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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r i t It110LVME m t UUi f t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f1 I j + SPftlll FIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1905 i rIIrMEI 33 11 GAVE HI BAByl AwayDid Louis Cooley and Wife And Then Went On Their Way Rejoicing There are thousands and thousands of parents in this world who would refuse to exchange one of their children for the earth ahd the fullness thereof yet a man and his wife passed throuSh Springfield Monday who tried to per suade number of people to accept as a gift their twomonthsold baby It is said that the name of the man is Louis Cooley and that for a time he anhis wife have been inmates of the cotmty Poor house They were unsuc cessful in their attempts to give the baby away in Springfield and throw ing itacross his shoulder as he would a sack of potatoes the man and woman started out the Mackville pike It is said they inquired of Mr Coyle jani tor at the college if he knew of some one they could hire to kill the infant While waiting near the college pre sumably for some one willing to undertake the job Bessie Lynch a colored woman came by and consented to take charge of the baby She brought it to town and gave it to the Wife of James Mitchell colored who it is claimed desires ts raise it Cooley and his wife are said to be halfwitted and not responsible for their actions MOORESVILLE Frequent and heavy rains make it difficult to keep the weeds down and they have about taken possession of c r the gardens tobacco patches and corn fields Mr W D Pile and family visited Mr Jeff Smith last week Mr Pile contemplates removing here at an early rdate fadlastOn the Fourth we attended the fish fry given by the good people of Wbod lawn on the Big Beech a mile below Maud Where was plenty of everything good to eat on hand and about three hundred people present What thev1 did to the fish was aplenty I was ex tremelyfish hungry myself but Igot all I wanted It was a gala day for all presentMrs W X Ellis and Miss Nancy and Mrs Annie DahdMiss Eunice Weakley were shopping in Springfield last Saturday Mrs Etta Crume is on the sick list Mr John Ellis is at Lakeland visit ing his sister Mrs Tea Hardin and niece Elizabeth He will return Tome in a few days accompanied by then Mrs Josie Settle is having a nevto bacco barn erected School opened up at Fairview on the 10th instant with Miss Mollie Hines as teacher Do the people of Maud and vicinity need a bridge Well if you had been thereabouts last week you would have thought so Dr Shehan had a sick call and had to go ten miles to reach his destination whereas he should have traveled but three miles Several had to go by theTurinel Mill to reach Bloom fieldA doubledeck car load of lambs was shipped from Bookers to Jersey City MondaySettle have shipped their wool to the city R M Arnold is hold in priceThe July 3 with Mr Hey Wells as teacher Wheat threshing will open up in full blast as soon as the weather will per mit con nn n 1 THE FIRST D A National Bank 0 JOFSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY S 0CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 is OFFICERS eB L LItey President 0 John w Lewis VicePresident 0e A C3ICElroy shiern L B Cain A wt Cashier R E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORSD Lewise 0RDJno O Polin D We grant every favor consistent with safe banking If you have not already an account with this n bank we invite your patronage I- QQ QQQQQQQQ i 1Died In Louisville- Mrs Ellen Fowler a sister of Mr Ben Haydon Sr ot this place died at her home in Louisville Friday night of complication of diseases aged seventynine She was born and reared here but had been living in Louisville for about fifteen years She was married to Mr Sam Fowler who was also a native of this county Mr Fowler died about six years ago Deceased was a consistent member of the Catho lic church and her remains were laid to rest in the St Louis cemetery in Louisville Monday morning at 9 oclock Mrs John Thompson of near town is a daughter of the deceased and has a host of friends who extend condolence Frightened to Death Elizabethtown Mirror A very un usual and most distressing death oc curred Thursday of last week in the Fontajnebleau vicinity Virgil Carroll the two yearold son of Mr Charles Carroll was playing in the front yard when a horse which belonged to a neighbor and was hitched to a post in front of the yard gave a loud neigh which so frightened the child that it wen l into spasms and died in a few minutes Virgil was a bright and healthy child and had been hale and hearty all his life There are but few like deaths on record The funeral was conducted at St James church on Friday by Father Daly and the interment was in the Catholic cemetery The bereaved family has the sympathy of the entire community ANTIOCH News is very scarce with us but we will try and have a few things to tell Crops are looking fine here and so are the weeds The weeds in Mr Sni d is fields are so bad James has lost his tobacco crop and cant find it anywhere Everybody here that can gather a blackberry has been very busy the past week Mr Morgan Yewell and family have returned home after visiting their par ents at this place Rev Hatchett has been visiting his daughter at Fisherville the past week Mrs Mary Pulliam spent one day last week with friends at Chaplin Oillie Willham was in our midst Saturday and Sunday Several from here attended the big meeting at Seaville Sunday James Trent was here Sunday Miss Mirtie Catlett of Springfield is visiting friends at this place Married On July 3 Mr Thomas Voteau and Miss Minnie Bruner We extend congratulations- Mr R A Willham has filled his buggy house with new buggies Mrs E G Holliday has been very sick for several days Mr Martin is visiting his daughter at this place this week Mrs Bertha Sweazy was a visitor at Mrs Mary Pulliams Saturday after noonMrs Elsie Driscoll spent one day last weekwith her sister here Rev Allen will preach here Sunday The afternoon Sunday school here was poOrly attended on account of the rain TEXAS i Miss Iris Purdom who has been visiting her uncle has returned home Mrs Nat Campbell of Springfield visited her parents here Sunday Mrs Crosby and Miss Georgic Young were in Fenwick Wednesday Last Wednesday afternoon as Levy and Tom Bailey were returning home from this place their horse became frightened at a dog and overturned the buggy throwing the occupants to the ground The vehicle was entirely de molished The boys were uninjured with the exception of a few bruises Misses Josie Lee and Mattie Brown of Springfield were to see Mr P C W Peterson Tuesday Moss the eightmonthsold childof Jacob Peterson is very ill at this Patty Campbell of Springfield- is visiting relatives here Dr RoBard visited his fatherinlaw Dr Irvin at Gravel Switch Sunday Mr and Mrs CT Cocanougher were visiting at Stewart Saturday Mrs Belle Hayes has returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in Boyle county H J Cocanougher and William Peter son were in Lebanon Friday jO- r JAMES DALRYMPLE EXPERT ON MUNICIPAL OWNERSHIP James Dalrymple of Glasgow who Is to assist Mayor Dunne In solving the problem of municipal ownership of street railways In Chicago Is general manager of the tramway lines in Glasgow Scotland which are owned and very successfully operated by the city of Glasgow In Glasgow under city ownership fares have been lowered hours of labor sjiorteiied the service Improved and a substantial profit turned In despite these facts Death Of Mr Buckmanj Mr James Robert Buckman a brief mention of whose death was made in the last issue of The Sun was born in Washington county February 28 1829 and died in Bullitt county July 4 1905 He was seventysix years four months and six days old and for twentynine years of his life he had been a devout member of the Catholic ch rch Mr Buckmans death was due to injuries received from a fall from the barn loft on June 28 He leaves a wife and six children to whom many Washington county friends and relatives extend condolence His body was interred in St Dominics cemetery here last Wed nesday Deathof Mrs Quinn Mrs Mary Ann Quinn of Columbus Ga who had been here for one month visiting her nieces Miss Fannie Wall arid Mrs B F Simms and nephew J K Wall died yesterday afternoon of an attack of acute indigestion She had been ill only a few hours and her death came as a great shock to her relatives Mrs Quinn was seventy eight years old and had been a resident of Columbus Ga for many years where the body has been sent for interment She was a devout member of the Catholic church- SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank At The Close of Business June JO 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 212335 80 Overdrafts 4215 93 Banking House 5000 00 Cash on hand and due from other Banks 38692 63 255244 36 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 lf 18000 00 Undivided Profits 2132 61 Bills ReDiscounted 5000 00 Individual Deposits 18011175 255244 36 Gross earnings Six months 6064 08 Bal undivided profits Jan uary 1 1905 1005 03 7069 11 Disposed of as follows Paid Dividend No 314 per 00Paiddate 2936 50 Balance undivided Profits 2132 61 7069 11 GEO D ROBERTSON Pres I Hf THURMAN VicePrgs J A BOULWAR Cashier j fr J a n cH WILLISBURG =News is scarce this week but I will try to jot down a few items for The Sun We are still having lots of rain Mrs James Brown and daughter Miss Mattie of Louisville are visiting at this place Mrs W T Wilson has returned home from Louisville where has been visiting relatives and friends The Misses Adkinson of Cornishville visited their aunt Mrs W S Browlev last week Mr and Mrs Lafe Harlow spent Sun ckIvdle day with the formers parents at An tioch Mr Henry Thompson and family vis ited his father Mr Dave Thompson near this place last Saturday and Sun day Mr and Mrs Frank Ash visited the latters mother Mrs C R Cheatham last Sunday Mrs Ada Wells visited at Birchwood one day last week Dr John Yates has returned from the Louisvile Medical College aniTwill practice his profession- Mr Louis Clark and family visited his mother Mrs Catherine Clark who is very ill at this Writing Mr Ed Sutherland of Harrodsburg was in our midst last week Quite a number of our young people attended church at Tatham Springs last Sunday morning Mr W B Shirley and Miss Lela Goodlett attended church at Hillsboro last Sunday FI LONG RUN The singing at Brother John Edwards Sunday evening was well attended Miss Lillie Cocanougher Was the organist On the night of the 7th instant the wife of Marquis Cocanougher jr presented him with a fine boy A protracted meeting will begin at Wesley Chapel on the night of July 11 The presiding elder Brother Simpson will assist It is said that it never rains on a July night If you can not see a cloud when the sun sets on Friday evening it will be sure to rain before the next Tuesday oJ evening Charley Coyle received lambs last week at 6 J cents The blackberry crop is not an average one Every farmer ought to have a blackberry patch in some waste place as it would afford both pleasure and profit When the berries are ripe the farmer could take a day off hike out to the briar patch pick his berries get scratcheda bee sting perhaps or start a snake and imagine himself a boy again Mr Harvey Key who hashad rheu matism for five years is better than he has been in all that time School opened at Pottsville last Monday with Miss Alma Orkies as teacher 2i To The United States Court Judge A M Cochran of the United States Circuit Court handed down his decision in the Caleb Powers case in which Powers made application for the removal of the case to the Federal Courts on the ground that he was discriminated against in the selection of juries to try him and could not en force in the Kentucky Courts the rights granted him by the Federal Contitution also because he had been pardonedo- nis alleged crime conspiracy to assas sinate Governor Goebel by the de facto Governor of Kentucky W S Taylor The Court granted the petition of removal on the ground of Powers inability to enforce his constitutional rights in the Kentucky Courts Of the Taylor pardon the Judge said it was a local question that had already been decided by the Kentucky Courts Champion Cattle Feeder Kentucky Standard Mr H M Watson of Gethsemane claims to be the champion cattle feeder of Nelson county He fed the cattle of Distiller J B Dant of Gethsemane which were sold in the month of June at five cents per pound The number of cattle fed was 127 When the bunch of cattle was purchased the average weight was 1258 pounds and when sold was 1632 making an increase of 374 pounds in less than six months This is rather a remarkable increase in weight for the length of time and Mr Watson wants to know who can beat it Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be received at the office of County Judge Litsey between this date and July 21 for quarrying the stone and building the abutments for Sales ford bridge across Little Beech For any information see any of the undersigned- T SCOTT MAYES W S Y GOODLETT JOHN 0 POLIN Committee CARDWELL Prof W S Colvin opened school at this place last Monday with a good attendance Reuben rosterot Greenwood fMr has returned to old Kentucky to his future home He left Ken tucky forty years ago and has been back but twice in that time Mesdames M E and M A Perkins and Miss Effie Anderson of Battle spent Sunday at E T Perkins Mr Walter Hays and family spent Sunday at S H Gardners Mr and Mrs H C Moore spent Monday at W H Littorals The big revival closed at Battle Fri day with twentynine additions to the church Messrs R A Willham and E T Perkins were in Lawrenceburg Saturday on business Stock Sales E G Holliday and J A Kyler re ceived the following stock here Mon day From W L Graham one fatI cow weighing 1245 pounds at2f cents t J T Lay one heifer 800 pounds at cents Cal Leonard one heifer 3I pounds at 3J cents E T Perkins one cow 1000 pounds at 260 per hundred one steer 770 pounds at 3 cents cow and calf 25 Joe Sanders from Fred Sharp two cows and one calf 30 E T Perkins from John Taylor two steers at 17 per head one cow from Cook Casey at 2J cents a mare from James Sallee 70 and sold a horse to W L Graham for 65 J W Pinkston to Mr Watts of Harrods burg a threeyearold mare 125 H J Brown from John Reynolds a horse 45 H J Brown to B M Shewmaker eleven hogs at 5 cents E T Perkins from John Colvin one sow at 4 cents and six shoats at 5 cents sold same tow G Sims for 20 J E Pinkston from John Colvin six shoats at 4J cents and one sow and seven shoats for 16 R A Willham from J R Wood four shoats at 2 per head A petition to enforce the private banking concern of P J Potters Sons Company of Bowling Green into bank ruptcy was filed heie The firm recently assigned Fruit Jars extra rubbers and caps at John C Shaders i HOM STRETCHto finish Is the Story ofYesterdays Ball Game By a Grand Ratty In the Ninth Inning Springfield Snatches a Victory from the Jaws of Defeat Strike nerStrike two Strike three and Smith the first Greensbury man up in the momentous ninth is out Too late I yelled en thusiast to Colvin and the visiting con tingent shouted approval Biff I and Blakeman the next man up ispu Colvin to Tong Strike thje bat ters out and Sanders throws down his hat in disgust and Greensburg goes to the field for the last time confident that their lead of two runs can not be overcome BatteJ up orders the umpire and Colvin steps up to the plate Silence seizes the crowd silence as still as a Sabbath morn in a New England vil lage Strike onel and Windy mOans Strike two and Wm1t the Greensburg pitcher smiles The catcher signals the pitchergrips the ball winds his arm three times around his head for luckand unbends and starts the ball toward the plate A sharp quick sound is heard the Greensburg center fielder makes a dash toward town leaps in the air and misses the ball while Colvin rests on third Anti then pandemonhim reigned Crack and S Stratton the next man places a life saver in the right fieldd at the right time and Colvin crosses the platescore Springfield 2 Greensburg 3 On the first ball pitched Stratton pilfers the second stopping place for lucky batsmen Cox the next man up pokes one on the nose a mad scramble is seen at third and all hands are safeStratton on third Cox on second Nows the time boys yells Windy who never quits and Marks emphasizes his encouragement by dumping one at third Stratton starts for home but the third baseman shoots the ball to the plate to cut him off then a foot race up and down the line from third and home all the Greensburg players getting into the play A duck a dodge a slide an Scott ties the score Men yelled women yelled boys turned somersaults and Cox the photographer Says something to J W Lews Tong meets the ball squarely and the game is over Springfield 4 Greensburg 3 But the visitors played us to a stand still Nice clean ballplayersgentlemen every one of them are those Greens burg and Campbellsville boys Ward who pitches for them in the summer Harbortnng is the most puzzling our boys have had to go up against this season and ie need feel no discouragement at this his first defeat The feature of the game from the Greensburg standpoint was the battery work of Ward and Cox while Springfield can congratulate herself on StrattonV fcq battery work and the pathetSpind lachrymose discomfiture of the Grfea county exiles Lewis and Cox Ffifiowing is tN eat mary Inningst s12 I 4 5 6Z a 3Springfield andMedleyby Colvin L Hit by pitcherBy Ward 1 by Colvin1 out By Ward 12 by Colvin lL Bitz 0ft wartt 4 WardrhreebaseUmpire Robert Noet Attendance300 Bob Noe who umpired as usual did the almost impossible by satisfying both sides No better nor fairer umpire 4 can be foundJII 4 Game NexfTy t I A game of ball will played ttie ball park in Springfield Inext Tuesday July 18 between the Springfield club and the Louisville Coal Dealers Barrett said to be one of the finest ameteurs in Kentucky will pitch for Louisville HardtoHit Colvin will pitch for Springfield r The American Tobacco CJpmpanyhas purchased for 2000000 Weyman Brothers Tobacco CooT y at Pittsburg This was one t1j largest independent factories United States s 2THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULYS 12 1905 4 + 1i 1ttZ + 1 Springfield Roller Mills ia Pride of Washington a atiThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers a j 1 Lt + 11- z11x4 Springfield Roller Mills It ++ + Land Grafters Glasgow Times No more interesting exposition of the immensity of western land frauds has ever been written than that contained in the current number of Everybodys Magazine under the heading uThe West Coast Land Grafters The facts and figures there adduced both as to the immensity of the frauds perpetrated and the of the grafters are most aStoundingI Henry Miller owns 22717 h square miles or 14539200 acres What this means can be better understood when it is reflected that this tract of land fs three times larger than New Jersey as large as the combined areas of New Hamp shire Massachusetts Connecticut and Delewarean area more than ionehalf the size of the whole State of Kentucky Miller appears to have been the most successful of all those who used the machinery of the the law for landrob bing purposes But there is a long list of others who have estates besides which the principalities dukedoms and baronies of the Old World shrink into insignificaiicerJthn Benson has tied tip about five pillion acres mostly by means of fraudulent surveys and the homestead Jaw in manipulating which he has the aid of numerous corrupt officials at Washington He is said to have been indicted eightysix times but so far has escaped conviction through the aid of conscienceless lawers and sympathetic juries FrederickA Hyde has also manipulated the homestead law so as to secure the ownership of a large number of townships A specimen of his methods in homesteading is found in the use of a wagon located on the corner of four sections each quarter of which wagon represented the house or a UsettlerUwho for a price slept there and made the necessary oaths of set tlement and improvement to secure a patent for the land which was forth with made over to his employer A man named Jack has an estate which includes nearly half of M on ter e county California Jesse D Carr has so located his various great holdings as to inclose an immense area of land tiwii title to which yet rests in the United States And around the whole he has stretched a barbed wire fence more tha 100 miles long These are only a few among hundreds of similar instances To call the roll of those who by fraud iobtainedn California Oregon Nevada and Washington and other States would be to name a large proportion of the men who have made themselves prominent in affairs including unfortunately a great number of public officials United States senators representatives district attor neys and land office clerks Simila- haveschemes been worked in sots theDakotas and other states not referred to in the magazine article United States Senator Mitchell of Oregon isnQwon trial for complicity in these land frauds with every indication that he will be convicted The entire West appears to be permeated with this farreaching corruption EditorsRoast The Kansas City Journal tells a story that is plastered all over with a big moral According to the Journal a merchant asked the city editor tp roast the city adminstration for letting an itinerant peddler come in there and undersell him on goods This is what the editor wrote City dads you will hereby take notice that you are roasted for premitting peddlers to sell goods here The merchant for whom we do this favor has his job printing done in Chicago CHOLERA INFANTUM Child Not Expected to Live From One Hour to Another but Cured by Chamberlains NIDeweymer We gave her up and did not expect her to live from one hour to an other he says I happened to thin of Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of it trom the store In five hours I saw a change for the better We kept giving n it and before she had taken the welliiSrvdon druggist POLIN Left From Last Week Mrs Amanda Cammack is np better at this writing Mr Luther Kirsch and family Mr 0 N Cammack and family Brother Maxwell and Mr Ben Simpson dined with Mrs Bud Cammack Sunday Mesdames R T Bishop Luther Kirsch and John Arnold were guests of Mrs Mollie Williams Friday Mrs Kate Shehan of Maud spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs Payton Briggs BornTo the wife of Mr Thad Cheatham a daughter Several of our bas and girls attended church at Willisburg Sunday a number attended the party given by Mr John and Miss EmmaHa man Saturday night The guests were highly entertained and spent a most delightful evening Mrs W T Hardesty and her charm ing daughter Miss Bessie were guests of Mrs John Crow Monday Master Earl son of Mr T E Har desty of Springfield ns visiting his grandparents Mr and MrsWT Har desty Miss Bessie Hardesty was the guest of Misses Ada and Florence Cheatham Tuesday night Mr and Mrs Evan Crow were guests of Mr T J Trent Sunday Spoiled Her Beauty ThirtyFourthhad her beauty spoiled with skin trouble She writes I had Salt Rheum or Eczema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns Haydonsdrug t Glorious Times i TheYtp say Girl I Left Behind Me perhaps som thing to say about Two Little Girls i Blue Way Down Upon the Sewanee River etc Then theres going to be pinnic dancing floor and well dive nec deep into the hallelujahs of the gloriou- picnic time Its acomin perhaps ertainlAnd the utmost respect and unbuckle the band to your breeches And then too arre oueand the man who says this aint a slot ous country is a liar How fo 3Ink Strawberry Shortcake Pick over and wash four quarts of strawberries Cover them Inn dee dish with sugar and leave them to stand a hour or more Make a rkli shortcake biscuit dough trolling It In four layers with melted butter be tween This dough should be so so that It will roll out Bake It nicely Crush the berries slightly If not very ripe When the shortcake Is done put the top layer on a platter and butter It abundantly and cover It with berries and their Juice Continue with the other three buttering each layer well and covering It with berries and pile the biggest lot on the top of the whole Then put It In the warm oven a few minutes to ripen and serve as hot as possible Whipped cream can be served with It but Js In nowlHe needed olIow to Relieve Antlimn Get some compound tincture of be win at the druggists and keep it In readiness for attacks of asthma If any of the family are subject to them When needed pour one teaspoonful tincture In a bowl and set it In aJl pan of boiling water Pour on Ism of boiling water In the bowl an the face close over It while In haling the fumes Have some one pin a large newspaper over the head escadpet breath of steam and the laboring air passages will soon be quite comfort otteniSubscribe for The Sun 100 tear I W +it+ +it OneArm + 1 aBerry a i ti ifttjXlfo ifofo p Sam Berry commonly known as OneArm Berry was one of the famous of the notorious band of guer rillas who infested the northwestern part of Nelson county in 18635 He was a man of some education and fair address He was fearless but not bloodthirsty In the winter of 1865 heH had been wounded shot through right side and as his left arm was o just below the elbow this left him helpless One morning his comrades brought him to my mothers with his negro boyMajor and he remained all day and all night In the hous were three young ladies one of whom with myself sat all night in his room while he lay in a sort of stupor on a lounge the head and foot of which were decorated with hs pistols Major slept on the floor Near night next day came his comradesSue Muhday Henry Magruder and Jim Davis to take him away There was a slight snow on the ground The moon was shining through the thin clouds Jim Davis was talking and joking with the young ladies Henry Magruder weighted down with pistols walked rapidly up and down and arpund the yard swearing terribly and constantly that the Yankees would be on them in a few moments which seemed prob able from the barking of the dogs at a house just five hundred yards to the south I never heard such oaths iri my life as Magruder poured forth But Sue Munday quietly and gently walks- on the right side of his comrade and friend and assisted him down the path through the yard to the stile where his horse was held by Majorv I scared nearly out of my wits walhe- on his left and held on to his stump o an arm Of course we were glad to see them go but were alarmed at the barking of the dogs at the neighbors house Berry was assisted to the stile and on his horse and with the rein on the stump Of an arm and Sue Munday o his rightDavis and Magruder havin mounted in the meantimethey all rode off turning abruptly to the n6rth About this time the barking of the dogs to the south ceased Next morning our neighbor came over and told us that Quantrell with about twentyfive men just from Missouri all with Fed ov were at his house anrcoaron was wrong he had directed them across the fields to the house they were inquiring for instead of by our house which was on the usual route Thus we escaped a f erce conflict between daring men who ha never met but in a few days afterward were close friends and comrades Quite NatuaaL thea t monst faeur tunea of fictkproud mother is that Johnnie or Mary musicaan who will some day astound the people of every continent in the whole world teacherYof h toldeachher agrees that it is perfectly wonderful When daddy comes home to his inner he is cornered in the family roo n teachertsaid about the little mocking bird Very likely he will insist that it will best to wait a little while but thi5 is in vain So the little wonder is started in on Monday morning with his a b cs in goodmechanic everlastinglyliow to Look Toll atwoman To look her tallest at all times shJ should remember Home simple ge- ler rules High heels are a Tli cut and length of the skirt ere tit mot Important The best materials to lve height are either plain ones or ihose with a tiny stripe running longth witie Full slid baggy sleeves arc fatal to lie shqrt woman Ave sm ill hut u mistake giving an Ida of nslgnltlcance and a large one Is no better making the small wearer appear all lint Safety lies In the medium size trimmed In a quiet unostenta i waynn gre atofadvantageor disadvantage It la possible for even a little woman to bes upright and hold her head so prettll withoiawe hddltioad al The Clothenllne A galvanized wire clothesline Is better than rope as It can be left up Is always ready for use after you have given It a rub with a cloth and dont get ns black and dirty as a rope doe But dont put It up where it catc you under the chin when out In fillthe dark The Missouri Mule Chula Mo News A mule from Chula brought 450 on the St Louis market a few months ago This mule from Chula has as mamy ancestors as anybody but from now on as far as he is concerned there is a full stop the lid is on as Mr Folk would say nothing doing Of course everybody knows that Missouri leads the world on mules and Chula town leads Missouri thats why we talk A mule colt will bring from 75 to 90 on the street of Chula about 1 a pound They are seldom of fered for sale however as a mule was never known to get sick or old A mule always worth his fiveyearold price e can always do anything he could theffan matches his fiveyearold platonic thir tysecond twice removed accidental half grandnieceI nosee toes His fine straight egsan ribs of steel Hir muscles tense as when youfeel A monster warships iron keel bringsToHe drags the battle engines forth And proud to prove on worth He one of noble birth A faith portrayed in form and face- T divorce mountains from their base He dies at last a giant king bringAridSickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This especialbenefit1curative influence on the disease driv ing it entirely out of the It is much to be preferred to Quinine having aftereffectsiwritesII My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till savedg store price 50 cents guaranteed A Rich Oil Strike 800IexcitfhIgradeflow was controlled with the greatest difficulty Tobacco Warehouse Destroyed forsgo Wiggin of near Sardis was burned being set on fire by sparks from a passing traction engine About 1500l pounds of tobacco and many farmIng implements were consumed Former Harrodsburg Man Dead teldthe death at Joplin Mo of Dwightj Vanarsdall a former resident of Har rodsburg who had been In business at Joplin for several years The cause of his death was rheumatism aBank Tax Suits Dismissed Harrodsburg Ky July SThe two suits filed here by Revenue Agent Hat rison against the Mercer National and First National banks for five years back taxes on 200000 were dismissed by Mr Harrison who was here to make an investigation Walked 40 Miles To Wed Mayking Ky July SJohn Henry schoolrst ahmarried at Whltesburg After the ceremony they returned on foot to their homes FatalisJuly 8J B Kline a wid In tho abdomen by a horse He lived but a few minutes alter the accident A widow and one child survive him ndThomas H Gaines DeadraBowling Green Ky July SThom neaea o paralysis received three weeks ago Ho was 85 years of age He leaves two children SpringOlhe body or- Samuel n prosperous farmer of Johnson county was found near his home with the head sunken In a spring It is suspected that he committed sal clde ciPropped Dead in a Factory eNewport Ky July SHerman K shin 38 of Sixth and Overton streets dropped cad at the Wadsworth Watch Case factory Dr Schoolflold gave the cause of his death as Heart failure HangeduKoJuly SGeorge Holland colored was hanged here for murder and his neck was broken George S Elgood an English artist Is sid to be the greatest living painter gardens TragedyY of homes rtas Death claims in each one another victim of Consumption or Pneumonia But when Coughs and Colds are properly treated the tragedy is averted G Huntley of Oaklandon Ind writes threedoctorsCosumption strpngItdose relieves Guaranteed at 50 cents TrialhSubscribe for The Sun 100 year J 11 Cts SIHTWINE r dyou want a good buggyIbuggy at a low price call upon McClure Wells The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc tcompleteOld Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They haVe stood the test of time thev have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best fa the worjd If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Pagi and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arenninThis can not be said of makes of gasolines Most of them budgingeand Wickedness KyMcClure II SPARROW Left From Last Week The remains of Mr Cona ways little daughter who died near Maple Hill were brought to Prices Chapel for in ferment last Tuesday Funeral sere ices were conducted by Rev Hurley of Chaplin eA large crowd was in attendance All extend condolence to the be reaved parent- sMarriedAt the residence of Rev J F Johnson at Johnsonville on las Wednesday Mr George Shields an Miss Mollie Smithey Mr James Sanders and Hiss Nannie Sparrow were united in the holy bonds eveningIat Johnsonville Mr Rube Sparrow Miss Emma Wagoner were the attend ants The roller mills of J H Cheatham tCo at Lawrenceburg were by tire last Thursday night Born To the wife of Mr Levi Keel ing on last Friday a daughter The heavy rains of Saturday and Sunday have delayed farm work and fears are entertained that wheat may yet spoil in the shock There are lots of hogs cattle and sheep for sale but stock traders are scarce in this locality The oats crop in this community is extra good but prospects are unfavor Tfis a bright newsy paper and highly commended by all who read it Greatly in Demand Nothing is more in demand than a requirementssuch as Dr Kings New Life Pills The are just what you need to cure stomach JHaydonsC C Dromgoe tobacconist of Rich KnoxoTenn Going for Chamberlains Cliet Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy placbutg foColicfoSummerturn and has saved the lives of more useWhentakeYou a lUre to need this remedy sooneror neetnot buy it now aid be prepared for such Pr1ce25elargeelze00oFor Fish Fry Near Maud Kentucky Standard A fish fry was given last Tuesday near the Beech Fork river below Maud About five hundredrpeople were present and thoroughly a good time was enjoyed by alL Fishrland eatables of all kinds were fur hished in abundance One boy was killed and two others rendered unconscious by fumes from a sleepingI siXBREAD TICKETS- AT CONRAD HERTLEINS FOR r 25c L DriaQaaooa YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES i cof DrJone absolutelycures wonderful now hasten filelin his office 1426 testimenials coming from people who have pastyear the1I26sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Dru ggists DR J W THOMAS reHodgenville Ky ooooOooeooooooeaeooaaoQaaoooo t 1 i k txr t THE SPRINGFIELD SI N WEDNESDAY J JLY 12 1905 1 J iTHE DOUBLESTORE iGRUMDY CUYIROOKE lc HclHTIRE Proprietors + t i i AJU1yjClearance + ++ + i Sae J t In order to make room for heavy Fall purchases we have decided to inaugu 4 rate a Great Reduction Sale This will + tapply to every department of our store Come in and PRICE THE GOODS t t + In Our J Cloth= It It ing titI IDepartment prices have Ibeen i marked down regardless of a 1 the cost of the loads The Double Store is the + place to buy CLOTHING at ipri s to suit yourself A Good TraderI p1Kennedy 190 acres of land in this county for 900 acres of Tennessee land seems to have made good swap In the trade he put in his property at 15000 and the Tennessean put his in at the same figures Now Mr Kennedy has sold 300000 feet of oak timber onI a his Tennessee possessions to the Weber Wagon Company of Chicago at 30 thousand the total being 9000and has sold other parties 6000 worth o timber and has the land left and it is river bottom and Is as productive as any soil on earth He has 300 acre- in corn and cotton The deal was mad through W Ti Ewing Charles Brooking dropped dead at a ball game at MaysVille Ky FOR lHEVfTISIf CUTS SPRAIWS A BUNJUllvED MUSCLES LAME BACK STUFF JOINTS FROSTED fElT BURNS SCALDS ETC AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subduw Inflam mation and drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro motes a free circulation of the Blodd giving the Muscles natural elasticity r CURED OF PARALYSIS w S Bailey P O True Texas wrlteau1y wife had been suffering fire years with p rlysis ia her arm when I was persuaded to use BalUrdt Snow Liniment which a completecure I 1 have also used it for old sores frost bite and amr eruptions It does the work TEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USER REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO- STe LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY cJ HAYDON Spirngfield Ky H STATEMENT OF THE OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST TIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JULY 1905 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts 228544 01 00Banking 67Cash329926 56 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 OQInterest 20UndivldFund to pay taxes 1630 39 Bills Payable 10000 00 Due to Banks m 124 51 Individual Deposits 194963 31 329926 56 Gross Earni 6 mosiT 6682 72 Undividetlprofits brought forw rd m1i 2142 21 8824 93 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Paid dividend No 67 of 4 Percent 2000 00 Paid Expenses 2052 33 Added to Surplus 2 per cent 1000 00 Set aside to pa taxes 1630 39 Bal nf Undivided Profits 2142 21 882493 A C McELROY Cashi- erCommissioners SalJ Prior Hayes Etc Pltf EquityFannieBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the court house door in Springfield Ky on Monday July 24 1905 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbei- ng County Court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction up on a credit 612 and 18 months the fol lowing described property towit or a sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to made Beginning at a poplar in a lane cor ner to J F Reinhart thence S 85 34 cornertoIpoles to a stone at corner of stone fence polesthenceof a lane thence S 12 W 240 poles to the beginning containing 104 12 acres r For the purchase price the purchaser interIestinent Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACIIMAN M C W RealtyBargains i96 acres tine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land improvedaMercer county at 38 Harrodsburgfcounty good land near Railroad Station at 42171 acres nice farm Improvedat Bardstown Junction 4000 goodehemp and tobacco land Garrard county at 36 Exchange Store property Washington county village 2 houses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky SEE NalleyI9 BARBERIyou a shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building oososoososoooooooUndertakers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stocka lull line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness o flaoasati oa5eoeitIiIttie After a futile attemp at suicide Robert Mathley was hanged at sunrise in the jail yard at Ownesboro for the murder of Emma Watkins and James Gregson George Holland colored was hanged at Hopkinsville for complicity in the Pembroke murder Seeking Foster Ray Cincinnati Enquirer July 2 Detect ives from Louisville were in this city yesterday frying to locate Foster Ray of Lebanon Ky the son of Mrs Mary Ray one of the wealthiest residents of that section of the State and find out about his surroundings Word was received from Attorneys Batson and Cary of Louisville to the effect that some months ago Ray who is suing his wife for divorce in the Falls City courts made a trip to San Antonio with a Cincinnati girl They are trying to learn if the coUple were married while on this southern trip as Mrs Ray wanted the evidence to use in the di vorce case which she is fighting in Louisville Ray was found at 708 John street where he has aroom In the same house with her sister lives Nettie Krebs daughter of Mrs Cecil Krebs of 506 West Seventh street Miss Krebs went to San Antonio Texas with Ray but both claim they were not married then and have not been married since The story young Raywho is about twentysix years of agetells of his domestic affairs is somewhat harrow ing Several years ago he was married to a young lady high in the social circles of Lebanon Ky They lived happily until after their little boy died After that Ray claims that they had all kinds of trouble and he was continually threatened with incarceration in an asylum and being near a nervous collapse he says he turned over to her 15000 with the understanding that she quit all claim to him as her husband He was then placed for a time in the College Hill Sanitarium where he ulti mately recovered to the extent that he could be taken back home Then he says his wife made overtures and they became reconciled and after living with her fora time she induced him to turn over to her by deed of convey ance 125000 worth of property and then after removing with him to Louis ville kicked him out of her house His mother who is estimated to be worthabout 250000 got hold of him and caused him to live for a time in retirement On a visit to this city he met Miss Nettie Krebs whose mother keeps a boarding house at 506 West Seventh street and they fell in love She made the trip with him South where he was recuperating his lost health and he returned hereto live as near her as possible until he will have secured a divorce from his wife at which time he expects to make Krebs his wife 1IiSSI Ray has entered suit at have the deed by which he iconveyed to his wife the 125000 estate set aside That suit is still pending as is his suit for divorce at Louisville where his wife now resides Typhoid I everJ Mr Samuel Adams in an article in the current number of Colliers says The average American VeeklyI one hundred thousand i n h a wastes annually half a million on the luxury of having typhoid fever and perhaps a hundred thousand more Ion efforts at prevention all in spite of the easily preventable nature of the disease All typhoid is traceable to polluted water If for a year the world should stop drinking diluted sewage typhoid fever would vanish Nine tenths of all typhoid infection comes direct from bad water the other tenth would disappear if the principal causes were eliminated Nearly all large cities are constantly infected by water pol luted either by themselves or others Physicians and health authorities liq about the disease in order not to bring ill repute on their towns as Cornell did during its famous yiideinic with vari ous officers of that university interested in the Ithaca water works No woni der our spirit being what it 18 the mortality per one hundred thousand for typhoid in the Spanish war was 146- 3TheSparrowaAd T The Wheat Crop tMy lopeared College street friend and some wheat growers seem to have it in for the English sparrow but I think that this good old earth is furnishing an abundance for every living creature that has been placed on itBesides what difference will it make to us in a few short yfes very short years whether we let the birds have a few cherries and a little wheat I think that anything that can display the sagacity of these little bipeds is entitled to a livingno matter at whose ex penseas the following will show Some days ago I was driving down Lexington avenue near the railroad behind a wagon loadedwith corn Many of the grains fell into the street and the sparrows pounced on them and being too large for them to swallow they carried the corn to the trackand laid it on the rails I did not know what all this meant but pretty soon a freight train came along and crushed the grains and I never saw as much commotion among birds in all my life The wheels had ground the corn to the right size and the way those sparrows devoured it was a cautionTilford Huff in Harrodsburg Herald Subscribe for The Sun LOO year xrrv 4 u SHARRSVILLE Left From last WeekYCrops are looking well in this sectior Messrs James Sallee and W T Bowen were in Harrodsburg Monday on business Mr Floyd Simms and Miss Nonz Ware of Cardwell were the guests ol the Misses Cams Saturday night and Jrma Annie and Susie Graham attended the ice cream supper DupcanMrs Edgar Yancy visited her sister Mrs Chris Jenkins of Antioch Satur day Rev Garrard Reed preached to a large congregation at Bethel Sunday Mr L C Garnish will go to Ander son City in a few days where he will build a bridge Mr George Darnell has returned from Lexington Miss Lizzie Robinson visited her parents Mr and Mrs George Robinson in Anderson county Saturday night and Sunday Misses Candia and Mandia Royalty gave a musical party Saturday night A nice time is reported by all Mr John Cornish was the guest of Miss Ora Bowen Saturday night and Sunday Miss Rosa Adams of Fenwick will open her fall term of school at Bowen wetfcomethis week Mr J W Pinkston and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr Newton Ward Messrs Orrie Satterly and Edgar Goodlett were guests of Misses Lara and Mae Dennis Sunday Mr Harrison Baxter will open his fall term of school at Seaville Monday ind Mrs Grant Yates visited the family of Rev T G Dennis Sunday Misses Jennie and Dora Yates visited Miss Ora Bowen Sunday Mr and Mrs L H Sea are visiting friends in Boyle county Mr William Adams and daughter Miss Rose are visiting the family of Dr R F Adams Mr Jasper Dunn who has been sick for some time is reported better Success to The Sun t Buy It Now Now is the time to buy Chamberlains medyIquicklyBuyby C J Haydon druggest Ended His Life Covington Ky JulY7Henry Tap horn 68 a rolling mill employe who had been told that he was liable to die endediworryhimself to a little tree in the rear of his house on Edward street IKill d in An Explosion Ky July 7ln Madi son the boiler of the Richmond pop factory blew up Frank Dudley wno was standing by was instantly killed his body being horribly man gled Emil Lorisch owner narrowly escaped serious injury Shot While Resisting Arrest Russellville Ky July iFranlYoung was shot ta the leg by Policeman Taylor Waker while resisting arj rest It is claimed by the officer Young was drinking and that he assaulted a white lad cutting an ugly gash In his cheek Killed His BrotherinLaw Lancaster Ky July 7 James Baughman a colored farmer of Point Lea veil this county was shot hereby Shelby Rothwell a brother of Baugh mans wife Baughman was drinking and struck his wife severely when Rothwell tired The Shareholders Sued Franklin Ky July 6John J Ml liken assignee J A McGoodwin Bank Co has filed suits against share ling to recover 20000 which he al Iin the petition was dividends paid out of money which belonged to depositors Commutation of Sentence Asked Hopklnsvllle Ky July 7A petition requesting Gov Beckham to com mute George Hollands sentence of death to life imprisonment was sent to Frankfort It was signed by nearly all of the court officials and a number of citizens e Negroes Form a Combine Lexington Ky July 7 Negroes are reported to have entered a combine here and agreed not to work in the harvest fields for 150 a day the price offered by the farmers Wheat fs going to rust for lack of labor to har vest 1L Aged Woman Drops Deed Nichol isviUe Ky July 7Mrs Ma ry Hughes 77 dropped dead Pour children survive her S K Hughes the wellknown turfman Mrs Julia Nicho las Paris J D Hughes and Mrs Sam Smith Miss Owen Warwick Eng who Is 92 years old has been teaching Sun dayschool for 82 ye siTwo children were killed and their parents badly hurt the explosion ot- a coaloil lamp at Allegheny City iL PaS rroubles of The Telephone Girl The following from the Louisville Times is published in the News by rc q Jest Eeverybpdy using a telephone should observe the following rules If you have a telephone in your office or store call up Ucentraltr and then wait on a customer i yourbellyit at all but in about half an hour ring ap and askwho called you andget mad if central has forgotten who it was She has nothing else to remember Hang up the receiver big end up as in this way it gets full of dust Hit the transmitter with a lead pen cil as though you intended to knock it through the wall This invariably makes it talk better When through talking drop the receiver or throw it down This allows the batteries to run out and breaks the strands in the receiver cords Open the generator box with a knife or an ax and take a look at things If the interior does not look right pull out a few wires and leave the door open This improves the service wonderfully Throw a metal inkstand etc on top of the telephone which will short cir cuit your telephone then go to steep and no one can call you Never ring off when through talking as that will notify Ucentraltr you have finished Let her guess at it Never speak kindly to the operator as she is more used to being called namesOn Sunday and holidays use your telephone all you possibly can for your operator is only a piece of machinery and dont care for worldly pleasure Paste this on your telephone for future reference AN OPERATOR One Dollar Saved Represents SIO Earned The average man does not save to ex ceed 10 per cent of his earnings He must spend 9 in living expenses for every dollar saved That being the case he can not be too careful about unnecessary expenses often a few cents properly invested like buying seeds for his garden will save several dollars outlay later on It is the same in buying Chamberlains Colic Cholera rhoea Remedy It costs but a few cents a the of it in the house often saves a doctors bill of several Haydondruggist Marion Items iFalcon The effort ofi the creditors to force the Lyons Manufacturing Company of Lyons Station into bank ruptcy failed After hearing the evi dence Judge Evans of the Federal court decided that the firm was solvent and that Sylvester Rapier Cos mortgage for 2500 was legal and valid Falcon T D Underwood former wnoIago to escape prosecution in connection with liquor law violations in which EdyWells colored of Lebanon was impli cated has been arrested at Springtown- I T and is IN jail pending the arrival of a requisition from Kentucky Falcon Mr B S Phillips died at the State Asylum in Lexington Friday night and his remains were brought here where the funeral took place at the Methodist church Sunday afternoon at 4 oclock conducted by Rev J A Lewis after which the interment was in Ryder cemetery Mr Phillips was a former citizen of this county having been a school teacher He was about fifty years of age and had been married twice his first wife being Miss Della Clark of the Pleasant Run neighborhood He had been confined in the asylum since last January and when he lost mind = he was practicing law in Tennessee Wealthy Man Dies Kentucky Standard R D Taggart of near Wakefield died of stomach trouble after an illness of several years Mr Taggart was one of the best known men in the county and was quite wealthy He was a brother of the late John D Taggart of Louisville and James Taggart of Finchville MR Taggart was sixty years of age and leaves a widow ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy ywftlInvariably tack of diarrhea It has been used in nixe epidemics of dysentery with perfect 8UCC68 It can always be dtpOTtfe upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colio and cholera morbue It is equally sncceesfel for gnmrner diarrhea sad cholera infantnm in children and tc tha means of savingthe live of May children each year When reduced with water UM sweetened it is pleatto take Every muu of ft amity elegnld keep this remedy la all keme Buy it now It may ssra MH PRICK 25a LAROX flat Me For salt b7 C J HiTCoo 9fd i SI1 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1905 If SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday July 12 1905 it WEDNESDAYt SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKymails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year S100 Six 50 Three Months 25J 1nwriting to have your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper sgo mg as well as the postoffice to which you wishitsent DEMOCRATIC TICKETj LitseyCorCorsrr CLERK W F Booker TV D Claybrooke SHERIFF J S eECPERiyTEXDEST OF J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett assEssosT P OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCOROXER 31 Montgomery MANS PECULIARITIES topleaseHimself For often times he sees a hearse Apassing byor something worse owingSees flightButdoesnt Its mighty hard so it appears For man to blieve onehalf he hears Hears some devlish fellows tried To make somebody blieve hes lied He hears he is a perfect sot He hears he is an idiotV ngButdoes Fourth of July accidents in the United States Fiftyfour deaths 3157 wounded and the loss by fire amounted to 25 1317 Patri otism comes a little high but weve got to have her or bust What do a few lives amount to in coinparison with the fun we have an throwing giant crackers at the stars and stripes f r The Louisville Herald says Senator John H Mjtchells fall dates from the darksome hour when he de serted wife and babes ina Pennsyl- VanIa home Every success he has since achieved has served to bring out misdeeds into more forbidding relief Now he is convicted of being a thief thingtoFor twentytwo years Senator Mitchell5 represented Oregon in the United States Senate A man who cruelly deserts his wife and children may be successful for a period but if God Almighty per mits his mean heart to beat for many Tears after he begins his game ot hellishness it will someday cease its beating in the hos pitalofa penitentiary Its not the hum of the little honey bee That fills the hive with honey And thats a thing thats easy to see Remember it my sonny And its not the buzzVIts what the beeduzz That makes her hiye wuth money The Harrodsburg Herald says the Republican candidates for nomination before the primary elec ion t be held in Clay county September 5 have adopted the following emblems One has secured a frog one a mule another a horse with harness on still good man thinks a picture of a good fat hog will help his case another eicturehas a picture of a yoke of oxen on his cards and another that of himself on a horse one has a horse shoe meaning he is going to have good luck On the paper of another is the candidates own likeness and his neighbor who wants the same office instead of putting up his own picture uses that of a hearty jackThese are all right with the ex ception of the last two devices Here there is a probability of the voter becoming confused There ought to be some sort of a distinguishing mark We would sug gest that a knot be tied in the jacks tail Editor J S Wilson andwife and Mr Wallace Brown have bought hf r J C Alcocks stock in the Standard Publishing Com pany Mr Alcock will engage in i the newspaper business in an other town A race war right in the heart of New York city indicates pretty strongly that the Yankee doesnt love the coon with that earnest ness and devotion that Uncle Toms Cabin would have you believe Henry E Youtsey confessed assassin of Governor Goebelnow serving a life sentence in the Frankfort penitentiary was tried by the same court before which Judge Cochran of the United States Circuit Court has just declared that Caleb Powers was unable to secure a fair trial A woman named Legg is son tencedtto hang in West Virginia Thjs would be a sort of leg pull ing and hanging combined We sincerely hope the Governor will commute the sentence A scientist says that an orange and not an apple was the for bidderl ruit We refuseo be lieve any such stuff because every indication points to the fact that the Garden of Eden was lo cated in Kentuckyland dont grow oranges W S Taylor expresses himself as being satisfied that Pow ors will now be given a fair trial But he does not think the chances of his Securing one sufficiently good to guarantee to him life liberty and the pursuit of happi ness on this side of the Ohio riverThe man who makes excuses very seldom makes anything else Theyre having politics in Louisville snow about rightthe sort that convinces a fellow tha- tlitshll Dont sit around and wish that you were rich go to pulling weeds outof the garden With the United States Court standing between Taylor and unfair trial will the Governor of Indiana honor that requisition Lots of people put their repu haventgotsociety can see they are not walking straight IPoor Youtsey Hes the only the assassins that got a fair trial Kentucky has been hanging some of her murderers during the past few weeks Good for Ken tucky 31ftis a horrible thing to hang a poor devil by the neck until he is dead dead dead There is not much humanity in such a procedure but theres a world of justice Cease the dangling of the hangmans noose before the murderers eyes and he will spill blood just for the fun of seeing it trickle Hangings are terribly necessary Go right on Kentucky go right on Elihu Root the newlyappoint ed Secretary of State gives up a law practice which amounts to 1000 per day Thats an enor mous sum for one man to earn every day by the sweat of his brow Mr Root was a corpora n lawyerin other words he was a trust lawyer The trusts that is those trusts in which he was interested as an attorney did just what he told em to do and they felt that hid advice was worth one thousand dollars a day Now that he has gone into the Presidents Cabinet what will the poor trusts do Answer and go up head W S Taylor who is playing hookey in the State of Indiana rises to remark that Inow feel sure Powers will be given a fair and impartial trial The Gov ernbr of Indiana has contended all long that as soon as it was proVen to him that Taylor and Finley would be given fair trials in Kentucky he would honor the requisitions of Gov Beckham Now that Taylor himself practi cally admits that he would be given a fair trial will the Governor of Indiana deliv him up rDONT WATIYou may be too late to get some of the great bargains we are offering in Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Hats etc Remember you cant buy at these prices after f Augustl t Y- IVI I11 FOR 20DAYS IY on a from each department Read lists yourself I Handsome Line Wash Goods 71CIThis is a splendid cloth for suits or sep arate skirts looks like linen it Beautiful Cotton Voiles 3oc value Sale Price per yd 12 cTable Linens Napkins Towels E Dress and Waist Linens at spec ial low prices for this sale Bargains In Carpets Mattings Rugs and wall paper LACES AND EMBROIDERIES AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER HEARD OF DONT FAIL TO ASK TO Sfjfe THESE GOODS AND NOW THE INCOME TAX The Commoner In the invitation for proposals for bids for the construction of railroads in the Philippines which invitation was made public by Secretary of Var Taft June 11 it is provided that in place of all taxes the rail ways must pay annually for thirty years to the Philippine government onehalt of one percent of their gross earnings for fifty years alter the expiration of the thirty years period the annual amount to be paid in place of taxes shall be one and percent upon the gross earnings that time the amount to be paid shall be fixedby the Philip pine government Do our eyes deceive us or is this really a formalendorsement by the republican administration of the principles ofV the income tax The republican adminstration has given its endorsement to the democratic plan of giving the interstate commission to fix railroad rates It has given its endorsement to the demo s We expect to invoice our stock August and prior to that date we will offer the greatest bargains ever seen We reduce our can buy youtmarket for the next 30 days Be wjse and take advantage of this unusual opportunity REMEMBER THIS CUT PRICE APPLIES TO EACH AND EVERY DEPARTMENT OF OUR STORE name prices few items see for I I onehalf After power must DOMESTICDEPARTMENT Best brands Calico 4c Cheaper Calico 3c Hoosier Cotton 5c- Trion yd wide cotton 6c ydTALL VANING6UY NOW Table oil cloth per yd 1Sc The Deepest Cut bargainsI We SHIRTS We are going to sell the wellknown FOUNTAIN SHIRT for 98c This is one of the best fine shirts for men that is possible to buy Comes in ail the new shades and iwhite Negligee and dress style We have it also in the new coat style which is a great trick withWweather All at reduced prices In dia Linens Persian Lawns French Lawns Swisses Mulls Organdies etc etc See our spec cial India Linen 10c FostMensduced Prices during this sale cratic demand that the criminal clause of the Sherman antitrust law be enforced It has given its endorsement to the demo cratic plan of requirilg federal license before a corporation may do business outside of the state of its origin It has given an emphatic denial to the republi can claim that protection is a highly patriotic and moral rule it has given an emphatic endorsement df the democratic claim that protection is a robbery of the many to enrich the few it has admitted that the tariff shouldnot be employed by the American manufacturer as a means for imposing extortionate price upon the American con sumer And now in the Philip pine islands the republican ad ministration has given endorsement to the principle ot the in come taxV To a great many people the question will occur If the principle of the income tax is good as applied to the Philippines why is it not good as applied to our own land And if it isI proper for the government to to the markets where it can buy cheapest its supplies for the Panama canal in order to escape extortionate prices with what reason will the individualcon sumer who supports the government be denied the benefit of that same common sense remedy Those merchants who set up- shop and expect to do business without the use of printers ink are very scarce articles Occasionally though one ofthis na ture is found but he doesnt stay found very long he soon gets lost in the shuffle soon becomes num bered with the nomores Verily verily he soon becomethas a last years bird nest Advertising will make a little merchant grow big It is the foodwhich fattens his business If Youtsey hadnt confessed its very likely he wouldnt have got that fair trial President Roosevelt recently walked thirteen miles with the thermometer 99 in the shade aco FOR DAYSI v Dress Goods Iand Silks 15wideC32 in plaid dress goods re C duced from 30c to 15 Bcreg6Oc38 mi check Mohairs values Sale Price 6Oc4 5I38 w all wool blk voile 50c values Sale Price 350 in all wool blk serge 125 value Sale Price BSC A IS19 in check silk 50c values C Sale Price 3 j Many other attractionsin department thisI ILFirstclass 4BcWe will also offer for the low price of 48e a mans fine shirt fit 11 IS to any dollar shirt A regular 65cvalueI IIROBERTSON BROTHERS SRPINGFIELD KY jt j r j i another indication that the Presi dent is a warm number JENKINSVILLE Our roller mill is flourishing at pres ent Heavy rains and wind did considerable damage to crops here last week Mrs JT Lester has been to see her sister near Cornishville who is quite ill of JQuite tended the meeting at Battle lastweeK Mrs John Watts visited relatives in Danville last week Perryvilleisthis week WJT Phillips and wife of East Texas spent Saturday night and Sun day with their parents here HarrodsburglastMiss Maggie Rose is visiting relatives at Parksville spentSaturdayfriends here spentIastweek fromLouisvillefriends visiting Miss Emma htandSunday t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1905 5 4 II9 AT PRICE HA+ TS 11 At Mrs Williams pllinery store until the stock now on hand is exihausted IThe Ithez jI d tLocal News Notes If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office J L Hagan Bros will continue to dispose of the Illuminated Gold Pattern Dishes at the prices quoted LOGS FOR SALE I have 40 or 50 saw logs for sale Beech and poplar Call on M B Hardin Springfield Rt 1 Freshlycaught fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening 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 Hagan Bros invite you to come an see the prettiest line of Chinaware and cut glass ever shown in Springfield Just received Born to Mr and Mrs T A Medley of Owensboro on July 4 a girl The little one was christened Anna Isabelle in honor of its grandmother Mrs Med ley of this place If you want good nice dishes cheap go to Hagan Bros FOUR JACK COLTS During the past twelvemonths Mr J W Funk has had foaled on his farm in this county four 7very fine jack colts the last having been foaled last Teusday The colts are said to be good ones and will sell at good round prices Mr Funk is in luck as breeders usually are satisfied with one good jack colt a year Go to Carpenters for lambchops For a fine drink try our special mix for ICED TEA Hagan Bros Fruit jars extra tops and rubbers at Hagan Bros Buy your meat at Carpenters meat market SCHOOL CENSUS The schoolcensUS of Washington county for year begin ning July 1 shows a total of 4640 chil dren between the ages of six and twen ty There are 1981 white males and 1814 white females a majority of 173 foethemales and 416 females a majority of seven in favor of the males there will be an examination for ap pointments to the State College at Lex ington held on Saturday July 21 These appointments carry with them a saTing of about 40 to the student be sides other privileges not accord d pay students The examination will Be held at the same time as the teaibers ex a ination rm Young who has a crop of to bjggajon J S McElroys place lost aBout two acres of it by Sundays heavy rain It was washed up and carried off by a swollen stream Booth C brico also lost about a half acre by t Jiigh water It is said the farmers along Cart right creek lost heavily by last Sun dayVs excessive rainfall Besides the loss of much wheat which was carried off in the shock considerable fencing was washed away A LANDMARKThe old livery stable building on Wall street is being torn down to give Place for a brick building which is to be erected by Messrs Bob litt Tobin This is one of the oldest landmarks in town having been used as a livery stable for the past sixty years There will be preaching at the Bap tist church next Sunday morning The Baptist minister willrreach at the Presbyterian nex night at the regular union services A protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church here August 7 Rev J A Taylor of the Parkland Baptist church will conduct the services Mr Taylor is an excellent speaker and the meeting promises to be an interesting one Rev Miles Saunders informsThe Sun that he has changed his postoffice ad dress from Buckhorn to Shepherdsville He says that he is now totally blind from cataracts but will be operated on in September when he hopes for relief BaileyIMarshal Grace here a few weeks ago came up in the Police court on last Fri day but owing to the fact that John Bailey who was wounded in the arm during the fight is not yet able t leave his room the trial was postponed to July 22 ICROPS DAMAGED The hard rains on last Sunday and during the latter part of last week did much damage to all r f Wi l=g T The Red Cross DrugStore iQuality InDrugs Everybody wants quality when it comes to Drugs and they always get it when they come here No druggist can be more careful in the purchase and 6 equalirLWe should like to have you remember this when next you need anything in the drug line j Ours Is A Prescription PharmacyJ No matter where or by whom your prescription is written we can compound it We make a specialty of proscription work We have an unusually We Inewgraduate pharmacists of ample experience Your tion is apt to have the best attention at a pharmacy prescripIwhere this department is given special attention reasonable Stock Rtquisitts We make a specialty of preparations for stock Giving particular attention to this line of goods wehave accumu lated a valuable fund of information as to the special merits and properties of various stock foods powders and special remedies We can provide just what is wanted in any per ticular instance at the lowest possible price Smock HaydonProP- riotors t 111 III V JiIKiIf 91 ft i rinds of crops in every section of the county Corn and oats were blown sown and wheat in the shock was greatly damaged The Harrodsburg Horald says Messrs Steve Terhune and J T In gram have bought Mr J J Jenkins 225acre farm near VanArsdall for 10000 Mr Terhune sold Mr Jenkins his eighty acres near com shvme forI 3000 The deal was made through the real state agency of W TEwingI Mr Howard Goatley son of Mr Palmer Goatley of Valley Hill and whoI has been employed by the Fetter Printing Company of hasLouisville accepted a position in the hardware andIgrocery store of J B Robertson here Mr Robertson recently bought Mr Searcys interest in the business andI will conduct it at the old stand PHOTOGRAPHS SAll who want Photo graphs made should come at once Irawill be at my gallery in Springfield every day until September 1 when I will again go toGreensburg for a while Picture frames and glasses at great bargains E A Cox BURSTED PIPEApipe leading from Main street through the cellar under Conrad Hertleins confectionery and restaurant bursted last Sunday during the severe rainstorm and flooded the cellar Mr Hertlein had stored in the cellar 3000 pounds of flour and otherI provision and much damage resulted to all of this LARGE trEETHMr J E Carter of near New Market in Marion countyI recently round two very large teeth Which ark baffling teethologists of that section The teeth are about three and onehalf inches long and are about the size ofa small corncob They were foundnear the spot where Mr Sylvester Malone some time ago found the huge skeleton oran unknown animal The bank statement made by the Peoples Deposit Bank in this paper shows this institution to have earned 6I per cent net in the past six months paid to its stockholders a dividend of 4 per cent and added 2 percent to its rningsSurplusceed 20000 This gives to the depos itors ample safety and should be very satisfactory to the stockholders OOO OOOOooeooo-n I Personal Notes 0 I S Visitors In and Out of TownA Round Up of the Weeks 01 0 Personal News 0aoaooaoaooaaa Mrs Katie Neal is isiting relatives here IIIr C W Hagan vas in Lebanon =Mr J S Yankey was in Louisville Sunday Mr G E Medley iat home for a few days Mrs JH McClure visitedat High Grove last Week Mrs Wl C McChord spent last Friday in Lebanon Dr George Shaunty of Louisville spent Sunday here Mr Alex Blanford of Louisville spent Sunday here Mrs I H Thurman visited in Greensburg last week Mrs B D Lake who is ill of ty phoid fever is improving i Mrs George Robertson entertained at euchre last Saturday Mrs R F Sutton is visiting her parents at Newport Ky Miss Manor e Wall of Louisville inhere visiting relatives Mr R H delen of Bardstown was here one day last week ElroyIspent Sunday at Tatham Springs Mr Barber Baldwin of Bardstown was here severalays last week Miss Hannon of Louisville ia thc guest of Miss Mat ie Robertson Mr and Mrs S E Clements and children spent Sun ay in Lebanon Mr A C McElroy who has been quite ill for several days is improving Miss Agnes Stoker of Bardstown is here the guest of Miss Myrtle Price Mr Clarenc Silliman was in Louis ville Friday and Saturday on business Commonwealths Attorney Durham of Greensburg was in town yes terday spentrand thist Mrs Joe Pettus entertained her guests last Friday evening in a charming manner daughterkWednesday Rev P F Hennesy spent several days with Father Pieters at Frederic i town this week f a II DISHES BargaIns t N vLL J DISHESA Neat Clean and Beautiful Pattern in Illuminated Gold of Seven Sprigs ouJ V priceP 69IDe per C Q Dinner Plates regular price 75c 69set now c Oyster Bowls regular price 75e 9set now c Salad Bowls regular price 20c 14cIeach now Vegetable Dish regular price 25c 17each now C Vegetable Dish regular price 30c 23ceach now are to see I 1 Mrs G C Wharton and daughter Mary Steele visited friend in Lebanon one day last week Miss Alethaire Medley as returned from Louisville where sh has been visiting friends Mrs J R s quite ill at the home of her father Mr A L Litsey near town Mrs Pius Wlielan of 3ardstown is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben F Simms here Mrs S M Karrick ai d children have returned to Bloomfie dafter a visit to friends here =Miss Mattie Roney of Ky will arrive Friday to be the guest of Miss Sarah Simms I Judge Thurman has finished court at and will be a now for about two months Mr and Mrs Boblitt of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs A L Litscy near Pleasant GroveI Mrs S J Smock and children spent a few days last week with Mr Coley Smock at St Marys Mrs Foster Pottinger of Louis vilie is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs D L Houston at Maud Mr Willie Thompson is ill of typhoid fever at the home of his father at Pleasant Grove Mrs Lake who has been here at the bedside of her daughter Mrs B D Lake has returned home Miss Lottie Wilson of Atlanta Ga who has been the guest of Miss Fanriie Wall has returned home Messrs Richard Smith and Hugh wearengen of Bardstown attended the baseball game here Tuesday iMisses Ida and Annie who have been visiting relatives at have returned home Several of the Knights Templar of this place attended the funeral of Mr John Severance at Lebanon Sunday Dr J H Lamptoh is rapidly im proving and will be recov ered to resume his practice in a few days Mrs J B Latimer of Nevada Mo and Mrs Alice Thompson of Louisville are the guests of Mrs F R Hodapp Mrs Louise Hodapp of Louisville will arive the latter part of this week to visit the family of her son Mr F R Hodapp Misses Minnie and Serena Blanford turned home =Miss Marcia Leachman who is ill of typhoid fever at the home of her sister Mrs Archie Hays in Louisville is no Emma Curry visited the family of Mr E S Mayes Jr Sunday Dr and Mrs Ireland and Miss Wells who are touring the State in an t the home of Mr Miss Laura VanNatta and Mr Owen Smith who have been visiting at the home of Mr M H Jones returned Dishes regular price = now m Baking Dishes regular price 25c each now C 23cISmall i each These worth while 1 HAGAN BROTHERS S3HSIQ Claybrooke StlIarysI Greensburg Claybrooke Campbellsville sufficiently theiriaunt betterI andk at IMeat 25c7c cI17 nowCBargains your to their home in Shelby county yesterday a A letter received from Mr Evan Rogers states that they arrived safely at Camp Point Ill Mr and Mrs Rogers will spend the summer in the west Misses Cambron Hite Russelland Wathen who have been visiting at the home of Mr Robert Clements returned to their homes in Union county Monday Mrs T J Nalley of Bardstown who was called here last week by the Femck11Ir Lieut Litsey who has been at Henderson for several days drilling the militia at that place returned home Saturday evening He went to Lawrenceburg Tuesday County Attorney T Scott Mayes and Attorney Fred Grigsby left this morning for Crab Orchard where they will attend a weeks meeting of the State County Attorney Association MrM J Yowell of Anderson county is here with a view of buying a farm Miss Catherine Cain entertained at eucher this afternoon The outof town guests were Misses Agnes Stoker Bardstown May Tighe Hannon Louisville and Mrs Durrett of Bloomfield Mr and Mrs J F Pettus entertained in honor of their cousin Miss Sallie Adams on last Friday evening About twelve couples were present and a most delightful time was spent Miss l Katie Hertlein assisted in entertaining 4 Refreshments were served in the dining room which was decorated with ferns sweet peas and myrtle Mr J G Mansfield of Spartans burg S C is here for a few days to attend to some business matters Mr Mansfield says he and his family are- well pleased with their new home an3 that he is much improved in health His Son Joe is engaged in the whole gladIThe prices on the Special Dish Sale will be continued at Hagan Bros through this month j The official announcement is made that Elihu Root has been appointed Secretary of State School Books l AT Haydons Drug Store 6 Below you will find the cost and exchange price of the books of the State adoption t Retail j Exchange Price Price The Modern Pronouncing Speller O12 00McGuffeys Electic Primer 10 05 McGuffeys New First Readert 12t06McGuffeys New Second Reader U 20 10 McGuffeys New Third Reader i 27 IS McGuffeys New Fourth Reader a 35 IT McGuffeys New Fifth Reader 5t2Rays Modern Primary Arithmetic 13 06 Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetica 20 10 Rays Modern Elementary Arithmetic 25 s2Rays Modern Practical Arithmetic 40 20 Natural Primary Geography 40 20 Natural Complete Geographya 80 40 Longs New Language Exercises Part 1 12 06 Longs New Language Exercises Part II 17 08 Longs New Language Exercises Part IH 25 12 Harveys Language Lessons 25 12 Harveys New English Grammar for Schools 40 20 Maxwell Smiths Writing in English 65t2New Century Elementary 55 27 New Century Intermediate Physiology i 30 15 Electric Primary History of U S40 20 Electric History of U St0 35 Kinkeads History of Kentucky65 32 Petermans Civil GovernmentX45 22 Rational Writing Books 54c per doz or 5c e- achCASHN 1 Do not ask credit for school books yew BOOKSwillWILL BE CHARGED 1c J HaydotliIlIIIt i r t r saw r1F f IE i I ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 12 1905 j i BLOWN TO PIECES IEirht Men Killed and Two In jured by a Premature Explosion at New Cumberland BODIES WERE TERRIBLY MANGLED Particles of Flesh and Bone Were Scattered For a Distance of 20 Yards From the Scene The Explosion Shook the Country ror Miles Around and Broke Man Windows in HarrIsburg and Towns Across the River Harrisburg Pa July 10Elght n en were blown to pieces and two bth rs were injured by the premature ex 10 tion of a big blast of rock powder on the Pennsylvania railroad improve anentnear New Cumberland The iC rcident occurred directly across the VF Susquehanna river from the scene ol the Pennsylvania railroad wreck in May 11 in which 23 persons were k li ed and many others Injured All i ic victims of the last disaster were e n loyes of P S Kerbaugh and Co n corporated contractors who are bui d lag the double tracks for the Pennsyl vania Railroad Co to connnect with the Enola yards The bodies of the men were terribly mangled and panic- les of flesh and bone were scattered for a distance of 200 yards from the scene of the explosion Not a trace df two colored men who were killed cant be found and it is sup posed their bodies were blown into the river which is being dragged The cOroners jury rendered a ver diet of premature explosion from an unknown cause and no blame attached to the contractors All the killed were laborers aside from Wiseman whose body was terri What could be found ot hidyedof Ills head was found on a hill 200 yards from the blast Cause of the Disaster A big shot was being prepared This consists of a series of blasts the boles having been drilled In a row and the charges being set off simultan eously by an electric spark Five of the holes had been filled with powder and the men were at work on the ixth when the explosion occurred It is supposed that a small stone had gotten Into the hole and that the iron bar with which the men wgrajLamping down the charge caused asQark by T y scraping on the stone and that this Jgnited the powder John Shetter the fireman of the dinky engine 150 feet away was thrown to the ground by the force of the explosion and slightly injured G XL Miller was sitting at the door of the chack where the men bqnk 200 feet from the 1 was blown 25 feet and badljtilsed- o dIi7T ta if t S Italianeca5d because a fellow workman had playfully snatched his hat and ran with it The owner ran after the man and had jtfst got out of jange of the explosion when itoc curretl An Italian water boy 12 years old who was on his way to the men with a bucket of water was hurled 50 feet and every stitch of clothing was torn from his body Pieces of flesh and bone wer found fastened in the t telegraph wires over the railroad tracks The fragments of the bodies were placed In rough caskets after the coroners Inquest and will be burled The explosion shook the country for miles around and broke many windows In Harrlsburg and towns across the river Twelve hundred and fifty pounds of rock powder had been un loaded just before the explosion but It was not disturbed f t STRUCK BY A TROLLEY CAR Nine People Injured One of Them Fa tally in Detroit Detroit Mich July 10Nlne peopl were injured one of them fatally at 4the corner of Fort and Hastings street when a Trumbull avenue car crashed into a wagonload of people returning from a drive about Belle Isle Park Joseph Schwartz of Toledo who was fatally injured in the collision was driving and did not hear the car approaching The wagon was squarely on the track when the car struck ft and was demolished The occupants were hurled In every direction Two Killed in a Storm Navasota Tex July 10A wind vtorm or tornado struck this place do lug thousands Of dollars damage to resident property and wrecking farm fences and buildings in a wide swath to the westward for many miles Two negroes were killed on the Mullin farm Killed By An Assassin Pikeviile Tenn July 10W L Tol lett proprietor of a hotel here and brother of State Senator E G Thllett of Crossville was waylaid and shot to 4 death while coming from his farm No cause is known for the crime Two Drowned While Swimming Memphis Mich July 10 Orville 31assford 21 and his brother Led Glassford 16 were drowned in the Belle river while swimming Leed got beyond his depth and Orville went to his assistance Two Brothers Drowned Kenosha Wis 1 July IfTwo broth ers Lee and Frank Wend both adults were drowned in the mouth of boreTh bodies have been recovered DEATH OF CAPT CLAYTON He Was at the Head of the Original Kentucky Lottery Covington Ky July 10John Clayton 76 a pioneer of this city with a unique business history died at his home 71 East Tenth street after several weeks illness Capt Clayton was the recognized head of the original Kentucky Lottery Co wh ch operated under the laws passed by the state leg islature to provide school funds for certain counties in the state of which Kenton county was not one For years the lottery flourished and the office at the northeast corner of Fourth and Scott streets was the Mecca of the lottery men of Cincinnati Covington and all the Ohio valley until the fed eral authorities in 1889 stepped and declared the game illegal HIGH BRED STALLINOS Five Have Been Purchased For the Japanese Government Lexington Ky July 10B Hiesava and T Hayashi representatives of the Japanese government have closed the purchase of five highly bred stallions to be sent to the royal stud Three are thoroughbreds and the others reg istered trotters The consideration in each case is private The thoroughbreds bought at J B Haggihs Elmen dorff are Renald Six by Salvator dam Scotch Fir Teddy Mac 5 by Candle mas dam TOngese IV G Roeber 4 by Orsini dam Emigre Bought of W L Spears the trotters are Sanchez 7 by Worthier dam Maximo Plutocrat 3 by Jay McGregor dam Millionaire A PISTOL DUEL Green Murrell Killed and Harve Rico Seriously Wounded London Ky July 10A telephone message tells of the killing of Green Murrell a desperate rowdy by Harve Rice at the latters store on Indian creek in Owsley county A pistol duel occurred in which each fired several shots Murrell fired first wounding Rice seriously the ball taking effect over the right eye Rice then shot Murrell dead Rice is very prominent being the republican nominee for sher iff of Owsley county With a Bullet in His Leg Louisville Ky July 10PapD- unn 70 night watchman for the Lou- Isville Elevator Co was found uncon scious with a bullet wound in his leg He had accidentally shot himself at 7 oclock the night before Instead of summoning aid or going home he made his rounds the remainder of the nIght without missing a single hour on the watchmans clock record Wrote His Name in Blood Owensboro Ky July 10When the tell which was occupied by Robert S Mathley the dual murderer up to the time of his execution Friday was in spected by the jail authorities It was fouad that he had written his name in letters of blood on the walls of the cell IT Shooting Was Accidental Jackson Ky July 10Luther Day 21 son of William Day of this coun ty was accidentally shot While returning home from a picnic with a companion a revolver in the hands of his friend was discharged and a bullet struck young Day in the left side In a Serious Condition Newport Ky July 10Mrs Edward Berry who with her sisterinlaw Mrs Col R W Nelson were the victims of a collision between their carriage and an electric car at Fifth and Race streets is in a serious condition at her home as a result of the accident Five Injured fna Wreck Lexington Ky July lOA passen ger train on the L N railroad from Louisville ran into an open switch in the local yards and five people were injured It1s believed by officials of the road that the switch was thrown by some one to wreck the trainI She Gets Her Share Louisville Ky July 10Forty years after Samuel Martin was supposed to have died fighting for his country his firsthand only real wife has secured judgment for her onethird Interest in his 11000 estate which is valued at about Shot His BrotherlnLaw1 Leitchfleld Ky Jul10Robertj Day a saloonkeeper at Hudsonville shot and mortally wounded his brother inlaw Lee H Hudson It is said that Day callcdhim to his door mind fired upon hini with a gun loaded with buck shot Two Good Wells Struck Sergent Ky July 10The new Do main Oil and Gas Co a Cincinnati cor poration struck three good flows in the Beaver oil field Hall well No 42 came in with a GObarrel flow Hall well No 43 was a close second Killed in Feud Battle Mayking Ky July toIn a Scott county feud battle Walter Nickels 40 of Ft Blackton shot and instantly kill ed Robert Green 37 the first killing in 15 years although the feud baa never been dropped Dogs Bite Was Fatal Chicago July lOJoseph KIser of Russell Ky died at the Presbyterian hospital after terrible suffering About two weeks ago the man was bitten on the hand bya dog Caleb Powers the notel political prisoner will be brought from George town to the jail in Newport Ky Only 2400 skins hive been taken by British Columbian sealing vessels duv Jng the season just ended MUTINEERS YIELD The Crew of the Kniaz Potemkine Surendered to the Rouma nian Government TREATED AS FOREIGN DESERTERS Adm Kriisrer of the Black Sea Fleet Boarded and Took Possession rthe Ship Russian Torpedo Boat Which Accompanied the Knlaz Potemkine Left the Roumanian Port For Odes sa Without Surrendering Kustenji Ioumafiia July 10Thef- lag of St Andrew once again floats over the battleship Kniaz Potemkint which had pr terrors to the Black Sea conimunities for a couple ol eks The formal surrender of time mutin oifc crew occurred Saturday afternoon after a series of discussions and nego tiations between the Roumanian au thorities and leaders of the mutineers The Roumanian officers who boarded the battleship oh her arrival here call ed upon the crew to surrender in which case they would be treated as foreign deserters or else to leave the port forthwith Adm Kruger Sunday afternoon boarded and took possession of the Russian battleship Kniaz Potemkine King Charles of Roumania having sent Instructions to the commander of the Roumanian squadron that the vessel be delivered to the Russian auth rl ties without raising difficulties The torpedo boat which accompan led the Kniaz Potemkine however left for Odessa without surrendering de claring that she had not mutinied but that the Kniaz Potemklne had forced her to follow The Rebel Ship Transferred Adm Kruger arrived with his squad ron after exchanging the customary salute and intimated that he had come to arrange for the transfer of the Kni az Potemkine Adm Koslinski com mander of the Roumanian squadron boarded the Russian battleship Tches me and informed Adm Kruger that King Charles had ordered him to turn the vessel over to the Russian admiral The formalities of the transfer were completed Sunday afternoon and Adm Kruger boarded the Kniaz Potemkine A press representative inspected the Knlaz Potemklne after the withdrawal of the Roumanian guard Despite the efforts of the Roumanians to get things In shipshape everything aboard the battleship was still in a state of wild disorder The officers cabins were stripped of everything of any value and bloodstains were everywhere There was sufficient ammunition aboard the Kniaz Potemkine to have enabled the mutineers to make a desperate resistance It Is said during the last few days the vessel was navigated by two en gineers and an officer with revolvers at their heads Wanted To Blow Up the Ship All of the sailors wished to surren der with the exception of Matuschen ko leader of the mutiny who resisted for some time and wanted to blow up the ship Seven officers were prisoners aboard the Kniaz Pot mklne They were In a pitiable condition from Ill treatment They declare that Matuschenko killed ten officers of the battleship All the papers and books belonging to the vessel were destroyed It appears that the decision to sur rend r the Kniaz Potemkine was made when id became evident that no other vessels would join in the mutiny The crew of the battleship seemed to be unaware of the surrender of the Georgi Pob edonesetz and expected that she was also coming to Kustehji to capitu late to Roumania Twenty married sailors from the Knl z Potemkine have applied to the Russian consul here tobe sent back to Russia sL Petersburg July IOThe gov ernhaent Is awaiting a report from Adm KrUger before making represen tations tQ the Roumanian government for the return of the mutineers of the Potemklne It was stated at the foreign office that no official Information of the attitude of Roumania towards the mutineers had been received Death of William Orr i Toronto July 10WilIlamOrr is dead He was one of the men who cut the steamer Caroline from her moor ings and sent her over Niagara Falls during the rebellion of 18378 The Caroline was the supply ship of the Canadian rebel troops Honored John Hays Memory New York July 10Jewsof the east side thronged the synagogue of the RoumanianAmerican congregation In Rivington street to honor the morn ory of the late John Hay secretary of state Congressman Goldfoglet deliv ered a eulogy Will Wed a Baroness Venice July lOThe engagement Is announced of Paul Nash American consul here and the Baroness Ina Mayneri of Piedmont The baroness who moves in the highest society Is at present residing In Venice Torpedo Vessels Collide Rockland Me July lOThe torpedo boat destroyers Whipple and Stew art collided as they were about to en ter this harbor upon arrival from Gard ners bay The Whr leK steering gear was badly da wi o n WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY workdonome have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you dp the home merchant gootowant your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions looknice in print but dont come up Pay your money outS at home and it may come back again but send it to one of the big mail Order houses and it will buy 2scent cigars for some thefollowinKable men When you want to make purchase look over this list and select your store You thebigHAYDON BARBER DeaIer In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc l r George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine tcElrQyI Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner Meals Served at All Hours i Red Cross Drug Store Prup Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty s HaydonI OpsVarnish Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty ROBERTSON J3ROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc CWNOEBl- acksmithing J and Repairing at the most reasonable pricesI C W Hagan DealerIn Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W E Leachman Dealer In Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments James J Graves Watch RepairingL Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers InIDry ShoesIMcEIroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jewelejr Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc BOYSDo y4U Want a Wath Here isthe way to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get FOURCa- sh 4 Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch The timepiece is an excellent one guaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemwind stemset nickel casejust as the cut in this advertisement represents These watches are being carried by business men allover the 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Deane round himself spec- UlatIng on the cause of this extraordinary resolve but steadfast to his policy of avoiding controversial mat- tersl said nothing A few words to the captaIn procured enough stores to keep the Mohammedan for sIx months at least and whI these were being landed the question was raised bow best to dispose of the Dyaks The commander wished td consult the convenience of his guests If we go a little out of our way and land them In Borneo he said they will be hanged without troubling you further If I take them to Singapore they will be tried on your evidence anti sent to penal servitude Which IsI it to her It was Iris who decided Z cannot bear to think of more lives being sacrificed she protested Per haps if these men are treated merci fully and sent to their homes after Some punishment their example serve as a deterrent to others mayI So it was settled that way The chor rattled up to its berth and the Orient turned her head toward Singapore As she steadily passed away in to the deepening azure the girl and her lover watched the familiar outlines of Rainbow island growing dim in the evening light For a long while they could see Mir Jans tall thin figure motionless on nrOck at the extremity of Enropa point Their hut the reef the ledge came Into view as the cruis er swung round to a more northerly courseIris had thrown an arm across her fathers shoulders The three were left alone just then and they were silent for many minutes At last the flying miles merged the soUtury palm beyond the lagoon with the foliage on the cliff The wide cleft of Prospect park grew less distinct Mir Jatfs white clothed figure was lost in the dark background The island was becoming vague dreamlike a blurred memory Robert said the girl devoutly God has been very good to us Do you remember this Itour yesterday she murmured How we suffered from thirst how the Dyaks began their sec and attack from the ridge how you clImbed down the ladder and I fol lowed you Oh father darling she t went on Impulsively tightening her grasp you will never know how brave he was how enduring how he risked all for me and cheered me to the end I think I am beginning to under stand now answered the shipowner averting bis eyes lest Iris should seethe tears In them Their Calvary was ended they thought Was it for him to lead them again through the sorrowful way It was a heartrending task that lay before him a task from which his soul revolted He refused even to attempt It The explanation of the shipowners position was painfully simple Being a daring yet shrewd financier he per ceived in the troubled condition of the far east magnificent opportunity to consolidate the trading influence of his company He negotiated two big loans one of a seinlprivate nature to equip docks and railways in the chief marI- time province of China the other of a snore public character with the govern rent of Japan All his own resources together with those of his principal di rectors and shareholders were devoted to these objects Contemporaneously he determined to stow paying heavy in surance premiums dn his fleet and make it self supporting on the well known mutual principle His vessels were well equipped well manned replete with every modern improvement and managed with great commercial skill In three or four years given ordinary trading luck lie must have doubled his own fortune No sooner were allis arrangements completed than three of his best ships Rent down saddling his company with 1 + Buy It 4Now And + + Save w Money BUYM Jones Morning an absolute loss of nearly 000000 and seriously undermining his financial credit A fellow director wealthy and influential resigned his seat on the board and headed a clique of disap polntedstockholders At once the fair sky became overcast Sir Arthur Deanes energy and finan cial skill might have enabled him to weather this unexpected gale were it not for the apparent loss of his beloved daughter with the crack ship of his lin Half frenzied with grief he bade his enemies do their worst and allow efij his affairs to get into hopeless con fusion while he devoted himself wholly tOtthe search for Iris and her compan ions At this critical juncture Lord Ventnor again reached his side His lordship possessed a large private fortune and extensive estates He was prudent withal and knew how admirably the shipowners plans would de if gien the necessary time He offered the use of his name and money He more than filled the gap created by the hostile exdirector People argued that such a clever man just returning from the far east after accomplishing a public mission of some importance must be a reliable guide The mere cabled intelligence of his Intention to join the board restored confidence and credit ot1Yentnorperipatetic lovemaking It was high time he settled down In life took an- ltntelstJn the legislature and achieved in the world of affairs He had a chance now The certain success his friends project the fortunate 10f You will nil be 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50c and 100 bottles by all good druggists or sent direct ManagerTheParacamphCompany Foe sts by CL J Haydoa Springfield completion of his own diplomatic un dertaking marriage with a beautiful and charming woman these items would consolidate his career ills heart was set en Iris He seized the first opportunity that presented itself to make Sir Arthur Deane acquainted with a decision al ready dreaded by the unfortunate ship owner Iris must either abandon her infatuation for Anstruther or bring about the rdln of her father There was no mean If she declines to become Countess of Ventnor she can marry whom she likes as you will all be paupers to gether was the earls caustic summing up- This brutal argument rather overshot the mark The shipowners face flushed with anger and Lord Ventnor histenptl to retrieve a false step I didnt exactly menu to put It that way Dcane but my temper Is a little short these days My positions on board this ship Is intolerable As a matter of fair dealing to me you should put a stop to your daughters attitude toward Austruther on the ground that her engagement is neither approved of by you nor desirable under any consideration It may be assumed from this remark that even the earls sardonic temper was numbed by the girls outrageous behavior Nor was it exactly pleasant to him to note hpw steadily Austruther advanced in the favor of every officer on the ship By tacit consent t the court martial was tabooed at any rate until the Orient reached Singapore Everyone knew that the quarrel lay between Robert and Veutu6rand It Is not to be wondered at If Iris influence alone were sufficient to turn the scale in favor of her lover Tbe shipowner refused point blank to interfere in any way during the voyage You promised your cooperation In business even if we found that the Sir dar had gone down with all hands he retorted bitterly Do you wish me to make my daughter believe she has come back into my life only to bring me irretrievable ruin That appears to be the result no matter bow you may endeavor to dis guise itI thought tbe days were gone when a man would wish to marry a woman against her will- Nonsense What does she Know about it The glamor of this island romance will soon wear off It would be different if Anstnither were able to maintain her even decently He is an absolute beggar I tell you Didnt he ship on your vessel as a steward Take my tip Deane Tell him how matters stand with you and he will cool ort CHAPTER XVII ARTHUR DEANE was sit alone in his cabin in a lSIR of deep dejection when was aroused by a knock and Robert entered Can you give nie half an hour he asked I have something to say to you before we land The shipowner silently motioned him to a seat It concerns Iris and myself con tinued Anstruther I gathered from your words when we met on the Island tbat both you and Lord Ventnor regarded Iris as his lordships promised bride From your point of view tbe arrangement was perhaps natural and equitable but since your daughter left Hongkong it happens that she and I have fallen in love with each other No please listen to me I am not here to urge my claims on you I won her fairly and intend to keep her were tbe whole house of peers opposed to me At this moment I want to tell you her father why she could never even under other circumstances mar ry Lord Ventnor Then he proceeded to place before the astounded baronet a detailed his tory of his recent career It was a sordid story of womans perfidy twice told It carried conviction hi every sentence At the conclusion Sir Arthur bowed his bead between his hands- I cannot choose but believe you he admitted huskily Yet how came you to be so unjustly convicted by n tribunal composed of your brother of ficers They could not help themselves To acquit me meant that they discredited the sworn testimony not only of my colonels wife but of the civil head of an important government mission not to mention some bought Chinese evi denceBut you are powerless now You can hardly hope to have your case re vised What chancel8 there that your name will over be cleared Mrs Costobell can do it if she will Tho vagaries of such a woman are not to be depended on If Lord Ventnor has cast her off her hatred may prove stronger than her passion Anyhow I should be the last man to despair of Gods providence Compare the con dition of Iris and myself today with our plight on the ledge The shipowner sighed heavily I hope your faith will be Justified If Uis notthe more likely thing to hagmiieII4l0 I understand that my daughter and you Intend to get mar ried whether I give or withhold my sanction Anstruther rose and opened the door I have ventured to tell ou4e said why she should not marry Lord Vent nor When I come to you and ask you for her which I pray may be soon it will be time enough to answer that question should you then decide to put it It must be remembered that Robert knew nothing whatever of the older mans predicament while the baronet full of his own troubles was in no mood to take a reasonable view of Anstruthers position Thus torn little while these two were driven apart and Anstruther dis i J damned to urge the plea tfiaf not many weeks would elapse before he would be a richer man than his rival The chief sufferer was Sir Arthur Deane Had Iris guessed how her father was tormented she would not have remain ed on the bridge radiant and mirthful while the gray haired baronet gazed with stony eyed despair at some memo randa which he extracted from his pa pers Ten thousand pounds he muttered Not a great sum for the millionaire financier Sir Arthur Deane to raise on his note of hand A few months ago men offered me one hundred times the amount on no better security And now to think that a set of Jabbering fools in London should so destroy my credit and their own that not a bank will discount our paper unless they are assured Lord Ventnor has Joined the board Fpncy me of nil men be- Ing willing to barter my child for a few pieces of gold The thought was maddening For a little while he yielded to utter despondency It was quite true that a compar atively snail amount of money would restore the stability of his firm Even without it were his credit unimpaired he could easily tide over the period of depression until the first fruits of his enterprise were garnered Then all men would hall him as a genius Wearily turning over his papers he suddenly came across the last letter written to him by Iris mother How she doted on their only child He recalled one night shortly before his wife died when the little Iris was brought into her room to kiss her and lisp her infantile prayers She had devised a formula of her own God bless father God bless mother God bless me their little girl And what was it she cried to him from the beach Your own little girl given back to you Given back to huh For what to marry that black hearted scoundrel whose pastime was the degradation of women and the defaming of honest men That settled it Instantly the cloud was lifted from his soul A great peace came upon him The ruin of his business he might not be able to avert but he would save from the wreck that which he prized more than all else his daughters love The engines dropped to half speed They were entering the harbor of Singapore Iuu few hours the worst would be over If Ventnor telegraphed to London his withdrawal from the board nothing short of a cabled draft for 10000 would prevent certain cred itors from filing a bankruptcy petition In tbe local banks the baronet had about a thousand to his credit Surely among the rich merchants of the ports irien who knew the potentialities of his scheme be would be able to raise the money needed He would try bard Already he felt braver The old fire had turned to his blood The very wayIters happiness stimulated and encouraged him He went on deck to meet Iris skip ping down the hatchway Oh there you are she cried 1 was Just coming to find out why you were moping In your cabin You are missing the most beautiful view all greens and blues and browns Run quick I want you to see every Inch o itShe held out her hand and pulled him gleefully up the steps Leaning against the taffrail some distance apart from each other were Anstruth er and Lord Ventnon Need It be said to whom Iris drew her father Here he is Robert she laughed I do believe he was sulking because Captain Fitzroy was so very attentive to me Yet you didnt mind It a bit The two men looked into each others eyes They smiled How could they resist the contagion of her sunny na ture I have been thinking over what you said to me just now Anstruther said the shipowner slowly Oh dried Iris Have you two been talking secrets behind my back It hi no secret to you my little girl Her fathers voice lingered on the phrase When we are on shore Robert I will explain mutters to you more fully Just now I wIsh only to tell you that where Iris has given her heart I will not refuse her hand She took his face between her hands and kissed him Lord Ventnor won dering at this effusiveness strolled for ward What has happened Miss Deane he Inquired Have you Just discovered what an excellent parent you pos sess The baronet laughed almost hysterically Pon my honor he cried you could not have hit upon a happier ex planation His lordship was not quite satisfied- I suppose you will take Iris to Smiths hotel he said with cool im pudence Iris answered him Yes My father has Just asked Rob ert to come with usby inference that Is Where are you going The adroit use of her lovers Christian name goaded his lordship to sudden heat Indeed he snarled Sir Arthur Deane has evidently decided a good many things during the last hour Yes was the shipowners quiet retortP1 have decided that my daugh ters happiness should be the chief consideration of my remaining years All else must give way to It The earls swarthy face grew sallov with fury His eyes blazed and then was a tense vibrato In his voice as he Bald TO BE CONCLUDED NEXT WEEK An attemp to hold a localoption elec tion at Deaneville Daviess county was rendered abortive by the theft of the ballots which had been ca3t Kentucky State News Items lA NIECES IDENTITY It May Cause Trouble in the Division of the Lyons tstate Lexington Ky July 6The dIspo- sition of the estateof the late Thomas Lyons valued at pearly a quarter ot- a million dollars rests on the ability of Mrs Philip Baker of Pocatello Ida to prove her Identity and if she Is able to establish the claim that she is a niece of the dead man she will come In for her mothers interest Whether the division of the estate will result In a legal fight is not known but at any rate Mrs Baker says she has sufficient evidence to convince every one that she is entitled to a third of the vast estate and does not anticipate any trouble in getting her share On her former trip to this city she was given several thousand dollars as the first distrIbution A NEGRO BOY He Will Be Lynched If Enraged Citi zens Reach Him Bowling Green Ky July 6 Mode Hampton 14yearold negro was brought here from FrarikUn to prevent his being lynched He is charged with outraging Mrs Susan Sinitneran a white woman 55 years old He denies the charge but the woman IdentI- fies him and his mother identified a pencil which was found at the scene of the crime as that of her son The crime was committed at Salmons three miles from Franklin A mob of Salmons people formed about 8 oclock to go to Franklin and lynch the negro The Jailer was telephoned and spirited the prisoner to Bowling Green He Is the ninth prisoner now in Jail here for safekeeping from adjoining counties IN POTTERS FIELD A Gravedigger Forgot To Bury the Corpse of a Negro Lexington Ky July GThe sight of a corpse exposed to the air for three days has caused the citizens residing In the vicinity of the potters field hereto register a complaint The body ot- a negro Robert Charles who died of tuberculosis lay In the old cabin In the potters field It seems that the keeper George Huston had forgotten to bury the body- Warehouse Destroyed By Fire Frankfort Ky July 5FIre destroy ed the large broomstraw warehouse owned by the MasonFoard Co The building was located behind the lum ber yards of the chair company adja cent and east of the Kentucky peniten tiary entailing a doss of 4000 or 5000 General Store Burned Middleburg Ky July GThe gen = eral merchandise store of Allen Wil kinson near White Oak on Casey O creek this county was struck by light ning and the building and entire stock of merchandise were consumed The loss is about 2500 with no Insurance Two Slayers Sent Up Manchester Ky July 5Judge Sam C Hardin has Just closed his term of court here Richard McKInney was sent to the penitentiary for five years for killing Wnr Griffith Pleas Fisher was sent Up for 16 years for killing his brother Alexander Fisher five years ago a Hotel Destroyed 0DawsonSquthren hotel was burned to the ground It is supposed the fire origi nated from rats having carried matches Into the garret as the fire originates tnere The loss is about 3000 ana the Insurance 1800 An Explosion Kills Two Barbourvllle Ky July GThe boll er in the sawmill of Henley Fugater located on Big Branch exploded with terrible results It became dry and then was run full of cold water Two men working at the mill were killed and others Injured Manager Dexter Released Louisville Ky July 6 Chas Dex ter manager and player of the Louis ville baseball club was given his un conditional release shortly after the finish of the second game Wednesday Dexter has been in bad health for sev eral weeks Shoots An Intruder Glasgow Ky July 5Vlrgll Meadows was shot with a doublebarreled shotgun by JIm Hulsey at the latters home near here Meadows was ordered away from Hulseys house jam refused to go whereupon the shooting occurredBids For a Statehouse Frankfort Ky July GThe state house commissioners decided to adver tise at once for bids for constructing the new statehouse Sealed bids for the whole work or parts of It will be received until 2 p m Tuesday Au gust 1 Detained a Child Henderson Ky July 6 Warrants were sworn out for the arrest of Har ry Burns Fred Johnson and Murray Jones charged with unlawfully defin ing Eunice Farmer aged Hat Heb bardsville this county Killed His Broth rlnLaw Lancaster Ky July Shelton Rothwell shot hIs brotherinlaw Jim Baughman on Richmond street here Baughman died a few hours later Rothwell surrendered and was locked up i A Living Monument If we were to assemble all those who have been curedof heart disease by Dr MilesaHeart Cure and who would today be in their graves had not Dr Miles been successful in perfecting this wonderfulVheart specific they would pop cityWhat record a breathing thinking moving monument composed of human lives that for whichevery other earthly possession is sac rificedThe Miles Medical CQ receive thousands of letters from these people like the following MleVHeart Ididsutreredfromlittle qxertion palpitation of the heart and at times terrible pain In the 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SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown t Handsome Line of Caskets sad Bttrtal Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 OO OOOOOOOOQO CLUBBING DAILIES J The Sun and The Louisville Times one yearl5ooT- he Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday B 20 The Sun and the daily C9arier Journal any three days in the week 370 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six monthso 2 tf The Sun and the Sunday Cou- rierJournaFone year 280 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SUN- Springfield Hy V h f Trr T 7 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 121905 I MYSTERIOUS MADMAN = FOUND IN THE WOODS Discovered Turning Somersaults and Behaving in Extraordinary Manner in England LondonThe mystery of the madman who with nothing on but a night shirt was found wandering in a wood which skirts the Mansfield road about three miles from Nottingham is as far as ever from solution although the man has recovered his reason sufficiently to give some account of him selfHe says that his name is Nicholas Schreiber and he gives his address as Pleascastel Rhein Platz Bavaria He is about 50 years old His story is th the landed in Lon don from iermany in March with about J50 in his possession He was Ui AF BE RAN tSAULTS robbed of this sum and as he couldIget no work he set out to Liverpool in hope of being work his passage from there to Amer lea Hi knowledge of American customs and of the country generally suggest that he has already been in the United States Dr Jackson superintendent of the county asylum at RadcliffeonTrent t where the man is at present is of the opinion that his temporary loss of rea son is due to his having been without food for a longtime He is improving so rapidly now that he will probably be able to leave the asylum in a week In the meantime however hb can offer Jio explanation as to the loss of his clothes or as to how he came to the neighborhood of Nottingham No trace of any clothes has been found in the neighborhood although a most careful search has been made The police are beginning to place credence in the store of a mysterous motor car The laborer who saw it declares that the car flashed past him like lightning There were two men in it and huddled in the bottom was a figure in white Soon afterwards the car came back with the two men but the white figure had disappeared- An hour afterward he declares he saw a man running about turning sqmersaults and behaving in an ex traordinary manner It was not long after the time men pollee1dJscovered woods WIFE AT PLOW MAN LOAFS Woman Compelled to Toll While Hus band Smokes and Looks On Seeks Divorce Omaha Neb That she is tired oft working the farm and then having her husband run off with the proceeds in the fall Jane Cobb gives as the reason she wants a divorce from Almond W She says he has treated her cruelly and been a poor provider The twain were married in 1898 and ever since she says it has been her province to plow the corn and do the haying while he sat under a tree and smoked a corncob pipe That was lad enough but the last straw came she alleges in her petition when he pock eted the cash after the crops were sold spent all the money on himself and left her to get through the win ter as best she could Last Thanksgiving she says he choked and kicked her and knocked her down and again in January of this yearbe brandished a pitchfork before her and swore awful things He finished up she avers by packing the farm tools grain and stock and moving away Wherefore she wants an absolute separation and the name vpf her first husband Gaallspeyi GHOST CAUSES A PANIC Haunts Old Water Tank and Emits f Unearthly Shrieks Before Vanishing pLaporte IndThe neighborhood about Flahertys Siding is greatly ex cited over the doings of a ghost which has materialized in the form of a headless man According to stories from the scene the ghost has been seen several times lately near the old water tank which was formerly used by the nights ago it was seen by Frank and George Place who allege 4that It gave three unearthly shrieks and disappeared in the direction of the river Some years ago an employe of the Erie road was run over by an engine at the spot the head being completely severedfrom the body It is asserted that the body afterward stood erect and walked several yards from the spot falling against the water tank after emitting a terrible shriek Loiq Postal Bate Postal service 4n Japan l8 lower than In other placed In the world Letters are carried aft over the empire for about seveu tenths of a cent SHARPSVILLE The rainfall last Sunday did consider able damage to corn and tobacco Rev Hatchett preached to a large congregation at Mount Freedom last Sunday Rev Grant Kays delivered an inter sting discourse at Seaville last Sunday morning Mr Will Case of Mackville and Mrs Mary Sea of Seaville attended a birthday dinner at Mr Silas gases in Anderson county Thursday Misses Iva and Ada Carn were guests of Misses Jennie and Dora Yates Saturday night Mr Frank Bowen and Miss Elizabeth Robinson spent Saturday with Miss Iva Sea LawljenceburgMr Frank Adams attended church at Seaville last Sunday Miss Dora Royalty is Misses Graham visitinfthe Messrs Osric Satterly a singer were guests of the Misses Den SundayMr Sallee and family pent Sunday night with Mr L C Cornish Messrs John Cornish and VT Bowen were in Cardwell Saturday on business Mr and Mrs John Keys spent Sun day with Brother David Dorsey Mr Will Trent and family spent Sunday with Mr James Yates and family Dr John B Yates who has recently graduated will locate at Sharpsville it Nancy Crouch of Willisburg is IM several days with her mother Martin Sallee of Sharpsville Mrs Bettie Sutherland of Chaplin visited her mother Mrs J W Graham Saturdayand Sunday IMrs J W Davenport of Harrods visited Mrs T D Graham last Sunday SpringfieldWednesday Mr John Cornish rendered some delightful music at Mrs MJ Bowens Sunday night Mr Cornish handles the guitar with much skill Call again JohnMrs Ora Bowen visited Mrs R F Adams and her niece Miss Pasa Sat urday night Mr W E Robinson spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mr L L Giffin visited his niece Mrs Edgar Sea at Seaville Monday LEFT HOME She Took Coin and Gun Also the Children Lexington Ky July 7 Becoming desperate over the continued absence of his Wife and one of his neighbors with whom he believed she eloped C 1 Howard a farmer residing near North Jfiddletown in Bourbon county arrived here and invoked the aid of the police in an effort to locate the missing ones According to the statement of the aggrieved husband his wife left home 11 days ago with their two children a girl of nine years and a boy of two yeas a large sum of money and a revovejv belonging to him and since that tithe he has had no trace of the woman except a note mailed in Paris stating that she would not return The suspected man has been seen here He has a wife and seven children Howard says he does not want his wife to return but is anxious to get his children and he says he will wreak vengeance on the despoiler of his home HIS BROTHERINLAW Sheriff Short Refuses To Hang Him at Owensboro Ky a Owensboro Ky July 7Robert Mathley who will be hanged here for the murder of Miss Emma Watkins has quested Sheriff Short his broth erlnlqgj to adjust the noose saying ort will deal more tenderl- yW1ttimthan others Short has ra execution will be con ducted by deputies Guards were appointed for the jail but a sensational story of threatened attack by Mathleys relatives was with out foundation A HORSES NEIGH Caused a Little Child To Drop Dead From Fright ElIzabethtown Ky July 7Virgil Carrott aged three years was fright ofhispassing horse gave a shrill neigh a few feet from the child and the latter was seen to fall When picked up the little thing was found to have expired almost instantly The strange man ner of the childs death has produced a decided sensatioV here Insurance Rates Frankfort Ky July 7Gov fleck ham has received many reports from over Kentucky that fire insurance com panics are discriminating against the people of this state and charging them excessively high rates on their policies as compared withthe charges made in other states Stolen Goods Recovered Mt Sterling Ky July 7Thieve- stole a bag containing diamond rings studs and other jewelry belonging to Mrs Fannie J McCorm from a dress er in her room Becoming frightened from fear of being caught or accident ally they dropped the bag in their flight IVV BROOKSVILLE Weve had a plenty of rain and corn looks fine Some of our farmers are through threshing wheat Mrs Luther Cooksey spent Saturday at Cardwell Miss Hester Noel spent last week with her sister at Tatham Springs Miss Hattie Settle of Hillsboro spent Wednesday night with Miss Artie Sutton Mrs T E Wilson is visiting in Louis ville this week- Mesdames George Keeling and A C Pinkston spent Sunday with Mrs Marshall Keeling of Syacamore Valley Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister at this place Messrs Davis and Jo Noel and Misses Artie Sutton and Hattie Settle attended meeting at Battle Wednesday night Several from here attended churchat Tatham Springs Sundayt JENSONTON We are having losts of rain and the farmers are behind with theirwork The singing at Mr J W Edwards Sunday evening was largely attended Mr W T Phillips and wife spent Sunday with J W Perkins and family Mr Jacob Kimberlin received lambs here Monday at 6c Miss Pattie Campbell of Springfield who has been visiting relatives here has returned home Elvin Perkins bought a buggy from R A Willham The social at Mr Ellis Alfords Sat urday night was well attended and all report a pleasant time Mrs IJ W Perkins who has been quite ill for some time of typhoid fever is slowlyAe e t in g began at Wesley Chapel Tuesday night All are invited to attendV Miss Effiei Edward who has been vis iting at Moqresville has returned home THE POWERS CASE A Decision Taking It From the State To a Federal Court Maysville Ky July Sjudge Cochran of the United States district court has taken jurisdiction in the Caleb Powers case This means that the famous case will be tried in the federal court Louisville Ky July 8Gov Beck ham when asked for an expression as to Judge Cochrans decision replied I have not read the decision fully and am not prepared to say anything At any event it Is a question of jurisdiction between the state and federal courts which will be decided by the supreme court of the United States Georgetown Ky July SCaleb Powers in jail here when informed of Judge Cochrans decision appeared serene and jubilant MURDER MATLEY HANGED He Made a Futile Effort t pFak His Own Life OwensMro Ky July SAftera fu tile attempt at suicide Robert Mathley was hanged at sunrise in the jail yard for the murder of Emma Watkins and James Gregson The crime was committed June 2G 1904 Jealously was the cause Mathley on the scaffold de clared that a woman swore his life away During the night Mathley t6ro the veins in his arm and nearly bled to death before his attempt to commit suicide was discovered He was 40 years of age and a contractor NEGRO LYNCHED He Was Being Taken From Taylors vllle To Shelbyville Shelbyville Ky July 8Lon Beard a negro who had been arrested on the charge of assaulting Mrs Chester Crawford of Normandy was lynched at that place He was being taken from Taylorsvilie to Shelbyville for safekeeping but when the train arrived at Normandy a mob of about 25 men entered the day coach and riddled Beard with bullets as he sat in his seat READTHIS s 1DrTexasWondertwo years and can recommend it to kidneytroublehave ever sold Yours W C MORRIS CO A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures a kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures 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 Onesmalland seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 628 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by druggist HILLSBORO We are having some very wet weather and the crops are getting very weedy Mrs Kate Williams and daughter Miss Sallie May of Mt Zion visited relatives at this place Thursday and Friday Mrs Mat Inman and daughters Misses Maud and Eva visited Mrs John Shewmaker Saturday Mr John Walls and family of Pleas ant Grove spent Sunday with Mr John Armstrong and family Mr G H iBallardand daughter Miss Katie of Pleasant Grove attended church here Sunday Brother Williams of Springfield will preach here the firstSunday evening in August Mr and Mrs J M Shields spent Saturday and Sunday with their daugh ter Mrs Perry Ruby near Chaplin Mr George Dean visited relatives at Tatham Springs Sunday The many friends of Mrs Sallie Montgomery were sorry to hear of her death She formerly lived in this neigh borhood and had a host of friends She leaves four brothers and two sisters to mourn her death Mr Fronza Settle died at his home near Fenwick Wednesday July 5 His remains were interred in the Hillsboro cemetery the following day He leaves a wife and one child besides other rela tives to mourn his death Sunday school was not well attended on account of the weather Our good citizens should take such an interest in the good work that neither clouds nor rain would keep them at home Brother J cA Simms preached a very interesting sermon Sunday He made no other appointmentIRev W E Sutherland failed to preach at Hardins chapel Sunday Miss Pearl Barr of near Springfield spent several days last weekwith Misses Maud and Eva Inman Mrs Beulah Claybrooke is on the sick list Mayes creek was higher Sunday than it has been this year It was out of its banks covering all the tobacco and corn in the bottomsVMr Charley Lewis and daughter Miss Nannie Pinkston visited her son Lucieh Pinkston several days last week Mr and Mrs Clem Cutsinger visited the latterS parents Saturday and Sun day Miss Lula Pinkston of Cross Roads spent Sunday with Miss J essie Noel Miss Lila Goodlett spent Sunday with Misses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong- Mr J S Leachman and family of Litsey attended church here Sunday Mr Lucien Pinkston was struck just above the eye by a stick while chopping wood Sunday Mr J M Montgomery while hoeing tobacco last week found a piece of soapstone in which was cut about one an inch deep the letter Y Wellthe far worriedcover their wheat and oats crop Mr Ezra Goodlett and sisters Misses Nora and Tavie visited friends in Lebanon Satuiday night and Sunday visitedIMr W So Y Goodlett hada very valuable mule badly hurt one last week b trying to cross a barbedwire fence Mr Ed Smothers and family visited SundayMrlittle SundayMrthe family of Mr Evan Crow Sunday Springfield Market Bncou 15c Sides Beeswax iMeixsr iKMmil Butter 30o iwr bound- CblekuusIions So Sjirlnjr 4e DrieIapploywi erunundV Dtxks tic per pound corn IOIII to Too jwr Imshol Eggs1w jwr doiS n Featliunt per pound Flour SLaUoSUy tneuK7r por pound drainWheat lIii coru flki Oats lIidllUrcon7e to Lard lOe por pound Lime UK to jtlooihjr barrel Mill pnxluctHBran Jloo nhipstufF Sl2Oper pounds Potatoes Country to irlOnloiM SaltS145 and S185 per barrel Tnrkoystvporpound Tnllow kr per pound Vlnetfur 25c to ids jwr allow Wool Burry and jjreaayHHc clear of growl 3k tub washed SJe Country SorKhuni lijc to Q eese a twice SLtAwIIIrES Cream VermifugeTHE WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWAMC Or IMITATIONS THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co STLOUIS MO For sale by C J Hayden Springfield s 8yQ- Special jVIAILLINOIS CENTRAL a RAILROADt California Colorado L Arid to the Lewis and Clark CinffMnial Ez esttleR at TT T OREGONh r 0 PORTLAND roundtriprates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas Jon the firstand third Tuesdays of month rOnly Line Running Through Personally Conducted o Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New R Mexico and Texas j 5 Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet s Description of Southern Lands Rg f W HARLOW KYIKYtOOOOOOOOOOOOO IOCC eQQOea ne I Clubbing Rates 1 e FOR t ne0 n a 0 e e 1905Q ne ae THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and 0 rre 0 You will e n tF SaverD Q D Moneye selectingQ Yourreading fJlattereD from The Suns Club 0 tbinglist 0tQ aoeAddress Springfield ioa eoeaOOOOe Nth f N is for NERVE If you have aught to spare Gobuy yonr Glasses Most any old where For Nerve it will take To trust your In the hands of yourself Or one with less light E M RUSSELL and Optician When you get ready to buy your cut this advertise ment out and bring it to me and get 25 cents off Kentucky fair Dates The dates fixed by the different fair throughout the tbeene daysDanville 84 da daylfcShepherdsville daySVnnceburg Pig Guthrie August 173 days daysSpringfield daysBardstownFlorence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysHenderson daysOwensboro 0 Both pai persl yro nWeeklyWeekly Louisville Herald 125 Nashville American L50 nWeekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly 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