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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fI Cv be prin11itth i- DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY rIVOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 NUMIER2 CUTTING AFFRAY At frederickstown Last Saturday Newell Hardin Slashed Billy Perkins With a KnifeNo Serious Reesults Apprehended IastjSaturdaI y Newell Hardin and Billie Perkins in which the latter recieved several severe cuts the most serious of which was one in the throat It is said that the knife which Hardin was using closed 4 and had it not been for this Perkins would doubtless have been killed It is alleged that Perkins struck Hardin and called him a vile name whereupon he Hardin drew a knife and immediately proceeded to settle matters when as stated above his knife closed and before he could again open it bystanders interfered Perkins received four cuts none of which are deep and it is thought that he will soon recover One of those who witnessed the difficulty said that Perkins presented a ghastly sight when he staggered down the street with the blood flowing from the wound in his neck calling for a doctor Mr Hardin is an old man quiet and peaceable The trouble between the two men is of long standing Death of James L Brown Mr James L Brownwho formerly resided at Tatham Springs in this county died at his home near Fairfield Nelson county Monday June 5 ofI spinal meningitis after a brief illness Mr Brown was thirty years old an- dfor quite a while had been a loyal member of the Baptist church He was well and favorably knownin Wash ington county and his friends here were shocked when they learned of his death The deceased left this county about four years ago and had since resided in Nelson county He leaves a wife mother two brothers and two sisters to mourn his death Mrs G W Robinson his mother resides near Texas this county and his sisters and brothers are Mrs Robert Noe and MrI s111Doravile Funeral services were conducted at Little Union church yesterday after which interment occurred in the cemetery at that place The deceased vas a man of many pretty traits of character and his death is mourned by a host of friends To his wife and other rela tives many friends extend condolence j ANTIOCH We are having some dry weather here and farmers are getting uneasy about their tobacco crop If it doesnf rain soon the crop will be quite short Estelle and Willie Hardin entertained quite a number of their young friends Saturday iight Tatham Springs Kirk land Ballard and Lawrenceburg were well represented All present report aI pleasant time Mrs Susie Cowell and little son Bee and Miss Bertha King were the guests of Mrs Sarah Sagersey the past week John Brown spent Sunday with his parents Mr and Mrs Thomas Brown Mr Ashby and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with their daughter at this i place Mr W J Trent and family were visitors of Mrs Lambert Sunday Miss Stella Baxter is visiting her parents this week W F Sweazy and wife spent Sunday afternoon at Rev Hatchetts Death of Daniel Willham Mr Daniel Wj ham died at his home in Danville on Tuesday May 30 at the age of eightyone years He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his death The body was laid to rest in the Fairview cemetery here Barlow Vs Barlow The divorce suit of Barlow vs Barlow was tried before Special Judge Feland last week taking up nearly two days of the courts time Husband and wife each prayed for an absolute divorce and the custody of the sevenyearold boy Mrs Barlow wanted 2000 alimony which was refused but she was granted a divorce and the custody of the child The injunction against the husband restraining him from selling his farm remains in force pending an appeaL Prob- ablyr no appeal will be taken ii Resolutions of Respect Whereas God has willed to call Brother D S Payne from his earthly labors and associations to the lodge on high be it- Resolved That we his brethren in Masonry while realizing that it is ap pointed unto all men once to die and while humbly submissive to His will in alt things whether of life or death have sustained an irreparable loss in the death of our departed brother Thatin him his stricken family has lost a kind and indulgent father and a devoted husband and the community an honorable and useful citizen That our lodge extend to his bereaved family and friends its condolence andsympathy reminding them of the divine promise that Though A man die yet shall he live again having an abiding faith that it shall befutfilled unto our brother That these resolutions be written in our minutes a copy of them be sent to the stricken family and that they be papersI Corn E S Mayes Secretary CARqWELL Mrs J G White of Williamsburg HI was a visitor at E T Perkins last we BornTo the wife of Mr Luther Long May 29 an elevenpound girl Mrs Sarah Lay and daughter Cora spent Sunday night at Cardwell W L Graham and family spent Sun day at R S Worners A large congregation heard Brother Reed preach at Bethel Sunday Several from this place attended court at Harrodsburg Monday We had a twodays season for setting tobacco last week and now all our farmers are through with it Everything points to a good crop year and all that is needed by the people out here is The Sun to read so that they can keep posted on current topics and the stock and provision mar kets Stock Sales- E T Perkins bought a roan horse from Hartford Shewmaker for 45 H thirtyfiveiep per a a fatI cow from Jv Hedger at 3 cents E Holiday from William Foster cow and calf 40 and resold same to W H Lay for 4250 and also bought from different parties fat cows and fat sheep at 3 cenas and bulls at 22 cents W G Sims to John Roberts seven yearling steers for 100 W L Graham from Claude Britton a mule 80 and one from T H Pinkstoh for 70 Mr Mc Micken from William Foster a mule 85 These are good prices for mule colts but I think they were all sired by Powell the big jack The highest price paid for August delivery of lambs was to James Kyler by B Lawsonsix- cents for ninety lambs MT ZION r Miss Lydia Williams was shopping in Springfield one day last week Mrs R A Russell was the guest of her daughter Mrs Lillian Neal at Caplin Fork last week Miss Sallie Mae Williams is at home from Millersburg where she has been attending school Mrs Ollie Hays is quite ill at this writing Mrs Ella Taylor was in Springfield on business last week Miss Grant Hays was in Bloomfield last week Several from here attended the deco ration at Rock Bridge Tuesday Mrs Hark Hays and daughter Miss Eleanor visited the home of Mr James Hays Saturday We have reserved the forenoon of the second Sunday in June for our Childrens Day at Mt Zion Messers Foster and Vallis Pinkston attended church at Poplar Flat Sunday Mrs S H Bishop was in our vicinity last week Miss Ora Pinkston was the pleasant guest of the Misses Bonta Friday night Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Barber of Irwinville Ga always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for instrnt use Attacks of colic cholera morbus and diarrhoea come ort so suddenly that there is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Barber says I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea which is one of the best medicines I ever saw I keep a bottle of it in my room as I have several attacks of colic and it has proved to be the best medicine I ever used Sold by C J Haydon i 1 L IiLt The Graded School r itit b lj lt i tr The session of the Graded School that closed with the declamatory contest on closetofnew school building and silenced all objections to the new schoolsystem When the school question was being agitatedsome two years ago there were those who were to a graded school on theJgrounds that taxation would be so increased as to be burdensome and that the number of pupils to attend would not justify such increase in the tax rate The first years success has converted these ob jectors to enthusiastic supporters The fact that Springfield now has a school second to none of its kind in our State has increased the demand for town property thereby increasing its value easily offsetting the burden of the tax It has attracted a number of representative families from the country fori the man who moves to be near a first class school is always a good citizen and a desirable addition to any cdm munity It is proving a blessing to the county too For those who formerly were compelled to go elsewhere to get a thorough course of training find now the opportunity near their homes It lessens the cost of an education to them and makes it possible for many worthy boys and girls to equip themselves for lifes work who other wise would not have this opportunity We believe it is no disparagement toi any other institution to say that the school here established means more to the character and happiness of the people in Washington county than any other institution or organization initiThe hope of Kentucky and of the South MAUD Miss Katherine Settle has returned home after a delightful visit to her sis ter Mrs Colie Porter of Bloomfield Mrs E E Wakefield and daughters Misses Stella and Mary attended the RorsaryMisses Maytie and Nellie Andrews were shopping in Bloomfield Saturday afternoon Mrs I N Arnold son and daughter pa latterrtSeveral from here attended Chil drens Day exercises at Poplar Flat church Sunday Misses Katherine and Roxie Wake field have returned home from Louis ville where they attended school the past year t Messrs W R Brown and H C Roy alty are aL home for vacation after at tending school the former at Bards town and the latter at Springfield Miss May Belle Tucker is the charm ing guest of Misses Louise and Eliza beth Settle Childerens Day services will be held here the third Sunday night of this month Everybody cordially invited Mrs J M Batterton who has been ill is very much improved Dr and Mrs J Norris Shehan visited at Maple Hill Saturday afternoon Miss Flora Stallard spent Friday night with Mrs Tad Wakefield Mrs Julia Huston continues the guest of Miss Anna Jones of Rays SummitDlissLauraShehzn spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs Neale Bodine Miss Dora Royalty spent last week at Maple Grove Miss Nancy Shehan is visiting Mrs J B Irvin of Chaplin TEXAS Miss Anna Commerce of Louisville is the guest of her aunt Mrs Wise Mr and Mrs Grisby of Mooresville are visiting Mr and Mrs George Gibbs Miss Annie Claybrooke left Tuesday for Lexington where she will remain for a short time- JohnClaybrooke attended the decora tion at Big Springs Saturday Mrs P C W Peterson met with a very painful accident last Wednesday While walking through the yard her foot caught in a wire throwing her to the ground Her hand struck a nail in a board and the nail almost pene trated her hand She has suffered great pain but is some better at this writing is in better educational facilities Ignorance is now admitted to be mans worst enemy An educated man makes a better citizen better husband better father better man than he who has neglected to develop the talents with which he has been endowed Ignorance is not only a crime but a sin as well a crime to yodr fellowman to whom you owe your best service a sin against God who did not intend that you should bury your talent even though it be but one in a napkin Success today comes to the man well trained and developed Education is no longer the peculiar ac complishment of the professions but is coming to be diffused among the farmers and those who toil with hand a well as head Springfield has cause fo pride in her school The corps o thefusteeseople upon whose cooperation after all the success or failure must depend are loyal and enthusiastic The cours- of instruction is thorough and comer hensive including all the branch necessary to a liberal education Mor than 400 pupils have been enrolled dur ing the past year and their progress has been flattering to them and then instructors The best indication of th success of the school is the harmony and good feeling that exist among the pupils A generous rivalry for what is best to make the most of their oppor tunities has been inspired amongthem but back of that is love for the school No school can succeed where this is lacking We believe that it is the duty of all to support it generously and its success in the coming years will be even more marked than at present LexingtoIn Mr J D Claybrooke and wife we in Texas last Sunday Mr J N Campbell and family visited their daughter Mrs Alma Ransdal in Harrodsburg last week Mr Young and daughter Georgia visited at Jensontoh st week Mrs Nancy Cocanougher has been- quiteiick for the last few days Miss Hattie Arnold is visiting rela tives in Boyle county this week The new butcher shop opened by John Peterson and George CocanoUgher is just the thing for Texas May they meet with success BornWTo the wife of William Riley a fine boy J Mrs John Peterson has been quite ill for the last few daysI Mrs George Gibbs visited her daugh ter Mrs Henry Arnold of Springfield last Friday Miss Hattie Whayne has returned t Louisville after a few days visit to he r parents at this place Miss Hattie has Episcopalianhome Master Clyde Sweazy of Nelso- county is the guest of his sister Mrs John Peterson LECTURE AT MACKVILLE Under the auspices of the Baptist church Rev Gordon will deliver his lecture A Sail on the Sea of Matri moriy next Saturday evening June 10 at the Baptist church building in Mackville for church benefit It was delivered to a good audience in Springfield last month and very muchen joyed Following are a few testimonials Rev Williams Pastor Baptist church Springfield The subject is both novel and expressive the matter is excellent and the lecture should do much good Rev J C Hoskinson Pastor Metho dist church SpringfieldHI have heard many favorable comments on the lecture Jt abounds in wellapplied humor and many salient points were in itHon W D Clay ooke Attorney Legislator And Bachelor I had th pleasure of hearing the lecture It helped edified and encouraged me gave me new ideas and will bea life long benefit to me Everybody has read the good things The Sun hus said about it The lecture has been delivered to appreciative audiences at Texas and Perryville Now Mackvilles opportunity Every body ought to hear it Subscribe for The Sun 1 a year Had Covulsions Mr David L Humphrey who resides at Mooresville became seriously ill here last Monday as a result of having a tooth pulled He had been suffering for several days with the toothache and when an attempt was made to pull the tooth at Mooresville it was shat tered Mr Humphreys pain was in tense and when Dr Trusty began to remove the pjeces from his mouth it was more than he could stand He left the dental office and went down upon the street soon after becoming seriously ill He was carried into the County Clerks office where he had two convulsions Dr J H Lampton was hurriedly summoned and after considerable ef fortsucceeded in reviving the sickman Mr Bookers Age In a deposition recently taken in- case a now pending in the Washington n Circuit Court County Clerk W F Stateroffcfvou any I am twentyone years old reside near Springfield Ky and have held the office of County Clerk since 1869 twentyeone years Meetingse Prof G W Colvin Chairman of Re publican County Committee has issued RepublicanslWashington county on Saturday June 24 for the purpose of electing precinct committeemen The committeemen will meet in Springfield the follow ing Mondayfor the purpose of organ izing Jack McChords Speech On Decoration Day Jack McChord delivered a speech during the exercises at Tatham Springs which was very highly appreciated by the large crowd represent and one which made it plainer to his friends that he will sortie day rank with the orators of Kentucky He spoke eloquently of the gallant services to their country of those whose graves were being decorated upon that occasion and paid a pretty tribute to the courage and valor of the dead heroes LONG RUN Misses Mirtie Harmom and Lucy Crain of Enido were the guests of Miss Gertie Coyle Saturday night Rev H P Hatchett preached an excellent sermon at Beech Grove Sunday to A good congregation Mrs Ora Carpenter and daughter Rubyrof Stewarts are spending the week with her parents Mr and Mrs George Cocanougher 0Dirs Nora Best of Deep Creek vu ited R T Bests family Saturday and Sunday Mr William Russell and family of MrnGeorge Kay Saturday night Mrs Paralee Cocanougher visited relatives near Pleasant Hill Thursday Mrs Elizabeth Cocanougher visited her son George Thursday Miss Mamie Best of Stewarts was the guest of Mrs Ida Coyle Saturday night and Sunday Prof Charley Hudson of Stewarts and Messrs John Edwards and Charley Pope of Texas were among those who attended the singing Sunday evening given by Mr and Mrs Anderson Hol derman which was much enjoyed by presentMrs Cocanougher and daugh ter Miss Georgie visited at the home of Henry Lawrence Friday MarriedLast Wednesday Miss Lil lie Reynolds to Mr Ferrill Carpenter We extend congratulations About half of the tobacco in our com munity is set and farmers are looking forward with considerable interest to the next season A prominent farmer and strong Dem ocrat of seventy years standing of sinceethe r day the Yanks having stolen his razorI His looks are now so improved that his neighbors hardly know him and he might easily be taken for a rebel Sun will gladden these long summer days if tha people will only their doors and windows and letJ its beneficent rays in McCracken county ha93 8aG school children of whom 634 are colored c OLIVER CROAKE One of the Countys Oldest and Most Honored Gtizens Passes AwayDied Last Sunday of Pneumonia At Croakes Station in this county last Sunday morning at 830 oclock Mr Oliver Croake one of Washington countys most loved honored and re spected citizens passed away after a brief illness of pneumonia There were few men in this section who were better known than Mr Croake and there were few whopos sessed more loyal friends He was that character of man who made mends and kept them and when the news of his death was learned many expressions of sorrow were heard upon the streetS of Springfield The deceased was born in this county in 1832 and had spent his entire life near the place where he was born His life was spent on the farm this calling suited his nature because his was a sunny dispositionone that loved all the beauties of nature those beauties that are so vividly depicted in the meadows and upon hills of the farmMr Croake was married October 23 1856 to Miss Etta Shatmty and to this union nine children were born all of whom are now living among them being Sheriff Byron Croake of this place His wife preceded him to the grave on ly six months ago After this happy union was broken Mr Croake although retaining much of his genial nature was never again the same man and when he went away on last Sunday to be with her whom he so fondly loved here upon earth there came to him that sweet contentment which belongs to those whose lives nave been wellspent The deceased was a devout member of the New Hope Baptist church funeral services occurred there Monday afternoon The funeral was conducted by Rev Dr Weavers of Louisville assisted by the pastor of the church and Rev Williams of this place Dr Weaver officiated at the wedding of Mr and Mrs Croake and he also preached the funeral of Mrs Croake Mr Croake was a member of the Masonic Order of this place and his burial was conducted by the Masons a large crowd being present The funeral procession is said to have been one of the largest ever seen at New Hope which told plainer than words of the esteem and admiration in which the departed one was held by the people who knew him The Sun together with hundreds of friends extends condolence to the be reaved ones r Valuable tows Harrodsburg Herald Mr Ed Hulett of Jessamine county in speaking of the value of the milk cows and the income to be derived from them when they are of good stock told of two cows he has on his farm that are probably the best in the State From the milk of two cows he says his wife churns sixty pounds of butter each monthone cow producing forty and the other twenty pounds This butter if all sold would bring 15 each month on the open market or a yearly income of 180 Besides this income from these two cows they have skimmed and buttermilk to feed the chickens and hogs a fattening material that is useful 1YThe Curbstone Politician The curbstone politician positionAs dry dayWithout e He can tell what ails the nation And greatdealHe knows every why and wherefore Every thereforeHis tongue through every branch of government in wisdom fliesrHe argufies till when he Sees theres none to listen then Begs andioeshome LOST PocKETbooK On Saturday May 20 I left eighteen dollars lying on a desk in the Graded School building The money has disappeared Aigjfuiii formation leading to its recuy l j1 gladly received awl the perHi fur nishing such imf ormation will be liMI ally rewarded by tM tadenign di J J W Bunt I 1THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JllNE 7 1905 Or W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon S Barber Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Withi out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Vork Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block upstairs Ba Da LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massacnusetts Mutual always reliable and the best divldend paying company in the world Your insurance solicited Dr J H LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky T SCOTT MAYES Washingtonnodand Federal Courts CCMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky dill practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE l ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the oourjs of Washington and adjoining counties and the courts of Ap peals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW V Springfield Ky Will t in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals t H E WALTER ATTY ATLAW Springfield Kentucky practicinjoining counties 0000000000000 HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full tine of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness oooooooooooon DIRECTORY ringtleldKyAtty F M Cam bellL clerk Geo Catilett jailer M G Learninlin Master Commis sioner Croake Sheriff Deputl Ed Masters hharpsville Mdney Osborntf Spring field Richard Ishain Macville R H Mulli gan Trustee Jury Fund Court bovine Fourth Mondays iu February 31ac and October County Court B L ev judge W F tauntAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday In each month Court of Claims M ete at Springfield first Tuesday in October and April ounty Treasurer RoLt Xoa Other County OtfldalJas F Moore Surveyor Assessor Jay I Royalty T P OBrian deputy Supt of Schools J W Bush Coroner J Me ontgomery METHODIST CHURCH Kev J C Hoskinson Pastor Services on the first and third Sun days in each month at a m and M p m Sunday School every Sunday at 10 a m Prayer meeting every Wednesday night C Rev P F Henneasy Pastor Services every Sunday at oclock a m Services at St Rose same hours tiiusTUX CHDECH Eld WP Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month PRE8B atlx CHCRCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at a m and i In Sunday School every Sunday at 10 am PrayermeetinlteveryTbundayeveuing at 7 oclock BAPTIST Rev Wm Harrison WIl llama Pastor Preaching every at a m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sun day at 930 a m Prayer meeting Wed nesday evening at 8 o clock fsrlstratesDiR No 1 Jas L Mndd No2 J40 lL Gorden No3 R D Riley No4- Jas Divine No 5 J W Gordon o Jno O Polland Societies Masonic Springfieldlodge ENoand Thitrl3londay nights In each month r GOOCGOOOwOjwO4jO OOGOOOGOGOOC STAIGHTL TALK WRITTEN FOR THE SUN BY MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS fete WrG7 VVVVvVV GdGLdC- amping N Parties Of late I have seen several parties of very manly goodlooking men pass my w y seemingly bent on having a good di to see men ones I meanhave an outing they so much deserve it But at the same time I wondered where the wives mothers sisters and sweethearts of these same good men were I just wondered how the first named enjoy staying at home tending babies and slaving away at all manner of hard and disagreeable work I believe in outdoor exercise for the weaker sex you know that is n hat them n call us They aretoo much confined indoors they ate worked too hard I dont wonder that the bloom soon fades from their cheeks bright ness from the eyes as well as hope from the heartsIf the fathers brothers and beaux instead of going off in masculine style to have a good time and eat tiptop din ors while the women folks are left at home to eat meager dinners in loneliness would take their wives sisters and sweethearts along how much nicer it would be Should they ever do such a thing we will elect a queen to crown the hero of the day You see while the men areangling the ladies could be spreading the cloth Their tact and taste would beautify the feast and add a zest to appetite What man is it that would not prefer to have his various picnic dishes passed to him by the hand of affection rather than b f the brawny hand of servitude To whom would not a glance from a pair of bright eyes be more appetizing than a riverwater mint julep And just think of the benevolence the justice of the thing I wonder who will be the first to inaugurate this new just and admirable way of having an outing The first time I see such a party I am going to photograph it and send it to The Sun The Woman of the Future So often I have heard men say When I marry my wife must be this land that etc enumerating every physical mental and moral perfection land I could not but smile when I eXIchange have stopped and thought ofthe hearts perforated brokendown constitutions and abominable tempers which many Case Kentucky Standard of John Barber of Bardstown was OOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOI bright fascinating and innocent girls receive when accepting the wedding ring onehalf of the knew the previous life of the men would marry the list pf old maids would be longer tjian it is Now I hear some one say DouhtfuVVell if you do say doubtful now thank the Lord the coming womans alpha and omega will not be matrimony Necessity will not sour her into a pinknosed old maid nor will she throw herself any rickety old shell of humanity whose clothes need repairing as much as his morals No sir ree Bob The future man will have to jump lively He will have a long canter around the pasture for her if he isnt careful then she will jump the fence and leave him limping Com mon senseis on the increase arid new ousness novels and sentiment in cOn sequence are on the decrease Don for once I think she is going t throw her needle in the hay stack Oh no ButI do think she is going to quit singing doleful tote songs rolling up her eyes to the moon Heaven for bid that you should misconstrue my motive and think I believe she will grow masculine No no never I pray she may have warm blood her quick to rush to her cheek or tingle her fingers ends when her heart is astir Not for one instant need you think she will be narrowshouldered flatchested coldangular skimpy piece but she will be fullchested broadshouldered brighteyed large souled intellectual being able to walk eat and fulfillher maternal destiny as well asif it so please God togo to her grave happy and serene though unwedded for this world though it may do for men is after all but a narrow place for a womans heart to beat in How to Get Compliments You young women who wish to have yourselves written up asIe beautiful fascinating and accomplished pack up your best bib and tucker a towel and out of the back u stairs window some dark rainy night andjelope with your fathers hired help is a pretty big price to parfor a compliment but it will bring them just beIany twI or per cent e her case got into the newspapers BOYSDo You Want a Watch Here is the way to get oneA GOOD ONE GoWout t among your neighbors and friends and get H 4 FOUR 4 Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun watchi i The timepiece is an excellent oneguaranteed to keep correct time It an s open face stemwind stemset nickel casejust as the cut in this adver tisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or jto play and Every boy in every community In Washington County can get one if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRIIIGFIELDSUNItinued The case R et al vs City et al con If girls they at think and in veins at in climb costs on the ground of not having time to prepare and file their depositions This suit involves the extension of the city limits Shoots His lather Kentucky Advocate About 9 oclock last Monday night at his home on the Lebanon pike just outside the town limits Bud Lee shot partiess father had been to town and tanked up very freely and on his return andjbecame so incensed over the fathers outrageous conduct that he drew a re- Volver andshot him He has since died Sheriff McDowell went to the scene of the shooting as soon as it was reported but up to this time Bud Lee has made good his escape Sheriff McDowell says that the boys mothers face is all scarred and battered from toe beating she received Later Bud Lee vas found in the upstairs of his homes and arrested by Sheriff McDowell and Chief of Police Wood On Wifes Grave tHarrodsburg Herald Mr Ed Alexander received a mes sage yesterday that his nephew Har vey lexander had been found dead i LeXi gton When found he was lyin across his wifes grave in the ington cemetery He was employed clerk at the grocery storeof Shouse 8 Loony and Tuesday telephoned that he would not come to work in the after noon saying he was going to New York Nothing was thought of his ac tion and no inquiry was made about him The coroner was unable to determine the cause of his death and may have to hold an autopsy over the re main His wife was Miss Nelli Hughes of Frankfort who was buri e on decoration day two years ago He was hoticedby a grass cutter sitting on the grass weeping Some believe he was struck by lightning Hob was about thirtyfive years of age and went from this county with his parents a few years ago Protracted Meeting Marion Falcon I EvangelPa protracted meeting at the Christian church One is a preacher and the other is a and have had great success inImeetings at Madison Ind with 110 additions and the one previous to this was at Bedford IndIwith 232 additions Cuban Diarrhoea Cubaduring remedieshavewater Cuban diarrhoea is almost as severe and dangerous as a mild of cholera There is one remedy hbwk ever that can always be depended upon as will be seen the following certifi cate from Mrs Minnie Jacbds of Hous ton TeCasU hereby certify that Chamberlains Colic Diar rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severe attackof Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba 4himedy cured him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a me For sale by C J Haydon v Left HILLSBOROJ Miss Maud who has been ve ofsICkA large crowd from this place at gSaturdayMr Tolly Griffy and family of near Tatham Springs visited Mr find Mrs fdayMr and Mrs Colvin of Liey vis ited their daughter Mrs Luc en Pink ston Sunday Messes Ormsby Shewmaker and Mitt Leachman were in the Wardsvi le neigh borhood Sun ofSeveralat Willisburg Sunday nightofMiss Judith Montgomery spent Sun day with Miss EHle Coulter Mr W P Merritt had the misfortune to lose a very fine colt last weekfMr W C Cammack and of Anderson county visited their daughter Mrs J D Sutherland Saturday and Sunday Mr George Drain visited relatives near Tatham Springs Saturday night and Sunday Mr John Armstrong and family at tended the decoration at Rock Bridge Tuesday rightingV GeorgeWhad a bitter with chronic stom ach and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases the use of Electric Bitters I unhesItatinglyrec ommend them to all tin the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine to have cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do Haydondruggist todayJohn Rogers of Robertson county probably has the longest tobacco patch in the State The rows are a mile long with 1900 plants in r row V SIX CAiiDS1R OF BUGGIESSOLD THETRADEPRICES THE LOWEST If you want a good buggy a stylish TIMcClure 1 Wells gTheFarmer 1ylWill find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeverYWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best FeecinKdThe Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunmn This can not be o er makes of gasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and that too at a time when WorryandMcClure Wells Sprll1IIIt1 ai r 4 itt T a Phone us for Fresh and Fresh Fish u tN N NN NNN NNN urn A little early for ice but the hot days will come pretty soon and you will have to have it us NNN NNNN NNNN NNNNN N A MEAT MARKET can th- eBEST 4Ther coxOysters flee Telephone i co 4OUR We want to buy sheep hides beef hides pn W and tallow for which we will pay you the hihest market prices We are coostantly in the market for fat beeves + wwww ZZZ PX Zi ZI iti IZIZI tXi IZI WWWWW t ittM Springfield Roller k- MIISrj tPricle of Wa In an Springfields Choke Solid ComfortT- het above brands of flour sold by all Springfield + + ii+ + + + + + 1 IVArreted For Robbery Marion Falcon Sam Dale colored was arrested in Louisville Friday by Detective William Hogan at the instance of Chief of Police Thompson on a charge of highway robbery and was brought here Saturday and lodged in jail He is accused of holding up Mr Ben Crouch of Tatham Spring on Spalding ave ZWhere you buy wwuu WANTS grocers + + + + nue and Railroad street one night about a month ago and relieving him of some of his personal property Mr Crouch was returning from Mr Fersts machine shop where he was having an pasaedthroughcongregated there was attacked An organization of Meade county v farmers has purchased 3000 pounds of binder twine V r ir hrf t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 J 1 DO YOU wary TO BUY GOODS IN EVERY DEPART MENT OF OUR STORE At Reduced Prices JfCLOTHINGV V WW I jlistlypopulcrlnts and Vests and DratETje Coats and VestsV Hot Weather Goods- We are showing a great variety of wash goods in Figured Muslins at 5c to 20c White andFi Mired Dimities at loe 12c Organdiesl5cWhite and Black India Linens oc to 25c Persian Lawns nOr quality for 37Jn Organdiess ttY for i fish Linens for Shirt aist uitS worth 60c for not 50c 46c Corsets Underwear and Hosiery We carry the Tapering Waist R G Corsets in all sizes at 1 Every R G Corset is guaranteed Full line of summer underwear for men and women Large assortment of women Misses and childrens plain and lace stripe hosiery in white tan and black Parasols Fans Belts Gloves Collars at reduced prices c t t i r f VueorPorch Shades We are sole agents for the Vudor Porch Shades Dont Confound this sU1Sraysf r j IWall Paper Carpets and Rugs Special sales of pets Mattings Lace Curtains and WindowShades This is the season for Wall Paper Call and see our stock of the New Combinations at SJc 5c iic and up i rShols and Oxfords All the new things in Blacks and Tans Oxfords in Tans Whites and Springfield Patent Leathers We have the greatest variety of Fine Shoes ever shown in SHIRTS All styles and sizes in the celebrated Monarch Shirts in Full Dress Plaited Front and NegligeeJF1111 stock Qf Princely Shirts at 750 equal in quality to r f Cunningham Duncan Springfield Ky t r ARRESTED The Complaint Was Made By Bessie Hamilton Lexington Ky June 5 Thomas Cockrill who killed Ben Hargis and started the noted HargisCockrill feud in Breathitt county was arrested ou complaint of Bessie Hamilton who al leges that Cockrill went to her house during her absence and took possession of a picture An interesting feature of the arrest is the fact that the Hamilton woman was the innocent cause of trouble between Cockrill and Hargis wnich resulted in the death of Hargis closely followed by the assas sinations of Jim Cockrill and Dr B D Cox the brother and guardian of Tom Cockrill beItweenwith her and on one 01 ns v sts t see her he found young Hargis at th house A slight disturbance too place at the time but friends patched up a truce and after that Cockrill an Hargis seemed to be on good term- again This first quarrel however was soon started again in Jackson when the men met in a blind tiger and during the fight which followed Hargte was shot to death and Cock rill receive several wounds which kept him confined to the hospital for some timeThe picture Cockrill Is charged with taking from the Hamilton home is a likeness of himself which it Is said the girl prized very highly and whet she ound that Cockrill had taken pos session of it and thinking her long friendship with him was perhaps Broken she resorted to a warrant to got the photograph back ROBBED C L McClanahan Was Held Up and Robbed of 50 Covington Ky June 5C L Me Clanahan 65 West Robin street after being held up and robbed of 50 by three men on the crowded street car platform at the Lagoon rode to Cov ington on the same car with the ban dits who are at large despite the fact that McClanahan got off the car and notified the police McClanahan says he is the victim of one of the most re markable holdups ever accomplished- His assailants grappling with him went through his pockets so quickly that he didnt think to yell until his wallet was gone Then In the scram ble for cars nobody heard or heeded him He saw the robbers board a car He boarded the same one When they reached Covington lIcClan han slyly dropped off and rushed for the police He found them but they havent found the bandits MYSTERY Had Them Dressed But Wouldnt Tell Where He Got Them Frankfort Ky June 5A well dressed and handsome but mysterious stranger with two fresh bullet holes In his anatomy called on Dr C K Wal lace to have his wounds dressed The stranger was reticent and gave no In timation as to how he received theI wounds One hole was in the right shoulder and the other In the back just beow the shoulder blade The probe failed to locate the bullets so the wounds were dressed without removing them and then the stranger disap peared It is supposed he had a shoot ing scrape in some neighboring town and came here to prevent the facts leaking out by going to some doctor that knew him FOR SAFEKEEPING Bob Baker Transferred From Jail To the Penitentiary Frankfort Ky June 210 prevent the carrying out of threats of violence by a mob to Hob Bakor a negro of the town Gov Beckham had him transferred from the jail to the state penl tentiary for safe keeping Baker Is alleged to have offered un insult to the wife of Pete Baxter a white man He struck Baxter with a saw and was given a sentence in the city court A delegation of negroes called on the governor and asked him to protect Baker ACCIDENTLY SHOT Reuben Gill Was In the Act of Load ing the Family Shotgun min ester Ky June SReuben Gill ugpd about 25 years was accidentally shot in the left leg by a gun In the hands of a young lady as a result nf which his leg was amputated at the knee Joint He was railing on Miss Minnie Low fy when the subject of burglars came up and she declared that some one had t been prowling around lately It was suggested that the shotgun be loaded She held the gun while he loaded lttnnd In attempting to close the br ch It exploded wounding Gill In thejpg The young lady her sister and her mother are prostrated by the affair Money is being raised at Paducah to erect a monument over the graves of the three Brockwell children who were poisoned by their mother Subscribe for The Sun is1 a year 1 ayIAre you troubled with your eyes Do y ou have the headache Most of headahes a 4 caused from eye strain Eye strain and headache can be relieved Glasses accurately fitted Have your eyes tested and glasses byW C Grigsby the Optician of Bardstown He has the byl 1 and best eye instruments on the market IW T- fOR HIM Will Be In Springfield Saturday June 10 I IV j gesTested Free W1C GRIGSBY Optician z tTT BARDSTOWN KY T T Tu uT T Mh T + TWW + + + + + FORETOLD Death Overtook tne Aged Man Sut It Came In Violent Form Louisville Ky June 1 Predicting that he would die within a week Jas Foster 75 years old was burned to death at his home near Malott Post Office 16 miles from this city Foster was practically helpless from rheuma tism He overturned a lamp and ar he sat in a rocking chair the enveloped him and ended his flamesI ter left two grandchildren COMMON NUISANCE Tne poolrooms of Covington Ordered Closed By Judge Shaw- Covington t Ky June IBy a de vision rendered In the circuit court by Judge Shaw the poolrooms in Coving ton closed their doors the judge bOld- Ing that they were a common nuisance within the meaning of the statl uteesThe attorneys for the poolrooms ex cepted to the courts decree and will carry the case to the court of appeals INVITATIONWITHDRAWN His Invitation To the Confederate Reunion Withdrawn 1aLouisville Ky June 3Gen John C Black commander hief of the G A R will not be invited to attend the reunion of Confederate Veterans In this city June 14 15 and 16 John W Green introduced resolution at the meeting of the executive committee in charge of the reunion authorizing Gen John B Castleman to ask Gen Black to come but after a prolonged discussion Mr Green withdrew his motion Breckinridge Castieman has avian ed to feed 10000 people at the barbecue and burgoo feast to be given June 15 at Western park A Fearful Fate it is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Harry Colson of Masonville la that for Blind Bleeding Itching and Protruding Piles Bucklens Arnica Salve is the best cure made Also best for cuts burns injuries 25c at C J Haydons andI gist j A SURE CURE IIHe adjusteSECONDk V + + + l 11 11 ll Il Cant Agree Marion Falcon The committee appointed by the First and Second Presbyterian churches to consider the union of the two churches met in joint session at the First Pres byterian church Monday morning May 29 and organized by selecting R B Edmonds as chairman and C A Johns ton secetary Two plans organic and tentative union were presented The proposi tion of the First church for organic union the only one as stated which that church could consider was rejected by the representatives of the Second plan for a tentative union was then submitted by the First church which met with no approval The only proposition the Second church submitted was on the questionVof organic union which the First church would not considerVFrom the conference it is very clear to this committee that any union of the two churches at this time is imprac ticable It is proper to state however1 t that the meeting of this committee was characterized by the best of feel ing no prejudice passion or bad feeling exhibited in the least degree but the conference was friendly questions kindly considered and the meeting in every respect an amiable one All of which is kindly submitted to the two churches In Mad Chase Millions rush mad chase after health from one xtreme of faddism to another when ii they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regu lar with Dr Kings New Life Pills awayPrompt Haydons Mother Cleo has Dead Kentucky Standard Mother Mary Cleophas Mills for twelve years Mother of the Community at Nazareth died Monday night at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Louisville with which she had been connected for several years IONS FOR ItIfEUHATISHCUTSSPJW1f5I ED MUSCLES LAME EACH STIFF JOINTS FROSTED niTBURNS SCALDS ETC AN ANTISEPTIC that tops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues motes a free peculation of the Blofld giving the Muscles proJelasticityCURED i OF PARALYSISVWS Bailey PO True Texas writes My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballards Snow Liniment which effected complete cure Ihave also used it for old sores roet and skim eruptions It does the work II BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USCB REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c sac and S 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS U S A t SOLO AND RECOMMENCED BY C J HAYDON SpknjJkH Kyv 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905viL1 1 SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday June 7 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR IIJEntered at the postoffice at Springfield Xy for transmission through the mails as secondclass matterI TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION SLOOBIxMonthsThree Months S5 changedhaysIB going as well as the postoffice to which yon it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET COOTY JUDGE B Lu Liteey MayerComTYCLERLW REPRESENTATIVE W D CIaybrooke SHERIFF J S Osbourne RUPEBJNTENDEST OF ScAoorsJ W Bush JILERGeo D Catlett J ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CoROooERJ 31 Montgomery Mr Will Allen who fora num ber of years was the Washington correspondent of the Louisville Times died at Saranac Lake N Y last Friday He was a bril liant writer Readers of the Times will recall the W L A axyclesfromSpanishAmericanwar His style was peculiarly fascinating and there were few writers more wide ly quotedIt that Mr Awasone of the very few newspapermen who ever bested Rev Sam Jones in a sarcastic bout Up on one occasion when the Rev in rbNeweo ple of that city that the devilwas loose in their midst andadvised 4h that they make a determined fort to get rid of him When the meeting closed at New Alban Parson Jones swooped down upon Louisville bringing to the people the startling information that his Satanic Majesty was abroad in Louisville and made the same spiel about getting him out of Louisville that he made in New Albany Then it was that Mr Allen suggested through The Times that as the devil hfrecently followed Rev New Albany to Louisville possibly it would be wisest to wait until he followed Rev Sam to the next town It is said that the famous evangelist who is stingingrejoinder I come back at Mr Allen l Every loudmouthed blackguard in the community ought to be on the rock pile Swearing and the use of filthy language causes many a woman to retreat from her front porch to a rear room till the foulmouthed jabberer passeS out of hearing distance These blackguards never indulge in their favorite pastime di using indecent and profane language cjn the business streets of the town for the simple reason that theythough possessed ofno more thanpinch of intelli gencehave sense enough to know they are committing a wrong and that John Grace will hammer their hard heads with a bigstick but like untutored heathens they wait until they reach the residence portion of the town and then fairly blaze in profanity Now its up to fhe citizens to stow it- t That Indiana gentleman who was recently picked up by his very much better hover alf and pitched a fivefoot paling fence right out among a lot of buttin billy goats is doubtless of the opinion that the man who first referred to women as the weak er sex was a damphool and a liar to bootfDr Carter Helm JONes comes to the rescue of John D Rocke feller In a sermon last Sunday he said that he knew John D personally and had been entertained br him more than onetime The Rev Mr Jones Vouched for Mr Rockefellers honesty and for his Christian character He said that Rock efeller was charitable upright genteel and bighearted that the newspapers of the country had liedupon and maligned him and that his money positively his money is not tainted that it wouldanswer the purpose for building churches sending mis sionaries to heathen lands and endowing schools Well let it go at what Mr Jones says theres no need to producewitnesses to testify to the contrary for the Standard Oil Co would buy em before you couldwhistle the first two lines of Yankee Doodle There is not another county paper in the State or any other State for that matter that is do ing more to buildup its town and county than the Anderson News Every week the News is found pushing something along It whiclyshould the people take land consummate would be ofeat value to the town and county If those people over there fail to appreciate the efforts of the news we are mighty sorry we are soNclose to emiThe News is wort more to Lawrence burg and And rson county than its banks and bakeries IPestulancyare I i drt TTHOME L thebrainVIMALT s the key to the happy home A bottle a day will realize for husband and wife that connubial felicity that was the dream of their courtship days 15c Per Bottle at HAYDONS PHARAGY IJ The Democrats Washington county have already commenced to make preparations fora 350 majorityhaul andabellringing handclappingglorificationmeet ing right after the aforesaid haul is pulled ashore next November Has anybody got the spunk to intimate that Dr Carter Helm Jones delivered that lengthy sermon eulogizing Rockefeller for the sole purpose of telling the people that I have been enter tained by him on a number of oc casionsDEAR UNCLE SAi 1In view of the fact that Japan as wiped Russia clean off the bosom of the Oriental seas dont you think it would be a good idea to offer the Philippines to the highest and best bidder The Louisville Times an nounces that the new jail is now open But there is a very strong probability that it will be close pretty soon so if you want to git in and then git out go be fore the rushcommences Poor Russia I We feel sorry for Russia JAY J JIMPSOHS PHILOSOPHY Some fellers will wear specs when their eyes are goodaq strong an will walk with a cane when their limbs are like a race h6sss but did you ever hear of anybody wearing a adhesiye plaster cross th mall o their backunless they was afflicted in them regions Th world is crowded with people who will turn their eyes from a field 0 roses to see two cur dogs fight Wh enever you see a person who ont think about anybody but Hsself you can just set it down thalt the reason he aint in the penitentiary is because he aint een ketched up with Its mighty risky fer agal to marrj a man who mistreats his hoss Th smallest thing in the world Th feller who does little mean tricks Efa pup lives long enough he will g t to be a dog but you can lookround you an see lots o1 fellers who were babies forty years ago an who aint got to be men yit A fellers got to be a pretty goodfeeler to git along in this world fer threason that we have 365 nights in a year besides nu merous dark days- MOORESVILLE Brother Adkins preached to a large congregation at New Hope church last SundaySeveral of our young folks attended Childrens Day at Poplar Flat H Children Day at New Hope church has been postponed to the first Sunday in July Friday night Mr T D Sweeny received information to the effect that SHustonhadIheard that Mrs William Sweeny of Woodlawn had presented her husband with a tenpound boy but he survived the shock and thinks that Friday is a lucky day for grandchildren A was asked the other day why she didnt attend church and replied that she did not have anything fit tq wear Why lady pride and fine clothe will never take you to heaven though it seems as if a good many people think so- Miss Mollie Hines having received a secondclass certificate will teach at Fairview this summer Prospects are flattering for a wed ding in our midst at anearly day Among those from Valley Hill who attended church here Sunday were Mt Wallace Seay and family Clyde Goat ley Otis Settle and several others BornTo the wife of James Grigsby a tenpound boy Mrs Louise Settle widow of the late T J Settle fell last Sunday and is now in a precarious condition Although rio bones were broken she was consider ably bruised Robert Smith shipped a car load of lambs and sheep and OBrien Co shipped a car load of hogs from Booker since last report I am sorry to report the death of my friend Oliver Croake who passed to eternal rest last Sunday at 8 a m He was buried with Masonic honors in the New Hope church cemetery the re mains being escorted to the grave by a large number of friends I IITHEBIG STORE I A of mm 2 to 4 line of to lot of Odd y 1 to 6 In all of these goods we have that please at a sails factory price have no In finding what want Mesdames Mamie Ada Arnold and Ina Barnett were on the sicklist last week Miss Gracie Hatchett has returned a visit to friends at Frankfort Quite a number of our citizens went to the at Willisburg Saturday afternoon fce and Beulah Turner and Edna Haydon were the guests of Miss Ethel Turner Sunday Mr James A Cregor attended quarterly meeting at last week Miss Pearl Martin of Springfield is the of her cousins Misses Sadie and Ethel Mayes Miss Bertha Gabbard is visiting her and aunt Mr and Mrs Charley Sadie and Ethel and Pearl Martin and Sunday with Janie and Julia ArnoldA many from here attended the funeral of Mr at Sunday Dr and Mrs W T Barnett are vis the formers mother in Anderson county Mr George Warren of Perryville was in Mackville Sunday Mr and Mrs Nat Campbell and Mrs Barnett Thursday with Mrs S D Wilson of CrossRoads Sunday with Mrs Ada Arnold Miss Nellie Haydon of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs Shew tLowe and Gladys XSillespie Sunday with Miss Fannie Thomp sontThe game of baseball played here on June 3 the Mac vjlle and Wil lisburg clubs resulted in a victory for the home by a score of 23 to 16 Features df the game were the hitting ofIWycoff and Arnold and star game played by Foley at third base Rev W T Gordon will deliver his interesting lectureuA Sail on the Sea of Matrimony etc in the Baptist church here on June 10 atI 8 oclock p m and it is hoped he will have a Death of Mrs William Mrs William Lawson died May 24 at her home two and a half miles Mackville She had for a long Cool Comfortable Cool Level Heads and make the World move RIG- HT1WO= Piece Suits keep the body coot and comfort able during the hot summer days We have the prettiest most stylish line of these goods ever shown in Springfield at prices ranging 6 to 15 pretty line Oxfords Attractive Negligee Shirts50C 150 Large Pants Neckwear Underwear Hosiery something will you something nice Large assortments You will trouble just you Robertson Brothers MACKVILLE Kays Lettie Isham from decoration Texas guest uncle spent Saturdaynight Misses James Matherly Deep Creek iting spent CampbellMrs spent Calvin maker Misses spent between team hardI Hume Saturday goodaudience Lawson About from Bodies Make COOL LEVEL HEADS Will fromI time been a sufferer from an unknown disease and it is said that she had not been from her home for more than eighteen years She was about seventy years of age and leaves a husband and several children to mourn their loss The burial took place in the Peter cemetery on the day following her death- McINTIRE 1 i IMiss Dissie Hill has returned from Louisville where she has been th guest of relatives for some time Mr W L Thompson of Botland vis ited friends at this place last Sundajj Mr and Mrs Jesse Alvey of Loretto visited T J Walker and family Thurs day last 0 Quite a number of young folks were pleasantly entertained by Misses and Flora Keene on Sunday last SusieI Mr Mannie Alvey has position as salesman for T E Ballard in his store at this place Miss Bettie OBryan is the guest o Misses Sallie and Annie Mcintire this week Miss Lousie Blandford entertained the social set in a very pleasant manner on Sunday last Quite number from here will attend the Confederate reunion at Louisville It is very dry at present and quite a number have not yet finished setting tobacco and unless we have a season soon the crop will be much shorter than was expected- T E Ballard bought a cow of Wit liam Hinton for 35 Miss Emma Ensbr of Springfield is spending the week with her grand parents Mr and Mrs J B Ensor Miss Susie Keene was the guest of the Misses MuHican near town on Sunday + Mr Wil liaA land ford of Freder ickstown tisited his parents on Sunday HAPPY HOLLOW Miss Minnie Mattingly and brother Joe attended church at Mackville Sun dayPat Brewer visited at Rock Bridge Sunday Mr and Mrs Z P Leachjnaa at tended church at Mackville Suqday Rev Todd of Mackville spent Sun day with R M Montgomery James and Sam Coulter were in Harrodsburg Monday Lucien Pinkson and wife visited the latters mother at Litsey Sunday J S Yankey has engaged lambs from Felix Noel F M Shewmaker and T W Sutherland to be delivered in June The Sun shines in every home at Happy Hollow SYCAMORE VALLEY throngliesetting tobaccp The weather is dry and a good rairi is much needid We were sorry to learn that Mr F M Shewmaker is nursing a broken arm We are glad to learn that Mr F A Sjettle is out again afterhis serious ill ness fxMiss Maud Inmanis no better at writing thisI Mrs C Cammack and little IIdaughter Isa T spent Saturday night at Hillsboro with thdr tdaughter Mrs JD Sutherland BornTo the wife of Sabe Coulter May 31 a fine boy Our merchant is doing a good business and the blacksmith is busy A good many people attended the all day meetbag at old Fairmount Cemetery Sat Irday There was plenty of dinner dice water on the ground and the day was pleasantly spent Among those present from Hillsboro were Rev W E Sutherland and wife Mr and MrsJ D Sutherland Ormsby Shewmaker Mitt Leachman Thomas Coulter Mr and Mrs B P Prather and others A large number from the Valley attended Sunday schoolI and preaching at Hillsboro Sunday evening Rev Todd preached quite an interesting sermon Rev Kee wasafo present Mrs Annie Godby and children at tended church at Mackville Sunday Mrs Lee Sutherland spent Sunday with her parents at Willisburg Crops are looking well in our vicinity at present The Springfield Sun continues to shine brightly in our home r USR NfRKLSTixjun Boots Shoes Rubbers CKi LNtfir IMt ECBOOG5 I TTTTT- 1jTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 5 L j Ii1 HAISI HAISII HAISII 11 Positively At Your Own Price me dion INew Mrs WilliaI Ib1- Ta t i1Wf r OOOuepePePePepeOepp oe e THE FIRST n I National Bank in oF i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY S JCAPITAL S 000f Surplus and Undivideji Profits 25000 OFFICERS B L Litsey President e n John W Lewis Vicepresident D A C McElroy Cashier n LB Cain Asst Cashier n R E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORSi Lewis e n KH n Campbelln G eJnoft We grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have e not already an account with this 0 bank we invite your patronage ij 4eo ooo eoooop DftJ C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE RAGA Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M 3 Local News Notes Go to Carpenters for lamb chops Fruit Jarsextra rubbers and caps atf John C Shaders Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening carpen1tersFOUNDA ladys tan kid glove Call at Sun office Deering Pure Sisal Binder Twine at 11 cents at McClure Wells Keep your feet comfortable with Al lens Foot Ease 25c at Red Cross Drug- Store Binder Twine at 11 cents as long as it lasts at McClure Wells You save money and insure satisfac tion by using our Paints Red Cross Drug Store PICNIC BILLSThe Sun is prepared to print your picnic bills in a way toe attract attention thereby drawing crowd Get our prices and see our work Mrs Sallie Quiggins daughter of Mr T J Nally died at the home of her father near Bardstown Sunday evening of consumption Deceased was born in this county where she re sided for a number of years Interment ocourred at St Rose yesterday morning Eleven cents each for Deering Sisal Binder Twine at McClure Wells An inquisition was held in the Circuit court here Thursday before Special Judge J W Lewis to inquire into the mental l condition of Mrs Sarah E Hay don The jury found her of unsound mind due to extreme age and inca pable of managing her estate A com mittee was appointed to look after her financial affairs Next Saturday is circus day- HILLSBORO We are sorry to learn that MisslMaud Inman is no better Miss Pearl Barr of near Springfield was the pleasant guest of the Misses In man Suhday Miss Clora Derringer was the guest of her cousins Miss Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong veraldays last week Mr Perkins and family of Willis burg visited J M Shields and family J M Montgomery and Felix Noel attended church at Pleasant Grove Sunday Miss Clora Derringer visited Mrs John Wall Sunday and Monday uy Miss Pearlie Armstrong and Mr George Dean were in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood Sunday afternoon Miss Artie Sutton and Davis Noel of BrOoksville attended church here Sun day eveningi Mr Fitch Godby sold a horse to Bob Sutton for 60 Rev G V Todd preached an inter esting sermon to a large congregation Sunday afternoon He is cordially in againMiss Mr Ernest Shew maker attended meeting at Fenwick Sunday night Mr Thomas Coulter visited in Ander derson county Saturday and Sunday Misses Maggie and Zora Montgomery were the guests of Eva Inman Monday afternoon LOST Lost about May 28 in Louisville 1Ky a tancolored day book in which was an envelope containing notes to wit one against Jonathan Riley for 200 Mark Shewmaker 50 Will White 30 A S Kays 100 and Henry Scott 200 and others last two secured by mortgage A liberal re ward will be paid for information All persons are warned against trading for or discounting same This June 7 1905 R D RILEY i Flavor With True Fruit Extracts Flavoring extracts are food products They should be made from the best and purest materials i The only in making them from anything else is to increase the profits We make them right and can sell them for less than most flavors because you pay but one profit onthem and that a small one Our Orange Lemon and Vanilla will be a revelation to those who have not as yet tested them Sold In Bulk 1 Prescriptions a Specialty THE RED CROSS DRUG STORE DR P W WELLS PROPRIETOR eOOOOOe OOO eo e I Q Personal Notes IQ e noVisitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up of the Weeks a Personal News e QOChv Hagan was in Lebanon Sunk day Mrs M L Searcy spent Sunday in Louisville Dr M W Hyatt was in Louisville Tuesday Dr RoBards was in Harrodsburgi Monday i Mrs Will Durrett was inBloomfield- last week Miss Mary Lewis was in Bardstoyp this week sinMr A H Cunningham was ifi Louisville last week Mr Ferd Spalding of Bardstpwnj was here Sunday J LMr GeoE Medley left Tuesday for Chicago Ill Miss Irene Warfield is the guest oi Miss Flora Mudd Miss Mary Gleason is visiting rela tives at New Hope Mr James Spalding of Lebanon I was here last week Miss Della Campbell is visiting Miss Croake at Croakes Station t Mrs Clem Hill of Louisville i 3 visiting in Springfield a Ithe Mr Mangate of Louisville visited friends here this week Mr J S McElroy entertained atj Flinch last Thursday afternoon Mr Mattie McDowell of Danville1m was here several days last week Jack McChord and John S McElroy are at Tatham this week SJlIrtown was here several days last week Mr and Mrs John Clements ofj Lebanon were in Springfield Monday Mr Will Patterson of Bardstown was in Springfield several days last MweekMisses Mattie RobertSon and Mad mHaydonweek Mrs Huston of Taylorsville is 11WellsMrs S H Bishop who has been quite ill for several days is much imf proved t Mrs Peak of Louisville after a qlhasMiss Mamie Muir of Bardstown has returned home after a visit tb Mrs T DWeils Dr Ray JBoorie of Louisville spent two days here this week with his friend Dr Trusty Mesdames John L and Johnnt Barber have returned home afterh visit at Bardstown r Miss Margaret Russell of Bards town spent several days with her par ents here last week Mrs Katherine Hatchett of Mack ville is visiting her son Mr R BL Hatchett near town t Mr Frank Montfort of Bardstowni has accepted a position at the Red Cross Drug Store Mrs M W Hyatt entertained on Thursday evening in honor of her sis ter Miss Ella Durrett Mrs Ella Montgomery visited her mother Mrs T J Nally near Bards town the first of the Week Mrs W E Leachman who has been visiting relatives in Louisville ref turned home last Saturday evening Mrs C C McChord entertained 4 number of her friends on Saturday evening at a Cecelian piano rehearsal The Misses Field who were th guests of Miss Annie McChord arfc spending a few days atTatham Springs Messrs Hugh Marshall and HugH Swearangen of Bardstown attended the dance at The Walton last Friday night Mr Arthur McGill and Miss Nellie accompanied by their aunt Mrs Eliza pain spent several days at Fairfield this week Miss Marie Barber who has been attending school at Holy Rosary Academy in Louisville is at home for her vacation Mr Henry MSelecman and nepheW William Chi m were guests at darlastDr Latimer will return the latter part of the week and will occupy the pulpit at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday Mr Richard Spalding formerly ail employe of the Continental Tobacco Co of this place but now of Taylor ville was here one day last week tic CashDeering Pure t Sisal 1 BINDERS TWINE THE BEST IN THE WORLD Come IWhle it lasts positively we can not guarantee this pride after what we have on hand has been disposed of McCLURE iii WELLS Miss Elnora Lewis who has been guest of Miss Sadie Mayes for the week left Tuesday for Bloomfield e she will visit friends On Wednesday evening Mrs T D Wells entertained at dinner in honor of her guest Miss Muir of Bloomfield Miss Lewis the guest of Miss Mayes Misses Florence Edelen Sarah Simms Eddie Shader and Messrs Clements Charley Haydon Arthur Mudd attended the ice cream supper at Pleasant Grove last Thursday evening sisterMisstheir brother Drtohn Shaunty to iss Carrie Coleman at Danville Thurs day Dr George Shaunty will be best IMisses Gertrude Edelen Katie Ma- honey and Mildred Head and Messrs William Head Lawrence and William of New Hope spent Satur at the home of Mr B H Young near town Mr William Rogers of Lebanon was here Monday to see his brotherin law Mr Fred Hagan who has been ill Mr Hagan is now recover and his friends expect to see him out again in a few days The following compose a fishing party camping at Simpsons Island on Beech Ford river Messrs HM ONan F M Martin William ONan and Misses Francis Martin Eunice ONan Mary Haydon and Dorothy McElroy On last Friday evening the young men of the towngavea dance at The Walton in honor of Miss Lewis who is the guest of Miss Sadie Mayes About twenty couples were present and all report a very enjoyable evening Mr J S McElroy Jr entertained number of his friends last Wednesday evening About fifty were present all enjoyed themselves much The yard was well lighted by Japanese lanterns rind the house was beautifully decorated But the most feature of the evening was enjoyableI awaited the guests in the room the refreshments ThirtyThree Indictments The grand jury which adjourned last welt returned the following indictments Public nuisance 1 carrying concealed weapons 4 shooting with in tent to kill 1 housebreaking ly stabbing in sudden affray 2 seduction 1 breach of peace 5 flourishing deadly weapon attempting bribe 1 liquor without license 8 trespassl liquor to minor 1 Sabbathbreaking7 failure to ring bell etc 1 injuring property of another BREAD == = sixTICKETS ATyCONRAD HERTLEINS FOR 250 POLIN We had alight rain last week which put the ground in fair cpndition for is ploughing but the tobacco men are in D bad shape They need a season to finish setting the plants that are being destroyed by the dry hot weather Not much tobacco hasbeen set in this part of the county to this time Corn tiwheatChildrens Day will be celebrated at Mount Zion Sunday Lewis Reynolds has removed to Polin His health has not improved Messrs Kattie and Zelmer Hardesty of Lebanon are visiting Mr H T Scott this week Misses Bessie Hardesty Ethel Gor don and Mabel Keeling and Messrs Alva Foster Valas Pinkston and Eras tus Sea attended Childrens Day services at Poplar Flat Sunday Several boys and girls of our place attended the icecream supper at Wil lisburg Saturday night Mrs Amanda Cammack is no better at this writing v Mr and Mrs Clel Hardesty were the guests of Mr Bert Cheatham Sat turday and Sunday a W1LLISBURG The Decoration at this place last Sat urdayt was well attended Will Seay and family of Perryville to visited Jerome Wells and wife Satur day Sam Crumes of Salvisa visited his cousin E E Brown Saturday andtJ Annie Mae Tatum and E Carl Pinkston of Litsey visited their grandmother Mrs M A Shirley last week T J Trent and family and Davis Crow and family visited J 11 Trent and wife Saturday and SundayeMrs Tom Trent and daughter Miss Maggie of Antioch visited at the home of A B Wells Dr Mart Sutherland and wife visited his father Dr John Sutherland of this place a few days last week Mrs James Barnett and daughter Miss Jappie of Anderson county were the guests of Mrs Sue Merritt Satur dayOscar Shirley of Pleasant Hill was the guest of W B Shirley Sunday Dee Shewmaker and family visited at the home of P C Shewmakeir Mrs Snehan visited her sister Mrs Charley Mcllvoy at this place Saturday and Sunday The ladies of the Christian church of this place gave an ice cream and straw berry supper last Saturday night which was well attended the proceeds amounting to 39 The affair was a succl tlattemledafternoon J E Sutton of McAfee has been visiting his parents here Miss Elizabeth and Oscar Shirley at tended Sunday school atTatham Springs Lester Gibbs is home from school at HarrodsburgMr Charles Mcllvoy visited the Tatters parents near Maud Mrs Thomas Noel visited her parents Mr and Mrs Robert Mcllvoy Tuesdays of last week Mrs Lizzie McMillin and little son Donovan of Litsey were visitors at Jim Mcllvoys last week The Maccabee decoration will take place here Sunday afternoon June 11 The Van Amburg shows will eehibi- in the afternoon and evening lire next Saturdayr There will be a large crowd in town next Saturday to attend the circus fENWICK Mrs Sallie Thacher of Hopkinsville visiting her parents Mr and Mrs JBarker at this place Miss iMattie Begley is spending the week with Mrs Ella Montgomery at Springfield i Misses Lena Logsdon and Myrtie Martin of Springfield are visiting rela ves and friends at this place this week Misses Verna and Ethel Waltzen of Lebanon spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of J D Barker Master Scott Montgomery of Spring field has returned home after a few days stay with relatives here Mr Theo Fenwick bought a rubber tire buggy from Shewmaker Co for 120 Miss Anna Logsdon has returned from Penick after a few weeks staY with her aunt Mrs Cecil Mr Kent Rogers and wife spent Sun day with Mr and Mrs J B Fenwick Miss Jennie Logsdon visited her aunt Mrs Florence Willett at Pleasant Grove last week Misses Mattie Begle Ethel Rogers and Anna Logsdon accompanied by Messrs Joe Smith Bob Mayes Barker attended church at HardinfChapel Sunday Mrs W T Logsdon is spending the week with Mrs Le Roy Reed thisi week Mr and Mrs Will Nally were called the bedside of his sister Mrs Sallie Quiggins of Bardstown Saturday Master Lee Kelly of our town ik with his grandfather T P Kelly his week Quite a number of our people attended the funeral of Mrs Sallie Q ig gins at St Rose Tuesday The Van Amburg shows which will- xhibit here next Saturday Promise the people some unusual exhibitions I Kentucky fair Dates The following dates fixed by the different fjxir associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced daysvDanville daysFerndaysLawrenceburg Vanceburg August 164 days Guthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield daysBardstown Florence August 344 days daysGlasgow daysHenderson daysOwensboro RealtyBargaiiisi 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 960 walnutjat acres county splendid 200 acres tobacco land 62255 acres highly improved tock farm Mercer county 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg on ik at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tionTat 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 307 acres Spencer county a good one at 50 Exchange 340 acres hemp and tobacco land Garrard coins profithouses store shop 1600 Stock geed about 1500 Exchange for a f j And man otherpropertiata Writ ne if you wish to buyer selL W T EWBW Real Estate Agency Harrofrfcjsg JCy If t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 Comingi On Its Own Train r i THE GREAT Van Amburg Shows t HIPPODROME MUSEUM and TRAINED ANIMAL EXPOSITION WMwI j=WIliLEPOSITIYELY EXHIBIT 1fu r i Springfield Saturday June 10 43 Combined on a scale of Magnitude never attempted before COming in its vast entirety Bigger Better Greater Grander than ever before A mag laficent Display of Entirely New Features Grand Gigantic Moral Museum of Marvels 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 Feature the Largest Living HIPPOPOTA 34US 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 tp your city on wheels The Human Meteors the LaPearl Family thejgreat Perpendicular Artist i t WHEELERS MARINE BAND 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 Ithe coming event One i ticket admits to all advertised shows All Children half price No Gambling or allowed Honest and Fair Dealing the motto of this vast concern ITWO performances daily Doors open at a- nH 7 t aREMEMBER THE DATE SPRINGFIELD SATURDAY JUNE 10 IN A BATH TUB John Feeler of Nevada Suddenly Ex pired at Mount Sterling Mount Sterling Ky June3Jobn Fesler 61 years old of Gold Fields Nevada died suddenly here He was In a bath room preparing to take a bath when he fell to the floor and expired from acute indigestion He was ta native of this county but went west several years ago engaging in the min ing business He was a brother ol poel Fesler the horseman and was Malting at his home when he died He was widely known over the south and lwest To Be Sent To the Workhouse Lexington Ky June 3on account fol the numerous complaints received by him lately Judge Riley issued an order to the police to arrest every ns gro woman in the city seen on the Street and in the negro joints and bring them before him and he would I iMad them to the workhouse Rives the Nominee Hopkinsvilie Ky June3Joseph flG Mosely and C M Ieacham of this city by mutual agreement witbdrew Iron the race for the democratic nom ination for state senator in the Sixth Senatorial district and Frank Ryes A lawyer of this city was declared the ken X 33 all Compromised For 8400 Hart County News S M Payton has received a check for 8400 from the Louisville Nash vile Railroad Company in compromise of the judgment he recovered against it a few days ago at Lebanon in favor of Mrs Vernia Owens against the com pany on account of the death of her husbandwho was a brakeman on the Cumberland Division of the L N The death was caused by the falling in of an embankment of earth andstone near Hubbard Springs Lee county Virginia last September whereby the train was derailed and deceased was caught under the engine and killed The case had to be tried under the laws of Virginia where the wreck occurred and under the law of that State there is limitation of 10000 on the amount of jebuveiy for a death paused through negligence so that the verdict was lor the amount allowed by appealfroprom the appeal will of course be dismiss Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulder Thee are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is especially valuable If promptly applied save you time money and suf fering when troubled with any one of Haydon ON GRAVE The Dead Body of Harvey W Alex ander Was Found Lexington Ky June 1Lying across the grave of his wife In the Lexington cemetery cold In death Harvey W Alexander a promising young man of this city was found by Riley Dodson a grave digger Alex under was seen by Dodson just before the storm sitting at the grave of his wife with a handkerchief to his eyes but thinking the man was only weep- Ing he paid no particular attention to him Alexanders wife was buried just two years ago to the day on which he died on her grave arid his family think that constant worry over her demise caused him to collapse HEAVY A Fine of 3000 and Imprisonment For Two Years Winchester Ky June 2Ibe trial of Felix Feltner charged with con tempt of the circuit court of Clark county closed with the most severe penalty ever inflicted here for a simi lar offense The verdict imposed a fine of 3000 and Imprisonment In the county jail at bard labor for two years A motion for a new trial was made and an appeal was taken to the court of appeals A special term of court will be held In September to try B F French the Hargises and others charged with the same offen- seIMAGINATION KILLED HIM He Had Drank From a Pool Contain Ing a Dead Snake Owensboro Ky June 2Ell W Bo zarth aged 20 is dead at his home in Hawesvllle as a result purely of the Imagination so the physicians say Some weeks ago Bozarth drank water from a pool In which there was a dead snake He Imagined that he was poi soned and worried continually over having drank the contaminated water The mental agony thus caused brought on a serious physical condition which resulted in his death Papa Will Forgive Greenup Ky June 2 Conrad Han has returned from Cincinnati wheN he searched in vain for his 15yearold daughter Miss Cora Harr who eloped with a young man named Edward Boggs Mr Harr says he will with draw all opposition to their marriage if they will return home Received Their June2DesPIttllthe clared off at Kentucky State college on account of the Dietrich incident milterruptlonthe 67 graduates who had declared they would refuse them- STUDENTS STRIKE They Refused To Attend Class Day Exercises at Kentucky College Lexington Ky June 1Because Karl L Dietrich the class grumbler of state college Was suspended because of alleged remarks about mem bers eof the faculty made in the paper he was to have read at class day exercises there was no class day at the institution This Is the first time in the history of the college that the sen iors have gone on a strike They pass ed resolutions and determined not to accept their diplomas unless Dietrich Is reinstated The board of trustees now has the matter under consideration To the Pen Kentucky Standard Alex Clark who was given two years for shooting Louis Ballard James Wagner who received six for robbing the residence of Judge Daugherty and Andrew McIntyre who got two years for stealing from the residence of Mr B P Grigsby Sr will be taken tp the penitentiary Wednesday by the Sheriff and his depuies Dr Smith vaccinated them yesterday morning as the prison board requires this before they can be ieeived Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy placebuthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morbns Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan turn and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need It badly you will need It quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for snch an emergency Price25crlargeize60a For salt by C J Haydom Springfield o tH 1 Tatham Springs it 3 A pretty Scene on Chaplin River 4 ZThere are hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agon ies from cases of Brights Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas tric and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tatham water cures these diseases Write for catalogue of testimonials iBOARD Per day 2 penveekIOpe month 35 Tt IV HE HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky is situated on Ca Ersurroundingtheprospect is varied and sublime Chaplin river which is stocked with fine game fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which place it 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 + titT4e Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundred feet be surface pouring out its healing waters in sufficient quantities to supply ther 4world water is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative properties of the +most Remarkable character The analysis will suggest its curative properties but +the many wonderful cures of stomach kidney and liver diseases by the use of this + 1 water convinces us that nature in her subtle labratory deep in the earth has given +to it properties which the chemist cannot account for + y Mrs S E Wornall Manager Tatham Springs Hofelr W Talham Springs Ky + + HW T 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 Veteraq Pilot Is Dead Newport Ky June 3 Andrew L Pierce 74 one of the best IJpVn pi lots along the Oiilo river died at hii home 314 West Fifth street He was the oldest In point of service of all the Newport pilots and was the last ol three brothersall of whom were pi lots Azrael Robbed Hymen Newport Ky June 3Slnce the sudden death of Harry Mitchell a roll- Ing mill man It has developed that he was engaged to be married to Vise Sallie Lynn of Keturah street and the ceremony was to have taken place the latter part of June- McCarty Arrested Louisville Ky June 3W M Mo I Carty was arrested at the Victoria ho tel Detectives Simons and Murray al lege that he has been passing worth less checks at Bowling Green Me Curty had several checks on Louisville banks Refuse Motion For Change of Venue Russellvllle Ky June 3AmottoD for a change of venue has been refused in the cases of WR Fletcher John Sane James nnd Guy Lyon They are accused of beating and robbing Vincent Glader and assaulting hie daughter Woman Burned To Death Louisville Ky June 8llrs Bar tbtstroetmother Mrs Anna Gump 72 Is lying at the point of death from burns re calved while trying to save her daugh ter Louisville Races End Louisville Ky June 3Wlth the running off of an excellent card the spring meeting of the New Louisville Jockey club ended The attendance during the 21 days has been bf the record breaking character Robbed the Post Office Bardwell1 Ky June 3The safe In the post office was blown open bj burglars The robbers secured about 125 In cash 250 in stamps and private papers of Postmaster Witty Two Men Killed Owlngville Ky June3In a Clay county fight Thomas Frederick and Hale Edwards were killed after Ed wards it is said had tried to kill tin Frederick family No Time Behind the Bars Winchester Ky June 2The Har gises and B F French who were are rested charged with complicity In Marcum murder and Mose Feltner and Sam FIeldS have walked th streets in the daytime apparently without guards They stayed at the jail building at ighL Found Dead In a Ro9m Lexington Ky June 2Willia- Allen London Laurel county wa found dead on the second floor of house on Deweese street His death is surrounded in mystery He was the owner of large tracts of timber and coal lands In the mountains also real estate in this city- Assessments Raised Frankfort Ky Juno 2Theboard of equal iatzion passed on fou counties as follows Bullitt Increased 5 per cent Barren 10 per cent and Breathitt 2 per cent all on lands and personalty The assessment o Casey county was accepted without change A Dry Victory Cynthlana Ky June 2Judge Laf forty attorney for the saloons filed an agreement on the part of all the sa loonkeepers to keep closed on Sun days In future The cases against them were settled at the lowest fine The result is a victory for the drys tThe Road Sold Ky June TheCovlngton Flemlngsbtirg 8 Ashland railroad was sold to Louisville parties by Henry li Bradley of Columbus S S Bush of Louisville is now the general manager and R T Dudley of Flemlngsburg superintendent Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky June 2On the tobacco breaks the burley offerings reached 356 hhds and the dark offer Ings numbered 112 hhds Burley ranged In price frpra 425 to 14 while dark vaited from 350 to 7 The market was satisfactory Louisvilles First Heat Victim Louisville Ky June 2John Herman the 16yearold son of George Herman is the first heat victim on this seasons list of fatalities His physi clan Dr J L Carpenter says that death was due to heat prostration Robbery at Island Ovensboro Ky Juno 2The poet r office Memphis Coal Co store and the L R N depot at Island Ky were rob bed The safes in the store and depot were blown open The robbers secured 8 IBusln7ss Block Burned Hopkinsvllle Ky June 24 apposed incendiary fire at Crofton this county burned a business block The loss is estimated at 8000 with 3000 Insurance The wood of the soap tree Is falua bIt It is fine grained and takes a good polish Kentucky Bonds Paid Frankfort Ky June 5The last o Kentuckys registered bond Issue of 500000 made in 1885 was paid off when ten bonds of 1000 each with 200 interest were presented for redemption This leaves the state In bondsmof 1000 a treasurysto pay current expenses Must Dig Up the Dog Louisville Ky June 5 After tOIl deliberation the ground committee of the Cave Hill Cemetery Co has de- cIded to order Mr and Mrs W Y Hansbrough of 740 Fifth street to die B41rwas uried la c n casket Found Dead In Bed Hedgthome 10 West Front street Hedger Is a toolmaker and lives with his wid owed mother Coroner HIggIns be lieves his death was due to heart trou ble Boys in Stabbing Affray Lexington Ky June5wIn a fight at Spearsville this county Will Scott cut and dangerously wounded Walter Price a son of E EL Price They are 19 and 15 years old respectively Scott was arrested and placed In Jail here Mill Man Dies Suddenly Newport Ky June 5Thou Baugh 56 a mill man died suddenly at his home 235 Wet Tenth street He had prepared to retire when he was seized with shortness of breath and expired after gasping Once or twice Is Made Superintendent Lexington Ky June 5T A Wath en of Louisville has been appointed supervisor ofthe Kentucky Distillers and Warehouse Co and headquarters will be moved from this city to Loojtl vide The Indians of the Choctaw tribe in Indian Terrtory have formed a good roads association Pien a CltIft Gerstt Covlngton Ky June LWta Cw pin sr pioneer citiztm of this city died at his residue liD M ava5tSs o i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 7 2 TJLIFELIBERTY II 1 And The Pursuit of Happiness 1 Depends Largely Upon What i We Eat r j ii J t Ibi11i ftw3iI t r of By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1908 by Edward J Clods merciful to offending natives who thus condone their former crimes But howsoever willing he might be could one man do among so The Dyaks were hostile to him In race and creed and assuredly In iuriated against the foreign devil whoE bad killed or wounded In round num lose his life that night In attempting to bring water to the foot of the rock Even If the man succeeded in eluding the vigilance of his present associates where was the water to come fromI There was none on the island save j that In the well In all likelihood the Dyaks had a store In the remaining sampans but the native ally of the beleaguered pair would have a task off exceeding difficulty in obtaining one of the Jars or skins containing It Again granting all things went well night what would be the final r of the struggle How long could Iris withstand the exposure the I straIn the heartbreaking misery of J the rock t He shook restlessly not aware that the girls sorrowful glance luminous with love and pain was fixed upon him Summarily dismissing these gris r was about to crawl forth to the hp of the rock and Investigate matters in that locality when Iris who also was busy with her thoughts restrained him Wait a little while she said None of the Dyaks will venture into the open until night falls And I have some thing to say to you There was a quiet solemnity in her voice that Jenks bad never heard be fore It chilled him His heart ac knowledced a Quick sense of evil omen f ITS SO GOOD AND That Its Use Soon Becomes t A FAMILY HABIT Tarncamph Introduced Into the homeI soon becomes u family habit because dt ui be used with such pleasing results for so many purposes that it Ides not take long for every member of the family to find out its unusual merits Xo remedy for hurts aches eore and pains comet feo nearly being every boys faithful friend as Para caw h Containing no poisonous drugs or narcotics can be used without danger by either chdd or adult Be dug a cooling soothing external remedy mo harmful results to the stomach or and soothes his tired aching feet it cures Mothers Neuralgia and Tooth ache It beautifies Big Sisters complexion and softens the skin it lures Little Sisters chapped hands lips and lace Is the finest dressing for Big Brother to use after shaving it cures Little Brothers Bruises Scratches Bumps and Burns it cures Babys Croup Sore Throat Chafing Itching or Burning Skin The Paracamph bot tle Is a fountain of joy to which every one can apply for relief from any and oil aches and pains Do you keep It In your house If not why not You need It every day and should it tall to do what we claim for it your drug s Pure Food Is one of the Godsends of the country It strengthens the nation because it gives to the people a muscular strength If we should discover one pinch or package of impure food in our stock we wouldremove it as quickly as if it were so much deadly poisonI We buy nothing but the freshest therefore we have the best and freshest for our cus tomers Oriole Shredded Cocoanut For cake dressing pies etc It is pure and wholesome All kinds of extracts and chocolates VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY f NMcELROY BROS fifie Wings The Morning Imany Veryw 1that arkedI PURE it IJaru4Wlllhcures It Lbuavllet a i t He raised himself slightly and turned toward her Her face beautiful and serene beneath its disfigurements wore an expression of settled purpose For the life of him he dared not question her JThat man the interpreter she said told you that If I were given up t6 the Chief ne and his followers would go away and molest you no more His forehead seamed with sudden angerA mere bait he protested In any event it Is ha dly worth discussion And the answer came clear and res oluteI think I will agree to those terms At first he regarded her with undisguised and wordless amazement Then the appalling thought darted through his brain that she contemplated this supreme sacrifice In order to save him A clammy sweat bedewed his brow but by sheer will power be contrIved- to must be mad to even dream of such a thing Dont you understand what It means to youand to me It ungovernedtheir power they would laugh at a promise made to me You may be mistaken They must have some sense of fair dealing Even assuming that such was their intention they may depart from it They have already lost a great many men Their chief having gained his main object might not be able to persuade them to take further risks I will make it a part of the bargain that the first supply you with plenty of water Then you unaided could keep them at bay for many nysVe lose nothing we can gain a great deal by endeavoring to pacify them Iris he gasped what are you sayingThe unexpected sound of her name on his lips almost unnerved her But no martyr ever went to the stake with more settled purpose than this pure woman resolved to Immolate herself for the sake of the man she loved He had dared all for her faced death In many shapes Now it was her turn Her eyes were lit with a seraphic fire her sweet face resigned as that ijf an angelI have thought it out she mur mured gazing at him steadily yet scarce seeing him It is worth try lag asa last expedient We are abandoned by all save the Lord and It does not appear to be his holy will to help us on earth We can struggle on here until we die Is that right When one of us may live Her very candor had betrayed her She would go away with these mon rtrous captors endure them even flat ter them until she and they were far removed from the Island and then she would kill herself In her Innocence she imagined that self destruc tion under such circumstances was a pardonable offense She only give a life to save a life and greater love than this Is not known to God r man The sailor In a tempest of wrath nnd wild emotion hnd It In his Bind to compel her Into reason to Shal e her as one shakes a wayward child Hep rose to his knees with this half formed notion In lijs fevered bruin then he looked at her and a mist seemed to shut her out from I Is sights she lost to him already Was all that had gone before an Idle dream of Joy and grief a wizards gli npse of mirrored happiness and vague perils Was Iris the crystal souled thrown to him by the storm lashed wave to be snatched away by some irresistible and malign Influence In the mere physical effort to assure himself that she was still near to him he gathered her up In his strong hands Yes she was there breathing wonder Ing palpitating Ho folded her closely to his breast and yielding to the passionate longings of his tired heart whispered to her My darling do you think I can sur vive your loss You are llfe Itself to me If we have to die sweet one let us die together Then Iris flung her arms around his neck lam Quite Quite haooy npw she 7 ooJI sobbed brokenly didnt Imagine it would comethis way butI am thankful It has come For a little while they yielded to the glamour of the divIne knowledge that amid the chaos of eternity each soul had found Its mate There was no need for words Love tremendous In Its power unTutTiuinttbitT fiT TFs mystery had cast its spell over them They were garbed In light throned In a pal ace built by fairy hands On all sides squatted the ghouls of privation mis cry danger even grim death but they heeded not the Inferno they had cre ated a paradise In an earthly helL Then Iris withdrew herself from the mans embrace She was delightfully shy and timid now So you really do love meT she whisji pored crimson faced with shining eyes and parted lips He fondled her hair and gently rub 1lngersjThefair woman was entrancing It almost bewildered him to find Iris uestlingj close clinging to him in utter confi dente and trust But I knew I knew she murmurs ed You betrayed yourself so many times You wrote your secret to me and though you did not tell me If found your dear words on the sails nnd have treasured them next myi Heart What girlish romance was this lId held her away gingerly Just so far that he eouhtlook Into her eyes Oh drawing it is true quite true she cried the locket from her neck Dont you recognize your own ban writing or were you not certain just then that you really did love mer Dear dear How often would she repeat that wondrous phrase Together they bent over the tiny slips of paper There It was again I love you twice blazoned In magic symbols With blushing eagerness she told him how by mere accident of course she caught sight of her own name It was not very wrong was it to pick up that tiny scrap or those Others which she could not help seeing and which unfolded their simple tale so truthfully Wrong It was so delightfully right that he must kiss her again to empha size his convictions They grew calmer more seateItwas so undeniably true they loved one another that the fact was becoming venerable with age Iris was perhaps the first to recognize Its quiet certainty As I cannot get you to talk reason ably she protested I must appeal to your sympathy I am hungry and oh so thirsty The girl had hardly eaten a morsel for her midday meal Then she was despondent utterly broken hearted Now she was filled with new hope There was a fresh motive in existence Whether destined to live an hour or half a century she would never never leave him nor of course could be ever ever leave her Some things were quite Impossible for example that they should part Jenks brought her a biscuit a tin of meat and that most doleful cup of champagneIt exactly frappe he said handing her the insipid beverage but under other conditions it isa wine al most worthy to toast you In She fancied she had never before no tired what a charming smile he had Toast Is a peculiarly suitable word she cried I am simply friz Cling In thesewarm clothes She stopped For the first time since that prehistoric period when she was Miss Deane and he Mr Jenks she remembered the manner of her garments It is not the warm clothing you feel so much as the want of air explained the sailoV readily This tarpaulin has made the place very stuffy but we must put up with it until sundown By the way what Is thatt A light tan on the tarred canvas di rectly over his head land caught his car IriS gad of the diversion told him she had heard the noise three or four times but fancied It was caused by the occasional rustling of the shejSt on the uprights Jenks had not allowed his attention to wander altogether from external events Since the Dyaks Inst escapade there was no sign of them in the val ley or on either beach Not for trivial cause would they come again within range of Jeuks rifle They waited and listened silently Another tap sounded on the tarpaulin In a different place and they both cqn turred In the belief that something had darted In curved flight over the ledge and fallen on top of their protecting shield Let us see what the game Is ex claimed the sailor He crept to the b ick of the ledge and drew himself up until ho could reach over the sheet He returned carrying in his hand a couple of tiny arrows There are no less than seven of these things sticking In the canvas he said They dont look very terrible I suppose that Is what my Indian friend meant by warning me against the trees ou the right He did not tell Iris all the Mohammedan said There was no need to alarm her causelessly Even while they examined the curious little missile another Hew up from the valley and lodged 0n the roof of their shelter The shaft of the arrow made of some extremely hard wood was about teu Inches In length Affixed to It way a pointed fish bone sharp but not barb ed and not fastened In a manner sug gestive of much strength The arrow was neither feathered nor grooved for a bowstring Altogether It seemed to be a childish weapon to be used by men equipped with lead and steel Jenks could not understand the ap pearance of this toy Evidently the Dyaks believed In its efficacy or they would not keep on pertinaciously drop ping an arrow on the ledge a The last narrow fell nnd he sprang to the right of the ledge How do they nre nr usicea ins Do they throw it I will soon tell you he replied reaching for a rifle Do not go out yet she entreated him They cannot harm us Perhaps we may learn more by keeping quiet They will not continue shooting these 1Againthem in a graceful parabola This one fell short Missing the tarpaulin it al most dropped oir the girls outstretched hand She picked it up The fish bone point had snapped by contact with the floor of the ledge She sought for and found the small tip Seer she said It seems to have been dipped in something It is quite discolored Jeuks frowned peculiarly A star tling explanation had suggested itself to him Fragments of forgotten lore were taking cohesion in his mind Put It down Quick he cried Iris obeyed him with wonder in her eyes He spilled a tehspoonful of cham pagne into a small hollow of the rock and steeped one of the fish bones in the liquid Within a few seconds the cham pagne assumed a greenish tinge and the bone became white Then he knew Good heavens he exclaimed these are poisoned arrows shot through a blowpipe I have never before seen one but II have often read about them The bamboos the Dyaks carried were sumpitans These fish bones have been steeped In the Juice of the upas tree Iris my dear girl if one of them had so much ns scratched your finger noth ing on earth could save you She paled and drew back In sudden horror Another tap sounded on their thrice welcome covering Evidently the Dyaks would persist In their efforts to get one of thqse poisoned darts home Jenks debated silently whether it would bel better to create a commotion thus the to believe morItalrow fell rush out and try conclusions with dumdum bullets against the sum piton blowers lIe decided In favor of the latter course He wished to dishearten his assailants to cram down their throats the belief that he was invulnerable and could visit their every effort with a deadly reprisal Iris of course protested when he explained his project But the fighting spirit prevailed Their love idyll must yield to the needs of the hour lIe had not long to wait The last arrow fell and he sprang to the ex treme right of the ledge First he looked through that Invaluable screen of grass Three Dyaks were on the ground and a fourth In the fork of a tree They were each armed with a blowpipe He in the tree was Just fit ting an arrow Into the bamboo tube The others wqre watching him Jenks raised his rifle fired and the warrior In the tree pitched headlong to the ground A second shot stretched companion on top of him One man Jumped Into the bushes and gotfaway but the fourth tripped over his unwieldy sumpltnnj and a bullet tore a large section from his skull The sailor then mused himself with breaking the bam boos by firing at them He came back to the white faced girl I fancy that further practice with blowpipes will be at a discount on Rainbow Island he cried cheerfully But Iris was anxious and distrait It Is very sad she said that we are obliged to secure our owns safety by the ceaseless slaughter of human beings Is there no offer we canmrike them no promise of future gain to tempt them to abandon hostilities None whatever These Borneo Dy aks are bred from Infancy to prey on their fellow creatures To be strangers and defenseless is to court pillage and massacre at their hands I think no more of shooting them than of smashing a clay pigeon Killing a mad dog is perhaps a better simile But Robert dear how long can we hold out What Are you growing tired of me already He hoped to divert her thoughts from this constantly recurring topic Twice within the hour had It been broached and dismissed but Iris would not per mit him to shirk it again Sfhe made no reply simply regarding him with at wistful smile So Jenks sat down by her side and rehearsed the hopes and fears which perplexed him He determined jthat there should be no further concealment between them If they failed to secure water that night if the Dyala maln tamed a strict siege or tne rock throughout the whole of next day well they might survive it was proble matical Best leave matters in Gods bands With feminine persistency she clung to the subject detecting his unwilling ness to discuss a possible final stage In their sufferings Robert she whispered fearfully you will never let me fall Into the power of the chief will you Not while I live You must live Dont you under stand I would go with them to save you But I would have died by my own hand Robert mylove you mu t do this thing before the end I must be the first to die The sailor wrestled with the great problem He may be pardo ed If his heart quailed and he groaned aloud Iris he said solemnly whatever happens unless I am struck dead at your feet I promise you that we shall pass the boundary hand In hand Be mine the punishment if we have decided wrongly And now he cried tossing his head In a defiant access of every let us have done with the morgue For my part I refuse to ac knowledge I am inside until the gates ciajig behind me They chatted In lighter vein with sufih pendulum swing back to noncha lance that none would have deemed it possible for these two to have already determined the momentous issue of the pending struggle should it go against themAnd so the sun sank to rest in the sea and the stars pierced the deepen ing blue of the celestial arch while the patientlyABefore the light failed Jenks gath ered all the poisoned arrows and ground heir venomed points to powder beneath his heel Gladly would Iris and he have dispensed with the friend ly protection of the tarpaulin when the cool eyenlng breeze came from the south But such a thing might not be even considered Several hours of dark ness must elapse before the moon rose and during that period were their foes so minded they would be absolutely at the mercy of the sumpltan shafts if not cohered he their Imoenetrable buckler TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK e e e e e e e e e e e e e it V iZH4ZI4ti I1II 1i itiiZiiZ4 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo THIS MAN NEEDS A CHANGE OF Underclothing The Professor Ah a rare butterfly Ill get it If I am obliged IuTo swim for it I have it t But good gracious What a rapid metamorphosis It has developed into a turtle The subject of Underwear ought to interest you whether you intend to chase butterflies or not It is not probable that you are interested in sueh sport but every man is interested in being comfortable therefore I invite vonr attention to my excellent and wellselcted line of summer underwear Suits from 50c to 4 See the Fancy Stripe Silk Suits Negligee Shirts- I will have a line of negligee shirts in this week that will daz zle yon The prettiest assort ment ever shown Springfield the most reasonable prices Hosiery lOc to SOc Sailor Hats to 3 W T LEACHMAN ftfii fifitiftOfitOsO ol tl it Q n tt Q tk oO- r NeuralgiaAnd PainAH is nerve pain the result of a turbulent condition of the nerves laceratingdarting pain that comes from the prominent nerve branches or sen nellralgiaandis other pains Dr Miles AntiPain Pills rarely ever fail to relieve hese pains by soothing these larger nerves and restoring them tranquility Dr Miles AntiPain Pills leave no bad aftereffects and are a reliable remedy for every kind of pain such as headache backache stomachache sciatica rheumatism and neuralgia They also relieve Dizziness Sleeplessness Nervousness CarSickness and Distress after eating For many years I have been a con stant sufferer from neuralgia and headache and have never been abler to obtain any relief from various headache jjowdei and capsules until 1 tried Dr Mlles AntiPain Pills TheY always cure my headache In five minutes time FRED R SWIXGLEY Cashier 1st Nat Bank Atkinson Neb Dr Mites AntiPain Pills are Mid by your druggist who will guarantee that the first package will Benefit If tails he return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Peoples Deposit Bank I Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 3CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Gee D Robertson President Hon L H ThurmanQIcePruideat- J A Boulware Cashier Chas iL McChord Asst Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GrahamJuWreJ W Satterly T 3L Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOOCOOOO OOOOOOOOCOOOOOO LEO HAYDOX S B THOMPSON Ja HAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE SprihgfkW Ky Nice Outfits For TraelistMes- Puon 18 eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director t And Licensed Embalmer f SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown i Handsome Line of Caskets and tonal Rotes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 eoeoeQeooe Qe eQeae p CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES a The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5tOO The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 640 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 TO The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 fI The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournalone year 289 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SUN a Springfield Ky r 8 fTOESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 7 1905 1G4i Left From Last week As I have been absent for a short time I will try and add a few items to the columns of your newsy paper We have had a nice rain whichmade a splendid on for setting tobacco Ed Yocum and family and Rev E W Sommers and son Judson spent Sunday at the home of Mr Matt Wells Miss Hester Noel is the guest of her sister Mrs Della Carey last week Jake and Miss Katie Kimberlin have 11been visiting relatives in this commu nityMrs Emma Goff and family and Mrs Addie Mitchell and family visited nt the home Mr Matt Wells one day last weekOllie Willham of Danville and Herb ert Eddleman of Maud were here Sunday G W Jenkins sold a horse to Robert Keeling for 150 and bought one from John Jenkins for 100 The members of Mt Olivet church met there last Saturday and calledJXev E W Sommers as their pastor for an other year This is his third year at D that church and he is quite popular with the congregation i Miss Worley Royalty was hi our town shopping one day last week Our spring school closed last Friday As no one has been employed to teach our free school we would like for some good teacher to apply for the position GW Jenkins and wife visited M B Wells and wife Saturday Misses Claudie Maudie and Annie Royalty of Pleasant Hill Myrtle Durr of Cardwell and Mollie Hahn of John sonville attended church here Sunday Dr A Y Hatch ttand wife have returned from a visitto their brother Rev George Hatchett of Taylorsville Roscoe Brown and Frank Hardin were the guests of John Hungate Sun dayQuite a number from this place at tended decoration services at Wi1li burg Saturday Hollace Sommers of Cardwell attended church here Sunday- A tog rolled over Mr Jim Kays last week dislocating his ankle Mr John Noel and Miss Artie Sutton of Brooksville attended Sunday School here Sunday Mr Dick Lately bought of Jim Pier son i2 hogs at 4 cents per pound r PLEASANT GROVE Left From Last Week Thompsonavisited their sister Mrs Steve Thomp- sonr of Springfield last week Mrs Kelly of Springfield visited her t 1rEEEEfeEE t TII f T IIIC I- It II IIK T II T tEEEEEES T JIfrEEteEi That tick on time can be bought JJ aWIf 11iTnice line of jewelry Have your eyes tested and glasses fitted jjj Call and see him m n 33333IGEEE333WORK iY a I 3asIIII II I tTIt near tk ji iII w Wst YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolute cures piles As an evidence of its derful curative properties Dr Thomas now hason filein his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having bee on the market about one year and th 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boXes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS f KYb daughter Mrs Will Duncan last weekMiss Ida Young of Springfield vis ited her uncle here last Thursday and FridayMr Byon Parks was in Louisville on business the first of the week Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke visited the latters parents here last Saturday and Sunday Mr Andrew Yankey who has been attending school at Lexington has re turned home Mr Ed Duncan was in Springfield on business Saturday Mrs S J Smock and children of Springfield visited Mrs Will Merritt Lizzie Mae Gregory has gone to Lexingtonand Paris to visit relatives and friends Misses Graham and Davis VanArsdale were in Springfield last Saturday Messrs Roscoe Inman and Clarence Young visited relatives near Freder jckstown Sunday Miss Kate Mayes visited Misses Eleanor arid Sue Duncan Sunday Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev 0 Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville N Y will interest you He says I suffered because of a presistent cough resulting from thegrip I had to sleeP sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings Ne Discovery for Consumption Coughs an Colds entirely cured my cough and saved me from consumption A grand cure for condition of Throat and Lungs At C J Hoydens druggist price 50c and 100 guaran teed Trial bottle free For a Fair Trial Russellville Ky June 1 Testimony was taken in the case of Polk Fletch er John Sacre and Jim and Guy Lyon for a change of venue The men are charged with rape The general opts ion of nearly all the witnesses was that the prisoners could get a fair and impartial trial here The Bump Was Fatal Bowling Green Ky June 1MI8 George Gaddis accidentally struck he head against a door Sunday while vis a neighbor A slight bump was raised bit no attention was paid to the accident Wednesday morning Mrs Gaddis died from a blood clot on the brain Brakeman Killed Covington Ky June 1 Tarry Dot 28 an L d N brakeman of StateI street was killed while his train waa crossIng bridge at Sanders Ky He was at work between the engine and water tank when his head struck column of the bridge and het was hur- ed out Emptied Both Barrels Central City Ky June IJasper L Whitehouse shot Joe Irvin four tim es with a shotgun at Cleaton three miles south Irvin was drinking and threatening Whltehouse who was at hi own home He emptied both barrels of the gun and reloaded Refused Request To Send Troops Bowling Green Ky June 1 Gqv Beckham has refused a request of at torneys for William and James Lyon Poulk Fletcher and John Sacra accused of assaulting a white woman that a company of militia be sent to protect them during their trial Warner in the Asylum Louisville Ky June 1Guar took George B Warner to the West ern asylum for the insane at Hopkin- ville because the asylum at Lakeland Is crowded He was seemingly unmindful of what was transpiring Charged With False Pretenses Paducah Ky June 1Lee Haw kins machinist arrested on the charge of obtaining money by false pretenses Is alleged to have fleeced a large num ber of young men out of from 3 to 5ofY pretending to secure them jobs Fight To Death Between Duelists Campton Ky June IAs a clam axfar to ill feeling Lillard Brewer and Ploy Spenco engaged in a pistol duel at Bridge church and continued to sh until both lay mortally wounded the crouiid founda Cure for Dyspepsia Mrs S Lindsay of Fort Vf lia Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspepsia and great pains in the stomach was advis ed by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets She did so and says I find that they have dosIelotme a greatideal of good 1 have never had anp suffering since I began themIf troubled with dyspepsia take these able byJC YAn organization of Meade county farmers has purchased 3000 pounds of binder twine 51eCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMED THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUI MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield r onoononoononen IttWorth Remembering p 0 on nnne en nenn MEDICINE FOR CAMPERS How to Treat Wounds and Cuts When Camplnir Out Those who camp out In the summer jor take long trips through the woods will get some useful suggestions lu the following article from Forest and Stream Did you ever notice how awkward one always Is with his hands the first twot or three days on a trip IUthC theethorn encountered and tho result is a pair of hands uiorp or less damaged Adhesive plaster Is good but I have found a compound made as follows most useful and comforting Equal parts by weight of Japan wax mutton tallow and vaseline melted together While warm add half as much glycerin Trill n metal primer bob with this and at night rub It well into the hands It Is neither sticky nor unpleasant and vlll cure damaged hands or chapped lips very quickly I have never tried It but If raw linSeed oil will mix rely with this compound It will be alonedon a It heals quickly all surplus must be rubbed oil or it will ruin any fabric with which It conies Into contact and can never be removed In any ordinary wayTincture grkkleUa should never be omitted as It Is a rapid and certain cure for ivy poison and will alleviate the suffering Induced by the bites of chlggers sand flies and mosquitoes I consider It the most valuable Item In ones ditty box for summer trips A three ounce bottle of equal parts linseed oil and limewater Is worth its weight In gold for sunburn and for ordinary burns as well An ounce bottle of chloroform will surely drive chig gers and ticks away Lacking this 1use grain or wood alcohol Either ono must be applied locally for these pests are not removed by ordinary means A tiny tin box of mercurial ointment will prevent rust In firearm barrels In which nitro powders are shot If tho barrel Is cleaned thoroughly beforenp plying the ointment on a cloth patch tlck9yare prove the occasion though dot pleasant to apply to ones person Shellac or spar varnish will keep cut closed If covered with a bit of mu thiof have been dipped shellac and dried should be kept hand In n vaseline bottle These are good medicine when everything is wet inn to Get Into a Hannom When two persons are about to ge IIInto a hansom common politeness prompts the first one to cave the sea nearest to the pavement vacant so the second person may be able to ente easily Tills the theory of the thing but prairtlrnl experience tells one that It is easier for auone getting Into a hansom when some one else Is already there to take the seat farthest from the pavement than to tale the one on the offside Therefore If tyou are the firs to get Into a ha n take the sea nearest to the pavement and your com ovedsr show to Kill Dandelions In regard to the trouble owners of lawns anti grusa plots have in keeping them free from the pestiferlous dande lion a benevolent citizen who has ex perienced lots of this trouble writes to the Portland Orcgonlan to say that many people bring more of this trouble on themselves by trying to extermi note dandelions by cutting the plant just below the ground A great deal of this Is done early In the spring by people collecting dandelion greens they being an excellent cland wholesome pot herb This it la causeTaroot to throw out several shoots dauonCOrrtRponc t d writes to Impress his fellow sufferers that If when they out oft the dandelion plant below the ground they will drop coalmoil on the root left In the ground Jt will effectually kill It This may seem a troublesome Job but to one who Is set on keeping his gross plot clear of dandelions it will lu the end sago a of trouble StarchortgAfterusing n howl of starch do pot throw away what Is left Put the basin on one side and when the starch has dropped to the bottom pour off the water Place the basin In the oven for live minutes The starch will be found in hard cakes and can be put away ready for use another day How toi Put Ropes In Windows To put new ropes In windows take oft the strips and hold the lower sash In place You will find a pocket In the casing about ten Inches from the bottom where the weights are conceal ed Take the old ropes from the weights and sash taking note of the method of Cut the rope t be put In thrcequarters as long as th window Take a small piece of Iron BasYrope Drop the weight throu the pulley until It comes down to th pocket Pull the rope through the pal ley and fasten It to the window weight and the sash In the same manner as the old one Replace the sash and the aide rifrilys J Springfield Market Bncou Hams 15c Sides 12q Beeswax 21c per pound Butter 20c her pound ChickensHens 8c Spring lie to 18c Dried apples 5c her pound DuckH 8c per pound corn Mealc to 75c per bushel Eggs 12c per dozen Feathers 40c per pound Flour 320 to t3 40 Ginseng 8750 per pound Grain Wheat cIHidesGrecnLard lOc per pound Lime to SLoo per barrel Mill products Bran Jloo shipstnff 130 per pounds Potatoes Country flic to 75c Onions 510- 0SaltS145 and 185 per barret Turkoys 5c per pound Tallow leper pound VineKar 23c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry end greasy ilWcclear of grease 20g tub washed 28c Country Sgrghum4c to roc Geese lOc a peace Onion Sets I5o Louisville Market CATTLE choice to prime shipping steers 25 to 5 go Medium to good shipping steers boo to 5 choice butcher steers to 85 Medium to good butchers 75 to 425 common to medium butchers 3 00 to 3 50 canners IOoto150 Good to choice feeders 00to45o- cominmon to medium feeders 400to360 oood to extra stock Hteors 3 50 to 00 common to medium stock steers 2 to 3 oood to choice stock heifers 8 50 to 3 00 common to medium stock heifers 171 to 226 plain light mixed stockers 2 to 2 faood to choice bologna bulls 3 00 to 3 49 Medium to good bulls J 2siO t6 3oo choice veal calves I 5o to 5oo common to medium calves 3 00 too 00 choice to fancy mulch cows 80 00 to 35 oo Medium to good milch cows20 00 to 25 00 plain common mileb cOwS15 00 toO 00 HOGS choice pack butch Zoo to 3oo lbs 5 35 Medium packers ldo to 200 Ibs 5 35 t choice light ship 12o to 20o llw 5 choice pigs 9o to 12o lbs 5 Si oood pigs Jk to loo llw 4 40 tight pigs 5o to llo Ibs noughs 15o to 5oo Ibs i 00 to4 85 SHEEP AND L MBSIoood to extra shipping shcep Fair to good 2 tito3 25 common to medium 2 oo to 2 49 Ducks 2oo to 350 extra shipping lambs 5 So to 6 uect butcher lambs 5 oo to 5 Fair to good butcher Inm to 5 oo JejtIIJcommon tailend lambs to too SPARROW Left From Last Week pastsare tonandyprospects for good crops of and oats are encouraging Among those who attended court at placet Edtmonson WaggonerrElder W E Sutherland and wife of Hillsboro were the pleasant guests o- fVC Cammack and wife Saturday rjight Elder W E Sutherland preached two very interesting and instructive ser theton congregations were large and all who heard him were well pleased and say Come again Brother Sutherland Mr GraySon Searcy who is employed at B F Avery Sons plow factory Louisville is visiting his mother here this week Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa were shopping in Bloomfield last Saturday Mrs Lizzie Morgan and two sons Vivian and Carl visited Mrs Allie Bar nptt one day this week Mr W Moore and family visited his SaturdaytdMrs Maud Moore who has been on the sick list the past few days is some better at this writing There was a good crowd in attend ance at court here Tuesday Mr Joseph Hays of near Sharpsville L stands for Iris The Eyes window curtain Its duties are many And ever most certain To this delicate nerve force That shuts out the light We owe in a measure lighteE M RUSSELL OpticianeWhen yoqget re dyto buy your cut this advertise went out and bring it to me and get 25cents off v tN t3WOVm 88 ILLINOIS CENTRAL 0RAILROAD8 Special Summer Excursions via California and Colorado and to The Lewis and Clarkson Exposition Portland Oregon at special re i pointsinC kansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas B T T l1lT i 0On first and third Tuesdays each month IOnl Line Running Through Personally Conducted Sleepers Texas Louisville to California A rizonia New Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands f w HARLOW G P A Louisville Ky Ii CGCOGOOOOCQOCOOOOGOOOOOOOO ta QQQeoeQQeoeOQQOOoe p gg cre g Qg a Oeg Oegeo 0 f n ino FOR n a n 0 o ti1J n 1905 q I 11 n n- e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN anw a 4 willn I SaveMoney selectingo vourareading matter o from The Suns Club bing list a 0- ti The aaaao L and N Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrivas at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstown Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville is building chimney for R N Vowels of this place Mrs Susan Hyatt wife of Squire John Hyatt died at Lawrencebtirg on the 16th Deceased lived for num ber of years at this place was good Christain woman and well liked by all who knew her and all are sorry to hear of her death All who read The Sun are well pleased with it but it is very scarce in this vicinity and sometimes fails to shine A call session of court convened at this placeylast Tuesday with Squire Gunter the bench There was one case on the docket the Commonwealth against Richard Breeding for stealing chickens He was held to answer at the quarterly court at next Monday and upon failure to give bond was to jail Richard started to market with dominecker under his arm dreaming little ofany harm bu talas some one was on his trail Let others of like intentions take warning On the same day Mr W IX Sparrow swore out peace war ranty against Jim Breeding and son Wade who were also arrested and sent to jail default orbail Jim Breeding iIJoAS n Bryans COmmonerL75Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald L25 Nashville American 150 nWeekly Cincinnati Enqtnrer L75 Weekly Atlanta Constitution L75 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 nSemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat L75 ThriceaWeek New York World L75 nHome and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 oAmerican Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 nFarm and Fi de L35 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 o Lippincotts Magazinex 285 n400 Ledger Monthly 175 aHarpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny Sounth 150 ci e Address Sun Springfield Ky 0 + a qenn a o fnoQ n Railroad Time Table Incoming Outgoing a a a J L o Lawrenceburg committed a a n r f f perslyrn j s j t p onlyNo 825 p m 735u650 600u DailyNo 530 a m 617u703 J55u DailyNo 1240 p ml 11KX a m 930 7 onlyNo 715 a m 800u 845u 935u rDailyNo 41 645 pIn552 502u l 410u DailyNo i 120 p In ti 220u410 p In 545 p In 4 is a wellknowncharacter in Anderson Nelson and Washington counties He was raised in the latter county from which he has been sent to the peniten tiary twice for grand larceny READ THIS MILLEDGEVILLE KY Jan 1 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SirI have been a great sufferer from yhomeTexas Wonder has cured me and I am satisfied it saved m life and I can cheerfullyrecommend it to ladies suf troubleRespectfully A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney arid bladder troubles removes gravelcures lame backs rheumatism kidneysand cJuldrenIfsent by majUon receipt of l One small two months treatment cureDr i 0 Box 628 SL Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all drugyMt