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H t i m J prlugtt1 bi LI t r jlDEVOT n TO TilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY c I j fI J VOLUME IIi SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 j I NUytl4 MUCH ENJOYED Was thePlay at the Opera House Last NightLargeI Crowd Out The entc rtainment given at the opera house our home boys and girls last Friday night was a genuine success form start to finish They acquitted themsebves gloriously and the oldest theatre gOers are ready to admit that the performance was one of the best ever given here The Church Across The Way a Pastorial play in four acts completed the evenings entertainment The play was as good as a sermon and despite the very inclement weather which the month of March alone can produce it was witnessed by a large crowd of people from this townand vi cinity The play was s0 well presented that it would have ben a difficult mat ter to have persuaded strangers in the town that they were not witnessing a play given by a real traveling mpilny Miss Lydia McElroy was excellent in the leading part although a long and difficult one handled it with rare skill andexcelled in many ways others who have appeared here in similar parts Her acting and appearance were admir able throughout The Village Gossip as played by Miss Catherine RusSelL was a genuine treat and her every appearance was the signal for an outburst of approval from the large audience present Miss Russell seemed perfectly at east and the costumes worn by her simply im mense Miss Sue Ray Lebanon madea very pleasing appearance and sang and act ed her way into the good graceS of all While her part was not a long one she played it exceedinglyWell Charles Greene appeared in the role of a detective and his part was a hard one but he played it in fine style Charley looked like a real actor and acted like one and delighted his many friends present byhis clever work Will Waters was the doctor and h made a fine one He acted well and made a handsome appearance jXynn Bush was the escaped convict andohn Roberts the country sheriff BbtK of these young gentlemen played their parts in a highly satisfactory manner Frank Noe as Aunt Biny the colored servant brought down the house He was irresistibly funny and his makeup was a revelation Edmond Barrett who directed th play appeared as the minister and his acting was enjoyed The musical numbers between th acts were features The Misses Hay don and Johnson appeared in musical selections Both possess rich voices o rare quality and delighted all who wer fortunate to hear them Messrs Noe and Watert in their specialty convul sed the audience with laughter Thes- boys would be a success any where All left the op ra house at the close of the entefiainnrent well pleased Mr Theo Campbell and Mr Chas Greene who arranged the entertainment ar congratulated dn bringing to a successful issue one of the best shows eve given in our littl city l SCOTT 1 MA YES Mooresville Democrats WantHim to Make Race For f State Senate +Mooresville Ky March 3We were sorry that the Hon T Scott Mayes quit the uses for Congress We should have liked very much to have voted for him Now that it wont be long until we will have to make a nomination for the State Senate and as it is Washing ton countys time to furnish the nominee I desire to Scott Mayes in nomination The Democrats down this way are for him and would be glad to have him accept the nomination He would make the district and the State an able represenative What do you Democrats in other sections of the county think about this Lets hear from W OE youT4a Daily Herald J f AND SUNI 200 Death of Mr Adams Mr Willis Adams one of the countys m sthonored and well known citizens id at his home at Fenwick Monday ni jht at 10 oclock of general debility H j had been jn ill health for several months He was aged about 68 years ar d had resided at Fenwick for many years There were lew men in Wash in ton county better liked than he hew charitable aud upright a devout C ristian gentleman being a member of the Catholic church here from which ch rch funeral services were conducted morningIncemetery The deceased leaves a wife and four children to whom the people extend condolence IfiR J HpEDELEN PC rmerly of Springfield Attack led IIJOakland bal February 26Choked an chloroformed by thugs J H Ede lin a money lender doing business at 17 8J Seventh street struggled in the gr isp of highwaymen forfive minutes tonighl before he succumbed to thee sets f the drug When he recovered consciousness he found that he had been robbed of 382 in gold coin and about 9 worth of jewelry Edelin had Seen paid a large amount of money by A T Perry and Josesh Sil era both living at 717 Hopkins str etr East Oakland These two men had borrowed a sum of money frori hsome time ago and were in thi habit of paying him installments on th 126thof each month The payments felt due today and Edelen thinks tha t they talked of their cbming payment perhaps showed their oney in the pre ence of other people and that thos whsaw them do this knew Edelen tenight The two men had been em plo ed by the Paraffinej Paint Company at Smeryville Tbnight at 915 oclock I N Dori ma i who lives in the same house with- Ed 1en at 1376 Webster street was returning home from town when he saw tw men in front of this address stroll ing leisurely along AS he approached he heard one of the men say Too tall cut it out Do man is a few minutees r was ac same two men on the lawn in front of bean d rob ed On meeting the men Edelen ste ped aside andwas immediately aboutearms rho ed him and held fa handkerchief noseest for t five minutes before he was overcome jigClives at 1358 aned sou on pavement thre out saw two men str ggling with a third in their grasp As soon as he appeared at the window tie two men who were dressed in rough ark clothes ran off southward on Webster street He immediately telephoned to the police station stating what he had seenSel geaiijt Henderson and Policeman KY1 wert sent immediately to the scene Hodgkinwa dering somewhat dazed on the street and learned his story Q ppppepppPPpoo Tie Daily HeraldA- ND the Sun ONE YEAR 200IfIJooeoooeaeooeoeo FOURTH DIS TRICT HtSTOkYi t t The Game of Politics as Played Several Years AgoU9W Some of Congressman Have Won Out l III t t lIz hetiltown News r Ben Johnson running for the first tme for Congress has a clear track without opposition and is not likely to any Sucha thing has never hap- ened in the Fourth District before John Young Brown was nominated on account of a dead lock between other candidates Proctor Knott was nominated the same way for the first term Tom Robertson Was nominated in a convention which lasted nearly a week udge Montgomery won out in a hard primary and Dave Smith was nominated for his first term after the convention had been dead locked for more than a week Johnsons luck is remarkable Had Dave Smith withdrawn from the race a week before Johnson announced there would have been a field full of candi dates and a convention instead of a pri mary ordered In this event it would have been anybodys race As it was Smith was for a primary and his friends on theCommittee were for what he wanted Johnson also wanted a primary and his friends on the com mittee were for a primary Incons- equence when Smith withdrew the very day the Committee riiet a primary was ordered On the surface it looks like Johnson knew that Smith was going to withdraw but such was not the case and he only knew it a few hours before it was publicly announced in the papers It was a combinatio of cir cumstances such as lwe have never known to have occurred in politics be fore and can probably be called John sons luck Dave Shitths first nomination turned also on a very small thing The con vention was held in Elizabethtown and lasted for more than a week There were three candidates smith Murray and Sweeney They each had about the same number of instructed votes It was apparent that Murray preferred Smith over Sweeney and that Smith itstook a week for Sweeneys friends to find out this and nobody knew certainly where Sweeneys strength would go if Smitheor most of it as the final ballot showed Smiths friends had about given tip oria certain ballot practically aItof his vote went to Murray and he was announcedwA recapitulation was called for which showed the vote recorded as cast The secretarys figures were given to the Chairman of the Convention Charles McChord He had the right to an nounce the result and declareMu the nominee He however recognize- W H Sweeney who changed his Own county of Washington to Smith The Excuses Written for the Sun I think The Suns Little Sermons ar migtty good and Id be powerful glad leetlee stronger Now I haverit much learn in and I have never tried to preach sermon from the pulpit in my life bu Ive been trumpin round on this mun dane sphere for nigh on to fifty year and Ive observed some mighty curious things and the one Ive been ruminat jn about today is excuses u Now its been my experience th i when a Brother is asked to grant a favor to his fellowman and he cant peer tar enough into the future to see that the grantin of it could in some way be made profitable tp himself hat nine times out of tenhe begins to fame an excuse to deceive the other and justify himself Ive noticed too that its abWt the same way with some people about going U meetini Law Law If I havent heard some of the thinest excuses when some standin up brother was intertogated auout his uoaence mchrch His health the weather and the roads pre seated unsurmountable obstacles this tvo when I thought the weather pretty lair But the next day the wmd was clashing Y mH 1gedbackSmiths nomination was in the hands of McChord and i turned upon having a Chairman fienidly to him at that time McChprtf had the right after tMurrayheallow counties to change He chose the latter and that nominated Smith who was really tile choice of the Con vention There was however a bitter protest and Srnith w4s not allowed to speak to the convention Bryan had been nominated tor President and the troubled waters were smoothed over and Smith wont the election easily But he got his first nomination by a shave and awful close one Tom Robertsonj won his first nbm iriation dead locked convention at tQw l There were five other candidates McKay of Nelson Cunningham cf Washington Wal ker of Ohio Hobbs of Bul itt and Butler of Meade i bi Kay had the most votes to start witih There were 128 ballots before there was a change On the 129th ballot Butler was withdrawn and his five votes from Meade went to McKay Then Hobbs was withdrawn and his four votes were divided be tween the remaining four candidates Following this a resolution was passed to drop the candidate having the few est number of votes McKay had enough votes to drop anyone of his op CUlninghamthe nomination of Robertson McKay RObertjsonout of county was instructed second for Robinson and he also got the largest part of Washing ton I took still another turn to nom inate Robertson Walker would be the next man dropped and he could nomi nate either Robertson or McKay GenSamWalker and cast the vote of the county for Robertson This ended the fight and Robertson w nominated but he won out by good luck and was twice in th Jllme hole J Montgomery beatj Robertson after he had served two terms in the most strenuous primary ever held in the dis trict It is also a remarkable fact that the three members of the most Distinction from this district since the war were Knott MontgtfnTSTjfahdSmith That each one of them served five terms ofdwas the most fortunate djf the three in this respect window panes und dont you know these same brethren took their lives in their h n4and drove ten twelve and fifteen miles respectively to beat county consistea Now what I was ruminatin about is this Will these excuses stand the tes colica thte precising eryheartfor sd many neglectpd duties o my fellow readers it mteht be wel to fore its too late atsee clear through these groundless excuses he darsent say anything but it will be otherwise with the Judge of ajLlthe earth He can see through them and as they are usually falsehoods lie will not accept them iUNCLE JOHN Dead Under the Snow IyLebanon Enterprise Wesley Lewis about 60 years old n negro who lived nearfound dead early Tuesday morning Feb 27 by Mr Ben Luckett a prominent farmer who lives about eight miles from this city on Arbuckles Creek When found Lewis was lying frozen stiff off the roadside with his head resting up against Mr Lucketts fence HJ had been dead five or six hours when discovered j i r Death of Miss Johnson Miss Alice Johnson of the Mclntire neighborhood died at the home of her brother Monday of a hemorrhage of the lungs Although she had heen in ill health for several weeks her death was quite unexpected The deceased was a member of the Catholic church and was an excellent Christian She was about twenty two years old Her parents have been dead for many years arid she had made her home with her brother Funeral services occurred at St Rose this mornihg WORKING ROADS j Thad Cheatham Offers Some Suggestions and Gives v Some Plan POLIN KYJ March SEditor Sun The road commissioner is now ready to let the public roads out to contractors for the Year and I would like to suggest that each farmer whose farm joins the roadsto have the privilege to work the said road as far as his farm extends along it I have observed that there are a num ber of men that get the contracts for working the roads every year Others that are interested in good roads are denied the privilege J6 better their con dition The men whose farms lie along the roads usually nave plenty of rock that they would Put on the road if they d01witment of the road that passes his own door or farm The contractor is denied the right to haul the rock off of other mens farms consequently theyare compelled to haul the metal for a long distancesome times two or three miles This is bound1 to be expensive It is not the contractor that suffers by this mode of work but it is the road It fails to reo ceive itsproper amount of wgrkand the result is that a patch of rock here and there are covered double deep with dirt to make a half show to the public It is a shame to see money expended as it is upon some roads and as long is a fewcontractors are allowed the exclusive privilege of working the roads they will remain the rough patched up things they are Yours Truly THAD CHEATHAM l CIRCUIT COURTI I1AProbably Be In Session a Week Longer Circuit court is still in session hav ing reconvened Mondav after an ad Wednesday Criminal Jcommonlaw and equity cases are be ing taken up and disposed of by Judge Thurman in his usual brisk and busi ness like wayl Yesterday the case of Farris frs Goode a common 1fiw action for joss sustained by Farrris because of hi sheep having been killed by dogs w taken up The evidence and argument occupied two days The jury re plaindYesterday in the case of F E Keel ing trustee etc vs John1 Wall otter nets Rives of Lebanon and VC wand C C M Chord of this place ar gued as to what should be to the con struction placed on the will of the late Catherine Wall The court held that John Wall has only a life estate in the faun which was left him in trust and that no encumbrances of any kind could be placed on the farm Jidge Rives and Sylvester Russell of Lebanon and Attorneys George Fulton andR C Cheery of Bards town are attending court To The PeoPle of Springfield r ami Mrs Edward Barrett wish to il x all the boys and girls who s kingoak part in our Benefit and th mat ho attended and all those who hay en so kind and assisted Us in soma ays Believe us when we ay it ociated t NEWSY NOTES A Write Compares Frederick town With MaudA Preftyf Wedding Other News 110FREDERICKSTOWN KY Editor Sttar i Last week on Tuesday it was pu great privilege to witness the matrimo nial contract of Richard Reynolds and Miss Mary Taylor Everybody knows Dick and rIta Reynolds and everyone wishes them a happy life They rented part of the farm of Mr Thomas Fow lT housekeepinghe John Spalding and the ceremony was per cfrmed by Fr Pietera i t IrIn your paper some ago we read the items of Maud claijning for itself all the impr vep1ents of the 20th century Compared to Frederfcktbwn Maud is not in it At Fred r cktown we have two great stores having e tcb a separate department of dry goods groceries hardware and chinaware We have three good efficient physicians a millinier two blacksmith shops J two mills an uptodate hotel anda passenger and freight car tbr and from Bardstown The conductor fthecar has been speaking of runnniag an auto mobile soon and would ha g done so already were it not forth Oh many jections our country kings scary locomotion Mr Chas Willettrfend wife visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs Fired Hill They had theiKybung baby with thehealthiesget readyior the baly show of the fair Mrs L A Hamilton beats any one raising chickens Two we eks ago she had about twenty where the rest of the farmers were thinking about how to get eggs iOur Catholic nejghbjrs are allen= gaged infasting jforty daysv tie fore Easter Dr Frank Hamilton was in town last Monday on important business Joseph McDonald has been suffering a great deal lat a severe case teri of mumps but lytlth anddoingbet i1 rs W K Mudd is reported sick We all extend wishes that she may so n recover Our creeks were up very high last Saturday and threatened to wash away our best fences and trees guestpfIMarried In Louisville rQPhelYatesi ri were married in Louisville Sunday March 4at 5 oclock m They have returned to Mboresville where they will reside B th the bride and groom are prominent i sand have num erous friends who extend congratula tiers sSomething About Eggsr t ojJThe everyday word is full bf derful things yet v hen you jnve a moments thought t an egg =well ia chemist would tell ou it contains so much proteid phosph ric acid ahd iron But one should think fit as a je Treasurer house w stein lie Locked b angels Ichernv Milkand hair and blood and bone An egg contains in c oncentrated form everything that is re wired to develop a chicken and it cz n be cooke in eo many ways that itis palatable as well as dig table That is why eggs are chief among the fools allowed an in valid Though chemi its have tried for a hundred years to di cover it nothing in science or in all 01 r wide variety of fuous tan be transij rmed into a sub situte for eggs Ofourseone could if necessary cook w thout them only it would inti n going v ithout a score pf dishes we think of s Everyday necf esiti such ns custirds cakes pi tliifr riddle cakes o say nothing of mighteea i egg inwiu Fuv March Coin v will be in session for celiac jLHiobably forrtcekor wotirt 1 I 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR 7 1906 1U NSIH NEILtChestnut Stallion by the great Rod Leaf foaled 1901 bred by R E oddardof Horrodsburg Kvnow Iaowned in Springfield will make the If season of 1906 in charge of L D Baker the Owner at the Fair Ground stables at h 10 to insure LjvingCoIt j li1 DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE J Sunshine is a beautiful horse mdopn step a 30 shot with grace style He is the living picture 1I of Lord Golden the greatest show horse that ever wore harness His breeding is superb by te great Red Leaf the champion how Horse of Kentucky and the loading sire of high class road horses and teams Sunshine is a full brother to Glorious Sunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky His first f dam is Madam by Madwood by Nut Wood Madam Wood is theyh dam of Wildwood which sold for Li p3000 his second dam is Balrosa by r rBalrosa Chief he by Mambrino Cheif Third dam Maggie Ysfnfntj by King y rrAlmont Mambrino King and out isof Almont 4 dam Holing mare 221 t hJMr R E Goddard of Harrods = fitt I 1 J tburg in a letter to Mr Bubel ays Jiiftl f ltmV1In partHI dam is the dnm of 1q sorrel pair that I sold for 3760 and she is a very fine tnaic1G handsIkijrn Besides this sorrel pair Isoldanother geldijig out other in a l tenth for 3000 At the same thho and place I will stand my line Jack v i J lQ Jx1P9J Jat 8 to Insure a Living Colt Bill Gcebelig a black Tuck with white hsrtds high told Ie asure font getter He is by Big Mock le by Gifv Wool dam of Bill 9lntfl Reverly and out of aBlack Hawk JonnotL This Jack is tile bet Jack in the country uccidentsnotr I 11G t JBriefly e There are iJCteeii Masonic lodges in Maine which havecelebratud their conr ieiuilals J- lu Swiss restaurants natives general Jy pay a few bents loss for food or drink than tourists The oldest tortoise in the Llthnlqif zoo bas seen 250 summers 116 hasJp bo led by hand with cabbage tSclentsty are calling nl1 Jj thp fact that fauna of the Atlantic Ta title are quite different and advise an luestigiitloii of probable results bfforo the canal ia cut throughO ITile growth of trades unionism in France has been very rapid The title undeilvwbleh the unions tie known lu France is S u lmts Pro sKlollUuls Tueyvdle first authorized by law in 1884 The rneinbersof the Russian lied Cross society who assisted in the wnr with Japan are now being UspersuiU It is stilted that 500 medical meu and 4000 istersof Mercy wore enrolled for duty The men employed In the Bombay tdttoii mills are agitating for longer lIOQ They asU fop a return to the ojjj thirteen hour dIp in place of the pres tilt day of twelve hours with extra payment for the u11t1onnL1io r An Investigation Into the size of iho solicitors bills by a government cifm wittee In LOll lolt revealed this rdnuBck Able Item Ti AjleiilHiig you this day ybcn WC e at fengtli the items i our chaVjjesaYid ftitflc oils convinced fou that they Were ihinL A t consignment qf 1500 clgnrottec vriift receiitlyfliilifiVotf W a soldier at tort liJtimri AlltfJi bv n friend hr tile j Philippines The dulyOn the cigarettes amounted to lS which tbd coimijgueo declined to pay The goods weer then ordered sow at auction to meet the He wands of the government TUfty brought J2 J A movement is afoot to construct i58 wire rond rOt autoinobllos tear Winnipeg Man It will be aver in foiin lOfi the expense of coastTlJptlon nod jiaintenance will be metfwwii tliet n iollected from those wbo time It It is propojsed to rim some big races on the t Oft will be keep down vne dustlGilbert II Ie Place of Di oi i Khrer Oonn Itas a Scotch collie which laM rery useful dog ac breakfast lie antuial ooritiniartpij t luty to fill the woo box jticks one at a twine In lily tnoutk Iff illoome one at once- Tresidrnt Kowovelt to oiithuHlflmJtf er tIll ideu of creating a game Pre rYe on the Kallia plateau of Art aona including the Buckskin mown niruc The tract lsviJO bY 00 ndka and- agpabie of Ktiatalni t 5OpO buffalo an slany elk or iittoae am fmiiunernbl email puiie Senator Smoot lias we eared a till for gate ptifjwso Cat thy hrond pxdt HIP waters for iiou flhnJt firil tt nfter innny darn Hits passniJf f firrijitaro was voriliwl Then a woman of rowiispinl VL re pt nat a pn ciiL Crum a lady nenrly afputy yours old of lianlMni pat li vork quilt slj hall mule iil Fln ftl11 in reniemliriTnce of a little r1i1 of lSipss douo uinitPOB years ago hntaewi1tiPnt of tjirir cntMTiioi wealth AH he went to Ail1f rmler an agreement As to wags was nweswrty for t o obtain a tiUl certificate of ex mpI ion to enable blur to land and at e1 ind of six months the period for f Hnrate Is valid be will be eomI r 1fplml to A iran nt rNliuttyltiltlltt CSiicapo on tlii cljii re of HeUhig Ilgilorto hitIORiJIila ire n ranl oftbo fp iiU WIIHn l1 pill a eiiIstits attolmy called attention to old I1wwltlcJJI fldmHttd IiiUlan ctthruaitlYl f hllll1 ti i ea tn llPin netrtlshow l tliiit OlCiQaifinie hud tku+ 1Po otm n cttltten jqjft Ute alloxed veiulor of fire water ws i1Jiuttelito depart iii peace Niiiirara river In lieonrse froni Lake Erio tq laturJutArfofalls i thrtttiituf 027 fl tA ttU r 19v bjjtfce United States cngincvr who luenfHlnxl the uv of the river below tilt fiilliiows that It dis charjroa 23 RJ eultk feet of water a Bccou 1 from one 1t9 tue other In Its descent of twewty men IuliI frem lake to lake Klngam rtver dereldprtlte equivalent of aboUtilOOOOOO ttieoreticnl ltOlSLlOwcr J The will of the Into Ifrancte Skinuwr u Boston mnUouufrc p Li lbeentire ea tat oxceitn 8p0lu tnirff for Iris aqStwBalo woman jin a lOiMtrtinfiit stores tHie testator left f2oOQt lbe Arnold a rlw retuin of Harvard college Tue y mnr mans wife tile daughter of Carr a alloii SUa lea IalrftkI some vvomaiiL adtgnme butclulr in Ruflitnd perhaps ii the world He has killud mofe game than any pllier living p rtJiipftii aniountlnp wuen IWttroainutod toTUfl 099 head C iurw In this list wen 1l0aphtyt a eta fL l rlrklJCe rlin gvoiwe UjlWO harM and as nuuiy rabbit In re Ire puce IdiOt bran gmu 4 lit a S nai da7ulJClon anotbVs DrI Ion Itroukit down 7Ti phpajiants- Tlk re nay Ibe tWO1piniviu itl about Lord Itiiseberys diajQtctf r as a ixjllti clan hut tiietauiaal7 oneaoi to bIll oeeluLioIa In Uteapp irance ca pacify of a uian ol kcrfl tiie do 111tunJtfadorn Itne bit ra hn acid laic from tilt imillal e of St CTiJeiia JDfntrijJ1ago on I3urtef vvlia oiie of Hto ftnest thtipg4 or the Iplttijl to which gcotsinun hsd ever beett tt tStarvjn to Death Because her stpmoeii was so useless dru Ipt she COtlld not eat Mrs Mr n Wa1trsof St Clair St Columbus 6 was literally taIVin lo lead Slie wtlp u1t1y stomach was ao weak frttin ooolpng drugs tlutl I loukl iKitcat and nijr ncrvos so wreck t1Qtbefnrfr rEjaulthealth Tunic on eattll Wc Gauran- teed by C J Hayaozi druKgist 1 1 THE SW AND JIf 75WeeklyIfOiyne 12 LffWfeklyW4c1 lv Atlanta tiOn 1 Stir 11t1SemiVky 1lThHoine atnl I jlA Amric fin Hit iVrv Amerlan J pitO i wtr 1 1American Tel npr 1CountryFarm and lm n L Farm Field n1 mr Review or Reels F2 3 4 a1ScribnersLedger Monthly Harpers MaJ drd + S 1urmvb k r li 4i tt Cleaning Lates i iftiiee ir it Is rSaiiy very si ipte tot Uie aliecrcvTt jatHt fiuest of lAces If you uu iatagttl s says t xoin e in Ui- ePittebnef Dlspatcli wfab his uaade it n i0NU Iniiurr4ts for 8ftc fu rears uud wtw regnlarly cktina lacea for wei itllr aociety WOIUOJL HI always F r lnc M overnitrht In cold WUl Iter carefully unplug tluhi will or castile roaf At the end o twelve w fourteen hours I lift them carefuU frowi the first water find drop then into lukeWaim in which liaverrcrfdu ly miule tlf cads 1itthe tip of my tinkers I wave tile laces goully up and down rWthat the leapv water i tris tlicouib UK iDc ami carilei out the dirr A Ktfou aH Oils water loofafMlark I repeat the pnieesa Mill wltn ale IttKt waaUing Ute laco Iookitc1 iuiaml the water is riot Ills colored clean jepkl water Itused to rtnwi thew in dtsired 1 dip etatt- htongh a Bias water tba held to wliiten ti iw thin tlure becaiie yellow with age If Un laces mrq req old and look life ew 1 put them thr MgU ft thin stttrcb wade frjiu gait arable tin water that Is slur to give the coveted fre4iueialot even Banc laces Throiigbout the denning I iw not owe rub the tfets Oi cc the ee18 pinaed te shape Oil the diSug board it hQttk11w rtit hi the ada whex4l fJaeareliJftlsWuld iHt rrlHfl and fib 4ookbj If if inot to o ued Ituuiedlately wuukl advtee rolling and wrap plli g carefully iu blot tissue iapeff wUlch ihei to keep It white OwasjofwlJy huts look yellow shehe wa 1tlg ftiul tu take out lhlH uu e4rahle diccdlorntion thiti tbejn all over with white soap after fmIlirottgh g the 11111water a ud lay them Oat On a white china lutetn the t1Un In iiMwt cases f havefound t al2ihi y treatulent We clics HUCce9fuHf ffjf It dOtS the firxt tiin1 repeal Jt until Way ctrl wlliteued One way to cleau b tick lace Itl home aftef ttoobwighJy bra slitug it wlttl a w ft uhlsk to get out t e loose dtart te to lit ft through or dtnarydduking W agaKP Inrongh ctear tea and 8OfilE d to astea tvpara1ou for peverul hours teail8 caade iulchi some amouut of dry bra to whkii 181 1IlLta pint of Ixnlluif wtitet AJft eri these Ingmlietitii have bra well topkeKIover a nlow fire Ittto QkWor thn J Ijrit to Htiajnefl through I eloUi nufi to ready for use filti liter r dipped In cad out oL I1ttl ift parilou for several minute aud giontUletern with pins OuItulootb backing Vhj Uiy UH late should le perf wetly cknnj and free from Rftspots wid c w li1 UreaUl of Life IItsa skn fie lnt fact tha the ionp st animal of its size the oria alwo 1 w the larjpwt lungs Powerful lung m utti ctcaturea How to JiuJdhpThencfrd this he Vlrits Thn Int JiVftlmfme of what my friends thqiiglil dTung01Trialt It TURN PilESIThe fotjowing will be let to the LOWESTland BEST bidder a- tW1LLISBURG t h SATURDAY MARCH 17 106 TUlLNIIIUSr Section No 1 Begms at Chaplin river and endg at s store Polin Ky5inilQ8 f Sec No 2 Begins aL tolin and ends diit road near Rock nri ire church Es timated length of road p miles Sec No3 at Alt Zion arid M oresvItleli u Estimayjd length 4I rr Sec No 4 Springfield and Bloom field from line Num ber of miles 6SSec Noi 5 Mooresville New Hone and Doc Run Number of miles 2 710 Sec No ML Zion Brush Grove and Rock Bridge from Chaplin to Brush Grove Number of Sec No 7 TUU ionI Brush Grove and Rock Bridge church to Black Johnsons store Number miles 2f Sec No 8 Springfield and Walton Hardestysline BritgebeginningBurns scho l house Nufnber of mjl 2i v Sec No 10i Cliapllh jind Rock Bridge beginning at BUll school house and Black Johnsons slfrc Number bf miles 2 Sec No 11 Springfield and Fox creek beginning di Longlipk bridge and ending lit junction of pikb at tollgate Number ormiles 2 Sec No 12 Held and Fox crtek beginning at WilTisurg and end ing at Glenna creek Nun erof miles 3 Sec No1t iat Wlntepak sndenlingatDuncunsvlllc rondlNum ber ofmiles 4 gannrocreek Number of milts ll Tunnell111ilJJob Dunns endaat Chaplinn river Num bar of mile 2 BeIfna ntr ftP1in river umber of miles 2 i Seca No 11 Snyders scales and 1hecNolS I3oRinsat C HVOL at Gbrddn Ford and ending iitSnyders scales Numbar of miles 2 Sec Nu IS Cross Roads and Corn ishville begiiihttijc at Cross Roads and ending at Glenim creek Dumber oij miles 2J Sec No 30 Beginning at district road and lane ending at T J Millers gate Number of tri os 3 LMiJlers f ins Number of miles 3 Duncan-svillctiundChapinlxgtniu countyNumberSee No 23 Beginning atj Snyder s ijcaies ad end at Morgans store ir1ller of iitilet 3 Snydersicaless Ipr of ISec No ffi lrilii Roe Bridge Itoreiil1iIdes 31 mBranchr of miles 9 11ItiOIIlcrIltJuland Texas piRa Number of miles 20 thJhberofmiles JI F Sec No 30 1f At hltlekvtll xlming oi iles J Sec 31 JUf at MttckviU ami Pe villaouling at Hvrce e only e of miles 14 AiaCkYillc NumbSec Mo 83 D eiijnfai at Muckville1 nid WilBsbttltf tt eliding at LetCirey8 gate Nuwtaar of milellr3i Sec No 34 I inaiat Lenl CAr- e4 a gate aitdejultflfmt Curd well Nutn br of rmlettst Sec No ll Itntinct Onlwell endiiiK at Be rc Qttilter of fi5 Seco3tt Bogfttniikgf at fiercer and8linKfiel GlenCreek y s line Nuinberiij ijes 3t P nsretkbelof miles IJ Sandensna4swStir NH 44 B iniitng at Elt Sal mons endmfat Boyle county tine Number nn cclt at Bojttoms pikeNumberJACK SHARPE t Assl t Road Overseer Gi FARMERS i i lW4JiLI LiHSt r I Y f y t 1te have a full 11tl lwof all kindS or seed orth era flitaOatrebettCle nCI8ver Seed Tin Blue Ogees Etc Our prices are always realO OtbYI Yhehou tvtiling in this i give 0a call J1f fpiowSJf te are agents for the Quiver Chill d Plo v for fushingtQn count an Syracuse Flillside Plow hese are the best w LLS BROS eoeoooOOeoeOeoe eoeOeoeo The Daily Herald AND The Sunh ONE YEAR 211OiQ tat efts teftotOOOQ eC1Qe AI Liver WreS f Every nerve J a live w rc Connecting somp part 6f the body with the brain They are so numerous that if ou lel J c tratc the skin with tire point jof a needle you and receive a shoelcpalitlls called Aches and pjiins come from a pressure strain or fiir jciry t7 a nerve tire more prptji inert the nerve the greater tile pain When tile pain comes from a lartrc nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerycsj or the heart stomach sciatic or prominent nerve braitchJ To stop pain Jhen yofr mtist relieve the strain or pressure upontlc nerjvcs Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do 5 fltrred intense pain eawi d by IIraleia I doctored eeQlrnefiiMtdJelnen without Alliesfcood than all the m lk1n I ever uflfd They never fall to cure my headaches and theIr use never leaves any 1Md afteratroctiAltts bI BECKafAN 9 7 Wi 4th Rtv ire i a byrthe first pacKlige will benefit 1fItf- alls he will return your mon bulkMiles NOTARY PUBLIC IYtbrioaiTs PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jus J Graves jrowelry Store Will dn wJIort tfe Dutch slid Contracts I1ntMenTIIOS JGrdvea READ THIS Symsonia KylIarch 30 1903 DearSirIfor the sale df your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texag Wonder whomtwotltei is none Of your medicine sold n9 e1 than fifteen imles of this place so I would be Iileaeedto hear from you conjsoirniriff tits agency as soon as i bleV l DRAiiFEN Symaonia Ky Wmdor Us Great Discovery cur s al- lkidnennd bladder troubles tfemoves gravel cure diabetes ninal emisj sions weakandlame bijjetfs iheurnatisni nail all Irre ularitip of the kidneys and bladder in i1t attdrrumen arNnIfsentmailon eipt uf1 Orip ntU11Dr E W Hall Sole MJMHV P Q Box 620 St Louis Ile3roteatimphial Sid by ell t Farms ndBusinesslProperty FOR SALE W1 Ewing Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg1 Ky 150 ttcres Anderson con ty Ky near Snnia improved and goo 5tQi 150 acres Grant county Ky ej cellont farm MercerIiruuiuy iiuiiumjinuiy iiiijiru cu m grass- ten yenrs at 55 154 cres Mercer county on river a good fa m at 6250 240 ajcree 2 miles railroad t Mercer county KYt good imp ovemonts at improvedthreeacres near Burgin good farm 3750 120 acres six miles from I arrodsburg on Lexington pike at 75 exchan e pIkeinmiles from Harrodsburggo dgrassfarm at 30exchanged as part pay forIarger farm1earBurginBusiness Peope ty Livery Stable at Harr dsburg and residence adjoining 4700 ents for 37 a month or stable for 3200 Stable rented to January 1 197 at 25 a month Store and dwel ing in lone block Railroad town Mere r county no other fine trade 2500 Also farms and other proerty of all kinds I have buyers for tshington county farms list yours with me now and I will sell it Carriage Sop Tam prepared to do all o your wood r work and repairing at the r ost reason able price FOR CASH- Upho1steringof all kinds lone Grain Cradles for sale I also have one new shop mada bugigy and spring wagon and neleb nd hand spring wagon Buggj t n1n1ng8 of all on handSW HB ND- JnlluteSprin field Ky Cloud r = i is a signal tv your ey igreedd lookafter Igo t o 1 t1110I a blmrth shop t MI get atsthequire I lit you tvitlia kind of glasses need and ont I andits chargeIiih prices plc reed and give it toth m at- nodeiate prices Jas1j1 Graves THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUPGH 7 1906 J On Want to SellYOUR FAR l 9 YOUR HOUSE AND LOT OR YOUR SIN r SSik IF SO GALL TO SEE ME I mi MAKE THE SALE t i What About Your Insurance 71 I CAN GJVE YOU THE BEST IN LIFE FIRE AND ACCidFNTr II Office in Old Opera House Building In room formerly Y D D LAUIIoccupied by W C McCHord as a law office i i High School Notes t 1iI t Whoso bloWeth his dwn horn the same snail be blown with muchness Whoso loweth not his own horn the same shall riot be blown at all ccording to one of the sixth grade hoPefulslthe principal mineral wealth of Kentucky consists of potatoes Morrie Durrett spent several days in Frankfort last week whore he was visiting his cousin non W DClay brooke 0 The literary Society aId not have its meeting last Friday on accounts of the nearness qf examination time Arrangemonts are being began for the first annual commencement off the school in May At that time John S McElroy will craduate45eiiig the first graduate sent out from the school The commencement will probably be held in the Opera Mouse and an inter esting program is being arranged ytandFridaymidterm examinations and many of the students are fearing demotion Aft rvisit of several dy ip BardstownMiss Mabel Prico riiirned to school Thursday Jast1weckHarrodtbitrg Many of our students ftttMtatl the play last jftidaj night in whfek itaom- cof our wplls toe k part j sBooker IftfeCk skey is contetan K a trip to the nsorial parlor down town Thjs triI has been looked for ward to fora long time by the stu dents of the school Lastweek it was rumored that he would bring in the havefJohn Claybrooko left for Louisville work fof hTsnTro her iii JvSChiyr brooke Sonic of our young Iadies have yet recov red from the shock nOr A number of our students went coastingon Leba on hill Wednesday evening They iound the coasting fine ant a goo tito is reported The whole c owd remaii ed in school several hours Thursday writing off missed lessons One of the young ladies in Prof Thoiu1rs ns room is the author of the following versos inspired by the locks of the yunggcntlemanin front Full mary a time ere this Ive read Theres nnny a varied shade of red There Is i ed of fire theres red of blood And then theres red that IpOk like Mudd A little hck of flaming hair Though red as fire to me were fait If only it wero mine to kue With pleasant dieamB to nil my sleep The Laying Flock Our iiweeut method Ja tp SiCelftmi ture of grain at night covered tip l1t the straw and fine chaff which always over 0m floors six to eijjht Inches feep sits Cm Cliftpuum In American Cultlvaloh P reis fed UuCa they will cat up c MLUt io that they ran sr lo work earl the mpniing without get tiug out wrtjr In the i Mnii tbfj are given warn water or n 1k It winter xntl two quarts of srralu lncrjIg Iteus covered In the litter N t getting all they svantiuey keep at t the time uutii noun when th cgofe or warm feed is- ready out a eu thPm Our rat n corn oat wheat soil buckwhpa t iiyfqtial iNtji for whole grtlin an l Xtb8 wheat brnn one sixth ror i oafs ou vsistlii ineat or II w l omnk for wa4iat Ihiesi tonlyaauhe iLe og1s7ri per cent wliter It rvTheta 1liins iii Oxfords Just arrived Allrtlie latest spring styles LMJ A full Pine of spring necKwear the nrctticst you e- versawn Twhite vests t New Goods Arriving Daily Grimdy Mclntire k t t Long Run Items f It is sadi to know how few people there are in each community who take enough interest in rending good books Land papers to have in their homes a good library The desire for reading and study is so very important that parents should use every means to encourage and help their children to form that habit early in life The youths of our country have a right to such lit robbinSthemocgirl is entitle to this inheritance and whatis better calculated to stimulate the young mind into greater action 1and cause it to grow more than the clean bright ages of the Sun whi toffers to brighten our homes wjth its cheerful teams fi fty two weeks in each yar Why not let it in Then too it isahQlp to olderine bell in that it koops them in touch with the people and affairs of the county enabling them to be better citizens I tIt gi to know that objectioiuible natterso f tenj found in the great dailies and weiK ies it kept out of The SwiC t 1 Out of a familyof eight bvotjeraLv ho were raised on Long Run only jtm reliving but all ofthQ widows of t ux fu vive two in the State of Texasirid tour in this empty t rhe first surrey we have liegf being inatJe on Long toj9 ihui injl78di teIouatilwhile Patrick Henry was Gov ofEleen iniAtKbold letters ojv the aid pdrch L t J i rrA1 recently Tmie 4o1 s La fonder ui Mc ortough cojmt Illinois sold MS farm ami bought a twelve un dredj acre farm in nadS k hunt Iredl acres he will break ihirty hoepower engine HtVofil nijiephev rot your correspondem fifty dollars per month to work for hum in his Who net but the offer was not acceptec If uty of our Caiiner boys with to bec ihe subjects of King Edmtrd VII t icy will ge good pity for lthut we w ukl hIJ What is it Jhatneaily eVerjspne geelxs und yet is not found by seeking Hfp pines From the Czar of Rift down through the vaVioue coiuliUoiw and Iwo fessiorts of life to the rouug man who recently walked twcijtyseven miles to procure a marriage license anda pair iiiIsomething we call happiness Theujjh it has escaped lour grasp so fnrmlu seems a long way ahead we think ve can catchan occasional glimpse of its dsIsparkling bubble down the mountain stream to find it burst in his very grasp Yes the world has yet to loarh that it is itt found in any such fashion bit must come from within not from with out It comes if it comes at all with out any effort on our part the flowers bloom and roses unfold silently graob fully without labor or toil because conditions are favorable for proper d o velopment So with us heartsconditionsare right it will bo as natur ll for us to be happy as for the roses io bloom 1Flood iof Fresh Egg Harrodsburg Democrat Speculators in cold storage eggs haVebeenknocked silly within the last two weeks by a floodof freshilaid eggiyion the mar ket They say that they never saw the like and now they are caught with a big lot of COld8t rage stock on hands which is almost utterly worth less 5 Gnnstea of Lebanon and John Miller of Qwepsboro are two of the largest egg buyers in the country and they are now in the east trying to dispose of the large supplies of fresh eggs that are crowding upbn them They say that the weather has been propitious and thee hens of Ken tuckyand southern Indiana have got bnsYand that they are actually unable to handle the gas offered for sliip ment The price has dp vh rapidly un til it is now about half what it was at Christmastime J Feeding lorEggs Whattetber grains JlCl shoukV be scattered iQl1tett litter Straw we flnjl best iyrltss T Bart U in Reliable tailtorwill mein afwadftntwor for the hens HemfPiIot got ice tjiem selves if they have to work bawl for tlielr food find every ben abotikt i e tnijgfit that if site will not work ae ther st a she wit In tosufiat mHtfi then yIn q imitedimeqs mornii g birds are lure Jinath lyfed t ibft it is t ed Ioj not x tc the 111Iways ngiy an additfMHl fronicti rnHlfr h- ah iAeCluptf tber mope ground there wilt be few eggs Of gwietif we prefer w ioleeabb ffo tOIItnrnlpa 1 tborl any KTCPII food that te palatable Aml nvitiny k but wlsIall the It bi iK fleial tq mix a flitted xi oust In tin I mash A couple oil thnes a Wwk GKM grit coHtmiiMi ess Initial duiterials for ftholUf an well a8ror kecRrA up tin healthy cottdltiou of the ftnvsystoni tIto c pnHlt onIhe bl ItI tiinaiiiugt tiKl if fed a little every dI potrPetfresl both for the quantity and quality of thje eggs s wclle as the health of the fowls Of course an unl mitei supply of frenii vjator Is indlspeus able This 1faysIlW Important part than many think At Ist once a daiy the water sliould tie rctiewwl and if the weather Is very cold H will pay to give warm or tepid YntierU the Hock to drink t Expensive houses are iut essential but comfortable houses are lmtClnlI tills Inrolve2 Room Do not over crowd You AHll obtain mOIl evx from a small number of h ns propeily housed thnn from a laKo number crowded How much room does a lieu netnlV jVn allowance of ten square feet per hen to right Let in the pure butdbor air Ileus shut up in an almost him itirally sealed house cannot thrive xy get is as needful to the fowl as to the owner Abundant frush air nail drafts need not go together Drafts arise Crbm imper feet construction or lack of repair Cleanliness is essential tq sanitation Remove the droppings frequently and see that no vermin are nllcwcd to live where your fowls do s uTo Cure a Felon says Sam Kendall oftilliItsbur gr K nIljust cover it over with Buck lens A nica Salve and the- Salve will do nsBOIlsEczema Salt Rhueni Chaifped Hands Sore Ftfet and Sore Eyok 25c at j C J Haydons drUg store Guaranteed O 4tHl 44c-cThe Calf Path + JwJOne day thru the primeval A calf walked home as good calves should But made a tinil all bent askew A crooked trail as Pall calves do Since then two hundredyears have fled And I infer the calf is dead But still he left behind his trail And thereby hangs my moral tale dayBysheepPursued tooAsgladeThruAnd many men wound in and out And dodged and turned and bant about An uttered words of righteous wrath Because twas such a crooked path But stilt they followed not laugh Tha first migrations of thjjt calf And thrirthi Winding woodw stalked Because he wabbled when he walkup- This forest became a lane That bent anti turned and turnecl again This crooked lane became a road Where many a poor horse with his load Toiled on beneath the burning sun And traveled some three niiles in one And thus a c ntbrjyand a half They trod the footsteps of that alf j tTheen1ereawarpAcltyS And soon the central street was thi Ofa renowned me ro olis Andmontwo conturids and half Tro4Jn the footsteps bfSthat calf routfg1low wtmtThcwereledEybne leu vraivAndFor thus such rave nee is lent To welleslablishcQ c dent teachWhere prIC For men are o go it blind Along thecalfNltof the mind And work way fcn Sun 0sun To do what other inn hays don They follow in the b jeten track And out and in and forth jpuKl bai T9 And still their devio odI e purr Tti jteep the path th t others do lBut how the wise ol lvoo4gode it 1V1tQffrst saw the pi imev J calf Ah manY things tMs tale might But ram not ordain d to preach Sam Walter FISttbUcllbt for Theim Sl0 i raitbScribe for the Jun 100 yr arrfrnrJff Do ThIectaqo1d Every coM Weakens thcLungs IdWcrS thq Vitality md mjikes t system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH G ANCES PERMANENTLY CURES Consumption Coughs Colds Sore Throat Asthma Crpup Whooping Cougfa Bronchitis Hoarseness Sore Lungs EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOS NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGr MRO SALLIE LOCKGAR GoldthWatto Tax saysi Whavo used Mallards llorehpnud Syrup In my family for VI al yearn milt always gives then tho children had C oupnnd Whooplnit Cough It sprays relieved them at onto and 1 wou d not be without It In the house as It Is tho Blisy MEDICINE the kiow of Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed THREE SIZES ado OOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUjS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Springfi ld K Ni CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE JELEGRAPH GO PORATBD Long distance lines and telephones f this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southe n Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mlsslsslp Di j and Louisiana We can put you in qui k and satisfactory communication with tl e people of this great section of the countr fJ IWesolicit your patronage Rates reasoi Equipments and facilities unsu passed t JAME9 E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D W88ircetdcnt Gen litiauaget 8ec TAuttlGentxAffirr reMI 1 4 r w I i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday March t9b6 T Jr ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION + ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher postoJce metered at the at Springfield IKy for transmission through the mailS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION oe Year 100 Mr Months 60 Tkree lloptha 25 changedJlway youfatANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON- of Nelson county asa candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional district subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 BEN JOHNSONI Hon Ben Johnson ot Bards town who will be elected to Congress from the Fourth dis trictnext November has a great I many pretty characteristics of which the people of the district know little He himself places in the background many of his best traitstraits which most of us very much desire that other people see in us indeed he draws a curtain around his stars MrI Johnson dislikes to parade before the public his gifts to charity his lifts to friends and because o this peculiarityif you would call it a peculiar tyfa pretty part of his life is hidden by his own hand He will nbt permit tha many of his most generous acts be madep ublio hq does not believe in the blowing of trumpets and the beating f gongs ove his own good deed Verily his e one from among the few who does not want his name shouted from the housetops If he knew what I am about t say what I am going put r upon paper he would say Burn it up I hveseen him tried along this line and he said Burr it up But just at this time th countyIthhave a right tp know more6f th man who is to represent irthe National Congress some thin pf his dispositionof the private life of him for whom they are to vote nex t November For this reason I will tell 4ffew thingsa lew things just happened to learn Mr Ben Johnson is charitable not merely to that small degree in whichpennypurses are handed out but to that degree which is s truly a HELP to the man or woman or child Nohbody has ever yet known Ben Johnson to turn a deaf ear to the pleadings of the needy I have known him tP send his check each week to unfortunate families in whose homes illness had placed a heavy hand He has bought shoes for the little gals boots for the little boys a suit of clothes for some unfortunate mari dress for some poor woman an food and fuel andmedicine thats his sort of religion and its a Godly one Ve have in Springfield just now a man who was stricken with illness in Bardstown a few years ago Although Mr Johnson barely knew ihis man he sent to his family each week a loan ofio That man told me this story a fesi days ago and said to me would vote for Ben Johnson against my own brother This is only one of many instances in which Mr Johnson benevolence has won forihim the undying es teem of his unfortunate fellowman Indeed Bn Johnson is warmhearted but he doesnt go into rslandwails He is generous He would pillow the t ead of a fallen enemy on the moss brink ofa running brookand t uch his lips with water One jf the most repulsive things in all the world to him is to see the ictor strike at the vanquished or the strong fall upon the wak He is a fair andsquare d jaler with his feIj lows He m kes money but does not make it by gouging or crushing dr doubledealing He has made much moneywhat- you might call big moneyby seeing thing that other people didnt see Ben Johnson is thor oughly hone tand if there is anybody in all the world who dispise5 dishonesty in aUof its varied forms it is hei WIliLISBURG If singns are true spring is at han the black birds and robins have made their appeare ce and the wild gees have gone nort i Mrs Mary K ughea and son Homer visited relatives near Mackyille Sun day Oscar Shirley spent Sunday with hisI uncle Mart C ouch Charlie Hui gate who is attending school at Spr ngfield spent Saturday and Sunday with his parents near this place r Miss Bessie ays of Tatham Springs spent last w ek with her grand mother Mrs atherine Clark of this placeA good ma y from this place at tended ttye sale of Isaih Prather and report that eve thing sold well John FRey olds was in Horrods burg last Mond y on business Mrs Eliza Fi zgerald arid Miss Pa tience Crook vi ited Mrs Mary Mellvo y last Saturday a id Sunday Mrs pearls gthers visited here last Wednesday Charley Mcllloy was in Bloomfield one Jay business HarfMrs J K Wells visited at Birch wood one day h ist week Miss Eda S ms spent last Sunday Mrs Laura Jenkins tWatchThe Sim it is growing bright er each issue correspondentrn Saturday nigh was well attended an has been prono need a decidedsuccess U G Schr ham and family and Rufus Foster and family of Chicago have returned to this place to mak their future home Dr W W H att is confined to his bed with pneumonia Mrs H B Wells is suffering with carbuncle on her neck feew H B Greenwood has returned fro a trip to Louisville eG A Dohonev and several others Masonsnbanquet here Saturday nigh Col Bright and Dudley Wells o Springfield attended the banquet W S Gibbs has been on the sick list for several days rentea anId move a Snow four feet deep Boone in county last week eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoell eoe Ieoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoepeoeoeo Horse Sale I I I On FridlyMar c4 16i UrIr isburg pike I will sell about a 25 HEAD OF HORSES Mares and mule These horses were bought to sell and every horse joffered will be sold wilhoutreserve or bybid A written guarantee given with each horse to be as represented d alYIfee of a Dollar goes to bidde IYON PAfKS oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeueoeo ooeoeooo OeoeoeoeoeOeoe MciNTIRE j Miss Emma Ensor bf Springfield visited her grandPnotherfrtml Satur day till Miss Nettie O Bryan ofNelson county is visiting friends here Mr Warren Nally is visiting in Un ion county this week Miss Flora Keene is visiting her grandmother at Pleasant Grove this week Miss Mary Walker visited friends at Val Hill last week Mr Fred Durr of Willisburg visited Mr J F Keene and family last Satur day and Sunday Miss Lillian Wheatler entertained a of her young friends af dinner last Sunday Mr Kent Mclntire is going On a bus iness trip toiMissouri this week Mrs J FI Keene and daughter Miss Susie visit d Mrs Bettie Wheatley last Monday Mr Lqcus has moved into the house vacated by Mr Emmett Kelly Born to the wife of Mr C R Clements a girt Died at the home of his father on the 27th Mr Floyd Mudd in his 23rd year after a lingering illness of corn sumption Interment took place the following day at St Rose Mr Lanham and wife of Penic Station were called here by the illness and deaths of the latters brother Mr Floyd Mudd Mr RA McIntire sold to Mr Miller of New Hope one Jack J L Mudd bought of Jim Wheatley of Blincoe one Jack price 200 T E Ballard sold to J L Mudd one voyearold horse price 125 Also to Willard Spalding one mare for 150 T E Ballard bought of Watt Wheat ley eleven fat hogs for 62 cents Keene and Mclntire bought of J R Hill one calf for 3250 Mr Charles Willett has rente1Mr Dick Montgomerys fram pres ent year Miss Flora Keene our popular young teacher will begin her spring school on Road Run the 12th T Mormady Spencer as la new depot and everYbodYgoesto see the tpain come in Rowan county has a White Ribbon Temperance club ICOM ISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court A t AgainsThosBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court terlll1906inceed to offer for sale at the1 Court House door in Springfield Ry on the 26th day of March 1906 at 2 oclock p CoudPropIerty 11oNes Stallings thence the branch Nor t wardly with Stallihs line to a drain thence Westward ly with the drain to theLof the branch thence a straight line to Reeds line passing a walnuttree coR taming about 55 acres more or less Reedms e to corner to Keeling and Perkins thence Westwardly with Keeling ling to th Soutcli wes e to Eastee tract to the beginning containing about 25 orjlessTract at corner to EastwardlyIand Perkins thence Southwardly with tailings line to a branch corner to Tract No1 as above laid out thence Vestwardly with line of Tract No 1 t thenceJltorthwestwardly corner to Reed thence with line of Tract No2 to the beginning contain ing about acres more or lessf In offering tracts No 2 and No3 for sale the Commissioner will reserve a passway along the old road 15 feet the Turnpike over tracts No2 oftractSaid land will first be offered in tracts and thenas a whole and will be sold in such a manner as will realize the most wholeconsistsFor the purchase price the purchase or purchasers with approved security r beaingtil paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared tb comply promptly with thes termsM li LEACHMAN M C W C C aoeOeOOeOOedOOOO O 0 o HAYDON o o 0e e n e tor1 BURTON Oe-UNDERTAKERS I o SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY JJ o 0oOur very best attepUop will be esyItaOooeoOeQOOQoooeo I1 I Rubbers and Mains E Heavy Shoos at Rer I duced Prices 1 1 if iiJ Overcoats Few Nice Goats 1 They therefore prices greatly reduceF Clothing also make some special prices nclothingI 1WE HAVE NOW ON SALE ttOur Spring White Goods Lin ns Embroideries lacesllong ClothsBleached Cotton CambricsII Sheetings Etc We invite you to call and see them Just received new stock of Lace Curtains ngingrom 1SOc to 8OO ROBERTSON BRAS PRATHERS CREEK Kimcberlin spent Sunday night with Jake Cocanougher of Boyle county Mr Will Kimberlin and wife wer MrshBlake Arnold near biackvjlle Satyr day and Sunday andes rop 0 tobacco in Sprjngfield last Frida MrS Ida Coyle of Jehkinsville was with her sister MrS Christer son Friday eMrG W Young was in Springfield Saturday werevistY Hilton SaturdavI The Long Run correspondent seems to think that the Prathers Creek cor post get no such idea as that for you will see one little space in The Sun represent us I feel it my duty td help the- o editor to make The Sun shine brighter in the year 1906 than ever before One of the hardest rains ever seed hero fell last Friday night Much fenc H II A Left must go t d Iwill be f 1 We can you New I Pairs Nannid ing was washed away There was a kind of a family reunion at the home of MrP T Best on the Sdiinst when his brothers and sisters and their children besides a number of friends met each bearing a basket or Mrewas as no notification of the meeting The oca sion was the celebration of Mr Bs 53d birth day The table was loaded eatfwife and Leslie Coyle furnished some delightful music Mr Best was prc fuse in his thanks lot the kindness uponIhappy life that he might enjoy many more occasions like this HILLSBORO Mr Rufus Shewmaker spent Friday night with his brother at Willisburg Mr Tolly Griffy and family spent Friday and Saturday with their parents Mr arid Mrs J W Shirley Rev W E Sutherland attended quarterly meeting at Springfield Satur day and Sunday jjfps Mat Inman spent S turday with Mrs Lee Settles SeVeral from here attended t ie ban qne a Willisburg Saturday nig it Misses Maud Inman and aggie Montgomery were in Springfi Id jSat jurday Misses Maggie and Judith Mont1 gom ry spent last Thursday wi h Miss Sarah Shields Mr J M Montgomery anr wife were the guests of Mr and Mr J S Leachman Sunday Misses Maud and Eva Inman andMr Ernest Shewmaker visited the Misses Montgomery Saturday Mr J S Leachman and wif spent Saturday with Z P Leachm nand family of Springfield Mrs Mary Hines spent Tues ayat Willisburg Mr L S Dean returned ho ie last week after a visit to hissIs e in Indianat Mr Tolly Griffy and family s entISunday with Sabe Coulter and ft ml Central Citvs riEw postoffice building is completed heated by steam arid lighted by e1 ctricty III I I 1 I FOR SALeIeI A GENERAL STORES I I r 1A good busilllsss good location best treason for selling Will make a thing for anY one who wants to engage in mercantile busines IgOOd further particular call on or address 1 I ItB DN LAKE 1I I t 11rSPRINGFIELI KYIiii 1Ii ill kgit t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 I9Q6 5 + ++ + i1 tIjW Garden Seedsl r ii+ We have a new and complete line of Garden Seed of all kinds Fresh t+ newstock in Bulk or Package IEi d + EE OTATOES Lfi Flower Seeds in Bulk and Pkckage Ifwe havnt what you wantwe +will order for you LeaVe us your orders Complete line of entire goods W tohon McCabe r 4tY ow o 7 tit +++ t + Local News Notes Fresh fruits of all kinds at Johnson McCabes WillHinkle of Bardstown bought of W S Gibbs a fouryearold mare for 125 Specials for Early Buyers Belts JteadytoNearthese goodsM Kate Williams Fresh kale turnips parsnips onions and Celery at Johnson 4McCaQ STOCKMAN When you want stock r pills printed call at The Sun office and get our prices ItW Elliott secretary of the State Board of the Christian church will be here Sunday and will deliver a talk either in the morning or evening Wanted dressed fowls Highest market price Johnson McCabe W 0 Ellis has for sale at all times sill kinds of fruit trees Segd him you nrder at Mooresville t ladiess Gnindy Atplntire A negro saloon keeper of Lebanon sold whiskey on Sunday and the City Council licenseoEggs are going down bring them to us as fast as you get them Johnson g McCabe Considerable interest is being mani fested in the auction sale of horses a Wharton Tapp slivery stable this af terhoPn 1 Until the Louisville Herald advises u further you can get the Daily Heral and The Sun both papers one year for 200 Grundy McIntire have recieved their Spring line of ladies Dress Goad Little Minnie Strange of Mooresville whose arnwas dislocated by being throWn from a little wagon last week is about well- Wanted shoulders hams bacon and lard l Johnson McCabes EGGS EGGS EGGsA C Kimball has for sib White Wyandptts White Plymoth Rocks and SingleComb Brown Leghorn eggs from purebred stock at 75 cents for 15 pd 21 lW S Gibbs sold to Grider Bros a pair of small horse mules for 240 And to CC Trower of Rose Hill a fiveyear old horse for 150 There will be a basket ball game at St MarYs ollege Saturday March 10 in the Co loge Gymnasium between the Young bens Institute of LouiS ville and St Marys College New Orleans molasses Sorghum Car amel etc at Johnson bi McCabes TheLadies Aid Society of the Maud Christian ch rch will give an oyster supper Wed esday nig it at Mrs I N Arnolds All are invited to attendT Responding to numerpas requests the play The Church Across the Way will be reproduced at the Opera House Frida night March 9 New specialties have been added and a better play thanlbefore is promised Seats on salat usual place SUCCESSFULThe tack social give by the ladies of the Methodist church last evening was a success both from a financial slid social dpoint They Ira Mackeral and WhiteFish at Johnson McCabes WANTED 10000 feetoak lumber Framing She tint and Boxing Will take Jog run1 il tilt by bill W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky Miss Loi ise Settle entertained Ta house party st week Those Betjltie antd Wakefield B dstown Arthur Mudd and Will Hous on 4t hdcompo sing Court District of Kentucky have been called to meet en Lebanon on Thursday March 15th at noon The meeting is ansd manner a office of Judge of theCourt of Appeals from this district the nominee to be voted for at the regular election next November DWELLING B RNED The dwelling house and some f the contents of At J M Elder who live about six miles from town on t ie Lebanon pike were destroyed by fire last Friday night about 8 oclock The lost is partly covered by insure nceGOO m the house and 300 on household effects r a r ++ I BARGAINS Reductions in Prices until April I t j If you want to get a deal for little Ion y price the w Spectacles and Eye Glasses Be oip to date as well as saving money V i Invest in the prettiest line of Necklaces ever on the market before 1 f Buy a Watch and Chain they are cheaper thanever before Cash is the best talker and will getthe best br i ainsi E M RUSSELL 1Lw + T++++ fr The retail merchants of Washington county will meet in Springfield to morrow Thursday for the purpose of perfecting an organization which will look to the protection of the merchant and his Customer Particulars will be given next week BIG BUSINESSMrs R A Mcintire df the JMcIntire neighborhood realized over600 last year from her chickens and turkeys Mrs Mclntire has two breeds of chickensthe B P Rocks and S C Buff Orprn lon and one breed of turkeysthe Mammoth Bronze She sold ninetythree turkeys for 321 broughther DEATH AT CORBIN Mrs Fonza Skeese sister of Mrs Willard Thompson of near Springfield died at the home of her sister at Corbin last week Mrs Skeese had often visited here an was wellknown She recently went to New Mexido with her husband his climatnbut the light air in that country so af fected her heart that she found it nec ass ry to return to Kentucky She wasVan excellent woman and a beautiful Christian characterrbbeing a devout member of the Catholic church- JENSONTON The farmers in this community are held back in the way of plowing a sowing tobacco beds by the recent b weatherMiss Coyle of Springfield ha been visiting her sister Mrs Obe Pope for the past week Mrs J Campbell wino has been ve f sick is much improved at thiJwriting Mr H W Arnold of Enido was in our midst one day last week The little 5yearold child of Mr and Mrs Obe Pope who has been very si with pneumonia is getting along nicely The new telephone line to this place we are glad to say is complete CharlieCocanougher of Enipo spot Monday aught with his father M Geo Cocanoilgher 0 H Key left Feb 28th for Indianapolis We wisH him success IMr Richard Best whb has boon to Princeton Ind for some time has r turned home Sam Harmon who has liada seer attack of lagrip is reported much bet rterRobert Ishan bought of Hooker Key a buggyprice 55 Mr Henry Lawrence and wife of riear Mackville visited ihe latters sis ter Mrs Geo Cocariou her Sunday Mr Qdie Coyle of Deep Creek was in our midst one day last week Mr Robert Gray and Charlie Cocan ougher were in our midst last Monday riglumberRev Ii P Hatchett filled his regal appointment at Beech Grove Saturd Both good and interesting sermons were given The infant child of Mr and Coleman Matherly has bcenwerysick but is getting along nicely his writing = Owing to the rain that fell Friday night few attended prayer meeting at Beech Grove Mr Will Inman and wife visited the tatters mother Mrs Sarah Elliott Sunday Mr Mug Elicit and wife of Texas were visiting in our community Sun day Mrs Mollie Coyle of peep Creek visited her bi other Obe Pope Sat day Mrs Eliza Cox isvery IIIat wntmg Mrs Polly Isham is improving Well Worth Trying W H Brown the popular pension at NtoDr Kings New Life Pills r He splendidConstipation and Biliousness 25c ents idrugstore Q Q ooooon ooOG D I Personal Notes fo 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA iRound Up of the Weeks a Personal News 0ttKtRev P F Hennesgy was in Leba non Saturday on business Mr Dave Duncan is in Cincinnati Uis week buying Spring goods Messrs Robert McChord land Good en of Lebanon attended the play here Friday mghtJ Medley has returned home after a visit tohersoupf Owens boro Me rsFIlt Edwards and wui Purdy of Lebanon attended the sonic banquet atWillisburBSaturday night IIMr and Mrs J R Montgomery have returned home Mr Alex Blandfordd has returned to his home in Louisville after a visit to TMrwas here Sunday TJ Scott Mayes wasi rv mi Louisville and Frankfort last week Wallace Duncan is at Bardstown Junction this week in charge of the L and N officeIJudge L H Thurman was in Louisville last weeli LL A burnsspent thelatter part of last week in Frankfort r Misses Ray and Johnson of Lebanon whohavebeen visiting Mrs H R Thompson have returned home Messrs J3rewer and Frank Peter of Lebanon f attended thePlaY here Friday night Mrs Barrett is rapidly recovering fr mthe fever and expects to be able to leave here in about ten days for her home dAir Nick Ray of Lebanon at tended the play here Friday night eMrs H P McChord and little son PhilvIsited friends in Lebanon last week jLebanovisited tin a few days last eekiMisses Hallie an Lydia Huston df Maud were here Saturday Mrs J C McElroy entertained a few of her friends at sixhand flinch Saturday afternoon inacsome e ys now at siMr C who has been spending the wiiiter1in Frankforthas returned home rMr Sylvester Russell of tebanon was here Tuesday MondayI hiscksister + Mr P R Bright left Tuesday to visit his sister in Tennessee hyvillerare g = Mr Eric Carrico has returned to his Ihome at Harrodsburg = Miss Mary Leavell of Oakland MateMayes of this place 4Miss Anna J Simms who has been at home for some time has returned to school at St Cathrines Mr G E Medley who- has been in Owensboro for several months is at home for a few days tl Mr L D Baker was Jn Bards town SundayI Gwin Marks were in Lebanon Monday Miss Mollie Dorsey who has made her homo in Bardstown for the past placeayRev Father Pieters of Frederick stown spent Monday with Rev P F Hennessy Miss Minnie McClellan left this morning for Louisville where she will study the spring styles in millinery Mr J y Mayes was in Louisville Tuesday on business Mr Spalding Clements returned home Tuesday night from Rome City Inil where he has been for his health and he is very much benifited Circuit Clerk F M Campbell is confined to his home with aslight ill urnose Maggie Bettis is visiting in hisLebanon Mrs W K Robertson is in Lebanon undergoing treatment at Elizabeth Hospital =Miss Katherine Bellbaum of Louis vi9 is visiting her brother LR Bell baum and wife Garhea reception at the home of Mrs Boulware from 2 tor p m next Thursday afternoon j a i SeeThor J Red a Top Blue Grass i Timothy IL A NEW BUGGY We are wetter prepared this season than ever before tos lO yomme our vehicles Whenever we can induce a prospectious exam buyer + to do this we nearly always make a sale PLOWS Ip j sei1011Asj J frIfIj G1 I ROBERTSOJ Messrs Theo Campbell and Chas Greene were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Emily Russell has returned to Louisville to resume her study as a trained nurse Miss Sallie Montgomery who has been visiting relatives in Louisville hits returned home =Mrand Mrs Evan Rogers will soon go to Lebanon where they will reside for a while Mr and Mrs Rogers will be greatly missed their Springfield friendsIDr and Mrs jSmock entertained Miss Louise Settle of Maud and her guest Miss Eveliri Crady of Nelson ville at dinner Sunday Mr W M Young visited his daughter Mrs Moore of Louisville last week Mrs M W Hyatt who was toI appear in a reading at the Opera Friday night was incapacita d severe cold Her inability tolappear was regretted by a large number of people t Messrs Joe Bell and Byron Hay don of Bardstown spent Saturday and with the latters sister Mrs LeoHaYdon I Miss Sarah Simms hasj returned h ter Ta visit to friends in Nash tmear ji RoBards was called to North Carolina ythe illness of Richard 1 htbrotherto Messrs twin Marks ertson were insLebanoh Sunday Mrs Willard Thompson has returned home from Corbin vhere she ofheru =Mr and Mrs E SM yes Sr have returned home after a visit to their daughter Mrs J6hn Mahonhpf Lebanon Mrs J W Riedel and ch ldreri are visiting her mother in Louis ille this week Mrs JW Lewis has returned home from Louisville where she hns FredaMiss Mabel Price has returned home after a visit to Miss Gertrude Stoker jof Bardstown Mri Frank Willitt who as been Attending school iat St Mary has fe turned home on Account of sickness HCut In TwoThat is what I have done lb prices on allttransfer work Give me you ork and Old Ru will deliver the goQds Every courtesy will be shown the trade and all goods will be handled with care I am going to give you a chance to get hauling done at your own price Call on me or telephone me at the depot J L ALLENtj SiSSiSiStSiSiSiSiSlSs f IA Cold On The Cites Ir COLD i 101 1 I P Is Always Uncomfortable and Often D a n ttrtus This is the season for colds and you will be wise to provide y ur self with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup Neglect o a cold in its early stages is worse than carelessness A well kn lung specialist called it I Constructive Suicide shlcoldThe price is Only 25 ents per bottle Lots of other kinds and ot er medicines here f i C J HAYDOP4aCORNER DRUG STORE f M ia z f t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 BREAKING DOWN OF INSTEPS Mew to Avoid Thin Mont Painful Ailment mid Relieve It Physicians Lave given a name to u comparatively new aliment in flat foot or breaking down of ute arch of the instep This trouble is supposed to be caused by so much going up and down stands to elevated trains and Jumping off curs The small bones whIch unite to form the arch of the loot sink downward slowly or sudden ly as the case may be The bones of the Instep are many and when from excessive mounting of stairs stepping down from moving cars or other strains these bones lose f their cohesive power and sink down they bring the arch udder Instead of on the top of the foot The muscles of the loot have no power to lift these small bones into their place and sink with them The pain Is excruciating even for some time before the breakdown and Is nearly always mistaken for rheumatism About the best remedy for this too common trouble is to avoid It by step ping squarely on the foot and above all by having the shoes made with a de tided curve under the Instep and bay Jug this part of the shoe made very strong and solid This supports the ItTherepurpose some made of hardened rubber to place in the shoe and so formed AS to support that portion of the foot but they slip about so that they fail of their purpose Tin Instep support ers are also prescribed and while bet ter than the rubber ones they still fall tar short o perfection slid are apt to hurt The ribber supporters cause Ute toot to perspire the celluloid ones are hard and have no spring while the metal ones give many causes for coin plaint The very best and surest of all the r plans for the alleviation of this modern complaint is to wrap a narrow band age with surgical precision around that part of the foot as soon as it be gins to feel weak or grinds along the place anfiachestlhls cloth bandage is the best possible support and If per Rested in supplemented by high instep ahoe will cure edn er the evil Is done For personfwho have much climbing to do or much standing it la a wise precaution to keep the instep tightlyTieis nothing to sip or fail ofIts missiony how to llench n Piiljlinlier The road to publication lies all the r way uphill to evjery new author who has not a powerful friend at court in the publisher himself or in an Influen tial professional render says the Omaha WorldHerald The statistics dealing with the number of new manu scripts cast anjiually like so much grist into the hopper of every publishing house is startling to the general reader The percentage of accepted manuscripts Is so small that the tyro exceptionally7tDescending to details U j you have something really worth writing sooner ll necessityutterance lJU nervous pure English revise and rat write until you can make It no better have the manuscript typewritten lay it between two stiff pasteboards rolled manuscripts are never read and send by express to a publisher who has thu reputation of bringing out good novels In the note accompanying it inclose stamp for reply and let the note be businesslike and brief never personal Then be patient How to Make Inilelililc ink Indelible Ink for marking linen may be easily pr uro4a home by Jutting two Jnche of lunar caustic in an ounca bottle and ailing the bottle up with good vinegar Becareful that the bot tie is perfectly clean or the result will apt be satisfactory Cork tightly and leave in a sunny place for two days before using In using indelible ink it toar1tepreparation is first used rut in a clean bottle a scant dessertspoonful of salts of tartar and a Iuhp of gum arable the size of a hickory nut Fill the Uottl with ruin water and stand ma sunny place for a couple of days before using VTo use dip a camels hair brusji In the cum liquid and paint over a space on the linen large enough to contain th 4lltla1S or name desired then allow it l t dry for at least twentyfour hours and Iron before using the indelible ink Always use a new pen and dry in the sun if possible 14 How to Care Calloused Feet 8lf many are annoyed with troublesome calloused spots on the bottoms o the feet This can bo very easily helped if not entirely cured by tisln- r a piece of rough pumice stone sawin apiece oft one side to make a tint sur face says Health Culture Sonk the feet In warm water to soften the spots dry them and while still soft gently rul- Witll the flat surface of the stone and it will surprise you to see how muck of the hardened skin has been removed Repeat this process once or twice a week but not often enough to make them sore and great relief will be ob tained thereby HOTT to Make n Shoe flag A handy shoe bag for traveling may be male says the Plttsburg Press from linen or any stout material Make two oblong bags exactly alike To make the bags cut the linen in four pieces eighteen Inches long by seven wide Place two together and bind firmly with braid Turn over a hem At the top three inches deep and draw up with braid Quo drawstring holds the bags together The word Shoes may be embroidered On each bag n 4oubl outline stitch INCjjBATORvCHICKS Theory ns to the Cnuse of Mortality Ir the Shell There seem to be wkie andvanel opinions as to why chicks die in thev shell Many mini Which Is true in nt demise that th germ is weak caused by too close in reQ ling IGIs true also that we find w nk goats at times when the parent sto k Is not related tit rltes O P Scott in Western Poultry Joiiruai Too close cp iflnement Svith little op no exercise Improper feeding will ipso cuuse chic cs to die in the shell the germ not bcini strong enough to with stand the various changes during in cubation titerniaitsufficient iairr The ventilation of al most all make of Incubators remains practically the time from beginning to the end of the hatch and trhilc this ventilation yyiny be just right at some stage of he hutch it certainly Is not right all the way through If the pro er amount f airipasses through at the beginning f the hatch the ventilators being of a given and stationary size then as tie chic JITcfs It must have a greater amour t of air and as it Is not forthcoming suffocation fol lows The system if ventilation in incu batons of todnls such as to cause a draft drying th j eggs too fast causing the membrane or Ihiing beneath the shell of the egj to become tough so much so that at hatching tiine the chick is unable to brcik through many evon dyiug in the sli ell after being pipped whereas if thimembnuie could be kept soft and brittle as when fresh laid the chick would easily have picked Its way out By placing a hygrometer under a sit ting hen the hu uidity or moisture will register abou t per cent while in almost all makes of Incubators less than half that amount will be shown Here in lies the cnus of such poor hatches in high altitude s the air passing too rapidly through the incubator taking the moisture fro n the egg toe fast dy Ing and touguei into the membrane un tie the chick eat not break through For 31 jvlntr FOTVH Another usefi ht fact almost In dispensable ai title around a poultry ard is a carry ug box or era te says Reliable Poultrji Journal It Is neceS ears especially vlicrcj one Is soniewhht cramped for ro to be1 continually changing spurts stock from one yard or hoi ise to nno neC pullets from ockerolsJoub1ing up yards in order to make DOJU for others With out a carrying c ate you are obliged to A SIMILE C ItKYEfa CRATL earn the fowls y the legs flee or six fowls at n time which not only tends to make them w Id but you are HabeIto Injure a flue bird by reason trying to escape wills spin have both hands full Witi this crate which u small d02r or loosp lath in the top you can wftch dozen or more put them In it tine triuisror theta wher ever you with qi Icily iiiid rapidly and without t injifjy t tlieblids iDllt Is Notes Npver hurry the laying ducks It1 usually injured bath sm 1hnesicli oasis When Imndllttg ducks never hold them by the wing When sickness attacks ducks it is useless to doctor Th beat remedy for duck ailments is plenty ot sliced raw onion in the ma sh nqdlip absolutely dry soft UeELt When you des re IlUnuer lucks for egg proJu jton h ire flaur to live ducks with an unrelale drake Two thick s and one dn ke usually produce to large a peree itaj e of drakes tine they dont jay to utu u Ducks slip Id ever be permitted rite with Owls They both do best ieWhen fowls ai d durir are allowed to driiik from the stiui Vessel lookout for disease eFeeding Orueii Hone Some seats ago liilaud Poultry in erring to green one as n poultry said that itsgrea valuelles In its proportioned und numerous constitu eats which are ji st what is receded by the hen to produo eggs In It we have lime for the sbcl iuinoral matter for the yolk and alt union for the while greetflc tt t It Is con cenfrratedfjf fctl entirely On It the bego connec thou with such milky food as dove or bran 1Fatten iiff Fotslnr I fattening fo Is for market mud Is gained throng confining them in small yards with a house to live In If confined in thl way for two weeks fed heavily on fit fattening food and furnished plenty of water cud grit they will glllu si rprisli gly In weight and condition of flesh All this is to lice advanfage o the Pllef as the plunipor and inor arum ictlvethe car cusses the higher trice lies will bring In tlie marketC entry Gentleman Mnnli F Jr Fowln irash composed of 100 pounds corn meal 100 pounds shoat middlings and fifty pounds when bran charcoal as a regulator If need d tort enough of ai falfa clover to ml what they will oat up dent In fffteer or twenty minutes KQ succulent food jeatsJUovcr Ameri can Cultivator J HOUSING OF SHEEP iCxcennive Warmth nn VcU nit Storm to He Avoided In the first place It shoal be under stOOIl that sheep suffer less from low ofiveparmerv The yolk that Is secreted from the skin of the sheep for the nourishment of the wool and for the Prevention of felting in the fleece makes the skin of the sheep rather Insensitive to cold A sheep with an excessively greasy coat however cannot withstand cold as well as one with a more mod eratelyoily fleece The wool on the sheep prevents the escapeof animal heat from the gals to some extent and these conditions of skin and fleece make It unnecessary to warmly In fact sheep do better In moderate cold than when kept warm Pattenhig sheep will stand a considera ble degree of cold 7 The bad effects of too great wiirmth arise as follows The moisture exhaled from the lungs of sheep confined In a close pen makes the fleeces damp and when sheep are turned out into the cold air thecatch cold resulting in catarrh or inn ueuaa generally designated sniifllcs by the shepherdSOn the other be exposed to storms or dreiichiug rains It takes additional focjl to meet the expenditure of animal heat oven sioned by exposure Sheep IIi confine ment should be given as frtedom as possible and no close or overwarraj protectedagainstcold rains To this end a shed should be provided that is free from drafts but It houid open on to a roomy yard on ltsllceshle When the weather is suitable sheep should be fed outside as far as possible particularly with re spect to fodders which engage a grew t deal of their tithe Yards should likewise be protected on their windward side Tile site of the sheep shed should be high and dry so as to prevent the ground underfoot from becoming damp cleunelld fedsumedland trodden underfoot it will moisture secreted without fennopntjng and the shed will remain clrJI throughout the season and fresh air are at times desirable the shed should be s made as to be closed in cases of ex time coldntul should be close enough in the walls to be freQ from cross draft The PIJIC fled Dont forget that a gojod bed is nQces esPQcInyItshould bfr free from dust and dampness if you expect the pill to thrive SHEEP HUSBANDRY rune sheep nkuust nnywhere ourtjie farinln the stubble field the cornfield around the buildings In the garden after everything Las been liHFvesM anywhere else tint Ihorc are or feed of any kind that will be t 1Stedl if they do not sift It The 8 not oily make satisfactory g msPd1 return n good profit ou tlfe moneyID1 vested but they will add the aptMjarnnce of the place p1 fre crease innterhilly the weed crop hit then year Sheep will eat wet i clean up rough feed that no othet rt Jt wilt and feeder sheep make vieffyiBgttlk factory gains Indeed J lIulltlllnIC ShaCI 04aJihaof the wool which is a big itein tp w bini edas it breaks the ligaments ttat hold the skin to tlie flesh and mpt es the blood vessels that feed the capli lanes to tile wool fiber The animal can be handled much more easily Sy cafehi g jtlte hind leg Or uttdet fee neck vJftvChange Ham Often f ofofans ttltdin a great iieginpt but the one poll- Of netting new blood lute the ftock ought to be looked after all the time If u oitfn wilt geru neW maul ereryseas- Qn of totally different blood he writ be sure to have more lambs and inwe vigorous lambs and cQnMQIIclttlto laterotxl1writes n correspondent of harm Pr ress Of course it is better to get high bred ram if jiossibl sand it vill pay In any but a very small flock to do so but where It is not possible ow ng to circumstances to got a ram of tat kind it might be possible by looking around to Hud some one with whom lo might exchange rams Cnrc of time Finder SniUe sheep should be protected from positively Injurious exposure such as drafts cold rains and strong and cold wind tho aha should be to keep thorn as much its possible In the oIl alrami to give them as much freedoiriVf f exor else vlnter and summer as It may lour intoaginglochs con hi be raised to a or pnllet all it now rests 6u rrofQS6l or Shaw Sheep ole The shepherds crook is a catching not a pounding tool Kindness in the Hock puts dollars In the flockmnsters s pocket Clean sheep troughs tell one side of a story dirty ones tell the other A new Idea In sheep feeding prig tinting with M A HOt rsof Oklahoma Is that of fOediug peas raised among corn Choice of Greed is inore a matter of personal preference on the part of the breeder than real Ity of one breetShiiop Breeder Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENT CKY Dental work at reasonable prices AH work guaranteed Offlco overJHaydon Barker Dr JM Burton DENTISTa Teeth Extracted With outPain GROWN WORK A SPECIALTY rill Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Oftlce in Hagon Block tip stairs B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Jlassaelnisetts Mutual alwayJ reliable and the best dlvidaudpayinfr comjiatfy in the world Your iusaranca solicited DR J H LAMPTON DR J Gt MUD- DIAAPTO AIUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE oPBa J HAYDOSS J9LO Ji Office Hours 12 ai to 2pM Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KYI stairslPhones Residence 71 officer MISS ELLA NtlRSF I TELEPHONES 109oT SCOTT l AYES ATTYATLAW SprjiqgfiQld Ky ngtonyaddP leniICo rt C C AlcCHORD ATTY TLAW Sjtritlagflekl Ky ill practice to StRfee mid ffedeis C urte Y D CLAY ROOKEr Spiiq A ftoid lILLtI1Y Ky Rtil P tine of Win ton a i ootilNMtltntbecon of Ap 11 r 1 If t C L GMI Jitie y14Inl11f S Ky m t celteinrin aao ljnininact nd fnroojrt qf till ls MXRSfi 1lL PU It CANI WXQIII t ce in Robertw Builtting ill practice wutfee Courts of Wash and adjoiioBf c ianties ancl in the of Apnfc 1ton tS 8M Lt j AU fjQ N fR sprn drying of = as alty U Will o an Sonable Phone 84 it LN duo csoaocatao IXaCINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbersf r Cost Least Wear Best j Salesman EC aJooss aO ElDElD CLUBBING RATES iITtI DAILIESSy Tjhe Sun and The Louisville Times one year u- Dhe 00 Sun and the Daily rier Journnlexcept Sus day 640 incIu Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in onoybar and the daily 370 Ihsuri ollrnal any threie in the week sijx 2130T218QTHest 00 F1Jobl n one year 00 WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORtAKE wliei you want to Las a Job of wore homerLiresoaktohonedoubtloss inice in print but dont comp up Pay your money out at homo and it tan comeback garslorsact6tutllionairefollowing businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by hon tand korfbi YQ1ilbig maUrorter housJ FIRST TAT HAVDON BARBER v Dealers In j Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty j T Irvine McEiroy j Dealer Fancy j Groceries and Produce Coirrad Hertlein l Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served h fed Cross Drugstore Cx Artictrsrres v lCDruggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils i Varnish Toilet Articles ROBERTSON BRp o IOf8In Dry Goods Clothing Slipes Etc VC W Hajari Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc k W E Leachman Dealer qi Furniture Carpets Musical instrument 0Jaitfes J Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Not pei Gf undy Cjaybrooke Alclntire Dealers In t Dry Goods Clothing Boots arid Shoes r McEiroy SIiul zt Dealers In HardWare Tinware Sto res Etc v Ed M Russel Jeweler Fine line Watc es Clocks Silverware Et5j t L and N Railroad Time Table 1 DailIncoming 1 t IriArriye3Arrives at Bar stown Junetn 650 930 502 Leaves Louisville L 600j 730cc 410 Daily Sun only Dad Outgoing Trains No 12 No 90 Nor r Leaves eld i 525 a m 715 am 120p m fLeaves Iardstown1blr 800 4 mArrivesr t r1 1 odiilIo2 I r BroWni t Price9- l5 H I A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan Good enoug tti satisfy experienced photographers yet sb simple that children can use itIr PICTURES 2 r x 3J4 inchs- Loads hldaylight with filrr CartridgesI Fitted with meniscus lens and shute with iris diaphragm stops J Full description in Kodak Catalog FREE at ClIfff photographic dealers or by mail EASTMAN KODAK CO 1 Rochester N T THE Nand tDailylIerald l t J p I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 1906 T + HG Z t The Adventurers iBy HR MARRIOTT WATSON i 4Copyright 1898 By Harper ISrot lets GH44Hf + N tfr In spite of o ir objections sercdinbo Instated upon taking a hand with lire at the sculls IHe professed himself sufferedgroinstandmore of i A pin trick rb the way they get ut your vitals In Sfclly said he t EIt certainly showed no signs offnV tigue or faintneSSlu his handling bf the oars but rowed like nsnltaln lit tle sUlly but wtli plenty of force and we cut the water at a flue pace Pres ently Sheppard who had tnjcon Ser- combos place III the bows tapped me ou the shoulder Heres the Iliiy Ned said Jie So much for the flrst stage then said Sercouibe who heard him and he leaned on his oars The current took us with a gentle wash into the bosom of the larger stream Tile clouds can gregated solemnly hill to my fancy with an aspect or sullenness The air was still and the sweat broke out ofi the rowers We changed lignIn and dWunler the fresh Impulse the tub ran the Ray We may pick them up any lliQmentI now remarked Sercbmbe nt11fH1dand repeated hits words to tlie others Here was a dUcjmnia Sercombe pall no heed He was staring its I could Just perceives arlhg out upon the river over our heads Do you see anything rnDe asked No one answered him Star on your pars he commanded and I no longer recognised the soft Voice of our old cntny but something stronger and imperious It sounded of Chile and Peru We ceased rowing What do he Inquired Nothing cnmfftO l Montgomery Ill trust your oars lad SUM SOr uibCr tDrive oii Tha river opened wider and the banks fell yaty On either side sloping softly up t51 great black heights and now a current front the sea cainc hum mlng over file river bar and met us striking theftuu s beak wtthndl11 plush Sho swung toil twisted grotri ing in her slides TOOts the ostijary said Montgom try r Sercombe t leaned rwnrdi Sidweve not caught jemj he said mushigf ly Hood must have had a notion troll you see hotwas bound to piisli onn Our changes lisjd taken place with punctuality uov 1lnr across the bowsjjand had mytoar to the cliaunel The triad camel up and blew gently about my face G bod sighed Ser rpmbfti Uiats rof resiling 1 thought I should stifle- Sltejipard who was a yachtsman cast a glance over his 101 tlc S at the black horizon but he said liothlug The cur tent throbbed iniiler the belly of the boat and she roikuu fell upon the i TWivasi cr7 I suppose woije Inowi askeil Sercombe DarJcnejjs environed us awl i could see lilt thing forwaVd 0 I upon Urn loft A gloomy mass of shnldow lay upon theo right hand t Were hugging tl Iaright bank I will ni think were li thu estuary l can see nothing v t wen keep her In close said Set combs jerking Ills rudder That winds coming flaw UIjlblt the night antl- nlsyo111111115 With that cur rent drawing under the stress of the gust she reeled aiul hung Then she began slowly to creep along ibe water Serconijie jtiunnod the cant closo to the shore lieu out of tie abjrwmnl darkneas the wind brought new sound to my eTirs I turned to the othprs Theyre In froth I murmured liats tlintr gilled Sorcomba froiii the stpru t stroke loll r 4ivp me tb sculls sn Skcppal CJon found your Milking form ni3tt Shell fill if vie glre ltnr tlito hftportli of fi ChIlIWt Keep u l le tJte lee ufrU1e shore and well runlatl along Go unlit boys Urged Setroinba They butt to their work With tied tantI the Iwut spun altnlg in a Jull of wt wind TIll oiiiri uri ora dlpyln li witPI grew cUarsr 01 l lieppnrd dropjted hiscuJJ MIte ai ilglit he IwTajrfiU VWe wtu cattii them Ive iiu IUCror that Let till n k What reoowe going to tier I Why catch 41 lied Muilgo Jer must stHlte somtwiitre iOP time Mkl it Ilia npwtton itt Jill we do it DOWorcxmilp snt coWrtd Hng Snit i this j t w all uiK ustMOUBlr jrwu awaiting QEOI nephlieijS tile rudder sU1ne FJ1ldr fll milli reedutlon VeIl gel a UU iieater Mijvavr W emirk1 ai tiU wind will keep leis from tbetfl nut I fJH y tblt lsltot ii jp spttl4 on terra flruiAw- I agree with yU I Heuted lull on OWI1 rtflId and hlill aepreiir ir nn- Js Shop iTTinpry d rif jbir oarn a ff f the ti1r bfJ on the htoej i7 tvMlior sin tin ai on nwnv Hininitan owly aetlf 0 iiitl 1luimt nq Thetnb roll i it kill till the guns ale la J tirvrjiTr We fltnlieetsele k UleIsea pouring iiia cataract stress her bows Her nose sunk deeply In the trough awl I felt the bounds strut away from ic tawatdihc stern IISl1eis slit title said Montgomery Give way Give Way called Shell AndltIltinasflos of fanllig AViiter The dlngpy look ujuml forward broadside on to the water a iid under the brisk strokes of the raw rs leaped n serond time Then her bo vs went down and rolling her head to one a wounded porpoise shsunk8UIOtiUlw wltli a gur gling and n nter- When Law that 11 Wreck was inev itable I fiopped into the sea and struck outif rlhe shore Three or four strokes bfoi ghtme into my depth and I stood w list drop in the topsiiig waves and looked fir the lheis1 called to tli m tautly and one by one they emergid out of ithe of rlPPlllfouThis is n good thing was the first thing Serco the said as he wrung vat weIc ou n 1M IJTlif Jipycy slunk slowly see we dare it have risked the tl oas rite afloat st1uCkineopen wuterli that Uoi t toniglrt tt said Sheppard i Well cat h Vm afc1ortagrec re marked Mon igoaiery cliccrfuljy Well we nil n OIDlIgiri1tUlllt we lire In lust nud that nothing better old have lmppcue l to us I Mid vtth n laugh Thoivs cnl thin dobbefore I go liyaiil fajftlier v M Ser coaibe and Unit is tajeleftn my pistol and piil in ifrwh arh1dge Annul staid Moiitgomeiy We followed the exntnpl had then we till set o it along iuio maigiu of Iii estuacy running nt the iitsto oink e up fit lust time Hut Wood hart the Ufle told the Iris agftituit liini umlhe uiflde way slowly soUiat we soon caino near uough to Ute boat for our tbAtIdqubtMl tits we race w hln trikiii- tltstnnte eat eueayrvSo we kel i along lie lore uuUfl t e lights lHurtagive 4ne iiilo rinliU It was by tow HomelKlie iwar 2 the luurniim and tae YUlal wtoicli was a col Iwtion of j wr Cottages c- ithutlitrrrcu i ami e dtwh rr era- Wriihtwd s in sleen 0 a lamp w two hnue Prow the rtiidoVs of tile lAnll1fbfjstl s firy at the Mit Tlllagi Had lierc ve hH C diWe upon on iiou i I have got to 12L t1twh- atIIl aftxr Itl ITll be ID 1ottnlrce L 0tmUsl Ws dl- WID Tlmts SforUy csmjiy if wffieod Ser cotDhp dfcrfwfhlntf till we know Unit see W t this I no Iia lm s ff l Ibf a picket Ill tikr TtilT job ntfilff Give jjip JinlT nil bow sail Ill engage to fix the bu lc01IeTt that H piattreot4 and tbf l1ljbI tslgwtrhtil t invli rattU usy ODr1M4tint wfyl tt t pfttloocd ftlO 1Jhl lit Ai UI1rfIl t III te n iuf ftt our 111tlfpll n nskwl hlUil tl1 j no tint It ltl 110 vtfittgli funIjnIb4HltV j liistled H li Fat a1 od ltOItlllhtiR ttapf tangy niicHl him H fs ltnaf rM41 a f1VjtIn yacht MtKiin nt 1Itt li itlnrle rtehtt itMt oil I dint lllPC r th ere w It butt I t ild sea 77fgttt t oed a V1t tYl ter ch s tlttle i t 7ti1I r dqliii1 LaDI FutHrtakon French WI il Iptocc you know Mr Onmtorex Tivoulu tnlco loo long and delay us and make It public Wo can pay coming back Wo did not stop to discuss thp eUi Irs of Hie question but the feeling that tho time was past for argument and that henceforward we were committed by our orlgljial decision to a certain sopliistriesSoreomb had secured a lumbering anti ug1 lugsItpered but its the only craft sullicleut- ly far from them to keep our move monts quiet Sheppard Htared doWnlit It ly jButarmvThereThen here 1gt retuihed Ser combe loapuig into the boat Sure enough in the lessening dkrk I sight of if blacker ucst outward Weiinn 1I10hIIOWI Shoppards out direction more wind Whis pered me dont think we see the aid of this yet Im suiewo dont I returned 111od doupWt w go on placing the foal I suppose T spoke s01l1cwhut bitterly for at that moment an Inlcrvnl of saiiltj reigned nirty mind anti r scented to see in if lush the portentous couse quencee f this atlvonture Sl1Qi1unrcame down in a roarin from the wI cIspaces bf the dun nnel nUll blew out lugs tlll they rang like drumheads A great pulse tilled the sons and the shriekingSiteppeitl kept Ills head cool He came up to the wiiul as near as the abominable lugs woluld let hhn There was no sign of thcj other boat hell bent Iowa the estuary Bald SoFcombe nail wakeor jsonio point ltpou the Somorsotshlre coast proba bbt No no hoa Iround for yowiwrt sall Sheppard lTcnn got awny from Newport like nay lionest skipper Auyrvity well try it nt that The spite tore at the canvas as though It would strip it in ribbons We laud a great way on the boat scudding through the rough water with her port gunwales ripping umlor the foam We got out some distance mid then he said I must fetch l er round Well have to try n long board in this whuWe aid nothing but I jitlnpetlto the lug Down droPl llthe sail a heavy hiiup of damp cntivas and Montgom cry aiid I haulml tihwe drugged it intf po ltloa Lord lthat a boast siiid Slwp pard lleiu t over Uietiller and round she wuug Ute lugs cracking mill the blocks Jumpiug She huvlicdiw though sIte won W goorur 4uul Won the Vvbitu watch sal iUlllg oter liar bows she startwl jjffiJike u liuro upon bar new course ui tinder sald Sordombe she goes wehlt Anytliittg would go In this wont tii returned l 81po11 otSercvniw kuj ied tIt a gW d lllrht for t he ohceuvetiLMjuigoittery at this JuactjBi miaad a cry whids took our y taUtfai The light ATIS tiding oror Hilt wetter tuid a soft darkness rated I see ttifsl he sale yoajre rib brJoe cried Ute captain from the onsSiM there Sheppard peqivl uuder tUc will A yawl Ire find aud we can ea toU tb ult we waul tof Not a liuadreil yards neparatetl laG two boats but It wile ijRt tioaal le if they Would eeb us unless tiny were jthe lookout for us c ertalaily in U t coil uf wiad aiHl water lta sound of ftruttid 4Ltb0U l juggot ta ling tiieui BsakI tip l until itIieh fi Nu IWhI Sl uathe It tIb ut Iar i gaie 1waet t 4 to trtlte with Dir 11agl Sh rdesuede iue What k I do N 1oakd aWw tHee o r cull Kerriuitbc IItoud votceV gate iard easrtl her w let her tW The Fax was cramp ug close Jiattl rou fife other tack wtticttri bent her If rcegltrrthelu tlietr till wpt atitKo f l iil ttoey itanl fChJ JiiuleU lUiluaye a yaVvl to OlM fOOt J Sp tar good I f wV had wit hest peeD Svew re nil right iAiU could p me ou UK II ii V arith A wet sail ICfce wind ble elieritisup l tllP tauiiel Utiltksl Trait dt- htu they tl eel and u ui st of tale crept down In i Utite the yawl Lail disnp pearal bit bf tile laxt glimpse we Ud byitithymand then be JIUIH the t r daku WSl1l1 tThe i tsiFor aR J m tre bang lu tfif wltade totryards eyewtoet njinp I knew W tie arigtuntie OUa1dIan a ugh ng tacitlIUK bowl 7 lti tjJitn suet Ho g t the lqaw Vi l1a d f14 r of that greeay tclsnnn were rOKen Into pools nUll l niountaius Fountains of gieon water j outQell upo t ell stiles nail we were pjungofl Into drenching sprny And this lidntp of rpit and devilry the dlnn iJJrcikrSIO wly Before us and still reepug up the outUufurther through that gray curtain of rain but the next momen we werp aware that Hood Imd ittraketned to our nqlghborliood nl touglt he could not oure1riuulthe yawl but we coded not catch the words Hands were g sticI atiflg and Sheppnrllkeltly the yawl altered hen bout e usjsnlilSlnppardOn the course we ive c holiling how tpIand ere ot erhuuletlier The figures on apjunsrntuotrough lieIIOCCU11IlUt8I himselftattdngabout It AGreek stood near htm and wltllouttiot t thy eyes I know so well The refit of wasdeaAninRtrough of tho WeB anti wlipn we ros Hood stood rt his post vd stretch cd forth to the Greek 11ts next min hotllc1eII close tjossing on the same p pcd of water Lien through that hiujly burly the sharp ioport renchml m r rAtand at tile same time Sorcombei Btaggered and went back against the Kail It was all instantaneous nio Gr pk shiftpd his tjllort and to yawl isliee ed off Mont gomory pulled Sercombej ui and prop ped him In tie bows Its all right any hail he sold That black devil got nlo I meant to t hifcfkWe ynnd he Spoke no morn breathing with dlfll cully I turned to Sheppard Let her away I cried furiously Well have t itInos Oita counterheepLont onHI took his pjj from un tier his waistcxjat i grnpediune I HUnk wo were taRen Aylth the freuz- p hlaltcel Boatel Jicr cried Montg awry Ijiy hor RIo igl I 8110 telluIflYiWr along jShopiMird tRirlPvl liis filer anti the lugcor struck the starjioiiifl quarter of the yawl with n crush instantly Montgomery leaped pistol in Land tlmtu the enomji At that instnnh u shrill scream of t1h1with his raised arm holwlu j 4i knife his nostrils dtateudeil iut his pyos w roTnot on me or tovttrd the bout 1ljoy wore dhticted across j he empty y sect un1 that gray iii st of ruin Tliese facts passjet ma last 111 haft ihntidetnHmble free tajertag as It ere upon ila and then I lifeaitl his nhditt and his- artiti teen i upt all tIlt 41 Mont gotticry hail HUipnblpd into tile yawl Mit l his ballet lied knocked down the uihiunt the helukj TIlt yawl tos tnl mind flapirtHl ill the heating itt r lloml aWd townrd hehnert c him gpathulato at Montgomerjr it teas o t tli Lilt I looked lujtle In hidi hlq li were IWt IlirltlnuI rSbnultaneotisly deft rose gray dawn compounded liotrtlly with i lilr IraH J J1I JJejMh ws loomed te MtMjfc hxlk of aA ocean liner those dreadful noises ofth storm a Steak shrill sotintl and upour ort ban lauteti tW bIa elL ilV ot uilL coati liner ink Mag fottbi a That wns the lntpse side f one men nee next she was ipon nXaj mouUntm uieaacc of death water struck tie jawt mkls nips t E ien to this bobll I have n vet able to elisever tilt jSMWbw i ef that tragic UtldM awl pa rt UUClltben W31rull iwlJthe linr n4olfie larlPj lIp nu tnr vnf HNW t vteible nntliwe rolloil snl tJSetl togili be wind as fllI1 Ki itt 11 Wei- Sfultille I1 ie It tar y its f I tire were conscious of a silence Suddenly Sercombes voice broke us startllngiue Give me a little brandy Grento rtee t I handpdhjm the flask and he set his ljpstblt Put your hand down heretr Ucsaid pointing to his breast I did so Thats the place I knojiv when Ive got njy dose I was alwajg good at that He was silent for a tnn meat Im glad1 saw the man dltff he sold presently I was right otter nil 1 swore Id eee him out But Im sorry about the boy 7 I hud nothing to say and he sank lute silence again Theres that steamer coming back Grotttdrex he said after a time I looked anti saw that he was right Theyll pickyou upthe continued flleutSeQ hare this things bran Ijad IJ iimnageti Its Mtoou a stomachful for all of us but theres no need to make it worse than Ills But Ill tell you what This gunshot is not going to be easy for you not by a long slice It looks ugly Greatorex and thats a fact A yawl run downtheres no hum In thatbut when it cohids to letting blood why there sure to be questions The lights of the llnei gleamed n hundred yards away aril a voice bail ed usrThats gospel truth sad Sercoilibe thou aththe bottom of the sea along wiUi one heewas once more r speaking with difllcilty Ive got my gruel Sro here this is my affair Ill not play Jonah in the circumstances He censed and raisinghlmsdlf upon an arni looked toward the liner Then with a swift movement of his body he pullod hlmsolf upon thegunwnle nnd rolled qff Into jthe water I uttered nl cry and rushed tothe edge of they heaving boat There was no sign or body all Ve or dead iu that tumults uS waste of waters Sheppttrd sat trembling with his whinlperetlTLeand we rocked ou the disordered faith of the sea I went over niuLtpok tha tilldr from his hand and II put her nose toward the Ilner tTl B BoW A Mtnlern lies Hiinne eThe accompanying sketch shows a htfg house which Is designed for the brood sows anT pigs sets nn Illinois farmer In American Agriculturist This ofvwas nt ac 1 16 ton BHOOD sorraeaDrros goodtrialbuilding another for tlc same amount of money Tie hum lug Is 20 by 00 feet in 11 nithsions wustructed oli hedge posts set ill the ground wjth a two Inch plank tlool11le open yards for tile SOWS an 61 thC south Bide while laiser bUlrIflgf elevated tAuk slt and at some dis tance Thtebnlldii proves convenient nail warm 1n the whiter and is easy to astJUleosPIRlnI Cnre of the Kiirni llor1 It frequently hanpens that ifarm hn18l4ue kept too lug at workwJth out being foil and aftpr a fast tlioy fin porsrod Heavy fetdingafter a imiK fast is very nt to bring on IiMlt gisfion colic or lutiniuinationof the JHiwels Many people j pfiear to iinr njrne that it Is uuneceaair to ivoom farm horses regularly anti Ihorougllly This is very great mfetakc Grooming 1s conducive to the health of the horse as wen as ito Its oubv rd appearance Attention tb this fact w1l tend to prevent many t1i eases such lincold bronchitis mind factious of Uie lungs to which horses lire liable CJroomlne oc In oilier words clean Ijnww of tlie tlkli1 is not many sup nee a niece matter ofc lappearauce or e9fdWon of the doinrat telJ animal American Agriculturist 1Bettor StocU For the Pnrni IiIproteitiMit than live Rtotk which to n gn tcr or loiw extent is a part of every farmer working capital It IP not say lug too much cHHKTenla Lila subject rchuiwe tnnke the stat eltiout t lat ntUQ lines oiit of ten the callhcr of the mat is correctly jbtlgeiii by th character of the stock he keeps As ruieit to the srrtib fftimfr Who keFp f rub stock The liiteltigent mart the educated to dxtr flsrhiilturst take it PRreOD ealfxesttetitx n v ple NlStlTht Jlpfllsw e foot lilt n be atKi mt ttenthMi fmra rtts hft tit rUn lofu atopa th lilaebp pmotd ror this pair r1fttIOl a reKl or tat wiih If tltinef is tnn tifHl toItfchleO eortvct thIs by ft7tiagiMg Oft t nh oriMuary tan tl ire no necessity for bofe efbu hoof h brittle Itt foot twrt r in sow vrly Mbre eis isfcowl i1 Inll cr1mlnate tii ohlr n xv O OO O OO i i1 sTtiEo 1aCfiaplhtJWatef a I Power Roller Mils I0 0 MAKES THE 0 FLOURa1t o THE BEST MEAL 0e IX iIj Ih Springfield an l many jf jOther sections of Vashl Lori 5 eounty our brands ate sold Bu them and get TIE BEST n ID B SUTHERLAND fDaJrtr oooQ1 PQ Shoe Repairing harnessshoppared to do all kinds of olass shoe repairing at the most reasonbfe prices ADOLPH ZAHN2INGER 11 The deafand dum hrtemakeiv 00 00 tt o o 0001I40Ji 0 1 OFo tf J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY ao 5 CAPITAL 5000b tJ Surplus and Undivided t Profits 25cxoj a cionIo L B Olin AsstCnsbior sc n B Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS din L Liteoy J Lo Is SJ0 O Polin 0 eoVwith safe banking If ydu nveeT J not already an account w ithj hiS a we invite your patro lag a eQ at OoOoQo 00 11ooooooooooooooooooocoooooO GlL Tume toe RiloiiJr i t H Ri- LEtitWlllW fiITUMEY 0 t LIVERY FEED AND SALE STAELE V j c SpringfieldKy 8 1gCnrG cooc q Ococcc oacoOCQccoc ieoot YOUNlEE SALV CURIE Youneedit Salve mahufactur Dr J IV home Hodgenville E one of tyIc ur s n o YQ1 dexful ciinitive properties Dr Tl oniaa ot has onfile in his office 14 8 festir monials coming from people v 16 have been cured or greatly benefit th past yoor his js a new salvehay it been on the market about one year n e t42G testitrionials come as a r t f the dale of boxes i cFor Sale By AH DrU ifti R j w THOi- Hodgcnville lfKy 3 J ir rivrivs o nr6i MAYfileFtneral Director dd Lire sed Embab RINtrrRl SENT t r ntior t rt EY shbvni IandS fie of Caskets and Buria + r Day 19 Night 44 It 1r i S rTiltSPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR7 1906 r iitiitiit iitriitiitt IkIrWANTED Another Carload of Poultry WI +i 1l EDITOR SUN Please cut my Coal ad out this week everybody knows I handle none but the best coal i- J Please say to the farmers and their wives that within the next two di three weeks I will want another cf I i4+ tload of Of course v i 1 r i vt Y 11 f4Jit I Wr m 1t II t 1 1 ighest Market Prices Will Be Paid 2- liIF7j II w + + ft r t C ii 1 iI j 1I f AY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURSi t k ita IL I WANT CHICKENS AND EGGS y f w r F r I PAY CASH t r f itr Ir +r irs ii M111huM l 1i hIhIOA9EI i l trstit ft 1 iit + Ji BROOKSVILLE T Mr Roscoe Brown and wife and Mr Vales Royalty and wife visited Mr M C Keeling Saturday and Sunday at Hillsboro Several attended the sale at Mr l Prathers Saturday Several attended the supper given bv the Masons at Willisburg Saturday night MrIven Armstrongand wife Mrs A C inkston Saturday and Sun lay Mr and Mrs John Goff visited Mrs Jim Harlow Sunday Miss Hester Noel is visiting her sister fat Tatham Springs this week Messrs Garnet and Marshal Pinkston visited Henry Noel at this place Sun day Mesdames J A Sharp and J K MrslBirch Thursday Mr Settles entertained the lx ys of this place Sunday i Mrs Mary Lee Pinkston and mother visited Mrs T E Wilson at this place Tuesday i THE ISPRINGFIELD r MONUMENT CO Will locate in Springfield about The first of March for the purpose of Manufacturing Monuments and Tombstones My shop will be located oil Main street near the Opera House You are invited Io come in and examine my work The work will be executed in Springfield arid will in every respect equal that of the larger ties Prices Reasonable TV Phillips J s 1 atM as a tM ra a n LH11 poultry i 4 yisited Henry Letteif LIst List of let ers remaining uncalled form the Sprin field Post Office for week ending Marc i 7 S BBejt Will Blandford Mrs Ida Hickers n Missj Annie Good Mrs A Co Lucaj MiSlfLula M Lucas Wallace Me enryBen Miles Karl WagkofkaW WATERS Postmaster How to AD IT Lotloni to the Fnc Ono very gjood way to apply a lotion to the face when time Is not taken Into account Is to pour as much as Is needed Into a clean imucer and use sterilized at eorbent cotton or gauze which can b purchased fir a trifling sum of the c emlst Make some little balls or pad of the cotton and keep them In a lean wide mouthed jar Itha screw top and uS uis needed Dip them In o the lotion and gently wash It ore the face using fresh onestrome to time during the process lion to Gt Nat Meat Oat Whole Pecan and hickory nut meats can be easily ren oed without breaking by pouring bo ling water over the nuts and letting them stand until cold says the National Magazine Then crack with a hamme striking the small end of the pecan Sunday is the popular day for weddings in GaUat n county I JENKINSVILLE J T Lester urchased a pair of work mules of Dave atherly for 225 and sold one eight earold horse to Dick Graves for 100 Dock Harmor and son sold a nice bunch of 16Q po nd hogs to J B peters for525 per hu nred Mr Joe Ross of Parksville is visit lVHIrESCream Vermifuge THE 6UAMHTEEI WORM REMEDY THE CHILDREN FAVORITE TONIC IMITATIONS THE GENUINE MIEPANED BallardSnow Liniment Co- sT L Ulf MO TL ing his aunts Misses Maggie and Sue Rose of this placcI Mr Charlie Bottom purchased a nice horse and buggy from Ed Britton for 265 Quite a number from this place attended court at Harrodsburg Monday MrStevd Tyler was in Chicago Mon day on business Mr and Mrs Gola Smith entertained quite a number of their friends Thurs day night with music and dancing Refreshments were served at eleven oclock There was a large crowd present and all report a nice time Mr and Mrs Jake Tatham were vis iting friends and relatives at this place last week Mr George Goode and Miss Minnie Bujrg drove to Mackville Thursday and were united in marriage by Rev Wal IJcer WORMSI All chit- dren court plain fre quently of theirpo hurt and that they sdont feel ligood rnLJIuisthe is a almost invariably due to pin worms Children havent the strength to com bat their ills and indispositions without the aid of some reliable medicine Dr CaldweUsLajtatlum Syrup PepsinIs an t failing harmless and absolute cure for worm stomach and bowel troubles and ci n be used as freely for either baby or he bigger child as for full grown folks If your child seems indisposed fever ish fretful peevish and all out of sorts- t worms One dose oflRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN as directed the dejected condition will vigorDRCALDWELLS can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if it does youYour requestwill bring by return man our jnew CALDWELLS BOOK 0 WONfcERS and free sample to those who have never tried this wonderful remedy Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO MtntlttUt Illlncls Sold by Ih a Btd Cross Drug Stin SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Undor this head nil persons who are sub Hcritorn to The Sun may Insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn andothor fiiriii products stock otc for sal4or wanted Land for salo or for runt not but In sorted in another department of tjto paper at very low rates Clyde Goatley RF D No 1 has for sale the S C Brown Leghorn eggs 35 cents for 16 Mrs Laura Vest of near town has for sale two good heifersIMrs R A D No 2 has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtnn 1 for 15 W S Gibbs Willisburg roy has for sale several Jacks from 14 to 15J hands high from 3 to 7 years old Price to suit the purchaser S T Ray Lebanon Routel3 has for sale a pair of 5yearold mules 16 hands high SpringfieldDuroc male hog T K Smith Springfield has for sale a good work first cla s driver Also a good rubber tire buggy AC Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymouth Rock and Single Comb Brown Laghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 M H Jones Springfield has for sale a lot of White Burley tobacco seed J W Tucker Springfield has for sale 500 loucus post Gilbert Carpenter Springfield has for sale some good work horses forIWorks everywhere fine dryer In foalS M Campbell Springfield has for sale two horses one 4yearold in foal by Jack the other 8yearold J R Conner Fredericktown has tor sale two good mares One 161 hands in foal by Jack The other is dyears old 16 hands high good worker and driverL Gregory Spring eldl1yR- IF D No3 has for sale 6 nice poland- boars and 6 One brood mare in foal to D B Leachmans fine Jack No3hasBuff Orpington Cockerals KyhasLeghorn cocks at 50 cents each if taken at once LITTLE BEACH Mrs Haydon spent last week with LOgsdoitWhOis Mr and Mrs G W Fehwick were in Springfield Saturday Uncle Shelton Jeffries is confined to his room with rheumatism Mrs W A Barker is still on the sick list The high water caused by the large rainfall Friday night did much damage to roads and fences in this community- Mr and Mrs Lloyd Fenwick spent Sunday with the latters father Mr James Anderson Jennie and Margaret Litsey spent Monday with Mrs Abe Canary Miss Flora Boswell is with her sister Mrs E R Dargoo who is very low with consumption Some few from the place attended the play in Springfield Friday Our Canary merchant Mr J A Johnston is going to move his stock of goods to the old store house at Water loo where he will continue in business We have had a beautiful winter so far but lookout March came in like a lamband according to the old saying twill go out like a lion Nearly every county in the State will have a Home Coming following the big event in Louisville Meats Below we print a sort ota meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast Steak Perk Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutttn Roast Mutton Chops Vial RoastIVial Chops Vial Cutlitts Plodded Pig Put fielded Btiogna Ham Breakfast lacin Mince Meat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Widnisday CARPENTERS Meat Market Announcements Illinois Central RJ R The Illinois Central mantains Double Daily Service and operates tlve lbest trains with Dining Cars Cars and S Chicago St Loius CNncmnatiand Louisville south to New Orleans The best road for reaching the Winter Tourist resorts of the South including New Orleans Vicksbur Gulfport Miss Hammond la MniWi iGras at New Orleans KAhl17 06 Gulfport is a Mexcian quI Q ant GreatSoutOrleansi alIabove IIHAVANA VIA NEW ORLEAN Havana Cuba is best reachedvia the Illinois Central s New Orleans and the new ocoai lirjer twinscrew ni1etee knot s s PRINCE ARTHUR leaving New Orleans every Wednesday at p m and arriving at Havna at sunrIse Friday morning Extremely low one and round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Lbu isiaria Arkansas Teritoryj Oklla homa and Texas j on the first and third Tuesday of each month ilySleepiI1gto Memphis FULL PARTICULARS concerning all the above can be by addressing F W HARLOW p P A Louisville Ky Springfield Markltr Bacon Hams 15c Bides 12Kc Beeswax24c per pound f Bnttor 15c to 20o per pound Chickens Hcns8 c Spring Oo t Dried apples 6c per pound Dncks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to 80c per bushel Eggs9c per dozen- Feathers45i per pound Flour2eOto 3 Ginseng 760 per pound OraJn Wheat 83q cornOOc Oats Hldea Green OHd to lOHic Lard lOc per p and Lime to HQO per barreL Mill product pert100 pounds PotatoesCountrJSOc Balfcf 145 andfl85 per barrel Turkeys 10 per pound Tallow 4c per pound VInegar25o to lee per gallon Wool Bnrry and greasy UHcj clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c Country Borghum 45c to roc Geeee =eOcapelce