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Digital page images are linked to the text file. yT T7 If tilcc F tk 1kU 41 j 3bt rinflth Ur r + I i h DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY in r VOLUME L r SPRIN6FIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905e NNMIU34 1ACTIVE WORKER liar Church and Charity Mrs1 Mary M Williams Devout v Christian Passes Away Louisville Times Mrs Mary M HWilliamsacomplicationthis morning at the home of her sonin law the Rev William J McGlothin professor at the Southern Baptist Theo logical Seminary 1937 First street I She had been ill several weeks She suffered a decided change for the worse at 1 oclock this morning and sank peacefully to the end Mrs Williams was born at Charles ton S C July 9 1845 and was former Miss Mary M Silcox The follow ing children survive Mrs William J McGlothin and Miss Bessie O Williams of Louisville Mrs Andrew Johnson and Mrs John T Long of St Louis Mrs Everett Gill of Rome Italy and the Rev W H Williams of Springfield Ky Since the death of her husband Mrs Williams has conducted the Family Department of the Central Baptists She Came to Louisville three years ago to make her home with her daughter Mrs William J McGJothih She was a member of the McFerran Baptist churchand was an active worker in the charity and school organizations of the church Her death will be a source of sorrow to a wide circle A sad feature in connection with the death of Mrs Williams is that her ti health began to brake immediately af tefvher daughter Mrs Everett Gill tp1SSlOnaryte q formerly paster of East Baptist church Relatives will accompany the body to St Louis for burial leaving the iotleeie ab 8roclock tonight Resolutions of Respect At a called meeting of the Springfield Baptist church held at its house of worship after regular preaching serv ices on Sunday July 16 1905 the fol lowing resolutions were unanimously adoptedWhereas It has seemed best to our everloving and kind Heavenly Father to remove to himself the mother of our Wm Harrison Williams be it atperfect stranger tous all yet we have and do see so beautifully portrayed her life and character in her son that we have learned to love her as one of our very own and caR firmly feel that the works of the righteous do live after them We tender to her son our pas tor our heartfelt sympathy and ask Him to take from his heart each bur den that we as a church can bear Each individual member of his church grieves with him in his loss as if it was his or her own bereavement Resolved That these resoulutions be spread on the church record and pripted in the town papers and a copy be presented to our pastorJ BUSH Moderator fJ S CLAYBROOKE Clerk Came Near Drowning J Stith Noe little son of Mr and Mrs Hugh Noe came near drowning last Saturday afternoon while battling in Little Beech river at Litsey FIe got into a v MH urrent and before he could bea his uncle who was near by hewjleen carried twice When taken from the underI was unconscious butjwassoon re Death of Miss Hendrenr tMiss Mary Elizabeth HenSten died at the home her father here Monday morning at 3 ordock after a lingering illness of a complication of diseases Miss Hendren was born in Washington county April 3105and for the pas t fifteen years s as been a resident oLj Springfield d numerous warm frien33 JBMwSp her death The deceased was a lUI nt member of the Baptist church hiving cast helot with that people over thirtyfive years ago After funeral services at Jcqnducted body was laid toSrot in Cemetery Hill To the aged fathe and other rel tiyee fn svifV Jt since1fsYmpathY I ti Plate Glass Broken + A plate glass in the vestibule of the store room occupied by Mrs Williams was broken some time during the night Its the same old story of throwing rocks Thats the way it happened Somebody threw a rock and a fifteen dollar window was smashed Its all right to break rock on the streets of Springfield but it is very bad practice to throw them To Be Married On next Tuesday July 25 Mr John Dorsey and Miss Susie Watkins will be married in Louisville Mr Dorsey formerly resided in this county where he is well and favorably known Miss Watkins has been with the Walton Hotel here since it first opened and during that tjme has endeared herself to Mr and Mrs Thompson who rec ognize in her a young lady of many pretty characteristics Friends of the couple extend congratulations Death At Fairfield Mrs Ralph Hagan of Fairfield Nel son county died very suddenly Monday morning of hemorrhage of the lungs Mrs Hagan was well known in Wash ington county where she was born and reared She was a sister of Mrs Eliza Cain of Springfield and the mother of Mrs S C McGill ofnear town Deceased was a devout member of the Catholic church She leaves a husband and three children to whom many friends condol nce Will Leave Springfield lThe Sun regrets to announce that the wholesale harness business of Hodapp Miller will ibe removed from Spring field some time next month Messrs Hodapp Miller have not yet decided atwhat point they will locate rt l rorntMrMansfieki Jd EDITOR SUN Dear Sir and Friend After spending a few days at Springfield my old home so very pleasantly as I had warm greetings of welcome by many friends whom I wish manydays of happiness and prosperity I boarded the 11 oclock night train at Lebanon took a sleeper and slept soundly until morning awaking near Knoxville Tenn Iwas on the new line of the L and N R R which passes Jhr5ujfba very fine coal and timber three miles of Jellico th0Sew55dlets the Land N jntoKnoneth ir own line They a pretty new brick depot in Knoxville from which I was trans ferred by hack to the Southern Union depot took breakfast and was soon on the road to Asheville up the picturesque French Broad river which was much swollenby the heavy rains in the Blue Ridge mountains When I ar rived at Hendersonvillej N C there had been a downpour of rainalmost a clbudburst and water was standing all over the mountain top plaiteiittf or many miles to descend the mountfim range on manymilesshort curves in the road and in descending about the most dangerous part the engine jumped off the rails and gave us a reminder of the uncertainty of life as the train was stopped just where if it fallen over it would have dropped hundreds of feet down the mountain side However after a short delay we were on the track again and speeding down to Saluda where safety switches are placed every half mile to check trains that lose control of brakes We all felt much relief when we reached the more level lands of South Carolina where such heavy rains had not fallen only showers to keepccropB growing nicely The cotton is now in doinghellare 1tple at Asheville Hendersonville rFjpxawa Saluda and Than fortlje sum ra many at the Sp e yfwfeSSij sfyou success I reaftm Tours etc J G MAw Spartanburg S C JulyH i V Strayed or Stolent JA red bay mare heavy mane and ijfcjjjghtly crestfallen 15 34 hands h wet ut 1150 pounds long body large ht to have beenstolenfrom nisi rg Sunday night Liberate wit to person furnishing information leading to her 4rP 3 t 4 YriLL QeQeQeQeQeQeQeQeQQQQJQ eQeQeQoeoeoeoeoeoe eoeODo- nI t fx f t t i Southern Press n tiBy MissElla Bentley 1j lf o 0 n o e wroughtA Q e o rAnd then inscribed themasterpiece of thought 0 Across wide fields a skies above oe r CteThat thrilled the latent earth your South was born i In aOfSi e And everywhere the fer of the theme i afe In every rivers mad tumultuous breast re0 0 o You read its splendor in the flaming bars A aThat blaze across they of western skies C And in the silver softness of the stars i coI Poised in the twilight of a womans eyes t tt e en fIn white magnolias swin n in the breeze 0 eoIh mockers must clear and strong no In fieldsof cotton and inlSosshung trees 0That spell the sweet ction of that song rThen you who write each with a master mind i To perhaps the destinies of men n wIns fair southland let your genius find e The inspiration that shaTTguide your pen e tII n i That only noble thoughts and words may sway n e deo Shall ring the praises of the southern press n S 0e 0 n I n e e O eoeQ O eQeQeQeQe eQeQeQei eOeoeQeQeQ e e eoeoeQeQeOe A Roast For Lebanon EDITOR SUN Some Lebanon speculators alias sports wh3 attended the base ball game between the home team and the Greensburgs on last Tuesday taking counsel of their peculiar prejudice against the Springfield team rather than their better judgment very fool ishly backed Greensbunr to win Now Lebanon sports experience with the Springfield team dearly purchased on a number of former like occasions should have warned them against such folly Howbeit there be those still who learn nothing and remember less Anyhow Lebanon sports backed Greensburg and thereby hangs a tale which any one may read in last weeks issue of the Lebanon Enterprise One sentence of theHtale referred to is as follows However notwith standing the catcher caught the ball and put it on the runner the umpire Bob Noe called him safe The play was made in the ninth and the Leba non scribe is thus far correct The catcher did catch the ball but he was some five feet behind the plate at the time He did put it on the runner but not until he had crossed the plate And the umpire Bob Noe did call him safe as he was compelled by the rules to do and the Greensburg players in cluding the catcher admit that the de cision was just Its the inference of robbery by the umpire that shows its origin otherwise the sentence might have been written by any reporter at the game Poor old Lebanon Her stock of ex ruses for her on monotonous and mul tiplied defeats by every team that plays her are robbed by the umpire and hired playeijs and having used these so often wherever she hears the word Ulost croaks robbed by the umpire Astb theTiired players this same cbmpUfifent scjribe further along in his tale says But had Springfield jflayexra strictly home team instead oft number of players from surrounding towns the victory would have reflected jnach greater on the team Which vtfn And wherefore the reflection iithe inference is that Greens burg had p players from surrounding towns If anybody ought to know who Sanders Is and where Jie hails from it surely is Lebanon The Leba non manager no doubt can even in forrnthji sore scribe just what this sa Hfcters cost them in the five g played for Lebanon last year Anders of Campbellsville is all t in the second inning Injo of Greensburgs three runs accordingto our Lebanon scribe But this does not reflect on Greensburg It was neither agreed implied nor ex pected that either team should be composed of strictly hom pIayers 1Eyery team in the State play s whomever it f 0 t 1 pleases wherever5it pleases and when ever it pleases except Lebanon who having tried both plans without chang ing the result concluded that since they must lose any ay it j ould be cheaper toliavebn1y 5rWfepI srs7Gn one occasion last year when Lebanon was to play Bloomfield there was not one player from Lebanon and the nearest it came to being a Lebanon team was that one of the players passed through Lebanon on his way to the game So be it It does not really matter ROOTER TEXAS P C W Peterson left Friday for Chicago 111wharehe will spendsev eral days with his son Miss Eflle Kimberlin visited her sister Mrs W T Barnett of Mackville last week Mrs Arvin of near Campbellsville is the guest of her daughter Mrs John Campbell She was accompanied by her little granddaughter Messrs Tom Lawrence and Hermon Purdom were in Perryville Sunday Dr RoBards met with rf serious acI cident one day last week He spilled carbolic acid on his foot which has caused him much pain The singing given at the home of Mrs Emma Cocanougher was largely at tended Miss Lilie Cocanougher and Mrs Johnson presided at the organ The music was delightful Mr Rachel Bottoms and little granddaughter of Mackville visited Mrs M E Dawsey last week Miss Louise McElroy of Springfield is the charming guest of Mrs Wilson GreenMr and Mrs John Peterson attended services at Wesley chapel last Sunday Mr and Mrs Wilson of Springfield visited their daughter Mrs Clay Brady recently Mr George Cocanougher made a flying trip to Louisville one day last week Mr and Mrs Raymond Gordon visited their parents at Gravel Switch recentlyMrs Crane of Enido visited Mrs Robert Arnold Monday Boy Seriously Hurt Willie the sixyearold child of Mrs Ella Milburn met with a painful accident last jjyeek He anda little play mate in some manner got hold of some powder and some fire and the result was that the Milburn child was fright fully burned about the eyes At this time he is unable to see but it is not thought his eyesight will be permanent lyinj red r Buy It Now Now is the time to buy Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy It is certain to be needed sooner or la ter and when that time comes you will need it badly you will need it quickly Buy it now It may save life For sale by C J Haydondruggest s Death at frederickstown Mrs RafE died at her hom at Frederickstown last Sunday of pneumonia after an illness of about two weeks Mrs Auberry leaves a husband and several children to mourn herdeath Shewas a devout memder of the Catholic church After funeral services the body was laid to rest in St Rose cemetery Many friends extend to the bereaved family Stock Poisoned Mr Samuel Derringer of near Valley Hill lost two valuable horses and two extra good mules on last Monday as a result of their eating a lot of Paris green which had negligently been left in a buggy in the lot where the animals were running Another horse has been in a very serious condition from the same cause but we are informed by Dr Lawrence that it is now about well A fine hog was also poisoned Union Station Burned Union Station the fine passenger de- Pot in Louisville of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad was destroyed by fire Monday night entailing a loss of at least 300000 and valuable records for twenty years The flanges were discov ered shortly before 10 oclock but the effort to extinguish them was unavail ing The station was erected fift een years ago and had been used by the Louisville and Nashville Railroad as its main passenger station in Louisville since 1891 The structure was practic ally gutted although almost entirely built of stone and some of the walls collapsed r L Thank You I desire to take this method of thank ing my friends for the manyacts of kindness shown me during my recent sickness Nobody bntUaesiekonecan have any idea how much good a few flowers will do when sent to the sick room and how much the visit from a friend even if only to make inquiry is appreciatedI thank you and Illnotsoon forget you J H LAMPTON M D ILikely You Are Right EDITOR SUN With your permission I will add my name to your numerous list of correspondents and will say that I consider The Sun one of the Pest county papers- in the State We like its fearless outspoken way of saying things Some think it popular to try to keep on both sides of a question but it is not Now I fear that my manner of writing will not be up to date as I dont know anything about the visiting nor who has bought a new rubbertire buggy etc etc but having ben reared in antebellum days I am prone to observe some of the uptodate ways of the present generation The upto date farmer and mechanic etc are all right but the uptodate boy is in my opinion a nuisance I observe him on County Court days driving at break neckspeed to get to towna beardless boy with a cigar between his lips and his hat pushed back on his head to show that his hair is parted in the middle of his shallow cranium and when he gets to town he must take a drink or two then he can swagger and smoke right up in quiet peoples faces Now I think it would be no serious drawback to the court if these boys would stay at home It isno place for the youth that speaks of his father as the old man Parents should be able to keey them at home They could cut weeds as there are plenty of them at this timeIBoys dont think lam too rigid on you I have a boy but he does not act as some of you do f I hope The Sun will illuminate ery home in1 Washington county More anon OBSERVER Opossum Ridge Washington Co Ky 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 pr Sales ford bridge across Little Beech For any information see any of the undersigned T SCOTT MAYES Wl S Y GOODLETT JOHN 0 Pour Committee i Subscribe for Th 1Suru LOOvy rj BASE BALLeSpringfield Defeats LoutsviNe fct a FourteenInning Game The Most Interesting of the SeasMt eThe most remarkable game of ball ever played in this part of the State took place on the High School grounds on Tuesday when Springfield met and defeated a team composed of the pick of the amateurs in Louisville in a heartbreaking thirteeninning struggle Eyery sort of play possible was exhibited to the sweltering three hun dred fans The Louisville team M composed now is easily the best aria teur team in the city Fay the south paw who pitches for the Company G team was on the slab for the visiton and Witherspoon of the Coal Dealers was at the receivers end The score was a tie in the ninth inning as Louis ville had made four scores in the sixth 4 f on a base on balls and three errors bye 1 ithe Springfield team combined with K 4 jt lucky hit Springfield made two in t 4 third and two in the seventh oa co fylsistent hitting In the nmtkF fiHrelieved by Thoben of the Fe S Each team scored one in Both were blanked in the ft enth and twelfth In the Louisville could do nothmgy wkiStiL i by Stratton followed by a me i ftv J Cox put an end to the most game of ball ever witnessed oal rgrounds Cox who caught for f m team did all that was exp atfilled the positi + Moore who bad inning nofMedIeySep Louisvilles will game next we om avj X recordreaker The Louisville civ glt iarea gentlemanly lot of gOQd I and play ball from end to ea rqtrmaryi v c 1234 6791011Louisville00 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 0 9 irSpringfd002000201 0 0 01A BatteriesFay Thoben Withers and Eady Colvin and Cox Hits Off Fay 5 off Thoben 2 off COIVin Thobenl5byvm UmpireBob Noe No man has ever pitched agame of ball in Springfield to equal that of Pro fessor Colvin here yesterday afternoon Under a sun which was hot enough to stew perspiration from a bank of baked sand he pitched thirteen innings of the most hotlycontested game of ball ever witnessed in Springfield Every spectator who saw the marvelous work of- Professor Colvin testifies that they never before witnessed such a twisting of base balL The Louisville boys were kept guessing throughout and notwithstanding that that team was com posed of the best amateur players ia Louisville the men were completely at A the mercy of Colvins balls During the eleventh twelfth and thirteenth innings Colvin sawed seven men When it is considered that he pitched ten innings before thatsufficient pun ishment for the muscles of an iron manUte twirling done in these last three innings goes down in Springfield baseball history as something wonderful The next victim for Springfield wilt be the Harrodsburg team which will play here next Monday A game of ball will be played here next Friday afternoon between Bards town and Springfield Public Notice All persons owing the Red Cross Drug Store previous to July 29th 1905 are respectfully asked tocome forward and settle at once with Dr G C Wood at the drugstore who is authorized to collect same I desto thank my friends for their ptfjrpnage in the past Very reectfully P W WELLS i Letter List r If List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield PostofSce for the week ending July 19 1905 Miss Sopha Brown Miss Ellen Burke Miss Merdia Coffer Care H Dessamer Mrs Susie Folhps B A Lemmon Mrs Jl M McDowell I H Thomas WA WATERS Postmaster its aid that Gen Stossel haa been aria ed in consequence of tbeiitvt iof thed e and capitnlstiz Arthur 4 r 4 Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 t C Oegeaeneoe eonene eoe I a STRAIGHT in e l TALK n e BY Miss Alert Watchfulness e l e 0QeoeQeQeoeaeoeoeoeQeoe Isnt it strange but very truehow anxious some people are to know why certain people dont marry The ques thelfairthat question asked the other day of aI wellknown schoolmarm and she this memorable answer I am not fit for a wife teaching is my master adding quicklyfor she had a womans warm heartLet us change the sub ject It is too painful When she said Unot fit for a wife of course she spoke after the manner of men But WHY should she NOT befit for a wife merely because she isa fine teacher Are there no men in the world who are unselfish enough to rejoice that a woman has more than one resource LOVE they who have thousand they who hold that a man should come and go at his pleasure without a reference to his better fwothirds without a ques tion being asked by her much 1ess any token of dissent and funnier than all without losing a particle of her love in consequence they who can come to their meals two hours after dinner time or not at all sleep in the house or out as fancy suits and expect her to sit by the hearth nursing her pa tience and cultivating a smiling expression of countenance to greet them on their return although she may need quite as much if not more than they that relaxation at the days close which THEY claim as their neceSsary and especial prerogative they whose shirt buttons must on no occasion be off though her healthyes even rea sonmay Ah The good woman knew the majority of men well and there fore chose well Teaching might not 4 indeed satisfy her heartbut neither will it by slow torture break it We trust that the millenium will some day arrive WHEN MEN WILL BE JUST TO WOMEN when loveso often alas but a broken reed will not be the with which she with her 1sensitive organization shall be allowed to walk lifes toilsome journey when L men will be willing that she like themselves shall have some resource beside the grave or a madhouse if that fail I tarn glad to say we have a few men who are willing but we want a TIE vote 0I once heard of a man in search of a wife but under difficulties He had a horror of a knowing woman Most men haveand no wonder Like most of his sex he laboredunder the delusion that a fool was easy to man age He liked those seraphic creatures with skimmedmilk eyes and pink cheeks looking as angelic as a cat over I a saucer of cream A friend hinted to him that he sometimes might want IDEAS as well as pink cheeks Note please how mannish and characteristic his reply AliI out of the house you know shallSoI he did for the pink cheeks soon an old story the smirk some and the meekness which had so enchanted him and which was to be his comIparedsion from a pantherwoman would have been a godsend It is not a good idea for a man to sniff at a woman because she knoweth too much lest he find himself worse off with one who knoweth too little It is perfectly useless for M Do Dr D to try to be popular unless the WOMES are on their side Every one of us believethis to be a fixed fact Their own sex can do very little for them but I defy creation to undermine either profession if FEMININELY SUPPORTED Malcontents may sneer and sniff while the Doctor and Parson go comfortably on their way rejoicing as they have a to do I dont think that woman itrightlived who didnt have her M D 33 D and some of them he I often times include the poet in the minister but I can always ascertain that fact by the way he reads a hymn I am particularly fond of a dash of poetry in a minister and a good deal of tenderness in a doctor Some of the latter have an immensely U taking way of pitying one which often cures faster than either pill or potion put of course they never find that out Little sympathy they bestow on a BEARDED patient in comparison A peep out of one eye at tongue flight pressure on pulse a dab at inkstand for a hasty prescription and a iGood morning Anyone knows a Iamb ris certainly a more pleasant object to contemplate than a caged hyena Any hired miss will give in her verdict to this effect But hold on This is a digression As I said before after all legislation comes women If men H cant get along with them posi tively they cant get valong C4thout themthats one comfort l tis not dress dear young ladies your expensive draperies or jeweled fingers that attract the attention of a J men of sense They look beyond these Havent you ever thought about it It is your character they study If you are unladylike and loose inyour conver sation no matter if you are as beautiful asan angel you have no attractions for them Have you never considered that it is the loveliness of your nature that wins and continues to retain the affections of the heart Young ladies sadly miss it who labor to improve their outward looks while they give not a thought to their minds True fools may be von by gewgaws and fashionable showy dresses but the wise good and substantial are never caught by such traps Let modesty be your show dress Use pleasant and agreeable lan guage and though you may not be courted by the fop the good and truly great will lave to linger in your steps VIVA H VOCE System Is Strongly ra ored By La Yers Now In Annual Ses sion Prominent Men Dicuss The Subject I Crab Orchard Ky July 12The normal crowd at Crab Orchard Spirings was augmented last evening by the ar rival of members of the Kentucky County Attorneys Association fully lohe hundred peing in attendance The session began with reports of officers and ws followed with an address on legal and claims Judge W G Hpwell whichwasdiscussed by Judge SB Kirby of Louisville and others Todays proceedings opened with an subIfield and Samuel Kash of Manchester engaged in a discussion of the subject Judge Dennis Dunion of Paris gave a pleasing talk on reciprocal relations and duties of county judges and county attorneys Jacob Corbitt of Ballard county delivered an important address in favor of the returnto the viva voce adsystemvocating the adoption of the amendment proI oftland Col Thomas P Hill of Stanford reformIcompensation of county attorneys which was discussed by Judge Samuel B Kirby of Louisville J C Graham of Leitchfield and J W Moran of- London A mock court presided over by Hon Pres Kimball of Lexington afforded mu enjoyment at the even ing session Marion Items Falcon Willie the little son of J H Kearns was severely burned on the face and eyes Friday by the explo sign of a bottle of powder in which he dropped a lighted match Mr John Severance aged 30 years diedat the home of his mother Mrs Mary Severance in this city last Fri day evening at 730 oclock after a lingering illness of kidney disease In the death Rf Miss Emma Johnston who breathed her last peacefully and resignedly at her home in this city early last Friday mornjng Lebanon lost one of its best known and admir able characters She had been a a sufferer of stomach trouble for more than year but had been confined to deathrcame to According to the report of the State countyIwlllTreasury as taxes for 1905 2024238 The contract was completedand Jhere last week between the subscrihersIat Bealls Ford for a consideration of countyrpays READ THISa BOWLING GREEN KY June 12 1901 MoDeatSirWonder Halls Great Discovery for two years and can recommend it to kidneytroublehave ever soltL Yours truly W C MORRIS 8 CO A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravelcures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women childrenIfsent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment cureDrQ Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists 4 SCATHING jArraignment of Taylor by Henry E Youtsey From Behind Prison Bars EIYoutseymurder conspirators to reach the walls of the State penitentiary requested publication of the following signedI statement in response to attack of fugitive W S Taylor upon him Having seen the cowardly attack upon me by the arch fugitive from justice WS Taylor I wish to answer him through the same channel Now that hie iscertain that Powers willhave a fair trial he has no longer excuse for remaining away from Kentucky and should come and face his accusers I learned to love him like a son because I was with him so much and because he was a leader of the Re publican party Vice is a monster of such hideous mien That to be hated needs but to be seen Yet seen too oft familiar with its face We first endure then pity then em brace No young man in Kentucky led a more honorable life or had a brighter future than I until I met Taylor and his assassins I served him faithfully for two years without a penny almost and my reward for so doing is life im prisonment in addition to personal abuse it was like a father leading his own son astray into paths of wicked ness and now he calls me a liar because I do not protect him in his crime I did not kill Goebel because I could not even if I had wanted to Although the ma jority of Republicans hated Goebel none of them would have been fool enough to kill him unless Taylor and his mob wanted it done No honest mancan remember Taylorism and the ruin of Republicanism in Kentucky and say Taylor is innocent and I am glad I have no bogus Taylor pardon to my discredit He is a convict before God this very datfor his wickedness and Kentucky rid of him Ii When the righteous are in au thority the people rejoice but when the wicked beareth rule the people mourn- I fail to see arty comfort for Powers in Judge Cochrans decision as nearly all the cases h4 cites were remanded to the State courts but if he has the righfcof freedom then the 2000 prisoners here at Eddyville have the right to liberty State courts should be swept away both penitentiaries razed to the ground and penal institutions in Ken tucky be a thing of the past CHOLERAINFANTUM Child Not Expected to Live From One Hour to Another but Cured by Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy Ruth the little daughter Iof E N wasseriI anIof Diarrhoea Remedy and got a bottle of it tram the store In five hours Isaw a change for the better We kept on it and before she had taken the half of one small bottle she was well HaydonMACKVILLE Left From Last Week Mrs Ina Barnett and sister Mrs J L Harmon of Bowling Green spent Wednesday with Mrs James Cregor Messrs John Gray and James Peter after spending several days with friends here have returned to their homes in Texas and Oklahoma Mr and Mrs J L Haydon andchil dren Ernest and Louise have returned to their home in Indiana Mackville has had more visitors this summer than ever before in one year In fact nearly everybody that ever lived in Mackville or knew the place has paid ita visit this summer Mr Lois Yankey sold a mule colt to J D Yankcy for 70 Mr Robert C Mayes a popular and energetic young farmer of our neighborhood makes a wonderful report con cerning his wheat crop He believes that it is the finest in the county and says that when he had finished harvest ing the shocks were so numerous that he could not get out of the field with the binder until he had thrown some of them into an adjoining field Donny of the correspondents of The Sun know of a crop of wheat that can equal this- Miss Maud Morris of Louisville js the charming guest of Miss Nellie Hay don Mrs Ophelia Sutherland of Danville attended c lurch here Miss Hattie VarrJnof PorryviUe is visiting her cousin Miss Nellie Hay donWe are having lots of rain but do not anticipate an attack of the blues while The Sun shines every week 1 Greatly in Demand Nothihg is more in demand than a medicine which meets modern require ments for a blood and system cleanser such as Dr Kings New Pills The are just what you need to cure stomach- and troubles Try them At C J Haydons drug store 25c guaranteed All grades of refined sugar have been reduced ten cents a hundred pounds r i te Man With the Hoe Harrodsburg Herald Last Friday Iiveslonyoung going across the field evidently moving their place of habitat He hurried toward them and when the pretty whitespotted baby skunks saw him approaching they knelt in a bunch with their little heads together as if in supplication for their lives The man with the hoe was excitedand before he realized what he was doing he had slain the young ones While the slaughter was going on the mother skunk stood a few yards away and appeared to be weeping Her life was spared A hole was dug in a corn row and the yoUng ones covered with dirt But that night the old one came ex humed and carried off her dead chil dren Mr Lawson says that he was excited at the time and a moment after would have given 50 if he had not killed the baby skunks Sickening Shivering Fits of Ague and Malaria can be relieved and cured with Electric Bitters This especialbenefitcurative influence on the diseased ri v ing it entirely out of thesystem It is much to be preferred to Quinine having none of this drugs bad aftereffects E S Munday of Henrietta Texas writes My brother was very low with malarial fever and jaundice till he took Electric Bitters which saved his life At C J Haydons drug store price 50 cents guaranteed Bresdenburg Messenger It is the custom to leave a calling card at the grave of a dead friend when visiting the cemeteries at Paris As this custom is growing many of the monuments are ijeirig fitted with little card receivers IAlva D McClure of Leitchfield Ky and killed there while resist ing arrest Going for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedyt placebuthome There is nothing so good for Colic Cholera Morbus Dysentery and Diarrhoea It is equally valuable for Summer Complaint and Cholera Infan tam and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine in use When reduced with water and sweet ened it is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy sooner or later and when that time comes you will need It badly you will need it quickly Why not buy it now and be prepared for such an emergency Price 25c large size 50o For sale by C J Haydon Springfield sixBREAD TICKETS AT CONRAD HERTLEINS FOR 25c0oao- oaoaoaoaoa == bo o07oao D oaa- oYOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youheedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves whichabsolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now hason filelin his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This IS a new salve having been orfthe market about one year and the 1426 testimonials cone as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky aeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeneoeoeoeoeeoooeoe080eoeoeoeoeoeoeoo TF r r The Red Cross Drug Store Quality In Orals 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 andt care of drugs than we are and nowhere can you get equal quality for less than we ask We should like to have you remember this when next you need anything in the drug line Ours Is A Prescription Pharmacy No matter where or by whom your prescription is written we can compound it We make a specialty of prescription workVe have an unusually complete equipment We have a large stock of prescription drugs including all the new remedies andall work in this department is done by graduate pharmacists of ample experience Your prescrip tion is apt to have the best attention at a pharmacy like ours J where this department is given special attention Prices reasonable 1 Stock Requisites We make a specialty of preparations for stock Giving particular attention to this line of goods we have accumu lated a valuable fund of information as to the special merits and properties of various stockfoods powders and special t 1remedies We can provide just what is wanted in any per ticular instance at the lowest possible price Smock Haydon Proprietors i i t 7CfsCASH DEERfNG SI SAL BINDERS H TWINE ii k I If you want a good uaa stylish buggy at a low price call upon McClure Wells The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc completeOld Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability ANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arunnin U This can not be said of other makes of gasolines Most of them gisand Wickedness McClure Wells Springfield Ky- fi tlHiZut IZI ZV IZI IZI Iti l IZI i IZ Z Z I Springfield Roller MjIISuuru I of Washington IPride Choice J Comfort The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers www MiIIsJill r N jfTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 191905 j t- J tror tzzrr wvrrr t r r r r i I THE DOUBLESTORE iGRUHDY CLAYBROOKE t McIMTIRE Proprietors i JtJulyi i Clearance I Sale I iiF + r a z apply to every department of our store Come in and PRICE THE GOODS fF IIn Our i t Cloth= 1 ing 1DepartlTientp marked down regardless of r 4 1 The cost of the goods t The Double Store is the + place to buy CLOTHING at prices to suit yourself I bthJt Wholesale Murder j New Orleans July 12The Norwegian steamer Bratton Capt H Holm from Ceiba Honduras reports 1astartling tragedy on the small trading schooner Olympia bound from Utilla for Tnixillo via Ruatan to purchase cattle The crew and passengers twelve in allwere murdered by a ne- gro named Robert McGill except one passenger a young woman who e caped by swimming ashore after having been struck on the head with oar McGill is a resident of Utilla1 He shot allof his victims he also schoonerIMcGill esc pea ashore in a dory ard ProIvenerOlympia had 1400 in gold in his cabin Subscribe for The Sun 100 year FOR RHEUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS A SURE CURE WOUNDS OLD SORES CORNS BUN IONS GALLS BRUISES CONTRACT ED MUSCLES LAME BACK STIFF JOINTS FROSTED FEET BURNS SCALDS ETC AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inflam rmatioaand drives out Pain PENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues promotes a free circulation of the Blodd giving the Muscles natural elasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey P O True Texas writes My I wife had beep suffering fire years with paralysis ill her arm when I was persuaded to use Bollards Snow Liniment which a complete cure I have also used it for old sores frxt and akin crmptions It does the WOCk EEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS tfED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUT- ESTHREE SIZES s 25c sac and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY cJ HAYDON Spirngficld Ky SEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank At The Close of Business June 30 1905 RESOURCES Loans and discounts 212335 80 Overdrafts t 4215 93 Banking Hou e 5000 00 Cash on hand and due from other Banks 33692 63 255244 36 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 50000 00 18000 00 Undivided Profits 2132 61 Bills ReDiscounted 5000 00 75jGross earnings six months 606401 Bal undivided profits Jan uary 1 1905 1005 7069 11 Disposedof as follows Paid Dividend No 31 4 percent 00 Paid Expenses and Taxes toidate 2936 50 Balance undivided Profits 2132 61 7069 11 GEO D ROBERTSON Pres 1 H THURMAN VicePres J A BOULWARE Cash- ierCommissioners Sale 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 thereaboutbe ing County Court dayto the highest and bestfbidder 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 be made Beginning at a poplar in a lane cor ner to J F Reinhart thence S 85 34 E 112 to a stone fence corner to said Rienhart thence N 1 1S E 48 12 poles to a stone thence N 1714 E 67 poles to a stone at corner of stone fence at gate thence S 73 L2 W 4634 poles center10laor purchasers with approved surities- must execute bond bearing legal inter est from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judg ment Bidders will be prepared toc comply promptly with terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C Realty Bargains 18o acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of Harrodsburg 77 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco landI at62120 acres hemp land in 5 miles Harrodsburg on Lexington 75 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg on pike at 60166 acres MercerIcounty good land near tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 Store property Washington county village 2 houses store shop 1600 Exchangeforidence at Bondville Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky SEE Rr A Nalley9 =THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building eoOOOOPOOOOOO flAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone l8 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets u We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness 0000000000000 Five hundred Chinese were drowned by a collapse of an overcrowded mashed t on the banks of the West river near Canton John Cox a wellknown young far mer of Spencer county committed sui tide with a rifle Despondency over a love affair is the cause assigned s ORIGIN OF THE Ka Ka A One of the founders of This Fa mous Organization Corrects Some Erroneous Impressions The following article by Major James- R Crowe one of the organizers of the famous Ku Klux Klan will be read with interest It is copied from the Nashville American of last Sunday It seems that quite an interest is be ing manifested in the story of the Ku Klux Klan Seeing in the daily papers recently several erroneous stow about the origin of the order and being one of the original six who organ ized it at Pulaski Tenn in the winter of 18656 I write you a short history- f its organization its purpose and its ame One evening six exConfederate sol liers James R Crowe John C Lester dead John Kennedy Richard R Reed dead Calvin Jones dead and Frank 0 McCord dead met in the office of Judge Thomas M Jones Dur the evening some one suggested that we form ourselves into a circle or club for amusement The matter was discussed and when we dispersed we agreed to meet the next night at the residence of Thomas Martin who was then out of the city but had left his house in charge of John C Lester one ofour number At this meeting a committee was appointed to select a name This committee was composed of R R Reed and Calvin Jones Each of these had some knowledge of the Greek language The Greek word Kip kos means a circle This word was changed to Ku Klux a word heretofore unknown and when the committee re ported the name was adopted By suggestion of John Kennedy another K was added and the name of Ku Klux Klan was coined We little dreamed then that the name would become worldwide and the order grow to such gigantic proportions as it did A committee composed of myself and Calvin Jones was appointed to formulate a form of initiation and other ceremonies A constitution and bylaws was made and several friends were admitted to membership without the form of initiation GrandIwasnt good The oath of obligation taken by each one who became a member was solemn and binding The very strictest secrecy was maintained and no one but the oathbound knew who composed the order On December 26 1865 a storm passed over Pulaski The large frame resi dence of Dr Ben Carter situated on a hill west of the town was wrecked and only one room was left The treps and vines that surrounded the old mansion were twisted and torn and formed a oftquarters of the Klan The mysteriou lights seen flitting like fireflies through the old buildingand the strange and uncanny sounds that proceeded from this place made the superstitious ant all people or less supersti tious be Iiarerore t the place wa haunted a never disturber in our meetings We adopted ghostl garb and it was soon believed that w were veritable s irits of departed Con federate soldiers So much for the or ganization As to its objects it was purely social and for our amusements It quickly spreadand we were kep busy initiating Worthy men It wasr purely accidental that it became po litical We soon discovered that when we paraded at night with our strangt garb and mysterious lights the negroes stayed close to their cabins and a word of Warning from the K K K was more powerful for good than all of the sworn officers of the law In order to appreciate the condition of affairs at that time one must have been an active participant 1 served four years five months and five days asu soldier en listing at Marion Ala on January 11 1861 and surrendered alone in Mem phis Tenn June 16 1865 I partici pated in the first battle of Manassas and was severely wounded there I was in the battles of Fort Donelson Shiloh Corinth Richmond Ky Perryville and other lesser battles I was struck faithIt and still regard the flag under which we fought as the flag of our hearts I trust I may be pardoned if I sometimes say Unfurl once more the old flag Let me kiss again its folds I love it for its memories For the story it has told Of deeds of valor done by men Who counted not the cost But gave all they had save honor For the cause we loved but lost In conclusion let me say that so long as the original genuine K K K ex isted I never knew of an act committed by them that I am now ashamed to own The Louisville Times The prettiest woman and the best cook in Taylor county has been married nine times It is impossible to get a good cook to stand hitched School Books AT Haydons DrugStore Below you will find the cost and exchange price of the books of the State adoption Retail Exchange Price Price 006McGuffeys06McGuffeysMcGuffeys New Third Reader v wi 27 13 17McGuffeys06RaysT r fii 12Rays20Natural06LongLongs New Language Exercises Part IIIi 25 12 12Harveys32New15Electric35Kinkeads22RationalCASHDo not ask credit for school books you will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL BE CHARGED Ci J Haydotik Common Carriers Frankfort Ky July 1In an opin ion of the State Railroad Commission filed here today by Chairman McChord it is held that the Adams and Southern Express Companies are common car riers within the meaning of Section 218 of the Constitution and that their charges can be regulated where con sidered exorbitant by the Railroad Commission The question will likely go to the courts for final determination The matter came before the com mission orf complaint of citizens of Shelby ville against the express compa nies named Some months ago the city passed an ordinance imposinga license tax of twentyfive dollars a year on ex press companies doing business in Shel byville The companies paid the tax un der protest and at certain times of the year added one cent additional charges to packages in and out of the city to make up what they were compelled to pay in license thus shifting the license tax u nthe people of the city who shipped with them This made their charges greater than for shipments of similar distances to other points where the companies have offices The commission says that it Lf clear hat the express compames have charged at Shelbyville more than just find reasonable rates and by reason If the addition of one cent violate not July the statutes of the Commonwealth out its constitution as well H It fur her says that there can be no question Jut that defendants are common carders within the meaning of Section 218 jf the constitution and 820 of the statutes and that it is the duty of the Railroad Commission to enforce those taws against all common carriers whether railroad or express companies It is directed by the commissionthat a copy of the opinion be filed in the Shelby Circuit Court and With the grand jury of that county and the commission recommends that indictments be returned against the companies and that th1y be prqsecuted W J Wright Dismissed Kentucky Standard W J Wright was before Judge Daugherty Monday charge with shooting Mose Smither at Chaplin several weeks ago The affair grew out of alleged undue intimacy between Smither and Mrs Wright It was shown at the trial that Wright was not at fault and he was dismissed Mr Wright is at present in Louisville but will probably locate in California Mrs Wright is with her mother in Washington county One Dollar Saved Represents SIO tamed 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 Thatbeing the case he can not be too careful about unneces sary expenses Very often a few cents properly invested like buying seeds for his garden will save several altars out buyingChamberlains rhoea Remedy It costs but a few cents and a bottle of it in the house often saves a doctors bill of several dollars For sale by C J Hayden druggist Prof Edward S Wood of the Har vard Medical School is dead k s Died at Nazareth Marion Falcon Sister Joseph Mary formerly Miss Carrie Clements died of consumption at Nazareth Academy at 10 oclock Sunday morning sifter an illness of several months and her remains were interred in the community cemetery on Monday Deceased was a daughter of Mr Sam Clements and was born and reared in this city She was twentyeight years old and had been in the convent just three years and ten months Her life was a beautiful example to those who knew her and her many friends were grieved to learn of her death Deceased was a sister of Mr S E Clements of this place and was well known here Spoiled tier Beauty ThirtyFourthhad her beauty spoiled withskin trouble She writesulhad Salt Rheum orEc zema for years but nothing would cure it until I used Bucklens Arnica Salve A quick and sure healer for cuts burns Haydonsdrug Deaths of Two Soldiers Harrodsburg Herald Capt E W Ly en died last evening at 630 oclock at his residence on Cane Run avenue had been ill several months during tHe time he was a great sufferer was one of the best known and best liked men in the county a man of splendid impulses upright and honest to an unusual degree His death is deeply regretted and his loss will be felt by the whole community He was one of the few gallant Confederate sol diers left of the rapidly thining ranks and the Lost Cause was very near to heartAnother faithful old soldier with as big and true a heart as aver beat in hu man breast answered the last roll call Saturday evening last Mr Jacob Cret Robinson died at his home on Lex ington avenue aged seventysix He attended the recent Confederate reunion in Louisville and became ill and returned home Chamberlains COLIC CHOLERA AND Diarrhea Remedy thisremedywfllinvariably tack of diarrhea epidemicssuccess It can always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colic and chol succeatfml for morbusI and cholera children and is the means of saving the liver of natty children each year When reduced with water said sweetened it ii Ieeaaat to fie lIJaiealdkeepBuyito JtMAjM PRICK sse MIr pt1Jh1ttSs PEt0 Mle J- Sr tIS4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 IJ SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday July 19 1905 t ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor andPublisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 Six Months 0 Three Months prwriting to have your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper Igas well as the postoffice to whit youjWtsh it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET r LinerCouzrArroaarrT COCJTT CLERSW F Booker REPRESENTATIVE D Claybrooke SHERIFFT S Osbourne BupERiSTEXDEJCr OF SCHOOLSJ W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett Ass88oaTP OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCoRoXEILJ M Mont mervI The city feller buys a smile When he goes round to see- The funny mart make fun awhile deviltryBut where Theres nuthin o the sort We ketch our hahas in the air An laugh like fellers ort The Louisville Herald is making a most determined and hero ic fight to rescue the Republican party in Louisville from ex Dem ocrats from those fellows who elbowed lifelong and loyal Re publicans away from the pie counter and then unceremoniously swallowed everything insight The Herald sees danger ahead And indeed there IS danger aheadthe Very worstsorta slaughterhouse an open grave r and oblivionloWhenever apolitical party al lows a lot of renegades to dictate its policies and write 0its platforms whenever it hands over the reins of its organization to a gangof highwaymen who never had sense enough to eveh steal a office by robbing a ballot box while rampaging in the Darty of thei daddies and who were bundle- upand pitched out with the garb drivetn over an intoa cessp poolof political corruption tfie stench from which pukes gree flies and gags maggots These exDemocrats who have got into Republican pastures have proven themselves to be very dangerous leaders when it comes to getting into office b3r fhevotes of the people about ten out of ten they get th stuffin beaten out of em They x cant even go up Salt river without getting lost or turning the boat over hut when it comes to snatching federal pie from oldline Republicans they are adapts and are as greedy as lice on monkey end heres to The Herald may she shovel em out and then sprinkle lime where theyve been roosting aginifKeeps the tears from fallin faster an browIwhi goneThat to keep alivin on We would rather be a gall er dog crippled in the hindleg- stobeup in the front uns a bite fleas off the tip end of a bobtail than to be the Czar of Russ dodging bombs and getting whipped by Japan A toothless fellow cant tcfot a horn or whistle but he ought to be very thankful that he is possessed of humming accom plishments The fellow without visib means of support who refuses to go into the harvest field and help to save the wheat crop ofJa nation is a thief at large A GRIEVANCE The policy of The Sun in the Senatorial fight between Senator Blackburn and Judge Paynter has been one of laying low and saying nothing And by way of parenthesis we will say in the be welshallnow There are several reasons why we have failed to show a hand in the scrimmage Among them are these list It does the party no good for its newspapers to engage in heated advocacy of the candidacy of one Demo crat over another if both or all aspirants are honorable and capable men 2nd We have e ionJtoBlackburn or Judge Paynterf Candidly we have cared not one iota which one of these two distinguished gentlemen won the caucus nomination Bothare good men lifelong Democrats But we have a grievance A few days ago purely by chance we came across acopy of the Kentucky State Journal pub itched at Frankfort Ky which had ben mailed to somebody in Springfield In the Journal we readan article bluecircled credited to the Taylor County Enquirer in which is found the following extract from an inter view purporting to have come from Senator Blackburn If the machine in accordance with its of selfper tuation in office nominates Auditor S W Hager for JohnWYerkessaw Mr Yerkes recently a d told hIm that if Mr Hager was nominated I would be glad to announce him for Governor In the Cincinnati Enquirer of April 1 I last the above language together with a number ofother very absurd paragraphs ap peared The editor of The Sun clipped the interview and forwarded it t0 Senator Blackburn asking of its authenticity An immediate ply was received which is as fpl ws Versailles Ky April 20 1905J- Rogers Gore Esq Springfield Ky whichyourkindlatter I herein return You have doubtless seen before this through both myIthatnn had taken leave of my senses com pletely It was so absurd in some of reallydrii Jo c S BLACKBURN TfWe do not print the comment or the Taylor Enquirer on the paragraph printed above because factnthe author of the article does not once refer to the purported inter view but undertakes to instruct Democrats regarding Senator Blackburns disloyalty to thQ Democratic party In view of the fact that the writer fails td estick to his subject does it not look very much like thwhole purposof j little paragraph from an intern view which Senator Blackbtini has emphatically declared bogus We can not accuse Judge Pay n ter of having a hand in the production of suchcampaign thun der but it looks like the work of some of his fool friends unfortu natelyeveryman possesses them j Had the story from the Taylor Enquirer not been produced in cleit found its way into the Enquirer through an oversight of the edi tor we might have believed notsSenantor Blackburns denial Postisbutsinceit is reproduced inthe Kentucky Journal we are con strained to believe it to be the work jpf some very small politi cjan If it be true that Senator Black burn told Mr Yerkes he would announce him and support him for oughlet tucky to again elect him to the Senate But he has announced most emphatically that he said no such thing and there is no tYouGoods Clothing Shoes Hats etc Remember you cant buy at these prices aftert AuguststI fI 1121 F DAYS see yourself I Handsome Line Goods 1Cino G loth in solid colors 18c value Sale Price per yd lOcThis is a cloth for suits or separate like linen Beautiful Cotton Voiles 35c value Sate Price per yd 12cTable Linens Dress and Waist Linens at spec ial low for this sale I Bargains MattingsRugsI Ii good reason just at this time why should doubt Senator word So far as we know the to the Sena tor haye made no effort to prove that he did use the above lan guage If Judge friends can prove that Senator Black burn his to Mr Yerkes then they ought to come forthwith the but if they can not prove it it shows very conclusively that they are office ina very way Prove the or call it in Mr R W Brown editor of the Times has been unanimously chosen Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks of the United States This is not only up honor upon Mr Brown but upon as well The honor was never be upon a man than j Brown nor upon one who ever did more to the welfare of the order than the Ruler will do y We expect to our stock August land prior to That we will offer the ever seen We must reduce our immense stock We keep only high class merchandise and you can buy it from us at less than the Price of the shoddiest on the for the next 30 days Be wise and take advantage of this unusual opportunity REMEMBER THIS CUT PRICE TO EACH AND EVERY DE PARTMENT OF OUR STORE I We name on a few items from each Read lists for Wash Canvas skirtstooks I Napkins Towels prices anybody Blackburns opposition Paynters pledged support evidence honorable dishonorable interview managing Evening bestowed Kentucky stowed worthier Colonel promote newlyelected Exalted invoice datei greatest bargains market APPLIES prices DOMESTICDEPARTMENT Best brands Calico 4c Cheaper Calico 3cGood for Comforts Cotton 5c Trion yd wide cotton 6c ydCALL VANCING BUY NOW i Table oil cloth per yd 15c I The Deepest Will be made in Mens Boys Clothing Some genuine bargains 25 per cent discount on mena odd pants All new goods We bought too manv SHIRTS We are going to sell the welltnown FOUNTAIN SHIRT for 98c This is one of the best fine shirts for men that is possible to buy Comes in all the new shades and in white Negligee and dress style We haye it also in the new coat which is a great trickttIwiWweather All at reduced prices In dia Linens Persian Lawns French Lawns Swisses Mulls Organdies etc etc See our spec 4cial India Linen C Ladies Dress Skirts CostDMens Ladies Childrens shoes at Re ducedPiices during this sale Last week a few farmers engaged in a twodays crow hunt out in Illinois which resulted in 1131 crows being slaughtered This is one instance in which the hunters have a right to crow over the game they bagged way a little roughs but it wont lead you into the penitentiary Judge John H Westover who left Kentucky a few years ago and went to Oregon to engage ini the newspaper business is knocking at the door of the Old Ken tucky Home He like hundreds of other Kentuckians cant stay away In other words he got westover Just about harvest time viola tions of the vagrancy law are more apparent than at any other time HILLSBORO Most all of the farmers are busy stacking wheat and rye or clea ing the weeds out of their rops Misses Zelma and Nellie McIlvoy Myrtle Armstrong and Sarah Shields spent Sunday with Miss Judith Mont gomery Mr J M Montgomery and wife attendedchurch at Pleasant Grove Sun day Mr Ben Mcllvoy and wife visited MrF M Shewmaker Sunday Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton and Messrs Hugh and Mitt Leachman attended the icecream supper at Fen wick Saturday Rev W E ren county ment IMrs J D Miss Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker attended church at Mack ville Sunday Messrs Erastus Shields and Sabe Coulter were in the Mackville neigh- borhoodS nday Mrs Pearlie Sutherland and Miss Mamie Merritt visited at Willisburg Sunday t LONG RON d The singing at Aunt Emily Coca naughers was a success Brother Charley Hudson was the leader The n meeting wjll be held at Beach Grove next Sunday evening Increas ing intereet is shown in these meetings as the summer advances The many friends of Rev A M6bkyr 12HDAYS department Cut lDress and oodsl toG 15C 15Cduced38 in Mohairs all colors 4OCreg 60c val Sale Price 45Cvalues 3BCvalues50 in all wool blk serge S9G125 value Sale Price 21 in check silks 125 value 90CSale Price 19in check silk 50c values 39GSale Price Many other attractionsin this departmentI s AF- lrst class Shirt for v We will price of 4 4BcIregular is to t ROBERTSON BROTHERS SPRINGFIELD KYi itowihan Hoosier IThe straightforward nightj FOR of Powers Store Casey county will be pained to learn of his death Truly a good man has gone to his reward Mr Pete Milbiirn while at work on his barn jumped upon an eightpenney nail whicn made a bad wound in his foot While Mr Milburn is not more yourtfrom carlessness Mrs Mattie Harmon began teaching the Deep Creek school last week She is one of our best teachers Mr James Bottom our Deep Creek merchant is very feeble in health Mr Charley Coyle bought some good fat ewes from Mr J 11 COyle at 31 cents a Our farmers lire so far behind with their work but we have the best pros pect for a good corn crop that we have had for years Nearly every stalk will bear two and three ears As John G longbrightgreen and fair The wet weather has caused the death of many young turkeys Turkeys ought to be worth at lem t 15 cents at selling time any year but 20 cents would no more than pay out this yearAll things considered Wwhiacton county is one of the best pJacOft earth in which to live and every ass oogfettoold Washington a f 1eg THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905t i 5 t 4 AT YOUR iPRICEHATSStoreI F At Mrs Williams Millinery until the stock now on hand is ex ihausted 11 The latest things in skirts at Anice line of toilet arti Ithe lowest prices dies Ask about them 11 j Local News Notes Go to Carpenters for lamb chops Fruit Jarsextra rubbers and caps at John C Shaders For a fine drink try our special mix for ICED TEA Hagan Bros A Fruit jars extra tops arid rubbers at Hagan Bros Buy your meat at Carpenters meat i market If you want nice dishes go to Hagan BrosILOGS FOR saw logs for sale Beech and poplar Call on M B Hardin Springfield Rt 1 If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office Hagan Bros will continue to dispose of the Illuminated Gold Pattern Dishes iat the prices quoted- Freshlycaught o fish at Carpenters every Thursday evening 0 The prices on the Special Dish Sale will be continued at HaganBros through this month- WArTEDSPring Chickens Best prices also hams and side m otat J J A Shaders It is announced that seventeenyear locusts have made their appearance in Eastern Kentucky 4HAMS WANTEDF T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of coun try hams FortyHours Prayer will begin at St Deminics church next Sunday July 23 with High Mass REV P F HENNESY Pastor Hagan Bros invite you to come and see the prettiest line of Chinaware and cut glass ever shown in Springfield t Just iL receivedISb rigfieldwant to buy a lot ofcoun try hairs MEETING POSTPONED un account of the death of the Pastors mother the announced to IIhasSTOCK BOUGHT Mr B F Simms bought three mules and five head of cattle from Mr Ben Edwards last week He also boughta mule from Mr Nelson and two from T William Simms last week- PHOTOGRAPHSAll who want Photo graphs made should come at once I will 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 Dr J H Hopper of Mackville has bought the residence of Dr J B Ro BartJs on street and will move to Springfield about August 15 where he will locate permanently for the practice of his profession Dr Lawrence the veterinary forms The Sun that he has been called to treat quite a number of cases of influenza among horses and cattle during the past few weeks The exceed ingly wet weather caused the prevalence of the disease We are requested to announce that Rev J C Hoskinson will fill his regu lar appointments at Pleasant Run and Texas on next Sunday afternoon and evening He failed to meet the appointment on last fourth Sunday bec- aUse of sickness in his family i Gen John B Castleman sold to Allen Bros of Harrodsburg 210 acresof his farm near Shakertown including this years for 12000 Mr S O Milton sOld to James M Hourigan of Marion his 130 acre farm o A the Perryville pike near Harrodeburg at 65 an acre The W T Ewing Real Estate Agency JDadetthsales t NOTICE A story has gained circulation that I intended leaving Springfield This report was doubtless started be cause I expressed desire to dispose of my residence and did dispose of it I want it understood that I am afix ture here expect to remain and have not even the remotest idea that I will RoBARDSI rAmeeting of the Washington County Fair Company to be held in Springfield August 23 24 25 and 26 proms be the greatest meeting held in yearS Many new attrtctions have been addedand the premium lists abound with Jgeral offers On the first day of the Fair ladies will be admitted free and on the second day all the schoolchildren will fy admitted free of charge Write for catalogue or afay desirdd information Address IC Kimball secretary Springfield Ky oaaaai ao a O Dt Personal Notes f 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA 0Round Up of the Week JPersonal News tf 0QacaMrs R H Shader was in Lebanon Friday MrLC F Ha don was in Lebanon Monday Mr BD Lake vas in Louisville last weekL f i Miss Pearl Edelen is visiting friends in Louisville Mr H B McElroy was in Lexington last week The Misses Price are the guests of Miss Alice McElroy Miss Susie Penn of Sadieyille is visiting friends here Mr Richard Wathen of Bardstown is here for a short visit Mr Will F Simms condition remains about the same Mrs Ellen Wright of Danville is visiting Mrs J F Greene Little Donald Campbell is quite ill at present of typhoid fever Miss Minnie McClellan is visiting friends in Lebanon this week Miss Slitz of Louisville is the of Mrs R H Shader Mr Manget of Louisville visited friends here this week and last Miss Mattie Roney of St Marys is the of Miss SarahSimms IMasters Robert andWa rre n McClellan were in Lebanon Sunday 1Miss Ruby Lampton of Leitchfield- is visiting her parents at this place Mrs J W Lewis has returned from a visit to friends at Louisville Mrs E E Miller who was thought- to be improving IS reported worse Miss Jennie Redding has returned from a visit to her sister at Lebanon Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon spent Monday with her parents here =Mr R Y McElroy of Lebanon is visiting his aunt Mrs I H Thurman Mrs Rodman of Shelby ville is a guest at the home of Judge Thurman lies Grace Gruber of Shelbyville JonesIandILouise Haydon were in Lebanon Satur day Mr Oaso Stanley of Bardstown was here the first of the week on busi ness Mr James Boswell and family are visiting Mr Boswells relatives in In diana Mr Sam Cotvia son of Mr S T Colvin is ill at his home here of typhoid fever Mrs Ben T Head of Madison Ind is a guestfat the W CMcChord home 7 annChester wer hereSunday i Mr Marshal Dun ari is at home t from Virginia where he has been attending school Mr H M Moss who is spending the summer in Virginia is here for a short visit to friends Mr R H Mullican of Frankfprt who has been quite ill is at the home of his parents here Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel of Tay lorsville are visiting at the home of Mr R C Boblitt Mrs James Chescheir of Ft Scott Kansas is here visiting her mother Mrs E F Mayes Mr and Mrs C H McIntire and children returned home Monday from a visit to relatives in Meade county Mrs Powell find Miss Bohon of Houstonville spent Monday at the home of Mr E S Mayes Sr Quite a crowd of Lebanon Masons were here last evening to attend a meeting of the Chapter at this place Misses Fanny Wall and Stella Simms accompanied the remains of Mrs Quinn to Columbus Ga for burial Miss Rodman and Master Ray Thurman have returned from West Point where they have been visiting relatives Hon W D Claybrooke and J C n and Misses Mary Lewis and Liz zie Waters are spending the day at Tatham MrsL M Gore of Hocrenville was called here this week by thb serious illness of her little grandson Roger Gore Jr L Mrs JC Shader Mrs T C Con way and Miss Katie Cain iattended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Hagan at Fairfield yesterday Mrs Raybourne of Mackville was here this week to visit Mrs B D Lake who is recovering from an at ack of typhoid fever iMrs T Dudley Wells who has been very ill during the past two months has sufficiently recovered to visit her mother at Taylorsville Mrs M A Wortham and Mrs S Tabb of Sonora Hardin county spent several days here this week W their brother Dr J H Lampton ithI Misses Agnes Stoker of and Mae Tighe of Louisville who have been the guests of Miss Myrtle Price for several days have returned to their home Miss Katie Hertlien entertained anumber of her friends last Wednes day evening Refreshments wexe served and the evening vas most enjoyably spent MciNTIRE Our correspondent being very much indisposed at this writing has not been able to find out just what all the neigh bors are doing Mr R A McIntire is quite sick at this time- Mr and Mrs Manie Alvey visited at Lor tto on Sunday IrLee WUlett and family ofi Fredrickstown were guests of Mr and IIMrville on Mrs SundayIthe Mr Edna Edelen has opened her scliool at Blincoe and Flora Keene is II teaching at Pleasent Run Mrs Susie Corbett of Bardstown is the guest of her daughter Mrs Emmett Kelty We cfifort on get up new phone lines one to Blincoe ana Gass burg and one in this and the Clements ville neighborhood t wasIGraves brothers for 700 Mr PM Kelty and Mrs Ed Ked well were called to Louisville by tha death of their brother Mr William Lon Ferrell of Holy Cross is visiting her brother Mr J R Wil liams MTZION The rain seems tobe over for a time and we are having some fair weather nowQuite a number of young tolks from here attended Childrens Services at Chaplin Sunday evening School will begin at Mount Zionnext Monday with Miss Nora Bonta as teacherMr Grume visited Mr Pey ton Briggs Jr Saturday and Sunday Mrs Ella Tewmey from Lexington is visiting her parents Mrs Kate Williams attended the quarterly meeting at Chaplin Sunday Mrs Mary Hall of Louisville is spending two weeks with her mother Mrs Baily Pinkston Mrs Maud Bishop of Springfield was the guest of her aunt Mrs R A Russell last Tuesday Bontaewere the guests of the Misses Goodlett Subscribe for The Sup 100 year I SEMIANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE 4 IWe will until August 1st next make reductions in our entirestock and make the sweepingI I Especially low prices for Saturday July 22 and Monday July 24 oi the following goods Calicoes SAC A F C Gingham 7c J Best Apron Gingham5c1- 2c Ducks 6c Scotch Lawns 3kc ICO T IHI ING I Lawns and Organdies 20c 25a values 1ILawns 12e and 15c values Voiles 15c values t lOc Madras Shirting Joe and 20c t valuesvr lOc l1li C I L 0 I HI NIG I I Q7We are overstocked in mens fine suits and II= f t ft I1 Mens Linen suits SI511 1 Childs Linen suits 75c IworthI If you need clothing dont fail to see these goods They are in the main manufactured by Hart Schoffner and Marx and H A Seinsheimer Cop both firms the makers of the finest goods Our stock of Furnishings will be offered at SACRIFICE prices during is sale consisting of Underwear Shirts Hosiery Fans Belts c We will 1one lot of shirts worth 75c and SIOO for Ith 25c and 35cCALL AND SEE THESE SHIRTS THEY ARE BARGAINS sIWe will give 38J per cent off of 33 13 per cent off regular price of any Wall Paper in house You will have a large I Ifrom which to select We are offering special inducements in Carpets Lace Curtains and Shades 1are offering very cheap our stock ofCanvas Shoes and Oxfords r IWe Women and Children Mens WomeTjs Boys and Childrens Patent Oxfords at reduced prices f 1NCIJI I r trt iAL jj I j r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 tl BIG MOB GATHERED Attempted to Lynch a Colored Man Implicated in Murder of a Vhite Voman THE TROOPS HELD IN READINESS Congressman Bnrnett and Judge Disque Made Addresses to the Crowd and They Dispersed The WouldBe Lynchers lacked a Leader and This Alone Itis Be l lieved Prevented Bloodshed at Gadsden Ala Montgomery Ala July l7At 10 I oclock Sunday night Gov Jelks re I ceived the following telegram from Gadsden Ala I My jail and prisoners confined I therein threatened by mob Prisqnera 14in jail charged with rape and murder white woman Need military as stance Answer The governor immediately telegraph ed Capt L R Raney cqmmanding the Gadsden company of the state troops to place his company at the disposal of the sheriff and to keep the executive office advised of further developments A mob of 300 people gathered on Broad street in Gadsden at dark and marched on the jan demanding that the doors be opened One young man had the rope ready to swing Vance Gardner one of the negroes implicated in the killing Sheriff Chandler and Judge J H Disqu were prepared for them Company C with First Lieut JL R Brindley in charge was called cut and had pickets out Congress man Burnett and Judge Disque made mobtI bloodshed as Lleut Brindley with liis men Sheriff Chandler and Judge 4 Disque are determined to protect the negroes The coroners jury has been in session all day and has just ad journed until 3 oclock Monday after Boon 6The Story of the Crime The negroes in the Gadsden Jail are Vance Gardner Will Johnson Ed Johnson Bunk RlcharSon Jeff Alford antl Fannie Mayo The victim of the criminal assault and murder which they are alleged to have committed was Mrs S J Smith White a widow The deed was committed Saturday night but was not discovered until an early hour next morning when one of the negroes now under arrest Vance Gardenr reported that he had found the dead body of Mm Smith Chief of Police White and several officers went at once to the scene and discovered the nude body of the woman lying partly concealed in some bushes by the roadside about threequarters of a mile from Gadsden The evidence obtainable shows that Mrs Smith was attacked on the upper sIde of the road and after having been fepeatedly assaulted was Dragged by her hair down an embankment over rgckg and stumps into the clump of bushes where slie was left after efforts had been made to conceal her body Her shoes fino sTockings VeY found nearby having been toni from her and her false teeth were nearby in the road The womans neck was brokenJThe ground at the scene of the crime showed that the woman had put up a desperatf struggle for life and honor and a pair of scissors and a case knife were close to her body weapons which she had evidently used against her as sailants A PRIVATE MURDERED L Murderer Escaped Notwithstanding He Had Been Terribly Beaten Baltimore July IT Private Patrick Cummings of Company E United States engineer corps was murdered by Hayes Donaldson of this city at a landing place on Curtis creek near this city The murderer escaped not withstanding that he had been beaten into insensibility and4eft on the wharf for dead by Cummings companions Cummings and a number of other sol diers were returning on a launch to that place on the creeR from this city to the rifle range at Glen Burnle where their company is stationed Donaldson who was one of several civilian passengers Is said to have created a disturbance by criticising the army and when he reached the wharf of the farm where he Is employ ed told the engineer jofjLhe launch to wait a jloublebarreled shotgun he returnled jnhffted into the launch and fired both barrels appar ently at random Cummlngs was the only one hit Two Boys D owned I f Milwaukee July 17 Thomas Mc Fadden 15 and William Franz 14 were drowned in the Menominee river while bathing McFadden was drawn down by an undercurrent and Franz while attempting to rescue him met a similar fate I Two Men Drowned Dallas Center la July 17 Charles Bnrchett and Charles Stevens both Sons of prominent farmers were I drowned In the Coon river west of SlereThe young men were fishing when their boat was upset Two Brothers Drowned Olathe Kan July 1CGeorge and William Gibbons brothers were 4rbwned while bathing in a lake near fcere George Gibbons was seized with dam and hla brother went to his I eCUL- T RAILROAD COMMISSION It HoldsThat Express Companies Are Common Carriers Frankfort Ky July 14The Ken tucky railroad commission holds that under Section 218 of the constitution of the state the express companies doing business in the state are common carriers as are railroad corporations and that it Is within its province to regulate their rates where charges lire made that said rates are exorbitant The ruling is announced in a case from Shelby county where the city ot Shelbyville closed a license tax of 25 a year lon the Adams and Southern Express Cos and they retaliated by addIng one cent to the charge on each package in and out of the town at ccr tain times during the year The citi zens complained under the long and short haul clause of the constitution The commission sustains them in the complaint and recommends that the matter be Investigated by the Shelby county grand jury and the companies prosecuted If they continue to collect additional charge NEPHEW WILL DIE His Uncle Sank a Knife Into His J Body Louisville Ky July 14 Because Nunce Carso one of the wcalthiest Italians in Louisville struck his sis ter Mrs Casper Hare of 415 Second street with his fist at his fruit store her son Andrew Hare asked for an explanation and was stabbed four times by his uncle Ilare is dying Carso sank a butcher knife into his nephews back abdomen and both arms During the affray several Italians ran into the place and all were fight ing when the police arrived HUBBY GONE FOR TEN YEARS The Judge Declared Mrs Hemingray a Single Woman Louisville Ky July HJudge Kir by entered a judgment restoring Mrs LIda Hemingray to the rights of a sin gle woman and incidentally recalling the disappearance of her husband Reuben Hemingray on September 23 1890 The court held that as Hemin gray has never been heard from he Is presumed to be dead Hemingray was a tobacco dealer He left here to go to Chicago Since Hemingrays disap- pearanCe Mrs Hemingray has earned a living by teaching school A Land of Plenty Barbourvllle Ky July 14 Farmers say that not for years has there been such a crop of oats In this part of the state as this year Every planter seems to have an abundance Corn Is looking fine everywhere The crop of small fruit is abundant this season all through the mountains Chief Hill Renominated Paris Ky July 14In the democratic primary George M Hill the incumbent chief of police defeated Offi cer J C Elgin by a majority of about 128 in a light vote of possibly 560 city ticket for mayor and I11eI having no oppposition polled the vote Iap il I- Swallowed Laudanum Louisville Ky July 14 Conscience stricken and nearly distracted over having left a happy home and kind parents in Indianapolis a girl giving the name of Gertrude Carr 18 swallowed laudanum In her room at arai sort She Is not yet out of danger Succumbed To His Wounds Mayking Ky July 14HenT ams moonshiner outlaw one of the men shot in the battle on Elkhorn creek In Eastern Letcher county is dead Adams confessed that he fired the first shot upon the revenue men headed by Deputy Marshal Potter Fought With a Burglar Louisville Ky July HIn a duel with a burglar Dr O R Reesor was shot In theshoulder During the fusil lade Dr Reesor fired twice and the burglar three times One of the bul lets fired by the burglar was found im bedded in the kitchen door Willful Murder Charged Dixon Ky July 14An indictment was returned by the grand jury here against Sirs Emma Roach Rich Cren shaw and Robert Orenslmw who kftl1 ed Gohlston Teague at Providence this county on June20 charging them with willful murder Organized a New Bank ML Vernon Ky July 14J tHutcheson of the Citizens bank of Broadhead Ky has organized a bank at Kirksville Madison county com posed of the following officers J T Cox president Clay Blakeman vice president His Skull Was Broken Lancaster Ky July 14 Thomas Barr of Wilmore Ky a salesman for a gas engine company of Winchester Ky while exhibiting an engine at toe fair grounds was struck on the head by a piece ofrnachinery- Wheat Damaged By Rain Lexington Ky July 14Wheat In this section haseen badly damaged by the continuous rain and several growers here predict that the crop will be cut short by many thousands ofj bushels Related To President Bucharian Covington Ky July HMrs Geo A Mitchell of 709 Greenup street who waa related by bipod to a president of the United States and a presidential candidate died at the age of 72 years Neither Sweden nor Norway can claimIf war should come that she was hit when the wasnt ready W Wi BLACK MAR Commander in Chief of Grand Army of Republic Expires in Boise Ida HE SUCCUMBED TO NEPHRITIS The Body Will Be Embalmed and Taken to the Home of tho Family at Boston The General Arrived at Boice July 10 on a Tour of Visits To Grand Army Posts Through the Northwest Boise Ida July 17Gen W W Blackmar commanderinchief of the Grand Army of the Republic died here of nephritis His wife was with him during his illness The body will be embalmed and taken to the home of the family at Boston The general arrived on July 10 on a tour during which he in tended to visit Grand Army posts through the northwest He was ill when he arrived and gradually failed The seriousness of his condition was kept from the public at the request of his wife Gen Blackmar was born July 25 1841 at Bristol Pa He enlisted in the 15th Pennsylvania cavalry and sub sequently joined the First West Virginia He served with distinction through the war and at Five Forks was promoted on the field by Gen Custer to thei rank of captain Throughout three administrations those of Govs Long Talbqtt and Rice he was judge advocate general of Massachusetts At the last national encampment of the G AR he was elect ed commanderinchiefIHis Successor Boston July 17Except to two or three officials of the Grand Army the pews of the death of Gen Black mar was received with great cur prise in this city The home of Gen Blackmar was in this city and since his elevation to the position of com manderinchief the headquarters of the organization has been here Gen Blackmar is succeeded by John R King of Washington senior vice commander Two weeks ago the commanderin chief broke down and was ordered to his bed in his summer home at Hing ham by his physicians At the time his indisposition however was regard ed as slight On July 6 Gen Black mars condition had apparently im proved and it was decided to him to continue his Visits to west rnidepartments which he had begun ly in the year- Assistant Adjt Gen E B StlHings commander of Kinsley Post 113 of this city of which Gen Blackmar was a member will leave Boston for the Blackmlrlinprobably will be held in this city A Brave Soldier Hingham Mass July 17The news of the leathof Gen Blackmar was entirely unexpected by the residents ot Hingham w ere Gen Blackmar lived during the summer months Former Secretary of the Navy John Long said iam pained beyond expression to learn of the untimely death of Gen Blackmar The town of Hingham has lost a faithful and conscientious citizen and the Grand Army of the Republic has sustained an irreparable loss in the death of one of the many brave soldiers who fought for the union SENATOR CLARKS CONDITION He Continues To Rally Satisfactorily From the Result of An Operation New York July 17 United States Senator William A Clark of Montana continues to rally satisfjffctorily from the operation which ho underwent fur the removal of an abscesSof the brain ibo strength which thought him through a fairly comfortable night continued throughout the day and the physicians in attendance said that the senators condition was such as was to be expected following a delicate and grave operation While the informa tion made public is all in favor of the patient the gravity of the senators condition is not withheld from the family They are aware that it will be at least four days before his ulti mate safety can be assured Cousin of Gen Wood Killed Weston Mass July 17By the liE chargo ora shotgun which he had loaded for the rpose of shooting stray cats Thomas 14Hagar a cousin of Maj Gen Leonard Wood was in stantly killed The top qt his head was blown off Gen B M Thomas Expires Dalton Ga July 17Gen B M Thomas died at his home in this city Peritonitis was the immediate cause of his death He was a graduate of West Point and a distinguished briga dier geheralln the confederate army Secretary Loebs Outing Oyster Bay N Y July 17Secre tary and Mrs Loeb left Oyster Bay for a months sojourn in and near the Yellowstone National park They will make brief stops at Chicago and at Minneapolis WellKnown Chess Player Dead Pittsburg July 17John Lindsay McCutcheon a lawyer clubman and chess patron died at his residence aged 48 He was one of the best known chess players pf America WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have a job of work done have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or If yon go away from home to have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he has known you for years he is your friend be doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a m mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may come back again but send it to one of the big mail oider houses and it will buy accent cigars fur some millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honor able men When you want to makes purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist faints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Dealers In Dry Goods Shoes Etc and at the most jt W Dealer In Ice Beer Etc 1 DealerIn L and Done on Short Notice Dealers In Dry Goods Boots and Shoes Dealers Ti ware Stoves Etc Ed M Fine line Clocks Etc BOYS r Want a WatchI Here is the way to get GOOD Go out your and and get 4 FOURIACa- sh Subscriptions to Springfield S we the The is an one guaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face as the cut this These are being carried by men all over the boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out work or to play and boy in in County can get one if he will only devote a few hours to Write to your friends who live in other and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cash and get the watch SPRINGFIELD L N Trams Arrives at Springfield at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstpwn Junctn Leaves Louisville Outgoing Trains Leaves Springfieldl Leaves Bardstown Leaves Arrives at Louisville ROBERTSON BROS Clothing CWNOE Blacksmittiing Repairing reasonable prices Hagan t Groceries Vegetables WE Leachman Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments James Graves Watchmaker Jeweler Repairing Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Clothing McElroy Shultz In Hardware Russell Jeweler Watches Silverware Do You oneA ONE among neighbors friends Yearly The n- and will give you watch timepiece excellent stemwind stemset nickelcasejust in advertisement represents watches business country Every to Every every community Washington soliciting counties explaining Subscribers THE SUN and Railroad Time Table Incoming Arrives Bardstown Junctn Suny only No 91 825 p m 735 650 600 DailyNo t 525 a m 617 703j Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930 730u Suny only No 90 715 am 800U 45U 93I 705pni 552 502 410u Daily No44120pm 220 U 410 p m 545 p m I THE SUN 1 PER YEAR j Dr W F Trusty Practical Dentist j tID guaranteedrOffice over Haydon Barber j J Dr J1 M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY4 l All Dental Work Strictly First KjlOfficej B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in theworld Your solicited Dr J IL LAMPTONt OFFICE In Opera House 3 Springfield JKentucky DR J MUDB 4 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY f OFFICE J HAYDOSS Office Hours 12 M to 2Jp au I T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washinztoia and in the onrtof Appeal and Federal Courts f C C McCIIORD 4 jATTYATLAW 1 Springfield Ky Will practice in an State and FederalCotzrts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW jj Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington and and in the courts tAp peals i W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will prautice in the courts of Washington and c unti and in court Appeals H E WALTER ATTYATLAW jSpringfield Kentucky practicinjoining counties S S S USEMARK5s CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbersi EcDoo9jS DIRECTORY SpringfleIdKy catlettSheriDeputfesEMasters field Richard Isham Maoville R H ilfi FourthhioUdayLCounty Court B L Litsev ij Wl F CountyAttornoreach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each month SpringfteldfirstTuonnty Treasurer Robe Noe Other County Officials Jas F Moore Ear OBriandeputyJ L r METHODIST Kev J C Hoaldnson tumdaysineaclimonthatllamand mPrayernnessyPa1toroclock a m Services at St Rose same hours tSitusTiAX CBCRCB Eld W P Walden Pas Sundaymeach LatinienPastorand p m School at10 ThUrsdayeveningat WitIiamsSundayneSday evenine at 8 0 clock f NoJ0PoUandSecrat Societies Masonic Springfield Lode EMayamad Third Monday nights in each month Hodapp Miller ICo Springfield w Subscribe for The San 100 Jar iiI j l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 t i 4J y J + t COAL i ionly have three brands THEY ARE THE BEST Imperial Jellico Birds Eye Cannel Italian Blue Gem These are the best they have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ex cellent Fill your coal house now a i to JtrL PRODUCE M H Jtit m B6e Wings of The Morning By LOUIS TRACY Copyright 1903 by Edward J Clode Then I must congratulate you Miss Deane Hou are fated to endure adventures Having escaped from the melodramatic perils of Rainbow island you are destined to experience another q variety of shipwreck here H left them Not a word had Robert spoken throughout the unexpected scene His heart was trobbing with a tremendous Joy and his lordships neers were lost on him But he could Snot fail to note the malignant purpose of the parting sentence In his quietly masterful way be placed his hand on the baronets shoulder 1 What did Lord Ventnor mean be askedSir Arthur Deane answered with a calm smile 4It Is difficult to talk open lyat this moment Wait until we reach the hotel The news flew fast through the set tlement that her majestys ship Orient had returned from her long search far the Sirdar The warship occupied her asua anchorage and a boat was low red to take off the passengers The boat swung off into the tideway Her progress shoreward was watched by a small knot of people mostly loungers and coolies Among them however were two persons who had driven rapidly to the landing place when the arrival of the Orient was reported One bore roll the distinguishing marks of the army officer of tyigh rank but the other was unmistakably a globe trotter The older gentleman made no pretense that he could hear the east acallinV He swore impar tially at the climate the place and its Inhabitants At this instant he was 4n a state of sild excitement He was very tall very stout exceedingly red facedProducing a tremendous telescope beI vainly endeavored to balance it on the shoulder of a native servant Cant you stand still you blithering idiot he shouted after futile attempts sto focus the advancing boat or shall I steady you with a clout over the arr His companion the army mad was looking through a pair of Held glasses By Jove he cried I can see Sir Arthur Deane and a girl who looks like his daughter Theres that internal scamp Ventnor tpO The big man brushed theservant out of his way and brandished the telescope as though It were a bludgeon The dirty beggar He drove my lad to misery and death yet he has come hack safe and sound Walt till I meet ihlm Ill Now Anstruther Remember your promise I wilt deal with Lord Vent mor My vengeance has first claim What By the Jumping Moses I do belIeve Yes It is Anstruther Tour nephew is sitting next to the sgirl The telescope fell on the stones with crash The giants rubicund face suddenly blanched He leaned on his friend for Support You are not mistaken be almost whimpered Look again for Gods sake man Make sure before you speak Tell nfe Tell me Calm yourself Anstruther It is Robert as sure as Im alive Dont you think I know him my poor disgraced friend whom I like the rest cast off In his hour of trouble But 1 had some excuse There There I didnt mean that old fellow Robert himself will be the last man to blame either of us- Who could have suspected that two peopleone of them God help me my wifewould concoct such a hellish plotThe boat glided gracefully alongside the steps of the quay and Playdon sprang gracefully ashore to help Iris to alight What happened Immediate ly afterward can best be told in his own words as he retailed the story to an appreciative audience in the ward room We had Just landed he said and L i Buy It- Mow z And + + + Save + + Money + 4I + I + some of the crew were pushing the coolies out of the way when two men jumped down the steps and a most fiendish row sprang upthat is there was no dispute or wrangling but one chap who It turned out was Colonel Costobell grabbed Ventnor by the shirt front and threatened to smash his face in If be didnt listen then and there to what he had to say I really thought about interfering until I heard Colonel Costobells opening words After that I would have seen the r neytrllkedno go ahead with the yarn growled the first lieutenant Well it seems that Mrs Costobell is dead She got enteric a week after the Orient sailed and was a goner in four days Before she died she owned upHe paused with a base eye to effect Not a man moved a muscle All right he cried I will make no more false starts Mrs Costobell begged her husbands forgiveness for her treatment of him and confessed that she and Lord Ventnor planned the affair for which Anstruther was tried by court martial It must have been a beastly business for Costobell was sweating with rage though his words were icy enough And you ought toihave seen Ventnors face when he heard of the depositions sworn to and signed by Mrs Costobell and by severI al Chinese servants whom he bribed to give false evidence He promised to marry Mrs Costobell if her husband died or in any event to bring about a divorce when the Hongkong affair bad blown over Then she learned that be was after Miss Iris and there Is no doubt her fury helped on the tecrICostobell said that for his wifes sake he would have kept the wretched thing secret but he was compelled to clear Anstruthers name especially asf he came across the other old Johnnlei Pompey you are Incoherent with ex citement Who is the other old Johnnie asked the first luff severely Didnt I tell you Why Anstruthers uncle of course a heavy old swell with Just n touch of Yorkshire In his tongue gathered that he disinherited his nephew when the news of the court martial reached him Then he relented and cabled to him Getting no news he came cast to look for him He met Costobell the day after ll1eI lady died and the two vowed to be revenged on Ventnor and to clear An struthers character living or dend Poor old cbapHe cried like a baby when he asked the youngster to for give him It was quite touching Well Costobell shook Veutnor off at ITS SO GOOD AND PURE That Ite Use Soon Becomes A FAMILY HABIT Pnrncftmpli Introduced Into the home soon iMHoinis a family Jwbit bwaiiso it mil hClStCl with surf pleasing results for so many purposes that it does nut take long for every member of the fatally to find out Its unusual merits Xo remedy for hurts aches sores and pales comes so nearly biing every buys faithful friend as Iaru cuinph Containing no poisonous drugs or narcotics It can be used without danger by either child or adult Be ing cooling soothing external remedy no harmful results to the rftomach or nerves attends its use Paracampli cures fathers rheumatism and rests and soothes his tired aching feet it euros Mothers Neuralgia and Tooth ache it beautifies Big Sisters complexion and softens the skin it cures Little Sisters chapped hands lips and face it in the finest dressing for Big Brother to use after shaving It cures Little Brothers Bruises Scratches Bumps and Bursts it cures Babys Croup Sore Throat dialing Itching or Burning Skin The Paracampli bot tle is a fountain of joy to whirl everyone can apply for relief from any and all aches and pains Do you keep it in yopr house If not why not You need K every day and should it full to dohut we claim for It your drug gist will refund your money Dont hesitate take home a bottle today Sold only In 25c f0c and 100 bottles The Paracamph company Louisville Ey U S A f v lws last with the final observation that Anstruthers court martial has been quashed The next batch of general orders will reinstate him in the regi ment and it rests with him to decide whether or not a criminal warrant shall be issued against his lordship for conspiracy What did Miss Deane do Clung to Anstnither like a weeping angel and kissed everybody all round when Ventnor got away Well hande off I mean her father Anstruther and the stout uncle Unfortunately I was not on in that scene But for some rea sou they all nearly wrung my arm oft and tile men wero so excited that they gave the party a rousing cheer as their rickshaws event off in a bunch The next commotion arose In the hotel when Sir Arthur Deaue seized the first opportunity to explain the predicament iJi which his company was placed and the blow which Lord Vent nor yet had It in his power to deal Mr William Anstruther was an iu terested auditor Robert would have spoken but his uncle restrained him Leave this to me lad he ex claimed Wheu I was coming here in the Sirdar there was a lot of talk about Sir Arthurs scheme and ther should not be much difficulty In rais ing all the brass required if half what I heard be true Sit you down Sir Ar thur and tell us all about It The shipowner required no second bidding With the skill tor which he was noted he described his operations in detail telling how every farthing of the first Installments of the two great loans was paid up how the earnings of his fleet would quickly overtake the deficit In capital value caused by the loss of the three ships and how in six months time the leading financial houses of ondon Paris and Berlin would be offering him more money than he would need To a shrewd mnn of business the project could not fall to commend itself and the Yorkshire squire though a trifle obstinate in temper was singu larly clear headed in other respects He brought his greatfist down on the table witlra whack Send a cable to your CQinpany Sir Arthur be cried and tell them that your prospective son Inlaw will provide the 10000 you require I will see that his draft Is honored You can add If you like that another ten will be ready if wanted when this lot is spent I did my lad one deuced bad turn In my life This time I think 1 am doing him a good one You arG Indeed said Iris father enthusiastically The unallotted capi tal he is taking up will be worth four times its face value in two years All the more reason to make blsI holding twenty instead of ten roared the Yorkshireman But look here You talk about dropping proceedings against that precious earl whom I saw today Why not tell him not to try any funny tricks until Roberts money is safely lodged to your ac count We have him in our power Dash it all let us use him a bit Even Iris laughed at this naive sug gestIou It was delightful to think that their arch enemy was actually helping the baronets affairs at that very moment and would continue to do so until he was flung aside as being of no further value Although Ventnor himself had carefiily avoided any formal commitment the cablegrams awaiting the shipowner at Singapore showed that confidence had already been restored by the uncontradicted use of his lordships name Robert at last obtained a hearing You two are quietly assuming thee attitude of the tlnanclul magnates of thIs gathering he said I must ad mit that you have managed things very well between you and I do not propose for one moment to Interfere with your arrangements Nevertheless Iris and I are really the chief moneyed persons present You spoke of financial houses In England and on the continent backing up your loans six months hence Sir Arthur You need not go to them cwlU be your bankersThe laughed with a whole hearted gayety that revealed whence Iris got some rpurt at least of her bright disposition Will you sell your island Robert he cried 1 am afraid that not even Iris could wheedle any one into buy lug It nut father dear Interrupted the girl earnestly wont Robert says is true We hove a gold mine there It Is worth so much thatyou will hardly believe it until there can no longer be any doubt In your mind I suppose that is why Robert asked me not to mention his discovery to you earlier No Iris that was not the reason said her lover and the elder men felt that more than Idle fancy inspired the astounding intelligence that they hud just heard Your love was more to me than all the gold in the world I had won you I meant to keep you but I refused to buy you r He turned to her father His pent up emotion mastered himnnll he spoke as one who could no longer restrain his feelings I have had no chance to thank you for the words you uttered at the moment we quitted the ship Yet I will treasure them while life lasts You gave Iris to me when I was poor dis graced an outcast from my family and my profession And I know why you did this thing It was because you valued her happiness more than riches or reputation I am sorry now I did not explain matters earlier It would have saved you much needless suffering But the sorrow has sped like an evil dream and you will per haps not regret Ittor your action today binds me to you with hoops of steel And you too untie You traveled thousands of miles to help and comfort me in my anguish Were I as bad as I was painted your kind old heart still pitied me You were ore J pared to pluck me from the depths of despair and degradation Why should I hate Lord Ventnor What man could have served me ius he did He has given me Iris He gained for me at her fathers hands a concession such as mortal has seldom wrested from black browed fate He brought my uncle to my side in the hour of my adversity Hate him I would have his statue carved In marble and set on high to tell all who passed how rood may spring out of evilhow Gods wisdom can manifest itself by putting even the creeping and crawling things of the earth to sonic useful purpose Dash it all lad vociferated the elder Anstruther what ails thee I never heard you talk like this before The old gentlemans amazement was so comical that further tension was out of the question- Robert in calmer mood Informed them of the manner in which he hit upon the mIne The story sounded like wildest romance mis finding of a vol canic dyke guarded by the bones of J Sand the filled quarry but the production of the ore samples changed wonder into Next day a government metallurgist estimated the value of the contents of the two oil tins at about 500 yet the specimens brought from the island wore ndt byj any means the richest availableAnd there is not much more to tell of Rainbow Island and its castaways On the day that Captain Robert Anstruthers name appeared In the Gazette reinstating him to his i Sweetheart said her husband rank and regiment Iris and he were t married In the English church at Hong kong for It was his wifes wish that the place which witnessed his Igno- mIny should also witness his triumph Soon afterward Robert resigned his commission He regretted the necessity but the demands of his new sphere in life rendered this step im perative Mining engineers laborers stores portable houses engines and equipment were obtained with all haste and the whole party sailed on one of Sir Arthur Deanes ships to convoy a small steamer Specially hired to attend to the wants of the miners At last one evening early in July the two vessels anchored outside Palm Tree rock and Mir Jan could be seen running frantically about time shore for no valid reason Save that he could not stand still The sahib brought him good news The governor of Hong kong felt that any reasonable request made by Anstruther should be granted If p sslbe He had written such a stro t representation the Moham nied ins case to the government of In din hat there was little doubt the re turn ng mull would convey an official notit cation that Mir Jan had been gran ted ri free pardon Tli3 mining experts Verified Roberts mos sanguine views after a ry brief examination of the deposit Hardly any rellminary work was needed In tweet tyfour hours a small concentrating plant way erected and a ditch mud to drain off the carbonic anhydride lathe valley After dusk a party ol coolies cleared the quarts of Its form r occupants Toward the close of tie following day when the great steamer once more slowly turned her head to the northwest Iris could hear the s eady thud of an engine at work on the first consignment of ore Rol ert had been busy up to the last moment There was much to be done in a short space of time Time vessel carried n large number of pats sengcjrs and he did not wish to de tain them too long though they one and all expressed their willingness to suit his convenience in this respect Now ills share of the necessary preparations was concluded His wife Sir Arthur and his uncle were gathered In a corner of the promenade deck when Ira1 approached and told them that his last Instruction ashore was for aUght td be fixed on Summit rock as soon as the dynamo was in working order When we nil come back In the cold weather he explained gleefully we will not Imitate the Sirdar by running on to the reef should we arrive by nightIris answered not Her blue eyes were fixed on the fast receding cliffs Sweetheart said berh Husband why are you so silent She turned to him The light of the setting sun illumined her face with its golden radlande Because I am so happy she said Oh Robert dear so happy and thankful r THE END John T Foster one of the most fa mous inventers in the United States is dead at Arlington N J r K Interesting Kentucky Items J WALTER SCOTT The Death Valley Millionaires Miner Is From Kentucky Cynthiana Ky July 13Walter Scott the Death Valley millionaire miner who made the famous record breaking run from Los Angeles to Chi cago was born in Boone county this state about 35 years ago and when a baby in arms was brought here by his parents and lived In a house in this city opposite the home of W S Cason a prominent lawyer Young Scott left here between the age of 10 and 14 years and went to Texas His mother was a Boone county lady and died years ago before the boy left here and his father is Col George A Scott a prominent horseman of this county who lives about four miles southwest of this city Walter left here for Tex as about 25 years ago and from there drifted to Chicago with some horses sent to Buffalo Bill from Texas and there his riding was so much noticed and praised by the famous ranchman that he at once hired young Scott at 60 per month to go with him Young Scott had four brothers In the west and all live there now except William who Is dead He has one sister Mrs Daniel Ammerman of this county wife of a farmer five miles southwest of town Scott Is well connected BREAKS THE RECORD The Per Capita Tax For the School System In Kentucky Frankfort Ky July 13 Superin tendent of Public Instruction Fuqua fixed the per capita for the public school system at 325 for the year ending June 30 1906 which breaks the state record This is on a basis of 2420000 the total resources of the school fund certified by Auditor Ha ger The school census on which this basis is made compiled by Superin tendent Fuqua through county superintendents Is 731000 children of school age- WHILE RESISTING ARREST A Leitchfield Jeweler Shot and Killed By An Officer Leitchfield Ky July 13Al D Mc Clue a jewelerof this city while re- sistIng arrest was shot and killed McClure it is claimed was intoxicat ed when Sheriff W1 H Coppage and City Marshal T L Baird undertook to arrest him McClure cut Sheriff Cop page on the side of the head and neck Coppage and Baird both fired at him killing him instantly Despondent Man Suicides Taylorsville Ky July 13John Cox a young farmer of near Mt Eden shot himself with a rifle in the avenue leading to the residence his sweetheart Miss Sallie McGee The body was found by the girls brother De spondencyover love affairs caused Cox to take his life- Contempt Case EndsrNewport Ky July 13 United States Attorney Tinsley of Kentucky announced that the contempt proceed ings against Mayor Helmbold and Po licemen Flynn and Ratican of New port had been withdrawn and that there would be no further action in that direction Guardsmen Lose Ky July 13The case IBarbourvll1 ers of Company B Sec Kentucky state guards against the Louisville Nashville railroad for 10000 damages each was decided in favor of the defendant In the Knox circuit court A Boy Tragedy Glasgow Ky July 13At a school house in Allen county Garland Dennis 14 and Paul Costello 13 sons of well to do farmers quarreled and Dennis plunged his knife up to the handle in Costellos abdomen The boy will prob ably die County Attorneys Meet Stanford Ky July 13TheflCth an nual meeting of the Kentucky County Attorneys association is now in session at Crab Orchard Springs Fully 100 judges and county attorneys are in attendance in addition to over 100 guests Want Dogs Killed In Humane Manner Louisville Ky July 13The Hu mane society has notified the Igorrotes on exhibition here they must kill their dogs in mfore humane manner Citizens have made complaint thatthe canines are deathtMuch Damage Done Henderson Ky July 13A general and heavy rain storm visited this city and many parts of the county doing great damage to crops At Geneva this county acres of corn were blown down and trees were uprooted Waco Deposit Bank Organized Mt Sterling Ky July 13Tbe Wa co Deposit bank was organized In Mad ison county with C L Sercy president and R M Roland Bardstown cashier The bank which is a private one has a capital of 16000 Capt E W Lyen Expires Harrodsburg Ky July 13Capt E W Lyen died here He was a confederate veteran and was in the Ohfo raid He was a trustee of the Ken tucky confederate home and well known in the south Boy Kicked To Death Winchester Ky July 13Vlrgl1 Ho gan aged 12 years while standing by the side of the turnpike was kicked hlslInjuries t Sick HeadacheWhen your head aches ther systernpaittinnerve current sent to the stom vomitingThis is dangerous as frequent and prolonged attacks weaken the brain resulting in loss of epilepsyAllay this stormy irritated takingDr othinging the tension upon the nerves not by paralyzing them as remediesDr do J not contain opium morphine f chloralcocaine or similar drugs myftmhadspellsatra1rsforvery severe attack of headache I took theyrelievedthen I take them when I feel the speltcoming on and it sums It at once McERLACrPresDP Miles AnilPain PHIs are soW by thatthefalls bf wli return your money 25 doses 25 cents Neve sold In bulk Miles Medical Co E1k11art Ind PeopiesDepositi Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 1CAPITAL50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman PicePr dent J A Boulware Cashier CashierBDIRECTORS GrahamJndlleJ W Satterly T 1L Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed oooooooooooooooooooooooooo aOGOOOQOGOOOOOGOGGGOOOOOOO BoHAYDON THOMPSON t IIVERY www FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky MesI eoeooooeQeoeooeoooo JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENEUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Banal Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 000000oeOooeQeQ II CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 640 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 TO The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 Address ITHESPRINGFIELD SUN- Springfield Ky 4t oJ J f 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 19 1905 F G1F TATHAM SPRINGS The people of Tathamarevery proud of The SunWand welcome its newsy col umns with smiling faces and happy hearts BrotherSommers preached to a large congregation at Rock Bridge church Sunday morning Brother Reed of Bethel delivered a very interesting sermon here Sunday afternoon from the text What Shall I Do to Be Saved His visitjto our church was much appreciated and he is cordially invited to come again Mr Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sut tqn of Scruggsville attended church here Sunday Quite a number of our young people attended Childrens Day exercises at Chaplin Sunday night Mr Chester Jenkins attended church here Sunday Hatchett will assist Brother Sommers in the Protracted mettingwhichbeg1ns at Rock Bridge church July 25 Everybody is invited to attend The Brush Grove meeting will begin on Tuesday night after the third Sunday in August Mrs Ida Casey and little daughter Audie of Louisville are visiting rela tives at this place Miss Mardie aud Walter Carey of Louisville are visiting their grand father Mr George Snider near Fair view Indications now point to a dry spell and if Mr Jim Snider seizes the oppor tunity along with the weeds he may yet recover his tobacco crop Miss Pearl Hawthorn of Louisville- is the charming guest of her cousin Miss Mattie Gordon BornTo the wife of Mr Newton Dennis on the 14th twin girls Mr Murray Grider and family have returned home after a few days visit with their parents at Bestenville Mr and Mrs S T Hungate visited the lattetJs brother Mr James Rich ardson jo Love Ridge Saturday night and Sunday Miss Lizzie Oliver of Spring e1dj is the pleasent guest of Mr and Mrs Hatchett of this place Mr and Mrs Evan Carey attended church at Fairview Sunday morning Mr Charley Ruby of Bloomfield land Miss Mattie Gordon attended church here Sunday Miss Ethel Rodgers of Fen ick opened school here July 10 with a yery good attendance We are pleased to welcome Miss Rodgers in our midst PRATHERS CREEK The correspondent at this place has failed to furnish a letter for The Sun but three times since the first one and yet some readers seem to think he should never fail Why dont some other correspondents write more than once a month G H Christerson was in Danville Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs George T L ays and son Virgil were the pleasant guests of Mrs Henry Hilton near S ackvilte last Sunday Misses Sadie and Ethel Mayes of this place and Miss Ollie Shewmaker of Mack ille spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latters sister Mrs James Patterson near Springfield Ms G H Christerson and Prof Will Sweeney were in Springfield Saturday- in the interest of the school hereIMiss Ollie Shewmaker of is spending the week with her co isins Misses Sadie and Ethel1ayesIA number of tended the protracted meeting at Wesley Chapel Sunday night Misses Emma and Margie Claybi ooke of Texas visited their sister M s R L Brady this week t Mr and Mrs J H Mayes isited their son Mr Leslie Mayes at Stew tilt this week A musical entertainment was given by the Misses Whitehead Tuesday night vijich was greatly enjoyed bf all preeent JViola Graves of Harrodi burg spent Saturday and Sunday wit i the family of Mr Dick Noe Mr W T Kimberlin sold 1100 ounds of mettle so Sims Brof to be deliv ered about the last oC October at 4i c6nts Some wheat threshing has bee done in this section The cropof Mr J M Rttssell at this place has been thr hedI and produced twenty bushels tjo the acre Farmers are taking advantage of th fine weather to stack their wheat Sonte damage was done to wheat an oats by the late heavy rainsiProspects for a big crop were never areplMr S T Burns of Daviess county has sold 1523 bushels of wheat for a bushel to neighboring farmers who will use the grain for seed The variet is a very prolific one and ithas bee n mfpultivation by Mr Burns for the past three years and he has established its adaptability to Davies county soil This year he has raised as much as fortythree bushels to the acre The wheat also threshes out very clean The grain isjfclarger than ordinary wheat and it is said to be as good in every respect as the older varieties for flour making f OUr Tt1E FEUDISTS Two Men Yyere Laid Low By a Ken 1tuckian Owingsville Ky July ItAs a result of trouble extending over a period of many years between the Griffiths and Jackson families who live near Olympia in the mountain section ofI this county John Griffith and his two brothers Torn and Ellis attacked Jack Jackson at a country store near Olympia and John Griffith is dying front wounds inflicted by Jackson and Jaw Schultz is in a dangerous condition ami may die The Griffiths were armed with clubs and it is alleged beat Jackson severely None of the other Jacksons were near enough to assist their relative The latter drew a knife and began stabbing wildly John Griffith was stabbed through the left lung His brothers were held at bay by the fren zied Jackson James Schultz attempted ItO separate the combatants and Jackson accidentally slashed him on the left wrist with his knife cutting his hand half off The wounded men were car ried to the store and physicians summoned Schultz was rapidly bleeding to death but when the bleeding was stopped it was announced that he might recover Jackson surrendered and is in jail The Jackson and families a e numerous and more trouble may re sult as both sides appear to be in an ugly mood Ll DESPERATE FIGHT Father and Two Sons Shot to Death by a Brothers Avenger Lee City Ky July hIn a battle on Holly Creek near here Frank Smith and his two sons William and Manfred were instantly killed by Scott McQuinn There were no witnesses ex cept John Lane a brotherinlaw of McQuinn William and Manfred Smith had been to Wilhurst and were returning homeeach riding a mule and were near the hom j of Scott McQuinn when the trou le came up They had to pass the MpQuinn home which is on the county road What was said by both parties will have to be told by McQuinn and Lane his brotherin law There was noone else near Man fred Sfliith fell dead in the road Wit liam fell in the barn lot shot in the supIto a tree for shelter as he fell near oneiAbout six y ars ago William Smith and Wayne aulbee killed Meredith Scott McQuinn ALLNIGHT SALOONS TBe Closed For the First Time In Louisville Next Month Louisville Ky July 17After Au gust i the saloons and dance Louisville till be closed from 10clock- lI m to oclock a m An ordinance will be used by the city council making this provision The enforcement of the ordinance will close allnighjt saloons here for the first time The next step will be to nforce the Sunday law Activity In Kentucky Fields Lexington Ky July 17There has been great activity in the Kentucky oil fields last week and several wells sedionsItwo wells were brought in that were equal to any yet that has been produced in that field To See Powers ITried July nThetawaJ stream of Ipeople at the Newport jailSunday trying to see Ca leb Powers They cane from many points One man from New Orleans and another from Baltimore who are visiting in Cincinnati called on the noted prisoner The Fourth Delayed Fort Thomas Ky buly liThe Fourth infantry is not likely to reach hose this week as it will require three or four days to manage the custom house business at San Francisco and with other minor delays the regiment probably will not arrive before the 25th Instant English Capital in Kentucky ML Sterling Ky July 1The Dur ell Winslow Construction Co of Eng land has purchased several thousand acres of coal and timber lands in Breathitfand Wofe counties Chas T Robbins of New York Is on the land to make arrangements for its development Three Banks Protest Frankfort Ky July 17The First Second and Third National banks of proceedeing adt securities held by tflfc banks for taxa tion Died on the Operating Table Louisville Ky July 17CurUs Hughes of Silvisa Mercer county died on the operating table at St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital here as underYa falling timber at Kentucky Pastor Robbed Louisville Ky July 17Rev W A Bompardr pastor of the ZIon Evangel ical church at Owensboro was robbed of 60 on a steamer between here and Owensboro whileon his way to Cincin nati to spend his vacatIon Half of the 136000 freight cars ordered for American railroads last year weref steel 4 KENTUCKYS NEW CAPITOL Bids For the Magnificent Structure Must Be in By August Covington Ky July 15 Architects plans for the new Kentucky state capitol work on which Is to be begun within the next few months have been completed and are being examined by local architects and contractors at the offices of the builders exchange The plans aside from the magnitude of the work are of interest to Cincln natians and Ohioans generally through the fact that they represent the labors of an Ohio architect Frank M An drews of Dayton 0 Bids for the contracting work oltheIbuildings are now bemg received and will be closed August 1 The new structure 5s to be an impos in gone and It jls to be built of stone brick steel and con rete It will be rectangular ln form dimensions be ing approximately 400 byISO feet by 47 feet in height and it will face the north The building will be thoroughly mod ern in its equipments It will consist of four floors with attic and basement BLACKSMITHS SHACk He Compelled the County To Pay 4 000 For His Lease Louisville Ky July 15 Patrick Kirley a blacksmith has forced the county of Jefferson to pay him 4000 for the lease on the onestory shack at Center and Green streets which ho occupied as a shop at a rental of 16 a month It is on the site of the new armory to be built at a cost of 400000 Kirleys lease was not considered when the site was bought He had an option for a fiveyear renewal and aft er the county exhausted every effort to get rid of him it had to coma to his terms A FAST MILE May Earl a FourYearOld Filly Went It in 211 i Lexington Ky July 15 Mike Bow erraan drqve the fouryearold filly May Earl by San Metea out of Annie Eat by Erlmont a mho In 211 the fastest time made over the local track this season May Earl Is the property of John T Stewart and is considered by sfich good judges as John Splan to be the best horse in training in Central Kentucky The fastest mile trotted heretofore by this promising filly was 213 made last Saturday Cant Collect in Kentucky Louisville Ky July 15The suit of George H Alexander revenue agent against the American Sewing Machine Co for 50000 taxes covering five years was dismissed by Judge Greg ory The court sustained the plea of the defendant that the company Is in corporated elsewhere and taxable only in Springfield 0 the firms headquar tersr After Interurban Routes Lexington Kt July 15A B Du pont and E B Caldweli of Detroit Mich accompanied by their attorney Charles Flower are here looking over the Interurban railway franchises ol the Central Kentucky Interurban Co with a view of purchasing its holdings Frank Mooney Exonerated Bowling Green Ky July 15An In quest over the remains of John Patterson a notorious negro who was shot ten days ago by Frank died of lockjaw resulted in a erdictI exonerating Mr Mooney He Is said to have acted In selfdefense Died in Jail Covington Ky July 15 John Schneider 46 who was serving a four months sentence m the city jail for abusing his family is dead He had been drinking a great deal before his arrest and had been acting strangely lately Blinded By a Torpedo London Ky July 15At Pittsburg this county Florence Owens a ten yearold girl exploded with a hammer a railroad torpedo whlca she had found She was horribly mangled and the sight of both eyes was destroyed After Lead and Zinc Fordsville Ky July 15Thepast few weeks have witnessed ronsiderablu activity In that section of Grayson county supposed to abound in lead and xincand If It continues there will be Important developments In future To Reorganize the Bank London Ky July 15Jt a meeting of the directors of the Citizens bank It was decided to reorganize the bank and change the system from a state toJ national bank Stepowill bo ta ken at once to make the change Kicked To Death By a Mule Henderson Ky July 15 Thornton the ton cl1rold son of Circuit Clerk Wynn G Mosoly was kijted by boirig kicked by a mule Ho was struck n the Mead by both of the annuals fedt producing almost instant death died While Cutting Timber HI leman Ky July 15Vhilecut ting limber during a storm Henry S Hale was struck by a limb from a fall ing tee and tilled The scene of the accld nt was near Smiths shingle mill four miles west of Hlckman MeetingI Ken tuck Midland Medical society met In their 37th quarterly session at the Cap ital hotel here About 2f physicians mem ers of the society were In at tendahce r A Brooklyn man is now claiming to be the grandson of John Paul Jones the father of the American navy ji oetleO 6eOeoeoeoeoeOeoeoeoe- e e FIRSTe ia rk I National Banka ne oFa iSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY e rwliMiww e CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 5 OFFICERS e B L Lltsey Prudent e a1olm W Lewis VicePresident i- e A Ol3loElro Cashier a L B Cain Asst Cashier IinE Foster BOfkkeoporI e DIRECTORS e Ii L LitO J W Lewis a Sidney Green F1I CampbellDH MR H Edelini aTno O Polin 0 ft We grant every favor consistent 0e with safe banking If you have e not already an account with this Q bank we invite your patronage n- e OeaeOeaeoeaeoeoeOeOeQeoep Springfield Market BnconHarassIcSides 13c Beeswax 2 lc her pound Bntter 20c jllr pound Chickens H ns He Spring lHc Dried apples 5c per 110tllidI Ducks 8c per pound earn Meal to per busheL- EggsDc per doze- nFeatheri4k yer pound Flour SiUOtoAH Ginseng per pound raftWheatsi1corn 50ipata tOe Hides Green 7c toLard 10c per pound Lime We to Sloo per barrel Mill products Bran Sloo shipstuff J130 per 100 pounds PotatoesCountry Vic to7 OnioasSIWJ Salt115 aril 185 per barrel Turke 5o her pound Tallow Jc Mar pound Vinegartic to 4oc her gallon Wool Burry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to G e4Oc a peice Onion Sets 3150 WHITE B Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IMITATION THE GENUINE BallardSnow Ljnlment Co BT LOUIS MO For sale by C J Havdon Sorincrfield MAUD Miss Jane Gregory has returned to her home in Louisville after a pleasant twoweeks visitto Miss Anna Jones at Rays Summit On last Saturday evening Miss Louise Settle entertain in her beautiful country home Locust Hillat lunch eon in honor of Drs Ernest Crjime and J B Yates who are graduates from Kentucky University Louisville Miss Settle will leave Friday for a weeks visit to friends in New Haven and Nelsonville Miss May Bodine who is visiting friends and relatives in Lancaster will return home this week accompanied by her cousin Miss Louise Farris Miss Lula Thurman will arrive this week from Louisville to visit Dr and Mrs J N Shehan Miss Helen Gregory will visit Miss Annie Jones next week Rev Hobbs will conduct a revival meeting at Camp Ground church begin ing Sunday The Sunday school at New Hope church will give a picnic on Ham Shehan Island the fifth Saturday Miss Zeddie Andrews will have as her guests next week Misses Aline Smith and Bessie May Marshallof Bardstown Miss Finny Vanarsdale of Louisville will arrive Monday to visit Miss Stella William Huston and Nat Bricken were in Lebanon Sunday Miss Bessie Settle is at home from Louisville on a twomonth vacation Dr J B Yates has gone to Sharps yule and Ernest Crume to Springfield to practice medicine May success be theirs Miss Neal is visiting friends in The Sun- BROOKSVILLE Mesdames Latimer of Missouri and Thompson of Louisville are visiting their sister Mrs T E Wilson Several boys and girls attended the icecream supper at Tom Mcllvoys Saturday night All present had a nice timeMrs William Sutton spent several days with her daughter Mrs James Oder of Hillsboro Mr and Mrs SleetPinkston were the guests Mrs Nan Pinkston Wednesday night Mr Ludwell Pi kston and sop Price spent Thurs d th his brother H C Pinkston of Messrs ayfiSutton and Henry Settle were ngfield Satvuday C sj8 Special Summer Excursions VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL j RAILROAD j TOICalifornia Colorado 1 I And to the Lewis and Clark CinUnnial ElI esttieh atT PORTLAND OREGONh AT SPECIAL REDUCED RATES Very low oneway and round roundtriprateson the first and third Tuesdays of eachmonth Only Line Running through Personally Conducted 8 Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New Mexico and Texasi H I Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands r w1IARLOWIA Louisville Ky ov000 aeaeoeQaeO OQeoeQaeOQQeogQQQQeQaOQ QOQ-e n 0 1 CIQbbingRatestQ e neae i Q e 0eITHE i I Q e Q i You wille n Savea Money Ry selecting g FourDreading e n mattere TheeSuns Club a D b lOg list e oe PLEASANT HILL The rainy weather still continues but aside from throwing the farmers a little behind no serious damage has been done Mr Henry Graham bf Ashbrook was in our midst last week Mrs Joe Burkhead was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J W Sat terly Friday The sheep killing dogs are doing great damage in this community It would be a fine thing if every man had to pay a tax on his dogs 1 dont think we would be bothered with them so much G1S Shirley sold a cow to W HI Graham for35 V G W Shirley and wife were guests at the home of Richard Pinkston Saturday We are glad to hear that Dr John Yates is coming to Sharpaville Ve wish him much success MACKVILLE Miss Fannie Richardson was pain fully hurt last Thursday by stepping upon a nail which penetrated her foot Messrs Will Bottom and Robert Ma therly went to Lebanon Sunday to see Mrs Bottom who is at Dr McChords infirmary for treatment Miss Lillie was the guest of Mrs James Cregpr a few days last week Miss Laura Bailey of Texas is visiting Mrs James Cregor this week Miss Edna Litteral of Battle visited her sister Mrs Leon Riley and at tended church here Sunday Mrs Nan Riley and Miss Rose Shew maker visited the formers sister Mrs John Elliott one day last 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