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I bt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J lj 1 VOLUME Jf r SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 luMIEII I BRACK POWELL Dies at His Home at Mackville Onchpf The Countys Most Prominent Men The news of the death of Mr H B Powell which occurred at his home a Mackville last Thursday nighfFebrll- ary 16 J1906 at 930 was received y his hundreds of friends throughout Washington countY with the deepest sorrow No man in the county was better known than MV Powell and indeed there are few who have friends more loyal to them than were the friends of Mr Powell to himIThe night was never too dark nor the day too cold for his friends to labor iris Hi behalf Mr Powell served one term as high sheriff of the county and two terms as deputy having been elected last No vember as deputy bn thelicket with Sidney Osbourne V The deceased was born in Boyle county March 4 186 but in his youth he came to Washington county and had since resided here Heleaves a mother three brothers and two sisters who have the sympathy of the people the county in the death of the son and brother Mr Powell was a member of the Masonic lodgeat Mackville and his burial was conducted by that order The deceased Wasa kind and gener ousman land did much for the needy inthe community where he lived His death was due to a liver trouble of which he had been a suffer for two or three years and his friends have known for some time that his condition was very serious but hoped that the djsease would finally yield to treatment However hen his death was annouced last Friday morning in Springfield those who were acquainted with the seriousness of Mr Powells disease were not surprised Just a day or two prior to his death Mr Powell was out riding his district On Wednesday before his death he was considered in a precarious condition but after receiving treatment from his physicians seemed to improve and on Thursday arose from his bed but during the afternoon of Thursday he again became dangerously ill and as announced above died that night at 930 The Sun together with hundreds of friends extends sympathy to the be heaved mother brothers and sisters HILLSBORO Little Cecil Coulter is very sick at this writing Mrs Mat Inman who has been very sick is improvingrCreath Dean of Cornishville is vis iting his sister Mrs Sam Montgomery Miss Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker spent Sunday with Misses Effie and Maggie Montgomery Misses Mary Agnes Hines who is attending school at Mackville spent Sat urda sodl Sunday at homey J M Montgomery and J M Shields attended the lodge at Springfield Mon ay night Mrs Nan Scott pent several days with her mother last week Misses Flossie and Myrtle Armstrong visited their uncle Mr Derringer Mon day Mrs J M Sheilds ison the sick list Mrs Annie Montgomery was called to Cornishville Monday by the illness of her uncle Mr Jim HedgerrThe many friends ofMr H Pow- ellt were sorry to hear of his death tIt was a shock to this community The county has lost one of its best men We extend our sympathy to the be reaved ones TATHAM SPRINGS We are having beautiful weather at present The hotel company have been putting Up ice the past week Some of the farmers ot this community have burnt their plant beds Mr Wednesdayrni-ght Mr Elias erkins visited his daugh ter near herd last week Mr Merrel Pinkston and wife and Mr Richard Pinkston and family of near Willisburg visited at the home of J W Shirley Saturday night and Sun day Oscar Shirley was in Nelson county Snnday We gladly welcome Dr Yates in our midst and wish him much success Charles Grader and family visited his cousin Murray Grider at this place Friday and Saturday i r OsborneJohnson Mr Will H Johnson and Miss Min nie Lee Osborne were married afr the Cat lolic church this afternoon at 4 ocl ck Rev Father Hennessy officiia ting Mr Johnson is a member of the firm of Johnson McCabeand is one of Springfields most popular business men The bride is U popular andat tractive young woman She has resided vith her grandmother near town sine coming to this county The at ten ants were T Irvm McElroy C W lagan and Warren Nally of this place and Mr Will G Bicket of Lebnon Many friends throughout the county extend co tulatioI to Mr and Mrs Johnso and record wis es for much happine OQD J ROADSi i A Little More Work and Not So Talk Suggests Whos Had Experience During the last few years we have heard and read much about good roads and no new roads are being built nor are the old ones being much improved This is not in keeping with the instruc tion of the Good Book which says it is best to be doers instead of hears altogether Have we had too much said on this subject of good roads Hardly that It might be said what has een done has not been done in the n- othjlingand eSt men as delegates to them but the common people have not yet been interested in the road question these road meetings have been too far away and too high above the people who are to build them and ought to be inter ester in them Building goodroads inus be about the line pursued by Ne her ah in building the walds of Jeru sale i The people must be interested in tie workmust have a mind to wor Just at this season of the year of r uddy roads the work seems ur gen It Is for the people to Say let us rise up and build if we are to have goo roads Such a determination on the part of the people willstrenghen the hands for the work The work in b ilding the walls of Jerusalam was divided No better division in the wor of building good roads can be mad than for each man to be inter este in the work over against his Own house his own farm This must be efore we have good roads In all publ c improvements from which equal bene fits come to all certain duties and obligations rest upon every man Shar rig alike the advantages of good r aevery individual ought to be willing to bear the burdens required to Secure them in proportion to the ad want ipes received this is just Noth ing 36 hinders the good roads move men or any public improvement as selfishness Th s is not good policy Every road adds value to land and makesth 4r a richer man Th sy add ia new pleasure to life in mak gan outlet to travel and busi ness They ace a saving of time in the long run of expense and worry Class ed among the onvenincesno greater favo can be conferred upon the farhi er A gpod road for the farmer and tray Ing public is what the improve ment of the Water course is to the peopl j along its passage and demands a part of the money put into public im prov rnents Th re is as much need of good legis latio for good roads as there is for impr vement in water courses and rivers They all cover the public Wher j and when is it to begin R Ru AWAysMr S T Colvins horse beca e ffrightened at some object on High jtrpet last evening and ran away Mr C olvin was thrown from the buggy and a first it was feared that he was seriously hurt but we are gladto state that Hs injuries are not at all serious Thev hicle was comletely demolished =Las week a hotso attached to a buggy be onging oA L Litsey ran away ust as his daughter and another young lady had started to Springfield The y ung ladies escaped without inju ry bu thebuggy was torn to pieces C V Wilson Montgomery county jailer has instituted 1000 damage suit agains Mayor Harris of Mt Sterling allegin j false arrest WHITE HOUSEC Wedding a Brilliant Affair A Great Gathering of Prom inent People nFeh17trnWashington the beauti ful white and gold jast room of the- 1VhiteItCjUse a few minutes after noon venerable Rt Rev Henry Bishop of Washington of tlje Protdstant Episcopal church united in marriage Alice Lee Roosevelt eldest daug thre Longworthfrom the First district of Ohio The ceremonythe simple beautiful I and impressive ring service of theEpis copal church was attended withal the splendor of a grand official func tion pnd with all the devotional beauty of a cathedral service It was witness ed by one of the most brilliant and dis tinguished assemblages ever gathered in the Whith House by far the largest company which ever graced the ex ecutive mansion on a similar occasion- A halo of a hundred years of roman tie White House history hung over the bridal couple Miss Rdosevelt was the twelfth bride according to accepted authorities to plight her troth within its classic walls and the identical spot where she today joined hands with the husband of her choice for better for worse is hallowed in the memory of another White House bride beloved Nellie Grant who thirtytwo years ago on that same spot became the wife of the Englishman Algernon C F Sar toris Tender indeed must have been the recollections of Mrs Sartoris of that day now long ago for shewas one of the witnesses of Miss Roose velts weddingl NEXT MONDAY Nexf Monday is County Court day We want to cojlect considerable coin on subscriptions that day If our collections amount to as much as one hundred dollars we will stand oh our head in front of the court house until as many as 25 silver dollars roll out of our pock ets which will be given to the man who pays the first dollar CARDWELL Mr W L Graham was in Marion county last week on business Died on thJ4th Mr Bill Carey of lung trouble Deceased was 19 years ofage was a devoted member of the Christian church at Battle Interment took place the following day at Perkins Burying Ground He leaves father and CflreyJhost of friends to mourn their loss Died on the 17th Mr James Hedger at the Brewer Millof heart trouble He was only sick three days The peo ple whom he had met knew him for his good traits of character had ho enemies He was a member of the Christian church at Cornishville In termenttook place Sunday in the Cor nishville cemetery A very large procession ofsorrowing riends followed the body to its last resting place on earth He leaves a wife and a host of friends to mourn their loss Stock Sales ET Perkins sold to W L Graham V one mare at 70 R A Willham sold tqJ A Kyler one 5yearold gelding at 135 W L Grahambought from parties in Marion county one stallion at 185 also one 18monthsold Jack at 165 ET Perkins soldto S P DeRown one Jersey cow 40 Graham Perkins bought fromJef Matherly One horse 8250 E G Holiday bought one horse at 75 H C Moore sold to F H Royalty one 5Tyearold horse 8250 and bought of WLMoore one horse at 90 i Notice All persons having claims against the estate of J F Gribbins deceased are hereby requested to present same properly proven to the undersigned on or before May 1 J1906 W C McCHORD TS MAYES t F t Judgments For Ladies f Lebanon Enterprise The suits of Mrs Grace N WiUfoit and Mrs Edna B Cleaver each for 2500 damages against the Louisville Nashville Rail road Co were triedsince our last is sue The plaintiffs iclaimed that they were wrongfully sent to a colored coach in a train leaving t uisville for Leba non last November and in it they remained about three inutes before dis covering the mist ke Mrs Wilhoit was awarded a jugment for 99 arid Mrs Cleaver one loti 130 YOUINIVITED LTo COME IN to see fs in our new office above the cl rkoffice Look for the sign COME m when you come to town next Monqay If you are not a subscriber COME IN and let us put your name on our list remember wiwill make you a present of Farm and Fire side COME IN Ve will make The Sun worth many tit les its subscription price to you during the year the Sub scribers Free Column is worth 10 a year to any farmerjit sells what you advertise in it CO rE IN whether you want to subscribe or not we will be glad to see you LONG RUNM- iss LETTIER Le Arnold who has typh fever is i provintJMrs Perkins is also Impr vmg Wewill soon have telephone connection with Texas A successful twbweek meeting hrsclosed at Wesley Chapel The ser vices were conducted by Rev Roberts of Wilmore and Johnson of this place Both are earnest speakers Several additions to the church resulted Boni to the wife of Robert Coca nougher a boy I would suggest jthat each corres pondent paste his aor letter in a scrapbpok each week It will be inter esting reading in years to come This community was severely shocked when the tragic death of Mr and Mrs Lays little twoyearold daughteran account of which appeared in they last issue ofThe Sun was announced last Friday a week ago All that a good physician and loving hands could do was done to save the life of the little one but after a few hours of suffering its little soul went way to its God as gently as receding starlight After a beautiful talk by Bro Walker the body was laid to zest in Campbells graveyard The sympathy of all is extended to the bereaved parents + As spring comes on we naturally think of buds and hewers andalso in sects as well the study of the latter Will be very interesting to us next June when hill and vale sh all ring with the shrill noise of the cidada or seventeen year locust as theare called We have traced them back and found they have come every seventeen years since 1821 to 89 and fe confidently look for them in 106 The naturalist calculate their future aPPearance in a given year iastronomerdoestimes when none but savages lived in our continent and feel confident that the woods of Kentucky rat ied with the hoarse cry of the locust in the month of June six years befpre Columbus first set sail for America as they did in 1889 The Suri is making ia generous offer to its readers when itsavs it will come to you and bring such a noble friend as the Farm and Fireside We have been taking thej latter paper or years and find it to I p one of thfe very best farm paperstl a pictures dortliIthe price cf the ipaper We hav sent our petition for rural ry t1 our Congressman Hon D H Sm at Washington City who will dbubtlesV ecommend it tor the P 0 Revdx Spraggins of Illinois TS visiting his old home fteran absence of t entylive years Mr Wim Gray of near Aliston is very sick with a complication of dis eases Charlie Cocanougher of the same vicinity has bpen confined to his imhomeproving Infant child of James Smith of Mid = dlesboro left alone eha grate firo Clothing caught fIre and it was burned to death PRIMARY Ij LEqTIOiv Called By Congressional Com mitteeClear Reid For fylr Johnson Ben Johnson of Bardstown in all probability will have no opposition for the Democratic nomination for Congress in the Fourth congressional dis trict Although a for a p mary election to be held Saturday June 2 for the purpose of nominating a candidate for Congress to succeed D H Smith was issued Monday by the Democratic Congressional Committee of the Fourth district immediately after the adjourn Vient of the committee it was announced that the field was clear for Mr Johnson GuS W Richardson announced that the calling ofa primary meant that he had no showing and therefore he would not enter the race T Scott Maye s of Wathington county whose name had been mentioned in connection with the race also announced that he would notbe a candidate Mr Mayes in making the announce ment stated that unfortunately the candidacy of Mr Johnson and his own had deciredly inopportune for two men in the same part of ithe district to make the ceoFor this reason and the fact that he was a strong fri ndot Mr Johnson he said he would decline to drake the race Gus W Richardson said that on can vassing the committee before the meet ing he learned that only three of thir teen members talked favorably of a convention and he then madeup his mindnot to enter the raceI Mr Richardson was present at the m eti1gof the committee and afterward express ed himself as being willing to abide by the decision He said that he had left the rae with no illfeeling HI had never made any formal an nouncement said T Scott Mayes uand was only prospectively a candi date I did not attend the meeting of the committee although I was in the hotel I am thankful to my friends for the interest they took in me Ben Johnson is a strong personal friend of mine and I did not feel like entering the race against him at this time I lam satisfied with the action of the committee Everything was perfectly har monious in the committee meeting What was done suits me A telegram to Senator Harry Lan caster from Congressman D H Smith announcing that he would not be a can didate for Congress was read before the committee The call for primary provides that in the event that but one candidate is announced and has paid his entrance fee of 1500 by May 17 1906 as required to Samuel T Spalding no primary shall be held The following resolution offered by H C Wood indorsing Mr Smiths re ni1mouslythis district tender to the Hon D H Smith our present Congressman its thanks and commendation for the courteous and efficient manner in which he has represented this district in the National House of Representatives LITTLE BEACH H P Lawrence bought a hors from Bob Hayes for 11750 also three hogs of W D Purdom for 15 Miss Lillie Cocanougherwho has been visiting her aunt in Indiana has returned home Miss Vertie Head of Vermont In diana who has been visiting relatives here has returned home The entertainment given at the home of H S Litsey was well attended and all report an enjoyable time Mr G W Robinson of Kirklandwas in our midst last week r G W Cocanougher and James Mur phy are able to be out again Ijfhe sale of W T Head was well at everything sold well Farmers are beginning to sow tobacco beds and getting ready for breaking horn ground Mis3 Jeiinie Litsey visited the family of Dave Yankee one day last week for Sale j INicc piece of property well located worth of improvements and 50 acres of lamTthrown in All for 5000 Forfurther particulars call on McElroy Wharton at once upll dubscrlbe leui49S Jim Bludso f JivesBecauseLeastways hes got out of the habitIOf livin like you ndme Whar have you been for the last three year That you havent heard folks ten How Jimmy Bludso assed in his checkn The night of the rairie Bell engineersIsOne wife in Natche underthehill Another one here n Pike A keerless man in h s talk was Jinf But neifrhedI reckon he never mowed how f And this was allthe on he had To treat his epgine well Never be on a rivet To mind the piloti bell And if ever the Prairie Belle took fire A thousand times he swore Hed hold her nozzle fagin the bank Till the last soul gQt ashore All boats have their day on the Mifjsiifi An rher day come at last v r The lovastar was a better boat But the Belle she wouldnt be v And so she come finn along that nightThe craft oni the lineaWith a nigger squat 0 her safety valve rosinLttdpme The fire burst out as she cleared the bar And burnt a hole i the night And quick as a flash she turned and mad For that willow bank on the right There was runnin and cursin but Jim yelled out Over the infernal riar Ill hole here nozzlelagin the bank Till the last galoots ashoreI theburninJim Bludsos voice Was heard And they all had trust in his cussedness And knowed he would keep his word And sures youre born they all grit off Afore the smokestacks fell And Bludsos ghost went up alone In the smoke of the Prairie Belle entILongsideof some pious gentlemen himHeAnd went for it that and then hardOnJohn Hay FOURTH DISTRICT Legislators Oraanize and Elect Claybrooke ChairmanDon t Want Butler Sl Kentucky State Journal There is to be no further disagreement betweefa the Third and Fourth district Democrats over Butler cotinty TheThirjl J has agreed to keep that county after the stand made by the fourth membe and will get together and endeavor all the harder at the nect election to reduce the Republican majority in th- atcountyjThe Fourth district Delegation inth Legislature held a meeting and formed a permanent organization RepreSS = trtonthe body All members gaye full expression to their views on the r disr tricing question and alji were convinced that the Democratic supremacy in the district would be endangered by the addition of Butler to their district especially since they have accepted Adair from the 11th district Adair has a normal Republican majority of about 400 but the Third district leaders are confident thht with a little work they will be able to considerably reduce this Prominent politicians of the Third when informed of the decided stand taken by the Fourth members against Butler saidthat they would uPon their suggestion vote thatButler not be divorc ed from them They had simply sought some remedy by which toe Democratic majority jn their district might be increased but they did not wish to jeo pardize the chances lof Democratic victory in any other district andSO would look for succpr from others source A Mystery Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual constipation was a mysterythat Dr NewLif Pille solved for me mtes JohntPleasant of Magnolia Ind The only pills that are guaranteed tagiveperfect satisfaction to every or money re HaydontirugEngineers are surveying electric linti between Paris and Mt Sterl3tf fl 1f 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 n iI l 3Ilr J At f f J rt L r r X Ifa i ONLY A FEW MORE DAYS L TI OIHya few more days remain f ryoutodke advantage ofouriibi era clubbing offer As is wellknown to ail of our readers we have r been giving Farm and Fireside away to aiL persons who paid for The Sun one year In advance W gave also been offering The Louisville Daily Herald and The Sun for 2 After February tins liberal offer will be withdrawn Come in send lior write to us before MardinAv THE SPRINGFIELD SUN- xr t k H n t I ra u 1 I r t DROOl MARES 111 AND FOALS o In the feeding of brood mares and colts It Is essential that the ration supplied contain a liberal allowance of protein and dsh compounds In the case of the brood mare which is suck ling a colt or carrying the fetus she r jimist In either instance furnish nour Tliishcalls for l material writes A J Kennedy Iowa experiment station in Breeders Ga zetteI colt should be fed in such a manher as to produce development of all parts of the body and this too calls for a bone and muscle producing ration Bran on account of its richness in both protein and ash matter makes an excellent feeding stuff to use In this connection There is perhaps no other feeding stuff which be fed with as much as bran advisableCtion with some other feeding stuffs such as oats and corn due to the fact that bran Is too bulky to supply the sole na1tureA ration composed of equal parts bran oats and corn by weight or three parts oats to two parts bran by weight or equal parts bran and wheat weight will be found to give goodI results It is not necessary to bran as when fed with the other ingstuffs in the dry form good results may be obtainedIA brood mare of 1600 pounds weight not doling work and receiving straw or corn stover for roughage should thrive well on a grain ration of ten or twelve pounds per day of any of the mentioned mixtures Weanling colts should receive some nice bright mixed hay or clover which is free from dust for roughage and from three to five pounds I per day of any one of the mentioned grain mixtures Should the colts not thrive well as would be Indicated by a harsh dry coat of hair IQW condition of flesh und lack of spirit give them twice a week a steamed mash of bran crushed oats or barley and a little ilaxseed meal A preparation of this kind should overcome all ordinary troubles Some of the best British horse feeders use steamed roots with the grains for this purpose and obtain excellent results Bran alone is too bulky for brood sows but when fed with other grains wlllbe found a very useful feeding stuff G MACKVILLE It seems that most everybody is on the sick list Mrs Dick Isham is con fined to her bed with neuralgia Mr Sam Arnolds children who have pneu monia are nicely improving There was a musicalentertainment given at the home of Mr John Harmon Saturday night which was largely attend and much enjoyed f Thomas Lay and wife and Handsford New 3y and wife spent Sunday with thei parents Mrs W T Barnett visited her par ents at Texas Saturday pitW T Barnett and Ed Britton wen Perry ville Saturday on busi nessMr Jody Harmon wife and little son spent Saturday night and Sunday with his arents Mn and Mrs John R Har mdnj of Jenkin vine Miss Annie Haydon was the guest of Miss Ida Bottom An Even Hundred Lebanon Enterprise Marshall Mann the young man who several weeks attempted to pass a worthless checkat the store of Jno BCarlile Co was tried in the circuit court this week and fined 100 The last hogshead of 1904 tobacco crop held in Mayfield sold Tuesday s1 H FALRMI3RSHF suIly o ern White OatsTic best Clean lul erSee l Tlffiothr Blue Grass Etc Our prices Le always reasonable V hen you want anythIngin this line givCi us a call PLOWS ye are agents for the Olliv r Chilled Plow for Vasliingtol1 county and Syracuse 1 ilsicle Plow These are the best WELLS ROSH i4 Vnder the Wrec1at1 L En8tneer Suffered AtlO nies Pinioned 2Je neathTiinberc- He Jumped ar His Locomotive Collided With Another but Was Caught BeneathI Overturned Carr Unable to believe that he was im prisoned minutes instead of hours and shuddering as he talked of the fright fill experience of being pinioned unde tons of wreckage Grovel Henderer of Beardstown Ill the fast freight engl peer who sawed his way out of the Burlington wreck atWood Station Ijl declared at St Josephs hospital AUon that he would never again enter an engine cab Henderer was stricken nerveless To recall his fearful pain and peril fills him with repulsion Blinded with pain Henderer with his left leg pierced by the splintered P 1 TIlE TWO OINES STRUCK BEFORE I FELL end ofca glrler and his left arm dislo cated beneath him sawed through two timbers with ri saw which his rescuers brought to him but were unable themselves to use So narrow was the space in which he had to work that the severed ttlm hers appeared afterward as it they were gnawed off Henderer thus told the story of his escape to a St Louis PostDispatch re porter We received orders at East St Louis that No 80 would pass us at Wood Station in two divisions When we reached East Alton the dispatcher handed ire orders which read that the second division of train No 80 wpuld r meet us at Wood Station When we reached the station I saw what I thought was the second division on the side track I remarked to my fireman Ander son that she was ahead of time and told him to blow the whistle twice The other engine responded with two short toots indicating that it was the second division At that time George Anderson brother of the fireman and head brakeman on my train was standing In the cab When we left Wood Sta tion I pulled back the throttle and let the train out at about thirtyeight niles an hour As we approached the curve where the two trains collided I was leaning iroD the cab window as I was accustomed to dQat that point as a hill which Is very thickly covered with timber obscures the tracks of the rpad beyond Suddenly I saw the gleam ofll headlight around the bend and almost Instantly the other engine shot into view Jump boys I r cried and re versed the throttle and applied the air brakes The two engines had almost met when I closed my eyes and Jump ed from the cab The fireman had jumped soma two or three econds before X didiI did not see Anderson the head brakeman but I learned afterward that ho jumped sooner and from the other side of the cab The two engines struck before I fell In the soft mud in the ditch I never heard anything so loud as that collision Box cars were pierced like paper and timbers new thickly In every di rection When I recovered consciousness I could not move my head right or left I could see nothing and I was so cramp ed that my head almost touched my knees I did not realize that I was inured until I gave my left leg a shortjerk The pains that shot through my body were agonizing I screamed and writhed In agony and asr felt my pinioned leg with my free hand It came in con tact with a jagged bone I began to scream again but escaping steam from the engines drowned my voice The minutes passed like hours and it sud denly occurred to me that all the train crew had probably been killed and that I would have to lie tore and die by nchos My head seemed about to burst from pain s pIYtYedfor my life Each moment I thought I could feel the great mass of broken timbers press me closer to the ground and the fear t f bi crushed to death Increased mv agony Jugged ends of Iron seemed to be prerc lug me In the back but I was afralll to raise myself upward QrCeur the wreckage would shift down and crush me Afterward I found that I had been TilE SUN AND Both papers yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution175Se- miWeekly St Louis Kepulitic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek l ew York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 117k American Epitomist 11f 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentlemanf1 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Rev eivs 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 r s t 400 Ledger Monthly 175 tHarpers 435 435 Sunny South 150 lying on a bed of screws and bolts the contents of one of the boxcars heard sonic one cry out Where are you bore I answered as loud as I could I lay in a stupor while iheard some ono forcing the timbers away from the small opening The men outside couldnt reach the timber and when the saw was brought Anderson handed it to me through the small opening men on the outside 11ourn iYhltthe meton ward I sawed a time The saw was too big for the opening and I could only use the end of It thought L would faint from the frightful pains In my leg and my head but 1 kept on until as the timbers parted I suddenly collapsed 1 could not endure another such ex perience antI if I recover I will never pull the throttle on another engine Galvestons Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that city as on the higher uplands E W Goodloe who resides on Dutton St in Waco Tex needs no sea wall for safety He writes I have used Dr Kings Nevr Discovery for Cousumptisn the five ears and it keeps me well andsafe Before that time I had a coughwhich for years had been growing worse its gone Cures chronic Coughs La = Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents asant to take Every bottle guaranteed at C J Hay dons drug store Price 50c and 100 Trialbottle free rr A Remarkable Record lLeb non Enterprise Mr Sam G McElroy has an ewe which as a pro ducer has a most remarkable record Year before last she gave birth to three lambs and raised them Last year she gave birth to three lambs and raised two of them while last week the ewe gave birth to four lambs Two of them havedied but the other two are living They are still trying to identify the skeleton of a man found near Jackson by parts of clothing about the bones Indications are the man had been dead- a long time Carriage Shop I am prepared to do all of your woodwork and repairing at the most reason able rice FOR CASH Upholstering of all iinds done Grain Cradles for sa e I also have one new shopmade bug gy and spring wagon nd one secondhand spring wagon uggy trimmings of all kinds on hand t WH tBONJ July 1906rin leld K y Farms and Business Proprtt FORSALE- W T Ewing Real state Agency Harrodsburr Ky 150 acres Anderson ounty Ky near Sania improved and food 3500 150 acresGrant county KyJ excellent farm and bargain at 22 68 acres Mercer county handsomely im roved in grass years at 55 11 4 acres Mercer county on river a goo farm at 5250 240 acres 2 miles railrc ad station Mer cer county Ky good i nprovementa at 40 exchange 150 acr well improved three miles IroWTlJU Kin acres near Burgin g od farm 3750 120 acres six miles fro n Harrodsburg on LeXington pike at 75 exchange 56 acres 3 miles Harm on I In grass 2 houses 238 184 acres six miles from Harrodsburg good grass farm at 30 exchanged aspa i pay for larger farm 18 acres poul ry farm near B rgin 1600 Business Property Livery Stable at H rrodsbu g and residence adjoining 47 rents for 3ia month or stable for 53200 Stable rented to January 1 1907 at 25 a month Store and d veiling in one block Railroad town Me rcer county no other fine trade 2500 Also farms and other POp erty of all kinds I have buyers or Washington- county farms list youfs with me now and I will sell it HHZlZHZl I + Public Satf i i l OF i es and Mules fIr yednesdayMarchJ 1906 + at Wharton Tapps Lftery Stable in Springfi Id i All persons having t Horses or Mutes to enter in this sale wilt see Wharton Tappot Stt- i Campbell Auc t tioneer i WHARTON TAPP i Wt + Pf t i t a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 r i Cloudy Vision is a signal warning your eyes need looking after Dont go getthemI give you a FREE EXAMI NATION and tell you whats the matter and what you re quire I fit you with the kind of glasses you need and wont 1My and its I know what peo plenqod and give it to tHem J moderate prices atI Jas JGraves Letter List t4tfcof letters remaining uncalled for intheSprilgfieIa Post Office for weekending February 14 1906 Lend Biskin Willie Boon J J As bury Nathen Green Mrs Josie Leach matiattingly- Mr Kate Bess Lixzie Orsborn Mrs 1 Scrogham mith Bow Downs A V Smith L E Wlutfield N B Wims H D Willoughby W A WATERS Postmaster Shark Ate h 3Inn It has soihetimes been chimed that a shark will not attack a man land that the tttelief tn flue existence of roan eat ing Q8hjOf thfs Species Is a Bupcrsti tion Many stories have ben told however in support of tbu Idea that there are sharks which enjoy making a meal off a human being On a recent Jfnw IAlljIMI I voyage to Suez a British steamer the Syria chanced upon the path of a big shark It was caught from tho deck of the steamer and when pulled Oil board wits found to contain a mans head three hats two fowls and a quantity of bones The mouster weighed 730 pounds It Costs I Nothing To find out for a certainty whether or not your heart is affected One er on in four has a weak hegtrt it mdy be you If so ycur should Inow It now and save serious consequences If you have Short breath fluttering palpitation hungry spells hot flushes you cannot lie on left sid if you have fainting or smo hcr mg spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will relieve you Try a bottle and see how quickly youc condition will improve About ft r Ago 1 wrote to the Miles Medical Co asking ntlvlco ns I suffering with heart trouble and hail been for two ytnrs I hAd pain til my heart beck and left side and imd not been able to draw a deep Urftth for two years txer tton would cause palpitation and J oould not lie on my left side without suffering They ardvlscd me to tiy Dr- 1tUI08 Ileai t Cure and Nervine which I did with the result that I am In b tler health than I ever was before havIng gained 14 pounds since I com taking it I took about thir teen bottles ot the two mndlclnes and blOent been bothered with my heart sauce MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money MilesMedical Co Elkhart Ind j iiI1 Lon vme nliP iThere are poets that some kind of fovles cackle too Wpiu The New York Sun has one who without the fear of heaven befot his eyds or the love of the unregenern q haiJ deerily planted in his hon t sues a dress rhymes of ridic e to the Ken tucky hen any fuUs to king duo praises to Kentucky women The woman of allIltupky hen she is quite capable of torming the heights poatrys famous mount and carrying off captive all nine Muses To no b ttor clime in deed could suasive Calliope charming Clio winsome Euterpe swaqt Thalia impressive Melpomene graceful Ter pschore tender Erato lions Polymnia and stareyed Urania dome If they do take up abode herd Tim tioarld with the potent assistance of Editor Gore of The Springfield Sun promises to see all nine safely Uomicil ed in aI good old Kentucky merle No room however in all 11broad domain has Kentucky for the bold bad poet who wrqte in pie Nov York yonder in Kentucky Where the women ire so fair Their loveliness is sweeter Than the picture of a prayor oughtlessIn an eggproducingwu That they lay them on Sunday Same as any other day goodnessAreShortcomings and are turning Their attention to the hus They know they cant ref rm them But feel it is a sin To spend the tainted money That those Sunday egg ring in Unless for some good pur use So the women hove decreed That the hallelujah eggs Shall contribute to the nIOf foregin missionaries And in this way make amends For the direful desecration Of those Sabbathbreaki g hens Wall answered is this pernicious po etic activity by the Kentucky Jien mid the Kentucky woman who pwncs the IImadecounty church that ono gh Sunday eggs have been vsold to arrant send ing four missionaries to Japan with the opening of glad sprin tide Frc mI the Sunday laying hens achievment on behalfof Japan it is estimt tell that before the end of J906 the m ssionaryso cietylhat has pinned itsaith arid fu ture to the enterprising owl will bo able to send three or four cgg salaried missionaries to China I as not theI Kentucky hen a right to corne if lheI Kentucdy woman so desires an onlight ener of heathendom No 6etcan say her nay and command reap ct o n FEEDING HOGS i FOR MARKET 0 The feeding Of market b should be begun as soon as the pia jvvlll eat if It is to1 bu done at the ht1 set pro lit writes II lf Colby of low il hi Artier ican Agriculturist t1ecp thb pig grow lug from the very start 0I This brings me to the uex point tho health of tho herd have been feud lug hogs for a mimbor of years anti have hud almost no IdsHCKJ f while all around me so called cholera has devas tated one herd after another J Here are a few of the 1 did ami lilOt 10 Avlilab I believe keptourertls front disease Do not feed an extreme rrccn corn filet Do not crowd the young stock Ullnut rnilr Keep clear writer before them all the time Keep thb sleeping juarters casual and dryj I live good shade during thewarm went ter Give the Hogs salt and ashes especially hard cotta italics and an of copperas and sulphur in the sloi Bo particularly wueful about thlb with thy hogs that tits In the fetching ptns Keep the hogs anti their yard In a sanitttry coiidltion anti watch the nerd carefully in oideV that no disens lU get a start AH the e points Hhoiilll be kept In nihid for they are the only effective Insuhincre against cholera an kindred diseases Our hog have a good sleu pasture with excellent grass I them on this until about six or eight weeksjbe forcgelling All this time I feedimnh well with slop and dry earn o nl1e J turn them Into the yards they nr rcll Iltletlujthe corn ration until the hog are get ting all they will eat 1 supplement this with a slop made from so neuron such as ground corn outs or rye This Is mixed with buttermilk when I can get It I find It pays tq buy b ittermll- If I can get It before it Is diluted with water The meal I use depends upcm what have One of my Iron bound rules in feeding stock is to use born grown feed i- Subscribe for The Sun I1DO yea r III During February= = 1 1 V TlieSpriiigtfieldSun and Farm and Fireside both papers te qne year for t I 1 OOc+ The Lotj isvilleIj iiit i 11 0O txtra I J t I J Oi 200 for all three papers one year R jiSince Ldthis offer to our sti l sclibersconimen ingthe first oiiq t monthwe rliawe i g nn immense subii scrihtion bq8Jl1 Ve were so tell p enscdlth tlawrote to the I eraldal d I11 m and FIreside and asked far it continuance tit bung t bUrry 1 last granted it After this month the offer WIll be withdrawn i l THE SPRINGFIELD SUNsat r Ir 1 WEDDINGS At Frcdericstown Prominent Young People Join Hands and Hearts A very quiet wedding indeed it was which was performed at Holy Trinity- church one day last Father Pieters being the officiating minister It was only when all wasover that we learned 1 that h happened Wednesday morning and that Richard Reynolds and Miss Belle Hilton were the waiters Mr Vern Auberry the bridegroom is a son of the old landmark Wigs Auberry now dead and is a hard working young man Miss Annie Lizzie Fowler the charming bride of twentythree winters only is adnughter of Thomas Fowler iof the Spalding neighborhood Both very practical wont to housekeeping imrrolialhy after their matrimonial 1oP1ertytown Every wichon the young coupldal tie happinose and good luck they dcseijve Another wedding took place Tuesday ebrliary 13at Rev Pieters resi dence at 5 oclock in the afternoon Mr Joseph A Mudd ann Miss Delia Crbake gave each ether the mutual matrimonial promise and the pastor of Holy trinity church made them man j and wife touchingly reminded them of their dutjes to each other from that day forward for better for worse insickness and in J health rind until death did part them The waiters here were Miss Myrtle Croako and Mr- Thomas Hamilton Joseph A Muddis an enterprising young man who lately bought a large farm on the Bardstown and Bloomfield pike and he is bound to succeed Miss Croake thfbride break the thorn of life him and well all are sorry to loose ithe popular o couple hvoreannouncedRichard nolds will marry Miss Mary E Taylor and yBl make their Homo in the Spald ing neighborhood Mr James Ed Hamilton of the SL Rose neighborhood will take unto him self a wife Miss Lillie May Kidwcll of Blincoe Mr Bennie Osborno will also soon nromfeos to Miss IdaIthom rill happiness and good luck Other important news there is jnone exccnt that Mr Ldnne Bowling and children visited Mrs J Hill his grandmother week before lust for three or four days 111oj Bowling is a storekeeper at AthortBonsvilie in Nelson county where he is liked by every one HPJludctWIlO has been on the sick list for qvjte awhile is out again and feeling well The End pf The World of troubles that robbed E II Wolfe of Bear Grove Iaof all usefulness came when he began taking Electric Bitters Kidneyktrouble caused me great suffering which I wouldnever have survived had I not taken Electric Bitters cured me ofGeneral Debility TieyalSO fo all Stomach Liver complaints Blood diseases Headache Diz ziness and Weakness or bodily decline Price 50c Guaranteed by CJ Hay dons drug store THE lRIrIpS OFI SNAl WORS1IP Curious Cuftoms ObscrtJcd In India by People Who Rcvcr= once The Reptiles Serpent worship md the opltt ttlou of snake divinities which nce siStead tcnl1clousILow revere the cobra as Theyid iu thousjind lrS age and it Is OISm creel a lipluous crime to Injure the rep tile fir neglect its Interests In the district oC Tnivnncoro t lone fliers sire Between 15000 and 2pOOO shrines dedicated exclusively to the worship of snakes which possoss tensive and valuably properties 1cor their maintenance until for the eoft of tjie ceremonies which the keepers iiave to ierform from Bails to time III those shrines the Hindoos set dloWh fantastic Idols of on stone VIir a milk and cooko rice to the serpentine labltues of the shrine Every morning the king and qucc i of the serpents are bullied ami fruit vijU mllk ie oft red to them to 10 followed at noon by cooked rice timid fried grain On certain days tine Idols in grove and household temple are carried In procession to tlag house where pro initiatory offerings tire made At famous snake festivals at Travau core the folk gather from all parts to john In the worship bringing offering of gold silver grain popper spjcos oil sandalwood silk and other things The cost of the festivals Is defrayed by the revenues of the paddy Holds stud garden attached to the shrines Th believe Unit snake bitts in Inutitsllllso otl of these shrines metier lie that as It may deaths from snake bites are very rare though KI VIvr I1t1 T I CHILDREN PLAT WnrijKTnEin SBKiENTINB FIHBNDS GLIDe ABOUT many groves contain as many its thirty cobras anti the shrines In Travaucore number between 15000 and 20000 4 agrgressive but generally keep to their selyes and being so kindly treated and benevolently attended It Is not aston ishing that they become docile and Uarmiess All oyer Travancore thepee i ple when they seen snake approaching fays The god Is Coniing trod make way for the divinity Children play ieurloKsly about the groves wiijlo their sorpontrno friends are gliding about or l asking fn the sutt and luivb never been l nown to be harmed When the groves ijcconm overrun with serpents thp sur ijlus population Is removed and sent to other shrines certain pious Bralnnans UClng especially applied to for this pur pose Dont Keep Too Mnny Pigs It Is a nilstaheto oyorstock your place with pigs or tinny other animals lioo many farmors in attomptiUtJ to uakemonoy by Increasing the of animals do so nit the expense of quality An overstocked farm is not a profitable oOe A fart U teover stocked is one that bas tnrore animals ot and character thaiiean be properly cl red for 6r kept In a good thrifty growing toiiilllloii Wherovor the bum hers Interfere with the gtowih or with Ute attention that should lie given tl oni It Is overstocked = Amorlcau Sivinclidrd nrpfilliic the SOTVS 4r tine sows are In prime condition Sand results ihaybe had from breed ing the first time they are In heat titter the pigs tire w paned but If In low flesh hotter litters may bo expected If they are not bred until they come In the second time JENKINSVILLE Mr Oscar Harmon entertained quite a numberof his friends Saturday nigl t with music T Miss Annie Haydon of Mackviilo was the guest of Miss rda Bottom Saturday night Miss Maggie Rose has returned homp after two weeks visit with relatives and friends at Parksville t14GRobinson Watts Co sold a num ber of200 p and hogs to Caseand Wj colt for525 per hundred J T Lester purchased the R E LeJ tar farm of 230 acres for 1IMr John Sweeney has mpved intoouiI midst kit Woodson Hatchett is able to b out af an after re reral days illness Mr Tom Bottom was thrown from t cast week and the result was a broken knee cap a10njlunghad the animal slaughtered and exhibif ted the lung before the legislative com mittee to show how bbviness were afflicted with tuberculosis Then the committee reported in favor of appro priation aeuocatqd by the veterinarian Do Not Neglect a Cold Every cold Weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each the way for more serious diseasesf CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES it CURESIConsumption Coughsrolds Sore Throat Cough Bronchitis Hoarsenessr Sore Lungs EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOES NOT 1CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH MRS SALLIE LOCKBAtt Goldthwalte Toxf says t TTe have used Dallarda Uorehonnd Syrup In my for several years and It always gives satisfaction When the children had Croup and AVhoopInk Cough It slvrayti relieved them at once and 1 would not be without It In tho house ms it U the BEST MEDICINE we know of- Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed THREE SIZES 2Sot BOO and 91OO BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYPON a Springfield Ky CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CORlORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost in Southern Indiana Southern Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi K We can put you in quick 4Illinois ctory communication with the of this great section of the countryIyour patronage Rates reasonIable Equipments and facilities unsur 4 passediJAM WCIIB1refldent i r o ITilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 t y r Cut In TWo I That is what 1 have done to pri es on transfer work Give me your wQrknd alftIRube will deliver the goods Every Ii Will be shown the trade and all goo s will handled wIth care lam going tog a you chance to get hauling done at your o vn price Call on me or telephone me at the d p- otLJILJIALLEN SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday February 21 1906 dttl r ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher l l SpringfieldIy1malls as matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION toolItx1dpnths25 r Jln writing to have your address changed always giro tbo postofllcp to which your paper yewishu ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce HONJ BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate fo Congress in the Fourth Congressional xDelnoeratic1906 L MR ENLOWS PASS BILL Representative Enlow from over in LaRue has passed an antipass bill through the Lower House The bill prohibits l1Y inglonaof this sort is all rightall rig when it applies to ordinary fellows but whats to be done about these newspaper gentle man who are honorable mem bers of tlte Legislater and w ride on passes paid for in space b Taint right and we are raffi3id it will force a lot olus to stout of Ijofh Houses thereby rob bing the people of Kenfucky of the most excellent services of t country editor in the halls the General Assembly 4 Just at this time Mr Nichol Xongworth is a mighty big ma but the chances are it wont last long THE SUNS LITTLE SERMON Subject A Common Thief Whenevi jr you come across o CI of these individuals who is suspio- i us that e ery matt with whom he has bu mess dealings is dis honest keIan eye on him for it is very pI0 able that he is a eon mon thief limself and being acr jsperCectl heIall men a re thieves Thc only thingithat prevents the r eversus picious character from stealing a horse ors atching a purse is the lawtheerrible arm of the law The pu pet who steals in dribs ajnd there are thousands fays to po thsort purloining is a much me net individual than the lioilsethief or the highwayman ihf latter doesn make anyclaims up in society hes a thief he do isnt try to pass fpr anything t refhe 6i1y pants to dJige the sheriff r he sneaks hiat night an steals from you or hd m ets YCU and at the paint ofa pistol rcbs you then tries to get away in other words hes an ac forrg cr n1 of stealing and that of deception He rte Is from you in little chibs and poses as an honest man Ha maybe a member of the el archie may be a prominent man in he affairs of the town fasortfofa kingbee in society om a ri g leader a highstepper and a fand dancer but the little game in whjch heis a mas terhand is be fuiripJred by tlteGreght t a a e while he will be called out and dos n hell go Keep an eye on the character inho6 goatj was orn n e county is that Lincoln himself said so All ofus admit that worderfulfl e that evan a roan as brainy as he timaSclosenst nary o1v can at or1fiv 1 A Cold On The Chest 1 I Ir 9Llifl Ii V S Always Uncomo table j and Often Dangtrous This is the season for colds and you wil be wise to provide your self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cc ugh Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early stages is worse thanca elessness A wellknoWn lung specialist called it Constructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure a fresh standingThemedicines hereI GJ HAYDONCORNER DRUG STORE 3T 1-r MR JOHNSON AND MR MAYES Hon Ben Johnson of Bards town will be the next Congressman from the Fourth district Congressman David H Smith has withdrawn from the raise Hon T Scott Mayes declines to enter the arena the gentleman from Bullitt and the gentleman from Grayson have gone into high timbers and Ben Joht son is under the con rression il tree with a great long polethe twig will be touched and down the persimmon will come Thus the situation in the Fourth dis trict issiaedup to a trtt The Sun is now for Mr John song Had Mr Mayes decided toen ter the contest we would have supported him1 would have Stood bjy him through thick and thin would Have used every honorable t eansto have contributed to his electin Aside from being our countyman he has been a loyal supporter sincfe The Sun was established in November over one year ago and we have never yet been guilty pf forsaking friend a more contemptible thing no man can be guiltyof ingratitude is a terrible sin Scott Mayes prettiest trait is his love for his friends he is as true to them as is the heart of steel to its encase- ments he des1es little things He is bigbrained bigsOuledan l filllliearted Hers a MAN If he desires and the Almighty spares his life he will represent the Fourth district in Congress We believe there are even greater things jn store for him than a seat lri 1the National Congress Such men a he are needed in the cbuncils of tie nation But with Mr Mayes out of the race we are for 11r Johnson heart and squl determinedly and everlastingly Hes a goodman tp beforatd a very very good man tp have for you because so long as y uare worthy lie is with you M and thats like hav Jng a dozen wheelhossci pull ring for you He has the steel in hima TI ton or so and he often whets it tp do battle for a friend A man may deserve no credit for being loyal to a friend but in thi age itfe a pret ty tlitdbt- ho otgnlbiandgrasp byIum B lwajs be dej upojn ht thing at Icksfj to do what he believes to by the ri rht thing Inj this is ue off The SUn he an nounces hip candidacy f jr the itoi umtIonl for Cpngressl standits about as Inuch chance of be coming a law as a snowball would in rojlling through quarts ofa mile of burning brush If cant be killed in any pther Iva theyll shdot it with a silyerl bullet h The worst is now over t Miss Roosevelt and Mr Long SaiurjayDan Sweeney of Daviess county ha never missed attending a funeral irj lii County when he was informed in time to get to it THE e o iChaplin Water 1 Power RoHer1li1is o MAKES THE rt vk IBEST FLOUR o = THEN BEST MEAL c1 I Springfeld andmapy 1other sections of Washington county our brands are sldo Buy them and get THE BIST o I D BSUTIIERLA 0 I CHAPLIN KY 0 o ooQoooo ou Qsu Insure in the 11Junctionmakes any daiui of paying its loss iuffull J ii I Rubbers and Mens Heavy Shoes at fe duced Prices I Our New Spring AVIiite Goods Linens Laces Long Cloths Bleached Co tons Cambrics EtcVe invite you to call and see V Just new of F lIJg I ft I- IT 1 4j Quite a number from this tom unity attended court at Bardstown last week W R Moore sold tcrjH H G wham one sow and eight pigs for 355 Gra hamsoldsame to 1VP Hays fo 40 R N Vowles sold his noted saddle stallion Billy Yilks to Mr Mullin of Dugansville for 200 J T Hughes was in our midst one day last buying hogs Rev J A Sims filled his regular ap pointment at New Far Mont church last Sunday I Dr Gilbert of Tajrlorsvijle was called to see Mrs W R Moore lest Thursday who has been confined to her bed for several months returnedjDr Barnett and wife of Mackvriie Miss Lizzie Vowles spent last week with her grandfather H B Mitchel Rev J A Sims spent Saturday night with W C Cammack and family Mrs Allie Barnett isj out again after 1a brief illness of lung trouble Miss Amy Leathers was in this community one day last eek prospecting for a singing school gs Some of the forma of this co i tObatcobedsis spending a fewweeks with Mrs J 0 Ve d In Self Defense Major Hamm editor i ndmanager of the Constitutionalist Eminence KYH when he wasfiercely attacked four years ago by Piles bought a bjj of Bucklens Arnica Salve of which rhe sasHIt curedme in ten days and no trouble sinc Quickest healer Burns Sores CutslanU Wounds 25c at C J Hay dons drug store Wilbur Long ninetynine yea sold said to be the oldest white man inCen iniNOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Stdre Will draw Mortjmizes De da and Contracts HncITHOS J Graves ti Overcoats TA t Few Nice Goats Lei ftIThey must go therefore prices wjll be greatly reduced I i Clothing We can also make you some special prices on clothmgI WE HAVE NOW ON SALE Embroideries Sheetings themI received stock Lace Curtains l1gfrom SOc to SOO Pair I ROBERTSON BROS SPARROWs onesr f PRBSBVTBUiAN MOORESVILLE Mr Ham Virgin isj still confined to 1fheowd out to ihear Rev Brodus preach at New Hope last Sunday Mr John Kinder has removed to mngfield lIiY John A Boblitt has accepted a position in Springfield James Cull and family spent last week with his father at this place A great many tpbacco beds 1ave beenburnedMr Snider visited Mr Jeff Smith last Sunday Misses 01a and Emogene Goatley visited Miss Lelye wall Saturday evening Yhavevisit Springfield familyofWoodlawn Hope last Sunday J Mr Owen Ellis of Vally Hillvisited his parents At this place Sunday Mr Llyod Yates is very ill with pneu monia we hope he will soon recover ValleyHillSettle last Sunday Mr Otis Settle has returned to Lou isville after a weeks vi it to his par ents Mr Albert Vallof thSs place and Miss Estell Rhodes oi Woodlawn were married at Poplar Flat church Wednesday February 14 i t 7 oclock p miin the preseuce ofa arge number- f friends It is said tl at this is they fist wedding that ever o curred at the church We extend corig atulations Mr Steve Colvin of Sp ringfield visited friends in our commu iity last Sun day and Monday lessrs Burnett VallJAndrew Owen Ellis and rank 6Neal were in Bardstown las Monday on business Severalof our yopngpe pIe attended church atjPoplar Flat Sun Jay night Little Miss Sue Hill Ly lane is vi iting pisses Etta and M prtle Grbake of rille James imms and fa IyofVliney Hill visited Mr James eddicks and family Sunday Fruit growers of Trimbl j county havp exaniined peach pear the Ty andvapple yIlowever by saying there might pbssibl be a small berry crop A protest is going up n Falmouth against the transfer of Pen leton county from the Sixth to the Nin h COngress- ional district Ti Grundy Meloti e I MAKE SPECIAL PRICES TO i Cash Customers ww I WT I 1 Come to us with your cash we will save you money THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 0t t+ t i + tr 1 t r It t DRAW A KING i II lh t = you inland win SUPERIOR and inyour and 100 Were filltotay I I Have for Sale a few White Leghorn and i i I White Rock Roosters V iiiw II i 44F+ I PAY CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS fIWot I WANT CHICKENS AND EGGS I ffi it 1 I 4 I PA Y I SW t 1 H JONES 3t it + tit t d b Ff hh hM4 ii iIt 4k 4 ffi4 Htt at + M1 ut z d LtLduTiltiiT ttt Local News Notesr Bryan Peters Company shipped load of butcher cattle last Friday The grand jury over Mercer has recommenced that new court house be built Eighteen pounds of New Orleans I1 Very fine quality and hard get Thomas PORSALB Three each over 90 by 200 feet within three squares of the Court House For further information address Care of The Sun r r will g us a c it 0 the win it 1 r p I t w 4 J I 1i i c 1 Jl t f u IJ i J f l 1 = r f h h h t F i + h k F f h t k Fh T T T T Ti T + + + 0 a in a to P J lots L B R v r 1 Born to the wife of Sterling TI OlUpI son of the Pleasant Grove neighbor hood on the 14tha boy Dean one of Mercer cov ntys IJames citizens died at his hone at last week A good word froth every one who wears the Hamilton hoe Durable and P J Thomas Mrs Kad r B Hutchins died at after a brief illne s qf The mule market is on a boom The sold at 425 to 500 per pair the ther dayin FoYet a countyI d FFor + + want of room we will closeout t cost the odds j an denJds of Chinaware Glassware Tii ware Etc We + have some bargains to offer you t- t V cLt + 1 LEN r Lt1 iivei rs jf Rice Evaporated Apri otsI Prunoa tit i Hominy Evaporated Poaches Hommy Flakes f + Rolled Oats Apples Siphggetti Oat Meal Navy Beans l Grits W L t Tomatoes CornIc c Molasses Sorghum Caramel f Etc t I McCabe i f rt 1 fill nine to one the have draw one Joad at time of that GOAL of ours fil cellar to youll beat old Boreas onrDo ready ito your il j Thoroughbred CASH 4rnir Brown handsome comfortable Harrodsburg pneumonia Out-C Evaporated i i NjO f Acid wayj order Plymouth HIGHEST Johnson The adminstrators sale of tie stock and farming implements of the late William Clarkson was largely attended and everything is said to have brought fair prices Just received 25 dozen noted Hector whips prices from a dime to Buy one and you will use no other P J Thomas Washingtons birthday will be cele brated ty the pupils of the Springfield Graded Common School at the Opera House tomorrow evening in a Declam atory Contest The Edwards Stock Company closed- a weeks engagement at the Opera House here last Saturday evening The show in many respects was a good one They presented some interesting plays I have many great bargins aside for Saturday 24 Monday County court day Come in and let me show you P J Thomas Mr Thos Graves has a Notary Pub lics notice in this issue Read the ad vertisement and if have any work to be done in his line call to see him The work will be properly executed at the right price A meeting of the Masonic lodge of Willisburg will be held at that place next Friday night A large attendance is v 9 much desired 1 Ort next Sunday morning the pasto- of tie Baptist church will commence series of sermons the topic of which will be as follows Why am I Christian Why am J a Church Mem ber Why am ta Baptist Mr James Hagari of near town shipped his tobacco to Louisville and received cents Mr llagan consid ers this price very good when corn pared to the price some of the farmers have been receiving He had 7000 pounds WANTED A good man to act as local agent for a first class monument house Will give a goad man a good contract Address M J MBTCALF Lebanon Ky COUNTY COURT DINNER On next Monday the ladies of the Springfield Baptist church will give a dinner at the oPpolitewill be used in purchasing a new car pet for the church T 9 r T M T T T T ct 1 ct PQOepQqqqOQQQO I Personal Notes f o 00 Visitors In and Out of Town A 0 Z Round Up of the Weeks 0 Pecsonal News e OQQQQnQQQQQbQI T Scott Mayes was in Frankfort and Louisville Sunday and Monday on business bliss Florance Hamilton iis visiting Mrs John L Barber Mrs C A Green entertained at euchre Monday afternoon h Mr P J Thomas was in Louis ville Monday on business M Mr George Beg man was in Louisville the first of the Week on business Misses Mattie Smith and Mollie J dayIlast week Edelen of Bardstdwh has lreturnedhome after a visit toi relatives here Miss Louise Settles of Maud w lastIMrs Willard Thompson ivas call to Cqrbin by the illness of her sister Torn Funk of Louisville attende- the funeral of his cousin Miss Anni Peters last week Louisvilleaa to r LewisiMr and Mrs J C Clements o Lebanon were guest at the home of Mr Jphn Smith Saturday and Sunday Messrs E Si Mays Jrtmd Dud ley Wells were in Winchester the first of the week on business MissMiranda Tucker visited Miss Rose Cleaver of Lebanon lasjt week Mr and Mrs C C McChord are i Frankfort this week cI SpringOeldparents Sunday J Jsvisitinghertown Miss Katie Sluiunty and Dr Crime of Frederick to wh were here Mst week Dies Myrtle Price who has been quite sick with pncumomalor sometime is improving fast + + + + + + + + + + + + + J M Edwards wife and children of Lebanon visited H S Tyler Sun day Miss Bessie Settle of Maud uisited Miss Emily Russell last week Miss Bessie and Margaret Leach man are visiting in Louisville this week Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr are visiting their daughter Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon rMiss Nancy Simms has returned from Louisville where she has been for treatment =Miss Kate Wharton entertained a few of her friends at Flinch Tuesday evening Dr Jim Green is visiting his sis ters Mrs J C McElroy and tt R Thompson The little child of Mr M H Jones reported ill last week is much better and it is thought will soon be well Mr T J Graves of this place was in Mercer county yesterday on business He wasTaccompanied by Mr T E Slaughter The little childof Rjy W T Con dor which suffered a stroke of paraly istnow returnedtoda to Mrs H D Stilesr BardseMr Booker Sansbury of Louisvilre visited his mother the first of the week Mr John Buster of Harrortsburg RobardsfMiss Blanche Carrico of Howard town is visiting Miss Fannie Smith Miss Addie Lampton of Hardin county is visiting at the home of Dr Lampton here tA pleasant euchre Was given at the home of Mr and Mrs Pat Kelly near 0nwon rs IMrs J B McAtee and Miss Essi Soalding of Lebanon were visiting a the home of Mr and Mrsi R W Wathen last Mynday l r Lebanonrcame over to JohnsonOsborn wedding She is vis iting Mrs Annie Ck Johnson TMessrs Will and Milton Roney Will Spalding Misses Hettie Spaldmg and Mary Able of Lebanon attended the unerabof Mr Jad Spalding I of ofHPWWWWW tT WtvIMT IMiss Blanche Bohta of Mt Zion spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs S H Bishop A picture of MrsE A Cox and her prettybaby appeared in Saturday evenings Times Mr A L Wheatley jof Kansas laibiiigfriendsterday lie will probably return to Kansas City next week t Misses Susie Pope and Regina Rudd two of Wastiington countysbesr teach ers went to Lexington this week toCtake special courses in teaching Mrs Martin of Louisville who has been spending the winter with her shomeMrs Edward Barrett who was with the Edward Stock Company dur ing their engagement at the Opera House here last week is stricken with typhoid fever at the Colvin House at this place iDirs a few of her young friends at Flinch lasts night Those present were Misses Kate and Annie Mayes Annie Mc Chord Florance Hamilton Lydia Dun can and Sadie Mayes Messrs H M Grundy Frank Wells Marshall Duncan and Rev W H Williams in a report Thursday afternoon the grand jury stated that its roonrin the courthouse inot free from eavesdrop pers and spies says the Harrodsburg Democrat and complained that the secrets of tHe grand jury room had been given out to the end of defeat arrangementsjuries from such impositions A BENEFIT A play will be preseh ed by local talent at the Opera Hous6 about the first of March for the benefit of Mrs Barrett who is illof tnhoitt fever at the Colvin House Mt1 and pathothepaper willeretttNellie Florence Spalding the thirteen year old daughter of Dave Spa drngv aneding and his Wife are industrious acid eyhavethoir child The deceased wasa ember of the Catholic churchi Bun fr St Rose It I z TIlE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 211 1906 4HeII I rt ThII Adventuiers a c I By H p MARRIOTT WATSO- 1 tCopyright 1898 By Harper IffrollIer t l ift ifr tliWoll tliertya uii enU said Montgomery with a sigh anl 1 fancy wo were all f the Hmo opinion in that early blast of dospnirf- Tllo troasure t ItS rrjitiii unit he iniicfVl be a sharp fellow lilUeed who could dlscPvor its hiding ijlqec throughout toe district of the Gut or uinybo within the bordellor the kingdom Shoppard wfis the first to show the way out of our deadly arm thy I am not going to see 1t stop here Neil he said with determination dud thats the truth That treasure must be somewhere and wevo got to find it41 say ditto to that cried Mont gomory stahvartly heaving a sigh of resolution If we could nitrroWtbe fiddrsqld Pshaw sail Sheppard They cant have got it fnr How many days is it Why they cant have got the 4money out all at one shot otherwise they would not have kept you locked up Ill go ball that th0 last was fetch ed out only lust night if ns early as that And if so the treasure is not very far from the cystic Some of It may beiu London I an swered moodily Well mind you I tlQ1tt admit It But say it Is so thore must be soave thing tlll about the went and weve got to run it down I think from what you say you surprised them by your flitting with the vicar It Is evi dent that they wished to keep you a little longer no doubt until they had disposed Of the treasure under our noses You lire rIght I believe I replied Why did they want to keep me Not because they had not the treasure but to prevent an alarm And yet the me tive was not strong enough that they dared risk a misunderstanding with Morgan Yes youve hit it Sheppard But the OJweiit Is wide enough heaven knows come we have reached one point said Sheppard Perhaps we can do more on reflection Dont let us give It up Is this treasure likely to be anywhere about the inn There is the barn said I and the stable lofts and there art the cellars iOlr N ed there Is everywhere groaned Sleppard We might watch if they havent got it away suggested Montgomery with some hesitation It 4ocwas not often that he intervened In our counsels but his Intervention was now to tike point Good said Sheppard smacking him on the shoulder Watch Is the word Weve hitherto kept our watches in the battlements We must now merely transfer them to gbneWbere tus say the Woodman replied Sheppard smiling uA niuch more dangerous dutyl I sa1dslow1y H P5erous We thrive on danger a Sheppard gayly Anyhow let us break up the conference and take an fairing Theres nothing to us Iio in the castle and hencesre are in no need of drawbridges It is we who are the assailants what reminds me I put In I found the drawbridge down when I carne in justnow Sheppard winked My dear boy if youd had to answer all the awkward questions I have had tp dilring thetas three days you would have let down the drawbridge In despalrj Jones I queried Jones It is the majesty of the law and animferually susp clods law It Is It was yet early in the afteriioou and there might be time to put a point upon our resolutions rl his thought ran In our heads as all t irce1 we turned clown the road that ltd tb the Wood mIlD Sercqmbe was sunn ng himself be fore the door of the ton seated in a comfortable chair beneath the wring Ing sign As we came abreast of him I holooked up and greeted us Good flay gentlemen he said cJhattrfully Im glad to see you youhadLt8nnodpus about you Th amazing impudence of the ma- toolttrwaymy breath jbtt I manage- to feover and say Yes I have been taklu j a little hol Bray private business you know cop tain ryMAbt saId he shaking his head h Iliad the time B t I find boll iflys must look after theihselyes Ir- t much on hand J sYmpathIze with you CajtainSer oSmlwJ said Sheppard For myself I naver could abide business But I r itl1Jrik understand to what you rcler R bttd business a very bad business Sereombe studied him attentlYiel- rlt seem to know a great deal tm y dear slrhe replied 1 know and you know that I kno nat you have the heaviest team to adrive Uphill that ever man undertook Kad Sheppard watching him t qbesRld the captain after a jjStise Lifes not all beer and skit gentlemen Perhaps youre right Ji dont say youre wrong But the tact ie haf I ftvell Its a pity we couldnt arrnngemfnttogetherinrUer He spoke so freely that r inferred he- wiis not any longer In the fear of Hood whist cast for us that iBCood was ab S nt Was he absent looking after tho treamvre TTpoiiu ontHderatlon 1 deckle that this was unlikely otherwise S rumba would not bo resting no eon j tall In hit c mh The two HCOUII di els ilnrotl not rultoue another In Hi lit case thepiUW wen that the trwiK w lay In the W vlm ii stud here wts fr combs nunH ikplv As not n Greek T two kdeplpjs nl upon It This w is all I waited tcrknow and baring gi tned this info witou I deemed It tl ne to retire You will thick me rasa di1 mr coujocturel but yeti uiUHftiou qete in Uiy ante we were playing it was Jleccspry to come to a concju slou quickly stir I had learned to come toa conclusion uu the slightest evidence Anyhow k gave the sUriml for retreat and back re wehtto the castlo by a circuitous r mtosolis tp avoid ally susplcloiis pn the j art of the cap tain jjfight wits theo tHflon I wanted and it was for the fall of lark Hurt waited with grout ImpaUqnce Spelt AI II MYU Uf chests were bare of trcdsurc pard agreed with me that the treasure ajin the inn and lost probably In the cellars The two thieves would secure it against one nu ther I admit that I entertained little hope of cuttiiig out the treasure under the noses of thC en emj On the otliei hand it would be dillicult to say w at I really did an ticipate or aim at n this nocturnal ex pedition I think we nil felt Unit we could not compos our minds to rest and an luipertiirbalile indifference We mut be upon ou legs and bustling about Some busln ss even though It should prove the veriest moouHhiue and I believe too that a notion was current Jiniong us that we might by soma felicitous chance or by sue hero ic effort accomplish something under the cover of darkmss Ifwe might not actually wrest from Ils abominable e holders the gold and of the treasure At 10 ot lock ve tired were gathered within tin shelter of the deep thicket before the Woodman Montgomery had taken 111 his position there jy light but repoi ted that there had been no movement in the inn Within our coign if vitntage we rest eil peeping throug the interstices of the foliage upon t ic Wooflmaii Thp windows gleamed with light put bo yond lint there w is no marls of life Half in hour wei t by in this way and ten a sound f voices rose from the In a and pres Itly there emerged from the doorway wo men who stOOl In conversation for a few minutes be fore the house I was too dark to make them out distinctly but one I set down as Hood After a time they separated Hood ai I supposed bim to be returning Into t ic inn trail Ills cant panion walking down the road awa from us If we wei e to effect tuhythin- this man must bi followed and whispered as much to the others dolor muting to take the duty on myself Slipping through the copse therefore I struck downward through the fringe of wood that bordered the road My progress irate nnt rally slower than that of the man I was tracking and soon I wits surprised to lo tho sound of his feM But a nomen s reflection convinced me that ho had turned ofT the roadway and v as pro eccllug liko myself through tin forest This con viction became cert tinty a little later dldg stubs ahead of m and a brushing theynwebdnow must have heard me just as I hit nerve of blip in the wood null that h knew he was being follower At tli uulliccovereIslight noise Yet suddeney ceased once more to got of him I paused and waited but the valley for we were now winding into the ho tom was stagnant with silence save llistaucSlowly c spasye againy I at t1whe nocturnal quietude of more than half niymnnto abandon the purs lit Retracing my steps I climbed up to the road and re- joIned my companions in the thicket 1 found Sheppard in what for him was n bad temper Our sport Is belnj spoiled he said Impatiently and to my questions add ed JonesWhat he about I asked Apparently QA th same errand as 1 ourselves ho observed I considered Wed hotter go back f said The leefii Jones sees of us Ute better and besides hell lo our work for ust z ll think we pill Avuilcoine Ute Augges titnl for we were alj rniplitlly weary of Sileit his pipe fur aojoe time Iu silence Well what do yo thlirkof itr itw 0Iafternoon So did Ihe returnjed Youre not g iug to ictre upT HsIiiMl Montgomery yf bOUt laughed Not yotI falfl Thercfii plenty of time for detj aiiv Well fret oiiiUlfir the position morrow Mid Shoppnrd yawiiiug With iyhlch wa got to lied anti I fir one slept like th 4 graveyard dead I rode into Raymond morning with Montgomery tnkiAK ihp road upon the sooth sub of the valley away front thjp Woodman mien which Shepard protulecdto keep Me eyes i was anxious to discover what progroM Jones had made in hlK inre tigatioii anti moreover felt slightly unciiey to our own posture IB the altalr lead the law gut wind of ue And were tine coniiGcted in loueti mind with the mysterious trautMicUoil of WIiUveut As luck had It we didtint find who hud returned to Raymond r early ju tho morning lint lead bee hastily summoned back into the Owoit inforpricounted for not moetliig hlui by tli now route we hud taken Therefore none the wiser for our excuralon tr turned the linisus hyiimwaiTl slid climbing the nee beyond lhe river restWcTJhndllau alien Moutgbmlrjs mare full Jaiui and he dismounted lo oxaiuiue her shoe As he was ongngtetl for some time hi the occupation I pulled my nag Into the shade of the big tree by the fluowinibridle and winked over to the margin of the wood where the grass grow In abundance now fading a drub yellow cr the Huh nlficel1cl of the autumnundo The road here took a sharp bund oheadlande r main continent of forest As my hot so nibbled at the grass 1 heard a noise of wheels In tire distance und glaucnl through the tangle along the highway Down from Llanbllan trop was bo lug driven furiously toward US The rate at which it rolled anus prodigious anti clouds of dust Hew up and cn veloped horse vehicle and driver in their course Thinking that this must be a runaway I slipped the bridle over the horses neck and calling to Mont gomery leaped Into the suds and turned the corner to meet it Ad fi till so the carriage whi frwus of a voile serviceable type conimou in the south try vas plainly visible to me and I to its occupant What astounded me was to see him raising his whip through the smoke of dust in actto strike Ilerccly at the flanks of the animal and tho next second he stopped dropped whip und as it scented to me reined iu his horse At nil events the pact was now jnuck slowot In fact but comfortable amble While I was wondering on this curious maneuver tho trap drew near enough for me to notlc laic driver and to my astonishment saw that it was Hood His face was all a sweat and grimed with dust anti plainly ho hind beet squeezing the last ounce out oelIl8 filetdidi of thoughts rushed through my bruit but It was not mill lie cane well nigh abreast of me that Ute inspiration seized me He ninth as if to pass civilly tot c111ns its lint but by a suel den Inov intent 1 wheeled my horse across the road and barred his way Had he been going at his previous ittt- t tl4opght1was Were was no harm done Hood himself taken by surprise pulled back iiind jerked his left rein sending the boast toward the ditch 1 cried to Montgomery and loaning over sough lit tin reins It all lit Hood I said Yquri a dono man this time Hog your pardon sir sold he star ing at ate Dull wits going to Ray mond Yes foul I dare soy you were aiil I But now youre going to tic cas tie At that nipnumt Mqutgomery camo up leading his inure trod took In the situation Running round he hold the other rein Hood Jobkcd from one to the other ontld11 replleel trouble you to poop Into that currluge At the words Jlobds eyes shot with Iii malignant light and his nostrils curled and shivered like Wore of n vicious horse file next Second ho sprang bustk anil leaped iat my throat with his open kola My horse plunged and tool the blow upon his shoulder witch was rip ped open in awed gash Then without a sound Montgomery punted therut line to the earth It was not the first dine that ho had felt the brlp of those great arms and he lay still underfbat Ih the dust We hail been so engrossed with Incident dint we had not noticed tt sound of an approaching horseman and now his voice broke iu upon u startling us Thank you kindly gentlemen I am obliged to you it said find there was Sercotnl very nkl and very dusty lint with In twinkling smile struggling Over a grave and anxious face cotLto his feet alt o- nceIIIIIIIIIIIIII N Dr We Fi Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rDental work at reasonable pricts ork guaranteed lff ovPrilayJm JJRpIIfr Or1JMU Bui ton RESIDENT DENTIST Withtout silliCROWN WQfKA SPECIALTY I AU DentaKork Strictly First KXOB D LAKEInsurance Agent SPI2iNGFIILIi KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident reiLierrtvqrld Your iitsitraufle wlkited I DR J II LAMPTON DIU JrC iUD15 t9e MUDD SPIUNX3FIBLD KENTUCKY e nvK c J Dare Oftlc0 Hours 12 M to 21J Dr J UHQPperr SIKINCIFIBLD UpltairPhoris MISS ELLA ADAMS r NURSF 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months 230 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeralddThe Sun and the Louisville Evening Ppst one year i 4 00 WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYWWT UE t wVti you want t have J tb of workaon have It khaveIIt8reuon1orgooiatoIwont roar mme rjonoUJhl If ytni have by lr Umbt anything from a mailoiCer doaeut Inrtwe idonbtlet 18 oknicebackagainmilBonaird In a nrnpewn beans The Sun harp td eatltlue attention ut Ita sttllsrri Mrs to seats therollowIIlJfho8n anea ODductIla SpIIngIh4d and WMhttttrtGtI ttDtJ byhottMt lidhtJkorable men Whnirou want to m ke a WutchtbiI volt over flit Jand setect year m Tot frontbigHAYDOJS BARBER f lbsn In- roceriePC II rthvare HaijnaeBi tC l I HAGAiN BROTHERS Dealrs GrocorloB Qucfngware GlQswttJ Ti GeogeB Taylor Genoral Ro IIUmbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McElroy IeA18r In e Fancy Groceries and Prodaco4 1jConrad flertjein Baker and Cop fcctioner The Bost ServodI Red Cross Drug Store StaKfpnary and Toilet ArtiIIts Proflonptions A 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daylight with film Cartridges Fitted with meniscus lens and shutter withiris diaphragm stops 1 t Full description in Kodak Catalog FREE at any photographic dealers or 4s mail EASTMAN KODAK CO f Rochester N Y e IT THE SUN and DailyHerald l TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 7 a s 1 i The Adventurers I IByH BIMARRIOTT WATSON I tacPYcI The rascal gave me the slipsaid Sorcoinbe but I am much In your debt for stopping ISiui Ah9 said I Thats flue story is itT It is extreinely odflv and I recall the fact now with sonic sense of discom Iturp but this sudden appearance of Serconibo and the evidence that he had boon chasing Hood completely put my Jtiockoulng out The events had turned things topsy turvy for the time nor did I realize at onceitliat we were still antagonists opposed upon the posses alon of the very trennire which I hud conceived wns cone IlCll in the car riage But It J was ate fn coming to my wits not s r Hood IUe quar rem with Serc tube privately but as against us he was the captains part nor arid sJdl Ig up io him he whis pored a few words Sercombe nodded and ere I had time to observe nIl this properly he had edged his horse between the carriage and myself and pulled fprth a revolver lYeIY sorry jii UIUULUIVA said uu pointing It at nie It seems an un grateful return but upon my soul I cant help it Id n deuced sight sooner offer the barrel elsett here but there it is j3Hawhipped into his seat and turned the carriage about As for Montgomery and thyself we were entirely taken aback They had the advantage of us anti we should have been fools to re fuse to recognize it So after the first stare of consternation I made thebest of itDelighted to be of service to Cap min Sercombe any time I said And now as I presume we are all goiiilj the same way we shall have the pleasure of your company Thats right he observed Hood hive ahead not too fast this time And the Innkeeper who had nbw re Bumedbis placid air obe ed AVe jogged along together conversing quite affably but the captain kept an eye upon us riding a little to one side and linlfUncr a hand ostentatlously in his pocketIn manner we rode through Llan ellan and drew near to the Woodman Sercbmbe turned to me a little way oft I reckon he said that youll want to know where those chests are I reckon I have that chance now said I Faith and youre right he remark ed gnawing his mustache in some perplexity Hood never swerved in his course and Itell you I kept a sharp wajtch on him He drove up to the dour of the inn and throwing the reins on the horses back jumped down And now the adventure began to prom ise greater interest even than before I racked my brains to guess whit way they would try for an exit to this blind nllelBut in the midst of my speculations I perceived suddenly that there was ja crowd of people before the 1oorot the Woodman and immediately upon our arrival We were hailed with excited shouts and cries I jumped off and the others followed suit As I did so I perceived Jones the police ser geant elbowing his way toward me through the throng What Is it I asked Is that Captain Sercombe who came with you he asked Yes yes But what is IU I repeat ed impatiently tot the ominous faces about me alarmwJ qrie with strange fears Jones made a motion to go and then turned to me David Williams he said formally aman employed by you Mr Great orex was fouml at 8 oclock this morning stabbed to death in the lower Gwent CHAPTER XVIIIfHE sergeant turned on his heel T as hp concluded his sentence and strode off toward the door of the inn A ghastly senSa- tion of sJcnl fear as though I had- beenadetected in the act of assassina tion overwhelmed me and left me star ing Villi my jaw down Then I ran afterJoucs calling upon him and bowing my way through the crowd Sercombe jstood for a moment conspic uous in the doorway and then be van ished JBiit Jones being a smallinan was swallowed up among the villagers I caught sight of Montgomery standing apart by his horse and hallooed to him He hesitated for an instant and then pushed through to me Find Jones I said hurriedly Wil this bloody rvtgang we reach ed him simultaneously n I pressed my ques ns home and Jones beckoning to one orlilsm- entvboetooa by lent half an ear to me Excuse meslrsnld hp I will attend to you directly and whispered some order in the officers ear The man made his way through the throng and disappeared Yes sir snJ- dJonesA little way from the stream we found the body first discovered by a man Lewis to work Evident ly attacked bymore than one person but the coroner will determine that See here Jones said IucnnI see you later He looked at me with his sharp un compromising eyes Yes sir I dare iy well want your evidence 4 4A1l right I answered and turning to Mont omery Come wed better selfc back Theres nothing to be got from him at present Montgomery pulled my arm Hood tut whispered J BreVL The idoj flashed uDonJbe in distasteful light To be sure J said I had forgotten We hurried out of the knot of strugglers The car ri age nnd Hood were gone This discover brought my wauddr lug stases together We had been duped again an that by a sheet ned dent of Which Hood hud cunningly preipUgomery inhlIll1 me apologetically t malt he had trjeu to keep his eye on the carriage but tllat my suminons had inquiredottlrorlyvita of little avail One or two had seen thet carriage drive off uid these ull n greed It hud taken the tttiilt0t4o castle rrho futility of these inquiries twos downed on tie It was not so that Eloojl should be tiken quid I went back to Jones with mj news It you want he real murderer I declared you w il findIltlUOll the top jofa cavrhigo dl t Igg somewhere be tjvoen hiTe und Abcijavoii The sergeant st UCyut mo Hood sold tJones smiled What evidence halve sir he asked pulling out his note Look r I stammered at d hesitated 1hHes a scoundrel said J i Jones looked ex reillelyt passionate but seemed prepn cd to1 copy down my sentiments All cf a suVldru I sties the situation 1p Its idiculouf flight but though it stopped my toiigi e not- Iisposeme tj lau jnter If you have a jy evidei ce to offer against Mr Hood sir I sin be pleas ed to take It dowi suidJqncs and at the save moment ho elevated hls eye vs in avforuu stnile at sonic one lid me I star cd around and there was Hood immobile and ch 1Isalways f I newersaid n t oril I sham be pie iscd to answer any qti estibusir sluman d Hood I cursed him in my onrt for an sponnilrol and tiirnod on ni- theellt did not please me to suffol so black nil ecllinc Montgomery followed meekly at iy heels I would have knocked the liens down if you hall given till word he said ills lealty won my heart Montr goinery said I if theres any good soul in this World which I have begun todoubt its you And now the levi of it is that we avo Williams in ou- rr I HCYER tvim If J I started around and there was Hood gizzard and the clearer It appears the blacker it looks After which 1 think we spoke no more till we reached the castle Sheppard took our news gravely and seemed to turn things over in his mind This is bad Ned very bad he said at length The place wjll be t6o hot to hold us- They 1 dont identify us with the murder said Montgomery No replied S epliurd deliberately but it pulls the polico web closer qver us Were marked men In a way We shall have a difficulty This business getting too complex The fact isIW I 1Vently I up Sheppard I si idhand you Mon gomery I think th s tiling hn gone ft enough To tell you the truth I mat had enough of it for sonic Lime past That man in the moat sickened me Look at it in this vvay We have actuated by a ircre greed of got Tliere no denying that I will confess that T undertook it lightly I laud no notion that we were to be called upon to enter a bloody warfare What has Williams lone He stood no chance with us ho was rot to share hi bur throw of the dice plain murder and an ugly sound it has Can you tell me why he toile his death can That map I hacked through the wood last night Ijic got wind of me What his mission eras I have no7 guess but Williams wasl taken for aij emls tulcIfYhnt1mblow I wont hazard But mini you he was knifed to death hacked ln the quick fiesh till the lie oozed outfit the bloody gaps Tliats black that s bloodyand thats Aood enough or bad enough for me I spoke with heiit even with pas hldbetime Sheppard said nothing for r space but leaned forward and careful Jy knocked the ash from his cigar What you say W very true Ned be said iquietly at list and you have put it very bluntly and I dont say that you have not something on your side You have emotion at any rate and we shall till be agreed that good honest emotion is o be reckoned n force as much as ikason But to my toomuchWhat nreclselir tia Cwe done Wo Lave defended against a pucJoC ruf tiaras what certainly is not their prop erty and what so tar as Jtrls any ones is ours or rather yours AVe gbutI will confess 10 you both that I imi of a squejuuisht temper myself not l thatt first siinrla fairly wrought upon njsliloredtheres io denying its gravity It bus the menace of = a fact But whoa do uo intervene 1 tllttuu s meets a Kite dwtiued for of up We take our cuaiicoH but outvidende j designs otbervisek W deau t Y1tnriil3al twtreg1ct I miterstood him for It uiai of spirit am pluck Rest his soulut by whom wus lie killed By tiese very cii throats against whom we are conspiring TherefS auotUei reason and if you like a more Detent reason vhy w dbodydoestreasure and especially if we aim tt two ends Just ice will be m asureti out by our purult You will think speak harshly t ut I am talking Sense That is lieu it appears to me You are wrong I said It is not emotionally that I spMkOn the contrary T am fit lded by reason and take leave to say it yours that Is Ui sentiment We have shed blood that is bud We have been time cause or oloodshed and tiiaTIn a way is worse at least It seems so to me I am no taking upon me the obligations Or that murder The plain truth is that had we not bren Involved fn this feud tb man would have been alive this defy If we go on it wIlT be with lnereasit ferocity We shall set passions Ju mo ion like a machine the force of which Is irresistible the cud of which is his aster I ask you to consider that Sheppard turned softly to Moutgoui cry What do you sajuhe asked I agree with what Greatorex says he answered sturdily Let us go on and finish the brutes Theyve done for Williams poor chap Its time we did for them Sheppard burst into gentle laughter and I too could not forbear smiling at the boys confusion of mind Sl1elpllrdI hIr e sighed wejnust needs be governed by the majority In these democratic times fl take your hint I said quietly But I am entitled to ask if you hurt duly considered I have Ned Said he gravely And you Montgomery Inm anxious to go and ready to face the results replied the lad So be It said I and thereafter nev er reverted to the subject Havlngonce made up my mind that we must go forward I threw myself into the busi ness with alacrity Sercombe wa gone indeed we learned that day thu the police were searching for him The treasure also had disappeared and only Hood remained silent docile civil nndns I knew Implacable He ba deceived Jones so deeply tjiat the poo fool imagined the Innkeeper was bit ally and I dar not enlighten him fo our private reasons Moreover I do not think that he would have paid many attention He thought he kne men and as lie had picked out Ser combe for suspicion and even now a I understood held a warrant for hl arrest he had in the same obstinate blindness marked Hood for confidence Nay mOre it turned out that the ex valet must have poisoned his mind against our party What passed be tween them I have no means of guess ing nor what was the nature of the suspicion be attached to but I begun to see at once that we were lying under a loud The news came tome in a most unpleasant form with a visit flIr ruvilf Il the squire nf the iiplfrh boyhood ithe Justice whom we hud aiready seen questionis us upon Wllllajus woveneuls but his iucrimluadt us er s iii his mild and pomppuS yiiy MIssever clrclfutg t couviryslietruth but all suspect I should wrong not to Inform you that jou eventdnarrative you have sworn to This house Is the center of disturbance ForT generations the Gwent has been as peaceable as a garden and ofi a sudden this breaks out not once or twice but through a continuous chItin of mys erica I hops I do you wrong but can conceive no answer to the problem 1save In the house itself 1iliy dear siravid I forcing ii note Of sarcasm fqr 1 liked the old m very well 1 can assure you you woul do well to trust to your detectives of whom you say you are no out I am obliged for yourkiudly olllces which belie veaire well meant but as I have legal mind you will excuse me if I ut not follow you in your attempt to con found the criminal with his victim Time castle is attacked by some scout drel4 apparently theV castle Is to blue e My man is murdered Iu the for Upcdoubts nsIto your qualifications YQur office The old gentleman bad skill in lQt tort and my sharp rejoinder char as it was with logic confounded But though he made no defense withdrew nothing of his statement and departed with much ceremony Sheppard pulled a mock fore We Joojc like ending in an execution dock Nell he sold i begin to follow your arguments 1mvIlU my nbasenioi t They hero n thing ngaiiiHt iib Mid I cant control Uio toiigue of gosjip or As we lace cow to a conclusion lot us ctto work lists sound advlco echoec Mont gomery cordially Lot us get in Sur comboK trail WQ must bout time Gv said Sheppard coullicttllymus lg I cried lu despair 11lyiier What do yousny to U piirtj of exploration utter wo have frun itrongInl mer expedition I rowuriset dry Oil shut upI fullyIeAtretve gulag On or notT Yes you xrctt right Iai slue ed toI WetCHAPTER XIX YOU CAS113 as 1 bar cxphiined more tied aimed was pbrchid up JB on the hoights that row the iveiitIthee in to ethVr vtiley s Jhat huh toward a district of miur 5 and t u nures Sercombe and Hbol inight tamany miles The chance of happening cttr ngclew From our eyrie on the sail lie of thee iiili we looked out across the east ollthntrongr tn Sercombos Greek s inigl t be itt tits moment stowed a wait ug for a safe conduct across t obillsBeat the Gwent had beim Shep pords phrase and that was yiry much what Our expedition must onije We descended the wooded slopes upo the northern ftice of the gorge dropping from the Few adparts lint an open truck running tb length of the spur into tlyj pnht ssedIIlUdsparsely settled and the only tenants s of these regions were a few wool cut ugl1loutrand desolation that we plunged In th- early hours of the night Darkness hung about us convoying our telJS with blacker shadows from theCopses At first progress wits leisurely the walking through a plantation Of pine fairly easy We had designed to strlk a road that run over the spur sOuth heptcarriage had passed that way These trucks are unfrequented he explained not a pair of wheels Sercombrway n letrwas night bueuswa so wedirected our steps camstLeswith Hj whizzing and whirring of wing- e covey sailed out of the deep 4 b rheadsen bo ont 4 We didnt startle those said Dion gomeryJHow do you know tasked thou h tire matter settee indifferent Oh 1 know pi easantsl said lion gomery emphatically They veil seated down in tie bottom thereH You mean I began ii tlIaeboyThe notion put new blood Into ualNo noise this time sold Ihiwnrn and no discovery Let us go 1nbeadslowly I SsibIC to proceed thugW t bracken without some sound the fern lay so thick about our lets But we1 moved with the utmost caution pbtcthe bdoges urea which were Just vistblc In the feint starlight DrawJu dos iu tJl10ntl1elllurglnsuspicions brooded Sheppard crawled stet Ilhily forward rand rafter a ilimo we allowed him He caught my liirm groundf be v his pered Were on n side truck So much the better I answer In the sonic Voice We shall make less walkingld resumed our way rith the snilie microscopic caution and u ust onIt pausetmmurmured in my ear I shook my head Y1nlotnor gomery We were like a church sour for solemnity and crept rather tluu valked us we stalked closer upon ppr outgomeJ1ywl1 huuhed e and crawled on all fours toward hlm What is it I asked Theres some one behind that treel he whispered pointing to a huge oak tThcd then just as I begau to find niy ppsi tlon IntolerabjiG iud Araa thinking clmnghig my foot a twig cracked iii the forest and there cunie niioisuns of foTofeetl among the dry loaves tIt was lama that if we hud been seen concealment was of no further use arid if we had not that the spy could not now discover us through the u udur thl So we resuiiled our path lwr speedily and rough up with hstato1011 our slibirlders MUd drawing our heulgcath r lood us D live lie cried In a whls rper atonceYes he c imi from bohlI1d mo and crossed just In front I mind barely time to fftll mind the light Just took him in the eyes Wexe sate now Our hearts were full of triumph rind w jnlslMMl oi with no more talk It Wai possible that he had not seen us bit I doubted that If he had he would throw his party forward tt Itl greater speed Wo were now how ever upon his traCk and we were sat isfiedaud each main loosened his pis and girt himself for the eventual encounter That Hood would show fight Iliad no douUt and It was more eudeacQtor for treachery We wound along the trade for the bettor part of an hour now getting news of the enemy and gain leaving space for them to get away when our neighborhood seemed In peril Of discovery We hn l agreed partyeIt Hood had not seen us and I was now isposetl to believe that he had not that goal would even tuaily be the hiding place of the tress ourdupon our rose to a high pitch uBy this time we hail lost count ut direction in the Innumerable wind Ing of the path bait apparently we weie now mounting t hill and I Judg cd hat it lay somewhere to the south sootheuWere proceeding Vith our customary diligence mid precautions when a noise of feet s the earth assailed us and mecliftdmy re themythe trees which in those parts vere sparse fell upon the free of Jones Jones I said in a voice In whit dismay fury and disappointment Ts d his land You Mr Greatorex he asked sharply low do you come here Godknows I replied angrily And what are you dpiugV I stopped sud denly for the next face that came my lIne of vision was tie black i passive face of Hood May I ask sir what brings you o tonight on this expedition nsk pockeet tI was silent but Sheppard broke have no objection Mr Jones t w111tbe us were ing for Captain Sercombe noteeun met doings the seer Sheppard with polite gesture of his hand was fini respondted Jones sourly Ah Mr Hoods ideas are very valu Piaty re nIthink Mr Sergeant I interrupt e myseltthnt goJjomJones hesitated I think he had h enough of It Wherever Sercombe Jit was certain to me that he was t e far from the place Into which Hood had decoyed the police I give you he same advice sir rc plied Jones and with your perilI will accompany you hIwish for no better escort than zealbus an officer I answered With some bitterness Jones spoke a word with Ho01 that dove wo retraced ate through the mores in a mutual and 1m bittered silence I think there was little cpnveraat between us on our Journey back Ti sergeant used us very curtly as if he would liupfy that tie were defendants upon our trial But out thing he did nay and that as Shepphrd remarked tifterward without giving us the cus tomary warning v M should like to ask you Mr Great orex ho said fwhat ybu want with Captain Sercouibp I want It good deal I answered heIsvery obstinate and blind eyed officer I dont think JJe needs that warning nndsomewhat putyIn oes me 20 hAbsnld the sergeant in a tone t0cebe by anything that Sercombe owtvtAnd now I ss id in my turn mehowMr Hood heal you he answered civilly enough thli time It was gqod of Mr Hppd very slurp of Mr IIOol I returned u and I take leave to the nk Mr Rood and wish that he had discovered us a Litt sooner Maybe yt u and I would have been spared n useltjs tramp soAun ly that night It was thjj labors ot theex2Cr t 1nlndocsatisfaction oughly out of tune with oursel res anti r the next two days o rl tempers cniiie near to snapping Even Mont gomery looked sour and mortise but to give him his due he was tail the more set on pursuing the adventure to an end audit wits in this manner that we spent the last dray before the cut trngIChistOlrThe first event in that continuous chain Jluit drew us henceforward forthright to the dreadful clcse loll that evening and when we wre the Idttst expecting so odd n turn to the ulhuntingSeicomberud sometJn1Cnfterominous day that I spied him from the windows of my library crossing the drawbridge and passing under the Steepparwstmupon conical in Dlonfgome with- tlle ftjdings that n police offlcejr was Ih woJUiis tix the g itesv Continued on eJgh thiCo I Shoe Repairing k I am located in the wholesale harness andahtpreparedrepairing at the most reasonable prices ADOLPH ZAHNZINfiER I i7 The deaf and dum shoemakerd 10 0 0 00 eO 000 0000 THE FIRST i National Bank OFrnSPRINGFIELD = KENTUCKY w oww I i CAPITAL 59000 xfSurplus and Undftridei 17 l Profits 25006 IaOFFICERS oi B L Lltsey President John Lewis ViceProsldent nA C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Ass tCsblor aR B Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS tB L Laser J W Lewis Green F M CampoollnJL II Edelen H 3i atgrant every favor consistent ffI with safe If have inot alreadyan account With 5 we invite ybur patronage I 10000000000010a edC iLTumey LoeRltiipJr ILEYo LIVERY FEED AND SALE STALE Springfield Ky i Mend YOUtIEED1T oSALVE ryCURES itr DrJof the very few salves which absolutely wocsoderful curative properties Dr Thoms now has on file in his office 1426 test wholavePsyear This ian rtewsalve having boon theoeesale of 2646 boxes J For Saje By All Druggists v DRJ W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky Ll JOHNYjMAYESl IIFuneral Director And EmbalmermeSPRINGFIELD NTUcn Bed Attention leEvery courtsey showit t Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Ro Telephone Day 19 Night 74 v 8 1 fTUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 21 1906 WILLISBURG P c Sftewmakcr and sister Mrs Mary Hughes were called to Tablow a Ky to attend the funeral of their sis ter who died instantly of heart fail urea 1tLittle E Carl Pinkston hits returned home after a weeks stay with his grandmother Mrs M A Shirley at this place Mrs W S Gibbs and son Leo vis ited in Anderson county last week Miss Glatie Scott spent Sunday with Miss Viola Vice Horace Grider ad wife spent lastI Saturday with the formers father John Grider ofthis place W B Shirley and wife spent Sun 8ay with the latters parents at Polin Mrs L WJ nk1lsand T J Miller were in LouisvTlte last week on business II W S Gibbs was in Bardstown one day list week on business Mrs Mary Mcllvoy visited her son Dan at Sweet etreat last Sunday Mrs William Scott spent Sunday with Mrs John F Reynolds here Miss Mayme Merritt visited friends Sharpsville ohe lay rant week Charlie Mcllvoy and wife visitedat the home of William Sutton Sunday John F Reynolds was fn Lawrence burg Monday on business Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shir ley visited Mrs H H Tatham last Sunday Irl Cheatham land sister Miss Nora visited their aunt Mrs Frank Ash Sunday A good many people from this place attended the funeral of HB Powel at Mackville j 0Misses Artie and Olise Sutton Nora Cheatham and Hester Noel visited Miss Mayme Merritt Wednesday of last week 6 Mrs Will Sims visited Mrs L W Jenkins last Saturday Joe Thompson of Mackville was in our midst Sunday afternoon Oscar Shirley attended Sunday school here Sunday John Jenkins came near losing his life last Saturday evening while cut ting down trees on a hillside The trunk of one of then rolled over him and lodged pinning Mr Jepkins to the earth Had it nofbeen for the timely arrival of Mr Will Sims who hur riedly extricated Mr Jenkins the lat ter would unquestionably have met hism death A flock of Wild geese passed over town last Sunday going north That Js one of the manyjsigns that winter Iiisbyer pieSunjnows brighter each issue MT ZION Mr Everett Parish is seriusly ill with tumor of the stonach Dr Mc Chord of LebanQn and Drs Beard and B of Chaplin held a consultatipn 4 edf1dhome Sunday morning and it is an operation will be necessary Mr Bailey Pinkston was in Bloom field on business ohO day last week Mr H B Bonta spent last Saturday with Mr George Russell and family of Ashes Creek Miss Carry Russell and Master Paul Vanfleet have returned from VanArs aale where they visited her brother John Russell Mr Evan Keeling and Miss Keeling of Tatham Springs attened church here Sunday Rev W S Maxiwell filled his regul r appointment here Sunday delivering two fine sermons Not a great many were present Sunday night and we 4 iTQMAGH ACHE You have more or less trouble with t your stomach your n L bowels and your livere- verybody i does And when these delicate and ii easilydisordered U ft gans do get outoforder they are the worst things 0theworid to you Jf you tool the ght kind of care of them you wouldnt ffer but you dont The only way you can correct wie tnm e you ilo hpve and prevent theo parts yin getting out of order is to use JDr CaldwellsLaxatlvf Syrup Pepsin isgoocforcertain plant drugs by DR CALD WELLS formula its natural value is highly increased DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PBPSIM is the best thing in the World for cor stomachrDR CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists and your money will be refunded if it fails tibenefit you Your postal card request will Vdaz by retan nail our new DR CALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample ta WoadtJhIlHiedr GJ PEPSIN SYRUP CO M UII IIUsls Sid by The Rill CroSs Drue Stori feel tl at those absent frpm church are ertain y the losers in su Jh occasions Clift n Taylor who is attending school in Bardstown slent Saturday fathjerMiss urned home laTh irsday after an jextended visit o her uncle Rev Williams of Beards J1tMrs S H Bi sister Miss Nora I5onta of field visited their pa rents here Sunday and Monday tlenvy nundater Type The fiudsomo grade stallion whose portral la here reproduced from Amer Inn Agriculturist Is a typical rejre sentative of the class of horses now In great demand on farins of the mid lie we tJ These horses are heavy enough for all general draft purposes and at tlie sametime are of sucji build V MOllQAN BRED STALLION and conformajtlon1 that they are fairly speedy under light harness This beautiful rn stallion Is of the best Mor gan breeding and one of the liiost rep reseutatlve animals In La countyC1 Ind of tills particular class t Futte ilnff Cattle In Winter In bUyli ig cattle for feeding during tbe winter I would recommend the feeder to tbe best stock land to kep Urnly by generous feeding feeder In Farm Progress My practice Is to give thciii feed of gral the first thing In the morning uud follow this by giving straw or stalka After this I feed grain then turn them Into the yards and clean and bed the stable If it Is very cold or tormy I turn them In again right away but If the weather Is favorab I allow thOrn to run about for awblh About 3 oclock I feed again then hay and tl e last thing at Inlght a rzt1o of meal I find that corn Is thd cheapest food for fattening cattle In winter How to llectlfr a Too Snty Dliili In the cnse of accltfentally getting anything too salty It Is possible to remedy th mlst1keby adding a tablft spoonful ol vinegar and a teaspoonful 3f sugar or this reason the quickest and best way to freshen salt fish Is to I2kthem In sour milk A Jilt UIs Miss Richly on athletic girl I slioufdl say sot She threw over one of the Heavyweights of the football team Bxdhahge No but tact makbs the world go roundL1 Beatrice Harraacn Public Sale FRIDAY FEBRUARY 23 1906 One mile from Mackville on Texas pike Sale begins at 10 A M As I have rented my farm for the coming year I will sell my Stock and qfOnewell broke t a drive in foal by horse o le 4yearc Id combined horse one 3 3yearoldlilyfilly Walter roke one 10yearold work 4ryearoldharness sir dby Red Bird first dam NutteWooc two firstclass mule Jacks 7yearsold one yearling Jack colt a goodone one Yearling Pole Angus bull one thorou hbred Pole Angus cow freshmilke ten Yearling steers two yearling he fers two good steer calves eight 2yea old steers twenty head 70 poundshoa two good sows due to pig in Mare i Als lOO bushels of Rye some Oats Ii bundles Corn and Fodder WM W HATCHETT S M CAMPBELL Auc ioner ri Springfield Market Bacon Jlnmf IBo Bides Bcoswftx Sic perpounll Butter t 20c per pount ChlckonHlTc o Spring Dried apples iwr pound Ducks 8c po pound Corn Meal c to 60c per bi shol Eggs per Orert Feathera45cior pound FlourSJGOtb Qhiseng per pound Ornln Whea alo corn Oats HldewOreenfti4cto lOHo Lard lOc per pound j L1me to Sloo per barrel MIJI producta Bran 8fi Bhlpatuff 1196 per pounds 7 Potatoes Cou trysociOnions 100 Salt fl45 and J185 per barr h Turkeys 11 r pound Tallow leper pound Vinegar 25c t4 4oc jvar gallon Wool Burry a id greasy 14jd clear of grease 20c tub ashed 28c Country SorghjimlSc to 60o GeesWcapoce I8 IThe I l AdventurersBy I I MARRIOTT WATSON G 1898 by Harper B then ICoyht i a What the deuce does he wantM growled Ill let them know better than to trespass on my grounds I thought I know the tae said Sheppard Lets settle him It means that were wa tchcc1I We hurried out but the picket was gone Perhaps he bad his orders or it iUlghF be that lie hud already exceeded theiiii x Six oclock as I say had struck and it must have been twenty uiniutcs later when Sorcouibu came up the drive I ran tloAvn the stairway to moot him with the ono thought in my bead that bo had escaped the pdlice by a few minutes I wanted to wirn him of his dttng r I have never to this day be liovctl that Sorcombe had any hand in Williams death nor that bo was privy thatilCltheabout the assassination and that they were equally startled l tfitU Ourselves mid perhaps quite as much put about The preoks alone were responsible Asthe mlldteYnenr int saw for the flrsFtlmo tiio change upon bis face The color which was always high had fallen sickly and presented either a ghastly green or pallid redness to the eye Ills great mustache was ragged and blew in wisps about his mouth His clothes which lie WItS wont to wear In excellent style and condition were dusty torn and soiled He bad to my astonished eye the air of a drunken lunatic and his stuttered oaths and his uncertain gait deepened the Impression on me lie came up to the door and put out a hand as if grop- Ing for the ball but though I stood by he did not seem to notice me Sercqmbb I called In amazement He passed his band across his eyes Ills that youj Mr Grcatprex Excuse me sir I sou badly My eyes Get me in f r Gads sake be concluded almost iii a blue I took his rm and assisted him Into the nearest r om when be sank Into aI chair brentbllgbis exhaustion Ill tail you what Mr Greatorex he said presently staring about him youre a good sort If thats news But what price would you put upon Hood now I f The man was plainly beyond himself with fatigue or pain or both and so I produced a glass and some brandy from the cupboard and poured out a dose I seemed to see at a bound the color Jump Into his distempered face It swung back into bis cheek and bis bloodshot eyes beamed on ute I feel better for that he said gen Idlly and I could do with some food too You shall have some directly I answered It is preparing now But see here Captain ercombe I must warn you that you are In danger Danger he echoed and appeared to start In his chair I could see that the mans nerve was altogether broken Yes the police have a warrant out for you Something to dq with Wil hams I believe Sercombes bead dropped jon his knee I see it now he mUttered That was bis game He looked up at mo and curled his mustache with bin fingers Well I fancy Mr Greatorex that Ive come from greater danger than that 1 cant quite omit the police Oh no And he laughed a little They are outside keeping guard up on the castle I explained and I moved to the window and looked out I cannot think how you escaped them What Are you too In disgrace laughed Ser ombe In bis old fashion then more ulet1yul toil you Im not afraid of the police What have I done I defy them to pill a suspicion rt lie sank into a chair breathing his ex ha nation on me I know to whom I owe this and make no bones about it I dont forget comlngperhnpsIUI should be wiser Captain Ser combej If I knew where this led said I lIe pondered eying meIISlr I will tellymi presently If I may have that food you spoke of I think I shall be In a youAtunded In the ball repliedYeyou will give us the pleasure of your company You may easily Imagine the amaze ment with which my two companions received this strange visitant He was certainly dm 1atstoron we hilT es- P d to be entertaining in an amica Ida fashion But ne tHor interfered wIth any questions jtontgomery out of dogged loyalty to iuLysef pard lout of a reasoning Intelligence Serr looked out n life with his own byes once more bityetbe show ed certain signs of disc jinposure more particularlj In the w iy in which he hurrUMl through his foctJ Im mighty empty lie explained yenttudthat subject at the tithe Presently jlioAvevpr bo put down bis knife avid fork and broke out unexpectedly Mr Greatorex in trie Swim sometime ago you made me k proposal I did Fald I jX little later I approached you with a counter proposal Hant wo make tim basis of an agreeinuiit still I think that is quite practicable I answered We might make a basis but the qujestlon Is Should we keep to itSorcombo studied hte glas I un derstand you lie saklJ i ftiUou- But I admit to you that tTiiiigs aiu bliangod since then changed I will impress upon you with you as well an with me r I bowed The others Sat silent wait lug with interest what might be fortli couilng f Once before we tabbed our cards Mr Greatorex said fecrcombe I tlillik it would be wise llfwe were to do go again 1 understand you 940Itl all the- trunips said I Ab said be thats the rub I doiit sa3flO But what I wish to put tjo you is tills What is It worth to you if I can lay your bands pn that treas ure I think this was the problem I was rodmunCuptaln 4it was said lie Aim then I put a price on iuyse1fwhiicli was share and share with our pnrty I cQnsldered his statement Sbep Hjirds eyes telegraphed at me ricross the table What in the world bad brought us to this pass It was not Sercombes tardy repentance nor wtis it a heroic act of generosity offered out of friendliness No the split I had anticipated bad come about tlie thieves had fallen out Anti I now begun to put It point on Sercombes condition and Sercombes visit If this were so and the partuurs had quarreled I felt that we stood to gain a great dealt remember you asked rt high price 1i fjaid You rtted youij conversion let us say very highly did lio said easIIy aud I do now I ask you is your case any bet ter Indeed I think it Is a good deal Worse am you know wqlli enough that if no terms with me 3ou will notccugohl piece of that hoard this side of judgment day Inrn being frank with you Mlmnk you for your frankness I answered and I am equally open with you when I remind jyou that if yqu make no terms with uspou have as little chance of that same hjoard as our selves Very well sir he said cheerily 144iien Isnt Itobvioug to rim that wo should find compromisej I agree Isnlduml upon these terms only that you stand in to take your pnrtn quarter and no more He out lila hand as If he were- presentIng 111istol 4 Done he said and there was a note of satisfaction iii his voice AntI gentlemen if I needed witnesses here are you three The note of eagerness In ills usually equable tones Surprised and I know all of us ycre agog with excite meat to learn the meaning jof this cu noun piece of treachery But as there could be no ou t now as toour right to enlightenment since we were all committed ton common cause 1 put the question bluntly And here I set down the story that Selcombe had to tell as nearly as may be in the words In which jhe told us that evening as we sat round the tn ble t CHAPTER XX4 will reniember said Ser YoU that the llagt time I w you was when we rode too the Woodman with that cart before us You know well enough what wiisjtuerq Well r didnt even Inquire if you had looked But I guess I know a smart man when I see him mind Mr Greatorex I took off my lint to you tm that same occasion the more particularly as you served me to a nicety I was near done on that eventas close a shave It was as I have ever seen I thought I had my eyes sharply set In my head and I think 1 have but Mr Hbpd needs four eyes on him and one in the mid dIe besides He bad me In the half light and I found he meiintto bolt for it We got those trinkets Qut by the passage and a nasty Job It w Well Hood nearly got away that time and if Ije had we mlgjxtJiave whistled for him long enough It Isnt as If J didnt know the man He was himthroughIn the Italian trouble That how he ltlHe routed out a page of the aid gentle mans diary o 0 0 a n 0 t 0eO 0 0 HA YDONI r e I BURTON U e e UNDERTAKERS pRIIGFIELD KENTUCKY i very boat attention will be uI n e Ojr and every courtesy o shown e S 0 0 JeqOtloeapoeoeoeo i Meats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chops Vial RoastIIVial Chops Vtal Cull IUS Pickled Pig Feet Pickled Bologna HamBreakfast Ba onIMince Meat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market Announcements Illinois Central R 11 The Illinois Central maritains Double Daily Service and operates the best trains with Dining Cars Chair Cars and S Cars from Chicago St Loiusj Cincinnati and Lou fvill south to New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South including New Vicksburg Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Orleans Feb 17 06 Gulfport is Mexcian Gulf Coast resort having the new fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship sailings from New Orleans for Mexico Central America Panama West Indies and Europe Sndor call 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 ocean liner twinscrew nineteenknot l S S PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at 400 p m and arriving at Havana at sunrise Friday morning Extremely to vone way and round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Lou isiana Arkansas Indian Teritory Oklahoma and Texsis on the first and third Tuesday of each month FloridaDailySleepirg to FULL PAUTicVLAiis concerning all the above can be had by F W HARLOW D PA Louisville Ky EIITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF THE GENUINE ONLY Ballard Snow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS IVIO For saW by CJ Hajdom Springfield got the notion or using me Weve been In some tight corners before but I never saw him at his worst till now creationByHood is that of a month old childs I know him and T wish to know no mOre of his kidney Well no use to dwell on tbat Youll bee I had reason Ose thing captain I Interposed How did Hoot know of this treas urer Continued next week Thereare safeTblowers in Bell county but somehow the officers cant lard themI itmmissionerjS SaI Washington Circuit ddiirlir I H Thurman Executor of itfatftir ndfordEquity By virtueqf a judgmen and OTdej ui1Co1905 in thejibove styled cause I will SpriafieldMonday February 2b 1 906 hiingand best bidder at public iutcry upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the follow ceztnihtractscounty Ky and bounded a follows Tract No1 Beginning at a stont corner to Mike Murphy nd R P Blandford thence S 77 EJ 85 poles io antiFpoles to a stone on the S itiedge of turnpikebenceN thrzOikeout N 2 W 59 poles to a stone hear e poleto15 nV 522 polesto a stonelin theedg- of the pjke thence vithho pike 77 J E 12J Doles to a atone on thc North side of said pike thence the width of the pike left out S 16 W 74r poles to the beginning co taining 63t acres t arid 24 square ess i of ar eyardTract of Qartfrghts Creek and bounded on the S by the old Elizabethtov m road on MartjpSpaldingBlandford and Frank Uowl Ig on the E by the land of Thomas Welsh and containing 125 or 130 a res Total amount of debt and inter stand cost for which tract 1 isio be sold 182739 total amount of de it interest and cost for which tract N 2 is to be sold 123194 The purchaser rpurchas ers will be required to ex cute bonds legalinterstfect of a judgment with ale retain edonthe land for which th6 bondq are executed M G Lea hmani v 1LC VCC SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under Vthis head nil vrthof aro sub chargedvcriisementsfarm products etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not inclu ed but inserted in another department of t ip papor at very low rates T K Smith Springfield has for sale a good work horsei firstclss driver Also a good buggy A C Kimball Springfieljdl has for sale White Plymouth Rock Black Manoacas and Single Comb Brown Laghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 M H Jones Sjoringfield has for sale alot of White ey icco seed J W Tucker Springfield has for sale 600 loucus post filbert Carpenter Spring field has fo some good work hors esJ R A Wheatley Route has for sale an extra good sixyear old mare Works everywhere fine driver In foalMrs Sherman Martin has for sale Rhode Island Reds and Plymo ith Rock hens and roosters S MI has for qalbyJackJ R Conner Fredericktow has tor sale two good mares One lj hands in foal by Jack The other is 4years1 old 16 hands high good wo ker and driverI t L M Gregory Springfield Ky R F D No 3 has for sale 6 nice poland china boars and 6 nice gilts ne brood mare in foal to B B Leachm ms fine Jack Mrs BiL Litsey R F D No8 has for sale S C Brown Leg orns and Buff Orpington Cockerals Mrs G L Grundy Springfi eld Ky has for sale thorougher brel Brown Tjeghorn cocks at 50 cents cad ii taken at once READ ThiS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis No Dear agentforneighborhood Your Texas V onder- h saved the life of one ma i horn two doctors had given up ta di and there is none of your mediam sold neater than fifteen miles of this lace sq I would be pleased to near f yQu cdncerning the agency as soon s ossi ED DRAF al Symsonial Ky 0J small bottle of the Tex s Won der Halls Great Discovery cur s all kidney and bladder troubles rer oven gravel cures diabetes semin tl missions weak and lame backs m tism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in t hilftren If not sold by your druggist it wfll be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months tr aunent reDr0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Sfend for otestimonial Sid by all drug Hodgenville is to have a 2 i ibiet in memoryof Abraham Lincoln Glasgow has an epidemic of su ape and a man seventy years old ie tedCynthiana istassured fair i son The matter it is said h taken up in earnest