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J I i t I 0 i 11 it prtU Jj tI i n z 1 DEVOTED TO THt INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t r U Lj lo Iy ifirvr 1 r f I YOLUME If it a SP IN6FIELD iI K YI WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24r J906 1 M t 1JACK Wns Declamatory Contest a- Lexington4ie Represeii L ted Central University t xington4tJackMcChord Mrs W 0 jMcChqrd of Springfield von the intercollegiatE declamatory representedCentral said to have acquitted himself in a jianner Which won the admiration of all who heard him Hiss subject was Jnucholdercarefully trained thE compliment becomes greater Those who have heard his young Springfield orator deliver an stator were not surprised when his successact Lexingtor was announced pie Is a natural orator ftis speech is flu aftc and his mannedwhile ots the plat= onri is unusually pleas h1ft Tacit toads the first at Lex jgton and1iotwithstalldirig thab s was followed by four welltrained u 213 who delivered strong Wldresses waa ananlmcusiydeclaved the win 13 t When his youth is considered the sinning of this honor became aston stiing Undubtedand nok many ears nence facie McOhprd will be recognized M ont oi Kentuckys great t orators He c aaid to be strong sB ixot stronger in debate Jlhe other contssiants were Ken icfeky TJniversity Stanley Squires iJ roctoi Knotirs Duluth Speech State College Wm Bryant Gentle iani the King Georgetown College H ftoyBecket Scene from Merchant W Venice Kentucky Wesleyan OQIl 3eks 0 B Crocket Emmets Reply co Death Sentence The judges were WO Davis of Versailles J L Os isonijof OyniMa4a l aii4fi Sb tinJ fi U i L i the Great Explorer ivArjOf JSailSeli the Norwegian ei4 HiOi now 6rtyuva pears of aga is ioced fojrlits Trohfldrful physique his oarage Jhjte powers of endurance Jils 4entlflc Ivfiotrtedge anti Ms modesty These Dualities are due in part to his ifeejstry anil hi early training He r pad ae one of hu progenitors Hans Nansen a bold navigator who IJved errs ago ThjiNansen Wrote a oandbook tor arctic nayJgatolSWbenISVultf of was a boy man in comfortable circumstances trained blDto endure privation = an d aiqpenftp with All luxuries Forced in a Jim Crow Car Lebanon Enterprise Two suits Against the Louisville Nashville naiij ylthhis city The pla are r ce bl Wilhoit wife oi Mr W W Wilhditt arid Mrs Edna Cleaver wife of Mr Charlie B Cleaver The petitions allege thatthey were An Louisville on the 10th day of Nov and in the evening after pur phasing tickets to this city they we to enter the coach on the traint ItQvidw fpv Colored passengers ihaOA butimi jKrt and compelled them to go into the oaclx provided Delusively for colored ehfor some w re 6 into the propejr one bud kern e91nij smokingyelledtowalk ar- to do ao Pubrxha r t Death of Mf lair fMr J huoM Lair da at the home of his daughter jMisT C Tatum at venIinILOthHill to sit his daughter Soon af tejr his arilal he became ill and from the first his life was d injured of His breakingdownMr La r was aa excahent gentleman and was universally liked He was a devout jn tuber of t1ie J3aptistohurc1 He leave wife ante ashen children whom in ny friends Kctehd sympethy Y jjmorning THANK YOU For tin past two wee Th e Sun bras been dot gn large iup Jcrlpyon business and vet ktftbliine ihod of thank eceivedlqUit also desir to extend our hanks Such words encp ragemeEnt and good cheer jna toa faEqv fee line doubling energi is We will continue txr give FREE to sub scriber who pasare year in advance hat excellent arm journal Farm an Fireside Th offiar holds 00ddUri ig JaiMiary the puUlisheig Farm an Fireside havin made ofI special rite for the me nth than Jan ary we can nt promise the paper fie i Remember Iso that you JIaldjirn an 2 Duri ig the past teii ay or two e following h ails paid their wessubscript on to The Sun IWV T S veeney Mrs J R Blandfojjtl W D Hiatt James Moore VJ i RW Wathen TiJ W Gordon i s Than eed I G F Ckil A J v Mrs M JI nsattFtJas M 3abe LM riegoryJ AL i jrkihs1 fr fTomO HI ey JSylvest r Smith fW L lement Sam Mt yes Johnnie Key Benedk Clemhtsp R L PbrottF Dp Jlf Shehau JjO Pdin u p WattFiwler F WCray M 6GeoJas T tTruax t f 1Ji J G A ams i rI1IIRevJ r Peters es V Wm M honey J WPjrkinP rJlMrsFarmeri Na tl Bank lMiss M Sheyrmakeav sJ G M nsfield D Rbbertson jDr 7 I Hopper S lth k S In man M Miss M Bret Poo6 I N A noW t j CBPApe k r Car ibron IHa S hadflr V IZach Cr w s F ster OlliverlJribblrie i5 AhSc Wight E R t Je Lanham Hider f v tPalrper VIcElrow 6 M Ma tl4Oglyrt R N aL Fowlere x D H Snith1 rJ T F well JR Ecelen ndforrito V i J C Sriith ViKolan D urn Lloyd Brrob ISam Na ly An rSIn J1eeeEeEi eeee eeEeeeerieeeeeeeeeeaeeee seee IF 1 Iffi Taxablea m mUiill rW No tJUfmill Ii Bonds t 1 JOOro illIiIi In 2025 i Gash in Bank I 88286 I mjfw Ii horoughbredStallii7v0 f iii Mares f 43 1WIi Jennets LI 3680i 416Thoroughbred in iu m IIi17400 ijiewmg Machines 1900 old Furniture 613251Jvi ManufacturingImplemeii iIiluUSlca Ins 11165 m a 1590IDGold and thoL 47fi it Steam l m i Potal value f J r m r J3a3 3333sguS3za 3taaQ r aaBa a 3 aaaa3ml IWH Camp ell W P MtmtgoIj1ery r JMt Bland or Scott JohnsonyBen Spalding Squire Baker ss Maycox Pius Nally t Mrs R Montgoin ry R A McIntire 1yJ W Keene MlBegeleyEvan W T Simes Ben Edwards Ui G Martin HenarJHickraaii David SpaMing BB Waters Mrs J A Cecil J P Edelen G T Logsdon Ti Hurry J BroW11rR J W M Mudd R Thompson A C R M Osbourne Rev Frank Tank Bt J Hardin i Jease Miller BradJC ii ortt fWCarrie Edeleu iJno Cocanougher R C Bobhtt jRev H P HatAbAttf H R Barrick W P Lawrence Byron Croake M CampbellrR A BucJrmeD Nelson Shirley W mSe1ecmJll Sam PhiHipp l Sam Hall lp M Carney Resolutions WeaOOsRev W P WiJ ham ant r klnd and efficient pastor fcha asfc tree years we do adopt thots wat oluJ tens Belt resolved iJJLaJL That we offer him bat ioee rautj t for his help and ener bragent fir the past three years find That we Commend liim and his family unto any afouY ststert in Cl rit th whom they may be associated 3rd Tha we do appreciate the great service that he has rendered us and pray that the trials through Whici he h past may only fit him for gre tel senrfce in our Masters work th That weask to be iemen b ed inibi prayers that we may have the eo raga to do wham is right and our duty UItogreatest enceaie m his future Wri Be it further revolved that we Bro Walden a copy cud one to n county paper AiSocietychurch o Notice to Creditors i Th i fiimof McClui4 Dwells haying disbl fQf all persons indebted tof lem are Ireques ted to call at once arid irake a tefctlemenl rhe firms business must be nettled at once Mr McClure will have charge of the hooks anddesir S tellIt JeromeK JerIome- Jerome z cola the Itogll 1tr OUS time Pf It In Tllft thft nB thrqrn oa iris own Gn1b ot emn10ymcnt ns clerk In oftcc Then he wen on the stage 1z JZr I I not jjeranse lie tspectf J r ueconie grfsat actor but bccust he wanted to do dramatic writing soil ueedecl to kn w stage tecbnlqus He cam ate o grief a traveilBg actor but while on the stage had mans tixpsriencee thrt SBived trim in good teed later on whn he took up ltu n wove writing and writing of plnya vr Tgrninp iB three years of ege r That Ghokebore Sewer lto history of tl10t H4rtlaiix g94Y ie out tbW F T par undeir Her ei11e hobs e which is uIt of 21 inchsewer pipef was roHerput m when Marias Grasn a I was employed to give grade for he sewer and did giv grade from the burbstone on Main err et to w thini abo t 25 fee of the alley n the this property As there was a three foe by thre foot culvert under Main street at the time I did venture to sue gee that a Tinch pipeastdo amaH toe rry properly the water but my suggestion was iasced unheeded and with1 contempt 1 j F9Ul or fi yeal5l t when the sewer was Continued to zhe branch I wnsj not even to rgSve grade anji the mall m tier of reducing a 21 inch bore to an 18 finch bore was passed overjf Ugh ly and cheaply Lsist spring Iwhen Mayo Smock aIr pro ched me aboiit extend the sew Er discusseddur the matter and I advised against reducing the pacify tbf old elverr ac 35 MaiStreetI r r I told him inl substance t that to ebn lihstrethe property north of the street with out kiving any elief to ttleil or we decided tout in the inch pipe across Main sereet to rejlacft file o1fy this feet square box cult rt Tc say that I aril reepor sible foil the ner1lousof this fspwpr Respectful t fIMPQf1 Rni3F T I 1fIPathaer e here last Thursday wight of pneumonia Mr Price had only resided h re shoo one year but tiuringjthat time bad mad many friends WhO w ill learn of his death The Stan dard sacs reog rlto Deceased was bPlli all hfe Yearawas a son o Joseph Price Esq 4 pioneer widelaiY d been a successful farmer and was a man of strictest integrity and his nu meroiis friends here and elsewhere will learn of his death with SrloVlAbout a year ago he moved to Springfield ands several weeks ince returned here for a visit At that was ap pe gently enj Yinlithe best f health and Was likely Mr price is survived by wo sons Messrs C L Price of Sprinefield an Joseph Price of Owensborp His wire preceded him to the grave several months ago Mr Price is also survived byqne sister Mrs arah CtUtcher of Nicnolasville He as numeroUs ibis hemltnephew The 41 t ant took in St I Josephs emet3trnellr Baklstawn 1 list Fnday gIt ofclpisk uCard of Thanks 1e to than k tile IjJople6 f 8prfagfieklwho wei e so kin durln artlieciTliw C U lskliii r SPARROW f Un lafrt Monday Benind quite a ae thiIs e damage to fencing arid shbck fo dei reed1tWm Smithey has removed hisfamilyj to Illinois where he 1 xpeote to make his future home The sale of Wm timithey son last Tuesday was well attended in41 ever thjng sold foil good pricee Ed Taylor was in urrndst4neday last week baying ho S Mr Oscar Franklin of Glea borQ was here Sunday afternoonIW M Crosfield Poordan Hahn an Dee Burgin are in LdutevJlle this week Celling their tobacco ladyais quite ill with pneumonia Mr NoelRqbrts and Miaa Lizzie Pearsons of Gjlensboso were united in p1liLtrlm nAY last Thursday iiMies Jappa Barnett and Mr Meager visited Banjstown Saturday tnd Sunday v We notice that Hon 0 McGhord ie spoken of as a candidate for Gover4 nor in the nexi campaign We think him the right man in the right place Born to the wife of John Owens a 1 Death of Ed Romaine Remainfieoj Romaine Decked was aboutis years of age and was an industrious arid rc ispectable young man Abovlfc three impatredrand aboutsixiweeks wants arid needs were administered by fOlifit to call him to a brighter land His remains were laid to rest in the Ir 4ermg this sympathy to the bereaveij es t Bill Gaybrookes BilL Hon W D llap Brooke has intxoduc Ta bUjn the Legislature to amend s byrstrikingthis Willis passed it will permit seining Notice All persons having claims against the estate afJ F GBbbins deceased aire hereby requested to present same prop city proven to the undersigned on or before Hay 1 1906 WCMcCaonb T S MAYESJSprJTrisrfieJd K J f AGOO0 CITIZEN t reClarkson Died As ReswU ijft N An Operati o r sirfYsspected citizeijsdieq at Elizabeth 5fe pltrj in Lebanon M nda svahm Jac- nnrv r 99 19i7G at 5 ocick her h righadknee Bldod poistfning resuitefi and his death followed Mr Ciarkson had been suffering from diab jfcia fov avs Pal months and his system became poisoned j asa result can eroua groTwCb of the leg developed arid the ampute artdMr Clarkson would ha e beer 111t years old in April the g eater part or his lift having been spen in Washing ton county He reside thres liiilet fwm Springfield on the ebanon Hike Twelve or fifteen ye rs1 age Mi tdIThe deceased vas a de rputlnenlBec of the Gathqlic church There were few more popular or gene ally admired men than he Jovial trio and bnevo lent he was admired by hundreds of people who moun his deat i tTo the devoted wife many friend extend sincerest sympathe Funeral services occurr d this mon ing at St Dominics Catho ic church 1 PRAfTHER CRBeK l We have had iio lette from tint plate for quite a while andas we wrsnews We are glad indeed to moW that our letters are appreciated Mr WiilKimberhn sari wife werK visiting their uncle R L ArnoldV Sat urday and Sunday Misses O lie Shewmaker atd Mattie Martin were visitSig at th home of J iL Mays Saturday and Su day iwas a musicale tertainment at the Misses Ellie Lillie and Hattie WhitehpusQ Saturday nigh The few Bright days oi last week jmade the farmers feellike they ought cropd forJsmall grain far Moss paid us a call la t week and IMr several camps of to jacco pay ingfair prices but would bre glad if ho would come back and the remain der we could have what to prepare for next s soretidea Oounty Court was entied byf our citizens Monday Mr and Mrs WT Kim erlin spentt the daywith the family of G HGhriB i erson Sunday Mr L L Mayes and wife of Stew rt were with the formere eats j H Mavs Saturday and Sunday Husband and Wife Deadv We Were very sorry I to hear Wfile deatho f i r a EtRester which oceurredt Friday an 19 1906 aged about tiv- ars She was one of the comihuni tys most loved and snored women I and her d nth is mourned by a largecir cle of fends Her husband preceded h 2r to the grave just aff I oth Mr and Mrs L e thc p jot of death for s v tenjdays and v hen the deVoted hus1 was r tl ought that the wife ould of survive but a few hours and friendg had preI samehesee their children grow jto njanhood and womanhood leaving a f miltof eleven Tnis good woman and an be sorely pissed by their churcn Heing dev Baptis orbedp hernzbye a over t DeathofMrs Wilkaimsoih Mrs Sidhfey WilUamsoii edat her horn in the St Rbse neighborhood Mist Sat day of consumption and the bbdo was interred ui the cemetery at that plat j Sunday Mrs Williamsoi wws a apnsrstanj merobev of the Catholic chuxtch ShE ieavea a hUsband diid thrse small children tm l oi iJep ljf d nded IJit t f h Q j = j Tp SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JAN ARY jI1MII906 rl Ij it wrl First Itej all coaland no slack Second point Ik makes a hot fire that lasts I ng Third point It cheap and at myYe it always wIn be Fou th pint One ton is od and more than a Is better Fifth pot tr OUR COAL I will bring good cheen away blues 1A word to the wise ie 41 duY PRODUCE m ft ftl fttj t i ia atFaE 4EfcM 4E4t EEEEEEE EEEE EEE I t T l FaFE4F E E 4 E E EEEE frEEtEE EEEE IEF r4iEE TEEF r FACTS AND FANCIES uK a1Co tio Salt All Figure iEhiliaerlr Modes Varied coatdapl1nCsand of perfect plal nest or it way take the gutse 6C the dlrectolre or senptrp style in cut The short jacket tarp have u rounded basque like a IIIIU morning coat flttlirj well to the blue and cut away in fro t or it may aunt 6 plaited or fluted basque held li plats with a wide or ud row telL Jaibbons are to be used adr libitum awl let us hope this will not descend warns SUBDB OB into ad nausoamt pompUt aiidwat teaii ribbons in aatin l vBl vet for evening wont and morn sbiatftjj i bMes for ruchingsi awl plaiting 0j5r daytime Stamped out cloth silk laco and silk brpderle anglaise are ill revivals that are meeting with ap arova at the hands cit milliners and millineryIn bnefr choic this soason is a wide one Thee uewol t and smart Pat type of hat Is rather i inclful with j gracefully curved brimoryy muoh raised off the head ai oie etdo anti yamdiljered wtth feathers But the hilt tip Tilted at the a k wit wings and jiiuraas at the sides hosir no means run its course awl the picturesqUe sliaact Po sings lave dubbed the DYSPEPBiAj Almost evt ery man and woman you mbet is af flitted with terrbhiiisome Stage J I d2 f seizes them the most viol inI form Is your a petite ckle Do you suffe with fre t andManedenergy Doyou toss and tumble at li and forerun Jaet of this disease Actatcnct j Commence the usacf rDr iUsLacactue which will st check thb 1a11X RCALDWBLLrS SYRU PEPSIN the greatest e or offered Cor dyspepsia It act instantly resto ng every vigorDRCcbe obtained in both dollar and half t irfellar sizes at all druggists ItiVoar Dotolcard requesttwlllb 2bytetuniI tlhl1 ate new booklet DR CA WELL df Doltaow w t Sit4l by PEPSIN The H Rid SYRUPr Store 4t i Five Points I i LI My CM 1 t THATAHOLIDApTLOTOF sufficient Jones ttttE4EtrFEEE FASHION HINTS dressmakers 1q tlejrThese Caldw Syrup Pepsin preparation leroe About Lawre e on seep rat ctf its being like the lieadgeur woralby this great court pa iters air sitters will have a great vo rue But the small neat chic toque R iilch is a product truly Pa risian is nade by tile leading milliners ibr wear ivlth tailor mades The to cue in the icut of white suede red with ai babfl of mink White os Ccb feathers ar irrrt ged the back JUDIO 0 LpT FRI LE OFi FA HION The Fa ionable Muff In LOIIJC an- 9ha lpw Nor Cjulldi Hat- eMuffs to be vtha and no very dee This shape Is it ecessary on account pro Wlnol nntti ninfA Hnn for the worn areVA fun IIHli rnnnrt tvTilto fiat rt corded si k for a small child has straight rim edged witia band of mink fur Blacka 4t own ar- very swa- ger g this winter but chiffon velvet t n coax frocks 1an n frolz somber l red find t raise W will b VornJ A velvet i rei i Iwiw all ltlltev r be include 1oned bp fatless good cloU 0 a far a etret is provided a a e q SOTJn has toil be very cirefiully t tt aootj shows liar u ge Long co ita a fash abl at ant but hei a cult trwpkn la afteiiioon no Wetter irhat he mate f rial a shag oil borataty ixt med jacket is the thin f Gold and all er UurMU txb mttcil used and the t o aoftrgi ibinea mat setonveti et Tinsel ro tae ire rail mart on ev Lug hats a sih er rose m Ith t gold con tar being nrnmsMntrlrr ty on n ill toque Even the tai bred iUort akiii escape the ground thii wb tat oiy aii Inch rjxu Inch aric a ialf i The littl bu a tbtt gtetl is of that ftadl at pdfiia ve im j mortall2edn a iGhtt i o Jbe 8 f son It1 ti t met wl k totref khan dntlfn touod wtli4prd and trot 1 Tho cap f of astraklurn oral runt ad tfitb cords JTJDld CHQLIiBTj i Cured llsfAbflier of Rlieuniatjsjii t My mot her has baof a uftl6imi tor ayajVania A ti lie wai unable to move at all w nle at itimea walking i was painfu I presented her with bottle of Cl ami a Balm a after a fev application she ecided it wet the m st vonderful pain galls she had eve tried in faDtTiheMs ne without it low and is at times able to applicationPainthat of she was for icrly troubledwith Por sale by C J Ha don House anyLot For Sale I desire to self at private sale iny house and loi on tie Pjerrjyille pika three quarter s oilmile from Springfield House has fix roonia Aljhriecepeary Qufcbuildinge md mpr emends up13F hrn Il IfGRACIOUS HOSPITALITf lrtr r toMlwtec Tour Guests Hapojf and 1ComlCrtbb1o To give your nosplUllty giaciusly I you nusl give It with a docidedljf fes ChiIHtail forces ingjso dlflinnyH and discomfits a guest nothing spoils all as to see 1anplouBrowing softly at the servant to call her attention to mistakes that she is dis tracted from conversation that shfe an swers some member of the family pologlzingl capacity ost esa take thought In order than your manner wlll be the embodimentof placid gtod tempel and allow no acct dents mistakes or shortcoming In your careful arrangement to a worried look Into your eyes and a frown to your brows Dont let your company see that In the baking of cake In the dusting of rooms Airing of beds or arranging of flowers for youtseltfntopus Irritation Better no cake bnk1ng If by so doing you Incapacitate yourself for bringing Into your parlor a nrqadYlaughyour gay good humor and slmpl refreshments twice as well as the most dainty dishes dewed up by a cross tired harassed hostess From the moment the first guest atrives It is gracious and necessary to appear at leisure and not only quite atready but delighted to devote airyour attention to promoting conversation and diversion Exercise all p asible control of self and do not look prjeoccu pled or anxious Ati any sacrifice of compkndy aware that while ur utr are srtIBfiedgoold cue soonerthyou upon letting the accident dampen your spirit and if you make rotuse excuses for thp momentary Inconvenience How to Do Many Useful ThiriKa waBhediniscnI i1g water Very hot water dp erlldsuds dffoaty for roasting should no bu washed but should bA wiped wi b ja damp cloth J The dishcloth In a wU regnliwd bou sllou be boIk l w1U got a u e or t vice a w k If before trading the morning cot tee the bm le be heated for a fIminutes it will improve ts coffee Boll all tlnxarpSan- ftrytag pal a bg copper with soda ip the Wtt periodically then scour Tfth Hand when cooking sausage jet thorn eh vety gradually and the ttcte will ao bunt Stand pft2K ake batter for two boon rbQforTo keep milk Aiweet for several ft add a taupooof ul of tine Mit to eer ilI1Kpoxto ttlrjin White or cream or at most ih Ttr3 dull Wpe or grfap But the whltepa- per ij con toered the very boat taste rlie autface may be either tbf- jimodttirttUt n finish or the rougher tlualitdtheNever nffiSor say clrcTMUBtaticefc un h ruled paper ThlB je Intended only for little children tad should be dlactrdeil just at sops none ha learWd to write properly Square eaielo es ere ftlwayq in jjood taste an at resent erenn e itiuare for friendly oorrespondcc Hon to TIt nt writhe lull vvaienthe htjtr is rery brittle notes Home wrteg about which n plr a clan should I consul All fX inlal help may be had inn this ohnmOL Beat up too yolk of an egg add rev drops or oil of sweet a1nbdRIf trr cu of wntin water not boiling anr1 twenty dropa of aplrtK ofrospmnn Then stir Leave the mixture oulhf sowlp ten mina gently mRiilpulRirp with the finger tips all the time TIPJ rinse aad dry with fresh warm tow1 brotijounce of olio half an ounce ot eucalyptua oil onequarter of an pear aflAtik1ppftroublevflue with it It acts like a charm reUdvitsE pud sdotJalng immediately f3 IBo rio Clean Vuruliili Stained Honda thera pf rag or soft paper thjen wash with pap arid watof GlueToounco of borax In a Int of boiling ter add 1ntlJtahellolMl 1 t tc 1f I f Ne1N jrr- nHaydon Burtonn Undertakers SPRINCFIELE KY TELEPHONE NO 63- haveWe formed a partnership iri the undertakers business and desire to say t 1the public that we are prepared to render the very best ofrvc= Tv i l thehusinesstoo well known to thept ople of Washington county to need an iqtrbdttction Hehaslad twentynine years experience irvthed bosinesss being a licensee ftiftbalmfl r HP is thorpughly acquainted with e x eo datai lof the tmstas n s Sle ss1s sOt Isl Is t Public Sale fof1 Impleijnieflts t II eprnHayjanditpckatFREDERICteTOWNfKYijW26 Sale Begins I p m L L Havinf decided fp quit farming will sell at above tinge and place all niy Stock li iijplement aiid Feed a s follows One trotting bred mare dark brown oy earsold Ik hands iMoal to jflick rood rive 4M worker one 3year old filly Ibo tin bred eorre 161 good driver and worker one mard mule 3 yearsold IS37 high well broke ohehprse rrtale i I5 yearsoldj well broke one pair h irse riralefc 7 rid 8years old I and T6 hands hIgh mat h team iell broken Cattle all Shorthorn Cow and ca f good milker one shorthorn stripper gviin milk one 2yearold shorthorn bull a heir fati strawI1plementsas jFIErM Elivin months time interest fromtQ ntgotla lt note J R CONNOR APTIVATED BY CHOATE IEx Ainbhundor8 Dlploufucy Whcul oyl Aleuaced lUll JDiMabled Auto Josephis says a g rectal dispatch from Great Barring Itjsad or to the court of St James sat by azingIcou utry place in Stockbridge Mass waif several miles distant entirely too far to walk NNlgb was creeping ou apace SmaU boa tljtr Hoar by ones and tw tt They ITko not the rich wan I autn out of GH way thej1 ht0e to do re Thijr ho oven beau mown to thetoaoc Hore was a crippled b jand the cftpfntn foal baiii a fair lttt1rgIOD s afBglhg re arks were be mi from tha h tIng clap The aWIl8 rtllflod the chauffeur tying b Uitii the intc tnc trying to make 1e Ire wu ridiculed andyhun a foe tu d its tiro of u file buy at ag gown Hotter and hotter jtr ij the blat oC Irrelevant commaut Jli Choate moved about nnoMilj The i he arose with all the griic wlli alt ahIfIont go boy Me said Oheerlb1 ae alga Qf retreat wets zlani tet e axtmf et elqnt until mouths wIre O lned Aiii littie eyee shone as big M iiattcort appMIIA nicy coni r recpgnlscd the apLikc- a Mr Choate rind t1crord wts quick ly pi a0od TIle Ptanibn faith bir hU dlen e wrn1Jetc I 1I t Ei T into rye car and sped swiftly 1l Back of him n the roadway he could abto1bontr HANG IN A NATION AL SONG frlvy Ui i Srr iHS Decided to Adopt n Ncwi Anthem li ie not oftenffhat a nation changes Its uatiolMki Uym4 Anya Reyholds Newpnpel The Silas1 have however formally annouuccd their intention so doing add of adopting the less well known isys psalm or Oaiitique uMeiDlltftd of the hitherto ni yersally sting Monte Tndetiendh its The reason of thiis clmuge is that the latter iMts aiway been rendered to ChrevE melody of God Save the Sling wWcht lilsow1tb the Germaa Heir Dlr tm Siogerkranz slid the SWIM are begrunlng to find this damenews too cfnfvtslug Hence forward tlierotorothey will change theta tune to one which ball be theirs only and Indeed the melody accompa nying the words Suriioe moats quaud 3e 3eleil etcof the Cantique Suuse it if any thiiig more inspiring thai the std one Its also bj a true IOn of the Alps onte Zwyaaig to wlomIl monument was erected ou the Lake of the Four Cantons a few eaN ago That the I latg national anthem 1all have had earrtioDtia P Otdbl ihe WaTthe newIone iF rd y accepted orj all sides tDailyI1eraIdr AND SUN 20 3ulyiritp toi Ttt un ii 00 year i ACITDC riTDD SPRAINSWOUNDS ISESCONTRACTEDBURNS SCALDS ETC t I inflamjpromoteselasticity CURE OF PARALYSIS W Sfiailey P O True Texas writes Myfwife been suffering fire yearawith paralysis in her arm irhe I was persuaded to use J Ihaveeruptions It hoes the work lESt LINIMENT U1EDEFUSETHREE IttS2d SOc and 100 BALLAR SNOW LINIMENT COsr LOUIS u s A r MOLD AND RECOMMENDED W KyI I ai- w2 IPYAICh 7 ISERVH YOU W ith foodusubsea i tied jewelry ill unheard ol low price iday business tp sell the m tgtockridt Splendidi Its a T in prices Jfewelfy Clear a ce Sale fi Ieapofand ifcfler 0siwer c8 vIhe J rigs apQOl1S k1ivasnc forks Eviic a eruthing goals up and gat Mlle oS some one else who is ai rays lookjng fer pEtrgaing JAS J GRAVES THE suN AND 0lii tparser o5WeeklyJ 2ErNashvilleWeekly Cincinnati n uirei LTA Atlanta Constitution lIfiSemiWeekly St Louis Republ e 145 SemiWeekly St Louis Gobe 11bThriceaWeekHome and Farm 125American Agriculturist 175 L60American x25Country 13SjFarm3i2ELippincottsScribners Magazine 4OC Ledger Monthly1 175 3SHarpersSunny South i5f Huge Task 1 It was a huge task to render k th diseasekee Ia but ElectricEitters sdI it gtioIa readfuJbackache undJlcuregreattonic JHayd t TtI SPKlNUHEtD SlfY WEDNESDAY JANUARY HI 1906 J i t j TTT Ii + II iLo fj t t L ij jf t t r 0 1JI u 11 e ear t r t tI 1L IfIt FARM and FIRESIDE f Free FrAMERICAS GREATEST fARM PAP Ell y l r k t ery person who wll p ay ar ears alld one eai s subscl r lionIm advance a will ab of to aciiptiihv I nl rL Far anaFreslde J j la Americas greatest Jwiceampnth Farmand QTamily Journal 24 to 36 page everv iaafue with nearly t lion readers throughout Umt States Something in lsJoreve1Ymember of ths family and all the farm ai ruiral- wpice are ably discussed SEND YOUR ORD R T Wants to See itDammed Louisville Herald Congressman Dave smith wants to dam Salt river Many ot public man since first that luckless stream took a name has been damn ngit But the classic and irreproach able Dave wantsno Un in his dam Jwioe has Congressman Smithsfragile 3ehatorail craft gone to wreck oh the rocky ledges of the saline stf earn s treacherous waters No mare shallow water therefore foi David Deep- water or nothing Dam Salt creek and the Congressman from the Fourth dis = rict can launch a heavydraught vessel averitable ship of Waron its sur race equipped in his estimation to jend armored cruiser Crepps if or cots 4eferfse ship Qily Jeems to the bot tom To the nation not to tli State does Congressman Smith appeal for the damming of Salt creek Such a cropo ition submitted to Kentuckys General assembly might be referred by Gov Uhorne to the Senate Committee on Religion and Morals and as that com mttteeI ever even says dam the bill had no hope thera Speaker Lawrence in the House milt hand it over to the Sinking Fund Committee There it would go down to rise no more Congress is therefore the place for the bill to dam Salt veiAll Congressmen have heard of the stream Some have gone up its torrent arid pronounce it one of the nine rivers of hell All will do anything Hfto improve the river ar d maks it sife jjor any aac nd ing crat w The t ouble now B the Boats that go up thatiostof get down ain ys religiou sly eliminated msiv rise the volume of water in she tortuous stream- bed s so that a vessel sent up for the health tits maspr may easily get back ai ain The Congressman from the Fou rth Iten tucky district is nothings if not i lagnahimous tHe knows that nlxt fa Congressional graft in large andIMad t V opinion 1 Ghamberlins Cough Imt is the best made for colds Cora Walker of Porterville California There w no doubt about its tlbeing t e best No other w11 cure a so NG other is so sure a prevent of pneumonia No other IB so pleas ant andsMe to take There are gob reasons hyit should be pre fned i o any o h r The fact is that f w peo pie are satisfied with any other rafter h ving once used this remedy For sale by C J Havdon r u A Sup ise Party beItaking i their pain and discomfort viz Dr Kings ew Life Pills They are a most yonderf il remedy affording sure relief a cur for and constipa ion 85r at G Haydonja drug sto e iGI II p1II j LTTTTT- UidesWaI te- dlIi IFI his want all kinds of hides andfur Briu 4emu r a J rneandgeb Cash for them er tiia iwo vyeeks will pay I Jffi I 1 91c iJT ic For Green Beef HiU r h 11IFor Salted Hide Sting thej to Imp 1 M H oies I Jl l COILong distance lines and t IephOnes of this Company enable you to talk almbst anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennesse Mississippi and Louisiana We carp you in quick and satisfactory communication With the lllIl people of this great section cf the country We Solicit your patronage Hates reasonable Equipments and fan Itties uhsur v passed JAMES E DAUDWELL LELAND HUM T D WEBS P dont J1Ihna t gorst is ent lugs J t I n n A Fajmbus Piper There as L31 1l30 7 e tiVwtJear of a otc man as tli b g ipipe and the t Obnc Scotland recently was a great occasion It was presided over by JDuke of Argyll and one of th st conspicuous figures was Cbamo oi 11I1Jtr vN ANN ir W1r Ji T 11T- Mc pi vrhfj i s eiiovu in 112 aceompsty ig pU ureTrore uumprous raedals htry dell blmla the man pips playing con ests in which he has been victorious The bngplpe an Jiatru went which dates back into remo e RE Uquit ail wa intioduced in Rooi Jead trough Ihe JJorsemen deflator Frank J Cauuo cCQrd1ng to itlfis b nellerldt ho president of the National Mother s former United Btatee Se ato mnkJ Cannon of Utah bae beec coa damned to die by Mormons life Sqnh ator Cannon ie a hero and he may Wi 7 prove to be a mar tyr Mrs Bcboff is rlt E quoted assaying t uHecam of the j Mormons and hs Jfather a lIoumon 3v apostle lies disown i fed him jwa se heI If lighting for his state against the ghierarchy Frank J Cannon is a sou ot George Q c riinon is fortysii years of age ar is graduate of Utah university ooI after be left the unijrersity he i ad jBan Frapctsco his home and bees e newspaper man Subsequently h re turned to Utah entered p ttl4 teas elected United States lent The Diamond Cure 0IThe latest news frOU1Parl8 to fchs they have discovered a diamond cur for consumption If you fear cww imp tion or pneumonia it will howe e best for you to take that great remed mentioned by W T McGee of Nanleer iTenn I had a for fou tee year Nothing helped me until I took mpistant relief and effected alpermanent cure Unequalled quick cure forThroat Lung Troubles At on drug store 8 2100 t d Trial botttefrfe Maishall L = field 7 r hasIYoricruti TtIliNCLluDESkARM 1 and FIRESIDE1 L roee i J L FrC- s e t t I Address TH SI SRringfi Ky Mmail of hie generaticRi He was a farmers Son and got hi edacajbionina public school of Mase chusette where he we born When 17 Years old he commenced work as aalerk in a country tore where r8maineCitoi four jyeara In 1860 he went to C ago as olerk in a wholesale dry goods store 1K1865 Field two aaaocia aL established the firm qf Field Pial er Leithex In 1881 MrLeitherwittidrew and t e firm has sines beenn n as Marsha Field Co In 189 t ae firms s amounted to SS 0 In 1905 tot 120000000 t the kiLe of his death Mr Fields wealth wa estimated atj 100 to 200 million dollkii One rohia rules Was never to borix w and another was never give a note Mr Fieldw8II 70 yeasold at the tifti of and was reckoned to be he rich tet dry goods merchant in the rIdli XhamberIafns Cough Re Ab outely llarpless he fault Qf giving ldren m icine containing injurious jubstancesL is sometimes more the disease from which suffering Every mother tJ1iare C am berlams Cough ain81not0i U1 Way I 1 1 111ls BosSFirst Tiljliave tJteet four ability as a ng r popular songs Go head The Prospective Qffic Boy Bxeuae me sir but I cant sing a note The Boss Cant Th n lyoure the boy I want 111 give yjou 3 a week and you can step y Nort jero Btl To Be Picollie Sf 1 Hgw brown you are ieBostiDt You been 1n the San tely be4ien tyour How preportawwa q 1 be sou te not aecseiUle to us by 7 n ethod of travel re been in Cle tuns rays if tlIrs whatpoll ffi TIXn esqhiss lases Notice If you are iindebted to hw old rirrr of i byImade by Febua3ry or t soiints wili tplaepa in the iumat of an attorney Call at toq Robertson j Gos stors 1cs 9 hrk R r t iL r BRO 5VIiE Mr llrl Chaatham and sister Nora visited their aunt Mrs J Cull of Maud Saturday geveralfrom he e attafided the arty given by MLw JsipNoel Saturday night Messis Purdpm PinfcfltOn and Iven Armstrong were IE Harr daburg Friday and Saturday Mrs Eliza Leac mari and douper Visited Hart Et1ieriP Sunday Mr Henry SettllfS has moved back byIMr Baxter rio to starve saysFoxa sore on my upper lip so painful someti es that I could not fiat vainlytrying everything else I cured s Arnica Salve Ilsgreat for burns cuts and wounds J Haydons drug tore Only 25c- 4 T Must Pay Within Thirty Pays t1All persons who are indebted bo me as deputy sheriff of Washington Comity must settle within Thistax maY be who is my deputy business1 must be thtnextthirtyday will be levied on up R IRecord Sale on Tobacco Anderson News Mr eE Watts one of Anderson coiihtyp well known farmers one day last week broke the record of prices for this years market for tObacco of all graces He shipped and sold five hogsheads of the weed at prices ranging from 40 to 115 per 1 peticeived for any crop of tobacee sold in Louisville so far this y earf ILimber heel In Fowls Wh n ydu a fo amiete with limber neck lpok forte sense so that others may not be afltoted writes correspondent of fi estern Poultry Journal It is not contagious The fowl tWists and twin its neck tinually A Yaw drop of turpeutlaein a pillet of bread given at feeding time until relieved is the best I maggots AInd to re eistoreThe ease Is easily cured if treated as abo sI Wliittf Worms jn Fowls There sheuldbe no difficulty in ding nosing this troublE particularly when you find quantities of worms present In Jiamount of Careifully disinfect the drpppinga with a strong creolin solutioti so that other members of the flockwill not becpme Infected Afterward refully cleanup Lftll excrement and burn it or bury It deeply t ilonp and Cknlcfpc CUre tedays for 1eup land ranker both of which can be said mainly result from t cold are coming Whea roup has reached the stage whea the odor froth it is and when there arc prominently dejreibped cases of canker it should 1 mean com pieti isolation froiiif t ie rest of the S0 r but the hatqhfet remedy should to spoited without delnT Feather fhc Rft W R P yrie colored Efep- tist minister of Bowl n Green k h pitft4totir Ij t r s 5 oo- r Rewaid1- i will be paid to aii y person who can find one aton of opium iIether or chloroi brni or thsif derivatives in any 5f Dr Miles Rem Ps This reward ii red cause ceriji uns ruailspersons make false stkteraejits reriedicjs It ns iun t reiyayd derstoodjh pods pufeh i arket whieh have not taper ed with Dr Miles rera idles sujra tby their strengthens andiia igf Orating effect nerv6us system r nerves rend tiPOrth r k i h Consider t are no better reme lee put ifp than Dr Miles NerrJne Aai iPaln Bills aDds Nerve and Liver Pills We thave o them for years and recommend them to many others My wife is using the Nervine and considers it the best medicine in the world A lady IrTertd of mine who was almost a total nery bus wreck through earnest tation has usedsevenH bottles of tbp resultsL UtAh Mlles AntiPain Pills are sold By fyour druggIst who will guarantee that the first will benefit it lt falls he money 25 doses WlllreturnfQur sold In bulk Miles Ind Farms and Buslniss Fra art FOR slALS enciiarrodsbu Ky 150 acres Anderson ifountv Ky aJ- Samn unproved and d 3500 150 acres Grant couniyKvi excellent farm and bargain at 22 165 acres Mercer county handsomely i proved in grass ten years at 55 154 acres Mercer county on river a good farm at 5250 llBacres near BUrg n good wheat farm at 65 150 acres well improved three miles from BuiKin acres near Burn good farm 37C 120 acres six inn es from Harrodsburg on Lexington pike at t75 lexchange i 165 acres well improved grass farm su miles from at 40 ei changer 184 acres six miles from Harrodsburg good grass farm at S30 largerfarm acres p neartBurgin 1600 Business PropertyI J ahdta month or stable fot 3200 Stable rented to January 1 at 25 i month Store and dwelling in one nriotherAlso farms and other property of all asfiingtonsand L will sell it 1 SboeRepairing I ratr located in the wholesale hdrns fuptl1irspairinci st the moat reaisonabiejirices- ADOLPH ZANIZWiEX ir The deaf and dam aboemaker INSURANCE the tt la 1 rr tiIm Staie1ftL q U r j j THE SPRINGFIELD SjUN WEDNESDAY JANUARfIlot 906i Ij SP1UNGFIEL t y SUN Wednesday January 241906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY rBSGRIPTIQN ONSDQLLAR In Advance J ROGERS Editor and PU i5her1 r uutersd at the postoffice at Springfield fKylfor transmission through the s as secondclass matter L TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONI Teen un Months 60 Months changediway M well 1I the poetoffice to which you Wiltllent COMING HOME rHoms coiriing weekin Ken lucky next June will begs happy vhnt The bId State will be full to oeJrflowjng with exKentuck ians with those old friends of ours who have feathered their 4iests In Bother lands and ho- tbough apparently contented and happy with their adopted homes in the age of an old slaver time laW of ours int yit dun r4arnt to fergittb hum m- Ole i Kentucky Home fo degoocl Lawd H3 put dat tune envay deay wul5banr Some of these exKentuckians s who are doming home next June may have found their laurels in other climes them have see their fertile acres dip into the ho rizpns of the east and of the west of the north and of thesouth they heinds grow fat and numerous and they may have heard the multitudes shouting their names from the house tops their mansions may Abe hid Jleatha wilderne of lilies iqa land under skies thatre blue alnd their great goldheaps may cat a i mellow ra oer it all e prgt ty picture nobody doubt the inspiration But the pretties scene of all arid the most inspiring Is the scene around the old home stead dvn in Jentueky about iEjtmans n inLthe vayey it may be 1st cottagei in the hamlet pr a l house witty many gables in the itit matters not what it matters not where thejie old boys and these Old girls these fellow Citizens who moved away will find the dear homeplace with its myriads Oi trade and many by ways where the barefoot left its print in the dust so magi yjars ago the prettiest spot under Gods blue skY Here the wee t 1emori sota dear lovni mother of a good and poble father pet Haps of a petty little sister anti ik ihischi evioqe little brother and ii thousand old friQiitU who ire sleeping sleeping in v f ultsocclay eternally will G w tha bt utifuJ vividness an the heart mjay br pawed buf fJuf upon the highway a str ani q old friend Will be passingtimold friends who coldopo- be made tOjbelieTethftt God Almighty in globe had flot placed ill of His gangfeuji i Kentucky Hand you s Mary an old sweetheart of yours and that tinge oif sadn sl is crowded outset the heart a thousand old tunesenter into the soul arid be4 fore the tear hardly has time roll away you are singing atthe top Df our evrjiae ATkesi s bright in old Kentucky home 9Tit Smmer the shies ire fay and truly the days gone bjate again the living present 1 A Mercer county woman is su 5hg for divorce because her Qi1 cb1indattacked her with a rake Now the is question f hasnt a mOan got a right gave his wife jfaking over v i 0t a i GOMNlgRCtAkCLUB r ere is nq beu fttnvn in Ken tuckv than r fieldand we du t v rt 4Qh bather there is ai er one d izecoii id fred drUmmoti recenjtlv said whil i in Sbnveration with the edit Ilf The Sim i t4pnngneld is th busiest tffiVJn seenIsins I left Owensbprb and have been in quite a nulmhei of largt towns too That is the fexac languagp heastjcj But whilititis admitted by all that Sprii igfield is ef liver busy town it mi st also be kdmtffid that we can iiakd it betterIA commer cialrc lab s needed Why not or ganie o e1 Vrliyno eke an atte pt to locate a factory or two t S jririgneld lieta organ ise a commercial club r Ab utaH that lda sben DONE by the Kentucky Legislature thus far is jde Ijackbuirn We most since ely hope that gomethingi else will be done vv MACKVIfeJLE lThe weather has beeIi fine and most of oui fairaei8 have finished stripping and sod their tobacco Mrs Adaj Arnold ppened a subscripr tion s hoot at this place about two weeks ago which is progressing nicely with early forty pupils in attendance Mr Mose Par df Louisville is vis iting us daughter Mrs Will Arnold j f this place Mr W lt Harmbu wpaa iu Springfield Thurs a on business V Miss B aulah Thdmpson one of our sweets and most popular girls left the first of the week for Bowling Green where she will attend school We re gret very much to see hergo Mr Johnson who has been confined o his bed for several weeks is nicely mproving Mrs Tumey and two daughters ai Harrot sburg visited friends here last week nMiss Lillie Haydon wt the guest of the M sees Maye Saturdaynight and Sunday p Miss Annie Haydon epef Saturday night ihd Sunday with Mra Millie Hatch ttIMr Tim Ainoldj oi Texas spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Ben Powell Miss Mary laharaj Who ia attending school at Harrodsburg pentj Saturday and Sunday at home with heif parents 4mIPHARD TY i it I Thar hit6 been but little plowing done in this viI aijH Gia and family Thursdtt night Mr ill hirley and wife of Willie j burg s ant Sunday with Mr W 8 Y Goodlet and family of this place Mr cedars Britten and Wife Mia Pearlie mothers and Mrs Annie Car iiey wel pleasant guabte of Ma and Mra J Salle last Friday t Mrs lisa Carney anear Will burg vi ited relatives hre l tw Rev HT Wilism and rdflte kI Spring fi ld apanfr TliurtBday with re dajghjterSsle t brother Mr Aa 4ue lk of Wiilis burg KfrT E antd i an ton ChaplinI apent 8ia4itfday Mtij fmI here lMrs JL M Sals dud 6hiidi sii pent j Saturday night QnD8u da i with Mr Pearlie mothers Mr mil Ilan iawt Wife ipent Weakleyd end Reo B gusof Mteii W wiHipi saa fat New Hope Baptist church the lire t Sunday in Febuarj STINNETT anar tu t week J Thos paiiov yaw hevfeSuridaj Frank 3w 8ffof Nnwae here FridayIMrs P rlee JoriaQD ill at ptesth Several from here attended the neral of Mr Ed RbnunB at Fair Mount cemetery Sunday George Blaxtoh and fa ily have bee visiting an the home of Mrs Will Johnson V Dr Will Adams and two daughters spent Sun ay nightj with his father at KIrtland James I lack and wife passed VanbusFive ltu dyed and one Graves county uperLincreasecTaluation 1 er = r 1J tt UJ III I JANARYyr J r 1 J y Jrl IS THEI4Ubr Qur nis n a at the Big store the above date with a full line of tftl v ri rrlatest Spring Style v I In Ladies Tailored Suits Shirtwaist Suits Separate i Skirts Covert Jackete and Raincoats 1 i ills ISa oolopportuHity for youto get your outfit ror coming season f Fit aIND WORKMANSHIP v r r GUJRAN1EEDt We are1- IOSil g Out all Winter Cloaks and Suire at a Sacrifice IRohedson Brothers rri ior tt1SBU G ijOur ountlay school at thus lace progressing nicely Wk havn lar crowds iii attendance Rev Young will fil1hillEj LI a pojntment here next Sunday There fe considerble moving in this vicinity W F Hughes and family have ovedto his farm in the e wintry W L Homan has bought tha huxter jtusinees front W S Browlay a id hjjs moved to Mackville Ky Jthn Reynolds hoe moVed to this placii- EJtea Jones has moved from th s place to the farm belonging to Dr W W Hyatt Jerome W er has r Carl erkins farm 91 will adJin thg near future W tl Gibbe was in Anderson last week looking after stock tojtwo Jacks to parties atLaxingk 11 Icy j W Sutherland has recaivKithe appointment of postmaster 1 this Place and hR Ie going 1 build a new office sayefO Hen Cu a wife ear iJVIodrsltvUls visited friends sjk vela byes hero Miss Elisabeth Shirley iphut a few ears last week with Mrs fl J Pink iston of Lifisey Mil utt Vic fri here The t un is Kighb apprElCiate tor all here aid is the t aunty We havA eiiliad and tlo Jiglit qoptti will china in ev 1jhom v jThe fotiowing av ftges wer made hodfteririet Charlie Hungate 96 Blanche SI irley 9S Myrtle Sutherland 95fNoi a Cook issy 80 Eseie Hungate qallie Den 68 Willie Ruby 86 6th fWK jMadye CJneatham 85 Bear1 Che hsun 85 Viola Vice 86 Anie Sutton 86 4th year Jerome Wilson 86G orgie TulahCooksejr t 88 ladle Foster rdreliOida OOlY 90 P rtl e J T PHATHBR t = 4T- neKeyf that Unlocks the Door to Long l ving The men of ni netv ndtellfedale of food not suited to his ce itu and will need a dose of CHamber tlainre Stomach and Liver Tablets and cleanse invigorate his stomach and regulate his liver and bowels V hen this is done there is ho reason whj the enCARDWELL asthW LGraham and E T Perkins were in Lawrenceburg Seturday on busin ss Mr and Mrs R AWiUiam visited at WiLI Grahams Sunday W L Graham was called to Step erdsville Saturdy night by the dren illness of his sister Mite irvma IiIyellow roans f A Borhiei and 18000 J fItetofKyler told to J H Uay at 8 cents Grah m sold R fu WilhB11 year ldbOlllir 11500 j GraIhai one threa yoar 0 fOl8 j m L Graham bougl tof jtfrs Barneti of near town we are year jack at 8200 Thjajapkw a norig the bast mt the county P rklns Brown taught of Rftscci Gibebii one horse fit 8100 E T Perkins sold to dir Lm Frerjeh Lick Springs I icL one horse 19000 ail one three 4ar old Red Lisal colt for 110600 to ea Yewsfl of Bar twn Jt Ben Tier I knew nO one for fur weeks vhsn was sick with and kidney nnieHunterst of althpngh I had tjneof the best doctors could get I was bent indhad rest my hands on my knees wh n I alked From this terrible afllicti n I as rescued Electri Bitters which Restored my healthsanLstrergth and ow as ever re simply wonderful Guaranteed pure stomach liver ey rd re et r J Ilaydons g b P pn DEEP GRE l Tobacco fepptag ts aver in thul yi mitt and several have f W their crops mong those aw Must rs George and Willie Elliott Miss Clyd doyle wh ie attending II hoot at Psttyinlle aci ruined her then tome Friday to ee friends and tatives She aud her y othr mturned Sunday afternoon The school here Which wa Qfjer the nanagemant tiE Mrs ohn Harmon jiilosed last Jfrfda 1 nWh with a good record Mr Rf1JftqDd Eie now the eneonton merchant whit i MX Perkins he former merchant ti poetmaster Vhen one thing app rs there is al ways another to app ea When the tore was burns last onth another as established the next month vjeh I noon is a small town butits people re able to keep it alive iihen some owv lee to kill it Born to the wife of Mr W BCar1 enter on the 10th a boy IMr Bennie q ho has bee c to the brpentj e week pas iii said tobe at this writ t ng Several of the correspondent lasked the first issue in January i any of u had made up any resolutions for they ar 1906 Here I ain one that has niade up several resolutions and one f t iem is to he more faithful to my djities I mean my duty to write more o ten than I did during the past year Any one of you correspondents see lkeep this resolution good or riot Tuck Slaughter of Noun Hardi- c unty had his right e e b own out b cs nnon torpedo he carelessly handled IIFENiWTGK Mrs T Jv Sim gave the young pgo pie a uricaleSat irday night There was a l rg uv attendance and all report a good time The tobacco me of the oeigliborb od jare making preps rations for another crop A great many will burn their plant beds this week t Mr Jones of Springfield has put the Women to study ing whether to sell their poultry at tile high prides or keep tijem over tUrai from lkIlFCheathaii shipped his tobacco fix Louisville last W eU and sokl it tan suiaTarage of 10 cents v Mr George Clarc and fa riily visited the family of Davia Settles Sunday Mr Robert GraY wife and little daughter were the pleasant gueste of L R White and family Sunday Mr C Wij Ode wee visit rends ia Mason county last week Mr lke Gooda yiiitad Hanf oid White l6aturdaiv Stoniatlli Trouble ani Constipafiprt Chamberlains Stomaeh and Liver Tablets are the list thing for stomach evert0a of Potterville Mich They are easy to take and alwa give gatisfacjfcioij I tell my Customers to try them andif gettheirplaint For sale by C J Ha don Rough Oh Thclpoctor Paducah Ky anUar 17 Beuauc Dr J M Payn had r covered Judgi n ant against Him for r ledical seryics stoppeddtthe physician in the read nearLacer tef Ballard cottnty at the point of pistol compelling hun t get out of hkJ buggy disrobe andvia low ina psOft hole Payne protested at th treatment aii was struck across the head tae reray bones wee broken Tie doctor Was compelled to sign a statement thafcJb had savor falsely at the trial andsthreatened with instant death if b everlIeni ned e affair to anyone Payn was allowed to drip on hejihurried to Lacen er and notifies the o Pitsworth was arrester near his home by Const ble Joe Shelb and carried to Bandan where fap being held pending a trla Dr Payne is one of the forembs J physicians of Ballard unty and is brother of Stoker Pa yi emanager of the Lacenter Improve ent Company which owns the town sit of Lacenter jA latter report tom Lacenter iay that Dr Payne also cha ges Pitattoith with taking his pocketbook containing a small amount of mon y Pflsworth comes from a wood faiuLy and was never in trouble before cA Wild man was found iii the woods near GlsgHVj o Tr it T I A Cold Cn The hrtit EL WgrD rW I J Is Uncn fortaa iIyourtcold in its early stages IS worse than carelessness A wellknown lung specialist called it Constructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure k ngThestjanding andl other medicines here if- C Ja HA YDON STOREnYi i i flI l t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 m Y + i SSSSS Ie THEI FhPOWER OF CASH Cash is powerful want it so for TEN DAYS or until these articles are tewe will sell Four bottles Lemon Extract 15c Four bottles Vanilla 15c Three Oundspried Peach 20c Two Cans Oystersu ISc One pound package soda 4c Four pounds Prunes 18c Two pounds Green Coffee 28c Four pounds Rolled Oats 15c Two pounds Mocha Java coffee 50c Three pounds Flake Hominey j Oc SIX packages = c Four pounds Soda iOc Remember these prices or for CASH only and last only TEN DAYS After that the goods Will be sold regular prlcesfwill be tovour interesfjto investigate n JOHNSON McCABEPhone 116 SpringfieKy 111 111 IJ Local News Notes be Fresh bread at Johnson McCabes Notwithstanding the hard rain Mon day a fairly large crowd was in tdwna Our SPECIALBLEND is kn extra finecoffee Hagan Bros to Clarkson Stiles Company shipped T a carload of cattle last week Interesting communication Long Run and Litsey will be printed nf week Ovr stock of canned goods is corn Plat Johnson McCabe Tile Board of Superviors have been in sessfon here for two days hearing com plaints from tax payers 1500 pieces just arrived torblin5 and 10 cent counters Hagan Bros During the past ten daysMr M H Jones has bought over Jour thousand headof poultry FOR RENT rNifee office room over MeElroy Bros grocery Dont forget we want your produce Johnson McCabes IB9rnon the 21st a boy v Special prices tin chiriaand glassware at Hagan Bros B rnito the wife of Charles Willitt near iown on Wednesday tnorning boy FOR RENT Flat above Tiny storey water and all conveniences For owned and occupied by Mr and Mrs Mansfield MRS WILLIAMS Cellery cabbage potatoes turniIetc rolled oats in bulk at McCabes MrJCM McChord who has beer connected With the Peoples bank number of y ars has resigned his fOraj tion and will begin the practice of in connection with his father v If you wdnt the best buy GILT EDGE Can ed goods Hagan Bros Everybody is singing In the Hills Of Old Indiana by the same author of tIrn the Va ley Where the Old Ohio Flows Yo i want a copy its good i E M RUSSELL Ejirl Smitl Jones the little son o f M M H Joies fellSunday and di 1isLl DOJItfOTetvie guat1tee every pound of Blankes coffee that gocs out of our store Johnson McCabe MONEY Did you lose any money in last Monday couh tycourt dh1r Jiow much Lloyd sprfngneld somJr money on the street He Yrlnts the own er to have atSun office BIG CROP Messrs J K Wall and Dave Simpso IB partnership crop of to bacco brough them1816 On sixteen sexes they ra sed 18850 pounds Try a can ofa Mrs Hopkins mince meat nothin better Johnson Mc Cabe DGH Smith has written that he has directed that250packages of Garden seed sent The Sun The seed will be given out from The Sun office come in a f get a package l Cashi Messrs J S Yankey and Sterling f Thompson sold to Rod Warfield of Eli nabethtbwn a load of fat mules to hipped this week to Macon Ga y us a visit it will pay you Hag urosP Farni and Fireside will be given free w f very subscriber who pays up arrears- to he Sun and one year m advance t wilt also be given free to every new l sub scriber who pays 1 in advance brhotel busiqess r his wiles health being sue that it was necessary to take this stem rM Earnest Goatley Will have charge f the hotel Fr Jine cake and all kind of fine cool inguse Royal Patent floufForsale by Johnson McCabe Mr David Pv Cheatham was elected sup rvisor of Mercer County turnpikes The election of Mr Cheatham as i surprise as it was calpeI the Mr rank McGar ey had nail d dov m Just another one of thoset fu my tl lugsin politics T Washington County Teachers 1er Ass elation will hold the first meeting of t le year m the Graded School build ling n Springfield Saturday February 10 An interesting program been prepared and will be printed in our issue Englishelong ink to Mr and Mrs C C McChord whi h died last week was astonishing ka1evehe other was shown in many vay IIIfor when old Ike died last Monday wee the proud Mastiff mourn ii1 almost as iiumans mourn when death kisses idovvitlie eyelids still of a loved one The dog refused to leave the side 0f the iorse and pillowing his head on I the dead animals breast he howled moat mournfully When his old was taken away the dog would not b con oled and this grief W as pathetic Mr McChord found it necessry town to tne country andse ure another horse and while the dog seemed to geta conuort out of the companship of th new horse it could be easily soon hat ho fai mourning for his old friend Walked From a Window L banori Enterprise An accident the Dame near resulting seriously occur ed1at the home of Mr F M EU last Underewot dYho was visiting at the home of Mr Edwards walked from a windou in the second story of the building an fell to the ground She was rendered linn riseiniis by the fall iwas Tint Lou d until next morning about 530 SVirJ was removed to thi hospital a one where upon investigation ft w foui id she had sustained a number of inju ties but none of serious Character Inc hip was hurt an Tinkle was sprained i nd she was otherwise bruised about the body rs Underwood lost a son only a shot time ago under unusually sad care instances She had left him in the afternoon at theMasonic Widows and Orphans Home in Louisville in his usu il health That night she came to thicity on a visit and shortly a ter atriying here she received a message this the boy haddiel suddenly of heart tro bid C urteenyearold Sainuel1Sweeney- iaen j lil it Stanford chargedh mak lag three attempts to wreftk railroa- rid train at JunctionCity Su scribe roeThe Sun iOQ year c 0fTwo cans String Beans 15c Three cans Pumpkin 20c Three cans Peaches 25c lOc jar Apple Butter 06c Syrup25cTwoOne glass J lly l04cTwo bottles Tomato Catsup 25cfThree bars Laundry Soap 10cThreeThree cakes Castile Soap lOc at Free Detivery from has t rare Scare 4ILast Thursday about 4 OC OCk in the afternoon the people were harmed by minutestheeagerly inquiring as tp the place of the fire It was icoverpd that it- as thee house of T W Simms Sr1 andthither the crowd started at fdll speed but were delighted uion reach ng there to discover that hb blaze which was in the weatherboa riling had een extinguished Practical y no dam age was done Ed Jones Held Over Last Thursday the examining trial of Ed Jones charged with grand larceny was held before Judge Noe The offense was committed 6n the Friday night proceeding when Oliver Gribbins was relieved of hIS watch anil chain a moneyIevidence against Jones be ng strong he was held oVer to the grand jury 200 bail Jones SOf r1 has nof able to give bail and is still a st of jailer Catlet r EdelenKelly Invitations have been issue by Jucfge John S Kelly of Bardsto vn to the wedding of his daughter Miss Anna Belle and Mr Rich PfiIlIarin Edelen both of Bardstown r Ed len is the son of MrR Hi Edelen the well nown distiller and was born and reared here The ceremony will occur in the Catholic church at Bardstown February V MOORESVILLE l Bornon Thursday Jamiarj IS to the wife of H R Eddlinjan a 10 wound boy Countyeweatherdour errs commence plowing SaturdayeMr HamVergin is quite j l of pneu JmMn Bon Saddler is malear-ia lever JDl Wall and Thomas Weeklely have sold thoir crops of tobawib to Mr Moss at 7J conts per pound Rodman Smith got 7 cents for his crop There twerfits services at the New Hope church last Sand Riev Wilis of ReachingMr to bouseITen of our younj men topk in a so cash at Beam Rhode near jVoodlawn Misses Lydia anc Dolly Virgin and LucyIIMrs W0 Ellis h is returned from Lakeland She was veil pleased with her trip I Pile has sold hisfarm Containing 1100firWash Janes for 6K IIMrs Henry A Moore was called to Daviess county to see her brother who is quite low with consumption The infant child of Mr and Mrs Coulter died and was cute red at the Parker cemetery last week The Democrats of this section are anxious for Mr T Scott M yee to an pounce himself for Congress fortunedis me Coral Hill Barren county at the age of seventy i 0s0000000 ooooon I a Personal Notes f nnVisitorsIn and Out of TownA n Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 1 0OflQQaDr John Shaunty of Frederick town was here one day last week Miss Mary Hamilton is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs A R Shultz was in Lebanon last week Mr Hood Cunningham was in Lebanon one day last week Mr Sammie Clements was in Bardstown one day last week Misses LydIa and Hallie Huston ofI Maud were here one dar t week J w Lewis iyvas in Lebanon Friday Misses Eunicet0 Nan spent several days in Lexington lastweek r Mrs J Ff Greene attended theI funeral of MrWICPrie Friday Mr Frank Peters was in Lebanon Thursday Mr H M OlJan was in Lebanon one day last week Mr Fonnie Hamilton of Frederick town was here Friday on business MrI J M Cab attended the funeral of Mr Wr G Price at Birds town FridayI Miss Bun Cleaver and brother Lin set of Lebanon wgre here Fridayf = Mrs Parker of Cofbin is visiting Mrs Willard Thompson Miss Nora McIntire of Louisville was the guest of her sister Mrs J W Riedel Sunday =Miss Margaret Shader who has been visiting in Louisville has returned home Rev Pieters of Fredericktown spent Tuesday with Rev P tF Hen nessy Miss Mattie Robertson was in Leb anon Tuesday to visit friends Mr Richard Wathen of Lebanon was here Monday t Mr J W Lewis was in Louisville this weekr l = Miss Sale Young who has been in the Southern part of the state for the past year returned home last week TMiss Marijerite Blacketer of Lebanon has been the guest of the Misses Young Messrs B n didtCleinEmtsandV L Cambron spentSundayat St Marys Mr George Boldrick of Lebanon was here one day last week IAMr fly S Tovl r was in Lebanon one day last week Mr Sorecenv of Louisville was the guest of Mr and RiedeliSunday Mr Willie Greene was in Bards town last week Messrs George Boldrick and Put man of Lebanon wereh re Sunday jMr and Mrs G L Haydon were in Lebanon Sunday V 1r Sylvester Russell and lfr Abell were here Sunday I MrJC Shader r left Monday to make abusiness trip through the south ftrafJames Hayon of Bardstown who it3 been visiting her daughter oLeo Hayden returned h neye terday j Mr Frank Yourig of Union county is visiting his fathii Mr Ben Young of this place Mr and MjrsV Eiigeiie Hardesty of Lebanon visited Mrs Clias Mclntire Sunday Messrs R H Edelen and William Spalding of Bafdstown spent Sunday WIth friends here Mr liII Edwards of Lebanon was here Monday on business jleIi t rIfig 1 j b 1 ecla i p Sale ofTab e Linens Napkins Towel f 1 and Thurs t day andfriayl Febr ary 1 I and2 Grundy Mctntire 0 l 1111 I Mr Phil McChord spent Sunday with his wife Misses Ida and Pearl iClaybrook are visiting their brother Hubert in Alabama IDr Earnest Grume was here Mort day on business = Mr Alfred D honey of Lebanon was here one day this week Mr JG Shader left for cfincin nati accompanied by his wife to visit friends Miss Lizzie Haydon wasin Lebanon Monday Mr Loyd Clarkston was in Lebanon Monday Hone W D Claybrooke was at home from Frankfort to attend to some business in court here Monday rMessrs T Scott Mayes and Mar shall Duncan attended court at Rock Bridge last Saturday Wallace Duncan left for Bards town Junction Monday to take charge of the railroad office at that place Mr Robert Fowler who has been in California about one year is horse to spend a while with his atI at Fredericktown Mr Fowler will cate in Kansas City Mr R Y MeElroy of Lebanon and Miss Haws of Massachusets who is visiting in Lebanon spent one day last week with Mrs L H Thurman srMessrs Hugh Stiles Charley Hay don Ben F Simms and Charlie Brady attended a sale near Bardstown Thur day Mr Forrest Cecil of UniSntown who has been here for two weeks visiting friends and relatives has returned home Mr Cecils friends are gJaitoI know that he is prospering adopted nome He owns and operated thei electric light plart in Uniontwon a Mr Emmitt McCormack and daughter Miss Rose of Hustonvillp visited friends and relatives here the oflhe toeeljj Miss Bessie Williams of Louisville who has been visiting her brother Rev W H Williams has returned home i A Genius LaRue Herald The death of William Rainey Harper the president of Chicago University took from the edu cational field the greatest executive genius that ever devoted a life to a worthy cause He was a great man and had achfeved greatness before time had whitened his boyish locks or wrinkled his features Would ft not be better if such men as Harper could be given longer lives in order that their wonderful powers for goodcould exert J themselves to heir utmost CapablE of performing more work than ajrjv other three mel who had ever done the same duties bri ginginto existence andecrowning with success the mightiesH university in tl e world his death tooli from the nation one who had but begun a work that to Ethers would be imposi1 ble and which n one else ever contem plated Big Deal in Dark Tobacco i I f Farmers Home Journal The Society of Equity an organization of f5rmeis and tobacco growers inDaviess cpuntj1 this week closed out its holding of dark jheadsmembers in Daviess county The entire holding was sold this week at fo lowipg prices l 975 for grades A Rand C 875 Yor grade D and 775 for grades H and O The sale was mad 4 through Mr I P Barnard president of the Louisvi le Tobacco Warehouse Company Mr Barnard did not dis close for whom the purchase was madei It is estimate that the sale will pur over 200000 iVto thfe pockets of Da iess county Public Sale Of Household Furniture Saturday Jan 27 at 2p in On the abov date we will offer loi nthOGara t Springfield the household fttrnir e a11of CPnce ITerms on day of sale JB andlC In PRICE BLACKSMITHiNG HORSESHOEIHS shopITexas and Danville pike Horsesshod1 new shoes 80 around around Buggy and wagon repairing i emtploy r pdlO Carriage Shop I am prepared to doSall ofYuur we worka1drepalnng at the most ireftsow pnce itGramI also have dne new shop made bu I1lbandof all kinds on handtpIWHBOND trt July 1006Springfield K v Farm Sale 12 Acres four atJ a half riles from Springfield f T Situated on good pike firstcla s land good house barn and bug p house wellwatered A good home for some one who only wantsia d small place Further particulars call at Suii office or dpon B DLate Ik I J y u Tile SPRINGFIELD SUn WEDNESDAY JANUARY 24 1906 ijiL = rb The Adventurers II I By Ht MARRIOTT WAtSON I COPYRIGHJrL 1899 BY HARPER f BRQTHBRS IYou will give mo opy nf that sit he asked S artly I nodded TTdu are welcome lj said If you will write I will dictate u And forth with pen arid paper being fetched wo proceeded upon the odd task When webad finished ho gave a look at Hood who JQln d him anti the two pored over e together Then Sercbmbe rose and pitting the paper In his pocket remarked You see I have tusted you Mr Orentornx ifSake your word And as you have x rr oIIIIIIIIiIt 7K AB J rose a mar gt ctpplad with rnj now the whole locumeut of the late ilr Kesteveu fl your posaeselon I w1f3Irt you joy of it There is one word m6ie said ij stotn y The man jf1io stole this pleceof paper from its riser is moral ly guilty pf his death r uulshjhe exclaimed lightly We r cant make an omclofl without break tug eggs Mr Greatorex And HOW I iiij2t reluctantly wish you goodby li you an excellent dinner and if for tune favors me I shall look forward to returning it There is np need to part on bad terms He held out Jils hand but ere I could accept or refu30 it SJjjeppatd sprang forward Allow me captain he said AhJ stDiled tSercombo in no way abashed by my hesitation It is a pity you and I are nbt east for companions Tilr Sheppard At least said ShQppurcl as scoun 1lelswe can respect other iSercombe broke out laughing and Withone glance at which as I thought he Hootin a quo Lion he marched The Innkeeper followed and Sheppard went sifter them full of genie ity to the lust frond calling for Capta n Sercombes cloak Out of time wind w I ww thorn pass under the Olin llj ht of the oil lamp before the doorw ly and Sheppard was still jueherinj them across the courtyard w the gitewmy of tqe tastle Suddenly I hojirA my taioo called In a loud voice and jJVfdatg emery started to his feet mad tyrow pen tho window This gayc upon Sie courtyard from the northerly side of the eastlu man instant Irecbgn the Shoppard planting shrill Ilrioff Qolse ml clatter of a struggle Iaroom stJease almost falling apon the slip pory cobble of the yuntyhrd in my haste Ae I roM R mdii rippled with but being iiow stru to flglitiug pUch by my edited anticipations I flCunghim heavily to ttjje ones where be lay inert and I leapa Over his body Lri dints ietance or Sh rd f CHAPTE US will meJiwl if bare you expl1c1t h that to ia castle laij acrose the drawOridge and wftj ctfft great IItqne arehr alUnufag through the width of the ei terly wvtu Tb passage which was Qott more ilwui ta feet Across was in effect a vault- fweniy feet high and tliirty feet long Tt was here Ahgt the li a attraic od tae and into this narrow ohaiinelI Win breaking tumultuously upon the aggregatedknot of men that eemed to struggle in the uucerttiln liglit g rc aiumined the 1l1very faintly but jh that passage the gloom was heavy and j I could perceive very little As I wwa gthewaitright ttiefafr heed of Sheppard rise atrucH with the evening glow from without Forthwith I djifled the bodj aeareet me to the grouud and with my 8gt dialodged another ian in front of ow Then I board Swcomboa voice valelad In angry remonstrance I KttQiared nothing neither word nor ftonea from it but occupied merely with tho physical lust Of battle drove Ight through time prose qt the melee lo Slieppard It seamed to me then that there wore dozens of eo Ie crowded within those narrow waflgjiutl believe 81ia matter of fact thatiliore were only1 tsOnli eight of us Sl14V1tf rose amid itelland roee again Nedl Ned he called and at the sound plunging upon human bodlea lardlred and wont under A stampade rfSGbaeemedto rush over me I felt battered and bruised the wind was ali rout of my lungs hut slowly edging oil oay stomach toward the wall I drew OlIt Of the press As I did so I heard n great lull nolso thud thud iriterveii Ilug upon the sounds of the struggle sad presently mrcles being nOWne Tjstomed tothQ darkness I caught sight of Mobtgomerys tall form Iris a uplIfted and wielding a heavy 1R 9 iron f Bravoftl c struggling to my feet pushed liUnd hint Turn jou ft you turns Bald Serc0litba voteo 1I wa 1l8c1 us laen of white tjeetlv and a grofeegqua BCtew neck that rose upmysting of a knJfi in jay shoulder blifdc By some naglcnV iL ought dawning at tbft moment I iec Hctl Montgomerys revolver which IcarrliKl lu my breast pocket dud prxhicfng It flredat the bestial form be ore nie There wan a reIIOiV Sheppard th re tiuo sign Seeing that t be affray way turning Inour favor I to the side and opening a amalf doorwayin the south erly drum tower riiehod up the stairs It was fortunate that I had made ao complete a stud castle I found the auk 1 u anted and turned tho trenfithilmighty portcullis descended shrieking fOl11ilowlng erturblows j enemies is lie groaning gate descended th re rate Criee uttered InQ foreign ton roe and A rush ensued for toai1eQlrf i own impgtus flew into tfat archway Scrcom be- stoodi in the Hgl t oxpstulating Mont gomerys n eap ta stretched gorfie One flat ti oath eto ies as I entered and the men era Wield oO Iflred another chain her jof the fevo vsr aimlessly and tlietl flash lit up tie paosiige iwhlle tide sound reverbei al cd dillyflomtho groined vault The portcullis fell lows er aid Sercomb WitS driven across the drawbridge by his retreating allies Dead or IfVing tlieyshall have him said some one a my ear and I beheld Sheppard his ft ceo amoared with blood dragging a had in his arms Tog th er we thrust It forth and it lay half I way across th thresholds The portcullis dropped lexorabl sail was now within a foot oi the ground The man lay under too rmgo of Its fton spikes The wheels cr jaked above and the distance shorte led Montgomery ran forward and sh ved thp bod3 outward Hut it stfll hiug halfway And then Sercombe cam a rapklfy back and stooping bj a swift movement drew the inanimate orm from beneath the Iron spikes of the lira wbrdg He Mid no word butimcrely glanced at us as we stood behind the grille As Sercombe s fl hire faq d blafkfly rito the nlgbt I ttiraed and peorod vu the gloom of time archway where uay companion stood Sheppard str ick t1 match and the tiny flame vast ft precarious light upon the of ua at1eakr of blood fClOMed Shang tis uhsad blood and i drat honors he said Mqnttomery bieathOfl like a black fmlth wU a met n tHckhe observed ludden1yithroughuse their kulvw aptly 1 remarked They do tlat wM JUntgomery fiercely Ou devil lies plercftd oiy stomach ihrouiU Let us gock to the I said the example turned landBettin t went out and as the tht bhibblack darkness gain WvwalkjMl back Into the castle MostgomIThe boy eto lup a alght his well cut face ewer and ill mobile r1if8uo woi ud li rejoined pinprick Oh well Ut us see f said carp lewly He stripped oW lite slilrt and coat slid a great rtil bulging iP t met my oyt below the br at Sheppard put fingers on That want a site be said and meeting yOYi1D thertnoth butnmeiVeil have old Toms over toihor row I said The dbctorr queried Slienn rd But what lib ut Oh I dare t ay wjiwsan compose smn sort of lie B jaosvv ns a medlcal i an out couTlUeucc argr fenero- dThnta tfui Shdppard and a little ll mcA dell between m JtW he resumed x t9 qriUy04fcnn we si jep do you think I thluk tve axe to lily a lively night I anSweredU And for mew I ain In no mobd for bod Nor Iide larod rpntgomery Very good says Sheppard Tnen what about tl ls treasure t Precisely Itvhat I was thinking I said Let us gee thepa Iliub I ha e thpui burning In my mind T auiwered And If all are agreeable He may ttfKft a lantern They wont ti ouble ui jtist yet But just it that mpiDent came a knock at tbj door And Mrs Main showed In th i open doorway Bearing a fate of alai in lire Mont atnetys pistol went off by accident s lid SUoiiptird promptly Mrs MaiU aj ologlaed and retired JJ think wn shall Uave p sfliiarethe ill oldla yOr i trrnoT1iQFJ obSfve Leave bat to me says Sheppard cheerfully Well come along said I and vela lug the lantern I stopped out into the cojirtyard and made for the ontranee to the northerly drum tower Shoppard broke a jest or two at the entrance ae we stumbled up the stales but once we were in the nge and Lad descended into the bnse1DtWt deep sHeuce enveloped us The cor = ridoi rang with our feat and the great slabs of stones were damp to be felt even through our ootsAs we pro ceeded on the way I noticed that now and then a narrow passage branched off to the right and on each occasion Iat the farther end I caught the soft glow of the external lights of the night From this I gathered that the chain lier we wre passing whatever was the use to which they had beenjput HIryEL all mcry wrenehci tu t o knob avowst bTbfliio wr channels to the outer wall of the caatleanil breasted bf gratings upon them at Oi ic of these hernia we explored and I ijironthat the floor of the fepuichn I corridor wits hurled some fot bolow the level gratingsInSfmq1edthatlevel of the water t Ve wore now we judged upon tho western face of the castle tat js to say upon the back parts wh ch looked upon the park of treks and the brook behind whore the hill or pitch as it was called rose In a thicket to Its ut termost summit We had twice turned at right angles and pausing consulted the document oueo again for the sake of certalnty We had now to proceed some thirty paces Suddenly I stopped lie said Sheppard who had thelimper by heart as well as myself and forthwith set to fingering upon the right hand The o is no doorway beret he ob sejrved in n low voice and yet this ci mid jbe a chamber such as we btfve pf seed already Five foot from time ground said Inejuallylpw tones that Is whit It enys Is It here he whispered shenoard gave vent to an exclama tin Got It he said sharply I prow the light this way moved the lantern forwards and re enough there udder Slieppards bund stood otha round trOll kuob or b ndlc in the iuge masonry Tress sail 1 No turn said he LetiIhe boy stepped forward and w enclied at Ow knob Its stiff with rust of eenturieer but Itlet in Irbu said Sheppard V a u all want oi L on be be aged said ilotttgwpery II do this die Jwung doubling On hiinself and tub tVins Jui jptnl iti his orebesxi Ymr will move rourWundfJ prom te ted Montgomery said nothing but rc lewed his exertions and with a or ink the knob turued aud a gap grew in the waD votceIHush r I enjoined Pull it opaa TI te two tore1 back the cupboard door appalLHJeie is npthliig here said Mont g nary j Were not finished yon dufffer said Sneppard coferly Feel along the back wfti Here let mile Oh the devil i ran too short Thrustiiigiho Jautern into Sheppards Uamls 1ipraug at Uipwall aud with a leapeetlited myself ou the uoor of the cupboard i Time back is I said My Auger ran ISwtltJywi thj oaken surface and preseiitly stopped The lantern I called to him SUeppwrd letthe lantern taU in his oxcitdnietjt amid In a moment rvo wore plunged iudarkuess At the same limo there arose a sound on the grim silence qf the corridor I drew in my breath audi think every one did the saniQ Ifelt rattler than hpard Montgomery fumbling with Ills revolver Ton tyrpn iy thirty seconds passed and that Sheppard struck amatqh Its the infernal wind hpsa claimed The ght flared In his fabeas he reel the la ernand 1 noticed that itwaE wild aIM burning With tremulous fin gets he haiided me the lantern and the light iii one on a bit of stool I lioNun dor my thumb I prewsed and th c jerk tl 9 oaken screen fell back 1 pu out a hjuid and encountered nothing Im olng through L said in awhls perrr follow me Ill leave the laid tern lidre Heaven knows what we shall fit l1f llet myseK softly down anc my feet Bttuck the stone of the flooi jnc n more Shopfrard and Mpnt om t DrW F Trusty Practical IIDentistPRINGFIETLD KENTUCKY WoJ Dental at reasonable 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KODAK GO RochesterN Y THE SUN and I ailyUerald 2 r I J ITHE SPRINGFIELD i JSUN WEDNESDAY j JjANUARY 24 1906 J 1L c Ai fThe AdV IIn1drers I I By H BIMARRIOTT WATSON I IbhZ89a br HarPer Brothen I cry followed We cast the light about us We were In a dungeon closed with I i HsyE- RTho trea ura was there oeorc our grecdt faces in absolutely blank walls In the cor- nel sOnie rags and paper lay heaped I pushed them aside and they rumbled at the touch of my foot Its not here said Sheppard Throw the light this way Ah I thought sol JEre he had finished he was halfway up a flight ot stone fftepp and we fol lowed pellmell A door Of heavy oak barred the way at the top We wanted oil after all said Shep pard impatiently Montgomery flung his weight against it and with a crash it opened Montgomery overbalanced with hiN effort staggered and fe lupon the threshold but Sheppard who was next to him paid no attention and turning IQOked at me The light made no way ipoti the great darkness Do you know where we are whispered Sheppard This is below the keep Shall we go in 1 Certainly I said get Montgom ery up He pulled the lad to his feet find sl wyw shoved back the huge creaking door The chamber into which we were now come was small and square and like that below barred by solid mason ry and unrelieved by windpw or grat- Ing r fpimd later by calculation that this must be in the very heart of the keep Itself and so wholly disparted from the rest of the castle that the nOise of ordnance would scarce have penetrated Its deep and dismal recesses My eyeE were drown as by a magnet to the farther cprner of the barren cell In which I could perceive some formidable shadows wavering beneath the dull uncertain light of inj lantern Sheppard also had descried them and plunging forward with a cry flung himself upon his knees They are here right enough he called And at his wbrds Montgom cry and I approached him I held the light tbove his head throwing the faint beams acrosS his shoulder There were three largo wiken casus standing upon logs and simply carved uroon the face The dust lay deep on tUrn as Upon the floor of that interior dungeon Sheppard brushed tim lUst away unil yeisM the lock The hinge fell back tq iiis touch and slowly lie lifted the waeaive 110 TbA light shone still upon flark shad ow but stooping a little lower I thrust it intothe mouth of the aper ture and our noses hung ovdr tlie sides A 4E box together v je treasure Trafe thoG5for certain liee it lay spread before our greedy ixcr tGgDltl andthe silver and the pre iout stones that had been destined o sr y one king from death and an other fiom esile Ilet the places slip tercugti my flngrguliwas nipidores c2 clea1of gold and silver amulets vov a tie material gems of the mar s t Jj onoU is there a fcfld Mohtrl h laeppard seemed to ponder ineasur iiife adel1 with his linger ajid couiput if i ue superficial urea of the boxes c one can say offhand said he beG urs life jevils fur am tiling cg TiIilcli aiL1 rubies No rubles 1l iiiai zeil1l111e rJU11ce 1 upon one J c worjj lille short of n thousand r JrltUcutfornery gaped and whistleil 2ius yaaka a rouguistiot pnd put the 11 at OWJO Coma Ilriulve a bet rr fa uiter tbetnarc ildD there lire the other moo said L ue said Sheppard We all loqked in anQther jome bpys I said riaingv lot us ge out otthlsVc know bur way a the itieaaure caiinot take itself vrtgs Iteiuctautly thJJrobcyeLt and we rth fiacsdoiir steps through the cupboard ustc the corridor and thence u ward through the cpurtyard and into the liv ing oom The dawn was brightening the eastern SkitsI polled out my ttpb rafter 8 T stflfl Tpud batter so to bed There will ba nothing happen 10 Tlufie oclckr echoed SHtppurd in dhgintly5Why it Is the very time- Cor attack and surprises Np Ill see It out now Scary wen I assented Weve got to urange our defense and as youare all determined not to go to bed we inay as well hold a council of war Agreed said they and we sat down to the Job without further ado We wereflgreed to consider o in the thorn tug as the break of day for our pur poses and we were hardly exposed to an assault before 8 in the evening The sky was still luminous at that hour It was therefore plain that we must set a guard upon those Intermediate and nocturnal hours From 8 till S wasa space of nine hours That was to determine for us a watch of three So farce settled the preliminaries of ojir 4 tjeuses nut we had now tp con alder furtHi TThe tlrunT towers com mnnded thin slopes of the valley like two tall sentinels and from the em brasure of the vfindows a watch might be kept upon nether parts of the Gwent But from one so stationed tile beck of tho park and tie crown of the hlji behind were quite concealed In this connection it appeared that the keep would beet settve us wore particularly as the upper chambers were readily gained from the Inhabited wing of the castle whereas Ute towers reared 1DdIment and to the bat lements above It was in the keep 1crtJiat our sentinel must hold his The high est chamber in the keep rose immedlr litely above the level of the battlements ind was pierced by narrow slits in the aasonry This wad convenient eta ion or better still the roof of the tow r with which a flight of stairs cpn ected the chamDelv We explored th0 keep thoroughly ere ye had settled this point and by that ime It was 4 oclock Now you had bettor go and lie own said I to the others otherwise ou will be nodding on your watches pplght For my part there is an hour et to the Unie of safety and I take i rat wajch Sheppard xos ul fed with me for what he termed unnecessary precau ont but I held to my point and pres ently they left me CHAPTER x Descended into th q WIHENI I had hit upon one defense at least and- proceeded to fieul i e it As I walked from the drawbridge along the moat to the back of l1ricUca1KesteVen had said of his predecessors experiment some forty years before I h td great hopes that thd sluices wu1d s ill work The brook ran as you ivill- r member behind the castle at a little distance from it and J found without conduitblchthe fosse I inserted my arm as far an possible Undo the space seemed fair Ij clear though the earth had crept in a id lay aloiig the bottom grown with g ass to the depth of some inches SJI1 I had no fear that the flow of water would not wash this sediment away provided always I could get the sluices up To find these sluices was my next thought moved along the tifrf in the direction 1wbieh it seemed that the culvert must run scrutinizing very carefully every inch of tile ground Abput three feet from the stream was Ja noticeable elevation a grass plot rising lin n mound two feet high Here was obviously what I wanted and sU taking a spade I dug with a will and soon had the turf removed and the floor of a stonei erection laid bare It was a gbfid hours work ore I had cleared the rubbish away sufllciontiy to free the sluices then I laid hands on them and pulled vigor ously but fruitlessly I must plainly have assisftihco and accordingly well enough content with my labors so far I went buck to the house At break fast t revealed my scheme much to the delight of Sheppard who rouiidly declnredthftt lie would give five 7areJ of Ills JJffisfor this adveuture Support ed byrtvo enthusiastic aasistantsf I rCF turhed to work fetcping with me a heavy iron bar for use as a lever A little more beef Montgomery shouted Shpppard and bjiriself grew as red as a turkey cock with his of forts l Mortgonicry flung his bevy body extremity of the bar and uponfthcr soinothing came Up1 with the same tUne I heurd ueiqw a rumbling ana rushing as of water Weve none ItI I shouted and fire the word were put of my moutli Shop irnni and the other wore racIng for the toont whither they preseutly waved ine With vital hands The atf was pStiriag from the con duit in a strong strenin fully one foot ill Uiickileas That wajj enough It would tale ouiejhouic to till the iiioat lint it tmight take all day so long as we wfire seuretI b The fall of t We left the and wcnttkck bcu gaid attack thb dra IUICjup The ortJlllS Want oil but later Veli ciwtlo a mediaeval ft ftrees tn a twinkling said Sliep qAJusot the drawbridge tlehJ lat the uiftdiiBery was in ay and wi nltworelido upon Hi called my mftii Williams ihto requisition and I think It tusk the four of UP till 0 or 7 ottlock in tile evening ere we pro n iuced ourselves satisfled After tliit we had a reheflrsoi with both port cujlis and drawbridge By this time themoat was swimming with water iTljilch lapped under the shPuldbrs or Ui bridge There nuisl have been ful Ty ityyelve eet of w tr in the fosse This wont do Well haVeau inun datlon salt Montgomery and lit let the sluices dp wn When all WitH done we surveyed our handiwork m1d were con tei L It was now close upon 8 oclock Idimoii had been ready fftr more than half an hour so we were lHformd by Mrs Main who must have reg trded tlHJhallstricWatch time said L vVho goes r wo looked at each other Intlpliiliff Its turn said Sliappard with a griuace but I stopped him let Montgomery J saldv mean ingjy 5tIgit you are responded Mont gonery cheerfully and taking his urn ce of pistols he vanished along the corridor r lows thisr asked Sheppard ithl k the poor boy has earned his dm Bless u he shall have his dinner I ahswered the dtfnger is going to Jje rlldlId rjjtber Montgomery were asleep in uooan asleepto6 The tower JWe had arranged tnat llllamA should stay the night In he caste and- imbuing him with the fc ir of b irglarsi had armed him with as ibtgun in case we should come Lathe W Jrst AsBhep pard remarked we coull readily tan gie UieAVclshiuaus bn ins ifi he be came tlua and tl g3srruhlty should brtag us the sj patbfc aa 6istanoe of the law I 1n WE IfIlOUgl1tbMain was by this time bourn to usj by iron ties through Sleppttris cowS trivance nor dQ I know 1o this iay actly how he managed t or li what directions he used his amiut le and soothing fictions The h mseini Id was Mrs Mains hireling nd we need scarcely include her 1otlr jalcula tions We were now sI e nceiv d ade quatoly fortified ngoins a snprIse From 8 oclock until dawn u on the S1etchedupon hisdutyat all hazards That an attack would be delivered I hac few ioubts tllelwaI had sent Montgomery to h s post early as it seemed wiser for n ore re sponsible heads than lila to tike the deeper and darker hours of th night From 8 till 11 his tithe ran arid yet- they might be upon us re tbjit He- wi i fedwltli some sanlwichss awl cheered with a little wine w4ile below Sheppard and I wait din a condi lion of tension ShkPPflldpresently this Let ua go and join h m You would be much w iser said 1 tog t an hours sleep u Sheppard shrugged his shoulders Ifs my turn next you my and Im not used to be awakened n my beauty sleep Its bad for me ifo Ill go to bed when you relieve int But I recommend yoUr own advice to yourself And I will take it 1 answered See that Montgoniery ge s his upper and goes to bed like a set sible person Ill bwith you at 2 punc ually I cannot Hay that I enjc ed a peace lull sleep Although I wt s dog tired partly frOth the exertion of the days work and partly because had had no rest the previous night still slum bered very fitfully Final I awloke in a fever and throwing the hot blankets from me tepped ttheo en wuidow My bedroom faced the no th aid the cool airs that heralded the davp wan tiered over mer reducing tie fume and fire of my nerves Far away some roistering bird was calling not in tys spring notes but raucous i ow with the somber beat of autumn The cirtain of the dawn was lifting It wati tUne for me to relieve Sbeppard My watch marked a quarter to 2 E aving Jress ist I went down to thege at hull and thrusting the weeterl idows open looked out Trees like jteat ghosts Invisible whispered in tie nig it together Thp smfs glim me ed dor n be low and recollected suddenly lint I was peering into the water of the fo8f1 The stillness hung so tleej that was possessed of a sudden witli a hundred fears Was Bheppardmui leredIAnd Were the castle and its tre f18811Biuswas none only the gen le wash of the waters against tlioee i ucient foun dations and the swishing otbe leafage on the neighboriiig treestfbe park lay as one might have fa icied tinder iiie imminent hand of float i I stole upstHirs ciaiitbe J11 with a O1verfamwtThe sound almost startle nie occur ring upon the stUlneaa Any hews 1 i asked Well I hare two titifl pi to cow reejIe dl reetlou he bad Indicated I hear itM I observed d ubtfully Well Ive seeiIItbe w torted Ionr eyes are better Lhau nine tb iiI answered Maybe said Sheppard eheer fully maybe not But I dont pi ofera o sOs through a wall That trtfe fifty paces away and it lana oak vet rlurg4and uthbrtqceotis believe you ate rIghtV anaiered- UI ari think I recollect it iq didnt he went on utIJlCCk on to see by match light I lay 1 was puzzled Mate light I jqnerted You havetot beer Oli donr no b exclaimed My tower his lem thn cental patch of 7i 1 Stole upttatn to tita jieep blacknesfe In this black light Besides who ever strudk i match at iliglit to sea 1111 Ife j them tcl1 was in that same tree 1 speak 01 I was silent I presume it ill D strike self lie continued Leryour voice I enj med Sheppard smiled aaI epud perceive oven in the darkness Oh I dont see why he declared HTheres no one tliere to sIx e a matCh now to the best of thy belle How is thatr HD1d you hear nb sound 1 he asked I shook my heid and he patted his sliptgun yr congratulate you on your sound floe of hearth I fired about an hour ago and 1 fany the shot did not at together Jtnlere followed a still paterthgbaa ludlgetfUou today la Sercombes armrII r Sheppard sh mWered hJn anti walked to the northern verge of the parapet IItOO p ng be fUmbled in the darkoMC and the flat moment his reetIabout with fee and hands I came up on an open hi e in the floor serting my leg cautiously iappehed astonestaIrwayDiligently sheer blackness I came put upon Shep pards heels liiHa what by comparison gl1stenedIntheupon the battlenents We miglit have known there was some Cofnznqnicition between the keep- and the Sheppard You see buttJerentttauld Ive been pacing for the last two Can you get tight round Ill show you he returned and led the way along ti4at lofty roadway The battlements uattirally stretched across the width of thfc castle running from wall to wall Time parapet stood some flvefeet high an I was brpken with the machicolations pf the design There was ample soacq therefore for twenty men at arms toi march abreast along the heights ar moved lightly his head just swinging clear of the par apet and the blajck darkness contained npnrwTherubbish preBe l paused and there rose Quickly before me out of the superincumbent gloom the black er mass of the rum towers Feeling his way Sheppard hit upon an iron heightsItOPIpost pinnacle of the castle and peered from it Iqio the night The noc turnal mists and rblackneis of the val ley below were slowly shifting The trees gradually grew black showing against a vast ahd gray gloom Yet there was no light visible in those seething changespf the elements The night still hung ilont us The southern drum tower looked dOwn upon deeper shadows and I could not descry the wall below I turned to my companion for an oxpla nation and smiled at the confusion of my own brain when he answered Thats the south Ned You know tlje battlements are In ruins there Of course they frere but I was not to be deterred fro 1 a comp etcclrcultof the walls that small fact and I tajdderMBe sKid Sheppard Bettor npt Wait till its light Now I knew firy well at the time that he spoke wisely anti that J was merely taking a rub hazard for ho purpose ti inn to display to my self nay own dtermlnatioaor obsti nacy if you will But the feeling was strong upon me and so picking my steps down the ddder I paid him no attention Presently my foot descend lug shot tfiroughj empty iir and coin Ciflontlx tnt the iron bar to which 1 was clinging with niy left hand ceased abriptly For a hioment I had a sicklj i juantion in my stom acli and I went juite cold BU b rac1 Ing nijrself togo Jier I kneeled upon the lowermOst 8 ep and launched my body into space I hare no Intel tfon as I nay of do fending lilY rod hardinene nor do I fake any credit f4T ultimate oflbape from wLiat was j imtpubtedty a deadly peril My legs k1 ked aimlessly in the air and found no vest I tightened my hold upon the ir4u of the ladder and trove to pull i lyseif up But my wrists bad alreax y weakened in that tedioua and mum ailing oscillation In space toid to ay horior I reajiaeU that I bouid not g rt Jack SeJllMIrd 1 ci lied faintly Ned Ked came Blioppards whis per freal above and I was aWare of a tiny a ark of light aw It weie in lisa en The VIlg11el thjj remnants of lie iron below WIll r doulil see I lit Kolneut brows of the aiIthij gltJainlug light of water tar away Yet this illuuiiuatiou proved lilt salvation T te ruins were over run Trttliuinseea o Irish ivy as 1 have said aild la the cc urse of centuries this stron ljr growing creeper had clam iet54 over and bf DUd the proper Jim its 0 decay and clothed wIth graft twist Klbrtthchea1 Uc wall of the drum tower atone side f me Gasping from my eysrtiou I reached a humid towaifl thies leaves mImi catching at a thick stem like Reablp1 e1u g to it deeper ately wliile dividing 11y weight bu tweei i the two supports My only a- niChamberlainslf CoujhReniedyThe CURES Coughs Colds group and Whooping Cough This remedy Is famous for its cures over a large part of tho cltillzed world It can ahrayg be depended upon Itcontain no opium or other harmful drug and be en as confidently ton baby as to an adult Price 25 cts Laijge SizeS ctA iety wat is to wlfithw the lTA Would bold Its Attachment to the stones of the wail must be preearfpus aJnd yet I had to trust iti and poising Inil in stant between the two I dropped slow friendiJbrloan until I stood upon the froken stones of the rolIied will HIglmbo I saw Sheppard light another match and heard his voice calling to Epe titI had no strength to reply 11 flung the liht from him and descending in an arc It passed before my eyes anti wept out with n fizzle bow I leaned over and the grnyness of the coming dawn lay in the water thirty feet beneath me A fragment tot stone de tnched by my movement ruinbled over blohIII was afraid something had hap pened to ydu said he Are you all rIghtft t I explained the position Wait there and Ill join you from the other side You did fool Nedi I accepted the criticism meekly anti retained my place upon the Ivy covered ruins until It heard the sound of feet upon my rlgiit and presently perceived Sheppard crawling over the stones to ward me fife sat down near me pant Ing You can get down frbm the other side pretty easily he declared Its well to remember that I dont quite see why you have done so I answered rather ungratefully You would be better asleep Oh nonsense he exclaimed then aftera pause The dawn will be up di rectly Ned Presently his head nodded upon his shoulder I let him sleep lie must have been worn with his long vigil and the longer toil I knew that he would takermate way The stars flared and went lout yet the dawn seemeilIong In com ing I pull d out my watch and sink ing a match consulted it It was half past Rf Sheppards head lurched for ward and his breath grOw stertorous A thin fine line of light cut across the eastern horizon and then suddenly a sUck cracked below me I started alert Intent the drums roaring in my ears Alspft sibilation as of voices exchanged below the breath caught my eager senses Surely J could discern the noise of footsteps falling quietly upon the grass I strained my sight to pierce that grayblack cloud of gloom but there was nothing visible and leaning softly forward I touched Shep pard upon the shoulder He w is awake in an instant and ere I knew it whispering at me under his breath What ialtJ Are they comet Listen 1 murmured Sheppard turned to me motioning with his hand Reaching elqse he put his lips to my mars 9Theyr down by the moat explor lug he sakIseVeral I think Shall- I flfer I grasped his hand in return Jo no I murmured back You stay here and keep quiet with your shot gun Im gong down to find out With which r slipped noiselessly on hands aqd knees until I reached the back parts of the wall From here it f r IHfEI Dma face glared at tst grossing upon f ti baJ I moreIlnttthegroping projecting stones which offer tkiuie a foothold so that presently I dropped to the flags of the yard with out sound and stole into the house My first duty was to awaken Montgomery and the man Williams Both of thent I dispatched by mfeans of ftl ladder to join Sheppavd oil tile heights and that done I took a lantern and descended into the cerrJdor of dun geese My light was bift feeble and my progress was necessarily slrw klong that path of iuky blackness At each of the turnings I paused and pro eeedinjc to the bottom peered out through the grating on the waters of time loses I land in this manner and exercising tills precaution made the cir Cult of half the castle and was now upon the southern faN aixlasI con cluded in the proximity of Sheppard and the other Here it was that I met my first alarm As I gazed out of the grating on my tour of inspsetton and almost now eon viiteed that our E had been unnecessary and had helm deceived by the thertof the dawn suddenly gtew before jay eyes la ud out of tli grayness a vast head It it wlth horrible rolling eyes and with a profusion of shaggy hair The apparJtiou loomed before the bars the window awl wlthaqul kmovement seemed to push forward as though to enter Involunj tarily I started back into the The face glared at meprossldarknessIthe bars the lip twisted and yellow fangs and dripping from its black hiir Its eyes torjhapparitloniwith nlIgrating and looked out The lantern jOipne upon the dark waters and that was all But this was more than enough for me and I was aware that it was likely to be qui e enough for our assailants Hurriedly I quitted the corridor and regained the yppep air Bj means 2f I t tlelaP1wi5cparty end ef c Ei omntrrp7iinformation drLPrmtxI I iflS how abitfer x THBag santtthetreeeDtrs stD d ottit like sb t1or 1 a great i list Tliey will bjgto honor jttlltf heppard who they find iIoEI w entrance belowt I dont it iVatel to start w th shid I I dont envy lem if they gift Jbwe remarked Montg mary Wllllnms std nothtng HIAnk from one to anotlier curiously and theo craned his neck over the castle IwaK and scrutinized he foreground JNor I nn l then he grossed his shotgun afinosi mneclmammlcahly as It to feel certain that It was there I greed wIth bepparO that If any atta was to be d Ivered- it would pe upo the breach mne b time ln the def npes There Sf as no way into the ci stle by the gratings above the mont and it would take at tillery at least tc shake the huge port cullls Yet it s jemed incredible ithat any sane mali el ould attempt to sjwim the fosse and scale the battlem fats gtlcebe aware that ve were on the watch and ready for t emIf 801l considJ ered it more tian likely that they would retire and make the best oCth tIaicL impLottof T ContinuJinext week ti oiI 6aa THE FIRST I National BanktL I OF SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Ii CAPITAL JVbl50000 i aid Undivided I Prpfitiooo 0 t OFFICERS I B L Liteey Resident S JohnW Lewis VJcePrtiaUJfuit I Pis t A C McElfoy Cashier LBE7alii At stCaahler R E Foster Bookkeeper Dm CTOflSSa B L Litsey 1 J W Lewlg I Sidney Green FM Camp11G1 B5H Ee1en u ir JnaJO Polin 1 t o WegT1I1tev favor cnsiaterlii S with safe ban ing If you have j not already an account with this 0 we your patronage o 1 If 1 1PQ pr OOOo9ooooooooooocoooO C M Tninsy Tp Rile Jr I TUMEX RILEY flLIVERY PEED ND SALE STABLE t S rinmeld ICr Nice Outfits For Traveling Men PHHBISJ OOOOOOOOOOQOOOOQoQcooorioiipQooQQQooooco YQUNEEDIT SALVE CURES = H Youneedit Sajve inanufactured JJir J W Thomas Hpqgenville Ky t is one of the very few salves which absolutely WjnderfuinWhas on file in his office 1426 tee imonials cot from people who hae been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having sen otit the market about one and the 1hesii For S1e By Alt DruggiSts r I DR J W THOMAS l Hod enviIIe Ky oooooooo oodo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director Ahd aV r Licensed Emba1lPfr i SPRINGFIBLD Kr1ICKY t BeSt A1LJ p Every eMrtae5 Wowni Zndsom Linoskts nd g5jj Tel pnoneDay Id Nighb 74 cj ti nI li ftC i t THE SPRINGFIELD 5lk WEDNESDAY JANUARY 241906 1 0 Announcements IllinoistentraIR R tThe Illinois Central man tains Double Daily Service land operates the best trains with Cars Chair Cars ChicagoStLoiusto New orlea s The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South including New OrleansVicksburg Gulf port Mis Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 11 OcatjresorthaviI1gotel Regular Ocean steamship sailings from Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive mtater in regard to HAVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS ia1thelinertwinscrewS S PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and thriving at Havana at sunrise Friday Extremely lOw one way and rotmd LouIsianathirdTuesdayHot Springs Ark Florida Daily 3lee ing Car without change Louisville t Memphis s FULL PARTICULARS concerning all the above can be had by F W HARLOW D P A I Louisville Ky SYCAMORE VALLEY t Old Uncle Call Settles quite illat4 tilts writing jilrs Annie Godby has been quite ill the past week with lagrip o Cookyin barren perI 7 J D Sutherland sold to W B Suth eland a buggy price 25 Born to the wife of Lee Settles on girlGSutherland sold to Jim Settles a nicefat hoiat 5per pound Rev W E Sutherland and wife at c eMessrsing 0 P Settles F M Shewmaker Sam Montgomery and L S Dean have prized their tobacco and will ship it this week v l Jiessrs JF and B P Prather were rt called to the bedside 6f their father Misses Flossy and Pearl Armstrong attended the partyat Ed Perkins last week Evan Armstrong has returned home after a visit at Harrodsburg Marshall Keelingsold to Cooksy Bros a cow haveboughtS1J75 per bagel t Leachman Mr D Sutherland spent Several from the Valley attended county court Me nday Success to the readers correspond i5hlofu HIIILSBORO 1 Misses Mayjrie B Merritt and qtaI Sims of WUlisKurg were in this vidn Thursday on business 1Mr B H IMclrfoyiand wife were in shoppingMrs sipk q list Larkin White who has been in the West for several months has returned to his home at Tatham Springs Mrs J A Mackvifeione day last week Messrs Davie Hines and Harvy Leachmar of titseYwere in this vi Jnity Sunday Misses Maud and Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker were the guest o JMijsses Effie and Zola Montgomery Sunday Miss Nora Shields was the guest of Miss Judith Montgomery Sunday Mr Erastus Shields spent Satllyda night with Messrs1 George andCraJjth Dean Mrs Mat Innjan Vii eall6d the bedside of her ather Mr Col Set 41 last week wliA is very sick at thi i writing There was but very few from this place attended court Monday J Tand P B Prather have re- ittiiied from Willisburg wherthey- were called to tho bedside of thei father Isah Prather wh6 IB ryU h better at preber t Mr Erases Perkins of Williaburg Was in this vicinity last Thursday Mr George Dean spent several day afc Tatham Springs last week sMr Ernest Shewmaker was in the Brookaville neighborhood last Satujr 1 day night Mr George Dean bougha hours tf t weeifeeMr J M Montgomery and wife vis ited the laliterfs mother MrsJ M Washburn several days last week Mrs Nan jScdtt spenTfMonday jitfc the home J M Montgomery Mrs JA Coulter was in Mackyille e Sunday 1 o fc 4 a W- OMSIoh 1lMI S GRACE ri frOnly V6mn Violin BIulc r Qfuiitry it Not In Wo rI Miss 3race Bftrafow of San Jos Cal tfca granddaughter of Judge A L ltp des a pionesrjurCet of Santa ltlre qunty s wining fame as the eke Define violins The house in which thte bright young geolti lives and makes her violins was brought around the Horn in 185O by Commodore Stockton and laterwas ownoa bJ r nI3enI deleben It lirtii always been dezvoua for musicians To play the TtolhAs the accomplish meat of hundreds of young women but few have con tlaMttd tie beloved in strumont from which such wonderful melody can be obtained i1lie Bar l ilSB OBAOB BAB9JTOW stow has e unique distinction of beJ ing the only woman ylolin maker in America if not in the world and moreover site is a noted performer ott the instilment of her own making She has no t only accomplished wonders In her wor shop but has found time to perfect a icpertory In which Pagaului Sarasate Meuflslsiohn Bruck and Beetlioren are conjiplcuous Tossossli ga flit ug environment and intelllgeut sympathy when her desire to make a vloUc became known Miss Bantows family gave her every en courageine at arid sent to Germany or the necessary woods ltogethcrst vloilnis ha re been completed by lie ach one s noted Improvement on err rt until the last inatruniftnt Is said experts o possess a delight fully riche and flBllliant tone Miss BarstOw has shovii considerable lu ventive ge ilus In ponstructlug her witthed will use m re tfckt wood in her next violin Fr am pvoKont indications Mia8 1odditlmou jj n Jdcnll Boudoir An ideal boudofr treated to one of the fabric effects In wall npe One of the mo 3t fascinating selection to be Bail is n n polo shade of hilts and represents a dimity pattern A border of blue background sprayed wlthclus ters of del cats pink roses accompanies it Each wall Js paneled separately The bordb Isiostaitoo along the bilea rlglilelowit r and the o her walls tire managed ame Hive the ceilingclear white the woodtrk white and the furniture should co uslst of simple anti small pieces of aahogariy A designer who ntiti f rhls original and sensiU as well as artistic ideas declares tit metal and brass beds are too show y guudyant cold for the boudoir an places his ell of approval on a sma four postavbed of mahogany TI dresser ai d dressing table of simple lines are tl e most a he says Where tl e room fe adaptable awl dow seat g Inviting and offers man possibilities A yrocker and two other chairs coi iplete andso satisfy the plan For win ow hangings choose rufllod net for st eat curtains ruffled grena dines tied back Over this nndnnover hanging in1 plain blue linen or cretnun- Having cl osen this tiy to find cre ofn he overhangii g forming i little border down the canton and across the bot torn njin stralghtto ho windoweli- If the wi idpw wide add n fresh extentyex cur talus ye a little borde Garr across tlie border of that idle furn- lure mar I old the same desigti Brass or met fixtures correepphd with white roun glass globes whiqh prefe r ably aril pl InWashingtoa Star1 hc Long Mirror lbadiut the faintest Idea my dress hung like tiiatr said a woman In dayror horse t the long nler glass ofa drug Slo sj InfherskirtHavent you a long mirron at home asl ed her friend Npi the re so expensive My des they are the choapest krtl tiywastcrcThey seem but the alnt thtDgflbutkind that hows ybur Full length is a necessity My hue and mIls It vanity put In tile friend s assort of defense tito see oursplv as otlwrs see us takes us down a j or two just whon we a reoutmostpufle I up ifc shows the rip In J r ham the petticoat protrudUig be yoi the skirt the bulging of a collar or the necktld badly fixed In the back the Buttons in the shirtwaist thtt are the hhlr that fs ru pfrand tray the curve to the shoulders that wont come off the Ainbect mini way of holdingn a word hoklB up tosbnes vision the dote is o ones ftiipenrnncQ ma a whole A smaller mirror it of count j tgtas tweyon lure a crank icthttt aem jle 1rHGej a plain solid one Put it in well lighted part of the room an froull be aatpu bed how attached youU ttio It XUe otUer frIKor not framvaar i but a c ltv PMIiidolOhla Inqubjer v Gut nnd Ulunt roc atUDcheon table amottdiilnty and elfocdve idea may be carrlet out in gilt The charm of It aU1iIc ot s1sthing gold and glittering crystal The ware to be used Austrian glass gilt decorated rno color in the dealghs Lc tha candelabra be cut glaae with gUt trinimiagB or all glass or all gilt Let the tiny shades be of gilt metal roli work with yellow linings Yc loW lead fll gee cast the candle Ugb t In twinkling yellow beams The can HQS too should be as near gold cola asj polillble Set the table with a Inch doth dollies embrolderad to eime yellow illk d or conrpn tioiial and decorate with graceful fee toons of yellow flowers in eeUon TJUan come yellow ribbons and ye low this Anti that with crystal rrw ere The idea is charming 1 JUcnelitH of Stranding Ui Wont are supposed to grow n ore urniman a mils not have attracted much no tice low lately theynave taken to I talking male fashion in front of fireplace after luncheon or ahmer ln stOlid of sinking gracefully into the nearest comfortable chalrs This IS mailJilshnBbut each meal to avoid the pains of indi gestion Food is better assimilated so it seems than if we adopt a semi recumbent osltlonLondbn Oal0oktir Double Chin Cure Treexchin foerW front rolf tbebead slowly ail a i Mixed condition describing a circle hts1topositionlfhrvr holding the shoulder in a normal p lion IteturnJug to position repeat the left sloe Drop the head as tpr back as possible and return sfowly pOsition Escnlopcd Claecae Bscslopod dieese iffia greftt favo lite jin one family Cut slices of brmd froth sr stale loaf tulni the crusts nna butterbaking r a ogling tlieiii with laycra cf grated cheesa rolled with stilt anti paprltctt pour a cupful of milk over all dotvith bits of butter and take for tw iiity u itn utes 0r half tin hour in a rode ute oven A richer dish ia se snred by t1eboating olio or two eggs and tldtii to the inllk before pouring It over the slices PcrfmiiinKT n Room DClea room a Imouthed bowl or other dish with edpcrl a sousediecost of a fraction of a cent Any oth oil may be treated in the sans n cosu souse which eliould bo used Clear COlU lexJwii The woman whosltJlC after R cleat complexion will not eat pastry fried tiescrtptloe or eat plenty of underdone beef rand takja csmall doseof iron afterVeach maal col9redtbOS9clally avoided Colbr Schemes In Drctm Color schemes are always poet l and in good taste They are for satfahlei Ss and glove not only harmonize ut match in color with perhaps lifer nt shades be r appearance is neat i nd gJr eh fdos 140kIn11llwnkon tbYbelngrnbshould not be Used for about t reive hours silo ward Put n fesv grains of rice in the sdjt cellars to keep the salt from cakl ig As the cc lorfs shaken tb6 rice Trill lCclip the silt moving throug1ipanSppoII empty fdn a NO thull1 ny is quite complete with Roman chair or a Ipw broad sofo V HOUSEHOLD ECONOMIES llo r IIoaNckecpcrn Can Profit by the FoJlnwlnJ SdRtei ttoritt Every kitchen sink and every bath qUshafi v lu It In w lifetWay is wortliy the name unless ItIs properly drained by perf orations at tie lftythetISttant as It may appear a corfl eel i lar needs ventilation M miich Jas a sap dish needs a drain Coal kept muchadof Its gns and is consequently waste ful to uurn A point not to be forgotten is ttigt- f potato peeOugs well dried are as uses jf as orange pool treated the same way for lighting a lire and toaklng it burn up quickly Both save firewood Milk should never be left uncovered since the tiniest germ will taint it whllff n making pastry i marble slab preferable to a board for rolling out the pate Nowadays too china roll Ing pint may bo purchased which fort this purpose are bettor than the wqod en ones and there are glees ones hol lowed out for thoiutroduction of ices longerlsoles Is stood for a Yaw clays Jn linseed ton before using The oil should first be boiled and when the boots are takenout they should be allowed to dry for k few days This treatment also prevents the objectionable creaking bert there are boys it is wise to have the heels and knees of new stock j Ings carefully dhrued bOftire taking themrlnto use This presents a tougher BubstanceCor ills west and tear of those parts The flrffitthfngto d also with glove nydOttsecurely Buttons are rarely well sew loadsthestick firmly on the Inside a piece of black court plagter This is not so ribtjicea ble asa darn It Is alas to purchase towels rather Portooneserso raniA1Q LOIIfun to To cure dyspiprta means Of exarJ else try punching a bag says the Qhi convenientCep mangytowear1n0 your Ing the body ar und In both dir tlonsIfrom tilts waist ia a good you Leaning forward and then back ward as far as possible afsd to the rightsad lefts good practice Inter noessitipsonof tlie fingers touch floor Rle to toan iprignt position with the rms abo e the head Besides curing your dye epsia these athletics should ex pand your chest put roses In your cheeks and grace silo vigor In every motion Dont east that you are too weak und breathless totake cxer CIS TChlgJg a delusion The weakness e1 the qck and short respiration from Rut f exercise The less ex erciab tpne talcesthe less one is fitted for aaid1jjetmpre cue needs it Nerves WlIl WlljgrrIon to AInkc Cncnmltcr Lotion The following encumber lotion which can bomndeat liome will keep for Iniost any length of tine if put in Detroitde thew1bet11e cucumberscronepounces Breamesone nlmonds one and threeqiiarter drams Put the almonds In n sieve and dip In boiling water This rnuktw if cosy to blanch them Bent up the almonds In a clean marble mortar Gradually work in the1 juice of the encumbers strain through a clean niuslai strainer then return to the mortnr and whllp stirring work in the alcohol In which the oil of henna and the shaving cream hilve been dis solved Elizabethttr bforMcDonald a saddle horse sold at rgetown for 2500 Its Astonishing h FLOUR You wont believe what a great dif ference really good flour makes until BrandNothing less than the best for the best is no more expensive than the other kinds and it does more and better work Ndws r the best time to try it- Ch pIP B SUTHERLAND Proprietor Oa MILES tiPaI Pull 4 J a10i f t Dr Miles AntiPalntPtll tpt Cure Head che badeeffectspain Neuralgia EEeumatic Pam Sci atica Backache Stomach ache Ar iBearinKdownNervousness and Sleeplessness w h Air Palm i is Nerve PainPain iii lure to follow any strain 01 weakening influence upon the nerves It may be caused by overexertion heat intense mental effor colds in digestion or any cause that depresses excites or agitates the nerves So sensitive are tbey that the least presS re or strain causes suffering By tooth big streti thening and quieting the netvea Dr IiTheyl first box benefi moaey refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO Elk iartInd Springfield Market B uBaeasl5iSidesL234c Booflwaxr lc per pound Batter Ific to 30e per pound ChIckeuB 10c Spring 9t Dried apples per pound D ktt8c per pdgnd Corn Mealr 75oto BOa pbr buslial Eggel5c Jar dozen Feathen 45c per pound Fk ur3B90fcoS8 GineeBg per pound gainwbaet l tnm OcQ bt GreeD g to 10i4o fLardrl0c pur pound Limetbc to SToo per barrel Mill prodricteBran 80 8 ilps re pet PotatoeCoaDW 100 pounds 8De Onlone SlMl Snlb SL46 and S186 per barrel TurkBjr por pound Tallow le per pound gallonSooolBurry Otbar of it6R8ei tub wasbed2ao Country Sorghum 15orto Geees a pefco Washington Circuit Court W K Marks Surviving Partner Etc Pltfs vs M Marks Etc Deft By virtue of an order of the Wash ington Circuit Court made in the above styled cause all persons having claims against Marks Brps and G R Marks deceased will be required to file thet claims properly proven before me no later than March 1 1906 I will hol my at office in Springfield for the purpose of receiving claims from Feb to 11906 Mr G LEACHMAN M C W C C An epidemic of typhpid fever at High Bridge Jessamine county Mules are in great demand greater it is said than the supply Shelby county farmers are discussin better maintenance of county roads Meats Belwwe print a sort of a mea directory Anything you want any time you want it lloast r teak Pork Roast t Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton R ast Mutton Chips i VMt Roast vial Chops Vial Cull IUS Picklid Pic Flit Pickled Bologna Ham Breakfast swoon Minot Miat Thursday0rtens CARPENTERS MeatTMarket r r aIr 3 8 Crew Be nifuge II WORMREMEDY THE CHILDBEDS FAY RITE TONIC aCWAItcoF IUITATIONB THE PIIEPRN e BallardSnow Liniment Go QT LOUIe MO For sale bY C J Hard Springfield SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under thisDicad all perst as who aro saa saribers to The Sun may i t free of charge otherlarminsertedfnvery low rates saluRhodehens and roosters rmgfieldKyhasmile from town E T Perkins Cardwe has for sale tor 1i ltdchina boors and 6 nice gi ti Onebrood mare in foal to BB Leachmans flog Jack ST E Clements Sprin field has fox lthree Barred Plymouth RocfcCocte R A Mclntire ROI te 2 has for sale a Poland China boar Wilweign32P pounds SgMrs B L latseyf 1 FD 3 has for sale S C Brown Leghorns slid Buff Orpington Cockers F F Mudd Frederick own Ry hoe for sale one cow and calf Mrs CL Grundy S nnield Ky has for sale thoroughe bred Browir Leghorn cocks at 50 cent each if taken at once v READ THISf Symsonia Ky March 30 190S DelirSfor the sale of your medicine in this Wonderhas andtherenearer than fifteen miles 3Jt this place so I would be pleased to ear from you ssi11eynosonia wolOne small bottle of the Tefc der Halls Great Discov ry cUres at kidney and bladder trou lea remove gravel cures diabetes eminal emis sions weak and lame back I rheumatism kidneysand childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of SI Orte small bottle is two months treatment cureDnfoitestimonial