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A F r m n1t p irC J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY r L I VOLUME 7 1 1 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 NMMIIR 31 1MailOrder Stoves f t Piqua 0 Dispatch Ii is on stoves or other articles in which there is much iron or steel that the mailorder houses have practiced their greatest deception They offer a stove that appears like a standard make 18 to 22 stove for 8 If they have a stove for 8 or 10 as good a the local dealer sells for 16 or 18116 latter would gladly buy them by the car load of Tklr Mail Order House But they havent They have undersized light weight potmetal makeshifts that a local dealer wouldnt dare to handle The difference in weight between a firstclass hardcoal burner said to ie just the same is 215 pounds which at 7 cents a pound the price of outside castings would make 1705 Scrimp int is done in the nickel parts that cost from 15 to 20 cents a pound Then there is the difference in workmanship and material The one party is trying to make the very best goods that money and skill can produce and the other is trying to see how cheap he can turn out his goods Then must be figured the freights drayage mounting back ing extra pipe damper and delivering we have to go out and close up a flue 41holehole a little and a great many other things we have to look after which adds on hardcoal stoves or ranges from 3 to 5 each If you will buy the same goods under the same conditions your home merchant can take better care of you than one several hundred miles away Mailorder stoves are made in foun dries where the molders suffer no dis count for poor castings Once poured the molders work is done and he is paid for it Defective castings all en ter into stoves If there are big air holes in them they are plugged with rivets and the small holes are filled with gumbo a preparation that an swers the same purpose of the stove maker that putty supplies for the carpenter or painter She Got Even Not since the day when Mary Mac Lain Buttes aspiraritfor literary fame insulted the social leaders of the city invited to a reception given in her honor by Mrs Sam Johnstone has the fashionable set here been so dismayed as it is today because several of its members have been refused admittance to the residence of United States Sen ator W A Clark by the Senators young wife In company with her hus band she returns to Butte several times- a year The other day three of the most societyPat pay their respects to Mrs Clark A butler took their cards and while they waited the women say they heard a gentle familiar voice instructing the servant to convey to the callers the information that Mrs Clark was not at home The butler obeyed orders and the three leaders from the west side flounced down the steps with feelings too turbulent for words 1They hastened to pour forth thfeir indignation to the other members of the smart set The other members were sympathetic How rude of Mrs Clark The idea were some of the comments No indejed they would not calU But they did The fact that three of their fellows had been snubbed did not deter others from having a try at making their way into the presence of the wife of Montanas senior senator Some of themin every instance- a those who had known Mrs Clark during her girlhood when she lived in poverty with her parents herewere admitted and welcomed cordially Then it leaked out that Mrs Clark preferred the friends of the old days to those who seek to pay her homage now that she is wealthy but who failed to recog nize her or any member of her family at the time when she was Miss La Chappelle and known only as the daughter of a poor French physician familyS exclucame sive set in Butte has suffered a division from which it is not likely to re cover in months A dozen or so of stately dames who have been refused admittance to the Clark house and their immediate friends who have never known Mrs Clark are loud in their denunciation of her action in re pulsing their advances Many of these women have been leaders in soda affairs here for many years 1 Leg Fractured Mr John Wheatly a wellknown carpenter who lives near town was seriously injured last Saturday while engaged in raising a barn on the farm of Mr P S Barber near Valley Hill He was assisting to raise a heavy timber by means of a derrick when the derrick slipped loosing the timber and letting it fall to the ground Mr Wheatlys leg was caught by the heavy timber and fractured just above the ankle A physician was immediately summoned and the sufferer made as comfortable as possible While the fracture is painful it is not serious and we hope Mr WheatlY may soon be out again fiscal Courtr rAt a call session of the Fiscal court held here yesterday it was ordered that a concrete walk and curbing be put in on Main Cross street leading from the corner of the Courthouse yard on Mains reet to the alley on the south side of the law office ojf the Hon John W L emsLA resolution was passed giving the Cumberland Telephone Company the right of way over the public roads of county Thg resolution was made a part of the consideration that they carry out the franchise recently purchased of the city of Springfield and it will be remembered that one of the conditions of the franchise is that said company is to Establish exchanges at Mooresville Mackville and Willisburg It is not known yet what action this company will take I The court bought a road grader for 200 representative of the company was here with the and gave a practical demonstration of its utility Letter List 1List of letters emaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoffice for the weekending June 28 1905 UrsTKate BolanderVlctorT Hardy Miss Edith Goldsmith Rev J D Lar kiris two Claude Joseph Schwartz S D MinreSims H C Wilson John Wise W A WATERS Postmaster WILLISBURG Rev Young filled his regular appointment here last Sunday morning and evening J E Sutton jof McAfee visited his parents at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Lela Goodlett was the guest of Mrs W T Wells Saturday and Sun day Dudley Sutherland and wife of Hills boro attended church here Sunday night t John Sutherland and family spent Sunday with his parents in Anderson county Miss Eda Gibson spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Martha Grider Miss Cora Trent who has been engaged as milliner here has returned to her home Jerome Trent and family visited J M Trent and wife Sunday W B Shirley and Miss Lela Goodlett were at Tatham Springs Sunday afternoon A B Wells ivisited his parents near Antioch Sunday T J Trent and family attended church here Sunday morning Richard Pinkston and wife visited the latters parents here Sunday Mrs Rufus Foster arid little daugh ter Thelma have returned home after- a pleasant visit with relatives near Tatham Springs Mrs W T Wells visited relatives in Springfield Monday Mrs Catherine Clarkis on the sick listIvisitingherweek Mrs F R5 Hodapp of Springfield visited her aunt W T Wilson Ed Birch and family visited at the home of W SGibbs Sunday We were sorry to hear of the death of Miss Graham VanArsdale She frequently visited here and was loved by all who knew her Found a Cure for Dyspepsia Mrs S Lindsay of Fort William Ontario Canada who has suffered quite a number of years from dyspepsia and great pains in the stomach was advised by her druggist to take Chamberlains Stomach an Liver Tablets She did so and says I find that they have done me a great deal of good 1 have never had an suffering since I began using them If troubled with dyspepsia or indigestion why not take these Tablets get well and stay well 1 For sale by C J Haydon 4 I i BRIGADIER GENERAL FRANK D BALDWIN Frank D BaldwJn who will soon b6 promoted to the rank of major gen eral is a native of Michigan and a veteran of the civil find Spanish wars He is said to be the only officer to whom two medals jof honor have been awarded distinguishedbravery gallantry1874 while fljrst lieutenant Fifth infantry CARDWELL Mt L E Perkins and daughter Ova visited at S H Gardners Saturday night and attended the PattY at IVIrl Cunninghams Miss Ada Sijnras will be the guest of M A Perkins at Battle for two weeks andattend themeeting which begins Monday night The pastor Rev E W Sommers will be assisted by Rev Wood of Harrodsburg Owing to the heavy rains the past week the number at the rollcall meet ing at Freedem was small Rev Henry Hatchett was called to preach another year Mr H H Graham was in our town Saturday Mr Goldman Patterson sold his farm consisting of thirtyseven acres to Mr C R Lay for 1050 cash The party given by the Misses Cunningham Saturday night was a success There were thirty girls present The boys were too noisy to count Mr H J Brown and several others from this place were in Springfield last Monday Mr and Mrs E T Perkins visited M E Perkins at Battle Sunday Mr W H Lay bought a jack from Mr W L Graham instead of Mr Co canougher as was reported in the NewsLeader last week Elvan Royaltys house known as the Jerry Kinsey property with its con tents was totally destroyed by fire last Saturday night Loss 2000 Stock Sales E G Holliday bought two fat cows from WL Graham at 22 cents one from J Graham at 2J cents one from S H Gardner at 2J cents and some steers at 3j cents also one horse from Lawrence Catlett and two horses from E T Perkins at 30 and 50 E T Perkins sold a fouryearold horse to Mr Sweeney of Lawrenceburg for 95 Mr W L Graham bought several mule colts at 60 to 80 and a milch cow from W D White for 24 HJ Brown to Jesse Prewitt a yearling filly for 60 and a milch cow from 3A Kyler at 25 J W Perkins bought a mare for 50 PLEASANT HILL We have had considerable rain during the past week Corn and tobacco are looking fine at present We extend our best wishes to Mr Garland Cunningham who waS recently in this community is very fine and the prospect of a good oats crop is very bright We are glad to earn that work on the new Christian church at Mackville is progressing nicely The building wiIlI bean ornament to the town G W Shirley bought a cow and calf of Joe Burkhead for 35 He sold a buAchol hogs to Isaac Armstrong for 59 and a herd of sheep to Graham Burkhead for 153 John Dennis and family Were guests at the home of Richard Pmkston near Wijlisburg Sunday I Cleo Dennis who has Been visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs G W Shirley has returned home Misses Anna and Susie Graham were guests at Mr Irvine Royaltys Satur day night and Sunday Miss Otha Dennis was pleasant guest of Miss Addie Keeling Sunday Mrs J W latterly and daughter Mrs Burkhead visited Mrs George Shirley one day last week Miss Birdie Brown of Sharpsville who has been in delicate health for some time is very much improved Miss Imma Hyatt of Mackville will teach the Pleasant Hill school Miss Hyatt is an able teacher and very popu lar and we will be pleased to welcome her to ourmidst Good Lambs Anderson News One day last week Miss Jennie Lil lard who is one of the most successful- farmers in Anderson county deliveijecl to Andrew Hawkins thirtyfive lambs which averaged seventyfive and tnn e fourths pounds in weight and broug ht six cents per pound She also brought to this office the finest specimen of growing wheat we have yet seen the 111filledto cut within the next week BROOKSVILLE Mrs W P Cheatham spent one day last week with Mrs Frank Ash of Noel bought a horse of Walter Foley Price unknown Mrs James Oder and family visited at the home of W M Sutton Friday and Saturday Mrs Eliza Leathers spent Sundhy night with her daughter Mrs A C Pinkston Miss Lena Gibbs is visiting her sister Mrs Hobbs this week Mr Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sutton spent Sunday at T a t ham SpringsSeveral from here attended services at Willisburg Sunday Mr Sleet Pinkston and wife visited at WilUsburg Sunday tMfsCIarenceHays who had been very ill of consumption died last Sun day Remains were interred at Glens Creek We extend condolence fi Red Cross Drug Store Sold v Dr Price W Wells has sold theRe Cross Drug Store to Dr S J Smock and Mr Leo Haydon who will take charge of the business as soon as the invoice can be taken Dr Wells ha not yet fully decided what business he will engage in although lie has been offered a nice position by a Cincinnati house He has made many friends while engaged in business here who regret to see him leave Dr Smock and Mr Haydon are well acquainted with the people of the town and county and have many friends who will be glad to learn that they are going to engage in business Mr Haydon is an experienced druggist having spent a number of years in the business Land Sold At a commissioners sale here Monday in tHe case of James Wals versus Ben Walden which was a suit to foreclose a lien on a fiftyacre trac of land near Maple Hill in this county- S H Weakley and W T Comstock became the purchasers at 1850 per acre To Macadamize Streets Mike Hanrahan of Nelson county an experienced turnpike man was here this week negotiating with the City Council with a view to macadamizing Covington and Virginia avenues As soon as some preliminary matters can be arranged the work of improvement will begin Mr Hawkins Denies IL Lexington Herald W B Hawkins entered an emphatic denial last night of the published reports that efforts to finance the defunct Tobacco Growers Company had failed The purpose of the organization which fell through last year because of a fail tire to get it financed was to get control of the burley tobacco crop An effort has been on foot to reorgsmize the company and it was published in several newspapers that the effort had been abandoned Mr Hawkins stated to a reporter for The Herald that a committee is now hardat work and if there is any inti matron of an intention to abandon the effort he knows nothing about it HILLSBORO We are having some pretty growing weather now Mr Perry Ruby and wife of Chaplain visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields of this place Friday and Saturday Mr Sabe Goulter and wife and Mas ter Cecil Roosevelt and Mrs Sarah Shields spent Sunday with Mr J A Coulter and family Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Myrtle visited Mrs J M Montgomery Monday Miss Eva Inman and Ernest Shew maker attended church at Mackville Sunday The Misses Montgomery were the plesant guests of the Misses Armstong Sunday Sever from this place attended church at Willisburg Sunday night MrOrmsby Shewmaker was in the MackvQle neighborhood Sunday after noonMisses Maud and Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker attended church at Fenwick Sunday night Very few from this place attended busyIMamieIas We were sorry to hear of the sad death of Miss Graham VanArsdale We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones YOnSam Montgomery- and wife went to see Fonza Settle who is very sick Mr John Armstrong sold a veryvalu able cow last week Mr Ira Gillespie of Harrodsburg visited his wife here Sunday Brother John Key will preach at this place next Sunday evening Furious righting GeoWeVhad a bitter with chronic stom achand liver trouble but at last I won and cured my diseases the use of Electric Bitters I unhesItatinglyree ommend them to in the future to be without them in the house They are certainly a wonderful medicine cured such a bad case as mine Sold under guarantee to do Haydondruggisttoday i The Country Correspondent Owensboro Messenger The country correspondent of a newspaper has no idea of the servic he renders to his fellowman Of courses it is true that hundreds never so muck as glance at the neighborhood news but again there are hundreds who read every item and advertisement in a pa per When the country correspond lent writes that the tire came off Bill Jones buggy as he was going to town on Saturday he does not realize that that item will be readwith interest in a distant city perhaps by some one who knew Bill Jones when he was a mere youth killing potato bugs on the farm The little item will awaken memories of the hallowed long ago and for a few minutes carries you seemingly from the bustle of the citybackto bo hoodback to the days when you tie feshYoutupon reaching the metropolis you established yourself for life and became a man of affairs You read in the next issue where Jim Smith was around here calling last Sunday Something doinV You knew Jim Smiths father and that too recalls pleasant thoughts It is with enthusiasm you scan the pages of the next issue of your home paper to see if lJim Smith has married And yet people ask an editor why he publishes so much stuff from the little cQuntry towns Every item written by the country correspondent is of in terest to some one To those who have not visited their old homes for years it is like a letter Let the country correspondent con tinue to notify the world that II Bill Jones buggy tire came off and that Jim Smith has been visiting the girls in the neighborhood Perhaps he eanot use any flowery English yet he is giving plain facts facts which will convey pleasure to many JONGlRU brah This season reminds one of thirty years ago when all the grain was ruined in the shock Our farmers are very much behind with their work j but it is an ill wind that blows nobodygood The wet weather has its advantages So brother farmers let us press on withour work remembering a kind Providence rules over alLiGracie Cocanougher who has been quite sick is much better Misses Ida and Maggie Lawrence of near Mackville were the guests of Georgia Cocanougher Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Bob Gray of Aliceton visited the latters sister Mrs Sarah Cocanougher Tuesday night Mrs Henry Coyle and Mrs Borders of Springfield and Mrs Elizabeth Co canougher were the guests of J M Coyle Thursday Miss Mattie Begerly of Fenwick will begin teaching school at this place Monday We welcome Miss Mattie in our midst Mr Wenton Bradey of Enido visited Ed Cocanougher Sunday Mr Thornton Green is in Lebanon undergoing an operation for appendi citis Misses Lula and Chord Crain and Myrtle Harmon of Enido and the Pope and brother ofTexas were among those present at the singing at Mr John Cocanoughers Sunday even ing which was largely attended and enjoyed by all present Mrs Jennie Green and sons Johnnie and Thornton are visiting relatives here thisweek Mrs Clarence Coyle recently found a freak of nature in the shape of a chicken with four fully developed feet and as many wings The extra feet were on the breast and the surplus wings just in front of the natural ones There lies on the Washington and Boyle county line on the Springfield and Perryville pike a tract of land known as the Alvah Bottom farm It contains 240 acres of varied soil cov ered with buckberry and other bushes It is all in one field and is probably the largest one in Boyle county It is the home of the fox and other wild animals and the hunters of that community often go there to enjoy the pleasure of the chase This farm was sold last week to f1orgeCrain Jr r for 1815 per acre Success to The Sun jWe desire to call the attentiJn of oor subscribers to the Washington County Business Directory printed issue We hope to soon have every business in Washington county repre Rented in this directory + MJ f 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN JVVEDNESDAf JUNE 28 1905 n g IIDewberry Cordial It strengthens builds up the constitution and gives new life and vitality to the old and young alike If for no other purpose YOUOUght to have some of it in your home to take other medicines I have a few gallons of inwhichIMADE made of this seasons berries at 50c per cit L Price I4 SPRINGFIELD t KENTUCKYcooooooooooooj I STRAIGHT TALK fWRITTEN FOR THE SUN B- YLcLoooooooo 01 3 MISS ALERT WATCHFULNESS ftt OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooo Ideas About This business of LoveIa singular thing It is ydoes1tiscrying its a pity that such hypocrite should ever get anybody to love them well enough to hide away WITH them H Tis the very beginning of every sor row and joy it is indirectly the Source of all the trouble in this world hook out Dont contradict It is Think awhile and see if it is not so In a world peopled by holy beings the element which lies at the foundation of life could perpetuate only delight but in this world of ours where to live is to suffer and to love is to live and to cause life what then Now is not my proposition established Have you ever noticed though how eager all young people are to be made acquainted with love And as a general thing there is a great deal of sentiment and refinement in the love of youth It lacks depth however The first love is rarely the best love To many of us it is but the pretty dancing prancing outside charming and gay that herald the approach of the master passion of our lives Sweet as were the songs of poets about first love there is but little truth in them For a beautiful face a pretty foot or hand a sparkling eye or a winning voice youth has gone mad and done a thousand foolish things and even the memory of which all haste is made to bury when middle age isI gained The love which endures until lifes noonthat which in mature years first seizes upon the heartis seldom eradicatednever I can say in anyi but a base or shallow heart unless through the UNWORTHINESS of its ob ject Woe to that human being who meets TOO LATE the hand which alone has power U to strike the keynote of his nature n andawaken heart and intellect to its full measure of beauty strength and richness THIS is that bitterness which is beyond the bitterness of death and I pray to God to save thee reader where or whosoever thou art from such an awakening Respect to Wives Will you please listen to me again on this subject But the reason I am writing this is I heard something the other evening and Iwas madyes boiling mad Do not jest with your wife upon a subject which she may con Boy Wounded Anderson News On last Thursday afternoon Holly the fourteen or fifteenyearold son of Bruner Cinnamon went out hunting with a companion about his own age and the latter undertook to unbreach his gun while Cinnamon was standing diS1charged very painful but are not considered dangerous unless scepticemia or tetanus intervene a Cuban Diarrhoea a 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 severe and dangerous as a mild attack of cholera There is one remedy how ever that can always be depended upon as will be seen the following certifi cate from Mrs Minnie Jacods of Hous ton Texas 1 hereby certify that ChamberlainS Colic Cholera and 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 cured him as our neighbors testifyI it nkGod for so willJ For sale by C J sider in a way the least serious There feelingsDonttreasure every word you utter Well paddlingher offspringDontmans wife to remind your own of a fault Everybody knows her GREATEST WEAKNESS Do not reproach your wife with personal defects for these may not affect her much as she probably has shown the world she was no ad mirer of beauty by the selection she made in her husband Do hot treat your wife with inattention in company It touches her pride and you will be- ma e sorry for it by the s artest man in the room showing her all attention he trying to cove r one often fault5of one of his sex Do not try to entertain your wife by praising the beauty and accomplishments of othe women If you do she will set you down as the biggest fool in the county as no sen sible woman wants to be entertained Topicsthenplease DO NOT be stern and silent in your own house and a man REMARK ABLE for sociability elsewhere WashDay If there is one person in the county who does not dread wash day let me HEAR from them The reason I do not want to see them is I am mortally afraia of a lunatic Who wouldnt turn away from steam and damp clothes pick dup dinners and cross words And if thesun refuses to shine take to your heels oh man and flee for your life Stay not to look behind thee at the flapping clothes that wont dry or proven quality of this misdemeanor lie soaking in washtubs awaiting the possible sun of the morrow Pay no attention to the frowsy head of the cook or her assistant and if your wifes mouth is stuck out kiss her goodbye without a word and quietly slip out Dont stop even long eno gh to light a cigar but flee for thy life and leave thy wife and hapless babes to meet the storm which appalleth thy cowardly soul as thou sittest down and regales thyself comfortably at the nearby cool restau rant Still put not on one shirt less the coming week nor imagine thyself called upon by any sacrifice of fine linen to shoulder thy part of the do mestic burdens born of small salary and insufficient helpoh no JENKINSVILLE Left From Last Veekr A nice rain fell here last week which was badly needed Will Hatchett waS in Lebanon last week on business r IQ Harmon and son bought a bunch of shoats from J T Lester at 4J cents Sam Hamilton who recently opened a line of groceries at this place is do ing a good business Woodson White of Perry ville spent Saturday night with his sister Mrs John Watts James Hamilton bought a twelve yearold mare from David Bottom for 40Will Matherly and Miss Lizzie Bot tom spent Sunday at Tatham Springs r Mrs Brown of Spencer county is visiting relatives at this place W V Turner and family spent last Sunday with L A Phillips and wife Sprained Ankle Stiff Neck Lame Shoulder These are three common ailments for which Chamberlains Pain Balm is es pecially valuable If promptly applied sufferingHaydon LETTERDESTROYS Happiness of a Newly Wedded Russian Pair Niece Marries Her Uncle and a Separation Follows the Sad Mistake J A matrimonial venture teeming with sadness and most peculiar circumstances has just been brought to light Carrie Begedonoff a pretty Russian Jewess was the happy ride of her own blood uncle for three months before thedis covery was made F K Friedman the unhappy groom on learning thdtruth philosophically requested a sep ration and after con suIting lawyers went his way with a heart full of sorrow while the grief stricken girl returned to her parents in R ssiaIIt was in Cleveland that fate decreed that Carrie Begedonoff should meet her uncle F K Friedman and there learn to love him and become his ifeThe best of wishes were extended to the couple when they ieft to seek their tor tune in Columbus In faroff Russia there was a good old mother that Carrie must inform of her taking unto herself a husband She gave his name and the mother in answer to her letter after extending the usual blessings told Carrie that Friedman was her maiden name Further inquiries were made and it took but a short time to discover what per verse fate hationeTo the surprise of Doth Friedman and his pretty wife they found they were of the same blood To an attorney they told their tale of woe and he rendered an opinion at some length attempting to prove that nq divorce was necessary as under the law it was null and void This opinion was written by former Congressman Emmet Tompkins and was reviewed by Attorney Henry Gumble Friedman left for parts unknown upon the dis closure of his awful mistake Carrie whose cup was full to overflowing at once made arrangements to find her parents in Russia Nor was she in need of money for she was supplied plenti fully by Friedman before his departure Friedman came to this country some years ago and when he left Russia his sisters child was a wee tot He had heard from home but a few times but the saddest message was that which informed him that he was the husband of his own sisters child Distressing Accident Leban n Enterprise An accident oa distressing nature and one which may result fatally oc curred Wednesd ly afternoon near Ri leys station Miss Alta Lawrence aged fourteen daughter of the late Dave Lawrence who was one of the countys well k own farmers fell from a passenger trai and was dangerously hurt Miss Lawrence was returning to Penick from Stanford and when about a mile this side of she went to the platform tbwave to some of her relatives as she would pass their home While standing on the platform she lost her balance and fell from the rapidly moving train The train was stopped an quickly as possible and the girl taken to the home of Mr Red Mouser near by She has never regained consciousness and Wednesday was thought to be dying Yesterday however the two physicians in attendance announced that she was somewhat improved though 5herem ins unconscious Her most serious injuries are through the shoulders and aboot the neck OeoeoeOeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOeoeO YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves whichabsolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now hason filejin his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2616 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky oeOeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe 000008000000000 Kissing the Rod James Whitcomb Riley Oheart of Jine we shouldnt Orry so What weve missed of calm we couldnt Have you know painAndWe can better meet again If it blow We have erred in that dark hourIWe have known When our tears fell with the shower All alone Were not shine and shadow blent As the gracious Master meant Let us temper our content His own For we know not every morrow Can be sad So forgetting all the sorrow We have had Let us fold away our fears And put by our foolish tears And yearsJust Daviess County Wheat Yield Owensboro Messenger Wheat harvest iion at full swing in Daviess county arid the bulk of the crop will be in theshock in a week The indications are that the yield will be much better than was expected a few weeks ago Judging from the number of binders sold this must be the largest wheat crop ever harvested in Daviess county The same is true with regard to the hay crop The T J Turley Company has sold this season over 300 mowers and binders in Daviess county by far the largest sales ever made in Owensboro in a single season The supply on hand was exhausted and to all appearances the demand is as strong as ever Binders were yes terday ordered shipped by express so urgent was the demand for them This is the first time in the history of Owens boro that heavy articlessuch as bind erShave been ordered by express The machines received last night in thatway weighed over 1000 pounds The dealers say that the short crop of the past two seasons accounts for the unusual demand for binders this year With light crops the farmers have not felt justi fied in making any outlay in machinery The result has been that a large per cent di the binders and mowers have gone to pieces so that they can not be operated and have to be replaced by new onesl Another unusual thing about the binder trade this season is that there is a strong demand for binders with eightfoot blades So far as the local dealers know there was not one of these heavy machines in the county prior to the opening of the present sea son In the past few days several operators of large farms have bought these machines Five horses are required to pull one of them Wheat has ripened very rapidly in the past few lays and fOllirharvesting pears to be quite good but it will not be ready to cut for two weeks and it is impossible to tell just how it will develop Mr C W Bransford of the Bransford mills is paying 84 cents for wheat at the mill and 82 cents on cars STEWART Left From Last Week I am glad to report that tobacco setters are through for this season J D Yankee bought five sheep from JW Best for 2- 5JW Best purchased a new mowing machine from J W Sweeny of Mack ville for 65 J T Goode of Nevada wits in our village last week on business Ed White and wife were the guests of J W Best last week Messrs Jeff Bottom and Elmer An derson were in ourmidst last Saturday- I am pleased to note that the family of J H Bottom is improving nicely- J T Bottom our veterinary surgeon was in Springfield Saturday prospect ing He said the town had changed so much in the past six yaars that he hardly knew where to stop Several boys and girls from this place attended the ice cream supper at Mack ville Saturday night The affair was a success socially and financially Success to The Sun Just What Everyone Should Do Mr J T Barber of Irwinville Ga always keeps a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand ready for instrnt use Attacks of colic ra morbus and diarrhoea come on so suddenly that there is no time to hunt a doctor or go to the store for medicine Mr Barber says U I have tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which is one of the best medicines I ever saw I keep a bottle of it in my room as I have had several attacks of colic and it has to be the best medicinal ever Haydoiik i A Fatal Accident Lebanon Enterprise John Medley and Tom Gowdy both colored of Holy Cross were crossing a fence last Sunday morning when an accident occurred that cost the former his life The men were sitting on the fence the latter with a shotgun in his hands Gowdy jumped down and the gun which pointed toward his com I T 1 I 1ItH CASH DEER ING SI SAL BINDERS TWINE 1 stylishbuggy McClure Wells TheFarmerI A Will fiftd our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etccomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfoundeve experiencedWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Pap and Elwnd FiiH FIllr The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicitY and strength It keeps arunnin themoftenis ve necessary Buy the Hagan and you will save Worry and Wickedness McClure Wells Srllflh KJ 11 Springfield Roller MillS 1 I l 41 Pride of Washington iSprJngfiefds Choice f Solid Comfort titThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers It itit f + + itJ Springfield Roller Mills t4z44t4z1 xi iz1ZTpanion was discharged the contents striking Medley squarely on the head and crushing his skull killing him al most instantly Gowdy does not know how the accident occurred and was greatly alarmed and distressed over the unfortunate affair At the inquest held proIan accident The deceased sria son of Irvine Medley who formerly lived near St Charles The men were good friends andworked in the same neighborhood one being an employe of TrL Roberts and the other of John P Lyons Bad Runaway Lebanon Enterprise A runaway that came near resulting seriously occurred last Saturday morn ing about 10 oclock A horse being driven by Mr Tom Phillips became frightened near the corner of Market and Mulberry streets and ran in Mar ket across Main to a point beyond Putnams grocery Here a farm wagon was struck The horse broke loose from the runabout arid in attempting to jump a wire fence was badly cut Mr Phillips was thrown from the con veyance when it ran into the wagon but luckily escaped with slight injuries A negro named Thornton Graham was struck by the runaway and for a while was thought to be dangerously hurt He was carried to a physicians office where his injuries were looked after and he is now getting along nicely MOORESVILLE Left From Last Week Mr James Yocum of Chickasaw In dian Territory is visiting his brother Mr George Yocum of this place Mr Thomas Leggins an exConfed It u v ir erate who formerly lived near here isiMr Ernest Goatley and family have returned from Detroit Mich and have located in Bardstown beenia an rye are in full blast this week 1 All of our citizens have returned from Louisville Eighty tickets were sold at Bookers during last week A large congregation heard Rev Ad SundayAdrens Day exercises at Maud Christian church last Sunday night The program was carried out to perfection andRevtalk at its conclusion Gaini fit CfaamfctrlaUs Cne Chtlcra ui Diarrhtca Remedy placebuthome There Is nothing so good for andDarrboeaSummer Complaint and Cholera Infaa tum and has saved the lives of moret nseWkeaerred it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family an sire to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time cornea you will seals W1aynotaaenftrgency Price 36alarf lM 6Qs For sale by C J Haydon Springfield i 2 II I t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 i tloi J i WASHINGTON COUNT- BUSINESSDIRECTORi when sou want to have job of work done have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or If you go away from horn to liave work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchn nt or the home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his ds to you he has known you for ears lie is your friend he doesnt waut to cheat you he does It want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder hot so doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions lo k nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may come bac again but send it to one of the big mail order houses nnd it will but accent cigars for soi millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to following businesses conducted In Springfield and Washington county by honest and hon r able men When you want to JDake a purchase look over this list and seleet your store Ypu will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc i HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor l General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In At Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner Meals Served at All Hours Red Cross Drug Store ArticlesYC J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils T Varnish Toilet Articles t Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialtyi I HEAD ALMOST TORN OFF William Mastin Shot and Instantly Killed Newt Whalen Cynthlana Ky June 23 William Mastin snot and Instantly killed Newt Whalen at Oddvllle eight miles from Cynthiana early In the morning Whalen was a citizen of Claysville and a desperate character when drink- Ing He was In Cynthiana all day Returning home he demanded admit tance to Mastlns house declaring hlJ Intention to kill a young lady living there He was refused but broke into theI kitchen and was advancing on lastn with a knife when the latter fired Two loads from a shotgun struck Wha len In the neck and almost tore hU head off- Mastin at once drove to Cynthiana and surrendered to the authorities The coroners jury rendered a ver diet acquitting the man of killing Whalen Whalen was a prominent farmer and had lost much of his property and several months ago took the bankrupt law and since that time was very quarrelsome when he came to town and at time rough PUEL WITH PISTOLS Tw Men Were Shot To Death In the Kentucky Mountains Sergept Ky June 23A pistol duel in which two were killed occurred In the mountains back of Dungannon in Scott county Henry Hale and John Bumbgardner young farmers met at Smiths saloon and after drinking heavily opened fire on each other Cy rus Hale and William Bumbgardner bystanders joined in the battle anl ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc C W NOE Blacksmithing and Repairing at the 1most reasonable prices C W Hagan Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W E Leachman Dealer In Furniture Musical InstrumentsCarper Jame J Graves Watchmaker arid Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinwaee Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc after ten mInutff desperate fIghi ing when the smote cleared away Henry Hale and John Bumbgardner were dead while Cyrus Hale had re ceived a very dangerous flesh wound All the parties Were prominently connected in that section e i 9NURSED PET DOG It Is Now Believed the Woman Has Hydrophobia Owensboro Cli Jjuns 23Mrs Will Reynolds of this county has a genuine case of hydpbrftfla It is believ ed she contracted the disease about year ago when she had a pet dog which developed hydrophobia She nursed it during all the stages of the disease The do die not bite her and it Is supposed wit the disease came from getting the poison in some slight abrasion of the skin Elks Want Prize Again Covington Ky June 23 Members of the Covington lodge of Elks wIn- ners of the price as Kentucky Colonels In the parade of the order at Cincinnati last year are planning to go to the reunion ana capture the prize akain this year They propose to gcf ito strong and aro vrorklng qn an Im provemont in their picturesque dress The reunion at Buffalo is on July 19 A Fearful Fate It is a fearful fate to have to endure the terrible torture of Piles I can truthfully say writes Harry Colson of PilendBucklens Ia that for Blind made Also best for cuts burns and injuries 25c at C J Haydon drug WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM SicK Headache SHOULD USE L Iw rua l1li lwI P For Permanent Relief HE11INE acts directly on the Liver It will cure CONSTIPATION DYSPEPSIA UI AND CHILLS 18 entirely free from all poisonous mineral substances iJRd is copos3d solely of LIJTIGWING Especially adapted for weak and weary constitutions strengthens the weakened glands and organs it checks all derangements of the human body t CURED HER SICK HEADACHE Mrs Josie Cameron Centralia Avenue Temple Texas writesc1 find HERBINE gives me relief and takejjleasnre In recommending it to aLl woaienwhosti om sick hesdiche tJ sswthilt4 THT REACH OF ALL 5 Fifty Cents A Bottle Avoid All Subititnttt Ballard Snow Liniment Co I ji StLouiUSA SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON SpirnsfieW Ky r c I i t ii ON WIFES DARE Husband Shoots Hlmsejf After a Quar rel Over Two Dollars Covington Ky June 24Dared Its said by his wife to carry out his threat to kill himself William Brodet ooss carpenter 59 shot and probably fatally wounded himself at his home on the northwestcorner of Scott and 20th streets Brodet with his wife and C E fie hymer a friend had just sat down to supper when an arguirent Behymer says arose between Brodet and his wife about 2 she said he had obtained from her to buy a saw He retorted that he had bought the saw and rising from the table produced a saw from a closet for which he said he had spent2 Sirs Brodet told him he had that saw several days before he got the 2 from her whereupon Brodet was angered and went to an upper room and shot Jhimself A WIFES JOKE Left Note Which Made Hubby Believe She Had Drowned Hprself Louisville Ky June 24What at first appeared to be suicide but later developed into a hoax created great excitement among the visitors at Shaw nee park While seated near the en trance to tire park Mrs Hattie Meyers sent her husband to the nearest fount ala for a drinjc of waer While he was gone the wife left a note with her hat purse and jacket on a bench and dis appeared TKe note said she had de cided to rid herself of him Believing that his wife had drowned herself in the river Meyers had every one in the park searching for his wifes remains She was afterwards discov ered in another part of the park laugh Ing at the consternation of her husband and the excited searchers A KENTUCKY BOY Twice a Deserter Though Only id Years Old Louisville KtJune 24Twlce a deserter from the United States army Bert Woosley who lives near Big Reedy in Bourbon county celebrated his 19th birthday by being arrested by Deputy United States Marshal Jeff CundinV The boy first enlisted In the regular army November 22 15103 but deserted soon afterward He captured but not severely ffunlshed on account of his youth He deserted for the second time in New York last October Refused Admission To the Bar NewportKy June 24Charles WI liams a Louisville colored attorney has been refused admission to the Campbell county bar His character was called into question by Col Vash ington while being examined in Judge Hissems court and it being shown that he had served time Judge His sem refused to grant his certificate Blown Into a Post Hole Bowling Green Ky June 24Is F Allen an employe of the East Tennes see Telephone Co was blown into the air by premature discharge of dynamite and badly injured Descending be fell head foremost into the post holo he was blasting anti friends had to pull him out An eye was blown out and his limbs mangled Monarch Declared Insane Owensboro Ky Juno 24M V Monarch formerly one of the leading business men of Owensboro was de dared insane in the circuit court and and a guardian ad litem appointed to look after his interests in a suit broughtbthe Columbia Finance and 1rust Co of Louisville to which he is a party defendant Damage SuitComprornised- Hopkinsvilie Ky June 24G G Reeder at one time employed as a carpenter by the L N filed suit last January for 25000 damages alleging that by the negligence of defendant ho lost one of his legsand use of the oth er at Earlington The railroad com pany pays Reeder 8250 The Giant Declared Insane Newport Ky June 24 Stevo Burns the Newport giant who recently ran amuck requiring thQ united ef rorts of five policemen to arrest him and lock him up was declared a natic in the circuit court This was done at the request of his mother His Shot Was Fatal Winchester Ky June 24Mntt Tracoy son of S P Tracey quperin tendent of schools of Powell county It is alleged shot and fatally wounded a young nan named Ware son ofex Sheriff P W Ware The causek f tho shooting fs unknown Cut Brother Fatally With An AX Morehend Ky June 24John and Jay Collins brothers living at Eads ton this county quarreled over a woman and John cut Jay with an ax inflicting a fatal wound John Collins and the woman Ellen Isom are In Jail here His Eyesight Restored Covington Ky June 24Ben Da vis at one time champion live bird trap shooter has been restored to his eyesight after being blind for months Davis is advanced in age Mrs Dora Arnett Acquitted Salyersville Ky June 24tn the circuit court at this place Mrs Dora Arnett was acquitted of the charge ot murder of her husband Dudley H Arnett May 21 1905 Switzerlands exports of machinery sad implements in 1904 are valued at about 9500000 DUEL ON THE STREET A Colored Man Wounded By a White Man at Hopkinsvilc1 Hopkinsville Ky June 2G =Arthur Myers a young white manand Will Barker colored fought a duel on Main street They quarreled ami Myers o1owinghimIng behind a telephone pole Myers warned him away andthe negro pulled gotuged the white man who fired again wounding Barker in the leg Both were arrested There were nan pea pie on the street and the duel caused much excitement HE NEARLY DIED Feared Whipping So the Sensitive Boy Swallowed Paris Green Willfamsburg Ky June 26Fred Early aged 12 years attempted sui cide here by taking paris green because his mother had threatened to punish him Prompt medical aid sav- edhimThe child was extremely sensitive and a harsh word is said to have great ly affected him Regal tng conscious ness he expressed contrition and begged the physicians to sa re his life He wlllrecoverC Was Tired of Life Bowling Green Ky June2Glfrs Sarah Rather committed suicide by hanging herself in her henhouse She climbed up on a chair tied the rope t0 a post placed the noose arountl her npck then kicked the chair away She leaves a husband and two small chil den In a note left she told her hus band she loved him and the children t was tired of living bit Gushers in Kentucky Owingsville Ky June 26Gas was on the Holly Wilson farm by men drilling for oil A careless bystander struck a match and Ignited the gas and the derrick and machinery worth 100 were destroyed Sam Spencer a driller was badly burned Near Grange City a gas well of 1200 pressure was struck and ignited burn ing day and night Fatally InjuredL a Winchester Ky June 26 Charles Donahue 16 got his coat caught in the belting at the electric light plant and was pulled into the machinery fright fully cutting his head and right side besides breaking his left shoulder right leg and Injuring him internally War Among Insurance Men Lexington Ky June 26A repet tion of the war between the union and nonunion fire insurance companies which was inaugurated here one year ago has been started again and as a result it Is believed another cut InIn surance rates will be had Points To Murder Paducah Ky June26TaIterBrown 24 was found on the street in an unconscious condition He died at the city hospital A postmortem ex amination developed that his skull was crushed The police have a clew and an arrest Is expected Wheat Crop Damaged By Rain Lexington Ky June 2ftThe heavy rains of the past week have done considerable damage to the wheat crop throughout this section of the state arid with more rain the coming week It is believed serious injury will result to the entire crop Requisition For Larimer Frankfort Ky June 26Gov Beck ham issued a requisition on the governor of West Virginia for J 0 Lari mer now under arrest In Grafton W Va and wanted in Louisville Lexington and several other places on the charge of forgery Two Were Killed Owingsville Ky June 2GBy an explosion of a boiler at Hanley Sut ages on Big Branch Breathitt coun ty Holt Sutage and Boss Wills were instantly killed The boiler had irun dry and the workmen turned cold water into it Heroic Brother Drowned It Vnon Ky June 26 Elijah Abney 21 was drowned at Langford Station this county white attempting to rescue a younger brother who was crossing R undstone creek and was washed over a bar The boy reached the shore Slot Machines Taken Out Newport Ky June 26A number ot Newport saloonkeepers who had in stalled the slot machines in violation ot Mayor Helmbolds order alarmed at the determined stand of the women of the W C T U took the machines out 1A Fated Family Dover Ky June 26Jesse Sroufe aged 16 was drowned while bathing in the Ohio river He was a son of Louis Sroufe whose daughter was burned to death In a fire at Walden university Nashville Tenn last year Appoints a Kentuckian Washington June 26 Sherman Cooper has been appointed internal revenue collector of the Eighth District of Kentucky to succeed James Denton resigned The appointment was announced at the white house Shooting Was Fatal Morehead Ky June 26Wm Lewis who was shot Saturday by Wilburn Wyatt nearMunsen died Sunday morning Wyattwas arrested A German librarian declares that there are in existence inore than 1500000 novels Torture of a Preacher The story of the tortuceof Rev 0 D Moore pastor of the Baptist church of Harpersville N Y will interest you He says U I suffered because of a presistent cough resulting from the grip I had to sleep sitting up in bed I tried many remedies without relief until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds which entirely my cough and saved me from consumption A grand cure for condition of Haydonsdruggist teed Trial bottle free Frank R McCamyon a Chicago waiter believing he had shot and badly wounded a friend committed suicide The birth rate in New York during the past week was one everyfivE min utes B aD- o YSYou Want a WatchI Here isthe way to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get 4 FOUR 4t Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watchI The timepiece an excellent one guaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemwind stemset nickel casejust as the cut in this adver tisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and Every boy in every community in Washington County can jet one if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cash subscribers and got the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Sis Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon fc Barter i Dr J1 M Burton DENTISTfeeth With ml Pain I CROWN TORK A SPECIALTY All DerjtalWork Stricitly First KyOffice B D LAKElnsuranceAgen SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rJIabIeandworld Your insurance solicited Dr J H LAMPTON OFFICE In Opera HousL Springfield Kentucky DR J C M0BD94 SPRINGFIELD KEJiTUClC OFTICr C J HATDOSa nero Office Hours 121 to 21 E M b T SCOTT MAYESI ATTTATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Waehuigtoa otfAppeaIsandFedI = C C McCHOID i ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WOLpnctlce in all StateandFederConrts W D CLAYBROOK AITYATLAWf Springfield Ky Wpractioe in the courts ot WMhb2ton AppeWE SELECMAN i ATTYATLAW t Springfield Ky Will tice in the courts of Ws4gtonfand adjoining counties and in court t H E WALTER ATrYATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice in the courts of Washington aIMi countiesThIARaS t CINCINNATI BootsShoesRUbbeIsi Satetnua ECBOOQ5 DIRECTORY SpringeIdKy tatIettEMastersfield Richard Isham ilacville R H lluffi CourtbeginsTosirtjsMondays County ucurta L Litsey jndg W F CountyAttorney Court begins third Monday in echmonth trstTtonnty Treasurer Robt Noe Other County Officials JBA F Moo N fur OBrisudeputyon ioOmetT LMrrnonrsT CHPKCH Ker J C Ho kiaaon SundayslneachmonthattiamandTtup tLPrayerFBenneMJPastoroclock a m Services at St Rose same hoars thiusTUX CnrKCH Eld W P Walden Pas IneachPRKsaTTEJiiAX Rav T D I thnerPastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 aarid 7 p m Sunday School Sunda at Iii a In t8daeTeRiulf- at T oclock WnUunwa m and 7 m Sunday School every Sun- daTaUOOa m Prayer cvry Wed Jas L Mndd IO3 4JasPollaud LSecratSocletleeMnsome8pringe1dLeNo50FAMMssterB ntoItlIiMlThird Row te fterorJ- L 1fe4I ssaa small quantity of ordiamy edee 1bkedMYOcYtt i lzS MnasaSfeSfcT r t l rJ I 4 tTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE isJ905 II SP RSUNWednesday June 28 I905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR t In Advance- J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 5100 50Threeinwriting to tare your address changed paper3egotngwish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET if COOTT JUOOEB L Litsey S3layerCotBEFRESEXTAIIVE W n Claybrooke SHERIFF J S Os bourneBcpEBC TinDEST OF J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catiett MitchellDeputyCoaoaeeJ M Montgomery Some times we calla fellow a humbug when every indication points to the fact that he is a big roller of the tumble family Burning midnight oil is what made John Rockefeller wuth three or four hundred million dollars Little drops of water will make big ponds after a while but its blamed poor consolation to be told that over these waters your ships mad some day come sailing injPRATHERS CREEK Miss Allie Shewmaker of Machine visited her cousins Misses Sadie and Ethel Mays last week Mr Henry Hilton of Mackville Visited his brotherinlaw G T Mays ene evening last week Mr and Mrs R B Hatchett an little daughter Lillian of Simms Ky were the guests of the family of G H Christerson last Sunday There arrived at the home of G H Christerson on the 25th instant a ten i pound boy r W T Kimberlin oiwheat that is filled with smut He will feed it to the hogs There is consider able complaint of smut this season I want to announce t the patrons of this school district No 18 that the school will begin on the first Monday in July which will be next Monday- I cant see why some one write to The Sun from Simms Many- would like to hear from that place Wheat harvest is about over in this section but our neighbors hardly have time to chat with each other on account of the weeds growing so fast We experience a feeling of pleasure when a friend from another community 5 Readymade Shirt Waists Dont wear your life out over a sewing machine but come to our store and buy one of these WAISTS They are pretty the latest styles and we feel sure that you will be delighted with them in passing through our neighborhood tells us that Prathers Creek farmers have the best prospects for crops he has seen this season It is pleasant to live in a community where one has kind friends and good neighbors people who are agreeable and sociable and always speak kindly to and of each otherand where everybody reads good literature such as THe Sun and other good papers ofWashingtonyears has been most satisfactory And So It Is Exchange Man is the only creature that knows h6 will die Yet he is the only creature that laughs He is the only creature that manifests joy in his existence It is to Every rational man knows that he has no mortgage on the morrow it is not his he may never see it he may die before dark Few let this unchangeable fact fall athwart their path They laugh and are gay even when their heads are grayed for thefgrave1 They hasten to the future ofj which the wisest have as shadowy knowledge as a fool The future is for ever and is said to be influenced for eternity by our conduct here Yet this is nearly the only fact that man is careless about Itisa mystery OOOQOOOQQOOQOOOOOQOGOOeCOC i I ICOTTAGE 0CXXXXXK Country cottages snouid be furnished for the summer as lightly as possible to produce the effect of coolness The bedrooms look very charming WMJU each Is fitted up entirely In a particu lar color so each chamber may be known as the red room the blue room and so on There Is a rattier coarse cotton loose meshed yet firm In any color or design preferred which costs 10 cents per yard One piece of fiftytwo yards of this Is enough for an ordinary bedroom Two chair pillows with ruffles are made a bureau corer a chimney drapery two pairs of ruffled curtains and a valance at the top a shoe box cover a couch cover a large ruffled bedspread and a bolster cover all and more will come from that pleceof stum In that case more couch cushions are made The ruffles are generally simply hemmed butt It Is desired to add more lightness lace can be put along the edges of the ruffles A north room done In yellow a west one In blue an east one in pink and a south one In green Is a good arrange went for color White muslin swiss or scrim ornamented with different co ored ribbons also produce dainty and shoulddtirely covered with neat matting whose colors match the draperies The parlors should be rather ijparse beingbestdesirable The mission or willow fur e prfcooler when painted green Many dainty corners can he riifrde on the deep porches with large wicker or rustic chairs and tables with theneat collapsible Japanese screens jar dinlere or so with a Boston fern or pMmin the Inclosure with the vines plants outside every well ordered tIcb afford a delightful sense of cool ness Teas luncheons and all sorts o pleasant little reunions of friends are doubly charming when alfresco The principal Idea of passing ones summer In a cottage Is to leave all the luxurious furnishings of existence and for the time being live the simple lira 4 + THE DOUBLESTORE IRUNDY CUYIIIIDOKE MclMTllIE Proprlltors Iune Bargains I 75c to i READYMADE OOOOQOOOOOCOOOGOOOO For 30 Days- We will make SPECIAL PRICES to the trade on all Clothing in our house CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR i Per 1OcGarment i TEXAS Quite a crowd went from here last Thursday to the Rolling Fork on a fishing expedition They had as usual fishermans luck On the trotline set by Mrs Dr Crosby the following suckers were caught Mr and Mrs William Peterson Mr and Mrs Hardin Nelson Misses Georgia Young Iris Peterson Lottie Hayes Messrs Lucian Purdom Berry Willham and Dr D A Crosby Misses Craddox and Whayne of Dalton Texas still continue the guests of the Misses Claybrooke Miss Iris Purdom left Monday for a ofLouisvilleMr Will who has been here for the past two weeks in the interest of the Maccabees has returned to his home atiCloverport Ky Mr James Mitchell and daughter of Gainesville Texas were the guests of friends and relatives here the past weekJohn Pirtle of Lebanon was in our midst last Thursday- Dr RoBards who has been at Gravel Switch for the last few years has now located here where he intends to prac ticeMiss Janie Arnold of Boyle county is the guest of her uncle Mr Robert ArnoldMr Mrs Henry Gibbs offspring field were the guests of the formers parents Mr and Mrs George Gibbs of this place Mr and Mrs James Arnold were vis iting in Mackville Sunday Mrs Mary E Dorsey has returned home after an extended visit to Parks ville and Louisville Mr and Mrs J L Harman of Bowling Green are visiting the letters father Mr Jacob Kimberlin of this place Misses Willie and flattie Whayne of Louisville are at the home of their parents Col R E Whane and wife They will probably remain until the 1st of August Mrs Jacob Peterson is very ill at this writing Miss Iva Chandler Entertained quite a number of her friends last Saturday night in honor of her guest Miss Bennington of Lebanon Every one reports a joIlr time oeOeOeOe f1 eOeOeOeOeOeOeOeO- o e AFTERNOON 0- eoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo An afternoon call must be a short and yet not a hurried one Dont en ter the house saying that you have not a minute acid dont leave It declaring that you must hurry on to anotliQr friend or you give an Idea that your visit liar been paid grudgingly Dont monopolize the conversation Your hostess likes to retell her own news to air her own grievances to discuss tuutuut friends from her point of view You may be the mos amusing person present but your very brilliancy glees others the desire to shine also and courtesy demands that you should give them their opportunity says an exchange Above all dont talk of yourselfII is u letter of the alphabet to be omitted as much as possible Who does not know the bore who tells you of his health his family his plans till you of unutterable relief when he at departurefThere Is a military offense called forcing the sentry Dont force your friends butler or ipaid when you sayvThe Unfortunate hostess may be Indis posed busy worried or have important letters to write so respect her orders to her sentry and content yourself with leaving your card Dont utter In an audible aside to your companion Thank heaven they are out A whisper Is fraught with danger and may possibly be retailed from one person to another until It reaches the mistress of the house i Cure for Drinking Men Exchange There is but one sure cure for the drinking disease or habit and that is the simplest of all The cure consis in eating fruits It will cure the case of inebriety that ever afflicted a person It will entirely destroy the taste for intoxicants and will make the drunkard return to the thoughts and tastes of his childhood when he loved the luxuries nature had provided for him when his appetite had not become contaminated by false cultivated tastes and attendant false desires and imagi nary pleasures No person ever saw a man or woman who liked fruit and who had an appetite for drink No person ever saw a man or woman with an appetite for drink who liked fruit The two tastes are at deadly enmity with each other and there is no room for both of them in the same human con stitution One will certainly destroy the other James Starks a wealthy farmer of Hardin county died suddenlyafter a hearty meal MM Ramsey professor in languages was arraigned in New York on a charge of lunacy = LNMTHE8IGTMt STORE Is None designed tubbings raggedA Boys Caps AU Styles and Prices A pretty of 2 4 Attractive of Negligee Shirts to 50 Large Odd Pants 1 to 6 Creole Twopiece Wash for Men 250 of these goods we have something that you something a satis factory price Large assortments You have finding just what you want Robertson Brothers TATHAM SPRINGS attClaude Burke of Lawrenceburg was in our midst Sunday Jasper Durr is on the sick list William Dedman Saturday and Sunday with his brother Mark Ded at this place Mr Thomas Gillis and Miss Lula Roy alty were visitors Sunday Misses Maudie and Claudie Royalty attended church Sunday Pete Farley was the guest of Mr Dick Lately Saturday Miss Emma Wells is visiting at MooresvilleOmar Joe Moore of Taylorsville visited Ivan Carey last week Some one broke into Keeling Ca reys mill Friday night and took away a barrel of meal and a lot of flour Messrs Ivan Phillips and James Sni der visited at Mount Eden Sunday night Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sutton SE- ERA Nalley THE UPTODATE BARBER isWhen you want a clean shave or a firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Buil- dingRealtyBargains 196 acres fine Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 at 62255 acres highly improves stock farm Mercer county at 38 100 acres nice farm near Ianodsbu on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Junction 307 acres Spencer county a good one at 50 Exchange 340 acres hemp and tobacco land Garrard coun ty at36 ExchangeStore property Washington county village 2 houses shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchanger a farm And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodaburg The Best t TooGood For even the worst of boys Theres but one best in boys Shirts and Blouses it bears the Mothers Friend label Bring that skylarking romp ofa boy here and well soon him out in a manner ex actly to his liking Mothers Friend garments werent for girly boys Theyll stand the full strain and stress ofeverydayboy wear and take their with a good grace Its easy to lay for a day with prices as low as these Waists 50c to 85c line Oxfords to line 50c 1 lot of Suits Each In all will please nice at will no trouble in Mr Mr spent man here here Mr Mr acreS Bardstown 4000 store Ky fit up were visitors here Sunday Mr WilL Shirley and sister Lizzie attended church here Sunday Messrs Sam Yeager and Harvey Hos kins visited here Sunday- A large crowd is expected to attend the hop at the hotel Thursday night and also the moonlight fete to be given here Saturday night Rumor says there will be a wedding here soon In Mad Chase Millions rush in mad chase after health from one extreme of faddism to another when if they would only eat good food and keep their bowels regular with Dr Kings New Life Pills their troubles would all pass away Prompt relief and quick cure for liver and stbmach trouble 25c at C J Hay dons drug store guaranteed Are You of This ClassI Exchange The following contains some stubborn facts that can not be denied A town that never has anything to do in a public way is on the road to the cemetery The man who is so selfish as to have no time to give to city affairs is making the shroud The man who WILL NOT ADVERTISE is the hearsedriver The man who is always pulling back from any public enterprise throws bouquets on the grave The man who is so stingy and selfish as to be howling hard times preaches the funeral sermon and sings the doxology and thus the town lies buried free from all sor row and care r lIPestulancy and Peevishness are Unknown Iff the VIMAlT HOMEt H 4 It recuperates the wife and mother it nourishes the ana the overtaxed nerves of the father VIMALT is the key to the happy home A bottle atwill realize for husband an wife that connubial ffelicity that was the dream of their courtship days I5c Per Bottle at i HAYDONS PHARMACY t6 tfjI 4 a9 4 I I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 19Q5 5 v t i i SKIRTs1I I IVI I A IDuck Mrs Williams- r T FL J0000000000000 S THE FIR- STNatiQnal g n f Bank i OFt iI n SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY MMOww iI n CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided A Profits 25000 iIOFFI RS J 0nB L LItsey President Q John W Lewis Vicepresident 0 A C McElroy Cashier Q L B Cain Ass Cashier n R E Foster Bookkeeper n IfDffiECTORS Lewis IfSidnet9reen F M Campbell H M Grundy n IfTno O Polin 0 n We grant every favor consistent awith safe banking If you have not already an account with this n- n bank we invite your patronage j QQQOPO OOOOOOQ Local News Notes 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 1The newest patterns in ICED TEA glasses at Hagan Bros Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening Try a mce lamb roast from Carpen ters PICNIC BILLS The Sun is prepared to print your picnic bills in a way to attract attention thereby drawing the crowd Get our prices and see our work Go to Carpenters forlamb ops For a fine drink try our special mix for IGED TEA Hagan Bros Fruit jars extra tops and rubbers at Hagan Bros Fruit Jarsextra rubbers and caps at John C Shaders Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market The infant child of Mr and Mrs Ed Dragoo living near town died yester day morning FORSALETwo choice lots on Grundy avenue also modern house of six rooms and bath Address R care Sun 34 There will be union services in the churches in Springfield each Sabbath night during the month of July The union services on Sabbath night July 2 will beheld at the Baptist church All are cordially invited to attend The Ladies Aid Society of the Mack ville Christian Church will serve an ice cream supper on Tuesday July 4at the home of Mr Mat Wycoff near Mackville Proceeds for the benefit of the nqw Christian church All are cor dially invited to attend Supper from 5 to 10 oclock PtION- EE I FOR i r DRUGS r 1 IAll L Last Saturdayafternoonmarriage li censes were issued to Mr B F Payne and Miss Emma Taylor and Mr C Caskey and Miss Fannie Wise all of Marion but well known in Washington county Marriage was solemnized at the Methodist church Rev Hoskinson officiating STRAYED From my place about tour miles from Springfield on Pleasant Run about two weeks agoa black Polled Angus Steer weight aboutl000 pounds Reward for information leading to recovery R B HATCHETT R F D No 4Ij Yankey Montgomery Co stock dealers shipped is doubledeck car of lambs last Saturday and one yesterday to Jersey City They also shipped a carload of hogs to Louisville yesterday This firm has shipped this season about 2200 lambs and willship that many more during the next two or three weeks In a personal item in The Sun last week it was stated that Mr BFEvans of Lancaster would teach the Texas schooL We are informed that this is a mistake and that Miss Ella Shaunty has been given the principal ship of the school Born To wife of Mr Al Smith MendsYnighta girL G F Carpenter bought three fat heifers from Clements Bros this week Walter Leachman is turning out piano music to order into his furniture store and hear the Baldwin piano player The Republican county committee met here Monday and elected Professor Col vin chairman The committee will meet again July 22 LOST Knights Templar watch charm at Valley Hill Return to M L Searcy Springfield Reasonable reward BASE BALLA game of base ball will be played here on the Fourth at the park of the Springfield High School by the Springfield and Harrodsburg clubs 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 ptilebut must be for hauling and also for gravel hauled and spread GEO T CLEMENTS Road Supervisor Bids Wanted Sealed bidswill breceived at the Cojinty Judges or County Attorneys offices up to and including Saturday July 1 1905 for painting twe ve steel bridges in Washington county Ky the county furnishing paint and brushes B L LiTSEYJ T SCOTT MAYES Committee Despondent over long illness Mrs Alpis Shields of Findlay 0shotand killed her twelveyearold son and com mitted suicide 0000000000000 nnI Notes n tr rnVisitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up ofthe Weeks o Personal News o naoooOMrs J C Talbott is ill at present Mrs DudleyWells is reported bet ter Dr J H Lampton is quite ill this week 4Mr M H Jones was in Bloomfield Tuesday Mr John Brown of Lebanon was here Monday Mr Frank Munfordof Bardstown wAs here Monday Mr George Mock of Bardstown was in town Monday MrAlex McMakin of Bloomfield was in town Monday IMr J H McClure wits in Lebanon last week on business IMr Leo Haydon was in Bardstown the first of the week Mrs S M Karrick of Bloomfield ik visiting friends here R Barber was in Louisville on JJ last Saturday Spalding Clements and CV Hagan spent Sunday ip Lebanon IMr D B Sutherland of Chaplin vjras here Monday on business Miss Maie Tighe of Louisville is the guest of Mjss Myrtle Price Mrs R q Craycroft of Meade county is visiting relatives here Mrs Fred Grigsby has returned from a visit to Relatives at Chaplin Master Powell BoulwareVf Emi nence is visiting his parents here Miss Hettje Spalding of Lebanon is at the home of Mrs Sallie Simms Miss Sallie Adams of Lancaster is visiting her cousin Mr J F Pettus Messrs John F and Ben Simms were in Bardstown one day last week Mrs George McBride of Lawrence burg is the guest of Mrs M L Searcy Dr Ed Mudd of H wardstown is visiting at Walker Heights this week Messrs Robert Clearer and Edgar Bowman Jpf Lebanon were here Sun day Mrs J L Harman of Bowling Green is visiting relatives and friends herei Misses Margaret and Sarah Bun nell of Lebanon are visiting relatives hereMrs C C McChord entertained at progressive euchre last Friday after noonMiss Miranda Tucker was the guest of Miss Rose Cledver at Lebanon last week Mrs J E Carrico and son Eric of Howardstown are visiting relatives here J I Wimsatt is home fora while from an extended tour of the Eastern States Mrs J Robert Grume of Bards town visited Mrs Theo Campbell here Sunday Dr and Mrs HP Smock of St Marys were visiting relatives here Monday Mrs T J Nalley of Bardstown spent several days last week with rela tives here Mr Gray leaver of Lebanon has been visiting ireC W Hagan the past week Mrs B D Lake is quite illat present and it is feared typhoid fever will develop Little Miss Mae Katherine Lemon of Louisville i i visiting her aunt Mrs John LewisI Dr J M Burton returned Monday evening from a visit with his parents at Kirksville Miss Mattie Lee Vannattn of = Whenyouhave an immediate need- of eomearticle from a drug store but are unable to go after it remember 7L that our freedelivery service wa- sestablished to meet justsuch conditions and that we shall he Pleased to have you make use 0it Phone 89 RED CROSS DRUG STORE t et Ierel DISHES ele 18 BargainS F INtDISHES H Itnw = vy Cups and Saucers regular price 6ge75c per set now Q Dinner Plates regular price 75c 69set now e Oyster Bowls regular price 75c 69set nov e Salad f Bowls regular price 20c 14ceach now Vegetable Dish regular price 25c 17each now r e Vegetable Dish regular price 30c 23each now e are to seer Shelby ville is visiting at the home of Mr M H Jones t Mr U B McCraw of Mortons Gap Ky visited relatives here the first of the week Mr Fred Hagan who has been quite ill for some time is able to be on the street again Miss Lida Grundy of Valley Hill is visiting at the home of her sister Mrs C C McChord Mr and Mrs Oscar Spalding of Cleveland Ohio visited relatives here afew days last week Mr Alex Barber has returned from St Marys Kansas where he has been attending school Miss Myrtle Price entertained a number of her friends at 6 oclock luncheon Sunday evening Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes en tertained the members of the Fiscal Court at dinner Mr and Mrs E M of Alabama are guests at tH0 home of Mr and Mrs F It Hodapp Misses Fannie and Louise McElroy are visiting their uncle DV Rodman at this week Will F Simms is quite ill this week from a of the lungs At present he is much better Mrs Durrett and daughter Miss Elise of Bloomfield are visiting at the home of Dr M W Hyatt Miss Bertha Haydon who has been visiting friends in Bardstown and Louisville has returned home Miss Mable Tucker of Valley Hill has been visiting her Mrs Goatley for several days Mrs H P McChord attended the reception given at the home of Mrs John McChord at Lebanon last week Mr Walter Baker formerly of Pleasant Grove who has been inSt Louis for two years is visiting here Miss Katie Cain at euchre last Thursday The prize was won by Mrs C C McChord Mrs J H Lampton has returned from Leitchfield where she was called on account of the illness of her father Mesdames Bell Fain and G W Sullivan of Sanger Texas are visiting Mrs J C Talbott and other relatives here Mr and Mrs J L Norris ot Ft Worth Tex who have been visiting Mrs S A Shaunty at have returned home Mr J A Shaunty of Hannabal Mo who has been spending several days with his mother at left for his home last Sunday Mr Embrey Pet rand wife of Dennison Tex who have been visit ing Mr J S Yankey and family of near town nave returned home Miss Rena Yankey will leave Sat turday for Ky where she will spend about two months with her sister Mrs J W Carter Messrs Louis and Richard Kelly have returned home from St Marys Kan where they have been in school year Mr and Mrs Sanford of Owenboro were called here last week by the death of Mr t Meat Dishes regular price 25c each njjw t1 Meat Dishes regular price 30c each now C cIIeach now iSmall Pitchers regular price 20c I each noww Ci These Bargains worth your while HAGAN BROTHERS yesterday Hightower Shelbyville hemorrhage grandmother entertained eighthand Frederickstown Frederickstown Lexington duringtheput VanAradale VanAnoWi 17e 23 14 sister Miss Graham VanArsdale Mr James Spalding who formerly lived in this county but who has been living in Kansas City for a number of years is here visiting friends and relatives Judge B L Litsey and Messrs W D Claybrooke Scott Mayes Robt Noe and H B McElroy will go to Frankfort Thursday to appear before the State Board of Equalization Mrs J M Bevill of Cleveland 0 who has been visiting relatives here for some time left today for her home She was accompained by her daughter Mrs Lum Abell of this place who will spend two months at Cleveland Little Miss Gladys Mudd enter tained her friends Monday afternoon from 2 to 4 it being the anniversary of her birth The afternoon was en joyed to the fullest extent by all Pre ent Refreshments were served which of course are always the life of such occasions Mr and Mrs Rogers Gore spent a few days last week and this with rela tives at Hodgenville 0000000000000 tA SEVENPOCKET COSTUME o o ooo o oooco Without pockets woman Is at a great disadvantage In her competition with mUll In business or In travel A man bus fourteen and sometimes more pockets In his business suits while woman has not even one but Is obliged to carry an amazing array of small belongings or descend to many subterfuges Fashion has forced women to adopt skirts where pockets would seem to be impossible but If any woman will follow the simple plan here show sue can be independent of all those little Inipcdlnieutu and no one will be ally the wiser nnd she win have the free use of her bands for her protection In the many dangers of life Skirts now are fashionably made with a multiplicity of plaits generally stitched along the outer edges Beneath these plaits lon pockets can be put nnd the opening arranged to close invisibly with small books and eyes The front breadth is to be made like a panel stitched along the edges to the bottom The left side forms the plack et closing with hooks and eyes or with buttons in tailor style The right side has a deep pocket entirely invisible If tile opening is closed with buttons or hooks Three more pockets con be set under the plaits on the right side and two on the left back of the front breadth along the hips The waist may be in blouse style or a jacket An Inside pocket Is made of chamois In three compartments each fastening with a strong button to hold valuables This is seer ed fast to the Inside at the bust line A natty small pocket is made llke the watch pocket In a vest to hold a watch or small change and is deep enough on tile inside to be of practical use The plaits of the skirt are stitched down at least eighteen Inches aad then left to flare This gives abundant space for the deep pockets to contata quite an astonishing number of things all unsuspected of any one The con venience of these maay pockets esgkf- to make them Appreciate bT bwtMM women and tourist toWHa a Michel would be a burden And YafcaMM would be much safer oebeoeoeoeoeoeoaoeoaeoeoe Zz l- QO ooor Doocioo t One of the most enjoyable social functions of the season was that given by Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes on last Saturday evening that date being the twentieth anniversary of their mar riage Mr and Mrs Mayes issued quite a large number of mvitations and the crowd present indicated that but few failed to accept Promptly at S oclock the guests eg- an to arrive first being welcomed into the handsome lawn which was well lighted by Japanese lanterns thence they were ushered into the reception room where they were received by Mr and Mrs Mayes This room was hand somely decorated withmyrtle and chrys anthemums Mr and Mrs Mayes stood beneath a beautifully designed wed ding bell which was suspended from the center of the room with streamers bf evergreens running from each corner of the room to the bell and here each guest was presented In the reception hall the guests were met by Mr Robert Mayes and sister Miss May At 10 oclock ices were served m the dining room which was also nicely deco rated while in the reception hall frappe was served by Misses Sadie Mayes Viola Brown and Alice McElroy Mr and Mrs Mayes were the reipi ents of ninetythree presents some of them being unusually handsome Most of the presents consisted of pretty de signs in chinaware though thirteen nice pieces of cut glass were received It was a happy evening for all present and one that they will remember for many years to come Mrs McChords Parties Mrs C C McChord entertained the Flinch Club yesterday afternoon from 230 to 430 At the same hours Miss Grundy of Valley Hill sister of Mrs McChord entertained at eightband euchre at Mrs McChords home Miss Margaret McChord also entertained her young friends at flinch at the same time The euchre prize was won by Mrs R A McElroy the flinch prize by Mrs R F Sutton and the Prize offered by Miss Margaret was captured by Miss Searcy Mrs McChord also entertained the Euchre Club last Friday afternoon This afternoon Miss Mar garet will entertain for her guest Miss Lemon of Louisville And Misses Grundy and Tucker will entertain at euchre at the same hours at Mrs McChords home Mrs T L Gnady of Bloomfield is the outoftown guest A Pleasant Every r Master Dowing and Booker Robertson entertained their young fn 7last Thursday evening from 7 till n- It is needless to say that all prMt Mi joyed the evening to the fullest extort and went away hoping theta reputa tion would occur uni mway dada hence u Refreshment jetjkr gaatly served by Yrs lUbtrtoo MA of course this total1WM UM wit IICloriouapf the a t ji r f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 f W MISS SARA F SON MINIATURE PAINTER Miss Son who has become a very successful exponent of the difficult ar- tr miniature painting resides in Utica K Y but many of her patrons are from New York Philadelphia London and Paris Mrs Harold Baring of London Chauncey M Depew of New York Mrs Richard Bacon bf Clevolsiiil and members of the Drexel family of Philadelphia have been among her numerous sitters Miss Son is a self taught artist Rid her work has been highly praised by critics ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy tAfew doses of thisremedy will cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea It has been used in nine epi demics of dysentery with peffect success 1It can always be depended 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 means ofsavingthelives of many children each year- Whenredncedwithwater 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 25a LARGE SIZE 50c Toe sale by c J Haydom Springfield The Worth of Toil Technical World The noblest men I know on earth Are men whose hands are brown with toil gravesHewdownAnd win thereby a prouder fame Than follows kings or warriors name The workjngmen whateer their task To carve the stone or bear the hod Thy wear upon their honest brows The royal seal and stamp of God And brighter are their drops of sweat Than diamonds in a coronet workingmenWho shiesAndGod bless them for their swarthy hands Have wrought the glory of our lands EnterpriserAnderson News Special representatives of the Amer icanTobacco Company were in this city on Tuesday of last week for the pur pose of securing a site for the building of an immense tobacco rehandling and warehouse to have sufficient capacity to take careof the entire crop of the county It is understood that a site has virtually been agreed on and that the warehouse will be constructed before the next tobacco season begins The importance of this enterprise to the city and county can not be overesti mated as it will afford the farmers a home market for their tobacco in which they will realize more for the crop than can be had in Louisville or Cincinnati the money will be paid out in this city and will be expended either here or in the county and employment for a good portion of the year will be afforded for a number of men who otherwise would be out of work during a dull season Commissioners Sale John G Ruby etc plaintiffs vs Os Burks etc defendants In obedience to an order of the Wash ington Circuit Court I will on June 26 1905 at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky offer for sale on a credit of six months a lot of land with house on it in MantonWashington county adjoining H Corbitt and John Edelep- U1 Harduis creek containing about ij acre8Jto settle estate of Mary Wheat v Q Purchaser required togive bpndj with good security fol M G LEAcaMt Kaster Comr Washington County Charged With Rasing Bills Paducah Ky June 23 United States Detective Donnell arrested J Hi Williams a towboat man on th3 charge of being implicated in the raising of 2 bills to 10 Bertha Lass ter a 15yearold girl who passed one of the notes claims to have receiver It from Williams Verdict Against Book Publisher Lancaster Ky June 23ln the Lin coIn circuit court a verdict was ren dered in favor of lrsE L Walker county superintendent of schools for Garrard County for 10000 against the sureties of Ginn Co of Boston for discriminating in the price of school books Ryan Pleads Guilty of Murder Franklin Ky June 23Tom Ryan pleaded guilty to the murder of Bob Beard and was given a life term in the penitentiary This is the only case of the kind where any defendant ever pleaded guilty of murder in the first degree In this county Killed By Lightning London Ky June 23A terrific thunder storm and the hardest rain ofI the season visited London The fine harness horse of Congressman D C Edwards which he recently bought in Central Kentucky for 500 was struck by lightning and Milled A Deserter Sentenced Fort Thomas Ky June 23Fred Forsyth Company C Eighth infantry was tried by general courtmartial convened at this post and sentenced to be dishonorably discharged and to 15 months confinement for desertion froth his regiment Short Is Dead j Covington Ky June 23 Federal Marshal Sharp received a letter from 1stabout a week ago had died Short was wanted in Virginia and resisted Horn Polnts To Murder Owingsville Ky June 23The find ing of a skeleton in a hollow stump on Still Water creek Wolf county by WJJHam Childers while hunting points to murder the authorities believe Caleb Owings vanished two years ago Appointed K J Morris Frankfort Ky June 23GovBeck ham appointed K J Morris to till the vacancy in the office of magistrate in the Highland district in Campbell county made vacant by the resigns jon of Fred Haas last week In a New York prison the education al course for convicts will be broadened to include lectures on law- sREAD THIS J MILLEDGEVILLE KY Jan 1 1903 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear SiriI have been a great sufferer from myhomeTexas Wonder has cured me and I am- satisfied it saved my life and I can cheerfullyrecommend it to ladies suf bladder trouble Respectfully MRS ELIZA FROST A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravelcures lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children 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 fortestimonial WOMANS wg W E5J MRS FREDERIC SCHOFF The Alile President of the National CquRrreKM of Mothers Mrs Frcjderic Schoff of Philadelphia president f the National Congress of Mothers is one of the philanthropists of this country whose fame as a than pion of unfortunate children will livelong after she has gone to her eternal reward Mrs Schoff was one of the pi oneers In the movement for a mothers congress and has always been active In the work of the organization For many years she has been conspicuous In sod eties that have for weir object the bet terment of the laws that relate to the care of children The juvenile court law that was passed In Pennsylvania 1toUA1 Ill rniuvnsnv 11 MRS FREDERIC SCHOFF three years ago was placed on the stat ute books largely through her efforts and its result has been to remove chil dren entirely from appearance In crim inal courts Mrs Schoff has compiled a book of tile laws of every state in the Union concerning dependent and delinquent children and in many other ways aided by her wealth has shown her devotion to the cause so dear to her heart Mrs Schoff is also deeply interested In the welfare of her sex and Is a fa mous organization woman She Is a member of the Century club of Phila delphia one of the largest and most influential clubs of women In the coun try She was chairman of a committee whose efforts resulted in raising the salaries of the public school teachers of her city Mrs Schoff has a beautiful home In Philadelphia and has seven children of her own to whom she is devoted Touches Which Coant The perfect hostess believes in herself and her power to give pleasure to her guests She arranges her rooms to artfully conceal shortcomings furbishing up the furniture with a polish and making cleanliness speak for itself Windows are clear draperies are spotless and care shows in every part of the abode I have been in the simplest kinds of homes where I felt like exclaiming How charming and r have gone to mansions where I found not an atom of comfort though It was teem ing with priceless articles I can call to mind a little house occupied by the vicar of a big imposing church in whose yard It was plumped where mil lionaires daughters delighted to pour tea when the vicars wife threw open her doors to the parish says the Phlla delphla Bulletinjit lwas wonderfully simple and pret ity with its mattings and rugs Its short muslin window curtains and old fashioned furniture such as can be bought for a Bong In secondhand store not valuable mahogany but stained woods in odd shapes and full of comfort There were always flowers grow Injfjn that housenot many but the common kinds suited to the seasons and giving touches of color and sweet noss to the place Nobody stopped to ask how much money had been spent on the tiny house the vicars salary was small and his family large his home pretty his wife clever And he was a gentleman What more was needed The Children Toy s One of the most perplexing problems with which Ultr order loving mother has to contend Is to decide where to put the childrens toys If placed In the nursery closet they keep the floor In an unsightly litter and the dust gathers quickly under them One of the most convenient devices Is a box couch seven feet In length three feet wide and three feet deep To tHJs Is a hinged top The box Is cov ered with a deep red brocade and on the lid is fitted and securely fastened n hair mattress also covered with bro cade Into this thoroughly ornamental piece of furniture the toys may be stored every night It being the chil drens duty to pick ofT everything from the floor and put It away In a neat and orderly manner They become accustomed to this task and perform It with perfect cheer fulness and with a delightfully pleas ant conviction that they are helping mamma By the time their early supper Is brought to the nursery not a toy Is to be discovered on the floor and the box couch Is closed Upon this same couch are a number of pillows of bright cretonnes and denims and a folded afghan and hero the mother of ten takes a pussy nap aft er tucking In the babies Fold In ic Bed The strange statement has been made that there are people in the world who buy folding beds because they like r r Iz1zI It t- c Tatham Sriiigs t r +A pretty Scene on Chaplin River r art there are hundreds of people in Washington county alone who suffer agon iesrom cases of Bright Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gas Er- w tric and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice and every form of Dyspepsia Tatham tir Spring water cures these diseases Write for catalogue of testimonials BOARD eraf 2 per week 10 per month 35 ++ HotEL atTatham Springs Washington County Ky is situated on Cai y Island in Chaplin River at the intersection of Glenns Creek The hills THE g the valley are three hundred ft high from the top of which thet i is variedand sublime Chaplin river which is stocked with finer fish flows within one hundred feet of the Hotel at which place i W makes a grand circuit of three miles returning within ninety feet leaving picturesque ridge throughwhich a tunnel has been cut furnishing water for a mill i beilows world X The water is a mild alkaline diuretic with tonic and alterative properties of the w buttthe tit + water convinces us that nature in her subtle laboratory deep in the earth has given to it properties which the chemist cannot account for Mrs S Eo Wornall Manager Tatham Springs Hoteltj Talham Springs Ky r i+ + tthem and who being willing to pay asdrtlclesdocs not seem any reason for such a condition of affairs and when we are further tbld of a house with many large bedrooms containing only folding beds one cm but rub ones eyes and ask what next The folding bed is an article of utiljty but It Is difficult to view it as an article of ornament Its proper place and its only place is in a small room where space cannot be had for an open bed It is decidedly Insanitary because It is generally kept closed dur the Some would have ltlhnsbennuIfulpires to be something which it is notI A handsomely carved chest or wardrobe if one must have a heavy piece of carved furniture wound be more log ical mid more beautiful Scientific Americani Dread and Batter Roll There Is a knack about preparing the dainty brew and butter rolls for lunch eon or the r oclock tea that not every housekeeper possesses To roll easily the bread must not be more than a day old while the loaves should not be more than live or six Inches In diameter Cut the slices very thin with a sharp knife buttering each time before slicing Trim off the crust and roll lightly pressing Just enongh to have the folds adhere If preferred the bread can be spread with a fine paste of shrimp anchovy chicken cream cheese salad or fig before rolling For childrens parties or occasions when frills seem deslniUe these little rolls are tied with bebe ribbon but as rib bon adds nothing to their toothsome ness it Is best dispensed with under ordinary circumstances RellninC a Cqnt When a tailor h s n jqeket to reline he first rips out half of the old lining for a pattern Ie ring the other at tached as a guide Then he cuts the new lining from tl ic pattern had sews it up leaving tie underarm seams open He bastes In one half of the 1andbottomthe half of the old lining that was left attached and bastes in the remaining half of the new Now he hems the new lining around the bottom neck and fronts and last of all he does the armholeS and underarm seams into goAftersleeves are put in- Powder f Papery An Ingenious and convenient substi tute for the ordinary complexion pow der is simply a dainty booklet to be carried In ones chatelaine and to be used when occasion calls and then with rapidity and without courting notice areIsary to effect the requisite Improvement Is to tear a leaf from this little volume pass it over the cheeks and brow and cpnsign It to the four winds No puff ho pad Is needed The whole operation is quietly and quickly performed Helpful Fleas A woman who does her own housework and who always manages to look neat and tidy has given some helpful ideas While washing dishes or clothes she tucks a folded newspaper over her apron This she throws away when the work is done and her apron Is kept perfectly dry She also keeps a pair of stocking legs to draw over her sleeves while sweeping or dusting or doing anything about tfte house when she does not like to crumple her sleeves by rolling them up Subscribe for The Sun 5100 year SIXBREAD TICKETS ATtCONRAD HERTLEINS fOR 25c1- y ousands of Porto Ricans are said to be afflicted with lazy worm A I Ladies Wa have just received our sacand rtlimint if OHM Quality Shies and Oxfords PataM Leathers Tans Blacks and CanvasrGRUNDY t CLAYBROOKE McINTIRE ci = IT TOE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 tJ l I LIFE LIBERTY And The Pursuit of Happiness i Depends Largely I UPon I What JWeL a x of t By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1808 by Edward J Clods A Dyak lying at the foot of one of the scaling ladders and severely wound ed by a shell splinter witnessed their descent In his left hand he grasped a parang his right arm was bandaged Though unable to rise the vengeful pirate mustered his remaining strength to crawl toward the swaying ladder It was Taung S All Inspired with the Otte and venom of the dying snake Even yet he hoped to deal a mortal stroke at the man who had defied him And all his cutthroat band He might base succeeded as Jenks was so taken up With Iris were it not for the watch lul eyes of Mir ran The Mohammedan sprang at him with an oath and gave him such a murderous whack with the butt of a rise that the Dyak chief col lapsed and breathed out his fierce spirit in a groan At the first glance Jeiks did not rec ognize Taung SAll owing to his change of costume Through toe thinner smoke lie could see several sailors running up But with the passing of the chief their last perU bad done The next in stant they were standing on the firm ground and a British naval lieutenant Was saying eagerly 4We seem to have turned up in the nick of time Do you by any chance belong to the Sirdar We are the sole survivors answer ed the sailor You two only Yes She struck on the northwest reef of this Island during a typhoon This lady Miss Iris Deane and I were flung ashore Miss Deane Can it be possible Let me congratulate you most heart ily Sir Arthur Deane Is on board the Orient at this moment The Orient Iris was dazed It was all too wonderful to be quite understood yet She turned to Robert 4Do you hear They say my father ds not far away Take me to him No need for that miss interrupted a warrant officer Here he Is coming ashore He wanted to come with us but the captain would not permit It as there seemed to be some trouble ahead Sure enough even the girls swimming eyes could distinguish the gray bearded civilian seated beside an offi cer in ttye stern sheets of a small gig now threading a path through the bro- kenr reef bjTond Turtle beach In five minutes ather and daughter would aneetwaS Meanwhile the officer Intent on duty addressed Jenks again May I ask whO you are ji My name is AnstrutherRobert An trotber jjjA clinging to hIS arm heard the replY So he had abandoned all pretense He was ready to face the world at her side She stole a loving glance at him as she cried Yes Captain Anstruther of the In dian stuff corps If he will not tell you all that he has done how he has saved my life twenty times how he has fought single banded against eighty men ask me Captain Anstrutber does not appear to have left much for us to do Miss p Deane the officer said Indeed turning to Robtrjt is there any way In which my men will be useful twould recommend that they drag thegreen stuff off that fire and stop ttbe smoke Then a detachment should a go round the north side of the island and drive the remaining Dyaks Into the bands of the party you have landed IJtcedW here who has been a most faith Pure Food IIs one of the Godsends of the country It strengthens the nation because it gives to the people a muscular strength If we should dis Icover 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 cus tomers Oriole Shredded Cocoanut For cake dressing pies etc It is pure and wholesome All kinds of extracts and chocolates VEGETABLES RECEIVED EVERY DAY f McELROYBROS yi II ftfie Wings The Morning ofw ful ally during part of our siege will act as guide The other man cast a comprehensive glance over the rock with its scaling ladders and dangling rope ladder the cave the little groups of dead or un conscious pirates for every wounded man who could move a limb had crawled away after the first shell burst and drew a deep breath How long were you up there he asked Over thirty hours It was a great fight Somewhat worse than it looks said Anstruther This Is only the end of It Altogether we have accounted for nearly twpscore of the poor devils Robert looked toward the approaching boat She would not land yet for a couple of minutes By the way he said will you tell me your name Playdon Lieutenant Philip H Playdon Do you know to what nation this Island belongs- It is no mans land I think It is marked uninhabited on the chart Then said Anstrutber Leah upon you LI utenant Playdon and all others here present to witness that I Robert Anstruther late of the Indian army acting on behalf of myself and Miss Iris Deane declare that we have taken possession of this island in the name of his Britannic majesty the king of England that we are the Joint occu piers and owners thereof and claim all property tights vested therein These formal phrases coming at such a moment amazed his hearers Iris alone had an Inkling of the underlying motive I dont suppose any one will dispute your title said the naval officer gravely He unquestionably Imagined that suffering and exposure had slightly dis turbedl the other mans senses Thank you replied Robert with equal composure though he felt In dined to laugh at Plnydons mystification I only wished to secure a suffi dent number of witnesses for a verbal declaration When I have a few min utes to spare I will affix a legal notice on the wall In front of our cave Playdon bowed sll ntly There was something In the speu ers manner that puzzled him He deta led u small guurd to accompany Robeit and Iris who now walked toward tbe beach und asked Mir Jan to pilot him as suggested by Anstruther The boat was yet many yards from shore when Iris ran forward and Lazy Pores laziness is an evil that breeds trouble and disease Lazy men never look bright cheerful or healthy lazy people do not ex ercise they do not exert thejr for warding off disease Hence they become stagnent and useless In the same way the pores of your skin become clogged and lazy They lose their activity they dont perform their regular duties Asa result you have skin troubles aggravating annoying itchingatd burning skin black heads plmplestc The pores of your skin mg up They are lazy they need action The most effective means of producting the necessary activity is to use freely a day the new product Paracamph When you apply Paracamph itinimediately opens tile pores penetrates directly to the bottom of the same going even into the muscles drawing out all disease germs dirt obstruc tions and inflammation by inducing a healthy copious perspiration It washes out the pores and interior cells which furnish the oils necessary for mak ing a healthy and beautiful skin For this reason Paracamph is invaluable for the treatment of skin troubles such as dry Eczema Tetters rough and scaly skin It is unequalled for the treatment of Neu ralgia Sore Muscles and Rheumatism because it creates a normal activity in the pores of the skin thereby stimulating the circulation and thereby removing all con gestion Paracamph is a clean invaluable household remedya remedy that every family needs every day in the year Do not waste your money on cheap salves linements witch hazel vaseline etc Buy Paracamphltheuptodate perfect remedy to an 100 bottles Guaranteed by all dealers The Paracamph Co Louisville Ky U S A Foe faa0 by CtJ Haydon Springfield stretched out her arms to the man who was at her with wistful de spairi= Father Father she cried Dont you know me Sir Arthur Deane was looting at the two strange figures on thesnnds land each moment his heart sank lower This Island held his final hope During many weary weeks since the day w lien a kindly admiral placed the cruiser Orient at his disposal he had scoured the China sea the coasts of Borneo end Java for some tidings of the fgted Sirdar nndltreelands and Institute inquiries among tbe fishermen and small traders At last the previous night a Malay tempted by hope of reward boarded the vessel when lying at anchor off the large is land away to the south and told the captain a wondrous tale ofn devil haunted place inhabited by two white spirits a male and a female whither a local pirate named Taung SAlI hud gone by chance with his men and suf fered great loss But Tauiig SAH was bewitched by the female spirit and had returned there with a great force swearing to capture her or perish Tbe spirits the Malay said had dwelt upon the island for many years His father and grandfather knew the place and feared at Taung SAlk would never be seen again This queer yarn was the first Indica tion they received of the of any persons who might wl1creuboutsI shipwrecked Europeans survivors from the the tiny dot lay In the vessels north ward track so a course was set to ar rive off the island soon after dawn Events on shore us seen by the offi cer on watch tbld their owe tale Wherever Dyaks are fighting there is mischief on foot so the Orient took a hand in the proceedings But Sir Arthur Deane after an agonized scrutiny of the weird persons escorted by the sailors lookingI waters edge sadly neither oftbese could be the daughter whom he sought He bowed his bead In humble resignation and he thought he was the victim of a cruel hallucination when Iris tremulous accents reached his ears Father father Dont you know meHe stood up amazed and trembling Yes father dear it Is I your own little girl given back to you They had some difficulty to kip him In the boat and the man pulling stroke smashed a stout oar with the next wronch And so they met at last and the sailors left them alone to crowd round Anstrutber and ply him with a hundred questions Although he fell In with their humor aqd gradually pieced to gether the stirring story which was supplemented each Instant by tbe ar rival of disconsolate Dy iks and the comments of the men who returned from cute and beach his soul was filled with the sight of Iris and her father and the happy inconsequent demands with whicheach sought to ascertain and relieve the extent of the others anxiety Then Iriscalled to him Robert 1 want you The use of hrs Christian name creat ed something akin to a sensation Sir Arthur Deane was startled even in his Immeasurable delight at finding his child uninjured the picture of rude health and happiness Anstruther advanced This Is my father she cried shrill with Joy And father darling this 4 JAnd so then met at last la Captain Uobcrt Anstruther to whom Mono under Gods will I owe my life many many times since the moment the Sirdar was lost It was no time for questioning Sir Arthur Deuue took off his hut and held out his hand Captain Anstruther he said as I owe you my daughters life I owe you that which L can never repay And I owe you my own life too for I could not have survived the knowledge that she was dead Robert took the proffered hand 1 think Sir Arthur that of the two I am the more deeply Indebted There are some privileges whose value can not be measured and among them the privilege of restoring your daughter to your arras takes the highest place Then he turned to Iris I think he said that your father should take you on board the Orient Iris There you gray perltops find some suitable clothing eat something and recover from the exciting events of the morning Afterward ydb must brio Sir Arthur ashore again and wo t will guide him overothe Island I am sure you will find much to tell him meanwhileThe could riot fail to note the manner In which these two ad dressed each other the fearless love which leaped from eye to eye the calm acceptance of a relationship not to be questioned or gainsaid Robert and Iris without spoken word on the sub ject had tacitly agreed to avoid the slightest semblance of subterfuge as unworthy alike of their achievements and their love Your suggestion is admirable cried Sir Arthur The ships stores may provide Iris with sornq sort of rigout and an old friend of hers is on board at this moment little expecting her presence Lord Ventnor has accompanied me In my search He will of course flushed a deep bronze but Iris broke In Father why did he come with you Sir Arthur driven into this sudden squall of explanation became digni fied Well you see my dear under the circumstances he felt an arixlpty almost commensurate with my own But why why Iris was quite calm With Robert near she was courageous Even the perturbed baronet experienced a new sensation as his troubled glance fell before her searching eyes His daughter had left him a Joybus heedless girl He found her a woman strong self reliant purposeful Yet he kept on choosing the most straightforward means as the only honorable way of clearing a course so beset with unsus pected obstacles It Is only reasonable Iris that your affianced husband should suffer an agony of apprehension on your account and dp all that was possible to effect your rescue MyTaffiancedhusban d2 Wei my dear girl perhaps that Is hardly the correct phrase from your point of view Yet you cannot taU to remember that Lord Ventnor Father dear said Iris solemnly but In a voice free ifrom all uncertainty my affianced husband stands here We plighted our troth at the very gate of death It was ratified In the presence of God and has been blessed by him I have made no compact with Lord Ventnor He Is a base and un worthy man Did you but know the truth concerning him you would not mention his nameln the same breath with mine Would be Robert Be acfdsed by me Sir Arthur and you too Iris he said This Is no hour for explanations Leave me to deal with Lord Ventnor I am content to trust the ultimate verdict to you Sir Arthur You will learn in due course all that has happened Go on board Iris Moot Lord Ventnor as you would meet nay other friend You will not marry him I know I can trust you I nm very much obliged to you murmured the baronet who notwith standinghlsworry was far too experi enced man of the world not to ac knowledge the good sense of this advice no matter how rufilanly might be the guise of the strange person who gave it- That is settled then said Robert laughing good uaturedly for he well knew what a weird spectacle he must present o the bewildered old gentle manEven Sir Arthur Deanq was fascinated by the ragged and hairy giant who carried himself so masterfully and helped everybody over the stile at the right moment He tried to develop the change in the conversation By the way he said how came you to be on the Sirdar I have a list of all the passengers and crew and your name does not appear therein Oh that is easily accounted for I shipped as n steward In the name of Robert Jenks stewardsYes of the promised explanation- Iris rapidly gathered the drift of her lovers wishes Come father she cried merrily I am aching to see what the ships stores which you and Robert pin your faith to can do for me in the shape qt garments I have the utmost belief In the British navy and oven a skeptic should be convinced of its Infallibility If U M S orient is able to provide a ladys outfit Sir Arthur Deune gladly availed him self of the proffered compromise He assisted Iris Into the boat though that active young person was fur better able to support him and a word to the officer in command sent the gig flying buck to the ship Anstrufher during a momentary delay made u small request on his own account Lieutenant Play don nearly as big it man as Robert dispatched note to his servant and the gig speedily returned with u com plete assortment orClothlug and linen The man also brought a dressing case with the result that u dip In the bath and ten minutes In the hands of an expert valet made Anstruther a new man Acting under his advice the bodies of the dead were thrown into the la goon the wounded were collected In tho hut to be attended to by the ships surgeon and the prisoners were paraded In front of Mir Jan who Identified every mutt and found by counting heads that none was missing Robert did not forget to write out a fornial notice and fasten It to the rock This proceeding further mystified the officers of the Orient who had gradually formed a connected Idea of the great fight made by the shipwrecked pair though Anstruther squirmed Inwardly when he thought of the manner in which Iris would picture the scene As it was he had the first iinnings and he did not fall to use the opportunity In the few terse words which the mili tant Briton best understands be described the girls fortitude her unflagging cheerfulness her uncomplaining rejidiness to do au4 dare When lie ended Vne Erst lieutenant 722 commanded the boats sent IQ pursuit of the flying Dyaks the Orient sank both sampans as soon as they were launchedsummed up the general verdict You do not need our admiration Captain Anstruther Each man of us envies you from the bottom of his soulThere Is an error about nry rank he said I did once hold a commission In the Indian army but I was court martialed and cashiered In Hongkong six months ago I was unjustly convicted on a grave charge and I hope some day to clear myself Meanwhile I am a mere civilian It was only Miss Deanes generous sympathy which led her to mention my former rank Mr Playdon Had another of the Orients twelve pounder shells suddenly burst In the midst of the group of officers It would have created less dismay than this un expected avowal Court martlaled Cashiered None but a service man can grasp the awful significance of those words to the commissioned ranks of the army and navy Anstruther well knew what he was doing Somehow be found nothing hard In the performance of these penances non Of course the ugly truth must be revealed the moment Lord Ventnor heard his name It was not fair to the good fellows crowding around himand offering every attention that the frank hospitality of the British sailor could Suggest to permit them to adopt the tone of friendly equality which rigid discipline If nothing else would not al low them to maintain The first lieutenant by reason of his tank was compelled to say something That Is a devilish bad Job Mr An atruther he blurted out Well you know I had to tell you He smiled unaffectedly at the won dering circle He too was an officer and appreciated their sentiments They were unfelgnedly sorry for him a man 110 brave and modest such a splendid type of the soldier and gentleman yet by their common law an outcast Nor could they wholly understand his demeanor There was a noble dignity In his candor a conscious innocence that l disdained to ghield Itself under a par tial truth The first lieutenant again phrased the thoughts of his Juniors I and every other man In the ship cannot help but sympathize with you But whatever may be your recordif- you were an escaped convict Mr An Btruther no one could withhold from you the praise deserved for your mag nificent stand against overwhelming odds Our duty Is plain We will bring you to Singapore where the others will no doubt wish to go Immediately I will tell the captain what you have been good enough to acquaint us w1t1t Meanwhile we will give you every assistance and errattentlon In our power A murmur of approbation ran through the little circle Roberts face chapsIintrusion Into the mlersltyI of a young lady In hat carrying a Trouvllle parasol and most exquisitely gloved and booted made every one gasp Oh Robert dear how could you I actually didnt know you Thus Iris bewitchingly attired was gazing now with provoking admiration at Robert who certainly offered almost us great a contrast to his former state as did the girl herself He returned her look with Interest Would any man believe he laugh ed that clothes would do so much for n woman TtWhat a left handed compliment But come dearest CaptalniFItzroy and Lord Ventrior have come ashore with father and me They want us to show them everything You will ex cuse him wont you 1 she added with a seraphic smile to the others They walked oft together Jimmy gasped a fat midshipman to a lanky youth Shes got on your togs Meaning that Iris had ransacked the Orients theatrical wardrobe and pound ed on the swell outfit of the principal female Impersonator In the ships com pany CHAPTER XVI ORD VENTNOR was no fool While Iris was transforming LJ herself front a semisavage con dition Into a semblance of an ultra chic Parisienue Sir Arthur Deane told the earl something of the state of affairs on the Island His lordship a handsome saturnine man cool insolently polite counseled patience toleration even silent recognition of Anstruthers undoubted claims for services rendered She Is an enthusiastic high spirited girl he urged upon his surprised hearer who expected a very different expression of opinion This fellow Ans struther Is a plausible sort of rascal a good wan In uHlght place too just the owhoItwice Further amazement for the shipowner Yes Its quite true I Interfered with his little games and he gave me the usual reward of the devils apothe cary Leave Iris alone At present she Is strung up to an intense pitch of gratitude having barely escaped a ter rifle fate Let her come back to the normal Anstrufhers shady record must gradually leak out That Rill disgust her He Is hard upcut off by his people and that sort of thing There you probably have the measure of his scheming He knows quite well that he can never marry your daughter It Ja all a matter 5f price C TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK 5000Reward will be paid toanjj person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cocaine ether or chloroform in any form in any of Dr Miles Remedies This reward is offered because certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is understood that this reward applies only to goods purchased in the open market which have not anywayDrtheir soothing nourishing invigpratingsystem and not by paralyzing andweakening the nerves as would be the c se if these rugs were used For this reason Dr Mil AntiPain Pills are unive all considered the best pain reniedy 1wtthseverecould get and could not find any relief AaUPainhours at a time with such severe pains that I feared I would my mind The AntiPain Pulls gave me relief in from 10 to 20 minutes I do not have to use Morphine any more I wish you would publish this so thatother sufferers may find relief t rnDr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the flat package will teneftt It It falls he will return our money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Indi Peoples Deposit Bank j Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889I CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 itOFFICERSGee D Robertson President ii Hon L H Thurman VicePrident J A BoulwSre Cashier Chas M ilcChord Asst Cashier HCLee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS GrahamJuckaJ W Satterly T X Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OCOOOOOOOOOOOOO oooooooooooooooooooooooooo 80HAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men THOSE 13 t 000000000000 JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown r Handsome Line of Caskets aad Barial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 7- 4eooiiooooIoooIJ a CLUBBING RATES WITHLOUISVILLE lTImesThe Sun and the Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in j the veekS70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any threeIdays in the week six months 2 30U The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80V Address THE tSpringfield 11e r m y i N Ii 17 T 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 28 1905 1 iti It14HHtt4ZIJt1 Z t Zi HIIZ1 It ZI tI lfDANGEROUS 1 Glasses has made this work a study W C Grigsby the Op SpringfieldISaturday July 8 To the eyes and fit and adjust Glasses He isa graduate of two Optical Colleges one the Northern Illinois College of Chicago + is ore of the largest in the world He uses no guesswork all itt Glasses are guaranteed to give satisfaction Remember the date Saturday July 8 at The Walton + W CM Grigsby z f OPTICIAN 111H4IZtiZt1Z1 ii ift ift tft ift ift i ift rft 2RYSUNG FSLK LISSAJOUS CURVES The Salt Artist and the Pretty De suns It Will Produce Some very curious natural curved designs may be made with sand or salt and a funnel Get a piece of wood about there Inches fei diameter and in the center of It make a hole large enough for thfun nel to rest in Fasten three pieces of stout twine near the edge of the wood en disk equally distant from each oth geltso that when their other ends are pictureI THE FAIT AKTJST AT WORE the funnel will hang in a balanced position in the wooden rest while held In Soar hand at the knot f Then on two books in a frame as shown In the picture placed about four feet apart fasten two strings and let them be united with the other three at A When this has all been done the funnel which may be of glass or of tin should bang with Its center as close to the table as possible row remove the funnel and make a knot In the strings at about onefourth tits length above the funnel as at B Replacing the funnel bojd your finger at the bottom of the and pour it full of sand or salt and sour salt artist Is ready to draw Hold the funnel off at one corner of the table paid let it go when It will siv ng off In a curve the sand or salt marking the line ot Its motion Now fill the funnel again and holding it at the opposite corner of the table let It go when it will duplicate the first curve from that corner If you do this from all four corners you will base a pretty symmetrical design If you mill now remove the funnel untie the knot at B and make the knot at some other point the curves will be different and you may make an Infin- Ite variety of designs by starting from different position on the table You may think that this is great fun and so it is but it Is more than fun as the curves really represent a discovery made by a Frenchman and they are called after him Lissajous curves The Three Sieves Ob mamma cried little Blanche TP iipott I heard such a tale about Edith Howard I did not think she could be so very naughty One iiMy dear Interrupted Mrs Phiipott before you continue we will see if four story will pass tie three sieves What does that mean mamma Inquired Blanche I will explain It In the first place isif true I suppose so I got It from Miss White and she Is a great friend of Ediths T And does she show her friendship by telling tales of her In thAne place though you can prove itlp be true is It kind fl do not mean to be unklnd but I am afraid It was I should fnot like Edith to speak of me as I have of her And is it necessary fNo of course mamma there was no need for me to mention it at all Then put a bridle on your tongue If we cant speak well speak not at all Xame of Vehicle The word carriage comes from the r Of course it is to wear that do not fit your eyes Why not have them fitted by one who test old Latin word carrus which means a cartCabriolet commonly shortened to cab comes from a French word which means a goat leap or caper The car riage Is so named on account of its lightness Omnibus Is from the Latin and means for all Gig Is from the French word jig and It Is given to the vehicle on account of from the French word for chair drivexIswise why would he prefer to ride aloneCoupe Is from the French word to cut It is given to the vehicle because It looks like a coach with its front cutoff What the Robin Told How do robins build their nest Robin Redbreast told me First a wisp of yellow hay layIfloss Feathers too and bits of moss SongThisThats what robln told me Where do robins hide their nest Robin Redbreast told me Up among the leaves so deep creepLongLong before the leaves are gold Bright eyedstars will peep and see Baby robins one two three Thats wlfat robin told me lLittle Flower Folks How to Wash Chiffon It is quite easy to wash and Iron the better klnjls of chiffon and mak it look as good as new Make a laiber with soap powder in warm water flout the chiffon in this for abut ten min utes do not rub but fold carefully be twee4 the hands and squeeze gently two or three times Then place it between the folds of a clean soft towel and press in it until most of the mois rotc Is absorbed Iron on the wrong side while still damp and the chiffon Will be quite glossy and fresh again FrelllJI the used In ralIIn casks between layers of fine sand they will l eep fresh throughout the whole year How tO Remove Spot on the Nails To removewhite spots from the nails make a paste of equal pats of turpen tine and myrrh Spread on the nails at night binding on a cloth to prevent Its soiling the clothes Hei iove in the morning by applying olive oil It is said that prospective Equitable investigations will be much more searching than the Prick inquiry One man was killed three others fatally hurt and several injured in an auto smash in New York City SYCAMORE VALLEY We have had a nice rain which made a good season for setting tobacco but it was a drawback to thosewho have been trying toliarvest thep ast week Severel from the Valldy attended Countycourt Monday MrW C Cammack visited his daugh ter at Hillsboro last Saturday night Messrs T W and J D Sutherland delivered sheep and lambs at Kelly on June 20 the sheep at 6 cents Mrs J D Sutherland has returned home after a weeks visit to her par ents at Sparrow where she saw her uncle Boone Martin from Taylor Texas It isthe first time Mr Martin has been in Kentucky in nineteen years and his friends received him warmly tendering him a dinner at the home of Mr W C Cammack Among those present were Mr A L Jeffries and family S E Cranfields family of Vandyke Messrs Calnan Settle J L Cammack and others Miss Jappa Barnett is visiting at Woodlawn this week The attendance at church here last Sunday was very good Mr Bud Gi lespie of Harrods Shewmakers BRUMfiELD t After an absence of severalweeks Your correspondent will try and send in a few items of news The correspondent as well as the subscribers can easily detect the growth of news The Sun is reaching Crops in general are very good in this section Harvesting is in full blastA H Crain who has been at Rock hold for several weeks has returned to his home here and is studying telegra phy under Mr J M Helm Mrs John Catlin of Lebanon was visiting her father Mr R H Harmon last week A crowd of young people have returned from a trip to Mammoth Cave They report one of those large times John Caldwell and wife and A H Crain and family visited at the home of J L Rawlings SQnday Mrs W H Pipes of Danville was visiting relatives at this place last week Mrs Dora Grain of Saxton who has been visiting her parents here has re turned home The Baptists will hold a protracted meeting at the Union church here be ginning the second Sunday in July J W Grain has in his possession a brick with two small pig tracks in itThe brick is 140 years old and came out of the building now owned by Mr Lem Elliott which was built by a Mr Crow SPARROW Thee frequent showers make it bad for harvesting but according to an old adage more rain more rest On Monday night there was a cloud burst in the vicinity of Ashbrook doing considerable damage to land and crops P C Richardson a wellknown far mer of Washington county intended doing a large business in raising turkeys this season He began with eight hens which layed 110 eggs and hatched eleven turkeys But the rats caught all but three as soon as they were hatched If all who are engaged in the turkey business should meet with such luck turkeys will be high Mrs Sarah Vowels entertained the following at dinner last Tuesday Mr Boone Martin and family of Tay daughterjIJ D Sutherland of Sy amore Valley Mrs W H Black and aughter Miss Opha of Black Ky Mi W C Cam mack and Ice Mrs All e Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa Mrs R N Vow els and daughter Miss Lizzie Mrs Wilkes Morgan and sons Vivian and a ooao aaaQQQQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers i Springfield = Kentucky Pnone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the peopl every kidness 0000000 00000 e i kEEEf EEl If IT II T m m II If CT If Km m If If SE EEEEEEF EEEEEE boughta jJ T nice line of jewelry Have your eyes tested and fitted ar If Ii Call and see himmIf iWORK 3EEE I1 3 Eti b If i I- ft JasmI T Graves u If iii Ii i- Ji M I II i EEEE Public Sale At the late residence of David L Puyne six miles from Springfield on Bardstown pike I will on- SATURDAYJULY I 1905 Begimting at 1 oclock p m sell at public auction to the highest bidder the personal property of David L Payne deceased consisting of yenrlingheifersthree hogs set of blacksmith tools farming tools household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale MRS LUCINDA PAYNE Admx David L Payne Jr Carl Mr W R Moore and son and daughter Elwood and Mabel All spent quite a nice time Mr Jeptha Cox and daughter Miss Blanche of Lawranceburg spent Tues day night with the family of W E Cammack Mr Boone Martin and son Earl spent several days last weekwithrelatives at Vandyke and Glensboro The rainey weather of last week has delayed farm work considerably in this vicinity Wheat is ripe Corn and to bacco need work but hands are scarce and hard to find Mose Smithers who Was shot and badly wounded by Will Wright of Chaplin is reported to be improving mong those who attended the reunion at Louisville were W M Cross field and daughters Miss Cleo and Mrs Pearl Stuart Mrs E V Martin and mother Mrs James Montgomery visited Mrs Timo thy Corn oneday last week Mrs A L Jeffries of Glensboro vis ited the family of W C Cammack several days last week Mr Boone Martin and family will visit his wifes family Mr J D Brady of Roland Ky Success to The Sun is the wish of the writer May it shine brightly in every home in Washington and adjoining counties Springfield Market BaconHarosIrK Sides 12c Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 20c per pound Chickens Hens 8cj Spring 12Hc Driedapples tic per pound nricks13c per pound corn Sleal to 75c per bushe- lEggsllc per dozen Feathor8i40c per pound- Flout32O to w Ginseng 750 per pound GrainWheat 3115 corn Oats tOcIHides Green 7c toLard lOc per pound Lime 90e to looper barrel lMill productsBran Sloo shipstuff 120 per pounds t Potatoes Country B5c to The 185 per barrel Turkeysc per pound Tallow tc per pound Vinegar 2oc to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and greasy l4Hc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28e Country Sorghum 45c tp SO- cGeeseiCc a peice Onion Sets150rG VI L is for LENS Which relieves all distress Causing the blind To be very much less When properly fitted requiredGlasses And your Eyes are not tired E M RUSSELL f Jeweler and Optician When you get ready to buy your glasses cut this advertise ment out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off A Meat Market WH ERE YOU CAN- BUY TMEBESTEv- ery day in the year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention Ice You cantkeep J cool these days without ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are constantly in the market for good beeves F T tOX CO Kentucky Fair Dates The following dates fixed by the dif ferent fair associations throughout the State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced daysDanville daysFernShepherdsville August 154 days daysVanceburgGuthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield Nicholasville 293 days Bardstown August 304 days Florence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysHenderson daysOwensboro y C OOOOOOOOCO Special SumrExcursions- ILLINOIS VIA r 1I CENTRAL r RAILROAD F- TO California Colorado PI And to the Lewis and Clark Centennial ExptsititM at 0 PORTLAND OREGONu8 o roundtripo rates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted s Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New 1R Mexico and Texas R Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet is Description of Southern Lands HARLOWis Ky Si o ooooOOOOooooCXjGOGGGOGvJOGOGGGOGQOO QQoQQ QQQQQ aaogoooQQaoQoaa ne ilr 1905J eo THLSPRINGFIELD SUN and iQ w You will Save 0 e Money By selecting vourareading matterr- a d front The 1i Suns Club rbin list 0 b at1 on ng Trains 1240 1100 600 Trains Several from here attended County court Springfield Roy the son Mr and Mrs William Sweeny and was the following day Owing much many will not through harvesting wheat until the end the Hog Hun and reach from end the other fences wheat stock and water gaps the most was be the heaviest that ever fell Hog from here attended the ice cream supper last Friday Bishop and Mat Truax were here last Friday business Some one the Mr and took meal have lived here for quarter cen tury and heard the like before day has been son Wall fell Weekl Heralduun eNashville AmericanuL50 aWeeklySt Louis L75 IpDemocrat AgriculturistAmerican Epitomist 150 Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside Review Reviews 325 Magazine 285 s 400 Ledger Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers 150 r Address The Sun Springfield Ky e O O O O O a IL andN Railroad Table 1Incom Daily Arrivesat p m p m p nu Arrives at Bardstown 735U a m Arrives at Bardstown Junctn 650u 930uLeaves Louisville u 410u n Outgoing No 42 No 4L 705 502 730 Leaves Springfield 55 a m 715 a m 120 p mLeaves Bardstown 617U 800U 220 4f Leaves Bardstown Junctn 703U Arrives at Louisville 755U 935u 545 p m MOORESVILLE at Monday thrcpweeksold of died last Tuesday interred atNwHope cemetery to so rain farmers get of got Wednesday in to lumber suffering It said to rain on at Woodlawn nightMessrs S H on entered pantry of M E Curran lastWednesday night therefrom a bushel of I a of a never of Childrens indefinitely of J M I Q e perlyrg Louisville 125 o SemiWeekly Republic n American 175 nAmerican 225 Country o L75 of n n Lippincotts Monthly 175 n Weekly 435 e n n Q Time SionlyNo 552 tA Daily 1No Springfield825 1 onlyNo I Daily No44 845410p1D 1 weekj RunSeveral oWeekly nHome Magnzinet from a horse last week and sustained some severe bruises daughtersMrsvisiting the Yocum brothers at this T D Sweeny has recovered from an attack of hay fever Messrs T D and Elijah Far Wrightlast EllisW lawn and took In the ice cream On Sunday June 25 to the wife ofE C Pile a ninepound girL wIIIrECream VermifugeTHE WORMREMEDY j THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TWttC CWAMC OF IHITATtaiW TNt qtNUINC eNLyay BallardSnow Liniment 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