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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t T 44F m beIDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY etI VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WED EDAY MAY 3 1905 MIEI23JI rrJtIj I taIit- iiasFL fltt I I74 ulq- J a MRS HARRY THAW A PITTSBURG BEAUty Before her marriage Mrs Thaw was Miss Evelyn Florence Nesbit She is a native ot Pittsburg md a daughter ot Winfield Scott Nesbit Several years ago she went on the stageas a comic opera performer and attracted considerable attention One other new sistersinlaw Is the Countess ot Yarmouth MOORESVILLE George McNeel bought threeyear old mire from Arthur Moore for 115 Dame Bumqr says we are to have a wedding this week r J0wing toincrease in business Yocum Brothers have built an addition to their store Dont forget to attend the Sunday school at 10 oclock at New Hope Bap tist church Mark Hardin and wife of Bloomfield visited their daughter Clara Chesser at Baker last Sunday Misses Mary Gresly and Nettie Bob litt of Midway were guests of Miss Nannie Ellis last Sunday Lee Godby has accepted a position as capainter with Albert Wall of this place Miss Lelia Nail visited Miss Ollie Cull last Sunday T D Sweeny has removed his saw mill to the farm of Palmer Goatley Ab Sheehan is seriously ill with a complication of diseases Messrs Moss and Searcy of Spring field and Joe Bishop of Mooresville dined at T B Flaughers last Friday They had a regular fish dinner Only eight Tf our young men went to Woodlawn last Sunday evening Wm C Smiths more familiarly known as Tinner Smith sale came aff last Saturday A good crowd was in attendance including your correspondent S Troutman was the auctioneer and everything sold fairly well The gray horse sold for42 Capt Z C Andrews being the purchaser sum realized from the sale amounted 10250 Wm C Smiths Death Now concerning the death of Mr Smith all I can say is that it was the result of pneumonia But what caused the attack Was it due to ex posure as is generally the case or wit caused from a beating he is said to have received From all the informa tion I have been able to obtain in this connection I do not believe ever was molested in any way but if I Were the party accused I would have an investi gation to prove my innocense TEvidence of Progress A young man and incidentally a close observer who lives at Mooresville told me that on last Sunday seventyfive new buggies by actual count passed through that village fifty of which be longed to our neighbors Yes we are certainly progressing and as progress iveness is the forerunner of prosperity it is indeed pleasant to contemplate the future for with good rods will come the stately automobile and rapid transit But think of the changes that had e been wrought in the past twenty years Dose of Carbolic Acid Cleo the twoyearold son of Ed Cheatham managed to reach a shelf that held a bottle containing carbolic acid while his mother was busy in her household duties and proceeded to try a drop of the fieryliquid some of which he also spilled upon his body The little fellow suffered intensely though he is now out of danger This experience should serve as a warning to mothers WILLISBURG Miss Edda Gibson was the guest ofI her aunt Mrs Martha Grider Satur day Mrs W T Wells visited at Polin Saturday Mrs Florence Scrogham visited friends here one day last week Little Rusia Miller visited her aunt Mrs Sallie Sutherland last week Miss Addie Foster was the guest of SundayGeorgewere the guests of W S Browley Sunday Miss Bessie Hardesty visited Mrs W T Wells Thursday Harry Greenwood and wife has returned home from Louisville where they have been visiting relatives and friends for a few days There was a basket meeting at Tat ham Springs Saturday There was also one at Glenns Creek church Sunday A arge crowd attended both places Celebrates Birthday- W S Gibbs spent last Sunday in Anderson county at the home of his father Dr J C Gibbs who celebrated his eightythird birthday on that day Dr Gibbs has nine living children seven being present Sunday pis chil dren grandchildren and greatgrand alltoa refreshments were grand- VALLEY HILL Mrs Sam Derringer and Miss Pearl Goatley spent last Tuesday with Mrs Turner Derringer ChasL Grundy purchased a nice milk cow from Mr Whitlock for 50 Mrs Edward Goatley of M jvisited relatives here Wednesday iRev Williams delivered an interesting sermon at the school house Thurs day night He will preach for us again on May 18 We hope to give him a large audience and good attention Ernest Tichenoe of Fairfield was here Sunday iMrs Bruce Williams and children vis ited Mrs Eliza McAllister at Beechland the first of the week Miss Ola Goatley was ithe guest of Miss Elizabeth Roberts of Springfield Sunday Mr and Mrs Coly Porter of Bloom field werE here Thursday Miss Pearl Goatley left Thursday for a months visit to Mrs M Dorsey at Belmont Miss Nannie Pinkston spent Saturday 1and Sunday in Springfield Card of Thanks The children of Mr Mclntire wish to thank their many friends for the kind ness shown during the illness and death of their father j FISCAL COURtJ lMeetsDone By Road SupervisorA Lumiber j duties of the netv1y appointed Road Stj pervisor However his duties we largely laid down by the court as tho r defined by statutefThe Supervisor is to hold office fori i term of two years or during the pleasrJ tire of the court and as recently s- tat1Them year payable on the first of each montlv upon the condition that he make a safc isfctoryreport to the effect that he h careful to the roads the JiThethe bounty Treasurer in payment for all work done on roads which work will be let by contract to the lowest and best bidder The Supervisor shall use rock or gravel using only such rock as will easily pass through a two inch ring He or his associates shall repair or order to be repaired 11I roads and bridges which in case of an emergency may need immediate atten tion He is required by law to give bond in a sum equal to twice the amount of the appropriation made for roads and bridges which has heretofore been about 9000 making his bond 18000 Mr Clements is a conscientious and progressive man and we predict that he conditionsHisa good and lasting road are good His position is by no means an easy one and he should have the cpoperationoC every citizen of the county The court made an appropriation qf 750 with which to buy lumber to repair bridges It also advises the Su pervisor to examine small bridges and when in his judgment it is necessary remove them and substitute therefor tiling or rock PLEASANT HILL John Hays of Springfield was here last weekVHouse cleaning is the order of the day Mr and Mrs Wilham came near hav ing a runaway the other day The horse got scared at Mrs Wilhams white bonnet but we are glad to lean that they were not hurt Mrs Wornall is going to have some of the rooms papered at the Tatham hotel the dinning room and parlor will beautifulA crowd from here attended church at Tatham Saturday arid Sun day G7W Shirley and wife were at Pul Iiam Friday We had a very severe hailstorm Fri day it seemed like every window Pone would be broken Os Shirley spent Friday at Sharps ville Death of Mrs Mary Hedger Mrs Mary Hedger died last week at her home near here of paralysis and the remains were laid to rest in the home cemetery She was a very old lady to see the blossoms of man a summer and now she has entered the sweet rest of paradise where sorrow pain nor crying are no more The family has the sympathy of the community in their bereav- ementINSTANTLY 4 KILLED George Matherly Meets Death In Horrible MannerBoiler Ex plodes Hurling Him To Instant Deathoj This afternoon at 3 oclock after we had gone to press the boiler to the engine which was being used at a saw mill operated by HillBros on Mrs Sue Knotts place about two miles from town exploded instantly killing Geo Matherly His head was blown from his body and he was otherwise horribly mangled Mr Hill one of the proprietors was severely hurt about the face thoughnot seriously We are unable to learn at this time the exact cause of the explosion STARTLING SUICIDE Merrill C Vest Takes His Life By HangingHorrible Deed Corn mitted in Grigsby Bros Barn Near Valley Hill The people of the Valley Hill neighborhood were much startled Monday morning to find Merrill C Vest a former resident of that vicinity hanging- in the barn on the farm belonging to Grigsby Bros v Mr Vest formerly owned the farm upon which he com mitted the rash act and only recently disposed of it Since selling this farm he had resided on the farm of J C Ensor about a mile and a half ofItown Until a few days ago the deceased seemed to be in the best of spirits but it is reported that a few days ago he began broodingjover some financial reverses and it is believed his mind became unbalanced Last Sunday evening the unfortunate man left home telling his wife that he Intended to go to Woodford county to buy a farm and at that time he showed signs of mental derangement His wife tried to persuade him to remain home but he left the house and was not seen again until found dead fVIonday morning It is supposed the deed was committedat about 9 oclock as a man was seen going in the direction ot the barn at about that time The rope was fastened to a beam in the barn and carelessly placed about his neck It is supposed thatafter he had done this lie climbed on top of a stall and jumped Deceased was thirtyfive years old and saves a wife and one child who nave the sympathy of many people Quite a strange fact connected with the affair isfhat this isthe third suicide committed this farm all occurring it u siid witnin twenty feet of the sPot re Vest was found hanging Coroner J M Montgomery impaneled a jury Monday and held an inquest at the scene of the tragedy rendering a verdict in accordance with the above facts The following composed the jury H H Tatum A G Noe E B Clarkson E J Colvin Montgomery Reed and john Armstrong CARDWELL This place was welUrepresented at Tatham Springs Sunday W L Graham bought fronrKyler Vorhies their fancy sixyearold bay horse at a nice price165 James Lambert sold his crop of tobacco to Mr Moss of Springfield at 7J cents per pound ET Perkins purchased two hogs from J W Perkins at 4c per pound Robert Warner has moved his saw mill from this place to George Ishams near Battle where he has a large lot of sawing to do A large crowd gathered at the home of Rev Jesse Robinson at Sharpsville Thursday night and spent the evening iq singing which was greatly enjoyed allW L Graham was in Springfield last week on business Miss Amanda Leech of nearHarrods burg visited Erastus Sims and family last week The little daughter of S H Gardner and wife Iwho was dangerously sick last week is reported some better Sam condition is somewhat imProved about through planting Farmerare From Another Correspondent Farmers are preparing to set tobacco plants Sheepflhearingois the order of the day k Harvey Robinson entertained a number of his friends last Wednesday night Music for the occasion was furnished bythe T blow string band HenrY MooFe and wife visited Thomas Mobley last week W L Moore has purchased fifty rec ords for his graphophone Lee Sanders will entertain a few of his friends with music next Saturday niglit There was a bountiful supply of good food Jon the ground at Mount Olivet last aturday W T Moore bought some corn from Russ Gregory of Ashbrook at 250 Home Boys Defeated The St Mary College Base Ball team defeated the Springfield Club here this evening the score 9 to 7 TSlrIANS PORTRAIT Miss Carl who not long ago was commissioned to paint the portrait of WAn dowager empress ot China Is a native of New Orleans and an artiat ofdecided talent She has traveled extensively and for some years resided Ia Peking The dog shown In the photograph Is one of the dowager empress pets SYCAMORE VALLEY NeVer before in the history of this community have the people been so quiet on the subject of politics as at present Perhaps they are learning thacaal muckjnote profits ably spent in the discussion of subjects of vital importance to the community agriculture Stock raising etc and the success of the Growers Association Of course we are all for Mayes for Congress and he is going to win We will also support HE Walters for County Attorney The weather is fine and cornplanting is the order of the day A large number went from here to courtOrmsbY and Mitt Leach man were at Wardsville and Black on SundaySammie Crook was in Springfield Thursday on business Ormsby Shewmaker sold a horse in Springfield recently Several people from Tampsville at tended Sunday school at Hillsboro Sun day J D Sutherland and T W Suther land were shopping in Springfield Mon day A good company from this place at tended church services at Tatham Springs Sunday Tansy Settle is very sick at this writingMrs W E Sutherland was a guest of Mesdames Mollie and Lucy Clark TuesdayWe correspondents always enjoy meeting and having a talk with the Editor of The Sun who appreciates highly the interest we take in the news columns of his sprightly paper The Valley blacksmith is a hustler and consequently successful Thursday he put on sixteen horseshoes sharpened two plows made a doubletree and did other work in the meantime I doubt if another blacksmith can do more Rev W E Sutherland and wife J D Sutherland and wife Misses Maud and Eva Inman and Ernest Shewmaker all of Hillsboao attended church at Fenwick Sunday night J L Cammack visited his niece Mrs J D Sutherland at Hillsboro Sunday Our milliner is doing a good business And she is helping to make more beau tiful the many already pretty girls in this community Ancient Hickory Pin While Elder W Ezra Sutherland of Hillsboro was in the Valley last week he showed your correspondent hickory pin that had been presented to him by an old citizen of Anderson county who had found it while working up an oajc tree The pin is probably more than two hundred years old since more than that number of rings had formed over the embedded pin The trimming was evidently done with a dulled tomahawk as the gaps made by it are yet to be seen on the pin which is still in a good state of preservation and which was probably placed in the tree by the In dians or Mound Builders TEXAS Born to the wife of Mr Dave Pur dom on the 26th a fine boy Miss Bennington of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Iva Chandler last week eMrs Barnette ofMackvffle sad Mrs Nannie Campbell of Springfield visited their mother Mrs Jacob Kimberlm last week Hon Will Claybrooke and Miss Lydia McElroy of Springfield were the guests of Miss Annie Claybrooke last weekH J Cocandugher was in Lebanon Monday Cliff Greene of Springfield was in our midst last Tuesday Mr Yankey of Mackyflle was here the past week buying lambs Those from whom he bought report good Belle Hayes and daughter Mrs Hardin Nelson spent Tuesday with Mrs Clem Cocanougher Howard Moss and his cousin Miss Susie Penn ofSprin2fie1d were to see Jacob Petersonandow e last week Miss Katherine Brady who has been Springfieldhasreturnoo Mrs G N Campbell is very sill with pneumonia Little Miss Arnold of Springfield is Mrbbsvisitinandwife Jacob Peterson J Q Goode and JT Yaste were in Danville Saturday cm business Mr Peterson is enpged is selling buggies and all other kinds of vehicles and is doing a good business Boys call to see hwibefore you buy for he is sure to please you as he keeps the nicest in stock Robert Hourighan and Samuels Ivan r of Marion county were here Sunday Jacob Kimberlin and wife visited their daughter Mrs Barnette of Mackville Sunday Herbert Harmon of Eneido was here last week Rev W T Gordon filled his regular appointment here Sunday night- E M Kimberlin is attending the street fair in Lebanon this week Mrs Geo Gibbs visited her daughter near Mackville Monday Henry Gibbs of Springfield is visit inghis parents here Mrs Mary E Dewsey is having a telephone box put in her store J D Peterson and wife visited the latters parents in Nelson county last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Charlie Kimberlin Dead On May 1 there arrived at the home of Mr Charlie Kimberiin the death angel as a visitor and took away as its noble companion his tender lovia rife Mrs Kimberlin has been ill fot SMM time and every effort was made to save her but in vain God saw best to take her where no suffering is ever known She leaves a husband two children mother father four sisters three brothers and ahost of friends to sours her death To know her WM W lots her and in losing such a friend we realize that we ea sweet Ckriettea woman Wepsot dear fri YJ ie is on the other Aore waitwf come you ho L f J 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 a 6- a r r l r 1J Repaintfng MakesA Old1Buggy New 1I Does Your SurreyNeed Painting AAA AAAA A AA AA A A A A STAIGHT WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY 333 MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS 66 VYWWWuIYVYw V V V VVVV Old Maids Did yoU ever hear an old maid talk about matrimony or a girl just on the brink very afraid her boat would get away Well I have and she got no sympathy from me Now I would like to know what they know about such things What compassion she had for married men Every one she victim ized because he did not select her to make him Uthe happiest of men I believe that Is the expression used by a pair of trousers on its bended knee if not any one may correct me but an old r maid With what sighs she wondered how Mrs C could be so criminal j as to neglect to sew on his buttons And what glory it would be to hold his shaving cup while he piled on the soapsuds And what a pity he could not have some privilegessuch as smoking in the babys face or leaving his shoes coat and vest on the parlor floor if he so desired And oh what a pity he hasnt a different wife And with this remark another sigh which for depth and profundity none but a sentimental old maid on the anxious seat can heave What a pleasure to blacken his shoes ona cold morning togetup at 2 oclock a m to unlock the front door when he returns from his club to prove her devotion by standings on the front door step with chattering teeth waiting for the dear coattail to come home to hang up his dear hat for him to put away the often muchneeded cane to take him up gently with the sugar tongs and lay him on the sofa to wait until supper is readywhile she carries in a bucket of coal to make the fire burn brighter And when supper is ready she will feed him like a sweet little bird bless his shirt buttons How hot his toast should always be how strong his coffee the other beverage often proves how strong it was how sweet his pudding how mealyhis potatoes his clean shirt should be taken out of the drawer for him to put on and his cigar case be put in his little side pocket by her own little hands and the study of her life should always be to find out when he even wanted to sneeze and to have a sunbeam in readi ness to receive it Do you know what I actually wish That all the dieaway old maids who go sighing through this life and saying what they would and wouldnot do and blubbering over their few privileges had but one neckand that too short to tie that some mus cular coatsleeve equal to the emeri gency would give them one long satisfying stifling hug and stop their non sensical prattle Crowing Better It is often said and published too atHthe world is degenerating that men are not so honest as formerly etc but it is not so I believe the world is growing better There is more charity truth and goodness in the world than ever before The crimes of the world are more talked of and a knowledge of them more widely spread abroad than heretofore and on this account there seems to be more crime than in olden times but the knowledge of these matters is easily accounted for by the ex tensive circulation of newspapers Suppose there was not a newspaper published IriiAmerica Crime might then increase hundredfold and we would not hear so much Butrin past ages crimes could be committed without exposure or comment or record except in few cases whereas now it is speedily brought to the broad light of universal publicity by newspapersand periodicals which none of us would want to do without k J The Springfield Carriage Painting Co Just recently has secured the services of Mr Wm Lambart an expert workman of Louisville and is prepared to do firstclass work at prices Your old buggy your old surrey your old carriage in fact any kind of vehicle you may have can be made new again For prices etc call upon Leo Haydon Robertson Searcy C W Hagan or at the old Casey shop on West Main Street VVVV VVVNV The For some time past inflamed eyes rasped throats chapped lips and exas erated noses have been the rage over dur county and sneezing the chief pastime of all classes High and low rich and poor rough and refined had to bow their heads to the explosive visitation Every grade of sneeze may be heard one the highways andin the parlor fromI the ishee of the belle to the horashow of the robust and sneezer Strange but even our speech =was changed by this influence nose had to undergo that extremity of nasal a frequency that seoneror later brings a blushof to its very tip now we hope it is all overdriven out by this sunny sunshine that we hope this time is here to stay and warm up things Startling The other day ina town not ho never a certain clique of city officials were greatly shocked by a report that one of their number had probably been fatally in jured in their estimation by the acct dental discharge ofhis duty The offender was at once hunted up and ex postulated with on his eccentric course but on his fellow officials that the doing his duty oft was a matter of sheer accident and on promising to be more careful in the future he was once more restored to their confidence Poor town How gently your officials handle somebody elses Alter Cases We all like to see a healthy glow on every mans face but not on the end of his nose Red paint is all right on your barn fence but we do not think it enhances the beauty of the fair maidens cheek Why Suffer From Why suffer from Rheumatism when one of Pain Balm will relieve the pain The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering have been surprised to find that after Tennessee U S A writes I am a great sufferer from rheumatism all will relieve the pain For sale by C J Haydon in Hardin Mirror load Brown informs The Mirror that he has already graded more than 200 miles of roads in the county this spring There are now three graders in at Ri neyville one at Sonora and one at Long Grove Hewill put the rock crusher in about the middle of May Mans publican of Ind was not when he refused to allow the doctor to operate on his wife for female trouble Instead he we concluded to try Electric Bitters- My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physi cians hadfailed to relieveher taking Electric Bitters she was per C J Haydon druggist Price 50c Of Interest to Many Standard People in Nelson and adjoining coun ties who were unfortunate enough to be drafted for military service under the draft of 1864 and who furnished substitutes will be glad to learn that under a recent decision of the Court of Claims it was held that said draft was illegal as Kentucky had already fur nished her full quota of soldiers These soldiers are entitled to recover at least 300 for each substitute furnished Judre Frank Pennebaker Jones City and Elliott Pennebaker of Louisville attorneys has had placed with him for collection quite a number of these claims and persons who have claims of this kind will find it totheir interest to consult with him as these matters will be pushed through as rapidly as possible FEi = cE EEfrgfEE Discussed By J S TRIGG J3 33i 333 33 33333 33 cotton brings cents a pound It is about the same as when corn brings 50 a bushel It is said lnt a great many cats are staved to death every winter While this is hard n the cats it is a mighty good thing for the birds The building proposition 1s today very serious one where a man has to deal with the trusts in the purchase of building material and the labor unions in the labor employed Macaroni wheat because of its rust proof qualities Is being taken up by farmers in the north central states ex cellent reports being made on it by Minnesota Iowa and Wisconsin farm ers who have tried it If your boy on the farm is willing to work you want to watch out that you do not overwork him There are n good man poor little stunts nil over tile country because their fathers bad no sense in this matter One hundred and thousand people are now making a com comfortable living under most pleasant conditions in a western state on 000 acres of irrigated laud which only a few years ago was a worthless sage brush desertabout eighty souls to the quarter section Out of several hundred samples of seed corn gathered from the farmers all over a western state a year ago and planted under uniform conditions of soil and culture the ten highest yield ed 7740 bushels per acre and the ten poorest 2789 bushels this difference in yield being largely owing to defective seed It was found that a man In Califor nia who for twentyfour years had cared for lust acre of land had not only lived well but the probate court when he died disclosed the fact that had saved up over 4000 and yet lots of men are not satisfied with 100 acres It is a great thing to know how to use the land right Dodder has a seed closely resembling that of the clover plant and Is quite frequently sown with it Ignorantly This plant germinates in the ground and later attaches Itself to the clover stalk Its own root system rotting oft after which it becomes a parasite living the Juices of the clover to its great injury In its peculiar methods it reminds a good deal of many of our politicians We know of a two acre patch of swamp land the begetter and hnrborer of a forest of useless and harmful weed lu nJ r Big Sale of Cattle Kentucky Standard B S Mattingly of Lebanon sold to James Miller New York buyers 500 head of cattle to be delivered the last of May or the first of June at 570 per hundred These cattle are feeding on slop at the distillery of J P Daht at Geths mane at Samuels and at Loretto in Nelson county The marriage of Mrs Eula Roby Hay den to W A Bean is announced to take place at St Josephs church Bards town May 10 at oclock a m rJulia Duncan colorjed went into the Y P Wells Company store Saturday afternoon and as the place vas crowded she proceeded to lot of apparel wmcii she se retedunder her clothing She was detected by one of the salesmen and turned over to Marshal Phillips E r w T w T d 3 3 3 3 J3 8 one be off one d 5 J 100 per acre which could reclaimed with twentyfive rods of tiling and thus made to produce seventyfive bushels of corn to the acre The question Is Why doesnt toe owner do this needed wock Dont know He is probably on getting more acres up in Dakota or else does not know what he might do- Through carelessness and oversight nI nuisance of no small dimensions has been permitted to be placed on many of the highways of the west In the extension of the telephone lines in the mutter of the setting of the poles out into the highway as much as four to eight feet when they should have been set exactly on the fence line As it is they form an obstruction to the use of the mowing machine in keeping the highway properly cut and trimmed The telephone companies should bo made to reset these poles mere they properly belong The agricultural departmentat Wash ington is now working on a curious experiment A machine has been Invented which does very successful work hi the picking of cotton where the bolls stand erect but cannot gather the lint where the bolls are low down near the ground The present type of cotton plant has a marked tendency to grow its bolls near the ground and the department is now trying to develop a type of plant which will grow more erect a case where the plant is to be made to suit the iniichlue Instead of the machine the plant A friend wiling n piece of poor soil with a gravelly subsoil wishes to know what would be the best crop for him to pl nt thereon this season He might fertilize it and plant it to corn butlfit should happen to be very hoc and dry In August his crop would fire and spoil Probably beans would be b1s best iqrop The navy bean can do snore with a poor soil than any other rop we know in fact does better on d than on a rich soil Wehad h in beans last season on a piece of newly cleared and rich timber soil The vines were a foot thick all over the field and hardly a good bean in the lot Melons and cucumbers could be grown successfully on such thin land by taking core to fertilize in the hill A Good C B of Lemon City Fla has written the that much better results are obtained from the use of Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases pains in the stomach colic and cholera morbus by taking it jn water as hot as can be drank that when taken in this way the effect is double in ra U It seems to get at the right spot instantly he says For sale by C J Haydon druggist H Painting I THE SPRINGFIELD ofesQ CARRIAGE PAINTING COMPANY J TALK organized reasonable I CnpI zephyrlike dieaway reverating aboveboard andevery insultpullingwith permanent indignation neighboring Springfield convincing complained neighboring actions- Circumstances concentrated Rheumatism application Chamberlains permanentMrs Chamberlains druggis- tRoadWorking Elizabethtown Commissioner operationone operation Unreasonableness BQtThomasLeavenworth unreasonable perfonnallher Kentucky Daugherty representing Washington representing appropriate- a cEEeEEEEfEfetir eicEFeEEEEe1r rEFtrEEttET- u The Farm and Other Matters IAs 33333333i IVhen celts seventyfive ilQthLblngoctllfnrUlv thoroughly hhltacre Suggestion- Mr Wainrwight manufacturers Chamberlains Does Your v r 4 1 1I ooooQonooooaoQOOQQOOO G 0 it The IaintIto n 0 Cf o Grade Only and That the Best 0 CEei3 a p That o 2 REPRESENTS THE BEST PAINT Good Paint Sale The Red Cross Drug Store Prin elfKY oooo w6 no Negro lights Lebanon Enterprise A fight which will very probably result in the death of one of the partici pants occurred near Gravel Switch Monday evening Richard Swan ane- gro returned in a drunken condition and proceeded to scatter to the winds his household effects His wife remonstrated and he turned upon her At this time John Hardin Swans stepson appeared and in the attempt to protect his mother was himself attacked by the drunken man Hardin seized a nearby gun and emptied one barrel at the contents tearing away a part of his face It is now thought that he can not reco er r Mule Vs Shotgun A Kansas exchange says A debate will be held at the school next Saturday afternoon the question being Which is the most dangerous a loaded shotgun of a mule The following from 1 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 1 i r NNI1N I1NN NI I U ntx Value that money can buy It is the safest Paint to use because 0 every gallon is guaranteed by the manufac tureras well asthedealer Greatest Covering Capacity Loaf est Wearing Quality Most BeaHtiful n- in Apperance All theseYouget in a THE KURFEES PAINT ttg That For By na S ti o oooooo P o o c home Swan the Harrodsburg Herald ought to be convincing proof that the mule is enti While Jake Brown and Walter Ter hune were reaching mules Thursday one of them caught the hand of the firstnamed gentleman between its teeth and shook him like a terrier does a rat One ofhis fingers was badly hand had it not been for the heavy buck skin glove he wore he would probably have lost part of his hand Afew min utes later Mr Terhune was kicked on the hand and painfully injured Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best u I have been using ChamberIainrB Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine I have ever taken says George L Chubb a merchant of Harlan Mich There is no- questio about its being the best as it timethanforinstanttreatedFor aiJ 1NH NN A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon and you will have to have it Telephone us A MEAT MARKET Where you can buy the +a FMTPhone IThejce Buggy Needi 0QKurfees 0otsnnIapanOOOIdangerousat BEST NNNNNIIN INININN NN NNNN1111111 IM N 1NNNN OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides 4+ and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market + prices We are coostantly in the market for fat beeves + + J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 1905 J Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistVV SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work treasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydomfe Barber Dr Jt Mt Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WoRK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirstI class Springfield Ky Office In Hacon Block upstairs B D LAKEtInsurance SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Acciflent r i reliableandworld Your insurance solicited i Dr J IL LAMPTON OFFlCEIn Opera House j Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES AmATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtonandand Federal CourtsC McCHORDi Wfll practice in all State and Federal Courts W P CLAYBROOKE t 1SpWin practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts of Ap peals r W E SELECMAN Win practice in the courts of Washington and and in court ofAppeals H E WALTER ATTY ATLAW Springfield Kentucky practiceinjoining counties QQQ QOQQ QQQQQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 Wecarry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets v We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness t OOO a a Ooooa o tlr DIRECTORY Circuit CourtL H Thurman Springfield Ky judge R L Durham Ky Com Atty F 3L Campbell clerk Geo Cat lett jailer 1L G Leachman Master Commis sioner Byron Croake Sheriff Deputies Ed Masters Sharpsville Sidney Osborne Springfield Richard Isham Macville B H gan Trustee Jury Fund Court begins Fourth Mondays in February JIa and October County CourtB L Lser judge W F Booker County Clerk T S Mays County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each monthCourtofClaimsMeet at Springfield first Tuesday in October and April NoeOther Jloore Sur reyor Assessor Jas L Royalty T P OBrian dePlt of Schools J W Bush Coroner J M Montgomery METHODIST C u cuHer J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and 700 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night C IWncnne P F Hennessy Pastor Services Sunday at 8 and l oclock a m Cervices at St Rose same hours CBKISTIAN CtcracnEl W P Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month pRESBYTEkiAJf Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m School every Sunday at a m Prayer meeting every Thursdayevenin at 7 oclock BAPTIST BCKCH Rov Wm Harrison Wll Yams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p in Sunday ol every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 o cloc- k3lagfstratesDiu YolJaq L Mudd So 2 IJno H Gorden 3 R D Riley No 4 Jas Divine No 5 J W Gordon No6 Jno O Polland Secret Societies Masonic SpringfieldLodeo NolF Au Master R L Sutton E S Secretary Meetings nights FiretVaa Third Monday nights in each montb7 HARGiSV TRIAL Judge Hargis Contradicts Some of Fe Feltners Story LexlngtonJudge James Hargis of Jackson was again pieced on the wit ness stand In his own behalf He was cros examined by C jJ Bronston for the commonwealth Hargis failed to explain why he had given Felix Felt ner a check for 1500 to be deposit d In the Winchester bank or why he had written the rafe of interest at 8 in the note given him by Felix Feltner and then changed It to Judge Hargis was carried over the testimony given by his friend Felix Feltner and in many places he contradicted Feltner one of these instances being the date of his first acquaintance with the former circuit court clerk of Henry coun ty Feltner said he was called to Jackson by Judge IJargis for the purpose of arranging matters so that Mose Feltner could not testify against him and here was introduced by BF French but Hargis says he knew Feltner long before this He denied that the note for 1500 was secured from Felix Feltner In Cincinnati by a F French as worn to by Sam Fields Mose Feltner uck Cottirigame and others r LexingtonAt the close of Judge IS testimony he asked the court o allow him to make a statement to he jury His counsel objected But the court allowed the statement RaIs- ing himself to full length Hargis faced exclaJmedkshefttinK near I just want to say to hese 12 men that I am not guilty of this charge and If I were I would new er again ask that woman to call me husband or that child to call me fa ther Attorneys forthe stat Instant ly objected and the court excluded the statement from the jury except that part in which he said he was not guilty SOLDASV1 Old Safe Containing a Fortune Was Finally Recovered Louisville Several days ago Louis Edelstein a secondhand dealer at 133 East Market street bought an old safe at a sale of the contents of a residence in the southern part of the city for 30 After the sale the owner whoSe name Edelstein refuses to give remembered that he had forgotten to take from the safe 10000 in gilt edge securities sbme Jewelry and a valuable collection of coins He didnt know the man rtio bought the safe but after scouring thQ city with aetec tveshe found Edelstein who promptly returned the property SHE EQUITABLE Insurance Commissioner Prewltt Will Go To New York To Investigate Mt Sterling Insurance Commis sioners Prewitt of Kentucky and R EFolk of Missouri will go to New York in a few days to investigate the affairs of the Equitable Life Assurance society The commissioners believe the company solvent but with other commissioners from various states it Is hoped a decision may be reached whereby the trouble now orewlng In Threatsoficy holders in this state and the bus ness of tile company Is at a stand stilliSERIOUS CHARGE A Boy Wanted Tcj see Some Unfortunate Electrocuted Louisville Eugene Fisher a oy1 was arraigned in the police court for lowering and extinguishing an arc lamp in the street with the expectation that some one in the darkness would come in contact with and he elec trocuted He was fined 1 10 arid placed under 100 bond for three months Young Fisher acknowledged that he and several companions waited to see some one run fnto the lamp AUTO ACCIDENT One Man FatallyHurt and Two Others Seriously Injured Frankfort A heavy aufto car driv an by Emerson Cochran of Lexington at speed exceeding 40 ml s an hour trashed Into a telephone pole on the turnpikelThe car had five occupants Combs who occupied a seat with Cochran sustained a fracture of the skull and received internal injuries which will prove fatal Jame IJoylo knockedgunconscious and severely cut the face and head Ed Kearney was rendered unconscious and severely bruised Cochran John Combs and Frank Jaubert were uninjured except for a severe shaking up being thrown some distance Into a field The acct dent was the result of a race with an other car driven by Will F Kulr also of Lexington and a wen known racing automobilistI iA murderer was hanged a New Or last week POWERS TRIAL Efforts of D fence Will Be Turned in Direction of Federal Courts jLexingtonFonner Gov RI d Yates of Illinois who will appeztFin defense of Caleb Powers on his fourth trial arrived here from Louisville where he had been in consultation with his client in the Jefferson county jail He was accompanied byAttor ney C J Doyle of Springfield Ill ancII Judge JC Simms of Bowung Green Ky the latter also being one of counsel in the Powers defense Upon their arrival here they were met by Collec tor Sam J Roberts and Postmaste F Clay Elkin with whom they went into conference Both Roberts and Elkin have taken an active part in the for mer Powers trials and the conference held here was to discuss the applica tion of some new phases which the defense will introduce at the pending trial While Gov Yates declined to discuss the prospects of the defense for publication he stated that he was sanguine of the outcome It is under stpod that a federal issue will be vigorously pressed at the next trial and it is likely that an effort will be made to get it carried Into the federal courts for determination The exact date of the trial has not been named but Judge R L Stout who will preside has already Indicated that he might call it about the latter end of Mayor the first week In June STANDARD OILCO- It fs Developing a Gas Belt of Considerable Importance Lexington TheStandard Oil Co is developing a gas belt of considerable extent in the upper Kentucky oil fields In Menifee county about ten good gas sera have been drilled in the latest strike being made last week with aI flow estimated at 2000000 cubic feet daily It is understood to be the intention of the Standard to pipe natural gas to this and other Central Kentucky elites Oil strikes in the Kentucky Tennessee fields during the past week number 13 Wayne county asusuaV comes up with the best showings haying seven completions to Its crediit one of which does 100 barrels daily Three dusters have appeared in tpat division during the week The Cumberland field has a ten barreler to its credit while Whiteley county work resulted In two producers of the middle class Outside of this county little is being done Iri the upper fields Wildcat work Is under way in Morgan and Elliott counties WITH ARCCKI A Colored Boy Laid the Ghost Low That Scared Him- LouisvilleJohn Stoll arranged In ghostly garb stood in the basement of a store where Lewis IJord a diminutive colored messenger Is employed and when the negro appeared in theI dimly lighted room the ghost made an unearthly noise Ford was too frightened to flee but picked up a bowlder and hurled It at the white spectre The ghost fell with blood streaming over the white sheet cover ing the body Stoll lost several teeth and was unconscious some time EQUALIZATION BOARD Tax Raises of From Three To Thirty Per Cent Were Made FrankfortThe tate board of equal ization passed finally on the assess ments in Hickman Henderson Graves and Lyon counties and raised Hick man 10 per cent on lands Henderson 3 per cent but let the Graves and Lyon assessments stand They made preliminary raises in the following counties Bath 20 per cent on lauds and 10 per cent on town lots Gill andI Boyd 10 on each Breathitt 30 on lands and 15 oil lots Clark 10on lands lord 20 and 10 Johnson 10 and 15J Lawrence 15 on lands Ma goflln 10 on lands Morgan 12 on lands Powell 15 on lands and Mont gomery lOon lands and 15 on lots Judge Talty defeated Republican candidate for Mayor of St Louis is preparing to contest the election of Rolla Wells Democrat Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dontpnt yourself in this mans place bnt keep a bottle of this remedy in your home There Is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan tnm and has saved the lives of more children than anyother medicine In use When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or late and when that time comes you will nee it badly you will need it quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for such ah emergency Price 25e largealze 50a For sale by C J Haydon Springfield Insanity The Causef t Cincinnati Enquirer rThe spread of insanity in the United specialistsgiving it great attention just now The causeIDr H N Moyer of Chicago an ex pert in mental diseases has advanced this theor There is no doubt about the caUse for the increase in insanity City life causes insanity Poor food poor homes with no sun and bad air improper cloth ing worrying because people are be hind in the rent drives people crazy And the cure Live in the country says Dr Moyer It is the coming tcth6 city grinding and pinching and failing to make both ends meet that drive people crazy The cure for insanity is Live out of doors and laugheven if you cannot put cash in the bank Ponder these words of the Chicago scientistAre you burning the candle at both endsAre you breathing foul air and neg lecting the sunlightIAre you putting all your thoughts upon business and moneygetting hAre you disturbing nature by irregularity of habits Are you spending in reckless dissi pation or ceaseless dollarhunting the hours that should be used for sleeping Are you starving your body in order that you may tuff your purse Are you wearing out your brain with worry Are you giving more heed to the exhausting demands of the golden calf than the exhilarating joys of nature Are you forcing yourself to carry on your shoulders more than your strength can stand Are you compelling your wives and children to stay in pentup rooms to stagnate or to fade Are you pinching and grinding your employes injuring them physically and weakening them withanaemia If so you are helping to fill the sane asylums andaugment the ranks of degenerates You are floing your part to destroy the human race Change your ways you who are doing any of these things Go out into the country Fill your lungs with fresh air Send your wives and children into the sunlight Make your clerks and workmen go where it is green When you feel like worrying smile When you feet like smiling laugh Banish worry from your lexicon forever Figuresthemselves show that Amer ican people must do something to charge the conditions As gathered and presented by Dr Moyer they establish the fact that New Yorks insanity ratio is one out of every 340 persons Boston and New England have one in every 320 persons Chicago has one in every 400 Will you join in remedying the evil The formula is simple Live out of doors and laugh Lots of Fruit Elizabethtown News More recent investigations show that the peach crop of Hardin county was not injured by the cold spell that the apple crop is slightly hurt that pears cherries and plums were not nearly as badly damaged as first reported and that there will be a half crop ofIeach of these fruits Stravberries were more damaged than anything else but there will be some strawberries NORTH PLEASANT GROVE Rev W R Hatchet Sunday afternoon at 3 oclock preached to large congregation at our chifch County Court was well attended by the citizens of this community Hog cholera is reported to have made its appearance in this section Richard Trent on Monday of last week bought a nice bay mare from Mr Wilson for 75 Mrs Robert Thompson had a fine fish fry recently The fishwere caught with a silver hookthe surest if not the safest way to get them Mesdames Matt Moore Eliza Grigsby and Cheatham were the guests of Mrs MollieTrent Tuesday The farmers are all laboring industri ously to get their earn planted There was considerable rivalry and enjoyment too among the children during Easter on account of coloring eggs The Poor Printer Una of brownings remarks Is char acteristic Ho once said to Dr KnIght that all the unlntcllislblllty of Sor Hello is due to the printers They would change my punctuation and not print my commas semicolons dashes nnd brackets r The Caane Caller What makes you say sister Is fond of me Bobby Bobby Ulster New Orleans Tlines Democrat his Ideas ImaginationrIn thinking be has any Bulwer Fire at White Springs Fla caused a loss of 250000 j IBUGGIES KINDS TO SUIT YOU AT PRICES TO PLEASE YOUr J If you want a good buggy a stylish buggy at a low price call up- onSEEDSI McCLURE WELLS r FIELD BET VARIETIES LOWEST PRICES I The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old HickorYStudebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfoundevery experienced farmer and wagoner Ve handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best iri the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fuclng VThe Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunmnf This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them buchrlngiand Wickedness 1 McClure Wells Springfield Roller Mills I + iSpringfields Solid The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers ear + i Springfield Roller Mills t1i i- W T Where Are Your Bovs Anderson News The recent fire which wiped out 15 000 worth of property at Princeton was started by some boys who were in a stable learning to smoke cigarettes and play cards The facts were learned when some of the boys who were in the game confessed that the fire started in the hay while they were lighting their cigarettes UI Thank the Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark il for the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for five years It is marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c jooooooeoooooo I Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1SS9 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS ice D Robertson President Hon I H Thurman VicePresidentC J A Boulware Chas M ilcChord Aswt Cashier H C Let Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Oleo D Robertson W L Graham Judge I H Thurman G L Haydon- J w Satterly T M Blanford Your Banking Business 2 5 Solicited Satisfaction Q v Guaranteed u SrlnfIIII Kyy 1 Comfort j 8- oooooooooooooooooooooooooo rtct et aJ 13aad taJl4i JOHN1V MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUGKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown rT Handsome lineof Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 71 iaaaaoo aaaQaaQ Lao Hrnox S B Tdoxrsor Js HAYDON THOMPSON wdMioww LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE t Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PHOJOC 18 ooqooooooocoooooUSE 11 IIi 5aI E c eoaas i t J i I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 t fJLMrs Williams Tihe ILeading Milliner I4 17INeW Patterns In t aridfeady toWears for Ladies Misses and Chil Idren in very week Come in and see them i MRS WILLIAMSf t I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 3 1905 l ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR t In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 00 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100SixThree Months 25 changedt1wa8a mg as as to you wish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET i i LiteeyCocxrrConan CLEHK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHERIFF BCPEKDJTEXDEKT OF ScHOOES J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan w T Mitchell DeputyCoRoaEnJ31 Montgomery We are all patiently waiting for that sea fightbetween Russia arid Japan t Owing to the teamsters strike in Chicago pulls are made un der grave difficulties The Louisville Times was twen tyone years old Monday There are none better few as good An Ohio man claims to have seen a portrait of Gen Fitzhugh Lee in the clouds on the day he dieduJhen says he the clouds quickly changed and formed a picture of Grover Cleveland As to the first vis ion we believe the Ohio gen tleman merely drew upon his im agination for the picture But Grover Cleveland may have ap peared In a cloucl he has been under one for a long time The successful fellow in this commercial age is the man vjio begins his digging with the first rays of the mornjing sun and digs digs digs till the jhidnight oil burns low in the lamo Postmaster General George B Cortelyou will probably resign his Cabinet position to accept the Presidency of the Equitable Life Assurance Company at 100000 a year salary Mr Cprtelyou doubtless feels jhat he can serve his country better as President of the EquitableLife The grand jury at Springfield Ohio last w ek recommended a public whipping for the husband who faijs to support his wife If this recommendation should be carried into effect Ohio gentlemen can finda haven down here in Kentucky where a woman may support herself also her husband and from six to sixteen children without placing the old man in position tog et himselfcowhided Realty Bargains 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at 62255 acres highly improved stock farm Mercer county at poo 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg- on at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 307 acres Spencer county a good one at 50 Exchange340 acres hemp and tobacco land Canard coun ty at 36 ExchangeStore property Washington county village 2 goodaboutAnd many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky rKiThe Double StoreGRUNDY ClAYBROOKE oc1NTIRE are a good many 1THERE why women al think of Queen Quality when they think of shoes It is the name of the shoe that insures correct fashionof the shoe that fitsof the shoe of quality at a moderate rlceof the FAMOUS SHOE FOR WOWEN A gracefulcarriage re QualityQueenQuality urately fit every normal foot Oxfords 25i v Shoes 300 In addition to the above we carry a full and complete line of shoes for men Misses and children Gr irtdy Claybrooke Mclntire Severe Wind Storm On last Friday night about 10 oclock a very severe wind storm visited the Pleasant Gro neighborhood doing considerable qamage to fencing and orchards Mrj A L Litsey informs The Sun that the top of the chimney to his dwelling hquse was bjown off that ten or twelve trees in his orchard were rootwadded and that his hen house was blown down JA buggy belonging to Mr Litsey was blown seventyfive or 100 yards and was completely rdemoli ished A part of the roofing oJ the barn qf Mr Wm Merritt of the same neighborhood was torn off and con siderable damage was done to his orchard SHARPSVILLE Misses Mary and Sarah Darnell were the guests of Misses Myrtle and Mar g et Saturday night and Sunday Thos Darnell was somewhat bruised Sunday by a runaway mule but was not seriously hurt Rev Mullins of Sinai preached a good sermon at Antioch Sunday- A large crojvd attended the singing at Brother Jesse Robinsons Thursday night Asric Satteney and family spent Sat urday and Sunday with C M Gritton and wife at Ashbrook Miss Alice Simpson and Richard Cole man were pleasantly entertained Sun day by Miss Patsy Gritton Frank Bowen and Roscoe Bryant were prospecting iu Willisburg Satur day G W Bowen and Miss Mary Ann Monroe were guests of John Hilbert and wife Sunday Dosty Cornish and Kit Richardson are preparing for a fishing tour T G Dennis and brother were in Spring eld Tuesday on business Miss Addie Moore in company with her mot ier called on friendsat Kirk land Tuesday night Vincent Sanders spent Saturday night with Leonard Robinson Colonel Griffin has opened his sub scription school at Seaville Doke Leathers and George Bowen were among friends at Lick Skillet Ora Bowen spent several days with Miss Lizzie Robinson at Seaville Miss Vera Robinson was the guest of Miss Nora Bowen Sunday night George Darnell spent Saturday night with Frank Bowen W T Bowen and James Sallee were in Harrodsburg Monday on business We were very sorry to hear of the death of Mrs Mary Hedger t Runaway Accident William Willham and wife had a nar row escape one day last week They had started on a visit and Mr Willham had occasion to leave the buggy and open a gate when the horse became frightened and ran off overturning the buggy and throwing Mrs Willham into the top in which she was dragged for some distance She was considerably bruised but not seriously hurt The vehicle was badly wrecked PRATHERS CREEK r Sheep shearing is all the go this week Misses Sadie and Henrietta Noel were visiting relatives at Mackville last week Mrs Lusetta Deboe of Springfield bought a milk cow and calf from R R Brady for 42 Cornelius Gillespie of Mackville was in our community Friday Miss Margie Claybrook was the guest of her sister Mrs R L Brady Saturday and Sunday I Several of our young people attended fie lecture at Texas last week Mis Mattie Whitehouse was the pleasant guest of Miss Jena Arnold last Wednesday night The youngest child of Handsome Robertson and wife is on the sick list this week Sweeny Yankey went through this community last week buying lambs for which he was paying fancy prices Ray Cochran of Penick Station was visiting friends and relatives here Saturday and Sunday Mrs R T Best and daughters were the guest of G H Cristerson Sunday- G W Young and wife spent Satur day and Sunday in Springfield with the latters father Henry Coyle Mrs Sallie Kimberlin was visiting her sister Mrs Ida Arnold at Texas Saturday W H Whitehouse bought of nis brother M C Whitehouse two steers for Prentice Mayes bought a fancy her ness mare in Springfield County Court day for 95 Brother Brewer preached at Bethel Sunday As to the fruit crop in this vicinity I will say that in my judgment there willhe but about half a crop of cher ries but nearly a full crop of peaches and an abundance of applesprovided fcol1eslaterWhere will you find another paper in Kentucky or for that matter in any sister Statethat has twenty or more bona fide correspondents who scour the woods so to week for items of news speakkeVery and whose genial Sun shine groundhog or no groundhog + H iHW+ THE BIG STORE iHW iBRUMFIELD After an absence of several days I will try to write a few items We had a good rain and hailstorm Friday night grass begins to look good and the fanners are planting corn Misses Naomi and Nannie Rawlings were visiting Mrs A H Crain last weekJ Grain is building a new dwelling house here A H Grain and wife were visiting the latters parents last week JT Stewart of Louisville was in our village last Saturday Mr M F Goode and daughter Mrs Owens left last week for Winchester Messrs Parks and Fernell are learn ing telegraphy here under the agent J M Helm Bud Hale moved his family to Har rodsburg last eels The Sun enters the writers home regularly each week and is gladly wel med The continued story The Wings of the Morning is excellent Subscribers should join in to increase the circulation so1 as to have it read by VashingItonthat the editor will appreciate what you do for the widespread o6 The Sun which we hope to see live long and prosper HILLSBORQ We are having some fine weather for crops Erastus Shields George Dean and Pitch Godby visited at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday John Armstrong and family attended a meeting at Tatham Springs Saturday Misses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong Beautiful Showing of I Slimmer Dress + p r Goods j t otIVictoria Lawns Swiss Mulls and Batistes India Linens Jacquard and Madras Ef efects Dress Linens Waist Linens Handkerchiefs tLinens Etc Etc v LACES + tusedply the demand as our stock was never +larger +Se our stock of Dress Silks I + Robertson Brothers je c r attended church at Glens Creek Sunday Mrs Mollie Sutherland is visiting rel atives in Anderson county this week Miss Mollie Shewmaker of Botland is here the guest of Misses Maud and Eva Inman Ormsby Shewmafcer and Mitt Leach man visited at Wardsville Sunday J S Leachman and daughter Lii lian attended church at Tatham Springs Sunday f- Miss Maud Inman spent Sunday with Mrs Rena Gillispee Miss Judith Montgomery spent Sun day with Miss Sarah Shields Rev Hoskinson of Springfield will preach here thefirst Sunday at oclock and Rev Simms will preach on the third Sunday evenine Rufus Shewmaker has bought a new buggyBill Spears of Springfield is paper ing the house of J M Shields this weekJ Shields and Marshall Keeling are erecting tobacco barns which will be completed in a few days Miss Flossie Armstrong visited Mrs Pearlie Sutherland last Friday Miss Mattie Beglyof Fenwick at tended Sunday School here Sunday Ernest Shewmaker has gone to Fen wick to crop with his brotherinlaw Davis Settles Our Sunday School is progressing nicely and we hope it will continue so Coroner M Montgomery was caned to hold an inquest over Merrill C Wes- who hung himself Notice To Town Taxpayers 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 MACKV1LLE Rev S W Peoples preached an in teresting sermon at the Methodist church Sunday and a large congrega tion was out to hear and shake hands with their old pastor Rev Ballou of Illinois also preached to a large audi ence on Sunday night at the same place Several from this community attended churchat Glens Creek Sunday Sam Mayes and wife and Green Ma Iherly and wife spent Friday with Will Hatchett and wife Rev S W Peoples and wife spent Thursday night at the home of James Cregor Lois Yankee has purchased a new bbertire buggy from J D Sweeney Ed Britton has sold his farm on the Battle road to William Law A party of our young people contem plate going afishing the first day of May Ebskil Graham and wife of Dugans ville were the guests of the latters parents Lonnie Turner and wife Sat urday night and Sunday Hallis Hickerson is digging a well at his new home here- Housecleaning painting and repair ing and repairing are the order of the day forSale 1 tAstorehouse and t stock of furniture notions groceries stoves and stove repairs tinware etc at Mackvflle Ky Large storeroom two stories 24x50 feet a tenfoot wareroom full length Building has 2tinch shelving Fine opportunity I desire to sell on account of ill health Can be bought i reasonable Easy terms Write orlcall on T J GRAVES 16 Mackvflle Ky f I f The secret of life health happiness is the right kind of a tonic VIMAL TIS THE PERFECT HEALTH TONIC 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 arley with the soothing sedative influences of the hops 15 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT HAYDONS DRUG STOREg c THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY J 905 5 F BIG StORSBARGAINS IN iiTIE aaaeoeoeo oeoeneoeooeoel National Bankft oFSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY e e ct CAPITAL 50000 A Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 OFFICERS j B L Litsey Presdent a John W Lewis VicePresident iS A C MoElroy Cashier a LB Cain Ass tCashier ne B E Foster Bookkeeper J iDIRECTORS e n LewisSidnetpreen i DJno 0 Polin n e 0 We grant every favorconsistent with safe banking If you have e not already an account with this 0 bank we invite your patronage n OenenenenenenegeOeneoeneQ Local News Notes Pork chops at Carpenters J H Moore bought a lot from E S Mayes jr this week for 200 Fresh fish received at Carpenters each Thursday Try a nice steak Carpenters is the place to get it 1 r Born To the wife of S CMcGill on May 1st a boy Sausage freshmade every tday at Carpenters Haydon Barber have for sale a nice lot of Millet Seed Get their prices be fore you buy They will save you money Several of The Suns correspondents sent their letters in too late for this weeks paper but they will be pub listed next week FommA bunch of keys on last Friday near Steve McGills on the Springfieldand Mackville pike Two large brass keys and five small keys Call for them at The Sun office and pay for this notice Gov Beckham has appointed Mr J thEJdelegatesCongress which meets in Washington May The Glen Lily B D Lakes new brandof cigars are being appreciated by all who love a goad smoke Last r o Carpetsand actingsAstonishing the Trade Robertson Bros9 Springfield week Mr Lake received an order from a Frankfort house for 1000 of the Glen Lily brand and the order was accompa nied by a note speaking very highly of tie cigar and saying that if the sales continued to increase the firm would place an order for 5000 Dont fail to attend the lecture of Rev W F Gordon at the Methodist church on next Friday evening Admission 15c and 25c jAt a meeting of the City Council last night G C Wharton and W K Robertson were appointed a committee to confer with the property owners on Walnut street in regard to widening that thoroughfare SJ Smock and S Roberts were appointed a committee to attend to having the same extended from front of Hertleins across alley to rear of J AL Boulwares property The Corker is a most elegant 15c cof fee P J Thomas Summons on indictments to the hun ber of ISO are now being issued from the CirutChri soffiee against the Standard Oil Co for peddling oil in Washington county without license The indictments wer returned at this February term of court WantedCountry bacon and lard jl will highest market price P Jl 5Thomas POL1N Misses Ethel Caxyand Cordia Pink ston spent Tuesday with Miss Eliza Scott H T Scott and wife visited their son Edd at Lebanon a few days last week Steve Scott and Guthrie Gordon were here Saturday on business The Sunday school at Hardesty is doing nicely We wish them much suc cess Shelton Montgomery was in Spring field Monday This place was well represented at St Chapel Sunday night Clell Hardesty and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with Edd Moore of Mooresville Mrs Mary Crow and Miss Bessie Hardesty were in Willisburg Thursday shopping iiMrs W T Hardesty and daughter SaturdayBerlin of SundayWalter Ivan Crow and wife and little son Theo were the guests of W T Hardesty buialay Joel Hall who has been sick for some time isno ti nt Wanted uarrei ui goon apple vinegar I will pay a good price P J Thomas f 1 OUR WAY UR WAY of doing business is to save money for our customers in every legitimate way We give better quality for less price we decrease our profit inorder to increase our customers satisfaction we give the best service in every way at the minimum cost We have been doing this everjince we started in business and find that it pays If you have not tried our storq we ask you to come here the next time you ne anything irf the drug line You wit find tgood reasons to come V i z Prescriptions a Specialty THFKED CROSS DRUG STORE DR P W WELLS PROPRIETOR i MRS S E WORNALL MANAGER TATHAM SPRINGS HOTEL VV She is popular with all who have had the pleasure of attending the Springs in the past few years The hotel is now open to the public and the indications are thatthe attendance will be large throughout the season ecieoeoeoeoe eoea eoeo o tr- o et Personal Notes s e io Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 0n Personal News e aQen l eoqenQ qeOQQ Ee Mr G E Medley is at home for 1t few days Mrs Ed Dragoo of near town is quite ill i Hon W D Glaybrooke is in Frankfort this week r Mr lA H Robertson of Bardstown Was in town this week Miss Hadgie Browne was in Louis ville the first of the week Jim Stone and Will Wakefield of Barddtown spent Sunday here Mrs A R Shultz has returne from LebanoniMiss Esther Bouleware is spendin- this week at Tatham Spring Prof G W Colvin was in Bardstown last week y Mrs 40hn W Lewis is spending today in Louisville f Mr a d Mrs JS Glaybrooke spent Sunday in Bardstown DrJ M Burton was in Lebanon yesterday Dr Ji B RoBards was in rfarrods burg this week Mr H M Moss was5iTaylorsvilie last week on business IMr 0 H McWhorterwas in Camp last week Mrs Katie Williams is in Loiiis ville buying millinery goods Miss Josie 4ec visited friends in Bardstown one tray last week PennIspent at Frederickstown businessI Messrs Phil MqChord and Rohcr Marks were at Tatham Springs list week Miss Florence llamiltom of Freder ickstown visited her sister Mrs J L Barber last week Miss Lillie Anderson of Danville is visiting at the home of Mr H M ONan Mrs T Scott Mayes was in undergojLexington this week at the bedside of his sister who is dangerously ill Dr John Spalding of Louisville is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Taylor Spalding Mr S B Thompson spent a few days last week with friends at How ardstown in Nelson county Miss Alathairer Medley wno has been visiting in Campbellsyille for a few days returned home Monday =Mrs Polin Edelen was tailed to Bardstown last week by the serious ill ness of her sister Mrs Spalding Mrsl E Carl Litsey of Lebanon has returned home from a visit to her parents Judge and Mrs Selecman of this place Misses Emma Adams of Harrods burg and Annie Edwards of Perry ville spent last week here the guests of Mrs S B Thompson Jr Mesdames Charlotte Vawter and r Maggie Marshal of Indianapolis Ind are visiting relatives in the county Mrs Geo Austin of J ellico Tenn and Miss Katherine Raye of Lebanon are guests at the W T McElroy home today Miss Nellie Barry of Nashville Tenn will arrive this week to be the guest of Miss Mary McCabe Mr Hubert Claybrooke of Scotts burg Ala who has been here on busi horndyesterday1 liges J S Cla brooke accompanied father Mr J R Claybrooke went to Louisville Saturday to consult a physician Miss Alice McElroy entertained number of her friends at her home in town oh last fridayeveningJMrs W is ville is here the guest of her sister Mrs F R Hodapp for a few days Mr and Mrs Jack Sharp returned to their home at Mackville after a few days visit to Mrs F R Hodapp Mr Dinwiddie Lampton who has been connected with the Louisville Cooperage Company for quite awhile is here spending n few days with his parents Dr and Mrs Lampton before leaving for Shelby Miss where he will take charge of a large stave mill C Mrs C J Haydon left Monday for Chattanooga where she was called by the illness of her brother Mr J A Simms He is reported much improved and will probably accompany Mrs Hay don to Springfield the latter part of the week tMr willispcndafore going to Sheffield Ala where he together with his brothers Messrs M S and Morias Hansbrough will en gage in the newspaper work they hav ingbought thriving newpaper and job business at Sheffield Telephonesa At a meeting of the City Council lust night an ordinance was passed creating a telephone exchange which will be sold to the highest bidder at the court house door some time in the near fu ture The franchise carries with it a provision that exchanges are to be es tablished at Mackville Willisburg and Mooresville or Maud A provision is also made that the company buying the franchise must agree to extend its lines to all important communities in the county 4 f Sunday School Convention The annual convention of the Wash ington County Sunday School Association will be held at the Presbyteiian church in Springfield Saturday May 13 A strong program is now being prepared and syij be printed in the next issue of Thft Sun Everything is to be done to make this one of the most interesting and profitable meetings of the Association over held in the county and it is earnestly urged that all Sun day school workers be present The secretary is at present receiving re- Ports andaU superintendents are urged to prepare reports and forward them promptly Each school in the county is requested to appoint two or more delegate and urge upon them the importance of attending the Asso elation LONG RUN Prof Sanders is teaching a singing class at Deep Creek church Mercer county Fruit is more or less hurt in this section Mrs Coley Lay is very ill of typhoid fever Mr Scofield has been in our country buying timber George Carpenter and Miss Lillie Staton were married last Wednesday Mesdames Lettie Russell Paralee Cocanougher and Nancy Coyle are on the sick list Rev H P Hatchett will preach at LongRun schoolhouse Saturday night Mrs Lizzie Cocanougher and daugh ter Miss Mary are visiting relatives in Boyle county oJM Coyle sold to J S Yankey one workmule for 1375- 0Wedding Anniversary On the 1st of May the friends of Mr George Elliott and wife celebrated their crystal wedding they having been married fifteen years They received many nice presents The dinner which vas excellent and gracefully served was much enjoyed by the com pany The fleeting hours were spent in song and social intercourse Miss Mattie Elliott of the Deaf and Dumb School at Danville repeated the songs Nearer My God To Thee and Sweet Land of Liberty in the sign language Our genial friend Harye Lawson gave an appropriate talk then prayer was offered and while the song God Be With You was being sung the company congratulated the happy couple We all left feeling the occasion d been a iapp one TATHAM SPRING The fifth Sunday meeting closed with a large congregation in attendance ellPleasahtbeing wellrepresented The ministers in attendance were Revs Har vey Hatchett E Somers B F Adkins L Reed and Brother Martin Misses Lela Goode Ella Sanders Nel lie Wells and Mattie and Bessie Drury rEi To tell you whats wfpng Sometimes takes a mi e i Again itsquite long j But whether Its easy 1 Or whether its hard We leave qothing undqne In any regard r E 11 RUSSELL Jewelerand Optician When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertisement out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off r iEEEEE k 1WiF tk it Cw K T t y S n EFF c R i EEtc hy That tick on time can be bought jJJ W at Graves at a lowprice Also a if Inice line of jewelry Have your t eyes tested and glasses fitted or Call and see him uiIft 3333 l EE3 1 i WORK TEm w Jas m Graves i tttcc ST yiit W I 33a kE E were the guests of MissesEmma and Virna Wells Sunday Flour at the Tatham Spring mill sells at 280 andS3 per hundred Frank Harden and wife andMr Nut grassand wife visited at the home of W M Gordon Saturday night and Sunday John White and Miss Mary Hill were quietly married at the home of Rev Harvey Hatchett Sunday evening Clyde Woodson and Levi Ruby of Fairfield attended church here Satur day Mrs John Keeling ison the sick list Misses Martha Yocum and Anna Wells visited their parents Saturday and Sun day iWt i Bargains In Millinery For Next Saturday May 6 f+ ++ + On the above date The Knott +Co will have on display a large and handsome line of hats ranging in prices from + 935O to 94QO iThis sale will give you an op + + portunity to buy a very fine fir hat at a very low price I Complete line of Communion Wreaths at Very Low Prices Come in to see them + t THE KNOTT GO itH + ++ + r 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MA YJI90S h Furniture Bargains Tell me your Furniture Wants and I am Sure tr IiJEieverything Fire and House Screens uptodate 75 cents and lip Door and Window Screens at Lowest prices PictureEaselsthe Prettiest Line you ever saw All kinds of Porch and Lawn Goods Baby Carriages and GoNCatr- LLCome in see my goods and get my prices I WALTER E LEACHMAN ipYVii FUGITIVE GIVES UP Tired of Being a Hunted Man Jack Steele Unexpectedly Surrenders to the Authorities at frankfort1 Frankfort Ky April 27Jack Steele formerly of Bell county and one of those indicted for complicity hi the murder of Governor William Goebel came to Frankfort very unexpectedly wasireleasedease will be called at the September term of the Franklin Circuit Court Steele and Frank Cecil were indicted t at the same time but a year after Powers Taylor and the others had been indicted and both skipped out Later Cecil came back gave himself up gave bond and testified in the last Powers trial to some sensational facts It Is not known just what evidence the commonwealth has against Steele but it is presumed that Steele has inti mate knowledge of the details of the plot to assassinate Goebel and he may testify in the next trial of Caleb PowersIt believed here that Steeles vol tmtary surrender after being three years a fugitive means that he is tired of being a hunted man and is willing to tell what he knows of the facts lead ing up to Governor Goebels death Circuit Court i 1x Anderson News Last Friday was the last day for filing suits for the regular May term of the Circuit Court which will begin on next Monday The docket as made up by Circuit Clerk Walker is set for five days and contains 106 continued cases and 55 appearances making a total of 161 cases of all kinds df these on the tlJtcriminal docket there are 43 continued and 23 new cases on the ordinary docket 10 continued and 20 new cases and on the equity docket 53 continued and 12 new cases What Do We Plant Gateway Magazine What do we plant when we plant the tree We plant the ship Which will cross the sea We plant the mast to carry the sails We plant the planks to withstand the galesThe keelson and the beam and oWeplant the tree What do we plant when we plant the treeZ We plant the house for you and me We plant the rafters the shingles the floors We plant the studding the laths the doors siJgaUpartsthatbeWe tree What do we plant when we plant the tree t A thousand thins that we daily see We plant spire that outtowers the crag We countrysflagWe plant the shade from the hot sun free We plant all these when we plant the tree How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding off the of old is to main tain a vigorousdigestion This can be done by eating only food suited to your age and occupation and when anydis order of the stomach appears take a dose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct it If you have a weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion Y9U will find these Tablets byCRev John B Kelly rector of Holy church New Albany tTrinitYath01iC years died at St this morning WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM Sick Headache SHOULD USE For Permanent ReliefHERIINE acts directly on the LiverIt will cure CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA AND CIIILLS Is free from all poisonous mineral substances and is composed solely of LIRGIYIHG HERBS Especially adapted for weak and weary constitutions strengthens the weakened glands and organs it checks all derangements of th r human body CURED HER SICK HEADACHE Mrs Josie Camerbn Centralia Avenue Temple Texas writesU find HERBINE gives me relief and take pleasure in recommending it to all women who suffer from sick headache WITHIN TTO REACH OF ALL Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitute Ballard Snow Liniment Co- St Louis U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C JHAYDON Springfield Ky KENTUCKY TO DATE 9 If It Happened In Kentucky You Will Find It Hjere Condensed Items From Every Quarter of the State THE BUSY FARMER MAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A GLANCE OR SO A Unique Still Destroyed Barbourvllle During a raid by reve nue officers in the moonshine district of Eastern Kentucky Deputy United States Marshal William Mayes and posse captured and destroyed a unique still The still was located at the head of Buck creek in Owsley county and the furnace and fixtures were con cealed beneath the floors of dwelling house The Madstone Applied Louisville W G Pruitt Vrho was bitten on the land by a 14yearold shepherd dog and Wm M Ferguson of Bullitt county who was bitten by a horse called on Charles Hall of Ninth and Magazine streets to apply his madstone to their wounds In each ease there was relief from tne inflam mation and pains Suit Against Coal Companies MadisonvllleA M Harrison agent for the Kentucky state auditor entered suit here against the St Bernard Rennicke Oakhlll and Crabtree coal companies for failing to correctly list their mine properties The vajue of the property Is estimated at 10000 000 and taxes due the state are claimed at 135000 Death of M R Bankston PaducahM R Bankston died of cancer of the tomach Realizing that he was failing Mr Bankston attempt ed suicide recently by cutting his throat but was too weak for the ef fort to be successful and succeeded only In Inflicting two slight flesh wounds on either side of his throat Maud Brought Good Price Newport Maud No2 the mule which has become famous because of- a bitter war that has been engendered between Mayor Helmbold and the city council was sold for 145 Mayor Helmbold vigorously criticised the lat ter body for declining to pay for the mule and other things The Sujt Dismissed FrankfortThe court of appeals dis missed the suit of the city of Coving ton against Craig from Kenton because the amount Involved on an ap portionment warrant was less than 200 The court says that the title to the property was only collaterally in volved Postmaster Dropped Dead Paducah B F Gilbert postmaster at Blandvllle dropped dead in the post office His death was caused by heart dIsease Mr Gilbert was 74 years of age He was appointed postmaster during McKinleys administration and bad held the position ever since Sued For Back Taxes London Suit was filed here In the county court by State Revenue Agent A 11 Harrison of Louisville against First National bank for back taxesSon 90000 for the three years 1901 1902 and 1903 Freitag Is Committed NewportAlbert Freitag who shot and killed his sister Mrs Anna Peters at her home in Bellevue and who was adjudged of unsound mind was taken to Lakeland asylum Grief Killed He- rLouisvilleMrs Mary E Niland died at the home of her sister 2304 Duncan street as the result of grief over the death of her husband John Nilaud Railway Office Robbed Middlesboro The passenger ofllca of the Louisville Nashville railroad here was robbed The amount taken was 325 There Is no clew to the robbers Will Address Kentucky State Bar Louisville Gov Joseph W Folk of Missouri will be the principal orator at the annual meeting of the State Bar association to be held June 22 In Cov Ington Hi A McDowell secretary of the association received a telegram from the private secretary of Gov Folk accepting the invitation Mrs Lena Clark Louisville Mrs Lena Clark widow of Charles Jefferson Clark and niece of the late Mayor Charles D Jacobs of this city died in New York city Her husband made a fortune hi South African mines and died several years ago The body of Mrs Clark wlll be buried here = New Freight Depotat Ashland Ashland The Chesapeake Ohio will construct a now 100000 freight depot The company has options on considerable property here and will shortly close the deal The depot will be accessible to the Ashland Coal and- Iron railroad and the Ashland Tug River Co Married By Telegraph Bowling Green Mary C Slaughter of this city and James Murrell an of flcer at Ft Macttenzle Wyo although separated by several thousand miles were married through the medium of the Western Union telegraph A min ister was at each end of tbe line Berea College Case Continued Frankfort On request of Attorney John G Carlisle of New York the ap pellate court continued to the next September term the Berea college case involving the constitutionality of the Day legislative act prohibiting coeducation of the races o EncampmentElizabethtownCaptM W G Force and Capt J H Browning of Louisville a committee of the Ken tucky department of the Grand Army of the Republic are in communication with the citizens of this city with the view of holding the 190G encampment of the G AR In this city Preacher a Candidate MIddleburg Rev TV J Winfrey of Jamestown ann a wellknown minister of the Christian church has announc ed himself a candidate for represen tative in the next general assembly from this the 43d legislative district composed of Casey and Russell counties Died at the Age of 93 Mt Olivet Frank Cleaver aged 93 is dead He was horn in England in 1812 when there was bad feeling between that country and the United States He came to this country about 50 years ago and engaged In farming and made a success IHenry Youtsey III Newport Word reached this city that Henry E Youtsey convicted two years ago of participation in the murder of Gov Goebel and sentenced to life imprisonment in the state peniten tiary at Frankfort Is seriously In the prison hospital First Under the New Law Louisville John Gaddis was sen tenced to serve one year Iri prison for chicken stealing His accomplice turned states evidence Gaddis Is the first nian to be sentenced In Louisville under the law making the theft ofI chickens a felony Francisco Sold For 15000 Lexington Gus Straus sold to Frank Muir of Peoria Ill the bay horse Francisco 6 by Sip Maxim dam Frances S by Strathford for 15000 He goes In the stud During two and threeyearold form he won 13 races Slot Machines Must Go Newport Lieut John Leahey has notified Mayor Helmbold that every saloonkeeper druggist candy store proprietor and cigar dealer in the city has been Informed that the machines must be down and out before May 1 Heavy Purchaser of Tobacco Carlisle Thomas N French buyer for the Continental Tobacco Co at this point has purchased and slipped a little over 2500000 pounds of tobac co up to date The purchase price has averaged 948 qents per pound Hon W H Cole Is Narlted Middleburg Hon YoHCole of Amandaville was nominated for rep resentative at a delegated convention held at Burkesvile to represent the 37th legislative district composed of Adair and Cumberland counties Fractured His Leg Versailles In throwing a ball In the bowling alley here Hiram Wll holt wrenched his left leg so violent ly as to fracture the bone between tne thigh and knee The fracture Is a serious one Nearing the End Lexington The trial of James Har gis made rapid progress The defense will close soon and the case go to ar gument and a verdict reached In a few days Paris is to have a special kind of street light to Indicate the wherea bouts of branch post offices New Lumber Road Mt Sterling The Clearfleld Lumber Co of Clearfield Pa has begun n survey for a new line of railway from Morehead Rowan county to Par agon Morgan county The route will traverse up the north fork of the Licking river and will be 12 miles In length sHeath In Louisville Ioulsv lePerry Heath former secretary of the republican national coin mittee and former first assistant postmaster general arrived here In company with his wife who will visit rela tives Mr Heath will leave for Salt Lake City to manage hts newspaper Senator Hallam Dying CovingtonHon Theodore Hallam Kentucky state senator is dying at St Elizabeth jjospital He has steadily grown Wose after several days con finement with an illness that has creptI upon him by degrees and which his physicians term1 general prostration Bronston Against Powers Louisville Charles J Bronstonof Lexington has been retained to assist In the prosecution of Caleb P wersI under sentence of death for complicity in the killing of Gov William Goebel Mr Bronston will succeed the lateI Tom Campbell Slot Machines Out Newportrromptly at midnight BlocI machines In this city Dayton and the remainder of Campbell county wereI turned to the wall The total number of passengers car red by electric lines each in the United States is 5836000000 Miss Frances Amelia Lincoln seven tyfive years old a relative of President Lincoln hasbeen found dead at her home in New Rochelle 11 Screens OR Flies WHICH DO YOU WANT Wewill sell you the Screens The fly comes without buying The Self Fitting Window Screen They fit themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop 0 Springfield Lumber Co Ii T HISLAST- se SA Gen Fitzhugh Lee Veteran of Three Wars Passes Away In Washington As A Result of A Stroke of Apoplexy Washington April 28Gen Fitzhugh Lee U S A retired and one of Vir ginias foremost sons died at the dence Hospital Here tonight from attack of apoplexy which he suffered early this morning on a train while en ronte from Boston to Washington After Gen Lee had been removed to the hospital this morning it was evident to the attending physicians that his case was a very serious one but they believed that his strong vitality and will power would assist materially in at least a partial recovery from the attack His condition remained fair con sidering the severity of the attack during the day but shortly after 9 oclock he began to grow weaker his breathing became more rapid and his pulse lower terminating in less than two hours in death A pathetic feature oflhe case is that although Gen Lee was blessed with a family consisting of a wife and five children and not one of them was with him at the time of his death FITZHUGH LEE AT A GLANCE Born in Fairfax county Va 1825 He was a nephew of Robt E LeeIGraduated from United tary Academy in 850 instructor of cavalry at West Point 186061 Lieuten ant Colonel of First Virginia cavalry 18612 made Brigadier General July 25 1862 made Major General Septem ber 3 1863 Had three horses shot from tinder him and was badly Wounded at Win chester Va September 19 1864 Commanded whole cavalry corps of army of Northern Virginia from March 1865 until he surrendered to Meade at Farmville Governor of Virginia 188690 United States Consul at Havana from I 1ba vour reading matter Suns Club Jinglist O 1893 until war was declared with Spain Major General of the United States volunteers May 1898 placed in command Seventh army corps Became Millitary Governor of Havana January 1 1899 Later in command of the Department of Missouri United States army until retired upon reaching the age limit Son Lost Mother familyandwrites E B Reid of Harmony Me For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I from serious lung trouble His MrReidmust not be neglected and how tbcure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and I Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug store Trial bottle free Grcuit Court in Marion Lebanon Enterprise The Standard Oil Company was tried on one indictment for peddling oil fn Marion county without license The company was fined 100 and there are only 487 other indictments against it for the same offense remaining to be tried The case will be appealed Commonwealth against Joseph Bal lard charged with shooting in sudden affray defendant fined 50 John Wright charged with shooting on the public highway was fined 50 J H Kearns was fined 150 in three cases for selling whisky unlawfully In two of the cases judgment was confessed and a fine of 100 was assessed In the other lease the jury returned a verdict of guilty and he was fined 50 Tom Riley charged with gaming was fined 25 and Jesse Spalding for the same offense was stuck for 20 weapons resulted In Purdy being fined 25 and Sentenced to ten days in jaiL I A Disastrous Calamity It is a disastrous calamity when you lose our health because indigestion and constipation have sapped it away gestive and cure headache dizziness colic constipation etc Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c eaebeaeaeaeaaeoeaeaeaeaaeaeaeaeaeQeaeaaeaeoeaeaeaa n I Clubbing Rates r 01 e 1 tleo I o n IDTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN and 1 e willOCte 0Save Money selectinge TheCt e crt 1898Appointed Discoveryan againstSamPurdyforcarrin KingsNewLifeo I Both pa nBryanWeekly CourierJournal l 150 Louisville Herald 125nNashville Amencanuuol5PWeekly Cincinnati 175 Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe nThriceaVeekNewHome and Farm 125 a Agriculturist175American n American Farmer 150 nCountryFarm and Fireside JU 135 nReviewLippincotts Magazine 28o n QLedger5Sunnye t Address The Sun Springfield Ky D n ni fla tal isl t ilailrt OLIrtOaftirt Ltts33 1310 iI 4j t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 3 1905 at 7 the Wings of F The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1903 by Edward J Clode CHAPTER IX i1ci HE sailor Rent after those mon keys In a mood of relentless severity Thus far the regula- denizens of Rainbow Islan had dwelt together in peace and ma tual good will but each diminutive wouwou must be taught not to pull any strings he found tied promiscu qusly to trees or stakes As a pre liminary essay Jenks resolved to try Fallingcompleteto kill every monkey in the place though he had in lull measure the In herent dislike of AngloIndia to the slaying ofthe tree people This then is what he did filling a biscuit tin with good size pebbles he donned a Dyak hat blouse and belt rubbed earth over his face and hands and proceeded to pelt the 4vou wows mercilessly For more than an hour he made their lives misera bfledthousand Water bottles Finally h constructed several Dyak scarecrows and erected one to guard each of his alarm guns The device was thor oughly effective Thenceforth when some adventurous monkey swinging with hands or taU among the tree tops in the morning search for appetiz ing nut or luscious plantain saw one of those fearsome bogies he raised such a hubbub that all his companions scampered hastily from the confines of the wood to the inner fastnesses During each of the two daily examl nations of the horizon which he never omitted Jenks minutely scrutinized the sea between Rainbow island an the distant group It was perhaps needless precaution The Dyaks woul come at night With a favorable wind they need not set sail until dusk an their fleet sampans would easily tjhe intervening forty miles in five hours He could not be positive that they were actual inhabitants of the islands swarmnths whose animosity he had earned migh- be equally noxious to some peacgab- ir fishing community on the coast Agai and again he debated the advisability of constructing a seaworthy raft an endeavoring to make the passage Bu this would be risking all on a frightful uncertainty and the accidental covery of the eagleS nest had give him new hope Here he could make determined and prolonged stand an in the end must come So he dis missed thenaIgatlon project arid de voted himself wholly to the of the natural fortress in the perfectingI That night they finished rope der Indeed Jenks was determined no to retire4oj rest until it was placed H did not care to try a second time tocarry Iris to that elevated perch One of the first things he contem plated was the destruction if possible of the point on the opposite cliff which commanded the ledge ThIs however was utterly Impracticable with the ap pllanclsat his command Tile top o therbck jsloped slightly toward th west and nothing short of dynamite or regular quarrying operations would render It Untenable by hostile marks men j During the day his rifles at ninety yards range might be trusted to keep the place clear of intruders But a nightthat was the difficulty n partially so ved 1t by fixing two restjJ on the ledge to support a rifle In exac line with the center of the enemy supposed position and as a variant on the outer rest he marked lines which corresponded with other sections of the entire front available to the foe Even he was not satisfied When i time permitted he made many expert ments with ropes reeved through the pulley and attached to a rUle action He might have succeeded in his main object had not his thoughts taken a new line His aim was to some method of opening and achieveI the breech block by means ropes The difficulty was to secure the preliminary a d final lateral mo of the lever bolt but it ementI curred to him that If he could to convey the impression that Iris and he had left the island the Dyaks would go away after a fruitless search The existence of ropes along the face of the rockan essential to his mechanics scheme would betray their there shouts or at any rate excite dangerous curiosity So he reluctantly abandoned d his original design though not wholly as will be seen in due course In pursuance of his latest idea he sedulously removed from the foot of the cUt all traces of the clearance effected on the ledge and although he provided supports for the tarpaulin covering he did not adjust It Iris and he might lit perdu there for days without their retreat being found out This development suggested the necessity of hiding their surplus stores and am munition and what spot could be more suitable than the cave So Jenks began to dig once more in the Interior laboring manfully with pick and shovel in the locality of the fault with its vein of antimony Rainbow Island had given him the one thing a man prizes above all else J a pure yet passionate love for a woman beautiful alike in body and mind And now it was to endow him with riches that mjght stir the pulse of even a South African magnate for the sat ypj Tsjalnd 2urose other tbor providing the requisite cache shovel ing and delving with the energy pecul- Iar to all his actions suddenly struck a deep vein of almost virgin gold To facilitate the disposal at a dis tance of the disturbed debris he threw each shovelful on ton canvas sheet which he subsequently dragged among the trees in order to dislodge its con tents After doing this four times he noticed certain metallic specks in the fifth load which recalled the presence of the antimony But the appearance of the sixth cargo was so remarkable wl en brought out Into the sunlight tlm it Invited closer Inspection Though his knowledge of geology was slight he was forced to believe that dubiouslydpyrites but glittering yellow gold Their weight the distribution of the metal through quartz In a transition state between an oxide and a telluride compelled recognition Somewhat excited yet half skeptical he returned to the excavation and scooped ofut yet another collection This time there could be no mistake Natures own alchemy had fashioned a veritable ingot There were small lumps In the ore which would only theydfrom dross were they Iris had gone to Venus bath and would be absent for some ftluie Jenks sat down on a tree stump He held in his hand a small bit of ore worth per lips f0 Slowly the conjectures al seback to him The skeleton of an Englishman ly- Ing there among the bushes near the well the Golgotha of the poison filled hollow the mining tools both Chinese and European the plan on the piece of tinalt the piece of tin Mechan falls the sailor produced it from the breast pocket of his jersey At last the mysterious sign 32 divided by 1 revealed its significance Measure thir tytwo feet from the mouth of the tun nel dig one foot In depth and you came upon the mother lode of this gold sedthde y quarrying from the outer side of the modraccumulation of liberated carbonic airgas in the workings killed them ir scores They probably fought this unseen demon with the tenacity of their race until the place became accursed Yettquietnsipated by sea and air they might lmtThe unfortunate unknown JS =he havenpos workde plague strickeji quarry adopted the more laborious method of making an adit to strike tie deposit He succeeded to perish miserably in the hour when he saw himself a millionaire nbouet comers f course stood up He always stood square on his feet when the volcano within him fired his blood No he almost shouted I will break the spell I am sent here by Providence not to search for gold but to save a womans life and if all the leagueeme The sound of his own voice Startled him What was all the fuss about With a barrow load of gold he could not buy an instants safety for Iris not to mention himself The language d was le Were It simplythumbug him until he revealed tb source of his wealth and then murder againsst IrisXot once since she was hurled ashore in his arms had Jenks so lout forgotten her existence Should he tell her They were partners In everything appertaining to the Island Why keep this marvelous intelligence from her Yet was he tempted not Ignobly but by reason of his love for Once years ago when his arduous fesslqnal studies were distracted by a momentary infatuation for a face a woman had proved fickle whe tempted by greater wealth than he conIwith more equable Judgment came fixed resolution not to marlyunless his prospective bride cared only forIhim and not for his position To ajstaff c6rps officer even one with a small private Income this was no unattainable Ideal Then he met with the shame and agony of thecourt mar flak While his soul still quivered utoler the lash of that terrible downfall Iris came Into his life He knew not what might happen If they were rescued Tike time would quickly pas 8Iuntil the old order wits resumed sheI to go back to her position In society he to become again a disgraced ex officer apparently working out a me existence before the mast or Nandi plates In a saloon Would it not be a sweet defiance lotj adversity were he able even underI such conditions to win her love andJthen disclose to her the potentialities of the Island Perchance he might fall Though rich as Croesus he would still be under thU social ban meted out to a cashiered officer She was a girl who could command the gift of core nets With restoration to her father and home gratitude to her would assuredly remain but alas love might vanish like a mirage Then h would act honorably Half of th stored wealth would be hers to do as she those with It i s iy alt1rnativeInwrite full details of his discovery and intrust thin document to her to be opened only after his death or six months after their release The Idea possessed him so thoroughly tat he could brook no delay He searched for one of the notebooks tak en from the dead officers of the Sir dar anti scribbled the following letter Dear Miss DeaneWhether I am living or dead when you read these lines you wilt know that I love Could I re peat that avowal a milUon times In as betterphraseshed since n happy fate permitted me to sayIhqpcthatyouBut be loved by you Therefore Jh the event ot my death before you leave the Island I wish to give you Instruction how to find lthldonlamember the sign on the piece of tin which we could not understand The figure 32 denotes the utmost depth of the excava tion and thel signifies that one foot low the surface on reaching the face of Thehollowcame filled with anhydrite gas and this Chlnespwhothe mine This Is all the Information the experts employed by Sir Arthur Deano will need The facts arc unquestionable Assuming that I am alive we will of course be copartners In the mine if I am dead ITwlsh onesixth share to be given to my unclog William AnstrUther Crossthwalte Manor Xorthallertpn York hire as rif recompense for his Kindness remainderROBERT ANSTRUTHER He read this remarkable document twice through to make sure that it exactly recorded his sentiments He even smiled sarcastically at the endowment of the uncle who disinherited him Then satisfied with tile perusal hq tore out the two leaves covered by the letter te prostingsessionAt moment he looked up and saw her coming toward him across the beach brightly flushed after her bath walking like a nymph clothed in tat tered garments Perceiving that he waS watching her she waved her hand and instinctively quickened her pace Even now when they were thrown together by the exigencies of each hour she disliked to be long separated from him Instantly the scales fell from his mental vision What Distrust Iris Imagine for one second that riches or poverty good repute or ill would affect that loyal heart when Its virginal font was filled with the love that once In her 3ife copies to every true woman Perish the thought Laughing at bin fantastic folly Jenks Into little pieces ItJmight have been wiser to throw sheets Into the embers of the fire close at hand but for the notice he was over powered by the great awakening that Lad come to him Good gracious Dont gaze at me in tlint fi lilrm dont look like a ghost do It cried Iris when near enough to note his rapt expression You would not object If I called you a vision he inquired quietly averting his eyes lest they should speak more plainly than his tongue Not If you meant It nicely But I fear that specter would be a more appropriate word Just look at my best gown Shespread out the front widths of her skirt and certainly the prospect was lamentable The dress was so patched and mended yet so full of fresh rents that a respectable housemaid would hesitate before using It to clean tire Irons Is that really your best dress he said uYes Tills Is my blue serge The soakingfew days It simply crumbled The oth ers are J1 cotton and have been er sllnj There y of mens clothing he began Unfortunately there isnt another is PACKAGEro ofns Nearly everyone Is familiar with the Intappro Pnraratnphareally inure comfort sail relief In n sue 1IJ11IOtUe of Pnrnenijiph then n pint of oil fashioned lotions liniments salves rte The healing nail relieving properties of Parncainph for nil manner of iKhes ores nnd pains are so remark able that ivlthln three years time It has become Americas most popular house hold remedy Pnraeamph Is a clean safe remedy contains no morphine opium ja n0 or other poisonous drugs for which reason It Is safe for every member of the family from the lab to grandfather Your home Is no complete without n bottle of Para yougbottle today and try It for any ache hgadrgive relief and do exactly what we claim for Jt tnke the bottle back to your druggist and get your money PaYacamph Is a mothers best friend because It saves her worry pain nnd money Dont wait until you get hurt and have an ache or to purchase a bottle of ParacampU Take It home ertoday so you Vill have It In case of an emergency Sold by all good drUg bottleseLouisvilleey For sale by C J Haydon Springfield h t The Kokomo Standard II 1 v17 bjfLfCf IM 1ANYsufficientwiresoutfromBottomS Mesbteelwill fill the long felt wants a By HA BARBER land she said severely No I meant that it might be pbsqi ble toercontrlre some sort of rig that will serve all purposes But all my t read Is gone I have barely a needle l left In that case we must fall back on our supply of hemp I suppose that might be made to a1lossyou can snake up for it by buying some nice gowns at Doucets or Worths Perhapsin Ja that really your Lest dress old dad may let me run riot in Paris on our way home But that will no last We are fairly well off but I can not afford ten thousand a year for dress alone If any woman can afford such sum for the purpose you are at leas her equal Iris looked puzzled Is that you way of telling me that fine feathers would make me a fine bird she askedNo I Intend my words to be understood In their ordinary sense You are very very rich Miss Doane an extravagantly wealthy young person Of course you Know you are talking nonsense Why only the other day iny father snld- Excuse me What js the average price of a walking dress from a lead lap Paris house Thirty pounds And un evening dress Oh anything from fifty upward He picked up a few pieces of quartz from the canvas sleet Here is your walking dress he said handing her a lump weighing about a pound With the balance i the heap there you can stagger tb best dressed woman you meet at your first dinner in England Do you mean by pelting her sL Inquired mischievously Far worse By wearing a more ex pensive costume His manner was so earnest that he seriousness Iris took the ittFrom the cave I suppose I thought you said antimony was not very valu ableThat Is not antimony It Is gold By chance I have hit upon tin extreme e ly rich lode of gold At the most mod est computation It is worth hundreds bf thousands of pounds You and I are quite wealthy people Miss Deane Iris opened her blue eyes very wide at this Intelligence It tools her Brett- away But her first words fnirydealingYou gasped ul am so glad for your sake but tome pray Mr Jenks what have I got to do with it You we not o partners In this Island By squatters right if by no better title we own land minerals wood game and even such weird belongings as ancient lights anti fishing I dont see that at alL You find a gold mine nnd coolly tell me that I am- a half owner of it because you dragged me out of the sea fed me housed me saved my life from pirates and general ly acted like a devoted nursemaid in charge of a baby Really Mr Jenks Really Miss Deane you will annoy me seriously if you say another word I absolutely refuse to llisten to such an argument For some time they stood in silence until the sailor commenced to reproach himself for his rough protest Perhaps he had hurt her sensitive feelings What a brute he was to be sure She was only a child in ordinary affairs and he ought to have explained things more lucidly and with greater com mand over his temper And all this time Iris face was dimpling with amusement for she understood him so well thathad he threatened to kill her she would have laughed at him Woulcyou mind getting the lamp he said softly surprised to catch he expression of sauCy humor h please may I speak she In quired I dont want to annoy you but I am simply dying to talk He had forgotten h s own injunction Let us first eimineour mine he said IOU bring the lamp we can have a good look at itto Close scrutiny of the work already done merely confirmed the accuracy of his first Impression While Iris held the light he opened up the seam with a few strokes of the pick Each few Inches it broadened into a noteworthy volcanic dike now yellow in its abo lute purity at times a bluish black when fused with other metals The ad ditional labor involved caused him to follow up the line of the fault Sud denly the flume of the lamp began to flicker in a draft There was an air passage between cave and ledge sbte lampthe thereatTons of it divisionrus Everyfleart Every pain in the breast dif ficult breathing palpitation fluttering or dizzy spell means that your heart is straining it self in its effort to keep in motion This is dangerous Some sudden strain from over exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries stopeat once with Dr Miles Heart andenerves andmuscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the pain and misery yourheartDr Miles Heart Cure I suffered terribly with heart dis bydltrerentwithout results I went to a physi clan Inl Memphis who claimed that putthemnkIngwasInHeartCureuntil my return from Memphis when pleaseddGOODRICH Caruthersyllle Mo byyourfallheMlles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Ant Special Graduated tnond Mesh Farm Fence For Sale YDON hElepel1teduFe privilegesI Quite enough We can even spare some for our friends f The hour drew near when Jenks climbed to the Summit rock He shouldered ax and rifle and set forth Iris heard him rustling upardthrough the trees She set some water to boil for tea and while bringing a fresh supply of fuel passed the spot where the torm syrups of paper littered tha sand She was the soul of boar for a woman but there was never a woman set who could take her eyes ors a written document which confronted her She could not help seeing that one small morsel contained her own name Though mutilated It had clearly read IDear Miss Deane So it was Intended for me eantdroppingthat particular sLp and examined it earnestly Not for worlds would she pick up all the scraps and endeavor tea sort them Yet they had a fascination for her and at this closer range she saw another which bore the legend Tlove your Somehow the two seemed to fit together very nicely rYeta third carried the same words I love your They were still quite coherent She did not want to look any further She did not even turn over such of the torn pieces as had fluttered to earth face downward Opening the front of her bodice she brought to light a small gold locket containing miniatures of her father and mother Inside this receptacle she carefully placed the three really material portions of the sailors letter When Jenks walked down the hill again he heard her singing long before he caught sight of her sedulously tend ing the fire 4s be came near he perceived the remains of his useless document He stooped and gathered them up forth with throwing them among the glowing logs By the way what were you writing CONTINUED ON EIGHTHPAGE Jr CLUBBING RATES WlTW LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 4Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the dally Courier Journal any three days im the week 370 The Sun one year and the dailyt CourierJournal any three days in the week sixpmonths ra30 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one yeara 2 80 AddressfTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN- Springfield Kyt ThejNeTT Klajr er SX7Frederick Augustus the new king of Saxony has no queen on the throne beside him for the reason that former Crown Princess Louise as newspa per readers will remember eloped nearly two yeas ago with M Glroa a tutor to the royal children and bee husband promptly secured a divorce The erring cDOwtprincess was siRof her title and given that of Countess of Montignoao which she now bears The Hw IdBflk who is about forty is a handKOM 1Mi with a stalwart soldierly figmw r L8 f 7THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 3 roos l YOUNEEDIT SALVE I CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr JW Thomas Hodgenville KyJsone of the very few which cures piles As an evident of its won Thomasnowmonials coming from peoplejwrhohave been cured or greatly benefited the pas t year This is a new salve having been on the market aboutPne year and the 1425 come asa result of the sale of 2646 boxes ZsA For Sale By All Druggists f DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky Ivhe Wings of The Morning By LOUIS TRACY I Copyright 1903 bjr Edward J Clode deID1UrelyOn second thoughts however I saw i was unnecessary Oh was that all s r Practically all Then some part was impractica bIer He glanced sharply at her but she was merely talking at random Well you see he explained one can do so little without the requisite I love void plant This sort of ore requires a crushing mill a smelting furnace per haps big tanks filled with cyanide of potassiumAnd course although you can do wonders you cannot provide all those things can you Jenks deemed this query to be unan everable nightIIfore retiring to rest they discussed for the hundredth time the probabilities of speedy succor This led them to the topic of available supplies and the sailor told Iris the dispositions he had made i CHAPTER X IGHT after night the Pleiades swung higher In the firma ment Day after day the sailor perfected his defenses and anx iously scanned the ocean for sign of friendly smoke or hostile sail This spite woula not have been given to him were it not for the lucky bullet which removed two fingers and part of a third from the right hand of the Dyak chief Not even a healthy savage can afford to treat such a wound lightly and ten days elapsed before the maimed robber was able to move the Injured limb without a curse Meanwhile teach night Jenks slept less soundly Each day his face became more careworn He began to realize why the Island bad not been visited already by Ute vessel which would certainly be deputed to search for them She was great coast Une of eiamlnJngtheI It was his habit to of time on the rudely made undlaJtwhich sufficiently served their ments as a clock Iris happened to watch him chipping the fortyfourth notch on the edge of the horizontal block of wood Have we really been fortyfour days here she inquired after countt Ing the marks with growing astonish rasa t I believe the reckoning Is accurate he salt The Irdar was lost on the 18th of March and I make this the 1st of May i It seems to be a tremendous time indeed in some respects it figures in my mind like many years That Is when I am thinking Otherwise when busy the days fly like hours It must be convenient to have such an elastic scale Most useful I strlceo apply the quick rate when you are grumpy Iris placed her arms akimbo plant ed her feet widely apart and surveyed Je iks with an expression that might almost be termed impudent They were great friends these two now When the urgent necessity for con tinuous labor no longer spurred them to exertion during every moment of daylight they tackled the box of books and read not volumes which appealed to them In common but quaint tomes In the use of which J nks was tutor and Iris the scholar jIt became a fixed principle wth the girl that she was very Ignorant dnd she insisted that the sailor should teach her For instance amo g the books he found a treatise on astronomy It yielded a keen delight to both to Identify a constellation and learn all sorts of wonderful things concern ing it As a variant Jenks introduced a istudy of Hindustani His method was to write a short sentence and explain in detail its component parts She knittedher brows In the effort to master ridiculous complexities of a language which instead of simply saying Take or Bring compels one to say Takego and Takecome One problem defied solution that of providing raiment for Iris The united kill of the sailor and herself would not induce unraveled cordage to suppy the need of thread It was either too theIwere S Jenks tried the fibers of trees the sinews of birds every passible expedi ent he could hit uponand perhaps weeksItmIt of no such exhaustive research It must be remembered that the lady passengers on board the Sirdar were dressed to suit the tropics and the hard usage given by Iris to her scanty stock was never contemplated by the Manchester or Bradford looms responsible for the durability of the material As the days passed the position became irksome It even threatened complete collapse during some critical moment and the two of ten silently sur veyed the large number of merely male garments in their possession Ol course in the matter of coats and waistcoats there was no difflculiy whatever Iri portionjcame to the rest At last one memorable morning she crossed the Rubicon Jenks had climbed as usual to the Summit rock He came back with the exciting news that he thought he coud not be certain InspIringIsmoke of a steamer Though he had eyes for a faint cloud of vapor at least fifty miles distant he saw nothing of a remarkable change IrISIly monopolized by the bluish haze detected on the horizon he must have noI ticed the turned up ends of a pair ofI trousers beneath the hem of her tattered skirt r It did occur to him that Iris re ceived his momentous announcement with an odd nil of hauteur and It wa passing strange she did not offer to accompany him when after bolting his breakfast he returned to the observatory He came back in an hour and the lines on his face were deeper than be fore A false alarm he said curtly in re sponse to her questioning look And that was ally though she Herr herself to walk steadily past him 1 her way to the well This was dlscon certing even annoying to a positive young woman like Iris Resolving end o the ordeal she stood rigidly before him Well she said Ive done iii Have you he exclaimed blankly Yes Theyre a little too long and feel very awkward but theyre better thanthan my poor old dress unsup ported She blushed furiously to the sailor complete bewilderment but she brave ly persevered s out an tin willing foot Oh I see he growled and he too reddened reAnd during the remainder of the day InIto distract his thoughts for Iris fe verishly anxious to be busy suddenly suggested that it would be a good thing were she able touse a rifle if a fight at close quarters became neCe l sary The recoil of the LeeMetford jis so slight that any woman can manipulateto the weapon with effect provided she is not called upon to fire from a stand lug position in which case the weight is liable to cause bad aiming Though it came rather late in the day Jenks caught at the Idea He accustomed her In the first instance to the use of blank cartridges Then when fairly slghtlngntand eject each empty shell she fired ten rounds of service ammunition The target was a white circle on a rock at eighty yards and those of the ten shots that missed the absolute mark would have made an enemy at the frame distance extremely uncomforta j ble Iris was much pleased with her proficiency Now she cried instead jof being a hindrance to you I may pe some help In any case jthe Dyaks will think there are two men to face and they have good one of us sonfiJe1r neonJenksWhy did you riot think of It be fore he demanded Dont Miss Deaue the possibility Jugestell by your words I am sorry to be com pelled to speak plainly but I eeV sure that if those acouuarels o tttch us In force it will be more to secure you than to avenge the loss lof their fellow tribesmen First and foremost the seagoing ore maraud ers They prowl nb St look Ing not so much for a for loot and women Now if and tlhccoaapparently find two men awaiting them with of plunder there is a they may abandon the enterprise Iris did not flinch rom the topic She well knew its grav importance In other words sh said Imust be seen by them dressed only in male clothingYes as Ji last resoifce that Is I have some hope that tuey may not dis coyer our whereabouts owing to the precautions we have adopted Perched up there on the ledge we will be pro foundly uncomfortable but that will be nothing if it secures our safety She did not reply at once Then she said musingly Fortyfour days Surely there has been ample time to scour the China sea from end to end in search of us My father would nev er abandon hope until he had the most positive knowledge that the Sir dar was lost with all on board The sailor through long schooling was prepared with an answer Each day makes the prospect of escape brighter Though I was naturally dl appointed this morning must state quite emphatically that our rescue may come any hour TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Springfield Market BaconHarnssl5c Sides lc- Beeswax24c per pound BntterIper pound 8c Spring to20c per pound per corn Meal lie to Toe per bushel Eggs 15c per dozen Feathers 40c per pound Flour 320 to 340 J Ginseng 750 per pound GrainWheat 3115 corn 50c Oats 40c Hides Green 7c to= Lard lOc per poundILlmeOOc to loo per barrel pesr Potatoes Country Onions 100 to5cI Salt 3145 and L85 per barrel Turkeys 5c per p01fnd Tallow Ic per Vinegar 25c to 40c per gallon Wool Burry land greasy414Hc c ear of grease tub washed 2S v Country Sorghum 45c to 50c peacef Louisville Marks CATTLE 75Medium25MSdinmcommon to medium butchers 3 oo to 3 TOGoodcommmon to medium feeders a 00 to 3 oood to extra stock steers I a to common to medium stock wise rr 96 to 3 24 3t00 2 00to2 28 Plain light mixed stackers to 9 oood to choice bologna Imlls J 3 00 to 3 74 Medium to good bulls 9 ro to 300 choice veal calves 45oto5oo 4choicetedium to good mulch COWH2 00 to M 00 plain common milch cows 15 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice pack butch 2oo to 300 lbs 5 3edo choice pigs Ootol2o lbs iiuLightRoughs 15o to 5oo lbs i 00 to 475 SHEEP AND LAMBS oood to extra shippingslteep4 00 to So ralrtogood u 30oto351 common to medium 2 oo to8 78 ooto3Inest butcher lambs 5 oo to 16 00commSThe Confidant Well Do you know you are in tIle habit of talking to ypurself I wish youd get over it Bell Why Are you afraid Ill tell l1ot my secrets WellNo Im afraid youll tell all of mine Detroit Free Press Conditioned Miss SanfordYes Mr Fielder I will be yours on one condition Field erOh thats all right I entered H yard with nix Smart Set 2VHITE8 Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Or IMITATIONS THe GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co levr i6ui MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield flpetarta at fta3L31 ftflal ftato n HOWSi- 4J Worth Remembering n n- OO O e o how Broken CliIiiiTor GlnnM May Be Cemented Suceewsfullj In niemiiujs glass or China the pieces should be washed with soup and water and then carefully dried in prder to re inove any grease that may be on them Care must be taken not to break off the sharp points of the fracture for themore irregular it is the better the cement Aylll adhere says the Chicago Tribune Warm one of the pieces and then put the cpiueiit on the other not In excessive quantity however Bring the parts close together aud contrive to 1m ve them remain so until the ce meat hardens If the pieces are numerous it is best to cement one piece at a time allow it to harden and then put on another and so on Iii cementing all the pieces att once the difficulty of keeping them to gether Is increased and when you get them in contact at one point will find you have displaced them atfanother thesure to let the cement thoroughly before you test the adheE sioii otherwise you may undo what you liadone In either case the blame belongs to you antI not to the cement Most of the cements on sale will be found durabo if the directions are carefully followed Fractured pieces in cases where theI article Is not frequently used maybe mended with white coachmakers varnish or wet white lead or the white of an egg A good cement is made by dissolving Russian isinglass in soft wa ter Oyster shells finely pulverized and mixed into a thick paste with the white of an egg produces excellent cement which am sustain heavy weights If lamps become loosened from their metallic sockets they can easily beire paired with plaster of parts Be sureI that It is boiled plaster If it has not been boiled boil It yourself by putting It in a vessel on the stove The air and moisture will be forced out as you will see by the bubbles Remove all the old plaster from the lamp fill it with fresh plaster mixed with water and while the plaster Is still soft press the lamp into the socket and let it harden The plaster must be just stiff enough to pour and the surplus plas ter which will be forced out of the socket can be readily wiped off To repair knife handles fill the han dle with powdered rosin heat the knife and force it into the handle How to Cure Nervous Headache An effective cure for nervous headache Is found In the simple act of walking backward Ten minutes is quite long enough for the constitu tional It Is hot necessary to walk particularly straight any sort of walk lag will do as long as It is backward It is well to promenade in a long row room where the windows are hig a corridor for Instance and wal- very slowly first placing the ball o the foot on the floor then the heel This exercise not only acts as a euro for nervous headache but it promotes a graceful carriage 5How to Save Repaperlafc Cleaning paper instead of replacing It with new when soiled has become a common method of keeping our wall In a presentable condition but in dire where smoke consumers are still a dream of the future hiring this clean lag done by experts Is considered too heavy an expense by many families ot- moderatepeans I feel sure there tore that many people will welcome as I did the recipe for the manufacture of the material used for cleaning I re ceived from a thrifty neighbor says a writer in Good Housekeeping One tablespoonothree tablcspoousful of ammonia W common household kind and orfe pint of rain water SILL and steam onehalf hour lu a greased tin pan cut In pieces to handle while stilt hot and knead thoroughly Keep In air tight box or Jar until ready to Use How to Mend Amber To mend amber requires a certain amount of care though the process is simple one Apply some linseed oil to broken edges and then hold the 50oiled parts over a gas Jet covering tho rest of the amber meanwhile with cloth As soon as the oiled parts bo come sticky with the heat press the edges which are to bo united together andhold them very carefully till cold How to Succeed With the Calla We now have nlnoV varieties of the calla all worth growing either as plants or ina wet situation outsid- They are the little gem a very dwarf variety tho black calla with Jet black flowers golden calla yellow calla leopard calla with spotted flowers red alarrequire a soil of rich alluvial loam with plenty of well rotted manure Start with twoyearold roots Po them and set the pot In water and leave It there until the plant has done blooming then take It out and let It grow until August when let It dry oft and put in the dark until January when start it by putting It In the water again The calla is a swamp pian- and must be treated accordingly lion to scent the Heir Delicately perfumed hair Is liked bj particular women and from comes an Idea for perfuming It This a pretty little silk cap softly padded wind scented Intended to be worn for some little time before going to a din ner or a dance Ones personal choice maybe followed in the matter of per fume 11 81e SiSSitiSiSiiiiSuii- RC I Boblitt JC Ensor L T Brown ft i 4 Bobitt Ensor Brown Ii Livery Feeand5ale Stable SPRINGfIELD KY i Crass Outfits IFirst Traveling Men 1 t1 Telephone i ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD OFFERS VERY CHEAP ONE WAY RATES TO and the To May 15 Only Line Running Through Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizoriia New Mexico and Texas Very Cheap Round Trip Rates for Homeseekers Seeking loca tionsin the South Mississippi and Louisiana 13 16 t Write the for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands irW HARLOW G P A9 toHisYillc Ky Happy1495 This fine saddle and Harness stallion will thMcIntire s Frederickstown and seven and half milesfrom Springfield at Colthretained on the colt for service tee themareaccidents but not responsible should any oc cur Beanrununel5HappyfltteenhandSfooted gaits and wore as many blue ties as any tineAtrloa fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle in respects Also at the same time and the fine jackBy Gladstone dam by Gov Woods at six and aboveDewey 3 in andtInehimself tote a iirstclass breeder Mares or jennets pastured for 8 per month SB NALLY COLUMNeUnder this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert tree of charge advertisements of wheat corn and oats othertann products stock etc for sale or wait Land for sale or for rent not Included bnt i sorted in another department of thcr paper at cert low rates Conrad Hertlein Springfield has for sale a good milk cow also some thor Mrs A L Vize IPlymouth 23aDNocorn 23 C F Smith Gassburg Ky has for sale one additional stack of oats reason ably 21 P M Howard Springfield has for 19esale Corinis India Game eggs 15 for Mrs J H Walker Valley Hill has for sale from now until July 1st Brown Leghorn eggs at 50c per setting fif 15 Mrs Walker producesnn egglaying strain having won the 50 cash prize in 1903 for greatest number of dozen of eggs sold in nine months 19 fortshocks of good fodder 22 hasfor50 cents for 13 I 21 Miss Sue A Duncan Springfield R 3 has for sale at all times ttS C Brown Leghorn Eggs 100 for 15 Try them ashnoother kind for nine years 17 E S Mayes ir Springfield has for sale Brown Leghorn eggs at 40 cents 8for 15 17- T William Simms Springfield R F D No2 has for or sale horses and mules at all times 20 Mrs L N Reed has for sale S C Brown Leghorn eggs from first class stock Thirty for 1 21 erythinfNew 5 1 1 California Northwest Daily Inclusive Personally April and May Wtdersigned Beau 25a FLOATER 8315 I Having secured from Mr S SL Reed hiSfinefromSpringfieldseason at low price of BTO INSURE A LIVING COLT Description Floater is by Florida 82 hePedirreefullbrotherGaines and Fieldmont he by Ahnont 33 2d dam by Idol 177 a son of Mam thena thoroughbred mare Florida his byHambletonianunder rule 6 a handsome dark bay 16 Infactand very speedy placestand Black Prince AT 8 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Hrvice to prevent accidents butwill not be responsible shouldany occur R F D NOI j R SEELI rHopboth