Rev Johnny Key preached at Fen wick last Sunday night James H Cregor is elected delegate to the District conference which will convene at Junction City on May 2 Brother Brewer will preach at Bethel on Sunday April30 Long may The Sun continue to rise and shine is the sincere wish of many Left over from last week Th0 ladies of the Methodist church made quite a successof their supper on last Friday night The public sale of the household and kitchen furniture of Mrs Logan Brown which Saturday afternoon r Beautiful Showing of i Summer Dress j Goods iOrgandies Figured Lawns and Dot Swisses French Lawns Persian Lawns Victoria Lawns Swiss Mulls and Batistes India Linens Jacquard and Madras Ef fects Dress Linens Waist linens Hand +kerchiefs Linens Etc Etc i + 7W E LACES z Of every description were never more used than now and we think we can sup ply the demand as our stock was never larger tJ See our stockof Dress Silks I Robertson Brothers ftt ftt ItI ttIt 111It tIt ItI tl I The very were turned wife liam the took place wmlHhtchett T T T T T TT remarkably well Mrs Brown and family will start for Seymour Ind on next Tuesday where they will make their future home They will be greatly missed in our community Some of our people are of the opinion that they will have to replant their r dens The seeds were put in woeart and germination may fail on account of the cold weather James Cregor and wife spent Satur day with Dr W T Barnett and wife Miss Annie Haydon spent Saturday with Mrs Cal Shewmaker Miss EIs e Leonard of Nevada is visiting friends around Mackville Miss May Birch of Harrddsburg spent Saturday and Sunday at home with her parents Our town hsa new milliner Mrs Willis Bottom who keeps a nice line and sells at reasonable prices John Harmon is putting up a planin- mill which will prove to be of muc benefit to this community Mesdames R L Isham and Mitt Hatchett were in Springfield Monday The hew Christian ceurch here is going up rapidly + Rheumatic 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 surprise and delight of thousands o The quick relief from which it affords is alone worth many HaydonOwing to other business that will take most of my time I will only make Photographs Thursdays Fridays and Saturdays If you want work come at once as I expect to go out of the business in sixty days E A Cox TATHAM SPRING Brother Somers rdayJohn Dennis and family visited at the home of James Coy Sunday Hugh Gordon has purchased a new buggyaJohn Hungate andRoscoeBrownwerer at Greens chapel Sunday John Wells and Frank Hoden were In Lawrenceburg Friday on business Mrs Grider ef Bostonville is visiting her son Murray Grider of this placeJames Hayman bought of Joe Mc Gregor twelve head of bogs at 3 cents poundSome the members of OEvet met Friday papered the church and put down a new carpet preparatory to the Saturdaylito the appearance of the interior of the building Everybody is cordially invited to attend services there Mrs Bruner Armstrong conducted the Bible class Sunday Miss Mollie Hatchett was the guest of Miss Verna Wells Sunday Rumor says there will soon be awed ding- Of Sr fA storehouse and stock of furniture notions groceries stoves and stove repairs tinware etc at Mackville Ky Large store room two stories 24x50 feet a tenfoot wareroom full length Building has 20inch shelving Fine opportunity I desire to sell on account of ill health Can be bought reasonable Easy terms Write or call on T J GRAVES 26 Mackville Ky = t x 1EA1I JXJA1 r The secret of life health happiness is the right kind of a t- onicVIMALTIS THE PERFECT HEALTH TONIC0 BECAUSE it is made from selected Bavarian hops and the best malt barley and it is therefore naturally nutritious and innately invigorating Malt extracts are conceded to be the best tonics the real boon to the weak and afflicted because they are purely vegetable They combine the strengthening vitalizing prop erties of the malted barley with the soothing sedative influences of the hops 7 15 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT HAYDONS DRUG STORE t f f I Jj 4 AifANtTi-OILS VARNISHES COLORS STAINS DRYERS ETCiWe have them for all purposes House paints fence paints barn paints roofing pants Furniture polish and varnishes Also a full line of whitnings fine brushes grainers tools sign writers brushes in fact everything necessary for any job that needs PAINT and at right prices See us before purchasing elsewhere as it will be to your interest to do so The Red Cross Drug Store Springfield KyTelephone 89 ear DR P W WELLS Proprietor + + + + + WI Fill PriserijiiiMs t 4 jtf O O X THE 00000001 I National Bank 0 0 QF o SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKYi 0w D CAPITAL 50000 J3 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 OFFICERS D B L Litsey President a John W Lewis VicePresident nA C McElroy Cashier a iRDIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis n 0Sidney Green F M Campbell H M Grundy nTno O PolinDWe grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have not already an account with t his 0 bank we invite your patronage 3 0 0 oo 0 0 0 0 0 po 0 O Local News Notes Pork chops at Carpenters Fresh fish received at Carpenters each Thursday r Try a nice steak Carpenters is the place to get it Sausage fresh made every dayat Carpenters D F Logan of Danville bought of 1 R Claybrooke a very fine fouryear old horse last Monday Will Hagan is the BEST fisherman in towndecidedly the best If anybody doubts it we will prove it to em Haydon Barber have for sale a nice lot of Millet Seed Get their prices be fore you buy They will save you money Mrs M A Noe sold to Taylor Spald ing last week a lot on Virginia avenue Mr Spalding will begin the erection of a nice cottage at once The District conference of the ME Church South of the Lebanon district will meet at Greensburg next Friday wilSTRAYEDDark days bay mare 15 brands high blind in left eye about ten years old Return to either W B Yowell of Simms or J A Rollins Lebanon and receive reward From some sections of the State the report is to the effect that fruit is killed from other sections it is said toc besafe Let us all hope that the w fruit crop this season will be a peach The Easter sale of the Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church on lastSaturday afternoon was largely at tended and was a success from a financial standpoint the society having real ized a profit of over S50 1 It is positively against the rules of the Postoffice department for rural mail- menl to carry packages 9r anything else unstamped If you want to send a pig to Springfield by a ruralroute many u will have to cover its back with 2 cent postage stamps The City Council of Nicholasville has passed an Ordinance prohibiting all boys and girls under fifteen years of ag from being on the streets after 8 pm At this hour the courthouse bell rings and every boy and girl who cant account for more than fifteen years must make a move toward home Henry a little son of WT Merritt of near Pleasant Grove met with quit a serious accident lash Saturday a larg farm gate falling uponjhirn and break ing his right leg above the knee Th fracture is a serious one and it will some time before he will have use o f his leg However he is now doing well 1 Powell who lives on the farm 1Wood Attorney T Scott Mayes breaking some ground on last jjjdollarsthe other of 1809 The coin bearing the date of 1774 was sold to a drumme- for 5 Mr Powell is now looking fo rDmore of the samel A game of ball between Springfield and St Marys will be played at the SCQoolnext25 cents Ladies free The gamei promises to be an interesting one fessor Colvin will do the twirling for the home boys with Thunder behind the bat Auctioneer S M Campbell reports the following stock sales for last Monday One aged mule 81 one aged mule 6750 one cow and calf 3Q one old cow 1825 two heifers 1930 two yearlings 1540 one calf 856 one calf 660 one sow and pigs 1080 horse 4250 one at at 5025rne4550 one mule 2550 one at 5850 one at 30 and one mule at 6250 Rev W T Gordon recently of Wichita Kan will deliver a lecture at the Methodist church in Springfield on- Friday May 5 at 8 oclockIJ m under the auspices of the Womans Home Mission Society of the Methodist church for church benefit Subject A Sail the Sea of MatrimonyIts Preparation Pleasures and Perils Love courtship marriage the home and kindred subjects will be discussed The lecture will be instructive entertaining- full of humor and pathos All classes of society will be interested in it It has been highly commended by those who have heard it- Eor L Sale A desirable home east of Springfield nicely located in good neighborhood near Graded School has large lot and garden plenty of water Terms easy WPLAWRENCE- tfl Springfield Ky Notice To Town Taxpayers Lj You are hereby notified that the city taxes for 1905 are now due and in my hands for collection C L PRICE City tax Collector Wool Growers police I am paying 27J cents per pound for wool to be deli eyed at Texas Parties desiring to sell me their wool may com municate with me either by mail or telephone at Texas Ky Price subject to change at any time For further particulars address COL R D WHAYNE Sub Agent for W J DE BAUM Gen Agent A home for sick and invalid letter carriers wiil be established on the out skirts of Colorado Springs C- olRealtyBargains x 196 acres fine Washington county splendid Improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land improvedk100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000- m3Q7 acres Spencer county a good acreshemppropehouses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm WriteieW T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 6 f r i oooOOIoooeoooo5 00 Personal Notes f oo ArRound Up of the Weeks Personal News oooeoodooooooo 0 Frank Npe who has been connected with The Sun since its establishment last November feft Sunday morn ng for Hardinsburg where he has ac cepted an important position on the Breckenridge Democrat Franks a good newspaper man industrious sober honest and honorable and we predict for him success in his new field of labor Mr R W Gordon and wife who have been at Herfdersonville N C lastiis proved and he and his wife are delighted with the climate They will returnto Hendersonville again in the fall Mr J R Mayes of Henderson ville N C is here td spend a few days with relatives and friends Mr Mayes and family moved to Hender sonvile last December on account of his daughters illhealth We are glad to learn that she is improving Messrs ML Searcy H M Grun dy T D Wells and Rev J C Hoskin son attended the meeting of The Marion Command ry KtT on last Friday evening The degrees of the order werd conferred upon Rev Hoskinson ryShultzJack McChord and Mr Bush left this morning for a weeks fishing triponi Chaplin river at Tatham Springs Missj Nell Wilcox returned to her in Louisville this morning after spending a few days here the guest of Miss Myrtle Price buss Margaret McChord who ils attending school in Louisville spent 1a few day here with her parents lost weekiMisses Gertrude Stoker and Nojra Hurstand Messrs Tom Stoker and Harrold Hurst of Bardstown i visited Miss Myrtle Price Sunday Misses Ula and Lizzie Wathen have returned to their home at Bardstown Junction after spending a few days with Miss Fladget Simms John D Dorsey left yesterday fjpr Louisville where he accepted a position with the Louisville Railway Company Mrs J S Claybrooke is visiting her parents in Bardstown for a few days Attorneys T Scott Mayes and W F Grigsby are at n today pn business Mrs WF Grigsby is visiting friends and relatives at Chaplin this week Miss Emma Adams of Harrods- burg is visiting her brother of near town Misses Rebecca and Mattie r cIElroy 6f Lebanon are here visiting their untie MrR F McElroy Mrs Emmet Wiggington of Fairfield has returned home after a visit to her sistct Mrs M W Hyatt Miss Bertha Haydon has returned home after a visit to her sister Mrs Spalding at Bardstown v Mrs Karrick and daughter Vella have returned home after a visit to friends here Miss Fladget Simms was at home fromschool at Nazareth to spend a few days the past week Miss Mary Gleason has returned home after a visit to friends at Man ton Mr and Mrs J I Wimsatt and t children visited Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown last week Miss Lucile Vanatta of Shelbyville is visiting tier cousin Miss Margaret Jones Miss Alathaire Medley is visiting Miss Lois Gowdy at Campbellsville this week Hon C C McChord is at home from Frankfort Fredericksttown visited friends here this week A crowd from here spent last Sunday in Louisville Mr Ben F Simms is in Bardstown today on business Mr JL spentyesterdaya in Louisville Miss Ella Thompson is visiting friends in Louisville this week Mr John Clements of Lebanon was in Springfield Sunday Rev Joseph Hogarty of Lebanon spent Monday in town Mr arid Mrs HP McChord spent Sunday with friends in Lebanon Mr B D Lake spent several days in Louisville on business last week Mrs T S Mayes and daughter May were in Louisville Monday Misses Lydia and Hallie Huston of Maud visited friends here last week Hon W C McChord was in Lebanon two days this week on business ICARDWEl The sick are reported better this week Reuben Foster will start for his home Greenwood Ill Thursday W L Graham sold a sevenyearold mare to R A Willham for 90 H J Brown bought from Tom Mob ley a nineyearold mare and colt for 0100 cash J A Kyler and E G Holiday bought this week the following stock From N B Royalty twelve hogs weight 2 200 pounds at4icents from E T Perkins one bull at 5 cents per pound from yoL Graham two fat cows weight 1800 at 3 cents and one hog at 7 from J W Sims one bull at 3 cents from J W Long two veal calves at 850 from Lee Wood one veal calf at 3 R T Perkins bought from E G Holiday one bay mare for 40 N B Royalty last week delivered his crop of tobacco which weighed 6000 pounds to Mr Moss at 8c per pound Miss Nora McMullin is teaching music at WG Sims this week W H Littrell is looking for a mule buyer He has a fine one measuring a little over two feet W D White and family T J Lay andwife and E T Perkins and family all Qsited at R A Willhams Sunday W L Graham E G Holiday H J Brown and E T Perkins attended court in Springfield Monday Will Lester of stony spent Sunday evening here E G Holiday bought a fouryearold horse for 60 in Springfield Monday DayisiNoel sold to JA Boulware a threeyearold h rse for 125 From Anot er Correspondent Some farmeR report that thecold weather has not yet killed the fruit W G Sims b ught an organ frqjn John Britton for 75 Thomas Mobl y sold a mare and colt to Jerome Brow i for 100 E G Holiday has sold the crops of tobacco which h recently bought from Long and Denin Henry Moore and wife visited S 0 Milton at Harro nightILoyd Catlett and wife and J hn T and Robert Lay with their wiv js spent Sunday with Luddie Jenkins nd wife I A large crovrd attended church at Glens Creek Su day N B Royalt delivered his crop of r r s = tobacco to the Continental at Springfield last week at B cents per pound Sam Long who has been on the sick list is improving Calvin Leonard was the guest of his brother Richard Leonard at Tablow last week I TEXAS Rev W T Gordon delivered an excellent lecture here lastThursday night Every one muchIHerman Pu school at Louisville was called home lastSaturday to see his sister Mrs C F Kimberlin who is not expected to liveMr Stixrude of Louisville made a short visit to his brotherinlaw Rev J W Campbell last week Mesdames R T Best and Nancy Coca nougher spent last Thursday with the- latters daughter Mrs Robert Arnold Mrs Henry Wilson of Lebanon is visiting her daughter Mrs Edna Brady this week Will Peterson and wife spent last Saturday night With Mrs Hardjn Nel sonEd and Charley Litsey of Pleasant Grove visited friends here Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Wes Brady of Harrodsburg visited her sister Mrs Lawrence the past week Mrs William Myers 1s very low pneumoniaMrs oft Coyle and daughter near here were the pleasant guests of Mrs M H Coyle of Springfield last Saturday Rev G V Todd of Mackville preached a very interesting sermon here Saturday night A very large crowd attended Quite a numberof young people went from here to St Rose last Sunday Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home after a short visit to her sister Mrs Roberts near Mac ville iRev Hoski son and family of Spring field spent Sunday night with Mrs P Ci W Peterson Ray Gordon and wife have returned home from California where they have been for the last few months for the formers health We are glad to say he has improved greatly = iii 4 D fprDiplopiar means double youThisIt mainly appears EyeAndIts tearwarning Cry fEM RUSSELLJ- eweler and Opttdan When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertisement out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off kEEE E W T w I n- W wC I- Kw w SftfiEEEEEI Er That tick on time can bebought = at Graves at alowprice Also a i Jjj nice line of jewelry Have your eyes tested and glasses fitted Call and see la- ink33333313li ffW w n JasW fI W Graves w auto ST lei w w 333 SHEEP J DIP I- c UWe have busenb rrshthe liquid and Coopers in the pow 4er from which you simply i9LtQr water and you have it JUft as good as ANY and a LITTLE BETTER than a great nanj andvery conveinient as a smalT package makes Twentyfive galr I6nt CHEAP VERY GHEAP r See us about prices r THE RED tCROSSDRUG STtfRE PR P W WELLS PROPRIET- r 1 prrk I eft r J I Furniture Bargains Tell me your Furniture Wants and lam sure- I can satisfy them have a handsome r F everything in the furniture line and am preparedIto quote some very low prices Fireand House Screens upt6date 75 cents andup Door and Window Screens at Lowest prices Picture Easelsthe Prettiest Lie you ever saw All kinds of Porch and Lawn Goods Baby Carriages and GoCarts Come in see my goods and get my prices J WALTER E LEACHMAN e Good Catch Harrodsburg Herald R S Egbert brought a fortyfive pound catfish to town Monday He caught it near Munday Landing The fish was hung on a small newlight hook Mr Egbert thought his hook was en tangled in some chunk and he pulled it with difficulty to the top ef the watery saw the fins reached out with both hands caught it in each gill and with considerable effort pulled it into the boat He sold it to Sheriff Chinn for 480 READ THIS Bowling Green Ky June 12 1901 Dr E W Han St Louis Mo Dear SirI have used your Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery for ney and bladder troubles and cheerfully recommend it to all suffer ing from kidney and bladder trouble Respectfully J H HESPEN A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will b sent by mail on receipt of L On small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to a e Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 628 St Louis for testimonial Sold by all druggist The grand larceny judgment against Harry Weaver of Louisville waS re versed by the Court of Appeals The handsome home of Brutus J Clay at Austerlitzj Bourbon county t valued at 10000 was destroyed by fire Noe Wilhoit Lebanon Enterprise Walter W Wilhoit who has for someI citywasin Louisville to Miss Grace Noe of that city The ceremony was performed by the Rev F M Petty at the home the brides brotherinlaw Dr Claude A Thixton immediately after whi the couple left for New Orleans on a bridal tour Mr Wilhoit is district manager of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company with offices in the Marion National Bank building and during the time he has resided here has made many friends who extend best wishes Ttfr and Mrs Wilhoit will reside in this city Preachers Predicaments Springfieldcan a some for lunch one Sunday and took it to char with liini He carried the sausage the back pocket of his coatvand a dog catching the scent followed him E ery few feet the preacher would kick backwahl at the dog without lookir aroundi Arriving at church the preac er bejran the services and the dog lay down bfcliind the altar A fey minutes later one of the den cons stole quietly up behind the preach er in tending to hand him a sheet of paper dad pulled his coat tail With out glancing back the preacher gave one vicious kick and sent the deacon tieup a stralgtMy friends this thieving scoundrel has been trying to rob me ever since I made a purchase at the butcher shop before coming here When the preacher discovered what lie had done he coat Te gation and went quti Je to kick the dog Sedalia 1101 Democrat J C Tipton associate editor of the Middlesboro Ky News was killed by a train near Pineville Acrmr CURE SPRAINSWOUNDS IONS GALLS BRUISES CONTRACT FEETt1JlNSAN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives out Pain proomoteselasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True Texas writes My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment which effected complete cure I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work USEDtTHREE SIZES 25c 50c and 1 00 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C L HAYDON Springfield Ky ljA SADPLIGHT Of An Unfortunate Jessamine County Girl In Harrodsburg foind In A Dying Condition Harrodsburg Herald The Sad plight of an unfortunate girl came to light late yesterday afternoon when a colored woman tolcKofficers Britton and Herron that if they would investigate they could probably unravel a deep mystery at the home of Mary Dean on Chiles street one block from Main Being pressed by the officers for an explanation she said that las Sunday she heard the cries of an infan- in Mary Deans home This so aroused her curiosity that she watched hen and rfaryleftin went up stairs and discovered a dead baby in one of the rooms Th two officers immediately sought tinttoorous knocks they were admitted and found a rather pretty woman lying o n a bed and suffering much pain Mary was asked if there was a baby in the house and she answered that there was a clild up stairs The three officials re paired to the Upper floor and there most horrifying spectacle met their gaze for they found a dead baby bo of large size lying on the top of an old bureau with a dirty rag spread over its face The rag was removed showing an ugly bruise on the head of the little one Mary stated that the woman came to her home some weeks ago and that the child was born dead last Sunday and had been placed on the bureau where it had remained for the four days The woman gave her name as Stella Royce that she was 19 years of and an and that her ho stofman namE Ross was the father of her chchild Coroner Gibbs was notified turned the remains over to Stagg A jury will be impaneled to pay and the matter will be sifted to the bottom Poor Browning Browning sitting down dally after breakfast to write so many lines b Hevlngf that he was bound to do so a It was worth dplng That Is a pitiful spectacle What a grotesque Illusion duty can become Browning Is n pro er target for criticism for the wlcked est criticism He was not writing hadinwrote wrotewhat Bordello Fl vfine at the Fair Prince Hohenstiel Seliwangnu And be hypnotized a por IdhIn despair they formed a society with a pnratus for cracking these nuts find them nil empty John Davidson In Author o Killed the Ravager oHarrodsburg Herald lahtravaging the flower beds and commit ting depredations on the vegetationf County Attorney W I yap pinmuchsurprised to see a very large groundhog work its way through ti fence And begin to make its breakfa off the daisies buttercups and violets that grew in profusion He ended its career by putting a bullet through its body A Short And Goon Rotation if an IDl1uowlitng a prairie far- within m Ie limits of the corn belt will jUHtpiiu into operation the following system of crop rotation viz first year cropIoff a cr p of clover hay in July and plow un ler the neeond crop the lust of September planting again to com the four your he will do Hint whi vlll lust e him nt leant sixty busbt of corn to The acre fifty of outs arid a soil which will under such ro- consUmtJ riche nt1moreproducti e This plan may Very well be varied a little to suit farm needs by keeping the field n yclir In pasture in addition and by using In the field preferably in con nection w tit this corn crop all the avail nfoic fertlrizer on the farm Doing nnd keeping enough stock to consuzi- itll trO llct of the land on farm will enable the probate court turn over to the heirs a more fertile and valuable farm than when It was a 11 from the wild Thirteen lives were lost in a convent fire at Genevieve at Quebec Sores Disappeared Miss Mary Fagan 430 Ferry St Kansas City Mostates that she used Paracamph for Eczema and found it Sealing and soothing and its use is causing the sores on her face to fast disappear No other skin disease stubbornly resists the efforts to c with ordinary remedies as Eczema It has been pronounced incurable bYshow some physicians Paracamph is guar anteed to clear the skin of all traces 0f dry Eczema in from two to four tine if used continuosly Money back if dont t t 1he Pledge INew York Times heartrlnYou youwontNo matter even if your sweetheart asts you to you tell What you have crost your heart about wellY no matter what you do No boysallWhenever you go fishin an they ever go along C itisQJ littleboyWho crost his heart an hoped to de airswore hed keep it true htTst YallSos after that they hated him an when theyre in a crowd An himtattletaleeAn HenryBemis hetCuz istheAt you can do and even if yu waS a kingAn heart an hoped to die you wouldnt neVer dast To tell what some one told you but rAnhim at told you said heartYoAnas he was mum X toyourdearest About Rheumatism There are few diseases that i flit t more torture than rheumatism and there is probably no disease for hith lemediesit can be cured is therefore a bold bufChamberiainsPain sale has met with great success in the applicationsufferersbave Balaffordsmt a trifle For sale by C J Haydon Secretary Hay who has just left reedYpanSale1 caWe have farms for sale in Nelson and adjoining dounties Cost you noth contoTrust Co We also sell Stores Hotels Saw Mills Planing Mills Dwellings EM Write for list No 1 75 acresJ mile to Mackville 5 room house barn and all outbuildings tobaccolandNo 2 Planing Mill and Saw Mill combined lot 12 acres 5 long sheds 20 eet wide 1 boiler nearly new 60 horse ower 2 engines 35 H P 1 laner and matcher universal machine shapersturning 1 2 inserted tooth saws 1 60 inch saw 1 completeatPrice 2500 No 3 190 acres 40 per acre 1 mile Railroad depot on pike 6 room log house outbuildingbalance strong tobacco land 1 mile to school andchurch No4 133 acres 4500 on pike or 7 miles from Springfield in Pleasant Grove neighborhood good mouse stock barn tobacco barn 38x50 all other outbuildings all built in last 12 years all landilsNo5 52 acres 2J miles of Bards town on turnpike new 7 room frame house halls and porches barn meat house 2 poultry houses buggy house shed tool house cellar and other build failson splendid fruit orchard fencing new wire one half in bluegrass Terms liberal Price 4000 15NoG 112 acres 1 mile from Bards town 2 room fume house good barn house meathouse and other building fencing good mostly nee wire abundant water young orchard 10 acres fineneliberaltoNo7 382 acr 8 miles of Spring andporchtenant house 100 acres new tobacco sprinkNo8 203 acres 55 acre 9 miles of storybrickoutbuildings wells cisterns and ponds extra well fenced fine bluegrass farm nearly all in grass well storyarein good repair does fine business will books 2800 KYit L Ii s Screens OR Flies WHICH DO YOU WANTJ We will sell you the Screens The fly comes without buying The SelfFitting Window Screen They fit themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop Springfield Lumber Co i 11 e r r The Cabbage Snake UptoDate Farming The disturbance created last fall by the socalled cabbage snake had a wider nge and was more intense than those do not know could imagine and We deem this an opportune time to speak it as many who alwaYsraise cab as a part of their garden truck theyrstill regard it as they were taught to regard t last fall There is no doubt that there was an insect in the cabbage heads between the leaves in quite large numbers last faUa minute white worm with a dark heada small snakelike worm that had movements like a snake It had no doubt been there in other years and ats racke attention It must have appeared last year in greater numbers than usual While humans may not care to make a diet of these snakes and we saw them in such numbers last that the cabbageeaters diet must necessarily be partly of them they are not poisonous and all reports of deaths sickness from eating them were untrue the trouble being evidently from som other cause They are what is known as a parasite of the grasshopperthat is an which lives upon the grasshopper lit and ticks live upon animals Why they were in such numbers in the cabbage last fall we have not seen explained nor are we able to explain it Dr S A Forbes State Entomologist of Illinois and a very high authority says they are not all injurious to the cabbage and that they can not be to humans who might take them with their food that reports of injurious effects on their account from eating cabbage have been traced to their source and found erroneous The readers of Up toDate Farming may safely continue to raise cabbage For a Weak Digestion- No medicine can replace food bu Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets will help you to digest you food It is not the quantity of food taken that gives strenght and to the svstam uttheamountdigestEdandassimilated If roubled with a weak digestion dont fail to give those Tablets a trial use by1CO Q90QOOOOOOOO1 You will Save H Ry selecting your reading Suns Club I bing list StSSi iSsSiSiS4SiSiD- eaths i In Nelson Kentucky Standard Mrs Harriet Bishop died last Thursday at the residence of her nephew Murray N Bishop of Woodlawn of ailments resulting from old age Mr Searles Davis died at His home at Bloomfield last Sunday aged about sixtyfive years Sister Lorettine of Nazareth died at texingronFriday mint She had been a wearer of the vei for a period of thirty years and totheSpilled Hot Grease FrnYKansas St r over her hand burning it severely She applied Paracamph and the painatonce subsidedand her hand was wen two days afterward The duties of a house wife subject her to danger bf barns Little childern playing about the stove or where there is hot water etc is a Bee burnlikecomes the danger of disfigurmeot for GttaraateedeA Horrible Death t Hartford Herald Young Ghelis Hunt about twelve years old son of James Hunt who lives on the farm of Mrs Sara Collins Smith near Dundee this county met with a tefrible death last Wednesday He was riding a farm horse and had stopped to water the animal By some means hel slipped from the horses back and his foot got caught in a cechai1iT- his frightened the horse and it started to running and dragged the boy to death It was some time before the animal was caught when the boy was found to bedead and terribly disfigured and mutilated The harness w almost entirely torn from the horse in its wild flight The little fellow who met thsuch a horrible and tragic end wa jtHe only child of his parents and his awful dedth has cast a deep gloom overtlie whole community i nryrarprtnnrsnrirsrio T 0 oI no o Clubbing Rates J FOR n I 1905- o 1 0 n s fo 0 LTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN and r f 1 a 0 o o Money 0 o matterCt TheD Ct Q t jpersl3Bryans n Weekly CourierJoumaLJ5J 5NashvilleWeekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 D 15SemiWeekly L75ThriceaWeek n Home and Farm 5AmericanAmerican Farmer t 150 sFarmo 17SReview o pScnbnersLedger 1t5t Harpers Magazine 435 351Sunny 0 iI tD Q 5 Address The Sun Springfield Ky h J Lt- 1 nnn t It Ctt lt g rlt i0 aQ IE n Iatftjo31 t t r ijas 4 r 5 IV 1i W i 1 l httf 1 s s J t i 7r ns Z wt j 4 = neWlogs the 11i ii Fat r IBy LOUISTRACY 9 MOrOlns i Copyright Edward J 1903 Clodei 67z i1 I W tt 1 1 ti iJif Mf P sWl w w w- He was right As they came out into the open he saw three men not two pushing off a large sampan One of them was the chief Then Jenks un derstood that his bullet had hit the lock of the Dyaks uplifted weapon wIth the result already described By a miracle he had escaped He coolly prepared to slay the three of them with the same calm purpose that distinguished the opening phase of this singularly one sided conflict The distance was much greater per haps SOO yards from the point where the boat came into view He knelt and fired He judged that the missile struck 4 the craft between the trio 1 didnt allow for the sun on the side of the fore sight he said or per haps I am a bit shaky after the run In any event they cant go far k A hurrying step on the coral behind him caught his ear Instantly he sprang up and faced aboutto see Iris They are escaping she said No fear of that he replied turning away from her Where are the others Dead 4Do you mean that you tilled neatly alj those men I Six of them There were nine in alLHe knelt again lifting the rifle Iris threw herself on her knees by leis side There was something awful to her In this chill and businesslike declaration of a fixed purpose Mr Jenks she said clasping her hands in an agony of entreaty do not kill more men for my sake For my own sake then he growled annoyed at the interruption as the sampan was afloat Then I ask you for Gods sake not to take another life What you have al ready done was unavoidable perhaps right This is murder He lowered his weapon and looked at her If those men get away they will bring back a host to avenge their com ra iand secure you he added It may be the win of Providence for such ahlng to happen Yet I Implore youto spare them He placed the rifle on the sand and raised her tenderly fpr she had yield ed to a paroxysm of tears Not another word did either of them speak in that hour The large triangular sail of the sampan was now bellying out in the south wind A figure stood up in the stern of the boat and shook a menacing arm at the couple on the beach It was the Malay chief cursing them with the rude eloquence of his barba rous tongue And Jenks well knew what he was saying CHAPTER VIII looked long and steadfastly retreating boat Soon it TrEY to a mere speck on smooth sea The even breeze kept its canvas taut arid the sailor knew that no ruse was intended The Dyaks were flying from the island In fear and rage They would return with a force sufficient to Insure the wreaking of their vengeance That he would again encounter them at no distant date Jenks had no doubt whatever They would land in such numbers as to render any resistance difficult and a prolonged defense Im possible Would help come firsta distracting question to which definite answer could not be given The sail ors brow frowned in deep lines his brain throbbed now with an anxiety singularly at variance with his cool demeanor during the fight He was ut terly unconscious that his left arm en circled the shoulder of the girl until she gently disengaged herself and said appeallngly Please Mr Jenks do not be angry with me I could not help it I could not bear to see you shoot them Then he abruptly awoke to the real e sties of the Jnoment Come he said Itch drawn features relaxing into a wonderfully pleasing smile We will return to our castle We are safe for the remainder of this day at any rate- Something must be said or done to reassure her She was still grievously disturbed and be naturally ascribed her agitation to the horror of her cap ture He dreaded a complete collapse if any further alarms threatened att once Yet he was almost positive though search alone would set at rest the last misgiving that only one sam pan had visited the Island Evidently the Dyaks were unprepared Jis lie for the events of the preceding half hour They were either visiting the Island to procure turtle and bechedemeror had merely called there en route to some other destination and the change In the wind had unexpectedly compelled them tel put ashore Beyond all doubt they must have been Surprised by the warmth of the reception they encoun teredProbably when he Went toSummlt rock that morning the savages had steadilyfpaddling north against wind and cur rent The most careful scrutiny of the sea would fifil to rev al them beyond a distance ofisix or seven miles at the utmost 1J After landing hi the hidden bay on the south side they crossed the island f t through the trees Instead of taking the more natural open way along the beach Why 7 The tact that he and Iris were then passing the grown over tract leading to the valley of death Instantly determined this point The Dyaks knew of this affrighting hollow and would not approach any nearer to It than was unavoidable Could he twist this circumstance to advantage If Iris and he were still stranded there when the superstitious sea rovers next put in an appearance He would see All depended on the girls strength If she gave way now if instead of taking Instant measures for lsafety he were Called upon to nurse her through a fever the outlook became not only desperate but hopeless And while he bent his rows In worrying thought the color was returning to Iris cheeks and natural buoyancy to her step It is the fault of all men to underrate the marvelous courage and constancy of woman in the face of difficulties and trials Jenks was no exception to the rule You do not ask me for any account of my adventures she said quietly after watching his perplexed expression in silence for some time Her tone almost startled him Its un assumed cheerfulness was so unlooked for Xo he answered I thought you were too overwrought to talk of them at present Overwrought Not a bit of it I was dead beat with the struggle and with screaming for you but please dont Imagine that I am going to faint or treat you to a display of hysteria now that all the excitement has ended I admit that I cried a little when you pushed me aside on the beach and rais ed your gun to fire at those poor wretches flying for their lives Yet perhaps I was wrong to hinder you You were wrong he gravely inter ruptedIThen you shduld not have heeded me No I dontf mean that You ill ways conslderm first dont you No matter what I ask you to do you en deavor to please me even when you know all the time that I am acting or speaking foolishly The unthinking naivete of her words sent the blood coursing wildly through his mind she went on with earnest simplicity God has been very good tu us I cannot believe that he has preserved ius from so many dangers to permit us to perish miserably a few hours or days before help comes And I do want to tell you ex actly what happened Then you shall he answered But first drink this They bad reached their camping ground and he hastened to procure a small quantify of brandy She swallowed the spirit although she really needed no such adventitious support she said All right commented Jenks If you dont want a drink I do- hI can quite believe it she retorted Your case is very different I knew the men would not hurt =after the first shock of their appearance had passed I mean I also knew that you would save me But you Mr Jenks had to do the fighting You were called upon to rescue precious me Good gra cious No wonder you were excited The sailor mentally expressed Lila in ability to grasp the complexities of feminine nature but Iris rattled on I carried my tin of water to the pitcher plant and was listening to the greedy roots gurgling away for dear life when suddenly four men sprang out from among the trees and seized my arms before I could reach my revolver Thank heaven you failed You think that if I had fired at them they would have retaliated Yes espe chilly If I had hit the chief But It was he who Instantly gave some order and I suppose it meant that they were not to hurt me As a matter of fact they seemed to be quite as much astonished as I was alarmed But if they could hold my hands they could not stop my voice so readily Oh didnt I yell t You did I suppose you could not hear me distinctly Quite distinctly Every word bent to pick some leaves and bits of dry grass from her dress Well you know she continued rapidly In such moments one cannot choose ones words I Just shouted the first thing that came into my head And I be said picked up the first rifle I could lay my hands on Now Miss Deane as the affair has ended so happily may I venture to ask you to remain in the cave until I return Oh please she began Really 1 must insist I would not leave you if It were not quite Impera tive You cannot come with me Then she understood one at least of the tasks he must perform and she meekly obeyed He thought It best to go alonk Turtle beach to the cove and thence follow the Dyaks trail through the wood as this line of advance would entail practically a complete circuit of the island He omitted no precautions In his ad- Vance Often he stopped and listened intently Whenever he doubled a point or passed among the trees he crept back and peered along the way hef had come to see if any lurking foes were breaking shelter behind shim The marks on the sand proved that only one sampan hud been beached Thence he found nothing of special interest untIl he came upon the chiefs gun lying close to the trees on the north side It was a very ornamental weapon a muzzle loader The stock was Inlaid with gold and ivory the piece had evidently been from some mnndmtrins junk 10btedI and sacked in n former foray The lock was smashed by the impact of Jenks Vifle bullet but close In vestigntloiuiof the trigger guard and the discovery of certain unmistakable eg on the showed that the Dyak jader had lost two if not three fingers of his iright hand So he has something more than his passion to nurse infused That at any rate is ortbmite He will be in no mood for further enterprise for some time to come He dreaded lest any of the Dyaks should be only badly wounded and likely to live It was an actual relief to his nerves to thud that the improvised dumdums had done their work too well to permit anxiety on that score He gathered the guns swords and creeses of the slain wit i nil their un couth belts and ornamei ts In pursu ance of a vaguely deHn d plan of fu ture actiii he also div sted some of the men of their coarse garments and collected six queer looking hats shaped like inverted basins These things he placed in n heap near the pitcher plants Thenceforth for half an hour the placid surface of the lagoon was disturbed by the black dorsal fins of many sharks His guess at the weather conditions heralded by the change of wind was right As the two partook of their even ling meal tire complaining surf lashed the reef and the tremulous branches of the taller treks voiced the approach of tnihoonI midiIly worn by the events of the day gale chanted a wild melody in mournful chords and the noise of the watery downpour on the tarpaulin roof of Belle Vue castle was such as to ren der conversation impossible save in wearying shouts Luckily Tenks carpentry was effec live though rough The building was water tight and he had calked every crevice with unraveled rope until Iris apartment was free from the tiniest draft The very fury of the external turmoil acted as a lullaby to tile She was soon asleep and the sailor was left to his thoughts Sleep he could not He smoked stead ily With a magnificent prodigality for his small stock of tobacco was fast di minishing He ransacked his brains to discover some method of escape from this enchanted Island where fairies Jostled with demons and hours of utter happiness found their bane In moments of frightful peril Of course he ought to have killed those fellows who escaped Their sampan might have provided a last desper ate expedient It other savages effected a landing Wen there was no use In being wise after the event and scheme as hemight he could devise no way to avoid disaster during the next attack This he felt certain would take place at night The Dyaka would land In force rush the cave and hut and overpower him by sheer numbers The fight if fight there was would be sharp but decisive Perhaps It lie red i Had done ticjr work too well celved some warning Iris nnd he might retreat In the darkness to the cover of the trees A last stand could be made among the bowlders on Summit rock But of what avail to purchase their freedom until daylight And then If ever man wrestled with desperate problem Jenks wrought that night H6 smoked and pondered until tie storm passed and with the changeful- ness of u poets musea full moor flooded the island In glorious radiance He rage opened the door and stood without looking steadily at the bril liant luminary for some time then his eyes were attracted by the strong lights thrown upon the rugged face of the precipice into which the cavern burrowed Suddenly he uttered a startled exclamation i neweir noticed that before The Kokomo Standard SIAIa4 0lY8hFTfI ffACI4t i And Special Graduated mond Mesh FarmFence have been made by fence manufacturers to build a fence that would meet the uni MANYefforts and n dafter countless unsuccessful trials have finally found it necessary toadopt of fencing and attempt to create a demand for same A successful fence must havesufficientfence are the same distance apart throughout the fence is too expensive If you leave any line wires out you weaken the fence more than you can overcome by the use of cable wires This being the case there is but one solution Build a Fence with the Spacing of the Line Vires Graduated from B LargestItresh Steel Farm Fence because it is Ideal in Construction Strong and Durable and in fact is a fence that will fill the long felt wants For Sale By HAYDQN BARBER The feature which so earnestly claim ed his attention wet a deep ledge di rectly over the mouth of the cave but some forty feet from the ground Be hind It the wail of rock sloped darkly Inward suggesting a recess extend ing by haphazard computation at least a couple of yards It occurred to him that perhaps the fault in the interior of the tunnel hud its outcrop here and the Influences of rain and sun had ex tended the weak point thus exposed in the bold panoply of stone He surveyed the ledge from different points of view It wits quite inaccessible sand most difficult to estimate accurately from the ground level The sailor was a man of action He chose the nearest tall tree and began to climb He was not eight feet from the ground before several birds flew out from its leafy recesses filling the air with shrillclucking The devil take them he growled for he feared that the commotion would awaken Iris He was still laboriously worming his way through the Inner maze of branches when a well known voice reached him from the ground Mr Jenks what on earth are you doing up there Oh So those wretched fowls aroused your n he replied Yes but wily did you arouse them I had a fancy to roost by way of a change Please be serious- I am more than serious This trnc grows a variety of small sharp thorn that induces a maximum of gravity before one takes the next step But why do you keep on climbing uIt Is sheer lunacy I admit Yet on such n moonlit night there Is some rea sonable ground for even a mad excuse Mr Jenks tell me at once what you nre doing Iris strove to be severe but there was a touch ofjunxlety In her tone that In stnutJYImtde the sailor apologetic lie told her about the ledge and explained his half formed notion that here times might secure a safe retreat In wise if further attack a refuge from which they might defy assault during nuinI days It was he said absolutely Im possible to wait until the morning He must at once satisfy himself whether the project was impracticable or worthy of further Investigation So the girl only enjoined him to be careful and he vigorously renewed the climb At last some twentyfive feet from the ground an accidental parting hi time branches enabled him to get a good lJok at the ledge One glance set his heart heating Joyously It was at let fifteen feet In length It Shelved back until Us depth was lost in the blackness of the shadows and the floor must be either nearly level or sloping slightly inward to the line of the fault Time place was u perfect eagles nest A chamois could hot reach It froth direction It became accessible to man only by means of a ladder or a balloon More excited by this discovery than he cared To Iris to know ho endeavored to appear unconcerned when he regained the ground Well she said tell me sill about It He described the nature of the cavity as well he understood It at the mo ment and emphasized his previous explanation of its virtues Here they might reasonably hope to snake a sue cessful stand against the Dyaks Then you feel sure that those awful creatures willcome back she said slowlyOnly too sure unfortunately How remorseless poor humanity Is when veneer Is stripped off Why cannot they lel1eus In peace Perhaps if I had not been here they would not have Injured Somehow I seem to bo bound up withyour misfortunes I would not have It otherwise were It in my power he answered For an instant he left unchallenged the girls assumption that she was In any way responsible for the disasters which had broken up his career He looked Into her eyes and almost forgot him self Then the souse of fair dealing that dominates every true gentleman rose within him and gripped his waver- Ing emotions with ruthless force Was p his a time to play upon the high strung sensibilities of this youthful daughter of the gods to seek to win from her a confession of love that a few brief days or weeks might prove to be only- a spasmodic but momentarily all powerful gratitude for the protection he had given her And he spoke aloud striving to laugh lest his words should falter You can console yourself with the thought Miss Deane that your presence on the island will In no way affect my fate at the hands of the Dyaks Had they caught roe unprepared today mt head would now be covered with a Solution of the special varnish they carry on every foreign expedition And yet these men are human be- Ings = For purposes of classification yes Keeping to strict fact ithvas lucky for me that you raised the alarm and gave me a chanceto discount the odds of mere numbers So you see you really did me a good turn What can be done now to save our lives Anything wily be better than to await another attack The first thing to do Is to try to get some sleep before daylight How did you know I was not in the castle- I cannot tell you I awoke an knew you were not near me If I wake in the night I can always tell whether or not you are in the next room So I dressed and came out Air he said quietly Evidently I snore Iris retreated nnd the sailor tired out at lust managed to close his weary eyes Next morning he hastily constructed a pole of sufficient length and strong enough to bear hisw eight by tying two Sturdy young trees together with ropes Iris helped him to riaise It against the face of the precipice and he at once climbed to the ledge Here he found his observations of the previous night abundantly verified The ledge was even wider than he dared to hope utarly ten feet deep in one part and It sloped sharply downward from the outer lip of the rock By lying flat and carefully testing all points ofview he ascertained that the only possible positions from which even a glimpse of the interior floor could be obtained were the branches of a few tall trees and the extreme right of the opposing precipice nearly ninety ards distant There was ample room to store water and provisions and he quickly saw that even some sort of shelter from the fierce rays of the sun and the often piercing cold of the night might be achieved by Judiciously rigging up a tarpaulin This Is a genuine bit of good luck he mused Here provided neither of us Is hit we can hold out for a week or longer at a pinch How can It be possible that I should have lived on this Island so many days and yet hit upon this nook of safety by mere chance us It were Not until he reached the level again could he solve the puzzle Then he preserved that the way In which the cliff bulged out on both slues prevented the ledge from becoming evident In profile while seen in the glare of the sunlight it suggested nothing more than a slight indentation He rapidly sketched to Jrls the defensive plan which the eagles nest suggested Access must be provided by means ofa rope ladder securely fastened inside the ledge and capable of being pullets up or let down at the will of the occupants Then the place must be kept constantly stocked with a judicious supply of provisions water and ammunition They could be covered with a tarpaulin and thus kept in fairly good condition We ought to sleep there every night he went on and his mind was so engrossed with the tactical side of the preparations that he did not notice how Iris blanched at the suggestion Surely not until danger actually threatens she cried Dander threatens us each hour after sunset It may come any night though- I expect nt least a fortnights reprieve Nevertheless I intend to act as If tonight may witness the first shot of time siegeDo mean that she sighed And my little room Is becoming so i fi i + very cozy Jenks always accepted her words lit erally i Well he announced after a pause it may not be necessary to take up our quarters there until the eleventh hour After I have hoisted up our stores and made the ladder I will endeavor to devise an efficient cordon of sentinels around our position We will see Not another word could Iris get out of him on the topic Indeed heprovided her with plenty of work By this time she could splice a rope more neatly than her tutor and her particular busi ness was to prepare no less thani sixty rungs for the rope ladder This was an impossible task for one day but after dinner the sailor helped her They toiled late until their fingers were sore and their backbones creaked as they sat upright Meanwhile Jenks swarmed up the pole again and drew up after him tk crowbar the sledge hammer and the pickax With these Implements he set CONTINUED ON EIGHTH PACE t CLUBBING RA iIThe ILOUISVILLE The Sun and the Daily Courier 6t40SameThe Sun and the daily Courier 1 Journal any three days inl t70TheCourierJournal any three t rdays in the week six L 230tTheierJournal one rear 280 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SU- NSpringfieldKy t 6f FFE- p t You Must Sleep 1L If you cannot it is due to aa irritated or congested state of the brain which will soon de velope into nervous prostra6onl- Nature demands steep and it is as important as food it is a part of her building and sustaining process This period- of unconsciousness relaxes the mental and physical train and allows nature to restore exhausted vitality Dr Miles Nervine brings refreshing sleep because Jts soothes the irritation andre moves the congestion It is also a nerve builder it1Jfery11erve organsjNothing t and vitality as surely andi quickly as Dr Miles Nervine During the past winter I had two attacks of LaGrfppe which left me ifwaswife after trying different remedies went for a doctor The doctor was out and a neighbor recommended Dr Mlles Nervine and she brought home A a bottle I had not slept for sometime and had terrible pains In head After taking a few doses of Nenlne the pain as not BO severe and I slept I am now the second bottle and amON mina Imnroved HENRY M SMITH Underhill Vt Dr Mlles Nervine is sold by VMIT first bottle will benefit If It that tails Ute HA will refund your money ti Miles Medical Co ElkhutIaiar sM r Cs i I I SSLSIStSISiSIO II 1111 1rR C Boblitt J CEnsor L T Brown i 4it Boblitt Ensdr roan ii f t Livery 1 Feed and Sate Stable SPRINGFIELD KY yi ffirstClass Outfits everything New I for Traveling Men Telephone 5 I 611117 FENWICK 1 helSth Bonir qnajajrsTT J Nally of Bardstown visited relatives here last week Miss Lena Logsdon accompanied by Ray Edelen of Springfield visited the Misses Rogers Sunday Misses Lena Barker and Anna Logs don accompanied by Oscar Bottom and LonBarker visited relatives and friends at Burgin last Saturday and Sunday Miss Jennie Logsdon and Rose and Jobngellspen tSundaywith the family j of Will K in Springfield W M Nafiy and wife visited the family of TJ Nally Saturday and Sun day J W F Logsdon and wife spent Sunday with the family of Willis Adams Robert Mayes was the guest of Wal ter Adams Saturday Will Barker has returned home after a stay of several months in Oakland Cal To Will there is no place like Ken tucjcy The birthday party in honor of Miss Lena Cecil given at Ed Graves Satur i day night was well attended by the young folks Sores Disappeared- Miss Mary Pagan 48 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 so stubbornly resists the efforts to cure with ordinary remedies as Eczema It has been pronounced incurable by some is guar ofanteeddry Eczema in from two to four weeks if used continuosly Money back if it dont rHILlSBORO We have fine growing weather here and tobacco plants will be ready to set before the farmers are prepared The afternoon Sunday school was largely attende and much interest was shown May it prove a success Several from this place attended church at Mackville Sunday Misses Maud and Eva Inman Ernest Shewmaker and J D D Sutherland and wife attended meeting at Fenwick Sunday night Brother Hoskinson of Springfield will preach at this place the first Sunday afternoon in May at 4 oclock Mrs Emma Coulter and daughter Effie spent Monday with Mrs Matt F Hattie Settles of Brooksville attended Sunday school here Sunday JM Montgomery lost another horse last week three in the last two months Mrs Kate Peters of Mackville spent last Tuesday with Mesdames Emma Leachman and Annie Godby Hon T Scott and Jim Bob Mayes of Springfield were in this vicinity Saturday rMuch sympathy is felt for little Henry Merritt who sustained a broken leg by an accident and it is hoped he will soon be well again I want to ask the correspondents through The Sun if they believe in the cabbage snake The singing given by J M Shields Saturday night was well attended and everybody reports a pleasant time The story now running in The Sun a CIThe Wings of the Morning is very thrilling and is read with increasing interest Much success to The Sun i UITE8 Cream Vermifuge TIE MIAKTEEI WORM REMEDY r THE CMLDREHS FAVORITE TONIC Of IMITATIONS THE PBCMUCD BallardSnow Liniment Co eT LOUIS MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield Breeding Innectn For Wax Among the queer industries of China is that of breeding wax producing in sects in the Chieuebang valley during May But the insects will not work in their birthplace and have to be car ried 400 miles in gourd by porters traveling only by night There are thousands of insects in the gourds and wrappeR in leaves picked from the wood oil tree His journey ended the porter immediately goes to his master and delivers his burden of gourds At once the leafy bags are tied to the branches of the ash trees which are only five or six feet high By Sept 1 the trees look as if covered with snow It is a snow however not amenable to the temperatures which wipe out ordi nary snow The branches are then cut off and their quarter of an inch of pure white coating is scraped off The wax is heated straiKed and turned into molds to be used for lighting fur niture polish and imparting gloss to- silkSt James Gazette The Lines oa Sardine Boxen If you are fond of sardines here is something that will be useful for you to know On nearly every box con taming these delicacies will be found two parallel lines cut in the top The distance between the lines denotes the size of the fish whether those in the tin are small medium or large Of course the smaller the sardines the better is their flavor and therefore the boxes with the lines close together con tain the finest fish Some dishonest firms are very fond of selling pilchards to their customers and calling them sardines but if you make up your mind never to buy a box unless It has the two closely drawn lines you may be certain of obtaining the article you asked for London Standard Lady Tennyson Shortly after Lady Tennysons mar riage one of her women friends wrote the following We would find Mrs Tennyson alone in the large drawing room always writing arrayed in a dress of soft gray merino trimmed with velvet or fur and with a long train a piece of rich old lace worn in stead of a cap drooping over her hair behind and coming to a point in front She was extremely kind in lending us books Among these I particularly remember Ficbtea philosophical works which she admired greatly Her manner was always most gracious and dig nified perhaps rather languid but this arose chiefly from lack of vitality or physical strength A Story of Sam Hoastea There is a story about General Sam Houston of Texas and a practicing physician who did not like the old gen eral being strenuously opposed to him politically One day after a heated po Utica discussion the physician said General I like you well enough social ly but politically I would not believe you on earth I would believe you doctor Was the quiet reply of the gen eral Then sir vehemently exclaim ed the doctor you have a much bet youNotaI simply have a little more politeness than you have Sage Advice Now youre your own master said the wise father you niust begin to build up a reputation for yourself All right governor replied the youthAnd remember continued the old gentleman you cant build up a repu tation with the bricks you bring home In your batExcbangenfarveled TommyI can countp to five on me fingers cant I ma Ma Yes Tommy but dont brag I saw a little boy no older than you today who could count up to fifty TommyGee whiz Where did he get all them fingers Philadelphia Press Heaarth I aseat Take my advice and never draw earl cature By the long of It I have lost the enjoyment of beauty I never see a face but it is distorted and never bave the satisfaction to behold the human face divineHogar- thI r=las Hta Theory HeIt seems to me you are very capricious You were more cordial the last time I saw you Shewlas 11 Well I dare say that was mere caprice HI Masterpiece IWOrIdotGushley Ohj yes And so welfhldden too Cleveland Leader I I f r i The Wings of the Morning fo work to improve the accommodation Of course he did not attempt seriously to remove any iiirge quantity of rock but there were projecting lumps here and inequalities Jof floor there which could be thumped or pounded out of existence It was surprising to see what a clearance he made in an hour The ex istence of the fault helped him a jjopd deal as the percolation of water at this point hud oxidized the stone to rottenness To his great joy he discovered that a few prods with the pick laid bare a small cavity which could be easily enlarged Here lie contrived a niche where Iris could remain In absolute safety when barricaded by stores while with a squeeze she wes entirely sheltered from the one dangerous point on the opposite cliff nor need she be seen from the trees Having hauled into position two boxes of ammunition for which he had scooped out a special receptacle tbe invaluable water kegs from the strand ed boat several tins of biscuits and all the tinned meats together with three bottles of wine and two of bran dy be hastily abandoned the ledge and busied himself with fitting a number of gunlocks to heavy Iris watched his proceedings in si lence for some time At last the inter val for luncheon enabled her to de mand an explanation If you dont tell me at once what you Intend to do with those strange implements she said VI will go on strikefIf you dot he answered you will create a precedent I withdraw the threat and substl tute a more genuine pleacuriosity- she cried Then you will begratlfied promptly These are our sentinels Come with me to jallot his post to the most dig tent one He i eked up a fagot with Its queer attach lent shouldered a rUle and imlled when be saw the businesslike air with which Iris slung a revolver around her waist The walked rapidly to Smugglers cove and the girl soon perceived the Ingenuity of his automatic signal He securely bound the block of wood to a tree where It was hidden by the under growth Breaking the bullet out of ri cartridge hfc placed the blank charge in front of the Hammer the case being firmly clasped by a bent nan1 To the trigger the spring of Which he hkd eased to a slight pressure be attached a piece of unraveled rope and this he carefully trained among the trees at a height of six Inches front the ground using as cur riers nails driven into the trunks The ultimate result was that a mere swish of Iris dress against the taut cord exploded the cartridge There che exclaimed exultantly When I have driven stakes into the sand to the waters edge on both sides of the cove I will defy them to land by night without giving us warning uDo you know said Iris in all Seriousness I think you are the clever est man in the world He was manifestly pleased by the success of his Ingenious contrivance and forthwith completed the cordon To make doubly sure he set another snare farther within the trees He was certain the Dyalcs would not pass along Turtle beach if they could help It By this time the light was failing That will suffice for the present he told the girl Tomorrow we will place other sentries in position at strategic points Then we can sleep in the castle with tolerable safety By the meager light of the tinYlamp they labored sedulously at the rope ladder until Iris eyes were closing with sheer weariness Neither of them had slept much during the preceding night and they were both completely tired The first streaks of dawn weretipping the opposite crags with roseate tints when the sailor was suddenly aroused ty what he believed to be a gunshot He could not be sure He was still ollectlng his scattered senses straining eyes and ears intensely when ITS SO GOOD AND PURE That Its Use Soon Becomes TA FAMILY HABIT j Parncnmph introduced Into the home soon b ties n family habit because It can le used with such pleasing results for so many purposes that it does not take long for every member of the fancily to find out its unusual merits No remedy for hurt aches sores aid pains comes so nearly being every boys faithful friend as Para campb Containing no poisonous drugs or narcotics It can be used without danger by either child or adult Be ing u cooling soothing external remedy no harmful results to the stomach or nerves attends its use Parncntupli cures fathers rheumatism and rests and soothes his tired aching feet It cures Mothers Neuralgia and Toothache it beautifies Big Sisters complex ion and softens the skin It cures Little Sisters chapped hands lips and face it Is the finest dressing for Big Brother to use after shaving it cures Little Brothers Bruises Scratches Bumps and Burns It cures Babys Croup Sore Throat Chafing Itching or Burning Skin The Paracamph bottle is a fountain of Joy to which everyone can apply for relief from any and all aches and pains Do you keep in your house If not why not You need It every day and should It tail to do what we claim for It your drug gist will refund your money Dont hesitate take home a bottle today Sold only in 55c 50c and LOO bottles The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky U S A For sale byC J Haydon Springfield there came n second report Then he knew what had happened The sentries on the Smugglers cove post were faithful to their trust The enemy was upon them At such a moment Jenks was not a man who prayed Indeed hd was prone to invoke the nether powers a habit long since acquired by the British ar mYJn Flanders it is belies There was not a moment to be lost He rushed into Iris room and gathered her in his arms He explained to the Up he went hand OVer hand girl as he ran with her to the foot of the rock that she must cling to his shoulders with unfaltering courage while he climbed to the ledge with th- ai of the pole and the rope placed there the previous day It was a mag nificent feat of strength that he essayed In calmer moments he would have shrunk from its performance if only on the score of danger to the precious burden he carried Now there was no time for thought Up he went handover hand clinging to the rough poi with the tenacity of a limpet and tak ing a turn of the rope over his right wrist at each upward clutch At last breathless but triumphant he reached the ledge and was able to gasp his in structions to Iris to crawl over his bent back and bead until she was safely lodged on the broad platform of rock Then before she could expostulate he descended this time for the rifles These be hastily slung to the rope again swarmed up the pole and drew the guns after him with Infinite care Now we are ready for them he growled Tying prone on the ledge nd- eagerly scanning both sides of ProsJ pect park for a first glimpse of their assailants For two shivering hours they waited there until the sun was high over the cliff and filled sea and laud with its brightness At last despite the girls tears and prayers Jenks insisted on making a reconnOissauce in person Let this portion of their adventures be passed over with merciful brevity Both watch guns had been fired by a troop of tiny wouwou monkeys Iris cryImarveled the while how he had man aged to carry forty feet into the air a young woman who weighed so solidly They sat down to a belated break fast and Jenks then became conscious that the muscles of his arms legs and back were aching hugely It wasb that means he could judge the true ex tent of his achievement TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK How to Make Chentant Croquettes Bolla pint of chestnuts to a pulp re moving the shells first Add two tablespoonfuls of butter and season to taste with pepper and salt Beat two eggs well stir in and whip all until very light Form into balls roll in beaten eggs and breadcrumbs then again in egg and again in breadcrumbs Fry In smoking hot fat until a golden brown Press seasoned hot mashed potatoes through a colander Let the dish be a hot buttered one Arrange the croquettes in the center of the mashed potatoes garnish with parsley and send to table very hot Hew to Make Sweet Potato Pie Cook the potatoes in boiling water and mash very fine To one pint of the potato add onequarter cup of sugar and two well beaten eggs and enough milk to make a quart In all of tho mixture Pour Into a deep pie plate lined with paste and bike until the center is firm Hew to Preserve Brleaarae Delicate pieces of brlCTabrac are of ten broken by upsettlngi them with a dust cloth or by accidentally touching them when reaching for something else on the same shelf Prevent this by weighting down evvase or Jar that is not heavy in Itself with sand or small shot It will not require a great deal in each piece and will often save ono from betas broken In conse quence of some Bliffht Jar You wilt find this especially useful where there are small children who venot been trained not to be meddlesome Mew to Cleaa Soiled Books Grease marks can be removed from books by sponging the soiled leaf with bedzine placing it between two sheets of blotting paper and passing a hot Iron over it r q OoaoOOOeQOQOOeQOOOQOQOQOQO 0000e700000aao YOUNEEDIT SALVECURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky isone of the very few saves whi absolutely cures piles As an evidence ofits won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come aSa result of the sale of 2646 bokes I For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky OoeOeOoeoeoeOeooeooo000oe0800eOOeoeOOeo0 now to Polish a Stove Put a quantity of stove polish Into a dish add equal parts of water and tur pentine and a few drops of varnIsh Mix this well together and apply with a small paint brush Let the polish dry and then rub briskly with a stove brush This will give a glossy polish that will last from one spring until the next This should not be used on the top of a cook stove that is in use every day for the odor would be rather offensive when the polish was first put on It is an excellent polish for stoves that are not used through the summer Hoer to Mend Lace Now that real lace Is In fashion It Is quite an accomplishment to know how mendeIng requires both good eyesight and patience to accomplish it properly Lace thread a loose thread which comet especially for the purpose Is used The groundwork mesh should be Imitated as well as possible To keep the lace in place It Is best to baste it to a piece of enameled leather such as Is used In embroidery repairing carefully the damaged portion If the mesh Is badly torn take a scrap of fine brussels net the size of the tear lay it on a scrap of the mending tissue procurable at any of the dry goods shops and pass a warm iron over It If carefully done the mended spot will be scarcely perceptible How to CleaR Breezes To clean bronzes wash the surface with pulverized whiting or powdered saffron until the surface Is smoothed then rub the surface with paste of plumbago and saffron which will Im part the desired color then heat the ar tides before a slow wood fire Large statues which cannot be removed are washed with a weak solution of alkali and soap water Hew ta Sit For a Faotecrnpfc If I had Just one bit of advice to give a prospective sitter says a fa mous New York photographer In LArt de la Mode I should Say Dont think about the picture for days before hav ing it taken Choose a good photog Dressynaturally that Is as you are accustomed to do In your dally life and above all dont dress as you have nev er dressed before That Is where so many people make a mistake They get a new gown for the special purpose of having a photograph taken and often as a climax have their hoar dressed In an unusual way Then having changed themselves as much as posal ble they come to the photographer Hew ta Make Linseed Tea Pour two quarts of tolling water OB one ounce of whole linseed and twelve drams of sliced licorice root Add a few slices of lemon Let this stand in a covered jar for six hours then attain for use and sweeten to taste SUISCRIIERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are snb scribers to The Sun may Insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn and oats other wantedLandsorted in another department of the paper at very low rates- Conrad Hertlein Springfield has for sale a good milk cow also some thoroughbred Hereford bull calves 25 Mrs A L Vize Springfield R F D No2 has for sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs at 75 cents for 15 23 G T Clements Springfield R F D No1 has for sale of good corn 23 C F Smith Gassburg Ky had for sale one additional stack of oats reason ably 21 P M Howard Springfield has for sale Corinis India Game eggs 15 for 100 19 Mrs J H Walker Valley Hill has for sale from now until July 1st Brown Leghorn eggs at 50c per setting of 15 Mrs Walker produces an laying strain having won the 50 cuhprize in 1903 for greatest number of eggs sold in nine months 19 Mrs Sue Knott Springfield has for sale two good cows also fifty shocks of good fodder 22 Mrs C M Brenek Mclntire bas forsale full stock Buck Minorca Errs L 50 cents for 13 21 RFEggs1ooother kind for nine years 17 E S Mayes jr Springfield has for centsfor FDand mules at all times 20 CBrownstock Thirty for L 2- 1FLOATER 8315 Haying secured from Mr S S Reed hisfinefromSpringfieldseason at the lov price of 12 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT 482AndPedigree by Hambletonian 10 First dam Mary by Star Almont 6673 full AllieGainesotMam9rinogreat thoroughbred Sir Archy out of a thoroughbred mare Florida his byHambletonianunder rule 6a handsome dark bay 16 hands high fine style and action In fact a fine looking great big horse and very speedy I will at the same time and place stand my fine mule Jack Black Prince AT 8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT- A lien retained on all colts until ser vice fees are collected All care taken to prevent accidents bat will not be responsible should any occur R F D NO L J E SHELBY Hopboth Happy Beau1495 This fine saddle and Harness stallIon will make the season of 19o5 at my stable on the Mclntire and Frecerickstown pike three raHe haltmnesfromSlltetesare A Dried Colt leelIoneypreventaocldentscur BeaBrnmme1800 iRHappy fit Happy Bean is a dark chestnut sorrel fiftoem Satfootedhorse his fine mane and tail aadfla S style andaction and has proven himeelf to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle ia every respect Also at the same time and place the floe mule jack DCWEY By Gladstone dam by GOT Woods at six sad seven dollars Same conditions as above laches x proV8himselfStares or jennets pastured for ft per month- S B NAUY SPOTWOOD Will make the season of 1905 at FredsrickstownTom Thompeoa p1acat SII H leeece a UiII Calf adarkeaAshlandtacky by George Wllb Dam as out ot Sam Grundys Gray Susie Spotwooa breedingAlthoughwill saddle and make fiae combined horses Joe Bfedcbum Will make the season at the aaaae time aad wkiistatsaaaTbraNl1Plll at to agave a living colt Ksjafeeanalnooseydirewk bred to aaotker horse AUcaje tabto vest acckUate bet will cot eiwalalaayoccarAJ T HMITMtmY i