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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s tjtDEVOTED TOajIVOLUME I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 2 NUMIEK 31 IBRUTALLY MURDERED JamesYork a Wealthy Anderson County Farmer Meets Death At The Hands of An Assassin The following from Lawrenceburg appeared in Sundays CourierJournal While he lay sleeping at his home five miles southwest of this city James York one of the wealthiest and best known men of this county was foully murdered some time Friday afternoon by unknown parties He was at home alone all day his niece Mrs William 4 Wallace with whom he lived being at the county fair Upon her return late in the afternoon she found her aged kinsman lying on his couch with the top of his head blown off and his left arm which was under his head torn to pieces Death was evidently Instantaneous as both loads from a shotgun tookeffect The gun that is supposed to have been used is said to be owned by Wil liani Birdwhistle When he left home Friday morning for town his gun was loaded and when he returned the house had been broken into and both of the shells were empty The shots were fired through the door which was slightly ajar and which shows the = marks of powder burns Many theo ries have been advanced as to the tragedy but it is still uusolved and shrounded in mystery LATER William H York brother of the murdered man has been arrested for the crimej He is sixtyfive years old and very feeble He has- been taken to Louisville for safe keep ing He strongly denies his guilt it Married at St Rose i Mr A B Rudd and Miss Lillie Mont gomery a popular young couple of near town were married yesterday morning at St Rose church in the presence of a fstracting a large circle of friends The groom is a sort of Mr W B Rudd and is a prosperous young farmer The SuDf together with a host of friends extends congratulations to the happy couple and wishes them a long and blissful journey through life Resolutions By Teachers jwe the committee on resolutions re spectfully submit the following reportt L That our thanks are tenidered to the firm of Robertson for their kindness in donating a large number of fans for the use or the teachers 2 That we appreciate the liberality of Mr C J Haydon Dr Smock and Rev W H Williams in contributing financially toward the success of theC movement for an educational uplift in our State 3 That we indorse the organization t of the Educational Improvement dim mittee of Kentucky that we promise 6our faithful cooperation in all its ayowed purposes and that we second in every way its efforts to secure an efficient system of State normal schools in Kentucky by enactment of the next General Assembly 4 That we petition our representa tive in the next General Assembly use his influence in having passed more stringent compulsory attendanc- law a law providing for a lengthenin- of the school term and a uniform- course of study and examinations fo the common schools the State authorities providing the questions therefor ELLA DUNCAN SUSIE POPE 1 C W STALLINGS Com JOE POLIN NORABONTA j Itofems Falcon The new Iron bridge across Hardins creek near the home of Mr Joe H Hagan was completed and opened for travel Saturday and the committee visited the site Tuesday in spected the structure and accepted countyi and Mr Len A Spalding have qualified as executri and executor of the estate of Mr N 13 Putnam The store is closed while an invoice is being taken Messrs J A Kelly Hogue Edelen and Jo Bo Ed ononds were appointed appraisers ++ ++ We take pleasure in presenting to our readers a very fine picture of the new Saint Catharines Convent andr Academy It is situated about twp miles west of Springfield jn a com manding hill which lifts the magnifi cent building into such prominence can be seen from nearly all portions of the county The site is truly the finest that could be selected the build ing itself the finest and most perfect that modern architecture could devise for the type to which jt belongs In general outlines the building re embles a capital E pjosasing as it a long facade witnjthree wings on each end and one in the middle right of the facade and the right wing will be devoted to the academic- work of the institution Here will be a perfectly equipped highclass school for girls and young ladies and Harry Bradley age sixteen years fell from the roof of his uncles residence Mr J P Fidler at Bradfords vilfe several days ago breaking his leg and otherwise severely injuring himself The fall was a distance of twentyfive feet and the wonder is that didnt kill him instantly He is recovering Negro Killed at Bardstown Kentucky Standard John Stevens a young Svhite man is in jail here charged with the killing of Sam Bas com a negro The deed was committed Saturday night about 1030 oclock at the junction of the alleysin the rear oT Wilson Muirs bank in this place From the statements of several par ties who are conversant with the facts it seems that Stevens acted altogether in selfdefense During the afternoon- of Sunday Bascom it is stated quarreled with Stevens and struck the latter in the head with a stone inflicting a painful wound Later Stevens armed himself with a doublebarreled shotgun alleyaAt the point Was qunrg thisrjuncture Stevens one ion to intimidate the negro but this failed of its purpose and Bascom con tinuing to advance the white man discharged the remaining charge of his gun which took effect in the lower part of the negros abdomen inflicting a fatal wound from which death resulted several hours later Bascom was aged about thirty years and lived in the country several miles east of town He had a bad record having been involved in a number of difficulties He leaves his wife Stevens is a laborer and is an indus trious and ordinarily steady young maho He is about twentyfive years old and is unmarried He resides with his mother and her family at the old Conley toll gate on the Springfield pike a mi l from town He was arrested shortly after the shooting by Marshal Philips nad lodged in jail where he remain until next Monday when his examining trial wilLtake place 1 t The New Saint AcademyINow Rapidly Nearing Completion the fortunate young Lo have the chance to perfect educational will thing a schoolgirls heart as regards roominess ance of light cpnvenience ments and elegance of The portion of the front left of the main center wing also will be occupied and will form the of the building This po administraII building will be finished good sisters with ishness think first of all fort of the children carethink of their own of all The main center and tains all that is common mentSof the institution and the academy In this the building is located the tive department infirmaries offices telephone room post office servingI rooms for the dining halls and last to be mentioned but first in importance- the large beautiful Roma n e s q u e building has a frontage of nearly three hundred feet the wings vary in length from ninety to one hundred and thirty Ninety feet distant from the center wing lies a fine boiler house wherein is lodged the steamheating apparatus the pneumatic tanks for the water supply the electric lighting ma chinery and in the second floor of the boiler house at a later date will be placed the modem Jaundry equipment now at the site ofrthe old Saint Catharine s The building was planned by Mr Frank Brewer of Fairfield who is also the supervising architect and who is pushing the work to completion as fast lr- cc Little MyselfAslUsedToBe tThe following em Little Myself AsIUsedToBe written by Mrs Carrie Cosby Fulton of Bardstown Ky appeared in the last issue of Bryans Commoner Its as prettyas rich with sentimentas any of Fields Child Poems and in our opinion deserves a place not with the jingles and rhymes of the everyday verse but upon a page where true poetry is printed Sometimes when the work of day is done When the ebbing light from the west is gone When the present loosens its fetters fast 5 And the freed heart leaps to its longedfor past When the twilight gathers and shadows grow deep Out from silence will timidly creep A dear little girl whom I clearly see Little MyselfAsIUsedToBe ts toysHer ri Her glad when no work is done Vacationtime withits frolic andfun i Thanksgiving and Easter the Christmastide ij With stockings hung at the chimneyside Laughing aloud as she stands bymy knee Littlq MyselfAsIUsedToBel la Often she prattles of childish plays daysSomeWith weariness labor and sorrow untold Some in lifes joy their yet keep And some in thechurchyard are fast asleep I jar gleeLittleOh fair is the world in which she dwells 1 Where goblins and witches et weave their spells dispelAndHer days are all bright ones her skies ever bluetHer lovers are faithful her friends all are true Never a care nor a sorrow knows she Little MyselfAsIUsedToBe v eyesTo vr What have done she asks of merriWith my faithand my truth and my puritY75 J With the trustful love for God and your kindlThat I gave to you when you left me behind These are the questions puts to mew Little MyselfAsIUsedToBe iifit Oh dear little girl I answer low 11AmtdI lost your innocence truth and trust mostThatLittle remains that you to me Little MyselfAsI sed oBez daqeAnd perhaps well find on that other shore m Things we ve mourned as lost before 11 JFTheeternityIll u it as is consistent with solidity of con struction and thoroughness of work manship The roof is on the main cen ter right and left panelS and center wing the steamfitting and plumbing is practically finished conduits with their electric wires for lighting the building are already in position and the plasterers and carpenters are mak ing rapid strides with the interior finish The sisters will open the fall term of their celebrated school now more than eighty years in existence in the new building about September 15th and a full patronage is already assured them Indeed as the building receives its fin ishing touc efthe patrons of the school will realize as all do who haveI seen the magnificent structure that the new Saint Catharines is perhaps the finest institution of its kind in th middle west i State Development convention Hon WD Claybrooke has received a letter from Mr Clarence Dallam chairman of the committee on delegates to the forthcoming State Development Convention asking him to select the delegates to represent Washington county in the next the fourth convention which will be held in Louis yule in October The letter says in partWe want to make this convention the greatest gathering of the kind eve held in the State There will be seven sessions each devoted to some particu lar objectagriculture forestry immigration etc The Committee on Programme has secured several noted experts on differ ent lines to address the convention We want delegates named who will agree to make every effort to attend the convention Mr Claybrooke promptly complied with the request and the following gen tlemen were appointed Judge BLLitsey W F Grigsby Judge I H Thurman J A C J Haydon H M Grundy J Gore E L Davison C L Brady personnel of the delegation is a sufficient guarantee that old Washington will be ably represented in the conventiqn t Last Saturday night between 8 and 9 oclock Miss Viola Brown who lives with her sisters Misses Mary an Lucy qn Walnut street went upstairs to close a window on account of the rain yhe she reached the window which opens upon a porch she says she distinctly saw a man rise in front of her Surprised and frightened ske fled downstairs and gave the alarm Marshal Grace was at once summoned and in company with several citizens hurried to the house determined to effect the capture of the diabolical scoundrel i possible The house was surrounded and a thorough search of the premises made but the intruder could not be found It is supposed that when th alarm was given he leaped from the porch and escaped under cover of the darkness FREDERICKSTOWN 1 t It has been said that when afarmer stops complaining its time to call fora doctor for his last end has come Jtthis were true then we must lose a great many farmers in this neighbor hood for theyare all more than pleased with their good crops Everybody rich and poor has a right to rejoice al though in the near future complaint might set in after the farmers see that they can only get twentyfive cents a bushel for corn and but little for to bacco Miss Katie Shaunty went to JtSprings and spent a week there with some friends She looked very much benefited and waS delighted with her stay at the healthful summer resort Miss Fannie Auberry died u good peaceful death last Monday and was buried from the burg church Wednes day Her life had been exemplary and therefore her death was a Eoly one She was heldMn great esteem and judging from the great crowd that flocked to the funeral she must have been a very popular lady He last remains were taken to the graveyard of St Roses church where she will await the day of the last judgment Mrs Welsh is visiting her son who keeps the hotel here Mr Welsh is a- very good neighbor and citizen Years ago it was almost unsafe for young persons to go through Frederick own on certain days When Mr George AI vey was here though he kept a fine saloon and had good order and we all were very sorry to see him leave for Lebanon because we thought we would never find his like but we must cer tainly admit that Mr Welsh fills his place well and does even surpass his predecessor All hope things will continue soit will be to the great satins faction of every oneand they all hope to keep him a long time His wife is a very obliging and clever lady and all the boarders give herf ull praisefor her great efficiency Tobacco barns are beingbuilt every where around hereat P S Barbers Presbyterian orphanage Mrs Connbrs and John TuckersE- verybody is planning to go ito the Springfield fair this week They say it will surpass any fair held heretofore Some talk is made already about the election for school trustees although everyone feels that an election would be perfectly unnecessar The present primepIes business in the school and everybody is delighted with them An election surely could not change things for the better It isof course a great responsibility but no trouble will be left without reward Croakes is no longer a freight or ticket station It is very displeasing to a great man Y neighbors of the burg and we all hope this condition of things will not be permanent The child of our neighbor and friend J T Janes is ill at this writing We hope the doctors will be able to save it to the love of its parents Mrs G W McIntire is again suffer deal with her old stomach sherwill DC up in a few days Speaking of doctors we must say we are blessed over and above with two good men Although young they seem r to know their business to perfection They are two serious professional men stay close at home to help the suffer ing and we all feel that if we wantanyfrelief for any serious trouble we do not have to go off to Springfield or Bards town for right here at home we passes two men who have f colleagues t superior to them anywhere around if Quite a crowd of the neighbors went churchRThey were ingi which is called to do a great deal of goochtThe telephone lines are gradually coming to our very doors Every man thats up to date loves his family and wants a doctor in a hurry ought to- have a box b all means All the Fred erickstown citizens will have one and 1we wish some of our hustling neighbors would help us so we could have the line also With love to alU PATE TALK Mr Claybrookes Plan CourierJournal W D Claybrooke of Springfield Ky was in Louisville Thursday on his way to Owensboro to appeat before the Senate committee on- t Revenue and Taxation which is preparing a bill to be presented at the next session of the General Assembly Mr 4 Claybrooke has a plan which ht bee Heves will produce enough revenue for all purposes arid will makefthe taxnJM lighter because it will require all f g erty to be listed ic i 3 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 r r I THE POINT KI t t t liS THIS tj j 4Ft I ton but one market Gents Furnishings ti I outwithk j + j + IA Grand Kentucky Gathering I I L i LOUISVILLE HERALD Ij s iia1 J 1 t Kentuckys homecoming week oft 1906 can be made the most memorable gathering of the kind ever held in the Ifnited States To make it the success it ought to be will demand work but we have the men in goodly numbers equal to the task The Kentucky con tingent in every State ought to be adequately represented Louisville did Con1fooeratehighest reputation it has ever achieved for hospitality by opening its arms to the returning legions of Kentuckys- sons and daughters now scattered al over the Union Kentuckians are to b found everywhere The Pacific coastI shows up with 212 in Alaska California 3344 in Oregon and 3896 in Washington The lulia mountain region has at tracted many thousands of Kentuckians Colorado 7146 Idaho 1248 Montana r 9371Theprairies has received large bOdies of Kentucky immigrants The census of 1900 showed that there were then of Kentucky birth apart from those of Kentucky parentage In Iowa 9060 Kansas 31304 Nebraska 6211 Okla homa 11715 The border States are peopled heavily from Kentucky Illinois having 62299 Indiana 78551 Missouri 88241 OhitI 54464 Tennessee 36052 West Virginia 10867 born in this State New York has a native Kentucky element of 5632 Shall We All Die of Thirst v After telling of the gradual drying up of the great lakes and rivers all over the world in an article in Chambers Journal J T Whitby continues Everywhere in our own country as U in others water springs are giving out and water beds drying up slowly per baps out surely The increase of population and the modern system of drainage have of course a great deal to answer for but much of the drought is undoubtedly caused by the rapid destruction of timber on all sides for trees not only attract rain clouds but preserve the moisture of the soil While it is impossible for puny man to control the geological period through which we are passing and characteristic would beaC whoseI somethe gradual 1woulddisagreeable moment of a world with out water as far as possible by the better preservation of our woods and forests and the persistent replanting of trees Grave Trouble foreseen tell1thato Clay N Y did She says I had neu myhearteat I was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters I found t what I needed for they quickly relieved eakII Haydon druggist at 50 centla bottle and Pennsylvania 4178 The Southern States have drawn liberally from Kentucky Texas 47332 Indian Ternto 8 622 Arkansas 20641 Iissi siP 5D05 Virginia 5660 Faroff frigi Minnesota has 3 144 native Kentuckians to tfarm their fellowcitizens into th real joys of life Wisconsin 1903 Michigan 2669 1New England has Kentucky blood mprove its old Puritan stock jchusettsis proud of her 1021 hall Maine of her 80 Hampshire of her 58 Connecticut anld theeit numbers are con paratively the New England Kentuckian does not fail de pend on it to make himself EeltonIelection day The Vermont Hampshire contingents make it possib to run Democratic tickets in the States Thus they could not be spar indefinitely We cannot at all events spare any of them from Louisvilles fiomecoming reek Ohio Illinois Indiana a Missouri will send thousands Eve State will seek to be represented T guests on our hands will be in number than the Confederate hosts They are our kith and kin The old gladdelst all the wanderers again to her bosom In that home all returning1 childrdn be stronglshall j A Milk Thief t Harrodsbiirg Herald David Yocum who lives on the Johnson place near Curdsville had remarkable experien with a cow sucking snake last week He has a fine cow whichwas in the habit of giving a gallon and ahalf oft good rich milk morning and evening Suddenly from no apparent cause the milk began to diminish until the fatni vasIin the habit of lingering in a certain part of the paste each day and Mr irocu n thought he would watch to find out who was stealing his milk The other morning he discovered a huge aroundIing a post mortem he found the snake had breakfasted off of seventeen guinea eggs and about a gallon of new milk But the strangest part of the circumstance was the grief and distress of reptifriendregularly to the spot where IIbawlcalf Gradually her gri f lessened unrtil quantity andkeep will youtno a rule to keep Chamberlains Coli hanaknows I C J Haydon druggistg Wreck Of The Sultana An Interesting Bit of Civil War History Written By One of The Few Who fcscaped A Terriffic Explosion in Which About 2000 People Lost Their Live Reproduced 1JrOn the evening of the 26th of April 11S6L splended steamer was laying at the wharf in front of the city of Mem i phis Her decks were thronged with a vast concourse of soldiers each ani mated With the pleading thought Homeward remem bered that the long struggleas close that battles sieges and marches were things of the past and that they should soon lay aside the trappings of war an mingle in society with friends and rela tives from whom they had long bee separated us give these men more than 1mere passing notice They are there n of the fix great common wealths of Michigan Ohio Pennsylvania Indiana Kentucky and Tennes see who had some three years before when the tocsin of war rang out over our beloved land exchanged the peaceI ful pursuits to which they had trained and gone forthwith high resolve and strong arms to do battle f the flag arid the union they laved so t well Behold them now as they standI the decks of this floating Ion are no longer strong aJ they used be Many of them have suffered from wounds and all of them have been inmates of southern prisons Their steps are np longer elastic and their whole aspect proclaims the sufferings they have endured The sun now sinks behind the western hills and the shades of night shut out the scene from view except toward the city where artificial light supplies the place of the great luminary of day and gives the city at once a beautiful a imposing appearance An hour or two passes which is whiled awaf in happy conversation by these bravemen when all retire to heir va rious resting places and everything sinks into profound repose The freigryit a me tdF of An hour has pass e reney thousands Jf brave men sleeping on her broad decks andshe has reached a point some nine mil explosiba n capablew ofithelwoundedto and fro in an agony of fear Now the tire mounts up through the passage made by the exit of the exploded boiler blolefroedn1 heat mighty lississippi The waiter was one of the last to leave the burning boat and never rihis wiheopini n did human eyes tool upon ilI w re men whq before this had faced death conceivIableshape s Pthat ever vibrated on human ears ButI they were beyond the reach of human aidand He who was alone able to save fit in His infinite wisdom to Ithemsaw There was thi steamer in flames which but a few moments before was proudly beari us up the river all around it out in t river were those who but a short ti ago were quietly sleeping on its decks and perhaps dreaming of loved ones at Iiceere was on guage and near him another who was commending his spirit to the Great Ruler of the universe The cries of the drowning and the roar of the flames as they leaped heavenward made tip a scene seIya scene that the most vivid imagination can not paint in words yet grand afldI terrible sublime and indescribable I have often been asked how I ma my escape and as it might be of terest to some one I will answer it here I was sleeping on the upper dec kest again t the pilot house When arousedI the fir tTthlng I heard was for all to rcImai quiet until they could run the boatI ashore But in a very short time the boat was burning rapidly and a panic seized most of those on board and each seized anything that he thought would float threw it into the river and jump after it I remained until most of t men had left the boat and as I had never learned to swim you will realize that my position was not an enviable one I believed that my time had come when I must bid farewell to all earthly thing- Death was sure and in a short time that if I remained on the boat There was a possibility but no probability of escape if it left it But the thought of being burned to death was too horrible to contemplate and I pulled a window in tche swung on the outside of the Boat But when I ot opposite the cabin window the fire K I thatiOn coming to the surface I was seized bysome man and after a considerable struggle with him I released myself and a trunk This soon floatedintothe wheelhouse and E let it adshort time the wheelhouse burned loose and fell over into the river just as a djhouse would turn on its side Of about men who were in it I think I Hawas picked up Majorland Lieutenant SUrber of the Sixth Kentucky Cavalry They had by their braverj and frankness won the esteem and confidence of the whole regiment Especially is this true of Fiddler who thougha lion in battle possessed all orthe attributes of the Christian gentle man After the explosion he said to Captain McCown Mac J want you wasIto the Captain a young lady approached the edge of the boat and exclaimed My mother Oh my riotiassistance so he quickly sprang after her and that was the last seen of either of them Captain Parrish and Lieu tenant Surber also perished but whether by droning or the explosion is un knbwn At Iengtli the dawn of the 27th herd aided by the sweet voices of the feathered songsters made its appearance Ere long the great luminary of the day rises majestically above the eastern horizon But the melody of the forest songsters falls unheeded on the ears of 1500 of our companions The sun which they saw sink behind the west ern hills list evening is not hailed by sleepIIb prospect will cause them to iJtheon till the trumpet of the Lord shall presenceIfFather of Waters is their shroud their coffin and their grave W S COLVIN Related to me by Captain McCown Gamblingat State Fair jNo z Theremin be no gambling allowedat the big Kentucky State Fair to be held Lexington September 1823 The Board of Control is endeavoring to place the fair on the highest possible plane and hence declined the of large monetary offers for numberI privileges which were This announcement will be greeted twith pleasure and approval by the people of the whole State Some pre vious fairs held in Kentucky and even LexipgIgambling features that could not be regardedotherwise than as reprehensi ble and this decision of the Board of Control not to allow any such devices on the grounds of the State Fair will exhemeThere will however be plenty of sources of varied amusement The at traction of the Heck Worlds Fair Pike Carnival Company are of a high greataest interest features that are cartain to appeal to all that attend the fair There is marked diversity between the various shows of this company All are clean moral and high toned Sev eral of them are shows that were among the most sac essful given on the Pike during the Worlds Fair at St Louis last summer and will be re prpduced at Lexington exactly as given at St Louis Dussn band of fortyodd pieces will also be a feafureof inter It is one of the greatest musical aggregations ever gotten together the hobby ofa man of millions wholeads a band because he loves it more than any other occupation in which he could en gage The people if the State with one ac fcord Will approve of the decision to allow no gar tiling at the State Fair andliebundantly supplied in much more healthy ways Nothing on theM rket Equal to Chamberlains Colic Choler and Diarrhoea Remedy druggistsagive their cu itomers this preparation when the ties is asked stlinsays There is nothing on the market to the way of patent medicine whicfi of deDtnrrhthispreparationgist n 1 L IYOUR WINTER C O A L I jIj h f Now is the time to give us your orcer You know we handle the best HMcClureWeIIs The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement etccomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been YeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world li If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine arunninThisbuQginiISand Wickedness McCiure Wells SprinfIJj Kf Ii + z X i Springfield Roller MillshJ I i+ + + tPride OfWSShingtoni cc iitfitThe above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers it e i i I Sp ringflefd Roller Mills fIf T II Notice T- oWOMEN 1 8 l II 1 I haylot of PICKLING VINEGAR at 40c a pll GUARANTEED TO KEEP ANYTHING Underwood Hams and Breakfast Bacon IThe Best Packed I JUST RECEIVED ANOTHER BARREL SWEET PICKLES T Tfi Irvine McElroytr f141 141 4 T Farm For Sale We have for sale a farm in the Lit sey section of Washington county 100 cres land74 acres bottom land and 30 acres hill land all good New two house good tabacco barn Closs a school house and church Plenty stock water and an abundance for purposes Will sell on easy Call upon or address E J PINKSTON r R M THOMPSON fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and trying to sell imitations of Consumptioncines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steel ing the reputation of remedies which diseseforLookforimitations yCi ia v THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 J905 3 111 J j i t Commissioner Sale MONDAY AUGUST 28 1905 KentuckyDaric EquityChasBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on the 2Sth day of August 1905 at 2 oclock p m or thereaboutbeing County Court day to the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit ot six and twelve propertyA certain house and lots in the town of Springfield Washington county Ky and bounded on the south by High byMainnorth by an alley of said town and on ThompsonBrown fronting on High street la poles and extending back northerly between parallel lines par lel with Main Cross beitgJotstown recorded in the office of the Clerk of Washington County Said property wil 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 as to realize the most money For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C WC C t Commissioners Notice All persons having claims against estate of Dr DO Polin deceased ar notified to present same properly proven before me by September 1st 1905 Beginning August 16th I will in my until September 1st to receive such claimsI M G LEACHMAN Master Commissioner Georgzco revenue agent to turceed A 11 Harri son of Lexington t 5 j 25Per Off on = = = = On hcIA JO Days Sale Great S- eI Every article of clothing in the has received a 25 per cent cut We must have room for very heavy fall purchases the slaughter j House Full of Other Bargains ooNegligee Shirts GRUNDY1 j t 4 e Commissioners Sate yAEquityThosBy virtue of judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the May term 1905 in the tolofferin Springfield Ky on 28 3905 at 2 G clock pm or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six twelve and eighteen proP1Istump corner to Shewmaker near a branch thence up the brunch and part of the vay with an old stone fence as follows N17 E12 poles N 8J E 8 poles N 2SE 10 N 231 EI12 poles N 32 E 2bpoles N 36J E 12 poles N 29 E 38 poles 14 16 poles N 1J W 16 poles N9 EI 3 35 poles to a beech stump the 56kWberrY corner to Perkins and Keel 81linksthence N 83J W 24 poles along a branch thence down N 83Yo JO poles thence N 72 W 81 poles to a stone on larger branch thence down said branch S 33 J W3 uridJetthencesaid branch thence S 29 W 13 poles 201acra stone thence S 27 W 4525 polesIto a black walnut corner also acre tract and Mrs Potts tract at aI branch thence down branch 3313 W 36 poles S 34i W 19 poles thence S 1315ea in ters line thence wit i his line S 87 E 139 poles to the beginning containing 120J acros purchasertbearinglceffecteIp theseIYou will probably MEET many People at the Fair but I want toT MEALjH YOU FOR THE FAIR M E A T house hence MONDAY AUGUST Beef Steak Beef Roast Soup BonesTPork Chops and Roasts Lamb and Mutton Veal Coun try Ham and Bacon Dqnt get confused one is MEET the other MEATT M E A Gil F CARPENTERr Cent CLOTHING 1you Straw Hats at CosJ 1 Niqe line to select from 11 MclNTIRE j a a WORK iUDNERVES 1 HANDICRAFT SANATORIUM POSt RUNDOWN PATIENTS r A Unique Massachusetts Institutio Offers Congenial Employment as Cure for Nervoiis ness Marblehtjad MassrThe therapeutic value of interesting manual work for tired brains has long been recognized Two Marblehead physicians who have disIeases tablishing in this seasid town an Arts and Craftssanatorlum They had long meld hat rest treatment is often innviae tor t ose suaer1 ing from nervouS breakdonn because InInerves The beginning of the sanatorium was housejYacht club at Ma its work shop headquarters Yeea dozen or more patients are regularly to be found or another of the pUruingtnt lJyt le sannloriunu The of the house i nothingjOn the piazzas whjch uQswoptby the tonic breezes ofthe harbor and in front of which y cars continually pass the paileius siaj several hoitm a day helpMpatients us Jewie Luihor whocon trols the jteelin Scarf part of th keeps a watchfiil eyellissLuthergut her thtinin U Hull houso Chip cao T nourishmentIslightest Indication tuU a worker is bocomlijg overtired it1s tnctfaily su- getted that sbt rest for awhile the wry tying rufm utMttibii InI books ma axinoh daily ChAins nndI Itborne jlthomor Mlsa lutlKir encolirugos the pa bent to uhdcrti ice only the slinplotit Hurts however because It would be j easy to overwork at the big oldfash ioned looms with which the shop Is equipped The rut a made here are very beautiful Mid are much ifi de mend north ahpre people having dis covered that they need only send the dimensions and color scheme desired to be supplied promptly with artistic and charactbristic floor The lierringboio countErpanesand the Swedish table covers lurnod out hors arc thoroughly JUtlnctivc nlsOtioI much so Indeed hut the of the handcraftsanptorlurirnrf now eagerly sought for at tho arts and crafts shops j polJC3sometimes called should not In uense bea play shop but that anyI products should always be of the ter sort To this end trained work ers who should also be teachers and active producers were employed The patients are mostly clever per sons and In a short time they become good workers It is noped therefore that besides helping a great many nervous Invalids the school will soon make a widely known name for itself unljerthe system has been found especially applicable The relief of work with the hands Is under these conditions indescribably great A number of the neighborloodshop and Ita ideals that they drive cover each morning to share in the instruction r The House Over the Sea is now a shop merely None of the patients lives idormitoryplace where the work is done so that when the few hours allotted to It are over the patient may take rest or rec reation In a different atmosphere Men as well as women are now en toying the recuperative effects of life In this unique sanatorium They became especially interested in woodcarving carpentry and pottery soon c9mjng to do good work in these crafts although of course their early tasks are simple Old Horse at Funeral Isaaciwrberequesttistj years of age and wfcich has served hint faithfully nearly iL that firne accompany his body to the grave Thin request was cumpHed with at the funeral when the old horse drew a carriage filled with coral emblems sent in honor of Ills dead master to the Odd Fellow cemetery where inter cient took place LifsSavers Record Keeper hearse of the Nauset life savin station who has resigned the plae ate has held with honor for ne rII ly 0 ycars has a rare record 1711Insurf with ropes and small boats near Ftaton loIn a Ufo within tho province of Kis r ItAnexitIe a proper selection It must of coarse be finderstootl In this connection that such thlnp u bow lei and cross niRICHEST MEN ARE YANKEES Much Wealth That Has Been Piled Up In America Goes tot England resi1LondonTho richest men now dent In EnuUm are Americans ilkctWilliam Waldorf Astor Charles Yerkua Michael P Grace Anthony J Drexol recta other whou made their pile in America The annual report of tho income tax collectors shows that In iSrtll thero vore only 20 men In Great Britain whose Incomes ox1 ceded 250000 a year These 20 paid Income taxes aggregating nearly sal 000000 More than 4t000 persons paid income tax upon n gross assessment of about 1000000000 Corporations chartered under English laws paid Income tax on a gross assessment of about 51150000000 More than 18000 persons paid come tax on Incomes l etween JSOO and 1000 a year Om 428 persons paid Income tax on incomes of between 25000 and 50000 year Two hun dred persons were rich enough to pay on annual Incomes of between 550000 and 250000 In Ireland there Is cnly one Irishman who paid tax on an incomo of more than 5250000 a year TneTrtsessors placed his exact income at 390000 a year This millionaire Irishman oftcourse Is a rcerLord Ardilaun head of the Guinness brewery Altogether 19855 Irishmen paid taxes upon total Incomes of 523OwOCOO Flogged For Disorderly Conduct Spencer Courier For some time a gangofnalfgrown negro boys have School Booksr 1 J AT fiHaydonsStore Below you r will find the cost and x hange price of the si the Seadoption l RejblK Exchange 051McGuffe 22KaysRays Modern Intellectual Arithmetinr 29 JO J2RaysNat ral Primary Geography urJ 48 20 40Longs03LongsHarvey New Language Lessons J2Jo 512 20Maxjwell 1I35Kinkeads 22RatiCASHDo not ask credit for school books yoja will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOO S WILL BE CHARGED I C11 J Haydon 1 been in the habit of congregating on Main street at night and making life miserable for those living on that thoroughfare by boisterous and disorderly conductshouting singing etcuntil patience has ceased to be a virtue Friday night the Rev G C Overstreet before whose residence about a dozen of the gang had gathered brought matters to a focus by telephoning for Marshal Jewell When that officer appeared on the scene the negroes fled to cover not hesitating upon the order of their going but scurrying like chickens for shelter when a black shadow floats above them Their speed was augmented by a shot in the air They remained in hiding for several days but one by one Marshal 3eweHf gathered them in arjd on Monday Geo Ke f rid Arthur lIc comer George- Smith Jim and Lewis Downs Marion Irvin and Miller WiDiaijns whose ages range from twelve to sixteen years appeared before judge Shindler for theJcidencecosts against each of the culprits but agreed t6 suspend judgmerif provided their parents would administer a sauna orlMa1Shall ofgoodMiller punishment Williams wro preferred payment A dall Back to BoyhoodII Sioux City Journal Maybe you thinks ow u wi11not go to tho cirrus but ttTIthat it will thetbig tot It is true that a strip of doesnt make u very effective cushion for haul board Two hours is t a ton time to sit even in a reserved tsentAnd the performance is likely to beery i v similar to the one you saw test year las all right tor mother and tin children to go if they onjoy that sort of things They can go with the neigh bors and you devoutly hope theyll have a good time Thats about the way you feel this morning isnt itstaid man of business But you havent yet got a whiff of the circus day atmosphere Vaittill you get down town and see what an early start your friends from the country have made on what is to- eb a Solid day of enjoyment Wait till you bump into the man with the and ed blue balloons the man with the lemo and the man with the wienies Wait till the sound of the band draws you to the window and holds you while tie glittering gorgeousness o parade goes by Thats the time that many sensible resolutions on th circus proposition go to pave the ho place The whole business is a callback to boyhood It is a call that al ways thrills Wow Just listen to th can v almost sic you hastening home to lunch and telling the folks that you guess youll have to go along and look after the children yourself An it will not hurt you either r aaaaooaooaaTHE FIRST io n s National Bank I7 Q tFaa- a SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY t0 CFCAPITAL 50000 0 Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 ala aOFFICERS a DL P nQ JohaVT tfe Vfer Pr seat A c JicDz Ck biss IrR CMa Arc tcwerR edict Bo1d ar DIRB TOE n e B L J R b fuGrem D F X X =ie JDOO PoBn ct We grant every favor eonsisf en GI0O bank we invite your tronngeIe oaeoeoeoeae eoeoooaeop J SEE R is Naliey THE UPTODATE BARBER cortCLEAN Shop in Searey BmWingL ooooeoaoeaeoaQeoQ HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmarsjl Springfield Kentucky Yhonel5 J VIe carry in stock a fuft featt of BtieJ Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped 4 It wilt be our earnest endeavor tq shdw the people every kidnees i Chamberiains i QOIJ oaeocoorta COLIC CHOLERA AND Diarrhea Remedy remedynInvarlab1y tack of diarrhea epidemicssuccess depetttdedfattacks of cramp cello and col morbaae fortinfantnm in children and is ho means of savingthe lives ohour yeare water adsweetened itis leasant to take Every mUD o a fami1lhH1 keep remedy ia his kew Buy it now It snapson lifeL lfluIdMb For sale by C J Ba7dos Spri44i loL 4 a f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday August 23 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY t SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLL R JtEntered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter 4 TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 r TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION 5100raftThree Months h 2 changedalwayslde yonWish OCIATICTlCKET JCDGE B L IItsey MapesCorer ClaybrookcSHERIFF Rcp BushJAILER MitchellDeputyCOROKER J M Montgomery In view of the fact that the editor is away this week we the devil take this method of calling your attentidg to the neat ap pearance of this issue of The Sun Aint she Ir beautn CARDWELL We had a fine rain last week and crops are looking fine Grass is good and weeds are high Mr and Mrs R A Willham visited at W L Grahams Sunday BornTo the wife of Erastus Young on the 17th a boy Both baby and Erastus are doing well onfif17th a boy Miss Effie Anderson who has been spending the week with Mrs Alirkin has returned to her home at BattleMessrs E T Perkins and R A Willham attended the Lawrenceburg fair last week Miss Lulie Trent is spending this week with Mrs Wain Burnes at Battle Mrs Erastus Sims spent Saturday night with Mrs E T Perkins Rev E W Sims will erect a large tobacco barn this week to enable him to house his entire crop which is a good one The sheep buyers of this place have about 500 head on hand for sale You can get choice Prices right Mrs Sarah Ruby of Battle visited her mother Mrs Mobley Sunday Mrs W G Sims visited near Spring field last weeknRev Dunn will hold a meeting at Battle commencing this week This will make the fourth protractedmeet ing at that church since May Mr Ed Masters is out again after having three ribs broken We would like to hear from the Jen eon correspondent once more The noted stallion Mambrino Boy is dead at Magaw Stock SaleS W L Graham bought a black jack 15 hands high from L D Duggans price private W L Graham from B F Lawson thirty ewes at 415per head H J Brown horse 60 H J Brown to T1 Brown two weanling mule colts 125 E G Holliday bought 204 sheep price unknown Perkins R Brown yearling colt from J Reynolds J50 E T Perkins from J Wood two shoots at 6 cents sold same to J Gard e ser at 6J cents Jerry Adkerson fro- mCR Lay eight shoats average weight sixtyfive pounds at 5J cents W L Graham to Missouri parties five yearold jack at a fancy price E G Holliday received a lot of lambs here Monday at 560 per hundred E T Perkins from J Adkerson a bunch cf shoats at 6 cents W L Graham to R S Worner twentysix ew sat 450 per head and twentyfive wes to E W Sommerset 450 perh TATHAM SPRINGS Mr and Mrs Clarence Ashby of Greens chapel visited here Sunday Ivan Phillips and Miss Annie Royalty attended church at Rock Bridge Sun day Mr and Mrs Ivan Carey visited at Willisburg Sunday t herefSunday afternoon firQuitea number of young people of this place attended church at Fairview nightU Keeling and daughter here Friday Mr Jonn Hale of Camden was in town Wedne- sdayIL I REV JOHN PAUL ROACH O P Who Has Been Transferred From Saint Rose Convent To Somerset Ohio The transfer of Father Roach from Kentucky to Ohio will be deeply regretted by his many friends not only in the parish where he has labored so fruitfully for the past six years but also by the citizens wjth whom he was a general favorite and a welcome guest Father Roach leaves here this week to continue in Ohio the work with which he has been identified since his ordina tionthe instruction of the Dominican npvites during their probationary term Heifound many warm friends With him will go the good wishes of thousands Catholic and Protestant alike IMOORESVILLE J iiM oe Settle fell from a straw rick one opiy last week and dislocated his ankle bone Mr Ben Pile lost a mule colt valued at 1Dr at Midway for severalweekshas returned to Louisville dMessrsand H H Yancy have completed their tobacco barns Mr J M Wall has built an addition to his barn in the shape of a shed Mr George Grigsby is having his house painted by Lawrence Trent and Albert Wall- Everybody talks telephone now but that doesnt put up the poles and J wires However agitation has been known to do much good along same JinesJEverybodyis housing tobacco this week The ice cream supper was a success about 65 being realized notwithstand ing a heavy shower fell during the cv ning There were several scribes in greatly1enjoyed Mrs James Hawkins and two daugh ters accompanied by her niece from Danville are visiting Mr F M Carey of this place Mrs Thomas Wall sustained a very painful injury Saturday night while re turning from the ice cream supper at New Hope in a buggy with her two children The horse became unma- ageable the buggy was overturned and Mrs Walls collar bone was broker Shsuffers intensely but it is hoped she will speedily recover The children escaped unhurt Mr Reid of Sharpsville is visiting the family of J 1 Royalty Mrs James Wall and daughter Miss Lelie were in town shopping Friday Severalof our boys were in Wood IMessrsand Jessie Crume attended church at Poplar Flat Sunday morning herlicousinGrove Several Woodlawri citizens attends- the ice cream supper Saturday night McINTIRE Mr P A McIntiresold to Mr Ruck Brent of Botland four feedingmules and took in Exchange one combined mare but we failed to learn the terms of the trade Mrs Nannie Edelen and son Master accompaniedbyWright of Danville visited their uncle Hillory Mclntie and family and Saturday onFridayI Mrs Haydon of Chicago week at this place the guest f her daughter Mrs Mannie Alvey- Miss Annie Cecil of Louisville is visiting relatives in this community Miss Eliza Hagan of Springfield is visiting Mrs P A McIntire Miss Teresa Blandford of Louisville is the pleasant guest of relatives here Miss KateShanahan visited in Lebanon Sunday Miss Emma Ensor of Springfield after a visit to her grandparents and Mrs JU B Ensor has home JM sses Susie and Flora Keene at eHow iJe are glad to report that little Miss Lettie Keene who has been very sick Of UX for some days is much better and MrsJoseph Willett gave the young folks a moonlight dance on lest Wednesday night which vips reportIaid all in their power to make the occa aeon a pleasant one Misses Edna and Annie Edelen gave a very enjoyable entertainment on younglfriendsserved and a very pleasant evening was spent by all Dr E L McIntire andwife of Frederickstovvn were guests of vela lives here last week i SYCAMORE VALLEY A great many of ourpeople are going to the fair this week preparingdrawnhope she will be successful hisjSunday We were sorry to hear of the Beat JimSuttoSeveral n al at Hillsboro T W Sutherland and wife have r turned from a visit to relatives in Anderson county teachingIparents at burg last week Mrs Annie Godby and children spent Thursday night with Mrs W Sutherland VALLEY HILL W F Moran is on thesick list Mrs Willard Thompson and her Springfielwere j Wednesday IIMiss Pearl Goatley attended the In at Springfield last week weredHurbqrt Virgin has been hauling rock atlaudbarn Miss Rebecca Me Whorter visited fri Saturdayijtfiss Mrs SaturdayM at Brush Grove Sunday Quite a number from this place at tended the ice cream supper at New HopeS tur y nightQThe farmers are having some trouble readyforseem to be enough carpenters to sup ply the demand Eclipse of Sun August 30 Springfield people rising at 5 oclocK on the morning of August 30 and trying to see the sun will find the moon in their way The eclipse will be only partial in this section hpwever Half of the sun will be ons red when it rises and the dark shadow will grow thendthe disc will be clear again f HILLSBORO Miss Pearl Barr of Springfield attended the singing at this place Sunday afternoon Miss Claudie Royalty returned to her home near Tatham Springs Sunday after a weeks stay with Mrs Annie Montgomery C The infant child of Mr and Mrs Jim Suttonwas buried at this place Sunday J M Shields and Ethie Coulter were the guests of Mrs Mar shall Keeling Sunday Mr James A Coulter and wife spent Sunday with Mr Loy Mattingly and wifeRev W Hi William of Springfield sep1temberan Corn ishville are visiting at the home of L S Dean Olive Sutton of Willisburg spent several days with Miss Hattie Settle last week Several from this place attended meeting at Glens Creek Sunday night J M Montgomery and F G Noel attended the lodge n eeting at Springfield Monday night Mr Bud Gillespie of Harrodsburg visited relatives at th s place Sunday The singing at this place is progress ing nicely and Hillsboro will soon have a singins class of its ojwn small Too A warnmgd1IMothers with of the against bowel troubles Asa rule it is only necessary to give the child a dose of castor oil to correct any disorder of the bowels Do not use any substitute but give the oldfashioned castor oil and see that it is fresh as rancid oil nause ates and has a tendency to gripe If giveChamberlainsrhoea Remedy and then a dose of cas checkedinThe castor oil and this remetlY should beprocured once and kept ready for instant use as soon as the fi indica tion of any bowel trouble appea s This is the most successful treatmen known impJicitIKentucky Fair Date ysBardstownFlorence August 304 days daysGlasgow daysHenderson daysOwensboro Norman E Roberts under arrest at Chicago is said to have merchants in tweniyone cities ont of thou sands ofedoltars READ THISs Ehused r Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery in my family and cancheer re ommen to suffering from troublee A Texas Wonderfj One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes emisEsions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be OneIPi forI THE BIG STORE HAWard c ToT Well People ft THE BO STORE I AROUSE 5 BROTHERS High Art Clothes Are the 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 long wear Wf have left a Few Extreme Mice Things In TwoPiece Silts in sees and Crash Strictly UptcDate Styles i New Stock of- Mens Shirts 9 Collars Neckwear Underwear Hosier Gloves Handkerchiefs Suspenders Umbrellas Etc Etc 1PRICES RIGHT We handle the most com plete stock of mens furnishings in Central Kentucky THE BIG STORE Best Sole Agents Per the Sre- atWALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN PRICESt 8350 and rS4 j AH the Newest Shapes hi any Kiri ef Lealther Try one of our uSpecialj Stiff Hats in the New Block Price 300 Any size These Hats are Es pecially for us and are guaran teed to wear If you desire a suit made to your measure we would like to have your order which willreceive the most careful attention We guarantee to fit and please you t Robertson Brothers We have many things tot ell besides quinine and a suchbitte r things Dont think weare most happy when you are sick Of course if you must be sick we should like to sell Yyou Your medisines and fIil your prescriptions but we have a- thousandanon things that you need besides medicines Come in and see whatwe have for the com fort and convenience of the well Red + Drug StoreSMOCK t MAYDOMlftOPIIETAs ii THE FAIR AUGUST 23 24 25 26t t c i zTHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 t 5 J J 104 f tjA S ABSOLUTE FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF I SUMMER s GOODSI4 For 30 Days Wash Goods 50c Mercerized Effects 30e 20c Wash Taffetas u u12 e 40c Embroidered Tissues 25- eI 15c Batiste lOc I 12hhc20c I 20c Embroidered Vbils 4 IlSc Voils t 12eI IOne Lot lien 100 Shirtsat 135cI Furnishing Goods ILadies Summer V ts5c 8c lOc and 15c s Ladies Pants 15c 20 and 25c I Ladies Muslin Skirts50c 75c 1 and up Ladies Gowns 75c 1 125 and up Ladies Black and Tan Dropped Stitch Hose I it t lOc 15c and 25c W sell our Wall at Half Price Dont miss this Wall We are great in Lace We offer to We Cash and will make to get it us trial v tIt I Hats For The Fair We have the latest things in Fall ReadyToWears Just the things to do the Fair in Call and see them KNOTT T b rDo it fair Stick blpe ng at John C Shader Next will be County court day will be day at A the fair Jell0 Ice Cream Powders at John CI Shaders new in Music 25 cents E M RusselL Little Boy Called Japs is great Try it EM Russell Old thebest coffee on earthI at John C Shaders If you have anything out of repair 9 dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office HAMS T Cox Co want to buy a lot of coun try hams Three sheets of fly paper for five cents at John C Shaders HAMS WANTED FT Cox Co want to buy a lot of country hams and fruit jars rubbers and extra tops at John C Shaders up with sawing and if anyone wants sawing done T can come at once Write D Kyr1 is singing H Under th Shade of the Old Apple Tree You Russelllr3 In to a of Summer Goods and room and Winter goods we are now receiving v for the next 30jlays we will regardless of cost- A J j sc HATS for the fair and fall wear just in Mrs Kate Vii liams r have on hand a of nice skirts which I below cost on next and Mrs Kate large weeks ago can have her by for this notice and her keep ST The Nelson gair at Bards town 30 and 31 and 1 and 2 will be better than usual large crowds and new Go and enjoy MULES G Fox Co will be in Ky on Court 28th 100 mule colts and 50 The Club will play club on the Graded School here next Ad for 25 cents In an amateur game of the home the Juniors de feated the Juniors by a score of 14 to 5 Mr Glave will havea public sale of cattle on 6 Read the in this paper There will be next and night by the pastor Rev at the c arch All are invited to at tend Hager has G Speer of to b agent te succeed AM Harri son of j T f z af at Summer Clothing r And e Paper except Paper Carpets Rugs Window Shades Curtains special GASH buyers prices a before buying Local Notes todaythe Monday Tomorrow childrens Everything Honesty Springfield Springfield Pintquart halfgallon S Royalty Everybody order make make for Fall which make Ingrains offering News WANTEDF Readytowears T SKIRTSI number wilUsell Friday Saturday Williams sowTnamej tomy Owner paying LOGSDON County August September Larger premiums attractions yourself WANTED B Springfield County dayMonday August 1905to- buy yearlings Springfield Baseball thGreensburg grounds Tuesday nrssion everybody baseball playedoh grounds yesterday afternoon Springfield Lebanon Goddard Harrodsburg thoroughbred Shorthorn September advertisement services Sabbath morning TDr Latimer Prfesbytifian cordially Auditor appointed George Anderson county revenue Lexington We 0 i 0 tt i I Personal Notes I S Visitors In and Out of TownA 0- RoundUp of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0IThe Dreams Ahead Edwla Carlisle Litoe in the HotifKkwMHrl What wquld we do in this world Qf ours Wer it not for the ahead For thorns are mixed with the bloom ing No matter which path we tread goalStretchingAnd ever he climbs with a hopeful soul With alternate smiles and tears upThroughWhen his fight lips are pressed to the worm woods cup And clouds shut out the light estateToTo some its a dream of a truce with Fate In a constant search for health To some its a dream of home and wife To some its a crown above The dreams ahead are what make each life The dreams and faithand love TlIr C W Hagan was in Lebanon Shaker Robertson was in Lebanon yesterday fMr Paul Azbillfo- Columbia spent here- jrGreen Jones of Louisville is here this week Miss Lizzie Waters is visiting friends in Bardstown HonV D Claybrooke was in Lebanon yesterday Mrs William Durrett Was in Bards town last week Miss Marie Barber was in Louisville last week Mr T Scott Mayes was in Louis ville last week Lawrenc9burgMr t B Blandford of Pineville is visiting relatives here Miss Amy Spaulding of New Hope is visiting friends here eMr AG Kimball attended the fair weeki a and 18 Suit- s125O J 1650 Suits 9115O 1500 Suits 91O Mr WL Smith oif Louisville is here this week to attend the fair Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon spent several days here last week Mr of Cairo ill is here for a visit to his par Mrs l H Edelen of is visiting relatives here BardstoJ1r Jojhn R Knott of is visiting relatives here this Mr Wathen Simms who has been ill of typhoid fever is doing nicely Miss Marie Edmonds of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Annie McElroy Mr and 1rsGeorge of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mr Harvey Sweeney of Lebanon is visiting latives here Mr Stith Thompson of Indianapolis Ind is here on u visit to relatives Mr James Wharton of Louisville is visiting his parents here this week Mrs C A Greenly entertainedat euchre and flinch Tuesday afternoon Miss Lela Maurel of Louisville is KingIn ville Ind is visiting Miss Willie Knott Mr Emmett F McEIroy of Kan sas City Mo is visiting relatives here Mr John W Lewis and daughter Miss Mary were in Lebanon list week Mrs fM K Roberts has returned from a visit to her mother at Cincin Mr Morrie Durrett has returned home after a ten lays stay ait Tatham Springs + rr JirMrreturned from a visit to relatives at Samuels Miss Gill of Nashville Tenn is visiting at the home of Mr J RBar ber near town Miss Lucie Selecman is spending a few days with her sister Mrs E Carl Litsey at Lebanon Mrs Fanny Cleveland of Nicholas ville is visiting the family of W H Cleveland near town Mr JE Thompson of Pittsburg Pa was called here last week by the death of his mother Mr and Mrs John DHardinof Knoxville Tenn are hereon a visit to Mr Hardins parents L r P r r For- 30Days tIf7QIiWash Goods j All 35c tOe and 50c White Goods 30c 12Jc apd 15c Zephyr Ginghams 12ic Percales All 65c and 75c Wool Dress Goods 54inch Wool Dress Goods 46inch Mohairs colored and Mohairs 50c One Lot lens 50c and 75c Shirts at 25c I Low Shoes Mens S5 Patent Leather Oxfords S8SO Mens 4 Russia Oxfords m 300 j Boys 3Patent Leather Boys 250 Russia Ladies 350 Patent Ladies 250 Russia OxfordsI98lIe-ns Ladies and Childrens Canvas Oxfords less than cost will everything in Department opportunity on inducements and inducements want Give t 4 I Cunninghama Duncan Springfield f FairOfCO SAWINGWANTiDIam Have Too Oo0o00oCto0tFO0 o dreams flowers 1750 inLois1ville DillarKSTapp ntsJ Mr CincinnatiI Greene ntitii weeks J 33inch OxfordsS25O OxfordsSL98Oxfordsm24S K THE cleanup prices ItsRAyA Much Offer 111 black75e IursJamesL Wharton i and sons rge were in Louisville the first of the week Mr Nick Ray formerly of Springfield now a resident of Lebanon was here the first of the week rMisses Dorothy and Annie McEIroy a great many ot their friends last Friday evening Miss Jennie McCabe and little sis ter Elise have returned home after a visit to friends in Winchester Mrs J R Claybrooke Jr is very ill at the home of her Mr and Mrs A L Litsey neartownIIRev Father spent several days Henhesy this and last week Misses L ula and Pearl Young who havej been visiting their parents here have returned to Somerset t Mrs Lum Abell who has been vis iting relatives at Cleveland 0 for the past two months has returned home Mesdames M L Durrett and Mary C Ragsdale visited at the home of Mr Thomas Smith at Bardstown last week Misses Bertha Tong and Blanche Carrico are visiting the latters sister Mrs Garland Thompson in Louisville this week Misses Julia Cooper of Lebanon and Mary Hundley of Stanford are the guests of Miss Elizabeth Leachman this week acceptedI a fromIMessrs M L and John Searcy were in Somerset the first of the week c0nIMayes W M Durrett and Misses Jennie croft Hadgie Biown Mary Sallie Cameo Catherine Russell Stella Simms Louise Metjley Marie Edmonds of Lebanon Ajmie McElro Martin Florance Lyon of Lexington Eunice ONan Naomi Rogers and irGeorge Wharton composed a party to r Tatham Springs last Saturday Public Sale of Household Goods On Friday September 1 at 1 oclock p m I will offer to the highest bidder at public auction my house hold and kitchen CANTER Freak Cornstalk remarkable instance of freak IA is shown ina stalk of corn on Mrs L M McLaughJins near townQY WilL Fitzgerald The stalk has bladeson only one side and these blades have grown together completeladderdownward weaving themselves with the next lower blade So skillfully are the ends joined together thtt they form a continuous growth miaperfect ladder of eight rounds r er PUBLICSA bs06J Aai It s0 ordr4 o iV LUABLE SPRING FIEL LE DAILIESlt dp l Il 4 1 Fridayd dos 9 qt4 F EI t dux Jo tOn the above date at 2 oclock p mr I will offer for ale to the highest and best bidder at my premises on Grundy avenue my house and lot and two choice building lots This house is new and one of the best constructed dwellings in town consisting of six rooms besides a bathroom with hot and cold water and one large clothing closet A brand new range and t 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 dayof sale FR HODAPP N A r 4 rIH ITUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 t BEING CONTROLLED For Several Days the Number of New Cfoes in New Orleans Showed a Decline THE DEATH LIST ALSO LOWER Comparisons With the Visitation ofI 1878 Shows There Is Xo Reason For Alarm This YearI Marine Hospital Surgeons Are Much More Hopeful Than They Were Two Weeks Ago When They Took Hold There New Orleans Aug 21 Following Is the official report up to 6 p m Sun day New cases 45 total cases to date 1385 deaths 4 total deaths to date 196 new foci ill total foci to date 306 cases under treatment 381 New Orleans Aug 1No better pvidence of the fact that the visita ton of mosquito feveris not only being controlled here but that there is a chance for its eradication can be 1 und than in the daily reports of cases and deaths For several days DOW the number of new cases has shown a decline while the number of deaths have been remarkably lower considering the number of cases re ported a week ago The death list Indicates that practically every case that develops is not being reported and that means that the modern meth od of treatment to prevent spread is being applied When that condition Is assured the end of visitation is in sight and It looks as if that condition Is approaching Comparisons with the visitation of 1878 show that there Is no reason for alarm in the present instance They prove that the disease is being controlled They also indi cate that if it had not been checked And controlled at the time that it was the epidemic this year would have been as serious as that xif 1878 i Four Deaths on While the marine hospital surgeons are not indulging in any comments they are more hopeful titan they were two weeks ago when they took hold of the situation In Sundays list of the jour deaths one was in the charity bospital one in the emergency hos pital and the other two down town A strict quarantine has been placed on the Bayou La Fourche settlement and several refugees cqming up the bayou in luggers have been turned tack Three of the six fever cases there died Friday Dr Gustine the health officer of Kenner reports five new cases nt Han- sn City in Jefferson parish making 14 all told in that settlement One new case developed at Sarpy tenc31Esboaraofbealth on the first appeal for help Surgeon Wasdin reports four new cases at Mississippi City with only nine cases under treatment Surgeon Guiteras who was sent tn Bayne to investigate the second case reported from there Sunday reported that it was net yellow fever Siicgeou White went to Mobile Sunday to have a cdnference with the Alabama state- health authorities IN CRAWFISH RIVERA 1 t Frank andlOldest JeffersonWis Aug 21 Frank Hall Iiis oldest daughter 14 and his oldest son 12 were drowned in the river about two miles from CrawfishI and his wife were on the while the two children were bathing The girl was in distress an9her laI ther rushed into thj river to rescue1 i her He succeeded in bringing her part of the way to shore when blc strength failed and he sank The son then made an attempt to rescue and- shared asimilar fate AN INCENDIARY FlREr Two Lives Were Lost in the Destruc lion of a Farm House Atlanta GaAug 21Two lives jere lost by a fir whic1 destroed arm house about three miles south east of this ity The did John fatthews aged about 00 years and R I Thompson both white The fire wllich otwpurr d about 3 oclock at night was supposed to have been of Jncpndiary origin and the crime is charged to a number of young boys A Destructive Storm St Cloud Mlnn AngiA storm passed over this cityvcausng many thousands of dollars V6ss Nearly 300 outhouses and shedswere blown down Three hundred shyde trees were uprooted and nearly 1000 panes of wind w glass broISTbFYeIIOW Fever In Mexico Medto City Aug 21The superior board of health officials report only four cases of yellow fever in the re public all being at Vera Cruz and com sdetely isolated There is not belle ed to be the slightest danger of the disease spreading Yellow Fever Patients Discharged Shreveport La Aug 21The two el1ow fever patients who have been at the detention camp for three weeks past were discoarged and leit Immedi ately for their homes in the north The detention camp is now entirely JI cant A Tramps Lecture IA tramp asked for a drink in a sa The request was granted and prCffeJedbeverage present exclaimed Stop makeus a speech It ispoor liquor that doseht unloosen a mans ntongue The tramp hastily swallowed down the drink and as the rich liquor coursed himseUlandand dignity that all his rags and dirt cdttld not obscure Gentlemen he said I look to night at you and myself and it seems to me I look upon the picture of my blighted manhood This bloated face was Once as handsome as yours This shambling figure once walked as proudly as yours for I waSa man in the world of men I too had a hong and friends and position I had a Wife as beautiful as an artists dream but I dropped the priceless pearl of he honor and respect into a cup of wine and like Cleopatra saw t dissolve then quaffed it down in4 the brimming draught I had children as sweet and pure as the flowers of spring and saw them fade and die under the plighted curse o a drunken father I Had a home where love lit the flame upon the altar and ministered before it but I put out the holy fire and darkness and desolation reigned in its stead I had aspirations and ambitions that soared as high as the morning star but I broke and bruised their beautiful forms and strangled them that I might hear their tdWithoutdren a tramp without a home and a man in whom every impulse is dead All have been swallowed up in the maelstrom of drink The tramp ceased speaking The glass fell from his nervous fingers and was shattered into a thousand frag ments on thefloor The swinging doors were pushed open and shut and When the little group looked up again the tramp was gone j ectcLg Alameda Cal Correspondence Los Angeles Times Dr Osl rs age theory will have no chance at all when the in vention recently Georg J Foster of 1310 Oakstreet comeS into general use Not only many men who have passed the fortyyear limit lift up their heads with hope but even the sexagenarians whom Dr Osfer relegates to the tomb may welcome Foster as their deliverer byIuse men him with barnyard fowls have con vincedhim that the properly elec trifled is of life so long thje1elixir sought for Coils of e were laid around the nests in his JifenhouseHi the current turned onrwhi2n the hens went to lay The result was qUIckly noticed From the time of t instanationof the elec tric wries the eggs took on a different property When eaten they acted like atonic Foster distributed the eggs to the aged of his neighborhood The effect was wondrous Dimmed eyes became tolonestraightened and soon in all the neighborhood there was neither an old man nor an old woman 4i Bycarefuiselectioh Poster had bred a race of fowls that are endowed with the electriclproperties from birth The wires are still kept around the nests however in order to sustain the high efficiency of the eggs Another virtue that he claims for andJare away from electrifiedeggs Would Save Money National Stockman The farmers and stock raisers of this country voukL i1Isome milk any steer or hojjfwill make sone meat any sheep will produce some kind off a lamp or sonic woolandany butIis an animal that does its part well We have seen hundreds of men laugh at and ridicule the horse that finished away in the rear of the race at the countYfair and a whole lot of thcsc samejmen were keeping cattle hots sheep and poultry that couldnt come within a mile of any good animal of theirclass because they were not bred right When we male fun of a man who goes to the raceslwitha slow horse let us think of man is raising scrubs for meat dairying without blood or breed horses that tire not intended for anything particulahr Poisons itt food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate Jin your food but someday you may a twinge of dys KingsNewall sickness due to poisons of undigested food or money back 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store Try them nm- I The Commonwealth ISLAIN ON HIS COUCH The Assassin Sneaked Upon theI Wealthy Kentuckian and FSred Lawrenc burg Ky Aug 2LOno of the most horrible murders ever committed in Anderson county was that of James York a wealthy resident who was shot to death at his home five miles southwest of this city He re niained alone at home all day whilc the other members ot the family at reIturn t e form of their aged kinsman was found on his couch where he lay sleeping when the deed was perpetrated The top of his hnad had been blown entirelioff and his left arm in rested was torn away doublebarrel shot gun was the weapon used and both loads took effect The weapon was evi dnntly fired from a dlstnceot six feet through an open door It is thought by some people that the deed was done for the purpose of robbery but the house was found to be fir perfect Qrder andthe small amount of money there was edt takes this opinion has boon disregarded by ninny and the general opinion now is that the murder was committed by parties who would be benefited by his death Bloodhounds were taken to the scene of the tragedy but so far they have accomplished nothing DESPERATE FIGHT One Man Was Killed and Another Can g rously Wounded Clay City Ky Aug 2LOn Black creek this county Campbell Anderson was killed and Tom and Kale Morton dangerously wounded in a desperate fight with knives and stones The men together with a man named Pastley and Roy Phmkett vyere at a moonshine still and pretty rell loaded with corn jtrice when Pastley started trou ble with Tom Mortqn who was the sworn enemy of Anderson The fight soon became general and lasted for several minutes Anderson waq found to have suffered a crushed skull and was cut several times about the chest lfottonJasdie nhye Kale 4 Morton has several ugly cuts in the abdomen Plunkett was unhurt HCwas arrested and gave bond j ATCAMPYEISER There Was No Chaplain So Col Gainesj Addressed the Soldiers Pailucah Ky Aug 21Guard mount and dress parade were the only pafX of the dally routine carritl out at Camp Yeser Suriilay Several thou sand people visited the camp the crowd at dress parade being the largr est that hits Jtvit nessert that feature In the absence of a chaplain Col Noel Games inspector generai conducted a religious servioo at 11 amIn the Park theater preceding which were short ta1qfroni Col Biscoe Hindman conihander Lieut Cot James PGre gory judjrp of Jefferson county and Capt Joseph Huffaker prosecuting at torney of Jefferson COt Hind man made an insieptlo1in quarters and found everything in firstclass or der i Sheriff Pursues Outlaws Maykiiig KyAug 2kA special messenger from the PikoIvetcher bor der lrinsthenews that Deputy Sher- Iff Jack Tackitt and a strong posso mounIband of outlaws now defying arreat fin tlfe mowntains Fist BlowCausedDeath Louisville Ky Aiig lIas Roach was killed by Harry Lapaille a fire nan at the courthouse LapaiHe struck the man a bloi with his lIst ancIhtIronsuln Broke His Neck Louisville Ky Aug 2LJohn Han Ion one of the wehlthiost farmers of Clark county Indiana fell froth the hay loft at his liaise Saturday niglt and broke his nock Ills stiffened bOth was found Sunday morning by his ioungeat son The Stove Exploded Covington Ky Aug 2lilrs Theo dore Davis wife of Capt Davis a former Ohio river pilot was probably tally burned by the explosion of a gsa oline stove at tier homo on the Madi- sOn pike about five miles from this cltyL A Two Good Welts Sergent Ky Augl 21The Guffy capTtaltstzfield north of here struck two fine flows One nets over 100 barrels a day and the other DO James Yorks Funeral Lawrenceburg Ky Aug 21Three thousand people Sunday followed the 6dy of James York the wellknown- ihilanthuropist who was murdered at his home near here Friday to its last resting place Pitcher Dead Paducah Ky Aug 21Bill Frakea one of Paducahs star pitchers died from locked bowelsat his borne in Gal latin Tenn Ftakes was one of the best pitchers In the K I T League Killed By Falling Slate Mayklng Ky Aug 21 John Ham ilton 40 of Hamilton 0 who came to Esservilie recently to work in th3 mines was Wiled by falling slate rI WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen yon want to have a job of work done have it done at home If yon go away from home to buy or If you go away from home to have work done nine times odtof ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant- or the home mechanic At home the merchant known you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he 1lknown you for years he ii yOii friend he doesnt Want to cheat you he doeut want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from mailorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions took nice in print but dont come up7 Pay your money ont at home and It may comeback aaIiL but send it to one of Jthe big mail order houses anti it will buy 2tcent cigars for some millionaire in a European hnme fhu Sun begs to rail the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honor able men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man wholx ught from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER 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PraYCrmeet1DseveryTbriMayevenfnjCat WIIUama m and 7 p m Sunday School every Sun WedneSday NoJo= 4 JnoOPollaud Secret clet1estaeonIc prlngd 1d Lodn SMaysThird Monday nlnhta in each month c ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 131905 r I ifGhe Return of I SHERLOCK 1 HOLMESBy Author of The Adventures Sherlock Holmes tTheHound of the Baskervilles The Sign ILLUSTRATED I dffhe Four A Study In Scarlet Et1 BY F D STEELS The Adventure of the Empty House COPYRIGHTED But why Because my dear Watson Ihad the strongest possible reason for wishing certain people to thInk that I was there when I was really elsewhere- And you thought the rooms were watched I knew that they were watched tRy whom I CIBy myold enemies Watson By the charming society whose leader lies in e the Relc nbach fall You must re member tnat they knew and only they knew that I was still alive ooneror later they believed that I should come back to my rooms They watched them continuously and thlsTmornlng they saw me arrive How do ybtt know Because I recognized their sentinel when I glanced out of my window He Is a harmless enough fellow Parker by- name a garroter by trade and a re jewa1harpStcared a great deal for the much more formidable person rho was behind him the bosom friend of Morlarty the map jthethe man who is quite unaware that w are after him l1ytrIends plans were gradually revealing themselves From this conven lent retreat the watchers were being watched and the trackers tracked What angular shadow up yonder was the baIt and we were the hunters In silence we stood together In the dark ness and watched the hurrying figures who passed and repassed In front of us Holmes was silent and motionless keenlyStently upon the stream of passersby nlgbt1andY were to and fro most of them muffled movingI coats and cravats Once or seemed to me that I had seen figure before and I especially noticed two men who appeared to be sheltering l themselves from the wind in the door way of a house some distance up the street I tried to draw myrcompanioris attention to them but he Jjave a little ejaculation of Impatience find continued to stare into the street More than once he fidgeted with his feet and tapped rapidly with his fingers upon the walt It was evident to me that he Was becoming pneasy and that his plans Were not working out altogether as he bad hoped At last as midnight approached and the street gradually cleared he pacedup and down the room in uncontrollable agitation I was about to make some remark t him when I raised my eyes to the lIght ed window and again experienced al most as a surprise as before I clutched Holmes arm and pointed up War The shadow has moved I cried It was indeed no longer the profile but the back which was turned toward usaIedImpatience with a less active Intelli gence than his own Of course It has moved said he Am I such a farcical bungler Wat son that I should erect an obvious 4 dummy and expect that some of the sharpest men in Europe would be deceived by it We have been ln this room two hours and Mrs Hudson has made some change in that figure eight times or once in every quarter of an t liour She works it from the front so that her shadow may never be seen Ah He drew In his breath with a shrill excited intake In the dim light I saw his head thrown forward his whole attitude rigid with attention Outside the street was absolutely de serted Those two men might still be crouching in the doorway but I could no longer see them All was still and dark save only that brilliant yellow screen in front of us with the black figure outlined upon its center Again In the utter silence I heard that thin sibilant note which spoke of intense suppressed excitement An Instant later be pulled me back Into the black est corner of the room and I felt his warning hand upon my lips The fin gers which clutched me were quiver ing Never had I known my friend more moved and yet the dark street still stretched lonely and motionless before us But suddenly I was aware of that which his keener senses bad already distinguished A low stealthy sound came to my ears not from the direction of Baker street but from the back of the very bouse in which we lay concealed A door opened and shut An Instant later steps crept down the passagesteps which were 1 meant to be silent but which reverber ated harshly through the empty house Holmes crouched back against the wall and I did the same myMntt closing upon tie handle oTiny revolvef Peering through the gloom I saw the vague outline of n man a shade black er than the blackness of time open door He stood for an instant and then he crept forward crouching menacing Into the room Ho was within three yards of us this sinister figure and 1 had braced myself to meet his spring before I realized that he had no idea of our presence He passed close beside us stole over to the win noiselesslyItothe level of this opening the light of the street no longer dimmed by the dusty glass fell full upon his face The man seemed to be beside himself with excitement His two eyes shone like stars and his features were work- Ing convulsively He was an elderly man with a thin projecting nose a high bald forehead and a huge grl7 zled mustache An opera hat was push ed to the back of his head and an evening dress shirt front gleamed imt through his open overcoat His fAce was gaunt and swarthy scored with deep savage lines Iii his hnndlie car ried what appeared to be a stick but as he laid it down upon the floor It gave pocketiand he busied himself In some task which ended with a loml sharp click as if a spring or bolt had fallen Into Its place Still kneeling upon the floor he bent forward and threw all his weight and strength upon some lever with the result that there came a long whirling grinding noise ending once more in a powerful click He straight ened himself then and I saw that what he held in his hand was a sort of a gun with a curiously misshapen butt He openedit at the bye chjpjnX something In and snapped thlp breechblock Then crouching down rested the end of the barrel upon the ledge of the open window and I saw ibis long mustache droop over the stock and his eyes gleam as it peeredalong the sights I heard a little high of satisfaction as he cuddled the butt Into his shoulder and saw that amazing target the black man on the yellow ground standing clear at the end of his fore sight For an Instant he was rigid and motionless Then his finger tight ened on the trigger There was a strange loud whiz and a long silvery tinkle of broken glass At that instant Holmes sprang like a tiger on to the marksmans thick and hurled him flat upon his face He was up again Ina moment and with convulsive strength he seized Holmes by the throat but I struck him oh the head with the butt of my revolver and he dropped again upon the floor I fell upon him and as I held him my comrade ble a shrill call upon a whistle There was the clatter of running feet upon the pave ment and two policemen In uniform with one plain clothes detective rushed through the frbntyintrance and into the room That you Lestrade said Holmes Yes Mr Holmes I took the job myself Its good to see you buck In London sir I think you want a little unofficial help Three undetected murders In one lian1dledWe had all risen to our feet our pris oner breathing hard with a stalwart constable on each side of him Already a few loiterers had begun to collect In the street Holmes stepped up to time window closed It and dropped the blinds Lestrade had produc d two candles and the policemen hud uncovered their lanterns I was able at last to have a good look at our pris onerIt was a tremendously virile and yet sinister face which was turned toward Us With the brow of a philosopher above and the jaw of a sensualist be low the man must have started with great capacities for good or for evil But one could not look upon his cruel blue eyes with their drooping cynical lids or upon the fierce aggressive hose and the threatening deep lined brow wIthout reading natures plainest dan ger signals He took no heed of any of us but his eyes were fixed upon Holmes face with an expression In which hatred and amazement were equally blooded You fiend he kept on mutteringyou clever clever fiend Ah colonel said Holmes arranging his rumpled collar Journeys end In lovers meetings as the old ploy says I dont think I have had the pleasure of seeing you since you fa vored me with those attentions as I lay on the ledge above the Reichenbach fallThe colonel still stared at my friend like a man In a trance You cunning cunning fi dwas all that he could sayI have not Introduced you yet said Holmes This gentlemen Is Colonel Sebastian Moran once of her majestys Indian armjr and the best heavy game shot that our eastern empire has4 ever produced I believe I am correct colt nel in saying that your bag of tigers still remains unrivaled 7 The fierce old man said nothing but still glared at my companion With his snvncre eves and bristling mustache x he was wonderfully like a tfger himself I wonder that my very simple stratagem icouia deceive so old a shikari eryfamIHarJ bring tip your tiger This empty house is my tree and you are my tiger Tgu have possibly had other gutfs In Cerallltyour own aim you pointednroundure my lhe8ebeI The parallel Is exact Colonel Moran sprang forward with constablesdragged face wits terrible to loot at I confess that you hart one stimuli surprise for mo said Holmes I dirt not anticipate that woultl yourself make use of thiseuipt house rind this convenient front window I bad Imag ined you aas operating from the street where my friend Lestrade lUll his mer ry men were awaiting you With that exception all has gout as I expected Colonel Moran turned to the ofllclal dctefJLiv lYou inns or may not have Just cause for arresting me said he but at least there can be no reason why It perIsOlllet thing rbe done in a legal Wenf thats reasonable said Lestrade Nothing noughI have to say Mr Holmes be gof OlCPowerrnl1airling Its mechanism An artkDirable and Unique weapon he said noiseless and of tremendous power knew Yon Herder the blind German mcolianic who constructed It to the order of the late Professor Mo riarty Fw yetis I have been aware of its existence though I have never before haO the opportunity pfhaiulllng It I commend It very specially to your Attention Lestrade and also tbe bullets wliirh fit it COLLECTION OF MStiSrA INE ONE SAID HE You inn trust us to look Holmes said ntterthntJ whole party moved toward Anything further to say Only Tto ask what charge you in tend to prefer What charge sir Why of course the attempted murder of Mr Sherlock Holmes sot so Lestrude I do not propose to appear III the matter at ulJTo you and to you only belongs the creditor the remarkable arrest which you have effected Yes Lestrade congratulate you With your usual happy mixture of cunning mind audacity you have got him 5Jot him Got whom Mr Holmes The man that the whole force has been eklngb vain Colonel Sebas tian Moran who shot the Hon Ronald Adalr with an expanding bullet from an air gun through the open window of the second floor front of 427 Turk lane upon the SOtli of lust mouth Thats the charge Lostrade And now Vat son if you can endure the draft from a broken window think that half an hour in my study over a cigar may ute ford you some profitable amusement Our old chambers had been left un changed through the supervision of Mycroft Holmels and the Immediate care of Mrs Hudson As I entered I saw It Is true an unwonted tidiness but the old landmarks were nil In their place There teas the chemical corner and the acid stained deal topped table There upon a shelf was the row of formidable scrapbooks and books of reference which many of our fellow cit izens would have been gljid to burn The dfagraiiiH the violin case and pipe ruck even time Persian slipper which contained the tobaccoall met my eyes nsI glanced round me There were two occupants of the room one Mrs Hudson who beamed upon us both as we entered the other the strange dummy which had played so important a part in the evenings ad ventures It was a vax colored model of my friend so admirably done that It was a perfect facsimile It stood on a small pedestal table with an old dressing gown of Holmes so dra- pedwHIZ ESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC CWAMC Of IMITATIONS THE GeNUINE PREPARED 8- YBallrlSnowLlnlment Co- ST KOUI MO Wat st by OL J Hajdoi SptingZMi round 1t that the illusion from the street was absolutely perfect- I hope you preserved all precautions Mrs Hudson said Holmes I went to It on my knees sir just as you told me- Excellent You carried the thing out well Did you observe where the bullet went Yes sir Im afraid It4ms spoilt your rightithroughon the wall I picked itup from the carpet Here It Is1 Holmes held It out to ine A soft revolver bullet as perceive Wat Bon Theres genius In that for who would expect to timid such a thing fired from an air gun All right Mrs Hudson I am much obliged for your as sistance And now Watson let me see you in your old seat once more for there are several points which I should like to discuss with you He had thrown off the seedy frock coat and now he was the Holmes of old in the mouse colored dressing gown which he took frouFBTs elligy The old shikaris nerved have not lost their steudiriessMior his eyes their keenness said lie with a laugh ashe Inspected the shattered forehead of his bust Plumb in the middle of the back tot the head and smack through the brain He was the best shot in India and I expect that there are few better In London Have you Beard the name uXo I have not Well well such Is fame But then If I remember right you had not heard the name of Professor James Morlarty who had one of the great brains of the century Just give mile down my index of biographies from the shelf He turned over the pages lazily lean- Ing back In his chair und blowing great Cl lIysaid ho Morlarty himself is enough- o make any letter Illustrious and here Is Morgan the pbisouer and Merridew of abominable memory and Mathews who knocked put my left canine In the waiting room at Cliarlnc Cross and MY t Mr I I the J you fiQnllyliere Is our Hendrof tonight tie handed over the book and I read Moran Sebastian colonel Unem ployed Formerly First Bengalore Plo neers Born London 184d Son of Sir Augustus Moran C B once Brit- Ish minister to Persia Educated Eton and Oxford Served In Jowakl cam paign Afghan campaign Charaslab dispatches Slierpur and Cobul Author of Ileavj Gome of the Western Himalayas 1SSD Three Months In the Jungle 154 Address Conduit street Clubs The AngloIndian the Taukervllle the Bagatelle Card club On the margin Aas written In Holmes precise hand The second most dan gerous man In London Thls1s astonishing said I as I handed back the volume The mans career Is that of an honorable sol dierTO BE CONTINUED NEXT WEEK f Agonizing Burns perfectlyhealedRivenbark Jr of Norfolk Va writes U I burned my knee dreadfully it was blisteredall over Bucklens Arnica Salve stopped the pain and healed it a scar Also heals all wounds and sores 25c at C J Haydons drug store POPE MASTERS FRENCH Learns the Language Since Election and Surprises a Complaining Cardinal RomeOne of the Incidents most spoken of at the time of the last con clave was that which arose out of an attempt which Cardinal Lescot arch bishop of Bordeaux made to carryon a conversation in French with Car dinal Sarto Cardinal Sarto was unable to answer the French archbishop as he did not know one word of French On discovering this Cardinal Lescot WAS horrified and although Cardinal Sar tos election was then almost certain he went the round of tha other cardi nals declaring that such an election was Impos lbIerCardinal Sarto was nevertheless elec bd and the other day when it wasrlhe duty of the cardinal arch bishop of Bordeaux to present him selfjbefore thepope to give an account- of the affairs of his see he went to Rome with many misgivings fearing that the pope would rem3mber the incident and receive him in anything but a jordlal manner Plus X had remembered the Inci dent and he had prepared his revenge on the French cardinal Cardinal Les cot was received In a manner which lacked nothing in gracloushess or cor dality but the popa was anable to hide the fact from him that he did not forget what had happened as with a meaning twinkle in his eye he addressed Cardinal Lescot in per fect French Since his election Plus X whose favorite language is the Venetian dialect has found time to fit himself for his Intercourse with French speaking Catholics by learn ing their language Among his many other occupations he has managed to devote sufficient time to the study to become absolute master of the language It is has learned to speak Frenchmore speedily than a foreigner living outside f France has ever been known to do before THE LORDS TARGET How Maine Folks Account for the Odd Name of a Tract of Land Beddington MeA 5000acre tract lying partly In Beddington and partly in Aurora has borne the name of the Lordfrrrgetnror more than 104 years The tirm is not only applied by the resi dents but it appears on maps and draw logs and in deeds and highway descriptions On Kings map of Hancock coun ty the name is changed to Gods Bullseyee The local history of the name traces it back to Hate Evil Colson a soldier of the revolutionary war who settled on the Whales Back a steep watershed between Union and Princeton waters In the spring of 1798 when refugees from Ireland were flocking Into eastern Maine and taking up farms Colson sBowed them around and helped them pick out wild lands On coming to the tract Colson saw that it was thickly strewn with stones and rocks The old soldier who had been boasting about the fertility of the Maine soil hesitated when asked if the area in sight was a sampleIt S this way said Colson When the Lord created the world He had broken rocks and stones enough left over to fence the whole earth In stone walls but knowing the people would be lazy and take to bad ways if He did all the work for them He con cluded to throw the racks way So He sat up all night and threw stones at Beddington and Aurora aiming at the central point in the two towns His aim was good for pearly all the stones hit close about here They will be very handy for when jrQu have cleared up yournew farms anjjwarit to have pastures Ito hold the cattle and sheen Found a Buried Church At Soulac In Gaacony a cross was discovered projecting above the sands Further investigation showed that it was attached to a steeple and later a wellpreserved church of the thlr tenth century was excavated The church Is now in use ++ M V iZii II COAL a Buy It- Mow + + iSave Money iT I only have three brands THEY ARE THE BEST Imperial Jellico Birds Eye Cannel Italian Blue Gem These are the best ititthey have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ex Fill your coal house now r PRO I BUYMIII H ones fit +f l Periodic PainsDr Miles AntiPain Pills are a most remarkable remedy painsbackache ache i r any of the distressing aches and pains that cause sufferingAs and leaves the system in an exhausted condition it isyvvrong to suffer a moment er necessary and you should take the AntiPain Pills on first in dication of an attack i mayhaveeffectiveness as well as in theafact that they will leave no dis agreeable aftereffects They contain no morphine opium chloral cocaine or other dangerous drugs For a long time have suffered greatly with spells of backache that endureTheseand last two or three days I have never been able to get anything that bebeganPUs and they always relieve me in ashort time My sister who suffers withthe721 s Michigan St South Bend Indo Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are soldtyyour druggist who will guarantee that ittails25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart In- dPeop1esDeposit Bank ISpringfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 = CAPITAL 50000 t Surplus and Profits 20000 OFFICERS Gee D Robertson President Hon L H Thurman VIcePrfdent J A Boulware Cashier Chas 1L McChord Asst Cashier Lee Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham nJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOO LEo rTailHAVDON THOMPSON A LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Travelta MeL PHoxr I- Setectaa1ielectfJierlI JOHN t MAYE Funeral Director i4ceSPRINGFIELD r KENTUCKY jfBest Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and BbriailteW Telephone Day 19 Night 71 IeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo 1 4 CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times oneyear5 9O The Sun and the Daily Courier j Journal except Sunday 6 JO Same including Sunday 8 30 CourierffJ t the week 3 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three rdays in the week six + months 2 3f The Sun and the Sunday Cour I ierJournal one year 2 8baAddress THE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfie Ytiy- f r f jdIjjiIc 43 R r 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 23 1905 7 IllL J mg 1 SPECIAL SALE II IIIIIa fOn every Buggy you buy from me between now and I f I IScovilIduringness in sets or single pieces JJR r1i1i o f = JACOB THE- FUGITIVE OUR BIBLE STORY by theHighway and Byway Preacher A Visicn sttCopyrlRht J EdHm Scripture AuthorityAnd Eau rated Sacxb because of the bes ling wherewith lui father blesses him and Esau said in his heart The days os mourning for my father are at hand then will slay my brother mob And these words of Esau her elder son were toidto Rebekah and she c Fst and called Jacob her younger son and saW unto him Behold thy brother Esau as touching thee doth comfort himself pur rcsfBg to kill thee Now tlterhefore my fcn obey my vojce and to Laban my brother to Harani And a Isaac sent away Jacob and he went to Padanaram unto Laban son of Bethuel the Syrian the brother of Rebekan Jacobs and Esaus mother And Jacob went out of Beersheba and went toward Haran And lie lighted upon a certain place and tarried there alLnight Because the sun was set and he tookof the stones of that placed i put them for His pillows and lay d IL that place to sleep And he dreamed and bold a ladder set up on the earth and tie top of It reached to Heavenand behold the angers of Gcd ascending and descending or itGen 27411S s5 1612 Read chap ters 27 and 28 entire 111E said he would kill him WhatcriedRebekah a death ly palter overspreading her fac and trembling so that she could scarcely stand did Esau say that e s replie- the I servautthose- were his v e r stords I wa coming along the pathway which leads through the grove where Esaus tents are pitched and hearing voices paused to listen I caught the words And now he has robbed me of th blessing of the firstborn And the a womans voice exclaimed r Well aint you going to do anything abou- it I pushed aside the heavy foliag- and cautiously peered through It was Esau and his wife Judith And then Esau asked Do What now that lather has given the blessingI to Jacob This made Judit angrier than ever and she fairly hisseiYou fool Dead men dont gelany blessings A terrible look came Into Esaus face then and he cried flerce ly I will kill him I will I will t But I did not wait to hear any more but hurried to tell you Go and find Jacob and send him tome exclaimed the excited mother Esau may even now be searching for him to kin him Oh my son My son It is I who haVe brought this trouble Upon theeu And overcome fears and troubled conscience byherl shetlloff5 consequence o her Dotting and Jacobs deception shy asked herself But he was en Proclamation T M tbers end Hoosekctpcrs I proclaim and guarantee to every thinjuredocainopium ek RheumaticSwellingsroat or Chest itching or burning skin yformqualed Paracamph is best for the goesdirectcirculation dews out the soreness and inflammation through the ores of the remedyFarin your home than vaseline witch hazel arnica salves or old fashioned likewise it isfar superior to these and s Bar remedies is endorsed and recommended by hundreds of phys quidhealingday it the safest relieving and healing went for all aches and pains Do not to get Para camph at once It is the best reined you caa buy and the price is within th reach ofan- Sold onl ia 26c We and 100 bottle u by aU good druggists Ot sent direct Signed EB Spicer General Manager The Paraca pfa Company Louisville Ky f titled to the blessing she impatient ly exclaimed Did not God promise It when He said that the elder should serve the younger Yes answered back her conscience and God would have given It But it didnt look like It Warn Esau about to obtain the blessing Didnt she have to look out for Jacobs Interests But spoke up her conscIenc- again does one ever have to do wron to obtain the blessing God hasprOm ised 2 Well It looks that way she petulantly exclaimed encouraging the feel Ing that somehow God was to blam- for not having acted more promptly And again the vole within spok and said Could you not trust God Could you not wait on Him But I didnt she moaned half re proachfully Why what is the matter mother exclaimed Jacob who at that reached the tent door and looped consternation and surprise at hi mother as she sat on the ground rock moaningnover his in a feverish eagerness and a relieved look came into her face as shecried Then Esau hasnt found you yet 7 Found me mother What for He seeks to kill thee she whit pered in strained and awesome voice What shall we do mother What canst thou do but flee But whither brotheer a days until thy brothers fury turn away from thee and he forget that which thou hast done to him then I will send and fetch thee from thence why should I onde motner ap pealingly at her favorite son leavesat once will speak to thy father about It ieIas Jacob hastened away and Ibekah turned toward Isaacs tent she Shee threwnL excuse she forJa subtletty hamed spokej andIalike mistake I am weary of my life because of the daughters of Heth she exclaimed If Jacob take a wife of the daughters of Heth such as these which are of the daughters of the land what good shall my life do me What would Jacob marry cried the old man starting up It must not bed Send him to me My 1011said the father vhen Ja cobappeared In response to his moth ers summons thou shalt not take a CanaanItake theea wife from thence of the daughters of Laban thjvj mothers hiefss thee and make thee fruitful and mu tiply thee that thou mayest be a mu peopleThe paused As hissostood before him the consciousness that In him were to be realized all the peculiar blessings promised unto Abraham swept over him and placing both his hands on the young marl head he continued fervently Ypa my son God shall give the the Blessing of Abraham to thee an to thy seed with thee that thou may est Inherit the land wherein thou pta stranger which God gave unto Abr ham fathereg to one side attracted his attention and he caught a fleeting glimpse of one of Esaus servants The Incident unnerved blind Had the fellow been sp Ing upon him Would he report his master Would Esau follow hi whictinyas preparations for departure And in the meantime what of Esau The angry resolve of the morning made under the wicked goading of his wife has given place to a sober second thought What would his father noew man had died then he could carry out his revenge without restraint But Judith was insistent for immediate vengea Here are your bow and arrows here Is your knife Now go Dont be a weakling A postponed yen eance seldom drinks the blood of the enemy Esau pushed the excited vehement woman to one side and the bow and brows went clattering to the ground out the knife still remained In her hands Flourishing it wildly she cried If you dont do It Ill go and do myself and thOjangry woman turned as though oft at once to execute her threat but at that mo ment a man burst into their midst and breathlessly exclaimed Jacob is leaving for Haran Isaac has blessed him and sent him to thy mothers people there to seek a wlrel Ha diet I not tell you that he would escape thee cried the woman tauntmingiy Had you sought him out morning as I urged you would no have lost your opportunity Esau chafing under Itiswlfes words moved uneasily and turning to the servant asked When was Jacob going to start 01Whathim and slaying him In the wilder ness Thy father need never know He will think some wild beast hath womanrslt ted The plan appealed to him Judith noted the Indecision jand quickly picking uu the bow and arrows hUSb1IDd3haIlds long knife into his belt and started forth and was soon out of sight Well did e know the pathway which Jacob tv6u1 d nsandover the trills and throughthe valleys how could human prey escapehimYe possegnightfall he would come uporrhim He would note his testing place and slay him dButeAbraham should be given me and that himeas reassure himself and quiet his fears Every rustle in tire bushes as he passed made him start uneasily Surely he exclaimed at last the God Who has given these promises is table to keep me in the present peril breathlesss by a he could go no farther But what If Esau were close behind Dare he pause In his flight Dare he take one moments rest He started forward and as quickly stopped as the thought swept over him again that ijOd would help him leaned against the vines creeping ove the rock They parted and he fell precipitately into a narrow recess In the rock which the banes had completely hid den So startled was he by the suddenness of it all that he did not hear the hurried foQlsteps as they passed He did not see Esaus tense cruel face as he sped by He did not hear his mutter oath as hebxclaimed He cannot b much ahead of me how But Jacob he lay there dazed and bruised had a strange feeling of calmness come steal ing into his heart Was it the answer ing assurance of faith He hardly One what faith was Was it the awakehing consciousness of God and of Gods ve ruling providences for him Perhaps littleIreto rest BIldJthe night settled down he roused himself from his reveries and stepped forth from his narrow shelter And he took of the stones of that pia and put them for his pillows and la flown in that place to sleep And he dreamed and behold a udder set up on the earth and the top of It reached Heaven And behold the angels of G AndGodJacob rose early In the morning and ttook the stone that he had put or his pillows and set it up for a pillar and pour a j oil uPon the top of It And he called the name of that place Bethel that is thei house of God Bride FortyFive Harrodsburg Democrat Mr John H Mayes and Miss Mattie Johnson of the Buena Vista vicinity Garrard county came to this city early Tues day morning to get a marriage license Mr Mayes who is about fifty years of 1age told Deputy Clerk Gibbs that his future intended was fortyfive years of age and asked if it would be necessary for him to produce the bridetobe in order to secure the license Mr Gibbs told him it would and in a remarkably short time he returned with the blush ing maiden She was all smiles and voyagedwho was busy recording a deed but who heard the conversation piped in and tom the prospective bride that after she was married she would be so happy that she would feel like kicking herself for not narrying before Mr Mayes said that he had been exceed ingly fortunate in the marrying line as beforetoonmtheJTurned To Dust The money counters in the United daybylooking fat man who entered the de partment and told a strange tale re lates the Chicago Chronicle He said he was anjOhio farmer and did not be lieve in banks and so had buried his money in the ground for safe keeping He had dug it up and was horrified to find that it was slowly turning to dust as nptes will when long buried Panic disintegratedmoney around his waist beneath his clothes Hetway on part of the way on an Ohio river steam boat and part of the way was by train Daring the journey he never once took off the pillow ease He even slept with it on The officials of the treasury department found it difficult to make him part with it He did not want to go to hotelwith clerk for fear the clerk ight rob him but as it was manifestly thetoffice finally to submit They got the money at last and the condition of it was so bad that Mrs Leonard an expert had to be called to decipher it So great was her skill that the farmer nly lost a few hundred dollars out of f9tOOO lt Public Sale TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 LAt my farm three miles from Fred Spnngficldtltefollowingyoung cattle two nice mare colts some implementshousehold TERMS All sums und 1dFARM FOR SALE At the same time and place I willoffer my farm of 130 waterandg house barn etc Will sell on r terms but if no sale is Imade farm will be rented 41FRED M HILL PHOTOGRAPHStA11 who want Photographs made should come at once I will be at my gallery in Springfield every day until September 1 when I will again go Greensburg for a while Picture frames and glasses at great bargains E A Cox EEEEEEif TIfHeI If rT IIf felfKifIf fIrS m o aEFEEFE3 canbeboughti M lav price a nice line of Jewelry Have your eyes tested and glasses fitted jj IfIIw aZ9 J 33 1rFE 33E nrr II pt ofJas T If Graves Ii If I jI w WceFFFEky MarketodWHERE YOU CAN BUY THE BEST Every day in the year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention J Ice You cant keep cool these days without ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are con stantly in the market for good beeves FrT COX CO Springfield Market Bacon = I5e Sides I- Beeswax21e per pouniL Butter UicperllOtlud- Clllckenli Heiw Spring1214e Dried apples per pound Ducks per pound V Corn Monl 75c to 80e per bushel EKKS 1e er dozen Feather 44o jwr pound Flourt80 to Sl GrnHOnlCS1ro Ier pound Grain Wheat 85o corn Oats foe Hides Oreen c jardL44c pOI pound Lime to lloo per barrel Mill productsBran hoo Hhlpstuff flawr100 pounds f Potatoes Country Soc Onions JLO- U8alfc5145 and 5185 per barrel Turkeys5o per pound Tallow4c per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool Burry and greasy 14Jio clevr of grease 30c tub washed 28cn v ContvySorghum 45c to rOt Public Sale Shorthorns IIIAt Wildwoodl- 3 3 Ii Wednesday Sept 6 1905 1 I will offer about 35 head of Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle At same time o headfsell 12 head of flue Grass Hornless Cattle This includes eight or ten young dehornedTheyThese cattle have not been fed for show purposes All old enough are bred tocalve next spring This is a firstclass opportunity for any man to make an in vestment in stock that will pay I never sold a Shorthorn calf jfor less sellingfamilies with a straight Bates Bull at head of herk Write me for catalogue timewithGLAVE GODDARDaLong Distance Phone 42m Harrodsburg Ky- S W KIDD Au- ctioneerKENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON 6IItTPREMIUMS 25000 PREMWMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 3 9 Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitiins The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Ad4r M GEO A BAIN 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