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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m t Pring itlIJI u i r 1I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME IIr j SPRINGFIELDr KYM WEDNESDAY MAIICH 21 1906 UMEIFI FRANCIS MARION CAMPBELL Born December 311816 DiedMarch 15 1906 1iCIRCUIT CLERK F M CAMPBELL Died atMis Home In Springfield Thurs lay Night After a Brief Illness Was One of the Countys Most Highly lonored Citizehs A Friend to the Poor There never resided in Washington is county a ifian more highly honored or kbetterwho died at nome in Springfield last Thursday night March 15 at 1140 oclock While his death had been expected for several days by friends and relatives it will be a shocking surprise to many of his friends who reside in other counties Mr Campbell became ill about two weeks ago his first trouble being hemorrhoids At the time it was not thought by physicians or family that he was in a serious condition However soon after the attack other in complications arose and the patient gradually grew worse blood poisoning finally developing Mr Campbell was married in 1865 to if Miss Francis Campbell of this county To this union ten children were born seven whom are now living They are Messrs Arthur and Theo Misses Della Lula Myrtle Bessie and Pearl His wife died in 1891 The deceased was born at Jensonton in this county December 31 1836 and had made his home in the county since birth He was the oldest son of Mr and Mrs Geo Campbell who came t Washington county from Virginia with the earlier pioneers At the age of nineteen the deceased began teaching in the public schools of the county and taught for thirteen years Some of his old pupils are now residing in the county and there is not one among them who will not testify that Mr Campbell mode every effort mould their lives in that way which makes a true noble man and woman Mr Campbell united with the Beech Grove Baptist church in 1854 and since that time until his death a few days ago he had been a deyout Christian man When the announcement of his death was made an expression of regret was heard from all classes and many people were heard to RayuBob Campbell was the best friend the poor people of Washington county ever had That expression within itself tells what kind of a man the deceased was Indeed it is said he was charitable to such an ex tent that he spent as much upon charities as he did upon himself There never lived a more accommodating more generous man It was seldom a week passed that he did not extend an acctm modation to some one and that too very often when it inconvenienced him Hundreds and thousand 6f good words could be truthfully spoken of the departed one Indeed should we begin to enumerate all the little deeds of kindness which he has extended tIt friends even during the past year would require the whole of The Sum It i 1j not necessary to dw jll upon these the people of his count know him and him knew that he possessed of thequalities of a true man In his home he was the companion of his children thejove betty en parent and children was beautiful He was their counselor their advisor In return for their unadulterated love the father de voted his life to their comforts and bestowed upon them th ardent affection of a loving parent While he has M gone away from those w o loved him so dearly and while they no doubt find little comfort for the ac ing heart even the tenderest words lof dear good friends it must be much consolation to the grievedones toknow that their father is with his Heave ly Father for mortal ever earned a crown for good deeds upon earth the departed- one did Mr Campbell had bee a public servant for quite a number f years For six terms he served as c onstable in the Jensonton djstrict In 1884 h6 Was elected Sheriff serving wo terms andn in 1892 he was elected Circuit Clerk f and had held that office ince that time During the Civil War he was a deputy Bowloing Green Ky Mr ampbell was a member of the milling frm of Jarbpe Campbell Funeral services over conducted at the ing by Rev Williamichurch assisted by the paStors of the town After the services the body was toie ever a al in Springfield Feera The family desire to extend their sincerest thanks to those friends who were so kind during the illness and death of their father RESOLUTIONS FROM BANK OFFICIALS At a meeting of the Board of Direc tors of the First National Bank of Springfield on March IT1 1906 tIle following proceedings were had In the death of our colleague F M Campbell the Board is s parole of the very great loss it has sus fined Serv ing with ua for years ie has always been faithful in the discharge of his duties His conduct wax ever char acterized by the greatest courtesy and forbarance He was patient arid gpAe the Board inoill matters thebcneiit of a clear judgment unclou ledby passion and uninfluenced by bias His usefulness cannot be muu urcd and his place will be ha d to tilt We lament our loss but we pay tjuonuss ively to the will of G ex Lend 1Wt i assurances of our sincerest and ten derest sympathies to his children relatives and friends The distingushing feature of his career was his uniform goodness of heart and kindness His ear was ever open to the call of distress and it can be truthfully said of him that he lived with malice toward none and charity for all He was universally beloved and worthy of the affection so generously shown him by the people among whom his lot was cast and he is tenderly and as is natat ural laid to rest with tears and flowers- A patriotic liberal tolerant citizen honest official faithful friend affec tionate indulgent father has gone to a better world and happier existence He leayes his children that best of all legacies a spotless name and the example of a Christaiii life Grieved as we are it is a pleasure to have the privilege of bearing this testimony to his noble life and great personal worth It is ordered that these proceedings be spread at large upon our records and that the local pipers be requested to publish same and that a copy there of be furnished the family of our colleague B L LITSEY President JOHN W LEWIS Secretary Hon John W Lewis announced to the Court that F M Campbell Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court died March 15 after a short illness and on motion it was resolved that a meeting of the Springfield Bar and officerS of the Court be held for the purpose of paying tribute to the memory of our deceased friend Hon I H Thurman Judge of the Washington Circuit Court was elected Chairman of the meeting and R bert Noe Deputy Clerk of the Court was elected Secretary On motion resolved that a Committee on Resolutions be appointed by the Chairman The Chairman cornmittee Jphn W Lewis W E Selecman and W C McChord and after time the committee made the following re jjWhereas Washingtonprofound sorrow of the death of F M Campbell Clerk of the Washington Circuit Court which office he has held continuously since 1892 Therefore Resolved That while we submit as we hope With becoming reverence to the decree of the Great Judge of All the living and the dead by which heIhas removed from our midst our friend find worthy fellowcitizen F Campo by summoning him to appear at His High Tribunal before which we nust all sooner or later be called uPoto answer We can only deplore that this Court has lost a faithful honest and upright officer and the community at large a worthy Christian citizen and his family a kind and devoted father TJo his offer our tenderest sympathy fafilvw dark hour of their deepest and say to them that we apprecu high character as a worthy citizen a devoted parent and an updghtlChristian man whose ex mple in hfe was worthy of emulation Resolved that the Judge of the Washington Circuit Court be requested to allow the minutes of this meeting to bq spread at large upon the records of his court and that the Court out of respect to the memory of our deceased friend and its officer be1 adjourned until court in course Resolved that a copyof these proceedings be tendered the family of the deceased and published by request in the news papers of our 1qwn W O McChord W E Selecman John W Lewis i Committee K Do ItNow Meade County Messenger It has been said the woman who hesitates is lost It is as true of men as of women The difference between success and failure is the difference between hesitation and action He or she who fails to act upon the spur of the mo ment who procrastinates and lingers loses the wholeheartedness of success ful effort Procrastination is the thiefof time It is a wanton liar It prates and poi suades of tomorrow it despises the excellence of It is both liaiTand robber tblnowWhatever thy to do do with thy might Now is the nick of time All successful work must not only be worthy but instant Hesitation takes from action the fine edge of endeavor the fine flush of enthusiasm Dont wait postponef Whatever you do do it now t RosltRT NOEi Appointed Circuit Clerk by Judge I H Thurman Circuit Judge I H Thurman has ap pointed Mr Robert Noe Circuit Clerk office having become vacant by the deathof Circuit Clerk F M Campbell Mr Noe is well qualified for the posi tion indeed he has the reputation of being one of the very best Clerks tin the State and no doubt his appointment rpierainftaking 1snatthe unexpired term of Mr Campbel In the mean time a nomination will be necessary and while a primary election will be called it is hardly probable that it will be held as it is not likely that Mr Noe will have opposition His announcement subject to the action of thi Democratic party will be found in this issuer COSTLY MEAL TenDozen Eggs c nsumed For r Breakfast Yesterday morning a meal was eaten in this county which was proportionate in pi to a Waldorf Astoria breakfast and the meal was not composed of hot birds and cold bottles Canvas Back greenturtle soup Lynn Hovqn Oysters etc butmerely of that familiar anc hensruitMrfarmers started to town yester4 day morning with ten dozen eggs which were packed in bran and placed in aj box n the rear of his buggy Mr Whez tley is a neighborly man and it is his w nt to stop and converse with the friends he may meet on his way to town Yesterday was no exception and when he came to the tobacco barn of one of his neighbors and discovered that peo were at work therein he quickly alighted from his buggy and proceeded to the barn forgetfulof his eggs arid everything else save sociability But while Mr Wheatley was talking of the weather the crops the County Unit Bill the Rectifiers Tax the slaughter of the Moros and other topics of interest a meandering cow espied the eggs and proceeded to devour the same with the bran as a relish As a conse quence of this Mr Wheatley is out about 110 and the bill for the feast has not been settled Death of Mr Phelps Mr Thomas Phelps a former prominent Washington county citizen died at Seattle Wash His remains will be brought to Springfield Will Not Extend Call Frankfort Ky March 20Gov Beckham this morning stated positively that he will not extend the call for the present extra session of the Assembly so as to permit 6f consideration of any subject other than the tax on rectified liquor and duties and powers of revenue agents The Governor says that he has received numerous requests to extend the call to consider matters in which the Assembly failed to take ac tion at the regular session just closed but that to open up the way for one additional subject woull but open the way for others and anjunlimited ses sion For this reason lIe declines to extend the call LITSEY MrnL L Litsey has returned home from Lebanon where she has been at the bedside of tier sister who is very ill Charlie TFcntof Springfield spent last week Leachman Mr and Mrs Junks Coulter enter ta ned the young folks with a singing in honor of her son Toms birthday Mrs Nannie7 Boblitt of Lebanon is the guest of Mr A L Litsey The school at Pleasant Grove is pro gressing nicely with Miss Annie Clay brooke at teacher Ti HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Whoso bloweth his own horn the same shall be blown with muchness Whoso bloweth not his own horn the same shall not be blown at all The quarterly examinations were held last Thursday and Friday Ow Jng to the great increased attendance last quarter there were so many pa pers that many of the reports have not been finished Bernard Smith stopped school Friday Monday three new students en- feted Prof Hume spent Sunday at his home nvMackville The Literary and Debating society will meet Friday Each member will have an onginal story The scribes of this column have been at considerable inconvenience owing to the fact thatno name was subscribed to the amatory verses published two weeks ago Two of the young ladies in Prof Thompsons room claim the honor and we have been hard put to It for fear of gaining the everlasting enmity ofone of them Hereafter names will be used to all such communications so that no troublecan possibly occur An interesting progi amwasheld Friday afternoon in Prof Humes room by the students of the sixth and seventh grades A debate on the re lative merits of Washi gton and Lin coin was won by the aderantsof the father of his country though the great emancipator was well represented Composetions and Rectations were also read and delivered Among the best of these were a recitation Towser Must be Tied TonightY by Lil Van Arsdale and a composition on Dia monds by Jennie Price That party Prof Colvirj has been going to give his room seems as far off as when first mentioned Even as a mirage when it segmeth most near then is it farthest away One of our professors s explaini ing at length the meanings of the vari ous college degrees A B A M andI Ph D etc when he was interrupted by a guiltless youth in the rear of the room with Professor what does P D Q mean Mr Henry Royalty sDent Friday and Saturday visiting retatives neanHar rodsburg i Miss Eleanor Duncan was absent from school a few days last week on account of illness =IMiss Mary Haydon is back in school a weeks absence r of our students are counting thedays until school is out Pleasant as happy school days are especially in the eyes of the aged Vacation hath pore charmes to the youthful dreamer I dreams than even the pleasant quar ters in the garded school building where they are at liberty to write off their lessons from twenty to thirty times in paymentfor a night of plea ure BROOKSVILLE Mr Debo Noal spent Sunday even ing with Mr Garnett and Marcial Pink ston i Miss Nora Cheatham gave an enter tainment last Thursday night and all resant had an enjoyable time We Were sorry to hear of Mr K M Campbells death We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones Mr Tom Phelps of Seattle died and will be brought to Washington county his old home for burial Mr A C Pinkston sold his crop of tobacco at an average of 7i cts Mr Joe Noal bought a horse of Mr Byron Parks price unknown Mr Garnet Pinkaton has returned home froma visit to his sister at HilldburuMs Wilson has returned to Illinois where he will make his home spentIMr Henry Settles spent Saturday with A C Pinkston Miss Hester soul has returned home from TIM ham where she has been visiting her sister Mrs Ivan Gary ua UOOyear 1fJ r BYPRIMAR i II = t Democratic Nominees for Ap peUante Judge Will be IChosen Lebanon Enterprise At a meetin of the Democratic committee to tb Third District held at the Hardest Hotel in this city Thursday at noon i jIwas decided unanimously to select nominee for the Appellate Judgeshi by prnnary election Saturday r Junc2 was the jdate decided upon for hold ing the which is also the dab of the congressional primary in th Fourth Dist ct The call for the election which win be issued provided that each Candida entering th6 primary shall pay to Mr Sam T Spading executive chairman the sum of 2000 as his part toward defraying the expensesof the primary the sum to be paid at least fifteen days before the date of the election Should there be a surplus after the payment of expenses it is to be returned ratably to the candidates In the event there is but one candidate who haS announc ed and paid the sum required to enter no primary Will be held and such candidate will be declaed the Democratic nominee TIle money paid shall be reiturned to the candidate less any ex pense incurred in preparing for the election chairman of each county committee isi directed to appoint the necessary officials to conduct the elegy tion and to furnish the ballots and su plies Where in a countyanother Democratic primaryis held on June 2 the same election officers will serve and the same ballots and ballot boxes will be used and it was recommended that the expense of the election in such counties be borne proportionately by the different candidates LMarion Items 1 Falcon Mts Apalona Thompson wife of Mr JT A Thompson died at her home in Sunday morningI after along illness of consumption Mr John 5enardy the well known cooper of Loijetto died at his home there Monday morning at five oclock after an illness of several weeks of t stomach trouble What appear to be areal cold blooded was committed at the earlFridayY victim was James Caldwell an old paralyzed colored inmate of the poort fJimcently came t6 Lebanon and was sent to the poor house when he suffered an attack of fever Saturday evening John Wayne and Stanley Cabbel and some other young boys were playing on the street Young Cabbell had his knife out cleaning higi H cleaning his finger nails whenthe former slipped up behind him and suddenly tickled Cabbell who threw up his hand with the open knife The blade struck the Wayne boy under the left eye lid and the doctor thinks he will lose his eye TATHAM SPRINGS Miss Essie Hhn ate of near Willis burg visited relatives near here last week i DrHatchett and wife of East Texas have been visiting relatives and fi lends at this place We are always glad to see Dr and Mb Hatchett as they lived here quit o a while We appreciate their visits lycry much 7 Little Eva Pin kston who spent a pleasant week at the home of her father near Willisburg has returned homejMr Albert Masters was hi our midst a few days ago lrMr Silas Bur head and wife visited the formers patdntsSatul1ay night and Sunday We were pleas itly surprised to hear the marriage of Mr James Cheat r ham to Miss Clara Sh pierd May joy peace and happiness ever be theirs Mrs Ed Jenknfs who has been sick far some fey dajjs we are sorry to rt no better r Roland Pmkston is spending a few days at the hom of hisgmhdparents ttl at this place Rev Summers filled his regular ap pointment at the B ptist church here 4 Sunday afternoon aabBcrlbe lot Tlie Sun L00 2 LinlI SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY 1 MARCR 21 1906 iI l t S UIfSHINE1Chestnut Stallion by the Red Leaf foaled 1901 bred by RY r GpUdardi Of Horrodsburg Ky now 1 owned In Springfield will make the season of 1906 in charge of L D tM Baker the owner at the Fair Ground stables at 10 to insure LivingColt i f l DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sunshine is a beautiful horse andycan step a 30 shot with grace style ii and He is the living picture 6f Lord Golden the greatest show t horse that ever wore harness His rjbreeding is superb by the great Red Leaf the champion Show Horse of Kentucky and leading sire of high class road horses and teamsm Y Sunshine is a full brother to Glorious Sunrise and Sunset thet 41i greatest pairin 1 dam is Madam Wood bytby Nut Wood Madam Wood is the dam of Wildwood which sold for + byBalrosa r s rr Mw KingAlmont rv of Almont 4 dam Roling mare 221 Mr R E Goddard of Harrods f in a letter to Mr Baker sayst in partiCHjs dam is the s my sorrel pair that I sold for 3750i t and she is a very fine mare 16i hands high Besides this sorrel pair I sold anouher gelding out of her in a team for 3000 At the same time i nd place l will stand my fine Jack j BILL GOEBEL8 to Insure a Living Colt BH Goelel is a black Jack with white points 15 hands high and is a tat foal getter He is by Big Mack he by Gov Wood dam of Bill Goebel by Reverly out of a Hawk Jennett This Jack is the best Mule Jack in the country Lien retained on colts of horse and jack until season fee is paid Care taken to prevent accidents responsible should and occur L D BAKER The Clever Doctor f Tit Bits They have found Out how consumption may be positively cured Ills that used to worry people needno longer be enduredrTheyve discovered lymphs and serums so we have been told That will stop the sad necessity of ever growing old They are finding out the microbes theyre advancing day by day But people keep on in the same oldfashioned waya morningthatHas been mastered by some doctor her at home or over seas They are stopping all the fevers am arresting all the ills That the human form is heir to with pillsThey at dayBut the same o d fashioned way What a Wondrous thing is science youAndits foibles too They have found out that the stomach- is of very little use They can master all its functions with the gizzard of a goose dopingtheyreBut people keep on dying in the same way The Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the stroijg est animal of its size the gorilla also has the largest lungs Powerful lungs means powerful creatures How to Keep the breathing organs right should be manschiefest study Like thous Stephenst01 i OIL vr imams j naa juurntu iiuw to do this She writes Three bot tles of Dr Kings NeW Discovery stop ped my cough of two years and cured me of what my friends thought con sum tion 0 its grand for throatand lung troubles Guaranteed by C J t Haydon druggist Price 50c an 100 Trial bottle free Victory It is not work that kills but useless toil That bringsfresh failure at each stern Tho mind and muscle labor noath the load And quivpr at Ambitions heartless goad They will while Hope or hate befriend AndHit is done is written at the end L B Bin Harrodsburg Democrat They cant get enough people in Set tie Edmonson county to attend church to calla preacher and there ban t been worshipin the church for months j THE SUN AND Both jirt IKJrs yr Bryans Commoner wl75Weekly Cou ierJourna1150W-eekly Louisville Herald j 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 St Louis Republic L75 SemiWeekly StcL9Uis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWcek New York World Ii7f JEIome and Farm 121 American Agriculturist J7f American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders jGazatte 226 JUXFnrmFarm Field anti Fireside 176 Review of Jlerieys hEli LippincottJi Magazine 286 40C Xedger Monthly 37r r1JarpersVSunny South 150 r v the Men WI Elizabethton o Denounced Bryan n News But what ompamonIas an anarchist an appealed to the people tb save the h inor of the nation byj defeating the ma i from Nebraska The easiest road to re ch many of them today will lead through the criminal- co its and into the penittmtijares of the land Every life insurance president who is now pn the way to prison for stealing sacred funds from the widows nna orphans and giving the moveS to id republican campaign jcommitee pined John R Walsh in calling Bryan lishonest Every railroad president whet is now dodging the officers of the law who want him on charge of crimi nal rebating joined Walsh in saving the honor of the nation in 1896 and joined him in circulating the lie that Bey nand his followers were dishonest Evary member of the trust whose officers are now of the beef trust whose officers are now so fiercely resisting a call to the penitentiary aided Walsh to circ late that libel in 1896 John Rock effe ler the king of all commercial cri min ils joined the chorus of falsehood in 96 and taught the members of his Sunday school class that Walsh was a patriot and J3ryan a traitor Stolen Meat IH rrodsburg Herald Last Saturday morning when Mrs J W Brown who lives near Kirkland this county was starting ona visit of a dav or two to her other she took all the hams out of tile meathouse which she thought insecure and placed them in 1a box undo the bed in the dwelling Mr Brown knew nothing of the precaution taken to protect the mea md on Sun day morning when he opened the smokehouse loor he nearly fell backwards when Ie saw that his meat was misising Det rmined to run down the thiefwho de polled him of his meat he te ephoned V B Milligan at Wil more 25 miles away to hasten to the scene with his bloodhounds Milligan and the dogs reached this city at 12 ochefc and with Luther Hcrron h is tene I on to Kirkwood Mr Brown lad kept ver one away from the building sd tHi the dogs would have a fair shqwing On arriving at the scene the mantrailers wore led into the smoke house tad aftor sniffing around for a few m nul struckout in lsouth western direction pulling hard at their leash and wound un at the home of one of Mr Browns noighbors In order to test it further the dogs were taken back to the smokehouse and by ail en tii different route then the one first traversel again stopped it the neighbors Milhgan then said that this was the lies his dogs could do und bundled them in Uhe buggy and struck for home Mrs Brawn returned home Monday and told Mr Rrown where the meat was but his xperienee with bloodhounds w is rather expensive for Milligan col lp tcj t25 from him for dog service A prrnt rod from Mercer Anderson and WMslingUin counties witnessed the chjiae Well Worth Trying WII Brown the popular pension at tomes of Pittsfield Vt says Next isIjrC1As splcriIpets Hn n mess 26 cents drugrtur A Priest or Preacher IICounty Judge H DeH Breckenridge county has is uer the following card As Co my lJ dge I married my first and last couple Thurs day Notwithstandsng T hav a legal right to perform such ceremonies I will perform no more for the reaspn that I feel that no person other than a Priest or Preacher has the God given right to performa marriage ceremony This is a ceremony that ought to be tpo sacred tobe performed in apubliq office before a curious and uninvited crowd I thin when this ceremony is performed by persons other than those above lame it detracts from the sacredness of the contract and I really feel that an of ficer goes entirely out of line of his duty I hereby give notice that it will be useless to apply tome to p rform such ceremonies hereafter duns ig my term Asserting this as a conscienlsoi s con clusion I am Very truly IL DEli MOORMAN Prisoners to the Pen Bardstown Standard Sheri James Vittitoe conveyed the prison rs con victed at the last term of Crrc it Court to Frankfort last week He was as sisted by Mr Russell Giiteso Coxs Creek The prisoners are Ben Stoner colored charged with the murder of Steve Gates colored at the colored fair last September and William Hjim mond colored charged with maliciously shooting and wounding Fred Sroan about a year ago Stoner was sen tenced for a term of tjwentyone years and Hammond for three years Jailer Burris of Johnson county nipped a jail delivery when he found two suws with whi h prisoners had sawed several bars of a window Robbing Yourself That is just what you arc doing when you fail to get rca ular and sufficient sleep Your odyrequires this unconscious icriod for repair workwith out it your nerve energy be ome exhausted and you are fired wornout nervous cx table have headache neu appetiteby a lackof nerve force Make it your business to sleep If takcbr1Iilesr and strengthens the nerves refreshinglife organs power to work natur ally Try it today whlchleUyerjr nervous I had severe tells of couldsleepwaa made to foveir my BtnurctU was DrMileseommuncpd to take the Nervine my nntIthlitnumlgia pains leftme to a certain extent hetterainS821 Berylan Avo Belvldero Ills yourdruggist hewillMiles Medical Co Elkhaiit Ind 1v INREREST ING LETTER From Washington City Prest dent Roosevelt Being Urg edi Save Niagra f 1 Falls lSpntsh UCorrespondence F Mlenilf watchfIg ttnh reajti interest a bill recently introduced in congress which if unse ed metiuH thiii they must settle nil flniins ujalnst them or give their positions it Is understood that the clerks are so hopelessly SOllltor it ivlll bo Impossible for ibiir accounts iwith their and tabs of them lire greatly worried The chances for thebtlls passage are said to he good The delinquent debtors among the clerks as their side of the matter say that It Is all but Impossible for the av erage government employee to live In Washington on his salary They de clare that Washington Is far and away the most expensive city in then United States lu which to live and that while the cost of living In Washington has doubled In the latrt ten or fifteen years there hnsbeen no advance In the salary of the average government clerk AlI Bcd Indian Frnndn Pre ldcIt Roosevelt has taken per flonarlnteresthrthe charges of fraud corruption are said to hove occurred In coinijec ion with the affairs of the the Clvlllzcd Tribes hi the In linn Territory But for his interfere epee Indictments against several parties alleged to have been engaged In legal practices would have been quash ed Now however under his orders the Interior department IS pushing Its Investigations with Increased vigor sad it rellublv stated that In the near future a number of new Indict ments will be reported against not only several men alreajdy Indicted but they will also Include i number of persons whose dames have not heretofore b en brought into the cases When It became known to the presl In1lutaudingthis proposed action An Inter Ntln r Girl Though she 1ms been only a few weeks In the world a little girl is getting much attention from oillclal Hud diplomatic Washington Tills lit tie girl Is the daughter born to the minister from the Netherlands Mine YOU Swlnderen was Elizabeth Glover daughter of a veteran Washington banker nod before she was won by the ardent suit of the Dutchman she was n belle In the capital She was presented to tbet minister by Mrs lloosevelt and the presidents wife attended tho wedding that was the out comeof tint ucetl It was a quick 1uUltshipfol1r months long Sirs Itooscvelt has taken a deep Interest in the happiness of Hid couple When the baby was only a feint hours old a clus ter of roses came from the mistress of the White House with a gold spoon Soivnll Una life Troubles Bill Sewall the Maine trapper and guide who was recently appointed col lector of customs for the district of Aroostook has troubles of his own Sewall has for many years enjoyed the personal friendship of the presi dent and when the latter made his trip Into New England two and a half years ago he went out of his way to visit the old guides home Sewall who was lii Washington recently Is trying to getrldol one government job that he may take up another For many years he has held the office of postmaster at his home town Island Falls and Is still holding down the rtlleolllcCnnt Glee Up lice Old Job The trouble Is that nobody wants to be postmaster and Sewall Is having trouble giving up his old Job Hejuust hold on to the poStolIice Until a victim turns up and allows him to take the better paying one Postmaster Geu oral Cortelyou Is contributing to the torture of Sewall by not hastening the selection of a postmaster ur found a insvn who would fake the postoflice said Sewall and have wade my rec onhnendatlon but the postmaster gen eral or whoever it is that names the new men hasnt seen tit to net yet I whit to get busy on my new place Ive held dqwn the post iwtstersblp long enough Theres a whole lot to do in that collectors place I want to say Why lily county alone extends over 5500 julles along the Canadian border Whet a fellow spreads hlmself out over 300 miles hes got to be pretty keen let me say 1rpnerve the Fells of Nlrtprnrn President Roosevelt was urged the other day to use hits influence to preserve the falls of Niagara as one of the great natural wonders of the world Mrs JMIrlam Mason Greeley of New York president of the National Society of the Daughters of the Empire State presented to the president a petition bearing 2500 signatures praying that the president and congress1 through the enactment of suitable legislation prevent the destruction of the grandeur of Niagara falls by We diversion it f the power of the fulls by corporations The president assured Mrs Grcejcy that ho was In cordial sympathy with the movement started for the preserva then of the fully anti would do all he could to promote it Arctic Exploration commander = ii1ThelatesttlwiFsin Oxfords Just arrived All the latest spring styles t i A full line of spring neckwear the prettie t you ever saw Latest thingn white vests New Goods Arriving Daily Grundy Mdritirie thou was n recent visitor at thelwiilte House being officially presented to the president through the Danish minister Captalu Mlkkelseti explained to the president that he proposes toj keep away from the north pole andj With two companions who are scientists plunge into the wholly unexplored re glon of the Arctic ocean Mlkk lsens partner in the undertaking Isn oung American Ernest LelHngwell of Illlnoisl- rA1lL SL1IOFIELD Subscribe for The Sun I100J year Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Meats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want it Roast t Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage j Mui on Roast Mut on Chops Yea Roast Veal Chops VIII CUtlltts Pickled Pig Feeti Pickled Bologna Him Breakfast Bacon Mince Meat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market i Carriage Shop vourwQodiorkprice Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for sale 1 also have one new shopmade buggy and spring wagon Wand one sec d trlmmipgsfallkinds W jSprJuly i inoo READ THIS Symsonia Ky March 1903 DrE W Hall St Louis MO Dear agentforneighborhood Your Texas Wonder whQmtwothere is none of your medicine sold nearer than fifteen miles of this plate so I would be pleased to hear from ypu concerning the agency as soon as posi ble ED DFJAFFEN Symsonia Kf One small bottle of the Texas Woi der Halls Great Discovery cures sl1 kidney and bladder troubles femovi gravel cures diabetes seminal emis umatisujmen andome clildreriUf 0itreatmert curDrftestimonial j V t IFarms and Buslniss Prapirty SALEW T Ewin Red Estate gepcy Harrodsbuf g Ky 150 acres Ande on county Ky near Sania improved aid good 3500 150 acres Grant county Ky excellent farm and bargain at 2S 168 acres Mercer grasstencounty on river a o d farm at 5250 240 acres 2 miles r it oad station Mer cer county Ky g cod improvements at 40 exchange15y acres well improved three Burgin 6900 57 acres near Burgi good farm 3750 120 acres six mile from Harrodsburg on Lexington pike at 75 c chan e pikeinmije from Harrods urggood grass farm largerfarmBurgin 1600 Business Property Livery Stable atj Harrodsburg and- residence adjoining 4790 rents for StableIrentedmonth Store and welling in one block Railroad town M rcer county no other fine trade 2500 Also farms and other property of all kinds I have buyers for Washington county farms list yoUrs with me now I will sell it A r n Cloudy I Vision is a signal warning your eyes need looking after Dont go getthemI you a FREE EXAMI NATION and tell yo i whats th matter and what you req I fit you with kind o glasses you need and wont charge high prices anditsple need and give it to them at moderate prices i JasDJ 0 Graves +NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD liY OJPPOS1TE I lBSBYTERtAK JHHRC5H Graves Jewelry store XbeenTHOS J Graves b THE SPRINGFIELD SIN WEDNESDAY MARCH 2 1906 J tI Do YOu Want to SellYOUR FARM YOUR HOUSE AND LOT OR YOUR BUSINESSi 1 fIF SO GALL TO SEE ME I CAN MAKE THE SALE lt Y What About Your sliranceI o 1 I CAN GIVE YOU THE BEST IN LIFE FIRE AND ACCIDENT jOffice in Old Opera House Bu ildintIn room formerly Ii iiioccupied by W C McChord as a law offlcer D LAKeI as BRIGANVS ITWORK m SPAIN The Gentlemen of the Road Are Drteing a Thriving Trade In AmndaluaiaL The misery and famine now prevail Ing In the south of Spain are generating as their natural fruit a recrudes cence of the old time brigandage of Andalusia Once more the peaceful traveler goes almost In terror of his life Once more he Is confronted with the names and exploits of those heroes danIdlfiedtold again especially the desperate doings of that murderous mysterious company who called themselves the Seven Children of Ecija for seven precisely was the number of the chil dren their statutory number never a more and never less When one was killed or taken another came with magic swiftness to succeed him Thus composed the terrible though tiny group spread havoc and assassination through the land and snapped their fingers at whole regiments ot soldiers that were sent In theIr pursuit How ever after several years they fell Into an ambush and were executed one and all A list of candidates soliciting ad mission to the gang was found upon their leader at his capture The number of those candidates was sixtyfour One of the Seven Children was a priest Fro Antonio de Legama whom Seville saw garroted In 1S17 Anoth er Is stated to have been a woman A third was the gypsy and exbullfighter Ulloa better known as the wild beast Ulloa was a native of the tranquil little town of Ronda One day discovering his wife a beautiful singing girl or cautora In herlovers company he cut the throats of both and tookto brigandage in which profession on the testimony of Legama he slew sufficient victims to Lave filled a cemetery The newest representative of all these bygone worthies of romantic EstepawhonIckname of VIvIllo that is the little lively one Two months ago Vivillo and his merry men waylaid a wealthy BiliousnessThat sallow- yellowlookthoee Iachcsthatdulled brain all these things spell bil I iousness which thedirectresultof a liver which o fails to r 0 Q i formitsfunathons 1 natural way- Beforeou can destroy that bilious condition you must get your liver in form and nothing will accomphsh this so quickly orto thoroughly as preCaldwells Syrup PepsinT- his remedy is the most valuable one obtainable for all liver and kindred trou bles possessing properties which driv it partsBetter nause oils purgatives which aggravate condi tions and leave the sufferer InWorso condition than Former afflicted ones now well and strong pay eloquent tribute to its efficacy and power DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if it does not benefit you rctnVBOOK OP WONDERS and free sample to t those who bave never tried this wonderful remedy Write fork today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MentlcellB Illlnolm Sold by The Rid Cross Drug Store tI 4 landowner of Autequera slot his coachman dead and severely wounded his bailiff More recently they occupied n busy Audnluslaii highroad fpr at least two hours auid lightened every well dressed traveler of his purse guardsjtuponthey say VIvilio and ills followers lurking in a thicket and stopped the train to organize a stout defense Although the law courts want hIm for a long array of crimes and h d Ill JJjJ rvmLO WAYLAID A WEALTHY IjAlfD IoWNEIt these as we have seen not uu smirched with blood until some dt yI nJ o 1h Illo walked about his native toyn and calmly took his pleasure Ir Its theater and cafes The foUowIng story shows him las n patriot though a strictly local one A certain townsman fY I1o fellowI have amasRCiL n tolerable money which fo lowinba foolish ye lnconlKHlefSiKiu sh custom he keeps locked up at how ol e nl ht ing late this pet on reached returnI and thrust ills 1m id into his the key Happen up to look about him its he did so he s tied across the street witlIThe Iatter1steiped up td his side Come conic eexclaimed the robber with Impatience whores your key Have you forgotten it The other hail not forgotte i It hut terror had made him ns the dead however frantic alahn he drew out t at last un Wltll it In tile lingers s VIvIllo YIvIIlo the limer niid the outer door gl aged In and then re stored the key to Its astonlshe owns No thanic you said the brigand wont come In this time Ive work to do elsewhere Iut ho ad mI le me tli a you a vord of advice B careful when yojur house Is full p money not to keep late hours With this he le t the other stammer lug his thankstw istlel tohis hen nut walked away eStarvin to Deathr Because her ston ach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could n eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St CI1s starvingtowas so weak from usele s that I coup not eat ana my nerves so wise befoVto try Electric Bitte s with wonderful e sultthat improve nent began at once Ilesteed by C J Ida don druggist Henderson people want to know why they must put up with a 45000 Federal building while Winchester gets a 3 100000 appropri tion Handling ChifkesI In mating your breeders you must know each birds breeding and use only the best In quality not oval ok gilthirHersReliable Poultry Journal Then nakt a careful selectlo u of the eggs for In Cub tlonno using too small too large or Il shapedeggs When the eggs begin hatching do not both r them for from thirtysix to for tyel iht hours during which time your hand s will be better away from the eggs than auioilg them uuless you take the mpty shells quickly from the nest or Incubator Do not pick at or assist any chick to get out of Its shell for such chicks will seldom live and If they do they will be of little good B removing small particles of th shell In front of where the chick was picking moistening the outer mem brant commonly termed the skin with warm water and slightly breaking thfr membrane we have assisted nu merous chicks In hatching The as sistance was not given unless for son reason the chick had not made progress In breaking the shell Sometimes the membrane was too dry or the shell too thick or hard The chick had been try icntJImnIas vigorous as the remainder of the hatch a material Increase in the profits when standard reds are hatched Editor J If the chicks are being hatched by Incubator on the twentieth lay have your brooder nicely cleaned and warm ed up to 05 degrees under the hover with the ventilators well opened Fp bedding in the brooder use l1neeut straw and scatter well around the boyer n good supply of sharp chick grit Tills will he the chicks first meal so trait they can get their grinding ma chines In working order the chicks are placed in tit 1brooder allow them a few hours to rest here let us say that we al earsv Iin the inoruihg und about noon corner lliquickly up Feed only what the little fellows will quickly clean up and often rather not quite enough than too firstt two days we feed nil the c titles wlll- eut at night and with fresh clean wa before them slightly warmed dur Iter the cool weather your Hocks will surround the hover or hen nt night happy and with their little crops filled Kepp before the chick at all times grLDU1Intet1 finely cut onions und fresh bits of bee occasionally not giving too much or too oftenfery other day Is sufficient Give every other day a shallow pan of sweet skimmed mill This they will greatly enjoy and do not overlook some nice green grass to run among and pick at after the dew Is well off SPARROWI tE V Martin sold to Spencer county l2fto Allen his crop of tobacco at and 7 cents Somof one has been infesting thisIcommunity doing great damage to roosts bee hivescorn cribs etc There have been parties arrestedand in jail waiting trial larrMiss May of Mt Eden Among those presentwere Miss Allram y Perry Ella and Ethel Romine Mary Lee Sargracy and AlpaTanner Messrs JesnCrutcher Jim Whitehouse Jim Romine Elvin Leathers and Fred Long Mrs J D Sutherland of SYcamo Valley who has been spending a WC with her parents at this place has re r r tirned home IMrs Robert Morgan of Lawrence who has been spending the1 past week with her mother and other relatives liege has returned home accom panied byber sister Miss Jappa Barnett S O McMakin and wife of Chaplin 1 EIVowelswere married at Bardstown last Satur day After tbfc ceremony the Happy couple drove to the home of the grooms mother where an elegant supper waited them Dane rumor says we are going to have several weddings in thenear future Mrs Moore and Mrs Trent of Leath WeR Moore and wife On Friday night March 2nd the death angle visited the home of Mr and Mrs W H Romine and claimed as its victim the darling of the flock a little girl about six months old Tl e follolvins g day in the Fairmount cemetery Th body rested in a white casket and wa carried by four little girls who wore white ribbon Badges The many friend- of the bereaved family extend sympa thy COMMISSIONERS SALE i BrlfiiPT Washington Circuit Court A t tlgainsTaosBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court 1906tceed to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on the 26tTr day of March 1906 At 2 oclock p m pr thereabout being County Court dayto the highest bidder at public 12eerty towit 4 A tract of land situated in ropI ton County Ky on thq turnpike ing from Springfield to 1 about two miles Suoth of Willisburg and known as the YIn Baker farm and contains about 1201 acres Said land adjoins the lands of J W Perkins James Coulter Geo Keeling Said first be offered for sale in the following parcels Tract No1 is bounded as follows Beginning at a beech tree at corner to NorthIw headuof the branch thence a straight line to Reeds line passing a walnut tree con lessfcorner continuing North a straight line to corner to Keeling and Perkins Westwardly with Keelings ling thenceI branch along the pike thence Westwardly down the brrfnch to corner to Reeds 19J acre tract thence lEast = wardly with line of Reeds 19J acre tract to the beginning containing about 25 acres more or less Tract No3 Beginning at corner to Kelling and Perkins thence Eastwardly with Perkins line to corner to and Perkins thence Southwardly with Stallings line to a branch corner to TractNo as above laid out thence Westwardly with line of Tract NoL 1 to of Reeds 193 acre tract thence toIing about acres more or less Land will then be offered as a Whole and the highest and best bid will be purchasersststsaid land on the execution of the ptir chase money bends esIn offering tracts No2 and No 3 fo e1Ct wide to the Turnpike over tracts INo and No3 from and for the benefit o tract Nd L For the purchase price the purchaser securityTing legal interest from date of sate un til paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will bcj pre dieske M C W Q C a A Bad WreJkj Pueblo ColMarchI6A wreck ac onlylythe same railroad resulting from a headon collision of two passenger trains on the Denver and Rio Grande railrpad four miles east of Florence Colearly this morning It isestima- ed that between twenty and thirtyfive were killed many being burned to deathand more than thirty others in jured Later reports say thirtyfive is a conservative estimate To Cure a felon says Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg Kan jtstcover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do urnsBollsglandsSore t C J Haydons drug store Guaranteed Stole Copper Clarencsa boy was before chargse p was days hard labor Wright it is alleged stole a lot of copper from the Mattingly d Moore distillery Glasgow Fair Association is PrePar- ing for the annual exhibit Newspaper men of the Ninth District t will meet in Maysville to form a per manent organization Homes Wanted t Kentucky Childrens lonie So ci has sixty boys and girl beWeen fhc of three and nine forjwhom desire good Christie homes children are unusually right and nofawej send them t The winter months have gi reujus an en tmous amount of work to do We arreceiving more chIldrennofm a mouth then we a year and as a rule the children ire much brighter and much better loo king and mu h easier controlled than children wej formerly handled Will you not show your n terest in tilt4 great ork for human tYy rfving a to one of these lit le Unkssou have a first clasd home in Torhlandnot apply as we will under m circum tarcesPlace achild in a home nless can very best advan g s asmucheas he said Suffer little ch fdrri to notIfd would like to takea child please ad dr oinelSoc Borries Avenue Louisville Ky Yours very respect ully George Lehen SfcteSupt su scribe for The Sun 100 year Do Not Neglect a Cold Every cold Weakens thin Lungs lowers the Vitality and make the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus the way for more serious diseases Ipaving TO TAKE SUCH CHANGES PERMANENTJSY CURES Consumption Coughs Colds Soro Thro t CoughBronchitlsEVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HO11E4 HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOES NO CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH MRi 9ALL1K LOCKBAR OOldtwate Tex sayst Whave teed Ballard Horehound yrnp la my family for e veral yean and It always civet atUfaotlon When the children had Croup and Whooping Cough italwayi relieved them at once and 1 would not be without U in the house as His the BET MEDICINE we know of Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed THREE miZCt 29c SOo and 91OO BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Springfield Ky CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE 1 TELEGRAPH GO iNCORrORATBp Sadistance lines arid telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost Southernfand Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronag Rates reason i able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed i i fa1resident i Ir H aR 4 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 19di ll I t SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday Match 21 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR 0 In Advance J ROGERS COKE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the ifs as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear s10u- J1tx Months 50 Tbree Months 251 nwriting to have your address changed always give the jxwtofllce to which your paper wieh go youItANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON r of Nelson county as a candidate for Congress in thp Fourth Congressional district subject to the action of the democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906jCIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party THE DOCTOR A great calling a Godly call ing is that oi the phslcianthe doctor ofmedicine A conscien tious dpQtor is a heroan undis everyGman who has sense enough to recognize true heroism Think about him being called forth from the folds of a big warm feather bed at midnight when it is bit ter cold when the northwinds are whirling millions ofsnow flakes int 5 a blinding fury when the idles tinkletinkle on the chin whiskers and theres a lump of frozen nosewater clinging to the mustache thinkof him being phoned to dome posthaste to see bill smith a twoforanickel sonofagun residing ten miles from town at the end of Stumpy Lane Such calls are received ev j ery week And it happens often that upon the arrival of the good doctor h e finds bill asutferin with colic caused from partaking of too many cold turnips and taters at the evening meal Instead of giving him a dose of aragoric which is reallpall he needs any one ofus ordinary fellows would want to get a cluband kill him But the doctor ministers to him then gets out into the cold again on the journey home knowing full well that bill smith I willnever pay him one cent for the nights work Indeed doc tors are the most charitable fel lows in the world Youve heard of preachers who failed to fill th appintment at Horn Hollow on account ofthe rain havent you If you nester did Just pickup a copy of The Sun some time dur ing a wet season and you ca heal of it but you never ofa doctor letting a little thin like a rainstorm a bUzzard or a cyclone keeping him away from the sickroom The only thing i v that can be said against a good doctor is that he saves the lives of too many scalawags Breckenridge Democrat says Judge Moormans industry in look ing toward better roads ought to give him a sand papered highway beneath a rubber tire on which to ride into a bigger office whenever his time expires as judge Judge Moorman will ride into a bigger office some day He i made of the stuff that is neede to fill big places and some o these days he will go to congress from the Fourth district Judge Moorman has the interest of the thePsort of a man the people like to vote for r1 John Rockefeller is a lost Man SPONTANEOUS WHOOPEE INC R is now practically settled that Hon Ben Johnson of Bards town will have no opposition for Congress It is not often that a new aspirant for honors of this natu e is given a clear track it happ 2ns oftener that the field is crow led from the brook to the tenets For a longtime the peoE pie not only of the Fourth district but ot the whole State of Kent cky have recognized Mr Johiion sone of the States ablest menas a hard untiring fighter as a man tig enough and great enough to fill any po sitio to which the people cool elect him with ho or and whe he a short time ago signi fleda willingness to enter the race for Congress there was a sort of spontaneous whoopee ing over the district for Johnson Mr Johnson will make an ideal Con ressman a business Con gress man one that will be a cred t to the district and to th- eStar BIRDTAIL HATS We are glad indeed to note intone of the leading fashion sheets tha flowers and not feathers are to be conspicuous on spring millinery the coming season Plu age is pretty so long as it is it th tailola bird but when it becomes Man attraction for alt yuinuu s ha its about the udlic est hing a man ever saw Honj est sister do you believe that God Almighty8 is pleased when his inrdare slaughtered alone for thei plumage Certainly you jhave too much gumption to be Jievt anything of the sort Birds Wens given to the world to beau tify hings to warble for us to- go into the soul of man witha song and pin a star to the shadows not to be slaughtered for their feathers This isone of the sins of Style whichought to be corrected But of course twould be I ard to correct for when a wort an thinks her generalap pea ince is at stake she stands readp to go to the ends of the earth to right matters Let it be ann unced from New Yorkstyle cent rs that dog tails will be worn the coming season on even ing bonndts and every dog in the ountry would have to say gocdbye tail Wi ire always ready to defend our omen folk God bless em The are a long ways better than man even if they do wear bred tails on their hats We can hardly believe it is altogether their fault anyhow that they dyke out in thse feathery hats The fault lies largely at the door of the fool nan who tells em they look rea cute beneath birdtail hats to That HoI rCoiningVeek be pulled off in Louisville next June will be t thing that ever swooped down isea gre t town glower g apd loriousand shell finda way o make the returned wan ders say Hec hec sheshec itnendfogr an QQQQciQ QQQQQQ IjTh Daily Herald AND The Sun sONE YEAR 2 00 Qg egegebe egebegeoeQgt PRATHERS CREEK J Mr Dick Graves of Jenkinsville MayesVMrs Will Kimberlin of this place spent last week with her parents Dirk and Mrs Blake Arnold of near Mack ville Miss Lettie Russell of Stewart has been visiting her uncle G H Christer for the last two week Mr Zim Kimberlin sold a fouryear old bay mare tb W P Hatchett ofi Mackville for 100 He bought one threeyearold from Will Kimberlin fori 125 Mr RT Best sold his farm on cl1epCreek to GRand J P BestIMr Charles H rmonof the Deep Creek neighborhood and Miss Maggie Skeans of this place were married at the heme of Rev R L Purdom of Texas on the 8th Mr Harmon is a prosperous farmer of that section while his bride is one of the commun itys best liked women The corres pondent sends greetings to the newly married conple wishing them a long and hoppylife Our neighbor Mr J H Mayes caught a ground hog the other dayi We dont know whether is was of the kind that makes weather or not The condition of the roads are very disagrable since the recent hard rains and theY are almost past traveling over especially is itjtrueof dirt roads on lorland not be any farm work section for nearly three Your correspondent was at a certain store not long agotand there witnessed a htt e thing which fully convinced him of the truthfulness of the oldsaying that one half of the world doesnt know how the other half lives A lit bpy came in and asked for some coal Oil fpr which he gave the grocer two eggs There is no excuse for any totgetThere is plenty of work in the country and farmers are glad to employ men who will bo an holiest days work TExas We have had some rather severe andI gloomy weather lately and the farmers of this community are not doing much Mr John Peterson who has been in Louisville selecting his new spring goods has returned home Mr M L Ransdell and family of Harrodsburg have been visiting Mrs Ransdells father Rev J W CamP- bell of this place Robert Kimberlin the Httto son ofI Charlie Kimberlin who has been quite sick with pneumonia we are glad to report is improving Born to the wife of Charles Driigan a girl Miss Hattie Arnold who is attending school at Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with her par nth at this place Mrs Hubert Claybrooke and little daughter Jennie of Scotsboro Ala are visiting the family of Mr J R Claybrooke The many friends of Mr F M Campbell greatly lament his death andI extend their condolence to the bereaved family Miss Ollie Shewmaker of Mackville visited Miss Alice Cocanougher Saturday and Sunday Little Mayree Campbell who has been quite sick with croup jis much better nowI Owing to the funeral of Mr F 1t Campbell Sunday there were no servi held at ethleham church Mr John Peterson and wife a few days with the lattersrriother In Nelson county last week Mrs A Y Hatchett and Frank Hardin spent Saturday and Sunday with friends at Tatham MT ZION J We are very sorry to report Mrs Mary Grigsby very illat this writting Mr Jake Holt sold his crop of to bacco in Springfield last week Messrs George Wilson and Hill rein Louisville this week on business Mrs Irene Williams and son Master withowson o Bloomfield Mr Vallis Pinkston visited the family of Mr John Carey Sunday Several from here attended the Brown Family show at Mooresville Wednesday and Thursday Mr and Mrs Hood and little daughter Lillie returned last Wednesday from a visit to Mrs Hoots mother Mrs Viz of Mt Washington Mr C M Williams wife and bab and Mrs Bailey Pinkstori were the guests oi MrJ R Williams Sunday The Woman fS MissionarySQciety will meet at the home of Mrs Mattie Bayne Thursday Mrs Liza Mitchell of Litsey visited relatives here the first of the wee Miss Fee Cokendolpher begun te ch ing music at the home of MrsE ma Neale last Saturday Hancock county people are of the opinion that there is more mineral wealth in their county than in any other in the State L T T i iIIrr9Now Oft Display The Big Store thW lirte is made especially for us by one of the best Manufacturers of Ladles Ready I r toWear garments in this Country Each Garment has STYLE FIT and FINISH Which will mostPopularImade up for you to your special measure i iIwe also wish to call your attention to our New Stock of WOOLEN DRESS GOODS WhiteGoods Linens Embroideries Laces Organdies Batistes Lawns Ginghams PercaIesEtc New and Large Stock of Wall Paper Carpets Mattings Lino leums rgS Window Shades and ace Curtains v I SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY OP SPRING STYLES IH SHOES THIS WEEK ROBERTSON BROS 3ILWiLLISBURG j1We have had a verY pleasant winter but Ill tell you old Search is marching us along IjThe tobacco men ar all rejoicing over having a good season to bulk and prize their tobacco qnd get it ready for ship ping The rn pike roads of this end Of the county vere let out I y J J Sharpe the assi tant of road upervisors The roads were div ded fn sections and bids were received on au c dept two W T Wells boughof Colic Hardin one mare for 125 John F Reynolds Id to Fred Cheat a ham one work horse for 60 Lews Dawson one mare for 175 Thos W Reed sold to WoodHatchet a lot of stock cattle mfafterain Louisville The many friends of Mr F M Cam bell regret to hear of his death The coI1munit extends condolence to the rJlatterrparentsOscar Shirley ofnear Tatham Springs visited relatives in Springfiel a few days last week Charlie Mcllvoy and wife have move near Fenwicks tAllen Ransdale and familyof Mercer county have moved ti this place Mason Jones and family of near this place have moved to Lincoln county J W Perkins and lamily of near Pleasant Run have moved in the house with Merritt Foster John F Reynolds was in Danville last Monday on business I Births to the wife of W T Wells a girl to the wife of L W Jenkins a girl Jordon Butler of Graves county sold whisky under the name of Ino I and was found guilty in court and paid a fine of 20 t THIS IS SUNSHINE z DAYi thrpughoui the n ireSUnited Slates f- M Free 1a Von t failPACKAGE1obe OF among the esnumbof those 111NTSHES JANDOF who visit oreaour store THEandYELA WOIRST 25 LADIES Coupon 1 VISITING OUR ST JRE jrrEVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE u 1SET OF SUNSHINE SUNSHINE FURNITREI ra in urAND jMAKE IT MORE CHEERFULf AND ATTRACTIVE I for a c C J HAYDON THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1906 a r Hugis 1nd tSurreYStiWe have decided to carry 4complete line of tlt above Vehicles We have bought larigely and at prices which wee honestly believewilteJaht us to offer you some bargains If you are contemplating buying a buggy a surrey or J runabout call upon us before you makejhe pu bfrycIon Barbers = c i Springfield Auction of Horses We will Sell one Car Load of Y ung Western Horses and Mares One at a time to Highest Bidder at Springfield Ky on r Monday March 26 h 1906 Sale will be at L N Stocli Yards This Stock is Saddle and Driving bred arc light boned young and shapey ages from 2 to 5 years Salewill commence promptly at 1030 A M regardless of weather All D alers and Specula tors should attend as we will sell reserve Horses withoutJimiorcan be seen at L N Stock sale KING OSa M f Local News Notes fmh salted peanutsJohnson McCabe Bi your tobacco cotton now Only few hundred yards left bought be for the great advance P J Thomas 3 vxl potatoes at Johnson McCabes Iey air milk bread Johnson McCabe JChS Regal Worthmore Pants are heh st made for cheap money Teji pereent reduction on Monday County fJolirfc day P J Thomas Axsdale hominy atjJohnson McCabes Just received new and fresh line of uicef oandy T Irvin Mc lroyJ STOCKMAN When you want stock bills printed call atThd Sun office and get our prices Onion sets at Johnson MqCabes Uncle Joe Ellery ah aged and re- Spected colored man died at his home pear town last Saturday Drop in and let me show and make you prices on garden seed seed pota toes and onion sets etc P J Thomas Seed potatoes and garden seed of allI kinds in bulk and packages at T Irvin McElroy s Special bargains in music at Rus Bells during the next few days Music from 5 cents UD Special prices on mackeral and whitefish at Johnson McCabes WANTED10000 feet oak lumber Framing Sheeting and Boxing Wil- stake log run if cut by bill W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky WantedHams bacon and shoulders Johnson McCabe For ten days we will sell a regular 18 cent coffee at 15 cents Johnson McCabe EGGS EGG EGQstA C Kimbal has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymoth Rockand Single Comb Brown Leghorns egg s from purebred stock at 75 cents fo 15 v ipd 21 Nice fresh ca dies lways on hand Johnson M Cabei Seven iakes of ar soap for 250I sevencakofj SurjjiyMonday soap for 25c seven alsof Labor Saving soapi for 25c for ten days only T Irvin McElroy Garden and ower seeds ot all prices Johnson McCabe Representative H Smith intro duced ai bill proprating 2700 to re imburse the Christian church of Camp bellsville KyL for damage done by Federal Soldiers during the Csvil War Try jPawnerolled oatsat Johnson McCabes The moving picture show at the courthouse on last Friday evening asc largely attended When in nee of a lunch try our veal loaf Hambe g r steak lunch tongue chicken tamale etc Johnson McCabe Mr Evan I ogers recently Tecieved an order from Chicago parties for fou canes which q has about ompletedI The canes ar beauties and are worth the pnc he receives for them 600 Mr R sera does the most o ordinaryifp ri Loose rolled isatJohnson McCabes IrishOratetPhiladelphia Pi will deliver two tem per nce lectu 23 in Springfield next Wednesday =or e in the afternoon at 130 and the flier in the evening at 730 Mr Fan ing is said to be one of the ablest foul erance advocates on the platform ands an orator of unque- tioned eloquen e I I I Mrs Willliamst 1 1 1 1 1 OFFERS SPRING STOLES I JlUudenvare and Skirts These goods hive been carc fully selected and are the newest and best things on the i market I ask yo inspection before pu chasing Ii T Watch our window Something new everyday Johnson McCabe U G Scrogham of Washington fcounty has purchased of Hugh Van arsdaI an improved property on East street this city for 1100 Mr Scrog ham and family will move in next weekaHe expects to engage in this city Sale made by W T Ewing Real Estate Agency = Harrodslurg Herald Heinz sweet and sour pickles in bulk at Johnson RIcCabes The following sales of farms were recently made by W T Ewing Real Estate Agency Harndsburgy Ky For Robert orsythe to A F Leenard 310 acres at 60 for A F Leonard to Robert Forsythe 165 acres at 35 for Nancy Lucas to J G and Robert Pul liam 63 acres for 4500a for Petty Bros of Grant county 150 acres for 3000 countfJTennRELICS WANTED The Commitee on Relics for Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13th to 17th inclusive desires that all counties in the State ofv Kentucky make a display of their relics on tie balcony of the new Armory dur ing above named period and you are urgently requested to send to this exhibition what you can in the way of relics of families and persons of the earlier days of Kentucky Relics will be given all possible care while in possession of the Home Coming Week Commitee and will be carefully boxed and returned to owners with freight or express charges paid each way by the Commitee Take relics to First Nati nal or Peoples Bank ORGANIZED The Retail Merchants Association which was recently organ in Springfield held a meeting herje last Friday afternoon adopting byrI laws and attends g to other matters looking to a permanent Organization Another meeting of the organization will be held March 30 The perfecting of this organization is largely due to efforts of Mr M H Jones He saw where an organization of this nature would be a great benefit to the mer chants of the county as welj as to the people in general and he at once went to work to bring about the organization r Mr Jones is a hustlera thorough business man and there isi not a man in Washington county who is doing more for the farmer than he Nearly twentyfive years ago says the Shelbyville Record a man by the name of John Cusick was a turnpike contractor in the neighborhood of Finchvillcv Being free with his money but wishing to put awaUa nest egg he on one occasion gave 100 to Hon J C Bcckham for safe keepingi Shortly afterward he was selling liquor without license and sooner than be arrested and tried on askingrmoney that day until this nothing has been heard of Cusick although Mr Beck lieufwere a county bond of that denomination and the nterest has deen accruing ever since The bond has been called in and cancelled arid the amount paid for it with the accrued interest is more tha 200 Mr Beckham would be glad to hear of Cusick or his heirs LITTLE BEACH lofthesalesG W Robinson and sohof Kirk landwere in our midst last week b business Aunt Lucy Canary has been very at the home oJL R C Canary but lis better at this writing Fletcher Hillard is building a new room to his house Born to the wife of Jim Yatle on the 8thati eight pound daughter Mrs Bettie Coffee left Saturday to join her husband in Louisville John Dames and wife visited Sa Brady and family last Thursday W T Phillips was in Springfield one day last week on business The many friends of Mr F M Campbellwere grieved to learn of hig death But few people Were as popu Jar as he The c uney has lost a noble citizen and the people a sympathetic friend subscribe for Tlie Sun 100 year DOoqoOQOO OOOO Personal Nptesi o Visitors In and Out of TbwnA- RoundUpoftheWeeks G PersonalNews o 000000000000I Mrs Colic Porter of Ijwas here last weekt HaganwereMrJ J McCabe vii in Louis vine last week Mrs M L Searcy was in Lotlis ville the first of the week Mr J J McCabe aoMrs Mc In tire were called to Winchester this week on account ot sickness = Mr George E Medley went to Owerisboro Monday Mr W C McChord is tin Greens burg this week Mr H M 0NantJ- of Louis spent Sunday with his parents Miss Florence Edelen was in Louisville this week visitingfriends Miss Lydia McElroy and Mr Henry Lee left Tuesday for a three weeks stay in Indian Terrtoriy 4friendsMrs J C Shader and Miss Mar garet Shades were in Louisville Monday Messrs Will Lcachman and Scott McCabe were in Louisville Tuesday Mr Stith Thompson spent Sunday t Maud =Mr Will Wharton of L uisville is visiting his parents at this place Mr M H Jones was jir Bardstown Monday on business Messrs C A Thompson and J J McCabe were in Louisville several days last week Mr Gilbert Cr rp nterrttcnded court at Danville Mo Mr Charlie Roberts of Louisville visiting his parents here Miss May Cambron of this place was called to Fred ri ktownb the illness of her father t Mr J A Boulware was in Louis vine lastjweek canedICol P R Bright who has been vis itjng in Brownsville Tenn has returned home Mr R H Edelenand son Joseph spent several days with friends here last week Mr J S Yankey was in Lexingto- last week Mr J F Pettuswas in Louisville llast week on business Mr B D Lake spent Thursday andFriday in Louisville last week anonnspent Friday in Springfield Miss Allethaire Medley spent the first of the week with friends in Louis ville Messrs Bob Biondiand Logan fungifr Nancy Simms is in Louisville where she is being treated for ear trouble 11rr JV S Clements is visiting his mother Mrs E S Clements of 1this Margaret and Leachman have returned home after a visit to friends and relatives in Louis yille Mr and Mrs James Carothers of Bardstown attended the funeral of Mr F M Campbell r1Mr H P McChord of West Point spent Sunday with his family at this place Hon W D Claybrooke was at home from Frankfort several days this week Mr H M Grundv and Miss Mary Lee Simms returned home Sunday night from Cincinnati 0 where they have been buying spring goods I tirrr One Pair of Eye 1 iTo a life time and still you neglect and abuse the- mYour Eyes May Need Attention Need it badly Why dont you give it to them You put it oft runEvery Health and Eye Sight We provide glasses to meet every defect of vision nd I our charges are moderate t I brToticOurt W C GRIGSBY the Optician will make his regu ar t I gfildI wGRIGSBYIBARDSTOWN KENTUGK 6 11 It IMr Alfred Duhoney of as ethe 15th on business Mrs Ed Dragoo who has be the point of death at her home at place of consumption is no better Mr David It Litscy left for Roanoke Va Where he has cepted a goodposition rMr John T Craycroft of I1L is here to visit his daughters Will McElroy and Mrs G C ton We are informed that Mr croft contemplates returning to yearT field to reside t Letter List List of letters remaining in the Springfield Post Qffice for ending March 21 1906 Mrs John Baker Miss Clara Dains Benter Lancaster T G gett Mrs Rolinda Tatum Mrs ence Teynick Will Thompsonr ert Woolridge and Ben Wooden W A WATERS Subscribe for The Sun 100 tfMe Caused the Wre k unfordville Ky March 1 Si F Lively operator at Swallow s Col delivertrai dutYforthey disastrous wreck on the Denver ofMathis city rgife CfI lA YDoNli Z 0 lUNDETAKEftS SPRINGFIELD KENTUC KY 0our very attention w ll be Q given and every courtesj shown iaOOoononnn I tlnWhy not stop by Su goloDland Take Some SEEDS WItH YOU Northern White Oats Red Clover Re Top Blue Gras Timothy A NEW BUGGYI We are better prepared this season than ever before to sho v something nice in the buggy +something that will suit y u in price and workmanship Be ore yoU buy call and exam our vehicles Whenever we can induce a prospectious buy r htodo this we nearlylalways make a safe L jg PLOWS We are county agents for the Cha tanooga Plowthe best on earth Our sales on this plow litre e with us every seaso Ask those who use them will advise you to buy t G D1 ROBERTSON CO ti Jir IJ THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 2f 1906IThe Fate of the SerpentDaySto ry By JOHN FITZGERALD- CopurfOht l3oS bit Chariot N Lurie T will be admitted that a man Iwho Is to play the part of a serpent might select a better day than March 17 for such a per formance In the case of Harvey Mil ler however the decision was not made in advance but the of the moment ClrcumshmcesLbe would claim and not deliberate choice put him Into the role of tempter of ills frlemC He was an Englishman in a national guard regiment whose roster shows a clear majority of good old Irish names regimentParadedeast wind which for penetrating chill was unmatched In the memory of any eo dler or civilian In the procession After the parade and the resumption of his ordinary attire Miller came out upon the steps of the armory and time first gust that struck him made his teeth chatter Immediately he was aware of a shivering childish voice wklch said A note for you lieutenant It came to the house after youd left boynamed thevasguardsman boarded t nrer 1ooklue note from the boys land ordered him to report to his soother and dIsmissed hIm with fiat tering formality Then as he walked along the street the lieutenant opened and read the communication which disclosed to him the fact that ho would sot have the pleasure of escorting Miss Florence Lantry to the masked ball to be given that evening The young lady who had been visiting her cousin sudIdenlyFor certain reasons the reading of ibis note set up such a confusion of thought in Millers brain that he forgot to continue walking but the extraordi nary chill of the afternoon struck to bis vitals as soon as tie stopped At openedopportunei the ornate cafe of a hotel The warmth of the place affected him w lth a childish sense of gratitude The anqpry had been as cold as a barnal most unendurable in fact after five dnyiHlieutenantsuniformvitals still quivered with the chill A temptation to have something to drink assailed him and he moved toward the bar but turned aside and stood irres olute In a corner r 7resently he was aware of voices Just outside the window by which he was standing Half a dozen members of his regiment had halted there and one was saying Come along Larry One drink on daylike this cant hurt a fellow Miller was alert In a moment Pre viously more than half his mind bad been concerned with the note from J1aJI1e J DoNOVAN wAS MABCHED INTO TUB CAFE QUICHrkiss U fraction of his attention had been given to his surroundings Now he was recalled to complete self consciousness hnd active practical thinking His fake flushed He thrust the note Into a pocket of Ills overcoat and walked to the door Come In boys he snldiHeres where we all save our lives after that march today Larry youre the color of a drowned corpse You ought to see yourself in a looking glass He took a step or two forward and laid a hand on Larry Dono Vans arm Some one else Immediately seized the pother arm and Donovan was marched into the cafe at double qujck Nothing strong for me declared Donovan Ive been on the water wagon for a year and Im going to stay there I know when Im safe One pf the men on the otter side of the table looked across at Miller with a shalte of Ills head He Was aware M Miller was also that Donovan had- aotallgays k owu when he was safe but oii the coArrarj had put himself into very grave peril That warning glan enbluT seal Miller who had been upon the point of ordering something hot and strong for all hands with out regard to Donovans refusal While he hesitated some one else stepped in to the breach mm grove the order What time are yon going to show up at the dance tonight asked one of the nien Donovan turneil to Miller What hour diil you mention to our coachman j he inquired with mock IArent s running this evening inquired some one Not for us responded Donovan If 1 should got intd a trolley car ti the costume rmigoing to wear tonight Id be mistaken or the owner of the whole street raiiro outfit Whats tlic costume A suit of ed tights two horns and a tail ansv med Larry No sir I dont want to n ake the conductor nervous Miller and I he added in a more serious tone are going to escort Miss Mahau and per cousin from out of town Miss Li utry Did you see about the carriage Harvey Miner nodded while two or three of the other men secretly exchanged glances It was more than suspected among their inmates that both Miller and Donovan were seriously smitten With sweet Kitty Mahau and that Mil ler had been the less successful rival for her gracious notice There had been gossip that he had not taken his de fetlt with a good grace and as he had the heavy tenacity of purpose characteristic of imiuymeii of English blood It was regarded as surprising that he should be found playing the part of sere ce friend md escort to the- eotmhy cousili Now the truth Is that this was more surprising to Miller than it could pos slbly be to anybody else His pride gnawedhis vitals Whenever he realized the position into which hq had been drifting during the last few months and especially since Miss Lantry had come to the city He cared nothing at all for that estimable young lady Her presence gave him nn opportunity for more of Kitty Mahan particularly for seeing her Iud Laurence Don ovan together for spying upon them in order to discover win her there existed between them anything that could be called an understanding This observa tion had fllled his hart with bitter ness for Jt had revealed to him the very many ways In which Donovan excelled him as If cavalier and yet it had satisfied him that Kitty was still heart free so tar as she her et knew It Donovan could be removed from the scene for a white if he should suffer some reverse In this sentimental battle If he should cease to bo so amusing to Kitty with his songs and stories and unfailing HghtlUearjLed ess there might be a e Miller Im told that Flon nce has a stun ping costume said E onovan aside to Miller I suppose she wouldnt tell you what It was No he replied but we shall soon see Heres her heal with all my heart She is a very c arming girl He touched his glass to Larrys and the trick was done Larry had not quite the strength to decline the toast and so he raised the g ass to his lips Five minutes later every glass was empty aji l others were on the way When Miller was upon the street again it was half ipastjS oclock He had been In the le s than an hour and had not drunk very much and yet the clock on the railroad station opposite seemed to have acquired three or four extra faces which lurched and gyrated and Iu lied into one another so mystically that it was amazingly difficult to tell the time He realized his condition andklletlmt all the other men were as bad except Larry worspMiller that two of the most reckless of the men had attached themselves to Larry and Unit they were leading him In a direc tion which would never bring him to his home or to the Irish societies masked ball unless Coil limed nil the way around the world Considering what Larrys tendencies iad been for a couple of years before e became an abstainer there was no rt ason to doubt the issue One of two tilings must hap penKitty Mahau woul not see him at nil that evening or she would see him at his very worst With Larry out of the vay he could present himself at Kitty yahans house In the handsome costume which he hind provided for this festal occasion He would be informed that Miss Lantry had gone and he would exhibit sur prise an appropriate synipathy too because of the bud neWs about her mother Her note to hlih must have been mislaid at the boarding house And what has bs otni ol Larry Not here How surprising Ee was not at his home It was natural to suppqsp that lie had gone on to the Mahans alone Let us wait for him Half an hours waiting perhaps and no sign of Larry Miss Mnlmn Is offended Mr Miller escorts her to the ball he makes himself extremely agreeable he oblit erates the memory df Larry from the young Indys mind tis the beginning of victory 1 Thus he forecast the evenings events They would innke la sensation and exalt him in theestlm ton of his friends who now believed mm beaten lq the game of love Would he be blamed for Donovansdbwnfall In case his comrade shopld really go on a pro tracted spree and seriol sly Injure his prospects Perhaps by a few but he would manage to crawl out of It sonic how The word gave him a omentnry sensation of being a crawling creature tplrlCitdrov was con 1 t however which demanded attention It wasl t tie matter of finances lIe had spent ni extravagant sum on Jils cos tunic and had not reserved enough to carry him through the holiday with perfect security Donovan who was to nflIhutt was to learn how touch he had spent in the barroom He was aware however that this Is the common penalty of such foolishness anti ho wasted no time Inl regret Instead he acted upon a gen uine Inspiration and cjiUodup on the telephone certain friend of his whom he knew to be well supplied with ready cash The response was cordial Be ab my house between oclock nut half past said this obliging gen lRg J HE HAILED THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE tleuian and Ill let you 1aveus much as you want So that was all settled and Miller went home with a light heart and a lighter head Upon the stairway he met his youthful admirer Mike said he silting down with out Intending to do so can you teSi time by a clock Sure responded the boy Im fooling a little under the weather and Im going to turn in Under standrThat means go to bed said Mike The lieutenant struggled to his feet Xnock on my door at half past 5 said he Dont you dare to forget it Thats orders lie went on to his room put on about hulrof his masquerading costume and then dropped upon the bed asleep be fore he had fairly struck it Faithful to his orders little Mike Healy rapped upon the lieutenants door at precisely half past Miller sprang up dazed groped for Ills watch and after a glance at it dismissed the boy with thanks Five minutes later he was upon the street shivering and confused and presenting a figure suffi ciently grotesque in his courtiers cos tunic of two centuries ago under an overcoat of todays pattern An empty cab was passing and Mil ler was reminded tlmt be had given no notification to the cabby whom he hind engaged that he had made a change In the hour of his departure He hailed the driver of the chance vehicle gave him the address of the kind friend who was to lend tit money and climbed aboard He sank shivering Into a cor ner and tried to make plates for the evening The ride seemed very long and the passengers wits were gradually re stored Suddenly he put up his hand to his forehead and became rigid from top to tae- What was the matter with the street It should have been thronged at this hour but on the contrary was almost deserted Moreover by some strange miracle Jt was growing lighter The gas lamps were pale ApeculIQglIal ity was perceptible In the chili and murkyalr A shiver that was not of cold passed over Millers body lie thrust his head out Of the window and shouted to the driver hoarsely What time is it Cabby pulled up his horse and looked around sleepily About 0 o the mornln said he Theres a clock forninst ye MorningThere a long silence The cab wan gathered up his reins and urged his tired horse forward Hold on called Miller Drive back back where you took me from Mike Healy was upon the steps of the boarding house as Miller scowling anti muttering crossed the sidewalk iI was afraid Id make a mistake said the boy proudly Guess I laid awake pretty near all night Miller pushed by him roughly and entered the house ills temper was not improved even by a good breakfast and he was the sourest rascal In town when he arrived at his place of employment nt halt pastS One of the first persons upon whom his eyes rest ed eras his fellow employee Larry Don ovanwho seemed to be In even better spirits than usual Pity about Miss Lantry ho said sympathetically But why didnt you come along anyhow We had tlie time of our lives Narrow escape for me though Jf I hadnt got away from that blasted bnrroom just as I did However Its all right now Never againnot a drop Ive given my solemn word to Kitty Mnhan and you know what a pledge like tta twill mean toe DrWTrusty Practical DentistSPRINbFIELD KENTUCKY t j Dental vorkat reasonable prices All work guaranteed Ofllco over Hay t1Jm Harbor Dr JM Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain GROWN WORK SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Oflico in IIiiKou Block up stairs 3BInsuranceAgent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual reliable and the lest dividendpa lug company in the world YouriUHurauco solicited DRJ II LAMPTON DR1 0 MIJDD LAMPTON AIUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE o J nAYDOS8 STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2p MI DrJ H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS j NURSEA TELEPHONES Day 9 Night 109 r T SCOTT MAYE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wnshltigton8nand Federal Courts McCIIORDiATTY ATLAWiSpringfield Ky Will practice Ju all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLA Springfield Ky Will i rncUceln the courts of Washington and adjoining countiosRlulin tho courts of Ap peals WE SELECA1AN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in thus courts of Washington and n and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courtsof Washington and adjoining untiesalld in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty lo anywhere Terms reasonable Phone 84 oo USE caststaocaoaooeoooooARKS cl t CINCINNATI 1 BootsShoesRubbersCost I Salesman E c noooJoo A aAr i CLUBBING RATES WITII LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun antT The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun iui the daily Courier- Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 30 The Sun and the Sunday CourierJournal one year 280 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 1 WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS QIRECTO Y none when you Want tohaveapobioTworif have it dohp at home If you go away from to buy or If you go away have work done Mine tUncs out of ten you hurt hEme worse than you do he homo nteitattfe or the homo inwhantr At house the merchant 08 and will not misrepreeetfc his good to you ho has known you for yonrs he is your frie id he dooent want t cheat yon hg doeWRIt your money for nothing If you bare ever 1x right anything from a mail hoar s doubtless you can roinoiulwr of having received KIT Tent treatment Their prop IU na Ioct nice in print but dont como up Pay your men y out nt home and it may boniateck again but send it to ono of the big mall order hornet and It will hap 2l cent cleats Jtirepm tinfollowingbusinessosable men Whoa you want to make n purchase loflk over this list and select yours r Yr will bo tickled when you compare your purchase mi that of the man who bought iom th bigmailordor houeo FIts HAYDON BARBER ROBERTSON BRO Dealers In Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc ry Goods Clothing Shoe Etc t HAGAN BROTHERS C W Hagan Dealers In j Dealer In j Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc Grt eries Vegetables Ice B ern Etc George B Taylor W E Leachmah General Repair Shop Umbrella Dealer In Recovering a Specialty Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments T Irvine McElroy James J Graves Dealer In Watchmaker and Jeweler R pairing Fancy Groceries and Produce Done on Short Notice Conrad HertleintGrundy Claybrooke M Intirer r Baker and Confectioner The Best Dealers In t 1IJ Meals Served Dry sods Clothing Boots anc Shoes r Red Cross Drug Store iMcElroy Shultz tDrugs Stationary and Toilet Articles aDenlorS Ip Prescriptions A Specialty Hardware Tinware Stoves C J Haydon Ed M Russelli j Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Jeweler Fine line Watches Dlocksv Varnish Toilet Articles Silverware Etc r Land N Railroad time Table IF Incoming Trains Suny only No9 Daily No 43 t No Daily 4L Arrives at 825 p 1240 pm 705P IIi Arrives at Bardstown 735 1100 a m 552 Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 650 930u 502u ILeaver Louisville 600 730u Outgoing Trains DailyNo onlyNo 11 Springfield 410i DailyNo l ILeaves Springfield 525 a 715 m 120 p m Leaves Bardstown 17uIr 800u 220 r Leaves Bardstown Junctn 703u 845u 410 p 4 Arrives at Louisville 755u 9 5u 545 p mI t No 2 Foldi- ngBrownie Price L 5001tJ J n 1 r A wonderfully capable and accurate camera built on the Kodak plan C ocd enough to satisfy experienced photographers yet so simple that children can use it PICIJ ES2x3ri11c es Loads ln film Cartridges i Fitted with meniscus lens and shutter with iris diaphragm stops Full dpscriptfan in Kodak Catalog FREE t rat any photographic dealers of by mail l EASTMAN KODAK co Rochester N Y THE SUN and Pa11YI1e1d ffrt ITilE SPRINQF1ELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 21 1906 11110 i I Stonewall Stock Fan i IJSHELBY prop I BREEDER OF ItrnSrY SWIlSE KY R fD N0I- IlSpIiINGFIEL i Trr Ol Farm 3 12 Mites out on Bloomfield Pike II JOG SEASON 19O IITo HORSEMEN AND BREEDERS hand you my card for this seasonwith thanes I for past favors and hope by the merit of my sto k for a continuance of same I this pla ce 4 j n1rFLOATERStandard under rule 6 and also among the best ui an individual FLOATER is a handsome bay wi th black points very stylish 16 hands high and h is the Hambretpnian Appearance with a mark of 219F ft1i a sure foal getter as his last years percentage Win show Fast road horses are selling high now 4 FLOATER I 8315 1SiredbIOrida 482 who has 14 on the list he by 10 DamMary by Star Almont 6673 Full JEFirst to Hamlins Almont Allie Gaines and Fi sldr all producers he by Almont 33 Imont Dam By Idol 177 son of Mimbiino IChief 11 Dam By asn of the great thorbu jh IThird Archy IFourth DamA thoroughbred mare Volunteer Maid the dam of Florida is by Volunteer 55 son 1 of Hambletonian 10 Through Floaters traces back directly to Justin Morgan the I of the great Morgan family darrtjhc I 12 to Insure a living I r COMMON GUINEA FOWL Likely to Become a Source of Proflt lto Ponltrymen Guinea fowls sometimes called guinea keets are probably natives of the west coast of Africa although ome authorities urge that they ire descended from a variety common In Abyssinia They were raised as table birds by the ancient Greeks and Ho xrians but disappeared from Europe during the dark ages and were reintro duced later It Is said from Jamaica and Cuba They are well lmoWuns game birds fin England where large Hocks are sometimes kept In game preserves On the continent they are more common and more completely domesticated and nre prized as table birUs vln Australia especially there nre large establish ments devoted to their breeding and guinea owls are also raised for mar ket in tOnshlerubletnumbers In France mid Germany In the United States very few breed rslt nay raise them In large bens They are inuch more limnj tr iI l1ir iillilL trujJr OtI1EA rOWL till southern status than In the north A pair is bcca iotially seen wnmlerht about New England farmyards hut less commonly now than a few years hgo null they are raised In small mini berg by many pqultrymen In the mid Ole west ns Is shown by the fact that the market supijly comes In consider able part from utt region Both eggs and flesh are consideredt delicious eating Jn Europe nndnl though many persons In this country rate them below chicken and others haye never tasted them epicures con sitter them most excellent rntlkin them with game birds The dcinnn for them in OUt city markets is con stantLrJncrenshiif and ii seems prob f r rr Iig Jji BEN HUR DESCRIPTION s4ra AIJD i PEDIGREE y In Ben Hur you will find a horse that has been needed in Washingtpn county a horse that I think will breed large as the German Coach horses are bred to such a high grade of perfection along their lines that their colts are bound to inherit their qual ities namely style size and docility and on his dams side you get all the action and hot blood ofrthe pure bred trotter Ben Hur is 3yearsold and will pnly be allowed to servea few mares a bright bay 16 and must be seen to be appre crated hatdshigh is the best disposition horse I easijy handled Big horses and mares are good for anything IBEN HVRvas sired by the Importederman Coach horse Azure No 1619 I IsonSe and Dam Lizze H by VicOunt he by Alax Iande Abdallah dam by Glehcoe Thrd DamA Drehnon Mare J10 to Insure a Living Colt STONEWALLBlagk Prince It This Jack has gained such a reputation through his colts that both buyers and sellers want them f Our best mule buyers hunt hisJ eults up Remember he is the Jack that gbt tile majority of the 100 thisIseason to insure a living colt at 8 for Horse Mule and 10 for MareMule Mules will bring long prices this time I standall hiy stock to insure living colts except when mares ars sold or parted with then the fact is assumed and money due at that date All care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible itshouldanyoccur Alein retained on all Qolts until Jservice feesare paid j E SHELBY 1 IM able that the y will son be recognized OUltry1rimducks and ge se and not merely as cu riosities Experienced breeders consider that isicommon ten hatch than ta get adult birds Their instinct for homing Is as strong ai th it for ranging and they take very ui willlngly to n change of dwelling If adult birds are obtained they shot Id ie kept In close Qonfine mejit for Bone days United State Bulletin CcH rernhui Geese- A New H unpshlre poultry woman says of gee in American Agricul turist I hate bred geese for several years and ilid by experience that the huff and Brown China varieties hatch better than the Toulouse or KmHden I have bred thc first two kinds with good success I row have the Buff Brown China TtittIotitltl and Wild Canada va rieties I I find sllorts and oats scalded with milk or wj tr stake ah excellent mash fur them a rid that the eggs hatch better thaw when fed hard grain They Hliquld have cut hay or green grass free range andail the fresh wa ter they Ict re to drink During the breeding set sou r keep them separate CornI need and nJllllontrls low and t lie nights are long Is good but when Tel should be given asa last few and Hf T the birds Imve eateiv nil 11bougfed occ l rorn will relish iand entlt vrlwn their ap p lies seen HattKtlpd There is no danger of verfeediug on cftM Winter nights It thMforii In ghrtni In ths way The earn w II product bent in Jhc body of the bird Rthir tliftn luduce egg pro uuctlon CJinnda CJor KeMable Poultry Journal tr Par ilitrket ITh best ItItHlorhclten ort tc nmrktt Is a phiiuy 3fX vrllli yellow gslrJrn such as UHf Pytunilh Jtock Wyahdottc JJigiit BniiMa Logrtrn Or In fife almoRfnyt Uivi wiU Ijirht fwiJ hers Jrtor of ti k- tJLy dresses out yellow mm nnvpjs wiu bring the top of the market Dark feathered poultry when dressed out has a dark blue skin and It always sells at a lower price than light colored stock best breeds of chickens for broilersart Plymouth Rocks Wyandottes and Lluht Brahmas Tlie chicks should be hitched January and February Chicken Wlftdnm Meyer allow your poultry to go to roost hungir Scatter fhe evening meal near the roasting places Do not bo too sure that your poultry have no lice Examine them nand find out Scalded milk substituted for water will ofion prevent bowel trouble In young chicks Feed youi chitkens on boards and so avoid the gape worms that are liable to be picked up from the groin t The Itont IJonrdn The root boards should be cleaned nt least once a wink and the boards rovend with land plaster nul plas l r Is cheap absorbs the moisture anil lH tNtJH ai iriinnia which nt oily ki ops the house sweet bui adds groat lr to the value of the droppings as a fvrtlllzpr Michigan Farmer tenant of the Flock At this season ilf the year bo on the lookout for colds among th flock anti nip in the hid the first symptoms of disease A sneeze swelled head scaly stiffness of the joints dark or combs looseness of till bowel111JoI nil warning of Imppudlng linger should be promptly met Uuitj tort pureed In the Uriiiklng water wtlT furtil h a goTl tuna much nmled at this time of the year Farm Journal The liiiW ilenp The dust heap Is absolutely nece sari for fowls It cleniiJieiB the feath ers and skin from rertiltinud Jmntnf klucrouaIn osorvlng theh1 health Ilmr to Ilrmove rhino From Woolen Lay tub gnrnu lit on a table an ROtoothy pa5ilile wrIng out a cloth In water an dry ns y i cci hnvo a Iwt Iron rca iif end put wet doth on It 1i44 It else the Knrllnt but do not touch it Oo talon It rtfn Lrtlslitilt the nlcam does tRtork It trill lr tt like new f i t II 11TtlEMlETING drltI lJIGeneral sId the a Itt doen UtP rid lug up to his commander I have given your order to the general of ijlie wo mans Jirigade to storm the olL1 on the hill but she delays to advance jTheafferent regiments are engaged In conversation at the general Iteadqunrtciis and it seems impossible fdr them t bring tl lDoslbility of an assault asked the gC1l rut an grily 1iXosh1 Tied what are they talking about They run frotuonc top c to another like robins hopping over a newly plow ed field Are there other troops In bat vl clnlty Yes the Fourth brigade of the Sixth division the bit men Ju the nrm They were lo attack the eneniys left wing but the amazons have blocked the way The general scowled and rtn bed his chinoThe problem was a serious one but he way full of resources Captain he said presently goat once and Inform the general of the Womans brigade that the forts on the hill command the village of IJoIt the forts are taken the village will fall Into our possession There are large shops hi L which will be held exclusively for the amazons to plunder Putting spurs to his horse the aid galloped away In half an hour he returned and saluting respectfully said The forts are taken sir Good Of course after the amazons lejft a clear way the bestj men In the army attacked the enemys left as I directed bo general What Did this commander disobey the order No general The men were unable to move They had been standing so long while the amazons talked that their legs would not support heino Poor fellows muttered the gener pushtorwnrdrevive them The aldrode away and another gal loped up and addressed the general excitedly The amazons have taken the forts YesI know that r r It was a marvelous feat They were In danger of being cut to pieces of having their flank turned and of falling Into an ambush of a hundred masked guns And did they quail Not at all they seemed unconscious of the danger They took the works hi ten minutes And did they hold themT Thats what I am sent by my gen eral to report Having driven the enemy the amazons rushed wlljlly down to the shops leaving the works tbe hud taken without even a Corporals Jl1t1hUTeconcentrating their fire on thq shops I hoe8ald the genera angrily the amazons escape has beeu cutoff They do not wish to escape Their general ordered them out of the shops but the order vip drowned by the babel of tongues The turmoil Is greater than the army hits experienced si nee the Tenth regiment of men broke Into a wholesale liquor house and drank up a hundred barrels of rum Go bide and tell your general to turn his artillery on the shops Perhaps that In connection wltli the cues guns will restore the yvoiiicn to their senses Ire done It and ithas railed Vllin sail the general after sonic tluHighti will orler a gi ueral advance of the army We will leave the shops In rear and when the giods have been till appropriated perhaps the ama zons will return to duty With wild huswaft the me u dashed forward captured the encircling hills and lu half an hour the eubmy were flying down the opposite tlecllvitiesi Sending the Seventh corps darmee In pursuit the general surrounded tire shtlps with theEighthdlvIsIoiiJ The ama zons seeing that they were about to be deprived of their prey lMbrH it wits nil appropriated rallied on the center for resistance All their nininiuuilioii had been expended jn lmircaiutureo1- the forts but they fired buttons hair claspsilndeci1nJIthe counters After these were exhausted they broke up larger article suit tired tire fragments Their brdmtuce ollicer vas procuring to break the lookhig glasses forvthe same purpose when he vas shot death by the heat tlful cob net of the Forty second regiment At this juncture the hone al inchief rode up and seeing his men needles IJ decimated gave orders toI with lrst w and leave the amazons to finish thick plundering At sunset their gem1 ml or dored them to form In the ninth street and they did so ouch soldier loaded ilown with bundles Inofjiler to re move this plunder they had left their rifles In the shops The jgeneralin chief thinking to capture thin readily onlercMl the men t SUIlOtllHt them but wtunen hndnr ued thoiiffeelvcs with hatpin with whl h they cntigctcit e ftimbiMod as thotere and routed their would lie captorsI Foilnl the general resort d to a last nxpptueht He ordered f trtvard tin sit foot ri ade cpmpt sod of Isle handsomest men In the army without aiins In ten minutes th e soldicirs were Y1UIyil1i the bundles of the an n fOIlS tin latter inarching ieside thjfui- n jmrCiTt alder TLc InutinywttliuelledBItUCBAILfCEIL L CHOICE MISCELLANY Hero IVornliip and Mnpn Hero worship has had a luiird In the making of maps rSVeilmJe postoHlces bearing the name of every president down to and Including Mr KooSevelt Only two of his predecessors are lack Ing In the list of counties Naturally the favorite In the naming or towns and counties is Washington and he is the only president for wlroni a state hits been named But others than idents enjoy these honors SuccOssfii soldiers sailors statesmen editors an thors Inventors the heroes of ancient history and mythology and even popu bar actors and athletes sharp alike dis tinction Our list of postofiiees Is a long cite and contains names from al ghost every language Jiving and dead and chosen olli almost every conceive life principle or impulse Two COUUtl hi Kansas present a curious associa tion of Ideas fJreeley county has for Its capital a town called Trllnine and Ulysses Is the county seat of Grant New stations were to fie named along a western railway some years ago and they were named utter the members of a professional baseball team that hap pened just then to win the chamI lon shlpSt Nicholas Deluding the Colonel A farcical Inclijeut for dodging martinet inspection has Just been brought to light In a French regiment the One Hundred and Twentyfifth of the line A full dress parade was being held on the occasion of two of the members be lug decorated with the Legion off Hon or Before the ceremony Colonel Bau glllol passed along the lines AVhajt was his stupefaction as he the toon of sappers to find that Hiejjixes picks and shovels they carried w rc nil of wood colored to an admirable ntltn thou of Iron and steel It was not that anything corrupt had happened The mens engineering tools were all In or- t derlnCJunrtqrsbut tor mere Inspec purposes they were heavy and a nuisance so the platoon had agreed among themselves to have woodeu ones for ceremonial occasions These had long jhecn In use The colonel gave ofjwith over the wooden delusions were madeinto a bonfire London Globe Limitation Jewelry Never leave I known such a craze for imitation jewelry as now was the theIneeds a glance to see that In a store 1011Iphla Telegraph I ipc cant supply the demand went Ion the manager and I know It is tie morisoJewelers who have for years been IItradecause Such art and skill have entered Into Its manufacture that In many cases It cantj be told from the real anti very frequently women who can afford better things purchase the cheaper sort when some article Is seen to be but a passing fad That many of the wealthy women In society have duplicates of their handsome Jewelry we all know Wealthy DON ton According to the state census figures Greater Boston more properly the rend Boston has a population of 1200JSl n total almost equal to that of Philadelphia a showing that makes Boston the fourth city of the United States and the eleventh city of the world Tine assessed valuation of real Boston Is almost 2000000000 the exact figures running 1059040802 Even those figures do not tell the whole story Boston Is unquestionably the second richest trade center In the western hemisphere and it Is the rich est great city when wealth Is measured tqn a per capita hinds that means that the residents of Greater Boston haven Ju1hltlUlllthnupality nor 1s there any need of the use of the word American the per capita PHrvhaKliv power of our people Jxjlug far greater than that of nay city of Eu rope Boston Herald PunnetIlJUh as an as tronomical authority holds a position pf the first rank gives In Harpers Week UfrClentfor a suspected planet within the orbit of Mercury For this she had two specially tutee Inches In diameter but sa811cameras twelve feet long of these lenses is such tint very long exposures the lnck tllpillntImpressed themselves upon It Abund ance of such stars we find on the platesrbut no suspected planet so the negative eyldeiice of the 1903 eclipse added to that of Its predecessors and the exlstehce of such a planet Is com lug to lie highly Imprqbablp 1IIltN Own TVeilillnflr This Is till fist Instance In several ears of newspaper work that th writer his dared to tell the truth about wedding for fear of getting licked ttisldoes5o now with a kern relish Thp groom Is an editor and Is not an urcomplished and popular lender of so 1ftJ In fact he doesnt know uiurii about It as a rabMt ills hair is red and the freckles on his face crow eac h other for room He lies novel OlJrlug from the job she has taken oil her bunds Is a jjoung lady of mQF thou enalhel a J Il h O 1O tnoQJrJ IITL J r r i- o o Chaplin Watej Power Roller iliL Q MAKE8 coI BEST FLOUR O THE eBESTI IIa on In Springfield an taW t J oth r sections of Wai hiigtoa 2 county our brands aI old hinds get E LI1r D B SUTHE A D Q CHAPLIN 0 oortoooQ oiro eQeD Shoe Repai ing 1 am located in the whole tale hanietKi hop of Allen Begemann and amps ared to do all kin of ah repairing at the most reaso able prices ADOLPH ZAHNZINIER 7 The deaf and dum shoemaker 010161010101010101 IOl l 1 CIII National i B rtk Io 0OF v J SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY z J wMltoNw CAPITAL 5000 Jt Surplus and Undl Idedoprkfits z5 J QIQIL B Cain Asst Cashier I9 E Foster BookkeeperD DIRECTORS 0 I LwfeSidney I R H Edelon H 3 r G ndyIG Jno O Polin Q o We grant every favor consistent o safe banking If you not already an account fifh this I we invite your pat nave o OlaIOIQIOlaIOlolo i31itt1I Oafc 31 Tumey Lee RiloyJr J TUA1EV RILE wtIN fIwr LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield KyI I Nice Outfits For Traveling Mek PHONE 18 oooooooooooocoo l 1 YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURE Youneedit Salve manufact red by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville yis one oi the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence fits won d rful curative properties I r Thomas now has on file in his office 42Q testi onials coming from people who have ben cured or greatly benefi d t1he past yEar This is a new salve h iviiig been 01 the market about one yea arid the 26 testimonials come as a re saltofthe ss le of 2646 boxes Itj For Sale BY AH Dru itsr r r T DRJWTll iAS HodoenviHe Ky OCCJOi 1oo xccocoooooo 1I JOHN Y MA 1 JLjO eFuneral Directoi rAndIj Licensed Embalm i ic YsBest Attention Every cpurtsey shown + Handsome Line of Caskets and Ekirial Qob t Telephone Day 19 Nifeftt 74 I r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR 21 1906 3ffi 4HH + + rM + fit 4 t r t I T HARDi f 11 2at jORME TO KEEP IN COAL j f BECAUSE I HANDLE NOTHING BUT THE BEST + t1 i S TS 2aW t 4jf PICKED TJT + r rI P f WJust a fie h carload of coal you need coall And say you will want to 4 t d watch this page ea h week I will have every time to help you prosper t r t tl I i = c 2a x irL ++ w + it+ ittII tV + How to Relieve Earache Many young babies suffer greatly from arache without the cause being suspected says the Post This Is often the case after a cold or an attack of bronchitis or pneumonia and sometimes takes place when the child Is teething If the child screams sbarP ly presses his head against his mother or nurse or pulls at his ear as if it hurt him then earache may be suspected If pressure just In front of the car causes the baby to jump as if in great pain and to cry out there is probably something wrong with the ear Heat Is by far the best remedy for earache Let the child lie with his ear against a covered hot water bag or heat a flannel over a lamp and place it against his ear changing it often soIas to keep it very hot If this does hfelp try syringing the ear with very hot water of a of 105 degrees to 110 degrees F Do not use a poultice or blister unless the doctor especially orders it As soon asI possible after the first attack of pain the baby should be taken to a doctor aM a careful examination of his ears should be made Muqh unnecessary deafness would be avoided if this were done by all young mothers Sew le Wash ChaiaoU Gloves c To wash chamois gloves make a i trong Buds with white castile soap er any other kind of good white soap and to two quarts of suds add one tea spoonful of borax dissolved In half a pint of hot water says the Philadel phia Bulletin When the suds are cold put the gloves on the hands and wash them slowly and gently as if washing the hands Rinse in the same manner In clear water then draw ort gently and hang In a shady place to dry drawing them into shape when they are almost dry When perfectly dry rub between the hands to soften them y A tobacco barn bf Dr R R Gray of near Trenton Todd county was de stroyed by fire Loss 1000 Vermifug THE THE CHHDREM8 FAVORITE TONIC Of IMITATION THE INUINC rntPAHKD Batl rd Snow Co sr LOUI MO trF ++++ Handltii EKg In cold weather gather the eggs often In jorder that they do hot get chilled sass L Watson In American Poultry Journal Kecpfng eggs lowers their vitality If kept at too low u tempera ture the chilling Injures them If on the other band the temperature is too warm begins Just the prbner to hold the eggs at intended for hatching is not known thai generally recognized as best being between 55 and 05 degrees F If kept In too dry a room eggs evaporate mols tur very rapidly They should there fore not be exposed to a direct draft of nit They should be turned daily in ordc r to prevent the yolks adhering to time shell in which case the vltelliuc me brane may become ruptured when eggs are turned Eggs should prove fer In the breeding pen The DttNt Bath A dust bath should be provided In every breeding pen and should consist of a shallow box 5 by 4 feet In which ypu place sand ashes and some sulphur and a ttle Insect powder This should he sh led In the summer time Keep dry and have a cover to take on and lort In the winter months Neglect of e bath means an Increase bf the fow fleas which unlike the blood mlt s which are only found outat nigl t and hide awny during the day smn white eggs on the downy part of the feathers especially under the wings and near the vent In the early au tum a when the birds usually lose their old eIJtherR these eggs are carried nil abont the farm are duly batched and return to the bouses OrlRl of the Buff Cockle r Th Buff Cochins are tho oldest of the Coc and old authorities say they were once the pure old Red Bhang of thn walk They are very hardy seldom show sickness unless badly neg lected and exposed to It and then muny a when young although the older hens become a light straw In color They are aU the year rouiitl layers and If fed aright will lay as mains eggs In winter as some of the famed breeds for win ter laying Farmers Advocate Chick in the Brooder Nov r put more U nu fifty chlcHs In one fl ck In nny brooder Keep them warm enough so tnt they are comfortable About Oi degrees under tho hover wlii n the same Is empty Is about the rhzht emnerature to start them at Subsc yearI ++ + There was a small crowd out to hear Rev Rogers preach at New Hope Sunday Rev Eaton of Chaplin Fork will preach at New Hope next Sunday We were sorry to hear of the death of our friend Mr F M Campbell Mrs Kizzie Oliver was called to Trig county last week by the illness anq death bf her father Mr Thurman Weekley of Louisville spent last week with relatives here We are glad to report Mrs Maggie Smith convalescent Bansal Cull is sick with the Mr Hessie and ited Miss Lelye Wall last Mr Reddicks of Maud visited Mr Sam Grigsby at Midway last Saturday night From another Well our little town has placesincephone line Mr and Mrs Burnett Wall enter tained the following at Misses Ollia Gray Lelya Wall Lora Gassy and Mary Yancey Messrs Lee Godbey and Ernest Gray Mr and Mrs Guy Dawson and little son Kandcll visited the latters brother H R Eddleman at this place Saturday and Sunday Mr Peyton Bripgs and wile of Polin visited at the home of Mr J M Wall last Miss Ollie t ray has just returned from Louisville after a pleasant visit to Miss Ottie Yancey Miss Louise Settles of Booker attended the funeral of rF M Campbell la Sunday We are glad to report Mr Ham Vir gin hotter after n illness of several months Miss Fairy Syddane is visiting her sister Mrs William Eddleman in the Mt Zion Mr Albert Wall and wife visited at SundayLoreweekon business Mr Edgar Sweeney visited friends and relatives and Bards is raging in our com of the little ones have from the disease a Graves county dealer gives as a rea son for what he regards as a sign of J I + ii COAL t I t 1 t4Five Carloads AComing H J i 1 t y received Whenever something letknow If I PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS i PAYCASHNi ft wt MIIIIIIJONESII Washington temperature wHlriCream IUTAANTEEI WORMREMEDY Liniment r development temperature luitchlngI druinlit livtfalnUy familyI Thryt 1 MOORESVILLE mumpsI Cutsingher weekI Correspondent certainly dinnerSunday Wednesday i neighborhood atWoodlawn IChhkenpox prosperity ofI ++++il JENKINSVILL Messrs Woodson White of Perry ville spent Friday night with his sis ter Mrs Annie Watts of this place Mr Charlie Bottom sold a combined horse for 175 Gola Smith bought a work mare at 65 J T Lester sold a pair of mules for 250 also one horse for 100 W M Harmon bought a bunch of 160 pound hogs of D S Bottom for 4 per head Charlie Rose bought of F nk Mar ton of perrYVille one eightpreaioi work horse at 75 Johnie Watts is much at this writing with a risinJinl is head Married on the eighth Miss Maggie Skeens to Mr Charlie Hll mon ut the home of Rev R Purdom Mr Harmon is a Prostacs farmer cf this neighborhood ati i3 bride i charm ing lady Care of V an cU The young stock irehuiru niore min eral matter for promoting growth than do matured stock and nil classes of live not only an extra al- lowanceluring severely cold weather but the foods should also contain more than the average proportion of the heat forming substniices It is evident If the farmer Is to feed economically and profitably that he should be guided by observation and experience but it Is Incumbent upon every farmer to en deavor to improve wherever an oppor tunity Is afforded for so doing Phila delphla Record M From Mayfield ini one day last week were shipped 180000 eggs Better class of Columbia citizens are negroIt + +++ SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUM- chkrKeadertisementsarm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but serted in another department of the paper at vorv low rates uIFMrs Will Duncan 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock Conger in15 forl SPrnfield e four stacks c clover hay W G Gruiv Valley Hml has for sab a Ghestc Viiuc boar a regis tried Short La i5Uilk r I G Adiii lebanon1Rnute 3 has for sale onu t one troo mare one y ailing tit1aid one two thoroughbred yealold1U1 Mis n L Litsey R F andBI9wnIIMrs Jas I Martin R F D sale pure bred Rhode Islam Reds eggs 15 for 1 finePlymouth1 delivered Mrs Annie L Vize R F D No 2 PlymouthRock qasfor35 cents for 16 town1asforMrs R A McIntire R F D No 2has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtnn 1 for 15 W S Gibbs Willisburg Ky has for stile several Jacks from 14 to 15 J hands high from 3 to 7 old Price ito suit the purchaserjT K Smith Springfield has forsdle driygrAlsoA C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymouth Rock and Single Comb Brown Laghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 Cut In TwoThat is what I have done to prices on all OldRubewillwill be shown the trade and all goods will be handled with care I am going to give you a chance to get hauling at your own price Call on me or telephone me at the depot JNL ALLENa 0- f +it Great Loss ofLife + lBy the loss of twelye lives in a snow slide near Silverton the death roll re suIting from the great storm of the past week in the San Juan mining dis tricts has been increased to at least fif teen At Silverton at the Camp Bird mine and to Coal Basm on the western slope hundreds of miners theirwives and children are sacing statva tion Milld and other mining property estimated to be worth a million hollars have been swppt to destruction in Jeep gulches The cattle on a thousand hills are reduced to skin arid bone AnnouncementsIllinois Cheap oneway Tickets to California And the Northwest Daily to April 7 1906 Extremely low one way and round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas Teritory Okla homa and Texas on the first and third Tuesday of each month SleepingCarphis Through personally conducted Excur sion Sleeper Louisville to California Arizona and Texas FULL PARTICULARS concerning all the above can be had by addressing F W HARLOW DC R A Louisville Sprhcfilhllarkt 1 Bacon Hams 15o Sides 12Hc Beenwax 2lc per pound Butter 15c to per pound Chickens Hens9o 8prinur9c tDuobk eL Eggs injjc per dozen Fioathors 45o per pound Flonr290to JO Qinsong 57 0 per pound Oraln Wheat Sic Mtt11nota Hides1recn OJic to iDHc Lard lOo per pound Lime toflooperharreL periPotatoes Country SOcfOnions fLOO tTe1iTurkerslO Tallow Ic per pound j Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gsho- nwoolBurry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease tub washed 2Bc 1O