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If t t 1 r Irfn1itgtbII DEVOTED TO TILE INTERESTS OP WASHINGTON COUNTY f 1iGLU EIi i SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARYI UMEifmtJL i b A TH1 t- Ty HAR VEST r Miss Annie Peters and Jack iSpalding Succumb to t Pneumonia i Yesterday morning at 480 oclock at the home of her mother Mrs Margaret Paters Miss Annie Peters died of pneumonia after an illness of live days The funeral services were held this afternoon at the Probyteriah church and were conducted by Dr Latimer assisted by Rev W H Williams of the Baptist church Theiinterment was in the Springfield cemetery Miss Annse Peters was about forty years of age and was the only daugh ter of the late Samuel Peters and Mrs Margaret Peters Her whole life was spent in Springfield the latter part of it being devoted to one of the noblest of professions nursing the sick caring for the afflicted and comforting the suffering As a trained nurse she was proficient in her profession cliqerlul that the meloncholy might be so and a sympathizer with those to whom sor row had come The in youth she had wanted for nothing never theless when the day of adversity came to h and her widowed mother it was not with murmurings of discontent or re hellion that she chose a profession for she filled it as we believe Christ would have had her fill it so as to be a credit to herself a help to the commuity and a comfort to her mother Every deathbed is sad and the surroundings solemn yet when we stand beside the bed of one over whom the angel of death hovers and hear that one when takirlg leave of all that is precious in the flesh knowing that the summons of the Master is at hand when we see this and hear a prayer that God may make his summons quick to be faintly fol lowed by the singing of Nearer My God to Thee we are wont to say ceO death where is thy sting 0 grave where is thy victoryl Such was the death of Miss Annie Peters for when too weak to pray audibly or to utter i the words of that grand old stills iheairas her spiritprew nearer ibr God A F END j Now aud then the waves of Gods infinite ocean come upon us bear away on their receding bosom the life of some loved one Doubly hard it seems when it is the life of ore just entering on mans estate and to whom allot manhoods journey lay an unex plored and unknown land This jour ney with all its grief and trials is denied our coMrade but for hire a grander one has appeared where Falls not hail or rain or 1nysnow Nor ever wind blows loudl lies r Deepmeadowed happy fair with orchard 1s And billows crowned with summer sea Pure conscientious dutiful chaste in thought and deed while here among us he has entered the grand reward where he shall hear his Master calling tobimnVell done thou good and faithful servant In every walk of life Jack Spalding has tried to do his duty No higher thing can be said of anyone He was a faithful student a true riehda dutiful son Ills character was untainted Such a grand preparation for the life beyond beldngs to few f We cannot realize that Jib is gone Our room and halls will not be the same without him We miss him but more and more as time goes on will liwo miss him He has much in our lives he will be much still We are all better for having known him We j knoW now that ifs better to have loved and lost tvi Than never to have toyed at all How beautiful it is that a soul so pur should bo saved from the stains o earthly life and Uiat he should fall asleep to wake in paradise Our com rade our schoolmate and pupil is no gone forever He is awaiting us all in a happier clime whore iThe wicked cease from troubling and the weary are at rest STITH THOMPSON In behalf o5 the teachers and student of the Springfield Graded School Mania with Kentucky girls to turn up missing This tinio Millie Trout man ofBuel McLean county seve teen years old is gone Last seen n Owensboro rTFarmers of Simpson county are en Opuragingya mutual fire insurance corn r pany u iTwa Will Be a candidate For Demo crane Nomination For CongressJ Tlie foPowingv interview cip peamd W yesterdays Courior Journal Yhen asked about the race for ongreSs itithe Fourth Con ores ona1 district T Scott Mayes said he andno idea of quitting the nice and has pledges of sup port from over the district and says that lie will win the nomi lation Mrl Maves has been closely identified with the Democratic organization Washington coon j ty since 1896 and held the position 4 fchairman of the commit tee until he becamea candidate for re nommation as County At torney last year It was during the time t1iat he Vas county chairman thatWashington county gave the largest Democratic majonfcv that it ever gave Bryan for Christ Missionary Stevens who represents the Harrodsburg Christian church in Japan tells of a very interesting and important utterance of William Jennings Bryan an Tokio In describing Mr Bryans visit in a letter to iPastbr M G Buckner Mr Stevens says that Mr Bryan was given a royal welcome and that the people of all classes were deeply interested in his coming Of1 course the American missionaries were enthusiastic and did eveyrthing they could to add to the pleasure of the occasion In his address to Japans treat men who had gathered from all quarters and from all divisions of the nations lifts Mr Bryan paused tosay in most deliberate and impressiv manner these important words I notice here some of our American missionaries They are worthy your confidence and your encouragement And I deenvit my solemn duty to them represcntjtoed to on that their Master is my Mas terthl t thqir Christ is my SaVIor also The statement made in Mr Bryans sincerest mannerwith his magnificent voice ringing out the w rds like trumpet notes created a profound sensation Mr Stevens adds that Mr Bryans brave words will do the causeof Christ great good in Japan for a generatl01l coine His long journey if it results in nothing more than this splendi testimonial Resolutions of Respect At a called meeting of the Debating Society of S G C S the following resolut oris were adopted Who eas Jack Spalding one of our members has answered the final roll call and transferred his membership to a high r society whose members need no pra lice to perfection And whereas we his companions left be fed are deeply sensible of our loss in osingthe pleasure inspiration and en ouragoment of his association Be it resolved That while we deplore t iat we shall no more hear the sound f the voice that is stilled nor feel ththe friendly clasp of the van ished h md we sacredly chorish the momor he has left us of duties never falterfnever us wetof ail ve oriel reverently say UThy Will B rDonorr TIm we extend our sincerest sympa thy to the bereaved family in their afilictli n and remind thorn of the di vine p omise That the he wore dead he shaj live again Tha those resolutions be spreadup on our records and a copy be trans publicantioh J JOHN S MCELROY LYM N BAitDBR t Committee NEL AE Non h- patron ra klin has w iat is known us occu taxi t v t m TriGOMEu w F rJK THE SUN F m m b y Is no located in its nejvdffice ontcross 1t aim w street a few do 5i bovetheGerksiti ili t lm1officie L r Y o iii r 13 i 3 3 t3 i3 33 3 3 3 = j a63ffd POLICE fOURT Qyerun JjYith Business But Judge Noe Lets the bid Mill Grind i Great Heaps of j JusticeJ Last week the people or rather some the people of town were in a very billigerent state and Mars was in the ascendancy Those pugnaciously inclined fought among themselves and when they tired off this the varlike bearers df chips on their sholders hunt ed up th ne who did not care to fight and either made them do so or take to thee timbers As a consequence of this reign of Mars the police court docket has been full and Judge Noe Wand city Attorney Grigsby have been kept busy in their labors of punishing the malfac torsand in restoring peace and quiet- to this usually quiet community As a resultor their labors there has been acessation of hostilities anil the combatants have laid down their instru andmentsshovel with which they are now improving ourhigh waysJ Last Thursday Will Wal key was tried for shooting at Lee Boone near the depot It will be remembered that this was reported in last weeks SUN in which an account was given of Mr Lloyd Clarkson receiving the shot which Was intended for Boone After the evidence for the Commonwealth had been introduced Mr Lewis attorney for Walker moved that the defendant be dismissed which was done by Judge Noe pn Saturday morning however Walker was given 25 and ten days for carying a cohceal ed dbadlyweapon Saturday afternoon Lee Boone acquitted on a cjiarge of a breach o the peace arising from the same light at the depot in which Walker was Implicated Monday Judge Noe had to pass upon two sets of fights In the first Bob Ray and WaltcrHardm wereItho participants Bob Ray was given a 5 fine and the tllardin negro 8 The second fight was between Mary Lou Mickens and TabU color YhilliPSbboth ed who after of the season began to throw rocks at each other against tho pea a and quite of the community Finale 750 per On a u t Saturday afternoon while court was in sssftn quite a commotion iwas caused tin Main Street Court Square ban old fashion knock down aif drag out fist and skull fight The court room was quickly cleared and quite a crowd had congregated to dis cover that the parties engaged were Messrs Ed C BoblitUmd J Jt Jus tice Mr Justice Was considerably bruised aboutkthe nail wh le Mr Bob Mitt had a part ofone qf his fingers chewed off Warrants have been sere od on both and the trials rill takp place this week Carlisle Council proposed to tax drug stores 100 r f f 1PER BARGAINS The Springfield Sun Louisville Daily Herald and Farm and- h firesi e All Three for 200 i The remarkadle clubbing After which we have been making for the past mfitfth The Sun Daily Herald anti Farm and Firesidewill be extended through February After that it will be discontinued This is the most liberal offer that willbe made during the year and you can hardly afford not to take advantage of itIf you do not want The Daily Herald you can get The Sun and Farm and Fireside one year for 1IPretty Wedding V 4The marriage of Miss Annie Belle Ielley end Mr Richard Marion Edelen which occured this afternoon at St Josephs church was olei ot the pret tiest weddings ever witnessed in that historic edifice Following the maid of honor Miss Nannie Rapier the bride entered the church upon the firm of her father Mr John S Kelly and proceeded to the altarrail where be neath a large wedding bellof pink carnations suspended from ropes of Southern smilax she was met by the groom and his best man his brother Mr R H Edelen and the beautiful marriage ceremony was impressively performed by the Very Rev Rev C J OConnell The bride was beautifully gowned in white chiffon real lace berthe made over white taffetaand carried whi e bride roses and lillies of the valley The maid of honor wore white net with pink silk girdle large picture hat with pink roses Miss thef8 op No during the ceremony Meditation by Monnisson After the Ceremony thehappy couple repaired to the home of the bribes father whom she chaijg ed her wedding gown for her traveling suit of dark blue The couple left on the afternoon train for a trip through the sunny South The ushers were Dr Lee Grume of this place and Mr Ernest Blandford of Louisville the latter a cousin of the bride The visitors from a distance who attended the wedding were Mrs Eugene Blandford and Miss Dorsey Wilked of Louisville Robert Biig s of Bowling Green and Miss Willie Knott of Sjmngfield Bardstown Standard The End of The World ofDearwhen he began taking Electric Bitters He writes Two years ago Kidney whichitaken Electric Bitters They also cured me of General Debility Sure cure for all Stomach Liver and Kidney com plaints Blood diseases Headache Dizziness qnd Weakness bodily decline HaydonsIn most parts of the State last week they were plowing This week they are harvesting ice iti f CHILD BURNEDi IIrTo Death at Jensentpn Was Playing With Matchesj When Clothing Caught fire A little two year old dhijldr bf Mr Wm Lny the mail oarrioir between Springfield and Jensen ton nietia hotJ rible death on last Friday morning February 9 The little onpi rind an elder brother woroat pay in tha fami ly room the mother having gono over to see a neighbor jusba shore distance away when the young childs clothing caughj firo Before assist nce could arrive the child was mos horrible burned all its clothing haying been burned off The childs body especially its breast was burned to a sickening extent It is thought that the children income manner a box of matches and were stljking thorn c10thingllcaugh lieved it Some Rein nisenceS EDITOR SUN I read in the Macomb Journal Ill a few days ago where a house had been stnuck by lightning during a storm on the night of January 20 The family wits in the house at the time felt the shock but did not know the house had been struck until next morning It turned cold after the storm and snow covered the ground five inches deep The siding front one corner of the building was found in cleaning away the snow from the walks In thp year 1870 while living in Illinois a house was struck by lightning on January 20th near Macomb and burned to the ground Washington county and Mc Donough county Illinois have had interests in common for many years tin the thirties and some years after a number of families moved from Was ington county toIllinois and settled in McDonough county Many of these became wealthy and influential citizens These people took the name of Hills bore church eight miles North of Springfieldwith them and organized a church in McDonough county giving it the name of Hillsboro One of the families named Head lived a few hunI dred yards West of Hillsboro in county pri the rand recently purchased by Prof Stallings A short time before the Heads moved away tHey missed some corn from the crib They had aDutchman living with them who owhed a large black dog n med Jack Before the German retired he jut Jack in the corn pen to watch but before Mr Rend retired he turned the dog out and seta steel trap at the hole where the corn had been taken out and locked the door The Dutchman went out next morning before day light to feed and thrusting his hand throygh the hole for corn was caught in the trap When Mr Head went to his relief he was crying pitepusly to the doghe had fastened up 4et go V cket go et go its me Wack et goet go Macomb IS the county seat of tMc Donough countya city now of 7000 inhabitants Mr William Hardesty father of John Hardesty once lived in McDonough county and hauled the first loadbf goods ever sold in Macomb from Frederick town on the IllinoisRiver- The first rail road built in the West started from the Illinois River not far from Fredericktown Blow it the Government has established a large fishery and sends out from it great quantities of fish Black Bass and Crop pies for stocking streams in Kentucky and elsewhere lDuring the reign of Wild Cat money in Kentucky many years ago 1IrP S Barber fathet of John went to Illinois and in McDonough Han cock and Adams counties purchased a large quantity of wheat from farmers paying 30 and 35 cents per bush l This wheatwas hauled wa onsfroin 10 to 40 miles to Warsaw on the Miss issippi river shipped to New Orleans from there toNow York The profits were large A pastor now in one of the churches in MacoPtb was once pastor in Spring field R Fifty business and professional men of Versailles were arrested for failure to secure city license Required to ge them at once and all were dismissed b Judge Berry r LOS HILD Mr Sherman Martin Claims to f Have Se r Child Stolen r lnJ dianar I r 41 In Ottnlaat weak s issu we printed an article headac Dost Child It will be remember i that the story toldrof the kidnaping o a little boy of Dr T S By erg of Se sleyville Ind by a squad of roVmgho se swappers about two years ago ant of the untiring ef forts o f the father to locate the chilcL A description of th e little boy is giveh r ih the article clthe newspapers throughout the coc ntry were asked to reproduce the storj J Dr Byers believ v ing that through m iwspaper advertising he would probably nd his lost chi d t Mr Sherman Ma tin of near town road the story in tl e SiN which a11ed to his mind a visit rom a little b 0 to his home last fall The boy was with a band of horse swappers camped tear Sir Martins house His ar Llchildas to why his parents didnt buyrrum some better ck thes To this quesfc tion the child askec j Who those pee k1 pie down there caning the horse swappers they won tbuy meanythuig IJMr Martin says th j boy answered the description inthe SUN in everY par= ticular He was s thoroughly convffi- ced that the child i that of DrBuyers that he at once wr ate to Byers He has nut yet had tin e to receivean alfc swer 1 BENJOtNSOt4i JJ f Will Be aCand t1 icratic No rnatto forIf C1n ressjThe following special from BardSJ fJournalj State Senator Be r Johnsons candif dacy for the De ocratic nomination for Congress from the Fourth Ken tucky district was nnotinceQ here to Ixdayformal announcometit was made by his a closest personal an political friends S here and they say the announcement a will mean that th re will be no other entries in the race in this district The announceme t that Mr Johnson will be in the racje cate rather as a surprise except to his close friends and has awakened renewed interest in the Congressional race in the Fourth dis trict which has saht Dave Smith to Congress several times Several men i have been mentioned for the nomina jtion and their fri rids have believed that they could win but no formal an nouncements have jjbeen made Scott Mays County Attorney of Wa hingJton county and Fletcher CombS County Attorney bf Bullitt county have been mentioned in connection with the place but neither has ytan nounced MR Smith has riiade no formal an nouncement but his secretary who was in Frankfort several days ago it out that Mr Smi h would be a candiidate saying he hid received letter from Mr Smith iwhich the latter said he will be in the race There has been much specul tion as to what Hiv 50 Smith would dog ndit was thought for a time that he would not enter butj 5 the opinion recently has been that he would be a candidate Ben Johnson is one of the bestkriown r men in Kentucky He has been in pul lie life for many years He was al member of the General Assembly for f several terms and was Speaker of the e House of Representatives for one terra He was appointed Collector of Internal Revenus for the fifth district wjflj headquarters in Louisville during the Administration of President Cleveland iilivedtaken an active interest in politics he has never been a candidate foran tisition until he recently elected a mejn her Qf the State Senate which p8it tion he is riowholdingcMi Johnson was always a close friendof Senator J C S Blackburn and during the last political ghtncFrankfort was one of the chiefs J portersof Senator Blackburn H Mfev J never allied e ch1slvely with spy of the factions which have arisen MHS whoYSenator Blackburn ft t I t TiIz THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY fEBRUARY 1906 e i 1 FARMERSJ f I Werravea full supply of kinds rr sted rNorth ern White tits lie bet Clean C1o er Seed Tynoth t Blue Grass Our prices are always reas noble When you want arything in thi5 lineblue st oall I j d PLQWS We art agents for the Oliver Chilled Plow for rwishingfoneoti ptyand SyracusBlHillside ISow TheSe are the best WELLS BROS ttr il 0iI IMPORTANCE DEHORNING to If Cattle raisers and feeders coi fid Ihear the comment of buyers Ju the narket they would realize the Imp r tanqe of dehorning On more than cue lc4tpens of horned catUe on which Jbuy re had absolutely refused to uiajcc si decent bid The feeder buyer wn hornless steers to save him the trouble and possible loss of dehorning them ttf r Tthey are dot hornleSs he niakcV a Tbud istroubleDilm to pay what the quality of the cat tIe should command Horned fat cattle are discrimiuatid against particularly by buyers w shjp them away from the market point but not solely by them The lot I rbruisedred steers and he naturally protec Jblmself in the price he pays for them The day of horns on cattle bas go Try far as the markets are concerned Tbey mean a loss of 25 to 5D a car t s compared with dehorned or polled Jheadfii j which should be argume t nough In favor of the dehoruer Ku tlonai Stockman Ho Profit la Scrub Cattle t Scalpers who make a business of ljuylrig and selling feeding cattle In thy big live stock markets of the country report a radical change in demand dung the last twp years They state tha feeders who formerly were content tr r purchase steers of ordinary breeding luj thIn flesh will not look at anything un ness It ls well bred and good enough to IcIIl A glance at the store cattle thai weetmarket during recent months reveals musalel ers for canning purposes The fact that the steer Is In good condition when offered for sale as a feeder convincess the experienced ffesher that he is o a thrifty flesh carrying disposition he is plain and emaciated he Is imme- dIately dubbed a hard keeper and culled out of the drove The Pure Bred Boar One great source of failure In Ing good crops of pigs is the poor estl that furthers place on the breeding ori pedigree of the male for every one o them has a pedigree whether written or note says John M Jameson In Na tional Stockman If some were written they would present a most astonishing array of blood lines but some mon seem to like them the better for the complex mixture of blood that courses s through their veins I am not saying pedlgrIssafer for a farmer to use a pure bred t bartban one of mixed breeding Last summer I fed a lot of hogs purchased at different places Those showing that they were nearest pure bred ancestors Vtvere much the best animals Hlttlilnml Cattle Highland or Kylpe cattle aro a vA sjloty of rough coated usually red or Jblack cattle with upturned horns kept halt wild upon the moors of the Scot tish highlands They are believe to I cA TYPE oy mGHLASD OATTliE represent In part the cattle of the afao rgI Britons The specimen he roH Breederitxeteand s Highlander at the recent Smithfieldd England show Wintering Idle II race Grain Is always or nearly always mold expensive relatively than fodder says Professor Thomas Shnw In Amer ican Agriculturist but It would be tilt pUoWtheThe kinds of grain will depend to some extent on what the farmer has But In feediiig such grain an excellent opportunitj is furnished jot putting to It wheat bran grou d flox or oil cake to act favorably onteorgans In the pr field roots would produce the result Bought could they be hadIRoots are not much fed to horses in the United States They are not much fed because they are nqt mm4i raised They are not much raised because of nnod of the hand required growing them Ten pounds of such fool fed dally has a wonderfully beneficial inauenc- upon the health of horses that are be ing wintered on straw Without som rwlmnleconstipated and under such conditto ts they do rot thrive to the best advantages as is seen in the sta Ing and harsh quality of the coat Selecting a Mae The boar with abroad chest and with large girth at the heart has the greatest vitality and other points being equal is the kind to select for strong vigorous pigs that will resist ordinary disease germs and grow rapidly Galvestons Sea Wall makes life now us safe in that etyaa on the higher uplands E WT Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall forsafety He NewDiscoveryyears and it keeps me well and safe whichforLaGrippeprevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take HaytTrial bpttle free- Fouryearold Chester Shatprof Sharpsburg while playing fell and drove a sharp stick down his throat saidctell Messersmith Ashland saloon ap1pcounty for threshing policemanl r r Srin field Sijn Daily Herald Farm and Fireside ALL THROE PAPERS ONE YEAR 52 J JIESUN AND Both pa pars yr lf76Weekly 125NashvilleWeekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 175SS GlobeI175 T lriccraVeek New YOr World 175 125AmericanA erican Epitomist 150 150B200Firm175Review 285ScLedger Monthly 175 rpcrs Magazine 435 435Suhhv A VICTIM OF gCCIDEJJTI Judea Henry Walker Has Ex pcrtenccd Many but StillSltNJitJes Struck by Hghtiitig frozen In snow drifts neck highrmiiaced by tire with legs and arms tae ured repeatedly be cn usc of falls and runaways life 1m periled through so untubulh iu kido by horses until mullS tram pled hy infuriated steers endangered il by robbers and Indians half choked and starred on tho alkali plains of th fur west the vlctl of fifty more or less grave accIdenB Ilenry Walker formerly justice of he peaue of JoUn son county today Ji res to tell flue says a Webster City In c rresllOn ent of the Chicago Chronicle aIr Walker enjoys the novel drstinc tion of being the most Yrequently in juivd mail in ail own dating from boyhood to old manhood and his es capes from outnumbe- those of any horribleitleI11hS or Mr Walker seveiitysev en years of age and his remarkable record mishaps anti misfortunes gan about sixtysix years ago when he same to lout a boy lot eleven from hs birthplace In Tortace O Despite hi manifold accidents his life line bee energetic and fruitful and to this he Is as bright and Chipper as a grnt In his teens and Is as active and ene getic when not fiitho surgeqna hand as a man forty years his junior Dur Ing his long aird busy life he has aihassed a fortune in rich Iowa fart and non occupies and constantly Cttr for his thousand licros along the shores of tile lon river in Johnson and Wash ington counties air Walkers recent disastrous tussle with tioinuainhulisni caused him to be came reminiscent and he reviewed some of the many mishaps of lily even ful life Among them were the folios ing Attack of blatlfc cryfllpelas sight of TjEngaged lng match arm broken near shoulder eFell out of haymow broke several ribs Slipped wlille carrying water seven ribs broken Trampled by a herd of fortyfm- maddened stampeded steers three ri broken Runaway mules attached to a stl ring plow dntgged him across a fort brokennThree horses attucbed to a sick dragged him through la hayfield sickle iteanti terribly brnised dmebrokensthigh Tt tsbone he himself set nn dressed cartrnear which he was working In lie Ill E fINOUISFTIm FIRE and among the dead bodies lIe recovered unmark ed While on a Journey on foot drlrl fromhisandre hed with difficulty Sere fingers were frozen off as wasalso one ear Ills nose was also frozen A colt which he was breaking became unmanageable and threw him worQbrokIn a somnambulistic state he plunged down a flight of stairs His skull fractured on top and at the base nose was also broken Besides these enumerated accidents othernunniasv re temporarily Imperiled but out of which he came mlrabile dlctu un beenIth Qwn kicked and dragged by frac Uoushorses and yet suffered no broken bones and no InjurIes Of lasting char a teriwinter night In the midst ort littireenties clambered to the top of the three story bulldlng sail on tile Ice covered steel roof fought the fierteby Ptbyter to the rope he lowered he eatin firedi t r CHOICE MISCELLANY reUag the tirft Food fVictor lrrtzler who served tWOyeatst In the csu kitchens at the 1 ace In M Petersburg has given some Interesting details as to tie cuisine pf prccApUonstontho autocrat of all the itifseins Tlit laid cluf of the Imperial kitebeiJ8 holds the niuk cif g nenU lu Ute Kuj stirs Weill r recelves ft aalary of more tlmn 5pGU your told an Important ofllctelof the slate Under him there ts nit army f Bon o3tltl iuuu as chiefs un leeers o very l that teprppared for tit imperial table mast first be partkou of by a major of the army the fa d is then placed ii Ottdof the cairn where the major agam pars lIhutItloll The menu orded each day by the crar vho is a h party Muter who nettirdfsharoom tin which th0 regular meals Ill itbnuavault between meals 31IUig tn n NecillCMM Surplus 1There is deducted fijom the pay of 12di11asUhtgtonisthey are eligible for the home and there Is a growing conviction that tlx ajstand being 4ulte superfluous as the Ini Btituliou hats already accumulated a fund of g 4000000 which is drawing 125000 of Interest and theromtssiottj of this tax fnow reason not licntioricd for abolishing tha usedvas a public park for the benefit of Washington and in providing accomj- mpdatlons for the superintendent and such other officers ns arc assigned toi duty there Fhiladeiphia Record Harried life Mother n1 v acA man of Centrcvllle WaT aged fiftyseven was married a fov days ofbsyears latter n woman of fortyseven years bachelory oflethis remarkable case having been pre seated a curious scarce believing pub Didwesubdlike Intent hid the daughter lend theIdcaring who was the victorPortland Oregonian elitritftclt ioblllt The French nobility Is exactly twice as numerous now as It was before the great revolution ot 115 years agd which was aimed at the aristocracy and by which all titles of nobility were abet Ishcd Previous to that time there were 238 French princes and dukes today there are 460 At the beginning pf the nineteenth century there were In all 83000 titled persons In France among whom less than 20000 bad a legal right to a coat of arms There are now In the thirtythird year of the third republic 200000 Individuals duly possessed of patents of nobility At the time when the nobility was all powerful In France the aggregate fortunes of the aristoc racy amounted to onetenth only of tho wealth 1 y nobility today Argonaut That Old French Gnllnntry gnllantryIs torgetthUBtake to heart this little lesson from tho Hungarian poet Jokai At a banquet given in his honor the poet thanked the ladies present and ended with the words I drink to you myhallhnrdlyknwcompliment Then Jokai taking from his head a flue wig revealed a head entirely bald YMy hair as you Bee grayPurls Tunnelu ls nestreven suggested that the Jine way not be opened before the close of the Milan Septcmbelfrom Brigfj four ballast trains run dally and In about ti fortnight the lay Ins of tile telegraph and signalllues will luyIilsian side will begin and about the end of arch trains jl Ill be runulng from end to end of the tunnel Steam wjll be used until electrification Is corn meted euTamnRnoa Vanity i When 1 no the famous Italian tenor died not long ago it was found that he had directed in hJllwlll that his body be embalmed and placed In a lend coffin which should be deposited litn chapel to which the public always might here access Tamagno also showed his vanity a characteristic conspicuous In him throughout his life asking that his coffin have a cover of plate glass so that future generations might gaze upon his face Most of he provisions of the will however wilt not be carried out for sanitary reasons Z JepunheH ofllnrpmroDJb TIle IJT1chj of orougb who UonofOonsuolo Vnnderbilt RugbQlirof Wil liam K YauferbUf She Ss twenrj nine years agw her innrriage to the Duke of Mrlborough in New Yorl i I rrIin 1805 was the t event of the tiine She was reputed the richest and prettiest American bride jho tip to that tlnn had been curried away to Europe by a nobleman It was said her father gate her 919000000 with which to start houBeUeeping Prealdent Pnlmu of Cuba s President Palma of Cuba was born in Baynnib Cuba In 1830 and educat ed at the University of Seville In Spain He took the fluid In 108 at the beginuhi tot the ten years revolt with a large force of patriots was chosen P JllllTIJIDV president of the government organized by the revolutionists at that time and was captured in 1817 by the Spanish He refused to take the oath of alle glance easing he preferred to be shot as president of the Cuban republic He was released by the Spanish In 1878 and lived for a time to the United States Subscribe for The Sun 100 year CipudyHe vIsiani- s a sign warning6your eyes gbtomeIreIcharge hi fh prices anditsple need i nd giye it to them at moderate rites r s IJai J1 Graves BLACKSMIT ING HORSESHOEIHI I have estab ished a blacksmith shop eastTexasnew shoes 80 around old shoes 40c repairingatployed RICHARD RILEY pdlO Carriage Shop I am prepay d to do all of your wood work and repairing at the most reasoB able rice O CASH Upholsteiin of all kinds done Grain Cradle for sale I also have o le new shopmade buggy and spring agon and one second trimmingsof HBOND JuleX1D08i Springfield Ky The Commercial Glub of Franklin IB behind moveme it to establish a graded school IA SURE CURB I13aOUIiD3IICt IID xoscLii3 LIUIE 1LCB STD JO xTSrWTKIt JUTiBURNS SCALDS ETC InflaminafaortpremotesliltUely s CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True Texas writei i uK wife had been suffering Lie years with paralysis iaI BallardiSnohave also used it for old Boresl frost bits and skim eruptionl It does the BEST LINIMENT uuREFUSETHREE SIZES 25c 50c and 100 t BALLARD SNOW LINIM COST LOUIS U 3 A OLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Spri igfield Kyit CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TEL GRAPH CO t INCORPORATED tLong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost and wIllinoisLouisiana We can ut in qujck f1 Aand satisfactory communication w ththepeople of this great section of the cc untry Iablepassed MERE CALDWELL LELANDHUMEV it4lDiWE ikPresident i Genl Manager J t Ceml Mrr r Ttredd tarS tt h a r TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1906 f r tjr H c 1 f yI i j 1 cv j I y t t i DuguhinslFebruary xsl rw The Springfield Sun and Farm and Fireside both papers onp year for r 4Fj Jr 1N 0 0I t i t cIrJ iet r 1 fij The Louisville Dally Heraldt j rJ1 L f1OO Extrat t tf f fOr 200 for atlrthree t papers one year I f fi jl Since extending this offer to subscribers commencing the first of last month we have been doing an immense sub= cjiptipn s We were so wellpleas9Hwlth the business done that we wrote to the Herald and Farm and Fireside and t shed for a continuance through granted It After this month the offer will be withdrawn l l I4LTHEIu SPRINGFIELD SUNi kis1 14 L t tIf f Jr f IIiiir T It r f I i r The New Dog Law Full Text of the Law Which Is believe Will Do the Sheep Killing Dog Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ll Each year every dog over four months old shall be listed for taxation as herein provided either by the owner or by the assessor in the nome of the owner without fixing any valuation thereto Provided the owner may if he desires affix anyvalue thereto he wishes Every person who keeps or harbors a dog or who knowingly per mits the keeping or harboring of adog upon his premises shall for the pur poses of listing and taxation be deem ed the owner thereof and the assessor and his hif deputies shall ascertain the owner orharborer of eaoh dog within his territory and list and return the Same by magisterial districts The Auditor shall provide blank spaces in assessors books and schedules and the asseSsor in listing a dog shall enter its description upon the schedule stating the kind sex gage color size andname if any 2 The owner of every dog over four months of age shall pay a license tax thereon of one dollar The first assess ment under this act shall be made in the year 1906 between the fifteenth day of m er and the thirtyfirst day of December Said license tax shall be due and collectible as other taxes and collected by the sheriff and reported to the Auditor and paid to the Treasurer but the sheriff shall keep such licensed tax on dogs separate from other funds and so report to the Auditor arid pay to the Treasurer and the Treasurer and Auditor shall keep separate accounts of such taxes by counties The amounts collected by license tax on dogs shall be used to indemnify losses by the killing or irt t juring of sheep by dogs as herein pro vided 3 Wherever any sheep are killed or injured by dogs the owner or person having custody of sdme shall without delay and within twentyfour hours after such killing or injury is made known to him notify the magistrate whose district the sheep are located and make affidavit setting forth the number of sheep killed and the num ber injured the kind grade and quali ty amount and nature of injury there a to and that such damage was not caused ins whole orin part by a d gowned or harbored by him and that oe doesnot know whose dog caused the damage orif known mid such ac c unt reduced to judgement could not be colt cted aft execution The magistrate stall then appoint two disinter ested and discreet freeholders of the neighborhood where the injury was done to appraise the damage and shall furnish them with the cK irants affidavit or a copy thereof and the appraiser s shall forthwith examine such sheep arid make a written report to the county clerk together with his recom meridation endorsed thereon The clerk shall file same in his office and filingThepraisers shall be allowed fifty cents fo their services to be paidout of th dog tax fund of such county as other claims 4 At eneh meeting of the fiscal court the claims for loss or damage to sheep which have been filed not less that thirty days prior to such meeting shalj be taken up and considered and rejuct etlorif correct and just allow ti same or such parts thereof ns may b e deemed righ Provided That the fis cal court m ty require additional evi dence on anj such claims either by oral testimony or affidavits Such claims as are allowed tyntt be filed with the Audi tor whpshallL after the first of janua of each year take up all such claims b counties and draw his warrants up the Treasuroryn favor of claimant fa the amount al owed by the fiscal court Provided If tie amount of the dog tax fund to the credit of any county be not sufficient to pay all claims from such county Jhu Auditor shall prorate the claims rom such county Any surplus remaining to the credit of a county af ter all such claims are Alloyed bre transferred to the credit of t1 e fund of tiuch county 5 Every person owning or harboring La dog sh ll be liable to the party injured for all damages done by such a dog hut no rccavryshall be had for personal injuries to any person when they art upon premises of the owner of the dog after nighfj pr upon the owners 4 premises engaged in some unlawful net j in the day time Whenever a recovery is had before any court for damages to pheep by a dog thecourt may order the defendant to kill or cause to be killed such dog wit in lwddays after the rendition of the judgment 6 Any dog returned for taxation and the tax on which is paid when due shall be regarded as property and shall be entitled to thesame protection as live stock The qwner pf any dog listed for taxa ian which roay be injured or killed contrary to law or carried or enticed away froifi tne premises of the owner or harborer for the pUrpose of killing or injuring such animal or de prTviBg tJie owner thereof my recover exemplary damages of the person for so killin or injuring or enticing away such dog Provided That in the trial of action fqr damages arising under this section it shall be competent tpl offer in evidence whether in listings Nervous rOe tIf you arc in this condition your nerve force is weakthe power i s giving out the or gans of your body have workldogseand disease 1 Vlfen the nerves arc weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your veins the stom ach fails to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter 1Ypoisonous diseaserNerve must Dr Miles Nervine will do it bccause it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous s stem Several year ago I was nil broken down I was nervy s worneut could not sleep and wasl in constant pain- I doctored for months and llnnlly the doctor sold he could do nothing for me Ibgan Dr MIlf 3 Nervine and used altogether eight andhealthyII C CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Aye Allegheny Pa yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Medical Co Elkhart Ind Mires 1 t r dog any value was affixed by the owner and the amount of such valuation And any person violating the provisions of this section shall be liable to prosecution as in case of injuring any live stock or personal property of another 7 Any owner or harborer of a dog subject to be taxed who shall f nrrefuse to list the same with the assessor shall be fined in any sum not ex ceeding ten dollars for each dog he so Mails or refuses to list for taxation and any person who shall keep br Harbor a dog upon his premises or elsewhere and who fails or refuses to pay the tax thereon when due shall be fined in any sum not exceeding 25 for each offense and upon conviction the judgment mhy include an order requiring such dog to be killed ich order may be executed by a who shall be allowed Lthetefor to taxed as costs It shall be the duty of the sheriff and his depu ties and each constable in his district to kill or cause to be killed ant dog the owner of which has failed or refused to pay the tax thereon when due and for each dog so killed without the order of a court such officer shall be allowed by the fiscal court fifty cents to be paid out of the dog tax fund For the pur poses of this act the tax on dogs shall be considered due on the first day of Marchof each year Provided however Tho sheriff may collect such tax at any time and in such manner as taxes are now collectible by law 8 If any person steal willfully poison any dog not his own or put out any poison or poison bait upon his own premises or elsewhere whore the same may poison any dog shall be fined not less than 25 nor more than 100 or be confined in the county jail for any per iod nat exceeding six months or shall be both so fined und imprisoned at the discretion of the Any person violating the provisions of this section shall be liable in damages fqr any dog poisoned thereby 9 A justice of the place on proof that any dogis mad or has been bitten by a mad dog or has kilted or wounded any sl Qep may order su jh a dog to be killedand the officer wh executes the order shall be paid by the owner of the doh arid collected as fostsIf any person shall conceal a so to be killed or prevent the execution of the order he shall be fined 5 for everyday hd shall so offend Any mad dog or dotp having the disease known as the rabies may be killed by any per son except when confinedj by the owner upon his own premiaes lOThatan act entit1 drAnact to Slartesni rr same is hereby repealed and all laws fn conflict with act are to the extent of such conflict Hereby repealed Food That flake ISKfffl Mir albumen which is a typrpdncr of fie milk sugar faowrics was com parctt with fresh meat and meat scraps at the Utah station with the results greatly favoring the meat As the al bumen Is very rich In protein It appears that the trouble Is owing to Its lack of fat the tatty materfal In the meat helping xto increase egg produc tion yt has been found that lean meat produces better results fed with corn than with wheat Indicating that tho fatty material must be obtained some how and that when it is lacking in tile meat It can be obtained from a which contains oil like corn Pens at the Utah station having the most fay produced most eggs The same gen eral results were produced In two suc ccsslvo years Liens fed fresh meat scraps or bone gave a considerably better egg yield than those boxing meat meal The results tend to suggest that the importanceof titln food has bltc neglected and that much of the good et foot of meat is due to the fat which It contains rather than the protein or lean portion Freh Air For lien When a poultry house sweats when dampness condenses ofithe walls and forms us frbst or drips down upon tho occupants It Is n sure sign that the house Is not aired often enough or that you have overrated the capacity of the building and have too many fowls In It You can keep more birds with af ety In a well aired buildlug than lit one that is kept tightly closed For this reason from a standpoint of economy of house- room If for no other reason the n ces sit of thorough airing of the poultry bull should appeal to every one A plentiful supply ot fresh air Is necessary to health A damp venti lated building means disease debility and cen that scourge contagious ca torrlirtamlllarly known as coup l Care of Brcedlnpc Turkey When feeding turkeys for market the breeding stock for next years crop should not be allowed toteed with the rest of the flock as the breeders do not need to be faMustigood thrifty birds that will pick up mostf their living until cold weather sets In After that nndIare excellent Thojr Ret as atonlc to tone up the liver Alfalfa cut up and fed to poultry as green food will be a great addition to the Bill of fare nvithe suture TIle Duck Ducks reqiiire soft food and yet they need grit A box of It and one of crushed oyster shells placed them all the time will greatly bctoreI maintaining health Farm Jour L i h A Weather Philosopher t f The flowers are softer wiltin dike they missed the freshnin dew Butthars wisdom in all weathers art jest any do Though the winte blights the bloc soms in nldreana fellow sees The lillies ver with the weight of honey bees We sorter miss the mockin birds ttfati ringsButaint n donffc the winter flres mgl 0 jjuu temptwhenAint the boll berries redder tham yfec sweetheart s rosy cheeks Oh thars life an Jove amaxin in this won fer one an Warm yer souls up in the sunshine ketch the blossQms as they fall From the gray frostsprinkled meadsows your ay to skies obliiel Thars wisdom in all weather and jest any kindlll dolf TsCR Jarvis of Bath county raise on an average of l700 pounds ofitIbaccq on fifteen acres and sold1 at r8 34 per hundi edrWhile Mrs Price watson of Eraiik hh slept near the Movea spark set fire to her dress andj she was frightfully burned Farms and Business PrNArt SALEFOR Wt AgencyIlarrodsburg arSaniaacres Grant county KY excellent farm and bargain at 22 168 acres Mercer grasstencounty On river a good farm at 5250 i 240 acres 2 miles railroad station cer county KYt good improvements at improvedthreeacres near Burgin good farm 3750 120 acres six miles from HarrodsBurgv on Lexington pike at exchange pIkeinmiles from Harrodsburggood grass farm at 30excnangeH as part pay for larger nearBurginBusiness Livery Stable at HarVodsburg an residence adjoining 4700 rents for ma month or stable for 3200 Stable rented to January 1 1at 25 a month Store dwelling in one block Railroad town county ash other fine trade 2500 Also farms and other property of all kinds 1 have buyers for Washington county farms list yours with me now and I will sell it i v t If 4 si- TilE SMNGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14 1906 r 0 F WE1IiI The VuIcan Chilled Piow to Clover lfTimothy a Orchard Grass Blue Grass Red Top Exported We can make you ayer attractive price on Won Wire Fencing ofjaring o rall Kinds x HAYDON BARBER SPRIN6F1ELflSU Wednesday February 14 190 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher tfEntered eldI KYl for transmission through the malls as secondclass matter ute TELEPHONE NUMBER TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS SJaiIxThree Mouths J WIn writing to linva your address chnngcd always give the postofllce to 1i1oh your piiiwr youhitPARDON US PLEASE Ij The Sun office hasbeen inIstatejofchaos Sinceaast day having been engaged in moV- ing since that day However we are now in our new quarters few doors above the Clerks of fice Come to see us For this weeks issue of The SOIl1etapologies Of course it is no what we wanted It to be the most of our time hasbeen spent in adjusting presses etc The Sun you will noticeis not Printed as clearly as usual this is du to 9 deficiency in the adjustment qf the press which viII be remedied before the next issue Marlon Notes Mrs Mary Isaac Hays wife of Mr Harrison Hays died at her home in the r Penick neighborhood Sundayof con sumption Judge JohnA Burton has sold his interest in the dry goods business of Young Burton to Mr W W Steven son of Bourbon county who has ar rived here to take charge of his cur chase Chas Henry the 2iycar old son o Mr and Mrs J Ernest Abell loll in a open fire arid severely burned his left hand at the home of his parents Sun day morning Mt iJ Yowell a farmer of this county anti Miss Susan M Mills were married Tuesday at the home of Mr Sam Millst r r HILLSBJORO The sick are all getting along very nicely Mr Erastus Shirley and sister Mis- Sarah visitedrelatives at Patham Springs aturday and Sunday Mrs c M Hines and daughter Mifs Mary at ended church at Wilflshu Sunday I Mr J D Sutherland and wife Mrs Saura Scruggs and Misses Maggie and Judith Montgomery spent Sunday with Naan Mr Sam Montgometyiand wife vis ited the s broth r at Cardwell Saturday and Sunday Mr Sabe Coulter and wife visited relatives at Tatham Springs and Chap weekt hasgoneto Mackville to attend school Mrs Nan Scott and Effie Coulte visited relatives nsar WHlisburg las Monday and Tuesday Rev W E Sutherland filled Rev Ruen We wee sorry to hear of the f Mr Isiah Prather He was buried n Villisburg Friday we extend condo lence tothe bereaved ones Mr Thomas Hines of Booker spent i unday night with Mr C M Hines in weetCalloway I A Cold On J rrhe Chest f 1 lL4l uD11 r 1 fIs Always Un omfortlbl Vv and Often D a n gerous This is the season for cola and yt u will be wiseto pfovioe yourIS self with a bottle MENTHOL ATE Cough Syrup Neglect of a 1lungWe guarantee that this cough me icine will quickly cure a fresh Ia cold and will relieve even the most obstinate cough of long standing The price is only 25 cents perbottle Lots of other kinds and other e medicines hereIC Ja HAYDON IICORNER t I ongressional lommittee Called 1r Lebanon Enterprise The T Spa ing of this city cIb trictchaii1- an of the various ch vnnin of the i county committees in the Fourth gm sional district has cailijl a metingi to be held n Lc Ville on Monday February 19 1hp ting will he held for the purpose of eel scting a time method and poasbly the lace for choosing 1 Democratic nomin ee for Congressto- votf regularelectionxl fyr at the this full MIr Spaldin in the call urge ouch county chair man to be present sitI iht muting in p ron and that in tjhe event bey could their r tfpxies ecu d be voted announcedI chairman of a c unty not given to just nyono to Anderson Notes 1CountyJudg thq Black Minor chickens challeng ed Mist Jennie Lil rd to a tcstweight- of the eggs he claiming that the eggs 1erRock On last Saturda partyyproduced fifteen 3ggs vluch were weighed when ftVas fpundTthat the Plymnuth Rock tggs were onehalf pound heavier than the others Mrs J D Cox a tended the Pou try Show at Shelby ville last week and before the show pu chased from TIR M Owen Qf Shelby county the pair of Bronze Turkeys that later won first prize The prize paid was 3000 t Auctioneer J W j Sherwood went to ilarrodsburg on holiday and sold for fifftem shares of the pital stock of the Mercer nk at 160 per share of tht stock of NattonaI1BTthe First d ank at 155 per share sale but Ander- Son county banks beat them Anderson County Deposit Bunk stock recent ly sold at auction for 205 per share and stock in the othars can not be bought at any price Another TooaccoCrop Lebanon Enterer Messrt Joe D Hourigah lioJ Haganof the Riley neighborhood report a banns tobacco crop On sic acres of ground they grew 97QO pounds of Red Burley pergacre The crop ws cultivator by Mr Hagan for Mr Hourigan owner of the land An easy calculation will show that sixiacres for the year vfas 373 or 6uer acrel There is plentiy of sufch land as this in Marion county constantly chanc ing hands under bona fide ales at a figure per acre far sqoft of what Mr Hourigans land zdd for him mia one years crop listnot time for our farmers to hold far igher prices for countiodo it Respectti rWhereas on the End day of Feb ruary 1906 it w otthe Creator to call from our midst our WelIstwhereas ss tucky University Medical Department has lost a worthy member whose loss is deeply felt by his classmates there fore be it resolved that as a token of love and sympathy off the Junior Class a copy of those resolutions be sent to his family and te this Springfield pco pie ji Committee J Marshall G W- BottsWyatt Oscar Shewmaker J H J Grant Hale H F Threekeld r r BROOKS ILL t r Mr Isiah Prather who died February 8 was buried at Willishurg the follow ing day We extend sympathy to the bereaved onus Mr T Er WilsonV attehdbxl county court at HarrodsburgMo day r pornl to the wife of JM urico Cheat a 10 you d girl rJohnArmstlong boui h a cow from 25 Messrs Jim Wilson ar d Purdom Pink ston were in Springfieldl Thursday Mrs J Armstrong sold a sow and nine pigs to Mike Fitzg raid price Mr Ivan Armstrong aidwife visified Mr J W and Sundt Y Mrs Jim Mrs Uriah MPntg0P10r1visited Tues day Mrs A C Pinkston visited Mrs Nan Pinkston at Willisburg Ayednesday Mr Marion Baxter bought a buggy from Sleet Pirik ton for 18 Miss Artie Sutton visitjod this placp Thursdayafternoon Mr Henry Settles visit id his daughter Mrs Sleet Pinkston at Rock Rim Wednesday I At the Baptist prayer n doting in Mt Olivet last week onethird of the popu lace attended i E A Winterfjeldt clothier at Ripley Mason county has fails due iti is said to the fact there w s no winter r felt and slow demand for clothing y F + n + j1j clL ABigCorsetBargaifl T THE BIG STORE t l t i1 v 40f DOLLAI CORSETS J r To close out at theRedlculous 7 Lrlw Price of trscwlS4 7f r 68C J ti I This lot Comprises sine very good styles all of the popular I1VijB and FLEXIBONEmakes They certai ly will not j n with us very long at this price sovet advise ou to come early and get choice iJ IJ = 174T llAVNOWONSLEHJOjur New Spring White Goods Linens Embroideries Laces Long Cloths caahal Cottons Cambdes Sheetin Etc We invite yautotall and see them ti rI Just received new stock of Lace Ciirta5nsgraingit- from I UcO aoo Pr000 = = 5ERTON BRO tI J yunr t CARDWELL L tE G Hard sty is wry sick at this writing Louisvilleosthis week with 15 hogsheodsof tobacco This is their second shipment We know that advertising pays for Mr E T Pe loins adv crtisld three shoats in the supcribers1 free column pricefin Lib anon Saturday with a nice string pf horses which they sold to Cheathami Willis of Teiin see G WFostor and son of Rose lull spent Thursday night with E T Per kins Robert Noel of Brooksville spent Saturday and Sunday with W L Graham ItJ A J ler was in Louisville a few days last w ekI T7 Born to fe of Ji R Ward a fino boy i6tor E Perkinshnd Mi4s Ida hOliday wore quietly marriec Thursday by Rev Eaton of Illinois Henry G Moore bought from T 11 ROYAlty K store a dwelling ahd an acre of land for 1000 The sto k of goods Invoiced atleostOOOi Mr Moore will take charge In March JT Mobley scold to J R Ward 2i acres of land with a small house on it for 850 IIt A Wilham sold to Wm Foster a OV for 30 Holiday Brown bought from Jim Hqdgqr an aged hbrse for 20 and sold It toDavJll 80 J A Kyler srro R A Williams a colt for 30 and sold three calves raretoP G Perkins sold a nice bunch of horses to Cheathanv Willis ranging in puce from 12260 to 155 They aso bought from Graham of SharpevillO a horse for 120 fromib G Holiday a hprse for 115 from H Calvin onO driving m rW L Graham Id to John Sneqd of Harrodsburg a orse for140 also asorrorholsctortfort Calvin for 75 7V W L Graham sold this week to Dumaie Robinson of Diigansville a nitre stallion and p nice young black jack for 61250- W L Graham bought from Henry Hellord a cow and a4f for 35 H J Brown beught from GW Lambert a mare fo 35 J A Kyler bpughfc from Garfield Di vine a mare for 4Qo t MclNTIRE Mr and Mrs1Er G Mcintire of PredericktoWn visited their uncle Hillory McIntire and family on Sun day last Mr Alven Hickerson of Jasper IndJvfslteq his mother Mrs Ma nervy ickonon who is spending the winter with her C MdaughterJMrs Bringlo near this f Mrs Abagal Enson and Mrs Helbn Alvey spent last Monday with Dr Wright and family at Hardins Creek Mr Cletus Walker and sistervisited the Iftmily of Ed Hamilton in Marion county Sunday Miss Susie Keene visited the Misses Mulicans near Springfield Sunday Lem Smithof Blincbe was IMrMonday oh business Messrs T E Ballard and M A Brannan attended County court in Bnrdstown Monday Misses Lena and Mary L Mudd of Fredericktown were the guest of MisseVLossie and Mary Rose Field one day last week IMr Lank Boland and family of Ath ertonville visited Mr and Mrs SB ally ntl Sunday Mr AlWheatley of Kansas City- i visiting his mother Mrs Bettie Wboatley Mr Lewis Smith who has been mak ing his horn in the West for seven years is the g uest of his parents W and Mrs Fielc er Smith r Mr and Ir Kant of Low ville are vjfsi ing Mr garrison Nah and family J The bonds f matrlmonv were pdt lished at Bli coe on last Sunday b tween Mr Ri hard R yriolo and Ms Mary Taylor Mr Ed Hamilton arnf Miss Lily Ma r Kidwell and Mr Ito Ljsboufti and iss Ida Taylor t Mr and Mrs Ben Miles visited reu I tives in Mario c unty Sunday Mr Miles Si utfi of Nelson county bought of Tv man Keene one mule a 100 and also to 0 of Jim Keene at SH leach R A Whe tley bought of J P S eenisimT E Balla d bought of Thom SImms a bunch pf hogs at fJ cents Tine Cecil b ught of J E Higdor one mare at X75 In S If Defense Major Hamm editor and manager of the Constitutio alist Eminence K when he was fier ely attacked four years ago by Piles bo ightabox of Bueklrtq 4 Arnica Salve oi which he saye It cured me in ten ydayst and no trouble since t uickes healer of Burns Sor Cuts and Wound 25c at Cr Haj dons drugstor Qrundy Mcmtfte AUKE SPECIAL PRICES TO I Cash Custo ers i Ilk Come to us with your cash we will save you money x At t i r 0 I I L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY II 1906 i tt tK + tt iUM i++ + l iHitf 1 T W c to It L t 1 rv W j jrf t IiT 1IW L iWantoBly neD Een lYice RoosfelflS I Fqns Xw i l Another I 1 eJ lof HI COL tGives you the choice what js il Its the kind coal too ifs to buy Iliere is ECONOMY IN lot every householder who buys my pickedacoal uwt put offusing it 1 ill next suiimfer If youyyoull be the loser b1 t many a dollar on your coalIb11l and Save us replenish it Take my advise and save money J T r j to r 1 v r ANtFURS f r HIHESTCAM RiCES FO H DES 1 f N 1fAfiTC 1CKENS AND EGGSm iw t E F i1 t T j 1 6 fipA Y ItSHw 7 Lt ir t tI f a i i1 r TTI rd M1M H J NESJJfBIc iI J T t ii tit tt4HtHMt11jJI I iJ + IJ i t tii S t1 1it t+t Local News Notes Wanted dressed fowls atJohnson hlcCaliesvHenry Thompson of Wilfisburg 1st- a valuable brood mare on last PricFiy- Her eath was due to spasmodic cojic cOffc1atJohnson8McC FOR 1 good set secondhand double ha ness Gilbert Carpenter New Spring bnions radishes celery kale etc dt Jo nsou McCabes AH persons indebted to the Knott Millincy 60 plense call and settle by the 19th V The bcst on earth or anywhoro Blanfcis c ffao at Johnaoh McCnlteX JF011 R l1Nice office room over McElroy Bros grocery Dont forgot to read our ad then come and see us Johnson McCabo Quite a number of interostinij corn nunications were ommitted from this slue They will be printednext week mong them are itteresting letters rem Long Run Mackville and Freder ickstown rft t 41 ictosin Outil t For want of room we will close out at cost the tit and ends of Chinaware Glassware Tinware EtcWe Y have some bargains tooffei vrou v A Jt 4j= = r Wtittit Wo are preparjid with a fijj llue0 cods tOj fill iQur Lenten Orders = v Ricey EvaporatedApricpig Pzunes f Hominy Evaporate Poaches Hominy Flakes t Rolled Oats Evafjoiated Apples i Spaggotti OatMeal Nayy Beans Grits iTomatlU koraland t Macaroni White Fish oQSe and inKTte Corn ILtO Molasses Sorghum TCarajnel Etc + t r ii rr i Johnson M McCabe r i+ mii WILL PRINTNEXI The editor of the Nev Leader forms us that thWe will no issue of that paper this week Owing to the wreck in the office as the result of the fire it is imps dblo to jot things in f running order Initfme for a publication1 this week Everything v ill be inshape however by next wok md the sub scribers of the News Loader doubtless make allowances IIWiUj WANTED LUMBERI want to lot of oak or poplar lumber suitable building a stock barn Call n or dregs Luther Burns Springfield Ky The Harrodsburg Dpahocrat says Dogs got into tho largo fiock of goats belonging to Mr Froland rake on the Burgift pike crippling a number of1 them and would havedono muchamI age but for the arrival of Mr Thomcs- Durham vho lot drive at Jje dogs with both barrels of ashotgun tilling several of the worthlefeis caninoi For SaleINice piece of ijrppartfwoll located 6600 worth of jfmprovjanients and 50 acres of land thrown in All forC500 For further particular i cuI onMcElroy atrohe upll J I Notice lAlll persons having claUi ngminst the estate of J Fr Gribbini i deed are hereby requested to praeam same prop erly proven to tho undersigned on or before May 1 1005 t i AV C IqCll mDITS MAYBE v Sp ngfiold Ky I A Double Wed ing Married morning at 11 oclock at the home fcV W L Yancey near Mackville Miss Ida Bottom to Mr Sidney Rltey and Miss Annie Haydon to Mr Will Harmon Mr Harmon and his bride are citizens of that place and have a hot of friends vho extend best wishes Mr Riley is a well known young man f near Car nishvllle while his bride is he daughter of Mr Jake Bottom of Ma kville We wish them all a happy and prosperous journey th ugh lifer r I t ft Will Want C r= l d Of PJUlt Soon IS oZt i of prcfitable Keptah CI i 1 L Hti1 odds l Wharton Sunday In fTroubld With Uncle Sam Horrban ink Conrad Hertl in baker1is intro rble With the post office depart ent l r Schmink unthouphtf ly nailed a m jrphandise package tIn which he enclosed a letter tIre pack ago was opene by the postmaster iupr on its arrival a its destination and when it was fot nd to contain a letter the pst office a ithoritves were notified Although Mr S lminkhadno criminal intuntions it vill cost him a small amount to settle with Uncle Saint P ogre v The DobatingSocitj of S G C is will celebrate ihe birth day of the Father of our ountry by giving a Declamatory Conte it between six of its young lady nt smbors at the Opera House at 8 p m The music will be iftnishod bjr Mil s Irvines class The followings the program Piano Duot Hilarity I larch by Mero Misses Mary Lanipton md Stella Simms Roq In fJmuchl mbelle Medley Piano Sold Vales De Concert by Vein a wekiFrancis Martin RocLasca S010AsIPiano olo1h4 Wanderer by Men delssohn Mjnrj Lampton Rec Jems Last Rjulo Franciq Martin Piano Solo TKo Hunting song by Mondlosaohn Lpvise Medley Rec The Rivals plary Haydon Pian Due Grande de Con crt by Waiijanhnhpt Misses Louies Medley and Sim sRecccprrhasins and the Capthk Mabel 1 Tiliiahl8 Piano Duat Pi zicati from L lvia Delihbsn Stella S rams and liarLam PianDuetFanfareo l Ovoiture by R ssinni Mary Lamp n Louise Medley Officers Elected At a meeting of the town council FriOay night J Grace was reelected town mhrshal an W W Grigsby city attorney A Myslery Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mystery that Dr Kings New Lift Pille solved for me writes John N Pleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are gU togive perfect satisfaction to everybody or money re Haydonidrug PPGPooeoo1o0o0o0oQoQoQCJ 01 I Personal Notes tp 00 cta0 n poa0o0oGsgo0o is ooOO O Oo T S layos was in Bloomfield last week Mr andJMrs J R iSimms attend ed the EdGlenKell weeding at Bards town 1 Dr and Mrs JloBards were in Hanodsburg last week Mr IL M Arnold of Maud was in town last Thursday J 1Irj G Clements was in Jeffer sonville several days last week Messrs Andrew and Garland Cun ningham wore in Cynthinana la t week on business Miss Mary Gleasori was in Louisville several days last week Mn L D Baker was in Freder ickstown last Friday on bus ripss Miss Della Croiike from Croaks villa visited Vise Della Campbell last week Miss Lucile Law on of Bards town is visiting Mrs Hi D Styles Mrs J W KelJQ has returned hadobOw1 for aevdral days rMise Julia Pnrrott spent a few days last Week with Miss Mary I oe Simms Ii C F Haydon was m Bards town last Thursday Misses Lydiaand Sallie Htfston of Maud wore the chalnning guests a the home of H D Styles near town t last week Mrs Jennie Thompepn of Huber Station is visiting hor mother Mrsi Mary A Noe1 Miss Rebecca McWhorter has re turned home from Louisville where she has been visiting friends Rev W H Will its has returned home from Louisville where he has been for a fev days IMiss FJprence Hamilton ot Freder ickstown is visiting at the home of JIL Barber Mr William Medley who is atten ding school in Louisville ca11I ed Jacsk Spalding J Miss Mollie D rseyfot BwditowB is visiting the family of J F Slam Mr NiokW t on of Lebandi w in town the first otheweek on truer ness rlIr and Mrs Fred Mangat ol Louisville are visiting Mrs Mangstec patents Mr and raJ W Lewis Mr IP Mc ihdra of West Pmtvisited iara Sunday fMr and MrslC MeChord ham returned home aft ir a two week star in Louisville and 1 raakfout- 4Mr W T Pa war in 5rdb town Sunday andMontlay aConrad Heytleife wee ni i last wwek W FGrigSbr9nd tvite spentSm4 day in a 4l1iss Sadie BoY rafaifoed td her i home in Lebanon last Friday after s visit to friends at thiplaje Mrs Eliza Gain nd Miee LOu Booker visitedat the home rfMr Ralph Raga of Fairfiold the firs waek Miss ViiI Knott tea retiinrefi home after a two wceksvieit to her Auut i4rrs R Hi Bd lan of B jilrdr town Re Father McDonald of Cavtts t vi itecVRevPF1H8Dn sy thrt nt of Earl Smith Joni a little chiktoi t Mr if H Jones i quite nat present It has pneumonia 4nd while it is tjuite sick it is not thoUght to be daRges ously ill at this timV rWe are glad to announce that Mr Lloyd Clarkson whoVRSshotln tbft leg last Wednesday afternoon during an altercation batv den a negro and a white boy is dofgnicely and nap apprehendedtL1TSEYT fir and Mrs Jamde Oaybaooke ul Springfield are vojsijtihg oil nd Mrs A L itsey J S Leachman and wife were the guests of Robert Thompson and wifPat the Grundy Orphanage last weekJ Mr Ed Birch qndwife sp with Mr and Mrs W S Gibb aft Willisburg Dr William and wife have retume from Owensboro anti will make their t home with the lattetfs parents Mr aMJMrs S C VanArsdafforthepresent tQMr James OConnor snd daughter Miss Lavinia were in Springfield Safe urday shoppinff c i Messrs BB and J S Learhaii were inDany a Tvesday Lr f iof TUB SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY1 FEBRUARY 141906 r tThe Adventurers By H B MARRIOTT WATSON lCopyright 1898 By Harper fr Brothers Tjfcmgu I rlntrMuced tho Idea to Sercombes notice and the luiroduc Lion had bad its effect I had not yet glvzisiipc and substance to my plan of setting off the one scoundrel against the other I foresaw that I could Im prove my own position very substau tiUy by this stemof balance and I Qeffrmlaed to go now forthright to BoodontQI same errand Hb bad failed me In the mocking but perhaps be would have grown wiser in the coyrse of the days Imprisonment Xttere Is nothing like solitude and the opportunity of reflection to bring snap te prudence and now too I had 1 MeI1 Bcrteontfce and bad a geanine otter 2s cpMider I cameto the conclusion at alter all Rood would not prove- lIblurate and thabthe end of the war tarie wan almost la sight la some such mood as this I made r r ttf4l journey to the keep flattering my J ek with the success of my diplomacy ajEfl complacently contemplating an 3b Jttiiorafele settlement which would rid ot ow troubles bcntoh these wretch ttraers and leave us to the com 11table enjoyment of our share in the treasure of the Yyrlani Dinner was ever The clock In the JI ad ohimed half past 8 I expect M Hereembe at 9 oclock and must q iHHry to SACUM the interview before f vfifiLt I entered the dungeon carefully sifcd tteked the door behind me aawa 4My dwtom Thea turning I caft the Ufeht toward the boxes upon which Hood tad sat cewasHiot there Hastily I flashed ifce lantern sand the walls There 1WU no sIgn of Hood The dungeon sras empty qClUPER XV stared at the blank stones but theiramnnvfcllttxg grayness The sjlbuce r began to speak in that gloomy place RecoTOrltng myself I put down She lantern and considered First 1 delimitcprecaution was to influencec strangely the history of this narrative oneacould have opened the door when it was locked yet the prisoner 5Ns gdne If he Is gone said I aloud in order to reassure myself ho- must needs have gone by some hole That wws Incontrovertible I decided ttid that the means of escape mtut Iffthln the dungeon Once more 1 fia ejected the huge qgken door and shook jhy bead Was there any taw in the wood Perchance there was a secret r spring in a pawl I went over the surface carefully but found nothing Very well said 1 I will unriddle this or be hanged for a felon and I set to work upon the walls Inch by inch I passed the masonry under my scrutiny but made no discoveryIII will go over it again I declared des perately and resumed my work from the beginning I had not reached a point fiery tar from the door on this second round of investigation when my glaace slid off at a venture and al most mechanltaMtr rested upon the treasure chests Something unfamiliar in their appearance vaguely persisted in my thoughts I left off fumbling with the wall and stood gazing at them They took my eyes with inter est aid crossing the room I hed the light upon th0 cases fingering the gold Pieces under the broken lid One twq threethey stood exactly asno that was the polkt They bad been moved With a view zest I examined the floor and sure enough one of these chests had been pulled out from the wall as tar as its own width I peeped over Illuminating the space beyond I Th slab of stone which the box had covj fired was like the other flags that made the floor of thd dungeon I leaned low er and sitting crossways on the cheat pushed the slab with my foot It clanked dully to the kick of my heel but what was even more amazing one it seemed to shudder and tremble beneath me Fully aroused to action I jfiung myself over And alighted with both feet ahard upon the flooring I another moment I was tipped forwar and felt myself falling precipitately upon my face Catching at the ches- with one hind I sated myself but in the effort the fell from my hand and went out Slowly I roped in the darkness and truck a ofatch relighting the candle Their I turned to the slab of stone It lay open displaced one end pro trading upward and as I saw had twisted on some kind ot axle Below was disclosed a great mouthof darkness Come aid Ito thyself I think know where friend Hood is and this begins to get interesting I felt in imy pocke where my volver lay safely and seizing the can die plunged Inftct the t vii looking hole A jstair ay of stone ran downward but very teeply and bndthe dlfllculty ia preventli g myself pitching forwdrd ng Inst the roug masonry ofl the opp site wall The walls brushed me upon either sIde as I descended so narrow was the funnel Down foWltlwent until presently reached a sort ot landing which broach enroInto a little irregular chamber Jlerqn ray of light caught ray eye and I followed it till I happened upon a small door jn the wall A huge key was In the loci but the bolt was not slimed and bjj wrenching hard I art forced thelloor open 1 Ton loojccd down upon the waters of tho moat In which iny tiny flame danced In the growing darkness After a little coiisldoratlon I saw whore I was This must be a sally port Airing aeeesi5 to the fosse Indeed the water lapped the lowermost step upon which I stood Was it by The stab of ttime la open this way Iktit Hood lord escaped 7 It seemed certain and if so there was chagringotcholy news to my friends Retracing mjr steps I ihnttha door and Proceeded to recllmb the stairway but In the act of doing so I paused for the Inn tern flashing ion the obscure corners revealed to me a second flight of steps leading still downward from this level Without hesitation and moved by some excitement I abandoned my first Inten tlon aad plunged down this now well The second flight led downward even farther thin the first and must I reckoned lave brought me under the foundation of the castle At the hot tot I was in a square damp hole and bef re me stretched a tunnel the height of i tall man and Yery black and miry Tit thought of entering that my terious and honidgaIJcry gave me a uomentary PQ so bpt dissipating my forebodings ll marched forward and wall soon bu fed in tho bowels of the earth Tl e tunnel was barely six feet in heif ht and I was obliged to walk with a slight stoop To add to my discom fort the roof which was rudely put to getlifer of huge stones was very wet and water trickled at intervals on my heaL Moreover I was being gradual coated with filth from the sticky nat ro of the clay through which the was driven tiad which had in ot time percolated between But I was now resolved tox gallery end of the adventure and so I on undeterred by the neon and almost blivlous of my A sense of suffocation accompanied me but soon that feeling wore off and I strodje along at a sharper pace lighting aiy way as well as I could with the lantsrn and stumbling at intervals over the de of earth and stone which eu be1ftJt1i footway I must have gon some 300 yards in this fashion began to find the passage grow Some time afterward 11 red ahead but shining as lit WiI from a great distance a point 1 that grew as I advanced undoubtedly the mouth of tle and assured now of reaching som goal and no longer oppressed I y the terror of that dIsmal lilley I in creased my pace moving forward 6 the Ight with a cheerful alaerlty Thus i drew near to the jape ot th it exit and came presently raom the gt lery itself into a wider space of cave n fuel tig the heavens and rained upon I y stars About me the hollow shadowc d and hidden und the thick autumn f Hag was very gently luminous I aad now to determine my positlo i and I will confess that I could n t whereabo ts A noise of water ran In my ears coning from my right hand and tow rd this I pushed my waY T e tree were close hind the undergrowth Of b acken and bushes rendered iny ail tIn e very gradual but by de rees tarrived at my point and found what I had lately begun to suspect thnt the sound rosy from the little brook whlc i Here descended the face of a teeslope In a plensnnt gusliing wnterful theds my e confinementte my sum passage I stooped and jbathed my face and hands in the running strer m I now began to see where I was This WU3 a point in the wept belo v the castle where the btook left the ark and where the hill fell sud denl away into the valley clothed with n dense forest and traversed by few eve charcoal burners I leflccted that this was a valuable alit to the castle and then uhon that fell Ike a blow the second t ought that Flood might move chosen tills mode of e caps in which case thcj gallery tewas a drawback to us ratlier thnn an advantage And yet It appeared idle uloni to suppose that a would hunt about to follow the longer and thetI thnt must huve thehmoat was gone andlt behocved us to renew our defenses Und tone rt our plans afresh IAs I reaciteflthis conclusion in my revs e wilt the sound of the waters pleas intly dUlling my ears I seemed o catch sight of a reflection flashing black among the tangled lights of the IwasawaJc i tOjny pgsltionjten seconds lat k 1I er tho blocs njas drumming In nii ears my timplea throbbed with pnfn and two men were kujseliug on my cheat Let him bet Charuxosl Loose his throat you fopl said a volco which hud a rnmlliar effect upon me I stab gcred to a sitting posltioij the two ruf flans holding me and stated about me Very sorry sir said Hood Hole they didnt choke you tjoo much sir Twasa near go I rasped considering him I camo to bring your supper Ilbwl I stain mercd and to thin day I am glad to think I took ttie rwverse with so much coolness For It was no meats feat1 can assure you with the breath out of my body and my wits wandering and my head ringing from an ugly blov Thank you trsnhl Hood with his usual effrontery Thank you kindly sir Im sure I could have sworn the man was more of a gentleman than1 a valet find he was cwrtalnly more ol a scouudrel than either But liuvlnjr discharged this civility he turned his buck and paid me no further attention merely issuing in order to iris cutthroats The two dirty Greeks one of whom was my squinting ac iuainta4ce marcled mo along without more ado And it I had considered the possibility of es cape the fancy was dlspjclled by the presence of two more besides Hood himself which I discovered whey WP began to More I said nothing keep jug my eyes wide open atul my brain as ready as might be 4r was any word spoken upon either side until we drew up at the Woodman stopping be fore which Hood requested me to enter In his most conventionally hospita ble I mannert mind as to have for me but as yet tlie situation was too novel to allow me consecutive thought I was led Into a large Warn like building beyond the inn and reach ed by a flight of wooden s eps outside The room was large and a and had evidently not been used foPa granary these many years Indeed it bore tho plain marks of recent habitation and it came across me that maybe this had been tile hiding place of the Greek this cell the Greeks thrust me and locking the door behlni them din appeared leaving me to my own reflections That these were not cheerful I need not assure Although I was but partially awakened to my raisfori tune I had no in seeing whither it tended Ho d as I now per celved had discovered the secret fcali lery and had made hi a esc pe by that and not by the sally port But yhy was he lingering abou the entrance to the passage And haw vine he in company with his al des 1 had not contemplated this p oblelftor five minutes ere the secre my capture dawned on me ud 1 W confess fairly turned my stomach Through the gallery lay the one rpud to the treasure and Hood arid L were tha only two people In the drama wha knew that Jly seizure m ant then that the way was now clear for him and his enterprise The treasure of the Vyvians was at his mercy s In these desperate considerations I spun out the better part of an hour at the end of which time the key creaked enIteredset own upon the rude bench table and turned to me seating himself In a alrand disposing himself with comfort I regret Mr Greatorex saId ho suavely and pulling at his cigar with his hut on the buck of his head I re gret that lam somewhat lute to my appointment with you It was to have been 0 oclock I fancy Now I recalled what to say the truth I Jiad completely forgotten in the adventure which I had experienced that I had myself named sacli an hour to receive the capitulation of the captain It maddened me tore ember the fact arid my triumphant dif lomacy of the afternoon in the face of my dis mal failure and this bland nail sprawl- Ing creature But I was not to take a rebuff with my cars dowel and so I spoke up as calmly and as politely as himself You are right said I Nine oclock It was But like you I have been unavoidably delayed So please dont apologise A smile lit up his faceand he was always best when ho smiledand his eyes twinkled- I begin to see Mr Greatorex he said how it is that you have come so near winning this campaign I have no doubt I shall win It yet- I returneq No doubt he replied cordially But forgive me Mr Greutorex I see you Lave no refreshments herei and I am sure you are In need of them It wus unpardonable of Hood So sayIng ie rose and went to the door shout ig some order to a man below whom I Judged I must consider my sdntry Presently and before the cnptajn re snored his sent Hood himself entered bearing In his hands a tray containing n bottle of whisky a carafe of rooter and some glasses He cast an eye of scrutiny on Sercombe who lolled once more in his chair but lie said nothing and retired to the door Sercombe filled two glasses Allow me Mr 3reatorex he said and puffed for some minutes in silence Indeed It was I who firs resumed the conversation il presume Captain JSerconibe I said that you haVe come to tell mo that you do not acceptmy offer Precisely he own d faking his ci gar from his mouth That Is ex actly the position fir 0reatorex I lon t know how youiguoessed it but there it 1sI do not feel Justified in consideration of my relations with IJLollosnhflIThen the farce I see ho reason for our con l Ore We Fe Trusty Practictbl Dentist y SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentatjwprk at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office ovcrJIInydou Harbor Dr J1BrtoRESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted with ouPain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY lAll Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hn on Block tip stairs B D JAKEinsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident LJOld Massachusetts SJutnal always reliable and the best dividend ying companr1n the world Your insurance d DR J H LAMPTON r DR J C MUDD LAMPTON1 MUDD SPRINGFIELD iKENTUCKY nlvOFFICE c J offJ fS Office Hours 12 My1to 2 PjlJl Dr J Hj HopperSPJI- INpnELD f KY Office in Hagan flockUp stairs Phones Residence171 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NUR It 1ELEP NES Day 49 J Night 109 I T SCOTT 1AYES ATTY T LAW Springfield Ky Will ractice In tho courts of Washington and RdjoIninxcQuntlcfrjin the Court of A peals and CC MtCHORD ATTYAT LAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will In the courts oC Washington and sdjoining counties rind in tho courts or Ap penIs r WE SELECAUN ATTYATLAW JWillton ads MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield KyIOffice in Robertson Building Will in the Courts Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court pf Appeals SM CA 1PBELL AUCTIONEER- Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty go anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 USB MARKs STIXI CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers Cast LeastWear Best Salesman i BC BOOGS f 1 CLUBBING RATES WIT LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun Louisville Times one yearr tv5 00 The Sure and the Diily Courier 40fSameThe Sun and the dc fly Courier Journal any th ee days in the weekj r 3 70 dailYCourierJournal days in the yeek six months i 2 30 The Sun and the Cour 0FheHerald one yearJ 3 00 fIhe Sun and theLo isvill g Evening Post o 4 00 cyeart WASHINGTON COUNTY t BUSINESS DIRECTORYt WilES WiT when you wnt to have a job ofYu ohavor the htfmo mechanic At homo the merchant knows yon and will now misrepresentbis Jcoeo you hu has known you for roars Irs is your friend he doesnt want to cheat yen he doesnft want your money for nothing If you have over bought anything fjroin a map leaps hcxsai doubtless ypu cab rornombor of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont ctune up Pay yourraoney out at home and It may come ba kv again butsond it to one of the big mail order houses and it will Lut 20c nt cigars for Botnej ttheifollowingablomun When you wan to make a purchase otover tills list arid fjleot your store you will bo tickled when you Compare your puroha hntor the o bought from tiMi big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Deplore In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queen warc 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Daily Suny only pailytrainsOutg aing No 4No 90 hNo 44 4 rLeaves Springfield 525 a in 715 a mi 20 p ILeaves Bardstown 617 800 u JJ V20jLeaves Bardstown Junctn703 845u p m Arrives at Louisville 795If 935tr 45p m No2 t Foldin1 BrowneI Price I f A wonderfully capable and accurate c mera built on the Kodak plan Good enough to satisfy experienced photographers yet so simple that children can use 1ti PICTURES 2I 4 x354 inchesj Loadsan daylight with film Cartridges i Fittedwit meniscus lens andsutter with iris 1aPhra m stops i FREiEASTMAN KODAK CO Rochester NY THE SUN a- nit t 1 rTUn SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY N 1906 Ilt t f tudm lIsennervliw nna dMJf nth spuiewhai tired If you q use me I woullnot trespass upon you In the slightest ho interrupted BHat 1 liad an id xthat wo migh sir rive at a IcouiprouilaD I said i oth dug for I pad uot the faintest m lion of what ho was at You are Wire he cwtlriuld Ii life pleasant vofce that thor is au ac cess to the dungeon In which justiflabl r or otherwise 1 express no opinion you 0ntincd our host I bowed and sipped my whfaky anti water You are also mjt11che went on ithat now jrou the only po son who has Unbvyleilge of that pri ute rbadare let us say onjoylng the hos pitality of the Woodman the troaiure chests pre not likely to remain OUR where they are llewaIte on uiy ansxypr as Its Inc thing anxious Uut I merely not tied and witched hIm Captain Servo ube 1hlqreddungeone and without giving tin matter a thought I prod key r which as I have J bud put in my ix ckot ncedtje Scrcombc s eye rose and went to the door and glancing into the darkness Tien he returned and drew his chair nearer to mineIYou made nit a proposition tlifs afternoon be said earnestly VI did said I which I now beg to retract It waS not good enough lie went on paying no attention to my sarcasm = not nearly good enough But what do you say if I make one to you now I shrugged my shoulders I am at your mercy I said I envy you your powers of else he sniduI am pretty good but admit tau beat me But come I am snaking you a proposition What do you say I have already said IL 1 see I will get no more change out of you he said soberly But J know a man t4 trust when I see hiin That GrqatorcxAndsometimes it is unavoidable He broke Your friends dou know where yoywent tonight hejasJted 1Iu Why do you ask I said If the dungeon door is locked It is impossible that they can get into it kfYhftwentwild open the door find the bird flown asa perhaps the entrance to the secret passage disclosed This began to interest me What was the rascals purpose i Well I put in He lowered his voice which convey ed a certain effect of fear to my mind In which case the treasure would remain In the possession of the castle You speak like a book of Euclid I returned after a pause And now captain let me ask in iny turn what proposition are you making to me He considered tar a moment There are three of you he said But I coo Leas I cannot reckon my friend Moot gomery Let us say two then I am willing to go halves with you la which case as you will see there la a quarter for yourself You would betray your associate I said dryly Pardon me said the captain we are not here to pass criticisms on mor also And if it comes to4teat what are we all I see no pin prick between us I do not invite your conclusions on my conduct I have the honor to make you a proposal The rascal leaned back In his chair and watched me with a curious air of satisfaction Indeed his complacency was well grounded and I could not but admit to myself that he was making me a handsome offer His distrust or his fear of Hood was stronger than hIs greed and it was to that we owed this unexpected intercession when fate had turned clean against us Here was I a prisoner and with no possibility of escape The treasure lay at the mercy of these vagabonds avid even at this moment the pieces might be slipping through Hoodto loving fingers Assur edly I shoull be a fool I thought to refuse Sercombes compromise He J must certainly have made the proposal In good faith for all I was Invited to r ke1whIcht trance to the dungeon had been dls coverJ I withdrew It from my pocket He nodded confidentially That Is all I nsk he said queriediJ Chamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy le famous for iU cures over Urge part of the civilized world It can hraJ1I be contains no opium or other harmfuldrug and may be Irlytu as con dentiT to a baby to an adult Price 25 cts Large Size 50 cfa You snail no fit inorty at the dAfll out opportunity I cats tllut be return ed Obi rye JSIn Gre itorex that I mil tRleiiiga great risk I am depond tug upon your word Jf IKiVe Utl replied you may dopoud Yoii will warn my- eolnpnuionsT I nsketL- I will see Unit they pay a visit to their prlKoner1 aid henndIreckon tlioy will Avant lit le warning lifter that You may tale the keysaitl I after u pause Hut flthllt moment a slight sound ns of soft Irectupon the creaUlnu Kill 4lllJM us Hilly whit ened visibly and looked uneasily at the door I It is hotter tint I should leave you now he said hi trludly We can settle tills tomorrow morning And slicing clear signs of discomposure he left the burn As for me I sat with the key In my hniui considering I thought I could put a name on the owner of those steps CHAPTER XVI IllorrolSSnever cause near me passed the day quite alohe sate for the occasional visits of one of the Greeks bringing my food I began to have avery hitelllglble VK5W of the situation Sereonibe had been fright cited Off the arrangement lie hud COil templated by the fear of his companion or If that were not so though I was now quite prepared to credit lt1k deemed it wiser to postpone tlii ad venture still further In which cake 1 might still keep my hopes alive awl nourish an ambition of final success But the truth was that caca day lott was so much gained toward the ac jomplishment of Hoods objact and oven as I sat and gnawed my fingers and rellected in this doleful mod the treasure was fast leaving the castle passing into the possession of alien and bloody hands Tlcre was yet another alternative abo t which I could not make up ray mind Hood might have bought jtlie allegiance of his traitorous associate arid if 801 wished them both J y of their bargain together I would trust neither scoundrel beyond the reach of my firms or the audit of my ears and I was pretty sure that neither would trust the other Their whole associa tion rested upon a mutual compact Of greed and it was aids but the gold once under their hands they would full out In some mortal strife accord ing to the ancient proverb If thatII should happen perhaps the ancient proverb we as representing honest men as nearly as possible In the circumstances might come by our own or speaking more properly some one elses own For the present I had gained nothing and lay a disconsolate prisoner in that airy cell guarded by watches of the Greeks So far as I could determine we the defenders of the castle and the treasure were In a bad position and there was nothing for It on my part but resignation with ne civil a grace as might be I had already taken account of the defenses of my prison and saw little prospect of escape but I will confess that throughout the first day of my captivity I was somewhat under the Influence of hope and hourly expected a conference with Bercombe Title as you may knagtna drew my attention from the Immediate of my surroundings but ecrutlnyI morning of the second day combo still failed to visit mo I Cast about for other means of capecFirst of all I examined the bftrn very carefully It was a huge building and rose at the apex to a height of fif teen feet or more The sides were of wood but the top was composed of a skeleton of rafters coated with thatch Two windows shono In the room one at the back part and away from the door the other inserted In one of the remaining walls The door was of course kept locked but by screwing my face against the side win dow and craning my neck I could see the figure of a man on guard evidently at the foot of the ladder There was little chance of breaking out this way The second window gave on a low ly ing stable at the back and beyond that there were the great trees and cool deeps of the forest It was securely barred and fastened and that from all appearances quite newly The second exploration seemed to offer no more encouragement than the first but I was not yet resigned to defeat and sitting down upon the floor I fell to thinking mechanically opening a small penknife which was irilflry pocket arid paring my nails I do not know It I were conscious pf the act but I remember that It was quite a long time and when I had grown almost desperate In my sonny sels thnt the advantage of this tiny weapon occurred to me The wooden walls were not higher than f six or seven feet and above them as I have explained rose the superstructure of thatch to the pinnacle of the roof I paused In my occupation and rose quickly By standing on a chair I could easily reach the thatch between the rafter and without a momentary hesitation I plunged my knife into the nywH of reels Sharp as a razor the small blade cut through the straw at a stroke with a Slight rasping noise My blood flowed In a strung strimpi of excitement Here surely was n road to the outer air But this was a venture to essayed by night and after my jailers hud re tired for the evening consequently I put aside the knife nnd waited vcny Impatiently for the fall of d skIt nits not vntll 10 oclock at night that I dared to make my experiment By that time my supper had boon cleared Slid the Greeks bad been gone for nn Uour The barn was In solid darkness which was all the better for ray purpose and getting upon my Chair I set to work at once among the straw of the thatch It any one should come In from this point onward my adven r tjire would bo hopeiesL TjISaoiili stuns confessed bi my task anj doubtless be doomed forthwith to It ingee seyjure and less comfortftbh prison Therefore the need of haute was the greater md with linger and knife I sheared through and tote OBrmdar the thatch with the utmost celerity The Job war none too dnSTand 1 swished at the work with my lienA burled under the debris of the straw and my throat choking with tite dry and rotten stub ble Yc I head worked hftrd and fast enough to have opened a hole two feet through tie thatch In a couple of hours Through this the night lower ed dark anal sum bur upon me There was now no uiteBslty for de lay Indoivl the nccernitcttis all for Instant action I lit nerd at the door null window for Kouinln of Ills wntry I IU r 1HEYER J Together we strnffylal on the housetop but couTO liOiIFuoTMing He night C2 asleep ian rate he lay upon the farther side of the burn and 1 might hope toi escape his notice by breaking over thp stables Into the wood Has tening tmck I got upon the chair anti pulling myself up by the rafters grad ually drew to the live of the bolo My bend once outside I breathed deeply of the purer air Then dragging up the ret of my body I dropped gently to the ground beyond It was u deeper tall than t had anticipated and I came dowifwlth a certain clatter but rest- Ing a moment In tho shadows I heard nothing No alarm was raised So creeptng to the stable I climbed softly upon the roof and clambered across the eavea in the direction of the for est Suddenly a small noise arrested me but ere I could collect my dnses to determine It a dark body crept round a corner of the roof and grappled with me I seized it fiercely resolved to do battle for my liberty with an the strength at my command and together we rolled and struggled on the house top Then my opponent slave a shrill whistle and the next thing I was con pairbtgave It up moreeapjeclally as we Met rolled to the edge of the roof and a renewal of the struggle would send us owet Into the yard with broken limbs and bloody pates If some one will take his foot out of my stomach I said I will descend Into the yardIAt that the tension upon me was re laxed and I wits pushed forward roughly to what appeared to be a trapdoor in the roof dow which I climbed thrust brusquely froci above Here I found myself in a small loft above the stalls of the stable My captors fol lowed and one of them struck a match when the light fell upon Hoods face prom that familiar and sinister countenance my eyes glanced about me to several figures in the half light I saw at once what had heed my undo- Ing for this loft wa4 used as a dor mitory for the Greeks and the noise of ray passage along PIe roof hail evidently alarmed them At a gesture from Hood two of these brutes seized my arras and I was forced to descend- the ladder to the ground I protested against this treatment saying that I bad given my word dot to attempt to escape and I supposes some sign pass ed from Hood for the men suffered me to proceed keeping however upon me We entered the Inn unHICStcd way and I expected to thrust into some there to rot and fester imtll such time us my Jailers were pleased t t6 deliver me To my surprise hotveve I was taken Into an inner the IUD where I was eft to pnrmrrra Greeks turn ing thekey In they retired No word had upon their side throughout the sc ne rey moved like automata at the bC qf till innkeeper A lamp was burning on the table which was coveted with a green bath tablecloth and the little window looked upon the road wbjere the sign of tile Woodman wit his uplifted ax was swinging gently Immediately afterwi rd Sercombe en tered with hood upon his heels I regret Mr Gron orex said the adventurer that you should nave sol small a notion of was to try this game It very pearly llmoffI answer ed r I grunt you it was very ingenious Mrj flood and I have Just been muktng ugrntulutelyocleverness is only VIl tint You Bate beenthbroughnaturally you pay tbi penalty lie spoke very jauntily and plucked hIs inustuQhe quite guyly chile It sickened me to see tho blackguard there In this new role who but fortnight hours be fore had pledged meJI a word to carry out another arrange nt But If he could betray his friend j I had certainly nf jground of complain that he should betray me I dont suppose it cost Win moAjents scruple Tllffeeff loot big at ului tlfere 1 brought myself for the first tline nlmost to prefer Hood to him Hot dut least was a frank one uiify dlibo fc though ho mIght be nin galngto ask tuu Mr Greato rex wen bn SercoJJiJq to pass your word to ninke no effort to escape toy nIghtJo reason why not I eat dt bltterlj If I do not I cer k better of you than to sup pOgO you will let me break out again I puss m word Take it and have done with Jt That Is right he answered cheerfully Yiu will find an excellent sofa hero thou h Jt is soft in the springs And the two retired leaving me to fhe night and my Own angry thoughts- I way punctually called and punctu nly serves the next morning by Hood blinsplf ago whatever his faults was a rant lIe said nothing beyond malting the customary Inquiries of a landlord and if I had ben In any other moodf than that of er to chu fcrin the Irpuy of that iljft or coffee sir would have tickled my sonso of the ludicrous Ilut I was1 not disposed to talk and so I was equally sllolit with hint Norwus my quietude lotwn pn til soles two hours luteiu when Stir combo entered Look here Mr Grcntorc said he quickly lwere not ehrefal this little enterprise of ours will be taken clean out of our hands I thought I observed thnt the game wUil over wpmlerlng nil the time what bo wits ineuulugi Yes niu no said heibut theres lipQnahappening while youve been here- In other words I answered my friends may not have been caught as oitily as myself though you will note that I still have that key I fancied that he itynced butbe went on hastily That Is so and besides In any case 7111 are bound by your com pact of silence If you will toil me what you are driving ntr began See here sir he broke In Theres been a deal of talk In the countryside and what with that mutton faced fool Jones suspicions the authorities have begun to smell a rat I am very sorry for you said I dryly I understood that he had not a high opinion of you Ills opinion be hanged he retort ed but I wojftt have any interference nor I take it will you No I prefer my prlsoa naturally I declared What I want to tell you Is thlsN be resumed paying no heed to my Sar casmHit seems that Jones and the other meddler have got wind of your disappearance The police have been scouring the Gweot sad what must the beast do but cast his suspicious eyes on me 1 He dropped his voice They are outside now ant Hood is parleying with them Theyve got that silly ass of a o Is by way of being mffrleXHes taken to me mightily brother or a cousin at Rugby and nothing must servo them but that they must make Investigations in the Inn I shrugged my shoulders Upon my word I dont see what I oan do for you I said Yes you do he replied sharply MI Lace told the sergeant that ycfo are here right enough but are swybig With me as my guest PO wears be must see you and find out for himself And the parson amiably embarrassed vows I am being insulted However there you ore V well sold I slowly lei them inNiSorcombe scrutinized me nlTas though he would read my bul and then apparently satisfied pert the room In another moment a knocksounded at the door and Hjood flinging it open said Gentlemen to see you sir The little parson entered follojved by the sergeant who had called at tho castle I looked up from my boo ks and rose Instantly How do you do vicar I said of fering him a haiid Good day sergeant The policeman was taken aback and stared at me sheepishly but the parson turned to him triumphantly- I told you so Jones he declared am not in the habit of doubting Gap tain Sercombes word Gentlemen I said feigning as t nlshraent may I nsk what is this Oh its an absurd piece of business from the start said the vicar emphat ntrtR r P 1 took the parsons arm and walked out into the r ad way i Ically What Is coming over the po psslt1onJsYou would think if he had a cousin at Rugby it would be sufficient interrupted the suave olce of Serconibe The vicar tunied Precisely cap tJiln he said eagerly I think h did my best to explode tie foolish nptiou- Mu y I ask gent emen I began but Sercouibe interrupted There was a notion thatyotiwere being detained by force he said snillr Ing i I laughed n foreeT Is every man who spends a couple of days with a friend to become a case of abduc tion JVery ther Rev SIr 1io1annoter at stubby myselff but I had an unela who Excuse me sir said Jo IQS obstl tialeiy do your friends kn w whore rots are7 Did they inform you of ny disap pearance I asked Jonesh08I atcdlNo sir he said at last I should think not I replied A murmur of approbation came from thtf vicar Jones looked abashed but he iad the proper Welsh obstinacy and still lingered The vicar turned on him Come Jones he saii I think apol thfJSogentlemenpreposterous your tlieprles tire J I beg your pardon sir for liitrud Ing said Jones to me but he did not Dolt at Sercdmbo and he made him no apology lie retired clumsily and Sor coinlHi burst out laughing and throw lug Us hat on the taljlo sat down Ttiko a seat Mr Morgan be said Let us all have a glass of wine nftor this trying ordeal Greatorex youll Join usr i I declined but the parson accepted gosiipLranclilugbeenlLtorget whereIn some school I fancy he lingered affectionately on u friend Who hurl been heir presumptive to a baronetcy and was undoubt edly bout upon a further revelation of his connections with the aristocracy whVn Sercombe by cunning devices lured his tongue to another topic in which both tus were interested It appeared that there was a great curl osity spreading as to the castle and the events of the past weeks Some went so far as to speak knowingly of a mystery but as the little vicar enldlthe lower classes are fond of falling about tlielr superiors and im puting to them abomInable crimes He sipped his wine and confided in us getting back at last through all Set combes nets to his respectable connections Finally he concluded in a pleas ant mixture of snobbery and religion and prepared to take his leave I got up simultaneously I will accompany you Mr Morgan I sold I will walk nsfar as the cas tleit that is your way Sercombe started and then a broad grin grew on his face I congratulate you on your quick ness of wit he whispered as I passed him It Was a tiny triumph but I enjoyed It tall the more because I had been for so long a mere tool in their hands I took the parsons arm and walked out into the roadway Bercombe and Hood stood in conference e before the door when I looked back and I thought I perceived in the distance a grim and shallow smile flash over the latters faoa n CHAPTER XVII PARTED from the vicar at the gates of the castle and hurries throsgh the park in a lively state of anxiety I had not yet cetved for myself what had happened in the interval dH my absence Ser labe to be sure had thrown out hints but I linen better than to put any faith in him Still It was certain that anything might have happened and we might even now be in possession of the treasure But what gave m my first blow was the sight of the drawbridge peacefully spanning the waters of the moat and the spikes of the jortfiuins protruding Just below thB archway ThA9CN appearances seem ed to point in one direction and to ac quaint me that thegame was up Inside I met Mrs Main who started in alarm and pursued me with her excited inquiries so that it was very plain whence the news pi my disap pearance bad reached the police She Informed me that Mr Sheppard and Mr Montgomery were both within and seated in tact at lunch In the dining room therefore I sought them and broke In upon them I will nOsny with what delight I was welcomed embraced affectionately by Sheppard and sturdily shaken by Montgomerys great fist They had been anxious and yet not alarmed by my absence Shep pards wtts were always quick and said he I knew that it was hot worth their while to slaughter you Ned but what other devilment they might be up to I could not guess On fhje whole we de act8UQccurredtake be asked But how Give me food and wine ahjl I will give you my story I replied sitting down to the table Sheppard laid his hand on my shoul der No said he not set There Is something further first And look Ing at him I perceived a great gravity on his features He showed a worn and troubled face now that the excIte- ment of my return was over What is the matter I disked Is the treasure That is It he said I want that key We tried the door In vain We could not break It down It1s adamant God knows it was not for want of trying i fear the key Is no use to us nbwt I said quickly Ilie regarded me seriously and with a pule faceaYou must forget Nedhe said gently what you left tlfereIlion gomerys face hnd fallen and be sat echoing Sheppffnls consterna tion Suddenly a light duwned on me It Was Hood they had In mind Hoods not there 4 said She1 pard stared at me Not a bit of ttJ went nunes plump and live as ever and a worse rascal But howbutwhyretelnlmcd Montgomery I thought the poor devil was dead and rotten by now We tried all we couldOb I see I must hasten on to my story without more ado I said and 1 taJnarrative Cbftgrm rw pppn tu ir faces as I pr c e4 W and I was interrupted only y the MpresaJfoBts of Etouisl met a id jttigwr which the vnri Ota epodes of mj dTenture evoked 1pardwill go down to site fceSp torthwjtblr And he left Hie room with Montgodt ery at his bee Is I too followed ttiv 1f withoutIMy surintwf were quite correct TBr- dungeon rest d as It had done when I hatfsufferedIt barsfeverypie jobottheiranother jin diantj find retreated afmally ro fh upper regions of hoJOOl IfGb 1t weep 9 insure m the parmers orJUMtlonmnkeii any claim f p ymg tte lomosin full Shoe Repairing I am locate in the wholesale harness shop of Allen Begemamij and ampr pared to do all kinds of highclass shoe repairing at tl e most reasonable prices ADJLPH ZAHMZIMIEI 17 The eaf and dam shoemaker r of1ogrft tF nnnnn ct a a HE fiRST I Nati nal Bank f fQ oF SPRINGFI LD KENTUCKY 0 l CAP TAL50 000 tct Surplu and Undivided Pr fitS 25cx5p OFFICERS a B L Lithe President rJohn W Le II VIcePrealdent 0ct A C McEl 0 L B Cain D B E Fosto AsstCalJhierI lIBECTOBS a B L LltsejL J W Lewis fa CampbellR 3 ct no O Polln p aWegrant every favorconsistent 0with safe anking If you have t j pot alread an account with this t bank we invite your patronage talylolk Qn n n C M Tumey Lee Riley Jr TUMEY RILEY t LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Spnngfieki Icy Nice Outfits For Traveliap Men THOXE 18 t YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by JDir JW Thomas Hodgen ille Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles Ab an evidence of its win deiiful curative prpperties Dr TIioIia now h on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have beeii cured or greatly benehtedth past year This is d new salve laving been on the market kbouton6 year and the 142Stestimonials come as a result pf the sale of 2646 boxes aForarI DR J W THOMAS 71 Nod enville Ky oooooooo J JOHNr MAYES Funeral Director 1 I 41tt Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFiELD M1KENTUCKY J i Best Attenttpn Every cdurtsey shown J e b Handsome Line of Caskets anc Mriijt Afles Telephone Day Ifc Nifht tj T I q THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY M 1906 VW WWWWWffW oiTfwTt vfv1f 1ijiW + 44- I PuhlicSale11 itr OF 1 t Horses a d Mules e I Wednesday March 7 1906 j 1atWharton Tapps Livery Stable in Springfield + o + + i 41 All persons having Horses or Mules to enter in this 4 sale yill see Wharton Tapp or S M caIiIP ell Auc 4f toneer t4 iWHARTON jAPP + + 4ffENWICK As we have been absent for two greeks will try and few Items JVlr Jim Barker writete spent Sun iky atthe home of nters Mr Lee Riley and family visited at 1e home of Mrs Tumey Sunday We were sorry t6 hear of the sad jfeath of Dr Walter Wells which was agreat shock to his many friends Mr Dock Brad has moved to hisI jiroper y he bought of Mr Moliley yfe are g1adito welcome Mr Brady jauJ family in our midst Ike Goo eand sister Pearl were the pleasant guest of Lizzie and San J ipnl White Sunda Mr Steve Logst nand family will tROVe to Frederick town this week Miss Lola Whit and Henry Sims drove to Texas Th rsday evening and were married in th parlor of Rev R 5urdom Friends extend congratula tions We hope to hearfrom all the corres pondents every week I dont see what rewould do Cf jthe SuN did not shine x fier Wednesday Limp BEACH r Other correspondents to The Sun doubtless think that this is a com munity of silence1 as no news from 2re ever appears Henceforth we rill try to occupy a small space in The Suns columns i Mr G W Cocanpugher our friend tied neighbor who is ill we are sorry report is no better at this writing t W T Phillips while working with lags one day last week gave his neck a severe sprain He is slowly improv gJames Murphy is on the sick list J M Chandler moved into our midst oeeday last veekpOUrold friend and merchant HalF lithey hattccepted a position in Chic ago and will leave for that place the ist of week While we regret to see Frank leave us we predict for him suc cess in his future work W C Roe sold tjo James Patterson 5 hundred locust posts at 15 cents Heartburn 9You know what it few people are isIpt from ellstJof this dis complaintThe be iXml impaired whileIa severe or tenrningsensationisex riencedintheupperrt Heartburn is one of kemanywaysinwhich edigestive organism disapprovalLUtreatment jmrns you to be careful Dr GaldvellsL thriSyrup Pepsinn frcs instant relief in all cases of heart Hurn andby toning and strengthening She std i4ch and bowels prevents aactnrn of the trouble DR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN hn Invaluable remedy for all trouble Jivellmd1n be used with impunity for both ai1ildren and DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfjJ IfittIoesYour postal card roQucrt Will brIng Udour new booklet DR CALDWEILS WONDERS and freeSImplc to vondorfu1edyPEPSIN SYRUP CO Mentlselle Illlnet- s5old by Thilifd Cross Drug Stor Led Harmon and wife of Danville visited John Barns and family on last Sunday H S Litsey bought of G WRpbih sop fifty barrels of corn J 0 Sallpe sold to WTPhillips one horse price SSQ 11 B Hardin who has been com fined to his bed for several days with rheumatism we are glad to say is out again Mrs W A Barker is on the sick list i We think The Sun is the best county papor published and hope it will live long and shine prightly The JVcw dilcujTo SiiljTrny It will surprise a great ninny nersous to learn that the city of GlfTigo has a subway It has been built with so lit tie n lse that few people outside of Chicn o know of its existence anti even In th it city itself the general public was ot aware until two years ago that 1 Ui IAv- oik was In progress ou such tin enter prise It is composed of tunnels through which trains are to be run for the conveyance of freight The system its now planned is sixty miles in icxtent and about twenty miles of the tunn Is are soon to be iu opdratiou blie Sale JFRDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906t- ne nflf from Mackvilleon texas pike Sale begins at 10 A M As have rented my farm for the andFeedOne 4yearold Chester Dare mare jvvell b oke to drive in foal by horse ic 4 earold combined horse one 3 3yearqldfillyfilly h literbroke one 10year old work 4yearJharncs sired by Red Bird first dam Nuttc Vood two firstclass mule Jacks tyearc oldo yearling Jack colt a c e one varling PIe Angus bull iOoo tl oroughbrjed Pole Angus cow r ilker ten Yearling s eers two yearlin f heifers two goo steer calves Qight 2 yearold steers twenty head 70 pound hoats two good sows due to RyaIISI M 1AMPBELL Auctioneer Springfield Harkit JJncon IlnMiB Ifio Sides J2Ho Jooswn S4c poP pound uttor Ifio too porpound uhickoi HonaH o SpringIDried a iploH per pound turk ScjMsr pound EiMjrbushWrotttlioi + f1Te par pound F ur 24Jto n l Qiisotu Tf Jlltlpound fl atnVljont uri iOu OI1t II lesreii u c t JOKo L V1l4C pbr lound Li ntr to Sloo I Imrrol m jin IuitBran ahliwtujr JLX j or ICOlounili Po too Country EO OnUmHJlOO Kal tLS1 5 and 18 por Durrol- Tu keys lOplpr pound Tn low Ic per pound Vii OKnr ere to too iwr gallon niI urry and Kroaky 113ooIoar of great o 20i tub washed SSc Ctn ntry Sorghum to roc Ge e npolce BEAUTIFYING TABLECLOTHS How io KmliroiiJor nn l Murk Tine Linc It Is iw Inafpr the tyl to use round dotliK even OB round lablesi it Irts becu settled that they li l uu mm lee flreU iniII out of ltIM lct so hnv- cbn Ub81lIttu1 The woman thitt la clever with her cuPlle call embroider luneli cloths lx r self tunt will lie Imrd far any but a very full purAe tofdUplleate one tlmt is cxtrcJiitiy handHojno liwn uicJal lIons itinde Into Ute squntv with all equal number of lusetsof ehmy This makes the cloth laejy aDd to increase the 1cltC1tte transparency the HUlat- 8CluaisAre embroidered lit oien eye lots of English embroidery Anotlior clotli Urn t IS almost too levo ly to use Is mtulc of 9 center of linen with English hand embroidery with a circle of cluny around It and one of lot which Is Jl luce background with fIgures drncIJIn Around this Tignlu is n chI of embroidered linou unil the whole cloth Is trained of thuse nltprijnt Ing rows of lace and embroidered Hnoii The edgi s are scallops of lace making the cloth square says the St LoulB GlobeDemocrat Letters on flue tablecloths should be three Inches long and Just now thc 6 are put on top of tlc border above the plate lute where they are plainly visi hItS Tho letter of the surmuno should be a trifle larger to makp It the mote conspicuous For plain llnc n cloths these letters are severe in their situ plicity without decoration and In straight lines whereas for elaborate cloths there are luonogramB surrounded with a wreath of laurel and small bits of ribbon worked through the design Two monograinflirc now placed In opposite corners lu lato of morns for nurly This is simply a detail how ever as there mire ionsIint clmngoA In the placing of the parking devices On uftpkinK the letters are frim an Inch and threequartjcrs to twol one hn1t hiches long They houia alwnys bejn a corner where tkey will show no uniiter biw the na0ldn is folded Of course these pitist correspond with butIdinner napkins and those for break fast about fifteen Many women of taste use the perfectly plain handsome damask with the elaborate cloths for dinner How to Keep Plant From Freezing uIn placing plants for the winter season I should try to get a window AV4th a southeasterly exposure where they will always have plenty of light and most of the morning sun nile put them about six inches from the glass so that during the severe weather they will not be close enough to the giijss to become nipped says a writer In the New York Telegram On especially bitter days a piece of paper wrapped around them might protect tliemztnd prevent a chill that would retard the growth If a plant should be frozen the best treatment is Ice water applied with industry continuously from twenty to thirty minutes when it should be wrapped in a heayy cloth previously wrung through water and put in a cpld dark room preferably the cellar or an out door Vhed where It can be laid on the grounl Little by little the cloth Is made warmer and the plant Is allowed more Ight so that fit the end of a week it shojld have entirely recovered and be ready to resume Its natural course of living Yellow leaves or dead ones should be removed so that they will not sap the life of the plant I believe In cutting them off with a sharp knife giving the Instrument a quick upward movement that will result In a clean cut How to Lighten Mourning The rules concerning deep mourning says the Philadelphia Ledgqr are not as strict as they used to be particu larly for young women Aftr the first month you may wear Very plain white ruchlitg It depends very much upon the feelings of the individual whoa white may be introduced but after wearing very deep mourning with long veil according to strict etiquette the mourning should be first lightened by wearing a short veil and less severe garb Time rules for deep mourning a e as follows A widow for a husband The full p nod is two years Black trimmed wlih crape during the first year During tl e second year black Is worn for nil e months and half mourning for throe months A laughter for parents Crape six mouths black for three months and half mourning for three months Forta ulster or brother Crape fo- ithreojinonths plain black two months a 1l for bne mouth low to Dry Clean White Corduroy To pry cioau whte cordurpy cover with oqual quantities of flour and salt nail rub this over tie whole garment kneading with the h inds as you Would If you were using soap and water Throw away the flour and salt and cover with plain flour Keep covered In a bpx or where jt will be In dark ness for twentyfour hours Then shake bit the flour There is another way t4clean corduroy with turpen tine Be sure that you get it pure and with plenty of clean cloths sponge a portion of the garment then wipe with one or more cloths When the en tire garment has been cleaned hang In lie air and afterward if possible in a hot room Ilovr to Glenn White Feather Soiled white plumes may be easily and cheaply cleaned at home by pur placingIn the morning shake the feathers well and they look as good fben new fIIAN tMAL FOOD FOR HENS Mrl1a of Ureen ut nil Ground ilowa i 4iiu1mircxkA UUPfu gviu tJ rl1 1If n WIU weat piOlt it iv uo ii Ii Itune ujfs- A V Mcirr xii iu f e a Vfi ry lour nal t nejulvivi4 t1q JItI1lCly upou prtxHtl seriw fIJHI r7itidri eIitkt1ng w rks iutii mmps- tTiaiKied b ueg IitaiI14 IKIIVT tarni trfi ciiuaot uKvuys lubtiin tlieje lUt an orUimiry jrarnic iH thle provkle UOUJh bjuts ui lIkoku e of t tj p irtiy iUj17 his poultry if eeOreea hone ejut Uli flit JUt M hid M not only sul K but Is ftobd it coutainH liiue for tie slieJl cf tiIeg uitoKet tot the white ropottiou of oil and fat aud ttlm Isartesi iw grit There is nothing that- c iu ap ruaeli it as good for poultry tkv i a combination of excellent materials for egg lutinntiou is cou- cen ed Brnr lu mind though we also cunhpt ropomtneiid go1uut hone There quite a difference betwetn gteon cut bone aild grouud bone The one is groiiiid while the other Is cut with knives Tho bone contains adhering mcHt did eouHiiioi flesh null bone forcing elements rvvhlch make tIn completed chick Ground bone tiecomesThard anti brit tie has lost the njnturai solvent by apoiatlon but groeu bonj is readily dhwlved when tntn rnd is also time most economical of kll oods A pound of gvceft cut bone will bt uexpllnt allowance for about slxtcefv hens or nil ounce for each hen per day This Is cheaper than grain Hud has the advan tagtf pf coiitaining lore egg producing food than any grail known A pound of bone will give IS good results as four uiounds jjf grrin but we do not infer that n dog Jilt bones should be allowed Give grain and green food but make th grj eu bbire part of the ration Gl Seeing ntteduotLrCqulre are and the little as corn yared with oUtei ioulry it Is slime what sUlJrln are not many urore geese brett are grazing stock like horses cutUp and dur Hirebig the warm w r feed eagerly on the succulent which grow on the banks of l nd streams and they will soldou lefnse the herbage tWillgenclllllduring the sifnimpr and early autumn little or no grain ration being needed Whcn the female laid about a doz en eggs she genertilly gets ready to in cubnte but should uftt be allowed to do so as geese like ducks are poor sit teas and make bnd ujqthcrs Put the eggs Hinder a hen and get them hatched as early as posslbJaifor early gosliug make the largest and finest birds Gos lings generally peaking are very hardy and are not difficult to rear The best food for them at first la hard loil ed eggs chopped lihe breadcrumbs arid short sweet grass iAs in the ease of chickens the coop must be kept dry and warm bit it Is imperative that water be generously proyided if there is no pond or strennj handy Water for swimming is riot essential for geese but they must hav6 plenty to drink and also some they can have a bath In London Mall Selecting 1nIIetn It hasbeen said th0 nullet that com mences to lay earlles in life Is the one to lay the argst number of eggs through life as cittle that have the milk producl organs1 active make the best cows Select time fast growing early matur ng specimens that present in full the type and size found in the breed and use ony these as breed ers and the egg producing merits will be Increased It is care and atten tion to the flock that find and securo these merits in the progeny Neglect and haphazard breeding never pay = In short the April and May hatched millets can be brought Inta profit only when they receive the best of care 1and housing Regularity in feed ing is an important Item and at no time in the stage of their growth must attimea will ever be ready for the next meal and they will eat it with a relish Michael K Boyer in American Agriculturist Doctorliijr Poultry Doctoring fowls or chickens after they are really siek Is generally by no means a vernl encouraging process to undertake often costs more In time and drugs to cure a sice fowl than the bird Is worth after It Ii cured but still a little timely knowledge of Symptoms and xtholr proper reme lips handy will sometimes save a fowl But tp be suc cessful you must fight my poultry dis east at ts very outset Which disease appears Ho not walt till tomorrow or the next lay to see If it will wear oft as If you do It will we r orrr the fowl You shot Id at once sea ch out and re move the causa and gly the proper In gredients before thq ird Is beyond eureA V Meersch A Good Market Fowl White Indian Games which fight no more than Plymouth II cks or Wynn dottes are large nll developed birds with tremendous legs nn1 breasts says a Wisconsin poultrymari In American Agriculturist These ndpt them well for market purposes Tiiey are hardy lnyersUIPRocks for some ycais on rny place For crossing purposes nobreIx1 Is hotter pressed MnrkctliiKT poultry lOIjurT be packed for transportation ly coJUJ It should then be straw breast town keeping ngs and legs close to the body See that there is no discoloration ef the skin o eboOtOoo0GoQoOooeat Ql t AT0N I BURTON01 0 UNDERTAKERS SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 1 ttlCPHONt SJ I C 0 c Ourvay beat atteritidn will bo Igiven and cocrtosy a shbwn o L 0 90 0GDOOo O fO oaa oooo Xi1HMIu Mea1s I aJI Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast Steak Pork lloast v1 Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chops Veal Roast Veal Chops VealCutletlsIFeet Bologna Ham BreakfastUaconllnce iFlsh Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market J- f I = J ca IIoI I AnnouncementsIllinois The Illinois Central mantains Double Daily Service and operates the pest trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St squthtoreaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South including New OrleansVicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond La- Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 1 06 Gulfport is a Mexcian Gulf Coast GreatIOrleansior for descriptive mtater in regard to the above HAVANA VIA NEW ORLEANS Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central through service to New Orleans and the new ocaan liner twinscrew nineteenknot S S PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Extremely low one way and round- trip Rates to points in Mississippi Lou isiana Arkansas Indian Terijtory Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesday of each month ySleepingto Memphis FULL PARTICULARS concerning all the above can be had by addressing F W HARLOW D P At Louisville Ky A WonmriH Straight Throw Miss Lillie LInvIlle a clerk at Anderson Ind has been declared a heroine because she killed a rat while other women Hi the store screamed with fright whXsn the rodent scampered over the floor Says a dispatch from Ander son Ind She cornered the rat be tween some barrels and some baskets Then time tat attempted to escape but Miss LInvIlle quickly picked up a large turnip and accurately threw It at the rat with velocity enough to kill it The scared women came down from the counters seats and chairs When her employer heard of the exploit he raised her salary and bought another supply of turnips I IIIT S Cream Verniifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY LTHE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF IMITATIONS THE BallardSnow Liniment Co e T LOUIS MO For salt by C J Haydok Springfield a H= LI a Coniniisstoriers Sale Washington Circuit Court t H Thi un cutor of otin hindfoid1a A By Virtue of judgment and orde CAeUitCourtof wiDIflW KyI t vionday Feb uary 26 1906 therCAboaittbeinlttind beet bidder t public outcry upon u eredjt or6and 2 manti ufUte foUow ingdp tciibed real estate Two certain tracts of land si united in Washinaton followsTracorner to dike Murphy and RP toIg 4 781 poles toa stone n the South edge of turnpikethencea stone on the Sot th side of said turn ke thee the width of the pike left aSugarto a stone near a Red Oak thence S- 16V 52i poles to a stone in the edge of the pike then with the pike N 77J E 121 poles to a stone on the North side of sail pike thence the width of thq ft out S 16 W 74 poles to the beginning containing 6311 acres and 24 squarp poles of an acre reserved for family graveyard Tract N 2 Situated on the waters of theSthe W by John PJ Simms and Martin Spalding on the N byT M and R P theBcontaining 125 or 130 acres Total costfor182739 total amou it of debt interest ajid cost for which ract No2 is to be purchaserslegalinterestfeet of a judgment with a line retained on the land for which the bonds are executed M G Leachman MCWCC Washington Circuit Court W K Marks Surviving ParterEtc PItfs vs Etc Defts By virtue FIOridaiMarks Wash ington Circuit above styled claims against Mar6 Marks deceased will requ their claims properly proven before me not later 1 906 I will hold Spninglieldforfrom Feb 1 to March 1 1906 M G LEACHMAN M CW C C t SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN 4 Under this Load all persons wino are subscribers to The Sun may In ort free of charge advertisements of wheat c rn oats and farm products stock etc far sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent net included but In sorted in another departmc tot the paper very low rates T K Smith Springfi Id has for sale a good work horsei fii tclass driver Also a good buggy As C Kimball Sprin field has fpr sale White Winedot hite Plymouth Rock Black Monoca a id Single Comb Brown Laghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 M H Jones Sprinj field has for sale a lot of White Burl y tobacco seed J W Tucker Sprin field has for sale 500 loucus postIR Aj Wheatley Ro te 2 hah for sale an extra good sixKrearpld mare Works everywhere e In Mrsbhenrtan Martin has for sale Rhode Island Reds arid Plymouth Rock liens and roosters- S M Campbell Springfield has for sale two horsesone 4y rold in foil by Jack the other 8yea old JtEtchina boats and 6 nice gilts One brood fineJackNo3basBuff Orpington Cockerals KyhasLeghorn cocks at 50 cents each if taken at once REAb Is Syrrisbnia Ky Mrch 30 1903 DearSfor the sale of your med cihe in this neighborhood Your Te as Wonder whomtwosoldnearerso I would be pleased tohe r from you concerning the agency as spon as possi ble D DR FFEN S sonia Kyt One small bottle of the r exas Won der Halls Great Discover cures all kidney and bladder troubl s removes emisionskidneysarid childrenIfsent by mail on receipt nf 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldoip foils to pdrfe t a cure POotestimonial Sid by all druggists