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T i mht i tth uu t J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY yILIME L SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESIAY JUNE 21 1905 NHMIEI 3ft SHOOTING AFFRAY Between Gty Marshal Grace and Thomas and John Bailey in Which the latter Received Two Severe Wounds One Horse K led A serious shooting affray occurred here Saturday night at about 9 oclock between City Marshal Grace and John and Thomas Bailey in which John 4 Bailey received two severe wounds These young roan live in the Texas neighborhood of the county and came into Springfield about 8 oclock Satur day evening claiming to have come from Harroosburg They were accom panied by James Purdom and all were under the influence of whisky While on the street they were verynoisy andj itis alleged used foul language Mr Graces attention was called to the disturbance but when he went to quiet them the boys could not be found As soon as they got into their buggy and started home however they created considerable excitement by their loud and abusive language toward Marshal Grace as they drove at a rapid gait through Main street Marshal Grace jumped into a buggy and gave pursuit ov g them near the forks of the roadon East Main street where all three were placed under arrest The marshal took Purdom in his buggy and forced the two Bailey boys to drive in front Just before reaching The Wal ton Hotel the Baileys laid whip to their horse and dashed up the Lebanonpike Grace gave Purdom into the custody of- Dlr Ben Simms whom he had summoned to help make the arrest and again save pursuit For some reason the boys turned and were met byGrace but were not recognized by him until it againfgot them just before reaching the forks of the road and commanded that they surrenc der Instead of obeying Marshal Grace states they began to fire at him Then it was that the marshal began shooting He fired five shots two of which took effect in the arm of John Bailey one entering the elbow break ing his arm and the other enter ing near the shoulder Neither of the wounds are considered dangerous and unless complications arise will be out in a few daysIThe horse which Marshal Grace was driving and which belonged to Mr Ben F Simms was shot through the neck and also through the bowels and died from the effects of the wounds McINTIRE fpMrTetto were guests of relatives at this place on Saturday last Mrs Lula Kimball of Elizabethtown isited her sister Mrs C M Brengle and other relatives here last week Mrs Joseph Medley of Loretto accompanied by her sister MrsJ Walker of Kansas was the guests of Mr and Mrs R P Blandford on Sun dayjMiss Laura Wheatley has returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Mr J B Alvey after a short visit to Datives here and at Lorettoj has returned to his home in Fulton Ky Misses Lossie and Mary Rose Fields visited Mrs Frank Willet one day last T F KSdwell and family attended the commencement at Gethse mane on Wednesday Miss Edna Edelen Misses Lassie and Mary Rose Fields and Mrs T E Bal lard were among the number who at tended the commencement at Lortto TuesdayMiss Keene has returnhd frem Louisville where she visited friends during the reunion Mr Hillory Mclntire virited his sis ter Mrs Caroline Thompson ne Lebanon last week Died in Kansas- It was with a feeling af sadness that we heard of the death hi Kansas of our friend and schoolmate Mri John Mont of Mr and Mrs R B iontgomery of this place which oc curre last week HIS has cas s shadoW over this entire community where he is so well and favorably r tiered and we Jom many ends hire in to his bereaved- ami whatever condolence hum yin ihy can give that who knows how to hush every irill give to him the place of resigns tJoo to wilL Lancaster Will Case Reversed The court Judge Barker writing re versed the judgment of the Nelson Circuit court in the big will case of R B Lancaster against S P Lancasters executor and others and remanded it for further proceedings The contest i will of S P Lancester who dietMay 61902 The will was admit ted to probate and sustained by a jury in the Nelson Circuit court He devised to Celia Mudd his negro housekeeper the home farm of 840 acres and all the rest of his estate to St Monicas Catholic scoool for colored persons at Bards townThe will is assailed for alleged lack of testable capacity and undue influence The reversal by the court here is because of errors in instructions and in competent evidence Stock Burned Marion Falcon Fire destroyed the barn on the farm of Judge H W Rives about 2J miles from this city Thursday night The fire was discovered by Mr Sam Walton who lives on the farm about 1130 oclockand before he could get to the barn the roof was falling in and it was impossible to save anything Besides the barn the following was burned The two fine young mares the Judge recently purchased for 290 a four yearold mule worth 150 and 100 bushels of corn a lot of new clover hay and many small articles of consid erable value His loss is estimated at 900 with on insurance LITSEY Miss Graham VanArsdale still continues very ill Rev J A Sims and daughter Edith spent Saturday night with the family- of J S Leachman Mrs Sallie Gregory and Susie Moor- ereturnedhome from a visit torelatives in Boyle county Messrs Erastus Trent and James and Nat Thompson of Pleasant Grove attended church at Hillsboro Sunday E M Leachman was at Black Ky SundayMr James Murphy of Lincoln county is the guestof Miss Katie Bal lard Mrs Ed Burch who has been on the sick list is convalescent WilL Merritt lost a fine colt last week by getting cut on a barbedwire fence Johnnie Walls and family were the guests Mrs John Armstrong Sunday Harvey Leachman attended the party at Allan Suttoni on Long Lick =Sat- urday night Mrs AL Litsey and charming daughter Miss Frances were the guests of Mrs Julia Le man last week M tes Harrodsburg Herald Mrs Frecie Cloyd a most estimable lady who lives in the west end met with a very serious accident last Monday She was working at an ash hopper and stepped on a hoe the handle of which flew up and struck her in the She has suffered much from the injury and grave apprehension is felt that she will lose her eyesight S S Robinson the Cincinnati South ern engineer who lost an eye by the bursting of a gauge in his cab has finally been given 2500 damages A jury here gave him 5000 but the Federal Court cut it to 2500 and the U S Supreme Court has just con firmed the last judgment The Mercer County Teachers Insti tute will convene at Harrodsburg Academy July 17 and continue five days The institute for colored teach ers will be held in Harrodsburg the week beginning July 3 Manuel Steele and Phillip Thompson Sallee spent last week fishing on the Theyarfifty pounds of fish and got about twenty pounds of the root Mr Steele spent one night in Washing ton county with his brotherinlay who is eightyfive years old It was the first time he ever saw his kinsman muletatetime I C James had a 135 to die a few days ago a Mrs George Campbell wife qf New Mexico rancfcnifen shot and killed her five children and herself I jf Mall Order Buying Jt The Sun is a friend to every subscriber on its list and we trust that every Subscriber is a friend of The Sun If any one of our subscribers should tell us that he or she knew of an ex isting evil that needed public exposure for the good of the community we would believe it and make an honest endeavor to correct that evil and if any one of our subscribers should warn us against doing that which he or she believed would be detrimental to our interest andjikewise to the community we would heed the warning at least we would investi ate The advice of a Vfriendand as a rule the advice of a friend fs good advice and should not be lightly treated We should be very happy to know that our subscribers place implicit confidence in what we have to say to them There are people who indulge the falla cious belief that the editor of a country newspaper is no better qualified to give advice than any other ordinary indi vidual True along some lines hmay not be capable of advising but coming in contact as he does daily with all classes of business men in the conduct ofI his own affairs he takes advantage of opportunity to study men and methods and where others fall down onI dead easy business propositions Mr Editor will be found in numerous instances prepared to drive center when it comes to offering advice to his subscribers which will be for their good He can not afford to tell one of his subscribers or patrons to do something which would prove detrimental to them The editor of the country newspaper can not afford to make misleading statements nor does he as a rule de liberately misrepresent anything He desires above all things to retain the friendship and good will of his patrons knowing that if he achieves success it must come through their assistance Death of Miss VanArsdale Miss Graham VanArsdale died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale of the Litsey neighbor hood this morning at about 4 oclock of typhoid fever She had been ill for two weeks and her condition was serious from the very first- MissVanArsdaJe was twenty years old and was a pretty and accomplished young woman possessing that warmth of nature which endeared her to a large circle of friends who today are sorely grieved because of her going awayThe deceased was a member of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church and was a conscientious Christian Fu neral services will be conducted morrow and the body will be interred in the cemetery at that place The deceased was a sister of Mrs James and Mrs Hugh Noe of this place and was well known and ad mired by a host of Springfield people A Little Better Anderson News Two weeks ado we published an item concerning the clip of wool made by J P Vaughn which averaged eleven pounds per sheep Since then we have received a note from J W Abbot of Hebron in which he says that he clipped 199 pounds of wool from seven teen sheep eight of them being three years old and the other nine yearlings Mr Abbqt thinks this will beat the yield from Mr Vaughns sheep Valuable Colt Dies Kentucky Standard Mr Lawrence Rapier of Blincoe lost a fine yearling colt by death this week The animal was found dead in the pasture The cause of his death is un known The colt was sired by Happy Courier and was promising It could trot a threeminute gait and never had any training Mr Rapier prized the animal very highly His advice to his friends therefore while gratuitous is generally worth considering Lei The Sun talk to you a little while about patronizing your home merchant Ther is more than one reason why this should be done First because it is to yourmterestbecause you GET BETTER GOOD FROM THE HOME MERCHANT FOR 3 LESS MONEY than you do from the mail order houses If you doubt this state mentxgo to your home merchant examine his goods and get his prices Thats the best way to find out and it is a privilege that you do not enjoy when r ou deal with a mailorder house Before you get their goods you must jfirst en4 them the money If the wouldjbe purchasers could but have an opportunity to first examine the stuff put out by these big cheat houses the end of the mailorder business would soon Be seen If you contemplate making a pur chas from one of these big mailorder houses before you proceed to do so go to one of your home merchants and get his prices on the goods you want Try him You owe that much to him in factyou owe it to yourself to try him first you owe that much to the community in which you live Keep your money in circulation in you hometown where you may hope for its return to you at some future time in one form or mother If you send it away the chances are as a thousand to one that you have injured yourself your home merchant and detracted from the growth and prosperity of your town to say nothing of having added to the already overflowing coffers of the millionaire whose ambition is to soak j furlther separate yon from your coin by spending it on the other side of the Atlantic Let the mailorder house SE VERELY ALONE J R G BusineSs Directory We desire to call the attention of our subscribers to the Washington County Business Directory printed in this issue We hope to soon have every business in Washington county represented in this directory For SaleI A splendid mercantile business in Springfield having an elegant trade Must be sold at once For further information apply to Mr Gore at The Sun office Bids Wanted On July 8 at Judge Litseys office in Springfield I will receive and open bids for all the pikes in the 4th 5th and 6th Magisterial districts Bids may be for a section or a single mile but must be for hauling knapping spreading and dirting rock also for gravel hauled and spread GEO T CLEMENTS Road Supervisor A Good Lecture Yanjcee Doodle vs Dixie as the title of a lecture sounds commonplace enough btt whaits in a name Long before Proff J T C Noe had concluded his lecture at the court house Thursday night he furnished proof suffi cient to satisfy his delighted audience that there was more in his subject than had been dreamed of by the ordinary thinker He entertained his hearers for an hour in his charming manner by a discussion of Hamlet with thePrince left out music poetry and a chaste and most beautiful portrayal of the beauties of naturethe glory of God The audience was treated to a brief musical program which preceded the lecture and in this connection the mu sical ability of Professor Noes eight yearold son deserves special mention his skill calling forth enthusiastic applause JAMES FARLEY STRIKE BREAKER James Farley who has gained a widespread reputation as a breaker oC strikes Is said to be the best hated man In America He Is covered from head pistolbutts mob His trade Is one of the most dangerous vocations In the world but be only smiles when perils are mentioned Fhrlev Is a native of Plattsburg N X Water Privileges Abused The Springfield Water and Electric Light Company desires to call the at tention of the public to the fact that a great amount of water is beiug un necessarily used You can only use the water for those purposes stipulated in the rules and regulations of the company Positively all persons are- forbidden the use of water for gardens or for fountains It is to be used for general purposes otherwise it will be cut off See that you do not forget and leave hose running over night Viola tions of this nature have beenreported to the company more than once Cer likeito help to save it- hundreds = of Fish- Elizabethtown News Our very reliable and trustworthy correspondent at Stithton tells in his letter this week the most remarkable fish story that has yet come under our notjce He says that last week the heavy rains mudded the Rolling Fork to snch an extent that when the water came into Salt river it was as thick as a loblolly It had a remarkable effect upon the fish They seemed to be strangling from the mud and came to the banks and poked their heads out in order to breathe People caught hundreds of them from the bank with their hands grabbing them in their gills One buffalo was caught that weighed twentyseven pounds and many ten and twelvepound fish were taken This same thing occurred once before in Salt river PLEASANT GROVE The farmers of this community are very busy harvesting this week Messrs Will Jones and Erastus Trent were in Louisville last week Mr J S Yankey sold a pair of work mules to Keene Bros for 350 Byon Parks sold a horse to WilL Mc Clelland of Springfield for 90 Mrs Kelly of Springfield visited her daughter here last week Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Danville and Paris Miss Lizzie Leachman visited the Misses Brown of Springfield Saturday and Sunday Mr Willie Thompson Jr of Springfield visited his parents at this place last week Mr James Gregory and daughter Miss Ellen were in Louisville last week Mr Hugh Wall and family visited at S C VanArsdales last Saturday Mr William Duncan and family vis ited Mr and Mrs Kelly of Springfield SundayMiss Leachman visited Miss SundayMr friends on The Ridge Sunday You save money and insure satisfaction by wing our Paints Red Croib Drug Stottt i CunninghamBotiiware Miss Esther R Boulware and Mr Garland B Cunningham were married at 130 this afternoon at the home of the brides parents in this city the ceremony being pronounced by ReT Williams of the Baptist church The wedding march was played by MSv Bettie Irvine Immediately after the cceremony the bride and groom accompanied by Mr and Mrs Howard MeElroy drove to Lebanon where Mr and Mrs Cunning ham boarded train for Louisville from which place theywill go to Oklahoma CityOnly the immediate families of the bride and groom were present at the wedding it being a quiet but very pretty home wedding The bride is a daughter of Mr J A fioubrare s Cashier of the Peoples Bank here and is an attractive young woman possessing those pretty traits which endears her to a large number of acquaintances The groom is a son of Mr A Cunningham of the dry goods firm of Cunningham Duncan and is one of Springfields most progressive business men The Sun together with many friends here and elsewhere extends congratu lations An Oil Wagon Is a Unit In construing the law in the cases ofrthe Commonwealth in Henry Ander son Lyon Trigg and Breckinrfdge counties vs the Strndard Oil Company the Court of Appeals holds that in in dictments against the oil company for peddling without license only one fine can be imposed at one term of court but if the offense is continued the fine may be repeated at each term of court during the license year The court holds that the wagons is the unit of li cense taxation under the Kentucky statutes and that a fine may bgjni posed under the Sni tments on each wagon that the cmpannrunsin the county Indictments were returned against the Standard Oil Company in Washington and nearly every other county in the State for selling oil withoa license and fineswere assessed To Mammoth Cave The annual excursion to Mammoth Cave for Washington county will be fixed for some date in July A special program consisting of vocal and in strumental music selected from tke best talent in the town and county will make the excursion one grand ovation from start to finish The date and further rticu1arawm be given later A Fearful rate It is a fearful fate to tMveto eadure the terrible torture of Pite I cwt truthfully say writes Harry Col5 of Masonville la that for B Ble Itching and Protradirig PUiI Bucklen Arnica Salve is the tC1lNmade Alto Mat for cuts team adinjuries 25c at C J Haydoadnc gist I FRv 2t c 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905 CW n fi Iil I Sick People Especially Infants can finidBV NoBetter Tonic Than IDewberry Cordial 4 r It strengthens builds up the constitution and gives new lifeand vitality to the old arid young alike If for no other purpose you ought to have some of it in your home in which to take other medicines il have a few gallons of HOMEMADE made of this seasons berries at 50c Per pint Cm Lm Price SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY IIT Stirring Sermon of 1777 REPRODUCED FROM THE KENTUCKY STANDARDI The following stirring sermon was preached on the eve of the battle cf Brandywine September 10 1777 before Washington and his army Soldiers and Countrymen We have met this evening perhaps for the last t time We have shared the toil of the march the peril of the fight the dis may of the retreat alike we have erI dured toil and hunger the contumely of the internal foe the outrage of the foreign oppressor We have sat night after night beside the same camp fire shared the same rough soldiers fare we have together heard the roll of the reveille which called us to duty or the beat of the tattoo which gave the signal for the hardy sleep of the soldier with the earth for his bed and the knapsack for his pillow And now soldiers and brethren we have met in the peaceful valley on there e of battle while the sunlight is dyr ing away beyond yonder heights the sunlight that tomorrow morn will glimmer on scenes of blood We have met admid the whitening tents of our encampment in times of terror and gloom we have gathered together God grant that it may not be for the last time It is a solemn time Brethren does not the awful voice of nature seem to echo the sympathies Of the hour The flag of our country droops heavily on its staff the breeze has died away along the plain of Chadds Ford the plain that spreads before us glistening in the sunlight the heightS of the Brandywine arise gloomy and grand beyond the waters of yonder stream and all nature holds a pause ef solemn silence on the eve of the bloodshed and strife of the morrow ilThey that take the sword shall perish by the sword And have they not taken the sword Let the desolated plain the bloodsoddened valley the burned farmhouse khe sacked village thewhiteningstrewn along the fields of his home stead answerlet the starving mother with the babe clinging to her withered breast that can afford no substance let her answer with the death rattle mingling with the murmuring tones that mark the last struggles for life l let the dying mother and her babe answerIt but a day past and our land slept in the light of peace War was n6t herewrong was not here Fraud and woe and misery and want dvvlt i y YOUNEEDIT rf SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Drt J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one I of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wonderful curative properties Dr Thorn as now hason filejin his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast This is a new salve having b the market about one year and eni 1426 teStimonials come as a result of t saleof 2646 boxes For Salefiy All Druggists DR JW THOMAS i Hodgenville Ky r not among us From the eternal soli tude of the green woods arose the set tiers cabin and the golden fields o corn peered forth from amid the waste of the wilderness and the glad music of human voices awoke the silence of the forest Now God of Mercy behold the change Under the shadow of pretext under the sanctity of the name of Godi invoking the Redeemer to their aid dp these foreign hirelings slay our people They throng our towns they darken our plains and now they encomPass ou posts on the lonely plain of Chadds Ford They that take the sword sFia perish by the sword Brethren think me not unworth of belief when I tell you that the doom of the Britisher is near Think me not vain when I tell you tHat beyond that cloud that now enshrouds us I see t ering thickand fast the darker clou and the blacker storm of a divine ret bution They may conquer us tomor row might and wrong may prevail an we may be driven from this field but i1JlAye jf in the vast solitude of eternal spaceif in the heart of the bound lessuriiverse therethrobs the being of an awful God quick to aVenge and sur to punish guilt then will the ma George of Brunswick called king feel in his brain and in his heart the yen geance of the Eternal Jehovah A blight will be upon his lifea withered brain an accursed intellect Great God how dread the punishment Soldier I look around among your familiar faces with a strange interest Tomorrow morning we will all go forth to battle for need I tell you that your unworthy minister will go with you invokin Gods aid in the fight You will go forth to battle tomor row with light hearts and determined spirits though the solemn duty the duty of avenging the dead may rest heavily upon your souls And in the hour of battle all around you is darkness lit onlYbY the lurid cannon glare and the piercing musket flash when the dead litter your path then remember soldiers that God is with you The Eternal God fights for you sweeonwardcane charge The Awful and the In finite fight for you and you will t ff They that take the sword shall perish by the sword You have taken the sword but nofto in the spirit of wrong You Have taken the sword for your homes for Yo urof wives and for your little ones You have taken the sword for truth for justice and for right and to you the promise is Be of good cheer for your foes have taken the sword in defiance of all that man holds dearin blasphemy of God they shall die by t sword And nowbrethrenand soldiers hey bid you all farewell Many of us manyffight and in the memory of all will ever rest and linger the quiet scene this autumnal night Solemn twilig advances over the valley the woods of the opposite heights fling their long shadow over the green of the men ao around usare the tents of the Con nental host the halfsuppressed bustle of the camp the hurried tramp of sol anownd thelongshadow grantItfIIn Mad Chase afthealth er to another when if they would eatgood food and keep their bowelsregu PiththeirPrompt relief and quick cure for liver Hadonsy j Of Such Is the Kingdom RICHARD L METCALFE IN BYRANS COMMONER A little child waking from its wheJesrfather had fond to his days work Did my daddy kiss me before he went away asked the child The motHer answered in the affirmative For a while the little one was silent and then called Mamma come here and feel curiosityithe cradleside and laying a gentle hand upon the little breast asked Whats the matter with your heart My hearts abeatin hard said the little one Whats your heart beat ing hard for asked the mother My hearts abeatin hard for my daddy to come home- That waS a lesson in love A little girl sometimes grew lib- surdlyrhetorical during her evening prayers On one occasion she had one Qf her funny streaks and delivered her invocation in jerky sentences that grated harshly upon the mothers ears Several times she was admonished and finally the mother said Ellie if you do not say your prayers right 1 will not pern It you to say them at all The littl girl looked up and with hera fine eye flashing fire declared Well I dess dseis my prayers I dess dey aint yoi r prayers That was a lesson fin religi us liberty A father carrying a sweetfaced child not yet three years of age stepped carIThemen were gre gallantryand as the father started to enter the car every one was startled as well as amused when the baby with his arm encircling his fathers himrIn the face saying Let the ladies in fust daddy let the ladies in fast 11That was a lesson from a babe in politeness and it produced immediate carYwas and one home two of the large children of the household were greatly frightened fiveyeahr didWeariedri of the cries of the older children and bawlindDont you spose God knows his busi = L lness That was a lessQJ out of the mouth of a babein simple faith In a Pullman car going out of a Western city the berths had been tepartyn f onvivialspirits had concluded their session in the smoking room and members were making their way itsI their berths The foremost man fo alslelIpar men in the rear pushed forward in tige progress of their leader Exchanging significant glances all of the members of this party removed their hats and reverently bowed their heads while there floated through the car and doubtless outward and onward and un ward the sweet childish treble of Now I lay me down to sleep keepIfI pray Thee Lord my soul to take t That was a lesson out of the mouth reverencesrilien may learn much from these little ones Unfortunate indeed is the man toribe greeted by a little child who has never felt the warm embrace of two little arms and who has not been privileged gather inspiration in the presence of the great love and the perfect sincerity one of the least of these The prettiest stories that have ever been written have been about children the most beautiful songs that have ever been sung are the childrens son Art and literature are heavily indebted to the inspiration of the childand in the more practical life the busy man READ THIS 1903htgreatsuffererfrokidney home physicians with no benefit o ur Itic cheerfullyrecommend it to ladies suf ng bladder trouble Respcetfully MRS ELIZA FROST WonderheOne small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and regulates bladder trouble in If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P O Box 628 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggist ka who has learned how to live finds his best recreation in the companionship of children I love these little people said Dickens and it is not a slight thing when they who are so fresh from God love us Some one has said that children have not been sent for the mere purpose of keeping up the race but they were given to enlarge our hearts to make us unselfish and full of kindly smpathiesand affections to give our souls higher ai s to call out all our faculties to extended enterprise and exertion and to bring round our firesides bright faces happy smiles and loving tinder hearts My soul said the same writer blesses the great Father every day that he has gladdened the earth with little children How often in the homes of the world has that same song of gratitude been sung How often have careless men and reckless women been drawn the danger line by the recollection o the little one whose future is dependen- ponu them The man who doubted th existence of God until he felt a great love for a pure woman and then be lieved on the theory that there must be a good God else there could not be such holy love must have become a stalwart among the stalwarts in the Christian hosts when a little child came to brighten the home to bless the union and to make indissoluble the ties that bound the parents hearts Recently a number of men from various walks of life were assembled in a hotel corridor They engaged in a discussion of the scriptures and it developed that many of these men had been careful readers Some one ask for opinions as to the most beautiful passage in the Bible Several learned responses were given One man well known among western plainsmen and one who was not suspected of being a great student of the Bible surprised his companions by saying Boys there are just two things in that of book that I never get tired hearing of 9inlittle fellow Samuel and I shall never forget the picture in my good old mothers Bible showing Samuel sitting in his little bed and in response to Gods call saying Speak Lord thy servant heareth But continued the plainsman the prettiest pen picture every drawn is to be found in the tenth chapter of Mark His companions thought to test him and one of them asked How do you know it is in the tenth chapter of Mark plainsmanhand gqing to the check room he delved into a capacious gripsack and drew fourth a wellfingered Bible Standing in the center ofa group of men the plainsman read And they brought young chidren to him that he should touch them and his disciples rebuked those that brought theme But when Jesus saw it he was much displeased and said unto them Suf fer the little children to come untome and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of God Verily I say unto you whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child he shall not enter therein And he took them up in his arms put his hands upon them and blessed them Impressed with the plainsmans unv suspected familiarity withscripture his companions agreed that after all their unlettered friend waS not far from the right when he said that the Sweetest Singer of all the ages gave to men the sweetest song of all the years when He took them up in his arms put his hands upon them and blessed them saying Suffer the little chil dren to come unto me and forbid them not for of suchj is the kingdom of God They are idols of hearts and house holds indis1UiseHis eyesThesefrom heavenIThey have made me more manly and mild And I know now how Jesus could liken The Kingdom of God to a child Torture of a Preacher The story of the torture of Rev O D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Har N Y will interest you He says I suffered because fromrup withoutmyDiscovery for Consumption Coughs and coughangrand cure for diseased condition of Haydonsdruggistto bottle free Monster Catfish Kentucky Standard wellknonfisherman Tuesday night caught a fish of the mudcat variety that was some whatof a monster It weighed inthe neighborhood of thirty pounds and was nearly three feet in length It was caught on a trotline II T 1 CASH DEERING SI H SALBINDERS TWINE H IlllI If YOu want a good buggy a stylish buggy at a low price call upon WeIseThe Farmer Willfind our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etcp complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeveryi We handlethe Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world bestedo Pagt and Elwiod Field Fencing The Hag n Gasoline Engine arunninThisrlngPisand Wickedness I McClure Wells Nearly Loses His Life Lebanon Enterprise Lewis Osborn of Loretto son of Ben Osborn deceased met with an accident early yesterday morning that may cost him his life Mr Osborn is the builder ofa special wire fence in which he has finterested many farmers of the county He has contracted with Mr Charles Beaver Sr of St Marys to build this fence on his farm and was at workon this contract when the unfortunate ac cident occurred In digging the post holes rock was encountered and dy leadIIing itIOnnamite which was a small one and lighted his fuse Some time intervened and no explosion occurring he thought the fuse had gone out He approached the post hole and peered in Just as he did so the deadly blast came filling his face and upper limbs with fine portions of the rock His right arm was horri bly mangled and holes torn in his chest His face was so badly peppered that scarcely a pin head could be placed upon it without coming in contact with bruised or mutilated flesh A physi cian at St Marys was called In who did everything in his power to lessen his suffering and at eleven oclock he was brought to Elizabeth Hospital this city The experience may cost him his life Mr Osborn is about thirty years old and is married He is one of the countys most industrious citizens and has a long list of friends who earnestly wish him a speedy recovery A young man was incinerated and his father fatally burned in a fire at Indiana Harbor Ind Springfield Ky A Good Scheme f Jessamine Journal v- An ingenious farmer who is a patron of a rural mail route but whose dwell ing is at a considerable distance from the road has rigged up a new deviceKfor getting his mail to the house with out going after it He has extended lFtwo wires from the porch to the small 1box on the roadside and has so arranged the whole apparatus that by turning a wheel the mail box rolls along smoothly over wires and delivers the goods right at his door To return the box he merely reverses the movement of the wheel it has proven a great tune f saver and as it can be cheaply con structed it could be profitably inaugu rated on nearly all farms where the dis tance is not too great to warrant it Going for Chamberlains Ctlic Cholera and Diarrhea Remedy mansplaeebnthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera MoAus Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for 0Summer Complaint and Cholera Infoturn and has saved the lives of more children than any othermedicine in use sweetenedYou or some one of your family sure to need this remedy sooner or latH and when that time comes you will seed It badly you will need it quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for suck an emergency Price 25oj 1geaizRhoe- For sale by C J Haydon Springfield i Springfield Roller Mills I i+ 2 4 Pride of Washington Springfields Choice Solid ComfortT- he above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers I t Springfield Roller IillsI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 211905i 3 k WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have a job of work done have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or If you away from home to have work done nine times outpf ten you hurt yourself worse than you ilo the home merchant or the home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his Roods to you lie has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt houWdoubtlessnice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may tome back again but send itto one of the big mail order houses and it will buy 26cent cigaVs for some jmfllionaire In a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable men When you want to make a purchase look over thUf list and select your store You theibigmaflorderHAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor iGeneral Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McEIroy s Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Faker and Confectioner Meals Served at All floursV Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty 4V C J Haydon IDruggist and Pharmacist Pants Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley inner and Plumbers Guttering and Rooting a Specialty Etc Y In Etc Ed s Etc is to The an one time is open face case as cut in this are by men the have one him or him he goes fo or and one he will a few to your who in and tell a for Sun that you the four cash and get SUN LIFE CO The the Ky June Kent- uckY t of I the Sun Life In them of the reserve funds com pany Its from and the of Its by the Life Company The who were In Chancery had to the the and the here says they are bound by their of but that had re agree they se cure under 659 stat utes the the the for The Sun 1 a ROBERTSON Dealers In Dry Goods Shoes C W NOE Blacksmithing and Repairing at the most reasonably prices C W Haganr Dealer Inf Vegetables ice Beer iEtc W E Leachman Dealer Inl Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker and Repairing Done on Short Notice Gnindy CJaybrobke ire Dealers In Dry Goods Boots and Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers Hardware M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware BoysDo You Want a Watch Here the way get oneA GOOD ONE Iout among your neighbors and and g- etV4 FOUR 41 Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch timepiece is guaranteed to keep correct It an stemwind stemset nickel just the advertisement represents These watches being carried business allover country Every boyought to to carry to to take with when out work to play scllivith Every boy in every community Jn Washington get if only devote hours to soliciting Write friends live other counties other States and them to scud you dollar explaining to them want watch Bring The Sun subscribers the witchITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN INSURANCE Court of Appeals Decided Against 1V PoHcyholders Frankfort 1GThe court appeals decided against policy holders in the efiof the following withdrawal business assumption outstanding policies Metro politan Insurance policy holders plaintiffs the Jefferson court agreed transfer to Metro politan company court contract agreement they fused to could only section Kentucky surrender of value of policy Subscribe year BROS Clothing Groceries Jeweler lfclnt Clothing Tinware Stoves friends excellent Feudist Gets Two Years London Ky June 19Tiltord Benge was convicted and sentenced to two years In the Clay circuit court by a jury summoned from Laurel coun y for killing State Representative C Howard Drowned While Bathing Covington Kyj June 19 William Stein 16 was drowned In the Ohio river while bathing at the foot of Main street Stein was noticed sinking by his playmates but they could not reach him In time Burns Proved Fatal Newport Ky June 19 Clarence Whitehead son ot Chris Whitehead who was frightfully burned at his home Saturday night by the explosion of a gasoline lamp used as a result of his Injuries Within the last 50 years Hamburg and the German coast In its neighborhood have sunk over five feet 4 BIG UN The Largest Copper Still In the State Was Destroyed Mt Sterling Ky June 15 Deputy Collectors McClure and Seltz and Marshal Castle raided a moonshine still near the Morgan and Rowan county line and destroyed the largest copper still In the state yet found with thou sands of slngljngs and beer The offl tiers arrested Dave Lewis and William Estill two desperate shiners They were handcuffed and while the officers were cutting down the still Lewis broke away in the darkness and Is at large with handcuffs on Officers ara searching for him HEAVY BAIL The Wolfe County Feudists Who KIh ed Two Men Are Held For Trial Owingsville Ky June 15New from Wolfe county state that D L Mad dock Porter Davis Letch Davis George Dykes Hayes Craig members of the Dyke faction of feudists who engaged In desperate feud battles a week ago and R M Wilson Durn Walters Andy Walters Andy Haddix aril Bud Patrick members of the WiJ son clan have surrendered to the authorities at Campton and are held un der 55000 bond each to answer to the killing of Andy Wilson and Henry Freeman and the wounding of seven other men The members of the two clans vfho did t not surrender hate made a truce and state that hostillt ties will bo suspended until after the trial The two factions are watching each other closely and more trouble is expected HARGSES R Tho Murder Charges Against Them Were Dismissed Jackson Kyq June 19VAfter con suiting the attorneys and addressing to each prisoner the direct questiont of whether he had anything to the murder of James Marcum Magistrate Allen dismissed the charges of murder preferred in his court against FFrenchdramatic sessions ever held in a Ken ucky court and relieving Jackson of a tension of excitement that hasllasted throughout the trial The proceedings were enlivened by Incidents of the trial that were feared to be working the factions into fight ing moods Prosecuting Attorney Blanton angered at James Hargis crossexamination of a witness arose suddenly shook his fist under the interrogators face and turning toward Magistrate Allen said This court can go to the devil Blanton left the room but at Mrs Marcums returned and continued in the case participating in the con sultation which preceded the courts annpuncqmec of tho djsmissal of the east MRS MARCUM She Was Rigidly Quizzed By Judge Hargis On Trial For Murder Jackson Ky June 16The exam fining trial of Sudge Hargis Alex Har gis and 6 F French was begun before Magistrate Allen Mrs Marcum wifeI of the murdered man wits the onlyi witness introduced She was still on the stand when court adjourned Judge Hargis is conducting his own defense A sensational feature was the rigid crossMjxaminatlon given Mrs Marcum In person by the man she charges with having her husband killed Carried a Portable Register Paducah Ky June 16Edgar Mor rison a street car conductor was arrested on the charge of conspiracy with Intent to defraud Jhe Paducah City Railroad Co It Is alleged that by the use ofa portable register stolen from the office the company has been defrauded out of about 2000 In a few weeks Three Sisters Drowned Brandenburg Ky June 16 Misses Hallie Fannie and Annie Belle Booth daughters of Dr Galt Booth residing at Creclllus 15 miles below here were drowned In the Ohio while bathing Misses Hallie and Fannie lost their lives In an effort to save their sister Annie More Tax Raises Frankfort Ky June 16The board of equalization passed finally on the following counties Franklin and Gar rard no change Oldham 10 per cent raise on lands Gallatin 20 per cent raise on lands Jesamine 10 per cent raise 6n lands and 12 percent on town lots Cuban DiarmoeaI U S soldiers who served in Cuba during the Spanish war know what this disease is and that ordinary remedies have little more effect than so much water Cuban diarrhoea is almost as sever and dangerous as a mildattack of cholera There is one remedy how ever that can always be depended upon as will be seen by the following certifi cate from Mrs Minnie Jacods of Hous ton Texas I hereby certify that Chamberlains an Diar rhoea Remedy cured my husband of a severe attack of Cuban diarrhoea which he brought home from Cuba We had several doctors but they did him no good One bottle of this rem edy cured him as our neighbors will testify I thank God for so valuable a For sale by C J Haydon t GOne to the Wall tad ca nKy Jirao 17The affairs of the Peoples Home Purchasing Co came toan abrupt termination with the arrest of its active head J E Bor deaux on the charge of conducting a business without a license and for fail tire to make the deposits with the state treasury as required by law of foreign corporations The company is char tered under the laws of New Jersey and has been conducting a business similar in some respects to that of building and loan companies Deposi tors are promised a home on installment plan A rigid investigation is in progress and there may be further arrests A receiver has been asked for on behalf of the patrons Tho amount of money taken In can not be learned at this time but It is thought to be large A fraud order has been Issued against the concern by the postal authorities at Washington The company had customers in many states ii WAWM At Bowling Green the Thermometer Registered 101 Degrees Louisville Ky June 19 Excessive prevailed throughout Kentucky SJm day the temperature at al of the weather bureaus reporting stations be ing above 90 degrees At Bowling Green the thermometer registered 101 degrees while the official record for Louisville showed 97 degrees the high June temperature for many years U Henderson a severe electrical storm did considerable damage to property and caused the suspension of street cSrtraffic for some time No fatalities as the result of heat prostrations have thus far been reported anywhere Inthe state KILLED A EOY Later In a Fit of Remorse Cosby Committed Suicide Kuttawa Ky June 19J C Cosby located here a few weeks ago set up a jewelry and watch repair shop died from the efforts of morphine taken with suicidal Intent He came here from Fredonia Ky It IB reported that while hunting some months ago In company with a boy an altercation arose and in selfdefense he shot and killed the boy This act preyed upon his mind until he com mitted the act He leaves a wife and three small children in ai penniless condition He Toyed With a Pistol Covington Ky June 19 Clarence Bverson while toying with a pistol at his home accidentally let the hammer drop and the pistol was discharged The bullet imbedded itself in his left knee wounding him so seriously that it is feared his leg will have to be am putated It Looks Like MUrder Hindman Ky June 19 The body of Alice Bradley 30 was found hang Ing from a tree by a party of hunters on Quicksand creek near this city A gash In the back of the womans head leads the authorities to believe that she was decoyed to thQ spot and murdered To Be Hung July 7 Frankfort Ky June 16Gov Beck ham fixed July 7 for the hanging of Robert Mathley of Owensboro the court of appeals having affirmed his death sentence He killed his sweet heart Emma Watkins and James Gregson of whom he was jealous BrothersinLaw Quarrel Catlettsburg Ky June 16 WiJIIam Tackett shot and kIlled John Mays The men were quarreling when Mays started toward Tackett with a knife The latter opened fire shooting him four times in the left side The men were brothersinlaw II A SURE CURE FLOODI Up To the Eaves of the Houses Rose the Flood Sparta Ky June 16This little hamlet was visited by a genuine water spout drowning live stock washing houses from their foundations and do- Ing much damage to the tobacco crop Half the town was almost Inundated the water being up to the eaves on some of the residences This was caused by the railroad culvert south of town becoming clogged up by the raIdiusonly about 40 minutes MURDER RESULTED Negro Was Drinking From a Faucet Used By White Men Paducah Ky June 1C Walter G Taylor timekeeper for the W J 011 ver Construction Co was probably fa tally shot by an unknown negro at Wiekliffe The negro was drinking from a faucet where white men got their water when Taylor ordered him to desist Refusing the white man struck the ngro who pulled a pistol and shot him A posse is in pursuit and if the negro is captured he will be lynched Taylor was removed to Item phis Tenn MURDER s A Big Posse Is After the Aged Wom ans Murderer Albany Ky June 15A lynching may result from the brutal murder of Mrs Calvin Bains 65 as she slept She lived five miles southeast of here She was beaten to death while her husband worked in the garden near the house Her two daughters say they were in the barn at the time of the murder A big posse has left this place and is scouring the country to find the guilty parties Two strange men were seen in the neighborhood and it is believed they killed the old woman for the purpose of robbery The coroner has held an inquest His verdict was Murdered by unknown parties TROUBLE FEARED Mose Feltner Taken From Jackson To Winchester Lexington Ky June 17Itwas decided to take Mose Feltner back to Winchester from Jackson There are strong Indications of trouble and the county attorney believes that if Felt ner takes the stand against the Har glses and French this will be the Signal for an outbreak He advised Sher iff McChord of Clark county ia whose custody Feltner remains pending the convening of the Estill circuit court that it might be unsafe for Feltner to remain Feitner will refuse to return to Jackson unless the governor pro vides a military escort- CONFEDERATE VETERAN DEAD He Died With TwentyThree Notches in His Gun Louisville Ky June 17Andrew Jackson Cogar 70 confederate veter an from Midway Ky who gas one of the most famous sharpshooters In the civil war was found dead from apo plexy in bed at the South Carolina reunion headquarters He claimed to have killed J3 federals at the battle of Manassas Plans are being made by the Depart ment of Health of New York to build a 30000 laboratory for the manufac ture of vaccine and antitoxin f i i lUII11HATISKC11TSSPJWH5II ED MUSCLES LANE 1eX STIFF JOINTS FROSTED BURNS CALDS ETC IUTIAN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam mation and drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the fibrous Tissues promotes a free circulation of the Blood giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS WS Bailey PO True Texas writes My Wife had been suffering five years with paralysis ia her arm when I was persuaded to use Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure I have also used it for old sores frost bites and skin eruptions It does the work BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USCO REFUSE ALt SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES s 25c SOc and S 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS U So A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BT C J HAYDON SpirnlfieldKy VV Dr W F TrustyPr- actical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work atreasonable prices All work guaranteed fflce over Haydon Barber Dr J1 M t Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Withou-tCROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly Firsts class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up stairs B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRiNGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best di ide company ia the world Your insurance DrJH LAMPTON OFFICE In Opera House Springfield Kentucky DR J C MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J RAYDOXg STORE 0fIiiT SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield KycWill practice In the courts of Washis tan and in the ConrfofAppe Jkand Federal Courtsc McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Ccr s WD CLAYBROOK ATTYATLAW e Springfield Ky i Will practice in the courts oL gand Wjoiningcountie and In the courtaStlSp tom W E SELECMAN 1 ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washinstoa and counties and in court orAppeab- H E WALTER ATTYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Wilipracticeinjoining counties U5EMARKSS nCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers Cut lustWwr lest I Salesman E C BOOBS DIRECTORY e1dKyCom Attyr F JL Campbell clerk Geo Cat lett jailer M G Master Comm sloner Croake Sheriff Deputies Ed apringfieldgatt steelury Fund Court begins Fem th Mondays In February May and October l ount CourtB 1 Litsey ju r F CountyAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each of Claims Meets at Springfield first Tuesday In October and April ounty Treasurer Robt Noe Other County Officials Jaa F Moore Sur RoyaltyTPOBriandeputy J M Montgomery HoskIIUOnPwotor e days In each month at a m and 700 m mPrayeryPastoroclock a m Services at St Rose same hours utoreach month LatimerPastorand 7pm Sunday School every Sunday at 10 rsdayeenIngat Wilpantsu In and 7 p m Sunday School every Sna lay at 030 a m Prayer meeting every Wed aesdny evening at 8 o r 2JIoJay Divine Jo 5 J W Gordon No 8 Jno 0 eollandsecretsociotlesMasonicSpringfieldhod s vo np F 8 A M Master R 1 Snttoa3aM- ays Secretes Meetings nights first aM- liru in each month Nathan H Woodcock one of the best known traveling men in Kentucky s was found dead in a hotel at Junction 4 City t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905b t J SPRINGFELDSUN Wednesday June 21 1905 1ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROWERS GORE Editor alld Publisher filtered at the postoffice at Springfield Kyftffor transmission through the as secon class matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 51008txThree Months 25 changedalwaysSegoing as well as the postoffice to which you wish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET i COCXTT JCDGE B L LItsey MyetOOCSTT ClaybrookeSHEHCTT BUPERISTESDEXT OF J W Bus- hJttgageo p Catlett t ASSZSSOB T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy r J M Montgomery KISSING A BULL PUP Did you iJer think about how often human nature changes 1 while we are skeedaddling fro Colicyburg io Totteiytown A iew days ego we were showing a fifteenmorithsold baby boy the picture of a pretty little girl with an ugly bull pup standing by her side WeCommanded the youngster to kiss the little girl1 He kissed the bull pup To him that pup was a stunning beauty After a while his affections may be bestowed upon a pony or a Holstein calf there isno telling which way his fancy will g vuntil he puts sixteen yearS between himselfand the cradle Then thats a out the time hell begin to feel his oats look crosseyed at the moon and lose his appetite The bull pup the pony and the Holstein calf will be worse tha pewter nickels He will be gettin- shines with daddys dimes going in debt for fancy shirts and buy ing 250 plug hats fori98 His heart will climb up toward his tonsils every time he hears th swish of startched calico the moon will draw clover to earth the sun will double her capacity the universe will get bigger t a six geographies and hell begin to ezivyj Rockefeller jr He will get complimentary tickets take lier to a lectureLove Laugh ter and Song that will settl it his duty will be plain One two three four five six seven years will drag slowly by She will wait learn how to pu her hair up and powder while he will pull like a sugar mule for 500 With the assistance of his l mother who will sell eggs an old clothes the 300 will be raised That will fix matters The County Clerk will getIO the preacher 10 and the furniture man 48850 In aboujt six weeks sen timent will be as cold as icicle the roses will turn brown and the hero will see himselfwrestling with ten tons of very muscular reality in his efforts to capture sack o flour and a jug o lasses But Time will climbover the fences and spin along the thoroughfares and the three score years and ten will trim out bald spot on old man Johns J1eadthen he will kss the pic ture of another bull pup An exchanger makes the startling announcement that there is no purity politics Neither is therein any purity in the carcass of a dead ox And just suppose there was what would the poor buzzards do Louisville covered herself with glory last week and every Con federate Vet no doubt went away with a feelin way down in his Jieart for her t THE OPEN BALLOT The Livingston Democrat says uIt should not be forgotten that at the November election of this year the voters of this State will have a chance to vote on the question of whether or not we continue voting by the secret openbalJotthis that the voters of Livingsto- county may begin to think about it an decide question before they are called upon to vote As for us we fa Qelievet honest waythat elections can be held The open ballot furnishes less opportu Everymanvoted and every man can have his vot counted as cast and in case of a con test the poll books will show the vote as cast and there is no chance for any proceedingsThefellow to vote and then lie about it without running the risk of being caught in it And we hope that the people will consider the matter well vote for a change back to th old way v In our opinion too the open Ballot is the best We believe that it would guarantee fairer elec tions However some of the clauses 6f the law governing the secret ballot are good and if the open ballot should again be estab lished in Kentucky many of the regulations governing the election under the secret ballot should Be embodied in the law For eX- ample ropes should be ai ound the voting places and one voter at a time should be ad mated Certainly there could be no more fraud practiced unde- the open ballot than there now is under the secret ballot Vote buying u der the secret Ballot Pm palling success since the first election held under that ballot in i88 A thousand and one scjhemes have been devised an put into practice anyone o which enables the buyer to tejll whether or not the bought hs delivered the goods Those who would defend the secret ballot because they believe that un d6r it votes can not be bought are laboring under a mistake Watch the maneuvers of the ward heeler on election day and you will be convinced that he knows his business There is one thing absolutely certain he is not go ing to pay his money out if the spots dont hit or the signs hognv Sgtell the heeler Under the open balotwe would have no ballotbox stuffing every vote cast would be counted no spoileed and the little black XVm the end of thumb would be pu t out of business Under the ope thne returns every twenty minutes i f you wanted to and that too without a decree ol court Your votewonft be locked up in a bal garreteawaiting the flames but it will bin e the county clerks office heVfry contstableTo say the least of the open ballot it would keep down an im becausde the records would be against the liar Duringlthere on last Thursday evening a subject for the killer yelled fire Lere heads prevented a stampede Springfield Sun Yes we are sorry to say Leba non sometimes needs a tool killer proae regret that the Suns article makes it necessary that we inform the public that it is not positively known who yelled fire but certalan young man m happened to be present Marion Falcon Possibly Robert you are mistaken we have never seen any thing radically wrong with any o the boys here but if you are quite sure you saw one of em in Leb aiii we grant you the indications point to a screw being loose Just about now there are lots of sweetgirl graduates There are also lots ofsweat girls who are not graduates General Gomez the Cuban pa triot is dead tAn is no excuse for y ing Thats all right allright under ordinary cir cumstances but just suppose some longtonguedsonofagun should tell your wife about what hap pened while she was visiting her mother last month then my thednecessity of lying lying earnestly emphatically strenuously in a gospeltruth manner just like the deacon prayswith a heaving en ergy wiha wild gesticulation throatetfnder such circumstances you will lie hard and hearty loud and long for the fundamental laws of nature teach self ores ervation eExplorer Nansen may be the first RresidentofN rway We hope he will knock the persim mon Urat the fact that he failed to find the pole is against him j Its a pity that an ingrate cant be sent to ttjfe penitentiary before he stealsa horse or stabs somebody in the back There is no better remedy for blues than the toothache dThe Confederate Veteran peg legged and singledarmed bullet holed and brokenlimbedis thatrWe Havent Heard From a Leo ture Bureau Yet The Kentucky State Journal says Editor Gore of The Springfield Sun has awakened to find himself famous His tribute to Kentucky women is being tofThe Country Weekly Louisville Herald What paper have you been reading so attentively asked a gentleman of his friend in a hotel lobby Why that is my home town weekly It is as good as a dozen letters I love the old place where I was born where every one was Bill and Bob Henry and Tom to me The week that I dont see the county paper is for me robbed of a cheerful feature The country mayseem a small affair to the city bred man accustomed all his life to the great dailies but it represents the best efforts of one of the best fellows ort earth the count editor often a man fit to fill any Po tion in the peoples gift The country editor is the historiographer of I town He publishes the births t weddings and the deaths He tells o pleasant visits made by outsiders a returned by home people If there accidentnany chronicles it Nothing usually escapes his observation But lest he forgetj the town news gatherers numerous and alert are there to remind him Th are of all ages and both sexes Not ing can get away from them and th like to see it all put in the paper The city resident born in the country tiee 1i5tplaymates s notes with interest every addition the family of the country belle wh fused him for a plain farmer and happy with the man of her choice and her babies He follows closely the careers of old friends whom he a prises when they come to town by tell jng all he knows of the dear old cou try How in thunder John do you know all this Well I subscribe he declares for the Weekly Watch man The rural weekly is one of t joys of American civilization It growing less and less bitter in partisan ship more and more generous in its treatment individuals We put ours in an insid pocket every week f home consumption exclusivelyLour ville Daily Herald Furious fighting GeorgeWhad a bitter with chronic sto- sch and liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases by the use of Electric Bitters I unhesItatingly ommend them to all in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful cafdo ss Haydondruggisttoday SEE Aa Nallcy i THE UPTODATE I B RBER en you w nt a clean shave or a firelass haircut EVERYTHING G CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building d I THE BIG ST flEf k s TIE MOTHERS Fai lEaD t Too boys boys bears skylarking here Mothers Theyllstand everydayboy layupfor these Waists 50c to 85c All Styles end Prices pretty line of Oxfords to Attract Negligee Shirtiu 50c 150 Large lot of Odd Pats S I 1 Creole Twopiece Wash Suits for Men 250 Each sansall of these goods we have something that will please something nice at factory Large assortments You have trouble in finding just what you CREEKslisWheat and rye harvesting is in full heblast this week and both crops will be Timothyd Pewill make something half a crop Cqrn is looking well heand in fact everything appears to be in a flourishing condition The farmers wear bright faces while in the golden grain therBetheI trust The Suns Stewart corre spondent has riot writing alto gether as letters from that place are read with much interest hetofifty reono tree for Mr Bob Prewett last week and says he is confident that he left ten gallons on the tree aucausenvisited relatives and friends here last Saturday Mr and Mrs W T Kimberlin spent Sunday with their daughter at Enido atiscream supper ville To correct a mistake that occurred in my last letter I want to say that we goodaness people and I do not waat the im pression to that we are dead ttf the world If a from this place fans to appear it will not toomscarce f- DyspepsiadOntario Canada who has suffered quite a of years from dyspepsia and great pains in the stomach was advised by her dra to take Chmberlains and Liver Tablets She did so and says I find that they have neyerhadanrindigestion why not take Tablets get well and stay well For sale by C J WILLISBURG News Is scarce this week but I will try and jot down a few items Qnite a number of our people at i lhe Best 1 I J I I= Ao l s r None Good t 3 For even the worst of There s9t but one tbest in Shirts and usesa it iHMothers Friend label Bring that romp of a boy and well soon fit him out in a manner ex actly to his liking Friend garments werent designed for girly boys the full strain and stress d wear and take their tubbirfgs with a good grace Its easy to a ragged day with prices as low as 1k a Boys Caps A u 2 4 line of to 2 to 6 In you price will no want 1 Robertson Brothers oflike gathering stopped prevail letter weekly number ist Stomach done these Haydon tended the soldiers reunion in Louis ville last week Mrs Fannie Shirley was the pleasant guest of Miss Bell Birch Saturday and Sunday Misses Mayme Merritt Mary Belle Gibbs and Myrtle Sutherland attended tore ice cream supper at Mackville Sat unday evening y Ella Mae Cheatham of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs J M Trent W B Shirley was in Springfield Sun day Dr Sam Crume of Louisville is vis iting relatives and friends at this place Oscar Mcllvoy and Miss Cora Trent attended church at Battle Sunday aft and Miss Elizabeth Shirley at tended church at Mackville Sunday 1i l night Mrs Sue Vise and daugeter Miss Viola are visiting at the home of John Leachman Mrs Jim Nickolson visitedber mother Mrs Catherine Clark Johnny Reynold and family visited at the home of J W ShirleyTuesday of last week William Brown and wife of Mercer county visited their son Prof E EBrown of this place Hurrah for The Sun Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lase SliNkier These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is especially valuable If promptly applied sufferingHaydont A Pestulancy and Peevishness are Unknown In the VIMALT HOME It recuperates the wife and mother it nourishes the brain and soothes the overtaxed nerves of the father VIMALT is 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 PHARMACY THE SPRINGFIELD JW WEDNESDAY JUNE 211905 g rSKIRTS fe IThe latest things in skirts at the lowest prices li HATS f II tADuck full line Hats of I l Mrs Williams T e a a THE FIRST iNational Bank IO F c 5 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 5 1CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 n OFFICERS B L Litsey President John W Lewis Vice Presid nt A C McElroy Cashier 4L B Cain Asst Cashier E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORSi Lewis a Canipbell BH Edelen HJL Grundy aJno OPolin Q We grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have j notalready an account with this a we invite your patronage O OeO O O O O O O O O O 8 Local News Notes rGo to Carpenters for Iamb chops For a fine drink try our special mix for ICED TEA Hagan Bros BornTo the wife of David Graves last Friday a girl and to the wife of Sam Anderson a boy 1Froit jars extra tops and rubbers at Bros Fruit Jarsextra rubbers and caps at John C Shadera Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market If you are sick you need a pint of dewberry cordiaL C L Price If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office The newest patterns in ICED TEA glasses at Hagan Bros Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening Try a nice lamb roast from Carpen ters A little son of Mr J B Reid of Chaplin fell from a hay loft last week and fractured both arms You will want some of the bargains we are going to offer next week in GOLD Dishes They are wonders Hagan Bros Miss Laura Stanley of Bardstown and Mr Roy Osborne formerly of Samuels were married in Louisville last Friday Hon Ben Johnson chairman of the Democratic county committee Of Nel son county has called a njeeting of the purposofe ing a nominee for magistrate in the Bloomfield and Chaplin precincts Sarah Thompson who was sent to PHONE I FORi DRUGS 4k uuuz A antiales tit a I All trimmed hats ateLess than Cost Il v411 i JSJ the penitentiary for murdering her baby has been paroled She is dying of consumption Says the Louisville Herald Records yesterday98 degrees in the shade The hottest previous day of this year was Saturday when it reached 95 degrees On the thermozpeter LONG RUN J These are long busy days for our farmers They haver taken advantage of the recent rains and finished setting tobaccoThe singing at Mr John Harmons last Sunday evening was a delightful- one One of our little girls refuses to eat theyrwas called on to watch something one seldom witnessesa snake attempting to charm a bird The reptile wafe coiled up in a walnut tree and was about twenty feet from the ground A catbird could be seen flying past the snake at short intervals sometimes alighting upon it and keeping up a great noise The reptile would now- andthen attempt to catch the bird by striking at it but finally in one of its efforts to seize its prey the snake lost its balance and fell to the ground about twenty feet It measured seven feet three inches and was of the naturalistsI Dcatn of Mrs Lee Young Mrs Lee Young wife of Mr Robert Young lied of consumption on the 15th instant at the home of her father Mr W H Milburn The funeral sermon was preached the following day by Rev J W Campbell at Texas and the re mains were laid to rest in the cemetery at Bethlehem there to await the resurrection morn Sister Lee joined the Beech Grove church when quite young and had lived a consistent Christian life It is sad to think one so young and fair must die yet death to her was robbed of its sting for she told her friendsshe was prepared to die Heart felt sympathy is extended to the hus band and family Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be received at the County Judges or County Attorneys offices up to and including Saturday July 1 1905 for painting twelve steel bridges in Washington county Ky the county furnishing paint and brushes B L LITSEY T SCOTT MAYES Committee I PopeWaters Miss Jennie Waters daughter of Mr J H Waters of this place was mar ried in Loiiisville last Thursday to Dr Will Pope of Woodbine Ky a a e a o n J I Personal NotesJVisitors In and Out Round Up ofthe a Personal Q t1ewsOOOOO C W Hagan was in Lebanon Sunday Mrs J C Hoskinson is illat e present I Dr Price Wells spent Sunday in 1 Bardstown J Miss Margaret Shader is visiting in 1 Louisville i Miss Mary Lewis is visiting friends in Louisville 1 Miss Marjorie Graham is visiting in Mr Theo Campbell was in Louisville last weekkMiss Ellen Wathen visited in Bards town last week Mr and Mrs H P McChord spent Sunday in LebanoniMrs J W Lewis was in Lebanon one day lashweek Miss Sadie Mayes visited friends in Lebanon last week Miss Josie Lee spent one day last week in Louisville Miss Bertha Haydon is visiting friends in Louisville G F Carpenter was in Louisville one day last week Mr Henry C Lee was in Louisville one day last week tMrLouisville last week The Misses Campbell visited friends in Bardstown last week at Mr Ben F SImms wasin Owens boro last week on business Mr and Mrs A R Shultz spent at Sunday at Tatham Springs JJMcCabe and CA Thompson were in Louisville last week Misses Flora and Rita Hatchett were in Louisville last week Chris Hertlein and Harry Shultz were in Bardst iwn Sunday Miss Willie Knott spent several is days in Bardstown last week Mrs Kate Mock of Bardstown is visiting relatives here this week Roy Fenwick and Echols Russell of Lebanon were here Thursday Postmaster Will Waters spent sev eral days in Louisville last week = J eand Will Pettus visited their mother near Lancaster this week Mr and Mrs W L Weltdspent several days in Louisville last Week MrsE L Davison Jr spent several days in Louisville last week Misses Lizzie Waters and Lucie Selecman were in Louisville last week Miss Elizabeth Leachman is visiting her sister Mrs J B Hill at Lebanon Miss Katherine Gore left yesterday for a visit to relatives at Hodgenville MrsQuinn and Miss Wilson of Georgia are visiting Miss Fannie Wall Mr CW Noe and Frank Noe and wife visited relatives in Lebanon SunSJ day Miss Ella Russell of Uniontown Ky registered at The Walton Monday Misses Sarah Wilson and Catherine Bardstown were here Sun GrigS1of Janes and Bud Hopewell days last week in Louis yille Messrs Mack Grundy and W D Claybrooke were in Louisville last week Miss Rinda Pettus is visting her brother Mr J F Pettus here this week Misses Ella Adams and Zula Nalley spent several days in Louisville last week 5Hugh Marshall and Hugh Swear nttmm nefdofsomejs that our free delivery service wa- sestablished to meet just such conditions and that we shall be please dto hate you make use of its Phone 89 RED CROSS DRUG STORE tmy- a fJ f Closing Out Side Of Hats during the month of June All hats will be sold at and below cost Ladies V If you are looking for bargains you will find them during this sale COMPANYI+ + J Ipgen of Bardstown were visiting here Sunday Mr and Mrs J F Greene have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville Dr Preston Peters of Logan county is here visiting friends and relatives Messrs George Chescheir and Dan Kelly of Louisville are visiting in Springfield Senator George S Fulton of Bardstown was in Springfield on business Monday Miss Margaret Russell of Bards spent Sunday with her parents this place Mr Glen Wood returned home Wednesday from a visit to his parents Bardstown Misses Mamie Allen and Rebecca McWhorter are visiting Miss Vannatta Shelbyvijle t Miss Myrtle Price who has been visiting friends in Bardstown returned home Tuesday Mrs John L Searcy and little daughter Louise are visiting in Willis burg this week Miss Emma Green of Louisville visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs J A Shader Mr H M Moss is in Richmond Va where he will spend about four weeks with friends Masters Downing and Booker Robertson will entertain their young friends Thursday evening Conrad Hertlein and Rev Hoskin son attended the Masonic meeting at Lebanon last week Mr and Mrs C C McCnord andI daughter Miss Mzrgaret were in Frankfort this week Masters BF and J C Taylor of Louisville are here to spend a while with Master Stith Noe Mr R H Edelen and little sonI Joseph of Bardstown were visiting friends here this week Mr and Mrs W E Leachman at tended the commencement exercise at Nazareth last Thursday Mr T G Moffat of Rieves Tenn two or three days here this week his sister Mrs Latimer Mr Lame Clemens of Rieves Tenn who has been visiting friends here returned home Friday Mrs Harry Shader and Eleanor Clements have returned home after a visit to relatives it Louisville Mr W J Cardwell formerly of Lebanon but now Albuquerque N M registered at The Walton Monday Miss Nellie Barr who has been visiting Miss Jennie McCabe returned- to her home in Nashville Tuesday Messrs Byron Croake J W Rie del andRobert Noe spent several days fishing at Tatham Springs last week Mr and Mrs L B Brown and Mesdames Byron Croake and Robert Noe spent Sunday at Tatham Springs Messrs Joe and Uncel Whayne and Miss Lillian Crowder are visiting at the home of MrJ R Claybrooke Sr Don Londetto of Havana Cuba who has been attending school at St Marys is visiting friends here this week Little Mis Elizabeth Smith of Bardstdwn has returned home after a visit to her Claysbrooke r Mrs L Mi Gore of Hodgenville spent several days here this and last week with the family of the edit4r of The Sun Miss Annie Houston of Taylors qille is here to be beside of her sister Mrs Wells Mrs Wells is some better at present Misses Eliza and Eddie Mullican theWNannie Roney 3 rlMr Martin Spalding of Union towrifXy a former resident of this county visited relatives and friends here last week Positively All hats will be sold at and below cost during this great clearance sale ri il H LooIr OUT FOR CHINAFor I l Party Gifts Decorated or Plain White at HAGAN BROS Mr B F Evans of Lancaster is here this week He expects to locate here having been engaged to teach the school at Texas Mr W T Noe of Whitewright Texas is here on a visit to relatives He has been a resident of Texas for the past thirty years Leo Haydon Hood Cunningham Harry Reed Shaker Robertson and Lee Smith attended the dance in Bardstown last Thursday night Mr and Mrs A J Vance of Jack- Son Tenn returned to their home Monday after a visit tt his mother and other relatives here Messrs J H Waters and S B Thompson spent the latter part of last week at Greensburg were they had an enjoyable time fishing Mrs Annie J Simme left yesterdad at noon for Mommoth Cave She was joined by Miss Ella Shaunty Louies Hamilton and Mrs Norris Prof G W Colvin and Messrs B yesterIdaythe Kentucky Educational Association Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes have issued invitations to an at home n party for next Saturday evening it e r 4 I Shirt Waists Dont wear your life out over a sewing machine but come to our store and buy one of these I I They are pretty the latest styles and we feel sure that you Iwill be delighted with them a ing the twentieth of the marriage of Mr and Mrs Mayes The following young ladies ef8posed a party which attended the com exercises at Nazareth last Misses Simms Cain Booker Shader Smith Price Carrico Edelen Baker and Conway dProf and Mrs J T C Noe who have been visiting friends and relatives here for the past week left Monday for Jellico Tenn where Professor Noe will deliver his lecture before retuning to his home at Cumberland Gap Tenn Mrs Mary C Thomas and daughter Miss Lillie ofHartford Ky are visitmfj Mrs Nannie Walker on Grundy avenue Mrs Thomas is the daughter of the late William Platt who is remembered by the older citizens as a yearstago Mr and Mrs Ray Wakefield of Wakefield Station have extended inv sations to quite a number of Spnnf field young people to be present at their home tomorrow evening to meet their guests Misses Turpin and Perry of Americus Ga eeeeeeeee e THE DOUBLE= STORE IIftUIIDY CLAYlftOOKE IIIIIIE PrIlters 1 June Bargains Ir 75c to 5 Readymade READYMADE WAISTS anniversary mencement Thursday For 30 Days- We iwill make SPECIAL PRICES to the trade on aD Clothing in our house iCHILDRENS UNDERWEAR Per tOeGarment q trct j I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905 J vtLadieshove just nciivid cur second shipmint of Qi nn ifr S bees and Oxfords PateNt Leathers Tans and Canvass f CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE FMerEE EEEEEEfE EEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEER Farm and Other Matters T T T As Diudsseddy J S TRIGG 3 3 a aaaa Korthem pine lumber Is each year becoming more and more knotty and the grade Is now based upon the number of knots to the board When so very few ears of corn are required to plant an acre of ground It is sheer carelessness not to absolutely know that each ear gives corn of a perfect germinating power We know of a man who after letting lila stock run to his haystack all win ter has had to buy hay of his neighbor to carry his stock through There Is Bot much that can be done for this sort If the corn crop Is reduced In yield 25 per cent as a result of using poor seed and another loss of 25 per cent occurs by failing to save the fodder It Is no wonder the corn growers of the coun try dont get rich very fast The winter snows are always a protecting blanket to the soil and to all vegetation while the late spring snows are in a sense fertilizers In that theY carry a larger per cent of ammonia than does the snow of the winter sea son The jackknife test for seed corn Is about as reliable as the tooth and born test for determining the age of the horse and the cow There is a better and surer method Keep the jackknife In your pocket when it comes to test ing seed corn It is not at all an unusual thing for the grower to put 100 worth of commercial fertilizer on each acre of tobacco land In the Connecticut valley This fact may seem queer to the west ern farmer who has 500 loads of ma nure in his barnyard which he has not enterprise enough to put on his fields We know of one farm where this spring 193 healthy young pigs have been produced from twentyone sows and fortythree lambs from twentyfive ewes On the other hand we know of another farm where only thlrt three pigs were produced from twentysix sows and this marked difference was directly traceable W care and feed and not to breed North and South Dakota farmers ar gradually discovering the important tact that through much of both states 1alfalfa can be very successfully grown a fact which will add to the produc tive value of each acre whereon it can be grown not less than ro for wher ever alfalfa can be successfully grown it will produce year after year a ne return which will easily pay 10 percent on a valuation of 100 per acre J Every Dakota farmer should try al falfa The use of the new harrow carts r whereon the driver can ride is com mendable Following a fast walking team all day long walking on the yielding soil is a leg wearing business We believe we have been as tired when night came at this work as any work we ever did unless It was on a forced march after the foe during the war The time has come when a man SB no longer laughed at for saving both Isis legs and his arms in the doing of ale farm work We feel ttafe Ja asserting that any land in say state where alfalfa can be grown successfully worth easily 100 fee acre and we care not whether it be located in the sand hills of Nebraska iiattxe prairies of Montana and Da lets er whether it be abandoned farm js Nth York or Virginia seaas iaeatbeef pork mtlttOOandjjreol jaUfcaad butter and a 4 money No man can make a mistake when he buys cheap land which will grow alfalfa even though th soil may seem to be poor and the rainfall scant When clover hay is worth as muc as 7 per ton it will payanr man to get cloth hay caps cure his hay in large cocks before stacking At least onehalf the nutritive value clover hay all through the country ofI wasted under the present wasteful methods of securing the crPP We must have clover to keep up the fertil ity of the soil and we must have the hay to help balance up the stock ra tions All that is needed Is some od whereby the hay crop can lie cur and secured in proper shape addwith outloss The hay cap will do it an- do d it right The past winter was a very herd one on the poor little quails All through b the north central section of the tnited States tha snowdrifts were bi and deep and the weather bitter and intensely cold As the drifts melted laway those birds would be found starved and frozen whole coveys in a This Is to be greatly regretted 4s no more useful or attractive birds are to be found on the American continent If it were not for these serious Win ter losses the quail would soon become one of the most common of our birds as it takes very kindly to the senlido mesticated conditions of American farm life The extreme cold of the past winter a temperature of 20 below zcro Which hit a large belt of the peach growing territory in Missouri Kansas and Oklahoma has probably finished iip the peach crop for tills season if It hat not destroyed the trees root and branch Where one has a peach orchard so hit a careful examination be made of each tree to see if the Injury extends to the trunk and root systen senttsimply confined to the last season growth of wood and the fruit buds the vnmJIngMay when a new growth will be thrown oUt and the tree become right in two or three years DotMr Ji T Barber of Irwinville Ga always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remed thand ready for instrnt use Attack- fcolic cholera morbus and diarrhoea come on so that there is no startfor medicine Mr Barber says I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of the best medicines lever saw I keep a bottle of it in my room as I have several attacks of colic and it hasI proved to be the best medicine I ever used Sold by C J Haydon Commissioners Sale John G Ruby etc plaintiffs vs Os Burks etc defendants Washington Springyf six months a lot of with house on KyadJol Iiacresley deceased witah GLEACHMANMasterOomr R t A Big little Girl Kentucky Standard Miss Sudie Beam claims the distinc ageinyears old and weighs 201 pounds She also possesses great strength andre cently lif a barrel of sugar weighing 348 pounds with as much ease as a strong mart She is about five feet three inches in height and has gained thirty pounds during the past year Settled the Differences Central City Ky June 9At Be yier near here Henry Brown killed Dave Patton Patton went to Browns house to settle differences between their children Brown secured Pat tons pistol shooting the latter three times in tho head Slot Machines Return Newport Ky June 19There was a wave of indignation in Newport when the people learned that the slot ma chines whlc had been ordered out May 1 by ths mayor had reappeared The saloonkeepers will fight the mat ter in the The lighest in Nine Years Lexington Ky June 19the heat here has been Intense There were two prostrations W H Sniith and Louis Fain both of whom however are out of danger The mere ry was 92the hjghjjdi point for June reached fnine years acnt r s Accidentally Shot Himself Covington Ky June 19 Brainard Bayless tne son of Waterworks Com missioner Bayless of Covington acci armilaylessdid not know t was loaded iBowling Gireen Water Works Frankfort Ky June 15The state board of valuation and assessment fiX ted the valuati of the Bowling Green Vater Co for the of franchise taxation It placed its total capital nation at 100000 of which 50000 is the valuation of tangible property and 50000 value of franchise Robbed a Veteran Lexington Ky June 15Tom Cos tlgan is locked up here charged with picking the pocket of dos ph Hughes Iheran stopping over here en route to the reunion at Louisville Costlgan when arrested had Hughes pocketbook Suit For lack TaXes Frankfort Ky June Auditor Hager authorized bridging of suit against the Mutual Life Insurance Co of Newark N JIto recov r for com 694059edperiod of five years Capt James M Thomas Dead Paris Ky June 16 aPfJamesM Tomas died at Ford Ky tensively engaged In the lumber trade 4 having large mills at Ford Living ston and Frankfort Hei leaves an estate valued at abut 800000 Country J Sold For 12500 Lexington Ky Tune 16 Country J 2lQy by Jay Ha kes dam Paranella was sold by Gus city to Isaac Eckert bfReadlngPa for 12000 He will pe sent to AI Cummings at New Albany N Y The Indians of the Choctaw tribe in IndIan Territory have formed a good roads association Dickinson Resigns Louisville Ky June 17 William J Dickinson third vice president of the Louisville Nashville railroad has resigned after a service of 23 years He will go into the fruit business in the east Will Hold a FairIMiddleburg Kyi June l7At a meetingof the y County Fair as held at Liberty It was decided to hold a three days exhibition this year The dates are August 1618 Louisville Tobacco Market Louisville Ky June 17Sntes on e co breaks were suspended on account of the Confederate parade Sales for the past week amounted to 3326 hhjls 1054 burley and 2272 dark Col Stephen N Winslow has been connected the Philadelphia In Cqr63 earst bysjan wn person in Wyoming county rVa ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy A few doses of this remedy will invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea epidemicsSUCCe8SIIt can always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colic and chol era morbus It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantum in children and is the meansof saving the live of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every man of a family should keep this remedy in his home Buy it now It may save life PRICE 25c LARGE SIZE 50c For salt by J Htydom Springfield 5 + MtF 141 141 JI t Tatham Springs++ + t A pretty Scene on Chaplin River iL are hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer pon cases of Brifhts Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas IThereIntestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tatham cures these diseases Write for catalogue of testimonials tBOARD era1er weeer month 35 ata HE HOTEL at Tatham Springs Washington County Ky is situated on Ca- reY Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glenns Creek The hills surrounding the valley are three hundred ft high from the top ofwhich the prospect is varied and sublime Chaplin river which is stocked with fine game fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which place it makes a grand circuit of three miles returning within ninety feet leaving a tItpicturesque ridge through which a tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill 4 IThe Spring is really an artesian well spouting from about one hundred feet betit4 low the surface pouring out its healing waters insufficient quantities to supply world 4 The water r is a mild alkaline diuretic i with tonic and alterative propertiesof the Wmost 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 I water convinces us that nature in her subtle labratory deep in the earth has given to it properties which the chemist cannot account for tit +Mrs SE WornaHrMaiiager atlJamiings otelf lffjt Tatham Springs Ky Jt i t ito + + T + + + + + + + + + ot itsl Ltut H + + + + + + + + + + ++ wwwwwsZ + + + + + 4 w ww 4 4T4 + KENTUCKY TO DATE r t If It Happened In Kentucky You Will find It Here Condensed Items From Every Quarter of the State j THE BUSY FARMER MAY KEEP POSTED BY JUST A GLANCE OR SO Death From Unnatural Causes Paducah Ky June 17The Inquest into the sudden death of Mrs Ida Hes sig who was found dead in her room a week ago by her husband Dr S T Hessig was finished and the jury re turned a verdict that she came to her death from unnatural causes Weds Wealthy Farmer ML Sterling Ky June 17 James v haley of Sharpsburg a wealthy farmer and Mrs Kate Tipton of this city were married here The groom is 78 years old and the bride was a widow of 50 and a sister of Judge E ORear of Frankfort Burst a Blood Vessel While Coughing Owingsvllle Ky June 17Mrs Ma ry Connor aged 76 years burst a blood vessel while coughing and died Sne was a daughter of Dr James Berry deceased a settler of this county who waa an Intimate friend of Henry CTay the great commoner GoV Beckham Names Paducah Frankfort Ky June 17Gov Beck ham named Paducah as the place for the annual encampment of the Kentucky State guard this year The de of the encampment have not all been perfected yet but the time wl be early in August Death of Leonard Trapp Newport Ky June 17Lennar- Trapp d one of the wealthiest and best knowitcitizens of Campbell county dead at his home on the Licking pik about two miles west of Alexandria Trapp was a farmer and stock raise- Stock Yards Receiver Louisville Ky June 17Harry P McKnight suing for himself and th other stockholders of the Central Stock Yards Co has filed a suit in which he hake the appointment of a ceiver for the concern I State Normal School Lexington Ky June 17PlnB a on foot to wrest jfrom the State college here control off the State Normal school and located at different points into three parts located at different t points In the state Both His Legs Were Broken West Point Ky June 17Ed Mc Afee who was acting In place of J G Brashear bridges for the Texas mstetof at IrVIngton and both legs He It also in jured interjlgjly NO Raise In Assessments Frankfort Ky June 15The board of equalization took final stateI as to the assessment of the county of Jefferson accepting the assessment as made and equalized In the county the total amount of which is 135828308 Deaf Woman Killed By Locomotive Paducah Ky June 15Mrs Maui Everetts 54 years od while crossing a footpath near Tyler three miles from the city was struck by a railroad engine and instantly killed She was deaf ana did not hear the trains ap preach Drowned While Swimming Covington Ky June 15 Fran Pell 11 son of Henry H Pell ElIza beth and Taylor streets West Coving ton was drowned while swimming In the Ohio river The boy was i seized with cramps The body was recov ered Military Company Mustered In Henderson Ky June I5The Hen derson company of the Kentucky tional guard was mustered in lI Berry of Morganfield and Capt Crabb oiIfli company Louisville Tobacco Louisville Ky June 15Four hun Bred and seventyfour hhds of hurley prices3 numeoffered was 219 The to1075rHarness Dealer Falls Mt Sterling Ky June 15 George sademade an assignment to Attorne Chiles His liabilities and assets are about equal Pressing claims and dull business caused the failure Killed By a Runaway Mule reFranklin Ky June 15 Charley Swearingen was killed by a mule He was riding sidewise on the mule en route to a field to plow The mule b came frightened and ran and the fell entangled in the gear Negro Carves An Engineer Louisville Ky June15J W Bob bltt an Illinois Central engineer was attacked by Charles Parker a negro and literally cut to pieces The at tack was unprovoked ll lll IJlIIIi1 I IItl SIXBREAD TICKETS AT CONRAD HERTLEINSfOR 25c Realty Bargains Washusgtonk wamutland fcounty splendid 200 acres tobacco land at 62255 acres highly unproved stock farm Mercer county at 38 100 acres nice farm near Harrodstiurgj on pike at 60166 acres Mercer Stantionimproved at Bardstown Junction 4000 goodajhemp and tobacco land Garrard coun ty at 36 ExchangeStore prop 2housesfarmAIdme if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency HarrodsburgV Ky eoeoeoeaeoeoeoeoeaeoeoeoeo HAYDON THOMPSON Ea1MotMevsYJ Springfield rKentuckyPhone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets oWe are Fully Equipped If will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidnest Getlelleae eaaaqoQiIa e Corpoal punishment abelklicd seine time ago in the New York p4liexschool has been restored i f sI JTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 21 1905 1 J tI f w 41 LIFE LIBERTY And The Pursuit of Happiness DependsLargely I Upon What Iwo j Eat I VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY McELROY BROS i4 ta4 4Gf VVt l5he Wings of The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Oepyright 1S08 by Edward J Close Jenks shooting blindly as tie too ran for the ladder emptied the revolv er just as his left hand clutched a Tung Three Dyaks were so close that 3t would be folly to attempt to climb He threw the weapon Into the face of the foremost man effectually stopping this onward progress The sailor turned to dive into the cavand secure the rifle from Mir Jan whenbIs shin caught the heavy crowbar resting against the rock Th- epof the blow lent emphasis to the 15wf g with which the implement de oo upon some portion of a Dyak anatomy Jenks never knew where he lilt the second assailant but the place cracked like an eggshell He had not time to recover the bar for another blow so he drove the point In the gullet of a gentleman who was He drove the point in the gullet about to make a vicious sweep at him with a parang The downfall of this worthy caused his Immediate succes sor to stumble and Jenks saw his opportunity With the agility of a cat he Jumped up the ladder and reached the ledge without Injury theteedof Iris shrill cry the sailor was breast high with the ledge and calling to her All right old girl Keep It up But here he was close to her unhurt and calmly jubilant as was his way when a stiff fight went well He was f y her side now firing and aiming too for the Dyaks broke cover recklessly In running for shelter and ones may do fair work by moonlight She had strength enough left to place the rifle out of harms way before she broke down and sobbed not tearfully but in a paroxysm of reaction Soon all was quiet beneath save for the la bored efforts of some wounded men to get far away from that accursed rock Jenks was able to turn to Iris He en deavored to allay her agitation and succeeded somewhat for tears came and she clung to him It was useless to reproach him The whole Incident unforeseen She was herself a 7was to it But what an escape You have been a very good little girl and have earned your supper he said Oh how can you talk so callously rater stab an awful experience she Pure Food T- Is one of the Godsends oithe country It strengthens the nation because it gives to the people a muscular strength lEwe should dis cover one pinch or package of impure food in our stock we would remove it as quickly as if it were so much deadly poison We buy nothing but the best and freshest therefore we have the best and freshest for our customers Oriole Shredded Cocoanut For cake dressing pies etc It is pure and wholesome All kinds of extracts and chocolates I a e iS4a r J expostulated brokenly It Is a small thing to trouble about sweetheart he explained You spotted the enemy so promptly and blazed away with such ferocity that they never got within yards of meiAre you sure I vow and declare that after we have eaten something and sampled pur remaining bottle of wine I will tell you exactly what happened Why not now 1 Because I must first see to Mir J I bundled him neck and crop Into th cave 1 hope I did not frurt him You are not going down th re again 1 Xo need I trust He went to the side of the ledge recovered the ladder which he had hastily hauled out of the Dyaks reach titter his climb and cried jAhof the Most High you are allyeI was searching among the slain with a sorrowful heart The Mohammedans voice name from some little distance on the left The slain you say How many Five sahib FIr blindly with the revolver and only hit one man hard with the iron bar vOue other dropped near the wood after I obtained a rifle Then there be six sahib not reCkon- ing the wounded L have accounted for one so the miss sahib must have What is he saying about meT in quired Iris who had risen and joined her lover He says you absolutely staggered the Dyaks by opening fire the monient they appeared How did you come to slay one I- rJanbe continued A son of a black pig followed me Into the cave I waited for him in the darkness I have just thrown his body outside Well done Is Taung SAH dead by any lucky chance t No sahib If he be not the sIt I will goand see You may be attacked I have found a sword sahib You left me no cartrIdgesiJenks told him thatthe clip andi the twelve packets were lying at the toot of the rock where Mir Jan speedily discovered them The Mohamm0dau gave satisfactory assurance that hcj understood the mechanism of the rifle by filling and adjusting the magazine Makes Soft Smooth Velvety Skin JtMawrts 1IllckhalsA Kentucky perfecting a Tor rerliarlcableincovery has become popular with complexion spedalistsand ands of women owing to its pleasing perfectlyharmless germsIftheir duties naturally the general colt pimplesblackheads creams lotions and so called beautifiers as a rule have a tendency to close the pores thereby not only proving injurious but if used regularly they make the skin flabby and thick The new Paracamph a combination of coohngt apPliedjgoes mduclingParacamph is peculiar a smooth velvety effect because It nourishes and feeds those cells which produce the oils necessary for making a skin1 Dont hesitate try Paracamph at once It is guaranteed to be perfectly harmless and its use will convince that it is superior to aWecamph for a three days t treatmentVrit today The Paracamph Company Louise Ky U S A Dept F For sat b JlHaydon3prlnrield Then he wenttoexamine the corpse of the man who lay in the open near the quarry path The sailor stood In instant readiness to snake a counter demonstration were the native assailed But there was no sign of the Dyaks Mir Jan returned with the news that the sixth victim of the brief yet fierce encounter was a renegade Malay He was so confident that the enemy had enough of It for the night that after recovering Jenks revolver he boldly went to the well nnd drew himseflf a supply of water During supper Jenks told Iris so much of the story as was good for her that is to say he cut dbwn the casu alty list It was easy to see what had hap pened The Dyaks having missed the Mohammedan and their water bag searched for him and heard the con versation nt the fc the rock Knowing that their resbnce was suspected they went back jjor reenforce ments and returned by the shorter and more advantageous rout afong Turtle beach Iris would have talked all night but Jenks made her go to sleep by pillow ing her head against his shoulder and smoothing her tangled trusses with his hand He managed to lay her on a comfortable pile of ragged clothing and then resumed his vigil Mir Jan of fered to mount guard beneath but Jenks bade him go within the cave and remain there for the dawn would soon be upon them Left alone with his thoughts he won dered what the rising sun would bring in Its train He reviewed the events ot the last twentyfour hours Iris and heMiss Deane Mr Jenks to each other were then undiscovered in their refuge the Dyaks were gathered around a roaring fire in the valley and Mir Jan was keen In the hunt as the keenest among them Now Iris was his affianced bride over twenty of the enemy were killed and many wounded und Mir Jan a devoted adherent wits seated beside the skeleton in the gloom of the cavern A period of reflection could hardly pass without a speculative dive into the future If Iris and he were reS- cued what would happen when they went forth once more into the busi world Not for one instant dId lie doubt her faith She was true a steel knit to him now by bonds of triple brass But what would Sir Ar thur Deane think of his daughters marriage to a discredited and cashiered officer What was it that poor Mir Jan called hlmselta disgraced man Yes that was it Could that stain be removed Mir Jan was doing it Whr not beby other means for his good name rested on the word of a perjured woman Wealth was potent but not all powerful He would ask Iris to wait until became to her unsoiled by slander purged this odium cast upon hliii unmerited To awake her he kissed her he knew not perchance it might be their last kiss ou earth Not yet dawn there was morning in the air for the first faint shafts of light were not visible from their eyrie owiilg to Its position But there was much to be done The canvas awning was rolled back and the stores built into a barricade In tended to shelter Iris What is that for she asked when she discovered Its nature He told her She definitely refused to avail herself of any such protection Robert dear she said If the attack comes to our very door so to speak surely I must help you Even my slight aid may stem a rush In one place while you lire busy in nnothjer He expjalned to her that if hand to hand ifehting were necessary he would depend more upon a crowbar than a rifle lo sweep the ledge clear She migb lie In the way Very well The moment you tell me to get behind that fence I will do so Even there I can use a revolver That reminded him Ills own pistol was unloaded He possessed only five more cartridges of small caliber He placed them in the weapon and gave it to her Now you have eleven mens lives in your hands he said Try not to miss if you must shoot In the dim light he could not see the spasm of pain that clouded her face No Dyak would reach her while he lived If he fell there was another use for one of those cartridges The sailor had cleared the mania floor of the rock and wtS1 placing his four rifles and other Implements within easy reach when a hiss came from beneath Mir Jan exclaimed Iris What now demanded Jenks overtime side Sahib they come J am prepared Let that snake get back to his hole in the rock lest a mongoose seize him by the head Mir Jan engaged in a scouting expedition on his own account understood that the officer sahibs orders must be obeyed He vanished Soon they heard a great crackling among the bushes on the right but Jenks knew even before he looked that the Djaks had correctly estimated the extent of his fire zone and would keep out Of It Time first physical Intimation of the ene nys design they received was a pun gent bt pleasant smell of burning pin borne to them by the northerly bre ze and filling the air with Its are ma The Dyaks kindled a huge fire The heat was perceptible even on the ledge but the minutes passed and the dawn broadened into day without any other result being achieved Iris a little drawn and pale with suspense said with a timid giggle This does not seem to be so very serious It reminds me of my efforts tocookThere Is more to follow I fear dear one But the Dyaks are fools They should have waited until night fell again aftej wearing us out by constant day If they Intend to em 1VJgllanceull it would be far worse for usat Phew A volume of murky vapor arose that nearly suffocated them by the first whiff of Its noisome fumes It curled like a black pall over the fare of the rock and blotted Out sea and sky They coughed Incessantly and nearly choked for the Dyaks had thrown wet seaweed on top of the burning pile of dry wood Mir Jan born In Interior India knew little about the sea or its products and when the savages talked of seaweed hie thought they meant green wood Fortunately for him the ascending clouds of smoke missed the- cae or infallibly he must have been stifled Lie flat on the rock gashed Jenks Careless of waste he poured water over a coat and made Iris bury her mouth and nose in the wet cloth Tills gave her immediate relief and she showed her woman wit by tying the sleeves of the garment behind her neck Jenks nodded comprehension and fol lowed her example for by tills means their hands were left free The black cloud grew more dense each few seconds Nevertheless owing to the slope of the ledge and the tend ency of the smoke to rise the south side was far more tenable than the north Quick to note this favorable cir cumstance the sailor deduced a fur ther fact from it A barrier erected on the extreme right of the ledge would be a material gain IIe sprang up dragged the huge tarpaulin from Its former location and propped It on the handle of the pickax driven by one mighty stroke deep Inro a crevice of the rock It was no mean feat of strength that he performed He swung the heavy and cumbrous canvas Into position as If It were a dust cloth He emerged from the gloom of the driven cloud red eyed but triumphant Instantly the vapor on the ledge lessened and they could breathe even talk Overhead and Ih front the smoke swept In ever increasing density but once again the sailor had outwitted the Dyaks ma neuvers We have weal the first rubber n he whispered to Iris- beneathAbove beyond they could see nothing The air they breathed was hot and fetid It was like be- Ing immured In a foul tunnel and al most as dark Junks looked over the parapet He thought he could distin guish some vague figures on the sands he fired at them A volley of an swering bullets crashed Into the rock on all sides The Dyaks had laid their plans well this time A firing squad stationed beyond the smoke area and supplied with all the available guns commenced and kept up a smart fusil ade in the direction of the ledge in order to cover the operations of the scaling party Jenks realized that to expose himself was to court a serious wound and achieve no useful purpose He fell back out of range laid down his rifle and grabbed the crowbar At brief In tervals a drop hollow boom came up from the valley At first it puzzled them until the sailor hit upon an ex planation Mir Jan was busy The end of a strong roughly made ladder swung through time smoke and banged against the ledge Before Jenks could reach it those hoisting It Into position hastily retreated They were standing In front of the cave and the Mohammedan made play on them with a rifle at thirty feet Jenks using his crowbar as a lever toppled the ladder clean over It fell outward and disconcerted a section of the musketeers Well done cried Iris The sailor astounded by her tone gave her a fleeting glance She was very pale now but not with fear Here es were slightly contracted her nostrils qulvqring her lips set tight and her chin dimpled Resting on one knee with a revolver In each hand she seem ed no puling mate for the gallant man who fought for her There was no time for further speech Three ladders were reared against the Now both crowbar and revolver were needed rock They were so poised and held below that Jenks could not force them backward A fourth appeared Its coarse shafts looming into sight like the horns of some gigantic animal The four covered practically tho whole front of the ledge save where Mir Jan cleared a little space on the level The sailor was standing now with the crowbar clinched In both hands The firing in the valley slackened and died away A Dyak face grinning like a Japanese demon appeared at the top of the ladder nearest to Iris Dont fire shouted Jenks And the iron bar crushed downward Two others witched themselves half on to the fedge Now both crowbar and revolver were needed Three ladders were thus cumbered somewhat for those beneath and Jenks sprang toward the fourth and most distant Men were crowding It like ants Close to his feet lay an empty water cask It was a crude weapon but effective when well pitched and the sailor had never made a better shot for a goal in the midst of a hard fought scrimmage than he spade with that tub for the head of the uppermost pirate Another volley came from the sands A bullet plowed through his hair and sent his souwester flying Again the besiegers swarmed to the attack One way or the other they must succeed A man and a woman evenlsuch a man and such a woman could not keep at bay an infuriated horde of fifty say ages fighting at close quarters and un der these grievous conditions Jenks knew what would happen He would be shot while repelling the seal lug party And Iris Dear heart She was thinking of him Keep back They can never gain the ledge she shrieked And then above the din of the fu sillade the yells of the assailants and the bawling of the wounded there came through the air a screaming tear ing ripping sound which drowned all others It traveled with Incredible speed and before the sailor could believe his earsfor he well knew what it meant a shrapnel shell burst In front of the ledge and drenched the valley with flying lead Jenks was Just able to drag Iris flat against the rock ere the time fuse operated and the bullets flew He could form no theory hazard no conjecture All he knew was that a twelve pounder shell had flown toward them through space scattering red ruin among the InstantlyheDyaks should havegamed a foothold on the ledge The ladders were empty He could near a good deal of groaning the footsteps of running men and some dis- tanti shouting Sahib yelled Mir Jan drawn from his retreat by the commotion without Yes shouted Jenks The native In a voice cracked with TheImake quite sure that Mir Jan was not mistakenThen threw his arms round Iris drew her close and whispered My darling we are saved A warship has 0inchored just beyond the south reef and two boats filled with armed sailors are now pulling ashore CHAPTER XY HE drifting smoke was still sc dense that not even the floor of them valley could be discerned Jenks dared not leave Iris at such a moment He called to Mir Jan Take off your turban and hold It above your head if you think they can see you from the warship It is all right sahib came the cheering answer One boat is close inshore I think from the uniforms they are English sahibs such as I have seen at Garden Reach The Dy aks have alIgone- XeertllelessJenks waited There was nothing to gain by being too pre- cIpitate A false step now might undo the achieveuiepts of many weeks Mir Jan was dancing about beneath In a state of wild excitement They have seen the Dyaks running to their sampans Sahib he yelled and the second boat Is being pulled In that direction Yet another has just left the ship A translation made Iris excited eager to go down and see these wonders The boom of a cannon came from the sea Instinctively1 the girl ducked for safety though her companion smiled at her fears for the shell would have long preceded the report had it traveled their way One of the remaining sampans has got under way he explained and the warship Is firing at her Poor wretches murmured Iris Cannot the survivors be allowed to escape Kell we are unable to interfere Those caughton the island will probably be taken to the mainland and bunged for their crimes so the manner of their end Is not of much consequence To the girls manifest relief there was no more firing and Mir Jan an nounced that a number of sailors were actually on shore Then her thoughts turned to a matter of concern to the feminine mind even In the gravest mo ments of existence She laved her face with water and sought her discarded skirtSoon the steady tramp of boot clad feet advancing nt the double was heard on the shingle and an officers voice speaking the crude Hlndoostanee of the engine room and forecastle shouted to Mir Jan III you black fellow Are there any white people here Jenks sang out Yes two of us Perched on the rock over your In ids We are coming downHe cast loose the rope ladder Iris was limp and trembling Steady sweetheart he whispered Dont forget the slip between the cup and the lip Hold tight but have no fear I will be just beneath- It was well be took this precaution She was now so unnerved that an unguarded movement might have led to an accident But the knowledge that her lover was near the touch of hiss hand guiding her feet on to the rungs of the ladder sustained her They had almost reached the level when a loud exclamation and the crash of a heavy blow caused Jenks to halt and look downwardTO CONTINUED NEXT WEEK Samuel Goldstein of Carter county was seized with cramps while bathing in Argillite creek was drowned J j Heart WeaknessDr made many hearts well after pronouncedhopeless cured thousands and will al most invariably cure or benefit every case of heart disease Short breath pain around flutteringdizzy neglectedTake and see how quick you will be relieved heartbutstrengthening the heart nerves and muscles relieving the restoringitsI had a Very bad case of heart trouble For six months I could not work Last July I was plowing corn and feeling bad aU day ll the after noon in plowing one row I had to lay Myheartburst through and I had difficulty lagetting my breath I purchased a J Dr Miles Heart Cure and before I had used half of it I could lay down and sleep all night Previously I had to get up from fiveto ten severalbottlesclock work I feel like a new man and can work considerable for an olct man 844 years old H D SJcGTTJ Frost Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkfaart Ind Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS lea D Robertson President HonZH Thurman VicePrudent J A Bonlware Cashier Chas Yo ilcChord Asst Cashier H cLee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GrahamJudgeJ WSatterly T JLBIanfordlYour Banking Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed ooboobooooooooooooooooooos oooooooocooooooooooooooooo Lro S B THOXPSOX JB i HAYDON THOMPSON 1 r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLEfe Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For TraYdlag Men PHOSE 18 eoeoeoeQoeooeaeoeaeaeaeg JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Casket aixiEuriIRobes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 eoeoeQeoeoeoeQeOQQeQ Qe CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The LouisVille Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 820 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 704 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 O The Sun and the Sunday Cour r ierJournal one year 2 80 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfield Ky t E t l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY t JUNE 21 1905 yeI f DANGEROUSI iOf i has made this work a study W C GrigsbY Op tician will be at The Walton Hotel in Springfield Saturday July 87 To test the and fit and adjust Glasses He isa graduate of j I ChicagoS + + + W C = Grigsby OPTICIAN t t tEXAS S The farmers of this community are certanily glad to see the rain Miss Annie Claybrooke has returned home after a delightful trip to Lexing tonSeveral from here attended the reunion at Louisville last week PerryaCharles Harmon The furneral services of Mrs Robert Young of near Jensonton took place here Thursday morning Rev J Wr Campbell officiating Little Miss Jennie Claybrooke of Springfield is visiting her grandparents hereLeslie Purdom left Saturday for Winchester where he winspend a few days An ice cream supper will be served at this place on the night of July 1 for the benefit of the church here Eve one is invited to attend Miss Bettie Deboe and Mabel Tyler of Springfield attended services here SundayMr of Sherman Texas and his motherinlaw Mrs Sydney Green of Springfield werethe pleasant guests of Mr Jacob Kimberlin last Monday Mrs Yewell of Bardstown visited Mrs P C W Peterson recently On the 13th there arrived at the home of Henry Peterson a bouncing boy Muss Effie Kimberlin who has be visiting for the past few months i Bowling Green has returned to her home here She was accompained b her sister Mrs Nettie Harmon of that place Mr John Peterson and wife were the guests of the latters mother Mrs ML Sweazy of Nelson county last week Miss Ruth Claybrooke has returned home after a pleasent visit to her sister Mrs Cleveland of Lebanon Mr J D Whayne of Dalton Texas and his nieces Misses Whayne and Cattics of Louisville are visiting the formers brother Col R E Whayne of this place Death of Mrs from n Mrs Froman ged eightythree di at her home near Pleasant Run las if Monday The interment took place in the Bethlehem cemetery on Tuesday morning Rev Graves of Lebanon officiating She leaves a host of friends and relatives to mourn her death HILLSBORO We had a good tobacco season Mon- daybetter than we have had since the 20th of May Everybody that set last Monday and Friday had it all to do overMiss Maud Inman who has been very sick is able to be out again Mr Robert Thompson of Pleasant Grove was in this neighborhood Mon day Miss Pearl Barr of Springfield at tended churchhere Sunday Miss Lula Pinkston of Cross Roads spent several days week with Miss Jessie NoeL Mallie Shields who has been visiting relatives near Tatham Springs for several weeks returned home Sunday Sabe Coulter and wife visited J M Shields and family Sunday Mr James Coulter of this place at tended the conclave at Louisville several days last Mrs Mollie Sutherland went to Anderson county Sunday to see her uncle that has been in Texas for nineteen years Rev W E Sutherland returned from Warren county Monday Brother John Key preached a very interesting sermon Sunday Mr Fitch Godby bought a horse from Byon Parksr price unknown The farmers are busy cutting wheat and rye which is ripening ry fast Mr J M ShielcTs threeyearold t wear Glasses that do not fit your eyes + Why not have them fitted by one who the eyes week horse was rescued from a watery becommg dugduringProbabY1f jumped in to cool off colt was discovered floating around but as he has since seen service it is fair to presume ale is uninjured and that the next time he goes to drink he will think before he leaps L MACKVILLE We are having some fine weather now Our farmers have Iall finished setting tobacco and are cutting wheat The crops are fine Several of our neighbors have purchased new binders Among the number that attended the Confederate reunion In Louisville were GraveryHatch ett and daughter Miss Eva Jo Wycoff and Walter Foley The Lewis brothers will give a min SaturIdayMiss May Haydon is visiting herj cousin Miss Hattie Warren at Perry1 villa daughterGainesville o h Ewell of Bardstown are visiting rela biackvillenrearednKentucky and is proud of it froYn a stay of several days Missies Sadie and Ethel Mayes were charming visitors at the home of Mrs James Cregor last Wednesday night Mrs James Mitchell and daughter Texas and Mrs Mitchells sister Mrs Ewell of Bardstown were the guests of Mr and Mrs James Gregor Thursday accompaniedhODe sister Miss Lucy Hall of the Deaf and Dumb Institute Misses Melvenia and Maggie Wycoff are visiting in Louisville Dr W T Barnett was in Louisville last week with a patient Mrs Lam operationt me McMullin of Louisville are visits relatives here Mr Lois Yankey and Miss Sadie Mayes spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Ollie Shewmaker Mr James Graves of Springfield Sundayhome at Mr Cornelius Gillespie spent Saturday night with Mr Will Harmon Misses Annie Haydon and Ethel Turner were guests of Miss Nora SheI maker Sunday SundaywithDr Preston Peter of Logan county rJpariSPeter noted Confederate leader who is Iill at an Alabama resort is that he is improved greatly PublicSaleAt David L Payne six miles from Springfieldon Bardstown pike I will on 1ISATURDAY JULY I 1905I Beginning at 1 oclock p m sell at public auction to the highest bidder the David L Payne deceasedconsisting of yearlingheifers toofsfarming daypfMRS LUCINIA PAYNE Admx David L Payne A Song of Summer Rain Atlanta Constitution When the big roan summer raindrops CTheDYouvalley an the plain An a ofwelcomeDancin on the hilltops plainWhatIn the fall o summer rain How the corn blades rustle All the famished crops Listen beadydropsAn the roses in the garden they all againAn seem thankful with a silver rim o gain Dancin oer the meadows plainWhatIn the fall o summer rain CARDWELL ofSharpsvilleSunday A large number attendedchurch at Battle Sunday to hear Rev E W Som mers preach An allday meeting will be held at Mount Freedom on Saturday Tune 24 memIt CTheMr and Mrs E T Perkins visited at John Bulls Sunday Davis Noel spent Saturday night at W jET Perkins were at Lawrenceburg on MondayfAt the present time our village is eshoeria people do their own hprseshoe ling Mr James Moore while paring a horses foot received an ugly wound in his arm two inches below the elbow caused by a sudden movement of the- animal Mr Moore bled profusely and fainted twice Dr Patterson dressed the wound and although the injured member is much swollen Mr Moore is doingnicely at this writing Stock Sales Mr E G Holliday bought a lot of stockewes from different parties at 350 and 450 per head also a lot of fat cattle at 3 to 3J cents for the fall market E G Holliday and H J Brown sixyearold horse from Bla this week at 6 cents Billie Willham 15opIsjsviyle Courteous Side In theUHctrospectsot Professor William Knight of the University of St Andrews are some Interesting anecdotes Among these is a bit from a let ter by Dr Mnclngnn who attended lastoyearsYlyle was this He was the most courte ous man I ever met Never once did that old man fail to rise up to receive me npr allow me to leave his room witliput walking to the door with me while he lead strength to do so After death all the ruggedness and the wrin kles disappeared from his face But for the beard it was like that of a Roe man so delicate and beautifully molded it was Protect the back People are more likely td catch cold In the back than they are generally proverigbetween the shoulders should always be kept well covered and sever lean with your back against anything that is cold Never sit with the back in a direct draft and when warming It by the fire do not continue to keep the back exposed to the heat after it has become coinfortably armTo do so is lItntJngJoumal of Health yearswwas murder of his young wife James Dudgeon a wellknown far mer of Grant county committed suicide by drowning EEEFFFl If TmM 1 T T CIf T ItK T IfS T- EFEtFE m fi1 EEEEji JJUnice line of jewelry HaVe your a eyes tested and glasses fitted jj Call and see him 5 tJtJt EE JtJa WORK ii GUARAMTEEDT Ii ik Jasu It Cravesr It W It W MAly ra w r WA tjNf Springfield Market BaconHamsl5c SidesL a- Beegtraa24c per pound Butter per pound hickensHens 8c Spring 12Hc d apples 5c per pound- ucks8c per pound Meal 65c to 75c per bushel Eggs c per dozenIFonther per pound- FlonrS320toJSJ40 Ginseng 3T50 per pound GrainWheat 5115 cord 50c Oats 40c Hides Green 7c toLard per pound Limeroc to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran Sloo shipstufF JL20 per pounds Potatoes Country tt5c to 75c per barrel Turkeys 5c per pound Tallow Jeper pound gallonwoolffnrty oCear of grease 20c tub trashed 28c Country Sorghum I5oto50c Geese JOcnpeice Onion Setsl Darned by Cold Intense cold as Is well known burns If we may use the termlike heat offzero were upon the hand It would have the same ere fect as would the same quantlty of whQhasthe pain inflicted by placing a frosted bit in a horses mouth It burns like hot iron H TES ream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF AItOOLYTHE GTNUINE BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO For sale by C J Haydon Springfield J K K stands for KNOWLEDGE Which all should possess Who seek to attain r less QProficiency Of Glasses to the EyeiTo save from the blatant And others who lie E5 M RUSSELL Jeweler and Optician When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertise ment out and bring it to me Rid stet 25 cents off A M at Market wji ERE YOU CAN BUY Tt1E BESTE- very day in the year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention tee You cant keep cool theseda- ywithout a ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are con stantly in the market for good beeves FTCOXc0Ke- ntucky l Fair Dates T following dates fixed by the different fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced Madisonville August 15 days Danville August 23 daysgHarrods urg August Fern August 154 days daysLawrenceburg Vanceburg August 164 days Guthrie August 173 days Shelbyville August 224 days daysNicholasville Bardstown August 304 days daysElizabethtown 3 days Glasgow September 64 days Kentucky State Fair Sept 186 days Henderson September 266 daysTFalmouth September 2q4 Owensboro October 105 dityth Ii 1iSpecial Summer VIA Excursions ILLINOIS CENTRAL f RAILROADTO = CaliforniaColorado IfAnd to the Lewis and Clark Cintinnial Expisttltn at UPORTLAND OREGONn roundtripTexasonOnly Line Running Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New Mexico and Texas Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands f W HARLOW GP Ar LonisYille ky ooooooooooooo y eXXXXXXX3OGGOOOOOGGOOOOOOOO O QQQQQQQQQQQQQ t Q QQQQaQQQQ o i l Clubbing Rates I nFOR tI 0 0 0 0 0 1905 I Jdl i tI l 0 0 rETHE SPRINGFIELD SUN and I ci ttYOu will 0 Save Money 0 Ry selecting your reading 0 matter from The Suns Club bing list o S a L N r Arrives at Arrives at at Junctn Leaves Leaves Leaves Leaves Junctn Arrives at A large number from this place at tended the ice cream supper at ville night A school was he and Roscoe Bro and Zin Snider spent at this place Mrs Della Carey has horn after visit her mother Mrs Noel of Misses Ofia Carey of Polin visited their Mr and Mrs of this place We have been blessed with ood rain which made tobacco season but now there appears to be plant famine and many farmers will not be able to put full Miss Anna Wells spent at home Misses Zelma and Mattie and Eliza Scott were of Miss Bessie bars who 0Both pa pers lyr 1751Weekly125 tiWeeklyJSemiWeeklySt Louis Globe 175 oHome175 150 Farmer 150 gCountryFarm and 135 JReviewLip incotts 285 400 tIHarpers435 Sunny Sounth 150 tI n G Address The Springfield Ky 41 0 tI OOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOO ooaoooOOQ f and Railroad Table i Incoming Trains Springfield Bardstown Arrives Bardstown Louisville Outgoing Trains Bardstown Bardstown Louisville TATHAM SPRINGS Saturday scruggsI Sunday organized Granville Saturday evening returned a t t Pinkston Thursday another a splendid a out a Fridayan d Saturday POLIN Kathrihe Hardesty Williams guests Hardesty Amanda Cammack Weekly Louisville HeraILoo SemiWeekly American Agriculturist American Epitomist American Fireside Magazine Scnbners Magazine Harpers Weekly i Sun Time Springfield Etheland grandparents Suny only No 91 8 pm 735u 650u 600u Daily No 42 530 a mo 617u 703u 755u DailyNo 1240 p m 1100 a m 930u7304C Suny only No 90 715 a m 800u 846u935Ie Dailyr S 645 p m 552cc 502cc 410cc DailyNo tft DrI410 p m 545 pm been quite ill is getting along very nicely Mrs Louis Reynolds is some better at this writing Enoch Crpw and wife of Maud were the guests ofMr McField Crow Satur 4 ejday of our boys and girls at r the Childrens Night at Maud on Sunday Mr Ed Farris of Rock Bridge was ein our midst Messrs Sundayrof near attended the sinking school at Hardesty schoolhouse Sunday Mr Ben Simpson of Springfield was here Sunday Misses Kathrine and Zebra Hardesty who have been visiting relatives have returned to their home in Lebanon Brother Sims preached to a large congregation at Hardesty schoolhouse Saturday night und Sunday Mr Walter Wilkerson and wife were the guests of Mr Zim Scott Saturday night and Sunday Picnic BILLS The Sun kt prepared to print your picnic bin in away to attract attention thereby drawing the orhas I