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Digital page images are linked to the text file. d m = i ft prlug jttu UUx DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OI J r li1 VOLUME n Eilciji EXCITINGTIMES When The NewsLeader Office V Was Discovered to Be I On Fire at Noon Today At 1 oclock this afternoonWednesdayfire was discovered in the office 6f the NewsLeader The fire was first discovered by Judge1 Noe who was re turning from dinner When he opened the door leading into the office a vol Time of smoke issued from the room He gaVe the alarm and in less than five minute the firefighters had the hose attached to the fire plug But here matte idid not work so smoothly one section of the hose being frozen For a few seconds it seemed as if we were going to have a big fire indeed How ecOolbeads Released the defective IectIfl and immense stream of water was thrown upon the flames which had jgaiMd considerable headway but it only required a few seconds to extui jruiih their die lines caught from the stove during the noon hour Aa is wellknown the NewsLeaddr laiibcated on the second floor of the oldOptra House building Below is 10 ate Walter Riedel saloon and above on the third flooris B D Lakes Ci gar Factory Mr Riedel suffered con aifterable damage from the water which yan down in torrents frorpthe News Letter ofice Campbells grocery was also damaged by water Tfee damage to the building is slight Jb tb8 dumage done to the type type eaiaf stoats etc in the NewsLeader office will amount to considerable It is not thewght that machinery is seri ouily daAiaged v However before this canbe decided a test will have to be jivtn the presses i HILLBORO We had a lovely snow Sunday night and its fine on tobacco beds Rev J W E Sutherland attended churchat Springfield last Sunday Quite a crowd from here attended the funeral of Dr Wells at Willisburg Sunday Mrs C M Hines arid daughter Miss Mary Agnes visited Mrs Mit Noe last Sunday Mr J H Coulter and wife were in Mackville last Sunday Mrs Annie Montgomery spent Sundry afternoon with Mrs J M Montgomery Mr ErastuS Perkins of Willisburg was in our midst Saturday and Sunday Mr George Dean who left here to make his home at Cardwell visited his sister Mrs Sam Montgomery Sunday Mr C M Hanes and son Davy and J H Settles returned from the city last Friday where they sold their tobacco they report a good market Mrs John Shewmaker visited her son Will Shewmaker Sunday whose wife is very sick If all reports are true we can report some weddings befere long Miss Maggie Montgonery returned home Sunday after a visit to relatives in Nelson and Spenceicounty accom panied by her uncle Mr I M Wash 4 barn B H McIlvoy and wife were in Springfield shopping Mrs Pearl Sutherland is on the sick listMiss Jennie Noel spent Monday even ing with Misses Maggie and Effie Montgomery Trlren Armstrong and wife were in Spnhgfield Saturday Mrs J H Coulter and daughter Effie were in Springfield Friday shop r disszora Montgomery left Monday for a visit to relatives in Spencer county rnSef Defense Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutionalist Eminence Ky when he was fiercely attacked four years ago by PileS bought a boX of Backlens Arnica Salve of which he says It cured me in ten days and no trouble since Quickest healer of Burns Sores Cuts and Wounds 25c at C J Hay ddn s drug store 4 i i SS PAPERto BARGAINS The Springfield Sun Louisville Daily Heralti and farm and Fireside All Three for 200 remarkadleclubbingofferwhichwe monthThe Sun Daily Herald and Farm and Fireside will be extended through February After that it will be discontinued This is the most liberal offer that will be made during the year and you can hardly afford not to take advantage of it If you do not want The Daily Herald you canI get The Sun and Farm and Fireside oneI year for1t Marriage Announcement Miss Della Grigsby and Mr Charles McCarty will be married at the Coxs Creek Baptist Churchin Nelson county at 10oclock a m Feb 14 The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr Wm Grigsby and a sister of W F Grigsby of this place The groom is a popular young farmer of Nelson county Af ter their marriage theYwill make their home near Fdirfield MOORESVILLE Born since our last letter to the wife of Boone Mattingly a 14 pound son Mr Ham Virgin is quite ill of typhoid pneumonia Several of our neighbors have spld their tobacco crops Prices ranging from 5 to 10 cents per pound Mrs Mary E Weekly is on the sick list iMrs Maggie Pebbet of Louisville is placeMrs her daughter in Indiana IiBorn to the wif of Silas Armstro gIa pBad I t in our cc m munity Mrs W 0 Elliitj1and daughter Miss Nancye were in Springfield Wednes day Mr Bernardall and wife have gone to housekeeping Mr Ham Ye n is still low with typhoid fever Miss Maggie Smith visithd her sister Mrs Ed Bobhtt of Springfield last week Mr Erastus Y tea and mother at tended the funeral pf Walter Wells last Sunday Misses Verna We Is and Essie Rhyne of Tatham Springs are visiting Mrs Ed Yocum Mr Kimberlin moved Saturday to the Henry Mlles farm about six miles below B dstown There Is no railroad agent at Booker now Mr and Mjy Ed Yocum gave a sO- cial last Saturday night in honor of Misses Verna Wells and Essie Rhyne Those present were Misses Katherine Kimberlin Nora Armstrong Amanda Baker Nancye Ellis Djessie and Eunice Weekley Lattye M ttingly andMessrs Carl Yancy Jake Kimberlin Hubert Mattingly George lloul Johnnie Ellis Ben Reddicks Den weekle Johnnie Green and Sam Yoc m- Sheepfled tMr YSaood Wad five ewes killed by a dog Mr Elijah Farris hadseven teen killed and Ar hUr Eddleman had one killed and T DJ Clarkson had five killed v STINNETTI 1Rev Allen filled his regular appoint ment at New Liberty Sunday A large crowd was in attendance James Snyder and Evin Philips were here Saturday on bus ness Clarence Bloxton and wife were the guests of Richard Bloxton of this place Sunday I Miss Maud Redmon is the guest of Mrs Bettie Adams th s week Miss Rose Leathers was the guest of friends here last wee VimBureI1lastMr MCGinnis and wife visited Dr Adams last week Z Y Hill has his new blacksmith shop completed at this place Bank pf Waddy She lby counas signed Assets and lia jjlities have not Been made known II 4 t i m T iAiJACK McCHQRD T Recent Inter Colle late De n 1a ContestriIc t 5 3333 33333 13 33333i3 3333 33 333i333333 33 33 BARNBURNED Dee Riley Loses Barn Two Fine Horses 1 00 Barrels of Corn and Farming Implements On last Friday morning about 10 oclock the barn on the old Taylor Harmon place four miles from town on the Mackville and Springfield pike was destroyed by fire Mr Dee Riley is living on the farm and his loss is quite severe one Two good animalsone good work horse the other an exceptionally fine mare were burned to death besides all fanning implements gearing etc In the barn list the time were 100 barrels of corn about three tons of hay and other feed stuff all of flamesMrto 200 but the loss is between 800 and 1000 i The fire is supposed to have originat ed as apesult of a hired hand taking a in loft GOODPOSITION Mr Hugh Noe has a position with the Interna tional Harvester Co and will begin work 14onayMr Noe will travel in Washington Casey Bovle Marion and Mercer counties The position is a good one one that requires a responsible mah The company could not have se- lected1one who will give them better servIce Hugh Noe He is an ex cellant business man and an affable gentleman and we predict hat the company will be thoroughly satisfied with his work I MACKVILLE Some of our citizens say they are glad to see the snow which fell last night as snow has been scarce this i winter Friday was ground hog day and if there should be any truth in the old proverb we are to have some winter yetSome of the Mackville boys have a pet ground hog and a house for him but he was well kept in and did not get a peep at thebeautiful day of sunshine Quite a number from this place at tended the funeral of Walter Wells at Willisburg Sunday Jeff Johnson of Harrodsburg is visiting relatives here W P Hatchett and John Riley spent Thursday night at the home of Uriah Shewmaker Mrs Ben Powell is quite sickof pneumonia Mrs Mittie Hatchett was in Spring field last fnnieHaydonday Dr W T Barnett was in Louisville last week Mrs Parlee Isham who has been ill for some time continues very low Mrs Carrie Lester who has pneu monia is some better Little Jimmy Sharp is also sick of pneumonia With best wishes for The Sun X ujscrieorh 1loLOD year f I Death of Mrs Steele Died at the home of her daughter on last Thursday morning at 8 oclock Mrs Nancy Steele wife of Mr Harri son Steele She was taken suddenly ill on Saturday night of pneumonia and suffered intensely until Thursday morn ing when God beckoned and she quietly obeyed His blessed call All that two noble physicians and a loving husband and children could do was in vain She was 83 years of age and had been married 64 years She was of a noble dis- positionwas good to everybody her kind words and smiling face made her always a welcome guest After the funeral services which were conducted by Rev Simms the body was laid to rsst in the cemete at Willisbu and4threedaugh Our Wa er Works Says the Glasgow Times Franklin Elizabethtown Madisonville Litch field Stanford Lancaster Cadiz Greenville Princeton Bardstown Rus sellville Springfield and twenty other cities of Kentucky are in the same municipal class with Glasgow but when it comes to water works Glasgow is in cass all by herself r J has a fifteen acre lake 1twentyfive feet of water in it The water passes through two immense filters and then with 100 pounds of pressure behind it is forced into Spring field It is pureand as clear as a crystal it is absolutely free from all poisonous matter the lake being located in the suburbs of the town just over the hill therefore nb im pure drainage or seepage finds its way into the body of water The same plant makes our ice and supplies bur electric lights And there are none better Now what sort of a system has Glasgow jDeath of a Child George the little sevenmont sold son of Mr and Mrs Ru lage Wharton of near town died last Thursday after noon at 1 oclock of pneumonia and its body was interred in tl e cemetery here Friday morning The little one was suddenly stricken and its life was dis paired Of almost fromthe beginning of its illness The child although yet a mere infant was bright and unusually interesting The friends of Mr and Mrs Wharton sympathise with them iIi the loss of their baby Galvestons Sea WalL makes life now as safe in that cjty as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He NewDiscoveryyearstlndit keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for years had been growing worse Now its gone Cures Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pn umonia Pleasant to take HaydonsTrial bottle free Lexington s after next meeting of Kentucky St te Grange to be held next October Smiths Grove is a dry town and the lid is on tight it issaid BAD MEN Kirt Bell Henry Bell and William Ackridge Captured in Taylor t County Louisville Herald One of the most important raids ever made in Kentucky was carried through to a successful conclusion Mondaynight by United States authoritiesNand three men were arrested on the charge of moonshining and a large stock of whisky together with the most complete and effective paraphernalia owned by moonshiners talced into custody recently was secured The raid took place in Taylor county several miles from Campbells ville the county seat and was made after an investigation of many weeks by the authorities Kirt Bell Henry Bell and William Ackridge were arrested and were taken to Campbellsville and jailed pending the arrest of others believed to be im plicated Warrants for the arrest of all concerned were secured here Mon day when Jefferson Cundiff Deputy United States Marshal returned from Taylor county after having gath ered evidence to show that moonshining waTbeing done Those in the raiding party were Revenue Agent T J Parrott and Deputies Cundiff Barlow and Reynolds The story has been kept secret by the authorities there and in Louisville as other men are to be arrested shortly But it was learned that the work of the moonshiners showed that they had been carrying on operations fur a long while and that they had produced an immense amonnt of liquor illicitly No one has been arrested in Baylor county on this charge recently and it Had been supposed until a short time ago that with the breaking up of the gang of moonshiners in Hardin county the Revenue Agent would have little work to do in the immediate future Rev Gates Remarkable Revival Kentucky Standard Rev Cates who is well known in Nelson county having been at one time pastor of the Coxs Creek church is conducting a great meeting at Paducha The meet ing has now been going on about eight weeks and there have been 485 additions to the Baptist church in which he is holding th4 meeting and over a hun dred to other curches The revival is having a wonderful effect on PadQcha and the interest continues to increase Rev Cates is a brotherinlaw of Mr E S Wigginton of Bardstown and has held remarkable revivals at Leba non Junction lBuffalo and other points in this section of the State Card of Thanks We desire to thank qur friends for their kindness in rendering their assistance in our late bereavements- A B Wells and family Far 4nacd Stock Sales Kentucky Standard At the recent sale of personal prop erty of George Kobinson near Fair field stock etc sold as follows 25 Stock ewes 685 per head 25 ewes 610 per head Jersey cows 50 cow andcalf 41 old Jersey cow 28 brood mare 71r small mare 120 bay horse72 blemihsed foupyearold horse mule 80 bay mare 50 seven shoats 150 pounds each 650 per head 110 pound hogs 7 fat hogs 600 pounds 24 400pound hogs 17 three 190pound hogs1l050 each sow and nine pigs 3050 sow and six pigs 24 two brood sows 1050 and 12 800 bushels of corn in shuck in 100 bushels lots sold at 41 to 45 cents per bushel lily Mr Eugene B of Louisville has traded his farm nearSamuels to Mr James Edwards of Boston for business property etc at Lebanon Junction Mr Willis Ballard of Bardstown has sold his farm near the Gilkeys Run turnpike several miles from Bardstown td Mr JdmesW Hutceins for 3450 Mr Val Frey has sold his farm to Mrs Kate C Davis for 5378 The place is situated near Early Times nd contains 250 acres We understand Mr Frey and children will remove to Lou isville W H Nall of Tonieville Warren county has a female setter dog that has just weaned a Pig which she nurse d for months LLOYD CLARKSON Gets Bullet In Leg Intended For Another Will Walker a negro and Lee I Done a white boy became engaged in i diffi culty near the depot this aft moon oversome trivial matter the f Mmer pulled arevolver and shot Th ball missed its mark and struck Mr jloyd Clarksonin the leg breaking th leg Both the negro and the white boy have been arrested la Tribute to Walter Well Friends who have loved me are slipping away silently onward they lide As the seasons come and go mess ages bring us sad news of the departure of loved ones We quote When I remembe all the friends so linked together Ive seen around me fade like leaves in w ntry weather I feel like one who t cads alone some banquet hall deserted garlandsdeadas our friend companion and sc lool r Fnoblean Alwise God deemed it best to stretch forth His loving arms and say unto his faithful servant vThy Mission is done well done thou wood and faithful servant s1eptrfOropens the palace of eternity Walter the youngest son oland Mrs A B Wells left this life Febru I 21906 He toawas kept two days and nights at his home in Willisburg His casket Wrcovered with a sheet of lovely presented by the K O Tl JT and floral designs from the parents sister and brothers four young ladies from Louisville and his physician who nursed him so tenderly It is said that ono so young and with such bright prospects should be called from eutb but knows bestILoved ones sorrow not your son bas gone to make the course of glory r butlato meet him where sorrow pain and parting will be no more We can not ISdeadcheery smile and a wave of the hand he has wandered into an unknown landr and left us dreaming very fair it must be since he lingers there Thitlkof him still the same Walter isnot dead he is just away1M B M Resolutionsf Respect I At a meeting of the West Tent No 63 Willisburg Ky held Feb 2 1906 the following preamble and resolutions were adopted WHEREAS It has pleased the Great Architect of the universe to remove from our midst our late sir Knight Walter Lee Wells WHEREAS Itis but fitting that a recognition of hts ability to build up in lifQ be had Resolved By West Tent No 63 while we bow with humble submission to the will of the most high we do not whohasResolved That in the death of Wal ter Lee Wells this tent laments the loss of a sir Knight who was ever ready to prefer the hand of aid and the voice of sympathy to the needy and dis tresedof the fraternity and active members of this tent whose utmost en deavors were exerted for its welfare Resolved That we sincerely condole with the family of the deceased on the dispensation with which it has pleased Divine Providence to afflict them and commend them for consolation to Him who orders all things for the best arid whose chastisements are ment in met cy Resolved That these resolutions be spread upon the records of the tent and a copy of them be transmitted to tine father mother sister and brothers and to each of the newspapers of the cou i tycResolved That as a mark of respect and honor to the memory of our de cbarterL W JBNKDsS W P CHEATHAM r 5J OEM G01ID N 1 Committees TilE SPU fir ELD SIN RDNEDAY FHFIHRY 7 19f6 Y I Springfields Graded bcLpol fitilding I SBO rt COLVIN AB H PRINCIPAL V Teacher of High School Department and of locution 1 STbe School Briefly jlrwe were asked whatone institution wore than another determines the character of a community we would unhesitatingly answer its schools This is peculiarly true in a country such as ours where men are esteemed for what they are rather than for whence they came for worth rather than birth Our schools determine our homes our schools and our homes determine our lives These are the foundations of our social commercial and civil fabric Tile most of modern evils of which we justly complain are traceable to imperfect or neglected education Even conscience is a matter of educa tion and statistics tell us that most of the criminals come from the ignorant In forty seven counties in Kentucky 20 per cent of the population cap neither read nor write and in these counties v lawlessness goes hand in hand with illiteracy It is poor economy to rot the school to support prison The general laws of our Comn1t onwealth do not sufficiently provide tfbr our educational facilities and as a consequence there is at present a Ayell defined and general movement toward some Belter plan The recognition of this imperfec Lion in our school system has led to the establishment of Graded schools in many towns and in fill our cities and the success of the experiment everywhere has proved its wisdom Under the common choolsystem the terms were too short toobtain the best results and the money allowed by the State insufficient W securethe best professional talentjrdnd when private on subscrptionfchoQls were tried they were and were lacking iri uniformity in course or method The result was that boys arid girls lost several years in preparing for collegiate courses and when they were not able togo to collegeas was the case with the majority the opportunity to acquire an education was lost forever The Graded School System met both these evils The term was extended from five or sijc to ten months the pupils properly graded as they could not be under thold system by local taxation the tristees were able to se cure the best professional talent to be hadand a commn course adopted not only preparing tl ose who desire to take the college tour e without loss of time but affording th se who did not or could not take a course af instruction thorough enough to meet practical needs Seme three y ars agog the leading citizens of Springfield thro concentrated and untiring efFo rt secured the establishment of a Gr ded School procure desirable ground conveniently 10 and had builta magnificent brick bujJcl lingof eight roes heatedand ventilated by the best modern methoCS wit a seating capnci f sufficient to accomo date four hundred pupils Many that time were o posed to the plan an objected that the tax would be a bur den and that the uilding was unnecess ary as not more t han two hundred pup tjr eeelI eele ee Ii FAR MEist V Northjern tittn Se d Timothy Blue G aSStEtc Our prices are awny rcasihlrtblc Vhen you want anything in tlii line giv u a citll t PLOW We art a eats for the b1Ii FIlM ior V Vashington county and Syracuse HiUsideiPow lWhcs areIthe bestiWELL BR 8 = r Teachers In Springfield Graded SChOOf II Miss Jennie Koikiing Teacher of Sixth Grade graduate of St Cather ines andof Normal De tartinentR of Lebanon 0 College CounItY Walter Hume Teacher of Seventh- GradegraduateSpringfieldHighb ho61 of Harrodsburg Academy nbtiiial course Three years experience in countyand Graded SchoolsY ila had attended the free school Yet the success of the school in its two years experience has silenced all obJgct tions even converted its former oppon ents into enthusiastic supporters Last year over four hundred poys and girls were enrolled Property has rapidly aDprecYsfted in value new corners being attracted by our school and every business house in town has felt a hew trade impulse from it These are the immediate benefits but the greater benefits are yet to come in a better educated community and county The next generation will have even greater cause for pride in our school Not the least encouraging feature of the school Is the unaminity with which it is sup ported Being strictly nonsectarian in its board and in its conduct it recieves the generous support of Catholics Bap tists Methodists Presbyterians and Disciples It is doubtfulif unywhor- else in our State can be found a com munity where all its people work so harmoniously together for its common good The school reflects this condition Fellowship and good will for all pro vail All for oath and each for all and chardzcs age is rot confined alone to Spring attracthjoining counties so that last year more outsiddThe school has just entered on tho second term of its second year and its enrollment exceeds that of last year at the same date Its curricula embraces a com pre hensioncoursoof instruction thro the common intermediate and high school and collegiate branches It prepares its pupils for entrance into the second yearnof all Southern Colleges andequips its graduates with rt thorough Fdue tional foundation for life Its grad uates are fitted for examinations for County and State certificates to t ch- It teaches ill thd branches taught in Normal Scl odls and at the close of the school year in JKlay a special course of two months is given to those who wish to take the county examinations It undertlte conduclaf ale corpse of 4Jexperienced teachers employs the latest methods in ita primary department It makes a specialty of elocu tion and its pupils are thoroughly drilled in public slpeaking reciting and debating The department is un der the control of Miss Bettio Irvine whose s ess n 1It teacher is attested by the coJlenc nd skill of the plying of thja pupils under her charge Athletics are encouagcd to the end that the development of mind and body may go together With sucheducational advantages can we not congratulate ourselves With such opportunities must ignorance not he r ard1clis doubly a crime See to It fathers and mothers that your chillrdn lose none of the benefits offered Wliatflivdr else you leave them givu tbeuuacund minds in sound bodies well ttevelnped and trained faculties fitr Miss Ella Duncan T ac her of Second and Third Grades graduate of Valparaiso Normal school Twentytwo gradedIcounties nIIt t s FilthGr1deCchool and of Nelson Normal Eujht GradedSchools a them to be leaders in hfes battles This is the day of educated men and women The ignorant are h Ipless The farm the store the shop t e pro fessions all are demanding educated men The questions of most moment now arc to be answered by ou children As you answer your children s cry for knowledge so will they answers these CORNELL BOYS MUST SWIM New Order Make SivlnimitiK Re iiulrcmcnt For Graduation fIn view of the fact that recent wars have conclusively demonstrated that a soldier who cnimot swim Is so much dead timber In the command and the United States now refuses to graduate from West Point or Annapolis cadets who are unable to swim np student will be credited with n passing mark for the spring terms drill who hits not Ineswimming satisfactory to the professor of physical culture This order recently Issued by Cap tutu Frank A Barton commandant of the corps of cadets of Cornell unlvcr slty practically makes swinimhig a re quirement for graduation from Cornell says a special dispatch from Ithaca N Y to the New York Globe Mill tnif drill Is required of nil male stu debtS In four year courses The rule Is thus far reaching In Its effects and makes Cornell thfc only col lege In the country to requIre a swim mInI test for the satisfactory completion of Its courses Subscribe for The Sun 100 year wc ass r rJI MiRRiBISIIo Roberts Teacher of Fourth Grade Grndunte of Covinjrton High School Poet of her clues Five years experience in private public and graded chq Ils Miss Emma NoonanTeacher of First Gradegraduate of St Catherines and Collegeperience in graded schools of Arkansas and Kentucky Making Perches 11 There Is no advantage In perches one above another stalrfusl1 ion lu the hypotenuse of a trlaugle distancesofbe measured on the base Of the trian gle from the fact that the droppings fall perpenUIcularlyj They should be far enough apart tol ayold soiling the Ofjspilcelnperch to the next and so on to the highest and then quarrel They all want the highest place It Is preferable to have theperches placed on a lev el platform to catch the droppings It may be just high enough to be handy in cleaning and the perches about one foot above It All perches should be appllcaIevery part Perches should be at least two Inches wide and rest firmly In a slot or mortise Fowls will cling to one edge of a wide perch and the width wIlt give opportunity to rest the weight on the shanks A very narrow perch makes Ituecgssary to bear the weight on the breastbone mainly in one spot and thus It becomes bent to one side This deformity Is caused In many instances by4 roostingon tb chimb of a barrel or on the small limbs of trees Feather Three banks of Carter county have deppsits aggregating 17505133 while four in Fleming county have 62137800 i 1l iIl Miss Bettie IrwinTeac er of Mt sic radutc of Caldwell Co lego and of CincinnatI Conservator specializing On Five years e perienue ns as teacherz mpsonTeaCher at Eight Grade graduate of Indianapolis Man ual Training and High Sch wl Two years at ethlchem College First years experience at teaching BLACKSMITHING HORSE IHOEINI I have established a black mith shop onehalf mile from Springfie d on east Texas and Danville H rses shod new shoes SOcaround old hoes 40c around Buggy and wagon repairing at lowest prices I have tWil em played RICHARD RILEY pdlO Carriage Shop I am prepared to do all of ylur wood work repairing at the most reason able price FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done sateI debug gyandspring wagon and one second spring wagon Buggy ti Jmming of all on hand W H BOND July looo SpringfiWtKy s Sringfield Sun l Daily Herald Farm and Fireside ALL THREE PAPERS ONE YEAR 2 s SPRING OPENINGj AJr Swaffield representing the Globe Tailoring COlwili be with me in Springfield MONLAYANDTJESbAY FEBRUARY 12 and 13rT Also part of the day Wednesday the 14tn and I will hold my SprinB Qpdnhig j l Youj t tJL j ft W T LACHMAN letert1 lcel8 a I f rTilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY PEBRUAJRYrT 1906 rJ j B J i = t J Bt IJi L Ir t i j cj j J 1 f I I L Frf 1 j 1 iC I i d j r fr 4ungJrua y I The Springfield Sun and Farm and firesi eboth apersjone year for SXt i a 00D fjf 1If J t tt l i l yitf r ywa aifr i LiThe Louisville Daily ileraki t afei 0tl i r t j Itftr 1 m J4J1 f r lij Sftf i Or j200 for all three papers one ai j i1f t lt t immu =15roU t 1L 0 j Since extending thisoller to our subscriberscQrn lnenringa5 ah immense spJ cry tIb fe were so we11 aSt d with the business done that we wrote to e Herald and Farm pd I ii side ii tJ t l F tl ti Jr througha Feb y fhey granted t After this rnaritz the o r will br withdrawn 1 j i f f4 THE mIi5N lfEZ NU 1 II J r vr fl4JmftJI 2 f i jI t1 irit t I jy f t t t Ti f tfi t Ifltr f J h I t- cJ a p t I T = TiLOST HILDt THe Newspapers of the Country Are Asked to Find Child of Indiana Doctor The folio wing is taken from The New Hstrmony Times of Pose county Indi ana If the editor of every paper in tho central west Will republish these lines thotcii nOque tlOn but w i1 Dr L Byers of Seeleyville Ind will re cover his little son who was stolen from his home one year ago last May Dn Byers has spent his entire fortune in search for his child and unless the big hearted wholesouled membtrs of the press come to Jiifcrnssistance his son will trr w up an o Claw and an out thoIcan a ening of tie heart and a sympathetic throb It s believed that if this arti cle is reprinted in the newspapers it will form kn endlefis chain that will uncover tjha lost boys concealment and rotura him to his fdkitmctcd parents In doing this the profession of journal isrn will bo fulfilling Qne of its highest dost ies Put Usher whose circulations touch valithelcys ire a pecially requested to repro duct this s Ory of the lost child as Dr Byersi believes his boy is now on the river iqa lOUse boa t waiting to take the road in the Springj There is a re + 1 4 a t +9 + SINGC I W II t is a jolly old soul CIa jolly old soul is he He brightens the lo m of the stormy wintry nights and defies JackF ost wl tlstkeepmgus warm Who doesnt love a bright coal fire with its low of cheer COAL THAT WARMS that drives away theb1 ies that is worth all asked for it is the kind to be had at my yard Read this and phone an order I pJO BUYonesiMHi iui WtT+ I + COIIlthis Company enable you to tzlK almost w anywhere in Southern Indlana Southern H- lUinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana can put yQ in quick and satisfactory communlcatio i With the people of this great section of th 9 country solicit y our patronage Rates reason j aljle Equipments and facilities unsur pa sea iiOAMES E CALDWELL LELANDHUME rD WEBB a Genl Mnfcn saqyt Aast ten l Mjcr Treaaur x ward of 500 awaiting any information that will lead to thq boys re covery No questions will be asked and if the abductor himself would tie liver the bqyt hispiirentB he would not be molested The beroaVbd pnr tarts are heart broken with grief and want only their child If each jour nal will reprint these lures they will travel to every exchange tablotin the United States and bring back to a wretched home a child who is how no doubt suffering with cold unfed and Wretched to a degree Think of what your own feelings would be under simi lar circumstances This appeal is indicted originallV by a publisher who saw Dr layers only on ohas no per sonal interest in his quest other than the fond of sympathy that makes the word akin and is inspired from the belief that the lost boy can only found through the united effort of OI country press of which he is proud fo be a member His recover will boai triumph in the advertising and hoj editor whose heart is placed right will refuse this appeal Remember iL may be yours next The following is a descriptor of the lost boy DESCRIPTION Richmond Byers if alive was six years old last July is of light complex iqn hqs gray eyes left eye is notice crossed hasa small V shaped the edge of the left ear haha hin and a narrow and project niCkjin He is rather small for and is unusually bright and takiug after the manner of a older Dr Byers has searched among the roving bands that frequent the United States and believes that his son can be found among travelling junk dealers socalled horse traders or movers He does not think the boy was stolen by genuine gypsies He thinks hewas taken by a wondering band that used him for thei porpose of begging in the towns along the route- Exchanges please copy The Nail Skin j Never cut the cuticle tit the base of the nail unless it Is very ragged then pass the curved blade under for the purpose that the outside may not be qtlyselvage has been cut If a fairly stiff brush is used on the hands there will be no need for scraping under the nails with a Cleaner of any sOrt When this Is once boguu the skin gets rough and dirt accumulates The Incubator on The Farm It Is Imrd to jtft hens to sit In winter ttiul alniost nwwwmry for the farmer to use iiirulmtora to rids broilers iii time to bring rite best prices says 4nicricHii Cultivator This Incubator on Ibp farm Is being brotl lit to more protituble use every year There is no doubt that tbe Ipculmtor nd brooder nrctbwi ofraislng eblcUous a wonder enl improvement on the hen method It Is cheaper mad a greater number of- foWls can be riiisod froii the same nutiibtiof eggs lIens cophe trade to iVy nearly double us uiany gsa if theY ngoatIIng the hens Woik lu cubator is no longer flu cxporimcnt clttmnclllnlsonmade li buying any one of half a dozen are guaranteed to give satisfaction NervousWorilO If you arc in this condition your nerve force is weakthep- owcr is giving out the or gansof your bedhave slowed up and do th ir work- imPerfcctlYThis failure to do the work rcquirc 1clogs thess stein and brings distress and disease When the nerves are weak tire heart 1s1 unable to force the liregivit blood through your veins tlip stom lach fails to digest foot j the kidneys lack power to filter impurities Croni lthe blood and the poisonous waste remains in tile system to breed disease Nerve energy must e restored- Dr Miles Nervine will do it because if strengthens the nerves it isa nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the 1tirenerv ussystemISeveral years ago I jras nit broken down J was nervous orhout could not and was ln conalant I dodtored for months and finally ttu doctor said ho could do nothing frrr me I began taking Dr Miles eightbottleshealthy and poundsH108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pa Dr Miles Nervine Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If t falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkjiart Ind 1 t Sir Caspar Purdon Clarke The new director oC the Metropolitan nummm in owYork Sir Ca liur Iur lon Chance IS flftyoJglit yrars of agcI tad for ail tit years WSK coniiectc Pith the South Yeu IingfollmltsttJtnln- London lie vns art director 0f tt1t museum foi ten years previous to as suming his present post and collected treasures for it from the orient unit other portions of the world Though he bears a title the director of the Metropolitan Is essentially a self made man and is democratic and approachable v How to Care For Wet Clothes Clot es which have beep wet In the rain should be carefully dried before being hung away says the New York Journal or they will mildew They should be lightly wiped with a dry cloth or shaken and then spread out to dry Should there be creases when dry they should be pressed under muslin Another thing to remember in rainy weather is flint nothing takes the freshness and beauty out of gar raents like rain It is advisable to have older garments for rainy days Even the dampness of the atmosphere will render clots limp and shabbir though the ralhmay not fall directly upon them Sensational Elppn entct V J Anderson News Much excitement was created in Tyrone last Thursday by the annoiinement thatfMr Ernest Viley a wellkn qwn tobacco grower of Woodford county had eloped with his wifes shcteenYearoldsSster Miss Fannie Galloway one of the prettiest young girls of that little eityi Some a 14 lIJI 1 years ago Wiley fevvas married to Miss Nellie Galloway jmd the younger sis ter was a frequent visitor at his house lAs the young girl cleyplpped into wo mnnhood he became smi t n with her charms so far rts outward indicabut tions go his married life vas one of happiness and contentment On Thursday Wiley started forthe ppsroffice in Tyrone and passing the Galloway home asked Miss Fannie to go with him which she did notwithstanding the objections of her mother Returning r while the mother was in the rear of the house they got her tunk out of the house and started for to buggy which was waiting at a convenient point Them er started in pursuit reI 1J the mother stopped togather upthe the scattered articles Wiley and Fan nie succeeded in getting tothe vehicle and drove hastily toward Versailles However they turned off before that city was reached and it seems have completely disappeared as no trace of their movements can be found The elopement comes as a distinct shock to the entire community and the de serted wife has the sympathy qf all who know her- S Farms and Business Prollertyf FOR SALE W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 150 acres Anderson county Ky near Santa improved and good 3500rl60 aches Grant county Ky excellent farm arid bargain at 22 168 acres Mercer county handsomely improved in grass ten years at 55 154 acres Mercer 8525024Ocor county Ky good improvements at ellJIPOvcdthreeacres near Burgin good farm 3750 120 acres six miles from Harrodsburgv on Lexington at 75 exctt h56 acres 3 miles Harrodsburg dn pike m grass 2 houses 2380 184 acres six mlles from Harrodsburggbod grass farm largerfarmBurgin 1600 Business Livery Stable at HHarrodsburg arid residence adjoining 4700 rents forS37 a month or stable fot 3200 Stable rented to January 1 1907 at 25 a month Store nbne block Railroad towftMfercer county Mother fine trade 2500 Also farms and other nlOptrtYi o all kinds I have buyers for Valu4tortc- ounty farms list yours th wnow and I will sell it f 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday February 7 1906 a ittY ISSUED EvERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance j ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher teredatthe postofflceatSprinsd e1d for transmission throug the l mans as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONI Yeari1- 003onthsf 60c o Month 25 twin writing to have your addreea changed Iwars tflva the postof ce to which your paper youtSHEEP KILLING DOCS AND POODLES A bill has been passed through both Houses of tjie Legislature putting a tax of i on each dog at fallow owns The Governor will sign the bill and it will become a law A wholesale slaugh fer of dogs will then take place Ihrougfiput the State and many a Good Old Dog Tray will go up the spout But it ont be the poodle purpsit wont be these little stunted runty wooly ca nines that lounge around in the laps of domestically untutored girls while their mammas are out a the woodpile apicking up chips with which to fry the bacon it wont be these the poodles will find a Moses to lead them Bet your buttons daddyll walk- up and pay that one dollar And will go without them twp new suits of summer underwear Ah no twont be the poodles But it Win be those sleek blac and brown curs those pretty shepherds and noisy rat terriers the daily companions of the littl boys out in the country that be led to the slaughter it will b the faithful old dog that has stood guard over the premises for a long long timeit will be the devoted old Spot who chased the tramp away while the men folk were down in the field plowing 1 Thus the dogkilling matter is sued up just about asit will happen We believe honestly believ- that it would be a capital ide to shoot the daylights out of evr cry poodle in the country Of course poodles dont killsheep but they keep Sweet rare from the dust rag and the dish- toweL We might top say that poodles to a certain extent interfere with the sheep industry Here is theproof Mother always refersto T Sweet Marie sherci lamb Of courise lambs are young sneep young mutton This beiriH true we take the jW sition th in poodles are a pije t draw ba lrto the lamb in qusIt EIIare quite ure that some softot a dog law ia necessary The raids being arerappalling and certainly a preq ventive iteededIio Wool a mighty essential artickle indeed it is absolutely necessary because thelgjals must have stockings the bcjys must have socks and the women folk must have their mittens Perhaps there are somewho rellish sheep meat plain mutto but so far as we are concern d wed just about soon have a mess of dog All worthlss dogs ought to be a hastily disp tched they are dan a gerous nuisa ices but when the time comes f DF Faithful Old Tow seror Old igor Old Shep to be led to the slaughter pen when the deatjib ow is dealt when only a dog is dead you may honestly say that one ot you truest nobles f and most gener ous friends p ints his toes to theJ daisies LABOR QUESTION About the only solution to the farnilabor pr blem is a Swiss Colony Tha s the way Shelby county solvea the matter other counties twill ultimately pretty soon at thatbe con Shelbystootsteps ton county have already com menced their annual search for springtime laborers they are having the usual hard time in finding willing hands All relia ble negro me land white farm hands have employment an those who ari out ofa job iniks ge t ng over A Swiss colony is what is giveever to Iree a whip till he i mps like a k rpo Joe Connors Sale At the sale of personal property Mr Joe Connor which took place at Fredericktown realized the following 1960etavo Y rs cows 22 Land 2350 two y arling horse mules 15875 twoyearold mare mule 170 nineyearold fanr mare 172 two yearoldmare lV pair horse mules seven and eight ears old 300 fly year old horse 12f25 Corn sold at 4 to 44 cents mixed hay 44 to 5 cents per hundred A large crowd was resent and biddi n wiUlocatewill engage infarm ng = A Cold On the Chest II IWOiDllll t t I It Always Unumftrtaklt Mi Oftm Dangiraus t This is the season for colds and you will be wise to provide your self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup NeWectbf a e11knownlunCConstructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure a fresh cold sad will relieve even the most obstinate cough of Jong tanding rTlwpriceis only 25 cents per bottle Lots of other kinds ahd other Acin hereC J HAYDOCORNER DRUG STORE l r The Sun oving- Tomorrowif zero weather dosent prevent swewill move The Sun qf J fice from the Opera Ilouse building a building recently occupied by the lovebCounty Clerks office across from court house The building has recently been remodled an addition haying also been built in the rear and when we b comecsett1edin our new which we think will be within the next day or two we be leive that we will have one of the nicest arranged countryoffices in the State Come to see us SPARROW The recent sale of Rome Eddington was well attended and everything sold i for good prices iWilliam Coulter sold to Milton Shields sow and seven pigs for 25 W R MooreT bought of John Trent sow and eight pigs for 21 G H Dadisman bought atthe sale ot Rome Eddington a fouryearold mare for 1091wM Crossfield sold to Thomas Grundy three Yearling steers for 159 also eight hogs at 5 per head Mrs Robert Morgan and little daugh spentra few days last week with her mother this place J C Stewart and J N Adkins were in Louisville last Thursday seeing after their tobacco Dr W T Barnett of Mackville was called here to see Mrs James Bus gin last Sunday who is very ill at present Will Royalty and Will Sparrow were in our midst one day last week buying hogs iJ H Dadisman has moved to the he recently purchased of James SparrowiMrs S E Vowles who has been confined to her bed for oyer four months from the effects of a fall is not doing so well Mrs W R Moore still continues on the sick list Mrs Lucy Leathers who has been confined to her bed with pneumonia- we are glad to report is much better sodare to have six weeks more winter for the groundhog certainly did see his shadow Samdbyelast Thursday night Mrs Mary E Matthis entertained- e last Wednesday night by giving a largeacrowd wa present andan enjoyable evening was spent Notice ofAll persons having claims against the estate of J F Gribbins deceased are hereby r nested to present same prop erlyproi en to the undersigned on or before ay 1 1906 J W C McCHORD T S MAYES Springfield Ky eMr S M Campbell reports thee fol lowing c urt day sales at Harrods urg last Mon ay One p ir of work horses 140 one 35gone sad e horse 103 one threeyear old colt 90 horse and buggy 35 one new ste tire btggy X35 one new rub ber tire I uggy 60 l IorSale V Nice pie ce of property well located 5500 wo th of improvements and 50 acres of U nd throwri in All for 5500 For furth r particulars call onJMcElroy Wharto i at once upll Mystery Solved How t keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mys ery that DrKingaNeirLif Pille sol vet for me writes John N Pleasant o Magnolia IndTheonlpills that are guaranteed to give perfect satisfactio to everybody or re Haydonsdr s Alderman Miller of Paducah while trying to locate some property stolen from him was robbed of his purse watch and chaint aeaeaeoeaeoeaeaeceaeaeaeao e HA YDONo e 0o BURTONo UMDETkEI tt SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 7a0ooQtiGe 0- egoOOQeoggoeggQeo J1 n l I II 11tII T THE BIG STORE I I tr 1 O0Ir r DOLLAR CORSETS I To closeout at the Redlculous Low Price O i 1 I 68I This lot comprises dome very good styles all of the popular W B and FLEXIBONE makes They certainly will not remain with us very long a t this price so we advise you to come early and get choice 1 II SAlETTI Our New Spring White Goods Linens Embroideries Laces long Cloths Bleached Cottons Cambrics Sheetings fc We invite you to call and see them lust received new sock of Lice Curtains ranging from 1 1II I ROBERTSON BROSMT WILLISBURG Our farmers here are making ilarge preparations for farming Some are beginning to break their land Capt Bright and his crew of hands will move to Springfield this week We are sorry Mr Bright is going to leave us he has a host of friends here M A and J W Shirley sold to Geo G Colvin 25 acres of land for 650 W S Gibbs was in Shelby and Anderson county last week buying stock Oscar Shirley spent last Sunday with his cousin t J W Shirley Ed Birch and family spent Sunday with w S Gibbs J Mrs Fanny Birch and Miss Bell Birch pent Wednesday of last week W ith MrstRichardYoung Roy Walls was in our midst last Sun day afternoon Elbridge Pinkston and Howard Tat ham of Litsey spent Sunday at the home of J W Shirley Robert Sutherland of Chaplin spent Sunday with his uncle J T Sutherland of this place Miss MaY me B Merritt a charming young lady of our town visited at Hills boro one day last week Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstrong visited at the home of AV E Pinkston last Sunday We are Keelingmuch improved after an illness of pneumonia lateeters parents BYMrs Bob Charlie and granddaugter Miss Moore visited here one day last week John Horn of Harrodsburg visited relatives here one day last week I George G Colvin who has been visiting relatives here has returned back to Dekalb Ill Miss Lula Trent spent a few days here lastweek Will Sims and family spent last Sun day with W L Jenkins Mrs Len Riley of Mackville visited her daughter Mrs Lafe Harlow last Sunday Mrs Harrison Steel who died at her home near Mackville last Thursday was hurried here last Friday Mrs Steel had a host of friends in this vicin ity who regretted to hear of her death PROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT phase Blanton of Boston is the guest W S Gibbs ilacH Sharp sold a fine horse to W S Gibbs ist week for 100 Dr M Grume and Oscar Shew maker of Louisville were summoned to our own last Saturdayon account of the death of W L Wells obert Sutherland and sister IMr Eta of Chaplin spent Sunday at T Sutherlands Rice Armstrong has returned home a tel an extended visit to Mc Afee We are glad to reportno one serious ly ill th s week Mrs uq Shewmaker of Moreland has ret rned home after a visit with relatives at this place l A L JJackson was called to Springfield on business this wfeefc Mr iH Gray and sister of Polin spent Sunday at this place The End of The World of troubles that robbed H Wolfe of Bear Grove la of all usefulness came when hentaking Electric Bitters He writes Two Kidney trouble caused me greatsJffenng which I would never have had Tnot taken El ctric Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liv r and Kidney com plaints Blood diseases Headache Diz ziness ah Weakness or bodily decline HaydonsGarret Gray Trigg county farmer became i sane it is said because of a bad land deal he made ZION Mrs J N Hays and Mrs J B Wil Hams spent last Friday with Mrs K tie WilliamsMiss Hunter of Bloomfi jld visited the Misses Sutherland last we eke Mrs Sue Bonta and daughter L iss Blancher spent Thursday with Mr S A Bay 6 and family Mr Willi m Crume was in Louis ville last we k Miss Eleanor Hays of Bloomfi eld spent the latter part of lastweekjat fMrsdi- n Bloomfield last week MrHerbert Crume and sister Mrs Mary Hunter of Frankfort last Tuesday at the home of HB BontaJ Mr James Hays threw oppn ihe doors of his beautiful home last Fn day night to quite a number of ms friends and entertained in a most h So pitable manner Refreshments we e served and a good band furnish music Every one report a delightful time and pronounce Jima capital host Farmers and business men of She county will meet in Shelbyville Febn ary 12 as an dii cuss conditi th i view to ilgriCU1turalSocie1to Subscribe f Ir rundy McIntire I MAKE SPECIAL PRICES TO Cash Customers Crime to us with your cash we II will save you money Sta t f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY t 1906 H fft Mir itl fi H H 4 i + Xirt f tir+ lJ tf ir lI I I wWJ I 4t t1F hw + T1ADEi t ic1i gt W r r tit ft + rr ttit r xI fir it M have bought atlbndIt onehalf pager to be weekj during the year 1906 SSL 1tc advertise euncI i I my business It will you no watch my adver fe4i VJV Tt tisements each week It will be money to me to have you watch them because the in i diicementsl am going to offer will increase rny already largebusiness In the past you lwfe J he ve given me your trade for which I mrrofoundly thankful I believe by doing this you tfelw t I + r live been benefited as well as I l 1 w o u a o your Fro duce Hides Etc J want t wiYi t1 always be honorable Come to fji see me f v k i z xrri Hobbyr J fGOOD COAL tI2 5 r 7 1 f r t w i K M f 1 j 11 j aT iI 1ijl lugIOES L 1 tir ir tMir MtiMtf alt + tLocal News Notes Read the advertisement of the Clark son sale in this issue Sale will be held Thursday February 15 Watch our ads it will pay you Johnson McCabe The matrimonial bans were publised for the first time at the Catholic church here last Sunday between William H Johnson and Miss Minnie Osborn FOR RENTNice office room over McElroy Bros grocery r FOR RENT Flat above my store water and all conveniences Formerly owned and occupied by Mr and Mrs Mansfield MRS WILLIAMS Our line of canned goods id complete Johnson McCabe WANTED LUMBER I want to buy a lot of oak or poplar lumber suitable for building a stock barn Call on or address Luther Burns Springfield Ky C 1500 pieces just arrived tor our 5 and 10 cent counters Hagan Bros CircUi court convenes at Bardstown ne t M nday The dockets are not large bi t there are a number of important ases to be tried Bulk oatmeal hominy hominy flakes grits etci Johnson McCabe Mr C L Price has the interest of Price in the firm owned by their father the late W C Price Esq near Bards town T ie placercon tains 140 acres Special prices on china and at Hagan Bros Dr RoBards has sold the Polin prop erty recently of the Polin heirs to Mr Charlie McIntire Dr RoBards a lot to build afJ A Shaders Mr Robert Parrott recently bought the dwelling house and lot of Mr W Po Lawrence near the college Mr Lawrence will erect two houses on Lebanon Hill WESILL The Vulcan Chilled Plow Clover Timothy Orchard Grass Blue Grass RedJ Top Exported purchased ImrbrotherJosph glassware purchased reserved uponI Valentines ed We can make you a very attractive price on Woven Wire Fencing Gearing of all Kinds 4HA DON BARBERt I Dr J H Lampton has moved his of Ice from the Opera House building to rooms over Haydons drug store A announced he and Dr Mudd have fo med a partnership f you want the best buy GIL E GE canned goods Hagan Bros oSTA smallcQw cream Colored awihe id disappeared last Monday night Ai y imformation as to where she i wi h reciated f WALTER FOLEY tWanted dressed chickens highest m rket price Johnson McCabe Mr and Mrs Zack Leachman have me ved into rooms of the EcElroy flat RaBardshave charge of Dr RoBards Hyatt s office Ajax ejnameled ware double coated AIShadersMrs Nancy Ferrell through lie attorney W F Grisgby has filed a sui in the Circuit court her against he husband Charles Ferrell asking for a absolute divorce Thq parties reside at Mackville where they arewell known Try our Milk Breadf Johnson Mc Cabe U S Government statistics give the following figures about Kentuckys corn crop last year Acreage 3195 072 yield per acre 297 bushels totals production 94893638 bushels price 43 cents ora total value of 40804264 Our SPECIAL BLEND is an extra fie coffee Hagan Bros FREAK CoraMr W T Payne brought to The Sunoffice last Satur c9JfntThereshuck arid another was after the style of Simese twins Both freaks were found in the same shock lIThe best onearihor arty where JohnsonMcCabe The little child of Mr Taylor Ma- ters s of near town which has been at the point of death for the past several days as a result of diptheria is nowI much improved f Drs RoBards Hyatt inserted a tube in the childs throat last Thursday and it has since been improving Yit IA movement is now on foot among medical men of the State to have the General Assembly select he late Dr Epjiraim McDowellof Danville originator of ovariotomy for lone of statTe Pay us a visit it will pay You Hag n Brost Mrsdwelling on East Main Street for 3200 The sale was made on last Thursday through the Real Estate Agency of McElroy Wharton The property is a very de sirable home and the price is consid ered low Kale celery new onions radishes lettuce endive mustard kohlrabi beets Kauliflower at Johnson McCabe NOTICE Robertson Searcy h placedI AIrpleaste frvnKy Dont forget we have fresh vegetables always on McCabeIHon W D Claybrooke Washing tote countys popular Representative was appointed by Speaker Lawrence as one of two Representatives to attend an Insurance Conference at Chicago and he together with Goy attended This is quite an extensive compliment as it was important to have the State represented at this meeting by a man of influence Mr Claybrooke is recognized as one of th safestme in the Legislature LOCATEDMr S B Thomson has rented the Veranda hotel at Lebanon and will take charge about the first of March Mr and Mrs Thompson- many Washington county friends r Springfieldbuclose to home The Marion says Mr Thompson expects toremove his family here about March the buUdittgHethe Walton Hotel at Springfield forge eral years and have the reputation that will insure them a large patronage in this city They are excellent people and will be extended hearty welcome by the goodpeople of Lebanon r Q 00000 000080 r ter n f Personal Notes I0 0et Visitors In and Out of TownrA 0Round Up of the WeekstPersonal News tt 0OOndaa aOO90 Dr John Shaunty waS here Mon day Miss Elease Durrett who is at spentSundayMrs John W Kelly and son John were m Louisville Wednesday Miss Althair Medley was in Louisville one day last week Mr Lytle Kays will soon leave for Hot Springs his physican having ad fodMr Jim McClure has returned from a business trip to Nelson county Miss Fannie Smith has returned rom Ho wards town where she has been her aunt Miss Pearl Edelen has accepted a position with Cunningham Duncan Mr and MrsS E Clements an children are visiting relatives in Leba non Mr W A Waters has keen confined to the house for several days with a severe cold mir Tom Edelen has returned to Louisville after a visit home Miss Margret Russell has accepted theSpringreblrs Charlie Brady who has been daysliasvisitingher EdeleSansburylast rY onMrs H D Rodman of is the guest of Mrs I H Thurman Rev Williams is m Louisville at tending a Pastors Institute Miss Rosie Mackin of Lebanon visiting Miss MargretHagan Mr and Mrs John Mayhon iqi thrlittleWharton j S j + oF oFWWW IM Lttrpin of Aniericus Ga was last Thursday buying horses andJmules Mr and Mrs U car Cureturnedhome from LouisvilleWednesday night rgeThompsbnMr and Mrs Douglas o on ggestofMrMiss Mattie Roney has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Sarah Simms Misses Della and Myrtle Crooke of Croakeville visitedfat the hpme of their brother Mr Byron Croaks Mr Frank Lewis of Addison Ky was here this week t Mr W L Smith of Louisville was here this week on business hDr J H Lampton was in Louis ville Monday on business a LMrs Mary E Nde and little Mia Elizabeth Taylor of L are 4iting at the home of Mr Hugh Noe Mr Bush Vanaredall of Lpangrton is visiting at the home of i Mr E A Cox was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday attending a mting of a School of Photography t LouisvilledMrs John W Lewis has returned from a visit to her daughter in Louts ville fMiss Sarah Simms left this week for Nashville Tehn where she aill visit friends for several weeks Mr J L Barber and little daugh ter Mary spent yesterday in Bardutown with relatives tuXeedfrom r Mrs Lafe Wells visited im femv ville Sunday and MondayF i MondayatnLouisville ter Mrs JohnK Smith and niecef Ktr tie Miss Hallie K Frye are gusstaat JaneseMr John Whalen of OWiisiwho formerly residedat k here visiting his uncle Mr faToMs isNOTICE If tCowMyCerirtday N 4taiJed8tanext iadu fL s f Y TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 r Voted Outlaw E onto MartinezWho 1Is fInThe Ranges Hold Him Respon s ble For Many Murders i but He Always Escapes t Ghcir Vigilance Detachments of Texas rangers and ether border peace ofllcers nr still searching iyt Enclnlo 1lnrtlnez the outlaw warned for murders committed in Texas au 1 Mexico It is siltbat ie Las inure erect fifteen men fchice lie started on hi wild career of crlnie He has furnished sport for the liveliest man hunt tiat has taken place On the I i 1m RECEIVED THBEB MORE WOUNDS AND AT LAST lilH liOUSli WAS KILLED RIo jGraiide border for several years JEIe 1s acquainted with every hiding place along the river for u distance of 40d miles up or down that stream He is a quick and accurate shot cud ca outride almost any man in the i egiou He is all in all the most dangerous outlaw that the rangers have attempt ed to capture for a long time says an exchange Tie and time again he htr slipped through the lingers of the o cans Just as they were about to la th Ir hands upon hhl1 He has had many close calls and some of his most daring escapes were made by meaus of running fights with and ride lie lia many ncqualntauces among tit k Mexicans living along tie border The peolj of ibis vengeance if they refuse his de m Ads tW91lrouter bank of the Jlio Granite are j thTexansside of the river to the other butii seems impossible toget him in a cornet from which he cannot estate He has the been iiiInjurieslittle with his life of activity onIthe Texas border says a man who has long known him intimately Ever since he has been large enough to shoot he has been a terror to the west ieforc the age of twenty years he had klllETdfour men and ever since that he has had the officers after him Many and narrow are the the outlqw Las made and mnnjarc the patlcularlybandits One afternoon while riding in the vicinity of the coal mines he met a tranger and naked him for a drink ot water The stranger replied that he had but a little but that Martinez was Welcome to that The bandit drank the water then drawing his pistol shot the man down as he would n dog ex claiming Youll have more water next timeThe most miraculous escape and the most desperate fight Martinez is e known to have had occurred on one lot the plains In the Panhandle At thV time foyr rangers sighted Martine riding along an opting wh re there irts not even a bush for a mile They poneMartinetemptied a Volley from his Winchester end hed he would run his horse until ie reloaded his weapon Then he would too landshoot again While he Nn pletcedhlthe ground but he only smiled and as continuedtliwounds and at last his horse was tom under him Then ti ranfcera thought they had him but aIUlft14M into a thicket and escaped Not Expected DyerHas he an interest in the busi ness 1 euriosltymart 1 j t Ij itrtraa creiftfiDll = 4 rue fntkwtag quotation from TUihop L timers FititSermon Proflchud Bu fc re Iplife Edward VI March S 1540 is a rod Illustration of the meaning thop fuiitive manners and customs of tlose dines y Jly father was a yeoman and had ii lands of his own only he had a farm of IS or 4 by year at the Utter n ost nod hereupon he tilled so much u kept half a dozen wen He hud v all for jtuo sheep ami my mother u liked thirty kino Ho was able and d d 1lnd the king n harness with him si If and his horse while he carne to tle placb that he should receive the k ngs wages I can remember that b sided his harness whet we went u ito Blackheath field He kept me to school or else I had not been able to h ive preached before the kings maj esty nosy He married my sisters with J or 20 noble apiece so that he brought them up In godliness and fear of God IIe kept hospitality fcp his oar neighbors and some altos gave tb the lWior Anti all this he did of the said fart where he that now hath it laycth 10 by year or more and Is notable to do anything for his prince for ilmself lior for his children or give a up of drink to the pooroh and Queries INature Study The first nets nature studs is to become acquainted with some local ity say with ja farm It does not mat ter how small how commonplace how near the citythe nearer the better provided there are trees water fences md some seclusion If your own cab in can bp in the middle of such a spot that is Ideal for there is no make be lave when you buy u field or a piece at woods and settle down there to stay Nature respects you You leave taken Ier into your confidence She will take vou into hers and In the course of a sizeInot mentioned in tht deed Owning a faring of course Is not necessary Sometimes I am quite convinced that for IUre lasting Joy in nature ono should not possess an acre Once youN have looked upon land of own YOUr once you have trodden earth that belongs to you all your Sundays will be spent looking and walking thrcTh roan in the Scriptures who bouglit a ield and lost lls interest in other plea ant things had a real case National Magazine The Handwritiog on The Wall nAt a general election luEngland a thsby party leaders to stand for it He belonged to a good family tout was a barrister of promise In London His boroughelectors after u sentence or two he suddenly JgjUtne pale and confused oppositegnwhich gen short spepch and then hurriedly left the stand A icy slays later he fore to speak In another town and again the mysteri ous words written in black on the wall confronted him Again he left the plat theacontfest the seat 1n parliament Not long afterward he disappeared from public life and retired to an English colony where he hid himself on a 4rredwhich he supposed had been forgotten The Hatching Machine Study your IhcuUaTSr Acquaint yourself with all Jtspnjts Rend the manufacturers directions fpr setting it up Set it up carefully rind according to iNever a drafty nlacq nor near a stove tier whet the sun sllnes upon It Set fertile eggs only Waste nli effort upon those that are doubtful J Learn hoccto trim and dawn nllnrap Keep the lamps full and the wck and tube clean Avoid smoke See thajLthe eggs are clean and dry ieforclfett1tfg them Balance all eggs large end ufnrev hours before placing them in the tray Do not overfill the tray Turn every egg the third dup Cool the eggs every morning Be sure your hands are clean when handling eggs Test all eggs by the seventh day Test again by the eleventh day dayhsupply moisture If too small put a saucer of dry lime In the oom and run without moisture a day cjr two Do not expect to learn all about the leartDo not disturb the eggs after the evening of the eighteenth day Have a regular hour for Incubator worki reheg fegg chamber United States Bulletin Daily Herald AND SUN 200 Subscribe for The Sun 1190 year NEW SHO T STOUIjES Art In Me Capitol Tlicy were lath g of Speaker tan nons new picture curl It inbred Dele gate Mark Smith Of AriKoim to discuss e picture dC Spenker Roeil which atloriift the etrpUol Ileert aster could see fillY llkoness and ithvay regarded the picture withhostlUt1r It vnsIn the height of the Demo curie storm of denunciation that bent- onup heed siiUV Mr Smith that a Kepubllcan tourist hit the capitol and it ilf tI Wlfo IS THAT MEAN Poll studied that picture with a red and dls satislied e Finally turning to a passerby he asked Who Is that meant for1 Speajrerlleed vjis the reply Yell said the Isitor resuming jj is promenade Ill b4t it was painted by ironic Hank blank pemocrat Tills reminded Colonel Charles A Ed wards oG Texas of Private John Allens comment m the same picture Just a ter it was hung up titer said Colonel Edwards a Tot of con gressmen were looking at It and criti cising tc Iion John Allen cause along Some puc turned and called out Say j h t is your Qplnion of this Allen studied jit long and critically It looks to mehe finally declared like a case of assault and battery ew York Times riiillpiiiitc Problem Solved Champ Clark has foinid a solution for the Philippine troubles He found it while George Bronson lien was fo s tifylng before the house committee on ways and menus of which the tits saurian is a member The Cattobatto valley sughr scheme crts mentipned whereupon a sarcastic simile overspread the face of Lisa i Ah tlicresuiy olu friend the Oatto batto valley schcuje saiii non I would be all rightexcept f ar the fact at the big Mote whodwclld jn aria valleyjTvith his lilg knife slices up every 1I1ip who goes there Do you menu that the Moro kills every Christian brown brother who dares come Into that part of the world i asked Clark with incredulity in every word Thats the very thing that happens said Ilea with a superior smile for it was tits object Ito show that sugar is not one 6f the industries that can be trade to wax cud grow fat in Ute archipelago for reasons other than climatic Leaning over to his neighbor Clark said Well theres the solution moat c till been looking for Send every hail ipino to that valley1lttsburg Dis patdh Interrupted Tontlniony Tlie hue Edward M Paxson former superior court justice of Pennsylvania praised at a dinner in Philadelphia wo mans industry Sitting in a certain case he said 1 heard an attorney say to a woman witness a pale and slender woman witness Now tell the court please what bJtweendren and saw that their breakfast was property served Then darned two pairs of stockings mended a hole in my husbands pocket mode tile live beds bathed and dressed the baby1 curled its hair null hcated its biscuit and mills After that I dusted tjie par lor and dining room w tiered tlie plants nail picked fresh tlowe s for the parlor vases Then 1 ordered the days meat from the butcher the bread from th baker and the vegetables from tiie gro cer It was now tinier to Hertsnl Justice pnxsontlthe Whoknowswould have continued flowed UprThe late Bishop Eastburn of Massachusetts was a man of very Imposing appearance carts when robed in his big sleeved canonicals gave the Impression of sailing under full canvas In the pul pit he had a habit of drawing himself nnlbeadvery pompous air 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iris diaphragm stops full description in Kodak CatalggLREE t at any photographic dealers or by mail EASTMAN KODVK CO i Roche ster N Y y L p ITHE SUN and Diiily rad2 r THF SPRIM IEU SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 XI IItf i The Adventu rers i By H B MARRIOTT yATSdN Copyright 1898 By Harper 6 Brothers i 1 t4 Ii t4H4 1 iInoWni clear bowpytu Unit there would be no assault upon the castle that night Jones und his troopers lung about the village and the former was too zealous to allow any disorder under his nose Sercombe would not dare to risk a second attack That much was for our comfort He had put it to me ingeniously thatlthe inter ferenqe of the police would embarrass 2ilm and I was heartily glad to hearI it for we needed some further resources for our defense That was plain enough We had been able to resist the enemy on his first two at tempts but we had a most cunning mud deadly foe and I began to doubt If we could hold out agalnst a renewal of hostilities winless indeed we broke our silent compact and called in the assistant of the law We had de qIded to discard Williams from our society He was too hazardous an ally kind we could not hope to circumvent the police a secdnd time As it was I Saw that some suspicionS were breed- Ing in the sergeants mind tsuppose we took too lightly what was bruited about the country for a great sensation The storming of the castle even In the distorted narrative which Wil Barns had delivered to his friends sounded remarkable hi so dull and un countrysidePIeces Into the London papers subsequently and we were most unwllllrigly become the figures In a tragic and heroic ad venture We resolved despite the promised respite to pretermit no one of the pre cautions and Montgomery mounted guard at 8 oclock on the keep tower As Sheppard and I sat over our wine we were Interrupted by Mrs Main who had been greatly stirred by the visit of a Justice She came ostensibly f with a question but in reality to breathe the air of our central excitement gmo giverWilliams his supper tonight as last night s1r7 she asked I told tier No and her wits wandered to the events of the day without snore adotBut presently she came back Then Im not to prepare supper for Wil liams s1r7 Williams will not be sleeping here tonight I replied fHe left at the USual hour 6 oclock Her face wore a blank look as ofIone struggling with perplexity and as uming that she had fears on her own account to combat I went on You see we shall be perfectly safe with the police looking after us Oh Lord sir tisnt that she made answer as though deprecating my re flection on her courage but Williams Isnt gone sir But he Is said Sheppard I saw him myself two hours ago halfway to Llanellan MrsCMain looked her incredulity If it wasnt his back I saw no more than two blessed minutes ago I put it to you whose was it sir I sat up and we stared at each other Where was this l I asked 1 was leaving the kitchen for the pantry sir just preparatory with some dishes like and the blinds being down against the window that faces the courtyard I see Williams shadow leastways what I took to be Wil liams pass across the blind sir It couldnt be Williams said I After a pause WilllariiB has never been in the castle since 2 oclock and besides the drawbridge is up Did you see his face 7iasked Sheppard N sir It was on the blind like but happening to have a question to put to iim I just drops the dishes on the sideboard nd I run to the door but when Id got It open Williams was gone It was not Williams I repeated testily mat I took obe Williams sir corrected Mrs Main with gentle obstinacy Did you hear any sound of foot stepsNo sir but then I was making t noise with the dishes like and Wl liams walks very gentle Oh well I murmured at length you must have been deceived and It Williams was here he has gone sin land at any rate he wont want his supper When the housekeeper had retired I found SheppardwatchlnFme What do you I make nothing I answered Its practically Impossible for any one to get Into the castle We have had the bridge up nearly all day butyou know my old adage that Its better to be sure than sorry we may as well have a look around Taking a candle we made a tour of the castle rooms and Investigated nil the corridors peering Into the dark corners It was an arduous business for I hardly realized the number o passages and crannies be explored Presently we both came to a stop a simultaneous thought This Is really no useiI said Its quite impossible to exhaust all th possibilities of this house And I still adhere to my previousnotion that Mrs Main was hardly in a sufficiently pacific state to judge between shadows j Im with you there said Sheppard cheerfully r Very well then bod said Iaud jb belwe ntdWIltLplyJtired1th our fJ r ro excitement an our J bor I must hay been asleep for some hours when I woke from dond uncon sciousness wit i the p rosGuce of some due lu tits rot m oppressing uie Al liioatas I sat up I heard Montgomerys s Voice Are ypirtfw ke Grentorox Theres sonic one abou the house I sat still s riving to dissipate the confusion of in bruin Somewhere far off I renieinbei d that I had hoard this before But with strenuous effort of the will I th ew off tile dwindling hands of sieei and got out of bed Well go and fcee said I What time is ItT i I dont knov said Montgomery us T flta candle with fumbling fingers But my watc i is over I think its about 12 or 1 Now young man 1 said having pulled on som clothes what about this alarm of y urs It was a noteitwoke me up ex plained Montgomery Sheppard relieved me at 11and I turned in feel ing very sleepy I thought I slept like alog but something got oh my nerves I suppose At any rate It woke me up My dear lad what was it I asked impatiently It came from the back of the bed lie answered It was a sound of feet Something within the walls I ar gued mice beetlesiMontgomery shook his head Come and listen he pleaded I followed him Certainly he was the least imaginative young man In the world and it puzzled ine that he should have taken th Is him Perhaps it we not fancy S ddenly Mrs Mains statement whit I had doubted and ridiculed returned to my mind in a flow of memory- Montgomgrys room stood upon the back of the ca tie and like all the rooms which w re in use faced the park It was a small square chamber lined as had been practiced throughout the ci stle with oak Montgomery posited to the pillow My lead was there he explained VLis ten I lay down up in the bed and rested Theres nothing to be heard said L Wait said ontgomery eagerly A silence ens ed Dont you hear anything he as ked I shook my h adliMy dear boy jt was fancy I si Id and was raising my head from the pillow when suddenly a slight sounds k upon my ears and I paused In the act and In the center of my speech hear something now I said Buts only the patter of rain Montgomery t et his eat to the wall Thats not rail he whispered He was right it w is not rain it was the noise of feet fa ling lightly upon stone At once I took nre What Is behl nd this oak I asked There must be some passage here I sounded with my knuckles on the board Its ho low Ins ection with the candle revealed a seam in the oak which might mark the site of hinges and to gether we push d firmly on the panel It fell back slo vly being as I found afterward with ut lock on spring and merely held In its place by disuse and dirt Within tie light shone upon a black hole and q dark flight of stairs leading downwt rd We must see the end of this said Montgomery an i hopped ito the dark ness like a frof1 I followed Below there was now silence the footsteps had died away The narrow flight In the wall continued for some thirty steps and brought us as I reckoned to the foundations of the castle Here we were fetched up promptly by a blank wall of wood =no doubt a similar encasement of ojik as that in which the panel above WA set Groping about we fumbled upon a latch and opened the door quietly The candle flared on the walls opposite We were In the dark corridor leading to the treasure As this discovery flashed on me I heard once more the sound that Iha- dsty Yl The panel fell back slowly detected in Montgomerys roomthe sound of delicate footfalls on the ston flags Blowing out the candle and Montgomfcry I drew back Into the niche of that nearerndropping regularly on the air and echo ling faintly In the long tunnel An darknessebut palpable to very sense save tha of tie sight emerged passed and fad ed Before us Tie footsteps pattered away into the distance I waited a few moments and then stooping shook off mylJoots my companion Jjjo tile same Tlla- done wtateppP lout Info thecorrWor r lOml PIm Pd the bTaekness of tfie night The blood In my body ran like n mill race but left my brain cleni and bright in eddies I was not blind to the probabilities of this adventure which until now stpnc out of the supernat andprosaichere was one of our determined foes perambulating within the precincts of our hold pad even iitlrnitied to that rlvy place near which tire hoard of treasure lay Slowly und with great caution we followed Our nuked feet made no sound but it was dlmcuJt to grope ones way in the darkness Our direction lay round the castle walls smd toward the drum towers and It was upon the flight of sprits mountIng to the junruroom in Hit northern tow er that we carne presently The door at toil of this staircase stqotl ajar and proceeding with still greater carp we climbtni up and looked through the chinks A lantern newly lit and shedding n dull glow through the opaque glasses was set upon the floor mid cast the ngainstJthcshort deep embrasure that yawned iu the massive stone walls of the drum tower scrutinizing the valley below What could he be there for As 1 wondered turning over the circum stances in my excited mind he stoop ed and picking up the lantern thrust It into the window waving it from side to side I suppose this was in response to some signal from the valley but I paid little heed to it at the time eing suddenly interested 4n a recogni ion It was Hood I will confess that the identification of that unmistakable lean body and black head filled me with a sudden dis quietude of which it would have been hard to give the reason The very fence of the man sowed fear and mis trust In my heart And so It was that instead of breaking from our hiding place and seizing the impudent Intruder Iput a hand on Montgomery and constrained him to retire with me Into the lower passages We concealed ourselves In one of the side galleries and there awaited Hoods return for that be would return I had no doubt Evidently he and Sercombe communi cated with each other by means of flashing lights and it was equally evident that Sercombes signal must have been to postpone action I could see pretty plainly the method Hood intend ed to adopt He was to admit the marauders to the castle by lowering the drawbridge and raising the portcullis after which they would have the three of us at their mercy But the presence of the police in the neigh borhood had saved us from that fate for one night at least and thanks to Montgomerys quick ears It would be strange if we did not manage to put thimorrowI was right in my conjedtUre for shortly afterward we heard the returning feet sound along the stones He passed the end of our passage holding his lantern before him and when he had disappeared we hurried out Into the corridor and sped after him Once we saw the spot of light that glowed in the Vicinity of that shadow pause and waver I dare say that some sound had caught his ear and he turned and listened We shrank Into the protection of the wall until the footsteps had resumed their way By this time I had guessed his errand or at least his destination He was bound for the treasure chamber in the keep and had probably come from there previously Possibly It had been his hiding place Here again my assumption proved correct and we watched him open the cupboard in the wall and vanish like an expe lanfern and all into the abyss We must take him tonight said to Montgomery It wont do to let him get out of range Montgomery nodded and cautiously approaching pulled open the door in the walL Drawing himself up he clambered through the space and slid down into the farther room making wonderfully small noise for so huge a body I followed But Hood was not in the lower room at least there was no light to pierce the utter darkness and moreover I think we both knew that he was In the loft above us To getherwe crawled up the steps and once more looked In through the friend otouron the floor was bent over the chests which contained the treasure hIsheadcreaked or perhaps lie caught the isthatMontgomery leaped forward at a stride upon him he put out his arm and with a swift movement overturned the lan tern The room was at once plunged in darkness darkness so thick and gravelike that it was Incredible Eter nal night dwelt and brooded in those rayless dungeons and she resumed her empire greedily from that meek usurp ing candle Montgomerys rush carried him to the corner where the poxes lay but he encountered no one Hood by some slippery movement had glided away and where he was in the solid Iethis from the silence that en sued upon Montgomerys spring I heard him pick himself up and then there was a hush I stood with my bask against the door in astute of in slightdn r whizzed past loudtsprang my fist took the air- Montgomery from Ills corner made a rush toward me and I heard another of those horrid tangs and an excla silencetPerrL 1 out my arms and again n oft aud slonJcr Cwi touched Die jr iftly and there crime the clang and clatter oiknife upon the wall pinning my coat sleeve to the woodwork but upon that thorp bore down upon us the s trawling form of Montgomery and tsvo people were lighting upou the floor before me Tap tap tap went the horrid rife up aguillbroken mybreastthread of light upon the seenj of the struggle Hood lay in Molt joinerys hoscbReka knife stretched iuart along tiie floor his head thrown back Iris fare white through ifs sallow discoloration and his eyelids lowered over Jiis strange eyes Good heavens you have kill fed JIm r said I M Idontythink so he panted but he pas the very devil to tackle with that knife of his I may hav j squeezed too hard Something dill crack but I pulled him aside Light the Inn tern old chap I said Hood fell loosely to the floor t s Mont gomery moved his arms and opened r im tof lLr HEYEdIsi Hood was bent over the chests his eyes which fell oh me sharp and ardent burning with a violent light He sat upiViXou have me sir he remarked Yes my man said I cheerfully 1 think We may go so far as to say that Hood turned on his side and I kicked the dagger out of his reach If you dont mind sir I should like to be eating something he said quiet ly Ive had nothing all day He looked toward the treasure chests and I perceived upon one of these the preparations for a meal I laughed- You know the house well Tsee Hood Yes sir said he Ive done a good deal of foraging sir at one time and another Very well Have your meal I agreed Any bones broken Tnank yousir none sir A bit stiff sir thats all Then I think well leave youjto your supper Hood I said I examined the candle In the lantern it would lat some hours Ere it burned out i woul I revisit the prisoner with some sup plies uyouarenot going to keep him bereT asked Montgomery In some sur prise I nodded For the present We out and I turned the key in the lockir Hell stifle in there expostulated Montgomery Oh dear no said I uIts pot the first time the keep has been us ass dungeon though I dare say it will be the last I think the boy took a grewsome fear of me on that occasion regarding me with horror as a malevolent and barbarous tyrant but in truth I had a pur pose in my seeming malice as will ap pear CHAPTER XI- VWE had now a prisoner of war lawfully taken In the fla grant act and must consider what to do with him For myself I had already solved the riddle in my own way To say the truth I was getting a distaste for tile adtenv ture It implied too many bard knocks too rough a usage for a summer bolt day and what was much worse it entailed on ine a grave responsibility ft seemed to me that the drift of these lawless events was wholly In the direction ot I1lurder The word was ugly enough but It must be faced Murder is what the law would call It audiimnlcrwas what it came near be ChamberlainstighRemedy The Childrens Favorite GFBES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy famous fur itfl rare over a large part of tho civilized world It can always bo depended upon It contain no opium or rrmful drcc fn l may bo glVtonns coafldehtly to n bat yas to an adult Price 26tei JLiurge PJyn a tIawwa n araitrtoa zf JIto the crown to have handed It Into the possession of Sercombes party but though 1 was reluctant to continuo cermilJrIndisposed were to be peace it should be peace lwith honor Alit the body of HOrtd gavejne my mends I Was able after some argument to carry my point with the others They had both a kindly fancy for the fighting and wore Inclined to take my announcement In a chapfallen manner But I explained that I was making no decision of myself that I was one of three and that I had merely offered tile suggestion as my contribution to the counsels of war Upon that I add ed the very cogent reasons which I hud prepared in favor of my advice and he end of the talk was that they ac cepted the plans I unfolded To execute my scheme it was neces sary to see Sercombe But first I must pay a visit to the prisoner who by the time we had arrived at a con clusion had lain In the blackness of that abominable dungeon for vebours Sheppard indeed had been eager to interview him and upon hearing of the capture had at once betaken himself to the keep He was absent half an Lour but I did not inquire what he had been doing I merely looked at him interrogatively when ho returned which he did wearing a graver face than Kos usual to him Noting the Inquiry in my glance he shook his head That man is dangerous he said abnormally dangerous Montgomery and I have occasion to know that I replied He Is a snake that is the substantive and I doubt very much whether we can hill him- I have my doubts whether we can even scotch him said Sheppard dryly and then dismissed the subject Yet my conversation with Hood later was very commonplace and marked by no particular points He kept his customary face of obsequiousness and gave me the briefest replies to my in errogatiohs I was specially exercised- in my mind as to the manner of his entrance into the castle For all his dexterity and cunning I could not see how carefully watched as our fortress admitstancethe closed portcullis At the question which was delivered point blank he turned his luminous eyes upon me and regarded ne with a shifty smile the shadow of a smile betokening no amusement I dont mind telling you sir he murmured though Its not what I would say to most gentlemen But you have been a gentleman sir throughout and I should be proud to have served you I came with the party in the morning sir What said I You were with the storming party Yes sir Seeing you engaged I crept away lknow the house sir being with my poor master so long And I dont hold with violence where you can do without It I opened my eyes The mans plans were conceived with excellent craft It would be the last thing I should have thought of and yet it was so simple to take advantage of the confusion and secrete himself upon the battlements after his allies had fled You are a rascal Hood I returned not witboutA But you are a clever rascal r Thankyou sir said Hood Yes I continued you have had a smart shot for it but your game is up my man Clever as you are I have you caged and I think Captain Ser combe and his scoundrels are further from the gold than ever It looks like it sir admitted good I looked round upon the dark and jgrlmy walls This Is a mean hole ford man of your parts to lIe festering In I said but I see no choice before you You have made yourown bed and you must lie in it A man might rot here and into the bones ota skeleton withoutsound or sense of the outside world The bodies of many captives have decayed within these gloomy walls Have they indeed airsaid Hood politely He sat upon one of the oaken cases his eyes jbent upon me earnestly his body almost couchant for a spring I could have believed the man was pre paring a sudden assault upon me but that I knew he carr ed no weapon and I was of stronger and bigger build than he But apparently nothing of the sort was in his mlndj It was merely the deference my position which he proclaimed in that attention That mask of the trained servant concealed his individuality now as ever Never once had I seen the veil lifted and the real man exposed and naked to the light of day Hood said I almost with a sigh of despair at his imperturbable calm do you want to stay here indefinitely Certainly not sir by your leave sir he answered promptly Then upon what terms shall I offer you release His eyes dropped and there was silence Remember said I that no one outside ourselves is aware of your existence here You may be hidden here till the day of judgment and none be the wiser and even then our bones will scarcely see the light of day What do 1011 propose HoJd shifted his Size to my face Anything thats convenient to you sir Id rattier leave it to you shV I experienced ai strange impulse to cry out with some emotion but whether this was astonishment anger or a mere sense of the ridiculous or wheth er it was a combination of all three I could not have said I rose from my seat controlling iny voice with dilfi culty i Vri Enidshell be left fo me as you suggest JSnm with that I stalked out of the du- igeon and locked the door It was Impossible to transact bnatj1 tress with such a man I felt the need of reciprocity whereas dealing witkj Hood reminded me of nothing so muck as of digging at a piece of rubbei tha will fly gently back when the pr ssuter Is removed And so it must be wltJi Sercombe that I should arrange tl e details of a compromise or at least that terms ota truce If not of a perm neat peace- iDDtbutand taking our horses Montgomery and I rode across to the little to m Imi the early hours of the afternooniran upon the captain street and as we were making fc r thai Swan to put up our nags He we coil ed us cheerily and mopping hli reclf forehead for the day was ItryX invited us to drink with him i Continued on eighth page Insure ia the F oilJanetion f makes any claim of paying its losses in full Shoe Repairins Ian located in the wholesale harness shop of Allen S Begemannand a pre paredto do all kinds of highclass shoe repairing at the most reasonable p ices ADOLPH ZAHNZINEl- 17 The deaf and dum shoemaker i ooo ett fitletastCE eO- o THE FIRST ni3 National Bank in DF i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I tNNIIfN i CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided 0 = Profits 25000I 5 OFFICfiBS I B L Lltsey President l John W Lewis VIcePresident n aC McElroy Cashier Cain ABst Cashier 31 BookkeeperCfDmECT RBIB L Litsey J I yjBHEdelenIoJno O Polio f-a I We grant every favor consistent haveG5 O bank we invite your patronage eo o0o00o0o000GC TUMEV RILEYI I wMlIOM1iw STABLE LIVERY FEED AND SALE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling MCIM THOSS QO0o000OoQQ0O00OQoooQoQ YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURESIYouneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wonderful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people whoXhave been cured or greatly benefited thepaat year This is a new salve havingbeen on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2W6 boxes t For Sjile By All Druggists DR J W ThOMAS Hodgenville Ky Oooocoo JOHNYMAYEfc Funeral Director f And Licensed Embalmer l SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention t Every ourtsey shown f 1 fiaathome line of Caskets and ebes felepituna DayW Night 7L t r I F- I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 7 1906 i f I The Adventurers Ii I IBy H B IMARRIbTT WATSON Icpyiiht 1898 by Harper Brothen aTS3usf stepping across to me Swun said hComc along and put up your toGS Ecuador was nothing to this 1 accepted with n uod and prciianlfr vo were seated In the commercial sooiri by the window that looked out spoil the courtyard sipping a cooling draft iI prefer says tire captain hospitably to drik Hi company rnthor than alotte And thats the distinction be tween a drinker and a drunkard Mas tar Montgomery Take it from me With which he threw bnck his head and took a long pull at his giulSh1 lave not Celt so warm since I was In ilLbysslnla he remarked Ah said I you are iight cqptalu Hot Is the word Im sure from my ioart I envy Hood Sercombe pricked up his ears re grfrding me Inquisitively Yes I went on leaning back In Lziy chair cool damp floorsc01l1ston walls and neither the sun nor the moo to smite him thats my notion pf com fort this weather Sercombe paused in the actof drink ing and put down his glassf fchnt is this conundrum MivGrcatorex he Rsked lu a puzzled way f TIp no conundrum I replied alrl By the way whore did yousay 1ourfriend Hood was He looked at me under his red eye brows Mr good he said Is cfn business of his own He is a gentle man at large but he has nffnlrsIANo doubt no doubt I remarked amiably This is an excellent cool lug drink captain Sercombe imlted at his cigar con tinuing to study bur faces Upon Mont gomerys I dare say he perceived a umlje Of triumph for he suddenly put flown his cigar and1 foldqd his hands on his head I fancy weve got to come to au mndcrsl udlng Mr Greatorex be said slowly Im slow of wit no doubt lutl begin to see daylight But I trill call on youto observe that I am 3iot responsible for Mr Hoods move zentsIIII have never Imagined so I an BwerepL VOn the contrary A frown rather than a scowl cross ed his face Has it ever fallen to you Mr Greatbrex tobe tied in a 3eash to be But I reckon as a bar arlster you are not particular about jour cases You have messed up with aaany a dIrty attorney You felicitate me too much said T with a bow I am unfortunate enough never to have had a brief Ah said the captain and was for a moment silentIYou have Hood asked hlS1WItsWe have the honor to possess a prisoner of war said I I congratulate you sir Said he I upon an event I had always antici pated Then again he was quiet teeming absorbed In thought but suddenly he sat up See her Mr Great orex he said I will be frank with you This thing has not gone accord Sag to my notions and thats flat As or this folly of exploiting the castle rom inside I put no faith in it from the outset A fair siege and a squares siege Is more to my taste But yo let up on us with that float of yours antI those sharp eyes I will confess 1 never saw a position held more keen 3y But thats no use to us and I tell you that Im sick bf it Look Ill fell you how I stand I have my men theyre mine mind you and npt Hbods and itve no stomach to give It all up for nothing But between you and me its no champagne supper to defend the castle and lose half your natural life in11E ami TratejHes therefore vhat do you say to tar1uM7 Terms I echoed To ransom Hood lie eJac ilateli au oath Let the beast rot he declared Im talking b f ourselves Captain erdombaV said I gently I knew IJ Ildod In this business ere I know you aiiiy to toy Idpn he was tlie prime mov jr III the conspiracy Lot iis say that he la gone und what have we to fonrV Sercombe looked extremely blaub andIcpull SOC lint my wards hail struck a vii nl pot Hood sntti7 line don nothing but bluudci and Bekles But ho g t no ftutiier breaking off suddenly n id as though wltji nri effort If tlltiti so suirt I rising let us see how JTi pUihi Sweorflbe frill man age matters Hold hard he liitemfnted Sit down awhile sir 0 sprung this affair on me I must take my counsel Co no what tlyou say to go ing shares l I lifted my brows You are not om1CrMy dear all said I In amazement you cnjibairnis me Your terms are too libeftil Cram vanquished foe J could accept 1 generosity And how if jt will w me as I have an appointiiien x lth Mr Hood shortly I must But this alarmed hliii as I could per ceive for changed color and put out a finger to dafch my arm I will stand in with n1 of youluhe cried 1 smiled but before I could reply an Interruption fell In the entrance of the police Hergwmt JJsnes whom we had met before lIe saluted usf and I made an Inquiry r s to his Investigations I am on a track sir he declared I can say no more And he eyed Sercombe attentively Youve I ot struck those gypsies I bear said Seucombe who bad resumed his c gar with an appearance of nonchalance 1Jso sir Theyre liere today and somewhere else tomorrow I hardly expected you would find them They nose a scent pretty soon Im on a track sir repeated Jones Glad ito bear it nodded the cap thin I wenjt out rwith the sergeant but Sercoinb caljed to me What is1t I asked standing in die dborvay An anxlpm look troubled Sercombes eye I hay made you a proposition Mr G realtor x Thatsj true said I gravely and I will iisk rou captain to better It But excuse Inc my time is limited You give methort shrift exclaim ed be with Oh no said but I lure say you wlllhave tine to think over it between now and 0 oclock If you can see your way to a more equitable adjust ment captain perhaps you would be good eiiougl to let me know by then 1 At that II ft him and caught up with Montgomery who had gone ahead with Jones Excuse ii0 sir said Jones politely but are you n very old friend of Cap tain Sercom jes Why no said I I have not known him long iAh snit he an odd gentleman sir Mr Hood of the Woodman lie knows some queer stories about him He says no does hesaid I J Jones emphatically wagged his head Very queer he added From which It appeared to me that Mr Jones might not be quito So smart as he seemed and also that Mr Hobd was even smarter What his object might have been in spre ding an evil reputation for Sercombe I could not guess but that be had an object and a material one I did not do itj moment Continued next week CVTSSPMINSACONTRACTEDIUDS SCALDS ETCt AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives out Pain promotes elasticity t CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O true Texas writesUMy wife had been suffering five years With paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to usd Ballard now Liniment which effected a comple e cure I l ave also used it for old sores frost bite and skin epptioiisi It does the work EST IINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIEC ALWAYS USED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c5OanI1OO BALLARD SNOW LINIMIEINT coST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDdN Springfield Ky BROOKSVILLE = J Mr Erastus Perkihsl and Miss Flossy Armstrong visited Mrs A C Pink ston Sunday Messrs Merion Baxter and John Noel ware in Springfield Saturday Quite a large crowd from this place attended the funeral of Mr Walter Wells Sunday morning at WjUiejburg We extend sympathy to the beronved OflL jrof T T Leathers and James Adkins visited Brooksyilia Sun diy Miss Po rl Armstrong and sister Myrtle visited Mr A C Pinkston Sunday Misq Nora Royalty and sister visited Mr John Arhtelrong Saturday and Sunday Mr Loss Keeling is much batter at this writing The remains of Mrs Harrison Steele werebnried at Villieburg Friday morn ing Mr JurdomPinkston will leave the lat of thIs month for Illinois Success to The Sun r r PItATl11RsCRIEK Mr Will Kimberlin and wife visited the latters sister of near Texas Sun day G H Christerson and JM Russell attended the sale of ER Lester on last Friday Mrs Sallie Kimberlin is with her daughter who is very sick at Enido Boyle count J M Christerson of Stewart visited izMrs ville visited R F Best Saturday nd Sunday Anyone having items of interest they to be published will please hand them to the correspondent THE WEEK END VISIT how to Prepare For One nnd Acctnn Invitation A week end visit to the home of ail out ot town friend has become one of the most popular and delightful forms of entertainment for the Invited guest says the Brooklyn Times The centering of Interests hi big cities keeps the busy pecpie of the twentieth century away from the beauties of nature and to many the suburban home offers the only means of breathing In the free dom and luxury of pure country air and then only for a few brief hours at the end of the week The usual form of invitation for the week end Is a short note the lady of the house th which should be something as rIm My Dear Mrs Flagg kind note Inviting me to spend the of the with you and your funlly reach ed nie this morning and I shall be lighted to accept Awaiting the pleasure oCseelngyou all I am veryl sincerely JON JONES Should a previous engagement pre vent the acceptance of the invitation an Immediate reply Is most courteous If the InvitatIonS comes In jthe form of an unsealed note brought by an em ployer or some friend from his wife a prompt answer should be sent by mall A verbal Invitation demands a decisive and polite acceptance or refusal For a girl correct attire Is represented In a smart tailored suit with dainty shirt waist for traveling to and from the friends house while a best hot which Is not too perishable In Its make up is none too good for this short Sun day trip At a very fashionable week end each girl brings a steamer trunk with four or more appropriate cos tumes for outdoor sports dancing etc The girl of small allowance however equlrcs simply a dress suit case con taining a light fluffy dress forswear at llurier during the evenings of Sat nm11 inlay Sunday a silk dress If she ossesse3 one for church etc on Sunny or a silk or other dainty separate mist A mans clothes consist of the well pressed buslnesp suit which he wears nnd plenty of Immaculate linen In a mind bag with a number of changes In eck scarfs and a good warm overcoat he nina who Is fortunate enough to 038088 pue also carries his dress suit pith clawhammer coat lipfore retiring at night ascertain at That hour the family breakfasts It ii tim height of rudeness to keep any meals waiting for you to put In an ap- liparaiMTj If the family attend church you should accompany them appear iig at breakfast In the costupie you are to wear for the day l A gracious form for the nofcT oft lnnk8 Is this t My Dear Mrs FlaggMy short stay ylth you was extremely pleasant nail I r turned to toXvn feeling greatly refresh e 1 Kindly accept fl thanks for the out lnj and w thernerU1JrOhcesto your fam ily believe meL sincerely T JOHN JONES tow to lUrik n Inper Picture Frame To make 4l paper picture frame take sixteen small squares of colored paper Iol hone In lour parts then o Jeu Put the pointed edges In the middle where the four creases meet says a corre spondent of the Brooklyn Eagle Turn the next corners back to the center Pull one corner out and likewise the other four and let them bang so us to look like a fiibje Pull the middle of the four sides to the center of the Square Flatten down to make four snnrll squares on a large square When this has been accomplished turn In the edges on the four small squares froni the two sldp points Do the same with each one of the other sixteen squares When each one Is finished Insert Into eadi other the first being placed as a Square the second as a diamond each being Alternated If two colors of pa pers are used one color should be used for the squares and the other for the diamonds SYCAMoRfiv ALLEY We are having some beautiful weath gr and some have burned tHeir tobacco beds There is a great deal of sickness in the valley UnCle roil Settles is m deli improved at this writing Mrs J D Sutherland is out again after a very severe attack of lagrippe Mrs Lucindu Mcllvoy who has been in Illinois is visiting her son Thomas Mcllvoy Mr and Mrs Z P Lenehman Mrs Annie Godby and childrtn ant Rev and Mrs W E Sutharlund vera the lqis ant guests of T W Sutherland laqt Friday Mr and Mrs Henry Hickerson and little daughter MnggioQfnom Mack ville spent Sunday with 1 W Suther land anil family Mr Evan Armstrong and Miss Lulie Pinkston were quietly married at Rev Simma last Saturday The couple is will known at this plac and their many friends congratulate them ansi wish then a long and happy life T Wrfcnd W E Sutherland ld a bunchof shoats t9 Montgomery and Mcllvoy at 5c per J M Seiplds and Marshal Keeling have returned from Louisville where they had linen selling their tobacco They avaraged 8 and 9 cents W C Gammnck of Sparrow visited his daughter MrsJ D Sutherland Saturday J D Sutherland attended the funeral of Pr Walter Wells Sunday Rev W E Sutherland attended SundayW een mak ing his home in Louisville has returned and will make his home with Mr Thorn is Marshal Keeling and wife visited the SundayEvanlatters parents Mr and Mrs L A Pinkston Saturday HeartburnYouknowwhatItis few people are ex empt from frequent spells of this dis complaintThe becomes impair d while a severe gnawing or- burningseasationisex perienced the upper part of the abdomen Heartburn is one of- themanywaysinwhich the digestive Organism expresses of illtreatment warns you to be careful Dr CaldwellsLaxatlvm Syrup Pepsin heartburnthe stomach and bowels prevents a return of the trouble PEPSINIsarising from the stomach bowels livei puritycanchildren and grovn folk- sDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdoilar ItdoreturtimallBOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to wonderfulremedy COMontlMllo Sold by Thu Rid Gross Drug Sto- reAnnouncements Illinois Central R R The Illinois Central mantains Double Daily Service and operates the best trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St- Lo1l1 and Louisville south to New Orleans The best reaching the Winter Tourist rqoi4sTof the South including New Orleans Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 17 06 Gulfport is a Mexcian Gulf Coast resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Send or call for descriptive m later in regard to the above HAVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS vialthenew ocaan twinscrew nineteenknot SSV PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday mornmg Extremely low one ind round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Lou isiana Arkansas Indian Teritor Okla homa and Texas on the first andthird Tuesday 9f each nionth FloridaDailySleeping to Memphis FULL PARTiCULAitS concerning all the above can De had by addressing F w HARLOW D Pi t louisville Ky + 4 2 Admlnistrators t S LErtit4 + W 1 Iijs AdrninistJatof of V S Clarkson deceased rwill at he late home of the deceased three mies and a half tfrom pringfieldpn Lebenon pike on 1 ftbeginning at 10 oclock sell the following Pto1y itit Two Brood Work Mares in foal to Jack one Black Mare in foal tjt tto jayvew one Bay Saddle Mare in Ifoal to Jack one 2 yearold +tr W one 4yearold Work Horse one ag d work Horse one family driving Horse one weanling colt by Rayv ew six tT Jennetts one Jack Colt seven Milck Cows two Jersey Heif is five W tr Heifer Calves two Steer Calves six Brood SoVsfOr d1Ltw t4 7 If not rented privately befrehand the farm will b 4f r nted on tile dayot sale to the highest bidder if itiIf H 1TERMS Sums under 16 cashio andOver credit ir wJth 1 itdatbi fSSprin fiHd Harkit Bacon Hams lf c Sides 124c Beeswax S4c per pound Butter 15c to 20c Per pound ChlckenB IIonStS o Spring 9a Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks per poundtCorn Meal 76c to per bushel Eggs 13c per dozen Feathers 45c per pound Flour J200to Glnsong fTaO per pound Ofraln Wheat rom OOc Oats pjLardI Lime to SLog per barrel Mill productsBran 80i shipstuff 100 per pounds rOnlonsflOOSaltS145 and 185 per barrel Turkeys per poC- nTaIlOw4cper pound Vinegar 25c to 4o per gallon Wool Burry and greasy Kq clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c Country 45c to 60o Qeese COcapolce Washington Circuit Court W EtcPltfsDefts By virtue of an order of the Wash ington Circuit Court made in the above styled cause all persons having claims against Marks Bros and G R Marks deceased will be required to file their claims properly proven before me not later than March 1 1906 I will hold Springfieldforfrom Feb 1 to March 1 1906 M G LEACHMAN M C W G C At the Baptist prayer meeting in Mt Olivet last week onethird of the popu lace attended E A Winterfeldt clothier at Ripley Mason county has failed due it is said to the fact there was no winter felt and slow demand for clot- hingMeats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roist Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chops Vial Roast Veal Chops Veal Cutlitts Pickled Pig Feet Pickled Bologna HamBreakfast Bacon Mince Meat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS AleatAlarket ICreamTHE VARANTEEB WIRMIEIIEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVOR TE TONIC p Or NI THE CCNUINr PREPARED B- YBaflardSnow LIhl nent co- ST LOUIB MO For wit by C J Ha7do Sprlmgtleii SUBSGRIIERS FREE COLUHM trnder thIshoad itli persons who are sub scrlbers to TheSun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn ate and other wantedLandserted In another department ofl the pape at vorv low rates T K Smith Springfield has f rsale a good work horse first lass driver Also a good rubber tire buggy J W Tucker Springnt Id has tfor sale 600 loucus post R A Wheatley Rout 2 has for sale an extra good sixye r ld mare Works everywhere fine driver In foal Mrs Sherman Martin has for sale Rhode Island Reds and Ply louth Rock hens and roosters KS M Campbell Springfi Id has for sale two horsesone 4year old in foal by Jack the other 8yearo d E T Perkins Cardwell las for sale one extra good work mare in foal to Jack L M Gregory Springfie d Ky R F D No3a has for sale 6 lice poland china boars and 6 nice gilts One brood mare in foal to Jk B Leac mans fine Jack Mrs B L Litsey R P D No a has for sale S C Brown Lughorns and Buff Orpington Cockerals Mrs C t Grundy Sprirgfield KYf has for sale thorougher t red Brown Leghorn cocks at 50 cents e ich if taken v at once READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Moi Dear agentforneighborhood Your Tex s Wonder has saved the life of one nan whom two doctors had given up o die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this ce so I would be pleased to hefromy u possibleSyf SOfia Ky One small bottle of the T ixas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder trouble removes gravel cures diabetes sea mat emis sions weak and lame backs ilieumatism and all irregularities of tl e kidneys and bladder in both men ai d women regulates bladder trouble ii children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt ofSl One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfec t a cure DrE W Hull Sole Manuf icturer P o Sox 629 St Louis Mo Send for otestimonial Sid by all tin gits I ii L