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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 tIm t uu lr Je 1 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY l I VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 NYMIER 21J 11 ATTEMPTS SUICIDEt CapL Van B Tyler Makes Unsuc cessful Attempt At Suicide Takes Large Quantity of Laudanum Capt Van B Tyler who lives at Frederickstown made an unsuccessful attempt to take his lifeyesterdayafter noon at 5 oclock by taking a large quantity of laudanum It will be re cornemitted suicide some weeks ago by tak ing carbolic acid Since that time the husband has frequently threatened to end his life and the attempt of yester day was no surprise to those who are acquainted with the circumstances Immediately after the deadly dose was swallowed Brs John Shaunty and Frank Hamilton arrived and pumped the poison from the unfortunate mans stomach After Tyler was releived he expressed himself as being glad he did not die although he said he was in deep trouble He said that he loved his wife dearly and thatsmce she had taken her life he hno desire to live However he now claims that he will not attempt t his life again BaseBall Game One of the most interesting local games of the season was played at the High School park last Friday between the Springfield Rocks and the Graded High School teams It ought to have been an easy victory for the Rocks but it appears that they were unable to r come in contact with Colvuis great spit ball up to the seventh inning when the score was tied each side hav ing made one run But an error one of the Rocks proved costly for their opponents walked off victorious Following is the score 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 89G H SO 0000012 03- Rocks0 0 0 0 0 010 0iFollowing is the lineup G H S Position Rocl- csLambertCatcher Ton ColvinPitcherRobertsonMcElroyFirst SimmsSecond baseJanesWaterstrThird baseMarksyckoffShort sto McCabe HumesLeft fiefdG Robertson Royalty Center fieldArnoldP- olin Right fieldWalters The principal featuresof the game were the twirling of both Colvin and Robertson and the catching of Lambert and Tong Marks and Waters were kept busy Graves and McElroy let nothing get awayJanes and Simms held down their positions like old vets McCabe and Wycoff were like brick walls at short and the outfielders ac cepted every chance A game of baseball played here yes terday afternoon between the Spring field Graded School and the Bardstown High School clubs resulted in a victory for Springfield by a score 19 to 7 U to the eighth inning Bardstown ha failed to score but errors on the part of the Springfielders during the eighth inning let in seven runs for the visiting club Corporations Commonwealths Attorney R L Dur ham has instituted action in the Washington Circuit Court against the Farm ers Bank of Mackville theWashingto- County Telephone Company and the Adams Express Company for 500 each for failure to have the word Incorpo rated in a conspicuous place on thei business houses He has also instituted action against the First National Bank and the Peoples Bank of this place fo 1000 each for failure to file with the Secretary of State a statement desig mating some one on whom process maybe served as provided by 571 of the Kentucky statute Dinner The ladies of the Christian church a Mackville will serve a court day dinner at Springfield Monday May 22 in oppositT e r t The Southern Baptist convention at Kansas City has concluded its labors and adjourned r A Strong Sermon It was announced last week hat on Sunday night at the Baptist church Rev Williams would preach especially to the pupils of the Graded School on the subject of Heart Cultivation Those who failed to hear him missed a rare treat He took as his guiding character AJoses at the time he was commanded by Jehova to prepare the tablet of stone to receive the command ments after he had broken the first in his rage Rev Williams descriptive powers are strong and one could almost see Moses before him toiling away that the tablet might be made ready He spoke of ignorance being the cause of so much sin and by overcoming ignorance a great step was taken toward preparing the heart for Gods truths He encouraged high sentiment in all its phases and dwelt on the deplorable condition fof soul without i- tEVIDENCEP AGAINST Tobacco Trust Sufficient to War rant Department of Justice to Make an Investigation Through federal Grand Jury Washington May 6Reports from NewYorkiCityto the effect that the Federal grand jury in that city has been called upon to deal with one phase of the Tobacco Trust are taken to mean here that evidencehas been found which may warrant theDepartment of Justice toproceed against the Tobacco Trust at some future date If the Taft investi gation succeeds in making out a clear case against the trust the Attorney General will succeedaccordingly Investigation of the TobaccoTrust by representatives of the Department of Justice has been going on since December 7 1904 On that date Attorney General Moody ordered an inquiry into the operations of the American Tobacco Company on a complaint Qf the Kentucky and Tennessee Planters Association made in person by Its president Felix Ewing of Tennessee The investigation was similar in character to that of the Beef Trust and injunction and possible criminal proceedings were aimed at- Yesterdays developments in New Yorkshow that sufficient knowledge hat been obtained of the doings of the trust to warrant a general investiga tion and that is now going on Attor ney General Moody said today that he could not depart from his fixed rules not to discuss the proceedings of any case underway He had not heard from New York that action had beefs taken against a member of the trust for re fusing to give testimony When the investigation was begun A E Garner a lawyer of Springfield Tenn was employed by the department to investigate the operations of the American Tobacco Company in the South Later on Henry W Taft a brother of Secretary Taft was em ployed by the Attorney General to con duct an investigation in New York the hasdtestimony since the beginning of the yearThe specific charge of the Planters Association was that the American Tobacco Company was maintaining a mo nopoly in violation of the Sherman anti trust law The complaints were very nearly of the same character as those made against the Beef Trust that the tobacco company made arbitrary prices nonalternative there being no other market fof their goods It is also main tained that the trust agrees on a price rrman antitrust law and that the Am r ican Tobacco Company is a conspiracy traderUmbrellas Repaired I am prepared to recover umbrellas- at from 35c up Work done on oho notice Dont throw a good e away Get my prices on this work and have it recovered Geo Tay or- t Herbert V Croker ason of Richar- Groker of New York was found dead in a seat in a train near Kansas City Death is believed to havebeen due to a drug A negro put Croker on the train at Kansas City and just before the train started the negro sprang off Croker had been attending the races at Elm Ridge Subscribe for The Sun 1 a year v i MARIE FEODOROVNA DOWAGER EMPRESS OF RUSSIA Russias dowager empress exerts a powerful Influence over the czar and la credited with being nn implacable enemy of reform She Is a daughter of Christian IX of Denmark and a sister of Queen Alexandra of Great Britain a THINKIN BACKrNJ t JAMES WHITCOMBE RILEY l Ive been thinkin back of late Sprisin And Im here to state signOfyinImAny more than sixtyfour Aint no young man any more growsOnOlder t he gits I jack Morehe keeps athinkin back Old as old men git to be Er as middleaged as me Folk U find us eye and mind Fixed on what weve left behin- dRehabilitatinlike Them old times we used to hike pickOut go In aswimmin Ooh myoh SYCAMORE VALLEY Cutwormsare doing great damage to corn tobacco and garden truck Wheat looks well and there is no complaint of the fly or rust this season We expect a good cropJ Mrs J D Sutherland has been so sick with heart and stomach trouble as to require the services of a physician but is thought to be better at this time Rev Thomas W Sutherland quite an able divine will preach at Love Ridge on the third Saturday night and Sun day and it is hoped his congregations will be large We have had sortie excellent weather for setting tobacco but little in that way has been done as thei farmers failed to have the ground in readiness and there will be a short crop unless more is put out at an early date for the plants will soon be too large Dr J T Cammack the well known and successful veterinary surgeon of Wardsville whtf was here in a professional way has returned home There is some talk of organizing baseball team in our Valley and al the boys are anxiQus to see ita go Efforts will be made tq secure Ivan Armstrong who twirled the Hillsboro team to so many victories last year for the box for our team We have some skill full ballplayers here and we hope they will succeed in organizing a club rtMrs John Shewmaker visited her pnreritsnear Fit eralds old tollgate last week Mr A F Settle who is suffering nodbetter his many friends are fear ful as to the changes for his rcovery Mr and Mrs Lee Settle and son visited her parents Mr and Mrs George Kelling at Pleasant View Sunday All the Masons of tKis vicinity at tended the Masonic supper at Mackville Friday night The crowd was l and the occasion was much eJjoyed The lode there is in a flourishing con- Wonder now we hadnt died Grate horseradish on m hide Jes athinkin how cold then Thatere worter must a ben goodnessmeI playedWith afraid Of and so made him the best Friend I had of all the rest Thinkin back I even hear Them acallin high and clear Ui the crickbanks where they seem Still hid in therelike a dream And me still apan tin on goneStillStill they hidebut thank the Lord Thinkin back as I have said I hear laughin on ahead dition and is receiving many new members Weve had some fine weather for fishing and ouristreamhas been fairly lined with anglers Since seining has been stopped we are able to catch some good fish and that too without the use of the silver hook Wherever 1 go I hear many compli ments passed on The Sun It is justly gaining the reputation of being one of the best country papers published in Kentucky It contains in addition to the local and count news all the State news of importance with a large budget of most interesting micellaneous matter In fact it is the paper for all and I predict it will not be long before The Sun will find its way into every home in Washimgton county Meeting at Old Burnt Church Arrangements pave been perfected for holding an allday meeting in the shady grove at the Old Burnt Church on the first Saturday in June and a pleasant time is anticipated Revs C C Allen W E Sutherland J A Sims- J F Johnson GV Burge and E P presentIthe occason and a cordial invitation is extended to the editor of The Sun to come out and help consume it A Belled Buzzard A buzzard wearing a bell was seen in vicinity last week but whether or it is the original one is not posi lthiS known When the bird flapped wings the tinkling of the bell could be distinctly heard It is said to make frequent visits to this part of the county I Thank the Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Arkfor the relief I got from Buck lens Arnica Salve It cured my fearful running sores which nothing else would heal and from which I had suffered for five years It is a marvelous heale for cuts burns and wounds Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c t for the Croaker if there should happen to be an indi vidual in our midst who has suffered his imagination to go astray so far as to think he has grievance against Provi dence and is ready with his hardluck story for any who will lend an ear and is at the same time spending the few short days of this life in listlessly longing for things unattainable let him hie to the summit of one of the nearby classic hills on one of these beautiful spring days with which we are blessed and there commune with nature in all her rugged grandeur for a few brief moments and contemplate the improvements going on around him and the prosperous and happycondition ofhisI town arid its people and if he doesnt change his mind even if he has nothing else to change the most natural and logical concusipn would be that his heart is out of tune and much too small He is anything but a true dis ciple of Dr Moyer who says we must Live out of doors and laugh but he is courting the services of the insanity expert Let little sunshine in SUNDA SCHOOL Workers Meet in Springfield in Annual Convention and Have a Successful Meeting Inter esting Papers and Addresses The Washington County Sunday School Association met in annualconvention here last Saturday Owing to the rain the convention was not well attended but the program was carried out not withstanding this drawback Secretary E A Fox of the State Sunday School Association was present and lent his aid in making aniriteresting meeting The morning session was consumed in discussing the Sunday school in its various phases Judge W E Selecman with his address on The Superintend ents Part and H E Walter with his discussion of The Teacher Part supplemented by the remarks of Mr Fox made up the program for the morning Mr Grigsby was then reelected president and Mrs Croake selected as secretary There being a vacancy in the office of vice president Mr W A Waters was chosen for that placeThe afternoon session was made doubly interesting by the address of Rev Williams on the subject of Soul Winning in the Sunday School His address was a strong one and those who failed to hear it missed a rare treat Rev Hoskinson read a very in teresting and instructive paper on The Great Teacher emphasizing thework and methods of the Master in His min istry on earth Rev Sutherland deliv eredanaddress on The Parents Part to make a good Sunday school urging the attendance of the parent as well as that of the child Those who attended the meeting pronounced it one of the best ever held in this city Sudden Death v Mr Sweeney who was born and reared at Mackville this county died very suddenly at Samuels Ky last Sunday of heart disease and his remains were brought to Springfield and take to Mackville Monday for in terrmend Mr Sweeney was about unmarriedsixtysixHe was well known in the Mackville section where he had many friends Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in Springfield Post Office for week end ing May 16 1905 Sudie Carrier Rev P W Carney U B Davies Ed S Eckles Kate Will Rev J D Larkin E M Parrot Bradie Perdue Miss Mahaley Roby Mrs Joe Roby Miss Mary Rogers E M Stevens W A WATERS P M Registered At Tatham Springs Tko following is a list of guests at Tatham Springs Hotel F W Wap per Louisville C H Miller Cincin nati 0 C J Yager Leitchfield Mr and Mrs J A Price Eminence Robert and W L McConnell and Mrs Hunter Railey Versailles Mr and Mrs J A Bouleware Miss Esther Bouleware Ricketts Bouleware Mrs W C Mc Springr field NEWTROUTE County Soon Wrfl Start from Springfield and WiN Be Knows As Route No sI A new rural routeNo 5leading out of Springfield will In all probability be established within the next two or three months Postmaster Waters is endeavoring to give to Washington county a complete system of rural free delivery and the establishment of this new route will be a long stepinct1Ie direction of completing the system inasmuch as route No 2 and the pro posed new route will cover the southwestern part of the county embracing No 9 voting precinct of Springfield and the bulk of the Frederickstown pre= cinct The new route will leave over the Bardstown pike with route No2 until the SL Rose and Loretto turnpike is reached then the Loretto pike wiT be traveled to Cecflville thence by dirt road back to the Bardstown pike at a point near Clements bridge thence via McIntire to Blincoe thence to a point on the Loretto pike known a Gasburg thence with pike to a school house near Louis Salisburys thence to the old Elizabethtown road following said road to the St Rose and Lebanom pike nearT P OBryans thence to Springfield via the Booker pike This will necessitate a change in No 2 as follows Leaving Springfield No 2 will go via Bardstown pike tarred erickstown thence to the St Rose wad Loretto pike via VCdntire postoffiee following said pike to Cecilville thence southeast via St Rosesi d Lebaaom pike to J S Osbournes thence to via Booker pike A committee among whom wereSuv7 Lloyd Haydon and Postmaster Waters met Congressman D H Smith at Bardstown yesterday and conferred with him in regard to the proposed route Mr Smith after hearing the cqmmittee said that he would at once recommend that route No5 be established i Letter From Missouri 1 51 JrDarkville Mo May 7190a Sun Springfield KyBeing a resiec- of your good paper and not having seen anything from Missouri I thought I would write you a few lines I left my home at Pottsville Kyv where I was born and raised in October 1874 and have been in Missouri ever since In 1881 I was called to Kentucky by the death of my father and with that exception I have never been in my native State since 1874 I know time has made many changes in Kentucky as well as Missouri but when I read in your paper of such men as Sam Mays John Howell and Ben Powell and think how long it has been since I saw them I dont wonder at my hair turning gray And then again I think of Tom RineHart Sidney Green Jacob Kimberlin G S Goode P C W Peterson Sam Pipes Rev R L Pun dom and others and ask myself where are they Some of them I know have passed over on the other side In your paper I see strange names in my old neighborhood old people have died and new ones taken their places But the dearest place un earth to me is Washington County Kentucky Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder In looking over your correspondence sellhave never seen stock of all kinds as high here in my life as it is this spring As an evidence of this fact I quote a few prices received at a recent sale One mare twelveyearsold 14850 1 horse eleven years old 1251 Year ling colt 105 1 yearling heifer 2250 1 twolyearold heifer 451 cow 56 sheep 8 per head Nothing low in Missouri if she did go republican last November I am a Bryan Democrat- I will bring this to a close by hoping that The Sun may spread until its ra brighten every home in Old Washington County vW SCOTT CAMPBELL Lodged in Jail Preston Taylor who was sent to the penitentiary from Nelson county for horsestealing was arrested as ht4kgi the praionhe having served tencehand was brought here ana lob in jail os ati indictment charging hi with hoCing y fit t k 2L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 t I t r = PrJ v The Fact that We Have Sold t J i k fi J III iar tf Buggies during the past few weeks is certainly convincing proof to those who are in the market rrvehicle that we have the right kind at the right prices We SELL because we please the buyerz I1LLIrsary E I l OOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXX OOCCQOOCCOCOOOCGCCOOCOOCXXXXXX COCO I + STAIGHT TALK + 1 I WBTTTEX FOR THE SUN BY 333 MISS ALERT WTCHFULNESSc 8 cx cxx s ooocxx ooocx oooooocx ccxxxx ooocx ooocx ooooooooooo Clerks You who have to do the shopping for a whol family did you ever notice the differ2at varieties of clerks you come across 1 First there is your zealous clerk he thinks fuss is impressive When you enter the store he twitches the desired piece from the shelf and slaps it down on the counter with a whirlwind velocity that would send your hat thru the front door into the street were it not securely fastened by your good half dozen hatpins You catch your breath and trust that this part of the perform ance is over Jot at all he conies again and again announcing the price per yard etc You gasp for breath and stoop to pick up your handkerchief which he has sent flying to the floor By this time if you havent forgotten how many yards you desired you have more selfpossession and patience than L Then there Is your stupid clerk he j thinks you mean blue tho you said ribIbonwith the idea that he doesnt go home till morning Now comes your im pertinent t clerk who puts his face unnecessarily close to yours and wants to know how many yards you said you wanted before you have even glanced at the goods He then leans on his el bows and stares you in the face as if his very soul was exhaling Hes a study Then there is your inattentive clerk who makes you wait for an answer while he finishes some discussion with another clerk or details some grievance r narrates something apart from bus5S meanwhile tossing for I 1 Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea placeIRemedy so Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery Diarrhoea It is equally valuable fo Summer Complaint and Cholera InranI tnm and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweetened it ispleasant to take Yon or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency Price 25c large size boa For sale by C J Haydon Spdn tel iy your inspection as one would throw a dog a bone any piece of goods that comes handiest to occupy your mind until he is ready to wait on you Then there is your high and mighty clerk What Ask him the price of a yard of silk or ribbon Shade of Daniel Webster forbid The idea is sacrilege Again you meet your dandy clerk Isnt that rich brOwn necktie killing Look at that vest And the way that hair is brushed And the ring on that little finger And look too at the fit of that suit Doesnt he consider himself an ornament to that store Last not least theres your sensible selfrespecting gentlemanly clerkyoung or old married or singlej as the case may bem capable alike of officiousness and attention who gives you time silently to look at that which you desire to see who answers you civily and respect fully when you speak to him and sends you oft with the desire to make another purchase at that store the very first opportunity Lqcate these if you so de sire I know whereof I speak Now as to the female clerks my pencil rer fuses 0 budge against them I alvvayfc make it a ruleNto stand by my own sex in any and everY effort tp earn their own livelihood innocently and honestly no matter how manyblunders they may make in doings it Suffice it to say that there are quite- as many varieties of female clerks as of the sterner sex I believe if I were about to join them I would be puzzled as to whether to choose a male 9ra female proprietor When a man is a brute he is SUCH a brute And when ones bread depends entirely upon him Heaven help the dependent Now one could call a woman proprietor- a nasty thing and then shed ay Youre another and thered nd of it but a manbrute would btan the lawthats what they itand scare you half to death if you were not up to such rascality with what he could say if you raised any racket I have sepn some of the pret tiest and most ladylike women em ployed as clerks also some so illman nered as to pretend nt to hear what you ask for Viand keep You standing until they have made a very minute in backrlookedrso utterly worn out so homesick and heartsick that I have felt tempted to sayCome cry it all out on my shoul der I know what relief we find in tears HouseCleaning It is actually my firm unalterable be lief that men naturallylike dirt ACTU ALLY like itelse why are they con stantly making sarcastic remarks and writing snappy articles about house cleaning which is a necessity but which is of course anything but agree able to we women folks who are obliged to overlook if not engage in this disagreeable duty Why do they add to the cares of such by saying they have to fly away and take refuge in some shed or attic to get the dust out of their injured optics And how dis dainfully they speak of those unpoet ical implements broomsand dustpans and otherwise throwing cold water on hot soapsuds I tell you they LIKE dirt Now how do you suppose our houses would look if we waited for them to give the signal for or even absented to a housecleaning Theywould look just courseIketyIfloors yc gods Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why suffer from Rheumatism when rone application of Chamberlains Pain quickIManyIbeenIrermanentMrsTennessee U S A writes II am a great sufferer from rheumatism all over from head to foot and Chamber lains Pain Balm isthe only thing that will relieve the pain sale by C J Haydon druggist Accidental Death rrIlarrodsburjj Her ldr r Otis Poulter agod twentytwo years accidentally killed himself Monday afternoon in Taylor Cunninghams wood land near Bondville In company with William Searcyy aged seventeen he had gone hunting with a flobert rifle and the two were on their y home when a squirrel ran up a tree anden tered a hollow Searcy took one side of the tree leaving Poulter on the opposite side with the gun Poulter sat down tp watch for the appearance of the game In a few minutes Searcy who was forty yards away heard the report of the rifle liut thougjit it had been fired at the squirrel until his com panion called Come quick Im shod He hurried to Poulter who placed his hand over his heart and asked him to go for help Searcy sat the wounded boy against a tree and started for a colored man who was plowing near by but had only gone a few yards when he saw Poulter pitch forward and when begot back to him he found he hadexpired The ball entered the left breast and lodged in the heart Coroner Gibbs held an inquest finda verdict in ac cordance with the above was returned Deceased was a son of the widow PoW Jer The FirstBorn To Mary Sarah Hamilton born April 1905 Firstborn of affection So sweetly dost thou rest Like the little birdling- In its downy nest Or a little cherub On an angels breast Little baby sleeper Thy mothers jo1 thou art You have stirred a fountain In her loving heart Dearest little being Of her life a part See thy mother heedeth Every little moan Hear too a sweet lullaby In an undertone Soothing thus the Brief unrest Of the darling one Baby when your bright eyes i Meet your mothers gaze Quickly will she notice All thy playful ways With a true devotion Such as mothers know So fairy little sleeper On thy mothers breast Nourished and enfolded In your downy nest With her pure affections Thou art doubly blest Frederickstown Ky E DSl Son Lost Mother Consumption runs in our family and throug it lost my mother If writes a B Reid of Harmony Me II For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a Cough or Cold I Discovryforfrom serious lung trouble His mothers death was a sad loss for Mr Reid lint he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Puce 50c and Guaran teed at C J Hl dons drug store Trial bottle free CARDWELL Mr S H Gardner spent last Sunday Vithhisfuthor Mrs Ada Sims spent last Sunday with her parents Mr SH Gardner is preparing for dry weather by cementing his cistern Death of Mrs Ivlary Royalty We are very sorry to have to record the death of Mrs Mary Royalty which occurred on Monday May 8 Death was due to spinal and heart trouble She leaves a husband andfour children an aged father three brothers two sis ters and a large number of friends to all of whom the condolence of the com munity is extended Mrs Royalty wasa member of the Glens Creek church and was well known and highly es teemed Fire destroyed thcAkin Erskine flouringmill at Evansville Loss over 100000 OOOOOOOOOOOQO O onnO n O QQQ QQQQQQQQQ QQOQQQQQQQQQa0 0 0 0 U The Kurfees Paint II G a0 O 0a 0Ct 0For All Kinds Of Good Painting Made In OneS Best0s 0a G That Good Paint 0 0 0 t 0 o REPRESENTS THE ac g WWBESTValue that money can buy It is 0 the safest Paint to use because a every gallon is guaranteed by the amanufacturer well as thedealerSOGreatest Covering Capacity long 0est Wearing Quality Most Beautiful 0 in Apperance All these you get in 0THED 0 That Good Paint For Sale By rr Red Cross Drug Store Springfield Ky 0 IIOtoaOa 0 0 0tF aOOaa tt ti0Jibtt0 O0 ri0rl 0tlOIF- Ott QOOQOQO OQQQQ OOOOOOOOO QQQ t tt t tt irtor tt i i + + + + + + + + + + + + Illtl A MARKET Where you caR i BEST NNNN NNN NN NN NNN +The Best Every Day the Year + F T COX COPhone us for Fresh Oysters and Fresh Fish NNNNu Mnnn nnn non A little early for but the hot days come pretty soon willj you will have to it Telephone us 1 i MEAT buy the N N N N In 44 NNN1I s NN NNNNNNN NNNNN NN =OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides titand tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market We are coostantly in the market for fat beeves t n Read the Watch Offer THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 3 Br W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalwork at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber r Dr1JIM Burton RESIDENT DENTIST feeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs B Ds LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident J Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the World Your solicited i Dr J H LAMPTON f OFFICE In Opera House Springfield KentuckyI J TV SCOTT MAYES f Washingtonaadadioiaing Federal Courts c C McCUORD I Will practice in all State and Federal Courts i W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington otAppeals g W E SELECMAN yr ATTYATLAW P Springfield Ky IvWHl practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court ofAppeals H E WALTER ATTYAtLAW Springfield Kentucky practiceinjoining counties eOOOOOOOOOOOOQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and EmbafmersJ Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness OiOOOOQ04QQOQQQ e DIRECTORY Circuit CourtL H Tliurman Sprfnpfleld Ky judge R L Durham Greensburg Corn Atty Ft1 Campbell clerk Goo Cst G Leachman Master Cominis lionerByron Croake Sheriff Deputies Ed Masters Sharpviile Sidney Osborne Spring geld Richard Ishain Macvlllc R II Trustee Jury Fund Court Logins Fourth Mondays in Febrdnry 3iav and toterCounty Court B L ev judge W F Booker County Clerk T S Says County Attorney Court convene fourth Monday in each month Quarterly Court begins third Monday In each month Court of Claims Meet at Springfield first Tuesday in Octolwr and April ountyTrttasurerRoot Noe F Moore Sur veyor Assessor Tan I Royalty T p OBrian d of SeliooKI W Bush Coroner J iL Montgomery METHODIST CmHen Kev J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and 700 p in Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night C urRC nRev P F Hennessy tI Pastor Services every Sunday at Sand 10 oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CakiSTUX Cucncn Eld W P Walden Pastor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 pm School every Sunday at 10 am Prayer meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST Rev Wm Harrison Wil liams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 930 a m Prayer meeting every Wed- neSday evening o Magistrates Dis So TaJ L Mudd No 2 Jno H Gorden No3 R D Riley No4 I Jas Divine No 5J W Gordon No 6 Jno O Polland SecretS JetiPs Ma onIvSnriT ldTv1 Ko SOP A M Master B L Sutton E Mays Secretary Meetings First un Third Monday in each month f A POSSE AFTER HIM William Shigle Shot and Killed Henry Murmer a Farmer Owensbord Ky May 12A posse is scouring the woods with bloodhound in this county for William Shigle who killed Henry MurMelat the lat ters farm Murmer was plowing when the man emptied the contents of a shotgunJntol his body The men disagreed over some work The coroners verdict was murder in the first degree Much excitement prevails in the reighborhood over the tragedy Ike Rhea fired two shots at his wife In an effort to end her life Both bullets went wild but the womana face is powder burn d She had rev cently sued for divor basking for all irony in the sum of 3000 She al leges he is heir to 2000 from the Ogden estate at LynchbUrg Vo and asks for an attachment pn 3000 ofj this bequeathmenL POSTPONED Elbert Hargis and Ed Callahan Re leased on Bail Lexington Ky May I5Ed Calla han aqd Elbert Hargis who were joint ly Indicted with James Hargls for com plicity In the murder of James Cock were released on bail of 10000 each Both returned to Jackson Aft er ball had been granted the Hargis cases were continued till the Septem term of court This gives the state court time to pas on the commonwealths appeal on the instructions of this courtfWARNER MUST HANG Gov Beckham Has Refused to Interfere In His Case Frankfort Ky May 12Gov Beck ham has declined to interfere with Judgmentat Louisville sentencing George Warner to hang for agsasslna don of PulaskI Leeds master engineer of the Louisville Nashville railroad Warners defense was that he had been blacklisted and refused employment He has attempted suicide He Is to be hanged May 18 next DEBUTANTE STAKES l Beautiful Bess From Fred Cooks Stable the Winner Louisville Ky May 12 Beautiful Bess from Fred Cooks stable won the Debutante stake for 2yearold 31 lies at jphurchill Downs The Gooltfilly was a heavilybacked evenmoney favorite and won easily by three lengths from Ohlyesa Lazell backed from 20 to 1 to 8 to 1 Won the third race Track heavy DROWNED They Attempted To Ford a Swollen Stream vin a Buggy Louisville Ky May 15The bodII of Misses Edna and Irene Bottorff boflug a tremendous downpour of rain Saturday they attempted to ford the stream in a buggy after the water had reached a depth of five or six feet andc the vehicle and occupants were swept aaway fROM THE PHILIPPINES Two Battalions of Fourth Will Soon Arrive at Ft Thomas Ft Thomas Ky May 11 Notice has been received by the commandant at Ft Thomas saying that two bat tallons and a band of the Fourth in 1JuneKentucky post The two companies of the Ninth noalat the fort will ga to Ft Sheridan when the troops from the Orient arrive With the addition ofj the two battalions of the Fourth the complement of men at the post will berten companies as there are two com panies of tne 27th now at the post Grand JUrYsY rk Lebanon Ent rprisetThe grand jury completed its work last Saturday after a twoweeks session Forty me indictments were re turned for offenses as follows Failure to ring bell and sound whistle 2 unlawfully taking personal property 1 carrying concealed deadly weapons 5 breach of the peace 5 petit larceny 2 maliciousshooting 2 liquor to minor 2 liquor inebriate public nuisance 1 assault and battery 3 selling cigar ette paper without license 1 perjury 1 disturbing religious worship 1 gaming 5 malicious cutting 1 The thirtyfirst Kentucky Derby was witnessed yesterday by one of the larg est crowds ever assembled at Churchill Downs the attendance being estimated at 25000 The historic event was won by Agile owned by Capt S S Brown the Pittsburg coal king There were only three starters Capt Jim Williams colt Rams Horn winning second place trackuwas RESCUES WOMAN He Had An Excited Passenger ojn HI3 Wagon Through a Creek Newport Ky May 13Wlth the water sweeping through Phillips creek with the speed of a millrace and the roadbed out of sight Wm A Sprague who carries femail between Newport and Grants Lick had a frantic struggle with an aged woman who insisted Upon jumping out of his in an effort to reach the shore He had to hold to the dashboard while he stepped into the stream and putting the woman on his shoulderS he struggled to shore through water up to his chin The horse balked in the middle of the stream and he had difficulty in keeping the light wagon from being overturnedWhile was attempting to pacify his passenger the mall sack was sept the wagon and went hurling downstream He induced a farmer to- watch his passenger and went in search of it He found it lodged against a tree that had been uprooted and had to swim for It The letters were soaked end it was difficult to decipher some of them A CYCLONE VICTIM Young Son of W B Snook Died of His Injuries Louisville Ky May 13Sydney Snook chief deputy in the local customs office received a telegram from his brother of Snyder Okla saying that his fouryearold son Bryant Snook had died of injuries received In the cyclone The telegram states that the rest of the family are alive KENTUCKY RED MEN They Voted To Establish a Wldowsf and Orphans Homei Frankfort Ky May ItThe great council of Kentucky Improved i Order of Red Men In session here voted to establish a widows and orphans home An annual tax of 50 cents was adopted to create the necessary fund The home will be located by the next annual council J H Cook of Montgom ery Ala great guard of the national council installed the newly elected officers of Kentucky council Preacher Favors Cards Bellevue Ky May 15 Archdeacon Thomas W Cooks rector of St John P E church this city announced that he would preach a series of three sermons dealing with card playing thea going and dancing and that he would advocatle thai the young people of his parish practice all three of the amusements tTt1E KENTUCKY DERBY a Agile Was An Easy Winner Over a Slow Track tLouisville Ky May 11 Moving with a long stealing effortless stride Agile Capt S S Browns beautiful ay colt passed under the wire an easy winner over a slow track of the gt Kentucky Derby Three anda lengths behind him came Hams on whom the hopes of Tennessee and the blue gras horsemen were fixed Trailing 15 lengths to the roar Layson from the stable of TP Hayes With but three starters It was one horse race The time for the tulle and a quarter was 2 Iu7i Nearly 20000 people saw the race run It was the opening day of the spring meeting of the new Louisville Jockey club Elder William Bentley Dead Anderson News On April 2A at his home near Wayside Elder William Bentley one of the known ministers of the Christian in Central Kentucky passed to his eternal reward having passed nine tytwo years on this earth For rnpre than half a century the best efforts of his life were given to the service he lovedthat of the ministry and when he finally was forced by his advancing age and consequent disabilities to retire it was his proudest boat thatj no weather had ever been too stormy and no night too dark for him to respondi the call of those in need of assist ance counselor consolation PLEASANT GROVE Left From Last Week Mr Clifton Leachmah and Miss Alma Leachman attended the Street Fair at Lebinon Mr H R Thompson and wife sitedI his pareuts here last Sunday Mr Ed Duncan and Miss Graham VanArsdale were in Springfield Sunday Mr Wood Young and wife visited Mr and Mrs Hundley West Sunday Mr Howell of Mackville bought a horse of Byon Parks for 90 Messrs Bruce Keene and E J Brown were in Harrodsburg and Dan ville last week on business Lieut D R Litsey of Ft Thomas parentsMessrs and Perry Marks were here Sunday Mr Bruce Keene bought a air of work mules from Mr W S Gibbs for i300s t Fx a KENTUCKY OIL Add Nearly a Quarter Million Barrels To the Production Barbourville Ky May 15The suc cesses of the past week in the Ken tucky oil field were confined largely to the Wayne county developments The W C Kennedy Co landed a fine well on the Briar farm being No 1 on that lease The Bradford Co completed the No 9 on the A H Spnnn and has pronounced it a 25barreler Tile is drilling INos 10 and 11IMarsh Bfos drilled in No 5 on thai Bell lease W It Emory Co corn pleted No5 on the Hughes place both fair producers The Wetzel Co is beginning to drill in a wild cat well some distance from the Keeton farm the nearest produc tion If this well results in a producer it will extend the territory In that rection The Kimball Co got a duster on the Keeton farm and is starting another weft on the Keeton arid one on the R Bell farm The entire production of the Knoc field for week is about 225500 barrels She Preferred the Dog thelleavingDunn principal the La onia Public- S hool and former Superintendent of Schools inCampbeU county on last Saturday his WitMrs Addie Maddox Dunn today filed suit for divorce in the Newport Circuit Court When Mrs Dunn left her home last Saturday she wrote a note to her husband stating she would never return to him It was the first intimation that his wife intended to leave Since then he has not been able to locate her although she is stopping with Cincinnafi relatives I just couldnt live with him any longer said Mrs Dunn when ques tioned as to the reasons for filing the divorce suit which comes as a great surprise to all their friends a He never took me to any place of amusement in seven years and opposed my going and taking the elevenyear old boy He would not go out with me but when he went for a promenade he took the dog along instead of me I will never return to him Seven years is long enough for any woman to stand silent contempt treatment Moonshine Hogs Sold Kentucky Standard The twentysix hogs confiscated by the Government in a recent moonshine raid near Balltown were sold last Saturday by Deputy Collector W H Hays Pash Bealmear bought three sows weight 1060 pounds for 4011 The same party also bought fifteen hogs weight 2400 pounds for 121 Eight shoats were sold to John Edelcn for 2830 They weighed 465 pounds j A Strange Customer Anderson News The accommodating ladies of the East Tennessee telephone exchange office were somewhat surprised on last Thursday afternoon when a 200 pound hog came pleasantly strolling up the steps into the exchange It being im possible for this caller to make known his wants the genial manager of the exchange gallantly came to the rescue of the young ladies and bravely bore his hogship down the stairs Onreach ing the pavempnt the hog turned and went into the Good Samaritan drug store whether for treatment or on ac count of the cool inviting aspect of the place we were unable to find out However in a short time the owner came with a rope and in triumph carried away his too sociably inclined property A Big Catch LaRue County Herald Mr CN McGill and wife and Miss Zula Wortham of this place were on a visit to Miss Worthains father in Hardin county last week and Iwhile there were members of a very success l fishing party In only two hours the three caught 200 pounds of fish weigh ng from three to ten pounds and the entire party landed a thousand pounds in that time But it was not the ordi nary way of fishing that was engaged in There is a small lake at the place and it had overflowed and run into Nolin creek The fish were caught on dry groundor rather wet groundand gathered up like potatoes Some took pitchforks and loaded them up and everybody got all that was wanted Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best I 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 mer chant of arlan Mich There is no question about its being the best as 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 For sale by C J Haydon druggist Fire at Evansville Indr destroyed property worth 100000 BoY SfDo You Want a Watch Here is the way to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get 4 FOUR 4Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch The timepiece is an excellent one guaranteed to keep correct time It is an openface stemwind stemset nickel ejust as the cut in this advertisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and Every boy in every community in Washington County can get one if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cab subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUNi p Springfield Roller Mills a 1 iSpringfields t Solid Comfort The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grcfcers ++ + +rT f Springfield Roller Mills f+ + + Screens OR Flies WHICH DO YOU WANTI We will sell you the Screens The fly comes without buying The Self Fitting Window ScreenThey fit themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop Springfield Lumber CoI 44sL- T T Lawn Mowers and Garden Hose Best makes at lowest prices Get our prices and examine goods before buying We can save you mone- yHAYDON BARBER fiHitltl rill ll tI It 43 + HEsuNs1AyR 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905A 5 II SPRINGFIELD SUN I Wednesday May 17 1905 ISSUED EVERX WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Tear no U Six Months 50 f Three Months 25 WIn WrIting to have your address changed paper1ali sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET a LiteeyCoujmrConxrr CLERK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHERIFF BcpERiJSTEjfDOT or SCHOOLS J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan TV T Mitchell DeputyCORONER MontRomery The fashion sheets say that hoopskirts are coming back in style If the women folk want iooDskirts theyought to haveem its no more than right that they have everything they want And now in advance oi the advent of the new style we hasten to ten der to the ladle of Springfield and vicinity our share of the side walks A woman at Newport Ky is praying the court for divorce be cause she alleges her husband would rather take walks with his dog than with her It is very probable that the dog thinks more of the husband than she does Politics is a little quiet just at present Indeed its on the bum but the bum will be on top about Sept randwill remain drunk until the polls close on election day If the world is mistreating you its because shes got you bluffed Dont bestow too much affec tion upon a dollar Love the roses andsend usthe dollar a one years subrciption to Th Springfield Sun In a recent editorial the Louis ville Herald says that Caleb Pow ers has suffered for conviction How much more conviction does Powers need to alleviate hi suffering Hes had three doses two life sentences one death How many people in Washing ton county believe that Judge Hargis is innocent of the crimes ofwhich he stands accused How people in Washington county be lieve that Caleb Powers is inno cent of the crime for which he has three times been convicted Editor Thornbury of the Ma jrionlFalcon thinks that vaccina tion is killing a fellow one way to keep him from dying another Nan Patterson the show girl has been released from prison The advertising she has received as a result of having been tried for murder will be worth a bush el of coin to Nan every time she appearS before the footlights a Judge Hargis is back inBreath itt county marking men 0c If anything can be said in Judge Hargis favor it is this He didnot attempt to escape to the Kentucky mountains under dis guise nor did he hump him self to the Indiana shore of the Ohio Cyclones and railroadwrecks are making it more necessary that race suicide be discouraged We have a copy ot the Shef field Ala Reaper the first issue of the paper under the new man agement Mr Harry Hans brough who was untilrecently connected with The Sun is part owner of the paper he having bought an interest from his brothers Mordie and Morias Hansbrough The Reaper is a sixcolumn eightpage paper and the first issue is chock full of news Sheffield is one of the best most progressive little cities in Alabamajust the sort ofa toWn that appreciates a good newspaper For this reason the Reaper will come with a whoop Itsa good pneone of the best in Alabama That Chicago teamsters strike ought to be pulled off Honesty is the best policybet ter than a twentypar life When you deliberately and maliciously place a Banana peel upon a sidewalk you may be set ting a deathtrap for your own mother Stop to think what a mean coward you are then kick the peeling into the street recentlyeto his cottage home because the word knob sounds so much like the word mob An exchange says the world is thingssso grand jury A fool and his money soon part Then his wifealso leaves him Iiil Pestulancy and 11InI VIMAL T I H HOME I H- It z 11 recuperates the wife and mother it nourishes A brain and soothes the overtaxed nerves of the fat VI MALT is the key to the happy home A herIday will realize for husband and wife that felicity that was the dream of their courtship days I5c IPer Bottle at- t IHAYDo RMACY y J VALLEY MILL ine farmers are taking advantage- o the fine tobacco seasons by getting alfipf their tobacco plants into the soil Bliss Martha Tucker of Frederks town was with friends here Wednesday Mrs Palmer Goatly and daughter Ola visited Joe Settle and family near Booker Tuesday Thomas Reed and wife spentSaturday and Sunday with the latters parents at Maud Mrs Mag Grundy is very ill at this writing Samuel Tucker and family visited rela tives at Lebanon and Bradfordsvill last week Will Gray of Polin was a visitor here Sunday night M W Seay and wife spent Saturday night with relatives near Maud Miss Mable Tucker was the guest of Miss Louise Settle at Booker the first of the week Ernest Goatley has a new buggy MACKVILLE The report last week that Rev Gor don lectured here was a mistake A report was circulated here that he was not coming and on that Account many people did not go out but were much disappointed Rev Gordon was un justly treated as he was hereon time As there has been a fine season for several days our farmers are busy set ting tobacco lhG V Tood and children have returned from a visit to her parents at Somerset Mrs Josie Mayes has returned from Fenwick where she has been with her sister who is sick On account of theunfavorable weather Revj Purdom preached to a small con gregation Sunday Mrs Ina Barnett visited her parents at Texas Thursday Mfand Mrs James Cregor visited at the Jake Kimberlin home Thursday nightIMessrs Archie and Harvey Sweeney were in Louisville Sunday Messrs Lois Yankey and Prentice Mayes accompanied by Misses Zilpha Rowe and Addie Warren attended the social at Thompsonville last Thursday night Robert Isham of Jensonton was the guest of Otha and Zelbert Hatchett Saturday and Sunday Success to The Sun CARDWELL Mr G W Foster of Rose Hill last week called to see Mrs E W Royalty who is very sick A good many farmers in this vicinity are through setting tobacco Charley Baker bought a fouryearold mare from B Lawson for 80 Mr and Mrs James Graham visited WjLr Graham last Sunday Messrs MbElroy and Wharton of Springfield were here on business two days last week ET Perkins bought a fouryearold horse from Charley Baker for 75 also a brown mare from E G Holliday for 50 W H Litteral sold a sow and eight pigs for 16 Last Saturday Mr R A Willham heard dogs chasing something but con cluded they were after a cat However he made an investigation and found that the dogs were after his sheep and hadsucceeded in killing one He then killed his own dog and two for his neighbor James Lambert Rev H P Hatchett preached to a large congregation at Mount Freedom last Sunday Messrs T T Perkins and H J Brown were in Lawrenceburg Monday Mr Ruel Foster and his mother of Springfield attended the funeral of Mrs N B Royalty here Tuesday Sanders Co received wool here last week paying 30J cents S G Cull re ceived 1500 at the same price Mrs M A Perkins and mother of Battlewere visitors at William Fos ters Sunday Mr Robinson and family of Tablow visited at J4 H Browns Sunday Rev E W Somers preached to a large congregation at Tatham Spring Sunday Mrs Lydia Worner of Salyisa is here on a visit for a few days Mr and Mrs Cash Shewmaker vis ited at W H Litterals Sunday- I am sorry to say that some of our boys must appear before Judge Litsey and answer to the charge of disturbing religious worship at Glens Creek on the fifth Sunday Whatever the penalty may be for such misconduct it is hoped the experience will prove valuable Have you subscribed for The Sun 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 tejjifoot wareroom full length Building has 20inch shelving Fine opportunity Idesire to sell on acs count of ill health Can be bought reasonable Easy terms Write or call on T J GRAVES 26 Mackville Ky LONG RUN Mrs Jake Cocanoueher and Mrs Mel vina Young visited Mrs Elizabeth Coy canougher Monday Mr Bert Coyle of Springfield was the guest of his brother Mr J M Coyle Sunday Prof Sanders will be with his singing classlat Beech Grove Friday night hope to see all the class andmany others out Miss Gertie Coyle and sister were among those who attended church at Antioch Sunday Marcus Cocanougher and wife visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs Cy Harmon Sunday The dinner given Mr Smith Drury Saturday was excellent They also re ceived many handsome presents Mr and Mrs Drury recently lost their house and contents by fire The rain has afforded tobacco growers an excellent opportunity y to plant and a good many have taken advantage of it A farmer recently said In a boundary near me where there were three acres of tobacco last season fifty acres would be planted this year Quite an increase in acreage Mr George Key and family were guests at the home of Mr Wm Russell SundayMr Charles Cocanougher and wife visited the latters brother Bob Crain of Mercer county last week Mr Will Whayne and family visited the family of Houston Green Wednesday LITSEY v Mrs E J Wilson is visiting her son Z P Leachman this week Rev J A Sims will preach at Hills boro next Sunday evening Messrs Ormsby Shewmaker and Mitt Leachman were at Black Ky Sunday Mrs Beulah Claybrooke was the guest of her mother Mrs A L Litsey Henry Merritt who had his leg broken a few weeks agp is doing Julia Leachman and daughter Lillian spent Saturday with Mrs J A Sims They also attended preaching at Rockbridge Saturday afternoon- Mr and Mrs John Leachman and a number of friends were highly enter tained at their home Saturday night by Mr Joe Smith of Springfield with his graphophpne On the first Sunday afternoon in June Rev Todd of Mackville will preach at Hillsboro Rev Williams of Spring field will preach at the same place on the second Sunday afternoon WILLISBURG t We have fine growing weather and an excellent season for setting tobacco and farmers generally are taking ad vantage of it They are much encour aged at the prospect of a good crop this season Dr W W Hyatt bought from Will Hatchett of Mackville a fine harness horse Price 150 MrJ M Trent bought from Mr Hendren of Mercer county a fine harness horse Price 145 Mr Alvie Foster bought from Mr Jima Harlow of this place a nice harness mare Price 85 Mr Dick Riley is quite ill at this time He is suffering with blood pois oning Mr A w Breckenridge is quite fqe ble from t einfirmities of age Miss Lu a Trent is visiting her sister Mrs A B Wells Mrs Fannie Shealy was shopping in Springfiel last week Mr and Mrs W S Gibbs visited relatives ind friends in Harrodsbiirg last week Miss Lula Merritt has returned front a pleasan Visit to relatives and friends at Chaplir Mrs T Wells is visiting her mother Ilrs Mitchell at Lawrence burg a rUss Ac die Foster visited Miss Annie Ivoy unday Mrs Dora Shields of Chaplin was Mrs Sue Merritt a few thegUCStof Shirley and sister Miss relatives at Litsey last week Mrs Arianda Hyatt is visiting her son Dr William Hyatt of Springfield- Mr A B Wells is visiting his daughter Mrs James Brown of Louisville Mrs Frank Ash visited her mother Mrs C RCheatham Friday Mr and Mrs Ernest Harlow visited at Battle Sunday Mr T J Trent and family attended Sunday school here Sunday A good many of our young people attended church at Tatham Spring Sun day Decoration Day will be observed here on Saturday May 27 W 5 Shirley Co have received a new line of buggies The Wings of the Morning is read with much interest and The Sun is highly appreciated by all here A flour famine is threatened in Chicago owing to the inability to get it delivered t t The toStore t ++Bar gains Shirts Collars Neckwear t Swell negligee shirts inall f latest things in collars hosiery rho ZiBig Store delighting unequaled Nothing ibefore shown I EVERY NEW SHAPE and SHADEf derweart assortt and underwear at which we guarantee to be saris factory i ROBERTSON BROSi lII1Z4HHIlZ41Z ii iiii 4 PLEASANT HILL News is scarce this week but in order to make paper newsy Lw411 try and write a few items We have had a fine tobacco season and farmers are busy setting plants Gardens in this section are looking well most of the corn is and we have a very goodstand Misses Irma and Anna Graham were at Tatham Springs Sunday Will Shirley of Willisburg spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Miss Addie Keeling was a pleasant guest of Mrs I P Johnson Thursday night We were pleasantly surprised to hear of the marriage of Miss Lillian Colvin at Bardstown recently She was well known here where she frequently visited We wish her a long and happy life The Brotherhood of Railroad Train men is holding annual convention at Buffalo 4 W Styles in Hats for boys and men are the trade Why Because the ideal is easily found in this e + display of Springy styles tlike it ever here + priceS 0 ii X our up its BROOKSVILLE Mr Marion Baxter bought a buggy 4 from Walter Well for 65 IMr W P Cheatham and daughter Miss Pearl spent Friday and Saturday in Louisville 4 This place was well represented at Rob Bridge Saturday and Sunday Earl Cheatham has bought a new rubbertire buggy Itsfrom Cincinnati Mr A C Pinkston is better at this writingI pleased to notice that a corre spondent from Sparrow in Anderson county has loosened up Several from this place attended church at Hillsboro Sunday night Jliss Hattie Settle entertained few of her many friends on Saturday night Mr Oscar Shirley and Miss Nora Chfcatham were visitors at Pulliam last SundayMr and Miss Artie Sutton visited at Hillsboro Thursday We had a nice rain Friday and many acres were set in tobacco in this com munity l FiYTZT9ot 4 iTHE BIG STORE 1 i = t The Parents Duty ttIs to make the little fellows look well r- i they like to be stylish as well as grown J up people Cant you remember how proud you used to be when mother diked t you out in your new gingham or your new troun4about Certainly you can all of fc us those days u it 411 A nice line of Linens Dimities Lawns and Marseilles for dresses Buster Brown Collars t1tBuster Brown Shoes and Oxfords in Black + Tan tind White Grecian Barefoot Sandals tw pretty line of hose White Duck Caqs Tam OShanters Boys Waists E- tcROBERTSON + i BROS i+ + J THEiSPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 5 t t t t 1A f New ilatsiRECEIVED EVERY WEEK BY Mrs Williams l The Leading Milliner 1New Patterns In Tailored Hatsor 1and ready to wears for Ladies Misses and Chil dren in every week Come in and see them 0000000000000THE FIRST iI 0 1 National Bank f- O 0 5 oF n SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY WMIIp11Nn CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided 0Profits 25000 n OFFICERS B L Litsey President iI John W Lewis VicePresident nA C McElroy Cashier iI L B Cain Asst Cashiert-R E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS o B L Litsey J W Lewis 0- o 0Sidney Green F HM M Campbelln oJno O Polin 4Ift We grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have J not already an account with this Ct bank we invite your patronage 0 aoooaaaaaaa g Local News Notes SaltRising Bread at John C Shaders t Rice5 cents per pound at John C Shaders H WantedHams Shoulders and Side Meat John1C Shader Pure Sorghum Molasses arid Country Vinegar at John C Shaders Telephone No 116 for fruits vegeta pbles and groceries Free delivery John C Shader Rev J C Hoskinson reports avery large congregation at Pleasant Run on last Sunday morning It you want the best buy Old Hon esty Coffe John C Shader sole agent The third quarterly meeting for the Springfield circuit will be held at East Texas on Wednesday and Thursday e May 24 and 25 begiriing on Wednesday at11 oclock a m and closing on Thurs f day at 8 oclock p m All are cordially invited to attend these meetings J C HOSKINSON P C Try John C Shader for groceries Everything nice and fresh James Alvey son of Mr Georgt A l vey of Frederickstown who was at tending the State School for the Deaf liliiii Phone EightyN1ine I We are always walting At our end of the linej at Danville fell through an opening in the floor at Dawsons mill last week and was almost instantly killed Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening Dont be afraid you will injure your health by arising with the sun and cul tivating an appetite by doing some thing in the way of beautifying your surroundings by using the lawn mower that is rusting in some outoftheway place sprinkling where needed pulling weeds burning all unsightly rubbish and eliminating the superfluous branches from the shade trees thereby adding beauty and symmetry to your place of residence Try a nice lamb roast from Carpenters Circuit court convenes here next Monday Both the criminal and civil dockets are light and there are few cases of interest to be disposed of Go to Carpenters for lamb chops a onofo 0 gannQ TlHE KNOTTCO We desire to extend an invitation to the ladies of Springfield and Washing parlorSaturday May 20 and see a pretty line of new hats which we will have on display on that day Nice Lot Trimmed Hats at from 2to4 Childrens headwear at very low prices A pretty line of White Duck Hats and Caps THE i11 TTfchilemost trio of the y i aled on the bayou bedC3k P a lGrea r or bYICUl1worms When you have a drug store need and are unabla to come toour store for it telephone us and we will de liver it promptly We will send to your home for prescriptions and de liver the medicine alter it is corn poundedGet habit of remembering phone 89 whenever you have occasion to think of drugs An emergency may arise when our service will be of the utmost valueto you Prescriptions a SpeciAlty THE RED CROSS DRUb STORE ji J DR P W WELLS PROPRIETOR- s s 0 0ooooooooe 0 0ni Notes nnVisitors In and Out of TowriA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 5 n Personal News 0oaaor0g9noooo brwIF Trustwas in Lebanon Sunday Mr J B Robertson was in Louis ville this week =Mrs W E Leachman is in Lbuis ville this week Miss Ethel Searcy was in Louise last week Mr J C McElroy was in Bards tqwn last week The little child of Mr and Mrs B F Neikirk is quite ill Mr and Mrs C C McChord were in Louisville last week Dr S J Smock is in Lawrence burg today on business Mr and Mrs J L Barber were in Louisville one day last week Mrs H P McChord entertained a few friends at flinch this afternoon Mr and Mrs Fred Grigsby spent Sunday at Bloomfield with relatives Mr and Mrs W L McClelland visited relatives in LebanonSunday Mrs Eva Rpgers and Mrs Fred Hagan were ii Louisville last week Miss of Nashville Tenn is the NetBarr Jennie McCabe Waters arid Lydia McElroy visited in Louisville last week Mrs J Willett has returned from a visit tc relatives in Bardstown Miss Susi Penn left this morning for a visit to er brother at Sadieville Ky Misses El iza and Eddie Mullican visited ThursLday Messrs J Harold Hurst and Thomas Stoker of pardstown were here Surd Miss Alethaire Medley has returned from a short visit to friends at Louisville iMrs Amanda Hyatt of Willisburg here is visiting Iherson Dr M W Hyatt Mr Tommy Hamilton of fired erickstown spent Sunday with friends here Misses Annie McChord and Esther Boujeware havereturned from Tatham Springs MrsJ Smith Barlow and little brother are visiting Mr and MrsClay brooke TDr Price W Wells has returned from a business trip to Cleveland and Cincinnati Mr Fred Hagan who has been quite ill for several days of pneumonia is better Mr Belbaum druggist at H1y tons Pharmacy will soon move his family to this place Mr Thomas A Medley of Owens Lboro visitedliis mother here Monday and Tuesday Mr P McChord who has been quite sick for several days is able to be out again Miss Myrtle Price will leave Tturr day for a visit to friends in Bards town and Louisville Dr arid Mrs Mclntire of Fred erickstown spent Monday at the home of J W Itiedcl Mrs W F Trusty has returned imIprovedMiss Lucy Selecman and Rev W IL Williams Were visiting in Lebanon one day last week IMiss villeFr aunt Miss Fannie Wall first of the week IrJames and Will Wharton of Louisville visited their parents here the first of the week TaylorsID Wells this week IMr Guy Wiggingtori and Miss Clark of Fairfield Fare visit ing friends here this week Mrs G W Greene and children of Louisville are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J A Shader Mr and Mrs Ben D Elder and Miss Alice Logsdori of St Marys were visiting relatives here last week Drs W W Hyatt of Willisburg and M W Hyatt of this place were in Lebanon yesterday on business Miss Margaret Bunnell andsister of Lebanon are visiting their grandmother Mrs Pope at this place Mrs J F Pettus and daughter Elizabeth are at home after several weeks spent at Henderson ville N C = Messrs C W Hagan Guy Wig gingtori and Misses Jennie McCabe and day Elizabeth Clark were in Lebanon Sun Mr and Mrs John McGhord of Lebanon were here last week to see their son Mr Phil McChord who is ill He iis now about well Miss Bettie Irvine was called to Louisville this morning by the serious illness of her brother who is at St Josephs Infirmary Miss Jennie Litsey of near Canary who was operated upon at Dr McMur trys Infirmary in Louisville recently has returned home much improved in health The following from this place at tended a masonic baifquet at Mackville last Friday night W F Neikirk E S Mayes Sr C M McChord H M Grundy ProfG W Colvin Theo Campbell T E Hardesty N G Marks DrS J Smock and W F Grigsby The banquet was given by the ladies of Mackville and was most highly enjoyed by all present The folllowing ladies andg gentlemen compose the party who will picnic at Simpsons Island today Misses Nellie Barr Jennie McCabe Myrtle Price Flora Mudd Bessie and Marcia Leach man and Annie Lattimer and Messrs Barber Baldwin Shaker Robertson H E Walter C W Hagan David Litsey Will Medley W li Claybrooke and Charles Ha don PLEASANT GROVE The farmers gladly welcomed the rain and have been very busy setting tobacco The cutworms are playing havoc with the plants Mr Bruce Keene was in Harrodsburg last week on business Mr Byon Parks and Miss Lizzie Mal- Gregory were visiting friends in Danville the first of the week Mr Booker McLasky visited his uncie Mr E J Brown Friday and Saturday Mr Will Duncan and family visited his parents in Springfield Sunday Miss Nannie Young visited her uncle Mr William Young in Springfield Sat urday and Sunday Mr and Mrs B D Lake were the guests of Mr and Mrs Will Thompson Sunday Mr Steve Thompson Jr and wife visited Mrs Alice Thompson last Sunday Mr J RClaybrooke and wife visited the latters parents here Saturday and Sunday Mr Lee Fenwick of Thompsonville was in the Grove Sunday Mrs B L Litsey attended church in Springfield Sunday Messrs Roscoe Inman and Clarence Young visited friends near Texas Sun dayMr and Mrs Harvey Noe were guests of Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe of Spring field Monday t HSLLSBORO There has been but little tobacco set in our vicinity and that little is being damagedconsiderably by cutworms Mesdames Rena Gillespie and Ran Davis were the guests of Mrs Mat In man Monday Mr and Mrs John Armstrong attended church at Rock Bridge Sunday Misses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong visited their uncle Douslas Royalty Saturday and Sunday Misses Maud and Eva Inman of this place and Ernest Shewmaker of Fen wick were the guests of Miss Pearl Barr of near Springfield Sunday Miss Sarah Ship ds visited Miss Myrtle Armstrong Sunday Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland Mr and Mrs J M Montgomery Felix Noel P B and J T Prather and Oscar Mcllvoy of this place attended the Masonic banquet at Mackville last Fri day night B IL Mcllvoy and family visited rela tives at Willisburg Sunday Miss Viola Vice is visiting her mother Mrs Sue Vice at Willisburg Misses Bertha and Susie Edgerton and Mr John Kelly were pleasantly en tertained at Mr John Leachmans Sat urday night by Mr Jo Smith with his gruphophoneMiss Edgerton and Hugh Leachman attended Sunday school here Sunday Rev W E Sutherland and Mr J M Montgomery attended the lodge meeting in Springfield Monday nig- htRealtyBargains 195 acres fine Washington county splendid improvements at 60 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at 62255 acres highly improved stock farm Mercer county at 38100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg- on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county goqd land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 307 acres Spencer county a good neat 50 Exchange 340 acres hemp and tobacco land Garrard coun ty at 36 ExchangeStore prop erty 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 T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky it 1 = IIIII iIIII THE DOUBLESTORE GRUNgY CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE i A Chat With Ment We have received our second order of TwoPiece suits our first order having been exhausted in just two or three days We havethese suits in and double breasted styles and at prices ranging from 5 to 12t SO Our trade on these goods has been larger than we ev er dreamed of this we attribute not so much to the de mand for the suits but to the fact that we are offering something unually nice at a very low price Outing Pants and Caps We also have a large line of Outing Pants and Caps which we are now offering at low prices Come in and fit yourself in a summer suit Keep cool while the summer sun shines hot H i I C We Want to Supply Your Wants If You Are WANTING H QUEENSWARI We have a large and handsome stock and can interest you in prices H mJifit A LARGE LINE OF Window Screens and Door H Screens VS UA6ANBROS THE SUN 1 A YEAR S 4 a THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 KENTUCKY TO DATE I If It Happened In Kentucky You Will Find It Here Condensed Items From Every Quarter of the State JTHE BUSY FARMER MAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A GLANCE OR SO Seized the Distillery Louisville Ky May 12 Assistant District Attorney M H Thacher filed Information in the federal court to ob talrf judgment of forfeiture of the Charles M Smith Brandy Distillery at Addyville Ky It is alleged that Smith refilled packages without renewing the stamps House Fired by Lightning ML Sterling Ky May 12A heavy storm passed over this county and rain Ifell in torrents All creeks are out of their banks TheTiouse of Rev W- HinerJ1L of Camargo was struck by- tnghtnlng and set on fire but was ex jtinguished without much damage A Native of Kentucky WI1lilfordton States league and first president ol the organization died at his Green vllle Mississippi home The do ceased was a native of Frankfort Ky where he leaves many relatives Woman Burned to Death Harrodsburg Ky May 12 While preparing supper the clothing of Mrs John Lester of New Cardwell Ignited from the stove and she wits fatally burned before the flames could be ex tinguished She lived only a few hours and died in great agony Given a Life Sentence Harrodsburg Ky May 12Abe Demaree colored who shot and killed Ella Meaux his sweetheart was given a life sentence in the penitentiary Fletcher Ogle and B W Lockmuller were each given four years They rob liea farmhouse i I Dr H G Shearin Chosen Lexington Ky May 12Dr H tL Shearin for the past three years professor in English at Ripon College Eipon Wisconsin has been chosen to encceed Prof O C Freeman as pro lessor to the chair of English at Ken tucky university Rich Coal Lands Sold m Sterling Ky May 12 The Cas ddy coal Co of Lexington completed the purchase of the Diamond coal mines in Laurel county paying 70000 cash The company Is composed of- W E and T D Cassidy formerly of W city Heat Prostrates Banker Owensboro Ky May 12F T Gun tier vice president of the National Deposit bank one of the democratic nom inees for representative from the Owensboro district was overcome by the heat here and Is in a serious con dition Drank Carbolic Acid Owingsville Ky May 12Twenty yearold William Waldrek the son of Dr Waldrek of Hilltop Fleming coun ty committed suicide with carbolic acid at West Liberty Morgan county He was despondent over ill health Nearly 400 Indictments Henderson Ky May12The grand Jury for Henderson county returned 271 indictments against the Standard Oil Co on the charge of peddling oil petroleum and lubricating material without having state license Stole a Locomotive Williamsburg Ky May 12Levl Richardson who stole a locomotive out of the wards at JeUco Ibouta- year ago and ran it to Mt Ash six miles north was given two years in the penitentiary here Dressel Compromised Louisville Ky May 11J Dressel of Covington Ky who came here to cause the arrest of James Bagley al leged by ijressel to have eloped with Mrs Dressel and a fiveyearold chili has returned to his home with the child leaving Mrs Dressel and Bagley The trio reached a compromise Freed Brother By Accusing Himself Louisville Ky May llWhen the case of Ben Johnson charged with shooting Orrie May in a fight over a woman was called In the city court John Johnson Bens brother arose and avowed that he had done the shoot ing As a result Ben was released and John is in jail awaiting trial KilledI uniden carried in his pocket a book containing the Gospel of St Paul and a saloonkeep- ers card was run over and instantly killed at Independence Ky by a freight train on the L N road T Was Caught in the Machinery Versailles Ky May 11 Andrew Trumbo Vas caught in the machinery at WA Gaines Cos distillery nepr Millviile this county and his leg was broken and crushed between the knee and ankle ItIs feared that amputa tion will be necessary Is Given Life Sentence Covington Ky May 11Jas RILe sell charged with stabbing his wife to death was sentenced to serve the remainder of his life in the peniten tiary This ends one of the most remarkable cases ever heard in the Ken ton criminal courts To Be Buried In Kentucky St Louis May lLTbe remains of William A Craig a once prominent Kentuckian were shipped to Smiths Grove Ky for burial He served as lieutenant colonel of the Seventh Ken tucky cavalry during the civfl war Farmer Killed By a Train Owensboro Ky May llJamesSmith a wellknown farmer was run down and instantly killed by a local freight train on the Louisville Nashville railroad six miles south of here He was walking along the track Sells 22000 Acres Charleston W Va May 11 A big land deal was consummated here transferring 22000 acres of coal ant oil lands to a syndicate The property Is situated at North Fork Ky and the consideration 4s 200000 Fatal Freight Wreck Louisville Ky May llA freight train on the Louisville Nashvile railroad dashed through a switch and Into the tear of another freight train at Lebanon Junction Engineer Jas Beck was fatally injured A Heavy Rainfall Lexington Ky May ItThe rainfall In Lexington and vicinity was an inch and a quarter It was almost a waterspout The growing fields are flooded injuring crops Pistols Fatal Whim Versailles Ky May UA pistol fell from the pocket of Clarence Sam uel colored near Millville and exploded killing Marie Samuel his niece Private Jas C Scarborough an al leged deserter from the Second bat tery field artillery has been appre hended at Terre Haute Ind and will be brought to Ft Thomas for trial WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM SicK Headache SHOULD USE L TBAM MAM dFor Permanent Relief HEOINE acts directly on the Liver It will cure CONSTiPA- TION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA AND CHILLS Is entirely free from all poisonous mineral substances and is composed solely of- LIFEGIVING HEllS Especially adapted for weak and weary constitutions strengthens the weakened glands and organs it checks all derangements of the human body CURED HER SICK HEADACHE TempleTexasrelief and take pleasure in recommending it to all women who suffer from sick headache ft WITHIN THE REACH OF ALL Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitute Ballard Snow Liniment Co- St Louis U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED ay C J HAYDDN Spirngjield Ky I Col J W Witrnore Dead Lexington Ky Ia 15Col J W Witmore a wealthypolitician and whisky man of Jessamine county died in StLouis The remains reached here and were sent to Nicholasville for burial Col Witmore had been ill of tuberculosis for some time and his wife was taking him to Colorado Body Arrives in LoulsvUlejLouisville Ky May 15The body DidrivermOJtherbrother No demonstration will be made here by labor unions Prospective Bride Dead Covington Ky May 15Anna Kerns 25 daughter of James K Kerns died suddenly at her home In Nest Covington It was only the night before that she had resigned her posi tion as cashier of a department store so that she might prepare for her wedding The Fourth Infantry Regiment Ft Thomas Ky May 15Word has reached the garrison that the Fourth infantry which will sail from Manila June 15 will arrive at the Golden Gate about July 15 and after remaining three days in San Francisco will start for the Kentucky post Beheaded By a Train Mt Vernon Ky May I5At Lang ford this county Robert Carter aged 20 son of D B Carter manager of the Kentucky Freestone Co was de capitated by a freight train He was married last fallTired of Life Belajney506 Scott street made several threats to take her life and neighbors called in Officers Heikhaus and Grierson who locked her up- Lightning Killed a Woman Olive Hill Ky May 16 During the electrical storm lightning struck the home of Will Phillips here killing his wife instantly and badly stunning Mr Phillips and his daughter Tornados Havoc Paducah Ky May 15A tornado hit Grahamville In this county and destroyed 5000 worth of property Three people were injured but none fatally Louisville Ky May 13Second choices and good things took all save one of the events at Churchill Downs The card was featureless and was run off over a very muddy track books and bettors alike being at sea in their calculations Lady Toddlngton and Lexington Leader carried the bulk of the public money in their respective races Deal For Farm Land Henderson Ky May 13The larg est real estate deal in years was con summated here It involved the sum of 50000 as the consideration for 1 500 acres of fine farming land In this county sold by T K GIbbs and wife of New York to James R and Henry P Barrett of this city Kentuckians Are Elected Kansas City Mo May 13The Southern Baptist Educational conference has elected D W H Harrison president of Bethel college Russell yule Kice president George W Norton Louisville treasurer Wm P Harvey Louisville auditor Storm in Owen County Owenton Ky May 13Owen county was swept by a severe storm Rain destroyed growing crops and the loss is heavy A number of barns were blown down or struck by lightning Several residences throughout the county were also struck His Wife Missing Covingtofi Ky May 13Mrs Bet tie Rusk 5 of Spring Lake Ky wife of Capt Risk contractor Is missing and Iscbe1 eved to be in Cincinnati She left home several days ago and her hubanc found a note saying she had gone fcreven Police Chief Given a Badge Covingto Ky May 13Chlet of Police Hen y B Shuler of this city was the recipient of a fine badge It Is of solid gold the regulation size surmounted by a large eagle The to ken Is a m mento from many i New Military Company Newport Ky May 13The New port military company has organized with the fo lowing officers Captain E K Metc Ife quartermaster P A Platx first lieutenant E J Correll second lieutenant R G Voige Judge Pences Funeral Covington Ky May 13Amid sorrow profound and impressive Judgs Cecil W Pence was consigned to the 4omb in Highland cemetery Coving ton The funeral was one of the lirg est ever leaving this city Death of a Banker Owensboro Ky May 13Frank T Gunther vice president of the Nation al Deposit bank here and democratic nominee to the legislature from the Owensboro district died here of apoplexy aged 69 years- Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky May 13On the to bacco breaks 102 hhds of burley were offered at prices ranging from 515 to 950 The number of dark hhds was 146 the prices ranged from 260 to 710 Even the poorest people in Japan travel a great deal In their own coun try Subscribe for The Sun la year i i + iit + i Tatham Springs 1 A pretty Scene on Chaplin River- A t There are hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agon ies from cases of Brights Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas 4I TathamSpring + iBOARD Per day 2 per week 10 per month 35 I HE HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky is situated on Carey +Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glenns Creek The hills surrounding the valley are three hundred ft high from the top of which the prospect is varied and sublIme Chaplin river which is stocked with fine game fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which place it a grand circuit of three miles returning within ninety feet leavmh a atl I picturesque ridge through which a tunnel Has been cut furnishing water for atnilL jworld below it The wat r is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative properties of the most remark ible character The analysis will suggest its curative properties but r ++ the many w nderful cures of stomach kidney and liver diseases by the use of this water convinces us that nature in her subtle labratory deep in the earth has given whichff4 chemist cannot account for t Mrs S E Wot r all Manager Tatham Springs Hotel 4 t c fe M Tatham Springs Ky r z Hc+ +W n U HARDESTY Last weeks rain was a welcome one in this community as some tobacco plants Were get Mr ahd Mrs J T Sutherland visited SundaySeveral church at St Rose Sunday Mr Martin Sutherland Visited rela tives near Chaplin Saturday and Sun day McClure Wells are hauling some fine logs from Mr W Si Goodletts farm L am pleased to say that MrJ R Gray who has been sick for several weeks is some better at this time Mr Ezra Goodlett was in Mooresville SundayMr attended church at New Hope Sunday Mr B L Hawkins visited his grand mother here Sunday Mr John Williams visited his grand father Mr John Hardesty Sunday I makes Mrs Eliza Carney visited her mother Mrs Sarah Gray Sunday Mrs Jessie Sale visited Mrs Lucy Sale here Sunday How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding off the approach of old age is to m- ainItaindisjorderLiver Tablets to correct it If you have a weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find these Tablets byCANT Rev Mullens prea con gregation here Satur nd Sun d y Mesdames Tatham a Dedman were pleasantly entertained by Mrs Alfred Snider Monday Messrs James Snider and Granville Brown were visitors atTabfyw Sunday withiBornTo the wife of Mr z Y Hill on April 29 a fine boy Mrs Essie Maddox and Jier little daughter were the guests of her sister Mrs Lizzie Hahn one day last weekiMrs L E Sweazy visited Mrs Eunice Hill Sunday afternoon Painfully Injured J o Kentucky Standard i Mr Frank Blantori son of Mr Char llyinjureddisc harrow running over Nun The wound was made in the right thigh and was a cut to the bone He was reach irwfor a basket of corn as the harrow was through a gate and fell and the harrow passed over him The wound was dressed by Drs Thomas requiredsixteengarded as dangerous grnTHEPIONEER SQUARE MESH FARM FENCE FARM cE1t thatitIembody in these fences all the essential qualities necessary to make it efficient under every condition in which fence is used Only the v6rv highest grade of galvanized WIre IS used in its construction all the line wires are made from high tarbon steel coiled or corrugated so that expansion and contraction in hot or cold thesefencesInsures PIOneer Fence wIll be an ctual fence under every and all conditions To increase the spacing of these lower wires would of course cheapen the fence but it would be done at the expense of readilymcreasProofFenceHAYDON BARBER a 1FTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MA Y 17 1905 f t g 1 Repainting I 0 J I Makes and old new The Ijustto work at reasonable prices Your old buggy your old surrey 3 our old I Iyoushop on West Main street I Springfield Carriage Painting Company II i aR E T II line Wings of a The MorningB- y LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1903 by Edward J Clode They advanced cautiously enough as though dreading a surprise The chief carried a bright parang in his left r n n They advanced cautiously hand the others were armed with guns their swords being thrust through belts Creeping forward on tiptoe though their distant companions were making a tremendous row they look ed a murderous gang as they peered across the open space now brilliantly Illuminated by the moon Jenks had a sudden intuition that the right thing to do now was to shoot the whole party He dismissed the thought at once All his preparations were governed by the hope that the pirates might abandon their quest after hours of fruitless search It would be most unwise he told himself to pre Lazy Pores Laziness is an evil that breeds trouble look exlcrcisewarding off disease Hence they become stagnent and useless In the same way thepores of your skin become clogged and lazy They lose their activity they dont perform their regular duties Asa resultyou have skin troubles aggravating annoying Itchmgand heads pimples etc The pores of your skin need waking up They are lazy they need action The most effective means of producting the necessary ace tivity is to use freely a day thu new t Paracampb When you apply Paracamphjitiinmediately the pores penetrates directly to time bottom of the same even into the muscles drawing out all disease germs dirt obstructions and inflammation by iml healthy copious perspiration It washesI out the pores an feeds the which furnish the oils necessary ingahealthy and beautiful skin For this reason Paracarnph is invaluable for the treatment of skin troubles such as dry Eczema Tetters rough and scaly skin Itis unequalled for the treatment of Neuralgia Sore Muscles and Rheumatism because it creates a normal activity in the pores of the skin thereby stimulating the circulation and thereby removing all con gestion Paracamph is a clean invaluable household remedy a remedy that every family needs every day in the year Do not waste your money on cheap salves linements witch hazel vaselineetc Buy Paracamph tluptodate perfect remedy Sold only in 25c hoc and 100 bottles Guaranteed by all dealers The Paracamph Co Louisville Ky U S A Par fae by C J Haydon Springfield 1clpltatethe immediate discovery of his Inaccessible retreat In other words he made a grave mis take which shows how a man may err when overagonlzed by the danger of the woman he loves The bold course was the right one By killing time DyakIleader he would have deprived emy of the dominating Influence in this campaign of revenge When the main body already much perturbed by the unseen and intangible agencies which opened fire at them In the wood arrived In Prospect park to find only the dead bodies of their chief and his small force their consternation could beturn ed Into mad panic by a vigorous bom bardment from the rock Probably In less than an hour after their landing the whole tribe would have rushed pellmell to the boats curs ing too folly which led them to this devil haunted Island But It serves no good purpose to say what might have been As It was the Dyaks silent now and moving with the utmost caution passed the well and were about to approach the cave when one of them saw the house Instantly they changed their tactics Retreating hastily to the shade of the opposite cliff they seemed to await the coming of reenforcements The sailor fancied that a messenger was dispatch ed by way of the north sands to hur ry up the laggards because the dis tant firing slackened and five minutes later a fierce outbreak of yells among the trees to the rlglit heralded a com bined rush on the Belle Vue castle The noise made the was relllbIrdsquite loudly when he said to Iris They must think we sleep soundly not to be disturbed by the volleys they lave fired already She would have answered but he placed a restraining hand on her shoul der for the Dynks quickly discovering that the hut was empty ran toward the cave and thus came in full view As well as Jenks could judfjl the foremost trio of the yelping horde were Impaled on the bayonets of time chevnl de rise learning too late Its forniidc ble nature The wounded men shriek ed In agony but their cries werv drowned In a torrent o mina x c shouta from their companions Forthwith there was a stampede toward the well the cliff the beaches anywhere to get away from that awesome cavern where ghosts dwelt and men fell maimed at the very threshold The sailor lean Ing as far over the edge of the rock as the girls expostulations would per mitheard n couple of men groaning beneath while a third limped away with frantic and painful haste What is It whispered Iris eager berself to witness the tumult What has happened They have been routed by a box of matches and a few dried bones he no time for further speech He was absorbed in estimating the probable number of the Dyaksi Thus far be had seen about fiftywhore over he did not wish to acquaint Iris with the actual details of the artifice that had been so potent Her allusion to the box of water sodden matches had given him the notion of utilizing us an JicUve ally the blenched itmains oliof cutthroats or their associates Ho had gathered the principal bones from their resting place near the well rubbed them with the ends of the matches after damping the sulphur again and arranged them with ghastly effect on the pile of rubbish at the further end of the cave creeping under the cheval de rise for tUe purpose wIshedIwas uppiilling enough In all conscience Fortunately the fumes of the sulphur fed on the bony substance They en everyIburro within the dismal cavern jiNot even the stirring exhortations of the chief whose voice was raised In furious speech could Induce his udder ents to again approach that affrighting spot At lust the daring scoundrefhlm self still wielding his naked sword strode right up to the very doorway Stricken with sudden stupor be gazed at the fitfu gleams within He prodded the cheval de frise with the pa rang Here was something definite and solid Then he dragged one of the wounded men out into the moonlight Again Jenks experienced an Itching desire to send a bullet through the D altshead Again he resisted the impulse And so passed that which is- vntehsnfedby fate to feWIDena see ond opportunity Another vehement harangue by the chief goaded sonic venturesome spirits into currying their wounded comrade out of sight presumably to the hut Inspired by their leaders fearless ex ample they even removed the third In jured Dyak from the vicinity of the cave but the celerity of their retreat agonyThfcnextappreciated by the sailor than he hur riedly caused Iris to shelter herself beneath the tarpaulin while he cowered close to the floor of the ledge looking only through the screen of tall grasses They kindled a lire near the well Soon its ruddy glare lit up the dark rock with fantastic fiickerings and drew undorIhorde gathered in Its vicinity They spoke a language of hard vowels and nasal resonance andate what he judged to be dry fish millets and strips of tough preserved meat which they cooked on small Iron skew ers stuck among the glowing embers His heart sank as he counted sixtyoqe all told assembled within forty yards of the ledge Probably several others Were guarding the boats or prowling about the Island Indeed events prow ed that more than eighty men had come ashore in three large sampans roomy and fleet craft well fitted for piratical excursions up river estuarIes or along a coast They were mostly barelegged rascals wearing Aialny hats loose jackets reaching to the kneel and sandals One man differed essentially from the oth ers He was habited in the conven tional attire of an Indian Mohammedan and his skin was brown while the swarthy Dyaks were yellow beneath the dirt Jenks thought from the man ner in which his turban was tied that heinust be a Punjabi Mussulmanveryl- ikely an escaped convict from the An damaus The most careful scrutiny did not reveal any anus of precision They all carried muzzle loaders either antiquated flintlocks or guns sufficiently modern to be fitted with nipples for per cussion caps Each Dyak of con se sported a pa rang and daggerlike creese a few born spears and about a dozen shouldered a long straight piece of bamboo The nature of this Implement the sailor could not determine at the moment In the neighborhood of the fire an animated discussion took place Though It was easy to see that the chief was all paramount his fellow tribesmen ex ercised a democratic right of free speech and outspoken opinion Flashing eyes and expressive hands were turned toward the cave and hut Once when the debate grew warm the chief snatched up a burning branch and field it over the blackened embers of the fire extinguished by Jenks He seemed to draw some definite conclusion from an examination of the char coal and the argument thcreforth proceeded with less emphasis Whatever It was that he said evidently carried convictionIrlsnestlingclose to the sailor whis pered hDo you know what lie has found outr I can only guess that he can tell by tire appearance of the burned wood how long It is since It was extinguish ed Clearlr they agree with him Then they know we are still here Either here or gone within a few hours In any case they will make a thorough search of tile Island at day break Will It be dawn soon Yes Are you tired iA little cramnpedthat Is al11 Dont think I aui foolish Can you manage to deep Sleep With those men so near Yes We do not know how long they will remain We must keep up our strength Sleep next to food and drink Isn prime necessity If it will please you I will try she said with such sweet readiness obey his slightest wish that the toI del Is he did not kiss her then there BJJ previous instruction she knew exactly What to do She crept quietly back until well ensconced in the niche wldenqd and hollowed for her accommodation There so seclud ed was she from the outer world of horror and peril that time coarse voices bcnipnlh only reached her hi a nllrumr1 Pulling one end Of the tn her she stretched her weary limbs on a litter of twigs will leaves commend ed herself and tIle man sine loved to Gods keeping and wonderful though It may seem was soon slumbering peacefully Tiie statement may sound passing strange to civilized cars accustomed only to the routine of daily life and not inured to danger and wild sur roundings But the soldier who has wintched u hasty doze in the trenches the sailor who tins heard a fierce gale buffeting thewalls of his frail ark can appreciate the reason why Iris weary amid surfeited with excitement would have slept were she certain that the next sunrise would mark her mist hour ouearth- Jenks too composed himself for a brief rest He felt assured that there was not the renibtest chance of their lofty yeah being found out before daybreak and the first faint streaks of dawn would awaken him When the morning breeze swept over time ocean ana tue stars were beginning flungbrondcastInvisible sun the sailor was aroused by the quiet fluttering of a bird about to settle on the rock but startled by the sight of him IIsfacuiUes were at once on the alert though he little realized the dancer betokened by the birds rapid dart Into the void Turning first to peer at Iris he satisfied himself that she was sJigbUyInoiselessly wormed his way to the verge of the rock and looked down through the grass roots The Dyaks were already stirring Some were replenishing the fire others were drawing water cooking eating smoking long thin stemmed pipes with absurdly small bowls or oiling their limbs and weapons with Impartial ea ergy The chief yet lay stretched on the sand but whIm the first beams of the sun glided the waters a man stooped over the prostrate form and said something that caused the sleeper to rise stlflly supporting himself on his uninjured arm They at once went off together toward Europa point They bare found the boat thought Jenks Well they are welcome to all thcUnformatlon It affords The chief gave some order at which CursingIin lnlaJ the chief seized a thick faggot cad strode in the direc tion of the cave Goaded into activity by his truculent demeanor some fol lowed him mind Jeukis unable to sec but ristcuiir anxiously knew that they were tearing the chevnl de rise from Its supports Neyertheless none of the working party entered excavation They feared the parched bones that shone by night As he laud not been able to complete the communicating shaft It was not The monstrous object crouching in lumi none horror now of vital Importance should trine Djaks penetrate to the interior Yet he thanked the good luck that had showered such a heap of rubbish over the spot containing his chief stores and covering the vein of gold Wild as these fellows were they well knew the value of the precious metal and if by chance they lighted upon such a well defined lode they might not quit the island for weeks At last on a command from the chief the Dyaks scattered in various direc tions Some turned toward Europn point but the majority went to the east along Turtle beach or bj way of lagoon Prospect park was desprt cL They were scouring both sections of the island In full The quiet watcher forcet ok no needless risks possTble to oeiieve any stratagem lilul been planned for his special benefit an accident might betray him With the utmost circumspection he rose on all fours and with comprehensive glance stripsHofneed have no lear Of all places In the island the Dyaks least Imagined that their quarry hud lain nil night within earshot of their encampment Jenks slid back down the ledge and gently wakened Iris She sat up In stantly and gazed at him with wonder- Ing eyes Fearful lest she should forget her surroundings he placed a warning fin ger on his lips Oh she said in a whisper are they still here He told her what had happened find suggested that they should have some thing to eat while the coast was clear beneath She needed no second bidding for the long vigil of the previous night had made her very hungry and the two breakfasted right royally on biscuit cold fowl hum and good water In this the Inner section of their ref uge they could be seen only by a bird or by a man standing on the distant rocky shelf that formed the southern extremity of the opposite cliff and the sailor kept a close lookout In that direction Iris was about to throw the remains of the feast Into an empty oil tin provided for refuse when Jenks restrained herNo he said smilingly Scraps should be the first course next time We must not waste an atom of food How thoughtless of mei she ex claimed Please tell me you think they will go away today But the sailor flung himself fiat on the ledge and grasped a rifle Be still on your life he said Squeeze Into your corner There Is a Dyad on the opposite cliff True enough a man had climbed to that unhappily placed rocky table and was shouting something to a con frere high on the cliff over their heads As yet he had not seen them nor even noticed the place where they were concealed The sailor Imagined from the Dyaks gestures teat he was commu nicating the uselessness of further search on the western part of the Is land When the conversation ceased he hoped the loud voiced savate would descend But nol The scot looked into the valley at the well a house the cave Still he did not see the ledge At that unlucky moment three birds driven from the trees on the crest by the passage of the Dyaks flew down the face of the cliff and began a circling quest for some safe perch on which to alight Jenks swore with an emphasis not the less earnest because It was mute and took steady aim at the Dyaks left breast The birds fluttered about In ever smaller circles Then one of them dropped easily on to the Up of the rock Instantly his bright eyes encoun tered those of the m nand he darted off with a scream that brought his mates after him The Dyak evidently noted the behav ior of the birds his only lore was the reading of such signsand gazed In temly at the ledge Jenks he could not distinguish behind the screen of grass He might perhaps see some portion of the tarpaulin covering the stores but at the distance It must resemble a weather beaten segment of the cliff Yet something puzzled him After asteady scrutiny he turned and yelled to others on the beach The crucial moment had arrived Jenks pressed the trigger and the Dyak hurtled through the air falling headlong out of sight TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK A Disastrous Calamity youloseand constipation have sapped it away KingsNewgestive organs and cure headache diz ziness colic constipation etc Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c W j i 1IFurniture L x Bargainsa I reIcan satisfy them have a handsome stock of everything in the furniture line and am prepaed to quote some very low prices jj 4 Fire n d House Screens uptpdate 75 cents and up ncrrIsaw Baby CacriagesI ICeme in see my goods and get my prices ltir WALTER E LEACH lAN t t Your Life- Currenti Mottlifeforce or nerve fluid located in the nerve cells of the brain and sent out through the nerves to the various organs Ifou are tired nervous irritable cannot sleep have headache feel stuffy dull and melancholy or have neuralgia rheumatism Pen odical pains indigestion dys thekidneysyour lifecurrent iswealc- Powerproducing fuel is need ed something to increase nerve energystrengthen the nerves- Dr Miles Restorative Ner vine is the fuel you need It feeds the nerves produces nerve force and restores vitality MilesRestorative Ihadof two years illness with malaria Igradually grew so weak that I was unable to sit up The spells would commence with cold chills and Iwould become weak and almost help Ihadweaker and weaker The Nerving seemed to strengthen me Tight sway havetakenNervine and I am entirely wen ROSA E WEAVER qtuarts Ia yourdruggistfirst bottle will benefit If It fails he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Peoples Deposit Bankf Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President VicePresidentJChas M McChord Asat Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Gee D Robertson W H Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed ooooooooocoooooooooooooooo oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 8QHAYDON THOMPSON a LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Rice Outfits For Trarelintilea- Paaz IS 0090000000000 JOHN y MA YES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and ButyalRobes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 OOoooaoo ttlm0aicI CLUBBING RATES WITH = LQUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the DailyCourier Journal exceptfsundayl 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 20 The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one yearL m i 2 S0 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SUN r SpringfieldKy r j 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 17 1905 Ti drl G stands for GoodITis ever our way In fitting Glasses To drive all away That tends to Eye Trouble Or strains on the n rveJUsing the force You should Repil1 reserve I r EM RUSSELL Jeweler and Optician When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertisement out and bring it to me arid get 25 cents off PUBLIC SALE OF LIVE STOCK TUESDAYMAY23rI90a On the above date I will offer for sale to the highest bidder at public I auction on the farm of the late Otho tAdams beginning at 9 oclock a m stock Four steer calves 6 heifers 1 fresh cow ank calf 2 yearling steers 2 two yearold steers 4 cows 2 heifers 1 span of twoyearold mules wall broke 1 bay twoyearold horse well broke 1 bay mare about sevenyearsold 1 bay mare and mule colt Also two buggies implementsTerms sale J G ADAMS KyR3 kEEEEE i Ij T IiIIiC fi IiK T- iii II T SIkEEEtEF EEfEirE w That li on time can be w at Gr c at a lowprice AIsII v nce line of jewelry Have yourfi W eyes tested and glasses fitted Call and see him fi t 333333ti 1c Etie333E W WORK w V Ii fyj Jas w Jt Graves 2 fi b Wirau II Ii r- r3E oeooooooooooooDaaeCO oc ococeoo YOUNEEDIT J SALVE CURESA Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 test- ismonia cr v fws m people who lime been cured or j benefited thepast year T new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes L For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky oeoeoeoeoeoeooeOeoeoeoeoeoeoooeooooooooo 1BootsShoesRubbers Cist LeastWear Best i 1 Salesman E C BCKKLS i 1 7Fifty horses were killed in a fire in a brewirg companys stable at Chicago MQORESVILLE Mr A C Yates left last Monday for Louisville where he was summoned to serve on the petit jury of the Federal Court The postoffice has been reestablished at this place and we hope to see it in operation by June 1 Mr Sam Yocuin has been appointed postmaster and haS given bond and sent it to Washington for approval We have had a splendid tobocco sea son and tobacco groweis have taken ad vantage of it A large acreage has been set Wm Eddleman and wife of Maple Hill visited A W Eddleman at Butler last Sunday Aunt Nancy Hendricks eighty years of age who lives at Rockbridge visited relatives here last week Mrs Ed Yocum undertook to burn the chigoes out of her hen house last Monday She succeeded admirably having burned the house and all its contents Fortunately there was no wind or the dwelling may have been burned The flames created a great deal of excitement in our village Jas Reddicks lost a valuable milch cow last week There will be several new tobacco barns built here this season Mr A W Eddleman has oqe about completed Miss Josie Settle was called to Spen cer county last Saturday by the illness of a nieceiSam Qffutt son of H C Offutt and Wm Marks son of the late Reuben Marks have enlisted in the U S Navy and have been assigned to duty at Pensacola Fla A hobo passing through our village last Monday stopped at the home of Mr Jeff Smith and badly frightened Miss Maggie Smith who was alone in house These tramps should be taught to keep in the middle of the road Mr Shelby Crume and wife gave the young folks asocial last Saturday night in honor of Miss Chatsey Collins Those present were Misses Nancy Moore Learn and Cassie Yancey Lelia Ardie Wall Nancy Ellis Margaret Lyddane and Messrs Bansal Cull Sam Sweeney John Ellis Hezekiah Cut singer Albert and Barnett Wall Mr Lewton of Spencer county and Otis GoatleyRuckerMisses Lera and Cassie Yancey of Midway visited Miss Ardie Wall last Sunday A Good Suggestion CityFlathat much better results are obtained from the use of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases of pains in the stomach colic and- c ilera morbus Jby taking it in water as rot as can be rank that when taken in this wav the effect is double in ra pidity It seems to get at the right byJTrannlHf d Into Vernacnlar tap n Jdtliaoi Slow had strong ob jections to what he called the new ministers high talk Since his set tlement over the Clarntown parish Caps Jotbam bad been heard to say that church was for them that needed It and his Conduct seemed to Imply that be was not of that number Caps Jotbams own language was of a primitive Dud unadorned variety and nothing pleased him more than a chance to translate the ministers remarks to Capn Wilson Pegg the best Claintown story teller Caps Pet was deaf and tbe ministers voice often failed to reach him One night at a neigbbprbood gathering Capn Pegg In the course of a vivid narrative bad referred to the big fire Was it the consensus of opInion- s ld tbe minister in a mild and Ineffectual tone that the conflagration was the result of some accident or the work of an incendiary Hey said Capn Pegg staring dully at the minister and then turning to his faithful friend for light What he wants to know called Capu Slow in his sbriliest toue is whether the big fire was sot or ketch edl =Youths Companion Ennlly Explained ITangborn is always making those classical allusions What did be mean by saying that even Homer nods i Eb Oh yes You see Homer was blind and so they never could tell wben he was asleep until be nodded All those classical things are simple enough when you understand cm1 Cleveland Plain Dealer READ THISit RICHMOND KY Feb 9 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis MoDear theTexasWonderkidney and bladder trouble I weighed todayter than I have in twenty years and I publicRespectfully A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism kidneysand childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is twp months treatment cureDrfortestimonial i OOeOQ O ooooe t illi HOWS In- i e Worth Remembering irl ne tart- 0r tt tt tat4l tt They May SuccesNfuhly Be Made at Home When you are In doubt what to have for luncheon or for a late to which you Inivci Invited friends surprise them with some dainty club sand wlclrcs says the New York Globe and Commercial Advertiser Many persons thinkLjthls viand cannot be mme at home but with a little palms and with the right sort of bread a homemade sandwich Is quite as good as that made by an experienced hotel chef You must have freshly made and very light wheat bread cold boiled ham cold turkey or chicken and some crisp lettuce These are the materials required Some persons use bacon In stead of ham but Liam Is much the bet ter of the two Cut thIn slices from the breast of the ttirlte or chicken and lay them on ajplateready for use Get the lettuce leaves ready for use and lay them on aj plate near at band Cut as many thin slices from the boiled ham as tire required and lay them on the broiler Cut the bread In thin slices first care fully removing the crust from the en tire loaf You must have n very sharp thin bread knife Toast the bread quickly a delicate brown and put It where It will keep hot but not get dry while you broil the ham This must be done quickly and as soon as It Is done begin to put the sandwiches together Dip one side of toast In a little melted butter lay It on n platter on the slice of toast lay a crisp leaf of lettuce on the lettuce lay a slice of the broiled ham then a slice of tile turkey or chick en season this with salt and pepper then lay on a lettuce leaf and last of all another slice of toast Press the whole firmly with the hand to pack It then cut the sandwich across In triangular shape and serve with a mayonnaise In a separate dish or while making the sandwich spread the mayonnaise on the lettuce leaves If poslble one should have an assist ant in making club sandwiches as they muSt be made as quickly as possible In order to keep them hot and at the same tim4 soft and fresh How to Clean Gold Frame To clean gold picture frames beat the white of an egg Add to It one point of cold water and moisten your frames with this mixture using a sponge Then with a soft flannel carefully wipe Take a second cloth per fectly dry and give the frames a light rubbing If the frames are not clean and bright after this treatment you would better take them to a glider and have them regllded How to Keep Honnehold Account accounts may be a little troublesome but It Is quite worthwhile Have Just one book rather thick that will do for everythlpg Turn the front part Into a cash account Open the book out fiat write down your allowance on the left hand page and on the right put down what you have paid the butcher baker etc everything even to a postage stamp Then one a week or oftener balance Balancing is nothing harder than sub tracting the total of the money you have spent from what you had In hand The difference Is what you should have In cash When you have been keeping accounts for some time you will realize as you never did before what your money goes for Keeping accounts Is not helping you to make money but It does help you to find out how to get the most for your outlay and bow to bal ance your needs with yoUr Income How to Make Caramel ice Cream Prepare your caramel by putting In to a small pan eight tablespoonfuls granulated sugar and cooking It stir ring until It turns to a dark brown Make a custard of a pint of milk three eggs and sugar to sweeten abundantly Take from the fire and set away to cool then add the Just prepared caramel ami a quart of cream Flavor with vanilla and frieze How to Make Omelet Light An omelet would oftener be served If there were not the general experience that It Is apt to fall and be heavy mayIvery yolks folded daintily Into the whites salt and pepper added and the whole transferred to a pan where the butter Is already heated sufficiently The omelet may be doubled Into half Its dimensions and sent to the table a purl of lightness all In a moments time Of course It should not stand and wait or It v111 hardly be like those who also serve In Miltons fa mous sonnet How to Remove Mole Here Isn safe remedy to apply to the mole Diachylon plaster half ounce tartar emetic one dram croton oil five drops The plaster should be spread the precise size of the mole It should be left on until the mole suppurates th nremoved and allowed to heal IIpw to Remove Grea e From Silk To remove grease from silk use chloroform and a cotton cloth finishing with a dry cloth Benzine can also be used as well np French chalk In us Ing chalk place a hot Iron over the spot un the grease Is removed Benzol or turpentine can be used to remove grease from clothing In general by first thor oughly saturating the cloth at and around tbe spot and then placing soft blotting paper beneath and on top of tlic grease ajid pressing It The fat Is thus dissolved and absorbed by the paper r SUBSCRIBERS COLUMNI Under this head nil persons who are sub charitaMertisement8 wantedLandserted in another departinant of the paper at very low rates W D Claybrooke Springfield has subjecttoC W Hpman near Beechland has for sale o cows with young calves 27 RW Wathen Springfield has for sale some fine shoats 27 Conrad Hertlein Springfield has for sale a good milk cow also some thor oughbred Hereford bull calves 25 W H Whitehouse R P D No4 has 100 extra locust posts for sale at 15 cents and 200 at 10 cents 26 Mrs A L Vize Springfield R F D No 2 has for sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs at 75 cents for 15 23 G T Clements Springfield R FD- No1 has for sale 500 bushels of good corn 23 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 Instead he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters wife was then so sick she could hardly leave her bed and five 5 physi clans had failed to relieve her After perfectly byGSpringfield Market Bacon H qIrlC Sides 12c f Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 20c por pound Chickens Hens 9c Spring lOc to 20c Dried applet fw per pound DucksScper poundfccorn lenJts1C to TSc per bushelI EKKS IJNC per dozen FeathersWe per pound Ginseng7W1 Flouri l2 to MOIGrain Wheat 8115 corn Son Oats 40c Hides Green tc toLard lOe per pound Lime 0c to Lou per barrel Mill products Bran Sloo shipstnff 8120 jer poundsSPotatoes Country to5c Onions3100 wSalt 5145 and S185 per barrel Turkeys 5c per pound Tallow Ic per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and greasy 44 He clear ol grease 20c tub washed 28c ifCGlCseJOcOnion Sets SL50 louisville Market CATTLE choice to prime shipping steers55 to 5 65 Mediumto good shipping steers 525 to 55o choice butcher steers 75 too 25 Medium to good bittchersrtOO to 45o common to to oo canners 100to200 Good to choice feeders U25tp375 commmon to medium feeders 3 00 to 3 50 Good to extra stock steers 3 50 to 400 common to medium stock steers 2 75 to 3 nood to choice tock heifers 2 lOtoU common to medium stock heifers to 2 25 plain light mixed stockers 2 to 2 Good to choice bologna hulls 3 00 to 3 49 Medium to good bulls 2 50 tattoo choice veal calves 450 to 500 common to medium calves 3 00to4 00 choice to fancy mulch cows 35 ooto 40oo nedium to good milch cows 25 00 to 30 00 plain common milch owsm 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice pack butch 2oo to 3oo lbs f Medium packer Itfo to 2oolbs 545 choice light ship 12o to 20o Ibs 5 M choice pigs otol2o Imu W Good pigs Jlo to loo 1bL 440 Light pigs 5o to ito noughs 15o to rou I 00 to4S5 SHEEP AND LAMBS oowl to oxtfTbii ping sheep 3 Wto4 rairtogood T 27Uto325 common to medium Sij 2 oo to 2 nncks w 2ooto35o Extra IIhiJllmg lambs 5 Goto UOQ nest butcher lambs 5 oo to 5 pair to good butcher iambs to 5 oo common tail ond lambs oo to 450 CREAMERY nSDOM A creamery plant costing the farmers of a western community 4500 four years ago was iwkLthe past winter for SOO This Is an old story and a common experience This creamery was built before the dairying habit had been developed among the farmers built before tie cows to support It were In sight The town men took hold and helped and some grafters from Chica go helped boom the and unloaded on the stockholders an outfit at 4000 which at the outside should not lmve cost over 2200 Poor Judg ment was used In the selection of cows and poorer still In the matter of d- Ing and cnrhlgor then The patrons could not n It pay to sell cream soon got tired of milking and went back to selling corn and oats as they had done for forty years The next step was a forced sale and the dissolu tion of It cooperative enterprise which had It been properly managed could have been of almost Incalculable good to that community This kind of Agri cultural tragedies can be found all over the COllllt YThe moral Is that men should get cows and learn hew to properly select feed and care for them and there should be at least 1000 cows In sight before a dollar Is put Into a creamery undu practical creamery man should be consulted as to tho plantBen Hardins Marriage Kentucky Standard Judge L P Little in his life of old Ben Hardin relates the folpwing inter esting instances in the great lawyers J xT 18 ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD l u OFFERS VERY CHEAP ONE WAY RATES TO California and the Northwest Daily c To May 15 Inclusive v rttfi T t Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted T T Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New it x Mexico and Texas Very Cheap Round Trip Rates for Homeseekers Seeking loca tions in the South Mississippi and Louisiana April 13 and May IB Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands P W HARLOW GPA Louisville Ky 3 OCQOQOOOOOOQQ Ii CX3OOOOCX3CKXXXXX3OOCC GGCGOGGGGGOOGOCOQGGGQOGOOO oQQQQQQ OOQQQeQOOQQQoaa Q Q QQQ lll 1 tFrt THE SPRINGFIELD SUN 1ranG You will 0 Saveo i Money e O gOYoura0 reading matter from The Suns Club listO0 at at at at of the his was his 31 to of was who had some and by the of his name He was sons and the P was of the and of the was of Sen ator and to the of St of all the was the of to her and the to the name in the of laid at her was so she once the rest His wit him find his and of tint l Both n CourierJournal156 ci St n St 175 ifHomeL50 n 150 if 135 and L75 of if- L + s 285 ifs y1751n h if Q Q Address The Springfield Ky 0 n Q e e eo o ooe e e O e eO e eOn J L N Railroad TableI Incoming Trains Arrives Springfield Arrives Bardstown Arrivas Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown JunctniArrives Louisville early career One most important incidents of early career marriage March 1807 Miss Elizabeth Pen dleton Barbour daughter Colonel Ambrose Barbourof Washington county Colonel Barbour a wealthy farmer emigrated from Virginia years before was connected blood with family that State bearing a brother of ThomaS Barbour whose Phillip P James attained highest civic honors Phillip Barbour Speaker Lower House of Congress Associate Justice Supreme Court while James Governor Virginia United States Minister Court James The belle country around beautiful daughter Colonel Barbour known intimate friends admirers as Betsy Barbour abbreviation common Elizabeth those days Among crowd suitors who their heart feet young Ben Hardin who said compared very advan tageously with ready rendered entertaining with fair complexion bright blue eyes hair reddish dreessed pa- pefslyr Bryans Commoner i175 Weekly Weekly Louisville Herald L25 Nashville American JL50 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer L75 Weeklv Atlanta 175 SemiWeekly Louis Republic 175 Louis Globe Democrat American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist American Farmer Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside Farm Field Fireside Review Reviews 325 Magazine Scnbner Magazine 400 Ledger Month Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny Sounth 150 Sun and Time distinguished SemiWeekly Suny only No 91 825 p m 735U 650 640 Daily No 42 530 a m 617 l 703 7 55u Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930 730u Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845u935 N4L Daily i645p 4552 502 r 410 r ID4 120 m 220Jf410pIn 545 p m handsomely with lace nifRes oni his shirt bosom and at his wrists falling over small white hands he was noun common suitor Said his wife in after years He was veryfastidious in Jus dress inthose days and continued so until after our marriage when one day he sat busily writing the ruffle at his wrist dabbled in the ink and on his paperso much to his annoyance that he impatiently toreoit off He would never in future wear ruffles and gradually fell into indiffer ence in regard to his dr- esswHIrE j Dream Vermifuge THE SUWJUltEEB WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVOfilTE TON4C Or IMITAT1ON4 THE PREPARE VT BallardSnow Liniment Co j ST LOUIS MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield r