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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ie Imbe rinftcJLi tut COUNTYt J it r II YOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY I WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 I UMIERI3 I ConI gressman the fourth District Farm and the IThe as Seer By E R But few farmqrs realize the blessing in good farms it matters not whether the farm is secured by gift or by pur chase The earth the farm land for a a home for man was the second thing in the creation After this man was placed upon it and became a tiller of thesoil the farm as a reward for his toil he was to eat of the fruit which the farm produced It has brought t forth everything pleasing to the taste and does so still With all the cares 4 and toils of the farmer many of these fruits Whose Seed is in itself upon the earth come to greet him without cultivation or care Many of these fruits have become necessary articles and are enjoyed in every home The Words tilter of the s ifthe far- meris one whp cultivates prepares the land for seed and keeps it in a state favorable for the growth of crops There is much meaning in this last sen tencedefinition of farmer and upon its understanding rests the farmers success Every farmer can plow but every farmer does not cultivate Too many farmers expect the farm to keep them instead of the farm being kept by them If the farm isnotkepi it will soon go for the payment of bad bills become impoverishedor washedaway To cultivatgthe farm means to devote time to to fertilize to improve by labor with a view to valuable returns from it in crops To improve by labor is to make good use of all fertilizing material on the farm and let nothing go to Waste On fields intended rfor corn heavy crops of weeds are allowed to mature when they should have been turned under for fertilizer Knowing when to plow a field for wheat Js as r important sometimes as to know which field to plow for corn A farmer can not always follow rotation in crops nor should he attempt to raise a bountiful crop one year at the sacrifice of crops anti lands the next He should never play the rogues gametake allaway and put nothing back This is bank ruptcy The farmer must lookahead and keep the farm in condition favor able to the growth of crops in coming years He must not only know how to cultivate but when Almost as much depends upon the when as the how When everything is done at the right time the farmer is pushing his and this should always be done Whe the work is pushing the farmer something is sure to go omethin g will be neglectejl The seedjwill be put in the glVUItu before Kitwuu iT prepared or our kind of farmwork will be overlooked for another Of leis impor tanceiNothing aids tke farmer more tha good planqmgsystem Now is the time to make all arrange ments for the yearif not already done Lay plans and work to thembegin timeno n neglect of work at the proper time should be made up over work at the1 expense of the farmer or his town Grub out briers end bushes and let hilJ s of corn grow instead Make use of al- waste landplantor sow it in some thing don tlet weeds grow Land in grass pays taxes looks well and sieve r grows poor Good seed of all kinds is an important item with the farmer it requires care in selecting and testing p which shou d always be done Poor seed causes isappointment loss of time in replantinj and extra work for the team Goo farming and goodstock well kept o hand in hand with the farmer They are pleasure to the owner and the hired haidj and they are an encouragement to he nighbrvho may be a close seco d in both The farm rs home and farm will be what the fa mer mjlkes them E R CIR ITf t OURT Grinding Away But Theres Very the to Grind Circuit Co irt convened Monday with Judge U it Ihurman on the bench Both the criminal and civil dockets are light and there are few cases of in terest to be tried at this term Judge Tht rmans instructions to the grand jury vere as usual very strong He covered he ground thoroughly go ing into ev ry detail thus equipping the jury for work in a manner which ought toe sable them to unearth sdme d by the law break ers Attorney Durham is State thingSrbUri JURY the interest of the J Charles Pope N R Ward J B Mitchell W H Mulligan Wayne Burns RLi Clements N C Campbell R L Arnold E A Smothers RM CJsbourne and P S Barber PETTY JURY EliasPerkinsL C Coriiisn W T Keeling T J Settles JL Medley Elias Steele F KIarney J R Durhari Lut er Kirsh Bruc Keene Dudley Tapp V W Riley W A Clements Thos K d well N F Yankey Recd Spauldirg E B Clark on J M Sale Edgar L n ton Elmer urkhead lshamn 0 Mrs Pap leer Ishim one of Mack villes most loVed ami highly raspected women die at the home of her sonin IlawII Peters at that place 11 oclock Monday night of cancer Mrs Isham w is about sixtyfive years nofage and tad spent her entire life at Markville Hjer husband who was one of the comity prominent men died a number of years ago The decease d was a mcml ei of the Christian church and was ar tty Christian character She was chr ri table and was ever ready to minister othe afflicted She was the mother f Messrs James Richard land ilcnry Isham rah of Markville I The Sun oguthuriwitli many friends extends condolence to the bereaved family Madisonville is to have a pressed brick plant j HIGHf SCHOOLNOTES Jotted Down In a Way that Makes Interesting Reading 1r Whoso muchnessWhososame shall not be blown at all1 Our school is one year older in age experience and advancement oare the scribes maybe since the last appearance of thiscolumn but our motto is still the same We have suffered the above mentioned horn to rust a a little from lack of Use in public but en soonly because it was be gingd over time in private We hope hereafter to prove to our readers that it has kept its yoice true to ourselves in the into im many lessons have been learned or missed many manyIones unto our number in that time but our school like the brook while boys and girls may come and go goes on forever inits bonefid ent work of improving arid enlighten = ing This is the pathos of progress the leaving behind of endeared and endearing scenes and associations to take up newer and higher ones j Een as a piece of driftwood Tossed on the watery mam Another piece encounters againSoOn Lifes unresting Sea severPartingBut we are struggling to a common end and a common destiny will make somedayOf course girls neVer indulge but experience nevertheless has taught some four young ladies theres many f1slip twixt the cup and the lip Ref the defeated contestant in the late Declamatory Frank Medley opines that there is no occasion for the principal to visit the downstairs rooms cause them below aint nobaddern them is above While we have naught taut praise for The Suns excellent article of recent date on our school it has occasioned no little jealousy among some of our august faculty to see their pictures so grouped as to invite a comparison Each onehrjgorously asseverates that the likeness is abominably unlike the original Of course it is the photographers fault although Mon ieur Cox assuredeach of them that JPhoto graphy is truth tempered ityiiiFridav afternoon the literary society held a s irited debate on the question Resolved that intemperance his caused more suffering among manhod than Novdecidedfirmative Those who upheld that side of question were Misses Mary ton and Eunice ONan and Messrs Her nard Smith Leo Simms and John S defendedbyMcClure and Messrs Minton Cregor Harry Schultz and Lyman Barber Among the yisitors who honored us with their presence were the Misses Stella SimmS Margery Wall and Hetty Rudd Jack McChord our honored exmember who has covered himself with so many laurels since he left us was present and delivered a speech ascribing whatever success he had at tained to the training he received in the literary society and the school 1 schoolbWednesday being in Louisville inaf tendance on his brother who underwent an opcrati nDuring his absence Mr John S McElroy taught his room The principal is making his annual tour of respection through the various gradbs COMMITTED QF STUDENTS CHOSEN TO INVESTIGATE Frof W E Williams resigned ds principal of Owertongraded school to become a banker Prof J K Shipp is his successor otnprNlnattd d Popular Couple Married rYGorewere married last Saturday afternoon The wedding took place at the resi dence of the brides father Judge John A Fulton and was a very quietaffair Rev W R Anderson pastor of the Presbyterian church here officiated coupleleftseveral days then they will go td Eliza bethtown whtre they will make their future home The bride is an attrac tive young lady well know and es teemed Mr Atkinson is Official Sten ographer of the Judicial district com ppsed of the counties of Hafdin Grays n Breckenrige arid Meade He is the only son of Mrj CT Atkinson a wellknown attornayof this place The young people have the best wishes of their many friends LOCAL I OPTIONl Bill a Compromised No Unit Law Yet rankfOltiK Feb 23After a heated debate during which the responsibility of defeating a measure more to the liking of the local Option advocates was placed at the door compromiselocal Democrats infthe Senate this evening The Republicans by agreement stood pat on the Cammack bill and engaged vigorously in the contest till the vpte for the substitutes bill came and then they refused to vote The bill as finally passed by a vote of twenty six to two provides that in all counties having cities from the first to and including the fifthclass the cities shall constitute one Unit and the coun tits outside the cities another In citiesof tie sixthcliiSF the towns and county vote as a coMbined unit Married Mr James M nigomeJof near Springfield and Miss Marw ODanlel of Marion county yere married at St1 Charles church neaf St Mapy8j 4 y Father Pike at 93ba m Tuesday The groom is one iof Washington countys prominent farmers and stock traders and is a popular man His bride is a daughter qf Mr Sim ODan ieland is a talented young woman The attendants were Alex Blandford of Louisville Benedict Clements of this place After the ceremony the bride and groom left for a bridal tour to Cincinnati and other points The Sun extends congratulations BowlesThompson LMr Skijyler Bowles and Miss Ida Thompson of Mackyille ware married at the home of the bride at 4 oclock this afternoon Both the bride and groom ate prominent in tliat section and have a host of friends who extend congratulations Letter list rtList of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Most Office for week ending February 28 1906 John Bobbitt Dick Hatchett Mrs A E Nally Miss Elma Miller John Simpson Mrs Ben Trigg Mrs Mar garet Spillman Nilard Spalding Tom Sweeney Miss Etta FVa sly Mrs Henry Swain Mr Frank G lYankey W A WATERS Postmaster Card of Thanks II +To those who ministered so kindly in the illness and death of my beloved son H B Powell and to all who have Helped in the many different ways to make u mother resi ned tQ the loss of a child I take this means of thanking you and assure you hat your kindn will be remembered by me as long as memory last MOTHER A Henderson firm invested several thousand dollars for ditching machine with which it is hoped to reclaim lowlands heretofore unfiit for anything Owen county farmers are beginning to talk railroad IIUnusually large amount of sickness is reported by Lagrange doctors n n t 3 jt T 1BARRETTT J J Mrs Barrett is ill of typhoid fever at the C Ivtn i tardinghous She and her husband recently arne here with the Edwards Stock Co arid while her VIrs m Barrett was stricken with fever A benefit will be given m at the Opera House FViduy night March 2 Theau m tifu Pastorial play in four actsentitle4T hrch m Across theTa wiilbe presented the cast yiO be dimre ted by Mr Barrett V w 1IfE tEeEEEEEEEEe EEEEEEE EEe rEicrrEEEEirE f EEFFEEfaFFf E Mr IsHam Appointed Sheriff Osbourn has appointed Mr Jas Isham as deputy sheriff for the Mackville section to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Mr Powell There were two applicants for the and1Mrdeputy sheriff Both men had been loyal friends of Mr Osbourn and he found it a very undesirable duty which was his to perform when it came to making a selection between the two Both gentlemen are popular in their section and each had many friends who urged their appointment BATTLE Dee Baker solda mare to George Isham for 110 Mr Nez Carey bought ofVA Roberts one mare for 150 Mr W A Roberts bought one of TaylorRoberts farms for 1300 Mrs James Derringer is quite ill with lagrip Mr James Carey caught a mink one day last week that measured thirty two inches He was paid three dollars for the hide Mr Dart Dugan has moved to his farm which he recently bought of Mr Ran Runels Agreat many of the farmers have sown their tobacco beds Mrs James Derringer has twenty seven little chickens Who can beat this so soon MrW L Lea and wife visited at Mr Nez Carey Sunday Mr Charlie Castion and wife visited at Mr Levie Casey at Rose Hill Saturday night and Sunday Mr G W Youngand wife visited G W Carey near Mackville Saturday nightand Sunday Death of Wm Carey Wednesday evening February 14 about 2 oclock Mr Wm Carey died after a lingering illness consumption He was the son of Mr and Mrs Nez Carey He leaves a father and mother two sisters and two brothers tp mourn their loss together with a large circle of friends and other relatives But oh how beautiful it is that a soul so pure should be saved from the stains of earthly life and that lie should fall asleep to awake in paradise While we will no more hear the sound of the voice that is stilled nor feel the clasp of the vanished hand we sacredly cherish the memory he has left us that while we mourn for him we bow in humble submission to the father of all love and reverently say Thy will be done Weexterid our sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family in their affliction and remind them ofihc divine promise that tlioa 8 dead he shall live again T A r4rt of Thanks We dettf eft thank the people of this COlt1muirilr thpir kindness they have shown np itness and death of our sou Tli ul never be forgottr ANO MRS NEZ OAR MUCH t ManifestedINTEIEST Contest Last Thursday Night Last Thursday night Prof Colvm6 elocution class and Miss BettieSlryinKi music Class gave a musical entertain ment and Declamatory jconrest at the Opera House The musical selections and the declamations alternated there being six of each Prof Colvin pre sided and in a short welt chosen speech stated that the pupils of the Graded School were taking this means to honor the memory of Washington Prof Colvin introduced as the first speaker Miss Isabelle Medley who chose as her resitation InasMuch Miss Mabel Williams followed with Pauahasiris and the Captain Th0 Fiddler Told waSsplendidly rendered y Miss Isa Colvin Miss Mary Hay Ion recited J The Rivals Miss Fraicis Martin Jems last Ride and Miss Lil Van Arsdale Lasca It niig it safely be said that seldom does tore have the pleasure of hearing a content so spirited and so excellent The bung ladies by expressionability but that their training had been excellent The judges were sometime deciding as to w lorn the medel should go and had gr at difficulty m reaching a decision bit finaly voted the medel to Miss Fra icis Martin to whom it was presented by Mr Mar shall Duncan one of the judges Licens Granted At a special meeting of the cifcy coun cil Friday night Mr Steve Thompson was granted a license to sell spiritous vinous and malt liquors n the Veranda building on the corner fll Main street and Spalding avenue Councilmaen Noe Kelly Mattingly Murray and Carter voting for the pr position while Councilman Edmonds voted no A strong fight was made a ainst granting the license andseveral retesting petitions were lodged with the council signed by citizens liv ng in various parts of the city Revs A S Moffett A C Graves and Thos Cqnelison were present In person to pro est The br mer made a strong plea to the council to refuse the license and the other twa made short talks on th subject Oh the other hand a petition signed by a large numer of citizens living n that immediate vicinity was presented rile ing that tie license be ranted Quite a number erne present nd the deem ion was received with pi asure to some and ii appointment to thers Marion Fak on pVF Ross Garrard cbunty Jailer is makii i better roads ounof bad 0pes bjc1 working prfibnerse a say angle warms havene fr een known tox flIeay t cc f F d t 2 TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 r t cib 00 0 00 o oooo 0 0 o D IHkoI t From the St Louis Gl beDemocrat 0 A Bet that One E A Foe Overlooked rf 5 6nce upon a midnight freezing as I ent rtained the pleasing Vain delusion that an evil fortune cbuld arm me no more 4While I noddedIwas napping suddenl r I heard a tapping 1 As of some one gently rapping rapping it my chamber dooricUTIS some creditor I muttered tapping at my jV Only that and nothing more 4 flj recall clearly very it was late in January nd the snowdrifts in the are reach d up to the second floor nd the loosened windows ratted tales f long neglected tattled1 n she wintry wild winds battled battl d with an Cou only face the landlord with so loi d and firm a roariS But Id vainly tried before p i of And the groaning and the creaking of tne roof twas also leaking Filled me with a dire foreboding I had n ver felt before v So that now to still beating of my hart rstood repeating q Tie some creditor entreating me to give him more 0Some poor creditor entreating on accou t one dollar more = Only that and nothing more I9 Presently my nerve grew stronger heal ting then no longer Sir I said Ill call and setUejust e patient l impore This account has long Jen running but cogently you came dunning tg Dunning as youve dunned before forty times or may be more 0 That I was quite sure it was youhere I opened wide the door e Darkness there and nothing mo er 0 a- I v Back into my chamber turning soon 1 h d the coal great burning p Whbn I heard the tapping somew at louder than before Thenithe great begah to and w th a flirt and flutter a3 In there stepped a strange mbutter whom Idseen before of Twas the stork this same uibutter and a burden small he bore Burdon that no garments wore i3 a J Then that longJegged bird beguiling my sad fancy into smiling By the air of calm composure that he we re delightedThoughtlessJ 0Tell me what your proper name is on tin t careless further shoreuIQuoth the old stork Theodbre a 4 0 0 tenuousTVirt 0 And I could not help but feelin tha hi call vas not square dealingo J Really now it seems like stealing f r I keep no open dQor o Door of hope for this intruder by th name of Theodore 5 This inbutter Theodore j v- S o a Be that nanie oar sign of parting gra eless bird I cried upstartingP J Gptf you back int6the blizzard and d n come here any morerLeaVe that packageas a token of thu nr me that you have spoken 0 Butrlet my rest nojmore be broken You arean gregiqus bore a2 Take your hands from out my ocketlay who sent you to mydoorpQuoth the old stork Theodore1= 5 0 1But tat daddurnedbirdsstill rostintr still my flat he is infesting 0 IS I think is nesting nesting er my chamber door And tho sometimes he does leave me sec ms to fearthat it will grieve me ft And he comes back ever moreI a5 Comes and leaves precious bundles like the one he left before And his name is Theodore i 0QpQQQeQ oopapaoi QO le 10 o 0 0 noo o ooo oooi- f+ a 0 I A French Fowl It 0- p J- Qel QeQeQeQQQffQ ri As tneir name Indicates Tja FJeche fowls are a French breed and lIke mostother varieties of Prance are naned after the district In which ithey sayJ11iiare long been established In Eu lhnd and are bred for the table and for this purpose Jt would be dlfllcfiilt to find another breed to beat them their flesh being of excellent quality As layers of j eggs however they leae oinethlng to s be desired and hardiness Is not their so that It will be seen hat r breejAs Is reported to have resulted front it cross tmllargeslzM but the hardness of feather a41 juicy flesh would almost sent to indicate 1y- tA pti LA f that recourse was made to game deal as well The peculiar comb and tend cncy to itcrest plainly show the Pol ish cross In the first years of its In troductlou into England the judges de manded ihat the crest should be eriull sated but the persistency of this ferf tare lids since been productive of more leniency and the standard no longer penalizes avers small and neat crest As previously stated tile chief claim lUalttyportion c f bone etc is small and the flesh wore delicate and Juicy than any treed other than the game varieties The h nJls a moderate layer though z somewhat late beginner of iarjro white egs but both sexes are rather aloes in arriving ut maturity They are too iiubject to leg weakness which is not tbe wondered at seeing the smallness of bone in comparison with met S CREEK rItM- arie Sallie Kimberlin is at home again after a three weeks stay in Boyle county Mrs Ika Coyle of h ville jyjfg ed frignds and relatives in this con F rji1 mu ity last week iss Josie Coyjeof Springfield vis ited her sister Mrs Young here last we kFr Jake CocrflToffglTbr of Perry isle rec Intly visited ri nd here 1r Robert Brady bought a spn of muks from a Springfield party for 300 W T Kimberlm sold to p L Irady of Springfield a threeydarold mare mile for 11250 his community is grieved ove the de ith of our friend and neighbor Mr H B Powell armors in this section are burping to acco beds armers are now lickwi h their lambs V T Kimberlin was in Louisville las t week here he sold his crop of to ba co at a fair price ur Deep Creek corresppndent is not sti king to tke resolutions she recently- m de Wej enjoy tier letters very mt ch A Famous Indian If Indian Territory Is admitted to the ulloll and as a separate state from Ot lahouia it maY be named Se iuo yah lu honor Of the celebrated Cuvrp wqslIdrn18J3 This red man conferred a great n any benefits upon his tribe especial ly In Inventing a system of characters by which the words of the Cherokee- t ngue could be expressed In written It iigunge lIe was born In Georgia vbere tbe Cherokees were then llvliig His mother was a full blooded Chero kee and his father a Qeruian trader kuowu as George Guess Irl elf Def nse Major Hnmm editpr and manager of lie Constituti list Eminence Ky ten he was fiercely attacked four years go by Piles bought a box of Uucklens mica Salve of which lie saysuIt ured me in ten daiys and no trouble jncej Quickest healer pfBurns Sores r layon j Johann Hoch convicted wife murderer and confessed bfeamtst wa S hangid ii the jail yard in Chicago Friday Mrs Fould and Child There nee more children in the fam Brut George J Gould than in other branch of the huiisu founded by the late Jay Gould Mr and Mrs Gould have six children Kingdon aged sev entoeii Jay aged Hftcpn Marjprie the eldest of the girls who is thirteen j ilelon Vivien eleven George jay Jr1 eight and Edith Cathorinu now at the cute age of four WlliIt have a splendid pla groul1 leer ginu Court tlie Gould home i i jike wood K L Mrs Gould is very fond other dnughfor Luith- Carving a Turkey Tlie platter should placed on the table with the breast of the turkey in front of the left hand and the legs ln front of the rght hand of the carver Plunge the ciifvlng fork deep Into the meat at the Joint where the breastbone Is highest Npjv cut off the outside see and joint with leg attn etlty fuonlngI the knife held In the left holding turkey steady with IrJglt front the upper joint where the log Is pressed to the body straight around feeling for the soclcet until the second Joint amid leg drop on the platter The wing on the same side is served next by making an incision near thinneck and drawing the knl fo over and around to the right If the whole turkey Is to be enter at one meal take off the leg and wlug on the opposite side liar this purposo the turkey is tipped away from the carver by means of time fork In case only a portion of the bird Is to be used cut thIn slices from the loft side of the breast The knife is run from ia Joint below the high bone to a point Just past It Next take oft tlie wishbone Tho upper half of the carcass Is theti Hcp arated from the lower by passing the knife through the middle beginning at EUllngouttaken out for till first time nod the lower and ttppor half of the are divided Into four pieces Second Joint theturkeyA Mystery Solved How to keep off periodic attacks of biliousness and habitual coIsthiation DrKingsNewLifeIille Pleasant of Magnolia hid The only HerfectsatisfactiQn tfaydpnstIrug Carriage Shop I am prepared to do all of your wood rrasonableI also have one new shopmade bug SfcondIhind WH BOND Jfi1QOOSpringfi ld Ky look to Your Names and Collars Almost everyVoily tnncm Knowingly about the different makes and styles of pollius yet it is tile rarest thing to hear ally one mention the Style of iminos The hiuiies to bring the collar up to the rifles of time horses neck must be so changed in form that the collar cairbo fop uh siuigly tff every part of thee sides tf the horses neck wht li can Uo done ly tacking on pieces of wood or h as to have the thlrtffPhames fit the of the horses neck then there no question about the collar coining u r to the neck wheil the hamo straps an properly buckled An no two hbrse necks andiehout dens tie nlikei it is lit duty of the own er or driver to see to it that the homes fire first filtered to fit time stiles pf time horses neck that is to work in them If the cltls thin through neutral portion tie haines built out t nIt into his elopnjs iou but when tit neck Is thick through Its central part stag then tale h mules must be filled In at tI e upper options In circular form to fit such fullness fold so on whatever the confqrinatiniv may be Homos and collars arc made for the trade but itIs time duty of emery tens ster to aid the horses in every way to ward perfect fitting hames and collars Inel lit Is to be doijo by first being sure that the Names are just the form for bringing tile collar up tq the sides of the horses nock then with the props length collar sry Saturday evening wrap the collar to be titled round and round many times with gunny sacking old blankets or otl er material and keep this wrapping the roughly wet Monday miler sing unwind tills wet covering and wit a piece of fork handle or oth er shoo h stick lieat up the face or shoulder bearing sjurface of the collar to loosen up time filling ond make the leather pliant and yielding put It on the horses nock pickle lip the ham straps top and bottom So as to brin tlie collar rim snug tq the neck apd one days mocIC the horse will fit the bearing rit1ork his shoulders better than it for thecolln maker on his JIIQctDrJ C Curryer In Notional inn Survey is being made of the propo e qnGyntliiana It Takes Nerve 7 Everything dcponds upon your Serves It is ncrvc force that causes lic braltito direct the motion o your body it is nerve force that causes your heart to pulsatci and send the blood throu li a our veins it is nerve fore that causes your stomhch to illgcst food your kidneys to filepthe bloodand the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve farce is the power that runs body so if you feel wjornbut irritable nervous or cat well have ain or misery anywhere y ur nerves are weak and your system run down To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervine whichi will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be with ut 1Io tInesNerlnemy close companions in married e children nerves became all wornoutcould not sleep had no appetite Indigestion dizzyspellsonce prove and soon found myself In perfect health MRS S L YOUNG 324 Plttsburg St New CasUe Pa urdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he moneyMiles Elkhart Ind tI 8 18 18 8 U 8 FAR ME We have a full supply of all kinds of era White Oatg The best Clean Clover S j e1TiU1Olhy Blue Grass Etc Our prices are always jreasbnable t When you want anything in this line give us a call i I I f PLOW r We are agents for the Olliver Chill i4 Plow fort Washington county and Syracuse Hillside I1 W These are the best 1 WELLS BROS m Farms and Business Property FOR SALE tT Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 150 acres Anderson county Ky near Sonia improved and good 3500 150 acres Grant county Ky excellent farm and bargain at 22 168 acres Mercer county handsomely improved in grass top years at 55 154 acres Mercer cqimty on river a good farm at 5250 24Q acres 2 miles railroad station Mer car county Ky good improvements at exchangje 150 acres well improved three mites from Burgin 6900 57 acres near Burgin good farm 3750 120 acres six miles from Harrodsburg pri Lexington pike at 75 exchange 55 acres 3 Harrodsburg on pike injgrass 2 houses 2380 184 acres six Harrodsburg good grass farm largerfarmBurgin 1600 PropertyeIJ Stable at Harrods purjrand residence adjoining 4700 rents or 37 a or stable for 3200 table re it d to r January 1 1907 at 9 5 a month Store and dwelling in one bl ck Railroad town Mercer county no other fine trade 2500 Also farms and other property or hll kinds I have buyers for Washington county farms list yours with me now and I will sell i- tREADT THIS Symsoriia Ky March 30 19Q3 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear gcntforneighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom two doctors had given up to die and there is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this place so I would be pleased to hear from you ossieKyif Texas Won qr cures all kidney mind bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak andlame backs rheumatism kidneysIregulates bladder trouble in children Ifnot sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrE Wi Hall Sole Manufacturer P Q Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for otestimonial Sid by all druggists t NorA Y PUBLIC ON MAI ST PRINGFIELD KY- OPPOSltEi PRES JYTERIAN CHDJICJH In Jas 3 Gra es Jewelry Stor cAllbeen in tho business ir thirtyflre yeare THOS J Graves II h IQ4 l Cloudy r ion rris a Signal warning your eyes f need looking a ter Dont go to a blacksmi h shop to get them fixed Uu come to me Z gtve you a REE EXAMINATION and en you whats the matter an what you require I fityou with the kind of glasses you need and wont charge hi h prices M business is growing and its because I now what people need and give it to them at moderate pric JasJ1 Graves ri- iP+ it iL iOF W I Horses and Mules + + t9Q6at All persons having Horses or Mules to e tee inthis sate will see Wharton Tapp or SM Cam bell Auc tioneer u t WHARTON TAIPPi TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 iJ k v- rneT3tockr J F i SUNSHINE SOAi1906 the the Come AFineJackHUI also very anxious that the of the county call tsee iny jack There are none better in county Few as good PEDIGREE NEXT WEEK D BAKER = SPRINGFIELD a CALL t At a meeting of the Democratic Con gressional Committee of the Fourth Congressional district of Kentucky there were present Sam T Spalding ExecutiveCommitteeman of saidFourth Congressional district who presided as chairman arid the following named members of said committee towit William Spaldng Marion county J Rogers Gore W shtngton county Hen gle Green county JE Moore Breck enridge county J LlSnead Bullitt county J P Collins LaRue county C R Carden Hart county Charles Sommers Hardin county The following Committeemen were represent ed by prpxies RWTilfor dj Grayson county T J Smith Ohio county George Caspearke I Meadcounty On motion it Was ordered and direct ed that a primary election to be held in said district on Saturday June 2 1906 to n me candidate for Congress in said istrict said election to he held nowprvoting places in each of the precincts in theountiescomprisingsaiddistricts2nd and rccongnized Democrats who are legal voters in said district or will be legal voters at the November election 1906 ndall Democratic voters who will be 21 years of age by the Novem ber election shall be entitled to vote 3rd It is ordered that each candi date at said election shall pay to Sum T Spalding Executive Committeeman for said district the sum of fifteen hundred dollars as his portion in pay ing the estimated expenses of conducting said primary election the said aum tobo paid before the name of such candidate is printed on the ballots to used e at said election The amounts so li oach of the candidates at said Primaare to used e in defraying the exp nses oCaoid primary election and should thoro be a surplus after paying sane such surplus shall be returned ratably t6 each of the candidates at said election I OIJUU1U there be a deficit then such deficitshall be pajd by such successf candidate before the certificate of el himjnrr date of the Democratic in said district who has nnoncer his candi dacY and bald the sum herein required 9fMayshall be held insaid district but said candidate shall be held an tdeclared the nominee of the democratic party in andhislaw to th various counties comprising said district as the Democratic nominee paidbyhim by said Spalding less any amount that may tllave been necessarily expended by said Spalding or the committee of said istrict in making preparation fori said l rimnry The chairman of the various county committe js of the counties composing said dist ict are hereby authorized and required in not less than ten nor more than fifteen days before said primary election o appoint in each precinct of their cot ntie the necessary official to conduct said election and to advise each apP9intmentsII 41ha11 be r jpfescnted at each precinct in the appo tfrrnent of such officials and certificate of Uie election officers The poll books used at saidelection shall be Jlurnbd at the time and ittth manner equifed by lav6ftTic several chairman of the county committees and on the d iy fixed by law after said pri mazy sac i county committee shall can riI TilE suINQ t I3utli a r JlWi 1yJ 175Weekly 125NashvilleWeekly mcinnnti Enquirer 17 175SemiWeSemiWeukly St Louis Globe 175Thricea125Amcricar5 6 America Epitmist15 150Breeders 200Farm5 28Scnbnerjs6 0 y 175 435HarpersSunny Suth 150 vass returns and duly certify the num her of votes received in his said county SpaldingLebanon to1asional committee of sal district to be The chairman of the Democratic county committee in each county in the district is empowered arid directed to furnish the ballots and supplies for his respective county and the said district chairman Sam T Spalding Ts directed to at once after the 17th day of May 1906 furnish Democratic chairman of eachcounty the name of each and every candidate whose name is entitled to be placed upon the said ballots C E SOMMERS CR GARDEN T J MOORE J ROGERS XJORK H C WOOD Committee d aCting foregoing resolu tions Sam T Spalding Chairman Fourth Congressional Committee J Rogeijs Gore Secertary EggPrbducirigfood IZnvIng n fnlrlj comfortable house ami liens of proper ngC And over their selves farmers will he found ef fective m the production of eggs h Winter L give first the rations fed to ouriKuItry during the winter of last year wlilth were as follows To 110 hens one to two years old tn the morning eight pbundrfof wheat noon six pounds ground grain meus ured dry made Into u mash afternoon tIght wheat or buckwhdntl Throe times per week eight pounds of cut bono here given lit lieu of the nutirclipiground grains for the mash were Two pounds pf coarse ground outs two pounds cornmeal one pound shorts SttJODt Notice All porsons having claims against the estate of JT Gribbins deceased are hereby requested to present same pro erly proven to the undersigned on Jor before May 1906 5jVC McCiiORD T S MAYES 1 MY fiNE HORSE = it 1r i 1i t t t T H itat Fait Ground stables There is no finer horse in County than Sunshine f His colts are among the best tn y State 1I to See Himrbi ram stockmen Washington DESCRIPTION ETC GIVEN EL KY I OFFICIAL Nogry i 17ul LouisvillejKy folnoureIowUi6 poiiiid OQ 00 000 O OQe J How to Sleep f 0 theT Ifexl1a1sthettltegFor those iu full tide Igor too much Bleep is often dlstluctlij hurtful says PopfiluriI Thd action of narcotlcjs presents none of the characteristics ttllormal sleep ercipt the temporary rest ot con scliipiiess liuce narc sjl Is not true slecp Tho best position to assume In sleep to Invite the least disturbance of the functions of the great organs Is on the abdomeu or nearly sonny obscure forms of digestive or circulatory disor ders may hav u been Inltlitted lu infancy through lying too long upbn the back To stcurethe most perfect repose the temperature of all parts should be equullzeclbefore retiring Gold feet In duce dilhy in and It Is then shallow when attanbd ston1nrhsleep almost as much as r but moderate eating before sleeping Is not hurtful and Is often Bodycl thing nt Ilt ht should be loose not dense pennlittlngthe ready passage of air never of wool next to tlio skin De1clothJngsboUhl not be Uelugipreferable to dense cohifortables and not tucked lu too closely Air should nlUwetl to puss occasionally under the sides at least as one turns about moss or less frees Early rising Is a snluinrrv custom es pecially when the cjoines early not Otherwise More sleep required In slcep1sThe sleeping room slio uld be cool abundant air being always admitted This should not be Interpreted to mean that the room nvay safely rpmnlrr in wisely cold Artificial nlrj eon and hoiild be supplied Along With the fresh berat or near 50 or tip delp some vent degrees Ft erFor J f NWICK J Will and Edward Sim shave sold their poundPIi Graves has erected five new buildings since 1Irgantrom 75VMrGh theflatters Sunday Mrs Sarah Hardin of Booker is visiting her son W1 T Hardin of this H place Mr Jim Barr and wife pent Sundayrwth the family of Josh Inman Fifty Owensborb businesai men took a fth A SURD CUR E SPRAINSWOUNDS IONS GALLS BRUISES CONTRACT Tlt1RNSIitfifimotion prrofllferticl GUKtD OF PARALYSIS l WS Bailey PO True Texas writesliMy wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm when was persuaded to use Ballarda Snow Liniment which effected complete cure have also used it for old sores and skin eruptions It does the work JiBEST LINIMENT ON EARTH QNCE TRIED ALWAYS MVf9 REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES 100IBALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY CJ HAYDON Springfield yc CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED Long distance lines and telephones ofJjri7this Company enable you to talk almos i anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi itALinquicklandcountryWetable Equipments and facilities unsurpassed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T bl WCBML I Uldf J Can ianager B cy Aes t Cen1MRr rr 1r Ij TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906p1 el elee 88 8 88 88 881 I Cut In TwoThat is what t have dcjne to prices on all transfer work Give me your work and Old Rube will deliver the go dS Every will be shown the trade and all goods handled with care Iam going to courtesyIchance to get hauling don your Call on me or telephone me at the J L ALLEN I I I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday February 21 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAYI COLLARIn J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher IDteredat the postoffice at Springfield ICYis for transmission through the ias seconddoss matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ore Year n 100 rJODreoMonth changedalwaya youW1ANNOUNCEMENT i We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate for CO1gressionaldistrict Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 U KENTUCKY JUSTICE N f 1 1J Thejgreatest drawbacks to Kentucky justice are due to the ai given criminals by good citizens readytbemurderers in the face of concl- y sive evidence f their guilt And again there are some who would persecute in the tace of conch innocensiPrejudice has placed many an innocent man behind pris an barsand it has al giyen freeaom to man a libe r tine Not until the courts are permitted to hear the r- runvarnis td ttuthc ncIus i veindettil jstasit happened ryviU jus tice spit straight becomingly rob upon its throne Judge James Hagis and Ed Callahan have been indictedat jclcksonj Ky for the murder of jjjittorne Marcum And again appearedrupon IDAVID H SMITH lion DV HSnliths announce ment that he will not seek tHe nq fromlthe pri rpary next June does not mean that he is going to permanently retire from public life His services to the peopleofIentuckY as Congressman have Been valuable beyond any question and should he desire to place his mantle of a public servant upon shoulders for all time there would be a protest from every section of entucjcy It matters not how much he may desire to perma nent ly go into quiet retreats we believe that after a little wtyile heIll again be called by the people to serve them in some public capacity where the serv ices of a1 brainy energetic and trustworthy servant are needed Sincehe has been in Congress h has won the distinction of being among the brainiest and safest leaders in that body Perhaps the greatest compliment that can be paid him is to sayr he neve negl cted a public duty it matters talo hit Republican constituents the fair treatment that he gave to h Democratic constituents and vhile the State has produced a more loyal Democrat he has leper failed or refused to disposahodf r liefs when matters of business were to be attended to Dave Jongtimeyetbu e as e ant m jLaRu To Cure a Cold Cons il General Guenther ot Frank fsoor a a co coins mrauephrlne and water applied on cbtton to the nose It arrests se bl3 nIis wise to prevent Its protraction In advisees a ie obliquely and to insert the sharpened end into the nose then by means of a rubber ball blow airy laic the tube mnytThis eases the children and allot them to breathe freely One can s lnottedf cases affecting the nose and throat 44 Cold On The Chest If Iiii 1 II LDfW I j IsAJwaiys Uncomfor able v and Often Dan gt rous i This is the season for colds and will I e wise to proviae your self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cou h Syrup Neglect of a cold in its early stages is worse than care essness A wellknown lung specialist called it Constructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicinew ll quickly cure a fresh cold and will relieve even the most qbstinate cough of long standing The price is only 25 cents per bottler Lots o other kinds and other mediqnes here i j j C1 J HAYONCORNER DRUG STORE CARDWELL W H Littrell and wife J T Mobil y and wife and Rev H P Hatchett dined with H C Shewmaker Sunday W L Graham and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs GmT hamsjbrother Thomas Noel Mary A Perkins of Battle spent Sunday with W G Simes and wife Misses Mat ir Milburn and Willie Cloyd spent Sunday with Cansby Cat lett and wife Mrs R A Willham and children spent Sunday with her brother J Ad kersonMarried on the 15th Mr Tom Ward to Miss Eva Ross by Rev Jessie Rob inson of Sharpsville Jack and Melven Mob ly left Thurs day for Bloomington ill to work this year Ed Moore and family moved to Arm ington last wtfek Jessie Prewitt moved in the house with John Lester last week Several from here attended court at Springfield Monday Jason Holiday sold to T J Adkerson 85 acres of land at 1200 Possession Sep mbar 1906 Holiday Brown will ship 15000 pounds of tobacco this week to the Hoijne House at Louisville Buckra acres at 500 Possession at once John Gregory surveyed the Booker Royalty farm to Graham Mobily Sat urday Price 32 per acre VVV rStock j JYsold to Lebanon parties one sorrpll horse at 90 and sold to Charley one 7Year old horse at 100 oneemare Graham Perkins sold to J T Mob ily one horse for 8750 JA Kyle bought from Joe Sanders one 5yearol horse for 105 Lawrone at 7250 Kyler Ward bought from Harvey Robinson oiie sow and 9 pigs fox 40 and sold to A Bottom one bunch of shoats at 61 cents grayyrgans at a good price last week MtZIO Mr So A Bayne spent one day last week with the family of Mr Frank Neale of Chaplin Fork Mr Jesse Williams is suffering from a very sore hand erysipelas is thought to be the trouble We are very glad to report Airy Everett Parrish veryimuch improved The infant child of Mr and Mrs William Eddleman died Sunday night and was buried here Mondaya Mr Howard Russell and wife pent last week with relatives in Mprcer county Miss Lydia Williams is ill with an attack of lagrippe Miss Carrfc Noale who is visiting her grandmother Mrs R A Russell spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Blanche Bonta Mrs Ella Taylor and sonj Jim were in Springfield on business or e day last week Mrs Cora Hays of Bloo field was vsthc guest of Mr James Hays Sunday eeDr Rodman Williams wifq of Lit ScY visited his parents here Sunday Miss Nora Bonta opened scjlibolMon day for a three months turn with a very large attendance Mr Robert Gray and siBtOfs Misses Martha and Ida of Hardotyi attondexl church here Suuday Adrainistra ors Said PatJlerdeceSaturdayMarch 3 1906 Chl1plinturnpikeburg in Washington county Ky Sell 1lbestIsaiahPrather8 to 10 head of cattle bout 75 head o goodewes about ready1 to Iamb 2 good brood sows 7 head of shoats about 100 bbls of corn in the cribabout 300 bndies of sheaf oats 2 good o wag ons 1 log wagon 2 mowing machines 1 set of wagon harness several sets of plow gear 1000 Ibs of fencing wire 1 inbarnutensils 8 or 10 hives of bees a lot of patent bee hives about 8010 feet of bropdinchber several hundred boards and fencin slats housrhold and kitchen furniture and numerous other articles TEKMS All sums of S10 and und r cashwill be required On sums ov g10 a credit of 12 months will be give purchasertosecurity bearing per cent interest otiiISpringfield Ky as purchaser may elect No property to be removed from said until paid for or notes executed J T PRATHER Admr Rubbers and Mens Heavy Shoes at Re- I duced PricesII I Our New Spring Linens Laces Long Cloths B Cottons invite you to and see them r new of from to I j t11 i CHAPLIN Rossie Thomas of Louisville has returned home after an extended visit here Miss Rogers of Missouri is visiting the Misses Rolands Mrs Will Bedford and two sons Jack and A jarc the guest of Dr and Mrs Bedford here Rev Harrison was in Lexington last Mr Will Noale is again at home Mr Noale is a and will have a car in Bloomfield and a tent in this place Mr H E fjrVisited here Saturday and Sunday On Sunday afterrioop quite a num ber of the members of the Christian MrsfTomsweat service wai helq Mrs Vowels line been very ill for isix months arid she had expressed a desire for these brothers And sisters in Christ jto come land sing rend and pray with h fMr Dodge who was hqrcin the interest of the Christian cl urch that is being b rltat Jackson ity left for that place Friday Whilb here Mr Dodge secured one hundred dollars for this workIMisses IM and Nfct Huston LilliS Pulliaiii rind erlnnd spent Tuesday night with Alias Frankie Mil ton Several from this plJlcolAttendee the part given by Louise Settles of Booker Monday nighti Mr and Diiweon entertain ed Fridliy night in honor of Miss Thorn Delightful refreshments ih the of sherbet and punch were served to four of the guest at one Those present were Misfces Thomas of isville Fronkie Milton ojf Lexington Jennie of Springfield Ora Houtchens LiZ Hustdn Katherine Dawso Eva Sutherland C a u die Neale and Lillis Pulliam of this place Messrs Robert Willet Bush Frank Arnold Henry Sullivan Newton Arnold Charles Dawson Green Hays Willie Brown and Earl Arnold The Sun 88 Per Overcoats ll HI- A Few Nice Coats Left They must go they fore the Il prices will be greatly r ed1 ClQlhin 1il 1We can also make ou someI1 special prices on IIo I ONTT sAte I I iteGoods Embroideries lekhd Canbrics Sheeting Etc We call Just jreceived stock Lace Curtains ranging t SOc X800 Pair It ROBERTSON r BROS Miss week photographer ova Shut Alias Guy enfform cakes Lqu Cokendolphor Sutherland Year clothing =i JENSONTON sPQntSattrp MrJA W Arnold moved near Eriido PopemovedArnolc Mrs J W Perkins who has been very S Ck is now some bptter Sam Harmon is very sick with la grippe Prayer meeting Auld at Beech Grove Friday night was wellattenedJ Several from this place attended Countycourt Monday Mr W T Campbellof this place who was called to the bedsideof his son in Louisville has returned home and reports him some better TMiss Lillie Go6anougher was in our midst one day last week prospecting fora school Colie Lay and wife visiting his father at this place Saturday night MrE L Perkins has been called home from Illinois by the illness of his jflrspent Saturday evening with his Mrs J W Perkins auntI Mr J W Perkins and son Deep Creek Wednesday prospecting 1forMr Charlie Coca ougher and wife of Enido were here one day last week Miss Effie Edward was here one day last week Mrs Susie Mat erly visited Mrs FpdajrMr rn iy met chant is doing well We are all sorry toj hear of tne death ofrMr Brack Powell which ocurrxl at Mackville Februa 15 Mr Coleman Math rly move ti hi new house last Tuesday Miss Gertie PQr ins visited Miss jMrfillaof L uieville is visiting his lath Mr GT Kim berlin of this placeI Mrs Polly Isham is very ick with lagrippe Mrs Sallie Key o this place way in Springfield Saturday on business Mr Tom Stten of this attended prayer meeting at Texas Thursday night f Mamie Alice tiaughter of Mr and tetyiJlis Daily Herald AND SUN X200 t Grundy fTntlrerlMAKE SPECIAL Cash Customers I u I Come to us With your cash we Iwill save you money t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 19IbI 5 i iiftt fit f i f f ILt PICTURES OF COALOF COURSE ARE NOT MARKED WITHIt 1i ANY GREAT DECREE OF1 BEAUTY BUT tWHEN MY COAL l USED IT MAKES t iJ The prettiest Fire YouEverSawEt tLZI PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND PURS i ffi Vf I WANT CHICKENS AND EGGS iifef1 + f JI 1Il t h t ri+ 1 f I PAY 99 r i 1f r CASII1y t+ Hf e t l jlt fl tf j i jwj11 H11 JONES 4 t t r t J J r ID 44 44 444 44 + 4 4 4 44 ++T Local News Notescaof Dont forgetthat wehave new spring had vegtables every Friday ohn bn lIcC beor The heaviest snow o the season fell Monday night j get Uncle George Ray and old and re pected colored man died at his home in Monday nightI 14 11r j Tobacco cotton cheap at P J Thomas The ladies of the Baptist church who gave a courtday dinner last Monday realized nearly 100 The my Court and Circuit Court day crowd Monday was large Consid stable stock was sold at good prices Wantedr1 good apple vinegar Jay liberal price P J Thomas e econd quarterly meeting for the Spijingfield Charge will be held at the th Mothodist church Saturday and Sunday March 3rd and 4th Rev S G r Shelbyr P E will do tine preaching JLJaBtj Wednesday night the country gave a dance at the Opera House whljdh proved to bo a very enjoyable affair l i ijdtfaa my line qf Hosiery Mon s shirts andall kind of Suspenders They are bargains IPJ Thomas The ladies of the Methodist church will give a sackvsocial in the McElroy flat ueday i afternoon and niglit Maroh 6 from 4 t6 10 oclock Ev9ry body it cordially invited Luther Burns sold a mare mule to J M Elder for 185 This is a good price but the mule was a good anjmal Mr Burs also sold a cOw to Sam Bottom fcf SO25 An eflorp is being made to organize a stock company to hold a count fair at the old fair grounds npar Lebanon thi summon and so far the promoters have mat with considerable encouragement CIGAR FACTORY SOLDMr B P Lake has sold his cigar manufacturing business here to Mr J A Johnston Mr Johnston has been engaged in the Mercantile business at Canary nea i tOwn He will take charge of the cigar business as span as matters can be arrarigied i r Let Walker olored charged with a pistolon being given a fine 25 and ten da s in jail this morning Ibroke down on he iring the verdict and to be remove from the room before a could be re ores IP STOCKMANW eli you want stock t n bills printed call r t The Sun office and our prices COLLARS FouNi 1l otmd a buncH of collars betw 2en field and OWJbrmaybave in hogshead of tobat co in Louisville a r days afco at 22 cents That was vt top price The tobacco was pick from r Lakes puschase of this sea bftcigareti CARD OF THAW sThe ladies of Springfield Baptis t Church wish to ex1d press to their frie ndi of Springfield Washington cptmi jv their appreciation of their liberal jontinbutions to and is generous patron go of the County Court dinner whi ch was given on last Monday 1 J T JMonl gom of Eredoricktowjn sold to Hughes do of Lebanon Ky a mare for 235 The animal wile one of the finest in the county and for style and actiOn lind few equals Mr Montgomery is o 10 of the most success ful hoisemen in the county and fop the past four or five years has faiaedsotne fine animals i Monday night the young people ofI town attempted to give a Junco but wore ijnsuccesslul because of the in clamant weather There were some eight jr ten st igs present to dance with the chape ones which was hardly enough to mak it a howKng success so Home Swet Home was made the third selccti n r EXCELLENT 1LCIALT113SAt the Opera Rouse Fr day night some intor introducesMrs Hyatt will recto the fatnou- dramatic poem Lauerdne with inone of jthe prettiest things ever devis for an entertain ment Miss Mary lIaf don wijl appeal1 in some new song She possesses a very swoot voice and Adisrs Cain will have char ra of the music which will be o ve pfihe features of the entertainmentj 00000 rt 00 QOqoo Ir Personal Notes I with 71 0 Visitors In and dot of Towl1A O jvillb Round of the Weeks Personal News 0 0000000000000 LMiss Bertha Ha was in Lobanorifdon Sunday Mr J Walter Hufne spent TuesdayI Louisville with friends =lhJHod Neal has been ill for a few lays of a severo cold frMissspending a few days here vith her sisters Mesdaines Hugh Noe and Jas Noe has returned home rJudge T II ihu man has returned from a hunting trip jn North Carolina Mrs Bosley is lire spending a low with her sister MrsGreon the IlIis Grace Hathiett of Mackvillo visiting her cousi S near town pf Mr S Eilomtnts was in Bard town last wen Dr John Shaunty of Frederick m town was in own Wednesday on bus ness Mrs Will urns af Ash Brook 5s visiting her mjthor at this place Mrs Off olin of Bardntownat tended the cOt test here Thursday oven in jMrs W II Leachman entertained a few of her f ends at day evening Mrs GC hrfVQlnes the prize HMrs S J Smock and child n vjs iteol frio atdsir Lebanon last week 4Mrsi Gl Daliovey attended tie contest hero lust week tMissMargorie Wall of Loiiisvil o is i vjisiting her aunt Mrs Bsen F imn 1fMr J T Fojitherstdn of Lou villj is here in the interest pf t ie Cumberland Telephone Cpmpanyi LJlhisvie toIher sister Mrs Jim McClure 4Miss Ethic Kimberlin of East Texas was here one day last week Miss Elise Durrett who attends sch ol ut St CA the ines ThursA dajl at the hoinfe of Dr M W Mr E1 M Edwards of Lebanon as here on business IFridayI Mr H P McChord spent SqndaV his family at this place I111s JJ H Lampton was in ouis Friday J was Miss Blanche Carried of Hdwards xjwn is th guest of relatives he e Dr Ed Mudd of Howgrdgtowisi- siting thehis mother here Messrs Seba Mays and T D Wells atreturned home from jNVincl ester her Mrs Gi E Medley wasj in wens Pro last week r her children lIIMiss is v siting in Indianapolisi pix Miss Mabel Prise is visiting Miss Gertrude Stocker of ardB own Miss Sadie Mayos attended th wed ding of Miss Mary Gore Fult n of Bardstown is Mr C L Pride was in Bard town first of week qn business Mr Chhrley Clements mid chi Iron Lebano i sKjnt Sunday with his brother AilrS E Cloment Mrs Katie Williams is fh inch nattii this yeok selecting spring styles niillinery other iBiinii was in Lxn isville Tuesday on business Ir George Edolon yiajtcd his nephew Df Charlie Edelonj Louistvilla Saturday and Sunday Miss Fannie Smith and Mis Edna Edelj yisitcd MTw Hnttie Jan s lust SundayrMiss Annie EdeUjn loft last Satur dnv tor Louisville Avhereshe will take a bU moss course at tha Col logod sponaeriar lidgan Bosloy and u Ray of Lebanon were here Monday Mr Jno I Clay rooks left Mon day tor Louisville wh jre hehas ocurqd a position yitlithb FJ lls City thing Co l Hon W D Clay aroOke is a borne- attending courtiMr M H Jones returned rom a business trip to Shell yville last night jack McChord ha s returned to col lego at Danvillo iss Louise Settles of Mad and her g Tests of New Haven ant Louis yille were in Springfield Mond y Mr J W S Clements ol Lb is iitht T i Miss Myrtle Croak of Croakes Mrs Station was in town Monday p Jilr H B Waters is visiting inwi Shelby county this week Mrs VT McElroy entertained at ouch Monday afternoon The prize won by Mrs Clifton Greene Mr J I Wimsatt has returned home after an extended trip through North =Miss Ruth Bell Who attends school St Catherinesj spent Sunday with parents at Fairfield Mr Joe Conner of Fredericktowri ors attended court heie Mondaym Mrs Theo Campbell entertainedat handed euchre Tuesday afternoon the lMiss Lizzie Leachman is visiting- her sister Mrs J B Hill of Lebanontt Mr James Ewing of New York visiting relatives hire of Mrs Jtr Lewis is visiting hor daughter Mrs Mang t of Louisville t Mr Willard Thompson returned home from Corbin Mr and Mrs vDurrott of Bloom fieldspent Sunday with their daughter Mrs Hyatt IY Alex Blandford of LoUisvIlo attended the iOdaniolMoritgomory wed ding Tuesday Miss Sue Ray of Lebanon is spending this week with Mrs H R Thompson She will tonic a prominent part in the b nefit play Miss Car Ie Johnson of Lebanon is spending this week with Mrs H RV Thompson Mrs T Dudley Wells and children ten dad the marriage of Miss Mary to Mr Allan Atkinson lit lat tbwn Saturday Misses Flora and Kita Hatchett entertained a numbor of their ydung lady friends at dinner last Thursday to honor of their cousin Miss Grace Hat chett Miss Mattie Robertson entertained a few of her riondsrat euchre Tuesday evening Those wh0 were present were plisses Willis Knbtti Bertha Haydon Katie Cain Robbie Simms Flora Mudd Mess Jim elements Shaker Robert son Joe Clements John Kelly George Robertson The prizes wore won by Miss Robbie Sihims and Shaker Robertson r- FromFridaY evenings Times Mlae Margaret lllc herd of Springfield nd Miss Mary D1 Burton gave a dinner at The Seelbach last evening Mr and C t McChord chaperoned the artY Miss McChord is spending the here attending Miss H miltons school The party included Missess Margaret McChord Mary D Burton Mary Prewitt Stucky Milburn Ouer backer Mary LymonAnna Rowell Bessie Hoge Messrs Douglas Wilhite William Gregory Wallace 04e backer William Johnston IJdward orman Morris McCrackei Chester Kuebler Master Dudley Ragsd le one of the most popular little pages gave a delightful theatre i4thjHouse of his grown iip i A daintylMCh puss ecru jd after show Master Ragsdale made an ideal small host and the meribaraof party expressed themselves as en joying the evening immense Ken y State Journal FINE ELOCUTIONIST Miss Sue Ray Lebanon is thegubstof Mis Lydia McElroy thTs week She will have an important part in the play atth Opera House Friday night that of Bessie the Ministers Sister Mlss flay is a fine elocutionist and will add i groattdeal of merit to the entertainnu ntir Mr SM CamijbeH report lie fol owing County curt day sala One milch cow2S one cbwjand ct lf35 eight shoats perl herd 510 tne bay fouryear old horse 121 ono b y four yoarold horse 11250 one ba three yearold mare Ssix twoj earold mules per head 10050 Plu horses plentiful at 35 tj 65 no cattl onthf market oily throe or fou mile i jows Hee also reports Hatchet s sale el- ayeryattended Friday FebruarY 25 thing selling high f HARDESTY j Mr fWill Glett visited is tOlL era near Lawriceburg last jveok i V Sutherland Vislbtc J tSutherland at Willisburg Sunday Miss Bettiel CUmmins visitel Mrs Ella Tavlor Saturilay and Sunda hurmMessrs n Cheshior an i Her- Bert Virgin visilcjd in Mercer coup ItTie latter part of last week Miss Nora Goal ott Visited he i gt Mrs Lela Shirley Sunday bought a oow aiidj na- fromHJames Scott F W Gray and wife visited rt lattr rr in Mercer county last w qok Mr W H Yanc jr visited his ijiothi in law Sunday Dr Rodman Williams and wif c n e through bur vicinity Sunday I t r 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 1906 f ri I They Adven turetsI tZ By H BMARRIOTT WATSON I ItCopyright 1898 By IlarPcrB Brothers t4 tKnowr said Sercomhe Why lie wouldnt be a day In Jerusalem with out smelling out come mystery He Las a nose like n pointers PIe routed but a page Of the old jpenttomans diary and Hoods wiT not to leave to others Trint he can take for himself 1 tell you that he hung on to the old chap day by day until It got too hot eventhenquiet It wasnt tolilR intejesj tQ t nitJHr r for caii 111 you But t tell jjiadnOreatbrexllieM have got what he want oJdmanthrew him Lack and that wns when hei wrote to inn nn1 T bent up the Greeks rrWell wont fetched the cart u fit the Inn tied there was that mess about the servant poor devil Thistconfounded me but Hood saw the ad and you being taken up withm cthe crowd whipped dff his nag and by he collies down upon me and gives me the tip and Stamboulos and I got away with the booty If I say that I would lure served him as he had tried to serve me theres no one will blame niie But the fact was he lad got osmY Greeks That wjis the pinchI We got away though the forest and came by a place a cavern where the Greeks were fiThldlug There we stowed cart and all It was a snug hole but Ive never yet fathomed the hold that Hood had over those beasts that they let the stuff alone But they did and thats one to the man boot black valet and cutthroat that hjg is In that hole we lay for a day or two and yen cam e the P2lcS were out but I Imagined it was the Greeks they wanted not me not that I should haze minded Finally the morning be fore tlils up popped Hood about 3 o lock when all were asleep and tap peU me on the shoulder I sleep pretty lightly amid X was out and talking With him in4vmlnute or twon tI Thiswoods safer than I thought he saldWe can move when we like I have filled Jones with stories andwe can make a bold stroke now tbatrthe castle is quiet Theyve had enough for a time I think and what with the police theyll have enough to do to look after themselves as I have ar ranged it Can you sail a boat said he A little said I as you ought to know fallingJuticonscfouslyt servant Well suppose we rush for It now alls clear- 4Vibats your game I asked i Ive got a boat down by the Bay he said and we can make for the channel Well it sounds good I replied though its risky But the Greeks are all sailors and we can manage at a shift IIAt that he looked rather strangely at me and was silent He moved off a bit and peeped Into the cavern through the bushes then he came back They sleep pretty sound he said and again gave me an odd glance What is itt I naked for I knew his somethingItThe Greeks are a nuisance he ob s watching meTe can dp well enough without them 1 thought 1 began to see now and said I I am not In much need of them myself but bow cnn we give them the slip We cant fetch out the cart and harness and get away with out waking the whole brood No said he sottiyI wasnt think ing cjf that Well lets have It saW lie stared fit me a nimupnt We dont want am evidence against and we dont vijut parthers he said We dont I agreed Theres way out he said with his furtiymayes upon me Suddenly the whole business flash ed upon me And gentlemen what do you suppose h6 was proposing Noth ing less than the murder of those pool devils as they lay in Weir sleep You think rJudged too quickly Walt a bit i The thing cairie upon me in an Illumi thatffelt what I said was this Theres no other way out that 1 can see and if there was mother way I wouldnt take it and I looked at him very closely so that he should see what I meant He dropped his eyes g betteroI went for t was pretty sleepy and besides I thought I had disposed tif that worm iu his head And presently I got to sleep but It couldnt have been for long for I was awaked by some sound In the night and sat up The Greeks were slnoring about me Jrijt somewhere I could hear a regular noise struck at Intervals and touting tram a little way off It was still dark but I guided my steps to the sound and what do you think J found Mr Great orex gentlemen It has a natty sound and might very welt go for a lie In an other mans mouth Sercoinbe took a sip from his glass fI s1rujk a imatcli and there were some 1teet at paled just tofront otme- r and bet w tlmlsi uiAii digging illggkigr with hi head at the level of my fet He stfli ted at my light and uttered an- exlimtlil lion and then stopped looking at mo We watched one another tlll the lib rt went out Thwi I stepped forward anti jrrabbod his neck By the Lord I cried I am in tHvo mJiuls to throttle you and make this place grave for yourself And bv George I would have done It for l vo pins Ic wriggfod in my grasp anti J Jerk IMP VP nUll landed him on th- eIr Burfaoe oo c here hood said Ireleasli im Tre known your bad qualities pothings 4wontu never said njn other word I we it back to the cave but tljis I vas not going to sleep for I tot trust that black devil any ore tmui Beelzebub A little after I took n sLepyfit on mebut I fOUg lt against It tooth null sal I sat up- wtih back to the rock and looked out of t mt window as you might cdll it nt tie scooting light Oflloodjll get no s gn nUll there I sat null yma ed and swore and pinched myself o keep mj eyes owen ujitll out by the Greeks stirred about me kicked Weir trl1euJlkneStainbo los got up shook himself uud 11reclwnIII slot very heavily for an hour or stoooI 16vp1D toW inC Was a man digglna living human creatures was thereabout me I sat up sharply thinking that Root had played the trick upon me as I had thought of playing it on the Greeks So up I got wondering where the deuce they all ivere and I Issued out of the mouth of the cave As I came forth my eyes lell on u group of them stand lug together in close conference Just before tie cavern but there was no Hood I went up to Stamhoulos the very mat I had with me in the Ionian islands a id to my nhmzeiftent he torn ed sharpl away Hello sonny said I in surprise but with ut reply all vanished into the v ood and staring after them wit i mouth wide open What had come to them I asked myself and gapetl for an answer I thou lit I was bewitched There was still Uo Hood and presently I Silt down to breakfast and the Greeks returned and grouped together a little way off tit when I apprpaohed they sat silent und gave me no answer till getting heroud toleration I seized two mdi cracked1 their heads together nut upon Unit uiSlcIllet1 otje of the scouuj drels and drew his knife on me stepped hiiick but Staniboulojj a dirty filet Wokhim hy the arm meld wlifsj tiered in his ear end there were nod dings all round the party By this tulle as you Iniiy g was in a deuce of ajiuff and UITIi strode into th wood whistling to show my Indifference It was silly nodouhtj but dill not want a lack of skunk like that to imagine I was worryiiiKJ about them Just us I had got a dozen yards or so I heard soi hone coin e Info the forest ufter me iiiul turning caught sight of a man named Demei tr os What are ydu after thought 1J Bit I paW no attention and kept on I kept straight ahimd for the wood wits very lhhk there and there ices no one about I only wanted to get away foti a spell and consider the position But after a hit I pulled up and took a sent on il patch of heather where the ground wits more open The morning sky shone corIuin a meditative way i licanLsounds preseutlyIeme1trios shrubbery i ml glances itt me Immediately oft r some ore IIPpronchedj upon the o her side dud a glimpse of i notlier oft ie gang puking his ugly phiz from behind a tree an I lectITillfcant wonder if I could not snake ltd putt Could you have tumbled to It Well 1 didn t not just then But for LJ all that It nmile me angry 1 rose ahl ran at Demctrlos with the express Ulm of kicking him but retreating he slipped out a knife and snarled nt ijie like an RUg dog and at the same time his fellows drew up tp suppcrt him 1 had conic out without wean OIL and I was at a bit by this time It seemed to mo to be growing serious and so I mnde off hack toward the cave Thp beggar followed me When I got near the cayef there is a track that runs hard by winding somewhere over to the western valleys but unfrequented I will take a walk here I said to myself tend accordingly I turned oil but at thin motion of mine there was a fort of scrambling among tho undergrowth and tlaveof the cut throats burN my pnth each showing nu ugly knlfo Very well thought I T dont know yet what youre up to but Vll warrant Ill find out and meau wh Ill seejjlfiit Im on a little bettcjr footing in the matter oV arms got back to the cavern where the two remaining scoundres sat tossing coin multi I went in My revolvers had bees renjovcd and there was not so much ns even n ppeljetly ife left o nie you will aflow that I began to be scared W111t was time issue of all this I mpvpl down toward thj slope timid two heists got In uiy way noel grinned at time1 turned back arid tried another rou e but there i was OtthntSorcombe paused and refresh hiinseff casting a glance nj us in which I thought I a of fear re3 IHnn from his experiences Perhaps you say he went on In a slow voice that I might have cut and run for IL That thought occurred to me but I put It off I thought this wits a mistake ou their part which could lhJYfretnkln the truth I thought Id argue It out arid have some food but soon found that for any arguments I had I might as well have talk ll to the wind To beglii with roily two of them under stood store than a sailors English and yjWtheed What Hood had said to them I dont know He had pretty well alien ated them front me befjore tills and they were only thescm earth to begin with but up to now they proved pacific I guess he poured BorneI poison into their curs That dirty Le- vantine breed Is superstitious Perhaps eyebutthat was at the bottom of It Auyhpwv I could not come to terms with them anti so I mint In my place with my back against a lodge of rock mind whistled All right I said Ill dine on It It way hfive been an hour or two later when they prepareid a aleal themselves Up to this It hadnt red to me to woue er where my was coaling froth But just as this notion cume on me I saw Staiuboulos who wan the Worst of the lot approach lug wit a dish In his hand Come this looks better said I Theyre only playing It down on me after rill He came to a halt a yard away and grinning all over his face offered me the dish I wok pretty hungry by this time Hut there was that In this grin which mode me sit up I fixed my eyes on him Yqure a nice sort of scoundrel I said For answer he grinned wjder than ever put of his block wag and slowly drawing n paper frojn his pock dellIberutel down the dish before me and returned hitvn with laughter Sickness wasnt W word for what I felt li kicked the dish away arid stood up a fury yelliu In my belly I was not going to wait This last straw tickled me into action I Tau down the slope toward the trac but quick its 1 was1 Were were three of the tlevie after mt und I am not so fleePas l was once Due of them mJup with nie and jabbed his knife at I got him In the tread with my fist and down he went but before 1 could recover I got a push In the back arid 1when I creItwo long blades gleaming iu my eyes To go farther would have been to lui pule myself on a liuyonet and I drew off and lie ked slowly to the rock again tlnjelwusJdutlemeii I will not go through the series for the time gets on and Ive stork to do with your help But take limit for a sample That one Well you earl multiply that by a eloz en heat at my post till dark Ioufood of course and then Inu art of blind despair of the darkness gath erenl some big BtOltcSiboutmColc- ould use them and break some ejgg shells if nothing more And a little niter that night fell I tell you sirs said Sprcombe in a husky Voice I dont want the horrors J t Set down thepotsonectdisAbefore moot that riJgljitrno not as long as lOtI And whftts moire I dont wont an man sava one to pass such a iblUnst- hut There were things that 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glory It fell over the cavern and got 4it the bushes about me Then It crept on and advanced over the drunken Greeks Sir there they lay anti I never knew It With that hell In my soul and that great fear of death roust- Ing out my nerves Iliad Ilve through a carouse 1 saw them every minute IbewHood tit It wlth ids low mid humble voice Let nie llud hint rotten wjien I BayYesof that nightlast night Mr Great orexand all the while the swine lay drunk 6r numbed- See here gentlemen I came In an hour ago I had hall no food for thlr iyslr hours I have been hunted like zip hunfau being for all that Uqicl was without a weapon I had no means to call for aid I was the sub ject matter of their knives as plain as if I was n post mortem I hebthe glass to his lips and sucked In the spirit greedly Then he resumed more equably i You will see that this could not goon geiytlenien I decided that morning to rub upon the knives if I could do no mire At the first sign of my stir ring lamb ulos was by me with his trees All right I stammered finish me for I was us weak as a cat mid all Ie sweat uHe laughed and went away shak ing another man by the shoulders- I lived through that day somehow but It was not so bad as the night no not by a long way All the while I was snarling like a tiger prepared for a spring and spring I did Look here In the afternoon I guess Itat 4 oclockIstarted but They took use to be too weak 1 think The Levan tine Is as cruel a creature as God made He loves blood but I believe Ifhe Is educated to know starvation Is worse he will choose starvation Stain boulos chow starvation I take It I starved That was a good joke to them as they waited for ttle end of me and thp coming of IIood They were safe enough perched In that high hollow But tarted out I ran down and gained the track Then of sudden I thought they could catch me In the open track and I jumped off Into the forest 4 They wer after minoh yes smart enough the lot ot them I tiiink but I sped through Uicjgrowth lke a tough I was a hare I ten you was upon a cinder truck that was how I felt I Leard nothing and saw little hut pres ently something Clutched me and on the Instant t turned There was noth hug could stop me now I got him mid his neck in my hands and I pulled and squeezed I should have knuckledd the soul lihd the life out of him but had no w gapruir lie raised his handsaw his knife It got me somewhere lJlackptnlnshoWed ButI harderiThen I h was superscnsltlve just them It rah over me suddenly tlnt the game was up All right knife me I thought and the black brute did It struck my shpulder blade and I dropped my bands off himand lay still He ceased Wo drew our breaths deeply I kneivlIwasdonoha said I wanted no bother I lay quletTimer b I was conscious that he was oft me ain stood there looking down Presently there were some feetclose by my head and through my half Opeii eyes I saw there was another of em and he was looking down I didnt care but I must Intro gone off obou t that time for wheii I looked up again there was no qne there and I felt stiff and falit and slclc in m stomach T CHAPTER XXIi EIlCOMBE came tom a pause Thats nil gentlemen he said eastc t was but 1 covered the distance as fast afraidD I was left for dead dead I as to those two brigands and dead I nm reported fo Mr Hood Thats all rjglit I dont regret It It gives me a chance Iee got my hand In now and by thunder Ill keep Itl lie ceased and fell back in his chair while a silence held us for some sec onds Sheppard rose and a itrhis hand In his Impulsive wily Cap tarn youve blotted out a gopd mnnypoin 8 by this story and I dont hesit to to say soon my own be half sercomlJlaccepted his band and laughed AThe trouble Is Mr Shc pard said he that I had to strike the bargain not with you but with 11 Greatorex I wish Id known your feel hags before Are yottnil right I asked What abut i He rose from his seat I pay feed to trifles when Im on real bra ness he declared You must remem n ber thnt it was mainly exhaustion that did for me and thanks to the wine and the good meal and the brandy Im another man Im not cats meat yet and I fancy Ill see other people out before I am he ended significantly Very we lsnld I And now your plans He looked at the cloclr High time tool lie exclaimed Tonight I know- wasrue time fixed but what Lour i didnt hear I guess about dark The f place 1 can find with your aJl15nt there a stream that runs south of these hills Into the Kay There is the stream behind us I answered I believe that wanders out below the town but Ire never traced ft That will be ltainile this sldeof the river itself We can follow the- ourseandc thesoonerthe better Ate we ready j Ready tills moment I answered looking at Sheppunl and Montgom cry who uoddetj Then let us get away We turned to leave the room when r suddenly reimlied what we bud all forgottt n In the excitement of the narrative r nil this precipitate plan of cam palgnIGoo hen vens What about the po llceV 1 hey will be watching for you Serco abe frowned VThls Is nasty he said sitting down again You are right ill they take file They have a warrant I replied Yes yes true Well we must dodge them I reckon the castle can do that If the rustle can stand a siege he said sn illngj As w were Considering Sercombe still wit t hL smile upon his face and the rest of us about the room Shep- ardp leaning upon the buck of n chair there came knock at the door We all star ed hut recollecting that it could be nQ inure than Mrs Main I nswenb to time rap Mrs Main it was but aft rail there was some reason In our st irt of uneasiness Mr Jmesslr wishes to see youhsaljl A shcl gassed round the assembly If that we are anticipated re nmurL pleasantly Did hi ask who was here I In quired Xo sh he said he would like tp see you Very well I iusw red slowly show h Into the library And when Mis Mjlln was gone I sold This br ugj the matter to a point Jones is I ere after you curtain ills meu were watching Of course put in Sheppard theres the outlet rom the treasure chamber Xow tt ere getting at it said Ser combe entity And th only path to that isr by waY of the gu inUooin ldens like as not Jones cue i are Avtffiout I retorted Therbs my room with the secret staircase interrupted Montgomery We look d at him By Jove said ShtPIUUdI Yoiijre fight I said tin t I went off to visit Jones Whpn I fnintl in a most portentous mood laud will his infernal notebook to hnntL 11 bive east a to believe sir said ie coldly siiul in his befit oQicial voice that a n for whom I have a war runt out Is bur ored in the castle Ahf sulil I oolly And who might thatbe seigcaut One ell tain Sercombe sir seen en crlng file caste an hour or so back ly Colistu le Buckle You see u very well posted in thin affairs of my house I answered and lit a cigar tte Perhaps you will be turnI1eli on my heel II felt that this was the only way Iii which to take my friend Jones oHlci ill impertinences He reckoned us for SQrcombes companious The captain haluee i seta to enter and I had no tied use ave to leave the police sergeant w his nvn devices I big your pimlon sir he said I Tact Jfour loave to search tile castle Ev ry inch ofj it I answered Judlf fercntly Ilow ong do you propose to take n fortnight glvefmeyourword Sercombe Is not within the castle lac began I will g ve you nothing not eyqn n compliment on your imagined smart ness I Jut rrupted sharply You are us blind us a but and I will leave you to stumble ibout In your own way hub aims timing will not have and that Is your men t espassing ouiny premises as they did an hour or so ago If you lucre bushnss liars business but If I find tiny one hanging about the cppses I will take my own way wKlHhln Jones stn ted at my ungryfrejoljider and heappjured if little enibarrussed You have your remedy sir ho said but I rondo no answer merely mot lug to thedoor 1 will take your word for it sir he Repeated I have Ii it given It T said Well sir said Jones I bkj you goOd evenii ft c I knew w li enough thin the prospect of flint lnt rmlnable search hud made him wince It Would be folly fur him to undertnlc fnail so lie Withdrew with tills si ght discharge of oourtesles Sheppard met me with the news Montgoinerr hud undertaken the Job of guiding the c ptnln through till gal levy and after that Sercomh was to conduct him to the rendezvous on the river lie Tad given Sheppard purtlcu lars of the laceanti It did not appear as If we c nltl miss It but tiine was passing an 1lit Illl thing was to be ac compllshed Sve must be away Our pushedP IK r were very onerwe fourwonlQnRecas Juslthrough I t loiight I percelvetl UK black shadow of a mint hovering amnoii the bushes nea by and I put him down as Jones At the fcot of time gorge we turned anti followug the road to the right for it quarter of a mile dipped qUickly with time bmid of the brook eastward and for the border of the farther coun ty The fi stpart of the wily took us through tli outlying stretches of the forest that jresently the woods hugged the murglnp uuou either aide slid be t niiKi was open country broKen into fields and pastures with here and there the shlnl g windows of a farmhouse or cottage About this point it occurred to Shepparjl that we were being fol lowed s Gasttilebeam n rustling in the bushes Very well said I If Jones Is after us Jones will have a long tramp and the sooner we dispatch him on It the better What will you do he asked Sit tightsaid I und keep mum Heres an excellent corner for silent 9black nl fol lowed meeWe had Been following a footpath which wound through the coppice close to the stream mid u little distance to the left we sank Into our hiding place and waited Some five minutes after softybehindof sight Dark as It Was I made him out for one of Jones men and my opinion was confirmed by the stealthy manner In which he proceeded Well let him puss I whispered and then follow hint Rustic police are no harm to us Five minutes later we emerged and resumed lour journeys diligently open ing our ears to the sounds of the night but nothing was audible to alarm us and we reached at last a spot where the path ran down to the waters edge nntwoen thick trees Opposite thedark bulk of a little jetty was just discern and beyond that the lights of a house SheppardButthey must have got here before us Lot us wait I suggested und meanwhile we are better in hiding We concealed ourselves among the trees and passed ten minutes in somcI anxiety Wits It possible I mjysolf that Montgomery and Ser c tube had already encountered Hood and his scoundrels with a tragic result Or agaiurbud Jones happened upon them and taken Sorcombe Per haps even the captain laid been dealing treacherously with us till through But these speculations were scattered nt the approach of voices mind a noise of ours in the water which here run deep and wide a mile from its junction with the Ray Wo listened with increased excitement ut as yet nothing was visible In time darkness The bout seemed to draw up at the foot of time path bolpw us and there was tht noise of two landing Its all right Iwjilspeicil to Shep pard Here they arc AndI was on the point of Jumping up when I heard a new sound opposite and a figure rose and stood In the pathway As we strained our eyes 1 NEYER At Sorcombe feet was a pjrostratertyura- to make oit what this might be I heard the approaching feet of the thqrs Then somewhere out of the nigh th su words floated to us Captai Sur combe I arrest you in the name of time queen There was a violent exclamation and the noise of u struggle and aft rwurd ti short cry and a horrid crack Sheppard and I leaped to our feet and reached time path where ten paces Tram the water stood Sercombe and at his feet a prostrate figure What is this I said unxh lisly ldISercombe putting This kirn e Would have valued our whole ventur But reckon Ive given hlui his stomach full Yes you have I said bitterly bonding over the man Hes abput t done Poolil said Sercombe Only struck his head ou a lug Hes all right Dont waste time over such swine And ho made for the bout where I could per celve Montgomery I stopped him Uiiderstnnd this CnpbUn Sercombe I saidI am liot here o lJr ilk iniiocc It helm l1a or to 1m puril honest lives and If as you say dendicared for- Sercommbe laughed harshly You are so Infernally particular Mr Great 0rex limit have your way Very well said I then I will take him over to the house yonder We curried the unfortunate man aboard the boat and pushed her off Montgomery punting to the Jetty There we lauded the body Suddenly SOl combe stopped This is my affair he said not yours You wont be able to show yon r faces after this If joure mixed up It Besk es I may Jfet definite particu lays as U Hood if I go up He silt uldered the unconscious form of time p llcemau as he spoke llndde parted staggering under his burden In a llttl he carne bnckiIts all right he paid easily frlendlorUl niid no has iirdmlscd to Tool after min till return am to call In an hours time He laughed And Ive found agolitbent Theres somegood In qhnflty aft er nil Anti once more he laughed U the word Montgomery and Shep pti rd bent to time Pars and the nose of downstreamI CHAPTER XXII U now snldl to Montgomery please explain I think we none of us contemplated a boating expedition Where are we iHoods got on before us you know h explained eagerly Captain Ser cpmbe and r got away safely and reach edthis ferry twenty minutes before yqu but the boat bad gone askedjThlitR I reckoned we mig nub Hood In the not but we came itoolntp by ten mln Ifcs I recognized the place from his- drcrfPtlon For the matter of that find but there was no boat T mat meant we must carry the expedi tion a stage farther ere we could drop on him Presently Montgomery and I hr ppened upon this tuba bit lower dcwn Shes no great shakes but sheHp dq to conic up with him And when we eto said Sheppard fl dont want tc put too flue a point oil It sirsaid Sercpmbe but It mbaus cutting out and if we are not prepared for cutti out why we had bqst turn the nose of the boat ups xeam again v lJutSIWhir oats if anything a trifle more S martiy J Were not going taturu backS now If snlt1Vewfl are and what we have to expect I think lrc Greatorex that you- mnty expect treasure said Sercombe- with a laugh fHoods got a load thoughtottlJeJugfoHowcl down the river tliiaSj certain paldle alone too quick having acargo On the other Laud he does not want daylight on hIm Hell imike where hes bound for by night and under the stars Now I dare say you ge itlemen know these parts better than I What point do you put ou it Give him six hours jl suggested and that will fetjch us Into the early morning Montgomery how far do you reckon n boat w uld get by 3 In the morning Montgomery paused on his oar and considered 1I- tought to get near Portagree said he at lust And where mty that be asked Sercombe 4In the mouth of the Sevjrtf lu the estunrytf oiubts thoughtfully what will happen then And 1 should like to know what my friend Hood ht s got in his head The sky as he vy with low belly Ingvclouds and scarce a breath of air stlrr We raced between the banks as ItvWeKe through a wild moorland and some 8BAttere l voices of the dunk reached us sJlttje after there was jar and It shock tt sent us fill sprawl- Ing In the bottom the tub Sercombe who wasln the bows put out his armsIIts u boom e stud XThis Is a iutcrI N ciar y tlieXboat round said Shepi and X Did Hood do you supposer Is asked No I think nit said Sercombe Uid like to see the party that would carry that cargo Yes youre tight Where Hoods beenwecan go If he has been said Sheppard Serconibo made no answer but pulled tlie bout along the boom Its wood he said and I mako no doubt but its old and tired Any dingey went pthrough find no break though L a on thetub and try 1 SClC HuggetJtedt ed Blowsy Shos hot I admit he said dubiously but Itp all weve got You are afraid pf her splitting upi huts so but Anyhow lets risk It Drive boys when I give the word We backed put and pulled up the stream null 1 set her nose full on Howl sold Sercpmbe and the ours struck the waterj together With a sighing groaning noise the tub dipped her snout l o the water and It hum med about ffcr sides Now shouted Sercombe again I leaned forward to the stroke and In the next second the blow came She stru kanti staggered recoiling mid shivering In every beam But Ser combe in the bows who had been almost precipitated into the stream cried out in triumph Shes through the booms given somewhere That was true ijs wo found put immediately for the current bore the dingey down oncej more upon the log and wltiitt raspiyg noise and a jerking movement she slipped over Its lucky Umt the wood was rotten sold Scrcoinbe I dont believe our tub would have stood another ounce I think we mint thank Hood too I remnrkedI aOh well thank him when we meet him said Serconbe cheerfully and the sooner we our devoirs the bet ter So lets buckje to Continuedj next week whoFfing cough are con Bath county arid got HUMOR OF THE HOUR Fnmlllnr A large touring automobile containing n man and his wife In narrow road met a bay wagon fully loaded The woman declared that tile farmer must back out but her husband contended that she was unreasonable But you cant back the automobile 80 far she saittanti I dont intend tot move for anybody Ho should have eeeiius The hu band pointed out that this was Impossible owing to nn abrupt turn In the ad I dontcare she Insisted I wont move If we have to stay hero all night The mail In the automobile was start Ing to argue the matter when the farmer who had been sitting Quietly on the bay Interrupted Never mind sir he exclaimed Illtry to beck out Ive got one just like her at homeV Philadelphia Ledger The City Slave If you want to get fat why dont j you go to tile country to live where the food Is more wholesome said the city physician I tried that once And didnt It work ago The food was all right but 1 worried myself thin to think I wasnt back Jn the city Detroit Free Press Old Story Bender So you null your wife have agreed to disagree eli What was the trouble Ilounder Too much motherinlaw Bender What did she do Rouu ervery tlnie I told my wife a fairy story the old lady would get next and put her wfse Chlcagp News Strictly Bafilnomi Mny I ask if I am In the market for a bid for your affections asked the youth who did everything in a busl nesslike way You must go to par before I can take any stock in your otTer answered the duUful brokers daughter BalU morq American A Contributor I should lIke to contribute more than Ido to conversation said young Mr Muddle Your mere presence contributes something replied Miss Cayenne Conversation you know Is madq up of polite n6thlngsWasl1I- ngton Star A Gentle Illut LYou ought to have something romid our throat to protect It from theI drafts Shc Yes a diamond and pearl col laret wouUrdo nicely A Lon 11enory LendersSee herejs Borroughs dont be ungrateful I loaned you 5 a few days ago remember tlm and remem her Unit you still owe It toine iJorroughs I assure you Lenders I expect to remember tlmt as long os I live Philadelphia Ledger N Vied Up- I ouldJke he said to do som Uilug to cem ut our friendship Im afraid she replied that you never can Youre so stuck on yourself that I dont see where any more ce meat Is to come iomChl ago Re PrdIerald Sensational rMiss AutumnI shall never forget my sensaUous when I first had a than at my feet Miss Spyte How interesting my dear Miss r trouble corns or bunionsLippincott Magazine Another Bond Issue- TomW1ats thiitA two dollar bill You told me this morning you wer eIbroke Jack Well I want you to understand that Japan Isnt the only one that cnn borrow mopey Somervllle Journal lTho World Its tru indeed remarked Kwofer that one half the world doesnt know how the tierhalf lives Perhats but they have their suspicions replied Kriox Boston Tran script Hard Indeed Hes a hard fellow tbget along with j Whols The ossified man Cleveland Plai Dealer Abend of the Game Yeast Is he behind with his Callor Crlnjsonbeak No Hes three suits ahead I believe Yonkera statesman r IdeoeoeOeoeoeoe DiQ non e eTN aI G Water j 1 8 Power Roller Mills I2 J MAKES THE R 5 JBEST FLOIJAiJTHE o e Q atn In Springfield ands many othersections of Washington g 2 county our brands aresold JIq1rD CHAPLIN KY 2 QafQeQeQQQQ Shoe Repairing i lam located in the wholesale harness ampreparedrepairing at the most reasonable ptices ADOLPH ZAHNZINIER 17 The deaf and dum shoemaker OeOOOeOeoodOebeOle e e THE FIRST n W- a 0 0 National Bank f ciOF ZaIE CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 naJaL B Cnln Ass tCmishier R E FoSter Bookkeeper DIRECTORS a lLowisSidneya ooll a 1I We grarft every favor consistent 0 havettO bank we invite your patronage a oQQ eQoeQpQQI Q C 31 Turner Lee RlleyJr i t TUAIEY RltEYT i LIVERY FEED AND iSALE STABLE Springfield Kyi Nice OutfitsFor Traveling Men Po 18 0000Q000000000000000000000 YOUNEEDIT SALVE CUR S Youne fdit Salve manjlfactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodger vile Kyis one the very few salves which absolutely wonederfurcurative properties Dr Thomas now has oXfile in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people wlu have been cured or greatly enefitedthepast cYear This is a newssz Ivei having been on the market about Qear and the 1426 testimonials come as result pftftf sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Uodgenvill Ky t JOHN Y AYES funeral Di ector And f Licensed Enbalmer d SPRINGFIELD xENTuGJrY ic 1nBest Attention EverY courtsey h Wn eenaLtskitsTelephone Dayi 3 t lI TIr t 8 ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 28 190iA + W + Mt + +1tt WI J I iieeu tl t + iIt Garden SeedsFr- esh fnew stock Our prices are as low as the lowest t1 Give us a call before buying Lent Orders I We are prepared witha fujl line of gcodsto fill youf + Lenten Orders wI Itit Rice Evaporated Apricots Prunes 4 IrO i I 10atFlakesRolledGritgTomatoesi t inKitsN lit t JOhnson McCabe iur wWtEt I LI1SEY Mrs EL Wilson is spending several weeks withh grandmother Mrs Mary Thompson at the Grundy Orphanage Mrs ulinLeachman was the guest of Mrs Minnie Reed last week Mr Will Thompson and wife have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Lill VanArsdale who is attend ing school in Springfield spent Satur day and Sunday with her parents Mrs Ed Birch who has been very sick is betteif Henry Graham of Sharpgville spenl Sunday night with Mr A L Litsey j Hugh and Harvey Leachman at tended church at Willisburg Sunday Several from this place attended court Monday- Miss Annie Claybrooke will begin a hree months school at Pleasant Grove iha first Monday in March Mr Tom Trent has moved his store from near thig place to Polin Success to The Sun with its bright newsy pages H1LLSBORO Mesdames Nannie Scott and Errtm- Coulter were in Mackville Friday Mrs Mary Hines spent Friday a Mackville Rev W E Sutherlandspent Sunday with J M Montgomery and family Miss Mary Agnes Hines attended church at Will sburg Sunday Sam Montgomery and wifevisited at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday Quite a large crowd from here at tended County Court Misses Flossie and Pearl Armstro Bowel Trouble is a sure sign that your digestive organs are overwork d too hhavi- lburdenc in a statt ofrebellipn Itisaserl ous condition and i neglectedmgravest character Death not infrequently ensues as th penalty for thinking that the trotibli unuaIstedconditiondontInvite t Dearest druggist and buy a bottle of Dr CkldwellsLaxaun PepsinIt d inost effective r in the world for all bowel and stomach troubles pleas penetratingIt and instantly corrects it The confined gases are released fer mentation is stopped and the affected locality soothed and strengthened DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN halfdollar IttIoesk Your postal card request Will bring by felon CALDWELLBOCK t 9 Wondetl1ll1M1bdy PEPSIN SYRUP CO bMentIeno IHlHtls Still IIThl M Gross Drug Store 1 titi jc ir t attended hurch at Willisburg Sunday tryirtlrtoceived a ick from the animal which resulted i i two broken fingers Mr Lewis Clark shipped his toj acco last week Davis C row has moved into the house with his brotherinlaw Thomas Mcll voy Mr Th mas and family of thisplace visited relatives at Springfield Sunday W Pi erritt delivered his tobacco at Springfield last week Robt Mattingly is delivering his crop of tobacc at Mackville Mr Henry Graham spent Sunday at the home f J T Praither r F G Noel will have a saw mill i this vicini y ere many days farmcrsbackJ M Shields and J 11 Montgomery were in lmringfield Saturday on bus mess SYCAMORE VALLEY A good many farmers have sowed their toba co beds aud several have been plowi g and the valley is full of business Iao i s attendetd rt y Coleman Settles bought a cow from Henry Settles for 30 El1iry Sims and Ali Maiad tnman were isitors at J C ties last Su day V Mr find Irs Marshall Keeling visi ilgle Misses JdsseNoell and Mollie Crook were Oie pleasant g eats of the Misses Armstrong inday Mr and Mrs Davis Crow of Illinoi- have returned to the Valley to make their home his Year We gladly the come them n our midst Mrs J S Inman is on the sick list Misses M ud find Evie Inman attend SurdWe saw a flock pf yild geese going North last veek In olden times it was brokenfomery passed tore gh the Valley en route to Cornishville where they were called to the bed side of their uncle Mr James Hedger Rev McDonald has been visiting the Valley for s jveral days We were tfrry toRear of the dea of our sherilT DrnatZPowult Rev E Sutherland Chai1 Hines and J Montgomer httentfartho iunerai Mrs J M Shields is on the sick list We think we can report some wed dings In the Valley seen VisitedBrooksvilleThe Sun s lines brightly in our home every Thurs ayand edont see ho- we W could do it The End of The World Of troubles hat robbed E II Wolfe of Bear Grove Las fall usefulness came when he be an taking Electric Bitter- He writes Two years ago Kidney greatsuffenngwhichI taken Elect ic Bitters They also cure me of Gener il Debility Sure cure all or Stomacl and Kidney complaints Bloc tl diseases Headache Diz ziness and V eakness or bodily Haydonsdrug LITTLE BEACH Mr EL Perkins and wife of jen S1pdaywithH P Lawrence sold to Dolph Bar ricks one horse for 90 The little daughter of Mr and Mrs W C Roe who has been very ill is bet ter at this vMisssontpn one day last week H S Litsey and daughter were in Lebanon Thursday on business Mr John Barnes and wife visited the latters father at Hillsboro last Satur day and Sunday Mr J A Young has moved into the house vacated by W T Head We ar glad to welcome Mr Young into ou midstMr G W Fenwick sold his fine mac to parties of Marion county for 45000 bThursday nMrSunday with the latters father Mr H S Litseyr FAIR VIEW Mr Preston Moore and wife were in Springfield one day last week Miss Ella Craney of Willisburg is the guest of her uncle F M Craney Mr and Mrs Ed Yocum visited th Tatters patents at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday Mrs James Truaxs mother is visit ing her this week Poultry1 Point Eggs being 74 per cent water tile everhourPeas and oats are a good nil nroun food Oats furnish gimp they slake horse trot a hen cackle and nroostcr r crow to beat the cnrs This food con tributes to the albumen In the idiite Have plenty of oyster fhell grit nn a dish of slaked lime should be set near by- South Carolina rock Is ngoo l loursiextermlnntor and disinfectant The bens like to burrow In it nmlwlth the drpsslng It rushes n vniunble fertilizer Kerosene combined with carbolic net should be used every Saturday to den the roostlug devices American 0ultl vatori Care of Laying Hen Keep the bone mill busy all winter says Country Gentleman Grind u every scrap of meat bone dry bread arid provisions of all kinds that poul try will eat Into small pieces mid fee d to them This helps to provide tit animal food so prevalent In summer r niul so scarce In winter This Is tbe teln that so In tic nhcayn3 profitable to save all sijch waste an feed It to the fowls niter passing It through the bone cutter Nothing will pay so well as this kind of care and attention to laying hens r J Cottonnecrt Meal For Hewn Dp not overlook the feeding value cottonseed meal for closely fowls This meal Is an almost pert artthe substitute for meat scraps which are highly recommended by all wh have grown fowls under close confine ment An ouncp n day Is good feed for ftgrown fowl It should he mixed with cornmeal or some porridge or dough Farm and Ranch UnlnliiK Turkey The breed of turkeys raised does not make so much difference as the breed of chickens Any kind of turkey t1 bring tHe market price If Itls plum and fnt although the Bronze seeing to ssbe the best nil around breed mid t blooded stock fntten more quick alai nt lows expense tlmn the comman run of tools Hoiv to Tike Cnre or Plioen A shoe should be witsheu every no v oiledocrnlght brlllianssec be too nentthe lire for It WI 1becomC hard and stiff Tho way to save a shoe thnt Is wet from an early jjrave Is to wlle1t off then app nil oil or creum by menus of a so piece of flannel or cloth Wear old shoes in bud wenthor Intent leathers sliould nevF be handled untpurniC d and they van be niul bright by crenm rubbed Inby a cloth or by the palm of the hnml which Is better How to Clenn Onk l To Icon old oak whether furniture or paneling dust It thoroughly nt tlien trash it with wnnii beer using soft brush for the carving says t Republic aiennwliile boil thtogether two quarts of beer ore qua cohrilI dissolved then npplytbl with n lar soft brush nnd when this Is quite dry nib It till bright With clean soft cloths Some people after washing thee onk shore when dry polish It with n clot slightly sprinkled with parnflln llotr to Keep Cheese Frlh Wet a cloth In vinegar wring It out as dry as possible with the hands and wrap It around cheese then put ti Ilcoolplace a keepsas HOTT to Develop the C1lelilt naturaldrem m her to drew long deep breaths that tn fate It and draw In the abdomen Par shea Is out walking In the clear cool air should she remember to breathe deeply THE VETERINARY I The turning up of tbfc toes of jiheep Is not n disease but only a result of neglect to clip the toes by the proper toe clippers and keeping the sheep In wet pasture in the suttimerl Sheeps toes need regular attention or the sheep ill go louse and the reatttltwtll bje loss condition due to tine pain and In ability to go about frcelfci Wet pasture Is very Injurious to the fceet Alitrrtlon In Riven Sinut will cause tibo tlon In ewes It It Is eaten any short time before the lambing time and the smut w111 pre vent the ewes from getting with tomb cornesaysrs otherkIn breeding condition tang not he hurt the smut which Is icojmmonly eaten by sheep or cattle If therein not blbortlotitovercrowding the ewes In the pens In jury by the butting of the rams on the Hanks of the ewes Is also a frequent cause but the most contmon cause of losing lambs Is by the enlist on Ufo fodder fed to the ewes Nothing but pre ventlou Is of any meIWorm In ilijKM smalletract of splkella and sauna every tiou Hours until scourlirg Is fljrotlucocl ilh- dose fang be lessened or Increased according to size of pigs Latter dose f for shotes say of fifty wounds weight For worjns In hogs arid In fact all wine turpentine is effective when giv en at the rate of one teaspoonful In slop three mornings In succession for ttieightI3reMlacrs Cntnrrh In IurNun S out nostrils once wit h cnd chloride of lime under hiiy In manger Mix one Brian of dried Btilphnteuof Iron n food night and morning for ji week then In siuue way use drum of pow dered snip lUte of copper Cor another potmsat with these brae treatments until hors is cured At the same tune feed wen on onts brnn nnd hay and allow Alen of outdoor exercise Itemctty For Sheep TIckS Iins souse g the n of tIlts and nt same time sulphur sho lId be mixed In iced says Breeders beeen u some success P ping Is far the most effective treatment but Is dangerous In cold weather unless sheep can be kept In bnrn with stow0 cds rsome days n sener proposition dipping at this time of tlio rear Is out of the question how to Due Almond 1ue fnWanning Use almond meal tile skiofn get wrinkled It is soap thin takes out nlf the natural Make n paste of this meal ami NanDd n and light colored cutting the pal m It1thesoap Rinse several times wash again with the almond meal niyj warm water rinse and dry nnd rub with cold cream J Ronen for the rubbish heap milt be completely re ly1t s sa the stc m of the rosesJna tumbler of water a then place the tumbler and roses in a vessel of sufllcient size to allow thee tire bouquet to be covered cover t vessel tightly ant leave undisturbed for twentyfour hQurs By that t the roses will be found all fresh and froeru d J1with artificial flew HoTrN J WfiMli Pitch Pine weljffthe a ooclms little as possible aft which polish well 1tba mixture equal part of linseed ell ahd In gar Fear r PonltryJ Never fecal spoiled or tain ed food fowls if you wish to avoid disease Clean up nil moist and ma h food re maining titter the fowls hare tlnish eating It the chickens are oustpat tdgive them more green fool If din r generphus pullets fed too much animal food will begin to lay before they tare their chidlggerest of the brood are well feathered need more animal food A94repare For had Ve tiler eeryJelkthe broken window paries replaced tho poulttGetting ready for winter In season i- senoln bad job but this iwnilting until anythinghutpensant Mnrlretlnjc Turkcr Some turkey raisers Quo It more prbf DelykeeptlJeeigbt and subsequently command a better price Subscribe for The Sun 100 year LONG RUN t The farmers of this section are very busy burning tobacco beds and prepar in their ground for another crop George Russell purchased cow and calf last week for 40 Messrs Eugene and Herbert Harmon of Enido have typhoid fever This is seven lat Mr Hu family that have had the fever since February 5 Elvian Perkins has returned from a visit to Illinois Mr Charlie Cocanougher and wife spent several days with his grandmother last week Mr Arvin Arnold having sold his farm to Obe Pope moved last week to the old Dorsey farm near Enido Miss Josie Coyle of Springfield is visiting her sister Mrs Lucy Young this week Mrs Laura Best and daughters spent Sunday with Mrs Lettie Russell Mr Charlie Kimberlin of Louisville visited his sister Mrs Laura Russell Sunday Mrs Frances Staton of Pottsville visited her mother one day last week We would like to hear from the Deep Creek and Prathers Creekcorrespon dentsiGalveston Sea Wall makes life now as safe in that as Goodloeeon co Heswrites I have used Dr Kings New Discovery for Cousumptisn the past five years and it keeps me well and safe Before that time I had a cough which for ars had been growing worse Now its gone Cures chronic Coughs La Grippe Croup Whooping Cough and prevents Pneumonia Pleasant to take guaranteed at C J Hay dons drug store Price 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Springfield Market Bncon Haiiw 15c SfdesLJWc 1 Bevswnx 21o per pound Btottor 15c too per pound ChickpiiH Hens o Spring 9c Dried tipples 5c per pound eDucks5 c per poundICorn Meal 75c to iror bushel per dozen isFeathers 45c per pound Flour3LliOtoi Ginseng 751 i or IJOtmdfOrain Wheat Ra corn Oc Oats HldesQreon 9Hc to 10J4c Lard lOc por j ounclNLimoOOc to 4loo per barrel 3111 products Bran 80 Hljipstuff 100 rot 100 pounds Potatoes Country Onlon8100SI1t 8185 barrel TnrkoysH10 per pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar a c to Ia pergallon Wool ifutry and greasy l4V4c clear of gruaso 20o tub vashed 2c Country Sorghum45c to Qeeso COcnpcico SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head alt persons Who are sub scribers to The Hun may insert tree of charge othont eLand for lo or for rout not included but in iii another deprfrtment of the paper at corn low rates S T Ray Lebanon Route 3 has for sale a pair of 5yearold mules16 hands high SpringfieldDuroc male hog T K Smith Springfield has for sale a good work firstclass driver Also a good rubber tire buggy forJBrown Laghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 f0her fomer sale 6y post Gilbert Carpenter Springfield has for sale some good work hqrses R A Wheatley Route 2 has for sale an extra good mare Works everywhere fine driver In foal j S M Campbell Springfield has to foofJ R Conner Fredericktown has ro r sale two good mares One 1GJ lands 4yearsiodriver Ll M Gregory Springfield Ky R polaredchinamare in foal to B B Leachmans fine Jack NoIllBuff Orpington Cockerels csMrs CL Grundy Springfield Ky BrownLegholllat once NHITESCream Vermifuge THEGOIRIHTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST MOLOUIS For sale by C J HVdom SprlngCeii s HE SPRI 6FIELDf MONUMENT GO 1 r r Will locate in Spnngfield about purposelofTombstpnes l y shop will be located on Main street near the ilvitedtoThe wcjrk will be executed in Springfijeld and ill in every re spect equal tY at of the large cities Pries Reasonable Ii rIii a JT t aoQOOO O O O HA YDON I e c BURTON I UNDERTAKERS SPRINGFIELD i0 KENTUCKY eIt aoOur very best a tention will be Igiven and ever courtesy I shown e a tct tftirl oQeo oooeorQ Meats Belo we print a sort of a taeatjdirectbrjq Anything you want any timje yoi want it Roast ttlkI r Roast Pork Chops fresh Sausaji Muttin Roast ChopsVIII Vial Chops Vial Cutlatts Pickled Pit Put BolognaHam Breakfasts can Meatay0jstars CARPENTERS Mdat Market j 1 Announcenentsmots icntralJniainS Ilin Double rDaily ope best trains with Dining Cant Chair Cars and Sleeping Cars from Chicago St Loins Cincinnati and L uisville south to The best road for ofdNew OrleansVlcksbu g Gulfport Miss Hammond La Mardi Gras at New Or cans Feb 17 06 Gulfport is a Mexci in Gulf Coast resort the nes fine Great Southern Hotel Regular ocean steamship Bailings from New Orleans for callnabpve HAVANA VIA NEW RLEANS Havana Cuba is best reached via the Illinois Central throu h service to New Orleans and the newt ocean liner twinsere nineteenknot- S S PRINCE Aft HUR Wednesdaylatat sunrise Friday morning Extremely low one way and round LouisianathudTuesday ridsIDaflySleepingto Memphis FULL PARTICULARS conce all the above can be had by addressing F W HARLOW AI f Louisville Ky I