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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5 I m topriugtl- jun r j DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON BOUNTY I VOLUME I l SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 NUMIE1 27 1COLD BLOODED Says the Decatur Review Was the Murder of Henry Shew makker at Lovington on Sat urday May 20 On Saturday evening May 20 at Tmngton I1L Fred B Britton who 4 formerly lived in Mercer county just over the line from Mackville shot Henry Shewmaker who left the Mack ville section about two years ago to reside in Illinois The Review published at Decatur Illinois says the shooting was without provocation The mur der was the coldest most deliberate piece of dirtywork ever known bymen who saw it U sayes the Review Shew maker had just declared in the pres ence of three hundred people that Charles Marsh the man who shot offi cer Moore in Sullivan Thursday was his best friend Britton stepped up and after cursing him drew a thirty two Smith Wesson revolver with which he shot three times The first bullet missed Shewmaker and hit a bystander Victor Goney about the left knee The next two took effect in Shewmaker Britton was immediately overpowered by Sheriff John H Wright Deputy Arthur Wright and States At torney Art W Lux H States Attorney Lux says of the shooting It was the most coldblooded murder I have ever heard of It was absolutely without provocation From The Decatur Review Henry Shewmaker died at 915 a m r Sunday May 21 at Lovington as are rsult of being shot by Fred Britton on the depot platform at that place Satur day The coronerof Mdifltrie county Dr E D Miller went from Sullivan and held an inquest The jury held Britton without bond to await the action of the grand jury Henry Shewmaker the victim of the shooting was twentyfive old He was born at Mackville WaShingtonI county Ky and his Mrs Uriah Shewmaker still reside at that place He came to Macon count- ya little over two years ago and had worked at different places as a laborer and farm hand Recently he had been employed as a coal miner at Lovington He leaves a brother Peter Shewmaker and a sister Mrs David Pinkston both of near Blue Mound and also several brothers and sisters in Kentucky be sides the aged parents Brittons story of theshoo ting is quite different from that of the bystanders He claims self defense and says that while he regrets the unfortunate affair it was unavoidable on his part as Shewmaker had his hand in his hip pocket and that he believed his life vas in danger when he fired the shot An examination of the dead mans clothes failed to reveal a weapon of any description JENKINSVILLE We are having very dry weather here now There has not been much tobacco set and some farmers fear a late crop Mr J H Robertson has been very sick for several days but is improving- Mr Will Campbell bought an eight yearold mare from John Gillespie for 61 Charles Ross left for Illinois last week V Messrs Ben Phillips and Will liar man attended prayer meeting at Perry ville last Thursday night Mr Prentice Mayes was the guest of his cousin Miss Lena Bottom Saturday night Mr WilL Lester and Miss Nora Mc Mulhn were married at Harrodsburg last Thursday We wish them i long and happy life Mrs Mit Hatchett and Miss Maggie Rose were shopping in Handsburg one day last week Mrs Treacie Powell and Miss Etta Phillips visited relatives at Rose Hill last Wednesday- Mr Will narmon was the guest of his cousin Mr Herbert Harmon of Enido Saturday night and Sunday The condolence of the entire community is extended to the relatives of the late JamesMotherly He leaves a wife Jr and thre E1 and two daughters Mr Matherly was a consistent member of the Baptist church a kind father and had many friends Another Victory For Springfield Graded The Springfield School team went to Bardstown last Friday to play the Bardstown school team The home doingIninth inning the score card recorded an errorless game for the Springfieldag gregation The Crawfordites were unable to hit either Colvin or Waters the Springfield slabmen while Hibbs and Lewis the Bardstown box artists were easy for the home teams batsmen It was a regular oldtime swatting bee on the part of the Springfieldites who during the nine innings piled up 28 runs but the thermometer was at zero all the way through for Bardstown Before returning home the Springfield boys were delightfully entertained through courtesy of Professor Crawford at his annual matricula where beauti ful music and more beautiful girls lent an extra charm to the occasion and a general good time was enjoyed by all RUSSIA S- SHIPS Wiped From the Bosom of the Blowly a Bloody War In the great naval battle fought Sat urday and Sunday in the Straits Sf Korea the Japanese obtained a com plete and overwhelming victory Late advices show that Rpjestvenskys fleet composed of all his most effective and powerful ships was completely shat tered According to the latest infor mation two Russian battleships one coastdefense armorclad five cruisers two specialservice ships and three destroyers were sunk and there were captured two battleships two coast = defense armorclads and one spcial service ship- Rojestvenekys flagship escaped badly damaged and with other vessels of his broken fleet is being pursued by the victorious Japanese Rear AdmialNe bogatoff however was captured with 3000 other prisoners It seems probable that in their crippled condition other Russian vessels will fall into the hands of the Japanese before they can reach Vladivostok While London rumors say that several Japanese vessels were lost Admiral Tog officially reports that his squadron was not damaged A number of Rus sian vessels still remain near Shanghai but ii is evident that as a fighting force the great fleet has been destroyed No details of the battle have yet been permitted to pass the Japanese tensor but Tokio dispatches make clear that Admiral Togo is pressing his advantage and harassing the Russian vessels which are attempting to take refuge at Vladivostok ahd make more complete his already sweeping victory Everything New and Original A good attraction will always draw a paying crowd and none know this fact better than people who have spent years inthe show business The Great Van Amburg Show comes this year with more and better attractions than ever before and is filling its tents wherever it exhibits See the grand free street parade in the forenoon on day of exhibition More and better acrobats tumblers and trapeze per formers and more funny clowns and trained horses and ponies than any show on the road The Van Amburg Show will arrive in Springfield on its own special trains on Saturday June 10 and give two exhibitions 2 oclock in the afternoon and S oclock in the evening Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in Springfield Post Office for weekend ing May 31 1905 Rev C W Clance G Catoni Harman Foster John T Harris FG Hev = itt Mrs Hendricks McGregor Bros CoJ C Sanders Jim Williamson W A WATERS P M A special from Denver Col says that Estes G Rathbone former Director of Posts in Cuba and who was sen tenced to eleven in the n thatr5city with the proper credentials from the department and proceeded to checkup the office Senator Platt president of the United States Express Company says the Chi cago express drivers who have struck will not be taken back n CROWN PRINCE GUSTAF Who ls now the acting head of the government of Sweden and Norway owing to illhealth of his father Jimmie Dye EDITOR SUN 1 Away back in the century behind usi there lived in the neighborhood Bloomfield Nelson county Ky a very reputable farmer familiarly called Jimmie Dye Jimmie was fond of all outdoor sports such as fishing with hook or trot huntingTwith a long rifle the gray squirel and wild turkey and occasionally a good p rtof the night was spent in riding after the hounds as they opened loud and free on the trail of the gray fox chasing renard to his den It so happened that Jimmie got a fall from his horse which ruised him very badly and was followed by results hisjfamJlywas dispatched in haste for Dr Samuel eS1teemedcandor as a oman He examined Jim mies injuries and calmy informed him that his case was most serious mortifi cation had already set in and all the doctors in the county could not save him that any preparation he wanted to make for death must be made in the nextfour hours Jimmie ana his family were astonished at this declaration After a short talk with his wife and children as to their worldly affairs Jimmie said Wife bring down that I The Sang Girl Written For The Sun She flung her hoe across her shoulder Down from her belt a sack was jang mg And trod the hills none ever bolder That maiden she was off a sang ing Her black hair rippled down her back Her quick eye scanned all things In sight Shed some treasure in her sack- Befpre the darkness fell that night Ha1t1tStraighf across her narrow way rus y rattler lay He coiled he raised as rattlers do And Hissed defiance at his foe Tho rattler vas precipitate One flashing blow With her sang hoe The reptile lay decapitate That maiden stood And calmly viewed Tne severed head The body dead And thus she thought and thus she felt Frpnat tails tip Illclip those Andy oudly wear them in my belt Trol hies of this and other battles Twas thus the mountain maiden felt hat she felt was quickly done With headwind rattles in her belt The sang girl calmly sauntered home That mountain maiden has the stuff The brains the will the wit and grace= That moves the world And rules the race MILES SAUNDERS Buckhorn Ky Lt The schedule of the assigned bank of P J Potters Sons Bowling Green shows assets of 19352916 in excess of the liabilities L hiblethat has been lying so long on the shelf and read to me some out of the Good Book before I die She brought the Good Book down and seated herself by the bedside and said What hall I read to you Jimmie saidhI dont know Billy Vaughn saysit is all good but suppose you read me that story about Samson and the foxes The bust statistics show that only one out of six of the people qf Kentucky at tend church or Sunday schools and this is true of cities towns and country populations The preachers say it is unbelief that is damning the people We suspect it3is habitual neglect and indifference to the word of God and spirtthose who persistently stay away from theImle Dye they would be found just as ignorant of where to look for the merciful promises of God as he was Ignor ariceand that the result of their own neglect and indifference is their ruin many of them expecting to get the allI illpreachertremity MILES SAUNDERS Witherspoon College Ky A Pernicious Habit Anderson News The News does not pose as an oracle or wish to be hypercritical but there are ti few glaring defects in our social life that some one should call a halt On chief among them being the rapidly growing propensity to blacken the name and fame of the men and women withcvhom we are often thrown This pernicious habit is formed unconsciously and the weight of ones word rarely realized But the trail of the serpent has become visible to all honest and qleareyed observers and we often hear Gossip no means rare in LawrenceburJIn this as in all small towns where wholesome and legitimate amusements are scarce there is always a certain class who feed on the vitals of the others and their Own if necessary to sustain their morbid sense of pleasure and enjoy ment or create for them a diversion from the toils and cares which infest the day These gossips and scandal mongers when they find the least de feet or smallest flaw in the character of their victim pounce upon it enlarge it multiply it work and knead it and gloat over it with more satisfaction than does the training hyena over the dead body at his feet When they have glady told it to others of their kind the poor subject is absolutely characterless and nothing left but a rag a bone and a hank of hair The great M ster Divinity Himself in that world judging sinnerloving- and hopegiving sentence He that is without sin among you let him cast the first stone taught us a lesson we should never forgets Your Home Merchant LaRue Herald It is your home merchant who buys your chickens your eggs your potatoes and at times many things just simply to oblige you and is always glad to give you every cent he can afford to pay you for them Should you need a little money to help you build a meeting house or mayhap to tide you over a misfortune which calls for sympathy and outside assistance you do not hesi tate to tell him your wants and he never turns you a deaf ear Do you think therefore it is fair to give your patronage to those of whom you can not ask these favors or if you could would laugh at your presumption and turn you away emptyhanded Isnt there a better way to show your appreciation for favorsrecieved and kindness shown BURLEY TOBACCOr Plans for Handling the Crop Discussed at Lexington Last Week By Committee Harrodsburg Herald A The delegates from the counties in the white burley tobacco district who met in Lexington Tuesday to receive the plans devised by the committee from the Burley Tobacco Growers Company looking to the financing of the company this year to secure control of the tobacco held a session in the afternoon and at night The committee appointed last March by the boardof directors of the company composed of Archibald Stuart of Cincinnati W C McChbrd of Springfield and Leonard Drane of Eminence with Wj B Hawkins as chairman met with the dele- gateS arid presented the plan but at the night meeting this plan was changed materially by the convention and will not be accepted until President Hawkins has conferred with Mr Stuart who had left for his home late in the afternoon President Hawkins stated that it was the object of the company to issue onehalf millions of dollars worh of stock half common and half preferred and allow every grower in the district tosubscribe for- 1000 worth of the preferred stock which would give the company suffittent capital on which to secure good finan He said that every mem 1ber delegates present readily agreed to this plan and gave his personal check for the amount and these delegates will begin at once to get the growers in their district to sub scribe for the stock President Haw kins said it would be known by the first of July whether or not the deal would be a success this year and that all contracts would be signed releasing the grower the first of November if the company failed u A Missouri Obituary Baxter Ark Bulletin A rustic youth with lauglnng eve sat on a fence mincing pie A la eared- ule with paintbrush tail nearby on lover did regale A bumble bee cafe mzzing along and paused to e nule a song but the mule for music had no ear so his heels flew up in the at mosphere andoverthe top of a cherry tree the boy soared into eternity New Story By Rev Spalding Kentucky Standard The Race for Copper Island is the title ora new book by Rev Henry S Spalding S J just issued from the press of Benziger Bros It is an Indian story for boys and those who have read it pronounce it highly entertaining Rev Spalding isa son of Mr W T Spalding the wellknown merchant of Bardstown and is the anthor of The Cave by the Beech Fork and The Sheriff of the Beech Fork two stories which met with great success Fine Mare Marion Falcon Judge H W Rives sold a fine mare and mule colt to Judge I H Thurman for 200 This colt is said byseveral who have seen it to be the best colt seen here this season and Judge Thur man will doubtless have a bluerib bon taker this fall Judge Riyes has purchased two good mare from Mr Rl N Wathen for 2S0M DEATHS HARV ST During the Past Week the Grim Reaper Sealed the Eyelids of Some of the Most Honored and Loved Citizens of the County t Mr David Ii Payne died at his home on the Bardstown pike about six miles from town last Friday May 26 after a brief illness of pneumonia He had just recovered from a very severe attack of typhoid fever when the con tracted a severe cold wnich resulted in typhoidpneumonia There was not a- more substantial citizen in the county than the deceased upright charitable genteel he was admired and honored by hundreds of his acquantances The deceased was bora August 10 1850 and had spent the greater part of his life in Marion county However he had been a citizen of this county for quite a while and had made hundreds of friends who learned of his death with much sorrow Mr Payne was a loyal member of theMasonic order and his burial on last Saturday was con ducted by the Masons the bo having been buried in the ceJtetery at this place The deceased leaves a wife and eight children to mown the death 9fa devoted husband and father to whom a host of friends extend condolence Funeral services were conducted by Rev Purdom of the Baptist church On last Saturday morning Mr Stephen T Wheatley one of the best known and most highly honored citizens of the county died at his home near town of general debility aged eighty five years Mr Wheatley had been in declining health for a number ofmonths and his death had been expected for several days The deceased was born ond reared in this county having spent the last forty years of his life on the farm where he died He was wetf known by nearly all of the older citizens of the county and was generally liked Mr Wheatley was a devout member of the St Rose Catholic church funeralservices having occurred there Sunday morning at9 oclock interment taking place in the St Rose cemetery The deceased was chari table and kind a good neighbor a loving parent and a devoutly religious gentleman To those who are bereaved The Sun together with a host Of friends extends condolence Mr A W Breckenridge a well known jcitizen of the Willisburg community died at his home near that place on last Sunday May 28 of the infirmities of old ageuUnc1e Dick was seventyfive years of age and had been a resident of the section in which he died for fifty years He carried the mail between this place and Willisburg for a number of years and is remem bered by the older citizens of the county as a man of fine character Honest and upright in all dealings with his fellowman he made a host of friends who will learn with regret of his death Mr Breckenridge was a descendant of the celebrated Kentucky family by that name which gave to America some of her foremost states men After funeral services his remains were laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery H Marion Items FalconiCitizens of Marion county who are interested in protection of fish in the Rolling Fork river and other streams in the county are invited to attend a meeting at the court house in Lebanon on Monday June 5 at 2 oelock The objects of the meeting will be toUget together appoint a warden and sev eral deputies and institute a systematic effort to prevent killing of fish unlaw fully and to secure a large number of fish from the Government to stock the streamS The trustees of the Lebanon Public School have elected Prof WfSl Pate of Versailles as principal of the school1 here for the next term and hq has accepted the position t Prof J H Hoskinson our late principal will go from hereto Indiana Uni versity to take an advanced ourse County Clerk AP Carter is quite well pleased over the fact that hewas called upon this week for several mar riage licenses The one Monday was1 the first application he hadl hail since May 1 and he was becornh cry un easy lest a boycott had been esta dished against that department of fIt office 2 II THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY AllJOffice over Haydod 8Barber Dr Ji Mt Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With JCROWN Firtc1ass B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD = KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old ilassadrasetts Mutual always reliable jheworldDr J HLAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCQTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Win practice in the courts of n and adjoininp in the Court of Appeals and Federal Courts C CMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield KY- Fill practice in all State and Federal Courtsx W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the peals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtcinand H E WALTER ATTY ATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice in the courts of Washington and ad joining counties eoeoepepepepepepepepepepeQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phphe 18 j We carry In stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness oeoeaeaeaeqea aeaeaeaeoa- t i DIRECTORYM lellKyCom Att M Campbell 1erk Geo C lett jailer N G Leachman Master Comm SberitfDeputioolEMnsWriI field Richard Ishain Maerllle R H ilaligan Trustee Tur Fund Court l jrips Fourth Mondays in FeL raKry3Iavand October County Court B L Litwy judge W F Booker County Clerk T ilay Gun Attorney Court convenes fourth Monday ui each month Quarterly Court egins third Monday in eac j month Court of TIairaB Meets at Springfield flr t Oetob and 1ountyTreasurerRubs toe Other County Of 1cials JasF Moore Sar veor Asre or Ins L Royalty T P OBriai CoronerJCnilacntlev1 C Hoskinsor SubdaysSunday every Sunday at a ni Prayer meeting every Wednesday night RennesPastoroclQCk a in SQrvice atSt Ruse same Lou CniusTiAN CHCBCH Eld W P Walden Pa tor Servlees second and fourth Sunday i each month PRESBYTERIAN CRIRCILRev T D Lathrioi Pastor Preachtnp every Sunday at a m and 1l1 m Sunday School every at am Prayeriae IngeveryTLursdayevenin- at 7 oclock BAPTIST at RCa Roc Wm Harrison Will Hams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at am and 7 p m Sunday every Sui Wlne8daS NojJPolland SeoretSee etIeaMasonicSpringfioldLoda jjo 50 F k A L Sutton E J anThird tEFEEgEEEFFEEeEEfeEEEsEEErEEEEEEEfr rEEL reEEEEEEfeEEiEEh Immigrationii T n ifi 3 3 33333333 3333333333333333333333333 333333 A good many moons ago our slant eyed cousin on the opposite side of the globe suddenly developeda remarkable liking for the Melican man and so he came across bringing along his papermuslin clothes straw slippers opium outfit a decidedly low standard of morals and last but not least his exceptionally labor After he had begun to do business at both ends of the line and was succeeding in all his undertakings beyond his most sin guine expectations he wrote back to Ah Sin One Lung and Hi Lo that there was plenty of room on this side that hefound the infant nation velly good and extended a cordial invitation to all his relatives and friends to come over and assist him in loving the Melican man and worshiping the Eagle on a piece of money Hops communication must have created a sensation wherever it was exhibited and read in the Flowery Kingdom for not only did his own relatives and friends accept the invitatio to take a lookrbut they also brought with them their rela tives and neighbors and then some Not very many moons later when our almondeyed and orangetinted cousins from the land of Confucius and Gen ghis Khan began to grow too numer ous to mention on Americas fertile soil some of the more farsighted and faithful of our watch dogs scented a menace to our general wellbeing arid saw that those libertyloving sons who must root hog or die but who were the very backbone of the nation must be protected and the Heathen Chine received a resounding crack on his cra niumfrom the Big Stick That blow was sufficient to convince him that our cornfields and potato patches were a trifle more important and valuable than the weedy flower garden he had passed up that we could worry through without his services as a washer of our soiled linen that we preferred hash to chop suey thatwe were not stuck on his opium Pints immoral practices and Corn and Alfalfa Special Anderson News While in attendance at the meeting ofthe Farmers jClub last Saturday Commissioner of Agriculture Vreeland said that he is arranging to run a special train over all of the state bearing with it an exhibit of corn and alfalfa clover the object b ing to increase the interest in these two crops and to give instruction in the best methods of cultivation The tram will be accom panied by the ablest agriculturalspeak ers to be found in the country and lec tures will b delivered at each stopping place It is said that the running of such a train through Iowa increased the value of the corn crop of that state cheap labor and that we would not per mit him to retard our progress in the pursuit of peace and happiness His exclusion was both wise arid timely In this instance at least the stable door was securely locked before the Lexington colt was stolen Very good Now Mr Roosevelt begins to view withalarm H the class of immigration that is pouring in upon us something like 5000 souls landing in this country weekly Well isnt it about time to begin to view soj serious a matter with deep concern If there is any thing of more importance just at this stage of our performance than an earn est consideration of one of the most vital subjects that has been presented to the United States in many years it does not appear on the programme One must be blind indeed not to see what the inevitable result must be if our fair land is to be made the dump ing ground for the offscourings of con tinental Europe a few years longer We are already loaded to the guards with labor troubles and thathese should be augmented by laying the last straw in permitting such uraesir able cattle to come in competition with the dignified selfrespecting work ing man of America is astonishing to say the least It is unquestionably the sincere wish of every loyal American citizen to see the most stringent legislation enacted at an early day looking to the final exclusion of these assassins and trouble breeders To close the door on the Celestial Empire and throw it wide open to every other nation does not appear consistent Have we not swapped the witch for the devil If Mr Roosevelt desires to retire to pri vate life with an extra buttonhole bouquet from American citizens in gen eral and the laboring people in particular he can do so by recommending in his next message to Congress the vig theImore than fifty millions of bushels and the acreage of alfalfa was increased more than 150 per cent in a single year Complete information will be published as soon as the details can be- arranged Dont Try It LaRue Herald tThe fellow that tries to please ever body will find at the last that he has pleased nobody The reason is plain Human nature is so full of contradic tions selfishness and arrogance that it bumps against itself at every turn and then impudently tarns around and complains that you are tranlplingupo- its n rights OYSDo You Want a Watch Here is the way to get one A GOOD ONEGo put 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 one guaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemwind stemset nickel case just as the cut in this advertisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all ove the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and Every boy in every community in Washington County can get on if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four lash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN EARLY TRIALS Change of Venue Transfers the Hargis Feud Cases To Winchester Lexington Ky May 27On an or der prepared by Byrd and Jouett of Winchester asking for a change of venue in the cases of Moses Feltner Sam Fields and Sam Jett Judge Rid del transferred Feltners case to Es till county and those ofJett and Fields to Tee county This action on the part of Judge Riddell will do away with the sending of troops to Jackson to protect Feltner andsJett With the transfer of these cases the scene of action in the HargisCockrill feud will again be transferred to Winchester where on Monday the con tempt proceedings against James and Alex Hargis Ed Callahan and B F French in connection with the Mar cum damage suit will be tried At torney B R Jouett stated that the cases will surely be tried Monday as Judge Benton and Commonwealths Attorney Crutcher are anXiOlS to clear the docket Witnesses in the contempt cases have been summoned from Cin cinnati and Hamilton 0 where it is alleged the witnesses in the Martcum cases were visited by B F French t Nothing But Trouble Greenup Ky May 24Mrs Cathe rine Deal was found wandering from place to place insane Her husband one son anda daughter are in the Adams county Ohio jail charged va riously with robbery and adultery Two more sons are in jail in Wayne W Va under indictment for burglary and another son was killed a short time ago in West Virginia by a trap gun while attempting burglary The mother was left at home alone in the west end of the county dependent wholly upon neighbors When her son was killed her mind began to waver and when her daughter was arrested and put in jail her mind gave way She is about sixty years of age ANTIOCH Left From Last Week Rev Allen preached here Saturday and Sunday to large congregations Theodore Pulliam and family have t been visiting his parents at this place Mr and Mrs Clarence Ashby were the guests of L E and W F Sweazy last week L E Sweazy and family are visiting at Greens Chapel H P Hatchett will open his new store the first of June Herman Colvin was in our midst Sunday Mr William Black and family attend ed church here Sunday Decoration Days will be observed at Fairview cemetary on May 30 Valice Royalty vas in Bloomfield Monday on business Mr Hill our blacksmith is doing a large business Roscoe and W T Mitchell and son G R were in Springfield Monday on businessIMessrs John Hungate and Roscoe Brown were visitors at Greens chapel Sunday byjliissThe Sun ought to shine in every home in this community Its strange but some people dont know a good q thing when its put before their very eyes roster Ray Wants Divorce Marion Falcon Asuit of unusual interest in Leba nons social circles Was instituted by Mr Foster Ray in the Marion Circuit Court here Wednesday against his wife Mr Maggie Edmonds Ray He prays for an absolute divorce fromboard and bed The petition cites a full history of his life from their marriage among which he states that upon their first separation he paid Mrs Ray 15 000 in consideration that she should relinquish all rights title and interest in his estate which was done aI1jointediMrJ 11 Knott his trustee and placed the entire management of his estate in his hands that in 1903 he and his wife became reconciled and resumed to live together as husband and wife and that after this he was influenced to and did on ttie 29th day of July 1903 deed his entire estate consisting of about 175000 to his wife on condition that she would pay his entire indebtedness provide him with a sufficient income and continue to live with him as his wifeHe cites that these conditions have not been complied with and in addition to the above plea he asks that this deed beset aside and that an equitable divi propertyaccordingras and wife risheIAnderson News Lister who has been running a fishing camp on Kentucky river for the last two or three weeks brought into town a catfish weighing twenty two pounds leiiieeCARLOADS ej OF BUGGIESSOLD THIS SEASON BY McCLURt WELLS NO OTHER ARGUMENT IS NEEDED TO CONVINCE THE TRADE THAT OUR VEHICLES ARE THE BEST OUR PRICES THE LOWEST H I If you want a good buggy a stylish buggy at a low price call upon McClureWeIIsH 1 r The Farmer i Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etccomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfoundevery experienced farmer andwagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the World If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing F The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnm U This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them budgingisand Wickedness McClure Wells Sprlllcflllll Ky i St 1SISSLSIS 1S SIS IS1SISISS1S1SSISL i I lill Jil IiI IiI 1I lill II11iI A iii + Where you can buy i UUN NNNN NNNNNNNNNNN NNNN u The Best Every Day In the Year + z r C O 2Phone us for Fresh Oysters and Fresh Fish +NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN NNNNNN lice MEAT MARKET theI BEST TCOX A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon an d you will have to have it Telephone us NNNN NN NNNNNN NNNNNNNNNNNN NNN NNNNN OUR WANTS We want to buy sheep hides beef hides and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market +jyj prices We arecoostantly in the market for fat beeves gffift tt ti ifSpringfield Roller MillsL i ofwashlngtoniPride I Springfields Choice Solid Comfort + The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers t H + i i Springfield Roller Mills l+ + +m ti II III Lawn Mowers and Garden Hose Best makes at lowest prices Get our prices and examine goods before buying We can save you mone- yHAYDON BARBER 1 t H jr 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 311905 J DO YOU WANT TO BUY GOODS IN EVERY DEPART MENT OF OUR STORE AT Reduced Prices HCLOTHINGN f We have a complete stock of Mens and Boys Clothing including the just ly popular Blue Coat and Pants Suits Novelty Cheviot Coat ands Pants Suits Serge C aSand Vests Crash Coats and Vests andDratETfc an dTes tsJ f Io jilot Weather Goods We are showing a variety of wash goods in Figured Muslins at 5c to 20c Vhite and Figured Dimities at lOc 12Jc and 5c White and Figured Organdies 15c to 50c Voiles at lOc 12 Jc and 15c White and Black India Linens 5c to 25c Persian Lawns 50c quality for 37te White French Organdies 48 inches wide 65c goal SOCity for rish Linens for Shirt Waist Suits worth 60e for 45C 1 or elslUnderwear and Hosiery Veca the Taperihgl Wa st R R G Corsets idall sizes at 1 Every R S G Corse sguaranteed Full line f summer undervear for men and women Large assortment of women arid childrens plain and lace stripe hosiery In white tan nd black Parasols Fans Belts Gloves Collars at reduced prices ij Lr i D jr0I p tI 1f Vudor Ifo ifc YfSf t Porch Shades jWe are sole agents for the Vudor Porch Shades Dont Confound this shade with bamboo screens Screens do not protect you from the suns rays See the Vudor and you will want them Porch Seats I0d lOc and 50c j rII Paper Carpetsand Rugs 1 t Special salesof Carpets Hugs Mattings Lace Curtains and Window hades This ipk ithe season for Wall Call and see our stock of the New Combina ions at 3ic J7jdandup t 6j V Shoes and Oxfords if new things in Blacks and Tans Oxfords in Tans Whites and Patent Leathers We Have the greatest variety of Fine Shoes ver shown iii Springfield liSHIRTS All styles and sizes in the celebrated Monarch Shirts in Full Dress Plaited Front and Negligee Full stockof Princely Shirt at Esc equal in quality to i shirts Cunningham Duncant Springfield Ky y J CONCLA VE Kentucky Grand Command ry Holds Annual Conclave Richmond Ky May 25The Grand KnightsTemplarAbout 1200 Sir Kinghti and lady vis itors are In attendance The exercises were begun with the yearly parade after which the various commanderles assembled In the Grand opera house for devotional services The sermon was delivered by lit Rev John M Warrall of Danville grand prelate of the grand encampment of the United YSenatoryule commanderys famous drill team which captured the grand prize at the triennial conclave in San Francisco last year gave an exhibition dr- illSHINERSM The Moonshiner Posse Was Betrayed By a Dog Lexington Ky May 27 United States Revenue Collector James L McCoy arrived here from Jackson ith information of the destruction of the highest moonshine still ever discovered In the mountains of Kentucky The barklng of a dog betrayed the officers and all of the people connected with the still escaped The paraphernalia consisted of two copper stills the only ones of their kind ever found in the mountains one with a capacity of 85 gallons and the other of 65 gallons per day 125 gal galionsfermenters The posse destroyed everything SWEETHEART Schoolboys Fought Over Her and One IslMortally Wounded Whitesburg Ky May 29A desperate duel between schoolboys over a Ifiyearold sweetheart is reported from Lower Line Fork Creek in Perry county As a result of the encounfi Elbert Holcombe lies mortally wound eii and Ira Cornette Is seriously but not fatally injured Holcombe is years old and Cornette 18 Both have been paying attentions to Ella Ingram and a meeting led to a quarrel which ended in the tragedy Miss Ingram ii almost crazed over the affair ELECT OFFICERS The Council Elects Officers For the Ensuing Year Frankfort Ky May 25The state council Daughters of America elected the following officers Grand coungil lor Miss Amy Mullen of Louisville associate councillor Miss Mary Swain of Newport vice councillor Miss Ger trude Johnson of Covinston associ ate vice councillor Estelo Brunn of Louisville treasurer Gr Orrill of Louisville conductor Annie McEwan of Covlngton warden Mrs K Haines of Louisville inside sentinel Mrs W B Cheneworth of Frankfort outside sentinel Miss Zoola B Sampe of Roth well national representative John W Adams of Louisville The next place of meeting will be In Lou isvillo in 19061 Churchill Downs Races Louisville Ky May 25 Kurtzman and English Lad the Cook entry quoted at the prohibitive odds of 1 to 10 ran first and second in the hand thomiofj good thing of the day and won with ease To Provide For All IxMiisviMe Ky May 5Pllt John H Leathers president of tho Confed erate reunion committee sent a letter to all confederate camps that all con federate veterans unable to defray their expenses while at the reunion here will be amply provided for AfTER HALF CENTURY uymg Man Weds Woman With Whom He Lived IloiilHvllle Ky May 2GJohn Nel son nnd Trissa Clark negroes each 75 years old titter having lived togeth er as husband and wife for 15 years were married Neson Is practically In a flying condition and says that ho Intended some day Unmake Trissa his wife The bride will celebrate her birthday Friday Sho is neatly blind Deputy Clerk Lewis Watson went to the hone of the aged couple to secure Nelsons mark Fo thee signature on tho bond book and Issuo the license The couple served as slaves and have been companions since childhood Why Suffer From Rheumatism Why suffer from Rheumatism when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm the The quick relief which this liniment affords makes rest and sleep possible and that alone is worth many times its cost Many who have used it hoping only for a short relief from suffering have been happily surprised to find that after the relief became ermanent Mrs V H Leggett of Yum Yum Tennessee U S writesU Iam a great sufferer from rheumatism all over from head to foot and Chamber lains Pain Balm is the only thing that will relieve the pain For sale by C J Haydon druggist MtMtMtMtiHM i Say tAie lyou troubled with W your eyes Do you have + the headache Most of headaches a r + caused from eye train Eye strain and headache can be relieved byG tiJWand best eye instruments on the market W i+ WAITI 4fHIM+ Will Be Tn Springfield Saturday June 10 1VAt The Walton Hotel where he will test the eyes fit and adjust +glasses He will also make regular trips to Springfield the SE COND- SATURDAYJN VI EACH MONTH 4 I Eyes Tested Free t W C GRIGSBY Optician BARDSTOWN KY TOLD THE TRUTH Asa Consequence the Eloping Pairs Marriage Is Delayed One Day Louisville Ky May 29 Mistaking the jail for the court house James P Corem and Logie Johnson of Hart county Kentucky applied for a mar riage license They were elopers The couple were referred to Acting Night Chief of Police Captain Andrew Krakel who sent the runaways to Dep uty Clerk Aaron Forst When the young woman was asked to state her age she said she lacked one day of being 18 years old License was refused but the document may be legal ly issued Miss Johnson said she had been taught to tell the truth and she preferred to wait until she was old enough rather than give utterance tc an untruth ACQUITTED s He Was on Trial For the Murder of His Father Cynthlana Ky May 26The ca of the commonwealth of Kentucky against Joel W Juett qn trial here for the murder of his father in December last came to an end by a ver diet of acquittal on the part of the jury Young Juett shot his father In the breast killing him instantly andII came to town and gave himself PItrcase Juett was highly connected ini this and Grant county being related to the Renaker families of Grant coun ty and to the Laughlin family of Paris Ky The defense proved drunkenness and vicious temper and disposition on the part of the father who was a large and powerful built man 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 age and occupation and when any dis order of the stomach appears take a dose 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 to QeJOust what you need Fbr sale by C don druggist bJI MACKVILL Left From Last Week Misses Jariie and Julia Arnold and Messrs Will Kimberlin and Harry Turner were entertained by Miss Annie Haydon Saturday night and Sunday Messrs Lois Yankey and Prentice Mayes were in Harrodsburg Sunday Mr George Wycoff is here visiting parentsMrs Shewmaker is having anew front built to her hduse Messrs Hallis Hickerson aad Lissey Turner are doing the work Miss Edna Haydon spent Saturday at Mr James Creeors Otha and Zelbert Hatchett attended the commencement exercises at Asbury College at Willmore last week We are sorry to learn that the health of Mr H B Powell who has returned from Indiana after a stay of some weeks is not much improved Mrs Lee Garner of Wabash Ind is visiting Mrs Sam Paddox Misses Myrtle and Pearl Martin and brother Odin of Springfield and Ed Bowles of Thompsonville were the guests of Misses Sadie and Ethel and i rr Robert Mayes Saturday and Sunday Miss Annie Hayden celebrated her entertainingailightful manner The rooms were artistically decorated with a profusion of flowers Mayroses predominating After receiving congratulations and compliments Miss Haydon was presented with a large and handsome bouquet together with other tokens of esteem all of which are highly appreciated The following were present and greatly en joyed the occasion Misses Janie and Julia Arnold Mirtie and Pearl Martin Sadie and Ethel Mayes Dallie and Woodsie Yankey Sadie Haydon Sallie Holerman Sadie Wilkerson Mattie Whitehouse May Carr and Messrs Robert Ma e Lois Yankey WilL and Zen Kimberlin Matt and Prentice Mayes Harry Turner Barrick Otha Martin Marshall Mayes Will Harmon George Powell Wood Contri lous George Gillespie Theo Fenwicfc Sid Russel and Ed Bowles Hartford Herald A colored woman has been admitted to the bar in Louis ville Blind Justice will now have to depend somewhat on scent WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM Sick Headache t SHOULD USE L RaL MARS aJFor Permanent Relief HERBINE acts directly on the Liver It will cure CONSTIPA TION DYSPEPSIA MALARIA AND CHILLS Is entirely free 4 from all poisonous mineral substances and is composed solely of LIFEGIVING HERBS Especially adapted for weak and weary constitutions strengthens the weakened glands and organs it checks derangements of tho human body CURED HER SICK HEADACHE TempleTexasrelief and take pleasure in recommending it to all women who suffer front lick headache WITHIN THL REACH OF ALL Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Substitutes Ballard Snow Liniment CoFSt Louis U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON SpimfJfeM Ky y 1 4 lI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 24 1905 t I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 31 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 rrE RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5100slxMonthsThree Months 25 changeda1waS youwishDEMOCRATIC TICKETj JCDOE B L Litser layerCononREPRESENTATIVE W D Claybrooke SHERIFF J S Osbourne EUPEBIXTEXDENT OF SCHOOLSJ W Bush TAILERGeo D Catlett MitchellDeputyCoaoFELJ M Montgomery A member of the grand jury said to the editor of The Sun a few days ago that in his pinion one of the most aggravating prob lems with which grand juries have to deal is that of the selling o liquor to minors He said that it was very probable that the youngsters obtained their drinks through other sources than the saloon In other words they buy a pint bottle give some old er person the money and the promise ofa drink and direct that they go to the saloon procure the whisky Thus i this manner boys from fifteen to twenty years of age learn their first lessons in rumaAVhen they obtain their drinks in this manner it is exceedingly dif ficult for a grand jury to findan indictment against the guilty party for the simple reason that itne man who makes it a business of buying whisky for minors will swear a lie as quickly as he would eat a ham sandwich Again he can not be forced tc indict himself and the youth foi whom he obtained the whisk goes fishing when the grand jury meets and thus by hook and crook justice is cheated The member of the grand jury vho was talking to us upon this subject said that he would like to see a law upon our statutes simi lar to the Indiana cigarette law He believed that a law of this ture would result in keeping th young men of Kentucky sober at least until they reached their majority A law like the Indiana cigarette law applicable to the drinking of whisky by minors would give the officers of the law an opportunity to arrest and the courts an opportunity to convict every minor who had indulged even to the extent of touching his tongue to a stopper Harry McCarty of the Jessa mine Journal lwas nominated fort e Legislature last week His majority indicates that he ik very much taster than Mollie who ran against Ten Broeck Did the Christian religion which ourAmerican missionaries hammered into Japan make her a warlike people Geo Warners insanity may have saved him from the gallows but the fact that he had been blacklisted had much to do with convincing the public that a death sentence was too severe JAY Ji JIMPSONS PHILOSOPHY Some fellers cant see straight because the dollar rolls crooked- Ef hell wasnt as big as all out doors it wouldnt hold that class of churchmembers who joined the church jest to be on the side When a feller e out to look fer trouble hbsually loses his nervetWhile mothers are at home futures fer their countryfth little rascals jest apt as not are off somewhere larnin how ter smoke ceegaretts an shoot craps Th feller who thinks hes as braye as a lion is usually ofa narvbus disposition an gits skeered at his shadder Most ever t good woman I ever punkinnP Argal that don if know how ter fry breakfus bacon an make bis cuit iwill make a good wife fer the f ller who eats at the restaurant A feller that comes up agin a skin game aint muchsmarter than the fly that temps to crawl on sticky paper IJ Ef some fellers was as tall as they feel like they are theyd lave to git out in a acre field ever ime they laced their shoes up Th men that have good wound loss sense are the fellers that mid good jobs wood Clip r Anderson News J P Vaughn of Lock No 5 on last Monday sheared thirteen ewes and one buck which yielded an average clip of Vaughneand says that if any one in the county can beat this clip he will be glad to hear from him IiTTTJTT I fGreen Death1 The value of Paris Green depends upon its KiLLINGrPOWER Thats what you buy it for An inferior quality is dearat any leadingmanufacturert pricewillOUR PRICE sip2OctsPER POUND Prescriptions a Specialty TilE RED CROSS DRUG STORE DR P W WELLS PROPRIETOR t CARDWELL A number of our citizens attended court last Monday Several from this place attended the funeral of Mrs Sarah Foster at Mount j Freedom Friday Mr and Mrs ET Perkins were at Jens ntonthislweekto see their aunt Mrs sJ very sick W L Graham and E G Holliday were in Harrodsburg this week on busi ness Mrs Mary E Perkins andson L E Perkins of Battle visited E T Perkins and family Friday H J Brown was at Battle Saturday on business Stock Sales The following stock sales were made since last report E G Holliday bought from G Daniel two cows 50 W L Graham from E G Holliday milch cow 34 W L Graham to J A Kyler fat cow weighing 900 pounds at 3c H tJ Brown to a Frankfort man fancy ro mare at a good price E T Per kins from James Mobley fifty head of ees and lambs 125 H J Brown to EjG Holliday 33 ewes and 17 lambs G W Young fouryearold horse 125 W L Graham to Mr Vandivier- o Harrodsburg sixyearold harness mare 100 W G Simmes to B Law hogs weighing 400 pounds SEtwoofat fat cow at 3c Wycoff 3cr some fat sheep here Mon W L Graham bought a young mule from William Lay for 70 The writer believes that there are more goodmUle colts in this locality tban in any other around but people want good prices Mr Will Foster has a mare mule sired by Powell measur ing three feet nine inches for which he asks 100 Lorctto Commencement The ninetythird annual commence meat of Loretto Academy will take place Tuesday June 13 OOO teoooooooooooo9 THIS MAN NEEDS A CHANGE 0 Underclothing j The ProfessorAh a rare butterfly Ill get it if I am obliged uTo swim for It I have It iIIBut good gracious What a rapid metamorphosis It has develoypdTinto a turtle 0 The subject of Underwear ought to interest you whether yoti intend to chase butterflies or not It is not probable that you Fare interested in such sport but beingiyonr attention to my excellent and wellselcted lineof summer underwear T Suits from 50c to 4 See the Fancy Stripe Silk Suits Negligee Shirts I will have a ine of negligee shirts in this week that will daz zle yon The prettiest assort Springfieldthe Hosiery lOc to SOc Sailor Hats to 3 WT LEACHMAN o 6e ill ft til Il ifr l +QQQ Q QPQQQOQpQ 4 VALLEY HILL T A Grundy was at Bloomfield Sun day Sue Drye of Lebanon is visiting p1aceIt spent Sunday with his mother here Master Kero Roberts of Springfield- is Spending this week with Miss Pearl Goatley Goddard Grunday Bought a milch cow frdm J C Hughes for 50 C Moran and family spent Satur daf land Sunday at Hillsboro A good many from this place attended the Decoration at Willisburg Saturday Miss Pearl Goatley Has returned from a months visit with friends at Belmont BROOKSVI LE k Messrs Loyd and Davis Noel were visitors at Tatham last Sunday Miss Annie Mctlvoy visited Miss Artie Sutton Monday Mr Neal Reynolds was a visitor here last Sunday Mrs Noel and daughter Miss Heater spent Saturday at Mackville Several ladies of this vicinity went to Willisburg Monday to assist in cleaning up the church Purdom Pinkston spent last Friday with relatives in Anderson county Mrs Luther Herron of Harrodsburg is here visiting her mother Mr Henry Gibbs wife and sister of near Texas are visiting their sister Mrs Hobbs who lives near this place Quite a number of people from this place went to the decoration at Willis burg Saturday Messrs Irvine and Ray Leathers of Anderson county visited at the home of Mr A CPinkston Saturday and Sun day Miss Nora Cheatham spent Saturday night with relatives at Willisburg Helm Keeling visited at Hilltsboro Sunday Mr Marshall Keeling and family spent Saturday night with his parents at this place Mrs Amanda Cammack is better at this writing Miss Mabel Keeling of Scruggsville spent Saturday night with Miss Carey SaturFMr Ben Simpson and Miss Mattie Gist spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr Bud Cammack Mr R L Cronck was in onr midst Sunday PRATHERS CREEK r Whats the matter with thelTexas correspondent We have seen nothing from him lately James Mays and son Willie IMrs Sunday at the home of j Mr J H G H Christerson was with his parents Sujfojiy and attended the Junerali services of Mr J J died May 27 at the age of four score years Rev R L Purdomofficiated the funeral and interments was in the Deep Creek church graveyard Messrs Zin Kimberlin and Marshall Mays were guests of Mr and Mrs Le Cochranat Penick Station Saturday night and Sunday Mr aud Mrs RT Begerly Texas visited the latters parents G T Mays and wife Sunday Mr Frank Graves and family wer guests at the home qf W H White house Saturday night andJSunday Mr and Mrs Will Webb visited at J T Skeens Saturday land were the guests of Dick Noel Sunday Messrs Rod and Sam Noel visited their grandfather Mr Henry Gillespie at Mackville SaturdayrandSunday Mr C L Brady and his mother vis ited Mr Rob Brady Sunday Miss Mattie Whitehouse was th guest of Miss Annie Claybrooke at Texas Tuesday night Mr Will Kimberlin boughta Hcom bined geldigC- ocanougher from his uncle Jake of Boyle county at a fancy price Rev H P Hatchett will preach at Long Run school house next Saturday night Everybody Js cordially invited to attend the service Misses Pearl Martin and Sadie and Ethel Mayes were guests of Misses Ellie find Lillie Whitehouse last Wednes dayMiss Emma Cockran visited her aunt Mrs Robertson Thursday Mr and Mrs Handeson Robertson visited the home of her decesed sister Mrs Lee Cockran of Marion county SundaySeveral of the youngsters of this place attended the quarterly meeting at Texas Wednesday and Thursday nights Misses Mattie Whitehouse and Sallie Holderman attended the picnic at Texas on the last day of school Miss Margie Christerson visited her uncle James Best Friday LITSEY Several from this place attended the decoration at Willisburg Saturday Mrs E J Wilson is spending this week with her granddaughter Mrs Mary Thompson on the Ridge Mesdames Bettie Gibbs and Bessie Jr THE BIG STOREROBERTSON BROS Proprietors Our Special Linen Sale Has Been Continued One Week Longer And they justly deserve the popularity for there is no mate rial more stylish nor more serviceable for the TUB COAT SUIT SKIRT OR SHIRT WAIST A We are showing all the popular weights in Linens from the 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 12c 15c and 20c per yard T Table Linens And Napkins at i Bargain Prices 1i IFashion II Special Offer This Week Only Two and onehalfyard wide Linen Sheeting Per yard This sheeting is a Bargain Splendid thing for shirt waists Suits and skirts is well worth 100 lit II Napkins at- Bargain Ia fine all Linen 29c This is a beautiful waist Linen and is a special bargain 16x33 Hemmed Towels 7 Each WE ARE OFFERING BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT STORES Proprietors IROBERTSOUR Burch were the guests of Mrs Juli FridayeWe are to have a wedding in the near future Guess who Robert Thompson and son Robert spent Sunday night with the family of John Leachman reeturned to their home neat Tatham after a visit to their daughter Mrs Dudley LittleSutherlandIwith Miss Edith Sims at Willisburg Mrs Mary Hines and daughter Agnes were the pleasant guests of Luther JJenkins and wife Saturday nightMrs Mary Thompson has returned Louiseville Mrs Beulah Claybrooke is visiting her father Mr A L Litsey Mr To J Trent and family attended churchat Willisburg Sunday Miss Katie Ballard spent Wednesday with Mrs J S Leachman Success to The Sun MOORESVILLE BornTo the wife of Will Boblitt a son It is thought that the postoffice will open up in a few days Miss Chatsey Collins is spending the weekwith her brother John near WoodlawnIt that Childrens Day will be observed at New Hope the third Sunday in June in the morning and at Maud at night Mrs Sam Crume and Miss Dora Roy alty visited Mrs Josie Settle and daughter Louise Sunday Mr and Mrs A W Eddleman of Booker attended church at Mount Zion last Sunday Mr E G Boblitt and family ofC Springfield visited Mr Nimrod Smith last Sunday Misses Margie Grigsby and Nancy Ellis and Messrs Harry Derringer and Erastus Yates witnessed the Decoration Day ceremonies at Willisburg last Sat urdayA of several young ladies and gentlemen from this section attended- Favors Linens 75c Table Linens And IPrices Thirtysixinch I2c nightWelland exchangesoMrWilliam Gord and family Mat Truax and family and P S Barlow will remove to Springfield June L hasbeenEd Moore has removed his sawmill to the farm of MrsJosie Settfe where he is sawing for her Cathie Boblitt while returning 1Mrs Springfield last Saturday was with something like paralysis but her condition has improved Ernest and Clyde Goatley visited here Sunday Mr and Mrs James Sumps of Thomp sonville were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Reddick last Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed McClosy one of Mr Ed Hustons sawmill hands was kicked by a mule last Saturday at his home near ChaplinMr Mrs Wm Goul visited Mr and Mrsv George Mullican at String town Sunday Several of our young men were visitors at Woodlawn Sunday Mrs Sam Crume and sister Miss Jennie Yates visited Dr Hyatt in Springfield last week Mr and Mrs T D Sweeney visited their son Will at Woodlawn Sunday SweeneyJohnnie 4 Springfield Saturday Miss Ollie Cull has returned home after a Weeks visit in Spencer county AGood Suggestion CityFlaobtainedfromCholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in cases andcholera takeninrightpot r C J Haydon druggISt In the test case Judge McCann de cides in favor of the State barbers law which requires knights of the rmaor to register 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 311905 5 JI j t Bargains In Millinery l Have just purchased a beautiful line of the very latest things in Willows Chips and made hats at reduced prices Come in and see them now is your time Also a full line of Out and Lingerie hats fit S Mrs Williams 11111111 Ceoeoeoeoeoeoeneon FIRSTI eoooer I n oFISPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Jpf wr n n CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 0 OFFICERS BX Litsey President J3 John W Lewis VicePresident 0A C McElroy Cashier O L B Cain Asst Cashier 0B R Foster Bookkeeper iDIRECTORS B L Litsey J Lewis nSidney Green F M Campbell 0 Grandyi ni n We grant every favor consistent Q with safe banking If you have notf already an account with this 0 bank we invite your patronage i-e 5 e e enenenoenenenenenenePf DR J C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE OVER HAGAS Office Hours 12 M to 2P1sI Local News Notes Hats at your price at the Knott Cos Fruit Jarsextra rubbers and capsT at John C Shaders oltCReadytowear Hats at the K for SOc Pretty line Born to the wife of Smith Carrico May 30 a boy LOSTOne young Poland China male hog about 159 pounds Would like to hear of him B H YOUNG Springfield Ky Dont fail to see the Knott Co Eeadytowears at 50c Bargains in Readytowears at the Kdott Cos 50 cents each LOSTPurse Monday in Spring field containing 6 or 8 and a fish hook Finder will be rewarded Doc CULLUM Aunt Rebecca Goatley aged eighty seven of Valley inn neighborhood is quite ill at present of largip Telephone No 116 for fruits vegeta bles and groceries Free delivery John C Shader LOST KEYJohn M Hall R Route No1 key to mail box marked Si R Slaymaker Return to The Sim office LosTPass book belonging to Rob ertson Searcy Finder will please re turn to above store and receive reward A nice line of trimmed hats at the Knott Cos from 150 to 2 The Ladies Aid Society of the Presbyterian church gave a very successful strawberry supper last Saturday having cleared between 50 and S60 WantedHams Shoulders and Side Meat John C Shader Services at the Methodist church next Sunday morning begin at 1030 subject Baptism Under the Law Evening service at 8 subject Baptism in the Gospel Dispensation It you want the best buy Old Honesty Coffe John C Shader sole agent The new Christian churchat Mack yule will soon be completed When finished it will be one of the prettiest houses of worship in the county and will be a credit to the members of that congregation at Mackville Try John C Shader for groceries Everything nice and fresh The ladies of the Willisburg Christian church will serve a strawberry and ice cream supper at that place Saturday night for the benefit of the hunch Freshlycaught shat Carpenters every Thursday evening Yankey Montgomery d Co shipped a carload of hogs to Louisville yesterday They will begin shipping lambs next week to Jersey City This firm has bought for July delivery over 5000 lambs and are yet in the market for them Try a nice lamb roast from Carpen ters The Springfield man who failed to lay in his Sunday cigars and tobacco last Saturdaynight went smokeless and chawless all day Sunday unless he be came a beggar Pure Sorghum Molasses and Country Vinegar at John C Shaders Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market Go to Carpenters for lamb chops SaltRising Bread at John C Shaders RiceScents per poundat John C Shaders PICNIC BILLS The Sun is prepared to print your picnic bills in a way to attract attention thereby drawing the crowd Get our prices and see our workCORRESPONDENTSIf possible The letterssm us plenty of time to put all communications in However if you find it impossible to do this get them to us by Tuesday noon rPestulancy and Peevishness are Unknown In the I VIMALT ij f HOME Ii IIt recuperates the wife and mother it nourishes the brain and soothes the overtaxed nerves of the father VlMALT is the key to the happy home A bottle a B day willrealize for husband and wife that connubial feliCIty that was the dream of theIr courtshIp days a 1r 15c Per Bottle at 1 HAYOONSPHARMAGY I- IY Miss Annie Claybrooke who taught a subscription school at Texas gave her pupils a picnic at that place last Friday that being the last day of the school I About sixty children attended and a delightful day was spent The DePewBurdette Stock Company will close a threenights engagement at the Opera House this evening by presenting Rip Van Winkle This corn ioneof the strongest that makes Springfield and theatergoes are alf when an announcement it6coming is made Mrs Sidney Osbourne sent to The Sun office this week a radish whichEfor freakage growth is entitled prize It twisted in and out and around and seemed to be grabbing for everything in sight In this particular it re minds us of the Standard Oil Trust SaturdayMaya desk in the Graded School buildings The money has disappeared Any im formation leading to its recovery will 1nishingally rewarded by the undersigned JV BUSH The pupils of the Springfield Graded School the teachers and quite a number of others enjoyed an outing last Thursday to the fullest extent of the numerous dinner baskets At an early hour 1theyand proceeded to Frederickstown where many of them eient the big gest dayt of their lives the rain thun der and lightning to the contrary notwithstanding Because of a misunderstanding as to salary Mr Jack Sharp who was re Gently appointed assistant Road Super visor resigned There has ben little or nothing doing in Circiut Court during the past week One or two minor cases have been dis posed of since the last issue of The Sun but na cases of interest have been tried The grand jury is still in session but will probably be dismissed today when court will adjourn The Cumberland Telephone Company will soon have two construction crews at work in the county putting up poles for the extension of their lines i Declamatory Contest The pupils of the Graded School amIi the members of Miss Irvines music class gave the people of Springfield a treat Wednesday night in the form of a declamatory contest and music re cital in which two medals were to be awarded Both Professor Colvin and Miss Irvine may justly be proud of the results of heir labors on account of the excellent manner in which their pupils acquitted themselves The young ladies participating in the contest wereMisses Isa Colvin Dorothy McElroy Francis Martin and Ruth Ray Miss McElroy to whom the first medal was awarded gave a splendid rendition of Hagar i The othwr three contestants were Messers Lynne Bush W A VatersI Jr and Leo Simms Mr ing one of the original contestantsi was unfortunately prevented from par ticipating in the exercises on account of sickness Mr Waters in his decla mation uThe Soul of the Violin ex hibitedso much ability that the judges unanimously awarded him the other medal Onaccount of the recent death oft her brother Miss Irvine was unable to take charge of her class so it was intrusted to the care of Miss Francis Martin who not only successfully conducted there cital butalso gave an excellent rendi tion of a difficult piece of music Died at Lebanon Lebanon Ky May 25A J Fields aged seventysix years died at the home of his daughter Mrs Thomas McElroy in this city of heart disease At one time Mr Fields was a prominent rail road man of Louisville and the remains 1will be taken to Louisville for burial funeral will be held at Pearson Chapel Louisville tomorrow mornin at 10 oclock He is survived bYtw daughters Mrs Thomas McElroy an Miss Ella Fields of this city and Fred Fields of Chicago III Helps the Mule Sheffield Ala Reaper The only object that can be gratified at a prolongation of the teamsters strike in Chicago is the dray mule For him it means less work with no reduction in pay CalamityI you lose your health because indigestion 1and constipation have sapped it away KingNew i s gestive organs and cure headache diz ziness colic constipation etc Guaran teed at C J Haydons drug store 25c I A negro was hanged at ScalevaleGa for the murder of his wifes grandmother nnnnnoo nnoOr tr U Personal Notes f fo Visitors In and Out of TownA O Round Up ofthe Weeks a Personal News 0n artCtGttlooeneo Miss Lewis of Addison Ky is the guest of Miss Sadie Mayes Mr C M McChord is at Tatham Springs this week Mrs Bouleware and daughter Miss are in Louisville Mrs Oscar Spalding of Cleveland Ohio will visit her si ter Mrs Abell Mr Charley McChord of Lebanon was here Saturda Y Mr W T Leachman was in Leba non Friday Mr Will McChord spent Sunday at homejMiss Isa Colvin who has been vis friends and relatives here hasre to her home at Bardstown Mr Len Spalding of Louisville is visiting friends in Springfield t Mr John L Claybrooke and sister Miss Ruth visited Mr aud Mrs John OfFutt near Bardstown Sunday and MondayiMr and Mrs J S Claybrooke and Mary C Ragsdale andchildren were guests of Mr arid Mrs W H Cleaver of near Lebanon Sunday Miss Annie Claybrooke left yester day for Lexington to attend the Alum nia Banquet of the State College While there she will be the guest of Miss Annie Wallace Rev WH Williams is in Louisville this week attending the commencement exercises of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary Mrs I H Thurman and daughter Miss Rodman are at Tatham this week Miss Fannie Smith was the guest of Miss Florence Hamilton Sunday MiSs Margaret McChord who has been at ending school in Louisville is at home to spend her vacation Mr H B Waters mother and sis ter ar visiting relatives near Taylors ville t9s week Miss Rena Yankey is in Lexington- to attend the commencement exercises I of State College Mr Andrew Yankey who has been 4 CisMrs Theo Campbell and little daughter spent Sunday at Bardstown Mr Theo Campbell was in Louis ville Sunday =C L Brady visited his mother near r Texas Sunday Miss Mary Field of Louisville will arrive this week to bathe guest of Miss Annie McChord Miss Jennie McCabe and her guest Miss Barr are visiting friends at Fairfield Miss Nannie RayThurman of Leba is in Springfield this week Mrs Joe Philips and Mrs Exall of 4 Lebanon visited their sister Mrs John Lewis last week Mesdames S H Bishop and TE 4iLanham oflj Lebanon todav 1Mr Barber Baldwin who has been here for some time clerking in The Red Cross Drug Store was taken seriously ill last Thursday with appendicitis On Friday morning it was found necessary ta remove him to his home at Bards town where an operation was per formed in the afternoon He is now doing nicely and will recover Gospel Truth Hartford Herald The besjt aid you can give a flan from a moral standpoint is a tangible helping hand A most the worst evil you can do him into talk about the errors of his lifethe Wrongs he has probably corn hopeg itds Realty Bargains 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at SG5312 acres Mercer county splendid 20C acres tobacco land at 62265 acre highly improved stock farm Mercer ounty at 38 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land r ear Railroad Station at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bards wn Junction 4000 307 acres Spener county a good one at 50 Exchange 340 acres hemp and tobacco land Garrard coun ty at 36 Exchange Store prop erty Washington county village 2 houses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm WriteaiW T EWING Real Estate AgencY Harrodsburg Ky 4 III 81 THE DOUBLESTORE GRUiNDY CLAYBROOKE McINTlRE A Chat With Men We have received our second order of TwoPiecesuits- our first order orathree days We have these suits in single and double breasted styles and at prices ranging fr- om5to125Os Our trade on these goods has been larger than we ev er dreamed of this we attribute not so much to the de mand for the suits but to the fact that we axe offering somethingunually nice at a very low price Outing Pants andCaps Ve also have a large line of Outing Pantsand Caps which we are now offering at low Pricer Come in and fit yourself in a1 summer suit cool1 while the summer sell shines hot tC = I fe e el We Want to Supply Your Wants If You Are ii WANTING H- H j QUEENS WARE I We have a large and handsome stock and can interest you in prices A LARGE LINE OF Window Screens and Door Scree- nsHAGAN H H BROSs 11111 THE SUN 1 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN 1rAY 24 1905 Coming On Its Own Train THE GREAT Van Amburg Shows HIPPODROME MUSEUM and TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION wM l WILL POSITIVELY EXHIBIT AT fr j r Springfield Saturday June 10 IJJJh Combined on a scale of Magnitude never attempted before Coming in all its vast entirety Bigger Better Greater Grander than ever before A mag nificent Display of Entirely New Features Grand Gigantic Moral Museum of Jiarvels The Great New Golden Menagerie MANY STRANGE ZOOLOGICAL SPECIMENS Including the Rarest Animals in Captivity The Lioness QUEEN and her family of young cubs A 25000 Featurethe Largest Living HIPPOPOTAMUS in captivity weighing 6000 pounds A Monster BloodSweating Behe moth of Holy Writ captured in the densest Morass of the wildest regions of the mysterious River Nile A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN Brought to your city on wheels The Human Meteors the LaPearl Family of Sensational Aerialists Hagihars Japanese TIoupe Mans Carlosa the great Perpendicular Ladder Artist tit WHEELERS MARINE BANDic The Finest Mnsical Organization traveling with any circus in America GRAND STREET PAGEANT The new and costly Steam Piano to be seen daily in our Free Spectacular New Street Parade A Grand Gala Day Prepare for the coming event One ticket admits to all advertised shows All Children half price No Gambling or Swindling allowed Honest and Fair Dealing the motto of this vast concern Two performances daily Doors open at lana 7 REMEMBER THE DATE SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY JUNE 10 Ten Thousand Dollar Verdict Harrodsburg Herald County School Superintendent Walker secured a verdict of 10000 last Friday against the D C Heath Publishing Company of Chicago tor breach of contract The company had put up a ifring for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Dont put yourself in this mans place but keep a bottle of thisr emedy in your dome 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 mdre children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet wed it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sore to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Why sot buyit now and be prepared for such emergency Price25c largeHlze60oi Tor sale by C J Haydom Springfield 3 10000 bond with the State Superintendent to sell school books as cheap in this state as they were sold elsewhere but failed to cpmply The superintendent was represented by Attor ney Rankin who will get half the amount of the judgment when collect d The Book Company was represent d by Attorney W L Whittinghill In Mason county one book company has paid 10000 forfeit but is now charg mgwhat it pleases for books claiming that it can forfeit only one bond By doing this they can make many times the dmountof the bond Mr Whitting yesterdayto say whether his company would pay the money or appeal the case Two similar suits are yet to be tried Chamberlains Cough Remedy the Very Best I 1 have been using Chamberlains Cough Remedy and want to say it i the best cough medicine I have eve taken says George L Chubb a mer chant of Harlan Mich There is no question about its being the best as it will cure a cough or cold in less time than any other treatment Itshould always be kept in the house ready fo instant use or a cold can be cured i much less time when promptly treated For sale by C J Haydon druggist Subscribe for The Sun la year STRIKE They Will Refuse Diplomas Unless a ReinstatedILexington ICY May 29The Im rpglfo at the Kentucky State college thick had its origin in the suspension if Carl Dietrich a graduate has reach ad ah acute stage A committee of students issued a call for a mass meeting of students and alumni in the chapel at 10 oclock Monday to protest against the action of the faculty The chapel is locked at this hour and should the students be denied use of the hall there may be a demonstration The faculty has ordered the 58 strlk inp seniors to appear before it at the sane hour at a meeting Saturday Senior adopted resolutions supporting Dietrich and pledging themselves not to participate in class day or com mencement exercises and to refuse die plomas unless their fellow lassmat is reinstatedNO CLUEI A Woman Was With the Murderers Who Robbed and Killed HimI Glasgow Ky May 27Up to this time there Is absolutely no clew as to who killed James Skinner near Burks ville on the night of May 18 The story that Skinner was lured to the spot where he was killed by a letter supposed tfo have been vritten by the murderers with the name of a promi nent young lady of the neighborhood signed to it is without foundation There is no question but that Skin ner was murdered for his money but the amount secured by the fiends is not known even by his own family Skinner was a man who talked very little of his business affairs The report however that he had about 7t 000 is not credited by his friends That a woman was in company with the men who killed Skinner is no longer questioned as near where the body was found a womans shoe print is plainly visible CHANGE Many Changes in the Present Laws To Be Uurged Frankfort Ky May 25At a meet- Ing of the leading educators of Ken Lucky presided over by State Super intendent J H Fuqua and in which Gov Beckham President James K Patterson of Kentucky State college President Burris Jenkins of Kentucky university iDr T L Blayney of Central university participated it was determined to effect a permanent state and county organization to labor to perfect the common school system of Kentucky This organization will be effected at a meeting to be held at Mammoth Cave on June 22 next President Charles W Dabney of the University of Cincinnati and member of the southern educational board appeared before the conference by invitation and explained the workings of such organizations notably in Virginia Many changes in and amendments to the present school laws of Kentucky vill be urged at the coming session of the general assembly HORSE FELL Jockey J Carters Collar Bone Was Broken in Steeplechase Louisville Ky May 26Hoi Polloi at 12 to l won the Juvenile stakes the feature event at Churchill Downs by a nose in a terrific drive from Hermitage The sensation of the day was the defeat qf Apple a 1 t05 shot in the last race by Curate 320 to 1 shot Golden Link favorite In the steeplechase event fell at the first jump and Jockey L Carters collar bone wits broken Ills head was injured and he was Internally injured but he proba bly will recover INSANE A Man sentenced To Death Is Declar ed Insane By Physicians Louisville Ky May 29The com mission of physicians appointed by Sheriff Schmidt to examine into the mental condition of George B Wai1 ner an electrical engineer under sentence of death for the murder of Pu laski hoods master mechanic of the Louisville Nasjiville raITroadj reported that In its opinion Warned was Insane This means that Warner who was to havebeen hanged will be eon mit ted to an asylum Dont Want It Toronto Kan May 24rThe mem bers of the local Baptist church have Rockstheisr cyrThe ladies of the church claim that goldfilchedown state Their actions expressed andronwere promised sufficient funds from citizens operators in the oil field to pay the which will be forI some time next month tii aalfJ rlngs 1 w A pretty Scene on Chaplin River + There are hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agon ies from cases of Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas ++ trio and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tathamr Spring water cures these diseases Write for catalogue of testimonials ti BOARDfr + HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky Is situated on Ca + Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glenns Creek The hills THE the valley are three hundred ft high from the top of which the IS varied and sublime Chaplin river which IS stocked with fine W fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which place it sv + makes a grand circuit of three miles returning within ninety feet leaving a + picturesque ridge through which a tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill 41The Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundredfeet be + low the surface pouring out its healing waters in sufficient quantities to supply the world W + The water is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative properties of the most remarkable character The analysis willsuggest its curative properties but the many wonderful cures of stomach kictneyal1d liver diseases by the use of this 1 water convinces us that nature in her labratory deep m the earth has given +to it properties which the chemist cannot account for t Mrs S E Wornallj Manager Tatham Springs Hotels tI Talham Springs Ky 2 ST 1 ++ +4t +tit KENTUCKY TO DATE If It Happened In Kentucky You Will find It Here Condensed Items From Every Quarter of the State THE BUSY FARMER MAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A GLANCE OR SO ff All Were Acquitted Louisville Ky May 27After six days trial and five hours deliberation by a jury Policemen Thomas J Con- nell Dennis J Nehan John J Tier ney Daniel J Setton and ten negroes charged with conspiracy to intimidate voters at the election of November S were acquitnted To Control Burley Lexington Ky May 27The ways and means committee of the Burley Tobacco Growers Co held a conference here with Archibald Stuart of Cincinnati and discussed the plan sug gested by him to secure the capital necessary to finance the organization Objection To Colored Picnic Owensboro Ky May 27Nor the first time in the history of Owensboro Hickman park the principal pensuro resort of the city was the scene of a negro picnic The matter caused con slderable indignation among citizens and city officials Approve Andrews Plans Frankfort Ky May 27The state house commissioners mater the final inspection of Archied Andrews plans and they were accepted Blue print copies of all the plans and specifica tions will be made at once for proS pective bidders The Value of Three Fingers London Ky May 27The suit of Joe Metcalf against the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co for damages for personal Injuries was tried In tho circuit court here The Jury gave the plaintiff judgment for 500 He sued for 5000 John D Sights Expires Henderson Ky May 27John D Sights aged 68 years died at his home near Cairo In this county He served during the civil war under Gen Adam R Johnson and was a democrat Ten children and a widow survive him Death of A J Fields r Lebanon Ky May 27A J Fields aged 76 years died at the home of his daughter Mrs Thomas McElroy in this cityof heart disease At one time Mr Fields was a prominent rail road man of Louisville The Free Handicap Louisville Ky May 7The Free handicap at Churchill Downs was won bx Pretension which heat Stroller the favorite after a hard drive through the stretch Copperfield was the only favorite to win The Hawaiian legislature has passed over the governors veto a law allow ing baseball on Sundays A Gang of Housebreakers Louisville Ky May 15THts town seems to befin the clutches oft a gang of housebreakers who steal anything from a Canary bird to a cothes wringer Eight thefts in the vicinity of 18th and Chestnut streets were reported to the detectives Charged With Pest Office Robbery Mt Sterling Ky May 25Sarah and Emma Bush two colored girls aged 11 and 15 were tried before Com missioner Kirkpatrick for robbing the Winchester post office The girls were held to Richmond court in the sum ol 100 bond Judgment For Taxes Frankfort Ky May 25Judgment was entered in the circuit court against the Illinois Life Insurance Co and Mutual Life of Kentucky for 1800 for taxes on the 100000 for 1903 deposit ed by said companies with the state treasurer Ended Life With a BulletILexington Ky May 25Robert Brinck 48 wellknown farmer of this county committed suicide by shooting himself at his home in the Jack Creek neighborhood He had been a sufferer for years from an Incurable malady Pensions Authorized Louisville Ky May 25Ata meet ing of the directors of the Louisville Railway Co it was decided to pension superannuated and disabled employee except officers The order is effective after July 1 1905 Was Fatally Crushed Henderson Ky May 25Sam Dris coll aged 21 of ZIon this county was crushed and fatally Injured by logs falling froni a wagon which hpwas unloading His back was broken and he was Injured Internally Deputy Collector Burnsides Injured Lancaster Ky May 25Judge R A Burns ld United States deputy col lector was thrown from his torso while seven miles from London and dragged some distance with his foot In the stirrup Thrown From a BridgefLexington Ky May 29A 19 yearold girl known as Gertrude Welsh who came from Cincinnati six months ago was found unconscious on the L t N railroad track beneath a bridge regalledCOnsc Covington Ky May 29Ben Davis 22 was struck In the eye by a balltin Rosedale and rendered t for several hours before Dr Simpson revived him Larry Odenthal aged 24 compounder suffered several dislocated fingers Missing Boy Located Newport Ky May 29Urs W Na gel of Moores Hill Ind terephpned the police Inquiring as to the where abouts of her son Nicholas 18 whoIihas been missing from home for about 1 a week The police located the boy I who says he doesnot want to returnjhome Memorial ServicesfCovington Ky May 29Memorial i services were held at the Immanuel German church Russell avenue and Tenth street and were largely attend ed by the James Garfield Post G A 1VomcnsJustice Harlan in Louisville Louisville Ky May 29Justice John M Haran of the United States supreme court arrived here and will be the gpest of friends until June 1 byI i Tobacco Burned i Owlngsville Ky May 29 Snedegar 7 1thisof tobacco intended for the Cincinnati and Louisville breaks burned Loss 10000 covered by insurance Cause of fire unknown Killed By a Boy Owingsville Ky May 29In Law rence county a 16yearold boy whose name it is said is Baggs shot and kIll- ed Lawrence Gambel a mountain feud- Ist who had abused hinu He was not arrest d The Imperial palace In Peking is to oe connected by telephone with the offices of the different ministers Raised the Assessment Kentucky Standard The State Board of Equalization yacountyvalue of lands and personal property subject to equalization f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 31 1905 7 I IRepainting L1 xs 11JIrwTPI 1 rakes and old buggy new The ISpringfield Carriage Painting Co just recently organized has secu I the services of Mr Vm Lamb edI1an expert workman of LO i is prepared to do j work at reasonable prices Your I t old buggy your old surrey Jour old I I Ivdumayshop on West Main street Ia Springfield Carriage Painting sCqnipany r T jhe Wings of The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1KB by Edward J Clode After a pause she said- I think I understand now why you were so upset by the loss of our wa ter supply Before the day ends we will be In great straits enduring ago nies from thirst Let us not meet the devil halfway he rejoined He preferred the unfair retort to a confession which could only foster dismay Brit please I am thirsty now d He moved uneasily He was only too conscious of the impish weakness common to all mankind which creates a desire out of sheer Inability to satisfy it Already his own throat was parched The excitement of the early struggle was in Itself enough to engender an acute thirst He thought It best to meet their absolute needs as far as possible Bring the tin Sup he said Let us take half our store and use the re mainder when we eat Try ta avoid breathing through your mouth Tie hot air quickly affects the palate and causes an artificial dryness We can t not yet be In real need of water It is largely Imagination Iris needed no second bidding She carefully measured out half a pint of the unsavory fluid the dregs of the casks and the scourings of the edge I will drink first she cried No no he interrupted impatiently Give It to me She pretended to be surPrIsedIAs a mere matter of politeness 41 am sorry but I must insist She gave him the cup over his shoul der He placed It to his lips and gulped steadily There he said gruffly I was in a hurry The Dyaks may have another rush at any momentiIris looked into the vessel You have taken none at all sire saidNonsense r j Mr Jenks reasonable You need it more than h I ddont want tolive- wwithoutyou His hands shook somewhat It was well there was no call for accurate shooting Just then I assure you I took all I required lie declared with unnecessary vehemence At least drink your share to please me she murmured You jylsUed to humbug mehe Proclamation T0 Mttber and Housekeepers I proclaim and guarantee to every mother that Paracamph First Aid to the Injured is a clean safe pure household remedycontains no morphine cocaine opium or poisonous drugs As a quick relief and cure for Neuralgia Rheumatic Swellings Catarrh Hay Fever Sore Throat or Chest itching or burning skin Insect Stings Sunburn Swellings or uneIqua1ed circulation draws out the soreness and remedyParacamph inflammation through the ores of the in your home than vaseline witch hazel arnica salves or old fashioned liniments likewise it is farsuperior to these and sim ilar remedies Paracamph is endorsed andrecommended by hundreds of physi quickhealinghome every day because it is the safest relieving and healing went for mill aches and pains Do not to get Para camph at once It is the best remedy you can buy and the price is within the reachof all N bottlesbySigned E B Spicer General Manager The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky For raga by C J Haydon Springfield + gruiiiUti uyou will fie first half I will take the second And they settled it that way The few mouthfuls of tepid water gave them new life Nevertheless by high noon they were suffering again The time passed very slowly The sun rose to the zenith and filled the earth and air with his ardor It seemed to be a miracle now appreciated for the first time in their lives that the sea did not dry up and the leaves wither on the trees The silence the deathly inactivity of all things became intol erable The girl bravely tried to con fine her thoughts to the task of the hour She displayed alert watchful ness an Instant readiness to warn her companion of the slightest movement among the trees or by the rocks to the northwest this being the arc of their periphery assigned to her Looking at a sunlit space from cover and looking at the same place wheu sweltering ii the direct rays of a tropical sun are kindred operations strangely diverse In achievement Iris could not reconcile the physical sensitiveness of the hour with the careless hard hood of the preceding days Her eyes ached somewhat for she had tilted her souwester to the back of her head In the effort to cool her throbbing temples She put up her right hand to shade the too vivid reflection of tha glistening sea and was astounded to find that in a few minutes the back of her hand was scorched A faint sound of distant shouting disturbed her pain ful reverie How is it she asked that we feel the heat so much today I had hardly noticed It before For two good reasons forced Idle ness and radiation from thIs confound ed rock 1oreover this Is the hottest day we have experienced on the island There Is not a breath of air and the hot weather has just commenced Dont you think she said huskily that our position here is quite hopeless They were talking to t ach other sideways The sailor never turned his gaze from the southern end of the valley It ix no more hopeless now than last night or this morning be replied But suppose we are kept here for seernhdnysiThat was always an unpleasant probability We had water then Even with an ample supply It would be difficult to hold out As frogs are such a courSe becomes simply Impossible Her despondency pierced his soul A slow agony was consuming her It is hard r admit he said Net ertheless you must bear up until night falls then we will either obtain water or leave tills place Surely we can do neither We may be compelled to do both But how In this hIs hour of extremest need the man was vouchsafed n s1 red of luck Before he could frame a feeble pretext for his too sanguine prediction a sampan appeared SOO yards from Turtle beach strenuously Raddled by throe men The vague hallooing they had heard was explained The Dyaks though to the manner born were weary of sun scorched rocks and salt water The boat waq coming In response to their signals and the sight Inspired Jenks with fresh hope Like a lightning flash came the reflection that if lie cpulil keep them away from the well and destroy the sampan now hastening to their assist mice perhaps conveying the bulk of their stores they would soon tire of slaking their thirst on the few pitcher plants growing on the north shore Conic quick heshouted adjusting tic Lark sight of a rifle Lie down and aim at the front of that boat a little short if anything Jt doesnt matter If time bullets strike the sea first lie placed time weapon in readiness for her and commenced operations him self before Iris could reach lilts side Soon both rifles were pitching twenty shots a minute at the sampan The result of theIr long range practice was not long in doubt The Dyaks danced from seat to scat in a state of wild excitement One man was hurled over board Then the craft lurched sea ward In the strong current and Jeuks told JrJa to leaves thc rest to him 4 Before lie could uuiiiy a second mag azine a fortunate bullet ripped a plank out and the sampan filled and went down amid a shrill cll ot execration from the back of the cliff The two Dyaks yet lining endeavored to swim ashore half a mile through shark invested reefs The sailor did not even trouble about them After a few fran tic struggles each doomed wretch flung up his arms and vanished In the clear atmosphere the onlookers could see black fins cutting the pellucid sea They were quieting downthe thirst fiend was again slowly salting their veins when something of a dirty white color fluttered into sight from behind the base of the opposite cliff It was rapidly withdrawn to reappear after an Interval Now it was held more steadily and a brown arm became visi ble As Jenks did not fire a turbaned head popped Into sight It was the Mo hammedanNo it he roared Me Eng lish speak it Dont you speak Hindbostanee shouted Jenks In Urdu of the higher proficiency Yes sir was the joyful response Will your honor permit hIs servant to come and talk with Yes if you come unnrll1ldIAnd the chief too sahib Yes but listen On the first sign of treachery I will sboot both of you We will keep faith sahib May kites pick our bones if we alit Then there stepped into full view the renegade Mussulman and his leader They carried no guns time chief wore his creese Tell him to leave that dagger be hind cried the sailor imperiously As the enemy demanded a parley lie re solved to adopt the conquerors tone from the outset The chief obeyed with a scowl and time two advanced to the foot of the rock Stand close to me said Jenks to Iris Let them see you plainly but pull your bat well down over your eyes She silently followed his Instructions Now that the very crisis of their fate hind arrived she was nervous shaken conscious only of a desire to sink on her knees and pray The two halted some ten paces In front of the cavern and the belligerents surveyed each other It was a fas cinating spectacle this drama in real life The yellow faced Dyak gaudily attired In a crimson jacket and sky blue pantaloons of Chinese silk a man young and powerfully built and the brown skinned white clothed Mohan medan bony tall and gray with hardship looked up at the occupants of the ledge Iris slim and boyish In her male garments was dwarfed by the six foot sailor but her face was blood tamed and Jenks wore a six weeks stubble of beard Holding their rifles with alert jMfse with revolvers strapped to their Sdes they presented a warlike and imposing tableau In their Inaccessi ble perch In the path qf tbejeraissa ries lay the bodies of the n Dyak leader scowled again as he pass ed them Sahib began the Indian inly chief Taung SAlt does not wish to have any more of his men killed in a foolish quarrel about a woman Give her up be says and lie will either leave you here In peace or carry fou safely to some place where you can find a ship manned by white men A woman said Jenks scornfully That is idle talk What woman is here This question nonplused the native The woman whom tbe chief saw malt a month buck sahib J Taming S All was bewitched I slew spiritsIin with a question A volley of talk between the two was enlivened with expressive gestures by Tuung SAli who several times Pollute to Iris and Jenks now anathematized his thought less folly in permitting the Dyak to ap proach so near The Mohammedan of mIghtiUlethere were two men only on the rock ills fears were only too well founded The Mussulman salaamed respectfully and said Protector of the poor I cannot gain say your word but Taut g SAlt says that the malt stands by jour side and Is none the less the woum i he seeks In that she wears a mans clt thing He hits sharp eyes but hIs brain is addled retorted the sailor Why does he come here to se k a Woman who Is not of Ills race Sot only has he brought death to his pe pIe mind war rowly escaped It himself but lie must know that any violence ffered to us will mean the extermln ition of his whole tribe by uu English warship Tell him to take away Us boats and never visit this isle ugaii Perhaps will then forget his treacherous at tempt to murder us while we slept last night Theclilef glared defiantly while the Mohammedan said Sahib it is best not o anger him too much lie says he ir ears to have the girl tie saw her ben ity that day and she inflamed his he rt She has cost him many lives but she Is worth a sultans t ransom He trey not for warships They cannot reach his vil lage in the hills By Ihe tomb of Nlzamiiddin sahib he will not harm you If you give her but if you re fuse he Will kill you botlil And whist Is one woman more orJIcss in the world that she should cause and bloodletting The sailor knew the ea tern charac ter too CU not to understand the mans amTzemcnt that he should be so solicitous about the fate Qf one of the weaker sex It was useless to offer terms yet the native was clearly so anxious for an amicable settle ment that he caught at a straw You come from Delhi he naked Honored one you have great wis dom None but a Delhi man swears by s e ifijnjj on the roijd to the Kutub You have escapes Tram the Anda mans t selfdefenseWhatever the cause you can never again see India Nevertheless you would give many years of your life to mix once more with the bazaar folk The brown skin assumed a sallow tingeThat is good speaking he gurgled Then help me and my friend to es cape Compellyonr chief to leave the r v LII The belligerents surveyed each island Kill him Plot against him 1 will promise you freedom and plenty of rupees Do this and I swear to you I will come in a ship and take you away The miss sahibs father Is pow erful He has great Influence with the Indian government Taung SAli was evidently bewil dered and annoyed by this passionate appeal which he did not uuderetand He demanded an explanation and the ready witted native Was obliged to In vent sonic plausible excuse Yet when he raised his face to Jenks there was the look oCa hunted animal in his eyes Sahib he said endeavoring to con ceal hIs agitation I am one among many A word from me and they would cut my throat If I were with you there on the rock I would die with you for I was in the Kumaon regiment wheu the trouble befell me It is of no avail to brrgain with a tiger sahib I suppose you will not give up the miss sahib Pretend to argue with me I will help in any way possible Jenks1 heart bounded when this un- looked for offer reached his ears The unfortunate Mohammedan was evidently eager to get away from the piratical gang into whose power he had fallen But the chief was Impatient if not suspicious of these long speeches Angrily holding forth a rifle the sail or shouted Tell Taming S All that I will slay him and all his men ere tomorrows sun rises He knows something of my power but not all Tonight at the twelfth hour you will find a rope hang ing from the rock Tie thereto a vessel of water Full not In this I will not forget your services I am Anstruther Sahib of the Belgaum regiment The native translated his words into a fierce defiance of Taung SAii and his Dyaksv The chief glanced at Jenks and Iris with an ominous smile He muttered sQmethlngIThen sahib there Is nothing more to be said Beware of the trees on your right They can send silent death even to the place where you stand And I will not fall you tonight on my lifecried the IDterprehrz I believe you Go But Inform yourchlef that once you have disap peared round the rock whence you came Iwill talk to him only with n rifle Taung SAli seemed to comprehend the Englishmans emphatic motions Waving his hand defiantly thq Dynk turned and with one parting glance of mute assurance the Indian followed him Iris touched his arm and he told her all that had taken place Iris be cnmc very downcast when she grasped the exact state of affairs She was al proposednresult It horrified her beyond meas ure to find that she was the rock on which negotiations were wrecked Hope died within her The bitterns of death was In her breast What an unlucky Influence I havehad on your existence she exclaimed If It were not for me this trouble at least would be spared you Because I am here you are condemned Again because I stopped you from shooting that wretched chief and his companions they are now demanding your life as a forfeit It is all my fault I can not bear It She was on the verge of tears strain had become too great for herI After Indulging in a wild dream of freedom to be told that they must again endure the irksome confinement the active suffering the slow horrors of n siege in that rocky prison almost distracted her Jenks wus very stern and curt in his reply We must make the best of a bad business he said If we rare In a tight place the Dyaks are not much better off and eighteen of their number are dead or wounded You forget too that ProvIdencQ has sent us a most useful ally in the Mohammedan When nIl is said and done things might be far worse than they are Never before had his tone been so cold his manner so abruot noteven 1tI r in tne ola days When he purposely en deavored to make her dislike him She walked along the ledge and tim idly bent over him Forgive me she whispered I did forget for the moment not only the goodness of Providence but also your self sacrificing devotion I am only a woman and I dont want to die yet but I will not live unless you too are already that day she had ex pressed this thought In other words Was some shadowy design flitting through her brain Suppose they were faced with the alternatives of dying from thirst or yielding to the Dyaks Was there another way out Jenks shivered though the took ins grilling him He must dleEt her mind from this dreadful brooding The fact is hesaid with a feeble attempt at cheerfulness we are both hungry and consequently grumpy Now suppose you prepare lunch We will feel ever so much better after we have eaten The girl choked back her emotion proldlIngA few tears fell now and made little furrows down her soiled cheeks But resigidestruction that wasteth at noonday was trying her sorely she again felt strong and sustained She even smiled on detecting an involuntary effort to clear her stained face She was about to carry a biscuit and some tinned meat to the sailor when a sharp exclamation from him caused her to hasten to his side The Dyaks had broken cover Running In scattered sections across the sands they were risking such loss as the defenders might be able to inflict upon them during a brief rues to the shelter and food to be obtained in the other part of the Island Jenks did not fire at the scurrying gang He was waiting for one man Taung SAlI But that redoubtable person having probably suggested this dash for liberty had fully realized the enviable share of attention he would attract during the passage He there fore discarded his vivid attire and by borrowing odd garments made himself sufficiently like unto the remainder of his crew to deceive the sailor until the rush of men was over Among them ran the Mohammedan who did not look Up the valley but waved his hand When all had quieted down again Jenks understood how he had been fooled He laughed so heartily that Iris not knowing either the cause of hIs merriment or the reason of his un looked for clemency to the flying toe feared the sun had affected him He at once quitted the post occupied during so protracted n vigil Now he cried we can eat in ponce I bare stripped the chief of his finery His men can twit him on being fore tt to shed his gorgeous plum age in order to save his life Anyhow they will leave us in peace until night falls so we must make the best of a hot afternoon But he was mistaken A greater dan ger than any yet experienced now threatened them for Taung SAli furl ous and unrelenting resolved that if he could not obtain tbe girl he would slays the pair of them and he had terrible weapons In hIs possession CHAPTER XIII- ESTDENTS In tropical countries know that the or certainly least benrDblfbE tween 2 and 4 oclock the afternoon At the conclusion of a not very lus dons repast Jenks suggested that they should rig up the tarpaulin in such wise as to gain protection from the sun and yet enable him to cast a watchful eyeover the valley Iris helped to raise the great canvas sheet on the supports he had prepared Once shut off from the devouring rays the hot breeze then springing into fitful existence cooled their blistered but per spiring skin and made life somewhat tolerableStill to his policy of com batting the first enervating attacks of thirst the sailor sanctioned the con sumption of the remaining water Asa lust desperate expedient to be resorted to only In case of sheer necessi ty he uncorked a bottle of champagne and filled the tin cup The sparkling wine with Its volume of creamy foam looked so tempting that Iris would then mind there have risked its potency were she not promptly withheld Jenks explained to her that when the wine became quite tInt amd insipid they might use Itfo moisten their parched lips Even so in their present super heated state the liquor was unquestionably dangerous but he hoped it mirIAccustomed now to implicitly accept his advice she fought and steadily conquered the craving within her Oddly enough the thawing of their scorched bodies beneath the tarpaulin brought a certain degree of relief They were supremely uncomfortable but that was ns naught compared with the relaxation from the torrents previously borne For a long time the best part of an hour perhaps they remained silent The sailor was reviewing the pros and cons of their precarious condition It would of course be a matter of su preme importance were the Indian to be faithful to his promise Here tho prospect WitS decidedly hopeful The man was an old soldier anti the ex officer of native cavalry knew how enduring was the attachment of this poor convict to home and military service Probably at that moment the Moham medan was praying to the prophet and his two nephews to aid hiJu In rescuing the sahib and the woman whom the sahib held so dear for the all wise and all nowerful Indian government Is very TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Howls- Yourlleart Is your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness of spellsfatntingsmothering spells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart in side and shoulder or hurt when lying on left side If you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak getbetterDr Miles Heart Curetstrengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and see how quickly you will find relief tooldownWhibywas hopeless My neighbors and fam MT11mbsthird larger than normal size and heartForpropped up In bed from smoth ering I sent for five bottles of Dr rhadcured 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 CUreII T CURT Wllmore Ky Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee thatthe first bottle will benefit If It fallhe will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart I- nPeop1esDeposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 188- 9CAPITAL50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VicePresident J A Boulware Cashier Chas 3L McChord Asst Cashier IL C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GrahamJad r J W Satterly T 3L Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction t Guaranteed r OOOOOOOOOOCCOOQoA oooooooooooooocooooooooooo eoHAYDON Sc THOMPSON r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Irice Outfits For Traveling Mea PHOXE 18 nn G noQQQQQQ lsO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention- Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial 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Call and see him lk T 3333331 1Fl =t 3tWORK tk Tt1JasI rR iW GravesW Ii If ST fi W Aii f II W I Ii 3EeE rJ i nnnnnnnnnnunoaaca D YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by IH X W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wO- nderful curative properties Dr Thomas now bas on filejin his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast J year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1436 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale BrrAil Druggists RJ W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky i 00noeO0000O0008noooeooooooooo r t use Siii1fBoots Shoes Rubbers Cost leastWear Best BOQOSAJ Henderson Gleaner A fashion writer says graduation dresses will be more elaborate this year and this means that pa will have to get another season out of that old summer suit Kentucky Journal Chicago wants to operate its owns street cars but if she makes no better out of it than she doe integrating her delivery wagons she had better wait awhile Paducah Register Ixmtaville has1 made one move for civic reform There is a movement on in the metropolis to closeaH saloons from midnight on to d dfclocK A curse to any city is its all nigHtsaloons UI Thank the Lord cried Hannah Plant of Little Rock Buckle3mmlg sores which nothing else would heal from which I had suffered for healerjior nnnnnnn nrinn-n i i6HOWSl U Worth Remembering 00 u- nn nnnn n nnn flow Good Effect tiny Be Secured by a Little Care As many n woman Is puzzled to know haw to hang her curtains the advice of the Upholsterer on this point may be hqlpful It says among other things Ifsash curtains are used it Is usually a jgOod plan to bmJgthe long curtains so as to be the opposite of the sash cur tainsitlmt is if the sash curtains hang straight loop the long curtains and vice versa In this way the treatment will balance and a neutral effect be ob tained Bear In mind also In this connection that long cUrtains hanging straight reduce the width and increase the height of the window while cur tans looped or caught up with a rosette reduce the height and increase the Width Curtains reaching only to the sill or Just below it hare a tendency to short en the window axed if looped or draped thlseffect Is increased Sash curtains panels or any other style of glass curtains are hung with the right side of the goods to the glass unless the windows are so far re imoved from ordinary vision that it is iimposslble to discern the difference Long lace curtains are hung with the right side to the room where sash curtains are used to the reverse way when hung alone subject to the above proviso in reference to the difference being perceptible from without Lace curtains may be slurred on to the pole or rod by making a double hem at the the distance between the two stitchings being a little less than twice the diameter of the pole to allow for shrinkage Thus for a one inch pole which would measure loosely three and oneeighth inches in cir cumference you would require to allow about one and seveneighths inches between the shirtings making three and threequarter inches of a pocket for the hole to pass through Lace curtains hanging straight should lust clear the floor and to adjust this gootplanand then gently stretch them down this Mjlstan e 2jTo stretch them place an outspread jhand on each side of the curtain and pressing the two palms together stretch gently a little at a time work lug across the curtain from one side to the other until it is the required length Tails must be done very carefully and jif the curtain Is not found pliable mough to stretch the required dis tance pin it over again allowing it to be loner Xarrow windows in large rooms may be made to appear wider by matting the poles or cornice project at each side and plaiting the curtain to cover part of the wall at each side The pole or cornice should be placed high enough in tins case to entirely conceal the top jOf the wood trim but in cases where It Is advisable to show the wool trim at the it should be shown also at the- outside Frilled curtains made up as sash cur tains are very effective next to the glass but should be made of very soft material that will drape easily and gracefully Sash curtains lace cur rains or overcurtains should be plaited tb the exact width of the space they are to cover sufficient pins being used to dispose of all the fullness and hold the top edge of the curtain from sag ging between the pIns ThIs may seem d small thing but to those accustomed to neatness the sloppy droop of the top cage of a curtain from pin to pin Is extremely distasteful and would spoil an otherwise neat arrangement Mow to Clean Coral To cleats white coral soak it for some hours is cold rain water and then immerse JC Jna solution of chloride of lithe Let It remain for twentyfour Hours and then hold it under a cold wa ter tap for about ten minutes so that the water may percolate through It If the coral be vory dirty this process may have to be repented a second time VnbtJIIIa or is to put lu u guiinpe and full half sleeves of colored lace Tills lace by the way can 10 easily colored at home with anyone of the prepared dyes One girl recently made an old white china silk waist over Into a fetching evening waist by these means She took some quite dilapidated renaissance lace which had been on another gown Out of that she got enough for u gulmpc and full half sleeves with the under sleeve effect Then she dyed the mo dallions in the lace a detente blue A bg bow of the snrae luide af blue In velvet decorated the left stileliar- pers Bazar Hotv to Mnlco Corn Pone Corn pone is recommended as a break fast dish Take a heaping coffee cupful of Dolled hominy heut It and thin In a tablespoonful of butter three eggs and nearly a edit of sweet milk As much cornmeal may be added as will serve to thicken this till it Is like the batter for Johunycakes Bake in a quick oven and Ort Immediately t flow to Freshen Carpets A cleansing fluid said to restore freshness to carpets curtains table covers clothing and similar textiles that become soiled Is made of a quart of boiling rain water to which four ounces of castile soap have been added When cool throw in four ounces of am monia two each of glycerin alcohol and ether and last of all a gallon of rain water Bottle and use as required COUGHS AND COLDS lion They MnyBe Relieved by Sim pIe Remedies A few drops of spirits of camphor taken on sugar every three or four hours will usually check a cold says the Chicago Tribune- A little camphorated oil rubbed well Into the chest when a cough Is painful will give great relief As long as yon are shielded from draft an open windqw Is no source of danger even on the bitterest night A cup of hot linseed tea taken before retiring for the night is a good remedy and will often prevent a cold Hoarseness may be relieved by using the white of an egg well beaten mixed with lemon juice and sugar Take a teaspoonful every hour Cayenne pepper tea Is good for a cold Take a quarter of a of pepper and nearly ai tenbupfuior water and drink it as ho beIswallowed For a tight hoarse cciugh take hot water often as hot as can be sipped This will give Immediate 4re ief A lIt- tle lemon juice jylded tp tht water Is beneficial Sneezing Is averted by pressing the upper lip because by doing so we deaden the inipresskm made on a cer tain branch of the fifth nerve sneezing being a reflex action excited by some slight impression on that nerve Sneez ing not tak place when the fifth nerve Is paralyzed even though the sense of smell Is retained Squeeze a large clean handkerchief out of water and place in a wad on the pillow of the patient an inch or two from his nose so tjlmt pecan inhale the moisture He will Usually cease cough- Ing In fifteen minutes While this treatment may not cure a cough It wilt Insure a gO nights rest to many a sick child and tired mother To avoid taking cold keep the circu lation In good condition by regular bathing and exercise Be careful about clothing and do not make sudden changes in It unless there Isia decided change in the weather To change from a high to a low neck garment or from high shoes to low shoes always involves risk How to Season a Fowl To Improve the flavor of fowl when seasoning ttindd ginger to the salt and pepper and rub this into the flesh well For a change try putting an onion and an apple in ducks in place of tho usual breadcrumb dresslnJI Lighting Plant Sold Paducah Ky May 2GTheadu cah Gas and Eectric Co was sod by Thomas Coffee to James C Utterback for 135000 Mr Vtterback is shier of the City National bank and has associated with him Paducah and out side capitalists Mr Coffee camo here three years ago xndpaid G6 00 for the plant Haggin Yearlings Lexington Ky May 2GThe state meht was made here that James B Haggin would only offer 219 yearlings at the Tune sales In Now York this year Of the number to fte offered twothirds of them were bred at Rancho Del Paso stud in California and the others at Elmendorf stud New Road Incorporated Owingsvile Ky May 26The Cincinnati Flemingsbjiirg Southern Railway Co has been Incor orated The company will build a ran oad In Flemings county connecting Fl mings burg Johnson Poplar Plain an Hills bore The road will be extended through surrounding counties They Drank Fish Brine Lexington Ky May 26Pollce Judge John J Riley Imposed tile most novel punishment on record On two tramps charged with being drunk He lined the men 25 and e sU etch but allowed them the alternative of drink ing a half pint each of fish brine Bellinger Operated On Louisville Ky May 20 Charles Bolln er the bookmaker who was suddenly stricken with appendicitis and who underwent a surgical opera tion ithe hands of Drs A M Cart ledge and Co W Kelly is resting easy at Norton Memorial infirmary Were Secretly Married Lpxlnutrtn Ky May 26Fhemar rlaKe of Katherine C Naefof Ginctn nati a graduate of the coiiaervjtlory of m JCnow a teacher in tlitt eon servatory here to F N Dulf yrof Clevelanti baa been made public after 18 mouth of secrecy Murder Aver gedf MltUlleburx Ky Mny 2C WI111am Cuadiff who several years ago shot and killed T T Bnnlshaw Irt Adalr county was way akl and murdered near Rowena Russel county this week Ills body was found riddled with buckshot Marcum Quits the Race Mfddleburg Ky May 20lliOmas- J Marcum of Monttcello has with drawn from the race for the republican nomination for skate senator front the 16th senatorial district leaving Dr L C Noll of Columbia without opposi tion Hotel Burned Mt Sterling Ky May 2GTbe Palm hotel at Greenville Ky was burned Leo Durvilla a guest was burned to death and several others had narrow escapes The loss is small Must Keep WlthJn Appropriations Frankfort Ky May 2GTho court of appeals has decided that the suite auditor could not exceed his annual appropriation for clerk hire Iii his of fice The use of automobiles by commer cial drummers Is increasing rapidly in the United States SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head nil persons who are sub scri rs to The Sun may insert free of charge advertisements of wheat corn and oats other wantedLnDserted in Another depnrtmont of tho paper at very Io rrates Spnngfieldhasforto registry C W Homan near Beechland has for sale two fresh cows with young calves 27 R W Wathen Springfield has for sale some fine shoats 27 Conrad Hertlein Springfield has for sale a good milk cow a o some thor oughbred Hereford bull calves 25 4hascents and 200 at 10 cents 26 FDPlymouth Rock Eggs at 75 cents for 15 23 Springfield Market Bacon Haras ltd Sides 12c Beeswax 2lc per pound Bntter pound ChickensIIens Spring lOc to Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks fo per pound corn Meat = to Toe per bushel EIlStaie per dozen Feathers40e per pound FlourS530toyj40 GinseiiKTS7V per pound GrainWheat SL15 corn 50c Oats 40c IIiHSGIeOl 7c toliardIOcpor pound Lilnetqu to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran loo sliipstnff 120 per pounds Potatoed Conntry to Onions SlOO Salt JUS and 3185 por barrel TurkoystficperPound TallowMo per pound Vinegar4f2x to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and greasy HKc clear of grease tawMub washed 2Sc Country Sorghum45e to 4Jc a poice Onion Spta SinO LouisvilleMarket CATTLE G1Metliumchoice butcher steers to 5 2i Medium to good butchers to HIcommon to medium butchers 3 to oo winners 100to2 00 Gonl to hoice feeders 32 103 3COIlUllluon to medium feeders 3 00 to 300 coed to extra stack steers 3 30 to 00 common to medium stock steers 2 to 3 oood to tjhoice stook boirclMv 250to30ft common to medium stookboifers lf to 2 2tf slain light mixed stockers 2 40 to 2 7d Good to choice bologna Lulls 3 00 to 3 Medium to good bulls 2 50 to Sob choice veal calves So to 500 common to medium onlvos a 00 to 00 choice tJQlaney much cO vs3 00 to 40 Medium1 to KOddmlleh cows 2 OOtoJS 00 glad common mUch 00w815 00 to 20 00 HOGS choice peek b Imtolu Zoo to See llw 5 V Mwliumi ackoiHlt Kto2oollH 545 choke itghtArip12o toOo lbs 5 choice fine OotoolSo Good pillo to loo HHi 40 Light pigs 5o to lift llia 42J Roughs law to Vw U Sm1 i 00 to Ki SHRBP AND LAMBS goal tri extra shiinitwe llsal 3 50 to FHirtoKifxxl 2 7 to 3 coinmort to IIlttdfmL 2 00 to 2 uekH 4 i4 2 op to T to- Kxtra sHipi iiitc h mlb 5 Co to soo B8t buther IniufsC VX 5 oo to 5 t irin lbtt htJr1l IJi 410to5 oo JnlluojltAlieudbuc oto 15o Kentucky Fair Dates dLFferertj fair associations throughout the State for their 1005 exhibition have been announced Mujiisonville August 15 days daysIlarnxlsburjj days duysShepherdsvjlle daysVanccburgGuthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield daysHaTdstoVn Florence 304 daysGhwgow clAysJIFalmouth September 274 days OwonBboro October 10 5days Attacks the President NwYorkMty24By order of A T Stuart superintendent of public schools the Maylaeuu of Our Dumb Ani malt which contuins attacks on Presi dent Roosevelt for killing game on his recent hunting trip has been excluded fromj the schools of the District of Col umbid This action was taken after a con cncelwith John H Gordon presi dent of the Board of Education The T HITES Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC Or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUIS MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOOCOOCOCOOO tR ILLINOIS CENTRAL WRAILROAD ff 8 Special Summer Excursions via California and Colorado and to reCArcf1f of On first and third Tuesdays each month i7Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted R Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia Newt 8 9MexicoandOQ Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet LandsI f W HARlOW 80 G R Louisville Ky ooooooOowo wnn- wciti A A wAAA A 1wooeJ AAAw OOOCOOOOOOOOO i DQQQOQOOO OQQQQOQOQOQaQOQQQ na1r10 n ji Cf 1L 1905 tjJ i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and O it You will Saven 1Money Ry selecting vour o reading o matter from The- Suns Club n 0 gLbinllst o n The Ky n On nn nn n a a L and N Trains I Arrives at Springfield at Bardstown i Arri9s at Loaves Louisville n Trains Loaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn at Louisville matterwas referred to a meeting of thtl board tonight and the action was api proved Stuart declared tonight the action was not taken on any suggestion from thQ White House from the Presidents friends I that the articles in question were rious said Mr Stuart and an to the President and the action was taken entirely on my own Our Dumb Animals isa Boston peri odical and the Society of this city has paid for its circulation among the Washington schools because it con tained matter which the society thinks childern should read in regard to the treatment of dumb animals One of the articles says HIt seems that our President has been traveling quite a distance to wit ness the wounding and killing of rabbits and coyotes which have no power of defending either themselves or their young und a longer distance to witness a battle between thirty or forty dogs and a bear We hope the time is com ing for which our American Humane Education Society is working when hu mane education shall be given in all our schools colleges and universities n Both pa perslyr oWeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald L25 Nashville L50 oWeekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 JSemiWeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 5Home and Farm 125 American AgculturlStL75American Epitomist 150 ifAmerican Farmer L50 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 nFarm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and FlresIdeH 175 Review of Reviews 325 Q Lippincotts Magazine 285 400 Ledger ilonthl 175 n Harpers iuagfazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 a Sunny Sounth 150 to Address Sun Springfield 4Eennnn Railroad Time Table Incoming Bardstowrrjunctn Outgoing IArrives Superintendent sawI initiative Humane American onliI 855 735 p m 650 600 1N 580 a m 617 703e 755u Daily No 43 1240 p m tOO a m 930 730 1Suny 715 a m S00 845u 935u Daily No 41 645 p In 552U I502 C 410Daily No 44 120 p nL 220HI 410 p In 545 p m nnd our institutions of learning shall no longer be sending our educatedsav ages to endanger the peace not only of beingsIas READ THISI RICHMOND KY Feb 9 1901 MoDearSirforkidney todayter than I have in twenty years and I publicRespectfully A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism l kidneysand childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of L One small bottle is two months treatment cureDr t r fortestimonial