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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jr T 0- c i r 5 J mbc rin11ithnnH DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY IOLUMEI LSPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 III1I1IEI21I BULLETCS of Life s Burdens finally Succeeds In Ending His Earthly Career Deed Committed Last Thurs- dayi Last week The Suns readers were given the particulars of the unsuccess Jul attempt of a man to reach theI laudanumrouteqdried before we are called upon to chronicle the tragic demise of the un fortunate Capt Van B Tyler who scorning life despairing yearning for that peace which came not blinded in iis anguish and seized with that desire for rest and relief born only of despera tion in a fit of temporary aberration grasps the handy instrument of death + and with unerring aim sends a bullet crashing through his heart thus finally ending his earthly career and emancipating himself from the inevitable shadows which had recently so clouded his existence After his first attempt 4o commit suicide when he had recovered he promised his friends thatch would not again attempt to take lhis life The awful deed was committed last Thursday morning between 8 and 9 oclock in the barn on the farm of Mr Wallace Seay about seven miles from Springfield Captain Tyler was employed by Mr Seay and together they had gone to the farm of Mr Seays father to do some work Arriving there Mr Tyler was sent to make some needed repairs on a cultivator which it appears he completed and then returned to Mr Wallace Seays place where he was asked by Mrs Seay why he had returned and replied that he wanted a trace chain which he had for gotten starting toward the barn osten sibly in quest of that article As he evidently had no pistol and the one foundnear his body was the property of Mr Seay the supposition is that the weapon used had been surreptitiously obtained when he entered the house Preparations were deliberately and carefully made for the act so that it was undoubtedlyPremeditated Mrs Seay heard the report of the pistol and went to the barn to ascertain the cause and was horrified to find Mr Tyler dead Mrs Seay then dispatched her son with a note to her husband in forming him of the sad factLIn a note book found in his pocket he had written a letterthe place being marked by his spectacles to attract at tention which he addressed to his daughter Lucy Tyler but who is in fact the wife of Mr Ben Janes Following is a verbatim copy of the letter MAY 18 1805 jHTo Lucy B Tyler Valley Hill Ky H LucyI want you to have John Young Mayes to bury me by Margaret Get the money you sent me and sell enough of my stuff to pay my burial ex penses and keep the rest Tell Mr Averill not to let Clemmie know this and be good to her I am tired of living with no one to love and no one to love me If you had let me have my gun I would have stood the whitecaps offP I want you to ask Mr Mack Grundy to bury me in graythat old lost cause Youwill get over this You can pay him He is my friend If you dont quite pay him aSk him to do this for me God has forgiven me for this Goodbye VAN TYLER Since Captain Tylers death it ap pears to be the general belief of those who knew him and had opportunity to converse with him and study his habits that he was the victim ofse vere mental strain incessant melan colia or mild dementia produced primarily by drink aggravated by remorse and the recent death of his wife little less tragic than his own Mrs Tyler dying from the effects of swallowing a large quantity of carbolic acid admin istered by her own hand on the 31st o last March She lived but about ten minutes and though her physical suffering during that time was most excruciating her last thoughts were o her young daughter whom she realize- aboutwaS to be left without a mothers tender love counselandcare and Mrs a Tyler exacted a promise from her hus band that he would give their child his undivided affection and protection Subsequent events prove however that the daughter has lived in fear of her father believing that hej would seize the first opportunity to her out of existence and by her r quest during her fathers recent visit to her at the Grundy Orphanage in this county he was placed under espionage to frustrate any violent demonstration on his part It is stated on authority that about twentyfive years ago in Carrollcounty Captain Tyler heard a man abusing a widow woman for whom he worked and he promptly filled the offender with the contents of a shotgun for his un gaIlantconducL Captain Tyler was an exConfederate soldierand a brave onehaving served in Colonel Giltners regiment Under General John Morgan during the civil war and his great love for the Lost Cause doubtless prompted the request made in the letter to be buried in gray which request with that to be laid by the side of his wife in New Hope cemetery was comphed with The inquest on the suicides remains was held at J Y Mayes undertaking establishment andverdict rendered in accordance with the above facts It was on an adjoining farm that Merrill Vest committed suicide by hanging himself in a barn about three weeks ago Opera louse Next Week The DePew Burdette Stock Co will open a threenights engagement at the Opera House here Monday May 29 This is one of the strongest repertoire allespecial scenery and electrical effects The opening play will be The Lights of Gotham in which Mr thos E DePew appears as Solomon Moses and Mr Burdette as David Walton The ights of Gotham is abeautiful come dy drama in four acts filled with sparkling comedy from start to finish Four big vaudeville actsl will be given ParisianIThis company needs no i ntrpduction to Springfield theatregoer as it played an engagement here the first of the season and made many frieds who will be glad to hear of their return Prices 25c 35c and fiOcSeats on sale at Red Cross Prug Store Kentucky Fair Dates The following dates fixed by the different fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced daysDanvilleHarrodsbvrg August 84 days daysShepherdSville daysVanceburgGuthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield daysBardstown Florence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysHendersonFalmouth September 274 days = Owensboro October 105 days Moses B Feltner has requsted Gov guardfgoes appear at his trial FieldsIFeltner says he feels that his life will danger owing to the evidence he fsave Lexington against the Hargises and Callahan in the Cockrill murder case A workman with a bomb in his pock et stumbled and fell on the street in Warsaw Poland The bomb exploded killing the carrier and two detectives and demolishing a nearby cafe BOYSDo You Want a Watch amongypur 4 FOUR 4 CaSh Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch PRATHERS CREEK I was pleased to see so much correspondence in last weeks Sun Thats what makes a good paperthe news of the county in brief every week J H Mayes and wife G H Chris terson and G T Mayes attended the funeral of their uncle John Bottomat Deep Creek churcb last Saturday Some prying andmeddlesome indi vidual prized the top from Mr G H Christersons mail box Saturday night As no bne had been to the box since the Thursday before it is not yet known whether or not anything was taken Mr Dick Graves and family of near Jenkinsville were the guests of Mr and Mrs R T Begerly Sunday Mr John Graves of Mackville was the guest of Messrs Mat and Prentice Mayes Saturday night Mr Dolph Barry of Sims visited Messrs Will and Zin Kimberlin Satur day night Mrs Henry Gillespie and daughter Miss Maggie of Mackville were the guests of Mrs Gillespies daughter Mrs Dick Noel Sunday last Mr and bits George Mayes and Mr and Mrs Leslie Coyle spent Sunday with the family of W TKimberJin Messrs Dick Graves John Backan d the champion fox hunter of Mercer county Jack Chinn enjoyed two fine chases last week Mr Charles Brady bought cattle in this section last weok as follows TWO head from JRH Mayes at 3J cents per pound two head from J T Skeens at 2J cents per pound and one cow from W H Halderman at 3 cents per pound Mrs Charles Coyle was receivin a1u1aa1uL a1utaLa1asL4 W t SayAre with 1 1 your eyes 1 Do you have ijl the headache Ji lost of headaches are + fORI wool at this place last Thursday for which he was paying 31 cents per pound Mr and Mrs Wood Yankey gave the Saturdaynight presentSeveral of our boys and girls attended chi rch at Bruners chapel last Sunday Death of John Bottom With regret I report the death of Uncle John Bottom who departed this life on the 19th of May If he had lived until the 5th of June he would have been seventynine years of age He died on the place where he was and urn reared and leaves a faithful and roving wife to whom he had been mar tied fifty five years and six sons and two daughters with a large number of friends by whom he will be greatly missed and to whom the sympathy of the entire community is extended for their loss of an exemplary husband father friend and neighbor He wa immediatpfamily deeds of then live after them and continue to bear fruit hismemdry will long be cherished and kept green in the hearts of all who knew him He was ia consistent member of the Baptist Church for thirtynine years and it is truly consoling to that his was a useful as well as a long life Weep jnb t dear wife and children but prepare to meet me on the other shore where there will be no more parting and we can forever hold sweet with the blessed Redeemer Rev E W Sum nets preached the funeral sermon at D ep Creek church the day followiri tenderlrlaidthe j udgment morn + Itaa1utJs1utasL + + + + f T caused from eye strain Eye strain and headache canJe relieved by iGlasses accurately fitted Have your eyes tested glasses fitted t1 stjandWAIT W deep know communion and Will Be In Springfield Saturday June 10 He IS- Coming 1t II At The Walton Hotel where he will test the eyes fit and adjust glasses TTp will also make regular trips to Springfield the SECOND SATURDAY IN EACH MONTH t Eyes Tested Free tW C GRIGSBY Optician tBARDSTOWN KY w Died at Elizabethtown Mr Martin Allen father of Mr J L Allen depot agent at this place died Mondayafternoon deceased was well known in Lebanon and by a great many people in Washington county having married Miss Eliza Ames of the former place He waSabout sixtyfour years old and was a consistent member of the Methodist church having spent the greater part of his life in an effort to further the cause of his Master Mr Allen is survived by his wife and six children five boys and one girl and to these who mourn the departure of a kind Chris tain father friends extend condolence Bought five Jacks J F Cook of Lexington bought five jacks here lastMonday He purchased two of Mr T J Hamilton two of Mr James Hill and one of Mr W S Gibbs Big Raise The State Board of Equalization has increasegWashington county lands and person altYand has fixed June 9 as day for hearing complaints from assessor and witnesses Raise More Calves It is encouraging that more attention is being given to live stock interests More calves are being raised but too many are butchered for veal A calf worth 5 as a Veal would sell for 25 to 50 when grown and there wouldaccrue to the farm the value of the manure during this period of growth As only about onefourth of the fertilizing value of feed is extracted by theanimal it will be seen that this gain is consider able Died in Bardstown Kentucky Standard Mr Albert Noonan died at the home of his mother Mrs Nannie Noonan in Bardstown Monday evening He was about twentynine years of age and his death resulted from heart trouble Deceased was well known and was very popular The funeral took place at St Josephs church yesterday morning interment following in the Catholic cemetery Mr Noonan was well known in this raisedsUniteodLebanon Enterprise The officers of the two Presbyterian churches in this city have call damooting of the members of both congregations to be held Monday eve ning May 22 at the First Presbyterian church The object of this meeting is to discuss the advisibility of the two churches uniting and if they should decide to unite to determine the manner in which they can best bring about the consolidation POLINY Mr Ed Scott who has been attending school at Lebanon has returned home aFWe hope it will be a success Mr Shelton Montgomery was in I Springfield Saturday on business Mr Will Scott and wife visited Mr SundayI o neighborhood attended meeting at Hillsboro Sunday 1Mrsbeen very sick is some better at pres IMessrsnolds and John Reynolds were in Maud Sunday to see Mr Lewis Reynolds bMrs Theo visited Mr T J Trent and fam dLittlevisited his grandparents Mr and Mrs atW T Hardesty a few days last week Mrs W T Hardesty and daughter Miss Besste were in Springfield Mon dayjMessrs Frank ONeal and Clyde Goatley oil Valley Hill were in our midst SundayaUmbrellas Repaired- I am prepared to recover umbrellas at from 35c up Work done on short notic Dont throw a good frame away Get my prices on this work and have it recovered GEORGE TAYLOR CIRCUIT COURT Regular Term Of Washington Circuit Court Convened Mon dayDocket Small Judge Thurman Delivers Strong Instruction r to GrandJury v WashingtonCircuit morning with Judge I H Thurman on the bench and Commonwealths Attorney R L Durham at his post The docket is light and it is very probable that the business will be disposed of this week As usual Judge Thurmans instruc tions to the grand jury were strong and impressive He emphasized the im portance of enforcing all the Iascand said that he wanted it distinctly Understood that so Ipng as he is Judge and solong as the laws remain upon the statutes he will use very possible r means to bring the violators to justice He spoke at some length upon the Sunday law thoroughly instructing the jury as to every detail of the Jaw He also spoke at some length upon the carrying of concealed deadly weapons and advised that diligent work be done by the jurors to indict all par ties guilty of breaking this law Judge Thurman said that the carrying of concealed deadly weapons was the cause of so many homicides in Kentucky and impressed upon the jury that they as grand jurors should return indictments the petit jurors convict arid the officers of the law should see to it that the prisoner broke rock during his imprisonment No stone was left unturned in the instructions and the jury retired well equipped to bring violators of law to justice Following is the personnel ofthe grand and petit juries r GRAND JURY Thos J Graves Lee Willett J D Barker H P Cheser J W Tucker F F Mudd Frank Yancey W H Duncan CL Brady Samuel Nally J W Wilett G T Mayes T M Badgett J R Wharton Frank Arnold James Goatley J W Arnold L N Hardin A S R S JR Daniel Henry SH iohnsonI 11foremanMarshall Smith John Cutsinger HJBroWn PalinEdeleri Murphywr r J L Barber- J P Gregory ItB Hatchett H J Cocanougheiv R C Boblitt Samuel Hood The Cats Came Back A young fellow of my acquaintance has just returned from Illinois whrre he went last fall to seek his fortunei The cause of his leaving his happy home was that he wanted to buy anew buggy and when he approached- the governor on the subject the old gentleman saidSonnyI get up every morning at 4 oclock and feed partake of my breakfast and go into the field leaving you asleep For six months your only duty has been to keep sufficient stovewood on hand to cook the meals but about half the time Ichave to split itonly last evening when came in from work I cut the wood to cooksupper while you satin the easy chair and read Set Adrift By Pirates ggyuIgivehimThe old man drew his wallet partedInstronglyintimated horns and that there was no place like the The letter was not an At intervals of two weeks the fatherreceived two more letters but not answer them Two weekslater the father came in from the field noon the son was sitting on the fence at the front gate Par are you glad to see merhe asked iWell I hadnt become lonesome my boy I am here to stay All right there are thirty acres for corn fifteen lor- tobaccoand fifty for wheat light in nd you can soon have a new buggy but no rubber tire goes The son has buckled down andjno young man works harder If he keeps up his present lick he will soon have money enough to buy HarI ii J c if Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 t Ccococooooooocooooooooocoooooo STAIGHT TALK WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY i33 MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS Sfefe 8oooooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOO TI Public School Teachers If I were not afraid of waking up the wrong passenger and bringing upon our contributors a deluge of hum drum communications I would say to 4ourcorrespondents send us some arti cles on the schools I want to keep them fully in view School operation is a vast one and has never commanded a hundredth part of the attention it deserves Who talks of the schools Hotels churches auctions and theaters are talked of abundantly but please tell me who inquires about the schools Who visits the schools Does the stranger when he enumerates the places of interest mention the school Does the gentleman of leisure visit the school Does the fashionable lady visit the school But here is a still more serious question Does the parent visit the place where the destiny of his child is in an important sense determined- I have known mothers to keep their daughters out of school and go with them to the dressmaker paying most solicitous attention to every fold and ribbon but who never thought of going to the school to see how the formation of intellect was advancing I think chil dren are greatly improved by visitors and merely so by becoming interested in those who show an interest in them And now teachers listen to me I am interested in you Dont think please I am going to preach I only want to talk to you A Very prominent D D used this expression once Blessed be drudgery and before he finished his discourse proved Pthat all true culture Tame from our very drudgery Now what constitutes cul ture The very qualifications which enable us to take up our work morning after morning thru rain snow and sunshine thru headache and heartache to the very end of the appointed task Perseverance determination selfcon trol patience and courage are traits which give us the power to pursue our work These I think constitute true culture Formerly we supposed it meant wealth leisure books sculpture paint ings and travel but we poor schoolteachers with our daily even hourly task can lay claim to it by virtue of the very conditions which produce it I believe you will all agree with me that we are drudges but we can be artists not artisans The former teach accord = A V V V V I Heirlooms For Tedd Atlanta Ga May 19When Pres ident Roosevelt visits Georgia to view the birthplace of his mother and meet the people of Georgia in keeping with his promise to Senator Clay he will receive as a present two heirlooms of flaIveryGeorge Hi Jones of Cobb county in which his mother was born andreared two receipts and bills of sale for four negro slaveswhich his maternal grand mother said that shemight obtain money withwhich to buy the trousseau for1heI wedding of daughter Bullock to Theodore Roosevelt Sr of New York father of the President One of the papers reads fromIMrlars said sum being in full payment for one negro woman named Bess and he child John MARTHA BULLOCK Roswell Dec 57 1853 The other is even more interesting in that it shows that Mrs Bullodk war ranted the health of the negrpes which she sold It follows Received of John F Martin fifteen hundred dollars in full for my four ne OCGOOOOCCCOCCOCGOGOOCGCOGC New York Press fiThe following is the only reliable peh picture of Christ as seen in actual lift and is an exquisite piece of word painting It is taken from a manuscript now in the possession of Lord Kelly and in his library It was copied from an original letter of Publius Lentulus at Rome it being the usual custom of Roman governors to advise the Senate and the people of such material things as happened in their provinces in the days of Tiberius Caesar Publius Len tulus Procuator of Judea wrote the letter to the Senate There appeared in these our days a man of great virtue named Jesus Christ who is yet living among us and of the Gentiles is accepted as the prophet of Truth the dead and cures all manner of diseases A man of stature somewhat tall and comely such as the beholder may both love and fear His hair of the color of 0OCXXK5OOOCXXX5OOOOOOOOOCX5OOO t ing to books for examinations the lat ter are those who study the mental growth of children and learn how to help that groWth It seems so hard for teachers to remember that pages are not progress Life of course is serv ice but here whom shall we serve This question was answered thus The greatest work of woman is to teach children But right here we should remember that the teachers gifts are as rare as the poets The various methods of education can and do make scholars and pedants but no process has yet been discovered on this green earth of ours for making teachers They are like rare gems they must be found they can not be made Let us look at this question in this way The greater per cent of teachers in the United States are ladies We would naturally conclude from this that this line of work has its advantages as well as strong disadvantages that so many ladies take it up as a calling I think our Creator intended women to teach and true many consecrate themselves to the work while many others make it only a makeshiftdoes Very well until an eligible marriage overtakes her and then her muchloved vocation is forgotten Fashions Fashions like politicians keep bob bing around in such rapid succesion that it is difficult to keep consecutive track of their changing hues and formsIt is utterly impossible for me to make a daily shift but it is hardly too much to say that the wheel of fashion I do he lieve takes a monthly turn in the cut of some garment For trade and labor it is capital and without stopping to consider who pays the bills these changes are certainly satisfactory to our mortal birds of paradise who are such haters of monotony in cut as well as color Fashions range thru three circlesthe offensive the absurd and the admirable The off ensive tKank goodness is gonethe long sweeping skirts on the street The absurd is coming rapidlyenough goods in one sleeve to make an entire waist In the admirable woman appears the visible angel that she always should be faultlessly dressed and smiling like a beautiful flower whose costume and color God has given in harmony with its character and surroundings rT rrAr rrW rrrr her groes to wit Brieter andwife Sylvia and their two grandchildren Albert and Sylsia the boy Albert about eight years and the other six in September theIWitness my hand and seal first day of February 1854 Thus after receiving money to defray the expense of her qa wedding to Theodore Ughtergf even at that time a Yorker Mrs Martha Bullock mother of the President drew up with her own hand and signed the document CobbIand her daughter Martha before her marriage to Theodore Roosevelt Sr rTo some it may seem an exaggeration payIone in December 1853 and the other in zememIs needed by a stylish Southern woman to prepare for a fashionable wedding tiOCOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCOOOQoooao1 Pen Picture of Christ earsImore curling and waving about his shoulders In the midst of his head ia seam a partition in the hair after the manner of the Nazarites His forehead plain andvery delicate his face without spot or wrinkle beautiful with a lovely red thatIHis eyes gray clear and quick and luminous In reproving he is terrible his eyes piercingas with a twoedged swordthe greedy the selfish and op pressor but look with tenderest pity on the weak the erring and the sinful Courteous and fairspoken Pleasant in conversation mixed with gravity It cannot be remembered that any have seen him laugh but many have seen him weep In proportion of body most excellent a man for his singular beauty surpassing the children of men i i F That CrookedLegged Colt BY EM PIERCE The following poem was printed in the Lebanon Standard a great many years agoad was given to The Sun by Mr Jno F Greene In old Cottaraugus county in a barroom filled with smoke Where the nabobs gather in at night talk horse and cracka joke Where Whisky beer and cider on a blustering Cuts loose the tongues of modest men and makes them wondrous bright In such a place on such a night with tongues already greased While smoke rolled from his claypipe Bill Hopkins spoke his piece Said Bill Id tell about that colt my dad was going to shoot He was bound to take the life of that crookedlegged brute For he was tarnal mad you see think old Doll our mare Should throw such a Hambletonian as we saw there But I begged so hard for him to give the homely thinftomeHe finally said Well take him Bill hes the Well boys I had an awful time to get that critter through My dad would laugh and say to me he was a blooded cuss he knew And of blooded stock hed hadenoughtwas a swindle and a shame A highpriced stallion caught once never would again Well I him to four years old and altho I wouldnt oWn it Id like to swapped him for a mule if no one could have known it His head was large his ears were longa Hambletonian feature Steeprumped slabsided and ewenecked was the makeup of the creature I tried to keep him out of sight they laughed so much at me- I put him in a small back lot well out of sight you see And there Id go and stir him up and switch him round the lot Tp see if he could strike a gait that looked a milelike trot couldnt get much out of himhed change from trot to pacer And I set him down a failure for any kind of place But I broke hm and I drove him yet he didnt seem to know Hitched double or drove single how he ought to act or go He didnt seem to have a gait but mixed himself all up Like an old jackknife rivets loose half opened and half shut Well hauled milk to the factory with him an old mare One night when I was drivingTiome found out what was there The pole slipped through the neck yokd ring while going down a hill The wagon raft against their heels and they lit out to kill highffly r My fright turned to amusement my blood got boiling hot The old mare ran her level best but the colt just kepthis trot Wellididnt he just square away I never saw I stopped them going up a hill and soon fixed all in right No one had seen the flops Id had my heart stood almost still By gosh says I I guess the colt is a bonanza yet for Bill I kept my secret to myself I trained the colt at night And daytimes I would cut him loose when no one was in sight Our county fair was co ing off and I made up my mind Hed a chance with fouryearolds and not get far behind I got a chap to enter him so no one else would know What colt it was agoing to trot until called on to go Four other colts were entered and they were there on hand Awaiting for the unknown colt when I drove to the stand I entered him as Twister and you ought to have heard em shout As Twister shuffled up the track before we turned about I never drove a race before but Id seen some jockeying did And Id kinder catched on to jthe game like any other kid The other drivers were all smarttheyd been right there before And the way they looked at me apd grinned made me feel tarnal sore skipAndrip I knew they poked their fun at mfe and got confounded mad When I saw alooking kinder shamed the face of my old dad At last they give the word to go when the rest were way ahead I wished that I was somewhere else and the tarnal colt was dead I hauled right up and pounded hint the best I knew Andhe seemed to catch on all at once and spread himself and flew Well lalk about your trotters ant talk about your fun Twas when I passed those fouryearolds and dropped them one by one I passed them like a gust of wind the crowd went crazy wild My homely colt won three straight heatsdad hurrahed like a child Well boys to close the story up you know the farm I own The price I got for that ere colt just deeded me that home Since then the old man thinks blooded stock is his best holt And you bet hell never give away another crookedlegged colt uou 0xYJrV VVVV V U Marion Notes Lebanon Enterprise John Will Moore who for sometime past Saturday made his home in this city last afternoon attempted to his wife Mrs Lillie A Moore and laterI tried to take his own life the affair occurred at the home of Mr Henry hom1Mrday Mdoreaattack upon his wife was frustrated by Mr Denny who was in an adjoining room and heard her screams in time to run to her assistance She received a slight cut in the face and one across her hand but they are not of a serious nature Shortly after Mrs Moore was taken from the room Moore picked up a heavy water pitcher nearby and struck himself over the head The pitcher was shivered but hewas not hurt sufficiently to prevent officers from arresting him and placing him in jail where he now is in default of bail Mrs Jennie ONeal the relict of J B ONeal whose death occurred in September 11902 died at her residence on Spalding avenue Tuesday morning May 1C after a vqry brief illness De ceased was taken suddenly ill witH pneumonia oh Thursday morning May 111 The largest judgment that has been given by a jury in the Marion Circuit Court for almost twenty years was Wednesday afternoon rendered in the case of Venia Owens administratrix of her husband James T Owens against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Com pany The jury after being out less than twenty minutes returned verdict in favor of the plaintiff for 10000 the fullamount asked Tobacco Growers Meet tAnderson News The Anderson County Tobacco Grow ers held an important meeting at the court house on last Monday with about one hundred members in attendence The new plans of the Association so far as they have been developed were laid before the meeting and elicited consider able discussion after which the meeting elected President Ben Franklin naa delegate to a meeting which will beheld in Lexington in near future and James S Shouse was selected as an alternate tv V VV vvv There are several plans proposed for action by the association but the one most generally favored by this meeting was foreach county to form a corpora tionwitha capital of from 20000 to 50000 and handle its own tobacco In- case this plan is adopted by the general meeting in Lexington a rehandling house will be established here and when the prices are suitable the tobacco will be placed on the market directly without having to pass through the warehouses of the combine IMans Unreasonableness 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 t n his wife for female trouble he says we concluded to try Electric Bitters My wife was then so sick she could physician perfectly byCJHon J S Wortham of Leitchfield has announced his candidacy for Con gress from this district Judge Wortham is a good lawyer and a goodman and has many warm friends in the district As the race is forming now there promises to be a number of starters so that the people will finally have a good field to select fromEx Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy placebuthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan turn and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take You 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 Price25c large size 50a For sale by C J Haydon Springfield ie SIX e e CARLOADSJ OF BUGGIESSOLD OTHER ARGUMENT IS NEEDED TO CONVINCE THE TRADE THAT OUR VEHICLES ARE THE BEST OUR PRICES THE LOWEST If you wanta good buggy a stylish buggy at a low price call upon McClure Wells The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner t We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in theivorld If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Finclng The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a timewhen budging is necessary Buy theHagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness McClure Wells wKM Ky i SSSiSSiSiSSSSSiS1SiSISSISiSiSIS eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeaeoe eoeneoeneanoeno- eoeoe eoeoeQeQeQeoeoeoeQ eQeQeOOQeQeQeQQQQQa- en n- oe gen n iiThe Kurfees icEOe O eo 0 Oe For All Kinds Of Good Painting Made In One a 0 0 Grade Only and That the Best Oe 0 en 0 That GoodPaintOe 0- eo D 2 REPRESENTS THE lIceT Oe BEST PAINT I Value that money can buy It is the safest Paint to use because Q every gallon is guaranteed by the roanuf ac turer as well as thedealer Greatest Covering Capacity Long est Wearing Quality Most Beautiful o in Apperance All these you get in THE KURFEES PAINT o eo That Good PaInt For Sale ByeD roe t The Red Cross Drug Store Springfield gy tF Oe 0 t eo 0Oe n- oeoe rii eOeOeo oaoooaoaoaoooaoaoaoaoaoao oaoaoroao Ieooeoeoeoeoeoe eoeoeoeoeo oeoeoeQe eQeO QeQe QeQeQ + + + + + + + + j + + + + + + + + + + + + + + r+ + t can The Rest Every Day In the Year i + Phone us for Fresh and Fresh Fish + r uuuu u uuH tNNNNNNINIININ A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon and you will have to have it usI NNNN NNNI IINNN NINNIIN + + AMEAT 1 MARKET Where you buye BESTS FjT COXA COOysters Telephone OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides 44 and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market +prices We are coostantly in the market for fat beeves nww Read the Watch Offer i r i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 241905 J L tir W Fo Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices All guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY a All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield a Once in Unjron Block up stairsv B D LAKEInsurance Agent 1JSPRINGFIELDLife Fire and Accident Old ifassachusette Mutual reliable and the best dividepdpayingcompany in the world Your insurance Dr J Hi LAMPTON OFFICE In Opera House A Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MA YEStATTYATLAW i1SpnngfieldWill practice in the courts of Washington Appealsand c C McCHORDT ATTYATIAW JI SpringfieldKy Wmpractice in all State and Federal Courts W D C AYBROOKE ATIYAT LAW Spriigfield KydWill practice in the courts of Washington 11pealsy W E SElECltANd ATTY ATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals H E WIRter- ATTYAT AW Springfield Kentuckym Collections a speciality Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining countiesUof eOOOOOOQQQQgQO HAYDON THOMPSON a Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentuckye Phone 18nis We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets r We are fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness oaaoOaO 33ot3I3ott t3otio- Ie DIRECTORY Circuit ConrL L H Thnrraan SiirinKJleld L Durham GreenstJurK hy Coin judgeF M CatniiWll dark Geo Cat lett jailer iL G Leaciiuian Master Commissioner Byron Croake hertIDeputlei Ed Masters Sharpsviile tiny O borl1e Spring field Richard Jsuam jIacdlle RH 3Inl11 gan Trustee Jury Fund Court begins Fourth in February May and October County CourtB L LltJe judge W F Booker County Clerk T S laysf County Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday in each mouth Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each of Claims Meets at Springfield first Tuesday in October and April onnty Treasurer Kol tNoi Other County Officials Jas F Moore Sur veyor Assessor Jas L Royalty T P OBrian of Schools J W Bush Coroner J iL Montgomery i METHODIST Cnrncn Kev J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sundays in each month at a in and 7UO p m Sunday School every Sundav at a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CATHOLIc C HCHcn Kev P F Hennery Pastor Services every Sunday at 8 and oclock a m Services at St Rose same HRISTIAN Eld W P Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month PKESBTTERIAN CHCRCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor reaching every Sunday at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at l L m meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oclock BAPTIST Rev Wm Harrison VilI Bans Pastor Preaching every Sunday at L m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sun day at UaJ a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 8 o clock f MaKistratMDis Ho 1 JaR L Muddr J o2 4r Jno H Gorden No 3 R D Riley No4 I Jas Divine No 5 J W Gordon No6 Jn O Polland Secret Societies Masonic Springfield Lodgq NowFA U Master R L Sutton E Secretary Meetings nights FIrst an Third Jitonday nights in each montha MURDERED Saddle Blood Spattered and the Law yers Body Found in the Lane Glasgow Ky May 20tNews has reached here of the murder and robbery near Burksville of James Skin mer one of the most prominent menI in Cumberland county Skinnier had been in Burksville since Monday en gaged in taking depositions in a lawsuit between himself and E G Alex ander of Waterview and tool hfsI horse from the livery stable and leftItown That was the last time he was seen alive His body was found in a hue hear the Cumberland pike about a mile north of Burksville There was bullet hole In his sight temple and three in his breast His watch a bill case containing 2DQO in currency and short sack of slIver he had with him he left town and a bundle of legal paper are gone His rain coat w s buttoned up closely around himJhis hat wits on his face Near by was his hojrse and blood on both sides of the saddle leads to the that the shoot g was done elsechere and the body placed on the horse and carried to he spot where it was found Two white rnfin are under suspicion and are being closely watched KILLED Horrible Death Came To Jack Rue Isell Near Georgetown Georgetown Ky May 22Jack a ssen for many years horse trainer overbya road cart and although the elec alarm gave warning of the approaching train he sought to beat it across the Lemons Mill pike near the depot The horse escaped unhurt but cart and driver were annihilated he skull was crushed and brains spattered all over an adjoining fence The victim was 60 years old IJHe Went Mad Lexington Ky May 20 Cleveland Sloan a prominent young turfman as the result of a dog bite Sloan has assisting the city dog catcher in wagonhenconvulsions which terminated in his deathI COALLAND One of tne Biggest Deals Ever Con summated In Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky May 18one of biggest coal deals ever consum ated in the state was perfected when Thomas A Nevins the multimillion In of New York president of the nited States Gas Coal and Coke Co Sturgis purchased the Tradewater Coal and Coke Co the Baker Coif of near AVheatcroft and about 25000 acres of coal land in this section The wasIpreliminary deal looking to a larger one by rhlch the combined interests be turned offer to the North Am Co one of the industrial combi of which J Pierpont Morgan the head The new combination will want a producing capacity of in about three million tons a year to cl meet which will require at least six to large shafts employing probably G000 men- The Boat Upset Covington Ky May 22 Three men In a boat on Crystal lake near Erlang r Wed to drink out of n beer keg In their efforts to do so they tipped the boat over and one Bert Dyson of Cov t ington was drowned t tJoulsv11lema Sherfman tlirooj carold laughter of Charles Sherman 31 1920 Crop street is dead ae the rtenlt of eating flowers on which poJaon had peon placed to kill Insects No less than 26 eectric mountain railways are now under construction In SwitzerlandITour Of The World Lincoln Neb May 20William J Bryan announces that hewill make a tour of the world for the study of mu nicipal ownership arid railroad problems his daughter is in poor health and vithI other members of his family will ac company him nLand Sales Marion Falcon boughtIacres Simmk about two miles from this city The purchase included that part of th farm on which the residence is situated i and the price paid was 75 per acre Possession is to be given on January f 1906 Messrs Young 8 Scearce have sol the B F Wilson farm of 33 J acres on Jacksons Lane near the city limits to MrfvT M Estes for 1851 This is th Landcaster sale r HORSE THIEF A Deaf and Dumb Negro Accused of Stealing It darJpgthefted the horse and buggy belonging to Dr Porter Prather and drove off with The rig was standing in front of the doctors office on East Main street Sunday morning while driving along the Winchester pike Gip Smith a liveryman recognized the horse and bug which is kept at his stable and arrested the man in charge of the anii mal who proved to be Lee Dates a deaf and dumb negro He was unable to account for his whereabouts during Saturday night while the police of thisIcity were searching for him Mr Smith will receive the standing re ward of 50 offered by the state for the capture ota horse thief KENTUCKY ODD FELLOWS L BrawIof Mt Sterling Was Elected Grand Patriarch Louisville Ky May l8At the ses of the annual encampment of Kentucky Independent Order of Odd Fellows it was voted to hold the next encampment at Paris Ky The officers elected are J L Browner Mt Ster ling grand patriarch J P Wheeler Ghent grand high priest Otto L Bright Newport senior warden W R Conover Henderson junior warden W H Cox Maysville grandrep resentative R G Bliott Lexington grand scribe George AV Morris Lou isville treasurer The grand patriarchs report showed net increase of 638 members during the year making a total of 25- 54FORTuNE Dayton Machinist Dropped His Tools and Quit WorkcDayton Ky May 20Geo Brooks a machinist living at 313 Third aye has received word from Lincoln- shire England that his maternal grandmother has just died leaving him landed property worth between S5000 and 95000 hasMbeen In this country about 15 years rind during that time has worked 13 years for Fay Egan Cincinnati expects to leave for England within a few weeks and take possession of ills estate He has engaged Attorney Arthur Hall Newport to communi cate with a London barrister and at tend to its transfer When Brooks heard the glad tidings he immediately quit work Died In a Bath Tub Glasgow Ky May 22B G David son clothing merchant at this place and onb of the most prominent mer the county died in a bathtub hereof heart failure He was 60 years oldIHe wagthe father of Daviuson B- rosANEGRO Newport Police Are Trying To Fasten Many Crimes Upon HimINewport Ky May 19 Iurdersf toldbloodcd assaults and mat y ro aeries are attributed by the Nevport police to Edward Johnson color now the Newport jail on the to hnICRlj of sunding threatening people in Covington and Newport Thvy also say he 1s suflerifig from a religious mania t The police are trying to prove that Johnson and Henry Williams v ho was hanged in lloanoke Va retch Iyrob heed and then murdered an old Oel1U1I near Chester W Va on Than davIS A man was lynched for this Crime Tfiat in September IDOl near Unon own PJL they robbed and killed two tallnns and then throw their bodies nto a coke oven That in October 1901 they Wiled a nau near Hyndman Pa That in August 1003 they murdered i woman near Portland 0 and hid her body in the hushes These and many other crime touch rig assault and robbery are outlined in a letter that it is thought Johnson wroto as a confession to thee chief or police nt Chester V Va Until he got religion Johnson was known in Newport by tint police as aI bad man Baptists Unite At St Louis theBaptists of America North and South of Canada and the nearby islands have entered into a great common body the General Baptist Convention of America Dr J Prestridge editor of the Baptist Argus Louisville is secetary and the headquarters of the General Baptist Con vantion have been located in Louiville at 350 Third avenue sSon Lost Mo her familyewrites E B Reid of Harmony Me For the past five years however on the slightest sign of a C0ugh or Cold I Discoveryfor Hids Reid but he learned that lung trouble must not be neglected and how to cure e it Quickest relief and cure for coughs and colds Price 50c and lv Guaran teed at C J Hoydens drug store Trial bottle free e CURT JETT Noted Feudist Had His Thumb Sev ered By a Machine Frankfort Ky notorious feudist 1IayflscurUsJett who is serving a state penitentiary for assassination had the thumb of his pistol hand sev ered bya saw of a machine he was operating In the chat factory of the institution Jett claims the dismembering was accldenta1but persons connected n to several similar Injuries to prisoners which were by design and to avoid hard work One King Bird a notori oils prisoner several years ago cut off his hand and threw it from a window to avoid work WARNER Inquiry Will Be Made as To the Sanity of the Condemned Man Frankfort Ky Nay 19Gov Beck ham respited until Wednesday May 31 next the death sentence of George Warner slayer of PulaskI Leeds who was to have been hanged lat Louisville The respite is ordered on recommenda tion bf Circuit Judge Pryor and Commonwealths Attorney Huffaker of the Louisville district for the purpose of making further Inquiry as to the sans ity of the condemned man CRIGLER CRIGLER They Lose Their Case In the Kentucky Court of Appeals Frankfort Ky May 19The court of appeals by Judge Barker affirmed the Laurel circuit court in the case of Robert L and Jacob S Crigler vs the commonwealth The actions involve seven indictments and fines for violation of the prohibition laws of Laurel county The appellants are distillers in Scott county having branch offices in Coyington and Cincinnati They shipped the whisky from Cincinnati and defended on the ground that the law is an interference with interstate commerce The court holds that this plea was an evasion as the whisky was made in Kentucky and shipped to Cincinnati and back into the state to = avoid the law FELTNER 1 Judge Riddle Extended the Time of His Trial Lexington Ky May 22ln answer to the letter and telegram of MB Feltner appealing to the governor that troops be sent with him to Jackson Judge Riddell communicated with Feltners attorneys and extended the time for Feltners appearance at Jackson from Monday until Thursday The extension was allowed that he ht investigate the alleged need of military protection In his communi cations to Gov Beckham and the circuit Judge Feltner expressed fear that he would be assassinated because of his evidence in the trial of Judge Jas Hargis on the charge of procuring the murdor of James Cpckrill The governor agreed to send troops recommended by Judge Riddell Tuesday the attorneys for Feltner will a motion for military protection nhrt affidavits of Feltner and Sam Jett to support It They express the belief that the of troops will bo shown to the court Feltner will appear Thursday toanswer to an indictment charging the murder Jesse Fields ant a mo lion for a change of venue will then lie entered I t Lexington Ky May 20The regu term of the Breathitt circuit court it JacKson will convene Monday and the cases against Hose Feltner Sam F1 4Foltnermurder and confederating to kill Jesse Fields while Jett is charged with arson alleged to have been committed 35 years ago The court is in a quandary as to how to protect the prisoners as It Is feared that they will be assassinated because of the prominent part they took In tle states behalf In recent feud trials here Tobacco Damaged 14henybacco plants Reports from Hopkins county are to the effect that at least 50 per cent of the tobacco plants aro ruined and it Is thought that unless weather conditions change the remainder of the plants will be killed Louisville Steeplechase Louisville Ky May 19Rlp the second choice in the betting won the Louisville steeplechase from Bank Holiday and Balzac before a large crowd White Plume defeated Lady Savoy Hyperionll took the twoyear old event Vio 0 the oddson favorite not finishing Inside the money Fourteen Years In Penitentiary Madisonvi le Ky May 19 The jury In the case bf the commonwealth vs Jeff Morgan colored charged with the killing of Perd Lutz in this city last October brought in a verdict of guilty and sentenced the defendant to 14 years in the penitentiary 4inounccdthateven though the State Board ecomm clemency TF BOY SDo You Want a Watch Here is the to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get 4 FOUR 4 Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch The timepiece is an excellent oneguaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemwind stemset nickel casejust as the cut in this advertisement represents These watches are being carried by business menall over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with huh 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 explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN zZt eIIIIZI IIXII I i IZl iiiZI IZI Z ZV Zi iI lI Springfield Roller MiUsI I + ipridtf of Washington is Choice Solid Comfort The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers i i iia s W + + w- I I Springfield Roller Mills IIi o Flies1WHICH We wfll sell you the creens The fly comes without buying The Selffitting Window Screen They fit themselves And the best doors on the market can be found at our shop Springfield Lumber Co 1 Lawn Mowers and Garden Hose Best makes at lowest prices Get our prices and examhie goods before buying We can save you money HAYDON BMBER JIi + + + + + iIil WoV edTHE SUN SI A YEAR an T 0 14 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 il 4SUNf Wednesday May 24 t905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advance IJROGERS GORE EditerandPublisher L SpringfieldBymails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION F1s50 Three Months 2j changedalwaysis going as well as the postofficeto which Wish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET COCSTT moiB L Litsey ilnyeiCOGSTYBEPRESESTATIVE D Claybrooke SHERIFF J S OsoonrneE- CPEKDTEXDEXT OF W Bush JJOLER Geo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCoBOXEH ML Mont omer The race problem is giving our Nothern brethern no little trouble and anxiety just at pres ent In Chicago the negroes have become desperate negroes who but recently left the cotton fields ofthe South and sought work in the metropolis of the West They are largely responsible for the teamsters strike in Chicago because they made labor cheap The home of the coon and the alligator is in the South other climates disagree with them When the North the East and the West are ready to admit that the South is the natural home of the negro we will build more cabins upon our plantations buy more banjos andraise more side meat we will welcome them home One our correspondents wants to know what we do if we had a million dollars We would turn backward somersault and holler hoorah forthe United States of America make donations to the churches and employ a corn doctor to keep our corns trimmed go south in the winter north in the summer west occasionally east one time employ somebody to teacji us how to play Old Kentucky Home on the banjo and go to every circus within a radius Pfirorty miles of wherever theldaThere is a disposition on the part of some very prominent men in the affairs of our government to court favor with Col 1J Bryan by now and then tossing Kiln an alluring Hbuquet figura tigjlly speaking but gentlemen th Colonel has become an exceedingly wise student ofmen and things as well asan astute politician and will pick his own company and rest assured that pickin will be of the best Counsel for Caleb Powers in asking that his case be transferred to the Federal court cite Tha the courts refused to recognize a pardon issued in legal form by the then legally constituted Gov enor of Kentucky Ofwhat crime was Powers pardoned I Justice Harlan of the United States Supreme Court acted as umpire at a game of baseball played between ministers and KENTUCKY WOWMEN Mr M S Hansbrough who recently resigned as telegraphed itor of the CourierJournal land went to Sheffield Ala to engage inthe weekly newspaper busi ness says in his first issue But what if in Kentucky the whiskey is the finest the bluegrass the bluest the thoroughbreds imost thorough an j the feudists fight the fiercest v her beautiful women find theiri counterpart in Alabama her men are npt more gallant and while she may have more Col onelsfor there the rye is full ofcolonels and the Colonels full of ryethe Colonels of Ala bama also take theirs with out water or other adulterant and with just as much avidity aoAnd where do the birds sing sweeter than in Alabama the babbling brooks ripple more pinesRedso- sweetly soothe the stranger and summon him to say Here Shall I Rest Hup hup youve said too many things too many things withno foundation neath the remarks IiWhile you were admitting that Kentucky blue grass is the blue grassest Kentucky whisky the whisky est etc you ought not to have wilted the bouquet with an assertion that Alabama women are- womenas pretty as Kentucky Thats where you slipped a cog thats where you jolted our gizzard and snagged hole in pants Think again Go yourl and take a look Vh Dan el Boone cowl 1 know that you were laboring under the i de that any other Stateany nation civilized or uncivilized possessed prettier women than Kentucky he would arise come forth blow through the muzzle of his flint lock rifle and proceed to the State of Alabama for the purpose of a huntin bar Dan bjazed a trail through the garden spot of the world skooted the injuns from behind the wild rose bushes chased the bears down into Ala bum and Arkansas then went over into Virginia and told the boys to go fetch the prettiest ot all the gals and follow him to a land where a thousandroses peeped through every acre of students last Saturday If the Justice got out of the game with out being called a liar he is luckier than the usualumpire JAY J JIMPSONS PHILOSOPHY Th dissatisfied man who humps WilliISdissatisfied an donttrv to squirm out wjll git to be mighty low down Thman who bets on a hoss race is more apt to git Stuck than th feller who climbs a thorn tree to rob a birds nest If youre join r fishiwith rot itlhenIf theres anything wiiss than th tooth its the teethache Thman who does his level best ever day in th year wont owe nobody th lust of January r thingsta bee and squeeze it Some fellers is too lazy to spit an let th terbaCCQ juice run down th corners of ther mouth higfamilymore work than the man who breaks sixteen mules colts ever week in th year blue grass find nodded bowdo y do to the mocking birds as they sang to the angels And since that hap py day away back yonder in 1799 up to this good hour of OU r Lord Kntucky women have been recognized the world oVer as the prettiestcreatures ever fashioned by the Hand of God Twill ever be thus because they love Kentucky and Kentuck worships them Did you ever seethe picture of an angel wither h head resting upon a bank of lilies Theres inspiration in a picture of that sort But lawsy when it comes tc real beauty beauty that staggers you beauty that makes your heart gallop up and down your Iback bone and causes ton to go away off some where i nd write poetry a Ken tucky J eaut has got the worl skinned from its toe nails to the whoIsaystion We are willing to admit that fIels just as full of rye as our Ken tuck rye and colonels We are also willing to admit for the s ofargument mind you for the sak ofargumentthat the jay birds and English Sparrows sing just as sweetlv in Alabama as they in Kentucky and that the bab bling brooks ripple just as merri ly but good friend and brother you hopped over the line of pro priety and butted into a brick wall when you said Kentucky women find their counterparts in Alabama Go out among your magnoli s and think again Fig ure it outon a rose leaf and write with the brew ofa lily that no where under the great blue dome is their a creature half sd pretty as a Kentucky wotnan She prettier than an eyening star in the shadow of a summer sunset more inspiring than a thousand songs and as bewitching as fawn s tangled in the vines ofa wilder ness of roses Shes our Hope our romance our vine and fig treethe light which enables us to see a million miles beyond the north star LONG RUN J News is very scarce but I will try to jot down a few items II Miss Lula Grain of Enido was the pleasant guest of Gi acie Cocanougher Sunday Miss Gertie Coyle and brother Harri son visited relatives in Boyle county Saturday night and Sunday Little Katie Best visited at the home of her uncle Marcus Cpcanouher of- Deep Creek last week Mr Ed Cocanougher a popular young gent of our neighborhood started to Boyle county Sunday on a visit but had a wreck and had to return home Mrs Lizzie Best ana daughters visited at the home of R T Best Friday night and Saturday Mesdames Sarahand i Grade Cocani ougher Lucy Crainand Georgie Cocan ougher were shopping at Jensonton Fri day Mr VaoJson Reynolds and wife spent Sunday with the latters mother Mrs Elizabeth Cocanougher Mrs Mollie Coyle and family visited her sister Mrs Mattie Harmon Success to The Sun r Il1Dr and Mrs E L Mclntire of Fred erickstown visited their uncle Hillory Mclntire on Sunday lase P A McIntire was in Mount Wash ington on business Saturday Ed Osbourne and wife visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs L F Clements on Saturday and Sunday Mr Sim Johnston is quite sick at this time Miss Leona McIntire has gone to Missouri where she will remain for some time with her brother Mr T K Mclntire Mrs Vat Clements andchildren after a pleasant visit to relatives near here have returned to their homes in Union county Mr Jesse Mann of Booker delight fully entertained the folks with his graphophone at the home of PoA McIntire on rJof Loretto Tel M Badgett and Wlteand Joseph Medley and wife of Forest View Monroe Cecil and wife of this place were guests at the home of Tine Cecil on Sunday last Mrs S C Hendren and Miss Emma Ensor of Springfield visited J B Ensor and wife one day last week We are glad tq see Mrs R A Wheatly out again after a protracted illness h HILLSBORO i Miss Maud Inman who has been very sick with inflammatory rheumatism is some better at present we are glad to say Samdlist are getting along nicely 1Mr Ernest Shewmaker of Fenwick at Wilmore Jast Tuesday Mr Charley Lewis and wife and daughter Miss Nannie Pinkston of near Mooresville visited Lucien Pinks ton Saturday Quite a large crowd from Polin attended the meeting here Sunday Ware pleased to have visitors and ask them to come again- e Rev W E Sutherland wet to War ern county last week to fill an appoint metrRev J A Simms preached very interesting sermon Sunday evening too a full house Rev Todd of Mackville will preach here the first Sunday at 4 qclock and Rev J A Simms will preach the second Sunday morning at 11 oclock Rev Williams of Springfield will preach in the afternoon at 4 oclock We hope to give good attention and a large audience I am glad to say our Sunday School is doing nicely everybody seems interest ed and are doing all they can to make it a success The community was shocked to hear of theldeath of Mr Van B Tyler last Thursday He once lived in this neigh bysw Clark Bros sale was well attended fourIyearoldA good many of our citizens attended firstiulr Uriah Shewmaker who has been in North Carolina fon past few months for hishealth has returned home Mr Ormsby Shea maker and sister Mrs Gillespie were the pleasant guests of Misses Maud Und Eva Inman undaY1 Little Lillian Leachman first o the week with Miss Sarah Shields SHARPSVILLE Miss Ora Bowen spent Thursday with Mrs Nancy Kirkland Mr Bernice Graham and sister Irma were in Harrodsburg Wednesday on business Mrs Mary Cornish was the pleasant guest of her daughter Mrs Corda Willham Monday Mr Roscoe Bryant purchased from Edger Yancy a nice buggy for 90 Mr Robinson was in Sharps ville Mr Cardwell VednesdavjL renceburg r visited friends and relatives at Kirkland last wtek Mr Henry Satlerley returned home from Lake City IlL last we k Square Kays was in jiharpsville Thursday on business A close election wits held In Anderson I county Saturday between Jack Barnett and latter winning by Hurdsatterlcyjthe J Mr George the guests of Rev fG Dennib and wife Monday night There is to be wedding ap this place soon Guess who Mr John Cornish and Miss Jennie Yates attended meeting at Fairview Sunday Mr L H Seay and wife spent Satur D day night with W F Bowers and wife Mr Newton Ward and family were the guests of Mr John Pmk ton Satur day night and Sunday Mr R B Riley was i1out town THE BIG STORE i THE BIG STORE iROBERTSON BROS Propriiiers 1 I mateiTUB COAT SUIT SKIRT OR SHIRT WAIST We are showing all the popular weights in Linens from the I sheerest Linen Cambric to the heaviest skirt Linen We are also showing a line of heavy cotton materials for white suits and skirts that resembles the Linen very much at 12Jc 15c and 20c per yard ITable Linens 4And Napkins at BargainPrices Fashion Favors Linens II Special Offer- This Week Only Two and onehalf yard wide Linen Sheeting 75cPer yard This sheeting is a Bargain Splendid thing for shirtwaists Suits and skirts It is well worth SUIOI iTable Ilinens I 1 Napkinsat Bargain I IPi a i Thirtysixinch fine all Linen 29c This is beautiful waist Linen and is a special bargain 16x33 Hemmed Towels 7 l2c Each 4iTHE BIG STORE Y ROBERTSON BROS Proprietors i i is l m f f II p Pestulancy and Peevishness are Unknown v iI v tjHOME lt J Ibramandand wife connubial felicity that was the dream of their courtship daSi i I15cPer Bottle at HAYDONS PHARMACY IiWlit1 Kl iJi1t i1Ri1j2itir11 J w Saturday on business A largo number of people attended meeting at the Goodlet stand Sunday Mr Bert Robinson and wife spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr C Dorsey SpringfieldMonday daughtervisitedMr Sam Long is quite sick at this writing And I1 for Sate A storehouse and stock of furniture 1 notions groceries stoves and stove re yLargetheBuildingopportunity I desire Jto sell on ac count of ill health Can be bought reasonable Easy terms or call on T J GRAVES 26 Mackville Ky LINEN SALE will interest you s- j Read the ad on this page Robertson rosr Y r 4 l t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 241905 5 t 9 t New Hats I RECEIVED EVERY WEEK BY j IJ Mrs Williams r f IThe Leading Milliner i New Patterns In Tailored Hats IJ and ready to wears for Ladies Misses den in every week Come in and see themm st4 ooaoaaaaaaaaoTHE FIRST n National Bank F SPRINGFIELt KENTUCKY CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 jj t OFFICERS 0B L Litsey President 0 John W Lewis vicePresident 0A C McElroy Cashier ft KB Cain Asst Cashier 0 A EE Foster Bookkeeper n eIaSidnev Green F M Campbell delen HL Grundy 0 aJnoO Polinaa We grant every favor consistent owith safe banking If you have J not already ah account with this 0 ft bank we invite your patronage 0 aaaaaaaaaaaaOj DR J C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER BAGA BROS 1Office Hours 12 Mto 2 P M Local News Notes A strawberry supper will given at the home of Mrs L M Gregory of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Thursday night June 1 for the benefit of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church Admission 25 cents LOST KEYJohn M Halt R Route No1 keyto mail box marked SR Slaymaker Return to The Sun office I Try a nice lamb roast from Carpenters t Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening Mr A C McElroy showed uSone of the prettiest bouquets of roses thin morning we have ever seen They were grown by his wife The pupils teachers and patrons o the Springfield Graded School will rederIickstown bles and groceries Free delivery Joh C Shaderr Anderson Carricoe sold to Mr Gore of Bloomfield a twomonthsoldmule for 100 here Monday Go to Carpenters for lamb chops SaltRising Bread at Johrj C Shaders Rice5 cents per poundat John C Shaders The Washington County Medical So ciety met in Drs RoBards Hyatts office here today WantedHams Shoulders and Side Meat John C Shader r Pure Sorghum Molasses and Country Vinegar at John C Shader Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market The l dies of the Maekville Christain Church gave a dinner here last Monday which they realised the neat sum of 8250 11 you want the best buy Old Honesty Coffe John C Shader sole agent Mr F M Shewmaker of Hillsboro neighborhood was kicked by a horse yesterday sustaining a seVere fracture of the left wrist Mr Shewmaker was riding one animal and driving a number of others when he was kicked BIRTHS Born to the wife of R L Montgomery Saturday May 20 a boy to the wife of James Smithon Monday May 22 a girl and to the wife of Joseph Smith on last Thursday May 25 a girlrG F Carpenter bought of J F Gregory two fat cows at4 cents last week and two steers from Ben Simms Co at 4 cents PICNIC BILLS The Sun is prepared to print your picnic bills na way to attract attention thereby drawing the crowd Get our prices and see our work The following commonwealth cases have been Disposed of Seymour Ter rell charged with detaining a woman refhgious Worship fined 20 Butler Welch SprattI DavidnHood selling liquor to minor 50 COMFORTIN There is a lot of pleasure and satisfaction in hammock these warm summer days It supplies rest when you are hot and tired Our hammocks are the strong and durable kind They are handsome too You will admire their rich and artis tic colorings They add a touch of beauty and luxury to any lawn or veranda We have the latest and best in weaves and materials at low and desirable grices Prescriptions a Specialty r THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE DR P W WELLS PROPRIETOR y iS0 aaan 0e0 aao G 0 Personal Notes 0 aQVisitors In and Out of TownA 0Round Up of the Weeks G Personal News aQoaqQOQa Mr Gwin Marks is in Bardstown today Mr R HShader spent Sunday at this place Mr W E Leachman was in Louis ville Sunday Mr J S Claybrooke was in Louisa ville Saturday Mrs John W Lewiswas in Lebanon last week Mr R H Edelen of Bardstown was here Sunday Mr C H McIntire is in Riney ville on business today Miss Margaret Shader is visiting in Louisville this week Rev Father Pteters of Fredericks town was here MondayIMiss Lillie Orkies is the guest of Mrs Joe Orkies this week Mr Sam Clements Sr of Leba non is visiting relatives here =Mr Jos T with his mother in LouisvilleI Mr Ernest Abell and wife of sLebanonW D Huston of Maud was in Springfield Saturday on business Mr Lum Craycroft of Louisville is here visiting friends relatives Miss Mayme Mtiir of Bloomfield is the guest of Mrs T D Wells H E Walter J J Graves and C W Hagan were in Lebanon Sunday Dr G M Shaunty has returned from a few days visit in L uisvilC Mr and MrsA H obertson of Bardstown are visiting relatives here Miss Ida May Cox returned front a visit to relatives at Greensburg Sunday Mr W R Shewmaker and family have returned from Hendersonville N c MramJ Mrs John Offutt of Bloomfield spent Sunday with relatives here Mr Gregory Edelen of Bardstown visited his mother here the firstof the week Mrs J M Bevil and daughter Mrs Lum Abell are visiting relatives in Lebanon Mr and Mrs John W Vreeland of Louisville spent Monday at the C C McChord home Mr Len Spalding of Louisville is visiting his brother Mr B A Spald ing at this place Miss Elise Durrett of Bloomfield is visiting her sister Mrs M W Hyatt this week Mr Roy May of Louisville wa the guest of Mr John S1 McElroy the first of the week iIMr J L Allen was called to Eliza bethtown Tuesday on account of the death of his father l Mr Larkin of Chicago Ill was the guest of Rev P F Hennessy a few days last week Mr and Mrs Buster of Harrods burg are visiting their daughter Mrs J B RoBards IMr Sam Craycroft of Louisville his sister Mrs Charles Mc lntire this week Mesdames Sallie Burtld and Cecelia Barber of Bardstown were the guests of friends here last week = Mr and Mrs S E Clements and children visited hissister at Nazareth Academy one day last week Neeley Boblitt left for Louisville Sunday morning where he has secured a position in a grocery store J Mesdames John Mahon and John Brown Jr of Lebanon have returned home after a visit to friends in Spring field Mrs John C Simms is visiting re- inRealtyBargains 196 acres fine Washington county splendid improvements at 6 200 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 38 100 acres nice far n near Harrodsburg on pike tit 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 400 307 acres Spencer county a good lone at 50 Exchange 340 acres and tobacco land Garrard noun propIhouses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky f u tives and friends at Henry Ue Ind 4vIllet Mrs Will Clarkson of near town 4 will entertain the Junior Missionary I Society of the Presbyterian church this afternoon =Mrs Charlotte Vawter of Indian Thompsonhere =Mr Parrott was called to Hodgen ville lastFriday by the death of his sister Mrs Samuel Gibbons He was accom- Panied by his daughter rMr M L Searcy and daughter and DudleyWells I ttendthe Knights Templar conclave 7Mr Fred Hagan who has been ill for the past two weeks of pneumonia is very much improved and it is now believed that he will soon be out again Rev Dr T D Latimer left Mon day for Yorkville S C to visit his mother who is ill He will be absent from Springfield fora week or ten days His pulpit at the Presbyterian mornsing evening VMr DL Payne of near town is qute ill at present of pneumonia He butrecently recovered from a severe siegeof typhoid fever which left his system in a weakened condition and grave fears are now entertained that he mitnot recover +Mr Felix Hamilton who was so ver ely hurt about ten days ago has removed from St Josephs Infirmary Louisville to his home in Lebanon and is now in a very critical con ui ion Physicians announce that he has softening of the brain Try John C Shader for groceries Everything nice and fresh Auctioneer Campbell reports the fol 4 lowing sales here Monday Two steer 4 calves 28 one cow and calf 2525 one cow and calf 19 one Jersey cow 35 seven yearling steers 22 per head onehorse at 65 and one at 38 4 one mare at 40 and another at 5550 Died in Louisville t 4 Mr Robert Irvine Cabbell who formerly lived at Leban n died at St Josephs Imfirmary Louisville at an 4 early hour Sunday after an illness 4wrian church in that city Tuesday and interment occurred in Cave Hillceme tery The deceased was a brother of Miss Bettie Irvine of this place He was about twentyone yearS old and 4jgenial nature and was loved and honored by a host of friends 4 1 SYCAMORE VALLEY 4 4Veseems like winter is coming again CountysCourt J D Sutherland sold a horse on the street for 75 Miss Maud with inflammatory rheumatismi Thomas Sutherland and wife have returned home from a pleasent trip to Love Ridge where Rev Sutherland preached Saturday night and Sunday Several residents of the Valley at tended Sunday school and chnrch at Hillsboro Sunday Rev J A Simms preached quite an interesting sermon Mesdames W E and J D Suther land were shopping in Springfield Mon day Mrs Rena Gillespie attended church at Maekville Sunday Rumor has it that our Valley will soon celebrate a wedding Begin to guess While Rev W E Sutherland was performing the rite of baptism in Barren river in Warren county recently he hada narrow escape from drown ing by entering the stream where the current was too swift I hope the correspondent at Sparrow will not forget to write again as many readers of The Sun in this county have relatives and friends in Anderson Dr Barnett said ho subscribed for The Sun as soon as he readthe last letter from Sparrow AGood Suggestion Mr C B Wainrwight of Lemon City Fla has written the manufacturers that much better results are obtained the use of Colic casesnof in the stomach colic and cholera morbus by taking it in water as hot as can be drank that when taken in this way the effect is double in ra pidity It seems to get at the spot instantly he says For sale byI Haydon druggist Teree young robbers at Chicago andpescaped jewelry 2500 u I Thank the Lord n cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Ark for 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 five years It is a marvelous forIfor cuts burns and wounds teed at J Haydons drug store isr IIIII I THE DOUBLESTORE GRUNDY CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE A Chat With Men We have received our second order of TwoPiece suits our first order having been exhausted in just two or three days We have these suits in single and double breasted styles and at prices ranging from 5ti sxOur 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 P nts and Caps We also have a large line of Outing Pants and Caps whichwe are now offering at low prices Come in and fit yourself in a summer suit Keep cool while the summer sun shines hot M I 8 81 T W 4s S1SSaIIS1iSSlS We Want to Supply Your Wants If You t AreWANTINGII 0 QUEENSWARE We have a large and handsome stock and can interest you in prices HtJ A LARGE LINE OF Window Screens and Door Scree- nsIIAGAN BROW THE SUN 91 A YEAR 0 tr6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 tfds TIl KENTUCKY TO DATE F If Happened In Kentucky You Will Find It Here Condensed Items From Every Quarter of the State THE BUSY FARMERMAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A GLANCE OR SO Letters Were Rifled Owensbgno Ky May 22A mail- pouchfrom the L H and SL L train was found near the city hospital Ife was stolen from the midnight train The pouch had been cut open and many of the letters mutilated Money was in several of the letters Fine tHe Oil Trust Columbia Ky May 22At the term of the Adair circuit court 70 indict ments were returned against the Standard Oil Co for retailing oil in the county without license A trial of one of the indictments resulted in a one of 550 Colleges Consolidate ML Sterling Ky May 22A deal has been made at Palntsville whereby the Southern Methodist college at that place and the Methodist college at Ashland Win be consolidated New buildings will be erected to costStoO Entertained at Haggins Farm May 18Two hun Bredmembers of the International Railway Congress arrived here on a special train from Cincinnati They were met by the Lexington Automo bile club and driven to the Elmendorf farm of J B Haggin where they were Entertained at luncheon by Manager C H Berryman I Desperate Pistol Battle Owingsville Ky May I8As the re nIt of a desperate pistol battle on the street here James Stephens white and John Burns colored are lying at their homes fatally wounded Eight shots were fired and Stephens has two bul let wounds and Burns one as the result of a quarrel Escaped Prisoners Captured Paducah Ky May 18 Two of the alleged murderers who escaped at iSinithland by filing the bars of their cell several night ago were captured inCaseyvIlle Ky and were taken to SmltWand Those captured are Jim Cowan white and Will proctor colored Mountain Streams Flooded Owingsville Ky May 18 Reports from throughout the mountains state that mountain stream have been higher from the rains of the past few days bigifdesbut no serious damage was done Death of Judge E M Smith Cynthiana Ky May 18Word was received here from Phoenix AHz an nouncing the death of Police Court Judge Elbert M Smith of this city- Smith left for Arizona several month- ago on account of his health He was 36 years old Won the Blue Grass Stake Louisville Ky May 18 Doyle quoted at 2 to 1 and MartinI booksat threes won the Blue stake at Churchill Downs beating Funlculaire and King of Troy King of Troy was held favorite by the bookmakers A Colonial Party Lexington Ky May 18A remark able gathering was held at the farm of W H Gentry near this city All the guests were dressed in costumes s peculiar to the colonial period and th period embracing the days of the ch War Modern Japanese coins and banknotes bear legends in English as well as in Japanese I I A SURE CURE Missionary Returns To China Henderson Ky May lidMiss Ma ry Posey of this city who has been a missionary to Chin for the past 17 years and who bad been home on a vacation of severn months has returned to China She Svill remain there for a period of eight years Two Young Men Drowned Madisontille Ky May 19 Luther and Thomas Townsend aged 18 and 21 respectively of Charleston was drowned in the Royal Coal Mine lake in this city while In bathing The young men were students of the Madisonville high school School Building Destroyed By Fire Palntsville Ky May 19The Paints rifle graded free school building at this place which w s erected In 1890 at a cost of about 15000 was burned There was 5000 Insurance The ori gin of the fire is not known- QuisinberryEstill Wedding Lexington Ky May 19Robert Taylor Quisinberry of Danville and Miss Martha Chen ult Estill were mar ried at Walhut Hill church by Rev William F Taylor of Nicholasville an uncle of the groom Kentucky River Closed Frankfort Ky May 19TheK ni tucky river was closed between this rlJrrforclosing was made necessary by repair at lock No2 Poolroom Ordinance Passed Covington Ky May 19The alder men passed the ordinance fixing the license on poolrooms at 25 and cost for each day they operate The license was formerly 10 and costs each day Death of W B Allen Shelbyville Ky May 18Walker B Allen of Austin Tex died at th home of his brother inlaw Capt N Sharp in this city Mr Allen had been in declining health for two or three years but was able to be about Charles E Clark Dead Harrodsburg Ky May I8Charles E Clark a wellknown citizen and fo many years one of the citys mos prominent business men died after several days illness of causes incident to old age Died In a Barber Shop HIckman Kjv May 20 Warner Bra Yard dropped dead while in a barbe- shop Physicians were called In an they decided his death had resulted from rheumatism of the heart Mr Brevard was about 30 years old an dI singles Kentucky Laundrymen Convene Owensboro Ky May 20TheKen tucky Laundrymens association began its annual meeting here rTne session was called to order by President Pritchett of Madisonville A banquet was served at the Chautauqua park Intercollegiate Field Meet Lexington Ky May 20In the an nual Intercollegiate field meet Ken tuck university n by a score of 50 points Kentucky State college was second with 42 points and Central university third with 35 potpie d Ina Runaway ePaducah KYI May 2oiiss Flora Wood was thrown from a buggy In a runaway and badly Injured Her left hip was broken and she was internally Injured Miss Alice Wood and Mrs J L Putnam were also Injured IIWOUNDS FEETBURNS Inflammationpromoteselasticity t CURED OF PARALYSIS 5 Mywifeher arm when I was persuaded to use Ballardg Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure I have also used it for old sores and skin eruptions It does the work U BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS VIED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c 50c and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COST U S ALOur Ii SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C j HAYDON Spirngjield Ky Il IliL Electric Light and Power Plant Paducah Ky May 20 Chicago Gin clnnati and New York capitalists are interested in an electric light and pow er plant which Is to be put up herein the near future The capital stock of the company will be 300000 Sliver Skin Won Louisville Ky May 20SlJver the favorite won the handicap att Churchill Downs covering the mile and a sixteenth in good was second and Batts thirdtfield of good horses unplaced Sues Railway Company For Damages Elizabethtown Ky May 20J C Johnson has filed suit against the Lou isville Henderson St Lauls railway for 10000 damages for injuries ed to have been received whileln theI employ of the company L The twoyearold child of Watt McI onnen of Piqua near Mt Olivet Ky died after intense suffering from the effects of eating the sulphur from 16 matches There arts 374 towns cities and viI Sages In Spain now lighted by elec tricity MT ZION Most of our farmers are taking ad vantage of the wet season and are setI ting out tobacco They are realizing good prices for their wooL Mr Jas Hays is having a fine resi dence erected on the McMakin place Mr Walls and Miss Maud Yancey of Midway attended church here Sunday Mr Mahlon Shields and wife of near Taylorsville visited at the home of H B BontaMrs Williams spent last Thurs day night and Friday with her sister Mrs Mollie Wilkerson atl Bloomfield Several from here are attending the services which are in progress at the Methodist church at Bloomfield con ducted byRev L L Pickett and Rev Williams from New York I Sue Anna Hays was the rpleasant little guest of her cousin SueWilliams at Midway Saturday night and Sunday Mr Harry Semones of near Har ofrcounty eB Bonta last week Miss Claudia Neale is spending the week with Miss Fee Cokendolpher Mrs Mattie Briggsof Polin visited Mrs Bailey Pinkston oneday last week DrrBoardtof Harrodsburg and several others from Mercer county compose La fishing party camping on Chaplin river They are catching a good many fish and are having a good time generally Rev Somnast a Persian preacher hereda very talk on Persia and its people His First Prayer Harrodsburg Herald Jerry Quinn the old federal veteran called at the Herald office Monday to complain of the rough treatment he re ceived Saturday night He lives on the Cornishville pike and was on his way home when he was halted by two men He says that when he called for help one of his assailants shoved the barrel of a pistol between his teeth and told him if he made anotheroutcry he would blow his head off He says they then made him getdown on his knees and pray which he did for the first time in his life after which they twisted a handkerchief about his neck which choked Rim so thathe could not have halloed had he disired to do so and after this they tied him to a post and went through his pockets He draws a pension and had gotten his- nionev that and the highwaymen evidentlyJbelieved the old man had it with him However the wouldbe rob berssecurednothing because Jerry says he had paid part of the money out and had left the other in town He finally worked himself loose from the post He says he identified the two men who held him up and has the handkerchief asn souvenir of his thrilling adventure He authorizes us to state that he will give his pension for two years for the arrest andconviction of the men who mistreat ed him How to Ward Off Old Age The most successful way of warding off the approach of old age is to main tain a vigorous digestion This can be done by eating only food suited to your disorderdose of Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets to correct it If you have a weak stomach or are troubled with indigestion you will find these Tablets byCPOLIN We have had lots of rain in the last few days and farmers arc busy setting tobacco A great many complaints are being made of cutworms Bro Maxwell preached at Hardesty schoolhbuse Sunday The health of our community is very good at present Mr Neale Reynolds of Chicago Ill is visiting relatives here Mr Ben Simpson and Miss Mattie Cammack visited the Tatters parents Sunday r H+ 4 ++ frlv TZ ttr i Eri i Tatham Springs i I I I I I +A pretty Scene on Chaplin RiverytThere Zare hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agon ies from cases of Brights Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas + tric and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tatham tiI + T HE HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky is situatedon Carey Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glenns Creek The hills surrounding the val fey are three hundred ft high from the top of which prospect IS varied andsublIme chaPlin river which is stocked with thetgame fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which makes a grand circuit of three miles returniner within ninety feet leaving a Jf picturesque ridge through which a tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill + The Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundred feet be low the surface pouring out its healing wafers in sufficient quantities to supply the world t Xmostthe many wonderful cures of stomach kidney and liver diseases by the use of this ewater convinces 415 that nature in her subtle labratory deep in the earth has given 4to if properties which the chemist cannot account for e Mrs S E Wornall f Manager Tatham Springs Hotel 5 5S11 + i 4t + 4 4 tt 11 11111 t111 It 111111111111111 lt 11II t1tItl t1t tIl JENSONTON Left From Last Week nVe are having nice growing weather arid plenty of rain Most all the farm ers are through planting corn and a few have set their tobacco Mr Lester Perkins and mother spent Monday with Mr J W Perkins and familyMr Huston Green who has been quite ill is now much better Remember the Sunday school at Beech Grove every Sunday at 930 oclock All are invited to attend Mesdames ME and M A Perkins of Battle visited MrJ W Perkins SundayElvianThursday John Milburn bought a nice buggy ho se of Shelby Arnold for 115 Mr Sonnie Campbell of Springfield sp nt Thursday night here He was on his way home from Harrodsburg wh ere has had a position in a hotel u it Mr A H Crain of Brumfield was here last week on business Mrs Colie Lay who has been very ill of typhoid fever improving MrChas Coyle received wool here Tuesday at 31c per pound Mrs J W Perkins is very ill of typhoid fever Mr W M Foster of Willisburg was called here Monday by the illness of his sister Mrs Jv W Perkins Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why suffer from Rheumatism when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm will relieve the pain The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost ManyI who have used it hoping only short relief from suffering have been nt1MrsRIgreatliim s Pain Balm is the that CJIJ PRATHERS CREEK Left From Last Week Miss Henrietta Noel spent list week with the family of G H1 Christerson l Miss Mattie Kimberlin of Jensonton is the guest of friends here Mr and Mrs G H Ghristerson visited the latters parents unday Messrs Will and T Kimberlm and Prentice and Matt May es attended church at Mackville Sunday Mesdames Sallie Kimberlin and Nancy Cocanougher visited the family of Mrs A A Crain at Enido Thursday boughtIve RI R Isham was in our community last Monday There has been some tobacco set in our section during the past week A mob was expected to arrive in Bedford Ind last night to lynch Virgil Wilson a former editor who is in jail on the charge of attempting to kill Silas Guthrie AffFZMPrn THE PIONEER SQUARE MESH FARM FENCE FARM FENCE IIInI coldweatherfences the three lower wires are spaced three inches apart in all of our different and styles which thespacingstrength and the effectiveness of the fence rendering it practically useless as a hog fence we can readily the spacing and consequently dec re Me the weight of our fence and sell it for less money but we do ProofFenceHAYDON BARBERx t 4 r r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 1 l IRwIIMakes and old buggy newThe r I IjustIiworkfold buggy your old surrey 3 our oldIcarriage in fact any kind of you may have can be made again For prices etc call newILeo Ha3Tdon Robertson C W Hagan or at the Old shop on West Main r streetI I Springfield Carriage Painting Conipany1 L II f I the Wings of J The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1903 by Edward J Clode The sound of this the first shot ofE real warfare awoke Rainbow island Into tremendous activity The winged life of the place filled the air with rau cous cries while shouting Dyaks scurI rled In all directions Several came in to the valley Those nearest the fallen man picked him up and carried him to the well He was quite dead and al though amid his other Injuries theyE soon found the bullet wound they evi dently did not know whence the shotir came for those to whom he had no inkling of his motive and the slight haze from the rifle was instantly swept away by the breeze Iris could hear the turmoil beneath and she tremulously asked Are they going to attack us1 Xotyetnwas the reassuring an swer 41 killed the fellow who saw us before he could tell the others It was a bold risk and he had taken it though now the Dyaks knew for certain their prey had not escaped there was no prospect of their speedy departure Nevertheless the position was not utterly hopeless None of the enemy could tell show or by whom their companion had been shot tinny among the excited horde Jabbering beneath actually looked at the cliff over and over again yet failed to note the potentialities of the ledge with its few tufts of grass growing where seeds had apparently been blown by the wind or dropped by passing birds Jenks understood of course that the real danger would arise when they vis ited the scene of their comrades disaster Even then the wavering bal ance of chance might cast the issue In his favor He could only walt with ready rifle with the light of battle lowering in his eyes Of one thing tit least be was certainbefore they con quered him he would levy a terrible toll He glanced back at Iris Her face was pale bsnejatii its mask of sun chief was listening intently to the story of the Dyak who saw the dead man totter and fall He gave some quick order Followed by a scoreI THE NATION SUFFERS 1CEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN Throughput the United tates are suf fering daily from Rheumatic troubles Neuralgia Catarrh Skin troubles Sore Muscles Sore Feet and various forms of aches swellings and inflammations Are you one of them If so I offer and guarantee instant relief if you will use the wonderful healing external remedy Paracamph as I direct Go to your druggist today and get a bottle of Paracamnh First Aid to the Injured Apply it according to directions and if It fails to do what I claim for it go back to your druggist and get your money This is a fair proposition Take advantage of it today The reason Taracamph cures the troubles above- mentioned is because when applied it opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the interior cells soothing the aching nerves oiling the muscles drawing out the fever soreness and in flammation by Inducing sweating It cures in a safe and harmless way Dont ruin your stomach and nervous rKyslem with strong internal medicines Use Paracamph the safe remedy L Dont hesitate try Paracamph today Sold only in 25c 50c and 100 bottles at all good druggists E B Spicer r General Manager The Paracamph Com pany Louisville Ky U s A For is by C J Haydojx Springfield TheKrst National Bank of Cornwall NvXVJwas closed by direction of the cetrinerof Currency or more of his men he walked rapidly to the foot of the cliff where they found the lifeless body Jenks stole one more hasty glance at Iris The chief and the greater number of hiS followers were out of sight behind the rocks Some of them must now be climbing to that fatal ledge Was this the end Iris bent forward sufficiently in berc sheltering niche to permit her to gaze with wistful tenderness upon Jenks She knew he would dare all for her She could only pray and hope Suddenly a clamor of discordant yells fell upon her ears Jenks rose to hlsJknees The Dyaks had discovered and were about to open fire HeIoffered them a target lest perchance Iris were not thoroughly screened Keep close he said They haeIsound us Lead will be flying around oon She flinched back into the creylceI sailor fell prone Four bullets spatJ nto the ledge of which three pierced the tarpaulin and one flattened itself against the rock 4 Then Jenks took up the tale SoTcu riously constituted was this man that The Dvak hurtled through the air although he ruthlessly shot the savage who first spied out their retreat he was swayed only by the dictates of stern necessity There was a feeble chance that further bloodshed might be averted That chance had passed Very well The enemy must start the dreadful game about to be played They had thrown the gage and he answered them Four times did Jenks rifle carry death unseen almost unfelt across the valley Ere the fourth Dyak collapsed limply where he stood others were there firing at the little puff of smoke above the grass They got in a few shots most of which sprayed at various angles off the face of the cliff nut they waited for no more When the lever of the Lee Metford was shoved home for the fifth time the opposing crest was bare of all opponents save two and they lay motionless The fate of the flanking detachment was either unperceived or unheeded by tie Dyaks left in the vicinity of the house and well Astounded by the fir ing that burst forth in midair Jenks had cleared the dangerous rock before they realized that here above their heads were the white man and the maid whom they sought With stupid zeal they blazed away furiously only succeeding in shower ing fragments of splintered stone into the eagles nest And the sailor smiled He quietly picked up an old coat rolled it into a ball and pushed it into sight amidst the grass Then he squirmed round on his stomach and took up a position ten feet away Of course those who still carried loaded guns discharg ed them at the bundle of rags whereupon Jenks thrust his rifle beyond the edge of the rock and leaned over Three Dyaks fell before the remainder made up their minds to run Once con vinced however that running was good for their health they moved with much celerity The remaining cartridges in the magazine slackened the pace of two of their number Jenks dropped the empty weapon and seized another He stood up now and sent a quick remind er after the rearmost pirate The oth ers had disappeared toward the locality where their leader and his diminished troop were gathered not daring to again conic within range of the whis tling dumdums The sailor holding his rifle as though pheasant shooting bent forward and sought a belated opponent but in vain There was no sound save the waiting of birds the soft sough of the sea and the yellingof the three wounded men in the house who knew not what terrors threatened and vainly bawled for succor Again Jenks could look at Iris Her face was bleeding The sight madden ed him My God he groaned Are you wounded She smiled bravely at him It is nothing she saida mere splash from the rock which cut my foreheadHe not go to her He could only hope that It was no worse so ho turned to examine the valley once more for vestige of a living foe CHAPTER XII 1 HOUGH his yes like live coals glowered with sullen fire at the strip of sand and the rocks In front his troubled brain paid perfunctory heed to his task The stern sense of duty the force of long years of military discipline and soldierly thought compelled him to keep watch and ward over his fortress but he could not help asking himself what would happen IfI Iris were seriously woundedIThere was one enemy more potent than these skulking Dyaks a foe more irresistible in his might more pitiless in his strength whose assaults would tax to the utmost their powers of re slstunceIn another hour the sun would be high in the heavens pouring his ardent rays upon them and drying the blood in their veins Hitherto the active life of the island the shade of trees hut or cave the power of unrestricted movement and the possession of Hater in any desired quantity robbed the tropical heat of the day of its chief terrors Now all was changed Instead of working amid grateful foliage they were bound to the brown rock which soon would glow with radiated energy and give scotching gusts like unto the open of a furnace door This he had foreseen all along The tarpaulin would yield them some degree of uneasy protection and they both were In perfect physical condition nutI Iris were wounded It the extra strain brought fever in its wake That way he sow nothing but blank despair to be ended for her by delirium and merciful death for him by a Berserk rush among the Dyaks and one last mad fight against overwhelming numbers Then the girls voice reached himself reliant almost cheerful You will be glad to hear that the cut lies stopped bleeding It is only a scratch So a kindly Providence had spared them yet a little while The cloud passed from his mind the gathering mist from his eyes In that instant he thought he detected a slight rustling among the trees where the cliff shelved up from the house Standing as he was on the edge of the rock this was a point he could not gunjrd against When her welcome assurance recall ed his scattered se ses he stepped back to speakto her and in the same Instant a couple of bullets crushed against the rock overhead Iris had unwittingly saved hin from a serious perlmrjs fatal wound He sprang to the xtreme right of the ledge and boldly looked i ito the trees beneath Two Iyaks were there belated wanderers Clt ot from the main body They dived headlong into the undergrowth for safety but one of them W litoO hi te Jenks rifle reached him everberatingcon- cussion tossed backa and forth by the echoing rocks drowned his parting screamIn plenitude of estored vigor the sailor waited for no counter demonstration He turned and crouchlugly approached the southern end of his parapet Through hi screen of grass he could discern the long black hulrI and yellow face of a man who lay on the sand and twlstet his head around time base of the fartl er cliff The distance oft measured vas ninety yards the target prncticallj a six inch bulls eye Jenks took careful aim fired and a whiff of rand flow up Perhaps he had used too fine a sight and plowed a furrow beneath the Dy aksoar lie only heard a faint yell but time enterprising head vanished and there were no more volunteers for that particular senice lie wall still peering at the place when a cry of unmitigated anguish came from Iris Oh come quick Our water Time casks have hurst It was not until Jenks had torn the tarpaulin from off their stores and he was wildly striving with both hands to scoop up some precious drops collected in the small hollows of the ledge that he realized the bull magnitude ot the disaster which had befallen them During the first rapid exchange of fire before time enemy vacated the cliff several bullets lead pierced the tarpau lin By a stroke of exceeding bad for tune two of them had struck each of the water barrels and started the i staves The contents quietly ebbed away beneath the broad sheet and flowing inward by reason of the sharp slope of time ledge percolated through the fault Iris and he notwithstanding their frenzied efforts were not able to save more than a pint of gr discpl ored fluid The rest infinitely more valuable to them than all the diamonds of De Beers was now oozing through the natural channel cut by centuries of storm dripping upon the headless skeleton in the cave soaking down to the very heart of their buried treasure Jenks was so paralyzed by this catastrophe that Iris became alarmed As yet she did not grasp Its awful sig nificance That he her hero so brave so confident in the face of many angers should betray such sense of Irre deemnble loss frightened her much more than the incident itself Her lips whitened Her words became incoherent Tell me she whispered I can bear anything but silence Tell me I Implore you Is it so bad The sight of her distress sobered him He ground his teeth together as pnlpfulopcrntlonneath the knife It is very bud he said not quite the end but near It Tile end she bravely answered is uninjutedYou shnllnotdleHc her blue eyes and saw there the light of heaven Her glance lid not droop before his In such mo meats heart speaks to heart without concealment nestill have a little water she cried Fortunately we are not thirsty You have not forgotten our supply of champagne and brandy He could only fall In with her unre flective mood and leave the dreadful truth to its own evil time In their little nook the power of the sun had not yet made itself felt By ordinary com putatioiuit was about 9 oclock Long before noon they would be grilling Throughout the next few hours they must suffer the torture of Dives with one meager pint of water to share between them Of course the wine and spirit must be shunned like a pestilence To touch either under such con dItlons would be courting heat apoplexy and death And next day1 lIe tightened his Jaws before he an swered We will console ourselves with a bot tle of champagne for dinner Meanwhile I Lear our friends shouting to those left on this side of the island I must take an active interest In the conversationHe a rifle and lay down on the ledge already gratefully warm There was a good deal of sustained shouting going on Jenks thought he recognized the chiefs voice giving in structions to those who had come from Smugglers core and were now standing on the beach near the quarry I wonder if he Is hungry he thought If so I will Interfere with the commissariat Iris peeped forth at him Mr Jenks lYes without turning his head He knew it was an ordinary question May I come too What expose yourself on the ledger Yes even that I am so tired of sitting here alone Well there Is no danger at present But they might chance to see you and you remember what I Yes I remember quite well If that is all There was a rustle of gar ments I am very mannish in appear ance If you promise not to look at me I will join you I promise Iris stepped forth She was flushed a little and to coyer her confusion maybe she picked up a rifle Now there are two guns she said ns she stood near him He could see through the tail of his eye that a slight but elegantly proportioned young gentleman of the sea faring profession had suddenly appear ed from norhore He was glad she had taken this course It might better the position were the Dyaks to seeher thusThe moment I tell you you must fall tint he warned her No ceremony about it Just flop I dont know anything better cal culated to make one flop than a bullet she laughed Not yet did the tragedy of the broken kegs appeal to her Yes but it achieves Its purpose in two ways I want you to adopt the precautionary method Trust me for that Good gracious Hie sailors rifle went off with an unexpected bang that froze the excla mation on her lips Three Dyaks were attempting to run the gantlet to their beleaguered comrades They carried a jar and two wicker baskets He with the Jar fell and broke it The others doubled back like hares and the first themtJeIikSdid crawling along the ground Her eyes sailors rifle went off with an unex pected bang grew moist and she paled somewhat When he vanished she looked into the valley and at the opposing ledge three men lay dead within twenty yards of her Two others dangled from the rocks It took her some time to con trol her quavering utterance sufficiently to say I hope I may not have to use a gun I know It cannot be helped but If I were to kill a human being I do not think I would ever rest again In that case I Have Indeed murdered sleep today was the unfeeling reply No no A man must be made of sterner stuff We have a right to defend ourselves If need be I will exer else that right Still it Is horrid oh sohorridShe not see the sailors grim smile It would materially affect his rest for the better were he able to slay every Dyak on the island with a tingle shot Yet her gentle protest pleased him She could not at the same time be callous to human suffer ing and be Iris But he declined the discussion of such sentiments You were going to say something when a brief disturbance took place he inquiredYes was surprised to find how hot the ledge has become You notice it more because you are obliged to remain here TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best U 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 merchants of Harlan Mich There is no 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 treatediru tTFurniture Bargains Tell me your Furniture W antsand I am sure I can satisfy them I have a handsome stock of 3c preparediFire ad House Screens uptodate 75 cents and up M Door anfd Window Screens at Lowest prices Picture Easels the Prettiest Line you ever saw All kinds of Porch and Lawn Goods Baby Carriages and GoCarts wwrCome in see my goods and get my prices tAllw k WALTER E LEACBMAN Howls YourHeart Is your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness of peIlsfaintingspells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart inside and shoulder or hurt when lying on left side If you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak getbetterDr Milesi Cure strengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and se how quickly you will find relief tookdowntoldbywas hopeless My neighbors and fam ylimbsthird larger than normal size and heartForpropped up In bed to keep from smoth DrMIleshad taken them all I was entirely cured I feel better than I have fortwenty years and I am able to do any kind of work on my farm My attending physician told me that If It CureIL T CURD Wllmore Ky Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee thatthe first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Peoples Deposit Bankv Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President VicePreidentJChas 1L McChord Asst Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS lamJuWreJ w Sat erlt T iL Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGO BQHAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky ice Outfits For Traveling litestoPsom 1- 8GooGoiiQailOiia i JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director Ande sLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rBest Attention s Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night iL Q Q OQqQ QQQ CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES t The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 0X The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 2Gtf The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days inathe week r70V The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 SO The Snand the Sunday Cour iersTour ial one year 2 wv Addressc THESPRDJGFiELD SUN- Springfield KyT 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 F i H H stands for Hyper pia Or FarSightedness A wrong of tie Eye tWhich might mean great distress Threefourths allEyes Have this trying defect A trouble which Glasses r So quickly correct E M RUSSELL Jeweler and Optician buyyouranent out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off j EFEEEEEEyc wT T u I T IiC T WK m IiSEEEEE BEE rrEE3 ti That tick on time can be bought w iliat Graves at a low price Also a P tor nice line of jewelry Have your jjj eyes tested and glasses fitted T T Ai Call and see him m lI 3 3 d1uW T If- Ii If Jasy T- W Ii Graves Ai II MU ST t u Ii- Ii y uIw w 3sCFcE I e n IrYOUMEEDlt SALVE CURES a jmeedit Salve manufactured by I r J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis oie of the very few salves which absolu ly cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 est monials coming from people who ha eI been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having ben on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result Of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists cIi DRJ W THOMA Hodgenville KyI II j USE t aClaJJaacaoallllllallllllll MARKS SiLoCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers y Cost LeastWear Best Salesman E C BOGGS J JENSONTONi We have nice growing weather at wouldFketosetting tobacco Mrs J G White of Williamsburg Ill is spending the week with J w Perisns and family Mrs J W Perkins is reported some bEtter t this writing All hope she may Spe jily recover The Sunday school at Beech Grovel Sur day onlyeverybody wclrmie but they are urged to attend and help out in the good work Mr Raymond E ward of near Texas spent Saturday evening with Elvaim Perkins We are all pleased to welcome Mr Perkins to our place Mr Black of Battle is this week staying with his daughter Mrs Golary Seay who has typhoid fever PRO GRAMMEt-z DECLAMATORY CONTESTS SPRINGFIELD GRADED HIGH SCHOOL At be Opera House This Evening May 24 Piano Trip Tripping Over the Lawn Rand y c y Mayes Lucille Greene Margaret Edelen 7Piano Sol GreetingigForestert Mayes 1 DeclamatinCigarettes Ride and Death Jr 9Ruth Ray ifiIsabelleDeclamationBattle of Zaraila i Lynne Bush f Piano Solo Second Hongroise Efiliiszt 1- IFrancis Martin ySp tt DeclamationThe Heart of Old Hickory 11 1 5555Piano t Louise Searcy Stella Edelen Ray Thurman Declamation The Soul of the Violin v Will Waters Jr Piano Solo Valse Arabesque Locke Nellie Green- eDeclamationHagar i fDorothy McElroy Piano Trio At tke School Festival StreabQagr Mabel Tucker Jennie Price Gladys Walker DeclaIJlationCataIines Definance l T01PianoMary Lampton cr DeclamationThe Gamblers Wife Francis Martin f Piano Trio Galop Streabbag Isa ColVIn Mary Epperson Dudley Robertson Piano Duet Spielmans Standchen J iLomNellie Simms Downing Robertson Piano Duet La Poule Sturkom Rodman Thurman Louise Barber AWARDING MEDALS 7 I JudgesHon John W Lewis Rev W H Williams Mrs R A McElroy t p Music By Miss Irvines Class J oeaeneoeoenepeaenae eoene- o e n HOWS n Worth Remembering e n- oe ene e ene ene ite e i e In selecting olive oil both the eye the palate must be consulted If Olive oil is dark in color or possesses the least bad odor It may be condemned at once GoocToil should be bright and of a line golden color and possess a delicate taste of the fruit says the Pitt burg Press The oil obtained from unripe fruit has a greenish shade und rough peppery taste Overripe olives yield a very pale oil deficient in flavor and if not already rancid liable to be come so- Under the influence of cold fine olive oil loses its brightness and turns cloudy but this natural phenomenon is of no moment whatever As the contents of the bottle warm the float Ins flakes will disappear and the oul become clear A little sediment in the- bottom of a bottle is also unimpor taut as new olive oil when bottled early in the season is npt to deposit sediment oven after careful filtering The ultimate test of quality is the palate but this requires a nice ills crimination born of practice Accord Ing to an eminent authority on the subject it lifts been demonstrated that while the tip of the tongue discriminates between pungent tastes such as pepper and mustard and the control ptirt as to sweets and bitters the bftck part of the tongue and throat most be called upon for the proper tasting of oils fats And butlers Good olive oil when tasted by Itself should be pure and simple Olive oil does not improve with age and should not be bought in quantities that would hold over there than a year Properly kept where It is dry cool and dark it mi1 retain Its sweetness and fresh ilessfor full two years but not longer How tp Clean Kid Clover beIcleaned at very ble Rub the gloves first of all with- cream of tartar leave them for an hours then nib them with fullers earth and powdered alum mixed In equal proportions Leave the gloves again until the next day when they must be brushed until all the powder is removed The next process is to rub tlH with oatmeal to which a little powdered whitening has been added Witfe all this off with a dry cloth and the gloves are ready to be worn again How to Diiwt a Room Soft cloths make The best dusters In dusting anynieceof furniture begin at the top and dust down wiping carefully with the cloth which can be frequently sunken Many people have no idea of what dusting is to accom plish and Instead of wiping off and removing the dust if is simply flirted off into the air and soon settles back again on the dusted article If carefully taken up on a cloth it can be shaken out of a window into theopen air It Is much less work to cover up furniture while sweeping than to be obliged to clean the dust out after ward The blosslug of plainness in decoration Is appreciated by the thor ough liouselceeper who attends to tier own dusting i How to Cut Drown Bread A steaming loaf of brown bread re quires a remarkably sharp knife to cut it successfully and the best of knives become rapidly clogged with the adhesion of the hot moist substance Victo rious the housekeeper who keeps her temper through the entire loaf A most stringiof common twine and no trouble at all shIj the string around the loaf cross the ends pull tight and the result is a clean even cut 5 Iliac to IVnllc There is no virtue in a dawdling saunter The slow and languid drag ging of one foot after the other which some people call walking would tire an athlete It utterly exhausts a weak lierson nod that is the reason why many delicate persons think they can not walk To derive any benefit from the exercise It is necessary to walk with a light elastic step which swings the weight of the body so easily from one leg to the other that its weight is not felt and which produces n healthy glow showing that the sluggish blpod is stirred to action in the most remote rains f PLEASANT GROVE Several of our farmers attendedp County Court Monday Miss Mabel Thompson visited friends in Lebanon last week Mrs IL L Litaey was the guest of Mrs Susan Keepe one day last weeks Mrs Hobert Thompson visited Mrs Taylor Spalding Saturkay Misses Graham and Doris Van ArAdal were in Springfield Suturdnyi Mr Byon Parks Mimes and Lixio Mal and Ellen Gregory wore in Spring field Saturday afternoon Mr and Mr Charley Robertson find son Dudley were the guosts of Mr and Mrs B L Litsey Sunday Mr Willie Thor psonof Springfield visited his parents at this place Sunday Mr James Noe and family visited S C Van Arsdal and family Sunday MrE J Brown visited his sisters In Springfield Saturday and Sunday Mr John Holderman spentSaturday and Sunday with friends near Spring field Mr Edward Duncan was the guest qlf friends on the Ridge Sunday Mr and Mr Hugh Noe and little sohj visited Mr and Mrs Harvey Noe Mrs Ed Davisonand Miss Annie Per ters were in the Grove Sunday Mr George Robertson was in the Grove Sunday Mr Gossl y Isham visited his brother here last week Mr Bruce Keen sold a pair of work mules to Jake Perdieu for 325 Mr Thomas Simms Ji bought a horse from Byon Parks Price paid 80Mr Samuel Bottom purchased a horse from Byon Parks Price 40 The First National Bank of Cornwall N Y was closed by direction of the Controller of Currency = SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head nil persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn and oats other wantedLandserted in another department of the paper at very low rates hasfto registry hasforcalves 27fR W 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 VH Whitehouse R F D No4has 100 extra locust posts for sale at 15 cents and 200 at 10 cents 26 Mrs A L Vize Springfield RF-D No2 has for sale Pure Barred Plymouth Rock Eggs at 75 cents for 15 23 G T Clements Springfield R F D No1 has for sale 500 bushels of good corn 23 Springfield Market BaconHams irc Sides 13c Beeswnxleper Butter ate per poundJCli tokens Heas Dried apples 5c j er pound Ducks 8c per pound porn lonIUJC to 75c per bushel Eggs13c per dozen Feathers 40c per pound Flour 320 to SJ40 Gimeng3150 per pound G fuWheat S115 corn 50c Oats 40c Hi sGreenc toLartlOe per pound Liirffe to SHoo per barrel Mill products Bnm loo sbipstuff 120 per pounds Potatoes Country to loc Onions 100 Sn1tS1A5 and 185 per barrel TurkeyS5c per pound Tallow feper pound Vinegar 2oc to 4oc per gallon Wo4l Burry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed 2Sc Country Sorghum45c to 50c GtesetOo a peieei Onion Sets510ii Market V CATTLE qhofceto prime shipping steersS5 50 to 5 65 Medium to good shipping steers 525 to 5 5o choice butcher steers 75 tQ2j Medium to good butchersm 400 to 45o common to medium butchers 350 to oo canners OOto 2oo Good to choice feeders 3 25 to 3 75 commmon to medium feeders 3 00 to a 50 GOod to extra stock steers 3 to 00 common to medium stock steers 2 70 to 3 Good to choice tick heifers 2 50 to 3 00 common to medium stock heifers 1 to 22tJ plain light mixedstocker8219 to 2 Good tb choice bologna bulls 3 00 to 3 Medium to good bulls 2 to 3 oo choice veal calves 5o to 5 oo common to medium calves 3 00tb4 00 choice to fancy mUch cO s3j00 to 40 oo Medium to good miluh cows 25 00 to 30 00 plain common mulch W8mm 1J5 00 to 20 00 choice pack d butcL2oo to 3oo lbs 55Medium packers lik to 2oo llw 5 choice light ship 12o to 20o Ibs 5 choicojngs Ib to 12o Ibs W good pigs Jo to loo lJr 440 Light pigs5o to 111 49- 4nougln15oto5oo llw tOOto 4S5 SHEEP AND LAMBS oowl to extra shipping sheep 3o0to4 00 pair to good 2 to3 25 common to medium 2 ooto240 pucks 2 ooto3 5o Kxtra shipiting lambs f 0o to oo uest Imtcher lambs oo too4U- rair to goiAl butcher lambs 40 to jjoo common tailend lainlw 4 00 to So Negro Problem In Chicago LaRue County Herald The following editorial from the chi= cago Review has much in it for consid Chicagostrikesupposed it possessed We were not aware that the negro entered so fully into the Chicago labor disturbance If such is the case it will cause a decrease in that false sympathy for the negro that is so widely indulged in by many people of our Northern States The nogro is loved by Northern people so long as the object of their lovo is far away but when the object come closer home as is the case now in Chicago the matter is entirelyof a different na ture The Review says More than forty years ago the whito men of the Northern states fathers of the present strikers of Chicago engaged in a dreadful war to free the negro slaves of the Southern States Their argument was that as white men and citizens they were compelled to work in competition with these negro slaves After a struggle which cost the lives of a half million men and created a dobt upon the American people of thousands of millions of dollars not tq mention the burning of cities towns und homes and other enormous vandal VI ITESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATIONS THE BallardSnow LI Iment Co ST LOUIS MO For sale by C J Hayd n Springfield 45 = OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOMCC iOOOOCiC i i3Tvwr 0Co ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Special Summer Excursions via California and Colorado and to jO reducedS ArkansasP IfIf IfIf 8 On first and third Tuesdays each month 0 Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New Mexico and Texas Write tie undersigneUfor Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands F W HARLOW 1 0 G P A Louisville Ky A 4OOOOOOOOOOOOOC mCCGGGGGGCGOQGGQGGGQOOOQOQO c QQOQeQaQoQQeoea n t Clubbing atesLi aeFOR ii f jiLC ieaeaeTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN and t o i You wille o El Sve Money selectingQyour reading mattere fl from The iI k Suns Club i bing- list e N Trains l Arrives at Springfield Arrive at Bardstown Arnvos at Bardstpwn Junctn Trains Loaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville isms the slaves were set free and con verted into citizens Today the soils of men who freed the negroes1 at such frightful cost do not have to came South to compete with negro es are f going North an comp tiI stantly becoming more aggravated and serious There it is and there is no way of avoiding it The final result will be that millions of white men will come to the favored and richly endowed South to get out of the way of the millions of their negro wha will be crowding North That is the situation which is coming on A and have sapped it a vayJcan be had ill Dr New Life Pills They build up your digestive o ans and headache dizziness colic etc Guarair tqed at C J Haydons drug store 25c A negro was hanged at ScalevaleGa for the murder of his wifes grand mother Subscribe for The SUDl c 3otii paJCpens 1 yr Bryans Commoner l7o nWeekly CourierJournal150Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American L50 aWeekly Cincinnati En rer 175 r Weekly Atlanta Constitution L75 L75 American 175 nBreedersCountry Gentleman 200 a r Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 Q Magazine u 285 f 400 t Ledger Monthly n L75 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny Sounth 150 Address The Sun Springfield Kyj 1atoanj Railroad Time Table Incoming LeavestLouisville Outgoing negroI sitUjuution extraordinary fellowcitizens Disastrous Calamity youloseconstipation constipation ayearJ irSemiWeDemocratL aHpmeAgriculturist QALippincotts Magazine QI Sunyonlj No 91 825 PnL735 6 br600 DailyNo42 530 a m 617 708 c 7S a DailyI 1240 p m 1100 a m 930 730n Suny onI No 90 715 am 800u845 935u DailyNd4L 645 p In 552 521cc14 01u Daily Nol 44 120 In 220n430 pm 545P m Fire at Mobile Ala caused a loss of SO000 Two State Senators of Arkansas were arrested on charges of bribery 1 READ THIS RICHMOND KY Feb 9 1901 MoDearSirforkidney today IIRespectfully JOHN A RIDDLE- A Texas Wonjder One small bottle Of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism kidneysand childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of L One small bottle is two months treatment cureDr a fortestunontal