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Digital page images are linked to the text file. z I I mbt Prnflgt uu t 4f X14 j J DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY t r T VOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 NUMBER e 31 LOWER RATES fare From Springfield to Bardstown rReduced From 4cto 3cGomplaint ByBDLake ROUNDTRIP 40 CENTS CHEAPER Hon C C McChord chairman of the Railroad Commission was asked by The Sun this morning what progress was being made in the matter of the complaint against the Louisville and Nashville Railroad as to the four cents passenger rate between Springfield and Bardstown Mr McChord said HI have just received this communi cation and the entire matter is setI tIed LOUISVILLE KY Aug 14 1905 4Hon C C McChord Chairman Rail road Commission Springfield Ky DEAR SIRI beg to advise that i- nS have been issued taking effect September 11905 to make the rate of transportation of passengers between Springfield Ky and Bards town Ky three cents per mile Yours trulyT HARRISON JR District Attorney L R R Asked how the question had been raised and as to the steps taken Mr McChord said The complaint as to this rate was made in a communication addressed to the commission some time ago by Mr B D Lake of this place asking that it be reduced The commission gave notice to the proper official of the L d- a JN RR that on a certain date Mr Lakes complaint would be heard and determined There were several post ponements until finally notice was given that wewould hear the complaint August 7 The road asked a further postponement in order to get up and present certain data as to the earnings between Springfield and Bardstown it eingc1aimed they are very small We then notified the company that we would not continue the case but would hear them upon certain legal proposi tionsbearing upon the right to charge the fourcent rate September 6 was afterward agreed upon as the date for final hearing and Hon T Scott county attorney had been retained represent the county at the meeting The order for a reduction having now been made as appears from Mr Har r risons letter the meeting will be calledoff and Mr Lakes complain swill be dismissed settled Jack on lithia Water A mineral water which is rapidly be- Coming famous for its wonderful cura tive properties is that from the spring owned by Mr McElroy ofKansas City Mo and operated by Mr Lee L frot7m 2500 to 3000 water is sold every month and that the demand is constantly increasing In cases of Brights disease and other kidney troubles it is said to produce some wonderful results It is also being used successfully in the treatment of rheu jmatism and numerous diseases wDr Grumes Trial- o SHon W D Claybrooke was in Louis tville last Friday to represent Dr Samuel M Crume who is charged with shoot ing Michael Montedonico in that city last week The case was called fo trial in the Police court Friday of last week but on motion of the Common wealth was continued till the 31st of this month Dr Crume giving bond in the sum of 1000 Mr Claybrooke informs The Sun that Dr Crume ad mits the shooting but claims he has a clear case of selfdefense Not Wa higtonCourty K 4 RobinIsonattacked by two highwaymen in Louis vine last Tuesday morning and after being badly beaten up wasrobbrof 50 Robinson was two men induced by them to go to the placundern e had gone to Louisville to make som purchases He was from Washington county In liana SHIPPERSi In Western Kentucky Will Get Lower Rates Saturdays CourierJournal The Ken tucky State Railroad Commission waS in session yesterday at the Galt House having under consideration the revision of rates on coal from all the mines along the Owensboro and Nashvilledi vision of the Louisville and Nashville railroad to all points on the line The officials of the road appeared before the commission and without much discussion a reduction was agreed to which will go into effect at once The reduction is considerable in some instances and means much to the consumers along the road The changes in rates as ordered are as follows New rate Old rate 0651ToLick and Lewisburg70c 85 To Crow Hickman70c 80 Edwards 100 To Russellville 80c 100 To Red Oak Red River and Adatrville90c 120 Another matter was brought to the attention of the Louisville and Nash yule officials by Chairman McChord which was also settled in accordance with the demands of the shippers of Henderson This was in regard to the rates on ice Heretofore the Louisville and Nashville railroad has been hauling ict from Evansville Ind to Madi sonville Earlington find Providence and other points along the road in that sec t1nat the rate of from five to six cents a hundred Though the distance is ten miles or more shorter from Henderson to these points the railroad it was asserted had been charging from six to seven cents a hundred The officials of the road yesterday agreed to give Hen derson shippers the Evansville rate and to become effective at once Chairman McChord is now at work on his opinion in the case of the Owens boro merchants and manufacturers who are seeking to be put on the same freightrate basis accorded to Evans yule Ind The commission sat in Owensboro about two months ago and took testimony in the case The Owensboro merchants have been long complaining out the rate discrimina tion made by the railroad against them and in favor of Evansville which is a strong competitor for the trade in the Green river section The Owensboro shippers clajm that the discrimination has practically put them out of the wholesale business in beentoremove Since the sitting of the commission at Owensboro it is understood that the roads have made a number of concessions htlratesthe matter it is understoodthat it will be mainly in favor of the Owensboro shippers The serious complaint that will be heardnext by the commission will be that of the merchants and business meqof Marion against the Illinois Centralrailroad They claim that the rates to the town are exorbitant Institute The Teachers Institute convenedat the Graded School building Tuesday August 14 with a large nnmber pres ent Prof M 0 Winfrey the State examiner is the instructor He is a man of fine intelligence and throws his whole soul into the work of education The race fdr secretary of the institute was a very close one Henry Wells defeating Clayton Stallings by a vote of 18 to 17 The teachers are very enthusiastic in their work qjid this promises Yashrington county for years Superintend ent J W Bush is always on hard and gives the teachers ome very valuable suggestionsiTwo young men were drowned in the whirlpool near Grand Forks N D Farm For Sale We have for sale a farmin the Lit gey section ofx Tashington county 100 aTes lanVlO acres bottom land and 30 across hill land all good New two story house gpod tabacco barn Closs to jv school house and church Plenty of stock water dnd an abundance fore domestic purposes Will sell on easy terms Call upon or address 5 E J PINKSTON Ri M THOMPSON t HON SAM C BLACKkr He was killed in a street fight at Harrodsburg last Thursday night He represented Mercer county in the Legislature and was recog nized as one of the leaders of the House Mr Blckwas born and rearedat Willisburg this county where he had many warm friends He was loyal to a friend begged no quarter from an enemy and was as courageous as a lion The body was buried at Villisburg last Saturday in the presence of a large crowd sr Js W Thompson loved and Honored Woman Passed Away This Morning L5 Mrs J W Thompsondied at her home in the PleasantGrove neighborhood this morning at 4 oclock She received a stroke of apoplexy Sunday night about 11 oclock and had been lingering be tween life and death since that time For a few hours yesterday she rallied and those loved ones who Were watch ing by the bedside hoped that she was going to recover but in the evening she grew worse and the physicians realized that the end was near Mrs Thompson was fiftynine years MackvilleIand mother being among the most prominent people of the county She was married to Mr Thompson on March 6 1866 and as a result of the union ten children were born eight of whom are how living They are Mrs C D Robertson Mrs B D Lake Messrs Sterling Harry Steve Wil lie Walter of this place and Joe EdI of Pittsburg All of these children have grown to manhood and womanhood aril in the character bf each may be seen the result of the eautiful influences which were throw about them by the Christian mother There is not a woman in Washington county who is more highly honored than was Mrs Thompson She was one of those lovely characters whom whole communities will miss and upon whose bier every acquaintance will drop a tear None were better few as g od as she As an evidence of the este m in which this good woman was held by the people who knew her we desire to say that since she had been ill hundr ds of people from all sections of the co n ty hourly made inquiry of her condi tion Those who knew her loved h r Nowhere will she be so sorely miss ed as in the Pleasant Grove neighborh d where she was loved and honored by ill classes She had nursed the sick of that community andfevery man won an and child there recognized her as one of the good women the earth She was a devout member of the Christian church Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow afternoon at 4 oclock Interment will occur in the cemetery at Pleasant Grovel perh4psthundreds of friends extend the sincerest condolence She was companion who helped him to lightly bear lifes bur dens and the separation here at this point of the journeyjust when they had begun to rest serenely together from the toils of lives well spent is a touching one Gi I SPECIAL SALE I FOR TWO WEEKS I I Will Save You 1 10o1 On every Buggy you buy from me between now and II IifI will also save you biK money on HARNESS during this tim Big reduction in all kinds of har Iness in sets or single pieces J B ROBERTSON Springfield KyI II t SHOT Through the Head and Instantly Killed On last Wednesday evening August 9 between 7 and 8 oclock Miss Bessie Auberry of the Botland neighborhood in Nelson county was killed in a most tragic manner A pistol was accidently discharged and the ball entered her bain producing instantdeath The story of the accident as told The Sun by a brother of the unfortunate girl is as follows She together with the other children had gone across the field to the home of Mrs Will Faulkner who is a sister of the deceased where they intended spending the evening Mrs Faulkher went to the bed to get a quilt with which to make a pallet upon the floor for one of the children When the quilt was taken from the beda pistol which had been placed under the pillow was jerked off striking the floor and discharging Miss Auberry was stand ing in the door and as above stated was killed instantly the bullet striking her behind the leftear The deceased was a daughter of Mr Ralph Auberry and was recognized by all as a good girl She was aged about twelve and was a devout member of the Catholic church h Interment oc curred at St Rose The Sun with a host of friends extends condolence to the bereaved relatives Deplorable Accident Kentucky Standard News has reached here that Miss Bessie Auberry daughter of Mr Ralph Auberry who resides on the Ed Bean farm near Botland was accidently killed last night The means of destruction was a thirtyeightcaliber pistol the ball entering deceaseds head death resulting almost instantly Particulars con cerning the deplorable accident are very meager but it seems that the pistol had been placed under a bedstead in the family room by one of Miss Au berrys brothers At the time of the accident the girl was standing in the doorway conversing with a member of the family Several small children were playing about the room and it is supposed that one of them secured the weapon and in some manner discharged it with the abovementioned result Miss Auberry was aged about seventeen years and was very popular in her neighborhood Her mother died about three weeks ago The funeral of the unfortunate girl will take place at St Rose church tomorrow morning Rev Father Pieters officiating i MACKVILLE Mrs Lillie Russell of Indiana is Visiting relatives here 1 Mr Charles Cregbr and wife of Cecijia Ky are visiting at the home of his brother James H Cregor Mr John Edwards and daughter SaturdayItyphoid fever Born To the wife of Mr John Harmon on last Friday a fine boy Death of Miss Mary Stephen- On last Sunday morning at 4 oclock the Death Angel knocked at the home of Mr and Mrs J H Bottom and called away Miss Mary Stephen their adopted daughter She had been a patient sufferer since April of that dreaded and unfailing disease consump tion Mary was a bricht sweet girl of sixteen years just blooming int womanhood Her sweet smiling face and amiable disposition attracted and won the love of everybody with whom she was thrown both old and young She joined the Methodist church in 1898 of which she was a true membe- for one so young Her beautiful life younfriendsfone they loved so well But lets not weep as if she were forever gone Our loss now shall be our gain some day After the funeral services were conducted by Brother Vaughn th casket was borne from the church with six of her girl friends as pallbearers and taken to the Pieters cemetery where Mary was laid to rest to await resurrection morning Twas not in cruelty nor in wrath The reaper came that day Twas an angel visited the green earth And took the flower away Frank Palmer of Maysville was drowned in the Ohio river four miles above his home while bathing i ANOTHER SUIcl r Mrs Thomas L9wber Takes Her Life l III Health Caused Mind to Become Unbalanced AGED HUSBAND CRITICALLY III Mrs Thomas Lowber who resides with her husband near Pulliam in the northern section of the county committed suicide by hanging herself Nrlv day afternoon The rash deed was committed in an upstairs room of her home No one was present at the time The husband was in the orchard near by and when he returned an I did n6t find his wife in any of theTower rooms he went upstairs and was horrified to find her hanging to a rafter dead The deceased had been in ill health for several months and it is thought that the condition of her health unbalanced her mind and while in a melancholy state she took her fife Mrs Lowber had been acting strangely for two or three years but it was not thought that her mind was impaired to such an extent as to necessitate a close watch over her For about two years she lad insisted upon leaving a number of strong twine cords tied to the rafters of an upstairs room and it was to one of these that the unfortunate woman hanged herself Mrs Lowber was a highly respected woman and her tragic death is mourned by a large number of people She had reared a family of children all of whom are married and reside in this county She was about seventyfive years of ageMr and Mrs Lowber had recently celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of their wedding and were highly respected in the community Her husband is prostrated with grief and is not expected to livelong Painfully Hurt Little VanArsdaleNoe met with quite a serious accident last Friday afternoon while at play with a number of other children in a swing VanArsdale lost his grip upon the rope and fell throwing the other little fellows out all of them falling upon VanArsdaJe His nose and mouth were considably bruised and at first it was feared that he might have sustained an internal injury However he is now about welL though he looks verymuch lake a pugilist who win Robbers made a haul from the residence of the Mayor of Chicago Helped Himself to at Horse Lebanon Enterprise George Lewis colored about fourteen years of age was arrested Wednesday by Sheriff John Burton on a warrant issued fby Judge John R Thomas charging him with horse stealing He is said to have taken a horse that was hitched on Main street and after driving it to Springfield returned it to where he had got ton it His trial is set for tomorrow The little negro has been in charge of Jailer Catlett here since Monday When questioned by a representative of The Sun he said that a white man told him andothey would pay him and that the horse came into his possession in this way pPublic tr12gAt my farm three miles from Fred Sprmgfieldsale to the highest bidder the follow ofeyoung cattle two nice mare colts some SphousehoJdTERMS All sums under 5 cash On all sums over that amount a credit of six months will be given with good security bearing interest FARM FOR EAtthe same tim and place I will offer my farm of 13i iacres for sale of stock watt Gooddwellingreasonable terms arty if 1M sale i made farm will be rentedti41 L r7ja a 4 2 1I 11 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 H I THE POINT ISTHISt LL r rZ t CJ7 1 t ri W T LEACHAUNS is the only Exclusive GETSFURNISHING HOUSE in town He keeps an e on but one market Gents furnishings tTerefore he is better prepared to Furnish you WHAT YOU WANT V Across The Bar Lura Kelsey deadening Across the bar I see my ships go out Dear phantom ships tossed by the waves of doubt I seeyour sails kissed by the wind sun andt The harbor lies beyond when li done pder phantom ships I too have crossed the sea Afid fathomed much that life calls mys The rockbound Coast the line twixt skyPerspective visions of the eye That end not where the sea and cioud land meet These windtossed ships know nothing of defeat They skim foam the tide alive to depth and Te phantom ships I watch go out alon- eAjossthe bar the harbor lies outthere- A rockbound shore perhaps a land sp fair That we wej h anchor fold our hands andwalt hy should we war with aught so kind as fate The dreaded cattle plague khowizas clack leg has broken out at Bro k fieid Mass lIcounty Pick state re for a younger broker Jack Pickard The attei was a great suffer r from rheu atism and the older brother took him x Hot Springs where he underwent whenIIboarded the train thinking the other was with him That was on May 9 sand since that day lie has never laid eyes on him Gordon has devoted his TwoIing for a farmer at Faulconer Station and hg came to this county to find that Jack had left the Faulconer neighbor arrivedIt descriptionlf Cincinnati Hospital He telegraphed there Monday and found that it was not his brother Any information con cerning Jack Gordon will be thankfully received Addjress Gordon Pickard Lexington Ky 1 YOUR WINTER Hc OA-1j L I if ouriorder You know we ha 1dleth e best goods McClure Wells- The Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons beenfoundevery experienced farmer arid wago r We handle the Ohio Feet Cutters the best in the world Ifyou need fencing buy that which has been proven thebest The Page and Elwopd Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine It keeps arunnin finThisgasolines Most of them often refuse to budge and thatJ00j at a time when budging is very necessary Buy the Hagap and you will save Worry and Wickedness McClure Wells Springfield Ky S- el e 2 r r DOUBLE TRAGEDY At Harrodsburg On Last Thursday Evening Hon Sam C Black County Shot to Death AN OFFICER IS WOUNDED Harrodsburg Ky August 10rodsburg tonight was t rown into a frenzy of excitement by one of the most sensational shooting affrays ever known here Almost in the twinkling of an eye the Hon Sam C Black this countys Representative m the Legisla ture was killed Walter St itts was mortally wounded and Policeman Wil liam Britton was seriously shot Police man William ritton and Luther Herron attempted to arrest Walter Stotts who was under the influence of liquor There had been bad feeling between Britton and Stotts and both attempted to draw their pistols Herron separated them but Stotts broke away from his grasp rim back to where Britton was and fired whereupon Britton began shoot ingMr Bl ck had appeared upon the scene during tHe strugjgle and is said to have joined in the shooting jas did also Officer Herron Stotts fell with a bullet through his abdomen and Black fell at the edge of the pavement with two bullets in his head and body Her ron alone escaped unhurt When the shots ceased Black was dead and Stotts died in a few hours Britton ran across tHe street and fell on the pavement Stotts was taken into his saloon and later removed to his home where he was operated upon by physicians but- died about 11 oclock The CourierJournal correspondent an hour after the shooting found Officer Luther Herron under arrest andin charge of Chief of Police Smith He seemed to be the only person who really knew what had happened and after some hesitation gave this account of the tragedy t I came up to Colemans stable and Brittoh was sitting in a chair leaning against the wall inside of the Stable entrance There was nothing unusual and he asked me to sit down and rest We were talking casually when a young man whoit J relative of Stotts and lives at Nis fijlasville came by ble door Stotts came out of thestaI loon and walked alter him to door Then he said to the young man You say spme of these policemen threatened to arrest you Yes they did the young fellow answered Well Id like to see some of these policemen try to arrest you exclaimed Stotts iAt that Britton said to me Lets arrest this man for swearing on the street At the same time he sprang from his chair and Stotts sprang toward him arid they grabbed each other both seemingly attempting to get out their pistols I grabbed StottB and pulled him away frorii Britton commanding them to quit anjd telling Britton tov not jhe so quick hold to Stoats right wrist and as we struggled pulled Il11einat the inside door of the livery stable office In the office we strug sled he trying to break my grasp on his wrist We fell over a table and his wrist slipped from my grasp seeming to be wet and so slick that I could not hold on He ran out the door of the officeonto the pavement pulled his pistol ran into the door of the stable and began shooting StottsfwaA standing at Brittons left when hpred and I do not think that he was threuntiI he shut Britton their begun shooting Sam Black wis on the pavement at the stable door I do not know where he came froip but he joined in and weall were Sh oting That is nil Ican tell yjou now Chief Smiths atutemont tisas fol lo7hadIJustleft Billy Britton at the livery stable not live minutes before and we were congratulating ourselves on1 hovr nicely we w re getting along with th prowds and the toughs in town I and Officer Jeff ritton had been looking for a fellow who had stolen a valise injd I had set Britton to the SllOtslwas all oyer when Lgot there 111tJl ugh I was i ojt two hundred yards away When t 10 dead and wounded were cared for I arrested Herron There are the pistols of Britton and Herron Britti ns pistol is a blue thirtyeight caliber Ikjlts and five of the six cartridges iad been fired Herrons revolver thirtyweightcaliber longbarreled Smith Wesson Three shots had been fired From the statement of the officers and others who are inside of the facts jthe origin of the bitter feeling between jBritton and Scott can be stated as fol lows Stotts had beed quite active for several months in procuring informers w Theyre Coming trI Probably not quite so fast as the above would indicate but theyre Coming Just The Same nn COMING TO THE FAIR M 1 August 23456r First Dayi Ladies Day4tadies Free Harness Rings In Afternoon Second Day School Childrens DaySchool Children Free Afternoon Special Combined Ring Stallion Mare or Gelding 7 00I and pushing the series of prosecutions against Officer Brittons brother Sam Britton for illegal sales of whisky These prosecutionsresu1ted in heavy fines and finally broke up Sam Brit tons business William Britton felt sore over these matters and the hu milliation they brought to him Iri tum lie made a strenuous effort to Stotts on charges of illegal ndIwfiteky and gambling Chief Britten made it warm for Stotts and frequently had him in court Stotts feltpthat Britton was hounding and charged that other whisky IimI and gamblers were left alone was harassed So the feeling grew toi one of intense hatred Bgth were known to beudead game and serious trouble between themhad been antici pated Sam Black was an associate and warm friend of Stotts Only night before last Officer Herron says Black approached him and saying that he liked Herron and did not want to see him hurt warned Herron not to take part in any trouble that might arise between Stotts and Britton lIe added tolhurtCoroner Gibson who took charge of- Blacks body says he t jok Blacks pis tol from his pocket an not a shot had boon fired from it 1 vo shots struck Black one entering a the chin and ranging through at tlI base of the brain and the other st iking in the pit of the stomach and pas ihg through his body He was killed ir stantly Black had passed out of tlv New Era restaurant across the sire it from the sta ble onlja minute or two before the shooting He was tellin a funny story and went out laughing The Hon Sam C Bloc was one of the bestknown men in Mercer county and was well known throughout Kentucky He represented Mercer county in the lower House of the lust Legislature and wits the father of several important bills introduced He vyas genial and clever loyal and true ItS steel to his friends t1la man who did not know fear He cut quit a figure in the Legislature when Gov Bradley culled out the troops to take charge of the 15tite House und was noted for his coolness and fearlessness Last fall he mode the race againsT Jack Chinn in Mercer for the Djnosratie nominationI for Senator but was d feah been teaching school a part of the time since his defeat He was out at the fair today in jovial mood and declared hewas out of politics save to help his friends He is about thirty five years of age and unmarried Walter Stotts was a saloonkeeper a member of the firm okBoyce Stojtts He was about thirty years of age land had a wife and two children He had figured considerably in the courts When drinking he was considered a dangerous man William Britton was about thirty years of age and had a wife and two children He had been night man on the police force for several years and had done some good work A man of few wordS he was deemed efficient as an officer and loyal to his friends j He- = r Third Day Special Roadster Ring By Bunningham Duncan 7500 Combined Ring By Robertson Bros 5000fAfternoon Baby Show 20 Fourth Day Double Team Ring BYGrund y SMcIntire knooRing 125 was at the fair Wednesday with his wife and children Only last week he didsome shooting but the matter was hushed up as an ugly scandal A few weeks ago his brother killed a man in Illinois + POIiC1forcea good record as an officer He is a quiet man about thirtyeight years of age and of unquestioned courage He a halfbrother of Votaws of Mercerrlis is a man of family He seemed to be greatly depressed by the tragedy and said It is awful I would not have had it happen for any thmg in the mornIan prayer to Iiduty IYoung Prisoner Marion Falcon Joseph Abell the thisi waIJinmalicious wounding having struck a little Turner boy on the head with a rock He wags held over to answer to the grand jury under a bond of 5Op which he gave From the evidence it appeared that he had beenin thethabit ocI t neighborhoodtboys here to engage in the dangerous practice of throwing rocks and this should be a lesson to those boys r even though their parents allow them to have their own way in such matters i HL Notice s T- oWOMEN t t I j t I have a lot of PICKLING VINEGAR at 40c a galled GUARANTEED TO KEEP ANYTHINfiL t Underwood Hams and Breakfast Bacon I 1 ittJ f T Irvine McEIroy 111t + Z IZI iiuii 0 1IZUZIIZit Z Z Zi IXIi II t Springfield Roller Mills ilt I- r I Pride of Washington l t Springfields Choice L Solid Com fortrtThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers WJ T + + Et I Springfield Roller Mills t + THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 tA Collars and cuffs attached Just you need for the fair Variety of DEEP CREEK Left From Last Week Mr and Mrs J H C Elliott spent Sunday Afternoon with Mr and Mrs LawsonA many people of this vicinity attended the camp meeting at Aliceton Sunday Brother H P Hatchett of Antioch could not fill his appointment at Beech Grove Saturday and Sunday being en gaged in the protracted meeting at Rock Bridge Mrs Ida Elliott visited her mother Mrs Frances Arnold Saturday Mr A Young and sons are building dwelling house for Mrs Frances Arnold daughterl1iattieCarolina Christerson of near Stewart WednesdayMiss Cocanougher of Long Run was the pleasant guest of Miss Tishie Carpenter Sunday Mr Bennie Carpenter is on the sick list this week A wasp stung MrsVB Carpenter on finger Sunday night causing her much pain Mr Marcus Cocanougher attended the singing fit the home of Mr George Cocanougher Sunday A good rain fell here Sunday night i t 2E jCLOTHING nn =c A 1O Days Sale Great BargainsEv- ery article of clothing in the house has received a 25 per cent cutIWe room for very heavy fall purchases hence the slaughter House Full of Other Bargains 00 Negligee Shirts whatI I i t f I j 1 pW71ltii J a a u and Mondat Mr Adam Elliott of Boyle county visited his brother Mr JH C El liott Monday The tobacco crop here is an good con dition in spite of the fact that it was set late in the seaSon Death of Mrs Ada Esterle Kentucky Standard After a long illness with rheumatism and stomach trouble Mrs Ada Esterle aged about fiftysix years passed away at her home in Bardstown last Sunday night ChrisItianwide circle of friends She was the widow of the late A J Esterle Esq a wellknown jeweler who died four years ago and had been a resident of twentyfivetyears ters Miss Hattie Esterle of this place and Mrs C F Bellican of Mississippi Although a faithful member of the Christian church at her request shortly before her death the funeral took place Tuesday morning at the Methodist church services being conducted by BaptistIchurch be declared have been presented in writing to the Russian Envoys AT Haydons Drug Store Below you will find the cost and exchange price of the books of the State adoption x V Retail Exchange 7 Price Price The Modern Pronouncing Speller Ji 1 Q12 00Q Electic Pnmer U lO 05McGuffeys m rrMcGuffeys New First Reader irV + MS 06 McGuffe s New Second Reader rO 10 McGuffeys New Third Reader 4 vf 13 McGuffeys New Fourth Reader i il5 17 McGuffeys New Fifth Reader i i J5 22 Rays Modern Primary Arithmetic S i4 i pS Rays Modern Intellectual Arithmetic r slrQ tIURays Modern Elementary Arithmetic u 2s Rays Modern Practical Arithmelicir i 540 Natural Primary Geo j gy ftl0uTNatural 4 SO 40 Longs New Language Exercises Part L itp i Sil2 Longs New Language Exercises Part II r s 17 08 Longs New Language Exercises Part III 4s 25 12 Harveys New Language Lessons ii 12 Harveys New English Grammar for Schools 5ff40 20 Maxwell Smiths Writing in English 32 NewCentury Elementary Physiology 55 27 New Century Physiology S30 15 History of U S t L 20 Electric History of U S m 35 Kinkeads History of Kentucky 5 32 Petennans Civil Government 45 22 Rational Writing Books 54c per doz or 5c each CASHDo not ask credit for school books you will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL BE CHARGED 1 C J Haydon 1 I must have CoshNice GRUND MclNTIRE School Books Commissioners Sale KentuckyA EquityThosBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at May term 1905 in the abovestyledcause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY AUGUST 28 1905 thereaboutbeingCountyCourt best bidder at public auction a credit of six twelve and eighteen months the following described prop erty towit A tract of land situated in Vashing ton County Ky and bounded as fol lows Beginning at a stone at a beech stump corner to Shewmaker near a branch thence up the branch and part of the way with an old stone fence usI follows N 17k E12 poles N 8 18 poles N28 E 10 poles N 23k1 E Ntpoles E 12 poles N 29J E 38 poles N14 E 16 poles N 1J W 16 poles N9 E lineIa at a KeelIbranch thence down said branch N Rik W 10 poles thence N 72W 8 poles to a stone on a larger branch thence down said branch S 33W 3 poles to the westend of an old bridge stoneI VII9 a stone thence S 27 W 45 23 poles to a black walnut corner also to 20I acre tract and Mrs Potts tract w1- branch thence down branch S 38 SIf0poleslOja stone in said tract in Coul ters j thence with his line S 87 E 139 poles to the beginning containing 1201 acres For the purchase price the purchaser or urch ers ivith bearinglegalpaidand having the force and effect a gment Bidders will be pre pared to comply with these terms M G fEACHMAN M C W C C CARDWELL iO- n Sunday Dr patterson was summoned to the bedside of Mrs S H Gardner who is very sick with stomach trouble Miss Lulie Trent of Antioch is visiting at Mr S H Gardners fora few dayspMr Bud Young and family visited at W H Lays Sunday Your correspondent with several others from this place attended the fair at Harrodsburg last week R A Willham sold five new buggies last week Mr and Mrs W L Graham and Mr and Mrs R A Willham went Sunday afternoon at E T Perkins John and L E Perkins of Battle attended Church at Freedom Saturday RA Willham ran a hack at Har rodsburg during the fair- E T Perkins was in Springfield Monday on business VL Graham leas bought a fancy runabout from R A Willham Stock Sales J A Kyler to A L Graham three yearold mare 65 Perkins Brown sold two sheep at sa each W L Gra ham sold eightyeight head of sheep this week to different parties Price MICeifinehorseifor 300 Commissioners Sale MONDAY AUGUST 28 1905 KentuckyDan EquityChasBy virtue of a judgmentand order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 tin the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to for sale at the Courthouse door in jSpringfield Kon the 28th day of August 1905 at 2 oclock p m or daytoauction upon a credit ot six and twelve months following described prop erty towit A certain house and lots in the town KyandyMainby an alley of said town and on feast by the property of Thompson propertyfrontingextending back northerly between parallel lines parallel with Main Cross beinglotstown recorded in the office of the Clerk of Washington County Said property will first be offered in four lots then in three lots then in two lots and then as a whole and will be sold in a manner so moneyForor purchasers with approved security bearinglpaid and having the force and effect of preparedIn11 G LECHMArcM C W C C Commissioners Notice AH persons having claims against the- ostateof Dr D O Polin deceased are notified to present same properlyproven before me by September 1st Iwilbelmto receive claimsM LEACHMAN Master Commissioner Death In Nelson Kentucky Standard Mr W n Greer died at his late residence near Maud Tuesday ni htHc was apparently in better health than usual within less than a week before his decease when he took pneumonia and sinking rapidly passed away almost before his friends and relatives realized his serious condition Chamberlains COLIC CHOLERA AND Diarrhea Remedy t A few doses of this remedy will invariably cure an ordinary at tack It ofdilllrbeaI IItattacks of cramp colio and ChOlIera morbua It isequallY8uccessful summer diarrhea and infantnm in children and is the means of saving the lives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every mun o a should keep this remedy in his home Buy it now It may save life PRICE 25c LARGE SizEt 50c For salt by CJ Haydom Springfield D fhe Meaning OF A t Billion s t fLou isville Herald One billion Think of handing over 1000000000 to the man whos trashing you so that he will stop It is intimated that Japan will de mand that much indemnity from RussiaIn money it is about 2000 000000 roubles In Japa ese money it is about 2000000000 yen Put yourself in Russias place and search yourself forthe price of peace No doubt you will decide to pay it on the installment plan or if you are up to the devilmaycare finance of an ordinary American municipality you will lettingipay But suppose you decided to tackle the 1000Itake you 1000000 years to pay it to say nothing of the interest and youd have to go without eating besides iNow the Standard Oil Company would be better prepared to meet such an emergency With its net earnings it could wipe out that bill for a billion in twenty years If it met a bad year or two John D Rockefeller could help it out from his private purse If Russia accepts the indemnity now suggested she will be paying 1333J for each person speaking the Russian tongue The indemnity will be equal to Russias estimated stock of gold and proIduThe sum that the Japs will get if they do will be equal to 2 a head for every white inhabitant of the earth It is a little short of the total coinage of the United States ince they began to turn out money It is three times the worlds annual production of gold It will amount to about 75 for every member of the yellow race on earth Marion Items triedfthereMcKune at Chicago Sunday night because his wife had taken refuge there after a quarrel with them The tramp who waS arrestednear the home of Col J B Wathen a few weeks ago was tried in the County court here Tuesday for lunacy was RealtyBargainsr ISo acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of Harrodsburg 77 196 acres fine property Washington Otland fine at 65412 acres Me landIrI Harrodsbu on Lexington pike S75 100 acres nice farm near Harrodsburg- Ion pike ct 611166 acres Mercer good land near Railroad Station at42171 acres nice farm irhprov lat Bardstown Junction 400- 01Stott property Washington county 2 houses store shop 1600 Stock good about 1500 Exchange for a farm Store property and residence at Bondville Mercer county onlystore fine trading 2500 And many otherproperties Write me if you wish to uv or sell W T EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodaburgj Ky IEA T st 1i20 for every j fIt are mile on the earths surface The receipts of the Louisiana Pur about1Q0o4oIt t indemnity Even the Czar wealthy as he is would have a hard time to pay 1000 000000 His Personal income is said to be 12000OjJoa year It would take him of his life and all of the Czarevitchs to get a receipt inj noIAs another instance of the magnitude of the proposed indemnity take the theIwould require nearly twice their total assets It would take about two Jr three times the value of all the coal jitimes the dividends paid annually oS alto American railroads or take your choice of these Onethird of all thetpensions paid suite 1861 nearly ten times the surplus of alt the railroads A billion is about half the amount ef the money in circulation in the United States It is equal to the annual rev nue of Russia It is almost as ranch theIas oneeighthof the resources of the more than 9500 banks of the United States The aggregate of cash in the United States treasury is only about onetnirtt countrysIJapan gets her billion she wilt lie 1IfOregon to buy about 340 battleships eke r teocfbe learned of his history He was either unable or unwilling to evengive his name SEE Ra A a Nalley THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING Buildinga Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Ken tubPhone IS We carry in stock a full line of Bdial Robes and Caskets i Ye are Fully Equipped- It will be our eanjest endeavor to show the peop e every kidness QQQQao QoOQQ a You will probably MEET many People at the Fair but I want toT T MEATiYOU FOR THE FAIR Beef Steak Beef Roast Soup Bones Pork Chops and Roasts Lamb and Mutton Veal Coun try Ham and Bacon Dont get confused one is MEET the oth- erMEAT M 1 E A f G F CARPENTER J t 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1985 t Remember That I Friday and utat wjiich 300 Pieces were sold We are going to conduct another one Friday and Saturday A great many customers hate called to buy these goods since the sale of July 28 29 but the prices had gone up For example one of those loinch oblqng vegetable Wishes which was sold for IOG during this sale has since been selling for over twice that amount Next Friday and Saturday you may buy it for I Oc This Will Be The Last Opportunity Ladies living in the country should make a special trip to town to buy these goods Ws have a great many of each piece but they sell rapidl ARE THE PRICES 8inch Salad Bowlsworth 20c each lOc 8l inch oblong Vegetable Dishes worth 25c lOc 10in oblong Vegetable Dishes worth 30c lOc Tin round Vegetable Bowlsworth 25c lOc 8in round Vegetable Bowls w orthBOc10c1- 2in Meat Dishes worth 25c lOc HAGAN BROS SPRINGFIELD Wednesday August 16 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered t the postoffice at Springfield Ky fbr transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 Six MonthsnThree Months n tintwriting to have your address hanged the postoffice to which your jwper egofPgaswell as the postoffice to whic you it f DEMOCRATIC TICKET JCDOE B L Liteey Coe a3rroexerT S ilayei 4 CLEBK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHERIFF BntfERisTEXDEXT or J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett AESESSORT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy CoaonRJL Mon romer While there is a great deal of speculation on the part of poli ticians and newspapers through ouTthe State as to the probable candidacy of the Hon C C Mc Chord for Governor there is no speculation asto what he is actually doing in regard to the discharge of his duties as Chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission His fidelity to the duties of this office and the many thousands of dollars being saved to the ship pers of Kentucky by the lowering of extortionate freight rates will be appreciated by the people of the State at the proper time and while he has not yet announced his candidacy for any office and while neither politics nor the so called factional fights seem to be bothering him and in which he ees to be taking no handwe believe that when he does become a candidate the people of Ken tucky will show their appreciation by electing him to any office to whii he may aspire Amendment against the loafer is spreading in Kentucky and the Individual who has no visible means of support is being classed grind juries are going after him with a sharp Stick this fallandthe rock piles need a crushing t Dish Sale We Conducted Saturday nextf HERE a1hiefuThe 13in Meat Dishes worth 30d 1quart Pitchers worth 20cj lOc 2quart Pitchers worth 25ct lOctCups and Saucers worth 75cset 6Qc Dinner Plates worth 75c set 60c Soup Bowls worth 75c set 60c j Nt SUBSCRIPTION lOcI These Swiss colonies the peo ple are organizing In various sec tions of the State nay solve the scarcity of labor question but what are we thethundreds of laborers JJ who wont labor The illustrated supplement of the Hariedsburg Herald issued last week is one of the prettiest we have ever seen s WORK OR STARVE WHICH Kentucky Gazette It is bad every summer but the general opinion seems to be that it was never as bad as this that is the difficulty of getting outdoor and indoor workers either was indigInationpork A prominent and philan tropic farmer s that he speaks lforablebodied men andwomen who refuse work in summer will be allowed to starve next winter We say this continually but when told weather comes out comes with it Ijhe purse and the brim ming dish for those who have brought themselves to destitution with their eyes open The fact is that the idle and irresponsible class bot i white and coloredrest in the belief that the charity of the public will step in and save them from starvation IfSve would unite and make publicaQ1 nountem nt that no one will bel given or loaned money food fuell or clothes who will not accept work this mnmer and then a record of every such makeI refusal the result might be a good many idlers to work Could not a register be kept of those who refuse work having no visible means of support every employer taking on himself the duty of reporting the nanies of those to whom he has applied That is the remedy of the country gentleman quoted above He has applied to one hundred wo men who are apparently without source of income yet has no been able to get a cook for his family of two elderly persons in a comfortable home Another farmer in the neighborhood has let his oats another crops rot oh the ground for l ckofmen People who have no income must beg or steal if they will not work andit is evident that there are hundreds of men and women in and around Lexington who will be beggars or thieves before next spring If employers would organize and keep a register of them which anyone could consult at anytime these vagrants would soon learn that their choice lies between starvation the jailor workhouse and honest labor PREDERICKSTOWN It has been quite awhile since I read any news from our quiet and peaceful little town but I imagine the only rea son for this silence is because every body is busy rejoicing over their fine cropsEverybody in our community is en joying good health This gave Dr John Shaunty an opportunity to visit in Danville The Doctor stayed a wee with his charming wife at her fathers beautiful home We j are glad to se them back againm our midst A Louisville paper says that Father Pieters asj in Pewee Valley lately toj visit his choolmatTRev F Boes Miss Montgomery from Hunter Depot is visiting Mrs Sallie Hamilton and her daughter leis Mary Mrs Hamilton has returned from TheIhealth somewhat shattered before has improved a great deal 1Doctor Hamilton too time togo to with some friends las week Our public school under the manage Rosigreater number of children areattend entIseem perfectly delighted with thei good teacher Indeed the trustees ought to be congratulated for the grea HereIrow we two an they are both up to date have much WelldeserVedlpOpU was one t contcqtIevery success and hope to keep them a long time aboutIbecame sick All her life she has been a very strong working woman She stays with her niece Mrs F F Mudd and the doctors saythere is very little hope for herrecovcry- Blincoe jn the neighborhood of an- ton a prosperous little town near the Nelson county line is going to be con telephonete longbeforewill nave his box put in There is a good deal of trading between Freder telephondwe are not mistaken there isa little church there owned by Catholics and attended once in a while from Freder ickstown Last Friday at 10 oclock Father Pie ters pastor of the burg conducted the sad funeral of Miss Bessie Auberry the oldest daughter of Mr Ralph Au berry of the Botland neighborhood The girl only fifteen years of age was on a visit to her sister Mr Faulkner only a few yards from her home and whilst there a loaded pistol laying care lessly aroond fell on the floor and being butisalas they came too late She had died ten or fifteen minutes after the shot Mr Auberry certainly is tried hard fort is only a month since he lost his de voted wife All the cares of the mother had been laid on the shoulders of his oldest daughter but even that consola tion is taken away from him All the neighbors deeply sympathize with him- for Mr Auberry is a good Christian father and hiusband and a good citizen May God sustain him and give him the courage he needs in his great misfortunes Some of our neighbors are regular attandants at the protracted meeting so successfully given at Mill Creek church We failed to learn the name of the learned and eloquent divine Mrs J A Cecil and Miss Mary Hamilton have left for a few days on business They went to Louisville Our neighbor Mr Hines from Croakesville is improving very rapidly Many of the Frederickstown neighbors were seenat the Chicago picnic timeI the pleasant guest of Miss Florance Hamilton for the last mouth hay returned to Lebanon With best wishes to you and your readers I am PATE TALK MT ZION At present there seems to be an unusual number on the sick list Mrs Ollie Hays who has been quite sick for some time was removed to St Anthonys Hospital Louisville last Sunday and an operation performed We are glad to say she is now doing nicely Mr Hiner Neale returned from Har rodsburg Saturday where he had been attending the fair Mr Everett Parish is no better at present Mr George Tewmey of Lexington spent several days last week with the family of Mr H B Bonta Miss Annie Muir of Bardstown is visiting Mrs Ella Taylor Mrs John Weakley rof Nelson county visited relatives here Sunday Misses Eleanor and Mattie Hays and mother of Bardstown attendedchurch here Sunday and spent the day at the home of Mr J B Hays Mrs George Russell is visiting her nearkeSchool is not in session this week and our teacher Miss Nora Bonta is attending the Teachers Institute at Springfield =Death of Mrs Hall Mrs Mary Ellen Hall daughter of Mr and Mrs Bailey Pinkston died at the home of her parents Monday even ing August 7 Deceased lived in Louis ville and was visiting her parents at the time she was taken seriously ill of spinal meningitis from which she died Everything was done to relieve her in tense suffering that lovedones could andtcalled her gently away Monday even ing as the sun cast its farewell rays of light across hill and vale Being only uddingLseems that death in its choice of her loves to claim the tender young flowers to bind grainrIi her to where she amidstwirIdly trouble and sorrow She leaves andone a o 0 deathIlllRYones man in extending sympathy to the bereaved ones THE BIG STORE A Word To f Well People tHt THE BIG STORE THE BIG J I STR BROTHERS High Art Clothes Are the Best1 I 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 Jong wear We have len a Few Extreme Nice Things In TwoPiece Suits Ihr Serges and Crash Strictly UptoDate Styles New Stock of t Mens ShirtsCollars Neckwear Underwear Ho jsiery Gloves Handkerchiefs Sus penSers t tc PRICES RIGHT We handle the most com plete stock of mens furn ishings in Central Kentucky STORE Sole Agents For the Gre- atWALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN PRIC- ESS3150 and S4 r All the Newest Shapes In any Kind of Lealiher tone of our Special Stiffi Hats in the New Block Price 300 c Any size These Hats reEspecially tor us and are guaran teed to wear IfIf you desire a suit made to your measure we would like to have order which will receive the most careful attention 1 e guarantee to fit and please you Robertson Brothers w t 41111 We have many things to sell besides quinine and aL such bitter things Dont think w ear e most happy When you are sick Ui course i you must be sick we should like fIs ell you your medicines and fIll your prescriptions but we have a thousand and one things that you need besides medicines Come in and seewhatwe have for the com fortand convenience of thewell I Red Drug I It 1 SMOCK Ie StoreI I ft g THE FAIR AUGUST 23 24 25 26 tt THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 5 lr iPlFJ J b = 0 = Jffillf P ABSOLUTE FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF eI1i1 T UMM R GOODS 1 For I 30 Days I Wash Goods 50c Mercerized Effects 30c 20c Wash Taffetas 12c 40c Embroidered Tissues i 25c loc Batiste lOc 20c organdies u rL c 20c Mona Silks 12c 20c Embroidered Voils 121c 15c Voils lOc I One Lot tens 100 Shirts at I 35c- F Iu Furnishing Goods 4 Ladies Summer Vests5c Sc1Oc and 15C Ladies Pants loc 20 and 25c Ladies Muslin Skirts 50c 75c SI and up Ladies Gowns 75c 1 5125 and up Ladies Black and Tan Dropped Stitch Hose lOc lor and 25c i sell in our Wall at Half Dont miss this Wall We are great Carpets Shades and Lace Curtains We to CASH We want Cash make Give us 71 f tl l Q t l = Local Notes I J Stick blueing at John C Shaders HAMS WAATEDF T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of country hams If you have anything out of repair dont forget GB Taylor QPposite The Sun office The patrons of school district No 53 prosIpeetstrict John Polin who is as a cempetent teacher has been em played to teach the school They have a neat little house comfortably furnished Old Honesty the best coffee on earth at John C Shaders PHOTOGRAPHS All 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 for a while Picture frames and glasses at great r bargains EA Cox HAMS WANTED F T Cox Co Springfield want to buy a lot of coun try hams Three sheets of fly paper for five cents at John C Shaders Pint quart and fruit jars rubbers and extra tops at John C Shaders SAWINGWANTEDI am iip with sawing and if anyone wants sawing done I can comic at once WriteS D Royalty R F Dt No 1 Willisburg Ky have on hand a number of nice skirts which I will sell below cost on next Friday end Saturday Mrs Kate Williams HATSReadytowears for the fair and fall wear just in Mrs Kate Williams Hon Clay T Elkins brotherinlaw of Mrs W F Trusty of this place died at Lexington very suddenly yes terday afternoon He was postmaster of Lexington and was one of the premh Grassmettropo Dr T D returned from Pisgah near Somerset where he conducted a successful series of meet ings There were eight additions to r an order to make a cleanup of Summer Goods and make rooM for Fall and Winter goods which we are now receiving for the next 30 days we will make prices regardless of cost Ingrains offering Window special buyers pb trial before tJJ News recognized toGreensburg halfgallon the churchseven uniting with the Presbyterians and one with the Baptists The citizens of the town and surrounding country will remember that the distinguishedevangelist Rev Na than Bachman D D of Tennessee will begin a protracted meeting inthe Presbyterian church on the first Sab bath in September All are cordially invited to attend these meetings Everything new in Music 25 cents EM Russell Rev Williams will return this week and will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning and evening The ladies of New Hope churchnear Booker Ky will serve ices and c in the church yard from 5 to Ocl keI p on August 19 Everybody vited Proceeds to be used in repair mgc hurc hIEverybody is singing Under the Shade of the Old Apple Tree You want it too E M Russell J B Robertson has inaugurated a reduction sale on buggies acid harness It will continue fourteen days Read his advertisement in this iSsue Another Friday and Saturday dish sale at Hagan Bros Read the adver tisement JellO Ice Cream Powders at John C Shaders The Nelson County Fair at Bards town August 30 and 31 and September 1 and 2 will be better than usual Larger premiums large crowds and attractions Go and enjoy yourself The Springfield baseball club which went to Feankfort last TYmrsdato play the club in that city were prevented by the hard rains and Friday On lastSaturday they went to Mt Sterling and three games in that city which resulted as follows On Saturday to 0 in favor of Ster ling on Monday 16 to 13 in favor of Springfield and Tuesday 6 to 3 in favor of Springfield Little Boy Called Japs is great Try itE M Russell YAlarga sow came to my firm about five weeks ago Owner can have her by paying for this notice aid her keep S T LOGSDON Subscribe ar- bThlSun LOO year We Have Too Much Summer Clothing And Offer = qoaoQaaoaaoaaQ I Notes f 6o Visitors rand Out of TownA I RoundUp of the Weeks a Personal News a- oaaicttisQttoctGoQ oOs00F- rank Medley is confined at the home of his father herewith an attack of typhoid fever Thos Haydon the little son of Mr C J Haydon is ill of typhoid fever Mr Taylor Masters of near town is quite ill typhoid fever Dr and Mrs Green of Louisville are the guests at Mr Sidney Greens home W D McElroy was in Louisville the first of the week Dr J HiLampton was in Lebanon last week Mrs J ft Pettus and Miss Katie Hertlein werQfin Lebanon Sunday Messrs yilll Russell and Neal Bob lltt were in Bardstown Sunday Huston Wakefield and sister Miss Roxie lof Maud were here Monl day +Miss Margaret Durning of Louis villl is the guest of Miss Katherine Cain + Mr and of were Mrs Mu T Bardstown was here last week Miss Catherine Spalding of Leba non and iiiWill Evering Of Louis viBe were the guosts of Miss Bertha Haydon the first of the week R tEdelen and son George were Sunday Mrs William Durrett of Bloomfield is visiting her daughter Mrs Hyatt H Miss who has been the guest Miss Mary Lewis has returned home Mr Perry Marks was in Greens burg the first of the week t Dr Mclntire of Prederickstown was here Mrs E Carl Litsey and little daughter Sarah of Lebanon have returned hom Editor C C Howard of the LaRue County Herald spent Sunday here with Mrand Mrs Rogers Gore He l 1750 and 18 Suits 1250 1650 Suits 1L50ij 1500 Suits 10 = accompanied by little Misses Dorothy Hansbrough and Judith Howard who wilFif P end several days here Mrs H P Me Chord spent several days in Lebanon this week tv Father Pieters of Frederickstown is in Springfield this week last week r Dr and Mrs Rob rq1s visited in Harrodsburg last week Mr artd Mrs1 W Reidel and children have returned home after visit to relatives in Taylorsville a1 Master Charles Mayes entertained quite a number of his little friends last Masters Dudley and Downing Robert on spent last week at Tatham Springs Judge I H Thurmun was in Louist ville last week rMr Charley Haydon was it in Har last week Mr J S Yankey is in Missouri tfn business Mr CL Price and daughter Miss day Misses Willy Knott and Florance Edelen have returned home after o tendays stay at Crab Orchard Springs Mr J L Simms has returned to his home in Hopkinsville after ashort Visit to his mother and sister at this place Misses Kate and Annie Mayes have returned home after a visit to Lebanon =Rev T D LI timer and family will leave tomorrow for atrip to Niagq a Falls frMr G E Medley who has been on crutches for several weeks as a result daughter spent Sunday with Mrs Bos wells brother in Mercer county Mr and Mrs J S Claybrooke are in to spend dajjs with Mrs Claybrookes parents Messrs T D Wells and H M Grundy were at Bloomfield Monday Profesor Lawrence of the Chicago University and Profesor Woodof Kenyon College Hodgenville are here the Institute this week Mr Wathen Simms and his brother T For 30 I Wash Goods All 35c 40c and 50c White Gnods 30c 12Jc and loc Zephyr lOc 12c Percales roc All 65c and 75c Wool Dress Goods 48c 54inch Wool Dress Goods jg 46inch Mohairs colored and black 75c t 38inch Mohairs 50c t One Lett Mens 50cand 75c Shirts at 25ch 7 I t 1 Low Shoes Mens S5 Patent Leather Oxfords3JM-en s 4 Russia Oxfords 11300Boys 3 Patent Leather Oxfords 250 Boys 250 Russia xford3198Ladies 350 Patent Oxfords 248 Ladies 250 Russia Oxfords 198 Mens Ladies and Childrens Canvas Oxfords less than cost I Wewill everything Paper Department Price except opportunity on Paper inducements in offer inducements and will l it a buying IRugs Cunningham Duncan Springfield Kj- l 7 21 r l t r SKIRTSI Latimer Monday la 9 m new Thursday played 2 Mt Personal0 O 0 of Mr Mr IMrsJohnMatlingJy Bardstown of Mr of Baldwin of yesterday was daugh1I birthIday rodsburg MII VIing Bardstown ten attending Days Ginghams 50c Wil p who are ill of typhoid fever are reported better Ben F Simms is also somewhat improved Mr Will Ewering and Miss Bertha Hay don Mr Will Hagan and Mrs Katherine Spalding and Hon W D spentILittle Lettie Keen daughter of Mr and Mrs J F Keen is quite ill at her home near town Mrs V 11 Smithof Clay Villiage near Shelbyville has returned home after a visit of two weeks to her daughter Mrs M H Jones Mrs W F Grigsby is in Chaplin visiting relatives llIi s Bessie Rogers of Lebanon spent a few days here this week visit ing her aunt Mrs Fred Hagan and her friend Miss Lucy Selecman Prof R H Humphrey of Auberry visitIIinstitute lr J M Spalding who is studying spendIItie fall DICaybrookewill day where they have been invited to appear before the Committee on Reve nue and Taxation This committee is composed of five State Senators and J was appointed by Lieutenant Govern rThorne at the last session of the Legislature to draft a State revenue and taxation bilL tMr Dinwiddie Lampton who has at Boyle Miss since May 1 in charge of a large stave mill has re turned home After spenUntg about two weeks here with his parents he Willt t a e employed by the Louisville Cooperage Company and though a young man is recognized by that company as one of its most competent employes It Certainly Pays A Texas girl advertised for a hus band and got him The total fob advertising wedding outfit etc was 11 anIlasht toga Springs N Y married a billion acre and shortly afterward got a di vorce him and 15000 a year aliinoy as long as she lives And yet there are people who affect to believe that it does not pay to advertise The Hon John Games formerly of Grant county Ky died at Emporia t Kan J K Walls is ready to collect taxes for School District Na53 Call at his f rm at onceand pay them Muss be paid by August 25 SSiiOiiipiSi S S-OF VALUABLE SPRINGFIELD PROPRTY t Friday Sept lOn the above date at 2 0 clock p m I will offer for sale to tho highest and best bidder at my premises on Grundy avenue my house and lot and two choice building lots This house is new andOne bf the best constructed dwellings in town consisting of six rooms besides a bathroom with hot and cold waterr and one large clothing closet A brand new range and boiler are included in this sale House has two porches large reception hall and is one of the most conveniently arranged houses in town The lots which I will offer for sale adjoin property Terms made known on day of sale FRa HODAPP1 SIS1S4SUS ssiiisr r a i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 161905 r = t A TERRIBLE CRASH 10 Passenger Train and Freight Train Collide antI Many People Are Killed l eastundIPate road collided with a westbound freight train at Kishman 0 near tVennillion resulting in the death of 12 persons while at least 25 others mere injured eight of whom will prob die The wreck according to the cfcllclals of the company was caused Jby a misunderstanding of orders or neglect to obey them on the part of khe crew of the freight menIkiliedriding in the smoking car at the head lOt the train and were mostly foreign laborers in the employ of the Stand aira Oil Co on their way from Fort Seneca 0 to Brookfield 0 In charge xf a foreman Engineer C C Poole iof the passenger train was killed at his post while trying to reach for the Airbrake after seeing the headlight of jthe freight train His fireman Haef saved himself by jumping The high speed of the passenger Jtrain threw its locomotive and first three coaches over on the engfne of Ithe freight train telescoping the rooker and the car following The forward ears of the freight train were splintered by fragments Every One fn the Smoker Injured Of the passengers in the smoker zone escaped injury Fortunately there was no fire but the heavy tim bers of the wrecked cars pinned down many and prevented them from get ting out until assistance arrived As abon as possible after the wreck oc curred doctors were sent on a special train to thescene from Lorain The ilnjured were hurried to Lorain and placed in the hospital there The dead seere conveyed to morgues at Lorain waiting identification and disposition aIImostdozing The sudden jar hurled them ont of their seats into the aisle and t jKentucky State News Items Ii BY CLARENCE H MACKEY A Big Consignment of Horses Will Be Shipped Abroad ii Lexington Ky Aug 10GeorgiI Parsons representing Clarence If JIackey is In Kentucky for the purpose of buying a number of thorough bred horSes tobe used as jumpers He visited the Montrose farm of Maj P P Johnston president of the National Trotting association who is a breeder of all classes of fine horses Mr Par sons proposes to purchase while here for an English customer 20 ahead of foriexportationname he withheld is expected here next week to approve of the purchases Jt is believed by some turfmen that this will be one of the largest consignments of trotting stock sent to one man in England In some years FOR SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Miss Anna Six Nominated and Loses Her Position As Teacher bit Sterling Ky Aug 10Because Hiss Anna Six teacher in the Sher burne Fleming county schools lost her position on account of politics She was nominated for superintendent of schools on the republican ticket and the trustees of the schoolall demo cratsgave Miss Six the privilege of refusing to accept or lose her posi tion She accepted and resigned Much bitterness was engendered over the act of the trustees Miss Six is one of the most popular girls in the county WHY HE WAS KILLED r Shot Because He Refused To Vote As Directed Sergent Ky Aug 10In the upper Harlan voting precinct on the Cumberland river during a local primary election William Farmer aged 39 xhot Henry MIddleton because the lat ter would not vote his way Iarme fed to the hills but is being pursued by officers He is a brother of James Farmer serving a life sentence for the murder of one Lewis in Harlan county three years ago The shooting caused much excitement Middleton r Bill die Will Import Mares Lexington Ky Aug 10 Informa tion has been received here to the effect that Hon Perry Belmont who has been traveling In England has pur chased for Importation to this country a number of thoroughbred brood mares to be bred to the famous race horse Ethelbert Temperance Victory in Harlan Harlan Ky Aug 10 Complete re primaryNyield in this county show Lewis cashier of the First State bank of Harlan was nominated for count judge by a plurality of over 500 Mr Lewis was the temperance and good roads candidate Killed By a Train Paris Ky Aug 10 Raymond Me 1Xee son of W A Mckee of this city ttemnted to board a moving train at p t threw several persons to the roof and sides of the car which seemed all at once to crush In like a paper bag pin ning down each passenger in the posi tion in which he had been caught The passengers in the second car escaped more easily as there the violence of tile Impact was not so great although few got off without bruises sprains or broken bones The two rear cars were sleepers and they stood the shock without suffering Serious harm No passengers in the sleepers were injured Disobeyed Orders The men on the train who escaped injury worked as well as they could without tools to save life and limb and the residents in the sparsely settled vicinity soon arrived to help The sleepers were useu for the accommodation of some of the injured as were several houses near the siding The officials of the Nickel Plate as soon as they learned of the accident or dered every possible assistance to be given and no expense spared in taking care of the injured President Canniff of the Nickel Platestated that from the information in the hands of the officials the freight train crew had orders to go on the siding at Kishman and there await the passage of the passenger train Why this was not done in time to permit the passenger train to go by or a flagman sent out has not yet been learned A rigid investigation is however being made by the railway officialsIt said that the watch of the en gineer of the freight train was slow and that the engineer believed he had eight minutes to get his train on the siding before the passenger train was due The freight train had slacked speed and was about to back in on the siding from the main track when the passenger train came tearing along at the rate of 45 miles an hour and dash ed into it Loo goo tee Indand was thrown Under the wheels One leg and one arm were severed causing death in a few hours The remains were brought here for interment As a Matter of Form Bowling Green Ky Aug 10State Inspector Henry B Hines and his as sistants J Marion Robertson and Sam D Hines left for Covington to inspect the office of the auditors agent at that place There is no intimation or in sinuation of anything wrong in the of lice Kentucky Teachers Meet Middlebuig Ky Aug 10The teachers of Boyle Lincoln and Gar rard counties are holding a joint teachers institute at Junction City this week Over 200 teachers are in attendance Prof R N Roark of Lexington is conducting the meeting Edward C Remme Dies Suddenly Newport Ky Aug 10 Edward C Remme one of Newports most promi nent citizens and fornier cashier of the German National bank died sud denly at his home in West Third street this city His death was altogether unexpected O G Klosse Captured Georgetown KyJ Aug 1OO G Klosse who Wiled J W Ingram Mon day while the latter was digging a ditch over which the quarrel arose was Wednesday afternoon brought back from Bracken county whither he had escaped Head of Spanish Veterans Newport Ky Aug 1OCol W TI Lyons Newport received notification that he had been appointed department commander of the United States Spanish War Veterans whose encampment Is being held In Louisville this week Mrs Sarah Scudder Dead Lexington Ky kug 10rMrs Sa rah Scudder nee Rogera born on the farm of her father the late Clifton Rogers near Lexington Ky March 2 1840 wife of City Treasurerformer Chas Scudden in St Louis Shooting Over Card Game Inez Ky Aug 10Morgan Cury living on Tug river ten miles north ol here was shot and probably mortally wounded by his brotherinlaw Kelley Prince It is said a dispute arose over a game of cards A Warning to Mothers Too much care can not be used with smallchildren during the hot weather of the summer months to guard against onlIbowels Do not use any substitute but give the oldfashioned castor oil and see that it is fresh as rancid oil nause JfIIa a dose of cas- tor oil and the disease may be checked in its incipiency and all danger avoided The castor oil and this remedy should be procured at once and kept ready for instant use as soon as the first indication of any bowel trouble appears This is the most successful treatment known and may be relied upon with implicit confidence even In cases of cholera in Haydondruggu to INCENDIARY FIRE Damage to the Amount of 25OOC at Elmdorf Farm Lexington Ky Aug llFire al Elmdorf the farm of J B Haggin destroyed his large stock barn and three trottingbred horses togethei with considerable provender and farming implements The barn was valued at 10000 ba Ing on of the model barns Haggin has built on various portions of his great breeding farm Henry Robinson a negro employe on the farm was sus pected and after being arrested toy Manager Berryman made a confesion implicating a prominent youngman who had a few days ago been dish charged 25000 as foreman The lossit f BANKS TO BE SUED t They Have Not Paid Their Taxes on the Basis Fixed Frankfort Ky Aug 11 Attorney General Hays secured from the state auditor a list of the national banks that have not paid their taxes this yesrf m the basis fixed by the state bqard of assessment and will in the next feci days file suits against them to recover the taxes and penalties If the banks pa up however beforethe September term of the Franklin cir cult court the suits will not be prosecuted i PISTOL FIGHT Legislator Sam Black Shot and filled Ely Saloonkeeper Harrodsb rg Ky Aug 1L +Sam Black a member of the legislature Policeman William Britton and Wfalter Molts saloonkeeper engaged Un a fight on Main street Black licas shot through the head and killed Instantly Britton received a bullet through th6 jaw and Stolts was wound ed in the abdomen Both are in n dying condition An old grudge is said to have been the cause of the trouble Suits To Collect Back Taxes Hopkinsville Ky Aug 11 Revenue Agent Frank A Lucas filed 16 suits for back taies on property aggregating 350000 in value The largest suit Is against John B Trice as administra tor of the estate of Stephen B Trice- claiming takes for five years nn 20000 worth of property Adm Meads Old Home Covington Ky Aug 11Rr Adm William Whitman Mead the naval of ficer in charge of arrangements for the meeting of the peace commissions at Portsmouth N H Is an old real dent of Covington having been appointed to the Annapolis academy from this city To RnnexCote Brilliante Newport j Ky Aug 11The boarl of council at its meeting passed an ordinance declaring It to be the in tention of of Newport to annex the district known as Cote Brll lianter TI e question must be sub matted to he qualified voters of the district t Declrrrd To Be Insan- eNicholasKy Aug 11Franll Davis agiH r Out 45 years was ad judged insane JH the county court and orderodrto be taken to the Eastern Kentucky insane asyhfhi at Lexington Davis has been confined to his bed for 15 rears Locating a New Railway Line Maykingj Ky Aug 11 Surveyors are locating a line fur the Lexington Eastern railway through Letchpr county w icli wjlll extend train Jackson via Hnznrd and Hindinun to the headwaters of rise Kentucky river in the vicinity of found Gnp Rev M P Hunts Call Louisville Ky Aug ItThe con the Twentysecond and Baptist church has vot gregationfr Marion P Hunt of Mb to fill the pulpit rf vacant by the resignation of Rev Arch C Cree Arri ed at Witiiamstown Mllfanjltown Ky Aug 11Chle- to Police Callahan of Ludlow arrived here with William Bailey R fugitive wnntml here on the charge of killing l Elmore Henry at Corinth Ky last February Bailey was cnnturod at the Ludlcnv Lagoon Say They Were Counted Out Winchester Ky Aug lLThe loin ocrats who say they were counted out on the last democratic primary held a meeting here and deckled to a fuU city ticket in the heldThey also decided to run a newspaper during tho campaign The Governor In Camp Paducah Ky Aug 11Gov J C Beckham and staff arrived at Camp Yeisor Tit 7 oclock the evening where quarters hud been procured for them They came In a special car over the Illinois Central from Louis ville Robert B Nelcon Buried Newport Ky Aug 11IPhe remains of the late Robert B Nelson were laUl to rest in the little burying ground near the Methodist church in Alexau driq He was born in Alexandria TIL April 1823 and lived there alhhis lire John A Lafferty Expires Cynthiana Ky Aug 11John A Lafferty aged 74 lied at his home at Breckinridge after a protracted ill ness Mr Lafferty was sheriff of the county for one term and was a metn her of Morgans command In Great Britain there Is an average of ope insane person to every 276 persons of the population WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY when yon want to have a job of work done have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or if you go away from home to have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic A home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he has known you for years be Is your rien he doesnt want tp cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If youhnve ever ight anything frojn a mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home ami it may comeback again but send it to one of the big mail order houses and it will buy cent cigars for some millionaire in a European home The Sun begs to call the attention of Its subscribers totefollowing businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington countybyhonest and honorable men When you want to make purchase look over thisJist and select your sfore You will be tickled when you compare fur purchase with that bf the man who bought from the big mailorder house sin HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTIIERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General RepairShop Umbrella Recoveriffg a Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drugstore Drugs and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty CJ Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty H omin Springfield at at Bardstown i Trains Springfield Bardstown Bardstown Junctn Arrives ROBERTSO BROS Dealers In pry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc c w NOE Blacksmithing and Repairing at the most reasonable pricesI C W Hagan Dealer In Vegetables Ice Beet Etc W E Leachman Dealer In Carpets Musical Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire t Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes i Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc OYSIDo You Want a Watch Here is the way to get one A GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get FOUlI 4 JCash Yearly Subscriptions 1i The Springfield Sun we will give you the watch 1f- y The timepiece is an excellent one guaranteed to keep correct time It is aft open face stemwind stemset nickel casef just as the cut in this advertisement represents These watches are being tarried by business men allover the country Every boy ought to have one to cUrry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to jjlay and Every boy in every community in iashengton Count can get one if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties anti other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bring The Sun four cash subscribers and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN f L I1Ni Railroad Table Iii gains Arrives at Arrives Bardstnwnm Arrives Junctn Leaves Louisville 1Outgoing Leaves Leaves Leaves at Louisvillel Groceries Furniture McElroy Shultz Time ro Suny ohl No 9l 825 p m 735 G50 600 i Daily 42 525 a 617 mf 7 03 755L Daily 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930 730 Suny only No 90 715 a m 800 845 935 Daily No 41 705 p m 552 502 410 r Daily No 44 120 p m 220 4101mp m THE SUNPER YEAR t y Dr W F Trusty Practicalr SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonabieprices AD Omceover Haydon 8 Barber Dr J1 M1BurtoiiRE- SIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly Firstjj KyOffice I t B D1 LAKEJInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTIiCKY Life Fire and Accident relfablesandworld uur insurance solicited DIJ H LAMPTON s fEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky ISPRINGFIELD r IF8PP1CEOffice Hours 12 M to M t r T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW I KyrT JP110 in the courts of Waehlngtoa Appealsandr C IATTYATLW Will practice rtsV WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky v will in the courts ef WashinirtoTa and adjoining counties and in pea1sIW E LEM4iY r ofATTYATLAW IJ Springfield Ky ugbtsandHEWALTER ATTYATLAW LS Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice fadjoining S Jtt CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER V Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty WillroanywhereIt reason use MARKS STIC CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Cist LustWllr RUbbeJtsr Salesman E C BQQOS t DIRECTORY SpringfieldCyCoin Atty Ft Campbell clerk Geo Cat CommisiunoringfieldFourthMondays FBookerAttoni Court convenes fourth in fQuarterlymonth I tTutSdavownty Treasurer Roibt Noe Other County Officiate Jas F Mopnuur OBriandeputyJ ont omo1 i a METHODIST CHUBCH Rev J C Hoakinson SundaysmPrayer m HennessyPastoroclock a in Services at St Rose same hour WaldemjPaatoreach month a nerPKand p m Sunday School every Sunda at lu m meeting every Thursday evening at 7 oolook willlamaryfSundanesday evening at S o clock J oJkB4 0Polland d2eXo50F1L1asteRha Secretary Meetings nights FtntlandThird Monday nights in each month I i 11 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905 7i lj Return ofp i HOLLIESBy Author of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes TheHound of the Baskervilles The Sign of the FourA Study In Scarlet Eta The Adventure of- flouethe Empty oRcHTED I listened with amazement to this ex planation which Holmes delivered between the putts of his cigarette 4Butthe tracks I cried I saw- With my own eyes that two went down the path and none returned It came about in this way The in stant that the professor had disap geared It struck me what a really ex traordlnarily lucky chance fate had placed in my way I knew that Mori arty was not the only man who had sworn my death There were at least three others whose desire for vengeance upon me would only be Increased by the death of their leader They were all most dangerous men One or other would certainly get me On the other hand If all the world was convinced that I was dead they would take liter ties these men they would soon lay themselves open and sooner or later I bej1lmerapidIlyhad thought this all out before Professor Moriarty had reached the bottom of the Reichenbach fall roch71Wallwith great Interest some months later you assert that the wall was sheer SHERLOCK HOLMES WAS That was not literally true A few b small footholds presented themselves mid there was some Indication of a ledge The cliff is so high that to climb it all was an obvious impossibility and it was equally impossible to make 4 my way along the wet path without leaving some tracks I might It is true have reversed my boots as I have done on similar occasions but the sight of three sets of tracks in one direction could certainly have suggested U d- ecptIon On the whole then it was best that I should risk the climb It was not a pleasant business Watson The fall roared beneath me Iam not a fanciful person but I give you my word that I seemed to hear Morlartys voice screaming at me out of the abyss A mistake would have been fatal More than once as tufts of grass came out in my hand or my foot slipped in the wet notches of the rock I thought that I was gone But I struggled upward and at last 1 reached a ledge several feet deep and covered with soft greet moss where I could lie un see lJithe most perfect comfort There I was stretched when you my dear Watson and all your following were Investigating In the most sympathetic and Inefficient manner the circumstances of my death At last when you had all formed your inevitable and totally erroneous conclusions you departed for tie hotel and I was left alone I had imagined that I had reached tbq end of my adventures but a very unexpected occur rence showed me that there were sur prises still in store for me A huge rock falling from above boomed past me struck the path uud bounded over Into the chasm For an instant I thought that It wq an accident but a ILLUSTRATED BY F D STEELE f omoment later looking up I saw a mans head against the darkening sky and another stone struck the very ledge upon which I was stretched within a foot of my head Of course the meaning of this was obvious Mo riarty had not been alone A confeder ate and even that one glance had told jne how dangerous a man that confed erate was had kept guard while the professor had attacked me From a distance unseen by me he had been u witness qf his friends death and of my escape He had waited and then making his way around to the top of the cliff he had endeaore to succeed where his comrade had failed did not take long to think about it Watson Again I saw that grim face lookoyer the cliff and I knew that it Wet the precursor of another stone I scrambled down on to the path I aont think I could have done it in cold blood It was a hundred times more difficult than getting up But I had no time to think of the danger for an othej stone sang past me us I hung by my hands from the edge of the ledge Halfway down I slipped but by the blcsshiJof God I landed torn and bleeding upon the path I took to my heels did ten miles over the moun talus In the darkness and a week later I found myself in Florence with the certainty that no one in tie world knew what had become of m I had only one confidant ny broth er Mycroft I owe you many apologies my dear Watson but it was all important that It should be thought I was dead and it Is quite certain that you would not have written so convincing an account of my unhappy end had you STANDING SMILING AT ME not yourself thought that it was true Several times during the last throe years I have taken up my pun to write to you but always I feared lest your tlmptIturned away from your this evening when you upset my bvote for I wits in danger at the time unit any show of surprise and emotion upon your part might have drawn attention to my Identity and led to the most deplorable and irreparable results AM to Mycroft I had to confide in him In order to ob tain the money which I needed The course of events in London did not run so well as I had hoped for the trial of the Moriarty gang left two of Its most dangerous members my own most vin dictive enemies at liberty I traveled for two years in Tibet therefore tlnd amused myself by visjting Lassa and spending some days with the head lane You may have read of the re markable explorations of a Norwegian named Sigerson but I am sure theft it never occurred to you that you were receiving news of four friend I then passed through Persia looked In at Mecca and paid a short but interesting visit to the khalifa at Khartum the re suits of which I have communicated to the foreign office Returning to France I spent some months In a re search Into the coal tar derivatives which I conducted in a laboratory at Montpelller In the south of France Having concluded this to my satisfaction and learning that only one of my enemies was now left in London r was about to return when my movements were hastened by the rifews of this very remarkable Park lane mystery which pot pnlp appealed to me by Its own X r merits but which seemed to offer some most peculiar personal opportunities I came over at once to London called in my own person at Baker street threw Mrs Hudson Into violent hysterics and found that Mycroft had pre served my rooms and my papers exactly as tips had always been So it was my Gear Watson that at 2 oclock to day I found myself in my old arm chair In my own old room and only wishing that I could have seen my old friend Watson in the other chair which he has so often adorned narrativetoIng a narrative which would have been utterlyancredibie to me had itnot been confirmed by the actual sight of the tall spar figure and the keen ea ger face which I had never thought to see again In some manner he had learned of niy own sad bereavement and his sympathy was shown Inj his manner rather than in his words Work is the best antidote to sorrow my dear Watson said he and I have a piece of work for us both tonight which if we can bring It to a success ful conclusion will in Itself justify a mans life on this planet In vain I begged him to tell me more You will hear and see enough before morning he answered We have three years o the past to discuss Let that suffice un tip half past 9 when we start upon the notable adventure of the empty house It was indeed like old times when at that hour I Mound myself jftateil beside him ina hansom my revolver in my pocket and the thrill ot adventure in my heart Holmes was olllIUllI stern and silent jAs the gleam of the street lamps flashed upon his austere features I saw that his brows were drawn down m thought attd his thin lips compressed I knew not what wild beasts we were aboutto hunt down in the dark jungle of criminal London hut I was well assured from the bearing of this inaster huntsman that the adventure was a most graveone while the sardonic smile which occasionally broke through his ascetic gloom boded little gcjod for the object qf our quest I had Imagined that we were bound for Baker street but Holmes stopped the cab at the corner of Cavendish square I Observed that as he stepped out he gave a most searching glance to right and left and at every subsequent street corrifer he took the utmost pains to assure that he was not followed OUr route vas certainly a singular one Holmes knowledge of the byways of London was extraordinary and oii this occasion he1 passed rapidly and with an assured step through a network of mews and stables the very existence of which I Ihfd never known We emerged at last into a small road lined with old gloomy houses which led up into Manchester street and so to Bland ford street Here he turned swiftly down a narrow passage passed through a wooden ute Into a deserted yawl anti then opened with a key the back door of a housq We entered together and lie closed ft behind us The place wily pitch dark but It was emptyhouseover the bare planking and my out stretched jlinhd touched a wall from which the paper was hanging in rib bons tnln fingers closed around 1wrist and led me forward donn a lopg hall until I dimly saw the murky Yap light over the door Here i Holmes turned suddenly to the right und we found ourselves In a large square einjHy room heavily shadowed In the earners but faintly lit In the center from the lights of the street beyond There was no lamp near anti the window was thick with dusjtso that we Mould only Just discenreach others fl Lures within My companion put his land upon my shoulder and his lips close tp my ear uDo you know where we nrer he whlsperedt Surely hJlltbr Baker street I an swered staring through the dim win dows exatltY are In Camden House which stoliids opposite to our own old quarters But why are we Irere exceJlentlaI trouble you my dear Watson to draw u little nearer to the window taking every precaution ot to show yourself aril then to look up at our old room the starting point of so many of your little fairy tales We will see It my three years oj absence have entirely taken away iny power to surprise y Ou I crept forward and looked across at the familiar window As my eyes fell upon It I gave n gash and a cry of amazement The bllhtl was down and a sttinitg light was burning In the room The shadow of a man who was seated In a diuln within was thrown In hard lack outline upon the hurl nous sere m of the window Thire was no mistaking the poise of the head the fiquarciiftifc of the shoulders the sharp ness of the features The face was turned half around and the effect was that of o i6 of those Mack silhouettes which our grandparents loved to frame lit was a perfect reproduction of HoIm K So amazed was I that I w1I1pIs Cream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IUITATIONB THE GENUINE PREPARED BallardSnow Liniment Co- ST LOUI8 MO Foe salt by OL J Hajdo Sprlnneld threw out my hnnd to make sure that the man himself was standing beside me He was quivering with silent laughter Yell said he Good heavens I criedHIt is mar velousI that age doth notwlther nor custom stale my infinite variety Bald he And I recognized in his voice the Joy and pride which the artist takes in his own cre tfonuIt really is rather like me is it not- I should be prepared to swear that It way you The credit of the execution is due to M Oscar Meiinler of GrienoWe who spent some days in doing the molding It is a bust In wax The rest I ar ranged myself during my visit to Ba ker street this afternoon TO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK The Remme Funeral Newport Ky Aug liThe funeral Of the late Edward C Remme was held from the late home 816 Washington avenue this city It was by far the largest assemblage that has followed a man to his grave in Newport for years Stabbed By a Colored Woman Covlngton Ky Aug 14Zack Tay lor a Cincinnati man was badly cut and stabbed in the colored settlement near the old tollgate In Madison pike Central Covington and says it was done by Maude Prewitt colored With a Handkerchief Paducah Ky Aug 14 William Un derwood aged 30a farmer hanged himself to a tree with handkerchief He was in good health wealthy and devoted to his family No reason la known for the act Hanging Made Him Insane Owensboro Aug 14As the result of brooding over the execution of RobL Mathley who was hanged here Ju 7 William Hemingway isa complete mental wreck and has been sent to an asylum Four Stores Burned at Williamsburg WilliamsDnrg Ky Aug HFourstores in the center of the business portion here were burned Loss 4000 partly insured India railroads have ust adopted a standard time which is five and a half hours ahead of Greenwich Yaquis Anxious For Peace Mexico City Isreport ed on the best authorlttthat the Ya qui Indians of Sonora tired of the long and disastrous warfare carried on against the government are now asking peace and that negotiations are actually being carried on Three Men Killed Wnkesb rre Pa Aug 14 Thomas Watkins u miner and two Hungarian laborers were killed and John Love another miner was badly crushed by a fall of coal In the Truesdale colliery of the Delaware Lackawanni Western Coal Co Baron Injured in a Runaway Biarritz Aug 14Baron VonPewel Remmlng husband of Princess Fred erlka of Hanover was thrown from his carriage during a runway and sustained a fracture of the skull His condition is serious Aged Woman Commits Suicide Meridian Ct Aug 14Mrs Mercy Marvin 80 years old committed sui clde by hanging herself with a shawl Poor health was the cause Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and tr in to sell Imitations of ConsumpHoncinpsr thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steal ing 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 all others are mere imita tions EBUCKLENCO Chicago Illand Windsor Canada For sale by CJ llaydon druggist Edward Smith of Washington idwhile despondent committed suicide by jumping into a well BUY f+ J RICHES COME TO LEX1NTON MAN NOW He Wants the Son He Relln quirked To the Mother Lexington Ky Aug HAfter consenting to a divorce being given his wife six years ago in Chattanooga Tenn since which time he has made a fortune in real estate in Los An geles Cal D L Peters formerly n resident of this city has begun a legal battle to secure possession ot his ten yearold son who now lives with his mother Mrs Bertha Schooler Peters in this city The couple were married here 11 years ago but after living together for five years the wife applied for a divorce in Chattanooga No defense was made by Peters and the cus tody of the child was awarded to the mother at that time Since the divorce Peters has kept the mother in funds to provide for the comfort of the boy but now that the lad is at the age where it is necessary for him to be given an education and feeling that the mother is not able financially to give him the proper schooling efforts are being made by Peters to get possession of the child MRS JOHN E MADDEN The Woman Has Not Seen Her Chil dren For Three Months Lexington Kj Aug HThe twc children of Mr and Mrs John E Mad den are still at Ham urg Place the country home of the Maddens here Mrs Madden who for a time made weekly trips to Lexington to see the children and complained because they were not allowed to see her except when accompanied by a guard basmot been to see them now for two months Madden was here recently but seturn e4 east where his horses are racing There is great interest here In the vorce contest Mrs Maddens friends claim that she Is remaining away from Lexington to avoid service in the di vorce vsuit which Madden has filed againsther The case will come up for trim in September- GAS PIPE LINE PLANNED Product of Menifee County To Be Piped To Lexington Barbourville Ky Aug 14A company Is being organized to take over the immense gas fields of Menifee county In Upper Kentucky and pipe the product to Lexington and other Central Kentucky cities The field has been partly developed by the New Domain Standard which owns 15 gassers and a vast acreage Fran chises have already been secured at Lexington and two or three other points An outlay of about 1000000 will be required Gas is found throughI out the Kentucky oil fields but no oi is fount In the Menifee gas field A Ky Aug 14 Miss Bessie Auberry 17 who resided neat Batland met death in a most geplorv abe manner A pistol bad been hid den under the bedding in her room by one of the young girls brothers Several small children were playing In the room and one oil them found the pistol The weapon was accidently discharged and the ball entered the girls head causing instant death Prepared Meal Then Ended Life Coyin ton Ky Aug 14ACterpre paring her husbands dinner Mrs John Bate of High street West Cov ington stole quietly upstairs to her room and took a fatal dose of carbolic acid Her husband thought she had gone upstairs to lie down as she had been sick More Trouble Expected Lee City Ky Aug HIn an alter cation Alex Rose aged IS son of Alli son Rose cut and fatally wounded Luke Crisp aged 16 Rose Is in charge of Deputy Sheriff Robert Dunn and excitement is high No cause is given for the fight Twins Burned To DeathT Paducah Ky Aug HA lamp ex ploded at the home of Will Elliott and the family did not awake until the house was in flames Three children two being twins were burned to death anti the parents badly burned The family Is colored t+ ++ MtMt t COAL tw 1 It i Jellilo Birds Eye Cannel ItalianBlue Gem These are the best 44 tit they have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ex tit cellent Fill your coal house now + tIiPRODUCE + DeplorableAccldent- TaylorsilJe Buy NowAnd Save Money BitM H Jones + EveryHeart v i r dlfficult j fluttering or dizzy spellmeans that your heart is straining Itself 1 in its effort to keep irr motion This is dangerous tSome sudden strain from overexertion k or excitement wit 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 andmuscles stimulates the heart action and relieves the pain and miserfyourheartDr Miles Heart Cure suffered terribly with heart dIs bydifferentphysIcianI had dropsy if the heart He put connexIoswith beorsthisconditionand 4Cure to me I gave it little attention until my return from Memphis when pleasedtoCHARLES GOODRICH Caruthersville Nor byyourfallsheMiles Medical Co Elkhart Ind i Peoples Deposit i Bank Springfield c Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS lea Robertson President Hon L aThurmanricepr ident J A Bon ware Cashier ChaS iL IcChord Aast Cashier H C Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS i GrahamJndireJ W Satterlr T iL Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOOGOCGOOCOCOpOOOOOOOCO 8QflAYDON THOMPSON LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE t Sp ngfieldiKy Nice Outfits For Traveling Men THOXS 18 oooooaoooooa o JOHN YMAYESFu- neral Director J 9AndLicensed Embalmer 1 SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY J Best AttentioniEvery courtsey shown t Handsome Line of Caskets and Racial Robes TeIephone Day 19 Night 74 J 0000000000000I fsICLUBBING RA WIT- HLOUiSVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville 1 Times one year 5The Sun and theDaIly Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40J Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week A 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJ urnal any three days in the week six months 2 Qt The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 tITHESpringfield Ky 3 4 ti 0 y izI THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 16 1905PrrTHE NATION SUFFERS 3EETN1 WOMEN AND CHILDREN Throughout the United States are suf fering daily from Rheumatic troubles JCeurabjia Catarrh Skin troubles Sore Muscles Sore Feet and various forms of aches swellings and inflaimimtJ ins Are you one of them If so I offer and guarantee instant relief If you will use the wonderful healing external remedy Paracumph as I direct Go to vcr druggist today and gpt a bottle of rnrn mph First Aid to the Injured AtP1Y it according to directions and if it fails to do whit I claim for It go hack to your druggist and get your mouey This is a fair projwsition Take advantage of it today The reason Par ctlmph cures the troubles above raetUIoned is because when applibd it opens the pores of the skin penetrates directly to the interior cells soothing the aching nerves oiling the muscles drawing out the fever soreness and ih flmuniatiou by inducing sweating It cures in a safe and harmless way Dont ruin your stomach and nervous system with strong internal medicines Use PamtlDlll the safe remedy Dont hesitate try Paracamph today Sold only in 25c 50c nUll 100 bottles t Mil good druggists E H Spieer 3 peml11 linger The Paracniunk Com lft ny Louisville Ky U S A r HILLSBORO Ft S yirs L S Dean is some better at this writing Mr Sam Montgomery had the mis fortune to loose his only horse last week Miss Mamie Merritt is visiting friends and relatives WilKsburg this week Ir J M Montgomery and wife spent last Wednesday with evG V Todd and wife of Mackville Mr Jim Keeling and family visited 3ir J M Shields and family Friday Several from this place attended tne fair at Harrodsburg last week Mrs B H McIIvoy visited Mrs L S Dean Sunday afternoon Mr John Inmah and daughter Miss 4 Eva attended meetjng at Mackville Sunday Miss Claudie Royalty of Tatham Springs is the guest of Mrs Annie Montgomery this week Messrs R M Thompson of the Ridge and J S Leachman of Litsey were in this neighborhood last Friday evening Mr John Armstrong and family at I terded meeting at Willisburg Saturday nightS 9Misses Flossie PearliaidMrt1e Armstrong and Erastus Pirkins at tended meeting at Willisburg Sunday Mr rmsby Shewmaker was in the Mackvijle neighborhood Sunday after noon Miss Hattie Settle of Brooksville attended the singing here Sundey after noOh progressing1arge Grave Trouble toreseenIIt needs but little foresight to tell 4 that when your stomach and liver are badly affected grave trouble is ahead unless you take the proper medicine for your diseases as Mrs John A Clay N Y did She says I had neujl ralgia of the liver Jnd stomach heart was weakened and I could not eat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by CJHaydon druggist at 50 cents a bottle MOORESVILLE An ice cream supper will be given by the ladies of NeV Hope church at that place Saturday Augjist 19 commenc continuingjui1ti110 FairIiewand 1553 was realized which will be used for the improvement of the school boOSe Mr G A Benedict has completed a new tobacco barn Its dimensions are 60x72 feet Mr James Truax has com pleted one 40xSO feeL Several wore are in course of construction Your humble scribe took a trip up isteep hill and branch over to PoHn in the interest of the nursery business Jle had muchsuccess iWe were sorry to hear of thsiiicidc of Mrs Thomas Lowber at h near Pulliam last Friday horneI We notice the telephone erecting its line in the direction of JMX resville Mr Joe Hays went to Louisville last week to see his wife who recently had an operation performed for the removal of a tumor She is doing nicely Mr W Do Pile has removed to Simzns Mrs Clara Bishop is quite ill ofa complication of diseases Miss Dora Royalty has returned fronr from a visit at Sharpsville The infant childof Mr Milton Mat- T tingly died last Saturday and was in terred the ollowing day at Brush Grove Agonizing Burns ar instantly relieved and perfectly healed by Bucklens Arnica Salve C ivenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writesIi I burned my knee dreadfully it was blistered all over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it without a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydons drugstore 1 o NORTH PLEASANT GROVE The Gim Reaper seems to have been quite busy in this vicinity Jately as there was a funeral nearly everyday last week and in deaths harvest some of our neighbors were gathered ourmostIfering from spinal meningitis died at the home of her father Mr Bailey Pinkston on August 7 We extend con dolence to the bereaved family Mrs Frances Lowber one of our oldest and most respected women and who has always been a devotedwife and mother committed suicide by hang ing on August ll using a piece of new cotton Insanity is believed to have been the cause Mrs Lowber leaves a husband and seven children to mourn her death All deeply sympathize with the family in their sad bereavement Several from this place attended the tent meeting at Willisburg on Sunday HARDESTY I The frequent showers we have tend to shoot the corn and tobacco up also the weeds Messrs F W rimy and Shelt Montgomery attended the Harrodsburg fair last week Mr Edgar Gray attended a lawn fete at Blacks Store on Saturday night which was well attended Miss Ada Snider visited relatives in this vicinity last week Rev Rowley delivered ajlecture at Hardesty schoolhouse Tuesday night His subject was How to Catch Fish and was enjoyed by all present Several from here attended the tent meeting at Willisburg last weekand say they are having a good meeting Mr and Mrs J H Gray land Mr James Hardesty and son visited Mr John Hardesty and family Saturday Mrs Sarah Gray is visiting her daughter Mrs J J Carney atScruggs ville this week fs Death of Mr Putnam Lebanon Enterprise DeatH shock ing in its suddenness came to Mr Nathan H Putnam one of Lebanons most prominent business men at an early hour last Monday morning while on a tram in North Dakota The news of his death which came as a shock to everyone in the city reached here Monday morning at 10 oclock Details were meageronly the bare fact that he had died suddenly bi1a trainand everywhere were heard ex pressions of sorrow With his wife he left here Thursday June29 on a pleasure trip to points in the Wrest and Northwest and it was while returning home that he was stricken Early last Monday morning Mr Putnam aroused his wife saying that he was seriously ill It was at once evident that hwas suffering from acute indigestion and attempts were made to secure a physician There was none on the triin and though every thing pssbJe was done for him he died Jan hour later His body was taken from the train at Harvey N Df and it was from that place the newsof his death was sent home Mr Putnam was fiftyfour years of age and was born and reared in Taylor county When he first came to Leba non he took a position in the store of MrJ G Phillips with whom he after wards conducted a store in Taylor county and later one in Adair He rc turned to Lebanon in 1883 to take an interest with Mr Phillips in the busi ness which he later purchased and has since successfully conducted He was married in this city on No vember 10 1375 to Miss Nannie E Spalding who with nine children Mrs LA Spalding Richard S Joseph W Mary J Lancaster Kathryn Nollib 111mrky Harrodibtit Herald W T Ewiriga Real Estate Agency report sales olj the following property Fiftyseven acres on Bellows Mill pike owned by Divine heirs to RfIis Taylor for pikclowned Springfield Market Baionflpt KeUjfales rj Bewwnxtile per pound Batter lite pr pound Chickens H 8c Spring e Dried npples jwr you mi Duriw Scper Corp M J7Ic to hOc per bughol Ejcpr12 iHir dozen Peatien44 111 llund Flour 2 tO to Oius S760 per ponnd Orain Wheat corn Xte OiitH lcHid Qreenti7cto Lard 12J4c per pound Liino U floo per barrel JOOpelIPotatoes Country JOe r OnionsSi Salt il4S and 5185 perbarrel TnrkeyH 5c par pound Tallow4c per pound Vinegar 25c to 4fc per gallon WoolJ3urry and growy flHo clear of grease 30c tub washed 28 t Country Sorghum 45 J to Gte8e4Oc a pelcec I Lo Onion Seta Slsa I Vf r DEATH LISTIGROWS rwel Persons Sncdnnibed to the Yellow Scourge in New j Orleans Sunday TOTAL DEATHS TO DATE 154 New Orleans Aug i4ioitowtng Is the omal rcozd up to 6 p rn Sun day New cases 50 total cases 963 deaths J12 total 15i new subfocl 14 total 202 The heavy Increase In the number of cases which began four or five days ago Is beginning to manifest itself in the deah list which cnn expected to grovi steadily for the t next few number of new cases Sun daSsfhe small In comparison with record 105 but it is really that nun oerof cases were turned in by JU1 Inspector just after the hourfor closing the report These will Mondays report Among the cases Sunday is Louis Cueullu Jr cashier of the Peoples hank rho resides far out onv North Jolmsor street Another case Is Maurice K nny excouncilman and ex the legislature Two pf we estriclen Sat miUbCItof streetV flvejof the new foci are White Sunday made a his organization by which he hops to accomplish results much quicker The fumigation and screen ing work was all done by a central de partment under Dr Gessner which sent out on notification of cases by physicians Sunday afternoon Dr White assembled all his sub ordinates in conference and decided to place the screening and fumigation work under the several district head quarters The present force will bu- dlVldedJupamong the district surgeons will be given charge of one of the districts tTWo Cases in Algiers- Asslsjant Surgeon Corput has just concluded a pretty thorough Investiga tion of conditions in Algiers that part ot New Orleans on the west bank of the Mississippi river There had ben two cases in Algiers since the outbreak of fever and Dr White determined to ascertain by a house to house can vass if there had been any spread among them Dr Corpu t reported Sund that he had not round ii single suspicious case which indicates that the present steps taken to screen and fumigate the original cases have been effective in preventing a spread Dr White jsays that If he could learn of every ease in the city and apply the proper methods Immediately he is con fident that he could stamp out the disease there in a short time The great cause tor the spread has been the con cealment of cases and the change otI residence of people who have been fected Dozens of cases are on record pcoIpIewhere infecjfjpn had existed This Dr White propose to stop and while no drastic measures are being taken he Li enforcing his authority The First Death in Patterson cen1terfirst death The victim is a young andIthere so far They have opened an emergency hospital which now has seen patients At lIon Ami in Calcasieu parish there is only one caseof yellow fever with no new cases and not suspicious cases At the detention camp near Tallulah In Madison parish there are two cases one of which is in a serious condition State Health Officer Sanders of Alabama anti Quarantine Officer Moore of Mobile are making an inspection of the Mississippi coat towns for jibe pur pose of determining where it ould be wise to lift the AJabnma mbnrgo against the Mississippi const They reached Gulf port Sunday night without having struck any suspicious cases at any point visited up to then While the Italians are gradually be coming pacified they are still inclined to run away arid to conceal illness which develops In their families SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN 1Drr H Walker Valley Hill has for thoroughbred Southdown evcs at 7 per head if taken at once 40 READ THIS ELKTON Ky June 8 1901 Dr E W Hull St Louis Dear SirI have used your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery in my family and can cheer fromfidneyandRespectfully S L THOMPSON A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Won Ber Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles r movea gravelcures diabetes seminal emissions weak and lame backs rheumatism and alt irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be OnesrpallbottlearicFseldom fails to perfect a cure Dr Eo W Hall Sole Manufacturer P Q Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimphiaL Sold by all druggists NO POWDER IN CAMP Consequently No Salute Was Fired For Gov Beckham Paducah Ky Aug 12ln the pres ence of 5000 people Gin L C W Beckham accompanied by his staff re viewed the Second Kentucky regiment WJiei the regimental band struck up Dixle the crowd cheered The gov erpor was tendered an ovation as he entered the grounds ona fine steed As the ammunition for the Hotchklss and Gatling guns failed to arrive the governors salute was not tired The ball for the governor staff and rCg mental officers took place at the Park Pavilion It was a society function witnessed by hundreds of people The governor and a part of his staff left for Frankfort after the baH He will come again August 23 and remain un til the 2Sth to review the First and Third Kentucky regiments At dipner Gov Beckham and staff were guests of the hospital doctors Camp Yeser was attacked at 12 oclock at night by cavalry and infantry but only a few shots were fired by the attacking army which departed on learning the strength of the army which they had charged After the defense had been formed the general officers Col Williams anil Gov Beckbam walked through the lines JAIL STRONGLY GUARDED Mob Violence Is Feared at West Lib erty Morgan County Mt Sterling Ky Aug 12 There Is still great excitement at fest Liberty Morgan county over the assault on Lydia Phlnps thalS year old daughter of Levi Phlppfc last week The four men charged with the crime Sam Maynard Boone and Kelly Stacy and Wade Quicksall were brotight before the county judge for examination The jail Is strongly guarded for fear of mob violence and the feeling is high against the men Quicksall is a mar ned man with a family The gjrJ will likely recover NEW CAPITOL The First Work on the Site Will Be gin Monday Frankfort Ky Aug i2Th first work on the new state house under the contract let to the General Supply and Construction Co will be done Monday when the work of excavating for the concrete foundation will begin The company will use every effort to complete the foundations before win ter sets in Nothing on theMarketEqual to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact is well known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten will give their customers this preparation- when the best is asked for Mr Obe Jopunsays There is nothing onthe market in the way of patent medicine which equals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and complaintsWetion For sale by C J Haydon druggist Edard C Remme Newports Oldest banker died of a broken heart Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in your but some day you may feela twinge of dys KingsNewundigestedfoodorHaydon s drug store Try them tcu-il If Tq II I If IIC If Vm 5 K S 0 t E E E E IAI That tick on time can be bought t at Graves at a low price Alsoa t t nice line of jewelry Have your IWw see n III 9 31I EEd 3 ii WORK IfIV6ILtkt1rflII tij I das l If Vj5 I- ft Graves j Vb LUt it III Vti 33 EE4 A Meat Market WHERE VpU CA- NBUYTl1 E BEST Every day in the year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention Ice You cant keep- cool these day- swithout ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and reeive the highest market price for same We are constantly in the market for good beeves FTCOXCO KEINTHCKYS BIG 6 STATE FAIR IAT LEXINGTON September 1823 BIG DAVS IN PREMIUMS Ef 25000THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 333Novel Allractions1Maoificent Exhibitions The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces for Catalogue or Further Informatlon AddrJoGEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky BRO KSVlllE We were all sorry to learn of the tragic death of Mr Sam Black of Harrodsburg He formerly lived in this community We extend sympathy to the bereaved Messrs Fred and Frank West spent Saturday arid Sunday with their sisters Miss West and Mrs Cheatharq of this TfMessrs d Ivan Armstrong attended the Harrodsburg fair Ivan Keeling was a visitor at this place Sunday Rev Dunn of Louisville is conduct ing a protracted meeting jat Glens Creek this week Mr and Mrs Sleet Pink ton spent Saturday and Sunday at Wfllsburg Messrs Bass Settle and Sam Croake visited friends at Texas Saturday bight Mr arid Mrs John Moore spent Sat urday with their daughters here Mrs Marguerite Poulter is visiting her son Mr B Poulter Mr and Mrs Jerome Colvjn spent Friday with the latters parents at PulliarnVMisses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong of Hillsbpro visited Miss Lula Pinks ton Sunda A little forethought may save you no end of trouble Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand byCPrettYRoughH- arrodsburg Herald Leslie Chinn the weU known colored porter at the Tribble House Junction City took his wife for a drive Tuesday night but when half way to Danville he cut her throafarid left her dead by the roadside He went back to Junction City wrote his will climbed into a hay loft Jim fshot his brains out Meeting of Colored Baptists The United District Association of Missionary Baptists of Kentucky will hold its next annual session in the colored Baptist church here on August 23 I A SURE CURE 6 IN PREMIUMS Severely Hurt Marion Falcon Mr Will Mahoney the popular fruit drummer of Louis yule was here this week in a somewhat delapidated condition He carried a scar on his nose just between his eyes and his right hand was in a ban dage on account ofa severe cut in the palm of the hand which was the result of jumping from a surrey drawn by t two runaway horses He was in com pany with a colored driver and Mr J E Hayden traveling salesman for the golingplace the horses started to run and the bit of one of the bridles broke thus giving the team full speed and it was resultIor The team prOcceded at a rapid gait to take in the townand after encircling the court house landed at the town pump where the conveyance was demolished VALLEY HILL T A Grundy has been quite ill for the past week T Mims has returned home fronva visit to relatives at Catlettsburg 3 Goddard Grundy attended the Hal rqdsburg fair last week Misses May and Maude Lindley of Louisville have returned to their home after a twoweeks stay with Misses Pearl and Ola Goatley Mrs Samuel Tucker spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Fairfield Misses Maggie and Imogene Goatley and Delia and Lydia Virgin and Messrs Ernest Goatley Frank Neal WilL Gary and Ed Kelly spent undaat Tat ham SpringsVMrs Carroll Kelly has returned from Lebanon where she has been under treatment by Dr Kelly Work has been begun on the tele exiweeks dayhereSubscribe for The Sun 100 year IFORED MUSCLES LAME ACK STIFF JOINTS FROSTID ruTURNS SCALDS ETC InftammationpromoteselasttcityV CURED OF PARALYSIS W S Bailey Po True Texas writesliMy litberIhaveeruptions It does the work BEST UNIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS usnREFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c 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