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Digital page images are linked to the text file. w I 1 Lf i tli m jt b flflT l DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY j WEDNESDAY J MARCH 14 1906 NMIEI Ii ti ilx MISS SUSAN B ANTHONY Died at Rochester N Y Monday haworkedgaplzedthe first state woman temperance Society nhd in 1850 she and the Sutfrugassociation WOMAN ARRESTED1 Mrs Seraphine Tate Must Stand Trial Charged With Viola lion of The Pension Law JCourierJournal A touching scene was that presented Saturday afternoon by Mrs Seraphine Tate in the office of George W Long United States Mar shal She was dressed plainly and was seated at the opposite side of Miss Hor tense Hortons desk awaiting the a jpearance of Dr Ben L Bruner wh was to take her to the Jefferson county jail to await the action of the United States Court which convenes next week As a reporter entered the office arid inquired the news of a deputy Mrs Tate turned her head and quickly she asked of Miss Horton what that meant In whispered tones Miss Horton told her that it meant that whenever anyone was arrested it was published in the papers Tears began to roll down her cheeks and as she glanced at the reporter she took her handkerchief froni her pocket and wiped them away Sh again turned to Miss Horton and re plied that it broke her heart to thin that it would be published in the pape- rthat shehad been arrested Mrs Tate was indicted October 4 1904 on three counts by the UIi edl States grand jury Two of the ch rge her with making false affidavits in which she declared she was the wid ow of John F Pittman a soldier of the Civil War and basked for a widow pension at the rate of 12 a month The other count charges her with pe jury in that she swore before S M Cutler a Pension Agent th tshe ha tnever married since the death of Pit man The proof in the case is th IMrs Tate was married to George in Boyle county January 2 11900 TateI law is that the widow of a not entitled to a pension after she has married againIWhen Mrs Tate was indicted s was residing in Marion county which is in the Western district of Kentuck but she was arrested in Boyle count which is in the Eastern district S wits arrested bv C Refines Deputy United States Marshal of Somerset at her home near Mitchelelmrg Boy county United Stat ofTiceAi have bee a year and a half trying to locate Mrs Tate It wits only a few days agothi- hor whereabout became known Brandenburg btjstnosa men are tu thusiastic over fqrminf a Gommeraial ClubBrandenburg laHk have secured an instructor and will take physical c 1j 1 Leach anNorman Mr and Mrs W H Leachman have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Margaret Leachman to Mr Crawfo d Boyle Richmond Va The marriage wilibke place in June at Brooklands the Home of ths brides p re- ntsENRAGED FATHER follows Eloping Daughter But Himo gMrhtof ie Isham of Mack ille Washington coun Theyarrivldabout g rl a note pur ivinghismade an affida it that the note was obliginglv Reeo tkwo ceremonYwass per arsonageP r il presence of De utv Gibbs and nig a werelhasceremony was over the newly couple drove to khe residence of fso a 5 omp to t corm o ar parc andre tdn t to oiledat out m arrived In pursuit the runaway couple theyhpi ke it harm for Deputy Gibbs aheget cotywhheich g SWOl n Vas not written prosecutellOr saidnsea in the heitit n dung couple contem- iplatek rfuitrimcn r Carey hd frei dhiltdftughtcrlJOmlfrQm boysbuthidauglHtrfIlJsjjeanL to lt1 gtt rftIt THAT WOMAN Her Pony and Her Dogs Mysterious all Have Been in Washington County Our Mqlntire corespondent says The mysterious woman who has ere ated so much excitement by her travels through Boyle Taylor Green and Mar ion counties during the past year ha appeared in our community She came here from Marion county after having spent about two weeks in the Loretto neighborhood She travels on a pony comparfieqbydogs she carries in bags attached to her saddle At night she shelters in a barn or sortie outhouse and sleeps with her dogs covering herself with some old blankets which she carries with her She is of small stable and presents very untidy appearance but claims th she is not accustomed to ragged clothing She is Very talkative and see to be harmless but when irritated becomes abusive and using oathes sh flourishes her pistols Just what he mission is no one seems to understand Some think she is a detective whil others are of the opinion that she is demented and because of this condition of mind became a wanderer over the country Since the abovrshe has crossedover to Marion county in the Holy Cross vicinity POWERS CASE Sent Back to the State Courts For Trial t Washington March 12In an opinion by Justice Harlair the Supreme Court this afternoon held that there w nothing shown in the case of Caleb Powers which warrants the Federal Court taking charge of it The case is remanded to the State courts arid Powers will be tried for fourth time in the court in which was three times convicted as an accessory before the fact of the murder of William Goebel The decision w unanimous In discussing the case at length Justice Harlan indicated that after the finaladjudication of the case it mig come to the Federal courts upon a w error if the rights of the defendant should be denied Justice Harlan said that the question of the valadity of the Taylor pardon could not be consider by the court here at this time as even if the pardon was valid that would n be ground for transfer under Section 641 CIRCUIT COURT adjournede vetry come he court and an ajournment for this to will probably be made ina few day chargirer juryresultedhe The following indictments have been urned by the grand jury IiAsu de i affray one for seduction four cart ry ng concealed a deadly weapon two Ifoi selling liquor to minor one for ftogaminnd wtlawfkl vsRifor i Special Judge H W Rives of heLe miijHV lust Thursday on the common Jav branch was decided in favor of the dindant in the equity suitthft ilf in phfdgoRui alib propehaverty a u lu lr andis tated i f court decided in lvor of Mr Death of Floyd Mudd Mr Floyd Mudd an excellent and much loved young man whQresiqedin the McI tire neighborhood died at the home of his parents at that place Tues day March 6 at 3 oclock p m of consumption The deceased was aged twentytwo years He was a son of Mr and Mrs Richard Mudd He leaves a father and mother two sisters arid two brothers to mourn his death and to them merry friends extend condo lencehaHORSE SALE Conducted at Wharton Tapp Livery Stable a Success The following are the sales of horses as reported at the sale conducted at heratlast Wednesday t Ray bay more 71 Beard msWillhite W E Selecman gray horsy 7250 rW F Simnjs J J Wheatty 4yearold bay gelding MalatteeS D Campbell 6yearotd sorrel mare 16750 Chas Brady G F Carpenter bay horse 108 Adamsir y 10750 Lem Goode tTom Simms bay mare 131 Beard WillhiteiDick Hagan 4yearold bay mare 150 Jamie Blarid 6yearold yellow mare 31250 Chas Richards Ed Ross bay horse 96 Clay Brady Buford Neikirk bay mare 110 Carpenter bay horse 6850 lGraham Perkins Rev Henncssy 3yearold bay mare 175 Cap L McKee 1Vh Campbell bay mare q5 Foley bay gelding 125 asBen Janes 2yearold sorrel stallion 200 Benedict ClementsIJame McCullum 3yearoldi sorrel gelding 13750 Park Smith McElroy and Green one jennett 50 Derringer bay mare 92 Beard theWillhite Jno Reynolds 4yearold bay horse 109 W P Hatchet asHarry Derringer bay horse 55 J A Kyler Beard Willhite brown mare 100 Lenard Baker 3yearold sorrel geld htLenard 50 Baker bay mare 107150 F Simms j L Mi Walker 7yearold bay mare 125 365edE G Holiday ofTarr Ward 3yearold bay colt 120 W vWmmember 10750 Clifton Leachman 4year old grey oREnsor R M Banister 2yearold jack 375 R Ml Banister 2yearold jac r 75 R Ml Banister year old jack T Ji Hamilton brown gelding 1rJohn Lester G F Carpenter bay mare 51 HHill MuddsWharton Tapp sorrel hores 8 ens mare Arthur JMudd S M Campbell 4yearold Jmare ijS26 Geo Clpnlentsj CHAPLIN t reordagcalledulto wl o ie serious illness which ended in the death of her grandmotherkMiss Ora Hutchens is yisftinm her aunt Mrs Nan Mathews of Alidway Mrs D B Sutherland and little daughter Giaise spent last veeR with rdltitives at Shaipsvillo raster R01und Murphy of Bloon field ia with his gnmdpnrants here vMwH JMiiiio Cokftndolplior has re turned to school iii Sitripgledrft ar an ab once of font wfeks S ring has truintand quite a mlrpbcr of tIT peal c have begun to pr Jar fOlthe luniui summer Mr Bolyn has ji lrl11 iiu painrdtluitt a num ncr oi lu uses III tins vicinty DR GEO SHAUNTYe Appointed a Member of Examin ing Surgeons For Pen stops Louisville Herald Dr George M of 721 West Jefferson et LBoardsions at Louisville The appointment comes from Washington and was made on the recommendation of John W Yerkes He succeeds Dr William Bailey FredrickS s 9 1867 He recieved his primary Beat a tion in the public schools of Washing ton county and at Eminence and Leb anon Ky In 1893 he graduated from the University of Louisville and spent Neew York Polyclinic College and Hospital where during the last six months of hi term he substituted as house surgeon FREDER ICKTOWN t A Correspondent Reports Muc Sickness In the Burg Our neighborhood is visited at present by a great deal of sickness which keeps our doctors on the road constant lyand it is to be feared that we are going to loose one of our most popular and lever gem1 men Mr Horace Cambron Horace has been sickonly for a short time but men of age do not stand sickness verse well He is eightysix years oldand two weeks ago was as lively as a young man He would ride a colt to the mill using a sack of corn for his saddle it aihimiample for the young folks of today who whenever it comes to do a job are suffering with rheumatism or some other imaginary desease Horace is one of the old landmarks and he yjWeMrs Daisy Mudd is not any bette brotherJ is power to relieve her from her suffering W H Osbourn one of our best love citizens and father of a very creditali family had a severe sudden spell last Priest and doctor were sum in all haste but Mr Osbourn got better to the great delight of all friends Mr Osbourn isa soninlaw Horace Cambron and is a close rela ofourbeloved Washington county sheriff Joe McDonald who was reported better we are sorry to report is now sufferingwith feverr He is now wi grandparents Mr and MrsF I and Miss Lizzie Montgomery has 0taken charge of him No doubt th atigcharitable and much esteem urse will soon relieve Joe and give him back smilingand happy to his countless friends of this vicinity Miss Lizzie Montgomery has been suffering with a severe case of grip A great many of her friends called InC her to console her in her sufferm Miss Marie Wimsatt of Botland the bright daughter of MrW A Wimsa tt has be6n at her bedside constantly vhsat now soon out to to E charge of her ijnportrnt turkey business Miss Mary Haniilton was at Huntars Depot one day last week on a visit to her friend Miss Joe Montgomery and may go from the re to Louisville whwre daiiIrc To Cui e a Felon says Sain Kendall of PhitA htulr t Kan just cove it over with ttucic lens Ariiicaalveiaiid the Saivo j teat Quiokbtt cu o f iu n Boils Sore 5alds W nllnoip Edema Salt Rhuem Cn pp it J ore Fret and Sore itjh C J iia duau urug I t Seriously IIh Circuit Clerk F M Cam wll Is iie riously ill ac his home at thii place hw illness being due to a severe attack ol hemorrhoids There is not s more pop ula r are better known Inanj in Wut ington county than Mr Caji pbeltaetl his hupdreds of friends will j e grieved to learn of his illnessl I o OPTIONi People Win a Victory in tht Lcg r islature IIFrankfort Ky Mardh HJTHaviniiF won what they regard as a refil iclory- in the General Assembly of Kentucky the temperance people of the take win the first opportunity seik to enforceat haveswet spots and add to the list of pro qlIripnwealthBy s wing bill the recinct vote asa menace to the temperance cause hai been re moved Thereby it is the elieftif the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky that whisky will be voted out of t niyfivl sixtyhr The sixtyfour counties already dry are Ballard Carlisle Hi krttan Ful ton Graves Livingston Marshall Cal loway McLean Butler Bieckenridge Grayson Edmonton Sim soqAUeh Barren Hari Larurf Bulhtr Spencer Taylon Green Adair Metcalfe Monroe Cumberland Clinto Russell Casey Boyle Oldham Waype Gar rard Rockcastle PoWell Ja ik on Laurel Knox Clay Leslie Harlan OwsT ley Lee Wolfe Menefee organ Ell iott Carter Lawrence M rtin Pike Letcher Perry Floyd Jo prop Ma goffin Breathitt Kietiol Rowan Bath Grant Robertson Fleming and Knott All fifthclass cities of hick there sixtythree must vote With the and about twentyfi reipf these counties it is hoped to line i p with the temperance counties The c unties are Hardin Bracken Lincoln Whitley Woodford Pendleton Lew Union Hancock Henry Lyon Irittenden i Hopkins Bourbon Bashing n OwcnPulaski Gallatin Ohio Mc Lean and Muhlenberg IN JAIL George Humphrey a Blajcksmith ClpbersePunished Wednesdays Louisville Tilnes SaystGeorge Humphrey a blacksmith offIVoodlawn Nelson county a id Eunice Reed aged seventeen years w qo were arrested on a warrant swo lion by Agent Julius Hild of the ord of Childrens Guardians were presented in the PUfice Court this m rn g were fined 19 each and wereach bondLPHum hery was charged wI Ferthis wife Mrs Agnes u and five children at Woodlawn Nelson county and eloping to Lbuis viije with Eunice Reed formerly a dc m stii in gFannie himtliidren Beale ttvinagedgSseven to vir dence while the Reed girl wzs etn played in the Humphery famiv3h alienated the wifes affectioi s Mjjg Humphery told her husband th itontof them would have to leave horn rid he decided to go leaving the wife and children withrmlv the blacksm th sliop Humphcrsecured board infl Iodine Htusieor ducted by Mrs Mry Giiwra 21S West Broadway Mrs Hump ory and her sbil t i wi leave for their home this tJsooti Tha little girl FanniewI ja ibrought by the father rifa i tyro home with her mother Hum P he rJ and the Read giriivyere unable to furnwb lipoid tnd u sent to the workhowit rI tfasedirb6 h Sun rtr tr r H i 2 G THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AURCR U 11906tir i t 111 p SUNINChestnut Stallion by the great Red Lea t foaled 1901 bred bYRE J JJGoddard of Horrodsburg Ky nowr t 11r p vn d in Springfield wAll make theiseasonof 19 6 m charge of L U t Baker the owner at the Fair Ground stab es at IOtoiiistweLivrngColt21 Jr ISuJlShmecan step a 3Q Shot with grace stylexand He is the living picture ro Lord Golden the greatest Show hrse that ever wore harness HIs Jb eeding is superb by the great Red Veaf the champion Show Horse of t j 1eQtucky and the leading sire of JSunshineuSunrise and Glorious Sunset the greatest pair in Kentucky His first trdam is Madam Wood by Madwoodt i t ufadam t3 004 his second dam is Balrosa l alrosa Chheb Mambrmo Chelf n t maAlmonb k of Almont 4 dam Roling mare 221 t lJk Jburg ri r f in p rt lii3 dam is the dam of t7jmy sorrel pairthat I sold for 3750 J and SM is a verY fine mare 16 hands H high Besides thIs sorrel pair I soldanother geldin out of her in a team for 34O At the same time and place I will stand mv fine Jack t 3O IJHL GOEBELV x at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Bi Goebel is a black Jack with white points 15 hands high and is a Lure foal getter He is Big Muck he Gov Wood dam of Bill Goebel by Reverly and out of aBlack Hawk Jennett This Jack is the best Jack in the country accidentsnot jrI Hiti 8t81J Kentuckys Golden Milestones Louisville Herald L Ie IN nation can be destoryed says J I q Holland while it possesses a good home life No nation we may add can oe happy without a life so salutary 1 and so elevating Love of home is a distinctively American characteristic and ofall Americans Kentuckians stand in certain respects most devoted to home and hearthstone Americans are not fortunately the only people in the world with love of home nor Kentuckians theo ly Americans with iLin high degree But it is an essen tial American arid Kentuckian char acteristic The Kentuckian without it Is no longer a Kentuckian for in this State of hearts and homos eachmans beautifullydecentral pqint from which he meas urea every distance through the gate was of the world around him However far a man goes he starts from his own door Well indeed if he may often look back to that door for inspir ation Better still if from time t- otimlla may return ix its shrine It is the homelessness of thousands in busy centers of population which leads to lawlessness The homeless child is tile most pitiable of human beings His start in life is handicapped bjf the IIPresence of influences on one side deleterious arid by the absence gt agen cies on the other and elevating ThepPolice records of all large cities iWithhome No home short but ex pressive term telling of a wreck and ruin in which tragedy involving mor than one life may be written1 When the than of no home became so the tie binding hihi to happiness and perhaps even to hope of happiness was s vered All cannot win wealth but every one should have a home Casa mia clsa mia passionately exclaimss v the Italian Home dear home small though thou art a palace art thou tome In old Rome it was Cato against homeagman with the strength of home life to draw from invincible the man with thi securityof home life to rest on The pioneers of Kentucky made their humble homes seats of parental love THE SUN AND Both pa pend Commoner11111117Weekly 5 0 Weekly Louisville He ald 125 American 150 175WeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeck New York World 175 Homeland Farm 125 Agriculturist 175 1i60 1111 60 225CountryFarm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 11 Review of Reviews 3 85Ll1Prmco400LedgerHarpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv 150 and filial ilutyi Every member qf the discernmentJtfirstless loges 6f h is abode The eye of infant reason op ned in Kentucky on a veritable heat n As the hlomes multiplied- so did the heaven of family affection Kentucky ruling passion did Stephen Collins Fb ter render into saul stirrin music The love 5f home that keeps Kentuckia s loyal to high trust will invite count ss thousands of former resI- dent of tl is State to the June Home Coming F tival That love is of the heart hear Jest The Kentuckian loves his kith aid kin He loves those who love him ecause het is blood of their blood and one of their bone The fairily circle broken by one going for i to distant regions in quest of health or fortune sorrow seizes o n all the remainder Oh call mr brother back to me I cannot play alone The sum e1 comes with flower and beeWhere is my brother goneoHappy then the homecoming to those at omeand to those returnin Kentucky loves her children and they love her Here as nowhere else is felt the tthe Hethat loveth not his brother at ideth in de- athWEKLY PAPERS Mediume S jSaySW J BrYan The political weekly deserves to be considered as an advertising medium for the following reasons First 5iich a paper is taken mainly by those who believe in the politic doctrines which it advocates and tisements appearing in the paper commend th mselves tq the reader A mans convictions are as a rule degand lasting and in every great cri s there are mnumerablein stances wpjere the indi tlualsveiws public scions are stronger the tieThose who hold tens- tously to their political opinions na urally prise papers upon which the can rely for the information which they nee in the discussion of political questions and those who advertise in such pap irs profit by the confidence which th reader has iri the publisher Second Political weeklies are not read and thrown away like daily paper but are laid aside for reference The adve Using matter is therefore of Casting v flue and it is not uncommon ran a Ivcrtiser to hear from an ad vcrtisem tit many weeks af4eri it has ceased to appear in the paler Third The political weekly is growing and ids fair to occupy an i creas ails ip 5ia 8s enterprise whose editorial pdge is itherPraftially without political color or defend the intenats of thecor Po rations withwhich the owner js nwbted Tjhe stockholders of the g dailies arc generally unknown to the public neither are the writers know- whose pencils supply copy for the edi torial page It is impossible that ti intellijjjenb and thoughtful student o affairs should pay a great deal ofattention to editorials written by nobodyknowswho land often with a ulterior purpose With the growth of the daily it be omes less and less possible for the same person to be both editor and owner and if he is employed to do th writing he must write as tha owner desires or forfeit his place It is likely therefore that there will bean increasing tendency to read the daily for its news and the weekly for the thoughtful government A wGekljrpa per can be published without great ex pense and can be edited by the owner Its circulation will depend jiartly upon tho popularity of the ideas presented d and partly upon the ability with which the paper is edited Fourth The political weekly has a wider field than the daily can possibly have because a daily published in one city can not hope to invade the pr cincts of another city buta weekly publishedanywhere in the United States can find its way into every village and hamlet of the country I contents are not valuable because o their freshness as news but because f their permanent usefulness in the consideration x f questions of moment ihexgpensive as compared with the daily and reaches those who would nit feel able to pay the price of a daily It may be confidently expected therefore that po litical weenies will increase in number in circulation and in influence and the value ofan inch of advertising in such a paper will approximate the value of like in a monthly magazine of like circulation W J BRYAN Great Relief alDuring that trying period in whichwomen so often suffer from nervousness backache painsthereDr Miles AntiPain Pills thotonelydesired I taken on first indication o allaYthcnerves and save you further suffering Those who use them at regular intervals have ceas ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful drugs and leave no effect upon the heart directcdiThey foryens I and pains around the heartusing Dr Miles AntiPain Pills I am leeandtho Pain Pills when I was first taken IrccommendMRS HENRT FUNK E AkronO byyourthe first pac age will benefit If It falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never n bulk Indre TURNij P PIKES The following will be let to the atLSATURDAY MARCH IL 1906 TURNPIKES ChaplinriverKy 5 miles Sec No 2 Begins at Polin and ends dirt road near Rock Bridge church Es1 timated length of road 4 mites Sec No3 Begins at Mt Zion and Mporesville pike Estimated length 4 s L Sec No4 Springfield and Bloom NumibeSec No5 Mooresville New Hone and Doc Run Numberof miles 2 710 Sec No6 Mt Zion Brush Grove BrushGroveSec No 7 Mt Zion Brush Grove and Rock Bridge church to Black Johnsons store Number miles 2i WaltonLickline Number of miles 1J BridgebegipningBurns school house Number of mile 2thSec No 10 Chaplin and Rock Bridge beginning at Burns chool house and Black Johnsons store Number of miles 2J Sec No 11 Springfield ands Foo annNumber oi miles 2 Fofx ing at Glonns creek Numberof miles 3 Sec No 13 Beginning at Whiteoak k nber ending at Duncansvtlle road Num 4 MOrganBroscreels Number miles Ij Tunnelel a Job Dunns ends at Chaplin river Number of miles 2 Sec No 16 Begins at Chaplin river ends at Wm Ingrams Number of ml esIandGordonsSec No 18 Begins at Chaplin rive at Gordon Ford and ending at Snyders scales Number of miles 2 Sec No 19 Cross Roads and Corn ishville beginning at Cross Roads amending at Glenns creek Number of miles 2J Sec No 20 Beginning at district road and en ing at T J Millers gate Number of miles 8 Sec No 21 Beginning at T J lers gate ending at Magisterial distri line Number of miles 3 ChaplinQuntyNumbSec No 23 Beginning at Snyders storeNumberoJSec No 24 Begins ja Snyders fumberBridgebeginningending at Fox creek pikej Number of miles 31 YocuinsBranchber of miles 3J Sec No 27 at Willber atiJohnFosterNumber Sec No 28 Beginning at Iron Brid on Tick creek an at Mackvi e and Texas pike Number of miles 20 Sec No 29 Beginning at top of hill near Dick and ending at t NumberSecNo 30 Beginning at Mackville ending at Eli Number of miles 3i Sec No 31 Beginning rt Mackville and Perryville and at Mercer county line Number of miles 1J Sec No 32 Beginning t Mackville and ending at Perry Bakers gate Number of miles 3J y eSec No 33 Beginning Jt Mackvillo LemCareysSec No34 BeJ5innirgat Lem Car gate and Num fher of miles 3J Sec No 35 Beginning sat Cardw ell ending at church Number of miles 5 Sec No 36 Beginning at Dierc atSpringfield GlensCreek Y s line Number of miles 3jf Sec No 38 Beginning at Glens NumberSec No 74 Beginning c t Oliver San lmeNumberSec No 44 Beginning at ElySa MinNumber BottoSlumber of miles 4 JACK SHARPE t Assistant r Overseer Ii FARMER r We have tufull supply of all kinds of seed Nrt ern Mite OatsXhbest Clean Clover Sted T nthBlue Grtiss Etc Our pncqs are always ruts bl When you want anything in this line give us a call t PLOWS We are agents for the Oliivef Ghilled PI M for Washington county and Syracuse Hillside Plow 1t ese are the best WELLS SRO 1 Itt Talks On Poultry goodse production of too much fat If corn is allowed to form a large part of the jrntion a large amount of work must be provided rplismay be sup plied by scattering the feed deeply In scratchdcorn but a mixed ration Is the best The fowls not only relish a mixed ra tion better but such a ration will be more completely digested and assimi voted thou one composed tit only one kind of food A ration mode up ok corn wheat oats barley limn shores rclover or other green food sucu as mangel wuizels cabbage etcr ground fresh bone arid fresh meat scraps would when properly proportioned and varied from week to week be excellent for egg production SelcctlnK a Pare Bred Male In select ug a pure bred cockerel therefore certain characteristics that should be looked for For Instance if pottersdcomb on the bird you arc about to combedrbird Is not the one to brpcd smart good sellectethe variety he representsJ ut this comb should be rather thltf and fine In tex ture Avoid a coarse grained beefy comb whatever breed you may find It on Western Poultry Journal i gepeateshe Nct sidecUJ uaic u jiviiu ituiviiiuu ULIIVVU nests for a sitting hen will steal every egg In reach of her and have her nest co full of her own eggs and the stole ones that It will be impossible to Them Sacceiis With Fealtrr Nelthpr breed nor location nor capital Invested nora mere hard work alone brings succeSs In the poultry business They must be combined with each other and with pure common sense Duck Vote The TekJns are the most popular breed of ducks In this country itIs customary to allow four or flee ducks to one drake and to keep the birds In flocks of from fifteen to thirty Ducks must have dry quarters at night even If they do live In the water ofefowls to dry quarters heNOTARY PUBLIC ON MAN ST SPRINGFIELD KY opp lTE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH InJasJ Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kinds of pension business a specialty Havb boon in the business for thirtyflvo years THOS J Graves READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 30 1903 DearSirIfor the sale of your medicine in this neighborhood Your Texas Wonder has saved the life of one man whom andJnearer than fifteen miles this place so I would be pleased to pear from you astSSibleder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrE W Hall Sole Manufacturer P m Box 629 St Louis Mrs Send for otestimonial Sid t leeists t Farms and lusinis frtpnty FORSAfLEW T AgencytiarrodsburR nearSoniaacres Grant county Ky cellent farm and bargain at 22 168 acres Mercer county handsomely imp eyed In grass Mergercounty240 acr6s 2 miles tSilrdac station Mercer county Ky good ini rovements at 40 exchange 150 acres wen improved three miles from Burg n 9cres near Burgin goo farm 3750 120 acres six miles from Harrodsburg on Lexington pike at TB exchange pikeinmiles from Harrodsbu rgg odgrass farm largerfarmBurgin 1600 Business RropErtyi Livery Stable at Har o burgtand Tesidehceadjoiningv 4TOOJ rents for37amon forM 2OQ Stable rented to January 1 1 47 at 25 a month Store and dwdlliijg inn one noothAljso farms and Other property of all ashingtoncooand I will sell it 4 Carriage SIijop I am prepared to do all f yuur wood work and repairing at the most reason able rice FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done salerone ade bug gy and spring wagon and ore secondhand spring wagon Bug rimmings of all kinds on hand WHBOND Jnlyllll0aield Ky CloudyVision i V is a signal warning YOeyesTeed after D ntt go getthemEMMINATION the matter and what ou requite I fit with e kind of gln3ses you need and wont charge hid hpricesI anditspIe reed and give it to them at moderate prices Jas J Graves Ir THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 14 I9C6 i J i J ti YOUR FARM YOUR HOUSE AND 41f OR YOUR BUSINESS JI l i 1 t IF SO CALL TO SEE ME I UN MAKE THE SALE J t t Li What Aboutatstl l i If 4Ii Ij I CAN GIVE you THE BEST IN LIFE FIRE AND ACCIDFNT iIi Office in Old Opera House Builing In room formerly Bm Om LAKEoccupied by W C McGhord as a law office f J Jt tIf Eulogy Jack Spalding If Speech Delivered Before Schoolmates By John Shuck McElrpy JrI I t Dear Friends Little can theliving1lo forThe dead Thejvice of praise cannot delight the closed ear nor violence of censure vex r itI desire to speaksimple and dire tJy and if with generous appreciation yet with no idle flattery of him whose death hath made us mourn Whatever his faults may have beets we knev them riot but only remember his gentleness kindness and love He was my friend I have known him intimately since the time when childhoods earliest fances begun to change tb young manhoods maturer thoughts at tire oldbrick building I hayp been with him in victory and have shared his laurels with himand in the II hour of defeat have felt the pressure of his kindly grasp and heard the soothing message of his strengthening words I have drunk with him from the same fountain of learning for some three years and watched with sympathetic heart the progress of his life up to the very point where childhood merges into manhood and I never yet have seen a soul more magnanimous in victory and more courageous iiju defeat His was a great and nobJe4waitW1ien suffering soulds have cried to him he did not fail to bear them aid When poverty and misery stared him in the face they did not fail to find a friend When that the poor have cried he hath wept Willing to suffer himself that others might rejoice he always sought his friends rather than his own advancement When wounded love has fled from her pursurers she never failed to find sympathic heart in him where shuddering she might cling un til her fluttering soul was strengthened by his courage He was braVe loyal and chivalric lIPurd and undefined himself he hated vicein all its formsancPbYword and example he always sought to uplift and h his I have seen him on thelplayground and have always found him fair and justand always ready to befriend the ones in need His memory is one of duties never shirked of favors never asked in mind themute eloquence of his deeds will plead for Truth Honor and Integri to generations yet unborn while thp voices pf a grateful people will as end from the consecrated spot where he now lies as incense from holy places invoking blessings on the memory of one who fought a good fight a id pointed sin curse souls the path to hat upper and better kingdom He was ever a loving and dutiful son a kind and affectionate brother and in his he art love always ruled 1His fe was gentle And the elements so nixed in him That ature might stand unpaid and sayLTo all the world T is a manJ I hay seen the eagles of ambition spring i p in his soul and soar aloft into Ete nal space to gather new laurels fro n far undiscovered shores I seem to see him now as lie stood not many d ys ago ih our very midst Within iis eye there kindles the light hisIlike cloid cti around him the cur tain ofexistande is slowly rising in many cc lored splendor an t gloom and the mus cot song is on his path But alas 111sun shone as through a tropical show r and while the pale shadows still wer falling toward the west r i i FThe latest things in Oxfords Jusf arrive All the latest 1gstylesj A full line ofspring neckwear the prettiest you ever saw Latest things in white vests I New Goods Arriving Daily t I Grundy Mclntire i iaj t iI Yet after all it may be best just in the happiest sunniest hour of voyage while eager winds are kissingI every sail to dash against the unseen rockand in an instant hear the billows roar above a sunken ship for whether in midsea or mong the breakersof the farther shore in Gods appointed time a wreck must mark the end of each and all Thisbraveand tender youth in every storm of life was oak and rock but in the sunshine he was vine and flower Be climbed the heights and loft thei superstitious far b low while on his forehead fell the golden dawning of the grander day But Jack Spalding needs no eulogist His name in indelibly engraved tfpon the hearts of all of us He du his duty trusted to his friends for his meed of praise The morejwe discuss him the more brilliaht becomes the luster of his deeds His record i like a torch the more it is spokenthe brighter it burns His name will stand imperishable when epitaphs have van ished utterly and monuments and statucts have crumbled intodust But in his death we should all lea this lesson that life is uncertain a besj Who could think that eer days had passed since he last stoo amqung us that the angle with th inverted torch should come and tha he would have answered the final roll call and stood in the presence of his Maker liThe leaves have thir time to fall The to fade awav But thou hast all All seasons for thine own 0 Death Therefore let us too be prepqr tl when the final summons come tp we like him when the sun of mortal life had set shall be transported to When in orient star Ahundred spirits whisker Peace And even noW we almost hear him whisper back across the Voiceless shores of peace 1live that when thy final summons comes To join the innumerable caravan hat halts a night time in the vale 9 Death Shall trike its white tents for tli morning march Thou mount upward to the liter nal hilts Thy feed unwearied thy strength re newed Like t e bold eagle in its upward flight Life is but a narrow vale between the sunlit peaks of two Eternities Man is placed here fora purpose That mission accomplished he is again wafted back upon the bosom of solne gen tle zephyr across the great divide tha separates us from Heaven And tieat also to the Christian soul is butthe laying down of our Earthly burdens not Death buthflEternal Life is And the grave is not its goal Dust thou art to dust returneth Was not spoken of the soulf And yet it is but natural that we should mourn for one who was so dea to all of us It may sqem hard to u that we should have to give upone whose future was so promising the vine that gave promise ofitich abun dance of fruit before he had reached the maturity of his powers We who are left behind deeply deplore his loss but in view of the life beyond we can stand even the presenc ot death itself and cry 0 Deat where Is thy sting 0 Grave where Is thy victory We feel that heyin whose keeping are the lives of all doethall things welland are disposed to say Never theless not as we will but as the wiliest Were there no promise of future life did death end all in its col embrace then indeed would we hav reason to lament the death of friends but thanks to the divine promise all questioning doubts ofUjf a man die shall Tie live again are set aside the answer ringing back from t t 4 J tomb Though fJ were dead yet shall ye live again And even in the night of Death hOpe sees a star and listenihg love can re the rustle of an angels wing Hope is the star that faith places in the sky It is the only bow of promise lthat love pins upon the clouds It it the only sunbeam that warms the trusting hear 4 Take hope from life and it wouldf indeed become a vast and hopeless void t But thiank to hope There is no Death the stars go down To rise some fairer shore And safe in heavens jeweled srown They shine forever ir ore Life is but a mejars unto an end What matter then ith ugh it do not lengthen into the shad vale of years If ye can Departing leave behlhjd us on the time Footprints that perhaps another mainsher 1Ione e we been called to mourn has left foot prints that all Eternity cannot erase onourrntdid some loving everyone service to bring a PdroseseEternaltstars as in so in passed away as if he had fallen asleep and he was borne art angle band to that land where the hail storms do not laysdownon the osom of Abraham and sweetly dream of a home where there are no brokenhearted mothers and no sister to weep and where Gods angles crown thetFeeding Poultry Much is continually being written in papers dealing with poultry1 as to the correct feeding of fowls but when all- Is said and Llone the gist of the advice resolves Itself into this Give enough nourIshing food and give variety To baldEon e ehits been decided upon may contain just the right amount of albuminoids etc whkb is considered to be the thing for correct feeding butt If this bal anced ration be given foe an length of time without variation fire fowls will tire of It It will then ose Its value as a food and the object with which It was given will be partly defeated Any poultry keeper wlio gives the matter a moments thought and who at all studies the coiufqrt and well being of his stock will be careful to giventnBm as 1gheu and clean grit water and green food supplied the driugetf front state ground will not be nearly so great as when these essentials are neglected i I find when you are trying to get a profit out of the fowls Itt a very apdiIntosuch as potato peelings Brent bones etc and boll all up and inlx with luequnlsnice hot breakfast and saves buying so much food besides helping at tills time of the year to bring them on to lay A warm meal In the morning before you let your liens out is the main thing dual It Is Very nice to feel there Is notli Ing being wasted lu the home as fowls will eat nearly everything Another grainhlyou cannot go in for fowls on a large scale have them on a small one as they are most usefulA V Meerscli in Western Poultry Journal TryingaBrown the popular pension at dtorney sf Pittsfield Vt Says Next isfsplendidConstipation and Biliouane s 25 cents druhg k Partridge Wyandottes The PartiItrge Is n handsome fowl possessing nil the chnrnctqrlstlcs of the Wyandotte breed hut differing In color pf plumage In which particular they reproduce the coloring of the XaTtrldge Cochin The Partridge Wynndotte lays larger eggs than any ofthe other vari cUes and theynre browner In the shell This canbe accounted for by the fact that other blood has been Introduced to get the plumage and the result Is seen IiI the Increase In size And the deeper color of the egg The Introduce Uonof entirely fresh blood always tends to strengthen the egg organs and as a result all new varieties TSjll be found bettc layers than those weeds that have been established many years CpiisIdcrUIe skill Is required In ifcafcr lag In order to get the birds to come true to type The cock should have rose comb fitting closely to the head land the peak pointing dow iw 3r to the neck eyes hazel with a pike brotvti ring round face and ear lots red Beak dark striped with yellow neck backles and saddle feathers a beautiful lark lemon color with black down the- Center of each feather The shoulders should be dark red wing bars brown edged with black breast and thigh fqathers black and brown tall blacks carried well batik legs yellow with four toes on each rootLOndOnIUII1 Daily 20JAND SUN Subscribe for The Sl1n1i year i Mamma Sec Sister LaRuo COUhty Herald Vanduser Mo Febrxiary 21 Editor Herald land FriendsIJviSbtosay ft few words through the qolumns of your paper in regard to Mb MaHehrVs oration at the funeral if G C Moo e If those are her tHpugntsi on the s4b ject of Life Beyond the GraveI feel like she is terribly mistaken in her belief if For my own experienc tolls me there islife beyond the gravejand that when we part from lovones it is not forever The third day tJDeceinber I ber1taUawaken in Heaven And jti t six weeks later January 13 we iiatjby th bedside of our son our las darling and1 about twelve hours bei ort he died he says Mamma I see sister youRndL papa come tooL Wh says nQwf there is no Heaven anc that asJhat child neared its portals he did not see his sister I for one believe see her and that the veil hedtdli from us a Veiw of Heave i is in foments drawn aside and that we get a glimpse of that Eternal Hpme flQr c uld we ever pass ano efhafPyday itwe did not know tha some we would not meet again m Heaven HoPing to see my old aRne county friends andkindred in the future with my respects to The Heral I wjl close7 MRS WAURE PALTERSj Subscribe lor The Sun 100 year s siFOR RfiEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS SURE CVRE WOUNDS OLD SORES CORNS JUN IONS GALLS BRUISES CONTRACT ED MUSCLES LAME BACK STIFF JOINTS FROSTED rUT= U jANro rat RED OF PARALYSIS W S 3alleyi P Q True Texas writer My wife had been suffering fire years with paralysis its her arm when I was persuaded to use Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure I have also used ifefor old sores and skis eruptions It does the WOrk BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS U EI REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c Sac and 1O- OLINIMENTBALLARD NOW COST LOUIS U 5 A OLp NP JUECpMMfcNDED IT- C J I1AYDON Springfield i Ky CUMBERLAND tELEPHONE TELEGRAPH cn 1tUBD r LOng distance lines and telephones pf this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere Ih Southern Indiana Southe w Jilllnots Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We tan put you in qulc and satisfactory communication with th111111 people of this great section of the eau ntry- Wesolicityourpatronage t Rates reason vw able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed f lAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HOME f 0 WEB1 1resldent A Oenl Mnnarer Sec jr Alt XSenl aar jRmMV = t c 1l ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH U 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday adtI March 14 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldXymailSBSsecondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION OaeYearr 1100 x Months Throe Months 25 i t xn writing to have Four address changed always give the postoffico to which your paper e going as well as the postofflco to which you Wien it sent ANNOUNCEMENT We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate for Congressionaldistrict Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 ASHERIFF FROMWESTERN KENTUCKY Judge George DuReJle toast master at a Republican love feast socalled held in the city of Fankfort oni last Thursday night used this language uWe have come for a love comekgetherate them There is nothing in the above language to warrant a very lengthy comebacknoar gument to answer at all just merely a little spiel thrown out by the speaker to get the boys to clap a hand and toss a hat But when the speaker referred to sheriffs in Democratic meetings intimating that Democrats are disorderly and criminal to say the least df him he displayed more brass than a government mule brays away in a lifetime Sheriffs in Demo cratic meetings Perhaps there may have been somewhere sometime if not perhaps there aught to have been But will the speaker deny that there oughtto have been a sheriff a lawabid ingsheriffa man true to his oath true to his State and true to his God in th meeting of assas sins held in Frankfort six winters ago in which the plot was laid to murder Wm Goebela plot carried out even to the letterim Mging Kentucky beneath a ter rible wave of crimson Does he deny that that there ought to have been a sheriff in that meet inga man who in tHe lan guage of ExGov Wm O Brad ley would have said This must i not be done and then proceed ed to beat back that cringing gang called from their ghastly rendezvous of blood to do murder in its most horrible formto beat them back with the strong unrelenting arm of law AVe know of one sheriff from a Western Kentucky county who was in that meeting in Frankfort in which the plans were formed to kill Goebel He saw the terrible plot unfolded in its detail indeed he is said to have been one of the planners and plotters himself but when he heard the crack of the rifle and very likely from behind a closed blind somewhere on Statehouse Square saw the great Goebel grab at his breast throw his t hands up and tall the pinching prints of deathupon his face this sheriff from a Western Kentucky county like a houndedhare lost his nerve and the horror of it all dawned upon him As a fright ened fowl he flew to his nestings Going down the street one afternoon in his little home tpwn a few hours after poor Goebel had reposeothis Western Kentucky sheriff threw his walking stick to his r shoulder as he would a rifle and exclaimed jBangl bangl Then shading his eyes with his hands as it trying locate something up the street lie screamed Ah boyklAh boys Sc91 SeeI Ive killed Goebell was in sane Parti by force party bv persuasion he was taken to his home fclfr a few days he diedr died writhing asa tortured body dies Inc eed his last few days upon eart were most miserable In the sun ight of day and in the darkness rnight he saw the ghost of Goebel he fought at phantoms he beggedthe winds to bear the mockeries away he laughedsand wept On the morning of the third dny of his illness the sun an hou high in the heavens turnedirtResting himself upon his elbow he gazed in ently at some object through the vindow He was seen to trembled violently and ere the watchers w reo hardly aware he sprang from bed and itha mighty scr am he said My God boys My God Goebel clings to the cloak of the sun He rises and will so nfallupon me And in ths manner a sheriff from Western Kentucky died How much better would it have been had he een true to his oath true to his S tate and true to his God The Legislature adjourned Tuesday Iii some respects it has been a one maybe in some respecfs it hasnt been a good one but all in all it was about as good as the average An old mother once said of her son John airt good an he aint bad an theres one thing I can really say in his yorehe ain t never cut up in church er been in the penitertiary The Legisl ture refused to do the redistric ing act We are gladof itat least so far as the Fourth district is concerned We can urge no bjection to Adair county Democrats they are toy= al good fighters but we felt a delicacy abou t taking from the Eleventh district so many un compromising Republicans If they don quit mobbing ne goes up in Oh o New York State will want an act of congress classing Ohio with the Southern States You cant walk precisely straight in this life because youve got to dodge so many rascals ooooooooobOO0I1 The Daily Herald i AND 1 The Sun ONE Y- EAR2tOQ Oe OO eoeueueoeoe eueogegeoeUe QQQooQQoQQQorSale On Frida March 16 + q At my barns on the Nichols place four miles North of on the Will isburg pike I Springfield 25 S Mares and mules These horses were bought to sell and every horse offered will be sold without reserve or bybid A written guarantee given witheach horse to be as represented A fee of One Dollar is charged on all rOldfee tI00000000000000000000000000 BECKHAM CALLS Extraordinary Session of The Legislature I Shortly after midnight Gov Beckliam transmitted a message to the General Assembly calling an extraordinary session to con vene at noon today Wednes day The extraordinary session is limited to two specific pur- Poseslegislatio affecting the rectified whisky interests and affecting revenue agents CARDWELL L Mrs Mary A Perkins of Battle is in Louisyille this week selecting her spring styles of millinery Mr Fraser Corn has m vcdto his new house James Moore has moved to his fath ers old home place A large crowd attendedchu chat Freedom Sunday The fourweeksold infant of Rev and Mrs E W Summers died last Friday Interment occurred in Mt Freedom burying ground Saturday af ternoon Your correspondent has been over a good portion of the county in the past week Every where I go some one would sayIII see in The Sun where you people at Cardwell trade some We would like to see alist of sales from other correspondents of The Sun We like to keep posted on pricesIW L Graham bought from Bob Head one sixyearold Black Jack at 25QrSarah E Lay bought from J W Pinkston one mare at 125 H J Brown bought one horse at the horse sale for 65 J A Kyler bought last week sixty ClaylJrookeE G Holiday sold to J A Kyler one 700 pound heifer at 3JcJ E T Perkins sold to W L Graham one work horse for 40 W B Royalty bought from Mr Lake one fiveyearold mare at 175 Graham and Perkins sold one five yearold horse to B Fox of Danville for 135 and bought from Jim Walters one saddle mare at 135 KylertwoJ A Kyler sold to Sanders one boughtfromhourse 11- 0COMMiSSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court A AgainstThosBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1906 in the above style cause I shall ceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on the 26th day of March 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of 6 and 12 months the following described property towit ashingtoning from Springfield to Willisburg about two miles Suoth of Willisburg and known as the Wm Baker farm and contains about 120J acres Said land adjoins the lands of J W Perkins James Coulter Geo Keeling Said thefoJIowingTract No il is bounded as follows Beginning at a beech tree qt corner to Stallings thence up the branch North ipthencethe forks of the branch thence up the lefthand fork Westwardly to the head of the branch thence a straight line to Reeds line passing a walnut tree containing about 55 acr s more or less Tract No 2j Beginning in Reeds corner continuing Northa straight line to corner to Kee in and Perkins thence Westwardly With Reelings line to the branch along the pike thence South westwardly down the branch to corner to Reeds 192 acre tract thence East wardly with line of Reeds 19f acre tract to the beginningcontaining about 25 acres more or less Tract No3 Beginning at corner to Kelling and Perkins thence Eastwardly with Perkins line to corner to Stallings withStallIngsthenceWestwardly thenceNorthwestwardlyl corner to Reed thence with line of containingLand will then be offered as a whole- and the highest and best bid will be accepted The purchaser or purchasers a given immediate possession of said land on the execution of the pur chase money bunds In offering tracts No2 and No3 for sale the Commissioner will reserve a passway along the old road 15 feet wide to the Turnpike over tracts No2 oftractFor the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearingtil paid and having the force and effect ofa judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMANM C Vf Ladies New Spring Suit I Skirts and Jackets I Now on Display r at The Big Store v This line is made especially for us by one of the best Manufacturers of Ladies Re idy toWear Garments in this Country Each Garment has STYLE FIT and FINISH which will appeal to the wearers of Good Clothes We have them inthe Newest Materials and not Popular Shades If we should not have your exact size we will take pleasure in havin it made up for you to your special measure I We also Wish to call your attention to our New Stock of WOOLEN DRESS GOODS WhiteGoods Linens Embroideries laces Organdies Batistes Lawns Ginghams Percales te I Milooms Rugs Window Shades and Lace Curtains r T SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY OF SPRING STYLES IN SHOES THIS WEEK t ROBERTSON BROS L a HILLSBORO Mr JM Montgomery is on the sick list Mrs Mary Hines visited her sister Mrs John Holman at Mackville Mon day Mr Will Smith and family visited Mr Bob Hines near Booker Saturday and Sunday Omer Scott and sister Miss CJatie terspentSaturday A Coulter and family i Miss Zora Montgomery returned home Saturday after a visit to rela wifespentlSunday singingjSaturday first birthday Mr Charles E Grigsby of Spencer county spent Saturday night w-ith Mr J M Montgomery and family Several from Willisburg attended the singing given by Mr Thomas Coulter Saturday night Misses Effie and Maggie Montgomery were guests of Misses Maud and Eva Inman last Tuesday Mrs J M Shields sister of Tatham Springs visited her several days last week Mrs JamesHedgerof C rnishvilleis ntIgomeryMiss Agnes Hines speht Saturday and Sunday athome MCINTIR Mr Warran Nally has returned from a visit toUnion county Mr Thos H James an aged and respective citizen died at his home in the Short Creek community on last Saturday and the body was buried at Mill Creek on Sunday aged H1wasabout eighty years Mr and Mrs Mannie Alvey visited relatives at Chicago on Sunday Miss Flora Keene opened her school on Road Run Monday The death of Miss Alice Johnston an account of which was given in The Sun last week while not a great surprise as she had been in poor health for some time was quite a shock to her many friends Mrs P A McIntire and iss Nettie 0 Bryan visited the family DfIMr J Ai Fields on Monday Mr and Mrs Richard Keerjj5 of Forest Veiw isted relativ es trthig place on Sunday Mr James McCulum and w fe of the Hardins Creek vicinity visit d ihe lat tens sister Mrs Lee Willett Saturday and Sundayf Starving to Deaf Because her stomach was so eakened by useless dragging that she couldtnot eat Mrs Mary H Walters oi St Clair sfurvingtowas so weak from useless dn gsi that I could not eat and my nerves so wreck otpeforeItry Electric Bitters with wonderful re suit that improvement began at once Besthealthteed by CJ Haydon druggist Daily Herald t AND SUN 20a TTTTTTT I II 1 1 1 I FOR SALE II A GENERAL STORE I I aI aII businessFor I I BIDNL- AKE1I I SPRINGfiELD KY J 1 t I jITTTi III i ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH Ut 1906j I1 5 A t i BARGAINS z 1ft F IIIReductions in Prices until April Z theSpectacles p t Be up to date as well as saying money t + Invest in the prettiest line of Necklaces ever on the market before jJ I iteverbeford tCsh is the best talker and will get the b st bar aisI = t E MRUSSELL t = ti a+ + Local News Notes Just received new and fresh line of nice candy T Irvin McElroy Jones wants another carload of poul try See his ad in this issue Twenty pQtfhds New Orleans sugar for 1 at P J Thomas STocKMANWhen you want stock bills printed call at The Sun office and get our prices Seed potatoes at Johnson McCabes New goods of every discription ariv ing daily and the closest prices ever be fore thought otPJThom WANTED10 000 feet oak lumber Framing Sheeting and Boxing Wi- ltake log run if cut by bill W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky Garden seed at McCabesl11 A 2000 HORSE7A company has been formed in Springfield and have bought an imported German coach horse paying 2000 for it A stud will be established here though no definite plans have yet been made New sorghum venegar and New Orleans sugar Seed potatoes and fine coffees We can please you along this line P J Thomas Seed potatoes and garden seed of al kinds in bulk and packages at T Irvin McElroys Mr M H Jone shipped a half car load of eggs to the eastern market yesterday Thi is the largest ship meat of eggs Mr Jones has made since he has been in usiness here Flower seed at Johnson McCabes EGGS EGGSlEGGsA C Kimbal has for White Wyandotts White Plymothilocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs from purebred stock at 75 cents for 15 pd 21 Seven cakes of Farry soap for 25e seven cakes of Sunhy Monday soap for 25c seven dikes of Labor Saving soa for 25c for ten days only T Irvin McElro Try our Royal Patent flour at Johnson McCabes INDIAN PIPEMr Marion Sweeney of Mackville was In The Sun office a few days ago and showed us a valuable Indian relica pipe The pipe was plowed up in Lincoln county 125 years ago and has been in possession of the Sweeney family ever since Mr Swee ney has been offered 100 for the reiic pipe is of black stone will weigh 1about three pounds and is 7h inches long Every thing in Lent goods at Jphnson McCabes t MERCHANTS MEET The merchants of Washington county met at the Opera House Thursday afternoon for the pu r pose of organizing a Washington County Retail Merchants Association The meeting was called to order by Dr S J Smock who briefly stated its object W H Hagan was elected Secretary The object ofcthe organization will be to further the interests of the merchants and their customers This can be done by coming closer in touch with one another through the organization Although a good crowd was in attendance last ThuracTay the Association did not complete Its organ ization and another meeting will beheld in Springfield next Friday If its any thing in fruit or vegetables l well ve it Johnson McCabes specialty of fruits and- VegatabJesf Johnson McCabes ANOTHER B NEFITT he d r The Church Across the Way which was presentee at the Opera House last Friday week as a benefit for Mrs Bar rett was rep ated for her last Friday toitsmorethanplay people were heard to remark on beforeEvery s the Church Across the Way a one act farce Down on the Earmand quit specialtiesexpensesbalance a d Mrs Barrett Crealm HomnyGrits arion Items Falcon polnetors Johnston one o the new of Lake eilFfactory at Springfield was here wee w thhis old friends Mr Johnston is a joininess The citizens of Loretto have undertaken to qreanize a banking company for that place and so far have about twothirds 01 the stocksubscribed Tie propose 1 capital stock is 25000 1and the promoters hope to have the bank in oper tion this year Tuesday morning Joe Primus colored pprtor at tne Hardesty Hotel took W gon load of trunks to the depot He fell from tie top of them down on his head cutting it so severely in several places that the pHysicians doubt that he will recover Lebanoln r Frankfort to resume the hearing in the railroad rat e question that is now be fore the K ntucky Railroad Commiar sion In sj making of the matter Mr McChord sj id that the investigation is not being nade behind closed doors anPd igcludeyand it y 1u take several weeks before a decis o p ould be reached WashinLA new p ton court one that will run by Ne Hope c u h to the great of the members of that church The people a rot nd Blincoe and Bear Wallo are gr ev rously hurt because Washington county officials always fo get thorn and they say they do not see why the re should not he a decent good pike frarr Blincoe to Fredericktown AnYon nning for office would start- a nioveinc nt in our favor is sure to get all the v ters in this section of the county It is time something w clone fo lanton Mrsphnford of Kansas City Mo is visit n her sister Mrs W T Fi atreau and intends to spend the anti in our lit le town Father Pieters filled his Iregnlar a pointmen at the Catholic church A great en wd attended the preaching the gQspd Mrs C Cambrons two You guests r turned to Lebanon after protracted stay w ththeir aunt Miss Alma Cambron the hrig ht daughter of Lem Cambron and a pu of Lorettq Academy spent Sund a with her parents x Miss Lorenett 1ett is in Lou yille to inspeci the ney spring mil nery WHA WE 1 WANT Suggestions For News items When Wiriting for The Sun t One of our correspondents writes to know if we will lether know what kind of news we want says Meade Coup t Messenger Yes we print a listo subjects below which will be of muc- lassistancein writing news for a country paper It would be a good idea to cutout the list and keep it handy Tobacco Association News Deaths Xi Births Marriages Real Estate Sales Live Stock Sales- Conflagrations Accidents rt Condition of Crops tfUnusual Weather Conditions Visiting Abroad Visiting from Abroad Society Meetings Lodge Meetings Church News School News L4FamilyCuriosities Relics tMurdersSomething good about people Anything of General Interest Write plainly Write on one side of the paper only Dont worry about polishing sentences with faultless rhetoric What we want is NEWS plainly told Mercer Connty Lightning Harrodsburg Herald During the severe stoof last Frida night light DiePhilips on Shawnee Run twice in quick succession tearing a great hole in the roof and wrecking the south side of the house It ran through the hall setting the window shades on fire and demo ished the front door In the apartment of Miand Mrs Phillips i shattered the headboard of the bed and severely shocked Mrs Phillips How then both escaped instant death is a mystery5 The front porch was badly damaged and the pump house and gas piecefs e airkht n completely destroyed by fire As it was theifamily quickly tore dow t burning shades in the hall and eaten uished the several smkl blazes started by tm lightning Friday night after the storm subsided Mrs Carrie Coleman went to t telephone in answer to a calland while engaged in conversation an electric shock burst open the telephone box knocked the receiver out of hand and burned the wires completeY out fao i an frighteningthe children in tthe room who supposed her dress on fire By a miracle Mrs Coleman escaped being hurt seriously experiencing only a slight pain in the side of the head next the receiver and in arm er LONG RUN Rev Short of Taylor county wi preach at Factor Fork church next Saturday ana oundav Owing to the warm fweather andr scarcity of stock feed if all kinds is plentiful in this community It is so hard for our farmers to grid et of their tobacco thatthey are be coming disheartened Farmers are having good luck with their lambs As usual at this season of th year horses are very high Beght wHenry Holdeman purchased of P D Catline a horse for 45 ywa oxen familyrof d mother Mrs Elizabeth Cocanougher Grace Cocanougner is spending t week with her grandmother who is su fering from are attack of lagrip We are glad to report the family of feeaer i Born to the wife of Wm Cocanough er a ten pound boy innoceng nt you ever pray faPce now utest SinofCe gave me answer I have wonuld thaeY not to pray at mothers knee Gilpinnil of tYree g a nest out and isbroke his collarbone lidOld L N depot at Winchest- erected in 1882 demolished oonooooqoooo o Personal Notes I + 0 ICiTDtr F M Campbell is quite sick atftended=Miss Lydia Huston of Maud was in shopping last week Mr Robert McChord of Lebano- nIIwas here Saturday Mrs Palmer McElroy spent Saturday in Lebanon Miss Sue Ray has returned to her inith 9th =Mr M Hi Jones was in LouisviJI- e1aturdayOnbtsmess attended the play = Mrs Maggie Bettis has returned from a Visit to friends in Lebanon Miss Mary Field iof Louisville is the guest of Miss Annie McChard tMr L D Baker was in Bardstpwn Monday on business 7Rev G W Lyon is spending this wee in Louisville MissMyrt Campbell who has been in Indinapolis for several weeks re turned home Tuesday Miss Willie Knott is in Louisville and Indianapolis this week buying her spring stock of millinery Miss Florence Edeleri is spending this week with friends inLouisville Mr Willie Medley has returned to Louisville after spending Friday and Saturday with his parents at this place oqLOUlsvll1eMr Charlie McIntire last week Mrs Rice McElroy and daughter Mrs Brown of Kansas Pity Mo are visiting relatives here returnedta we cinnati buying spring goods Miss Ellen Watheh spent Sunday and Monday with her mother at Bards town Junction Mrs Bettie Conleyi returned to her home in Bardstown ter spendiug a few weeks at the home of J JMc Cabe hebliss L Abel of thIaguest of Mr and Mrs o this place Mr John Clements land Miss Mul vey of Lebanon were here shopping Monday eDir James McClure was in Louis vine Tuesday and Wednesday on busi ness Miss Mary LeeSi and Mr Mack Grundy are in Cincinnati this week buying spring styles Mrs Hubert Claybrookej of Scots boro Alabama is Rags dale of this place Miss Cecelia visitlli1gJIrs beep attending school visiting her aunt DirsJ Mr Will e county was here the first of the we k on business Mrs Fred Manget of Louisville 11who spent several days last week with her parents Mr and Mrs Jf W Lewis has returned home i Messrs 110 S Hart George Ful ton John Kelly R G Cherry and Orville Arnold of Bardsto attended court here Thursday In Mr George G Hallo Louisville and F M Edwards pi Letanon were in Springfield Fridayr Misses Ida arid Pearl Clayfarooke have returned home after a visit to their brother Hubert at Scotsboro Ala Miss Elise Durrett ho attends school at St Catherine s spent Satur day and Sunday with her sister Mrs M W Hyatt of this place Miss Bettie Debo who has been spending the winter in Lov isville came herfhers Barrett Who has been ill of typhoid fever at the Cblvin boardinghouse is recovering Sie has been moved to the McElroy flat occupied by Drs RoBards Hyatt as an office 1 He Breath ofljfe Its a significant fact that the strong animal of its size th gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to keep the breathing organ right should be mans ghief est study Like thous ands of others Mrs Oral A Stephens of Port Williams 01hJlSlearned no to do this She boti ties of Dr Kings New Discovery stopped my cough of two and cured me of friends thought con sumption 0 its rated for throat and JerTrial bottle free l Why not stop bYas YOU go out and Take Some SEEDS WITH YOU I Northern White Oats lied Clover Red Top Blue Grss Timothy j Ii I ANEWBUGGY snowyouin price and workmanship Before you buy call and exam butertoPLOWS We are county agents for the Chattanooga Plow the I est qnf J easonAsk IIROBERTSON GO I c 1J Resolutions of ReSpectr Magnola Lodge No 201 F and A M Whereas it has pleased the Supreme Grand Master of the Universe to call from our midst to the Grand Lodge on High our lamented and esteemed friend and brother H B Powell who was born iri Washington county Ky March 41861 and departed this life on Feb ruary 15 1906 and who was deputy sheriff of Washington county Ky at the time of his death and who was a good and useful citizen and a true loyal arid faithful officer and Whereas in his grand character of Masonic manhood he displayed by his affectionate regard and loVe his delight in our pleasure and prosperity his un tiring energy for promotion of all good and charity and Whereas by his sterling qualities of manhood he won our appreciation kindest affection and regard therefore be it Resolved 1st That in the death of truefhis mother a loving son and his broth ers and sisters an affectionate brother Resolved 2nd That his Lodge ex tends to the bereaved family its profoundest sympathy in this hour of their rreparable loss and may God watch over guide and protect thm and Resolved3rd That a memorial page beset apart upon the records of this Lodge and these resolutions be spread at large thereon a copysent to leis family and that they be published SpringfieldW Hj Wright J P Walker Charles Wright 1Committee Letter List list of letters remaining uncalled for jn the Springfield Post Office for week lending March 14 1906 Jesse Anderson Anna A ftt Mrs gHancoeks Pirtle Nealie James Phillips Miss Elizabeth Taylor Miss Lyda Smith W A WATERS Postmaster A verdict of acquittal wasIt endered Jin the case of former Senator iGeorge E Green bn Washing ton for the past twi SJer on the charge of conspiring the Government I I Cut In TwoH That is what t have done to prices on alT transfer work Give mle your work and Old Rube will deliver the olds Every courtesyItwill be shown the tradeRand all goods handled with care am to give you a priceCall JL ALLEN H ri II A COdrOnThe Chest i 1 I WLolW 1 Is Always Uncomfortable and Often Danrtrtus l This is the seaSon for colds arid you will be wise to provide yours lf with a bottle MENTHOLATED Cough Syrup Negle t of a cold in its early stages is worse t carelessness A well known lung specialist called it Constructive Suicide We guarantee that this cough medicine will quickly cure s fresh cold and will relieve even the most obstinate cough of iong sfc indfhg The price is only 25 cents per bottle Lots of other kinds anc other medicines here C J HAYDONCORNER DRUG STORE n L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH U 1906 ounterSacrifice I JOrl lnnl Don Sancho Morenos was a rich Mexican whose hacienda Was located DutJa dozen miles from the capital His family consisted of a son Pedro tbeilssue of his first wife and Concha thejdjQughter Of ills second wife by her flrstihusband After Conchas mother died tbe girl lived on with her step latner Indeed she was his only com fort for his son was a wild fellow and waSlllttle at home No one knew where he pint his time and there were many surmises that develaLgd Into state menfe all more or less detrimental to liln His father after one day recelv Ing fl lettter from him the contents of wb fit he did not make known gave out thaf Concba should be his sole heir He made a will In her favor and calling Jbex lnto his office In a wing of the hose where he transacted the busl- JlC4IJot the hacienda gave Itto her to d askecritJOOklngflptolsh eyes full of sympathy for bed rother p3mt do I care for him j exclaimed th ld man showing plainly by his that he cared a great deal Does Wktver come here to stay with his fattr Besides he will get killed In ome desperate fight before I die peace my bed No Concha It Is to yoifwho are jdklng case ot meiilmy rlng dnyat at I9 estate shall to you who deserve it ro Is brave Interposed the girl Man e know nothing against him ObSyes most wild boys are brave but wlia recompense Is that to mCi The igirvstorned away at these last words and sbpn Jef t the office but not before seeingNjer stepfather put the will in a plgeouu lQ pf his desk Soon after this oncha was drawn 1m two different directions Her step fattier fell ill and her others sister whom Concha loved as V mother met with an1 accident arid layt the point ef death The old man unsel lily bade her go where she was most eeded and she departed promising to eturn as soon as the n cejsslty for herab r sencfrwasvended She had not been gone long when Pedro came Jiome rt was his twentyfirst birthday and he told his father thafhe btui become sen Bible of his neglect and had chosen the day to begina new life His father a Jrst1 hi5smcerity but what lyhigbadiaati tOOk the boy to his heart and said to son by your former action you lave forced me to dls1nh r1tY9U J have made a will leaving everything to Concha I shall now make another leaving all to you who can alone trans mit your fathers namer Dut what will Concha do Concha has been a good girl She has Devoted herself to me while you lave neglected me I shall expect you to see that she is provided with what ahe needs But father you are surely not gong to1frust her very diving to one who bears such a character as II The words were interrupted by the eidf mans fainting and when he re vived he knew that his end vas near Summoning his attorney he made new will directing he lawyer to place it 1m his desk there it could be brought to him in case he should wish it But he never again saw jthe instrument for be was taken off by hbart failure that very night Concha was summoned and in a few days the old man was laid to rest ll was the night of the funeral The next day the disposition of the proper I ty would be looked Into When all was still Pedro emerged from blstrooin and went stealthily to his fathers office A daylpassageway be paused Some one Was in the office Looking through a partly door he saw Concha take a paper iron the desk and glide silently away Atfirst be thought that she had taken the will his fatberP had made in Ills favor but fie knew that it was In an other part of the desk and the shock lie suffered from such an act on her part was relieved Doubtless she had possessed herself of jsome paper of her oWL He waited awhile then hearing no sound entered went to the desk fool out a and lighting a match held a corner oVer the flame Pedro what are you doing The words were spoken In Conchas soft voice as she came into the room The two stood face to face in the moon light streaming through a window Pttlro was silent 1If you are going to burn your fa th rs will bequeathing your estate tom you may save yourself the trouble t here and she tore a paper she- held to fragments Pedro stood mute Conch he said ajtUast my father made a will whiM were away leasing the estate tome I came here to burn It Scratching a match Pedro lighted a candle and together both read the will leaving the estate to Pedro with an in Jnnctlon to him to provide for Concha Then they examined the paper Concha bd torn dndilt was the fwfU made long before hTher favor The look each byiordstray itwby were you going to do It Pe dtOTBecause I love and have alwnYR lived you tar bettor tha n myself Arid did you destroyithe otherXLShe turned away to hide her face lIe took her in his arms II knew you were not what you were yttluted r shesaid preseutly 3t0ltftli31DYNND r NATURAL INCUBATION Tile MnnnKemorit of Sitting lie on Their Feed stud Care Tint ling eggs under lions Is a much simpler mutter than artificial Inc sa tlon mites J D Mason In Reliable Poultry Journal In some experiments we made in hatching out 1Vhtte Log horn ifggs under mongrel hens we gen the best results front hens toil on corn while sitting corn being the greatest heat i reducing foal Hem should nothnve eggs put under them until they have remained on the nest lor a day or so If they do not leave the nest for the roost at night it Is saf to put eggs under them Our hens which were set in the henhouses did not do so well as those set where they were undisturbed by the laying lens If t is tiecesnryto move the hen she will generally accept the new nest provided the change is made at resultswith traw or dried grass From tweive to fifteen eggs are put under a hen depending on the size of the Iront In cold weather It is best to put the fewer number of eggs while late In tie spring as many as seventeen can b put under her It is just as useonlhens as for the artificial method of hatching In warm weather when the chicks are liable to dry In the shell It Is n s cat liejptoi thoroughly sprinkle tie egis There ineed be no fear of chilling for tile heat of the hen will properfemset ittt ilie samqtlme Its Is Advisable to give one of the hens both lojts of chick ens to mother and reset the other Before starting our hatchelrs we thor oughly fumigate our houses by burning sulphur candles In them rind as an extra precaution we sprinkle bothhen and nest with lice powder Licewill t lower i hens vitality reducing her beat aid causing in this way poor hatches Hens are Inactive while sitting and thereto e require less food than otherwise t Is not necessary to feed them on the est Have food and water nc- thejudgeAs far as possible let them be undis turbed hale sitting A Self Cleaning Nest Bpr- y An excellent pair of nests Js made pm ai orange box from which both top an bottom have been removed inAmeritcan on side oiid nail a strip of the removed wood upon the bottom to make the i ltr I SELF cLEANING NEST front as shown Then hinge the box to the wali by the top as indicated in the cut Tlie box will rest firmly against the wall and can be provided with nest Ing material When this Is 8olledand broken the box can be raised to the position shown In the cut when all the materla in the nests will fall to the floor Ie ring the box clean It is al most in possible to clean out the cor ners of a nest box that Is nailed In coriorange makes two handy nests with almost no work and hinged in this way makes cleaning easy tl Cake For Poultry Some authorities advocate feeding broken II cake for fattening poultry We hay known the oflraeal qa le to be used In tils way after4being ground or passed tl rough the bonemill and mixed with a ttle bran Into a masbThe poultry i re very fond of the oil ground in this way fed to them jua as it conres from the mill Au equal portion of the cracklings from lard and the oil crijce mixed In dry bran and fed as a dry smash Is good for winter eg productiofr though this is a rather tat tening m xture and too much of should no be fed If reasonably glv n to hens that are kept active through scratching for nil their grain foal In the litter it roll help rather than retard egg production for they will not much flesh when so naively engaged Country Gentleman Crooning Fowl There may be or not an advantage Iir crossing liy A V Meerschln West ern PoultrrTournal Healthy fowls of a first cIa a laying breed are not llkei to be improved by crossing as r their health and their laying power On the co teary different layers when crossed TOith a bettor laying breed will prod e progeny that will be fair ly to produce morejeggs than themselves The progeny of weakl stock are improved by crossing with shoutdbethe advantage sought can usually b to a greater or less extent J Plumln Mle Dust the fowls thoroughly to th pkln with some louse powder grease heat around vent with carbol Ized easel e This the treatment JthdeplumlngJmne t r NEW SHORT STORIES General Blnckmnra DrHl Story THe late General Wilniau W Black mar once told how he had overheard nn English corporal drilling his squad In this fashion according to the Chi cago Inter Ocean I otvthcu No 7 tluScorpoFalsald Well make another starWtlmt Is if yqujve quite finished fceliuX if your back hair happens to be on might this njornin Its you Im talkie fotliint man from the left on tsI havent the pleasure of knpwin you J = fif f fr1t f f Hfit i 5HJ NOWrTHEN WELL MAKE ANOTHER 8TA11T name but I expect to be writln it down for an hours extra work pretty soon Now then look out to your front SqUad tchun Left dress Turn your eyes to the leftwIthout squlutln like Chinese rummies if you can Stand up in the ranks too like sol diers not like u measly row of to sided spindle shanked cockney boys Stick your chests out and put your stummicks somewhere out of sight altogether Theres arf of you with flgers like bags of potatoes Strike me crimson If I ever saw such a mob HI you in the centerthe ginger head ed man1 meandont grin like that This alut no perishin beauty competi tion not by no manner of means la the Wrong Clothe When President Mcl iuley had his flrstrcabinet function after he was in augurated a member of that cabinet It wouldnt be fair to pame hlmap peared in a dinner jacket and a pair of gray ttou ersroO Everybody noticed his strange apparel but nobody said anything abou- it Next time he came in the same rig It was serious then The mutter was taken at a cabi net meeting when tills member was not present It was discussed gravely Nobody wnnled to hurt tly absent mem bei s feelings but all thou ht be should wear full evening dress and should be told what the conventions prescrIbe president McKinley called for volun s ody responded Then It was decided to ask Ylce President Hobart a man of the greatest tact gently to tell the trending member how to Hobartlook the job He called afe mornings later I have a most dell cate matter o discuss with you he said You know we all recognize you as one f the presidents closest friends T ewant rou to go to him for us What bout asked the flattered cabinet me mber Why the president has appeared several functions in a dinner coat an striped gray trousers Now that isnt right Every person at a White House function should wear full evening dress You know how that e tailed coat dress vest black trouser and white tie We wish you would ca this matter to the attention of the pre ident in your well known tactful wa and get it straightened out No sir I wont do It the cabinet member replied You will have to do yourself Mr ITobart took the matter under advisement and the cabinet member Whittunc on Saturday Evening PostIThought It Wna a Town Meeting Attorney Don IL Powers of Maine a wltwas charged with some minor olCIts- the trial was before a trial justice in a country town and at the close of the preliminary hearing wag in the court Judber I a r be discharged I will second the motion chimed In another spectator The trial ju tJCfwho evidently for got where he was tough he was satytPowers and the prosecuting ttorne Were so astonished at this m thod of deciding the Innocence or guilt of the respondent that they never opened their mouths and the case ended In ythis fashion Boston Herald f A Vlollnfntii Dignity Jan Kubellk the violinist hid been tusicalue Nef or k when he learned that It was to be a feast I will not play where peopl e soheHis dignity Kubelik would n permit It The engayqmentq were made through Herr Conrlel an CUb tsservIcesf a DrW F rrrustYt Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY AllworkOffice ovorlllaydon Barbor l Dr rJr Ma Burton i RESIDENT bENTIST feeth 1ir out P aln CROWN WORK SPECIALTY All DeritaUVorJc Strictly First class Spnngfi ld Ky Office in flagon Block ni talrs B DjKEInsurance gent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Haissachnsetts MtitttItl hlways reliable theworldDR J II LAMPTON DR J C MUDD LAlUPTON AlUDD SPRINGFJETLD KENTUCKY OFFICE J llAYDOSS Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M Dr Jft Hopper f SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp jstairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 PMISS ELLA ADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 tNight 109 T SCOTT MAYES Springfield ATTYATLAW jKy ra8blngtonand C CMcCHORD ATTYATIJCV tSpringfield Kyf Will practice In all State and Federal Courts WD CLAYBROOKEi ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky wm practice in the coiir s of Wnqhln n and adjoining counties and in the courts ofAp WE SELEGAUN BATTYATLAVw Springfield Ky Will practice in tho courts of Washington and adjoining counties and li court of Appeals MARSHALL D NCAN LA1YER KytiBuildingWill Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals llF t S Al CAAIPBELL AUCTIONEER Springitld KKr specialtyuWql f TIX lCINCINNATI Rubbers BesteBOQQSVoo J rCLUBB NG RATES WITH yLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Gorier Journal exce ptSlnday6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier = i Journal any three cloys in the week 3 70 The Sun oneyear and the daily CourierJournal three days in the weeksix 1months 2 30 Courotono year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily 00gPost one year7iv 400I WASHINGTON COUiTY BUSINESSDIRECT RYITT when you want tolin eaSJobTf worB t4havelomp Roodstooueoda baoJfa soioemillionaire in a Euroiwan homer The Sun to call tho attention of Its sn wciibfllni to the afbonOlaHAYDON BARBER Dwilerg Ih Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS v Dealers In Groceries Queensware Gjassware Etc George B Taylor J General Repair Shop Umbrella a Specialty 1Reeovering McEIroyr Dealer In iFancy Groceries and Produce I Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner r The Best Meals Servedr Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty CJ Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In pry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc 1 C 1Hagal r Dealer Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W Et Leachmiin j DenIer In Furniture Carpets Muaica Instruments vs Ja es J Crra S Watchmaker and Jewelerl Repairing Done on Short No ice Grundy CIaybrooker4 h1clntire Doaleta In AGoodse McElroyShutz Dealers In Hardware Tinwar e StdvesyEtc Ed M Russel a Jeweler Fine line Watc ie Clocks Silverware Etc L and N Railroad Time Table YRfArrves at Springfield 825 p m 1240 p m 705 t i ml Arrives at n 7135u 1100 a m 552 at Bardstown Junctn 9o 502 Leaves Louisville J 6 00 730 410 DaiOutgoing Leaves Springfield 525 a m 715 a m l tXp m Leaves Bardstown 61u 800fl 220 v yArrives ti No 2 Folding Brownie Price 500 i1iA wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan Good enough to satisfy experiehced et so simple that IIIPICTURES 2J4IX354 inchdsl Loads in a 1 wx film x Fitted Cbrtridgesll with iris diaphragm stops Full description in Kodak Catalog FREE at any photographic denters or by mall EASTMAN KODAK C YJit THE SUN and Dai1yIierakr r t i I L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AURdH 14190i l r+i li Washiflgtoiis Way ZJ By WILLIS EMERY s i t by Charles N ItO oilll ofd building of one ALITTLE the corner of a hun t1 ctihtalucd tlie enices of John Wadswortii The ex tenor wns its plain as possible and showed the touch of age 1lhluthere were solid ahd costly furiilshlngs and a general aspect of confluent and1 long sustained prosperity By a desk In a railed and screened Inclosure Miss Hilda Lawrence was opening the morning mall She always opened all of Mr Wadsworths letters Private communications addressed to bun a political boss of the ward never cane to the lumber yard lone of the envelopes which Hilda opened on this particular morning she found a check drawn to the order of the bearer fot 200 and signed with an illegible scrawl It was the first time that she had seen a remittance in that fdrm and she glanced at tlie accompa Mnying letter curiously It was upon a plain sheet ot paper and there was no name it the beginning or theend of it Inclosed find balance due You havo do livered the goods and are entitled to your ononey I am sick out of town or would iave fixed Ijhls In person yesterday Hilda knew instantly that this was payment for a political service of a dls honorable nature and she was filled with vicarious shame at the thought of It and with al sudden faintness of sur prise It was incredible evenIn the face of this evidence that Mf WadA worth could traflic in his owii influence and augment his wealth with petty hrlbek The worst that she had ever Relieved of him was that he consorted with men who were accused of such offenses and held his leadership with their approval It was clear however that this check did not flgurqln an pnlhiary business iransaction and so instead of putting it with the others she returned it to the envelope and thus the superscription came for the first time under her eye The letter had been directed not to Mr Wadsworth but to John W Allen Be neath the name an address hail be n crossed ofT with a lead pencil and the j words Try care of Wadsworth Lumber company had been written by a carrier Hilda shifted her position a very lit tie so that she could look past the edge ofthe screen and see Allen at his desk ppjthe other side of the room He was A young man whom Mr Wadsworth had taken into his employ about a yeajr ago at the request of a friend At thattime Allen had evidently been in sore stcaitf and he had subsequently shown a voluble gratitude and a stead- Y wanngllndustr Of late he had an odd service for rwhlcii he had exhibited remarkable aptitude He had been writing speeches foi Mr iWadsworth For the first time in a long career of politics John Wadswerth had found a itise for oratory A strange ambition had taken possession of him He as pired to om The congressman elect r in that district had died A special electlqn was to be held and Wads worffi hid quietly passed round the word that he would be the candidate of this party In the Caucus i Mtlp to redent clays ahlnt froth Wads vorjth would have been equivalent to a i uopiluat oh ahd his election would ihavp been assured But a change had COme over the complexion of the die trict In a part of it where there bad qbeen small business buildings and r m 5 1 l A 1 BjILDA SHITTED HER POSITION A VERY LITTLE considerable vacant land a surprising number of large apartment hotels hn sprung MA silk stocking clement lied thus been brought In and its influ ence was becoming more and more mo mentous Wadsworth though a very rich man and of excellent ancestry was not Inntlpolltlcalhanded toilerS anft small inci chants He had been Influential in establishing throughout the district a great many little clubs and societies which wer not controlled by professional polltl clans i Ithad been plausibly represented to i T7adsworth tl silk stockings ere trying target a grip on the clubs i nn thut something would have to be lOll about It Thus there arose in- v = dsworths mind the notion of a spt cchnmklng tour tb be l coi diietnU before the caucus adurns Join Allans remarkable talent Tor wr ting short addresses became known to his employer Vtuhworthhltuelfh- ut4 never luadeJi set speech in his mo Ui hud no diiliculty in learning and delivering tle spi eche8 for his confi dence In hi memory was absolute lip liadl Indeed a wonderful girt such up one sees In a very bright chlhV at the callet memory age A Iwge of tlie dictionary toThe recited fjrward or backward would hot baVi appalled Wiitlsworfh though he was past forty flvoJ Wlien Hilda glanced acros4 the room at Allen she judged that he was vend big file manuscript of a sp tech which he liad prepared on the previous day dbuljtless Uie one which Wadsworth was to deliver at the Washingtons blrtliday banquet the folloAylng even lug iThlR baiujuct wns to be given un deif flip auspices of u cotejie of silk stoi liigs who were known to be bit terly opposed to the candidacy of WUll wurtb and there had been sur prlfelitmoug the wise when he received his Invitation The general opinion was tinit an attempt would be the evening to show the strength of the opposition within the party and perhaps tart a boom for another candU date tight before Wadsworths eyes Hlltln hull heard these rumors and she was sbrely grieved by the thought that ama i who was at heart so honest should face his enemies with no better ammunition than a speech written by a hire rascal and delivered 1e ban Ically flu the manner of a phonograph That this performance should take place in the uame of the honored Fa ther of Ills Country made it even more dlslresshjg Mr Allen The young man arose slowly and crossed to Hilda This was with Mr Wadsworths mall She iald II opened it by mis taket She gave him the letter from which the dhedk protruded Ills face flushed suddenly lie looked at her steadily You fead this noteA saul he And Hilda Inclined her heullIAllen himself had not yet read it and he sUppbsied that it was mUch more definite What do yoy intend to dp he nsltedII shall tell Wadswortii Allen showed no alarm I will not remind you saldhe after mcsflperfctlyj willing that you should lay Uils matt r befbri isn Wadsworth but upon one ondltlon State I can prove tiiqtt this affair Is entirely legitimate but I cannot do It today Tomorrow Is a holiday we shant be here My condition Is that you wait until the following morning so that your accusation and my defense may be laid b if ore Mr Wadsworth at the same time it IliwlIl Hilda after brief hesitation InlttRuld have no faith In your del taken pay for influencing Mr Wadsworths action in some political matter He will never forgive you We shall see responded Allen with such conhIloteaseurance that Hilda was deeply disturbed She wasi tempted to exercise a wo mans privilege and recall her promise but was restrained by something In Allens manner As he turned away he seemed to be suppressing a laugh During the forenoon she was busy with dictation and at the close of it Wadswprth said I shall away this afternoon but If youll leave the letters for me Ill come over this evening and send them off Accordlnj ly about 5 oclock Hilda enter d the p Ivate office carrying the let ters The r x m was dark and cold and a gust of AVlnd as she opened the door scattered some paper along the floor She turned Ion the light closed the win dow and begaa to ut the loose sheets that had been dislodged by the draft The reAealedthemselvesas be- longIng to the Washington address which Allen had written It must have been lying on the leaf of the desk A sentence in the manuscript attracted Hildas attention Undeniable greatness of Washlngions nature friends of liberty were emboldened to defend our cause even In the legislative halls of England here Pitt and Sir Isaac Newton and the celebrated Sir Boyle RodwIHilda Rtarld aghast Then he has tilyput llii I ages In order and read the address from beginning to end with ris ing wrath it wad abold and clever attempt to niftKo Mr Wadsworth ridicu lOllS It abounded In the names of hls torlcal jiersonUges some of them dead anti others Jn swaddling clotlies at the date in question and nearly all igro tesqUely out of place In the recital MrT WadBworths information about public irn and measures of his own time jvas wide fled accurate his Igno rance of older history was sublime The chances viprd very great that he would l1cUvertthomeof Jrat Hilda lobked Into the outer office but Allen had departed It was clear enough hut he would never return null that his barcnln with her had been a trick for delay She rightly guessed that lie had Drought his corrupt deaU lns to siioiV n polnjJlHit ntght was Iiri peratlve and tliarat UH last moment he haul aoreptou a bribe to betray his hen efarfor The trickery In AlI ns oration was so rlovorl4 mnnncpd and the great names worn so lavishly paraded from end to rniof r i Hilda dared not trust her wn for a full exposure of i1r Its snares Therefore she took the manuscript to a publl library where the devuurol eneyclopodias to thy neg hct of her could re- maIn no longer wnlioutrlk of missing MrAVadswjorth ab iiie office Vs she approacfied the building she saw that the windows of the private ofllce were dark but there Was a light In the larger room which seemed to be over Allens deski Was it possible that he was there Hilda glanced In that direction instantly upon opening the door arid behold John Wadsworth In Allens chair reading a book He was so absorbed hi this task that he did iiot hear Hilda conic in Shg stood by the door watching him and wondering at the change in liLa looks It was merely the familiar miracle of ancestral influence A thoroughbred Is always a thoroughbred no matter what his Individual experience may have been An unlearned man a strauper to books if he be the ifiie child of book loving ancestors has al ways something of the student In him whIch may be long hidden and Ina hash revealed Hilda felt the blood conic warm into her cheeks mid the springs of tears were stirred It was to her like a meeting with sqme one whom she had deeply longed to see one whom she Li If r 4 JUST LISTEN TO THIS HE SAID had loved tt a distance upon an Im pulse of recognition transcending the senses From that Inoinent asher InI Imposslbletor Itowarulthisncss and consideration for a se itre and pleasant occupation and the unex pressed friendship of a strong and loyal nature Tad worth paused In his reading and seemed about to turn the pages back that lemight review a motedHildafor an appreciable Interval he did not seo her partly because of preoccupation partly from an accident of the light whfch shone now directly into his eyes When the knowledge of her presence hllthtndJust lI say lls fine Nobody Could understand It better than you Then he repeated slowly and with abso lute ccuractomo words which he had read more than an hour ago It has Lctm said a thousand times that Washingtons policy In this affair Is un surpassed In all the records of diplomacy but such pnilse Is both a misappreciation and an Insult There Is abundant evl dence for men of open mind that Wash ton chose this course simply because It was right while every possible alterna dishonorfavored he repeated Wliat dd you think 6f it Theres the matj He knew the clean path every time and he wouldnt walk In any other Jm mighty glad I lost that speech Lost H7 echoed Hilda standing there with the document In her hand Yes Allen put It In my room the ad dress I was to deliver tomorrowand FtB gone I must have Uropped it on tile flOo- randit was swept out Intended to learn It this evening and when r missed It Ir didnt know what to do Allen wont bet here tomorrow and hes just moved I dont know where he lives At first I thought I was stuck and then rejnem bered this Life of Washington that he used So It seemed to me that I might dig up something for myself Well I did and thats a fact I am very glad said she Tell me what It Is I have learned said he slow y that the right Is Just the same for ttle men as tor big men Washingtons way and my way do not differ by a hairs breadth The true path was the same before him as It Is before me It Is the same for us all If we have the grace to see It as my aunt would say Avoid all that savors of dis honor Do you know what that means for me She shook her head tit means that I cattjt work for this nomination nor take It even If It shoild come to me unsought as It wont There are enough men of my qtrlpe In Washington already enough politicians So that settles my speech for tomorrow night You can write it for me on one sheet of paper Just say that am out of the riue and that I Indorse the silk stocking candi date who happens to be a clean able man Thats what I dug put of this book I heard a scholar say once that the value of moral books was to supply forms qj words for honest mobs consciences YoUfr rightbutYou seem to be pleased ho added with a tmille Thats queer Thb only reason why warited to be a congress man was because I thought It might please youl hoped It might It certainly wouldnt said she amaz ed and puzzled Why I didnt even feel sure that Id be wanted here when you were gone I hoped to take you with me With youto Washington There and everywhere Hilda dqnt forjlevel a man of And whitt- eonIIienItbeep and you wont go altogether out of my night It seemed to her that she 1001at him hlnnkly fflloHcfltiy nn l njie was Shamed But to him her face was a beautify and I wondrous rerclatlon full of tb most timIdIly ui4id ToJDeath r Priifoner In Jailuet Himself on Fire l He Was Insane J rom Drinl and Hi Body wcir Charred 1o a Criip EOKen Found FrihtenedInmaterC- onfinthilu a padded cell In the Es sex county No J jaij a prisoner In the throes of doliriuni tmrned himself to Jeiitii caitslyg a Ore ivhicu threw the whole institution a state of wild excitement It tnTjiecessaiy to let P V a 11 J A BHBKT OF FLAME BURST OUT many of t1ie convicts out of the cells and they dashed pelirn ll about the corridors shrieking in affright and im ploring the keepers ijot to keep them cooped up to burn like rats In the womens department the panic was almost indescribable Many of the prisoners went Into hysterics and sev eral fainted Through the terrible or deal the warden and keepers behaved with the utmost coolness allaying the fears ofthevterrftied Inmates as best they could and applying themselves with desperate energy to work of extinguishing the flames The blaze proved too much for them and It was not until thefclty flrerneii arrived that It was brought under control Fully a hundred prisoners were in need of medical attention when the danger was over 1 The victim of the fire watf Michael McDermott forty years old Who was sent to the Jill for ten days from the Ills criminal court of New kasndrUnken vagabond He developed de lirium tremena anti became d raving maniac g He was placed in tti6 padded cell where he continued his ravlKfgs almost jgbtIta maniac was searched with special careThe keeperji were certain he had nothing on his person except the rag ged clothes on liEs back About 10 oclock Keepers awrence Rellly and John Cox saw smoke com ing around the west end of the north corrld6r on the first floor They made a hurried Investigation and found that the smoke wits Issuing from the nat row opening a Joe the door of the patf dod cell Wlth a key Cox had at hi belt the door was unlocked AS the keepers threw It open a sheet of flame hUrst out forcing them back Iteallz ing that the Inmate of the cell was burning to death they made desperate atfeinpts to rescue him but were forced to desist by the flames Cot rang the fire gong summoning all tIle JailA Dr William Diamond the warden was on the scene He Issued hurarled orders to send In an alarm to the city fire de partment and to unlock the doors of all cells In the north corrldjor where about sixty men convicts were con lined Although the warden and hlR assist ants used every effort to calm the pris oners panic reigned The clang of the ilitlrorrltlordepartment which Is In a part of the building remote from the north corridor suspense added to the growing terror for the Inmates were unable to know how great the peril was which threat cued them and feared the worst Even when assured 1iat there was no dan per they continued to shriek and im plore to be released IWhen the firemen arrived they turned a hose on the burning coll vhiiir was glowing and seething like furnace and quickly subduedthe flames la the rear of the cell lay McDennotts charred body Whether he was suiTe cated or whether the flames caused his death will never be known HUMOR OF TtHE HOUR Down ftcfiineil to Appenr Business hud not 1jen good at the ThesPian temple of oi midland toWn and various radeflmeji were pressing the mniwjjement for nyiuent As a last appeal to an inuiniireclative pd Hell play For Honor nnlJ orEngl nW was put on One seen was playetj In seijildnrkupss The heiro sitting ii a log hnt was waltlnR for daybreak des tined to bring lihii deliverance fron lila woes or disaster The tlnvn at lastl he exclnluied Bright Plioebus gilds yonder mo m tWain peak Bright Thjjebus gilds Bon der mountain peakl he repented louder tones annoyed that the cud to turn up the footlights lufld not been iiQ tlced Still the darkiiess continued Bright Phoebus gilds yonder moun tain peak I say he roijred VWell guvnor cam6 in clear tones from the gasman at thE lilubSr reek on youd better git along without tlipe bus Theyve cut the blessed gas bill Exchange Trouble of the Profenh to4kebeyoiidtress with a show of contenipt Whats the trouble iuvdearr in quired her sympathizing friend hIn the second Oct of Driven From Home where I am forced to beg something to eat lie refuses to let me wear my 5OOOdlnmon8fIIllu kee Sentinel UneiIII Ile llRm There Is nothing that develops tin selfish idealism like music remarked the enthusiast Evidently rejoltted the grand op era manager you never heard a so prano when she was talking salary or a crowd of chorus singers going on a strike Washington Star A Patnre Kbr RIm Mrs Skemer Willies teacher says Willie never gets his arithmetic sums right at all Mr Skemer Mebbe itll be all for the best He may turn out to be an expert short change artist Denver News Two torteii i =MeFlub I dont think that Boggs 13 satisfied with his married life ShiethWhy he 8a stn public that his wifes a perfect brick McFlub4es but he says In privat that shes a gold brick More Like It 1I In my business said the stock broker it is impossible to succeed without pluck Huh knorted tht man Tvho hat been up againstit You mean pluck Ing dont yoU Philadelphia Press Hear the Belial The Parson Sundays not the day for fishing Dont you hear the bell ringing for church The Man Speak up will you gUvl nor Those bells are making such row I cant hear you Pick Me Up The Limit Young Wife And do you really love me Young Husband I do my dear aud- I am willing to give you almost anyj proof of the fact not exceeding Womans Home Companion nil Gratitude Yes I have good caUse to be grateful toiler1 How 807rShe refused to marry me when Mi was young and foolishly Impressible Cleveland Plain Dealer 4 Double Crossed FreddlervThey have the nf breakfastj fad around our house r BObbiehow do you stand it Freddie Pretty well except when Im bud aiiil get sent to bed without any 8upperPuckt All Jn One Night I See by the paper that a pglentlst has discovered that a eat cnn make 340 different sounds Well wen I suppose he just sat up all night and counted einDetroit Free Press The Only Question 3heTliere is a woman in Fulham who tyas not looked in a mirror for thirty yum HerAhd how did you shy she lost tier eyesight Illustrated Bits It XlKhtly Duty Mother I know now why the sun sets every night Why Bob Soy as to hatch out the stafjv of cburseVBrooklyn Life A Solution Mrs Knodkcr I see they dont know what to name the new state Mrs Bocker Why cant they just cOil It Baby till It gets a little older Kewlorlr Times i ifeffJI S f IChaplinW4ter s Power R11i MillsQ iMAKES TIlE n H S 0 lEST FLOUR tf e THE IEST MEAL 0aa O Ip Springfield andrmajiy othcisectiorisofashingp s1JBuyI D B SUTHERLANl i CHAPLIN KY C J0 O QQQQ9QQQ Q Shoe Repairing 4 + alphop of Allen Begemann and afpre lshoerepairingADOLPH ZAHHZINin 17 The deaf and tfum shcrenfSker 4 aooSlaob4lo3iaTHE FIRST Q National BanR Q oFSPRINGFIELD KENTOCRXT O Q CAPITAL 50000 Jg Surplus and U divided Q Profits 25 OCOu D OFFICER T OB L LItsey resId S 4ohn W Lewis VIcefPrpsldent IaI AC McElroy rS LB Cnln Asat Cashier REF8tor Bookkdepdr tDIRECTO S I 1BldrleyR I Edelen H Orundy a jno O Polln 0 a S We grant every favlor consistent o S with safe banking If you have not already an account with tffis J a bank we invite your jatroriagel 0 IooGimoooo O I O OQ 1 +A- oo CMTumey Iai1QzJr tUMEY RnLEY IJVERYFEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky ir Nice 1fJtftoijP oooooo =oo r St i- ioooooooooooic SALfE ir CURSJ Younee it Salve manuf ctured by Dr J W ThOmas HOdgenvi le Kyjrs One of the veiy few salves wl ich absolutely cures piles As an evjdet ce bf its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in hisoffice 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve hiavirtg been onthe market about one year arid the 1426 testimonials corneas i result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Di i4ists- DR J W THOMAS Hodoenville Ky C OooooooS JJOHN Y YfSft Funeral Directors And j- r Licensee tmbaln RPRIKGPITBI NTTRK- i Evye Handsome T1er 1Ngh 7i J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR 141906 24 it J i y Illllt + tt iwtri j t t CARLOAD i 8 Ieel et a i Well its about time to take up that carload of poultt The market is not quite as good as Ij wanted it to be bUl the prospects are for a lower market and as io many people are anxious tosell Ill just have to take up next week before they go lowerNow if you will deliver your poultry to me on fel Ii i s Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday of Next Weepii illl pay 9 12cash for your hens in lots of 200 or more lOc 8c to JOclfor turkeys according U I J for ducks 4c for roosters Eggs are low and it wont be a bad idea to get rid of a few hens Anyway c it This will likely be the best marketyou will have on poultry for some time so take advantage of this price Just received a fresh carload of coal Whenever you need coal let know And say you will want tot t I tT Is lllv watch this page each week will have something every time to help you prosper t ltit y + 1PAYHIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND FCJ liI it 1 CASHt i Jj j f 1 + + f J t sw H JONES 11 da- W III III III W W l L IT i F F Y iFi FiiTi i i it+EH W +++ ii + SPARROW Moving is the order of the day Mrs i Mary J Yates has moved near Sharps yule Wm Welch moved to the house vacated by Mrs Yates Luther Rich ardson has moved to thIs place from near Fair View Cleveland Montgomery moved to the house vacated by Rich ardson Geo Davis moved to the house vacated by Montgomery K JJ Vowels sold to W B Morgan a pair of aged mare mules for 350 The sale of J L Gunter was well at tended last Saturday Everything sold a for good prices Milk cows brought from 5250 to 55 Ed Sparrow boasts ot having the largest family of any of his neighbors t While there is but three in family they tip the beam at some over eight hun dred pounds L A Britton and family of Peoria lIt are visiting relatives in this com mumtysA Jeffries and family spent Sat urday night and Sunday with W C Cammack and wife Rev Harrison of Chaplin with sev eral of his friends held a prayer service SundaxY afternoon Mrs Allie Barnett spent Friday and Saturday with her son Dr W T Bar Bett of Mackville CI Miss Jappa Barnett was in Bloomfield last week Rev J M Johnson filled his regular at Prices Chanel Sunday iBorn to the wife of Colic Stewart March 2nd a ten pound boy SYCAMORE VALLEY Colman Settles sold a horse to Settles for75tt Davis Crow bought a horse of am Noel for 125 also bought one horse o Ezra Keeling for 110 Mrs J D Sutherland and Miss Maud Inman Was in Willisburg shopping Mon day Mr and Mrs Marshal Keeling en tertained the young people of this place Saturday night Miss Maud Inman spent several da this week with Mrs J D Sutherland Mr and Mrs J S Thomas spent Snnday afternoon with Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland J D Sutherland and Colman Sottlos were at MackVille Saturday ori businoss Mr J S Thomas attended church at Mackville Sundays Mr and Mr Lewis Clark Mr rind Mrs J Do Sutherland and Mrs E Sales spent S day afternoon with VI acid Mrs J S Inman i t GLENS CREEK and wife were in elSpdngfield1riday on business Mr Frjd Milburn entertained his friends Thursday night with a dance Mrs Grundy Cooksey is no better at to1herCQrnish1viHeGardner of his place a few days last week Mrs Jim Bottonr skho has been visiting her sister ts Etta Cooksey i has returned to her hone at Lebanon Junci tion Miss Mary tier charming ter returned with her Miss Oliv Sutton spent last week with her auirt MrsT H Noel Davis Noel was in Springfield Mon day Miss Willi Cloyd is on the sick list Mr Alber Gardner sold to different parties thre cows for 25 each Mrs Lizzi McMillen and little sonI Donovan of Mackville visited at the home of Mr T H Noel from Saturday until Monday E O Mclljvoy of Willisburg spentI Thursday night with his sister 1Catherinesister Mrs Wm Sutton near Brooks ville Mr Al G rider and wife were at Cornishville Friday LTTLE BEACH Claude Be icy arid wife spent Sat latteres visa SatfIsaacs family of G avel Switch While loa ingAtobacco one day last week R C Cariarey slipped and fell striking on is head he was considerably jarred uj but no bones were broken Stan Fe wick bought one horse at 12500sone gy Brewer for 50 Miss Wh atley will begin a subscrip tion school a t the Litsey school house oiif March 26IMr Alex Sutton and wife spent Sat urday nigh lend Sunday with W TI Philippsandwife Susie and live Hijlard spent Saturday and Sunday pith thijir aunt Airs W T Philipps t D D Wili on and family have moved to 4ib wick t WORMSAll chit dren com plain frequently of- headaches backaches theipr hurt an that the a dont feel Ill IIThis isjIbat their ills and the aid of some reliable medicine Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup PepsinIs an unfailing harmless and absolute bowelI 1Ifthese are symtoms of worms One dose of DRCALDVELL S SYRUP PEPSIN as directed the dejected condition will soon give way to health and DRCALDWELLS vigorI can be obtained hi both dollar Idollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded if it do not benefit you Your postal card request will bring by return mall our new booklet DR CALDWELL BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those who have never tried this wonderful remedy Write to a- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO Montioollo Illinois Sold by The Rid Cross Drug Start NHITES Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATIONS THE PRCPAnCD Ballard Snow Liniment Co eT LOUIS MO = Hopkirisville people declined to attend the lecture of Elbart Hubbarda recog nized speaker of ability because he was an atheist t WANTED J f it= i zipI REMEDY SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all poisons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and Other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but in sorted in another department of the paper at very low rates WG Grundy Valley Hill has for sale a Chester White boar arid a registered Short Horn Bull hasYyearling filly and one twoyearold filly thoroughbred Mrs B L Litsey R F p No 3 has for sale Buff Orinjrton and Brown 1irs FDhas for sale Ptyre bred Rhode Island- Reds eggs 15 for L Mrs Malisa Peyton Route 4 has fine Plymouth Rook eggs for sale 17 for SI delivered Mrs R FJD No2 has forsale purebred Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15forl Clyde Goatley R F D No 1 has for sale the S C Brown Leghorn eggs 35 cents for 16iLaura Vest of near town has 1Mrs two good heifers R A McIntire R F D No 2 has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks arid S C Buff rpingtnn 1 for 15 W SGibbs Willisbtlrg Kyhas for sale several Jacks from 14 t 15J hands toaS TRay Lebanon Rout 3 has for sale a pair of 5yearold muIEfl6 hands high jus Keene five miles froMSpring = field on Bardstown pike Duroc male hog T K Smith Springfield hasfor sale a good work horse firstclass driver Also a good rubber tire buggy A C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymouth Rock and Single Comb Brown Laghorn e gs 75 cents for 15 Os DO OODOoGo 0 01 0aOIO HAYDON0 ii j BURTON D 0 UNDERTAKERS SPRINGFIELD KENTlkCKY i5J rOuryery best atteritionfwiil b given and every eI hQQQQ QQQ shown JL MACKVILLE Mr Marion Cloyd of Mercer county bought a horse of J D Sweeney fQr 125 and one of Mr Harison Steele for S100 j Little Herman Darnell had the mis fortune of falling down stairsaI1d Breaking his wrist The Brown shows Wednesday aqd Thursday nights were very well attended and enjoyed by all present Oscar Mayes of Indiana is visiting his father Mr Sam Mayes a f Jw days last week Mr and Mrs Will Bottom visited the latters parents at Harrodsburgu Satur day 4 Mr and Mrs Sie Johnson were called to Harrodsburg last week bythe illness of their grandson Jeff Johnson Mrs Dick Isham who has been sick for several weeks is able tq be up again Robert Bottom and wife have gone to housekeeping in the houSe of Mrsj Harry Shewmaker Mrs Mary Walksr is on the sick list Miss Jennie Leachman and brother of Pleasant Grove spent Sunday with s Meats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops IFresh Sausage Roast Mutton Chops Vial Roast Vial Chops Veal CuUttts Pickled Pig Foot Pickitd Bologna HamBreakfast Bacon Mince Meat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market Wf their sisterj drsOscar Sweeney Miss and Will Har mon Miss Lillie Hayd n and Charlie Bottom spent Saturday and SundayktI the home of Dave Yank sy Misses Sadie and E hel Mayes art visiting the Misses Main pear Spring field All you correspondent get a hustle on yourselves and let us heat the news Success to The Sun Etown boasts of the tact that since January there has been but one person kllled AnnouncementsIllinois Very low Roundtrip Rates to NEW ORLEANS March20th 1006 Cheap oneway Tickets to California And The Northwest Daily to April 1906 Extremely low one ay and round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Lou eritoryOklahomaTuesday of each month pipgCarphis FULL PARTICULARS co cerning all the above can be had by addressing F W HARLOW O PA Louisville Springfield M rkft- BaconHama150 Sides 12Mo Beeswar 24c per pound rChlckensHens8 Dried apples Sopor pound Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 73c to per bushel EggsOc per dozen Feathers 45o per pound FlpurS260toJ3 f Gtnseng750 pe pound nr In Wheat Wcr cnnrfiO Oats Hhjes Green OHc to 18J4r Lard lOc per pound Limegoo toJlooper barrel Mill prodUQte Braa 1G P8tuJrJ11 oar- 1O pounds Potatoos Codatry lAr Onions Sal tSl 4SLaiper barrel TurkeygW per pound Tallow te per pound Vinegar25e to 4oc per galio Wool Burry and greasy MHc wow oIiigrease 20c tub waShed Country Borghum 15cto Gapelce t