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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 11 J mptittg it b nht i h DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON r COUNTY I II VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905NAMEI37 1MERCHANTS If you would akt in effective fight against till mail order house you must lisa till sane weapon with which 1ka mail ariar house Is fighting yws CONSTANT ADVERTISING DO YOUWANT Another Railroad to Pass Through Springfield = Here Is a Chance to Get One T Mr Sympson Roberts who has been away for several weeks with the Os bourne Engineering Company of Cleve Sundayicompany is now engaged in surveying route for a new railroad from the Cumberland river and the coal fields of Clinton county to some city which will give an inlet to the markets of the north The terminus of the survey will probably be Louisville however this is not yet definitely settled It is said that the survey will come within a few miles of Springfield and that the people hereby a little finan cialaidcan place the town in the probable list of towns through which the new road will pass Shooting In Louisville Saturdaysjshootingkichael Hontedonico Samuel M Crume the medical student who caught the man who was alleged to be detaining Miss Ada Johnson against heruwill Thursday night was arrested last night by Pa trolmen Dolan OHearn and Lapielle InIfleft thigh and a shattered right pelvic bone It is not expected that his injuries will prove fatal The shooting oc curred in a stairway at the rear of the building at 306 West Market street where it is said Crume and some friends had gone to see two women who have rooms there The women who gave their names as Carrie and Tillie Ford and who are known to the police as the Rheinhart sisters said last night that they had attempted to get the men to leave and that the trouble then arose that resulted in the shooting There are several stories of the affair but the one held by the police is to the effect that the trouble occurred after the men had left the building At that time they say Montedonico who lives in the house leaned out of the window and called to them He then started down the stairs and met Crume coming up There they say Crume fired five shots at Montedonico and turned and ran throwing his revolver which was a fortyfour caliber into art ash barrelas he ran through the alley Crume it is said stopped in a restau rant on Third avenue near the scene of the shooting and after first calling for beer took milk and hurried out the street He was arrested on informa tion furnished the police by the men who accompanied him to the place and waS identified at the jail by the wo menHe declares that he is innocent He says that the incident of Thursday night should go to show what kind of a man he is He denied any knowledge of the shooting He has a wife and baby and is a student in the Kentucky Medical University His pistol he declared was at his home He lives at 811 Cawthon street He has seen three and a half years service he says in the United States army and has two honorable discharges Montedonico was taken at first to the City Hospital but was later removed to St Josephs Infirmary where Drs G W Griffiths and W H Wathen operated upon him The bullet that struck the left thigh was found to have narrowly missed the femoral artery and that in the right hip to have shattered the pelvic bone The bullet in the right hip was not located but the wound was dressed and it is believed the physicians in charge that re probableMichael is thirty years of age and is the son of Anthony Mon tedomco who formerly conducted a saloon and bowling alley on West Jefferson street He is Well known Head formerly been employed at Macau Jeyg Theater as a stage hand Election Commissioner Governor Beckham has appointed Judge C R McDowell of Danville as one of the election commissioners he having been recommended by the chair man of the Sthte centralcommittee A meeting of the commission will be held some time next month to name the county election commissioners Judge McDowells friends will be glad to Uponhimconfident that he will give a good account of himself wherever the commis sion meets Teachers Institute The institute for white teachers will convene at the Graded School next Monday morning Superintendent M 0 Wimfrey of the Middlesboro school will be the instructor There should be a full attendance of the teachers and requiresthesession of the institute and a full attendance of the teachers is desired DRi DEN AREEil tr loved and Honored Physician Passes Away Buried at Wil isburgj tt4 Ken cky State Journal At the meeting of the Franklin County Medi cal Society Saturday afternoon Aug ust 5 1905 a committee was appointed to prepare suitable resolutions on the death of Dr Joseph Samuel Demaree which occurred in Shelby county near Bagdad on the 4th of August at 1 p m of a lingering case of typhoid fever continuing for five weeks Dr Dem aree was born in Shelby county in 1865 He jeducated at Memphis and gradu ated in medicine from that city in 1888 He began the practice of medicine ih Mackville Washington county where he practiced for eight years and one year in Danville From those points he came to Frankfort in 1902 where he built up a large and successful practice His suavity of manner retring and un assuming disposition won for him a host ot personal friends and a confiding clientageDr was married in 1889 to Miss Trent of Washington county by whom he had one son now living aged fourteen years and a son who died in infancy His wife died in 1898 since which time his wpole affections ndi happiness were centered in therearing and care of that surviving son whose manly character evidences a paternal care that is most beautiful Dr Dema ree was buried Sunday the 6th inst at Willisburg Washington county beside the wife of his young manhood and sleeping babe Blessed is the consolation that the setting is always followed by the rising sun and that he now enjoys the rising of that sun from the great white throne A lifelong friend and acquaintance said to the writer of this memoriam that Dr J S Demaree was the most moral man and the cleanest character he has ever known He was truly a man without guilt His professional brethren can bear testimony that he was punctiliously ethical in his relations with his brother physicians charitable courteous and above all and at all times a gentleman Two For Springfield The games of ball played here last Friday and Saturday between Spring field and the Bradley Gilberts of Louisville resulted in victories for Springfield Fridays game was the most hotly contested the score being 3 to 1 in favor of the home team while Saturdays game resulted in a score of 9to5 Farm For Sale We have for sale a farm inthe Lit sey section of Washington county 100 acres landjiO acres bottom land and 30 acres all good New two story house good tabacco barn Closs to a schoo house and church Plenty of stock water and an abundance for domestic purposes Will sell on easy terms Call upon or address E J BINKSTON- R M THOMPSON dr a t = w jI J NOTHING STARTLING THISrM Springfield Ky Aug 4Editor Sun Please discontinue my advertisement Lumber For Sale I intended to notify you last week to do so in factpnlyexpectedt to run for one issue but forgot to tell Noe your paper was out had five or six buyers at my place and could have sold three times the amount offered if I had had it f Yours I J E SHELBY ib i t t The Beaut ful Kingdom l By Will Si Maupinl There are faces alight with the glory of love In the Kingdom of Nevergrowrold fr itInwho can dwell in that land Wherechlldren are ruling with scepters in handwFor youth is the monarch of one happy band In the Kingdom of Never rowo No sorrows lurk deep in grim thickets of gloom NevergrowoldButAnd the pathways are shining as goldt jiThe laughter of little ones borne on the air tiForIn the Kingdonvof Nevergrowold i1 cyInftThe sweet little voices in harmony call iI i And their little arms wait to enfold i 4t f And Father Time pauses to taste of the joys 6P To join Jn the games full of romping and noise irut boysIn f Come walk with me now through the cool shadows deep In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold fi creepWhiledismissTheAnd Love sits enthroned in the City of Bliss In the Kingdom of Nevergrowold THOMAS HAWKINS LDaviess County farmer Meets Horrible Fate +Stung to Death by Bumble BeesIOwensboro Ky August 8Thomas Hawkins fortyfive years of age met death in a most horrible manner on the farm of John Nave afew miles from the city today He was stung to death by bumble bees his deathresult ing about five minutes after the first bee stung him A son of Hawkins was cutting the lawn with a mowing ma chine drawn by two mules when he ran into the bumble bee nest In an instant the beef were stinging the boy and mules The boy ran to the house but the mules became frightenedand reared and plunged Hawkins ran to the team and was in the act of cutting them loose from the mower when the bees attacked him He was stung all over the body andes pecially on the face and head He ran a short distance and fell to the ground He was dead when assistance reached him His face was black from the stings He leaves a widow and three children Lunatics Letters Chicago Chronicle A keeper ina madhouse had a collection of lunatics letters They were given to him to post but he retained them A few follow HEAVEN FRIDAYDear Theodore Roosevelt You are leading a noble life and I inclose check for five mil lions You will also find in the cellar a new auto and saddle We admire and await you here Dont forget bear Gabriel EMP WM SiaYrs to hand and contents carefully noted In reply to same will say if you resign will NOT accept job as I have hands full here Edward 7IF C DEPEW To your wife I have sent nine magnificent gowns Tell her to come and take me out of this hole I give you herewith a million Be careful how you will spend it for it has the eagles claw on it and you will be torn to pieces if you refuse 20000 retainer I am the Sultan of Morocco and I will send you three of my wives to look after you Mind and memory are improving I told the Pope what you said and he donated a fine lake Soon hope to be out and able to take useful position The King onIhere Heaven grant a speedy return of my reaSon From your father the 12 Apostles The keeper said that give the aver age lunatic pen and paper and he was as happy as a child with a new toy In every madhouse a bushel or more of letters are written each day but none of them of course are mailed Just now the popular persons for luna tics to write to are James H Hyde Mayor Weaver of Philadelphia and Thomas W Lawson The other day a lunatics letter was found addressed to Kniaz Potemkine Harvey Johnson a negro preacher is under arrest at Hamilton 0 charged with firstdegree murder Governor Blanchard of Louisiana has ordered out the naval brigade to patrol the Louisiana coast If we could get an expression from every one of our 7000 readersrwe are sure that 5000 of them would tell us that they read the adver tisements in every issjie of T rri DEATH COMES To Mr Robert McChord at Eliza beth Hospital in Lebanon Yesterday Morning Mr Robert C McChord died in Eliza beth Hospital at Lebanon yesterday morning of an illness due to the infirmities of age Mr McChord was born in Washington county December 25 1825 andJVesided in the county till 1865 when Kejnioved to Danville where he resided r two years removing from that place to Lebanon The deceased was a man of strong intellect and was a leader among men He was an uncompromising Democrat and represented Washington county two terms in the State Legislature where he was recognized as one of the leaders of the HouseMr McChord was the father of eight children Hons W C and C C Mc Chord of this place and Attorney John and Dr R C McChord of Lebanon His other children are Mr AIt Mc Chordof Winchester Mrs Maw M Ray Peewee Valley Miss Lytia Mc Chord of Louisville and Mrs J F Harcourt of Frankfort The deceased was a member of the- Presbyterian church of Lebanon from which church funeral services will oc cur this afternoon after which the in terment will be in the cemetery at Lebanon Mr McChords wife died in 1876He was loyal to a friend and had no compromis for his enemies though he was ever ready to forgive those who had wronged him He was a kind and affectionate father and was one of those who found happiness in the associations of his children Death of Mr Montgomery Mr R B Montgomery one of Wash ington countys most highly respected and aged citizens passed away at his homey in the St Rose neighborhood last Wednesday afternoon August 2 aged eightyone years he having been born April 4 1824 Mr Montgomery was a member of the Catholic church his funeral and burial having occurred at St Rose Friday August4 The deceased leaves an aged wife and several children who mourn the departure of a kind and affectionate husband and father A number of years ago Mr Montgomery was a prominent stock trader of the county and in this way met many people and made many friends He waS kind and accommodating and hundreds of people in the county will kindly remember him by reason of the courtesies he has extended to them The Sun extends con dolence to the bereaved ones f Death of Mr Durham Mr James Durham father of Mr Richard Durham of near Springfield died suddenly at his home in Taylor county last Thursday morning JIe had been in his usual good health and his death came as a surprise and shock to his family Deceased was one of Tay lor countys most prominent men he having represented the county in the Legislature and at one time was one of the Populist leaders of the State hav ing made the race for Congress in this district on that ticket He is survived by a wife and several grown children A Sudden Death Mr N H Putnam a prominent mer chant bf Lebanon expired very sud denly on a train in North Dakota Mon day morning f He and his wife were making a trip through the west Mr Putnam was well known in Springfield where a number of years ago he was engaged irt the mercantile business Death of Mrs Christerson Mrs Caroline Christerson one of the oldest and most highly respected women of the county died at her home near Stewart Tuesday August 1 She was born in this county June 26 1826 consequently was in her eightieth year She was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas Graves who were among the early pioneers of the county The deceased was married to W S Christer- son August 22 1852 who survives her To this union were born eight chiidren- four of whom are livihgrW J Chris tenon of Mercer county G H Chris CmiJtersonStewart The deceased was loved and honored by a large circle of friends and she will be missed by the community She was ever ready to administer to the sickand there were few people re siding in her neighborhood that she failed to nurse when they were ilL She had beena member of the Deep Creek Baptist church for about fifty years and her life was spent in devotion to her religious cause Funeral services were conductedat the home on the following day by Rev Edwards and the re mains were interred in the Deep Creek cemetery Deathof Claude Elder fl The angel of death visited thehome of Mr and Mrs H H Elder Tuesday and claimed their youngest child Claude aged twelve years Another bond of love and kindred has been severed another home has been robbed of its dearest earthly tie Thus our Heavenly Father comes and takes our treasures one by one that He may win our affections from the things of this world and place them upon things eternal for where our treasures are our hearts will be also Another link has been added to the golden chain that binds us to the better land But cur hearts are sad for we had learned to love him as all who knew him well loved him He was of that disposition that drew the hearts of all to him But Claude Is gone and will be with w here on earth no more Sad words are these to his father and mother and to all his many relatives and friends Weep not for your loved one for he is now free from all pain and his pure spirit Is enjoying the pleasures of that celestial land where death never enters would that I could comfort the bereaved ones We deeply sympathize with nandpray that God will bless and comfort them with the thought that the loved one t is not lost but only gone to enjoy the 4- atGodhaPPinesathhim had in reserve for rClaude Though thou art gone from among us and we shall not see thy loved face nor hear thy voice more on earth thou shalt not be for gotten We can but bow the drooping head in sorrow and meekly say Thy will be done But we shall see him again As the flower wflthers and dies so he like it shall rise and bloom in eternal beauty Let us cherish his memory imitate his virtues and so i live that at last we shall meet him on the golden shores of Paradise where we will never more be separated goneToThy little form and thy sweet voice Will never greet us more We saw thy little form encased And placed benenth the sod goneToThough His wisdom passeth measure And we do not understand We will strive to meet you there In that brighter purer land W EZRA SUTHERLAND PRATItER r CREEK This community certainly was welT represented at the camp meeting Sun day scarcely a family being left at home and all report the largest crowd in attendance that they ever saw W T7Kimberlin and son Will were in Lebanon Monday speculating They recently soldto Springfield parties two spans of twoyearold mules for 5400 Wheat in this section is threshing out only ordinarily well Feed corn will be good but the tobacco crop is not so g oodIThere is a good demand for hogs about six cents being offered for stock hogsaA few people of this community will attend the fair at Harrodsburg this week Saw Husband Drawn Bardwell Ky Aug 5In plala sight of the struggles of her husband Mrs Gedrge W Turney was forced to stand while he sank beneath the waves of Jones lake Mr Turner and Miss Lillian Jones were rowing when the boat sprang a leak Neither could swim Mrs Turner who is a bride of six months pleaded with Sd Brady and Clint Atkins who were With her on land to save the couple Miss Jonearwas rescued but Turner sank Indirect CaUH of a tiielite Lexington Ky Aug 5 The ucMe of Mrs Mary HutU Miller of Louis ville Ky developed the fact that she was the Indirect caqse of tKe death ot Charles Morehead in Louisville a year ago he having committed ucI4 fti er being arrested oa complalmt of taii- girLa J f Subscribe for TMJSua Lt1oo jfr + I 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 91905 uy Theyre Coming indicateIIProbably not quite so fast as the above would but theyre Coming Just The Same w COMING TO THE FAIR unr August 23456 First Day Ladies Day Ladies Free Harness Rings In Afternoon Secjond Day School Childrens DaySchool Children Free AfterrtoonSpeciaiCombined Ring Stallion Mare Or Gelding 7500 Negroes Demand Place A telegram from Lexington to the Louisville Herald says The Republican County Committee met this afternoon in a mass convention of Republicans and decided to put out a full ticket to be voted form n November The two factions were unanimous in the decision to put out a full ticket and the only discussion was with the ne groes present T Buckner S T Smith Allen Hathaway and J F More head all colored preachers and Porter Jackson a colored undertaker made speeches declaring that if the negro is good enough to vote he is good = H ti Third Day Special Roadster Ring By Bunningham Duncan 7500I Combined Ring By Robertson BrosJ50o0 Afternoon Baby Shov 20 k Dayr Double Team Ring By Grundy Mclntire 30 Best Turnout5I0 After noon = R 6 a ds t er- Ring 125 enough to hold office Frank Buckner colored was the only one present who opposed a ticket He said the Democrats would not let the Republican ne groes vote anyhow but would vote the thousand Democratic negroes No white man replied to the speeches of the negroes The colored Republicans threaten to go out and capture the delegates for the September convention E R Ferguson claim agent of the Louisiana and Arkansas Railroad was shot and killed by a negro murderer he was chasing as a member of the sheriffs posse While chaperoning a party of young persons George Turney was drowned in a lake near Newbern Tenn rI i YOUR WINTER m l- CI 0 AiL U1 4 urII McCl reWeIIs The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons- are the best They have stood the test oT time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but ANTED by- every experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cuttersthe best in the world If you need fencing bury that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagati Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and strength It keeps arurtnin This can not be makes of gasolines Most of them budgingisand HW ckedIiesspx McClure WellsSprlngfldKy 4cI II n 11 18 eleleLele v 23U Kentucky Weekly Crop Bulletin The United States Weather and Crop ofIweek ending Monday July 31 1905 IThe week generally has been very f opeImaterially with threshing and haying the work of most importance just now There were some heavy local rains in the northwestern counties which did considerable damage especially to cornI and tobacco Wheat is about all threshed andIwhile there was a good deal of com plaint of damage in the shock it is yielding in most localities better than expected though reports of the crop vary from excellent to very poor Corn is growing nicely and there a excellent prospects ofa large and fine crop It is somewhat weedy especially in the late planted but having an ex 0JJtgrowingiTobacco is doing nicely and has im proved in most sections but it still needs cultivation and reports of Freriching continue Considerable dam byheavytlie2lstdcstroyhundreds ed e mostJytopped damagedbybeen cut and are now being threshed largeithe same to some extent may be said of rye Hay harvesting is about over and while there is a large crop itwas badly damaged by the wet weather and varies decidedly in quality The potato crop is fine as are toms toes and melons Apples continue droi ping and grapes are rotting on Ute splendidlyare fair F J WALZ Section Director A Warning to Mothers Too much care can notbe used with small children during the hot weather againstbowelnecessary to give the child a dose of theIas r nause ates and hasa tendency to gripe If giveChamberlainsrhoea Remedy and then a dose of cas checkeinshoedbeinstant use as soon as the first indica Thisand may be relied upon with implic confidence even in cases of cholera i Haydondruggist Subscribe fpr The Sun 100 yea r a is The Whipping Post Harrodsburg Herald The Herald is in receipt of the following letter from a Grieved Harrodsburg Wife who expresses an earnest hope that it will not go into the waste basket She says The council passed many laws to protect the city from being bothered with drunkenness and vagabonds but they dont seejn to care for the poor unfortunate women and children who have drunken husbands and fathers If they did they wouldenact an ordinance to fine the drunkards so many days in the workhouse and make them work it out instead of fining them and taking the money for it robs the wife and children to pay the fine as he will sell the last cow and the last feather from under his sick wifes back to pay the fine rather than work it out on the rock pile Therefore it is not the drunkard that is fined but the poor helpless women and children In my opinion it would be a godsend to go back to the old dispensation when such offenders were tied to a post in some public place and given the lasltJf- such was the law it would cause many reformations and would be much better than taking the money from the inno cent and causing women and children to want for bread Breaks Out in Kansas The Commoner Governor Hoch of Kansas is having trouble with the race question Nick Chiles a negro and ed itor of a paper published In the interest of his race recently purchased a home immediately adjoining the gubernatorial mansion at Topeka and in the midst of the capitals exclusive residence district Chiles announced that the Governor might borrow from him whenever he desired anything froma cupful of flour to the family silver and that he would undertake to be a model neighbor for the chief executive The Topeka correspondent for the Chicago Record Herald says Society is in a furore of indignation over the initial omen of the black invasion and it is declared on all sides that the effrontery of Chiles as it is termed is due wholly to Governor Hochs cordiality to prominent negroes in the past Chiles treats his incursion into the home precincts of the Kansas 400 as a matter of course andmerely says he wishes to live in a pleasant neighborhood He adds laudatory remarks about his own desirability as a neighbor for the Governor What so declaredabe the result of Governor Hochs f liness toward Booker T Washington and W T Vernor a negro orator Th Governor walked up the middle aisle Representative hall arm in arm wit Washington last winter and made a speech to the Legislature introducing the negro leader It was in January that the State executive paid attention to Vernor sitting beside the negro at the Kansas Day Club banquet Lette are now poijringin upon Governor Hoc acquisiithose who are forwarding felicitatio Republicansre Nothingon the Market Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact s well known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten will give their ustomers this preparation when the best is asked Joplinsays The e is nothing on the market in the way of patent medicine which uals Cham erlains Colic Cholera and complaintsWe rugYExperts have been appointed by Presi dent Mdrtor to value every piece of property owed by the Equitable Life Assurance S ciety oaoa fit aaooaoaoO-OOO OOoooooo YCUtfEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very fjuw salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on fi le in his office 1426 testj monials com ng from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past beendon year 1426 testimor Pals come as a result of the talc of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists r DR J W THOMAS KYn00000000000000oO 1 I t 1 1 z i1 8 i THE POINT 1 It IS THIS tf i+ ttit4 eye on but one market Gents Furnishings Therefore he is better prepared to Furnish you with WfAT YOU WANT tt I t + I ft f 1 0y +Jo W L44lHI H IftZ Commissioners Sale KenuckyAEquityThosBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at May term 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1905 thereaboutbeingCount best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen months the following described property towit A tract of land situated in Washing fOl110ws fencet0as follows N 17i E 12 poles N 8J E 36ke8 poles N2SJ E 10 poles N 23J EI 12 poles 291 38 poles N 14 E Ehof Perkins thence with his line N56 hdckII NrsWh8 thence down said branch S 33J W 3I poles to the west end of an old bridge innss nce 13 and S links to a stone corner to the 20 Voitbl1inea corner tot acre tract and Mrs Potts tract t a branch thence down branch S38iiw 36 poles 534k W 19 POles thence S 40JrW 25 poles S W 13 15 CoueL 139 poles to the beginning containing 1201 acres For the purchase price the purchaser- or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force effect preIparedterms M G LEAGHMAN M C W C C thee French steamer Asmeres in midocean Poisons in rood Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your food but some day you may feet a twinge of dys KingsNewall sickness due to poisons of undigested JjHaydon Commissioners Sale MONDAY AUGUST 28 1905 Washington Circuit Court Kentucky Dan Cv Polin et aL plaintiff tEquityChasBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to doerinAugust 1905 at2 oclock pj m or daytoauction upon a credit ot six and twelve months the following described property towit townIon y Main Cross street of said town on the north by an alley of said town and da east by the property of Thompson propertyfrontingextending back northerly between par allel lines parallel with Main Cross beinglotstown recorded in the office of the Clerk propertyithree lots then in two lots and then as a whole and will be sold in a manner so moneyFornrchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegal preparedtoM G LEACHMAN M aw a a tAi Poor Philanthropis1 Anderson Car negie says Scotland is his mother and America his wife He has decided to abandonithe library and found small col legesorcourse with his name on the door If he should study the lives of philI in the hearts of struggling humanity he might add stars to his diadem in the hereafter by building homes for the brokendown toilers of the Carnegie- steel plants who are turned out to drift hopelessly and aimlessly after the fortyyear age limit has been reached gfvinFhisstreet cleaning and under his direction the streetcleaning force has been largely increased + Springfield Roller Mills r ils I Pride of WaShingjoni ice 2fit Solid Comfort + +The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers tJ Springfield Roper ulII WTti rfri + ItuUtUtlitL wW 1 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 j J i School Books v w A T i Haydons Drug StoreBel- owt you will find the cost and exchange price of the books of the Stat adoption Retail Exchange Price Price t 006McGuffeys06McGufFeysMcGuffeys New Third Readert 27 13 17McGufftYsRays Modem Primary Arithmetic 13 06 10Rays20NaturalNatural Complete Geography SO 40 06LongsLongs New Language Exercises Part III 25 12 12Harveys3 32New15Electric35Kinkeads22RationalCASHD- of not ask credit for school books you will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL BE CHARGEDI C JM Haydon Realty Bargains 130 acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of Harrodsburg 77 196 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco lan- dat62120 acres hemp land in 5 miles Harrodsbu on Lexington pike 75 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg- on pike at 60166 aeres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 Store property Washington county village 2 houses store shop 160P Exchangeforidence at Bondville Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 Andmany other properties Write me if you wish to buy or W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky 5 SEER A NaeITHE UPTODATE = BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building egeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeQeoeoepeQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 r We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness OeDe e e e e DeDe eDeDDe ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy A few doses of this remedy wIn 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 colic and chol J erA morous It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera 1 infantm in children And is the means ofsaving thelives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every man of a family should keep this remedy in his home Buy it now It may save life PRICE 25C LARGE SIZE 50c Question of State Who first prospected Portland Ore GaAndThat makes old Philadelphia Pa I wonder if Topeka Kan 1 How Columbus 0 1 manWhoseAre things in Providence R I 1 What struck the town But let it pass flyIfWhats that Indeed Did Jackson Too Miss bad Of woes he has his fill I think misfortune such as this Enough to make Chicago Ill t Why doesnt soiled Seattle Wash In Puget Sound Now dont get gayIf not pronounce it bosh Id ask you whom does Tampa Fla For whom has this Tombstone Ariz Did Denver Col 7 Now by the bark Of Noahs pair of pups gee whizz Who built this Texarkana Ark MOO RESYIILE tlWheat threshing will wind up in a few days Tobacco cutting will open up in a few days An ice cream supper will be served at Fairview scoolhouse near Moores ville Saturday night Aug 12 Every body is invited The proceeds will be used for the benefit of the school Brother Adkins preached to a large congregation last Sunday There will be no more preaching at New H6pe church until the first Sunday in September when the protracted meeting begins Tom Hardin who lives near Baker is quite ill of typhoid fever Meeting has closed at the Camp Ground church with several additions The wife of Mr Milton Mattingly died last week of flux and her remains were interred at Bush Grove Two more children are very sick with flux Several from here will attend camp meeting atAliceton Boyle county this weekI Mr Palmer Chosser and family vis ited near Rock Bridge Sunday Mr Will Buckman lost a valuable mare last week She was in the pas ture and fell upon a snag dying almost instantly Although blind she was well worth 80 A muchneeded rain fell last Monday morning Automobile Burned Kentucky Standard Mr Ben John sons fine automobile was considerably damaged by fire yesterday The fire originated from a leakage in the gaso line tank The automobile Was stand ing in the street in front of the Peo ples Bank when it was discovered be on fire and the incident created con siderale excitement The machine is 1600 affair and was damaged to the extent of about 100 The Hon John W Alexander formerly representative from Mason county in the General Assembly is dead at Maysville r McN FIRE BlandIon Sunday last Mr John Phillips and family of Bardstown visited relatives near here last week Miss Regina Rudd who is teaching SusipKeeneMr J C Ensbr of Springfield in this community Sunday evening vat Mr J A Field was in Lebanon day eQuite a number of the young peopl attended the picnic at Chicago on las Sunday Mr and Mrs Mannie Alvey visite the latters parents Mr and Mrs Hay den at Chicago on Sunday Mrs George Reynolds of Croake Station was here several days las week the guest of her sister Mrs T E BallardMr H McIntire stillremains quite sick Mr Alex Montgomery of Meade connty was called here last week by the sickness and death of his father Mr R B Montgomery Mr R B Montgomery one of the countys oldest and most honored citi zens died at his home near here on last Wednesday from causes due to the firmities of age He had been in fail ing health for some time and his death was not unexpected Surviving him are his wife and eight children ve sons as follows Messrs Alex Mont gomery of Meade county Price Mont gomery of Kansas Lerin Montgomery of Morgan county and James and Frank of this county and Mrs Pattie Blandford and Misses Mary Belle and Louise Montgomery of this place Mr Otha Graves is visiting his brother Mr Morgan Graves of Washington Ind Mr J F Keene sold last week to Wheeler Spaulding of Bardstown two feeding mules at 100 per head Messrs Robeit and Alex Blandford of Louisville attended the funrealof their grandfather Mr R B Montgomery on Friday Mr and Mrs J B JJohoston of Louisville after a pleasant visit to rela tives in this county have returned home The Old Way Shelby Sentinel A vote this fall will be taken oh whether the viva voce system will obtain again or not The ques tion is net agitated and the public seems to feel littlfLconcern over it We deem it very important and rise to express balldtlTtion and finds few defenders yet no concern is shown when a change is proposed The manner of voting is in not a few instances determinative of many a question ltis therefore of grave concern to us which system prevails We hope that all will wake up to a full realization of this matter and vote for the oldfashioned open and fairest mgr nerof balloting Her Scalp Torn Off Louisville Ky Aug 5Caught In the shafting by her long hair Edna Seifried ah operator employed by the NelsonBethel Clothing Co was drag ged across her machine until her scalp was torn completely off and her brute ed and lacenjted body fell to the boor Veteran Killed By a Car fx iiisvile Ky Aug5Maj Thos Lawson aged 75 an inmate of the Confederate Veterans home at Rowei Valley was struck and instantly killed by a Pewee Valley eitst bound passenger train whlo taking a customary walk along the track By Water To the Cave Glasgow Ky Aug 5lly water to Mammoth Cave Is only a question of a short time Work on lock No Is pro grossing rapidly and the first whlstI of the boat that will awake the echoes around that historic place Is expected about October Sues Railway For Damages HopWnsvllle Ky Aug 5L T RI shy filed a suit in the circuit court Against the Louisville d Nashville Railroad Co for 2000 damages for Injuries alleged to have been sustained at hands of employes of that com parry June 27 Neither Responsible or Exonerated Paducah Ky Aug 6The cora nerj inquest over the remains of H A Rose who was killed by HH Lov ing was concluded Loving was nei ther held responsible exonerated There is considerable surprise over the verdict Death Follows a Scratch Paducah Ky Aug 5Mrs Elizabeth crag 5S died tib her home near Epperson this county from blood pol soning1 which developed from a small scratch from a fish bone while she was cleaning fish two weeks ago BedtoCampbellsvllle Ky Aug 6Hon deadanear Saloma His death was without any previous Illness He Is survived by his wife and several children The present governors of Kansas Minnesota and Oklahoma are country editors x Home Coming Week The Louisville Tines The Commer cial Club has advocated worse ideas than a Home Coming eek to be cele heated for the first time in Louisville in the spring of next Yr and to bemade thereafter an annu feature to the citys life There is not a State ora Territory the country over which Kentucky has not given men that have playedand are playing their full part it the development of its resources and them richinent of its Citizenship The ties between them and their mother State have but strengthened with the passing of the years and today in feeling in sentiment and achievement they areas true Kentuckians as they ever were And while they have been winning suc cess tin other fields Kentucky has not been standing still They will return to find that the Louisville of a score of years or even a decade ago has given place to a city the equalf any in the country in the rapidity and substantial pOPulationhave increased fourfold ajjd that she stands the metropolis not only in Ken tucky but of the South And the pros perity of Louisville is the prosperity of the State In one thing however they will find no change The welcome that awaits them will be true and heartfelt Home Coming Week will be good for Louis ville and for Kentucky but better still for those who come home again Lets Drop the Subject Oldham County Era This talk about Kentuckys beautiful women their ac complishments etc is very nice but the talkers have about talked them selves out of a job Everything said about them now in that mood is ancient history Let us hear something about the Kentucky girl who can draw the plan and specifications and build a four story cake fit for a king who can over a pie that would make handI ventor of pies ask foolish about it and who can prepare a dinner that would make your eyes stick out like loose ulster buttons who has all the personal charms God intendedwo men to have and who knows how to darn socks and sew up rents Thats the girl we want to hear something about Marion County Falcon Capt W H Sweeney was able to go to Louisville Tuesday morning where he was sworn in as chief deputy to the Surveyor of the Port andI assumed his new duties He will goI serY1icej sage Sunday morning that his a mI Chaplin825 oclock before he reached her Bide Mrs McGee had been a bedIt of consumption for several years Mrs Will Walker died at the homo of her father Mr Sim ODaniel near St Marys Wednesday morning CANTRILL WILL STAY His Son Denies That He Will Resign From the Appellate Bench Georgetown Ky Aug 5ln an In torvlew with Senator J Campbell Cant rJlI he said The report that it is the Intention of my father to resign from the appellate bench is without foundation or authority Judge Caii trill is now at Hot Springs and is much Improved He will probably remain thorp several weeks There Is necessarily a possibility that his health may rot enable him to sit at the next session or court but his present state of health does not require him to even consider resigning ROAD SUPERVISOR OUSTED The County Turnpike Fund Alleged To Be Overdrawn 15000 Mt Sterling Ky Aug 5The Montgomery fiscal court In a stormy session removed W W Eubank road supervisor and declared the office vacant The meeting showed the county turnpike fund to be overdrawn 13 and no money The ht03fcs hotel the vouchers and unless money is forthcoming suits will be brought The meeting caused a sensation EJu Lank win tight the court and contlnuo to act Sensational disclosures are promised NEGRO RUNS OVER GIRL The Father Tries To KII Offender Who Is Jailed I London Ky Aug 5Ed Scarce a negro ran his horse over little two yearold Bessie daughter of Leander Bryant In front of his residence Tho child Is painfully but not fatally in jured Much excitement followed and the negro was hustled away to jail just In time to escape being mobbed on the streets The enraged father made desperate efforts to kill the ne- gro l Gov Vardaman has Ordered out ad ditional troops to reinforce the soldiers doing quarantine duty on the gulf coast t I A SURE CURE IIwommsPUTIULNSInSanimationPENETRATES the Pores loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro naturalelasticity1 CURED OF PARALYSIS liMyWifeher arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure Ihave also used it for old sores and akin eruptions It does the work- BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USO REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 2Sc 50c and 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT COCST LOUIS U S A SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON SpirngfI eld Ky Proclamation Whereas This board is confident that in the light of modern scientific knowl edge and with the cooperation of the health and civil authorities physicians and people Kentucky can safely con tinue its traditional and liberal policy of keeping an open door for citizens of our sister States who are fleeing from the pestilence of yellow fever and Whereas In announcing this policy the board does not for one moment lose sight of the fact that it was created and is maintained to guard and protect the health and lives of our own people and fully appreciates the grave responsibility it thus assumes and Whereas This primary duty requires that this board and its auxiliaries in the various cities and counties shall keep track of each refugee so as to be able with entire safety to others to humanely care for those who may develop the disease as we know can be done by protecting them from the bite of mosquitoes Now therefore be it known that bYI virtue of authority vested in us by law all passenger railway conductors on trains coming into this State across our southern border and captains of steamboats from the south touching at port in this State are hereby made anyI cial inspectors for this board and required that they shall give daily no tice to this board upon forms prescribed by it of all persons from New Orleans or other distrietSinfected with yellow fever bound for in thisState who is not proJidedvitha certificate of freedom from infection from tne proper city State or national authori ties giving the full name and exact place of destination of each person It is further required that all day and sleeping coaches running through from New Orleans or other districts infected with yellow fever which have their temporary or permanent terminal at any point in this State be domed and immediately fumigated with sulphur not less than three pounds to each I 000 terImmaLHealth authorities and citizens in every ity town and county are hereby directed to take imine diate steps to remove all nuisances respective and to drain empty or properly oifr or coverall ponds pools barrels or other receptacles which are or may become breeding places for mosquitoes and itt is urged that all houses be screened not only against mosquitoes which may convey yellow fever and malaria but against flies which carry typhoid fever a disease of far more practical import ance to our people It is believed that the fear of yellow fever wilt Prove a blessing to Kentucky if it induces such health reforms as will not only prevent it but lessen the typhoid fever d theria and other domestic pestilences which cause such a large and needless sick and death rate every year i Border of the State Board of Heath of Kentucky 1 WILLIAM BAILEY M D 3 CHESTER MAYER M D MD 1 Executive Committee Grave Trouble Tor eseen rj telIibadly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for ofImyhearteat I was very bad for a long time jtStiand cured meBest medicine for w ak women Sold under guarantee by G JHaydon druggist at 50 cents a bottle Detention rooms for yellow fever suspect cases will be provided by the railroad companies at Tenth and Broadway and Seventh and Water streets stations Louisville ==TTYou will probably MEET many People at the Fair but I want to MEAT i you FOR THE FAIR M E A T requestedand T- JNIMCCORMACK Beef Steak Beef Roast Soup BoneS Pork Chops and Roms Lamb and Mutton Veal Coun try Ham and Bacon Dont get confused one is MEET the oth- erMEA T MT E A T G F CARPENTER t- It AI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 t I PRIN6FIELD SUN Wednesday August 9 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Untered at the postoffice at Springfield Xy for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER ii2O 1 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 100fibThree Months 25 nWrIting to have your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper youWW11t DEMOCRATIC TICKET LiteeyCOCSTT CLERJL W F Booker BEPBESEXTjmvE W D Claybrooke SHERIFF J S Osbonrne j llnprEDPTExnEST OF J W Bush JjULER Geo D Catlett AfiSEfspoR T P OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCOROXEH 3L Montgomery TO TOBACCO GROWERS The Sun is in a position to tobacco farmers of KiWashington county accurate reports of the movements of those whoare now at work upon the organization ofa company to handle the tobacco next season Reports which many of you no doubt have read in various newspapers are erroneous in many respects The Sun is in touch with the men who are at the head of the movement and when anything of importance is accom plished it will be printed in our columns d i r Hon Henry Lawrence of Cadiz candidate for Speaker of the next House of Representatives was here last week Mr Law rence has served his county for two terms in the Legislature and is recognized as one of the lead aainore able parliamentarian in Kentucky than Mr Lawrence hence there can be no doubt as to his qualifications for Speaker He would make a wise and con- Servative leader for the Demo crats and we predict that if he is given the honor he will build up the party where it ought to be built up and tear it down where it ought to beh tore down r The LouisvilleHerald is mak ing a fight against Fourth street flirting i If the vagrant thinks the days ofselling people passed away in 65 with the echoes ob de wah he V ill be very much surprised afte the adjournment of the next Washington county grand jury Two Louisville niggers debated the question of How soon do a baby cut hits teef As is frequently the case when such grave questions are argued by coons the brickbat was resorted to and the argument settled The brick evidence was sufficient but the force with which it was driv home relieved th unsuccessful argufier of six front toofs And they wont grow back no mo ulf wecbuldall get rich re marks an exchange what a glorious time we would have It wouldnt be wuth a cent ifevery sunofagun in the country was rich because a fellow couldn enjoy himself thinking about what his havebIf all the women in the coun try were acrobats and all the men had snouts the circus busi ness would be ruined New Orleans ought to either get rid of the mosquitoes or the Italians We have received copy of the Hogwallow Kentuckian marked swap with you Done traded Every man and woman addicted to groans and sighs and boohoos ought to subscribe for the Ken tuckian Three drinks arid ten minutes time will get a fellow on the rockj pile but it takes sixty days and several licks to get him off Ohlf I was just a man re marks a woman when she takes a notion for something she cant get Did you ever stop to think Dear Rosyer that if you were a man you might be in jail on a charge of drunkenness and disor derly conduct A man ought to have pay for what he knows The President ofa lite insurance company gets ten thousand year for making figures while the farmer who makes tjie wheat crop gets about 365 a year And thats where the rub comes in PLEASANT HILL Roland Pinkston who has been vis iting his grandparent at this place has returned home Miss Addie Keeling was the guest of her cousin Miss Birdie Brown near Sharpsville last week John Dennis and family were guests at the Shirley home at Pleasant Hill Sunday Mrs Bertha Hale and little daughter Hazel visited at Sharpsville last week Mr George Kays and son are build ing a barn for G W Shirley Mr and MrjL J S Royalty and daughter attended church at Moun Pleasant Tuesday We were glad to hear that the union meeting at Cprnishville proved to be a successMr George Kays visited relatives at Willisburg last week- Agonizing Burns perfectlyhealedRivenbark Jr of NorfolklVa writes U I burned my it was blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and3iealed it without a scar heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydons drug store agerBrowber near Panther Daviess county t Notice T- oWOMEN i S I t I fttivt a lit tf PICKLIN6 VINEUR at 40ea gallon i f IUARANTEED TO KEEP ANYtHINI t Underwood Hams and Breakfast Bacon f The Best Packed 41- JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER BARREL SWEET PICKLES T Irvine McElroy iw w MACKVILLE A nice rain fell here Monday morning which was welcomed by all as it was getting very dry and dusty Dr Joseph S Demaree who died at Shelbyville Ky lived here for several years and has a large circle of friends who were much grieved to hear of his death Miss Ella Cox returned to Louisville Sunday after a weeks visit to friends here Drs Walter Wells and Yates of Willisburg were visitors at Mr Wy cpffs Wednesday night Miss Ada Kays spent part of last week at Battle Mrs Kate Martin arid Mrs B L Litsey of Springfield were in Mack yule Thursday visiting Mrs Obe Cox and Mrs Hopper 1 Miss Dallie Yahkey is spending this week in town with her sister Mrs J H Bottom Mrs J H Bottom and Miss Mary Bottom are both quite sick at this writingMrs Minerva Nusz of Cecilia Kyj visitedMrs James Gregor last Friday and Saturday Miss Nellie Haydon spent last week at Perryville Mr Floyd Hall who has been in Louisville for the last two years is visiting his sister Mrs John Haydon Miss Laura Bailey who has been visiting Mrs James Cregor has re turned to her home in the PleasantRun neighborhoodQuite from our community attended the camp meeting at Aliceton Sunday The new Christain church here will soon be completed It is being plas tered and painted and will be Dedicated some time in September Quarterly meeting will convene at the Methodist church next Saturday and Sunday Colonial Days in Virginia In Virginia before our country be gan its struggle for freedom was the home of rich planters whose beautiful home dotted te river at intervals These mansions stood back from the road with their balconies wreathed in the sweetsmelling jasmine and beautiful driveways of magnificent trees leading to them The interiorof these homes wast not less pleasing Chairs and sofas elaborately carved upholstered dignified crimson leather The large open fire places with mantels and brass andirons surmounted with brass balls in which you could see your distorted image were filled in winter time with a large fire of pine logs which cast a ruddy glow over the rooms Large mirrors stretched almost from ceiling to floor and all the furniture was straight and highbacked In the bedrooms the beds were high with posts tapering upward and were provided with little steps so that the person to sleep could ascend safely They were provided wit a canopy which reached down to the floor Such were the interior furnishings A short distance from the mansion not too faraway stood the kitchen and laundry Over the open hearth presided some stout negress withjanciful name in red or yellow bandana From her came appetizing dishes of bacon or wild game No meal was without hot bis cuits and for breakfast this Dinah or Chloe baked before the fire a plate of delicious hoecakes Behind all this were the stables and kennels where the thoroughbred horses and fine fox hounds were kept for the chase was a favorite diversion Then discreetly removed were the negro quarters a miniature village with rows of tiny wooden cabins Each possessed its wn garden and chicken yard while al day on the doorstep in the warm sunshine or on the grass rolled swarm of little black picka ninnies The host with open arms and a hos- Pitable greeting bade welcome to these luxurious homes Hospitality was the keynote of tl1 se southern people and to such an extent that the innkeepers often complained that their trade was taken away Travel was on foot or on horseback Stage coaches were run between small cities On the Potomac some planters had beautiful barges imported from England The ladies sometimes took their drives in a chariot and four Amusements became more aud more plentiful The ladies where their homes were in the country Fear the city would ride to the entertainment attended by a black selvant and4fter dancing return RUTH THEOBALD Kentucky Fair Dates daysShepherdsville daysVanceburgGuthrie August 173 days daysSdaysBardstownFlorence August 804 days daysGlasgow daysJIdaysOwensboro TATHAM SPRINGS Rev H P Hatchett closed a very successful meeting at Rock Bridge Sun day with twentynine additions The baptizing took place at Pulliam Mrs Josie Brown and charming daughter Mattie of Louisville who are visiting relatives in Willisburg were here Sunday Quite a number from this place at tended church at Rock Bridge Sunday We were very sorry to learn of the deathof Dr Sam Demaree as this was the first place he ever practiced and he was well4ind favorably known hereSome 6f the young people here at tended Sunday school at Fairview Sun dayMiss Pearl Hawthorne of Lawrence burg continues the guest of relatives hereBen Keeling and family and James Keeling and family visited at the home of John Jenkins Sunday Mr Harvey Sea was a visitor here Sunday Murray Sniderand family visited relatives in Anderson county Saturday and Sunday Mr Sam Yocum of Mctoresville vis ited here Sunday afternoonI Misses Ethel Scott and Effie and Clack Gordon were here Sunday Although we have had many hard rains recently a welcome shower fell Sunday night Miss Emma Wells had been visiting her cousin Miss Mabel Keeling of Scruggsville the past few days WILLISBURG Dr Samuel Demaree of Frankfort who died last week was buried in the Fairview cemetery at this place last Sunday Dr Demaree had many friends and relatives in this vicinity The fu neral services which were conducted by Rev Humphrey of Lebanon were attended by a large congregation The community extends condolence to the bereaved ones The camp meeting began here last Monday night and is progressing nicely Miss Viola Vice spent last aturday and Sunday with Miss Clady Scott Misses Tara Goodlett and Bessie Dura spent last Sunday with Miss Mayme MerrittMiss Willie Ruby has returned home after a weeks stay with relatives and friends at Battle l Mr and Mrs Lafe Harlow visited the latters parents at Mackville last week Mrs M A Shirley and daughter Blanche visited relatives at Litsey Saturday Mrs J K Wells and Miss Mattie Brown visited at the home J f Thomas Trent near Antioch Bernice Graham and sister Miss Irma attended church here Sunday night John Reynolds was in Harrodsburg last Monday on business The Misses Stinetts visited Miss May Belle Gibbs Saturday andSunday W B Walls of Mooresville and Miss Lena Goodlett of Pleasant Grove were visitors at the home of J W Shir ley last Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Pinkston vis ited the latters father Sunday Mrs Tom Noel and little daughter itcIlevoy one day last week Colored Teachers Institute Whereas we the colored teachers of the Washington County Teachers In stitute have been so amply provided for by the pastor and trustees of John sons chapel and Whereas the people of Springfield rendered us valuable aid in making the entertainment of Thursday evening so full of njoymentand- Vhereas Mrs E E Davidson provided us with music for theweek and out efficient secretary Miss A C Gowdy kept such full and correct reports of the proceedings of the insti tute therefore be it Resolved That we the teachers tender them a vote of thanks for their kindness and service also be it further Resolved That we tender our thanks to Superintendent J W Bush for his presence and assistance and further it is the wish of the colored teachers that through appreciation and provi dence he shall be reelected superintendent at the expiration of his term Resolved That for the coming and work of Prof F L Williams we tender him our heartfelt thanks and that we hereby petition the superintendent to secure his services for next year as in structor Resolved That the work of this years institute has done more g9dand awakened the teachers to a greater sense of their duty than any of the preceding years- Respectfully submittedS DUNCAN E SWAN Z MONTGOMERY v rC H PLATTE S L HARRIS t Committee One person was killed and seventeen hurt in a raiiroad wreck at Somerset Pa f THE BIG STORE THE BIG STORE fI ltE = tr fiJ i tT4OUSE ROTHERS 1IHigh Art Clothes Are the Best It is useless to look for anything better in Fine Suits They feel comfortable the very first time you wear them and they retain their good shape during their long wear Wi have lift a Few Extreme Mice Things Jn TwiPitca Suits 1x Ser es and Crash Strictly UpttDatt Styles New Stock of Mens ShirtsCollars Neckwear Underwear Hosiery Gloves Handkerchiefs Suspenders Umbrellas Etc Etc PRICES RIGHT We handle the most com plete stocH of mens furn ishings in Central Kentucky If you suit to your we to your will receive careful to fit please 4 LITSEY Mrs Beulah who has been quite sick for some time is much improvedMiss Hines is on the sick list READ THIS Ky June 190L Dr E W Hall SL Louis Dear SirI have used your Texas Great in my and can cheer fuily it to all suffering from and trouble Respectfully S L f A Texas One small bottle of the Texas der Halls Great cures all and removes cures diabetes emis sions weak lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and in both men and women in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo for Sold by all t STORE I Salt Agents Fir till Gra- atWALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN PRIC- ESS3150 and S4A- ll i the In any Kind af lealtherr Try one of our Stiff Hats in the New Block 300 Any size These Hats are Es guaranl desire a made measure would like have order which the most attention We guarantee and y- ouRobertson Brothers Claybrooke ELKTON 8 Wonder Halls Discovery family recommend kidney bladder THOMPSON Wonder Won Discovery kidney bladder troubles gravel seminal apd bladder regulates bladder trouble Send testimonial druggists Newest Shapes Special Price Several from this place attendedthe funeral of Dr Demaree at Willisburg Sunday spentSunday i Litsev Mesdames Julia Leachman Emma Baker and Kate Moran will spend ext Sunday at Tatham Springs Mrs E J spentSunday with Mrs Mary Hines zF Gregory and family MrsLtician Gregory and Miss Katie Ballard haye returned from the Danville fair BornTo the wife of Elbridge Pinksiton a fine girL Johnnie Polin who has been danger ously ill is some better daughterMrslast week with her daughter Mrs Bessie Birch iMrs Henry Reed and wife era the guests of Mrs Bessie Thompson of Springfield Saturday night Miss Tiny Reed has returned froiia visit to Mrs Dragoo at Frwfcricks town foWciather i one stalk of whichrit Who can beat this j ffI t Y r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 5 J ti 0 I n n 3 a THE FIRST nj j s a National Bank- 0 o Q oF iI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t 1CAPlrAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided 0- i Profits 25000 0 OFFICERS iIB LLitecy President 0 John W Lewis VfeePresldent df S A C McElroy Cashier L B Asst Cashier 0B E Foster BookkeeperD 00 11 DL0S CampbellB n o Jno O PoUn n t a We grant every favor consistent n with safe banking If you have not already an account with this D iS we invite your patronage 0r OOOOOOOOOOQQot Local News Notes Three sheets of fly paper for five cents at John C Shaders Walkerhof Valley Hill was in town last Friday in a buggy which he bought in 1865 from Owen Ruble of Lebanon The j joctor has just had a nice jo of paint fnd done upon the vehicle and the old residenter looks like it was right out of the shop He paid 375 for the ve hicle and says that he would not sell it for that amount now He has been running it constantly since he bought It but notwithstanding this you can hard ell that it is worn It was made way back in the dayswhen peo pIe thought more of honesty than they did of dollars Pint quart and halfgallon fruit jars rubbers and extra tops at John C Shaders The Springfield baseball club will Mplay in Frankfort Thursday and Friday Auctioneer Campbell reports the fol lowing sales for Harrodsburg Monday 1 Twelve yearling steers at 1560 per head five yearling steers at 940 per head five yearling heifers at 10 per head five aged cows at 11 per head 11 one cow and calf at 2250 and plug rhorses ranging from 20 to 65 1FORRENTFive room cottage for rent in Springfield Gall at Sun office HAMS W MTEDF T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of coun try hams If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office Stick blueing at John C Shaders Old Honesty the best coffee on earth at John C Shaders PHOTOGRAPHSAll who want Photo graphs made should come at once I will be at my gallery in Springfield every day until September 1 when I will again go toGreensburg for a while Picture frames and glasses at great bargains E A Cox HAMS WEDF T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of coup 1 try hams t LOST SPECTACLESA pair of gold rimmed spectacles in Springfield Re turn to The Sun and receive reward t The Nelson County Fair at Bards fJpwn August 30 and 31 and September A 1 and 2 will be better than usual Larger premiums large crowds and ne attractions Go and enjoy yourself NOTICE The Ladies Aid Society of the Mackville Christian church will serve an ice cream supper at the home of Mat Wycoff near Mackville on Sat urdy August 12 Proceeds for the benefit of the new Christian church All are cordially invited to attend Supper from 5 to 10 oclock GourierJournal Mrs Mary J Car lisle wife of former Secretary of the Treasury JohnG Carlisle died yester day at her country home in West Islip Long Island after an illness of three weeks of a complication of diseases The funeralwill be held on Sunday and the body will be placed in a vault in the Babylon L I cemetery until October when it will be brought to Covington Ky for permanent burial i Three Good StoriesI An Indiana physician tells this story on himself After writing a prescription 1thathim sixty cents for filling it Then the patient asked the physician to lend him the sixtYcents Thereupon the physi cian carefully scratched out a part of the prescription and handed fit back with J the cents remarkingou can get that filled for a dime Wh I sera tched 1fIn the early days in Iowa writes aj correspondent of The Youths Companion 1 a school J 1Jenninjentchlldrenrights moreover since most of them went barefoot they Were not anxious stir up trouble in the hives One day a little girl went to Mr Jennings and made this naive and sincere ex myIwas an accident and he got right off In a certain country town lived an J old who was very absent mindedlOne Sunday morning sheI took a front seat the service vigorously Then the collectionbag was passed to her arid puttinga coin it she looked about As she looked about her mind cleated and an expression of amaze ment overspread her face She got up She hurried down the aisle She over took the man with the collectionsbag who was surprised at her rapid flight uIm in the wrung church she whis pered And taking out the coin she ad put in she hurried forth JellO Ice Cream Powders at John C Shaders y HILLSBORO Mrs S S Dean still continues very ill Mrs J M Shields visited her daughter Mrs Perry Ruby Thursdayand Friday Mrs Matt Inman and daughters Misses Maud and Eva visited Mrs Rina Gillespie Friday Mr and Mrs J S Leachman and daughter Lillian a n d Mr J M Shields and family visited Mr J M Montgomery and family Sunday Mrs Rosa Montgomery and children of near Booker are visiting the family of S S Dean this week Mr J A Coulter and family attended church at Rock Bridge Sunday We were sorry to hear of the death of Dr Demaree We were sorry to hear of the death of Miss Marcia Leachman We extend sympathjeto the bereaved ones Rev Wesley Whitehouse closed a protracted meeting at this place last Sunday night Mr and Mrs Voteau of near Battle visited the family ofL S Dean Sun day The singing school begins at this place Sunday with Johp Holman as ectedrMr Sam Montgomery anciJ wife Sundaywtended church at Rock Bridge Saturday night and Supday Mrs J M Shields and son Erastus attended church at Rock Bridge Saturday j B M Hagan a Nashville traveling salesman was found dead in bed in a hotel at Tuscumbia Ala J Ar j Word To i Well People o itZr- a fJ ISit 1IICollars cuffs attached Just whatIyou need for the fair Variety of A I IpmJII1t I Personal Notes 0 01 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA D D Round Up of the Weeks D 0 Personal News 0- QQQO QO 0o0iii ri O Cool by Comparison I lave a scheme When I getcool I do not go and seek A spot beside some shaded pool Or some secluded creek It takes a talk with Uncle Ben To cool my fevered brow For he quite well remembers when Twas twice as hot as now And so I seek no breeze itNorTheir giant branches toss I simply hunt for Uncle Ben And let him tell me how The people drooped and wilted when Twas t ceas hot as now Mr H M Grundy wtfsin Bloom field Sunday Mr T Scott Mayes attended the Danville fair Mrs W E Leachman isvisirin in Louisville this weekti 7Dr J B RoBards was in Louisville the first of the week Mrs Arthur Russell of Bardstowh visited here this week Miss Mattie Robertson is visiting in Louisville this week Mrs G C Wharton will entertain at euchre this afternoon Miss Mayme Allen spent sun with relatives in Louisville nl Miss Russell of Union county is the guest of Miss Flora Mudd Mrs Arch Hayes of Louisville is visiting her parents near here Mrs J B Lancaster of Lebanon visited in Springfield last week MrsJohn Clements of Lebanon was here the first of the week Mr W H Orkies who has been ill for several days is out again Mrs Rodman Williams of Ash brooke is visiting relatives here t We have many things to sell besides gainine and all such bitter things Dont- think we are most happy when you aresick Of course if y toousell you your medicines and fill your prescriptions but we have a thousand and one things that you f need besides medicines Come in and see what we have for the com fort and convenience of theiwel Red Drug I II ISMO f a t Jft 4ti F Per Cent Off on- CLOTHINGL A 1O Days Sale Great Bargains Every article of clothing in the house has received a 25 per cent cut We must have room for Very heavy fall purchases hence the slaugh- terHouse Full of Other Bargains oQand OOOOOjOOOOOOOO s t Negligee Shirts Miss Sallie Pope of Louisville is visiting her mother at this place Mr Hugh Marshall of Bardstown was here several days last week IMisses Marie and Louise Haydon are visiting in Bardstown this week Mr Thomas Edelen of Louisville in is visiting relatives here this week Mr and Mrs W F Booker are spending this week at Tatham Springs Miss Aileen Smith of Bardstown was the guest of Miss Simms last week iMessrs Will Huston and Will Wakefield of Maud were fyere Satur day Mr J A Allen and family visited relatives in Louisville the first of the week t Miss Ella McA tee of Cincinnati is the guest of her sister Mrs John Hagan t Barber Misses Annie McChord Mary Brown and Jennie Redding left last week foriOregon f Misses Lula Pearl and Ida Young attended the camp meeting at Aliceton Saturday Miss Warfield of Walkers Heights was the guest of Miss Donnelly Tues day night Mrs Robert Sutton has returned home from a visit to her mother at Covington =Miss Jennie McCabe and little sis ter Elise are visiting in Winchester this week J L Simms of Hopkirisville is the guest of his mother and sisters this week Mr Joe Spaulding who has been in Greensburg for some time is home for a visit 4AIre C C Howard of Hodgeni ville is here to visit her Roger Gore Miss Sa lie Mayes attended the re caption at Mrs Rankins home in Leb anon last vf eek Miss Margaret Russell of Bards town is spending her vacation with he parents at this place Miss Bessie Campbell and Mr Gwinn Marks attended the dance at Lebanon last week Misses Kate and Annie Mayes are the guests of their sister Mrs John Mahonof Lebanon Mrs John Lepping of Louisville visited her sister Mrs F R Hodapp this week and last =Miss Schlitz of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs R H Shader has returned home Misses Katie and Edna Miller left this morning for Louisville where they will reside in the future Miss Morton left for her home in Louisville today after a twoweeks visit with Miss Donnelly I Miss Pearl Edelen has returned from Louisville where she has been visiting friends and relatives Misses Lula and Pearl Young of Somerset are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Will Young at this place T Mr Alex Montgomery who was called here last week by the death Straw Hats at Cost Nice line to select from GRUNDY MciNTIRE lIeMiss his father has returned to his home in Meade county Mr and Mrs J S Yankey and two sons J S and Robert left yester day forKansas to visit relatives They will be gone two or three weeks Mr and Mrs T Scott Mayes were Bardstown last week to see Mr Mayes sister Mrs Jennie Thompson who was quite ilL She is now muchaJ improved ld4Mr and Mrs C C McChord have returned from French Lick where they spent aliouttwo weeks Mrs Mc improvedI liy IMiss Mamie Donnelly assisted by of entertained in a most charming manner on Monday night in honor of Miss Morton of Louisville Many guests responded to invitations LOSTShirtwaist pin L B W Thursday Return to Sun officeI STARVING ZRontrihnted In the mfdst of plenty we are starvJ ing This statement however incredulous it may seem to the thoughtless has a foundation worthy of our most G careful consideration We are starving at in the midst of the most bountiful harvest the world has ever produced f one in which the garners will be full to overflowing when the millionaire and the pauper may eat at the same table and alike offer thanks to Him who gave til it Is this starvation No but it is becoming more and more evident each day that the wealth of the universe is fast passing into the hands of a few which fact alone stirs the enemy of the world Men and women are struggling grasping everywhere for a 1list ng interest in the vast coffers millionaire They now concentrate theiri minds their souls their deepest ever gees in a single channel and on and on they madly plunge as a vast herd verted from its course their sole ambi tion the Cd of gain fume or pos beautirful in life or that has a tendency t happiness Is this starvation And answer yes in its deepest sense It here we have neglected to cultivate th sweet impulses ef the heart that one real source of all that is beautiful m life Our hearts are starving The cold icy hand of the moneylover can not furnish food fqr this vital organI It is here we find crouched in one cor nor of our halfdemented frame a little starved and careworn heart throbbing for that sweet sympathy which would make light the burdens of life may furnish our homes in the grandest style and our tables with the richest fare yet a dry crust from a barren table with a kind word and a gentle smile will ever drive starvation from the heart And let me argue in conclusion that the famine of the heart is the1 sorest of all famines Though the showers cease to fall and the earth f to bring forth her fruit in harvest ye in the face of this we may count our blessings if our hearts are still aglow with the love of youth and foray united in the bonds of sympathy SEKoJ The long street caratrike at 3tey dof CARDWELL Mrs Mobley is verysick at this writ ing at the home of her daughter Mrs Bettie Reed w CountyIbroke his left collar bone but is nicely at this time Mr Stanley Demaree of Nelson county is visiting friends here Mesdames W D White and Alice Perkins are on the sick list this week A large crowd gathered at the home Mr W L Graham Saturday night bytheStock Sales KG Holliday to W L Graham five yearold horse 101 Lebanon party to perI a liday two cows at 2 and 2i cents and a mTtIknown Mr Wright to R A Willham GurryIE G Holliday to T H Pinkston thirty ewes at 5 per head E G Holliday to WLong thirty ewes at S5 per head Perkins Brown horse at 5750 and sold a horse to Amos Hood at 40 E Holliday to Willie Hatchett horse 20 j From Another Correspondent Mr S N Chambers has bought the largest tree in the neighborhood for 1685 Fortysix feet from the stump measured three feet two inches in diameter W L Moore bought thirty ewes from Sanders Co at 550 per head Oats are selling at 2 per hundred in the field Wesley Graham is on the sick this week iMr Price Einkston visited Mr T H Saturday night Mr J W Pinkston bought a mare from E G Holliday for 125 Mr Willie Moore while pulling clover last week was dangerously poisoned The poison got into his eyes closing them so that he could not see his way MtISuneweek was the warmest so farr the mercury registering 104 on Sunday Mr and Mrs Henry Moore visited Thomas Mobleys family last Saturday night Mr Thomas Darnall and son Stan ley of Nelson county are visiting heft this week tSatart ton and attended church at Bethel oa Sunday Even a small ad willtstimulate business erONE NEXT WEEK r h i ib Q THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 INTO A STREET CAR A Child instantly Killed and Sii People Vere Fatally and 15 Others Injured CAR CONTAINED 40 PASSENGERS t The Fast Flying Train Was Running at a High Rate of SpeedIWhen It Struck parI The Injured ConstitUted Family tie and in Some Instapces All the Members of a Family Were Among the Wounded Cleveland 0 Aug 7The fast Pittsburg flyer No 560 on the Cleve land Pittsburg railroad crashed in to an eastbound St Clair street car kilting a child instantly and fatally Injured six people while 15 others susr tamed Injuries The accident happened without warning as the conductor had just crossed the railroad tracks to see that tie line was clear and had thrown a safety derailer switch to permft the car to pass The headlight of the train was not visible nor was Itsrum buns heard until it was butafshort distance from the crossing The con ductor let go the derailer switch in time to throw the rear truck of his car off the track but not in time to vent the front end from being shuck- snd the car hurled around until it stood parallel with the railroad track The car contained passengers which were bound for their homes and for amusement resorts along the car- line Only a few escaped uninjured and they were persons occupying the rear of the car- Ambulances Summoned Ambulances from all parts of the city were summoned at once and the wounded taken to their homes or hon pitals Most of the injured constitut ed family parties and in several in- StanceS all the members of a family being among the Injured The train was running at a fast rate tof speed when the accident occurred and the engineer it is said could not check the speed of his train in time to mitigate the disaster The safety gates with which the crossing is pro Vided were up at the time and as the railroad makes a curve at this point the conductor could not see the flyer Approaching tThe dead Cora May Martin two years old daughter of James Martin Fatally injured Mrs James Martin crushed about chest Gertrude 3 artin 12 years old arm fractured and internal injuries Frank William Bon motorman of the wrecker car chest crushed Mrs Patrick Kilduff skull fractured Michael Hussy inter raal Injuries Lucy Halter 22 1 CARNAHANS SUCCESSOR Gen Lyon Appointed Temporary Ma jor General of the Uniform Rank Indianapolis Ind Aug 7Gen Jo seph H L onof Leavenworth Kan has been appointed temporary major general of the Uniform Rank Knight of Pythias to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Gen James R C rna ian The appointment was made by Charles E Shiveley of Richmond supreme chancellor and commanderIn chief of the Uniform Rank Knights of Pythias and was announced at a con ference of the officers of the order held in the general offices here Gen Lyon Is western passenger agent of the Missouri Pacific railroad The permanent appointment of major general 3Ir Shiveley saldwill be made within the next 60 days CHINESE FJGHT Three Killed Two Probably Fatally and Many Others Injured New York Aug 7As a result of a battle between two of the big Chinese societies in the Chinese theater in Doyer street three Chinamen wer killed two others probably fatally wounded and many others injured When the police succeeded In break lug up the riot they had arrested more than enough inhabitants of the Chi nese district to fill the Elizabeth street and other police stations in the vicin Jty According to a report made the police the Hip Sing Tong starterj- tbe trouble and deliberately selected the Chinese theater which is seldom visited by the police as the most favorable scene for operations CRUSHED IN A MINE Two Men Killed Two Severely and Six Slightly Injured J Cumberland Wyo Aug 7Two- en were killed two severely and six slightly injured in an accident at mine Uo 1 of the Union Pacific Coal Co There was some coal overhead that was considered unsafe The men had Just fired a blast shooting a quantity of it down and had started to shovel Jt Into cars when another section of coal 15 feet long eight foot wide and ten Inches thick fell from above crushing the men to the floor ojState Senator Farris Acquitted Jefferson City Mo Aug7State5- enator Frank H Farris was acquitted jy a jury on a charge of bribery In connection with a bill Introduced vat the session ofthe state legislature 1901 to repeal the statute prohibiting the use of alum in the manufacture ol Baking powder GOVERNORS BRpTHER4 He Will Instruct the Kentucky Soldiers at Paducah Paducah Ky4Aug 7Lleut D Y Beckham of thlr United States artil lery corps accompanied by Adjt Gen Percy Haley of the state guard ar rived here for ttte encampment which begins Monday Lieut Beckham is a brother of Gov Beckham and he will instruct the soldiers during the encampment The officers anticipate great results from Lieut Beckhams work He will be assisted by nine noncommissioned soldiers in the United States army They will probably be sent from Jefferson barracks aiM are due here Monday Adjt Gen Haley w ll remain but a few 3orsas he is very busy at Frankfort He will make several visits to the camp of instruction Gov Beckham will review the troops of the Second regi ment next Friday THE SECOND REGIMENT Col Roger Williams Command Ar rives at Paducah Paducah Ky Aug IThe Second regiment commanded by Cot Roger Williams of Lexington arrived herr on a special train for the state en campment The soldiers were taken from the depot to the grounds a din tance of three miles on cars furnish ed by the street car company Dress parades will take place at 5 p m dai ly The crematory has been put In operation Surrounding ponds are being oiled BARN BUNED Bloodhounds on the Trackof Those Believed To Have Set It on Fire Lexington Ky Aug 7Blood hounds were placed on the track of the men believed to have set fire to the barn of S L Vanmeter While It Is Impossible to learn the identity of the men under suspicion It was stated that an arrest would likely be made The hounds followed the trail of a man who was riding a bicycle but after a chase of several miles he was lost The noted saddle stallion Fay jette Rex was destroyed in the tlrEI 1stanfordChandler Blmore Slier and James Car jter Jr and Misses Ethel Delaney and Lena Staton were arrested by Sheriff 1 S Baughman and Deputy George T Wood charged with the foul assass ination of Cecil Crutchfield somo reel s ago Paducah Quarantines Paducah Ky Aug 7 Paducah will establish strict quarantine against yel low fever Infected districts The quarantine of Southern Illinois and Mis sour forced action here which probably would not have been taken unless the danger became more pronounced Married on the Mountain Mayklng Ky Aug 7WIth a tone mall carrier a wagoner and the quietude of the mountain fastnesses as the only witnesses James Mullins 21 and Louie Fraley 18 an eloping couple from Dickinson county were married on the top of Cumberland mountain Boy Explodes Torpedo Louisville Ky Aug 7Johnny OLeary eight years of age a son of Timothy 3 OLeary a freight hand PennsylvnIniaas a result of an accidental explosion of a railroad torpedo Drowned While Bathing NewPort Ky Aug 7 William Me Gill the 11yearold son of James Mc Gill military jailibr at Fort Thomas was drowned whye bathing near the Intake pier of thnew Cincinnati wa terworks A strong current drew him under a raft A Joint Reservoir Covington Ky Aug 7The Cov ingtbn waterworks board and council have received rain Secretary W am Newall of the Newport watetv rks board an invitation to Jointly build a settling basin in Campbell county for emergencies Cox and Morgan West Liberty Ky Aug 7Tbu democratic primary of the 91st legis held here was very quiet It gave H M Cox about 300 majority Morgan about 250 majority Cox is for Paynter for senator Died From His Injuries Covington Ky Aug 7Samuel Brisben 75 died at his residence 274 West Fifth street He fell down the stairs about ten weeks ago and broke his hip from which injury he never recovered Barbourvillb Ky Aug 7Vie Mes ser charged with the murder of El ffen Carnes was given a sentence of four years in the penitentiary Old River Man Suicides Memphis Tenn Aug 7H J Dudley 55 an old river man was found dead in his room uder circumstances which point to suicide The door was locked windows puled down and gas turned on Dudley was employed on the government fleet near here Knocked Out in Fourth Round Terre Haute Ind Aug 7uKldJ- htoert or Kansas City knocked out Jimmy Burns of Chicago in the fourth round of a swift bout at State Line 40 miles north of here About 300 men from Chicago Danville and ether cities attended the fight Fingalandthem in use among the Saracens RUSSIANENVOYSIM Board the Mayflower Arrived at Newport R L t DELAYED BY HEAVY WEATHER The Dolphin Which Is Conveying the Japanese Anchored Off Bret ons Reef Lighthouse Owing Toa Heavy Fog the Peace Squadron Will Reach Portsmouth a Day Late and the Proceed ings Will Be Postponedt Newport R I Aug 7Tlie con verled yacht Mayflower with M Witte and Baron Rosen on board arrived here late Sunday afternoon and are rangements were made for M Witte to continue the journey to Ports mouth N H by train The May- flOwer was expected here about 11 a m but was delayed by the thlclc weather The dispatchboat Dolphin whIch Js voriveying thclapanese rep resentatives from Oyster Bay to Portsmouth did not come into the harbor but anchored off Brentons reef lightship The commanders of both vessels expected to rest1lelha trip to Portsmouth Sunday night When the fog whletl lund hun over the bay all day lifted shortly after 5 oclock Sunday afternoon CaptJ Ken yon of the Prices neck life savirig sta tion sighted both the Mayflower and Dolphin at anchor to the eastward of Brenlcns reef lightship At 530 the Mayflower came to New port and anchored at the torpedo station at the same time displaying the Russian flig at the fore Soon after waid Mr Witte Baron Rosen two secret service men and Commander Cameron McR Winslow entered a steam launch and were landed at the wharf at the station The party was met by Rr Adm French E Chadwick Mrs Winslow and H O Havemyer Jr a brotherinlaw of Commander Winslow Were Convoyed By the Galveston The Mayflower and Dolphin were convoyed by the cruiser Galveston The cruiser remained at anchor dur ing the Mayflowers stay In the hare bor After supper Mr jViltc and Commander McR Winslowent to a telegraph station and the farmer filed a number of dispatches A crowd of citizens who recognized the distinguished Russian assembled outside the office Mr Witte was much mused when he saw tho curl ous ones Mr Witte and Baron Rosen parlorcarfor rtc ston Mr Havemyer conducted Mr Witte Baron Rosen and Rr A4ra Chadvsick TO un automobile Affer a spin about the city the party called on Mrs Chadwick at her cottage and tften proceeded to Commander Winslow3 cottage for supper i The dispatch boat Dolphin remain ed off Brentons reef lightship land the Japanese representatives did not come ashore Both vessstsenCot1l1ter ed a thick fog on the ruin from Oyrter bay They were obliged to anchor off Block islanxl and remain outside Brentons reef UghtshiprOwing to thick weather the peace squadron will he unable to reach Portsmouth fondianl the delay will necessitate a postponement of the opening proceedings for one day IN HONOR OF TAFT Large Spectacular Parade Was Held in Manila Manila Aug 7A large spectacu lar parade was held In honor of tpo visit qf Secretary of War Taft and party Ten thousand men were in line Including military marines sai ors industrials and 30 provincial dele gations There were 50 floats and SO bands In line The parade was three hours passing the reviewing stand Secretary Taft Govi Gen Wright Maj Gen Corbin Rr Adm Train an1 Miss Alice Roosevelt and the resident foreign representatives were in the reviewing stand Two floats bore fountains of ylangylang and other floats were profusely decorated with flowers At one stage of the proces slon a halt was made and Miss Roqse velt wjis presented with a gold plate amidst unbounded enthusiasm Commission1St China liQU- spent Sunday in St Paul on his way to join the peace commission of which he is an advisory member Mr Poko tilow reached St Paul in the morning and left at night for the eastz Mangled By a Train Hlllsboro Tex Aug 7A Cotton Belt passenger train struck a party of negro cotton choppers east of town shortly after midnight killing Ray Ed wards and his wife and badly mang ling Henry Thompson and his wife M Witte in Boston Boston Aug 7Mr Witte and par ty arrived here front Newport at 1140 oclock Sunday njgfit and were immediately driven to the Hotel Touraine It is said the party J will leave early Monday for Portsmouth To Lay New Cable London Aug7The battleship Co lonla sailed with 2400 miles of cable to lay the Commercial Cable Cos ad ditional line from Watervllle Ireland to Canso N S and thence to New Foundlarid d fr WASHINGTON QOUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY wcukdhave work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the hoijie mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will Got misrepresent his goods to you he has known yOu for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat yon he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house doubtlons you cnn remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may comeback again but send it toline of the big mal order houses and It will buy accent 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 honorable men When you wantto make a purchase look over this list and select your store You- will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder honse HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrellay Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Producei Conrad Hertlem Baker and Confectioner The f Best Itel 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 rtardin Weakley TinnersaiTtf Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Bardstown Louisville Trains Bardstown ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc C W NOE and Repairing at the most W Hagan 1 Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc WE Leacnman Dealer In Furniture Carpets Instruments James Graves and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes c IDealers Hardware Tinware Staves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc 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of Washington and adjoining counties in the Court of Appeals and Federal Co rtsIC C McCHORD 1 ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky I Will practice in aU State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE I ATTYATLAW j Springfield Ky JRTill practice In the courts of WaahinSton ofPpe1w E SELECMAN 1 ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky l will practice in the courts of Washington and ebonties and in court of Appeals J H E WALTER IIATTYATLAWfl fCollin the courts of Washington and ad joining counties S M CAMPBELL 1ASpringfield Ky specialtyWillable Phone 84 i USB MARKS SiLCINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers Cist LiisfWMf list I SleniaLS S EG BOGG5 QB= == = = = == DIRECTORY rn SprlnKfielcfKyCom Atty F 3L Campbell clerk Gee Cat lett jailer M G Master Conuni loner Byron Croake Sheriff Deputies tSpHngfieldFourthMondaysCounty Court RJL Litsev judge V Fi untyAttorneyeach month Quarterly Court begins third Monday in each month firstTnounty Treasurer Robt XOB Other County tcla1sTas F Moore Sur OBriandeputyJ M Montgomery METHODIST Kev J C Hoskinson SundaysmPrayerHennepyPastoroclock a m Services atSt Rose same hours Faatoreach month LatlinerPastorand 7 m Sunday School every at Ii PrayermeetfngeeryTbursdayevooingat wnUamfiPaSunday nesday evening at 8 o clock lJcJas Divine No5J W Gordon No 6 Jinx O Polland Secret Societies Masonic HpriBgfleldLodeo BMayaThird Monday nights in each month- S i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 If f CTf Return of- SHERLOCK1 P i t HOLMESBy Author of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes t The Hound of the Baskervilles The Sign of the Four A Study In Sclrlet Etc S Aa Aa w The Adventure of the Empty House No 1 of the Series Ctfjrickt JW J7 2 Gras Dtjlt and CctffcrV rrilJCitrrtcto I McGarr fktilltt CfCtJ 1 T was in the spring of the sear 1894 that all London was Interested and the fashionable world dismayed by the murder of the Hon Ronald AilalrIunder most inexplicable circumstances The public las already learned those particulars of oS1he crime which came out in the police 1lt1on but a good deal was suppressed upon that occasion since the case for the prosecution was so overwhelmingly strong that it was not necessary to bring forward alt the facts oQn1ynow at the end of nearly ten years am I allowed to supply those missing links which make up the whole of that remarkable chain The crime was of Interest in itself but that Interest was jfis nothing to me compared to the inconceivable sequel which lorded me the greatest shockand surprise of any event in jay venturous life Even tt6wt1aTfer this long Interval I fund myself thrilling as I think of It and feel Ing once more that sudden flood of Joy Amazement and Incredulity which utterly submerged my mind Let me say to that public which has shown dome interest in those glimpses which I have occasionally given them of the ithoughts and actions of avery remark Able man that they are not to blame one If I have not shared my knowledge iwith them for I should have consider ed It my first duty to have done so had d not been barred by a positive prohibition from his own lips which was only withdrawn upon the 3d of last month It can be Imagined that my close In insrested me deeply In crime and that After his disappearance I never failed tto read with care the various problems which came before the public And I een attempted more than once for my own private satisfaction to employ methods In their solution though blsI indifferent success There was 3iowever which appealed to me like this tragedy of Ronald Adair As I read the evidence at the inquest which led up to a verdict of willful murder against some person or persons un known 1 realized more clearly than I lad ever done the loss which the com munity had sustained by the death of Sherlock Holmes There were points about this strange business which would I was sure have peclally appealed to him find the ef forts of the police would have been supplemented or more probably anticl pated by the trained observation and the alert mind of the first criminal agent In Europe All day as I drove Upon my round I turned over the case 3n my mind and found no explanation which appeared to me to be adequate At the risk of telling a twice told tale 3 will recapitulate the facts as they were known to the public at the con clusion of the Inquest The Hon Ronald AdaIr was the sec TOnd son ot the Earl of Maynooth at AusI1trallanreturned from Australia to undergo the operation for cataract and she her son Ronald and her daughter Hilda werej living together at 427 Park lane youth moved In the best society had ao far as was known no enemies and mo particular vices lIe had been en gaged to Miss Edith Woodley of Car stairs but the engagement had been broken off by mutual consent some months before and there was no sign that It had left any very profound feeling behlnait For the rest the mans life moved In a narrow and convention al circle for his habits were quiet and this nature unemotional Yet it was upI on this easy going young aristocrat that death came In most strange and unex pected form between the hours of 10 sand 1020 on the night of March 30 0894 PlayIIfngcontlnually member of the Baldwin the Cavendish xnd the Bagatelle card clubs It was Shown that after dinner on the day of Ills death he had played a rubber of whist at the latter club He had also played there Ip the afternoon The evidence of those who had played wIt- h1hmIr Iurray Sir John Hardy and Colonel Moran showed that the game twas whist and that there was a fairly equal fall of the cards Adair might fcave lost f5 but not more His fortune was a considerable one and such a loss could not In any way affect him He had played nearly every day at one club or other but he was a cautious player and usually rose a wlnnefer It came out In evidence that in partner 4ship with Colonel Moran he had actu ally won as much as 420 in a sitting some weeks before from Godfrey Mil 1er and Lord Balmoral So much for bis recent history as it came out at the quest On the evening yet the crime he re 4e ILLUSTRATED BY F D STEELE 4 turned from the club exactly at iO His mother and sister were out spend ing the evening with a relative The servant deposed that she heard him en ter the front room on the second floor generally used as his sitting room She had lit a fire and as it smoked she had opened the window Jyp sound was heard from the room until 1J20 the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth SayIsons room The door was locked on thb inside and no answer could be got to their cries and knocking Help was obtained and the door forced Ihe un fortunate young man was found lying near the table His head had bqen hor rlbly mutilated by an expanding revolver bullet but no weapon of any sort was to be found in the room On the table lay two bank notes for ilO each and I1710s In silver and gold the ijioney arranged In little piles of vary- Ing amount There were some figures also upon a sheet of paper with the names of some club friends opposite to them from which it was conjectured that before his death he was endeavor Ing to make out his losses or winnings cardsA examination of the circum stances served only to make the case more complex In the first place noIreason could be given why the young man should have fastened the door upon the inside There was the possi bility that the murderer had done this and had afterward escaped by the win dow The drop was at least twenty feet however and a bed of crocuses in full bloom lay beneath Neither the flowers nor the earth showed any sign of having been disturbed nor were there any marks upon the narrow strip of grass which separated the house from the road- Apparently therefore it was the fastencfllthedeath No one could have climbed up to the window without leaving traces Suppose a man had fired thrpugh the window he would Indeed be a remarkable shot who could with n revolver inflict so Deadly a wound Again Park lane 1s a frequented thor oughfare There Is a cab stand within a hundred yards of the house No one had heard a shot jAnd yet there was tlfc dead man and there the revolver bullet which had mushroomed out its soft nosed bullets will and so In flicted a wound which must have caused instantaneous death Such were the circumstances of the Park lane mystery which were further complicated by entire absence of motive since as I have said young Adair was not known to have any enemy and no attempt had been made to remove the money or valuables In the room All day I turned these facts over In my mind endeavoring to some theory which could them all and to find that line reconcUeI resistance which my poor declaredAto be the starting point of 11madeat street end of Park lane A group of loafers upon the pavements all staring up at a particular window directed me Copyright by Colliers Weekly =It struck me that the fellow must be some poor bibliophile to the house which I hnd come to see A tall thin mnSswitli colored glasses whom I strongly usnected of being plnlir clothes detect e wns pointing out some theory of his own while the others crowded around to listen to what he said I got as near him as I could but his observations seemed to ime to be absurd teo I withdrew again In some disgust As I did so I struck against an elderly deformed man who had been behind me and I knocked down several booRs which he was cap rylng I remember thut as I njefted them up I observed the title of one of them The Origin of Tree Worship and it sTlSck me that the fellow must be some poor bibliophile who either as a trade or as a hobby was a collector of obscure volumes 1 endeavored to apologize for the accident but It was rir evident that these books which 11ssounfortunat veil precious lYlhaitreatedtere their owner With be turned upon rilsrheeifand i sun his curved back and white side whiskers disappear among the throng My observations of 427 Par c Hine did little to clear up the which I was Interested ProlJlon1ln sep arated from the wall and railing the not more than five feet high It was perfectly easy therefore for any one to get into the garden but the window Ayns entirely- inaceesslblesinee there wu jno water plpe or anything which could hell the most active man More puzzled than ever I retraced my steps to Kensington I had not beets in my study five minutes When the maid en tered to say that a person desired to see me To my astonishment it was none other than my strange old book collector his sharp wizened facepeer- ing out from a frame of white hair and his precious volumes a dozen of them at least wedged under his right arm Youre surprised to see me sir said he in ra strange croaking voice acknowledged that I was Well Ive a conscience sir and when I chanced to see you go into tills house as I came hobbling after you I thought to myself Ill Just step in and see that kind gentleman and tell him that if I was a bit gruff in my manner there wag not any harm meant and that I am match obliged to him for picking up my bookjt You iak too much of a trifle said I May I ask how you tnew who I was Yes sir If it Isnt too great a liber ty I am a neighbor of yours for youll find my little bookshop at the comer of Church street and very happy to see you I nflsure Maybe you collect yourself Heres British Birds and Catullus and The Holy Wara bargain every one of them With five volumes you could Just fill that gap on that second shelf It looks untidy does It not sir I moved my head to look at the cabinet behind me When I turned again Sherlock Holmes was standing smiling at me across my study table I rose to my feet stared at him for some sec onds In utter amazement and then It appears that I must have fainted for the first and the last time in my life Certainly a gray mist swirled before my eyes and when it cleared I found my collar ends undone and the tingling aftertasjte of brandy upon my lips Holmes was bending over my chair his flask in his hand My dear Watson said the well remembered voice I owe you a thousand apologies I had no idea that you would be so affected I gripped him by the arms Holmes I cried Is It really you Can It Indeed be that you are alive Is It possible that you succeeded In climb lug out of that awful abyss Walt a moment said he Ares ou sure that you are really fit to discuss things I have given you a serious shock by my unnecessarily dramatic reappearanceI but Indeed Holmes I can hardly believe my eyes Good heavens to think that you +yoU of all menshould be standing In my study Again I gripped him by the sleeve and felt the thin sinewy arm beneath it Well youre not a spirit anyhow said I My dear chap Im overjoyed to see you Sit down and tell me how you came alive out of that dreadful chasmHe opposite to me and lit a ciga rette In his old nonchalant manner He was dressed In the seedy frock coat of the hook merchant but the rest of that individual lay In a pile of white hair analold books upon the table Holmes looked even thinner and keener than of old but there was a dead white tinge In his aquiline face which told me that his life recently had not been a healthy one lam glad to stretch myself Wat sonsnld he It Is no Joke when a tall man has to take a foot oft his stature for several hours on end Now mY dear fellow In the matter of these explanations we have If I may ask for your cooperation hard and dun pcrlhapsaccount of the whole situation when that work Is finished I am full of curiosity I should much prefer to hear now Youll come with uie tonight When you like and where you like This Is Indeed like the old days We shall have Time for a mouthful of dinner before we need go Well then about that chasm I had no serious difficulty In getting out of it for the very simple reason that I never was In itYou No ever were In ItiWatson I never was in It My note to you was absolutely genuine I had little doubt that I had come to the end of my career when I perceived the somewhat sinister figure of the lute Professor Morlarty sthudjug upon the narrow pathway which lied to safety I rend an Inexorable purpose In his gray eyes I exchanged some remarks with him therefore and obtained his courteous permission to write the short note which you afterward received I left It with my cigarette box and my stick and I walked along the pathway Morlarty still at my heels When I reached the end I stood at bay He drew no weapon but he rushed at me and threw his long arms around me Ho knew that his own game was up and was only anxious to revenge him self upon me We tottered together iporHhe brink of the fall I have some knowledge however of barltsu or the Tapancs system of wrestling which has more than once been very useful to me I slipped through his grip und he with a horrible scream kicked mad Jly for a fewjfecondsflhd clawed the air with both MB hands Buy if or nil his efforts he would not get his balance JOHANNA HOCK The wife murderer recently saved from the gallows by a Chicago woman whose sympathy was aroused He murdered a wives w and over he went With my face over the brink I saw him fall fora long way Then he struck u rock bounded off and splashed Into the water TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK TNt GREATEST SUMMER TRIP To Old Point Comfort and The Seashore August The personally conducted Excursion toOld Point Comfort in charge of Mr W A Wilgus SP Awill be run Saturday August 12 via L N and C 0 Railway from 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 air surfbathing ocean voyage superior hot l1entertainment and a visit to the Capitol Stopover privileges allowed returning Delightful side trips at low rates Every attention extended to ladiesI traveling alone Choice of re andClifton1Forge ticulars and sleeping car space address opkinsvilleKyRailway Fraud Exposed- A few counterfeiters have lately been making and tryingto sell imitations of Dr Kings for Consump tion Coughs and Colds and other m publicThispeople who seek to profit through steal mg reputation of remedies which have been successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our name on the wrapper Look for it on all of Dr Kinkgs or Bucklens- remedies as aH others are mere finite tions H E BUCKLENCO Chicago Illund- Windsor Canada For sale C J Haydon druggist byI Col G W Patton a prominent yer and formerly United States Mar 4 Charles4plosion Memphis negroes will hold a tutu S meeting Sunday to inaugurate a move ment against the Jim Crow law MonkeyFated Owls Kentucky Advocate Oneaf the most unique exhjits we have seen for a long time is the four monkeyfaced owls which were on exibition at Embry Welchs yesterday afternoon About four weeks ago Mr William Phillips who works oh Mr Harry Moores farm noticed a huge bird flying around and he first thought it was an eagle and secured a gun with which to kill it aroundItigating found four monkeyfaced owls A number of ornithologists have examined the young birds and say they have never seen anything like them Dr Moore wrote to the Zoological Gar den at Cincinnati offering it the birds and they will be bhipped tomorrow Lazy Pores Laziness is an evil that breeds trouble and disease Lazy men never look bright cheerful or healthy lazy people do not ex erase they do not exert powers for warding off disease Hence stagnent and useless In the same way the pores of your skin become clogged and theydontresult ou have skin troubles aggravating annoymritchingandburningskinbla heads pimples ftc The pores ofyour lazythermeans of producting the necessary ac tivity is to use freely twice a day the new product Paracamph When you apply Paracamph itimmediately opens th pores penetrates directly to the bottom of the same going even into the muscles draw ing out all disease germs dirt obstruc tions and inflammation by inducing a healthy copious perspiration It washes- out the pores and feeds the interior cells which furnish the oils necessary for making a healthy and beautiful skin For this reason Paracamph is invaluable for the dryEczemaIt is unequalled for the treatment of Neu ralgia Sore Muscles and Rheumatism because it creates a normal activity in the pores of the skin thereby stimulating the circulation and thereby swnoving all congestion Paracamph is n clean invaluable everyfamilynot waste your money on cheap salves linements witch hazel vaseline etc Buy remedySold ParacarnpkCo Ii COAL tf1 Buy It- Now + r lAndSave 1 Money tr jIthey have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ex cellent Fill your coal house now1 + i r + + + + x A i ii nlii i Every Heart=Ach1 Ev ry pain in the breast difficult breathing palpitation fluttering or dizzy spellmeans that your heart is straining itself in its effort to keep in motion Tfiis is dangerous Some sudden strain from over exertion or excitement will completely exhaust the nerves or rupture the walls or arteries stopRelieve at once with Dr Miles Heart Cure It invigorates and strengthens the heart nerves i and muscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the pain and miseryiyoUrheartDr Miles Heart Cure I suffered terribly with heart dIs- ease I have been treated bydifferent physicians for my trouble physician putthewith his medicine he came near mak beforethisIn our town He saw my condition HeartCureuntil my return from Memphis when pleasedtoCHARLES GOODRICH Caruthersville Mo byyourfailheMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 18S9 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Gee DRobertson President Hon L 5 Thurman vicePr dent J A Bonlware Cashier Ihas 3L ilcChord AMt Cashier Lee Geo D Robertson W L Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed s AAlLEo HAYDCS SBTHOXFSOXJS HAYDON THOMPSON r LIVERY FEED AND SALE STAlLEv tSpringfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men g PHOSK ISI A eOeOeOeOeOegeOeaeoeaeooa JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD MKENTUGKT Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 stir EectectelrtetaJctettr erl ctI1 k CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year 55 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier journal except Sunday 6 40 iSame including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the4eeK 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three sixmonths2QThe Sun and the Sunday Cour ier Joiurrial one year 2 80 Address Tae SPRING1 EW SUN Springfield Kyi F ar I t if F j 3 f 7 h Jfff jk JH f riJ j 4z t S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9 1905 Coming COLE ROGERS f GREAT RAILROAD SHOWS t Positively the Only Big Showto visit your city this season A Show of Features presenting a Unique Novel ancftntensely Interesting entertainment V A Grand ConsolidationContaining an assemblage of earths most startling representations in Ar tistic Acts and Exploits introduced by the best lady and gentleman acrobats and aerialartists and the five funny clowns Dont Fail to See the Great ManEat ing Lions and Topsy9 the Boer War Elephant Our Tnvpi of Educated Horses Ponies and Dogs is a Feature Two Performances 2 and 8 oclock p m Doors Open at I and 7 Dont Forget The Day and Date Wednesday Aug 16- At Springfield Ky See The Grand Free Street Pageant A USEFUL CHAIR laves Time and Nerves In Dre lnff and Hjtndllngr the Baby The proper caring f r baby has grown to be more and n ore of an art and among the recent a quisitlons got up for the convenience mother or an attendant In the nursery is a chair fit ted as shown In the accompanying plc Is rUSEFUL rTTATtt FOB THE 2fTBSEBY ture with two drawers to contain all that is necessary in the dressing of the little one The drawers are divided into com partments to hold safety pins powder puff handkerchief brush and comb feeding utensils and other odds and ends which every mother likes to have handy for babys toilet There Is no doubt that this device would greatly lmplify tile trYing oper ation of dressing a fractious infant and save nurse and mother much unnecessary trouble Philadelphia Press TenderFeet Girls who serve in shops and others whose occupation keeps them on their feet a great deal often are troubled with chafed sore and blistered feet no matter how comfortably their shoes may fit A powder used In the German army for sifting into the shoes and stockings of foot soldiers Is nailed fusstreupulver and consists of three parts of salicylic acid ten parts of starch and eightyseven parts of pulverized soapstone Any chemist will make it up for a small sum It keeps the feet dry prevents chafing andrap Idly heals sore spots Finely pulverized soapstone only Is very good When the feet merely ache a very useful remedy may be found in the following Take a teaspoonful of ordinary washing soda dissolve It in half a gallon of warm wa ter and bathe the feet In it for about half an hour Repeat this from time to time A hot water bath is also highly excellent for tired feet American Queen Take a Rest at Noon Get into the practice of taking a rest at noon Lie down if only for ten mint utes or five minutes If you cannot lie down lean back in a chair and close your eyes Just forget everything Rest relax Even if you do not sleep rest This practice will make you live longer It will make you healthier while you do live It will probably make people want you to live longer It will take the tangle out of your nerves the Irritability out of your temper the wrinkles out of your face it will make your eyes brighter your face fuller Try It Medical Talk Subscribe for The Sun tOO year guD8Cribe for The Sun 100 year DEFENDED HIS MOTHER The Youngster Fired a Shot That Killed His Stepfather Owensborb Ky Aug 5Forest Pate 17 years of age shot and killed his stepfather John Browder in this county The boy said his stepfather was advancing on him with a brick when he fired in selfdefense He was arrested brought to this city and placed in jail The boy says his stepfather had been abusing his mother and ha defended her- SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Dr J H Walker Valley Hill has for ewesIend 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- RCJ Haydon druggist FlourI er made r bread knows that some kinds of flour will make nice light white bread and other kinds will refuse to respond to any kinjlly treatment but Just obstinately turn out dark tough loaves The best way to prevent bad bread Is to go back to the beginning and test the flour when you buy it The farmers bulletin issued by the agricultural department Washington gives the following direc tions for testing tour See to it that the flour is white with a faint yellow tinge Then take some ot it up In your hand and press 1L It will fall apart loosely not in lumps Hub some of It between your fingers It will nQtfeel entirely smooth and powdery but you will- able be faintly to distinguish the different particles Put a IIttieJ of It between your teeth and It will crunch a little and the taste will be sweet and nutty without any aciditythat is If It ig a good bread flour It will do all these lnfS 1I0wtoiTe1I Pure Maple Sntcar Unadulterated maple sugar Is about lIkelyican be dug out with a qllver case knife andalIs more difficult to detect adulterated sirup but the latter will never crystal laze under several months exposure If crystals form In the can within a few weeks after It has been received the consumer may be assured that the product has been adulterated with cane or beet sugar When sugar was made years ago over an open fire It was a deep brown but since the evap orator came Into use It Is light and free from the twang that formerly characterized IL How a Mend Cracked negatives Cracks 4n negatives In which the film has not been damaged need not be repaired by floating off the film but can be mended as follows says Popular Mechanics Over the glass side of the negative a mixture of one part of turpentine and one part of Canada balsam Is poured so that It will pene trate Into the crack The surplus Is removed by a rag dipped In benzine In copying the crack it Is said will be absolutely Invisible The dlfflculty of handling such a negative zany be over come y binding It to another plate In lafrteru slide fashion A Days Doings in Kentucky FIRE AT INDEPENDENCE The Shock Caused the Death of An Aged Woman J Covington Ky Aug 3Flre which threatened her life and home gave Miss Millie Edwards 80 such a shock in her feeble condition that she died after having been carried safely ont of the douse in Independence Ivy She was a pioneerresident of Independence the seat of Kenton county and located 12 miles back of Covington The fire did damage estimated at 12 000 and threatened te destruction of the entire town TJje fire originated In the residence of Rachel Jones on the other side offthe street from the courthouse and when discovered it had a firm hold of the building It was started presumably from a leak In a gasoline cook stove in the kitchen KILLED HIS COUSIN A Posse Searching the Mountains For a Lumber Merchant London Ky Aug 3A telephone message from Hyden tells of the kilt lUg of Felix Hoskins a wealthy lum ber merchant near his homeon Spring Creek Leslie county by his first cousln Nick Garrison also a mum berman of Ryden Hoskins had sued Garrison for a debt that Garrison said he did not owe They quarreled and the shooting resulted Garrison fled to the mountains and has not yet captured He Is being hunted beenII large posse of officers and the dead man Both parties are promi nent and much excitement prevails over the unexpected tragedy The men had been friends- POISONING ATTEMPTED A Whole Family Became III After Eat Ing Their Dinner Owlngsvllle Ky Aug 3News has reached here from Ewing Fleming county that G W Reeves a farmer his wife and young daughter Emily were mysteriously poisoned and were in a serious condition for some time Mrs Reeves Is not yet oui oi danger The family became ill just after tak ing a hearty meal and it is evident that an attempt was made by an enemy to exterminate tie family but there Is no clewI A 20000 Blaze Owensboro Ky Aug 3Flre at LIvermore Ky destroyed A C Good mans livery stable and iten horses C W Thomas hardware store the Cum berland telephone exchange Mrs Fan nie Bennetts grocery and the post of fice Total loss Is 20000 with 6000 insurance The fire started in the liv ery stable from unknown causes Struck By a Stray Bullet Frankfort Ky Aug 3Miss Lucy Hazelrigg of Greensburg Ind mem ber of a boating party up the Ken tucky river on the steamer Falls City was struck in the left wrist by a stray bullet fired from the bank Just below Tyrone She was taken off the boat here and given medical attention Phone Value Fixed Frankfort KY Aug 3Thestate hoard of valuation passed on the Citi tens Telephone Coof Cov1ngtonnnd fixed Its total capitalization for fran chase tax purposes at 200000 The franchise value will be that amount less the tangible property already as sensed by the city assess rjf Sent Home To His Louisville Ky Aug 3Beating a tag which displayed his name and destination Roger Shermanthe 15year old deaf mute who was picked up last week in the Louisville Nashville railroad yards was placed aboard a train and shipped to Ludlow Ky the home of his mother Slot Machines Must Go Henderson Ky Aug 3Sheriff S A Young who a few months ago was appointed sheriff to fill the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Hen ry Dixon gave out printed notice that he would strictly enforce the law as to slot machines Has Been Missing Since April Bowling Green Ky Aug 3WI11- 1am Burmeister a young German has myst rtoUSlldisappeared from his place at the Bedford Bowl IngGreen stone quarry plant near the city He has been missing since April 25 Pinkeye In Glasgow Glasgow Ky Aug 3Thatso much dreaded disease among stockmen known as pinkeye has developed here and stock owners are very much alarmed over the situation There are probably 125 cases In and near town Mrs Carlisle Dying Covington Aug 3Word has reach ed Covington that Mrs John G Car- lisle wife of exSecretary of the Treasury Carlisle is dying at her summer home near Babylon Long Island N Y Mrs Carlisle is a native of Kentucky A Fire at Caneyville Leltchfleld Ky Aug 3The big general merchandise store of Harned Bros at Caneyville was destroyed by fire entailing a loss of 13000 partly Insured M R Harned of Louisville is a member of the firm Omitted Tax Assessment Cases Hopkinsville Ky Aug 3Frank A Lucas auditors agent for the state at large filed suit against 175 persons andfirms who declined to compromise omitted tax assessment with him e KENTUCKY PRODUCTS Complaints Made That They Are Pasted In Statehouse Bids Frankfort Ky Aug 4Gov Beck ham wrote to Architect Andrews of Dayton 0 who will build the Ken tucky statehouse inclosing a cone plaint from Secretary Hughes bf the Louisville Commercial club that Kentucky products are discriminated against in the specifications for the new building The governor directed Mr Andrews to investigate the complaint and If found to be true o cor rect matters at once If it is found that there has been discrimination it is possible that the bids which are to be opened next Monday will be reject ed and new ones asked for or a few days further time given for supplemental bids to Include the Kentucky nTaterials heretofore shut out It is asserted however that no discrimination has been made except that some kinds of materials may be shut out because of the high quality named In the specifications KILLED PARTNER H A Rose Is Shot Three Times By H H Loving at Paducah Paducah Ky Aug 4A sensation al shooting occurred in the office of the Kentucky Mill and Lumber Co in the Fraternity building here when H H Loving fatally wounded H A Rose the being shot three tunes once in the forehead once in the hack of the head and once In the side Both are men and tIp to a few days agliLwere president and vice pres ident iffthe Kentucky Mill and Lum ber Co It was charged that Rose had been selling the companys lumber by the car load in Chicago and keeping the money and he was forced to get out oL the company The directors met and elected Loving president in place of Rose VIVA VOCE VOTING The System Will Be Ballottedon By Kentuckians In November Frankfort Ky Aug 4A constitutional amendment proposing to change from the secret ballot to the viva voce system of voting will be submitted to the voters of Kentucky at the November election as provided by an act of the last legislature Secretary of State McChesney sent out the requir ed official announcement to the Ken tucky daily newspapers and It is bare ly In time for the law requires the official announcement to be made 90 questIonnewspapers but it is known that a large number of people favor a return to viva voqe system of voting Instructors For State Guard Frankfort Ky Aug4Go Beck ham received a telegram from Gen Ainsworth military secretary United States army stating that he has de officerstosioned officers of the Kentucky State guard during the encampment at Pa ducah Used Poison and Rope Louisville Ky Aug 4Despondent because his imprisonment made it Im possible for him to support his wife and nine children Bob Turner In Jail for shooting swallowed ah ounce of idolne and after being pumped out tried to hang himself but was discov eyed in time Arrestedj Bal lard assistant postmaster was arrest ed here by Inspectors Speer and Hen nen of Cincinnati on the charge of rifling registered letters When cou fronted with the charge Ballard broke down and confessed it Is said Was Killed Instantly Harlan Ky Aug 4Berry Hens Icy shot and killed Mose Middleton Jr at a place known as Hensleya Schoolhouse Precinct near the Vir gnla line The halt took effect in instantlyJames E DurharffExplresC- nmpbellsvlUe Ky Aug 4James Kentuckulist of this county died here Ho vas a wealthy farmer and the day before he was engaged In thrashing his wheat Charged With Forgery Paducah Ky Aug 4Qus Aubrey of the steamer Charleston was arrest ed here on the charge of forging the name of Capt J B Smith too check drawn for 10 on the City National bank of Paducah Aubrey is chief mate Bank Closes Its Doors Mt Sterling Ky Aug4The bank of West Liberty in Morgan county has closed Its doors owing to exces sive loans The bank has been run ning about three years and had a capi tal stock of 15000 Judge T R McBeath Injured Leltchfleld Ky Aug 4nJudge T R McBeath for 25 years circuit Judge of this district was thrown violently to the ground by a fractious horse and sustained a fractured hip joint Whisky Held In Kentucky Louisville Ky Aug 4Tbe amount of whisky now held in bond In the Fifth Kentucky district la 589211987 gallons The tax on this will bring the government 6481331857 Muir glacier In Alaska Isthe lrtest In the world It equals in size a those ofthe Alps put together Special Summer Excursions VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL 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toLard litfu per pound Limo to loo per barrel Mill products Bran Jloo shipstufftJUtf per pounds t 50o OnlousSl00 Saltr3145 and 185 per barrel Turkeys 5c per Tallow 4c per Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and greasy 14Hc clear of grease 20e tub washed 2SJ Country SorKhnnj 45c to 50c Germ40c a pelce Onion SetaSl50 I Frank Palmer of Maysville was drowned in the Ohio river four miles above his home while bathing The Hon John Carnes formerly of Grant county Ky died at Kan s Norman E Roberts under arrest at Chicago is said to have swindled mer chants in cities ont of thou sands of dollars FAVORITE TONIC J Or IMITATIONS THK PMtPXNCD aY Co BT LOUIA MO Foe s e by Gr I n papers Weekly Louisville HeraId L25 Weekly Atlanta Constitution 175 St Louis Republic 175nSt Louis Globe Democrat 175 s nHomeAmerican 175 American Epitomist 150 nAmerican Farmer L50 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 o Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 n Magazine285Scribners n Ledger Monthly 175 D Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 n leG Ky Ioooooooooo t1i0la ooooooo Springfield OinitJngS PotAtoesCountry IlOundI Emporia twentyone wHIrEsCream Vermifuge THE fiUAMITEEl THE CHILDRENS BaUardSnow Liniment tJd nWeeklynWeeklySemiWeekly SemiWeekly Agriculturist WORMREMEDY A Meat Market WHERE YOU CA- NBUYTI E BEStE- very day in the year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention Ice You cantkeep coothese day- swithout ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are con stantly in the market for good beev- esFTCOXCO J01- y K ttttfcftkW That tick on time can be bought w at Graves at a lowprice Also a nice line of jewelry Have your jj eyes tested and glasses fitted jfiV33331t fitjJWORK 5 il t 1kik Graves ik Ii ST t atW i W 33Vti Subicrlbi for irkS Lee yw I