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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J r Lf1 i t Ii If r T DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS 0rVOLUME iIj SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1905 NMMIE1 24 IFATALLY I BURNED Mrs John Lester of Cardwell in This County Dies From Burns Sustained While Preparing Her Midday Meal The Cardwell correspondent of The Sun under date of May 5 says that one of the saddest and most shocking deaths that has occurred in that com munity for a Ilong time was that of Mrs John Lester On Wednesday last the unfortunate woman was cooking dinner and opened the stove door to replenish the fire when her clothing ig nigted and she ran into the yard Here her grandsons held Tier while water was brought and the flames extinguished but not until nearly all her clothing had been consumed After terrible suffering death came to her relief and she expired at 2 ocjock a itf Thursday Mrs Lester leaves a husband two sons three daughters and a host of friends to grieve for her melancholy demise Interment took place Friday in Mount Freedom cemetery No Room for HimJ Roscoe Baker the fifteenyearold son of Bill Baker of Mackville was given a sentence of two years in the State Reform School before Judge Litsey Monday morning The boy was charged with being unruly and an affidavit was made by his father to that effect Upon his promising the court that he would behave himself and be a good boy his sentence was held in abeyance but he is still under judgment of the court and may be sent at any time he fails to 4 8keep his promise It is understood the Reform School is so crowded just adinitteduTeachers Examination The first examination for white teach ers will be held Friday and Saturday May 19 and 20 The examination for colored teachers will be held one week later The examinations will continue to be held on the third Friday and Sat urday in June July and August All persons contemplating teaching should observe that no examination will be held at other time than the above 4datesUmbrellas Repaired I am prepared to rEcover umbrellas at from 35c up Work done on short oticerDont throw a good frame away Get my prices on this work and have it recovered Geo Taylor Indicted In Nelson Kentucky Standard The Commonwealth of Kentucky has filed fifty Suits in the Nelson Circuit Courtagainst theStandard Oil Company seeking to recover 1000 20 in each case of said company for selling oil E without license to various merchants in Nelson county for a period of about six months before Npvember 1904 at which time licenses were taken out j CARDWELL Mrs Mary E Perkins of Battle spent several days last week at E T Perkins Miss Emma Graham of Sharpsville was a visitor at H J Browns last weekMrHJ Brown bought a mare from John Reynolds for 60 Mrs Nelson Royalty is dangerously sick and her death is expected at any hour Mr and Mrs E T Perkins were in iHarrbdsburg Saturday Stock Sales The following sales of stock were made the past week E T Perkins to T Bradshaw a sevenyearold mare 7625 to J T Neils a black mare 39 T IBrown to H J Brown sow and nine shoats25 H J Brown to E G Holliday seven hogs averaging 140 pounds at 4Jc and ten sheep t 3Jc E G Holliday to R A Wilham veal calf weight 200 pounds 850 W L Graham to R A Wilham veal calf In 5 E T Perkins to W L Graham two hogs 12 T L Atkinson to E T Perkins fat cow at 3c and cow and calf 30 i Standard Oil Wins It will be remembered that at the last session of the grand jury of Washington county alarge number of indictments were returned against the Stand ard Oil Company and there has been a great deal of speculation as to what was going to be the final outcome One of the indictments returned by the Ma rion county grand jury was tried at Lebanon and a conviction was secured There were 482 others to be tried in tha county but as fast as they ware called a plea of former conviction was CompanywhjchAs the indictment is for afailure to procure a State license there can be but one conviction hence that plea will be goodas to all the indictments returned in this county It does not amount to so much after all Rev W f Gordons Lecture Those who failed to hear Rev WF Gordon lecture on A Sail on the Sea of Matrimony etc delivered at the Methodist church here Friday night clearly missed something truly good The expression that the lecture was both entertaining and instructive is warranted by the compliment paid the reverend gentleman in the undivided rapt attention given by the audience to the speaker throughout his discourse which contained much wholesome ad vice and many rockbottom truths aside from the many humorous inci dents and ludicrous scenes coincident with the old old story Mr Gordon carried his audience from the dawn of creation through the intervening ages down to the present time quite thoroughly covering the most prolific field which the subject of matrimony offers He dwelt at length upon the importance of husbands and wives remaining always lovers urging them to beware herIbe dashed to pieces and they fail to reach the haven of perfect happiness commonIIIof a lecture at length but the subject this article appears so paramount that it deserves more than mere mention a Slipped On a Banana Peel Mr Watt OBryah fell on the street e Friday and fractured his left arm be tween the wrist and elbow His fall was due to his stepping upon a banana Ia peel which had been thrown upon the b pavement by some thoughtless person Hundreds of persons are annually hurt in this manner and it seems to us that there ought to be a law against the placing or throwing of these dangerous little slipperiesiupon pavements The jo fracture while very painful is not so severe as was at first thought and Mr 6Bryan is now doing nicely Death In Lexington c Mrs R M Redd of Lexington sis ter of Mr Ed M Russell of this place died at St Josephs Hospital in Lexington last Friday morning at 1 oclock of stomach trouble The deceased was known here having been born and reared in Nelson county She leaves a husband three daughters andj one son Mrs Redd was a the Presbyterian church and was a de vout Christian Interment occurred at Lexington last Saturday morning Will Marry This Evening Mr Jas R Claybrooke Jr son of Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke resid ing near1 Texas and Miss Beulah LitI sey daughter of Mr and Mrs A L Litsey living in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood will be married at the home of the bride by Rev Williams at 8 oclock The editor and a large circle of friends and acquaintances of the happy couple who are deservedly popu lar extend heartiest congratulations hoping they may enjoy a long and un shadowed lifej Dinner attat f Springfield Monday May 22 in Uriah Martins store room Wharton Tapps livery stable fo benefit of the new Christian church a Mackville Ky- Subscribe for The Sun 1 a year JUDGE CHARLES E MAGQON GOVERNOR Of THE PANAMA CANAL ZONE Judge Magoon who succeeds Major General George W Davis as governor torbebe the men mainly responsible to the secretary of war tot the building of the reorgunizationJudge Work In the Mountains Editor Sun- Itdoesus good to lead your paper from getlonesQmefI thiSl1adventuresome now a lrolls overover one and crushes a few of his bones We cant say that this is an enterprising people but they are it inert Just now everything and erybody is astir The trees are hanging put their sum nr er clothes odors from fresh flowers e shifting about on the breezes the rds are busy nesting and giving even ir g and morning concerts and the way 11cfi hing on the the banks of Beech Fork Chaplin river Will Fred Booker Eob Anthony McElroy or Morrison C Nan could sleep to such music The little brown patches of plowed ground on the hillsides high up in the ves or deep down in the narrow val luys are all alive with groups of men omen and children pitching the craps Corn is worth a dollar a bushel here and very scarce at that There is not much live stock in the country and after so hard a winter it is mostly very thin Good morning Uncle Jerry how is all Not very well Luther not very well The red is dead Dont know what could have been the matter with her She couldnt have starved to death for I fed her bright corn blades Sunday morning Our different fields of operation lie up and down the middle fork of Ken tucky rive fn Breathitt and Perry counties Here at the college where Squabble creek runs into the Middle Fork it is only eight miles west to the South Fork and eight miles east to the North Fork The watersheds between these streams run zigzag None of the streams running into the Middle Fork can be verylong The whole sur face of the country is chopped up into short mountain ridges running to every point of the compass The hills are from 800 to 1200 feet highthat is up the slope These ridges are covered with magnificent forests and some of the finest chestnuts we have seen grow on the comb of the ridges There are stratas of coal in all these hillSnot in frequently one cropping out in the branch at the bottom and two or three others between that and the top The homes of the people are situated up and down the branches No one workrinterteating kind First we entice the children and through them the older ones I wish some of your readers could have been with me at the Crock ettsville church l last Sunday The singing would have made and member the Bethlehem Pleasant Grove or ofIor a Poland or the Balkanswe have little scrimmages of our own nearer home in which we are more deeply interested In the Gospel of Christ lies the only hope of relief from these feuds and righteousnessI The lawbreaking element of society is confined to a smaller per cent of the people here than in Louisville cases pitiable poverty confront us as mis sionaries every now and then Our work in the churches Sunday Schools new mission fields and in the log col lege has been blessed beyond our highest hopes MILES SAUNDERS Witherspoon College Buckhorn Ky FENWICK Miss Mattie Begley and Ethel Rogers spent Sunday with Mrs Sallie Kimber lin near Texas Messrs J B Leet and Sim Adams of Louisville visited the family of S C Bdgley last week Mrs W F Logsdon spent last week with Mrs A L Litsey near Pleasant GroveJ Mayes and wife spent Friday with the family of C W Oder Willis Adams and wife spent Sunday at the home of James Janes Dick Lanham spent Sunday with Thad Anderson Bro Williams filled his regular ap pointment here Thursday night Will Barker bought a horse from Jack Raybourne Mrs Dora Sewall and son Jimmie are with the family of Sam Paddock this week r Matt Hilton and wIfe spent Sunday at the Lee Riley home Miss Grace Waters of Springfield visited the Misses Adams last week Snake Story No1 A fewdays ago while MrYoung was at work in his back yard he heard a noise in the front part and on hastening out to ascertain the cause of the disturbance discovered his wife and a large cowsucker snake in a handto hind conflict which resulted fatally so far as thesnake was concerned Mrs Young says the murder was justifiable as his snakeship besides lobbing the calves of their morning morning had also developed a liking jor eggs i Explosion at Saw Mill On lastWednesday afternoon at about 3 oclock after half of our issue had gone through the press the boiler to the engine of Hill Bros saw mill which was being operated on Mrs Sue Knott s farm near town exploded instantly killing George Matherly his head being crushed from his body A report of the accident was immediately telephoned to The Sun and the story of the horror was printed in a part of our issue Mr Hill oije of the proprietors of the mill who was severely hurt is now muc improved in fact he has about recovered We are informed that the explosion was duo to a defective crown sheet It is said that this was worn out sometime ago but had been rendered serv iceable temporarily at leastby the use of a piece of copper which melted from the excessive heat to which it was exposed creating an opening through which the water flowed into the firebox causing the explosion Mr Matherly the unfortunate man was unmarried His home was at Wil lisburg where he was well known an liked by all Funeral services wer held at that place the following day Hundreds of friends extend condolence to the bereaved relatives A May Day Celebration A very pretty and impressive ceremony took place at St Dominic- church s here Sunday in honor of th Holy Virgin Mary The service w of love and respect in which all th lone children took a prominent part flowers and marching befo the image of the Blessed Virgin at the contusion of which little Lucille Noe crowned the Holy Virgin with a beauti ful wreath of flowers Father Hen nessey then delivered a short address especially to the children in which told them of the purport of their cel brating the day in that manner cluding with a few remarks touchin their duties as children that they grow into good and useful Christi men and women Then followed c pers and benediction The weather being line quite a large crowd was pres ent and the church was well filled Misses Myrtle Price Jennie McCabe and Emily Russell should receive a great deal of praise for the manner in which they managed the children during the exercises Seriously Hurt Felix Hamilton a grocery drummer of Lebanon and quite well knovn in this county was badly injured Monday morning in a runaway He had left Bardstown early in the morning in com pany with a boy to canvass the smaller towns in Nelson county He had just finished his work at Coxs creek and was in the buggy preparing to leave when the horse became frightened and started to run away The boy not being in the buggy at the time it seems that Mr Hamilton became frightened and in attempting to get out of the buggy was violently thrown out striking on the back of his head and neck Those near him at the time hurried to his assistance only to find him in an unconscious condition and bleeding prof- USely He was carried to the home of Oscar Manning and a physician was summoned who pronounced him seri ously injured and in a very critical con dition Other medical aid was sum moned from Bardstown who worked diligently for his recovery but he remained unconscious all during Monday and Monday night not regaining consciousness until Tuesday morning His physcians pronounce him much better and now have hopes of a complete recovery However it was a close call and his many friends will be pleased to hear it when he is out of danger Notice To Breeders Having bred and booked 60 mares to my Jack I have decided to close his books until June 10 After then he will be open to sorve Jennets Come and see my standard bred trotting stallion Floater 9315 He is bred in the purple and is a tip top individual J E SHELBY Death of Mrs Durham The wife of Commonwealths Attor ney Durham diedat her home at Greensburg last Wednesday night 6f consumption She had been a sufferer from the disease for quite a while and her death came as no surprise to friends and relatives Mr Durhams Washing ton county friends extend condolence Besides the husband the deceased is survived by one child cC k v DROPPED DEAD Mr John McAuliffe Suddenly Ex Fired of Heart DiseaSe Mon day MorningOne of Spry fields Oldest Citizens Monday morning at about 7 oclock Mr John McAuliffe a wellknown citi hzen of this place died very suddenly of heart disease He had been in feeble health forquite awhile and his death was no surprise to those who knew of his physical condition The deceased was born in Talbert Ireland in 1340 and came to America m 1860 and was married to Bridget Nash who had also migrated from Ireland she having died in Springfield in 1890 Mr McAuliffe located in Springfield at the close of the Civil War he having mdlivedehere until his death on last Monday Mr McAuliffes first wife left him considerable property or at least a life estate most pf which he owned at the time of his death The deceased was married a second time to Nancy Shea who still survives him but who for some time has resided ha Chicago largeeproperty owner but he met with finan onlyeowned that which was left him by his enregaged in the shoemaking business here and was an expert workman The deceased was a member of the Catholic church from which church fu neral services were conducted this oclocke wjioeknew him possessing a genial nature hadgno n es many andanhimesmany pretty characteristics ThirtyDay Notice The citizens of Washington nnty are hereby notified to remove all fenc ing materials parts of stone walls falleninto the ditches or any other property obstructing the highways within the next thirty days Anything remaining after that time will be con sidered of no value to the owner and will be appropriated for road purposes G T CLEMENTS Road Supervisor Wash Co A Freak Pig Mr P R Lyddan of near Moores ville has a freak pig on exhibition at his farm which is attracting consider able attention The body of the animal it is said is perfectly shaped but the head is freakish in the extreme It is described as having in addition to the customary two eyesone on each side a third optic perfectly formed but situated in the top of the head and it also has two perfect noses and mouths MACKVILLE Rev W P Walden ofjfthe Christian church and Rev G V Todd of the Methodist church preached here Sun day Rev Overstreet of the Presbyterian church preached here Sunday after noon A good many of our citizens attended church at Deep Creek Sunday Rev W T Gordon delivered his lee ture here Thursdaynight according to promise Mrs Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa of Anderson county were the guests of Dr and Mrs W T Barnett Sunday Miss Addle Warren of Berryville is the guest of Mrs John Haydon Mr and Mrs James Cregor attended conference at Junction City last week Miss Annie Haydon spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs CaL Shew maker and family Miss Ollie Shewmaker spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Cloyd Mr and Mrs John Peterson ofTexas Were in Mackville Sunday Oj Mr and Mrs Richard Isham and ttle daughter Elizabeth visited Mrs Ben Powell Sunday Mrs WilL Bottom is quite sick at this writing Robert Bottom was at Woodkwa 3w w day L i 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY lOi 1- 905fTpainting j tf- ltII t j Makes An Old Buggy New ITheSPRINGFIELD IJ9sR 92s sz sm aabtI OOOCXX OOC GO6GOOOOOOGGOOGOOOCXX5OGGOC5OGOCpOOG 5OOOOGOGO O 1 + STAIGHT TALK i 2 WRITTEN FOR THE SUX BY R- g 333 MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS EEE S OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXJOOOOOOOOOG V To My Since I have BrethrenIto the men I am important subject they fully understand that to betpme a good talker you must first learn to listen and I have observed that lots of you like to talk So on paper I believe you will give me room Do gentlemen everswearin the presence of ladies I have heard of men who do it whose coats hats shoes gloves linen are just as andI wish their manners were but do TLEMEN ever do it I want an anSwer to that Now please dont accuse me of being a Chesterfield I do not admire that old sinner who spent all his life polishing his head and who with one foot in the grave taunted his own son with modesty which thank good ness he could not at once overthrow as the Bostonians did tea in their own harbor And his hollowhearted surj face politeness that so many patterned after and do it yet I hate that too I was once on a belated train with very fe passengers to begin with and they finally reduced to only one other and he a nice lovablelooking young man whom it was a pleasure to look it but suddenly his pleasant expression was changed to one of intense disgust for I heard from the far end of the car a small oath His luxuriant beard which but a moment before was quite capti vating suddenly had the appearance of an old shoe brush his yes very dull Imansa me should have been as deaf as an oyster I just cant help it but when I hear an weIllaswell pantalooned otherwise very lov ablesirs will you please never let another oath escape your lips It is such a pity you wont resist the temptation to swear you who do so many gallant good things That is why I want to im prove you all in this particular error though I know at this moment you are saying words which your minister wouldnt approve How cheerfully you have been known to give up your sea- to t an old unattractive woman or some heartheavy mother with a crying babe in her arms or when returning tired and footsore from the store laden with bundles you stop and buy a bouquet i for the good little woman at home and probah j from an ugly saleslady too Now these are all sweet noble deeds that beautify your rugged manhood as the climbing clematis does the sturdy oak around which it twines its fragrant blossoms Such deeds as these make aistrangebut for a passing moment the man who performs them or knoWno more of his name or history than that he doss he has given the pleasure And why 1 4Axe women perfect you ask Not by any means They often take mor i room than is necessary in street cars ond talk any quantity of nonsense i your hearingeven getra1 little mac line over baseball and the races They seem ometimes to think you should feel honored when you get up in a crowded church and give them your g the service They ought to be ashamed of themselves for doing these unlady sirsgleeI us ARE pray you t1va who do thank you for all courte siesytfcy every allowing an oath to es R Springfield Carriage Painting Coc v organized has secured the services of Mr Wm Lambart workman of Louisville and is prepared to do firstclass work prices Your old buggy your old surrey your old car fact any kind of vehicle you may have can be made new For prices etc call upon Leo Haydon Robertson Searcy C or at StreetITHE L SZtI unexceptionable cape your lips again Swallow it as you would a capsule Alone in Life What in the world is more discouraging than the feeling that in your struggle through life in trials and diappoint ments there lis no one to sympathize with or care for you Now listen to imIitednoItice11llifesander down some lane pulling splinters off the rail fence to kindle the break fast fire I hearda lady in your town say the other day that was why she had never married Hearts I think often debarred from these influences invaria bly wither harden or break Oft times we find people who from pride contrariness or sensitiveness affect toI be altogether independent of the notice or regard of anyone but I believe that I am safe in makiug the assertion that never yet was there a human heart that did not at some time yearn for the ten der sympathy of other hearts and i believe there is nobility in that feeling- I believe that it is an offspring of God I do not believe that there is a being in this universe of ours above the brutes 1and who knows that they are excep tions who can be positively happy un less he or she Ge sympathized with and loved Dont Fret In the first place it is unamiable A man or woman who continually frets is one of the most unlovable objects in the world You would find a wasp a comfortable better half in comparison as you know it only stings when dis turbed but the habitual fretter annoys us with his buzzing even if he doesnt sting with or without provocation Re member It is better to dwell in the corner of a housetop than with a brawling woman and in a wide house It ISI perfectly useless and wouldnt do Fretting sets no broken bones it wont stop a leak replenishes no spilt milkImends no smashed pictures corns will not restore spoiled hay to its original purity and sweetness neither has it ever been known to change an east wind Reallyit affects no one but the fretter Childrenand servants soon cease to respect the authority of obey the commands of a complaining worrisome exacting parent or master They soon learn that barking dogs dont bite that trotters dont strike and accordsHow to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding off the approach of old ago is to main tain a vigorous digestion This can be Idone by eating only food suited to your age and occupation and when any dine order of the stomach appqarstake a dose of Chamberlains and a or are indigestion you will find these Tablets Ito be just what you need For sale by J Haydon druggist t Jack Wilsons Romance I Kentucky Standard Wm Mabel Clarke will be married in the early spring to Mr John S Wilson editor of the Kentucky Standard at Bardgtown Ky Miss larks hasI l achieved much success as a reader and has been in demand at many social functions The above announcement appeared in the Cincinnati Commercial Tribune pMiss1Clarat an early datE Mr Wilsons acquaintance with Miss Clarke dates back twelve years ago she is now twentysix years old when he met her at a relatives home in a Central Kentucky town She was a bright little girl and the impression she made Upon him was never forgotten by Mr Wilson Last winter in looking over a Cin cinnati paper he read where she had figured in a dramatic and elocutionary entertainment and thus learned her whereabouts He marked his name at the head of the editorial column of The Standard and mailed her a copy of the paper In due time a letter of ac youngIladClarke was for several years a IMiss the Crapsey School of Elocu Dramatic Art at Cincinnati and is a traiped elocutionist She possesses considerable dramatic ability and has figured in a number of notable entertainments She is a member of a splendid family and has the entre into some of the best social circles of the Queen City The young lady is coming to BardstowniBn entire stringer but we are sure by her ladylike deportment she will make many friends Mr Wilson was born in Bardstown and has been a resident of same for fortythree years Therefore itis unnecessary to speak of him A Good Suggestion CityFlathat much better results are obtained Coliciof in the stomach colic and cholera morbus by in water as hot as can be drank that when taken in this way the effect is double in ra pidity seems to get at the right spot instantly he says For sale by C J Haydon druggist BROOKSVILLE Quite a large crowd from this place attended meeting at Tatham Springs Saturday and sunday Davis Noel wis in Springfield Mon day on business Miss Hattie Settle and Sammie Crook of Hillsboro spent Friday night with Miss Artie Sutton Rev Sims preached aT Glens Creek Sunday A large crowd attended and dinner was served on the ground WQ are reading The Wings of the Morning and think it a very interesting story Miss Hester Noel visited at Tatham Springs Friday andJSaturday Mrs Lula Sharp and brother Jerome were in Springfield Tuesday Luther Cooksey and wife were at Springfield Friday Miss Irene Sutton is visiting her sister at Hillsboro this week Mrs Jerome Wells visited at Birch wood Monday Miss Jesse Noel was the pleasant guest of Miss Lula Pinkston Sunday Residence Burned Anderson News The handsome residence of Mrs Rosema Leathers near Leathers store this county was entirely de stroyed by fire Tuesday morning with jail its contents causinga loss of about 9000 with only 3000 insurance The fire caught from the kitchen flue and when discovered had made such head way that it was impossible to save any hing of value from the house The building was one of the most Attractive in that sectionand its destruction re moved one of the landmarks from the county Base Ball Springfield was defeated in a hard fought battle by St Marys Wednesday May 3 The game was interesting up to the first part of the ninth inning when the home boys took a trip 1o the clouds and when they came down the visitors were two scores to the good the official result being 9 to 7 with Springfield furnishing the small end- NOTES Col Noe umpired a great game he is the man we need behind the pitcher The Waco boy put up a great game at first but oh well whats the use Campbell landed on the sphere for a homer with men on bases Colvins spitball was very effec tiveSiInmsCain and Robertson pulled off some snappy ones in the field Loud Thunder Tong caught a great game Wycoff the Mackville boy proved a star at short and a heavy hitter Marks the pigeontoed third baseman hovered the bag well Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best IeI have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say it is the best cough medicine I have ever taken says George L Chubb a merchant of arlan Mich There ie no question about its being the best s it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment It should always be kept in the house ready for instant use for a cold can be cured in much less time when promptly treated I For sale by C J Haydon druggist Aged Settler Passes Away Parts Ky May 4James Hedges 88 one of the old settlers of Bourbon county is dead at his home near Plum Mr Hedges died In the same house in which he was born reared and married For 50 years ho was the leading stock trader of tho county fNew Kentucky Postmasters Washington May 4 Kentucky postmasters have been appointed as fol lows Nick Run Whltley county L P Martin Gladys Menefee county Joseph B Ledford Public Puaski count U G Whitaia Sandy Ford Les He county AbljfihB Gross Died in Iowa Versailles Ky May 4Mrs Mary R Kinkeiuf 87 formnny years a rest dpntor Versailles and who was one of the host known women in Central Ken lucky is dohd at Keoktik la whoro she wont a few yours ago to make her homo with her nicco A Strange Bird Newport Ky May 4A Inrgo and strnngoloolclng bird with n beak that was curved Hko the blade of a grass sickle flew into pollco headquarters After allowing the involuntary guest to rest Night Sergt Flynn allowed it to depart A Claims Decision Washington May 4Byileclsi of tire United States court of claims the officers and soldiers or the First Kjontucky regiment will rocolye about1 12000 while about s5onbwill the Second regiment Spanish war vetj Grans Midget Twins Frankfort Ky May tTho wife of John Herrell a fanner of tho Bald Knob neighborhood of tills county gave birth to twins whoso combined weight is but six pounds Both chili dreu are well formed and hca thyI Attorney Hallam Dead Covington Ky May 4Evon as a child sinks into deep and peaceful Slumber so Theodore Hallam orator attornoyntlaw wit and politician sank into his eternal sleep In this city at St Elizabeths hospital The City of Mexico has contracted for sowerage works and pipe laying to cost 600000 f5f A Does Your BuggyNeed Painting j sr II durinseat haven I nn ij ooon aoa aOQQ OQQQQQQ Q OOOOQOQ Q a aI0sD a U The Kurfees Paint UI o 0- eoo rt 0 0 For All Kinds Of Good Painting Made In One L ti 0Grade Only and That the Best Tht 0 a Good PainttG a 2 REPRESENTS THE That Sale Red o rF o G oo a ao oo MAUD BIMesdames 1 N Sallie Fannie Brown and Emma Karrick the fiuests of Otis lv Wake Friday G C Andrews and wife spent Sun day with the formers parents L K Stiles and wife and William Humphrey spent Friday at ShehansI Little Miss Settle is here gt I N and wife entertained the following at dinner R M Arnold and family Jno Brown and family T J Settle and children Thos Arnoldof Lancaster Vance Karrick Mesdames Sallie and Emma Karrick and Misses Emma Birdie and Bodine and Vella Kari rick Rev Hobbs wife and and daughters Misses Cornelia and Nellie were the guests of E Wakefield and family ThursdayMiss Royalty is visiting her cous in Miss Susan Graham of T+ 4yt ce t a BEST PAINTV- alue r WW that money can buy It is the safest Paint to use because a every gallon is by the manufacturer well as thedealer Greatest Covering Capacity Long est Quality Beautiful 0 in Apperance AHtheseyougetin o THE PAINTi Good Paint For By a0- 0 0 IThe Cross Drug Store Springfield Ky 0 00C- fo 0- oqooo oaao ttiY aaoaoa-opooooo ooooo oooooo ooa Arnold dine were Ef field Dr Francis Arnold Sunday Bodine Mae L Norris E Sharpsville guaranteed Wearing Most KURFEES a Charley Mcllvoy and wife are visiting H T Sheehan aud wife 1 Frank Moore and sister Miss Susie spent Saturday and Sunday at S A Humphreys J Robert Crume of Bardstown spent Monday with Dr Shehan Harrodsburg Bank Sued Harrodsburg Ky May 4 Auditors1 i Agent Harrison today filed suit in the Circuit Court here against the First Na tional and the Mercer National banks of this city for back taxes amounting to between 20000 and 25000 from each bank The suits are similar to those filed against other banks through out the State The petition charges that the banks each have personal property worth 160000 and that only apart of it has been assessed for taxa tion The petition further says that j the banks have assessed their capital 0stock at par value while its market value is 160 per share AMEATtMARKETSWhere N uN NNfINt The Best Every Day In the Year if FT COX CONL fPhone us for Fresh Oysters and Fresh Fish ouoCuouo u uon uu uOu u t A little early for but the hot days come pretty soon willj you will have to It Telephone us iOURWANTSVc want to buy sheep hides beef hides M and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market prices We are coostantly irt the market for fat beeves Lts w 4 r 1 l i 1TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 10 I9D5 hJ L Dr W F Trusty r Practical- DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY JDental work at reasonable prices All workguaranteed Office ovor Had n Barbs Dr Jt M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY 1 All Dantl Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky I Office i l 9iiBick upstairs Btr D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident =Old Massaehasett Matnal always reHae theworldI Dr JH LAMPION OFFICE In Opera Rouse Springfield 7 Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky WTO practice ia the courts of TTagriBfrton AppoelsandE CCl AlcCHORD J AT1 ATLAS Springfield Kr Will practice ia alil State and Fedora Owns W D CLAYBROOKE ATTX AT LAW Springfield Ky Will in the oosrts at Wasbineton aaiiadioloexi and ia ire wrfeT Ap peals 1 W E SELEOUN J ATTYATLAW J 1 Springfield Ky WiHtraetie ia tibe eoartB of Wa hirigtea anda4y i h e HMiteg and IB oosrt of Appfafe HEWAITER ATTY ATLAW t Springfield Kentucky Collections a speCialityTill Practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties Qapaaaaaapap e Q HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and mbalmers SpringfieldKentuckyPhone IS We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped sItwiU be our earnest pdeaorto the peopie every kidneas eDade0ei3el3ii iiet ooooOf DIRECTORY IlI i tchitCourt L H Tbannaa Sorte fled judge R L Dnrluun GrcMiirWrK Ky Oim Auy F M cU k Oo Cat lou fear H G LiAiiiana4jwt4r tVMnmi iKM Byroa Crmdie Merttf DefMJtiw Ed Jtyters rtMriile Siduev 4sborae SttriDli lltld Ilichard Ub m lae iDe IL IT Multi gaD Trustee Jury Pood Court begiN Fourtb M ars1a Fehraary Mav audOctoiwr C outy CourtB L Lit1 Judge W F Bwk r IVmnty Ckorlt T S 3av County AUorwsy Court rruveutn fourth Monday in QwHWlr Court begin third Mon4Mjr in erh i Hirtof CIAimlttetII at SpriHfrfMd first uvsSany m Urtot er Md April ttHHyTretumrttr K bt X w OtbcrQMiiity Q41M1aR F Moore Kur Tfl70r Asscsssor JM L lty1 IV Oilriaurp- txrptxd apt ol S iok1 W Boah Coroner J M CIIIteIT Mmseotia CtlttICtHe J C n Pastor Servi ell the Itftt jw4 third San das ta each momtb at nIL totA 7f p School netS SwLat W a Prater uieetfaK seedy 1 CUTHOUC C Hme R sr P F IIsuuws y Paster SeriVw e orv Kvmlar at Hinl W oddc a m Serk sit st Itse stnc hours 1HsieTiA CH clltEhl W P Walden Par- tel Services second and fcmrth Sunday m r each month iPj urrnRIA Cur ok Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a and 7 p m Sunday Hchool every Sum ty at a m Prayer geveryThursdayevening- at 7 oclock witzUaml Pastor Preaching every Sunday at am and i School very Sunday at 80am Prayer meeting every Red nesday evening r3IapLstratesDLs No 1 JaL Mndd No 2 Jno H n S R D Riley No Jas Divine No 5 JfV Gordon No 0 Jun O Polland jf ties floldLod 6 ENoS Sooretary and Third Monday nights in eACh month SIiOCKINGI Man Was Shot To Death After Being Tortured Gcrg toynKIay Tortured with firo shot to death robbed of all money and valuables and then thrown from n train is believed to have been lnidentitledmeat of McMeeUin Co in this Through an examination of the b11which was found near tIi tracks of the Q C road at 541 mile post half a mile from the Sadleville depot in this county a nvst atrocious murdnr has been discovered and a mystery developed which the municipal and railroad police a well as the county officials are working hard to solve The injuries on the body are uts on the lyft side of the face head neck thefrithighs and lowor joints of the legs and upon the tops and bottoms of the feet OVERAIn AN Killed William Coffman Madisoriville Ky May SIn a difficult between Paul Campbell and Vm Goffmanr of the northern ofIthe Bounty Coffman was shot stantly killed The trouble is sal to wOfnnThehighly respected in the community in which they lived Campbell mad his escape rWOMENI BURNED Two Heroes Attempted to Prevent a Forest Fire Owingsville Ky May 8 While attempting to prevent a forest fire from escaping gas in Wolfe county oil fields Newton Williams and Wm McKenzie were fatally burned The two men were looking over the field near Comp gasileaves away to prevent them from catching fire and attempted to remove the gas plant whichrirecame disjointed throwing burning gas all over them Their clothing was biirne from their bodies and the flesh was fearfully burnedy HARGSTRIAL The Jury Failed ToReAch An Agreement and Were Discharged Lexington Ky Jilay8JnJnes Ear gds tlif cOunty j 1ladofiDleathltt coun ty who hits on four weeks for complicity in the murder cf James Gockrill te atill a prisoner in the Fayelte county ja11 altboitgh the jury in the case failed to reach a vet diet afters deliberating for 15 howrs The jury anaoBaced to Judge Parkor that they bad failed to reach an agree meat anti aikcd to be excused from fartber deliborniions Judge Parker 4nestioned each Juror separately an J after cadJicl saW that It would be Impotmbf tQ itch a vcrCIct Judge Parker diachersed Ibeai The largest Island In New Guinea 1000001H1 aremllosI Great Britain Is S3820 square milesI A A If CASES LEDINegroes Sentenced To Death Their Cases Appealed Lexington Ky May GJnmes PIer salt and John Taylor both colored wore to have been hangod here but their cases having been taken to the court of appeals each was granted stay of execution Piersnll on the rostI tempted to assault women found Un protected and shot Charles Wagoner almost to death He was arrested the following day and but for the vigilance of the officers in getting him out of the city might have been lynched phisbrotherSmith entered Luigards saloon ono IS remarkLetsand opened fire at tilt white man in side killing William Moore All of them west tried and convicted NOTED BREEDER Joseph Warren Scott Dey Passes Away i at Lexington Lexington Ky Mtv 5 Joseph Warren Scott Dey noted trottin0g horse Breeder of this county died at St Jo soph hospital front an attack of died betes He capie to this city from Now York in 1S6D and took charged bf the breeding establishment of his brother Anthony Dey the former Vall street broker and during his careerasn breeder he bred such horses as Phft onrdes 211 Belle Girl 222 and Call Cammie L 221 the last named two making tl eir records to the hgh nheelsully He vas also a brotherito Richard fey for many dential agent in California to the IsteI John W Mackay and who fills theIsame position now with Clarence Mack ay He was 73 years old GOT HIS t 1MO4EY His Sweetheart Embraced Him Warm J ly at the Depot wnrranthelelcharging larceny Durham says he had been railing on the girl and she had son to the d pot to bid him goodby on l isI way to Stonegi Va to be gone r some m mths At the depot he rays his sweetheart embraced him He thought it only a mark of real affec tion until a few minutes aterhe nsiss ed his roll He says he had90 iu bills in his v j t porteot witfc which to pay fpr transportation of a number of men to the Virginia town where they wens going to work in lhendILJtHe had ho money left to transportation of the men an4 Ue trip raa POMlronal tBigaal It t = LebftnofEatll1P The Page tract of nd lying nenrj Cane Valley Addir county contaiiiirg six hundred acres about art Itnff of which is fine timber land was sold 11licLamLebanon Co of tihis city were bidders on the property to the junount of 37000 It is cpnsideretl one of the finest tracts or Inid in this Part of the State and has been sought by lumber for many ye rs A = Ijt Furniture insIof r to quote some verY low prices l4lvLutndlH use Screens uptodat 75 cants andupiIDs R rand Window Screens at Lovest prices t Picture Easelsthe Pre tiest Line you ever saw All kinds of Porch and Lawn Goods Baby Carriages and Go Carts Conic in see my goods and ge my prices Ij WALTER E LEACHMAN I iI t POWERSCASE Attorney Asks That It Be Taken To States Court IUnitc Georgetown Ky May 4A SU1 rise was sprung in the Caleb Powers case hero when the matter came up of fixing a date for his trial The surprise was In the nature of a petition signed NewtYof Illinois as his attorneys asking the removal of his case to the United States court on the ground that he cannot secure in Kentucky the rights and iI arehisunder the constitution and laws APPOINTED Commissioners For the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley Frankfort Ky May 5Gov Beck ham has npppintcil the following commissioners for the confederate home at Pewee Viiley For tOrJrior six yearsr eacn Lelan 11tonA L Harne of Boston All of these have served one tern as commissioner except Bumnis who succeeds J H Bozarth of Owensboro RAIDEDI Seven Operators Captured By Five County Policemen Louisville Ky Jay Apoo1roomI just outsIde the city limits said to bo controlled by Henry yw Ehmhoff was raided by five county poicemen and seven operators were arrested None of the spectators were molested Another poolroom 20 yards distant said to be controlled byEd Alvey was not entered After the officers departed the poolroom resumed operations No gambling on the ponies is now going on within the city limits Rat In Mail Box Harrodsburg Herald Some one placed a live rat in J T r Prathers mail box in Washington county the other day When Mr Prather opened the box to get his mail t the rat jumped out in his face and gave him a shock from which it took him some time to recover fPhiUip Lyons while ploughing Saturday unearthed a steel spearhead ten inches in length It was the first time the field had ever been ploughed J Circuit Court began Monday There are forty old and fiftythree new cases killingrJtenicei but got n new trial Tlie thirty three indictments against the Standard Oil Company will probably be heard Oine dny last week Jimmie Baldwin whjle fL hininDix river caught a 4 turtle which he brought home for soup mid in dreeingit he found that it had swallowed a snake about sixteen long It is the first time says th inehlSI 111 OIIlt1Onto know that a was ever known to eat snakes Master Baldwin did not have his soup Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and through it I lost my mother writee E B Reid of Harmony Me For the pest five years however t n the slightest sign of n Cough or told I Discoveryforfrom serious lung trouble Iiii MrImaistnot be neglected and how to cure Quickest relief jnd cure for coughs and Price 50q and Guaran teed at CJ HRVtlons drug store Trial bottle free Swiped The Judges Coat iLebanon Enterprise 11Irhurnmnthan a terror and the majority of the evildoers fear him as much as they 14 would a well developed case of small pox There is one hereabo-uts who it would seem cares very enforc 11politelypr the courthouse and without even giving it a trial to see if it fit as though it were made to measure walked away with it It would be like finding money to bet that Judge Thurman in delivering his instructions to the next grand jury will have something to say of the man who wouldwith malice aforethought ap propriate to his own use the clothing of another Disastrous Calamity YOUIloseKingsNewgestive or ans and cure headacne diz ziness cohc constipation etc Guaranteed at C JHaydons drug store 25c lBUGGIESij SOLD THIS SEASON BY McCLURt WELLS NO J OTHER ARGUMENT IS NEEDED TO CONVINCE THE J TRADE THAT OUR VEHICLES ARE THE BEST OUR PRICES THE LOWESTIIf you onb J i McCLURE WELLS FIELD SEEDS BEST VARIETIES LOWEST PRICES a The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Fanning Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfounevery experienced farmer and wagonertWe handle the Ohio Feed in the world If you need fencing buy that which his been proven the Best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing a The Hagan Gasoline Engine tThis1MIdging1isveryIand Wickedness McClure Wellsfm x v Vie fI Springfield Roller Mills + + + Pride of Washington ttiThe abets brands of Hour sold by all SpriLtt Pit j + J Springfield Roller Mills Z i4lxtlzL + in iii J3tel tl m i H Screens OR Flies WHICH DO YOU WANT 1 We wilt sell you the ScreensI The fly comes without buying The SelfFitting Window ScreenTRey fit j themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop Springfield Lumber Co J n T Lawn Mowers and Garden Hose Best makes at lowest prices Get our prices and examine goods before buying We cart save you money V HAYDON BARBER nII1tlIz 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1905 t fr T Mrs Williams- The Leading Milliner 4 New Patterns In Tailored Hats i I r andready to wears for Ladies Misses and Children Inevery week Come in and see them MRS WILLIAMS JJi aa i ii S PwoUNIWednesday In May ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE In Advance DOLLARI tJ ROGERS GORE Editor and Entered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION Ose 1A0 Six lthiThree Months 25 t changed1wa youwishDEMOCRATIC TICKET it LitseycowrrArroan CIXKK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHEKirr KcpERivi kMJE T or SCB00LSJ W Bush JJOLKH Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CORONER J H Montgomery When Andrew Carnegie recent ly declared It is better for my niece to marry an honest coach man than a worthless duke Uhe spoke the sentiments of about 79900000 of the 80000000 of Americans A rich girlwould better marry The Raggedy Man dress him up in a jim swinger and go on a visit with him twice a year to see his kin away over there beyond the hog path through the mountains than to marry one of these worthless fellow whose only stock in store are a few worthless trinkets up on an embroidered coat The criminal nature of a child is seen early in life and that too without a very close observation The rolberof a birds nest at the age of eight not infrequently be comes the blower of a safe at the J age of eighteen An4the lad of I twelve who sneaks up behind a sleeping tomcat and strikes it witha stick is often the same in dividual who in after years as cends the scafoldacowardly murdererand goes out into eter tVVVV11 nity with a soul crimsoned with the blood of a fellow man The man who Jeaves the farm with the expectation of finding something better in the city is usually disappointed If you have agobd1 farm that something bet ter is not to be found in the city Two for conviction ten for ac quittal thats the way thei juryI stood in the Hargis trial at Lexington The mills of justice grind slowly andthe mob Jongeth for a turn at the crankco The city council of Harrods burg has passed an ordinance prohibiting spitting on the pave ments Commendable indeed We trust Harrodsburg will get clean MclNTIRE Quite a large crowd attended the May services at St Rose Sunday after noon The exercises were very im pressive Mr A S Johnston and wife visited at the home of Mr T E Ballard last Sunday Miss Teresa Blanford ef Louisville is the guest of relatives near here Mr W L Thompson and wife of Botland visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs B E Cambron Sunday- J M Corbett of Louisville waS here on business last week Miss Nettie OBryan of Fredericks j town visited her sister Mrs Frank Willett Sunday Miss Bessie Johnston of Lebanon visited Misses Lossie andJMary Rose Fieids one day lasfweek Mesdames Martha Mouses and Johnston of Lebanon visited the former s sister Mrs J B Ensor Thursday Miss Elliott of Loui viletwasthe pleasant guest of the Misses Keene one night last week I The infant child of Mr find Mrs Watt Bladford died in L ui Ville and the remains were brought to St Rose for interrment Mrs Frank Willett and Miss Bettie OBryan were the guests of the Misses Mcmtire on Friday Mr T K Mcintire who was called here by the illness and death of his father will return to his home at Ker nan Mo this week 7 for Sale A storehouse and stock of furniture notions groceries stoves and stove re pairs tinware etc at Mackville Ky Large store room two stories 24x50 feet a tenfoot wareroom full length Building has 20inch shelving Fine opportunity I desire to sell on ac count of ill health Can be bought reasonable Easy terms Write or call on TJ GRAVES 26 Mackville Ky MOORESVILLE t A large number of people were out to hear Brother Adkins preach at New Hope last Sunday i Mr Milton Mattingly pas removed from Bloomfield to Mrs Anna Walls near Cjoakesville Several acres have already been set in tobacco hereabout Mr imrod Smith sold four head of cattle y Alex McMackin for 60 Mr J M Wall sold three head of cattle to James iRoyalty for 50 Mr Ben Reddick who is working for Mir John Riley near Stringtown visited his parents here last Sunday Fairview School No 30 has fifty four pupils as shown by the census re portMessrs Albert Wall and Lee Godbe Y will go to Woodlawn thisweek to paint W S McManus house Albe Kimball was in our midst last week summoning witnesses to appear at the next term of court which will open on the 22d Mr Bansal Cull and his charmin sister Miss Ollie were in Springfield last Saturday We now have a road supervisor wit an assistant and we can see no good reason why we should not have an im provement in the condition of our roads MissesIStella Rhodes Annie Graham and Lena Lindsey and Messrs Albert Wall Owen Ellis and James Mont gomery of JWoodlawn attended church at St Rose last Sunday Mr Th mas Hines has charge of the postoffice and the roailroad business a Croakesville and will also open a gen eral store at an early date Mr J M Wall is delivering corn McClura Wells at Springfield at 55 cents per bushel Mr W 0 Ellis is still in the nursery business and hopes to see alof his friends between now and fall Save your orders for him He will treat you right Mesdames Etta Grumes and W 0 jMrIEzra was entertained by Mr Burnett Wall last Saturday and SundayI Mrs Stella Goatley who formerly lived here but now resides in Detroit Mich we are sorry to learn is suffering severely from an attack of inflam matory rheumatism Mr William Sweeney of Woodlawn attended church at New Hope last Sun dayMr and Mrs James Cull and daughter Miss Ollie visited their son Mr James Cull in Spencer county Sunday Mr Ed Sweeney visited his sister Mrs Fannie Huston at Chaplin Sun dayMrs Sarah Hays and daughter Mrs Preston Moore visited Mrs Martha Coleman Monday Messrs Otis Settle and Ernest Goat ley of Valley Hill and Steve Scott Erastus Seay Potsey Briggs and bert Grumes of Polin attended churc- at New Hope last Sunday Miss Louise Settle is visiting a Tucker Height Little Ruel Sweeney of Chaplin i visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs T D Sweeney Little Misses and Daisy Boblett have returned home to Springfield after a visit to their grand parents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith Dr and Mrs Sam Crumes of Wil lisburg are the guests of Mr Alex Yates and family Miss Margaret Lyddane is visitin her sister Mrs Ollie Eddleman a Barker this week r Bank and Hello For Maud It is reported on reliable authority that a bank and also a telephone ex change will be established at Maud in the near future which will greatly fa cilitate the transaction of business b tween that place and the towns Notice To Town Taxpayers You are herebynotified that the city taxes for 1905 are now due and in m hands for collection C L PRICE City Tax Collector My i 11iiii The secret of life health happiness is the right kind of a tonic VMALT4 IS THE PERFECT HEALTH TONIC r BECAUSE it is made from selected Bavarian hops and the best malt barley and it is therefore naturally nutritious and innately invigorating Malt extracts are conceded to be the best tonics the freal boon to the weak and afflict ed because they are purely vegetable They combine the strengthening vitalizing prop erties of the malted barley with the soothing sedative influences of the hops 15 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT HAYDONS DRUG STORE Hfr B ftZJB lJ i LONG RUN Rev H P Hatchett filled his regular appointment at Beech Grove church Saturday and Sunday There was only a small crowd on hand Sunday it being show day at Deep Creek church Geo Russell and wife spent Sunday with Mr John Best hear Stewart The singing held at Mr Lawson Sunday evening was quite an enjoyabl affair Charlie and Ed Cocanougher were in Springfield Monday on business Mr M Coyle and wife and Mrs Liz zie Smock visited Mrs Lucinda Blacke ter Saturday night The farmers of this section are through planting corn and some are preparing to set tobacco this week Richard Best of Stewart was in our midst Sunday Death of Mrs BottomsMrs Mattie Bottom wife of Mr Will Bottom died at her home near ofghusband end two children a father and Theirhmany sympathy to the bereaved family SPARROW We have fiRe weather and the farmers are quite busy planting corn and prepar ing land for tobacco Wheat looks fine and perhaps we can teat biscuit next year W M Crossfield sold toI M Mc Makin last week two head of cattle at toand4 cents per pound RN Vowels of this place sold to A McMakin of Bloomfield a suckling mule colt to be delivered at weaning time for 60 r M B Moore our merchant is doing quite a lively business A Cranfill and wife of Vandyke Ky visited the latters sister Mrs W C Cammack here Sunday The family and relatives of W R Moore gave him quite a surprise Fri day April 28 by tendering him a birthday dinner which was much enjoyed by those present Mrs Maud Moore trimmed and sold sixteen hats last Friday Mr J D Sutherland is visiting her parents W C Cammack and wife Mrs Sutherland is greatly missed in this community by her many friends especially in the churches and her old home tMrs Allie Barnett and her charming daughter Miss Jappie were the guests of Mesdames W C Cammack and J D Sutherland one day this Week when a very pleasant day was spent Miss Mary Lee Sageser and brother visited Miss Eliza Hahn Sunday Mr Sarah Ingram has returned home after a visit to her son Tom lngram of Ashbrook werehon daughtertwoven c springs Tennel and family of Chaplin Visited John Richardson Saturday and Sunday Fred and Grover Hahn of Chaplin and J W Hahn of Wakefield visited their mother here last Sunday Miss Eliza Hahn was pleasantly en tertained Monday night by her former schoolmate Mrs J D Sutherland Mesdames W C Cammackand JX D Lty MT ZION Mr James Hays jr was in Springfield Saturday Mr Hubert Grumes spent Sunday James Hays Taylor eMrs of is MrsgD B Sutherland Miss Lydia Williams is visiting her aunt Mrs Kate Williams at Maple Hilly Mr and Mrs William Hardesty spent Sunday with Mr S A Bayne and family v Mrs Pinkston and daughter Miss Ora spent Saturday and Sunday at Tatham Spring Little Miss Mary Taylor was the pleasant guest of her aunt Mrs Emma Neale Monday night Mrs Robert Graham who is visiting her father Mr J B Hays spent last week with friends in Springfield Mrs H B Bonta and daughter Miss Nora visited her daughter Mrs S H Bishop in Springfield Saturday and Lydia Bishop of Mooresville was the guest of her sister Mrs Sue Williams last week Clifton Taylor who is attending school in Bardstown spent Easter at home Mrs Gillie Arnold entertained a num ber of her friends at dinner Saturday Among those present were Mrs Everett Wakefield and daughter Mrs Sallie Bodine of Maud Mrs Karrick and daughter of Bloomfield Mrs Richard Arnold and Mr John Arnold and family uI Thank the Lord Hannah Plant of Little Rock for the relief I got from Buck Icried Arnica Salve It cured my fearful sores which nothing else would and from which I had suffered for years It is a marvelous healer for cuts burns and wounds Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c + The + BigStore f Bar gains z n + Swell shirts in all the colors A pretty assort Spring The latest things ill collars hosiery Styles boys trade Why the ideal found isI ever 1 EVERY NEW SHAPE and SHADE t Shirts Collars 1 Neckwear Underwear Hosiery negligee menuof neckwear 1 44tte- I The Big Store delighting Nothing ibefore shown f i and underwear of prices which we guarantee to be sails ter 1 F factory + ROBERTSON BROS I tIIZl1ZI4ZtItt iXIZII1 r 1 THE SG STORED i L The Parents DutyI- s tIs to make the little fellows they to be stylish as well as grown + up people Cant remember how proud you used to be when mother diked i you out in your new gingham your new roundabout Certainly you can all remember those days i4f A nice line of Linens Dimities Lawns and Marseilles for dresses Buster Brown Collars + +Buster BrowlShoes in Black W Tan Sandals pretty of hose White Duck Caps Tam = i OShanters Boys Waists Etc e + ROBERTSON BROS- y+ i +I t ft ftItf tit 11 Iii 1tJ PRATHERS CREEK Mr J HMnys was in Springfield last Wednesday on business Messrs Will and 2in Kimberlin were speculating in Springfield last Friday Mr George T Mays visited his aunt and uncle and Adaline Bottom near Stewart last week MissesEthel Rogers and Mattie of Fenwick and Mr Robert Mays of this place were guests of Mr and Mrs W T Kimberlin last Saturday night and Sunday Miss Mattie Begerly paid us a flying visit last Monday Mr J D Yankey and family and Mr P Vest and family of Deep creek were the guests of Mr G H Christer son last Sunday Messrs Mat and Prentice Mays were in Springfield Saturday Mr and Pick visited friends at Mackville last Monday The young ladies and gentlemen who fishing lastweek had no luck and wont get married this year J H Mays last week lost a valuable + + + + fn Hats for and men are the iBecause easily in this display of Spring styles like it here look well like you or + of us and Oxfords Barefoot line John Beg erly Mrs Noel went tttT lillilliJ 1t1 ItJ 1tI J ItlIl mare that left a mule If every neighborhood is as short on mules as this one there will not be enough to satisfy one buyer Mr John Russell sold his wool crop when the market was settled and it brought him nearly 275 while he retained about thirty fleeces Wouldnt you call him a successful woolgrower If a heavy locust bloom indicates large crops we will surely have plenty this year as the bloom is the largest Ihave ever seen All the young folks in this vicinity tattended what is called Show Dayat old Deep Creek church Sunday and it is reported that eight hundred people were present I would be much pleased to see a let ter from each one of The Suns correspondents in next weeks issue Lets get together on this and try it FoUNDA bunch of keys on last H Friday near Steve McG ll8on the Springfield and Mackville pike Two keysCall 7 for this noticeII 1 i N 74l T IF I L p F THE SPRINGFIELD SUN W DNESjAY MAY 10 1905 t 5 4 The Double Stores J GRUNDY CLAYBROOKE MciNTIRE I aeneo eneneneoe ene e e e THE FIRST j 0 0 0 oF 0 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 5 w CAPITAL Surplus and Undivided I Profits 25000 OFFICERS B L Litsey President 0 JohnW Lewis VicePresident n- i A Q McElroy Cashier t0 L B Cain Acs Cashier nB E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis n Sidney Green F M Campbell KH Edelen HMGrnndy 0 0 Polin 0 ft We grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have not already an account with this ft bank we invite your patronage 0 o Local News Notes Pork chops at Carpenters Fresh fish received at Carpenters s each Thursday Try a nice steak Carpenters is the place to get it Jj I Sausage fresh made every dayat Carpenters Mr J B Mann bought of Rev Hos = kinsona fine bay mare Monday for 130C The announcement is made the s YenJ teenyear locusts will be with us again this year J E Hagan sold to W K Hagan a fine mare and a mule colt for 160 last Saturday Miss Alma Wheatley and Mr J F Head both well known will be married at St Rose next Tuesday Old Country Apple Vinegar at P J Thomases STOCK FOR SALERead the adver tisement in this issue of the stock t offered for sale by J G Adams W S Gibbs of Willisburg recently purchased six threeyearold horses and mares at fancy prices Call and take a look at my line of Suspenders It will pay you P J Thomas Bruce and Henry Keene bought of W S Gibbs of Willisburg a pair of work mules for 300 I Haydon Barber have for sale a nic lot of Millet Seed Get their prices b fore you buy They will save money Mr J J McCabe is building an ad- ditionr to his residence on East Main i t street which when completed will greatly enhance the value and beauty Mr T L Spalding has begun the erection of a nice house on his lot recently purchased of Mrs M A Noe situated on Virginia avenue This is the first of a number of residences to be built on this new street Miss Josie McIntire residing near town and who on account ofill health 44was adjudged insane and ordered to the asylum was restored to her former status before Judge Litsey Saturday morning She did not remain at the HERE are a good many easons why women al QueenQtullity of shoes It is the name of the shoe that insures correct fashion of the shoe that fitsof the shoe of quality at a moderate J riceof the FAMOUS SHOE FOR A graceful carriage re Qualityfittedthere is a Queen Quality Shoe that will ac urately fit every normal foot 150lShoes 300 In addition to the above we carry a full and com plete line of shoes for men and children IGrundy Claybrooke Mclntire I National Bank S50OOOt nJno QOQoeOOOOOOo WOWENJ I1asylum long coming home in J 1901 since which time she has been constantly growing better and has now entirely recovered The likeness of Master Thornton Waters little sonol Postmaster Waters appeared in Saturday evenings Times Thornton was astride his velocipede and looked as game as an Indian Chief The Times is now twenty one years old and has printed thousands of pictures of children but well wager a printing press that it has never printedone of a brighter or manlier little fellow than Thornton I Miss May Bell Gibbs daughter of Mr and Mrs S W Gibbs Willisburg won the gold medal in the elocution contest at Harrodsburg May 5 There were ourteen young ladies contesting and the judges had great difficulty in deciding Miss Clark Blanton a cous in of Miss Gibbs won first honor and she will represent the school at the- Tenth Annual Blue Grass Tournament which meets in Lexington May 2527 I The HamiltonBrown Shoe is the BEST andcheapest Its durable stylishjand pleasant P J Thomas If you want a good Rake Hoe or Shovel for 25 cents callat P J Thomas On next Sunday morning at the Baptist church Rev Williams will deliver a sermon upon The Grace of Liberali ty and in the evening his subject will be Heart cultivation The students of the graded school are most cordially invited to attendthe evening services Mrs Ferd Spalding widow of the late Ford Spalding died at her home in Bardstown yesterday after along illness of a complication of diseases Deceased was a daughter of the late Judge McIntire of this county and was well known here where she was born and reared ICEIceif you order in time Leave your order on Saturday night or phone store by 8 a m Sunday No ice deliv ered after 9 a m we must close at that hourC W HAGAN t PROGRAM For the Washington County Union Sunday School Convention to be held at the Presbyterian church Springfield Ky on Saturday May 13 1905 930 Devotional 950 Reading minutes of last Convention 1000 The Importance of the Sunday Latimere1020 to a Foxut ReV WE Sutherland The Pastors Part The Superintendents Part Judge WE Selecman The Teachers PartMr H E WalterThe Part Prof G W Colvin 1155 Appointment at Committees 1200 Noon Intermission 130 Song Prayer and Praise Service 145 Soul Winning in the Sunday School Rev W H Williams 215 Report of officers and Offering 230 The Great Teacher Rev J C Hoskinson 300 Round Table E A Fox W F GRIGSBY Pres MRS BYRON CROAKE Sec i enne oeoeo oo e + 0 I Personal Notes i n o rt Visitors In and Out of TornA 0 Round Up of the Weeks tJ Personal News 0 0000000000000 Mrs LL Rogers is in Louisville today BardstownMonday Mr W H Osbourne of Rineyville was here yesterday Mr and Mrs C C McChord are in Louisville this week Miss Lizzie Lee was in Lebanon one day last week J C Greene spent Sunday and Monday in Louisville Mr Marigate of Louisville was here a few days last week Mr and MrsW C McChord spent Sunday at Tatham Spring Mr M H Jones was in Louisville yesterday on businessIDr Price W Wells spent a few days in Bardst wn this week A large crowd of Springfield people attended the Derby today Mr Robert Cleaver of Lebanon was here one day last weekg Mr W C McChord was in Leba non yesterday attending court SamuestisMr Thos Hamilton of Fredericks town was in Springfield Sunday Miss Katie Hertlien has returned from a visit to friends at Elkton Messrs Jphn F and Frank W Simms were in Bardstown Monday Miss Lou Booker left this morning for a visit to relatives in Louisville Judge and Mrs W E Selecman are visiting in Louisville this week Miss Marcia Leachman has return ed from a visit to friends in Lebanon Mr Harvey Sweeney and sister Miss Ella visited friends here Monday Miss Mary Hamilton of Fredericks town is visiting Miss Sarah Simms this week Mrs JC Willett is visiting her sister Mrs R H Edelen at Bards town Mrs VT McElroy and daughter Mrs H P McChord spent Monday in Lebanon Mr F R Hodapp returned last week from a business trip to South Bend Ind Mrs John Daisy of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs C W Noe this week Miss Florence Hamilton of Fred erickstown is visiting her sister Mrs J L Barber Mr R E Foster and mother at tended the funeral of Mrs Nelson Royalty yesterday Rev W Y Davis of touisville was here this week in the interest of the Grundy Orphanage i Mesdames Robert A andJas R Noe spent Tuesday in Lebanon the guests of relatives Mr and Mrs R M Thompson of Gethsemane spent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs Hodapp Miss Florence Edelen was called to Bardstown today b the death of her aunt Mrs Ferd Spalding Misses Rose Makin and Martina Hamilton of Lebanon spent Sunday with Miss Margaret Hagan daughterMissthe home of Mr Will Merritt =Mrs J H Lampton and son James are visitinc Mrs Lamptons parents at Leitchfield this week Mr James McAuliffe of Louisville attended the funeral of his uncle John McAuliffe here today Mr M L Searcy has returned from visit to his daughter Mrs G B Haykins at Lawrenceburg 1rrLG E Medley who has been at familyleftDr J B RoBards has gone to iHendersonville N Cwhere he will godenWedding Wallace Duncan who has been at Shepherdsville for the past few weeks has returned home and has accepted a position in the depot here IMiss Ella Thompson has returned visit to friends in Louisville She was accompanied home by Miss Alice Packham who will make her a visit Mr DinwiddiE Lampton who has been here for several days on a visit to his parents left Monday morning for Shelby Miss where he will reside per manently Mrs C J HayOon who was called to Chattanooga Tenn by the illness of her brother Mr John A Simms has returned home Mr Simms who is slightly improved accompanied her Miss Sarah C Simms entertained at euchre last evening in honor of Miss Mary Hamilton An elegant luncheon was served The prizes were won by Miss Julia Parrott and Mr Herman Mudd TEXAS The death of Mrs C F Kimberlin which occured May 1st was quite a loss to the whole community The in terment took place in the Bethlehem cemetery Rev J W Campbell officio tihg A large crowd was present Mr and Mrs Claybrooke visited their daughter Mrs Jennie Offit of Bloom field last week- Meskames Clay Brady and Mrs P C W Peterson visited Mrs Dr Deboe of Springfield last Wednesday Miss Effie Kimberlin was the guest of her sister Mrs Ina Barnett of Mackville last Wednesday Mr W T Campbell has removed in with his sister Mrs JEliotte of Jenson ton He will make that his future home Mesdames Brady and Rowe visited the formers daughter Mrs Josie Peterson last Thursday f Messrs Len Brads aw Jim Wise and Raymond Edwards were in Lebanon one day last Week at ending the street fiiir Jacob Peterson was in Perry ville last Saturday on business Miss Effie Kimberlin left Thursday for Bowling Green where she will spend the summer with her sister Mrs Harmon MrS Young and daughter visited Mrs John Eliotte of Jensonton re T centlviMr Sutherland of Chaplin was here one day last week Robt Eliotte of Jensonton was the guest of his grandfather last week Several from here attended the May OUR WAY WAY of doing business is to save money for customers in every legitimate way We OUR better quality for less price we decrease profit in order to increase our customers we give the best service in every way at the minimum cost started1ein business and find that it pays to do it If 3rou have not tried our store we ask von to come here the next time you need anything in the drug line You will find Tooled reasons for continuing jto come Prescriptions i Specialty THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE DR P W WELLS PROPRIETORf i t I 4 a e ss 1SIIISsS rIsI1sI We Want to Supply Your Wants If You H AreWANTING1 H QUEENSWAREHWe and can interest you in prices t J A LARGE LINE OF Window Screens and Door Screens f HAGAN BROS iJ Day meeting at Deep Creek Sunday John Peterson and wife werein Corn ishville Sunday Mr Debon and daughter of Perry ville were here last week to see Mr Robt Young Mr Grantland of Northfork was here last Monday Mr Hermon Purdom has returned to Louisville where he is attending school Len Bradshaw was in Thompsonville last Sunday Mr Willhelm Peterson and wife are off on a fishing excursion accompanied by Mr Hardin Nelson and wife Mr Zen Kimberlin purchased of Jacob Peterson a buggy Price 75 School Election was held here last Saturday The following trustees were elected Will Cocanougher G N Campbell and R L Arnold- SIIARPSVILLE Vilas Graham and sister Lizzie May spent Friday night with Mrs Har- veyRealtyBargains 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at G5312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at 62255 acres highly imprqyed stock farm Mercer county at 38100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg- on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at F42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 307 acres Spencer county a good one at 50 Exchange 340 acres hemp and tobacco lana Garrard coun ty at 36 ExchangeStore property Washington county village 2 houses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK TUESDAY MAY2JI905 On the above date I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public auction on the farm of the late Otho Adams beginning at 9 oclock a m the following stock Four steer calves G heifers 1 fresh cow ank calf 2 yearling steers 2 two yearolds steers 4 cows 2 span of twoyearold mules well broke 1 bay tVo horse well broke 1 bay mare about sevenyearsold 1 bay mare and mule colt Also two buggies and a lot of farming implements Terms made known on day sale J G ADAMS Lebanon Ky RF D No3 1f t I DruryJohn Cornish and Bernice Graham were at McAfee Friday on business The home of Mr Fred Leathers wasp totally destroyed by fire Tuesday Mrs T G Dennis and daughters Lora and May spent Monday with Mrs CornMr T Bowen bought a calf from J R Rose for 8Miss Hannah Robinson visited friends at Kirkland Wednesday and Thursday Mr Edgar Yancy has a new supply of buggies i ry F is for Framei t- In which lenses are set If yours fit so badly- It brings you regret Or your frames are not esY Or ever get bent straighten them well Upon duty intent E M I RUSSELL Jeweler and Optician When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertise ment out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off LtfifEfiE h illT R jIWC Till w T iSuuu ciEEiFsiR- That tick on time can be bought at Graves at a low price Also q nice line of jewelry Have yqr- W r Ieyes tested and glasses fitted Call and see him w v 333a t f 3JWORK T T ft AIJasW w GraVes oj ST 3 Ji 1 Fr 4 fft J f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 10 1905 4 BURLEY GROWERS Will Meet In Cincinnati On May 10 When Another Effort Will Be Made to Organize and Plans r Will Be Discussed Cincinnati 1Iay3A meeting of the Burley Tobacco Growers Association has been arranged to take places at the Grand Hotel on May 10 It is expected that about fifty or sixty members of the association including President W B Hawkins of Lexington Ky and Archibald Stuart of Cincinnati will at tend Preliminary steps for control ling the marketing of this years burley now in the ground will be under taken The several offers that were made the association last winter to finance the crop will be talked over It is the intention of the growers to have all the details concluded before the tobacco is ready to be marketed The fact that the growers needed I money caused the abandonment of the scheme this spring but the promoters believe that if the financial men will do y their part before fall when the tobacco has matured the plans will meet with success It is known that Archibald Stuart has been in communication with men who are ready to back the deal for some time and he may make a report to the growers at the coming meeting It is recalled that Stuart during the lastC securefFinally he secured aid but it was too late as members of the association released from their contracts sent their tobacco streaming to the markets at Cincinnati and Louisville because they needed moneyI Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why suffer from Rheumatism when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm will relieve the pain The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering have been happily surprised to find that after the relief became permanent Mrs V H Leggett of Yum Tennessee U S A writes I Jam a great sufferer from rheumatisr i allover from head to foot and Chamberlains Pain Balm is the only thing that will relieve the pain Forsale by C J Haydon druggist Divorce at Eighty Harrodsburg Democrat V During this week proof has been taken in a very unusual divorce suit Mary Hatchell sued William Hatchell fQr di vorce and alimony She is seventjvsix years of age and the defendant is even eighty years old Thewe married fortysix years ago being then a fcddow with several children The 1 neaghbor1hood some little personal property The aged i plaintiff charges her more aged husband with abuse and cruel treatment settled aversion and failure to provide despite the fact that he is unable to arise from a chairwithout assistance The defend ant denies the charges made asserts that the wife abandoned him while he was sick and greatly in need of her love aid and comfort and invites her t to return to his home and fireside Both wifeand husband are feeble and infirm and unless prompt submission of the case is had the final arbiter of all flesh may cheat the chancellor out of his jobI KENTUCKY TO DATE l If It Happened In Kentucky You Will Find It HereConden ed i Items from Every Quarter of the State THE BUSY FARMER MAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A bLANCE OR SO 1 Thrown From a Horse Paducah Ky May 8Mrs H D Laughlin wife of Judge Laughlin of Chicago was probably fatally urn t while hroseback riding She fell from the animal and has been unconscious most of the day They are on a visit at the Pines a summer resort near the city Houses Washed Away j Fulton Ky May Sj severe flochl has be en experienced here the damage totaling several thousand clolars Heavy rains swelled Harris Fork creek and business houses on Latte street were flooded to the depth of several feet Many houses were washed from their foundations A Promising Colt Lexington Ky May SCot Milton Young proprietor of Mcferathiana stud is the proud possessor of one of llv most royallybred thoroughbreds in the State this season The youngster is a filly full sister to the famous Endur ance by Right Against Summer Meeting Lexington K May 8A petition has been handed to Stoney Mdntgomr ery president of the Memphis Jockey signed by a large number of turf men asking that the project t 0 hold a long summer meeting at Bluff City be abandoned j i t Locomotive Engineer Killed Louisville May S Passenger Train No 7 oh the Louisville Nashville was derailed on a sharp curve near Sulphur Ky The engineer was fill ed and one passenger and four postal clerks injured but not seriously To Train For W Campbell Scott Lexington Ky May 8 Bernard M J Shannon formerly connected with the racing establishment of G C Bennett has suited a contract to train for AV Campbell Scott secretary of the Kentucky Breeders association Burned 650000 Staves Shelbyville Ky May 8Fire totally destroyed 650000 staves belonging to William Alexander located on the bank of the Licking river one mile below town It is supposed to have been the work of an incendiary A Life For Fifty Cents Williamsburg Ky May SHenry Bush shot and instantly killed John Vickery here They quarreled pver 50 cents Bush is said to have owed Viek ery Vickery wjee unarmed Bush was arrested and cls in jailiPaducah Ivy May 6A number of St Louis Chief ant New York capitalists are here to look into the condi tions of the city preparatory to making a report to their employers whj are contemplating putting in an elec trio plant for pQwer and light After looking the city over the parties rep resenting the foreign capital exprea ed themselves as being well peaseJ with the location said prospects for such an eotenrio No doubt a favpr iDtt of from 320QJMQ to 5600 WO New Bank Opened Mt Sterling Ky May BThe Farm ers and Merchants bank of Metcalfe has just been opened for busineasrUt Edmonton Hetcatfe county with capital stock of lOOQ and it is only bank in tu county The o are President J A Hamilton president i W Kinnaird cashier H Kinnaird assistant cashier E P Peed 1l t FOR RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS A SURE CURE WOUNDS OLD SORES CORNS BUN IONS GALLS BRUISES CONTRACTED MUSCLES LAME BACK STIFF JOINTS FROSTED FEET BURNS SCALDS ETC AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives oUt Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro motes a free circulation of the Blofld giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True Texas writes My wife had been suffering five years with pardlysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Snow Liniment which effected complete cure I L have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work JJ BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LIINJMBNT CO ST LOUIS U S A Igi SOLO AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Springfield Ky i1I onFurnace Bpught Il Ivy 1ay6George W f Grand Rivers Ky and W 3thetjnce to manufacture charcoal Iron t The furnace has not been operated since the civil war W LightningjBallplayer Struck By Troy Ky May William Reilly W one of the pitchers of the Troy Suite 4 League Baseball club was struck by 1tTfleshbone He lost the use of his legs Mr 4 Tarbell pvas also badly burned The Judge Hargis Trial f iiicase was made and the question of his guilt or innocence of the charge of procuring the assassination of lames tti waSftgivenRobbers Blew the Safe iNewport Ky May GVhf1c a thunderstorm raged robbers blew the safe in the general store of Todd fifrommoney and carried away a lot of merchandise Barber Killed By Lightning Paducah Ivy May GLonnie Hays a barber here hut for several months a resident of Oscar Ballard county L during a storm was struck by lightning and killed He was fishing on Turners lake when he nit his death Prof Ed H Boone Dead Mt Sterling Ky May LProf EJ H Boone of Paris known all over tho United States as a hypnotist died nALexington He was 32 years old Heart failure caused by the strain on his nerves caused his death Argument In Hargis Case Begun Lt Lexington Ky May 5 Arguments in the Hargis trial began Judge Hunt making the opening speech for the de tit fense The court refused to give m Lt sanctions relative to Hargis being ac cessory before the fact which was the contention of the cpjnmonweath as to the defendants guilt The refusal to igive this instruction makes the case favorable to the defense 7 Accidentally Killed His Frienq Sturgis Ky May 5At Sullivan W two young men named Hearin and Dtt = bach who were bosom friends went to the formers home and while young Hearin was making his toiet in front ota glass a revolver in the hands of Dilbach was accidentally discharged j the contents penetrating Hearing head killing him instantly to New Asylum Ward Completed Frankfort Ky May 5The new ward at the Hopkinsville asylum for the insane huvingbeen completed the governor has directed that la inmates of the Central asylum and n of the- Iaateru asylum all females ba trans j ferret to the Western nsylum J To the Committee KyTMay aThelRefcrrea In the Twelfth district Tabb and H K Hoi bert has been referred to khe crane state central committee on BCd count of a SMinabble r thoinnniier nominating a candidate ellor Candidate For Postmaster Newport Ky May bThe an noaiiceinent la made that United StaleS Commissioner George Leonard isIt Candidate for the Newport post mastership A petition in his behaf is being circulatefl by CharPes Sixsck man The Boiler Exploded Mf Sterling kyMny aIn Wash inpfoti fotmty oil the farm of Mrs Jcu nit 1t illit a boUt of n sawmill x pNil John Mathorly was instantly lillfil his heal being blown off while HUll lUll was badly injured Oil Is Discovered Nfi ortKy May S =OUin what Is thought to bo paying quantities hay be in diacpvere on a part of what Is Known as Lazy hill by Frank LaiVipc Jr The latter returned with a bi bottle full of the mule oil i Eighteen Years in the Penitentiary Lawrenceburg Ky May 5Tho jury in the Anderson circuit court here in the ciiae of the commonwealth of Kentucky agntnat Biigene Jones for the murder of Harry D Bond gave yettrsIExEmploye Arrested Middleboio Ky May 5Albert Jones has been arrested and lodged in jail charged with robbing tits Louic tivoltof the road Paducahs New Industry Paducah Ky May 5 Paducah is to have a mammoth buggy factory Cap ital 100070 S G Hunsacker maria ger of thfi Banner Buggy Co St Lou is will general manager of the Pa ducah plant Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky May 5The range in burley was 425 to 1725 On dark prices varied from 350 to 7120 Theofreringswere Burley 1347 hlids dark 187 hhds II II W + t E Tatham Springs1tt tV A pretty view of the hotel and ground + 0 There are huddreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agony iies from cases tf Bright s Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gad trie and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tath am Spring water cures these diseases Write for catalogue of testimonials + iBOARD Per day 2 per week SIO per month S35 iHOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky is situated on Ca Island in Chaplin River at the inters ctioI1 of Glenns Creek The hills THE tr the valley are three hundred ft high from the toy of which the tls varied and sublime Chaplin river which is stockedwith fine fish flows within one hundred feet of tIieHotelyat which place it W makes a grand circuit of three miles returning within ninety feet leaving a picturesque ridge through which a tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill The Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundred feet be low the surface Pswaters in sufficient quantities to supply the Liiworld water is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative properties of the most remarkable character The analysis will suggest its curative properties but the many wonderful cures of stomach kidney a liver diseases by the use of this waver convinces us that nature in her subtle labratory deep in the earth has given to it properties which the chemist cannot account for +t pv m iirs S E Wornall Manager Tatham Springs Hotel s Tatham Springs Ky W t T oT TA L f ftITI tali tit ItIt Itot IfI ItIt itIt ItI wwwwTwwwww + Jesse James The following verses together with fheparngraphabove them were given The Sun by Mr Win Waters with a request that we publish them He has had them in his possession for qiiite a whihij and they go to prove that not withstanding tHe crimes Committed by the James boys many people at the time Jesse was shot by the Ford brothers sympathized with the des persdotdu EdJ The following pathetic poem hM been sent to the PostDispatch for pub ttiopOf course we disapprove of the sentiment but we print the pro as a curiosity It demonstrates that in having James killed in a cow kardly and treacherous mariner Goy CriUcndwn aroused the sentimentality 11ronmnticplace desperadoEd tDIGod pity the dear woman The devoted heroic wfcI 4 f + 4 4 + + + + + 0 Strengthen and comfort her aching heart Thro the weary journey of life And pity the brave old mother The woman pi iron will Help her tobear it bravely For the pulse of tier is still Ay the brave heurtis stilted forever It beets not for friend or foe Draw the merciful veil of charity Over his deeds here below Can YOU honor Lieutenant Little Little indeed was be To shoot like a dog a comrade IAnd then from his captain ee1 Id rather be Jesse James IIn the Pace of the grave awayicringing Little Or the cowardly Ford today If the Fords have n mother living I pity her from ray heart For the hof shame must nwintle Ivr brow rPlmt her sons shook play sucka Part of the Fords and Little Theyre just about on a par Id rather take Jwsaes chances At the seat of the judgmentt bar The Lord it sterns was merciful + + + + + + To Jesse James they say For in the arms of his faithfuLwife His spirit passedaway The pity the wife and mother There is no man without a flajvv And many a heartfelt tear wit fall On the grave of the brave outlaw PEDESTRIAN Attempt to Wreck Train Kentucky Standard l Near Deatsville Sunday at dastardly attempt was made to wreck the train wMehpasses that place after dark A Mr Shepherd who lives near Lotus was returning to his home and while walking along on the track be noticed that some one bad placed heavy rocks between the gUard rails and to make the wreck doubly sure had in another piece near driven nine large spikes either one of which would have been sureto wreck the train Mr Shepherd removed the danger a few minute before l the train arrived Two strange men were seen in the vicinity during the dav III THE PIONEER SQUARE MESH FARM FENCE FARMFENCEX t n presenting the Pioneer Square h Field and Hog Fence to the public we do so with the assurance that it is as near mechanically perfect as n is possible to construct a fence Great care has been taken to embody inthese fences all the essential qualities necessary to make it efficient under every condition in which fence is used Only the very hii hest grade of galvanized wire is used in its construction aU the line wires are made from high tarbbn steel cOIledor corrugated so that expansion and contraction in hot or cold weather is amply provided for The same spacing of the line wires is observed in the different styles of these fences the three lower wires are spaced three inches apart in all of our different heights and styles which insures that the Pioneer Fence will be an effectual fence under every and all To increase the spacing of these lower wires would of course cheapen the fence but it would be done at the expense of strength and the effectiveness of the fence rendering it practically useless as a hog fence we can readily increase thespaci1gand consequently decrease the weight of our fence and sell it for less money but we do words PIOneer Farm Fence and Stock Proofnot our and wish to feel that the Fence are synonymous For Sale By HA YDON BARBERS i U i I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 101905I t 1 IShe Wings of i The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Copyright by Edward J Clode A Iris looked at him Do yon steadlJvIsoon after Ute might have to remain here many months r That was a pardonable exaggeration r No no It was the truth You are seeking now to buoy me up with false Hongkongfrom Slam to Borneo The Sirdar might have been driven anywhere in the Didnt so Mr JenksJHe wavered under this merciless cross examInationr Ihad no idea your memory was so good he said weakly 1duringyou have taught nie to think Why do you adopt subterfuge with me TVe 4 are partners in all else Why cannot I share your despair as well as your a toilShe blazed out in sudden wrath and he understood that she would not be denied the full extent of his secret fear He bowed reverently before her as a mortal paying homage to an an gry goddess I can only admit that you are right he murmured UWe must pray that God will direct our friends to this ftisland Otherwise we may not be found for a year as unhappily the fishermen who once came here nowc avoid the place They have beenIJ frightened by the contents of the hol low behInt the cliff I am glad youII have solved the difficulty unaided IDsst Deane I have striven at times to be coarse even brutal toward you but my heart flinched from the task of tell Ing you the possible period of your im prisonment Iris for the first time In manyI 1days wept bitterly and Jenks blind to the true cause of her emotion up a rifle to which in spare moments he had affixed a curious device and walked slowly across Prospect park a toward the half obliterated road lead Ing to the valley of death The girl watched him disappear among the trees Through her tears iJtone a sorrowful little smile He thinks only of me never of him self she communed If it pleases Providence to spare us from these sav ages what does it matter to me how long we remain here I have never been so happy before In my life I I never will be again if it were tearI for my fathers terrible would not have a care in the world I only wish to get away so that one brave soul at least be rid of need 11accountthought or tried to persuade herself to think Perhaps her cogitations would I 11mIihtself and the man who was so devoted to her She refused to believe that Robert Anstruther strong of arm and clear of brain a knight of the Round Table in all that was noble and chlval tic would permit his name to bear an unwarrantable stigma when and she i blushed like a June rosehe came to tell her that which he pad written The sailor returned hastily with the manner of one hurrying to perform a neglected task Without any explana tion to Iris he climbed several times to the ledge carrying armloads of grass roots which he planted in fullI view Then he entered the cave and although he was furnished only with the dim light that penetrated through re J l j Oh I sccf he growled I the distant exit she heard him hewing manfully at the rock for a couple of tours At last he emerged grimy with dust and perspiration just in time to pay a last visit to Summit rock Uefo- t the son sank to rise He asked 4Itf to delay somewhatt the prepara for their evening meal as hv Triisted to take a bath so It was quite dal atwhen they sat down to eat J had long recovered her usual t hIgh spirits t dtj SHOPSrv 1 Well Im blest panted Cop 2 There wot did I say So 3 ered and Before proceeamg to arrest him hadthiefnineteen boots through that ole talked for a short timc May be the kind you are o0 obhe above nature I can not furnish them to you Go elsewhere But if you are looking for a neat stylish perfectfitting shoe I have it at low price FverythingNEW in Gents Eurnishing Goods Dress Suit- Cases Trunks Telescopes and Traveling Bags wit T LEACHMAN SPRINGFIELD KYor Why were you burrowing In the Ii again she inquired Are youB a hurry to get richp1 was an a he replIeduI am occasionally with after wit and this is anDInstance Do you remember how the lame of the lamp flickered while we were opening up our mine Yes I was so absorbed in contemplating prospective wealth that I failed to gar heed to the true significance of that incident It meant the existence of an upward current of air Now where the current goes there must cfJpassage and while I was busy this afternoon among the trees over there he pointed toward the valley of deathit came to me like an Insplra tion that possibly a few hOpIs hewing and delving might open m to the fOljtheI Itpartchimney twelve feet high I What good can that be- At present we have only a front jdoorup the face of the rock When is completed before tomor row night I hoperwe shall have a back door also Of course I may en- Counter unforeseen obstacles as I ad vance A twist in tile fault would be nearly fatal but I am praying that it may continue straight to the ledge I still dont gel the great advantage tots I kTbe advantages are mans eJleveII me The more points of attack sented by the enemy the more effective will be our resistance I doubt if they would ever be able to rush the cave were we to hold it whereas I can go up and down our back staircase whenever I choose If you dont mind being left in the dark I will resume work now by the light of your lamp But Iris protested against this ar ran ment She felt lonely The long hours of silence had been distasteful to her Sho wanted to talk uI agree sail Jenks provided you do not pin me down to something I told you a mouth ago I promise You can tell me as much or as little as you think fit The sub ject for discussion is your court mar tlaL He could not see the tender light In her eyes but the quiet sympathy of IrOmptIIs it I do not think so I am n friend Mr Jenks not an old one I ad Ibut during llie past six weeks we have brIdged JHI ordinary acquaintanceship of as many years Can you not trust me Trust her He laughed softly Then choosing his words with great delibera tion he answered Yes I can trust you I Intended to toll you the story fGoing for Chamberlains Colic I Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dont put yourself in this mans place but keep a bottle of this remedy in your home There is nothing good for Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery si Diarrhoea It is equally valuable Summer Complaint and Cholera Infa turn and has saved they lives of mo children than any other medicine in use stveert ened it is pleasant 1Y011 or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or fat and when that time comes you will ne it badly you will need it quickly 91 not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency Price 25c large size 60a For sale by C J Haydon Sprint field day Why not tonight Unseen in the darkness Iris hand and clasped the gold locket sus ended from her neck She already knew some portion of the story he would tell The remainder was of to Importance It Is odd he continued that you should have alluded to six years a mo ment ago It is exactly six years 4il most to a day since the trouble began With Lord Ventnor The name slipped out Involuntarily Yes I was then a staff corps subaltern and my proficienuy in native languages attracted the attention of friend In Simla who advised fine to apply for an appointment on the po lltlcal side of the government of In in I did so He supported the appll cation and I was assured of the next vacancy in a native state provided that- I got married I was not a marryIng man Miss Dearie and the requisite qualification nearly staggered me But looked around the station and came the conclusion that the commission niece would make a suitable wife regarded her points so to speak and they filled the bill She was smartn good looking lively understood the art of entertaining was first rote InIJ sports and had excellent teeth Indeed f a roan selected a wife as he does aahorse she- Dont be horrid Was she really pretty I believe so People said she was But what did you think uAt the time my opinion was biased have seen her since kind she wears badly She is married now and after thirty grew very tnt Artful Jenks Iris settled herself comfortably to listen I have Jumped that fence with a lot in Band he thought uc becane engaged tic said aloudn She threw herself at him couirnun ed Iris Her name was FIlzabetliEllrai = beth Morris The young lieutenant of those days called her Bessie but no mnUcrIWell you didnt marry her anyhow commented Iris a trifle sharply And now the sailor was on levelf ground again Thank heaven no he said earnest ly We had barely become engaged when she went with her uncle to Sim In for the hot weather There she met Lord Ventnor who was on the vice roys stuff undIt you dont mind we tSHlfikip a portion of the narrative discovered then why men In India usually go to England for their wives While In Simla on ten days leave I had a foolish row with Lord Ventnor in the United Service club hammered him In fact In defense of a worthless woman and was only saved from a severe reprimand because 1 had been badly treated Nevertheless hopes of a political appointment vanished and I returned to my regiment to learn after due reflection what a very lucky person I WJI- HConcerning Mss Morris you meant Exactly And now exit Elizabeth Not being cut out for matrimonial enterprise I tried to become n good of ficer A year ago when the government asked for volunteers to forth Chinese regiments I sent in my name and was nccopted I lied the good for tune to serve under in old friend Colonel CostobcU but some malign star sent Lord v Vcntiior to the far east this time in nn iihportant civil capaci ty I met him occasionally surd we found we did not nke each other any hotter r My horse heat his for the Pa godn Hurdle handicap Poor old Sul tan wonder wiiercjbe Is now Costobell fell ill nod the iiicofniuiiimdnf the regiment devolved up utaJnnI bolng absent In reUw interior The wife unhap oily chose that moment to flirt as ped pie rfny with Lord Ventuor Not hay lag learned the advisability of minding my own business I remonstrated with erher thus making lien my deadly ene oQiicial mission to u ig town detailed me for the military charge I sent a junior qflicef Then Mrs Costo bell and he deliberately concocted a plot to ruin me he for the sake of his old animosity you remember that I had also crossed his path In Egypt she because she feared I would speak her husband On pretense of seeking It my advice she inveigled me at night Into a deserted corner Of the club grounds at Hongkong Lord Ventnor appeared and as the upshot of their wile statements which created an im mediate uproar Iwell Miss Deane Ii nearly killed him Iris vividly recalled the anguish he betrayed when this topic was Inadver tently broached one day early In their acquaintance Now he was reciting his painful history with the air of a man far more concerned to be scrupulously accurate than aroused In his deepest passions by the memory of past wrongs What had happened In the In terim to blunt these bygone sufferings Iris clasped her locket She thought a she knew senIJItencemy frenzied statements against the definite proofs adduced by Lord Vent or and his unfortunate ally Even her husband believed her and became bitter foe Poor woman I have it In my heart to pity her Well that Is ll I am here Can u man be ruIrieU so easily murmured the girl her exquisite tact leading her to mold any direct expres slow of sympathy- It seems so But I have had my reward If ever I meet Mrs Costobell again I will thank her forit great serv ice Iris suddenly became confused Her brow and neck tingled with a quick access of color Why do you say that she asked And Jenks who was rising either did ot hear or pretended not to hear the tremor in her tone Because youonce told me you would never marry Lord Ventnor and after 118uremost whispered t He forced back the words trembling or utterance He even strove weakly to assume nn air of good humored badinage See how you have temptedme from work Miss Deane he cried We have gossiped here until the tire grew tired of our company To fled please at Makes Soft SmoothVelvety Skin Rcmovfs NmpIs Notches and Blackheads A Kentucky chemist kris succeeded- perfecting n preparation for beautifying t the complexion that is truly remarkable in on ugly skin The new discovery liar become extremely pop ular vith complexion socialists and tlious- ands of wbnicn1 owing to its pleasam- results and the fact that it is perfectly harmless Every pore of the skin is a lurking place for disease germs If the xresnre inactive and fail to terfqrra their duties naturally the general conse is ji rough scaly skin pimplesI blackheads and blotches e creams lotions and so called beautifiers as a rule have a tendency to close Ul pores thereby not only proving injurious but if used regularly make the skit discoverianicaniph isj soothing iMilmy oils when applied goes straight to the interior cells n mg O1mg the face muscles stimula bngthe circulation removing all genus nndimpcrfecticms from pores by induc inga healthy perspiration Tire action oij Pardcamph is peculiar audit has a smooth- velvety effect because it nourishes nun 1 feeds those cells which produce the oilsj necessary for making a beautiful Itisits use will convinceou that it is superior to any other preparation you have ever use We will send free to any lady uponl receipt of a twocent stamp sufficient Pars y camph for a three days treatment Write today The Paracamph Company Louis V111eKy U S A Dept F 1 For la e by oJ Haydon Springfield onceaIris caught him by the arm I will pray tonight and every night she said solemnly that your good name may be cleared In the eyes of all men as It Is In mine And I am sure my prayer will be answered She passed Into her chamber but her angelic Influence remained In his very soul the man thanked God for the tribulation which brought this woman Into his life He had traversed the wilderness to find an oasis of rare beauty It was a beautiful night After a baking hot day the rocks were radiat lug their stored up heat but the pleas ant southwesterly breeze that generally set In at sunset tempered the at mosphere and made sleep refreshing Jenks couldnot settle down to rest for a little while after Iris left him She did not bring forth her lamp and un willing to disturb her he picked up a resinous branch lit it In the dying fire x and went Into the cave He wanted to survey the work al ready done and to determine whether It would be better to resume operations in thc morning from inside the exca vation or from the ledge Owing to the difficulty of constructing a vertical upward shaft and the dangerpf a sud den fall of heavy material he decided In favor of the latter course although- I entailed lifting all the refuse out of the hole To save time therefore he carried his mining tools Into the open placed In position the cheval de rise long since constructed for the defense of the entrance and poured water over the remains of the fire This was his final care each night before stretching his weary limbs on delayIinthe eagles nest if they were persuaded c by other indications that the Island was deserted He entered the but and was In the act of pulling off his boots when a distant shot rang sharply through the air was magnified tenfold by the intense silence For a few seconds that cherIIsWngone spring gun communications on the sands A sputtering volley which his trained ear recognized aa the firing of muzzle loaders sounded the death knell ofbIs last hope The Dyaks had landed Coming si lently and mysteriously In the dead of night they were themselves the vic tims of a stratagem they designed to employ Instead of taking the occu pants of Rairfbow island unawares they were startled at being greeted by shot the moment they landed The alarmed savages at once retaliated by ring their antiquated weapons point nk at the trees iliua giving warning enough to wake the seven sleepers Iris fully dressed was out in a mo mentThey have come she whispered Yes was the cheery answer for Jeuks face to face with danger Svas a very different man from Jenks wres ling with the insidious attacks of Cu pic1hlp the ladder Be lively They will nut be here for half an hour if they kick up such a row at the first difficul ty Still we will take no risks Cast down those spare lines when you reach the top and haul away when I say Ready You will find everything to hand up there He held the bottom of the ladder to steady it for the girls climb Soon her voice fell like a message from a star All right Please join me soon The coiled up ropes dropped along the face of the rock Clothes pick hatchet hammer crowbars and other useful odds and ends were swung away the darkness for the moon as yet not illumine the crag The sailor darted Into Belle Vue castle and kicked heir leafy beds about the floor Then he slung all the rifles now five in nom ber over his shoulders and mounted the rope ladder which with the spore cords he drew up and colled with careful method 3OVJ H1HD13 NO aanNLLNOD Mans Unreasonableness- is often as great as womans But Thomas S Austin manager of the Republican of Leavenworth Ind was not unreasonable when he refused to allow the doctor to operate on his wife for female trouble he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed kind five 5 physi Afternnas per alleC J Hayden druggist Price 50c Tr Dealla Adair county timber and farming land about 000 acres ot the late Jame Page Was sold at public outcry by the adminis Orator Bidders were 1i4e from Cin cinnati Chicago Louisvine New AI bony rind other points McLean of purchaserQwas Left On His Doorstep Mt Sterling Ky 1iytA handsome boy baby was left on the door step at the country me of George W Anderson some time during the morning The littho o was comfortably clothed and wmpled In a baske- nail bore the appearance of bolus born They Ate Tomato Soup Louisville Ky May tAs the re suit of ptomaine poisoning Chester OConnor 7 and Jesse B OConnor 3 are at the point of death Marie OConnor 4 is recovering The vie Urns are children of R W OConnor who resides at 1848 DumesnU street Subscribe for yeari td Periodic PainsDr Miles AntiPain Pills are a most remarkable remedy for the relief of riodic pains backache nervous sick head ache or any of the distressing aches and pains that cause sufferingAs and leaves the system in an ex hausted condition it is wrong to suffer a moment longer than necessary and you should take the AntiPain Pills on first indication of an attack If taken as directed you may have entire confidence in their effectiveness as well as in the fact that they will leave no disagreeable aftereffects They contain no morphine opium chloral cocaine or other dangerous drugs For a long time I have suffered greatly with spells of backache that seem almost more than I can endure These attacks come on every month and last two or three days I have never been able to get anything thatwould give me much relief until I bebegan the use of Dr Miles AntlPala Pils and they always rellere me In ashort time My sister who suffers the same way has used them with thn same results MRS PARK 721 S Michigan St South Bend Ind Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by atthefalls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind I Peoples Deposit i Bank ISpringfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Ged D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VicePresident J A Boulware Cashier Chas M HcChord Asst Cashier H c Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham Judge L IIThurman G LHaydon JV SatterlY T X Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed ooooocooococoooooooooooooo OGOCOGOGCGOOOOOOOGOOOpOOOO O LEO HATDOX S B JB O HAYDON THOMPSON r Q LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky s Nice Outfits For Traveling Men Psoxc e 00000OO00OQe O JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director AndiLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUGI Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome e Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 0000000oeOoeooeo CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5iOO The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6viO Same including Sunday 8 20fThe Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in ti the week S 70 one mud the daily tCourierJournal any three days in the week six 2COmonths The Sun and the Sunday Cour 1 ierJournal one yearr 280 Address- THE SPRINGFIELD SINS Springfield Ky s ctLt i r 1 8 i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAYIO 1905 if + k to 15he Wings of rThe Morning By LUIS TRACY Copyright 19m by Edward J Clode bCHAPTERsailor knew so accurately tTlRE position of his reliable senJ that hecould follow each of the imaginary conflict on the other side of the island The first outbreak of desultory firing died away amidst a chorus of protest from every feathered inhabitant of the isle so Jenks assumed that the Dyaks had gathered again on the beach after riddling the scarecrow with bullets or slashing them with their heavy razor elAand notwihstanding their fear of the silent company in the hollow an vance was ultimately made along adf beach Within a few yards they countered the Invisible cord of the third spring gun There was a report and another fierce outbreak of muse ketry This was enough Not a man would move a step nearer that abode of the dead The next arose on the ridge near the commotioni At this rate of Jenks to the girl they will not reach in our house until daylight I almost wish they were here was the quiet reply I find this waiting and listening to be trying to thep were lying on a number of ragged garments hastily spread on thec ledge and peering intently into the moonlit area of Prospect park The somtup none could see them from the ground so densajras the darkness enveloping tllenyi4 turned slightly and took her hand in It was cool and moist It no more trembled than his own I The Dyaks are far more scared than yon he murmured with a laugh aretheyThen what a pity It is we cannot conjure up a ghost for their benefit All the spirits I have ever read aboutI were ridiculous Why cannot useful occasionally T The question set him thinking Unknown to to the girl the materials for a dramatic apparition were hidden amid the bushes near the well He cudgeled his brains to remember the stage effects of juvenile days but these need ed limelight blue flares mirrors phos phorus The absurdity of hoping to devise any such accessories while perched on a ledge in a remote island a larger reef of the thousands In the China sea tickled him What Is it asked Iris IItodiscuss trivial things Ic 1 dont know anything about phosphorus said the girl but you cart obtain queer results from sulphur and a there is an old box of Norwegian matches resting at this moment on the shelf In my room Dont you remem ber They were In your pocket and you were going to throw them awayr Why what are you doing For Jenks had cast the rope ladder loose and was evidently about to descend Have no fear he said I will not be away five minutes If you are going down I must come with you I will not be left hereJ alonePlease do not stop me he whis pered earnestly You must not come I will take no risk whatever If you remain here you can warn me instantly With both of us on the ground weJ will Incur real danger I want you to keep a sharp lookout toward Turtl- beach In case the Dyaks come that way Those who are crossing the is land will not reach us for a long time She yielded though unwillingly She was tremulous with anxiety on his account He vanished without another word She next saw him in the moonligh- tnear the well He was rustling amon the shrubs and he returned to the rock with something white in his arms which he seemingly deposited at xh mouth of the cave He went back tt the 7701 and carried another similar bunion Then he ran toward the irc tee The doorway was not visible from and she passed a few horrible moments until a low hiss be 4neath caught her ear She could tell by the creak of the rope ladder that h- was ascending At last he reached he tide and she murmured with a gasp ing sob Dont go away again I cannot stand it- Hethought It best to soothe her agt tation by arousing interest Still haul Sing In the ladder with one hand he held out the other on which luminous wisps were writhing like glowworms ghosts You are responsible he said rave me an excellent Idea and I obliged to carry It out What have you done rArranged a fearsome bogy in the cave But howT It was not exactly a pleasant oper nation but the only laws of necessity ire those which must be broken t She understood that he did not 1s her to question him further Perlrap- curiosity now that he was safe might have vanquished her terror and led to another enaandfor enlightenment but at that instant the sound of su angry voice and the crunching of coral away the left drove nil else from her mind They are coming by way of the beach after all whispered Jenks He was mistaken in a sense Anoth er outburst of intermittent firing among the trees on the north side of I the ridge showed that some at least of the Dyaks were advancing by their former route The appearance of the Dyak chief on the flat belt of shingle with his right arm slun accompanied by not acrosJbls a dozen followers sh passIless terrors TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEk Mail Order Houses LSpringfield 0 Sun If P T Barnum had not gone into the show business he would have start a mail order house Any man who- elieved and acted on the belief that tlbuggedorder house That is the religion of such institutions and they live up to it Nor does it seem to do any good to the methods of the mail order people From time to time the news peopleIforeign cities but the next mail is flooded with catalogues and the ex= press companies are loaded down with bundles just as if nothing had been rinted about it Women who will not believe their own eyes about apiece of will believe a catalogue and a daub of red ink A home merchant owho is responsible for everystatement that he makes may talk himself hoarse t and fail to convince a patron and a circular letter from an unknown man will be heeded as scripture The mail order house has no modern business It might placeI served a purpose when stores and when local merchants carried only the necessaries of life but they did not flourish then as they do now At this time when the local merchants have access to the best markets of the when their trade is sufficiently to enable them to buy in quantities when they can even afford to sell some of the mail order houses as they do Just why any one should pa tronize one of the censdOing busi ness through the corn prehension except upon Barnums theoryIt no good to appeal to peoples patriotism when it comes to a question of traffic but common sense ought to show that the merchant in New York or Chicago can not sell any cheaperI nor as cheap at the herein Springfield This old tommyrot about buying in large quantities enabling the merchants in large cities to so undersell their brothers in smaller has been exploded a thousand The difference between the of each plow point in a car load or ship load is so small that a postal i card would more than cover it ThereI is not a family in the country sumes enough goodsin ten years for the difference in cost to the Chicago merchant and the Springfield merchant to amount to enough to cover the post age expended in ordering the goods Go to some local concern that manufactures goods and ask how much cheaper the Chicago firm can buy than the firm here at home and you will find out thatI profits are figured so closely that there is not difference enough to buy a postal card You not care any thing about whether your home city succeeds you not have any love for your homeI merchant you may be one of these instietutions but you ought to have sense enough to know that there is but one satisfactory way to buy goods and that is to go to the store and look at the goods and get what you want If the goods do not give satisfaction you can go back to the merchant and tell him experiencegor from bad are paying tuition in a fromeTATHAM SPRING Mr Andrew Bunch is seriously ill at the present time enra Sunday Mr Murray Gilder and family visited his sister at Bethel Sunday Mr and Mrs Ivan Carey and little daughter Margery visited Mrs Noel of Willisburg Sunday Messrs Granville Brown Tim Snider and Ivan Phillips of Antibch attended Sunday school here Sunday SamuelWaswere Mr I P Johnson and family visited his mother at Johnsonville Sunday Misses Mattie Gordon and Ethel Scott were the guests of Miss Anna White Sunday Messrs Chris Jenkins and family John Jenkins and family and Jesse Cole bSrBof Sunday Miss Clara Dean was the pleasant L guest of Miss Nannie Kelling Sunday Prof Ivan Keeling attended church at Antioch Sunday Rev Mullins preached a very interesting sermon at Fairview Sunday night Mr John Hunt visited at Greens Chapel Sunday Quite a number of the young people of this place attended church at Fairview Sunday night VALLEY HILL- Mrs 1JJ W Tucker spent Thursday with her sister Airs Palmer Goatley Miss Louise Settle of Booker was the guest of Mrs George Tucker last week Jeff Goatley spent Saturday night with relatives near Maud Mr and Mrs W F Moran visited at gMrSpringfield were in our midst Thursday afternoon Messrs Otis Settle Clyde Goatley James Moran and Harry Derringer at church at New Hope Sunday Miss Rose Snider was in town shopping Saturday Messrs Gilbert Donohue and Frank ONeal were at Maud Sunday Miss Maggie Goatley and Ed Kelly attended services at St Rose Sunday afternoonr HopeBaptistof MondayMrthe misfortune to lose two of his fingers which were bitten off by a mule Clyde Goatley bought a threeyear pld mare from Ed Donelly for 110 OOOoo trrrtL oO ft0p0 HOWS 11 n pionlo110Sow to Mend Table LinenPA housewife whose linen al ways does her good service mends it with embroidery cotton of a number to correspond with the quality of the cloth Under the ragged edges of the tear she bastes a piece of stiff paper and makes a network of fine stitches back and forth over Its edges Carry Ing the stitches about an inch beyond the edges Thin places and breaks in linen may be run with the flax or embroidery floss and towels should be mended In the ame way rHow to jMnke Neck Ruffle It Is an economy to make for one prettyIFor a long neck and rather a thin one gather an inch wide lace upon the edge of a very narrow band of white swiss On the opposite edge of this band gath er a quarter inch wide wash lace Sew in the middle either a black velvet rib bon wide enough to hide the narrow swiss band or use a fancy guimpe or in harmony with the bodice of 1the gown The wider lace ruffle stands up round the throat but the narrower lack turns the opposite way for its ob becomIlngJy soiterately open lower sleeve These little details are of much Importance as they contrast with the ordinary wa sof finishing the necks of some gowns most unbecomingly How to Make Fruit Cookies One and threefourths tups of brown sugar threefourtbsof a cup of short cuing one egg thraPftmrtJis of a cup of sweet milk halt a teJmjoonful of salt clove nutmeg a of cinnamon a rounding teaspoonful iof otIoven noW to Treat Gloves This Is the proper way to treat a glove When you spy a tiny bole mend it without delay that it may not Increase in size Mend It on the Inside of the glove with fine cotton of tho same color as the kid Do not use silk for it soon wears out Never break oft your cotton but but it so as not to draw theseanr hard arid uneven When sewing a split iii ja finger seam insert a finger into the glove and draw the edges together so that they meet and that is all A ridge would not only be uncomfortable hut would look unsight ly When a glove Is too small and slits it is worse than useless to sew up the rent It must be patched The patch must be of kid of the same color icHow to Clean Velvet To lean velvet take pure turpentine and laoft clean cloths and sponge a small spot with the turpentine then wipe with one or more dry cloths When the entire piece cleaned hang in the air and afterward If possible In a hot room and the odor will leave it low to Clean Painted Wood When the painted woods of the in tenor of the house are soiled or spot ted get a plate of very good whiting It will cost only a few cents Dip a piece of flannel into warm water squeeze nearly dry and dip it into the whiting Then rub the paint with the whiting and all the dirt and grease will disap pear and the paint will look like new no matter how delicate How to Fold Vel18f Veils are apt to become narrow when a good deal tworn but if they are rolled up Instead the usual way when taken off they wll be found quite straight and like new when next want ed L Springfield Marketf Bacon Hams 15c sides 12c Beeswax 2c per pound Butter 20e per pound Chickens Hens Spring 10c toSOc Dried apples 5c per poundf Ducks 8e per pound corn Meal to 7V per bushel Eggs He per dozen Feathers 40c per pound Flour320to fiUO Ginseng 750 per pound Grain Wheat 115 corn30c Oats 40c HidesGreen 7c toLard1Oe per pound Lime to looper barrel Mill productsBran loo shlpstuff 3120 per pounds Potatoes Country 63c to 73c 0 OnlonslOOSaltSl S183iper barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow leper pound Iuegar5c to 46c per gallon WoolBurry and greasy 14Kc clear of rease 20c tub washed 28c Country rldnun 45c to 50c Geese iOcapelce Onion SetsSIS iLouisville Market CATTLE choice to prime shipping steers ioo to 5 is Medium to good shipping steers 524 tog choice butcher ateer4Y to 5ii Medium to good butchers 3 itUo 45o common to medium butchers 3 oo to 350 canners 100 to 2 00 Good to choice feeders 4 ooto474 commmon to medium feeders 3 00 to 3 oood to extra stock steers 3 to common to medium stock steers 2 75 to 326 oood to choice stock helfers2250to300 common to medium stock heifers 2 00 to 2 26 plain light mixed stockers 2 20 to 2 75 to choice bologna ballsy 3 00 to3 Medium to good bulls 2 50to3oo- qhoice veal calVesi 4foto5oo common to medium calves 3 50 to oo Choice to fancy milch cows 35 00 to 40 oo to good mulch cows2OO to 30 lain common much COWSnli 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice pack dr batch 20o to Sao Ibs 530 Medium packers Itfo to2oo lbs t 5 3o choice lightship 12o to ICo ibs 5 2o 90goodUght pigs to to 9o IbL 4 30 to 4 40 noughs15o to boo Ibs 00 to 475 SHEEP ANDLAIIB- Saoodt4extrnshipping sheep 00 to 50 51cnaCkSe 2 oo to 3 oo Extra shipping lambs 6 oo to 6 5o nest butcher lambs 5 oo to 5 Fair to good butcher lambs 476 to 5 00 Common tni1endlambsr ooto 45o A Prominent Farmer Dead Shelbyville Ky May 6 Thomas J Gill a prominent farmer died at his home seven miles east of here He was 63 years old and served in the federal army during the civil war with Gol RP Jacob mallpox in Hardln County Elizabethtown Ky May 6 Several cases of smallpox have developed near Hills Mill in this county The disease will spread The cases have been quarantined by the board of health The king of Siam has ordered two electric automobiles from a German- firm w1IrrI3 Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHilDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield OeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoOOeco lYOUNEEDIT SALVECURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence ofifs won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi rnoniuls coming from people who have been cured or greatly beJtefitedthepast- 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 DR JW THOMAS Hodgenville K- yftaa Co ooo C0Naoo 0000000000000 USE MARKS e= Sr X CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbersCist I Saleaiiiita B c BOOO5 r 11111 I H ISR C Boblitt J C Ensor L T Brown 1 tIL Boblitt Ensor Brown Livery Feed and Sli 5 ttele i t 4i SPRINGFIELD Ky J i First Class Outfits everything New For Traveling Men Telephone Ii ILLINOIS CENTRAL I RAILROAD 4HOFFERS VERY CHEAP ONE WAY RATES TO California and the Northwest Daily To May 15 Inclusive t Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New fMexico and Texas Very Cheap Round Trip Rates for Homeseekers Seeking loca tions in the South Mississippi and Louisiana April 18 and May 161i1 Write theUndersigned forLiterature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands F W HARLOW P A Louisville Ky fGOOOOOOOOOOOOCoooocooooocoo r Land N Railroad Time Table Incoming Trains onlyNo pmArrivesArrives at Bardstown Junctn 650II 930II 502u 1Leaves Louisvil1eu 600II 730II 410II e Outgoing Trains l HILLSBORO i Most all of the fanriers are about through planting corn and are prepar ing to set out tobacco Mrs Nan Scott is onj the sick list Miss Mollie Shewmaker returned to her home at Botland Saturday after a pleasant weeks visit with friends and relatives here She was accompanied home by Miss Eva Inman and Ernest Shewmaker v Mrs Mollie Sutherland has returned home after a few days visit in Ander countyMiss Sutton of Willisburg visited Miss Hattie Settle several days last week Misses Flossie mlfd Pearl Armstrong were the pleasant guests of Mrs Annie Montgomery last Tuesday Mrs Nannie Pmkston of Moores ville spent Saturday thrs Emma Pinkston here G H Ballard and daughter Miss atieof Pleasant Grove attended church here Sunday Bro John Key will preach at this place next Sunday night We hope to give him a large audience and good at tention Sam Montgomery and wife attended church at Tatham Springs Saturday and Sunday The singing given at Marshal Ke ings last Wednesday night was well attendedRev E Sutherland was in Spring field Monday shopping Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton and Hugh and Mitt Leachman attended church here Sunday Madam Rumor says we are to have a wedding soonguess who Howard Tatum bought two calves of J A Coulter for 36 and one from Larkin Dean price unknown- T J Trent bought a horse from Byon Parks last week price unknown We learn that Mr Parks has sold 148 horses since January 1st at prices rang ing from 10 to 125 per head Daily No 42 Daily No 43 ISunV 90 only Daily II No 41 1No 1LeavesIMiss Pearl Barr of near Springfield attended church here Sunday There was a large crowd out Sunday to hear Rev Hoskmson He preached an interesting sermon and everybody seemed to enjoy it very much We hope to have him with us again soon SUISCR1IEIS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub scribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn and oats farm products stock etc for sale or wanted insertedvery low rates =Conrad Hertlein Springfield has for sale a good milk cow also some thoroughbred Hereford bull calves 25 W H Whitehouse R F D No 4 has 100 extra locust posts for sale at 15 cents and 200 at 10 cents 26 Mrs A L Vize Springfield R FD No 2 has for sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs at 75 cents for 15 23 G T Clements Springfield R F D No1 has for sale 500 bushels of good corn 23S READ THIS1 RICHMOND KY Feb 9 1901r MoDearSirforkidney todayIcbeerfuJlyRespectfully JOHN A RIDDLE A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes tismIchildrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment cartDrJ O Box 628 St Louis Mo Sedtestimonial Sold by all druggist idf AteM 4