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IIDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYi 1 VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KYjj WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 1 lUMER IT i JOHN MITCHELL PRESIDENT OF tHE UNITED MINE WORKERS Few men have hud graver responsibilities than have rested on the about = ders of this youthful labor lenderhe Is U lrtysevenfor his vo ee more than that of any other one man has hasty powerful to determine whether or not b1itoryAfterpresident remarked How deep anilstill he Is LEGS LATURE Adjourns After Passing Rectified Y Whisky Bill Srdaymuclvfeeling of an ill nature the extra session of the General Assembly tame to a close at 6 oclock this evening immediately following the adoption of a hill imposing a tax of 1J cents per gal lon on rectified liquor manufactured in twtheupon the barrels or packages The measure was sent to the Governor for Ws consideration and will be approved likely some time tomorrow Under the provisions of the act of the General Assembly passed in extra session today placing a tax of one and onefourth cents per gallon on rectified liquor manufactured in the State or shipped into it for the purpose of branding with the name of the State it c is estimated that the State will annual ly collect in the neighborhood of 150 000 The report of the output for last year was ten million five hundred thousand proof gallons which according to Mr P L Atherton of Louisville is uponiVhichsion of the General Assembly cost the State about 15000 l WILLISBURGf +l Mr MoSs of Springfield was in our Vicinity last week and bought several crops of tobacco at the following prices J H Perkins and sons 7i pid 8 cents T J Miller and Simms 8 cents Mill Rndp6J centW Gibbs delivered seven jacks a tofDanville last week to be shipped west He also sold one fine jack to his brother Ezra Gibbs of Anderson county and bought one hqrsefrom A B Wells lorI 100 and one harness mare from Willis Riley for 100 Mr Gibbs has sold thirty odd jacks in the last month There is a good deal of sickness in our community Lester Gibbs has typhoid fever T W Reed has lagrippe Mrs Mary Mcllvoy has pneumonia and Mrs Catherine Clark has lagrippe Rev Young filled his regular appointment here last Sunday morning and evening Mrs Pearl Sutherland visited Miss Mayme Merritt one day last week Mrs Dora Crouch visited her sister Mrs L W Jenkins last Sunday John Howard visited his sister Sunday Irl Cheatham and sister Miss Nora visited Miss Jennie Lee Steel last Sun dayMrs J K Wells visited at Bird wood Mss Will Simm isited Mrs Timber Harlow last Satur w i Mp n Jtijltf M t Death of Mrs Edelen Sunday night at about six oclock Mrs Lucette Edelen died at her home on lower Mainstreet of heart disease Mrd Edelen Was in her sevetyeighth ea r Prior to her marriage she was a Mi1Simms being a member of the lust known Simms family of thiscoun tynd a sisterof Thomas W Simms and the late John Simms Mrs en was a woman who was known asj true arid consistent Christian and as s faithful member of her church a mother whose love for he was ever beautiful and unwav anwas Mrs Edelen waS the wife o Len Edelen who died about enty years ago She is survived by children Misses Carrie and Kate Mes rs Ben Greg and Thomas The funeral took place yester Jay morning at 9 oclock at St Dominics church Brutal and Debasing Sport What a despicable shameful busines- is the socalled sport A re SIlleof of a London illustrated pa the heading of Training for e Cup gives some won derfully realistic pictures Tha training is simply the running dow of hares by greyhounds the killing f the inoffensive animals and the object to be served is to give men and worn n a chance to gamble and at the same time test the speed of the dogs Fir 4 any useful purpose in that if you canrIt is brutal l The photographer has catig it the various stakes of the event so it at one can almost see the hear thro s ol the frightened hares and th blooc lust of the dogs gleaming from thei eyes In the end the hare i caug it there isva crunch of white allmover The game is called coursing In parts merica it is a favorite Sunday emu smear for men and women The hare does not count In fact the victim of a brutal snorting tendency seldom oes count It is brutal It is the kind of thing that debases humanity and keeps alive the avagp that is said to lurk at least to i limited degree in every human ore t It hould be legislatured out of exist end along with pigeon shooting bull figh na and the bloody contests of the prizring It opposed to every element of tr mat i ood and must have a harmful e feet on society The Bystander in Lou isvi It Herald TryingartV H Brown the popular pension tort cy of PiUHfield Vt says Ne to t ncilMlill the best thin to KUI is Dr XiugH New Life pills He setahn Const ijiution and Biliousness Guijr rJut pJ Haydons drug 8 1 l Kif fI J r It ARRESTED The Mysterious Woman Was Lodged in Jail at Hodgen = vile Last Sunday r On last Sunday afternoon t le Mys teriousWomanor the Dog and LyonsinHodgenville and lodged in jad She is charged with carryingconcealMa dead ly weponThis she emphatically denied and many people believe that she is innocent of the charge She says she was attacked by a crowd of men and boys who threw stones at her but that she offered to db them no harm She also stated tliatfwhen first arrested sheI waS i that it was upon a charge of vagrancy but when she displayed wellfilled purse she was released and rearrested upon a charge of carrying cancealed weapons She says she was just preparing to leave the State when arrested adding that she hac not succeeded in finding the man vho murdered her sister though she had ever reason to believe ntY1Vhenwound on the arm which is thought to have been made by a bullet Not the first Judge H DeH Moorman of Breck entlyannouncedthat rjof office in 1902 but announced that it was his last and since that time he has gLitseythat this sort of Knot tieing ought to be done by pries tor preacher Marion County havran Hon Ben J W Rend twicefa Mr T T Ball anld Mrs annie Thompson were unitod in Tuesday at the Catholic parsonage at Chicago Father Warn officiating Tuesday the staff of the St Marys College Sentinel will ce ebrate its twen appropriats The threemonthsold inf ntbfMr Joe Thomas died rather suddenly Sun day morning The remains wire in terred at Calvary Monday mornihg Botkin StephensonCo haVe pur chased the stock of goods of E N Elkin Co and have taken charge of same which they will continue to run at the same stand including the meat shop Will Mayes colored struck Marsh bottleyesterday cut u gash about an Inc inmates3 county jail Mann was out i confineia cell they became involved in a quarrel and the negro threw the ho tie through the bars with accurate aim A physician was called and took one stitchin the wound HILLSBORO We are having some very disageeable weather and many of the farmers will be late with their tobacco beds Mr Davy Hines spent Sunday with his cousin Samuel Oder at Fenwick Mr Sabc Coulter has moved to the house on his fathers farm Harry Leachman of Litsey Was in Sundayf and Harry Leachman were in Springfield last Friday Mrs Nan Scott is very sick at this writing misfuTune r xtThe many friends in this community were sorry to hear of the death of Mr F M Campbell We extend s pipathy to the bereaved once hasv e damaged our rouus very much and they are almost past raveling r KENTUCK IANS Some of their Worthy Achieve ments Seldom Remem L bered It has been the habit of some writers to boast of Kentuckys fine whiskyfast horses and beautiful women says the Louisville Post In a recent letter Savoyard takes th Kentucky men of ye olden times as his theme ndof their achievements says Kentuckians under George Rogers Clark moved the boundrv of the United States fr in the Ohio river to the great lakes nanJohn13reckinridgewho pf the Louisiana Purchase Kentucky made the war of 1812 an did more than her share of the fighting t fit Kentucky was the first state to estab thebye StateKentucky secured the free navigation KentuckyItion than any other State Kentucky furnished more soldiers for the Mexican war than any other State The first steamboat ever launched in the worid was the work of a Kentuck ian John Fitch- Audubon lived in Kentucky so did Alexander CamPbell Joel T Hart was a Kentuckian as sculptorrJ finest orators a generation of orators teorge Robertson a Kentucky jurist judiciarygWestminster than any other American Judge Epariam McDowell a Kentucky surgeon performed the first successful operation for ovariotomy Dr Brashear of Kentucky performed the first successful hipjdfnt orera eiron These two feats astonished the medical colleges of Edinburg Paris and Berlin Bishop Bascom a Kentuckian was the greatest pulpit orator our country has produced leadeing Presbyterian clergyman for two generationsJohn Broaddus was the most eru dite Hebrew scholar in all America Spaldings history of the Catholic church stamps him as the equal of any American who has written history There are more churches and more Church members in Kentucky according to population than in any other State and fewer suits for seduction slander and libel Kentucky contributed Lincoln to the North and gave Davis to the South She was on both sides of the warand is oPf the rebel side than the other Continues to Sell Liquor Marion Falcon The license of Rich keeperIwas nor e TuhMaxwell appeared before the Council beedn a ntwas City Attorney and presented the matter for the city Several witnesses were examined nearly wall of whom said thatthe cod duct in and around Maxwells saloon during the past few months was bette than it was lastSummer and Fall an one who had complained most of the annoyance asked the Council not to n yoke the license but let him continue until the time expired on April 30 hut not to reissue the license After a brief argument by the at torneya a motfon was unanimously ad opted that Maxwell be permitted to continue to sell liquor until the expira tion of the license or during good bev havior to that time and that the Coun opposedIissuing a license to any one to conduct a saloon mtihat locality in the faro e Another tn1ttar that cants before the Council was the application of Mr G W Austin to erect wagon scale on Depot street near Main which was re ferred to the street committee M fill furthe Sun 100 rear r r GUBERNA TORIAL Talk at Frankfort Is aiGoinr On In theSame Old WayL- OUISFILLE HEBALI Following the announce ent that Mr Miller will likely be candidate comes the story that Judge S W AccountswhoBeckhams choiceas his successor has been thrown overboard by thej machine In this connection it is sajd that Congressman Ollie James is administrations choice iorthe That trouble is n ad ministration camp is apparent and it is said that if tifov Beckhanfi throws splitds ernor and it is not beliey that he will consent to any scheme tb drop hi mansm hfriendknown in an unmistakable way that h is for Hager and will fight to the las any attempt made to foistanother candidate upon the machine 1 McCHORDS CHANCES C C McChord Chairman of the Railroad Commision has f equentl- been mentioned as a candidate for Goy ernor He waS lookedupon as the antimachine candidates and it was ex pected that he would receive the sup port of Gov Beckhams enemies Now is said however that MqChord is out of the Govszernorship is c see reelection to 1isold place Thetas t Legislature gave him a substantial crease in salary and it is beliyed that he will let well enough alone With Mr McChord out of ithe way Mr Miller looms up prominently as the antimachine choice for Governor The only drawback to his candidacy is the fact that he hails from Madiso n county the home of Senator James B McCreary The latter is a candidate for reelection to the Senate and this fact would hamper Mr Miller no little A member of the Legislature who is one of Mr Millers stronger Support ers who was in the city last night said that Senator McCrearys candidacy would have no effect on Mn Miller Senator McCreary can fiphthis own battles said this gentleman and Mr Miller can do the same The young men in the State would be for Dick Miller to a man and I finD believe that he will be a candidatefo Gbvef nor If he does you can put it down he will winleachmanEdelen Mr W T Leachman and Miss Anna Florence Edelen will be married at the St Rose Catholic church Wednesday afternoon April 18 at fknownmen while Miss Edelen a pretty an attractive young woman Mr Leach man is a son of Mrs Imelda Leachman of Springfield and Miss Edeleh is a daughter of Mr and Mrs jP Edelen of near town Both are popular and have numerous friends who extend co gratulations in advance of the happy event v Death of Mrs Dragoo Mrs Edward Dragoo died at h rhome here last Friday afternoon at L30 clock after an illness of several moat of consumption Mrs Dragoo was a member of the of the Springfield Bal tist church arid was an excellent chri ur twntjfods band and two small children besides numerous other relatives and friends to mourn her loss Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist chunjh Saturday afternoon Interment in Cemetary Hill The Daily Herald toAND The SUflr ONE YEAR j 32Of r r LON IlCorresponds Goes Into Histojy and Tells An Interest ing oryIWe recently r ceived a letter frcm Smithin8 it is in the hand j of the inspector and also the Department is considering whether or not the routes in the county can be rearranged so that the patron age can be in reared It complains that the busines that is being done y the rural routes is not large enough r tpeweatherfind this is the s verest spell we halve any account of This spell our th r zerosnmi0 wM bahsortiehunterslate Geo C canougher sr lived eand being in canp a good while as w s daypr ofain and as he rais id his qua to fire one aym name un til69 when ilL ng Run church was organized M f they insisted on calling it r1ng Jun which name Ht still bears So tle creekhas had thrjeje names We heard that uf only aunt by blood was going to break up housekeeping so the other day we went down to see her and hear wharshe thought about d it We kitchen cookh ing where she had been three times a day for nearly fif yone years As wp watched her move around the room wfe thought her task vas almost donerho journey which had been long andweary was nearly comp ete the tired handfi and weary form v ill soon be at rest As we watched hr our mind wandered back over the my itical flight of years until we were a little boy again watch ing her in the sanie room prepare the noonday meal Bit oh what a change these swift fleein j years have wrought The step was light and firm and the heart was glad then but time has brought sadness of heart a furrowed cheek and infirm step Yes another old homestead is broken up and it is sad to know that early all the homes of our boyhood da rs are gone and those dear old familiar aces of other years have passed away and we miss them too we miss thei advice and counsel as well as their presence We shall ever cherish the m of those dear old friends A feeling of sadness passed over our community when i was announced that F M Campbell w is dead And nqn it more keenly thin did your cor faitdall our life Whe a little boy back on Long Run wp rent to school to him He was a loveiftif children and ever took a deep interes t in his pupils He soon gained their affection It was werendrawn towards him We love to look back to those hap days They are a bright spot in our sues Since then he had been our frie d and for twelve years a member of Beech Grove church We were ever glad to b hirt faithful friend ev r ready to helpand withhsPottsville neighbors heard of his loath Yes our friends are going one by one sbut a3we pass out in the great beyond may we stand faultless before The Judge of all the ea th andbe reunited in the better land J iilrtburn a black horse or 00IMiss Vica Divine and brother Tom of Cornishville wer a the pleasant guest- at the home of Joh Cocanougher Saturday and Sunday Mr Richard Best of Stewart wax n out vicinity Sunu ay Messrs Robert Cocanougher and Harrison Coyle we e near Springfield on business Frh ay We would like to ear from the Deep Creek corresponden we certainly miss her letters But little tobacco is left unsold in oar reconclli11Cthcmsehcs I er and looking forwanl to sraiiMf spring und a WuiU ul crop f 1 rUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR 28 1906 ni i f Hit H H i t ii HHW I hsw o I v l ITISHARDIFOR ME TO KEEP IN COAL L 5 1 I4iIt L BECAUSE I HANDLE NOTHING BUT THEM BESTcHtM + iF PICKERhP COAL iiY W I arloads AComing r tfE t 4pt fAt Just received a fresh carload of coati Whenever you need coal let know And say you will want to t watch this page each week will have something every time to help you prosper iiH I PAY HIGHEST CASH PRICES FOR HIDES AND F RiiI PAY CASH 4t 1 + tl rIJ r r + j + H JONES J + Id tJIJ 1 + t t t + It4i+ ++ i i 4Htt i i i i 4i ftt4t tt4 i i tJa a a j + + LtuTr + + + + + + + + + + SIGHT RESTOREDr elev Miles Saunders Now Bcrl holds the Beauties of Earth and Sky Rev Miles Saunders who is soonlt aeraine his work in the Kentucky oon ins has written the following der to his friends W C McChord DiW A Watersr for your expressions of pleasure at my restoration of sight I most sincere jly thank you You dont know what itI kblind Bartimaens did My hope dtet neither of you may ever know iEKcept by the hearing of the ear 1 can tell you some things about it Oat hearing of it and experiencing it ire different things I assure lone splendors of the golden sunlight 4ie glory qf the silver moonlight the iMrth with all its wealth of vegetable e fas and colors these and a thousand fir beauties lie away out yonder in lbe realm of the indescribable yes be Tcnd the domain of human language experIi1tongst flowering plants and leafy trees and swelling hills and grass Y plains and rocky cliffs and flowing ttbreams on up to the farms and fea tires of human friends and then up t Sic starry heavens above No I loo jpv I look abroad and stand speechless fascinated in the presence of such beau yes I look to the North and see the peat Bear and Cassiopia at opposite rides of the circle swinging in splend wound the Polar Star I look Sout ward and see Scarpio rising up on h ttal lifting his shining head high up as if looking after the sun that has just batYhe 4be heated axle of his chariot in the tool blue waters of the Pacific Ocea When I look up to the Great Cro s Swan at the very Zenith as if from the dome of heaven to proclaim the glad tidings of salvation through Him who died on a Roman Cross for the sins of the world it always brings toriiind that magnificent hymn of sir John Bog w 4Ifi the cross of Christ 1 Towering oer the wrecks of time storyGathers Ifc seems to say with Isaiah Hear r 0 Heavens and give ear 0 earth the Lord hath spok n pleasureIagain In my darkest blindness my wife doily real to me the precious promises of the Bible but she could not lastheyglory of God These are some of the occasions ofrej icing If there are any two persons who youareexpressions of teem for your assurances of sympathy rai d hope for my continued hqaltn and usefulness Yes God has greatjy blessed our labors amo g hose noble but spin tually needy pe pie of the mountains Now at 74 y arso age I weigh 176 pounds honest weignFand honest flesh andam pre aring for the coming summers camp ign full of cheer and thanIWitha comfo table happy home to come to for wir ter quarters with ve preciqus evide ces of Gods blessin on mylabors ai d the granious promise strengthbethe work I read the ther day of one Thos Parr of Engl rid who lived to be 152 years old Ie lived plainly was strong and healthy and married a sec oriel time when he was 132 years old 1whofor him to ccme up to London where ankd d died The gr at Dr Harvey who dis covered the q rbulation of the blood held an autopsy and pronounced died of Plethora All organs sound hhjst expect to live as long as Thos Parr nor do I wish to neither do I expect to die from over anyDead aPosn mtselCumberlands Now we hive a prosperous chore anda school of about two hundred pupils housed in twen rooms on wli at was then a worn out fieldat the i oot of a mountain rinda Village gathe ing around us Fifty of the pupils are preparing to teach the j common schools in the adjacent cP ties We hope to have Ins few months- a telephone putting us in communica tion with the outside world and in May we hope to have a gasoline launch often horse power carrying freight and passengers on the Middle Fork of Kentucky river all our own except the telephone Where did the funds come from The good Lord sent it to us from the ends of the earth The soul winners never take collections n aidexcept 1 have asked orjsolicit friends to help clothe the needy women andchildren showIthirty miles up the Middle Fork from eight miles above the college to Athol where we leave the rail road and it will be a picturesque ride for Your wives We can introduce you to more than half a thousand Presbyterians populationII Robbing Yourself l That is just what you arc doing when you fail tQ get reg tlar and sufficient sleep Your body requires this unconscious period for repair workwith out it your nerve energy be comes exhausted and you are tired wornout nervous excitable have headach neu ralgia indigestion poor appc tite or other ailments caused by a lack ofnerve force Make it your business to sleep If takeDand strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to worknatur todaytwhichleftvery nervous I had severe npdlls of headache and neuralgia and could sleep but very little Every effort that was mode to recover my strength was DrtmYhetho pains in my bond as well as the textenQILIIERTSONty Dr Mlles Nervlne It sold by your thefirstwill refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind fJ1 8 t M HH r il M H it widely MRS HOLLIS H HUNNEWELL Mrs Hunncwell wife of the wealthy Nw York clubnmn was formerly the wife of Arthur T Kemp froii whom sheIlLS divorced about a year ngo Her maiden name vns Miss Bellif she Is a sister of Mrs Reginald paintingbyI Hendersons Poem of Life Dos Moines Cor Now York Sunl In the legislative memorial service held here today in honor of the late Speaker in the national Houae David B Henderson an unexpected featura was added to the program Just before the exercises had reached this term ination Representative A F Fcudden of pudUque the home of Colqnel Hen derson arose and stated that he held in his hand a poem which his deceased friend had written several year ago pUQlicBeforetativfe FrUdden impressively read the poems which is entitled Yes or No11 koodThatWhere we should go vgiiceWhich our t choice The Yes or No We have the Bibles of the earth worthAnddisputationAsThe Yes or No pathAndIs there no woe Is there no doubt in noblest mind heavenwouldfind TheTes or No rightHereNor dream of woe When reason cries out In doubtAndAnd even thus we rise and fall allUntilreposeTheteLost is the No t d i J r tVtU t ttt 1fItV tV ttt + Just His Size Des Moines Iowa March 2OR E Doran a Des Moines upholsterer joked on the uncertainty of life in the under taking arlors of L F Shank here this afternoon and laughingly selecteda casket which he declared was just about his size He remarked how ever that it ydgld be a long time before the closed wagon would backup at his door He stepped out upon the street and had gone but a short dis heartfailureapparently good ealtht J IIis a signal warning your eyes need after Doqt go getthemI give you a FREE E AMI Whatsthequire I fit you with th kind o glasses you neednd wont charge hit prices anditapIe reed and give It to th mat moderate prices Jas1J1GraC es = iHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 2819 6 t w i It- I I FOR SALE I GEN I AL S7jORE 1 I Ad II bUSS good locate n best of reason for Will snake a o IorI BNLA E II SPR NGfIELD K I I ITnr SUCKERLESS Ik What Experts Are Endeavor ing to Produce Wizard Burbanks seedless apple experiments which caused a flurry among fruit growers a short time ago were of small importance compared to experiments now being made by the Bureau of Plant Tildastry for the pur pose of devoliping a suckerless tobacco says a Washington dispatch to the Louisville Times H the end aimed atI by the experts is achieved a revolution will b tobacco worked in tobacco growing A crop tree from sucker would mean a crop that could be handled at a decreased cost and a crop which would be more valuable because the strength of each plant would go into its leaves r instead of being partly wasted in sucker growth Sudking tobacco is one of the most disagreeable forms of farm labor being about as backbreaking as the work of thinning corn and entailing in addition the necessity of the to1footvinced that the development of tobacco without suckers is possible Bulletins on the subject will be published by the Department of Agriculture in a few weeks Mr Cobey when asked for an outline of the methods of the depart ment said Our methor of developing suckeMresistant strains is simply one of pure selection We select the plantin- the fields which show the greatest re sistance to the sucker habitand save the seed of these plant free from crosspollination for planting the fol lowing year We save the seed ot each individual separately and plant them in separate rows the next season and select our plants for further breed ing from those rows which show th greatest sucker resistance selecting of course in every ease well developed plants which are comparatively fre from suckers and wherever we can fin a plant producing no suckers at all of course this one is selected as the parent A Lplant for b ceding purposes By iolI lowing this ethod of careful seed selection and making very close and de tailed obser ration year after year it seems to be possible to develop a type of tobacco ir the course of two or three years whic will Proddcejvery few suckers and at the same time give a larger growth of leaf surface and a larger num er of leaves In this way we are ena led to improve the quality and increase the yeild of most varieties of tobacco Represenative Richardson has been g eatly interested in the ex periments looking to the development of sucker re sistance in tobacco If the Bureau of jPJant Industry succeeds in the work in hand and it becomes possible for tobacco to be produced in commercial quantities without suck ers said Mr Pichardson the benefits to Ke tucky planters will be of almost incalc uble vase tneSum of It lAtlanta Constitution This life is not a riddle chanceItstAn a feller who can dance No dream th its lost in vapors abound11tS capers highwayAn Anvhen thfe journeys over The sun sinks down the west Its the that creeps to cover With a smjUrTui takes his rest IHei Breath of Life Its a significant fact that the strong its size the gorilla also lungs Powerful lungs rfulcreatures How to estanimalJathingorghns right should study Like thous Mrs Ora A Stephens 0 has learned how to do this JShe writes Three bot stopeme of what my friends thought con sumption its grand for throat and lung troubles Guaranteed by CJ 100dSubscribe for The Sun 100 year t lam The latest things in Oxfords Just arrived AI1 the latest spring styles A full line of spring neckwear the prettiest you ever saw Latest things in white vests New Goods Arriving Paily Mcfntirefir i IIII IIII u INVIANS fiTE HUMAN HEARTS They Tool Them from Bodies I ofEnemies and Roast fa ed Them ItdlnnrOnkn was had their villages in Texan Their hunting grounds were unmolest ed by the white men They roved the plains in quest of buffalo and the wild horse and the braves of the tribe were skillful In the hunt In the frequent wars with other tribes the Tonkawas were usually vie pr r J SHE RAW THE BKAVES OF HEK nUDE BE MOVE THE HEABT FROM SOME FALLEN FOE lorlous It Is said the Tonkawas were cannibals but that was before Elsies time She says she had seen after a battle the braves of her tribe remove the heart from some fallen fob who hud shown great bravery In battle This was roasted at the lire and c Ivld ed imioug the warriors who ate it with the belief that by so doing the rave Bpirijt of the fallen enemy would be Im parted to them The Toukawas to tills day are a proud and haughty race and are given to living much within themselves There are now on the Tonkawa reser ration only fiftyfour persons This represents the lust of the once power fur tribe Swallowed His Teeth Louisville Ky March 20John P Martine official stenographer in the Louisville Police Court for 20 years was so amused at a cast he was report ing in Court today that he laughed heartily and as a result he swallowed two of his false teeth The case at issue was where one Fred Zook had taken out a warrant against himself for being drunk Zook asked the Court to send him out to the workhouse in order that he might sober up and his address tote Court pro voked Mr Martines risibilities to such an extent that lie let go his teethand down they went Starving to Death Because her stomach was so weakened by useless drugging that she could not eat Mrs Mary H Walters of St Clair starvingtowas so weak from useless drugs that I could not eat and my nerves so wreck beforeItry Electric Bitters with wonderful r suit that improvement began at once and a complete cure followed Best healthTonic on earth50c Gauran teed by C J Haydon druggist Mad Irfit JiereriI Jury Found That Man Thretv HimselJF In Front of Tram The Theory WcuHe JDW If to Collect Damages F orRailroad Company For the Lou of Both His Legs I Seldom even iln courts of iaw lias so extraordinary a case bee1heard as that which lias just a clslt assizes in a verdict ngahi t Edward May a colliery laborer wuo claimed heavy damages against a railway company for the Kiss of his Ipgs writes a London correspondent of tin New York Press Exceedingly improbable Is a mild term to apply to the defense put forth by the cpmpany Tbo suggestion thlltln strong healthy man should for sake of Wliat compensation he could I THE WHEELS PASSED OVER iris LEGS obtain deliberately place hi9 two legs oil 1be line for a train to iut off im poses a severe strain on ere ulity But tile Jury found after pnly an hours deliberation that It was tni One re calls Iq this connection the retrain of a once popular nautical song F legSoBut Edward May has lot both his rallwaIseveral pounds of flesh that he has lost All that he has igalnqd by his horrible mutilation Is tHe sobriquet of The Man With the Iron Nerves According to Mays story In the win tor of 1005 he was a passenger In a second class compartment of the Taff Vale Railway company of which lie was the sole occupant He said that she traveled second class on that line because the third class compartments were always dirty Just outside Car diff be declared his umbrella fell and as he was picking it up the train suddenly swerved throwing lean against the door which swung open and he was on to the fine He lost con- scIousness froth the fall liei said and recovered his senses just In time to see another train bearing down on him Its wheels passed over his legs some distance above the ankles He shouted for help and a railway porter crone tQhls assistance He May had taken a course of lessons in first aid to the Injured and made two tourniquets employing three hand kerchiefs which he had in bis pockets and then directed the porter to twist it around his thighs to stop the bleeding I would not have had my feet cut off he protested for the wealth of the railway company and all its shareholders I ani a man who could al ways do a days work and if I could not obtain work at one thing I could always turn my hands to another May was asked whether be had told his friends several days before the train crippled him that he was going to meet with an accident and that he would lose his legs below the knees I dreamed he said that I met with a serious accident tomy legs and I told my landlady and some other people about the dream I believe it was a foreshadowing of what happened to me My landladys mother once dreamed ota terrible disaster that came true All sorts of things have been foretold in dreams Probably many members of the Psychic Research society vtould have agreed with that last statement but none of them were summoned to give their views on premonitldnsj and pre sentiments and the se made much of the Improbability of Mays vision and the far greater likelihood that having concocted a plan to get money out of the railway company his exPectations had led him to make Incautious statements There la no doubt that Mays dream story weighed ngalnst him with the jury The bulk of the defense consisted orl ft JAda 7r One Pair of Eyei To n life lame and still you neglect and abuse them Your Eyes May pfeed Attentio fffromEvery days d lay means added dnjger to your Health and Bye Sight We provide glasses to meet ery defect of vision t our charges are ttlodetatej IeOurW C GRfeSBY the Optical will make his regular trips to Springfield again this Year Will be in Sprirg fild the second Saturday in April the 14th W CGRJGSBY1BARDSTOWN KENTUCKY Iilin be cumulative evidence of small im iccdlng lwsationhat compen He weighed over 210 pounds The trajln from which je alleged that be had WAS going at the rate of twenty miles an hourI Yet the only injury he qouhlshow as proof that he bad really pitched head long out of a train moving at that speed was a slight scratch on the cheek It was argued that it was well nigh impossible that the door of the compartment would glen way even had he been thrown against it Several witnesses swore that there was no swerve of the traln such as would have caused him to be trown against the door It was Improbable that a man occupying his position would have traveled second class On the other band It was contended tt was natural he should have pretended that he had ridden Iu a carriage as hall be alleged that he rode in a third class carriage he conlfronted with proof a car riages on that particular train had sev eral passengers It was shown that his total stock of handkerchiefs con silted of only four and it was main tained It was Improbable that be woul have taken three of them with him u less he had In mind some such del as he resorted to to prevent rune lOUt latlon proving fatal Both fret bd been sbveredat tile same distance be low the knees and it wits declared was highly Improbable that woul have happened bad be fallen upon the track from a nlos train It wbsshown that May was a poor man and for a poor man heavily in debt hence it was argued he had strong motives for seeking to raise money even at the cost of being crip pled for the rest of his life Shortly before his legs were cut off he had purchased several copies of weekly publications which Issue insurance pol Ides against railway accidents and this was referred to to strengthen the railway companys theory that the lass of bis legs had been deliberately planned All things considered the case was one of the most puzzling which a jury has ever been called upon to decide It is small wonder that the jury before whom it was first brought disagreed It is surprising that another jury has agreed upon a verdict and one which many people will continue to think is hardly Justified by the evidence That a manno matter of what iron nerves he may be composed should decldp to part with his legs to see what price they would fetch from a railway company must beset down hs one of the strangest freaks to which the thirst for gold has ever yet compelled mortal man Dora Thorne Dora Thome Bertha M celebrated novel has been dramatized and placed before the public by the well known producing managers Rowland and Clifford The story of Dora Thorne has freen carefully followed and the production is said to be ex cellent The cast includes many names that are familiar in the theatrical world Among those taking part are Miss Marie Dale who plays the title role Miss Isabell Sherman Miss Edith Domby Mr Wm Sheffield Mr Den Wilkes Mr Joseph Schafer and others of dramatic reputation Almost every reader of fiction has read the novel and more than usual interest is being aroused by the dramatization The play will shortly be seen at Springfield Opera House on Thursday March 29 JSubscribe for The Sun 100 year iJoe Robinson T Acquitted 3 Bardstown Standard Joe obi neonecolored charged with the illin Fr nk Robinson colored had an exam 1jSacase of self defense being es bUshed Tl e killing took placeaboutt eeweeks agd BiliousnessThat sallowtyellow okthos terrible head aches tnatdulled brain ll these things spell bit iousnes which is the dire tresultof a Ii erwhlcb 0 0 t perfotio is in a natural way fore Y01l can destroy biliousITbumust youriver thinsickly Dr CaldweilsiLaxative t Syrup PepsinTf- his remedy is the most vas able on tktinable for all liver and kind red trou c possessing properties wh ch drive directly to the affected parts Better than pills oils salts a d D UBe isj purgatives which aggrava oi s and Jeave the sufferer nworsierudition thah before Former afflicted ones now svell and rong pay eloquent tribute to its efficacy t power CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN u be obtained in of ar sizes from all druggiststyour money will be refunde if it doe no youtYour postal request by WELLSBOthole who have never tried this wonderful nriedy Write for it today PEPSIN SYRUP c ManUeelU lilinls f Sold by The Red Cross Dr gSteret Meats Below w print a sort of a meat directory Anythi g you ants any time you want it Roast Steak AeastdFresh SIUSII e Mutton Roast Mutton Chips Vial eastfVeal Chips- VIICuUlttS Pickled Pit Flit Pickled lilicna Ham nakfast laoin Minci Met Fish Every Thunday Oysters Widnisd y CARPENTERS Meat Mirkct t t i Iz J Ia it THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 Ic SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday March 28 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY JJBSCRjPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance rJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldXmailS as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPT O J One Tear Mz Months Three Months 25 chanftOOalwaytgoIng as well as the poatofflce to which you witeen ANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESt9fWe are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate for Congressionaldistrict Democratic Primary Saturday June 2t1906 CIRCUIT COURT CLEEKI announcerROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county to the acJtionof the Democratic party w A TEMPERANCE MAN When Hon Ben Johnson of Bards town takes his seatiri Congress as Rpresentative from the Fourth dis trict there will be at least one man in the National Congress who is a total abstainer In a recent article in The Sun we told briefly of Mr Johnsons charitable ndeavors but at that time did not have space to dwell at length upon this one of his most excellen- tqualitieshis admiration of sobriety in men pf all walks of life In all of his life he never tasted whisky beer wine ale or any other intoxicant nor has he ever smoked or chewed tobacco In every conservative manner he has discouraged the use of these things which admitted by all are injurious to health and are often the only barriers between young meh and successful business careers Certainly the people of this district will be delighted to know that they are to be r represented in Con gress bysuch a man A resident of Bardstown once said to me Ben Johnson can do more toward keeping a crowd sober than any man in the world I dont remember that he ever said a word to me in his life about my drinking continued our friend but some how there was a sort of restraining influence at work on me whenever he was aroundJBut do not conclude from what I am saying that he flings hatchets at saloon mirrors Some of the strongest friends he has are among the saloon men of his acquaintance They learned a longtime ago that he was a conservative temperance advocate they respect his opinions and there are few who will not admit that he is right U because they know it is seldom if ever that Mr Johnson takes a prejudicial view of any public question Here is a pretty little story that is Worth telling A young fellow who possessednumerous other good qualities was a drunkard Society had discarded him even his own relatives had in a manner cast him off Indeed it seemed that destiny had halted him upon the very verge of ruin But Ben Johnson saw something in the young outcast andas s a saying among Mr Johnsons friends Ben so bered him He then fitted up a room for the boy with a bed chairs etc just a place he might call home Today that man is sober and industrious and is a good citizen I have told these things without the consent of Mr Johnson iold them be cause I have a right to tell the m and because the people have a right to know them Mr Johnson voted fothe County TJnikBill as finally passed by the Leg kiiaiure and for every other coriserya fore emperancemeasure that has come 1iact body HIGH CHOOL HOTES WhosO bib weth his own horn the stime shall be blown with muchness Whoso blowet not his own horn the sameshall not be blown at all Our school is to be represented in the Blue Grass Hjgh School Ttfurnament to be held in Harrodsburg on the 24th 25th and 26th of May The contests consist of declamatory vocal and ath letic events und some fourteen of the leading high schools of the State are represented Not all of our represen tatives leave yet been chosen tho it is probable that Miss Mary Haydon will bear our schools colors in the declama tory and vocal contest for Kids Lyman Barber in the eclamatory contest for boys while in the scholarship contest Lynne Bush will represent us in grammar C arles Hungate in the atithmatic and Misses Louise Med ley and Francis Martin in the vocal duet and Will Waters jr in the male vocal contest John S McElroy jr will probably represent Us in the short distance runs nd in the jumps While this is our first timer to be represented in tli is tournament and while we will be fon ed to compete with the best talent in teState and experienced at that We are hopeful of winning some of the m dale and if not medals we hope to make a showing creditable to our contestants and to your school These contests alternate each year so that in the near future we may hope to have it held 3ur town This is but another proof o the progressive spirit of our school s nd it is being rapidly demonstrated that in all respects our school is second to none and the ad van tages offered ur pupils include the best to be foun in the State Preparations rave already ben be gun con mencement to be held in May The p ogramme is to be more elaborate and attractive than usual and from the pi pils chosen to take part in it we feel sura that it wilt be up to the usual sta ndard of excellence John S McEI oy has been declared valedictorian of his class the first to graduate from cur school Prof Col vin has secured icolarships from sever al Southern c legec to be given as pnzes to the ho or pupils df each grad uating class and John elected to take the scholarship tp Central University at Danville Where ne will attendcpllege next year Johns average while in our school has bn exceptionally high and he has set a mark fox succeeding classes As a w iter and speaker he has but few equals of his age and we expect more than one honor to be his in liis college careen He has borne our colors on many public occasions and has always reflected credit upon himself and our school We are loath to loose such pupils as John but as he goes higher we bid h m Gluck Auf with all our hearts Good luck to him in all he unertakes and may all his hopes be realized LeoSimms has leenout of school the past week with bad eyes We regret with him his enfbr ed absence for we have no more diligonb or popular pupil than Leo Poetlaureate Dick Barber he of the sunkissed locks hfts been accused of repeating Now a repeater in poliI tice is bad enough but a repeater in love what shall we say to him Its something about t vo pairs look better than one etc Booker has heard thecalJoHhe fields and in obedience to its imperious sum mons he leaves the Pierian Springs where he has been quaffing inspiring draughts of wisdom to help the Man With the Hoe This may be the cause of his dejected demeanor or f is it the girls he leaves behind And what will Robert do now that these twin Loth arios are separated and he must court alone But Booker assures us that the annual school picnic can expect him to share its pies and pleasure and he has already made an gagement to see one of the young lade s to the Tournament An interesting shcrt story evening was held Friday at he Literary and Debating Society Oi r students showed marked talent in wr ting storied disc playing in many insta ices great power of imagination Amo ig the best was a story by John S McEIroy Kentuckys Emancipator eoeoeJooeoeoeoeoee HAYDONO e e pe1 BURTON 0e UNDERTAIERS SPRINGFIELD ENTUCKY 5J o 0e e a Our very best att lion will be I riSI IQQQlIQQ iooolIociD v eoeooeoeoeaeoeoeQeoeOeoeo Want Hens at 9 12 cents w M H Jones loeooeoeoerie e e e e e e Pretty Girl Ends Life Owensboro KyM March 22I am innocent I would rather meet death than be called a thief This was a portion of a note written by Miss Prudie Ford a pretty eight eenyearold Hartford College girl which was found on th banks of Rough river late this afternoon The young girl had been accused of stealing a Watch from Mrs J F Collins at Hartford She had brooded over the matter and had ceased to take an in terest in hrst1ldies Miss Ford was last seen alive by formed Sheriff Keown She was sitting on ithe banks of the river a favorite haunt among the students and was writting letters One was to her father the + ther to her sweetheartUp late hour tonight her body had not been recovered Miss Ford Was a memberof a prominent family and was highly respected Her father is Ned Ford who resides near Horse Branch CARDVYELL We failed to get our letter Jn last week as the correspondent was in Dan villeJ T Mobily and W L Graham were in Springfield last week on business Mr John Gardner and wife left a few jjiays ago for Armington to make jtlTeir future home Mrs John Lambert let for Illinois to spend several months with her daughter Bettie Hayentine HahnHillard left fi Armington TIt last week Stock Sales Mr G TLittrell bought from John Lamberta house and lot for 100 W L Graham bought in Danville one fiveyearold horse for 135 ansi sold to J F Reynolds one aged mare for 3750 Holiday t Brown bought from dif ferent parties last Week about 20000 pounds of tobacco from 4 to 7 cents R A Willham sold to E G Holiday one fiveyearold horse for 135 E G Holiday bought from J W Long one cow and calf for 39 and resold them to Harry Raison for 42 50 J A Kyler old to George Long one threeyearold horse at 90and sold to Harry Robison one fpuryearold horse for 125 and bought from H Robison one cow at 16 Holiday Brown sold to J A Kyler one horse at 80 W L Graham bought from Harry Robison one age horse for 70 W G Sims hr d two young colts to die by some unk own cause- S T Roberts old to W A Roberts 90 acres of land for 1300 also sold to DavyComley PUBLIC RENTING OF LAND AND SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY As agent of T M Lanhnm acting und er written authority I will on Friday April 6 190o at 1 oclock p mat the residence of said Lanham about 1J miles west of Springfield sell at public auction Three good brood mares all in foal by jackone twoyearold heifer two milk cows one yearling steer three steer calves two good brood sow 24 poundsOne11 good two horse wagon 1 twohorse cul tivator 1 twohorse plow 1 double shovel one steel harrow and other implementI time rent the farm of said Ltinh m on the Springfield and St Mark turnpike about three and a half mps from Springfield On this farm an excellent dwelling containing six rooms a barn and other suitable outbuildings The manner of cultivating the farm will be designated on day o sale and renting TERM OF SALEAll S msof 10 and under cash All sums in excess of 10 on a redit until Jan 1 1907 with saleThelt 1907 at which time the rent is to be come due The purchasers and renter will be required to give notes withap proved security negotiable pay able in either bank in Springfielk Ky THOS P OBRYAN Agent of T M Lanhan W flJI1j If m I Ladies New Spring Suits i1 t Skirts and Jackets I Now on at The Big Store IihiswillTkIPOPular Shades If we should not have your exact size we will take pleasure in it made up for you to your special measure halinK I 1 We also wish to call your attention to our New Stock ofj WOOLEN DRESS GOODS WhiteGoods Linens Embroideries Laces Organdies Batistes Lawns Ginghams Percales Etc New and Large S1ockofWallPaper Carpets Mattings Lino Jeums Rugs Window Shades and Lace Curtains SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY OF SPRING STYLES IN SHOES THIS WEEK ROBERTSON BROS1 BROOKSVILLEI Misses Flossy Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong attended meeting at ViI1i burg Sunday Several of this place attended the party given by Sam Montgomery Sat urdavi night All report a good time Mr John Armstrong a popular far mer 4f this community contemplates moving to Richmond Va March 38th He has purchased timber there through a real estate agent J F Carter He expects to erect several cottages for rent He will be accompanied by S D Royalty We are in need of preaching at this place We have lots of preachers and able ministers to deliver the gospel Dont matter what denominationit is a union church Some of the horse jockeys of this place suggested the other day that their horses were looking badly and seemed Display to be uneasy about them and interviewed one of the old horse doctors who prescribed plenty of oats and corn as a medicine The doctors fee Was 2 50 and the gentleman replied just take the horse Messrs Eugene Colvin and John Noel visited at Battle Sunday Success to The Sun SYCAMORE VALLEY Mrs Bell Christian and Miss McCIain of Simmsville were the pleasant guests of Lr and J S Thomas Thursday and Friday Mr and Mrs Marshall C Keeling spent Sunday with John Suttler and familyMr W C Dudgin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland Opoie Suttles is on the sick list Calmain Suttles bought a mare from Sutton price 65 i EiEEIH 1 UNDERTAKINGW car young a car ly people We have a man of twentynine years experience con nected with us ono who knows every detail of the business He is an EXPERT EMBALMER and a painstaking uptodate FU NERAL DIRECTOR There js no better in this respectfully invite a part of the patronage of the public and we feel we are fully equipped arid prepared to render satisfactory service in every We have a GRAVE VAULTthe exclusive right for Washington countyno other undertaker can use it in this county These Vaults are of Stone and Will Preserve the Casket and the Body FOREVER When the e vaults are used water can not reach the casket they are sealedl made airtight This vault can be sold for 25 while the steel r metalic is much higher It is ajso wellknown that the chi als Of the earth will in time destroy these but the stone vault when placed in the earth is in its natural state and will last for all time to come WE PROPOSE TO GIVE THESE VAULTS AWAY for a time so that the people can see their val superiortoHAYDON BURTON I Lee su tle3 sold a mare to Od er price i05 Rev and Mrs W E S U tCtland were ii Willisburg Thursday Jam 23 Suttles and J D are r to build t Dbacco 1LeJ C were at Pooreto vn Wednesday Mr Mrs Sam Montgomery gave a singing to he young people Sa relay night all present seemed to enjoy themselves very much Flos and Pearl Armstrong spent Sunda aft moon with Mrs J S Tom asRev W E Sutherland lost his best cow falling into a deep her neck h0110wrndireakin Farry soap f r 25c seven akes of Sunny Monday sop for 25c se en Savin soap for 25cb for ten days only T Irvin Mc lroy iEEirrI A Slone Grave Vault FREE L 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCIIf 28 1906 Sr r i r t Buggies landf SurreysWe haves decided to carry a corn jlete line of the above Vehicles We have bought largely and at prices which We honestly bjlieve willeiafcfe us to offer you some bargains If you are contemplating buying a buggy a surrey or a runabout call upon us before you make the purc a- seHaydon Barbery Springfield Ky I Grocers Druggists and Confectioners s I DONTI l1tI OH APRIL 1st WE CAN FURNISH YOU Red Ginger Ale SozoKola LemoLi o Royal Root Beer Doapade and High Rock These trade winners UR DRINKSARE BETTER THAN OTHERS r COINKY Local News Notes BRICK BRICK If you want brick see W P Lawrence M H Jones wants to buy a good heavybodied work horse not less than 1200 pounds Small blemishes not ab jectionablel NOTICE All persons indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell are request ed to settle same at once NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411 44 is sold under a postiye guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded WANTED 10000 feet oak lumber Framing Sheeting and Boxing Will take log run if cut by bill W P LAWRENCE Springfield Ky EGGS EGGS EGGsA C Kimball has for sate White Wyandotts White Plymoth Rocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs from purebred stock at 75 cents for 15 pd 21 TEMPERANCE MEETING On next Sunday night a union temperance meet ing will be held at thr court house Al are invited to attend Rev Williams will deliver a sermon on temperance next Sunday morning SUNDAY VISITORS The Dominican Sisters of St Catherines Academy re quest The Sun to ask people not call at the Academy onSunday The Sisters will be very glad if all will take notice of this 7 NOTICE It is very rieccessaijy thatathe estate of Fv M Campbell be settled as soon as possible All persons in debted to the estate are requested to pay the same at onto to the undersigned THE C CAMPBELL Administrator of th6 leatate of F M Campbell iRev Rpbt L Hopkins will give a series of lectures at the Maud Chris tian church commencing on the even ing of the 6th of April and continuing through the evenings anI8th The lectures d with sterebptican views These lecture are instructive arid entertaining and should be attended by large crowds A number of gentlemen from Vr saiiles are here today examining the Springfield Water Electric Light Plant with a veiw of putting in a similar plant at Versailles Springfield has the best system in the State a quite a number of towns have adopt ed the Springfield system stand in your own sight you do if you are not going use our carbonated beverages Rock are Workman have commenced the remodeling of the P oples bankand when completed the building will be modern in every particular The bank will also put in handsome new furniture Important Notice Are your chick keepsthemyour druggist for it Price 50 cents at all thug stores FIRE ALARM An alarm of fire was given this morning a about eight oclock and everybody turned out to see where it was and t help fight it j I was discovered that a blaze had starte in a room of the olc OGara property on High Street but t was put out before any damage was done MARRIAGES Mr erritt Sea arid Miss Befsie Perkin of Beechland were ma Mon day Rev rmirigtJceremony church pe Mr Thomas Spalding and Miss Lottie Watts olf the Free ricktown section were married here la it Saturday Rev Latimer also perfor ed this ceremony Both couples are prominent in their sections WELL PLEAsEDMr Jacob Loe who went to Fruitdale Ala several weeks 1ago writes The Sun that he is well pleased with the country Mr Loe Bell and broke his arm and three ribs a short time before he left this county againMrwarm aandthat everything is green and in bloom adding that the prospects for a large fruit crop are promising rI PURE WATERMr L W Owen of Chicago Ill was hers last week giving practical demonstra ton of a new dis covery for purifying water and its very probable that the Springfield Water Go will adopt the new process which is said to he wonderful It is claimed that the watei whenputthroug purifying process ecame Absolutely free of all foul matter and it Is impossible for poisonous ge rms to exist in the water after it has be n treated Kentucky State Jo rnal Under the bythRailroad Commission rson last Tfiurs day appointed t ohn E Newman of Bardstown rati chrlc and G H Boone of Louisvil e stenographer Mr Newman is con id red oneof the finest rate tier s ir the country and will prove a v ry s stable man in the work tyr Boor is avery competent stenographer arid vas formerly em ployed by the Kentu ky Distillers and citynBoth men will assumd their duties at once t Display of PATTERN HATS Saturday 9 April 7m rri Willshow the Gage Tailored Hats and othr patterns from the leading houses in Chicago Everybod y cordially invited 1111 MRSa WILLIAIt I COURT DAY SALESS M Campbell auctioneer reports lots ot mules and plug horses on the market a few cows hogsHeand calf3250orie same 2750 one same 18 one old cow 11 one sow and pigs 2950 one same 30 two 61perto 65 buggies from 8 to 20 COUNTY COURT DAY Monday was a big day in town itlbeing county court day The weather had cleared up some and as a consequence the steets were packed with people and stock The horse men of the county had their fine stallions on exhibition and they at tracted great deal of attention A sale of western horses was conducted in the L N stock pens and those who saw the westerners cavort say that they could do many stunts unknown tp the more quiet Kentucky equines The horses Were young but brought prices rangingfrom35 to 65 per head Last Monday night the theater goers of Springfield were gjven something entirely new at the opera house The Y C Alleys Musical Comedy Company presented the musical comedy Cinde rella to a good sized audience which was thoroughly appreciative As is always the casewithmusical comedies the acting was not of the best but the andd l and appropriate while the chorus girls were very pretty and popular especially with the bald headrow Subscribe for The Sun 100 year + + + tu 8 + + + W Manager Campbell has secured Do Thorne for Thursday March 29 No since that of Puddin Head Wilson I Doratihas so much interest been shown in Thorne by Bertha M Clay All who have read the novel will be delighted realIof dramatizing a novel being eliminated in Dora Thorne Noone should miss seeing this dramatic gem it will broad en the mind and make one more char itable with ones neighbor Among those in the strong cast Miss Marie Dale who plays the leading part Miss Isabell Sheaman Miss Edith Domby WilkesJplay e seen Springfield Opera House on Thursday March 29 LITTLE BEA H JS Paterson was in bur midst on bnsiness one day last week Mrs G W Fenwick and son Slanley were in Lebanon last Wednesday- H P Laurence bought of C L Brady one mule price 115 Mrs Nancy Hillard fOwen county- is visiting relatives he e Jim Murphy lost a valuable cow one day last week Mrs W T Barker tvho has been on the sick list for some weeks we are glad to report is able to be out again School opened at oir school last Monday with good attendance Seed potatoes and garden seed of all kinds in bulk and packages at To Irvin McElroys T T T T T T to T T to T + to i+ + + VWWWWWWW lT T WW 4T4 WWW yW t IHAV- EEOUGH t+ + TI lobo inches of space from The SpringfieldJSun to be usedtduring theyear to advertise my e and 41ance business I want to advertIse for youFREE OF Tv yourBUSINESSina few farins to offer this week but these as you will abserve do not near fill up my space Remember the ++ white space BELOW IS YOURS +fit + No 140 acres 4 miles from Springfield wen watered good 4 tWton county Best of reason for selling 4 4i No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good tobacco barn tobacco land water s- choolSht44 No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of +411 4 4NoitsWper acre 15 + f tobaccoW ber lots of good tobacco land well ateted wellfenced good W- grass aTt 4i Price 35 fcer acre NO 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced 4i 4iwhole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town t W eeMx r4f + 4 4 4- ti4 4 1 4 44i 4J 4 t 4 4 4 z B D Lake Springfield t+ r oooeOeoeaeoeoeoeoedOeo QJs Notes rt ae 0rt and Out of TownA toRound Up IheWeeVs aI0 Personal News 0ooeOOoeoooeoeooeoeo Mr Will Huston of Maud attended court here Monday 1daysweek v t LebanonMrwas here Monday on business spentMondayMr Paul South of Frankfort is visiting friends here Mrand Mrs Charley Mudd of Lebanon attended the funeral of Mrs Edelen here Tuesday morning Messrs Dudley Wells Capt P R Bright and H M Grundy were in Leb anon Tuesday Mrs Hamilton Robertson qfJBards town attended the funeral of Mrs Edelen at this place ofVIping Tuesday Mrs Pius Whalen and two children of Bardstown are here visiting her parents Mr and Mrs B F Simms T Scott Mayes and Dr Smock at tended a Masonic meeting and banquet in Lebanon last night Mrs J H Lampton and son James are in Louisville visiting Mrs Ruby Smith MrT Leachman spent Sunday in Louisville Judge I H Thurman spent Saturday and Sunday at home Mr H P McChord spent Sunday with his family here Mr Rob Marks of Louisville is visiting his parents at this place Walter Leachman and wife were in Louisville Saturday to see Sothern and Marlowe Miss Sadie Mayes attended the SothernMarlow performance in Louis ville Saturday isA- Charles Greene who has been in disposed for several days isable to be out again Father Caton of St Rose was in Lebanon Wednesday Mrs T Scott Mayes was in Louis ville the latter part of last week Dr John Shaunty spent several days with his brother George in Louis ville Mrs M L Searcy has returned home from Louisville where she has been visiting friends Miss Althaire Medley has returned home after a visit to her cousin Mrs Pius Whallen of ardstown bir Ro ert Parrott is quiathis home near town t JJ was ir Loufe villJhursdhFriday and Satu day on ess liss Wi lie Knott who has been in Louisville fo r the past tendaYs has return d home Mrs T B Blandford o f P eville is the guest pf her mother an sisters of this place daysinMr Fra k Peters of Leban m wad here Sunday = Messers Jim and Joe lemen were in Louisville the first of kI f Mr and Mrs W E Leach an Fare spending this week with their parents at C esent Hill Misses Sadie Mayes and Luc Selec man were in Louisville to se Julia Marl we Miss Maty Field has retu led to her at Cresent Hill after a vjsit to fr endshere Nancy Simms has returne home from Louisville where she has b en for treatment for ear trouble Miss Florence Edelen has re turned viiip to friends in Louis ville DJr H D Rodman of Louis rille is the guest of Mr and Mrs I Htman at tlfis place froTom Edelen who has leenin calledIhome by the illness and death of his mother llr and Mrs Fred Mangite of Louisville spent Saturdoy and Sunday with their parents here rHon TS Mates and famil were in Louisville Saturday to see Sothern and Marlowe They returned home Sunday nights =Miss Lucy Selecman accom patted by Mrs E Carl Cities of Lebanon went to Louisville Saturday see Sothern and ilarlowe Ti B FIa isitedI y the r and Mrs Joe Bishop Sa urday and Sunday Miss Louise Settles and M Ar thur tyludd of Maud returned bnday from New Haven where they ha I been attending a house party given bpMiss Betts Ben Spalding =Mr WilljSelecman who has been tonne w office for the pastear his accepted a posi nan in the circuit clerks office To say nothing 011 Wills jother good qualiti s he has ore whic make him a vz luable clerk reliability rahd Mrs Evan Rogers left Mond y for Lebanon where th y will residel people of much rregret the SPringfietvery two yost excellent waslingtoncount s RadcodGerman Coach Horse andWhartonthe Springfield and Willisburg piper at 20Linsure a living colt Stockmen are invited to call and eethis horse He is 16 iij hands high and weighs ko pounds He has goOd action and for form and style he ip as near perfect accidentscompany Jot any occ- urBreeders j Washington County Association i4 i b j jt TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCH 28 1906 j The Awakening of Peter Halsey II By Pearl Howard Campbell Cnpyright ISOSJty Pearl Howard Campbell mellow light of a Wisconsin CUE lay over Rock val I In the orchards the ap pies were rjpenijtig and dropping one by one to heaps beneath the trees The stubble lands the low IIing hills dotted with clumps of trees and the pastures had yet the rich green ness of the summer But the subtle change that marks the coming of nu tumn was already beginning to mani test Itself In the cornfields The sum tnerhnd been backward and cold crops that should hare been abundant wereI almost a failure Pe cr Halsey sitting on the top rail f the dilapidated fence between the pasture and the cornfield viewed the traggling stalks and the poor unde veloped ears with a disgust which he made no effort to conceal The crop as usual was a failure but scattered thickly through the field were mamE moth golden pumpkins that seemed to hold nil the garnered rays of many a jranny day For Peter dreamer and believer InIscientific farming though be was had followed the footsteps of his shiftless ancestors and planted his corn and pumpkins together His more pracE tical neighbors had long ceased to do this claiming what was quite true that the pumpkins Interfered with the thorough cultivation of the corn and that neither did as well However ail theories fall In a bad season and flits year Peters crop was abundant while Ills neighbors bad neither corn nor pumpkins Peter looked at them with a satisfiedI mile on his face My but theres a pile of punklns sat therel he mused Aint they whoppers Bet they aint a punkln In the whole state of Wisconsin that can beat that biggest one of mine And the pies wont theybe great though He smacked his lips In anticipation K the coming treat Just then theC Wescott children on their way to school began to sing as they passed theI Kue Peter punkln eater IrJIad f wife and couldnt keep her Drat tiem young uns Peter mut Altered savagely If I could catch em Id give em a trouncing theyd rememJ her for one while The sight of Peter sitting on the fence ef the pumpkin field suggested the last couplet and they called mockingly Better put her In a punkln shell Then youll keep her very well Touched to the quick he climbed wearily down from the fence and went to his work The smile that softened his rugged features and made them alp most beautiful was gone and in Its place was a look of heartrending WoeI eta bitter grief that knew no resignri tlon In his momentary pride in his pumpkins he had forgotten the shadow that lay over his household The nonsensical nursery rhyme wasI true Martha Halsey who married him against the will of her parents who prophesied that no good would ever come to a Halsey and who had loved and believed in him for seven years had suddenly decided to leave him and go back to her fathers It aint any use Peter she had Bald Im tired of working in doors and out trying to make a living while t C IA f PETER PETER PtmKIN XATEB- grou fool away your time on experi ments In all the seven years Ive been married I aint never had nothing new but the calico dresses I bought with jibe egg money And Im sick of It I want a decent house and I want to live like other folks go to meeting land hhve the sewing society to tea tildnt believe pa when he said you was shiftless I thought it was because Didnt have nobody to spruce you youI land help you save And I kept on lfnP that things would be different acter while but they aint Not but what youv been kind to me for you have Martha wiped away a tear and wen too Youve helped in the house an none everything except make a decent llvinc So Im golag hose and I shant uJ ncR uliui yuu uu esuiueuiing to supper me He It was all so true h nothing In reply Martha hound an swered teI1Olll1cntl Rl1dIUfilIC her an prry it half so hard to leave h her with a look of hop his fnce as he trioU tc gruslj the fact that slio really1 meant o go away nUll not come hack In all t seven years of their married life sh had never been away from home niKur has two weeks and IIP still looked buck to It as the longest Jonellof t fortuiRlit bo ever spent how lib eau il over mannjro to drag out the dreary hopclejss years that lay before him he did not know lIe v as so stunned by the blow that mac e no effort to dissuade her from her jiu pose In flic days that followed Ho cal said You will wait until after the pun kind n esold wont you Marty And he answered wUh a flash of the old spl It that made her again the Martha of Ills courting days No Peter Hulscy I shant Im go its soon asI get the ouse cleaned up At tie close of a lohf hard lays work e came home to a silent house Theiiei ivas no fire In the kitchen stove but tempting supper was arranged- on tlm table He tried to cheat himself Intotllnklngtllnt she was tired and In In down to rest so he went throw i the deserted rooms calling softmOh Marthy youaint really gone are you She had taken nothing Save the rem nants pf her wedding finery and the clothes she had bought with her own h ird earned money A little work baskel he had given her on their first anniv rsary lay on the table and be ide ia curl of golden hair clipped frpm he head of their only child and a Worn little shoe showing yet the creases made by the baby feet that long i go found out the pathway to the homeland Martha had kept these treasures with sacred care but knowing that she could give Peter no better proof of her lasting love she had divided with him He tcok them in his big rough hands fittersThenand s bbed aloudIO Lord he whispered brokenly I thought It was hard enough wl1 n baby died but now Marthys gone it seems like I jest cant live without herThat night and the day that follow d were like a wretched nightmare to hi n the next his mind made clear by suffering and loss of sleep arous d the torpor of grief and began to itself He surveyed the fat m with the critical eyes o1a strang r bnIeverything milted the truth of Marthas accu a tions 1 I have been shiftless he said to himself Days when I ouglit to ha e been at work In the fields Ive fool d awa my time reading or trying to hatcup some scheme to make moiviy out o nothing It s good land too he went on afte a pause It ought to make n e cent lying for us two and give Mary- all tie fixings she wants but this year It all t raised nothing but pun klns and exge iments Hit eyes twinkled dud In spite f the gravity of the situation he laugh as h j counted up all the willothe wisps he had followed for seven yeas Tlier were the orchard where he ruin ed tl e apple trees by grafting the m will varieties which were not adapted to th climate and the row of hardy peach trees that never even leaved oiit Beyo d them was the garden plot where he had tried to grow ever bear ing st awberries with a tangled thick et of vineberrles flourishing In one cor nerDa n things Peter muttered 1 paid 10 for them bushes and I haint never et a berry from em jyet And there them white blackberries of mine idd the orange flavored rhubarb I wisti I could get shet of the pesky stuffILast of all were the pumpkins All the qtiier experiments were wretched failures but these I1ndomplt rewarded him for the spent In cults atlng them He wet remember the sultry afternoon in July that he d voted to cross fertllizing the blps somQr the two varieties The result was he new strain larger sWeeter and firm r of flesh than either of its parents I ought to make something out o thos punklns he said thoughtfully An ifs I dont Ill quit fooling with expe Ifnents and tend to taming will nyway and show Marthy I mea business He watched the pumpkins with jealous Vare turning them to get all the sun ind guarding then so vigilantly that the neighbors began to think hl trout le had turned his head lIe found time to do a great deal of cleaning u aboiii the farm He mended the fences and urned up the unsightly piles rubbish until the place began to loo tidy ind well kept It is true that there were days when he relapsed lnt his old bad habits but for the most part he worked with tireless energy- long g eagerly for the time when he should bring Martha home again Ono day in the early fall he gathered Lila pumpkins selecting the most per feet Ones for exhibition at the county fair The largest one of all was a rid golden yellow and so Immense that might easily have served for Cinderellas carriage r1dBet this Jumbo of mine will efg close to 20Q pounds he said as he lifted it carefully onto the scales Must bo i dont see straight he add td or great Caesar he weighs 2501 A week later ho loaded Jumbo who proudly bore the Inscription JUMDO KING OF PUiLPKUlS WBIGHT 1s- ocmrL 1LFmRRNdJJ lPET GROWN BY PISTER HALSJCT Into the wagon wltii se ernl others heady as lnrge1111i drove to tIm fairgrounds All day throngs of adnilrluf spectator crowded Into the jigricuK turn building to see it Beside the mammoth pumpkin the wonders of the hairless calf and the winged horse of the shlo shows faded Into insignifi cance Housewives tapped its yollow rind as they specuhrted oil Its flavor and wpnderod how many pins it would matte At night it proudly wore two ribbons tile blue of the first pretniuin and a yellow one denoting that It had been awarded the special prize pC10 offered for tIle largest vegetable on ex tiltJOIi Yet Peter was not satisfied although he had boon offered oO for it by the envious side show man Just before IVE COME TO TAKE YOU HOME AGAIN the close of the fair a stranger entered the building and passing by the ds plays of fruit and vegables paused before Jumbo He drew a tapelihe from his pocket and carefully verified the measurements Then he Inspected the others of the group and tested the fla vor and grain of the samples And at last well satisfied he turned away Are you the grower of the prize pumpldn7 he asked Peter some hours I reckon I am Peter answered proudly That punkln was grown right there In the cornfield I understand of course said the stranger slowly tll ttlle pumpkins on exhibition are the largest you have Would you mind showing nro the small est you raised Peter lit the lantern and led the Way to the barn where they were stored May I ask how you obtained the variety By cross fertilizing the blossoms Peter replied Its the only one of my experiments thats been anything of d success j p Yes said the stranger4it Is a success a very decided success Indeed 1 am authorized by the Imperial Seed company to offer you 5000 for the seeds r The lantern swayed in Peters trembling hands and a mist gathered in his eyes Even in his wildest dreams l1ea hind acver h ped for any such sum as this hive thousand doliarwl1ythnt was more than the farm was worth lIe could fix up the house and have Martha home for Thanksgiving He turned nway his face that the stranger might not ee his joy as he auswe red You may have the punkins on them terms The news that Peter had sold his pumpkins for 5000 spread like wild fire over the country Those who had seen Jumbo boasted of its size and beauty and began to refer to Peter whom they had always called Shiftless Peter as Halsey the Pumpkin King The neighbors watched the improvements he made with envious eyes and whispered that sooner or later the money would all be squandered on foolish experiments But It wasnt and one glad October day Peter drove through the russet 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place I at your service the grandly bred tr tting stallion one of the best bred horsts in the state under rule 6j and also amo g the best as IFLOATER FLOATER is a hands me bay with very stylish 16 hands highland has Appearance with u markof 219 I a sure foal getter as leis last tears percentage I will show Fast road horses are ng high now I FLOATE I r 8315Ih I I JISired by Florida 482 who has 14 01 the list he hyj Hambletonian 10 FuUIChief Third f DamBy a son of the great thorough bred Sir Archy Fourth DamA thoroughbred mare Volunteer Maid the dam of Florida is by Volunteer 5son heIof the great Morgan family I11 12 to Insure a Living Colt I ie Tears of tloussanI i vttCopyright 19J6by McClure Phillips Co It was just past midnight in the great zoological gardens when one of the elephants who had been nodding In sleep suddenly opened his eyes to their wid est extent and threw up his trunk and sucked in thE air with a hissing sound He looked down the long aisle past the rages of the lions and tigers with a steady stare and when the figure of a men came Into view the great beast uttered a cropning coaxing sound 1forwardthe tigers rose up to stare through the bars of their cages at tHe intruder Had he been a stranger their growls and roars would have brought the watch man In short order Chanda my dearly beloved I have come to talk with thee whispered the man to the elephant as he stroked his trunk with caressing hand They said they would kick me if they found me about the place again but have risked that to talk with thee Dost remember how long ago It was Chanda that I was brought here from Bomb1 to be thy keeper and thy master Sixteen long years have passed since hut day We were good friends from the start I treated thee well and thou gavest me thy friendship Sixteen long years Chanda bath we been good friends and not one quarrel during that time Thou least been ailing and I bath cured thee I hath been ailing and thou hath sympathized with me Is It not so dearly beloved Chanda hugged the man and made a gurgling Round In his throat And the other day after sixteen years after I have become an old man after the unbroken period of friendship betweeu usthe manager sent nwny at u uajrs notice It Is true tha- I drank too much of the strong wine of the country and that when Janvlcrs of the lions qiade fun of me I drew my knife and would have stabbed him Then they discharged me The elephant lifted the man clear o the ground with his trunk and sw un him buck and forth pendulum fashion Tho lions land tigers got up again to look uiwould not give place to any many itI irJ t s r iiiii1 BEN HUR r I ItIIn Ben Hur you will find a horse that has beenIneeded in Washington county a horse that I vflll treed 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 theirqual pities namely style sizeand docility and on his dams side you get all the action and hot blood of the pure bred trotter Ben Hur is 3yearsold will only be allowed to serve a few mare s a bri andI appreI Id st disposition horse I ever saw kind and easily handled Big horses and IIFirst Dam Nellie byBlacks Hambletonian506Ison of Hambletonian10d Second DamLizz e Hby Vicount he by Alax IIt 10 to Insure a Living Colt III This Jack has gained such a reputation through his colts that both buyers and sellers want them Our best mule buyers hunt his colts up Remember he is the Jack that got the majority of the IQOI Colts around here last season I stand him this season to insure a living colt at 8 for Horse Mute and 1 0 for Mare Mule Mules will bring long prices this time II stand all my stock to insure living colts except when mares ors sold or parted with then the fact is assumed and money due at that date All taken to prevent accidents but not careIshould any occur A leinretained on all colts service fees are paid J E 1 Co nan out janners icasr or all He will be hard on thee He will prod thce with the Iron and beat thee with ba s He will be thy master Instead of thj friend For some other man thou ml ht in time have a liking but not for Ja viers It Is four days since he took charge of thee Hath he beaten thee Fe1 Methinks there Is a fresh wound on this ear The elephant hunk hid head and rock ed o and fro for a moment as if asham ed and humiliated Dost want thy old friend and broth er back Chanda 1 y thou dost and there Is a way There isaway and bu one way The watchmen are asleep nnd the beasts are quiet but wh it I say I shall iWhl per In thy ear Listen to the wor lsuof Hbussan lie lov d With hands smopthihg and caressing the great flapping ear the trainer whis per xl away for three or four minutes wh le Chafcda stood so quiet that he seemed turned to stone Then the whisperer drew back and raised his volci u little and asked ih Wilt thou do It old friendwilt thou do It for thee and me Ajjain the elephant lifted the man with his trunk and swung him to and fro and the sounds In his throat almost Beeped to form words Brave old Chanda whispered Hous san as he patted the trunkII Tis for the and me that we may be together for ears more Make no bungle over It lf twere some one eJse some one who had not plotted against thy friend and brothera broken arm or a few broken ribs might suffice but with Jan Make sure dearly beloved beyond that else you will Vlertno more I have said what I and must go If I were I should be treated In a macner to humiliate me In thy sight One more caress beloved and then go Tomorrow night I hope to sleep at thy feet again W en the man had glided away like fortwas his iilctncss Then he began weaving to ai d fro and flinging his trunkabout The p was menace in the action There was tip trumpeting duly a sound like snakeftigersgto hi I8 1fand It always meant death to st tnetlilng W en morning cane Jauvlers came with It It was for him to feed and water the great oeust ne was in surly Impatient mood and he did not notice certain signs that would have told him much Back with you brute he shouted as he flourished the Iron bar over Chan da arid threatened to bring It down A trunk shot forth like a serpent and twined around him He was lifted high up and given a fling and when he landed on the stone floor a hundred feet away he no longer lived The lions and tigers raved and roared and flung themselves against the bars and the people came running and cried out In their alarm and horror That night clothed In his uniform again and contentment on his face Houssan slept again at the elepuauts feet As the soft tip of her trunk gave his cheek a good night kiss he caressed It and said Twere well done dearly beloved It was for thee nnd for me and may the gods of our fathers bless and strengthen our friendship to the last di va of our lives M QUAD To Cure a felon sars Sam Kendall of Phillipsburg Kan just cover it over with Buck lens Arnica Salve and the Salve will do the rest Quickest cure for Burns Boils Sores Scalds Wounds Piles Eczema Salt Rhuem Chapped Hands Sore Feet and Sore Eyes Only 25c at C J Haydons drugstore Guaranteed THE SUN AND Both pa pejs1 yr 1175WeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati 175 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe 175 175IAmerican Agriculturist 1A5 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 325Lippincottss 400 Ledger Monthly r 175 Harpers Magazine 435 435Sunny J REARING THE CHICKS Importance of jClcnnllnenB In the Poultry surds Perfect cleunlirifess is of the highest importance in the poultry yarjis and souses luring thb entire year but is spociully necessuiy iu the sultry sum her mouths when every detail should e carefulyattendedto nhidt may be of any possible liencfit to the growth aid development of the young stock Fowls which have the very best of food tied care In other respects will not thrive when confined in unclean and II ventilated houses and pens writes W II Works In American Poultry Journal Cleanliness is highly neces sary In the rearing of young chicksno natter whether they are Intended for jxhlbltioii stock for breeders or for lie market By cleanliness Is not meant the use 5f a large quality of disinfectants which may glee the appearance of ileiinliuess although these are und llbt Jdly good to USC connection with the are of the poultry quarters Cleaull aess Is of such1 great account In the summer that In many cases It may mean the savinfiof chickris well as the health and growth for cleanliness Is the foe of vermin and vermin Is the cause of a majority of the poultry losses and diseases The houses for the young stock should be dry and well iventilated and the hicks should be kept from crowding and taught to go oh the roosts as soon is possible so that there will be no longer of deformed breastbones caused sy overcrowding The brood coops and brooders should receive much of the poultryinans attention during the hot season and the little chicks should lave clean dry straw on the floors of their coops and alsb plenty of fresh air ind shade Lime Is one of the best things to use In the houses either In the form of whitewash or sprinkled about the floor Js a powder Carbolic acid Is also a ood disinfectant and kerosene should be used in the fight against lice and mites The chicks need to be dusted with insect powder and their dusting places sprinkled with 1L The yards should be dug up often and disinfected with lime and carbolic acid so that the ground will not become old and full of disease germs Prize Winning1 Wyandotte The Silver Laced Wyandotte cock sere reproduced from Breeders Gazette won first prize at ithe recent Chicago SUjVEB LACED WYANDOTTE COCK poultry show Wyandottes are great favorites in the piddle and eastern states and large numbers are found iu successful farms They are pro Jfic egg producers Cooking Food For Fowls Cooking the food destroys the live ells and does not add anything to the ood except bulk and renders the starch core easily digestible The cooking iv ihlefly of service inaddlug variety the food and in destroying any undesirable germs which may be present in neat food Cooked food fed to fowls rwo or three times week will afford a leslrable variety to the ration and help owardbetter results from the flock jut do ilot feed fpWls on an exclusively looked ood diet If you wish to keep Item well and string Cooked whole rains should be fei sparingly iind not- oo treqpentlyp T Woods M Dln Journal IHeall la Winter The flock needs nn nUundance of resh air and as much liberty as cane given With a small flock It Is pos ilble to Shovel away a few feet ofsnow Wound the henhouse door letting the owls get outside for awhile every day ueave the door open during the middle if tho day and let them go and come as hey please When there is no snow D the ound allow the door to re iialn open from 10 oclock In the morn ng coddle your lensun1118undownDont flock sill the strain f Subur jan Life Keep Poultry Honses Clean Cleanliness Is one of the chief requl iltes of success so the houses nests ind yards should be cleaned frequent y the houses whitewashed and Insect owder used freely Clean out the Iropplbgs every day oil the roosts fre jueritly and provide clean material for he nests every two weeks If this Is lone there will be no trouble from lice ut It filth Is allowed to accumulate he mites will multiply rapidly and muse no end of troublerAmerlcan Ag Iculturist Feather Pnlllnic One of the most Uafactotytrays tf treating feather pullingsnys Roll ible Poultry Journal Is to rub n little extract of nloea on the feathers of the tlrd about the portion that lies been jloked at After thb feather pullers lave hud a good tastu of the featliers lowed with aloes they are not likely to five yon any further trouble Fecdlnjc Dammed GrnlBt All grain aniagoil Ly dampness may je freely f to pou ry if thoroughly Ivied out lu hot ore i Scorch It Just i little f i WOMAN AND FASHION Apron For n Child r The apron herewith shown Is n practical design The square yoke serves as n foundation for the full skirt portion while a trim little collar roils over the neck edge The sleeves dre ample A USEFUL GAIUlmrIenough to go over sleeves out fear of crushing and a snug little cuff keeps out all dust from the sleeve These sleeves may be omitted jf desired the arm edge being finished with 1 frill of lace or the material Any x f the apron materials may serve ging ham percale or muslin being goof Style Ia 8k1iAlthough bodices and to be ovef elaborate in the SleovesJtend Ions It is a consolation skirts are being made absolutely plain says the Washington Star Apparent ly similarity however Is very d ceiv ing and tide is true to a great extent In the new skirts which have a sem lance to great simplicity but which In reality require not only a skillful cut but also good material of ample width Materials have really more to do with clothes this year than usual lm as In order to give the fullnes and swing to both skirts and sleeves It Is Imperative that the material should be of a generous width To show a eam unnecessarily Is a fault to the new clothes which must have more oil less the effect of being quite seamless In the bodice Making Over Hints If you have an old style Eton you may make It more fashionable by ing out the last sleeves and enlarging the arm opening so as to admit al in- gle or double loose sleeve wide enough at the top to plait In Let It han put loose below the elbow l1Tso as to give the Eton both back andiron the effect of a little or at pjhls may be quickly accomplished atj a trivial expense as thecloth need nQt be of the heavy sort 4 Fagoting Still la Fashion Fagoting holds Its own liispite of the many substitutes which Dame Fashion has tried to substitute Somehow none of those suggested proved satisfactory Chenille Regain Popularity That good old standby in the way of trimming chenille will play an lm or taut part In the adornment of sp Ing frocks Costume For Spring The fashionable costume both for the between seasons time ana for the spring will be made with a short ceat and the Eton m all Its variations takes first rank The model Illustrated Is shown In chiffon broadcloth with film mlng of handsome banding and buttons and Is charmingly graceful he little coat Is one of the prettiest and Iy ETON WITH BELT an be made with either threequa er or full length sleeves and without the rest as illustrated or with oiie Of vel vet pr other contrasting material as may be liked There Is a tlttetlgirdJ at the waist which extends sllghnljr over the skirt forming a pombtttthe front The skirt Is one of the best Pik of the circular sort made with a from gore that is laid in plaits that turnsward the conter the fullness of which Is laid in double inverted plait at tW back It can be cut in walking length as p roundern aeaeoeoene e nene ene en aQe 0i- ct n Chaplin ater J n 8 Power Ro Her Millsn eIMAKI S THE e 0n9 BEST F Uft 0 QtTHE BEST MEAL Ue n ene In Springfield andfmanYQ other sections f Washington 2 county our br nds are sold o Buy them and get THE BST D it SUTHERLAND o e CHAP IN KY o ioeo eoeQeQ oeoeo ioto Shoe Repairingt t I am located in the wholesale Karma shop of Allen Be emann and am prepared to do all kind of highclass shoe repairing at the mo treasonable prices ADOLPH ZAHNZINIER 17 The deaf and dum shoemakerrs pQIIRSTa o Io National Bank fI0SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY o C- fo CAPITAL 50000 Surplus anc Undivided o Profits 25ooo oa OFF RS 0- I B L Litse Pr dent QGe L B Cain Ass Cashier JRE Foster Bookkeeper DIRE ORS B L Litsey J W Lewis n 5 CampbellR Z 0 Jno O PolinGa We grant every favor consistent fwith safe banking If you have not already an a count with this a bank we invite y ur patronage 1- oQonQ o oo- 3iOmooJ 4CTUM RILEY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE J J Springfield K r Mice Outfits For Travelin Men PSON 18i ooooooooooo YOUNEEDIT SALVE CUE 1IYouneedit Salve ma nuf actured by Dr S W Thomas Hodgonville Ky is ose of the very few salve j which absolutely cures piles As an ei woniderful curative prope ids now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials Icoming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the put iy rThis is a ftew alve having beca ion the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials com asia result of tko Isale of 2646 boxes Ail For Sale By Druggists PR J W THOMAS UodK envile Ky oooo I JOHN Y JHAYES Funeral Director And Licensed fl balmei r tKCSPRINGFIELD t T J r Best Attentiqiti Every courtsoy jhown f Handsome Une of Caskets ifwt toriki ltw Telephony Day Nigh 74Jf ii a v urrT 0 d i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MARCR 28 1901 it rA Flashy Couple 11 NwwNVwrr Original One night in a dingy hall situated on one of the lowest streets of lower New York a bill was in progress There was no evening dress Indeed no one present had ever been arrayed in such finery They were a promiscuous throng composed of rogues of various types some of whom had served one or more terms In prison 1Yhen the noise the muse the laugh ter mingled occasionally with a curse weroat their height a couple entered who outdazzleitif the fiSt in the resplen deuce of their costumes The man wore a plug hat a suit of check clothes with a waistcoat of a leopard pattern while in his shirt front glisten k ed a scintillating white stone The woman was dressed in a costume that appeared to have been cast off from the property room of a theater It- t might have been gypsy it might have been Corsican it might have been Egyptian On her head whs a tawdry lint with ajbedraggled red feather He fingers were covered with rings one of which sparkled as if set wlth a real Jem I The music consisting of a fiddle not a harpthe orchestra was a street bindstruck up as the couple entered They took position Jn a square dance and it was soon evident that for high kicking they were the best In the room There was not a crook present that dId not covet the jewelry of this pe culiar pair and the Incentive to attain It was enhanced from the fact that they were doubtless professionals and j to relieve them would require talents of the highest order Several persons c at differerit times attempted a light fingered maneuver but were only laughed at iby the couple for their dancingjT1saisthe two walked over to them audln1 sisted on j iniug in their gyrations By this tithe by their resplendence and high kl klug the man In the stove pipe mid the girl In the effulgent cosI tume had attracted considerable at tention and a number of men and wo men gathered about to see what and the four dancers would do In tom puny Another couple made eight and there was a quadrille which for bril beatAanything that had yet occurred on tho premises The man in the plug hut and his girl not satisfied with contortions began to slug or rather to screech urir til the proprietor at the bar rushed for TrurU and demanded that they cease their yelling lest they bring down the police but they sang all the louder and t the flashy man discharged a revolver f at the ceiling to help alongthe concert In vain the proprietor threatened and pleaded It was without valJTbe strangers seemed bent ona row and the woman following her escorts ex ample also drew a six shooter from Her pocket and yelling at the top of Ser voice discharged the six shots In quick succession through an open win dow It was now certain that within a few minutes the police would be on hand The four men whom the couple had joined started forth door but the ashy man and his girl also made for it and t there first Instead 6f Going downstairs barred the way with weapons po nted at those who would fferto force a passage They did not live to told their position long before a sergeant of police followed closely by fear policemen came running up the MaJrsTb proprietor was ne rthe door and called out hThat gal bot and his gal done all the xcket Run em in Them foUr men has got our rings RId the man with the plug hat I calla aoyoofo arrest em Me and my ghTll go along and If our jewels aint on em j neednt ever believe an honest man again The proprietor held to the fact that the couple had tried to break up the fiance and the policemen were about t to take them without the others when c the man In the plug hat whispered something In the sergeants ear which apparently was a pointer on the four mien for he decided to take them at wen t The five policemen realizing that Xbey had tough customers In charge Gpped handcuffs on every one of them and followed by a motley crowd the procession moved to the headquarters tthe chief Inspector The oUicial was sitting behind his desk reading a news paper when the disturbers of the peace ere lined up before him The sergeant fated the circumstances and Inform ad the inspector that the flashy couple reward the four men of robbing them lhe men were searched and the jewel t were found in their pockets The were the only ones surprised They baked at oie another then at the cony die as much as to say Weve been dene The Inspector turned to the flashy sum and asked him his name Jacob Mattuck plain clothes man at your service and opening his coat lie revealed a policemans badge You dont mean IUsald the inspec Whos your girl Im Johnniy Miller of the detectives wld the girl and tearing open his Tress he showed his own budge I heardi said Mattuck that these den who are wanted for the bank robbery were going to the dance house ai K street and Johnny and I colt cfudeil wed land cm Take ort those bracelets said th fospector with a smile and lock th others up Tills was considered the slickest bit tf plain clothes work that had occurred ithe force for some time and helped the two men who mild it to promotion W ARTHUR D BERWICK xI t RAISING TURKEYS Ad utnges of Keeping the Hlrtln on n Smnll HiitiKe lour the beginning of domesticating tiiFMoys people have thought and prac tice the plan of letting turkeys run vluru they pleased multi make their lllwt one or two miles from home if they chose writes Mrs Charles Jones in I oultry Topics I was so situated hiit thickly settled neighborhood that tIlr could not be done without too nine i friction between neighbors I S utl d to jdevlsje a Flan that I could sjili raise turkeys and not have them Moth r neifrliboif As I could not nf ford an expensive fence J tried the plan of ninkIug a fence with three foot wire netting with three or four barbed wires above I fenced in a three acre orgh ril in tilts way and found It work ed II e a charm Tbi torn vlll nearly always stay con tent where trig hens are The three acre Is plenty of room for then to ex ercise and they Mire compelled to make their nests inside of this inclosure The advantages are a great ninny in favor of this plap You do not have to travel miles to hunt turkey nests Th y lay BRONZE TURKEY COCK where you ctln gather the eggs everyday uhlch prevents crows and other egg ectinff f ii annuals from get ting 1 cggslj Then when the turkey wants to sit you can fix her to suit yourself and she does not spend four weekH slUIng on one or two eggs as is often the case where crows or other thing rob the nests You have her completely under your watchful care and n keep a memorandum of when she is lug to hatch and take the poults away f necessary to prevent her leav nest before all the eggs are hatchet I put boxes or barrels around the orchard in secluded places Two or three will often lay In one nest and when one gets broody you can set her and pu t up a board securely fastened and tle others wll soon leave and make n hew nest and you can set them v hen they are ready for business Februqry Is never too early to mate up your flock of turkeys When one has to buy a Start if he waits till later than that he Is liable to miss the best results as every living thin dislikes change of locality A tu key takes on weight very fast as time breeding season approaches and If One xpects success It must not be too fntA Bronze turkey grows un til four years old and a turkey of large frame vlll make a heavy bird at ma turity Many think weight the criterion or quill ty but when 1 buy a breeding turkey want size of frame and bone and fin ly marked plumage and good shape and I do not care a flip what it weigl s so long as it is Trot fat Itoup In FobRoup r contagious catarrh Is marked by a w itery discharge from the eyes nose arid mouth which thickens toa peculiar yellow white solid matter The trouble is caused by exposure to cold dampne s or drafts Apply cotton wet with lx racic acid and water to the eyes fit eeh grains to the ounce apply creolln 2 per cent soUitlon with small oil can to mouth throat and nasal passage A 2 per cent solution of bluestone Is also recommended As a prevent ve and cure in early stages uso epsom suits in drinking water Farm and lUir ch PrmUrr PIcklnRH Eggs for incubation may be kept three to foui weeks at 45 to f degrees F but t icy lose a little strength everyday dUll ig which they are kept Dry feeding Js said to Increase the fertility if hen eggs The approved dry rations a re made of meat meal cracked corn and bran with abundant grit Nothing else isso good to prevent the Ares nee of lice on the poultry as to clean up the houses and paint every crack an crevice and roost with some ilqwfajce killer Utilize Byproducts Cash fcr byproducts is n motto which should ru e in every poultry yard Save feathers plumes droppJugs every thing in fact and utilize It in some wny Incubator Motes Never try to run an Incubator In a draftfy ph ce nor near a stove nor where the stun s lines upon It Sets for lie eggsonly Waste no ef fort ipon those that are doubtful Lei rn ow to trim and clean a lamp Kehp clamps full and the wick 1ASee tbn the eggs are clean and dry before sei ting them Balance nil eggs large end up a few trayetrayeev ryggthc third day Cool the eggs every morning Be surei your hands are clean when handling eggs Test all egkut by the seventh day Test again by the eleventh day r BLACK Mrs Martha Neal was called to the bedside of her brother Mr Stephen Payne of the Mount Zion neighborhood who is suffering with pneumonia Mr L M Geager who has lived in our neighborhood one year has removed to his farm which he has purchased in Spencer county Miss Lillis Pulliam of Chaplin Miss Jappa Barnett of Sparrow and Mr Sam Yeager spent Monday night with Miss Ophia Black Mrs R N Morgan and little daugh ter Blanche have returned to their home at Lawrenceburg They have been visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity Miss Ruby Napper of Lexington is thecharming guest of Miss Carrie Neil N R Morgan having sold his prop erty at Lawrenceburg Ky wiU re move to his farm at once Ve welcome his return as we missed him very muchMrs M T Shields has as her guests Wednesday Mr and Mrs TK Cheat ham Mr and Mrs Grig Thomas Mr and Mrs John Cheatham Mrs Arthur Duncan and Mrs Lizzie Cheatham Eggs For Hatching Much depends upon the selection of eggs for hatching Eggs for this purpose should be of uniform shape and size and thickness of shell says a recent bulletin of the Connecticut experi ment station Rough shelled thirty and mottled eggs with thin shells should be excluded There Is some doubt as to the advisability of setting small eggs While it Is possible that they maybe as fertile and produce as many chicks ins larger eggs It is probable that pul lets from the former will have a tendency to lay small eggs Small eggs should therefore be avoided Eggs which are over five days old should not be used Every egg should be carefully dated when taken from the nest In order to avoid error on this point While good hatches have been threeweekstor as a rule they cannot be expected to hatch well after they are ten days old Granulated Meat For Poultry For those who have neither time nor opportunity to prepare meat In other forms for their poultry the prepared granulated stuff Is an excellent substi tute and Is so cheap that It should riev jer be left out of the diet for growing chickens and for winter layers says A V Meersch in Western Poultry Jour nal It is made either from horseflesh or from the offal of cattle and is a composition of flesh apd bone boiled up and dried and then pressed into blocks afterward being passed through a mill to be broken up into convenient sizes It is so prepared that it will keep fresh and sweet for some considerable time and when chickens are fed entirely on dry food it Is convenient to give them their meat In this form The amount to be given depends largely upon the sc of the birds but a little every day to each one will make a great differ ence lacubntor Chick Under Hens A hen to which Incubator chicks are to be given should be free from lice and In another nest where other hens cannot disturb her In the evening two or three chicks atleast thirtysix hours old may be plnceduuder her from be hind care being taken not to excite her lest she step on them At least one chick of each color should be given her for hens are npt to kill chicks of an other breed color or size than those they have already adqpted The following morning she may be expected to mother as nmny is are given herConnecticut Station SPOTWOOD mystableicktown on the farm known as theTom Thompson place at 8to Insure a Living Colt linchhighbyGeorgeout of Sam Grundy Gray Susie Spot hisbreedinghorse all of his colts will saddle and retainedpartedwith JOE BLACKBUR- NWill the season at the same time and place 15hanylaproven himself to be a finq breeder and bredhisWill stand at 8 U Insuri a Living Colt A lien will be retained on colt to secure Service fee J T MONTGOMERY 4t THIS I- SSUNSHINE DAY Throughout the Entire United States r j r free ADontr fo be OF DumlterSUNSUINfflDlshesof those AND A SET OF rwho FurnitureYISItour store mniHiNO RcrrnnHma runmrwn ANDand TO THfi get i FIRST 25 LADIES jLCoupon Ww I W biVISITING OUR STORE TODAY cEVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER hTO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE r Put a Little SUNSHINE ip Your Hbm4 AND MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For Sale by C J HA YDON- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Undor this hcad all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but In sorted in another department of the paper at very low rates KyRIndia Game eJrgsl for 15 Mr How ard has for sale Duroc Jersey hogs F G Combs Fredericktown has for sale a safe saddle and family mare also one fine brood sow S J Montgomery Rt 3 has for sale a SQW and eight pigs H R Thompson Springfield has for sale two 2yearold mules J T Montgomery Frederickstown has for sale a twoyearold mule Mrs J A Cecil Frederickstown has for sale high grade Wyandptt eggs M H Jones SprinGfield wants to buy a good heav horse not less than 1200 pounds Small blem ishes not adjcctionable Mrs Will Duncan R F a No 3 has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock Conger strain1S for Springfieldfour stacks ot clover hay W G Grundy Valley Hill has for sale a Chester White boar and a registered Short Horn bull J G Adams Lebanon Route 3 has for one calf one brood mare one- yearliQg filly and one twoyearold filly all thoroughbred Mrs B L Litsey RF D No3has for sale Buff Orppington and Brown Leghorn eggs or Mrs Jas I Martin R F D No 1 has for sale pure bred Rhode Island Reds eggs 16 for 1 Mrs Malisa Peyton Route 4 has fine Plymouth eggs for sale 17 for lt delivered Mrs Annie L Vize R F D No 2 has for sale purebred Barred Plymouth Rock eggs 15 for Clyde Go troy R FD No 1 has for sale the SoC Brown Leghorn eggs 35 cents fo 16 Mrs Lau a Vest of near town has for sale tw good heifers Mrs R t Mclntire R F D No 2 has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtnn 1 for 15 Springfield Markit Bacon Hams 15c Sides 12Kc BceHWftx 21c per pounfjt Butter Vic toMo per pounds ChlckenHtHennOW o Sprint Dried apples 60 per pound Duclca 8c per pound Corn Meal 76c to per bushel- EKIC81oc x per dozen Fcnthere 45o por poundi Flour3COto 3 GlnsenR 8750 per pound Ornln Wbont corn fOIt Oats Hides Green OHc to lode Lard lOc per poundtlmeOOc to floo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 ahipstuEf 100 per loopoundsI barrelTnrkoya Tallow leper pound Vihogar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and Krooay 14Hc clear of grenso 20c tub washed 28c Country Sorghum 45o to roc GEle a peace TEXAS Mrs Barnett of Mackville visited her parents Mr and Mrs Jake Kimberlin Thursday Mrs M E Dorsey is quite sick at this writing Dr T Irvin Campbell of Louisville Cut in Two I That is what t have done to on all transfer work Give me your work andhpld Rube will delivpr the goods cou y will be shown thle trade and All goods will be handled with care I am going to give yoU a chance to get done at your own price Call on me or telephone me at the depot H J L ALLEN R 11 Ie CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO mCORPOJCATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere in Southerh Indiana Southern M Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates r6ason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND T D WElt President A Oenl Manager Scy1s Aut Oeal IIsr Treaura is visiting his brother Rev J W Campbell at this placeI Born to the wife of Robert lang fordon the 23rda boy Mr Henry Peterson sold his farm near Tensor on to his drother Tom and has moved to Louisville where he expects to make his future home The people pf this community were sorry to have him leave as he made a gooti cit izen Miss Georgie Young spent Friday and Saturday with her sister Mrs John Elliott near Jensenton Mrs Malissa Peyton who has peen sick for quite a while is convalesce tMrs J A Thompson who has been living in Indian Territory has m ved back to this place Quite a number of people from this place attended county court at Sp ing fieldjMonday Master Bruce Campbell who has teen sick for several days is some better Opera House THURSDAY MARdI29 The Dramatic Eventof the Season j Dramatization of Bertha M Clays Popular Novel Dora a ThomeThe Lodge Keepers Cot S E D0raTheCourt Illuminated The Struggle for Lif on the Cliff A SP CIAl SCENIC PRODUCTION Prices 35c 50c and 15c 1 Seats on sale at Smock Hgydo1 a it ssrse Every HUME Announcements Illinois Central R R Cheap onetwa Tickets fo California And The Northwest 1Daily to Ap 171905 Extremely low orje way and round LouithirdTuesday wgCarphis ExcursignArizona and Texas PARTICULARS concerning all theabove can be had by addressing F W HARLO D P A LouisviilKy Carriage Shop am prepared to dc all of yuur wood work and repairing at the most reasonable price FOR CAS doneGrainI also have one new shopmade buggy andspriolt one second sPring wagonrnd trimmma of all kinds on jw BOND f July 11006 Springfield Ky rNOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY JOPPOSITE PRESBYt IAN CHURCH Graves Jewelry Store ContrsetsAll v been In the business for 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