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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ji r 7 iiflJtbri DE OTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r r j VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JANUARY 311906 1 HUMIEB8 I NEWSYf = LETTERL from Ourl Long Run c rrSPIMi ent Items of In t jterest i i The prayer meeting at Beech Grove is progressing nicely The young pool pIe are generally taking the lead the r 1ductedlbYMrEugn Mr Hrenr Young has moved his JMW mill to this place and expects to gotp work this week The people are very busy preparing their logs We think many of our farmers are making a misI take ih cutting away their timber that more tobacco may be raised Owners are dealing destruction io our grand old forests i At the present rate our 11Ilidl heat of sum 1J The Joiiaonton postoffice has been moved fromMrs Perkins residence to Mr M Keys Mrs Key having been ii Pointed sis postmistress W e recently heard from our old friend Uncle Harvy Lawson who wenttoi Roekwall County Texas kstfell H8 tltimeliving with his son Anderson wife is at Rockwatl under HiI for cancer of the face He thinks having a severe winter Last fall IDj Crosby of Texas said that typhoid ever germeseemedto be iurkipg on tfhe Jenson n Perry yiUe pike and he was right for since that tifae ten erases have been reported Our p 0plt are getting more andj more interaetecl ui their noun f paper and they wcafc it toya the aeys of ttieciy own lib Fy county ape ought to have in belch community ih the county a faithful oarrespondeijit who will give it To look at he wheat fields and the glass it if Spring was here we t1ttn seetJae pleasant weather to heSun is the warmest winter since 889 beach trees bloomed in February and iP lot of meat spoiled j Farmers area pleased with the price they Are getting for their tobacco winch ranges from 760 to 9 cents Qur county is favored by having so liberal a buyer as Mr Moss A large crop of the weed is being laid put for this year About one and a half miles from Per ryyille north of the Springfield turnpike on the farm of Mr Woodson Arnold known as the Sam Bottom farm was until recently a beautiful wood land pasture of about fifty acres ThisI land was a portion of the eastern part of the battle field which was occupied by the confederates during thatI memorable struggle The trees were recently cut and sawed into lumber which made about 70000 feet Mr Henry Young the sawer seriously damaged his saw ona grape shot 1 Musket balls were found deeply em bedded in some of the togs It is sad to know that the time came when these stalwart oaks that had stood like so many silent faithful sentinels for fortythree years keeping watch over that crimsom field and jwhich still bore in their aged trunks scars of that aw fulstrife between the blue and the gray had to be cut away to supply commercial demand If Uncle Sana ever expects to buy and convert th Perryville battle ground into a par he ought to do so before every reminder of that bloody conflict is passed away forever 1 io EverY winter those of us who live back on d see the importance irtliroads of the time has come every public road in the county should be w epiked It would greately increase the value of property as well as berti t the people It is not doing the public right to keep jt in the mud knee deep for about four months in the year That was tle trouble with our friend Wharton the other nigHt Had he been on a good solid road he would have come put with flying colors instead ojf splashing aroUndin the cold turbid water of Long Run Our county JJsiehind some o her sister counties ir the matter of roads but it is some hat consoling to know that we are out odebtaud that Con turned onfiighth page T144T l tojie a tective =The ll ultNew of Wednesday yt Mich seat been p u b li s h e th r o ug out Ibis lection about the strange a tions IMiu Eugenic Cathy who visit d iPaifcsVille Persimmon and Alum Sir tigs iai spent several days with farn ers a sa the Stanford pike She rode i pony followed by five or six hounds ai d at diltanrat times perfdrm jed acrobctir a4 qusstmn feats of t great mer v At Pariavite to acted in such a strange a id Wail imanner that a num her of co end pi opl thought she wits andUnuKbateyI se ce of each tarsi ShA mdvecTba to Mitchellsburg thence to kfic i a and Gravel Switch land flnallj paspai through MarionfnSj Taylor coi ritys fa tb Green There she frightened the nple byher strange antic aw dlffei 406 attempts Were made to t eaterrbut when the of Heels arri red ells always managed to convince lim that she wuof sound mind Finally he created wild excitement among th yeontanry by her dress and coming forth inmanaI apparel A t thai moment he had found the escape i pijaoner for whom he had been lookin f tiHis nam j Could not be learned He lunfrngsn escaped murdered through tb country and found him in Green cpu tIm tt secluded neighbor hood wiser j he thocght he would never ibecapturer sv The dot clays vitas hi the servicee of Pinkertdn and the murderer had ee ofltlie had been living jthrougji i this country fo two or three years and had finally set led In a secluded part of Green con detectiveljbadge th escaped prisoner fain ed and fell t the grond When here gainedco isciousnesa he related the whole stor y ofbil escape He had married in nd was J Ving happily and tood in high esteem among his heighb rs The detective proved to be one of the shrewdestlooking individuals re ently seen in Green county and after captured his man dressed dead swel Hife ponies and dots were shipped t hisy Texas home while the prisoner as handcuffed and take back by ail tohil doom It is that the clogs were carried along for the puroo IB of trailing the prisoner in case he should try to escape into the knob iaft er arrested The detectiv- had been informed that a man of the descriptior of the prisoner wanted ha been seen in the Boyle county near the knob line and for that reason the visit was mad to this section Just how the office happened to drop into the location f the murderer is unknown but he h id been working on the case forman months The strange detec tive acco nted for equestrian feats by nnounci g that he was fomedy engaged w th d circus The colored peo ple aroun Parksville are in highspirits since the facts caine out Just in Time Lebanon Enterprise Wheii W L forkd ear Bra fordsville enroute home from his city last Monday evening they ound thit the heavy rain had swollen he strea n so thatit was beyond ford ng A urried consultation and they foncluded it was safer to iidethe hors- cross th n to risH it ia the buggy Their plan seemed a Wise one until bout mi Jstreamt when the horse go ired and decidedto lie down The two nqn wer in a serious predicament ind dou bless would have drowned had lot Ern t Hartfield appeared upon tli cease y ridingin the stream an flowing he unfortunate men to heo im to is borsently brush Hhe nanaged to land them safely to shore The hors that caused the trouble also managed to pull for shore when ref lleved of Us bur n t Keep off theG by Jingo T reads a dgn about the Cpurthou e and if you don tlceep off you get a rested by Jinn fcfrp Marshal- S I iP r iii iiiTr Business jIiif i IhI1 ib if you art Limited m 6ElIEYEi m rh who us1 ill m 5e m F 11 rJrR S UNS r ADVERTISING tOLUMN- SWASkING7ON 1 i ill ro ill 3 i 3 s4 3 i 3 5 S3i i 5 33 33 3 1f CITY EWS NOTESk l i Matters of General Interest Briefly Discussed Bye Correspondent L The Oregon Land Frauds J r BMci l Cornrpondenod Publte Printer StilUugs jp to dispense with horses aftd Wagons an adjunct io4he government printing of nabUgresttp tLP1 roprlatefar tike porcjMUi of fleT Tbe Immense business o the prin ing office requires about fifty wagons nd more thau a hun led ho ThOR re used in the hauling of paper arid p plates the delivery of printed matte to the tarlous governor t buildings uul the Mike It costs heavily to mtlrn In all these wagons snit horses and the teanister necessary tp look after th m air Stilling thinks lw coykl save the government about 2 a year by turning to automoblles It would of course require a heavy sum to buy the automobiles but maintenance av uld not bra lioavy item ITlJ prilrtlug office r bas aa c tec trio plait where the Automobiles o uld be charged so tJJa be totlPQWCfoL requireddPrnudH I ravels J Honey special tonne for the government In the laud fraud c sea in Oregon called on the president a few Elieecases Representative Blnger Hern ann thedHrlal in Washington during the last week in March There are two in let merits against Mr Hermann on in this Jurisdiction anti one in Oregon the District case villbe prosecuted fir t to be followed bj the Oregon cffsdl0 Mr Heney will conduct both cases In PhNtertnewlattractionA for visitors a the navy department Is a representalic u of the grounds Haul buildings at the avail academy at Annapolis as they will look when the scheme of improvement now being carried out is cbmpleted Two huge plaster models have jeen prepared and placed on exhibitio i in the main reception room of the s cre tary of the navy They show clearly the topography of the ground find aod els of the buildings are all prose The work in is a miniature o the academy territory on the stale of one inch to thlrtyvtwo feet Doorof Libby Prison rTho front door of Lib sy prison that esea on 111sItcago when the structure was t ken down jn Richmond and transferred to the western city twenty years ago The door Is six feet high and brae and a half feet wide It is pin e of irkdiskinch thick and eight Inches wide On the back the marks of the old fash Wed Letter List foreending January 31 1906 ke G TY Breeding John Elery iss t i pointed utagefe On wliicli t date ttnj thlIlnptlnrhft tflJUiidug erigiuailj painted a dark Thisleeksltlrrttlasta t Rltt1 Carving The lettering ruddy ear ed on these boards excites deep inters t ar1tlstJcthe prl foes seem to have eon content with plain lettering A fw days an old member of the Thirtieth agoI York volunteers iriio whei a bad carved his name on th 2 door hear etolseo1keywhen lie was confined therz ririd on his awaytAceur ite llookble pinpr A committee of expfer a from the jallr par tment agriculture The eommittt e found that rk210jfor nl1lIndassistant During the ten ears he was disbursing clork he poke out more than 4100000a No officer of the govern ment ever made such a record for Accu racy Had the discrepancy been ten times as great and had that money been due the government Instead oil Evans there would hav beenono rp mark about It Thei Favorite Fl goer The governors of the hmse of repre sentatlves have color of their floral to beChnllged1tbe the tiaming thnttundf- avor in the Dalzell Payne and Grosvenor biit now it is a pale pink shade of th t delightful flower that is in favor Fake Antqu One of the most remark ble pieces of fake carving the Natlonal museum has ever seen was submitted to Professor yearsiigoday it came from some one down In Texas and was a bertuUfuI piece of work in smooth stone abut three feet long It was a grotesque animal made up with part of the head of a rhinoceros the foot of an elephar t the beak of a parrot the tall of a zard and the bind feet of an alligator But it was clearly a fake for the work was too fine and the desIgn was such as hone df the Indian tribes ever conceived It was sent back and afterwiird lost sight of and possibly now Is tile show piece some private collection CARL rSCHOFIBID Nellie Frey Miss Mary agan G G Hockinson Miss Dollie James Miss Rose L Mason Eli Moberly Miss Ora Marehead Mrs Belle M reman Mrs Rose Montgomery Mrs B red Riordian WebbJMrsW A WATERS ostmaitar l FOURTH DISTRICT Politics As Discussed By the f Frankfort Correspondent of Courier ournal- rji interesting situation prevails in the Fourth district JT Scott Magee is an avowed candidate I What Con greH man Smith will jdo he has not yet made public Some those who want to run seem to think that Mr SmIthI bad decided two yers ago not aP1tparent formation as to Mr Sniiihii intentions It is posible that something postiyef may be known in a few weeks It is understood however that MrMayoai will he a candidate whether Mr Smith i is or not t Will D Claybroolc tt Washington countjys represent ti e in the Lagiala tore beat manti ned but he will nat ke the race e wIU probably Viar Mr Mayes if e runs It is al together likely that he will be a can1 dilate for the Senate next tuna it be i Washingtons noxf tiarft to Dan16f candidate James Wortham of Gray ron county 1i8 also said to be a p respective candi date Mr Wottham Was in the State t Senate some years ago and is counted a capable lawer Lies said tp haye been considering entering the race ate different tines in t past but as the f day approaches for ca d date to enter the field talk of is name grows stronger The countj papers in his gilaI LeachmanSweeriey IIHisVlBlm txstelun snd r tech Sweeney were marrie d at the home of brides mother Mrs elson Leachman jof the Pleasant trove vicinity last Thetceremony was jierforiied by the Rev Qverstreetj of thePr byterfan church immedeatly after wh ch the bride and groom repaired to the home of the grooms father at Ma ikville wherfe an elegant supper awaiied them Both the bride and groom ai e prominent and have many friends v ho extend best wishas j v Mrs Berry Dead Mrs William Berry formerly of this place died at herr home near Gravel witc h last night he deceased was seventy odd years of ageL and lived in shejant House Mr Tony Berry is a son of the deceased Mrs Berry was a member of the Baptist c Lurch The body will be brought to this place tomorrow afternoon for interme it JENKINS ILLS bur Will Harmon vas in Louisville last week on busines J H Robinson bought a cow from George Lawson 35 Dock Harmon anci son sold 7000 pounds of tobacco to Mr Moss at Springfield at The per pound i Mr Edgar Salmon is very low with- pneumonia Mr Wo dson Hatchett is also suffering with pneumonia Miss Maggie Rose i the guest of her brother at Parksville this week Mr Will Webb hRfmov d i too r midst Messrs Herbert armors arid Lee Dunsmore of Brunfie d wereVhefguest of Mr Will Harmoi Saturday night and Sunday rrAn Old Lacy Dead Mrs Polly Lawson died at her home at this place last Thursday January 25 in her seven ynint year her death- being due to the infurmaties of age Mrs Lawson leaves jdne son and two daughters who have the sympathy of all in their bereavment The deceased was a kind and chairtable woman and an affectionate mothe She wasa del vout Christian and her children are consoled by the thou ht that mother is with the God she love I Fourteenyearpjd Fou tr Frazier is in jail at May field caged with stealing chickens obtaiping In fey under false pretenses and horse stealing GRANd z MOTHER 9f Henry Wattersoi Born In the i Old Fort Over In Vr Mercers s ali14 bt1rg Dempcrt t Every KthI l fcuckian is proud of t IB eminent and brilliant Henry Watte on editorrthis CourierJournal Ii the journal iIy stic world he stands alone and as a I fewIglad to know and ch rish a fact otto generally known th satandloyalIletter accepting m invitation to ideliver the address of welcome at the great homecoming f Kentuckians at Louisville next June Mr Watterson says It may not be know to roan y that although I first saw t light outside tie State my forbears ere all VTrgin iisn and Kentuckians my paternal grandfather the earliet pieacher of Madison and ail mly kindred Revolutionary sbldijsrs a d pioneers I heard from oj a grayhaired irand8ire the sublime ep cjof the path findera as a child I car d the game bag of one who had actu illy fought the Indians and hunted wild and all tny life I have i i my blood the spirit of forestrangers and the music of the greenwood tree So it happens C that I shall be able tea eaknotwith out some warrant nor ii words whoUy borrwiQfoni books J r l Marion Conutyi Paicon Mr F Mara Casket andJMrs Elisabeth Brickan were married at thehoma of the bxidf at S oclock Wednesday evening H Jo a ars died at hit labors near tfflBAe1ilj tr3ay mom ing He waS a eon of W M John son the painter and wai a young man- n good eharaeter k MJ T Alexander who has been agent for the Metropolitan Life Insur slice Company here during the past year and Miss Maynie iBricken wore married iEarly Monday morning Mr Bert Her 21 years anc Miss Mattie Weknownit eloped to Tennessee and it is supposed ere this they have beenade man and twife t Mr U S Tolliver a qung farmer ojf the Gravel Switch nei boyhood and Miss Ova Ramsey ailleto y 17yearold rlof the same were married at t the Brintbn House in this city Wednea t day The firm of Smith BMr of Chic ago have filed papers of s issignnient in the Count Clerks office era naming Messrs T 0 Norris and F N Blair as assignees The assignment was made by Mr Leo Smith he surviving member of the firmand rNick Blair administrator of the late Aaron BlairI the other member of tie firm The assets are thought to be about 5000 while the liabilities area bout 8000 Theseyoung men purchased the busi ness of Mr C N Ballard at Chicago about a year ago and Mr Blair died last fall r Thompson rry V l This afternoon = at 3 pclock at thti home of R D Thompson in Louisville Miss Susie Thompson and Mr Osckt 9 Curry were married by Rev Father Walsh They will leave for Spnng field immediately after the cere money and will make their home ar this Miss Thompson is a very- atttactive young lady who formerly Jived in this county She is member of the wellknown Thompson family and is a daughter of Mr and Mrs R t D Thompson Mn Curry is one ofIthe be4t knownyoung men about town He is now working for Grund Me Intireif The postoffice at Anchorage was robbedof about 500 early Mondaf morning the safe being blown open with giant power The Burglars es caped by stealing a horse and buggj and coming to Louisville The only t clew is the print of a marts left hand rtmgH ri r rUt SPRINGFIELD SUN W DNESDAY JANUARY 31 t906 w tt i t Th It yBy I it 1I JI4i Copyrifht 1808 By Harper fi r r I i 4i44H14f41H 4 4J t v iwv 3v 25a u j jj taa A t t Jrt considered TO8ft y thd tihtai rttJd not like it mygelf but wo W it b win t to Divide our forcai Ifter a ill n1euljliy rdfloctioa T 41 uponMontgomery3tl after Sheppard toward the iuppdri ttloment I Once we Uad reticbtd the raniparti wGprOCaedOmore quickly but still topyug at lnterj Vaie to reconnoiter the ground below But there was nothing to be seen or beard and until We had paMed the keep and land gotupon lie western wall we encountered no sign ot the en my Itoro however Shoppatd stop iped short and pr W1I U on my aaoulder Downl1oS1lld Simultaneous l1 with hta wordg a traiz of cold alf passed tIlt nne and t small rack of ome flretnni auoued pon illby way tntroduFti aaki ftptbfKeepingjt we tumbled as fast M boaeiblol Along the roof arid pres ntU after founded the corns to the northern tcaH Here a sight bet our agriis even amazedentewe already spoke of tut sycamore whicb stood outside lay bc4roqm wiu iow and beyond the moat It was a tofty tree eproading very amply and mounted to within a dozen sot of the parapet This the tDgcDtCql vtbr of jome ilnd I had no jidsftaUda in nhndll1It114fterwardi ft tougU and tfervlecable ape had been Ql1lrpYed to ctonnoct the eafee of the wltili the tree end over this as we eameiat sight jibe black flgures of won wOre scram f i l ng t bal HttldN doubt on thinking ever it subsequeritfy that m presence Sa the basement revealed to thejnaan in the moat had ie signal fOr tlie Adventure EQ that I was uo Ilkol 1illilrDward aulcientiyIBoth of us sprang forward bn the mstanty but ere we could reach the pot tbe foremost of the men landing stood up and made at us with a cutr set Tken aback by the shock Shop pare who was in front gave way anti she weapon swinging heavily cut the i u with a formidable whistle and it ruck the loads near my foot I d at the fellows throat eroiver and borne black by tho iinj f ietis of In he stumbled r agcinst the secondman But by this Wme some half dozen of the storming jsavt had gained the rampart and w thout a pause bore down upon us o shots wore fired and the struggle jtlifit ensued was decided in a 8Uoucc most complete save for the aolse of ymr hurrying feet the sound of iblowaj I1 te hard breathing of the com Ittants I cannot but admit that if tic dawn had been a little further ad criced and It had been possible to dte l TfnaraJab Ijerweeu the various bodies n iog tnthe medley things would SSTC gone Very badly with us But as t was the darkness fought for us juce more as it had fought the pro v pn even in ir I brought the butt nf c oUII1n1lstood out for an iuiitant against th Hk add were then snapped up tut tbf ibnfuBlon of the melee Blows rained upon us and the warm gush s ood started from my arm With im11UJoI1uiHlllt I balhougnt me of M0I1 gomcr1 I and getting my ac the trlggai of my weapon i fired Zile ibot flew aimlessly but the nolset jengkjud uuoii the heights and passed h om the courtyard in dwhtdlin mautwoo was struggling with mp IsoJzed Sheppardt arm and dragging him Jtom the Jjatellng posture Into whlc1i fie bad been thrust I ran across th cads toward the round tower of the t Keep Shappard raced with mpnnt tug ae he went and aftprua prescvl a mjr rtroani of black creatures Just nalbie ajraihSt the heavens Scram 6Jing up the stalf we jammed sown the lid which gave access to the top of the tower arid turning looked down Upon the nether battlements Attar an ineffectual fally upon the stable the assailants Grow off and BudftUag in a group some twonty paces Awa trbispered together I board the Bounds of their voices stirring 4n argiir Dt and now and t en a syllable sane to ma faintly familiar TSTiore ihtd 1 hoard it Above the rest an J the kindling sky towerediJrwbJab I took to be ffor file space of three minutes motfe this interval of rest routine EtactQUtiD a louder voice cried som tbog from tbd terrace I recogniaet1 npw The language was Greek and tb ae strange and horrible creatures tht seamed somehow to my excited braBfi compact of all deformities ye Oreafee1 sallors also as I conjectured fKNco the smartness of the trick whlqi Srtft i d to our discomfiture At thte nftoni Mi a Yow whistle came from the fftrtrev f rae2 of the tower and aiwdifttfly two heads stole over tt IIeop1alf I sill MisjisjiWry nyiiat PItD ec r cjtoYe welcoiied Uiem flrtth warps tufttlOnbutltbe1 r p H Y sImouth vhn s uoJeoffcet and ciaiiglug nfl iroi proclaimed a reuofv att k upon U e towet upon the ofctmturJuI hotghta tislb ive explatntid lay th j llar stone i and lelUMllg over the para pet bUllIed it t own uprfn the crowd Almost iw quick as thought we follow od his example and had the eutisfa fflail of seeing tie parties withdraw to a safer distance It was now plain to meithat ercouil e had issued an orde thoJduo disturbance he had dpcided that it was wiser Indeed the sttnugc part of this remarkable encuutctr was that savhigj the firt shot and In 3 own sig Hari of distress the conflict hud been carried on in comparative sileiic ustoin o pos session of ourselves It was to t ecurq lour the attackwas tIll jcted Odi08ttUt well enough and Hood nev that to gain t COls to the prect ts of the tie ant very little provided wo jhire sTflll at llborty and able t resist a forcible roImoval of the tr asure Bouud and gagged or stuaoe or dead we should otter them uo fur hqr trouble anti the treasure of tlie Vy ians would be theirs to de ort at their onveulcllce Sit ppard Clicks the trigger of his revolver The first man filet essays tills ppsitlon shall fiDlt the time has cowsfoY re lwrtare ha observed DoI in sJ hurry answered d IiiIWaruma I think it would not be a bacfrplan to venture that and take tbetiiu tlie roar ploWnIwlschlofIsuiJ t ascent I xai- 1 Montgomery moo d fO rwatofI wJ bo said Ko uosold Slteppard listtsrdeod ont orfo 1Iranag awls was On tne loading to cutstle kl I called wirier inj breath Ned Ned DonV spoil hie qhancW whispered Slieppnnl and we watohed his big body vanish ng In silence nbe o youll trust him now Oh hang your BeuUinaatl1 1 an swelled uuoasjly ui think well Vitter go back1 ho said after a IUUBU J null We TOtuiuod to rodtk Ids uyes riveted oat rl upqu the dark flgurus of our kuCTgntets lShnll I flror said h6 In his high Weigh voice 10said Iv Hold yourself togeth er and dye If ii tell you Wo shall iron blood out hhnds soon enough There followed another space of si lence broken only by the Interjected voices below uunuurlhg In conference For my own pert I was taken up with Montgomery And his hazardous ven tore I blanitU myself for not stopping film at any cost and In my minds eye I followed him hi his perilous as dcent It was still too dark to watch Lsaas yet at irottded in vagueness and no usesorof fltlve minutes pn In this dreadful stago observedit a movement among men Evi dently they hftd concerted spine plan and we Were to resist a fresh attack oreu n otT Montgomery and worn directed to nin told black bbdy ran In the rear theulthe a UHT f ti fl SmLITieara hits toiilslu r the eUtmI7 Down Down hollow me I sal sharply anti scrambling by the Illat tway flew out upon the biittleuitiiit utFattack but I used the Leavy butt f ly and crtH and curses arose from pack of Greeks They scattered Jtt flight of sparrows and Montgon aIwe as they ran f tired some barrels of i jjtevplrer in the air The lam t creased their panic and turning Ii atelier they Sung themselves in c fusion oil tup that COUIl ec wi with tillsycamore I hoard 8 rcoal el etn IIa a riqf lithe autl avtfW that grappled wit me gurgling stfanfe oaths Ttrostroa backUtha not I kept my feet Together we swsjrw edIofWltl aU tne strength at ay OlD wand I hutsrAs I Ikl so he wriggled a band frs and ai latched it to him fumbling la I jhia coft I lent him backward aadl Oqtbt4WI e I p dawn gteambig uPon sleet peath c s 1 taiuiy atfrputsd me in that end but I jl hardly kuew it for quit MUi arm teas thrust over mine where fit grtppsU tItiinyIip t and dropped with a splashing plunge loaf the watery of tb9 moat it was soui waltin hla hand gazing vacant y flover the stoke coping and the rai i parts were clear of the enciuy You saved my life old man I galiped ybuso Demote and abstracted was IiiatrHe stepped forward and seer d with his knife the ropes which bound the sycamore You must chop that down ija so Suddenly a great glom lit iin eastern heavens and the rasess and c time worn rampart rose grpen and gray in the uloniing rho dawn brok over us No living soul was vlaibloi that early light and only itio r rocked faintly against the masonrj b this castle carrytagou fts surface that Inert body Shcpparjls hand opened inft gpagja t and the kulfo toll cuingtin are light He looked up at me and slnJlo oJlchapYou have tad no rest for forty eight hours said I Dont tie a ool deoJ before you think Yes 1 bellare Ill take your ad rice he replied mechanically laud turning slowly marohed with a dull add sober atoll towed the dronirtowor I watched him g fend then I turned to the others Any damage taskedpMontgoniery showed his teeth Pooh he said They dldnishow fight Williams shook bis bead I have bad knuckle hi said I poBlttyefy yelled with up Somehow the hilarity would ilot denied I owe you both thanks 4sold presently Montgomery youre ft brick and I wont fdrgetf rt Eto hung his head In a sbe plsli ftllllihi- obat I doubt DOt was very well pl Now get you gone ted There will bo nothloK ItHIIU t I and If there to I will let For ally own part sleep was d tlcRbl worn and jelled though I wjas Tile events of the night and of that harp struggle clamored lu my bri1n arresting every sense to attention tIleiiuetl over the parapet and wntcllwl Ole dawn coins up rile second time but today it rose In different clrcani stances Unshod and lurid uiDoaclng storm The sky wan red an with blood and black vcloud friuged the margin- of the horizon illy tbougiiVs hew about like a whirling wbeel leavlug upon me dim impressions The light grew apace and struck the castle walls with ire I was awara of something in the wool below but ally mind made no Inquiries It rested palpitant and turn- Ing upon itself In idle revolution The sounds of the dawn crept out across tho quietude and file trees wavqu and shook lii a gust of sir Disturbed by tills flux of the wind or overbalanced by its own weight a jagged stone toppled on tho para pot scud fell It Btmck the water with a crash and my eyes followed It TiieiiIt was that for titc voflrttt time 1 know what had been boLt iug at tledoor of my brain Suddwuly null at the blatant sight of It the confusion of lily wits prcclpl toted mid War nettled clear dud sharp The cloud piissed from me and I star d appsciatiouThe water was tossed Into nodal a tions started by the fallen stone fll1 4dthe body supported across a fallen ateIprapart of the battlement But the thought pursued mo in my flight Had She p pard struck too soon Was It Indeed therogroVosupposition I bled several times ant taiued We worp embarked upon abdIo sue oft us could see the end And b oP1iLt4e mustI II Dr W F Trusty fPractical DentistLSPRINGFIELD KI 1xUG A11jOfltoe T H y toa i Mi i1 i Dr 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t tothethough and torn by shapeless fears I stood irresolute but at that moment my attention was caught by a move merit in the bushes across the park A bead peeped out and scrutinized the scene with diligence Then Sercombes lace emerged red and bloated He pushed through the covert mid strode toJJowedpresently bakfallow with n gallows look I Batched thoin approach and halt un er thevails facing the dead body un the body rolled over the parapet aeraTh flue Y suppose myoutIiuTi peared against the sky for Sercombe looked up and fixed his eyes on me But he said nothing only addressed the Greek in an undertone t leaned forward anrf regarded thein Intently Thorough fellow stepped to the brink of moat and stooping forward pulled the floating bough toward him It bowed carrying its hideous passen ger Whenrieft I look d the Greek htrd o his shou dory and the two wereretreating intp the under wood At the end of the reach of turf Sercombe came to a stand and once more looked up at me But he still thattheominousQfinvolved I descended into the castle Outside Sheppard door I paused It stood open and I looked in The light streamed through the window and fell across his face He lay dressed upon the bed a red stain of blood his cheeks and as T gazed his hunds mo- vedcouvulsvelya contortion twisted 4 ins sleeping face I left him and re turning to my own room threw myself upon the bed CH1PTJ3R XII T was not long before we were vis ited by the first retribution for what might be accounted a crime and what was at least provoked own illegal acts Indeed the fell soonerthan I had antici surjrisealthough it happened by the had al wayscon jsldered proba ble That Williams garrulous and sharp eyed Welshman as he was could be ecured tosilence was well nigh im possible for even if concealment had been for his personal benefit he would have plied his tongue und though privatetransaction throughbigrent in the gossip of the country This knowledge was mainly instrumentAl In deferring US from confiding in him Bjirglars were the bugaboo we hud brridished before him and burglary sure enough was Ute void that ran over the district The news came to us late that morning As i gathered Wit Bans who was keeping company with some girl of woke early from his belated sleep and ran down to tle village full of the battle Ills own appearance In it as I afterward conceivedandbelieve according to his version it was he and he alone who gave the signal for the final rout and certainly he yap the author of tlmt Pall from the aftlemants But this was Just as well tort the man knew nothing of Its fatal ssue and poor Sheppard did not pudge him the credit Bull am trespns9lng upon my narra lvetod rashly Williams roturnedlat ir in the morning and apparently to celebrate his ow cleverness made his omniunlcatlons to me He hnd given vnrnlng to the schoolmaster at Llnn ollqn who hld offered to Lund on the notice totluj authorities nt Raymond ould cursed the wan for his folly and his babbling tongue but 1 wits just enough to recull tlmt his con duct was merely natural la truth It e thought ntoUhe must have cojisld r egregious asses for QopreeauttonS thnd uc luiring the aid of the Raymond police could do nothing therefore but nc uiesce with as good a grace 1181 night and wish heartily that we Jiud left him sleeping ns soundly as Mm tfaln and the maid who it appeared md never opened an eye throughout- he night although the former a8s itiat she had dreamed there was a Jiunderstormllke adding the enclitic familiar to her conversation But the situation remained to be faced and I guessed Unit we should je confronted with It very shortly Consequently we must compose plan jf action and1 whatever we agreed lipbri must run no risk of denial at other bands In this connection It aynpecessnryI + some rensdnfotti5 TnyTIiSte Sheppard who hdd quite recovered himself and had not yet referred in any way to the event of the early morning cordially approved my sug gcr tlpn It will be a wise course he declared And besides I am anxious to inspect these foreigners nearer Where the Greeks were lodged we knew not but It was evidently not at the Woodman for on our arrival there the plate was deserted except by the woman who hud charge 5f Hoods kitchen She could us little In formation She had not seen her inns ter since she went to bed on the pre vious evening But Captain had been called at 9 oclock and hn gone out after bating a hasty breakfast There was no one else staying in the house Such was the informs tion she imparted to us Influenced to her frankness I had no doubt by my position as the big landed proprietor of the place Which way had Captain Sercomb gone He had gone down the roadway in the direction of Ray With thiswe had to content ourselves but determined at lull hazards to catch SercombeeSheppard and I took the narrow lane that led down the valley hi the hope of hitting upon him At the bottom of the valley the stream makes an open pool of some consider able size upon a piece of flat land Here it receives a few exiguous branches from the lower hills awl spreadinshr the Ray The wood was sparse about the pool but it was very private and retired from the roads and it was ponetrattheceived through the leap ge the smoke of fires and heard the noises of human creatures an uncommon feature in the silent Gwent Pushing through the brushwood wo came next upon a ver itable encampment In that friendly spot And now we solved the rIddl which had perplexed us earlier In th morning for the first man my eyes ref upo i was my old acquaintance of the squint Here was not a camp of gyp jiesj but ot cutthroat Greeks The discovery was no goober made han it was confirmed by a voice ouudiiig from my rights and calling ny name in faimilinr toads Alu how dye do Mr Greatqrex 31ad to see you What pleasant chance ins brought ou Into our little village Themau stood before me as debonair puffyedmd his bloodshot eyes twinkling with jayqty It seethed almost inconceivable hat this fellow was but n few hours jarlier upon the footing ofj a deadly oe and dirtiest to rob us even of our ives Aniei I confess that even at his juncture and after the grave ivejils of the siege T experienced for tam what always underlay toy super icial feelings Kpnulne li lg The mpudcnce of theidrrl hrrlhis very jayety the assumption that vliatever he did mt howevferjruthless y he pursued us he was still a wel facttitveilgnrty was superb It was that of an tbatie hilaxi lroJist He was read X CHicka joke with you to recount his sntirjtaininff ventiirga in your onyx r to offer yoiv his choicest cij ir 41e was K fan preeminently cast for 110 Hlnt I ft VMS lie and he olane who gaff rite signal rte1 p qularityiml circummtii cea 0 own wlckodnew had made Him oundrel and a very bud scoUlt t that And so It was that I responded quit affably to his greeting obU io sot the past and almost forgetting tjiefjfiture encamuheitt p e bx throe inches at the least ItS a pity Mr Grfntordx guy flaxioh ue I wilt admit antl Uiat Warms in fart to you 1 doff ins lint to shoppnrd rind by the way to th out jr friend MontRomiry also What you lack in qualltyI suppose you calculate to make up In quantity I sold grimly Jr l Mr G 1Jouie h it Tllfrfs the rub If I had ihreo of my mAngrel Indians here Id reckon finish ho Job In a couple of days ron has to use tho material at hand No doubt said Sheppard bt our ipliUlS musthave Ijecn laid a Ion Lluia Th captain cast a curious glanct at jliii IWlJ you seem to know he safd But I tell 4u frankly that greed cancarry too far and tin l Jaw too widely open will sometimes a bite It tnkoH too long to shut It If had iiiinagud this business nut here apparently recollecting himself lie broke off and turned away with a little frown lint rjrosently he rostra ed wearing ills accustomed good Ini roved expression There was never 111y good came or a Greek Ive know u thuni upward of twenty years nod I never knew one that was fit for any tiring save to Jab you In the back when you wore not looking I should sffy remarked TSheppard wildly that you had a very suitable gang for your purpose Sercombe laughed 0111 dont fan y the knife myself though some peo ple do Sbeppanl turned deathly pale but he smiled politely and answered There 1t GT hoJknowfiig what acruj lci a man will develop Tills turn of the conveisntion sud denly woke me to a at use or my errand and i quickly comma nrciited my news to Sercombe I thought we shot Id come to tills he said cheerfully t ui I would have laid odds I should h vt had you hereon til13mission I n w you would drop hat mealy m trt led righteous ness of ybiirs What I illsllked In you Mr Groatorex from tlie outset if I mar say so without offense was your blamed British phurlsalsm You couldnt look at a job iquarely Its not your fault but that of your train mydknocked the premises out of me Thats how I car ie t know these scoundrels so trek We Im glad we meet evenly at last You can see for yourself theres not a pennorth to choose between us save that youve had first blood and wit i that he look ed at Sheppard This time his color un 1orOlltrol away and I perceived severe restraint a SheppnrdfOld Come o III must take what steps defense against ct n im wi h you there aid Serconhe cheerily and the steps I usually take of a barker I s root out of my coat fails as often as not My plan is to fire whenI see a squint I fear you rebtl ene I replied with a bow but I swea that I would haves fired If It bad been any other place but Londo lam 50 well known there Sercombe burst out laughing I once thought he said tlmt Mr Shep pard was more my sort but now I believe I pin niy note on youV You honor me I returned but come to business The captain plucked his long red mustache meditatively Im sorry I gCiteaffair though I admit I have a certain interest In it but if I inay come up and see you about 3 oclock Tye can go Into details I fancy its a concerted plan we want Thats so1 I returns feeling ter ribly mean and small to be conspiring so against the laws ofmy country with an admitted scoundrel Very well let us say 3 said the captain and stuck out his hand as though to dismiss us For myself being in Jie frame of mind I have described I contrived to overlook his arm but Isheppard all smiles sprang forward a id shook him heartily By the way lie said bright ly tu d where is friend Hood Hood echoed and looked at us queerly sorcoreHood Is In Venting a new HoIsa Uet ter soldier than I hood ant orally 1 suppose lie that we ex changed glances ear sirs he SILidhI only fell you sal you might suppose for o i1sely Mr Hood is trying his baudnt alship but I dont reveal hlTplan of paigu Per haps you guess it And lie burst out laughing rather unploasar tly It was obvious to bbtj of us that there was a bitterness ii Sercombes words Fallen though hxt was from a respectable estate rand sunk as he hud become in a career of dissipation and unscrupulous adventure he Still ro tained certain feeling oi his own dig nity How fan the differ once between Hood and himself had tone I could not know but itit went much urthur 4b seemed as though wmigixt take some advantage out of It But of the two it was Hood Hood with his lean black facet at I feared Sercombe kept his appc lutriont with comnjendable punctuality entering our council eltatnberf I may so describe the smaller ot4Ye balls t which we usually sat yr ti jau i Iness of his inoruings uucftuujflir Lunch was but dGsceirdroffcretlatooleloven a JJud of characterizedaus plungfcig at once Into the matter of his visit You will excuse nnioiitlemen Ij can wpaio little time todi iy You will thesmotetcgc a aid I am hero ovt ra dusty road to race you YWe are gravely ImleUted to 0t1 itiustYns much as If not more t tan It affects us r We have shc l no bkod said the foritTls trot your fault tl en I retort nusutwas s l1se in re perItoyidjfi cult to prove that In a court of low says ho cast lug his eye lit nlo I thought we were as reed to leave the law alono saUM Unhapplli observe Ser liilw with a laugh tire law ont leave us alotto Oh come said I Imr atiently wi are confined to title XTnptalu SorcombC Atc you prepared to hi Ip u3 You yourself say tithe presses If not It may well be that we Hh ill Crow the onus upon the proper tffen ers and loaveyou to shirt for yourselves And what about the treiiire my friend asked the Cant tin with an ogle I know nothing of an treasure I remarked calmly nor toes either of my friends here Presumably an nt tack was made upon the castle for tho- mpurpose ot burglary nn I con celve that my silver ivus aimed at I think that will sutflceIo explain the cowardly attack of some rufffnnly for clcucrs I think the Ilaymond police will CusHy understand Watt Sercombe locked somcwl at blank but in a moment resumed hi t cheerful ness Quito so and as slit a course would benefit no one we jiro to Corn CnemyWellAt this moment an Interruption came through the entrance of the nail with the uunounce bf some visitors at the door Wail stared tono an other Whonre they I dernam ed KJBut the girl being taw md unso pblsUca ted had not inquire J thcslr1 name They were bower r gentle men and there was a polio clan will them This was enough fop tis and lsSercombesucked In his lips sojterly Have em in said SU pnrd i looked dubious We hndUfranged nothing and had no plan of Aqtton between us It Is far wlsdr urjod Sheppard Iont give it toot elaborate an appearance And turning he g ive the order to the maid MI was still doubting and Sercombe was regarding Sheppard with a certain grave Interest when the male return ed ushering In an Important looking old geutl mull with a very ceremonious manner and a turn whom I took to be a sergeant in plain clothes Mr Greatorex asked the old gen tleman wth boas courtesy I bowed Thats my name I re uponthisYes sir said he si aling to the sergeant who forthwith pulled out a notel ookiIt looks a bad tiling forte rHEYERcotinfy iam justice of the peace We havent had so UsirePac a crlmb In the neighborhood within the recollection of tills generation Indeed the case seems remarkable so remark able that happening to be at the stat IJhavethe affair in person 3Ijr name sir Is Colonpl tnudell and I am a Justice of the place lwas evidently called uPon td make some suitable rejoinder to his piece of oratory and T bowed again and eau phasized my satisfaction in receiving so distinguished and so famous a jus fleewho would soon d the mists of suspicion and mystery with which this singular affair was in solved This address sets the old gentleman speaklIngdepths This parts I Understand Mr Greatorex1 said he attacked you car ly this morning- About 3 oclock I answered He commended Jlhe reply to the sergeant who scribbled in his book Had you any reason to fear this as sault was intended I hesitated Well t Bay the truth I t pJledWe wore not wholly without some suspicions hI may take It upon myself to sa sir suddenly broke in tha car tain that it was I that first t the sus picion into Mr Greatorcxs head He looked at me as if Inviting my corroboratjon rind a twinkle gjlstened Ih th rutcnlseye That Is true said I gravely Cap tain Sercombe Is entirely responsible e for my suspicious Tire a mbiRultj of the phrase tickle- us both and a smile was very prIvat ly exchanged between us May I ask Captain Sercombe said recogtilzinhis g reasons you had for supposing Ivor castle would bo attacked In this ex traordinary vayl and whether you have any clew to the offoudors The captahi lplledbaek In his chair and stroked his red mustache I used layeyescolonel I Inure lived s sharp Chamberlains ll r 4 NJ nisi a n 011 Cough Remedy Th0 Childrens Favorite CUBES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough a curesouerlargeBltrayo depended contalnn no opium or other harmful nJnit and may bo y ieu as confidently to a baby as to an adult Prlco 25 cts Large Size 5O eta c life sir 4 d when I fe fact Ilecord it Tlmtg RhJiw which ia of rise In milt prufesglon an I make no doubt you know well enough Ue said ctur tooutly Thte affair of tile attack fc a bad businoM theres no denying tlmt But it mfbt have beenwors No Urea were 101ft you see Aud he glanced out of his eiimmguined eiat Shep pnrd MNo Wo must be tbankfuf for that olwecjred the Justice heartily But do I undorstandXyoli that you had indeed actniU cykietita tlftrt the burglary was pljimied t can add tjvoto tsvo colonel and make them ur sass Stfrcombe seemlng to be ery complacent And staying by lie Jdent In the same neighborhood wjthf my friend Groatorex I put n polntjra iris jwlts That was all I mnke tdclalm extra smartness but TCtfen I see a n amber of lazy look- Ing gypsies abou tlieces no good jjrvinlsed according to my notions You are right you are right agreed the Justice But here the ser seimt struck In fox the first time st- Ing ti glance from sharp beady eyes on the captain Where were these gypsies sir ye all looked at Sercombe who showed not the least discomfiture but bit the tip off a cigar permissionGreatorex are encamped at the bottom of the valley have been so indeed for a iveokII was astonished at the mans ar daclty He had actually revealed iliA secret of his nest of cutthroats The sergeant turned the pages of Ills notebook The hank Williams examined this morningst tes that one of the men seen closely looked like a foreigner dark stoutish shouted in gibberish He repeated the evidence monotonous ly I Sercombe pulling at his cigar njod ded That bears out my belief he said PreciselyI thought so Colonel Landell turned to the sergeant This Is Important Jones he said Youd better attend to It at once But one question more Mal Greatorex Would you be able to identify any one of your assailants- I fear not I said You niustre1 member that It was quite dark Nor you sir I suppose h6 added looking at Sheppard Sheppard shook his head doubtfully Wenvere engaged in a pellinell strug gle The utmostI saw wits the out lines of the men but I can recall that one looked ery like my friend Cap thin Sercombethat is to say In the darke Sercombd laughed My dear fol lots I wish I had been Were Im sor ryl missed It But lsbatJ have bet ter luck another time if I stick to S rjfyiut J J1eai The officer smiled wltliout emotion and the colonel put his question formal ly to Monfeomery who prompt 10 turned a negative Landell moycfltQ1 ward the door but suddenly pe Ice oflicer toucLalrLtm on the shoulde and whispered in his ear Wen fjaced us again It eras lucky ycju had that moat flllod and the dr bridal Alp sir AVhat made you take those precau tiona he demanded uWe were foreWarleds you haTe heard I answered y He referred to his notes Was the warning sufficiently urgent to induce you to go to that trouble he asked slowly t You can ua cae went to the trouble t returned sharply Imperturbabiyhe repeated his question again What were the terms of the warning The man tqot ma aback and more oyerf 1 was a1 little angry at this impertinent Inquisition but lofOroi 1 reelyI cum recollect what I said very well he said taking the cigar fro m his mouth if it luterosts you ser geant I said Greatorex Werecs a number of wary indifferent looking scoundrels down the valley You have lxbnleplandseen a Host full nor a drawbridge workanu if twere you and you wer6 uie I fancy this ditcn would be fined and the bridge hung up for mysatis faction and your edification aud for the confusion of any nefarious scoundrel with a big maw Those were the ex act words as I happen to remember In which I introduced the su ject as Mr Greatdrex will no doubt recall though he Is riot likely to have the terms on his tongue like myself But that I reckon is what started itd And with this Scrconibe replaceil his cigar between his teeth and went on smok ing tranquilly The sergeant thanked him frowning in some embarrassment then he turned on his heel and saluting to the com vanished utter his superior r through the doorway Sercombe got up Well we can breakup now gentlemen he said Sorry to interrupt hawnony but ivegot business to do Ul am greatly obliged to you I 6ald somewhat sheeplly Youre very welcome says the captain Avlth a wide smile But what about the gypslestI con tinned Oh I suppose the police will catch them he remarked his grin growing youwouldSheppard burst into laughter and l Montgocry a certain latent dislike at adventur er pursuing him out intqthe courtyard with his steadtasteyes f I r APTlDh xrn ERCO IBP S frankness prow a ot S a pie re with his conduct filth to could nof imagine ths old soldi r mnklnda btidblnnfcaIand the ne vs that axne to us lat demonstrate I the method in Iris cand1 x Sheppard ncouhtered the sergeasr irnear Llanel an and found that his eIpedltlon int the Gvent had had st luck Thor was no comp in the beitorn Eidb of tho recent presence of strange there were in pithily bw not a sign remained to ndleate jfnu what hiding place toes had withdraws To move anumber of with their effects and tho men fOJOignclfi lIftttntlonimpracticable withoutsome publi no tics But a iparently no one had seeft a trace of atl e 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For Traveling r PnoarsLC 1rt ta oooo coo COOj YOUNEEDIT SALVE I t t CURE Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is ones IJ the veryf few salves which absolutely pMes As an evidence of its won derful curs ivje properties Dr Thomas now has on e in his office 1426 testi I monialSco ning from people whothave been cured nor greatly benefitedthe past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as aresult of the sale of 264 boxes f For Siale By All DrugSists a DR v W THOMAS 4 Hod nville Ky oooo i LJOHNFuneral Director ndtLicensed Embalmeri SPRINGFtELD C 4 i t t Best tt Evercourtseyaltbpvh j l L 1 m lTa t J ttU I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday January 31 1906 ISSUE VERY WEDNESDAY r UBSCRI ION ONE DOLLAR Ijn Advance JROGERS GdRE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Kyl for transmission through the mallS as eCQndclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERM OF SUBSCRIPTION f One Year r 1100 t31x Months Month 25 ohanMwaya youwishDR PIIwLL HAS AN IDEA Dr Powell Louisvilles eminent divine suggests that Gov Beckharn pardon Kentuckys fu eitives from justice in order that they may be withus next June HomejComiogWeek Avery unwise suggestion indeed Tf ri01placewalls Turn them loose among us freehanded and unguarded and what guarantee can we have that some of t hem willnot hide hehinda blinded window pull the trigger of a Marlin rifle and send a steel bullet through the breast of some of Kentuckys great men Nol No let them stay in their remote places until they can sheof 7e atesnot asguests iAaron Kohn has no trouble in furnishing bonds for his clients but he is Worried over being asked to tell hgv and where THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 f Xfr 0 I1 ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft Hfr ift ift ift tftift ift 4HthHV Hold our Poultry- l f+L WILL WANT ANOTHER CARLOAD OF POULTRY SOON YOU CAN MAKE MONEY BY HOLIoNGYOR POULTRY iFOR ME DONT SELL OR KILL THE HENS iL t j I l M H JONES JWit 4 t+ tHi + A MOTHERS LovE One o the prettiest things in all the vorjd is a mothers love for a way wardsonfox the boy who is astray who is found i crimson paths hand in hand wit the meanest murderers whose compan qhs yea wbose partners are con mon thieVes and high waymer and cutthroats Vhe all livin creatures urn him the motherloves him sifilwhen th hand of scorn is pointed at him makeslex she t folows him to the prison door and with a thousand kisses hands him brer to the authorities V believing implicitly in his inno cehce Shegoes with him to the scaffol andwhen the cold corpse of thsinning son is given over to her she baths it wfth hr tears and though there be fift Yeas yet of life before her she wi be miserable to the end no moe sunshine for hera11 of life is lorror a mothers love ike flaming stars burns on till the great throbbing heart is colandstill God pitythat poor vomanthat poor mother whose life is made miserable bja criminal son GEN JOE WHEELER J Gei Joe Wheeler he wh saved the day at Santiago dead and the body of one Qf the grea jst soldiers this country has ever noon is now at rest in the beaujl iful Arlington in Washing ton 3ity He was loved anc hone ed by his melt of t Goo jderacy admired by His evil es of the Union and firi ally oved by air America NvJust suppose that Gov KenjluckDr PoVell suggests do you SlipI I 1 A Cold On The = I I J IQLDfII 1 I iJ Is Always Unoa fortsbls and Ofttn Dfanetrrus iIs the season for colds and will be wise to provide your self With a bottle Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early MENTHOLATEPtCOUg ess A wellknown lung pecialist called v ons rue ive Suicide Wefguaranfeti that this cough medicine will quickly cure a fresh standingrt medic es here CiJaHAYDONCORNEA DRUG STORE fl t 1 o pose that qillsam taylor could be persuaded to come back He couldnt be convinced the it was t just merely a scheme ndIIwil1 lick the hand that smote him and lie closef tothe boat that kicked himand thats more han you can say for your wife ndget a dog law passed through the ajvrittf the hour in Louisville is Vhere did Kohn get the bonds All that is known up to this time is that he got em MclNTIRE IMiss Mary L Buckman of Uec ilvilie spent last week the guest of Misses Susie and Flora Keene Mr W L Thompson of B flood accompaned by his nephew M Sam Thompson of Jefferson county visited friends here last week Mr Robert NaUy of Athert nville visited his parents Mr and Mrs S B Nally last wee Miss Flora Keene is the guest of Misses Mattie and Annie Clark ton of near Springfield MctA Mc- IntIre and Wife attended the Poultry Show at Louisville last week Mrs Abagal Ensor visted ref fives in Lebanon last week Mr J F Keen visited Mi Molin Durr near Willisburg last weiek IMrand Mrs David Grav a were Loweekisr OBryan bought cf TiS B illard thirty fat hpgs and ah oten of J T andR A Mclntire Mr GeorgeT lneatfeebanon visited relatives hire last Sunday Spathesold to Nelson county peopli four at 125 per head Bent Her Double HI knew no one for fourwe s when kidneyn betterIwas to rest my haiids on mv kneds when I walked From this terrible a fiction I was rescued by Electric Bitte s which restored my health arid strength and now I can walk as straight as er They are simply Wonderful G tar4nteed to cure stomach liver and ors at C J Haydons drug store price 50c A Successful Meeting Rv G W Lyon return jd home ffon Henderson Ky Friday night whe e he had been for more han two Wee s in a great union meetii g of re ligo There were about fifty addi tions to the Methodistchu chandZ about the same to all trio other hutches Mr Lyon met Rev Ldwson who was pastor of the presbyteridn church in this city for six years He has charge of a large church in Henderson the second Presbyterian and ishaying great success In building up the in that city churchI Mr Lyon left Monday to S M Miller ifi a protracted Jeffersonville Ind He a illa home to fill his appointment next Sunday Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Best Made CoughRemedysays Mrs Cora Walker of Porterville California There is no doubt bout its best No other w cure a OjAd so quickly No other sijire a preventer of pneumonia iSJo r is sq pleasant and safe to take There are good reasons why it shout be pre hatfewremedyFor HILLSBORO Miss Effie Lee Coulter vas the guest of Miss Judith Montgomery last Wednesday i Messrs Larkin Dean J M hirley and son Erastus went to the city last week to sell their tobacco Mr Perry Ruby andjwife of near Chaplin Mr Sabe Counter and wife and Mrs J M Montgomery spent Sun ay with Mr J MT Shields and family Misses Effie and Zor Montgomery were the guests of Misses Maud and Eya Inman Sunday Mrs J M Shields spent lust Thursday with the family of Mr George Kelling Mr George Dean has etumed from Gornishville where he ihas been visit ing friends and relatives for everal days Mr J Mv Montgbnery and wife have returned home i from Spencer county where they attended the sale of the Matters moth r Mrs J M Washburn they report things sold well Cows sold from 25 to 50 sows and pigs from 18 to 30 bacon from 17 to 21i cents per pound hard 20 cents rm tfitlgMr Robert Mattmgty has movedto his farm near Fenwick Ghartes Hines moved 4n the Ouse vacated by Mr Mattingly Mr Larkin Dean has gone to Indi ana to Visit his sister and other rela tives beenverysickbetter at this writing Mrs Wat In man who has been very sick is much better veryillisTho little child of Mr and Mrs TineT whp has been very low with pneumania is better at this writing Mr Creath Dean has gone to Cornish ville to make his future home with his uncle Mr Jim Hedger Forced to starve f saysFora sore on my upper Upso painful sometimes that I could not fiat After vainly trying everything else J cured Bucklens Arnica Salve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Haydons drug store Only 25c TATHAM SPRINGS Silas Burkhead and Wife were guests at the Shirley homeon Monday of last week Dr Hatchetjb has moved to East Texas vie regret very much for Dram Mrs Hatchett to leave as they Were ever ready and willing to help those yho were in peed 4We were sorry to hear of Dr Walter Wells iillness and hope he will be wet soon T BROOKS ILlEk tlMissesMr M lurice Cheath m spent Sunday with Mr Merrit Pinks ton at Tatham Miss Madge Cheath m is fVisiting her grandmother at Willis urg Several attended si rvices at Willis r burg Sunday and Sunday night Rev Petty nt Su day at the home of Mr W P CJieatha n Mr John nd son visited at the hoe of his sis er Mrs A C Pinkston Friday Mr Iven Armstro g of Sycamore Valley and Miss Lula inks ton of this place were buietly ms rried at the home of Rev J Ar Sims Sa urday afternoon Mr David Noel vi ited Miss Artie Sutton Sunday Several attended the sale at Mr Jarl Perkins Saturday Messrs Ballard anl 0 P Settles spent Saturday night rfth Henry Set ties Mr Jerome Wilson sent Sunday afternoon with Garr tt and Marshall Pinkston Mr Leslie Keeling who has beer Very low with pneumo ia is no better Mr Marshall Keelin r visited his par ents at this place Sat day night JK Denton a Mo tgomeryeounty farmer called a man i d = d liar in Mt Sterling court an was fined 2and thirty hours in jai for contempt JItrI Custom 8ilCoringiDepartment i 7 = STROUSE ROSlligh Art Clothing Baltimore I- dTHEMEN 1 It L of most tastiaious tastes as wellas men of all physiques can make satisfactory sali ction of the Spring find Summer needs from the wellknown assortment of MadetorMSE ure MaIterials shod n by Strouse Bros makers of the Celebrated HLGH ART CLOTIii G Their spert cutter will be atOur store Friday and Saturday j February 2and3and will beg ad to receive your order Faultless Fit Superior Workmanship and Uptodate Sty es L ROBERTSON BROSJ L 906I906LT Ie h FIRM itEW j DRbrto j ITO rTI E FARAERWe can interest you in some in Plowsnd Plow Harness YoiMvill soon need I lesilet us save you ill neY NObOdY disputes that the Chattanooga Plow has no superior Fa mers who use thus plowviii have no other DO yobWANt TOBUY A UGLY If so remembef OUR LOW PRICES our excellent grades t Let us supply yoju with yojur Seed OatsNorthern Whiteplover Seed and Timothy nothing bill a clean IstoQk is handled Local News Notes We have recei rediour spring stock of White Goods Li ens Laces Embroid eries Gingham Cottons Sheetings Etc Special d play and prices for Friday and Saturday I ROBERTSON Buds LOST DOG A large pointer liver white and tickel Extra large heavy lips Left horn about one week ago Imformatioh ap reciated T DUDLEY WELLT Our SPECIAL BLEND is an extra fine coffee Hagan Bros Mr JT Montgomery Eredecicki town recently purchased the fine Jack Joe Blackburn of his father Mr W P Montgomery Mrs Mayme F Muir and Mr Burr Grume were maiedat the Galt House Louisville Tuesday January 30 Our line of ca ned goods is complete Johnson McCabe CORN WANTED Until February 15 I will pay 45c a bushel for sound corn shelled or on ear delivered at my mill W E Murkley Lebanon Ky r 1 iecru arrived for urq and 10 centsounter Hagan BroiL U BXfARTYrh pupils of Miss Ella Shauntys schoo at Texas will give a Box Party Saturday night February 3 for the benefit of the church WAITED To juy two yellow turkey hens and one ton J E SHBLBY Springfield Ky l FOR RENT Nice mcewom over McElroy Bros grocery thePsenstalled H M Grundy HM ONan Dr J H Hopper Whartonand J McElroy Watchour ads it will payyou Johnson McCabe AgencyHarrodsburg farm containing 12 acres 5 miles of Han to A F Leonard at J5 an acre and the F Leonard farm of 165 a resf to I ont Forsy thb at 86 an aero IIPuLiC SALE4Mr WilliBnT Hatch ett of Mackvillp will hold a public sale F Fe ruary 28fdr the purpose of disposing ofa lot 9 stock an feed An adve tieement will r in The pun For fUrtherimormlltion- see cir ulars ADJUDGED INSANE Miss Ellen OGara waj teriday before e Jury found her of unsound mind and a committee was appointed to tape charge of and care for her property L Special prices on china and glassware at Hagan Bros 1Ir STRAY C LFANDSIiEEPA Young heifer part jersey and a sheep have been at my placef or over five weeks Owner may have them by paying for their keep end this notice HENRY WHITMAN pdt R F D No 4 Bulk oatmeal hominy hominy flakes grits etc Johnsont McCabe f WANTEDLUMBER want to buy a lot of oak or poplar lumber suitable for building a stock barn Call on or ad dress Lyther Burns Springfield Ky Mr H M ONan recently advertised a cow for sale through The Suns Sub scribers FreeiCqlumn He sold the cow a short time after the little two line act appeared and says that he had at least thIrty jails If you want the brut buy GILT EDGE canned goods Hagan Bros JI Fon RENT Flat above my stor water and all conveniences Formerly owned anti occupied by Mr and Mrs Mansfield MRS WILLIAMS FARM SOLD = Mr Luther Burns has sold his fme farm on the Willisburg pike one mile from town to Mr Dur ratt of Nelson countylll Burns re ceiv d 7000 for the firm but will have tli use of itanotheryenr At this priceit is a cnoap farm Wanted dressed chicken highest market pricies Johnson McCabe JACK LEVIS GETS 60Last Mon day Jack Lewis a colored boy was tried before Judge Litsey on the charge of giving whisky to Francis Keene a aeX50 fine In the absence lof County Attorney Mi yes Marshall Duncan rop rofented the Commonwealth Pay us a visit it will pay you Hag an Bros The morn y which was found on the street here County Court day by Mr Lloyd ParroJc was lost by Mr Thomas Hamilton The amount found was- 51a silver certificated The Sun reached HamIlton Thursday norning he five dollars Thursday after It cost him 30 cents Now just suppose he had not been a subscribe- of The Sun Try our Milk Bread Johnson McCabe 1LIie ell ale elalI rPA R M ERS 11 We have a full supply of all kind of seed North ern White Oats TBe best Glean Clo far Seen Timothy Blue Grait Etc Our prices are iuljsmys reasonable When you want fcnjthing iii this line jive us a ca- llH PLOWS Weare agents for theY Plow for Washington county attd yra 01liverrhille w These are the best WELLS BROS r t Born to the wild of M1 Robert Sutton on Sunday morning January 2 a girl Losr MONEY Last M nday week county court davpr W W Hyatt of Willisburg In Springfield between 30 and 50 Hep believes the money was mostly In ten dollar bills Return to Sun office get reward and hays your picture printe in the paper as an honest man See r Dont forget we have fr vegetables always orihand Johnson McCabe COLORED BAND The people of Springfieldwere given a musical treat Saturday night when the col ored band gave its perfo mance on the Court House Square Tie band has been under the instructipn of S E Duncan for some timtJ arid have worked faithfully The Sun hops that they may improve and become a permanent organization The best on earthJr anywhere lsetBlankesCQffees Johnson r At a meeting of the Cit Council last Monday evening a readit gofthe re vised ordinances was heard These ordinances have been written andre vised by Mr W C McChbrdand are pronounced by the Mayor Hon John W Lewis and the members of the Council to be the most comprehensive and complete lot of towpavs they had eVer seqn They ai e yet every detail is covered At a regular meeting of the Board in February the ordinances will be adopte and will be printed in book form Iale celery new oniQI radishes lettuce endivo mustard k hlrabl beets cauliflower at Johnson McCabe Eld Waldert of the Christian church will discuss the following subjects on thoir respective dates February4Is Chris sanity Failing February 11 Sev n Walks of Ephesiaris February 18New Peter February 2Q And Peter March 4Pauls Experia ce In Paradise or Refutation of Spiritualism March llIa Life Worth Livingt March 18What a Man Must Believe to Please God March 25Marya- nd Martha 11 FAIR DIRECTORS MEET Last Satur day the officers of the Vashington County Fair Association rr et to elect officers and beside as to t aving a fair this year It was determ nedto have thd fair during the last week in Au gust and to have even i bigger and better fair than here orore The andrthe grounds will be improved The following ofllcers were el jcted B L Litsey President 1 Ii T mrman Vice President M L Scare J 0 Polin W K Robertson F M Campbell G D Duncan II M Grundj A B Huntley R H Edelen and R Thomp son Secretary and Treasurer A G Kimball Directors B Simms C F Bosley S PThomps tBen Hay don Sam Anderson Ja Burns W S Gibbs lt A Hayes A C Kimballaiid Monroe Ceail Notice r All persons having claims against the estate of J F are hereby reques GribbiriSreceased proP- erly proven to or before May 1 W C McCHORD T So HAYES Springfield Ky Notice to Creditors The firm of McCJure Veils having disolved all persons indented to them are requested to xTall at JJce and make a settlement The firms I usiness must be settedat once Mr McClure will have charge of the hOOkS and desires a settlement while he is in own After a reasonable time all accounts will be placed in the hands of an dttorney Bishop John C Keener senior Bishop of the M E church South died at the age of eightyseven at New Orleans January 19 1906 He Was elected lastI QQQQQQQQQQQpD f o Personal Notes f 00 Visitors In and Out of TownA n iRound poftheWeeks- Personalp News dQQQQ1QQ on Miss Margaret Russell wits in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs H D Stiles were in Louisville last wbek Miss Mattie K0ny of SL Marys is the guest of Miss Sarah Sirfims Mr Percy Abel of Lebanon was here SaturdayI Mrs Nannie Simms and daughter Miss N annie are in Louis ne this week fI Mr anti Mr W E Leaphman were in Leba on Sundayl Mr Harry Nan of Louis fjle visited his parentSho Sunday Miss Elizabeth Leachman sperit a few days last week at the home of IDr JH Hopper Miss Annie Riley who has been ill of pneumonia is very much impjroved MMr W P Hayes of Bloomfield j visited at the home of Judge QLilsey last week IMessrs R Mayes and Rl J Durham wero in Greensburg Sturdair antl Monday Mini Minni McCiellari has 14en visiting in Lebanon rMiss Sally Brady ofJLetianorvlBj tel at tho home df G D Duncan Mon d ny lyillbout Well Mr and Mrs John Miller and ijtjtie MrrSueKnottSaturday Mrs John Bevil was called toti tier home at Cleveland by the illness of her son John Mr Denis McQuaide of Lowell Mass was the guest at the horns of Geo Medleys the first of the week Messns Ray Gooden and Bob Blain of Lebanon werelicre Tesday i Mrs McCfasky pf Bloomfield is visiting her sister Mrs Lizzie Durrett Miss Sallie Bosley of Lebanon is visiting friends here Mr AV P Lawrqnce spent a few days last week in orn business Mr Jesse Harned silent last wjeek in Lousville j Mrs Bettie Hoard Was in Louisville Monday on business Eric Carrico of Howardstown is visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs William Huston of- T yl rsville are visiting Miu and Mrs T Dudley Wells CW Hagan was inXLouisville the first of the week Miss Pearl Conner of Frederick town visited her sister Mrs Williams this week Mrs jC L Stallings and Miss Nora Bonta visited Mrs Hourigon of Lebanon tHis week Miss Fannie Smith i visiting her aunt in Howardstown Mesdames Jennie Q Talbott and J A Tong are visiting in Louisville this week Wallace Mudd who is working ifi Bardstown was at homeSundar SnjIderbusiness Mr r Hood Cunningham and Miss j Flaget Simms attendee the concert in Lebanon Friday Mrs W E i achfunhas returned home fromLouisville after a visit to her mother Miss Sarah Simmsiwai in Lebanon Friday TMrs J C Shader has returned horne from a trip to Ciricinnatti Mrs Alfred Dahoney of Lebanon was here last week fMig Lizzio Leachman left last Thursday for no visit to her brother Mrl W H Sweeney af Louisville Mrs Shaunty and daughter ftjiss Kato of Fredericktown were here one day last week Mr C L Price Il in Bardstown last week on businesfu Mr s E ClomonUi and littl daughter OliVe spent last Thursday in Bardstown Mrt Joe Price wtill Louisville lastweefi on busineM Misses Pearl and Myrt Campbell visited friends in Lebanon Friday MisSes Myrtle and Mabel Price were in Lebanon last yeekjMr I N Arnold town Saturday Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton ofI Lebanon visited MraI1d Mrs SE Clements last week Mr and Mrs C C McGhord were in Frankfort last week Miss Josie Lee was in Louisville Monday PPing1 Miss Willie Knott is visiting her aunt Mrs R Ilteltm in Bardstown Mrs Winches r Philips oteb MrsSmock JI Miss Mabel 1Y ompson has ret tn td home after a vi t to friends uVLebV non TVIiss Lucy Sdle jmariwas visiting hay sister Mrs D Car LitseyofLebanorIt last week Messrs Franc Peters and W Leachman Misses Florence Edeleii an Mary Haydon att nded the concert Lebanon Friday m jht As recently a mpupced in The t u Mr J L Searcy vill leave for Taxfit n6xt Monday He ill beaccompaned Mr Joe Smith fho will locate Texas j Messrs H M Grundy and Ea Litsey arid Miss s Kate Mayes andIIBessie Leachman were entertain tJ six oclock dinnei Wednesday evening at the home of 3r and Mrs J F Hopper Dr Richard oBards leftpeep day for Wakefiel Station where r will practice his profession Dr Rc Bards haaa larg j circle of friend Springfield and W shington county vbr regret to see him eave Rfr T BGor en left last Sttur day for Knox City Mo where he wilt reside permanqint y Mr Gordon ia a brother of Magistrate John W Gordon of the Texas vicinity arid has mdm friends who regret his departure iMv Gordons wife an children have pnef Missouri for three or four months MrMW A Me arty of Campbelii burg KYf after t few days pslt tshis brother whd is empfayed jn thf Peoples Bank has returned home Mr Harry NJ nfcz and MIse Luck Nantz of nearBlomfieJd are visiting relatives here r BLACKSMITHIHGIHriIlSESHOEI Q eT have establish d a blacksmith hbp onehalf mile from Springfield on east Texas and Danvill Horses sHrfd new shoes 80c abound old shoes iOc around Buggy i wagon repairing at lowest prices have Will m ployed ICHARD RILEY pdlO Oarria e Shop I sin prepared to do all of your woiod- work arid at the most reasonable FOR CASH Upnolstering of ml kinds done Grain Cradles for sale iIalso have one new shopmade bug gy spring wagon and one secorn hand spring wago Buggy trimmings of all on a dtj WH BOP KyrJf SPRING 1 OPENINGI rj j r Mr Swaffield r pi esenting the Globe Tailoring Co will be with ntein t SpringfieldMONA TUESDA 1f FEBRUARY 12 a3IJ- V jtfso part OfJbe day Wednesday the 14th and iviil hold my Spini Opening r will have on display about 400samplfisthe latest weares YouGk nowukfQr workmanship and fit Hold your orders for the01d Reliable ff W T LEACHMAN1 i f r c- cii I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 31 1906 pp- r= asked for it is the kind to be had at my yard Read this and phone an order PRODBUYUCEar arOnes+ 4it H tTheyanieioL4fe or7onr Too 1 Second Mate ant Companion l For Spirite tTAey Were Confines In Laxa ret by the Lurch qfrihe Ship In a Tornado and Were In Despair of ikescae J Speaking ofsaUors superstitions Captain Bob Black used to sny that I when the crew of the Marion once took that he was a ghost they came dangerously near making him a ghost in reality writes Lue F Vernon in the San Francisco Chronicle Black was second mate at that time etnd bis memorable experience actually I U7I1 = 3ON AN INSTANT TIfF rNIVKRHB SEEMED nE BlOTTED OUT began when the Marlon three days dut from Point de Galle Ceylon was bo I calmed for ten days Finally one afternoon came a tiny cloud which within su hour spread over tlieskv und com gletely obliterated twilight Black found a fore tacky broken thanks to the weather which had bat tered the rigging to Under and he to the lazaret to replace It Many hehvy articles were between Alra and tho 8pnrerlgJlng and Black called a young sailor Burf Adauis to tip him move them Then all In au instant the universe seemed to be blotted out and Black and ills companion knew no more To realize their situation it Is nerces jfsary to remember lint the lazaret Is co to speak thefihlps storeroom Ex tending behind and on two sides of tile cabin it takes in nil the spaceunder the decks from tIle stern to the line where the quarter deck ends nhd the main deck begins In it the steward stows toed Intended for the officers and their f trunks A Blldlhg door at ond side of th- eitewards pantry gives him admission ito the lazar t but officers generally t enter as Black and young Adams did jithrough a hatchway In the wheelhouse Black came to himself with a sensa ion of lightness of the head and faint mess In the stomach ntcb darkness prevailed for the bullscycs that dimly lazaret when It was emp ty were now covered up but putting nut his hand Black touched a human JTonn Who Is It he asked A snore was jltlie only answer Then Tack straightened his stiffened e limbs find rolled himself clear He beard the seaman at the wheel strike eight hells and he remembered now Who his companion was Ho put his mouth to the young sailors ear The tsleeper started u tlEh What Ohl he groaned rYou sir You all tight he asked What time t day de you thlfik It is Jidsrailt Blnek returned Eleht bells M ++ KING i COAL I gloomQcheerCOAL have just been struck Must be morning sir You dont mean were been hereall night IImpossible But it aiut sit You didnt know nothlngfor a long time after old Hans who was at the Wheel let the ship veer up in the wind She most aided turtle You must have got your head hit then I was pretty well banged about myself and afterward you went to sleep Have you tried to attract attention UMy knuckles Is wore out pounding on that wheelhouse hatch Irthe sailor replied plaintively jl forced It with ray head once but when I upI ed at China Joe he dropped the wheel and hollered like he was scared to death Scared me that did I fell backward and fore I could climb up again they had the hatch battened down kind padlocked Just then the second mate trying to feel out ills surroundings touched something he seemed to recbgulze He smelled and tastedtu Must have broken open a bot of honeybe said Ive got a piece of comb Better eat It sir thes sailor nc visedcIm going to try to find a bread cask We could pot It I know where theres Jnnterhs find oUif youll take the risk of a llkht Lanterns down here Black re petftetL Yes sir 1 hung em myself Theyre covered lanterns we kiso for the anchor watch Black felt for his match box aiid opened Itulo go Just otye match The said Thats oil ugh if it dolit g back oh us It was an anxious moment when Black scratched the jinatch but It df not go back on thei t food but dfiiik wits what Uiely first sought the lanterns light and after two hours Of hunting and hard labor they fount a biscuit box and nci1 so of mineral wa terthe hvo almost s de by Hide Were all right uiwtsir said tlio sailor joyously Wcau stand it tll they have to como towii after some Wing Yet the hours tliajt followed were very tedious and iwhen they lengthened out iro twc days oillcer ant matt wore sick ofcou liioiiieti- tIt was on tlie tout th night or day they hardly knew vlhich wheu weather had moderated a little tha Black thought he heart a ntttoring h the direction of the stewards pantry and glancing up quickly saw a light over the tops of the casks Hello there doctdr ho called ulm chat Who l1iIU questioned tire stfsardtard Demarara negro Mr Hind and Burt replied the sailor in a tone that must llave spimd ed sepulchral i Wowoo moaned the steward + Is done been called by n dead iunuiM v Then came the sound of a fail ant the jingle of glass lies Hew tlie sailor reported to Black In Uisgust Took me for a ghost I reckon Say lib added a mo uibnt later smell smoke Say Wa fool dropped his lantern hes sat th shponllre The horrOIot the situatioir was stantly sip pnr Not so the moans escape Burt we must try to roach the fire and put it out1 Black cried No use sir I wnt crawl any near er and you arc fatter tfiah I am Bo putoutBut well be suffocated anyway Trove to stand It sir If It hap pens so Hit now they heard on deck the ro ot voices nod tramping of feet tin giveniomate and tlip sailor ns yet but ihu heat in tile lazaret w1ffrapidly lx corning stifling mid seem to search the farthest corners of the r aching lungs They breathed with di ficulty through the folds of tligir shiit sleeves which they had wet with wate Adams was the first to succumb A he sank Insensible there were sound j at the hatchway that foreshadowed j lifting of the hatch Suddenly the hatch was removed A i avalanche of hose catne through It Th boatswain set his foot on tile first stev of the ladder Talie Adams on deck first Bloc cried But with n single glance below th boatswain yelled tied fled Black Pelred the nozzle of the hos his laboring lungs and 8mn tlng eye forgotten Ho It forward an directed a stream Howard the fiances The water came Just In time to wan them off from an oil barrel Anothe T 1r or1ofWin the fight Soon it was over ttledtonow it was his thin tol give out and Adams whom tire fresh air had restored to cousclou nQs4pushed and ntHail HE DIRECTED A STREAM TOWARD THE FLAMES puiica coaxed aha TirtealTrtm Towarii the deck There the cantdln suet them The dent come tp liter he cried Tend Mr Black first gasped the faltlifufsallar Lay nft four of you the captain called Carry those men Into the cab in uWe thought you went overboard when the tornado struck us the cap taro added ulit men have declarcjd ever that the ship was haunted and soon 1should hnve liad to take a ropes end t get Hue of tIteat to go aft Im glad th ghosts are laid The Diamond Cure ITh9 latest retvsfrom arists the t tiey have discovered a diamond cure forconsumptfonI consump tion or pneumonia youfIar be best for you to take remedy mentioned by W T Nhnleer fourteetot year me pl Kings New Discovery for Consump tnIcure Unequalled quick cure orThlttt HaydolSIteed Trial bottle free j Care of Clothes 1Any sensible malt can tjake care b 110liltisitthought and care which i busy u1a qurstlonIJ to will wear as long again as they would othdrIselsaid nl vaS s weeu BrooklytThe first thing tp remember Is t brush elicit atilt Immediately upon talc Jug It off and look tho oughly fo spots If there are tin should be clcuned oft h1llnclIuteiUuia bclu kept on Inind for this pmpcBO A small piece of white flannel will t1a1 Nr well for the clctinlng and naph ha tephi or gnsoliiio will accompll li the d ilred r Jfnll Spots left for ndy oftn0 are hard to remove ICant nod waistcoat slioijid bid him g iiothes closet on a jlrangor tin waistcoat under tllClCOlt Thero is a divergence of opinion as to trovnors The most coiiituonly accosted plan sontcetb say ntItills Is all wrong that the nhotiid lIP iiifsuit tsorhti trousers Ijo sent ton tuilnrs fur pressing ffequeutly nil soon as the show the faintest signs Xjf winkling There Is much detail as to koriiiuj dtvariably bi kept In It u tieu It Isnot ijoiug worn The ordhuuly pasteboard ht box wilt- do quite Well Brush eVry lint with a soft brush before putting it Jon A soft Itstcreases takcu out of the crown The stiff hint on the other hand when jiut away should not rest on the brim but on tln top of the crown A silk hal should also stand on Its crowai when not In iufual ugh and It should osier be for ottl11 that this type of lint before being put away should have especial care Clean It With a soft Olotl or n soft brush longerr the proper shape by the wdarer when he puts one on Shoes only keep their shape properly when trees tare kept In them Gloves should be kept In tissue paper and when taken off must be pulled out carefully Cravats are best kept fiat In a drawer though some exports speak In favor of hungers Daily Herald AND SUN 200 Subscribe for The Sun 100 year i iI V New Firm Haydon Burton L- Undertakers itSPRIHGFIEtE KY TELEPH0NE N053- J We have formed a partnership in the Undertakers business arid desire L t to say to the public that we are prepared to render the very best bf service t thebusutop well known tothe eople of AVashington unty toned an 1 He has had twentyninjo years experience in the btisjness being apicensad f embalmer He thoroughly acquainted wlthevv detail of the usm St 1j Sm tSISL4 Program Washington County TeachetAsso jciation will meet in Springfield op the Second Saturday in February The fol lowing is the program 1 A Teachers Qualification Stith Thompson 2 A Teachers Responsibility Joe Polin = 3 A Teachers Opportunities Mrs Ada Arnold 4 A Teachers TroublesAlias Ella Shaunty 5 A Teachers CompensationGeo Colvin 6 Games for Children General dis cussion by teachers led by Thad Cheathntn 7 A Word of Encouragement to TeachersSuperI willethroughout pro gram Must Pay Within Thirty Days All persons who are indebted to mo aB deputy sheriff of Washington county rmust settle within the next thirty days This tax may fie paid to A C Kimball who is my deputy or to me AH old business must be settledY or property will be levied won upS J S tosBOMflL aInMemoriam =In memory of our dear sister Mrs Mary F Hardin who parted from this Yfoulfyears a one to mourn the toss of a devoted wife and Toying mother Our loss is hemveria gain She was an ideal wife and a wise counsellor as a friend and mother olio was over fuithfhiand true Words foil to express how ddeply we ftelthe loss In the home five are cconstantly reminded of the departed one by some Iwork of hers something her loving sher1w e m us thesis in vn Farewell Dialer west be thy rest undeeeturbe bypain or strife All the worlds hard carts and struggles cast no shadow on her lift L M S LITSEY Mr Z P Leachman and family and Mrs Annie Godbyand children spent Ijjst week with Mrs Julia Leachman jMiss Bertha Edgerton is the pleasant gates of her aunt Mrs Lill Janes at Valley Hill Mr Charlie Hmesj has moved to his frCnRMrs Annie Godby is on the sick list J Mr and Mrs James Clay brooke are the guests of the latters parents Mr and Mrs A L Litsey Mr and Mrs Ed Birch have returned f om a visit to the latter sparentsJMr and Mrs Charles Blanton near Boston JMrs Belle Coulter is the guest of her nephew John Peters at Mackville c LininMr and Mrs John Leachman enter tertained at dinner Sunday Those present were Mr and Mrs James Claybrooke of Springfield Mr A L Litsoy and family Henry Reedand family Decator Dragoo and wife and Mr Ed Birch and wife Lillian Leachman will spend several daysthis week with Miss Viola Vice at Wil sburg Mr Oscar SweenevT of Mackvile and kirks Elmer Leachman will be mar risdfat the brides homo Thursday the t trot2Ii HarVQfy Le chtiMui wasat Willi burg Sunday The Flagship Drake iThe flagBbin of dtalrtL1rInco Louis Alexanderor Bftttenborg the Drake is of 14000 teas cm steam twentyfour knots sit hour and ie equipped with 0 Ii i e ris which ipako her a powerful nd versnry Her censorts ore the Bedford Essex Berwick Cumberland And Cornwall all cruisers of high speed DoNotNe1ectaCo1dtEvery cold Weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY CUpJES Consumption Coughs Colds Sore Throat CQU8hBrHOREHOUNDCONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILt POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH wuhaveandWhoopingwithout It In the house as It U the BEST MEDICINE we know of Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed THRff mizcmi ago eoe arr 9100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED 1Y C JJHAYD0N Springfield Ky J wok the PeaflDiver Dead t Kentucky tandard The Standard has just been i iformed that John Rol inson the pea Idiver Js dead at thA I nelson countj poorhouse Robinson was a unique characteriand was known ill over the St te Holise and Lot For Sale 4 I desire to ell at private sale m house and lot l the Perryville pike three quarters if mile from Springfield House has sb rooms s All neaoeBar outbuildings an i improvements upSJ F PET u t ALE WilL SERVE 1rou- i With gcod 4mbaUntifii jewelry ai unheard of low t prices plendid bolida business inables me tc sell the residue cfmv stock ridi ujbasly low Its a DEEP CUT in pries tbrGUCh my Jewelry Clearance liIa1e r r Clocks Teapots arid oth tr servE e watches rfaigs 4spoons knhle and forks KV erythingo Hprry up and get ahead oflIsome one elf p who is si ways for a- rJASJ GRAVES THE SUN ANb Both yrlBryansWeekly Courier Journal L5o Week Louisvill j Herald 12t Nashville American I5O Weekly 1ria Enquirers 1t75 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 115- SemiVeekly St in 175 SemiWeekly Sv Louis Globe Democrat 17f ThriceaWeek Nsw York World 175 Home andFarm t 12American Agricu turisL 176 American Epitonist 160 l50fiBrecdersGazettCountry Gentleman 200 Farm and Firesidi 135 Farm Field and ireside 175 Review ofRevic s 325 tjs Mag sine 255 Scnbner Ala az ne 400 Ledger Monthly 175i Harpers Magazt el p 435 Harpers Weekly 485 Sunny South 15 Mug Task It was a huge ti sk to undertake the cure of such a bajfl case of kidney di sease as that F Collier of Chero kee ja but Electric Bitters did it He goneIcouldcushion i and suffered from dreaHful InElectriccure and by th m was restored to perfect health I ecommend this at kidneysIJvorHaydon druggist Drico 50c k r v pH THE SIRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JANUARY Jr 1906 i 4 i Dai1ller 1d JI dSinr i ri One Year 200 t l Free FARMAMERdGREATEST and FIRESIDEFr e III4 To every person who will pay arrears and oneyearVsubkription in advance we will give absolute adeptphisoFarm and FVrescfei J ri t vfe Americas greatest twiceamonth Farm an d Family Journal 24 to 36 large pages ovary issue with nearly twc mil ulaltopicsProfit In Hogs Farmers and stockmen will doubtless agree that of thei various kinds of livestock bred and reared on the farm cone la more profitable year in and year out than the hog writes C E Stable of Pennsylvania in Rural New Yorker It seems to be the view of somefarniers however that a hog is a hog regardless of the great difference there is between the scrub and the pure bred and be tween the varlou different reedslet there is as great a difference as be tween the plug and the well bred magnificent trotter and draft horse It is uo longer necessary to keep a hog two years nor even one to bring him to marketable weight Rather for the highest profit he should be matured in eight to ten months from spring until fall as he will grow better during the warm months and on cheaper food if pasturage is provided him I know of no hog which so well fills tie bill for the general farmer and feeder as the improved large English Berkshire for the reason that while they grow to very large size they can be tltted for the market at any time and take on for the food consumed as large gain as any other breed The pigs can be fed to 400 and 500 pounds in ten to twelve months and when properly handled always top the market Being of a broad deep body broad and heavy in ham shoulder and back the Berkshire Is of the proper conformation to weigh well and to gain in weight rapidly He is an active bog and on thatr account likelyto be in the best of health He is a good feeder and as a pasture ring excels The Berkshire boar crossed with grade sows always Impresspa his qualities on the offspring showing strong pure blood I make these few remarks for the purpose of drawing the attention of the farmer to swine raising as a profitable feature of his business and to suggest a few of thereasons for the popular favor winch has been accorded the Berkshires The sow to1 Avoid Never breed to a sow that Is not a good milker no matter how good her pigs are at farrowing time They will become very indifferent pigsty wean ing time No amount of food and care will do them the same amount of good as that drawn from natures fount Curedi His Mother of Rlieuipatism My mother has been a sufferer for many years from rheumatism says Wr H Howard of Husband Pennsyl tftmovewas painful I presented her with a bottle of Ch berlams Pam Balm and after a few applications she decided it was the hiost wonderful pain reliever she had eVer tried in fact she is never without it now and is at times able to walk An occasional application of Pain Balm away the that she was fdrmerly troubled with For sale byCU Huydon Mayor Glubb of Eminence asks the citizens to PrePrretoIpay their aIes Farmers in this Patesville district have decided to reduce acreage of tobacco crop for next sermon iI l d r r Jt f 4titf r Special Saleiof Table i Linens Napkins Towels f f and Hamburgson ihiirs v day and Friday Febr- uft ary1 and 2 I i ft Gruridy Meln Ire 35 II 17tT r 1iT eele elele CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO WCORf ORATllD Long dlstanpe lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern KK Tennessee Mississippi 4and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory pommunlcatlon with the J people of this great section of the country 4 We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passedrJAMES E CALbWELL LELAND HUME TtD WEBS President AOenl M ger Secy Asst Genl Mgr Treasurer 1 3 W M i6 X133 3 ccEEEEEEEEErEr E cEIi ee The best sb is recommended fOr Itexc lout shaping anti cnse of construction The j I SHIRT WAIST FOR dlHIi new RhJrtwnrst shows a smaller sl e ye and no loushig at flue waist line The tucks on the shoulder in tfiont su iply extra fullness not imliipnrntiir inan youthful figures while the tapering lines given by the tucks in the back n very pleasing in effect The front nay close beneath the box plait or wiih i hem Any seasonable material mar le used fn the development of the tips gn For the medium size three yard of thirtysix Inch material are needed now to Vcnr n FurtAlthough tbejjlcuder snakellkej fur neck piece sometimes called a sca f Is Just as popular as ever those who fol low Pads fashions are not wearing It with one end riluug over the shoulder any more Instead they employ Itas simply as possible both ends dandling down in front One good tiling about the present fad Is that the costly ttlp of sable or other fur isnt half asWte ly to be stolen or lost for under ithq old system unless a restraining iiobk or pin anchored itIt often slipped away and was lost to Its original owner Now that the fur meets in front and its ends hang down evenly it roar be claspet together under the oin ys that no ostyle can be said to f re vail Theie are any nuihbbr show ng plain grad anted or wavy lines orp plique W ether It be bias folds tucks or ribbon ardly seems to matter so long as it is there and In plain evidence Pe pendlcular trimmings too are highly thought of and tunic or double skir s flounces and ah occasion al hint of Upper drapery and kvrter flouufce ass rt themselves Ju the newer models The Popular Bolero The bole o Is making sartorial story for itself In these latter days and there is a gown in the fashion cataloguge ro a uightgown to altU l t il Jj iil and FIRESIDE i H Address THe SUN tEEEEEEcEEEErEEeczclrtrEieeEEEEEEEEEEEeEEiteEiitiEeEE1cEE tgkttI tTdaway 1Sklr TH1SiNbLDSF Free SprjSngfieldKy erEEEEErEEFEEE EeE EEEEi Eii 4 utlutt Hoes not lily usb of ILls becoming little Item in sonic fay or other either In fact or in effect For pcncrnl Wcnr An excellent mode for general wear Is here pictured In a development of datk blu inollalr Nine bores are employed In shaping the plaited skirt which flares n prevailing style at the BnrBT WAIST COSTUME foot Deep tucks prodiice becoming fullness in front of the bloUse The back Is plain except for slight gathers at the waist line The sleeves are moderately full finished by deep cuffs STjvpralma terlals are adaptable such as serge cashmere cheviot linen and canvas The medium size will req Jire two and a quarter yards of forty ur inch material for the waist and st and a half yards for the skirt- Courtin Marion Falcon The regular Jmuary term of Circuit Court convened ere Monday with Judge I H Thurnan on the bench The following caseshavc sofar been disposed of Charles Parrott for Pfet larceny 30 days in jail Low Phillips for disturbing public worship 50 and cost Geo Miles for selling liquor to minor 50 and cost Hewet Pope for shooting on public highway 50 and cost J H Kearns for selling liquor to minor not guilty John Thompson fox assa lit and bat torY not guilty Tom Blandford for sellirg liquor to minor 100 and cost Carl Mattingly for breach of the peace 10 days labor The damage suits of Mrs WV Wilhoit and MrsC B Cleaver against the L and N Railroad Coj for piitting them into a negro coach on the train is set for trial on Friday February 9 of this term j Henry Sparks a Paducah negro was fined for swearing pn the street i fI POINTS ON FEEDING The rations of farm horses have re ceived special attention at the Utah sta tion and a few hints brought out would apply everywhere It was con cluded that horses should receive most of the hay at night t a very little in the morning and none for the noon meal Water should be given before feeding Oats were favored asa grain feed but these could be replaced by brim and shorts or supplemented with corn Carrots aufl sugar beets swerved as a tonic as well as enabling thlt horse to digest the hay and corn more effectually litirley nil a Horse Feed While souie well known authorities adbthe using of barley as a ration for horses I am satisfied that it is of so little value as not to be worth con slderlug writes a correspondent of tQrmlinfound It much more irritating to the havejand when fed un ground exceedingly liable to cause intestinal Irritation The only way we would allow It fed would be qnjjfaturday nights well boiled and mixed with an equal bulk of brau while hot and this only during the whIter moiitbs when grass Is not available Sheaf ORb For Winter The finest winter feed that I know of is sheaf oats That Is all I know about it The horses will go through the winter In good strong condition and in the spring they will be fit for work Let them eat the heads and best of straw and use the rest for bedding E J Watcrstripe Silage For Beef Cattle We hue used the silo two winjters with young cattle that we were fatten lug and three winters with lambs are entirely pleased with the eI and are planning to build our silo says Joseph E Viiig hi Breeders Gazette We do not however put all our corn in the silo nor do we ad this course A certain amount of IseI feed we think vary desirable in nection with silage when Iris fed Salt the Live Stock Sheep are ravenous eaters of salt and will overeat if allowed By giving a little each day they will soon adapt themselves to the plan Then they nIay have free access to salt and not abuse the privilege It Is common for farm ers to neglect salting their horses While horses crave salt less than cattle oXsbeep it Is nevertheless vqufcte es their health It need not be given them so often Once in ten slays or even two weeks Is usually silts ficient Turnip For Sheep Scientists srty that the turnip is composed of 00 per cent water Neverthe less the very best mutton that England is raised on turnips as a bulk rationwith the addition of grain as a fattening ration So the water the tur qualityImmature Cora For Hogs Immature sweet corn especially where it has been cpt by the frost not make a desirable feed for fattening ptptoan e exclusive ration It it is fed in con nectlontwith other grains however It can be used very satisfactorily for this purpose and will probably be more val uable than for the other sto k Michi gan Farmer V Broke His Neck Harr dsburg Herald Robinson Keith fell from a signal p stat unction City Saturday and brokehis neck close to the shoulders yet he still lives and the indications point to his recovery For many years he has been employed by the Cineinnatti Southe n He had climbed to the top of a th rtvfoot post r 1yand was in the act of app ying the torch r when he lost his balance i nd fell to the t ground striking on his head When j picked up his head drof ped down and his peck was as limber a a rag He was carried home and r mains in an unconscious state yethis blood circul lation is normal i i William Henry Jones of Barren county will run for Congress y 1 Head Acheq Sometimes If so it will jnterast you to know that it can be stQPF ed lfillSandeffects and this without dan gerbf forming drhabit orlhaving your stomach disar ranged They tain no opium caine chloral epOSitielycon P form in any Anti Pain Pills i and leave only a sens of relief The reason for this is explained by the fact that heada he comes from tired irritable turbulent neryesAntiPain en these nerves thus jremoving the cause They arej harmless when t en as directed We use Dr Miles AntlPaln pms for the cure of headache and weJthink that thero is nothing that will equal them They will cure the severest pelf of nervous or sick headache In a low minutes IFiam of a nervous temperament occasionally have spells when my nerves seem to be completely exhaust ed and I tremble so I can scarcely contain myself At these times Iways take the AntiPain Pills and theThathey quiet me right away It is re MRS F E KARL Detroit Mich byyourdrthe first package will If It falls he will teturn your move bulkMilesMedical Farms and Busjniss Proptrty FOR SALE wT EWing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg KyI150 acres Anderson County Ky neur Sania improved and 3500 150 acres Grant county Ky excellent farm and bargain at 22 168 acres Mercer county handsomely improved in grass ten years at 55 154 acres Mercer county on river a good farm at 5260 240 acres 2 miles railroad station Mer r cer county Ky good improvements at t40 exchange 50 acres well improved three miles from Burgin acres near Burgin good farm 3750 1 120 acres six miles from Harrodsbujg on Lexington at 75 56 acres 3 sHarrodsburgon pike 9 in grass 2 23801 184 acres six miles from Harrodsburggoodgrass farm largerfarmBurin 1600 Business Property Livery Stable at Harrodsburg and a residence adjoining 4700 rents top 3T a month or for 3200 Stable rented to January 1 1907 at 25 a month Store and dwelling in one block Railroad town Mercer county no other fine trade 2500 r Also farms and other propertyof aU 1v kinds I have buyers for Washington county farms list yours with me now and I will sell it J bF THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY t JANUARY 31 1906 I r r ITTtTT llIes Wanted r fJrs rI want allklnds of hides and Bring them mean get Cash for them For the next tJrr 91c H For treen Beef Hides Or- iOtl I For Salted Hidri them to ire IIr JQneso t tJ f 1 i Ii CANT EAT IfWbenyournervesareSt I i uarepayingtheinflicted upon yourself by astilyeaten thoughdelicate and improper food they resent illtreatment Dr CaldveUsLaxative Syrup Pepsin is the greatest remedy in tne world for correcting and curing all forms of stom ach and digestive trouble It instantly imparts new life and vigor to partsand keeps them in prime and perfect working qonditfloa f Dontrt wait until you are n the grip of these torturing complaints but get a dol lar or size of IR CALD yoprdruggistsYour money will pe re nded if It does not benefit you Your postal card request will b r br return LDWELLSBOOKthose who have never tried tlis wondezful ttmedy Do it low PEPSIN SYRUP GO Monticello lIIlnotJSold by Tha Red Cross Dfug Store CARDWELL Miss Sallie Layiof Waineville Ill and Miss Riley of Nelson county are visiting friends at this place for a few days W L Graham and daughter Mis Nantie visited D B Sutherland o Ghaplin Sunday Charley Rite ot Mackville Sunzday We wish to correct the mistake in last weeks issue about W L Graham buying a jack from Mrs Barnett I should have been Mrs Parrott and the price 200 instead of 82 W L graham bought from Herman Scott a stallion at 200 3t A Kyler and E G Holiday are in Louisville this week with tobacco Brown Holiday have bought sever al crops of tobacco at an average of 5J cents J A Kyltr sold to Will Harmon of Mackville thirty hogs at cents and bought from Snider Co seventeen hogs at 5 cents Graham Perkins bought from C L Haydon of Springfield one sirold harness mare pica private RA Wilham bought from J A Kyler one cow at 2750 IIqw1o WaterPlant Waterin plants is really an art that few uuiltfi taua says n writer in the New York Tt egraui Many wdmeu give thorn little drinks every day and becnuso the cutyli on top is moist think that the roots level being well provided for But daily qprluiking is not bone ficiariis a rule The watering times thorouglUhmupper soil is wet null the rootsare left thirsty I believe inn the Old fashioned way of immersing fhe plants in a bucket or big tub full of water at a temperattt e that will riot chill antI let thomty tore several hours until there can be up doubtthat verybottomer The best time to flo this Is in tlr morning so that most of the moisture will have had tiuie tc1 be absorbed or drained off before cold of the night can chill e way of wash ing off thephmtsJ the same time watering place the plant under a faucet mind turn on a small spray This is decided elledcfnl for it fajlls ou them rahi Whenever p JUStus the potted plants itJIS so brainedou for a 4ait almost spe the Ill grow after a wet ug froth nature how to Glenn BrunsclM Carpet To cleats mid brighten brussels car pets take n Incsh beef gall and break lit into a cle n pan snya a writer i Ladles Vorid Pour onehalf Into n very clean bucket and add about three or four quarts of lukewarm water Tape a coarse cloth bud having brushed Alie carp t well rub It hard willt- ime cloth inoioughly wet with gall wa ter Only d6 a small piece at n time and Have refidy n drycoarse cloth 11th wlUch rub thecarpet dry Thu proceed until tlie whole carpet is clean ed A few drops of carbonate of nni mania in a llutjewurm ruIn water change disco ored spots upon proclucfinjuredrestore it How to VnMh Crocheted Articles Make u suds of warm not hot water wlstai Loy that are crocheted- Put in the article to be washed squeeze dont rub till it looks perfectly clean rinse It thoroughly through clean warm lefpsqueezCtheshake gently put lun cjheesecloth ba and hang in n draft sha ke often while drying Handmade articles will retain their shape and look like new If tiles simple directions are carefully followed Subscribe for iTbe SIlnlO yea r Continued from first page LONG RUNx t we are helping to keep up a road sys tern for the benefit of the public Mr and Mrs Elvian Perkins were guests at Mr John Cocanoughers last Thursday night Mr Will Youug and wife visited the family ofWill Wayne Sunday Mif John Staton and wife at John Cocanoughters weriguestSThe singing here Sunday good Miss GirtieCoyle eta Mr J A Young and wife spent Sun day with aunt Melvinia Young Mr Sie Harman of near Enido has three children sick with typhoid fever and one sick with malaria fever Martin Coyle who is attending school at Springfield was with his parents Saturday and Sunday X Look out fora total eclipse of lithe moon on February the 9th Quite a large crowd attended the singing at ftjr John Statoirs Wednesday night The next will be held at Mr Dee Ya keYs Mr Marcas Cocanougher and family of Enido spg nt Sunday with his parents Mr Elviai Perkins left Friday for Illinois where he expects to find employment and make that his futur home Mr Will Matherly lost a valuable mare last week of pneumonia Th methodist brethren began a pro tracted meeting at Wesleys Cha P last Sunday The pastor is assisted bj Bro Johnston f Master Henry Holderman who is at tending school iPerryville was witq his parents Saturday and Sunday Mrs Marinda Burns and children vis ited Mrs Lizzie Best Friday Your corresppiident listened to an interesting sermon at Wesleys Chapel Sunday delivered by Bro Walker IJest Fowl For Frtrmea The breetl of the faro tio r IHS wife likes Cowlithllt tIle others is one for to select if they choose to bred fowls He should take liitoj consideration tho use oerirtake a for it market fO wI nor a Minorca or a IIn nbm For eggs alone do not select ajcochini Luugshnn or Brahma All arq too beefy uud JhcjIunems but asa rule they mature too late For any all purpose use the Wyuii 0cr pingtons and Juvas are good for the farmers Wyaiidottcs conic In severs varieties us the Gol lea J3ilvor Burr Black V into Silver Ieiiciied and en Penciled OrplUb Otis are in Bu Black nitte and s angled varietios Hocks ai e Barred Bu T or White 1 an tiiu breeder gooses All of them ate good for general purposes Farm Irogreae DtiMt For tie liens A couple of barrel tilled with dtgr earth or road dust In the summer will keel We dusting box supplied nil win ter and the liens will keep themselve free ftom Ice A tarrel or two r gravel should be laid In before winter nalso nnd u pnn of It kept before tl Lens nJlof time time It is surprlstug how much of It they Lconstitno II the iAve 4s rTuT flrougli u course icrewi so ns to take out the Larger mYtonos tlmta hen cannot swallow itvIll be better for thenA The LRFi Irodiicer poolsry the egg Is the host form of meat known and the eslcm product 1We world to handle liluKheiris a t 9clilue tliat always turiout a perfect product a fresh egg will do part every time if you fYI do yours hicky their soft food und keep granulated charcoal always before them Tl N will be found to be one f eIf fective reiradles la of the most coinpn calt4esi Stomach Trouble and Constipation Charaberjains Stomach and Liver Tablets are the hest thing for stomach evger says an a st of Potterville Mich They are easy to take and always give satisfaction I tell my customers to try them and if gtheirplaint For sale by C J Haydon = J I Contains 47 12 Acres four a a half miles from Springfield Situated on good pike firstclass and good house barn and buggy house wellwateredl A good home for some one who only wants small place Lakeln it j fjr t5 Samuel R Gum re Samuel II iijuimnpre Vniled States minister to ford eco who has been forced to leave hIs country homo in the flghtlngbetween dungorpusprogrcashlinost umjdr the walls of Tangier is between Anghortt and Ilalsuii tribes tii11time when his men Cjlptl1l the Amer Ict lerdicariaMr 1r ft Juijuiuere weal cony sal jib Tangier ands his iser vices on tills occasion resulted in his appointment aft i lerWr lyd us our uiin 4 ister at the court of his herecfinn uiaj lJo esttbdul Aziz il Peri icaris was cap turel Idle In the evening at his country home maid it was long after midnight when Mr Gtuniuere heard of the affair Despitrj the danger the Aiuerlc in constil leap ed upon his horse and rckte to tiitf scone of fIK abduction snw tt the protectibu of the ladies of the family and depart ed immediately to each a night audi elide with the sultan oft Morocco who was tl us conipeljOd to pay Immediate attention to the subject Chamberlains Cough Remedy Absolutely Harmless The fault of giving children medicine containing injuriQUs substanccsis theesufferingEveryberlains Cough Remedy is perfectly safe for children to takqi It contains nothing harmful and for coughs colds anti croup is unsurpassed For sale bV C J Haydon lllxti Priced WtKK Does it pay to grow pure lived hogs Recently fortyseven pure bred hogs rorGhighest price paid was for a sow and thb amount was 535 Another was sold for 120 which Indicates that hog values are improving Selecting the PreM rThenoting soul marking bf ewes that are to be culled should continue through the yenr The faults of the breeding flock should be observed end If as time progresses individuals are siryr remove them front the flock A Suprise Party A pleasant surprise party may be bytaking Drrewonderfulafforainl sure relief cure and Haydonsdrug McCracken farmers are Pro l testing ngaihhthe increased tax valua tions Deputy Alajrshall McBride of MuhJen terg count y hot and fatally w6unde by unknown Tan who escaped Woodtobury Butler ounty Porter Turner wai struck by a slaband instantly killed Trie Key that Un ackstheDoortoLong Living ninetyyearsfed but thjn spare men who live on slender diet iBe as careful as he will however a man padmiddle age will occasionly eat mu or some arti cottstjtunStomachand Liver Tablets andtd this is done there is no reason why the WageFori Announcements Illinois Central RiR The Illinois Central mantains Double bestIto The best road for othef New OrleansVicksburg GUIf oft Miss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 17 06 Gulfport is aMexcian Gulf Cca t resort having the new fine Southern Hotel Regular ocea steamship sailings from New Orleans PanamaIf4r descriptive mtater in regard to the a love AVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS Havana Cuba is best reachedIvi toNtwinscrew nineteen knot S S PRINCE ARTHUR Havannilsunrise Extremely low tone way and round LouisianathirdTuesday FloridaDailSleeping e thae can be had by addressing Aee DI MaE AatiPaiaPWa 4l Dr Miles AA ti Pain Pills Cure Headache Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also ever other N pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pan Scar AguePainsdown pains Indigestion Diszinesi Nervousness and Sleeplessness t 4r YM k All Pain is Nerve PainPain Is sure to follow any strain or we kenin tinfluence upon the nerves It be cat sed by overexertion heat intense mentaleffort cclds in digestion or any cause that depresses ex ites or agitates the nerves So sensitive are they tiat the least pressure or strain causes suffering By soothing strengthening and quieting the nerves Dr painThey box nder t a guarantee that the first box will benefit or money refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO Elkhart lad Springfield Market tncon + 8JU Tc Sidwt12 JewwTifcrSle par pound Butter = Lrc to 20e potpound CsickouaIIeuaSL Spring Do Dried Rpplog 5c per pound DuekltcHttlrp6undr Corn JeaJ11Sc to Sod par bu41ieL Bga I8c per doiien Feathers 45c per pound FloiirSflOtp ItG1neong per pound Oraln W1 iwit cornCftirQatB HidM8re glI to ibfcc LnrdKte pt r pound s j LimetlOc to 3100 iterlwrrA V Mill producto Beau S1 tdilpatAtd JliM 100poande PdtAtoeeCountry 6Oe Ouiona 100 Snltt and SLID par bnrfal iTurkeys per iwenQ Tallow 4c iwr pound Viiwsiir 9So toloc per galfon WopljfBurry and gr isy 14Ko clear of PBM t 28o Country 1tiorRhum 45c to Q c a peico j Wshington Circuit urtJi W K Marks Surviving Partner Etc Plfcfs vs Florid M Marks Etc D fts Washington claimagainst s deceased will be required to file their notlatermy sittings atmy office m Springfield cJaimsfromMG LEACHMAN MC WC C At Madrid Bend Fulton county Charles Davis shot and killed Charli Edwards Sunday He was arrested an daindicted Monday tried Tuesday convicted and sentenced and Wednesday began twentyoneyear term in the peniten tiary r s Meats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it RoastI SteaknPork Roast tPork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast t Chops aVeal itoastSVial Chops Veal Cutlitts Pickled Pig Fttt gnaaHamBreakf st Bacon Mince reat Fish Every Thursday WednesdayY CARPENTERS MeatlAlarket vaia s ream Kermifuge ITHE iMTF- EDWORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED ONtlf BaLlardSnow Liniment Co QT LOtltS rtO For sale o SUBSCRIBERS C J Hardom Si rlnglieid FREECOLUMN Under this Hiead all poisons wb are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge rfarmLand for solo or for rent not include d bublh sorted in another department the paper at verYlesv rates Mrs Sherman Martin has for sale lockhensuS 11 Campbell Springfield has for foalbyE T Perkins Cardwell has for sale one extragood work mare In foal to Jack RFbroodstineJackasrarsalerels J RA McIntire Route 2 has or sale Poland China boar Will weigh 325 pounds C P Goode Texas has fo ent 80 acres stalk field No3hasBuff Orpington Cockerals hasforMrs C L Grundy Springfield has for sale thorougher bred JBrown Leghorn cocks at 50 cents each i taken at once READ rHas t Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo mar htfornderhastwo doctors had given up to di andithere is none of your medicine than fifteen miles of this lace I would be pleased to hear frori you ssibleSymsonia Kyi I One small bottle of the Texas won fier Malls Great Disc very cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal omis sions weak and lame backsrheumi tism neysandregulates bladder trouble in ciildrem If not sold by yourdruggist it wi be sent by marl on Receipt of 1 One t small bottle is two months treatment xDrforteSUmoniaL r