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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ip c J JIbt p infl th un r tVl f 1I r fi DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYs un TVOIUHEI p SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY E AUGUST 2 1905 NIMIC1 3ft 3 The SunRead Every Weekby 7000 People fIs an advertising medium through which the business men of Springfield may make successful talks to the buyer who has money to pay for 4 what he buys Those Subscribers who desire to help The Sun can do so in no more certain way than to remember those merchants who use Its 0 ADVERTISING COLUMNS TO ANNOUNCE BARGAINS TO THE TRADE Q LA VISHDISPLAY Of Wealth Made By Two Wash ington County Men Arrested At St Louis As Hoboescladi- MOneyto Burn li A special to the Cincinnati Eriquirre from St Louis Mo of July 26 says Two supposed hoboes Robert Corbett xand V Clark of Springfield Ky sur prised spectators in Jndge Broads court room in East St Louis today by a lavish display of wealth after a fine was imposed They paid their fines end costs and then walked as nonchalantly as millionairesC Corbett and Clark were arrested last night in a Baltimore and Ohio Railroad car and were charged with vagrancy They had all the appearance of the dyed inthewool knights of the road Jsand when a 10 fine was imposed the J deputy sheriffs prepared to hustle them s off to p soIltJY r Not so fast gentlemen said Cor bett waving the officers away disdain pleasexdePuytieaWell said Corbett go aver intoJ Tthe police station and get the bank book from among my effects The officers amazed complied They were surprised to find that Corbett had 361 on deposit in the First National Bank of Springfield Ky The police telegraphed Kentucky and received a reply that Cbrbett was all right The prisoner then drew a check for 50 paid the fines for himself and hisJ companion and repaired to the hotel for breakfast The men had gone West to harvest and meeting ill luck were trying to beat their way home when captured V The bank here as stated above re ceived the telegram and wired a satis factory reply A Sherlock Holmes Case Mr Bert Hardin brought to The Sun office yesterday evening a piece of white oak timber taken from within six inches of the heart ofa fourfoot white oak tree which had been felled on the farm of Robert Snider six miles from town and on which were three inotches made by an axe just seven z inches apart even to the fraction This work was no doubt done by some of our forefathers while blazing a trail through the wilderness and the indications point to the fact that it was done over a hundred years ago The axe was eX1pertother but an expert woodsman could possibly have accomplished this feat The notches also indicate th tthe axe was in the hands of a lefthanded man Though the distance between A the notches is exactly the same and under ordinary circumstances one would infer that the woodsman was a man of steady nerve yet it is very evident that hebecame nervous abo t the time he struck the last lick be cause it is a glancing one and is not deep indicating that he make a hasty retreat It is also easily seen that the woodsman was six feet two inches and a quarter high and probably had red hair His height is easily detected by the distance between the notches and it is a generally known fact that the trails through the wilderness were usually made by redheaded men selected because of a peculiar fascination the Indians had for them But the most sensational deductions in this stronglyIdear Squatson you must work this ou yourself its dead easy Squatsondead- easy SPARROW ved1theweek From R N Vowels eighteen steers at three cents per pound and five heifersat 290 per hundred Mrs SoE Vowels a cow at 2J cents W C Cammack a steer at 3 cents Willia Coulter two steers at 3 cents J C Mitchell of Chaplin was re ceiving sheep and lambs here last Mon day Acall term of the Magistrates tour convened here last Friday with Squire L Gunter on the bench There was but one case on the docket the Com monweath vs E V Martin charged assaulting R N Vowels on the public highway The jury returned a verdict of one cent and costs against the defendant Rev J A Sims began a series of meetings at New Fairmount church Friday night which will be continued through this week Rev C C Allen is expected to be present and help thi siweek J D Sutherland and wife of Syca more Valley visited the Tatters parents at this place Saturday and Sunday Miss Willie Poulter of Bardstown visited Miss Jappa Barnett last Friday Saturday Miss Nell Hobbs of Woodlawn has been the guest of Miss Jappa Barnett for the past week Mesdames Dave Yocum WilkesMor gan and Robert Morgan visited Mrs Allie Barnett who has been very sick for the past few days Sheis some bet ter at present Mrs Elizabeth Tinsley still continu sickMrs Mary J Cranfill quite an aged lady died near Stinnett on July 18 Deceased leaves four sons and six daugh ters to mourn her death The entir community extends sympathy to th bereaved ones Mrs Jonathan Tanner died July 24 of infirmities incident to old age The Pertained Bath Xo woman of fashion fails to perfume her bnth In these days By this method thp body becomes saturated with a faint delicate odor Tablets for perfuming the bath come In every scent from plain violet to all sorts of bouquets One of these dropped Into a tub pf water will perfume not only the bath and the bather but the room and the whole house Marble Surface Marble surfaces should be cleaned by rubbing with a paste made of u arge lump of Spanish whiting and a tea spoonful Of washing soda In enough water to thoroughly dissolve thp whiting Rub the paste on with a flanue- cloth leave for half an hour and the wash oft with warm water dud dry carefully Laundry Soap Buy your laundry soap by the quantity and pile It in such a way as to leave open spaces between the bars Ii a dry room Tbeliarder It gets the less it will wash away In using while It does even more effective work its flavor to a certain fine volatile oil- which Is present only iu very minute quantities The fact that it Is so volatile renders It most neces Bary to keep tea in a caddy that Is airtight V A Legend of Gold 4l Lucifer craved one boon of God 5After his fall as his own to hold sightdAnd Lucifer wrought withthe rugged ore Till he it woundrous and then He set a price an the precious store And the price was the blood and tears of men f v paidf I ft fv vf So he offered the earth with its golden heart polem i on And said in their hearts It is worth the SOUIAnd kings were they and they ruled right well Gorgeously sped their sovereign day But Lucifer hath their souls in Hell tG theyIt M r Robert RoflinerAdr s When James Gordon Bennett the elder was editor of publisherIof the New York Ledger was struggling to build up its circulation and decided to try a little advertising He wrote an advertisement consisting of eight VOrdsuRead Mr Southworths new story in the Ledgerand sent it the Herald marked for one line Mr Bonners ItO was so bad that the words were read in the Herald office as one page Accordingly the line was setup and repeated so as to occupy one entire page Mr Bonner was thunderstruck the next morning He had not to his name money enough in the bank to pay the bill He rushed excitedly over to the Herald office but esjiwas too late to do any good In a short time the results of the page announcement began to be felt Orders for the Ledger poured in until the entire addition was exhausted and another one was establishe4ewas an ardent believer advertising and a liberal purchaser of space tUagan Brothers Advertised through the col umns of The SunlastJweeka ten cent dish Jsale for Friday and Saturday THREE HUN DRED PIECES WERE SOLD FOR CASH during 1those two days WILLISBURGD After all the rain we have had it is now very dry and more rain is greatly needed in this section 1The Baptist people are going to hold a tent meeting at this place in the near future They are aiming to organize a church at this place and we hope they will succeed A good many of our young people at tended the union meeting at Cornish ville last Sunday Dr Mark Sutherland and son of Rose t 1a Hillare visiting relatives here this weektMiss Bettie Cummins of Louisville is visiting her aunt Mrs A B Wells Mr and MrsJ M Trent and niece Ella Mae Cheatham spent last Sunday at Tatham Springs- W B Shirley and sister Miss Eliza beth attended the picnic at New Hope and also visited their uncle J I Royalty near Mound Ky last Saturday and SundayfWe were s rry to hejar of the death of Mr Samuel Long of near Cardwell and also of the death of Mr William Munsey an old soldier Bridge for Maud In the near future a new bridge will be built at Maud The Fiscal court of Nelson county on last Friday made an appropriation for onehalf of the bridge and at a call term of the Fiscal court of this county on Monday an appropriation for the other half was made The Washington County Fiscal court more than fifteen years ago made an appropriation for this countys part of the expense for a bridge at Maud and at the last April term of the court the appropriation was renewed but the money was used for a new bridge at Sales Ford over Little Beech Hence a call meeting was necessasy to have another appropriation made for the Maud bridg- eCARDWaL e Mr Samuel Long who had been confined to his room for four months with Brights disease but wis thought to be better died very suddenly last Saturday mormngat 8 oclock at his home near tnis place He leaves a wife and seven children and a host of relatives Funeral services were conducted Rev E W Sommers after which th remains were laid to rest in Mount Freedom cemetery LoydGatlett and wifevisited atE G Hollidays Sunday- S 0 Milton and wife of Harrods burg attended the funeral of Mr Long SundayJ purI stable of Tatum Graves at Harrods burg Mr Graves will go to Danville where he has bought a meat shop Mr Tatum will move his family to that place this fallIMessrs Perkins and Brown were in Harrodsburg Saturday on business KB Royalty visited atE T Perkins Sunday The big revival closed at Cornishville Sunday night with seventyfive additions to the church- E T Perkins and wife attended church at Cornishville Sunday night MXSAL E Perkins visited at E T Perkins several days this week E T Perkins and H J Brown were in Springfield Friday on business R A Willham received a car load of buggies this week and subscribed for The Sun Mr and Mrs D Noel visited at W L Grahams Saturday night Mr and Mrs Willie White visited at Jeremiah Adkinsons Sunday- E T Perkins and Jerry Adkinson were in Lawrenceburg this week on business Stock Sales W L Graham and H G Brown bought 113 sheep at 375 per head from Taylor county parties and sold thirty six ewes to Jim Moore at 475 per head also eighteen head to D Baker at 475 Tom Mobley sold forty ewes at 350 per head to E G Holliday and the latter sold thirty ewes at 550 per head to William Moore E G Holliday received lambs here Monday at 5 cents B Lawson bought fifty ewes at 5 per head from Mr Lyons Sanders Norton Co sold 100 ewes at 530 per head t- Will o Merritt and A L Litsey Perkins avid Brown sold twelve ewes at 537 3 per head to Dee Baker Sanders Norton Co sold twenty ewes at 550 per head to W H Lay and twenty ewes at 550 per head to C R Lay Tom Roen sold to E G Holliday a mare for 65 R A Willham to Rev Walden a sevenyearold mare 120 Jim Brown to H J Brown a horse 70 Kyler Brown Co to Jim Brown a mare 85 E G Holliday to J W Pinkston a mare 125 PASSEDAWAY Miss Marcia Pope LeadDied At The Home of tier Sis ter in Louisville After Brief Illness of Typhoid Fever W I Miss Marcia Pope Leachman was born in Springfield Ky Jan 13 1883 and died at the home of her sister Mrs A M Hayes 1152 Sixth street Louis vile Ky at 1230 a m July 30 1905 Miss Leachman was next to the young est of five daughters of Mr W Hand Mrs Martha Pope LeaflbnaU ot whom survive heriReared in a Christian home intfhe nurture and admonitwn of the tord she remembered her Creator in the days of her youth and united with the Presbyterian church at Bowling Green Ky in 1893 and lived a consistent Christian life until called to her reward in her celestial home 1 Possessed of fascinating qualities of body and mind she charmed society whoeknew her she was a universal favorite The large attendance at her funeral at tested the esteem in which she WM held by the people in the vicinity of her home The funeral services were held in the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church the Rev T D Latimer officiating His text was First Cor xv 544 Death Is Swallowed Up In Victory The remains were committed to their final resting place in Pleasant Grove ceme tery to await the resurrection morn A FRIEND The Louisville Times says The death of Miss Marcia Pope Eeachman aged twentytwo years from the effects of typhoid fever Sunday morning Was a particularly sad one She was viSit- ing her sisters Mrs Edgar D Martin and Mrs Hays 1113 Third avenue and onemonth ago became ill with the fever Miss Leachman was a young woman of attractive appearance and a great charm of manner She lived near Springfied Ky where her father W Leachman is a prominent farmer She often visited Louisville and hada great number of friends who will be sincerely grieved over her untimely passing in the flower of her young womanhood Miss Leachman is survived by her father and four sisters The body was taken Sunday night to Springfield where the funeral will be held Miss Leachman was the niece of Congressman George Gilbert of Shelby vile and the Hon William Sweeney otLebanon Ky v Kentucky fair Dates r rThe following dates fixed by the dif ferent fair associations throughoutkthe State for their 1905 exhibition have been announced f daysDanville 3 Harrodsburg August 84 days daysShepherdsville daysVanceburg yShelbyvilleSpringfield August 234 daysBardstownFlorence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysHenderson daysOwensbqro Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Friday and Saturday Springfield v vs Bradley Gilbert LouisvilleY f 25cFridayhardof L r 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 1 1905 Even a policeman cant keep folks away from the AUGUST 231 2- 4I H 2526 Bring 1bies The Baby Show will one of the big beI YOU CANT H KEEP EM- OUTL YELLOW FEVER Getting In Its Work In New Or leans About 300 1 Cases New Orleans July 31New cases reportedup total 27 Total cases to date 203 deaths Sunday three Deaths tp date 57 New foci 4 Total foci 41 Though It was Sunday the work of sanitation fumigation oiling and screening went on just the sanme and will continue daily until the city bas been thoroughly screened and made mosquito proof The record for Sunday shows little change from that o Saturday except in tyie reduction o the umber of deaths The number of row foci is also again a source of encouragement showing that the spread Is becoming slower and slower A new complication was discovered d when Supt Curran of the New Ou leans and Northwestern railroad are iounced that two passengers who had remained the required length of time in SOUglltIturned back If the Mississippi authorities now refuse admission to IsIwill result in the government abandon Ing those camps and travelers will toIten days before they can return to Mississippi IHea1thOfflcers Statement City Health Officer Kohnke who is in immediate charge of the situation in the city and who has been sub jected to some criticism from various sources at request Sunday gave ou the following statement which how the authorities handled the irate tion as soon as It was discovered The first intimation of yeltow fe ver in New Orleans was had on July 13when two physicians reporte two cases of illness resembling it in their judgment and which cases were su mitted to the president of the state board of health at his office The health officer of the city was sum moned Immediately and the cases ported one being already dead at tit time and the premises were treated accordingly that fs the disinfecting methods employed were those against yellow fever infection The diagnosis of these cases being judged a matter for later consideration the health of fleer immediately Instituted an hives tigation of the neighborhood suspect ed of infection and this investigation disclosed evidence pointing to Prio cases In the same neighborhood All measures were employed when a yellow fever infection wherever sus plcfon pointed In a few days it was learned that severalsquares were In justifingyr the possibly existing infected mosquito In the Italian Quarters The neighborhood operated on Is almost wholly inhabited by an Italian population many of whom are Inti mately connected with the handling of bananas and the unloading of such froCentral m v meaus were employed from soft per suasion to brutal force to reach Infect fitmigtiona d e pnodhaybegund neigborhood c setionsof disease developed in persons infect ed in the Italian district not only in the Italian district but residing in aIIIday there are a few cases In persons wittheh f the disease known to exist are isolated and subjected to the proper measur mosqutotit notbeen battStops Baseball Games 31BecausetStates League of basebalj clt bs h practically suspended The Vick IsbandcIMaj Gen George M Randall St Louis July 31llaj G n Geo M Randal arrived from San F anti co to take charge of the northern division of the United States army wi h head uececp9IThe Offer Rejected I Bale Switzerland July 31 By an overwhelming majority the Zionst congress decided not to accept the offer of Great Britain of a tract of land in East Africa for the format not a Zionist colony Poisons in rood Perhaps you dont realize tha many pain poisohs originate in your food but some day you may feel a twine of dys KingsNewoLundigestfoodorHaydons drug store Try them Four trainmen were killed in a wrec on the Central GeorgiaRailway at At anta t Home Trade Idea Never before has the country press been aroused to such an extent as it is at present as to the evils of patroniz ing other than home enterprises says the Home Trade Advocate EditoraJ and local columns of the papers especially in the western states are filled with commonsense articles setting before the people such facts as appeal to reason and prtriotism Some editors in their zeal to accomplish good perhaps go too far in abuse of systems that take money from their neighborhoods and by severe criticisms of pa trons oj out oftown concerns over shoot the market and fail to accomplish what is much desired None will gainsay that the wage spenfd f he boy his clothes in some wisresto he has that privilege may have cause to do s His home merchants may not carry in stock what he wishes to secure Others may charge him what he considers an exorbitant price Quite often he may learn that he makes a mistake b y buying goods without a careful exami thecahse becomes a better patron of home institutions than ever before But there are a few things that the average man and woman overlook It is that the dollars that they send away mean money taken out of local circulation and the consequent of the community to that extent S that there are 2000 people in the co munity Five dollars a year from each one sent away amounts to 10000 year and in ten years 100000 e reprtquicito enough to establish a business enterprise that would support several fami ties But from some communities the average amount sent away for goods ire from a third a half and often subp lies Think of what a great loss that s Think that this trade given to ti iiome town would immediately increase halfeHow many years would it take if the hometrade principle was adhered to trictly before your town would be more than double in size It would Dnly require a very few years Anne with the growth of the town every iving within its limits and its trrde radius would receive a benefit communirtY common rests it1he la borer the farnnJf the merchant the doctor and the lawyer prosper in cQm mono Their interests are parallel The community is cooperative If the merchant who employed men from some distant city to do his work would patronize an outoftown doctor and the town doctor send away for help he needed the laborer would sQffer And suppose that the laborers should seaway nd for their eggs their vegetables fruit butter e t c would not the farmer be affected Suppose that the merchant is compelled to do business without profit Can he pay as good wages to his help as they should be en titled to So it goes down the line The better the home town can be ma the better it is for all Be a patron of home industry and by being such you neigeh injurede Kentucky Standard Young Ivo Howard of Howardstown suffered a paine ful accident at the latter place last F day He anda party of other you folks were drivin along the road in a heavy wagon when Howard in some manner was thrown from the vehicle the front wheel of which passed over seesri ous nature young man a son ot Mr Sam Howard and is aged sixteen years l Kentucky Fair Dates The following dates fixed by the dif throughoutse the have been announced dayssiHarrodsburg August 84 days Fern Creek August 154 days daysLawrenceburg daysGuthrie daysSpringfield daysBardstown Florence August 304 days daysGlasgowKentucky StateFair Sept 186 days daysFalmouthOwensboro October 10 5 days Grave Trouble Foreseen It needs but little foresight to that ell when your stomach and liver are- badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your disease as Mrs John A Young of Clay N Y did She says I had neu myhearteat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just relrevkalt women Sold under guarantee by C J Haydon druggist at 50 cents abottle 0000 a aoo oooa nJSTRAIGHT il a TALKIa O BY Miss Alert Watchfulnesspi oaaaooaoaoaoo Little Things How many beautiful acts are daily overlooked bus because they are so little and common Take for instance the mother who has had broken slum ber if any at all with the crying babe whose wants must be attended to She would fain sleep awhile when the breakfast hour arrives but patiently and uncomplainingly she takes her timely seat at the table Though ex hausted and weary she first serves all with the refreshing coffee before she sip it at all Did you ever hear her com Andothis not for one but every morning perhaps through the whole year D you call this a small thing Try it an see How a woman must shame me by her forbearance and fortitude in what are wrongfully called LITTLE things Ah Itl is these little thingg- r which are the tests of character It is by these little selfdenials borne with such selfforgetting gentleness that the humblest home is made beau tiful to the eyes of angels though we fail to see it alas till the chair is va cant and the hand which kept in or IinNo woman with a ladylike mind ever- a attempts to make what is called a splurge H Not that the desire for celebrity is incompatible with the char acter of our sex but a gentlewoman never confounds celebrity with not a riety She never deems it necessary to be rude and mannish in order to gain a reputation for eccentricity If she is gifted with genius she is content toI shine without endeavoring to corus cate The term lady is often grossly misapplied It does not of necessity- e belong to POSITION It should apply to the intellectual the highly educated the highlyplaced among the sex but there are some individuals of this fa vored few for wjiom it would be a mis homer On the other hand ladies are to be found in log cabins and regions where there are no finishing academies They come by nature A woman of gentle and kindly disposition is intui tively well mannered Though she be ignorant of the forms prescribed etiquette yet her heart is herCimaster of ceremonies and therefore she is never bitter for the sake of being bril giant nor harsh and abrupt when she should be considerate and dignified Boisterousness is a quality which does not highly become a Woman and yet I am sorry to that it is occasionally exItentciety The sensational of my sex may possibly get up over my saying what I have about their peculiarities but if I can only succeed in having them usee themselves as others see them they will become so much benefited that in time they will forgive and forget H Itnnosde6ta I kept In the room with a piano nays a piano tuner As long as the plant thrives the Plano will be In tune and lu goal condition The reason that n piano Is Injured by a dry overheilted room Is that all the moisture Is taken out of the sounding board The board Is forc ed Into the center and though the wood is supposed to be as dry as pos slble when this Is done tt contains risane moisture and gutheei more on 1sragcracks Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Makes Soft Smooth I cTVelvety Skin fUratvM Pimples ilotohej A Kentucky chemist has succeeded n1 fingthein its action on iglj skin The new difiJ cowry has become extremely pop complexion specialists and thous ands of women owing to its pleasing results and the fact that it is perfectly harmless livery More of the skin is lurking place for nd disease germs performtheirpimplesblackheadscreams lotions and so called beautifiers nsa rule have a tendency to close the injuriousbutflabby and thick The new discovery is Paracamph a combination soothing balmy oils which when applied goes straight to the interior cells nourish ing the face muscles stimulating the circulation all germs unperfectionsfromgtheporesby mduc a of Paracamph is pecii sand it has a smooth velvety effect because it nourishes and feeds those cells which produce the oils necessary for making a beautiful Dont hesitate try Parcamph at once is guaranteed to be harmless an its use will convinccou that it issuperior to fWeedreceipt of a two cent stamp sufficient Para camph for a three days treatment Write LouisIille l Y it COMING AGAINi W C Grigsby the Optician of Bardstown will be Jin Springfield at The Walton Hotel Saturday August 12 and yriUbe prepared t6 test the Eyes Fit and Adjust Glasses Are you troubled with the itdbynI glasses properly fitjtd We Fit Glasses Where Others FaiL Re WaltonsHoteL WCGRIGSBY 1 t t OITIICIAN J IiP 11 WINTER if Ha A L n Now is the time to give us your rorder You know we handle the best goods Q i WellsIJ The Farmer t Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etccomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the worM If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Pag1 and Elwood Field Finclng The Hagan Gasoline Engine atvnninThisf often refuse to budge and that too at a tune when budging airyandr McClure Wells Sprl t fell Kr = 1 Springfield Roller Millsr 1 Pride of washingtonil s + Solid ComorliThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers J Millsai t THE SUN 1 PER YEAR 1 zJITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905F t J School Books AT I Haydons Drug Store Below you will find the cost and exchange price books of the State adoption Iithe Retail Exchange Price Price The Modern Pronouncing SPe11J f f 0112 f006 05McGuffeys10McGuffeysNew Fourth Reader 35 17 22Ray10Rays20Natural40Longs08Longs12Harveys32New15ElectricElectric History of U S 70 35 32PetermansRational Writing Books 54c per doz or 5c each CAHjDo nolask credit for school books you will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL BE CHARGED C1j Haydon SIXBREAD TICKETS SIT CONRAD HERTLEINS fOR 25c i Realty Bargains 130 acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of 77 196 acres fine property WashmgtonII county splendid acres Mercer county land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at62 120 acres hemp land in 5 miles Harrodsburg Lexington 75 acres nice near Harrods urg r1countyimprovedat Bardstown Junction 4000c Store property Washington county 2 houses store 1600 xchangeforidence at Bondville Mercer county only store find trading 2500 And many other properties Write me if you wish to buy or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency KyY i LSEE R A Nalley i THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building e OO OOOOO OOOOQO HAYDON THOMPSON r Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full dine of Burial Robes and CasketsI We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness CoOOO ooo OOO Mrs McMillan widow of United States Senator i McMillanof Michigan has a pheasant farm at herI summer home near Magnolia Mass- 4 Narrow Escape From Drowning Kentucky Standard Mr J A Symp son of near Frederickstownhad nar row escape from drowning during the heavy rain of last Friday He was on an island at the mouth of Short creek when the stream rose and his situation neighborhim and rescued him from his dangerous position Mr Sympson is about seventyfive years of age and has had severalvery narrow escapes from drowning A good deal of his recently harvested crop of wheat was destroyed by the high water A Warning to Moth rsjToo much care can not be usedwith small children during the hot weather of the summer months to guard against bowel troubles As a rule it is only necessary to give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of the butgivesee that it is fresh as rancid oil nause IfIDiarIforinstant Thisisand may be relied upon with implicit confidence even in cases of cholera in Haydondruggist Charles Santley the great barytone owes much of his success in life to the generosity of his first employer a draper who discovered his voice and then gave him the means for three years pf study in Italy YOUNEEDITs CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely- cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured pr greatly benefited the past year This is a new calve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS KYr RELIGION It Did Not Prevent a Minister and a Jewess From Marrying Louisville Ky July 28 The mar riage of Rev John E All a Baptist minister and Miss May Lilienthal a member of a prominent Jewish family of Louisville has just come to light although it was solemnized more than a week ago The couple were mar ried on the evening of July 19 by Rev Arch C Cree at the tatters residence at 23d and Jefferson streets They remained in Louisville for a week vis iting relatives and left for Asheville N C where they will spend their honeymoon Later they will visit Mr Alls par ents at Allensville S C Mr All who is a native of Soutn Carolina has been attending the Baptist seminary here for two years and met his bride while he was a student They became fast friends and soon became sweethearts At first the families of both Mr All and Miss Ulienttial demurred because of the difference In religion but this obstacle was overcome iWOLFE COUNTYS RECORD Seven Murders Were Committed in Six Weeks Lee City Ky July 28Geo Banks shot and instantly killed Newton Taul bee his half brother on Lacy creek Some months ago Taulbee was held up on the county road In daylight and robbed of over 100 by George Banks and his sister Queen Banks Taulbee at the last May term of the Wolfe circuit court obtained an Indictment against Banks and since that time the latter had been In seclusion for fear of arrest Taulbee was 36 years old and mar ried and leaves a wifeand several children Banks is 27 years of age unmarried This makes the seventh man killed In Wolfe county In the past six weeks- REVENUE AGENTS SUITS inspector Mines Appointed To Look After Them Frankfort Ky July 28State Auditor Hager designated Inspector HInes to look after for the common wealth all suits In county courts which were Instituted by A M Harri son of Lexington the deposed revenue agent seeking to recover taxes on omitted property assessments Such suits are pending In a dozen counties of the state and HInes through local counsel In each instance will prose cute them to judgment Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact is well known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation- when the best is asked for Mr Obe Joplinsays There is nothing on the market whichequals preparationgist What Do You Say Harrodsburg Herald Paducah has a hoss case in court which P romises to be extremely interesting A man had a mare worth 800 She injured her self in such a way that it was decided lbkill her The owner hired a negro totake her to the country and kill her The negro sold her for 2 and returned and report tl that he had killed her and was paid 2 for the job The former owner has discovered his mare which is in fine condition and again worth money her purchaser having cured her He demands possession and damages for her detention The present owner denies the claim of the former owner but asks 500 for the trouble and ex pense of caring for her Meld to Grand Jury Lebanon Enterprise At the examin ing trial of Carl Mattingly charged with willfully and malicidusly cutting E G Mattingly held before Judge Cooper in the County court last Satur day the defendant was held over td the grand jury under a bond of 100 which was given The difficulty occurred sev eral months ago in the lower end of the county ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy A few doses of this remedy will Invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea It has been used in nine epi demics of dysentery with perfect successIt always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cramp colio and chol era inorbus It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantnm in children and Is the means of saying tha lives of many children each year When reducedwith water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every mun of a family should keep this remedy in his home Buy it now It may save life PRICE 25c LARGE SIZE 50c For salt by C J Haydom Springfield r Servant Problem Shelby News Police Judge Riley of Lexington has hit upon a method tp solve the servant problem which has given the housewives of thatcity no end of trouble During the trial of offenders in his tribunal recently Judge Riley issued an order to the police department to arrest as vagrants every colored woman in the city who is seen on the streets without any visible means of support and those who can not prove to the satisfaction of the legalbusinesstenced to the work house for the sum mer So many complaints have reached Judge Riley recently from house keepers that it was impossible for them to secure a servant and these complaints coming at a time when so many colored women are seen loafing on the streets the Judge decided to break it up arid at the same time try to solve the servant problem for the women at Lexington Arthur Latham Dead Anderson News Mr Arthur Latham a native of England who has been an inmate of the county poorhouse for several years died at that place last Sunday morning of h art disease He sixtyIIsides being one of the best r admen and a pleasing conversationalist For some months his mind has been failing and on Saturday he was tried for lu nacy and the officers were going to take him to the asylum on Monday but the angl of death stepped in and pre vented the trip So far as known he had no relatives in this country He had been in Kentucky forty three years Will Bore For Oil Bowling Green Ky July 28rRep resentatives of the Greensburg Oil Co of Greensburg Pa are here leasing land near the city They expect to begin boring for oil at once and have selected a region in which natural gas was struck some years ago A New Coal Company Middleburg Ky July 28The Ma honing Coal Co has just been incor porated at Parkers Lake Pulaski county with a capital stock of 50000 Lorvina Davidson M A Erskine and M A Erskine all of Lowellsyille 0 are the incorporators Killed By a Fly Wheel Covington Ky July 28News was received hers that William Shoemak er who was working at a sawmill on Stilhvater creek this county white trying to throw the belt off the band wheel was caught in the wheel and ground to pieces JT Filed a Foreclosure Suit Frankfort Ky July 28Sult was filed in United States district court by Benjamin Head against the Law renceburg Water Co seeking to foreclose on a bond of 6000 Judge Cochran placed Ernest Rfpey in charge of the plant For Final Decision Frankfort Ky July 2SIn the count of ballots in the LucasBridges contest for jailer the counter Hobbs Taylor gave three majority to Bridges and the matter will now go before the democratic committee for final decision Succumbed To Paralysis Stith ton Ky July 28W BJones one of the bestknown and most re spected citxens of this community is TJeud of paralysis after a long illness Mr Jones was 57 years old He leaves a widow two daughters and two sons r L Prominent Attorney expires Willlamstown Ky Juy 28C H Harrison a prominent attorney of the Grant county bar died at his home In Tills city He was a charter member of Williamstown lodge Knights of Py thins and was buried by that order The McElroy Farm Sold Springfield Ky July 28Robert McElroy has sold his fine farm to his brother Varrett McElroy for 25000 The farm consists of between four and five hundred acres and is one of the finest farms in the county Peter Browning in the Hospital Louisville July 28It Is feared Pete Brownings days are numbered The famous ballplayer has gone to the city hospital to be treated for an ab cess of the ear which drove him In sane for a time Fell Dead While Laughing Owingsvllle Ky July 28 Josh Mynhier 68 a mail carrier from depot to post office stopped to joke with a friend and while laughing fell dead The Japanese farewell Sayonara means something like If It must be spor If we must part thus so bo it fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and tryin to sell imitations of Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump ton Coughs other medic nes thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to through steal ing reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you la our name uu the uuun for it on all of Dr Kinkgs or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere imita tions H EBUCKLEN CO Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada For sale by C J Haydon druggist Do Not Neglect a ColdtEvery cold weakens the Lungs lowers the Vitality and makes tfce system lessable to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY CURS ThrotAsthmBronchi ts Hoarseness Sors LunlS HOREHOUNDCONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH Wthawsandwhoopingwithout It In the hoUH as It to the BEST XEDICL E we kaoir of Best Remedy for Children Every Bottle Gmmranteti THREE SIZES 29mf 9O0 and 10+ BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT 0STLOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON Srirn Jdd Ky A Swiss Colony Shelby News At a meeting of the Shelbyville Commercial Club held in the Council chamber last Thursday evening preliminary steps were taken looking toward the establishment of a colony of Swiss and German people in this county in the near future The meeting was addressed by C M Lewis president of the club and Mr J C Bright who recently made a trip to the Swiss colony near London Ky Both gentlemen told of the many ad vantages to be obtained by a commu nity from a colony of these people and of their thrift honesty and neatness Mr Carl Hanser a wellknown farmer of this county who located a colony near London told of the manner in which a colony could be secured and of what the people composing a colony would expect A committee to make the necessary investigations was appointed and another meeting will be held in the near future at which time books for a stock company to buy the land for a colony iyfol probably be opened From what was gathered by Messrs Lewis and Bright at London a colony in this county would mean a big thing to the farmers and dairymen of the county and the merchants of Shel byville as the farmers and dairymen could secure reliable competent help at a reasonable cost and the merchants would be benefitted by furnishing the people ofthe colony with general Several local menI who are well to do financially signfied their intention of backing the scheme and prospects for its establish = ment are very bright TNt GRfATEST SUMMER TRIP t To Oldffojnt Comfort and The Seashore J t August 12 The personally conducted Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr WA Wilgiis S P Avwill be run Saturday August 12 via L N and C 0 Railway from Springfield Ky on regular train connecting with the Seashore Special leaving Louisville from Union Depot foot of Seventh street The round trip rate is 14 and the tickets are good until August 26 This is the most popular outing offered the traveling public Grandest of scenery invigorating mountain airi surfbathing ocean voyage superior hotel entertainment and a visit to the Capitol Stopover privileges allowed returningDelightful side trips at low rates Every attention extended to ladies traveling alone Choice of routes returning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given For further par ticulars a sleeping car space address W A Wilgus S PA Hopkinsville Ky or call on local agent E NI Railway Adjudged Insane Kentucky Standard Mr W B Thorn bury of near Balltown was adjudged insane in the County court last Monday and was taken to the asylum at Lake land the following day The unfortu nate man was very violent and at tracted a good deal of attention He is about fortytwo years of age and unmarried This is the third time he has been incarcerated in the asylum at Lakeland A little forethought may save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact For sale by CJ Haydon druggists READ THIS EViGreatDiscovery fromkidrieyRespectfully S L THOMPSON yOneder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame banks rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women childrenIfsent by mail on receipt oL One small bottle is two months treatment cureDrforrtestimonial Brutally Assaulted Harrodsburg Herald Robert Mitch ell aged seventy seven years the father of J P Michell of this place- was brutally assaulted and seriously beaten Monday afternoon in front of his home near Mitchellsburg by Lee Dawes a young knob man Dawes first a short while before accused Mr Mitchells son of killing his dog This young Mitchell denied as he knew nothing of it He then met the old gentlemen who told hint hef had killed a roguish dog which had been giving much trouble destroying hen nests etc and did not know to whom the doe belonged Dawes finding this out struck him several heavy blows with a stone he held in his hand felling Mr Mitchell Dawes then stood over Him cursing him with an open knife and threatened his life further Mr Mitchell finally succeeded in getting through the gate and Dawes made his escape back into the knob He is still at large and we have not heard whether or not any attempt has been made to arrest him Agonizing Burns perfectyIRivenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes 1 burned mJ knee dreadfully it was blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydons drugstore The strike of 700 miners in the Saginaw Mich district was settled Gtizit to Claam rhias Ctlky Cholera ui Diarrtot- aItauly pricebuthome There is nothin ao good for Colic Cholera Morbua Dysemtenr and Diarrhoea It is equally ralnabl for Summer Complaint and Cholera Wan tum and has saved the lives of more children than any other medicine fe VM When reduced with water awl sweet ened it Is pleasant to take You or some one of your family are sure to need this remedy aooser or liter and when that time comes you will HM it badly Too will need itqalckly W1 not buy itnow add b tor seen da emergency Price IIcJiqtpl- aPfUuTS BIN Mire uop leg ctd 41q atw J q THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 J I SBRINGFIEID SUN f Wednesday August 2 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor sad Publisher SpringfieldKYlmallS as matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One year Six Months 60 Three Jloffrhs s changeda1waB youitf LDEMOCRATIC TICKET tir JCDGE B L Litsey CoujfTT ATTOBSET T S3Iayei CLERK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHERIFF BtJPERBTTESDEXT OF J W Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCoaoaELJ M Mont omerr A Beautiful Expression No more beautiful expression on the hereafter of man and the hope of a future life has ever come under our notice than the following from W BryanIf Father deigns to touch with divine power the cold and pulseless heart of a buried acorn and make it but forth from its neglectedtheimage of his Creator If He stoops to give to the rosebush whose withered blossoms float upon the autumn breeze the sweet assurance of an other springtime will He withhold the words of hope from the souls of men when the frosts of winter come If matter mute and inani mate is changed by the force of nature into a multitude of forms that never die will the spirit of man suffer annihilation after it has paid a brief visit like a royal guest to this tenement of clay If there ever was any disaffection in the Democratic party in Washington county it has collapsed melted away or gone up the spout No man ever gained anything- in this old world by sulking because matters didnt pan out just to suit him The fellow who gets knocked down today but who gets up and goes to pawin A like a nervous filly and makes a rush like an incensed billy goat will butt in after a whilebet- your life on itand hell be one of the the big guns of the settle ment some of these times You cant keep him down Verily the man who keeps treading the old path will come out into the thoroughfare even before the noonday with his coat tail flying in the breezes and the wind whistling through his whiskers Acting Mayor Barth ot Louis clean1pforat it with shovels and hoes and wheelbarrows That method is all right now but in November Mr Barthwants it done with the ballot Speaking of enforcing lawsc Sunday laws etcwhats the matter with resurrecting that old vagrancy law forcing it into active service and knocking off a few easygoing loafers to the higest and best bidder A man has got a woman beaten ablockwhen it comes toclimbing over a belching cannon andplant ing the flag of his country upon fhe breastworks of the enemy or when it is necessary to s in1 tiger or quarter a grizzly but a woman is considerably aheadof the game when it comes to bat tling with and subduing fleas andI in view of the fact that we findit necessary to deal with fleas oft ener than we have to plant flags skin tigers or quarter grizzlies it seems to us that the women folk are entitled to the laurels ofan admiring public Just think about w skillfully they little biter while he is nabgdn I us work beneath the garter The man who can jerk up a pants leg dive down into a sock vitha finger and thumb and ome out with a flea cant be found high or low A Boston man has come to the rescue of the muchabused snake and claims that it is a very use ful reptile His idea is that if we had no snakes the country would oe overrun with toads We have no objections to the toads but if snakes can in any way keep down toadyism in the country we are very anxious that they be multiplied and turned loose It is claimed that the amputa tion ofan arm very often makes a lazy man energetic simply because says a New York sur geon it makes him ambitious he wants to show his friends what a onearm man can do If this be true there ought to be some sort ofalaw compelling a lot of us to heourarms cutoff All the stealing in this country is not done by masked men Bur ing those hours when graveyards yawn though they are the fel lows who are sent to the peniten tiarybut much of it is done by that class of individuals who wear kid=gloves and high collars and renteddress suits and who are never caught until the devil las soes em with a spell of typhoid fever or some other kind of dis ease Men are growing rich in this country by stealing dimes and quarters from the poor devils who get them by a very excruciating browsweating process Did you ever think about how many pretty woman we would have in the world if allwomen who think they are pretty were really pretty These vehicles of rapid travel are numerous and varied Before a fellow can say Jack Robinsonx he can shoot a mile up toward the heavens and going over the earth to the east north west or south he leaves the mite posts be hind almost like one two three but if you dont think its slow traveling going down through solid earth dig a well An Indiana woman attempted suicide because her husband went to a game of baseball An what do you think of that If People Were Honest Geo F Burba in Farm and Fireside Ever think about what this world would be if people were honestevery body If there were no theives and liars and slanderers andmischief makers in general if there were no use for locks and bars and places to nme things Ever stop to think thatiialf the laborpf the world would become rest and half the misery would be out and half the pain and anguish an tears and advice would be savedever think about it Mothers would sleep better of nights They would have no fears for their boys and girls Fathers would smile where they now look serious Sons and daughters would not have to answer for gray hairs they now cause and life altogether vaould be different if only people were honest And the strange part about it is people would prefer to be honest everybody would It is just as easy to put the big apples at the bottom of the barrel as at the top A lie is a heap more trouble to tell than the truthit takes more effort more thought to fix up one that will pass muster A lot of good paper is wasted in making out notes to show how much people owe other people and upon every piece of paper so wasted a loveletter might be writtenif people were honest Seems like the old world started off wrong some wayThings got out of joint right in the beginning and been wabbling a little ever since Shes been jacked up occasionally and the wheels taken off and the axles eaSed but still she pulls hard doesnt run like she ought to Everybody knows the trouble everybody knows vhat would send heralongspinning everybody wants her to spin and still people will not be honest There are not many dishonest people but there are plenty and they keep everybody guessing One bad egg is louder than a case full of newlaid ones Pull up one jimson weed and you can not get the odor off your hands by handling a tubful pf roses Let some boy get the best of you in a trade at school and all through life you are looking out for somebody to cheat you I THE I BIG STORE We Are THE STORE The Newest Things 4fljLadies to Wear Waists Belts HandBags Fans etc I I We the Correct Thing in Gents Shirts Neck- wearI Collars and Suspenders j ilA I I ITHE I STORE 1 1tw31tii Catch one young man making love to aI girl the next night after he has told you that you were the only girl on earth and twenty years afterward you search your husbands pockets for Yodlearned early in the game that e were not honest and it may have stood you well in handsome of you It wouldnt do however for the world to get honest in a day People wouldnt know what to do with the things that would be returned to them Everybody would have so much money they would go to summer resorts and there wouldnt be anybody left at home to take care of things Thats the reason it seems hard to bring about reforms maybethe Great Reformer knows that a lot of things would spo if they were given to their owners all that is it but itsMaybedguessris coming when everybody will be honestyou can bet on that only you will not be here to cone t you bet when the time comes The of world is getting better every Yreara little at a time but better It jis not going to be so many hundreds of yea until a fellow will not even have to tell his wife where he Is goingsle will know when he starts away from home that he is going to church- JENKINSVILI f- e BornTo the wife of David Bottom on the 30th and eightpound girl Mrs Mary A Camden his been very sick for several days- J T Lester bought a horse of Gil bert Powell for 95 also a milch cow from Dock Harmon for 25 Charles Rose returned home lastweek from Illinois Will Harmon was in Perryvile las Campbell and Miss Ida Bottom attended church at Battle last Sunday Mrs W V Turner and Miss Emma Phillips visited relatives in Harrodsburg last Tuesday Mr John Harmon and wife will leave Wednesday for Kansas where they wilt spend several weeks with relatives and friends Miss Lizzie Bottom is visiting relatives near Harrodsburg this week Mr and Mrs John Watts attended church at Cornishville t Sunday Mr Woodson Hatchett and daughter Miss Eva attended the camp meetin at Aliston Sunday Mr L R Bottom is on the sick list this week f Showing a Were 50C TI Mens Socks Now Cents Wt have qultlca lot of these goods in a variety of Patterns and Colors e have Clothing ROBERTSON BROTHERS SPRIKGFIELD KENTUCKY r3 1tw1i itw31itw31 itwG r Fruit Pies In spite of the elaborate desserts In vented to tempt the palate there u nothing can ever quite take the place of good fruit pies In summer when fruit is abundant and cheap it i better to use fresh fruit Besides al fruit has more or less acid which pies deep ant catherj an under a smith tel of W pie dish with berrlesor sliced fruit al around It sweeten cover with the paste and bake When the pie is cn the Juice will be found to have gath Bred In the cup and node boiled ere dud wasted The crust Is also drier ilnnd more flaky Pies baked with under crusts are ap to be soggy at the bottom aud the Juice to run out and cause an unpleas ant odor A tart or pie without ypper crust has the filling laid flat and then burbesdI1 bolls and washed make good tarts All berries should be washed dried Band sugared and laid id raw Peaches apricots plums und cherries should have the pits taken out Pitted sour cherries make a delicious pie Custard marnalade and lemon pie should have a meringue spread on top and be put two minutes in a moderate oven to set Whipped cream is an addi tion to all open pies The crust Is the part on which the success of the pie depends Just as much pure lard tried out at home possible as there Is flour is required Mix these with a little salt and Ice water and set the dough on the Ice all night Roll It out the next day quite thin and bake well Knead it only enough to make It hold together Paint the outer crust with the beaten yolk of an egg to get a rich color AH very deeptresult will he unmixed delight to those who eat and a triumph for the Coki MT ZION Well we really have a telephone at last and our citizens are justly proud of it as every one should be of animprove jnent made in the community Miss Eva Sutherland continnes the guests of friends in Paducah Mr Roscoe Sutherland accompanied by his sisters Ljzzie and Aria visited FairfieldgSaturday and Sunday Mrs Mattie Ba hn aand Mattie Hay don t spent Wednesday with the family 25 11 At prices I Mr T H rdesty lorMessrs Bessie Williams and David visited Mrs Eliza McAlis weeks Miss Blanche Bonta isjvisiting gela tives in Harrodsburg this reek HarkIMiss Grant Hays spent Saturday and I Messrs Hiner Nealeand Green Hays 1went to Louisville Sunday Mrs Mary Ellen Hall of Louisville is suffering from a serious attack o homeIIJMiss Sallie Mae Williams spent sun- t day with Miss Margie Bonta Chaplinr hnQ guest of Miss Lydia Williams for several days- t Mr Herbert Crume visited Williams Sunday Mr Everet Parish has typhoid fever and is dangerously ill Mesdames R A Russell Ella ItaunSunIIITHY GREATEST SUMMER TRI To Old Point Comfort and The Seashore August The personally conducted Excursion to Old Point Comfort in charge of Mr utAugust 12 via L Nan C 0 Railway from Springfield Ky on regular train connecting with Louisvillefromstreet Theround tnp rate is 14 and the tickets are good until August 26 This is the most popular outin offered the traveling public Grandest of scenery invigorating mountain air surfbathing ocean voyage superior hotelTentertainment and a visit to the Capitol Stopover privileges allowed returningJDelightful side trips at low rates Every attention extended to ladies traveling alone Choice of routes re turning between Richmond and Clifton Forge will be given For further par ticulars and sleeping car space address W A Wilgus S P A Hopkinsville Ky or call on local agent L N Railway The Empress of Russia spends 10 000 a year on perfumes pastes soaps and toilet waters which she has sent to her exclusively from the French capitalx T + i J BIG Ready reduced THE BIG 1 STORE m It I Hon to Renovate Fvrmltvrv firTo renovate pieces of furniture the old varnish must be removed To do this pour boiling water to which a lit tIe piece of washing soda has been added over the piece of furniture and after It Is dry wipe it with a Piece af San nel which has been Wet In either tur pentine or naphtha The next day It will have to be sandpapered To take shouldlbe houvef anTe1piece ot rurnituIT which you are reno rating must be left perfectly dry Give It two coats of white varnish then rub lit down with sandpaper and after this It with a soft silk cloth and rub un til there Is n high polish nHon to Hake Smelllnjr 5alt Every one kngws that smelling salts are most refreshing when one Is suffer ing from headache but not every one knows that they may be easily made at home Take one gill of liquid am monia a quarter of a dram each attu laenderIdotes Put Into a stoppered bottle and FIIIPsponge cuttings and pour the mixture over them taking care not to put In more than the sponge will retain else the ammonia will run out and stain fabrics when the bottle Is Inverted 4 1Dow to Bias a Skirt Shrink woolen dress braid before put ting it on your skirt and avold the theIalsoISimply wet the braid thorough ly and hang It up to dry without wring Ing It In sewing It on care should be togIt has a ruffled effect especially n the serviceable brush braid Is used Row ta Get Rid at Mire Make a mixture of cayenne pepper finely powdered quicklime Lay a little heap In front of their holes and with a pair of bellows blow the pow der Into them Then paint the entrance Sprinklethethe pepper and lime It does not kill the mice but keeps them away Hew ta Reaerate Pearl Bon some bran In water and add a small quantity of salts of tartar and alum Wash the pearls la this mixture rubbing them geatlj Betweea the flan gen one at a time Rinse la warm wa ter and wipe dry Leave te cool laLdark place i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 ygOe eOeoeoe tL cI e Ctii THE FIRST 0 n IS National Bank 0 n a oFnSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 e 0 OFFICERS B Litsey President i ne0 0SDIRECTORS LewisSidneyI nRH Edelen H M Grand a Jno O Polinna Wegrant every favor consistent 0with safe banking If you have 5fts e QeOQeQn nennen Local News Notes Three sheets of fly paper for five cents at John C Shaders The Nelson County Fair at Bards town August 30 and 31 and September 1 and 2 will be better than usual Larger premiums large crowds and new attractions Go and enjoy yourself Pint quart and halfgallon fruit jars rubbers and extra tops at John C Shaders FOR RENTFive room cottage for rent in Springfield Call at Sun office If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office There win be preaching at the Baptist church here next Sunday morning and evening Stick blueing at John C Shaders Old Honesty the best coffee on earth at John C Shaders WANTEDSpring Chickens Best prices also hams and side meot at Jl A Shaders There will be preaching at the Methodist church next Sunday at 1030 am and 8 p m Let us have a good at tendance J C HOSKINSON t Mr C Lr Brady bout the Clell Hayes farm six miles southeast of Springfield at commissioners sale last Monday paying 2350 per acre HAMS WANTED F T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of country hams DClaybrookewas cured pardons for Jesse Terrell and Ben Spratt They were sent to the penitentiary from Washington county at the May term of court 1902 for horse stealing After serving about six months they were paroled and the pardon secures for them the rights of citizenship PHOTOGRAPHS Allwho want Photographs made should come at once I will be at my gallery in Springfield every day until September 1 when I will again go Greensburg for a while Picture frames and glasses at great bargains E A Cox HAMS WANTED F T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of coun try hams NECK BROKEN A jack belonging to Mr J R Walker of near town broke his neckMondaymorningwhile haltered in his stall It is not known just how the accident happened but it is supposed the animal was trying to break loose and pulled a little bit too hard The jack was valued at about 200 PROTRACTED MEETINGDr Wathen Bachman one of the leading evangel A Word To Well People y U I ists of the south will begin a seriei of meetings at the Presbyterian church here the first Sunday in next month Dr Bachman is one of the most distinguished evangelists in the country j and his meeting here promises to be an interesting one- Harrodsburg Herald Last spring Claud Chambers ordered some roasting ear corn of the Mexican June variety The stalks of this corn are now from eighteen to twentyfour feet highand each bears four big ears and will get about t nty four barrels off the one acre he planted He has not served a grain of it on his table it being so fine and the yeild so immense that he would rather distribute it among the farmers COMPLIMENT Hon W D Clay brooke has been appointed a member of the committee on preservation of records of the Kentucky State Bar Association This is quite a com P li ment and came as a surprise to Mr Claybrooke he having been appointed by the President Hon D L Thornton Mr A J Crews of Mercer county sold recently one lot of 35 lambs average weight eightyone pounds to Crews Overstreet at 610 per hundred another lot of eighteen average seventy one pounds at 6J cents and another bunch of twenty two at 450 per head to the same firm James Crews sold seventeen lambs at an average of six cents to the same firm WEEDY SPRINGFIELDAfew strokes with a sharp scythe along some of the streets of Springfield would not only convert a wilderness of weeds into heaps of fallen monarchs and greatly improve the appearance of things but it would be a step toward correcting some of the unsanitary con ditions of the town Get a scythe and some elbow grease and sing the Song of the Reaper As a result of blood poisoning from sticking a nail in hishand Thomas Ut ley coloxdof Harrodsburg had his left hand amputated last weekI EARLY FROsTThe goosebone weather prophet predicts frost in six weeks An old resident claims that the katydids began singing about two weeks agoHa sure indication that we are to have frost in seven weeks from that time FOR RENTA cotta e on East Main street near the Graded school building after September 1 Six rooms Water in house Apply to Dr J M Burton LOST SPECTACLESA pair of gold rimmed spectacles in Springfield Re turn to The Sun and receive reward STEWART Crops are progressing nicely through out this section J N Bottom bought three calves of L Leonard Price 52 Camp meeting is progressing now at Alistonj Those who attend report a good meeting and a nice place and those In charge are prepared to feed and take care of all visitors You are invited Preaching here every second Sunday prayer meeting every Thursday ght Allcordially invited to com- eBornTo the wife of M Cocanougher a thirteen Poand boy and to the Wife of Woodson Coyle on July 20 a ten pound girt D S Btotom of Jankinsville visited at the home of J N Bottom last week The protracted meeting closed last Sunday at Deep Creek with twenty additions to the church Mrs Lettie Russell visited at the home of her father last week Glad to report J N Bottom conva lescentMrs Fannie Bottom is visiting at the home of JH Bottom pf Mackville this week Success to The Sun Jordan Butram a young married man was crushed to death while load ing logs at Mayfi eld Ky IRed tFi O l al e i aatli oe nnNotes i n 0nTownAy 0 f a Personal News e 0oeMr J C Holliwayi of Hutchinson Kans is here visiting friends and rela tives Mrs Evan Rogers has been quite sick of malarial fever since she and Mr Rogers arrived at Camp Point where they went to spend the summer with friends Mr Oscar Curry is spending a few days with relatives here Misses Sarah and Annie J spent several days in St Marys last week Mr 0 F Wharton was in Lebano- last week Mr and Mrs Mat C Mayes wh have been makintr their home in Cali fornia for some time arrived here last week and will reside here in the future Mr Dan 0 Polioof Chicatro is visiting his sister Mrs J1 Wimsatt at this place Mrs Kate Williams Jspent a few r mother at gFrederickstown Mrs Lizzie Henderori who ha been a guest at the home of Mr Frank Martin left for Danville Friday where she will visit friends Mesdames J F and F W Simms were in Lebanon Sunday Mr Stith Thompson of Indianapolis Ind is here for a short visit to relatives Miss Marie Maloney of Louisville is the guest of relatives here Misses Willie Knott and Florence Edelen and Mr C W Hagan left Sun day for Crab Orchard Springs Miss Florence Lyne of Lexington is the guest of Miss Francis Martin Misses Fannie Wall and Stella Simms have returned home Miss Mayme Knott has returned from e visit to friends at Chicago Ky Miss Lottie Simms is visiting her sister Mrs Pius Whelan at Bardstown Mr Hrrvey Sweeney of Lebanon attended the funeral of Miss Marcia Leachman here yesterdayI The following fcompose a part spending the week at Tatham Messrs Fred and Ivan Hagan Robert Noe Ruel Foster Willie Waters Spalding Clements Mrs Robert Noe an Misses Josie Lee Emily and Margaret Russell BardsItown visiting her sister Mrs M W Durrett Mrs Carrie Craven of Woodlawn is visiting Mrs W K Marks Mr R H Edelen of Bardstown spent several days in Springfield las week Mr JC tlements spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Willard Thompson and wife are visiting Corbin Ky this week an are guests of Mrs J H Parker Hon W D GlaybrooKe p en t sevfl days lastweek at Frankfort =Miss Mattie Roney who has been the guest of Miss Sarah Simms has returned to her home at St Marys Miss Annie McChord was in Leba non last week Miss Mary Lewis has returned home after avisit at Greensburg and Lebanon 1 Mrs T D Wells and daughter Elizabeth have returned from a visit to her mother at Taylorsvllle Mrs Boothe Carrico is visiting he parents at Howardstown this week We have many things to sell besrdesquinineand all such biUtcr things Dont thInk we are most happy when you are s ckOf course if you must be sick we should like to sell y ouour medicines and fill your prescriptions but we have a thousand and one things that you need besides medicines Come i and see what we have for the comfort and convenience pthe well Drug I II StoreSMOCK Q NAYDON PIIOPRIETOIISi rL Miss Bertha Tong is visiting friends at Howardstown Miss Mamie Hoar of Louisville is visiting her cousin Miss Maggie Buck man this week Mr Andrew Cunningham made a business trip to Louisville the first of the week NashvilleTenn Miss Sue Sweeney of Lebanon visited relatives here last week Mesdames Oscar Walker and Ralph Boldrick entertained at euchre last Friday The prize was won by Miss Katie Cain rMessrs W T Leachman and Joe Clements were in Lebanon Sunday Miss May Buckman and Miss Miller were in Bloomfield Sundays Will Russell and Neal Boblitt were in Bardstown Sunday and Monday innY oga I H Thurman Was in Louis Misses Grace and Bennie Waters entertained a number of friends Sun day Mrs Wm Mahoney and family of Louisville are visiting at the home of Mr Ben Waters near Simms Miss Jennie Redding Mary Brown and Annie McChord left yesterday for StonesAir L P South of Farnkfort is here this week Miss Bessie Roberts is visiting relatives in Cincinnati Air J T Mudd of Chicago Ill is visiting relatives in this county Mr and Mrs J W Riedel and children are visiting his parents at Taylorsville Miss Alary Spalding of Bardstbwn is visiting relatives in Springfield Miss Nellie McGill is visiting rela tives at Frirfield Mr Donovan and wife of Pleasureville are here spending a few days with Mr P J Thomas Mr Alex Montgomery of Meade county was called here by the serious illness of Otis father near town Dr E McKay Miller of New Hope who has been here visiting his brother inlaw Dr Trusty returned home Tuesday PresbyterianYcation by his congregation and Whi1eJj resting he will hold a series of ings at Pisgah near Somerset Latitmer beIaway I THE HOME DOCTOR Try a few drops of spirits of turpen tine on a cube of loaf sugar for a back ing cough For a felon orurun around use oftJiinson or Jamestown weed The lire can be drawn from a burn by auplylng cloths wet In strong alum water It will also assist In relieving the pain attackdconies press as possible and hlccoitghs will asI ately cease Never drop anything Into the ear un less It has been previously warmed and never use anything but a syringe and wurin water for cleansing the ours If the eyes are strained and Inflamed with sleeplessness or tine work apply to the lids soft linen wrung out in boll lug water Use this as hot as can bet andKeeping a DeskfIn Order Many women could give menU cards and spudes at keeping au orderly desk Most women of society have their own business desks at which they spend a part of the day transacts ing the ninny duties along this line of Interest Mrs Clarence Mackay the rich New York society woman Is said to be Ii model In keeping her desk In good trim She never allows anyone to touch It She has a place for every thing and the air of supreme order that prevails striking By the desk hangs a panel of mauve silk her favorite color which has two capacious pockots This Week and Next Week they are labeled Here are kept on file notes Invitations and other pa pers that demand her Immediate atten tion The panel Is embroIdered with panslcs and furor did these symbols of thought find themselves in more congenial company Sardine Croquettes After drawing all oil off fill a cup with sardines from which skin and bones have been removed Cook halt a cupful of gritted stale bread In half a cupful of milk adding the beaten yolk of an egg two tablespoonfuls of butter a teaspoonful of lemon Juice the cook ed yolk of three eggs sifted and a dash of paprika with the sardine puree Mix thoroughly shape into ovals dip in beaten egg and sifted crumbs and fry in deep fat Pilgrim J W Lockwood who was president of a bank which failed at Orange Va was arrested ori the charge of embez zlement Mt1uirt REMNANT+ r + i SALE i After one of the most successful t clearance sales ever held here there has been a large lot of remnants accu te mulated in every department whidiwe tar now getting together and Fill toffer almost at your own pnce1 i Sale to Begin Next Sates iurday Morning 4r Remnants of Dress Goods Silks White Goods Ginghams Calicoes Homburgs Laces Carpets Mat t iinAs Oil Goths odds and ends of Clothing Shoes Hats Shirts AH at prices to CLEAN UP + TJTComet Tjthinguse f t Robertson Bros i1 FFHF tl ItI4t fIifil It 11 R II Il 111 11 Itt 11 ItI tII Itl It Itl itI Ii hCr T SYCAMORE VALLEY We have had no rain this week and the farmers have caught up with their work Nearly all of the people of this com munity have been going to church this weekRev Whitehouse has been holding a series of meetings here the past week and has had large crowds in attendance Rev Whitehouse is young but is able in his work We all wish him a long happy and prosperous life Marshall Keeling and family spent Saturday night and Sunday with the formers parents Mr and Mr Thomas Brennan at Antioch Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland were guests of Mr Billy Best at Wayside last Saturday and they also visited the formers parents W C Cammack and wife atSparrow- Prof John Harmon will organize a singing school at Hillsboro next Sun day It is hoped there will be a good attendance Miss Mamie Merritt and Ormsby Shewmaker visited Willisburg Sunday Rev Whitehouse Mrs Pearl Suther land and Miss Mamie Merritt dined with Mr and MrsJ D and Mrs T- Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Kentucky A B Baker et al plaintiff Vs Equity Thos B Baker et al deft By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circ it Court rendered at the May term 1905 in tte above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY r AUGUST 281905- at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and at public auction u on a credit of six twelve and eighteen months the following described property totA tract of land situated in Washing ton County Koand bounded as fol lows Beginning at a stone at a beech stump corner to Shewmaker near a branch thence up the branch and part of the way with an old stone fence as follows N 17 E12 poles N 8i E 8 poles N 28 E 10 poles N 23J E 12 poles N 32 E 20 poles N 36 E 12 poles N 291 E 38 poles N 14 E 16 poles N 1J W 16 poles N 9 E 3 35 poles to a beech stump in the line of Perkins thence with his line N 56J W 58 35 poles to a stone at a hdck berry corner to Perkins and Keel in thence N 78J W 41 poles and 8 links to a sjugar tree corner to Keeling thence N 835 W 24 poles along a branch thence down N 83A W 10 poles thence N 72 W 8 poles to a stOne on a larger branch thence down said branch S 33 W 3 poles to the wrist end of an old bridge thenceS 44 J W 23 poles to a stone in said branch thence S 29 W13 poles and 8 links to a stone corner to the 20 acre tract of Reed and thence with line of said tract S 60 E 68 polesito a stone thence S 27 W 45 to a black walnut corner also to 20 acre tract and Mrs Potts tract at a branch thence down branch S38J W 36 poles S 34k W19 poles thence S 40k W 25 poles S39k W 13 15 poles to a stone in said tract in Cou- lters line thence with his line S 87E 139 poles to the beginning containing 120J acres For the price the purchaser securityorlegal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M LEACHMAN r N CNGC r YMissesPearl Armstrong spent Saturday night and Sunday with their uncle Mr D B Royalty at Pu bune Rev W E Sutherland preached at New Liberty Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Larken Deam is quite ill at this writingWe sorry to hear of the death of Claude Eldar He had relatives and many friends at this place We extend condolence to the bereavedones- Messrs T W Sufnerland and JMSheildsvjsited Fairview Sunday where Rev T W Sutherland delivered an very interesting sermon MACKVILLE Mrs Coulie Bottom who has been at Lebanon hospital forthe past two weeks has returned home improved in l healthIMrsr Thena Darnell returned Wednes day from a visit to friends at Harrods burg I Several of our young folks Sun day afternoon at Tatham Springs Miss Ollie Shewmaker spent Saturday night with Misses Lillie and Annie Haydon Miss Lillie and Annie Haydon and Ollie Shewmaker were the guests of Miss Dame and Woodie Yankey Sun dayMrs James Cregor and Miss Laura Bailey spent Thursday with Mrs Kate Peter IMiss Fannie Richardson left Satur Bowling Green here she h s positionThe of Air and Mrs Matt Hilton died Wednesday morning and was buried the following day at Mackville Commissioners Sale MONDAY AUGUST 281905r KentuclcvI IIBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 in the abov styled cause I shall roceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door dayofAugust daytoauction upon a credit ot six and twelvemonths tne following described property A certain towit house and lots in the town of Springfield Washington county Ky and bounded on the by High yMainnorth by an alley of said town and on ThompsonBrown fronting on High street 15 poles and extending back northerly between parallel lines parallel with Main Cross beinglotstown recorded in the office of the Clerk propertywillthree lots then in two lots and then as a whole and will be sold in a mantier so moneyFor urchaeer or purchasers with approved security beariDclepaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepued to comply prothptly with these ternM GLEACBMAN M C W 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 1IIDOLT OF LIGHTNING Six Persons Killed and Nine SeriouslyrYork Bathing Beach I FIFTY PEOPLE WERE PROSTRATED Injured Were Removed to a Hospital Where It Is Said That Some Probably Would Die One Man Killed and a Boy and Two Men Were Rendered Unconscious While Sheltering Under Tree at Gravesend Beach New York July 31 During a thunderstorm of terrific Intensity which passed over New York six per sons were struck by lightning anti Wiled and nine were seriously injured at the parkway baths Coney IslandI At the same time one man was killed and three others were prostrated at Gravesend beach The intense heat of the morning at tracted a great multitude to the shore resorts and late in the afternoon when the storm blew up from the westward the Parkway beach was thronged with bathers and spectators The rain de scended in torrents and hundreds of anen women and children sought shel ter under the big bath house which is Elevated above the sand on piles The lightning was incessant and terrific thunder claps shook the bath house to the terror of the crowd huddled together beneath It A few minutes be tore 5 oclock a bolt of lightning struck the flag staff and grounded In the very thickest of the crowd Nearly 50 per sons were prostrated and the rest screaming with terror rushed out into the storm Those who had remained 5n the water were also panicstricken find fled in all directions not darmg to enter the bath house which appeared to be on fire Bodies Were Scorched Ambulances were summoned from all the nearest hospitals and on their arrival six persons were fo lnd dead and nine unconscious under the bathhouse The bodies of all were scorch ed by the electric fluid The nine in jured were removed to a hospital where it was said that some probably would die Many persons les seri ously burt were taken home by friends A sllght fire in the bath house was quickly extinguished by the rain About the same time Henry Rans WeBer was struck and killed while sheltering under a tree at Gravesend beach and his son William with John Appel and Daniel McCauley were rendered unconscious Lightning struck at various points In the city A store in Flushing ave Due Brooklyn was burned and acar In Sixth avenue Manhattan was on fire but the occupants escaped iurt The electri light andtel unI wires fn Bellevue hospital were several times extinguishing all the lights and causing much alarm among the patients A CRASH OF THUNDER It 1Herthunder woke up Leola Morton daugh ter of Melville Morton here in time to save her father from death on account r of chloroform administered by burglars The burglars had broken in and chloroformed Morton and had succeeded in ransacking the house so curing a small amount of booty when a terrible thunder storm broke awak ening the daughter She was hurrying to her fathers room when she per ceived the odor of the drug and called for help Morton was revived after neighbors had worked for ah hour over him BOAT ACCIDENT Father and Daughter Were Drowned in Manasquan Inlet Manasquan N J July 31While Frank Brown of Jamaica L tWas swimming in Manasquan inlet with Ws daughter and Miss Todd of Plain field N1 the two girls became ex bausted and he was only able to keep them afloat until two men put out from the shore In a boat and took them on board While Mr Brown was try Ing to get Into the boat it was upset and all were thrown into the water The boatman rescued Miss Todd but Mr Brown and his daughter were swept away by the current and were drowned Refused His Wife a New Hat Norfolk Neb July 31HenryBer tram a wellknown Antelope county farmer is lying In a critical condition at his home near Neligh from wounts Inflicted by his wife with a pitchfork Bertrams wounds are due directly to Ills refusal to buy his wife a new hat Two Trainmen Killed Diaz Ark July 31Fast train No b southbouLd n the St Louis Iron Mountain Southern railroad was wrecked here by running into a mIs placed switch Two employes were killed and several persons sustained injuries Partn Land Damaged Junction City Kan July 31Nez r Wreford six miles south of town a cloudburst caused Lyons creek to rise more than 20 feet The creek over flowed its banks doing much damage to farm land The PassingofIiiners The Daring Raids of the Revenue Man Is Putting Him Out of Busi nessA Famous Fight i Glasgow rimes A few days ago a battle royal was waged between reve nue officers arid moonshiners a moun tain county of Virginia Three men were killed and three wounded Com menting on this latest addition to the innumerable list of fights between the government officials and the illict dis tillers Commissioner of Revenue John W Yerkes says- uMoonshiners now operate in all the large cities of the country where one would least expect to find them There is moonshining in many parts of the country but the fact that illicit stills are operated in cities Isnot so generally known I have no doubt that illicit distillingis carried on this very minute in New York Philadelphia Chicago and other cities while down in the moun tai eref Georgia Tennesse and Ken fefBlky and other states of that section the mountain dew is distilled by the natives in defiance of law There is just one way to wipe out moonshining and that is to take the tax off distilled spirits It is the only way So long hs the government imposes the tax there will be attempts to evade the tax The business of ferretipg out and destroying llicit stills and of prosecut ing moonshiners is in the hands of the revenue agents who are under the direction of a chief agent located in Washington General F D Sewall is in charge of the division and he works under the instructions of Commissioner Yerkes For the purpose of this work the entire country is divided into six teen districts each in charge of a reve nue agent Some of these agents hav one pr more assistants making about thirty men engaged in the detection of illicit stills Congress each year appro- priateS 100000 which is known as the fraud fund and is used for the pay ing of rewards the employment of ad ditional help and the prosecution of casesIn 1904 there were 1018 illicit stills seized and 991 moonshiners arrested During the preceding year 1300 stills were seized and 1398 arrests were made and fiym these figures together with the fact that there has been a very material decrease in seziures arid ar rests for several y ears past it is ar gued by the officials that moonshining is becoming a lost art During the eight years from 1897 13624 stills were seized by the govern ment officers and 7000 arrests were made That chasing moonshiners even though they operate in large cities as well as the mountain fastnesses thatj childs play is shown by the fact during these eight years seven officers were killed and eighteen were wounded Commissioner Yerkes remarks will recall the halcyon and vociferous times of long ago to the few of the older citi zens now left Twentyfive years agol there were probably a dozen moonshine stills in Barren county The smoke from some of them could be seen from the court house in Glasgow while every night the streetSof the town resounded with the rumble of the moonshiners wagons either delivering the goods here or passing through to other points Revenue officers raided only in large bodies and were frequently attacked even then Men who since then haye developed into good and useful citizens either handled or manufactured moonshine and it was considered no dis grace to beat the government if pos sible or to take a shot at government officials if the opportunity presented it self Along theTennessee line the whole country was literally honeycombed with these illicit distilleries Just at this time occurred the tragedy which did more to break up moonshin ing than had all the efforts of the gov ernment since the war JA Ray or Arch Ray as he was familiarly known was a young deputy revenue collector stationed at Burksville with Barren county in his district Ray feared the devil but little and man not at all Through informers he discovered that a large moonshine still was in operation in Tracey precinct almost on the line of Allen county On a dark winter day Ray left Glasgow with only a companion to explore the suspected locality He found the still and four or five men engaged in operating it When the bloody fight ended Ray was unhurt but everybody else in the vicinity was dead The bloody work was all done by Ray with a pistol hiscompanions weapon failing to work and he prudently retreating Rays hat brim was torn off by a load from a shotgun in the hands of the owner of the still who was in turn shot dead by Ray Three or four men fell before his unerring gun and it is said to be a fact that not once during the fight did his aim fail him Ray came at once to Glasgow notified Judge Noah Smith that he would be on hand when ever his trial was called and went to his home in Burksville He was never tried either in examining or Circuit court for the very good reason that none of the participants in the engagement were left alive except himself a and for the reason that he was believed to be justifiable This appalling tragedy effectually broke the backbone of moonshining all through this section There was a hur ried exodus of shiners to Tennessee and a general though gradual aban donment of the business There has not for many years been a moonshine distillery in Barren and there are few ifany in Allen and Monroe The name of Ray was long one to conjure with and the very whisper of his presence caused a panic in moonshine society Ray not long after his famous fight resignedand went west locating in Kansas where he became a circuit judge and is now a prominent citizen and politician In the last year or t o he is said to have amassed a fortune on a valuable patent And thus moonshining met its death in Barren county RACE WITH DEATH IN CANVAS CANOE Minnesota High School Boy Saves Comrade Who Had Severed an Artery in His Leg St Paul MinnGeorge Bohn 16 years old a student at the mechanic arts high school Is the 16yearold hero of a thrilling race with death which took place on the Minnesota river in a canvas canoe by night After padding 17 miles In the middle of the night with his companion Matney Taylor in a dying condition at his side the young hero at last reached Fort Snelling where he received as sistance and had his companion emoved to the Cobb hospital at Merrlam parkTaylor is 20 years old and is alSoa student at the mechanic arts high school He had accidentally severed an artery in his left leg with a knife while working In putting up a tent on the Trlerbank 17 miles from SL Paul the two Boys had gone to camp for a few days Taylor would haw bled to death but for the assistance and endurance of his young companion who first tied a handkerchief about his friends leg bat finding that alone did not suffice to check the flow of blood he got a smail stick and twisted the handkerchief until the blood ceased to flow freely Taylor had been weakened by the severalImust get to a place where medical as sistance could be obtained and as the nearest house was two or three miles distant from the river they decided to paddle to Fort nelllng eveningI FOR FOUR HOlRS HE PADDLED FURIOUSLY leg and it was not long afterward that the two were coming down the river toward St paul as speedily as the athletic young Bohn could canoe travel Throughout the wholeII journey Taylor was lying at tom of the c noe occasionally aiwayIfinding died as rapidly as he could while his companion was steadily growing weak er from the loss of blood Whqn they arrived at Fort Snelling Taylor was almost unconscious and Bohn ran to the fort and got assistance The hospital authorities were soon telephoned and the injured young man was taken to the Cobb hospital His condition was pronounced seri ous but he Is deelaredout of danger When Taylor received the injury he was cutting a tent pole with his knife The knife slipped from the wood and severed an artery In his leg Lives with Broken Neck Muskogee I TAlthough ho broke his neck Ray Valliquette 13 year old of this city still lives to tell the story of the accident The most remarkable physiCianThe boy was thrown from his seat in a runaway striking his neck on the wagonbox and dislocating it He was taken to a doctors office where he became unconscious The neck was re set and the boy Is now able to walk and talk can see and discern various objects bnt cannot read He has not lost control of his limbs out cannot go in the direction he de sires Aside from soreness In his neck he does not complain of any illness te WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY when you want to have a Job of wor done have it done at home If yon go away from home to buy or if you go away from home t have work done nine times out often you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not rnisrepre to you he has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you don t want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtless youcall remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at homo and it may comeback again but send it to one of the big mail order houses and it will buy 28cent cigars for 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 make a purchase look over this list and select your store Yo will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from ti 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 Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles IHardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Springfield Arrivesat Louisville Trains Springfield Leaves ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc C W NOE Blacksmithing and Repairing at the most reasonable prices C W Hagan Dealer In Groceries Vegetables fee Beer Etc WE LeachmanI Dealer In Furniture Carpets Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker and Repairing Done on Short Notice Gmndy Claybrooke MclntirD- ealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers In Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Etc soY r Do You Want a Watch Here is the way to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and 4 FOUR 4 Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we will give you the watch The timepiece is an excellent oneguaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemwind stemset nickel case just as the cut in this adver tisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all over the country Every boy to have one to curry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work jpr to play and Every boy in every community in Washington County can get on if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who Ifve in other cpunties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for Th Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four dash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN tand N Railroad Time Table r IncomingTfains Arrives at Arrives at Bardstown Bardstown Junctn Leaves Outgoing Leaves Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville Musical Jeweler Hardware Silverware get ought Suny only No 9L 825 p m 735 650H 600 DailyNo 525 a m 617 703 7 f5U lDaily m 1100 a m 930 730 onlyNo 715am 800 845U 935 DailyNo4 705 pm 552 502 410 DailyNo 120 p nt 220 U 410 p m 545 p m THE SUN 1 PER YEAR i = W Dr W F Trustyj Practical 1tKENTUGKYf Dental work at reasonable prices AD work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber eDr1 J M Burton RESIDENT DENTISTI Teeth out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly FirstV KyOffice 1 l B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KE ITUCKX Life Fire and Accident jf Old Massachusetts Mutual reliable and the best dividendpayingcompany In the world solicitedI rSOFfICE In Opera House Kentuckpe 1SPRINGFIELD OFFICE OVrR J 8 STORE Office Hours 12 M to 2Tp M T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW r Springfield Ky I Washiagtbirandand Federal Courts i c c McCnOJtD r Wm practice in all Stateand Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice in the courts of Washington Appealsr W E SELECMAN ATTyATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appealsi H E WALTER ATTYATLAW 1ollPtlonsIn the courts of Washington andijoining counties it S M MPBELLJ t Crying of public r Will go anywhere f able Phone 84 J 1 USE riMARS ftTIX rIcast LiastWiir list 1 Salesman EC BOGGS DIRECTORY FCircuitEyeCornCommiseMasters Sharpsriile Sidney Osborne Spring field Richard Ijhaxn MacvHle B H silt Fourthe 1 County CourtB l Lltsev iad2e W F G3nntyAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday In each month firstTuesday jOtherdeputy ceyor BrianSuptontomeryIMETHODIST CHCRCH Kev J C HoaMnsont Pastor Services on the first and third Snadays in each month at Lm and 700 mPrayerHennessyPastoroclock a m Services at St Rose same hours CHKISTIAX CHCRCH Eld W P Walden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday Ineach month PRESBVTPRUN CnrRCH Rev T D Latimer tor Preaching every Sunday at 11 L m and pm Sunday Sch ol PrayermeettngeveryThnrsdayeveningat BAPTIST mcsRev Wm Harrison W UaWlneidai 4JasDivineiPolland I Secret SocletIe 1IaSonicSprIngfte1c1 EMapasi a Third Monday nights in each month t 7 Ii I r I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 l1 ZXZt ++ =i COAL titonly have three brands THEY ARE THE BEST Imperial Jellico Birds Eye Cannel Italian Biue 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 BUY PRODUCE HiH TWO EXTREMES Denplte Till WonmnH Reaiionln There Is a Happy Mer iumgA 4A house is a regular vampire If you x will allow It to be said u woman svho keeps house and also longs for time to give to other Interests outside off the 1l0melt will absorb all your thought and vitality she continued until your back is bent and your brain con centrated on the little scratches on your hard wood floor or the neglect of the kitchen faucets to shine all the time like gold If we could be compelled by or law to live in houses of a limited num ber of rooms It might be possible not to a ibe tied hand and foot to their care as tam You know the woman in the corner house Nobody would ever think ry from her dowdy dress that she had such a fine borne But the fact Is every dollar that she gets goes for curtains or a new rug or pretty bits of china and shelooks old and neglected through her extreme devotion to her house Her next door neighbor lives Just contrary to this plan and Is a picture when she goes down the street Her house is cleanenough but things in it- t are so shabby When It comes to choosing between a new rug and a tailor made suit she promptly chooses the garment It Is a pair of gloves before- a china plate every time yet I believe to her way Is the better provjded one must go to either extreme and reallyb there seems no sensible half way Chicago Inter Ocean WOMEN WHO REST They Can Aivray Find TimeMake Others Happy The woman that really wants her husband to be happy and doesnt find delight in saving her blackest most doleful side for him rests before it Is I time for him to come home She doesnt work hard until she hears his step end then worried and nervous run to meet him with a complaint upon her lips She stops work before It Is time for him to come bathes her face combs tier hair slips into a comfortable clean a dress and either lies down or sits doing nothing until he comes The woman who wants to look fresh and be charming at the evening party does the same thing just to get ready forlt She plans her work so that she need not jump from the dish pan Into a pretty dress She has tier clothes ready and she takes a nap during the aaie afternoon This is to make her smile ready and her eyes brlght Both the husband and the hostess will be appreciative of the woman who greets them with that gentle serenity which comes only from one who is rest ed Too many women fail to make others happy simply because they are always tired Kansas City World r CULINARY CONCEITS I Prunes soaked and cbopped make an acceptable addition to fruit cake To improve tomato soup always add 4asqueeze of orange just before serving Onions should always be boiled in water that has been salted otherwise they lose much of their flavor Boiled carrots If passed through a ipotato masher or a sieve and seasoned with pepper and salt make an excel lent vegetable course J A most delicious fritter is made by dropping coldchicken meat seasoning It with celery salt and mixing In the ordinary fritter batter Fry by spoon fuls in deepRft Orange frosting for cake Is made by grating the rind of an orange and squeezing ttasUljjiice and a tablespoonful of lemon julce over It Gradually beat Into the mixture confectioners sugar until the proper consistency is reached That Stitch In Time 1 Tfever neglect small repairs A stitch lln time saves not only nine but ninety A Dont let buttons Jmng by their last thread darn small holes never wear dirty or tumbled lace brush oft mud and bind frayed skirts Fine feathers make fine birds but never in for only outside show cor sets and stockings should be good if plain and always carefully kept in or der A clean cotton petticoat Is bet ter than a shabby silk one and the smartest boots look bad if they are worn down at heel or minus buttons or p + Buy It t+ NoI + And + Save tit Money I titI IW YourilngerleJ M H Jones KMt+ Wt+++1+1 tidy laces Remember the outward appearance is often an Index of a per sons character and that one Is apt to- et untidy in ones character when habits of ilntidiuess are indulged in The tidy girl makes a tidy wife and a tidy mother and her influence goes tarC like the ripples that spread in water after a stone has been thrown in ittOolor Schemes If the room is without sun says thetScientific American make pale yellowp the color key If it is cold on a in the mountains or In shadow of high neighboring walls warm It with blending of mahogany and pink or old rose and old gold hangings comfbined with a relief of curtains in Ivotor ecru tint If it is sunny mahogany or other dark woods and blue willfgive the desired effect If it is too dark light it up with maple or white enamel with cream or golden browner with rose tones on the walls and put some brigbt blooming plants and ferns about the windows Cracked LlplIICracked lips are often caused by ill health and indigestion Put a little good cold cream on every night after washing and overhaul your dietary it you are troubled In this way and want remedy the matter Never blteyour however rough and unconiforta le they may feel Biting makes matters worse rather than better and Is likely to permanently spoil the outline of the lips and make them thick and ugly Marion Deaths Lebanon Enterprise Infant of S J Curry died at New Market A child of Martin Luckett died Sat urday at the home of its parents near New Market of a stomach affection and was buried at Calvary Sunday Old Aunt Cordia Tyler colored aged seventy died at Belltown Tuesday after lingering illness of consumption Pauline Wallace three years oldIdaughter of Dr Wallace of Louisville died at the home of her parents last Saturday after a brief illness of pneu Her remains were shipped to Gravel Switch Sunday and buried that afternoonMrs P Minor died at the residence of her husband near Gravel Switch Saturday afternoon ofa kidney affection PLEASANT HILLI Left From Last Week 1Much was done here Friday afternoon by a severe storm of wind and rain G W Shirley bought thirtyseven head of sheep from Will Trent for 185 Miss Claudia Royalty was the guest- of her cousin Miss Anna Royalty Monday night The Misses Royalty are skillful musicians and it is a treat to hear them play- JoetBurkhead and family visited at S Royaltys Thursday night Richard Pinkston and family visited at Tatham Springs Sunday Ge Walker of near Mackville visited the family of John Brown at Sharpsville Sunday Claude Graham family of T low were visitors here last week lFIITES Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF IIiITATIONL THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co ST LOUIS MO Foe Ea by GL J Hairdos Springfield News in Kentucky A FEUD BATTLE One Man Desperately Wounded and Another Slightly Injured Mt Sterling1 Ky July 27rDetall3 of a desperate feud battle between the Mullins and Flemings factions at Long Fork in Letcher county have just been learned For years bad blood has existed Tuesday Sol Mttllins anl Sol Flemings met and opened fire in an Instant The remaining members of the factions were nearby at a store At the third shot Mullins fell mortally wounded having been shot in the ab domen The other members rushed to the scene and over the lifeless body of Mullins the battle raged for half an hour When the fight ceased Jeff Flemings was seen to have received a desperate wound One of the Mul lins was slightly wounded Deputy Sheriff Tackett arrived on the scene and arrested Robert Henry and George Mullinsr and after making resistance Sol Flemings escaped to the mountains Mullins was one of the leaders in the celebrated kuklux war at Boones Fork in this county three years goFor his implication In the kuklux depredations he was given a life sentence in the Kentucky penitentiary but Gov Beckliam par dotted him last year Reports say that Sol Mullins died of his wounds BRAIN EXPOSED One of the Most Sensational Surgical Operations on Record Louisville Ky July 27Peter Zan olari the Italian whose skull was in an elevator accident at the new Seelbach hotel July 20 has fur nished the medical world with one of most sensationalsurgl al cases on record Parts of ine temporal pane and sphenoid bones were so frac that the removal of the broken ieces left an opening six Inches in diameter through which his grain vas exposed He was taken to the Unit versity hospital where he was on the operating table two hours He re to take an anaesthetic and re consciousness during the whole One of the moss extraordinary features of the case from a medical standpoint is that his temperature has never risen above 100 andhe has SU- ffered no pain While the operation was In progress he said he was not suffering but asked for a drink of wa ter The broken portions of the bones have been stitched together and replaced beneath the scalp under the skillful direction of Dr Simrall An derson Zanolari continues to improve and his recovery Is now assured THE STATE GUARDS All Arrangements For Their Encamp ment Completed Frankfort Ky J ly27All arrangements have been completed in the department of the adjutant general for the annual camp of Instruction of the state guard to be held at Padu cah beginning on August 7 The Sec ond regiment will go Into camp first t will be followed by the First or Lou Isville regiment and then by the Third regiment The camp will close on September 2 The troops Will be reviewed by GOY Beckham on which revIew days he will be accompanied by the members of his official staff The review day of the Second regi ment has been fixed for AugusJ 11 The governor will visit the camp again August 24 to review the First regiment troops and will remain In the camp until the 28th too review tie Third regiment Col Hindmans Narrow Escape Louisville Ky July 27Col Biscoe Hindman ot the First Kentucky regi ment narrowly escaped death In a collision between his automobile ant a street car By miscalculating his speed he crossed in front of a Broad way car and his machine was struck just as the front wheels cleared the track and way completely wrecked Thrown Out of Buggy Central City Ky July 27John Voodwasout driving with Miss Blanche Harper when the horse became unmanageable and ran away Ttie vehicle was overturned and Miss Harper sustained a broken arm and 3 fractured skull also Injuries to hip and spine The Line Being Extended Middleburg1 Ky July 27The K T railroad which connects with the Cincinnati Southern at Stearns is being extended from Bartells to Rock Creek in Wayne county and will tap one of the richest sections ol Southern Kentucky Left Brain In His Hat Mayfield Ky July 27 Jordan Bu trum was killed here In a horrible manner While loading a sawlog aIprop slipped and threw him under the log and his head was mashed off leav ing Ills brains in his hatIUnion Depot For Winchester Paris Ky July 27 According to information received by the Winchester Commercial club the L N an C O roads will erect a 16000 union passenger station In Winches ter early this fall- Prominent Horseman Dies Cynthiana Ky July 27V F Be ry aged 65 years prominent breed er and horseman died at thehome of his brotherinlaw here from paralysis of the throat b Two New Dikes Paducah Ky July 27 The two dikes to be constructed at Mound City Ill will be a great convenience for Lower Ohio river pen r ARRESTED AND FINED Ho Kissed His Girl too Much To SuitS the Neighbors 29lIIChaqlCallahan street has a sweetheart and he loves ed tJthethem how affectionate he could be oy kissing and embracing the girl In theeback yard in the sight of all they caused orhis arrest on the charge of direr derly conduct In the police courtafnumber of the neighbors testified against Callahan They said that his public exhibition of kissing and hug ging the girl was shocking to their t1thhJUdgeof 10 TO PREVENT YELLOWFEVER The Kentucky State Board i of Health Decides Not To Quarantine gtuckyed nQtto establish a quarantine against southern cities in the yellow fever zone until t situation becomes more serious The board communicated with the officials of the Illinois Central Louisville Nashville and Queen Crescent railways and It was decided that the state regulations re garding the cleansing of passenger cars with formaldehyde Is a sufficient precaution FATHERINLAWS DISCIPLINE Filled His Sondn Laws Head and Back With Shot Vanceburg Ky July 29June Hun ter a young man was shot in the back by his fatherinlaw John Gattis here Hunters back and head were filled with shot About 100 have been taken mhoHis condition is not critical how- eyer Gattis escaped The trouble grew out of Hunters wife attending a hop against his wishes Uncle of Curtis Jett Dead Bristol Than July 29 Stephenson Jett proprietor of the Hotel Kentucky at Elizabethtown Tenn after having left an early call in order to go on a picnic excursion was found dead in bed Heart failure is supposed to have been the cause of his death Mr Jett came to Tennessee from Breathitt county Ky He was an uncle of Curtis Jett who received a life sentence In connection with tho Breathitt counj ty feudseGood Fortune Killed Him Paducah Ky July 29D W Black well 62 federal veteran died suddenly from excessive drinking He recently drew 2000 back pension Un til then he had not drank In years but on receiving the money he started on a spree that lasted till death Kentucky Refining Co Louisville Ky July 29The Ken tucky Refining Co of Louisville ofS which EH Ferguson is president has secured control of practically the en southIthe American 0 A Free Site TenderedIOwensboro Ky July 29 ThefHomestead Land Co has formally dered to the board of education of the Methodist Episcopal church as a site 11landthing over 50 acres Took Dose of Morphine Newport Ky July 29Ollie Craw ford 22 whose home is at Wheeling W Va but who has resided at 226 West Fifth street for several months took an overdose of morphine with sul cidal intent at her rooms She will recover Secretly Newport Ky July 29The an nouncement was just mare that Dr Virgil Barker of this city was mar nod several months ago to Miss Florence E Spahr of Indianapolis They wedding took place at St Louis Bought His Lexington Ky July IntercstIJones Caveland Ky bought of J S Barbee the lat ters half Interest in the tenyearold stallion Handsel for 5000 and he is now the sole property of Jones Will Visit Cincinnati Frankfort Ky July 29The Frank fort Business Mens club has decided to visit Cincinnati on Wednesday selJtember 6 to repay the visit tOIFrankfortFrankfort Kyr July 29Gov Black ham honored a requisition of the gov ernor dt California for W H Buchan ap under arrest in Louisville and wanted In Redlands county California on a charge of forgery Kentucky Woman Injured Cincinnati July 29Mrs Minnie hasden near ably fatally Injured when the floor of an outhouse caved In She was uncon I scious when taken out BriberyrCoIngton Ky July 29C B Jarvis a federal prisoner was released on bond JarvisJ it is alleged alfcmpI edgto bribe the jailer at Catlettsburg Ky and In that manner secure his re lepse with others The largest island In the world Is New Guinea 306000 square miles Great Britain is 83826 IS UNDER ARREST Pins In His Scalp Before Try ing To Poison Himself Henderson Ky July 31LtentJohn C Gordon a surgeon of the Unit States army attempted suicide in city prison here with a drug of some kind He was frustrated in his and will recover Gordon land d here under the influence of drugs liquor and was taken in charge by the police After he was resuscitated the suicidal attempt it was found that he had stuck quite a number ot pins in his scalp Gordon is believed Statesdroopsway south to do quarantine duty Georgia Gordon claims that he a mother living near Bvansvllle WILL TAKE PRECAUTIONS Date Set For the Trial of Mary Glad ders Assailant 31JudCJejRussellville Ky July Sandridge has called a special termI the circuit court for August try Polk Fletcher Guy Lyon and Jim Lyon who with John Sacre are charg ed with assault on Vary Gladder May 23 of this year Sacre was tried at the June term and sentenced to death August 25 is the day set for the hang ing but as the case has been appealed It is not likely It will take place on that day The fueling against the prisoners Is still intense and extraordinary precautions will be taken at the coming trial to prevent mob vio lence COMMITTED SUICIDE Her Husband Ran Away With Another Woman Glasgow Ky July 31 Mrs Jennie Shaw committed suicide at her home near Summershade by hanging herself About three months ago her hus anIthe wife was badly crippled in a run circumIshe became unbalanced She was 50 years old and had several children County Seat Question IThe Ky July 31 There is now no doubt about a vote of the people being taken at the November elec- tIon on the proposition the Kenton county seat from Independ nce to Covhtgtonr The necessary number of signatures of voters to the petition has been secured Stijng By Bumble Bees Petersburg Ky July 3L While Goldie the daughter of William Rn mines was driving in the cows from their pasture to milk them she stepped Into a big bumble bees nest The bees stung her repeatedly about the face hands and limbs and it is feared will die Sabbathf Powers spent his second Sunday quietly at the Newport jail He received a large number of visitors during the after and also attended divine sere being taken into the Jail proper or that purpose by Jailed Ploeger Turners Golden Jubilee 31COvingtonIee of the society with three days fes tivities on September 17 18 and 12 and great preparations are being made for the event which promises to be the finest of its kind ever seen Dies of Heart Trouble TapIkeSpeers hospital He was a blacksmith 48 years of age and resided at 831 Saratoga street He was a widower and had lived In Newport since a child and possessed many friends Louisvilles Horse Show Louisville Ky July 31The Louis ule Horse Show associations 1905 exhibition will be held the week of October 2 and 24000in prizes will he given the amount to be divided be tween the saddlers harness horses roadsters and jumpers Ed Alvey Sued Louisville Ky July 31J S Hen derson brought suit against Ed Alvey the local poolroom man to recover 1000 alleged by him to have been lost In rooms conducted by the defendant He lost the money during the week of July 15 1905 Bad Record IAKy July 31 Louisvilles wickedness for the past month has broken all records The report of the police department will show that bJer 1000 arrests have been made six for murder and over 100 for malicious cutting Postmaster Removed Greenup KyJuly 31 Surprise was created when it became known that Postmaster Thomas E Myers had been removed from office and Charles F Taylor a merchant appointed in his place Mr Myers held the office for eight years Getting Ready For Encampment Paducah Ky July 31 Workmen are active at Wallace Park getting it condition for the encampment ot the state guards which extends from August 7 to September 2 There will be a signal service consisting of two corps Tokio is a few degrees colder than London in January and 15 degrees warmer in July Every a HeartAche difficultfluttering or dizzy spell means that your heart is straining it self in its effort to keep in dangerousSome r exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries stoRRelie at once with Dr Miles Heart Cure It invigorates and strengthens the heart nerves tqeheartpain and misery Take no chances make your heart strong and vigorous with Dr Miles Heart Curel-I suffered terribly with heart dis bydigerentwithout results I went to a phYSi thatIthe Xray on me and In connection rankin wasinHeartCureuntil my return from Memphis when pleasedtoCHARLES GOODRICH Caruthersville Mo byyourfallshe f Miles Medical Co Elkfaart Ind Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits20r000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VicePrudent J A Boulware Cashier Chas M ilcChord Asst Cashier H G Lee Bookkeeper LGraham DIRECTOJi5I Haydon M BlanfonL Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteedfooooooooooooooooooooooooo OGCOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO 8 LEO Hrnox S BTHOXPSOSJB Q o HAYDON THOMPSON wiM MMrw LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Travelta Men PHon 18 oooohoooooa t o JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director r AndnLicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD IKENTtTCKY Best Attention- Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Dad 19 Night 74 0000000000000 CLUBBING RATES a WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 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 id The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 280 Address THE SPRINGFIELD SUN- Springfield gYM j 48 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 2 1905 WAS woom ANnJ IBIl THE SURf ACTRESS TELLS OF ROMANCE WITH YOUNG MILLIONAIRE MARRIED LIFE WAS ROUGH Trances Rush Sues For and Obtains Divorce from Impetuous Scion of WealthyFamiiyTermsof ChicagoHow a young and impetu ous millionaire wooed and won a dash lug actress a romantic courtship end l lug in a proposal and acceptance in the surf off Atlantic City was told by x Frances Rush theformer actress wife of Charles H Thaw the other day 115S Rush related how she becamethe wife young Thaw sion of a wealthy St oll family and cousin of the countess tcentiyyoung millionaire was in danger of in carceration in jail because of his dis obedience of an order of court In return for freedom from matrimonial cares and his release from prison in New York Thaw gave her a check for 75000 while at the same time Judge Akers granted her a divorce by default The payment of the money was the result in an agreement reached between the attorneys of the litigants She charged young Thaw of infidelity he 1IPhilalldeIphiax andfrom that time on until the company left town we were almost constantly in each others company A short time after we left Philadelphia I met Thaw again in Atlantic City and while there we spent most of our time bathing in the surf One afternoon white we were enjoying dip and after he had been unusually attentive to me he grasped me in his arms just as a Dig ware broke over us and asked me to beII his wife 4or course I consented because at that time I thought I was in love with him and I knew he W3in love with HE GRASPED ME IN HIS ARMS AND ASKED ME TO BE HIS WIFE me Shortly after the proposal we were married and Mr Thaw took me to St Louis to visit his folks I did not stay there very long as the family did not seem to y particularly my company and I knew that it made my very uncomfortable husbandI 1 think we stayed with about three weeks when Yozk1WhenThaw forbade me to speak to any of my old friends I forgot to mention that he was the most jealous man I ever met told him that he was acting very un manly and that I would speak tom j friends if I met any One afternoon while we were walk ing down Fifth avenue I happened tc meet an old friend of mine and stoppelI to tall to him Mr Thaw come on and acted very rUde r re preached him for it Without another word be stepped up and dealt me a se vere slap in theface Stung by the insult and with mj heart almost breaking I turned frog him and walked away resolved never tc see him again 1 didnot even go bad for my clothes or jewels I left every thing with him I knew that he would try to keep me if I went back He tried every way in his power to bring me back but I was resolute and refused to have anything to do with him Thaw then cast his eyes upon Haze Brown a chorus girl according to Mrs Thaw and within three months after the wedding a separation ensued Mrs Thaw came to Chicago some time age anti began suit for divorce Coat Saved His Life Altoona Pa Boarding a train of refrigerator cars to ride home Earnesf B Sprangle aged 17 employed at the East Altoona roundhouse escaped death in an unusual manner The train hewdropped In front of the cars but his coat caught on the coupler and he was held suspended untila brakeman found him and flagged the front draft Wedded in ft Buggy Humbolt Tenn = Ira Cherry of Memphis and Miss Carrie Tanner of Trenton drove up to the parsonage of the Methodist church one afternoon recently and were united In marriage t bY Rev J W Waters The couple were married sitting In the buggy saying they preferred to solemnize the affair underneath the wide spreading maples that adorned the church and personage lot 7 i HOUSEHOLD WISDOM BonFine Table Unen May Be Preserved l y Proper Treatment Tablecloths and napkins should nev er have a touch of starch In them says thclew York Journal but should be wrung out with very hot water and then each piece should be ironed unto It Is perfectly dry going over and over It with the iron until not n suspicion of moisture Is left In it With a tablecloth after having Ifoued the whole cloth place the cloths basket under the Iron- Ing board to catch the cloth as it works over fold It carefully so that the edges meet and the crease Is exactly down the middle and iron as It is creased then lay the cloth on a table or somewhere where it will air a little before putting it away in the linen drawer on shelf- Centerpieces and doilies that are embroidered in colors or made of drawn work should never be allowed to get very soiled before washing not only because everything that belongs to a table should be kept spotlessly clean but because they are perishable things and should never be rubbed hard to get spots out A soup lather is best for washing embroidered pieces as soap should never be rubbed directly on them Make a thick lather of soap and lay n centerpiece In It washing It carefully but patting instead of rubbing as much as possible Squeeze in drying with gettingIone at a time spreading them out on comingIngalnstThere may ben piece that the colors will run In and every piece may bear its mark if washed all together Driven work may be washed with a little less care for soap not only may should be rubbed directly into the piece and if one piece is a little yel low it may bo washed out well and laid jout In the air to bleach wIth the suds still in it- Hour to Prune Tree We must prune young fruit trees be topIthe top and the root the latter having been greatly reduced In digging the tree from the nursery says Suburban Life We must cut out at this time any branches not needed for the for mation pf the head and we may pare the ends ofj tho roots smoothly that were roughly cut with the spade in digging We must watch the youig tree during the growing season aid stop the growth of any shoots out growing their neighbors and rub off any shoots not desired as soon as they outias grow such shoots as tire being smothered by branches above them or that are being Injured by others rubbing against them and aim to give the tree a sym metrical low headed form When the lower branches become weak we must Increase their vigor by cutting out branches from the top thus forcing growth into them and never If It can be avoided cut a large branch from the main trunk How to Seal Letter It Is often very desirable to know how to seal a letter po that It cannot Ee opened without betraying the fact Steam or hot water will open envelopes closed with mucilage and even a wafer A holjron or a spirit lamp dis solves sealing wax an Impression In plaster having been taken of the seal By the combined use of wafer and sealing wax however all attempts to open the letter otherwise than by force can be frustrated All that Is necessa ry Is to close the letter first with n small moist wafer and to pierce the latter with a coarse needle the same applies to mucilage whereupon sealing wax may be used In the usual manner This seal can neither be opened by dry heat nor by moisture How to Cure Obstinate Cough u A cure for obstinate coughs was made at the old missions In Lower California afterthe following recipe One gallon water one pound of figs cut small dry or fresh one pound of dates cut small one ounce of sage leaves and half a pound of rock candy Boil all together till reduced onehalf Strain and boil the simp again gently until reduced to one quart Bottle and take it as often as desired and as much as agrees with the patient The sage checks the night sweats and heals the figs purify the system and the dates and sugar furnish carbon to the blood faster than the lungs can consume It How to Slake BKIC Barley Egg barley Is a dainty soup paste which fs an agreeable change from noodles macaroni spaghetti ijnd similar compounds To make it prepare as- tor noodles save that a third more Sour is to be kneaded into the dough This must be so firm that It can be grated on n large grater or chopped Into the tiniest of kernels with a chop ping knife These are then spread in a tin plate and allowed to become a light golden tint in the oven Strain the soup and put over the fire When It bolls put In the egg barley and let It remain till It begins to float on top how to Toughen China To toughen china and glass place the new china In a boiler full of cold water bring to boll gradually boil for four hours and leave standing In the water tllKcool Glass or china toughened in this WilY will never crack with hot wa ter How to Clean Motherofpearl- In cleaning motherofpearl rub It with fine powdered pumice and water and polish with rottenstone moistened with dilute sulphuric acid applied with a soft cork Jr BOUGH EXPERIENCE IN THE MOUNTAINS WILD RIDE WITH INTOXICATED STAGE DRIVER MAD RACE ACROSS CANYON Exciting Adventure of a Mining En gineer in Idaho Incident That Tended to Sober Up the Drunken Crowd Salt Lake CityFor genuine wild west experiences Jahn T Brockon a mining engineer is prepared to recommend to the ten erfoot atrip over the state line which runs rom Ketchum to Stanley on the middle fork of the Sal mon river in Idaho Mr Breckon having just returned from that country and having made the trip one way alone with a drunken stage driver and the other way with plentY9f company as drunk as the peculiarly qualified to speak on the subject The mining engineer makes many trips to wild parts of the country but he declares that he has never encountered anything quite so wild as that particu lar stage ride In the first place you must know said Mr Breckon that there Isnt a rougher stretch of country anywhere In the Rocky mountains than the 60 or 70 miles traversed by that stage route It Is simply a succession of precipitous mountains with deep canyons be tween and the road is continually describing almost impossible angles Austin Tiernan John H McCrystal and Otto Bossert had just come Ll- ttf the country as I was going In and they gave the stage driver a tip to give me the ride of my life over those mountainsI however that they had rather overdone the matter of prepar ing the driver for his stunt for we had no sooner started than he insisted tnat I should do the driving while he took a nap handled the lines all right until I reached Galena which Is at the sum of the divide and when I looked and saw the almost sheer descent 1mltfive or six miles ahead of and awoke the driver He felt gronchyover being awakened DOWN THE PRECIPITOUS PATH WE WENT from a sound slumber and when I gave him the lines he wrung his whip over those four horses in a way that sent us fairly rolling down that rocky slopethat iSi we were rolling when we Werent sliding I never will know how we reached the bottom without going over some of the perpendicular cliffs but we did and it took us less than 15 minutes to travel five miles For hairraising rides it certainly beat anything I bad ever experienced up to that time But on the return trip we had one even more thrilling There were sovon on the stage and all were drunk except another man and myself Tile keeper of a saloon fit one of the sta tions started out after us in a light ng and succeeded In passing the stage This feature hurt the p fesstonal pride of our driver and he watched for a chance to get ahead again He saw It when we canfeto a place where the road had been built around a deep canyon The saloonkeeper kept on the road and the stage driver cut across the canyon at breakneck sped When the saloonkeeper saw what was going on he whipped his own horses into a run It was plain that when at the point of the mountain either the stage must go into the river or the saloon mans rig must go up the mountain side As the stage had the better of the argument in weight and strength the other team took to the mountain side Tho saloonkeepers buggy was smashed to pieces and he and his companions were thrown out one the jagged rocks They were too drunk to be seriously hurt but the saloonkeepers under lip was badly cut fu ly an inch square of It hanging by a slender piece of flesh and shin Somebody took a jackknife and cut off the lip and threw it Into the road After this we proceeded to our destination without special incident tne experience having served to sober the crowd somewhat His Death Dream Came True Parkersburg W VaHenry King a veteran of the civil war 70 years old died the other night Two weeks before he dreamed three times that he had but two weeks to live and told his family repeatedly that he expected to die He remained in his usual health till the other day when he was taken sick and grew rapidly and constantly worse until he died two weeks to the hour after bii first dream r MOORESVILLE We had a picnic at New Hope last Saturday There was a large crowd present and dinner for all on the ground Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves Several farms have been sold at reasonable figures AUthur Moore sold to James Lay and bought a farm from Andrew Kirsch Kirk C heat ham bought out Warren Jones and Sam Tingle Sam Tingle bought out R Sacristy Ed Grigsby bought out Cal Seay for 2100 Mrs Kate Sweeney of Louisville is visiting the family of Mr T D Swee ney Miss Dessie has returned from a visit to SPringfield Miss Zoe Grigsby has returned home after a weeks visit to her cousin Miss Mary Grigsby at Midway Mr John A Tucker Is quite sickat this writing Mr Milton Mattingly wife and two children are quite illat this time We are pleased to report that Ed Gregory is now convalescing from a se vere attack of flux Hubert Barlow son of Emerson Bar low of Woodlawn is quite jllof ty phoid fever Wheat threshing is going on at a rapidrate and is turning out reason ably well JMiss Jennie Yates has returned home after a twoweeks visit in Springfield Several of our boys visited Wood lawn last Sunday Mr Owen Ellis and sister Missi Nancy visited Miss Nettie Boblitt at Midway last Sunday Miss Mary Grigsby and Mr Harry Derringer attended church at Spring field last Sunday Miss Della Croake has resumed her school on Hog Run She has had a se vere attack of cholera morbus Mr Robert Sweeneyand family of Chaplin visited the family of Mr T D Sweeney last Sunday Mr Jesse Crume visited his brother Shelby Grume last Saturday and Sun dayMrs VO Ellis and daughter Missi Nancy were shopping in Springfield last here attended the SunI day school convention at Botland last Thursday Mr James Truax and family visted his brother Mat Truax in Springfield last Saturday and Sunday Mr Ed Youcum and family visited friends and relatives at Tatham Springs last Saturday and Sunday Several from Woodlawn atttended the picnic at New Hope last Saturday DEEP CREEK Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter visited the family of W G Nichols Mon day night Mr Willie Slaton spent Saturday night with his friend John H Elliott JrMiss Tishie Carpenter and Mrs GCt W Russell visited the latters sister Mrs Eddie White this week It is reported that Mr Smith Drury has sold his farm to Mr Martin Math erley We will be glad to welcome our new neighbor Maritn into our vicinity if he intends to move to that place and will be sorry if Mr Smith moves out Mr and Mrs Willie Carpenter visited the formers parents Thursday night The stork visited at the home of Mr Woodsie Coyle last Wednesday July 26 and left a pretty girl Cousin Dee Riley of Fenwick paid a pleasant visit to his uncle ohn H El liott of this place Saturday and Sun dayMr Bennie Carpenter was the pleasant guest of his brother Willie Sun day Mr and Mrs Addle Blacketer and Mrs Lucinda Blacketer were the ples a it guests of the family of Mrs Mollie Qjyle Sunday Mr Grover Elliott and Mrr Ida Elliott were among the crowd from Deep Creek that attended the service at Al k ton Sunday Mr Henry Reynolds took a wagon adof apples to Danville a few days ai co and sold them at fifteen cents a p ck Mrs Fannie Bottom of this place- v sited relatives at Mackville among tnem being Mr J H Bottom Mr and Mrs J W Best and chil den visited his wifes brother Mr eorge Elliott Friday James is go ir g around with a sore arm Little Clora and Otis Lawson have ben sick the past few days but are a 10 Kat this writing Miss Clyda Coyle visited her uncle a daunt Mr and Mrs Anderson Hol d Erman Saturday night and was ac companied by them and their son r enrYi toAliston where they attended SundayI who had his lumbers wed at the home of Mr John H C EJlliott some time in June had it taken home last Saturday The house vacated by Mr J H Bot tom will be fitted up for Mr Martin who will clerk for Charles Coyle Mr and Mrs Willie Elliott paid Mr and Mrs Ben Coyle a pleasant visit Sunday The late Secretary Hay in conversa tion with James Dubois of the State Department less Shan a year ago predicted that he not twelve months I I Special Summer VIA Excursions ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADTO California Colorado And to the Lewis and Clark CmttRNial Expsttlm ItIfMM C PORTLAND OREGONU AT SPECIAL REDUCED RATES Very low oneway and round 1 trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low roundtnpp- rates to points in Territory Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesdays of each month 5 Only Line Running Through PersdnallY Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New Mexico and Texas Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet I Description of Southern Lands r W HARLOW G P A Louisville Ky J t1 t OOOO t1 OOOQOOOgOgOgooeaeagoga o 0 CtClubbing Rates t nM FOR o n I 1905 1 0 nj THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and OJ ft willCo ttSaveI i tt- i Money selectingoyour ereading o matter from Theo Suns Club binglistC W For Sale t About 10000 feet oak lumber for sale Am sawing now and can cut to suit if notifiedat once J E SHELBY R F D How to Make a TarlclaH To two quarts of strained tomatoes and water add salt and pepper and let boil In the meantime wash onehalf pound of the large Carolina rice until the water runs off clear anil put that and onequarter of a pound of butter in a spider while wet and keep stirring it until the rice begins to swell an take a golden color Then turn It tiI the boiling tomato water cover closely and set It on a moderately part of the range for min utes It unmet not be stirred nor niI Iowed to burn but no water need be added If the are observed When done put two ounces of butter In the spider and aUow it to become golden Turn the rice out into a mound on a platter and pour the melted butter over It It directions are carefully fol lowed every keniQl of rice will be sep arate from the rest and the pilaff tasty and good Springfield Market Bacon Hams 15c Sides 13c Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 15c per pound ChickensHens 8S Spring 12Hc Driedapples 5c per pound Ducks per pound Corn Meal 75c per bushel Eggs9c per dozen Feathers per pound Flour 280 to 3 Glnsengf 750 per pound GralnW eat Bic worn Oats 40c HidesGreen 7c to- Lard13lcc per pound LimeWe to SLoo per barrel Mill productsBran Jloo shipatuff 130 per pounds PotatoesCountry 60c f OnionslCO Tallow per pound Vinegar3c to 4oc per gallon WoolBurry and greasy 14Ho cleans of grease 30c tub washed 2Sc tir Country Sorghum 43c to 50osj = 4 iBoth pers 1yrnBryans n JWeekly CourierJournal L50 Weekly Louisville Herald L25 American 150 nrtrWeekly Cincinnati L75 JSemiWeekly IThriceaWeekHome and Farm 125 t iAmericanAmerican Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 2125 Country 2iOO o CEFarmReview of Reviews 325 a 0ScnbnerLedger Mo th y L75- Harpers nMagazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South L50 0 onooooooooooo Address Sun Springfield Ky 7 II Lumber purchaser No1I twentyfive proportions t 1Turkeys5cc sitOnion CommoilerU Enquirer Gentleman The A Meat Market t 1B11You without ice H Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are constantly in the market for good beevestF T COX CO 1 t EEf Ef e IfT If If 9 IfI If- i If IfC If If r K If If T T S = EttEFEEIrR aE4faEEt f tick on time can be bought IiiThat at a low price Also a of jewelry Have your = j eyes tested and glasses fitted W Call and see him If v J3J 4 riWORKiai lY R w W EJasw S Graves Ii W ST ti- ii W ti w- I t2sSub4tcrilw for Tk SM 106 7 r