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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t H H I I r DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI J VOLUME IIi SPRINGFIELD KYJ WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906UMBERTEMPERANCE I MEETING I f COURTHOUSE Sunday Night Was Largely AttendedJudge Op nsMeetingA dregs By Eld Walden and Talks By Other Pastors of the Town The court room was crowded to its fullest capacity on last Sunday night hear discussions of the temperance question by Eld Walden of the Chris tan church grid Revs Lyons of the Methodist Latierof the Presbytef Iian and- churches Wililaftis of the Baptist At lie appointed hour fo the meeting to begin there was hardly standing space left in the large room andthe audience manifested much int figLateJudge I H Thurman was asked t call the meeting to order He did so ndhq did it in a manner that immense ly pleased his hearers Judge Thur mandidnot rflince words he spoke em phatically and in no uncertain terms He denied that local option would kill Springfield He said he had as much interest in tho welfare of Springfield as any citizen living in the town that he had property here that nearly all of his interests were iiri Springfield but with all of that ho lvhswil1ng to risk local option B forcible utterance Z livered by Judge Thurman was thisCC My friends if I had one vote to cast every day of my life for or against the whisky business and should some time cast just one vote for the sale of whisky I would feel that I ha proven untrue to tile teachings of my mother After Judge Thurmjms brief address the audience led by Rev Lyons sang America This was Poll w d by prayer 1 by Rev Williams then an interesting short address by Rev Lyons Rev Lyons was followed by Rev Latimer whose subject was Temperance from a Scriptual Standpoint Mr Latimei made some strong points and pleilse- his hearers He took most of his arguments against whisky from the Bibl Bid Walden of the Christian church who was the speaker of the evtrnijng next took the floor His subject was The Saloon as Business Proposition Eld Walden is a forciblp speaker and his address upon this occasion was un prrpared to get the r out ofhis sub- Ject and those who heard him will tes tify that his arguments were unans werable Mr Walden resides in La raster a local option town He told briefly of the prosperity which has come to Lancaster since whisky was voted out The population had increas wonderfully dry goods and grocery stores had multiplied throe times and more each doing a larger business than whi81kydebt and taxes are low It has an e anent water and light system and t iitiz ns of the town ar0 pulling er for better Eld Walden staI prredLancaster immediately after the saloon went out and for a little while t1ouri hIwn masspie ng and publicly declared that the bun igaf should no longer exist Bra men behind whom were the laws the State went to thE places whore he illegal sale of whisky was carried on arBested the criminals and poured their intoxicants into the street a from that good day to this whisky hits been vary scarce in the city of Lan aster said the speaker Mr Walden read statements or rath ir interviews from prominent business men who reside in local option towns These interviews told of the prosperity of the towns under local option and of ne determination of tile people tocon cinue locaLoption He read a financml statement from the city of Danville which was unusually strong and n onvincing proof that a town can keep ap its streets meet allof its obli gal tions and have money left in the trea ry al the close of tho year without Roo oon license money Appended to the itnt ment was the following from ayor oolfolk There are no outBtnnding oblipru LOIS sxcept the bonded indebtncsK ihic not ror tht fuf1 prytnentoa the 7c ad Roller nnnh of l is Tlie Cu has no flouting dabt It meets its fr regularly each month arid at this r of the year had a Cash balance of 4 T amount is exclusive of A ijrr set aside for interest on its t the payment of the bondsr 1 that mature in J iljj noxt and is available for general sectfullye Mayor n At the request of Mayor Woods of Richmond a copy fthef financial te ment of Danvllft was sent to him t rct TrI am m receipt of your city tsfina cial report is my pleasure to stc mUfJicipalcome over some ti ne and find how it is atfiguresAlso how ou provide far 11 public needs and have nearly five thou TevenueisRichmond has ight saloons from which she draws revenue yet her financial condition admitted by Mayor is not nee r so strong as Dan villes Elder Waltons a Idross was w cieved and the people resent who fa vorlocal option f elhat he has done much for their caus In a short but m st appropriate to Rev Williams bro ight the n Dating a close He aske all present who vored local option t J rise to their fe and before the sQntonce was hardly completed it seemed that every man madOn last Sunday morning RJV Wil Hams of the Baptist church delivered serImons terrri1intemperance and morn than once moved his audiencq to tears Evdhouse last iYednes Hon crepowerful of the id clever heard het lit iSR polished speaker a good storyteller and i statistician wi many columns ofs arming figures A Dfemak liA rumor has gained currency atnBurns fire trying to propertythat at Mrsed itIIat rest forever I wish to say that I never ellinbis aofcliiitxhearnever consent to tho sale of this clttt lsticlctsun any ovur aid hou j by reason of having been ma ie a trust e fit but stucldt tt Dsactpveworkofry R spectfUlly Simpson Robert Bnda ththisEd Birch md fur HiSl nt sot Slni day with W S Gjlbsi Misses Elizabeth and Blftuchc Shirly PinktonIl teas0111bU8iness t pur ants toar 10lin1 tire Nora Foster is JI1tat tlio home of CC Foitof iiour 1thnot a Springs lootltde in hru o last Sunday There is a big boom inkimber tricLs because of treat demand for G railroad cross tier h f Revival at Methodist Church Rev Pat Davis of Russellville one of the States most prominent evangelist will begin a series of meetings at Meth odist church in Springfield April 2- 0i1rDav s has just a lliUl tinr Elzabethtotd 10 revival at the Methodist church con ducted by Rev Pat Darra of Russell vilie closed SuncUiy night after one of the nlOQt interesting and successful meeting in the history of the church Rev Davis is a most earnest and enthusiastic evangelist and his sermons invariably strike tie heart of the evil doer with terror and lastingefrect The religious sentiment of the church was throughly aroused and the sermons beere reof here iwere fifty regular additions to lettermatisixty to the church FARMERS lClub to Be Organized at the Court House in Spring 14ecallea meeting of the farmers of Washington county to beheld at the Court HouseJ in Spririjrfiold Saturday April 14 The 1z organjai neeca month in Springfield for the purpose of discussing stock crops etc Mal y far rs through experience and other wise have learned things about land stock and crop which will be of much IIinterest to his neighbor and these nteetings will be for the purl ose of giving the tarmer a chance tq ftvhto the clubs column ofspacert ore neededand Jpach week the farmers o sllicIroutgtony week which would be of much oughteto thzFrightful Murder Lexington Ky April 2 James Strider who was shot while duck thunting at the city reservoir last Tues day afternoon diedat the Good Sa iritar Hospital last night from the ef tioteStloaed its way through cu mg out both eyes but no time between the shooting and ath did the wounded man realize his secterOl ous nursus aijd frien to take the bandages from his eyes o that he could see tin so ound hii ir chBenjnnt n Stewart who is under ar willsitbo arraigned in court niltl the charge rderII nsthDiamond in a Cabbage i J Burbourville Ky April 2 TMiis ertha Lane while tinting supper found diampiul iii seine cabbage The stone IJ5of medium size It is probnblua at the dijimond had been loosened its ami fallen into a Clate of cabbageduring handling State Meeting IS Called T Fenwick Kv April 2 National Prtrtiidout JA Eve iit at heads oar I r I distiaJJOIi8 Itui has Issued a ca ll for u ltng in Grfeiivilloon Ute 181 and 14th of Aprit to organize u rritoriki imioijof the Anierican Soci ety of Equity EJch county union of the society in the territory is entitled E tOtwo repreacintutives at large andtnln itiUhtionul rapixseiiLative fur ench isl ICO iiKMrtbei in toot county Local unions all nt1oon cduntics acl aing arouivtv union sere requested to iilifUt inlay and select their iithkdlEh tJthe amy berepre meetingdisirtsu Sec cco rower Btchof A 3 C will boIt uld atir ISt at nuctng t Death of Mrs Logsdon Mra Jane Logsdon widow of iF B Logs on liedat JLhe home of lI James Willett in thy Pleasant Grov nOlg1borhood Wednesday after oon finrlrmities due to old age She was seven seven years old and had resided in the county since birth She was jtmember of the Catholic church and was a Christian characterJ Fun cal services were conducted at Donyi s Friday Interment came cry Deceased leaves ev children fiye of whom reside ist this county one in California and one Missburi She was a sister ofDl Many A Noe of this place anq had numerous other relatives in the c U1ty all bf whom have the sympathy friends Mrs Logsdon was a wpm universally loved possessing a tun sit on and a charitable nature lUoftJ COURT In Session Makes Apdropiria t tions For Building Pikes r T ie Washjngto Co ntyFis91ourt met here yesterday Th its regular j ipril session 1 Besides a few claun which were pi rented to the court for considera and were allowed the courts time n taken up in considering the makit appropriations for building pikes ir eastern section ofthe county fter giving the matter due consider bon j3JUOO was apprppJated toward Tjui ding ki pike from Pitts tollgate to Red tollgate It isestimated that ir willI tikeellcaunty the her on1 subscriptsi lIybeen subscribed The county appr iforyearsedto unti the adis completed and recieved ya anadof 15QO t fjownsr pr v e ubscriptiori mast of which has et1lcubscrided The court also ma ppropriation of 88 to be used to badges etc for Washington Co inty t iimn jr in Louisville in Jun IItlcomplete tire mile anda half of un lingriCourt will prpbnbly adjourn tbdi y forMeeting PIThe aitii Prebytary is session at Pleasant Grove todaM tint ndIInutteudpredicted This Prosoytery io e ofl tituthe and many prominent mo the e Rresbyterittn lurch tire a aenof dpncc i ifi TEXAS 1 We are glad to site thdsunshujcii jjatn eMisshomo after a visit to her sister Nut Campbell near Springfield Mr and Mrs Starling ijlungiite utham spent lost week a itl lintln1u V t Tkttl 1Hevpleted now rwdaughBloomfield wMissjvisiting her jwrenU its amlMiwR LMiusjere ttI 1t tg lirogtosemcf nicelyL l ev th T alIa Ni Campbell who has been u sick fut sjmc time is much bette4n hv Subs Hue for The Sun lot r teat yf WHY UNTERRIflED UNCOMPROMISING SOLDIERS = I GMY THE SALOONTHEY ARE THE SONS AND DAUGHTERS Of SALOONofnnrtou7cl Those people who are most de termined to rid their counties nStdrunkarends They are stubborn fighters bei ranlSof the soldiery ofa tyranicalh depressed nation they feel thatI NoIInbut hek wij has nyiissed through it what a hellish pinch there is fn the heart oy whnhe sees the mother het so fondly loyes grow pale anil wan because of the inebriety of the husband and father Then it is that the desire tQ strike at alhcaho possesses him his whole soul aecoines bittered he wants revenge the blood boils in isth veins and in his young heart he feels that he will some day be graspingtthrooathe casteit feonlittleSs1 ter e expects to do and ectathest says Aild I go with you itttd bile you are killing the great monster I will sing and may flunmay will cheer you and hen each grasps tgg the other hand they yolk to thug tto in the evenings duskoral titx watch fdr the drunken fath wi Nallof his infernal faults his children love hun And whil they watch the stars come o twld there jeneath a million piawlln sisternd and brother that unconquerable un dying determination to fight fight fight1 until they see the end it all soldbuysaloon has combatting for so inane And thats why he l mer yearsIhas been vanquished yet being vanquished 1h rdier the saloon must fight kn ti not what it i not to surrender knows what it is to grow weary t through the veilof eternity trheand takes on new strength and musters hew courage and he hefindat t ts toward but with a hate for the ff deeprooted as life itself thats the sort ofa soldier the saloon must fight Where is the man who would censure him There isno MAN thin would Indeed dont you think he is right in battling that 1IIisfirsliS lster trod put him and leer ofIiACKVILLE April hCORIC with pfCCs of bringing ua some pretty weather whiehtI fwet be lute with their croj j Some ve not sown their tobacco beds Mm J H Wvcot has returned fivm i1ir withhel new s ring but ich Will he open next week ta Mr 1nmiBIscatn was in Louisville to t9tweck bayhig hu springy goods y Mwt Ben Powell and Mrs Spm My both Cftiite sick at this writing M n Dave Ynnkae has beau iii town dHugltoter Miss Lilie Haydon is on the sick list thivP kPCharlie Bottom bought a horse of rs z opt of home adrift upon the g eat oc annof life f iendless oneyl s hopelesS tDo bu b pine hm for asnh sll would fight the Holy Wafers But if you dp blame Hm what lereti L does it make for our strength ompared to hrs strength is as vaprfr in the path of a storm Then here is another soldier tt e saloc n must combat an on- o convronjiising unrelent ng ae rminc J soldierthe iseraBle- lteni eb unhappy wifof the dunkar If there is ai Y difr r e Ce sh fights Just a1 ttlee bIt i rder than the former bt tffnavble net so effective Anyhow shes fe ha rdstu born fighter sl e scorns j very Beaof surreidir andiwih a shrieking hI she plunges nto r the thickest of the fr y eve y fiber of her being pul sa fins with a desire to deth rone al co 01 G adly would she acrlfice lif topkce strong drink out of reach of ihe man she love And thf t5 thsort ofa soldie the sa loon mils fight Ocyo i blame her If you do pep int her hom and e the nuf IIUIHH therethe au oe lac s ofqhildren Terrible pictures of despair Prints of poverty eyr where See she bows hen ath the tons hiS see her fr il form co ith fear see her as the urningermidnight cofnes bringing to her tha slobbering puking thing ttQmarrta altar ached ofe Bible andave to God pie sa sjcred VQW thJt he wpuld e and prq act het then you c n not tea der it her determine fight ago nst the barroom Shwho has no sunlight in the day no star in tie night nohope in tha desensaloon in every State in tfte Ua ion is tot Bering Tie wives and daughters of Brut knrdare now asks g no squat ter fom the saloon the givi j note The sons of rankAe u ilaT are elected ts in the legislative halls of the coun y arid here they are i akin lags which will assist tlie wives and jlaug hers in their deter nineo fight to rd the couhtry thrra tion of tle barroom trare the fc rces which are niarch ing aii as one mighty phalanx striking right and left 4arcJ ana quishfromHatu e Past history prove + they hay been successful tha wher j th iy have waged thvrfare hiev have wonl the vict ir Inlted it seems to u tnr itte rlrVirn oftthe saloon i 1n uk AYdtterj in flaming lett4iF LK Irwin layM last week flyiItoIn remembrance of little Fiaiinwhy died March 31 1906acai ye irsand fourteen dajfsthe y n rest chi dof tits J tl Bottom pawJnftimentncevisitetl Uio home of Mrs fiotfein hL ills ken tier Jutsbsnd n Orto l ndll PIPaliiine for onij five U1enttia to Beer saddened boit f dktte tIsorrow nre Kiiown no mono bJ1ltbctWiIltt r efhr1h Ilt ibgut filS SUlfc f 4UQ ar4- ot r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 i Jw fL M t4i rw + iti L + wt Trtclbfi ft f t y r J 1 1ii t r I PA Y HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS w ti nw n 1 1 11 I PAY CASH 1 1 tJ 2 III I t f + W iw i1I W + i aa a a a It atu Lta Tw to + a t iExploste The Dangerous of jfliiroglycerin fDhat Happened When Can the Gar Bc1t Tor ftdo Company tflant and That at aluf1 ton Went Up A day with the nitroglycerin makers llc nsrve exhilarating writes a corre at Hartford City Ind where Srom the acid tanks may cut ones nos sib and his heartto unusual IE XEPORT WOO A COUNTY AHD MADE A OlfKAT HoLE Hf TIIB UOKfiBK- Yactirity 1C and the pungent aroma from The chemicals may make ones hend- stile to the point but not u rithstandlng this there Isa sort of un o nil risk that appeals to the tender tthat is after he has figured It out t i J Like Two Peas In One Pod Ii Thats how one load of coal will cam pare with other If you want a hot timebuy coal Phoneme tr j t I AM THE PRODUCE MAMiI Jii I I Want Hens J i lT1 1J TR II 1 II1iHtt Man Tlusi Manufacturing Mfondeut fumesIstimulate splitting r11 splendid theIchances about one million that the plant will be thrown out ppera tlon hurry during his stay There thro gratitude the powers that be the heart of the tenderfoot When he gets out the danger belt with his ody Intact stew plant here one the latest the ntry The new compressed air appHfi nces used mixing the acids and then mixing the acids with the glycerin educe the spectacular features the work The acids are kept Iron tank similar those used by the Standard Oil company storage yards The acid are forced from one tankj Into another and are mixed by plication air pressure Then this mixed aell which throws oft cloud angry smoke through safety vcnos through long pipe line smnl building This the nitro lIng house Itself this are mixing vats which are ala uniform tempera ture 50 by the circulation brine foi cod from refrigerating plant wlilch passes lead plpes around and through the tanks The exe by the superintending tills process but th care not painstaking the onlcoker would expect find Vhen xed the liquid which looks like moderately thick molasses 1a whitish brown color drained off storage tanks anti from tbetnnks drained liito ten quart tin cans The llqul strikes the bottom those cans with thud that snakes ones flesh creep until one realizes that not such tall this but peculiar Jar frlctjpn tlmt causes trouble As the can fills the liquid makes gur gang soutjd that not reassuring Not drop the explosive permit ted land outside the cans and these cans before being used are Inspected and tested with water for leaks leaky can especially after load ed Into wagon for means loud report that awakes county makes great hole the scen ery and wj apes everything around put existence drop nitroglycerin thingfThe caprclty the Hartford City plant out 9000 quarts the plosive ay Nine thousand quarts nitrogly erln are moving power An Idea what will do may be gained frou the fact that the safe cracks who use carry their supply vials and use only fey drops blasting thtlr way Into safe The nltroglyceriir clinging the sides empty thin touched off sufficient jar whole community Therefore much care has used with the empty cans WWI the tilled wwWW ry ones thOUgh the railroads deliver the acids and glycerin the factory carboys and tanks they do not handle the dangerous commodity which their mixture produces The proC by which the factorys product reaches the consumer more Interesting than the process mixing the acids and the glycerin Every morning dozen wagons are backed up thel factory and the horses are securely tied These wagons have long shallow beds and over these sides the bed runs the warning thetnly 43iese are freight trains acrossjcourageous have good heavy horses Each wagon loaded with 000 quarts ninety the two and half gallon cans securely packed padded compartments The padding felt and the cans into the compartments snugly When once there the cans have play and they do not feel any vibration Even the bottoms nnd tops are Tlded hold the cans firmly Extra sensitive springs under the wagon bed reduce the jar the roojtl The llqul the chns which become thin liot weather and congeals rapidly ipernture under 42 degrees swishes unit some limit there danger tills transportation there Ieaky can That above nil things guarded against drop nitroglycerln getting down the axle working spring where sub jected the slightest friction means that all ortUtc whole 000 quarts and then there will not be enough driver horses wagon left take up blotting papernot piece wagon large enough make kindlingwood Of course unusual Jar wijldo tlitf wagon being run ofT small culverts and up against fences Without bad results There are also records smaller wag ons upsetting ami one two stances they have been hit by electric and steam trains has not been thrtc years sluice cnt Alesnmlria buriM its nose nitro lycerln wag with damages only the ear front ami the nerves the people the car who did not know what had happened until was all over Then they be came victims nervous prostration The freight wagons between the factory and the local magazines which are scattered all over thQ gas and oil fields where drilling gong across the slcotnitry Seldom do they find any one along their rqad who H w fit Af9J2Cts lO ITr ir FAIR MOTTOI t Ir 1 H M huM JONES iir r c T T an LeeredHow my ote themy TFWWWWW t re In a of In a Is a 1 of to of A is of In cci in i of In j to In of a of 1o a to a is In of of a In Colclslol1me n so as to of Is In o jls ot a Is as a on a is a of Is = to a transportation a a a hi of A of to of Is al of ex a i of a In a In a to of an to n as to be as 4 to In of a to bounddQWPrecurel of nitroglycerln y Is of a in of fit no i to t of In in at a to a Is no In Js no to be of on or on a to of or to on a of o an arerectonls of In or In It a at In a on to of on of on 9 J y + J I + t t + + + + + a + + + + j it Is It A it Is It oi It It If Is ss Is or so If Is A It Is It or d it Is it+ itfi tfttfi itttfi++ + wisnes a ride on their wagons even If they are going In the right direction Wizen they bass through hamlets a wide berth is given them and they drive around cities and larger towns Instead of going Often they are unable to find without great trouble a place to put up night or tp get their meals thpugfr they offer to put their wagons half a mile from the house they would grace with ttyelr presence Spring summer and fall of course are the best months for the nltroglVc erln workers As long ns the nitro glycorih flows well and theta are no leaks and the roads are good there are few mishaps But when the winter THE rijAjrr AT BTJTTFFTOH WPNTXJP AND TUBER LIVES WEJIE LoST comes and the ultrogly eriii begins to congeal and then freeze and has to be thawed out there is trouble ahead The thawing is done with warn water and Js the most dangerous feature of the workIn recent years there have been comparatively few explosions in Indiana Few wagons have been lost and only three factories have ended their exist ence In the last four Scars The last one of these was that of ithe Gas Beit Torpedo compauy near Knightstowi The plant was not In operation at the t tt lf l1lJ tlil IiJ IiI lit ttime Cold weather had come and a freighter was moving stock from thej plant to the magazine where It be kept warn Of courseand this Is characteristic of all nitroglycerin exj plosions no one was left to tell the story of how It happened A short time before that the plant atj werellostI Not the OnJTReoa Lady Poor man Areyou married 011srSome weeks ago during the Sever winter weather both my wife and my speedilygrippe with all its miserable symptoms LaudingIowacles sore head stopped eyes and nose running withalternate spell of usingChamberlainsihe same with a double dose of Cham berlains Stomach and Liver Tablets completelyknocked dealer in Blue Grass f f tittSuffered for Five Years with Kidney and Liver trouble kidneydndblindingheadachenstipated that I could ot move my wels without a eat antic I was JiverTabletsandfor six months says Mr Arthur trickiana of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by every dealer iu H ue Grass C M Tnmey tee Riley Jr TUMEY RILEY M STABLEISpringfieldI Ky Nice Outfits For Trave in1 Men THONC 18 II RadcodGerman Coach Hore Will make the season of 1906 at the farm of J R and ontheT 20insure a living colt HeisI6good action and for form and style he is as near p jrtect dentsbutWashington County Breeders Association o T f i t H t THE SPRINGfiELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 J I Stonewall Stock Farin- J I E SHELBY Prop IrI SPRINGFIELD KyRF D NO Farm 312 Miles out on Bloomfield Pike I 1906 SEASON 19O To HORSEMEN AND BREEDERS- I hand you my card for this season with thank for past favors and hope by the merit of my stoc c for a continuance of same I again this year pIa e at your service the grandly bred trotting stallio FLOATER one of the best bred horses in the stet Standard under rule 6 and also among the best as an individual fLOATER isa handsome bay with black points very stylish 16 hands has the Hambletonian Appearance with ahighfJ f 219 a surPrbal getter as his last entage- willr show Fast road horses are selling high awr FLOATER8315 W Sired by Florida 482 who has 14 on the list he by Hambletonian 10 First DamMary by Star Almont 6673 Full brother to Hamlins Almont Allie Gaines and Field mont all producers he by Almont 33 Second Dam By Idol 177 ion of Mimbrinc Chief 11 thoroughibredFourth DamA thoroughbred mare Volunteer Maid the dam of Florida is by Volunteer 55 son of Hambletonian 10 Through Floaters dam he traces back directly to JustinMorgan the founder of the great Morgan family 12 to Insure a Living toIL J THIS I- SSUNSHINE r LAYTh- roughout the Entire United States Dont Foil lobe among the numberof who i visit tour store and get a- Coupon I BEN IIUR 11 DESCRIPTIONf AND r I ffi PEPIGR fi1 f J In Ben Hur you will find a horse that has been- neededin Washington county a horse that I will breed large as the German Coach horses bred to such a high grade of perfection along thinkIlines that their colts are bound to inherit their ities namely style size and docility andon dams side you get all the action and hot blood ofIthe pure bred trotte Ben Hur is 3yearsold will only be allowed to serve a Jew mares a bright bay 16 hands high find must be seen to be appre ciated I think he is the best disposition horse I ever saw kind and easily handled Bighorsesand makes are good for anything BEN HUR was sired by the Imported German rFirst06Iander Abdallali dan byGJencoe Third DamA Drennpn Mare 10 to inure a Living Colt SlO EWALjBlack Prince This Jack has gained such a reputation through his coltsthat 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 100 Colts around here last season I stand him this season to insure a living colt at 8 for Horse Mule and 1 d for Mare Mule Mules will bring long prices this time Istand all my stock to insure living colts except when ma ears sold or parted with then the fact is assumed and money due at that date All taken to revent accidents but not careI should any occur A lein retained on all colts service fee are paid J E 1j 1 SHELBYfree A PACKAGEOf SUNSHINE Finishes AND A SET OF SUNSHINE Furniture TO THE i FIRST 25 LADIES VISITING OUR STORE TODAY EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE I V Put a Little SUNSHINE in Your Home t r AND MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For Sale by c CHl c J HAYDON THE SUN and A j DailyII rald2rL HIDINNCOFFIN taking Establishment Danville Kyf March 30Hiding in a coffin prepared for the corpse of a woman George Woods a negro accused of assaulting Virgil Short escaped to policeAfterofficers and ccitizens to the undertaking establishment of his brother and up to that time was always in sight but there all trace of him Was lost A cof fin was being prepared to bury an old negro woman from the place of Mr Charles P Cecil and the fact that the negro was lost at the establishment together with the fac t that a negro answering his discrip ion was seen walking with the hearse bearing the coffin about three mile from Danville indicates that the negro was in the coffin when the search was made for him and that he was afterward released by confederates and continued on his way towards Perryville where the burial was to take place with some members of the funeral party tis alleged that the negrostruck Short with little or no proyacation Two severe blows were struck one on the forehead and the other behind the ear Though seriously injured young Short will probably get well HIGH SCHOOL HOTES Whoso bloweth his own horn the same shall be blown with muchness Whoso bloweth not his own horn the same shall not be blown at all Booker McClaskey was back to see us the last of the week A debate will beheld in Prof Humes Loom Friday afternoon on the subject Resolved that the white race com mitted a crime when they took America from the Indians Two weeks have been taken in the preparation of the speeches and a spirited argument is ex pected The Literary and Debiting society has not met for two weeks as the members are now busy with the final home stretch before the end of the year Mr Coyle our genial janitor was sweeping one of the school rooms one evening last week when he read on the board the words Find the Greatest Common Devisor Turning around with a puzzled look he exclaimed Is that thing lost again 1Prof the chorus for commencement and is extraordinary success considerng the fact that many of then are entirely new in the work The souls of the unfortu nates who must stay in after schoolare cheered by the melodies although it seems hard to study missed lessons under the circumstances Robert seems to have been grossly mistreated when we referred to him courting in our last iesue He informs Us that he has quit such frivolties We sincerely beg his pardon for such an imputation Sam Wells was summoned Thursday Heart Weakness The action of the heart depends upon the heart nerves and muscles When from any cause they become weak or exhausted fail to furnish sufficient power the heart flut ters palpitates skips beats and in its effort to keep up its tiyork causes pain and distress such zs smothering spells short breath fainting pain around heart arm and shoul ders The circulation is im peded and the entire system suffers from lack of nourishment Dr Miles Heart Cure makes a heart s and vigorous by strengthening these nerves and muscles I had palpitation and pain around my hPnrt and the doctors It was Incurable I dont believe It now for after taking six bottles of Dr Miles- IJeartCure three bottles of theNervtne and Uir e boxes of the Nerve and Liver Pills I am entirely cured and feel better than I have for five years and It Is all due to these remedies I want you to know that your medicines cured me It relieved me from the first doe and I kept right on till the pain In my chest was gone and I kept on feeling better even after I quit- taking JOHN H Dr Miles Heart Cure 4s sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Cot hart Ind r Ii f H One Pair of Eyes To a life time and still you neglect and abuse them II Your Eyes May Need Attention f Need it badly Why dont you give itlo them You put it off f I from day to day Do you know risk you run yeSightour charges are moderate i We fit all kinds of glasses Kryptox Invisible Bifocal or To ic Our work is guaranteed to give satisfaction W C GRIGSBY the Optician will make his regular trips to Springfield again this year Will be in Spring fild the second Saturday in April the 14th 4w GRIGSBYBARDSTOWN KENTUCKY Oi Ss OCSlSSl SSSiOSl S1SSl1 1S1 as witness in a case tried that after noon As a witness those who saw him say Sam conducted himself in aI manner that did honor to himself and his Civil Government class It is all right as long as he is witness for someone else and not tne prisoners at the bar but we haves fficient faith in Sam to believe that even under those circumstances he would bring honor to the place t l Louise dutifully giving the table for liquid measurefour gills make one pint 2 pints make one quart one quart makes makes Harry hearing her hesitation makes you drunk irThe Ne rDoWell IChicRKO Tribimei He planhalfFor an unlopkedfor act that would wayHe with a friend who was ill And to do you a favor would work with a will But he never amounted to much There was something about Whim that got to heart It was plain that he never was playing a part But that all that he did he was doing for you And that he was a friend who was lasting and true But he never amounted to much All the boys he grew up with went rising to fame There were some who made money and a name Art an music and letters the laW or finance Every oneof the rest made the most of = 9ButWhy there wasnt a child but would come to his arms For of jingles and stories he knew all the charms Yes and even the dogs in the street used to leap At his hand with a bark that was laughingly But he never amountedtomuch And nobody could tell why he had suchI ahold On the rich and the poor and the young and the old He was always on hand for some kind little deed He instinctively knew when a friend in need rtwas never amounted to much They have folded his hands they have restAnd hold all the friends he possessed Andfair memories mingled their smiles with the tears Of the ones who recall the good deeds of his years But he never amounted to much Danger From The Plague Theres grave danger from the plague of Coughs and Colds that are so preva lent unless you take Dr Kings Discovery for consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where colds prevail I find it quickly ends them Ii prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonederful relief in Asthma and Hay Fever and makes weak lungs consumptionCoughsand Guaranteed by C J Haydons drugstore Trial bottle free Leading Baptists of Kentucky are tryng to perfect an arrangement to change date of General Assembly from June to November Farmers too busy in June Chamberlains Salve is good for any itchingandsale by every dealer in Blue Grass Mrs Rebecca Kessenger riinty old was found dead in her yard yearsI Lines Mill A large flock of wild gees has been flying about over Garrard county for two we ks and from thei actions say old sportsmen their leaden is lost Taylor Warnock promoter of the Elliott county diamondfield expects to have machinery working at theqmines before April 15 Lena Hughes eight old of noarMaysville strangled to d jjjth fromkgrain of corn lodged in her th oat L a SOUR STOMACH Is a common and distrtM complaintItprotesting ag Inst improper food h stily devoured or too hearty meals and if the warn- Ing is unheed d serious results will foll w When your stomack rebels at this abuse It becomeS inactive your Jood fet xrients formand there i trouble ahead Thequickest safest and surest way to conquer this condi ion and prevent its return is to immediately commence the use of Dr CaldweUsLaxatla Syrup Pepsin putthingsIt is just what your stomac needs paratioawillconvinteyouthatourclaim e e ence YDrCakliwells can be In h il dollar sizes from till druggists Your money will be refun ed if it does not benefit youtYour postal yard request retnnt CALfWELLSBOQK SYRUP CO Meatleellelllial Sofdby The Rid Cross DrugStoro j Meats Below we print a sort a meat directory Anythi ig you want any time you want i t Roast Steak Pork Roast Pirlf Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chops Yoal Roast Veal Chips Vial Cvtlotts- Picklei Pi Foo- trPiokiodloIofna Ham Iroakfast lacer fI Mince Moat Fish Every Thus ax WoilnosUy ICARPENT RS Meat fliarket THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 ISPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLARs Iri Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldIYi TERMS OFt SUBSCRIPTION y a One Year 5100 Blx louth8i BOO Tbreeilonthv 25 talwaysyouwW1 t ANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We areauthonzed to announce HON BJ6HNSONi of Nelson as a candidate for Congressionaldistrict Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington County subject to the action of the Democratic party THERE IS GOING TO BE A FIGHT We are going to have a local option fight in Washington county at least the signs of the times point to it Temperance people are going to ryTRY HARDto vote whisky out of Washington county Saloon people are going to try TRY HARDto keep ft in End there you have it We trust the fight will be marked by an absence of hard feelings Be it said to the credit of Spring = fields saloon men they are good citizens lawabiding every one of them They have many stanch friends who will vote against the saloon not saloonbman P JENSONTONJ Farmers in our community are very much belated in the way offarm work owing to the late spring Mrs J Ci Campbell who has been sick is improving Mr Colie Lay moved into the house vacated by Mr Obe Pope Mr Raymond Edwards was in Louis ville the first of the week selecting his stock of spring goods Mrs Lucy Cannon who has been o nsthe sick list is some better friends and neighbors gave Mrs Mag Elliott a birthday dinner Wednes day March the 28th There were abou- fortyfive present and all report an enjoyable time Rev H P Hatchett filled his regular appointment at Beech Grove Saturday ana Sunday Brother Hatchett preach ed to large crowds Interesting sermons were heard Miss Eliza Ishamhas returned ome after a two weeks stay with her siste- on Deep Creek The prospect for apples and pears is very good but peaches cherries plums etc are very badly damaged if not killed Mr RL Cocanougher and family of Deep Creek visited his parents Mr and Mrs George Cocanougher at this place Sunday night I A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years jirjntense suffering from dispepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her and restored the strengthand activity she had in the prime of life writes Mrs W LGil patrickof Danforth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver srid Kidneys right purifies the blood and cures Maleria Biliousness and Weaknesses Wonderful Nerve Tonic Price 50c Guaranteed cby C J Haydon John Alexander Dowie founder of Christian Catholic Church of ZionJ was yesterday deposed as a and suspended from membership All theI red and personal property held byt Dowie in Zion City has been transferred to voliva the new overseer A telegram was sent to Dowie notifying him of 1 s isinissal- r 1 SPARROW C C Allen still continues in our midst buying aad prizing tobacco Mr Thos Corn and Miss Lola Redman were married at the home of the bride on Saturday parch 17 Rev J M John son officiatin j Afer the ceremony the happy coup drpve to the home of the grooms fat er where an elegent sup per awaited hem All present spent a delightful evening We wish them long and hap y life Born tot e wife of Clarence Block on Marc 18 a boy We have had some unusally bad weather anc3 armwork is somewhat delayed I cads especially the dirt roads are in very bad condition t Dogs got a nong a flock of sheep belonging to MrsS E Vowels crippling some of the heep The ogs of J C Stewart got among bunt nf shoats belonging to W C Comm kkling two and crippling anther fiMr Stewart killed his dogs Miss Ruby Snider of near Valey Hill spent j few days last week visiting at horae of J C Stewart Dr jT T Barnett and wife of Mack vilte spent Sunday with his mother of his place R H Croo spent last Wednesday with W R ft oore and family Clarence M irtirf has gone to Illinois where he con emplates making his fu ture homeI Luther Ridhardson our blacksmith has moved to Wakefield Miss Jappa Barnett is spending a few days with Mus Lula Franklin at Hills boro The sick in this Community Mrs S E Voweld ft rs Elizabeth Tinsley and Mrs W R Mcore are not improving- N BMcClaskejS Sr arid N B Mc Claskey Jr were in our midst one day last week stock RN Vowels sold to H G Dadismah one cow and calf for i40 E V Mar in bought of J N But singer a nice threeyoarold filly for 11500 t Frank Redrian bought of Jim Breeding al tract of land for 140 Owen Cross field sold to Timothy Corn one yearling olt for 35 Fred Sparn w died March 22at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Charlie Spar ow He was about 19 years old and tad been in bad health for several ye xrs but had been improving very fast for the last year untill three weeks a ro when he had an attack of lagripp f om which he gradually grew weaker ntH last Thursday just as the sun vas sinking to rest h breathed his1st The funeral services were conduct d the following day by Rev G C Alien at New Liberty churchin the resence of a large number of sorrows ig friends after which his body was lid to rcJt in New Liberty burying gr und The deceased was a member of t le Ghristaia Church He had lived an xemplary Christian life ever since uni ing with the church life that migh be heldp to all youn men as an example He will be missed at churcha Sunday schools and a home Father mother sister and brother weep rot for Fred but rather r rejoice for we that they that die in the Lord shall live again in that eter nal home beyond the sljies There is no death the tars go down To rise upon some fairer shore crownTttey1 CHAPLIN 0 e reprtm you r paper r on account of the illness ot the corres pondent Mrs Jame SimpSO Siplace March 30 and the remains were cemetaryonson was a f flower of Christ always Hirs r and several cl ildren to mourn her going from this eu th to the heavenly Home The entireco munityextend to the be reaved family especially the fou youngest boys their sympathy Mr Bland Push spent turday and Sunday witri is parents herb returpedhomeKentuckv Miss Mary feale st II continues the guest of her grandparents in Bardstown Mr and Mrs D B Sutherlanden tertamed in onor of their oldest sun Robert and daughter Eva on Tuescla night Those present were Miase- Grace Smither Lillis Pulliam Liz Hus ton Claudia Bale Frankie Milton Nora Neale N it Huston and lira GT Harrison As always a splendid time was spent by a in this hospitable home Mrs Je hn jrakompn was in Bards towel ons day list week Seyeral fro i here will attehd the Sunday S hoo and C W B Mcon vention o th fifth district which will be heldlt ihe Parkland Christian church L uisv lie April 10th and 10th Misses ora and Sue Rose Neale wer guests of Miss rankle Milton last week As a res lit c f the recent bad weather many in our community have severe colds lagrippe antI pnoumonfa Mrs Rebeccn Kcjssonger ninty years 1LinT COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky S P Thompson Admn etc Plaintiff vs K Goodlett Defendant + Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the February term 1906 in the above styled cause for the sum of 150 interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 28 day of December 190G until paid I proceed to offer for sale at the Court in Springfield Ky on MjONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbe ing County Court dayto the highest and at public auction upon followingdescribed thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on Long Lick creek in Washington county bounded Beginning at a Stone on bank of said creek corner to Gray thence down safe creek 2260 poles to a stone corner to Sleet Chessir thence with Chessirs line S 55J E3140poes to stone thence 58 E lOA poles to stone thence N83 E 27 poles to stone thence No 80i E 845 poles to stone thence N 105 E 36 15 poles to stone thence N 57 E 94 poles to beginning Containing 6J acres Amount to be raised 21045 purchaseror bearinglegala judgment Bidders will he prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W CC COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky W H Rikerctc PlaiAtifJTvs T H Royalty etc ll By virtue of a judgment dorder of the Washington Circuit court rendered at the October term 19ii in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for SpringfieldMONDAYAPRHj23 1906 thereaboutbeingCounty best bidder at public aiiction upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen months tho following described prop erty towit or to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made i A tract of land on the loomfeld and Harrodsbur turnpike hounded on the North by said turnpike dn the East by Southeasteby of CC Durr and C ley on Southwest by of Jerome Shirley and Richard Leonard and on North by Paralce Sanderjs Containing 65 acres and 21 Amount to be raised 134755 Cost 4320 139075 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with app oveil security bearingglegalpaid and l1lvin the for c and effect of preparedtMG LEACHMAN C W C G r COMMISSIONERS SALE Mrs KylKelly Plaintiff vs C B MUddet9 Defe antlEquity By virtue of a judgment sail order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court- g rendered at the February term 1906 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to otter for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Kybn MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 p m or tl ereabout b ing County Court dtiyt the highest and best iddcr atpublieiauction upon a credit of six and feel months the following described prop tty towit or sumsdcountyKyturnpike and the railroad about ono isrpoint in the Eastern cdgoCtflPiight of way of the railroad 50 feet eastof the center of the line thereof on the rdold fence row in tilulict 18 line to a stone in same N E 26iand in links with Mullicans line thenct to a walnut corner to James Snea yi Mullicans one thence with Skiers line N VI70 poles and 10 links to corner to toll gate lot thonce S 86J W io the center of the Bloomfield and Springfield turn sudsfork of Rqaa Run thence N S6 W litI poles to the eastern edge ofi right away 50 feet center line thereof thence to the beginning Containinacres Two notes and interest 126005 Costs iil7i uTTotal amUunt to bo raised1321si- 1I the purchase price tre purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearirlglCluJinterost anu a landepromptlywithM G LEACHMAN M W C r J C Carman prisoner in Benton attempted suicide in his call but rope hurt him and he cut himself down H rr Ladies New Spring Suits- Y Jacketsa 11I a on The Big Store This line is made especially for us one of the best Manufacturers of Ladies Ready tqWear Garments in this Country Each Garment has STYLE FIT kind FINISH which will appeal to the wearers of Good Clothes We have them in the Newest Materials ani most Popular Shades If we should not have your exact size we will take pleasure in hiving it made upfor you to your special measure IIWe also t wish to call your attention to our New Stock of j WOOLEN DRESS GOODS WhiteGoods Linens Embroideries Laces Organdies Batistes Lawns iinghams Perez leSEtc New and Large- Stock of Wall Paper Carpets MattingsLirio leu Ins Rugsf Window Shades and Lace Gurtains SEE OUR SPECIAL DISPLAY OF SPRING STYLES IN SHOES THIS WEEKI ROBERTSON BROS tj tc Ill MclNTlRE i The infant child of Mr and Mrs S B Nally died last Saturday Mn and Mrs Nally are both quite sick Misses Susie Keene and Josie McIn tire art visiting in Louisville this week Mr soffit Wheatly loft this week for Kahsas City Mo to make his fu ture h me f Mr Kent Mclntire was in Louisville oil Sunday Mr Dan Bishop after spending sometime with his mother at this place has returned to his home in Vyashington IndIMr Robert Nally of AthertonYille was called here last week the illness ofi his mother He was accompanied by Mrs Virgie Boland Miss Teresa Haydon of dhicago is the pleasant guest of her siter Mrs R A Alvey Miss Genevive Mudd of Cicilville is t Now at + by +spending this Week with her sister Mrs Dave Graves Miss Bettie Shercliff a very pretty and accomplished young lady of Bot land is in our country soliciting chances on a fine gold watch and young men find it hard to refuse her I1Ir T E Ballard and wife visited relatives in Frederickstown last Sun day Miss Lizzie Hamilton of Marion county is the guest of her sister Mrs Ben Miles at this place Mrs John Williams boasts of having quite ifcfreak in the form of a fourfoot ed chicken Mrs R B Montgomery and family have removed to Springfield to reside Mrs Montgomery is a splendid lady and the community regrets very much to lose her and her family R A McIntire bought ofJ F eenl one work mule at t125 Paul Keen bought of MomtWheatlyI a fancy buggy Look IIIr I mmm II UNDERTAKING m Display E are today zmd from now on will be better equipped to serves the people in the undertakers business than ever before We have two new cars one white rubbertire car for you u people and the other a black car for elder ly people We Jmvq a man of tyentynuie years experience Con nected with us one v o knows every detail of the business He is an EXPERT EMIJALMER and a painstaking uptodate FU NERAL DIRECTOR There is no better in this line We rer snectfully jinvitca part of the patronage of the public and we feel that we and to render satisfactory service in every pfcirtitular We have a GRAVE VAULTthe exclusive right for Washington county no other undertaker can use it in county These Vaults arco Stone and Will Preserve the Casket and the Body fOREVER When these vaults are used water can notreach the caskot they are Sealed made air Kht This vault can be sold for 25 while the steel or metalic much higher It is also wellknown that the chemicals of the earth will in time destroy those but the stone vault when placed iniflie earth is in its natural state and will last for all time to corpeWE PROPOSE TO GIVE THESE VAULTS AWAY or a so that the people can see their val ut in the preservation of body and casket They are far superior to any other vault or metalic casket They LAST FOREVER HAYDON BURTON T I t t Ed Keene bought of J A Fields two calve at 10 50 each J d Ensor bought of David Graves one calf at 13 and on of Twyman Keen at 12 W J Smith bought of T E Ballard one sew at 19 One of our yonng men who recently etnba ked upon the ma rimonial sea and b gan housekeeping ear here reports that one of his fire irons has strayed or stolen Any i formation of it be rewarded will eumatism Mates lie Miserable valuablepossessionyoucann t enjoy its if you are suffering from rheumatism You throw aside busines cares when you ehter your home anc you can be reliev d from those rh umatic pains Balm19neco use a shprt willIbring about permanent ctire FoVsale by every dealer in Blue Grass t t r ITT ASfoni Grave Vault I FREE mSa- sLiT Tii THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 y r a TVOCAROADSOFW- e ij d are now our line of b es Some of the racedthatp s the Come to see us 1v 1 Bring asack along and lit us fill if with the I e best Northern White Seed Oats I i Theres a Reason WhyO- UR DRINKS ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS I The Reason is of Experience and Success are Back of every Bottle Pure Granulated Sugar and Distilled Filtered are Iused in Making our Beverages IARKETirRed Rock Ginger Ale Sozo Kola fLemoLimo Root Beer SOLD BY GROCERS DRUGGISTS AND FOUNTS ICARBONATED 5c Local News Notes Onion set at MCCabesr Be sure and call at our store one day next week McElroy Shultz u Mr M H will ship another Carload of eggs this week Seed potatoes at Johnson McCabe BRICK BRICK If you want brick ee W P Lawrence LesrLast county court day I lost r Springfield a horse blanket and lap vjbe Return to Albert Willett Biaeuils baked right in thpeeminutes f7ery day next week at our store McElroy Shultz Gar andflower seeds of all kinds It JohnsoH McCabes For S IJChurch chandelier with six lights In perfect order inquire of G W Lyons Shrager Bros of Philadelphia have spenedup a Gents Furnishing Store in lje Barber building Try our milk Bread Johnson McCabe Aunt Belle McElroy an old and re pected colored woman died here last Sunday Come and see the great cooking won der at our store all next weekj adivertisement in this Shultz tIFishing tackle of all kinds at Johnson McUabes Little Harry Tice Bright arrived at the home of Air and Mrs H T Hale April 2 Try Pawnee oats at Jbhns6n McCabes Mr G H Ballard The Sun that he has located at Corbin Ky for the present He says he will probably spend the summer there M H Jones wants to buy a good heavybodied work horse not loss than 1200 pounds Small blemishes not ab jectionable I Royal Patent at Johnson McCabes NoTiCEjAll indebted to the firm of Jarboe Campbell are request ed to settle same at once A They are made right they are pure clean healthful IYears Water Doapade Jones writes persons BRICKEN BROS COI ijnISalted peanuts Johnson McCabe Important NoticeAre yoijr chick ens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but I apes them laaskyour drugget for it Prig 50 centsat- all drug stores EGGS EGGS EGGSA C Kimball has for sale White Wydndotts White Plymbth Rocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs rom nur bred stock at75 centsfor 15 pd 21 Special prices on mackeral and white fish to clpse out Johnson S AlcCabe Mr C A Wilson of Marion county has perhaps t e finest mulecolt ever foaled in thincounty When one week old he was ofT red 110 for it The colt Is by Bill GoJGbel the fine jack of L D Baker place f Wanted ha ns bacon lard shoulders jowls dress fowls at Johnson McCabes Mr FF Audd sold to a Lexingtojv party a two y 3arold jack last week for 450 and Mr Thos Hamilton sold to the same par y a young jack for 350 Air M dds ack was by Air Hays jack Dr AIcIhord NOTICE CIUGKEN RAISERS R4t144 is sddjuhdar a postiye guara your locql duggist to cure RoupeI Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refum ed AIrsJi H jWycoff of Alackville has just returned from Louisville wheretshe selected an uptodate spring and summer millinery Low prices Come see the stock belore purchasing elsewhere nicanSisters aYt s willbevery jlad if all will take rioti of this NOTICE =It is very rioccessary that the estate ofF AI Campbell be settler d soon as possible A11 persons indebted to the estate lire requested to pay the Same at once to the under signed Tufio Q CAMIMJELL Administiatc r of tilt cwtate of F AI Campbell MrJ T Jrcgory splV to Louisville parties last veek ithirtysf our head 1800 pound cattl at per hundred seve teen cattle 1800 poundat 5 per hun dred and five cattie about 1100 pounds at 450 AI L AI Grogory sold fifr teen ca tie 1400 pound at 185 per hun redf1 L lX1i lXYJXiIi Display of v 1 PATTERN MATS I Saturday April 7r r Will show the Gage Tailored Hats and other patterns I from invitedLthe leading husesin Chicago Everybody cordially MRS WILLIAMSIc NaR a d1Ju thr O D ROBERTSON CO Spr ngi dKyI 11 Why buy a cat in a sackat our exhibit next week we will show you a Majestic in actual Shultz TilE W C B 11 AThe Washing ton County Business Mens OpeiiaHousefected arrrangements looking to the complete organization of that body Bylaws are now Mr MAMan organization of this nature and who perhaps has done more to perfect the body than any other member is quite enthusiastic over the prospects for a strong association We are glad to announce that the condition 6t Mr Lloyd Claikson is thought to be somewhat improved during the past few days The wound in the leg which it will be remembered he re ceived from a stray bullet during an al tercation between a white boy and ne- gro boy in Springfield fewweeks ago is not healing as rapidly as the physi clans desire It is thought possibly the ball is imbedded in the bone of the leg which keeps up an irritation and prevents the wound from healing THe X ray will be used in an effort to locate the bullet and the physicians believe that they will be successful The bul let would then be remqvedand Mr Clarksons speedy recovery would r6 suit 1 MT ZION J Mr Clarence AlitchelHvas inour coinamunity last week buying stock He bought of J B Hays several head of cattleat 4c of H ll Bonta one cow andcaif for 35 of llrHood several hogs at 5lc Mrs C AI Williams ynd babv spent Monday with her mother Mrs Dawsori near Bloomfield Messrs Vallas Pinkston and Herber- Creme were in Springfield one day last week Mrs Kate Williams and Miss Lydia Bishop and Hugh Williams of Midway were the pleasant guests at the home of L L Williams last week MrS A Bayne who has bee n con fined to his room for several days is convalescing Miss Claudie Neale visited Miss Grant Hays Sunday r JiPJ- aYSjwere arWe are having considerable rain present The river and creek have roadns around here are almost past traveling News is scarce this week as the arweathera teis a hard mat ter to write a letter of much interest Mr J P Johnson our popular mer chant has returned horn Louisville where he has been selecting his Stock of spring and summer goods Paul Chcathum of Brooksville ha been visiting his grandparents at thisj place Mrs G W Sherley and little granddaughter Eva Pinkston visited at the home of Aln Alerrel Pinkston here one day last week We areglad to report io new caSos weeknAir Joe Hays and family of near here left last Week for Illinois to make that state their home We wish thorn much success HILLSBOROT April comps in with pretty sunshiny days and everybody looks pleased the farmers are talking pf burning tobacco beds Airs Jane Coulter is very sick at this writing Rev W E Sutherland had the mis fortune to lose his best milch cow last week Mrs J 11 Montgomery spent Satur day with Airs Mat Inman Mr Col Sottles is still on the sick list Mrs J A Coulter Sabe Coulter and wife spent Sunday with Doc Coulter and family Mrs Annie Montgomeryspent last Monday with Eatsa Coulter Mr Evan Sales and family Air Lewis Clark and wife visited Air Josh Inman and family last Sunday uoQoQoooo ooG 0 j PersonalNofesn 00 Visitors In and Out of Town A tt RoundUp ofthe Weeks q 0 Personal News 0aft M rsE S Alayes Jr and sister iss Fannie fc lrjYtvisit9id friends Lin Campbellsville Miss Miranda Tucker ijs visiting friends in Lebanon Mr Andrew CUh ing ainvas in Cynthtana last week pn business Air S E Clements was Bards town Tuesday on business tUl Alessrs Jim and Frank tgom ery attended the funeral of Airs Alex Montgomery f Mead county Tuesday Mrs H P Shader is the r of I friends in Louisville this veckIDr Earnest Crume of frederick town was here Tuesday on Misses Hallie and Lydia Huston of Maud were in shopping Tuesday Mr H S Towler spent Wednesday 1in Lebanon iI=Air L G Smith of Sllqlbyville was the guest of Mr AI H Jones Thursday Mr Tom Edelen who as called home by the death of his mother has returned to Louisville Mr and Mrs John Alahon of Leb non spent Sunday with re atives at this place T Iterof F 11 Edwards of Lebahoh Aliss Alyrtle Price is Miss 0Gertrude daYstweek vDrwere in Louisville last Week l T MiSS Della Carpenter returned home after a weeks IiPIi with her sister in Danville MiStie Cain has Ben quite dick for several davs Ala on Carpenter was In Danville last Fricay f r J R AIontgomeEy visited jlI in Lebanon Wednesday Eva Bailey of Ha visited mends in Springfield tlondayI Miss Nellie Andrews 6f Maud spent Alonday at this place Misses Lizzie and Bertha Haydon are visiting friends in Bai dstown and Louisville Dn Hamilton pf Ft dricktown spent Tuesday hero AIr John Clomenfc aiid sister Miss May AFiilvey f Lobjjinon were here Tuesday shoppih j Frricktowns r spent with Rev JP F Hen ncsseytthersi pamlbeu lof Bards f Lebanon was here the first of the week one business IIIis= Mrs Cleveland of r baron is the guest of Airs Ragsdale at this place Air and Airs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon were hero the first of the week shopping J Mr R H McElroy has been con fined to his room for saveraj days with 1lIrsgoing treatment at Elizabeth Hospital J Airs J W Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown are in Louisville this week = Rev Aliles Saunders of Shepherd villeis herespending a fey days with friends Miss Pearl Connor has returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs Kate Willi Airs T B msj spending a few days at this place has home at Pineville d T +H H+ AYIiIi On the above date the Ladies of Washington cob ty are invited to visit our Millinery Parlors and see the 4pre1tiestand most attractive Jirie of Spring illine y + In Springfield f t I A Handsome PATTERN Line of HATS t I Will be on Display i1Our i Parlors are now located up siatrs over Peoples Banii t THEKNOTTCO It0 0 00 00 0 0 0 ftt ftHtit TftH LOUiS1villers moved to the house recently purchased of Rev P F Hennessey on High street lIrand Mrs Joe Claybrooke of Louisville are visiting friends arid relatives heretiAir Will Hagan has been quite ill i stomach trouble for several days is how much better Dr GN Shaunty of Louisville called home this week by the ill nIerickstownMiss Fannie Hoskins of Campbell ville Air Ernest Graves and sister of Alarion county spent Saturday Sunday Whorter here with Air and Mrs andI Air J B Robertson has returned from Rome City Ind where he had been undergoing treatment ift the sanitarium in that citvMr Robertsons condition is improved Lieut W 0 Reed who has been stationed lit Yellowstone Park for some time was called home this week by the illness of his father Air T W Recd near Willisburg 4I I fIJ IXI Cont ilmted to TIe Sun Never MindI Wha s the use of always fret ing At the trials yon shall find Pass hem oer by quick forge ting Tr vel on and never mind Shou d you always stop to won y Oe r the little acts unkind You nay miss lifes sweetest p easureK Tn vol on and never mind Do nt harbor darksurinisings Things perhaps none edr designed They will soon become as real Tr vel on and never midd Look not ever for the evil Se k the good and you will fi id That twill often bring you pIe sure Tr vel on and never mind Do n t cherish every trouble Be to the brighter side incH d Worry only serves to double Things youd better never mi id So th n life is what you make it And you oft are color blind Tho i s dark do not forsake it mindl 3 JOHN Ma or E W Lillard of lanville Adjutant 4oLL1 EUQ The IFor The SOOT I THE AMERICAN LADY SHOE hasan individuality of Istyle fit and finish that appeals it once to the good ta te rYbestr medium price OUR AMERICAN GENTLEMAN SHOE Most men have shoe troubles and for the man Who wants perfect shoe i AmericanGentlemanqualities of its worthy namesake The minuteste detail of fine custom shoe making is portrayed in this shoe P Ja THOMASr IT1r 7 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 A Patroness of Genius iBy HOWARD FIELDING i Copyright by Charles W Hooke CULVER isa widow MRS ng and fair and very rich ways have been ways of pleasantness throughout the whole span of her years and she Is today the happiest creature that exists under the blue arch of heaven Even a trifling malady of the heart withI which she ig afflicted may becounted ma a blessing not only to herselt but to her physician and to me It spices fcer life with a delightful though wholly imaginary uncertainty She IsI capable ota delicious melancholy andI treads the wows of the gentler philoso phers with a profit and Joy which might otherwise be denied to her Andi besides she takes a lively pleasure in changing her will about once in three lmonths with the help of my legal ad VIce Upon such occasions the enumer ation of her various properties gives tier a childish gratification wholly un mercenary a liberal fee is mine and when I meet tier doctor we never fall to shake hands upon the excellent state of Mrs Culvers health and upon the cheering prospect that her generosity i jnay still be an amelioration of our lives in this hard world years hence when we are old Mrs Culver is a discoverer of genius chiefly in the fields of music and poetry and has helped many worthy young persons with only a moderate sprinkling of mere schemers and spongers Every new object of her favor inspires her with a fresh desire to attack the Impossible problem of establishing a permanent charity for the needy chit dren of Apollo and only upon paper of course I have squandered millions dellscacy restrains her from immediate benefactions of any great magnitude and so she adds a codicil to her volum inous will and nearly always revises her general scheme of charity at the same time Upon a certain day I had an appoint went to call upon Mrs Culver at 3 In the afternoon and 1 looked forward to the usual agreeable interview When I entered her house I was aware of music very good music as I am compelled to admit Some out was playing upon the piano In the smaller drawing room upon my right I guessed at once that the performer must be a young Dane named Nils Kronold whose genius had recently been brought to Mrs Culvers attention The butler informed Mrs Culver of my presence and she came to the reception room where we exchanged a few words I learned that she had en countered Mr Kronold in one of the big stores and had brought him home in her carriage If I cared to hear him play she would take me into the draw HB KBONOLD BEEMED OBUYIOUB OF OUR COMING ing room but if time pressed with me she would dismiss him and give her at tention to business Meanwhile the talented Dane continued to discourse most excellent mu- SIc and although my conversation with Mrs Culver occupied more minutes than the brief summary of it might seem to Indicate Mr Kronold did not cease to play The sound was always in my ears although not constantly at tended yet Iam sure that If it had been Interrupted beyond the natural small pauses of the musical score I should instantly have been aware of the fact and should not have failed to remember it afterward- I have said however that I did not give a steady hearing to the sweet strains that were wafted across to us The reason was twofold first I preferred the voice of my hostess to any other music and second I had ob served something which though it had no especial significance at the moment excited my curiosity and tended to deflect my attention Behind Mrs Culver there was a mirror and it gave me a view of the part of the hall and of the entrance of the room where Mr Kro fold was A heavy curtain was hung across that door I saw the butler a lean dark anxious man whose name tit Derby draw the curtain aside and eater I saw him presently emerge and It seemed to me that his demeanor was not ordinary It was furtive tense and nerve usly Indecisive Tlii re was a chair In a corner of the hall md he sat down hiIt and got up again In an unnatural way as If his actio had beau part of h mild night mare I saw his right hand hovering around the breast ocket of his coat and I knew that tl at pocket held un usual contents Ft ally he glanced to ward the door of ihe reception room caugh t a glimpse I suppose of my ob servi g eyes In the mirror and immu dlatel his distress increased By all means said I In response to a rem wed suggestion by my hostess I shoal be very much pleased to meet Mr K onold Upo i this we crossed to the drawing room the butler holding the curtain for our convenience and entering after us In response to a sign from his mistress who oubtless required some small service of him though what It was she could not remember for the excitement of the next few minutes obliterated the naatien from her mind Mr ronold seemed oblivious of our comlnir His back was toward us his eyes f ere intent upon the score for it appeared that he was playing something new to his repertory a purchase of this afternoon This circumstance may a count for the fact that he was giving his third rendition of It when we entered I remembered having heard those chords while butler was admitting me to the house and again while Mrs Culver and I were talking ia the reception room J I think that Mrs Culver was about to make a gesture to me indicating that we should wait in silence for the conclusion of the piece but a sudden shock of surprise arrested her Following the direction of her glance I saw a plain table which stood In the center of the room seemingly an ad ditlon to the ordinary furniture and now littered with a great number of unframed engravings upon the midst of which there lay a ladys hand bag The mouth of the bag was open and gaped it us pathetically like a dying fish Where is my money said Mrs Culver in a strained and whispering tone and I could have fancied that she address the1question to the empty bag anthat tile inanimate creatures open mouth replied in the popular phrase of the hay You can search me The Ifted K onold wheeled about upon the piano stool and sprang to hfs feet I Why Mrs ulverhe cried sureI ly its not possible I interupted him by suddenly addressing Derby the butler who wasI about to withdraw from the scene Dont go said I and then to MrsI Culver Pardon me I think It is important ftat Derby should remain I saw him enter this room and leave stJand sine then he has not been out my sight So It anything is missing he has a perfect opportunity to proveI his innocence Immediately In Justice to him I could not see him lose this chance y absenting himself at this Juncture r- Derbyi distress was extreme andI ludicrously obvious In my mind there was no oubt at all that the missing qocketWhatCulver And In what form was it Not quite 10000 she replied There were nine 1000 bills and she gave me the whimsical womanly reaI sons wh ch had led her to close her account with a certain bank and take the sum cash And y m carried so much money InI that bag said I It was a risk Ah bui this Is not an ordinary bagIsaid she and taking it from the tableI she close It and gave It to me LetI me see yc u open It I was u able to do so for there was a secret sp ng most Ingeniously devised This Is the way said she taklJigltI from me and In a moment she had replaced It Don the table openIAre yo u sure the money was thereI when you left this room I asked Positive she answered And besides the bag was closed Somebody must hay opened It Yes s lid KronoltLI distinctly remember hat it lay upon the table closed when isat down to the plano a few mpme its ago I dont remember where I put ItIsaid Mrs Culver but she added with decision Iknow thatIt was uUIIt lay ke this said Kronpld andI he put the bag upon a corner of the table not In the middle as it had lain when my i ttentlon was first drawn to it And pow he continued there have been only two persons in this room myself and this servant In this matter t w claim no advantage overI him His h nor may be as preclous to him as mln a is to me So this is what must be dene And he proceeded to empty his pockets But you were at the piano all the time protested Mrs Culver Aside from the ab mrdlty of the Idea that you would do men a thing you really couldnt yov know She turned to me for confirmation and I had no choice but to support the argument It was a perfect certainty at Kronold had played continuously for some time preceding Mrs Culvers leaving the room Nevertheless ISyleld ed to the musicians plea and toelped him search ilmself He did not have the money Then Per y stepped forward his hand in his breast pocket and with most moving evidences of shame and contrition h produced a letter ad dressed to frs Culver and bearing the return sti trip of a well known em ployment ag ncy He had given her the letter when she came In with Kronold and had seen her put It upon the table in he drawing room Some days before b J had Incurred the ladys ilspleasure tnd he feared this com munication d alt with the question of I his successor so he had so far dettased himself at the behest of natural curiosity as to go In and get the letter la tending to read It In the hall and return it to Its place before Mrs Culver sluryld miss it tut1 didnt take the money he declared vltb tents In his eyes And If he laud taken It what In the nmiH of till mystery had he done with 111 He could not have hidden It In the hull because sty eyes were on him and he had been nowhere else except In the drawing room itself and there not more than one minute as I could testify Moreover If Mrs Culver hind left the bug closed how could Derby have known that the money was In It Kronold knew for Mrs Culver had told him but the lady had opened the bag after entering the room and had seen the money In It Therefore if WHEIIB IS KRONOLD I DEMANDED Kronold had taken Itlt must still be In the room But the table was at least fifteen feet distant from the piano and my own ears bore witness that Kro nold bad played all the time that he was alone Mrs Culver evldentfy believed that Derby had hidden the money in the room and she began a search Derby meanwhile was leaning against the wall a figure of wood Kronold took me aside He had the bag In his hands and he overtly showed me a small moist stain upon It That looks to me like blood said he Do you observe that Derby has a scratch across two of his fingers Jes I answered but it doesnt seem to be bleeding hqndrkerchiefblood that shows that the fellow is lying for he said that he did not touch the bag Its only a step to the Chil drens hospital and one of the doctors could tell me In a Jiffy whether Its blood or not Then wed have Derby in a noosE iSAt this moment Mrs Culver in her search approached the piano and I saw a spasm of uncontrollable nervous terror sweep over Kronolds face A great illumination dawned upon my mlnfl the money was In the piano Mrs Culver had not remembered Just where she had put down the bag She must have put it on tile piano and not on the table Kronold had opened it with one hand while pounding tine keys with the other had taken out the money and then had cleverly tossed the bag to the table I may as well say at once that my deductionsexcept as to the hiding place of the moneywere absolutely accurate Taut Is precisely the way In which the robbery was committed Subsequent investigations proved Kro noll to be n beast of prey with a long record on the other side of the Atlantic He was besides as clever as a conjurer and one to whom the trick of the bags lock was simple as ABC At that moment I had an Inspiration to save Mrs Culver a shock A painful scene vas Inevitable but It would better involve no one except the thief and myself Mr Kronold has made a brilliant suggestion said I addressing the lady It lll necessitate our going out to getlie for a few minutes Iurl ask DerbyhereMrs Culver assented without ques tion jind Kronold and I left the room The musician seemed glad of my com puny and as I stepped out from Mrs Culvers portal Into the glare of the western sun my mind was busy with till riddle of tile mans demeanor The next Instant 1 was alone The heavy door was shut and Kronold was upon the other side of It It may have been ten seconds before I had the wit to use my knuckles and the belt Derby admitted me wonder Ing Where Kronold I demanded The butler stared and stammered Mr II supposed he went out with you This however was a grievous error Ur Kronold went out of that house byway of a basement door and thence to the street at the rear And now I come to the richest part yf the Jokethe money went with him It had been In hits pocket up to the mo ment when he stood by the table show Ing how the bag had lain Then the lever rascal put It Into the bag and snapped tile lock and immediately entered upon tile farce of the search of his own garments The plunder was hidden In the very receptacle from which It had been stolen and the thief so carried It from the scene of his re markable crime The stain upon the bag hemade WIth his own wetted 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somE thefollowingg YouwillthabigHAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS r Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware EU George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertleih Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles IL and N Railr dad L I Incoming Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bard3town Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville toOutgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves BardstoWn Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville THE SUN AND Bo h pa pers yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 W eekly Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 2 25 Country Gentleman 200 Farm ana Fireside 135 Farm Fjeld and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO YOUNEEDIT SAL VE- CURES f f Youncedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Tho aft Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures pile As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DRi J W THQAUS Hodgenville Ky i NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRJNGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts AU kinds of pension uusinewj specialty Have been In the business for thirtyfive years THOS J Graves ROBERTSON BROS Dealers I i Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc C W Haran Dealer Ii rGroceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W E Leacnman J Dealer III Furniture Carpets MuMical Instruments James J G ayes Watchmaker and Jew ler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy ClaybrookwIDealers Dry Goods Clothing Ioots and Shoes McElro Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc EdM Ru sell Jeweler Fine line W atches Clocks Silverware Etc j Time Tab onlyNo 25 pm 35 50II 00 II Daily 042 5125 a m 617 03II 755u Daily No 43 1240 p m 11 a m 930II 130u onlyNo 715 a m 800u 845u 935u 1o7 5p m rr 521 40 ally o 44 1 p m f- 2 r 440 m rPL r6 nJ aa I THE 2 i Chaplin Water I Power Roller Mills i MAKES ErQ n BEST FLOUR n irTHEn ne p 2 In Springfield i nd many 2 other sections of ashington Jcounty our brands are sold JICHAPLIN KY 5 0 ooOfl o n o o ttaia lLitart irt l I iiii o 0 FIRSfl In- i National iank f n itr n SPRINGFIELD CAPITAL Ft a Surplus and Un ivided n Profits 25000 J- n OFFICERS a- o B L Liteoy ProsJden John W Lewis Vice resident Jo A C McElroy Cash Ie L B Cain AstCashi sr R E Foster Bookkee er DIRECTOR IBLLltsey J Wl Lewis oSldney Green FU Campbell v o rJnoWe grant every favo consistent awith safe banking If you have n t already an accoun with this a bank wq invite your patronage nS op b a o o ao o oatlo Shoe Repairing1 I am located in the who esale harness shop of Allen Begemahi and am prepared to do all kinds of hi hclass shoe repairing at the most reds mable prices ADOLPH ZAH IZUUER 17 The deaf and du i shoemaker Subscribe for Vicari I r 5 is S ISI Unconscious Beauty J Original There was once king whose queen had been vain of bet beauty that he directed that their only child a daugh ter should be Kept from seeing her own features long possible The died when the little princess Henrietta was an Infant and the king placed the child In one of his palaces where she was brought up In charge of her aunt the Duchess Margaret Not a mirror was permitted In the palace and the king ordered the water In theartlficial lakes and basins with which the spa clous grounds abounded to be drawn off for fear the princess should catch the reflection of her face Ifrom time to time the duchess was required to make reports to the king concerning her THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL A 19- 06MlM8 18 8 8 11 w fiMAJESTIC BAKING k i DEMONSTRA TION One Week April 9th to 14th j0 I jMjflci r panmY 15 gallons 4 water heated to the point t4 Lolling while brew fast is cooking When v attr Itlelsloe net resin cars be moved awa from fire by shlftlnj the leaver shown J = =I Where pressure water Is used this malleable iron plnexlensten water front which has more heatlnf surface than any other supplies abundance fhet water te thelacer h l J lr h 7 SS II S a so as as ir charge The princess 1s growing to be very beautiful the duchess reported Henrietta was sixteen years old and Is absolute ly unconscious of Tier charms Tell her replied the that she Is very horn ly TIle order vas obeyed The princess who up to 11 is point had not thought of her own npp jarauce was seized with n desire to see what she looked like and the duchess was obliged to double the obstructions she had thrdVn in the way of her lomg so but in time Hen rietta began to consider that the sight of her ugliness would only distress her and she mUd e a vow never to see a reflection of her face When she was twenty her father died suddenllnnd she became queen near ber once broke the se cret of her beauty to her but she would not believe them Now that I am queen you are all disposed to r The latest things in Oxfords a All the latest styles A full line of neckwear the prettiest you ever saw Latest things in white vests T New daily Me r9 We Heartily Invite our friends to call any day during above mentioned week and we will demon = strate the Superior Qualities of the New Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron The MAJESTIC MALLEABLE and Steel Range as formerly turned out by the Majestic People has been considered throughout the entire country parexcellence and ahead of any other ange made But with the NEW CHARCOAL IRON BODY in place of Steel making It double its valu and the fact thatit is the only range in existence made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron you can readily see that if quality is considered the Majestic leads by a big WE WANT YOU CALL at our store during this week and let us explain this new featureCHARCOAL IRON BODIES let us explain why it is the best material range bodies and incidentally whyit is not used on other ranges We want you to call if you intend to buy or not as the information gained will serve in the future HOT AND BISCUITS FREE ICome any day during this week and have buttered biscuits and hot coffeej Biscuits baked on a Majestic In three minutes while you wait r HANDSOME SET OF WARE FREE With every range sold during this Demonstration we will give absolutely FREE one set of tic ware worth every cent of7Sa This ware will be on exhibition at our store Everything useful ornamental and durable Come in and see it and you will agree with us that it cjannot be bought for a cent less than 750 and it is cheap at thatqCome in any Day you are Welcome Whether you Intend to BUYorlrot IL 4rMcELROYSHULTZ to I SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY I Qi5s5iSsSiSiSSIO SS SIS ISL OISISI SSi IIl 11 when king Just rived spring spring GopdsArriving Grundy ntire J the Ranges far margin TO for you COFFEE hot flatter mo sue said and though Itbe uglier than Medusa you make me believe I am beautiful as Venus Her first edict was that any- One being Instrumental in showing her her features should at once be behead cdtMany neighboring princes proposed fmvthe hand of the queen but she be keying In her ugliness feared that when they came to see her they would be shocked and she would listen to none of them gOV1ecame u prey to a coalition of kings who formed an alliance to Invade her kingdom conquer It and divide It anjong them The queen did the best j she could to stem the tide that set In against her but having no general on whom she could rely her forces were beaten and there was every prospect that her kingdom would soon belong to her covetous neighbors For some time a young officer Theodorus had beep rising through merit alone from one command to another and at last the queen decided to appoint him her general In chief She had never seen him indeed she knew nothing of him except what he had accomplished In her service Meanwhile she yasso troubled about tier affairs that no one dared risk be ing Instrumental in showing her that she was beautiful Instead of ugly for In her present mood even the discovery that she had been mistaken might lead her to deal unmercifully with her former No sooner had the young general tllanIgreat vigor and generalship but per- sonaL bravery he routed the armies Hof his foes laid waste their own king loins and annexed them to the king dom of his soycrelgnfWhen the war was over great prep arations were made at the capital to receive the victorious army Even be fore his arrival the queen made Theodo rus a prince but this was only the be ginning ot the honors that were to be given hlifii Tie marched home with that portion of his army not needed to con trol the m wly acquired kingdoms and rode nt itsr head ou Its entry Into the capital The queen had directed that a throne be placed on the spacious elevn tlon forming ii front to Cor palace upon which to receive the yoang hero For fear he might break thr law in show ing her itd supposed ugliness and thus lose lily hond she sent tim a copy of the edict embroidered on velvet Upon his arrlviM at the palace ne threw him self from his horse before the throne ujid was about to kneel at the queens feet when he was startled at sight her transcendent beauty Then In stead of kneeling he thrust his polish ed shield before her race The effect was electrical The queen gazed for a + moment at her features then rising from her throne knelt at her subjects + feet uBe thou king she snlduI am no longer worthy to be queen for you have disobeyed my edict and as your + sovereign I should be obliged to be + head you That I cannot do Theodorus raising her led her back to the throne then knelt before her Gracious queen he sold I am ready as ever to die In your service In the field I served an unseen sover eign facing death from a sense of duty Now that I behold your august loveliness and have given you a sight of It I am ready to pay the penalty I await your majesty executioner Then the queen ordered another f throne to be brought and amid the huzzas of the people ordered the prince sIll hud created to sit upon It beside f her and the heralds to proclaim him king thus signifying that he should be her busbandIThe reign of Theodorus and Henri etta was the most giqrlous that had ever takeu place in the Kingdom- F A BITCH Li PUBLIC RENTING- OF + LAND AND SALE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY As agent of T 11 Lanham acting under written authorityIwill on Friday April fr lOOnI at 1 oclock p m at the residence of said Lanham about 1 J miles west of Springfield sew at public auctioniThree good brood mares all in jack ono twoyearold heifer twoi milcows one yearling steer three steer calves two good brood sows 24 f poundsOne f good two horse wagon 1 twonorae cultivator f1 twohorse plow 1 double shovel one steel harrow and Other farming implement I wit at the same time rent the farm f of said Lanham on the Springfield and f St Marrh turnpike about one and t tIPjsfarming six good rooms a barn and other fsuitable outbuildings The manner of cultivating the farm will be designated I ofTERMSand under cash All sums in excess of i 10 on a credit until Jan 1 1907rithft per cent interest from date of sale The land willbe rented until January 1 1907 at which time the rent is to btcome due The purchasers and renter will be required to give notes with ap proved security negotiable and pay i able in either bank in THOS P OBRYANP t Agent of T M Lanhah Et +++ ++T +++++ ++ tIHA VEiEt + f BOUGHTusedtTOGO inches of space from The Springfield Sun tio be Eturmg the year to advertise my Real Estate aid = +I want to advertise for youFBEE OF +v CHARGE your Farm your House and your Et BUSINESSin fact anything you want to selliI have + a few farms to offer this week but these will E- tt abserye do not near fill up my space Remember white space BELOV IS YOURS thetE EtNo1 40 acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered good dwelling good stable blackbmitp shop on rented V close to school house and church 40 per acre 1No 2 Mercantile business good location in village o Washing ttton county Best of reason for sellingt +No 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwil ing good tobacco barn plenty tobacco goo yater close to school V house and church Price 40 per acre W No 425acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of + it grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 per acre itN9 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty ash hickory dwelling and wellwater timberttV mile from school house and church Good tobacco land itper acre 15 + it No 6205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 8 tobacco barns one stock barn all necessary outbuildings plenty tim o- fV ber lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellfe good itgrass Price 35 per acre itNo 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced farm tobacco land Seven miles from town it +No 8128 acres two miles from Sorihgfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling barn Price W 20 per acre it No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber houses one barn that will hold top acres of tobaccowhll fen ed ittO 4 101OS acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good sn- V timber plenty good tobacco land good barn fine orchard good v- it large Will make fine farm on railroad Price + it 3750 per acref tNO 11220 acres six J miles from ISpringfieldon good 1-V 50 acres timber ask oak hickory andil o nd school it convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in house well itt + Wit t I iB D Lake Springfield f- Hnt ntl ll ll ft 0+ tit llll ll itijl jT I p 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1906 t GEORGE BARR WcCtJTCE0N AUTHOR OF DCYGHY of GrausLark yILLUSTRATED BY KEYER t This is the now serial wjiich will begin in our neat itw The author ineeds no introduction to rreulers who lime enjoyed his Gmustnrk Brewsters Millions and other fascian Ling sturics McCutcheon you know is the author who went to N w York with the MS of a now novel in his gripsack and carrioll tjwa a ch ck for 13000 advance royalty And his publishers won t iliMtfnoixited J either Ho is the man l who wngored ho could sojlsu story on its merits without his namjj Brewstors Miilidba which tnuv t a publisher and millions of readers before the rein author flU kunwn teats heSrOeult Look for Beverly of Gnuistarlr to begin IN OUR NJXJ XS1pE t JnnunriertnTT1STl LTfV7IIRMlllIY OOIfO ralo =frp v Public Saleit aF WASHINGTON COUNTY LAND With Immediate Possession On Saturday April 14 1906 at 2 urclock pm I will at the Court House in Springfield Ky sell at public auction countyY4yml es con taming 1761 acres Thin farm is known as placeThs of culti vatjonone hundred acres of which is tuftable for cultivatidn in corn oats and tobacco this year On this farm is a comfortable dwell in with nne n om v There are suf icien Joust treo on farm to keep it fenced fo m ny ye s plrchasersThis farm can be divided into two small farms with dwellings on each and will be offered in two tracts if de sired by purchasers TERMS OF SALE THe land will be sold for one fourth casp the remainder in nine el hteen arid twentyseven n months in equal installments The de ferrpd payments to be secured by notes hearing Interest from date with oo personal security with a lienretained on the land A perfect title to the land will be guaranteed and secured to the pur chaser B B WATERS BROOKSVILLE There was a large crowdat Glens creek Sunday to hear Rev Simms preach Mr lye Armstrong and wife visited A C Pinkston Saturday and Sunday I IrJ D Sutherland and wife visited Mr yoC Cammack at War sville Sat urday and Sunday Mr M C Keeling and family visited his father at Willisburg Sunday Misses Jessie Noel and Mallie Croo kavisited Mrs Mary Lee Pinkston Monday Mr Hellem Keeling visited his broth or at Hillsboro Friday Mr Fred Cheatham visited his brother Morris at this place Saturday and StinrIayI A Badly Burned GIrLf or boy man or woman is quickly out ot paln if Bucklens Arnica Salve is plied promptly G J Welsh of Tekoh mYfamiforfins it perfect Quickest Pile cur known Bet healing salve made at C J Havdons drug store FENWICKi One of the finest oak trees in this f part of the county was sild to Messrs Tom Sutherland and James Settles ft r 24 His said that the ti ee will make 12000 boards Severahfrom this place tattended the StIRosef lLi f7rLilliaD1 6FMl Mr was in our mit st Sunday Born to the wife of Davis Settles last Saturday a 11 J pounds boy Miss Janie SoUl js and Mr John Tucker of neur Lebanon visited the family of L R Wh to Sunday Mi MattVycoT is vory poorly wit h a complicatidh of diseases B results from chronJconstipatiOn whit is quickly cured by DI Kings New Life germsfromand vigor cure yonr sotmach nausea headache dizzines and colic without griping or discomfc rt 25c Guaranteed at Q J Haydons Irug stpije leU r ListJ J Listof letters re naining uncalled fo m the Springfield I ost OfiFco for week ending April 4 1901 Miss Do lie Ber y J W Davis J M Castolovv Mrs Robert Gazzam Jennie Gallager A L Henford Hattie Hardesty iJim Ni kulson LtticSii mobs John R Smit i Franks Springer Katie Yates W A WA EItS Postmaster Caught Cold while Hunting a Burglar provincialConstable I caught a severe bold while l hunting a burglar in the foi t jsiwanvp Hearing of ChamburlainsfoUgh Rein- edyI tried it and after using two complctolycuredThis coughs and colds fit vill loowen and relieve a severe coin in less time than by any other treatment and is a favo rate whercever its superior excellence has become known For sale by every dealer in Blue Gra Uctnraly Kojr ii llldv Trouble rom of our inn lorn houses ure built so rapidly that fin workmanship Is not vital point POI instance the tills of Imthwoia are Inuioiittid in such basic tlint little dr s of the cement au spread round nut left to harden 1h housekeeper ilespi Irs after scruiling UuslJy with gaud soap coal oil line wlint not This wi j fix lv But be care ful Put abonl a easpoonful of niurl atic aclil in a pint f cold cuter Wrap a coarse ragiia od wash rag or pee of Turltish towel in the end of n stick tool rids It oIT Dnit let It toiidi tIll fingers If tUe ccneiil is vary refrac tory try the pUrl arid ehiiir lo Crrrejii flnrijj ln ccream lace eurUiiua add one ounce of yellow oc HW to two ounces of starch mix it In Hie inuul way with boiling wafer St pin stareli to orJbeing same shade White cnrtams car bp made cream In this way tllonI shoUld take o rill1lfor The Sun 100 year WACO DARE JR NO 1162 in VOL 3N S H R One that is not untried but a fine and nongtUWaco Dare Jrwill make tire season at Walkers Heights Stock Farm four miles West of Springfield on the Bloomfield pike at LivingcoltlIWaco Dare is a randsome saddle an horse stylish perfect in form and action One mane and tail 15J hands high beautiful darn bay PElIGREESired by Waco Dare 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74 by 67 by Washington Den byImpbykingLexingtonS pHedgeford f Lexington S F Waco 1027 first dam by Fairfax Denmark by Diamond D nmark 68 by Jones Denmark HedgefbyMajprlandpr Browns Highlander third dam Me Donald by Scotts Highlander byBrownsbyScottsBrown Highlander in a word upon uri versal htws that like begets like Ben PafchtnI r r Will make the season of lyoti at th farm of Mrs R F Parrott two anda half miles fiom Springfield on the ftlackviile pike at ColthPTIONelBln Patches i a bay ho se foaled 1901 by Mimbrino Boy Jr ho by Mini umo tioy he by Rlimbrino Patchen First dam by Elgen Ross Nb 14422 ho hv Electioneer Second dam by Wilk W Third dam by Pilot JOHN my fine jack will njajco the ther15AhandsCary will be taken to prevent acci dents but Iwill not be responsible thne SPOTWOOO Will make heaon of IDUG at m stable olithalf mile north of Frcder TomIento Insure a Living Colt Spotwood Jr is 16 hands one Jinch high is a dark Mahogony bays sired b y byGeorgeout of Sam Groiidys Gray Susie Spot hiRbreedinghorse all colts will saddle and make fine combined horses Lion re tained on all cplUt to secure service foe and money due when ware is parted with or bred to another gorse JOE BLACKBURN Will make the season at the same time placer 15hnndRproven himself to be a fine breeder an i sure foal getter He is finely ore ParilgonWill0 to Insure a Living Colt secureJ T MONTGOMERY buostribe lor The Sun 10Q year tits4s SUNSHINE IChestnut Stallion by the great Red Erseason of 1906 in charge of L D FairGround 10 to insure LivingCoIt DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Sunshine is a beautiful horse ant can step a 30 shot with gr ce style and He is the Ih showhorsebreeding is sup rb by he great Roil ofKentuckyhigh class road horses and teams GloriousSunrisegreatest pair in Kentu jky His first Madwoodbylain of Wildwood which sold for 3000 his second dam is Balrosa Cheirthird outofIitrrodsburgin part His dam is the dam of my orrel pair that I sold for 3750 IhIAtit hands high an is It efBlacka Lien retained on colts of horse and jack until season fee is paid Care aken to prevent ace dents pot responsible should and occur L D BAKE SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN L jjuliwriliorjnts CUIJIonhi iti r VIUItlLU ofsingle comb Brown LeghOrns at e fAor rn heIar for Duroc Jersey lugs F G Combs Fredericktown hasffcr 11soone foreH R Thompson Springfield has forsale two 2ycarold mules enCJstrwnhaswll has for sale high grade Wyandott eggs 11 H Jones Springfield wan s to buy a good heav bodied tt lrk horse ot less than 1200 pounds Small blem ishcs not adjecjibnable sMrs Will Duncan R F D No 3 has for sale Barred PI mou utn clt Conger strain 15 for 1 fromSPjingfiel sale a Chester White boar and a rttgis tered Short loin bull J G dams LebanonRoute 3 has for sale one calf one brood mare one yearling filly and one twoyearold ill all thoroughbred Mrs B L Litsey R F D No C tivnLeghornMrs Jas L Martin R F D No1 has for sale pure tired Rhod Is ui Reds eggs 15 for 1 Mrs Malisa Peyt n Route 4 ins fine Plymouth Rockeggs for tints 17 for delivered I1lis Annie L Vize R F D No 2 has for sale Pura broil Barred Plymouth Rockeggs 15 for Clyde Goatley RF Do No 1 has forsale the S C Brown Leghorn eggs 35 cents for 16 nIhasfoMrs R Aj o 2 has for sale eggs froI111Urebrop J P Rocks and S C yforl5 M Springfield Market L 13isDnnlinHte1 siday yto Uuoswnx h1ior pound isCDiukeusIionKu4cDriwlnpplort leper pound UIle1tflclIr pound Corn Mo l7rHsto80c porbtialiQU j Itnusait4r per lIaOIlIFciitliorsVH por j ihsiio iootojfJJ QitiROng7filparroanll n aintVDint iorn rats IIldMOrcon to 10Mo JnrlllIIc por poimd Llnio toigloo ibrbarrel Mill pr Kln tflBrnu 80 sldpijtuffi flX pot impounds iI PoLntoMeouittr 9te + f OnionsShX t finlt Lan nilS185 per barrel v 1ttPUntld I Vinotrar S5o to 4oc per gallon WuolBurl nod greasy lltr clear tgropAO tk tub WlUhlt1 28 Country SorBhum o tp QeosefiQo a aloe Subscribe for The Siiiu 100 Vear r re8rI = I Cut ffn Twoa nIltRube will deliver the goods Every courtesy J will be shown the trade and goo Js will be handled with care I am going to give you a chance to get hauling done at your t wn price tCall on me or telephone me at the d pot T Jf at MLLBN 4lereI e 4 CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO INCORrORATiD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passedfJAMES E CALDWELL IrcKldciit Gcnl Mslsager JOHN YMAYESt Fuua Pirector An UcGrtvvl Bnibahrar SI lAG1 IrSJ iVI UCIY saint Atioiittoti- Every courtney shofi Handsome linc of Caskets and liurial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Carriage Shop I am prepared to do all of Your woodwork and repairing at themost reason able price FOR CASH Upholstering ofall kinds done Grain Cradles for sale rI also have one new shopmade buggy andlsFriiur wagon and one sec han spring wagon Buggy trimmings of a kinds on hand W H BOND iiiJillrt= d LELAND HUME SocydS ABst Gcnl Mgr T DW Et I Announcemenjs Inol Central R R 1520 LOUISVILLE TO NEW ORLEANS and Re turn A ine1usWqp 6550 LOUISVILLE TO- CALIFORNIA and Re turn April 24 to May 4 inclusive toIsdaynpingCplITs Through personally conducted E cur Sleqp r Louisville to California Arizona and Texas FULL PARTICULARS concerning a I the above cantbe hadby addressing FvW HARLOW Dp AI Louisville Ky J l h 1 A OPPORTUNITY Royal I Sweethearts I 1 Iis certain to present itself When it does say the words youve Ilonged for so long to say At the same time present the beautiful I young lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it iL JASJ AVEIL Ii s i