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I j m i4ttfithuit If i DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY c jTr j f f VOLUME L iSPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 l NHMIEK4I PEACE BETWEEN RUSSIA AND JAPAN toThe Little Japs Abandon AH Demands For Re imbursements tit Treaty Wilt Be Arranged at Once The Last Act of a Bloody Drama- sf finished Let the Curtain Drop i Portsmouth N H Aug29Peace between Russia and Japan was prac1 tically concluded at this mornings ses sion of the peace conference In the final struggle the Russians achieved the victory For the sake of c peace the Japanese with a magnanim ity worthy of their heroic achievements in this war met the ultimatum of the Czar and reimbursement for the cost of the war but for the repurchase of the northern half of Sakhalin Russia at the same time agreeing to division of the island 1 The news that peace had been agreed upon caused the most intense excitement at the hotels where the envoys tad been staying Everywhere there was a delirium of jubilation The following dispatch dated Monday the 28th shows that at that time peace seemed hopeless It will also be seen that Japans concessions wereunJ usually liberal conceding to Russia all that she contended for as set forth in this dispatch Portsmouth N Ji Aug 28The life of the peace conference Sunday seemed to hang by a thread but the thread will not be broken Monday At 10 oclock Sunday night after a two hours conference between MrTaka lira and Mr Witte In the latters Toom In the hotel annex the announcement of a postponement was made Mr Witte explained that Mr Takahira had told him that no new instructions lad reachedhim from Tokio and fear ing none might be received before the meeting scbedued for Monday afternoon he shad suggested the propriety of postponing the meeting until Tuesday To4his Mr Witte said he read 51y assented Mr TakaljTra made the following statement r Inasmuch as this conference was Initiated by the friendly offices of the president after consultation we felt that we should be cautious about ter minating its labors Pressed as to whether he regarded the situation as hopeless Mr Taka Ura said No not hbpeless but almost hopeless This itself from one who has spoken always in the most guarded fash Ion is sufficient to show the desperateness of the situation The real cri sis in negotiations is at hand It is very acute but if it can be tided over for a few days without a rupture a basis of peace acceptable to both sides may come very suddenly But to save the situation now Japan must speak If on Tuesday she has nothing to offer all is over Mr Wjttes Hands Are Tied Mr Witte even if he would Is pow erless to tkea new step His hnndsI are tied He now occupies the an Imperial messenger who transmits hIs masters orders to Baron Komura and Baron Komura turns them over to Toklo for the response The con ference room has ceased to be a place for negotiations Itis simply the place where the emperors of the warring emOyslAnd under any disguise Emperor Nlchcilas has given the Japanese emperpi his last word Mr Witte accepts it as final and in writing Saturday informed the Japanese plenipotentiaries that Russia would have nothing further to say upon this subject Russia would cede balf of Sakhalin and pay the cost of the maintenance of the Russian prisoners but that was all Emperor Nicholas had given the same response to the president through Ambassador Meyer The Russians generally seem not displeased with the situation They believe Japan has been diplomat ically maneuvered into a corner from which If she now persists In her attempt to exact tribute with the alter i native of continuance of the war she can not extricate herself before the public opinion of the world Japan here and in Europe ifley say appeal ed for sympathy on the ground that Russia had compelled r to take up arms to protect her life The fortune of war hadgone In her favor and sia recognizing that she had bee bfiaien and preferring peace to the continuation of the war had agreed to cede upon every point involved in the quarrel Russia Will Pay No Indemnity She was willing to allow Japan full swing in Korea she was willing to get 4 out of Manchuria bag and baggage and commit herself to the recognition of Chinas integrity and the policy of the open door But Japan Insisted upon tribute and because Russia refused prolongs the carnage In that act theycontend Japan would change the purpos and character of the war longeronea war for the exaction of money There is no doubt that the Japanese are worried over this aspect of the sit uation and they do not propose to be placed in this position if it can be helped With the sentiment existing In Japanese demanding reimbursement for the expenses of the war a money payment oIJJl what would be obtained for the maintenance of Russian prisoners and the Chinese Eastern railroad could not be forgone But if redemption by Russia could be placed upon purely a commercial basis Russia might agree to it Logic points in this direction for the ultimate compromise If there Is to be one Whether the president has renewed his efforts can not bef ascertained here His former suggestion for a comprom ise failed He made his appeal simul taneously to both the czar and the em peror of Japan Japs Capture An American Vessel San Francisco Aug 28 News has been received here that the American bark Antiope has been captured by the Japanese The vessel sailed from this port in June last for Nicolaevsk with a general cargo SCOREiGrOi In Favor of Springfield Sluggers Lrry Greensburg Completely at the Mercer of Colvin The Springfield baseball team for the second time this season decisively defeated the Greenburg team by the scoreof 16 td 1 The team Springfield put in the field could have beaten any amateur t plin the State so this softens the sting of Greensburgs de feat The feature of the game was the almost perfect fielding of the two notfl1threebaggers arid numerous singles be ing made off Ward Greensburg got only one hit and not a marl stole see cod while Springfield Is credited with ten stolen bases The Nebraska Indians will probably play here in September when a real ball game can bd expected Death of John Wharton MrJOhn II Wharton died at his 1tyrlondayWharton formerly lived here and was a nephew of Major James L Wharton He was about fiftyone years old arid was an excellent citizen While he re sided here he conducted a livery stable and was always found accommodating and genial The deceased numbered his friends by his acquaintances and there are hundreds of people here who will be shocked to learn of his sudden death His body was buried at Dan xfille this morning at 11 oclock Made A Hit Mr E Clinton Keithley the popular quitena hit here last week with his new song In The Valley Where The Old Ohio Flows Every day he was called upon to sing it three or four times The song is certainly pretty and Mr Keithley is to be congratulated upon his success t r THE HARpEST 1 it Edmnnd Vange Gook i In Siberias wilds we sowed we sowed goadWithWe narrowed it well and it grewit grew In stricken Finland we sowed we sowed The flower of Freedom we hewed and hoed We stuck it down and nourished the weed Till the soil it choked with the Seed the seed In ancient Poland we sowed We sowed Every hope of the human heart we mowed With our brothers bones we rotted the fieldryieldrBefore the palace we sowed we sowed Our fertile seed was the rifles load 4fcWe baS In crowded cities we sowed we sowedrWe watered the seed with thejjlood which flowed With blood and tears we watereQxit welliAnd behold the harvest of of pathMurder Ra AIn1rr r SCHOOL lOPENS Qn Next Monday Sep tember 4 More Room Supplied For An In creased Attendance The Springfield Graded School opens on Monday September 4 its second- year under most promising conditions The old corps of teachers hav ing given universal satisfaction in the past year have been retained Another room has been added in anticipation of an increased attendance so that ample facilities are insured even if the number of pupils goes beyond that of last yearThe people of Springfield and of Washington county are beginning to1 realize that their school is as good as any in the State We believe that in the near future our boys and girls in stead of being sent to colleges at im mature ages and at increased expense will appreciate that they can do better here at home until they are prepared to complete a collegiate course The course offered here is on a prirwith that of the Louisville high schools and its completion secures admission to the junior or third year in all southern col leges The Sun hereby pledges its earnest support to every effort of the efficient board of trustee and its teachers and Confidently expects this years session to surpass allothers IIMarion Items Falcon Dr W W Ray and family have removed from Hopkinsville to their new home m this city recently vacated by Dr Moifett Falcon Mr Claud Montgomery a wellknown young man of Columbia and Miss Remi Judd the pretty nine I1lectorMonday and were married Falcon Mrs John Nelson aged nine teen years died at her nome on the Short Line pike four miles from this City Friday after an illnewTof several weeks Her remains were interred at Bethel Union Sunday Deceased wa a daughter of Mr Robert Lanham an had been married only nine months Falcon Mr Lucien Webster was killed in the wreck of a passenger train in Pennsylvaniaat 12 o lock Wednes day and his remains wil pass through this city to morrow on he way to his home in Campbellsville where the interment will take pine Deceased was the catcher for a bloomer girls baseball team and was raveling wit themat the time of his death He was a son of Mr R A Webster u prominent citizen of ampbellsville and was well known h re where he has played several game qf ball He pas a large number of friends here who sincerely regret his untimely death it Death of Mr Gordon I Mr Joseph T Gordon one of the countys oldest and most highly ref neariTex y morning of the infirmi ties lof old ege The deceased was eightY three years old and with the exception of a few years spent in another county has lived in Washington county hllof his life He was a de vout member of the Baptist church having united with that church when he was seventeen years old Funeral services were conducted Monday at 11 oclock by Rev RL Purdom and the body was interred in the cemetery at Bethlehem There are few men in the county who are better known than Mr Gordon and none who are more highly honored by their acquaintances than was the deceased He was loyal to his church his friends and his family He leaves three sons and numerous other relatives and friends who will deeply mourn his death The sons are Squire John Gordon Thomas and Rev Wil liam all of whome have the sympathy of their friends Important Business Change Kentucky Standard For some time past it has been quite evident the Bardstown is too small for three stores The druggists themselvesreal j ized this and have been discussing the problem for some months Finally the made by one of them jproPositiOnwaS the other two that in that way determine which one of the three should go ouIi of business the loser tos b 1000 by the other two The paidI tion was accepted by them all day the drawing came off and dice were rolled flames 11 Wilson of course thrtth highest number J Robert Grume the next highest num ber and Jos Millheiser the lowest num ber Therefore it fell upon Millheiser Ito close He took his medicine like a little man and by the time the Ken tucky Standard is before the public his rouse will be locked up Under the proposition his entire stock is to be taken by his two former competitors Each Wilson and Grume has paid his onuhalf of the 1000 As we go to press Mr MHlheiser called and asked us to say thrvfestll having claims against the now extinct firm Millheiser Co will please present thouvat once to Mr H R Cox wh will pay them dollar for dollar 1FarmThe wulUkftown farm owned by the countydfiI Fairfield Ky Protracted Meeting = distinguished evangelist Rev Na 1Tho Backman B D of Tennessee a union meeting at the Pros byterian church next Sunday at 11 a thhs an d the surrounding country to come up Lordwithagainst the mighty that every church and every home may receive special blessings from the Lord T D IATIMER chuJchSpringfield i URGE NUMBER J OF DEATHSt Thirteen Die In One Day In New Orleans Thir s v tyOne New Cases I ekThe Unusual Number of Deaths Is Attributed to the Cf f i Weather New Cases ReP U DR WALTER W1 MAN Surgeon General In Control of Work at New Orleans 11caJI 6jpshows the smallest number of new cases since August 6 and the largest number of deaths on any day since the fever made its appearance The un usual number of deaths is attributed in a measure to the change in the weather Saturday night being cool and pleasant in great contrast to the weather of the preceding week Three wellknown merchants are among the new cases Only two names that can be traced to Italian origin are among the 31 Oft the deaths eight are Ital lang The principal news from outside the city was the announcement from Natchez of the discovery of six cases there and the attempt to blame New Orleans for them This Is regarded as rather strange in view df the fact that of all the tight quarantines against New Orleans Natchez has maintained the tightest not even allowing its own- people to return if they had been near New Orleans Reports From the Country Other reports from the country are as follows Patterson no new cases and no deaths Amelia two newcases Itayou Boeuf one case Pecan Grow three cases and one death Elizabeth plantation one death Hanson City 1casesone case Lake Providence three JsfpplThe Southern Pacific railroad at the request of the state board of health has put on a special coach for the accommodation of people travel between infected points on that ling It will be run every other day l GREA S CCEssl ojFairWas Aleeting Last veekI Finest Stock Ever Shown In the County 7 rThe mostsUccessful Fair over held in Washington county was that which eloped a four days meeting in Spring fiold on last Saturday afternoon Large crowds and perfect weather marked each of the four days The first and second days were ladies and childrens days and they were therein great numbers Floral Hall was the most interesting in years the display being extremely beautiful The stock was the best ever seen In the county and the judges frequently found it difficult to decide where the l blue ribbon belonged TIJe improve ment in stock over former years was very noticable and tOe stockmen of the county ails to be congratulated Stock raisers for the past few earsI have been making every effort to provetheir breeds and nothing more clearly demonstrates that they have succeeded to a very great extentLn the fine stoat which was shown at the 4K6 CAIRO QUARANTINE Thirteen Cases Were DIsoverd ly the Board of Health 1 r VIcksburg Miss Aug 28 Physi clans of the Natchez board of iealtli examined and pronounced as yellow fever two patients a white womaa and a negro man Examining herfive negroes convalescent from yellow t fever were found in the northeast end of town together with 17 suspicious cases of sickness 13 of which are 1m doubtedly yellow fever The infsctioi is traced to a negro woman who cases from New Orleans on July 19 kTafca Providence La reportsIIPee iifir cases making a total of 15 INFECTEDA Crowds of Through Passengers Wers Detainedpat the Central Station 1 Jtbrcuh t the ntra1 station because they were notrsupplied with permits and a guard was placed over them until they could be sent on their way A number of arrests were made of persons who were trying tb evade the quarantine officers A lady arrived on asteamer from Memphis en route to Indiana she had no permit and Her train did not leave till morning she was4ier mitted to go to a hotel and was liJedg ed to stay inside of the place until her t train departed Many similar cases were experienced special train will be run from her IABardstown on account of NeTsdh Fair Train will leave at 1030 a m Fqr Thursday faewill be LtFriday and Saturday f F sahweek t The success of this meeting was due 1 large to the untiring efforts of Secrewtat A C KimbalL Forthe past two months he has worked almost unceasingly to the end of pulling off the greatest Fair in the history of the Asisociation A list of the premium awards yiIL be found on another page of thisissue- r Death of a Little Childrd A little five erol daughter of Mr John I Janes of near Frederickstown died last Monday of figx The little girl had been ill for about two weeks but it was not thought that she was dangerously ill until a day or two before she died She was a bright child and her death comes as asevere blow Ito the father and mother to whom The with numerous friends extends condolence Death of Mr Heisner i The many friends of Mr A J Heis nor at this place were shocked to learn of his death at his home at Finchville near Louisville yesterday Mr Heis ner was a contracting plasterer and was well known in Springfield where he had at times been given large contracts He was an honest workman and a genial kindhearted man He died of typhoid fever 1 i Subscribe for The Sun ILOQy y i r 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 I = Public Sale o f At Wildwood j Wednesday Sept 6 1905 I will offer about 35 head of Thoroughbred Shorthorn Cattle At same time andjilace Ghinn S Forsythe will sell 12 head We will also have about 20 head High grade Shorthorns At same time and place Mr John IL Bailey will calve next spring This is a firstclass opportunity for any man to make an in vestment in stock that will pay I have never sold a Shorthorn calf for less than 60 nor a highgrade for less than 30 This certainly is better than sell TERMS OF SALEAll sums under25 cash over 25 six months time with bankable notes bearing six per cent interest GLA VIE GODDARDLong Distance Phone 42m Harrodsburg Ky S W KIDD Auctioneer Amusing Political Campaign Kentucky Standard In 1831 old Ben Hardin was a candidate for reelection to the Senate His competitor was Mr Stillwell Heady of Spencer county Heady had served in the Lower House during the term Mr Hardin was in the Senate and had acquired some parlia mentary experience and was a shrewd man and adroit campaigner He was to a considerable extent addicted to conviviality and when in a jolly mood tang a good song One of his favorites on such occasions was sThe OldOaken Bucket He entered industriously into the canvass delivering public addresses throughout the district of which Mr Hardin rfras the text That the latter was not idle may be judged by the folI lowing incident On one occasion Heady had an appointment for speaking at Boston in Nelson county He was promptly on han but his opponent was absent He proceeded with his speechin which he arraigned Mr Hardin for failing to at tend his appointments and also for ab sence from his seat and failure to vote vjn the Senate on some measures when the yeas and nags were nanded On these points he dilated at length as he fancied somewhat to his opponents cost The orator in delivering his ad dress occupied a porch fronting on the roadside and just as he was concluding somewhat to his surprise Mr Hardin rode up The dress of the latter coq sisted of a Roundabout and trousers of white linen or what had beenjvvhite before being bespattered and soiled from rapid travel muddy roads and a per spiring horse As he rode up he threw one leg over his saddle and slipped off his horse in front Heady with a hu morous smile on his face When the latter concluded Hardin began his speech thus Gentlemen the Good Book tells us that he that cometh at the eleventh hour shall receive the same wages as he that cometh at the thirdon which rule of compensation he insisted He then said he had not the pleasure of listening to hiS competitor but he would nevertheless proceed to answer it It was true that he had not voted on every measure before the Se4te- during his term but for that he had an explanation and excuse He had a large law practice wet he was elected as is fellowcitizens well Knew His duty to his clients was imperative He had many cases in the Court of Appeals at Frankfort When one of these cases was failed he was compelled to temporarily vacate his seat in the Senate and attend to it but when not tjms engaged by professional dutislwasalways at his post Not o hSttrever with Mr Heady He was frequently absent from hie seat in the House when he yeas and nays were call lL He was ujt a lawyer and could not plead duty to hisclients for his absence Where gentlemen proceeded Mr Hardin where would you find hlnron such oc casions By going to the door of some neighboring grogafeop and listening you could hear the voice of the gentleman warbling more or less musically the wrds The old oaken backet the irooJt und jbuoket TitflOSSCOVered backet which hangs i Mr Hoady was defeated but 4m the honor of succeeding Mr Harder on the resignation of the latter in 1533 A Warning to Mothers Too much care can not be used with small children during the hot weather of the summer months to guard against onlyueeesearyCastor 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 giveChnmperlainsCQlic rhoea Remedy and then a dose of cas tor oil and the disease may be checked in its incipiency and all danger avoided shouldbeinstant use as soon as the first indica Thisistheand may be relied upon with implicit confidence even in eases of cholera in Haydondruggist Subscribe for The Sun LOO year 4 H J A E Shorthorns youngbullspurposesThese Phyllisfamilies The Duss Band c J S Duss the celebrated bandmas bigIState Fair is a Pennsylvanian He was born about the time the civil war began and his father carried him as a baby on his knapsack in the battle of Gettysburg His father was a soldi and GermanAmerican After rI war the family settled in the f communistic town of Economy Pa where as the senior trustee the band master was for years in control of property valued at millions and as one t f the few surviving members of this cooperative organization he hasbJei come possessed of great wealth in leis own right The organization owned at one time the entire town of Economy yea1Whennet was made for him ancPhis career graduIatedSchool in Phillipsburg Pa in 1B76 and went to rmany to study He returned to the United States taught school in Topeka Kan and bought a farm in Nebraska He returned to develIopedEconomy Pa is near Pittsburg aId Duss maintaining the he dquar ters of his band in the communistici town began giving free concerts parks 3 f Pittsburg Here he becameI lecjturewho aVe a very free criticism When his audienceshowed lack of appreciation he lectured them and explained the beauties of the compositions he played He also lectured ion the grandmas Suddenly he decided to go to New York and being financially responsible gathered a body of the best musicians money could get His history in New York is vell known He c ptured the great city and his first season there was and remains to day the longest on record for a band orchestra Grave Trouble foreseen It needs but little foresight to tell that when your stomach and liver are ahcssdunless ofIeat 1 was very bad for a long time but in Electric Bitters J found just what I needed for they quickly relieved and cured me Best medicine for weak women Sold under guarantee by CJHaydon druggist at 50 cents a bottle Sate of Fine Horses T On Monday September llth 1905 County Qewt daYJiBen Johnsonwill sell ALL the stallions mares and colts i uichaidby him from the Lancaster ostate ThiS will not be a weedingout ale7 but EYlltYONBof them will be sold Ijitlot is u full Brother to Cleopbw h prdam a half sister tnd various other relations A yearling out of Liuoie 41dat public auction last June for tti Mr Johnson has sold thrao fok from her in the last three withfin tbeWotld will be sold in the lot The kentucky Standard is nonprinting Ctoanyfor it These horses will posiUvelybe sold whether they bring much or little The side will be on Public square Septem ber 11 at oclock in Ianl own KYI V ITESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENSFAVORITE TONIC or IMITATIONS a THE GENUINE PREPARED Byr BallardSnow Liniment Co BX LOUTS MO Foe salt by CL J Haydoo Springfield i L t I-a Help WdntedMalc LChicagofRecordfleraia1Y strongNotBut where the rogue whose purse is longWould our rights and claim our jMen who can withstand The money in thb tempters hand Men Wanted Men who can be brave Not facing fotei foes in arms But where toeselfish would enslave By spreading moneys subtle charms Men Wanted Men with strength to lem- lUnhindered and unsmirched by Greed Men WantedMen who have been born With Pyide and strength enough to aco- Debaucheryland treat with scorn promises wealth and place takeTheJar Means Death Philadelphia August 1 I am wiL- ing to go whenever the Lord calls me Wan and showing the effects of his long illness George Handforth told the doctors at the Methodist Hospital today that his ambition was satisfied and he did not care to live any longer One year ago today he fell from a tank at the Atlantic Refining Companys plant at Point Breeze and fractured the fifth and sixth cervical vertebrae Anoperation was quickly performed and though the physicians isfcpected the patient to pass away before he came out of the ether the splintered bones were removed but the shock ofl the fall had paralyzed the spinal From the neck down Handforth has been powerless to move and the physi cians say that it has been only his grit and good temper that have kept him alive The slightest jar would cause his death so a special pneumatic mattress was purchased for Handforth an- a system of braces arranged about th cot on which he is lying to keep th covering from coming in contact with his body Never a word of complaint has escaped the lips of the won derful sufferer Fearing to unduly excite the patient the physicians would not permit any unusual celebation the f anniversary of his accident today Jlis family called to see him duringihe andtcontented anxiousjto Kentucky Fair Dates daysGlasgow daysiFalmouth September 274 days 0vensboro October 105 days Nothing on the Market Equal to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This fact is well known to druggists everywhere and nine out of ten wiI- Igife their customers this preparation- when the best is asked for Mr Obe Winner a prominent druggist of Jop in a circular to saystoThere is nothing on the market in the way of patent medicine which uals Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for bowel complaints r We sell and recommend this prepara lion For sale by C J Haydon drug gist Coal Mine Sold SpoUvIlk KyrA lg 24 Announce iTnonl waaiiiadejf the sale ofthe Ar nold coal iniQos here by the Green River Coal Co to a ynrty of PennsjI vania capitalists The transfer vvIH neIis w ip be worth 15QOflO raId Four Killed 3y An Explosion JPllt ville Ky AUr24rJle tfdwa rtrrowIkilied four men and ko yI four others Tliedokd Joe Perkins MorganReynolds John Coleman and Eph Patters I Sought By Standard mC Sergent Ky Au 2Ttae Stand Srdisral1JShootingt r h was jl ted by the girl he loves MIH Hash Tined 20 a farmer committed srlclde by shooting himself Col Washington Dead Newport Ky Mig 24CQJ George Washington famous lawyer and orator resIbO brought back to Utls for inter meat HydrophobiaIiig six madfdog and bitten about the face He is dead 1 Poisons in Food Perhaps you dont realize that many pain poisons originate in yQI1J food but someday you nay feel a twinge of dys KingsNewofuniigestedfoodor Haydoris drug JreTry hem is t READ THIS ELKTONV KyxJupe 8 1901 Dr orE W Hall St Louis Dear SirI have used Texas Wonder Halls Great- Discovery in my family and can cheer fully recommend it to all suffering from kidney and bladder trouble Respectfully S L THOMPSON A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravelcures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men andwomen regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure DrE W Hall Sole Mnufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial by all druggi- stsCommissioners t Sale i Washington Circuit Court Kentucky J C Ensor plaintiff EquityEmmaBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Feb term thereof 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to offer forvsale at the Courthouse door in Springfield iKy on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 thereaboutbeingCounty best bidder at public auction a thefollowing landtwoBardstown turnpike bounded on north by Rjary Booker on the east b John Thompson on south by J W Tucker and on west by Mrs T C Mudd Good watereddpurchaserebearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect of a judgment Bidders will be re quired to comply promptly with these terms M G tM YOUNEtDIT SALVI- ECUlIES I r Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville KY is one of thevery few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now pas on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve haying been the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All DruggistsI DR JW THOAU f nodg nine Ky toooooQoo oaDoO- OOOO aOottette0p Realty Bargains lapacre c Jyintprovcd excellent farm in two mites Harrodsbuig 77 196 acres ins property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut Inml fine nt 65n2 acres Mercer county splemlid 200 acres tobacco land at6212U acres hemp land in 5 miles J Harrodsburg on Lexingtonlike S 75 acres nice farm near ilarrodsburg on pike at 6 l acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta furntvilhige 2 houses store shop 1000 xchnngeforidoncc at BondvHle Mercer county only store fine trading 2500 Writerme or W T EWING Real Estate Agency Uurrodsburg Ky ooeoeoeooeoeOetAooeoeaeoooeQe Farm For SaleI We have for sale a faun in the Lit sey section of Washington county 100 acres land70 acres bottom land and 30 acres hill land all good New two story house good tabacco bhobr Closs toa school house md church Plenty of stock water arid an abundance for domestic purposesI Will sell on easy terms Call upon or address E JPINKSTON R Me THPMPSON l loILIItiaIuIIit1siiiu SSSSfS I YOUR WINTER CO A L J 4 r- j Now is the time to us your order You know we handle the best goods McClure Wells H The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming Implement elcomplete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world 1 If you need fencing buy that whichhas been proven the best The Page amEIwoid Fiild FiBclHf The Hag n Gasoline Engine f nThisU o ften refuse to budge and that too at a time when bud2ing WorryandMcClure Wells Sprlllflll Ky II n tr II Springfield Roller Millsn 1 t i = Pride of Washington- Springfields Choice Z If Solid Comfort t The above brands pf flour sold by all Springfield grocers ftI f S SpringfielfRolIer Mills Z- T T OQOQeQQQOQQOd QQQQQaQQQ Qa G = Clubbing Rates TItt n II9FOOR 5 j 0 ilcTaJ n I e t + THE SPRINGFIELD SUN and on a t YOuwi1Itt a Ct Sa ve I MoEieyD selectingIyour l reading ct matter i from The i Suns Club Ktbin list I f jBotb paJzpers yr B IryanLrasemiWeeklyDemocrat 175 175Home o American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer I 150 225CountryFarm and Fireside 135 175ReviewLippmcotts Magazine 285 5Ledger435HarPersSunny South 150 A t Address The 1m prirlgii el Ky 1 tDDDr 1D 6aa aaD D a D a D THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 4J935 J School Books A T Haydons Drug Store f Below you will find the cpst and exchange price of the books of the State adoption Retail Exchange Price Price 06McGuffeys06McGuffeysMcGuffeys New Third Reader 27 l3 17McGuffeys o6Rays12RaysNatural Primary Geography Jv 40 20 40Longs08Longs12LJarveys English Grammarfor Schools AO 20 32Newm 15Electric35Kinkeadss CFvilXjovernment 45 J 22 Rational Veiling Books 54c per doz or 5c each CASHDo not ask credit for school books you will be refused POSITIVELY NO BOOKS WILL BE CHARGED CJ Haydon MOORESVILLE As Miss Louise Settle was returning from the fair Wednesday her buggy was overturned dislocating her arm She is doing nicely at present Miss Ophelia Yates after a visit to her parents has returnedto the city to resume her duties there Your correspondent attended the fair at Springfield last Saturday saw a large crowd and good stock Gambling was carried on to great extent but men do not have to gamble Boys if you gamble yulllose your money Miss Artie Wall of this place visited SunIdayMr Joe Hays went 4oLouisville last i Sunday to see his wife Mr James He dricks left last Friday for Moore Oklahoma to visit his daughter Miss Ethel who Js teaching school there If he likes he will locate thereIn the near future Mr Emmet Settle has completed a large tobacco barn There are several farms for sale in t this vicinity Terms are reasonable but prices are high per acre Lerell Shumate Robert Reed and Owen Ellis were here Sunday jSeveral from this place attended church at Mount Zion Sunday night William Sweeney was here last Sun day t Mr George Grigsby lost a horse last Sunday It died valuableI nokwn cause i Mr George Chesser lost a good mare last Sunday from eating Praia green Mr Shelby Crume and family Mr John Dawson and family and Miss ColilingsMrs James Cull and daughter liiss Ollie visited friends and relatives at Chaplin last week Messrs Love Shumate Robert Reed and Owen Ellis of Woodlawn visited friends at this place last Sunday Mrs T D Sweeney is on the sick list Fraud Exposed A few counterfeiters have lately been making and tryngto sell imitations ofI Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption Coughs and Colds and other medicines thereby defrauding the public This is to warn you to beware of such people who seek to profit through steal ing the reputation of remedies which have een successfully curing disease for over 35 years A sure protection to you is our namepn4he wrapper for it on all of Dr Kinkgs or Bucklens remedies as all others are mere imita tions H E BUCKLEN CO Chicago Ill and Windsor Canada ForSale by C j Haydon druggist Robbed Mall Man Morehead Ky Aug 24Chas and Rolla Fraley and Mason Stages living 1ilir EllloUsvHle this county are In jail here charged with holding up ndI robbing ChaS Adams a mall carrier Lexingtons Union DepotILexington Ky Aug 2tArUclesof incorporation were fifed berg by the Lexington Union Station Co with a capital stock of 5JSOOO r r1 II I Do Not Neglect a Coldi p Every cold Weakens the Lungs lowers he Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY CURES S Consumption Cou6hsEoMoro Throat Bronchitis Hoarsenass sore Lungs EVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HOREHOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOES NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH MRS mALLIf LOCKtAR moHthvrmlt Tax IIYiWe have o ed Ballard Uerehonad Syrup la my family for several years and It always gives sattofaotloa When the children had Croup and Whooplar COach Italways retie ed them at once and I would not be without It In the hoase aaitla the BEST MKO1CINE we know of lest Remedy for Children Every Bottle Guaranteed 100i MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY c J t1AYDON spinLCfield Ky + t JUMPED FROM A ROOF 3ut thd Fugitive Was Caught By Offi cers As He Landed Lexington Ky Aug 25Afler elud ing the police for three months Ollie Bush son of a prominent Henry county farmer was brought lfere from his fathers home and arraigned boreCounty Judge Bullock on a charge made by Miss Rosa McKenna aged 18 In default of 1000bail he was remanded to jail to await trial The charge against Bush was made three mouths ago and the young lady in question is now confined in a hospital in Louisville Ky The young people were both employed at the eastern Kentucky lunatic asylum in this city The complainant is the daughter of Mrs John Vaughn of FifthandjChest nut streets and Is one of the most beautiful young girls in the city When the pfficcrs from this city at tempted to arrest Bush he made an unsuccessful effort to escape by way of the roof of his fathers house He was caught as he Jumped to the grpi njj CURTIS JETT Attempt To Be Made To Retry rjlm For Murder of Attorney Marcum v Lexingtpns Ky Aug 25 County Attorney L Stanley Webster of Harrison county confirms the report that an attempt is to be made to try Cur tis Jett again for the murder of James B Marcunv at Cynthiana Jett was given a1 death sentence for Marcums murder but the court of appeals reversed the decision of the lower court and sOntthe case back for retrial Jett was given a life sentence forthe mur der of Tamps Cockrill and is pow confined in the penitentiary Frankfort Due authoritieswill make a fight ett prison to be retried Stampede Among Tax Payers Glasgow Ky Aug 25l1rank A Lucas auditor agent for the state atlarge has created somewhat of a stampede among the taxpayers of this county by notifying 300 of them of personal property omitted by them ranging In amounts from 300 to 30 000 and running from one to five yearsWoman Oyerturned a Saloon Sergent Ky1 Aug 25Mrs Mary Jones 36 a mountain woman of the Knott county birder who has fought the liquor question for years went to a nearby saloon of the blind tiger kind and with great strength turned It over a 30foot embankment Into the waters of Troublesome creek Destructive Cloudburst Paducah KY Aug 25A cloud burst did great damage In this Water on the country roads countyI IIfeetreported that several nead of cattle were killed Record Rills 2500 Pages Winchester yAug 25rThe record In the double appeal taken from the Clark county circuit court by the opposing sides n the Marcum damage milt has been filed in the court of ape peals It Is voluminous document of some 2500 pages J oeo eo eoeo eoeoeoeoeoo eoe GTHE FIRST a a D National Bankc f 0 OF j D SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 0W1 e ci 0CAPITALSurplus and Undivided j Profits 25000 0OFPKEHS- Be L Litw y Ire dllut aJoLu W ViroPnwMoute A C JIoKIroy Outfitter a tCnytjiurtr e 0e DIREOTOKS 0l B U LIttioy J w L nviH a QILIIIJltJe1JIt e 0 0InoOI din e ao We grant ever favor consistent e with safe banking If you have 6 5 not already an account with this 0O bank we invite your patronage e J- eoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOeQ SEfi RA A Nalley9 THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want unclean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building t eoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness tf IoooooeoQOQQo I PREMIUM AWARDS 1 1By The Washington County Fair Company During the Four Days Meeting Last Week 1 3ra T t JJt I FIRST DAY Rag Carpet Mrs Mitchell RobertsonPatchwork ddle man iooit Worsted Quilt Julia BlaSln ford i Silk Embroidery Mrs D Robert son Worsted Embroidery Julia Blanford Cotton Embroidery Miss Julia Par rott Crochet Work Cotton Mrs T J Work Worsted Miss Lou Booker Embroidered Shirt Waist Mrs L 1L VanArsdaleSet Doilies Miss Wit hams Embroidered Lunch Cloth Missjulia ParrottJDrawn Lined Lunch Cloth Mrs G D Robertson Set Drawn Linen Doilies Miss Sally McElroy Table Scarf Miss Williams Battenburg Centerpiece Miss Willie Knott Battnburg Lunch Cloth Mrs H R Thompson Point Lace Mrs Theo Campbell Renaissance Lace Mrs L M Van Arsdale f Embroidered Couch Pillow Mrs J W Riedel Drawn Work Couch Pillow Mrs J W Riedel Handmade Tie Mrs LM VanArs dale Best made Shirt Waist Miss M L Simms Calico Dress style and machine work considered MrsJ W Riedel Rugin Rag = Work Mrs W F BookerJ Knitted Counterpane Mrs T S Mayes Mt Melick Embroidery Miss Julia Parrott first Mrs TS Mayes second Sofa Pillow Mrs R P Goatley Handsomest Pin Cushion Miss Katie Cain Display of Tis1me Paper Work Miss Julia Parrott Fancy Apron for Lady Miss Jennie Graycroft FancYJm for Child Mrs N D Adams Prettiest Dressed Doll Miss Mary Gleason FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS Hand Bouquet Mrs L M VanArs dale of Cut Flowers Mrs H R P 1Design Bouquet of Roses Mrs G D Robert son Prettiest and tallest Sunflower W A Waters Landscape in Oil Mrs W S Clark son Flowers in Oil Mrs W S Clarkson Portrait in water colors Mrs Robert Sutton 7 Landscape in watercolors Mrs W F Booker Best specimen crayon work Mrs W S Clarkson IBest free hand drawing Mfe Sam Inest pastel work Miss Sue Irvine Onehalt dozen handpaintedplates Mrs Theo Campbell Handsomest specimen handpainted china Mrs Theo Campbell Handpainted placque Mrs Theo Campbell Handpiiintetl miniature Mrs G D Robertson FIWKTS MELONS ETC jfj- Best collection apples H B Waters Best Plato Ben Davis H B Waters Best Plate Wine Sap Same Best Plate Roman Beauty Mrs J J Sharpe Best Plato Maiden Blush H B WatersBest Plate of eating apples not mentioned above R P Blandford BlandfordBest Plate Bartlett Perry DrHopr per Wt c Best Plate of notcmentioned above Mrs Blandford Best Plate of Peaches Mrs R P Goatley Best Plate of Peaches any variety Walter Janes Best Plate of Ives Seedling Grapes Mrs Rose McAllister Best Plate of Grapes any variety not mentioned above Miss Sally McElroy Best collection of Plums Mrs Katie Watermelon any variety T A Grundy Muskmelon any variety Mrs J H WalkerBest Canteloupe S W Williams Largest Pumpkin 1t P Goatley i PRODUCE 1FA3ULY Miss Allen J H Green White Lady Cake Mrs J H Green White Sponge Cake Miss Rose FoodCake Miss Rose Cleaver Caramel Cake Miss Rose Cleaver Cocanut Cake Miss Mag Shader Chocolate Cake Mrs H P McChord Ribbon Cake Mrs J H Green Variety of Preserves Mr3T Mahon Loaf of Light Bread Miss Willie of Corn Bread Mrs J Y Mayes Home made Cheese Miss Rose Cleaver Biscuit soda Miss Nell Reed Biscuit beaten Mrs E S Mayes Best home made candy Miss Rose Cleaver 1 Best ham cooked Mrs T P OBryan Best saddle of mutton cooked Mrs T P OBryan Jar of canned peaches Mrs J H Green Jar of cucumber pickles Miss Julia Parrott Jar of Chow Chow Mrs J H Green Kentucky Grape Wine Mrs G D RobertsonrBlackberry Wine Mrs JA Cecil Cider Vinegar Mrs J T Eddleman1 Sample of Honey Mary L Mudd Display of Jelly Mrs J 4L Green Display of Preserves Miss Sue Clements GRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS Best 12 ears of white corn Ben 12 ears of yellow corn Charles Higdon Best onerhalf bushel of red wheat John Polin Best onehalf bushel of rye C L Grundy VEGETABLES Best onehalfbushel Irish potatoes R A Thompson Best peck onions Mrs Ben Haydon Best peck turnips John Polin Best Peck Beets Mrs L Anderson Best peck tomatoes Mrs A C Kimball r Best display of vegetables Mrs Eliza Mitchell POULTRYr Best pair barred Plymouth Rocks Chas Harmon Pair white Plymouth Rocks B B Leachman Pair black Minorcas A C KimbalL ElmaIPair any other variety turkeys Chas Harmon Any other variety geese Mrs J H Walker Best collection chickens not mentioned above R F Parrott lBest collection of chickens not less breeds A C Kimball HORSE STOCK Mare fur years old and over L H VanArsdale Marethree years old and under four M Wall I Mare two years old and under three J H VanArsdale Mare one year old and under two M Wall Mare under one year old J H Van Arsdale Roadster Stallion Leonard Baker Pair buggy geldings R IE Goddard SECOND DAY i iHOGSBerkshire boar one year old and over Orange Frye Berkshire boar under one year old same f Sow over one year old same Soot under one year ld same Poland China BoiirSo r one year pld Orange Frye Boar undergone yearjold JefF Robards Sow under one year old same Sweepstakes OrangeF1JcSow arfy age any breed same e + SHEEP Buck over one year old C H Irvine Buek under one year old G W Foster Ewe over one year old C H Irvine Ewe under one year old same SweepstakesfBuck any age C H Irvine Ewe any age same PONIES l= Shetland pony tandem any sex any age C H Irvine Shetland stallion mare or gelding any age Rodman Thurmant rHORSE STOCK Pair buggy mares Matt jWeiseger Stallion four years old and aver R F i S Beasley Stallion three yea old and under four W M HughesFStallion two years old and jntclKf three Sandidge Son y Stallion one year old and under two W S Gibbs Stallion under one year old ItSale geldingirrSaddle gelding four years old and over 31 Wall Saddle gelding three years old and under four Wm Nichols Roadstermare or gelding JG CeciL Saddle mare or gelding Matt Weiser gen Saddle mare stallion or gelding owned in Washington county Leonard Baker THIRD DAY 4CATTLE f Bull two ars old andover I HI ThurmanSBull one year old and under two H R ThompsonBull one year old Robt Mayes Cow two years old and over John Brown Cow one year old and under two I H Thurman Cow under one year old Eo J Brown Sweepstakes Bull any age Robert Mayes Cow any age John Brown Herd of cattl owned by one man I H Thurman t s Jersey cow one year old and over J + A Boulware BABY SHOW Handsomest baby under two years old Lewis Walker PONY RING Shetland station mare or gelding Ray Thurman HORSEsTCCKt Saddle stallion three years old land over Sandidge Son Mare four years old and over 31 HI VanArsdale Mare three years old and under four iB W Phillips Mare two years old and under three fMare M WalL Mare under one vearc old JH Van 1Gelding M WalL psiGeldingfour Leonard Baker Rockaway mare or gelding Rl RGoddard J Combined stallion mare or gelding M WalL Roadster stallion mare or gelduig M WalL FOURTH DAY JACKS AXD JENNETS Jack three years old and over W 1McEkpy Jack two years old and under three Mike Makin I Jack one year old and and r two Makin Gibbs Jacjunder one year old Tom L ton ttttwp years bver WJL CaldwelL Jennett one year old and under two same Jennett under one year old i Tom t Hamilton Sweepstakes Jack any age w JcBlroi Jennett any age W LCardwelL MULES rfHorse mule two years old and over RLPanrotL Horse mule under one year old L H Thurman Mare mule twoyears old and under tlfee Wi L Graddy Mare mule one year old under two Tom Simms rareI ule under one year old Baybr Hamilton Sweepstakes Horse mule any age R L ParrqtL aremule any age W L GraddsMare and mule colt Barber b Hamilton Pair mufes either sexW LGraddy HORSE STOCKS Saddle stallion mare or gelding Mttr Wall i oyerLeonardStallion three years old and under four M Wall s Stallion or gelding two years bid and under three Sandidge Son Stallion one year old and under two IW S Gibbs Stallion under one year old Evan Sale Pair Shetland mares or gelding Frank Peters BestiTurnout Dr RBardsl Greatest contrast team Mitchell Peters Roadster stallion mare or gelding M Wall X s Mare and colt Frank Peters Combined mare or gelding Sandidge V 8 Son Best double team Matt Weiaejper V Saddle mare threeyears old and overt M WalL Subscribe for 1b JLOO tt l 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 ft 81 181818818 W C GRIGSBY I I The Optician X t 9jeyesfityou should see him and he will frankly tell youwhat is to be done He has made a special study of eye testing and glass fitting and guarantees satisfaction We use nq guess work in fitting glasses Each frame is made to fit the patients face Remember the date Saturday September 9 at The Walton Hotel r Eyes Examined Freer W C Grigsby Optician i Bardst own Ky If IISPRINGFIELD i 1905IWednesday August 30 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY L SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for ItraJ1SJDISSIon th mails as secondc1 matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 r J v TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One lSts Months Three Months J rnWritmgro re yonr address chan always give the postdffice to which your wish sgoin sent as uostoffice to which you DEMOCRATIC TICKET Conor JuoozB1LJitse 3iayeiCorzrREPRESENTATIVE W D CJaybrooke SHERIFF JSOsbcrarneRC- FERDtTEXDEST OP ScaootaJ W Bu h JAILER Geo P Catlett ASSESSOR T P OBryan W T 3fItcbe CoaoNERJL3fontgomervHOPE 3 Dont let loose oi Hope Cling to it like the nail clings to the finger like the skin clings to the flesh Go over the precipice down into the whirlpool hogging it to your b sora If gaunt dig easel ds you up to the yawning t grave cling t3Hope and af ter a while yourfriends may be deelighted to hear you whistling Yankee Doodle TJie two greatest medicines known to the world are Hope 4 and calomel the former makes the heart pump right the late ransacks the liver biles it down soapjsudspear before the footlights and dance an astonishingly scientifi- Jig Some poor fellows swallpw ten grains of morphine at a cost of by ntv five celtsburialex penses toowhena twocent postage stamp inVested in thre grains of calomel would clear tip matters oin a most satisfactory manner Hope and cl10 eFThey r the remedies Theyre the antisuicides The former can be procured by exercising a little common senseby listening a song by hugging a little child to your breast by goingi home and kissing the old woman by talking over the times when you told her she was sweeter than i pounds of brown sugar and she answered by saying your little mustache was real becoming the latter remdygo around to the drug store and buy jt calomel three grains with a little sodai1 swallow Just Hefore retiring and well guarantee that by 9 o clock inextens will look like a mountain gold and the blue skies will bean as immense sheet of silver ItS a big piece of tomfoolery t iffyourself i Yellow fever kids five men where it kills one Avon an a bounces an expert If this is true the mosquito uses blamed poor judgment when it goes out on a biting expedition A man up in Michigan has been sent to the penitentiary for steal jng a billy goat A 4 wouldnt ieIf the courts of the country would make it possible for the newspapers of the country to printthe story of a hanging ev storyiA of d soon become very scarce Abraham Lincolns birthplace in LaRue county was sold last Monday for 3600 It will to more money than that to buy Abes Vah birtbh place During the past two wee there have been six suicides in woulllj commit such a rash act we wool leave thecity fsChicago mail asked a ivom for a kiSs She picked him in t mouth knocked some false teeth down into his windpipe and ii e choked to death That was very unladylike PRATHERS CREEK Tsistercorrespomfentst us that we do not write oftener It seems to me that we are not doing our duty as we should to help build up The Sun For mVprtl have hard had time to write a letter but will t and do my part from now on rOurpublic school is progr sing nice under the management of Professor Sweeney follotiyid ng se to J T Skeans twenty stock ewes at 550 per head W B Hatchett to W atlc5 per Holliday to G H Christerson ten ewes at 450 per head Jacob Qoconougher arid wife Perry vile visited relatives near this pia last week and took in the fair Boyele county spent Tuesday with her parents here and attended the fair Wednesday Everyone says the fair this year was the best ever held in the county hea J Mr J M Russell has received from Washington about 200 nice fish Which he will put into his large pond e Public Sale of Household Goods K On Friday September 1 at 1 oclock p m I will offer to the high hoxtee MRS KATE CANTER for Sale I have a lotof office fixtures and su r instruments which I desire to sell Low price Also a sqda fountain and a horse and buggy DR S JISMolcK PIKEI We travel on this pike once in awhile and thought a few lines would be appreciated Rev Pieters had a clerical visitor lately He stayed for d few days and did the preaching last Sunday His discourse was enjoyed by all The CollegeIndiananame He was quite successful at the burg for when he left he took along with him four boys who will devote themselves to the different studies in the well known colle e The reverend guest has a greatmany relations around Willisburg who are proud to have sud h a learned gentleman their family Mrs James A Cecil obtained the blue ribbon on her homemade wine It was well deserved for the beverage was just simply delicious and we would not mind receiving a sample for ta Christmas present Some boys of this neighborhood have enrolled themselves for Gethsemane College this year but we failed to learn the names of these privileged young menSaint Catherines also will have a few young ladies Saint Catherines is JS grand institution and one can con gratulate herself if it was her boon to be educated there The academy so Sun stated will be opon on Sep sisteofrs d success Mr John Tucker has to hang his tobacco in his surries and buggies pantry and meathouse as the carpenters failed to get through with the tobacco barn Baptistgreat acquisition for thechurch nWe witnessed a very imposing ceremony at the Beech Fork river bridge last week It was the fulfilling of the ordinance of baptism Thirteen brethren were received in the church which shows that our eloquent divine has not worked in vain at Mill Crock church Miss Ella Shaunty has left us for teachintS gora very young woman Vebelievestrongly that she has been writing some very interesting apdtrmuch appreciated articles for the popular Springfield Sun Her talk was the kind the world neetjs so much today it was straight talkstraight in facts andright straight to the point We all hope Miss Alert will let us hear from her again and give us a few more series of talk TheSSpringfield fair was a success in everywaygood stock splendid order wkeas a very not too warm and very pleasant There was a fine display of babies and it would have been hard for us to tie the blue ribbon neighborhooks d P S Barbetand Albert Hamilton rarely entered the ring with stock without AIdr beautiful stallion winning the blueHe was of fered a good price for his nice animal yetheas he showed him since the time he was suckling colt he has won the blue The horse will be at Bardstown where we hope he will have the success he had a t Springfield Sam is a very energetic farmer and is very successful He is a hardworking man and Everything he possesses has been earned through attention to duty and laborb visitinhg in cr her friends is missing her much Dr George Shaunty although head over heels in work at Louisville has IsrYe a itlyis us ee m andjputting city patients The public school under Ute iianage ement of the Misses Osbor is doing verj nicely and the numeroi s Children who attend are making iemirknble progress to the great satis action and parentscWe have been trying our lest to find out who Pate wile but hay failed so farlVe will not give it up We hope to hear from hint this week With best wishes Iam yours truly- GUEsArIT MACKVfLLE JMiss Sallie Fleming and little niece of Indiana are visiting her sister Mrs Hartford Turner i Mr Johnny Caul and wife of Louisville are visiting relatives here Mrs Maggib Kendall and children whp have been visiting Mrs John Gil1 lespie left Friday for their home in TennesseeMiss Shewmaker visited relatives at Battle last week 3V Todd left yesterday to attend conference at Covington The new Christian church at Mack ville will be dedicated the first Sunday in to The Sun Messrs R CARDW AifWillham ham and E f Perkins fair Saturday Mr Robert Noelof turned to old Kentucky ture home We gladly Ruck to Cardwell At present our farmers ting tobacco All report sMiss Nannie Royalty is week with Mrs S H will attend the Baptist Glens Creek Thursday JT Moberly has sold sisting of 150 acres to for 4500 Pdssession November and Mr to this farm Several from here court Mnday The entire community asking Frederickstown good physicians as we need of one This is a and there would be no muneration for services Willie Long lost a death this week Perkins Brown zens of Cardwell with every Friday evening at PoundIMrs Henry J T Mqberlys Sunday Miss Nannie Voteau is week with Mrs Alice Mr W L Stock Graham bought two nice young one from Preston Burras joe Lamkin of Salvisa now has five jacks all Green Foster of Rose nice yearling horse to Ai Bowling Green at the for30 cash E G Holliday sold 85 Royaltj at 425 per he len RO alty 20ewes at same to J J Holliday per head Lawrence Catlett sold G Hol day for 37qO RcA Willham sold 10 Riley a 6 per head Perkins Brown Hays and Robert Brown W L Graham sold Lamkin for 150 Mr Hickman sold a IT J Brown for 100 Perkins Brown sold Elroy Bros for 75 PeopleeAmOsHood sold a liday for 55 DEEP 3 A good number of our the fair at Springfield Mr Jake of Boyle county passed vicinity Thursdayon West Kimberlins James Best and family with the family of J H Little Jane May Thursday night and week with her brother erJohn Elliott and son completed their work Christian church nt now at home building a for themselves W B Carpenter and their aunt Nancy ajjey Saturday and Sund Anderson Holdertnan guests day L at the home of Dr Crumes Hon WDClaybrooke Louisville tomorrow here he will represent Dr hargedwith shooting donico in that city the Mr Claybrooke believes will be acquitted on ah 1 rTHE BIG W Well JTHE BIG STORE BIGI High Art Clothes h Are the Best to look for anything better in Fine Suits They feel the very first time you wear them and they retain their shape during their long wear left a Few Extreme Nice Things In Two lase Sins ia ergs and Crash Strictly U te Date Styles Stock of s ShirtsNeckwear Underwear Ho Gloves Handkerchiefs Sus Umbrellas Etc Etc PRICES RIGHT handle the most com stock of mens furn in Central Kentucky THIt Sole Agents Per the fin- alWALKOVER SHOES FOR MEN 1 PRICES S3150rAll the aiijKind Try one of our Special Stiff Hats in the New Block Price 300 Any siZeThese Hats e Especially fqr us and a4er fiuranteed towearI 1 desire a suit made to your measure we would like to have r which will receive the most careful attention We to fit and please you Brothers 7J U = W e have many t h njell besides quinine and al such bitter things Dont think we are most happy when you are sick u x course if you must be sick we should like to f sell you your medicines and fIll- y ur prescriPtions but we Have a thousand andone things that you need besides medicines Come in and see what we have for the comfort and convenience of the well Red + Drug- StoreSMOCK HAYDON UNIETHS SUBSCRIBE FOR THE SUN 1 A YEAR 0 ac i I = THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 5 J J I I tI 1i J I ABSOLUTE FINAL CLEARANCE SALE OF- jL = SUMMER GOODS Eori 30DaysWash 50c MercerIzed Effects J 30c 2Oc Wash Taffetas i2 c 40c Embro deredTisueso 25c 15c Batiste mJ 10 20c organdies 12c oc Mona Silks J12c20c Embroidered vons 15c Voils 12cIr n One Lot 1lens 100 Shlrts1at 35c f rnishing Goods Ladies Su er Vests5c Sc lOc slid 15c Ladies Pan 1r J15c 20 and25c Ladies Musin Skirts 50c 75c 1 and up Ladies Gowns 75c 1125 andup Ladies Black and Tan Dropped StItch Hose lOc 15c and 25c cleanup Summer goods receiving regardless We Have Much Summer Offer i We will sell in our at Price Dont this on Wall Paper We are great in r Lace Wi offer special to CASH We Cash and will rises to it us a before t Everything new in Music 25 cents IE M Russell I Little Boy Japs us 1If you have anything out df repair ont forget G B Taylor The Sun office Pint quart and fruit jars rubbers and extra tops at John C Shaders I sin r the be in Springfield Ky on County Court August 2Sth 1905tob- UJ 100 mule colts and 50 yearlings = sow came to my farm about five weeks ago Owner can have her by paying for this notice o and her keep St T LOGSDON last five hogSf weighing about 120 pounds each strayed from my farm one mile from Springfield Reward for infor mation LUTHER f BuGGY last Saturday Jafternoon my buggy was taken romt the fair grounds and an old one n I cow white spots came to my farm about July 15 Owner can have cow by paying for this advertise ment andher keep G W WHEATLEY Blincoe Ky Mr and Mrs Edward Pile whore side near Maud announce that they will entertain their friends on Septem t ber 14 from 2 until 8 oclock the occa sion being the celebration of their cot ton wedding LOSTA blue serge coat ber tweeri and Mrs John W Kelleys house on the Bloomfield road Return to Sun office As the meeting is begin next Sunday morning and I will be engaged ina meting at Pleasant Run there will be no services at the J C HOSKINSON J In to a of and room for Fall and are now for the next 30 we will of cost Half except get Give trial Called great opposite STRAY BURNS boys we 31975 cow and calf at 3160 cow at 2250 cow at 1950 two yearling heifers at 1140 each heifer at 1950 bull at 37 threeyear old horse at 11050 harness horse at 8625 harness horse at 65 Plugs ranged from S25 to S50 OF CORN Somebody pin county gave the Hon C C a hand of corna sort of extended hand Hqw Its a pjain Indian corn affair andhas a thumb and three complete fingers the little finger raving failed to skowHip ift A very enjoyable affair waS the cele bration by Mr John Grundy Adams at his home near Lorefto recently of his seventieth birthday on which occasion there was also a family reunioh Mr Adams was born near Fenwick county and is a son of Elisha mar ried Miss Frances McIntire of Bran denburg Ky wio has many relatives in Washington county in 1875 and who is two years his junior rand Mrs Adams have nine children six sons E H of Loretto R Lof Lebanon county and E F burg Ky and three daughters Mrs Ralph Hickerson of Mclntire Mrs C JJanes of croakesville and Miss Laura Adams who lives with her par ents all of whom together with nine teen graced the occasion with their presence A sumptuous dinner wa served to fifty guests after which Mr Miller the popular photog rapher of Lebanon made satisfactory pictures of the family in groups as souvenirs of the happy occasion The shadows began to lengthen warning those who had to meet the train that the best of friends must part so after presenting to Mr Adams many tokens of love and esteem and a song on the organ God Be With You Till We Meet Again Itby Mrs J G Adams Jr in which all oined in the singing und wishes expressed for many more happy birthdays for the aged but honored host the occasion had made an ev rgrecn spot in their memories 0 Subscrillb for The 1 a00aa OOOOO I PersonallNotes i o t Visitors In and Out of Town Aa rf Round Up of the Weeks T e o Personal News Dr George Shaunty of Louisville spent several days here last week Miss Cecilia S ithof Chicago is the guest of Miss Mamie Klfott MrT M Edwards of Lebanon attended the fair here Saturday Mr and Mrs Alerrimejc and iLaug- hter of Louisville are guests ut the home of Mr Ben Haydon Miss Gertrude Stoker of Bards townis of Miss Myrtle Price iJ Hugh Swearingen and Guy Wig gington of Fairfield were here last w Ed Howardstown is visiting his nither at this place rDr John Shauhty of Froduricks town was here Friday Misses Hnllie Huston and Nellie Andrews of Maud are guests at the home of H D Stiles Mis Florence Hamilton of Fred erickstosln relatives here Little Miss Weisin of Louisville is1 the guest of her aunt Mrs i W E Leachman at The Walton r Mr Thomas Spalding and wife of Bardstown attended thq fair here last week Mr William Boll of Howardstown visited friends here last week t Mr J V Ripof Louisville was hereon business one day last week Mrs Garland and children of Louisville are visiting relatives herm sr Mrs John Clements and Miss Mary Mulvex of Lebanon here lastweekMr Blanford returned to his home at Pineville after a ten days visit here Mr Mike Davison of Louisville spent a few days here this week with his brother Editor E L Davison Jr Mr Morrison ONan and two Mr Frank Martin and daughter and others whose names we did not learn left this morning for a 1750 andlS Suits 1250 1650 Sui- ts1150r + 15iOO Suits everal days fishing trip near Fred rickstown Miss Irene Warfield who has been pending the summer at Walker heights has returned tb her hoine in Louisville tiMr J H McClure was in Lebanon Tuesday Mr Richard Edelen of Bardstown was here the first of the week Miss Catherine Sparling of Leba non was here yesterday Mr Emmett McElroy and Mips McElroy of Kansas City Mo who are vfsiJmg relatives here will return home Saturday Mr T D Wells wife and children are visiting relatives at Bardstown Miss Margie Bpnta spent laveekh- ere the guest of her sister Mrsi3 IL Bishon Mr and Mrs Will Hit an left this morning for a visit to the latters at Adairville ti Miss Ella McAtee has returned to her jjiome m incinnati after a visit to nor sister Mrs It W Wathen MrJ William Boone has accepted a position at St Louis and left Monday for that place Mr RJW Wathen and wifeand Mrs Polin Bansbury Visited ntMcIntire list week Mr M H Jones and two children attended ihe Shelby county fair last week Mr van who has been quite ill of fever at Camp Point Ill is Mr a id Mrs C R McElroy and daughter Miss Sallie are spending the week at atham Mr Abe Adams of and Miss Ora Cummins of Dnnviire were the guests Q Miss Nora Bonta1 last wee Rev R W Tyler wife and child of Hanover Indwere visiting his aunt Mrs W F NeTkirk here last week Mr und Mrs Louis VanArsdale of Harrods urg spent last week here the guests of Mr and Mrs James R Noe Mr Len Mattingly of Louisville attended the fair here last week Mrs Kate Williams is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week buying a stock of millinery goods Mr JR Knott who has been visiting his niece Mrs W E Selec f = For 3O f I All 35c 40c and 50c White gee J12c and 15c Zephyr Ginghams 10c 12Jc Percales SAll 65c and Toe Wool Dress Goods 1 l II46inch38inch Mohairs 5OC i One Lot ijijttc and 75c at 25c = fr 0 Mens o Patent Leather Oxfords 350 Mens S4 Russia Oxfords Boys 3 Patent Leather Oxfords 250 Boys 250 Russia Oxfords SL9S Ladies 350 Patent Oxfords 248 Ladies 250 Russia Oxfords 193 Mens Ladies and Childrens Canvas Oxfords less than coSt 1rWerything WallPaper Department Ingrains miss opportunity offering Carpets Rugs Window ShapesLand Curtains want make buying Cunningham Duncan Springfield Ky Local News Notes JTry halffgallon YOulwant dayMonday EsTRAYAfiarga Wednesday LOSTItOn reIturnEsraAYRed Springfield Presbyterian Methodistchurch order make Goods make Winter which days make prices I fOl1lowing threeyearold IHAND politicianlike doYOUcomeonoldboyT Birthday Celebration Washington inINelsonl grandchildren thattoSmnyear- Y Too Clothing And 0- aaaODaa aaQaao thewest Mildof isyisitirig Thompson visitedpjfriends 10 Marghret mother Rgerr Harrodsburg DaysI Wash Goods Goodsn Mens Shirts i Low Shoes xi04 inducements inducements buyers HOGsOri daughters improving man left Monday Mr Robert Russell and daughter Tabitha of Harrodsburg spent a few l days here last week with Mr G P Carpenter and sister Mr W H Davis wife add daughter of Pittsburg Kan and Mr and Mrs B F Vass of Hopkinsville are- visitinpat the home of Mr L M Gre gory near town Miss Jennie and John Spalding of Bardstown were guests at the homeiof Mr John Simms during the fair Mary Hamilton of Freder 11lfiSS visited the Misses Simms dur Mrs MaryColgan and Misses Gertrude Colgan Lottie Keller Lilli Gor don Lula Milligan Mary OMaliey Ueyfamong t guests at Walker Heights IMrs T A Medley and children of 0wensboro are guests at the home of Mr George Medley j Miss Sadie Mayes attended the- helbyvife fair lust weekri1 Miss Bessie Settles of Maud i is he guest of hiss Emily Russell r Miss Logan of Danville was the gne t of MrsT Mayes last week Mrs R P Nell of Woodlawn is visiting Mrs W K Marks iMr Robert larks was in Louisville Sunday Miss Jennie Spalding of Bards town wasJtheo guestof friends here last week rMias Marjorie Wall and brother Frank of Louisville are visiting rela tives here this week Dr WV Ray of Lebanon was here one day last week E F McWhorter Miss Emma McWhorter Mrs John A and Charlie Wolf ord and Miss Fannie Hoskins of Campbellsville and James Miller Wm Baishand wife and Mr Hoc er of Louisville spent a few days here this week with the family of Mr C RI McWhorter Dr and Mrs T D Williams of Bardstown spent several days here this week with TaylorISpalding MissLucie Selecman gave a watermelon party last evening J M Corbett of Louisville is visiting friends in the county t IThe little son of Mr and Mrs C Jr Haydon is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Miss Elise Durrett who has ben visiting at the home of Dr Hyatt is feverI ofIthelast Monday a primary election ins mWa3hihgtoncall will be printed is the next issue of The Sun t Shiners Captured DzPntyUnitedrevenue officers made a successful raid among the moonshiners at Hardm Springs Wednesday night of last week The officers the night previous located a stiH in the Hardin Springs hills The justbeencers then retired leaving the still with the view of capturing theU moon shiners thQ following night Upon returning the next evening the still had been hauled away ina wagon The officers followed the tracks which led into the horse lot of Sam Walker Walkers house was then surrounded Sam Walker and his son William Sam puswell and George Robert Wit lis were within afterwardicam to Owensboro for trial About twenty gallons of moonshine whisky were found in the wagon with the stilL The whisky was then poured upon the still jmd fired by the officers The still and a brandnew Stndeb kerwagonwere destroyed by fire It is claimed that these men are the last of the moonshiners in the vicinity of Hardin Springs Jeff Cundiff and other revenue officers having captured all other illicit distillers or chased then off into other more inviting fields of operation The Hardin Springs ani alwaysbeenshiners tt but it is now thought the county is rid of them Their suppression has been largely due to the efforts- of Marshal Cundiff who was born aM raised in Meeting Creek He knoWS every ravine and hog path in that part of the county and consequently is able to cope with all illicit distillers in the moonshiners country Subscribe for The Sun 100 jaam Subscribe for The Sun illt rear For sate uy 1 j Hayit Sprfc Ckfe r J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 t MELD CAPTIVE By the Indians Was a Boy Down lollexas TREATED LIKE A COMANCHE THE coMANtHEs SURROUNDED AND CAPTURED ME Gnthrle Okla The recent buffalo Jiunt arid wild west sports at the 101 Xamch in northern Oklahoma for the entertainment of the delegates to the National Editorial association has re sulted in bringing out the interesting life story of one of the visitors John B Polston a business man of Davis I T who for more than four years lived as a captive with the Comanche Indians- I was taken captive by this tribe ben I was 15 years old Polston said And remained with them four years Wing treated in every way just like oner the Comanche youths They found- we on Elm creek about 35 miles from FQrt Griffin Tex in the spring of 1867 At the time I was herding saddle horses owned by Merchant ci Taylor cattlemen at Pilot Mound and as I was alone the XJomancbes had no trouble whatever in tforrounding and capturing me My youth of course saved my life for the Indians were on a raid and had jwith them over 1000 head of horses twhich they had stolen from the farmers and ranchers of Texas It was only bout 100 miles to the Indian territory line and the Indians made direct for their reservation after taking in charge the 40 horses which I was In charge of JAt the time I was captured they had even fresh scalps with them and when Jtheir home camp was reached they had a grand old dance under these bloody war trophies threehYsIndians participating I firmly believed that I would be killed when the dance ended perhaps tortured to death but I was not even molested I was fre 1quently moved from one camp to another during the first few months but afterward was left with the tribe all the time and treated as an Indian I was moved frequently to keep my friends from finding me in case a search was made I found out later that the cowboys believed the Indians had killed me dur ing the raid andthat it was useless to Attempt a recapture All or the horses In my possession in the cow camp were taken by my captives and those the IIndians had left at the camp were too tired to take part in a chase after the redskins My mother lived 150 miles east of the cow camp and It was sev eral months before she even knew of jay disappearance While with the Comanches 1 hunted all winter and made bows and arrows during the summer months I have made and poisoned thousands of ar rows for the members of the tribe We would take large rattlesnakes and have them bite a piece of fresh liver The liver would turn green when properly poisoned and the points of arrows would be cut into the poisoned meat and placed in the sun to dry This ar rowPolnt would inoculate a man and cause almost instant death in practically every sense I was shot in the i eck by a poisoned arrow just a year before I was taken captive and J cannot hear with the left ear Phy sicIans tell me the drum has been trokea The arrow entered my neck just below the left ear the scar being still visible Polston when nearly 20 years old t made his escape from the tribe while many of the warriors were on another Texas raid He returned home butthe life In the territory had gained such a b hold on him that he came back and has ever since made it his permanent home Strange Freak of lightning Bucyrus O During a storm light Sling struck an iron hitching post In front of the David Krauter residence The post was destroyed and a part of the bolt jumped to the kitchen where 3irs Krauter was cooking A knife in her land attracted the lightning and she was severely shocked The mam part of the bolt jumped from the hitch Ing post to a bed of white dahlias Tfi the center of which stood a single red blossom None of the white flowers wu injured in the least but the red tie and its stalk were complcitelj w1pid out J A little forethought may save you no 1endbf trouble who makes it jt rule to Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy at hand knows this to be a fact For sale by C J Haydon druggist L KENTUCKY BRIEFS Little Paragraphs From Every Section of State- Suicide Ovfcr Love Mlddleburg K Aug AffairIRash 21 wds found field near WJldie with wound in hl head He had left hisII home presumably to pick beans neighboring cornfiei It is thought he was despondent over a love affair and that he took his own life Old Indian Fighter Dead Newport Ky Aug 28 Francis Winters 80a veteran of the Indian wars died at the home of his daugh ter Mrs jL Young 816 Centralave nue T Winters enlisted in the army in 1854 He served through the cam paign argainst the Seminole Indians and the war of the rebellion Insane Woman Escaped Louisville Ky Aug 283trs Ella La Neave of Gloverport Ky one of the wealthiest women in Breckren ridge county escaped from her broth er and a physician at the Willard ho tel here while being taken to the Beechhurst sanitarium She has with her a tenyearold daughter f Run Down By a Covington Ky Aug TrainIvin 35 was probably in the C O yards beneath the street viaduct It Is said he was11thl tempting to step out of the way approaching train and was struCk by a yard engine coming from another dl rection Young Nominated counItlesWA Young Paynter candidate and Walter Sharp Blackburn candidate stiows Youngs majority to be 859 Williams CapturedSOwingsville Ky Aug 28News comes from Morgan county that John Williams charged jointly with Wade Quacksall Sam Mainard and three oth er men with kidnaping Lydia and Ma ry Phipps and holding them in the woods all night has been captured Refugees in Lexington Lexington Ky Aug 28 Fiftynine refugees from Vlcksburg Miss and Lake Providence La arrived here and will remain until after frost falls Some of them announce their Inten lion of going to French Lick and West Baden Douglas Will Retire Lexington KylAug 28J J Douglas of Louisville has consigned his entire trotting stud of 30 brood mares and youngsters to the fall sale of the Kentucky Sale Co and he will retin from the ranks of breeders tFranhton is guilty of the murder of George and James Smith according to his own statement made after the killing of his cousin Will Newton and the latters father and mother 1FellFror Her Buggy Louisville Ky Aug28lrs Margaret Petters of Jeffersonville fel from the rear of her buggy in SouthILouisville and sustained a the base of her skull from which she died a few hours later cent of the in reIIcent official investigation IJTHE SMITH MURDER William Newton Relative of Cal N w1 ton Under Arrest Frankfort Ky Aug 2C William aged 23 years relative of Cal Newton who Is charged with the murder of the Smiths father and son at Efihvllle was arrested near that placp Fridav afternoon Hewas not brought to jail here but kept ujirler guard overnight at the home of Sheriff Jeifer There he was sweated by Common wealths Attorney Franklin Me sher iff and Detectives Robert Stubhs and Fred Kenner of the city JeJlartment- of New OrlwinR La who are in Ken tucky on business and happened to he cniects at the sheriffs home The con ference lasted until midnight and the length of llj and the fact that Now ton was not bro 1 hton to Jail hare are taken as evidence that he has broken down and told a story to the ofllccrs The new uspect according to Cal Newtons cutn statement was with him aljl of the morning of the day of the shooting and at the time it took place THE THIRD REGIMENT It Arrives In Camp VeiserIs Com posed Principally of Veterans Paducah Ky Aug 26The Third regiment arrived at Camp Yeiser The Bloody Third as it is known for valiant service In the Philippines is composed principally of veterans The are from Bowling Green Central City Henderson Hopkinsville Mayfield Owensboro Madisonville and Earllngtori Another storm hit the camp at 1 oclock There was a small panic among the general officers Gov Beckham and his staff For ah hour the lightning was one continuous flash The governor worked heroic ally with Gen Haley to keep their tent from going down Both were drenched with rain This was the second storm the QVrnor experfenced in camp in E5 Fifty Men on Guard Lexington Ky Aug 26Cot Roger D Williams arrived here from Russell ville with the Lexington and Frankfort companies of the Second regiment having left a provisional company of 50 men and a Galling gun under com mand of Capt Longmire to guard the prisoners who are to be tried for as saulting Mary Gladder His Bond Placed at 5000 j Frankfort 26Deputy United States Marshall F L Horn of Knott county who several days ago shot and killed Irvjin Short an alleged moonshiner surrendered himself to Commissioner Chapman and was released on bond of 5000 to answer to the United States district court Poolrooms May Reopen Newport Ky Aug 26 Negotiations under way looking tote location here of the poolrooms recently compelled to close up in Covington With the final closing of the La ton la race track lit is said that the operators will try It in Campbell county His Throat ICutKy Aug 26 George machinist who shot his former employer Richard C Stew art of the Stewart Iron works In this cityrlast February 16 committed sui cide at his home in Cincinnati by cut ting his throat The Methodist Conference L 1tchuield K Aug 26The Merh- Odis conference will be held in Leitch beIpan g to give them a hospitable wel com Wsalthy Timber Merchant Killed London Ky Aug 26 George Farris a wealthy timber merchant of Grays Knox county was shot and killed near here Facts have developed whicti point to a probability that Farris vas murdered by a negro and rob bed Lives Week With His Brain Exposed Stith ton Ky Aug 26 Charles Cathern 50 is dead from a wound in the head selfinflicted on August 16 He used a shotgun and lived a week with part of his skull torn away and the brain exposed Many Cases of Diphtheria- Frankfort Ky Aug 26There are about 50 cases of diphtheria in the Elmville and Harvieland precincts of this county and to stamp It out these sections may be quarantined against IfT New Kentucky Bank tGlasgow Ky Aug 26The Citi zeus bank has been organized at Glas goh1nctiqn a railroad station ten miles north of this place and the capi tal stock Is 15000 German post office employes must obtain the special permission of tho government beTore they rnarry L Trotters To Met exlngton Ky Aug 24 Secretary TrolttugIlikely that he will arrange a tnreecor nered match race here in October be tween Sweet Marie Tiverton antfSa lie Mack He says it looks now as though these tars will be fit to moet jln a genuine ontest for 10000 a side the time ol the Lexington meet or S3000Q forth winner 24 hoUrtFrllay night Gov BeeVham staff gave society people of radilcahra g rman at the Park pa COAL LANDS SOLD An Eastern Syndicated Buys 25000 Acres in Eastern Kentucky Mt Sterling Ky Aug 2TheS North American Coal Co headed by J nnt lclrgan of NOW York has just comJJleteda purchase of 25000 aores of coal ilamds in Pirie Johnson IHlifVdlleyanti developments will he begun at optionin acres repre sentative of the company says several mints will he opened and railroads built to connect with the C O JOHN JE MADDEN The Turfman Arrives in Lexington From New York Louisville SKy Aug 28 Specials from Lexington state that John E Madden the turfman arrived there from New York Mr Madden denied that he had fled from New York to escape the sentence of thirty days confinement In jail and a fine of 250 im- pOsed by Justice Burr for contempt Justice Burrs ruling was based on thr failure of Mr Madden to appear or- t give deposition In the divorce suit brought by Mrs Madden It was intimated that Mr Madden might go to Cincinnati some time next week and give the required deposition there after her has conferred with his attorneys It Is staid that Mr Mad dens attorney Chart s J Bronstoh exacted a promise that Mr Madden would give no deposition in the di tfromt Subscribe for The Sun 100 year I i WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have a job of work done hav it done at home If you go awa from home to buy or if you go away from home to have times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt worldonenlne nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mailorder house of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice come up Pay your money outat home and It may comeback again of the big mall order lno sesand it will buy2 5cent cigars for some a nropean home The Sun begs to call the attention of its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honorable men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when youcompare yourpurchase 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Snr OBriandeputyJ I MontgomeryS METHODIST eRuRcnHeT JL C Hoskinson SundaysamPrayerBenneyPastoroclock lit Services at St Rose same hours CHKISTIAS Cnva REld W P Wajden Pas tor Services second and fourth Sunday in each month LatinnerPastor tand 7 p us Su imy School every Sunday at 10 yevenlngat WUlImsSundayuesdayevenin at 8 o clock NoJOPolland6ecr t8ocietie cSprinidleI4Lo SMayaThird Mondaynighta in each aaoatlu 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 301985 7 I 0 The PrincessBy ZOE ANDERStftt NORRIS ctrltla lDIJI Zoc JIln Nm ELSPETH who stood within covered veranda shading htsr eyes from the sun rays glancing goldenly over the waving wheatfields and along the dusty daisy flanked road started flushed and turned Yes Frau Weisenberger she an wered obediently Vr4Get the table ready Heinrich commanded the frau snOTply He will be here directly Jj J Yes Frau Wcisenberger And Eliz abelh entered the shining kitchen like wax for cleanliness grid crossed to the cupboard to get down the old blue dishes for Helnrlchs table Almost she could hear the clank of the wooden shoon she would soon be wearing If she continued to lose her Identity as she had done during the past few weeks Indeed BO completely bad she thrown herself into the part she had essayed to play there were times when the I I JL3J HEBE Hli SAID t tact that she bad been sent by the editor of a scientific magazine to this Dutch farmhouse to study the conditions of life among the middle class t Dutch seemed illusion and her existence as dining roam servant under the rigid lint withal kindly dominion of the gruff and thrifty Frau Weisenberger who had gone50 far as to Germanize her name of Elizabeth Into Elspeth seemed the reality SiBded to which Joer task of studying the middle class Dutch who together with some friendly Americans Mine swarming out from New York on eat urdays to stay until Moifday remain Ing in lesser numbers some of them on into the week had been lost In the 4beaut of the old farmhouse and ItsI surroundings In the blue and gold June in the daisies In the jittdrcups 1anddarkling stream that drifted through twin rows of scrubbj underbrush at the foot of the farm and above all this she whispered hesitatingly to her j own conscience In the study of the giant auburn haired farm hand Hein rich who mowed the hay and tended the horses and milled the cons and whom she had grown to serve with a strange contentment at wblch she hud finally wondering forced herself to refrain from She placed a blue cup and plate one the Uitchen table which she had coy ered with a cloth that was like snow for wbiienfess She cut the bread and laid It thereon another plate of the same rich color She put a pat of yellow butter beside It then once more stood nt the kitchen door framed In Tines looking down the dusty road and Waiting for him iThere were some opposit l11Js11l houetted against the sky rat dawul took on the look of coquettish faces iialf hidden by the voluminous veils of the mist Through the day they showed tenderly green part patches of sunlight part patches of shade Now the red gold sun sat slowly back of them shimmering delicately in a gUm merIngsea of orange and gold Therell be rain tomorrow predict ed Frau WelsenbergSr from the van tage of the pantry where she kneaded j the dough for the morning rolls and Elspeth smiling assent kept her eyes shaded from the ardent glow of the redjlrain presaging sun as she fixed 1diem on the vista of theroad waiting patiently for Heinrich Soon there came the sound of uncer tain stumbling feet of cumbersome k farm horses Uncertain they were stumbling they were but for Elspeth they somehow t tad the sound of heartbeats Down the dusty road whose purplish hadows had taken on the tints of the blazing sun loath to set behind the Ydark green bills and leave the world = and Its people there came steadily on ward the two white horses back of them the wagon piled high with hay And loftily poised tbeteon contentedly r x whistling a joypus Dutch roundelay Heinrich His hat was off and the great gold sun sent its mellow rays lovingly slant wise to light up his yellow hair The big white horses halted Hein rich threw back his head with a laugh flung the reins to the ground leaped lightly down and looked straight Into Elspfths face with beautiful eyes that were of the dark blue color of cornflowers I am here he said 71t med nothing strange to Eliza beth that this son of the soil dad In old garments that bad taken to them selves the restful color of that dust of which we are made and to which we must return should say to her with something the regal air pf one accus toml to Command who having ar rived inifst be served with haste I am here y She hastened isere him for was she not the maM of tIle dining room the servant glrtt There were times when she won dered If It could be true that she had ever been anything else His dinner was over The dishes were washed and put shiningly away In the tall china closet mid Heinrich lighting his pipe had whistled to the dog and gone on down too twlllt road leaving the world for the momctlta- little lonelier for Elizabeth Frau Weisenberger had also disappeared Shentr longer called to her in her hurrying Dutch voice Elspeth Elspeth Do this Do that So lit happened that she had this breathlhg shadowy space between twilight avid dark to sit and dream She sat on the step of the old back porch In a wreath of vines rested her elbows on her knees her chin In her bands and looked out on the beautiful red sun dying had left the twilight softly tinged with delicate pur ple A streak of orange cut the dark of the bills from the sky Past the range of the prim old garden sweet with marsh marigolds and bachelors buttons set out with Dutch precision with rows of peas potatoes lettuce and butter beans there showed a glimpse of meadow shadowy with daisies ghosts of daisies lifting star like faces to a star sprinkled sky The fireflies fwlnkled among these daisies now her tnow there now scat tered now swarming Beyond the meadow was the apple orchard with its rows of great green belongingNriI arently to Invisible bodies of burled IThere were the chirp of crickets the croak of tired frogs and the peep of birds getting ready to go to sleep Peace pulsated Elspeth no longer troubled totblnk out the problem of her life She mere ly lived it- Formerly she had suffered from brhin fag It no longer troubled her After the lengthened summer day of work under the tireless commands of Frau Weisenberger the brain rested right willingly too tired to think And after all was that not bestto work through the long long day to tire oneself into sleeping well that dream less sleep that knits up the raveled sleeves then wake again and work At first she had rebelled against this scheme of fate which seemed deter mined to lose her the prestige she owe to the power of the brain which classed her with the only arh tocracy of our republic the arlstocrac r of brains Then she had said to herself that the world Is a wheel which In Its turning brings one ever back to ones native level that great families soon r or later degenerate into ordinary fan lIlies then through the unwonted brl cy pf some son of genius once mOl arise Originally she was the daughter of pioneers who were sons of the soil It was time then that she too return to 7 1rSUE STUM1JLED A3OJ yELEf the soil and she dILu at last willing ly If she remained to the end the serving girl of tle old Dutch farm Louse Wen well und good ljut with one proviso that she serve Heinrich Her thoughts returned to him If plehdlidebuild of him to st through whlcEr appeared at times a Meant of rarbj intelligence incomprehensible to hepto his broken English fraught with mistakes which it took some biting of lip to refraiii from cor recting but above all to his beauty a beauty to be found she reasoned only In sons of the soil unsp lied by culture untainted by the vice of the very riche eyed daisies beck ned to 1iIuJ Mi i tier from the meadow the lampllke wayilUzabeth out her tired arms wltn a little sigh and followed their beckoning She passed swiftly through the long prim rows of old tasbloqed flowers nodding drowsily opened tithe garden gate and walked out into the meadow wading knee deep in daisies through the slumberous sweetness 0f the soft June night melodious with the twitter of birds down toward the sluggish stream that trickled musically between thc dusky protection of its shrubbery On and on went Elizabeth Into the daisy meadow until by apd by she stumbled and felt Site raised hersetf up with a smothered cry Heinrich also Flat On bed of daisies hidden by daisies he lad lain himself down face to the stnrs smoking and dreaqiiiig She had JjYou nldtoDld you i11urt yourself Sit down- S e sat down crushing rife dozen or so of daisies clasped her hands i LOVE YOU about her knees and agajn looked silently out into the beautiful night Helurich planted an elboW In the rich lush soil leaned onJt and looked up at her His tawny head made a patch of warm color in the purplish night Ins pipe gleamed redly J Taking It out of his mouth he began presently to talk and Elizabeth turning from her contemplation of the night stared at him In amazement The broken English with which he was wont to disguise luis faltering thoughts have place to Enslls h of per fect quality jI came to this country he sn toln the guise fL a workliigmnn to study the condition of the middle cl ss American as associated with thclnld die class Dutch who spend tnelr sum mer vacations In Dutch farmhouses In dwii I am Graf Hamel ndbFnnnE1I7tbcth The son of a nobleman aid she a servant girl His next words musically served to calm her trepidation tol never thought he st find so sweet a woman In jserlng maid A neighboring bird trilled slumber ously the fireflies lighted the faces of some near daisies and E Izabeths heart stood wuiUngly stlll ahlle Serving 2I aid or priuceJssnllt- Gmt Hamgvou Crozitlml then I love you There was U moment of Kile nee dur Ing which Elizabeth suddenlj remenv tiered I too am disguised she cried with a joyful laugh And ybu love a princess Impudence hud Dlpfiilj A certain Judge IIIIH a fly yearold niece of whom he Is very roud A few days ago she came to him and said with a very fserious air Uncle there is if qUestlon auout law yottC t Is It jatiently In j Hired the jullgCj Uncle If a man lead u pea oek and It wont unto another mans yard and laid an egg to whom would the egg belong tlu11Qancould bo prosecuted for trespisslng lie wont on to the others pn perty to got It- The child seemed very mu h Inter ested in the explanation and then ob served innocently Vnylc did you never thin that a ShortItStories ScottH JIcNt Complliiieitt While the authorship of the Waver Icy Novels was stlll a question of great literary curiosity Sir Walter S Cott was one night dining In with ti number of other gentlemen Befor long the talk turned iiiion thesj novel fiRlt was apt to do t cult rated people for the popularity of tl series was Immense After la grife flisihy Incidents and characters ht been discussed some one at lent proposed that each gentleman preset should write ona slip of piper Is favorite volume of the set aijd throw It Into a hat that It might be nn where the vote of the company lYe The lint was passed the slips end nd It was found that every than prent had made a different choice jSlral ter always declared that thiswethe greatest compliment he ever reqved St Nicholas r h The Adventure of the Empty House COPYRIGHTE- Is true Holmes answered Up to a certain point he did well He was always a man of Iron nerve and the story Is still told in India how he crawled down a drain after a wound ed maneating tiger There are some trees Watson which grow to acer tain height and then suddenly develop some ecceutrIcItyou will theIoryof his ancestors and thatsuch a sud den turn to good or evil stands for some strong influence which came Into the line Of his pedigree Te person becomes as it were the epltoine of the history of his own family It is surely rather nncltuh Well I uWjIfisist upon it What ever the cause Colonel Moran began to go wrong YWlOlt any open scan dal he still made India too hot to hold him lie retired came to London and again name If was at this sought out by acquiredfi1eVil whom for a time staff Moriar ty supplied him liberally with money and used him only In one or two very high class Jobs which no ordinary crim inal could have undertaken You may have some recollection of the death of Mrs tewart of Lauder In 1SS7 Not Welljljd am sure Moran was at the bot tom bf It but nothing could be proved So cleverly was the colonel concealed that even when the Moriarty gang was broken up we could not incriminate him You remember jft that date when I called upon you In your rooms how I putup the shutters for fear of air guns No doufit you thought me fanci ful I knew wetly what I was do- Ing for I knee bf the existence of this remarkable gun and I knew also that one of then best shots In the world would be behind It When we were in Switzerland he followed us with Mori arty and It wad undoubtedly he who gave me that evil five minutes on the Reicheubach ledge You may thintt that I read tnepa pers with soma attention during my jouru In France on the lookout for any chance oflayiug him by the heels So long as hwas free in London my life woul c y not have been worth liv ing Njgtf and day the shadow would have been over me and pouer or later his change must haveccome What could I do I could shoot him at sight or I should mscltbclathe dock There was no use appealing to a magistrate They cannot interfere on the strength of what would appear to them to be a wild suspicion So I could do nothing But I watcaed the criminal news knowing that sooner or later II should get him Then came the death of this Ronald Adair My chance had come at last Knowing what I did was it not certain that Colonel Moran had done it lie had played cards with the lad ho had followed him home from the club he had shot him through time open vrlmlow There was not a doubt of it The bullets alone Tire enough toftut hlsJiejuUiva noose I came ver at orllQlwas seen by the sentlnd who would I knew direct the colonels attention to my presence He could not fall to connect my sudden return wjii ills crime and to be terribly alaruied I was sure he voiild make an atteupt to me out if the way at once aid wonld Jl lng Otttnd his murderous Tvtntpon for that purpose I left him an excellent mark In tile window and hhIug warned time police that they infcht be needed by the way Watson you spotted their presence in that downy with unerring accuracy I took lp what seemed to me to be a jmlielois post for observation never dreamUg that he would choose the snails pot for his attack Now rny dear Vatson does anything remain for me toucplajn Icy said I You have not made it quite lelir what was Colonel Monms motfv In murdering the lion Ronald Adni A my dear Watsoiu there we conic JnloJiose realms of conjecture where 1 1jJUY PRODUCE the most logical mind may beat fault Each may form his own hypothesis upon the present evidence and yours Is as likely to be correct as mine You have formed one thenr el think that Itls310t difficult to explain the facts It came out in evidence that Colonel Moran and young Adair had between them won a considerable hmount of money Now Moran undoubtedly played foul Of that J have long been aware I believe that on the day of the murder Adair had dIscov- ered that Moran was cheating Very likely he had spoken to him privately and bad threatened to expose him un less he voluntarily resigned his mem bershlp of the club and promised not to play cards again It Is unlikely that a youngster like Adair would at once make a hideous scandal by exposing a well known man so much older than himself Probably he acted as I sug gest The exclusion from his clubs would mean ruin to Moran who lived by his ill gotten card gains He therefore murdered Adair who at the time was endeavoring to work out how much money he should himself return since he could not profit by his part ners foul play He locked the door lest the ladles should surprise hIm and in sist upon knowing what he was doing with these names and coins Will It pass1r I have no doubt that you have hit upon the truth It will be verified or disproved atI the trial Meanwhile come may Colonel Moran wIH Double us no more The famous air gun of Von Herder will embellish the Scotland Yard museum and once again Mr Sherlock Holmes Is tree to devote his life to examining those interesting llltfe problems which the comple Ute f London so plenti fully presents Funeral of Mayor Cole Barbourville Ky Aug 25The funeral services of Henry C Cole late mayor of Barbourville occurred here at the First Methodist church The loyal Masonic and Red Men orders rticipated Interment was in tha city cemetery The Price Farm Leased Lexington Ky Aug 25E It Bradley of Chicago hasLJ ased for a num ber bf years the farm of the late Dr Price on the Leestown pike This place was formerly the home or the noted trotting stallion George Wilkes Lunatic Found Lexington Ky Aug 2W P Crenshaw who escaped from the Lakeland asylum wandered to the home of Andrew Bowman In this county Relatives took Crenshaw in Charge and returned him to Lakeland asylum Husband and Wife Accused of Forgery Campton Ky Aug 25A Warrant has been issued for James Little and wife jointly accused of forgery A A1Ilpresented to a bank for collection Railway Sued By Administrator Henderson Ky 25Tfie ad ministrator of the estate of John Warner has filedV uit for 15000 damages against the Illinois Central Railroad Co Warner was run over and killed by defendants train last June On An Embezzlement Gorge Mt Sterling Ky Aug 2o3 Wl D Archibald cashier of the defunct West Liberty link at West Liberty Morgan county has been arrested on the charge of embezzlement connected with the failure ofinebanES A College Contract Let Scottsville Ky Aug 55 Contracts have been signed for the construction of the new college to be erected in Scottsv lie The contract calls for the completion of the building in 00 days Newtons Examining Trial Frankfort Ky Aug 25The examining trial of Cal Newton the suspect in the double murder at Elmville has been set for next Tuesday There are no new devalDprnegts in the case Nine men constitute a Mexican jury and a majority gives the verdict If nppealI1Subscribe for The Sun LOO year r itiiti 4 COAL flWI + Buy It NowAnd Save Moneyt ImperialJellico tttI they have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ex cellent Fill your coal house now ttf + M Jones- HHtW IiVIZI Z + Your Life- CurrentThe power that gives yotlt newtforcethe nerve cells of the brainy and sent out through thtnerves to the various organs f If you are fired nervous hamheadachemelancholy or have neuralgia rheumatism peri odical pains indigestion dys pepsia stomach trouble or the etyourneede energy strengthen the nerved Dr Miles Restorative Ner vine is the fuel you need Itfeeds the nervesproduces nerve force and restores vitality MilesRestorative Zhadof two years illness with malaria rgradually grew so weak that I was wouldcommencewould become weak and almost help rh3dweaker and weaker The Nerving seemed to strengthen me right away and my circulation was better I have thgNersineROSAt E WEAVER Stuarts IL yewdruCgfstfirst bottle will benefit If It fair he willrefund your money IncJPeopfer Deposit Bdnk Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50 OO Surplus and Profits 520000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson Presfdant VicePrideatJ CashierHDIRECTORS GrshamJndueJ W Satterly T 3L Blanford Your Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction y Guaranteed oooooocoocoocooooooooooooo i Lao Hevix c S B Tsospsdx Js IHAYDON IIOMPSOYt r If LIVERY FEED MiD SALE STABLE Springfield Ky I NiceOutfits ForTrareiui Mea PH IS fAAA AA AA A A c e IJLtcEe gma oodaoaQ JOHN f MAYES Funeral Director nd =Licensed tEmballnerr SPRINGFIELD EENTUGKT Best Attention Every courtsey shown a 4 Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74- eDeDeDeDeDeDe eDe h aaa CLUBBING RATES WIT- HLOUISVILLEe DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 i0 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three sixmonthsThe Sun and the Sunday Court ierJournal one year 2355 Address s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN iMB 51ttlSpringfield Ky f ffir t YL r 8t3t THE SPRINGFIELD SU1TWEDNESDAY AUGUST 30 1905 B i II Time Extended I For One Week Longer I Will Save You 0 l I I On every Buggy you buy from me between new and August 30 Every Buggy in my house marked down 1 0 for 1 4 days I handle the celebrated Sayers IScovil Anchor and Lyon Buggiest I will also save you bit money on HARNESS during this time Big reduction in all kinds of hareI Inessio sets or single pieces IJ B ROBERTSON Springfield Kyr II WILUSBURG The wheather is fine and the farmers are very busy cutting and housing the tabacco crop which is a fine one We also have the finest corn crop we have had in many years John F Reynolds bought a tine har ness rare from W D Shirley Price private Success attended the street sale held here on the 19th instant and we are to have one every third Saturday hereafter The farmers are requested to bring in their stoek and everything else they wish to seIUtThe sales will begin at 1 oclock promptly Mrf G wjClark is the auctioneer Ed Sutherland and family who have beenvisiting relatives and friends here have returned to their home in Hars rodsburg Miss Mayme Merritt spent Saturday with her mother Mrs Sue Merritt Dr Luther Cheatham of Louisville is visiting relatives and friends here G W Shirley and family visited at the home of W L Jenkins Sunday Mrsi Lafe Harlow spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Len Riley D C Thompson has sold his farm near this place to his soninlaw Will Fowler of Thompsonville George Kay es and family visited the latters mother Mrs Katherine Clark Saturday and Sunday i Mrs Tom Noel and little daughter visited her mother one day last week Many from this place attended the rat Springfield last week = Dr Sam Crume of Louisville and ratstus Yates of Mooresville were ir here Sunday The Misses Dewitt of Louisville are visiting their cousin Mrs H Green wood this week Messrs Walter Wells and Lester Gibbs were in Mackville Sunday J W Shirley was in Springfield Mon day on business Jesdes Nancy Ash and Ma Pinkston visited Mrs C R Cheatham one day last week Miss Arlie Sutherland spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Sallie Sutherland W B Shirley visited at the home f B H Taint mr Liisey Rev Andrew Pinkston of Harrods borg will preach here next Sunday morning and eveningy uccess to The Sun Chased Wife and Son From Home With a Pickaxe parrodsburgo Democrat PetiepVan 4ier who was arrested ufIhree EUltingJrisreleased on bocd of 200 to the Circaiif Court Sunday afternoon left the coenily for parts unknown Several of th best citizens of the vicinity came to Judge Roach and told him if he would agree to it that V oohier VOlld leave r the State whereupon the juclge gave i4 IDiarrhea II A few doses of this remedy will invariably cure an orainary at tack of diarrhea It has been used in nine epi demics of dysentery witl perfect successIt always be depended upon even in the more severe attacks of cnubp colic andchol eramorbos zo It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantum in children and is the means savipgthe lives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it is pleasant to take Every mini of a family should keep this remedy in his home Buy 5t now It may salve life IPRICE 25c LARGE SIZE SOC his permission with the understanding that he would never again invade the home of his wife and Children If h returns however he will be severely dealt withIVandivier has for years been addicted to the liquor habit and when drunk is a very dangerous man His wife lived in mortal fear ot him and several times came near meeting death at his hands His last escapade came near reSulting in the murder of his wife and a son He went home from Harrodsburg drunk and going into the house where his wife and son were asleep chased them from the room in theIr night clothes with a pickaxe and several miles down the road They finally found shelter in a neighbors house where they remained over night i Stock Safe b I H Thurman bought of Gibbs Mackin a twoyearold jack for 550 This is one of the finest jacks in Wash ington countyi JudgeThuiman bought of W S Gibbs a tn oyear old ink by Joel for 200 and two horsemule colts for 180 These colts won first premium at Lawrence and Springfield fairs Judge Thurman sold to W S Gibbs a nice fouryearold walking horse for 125 and a mule colt for 35 J T Veatch of Wilmore bought of Charles Blanton of Boston tIre three yearold stallion Highland Star byj Highland Denmark dam Bess StarI bright for 500 Highland Star full brother to Ella Douglas a prizewinner at St Louis W S Gibbs bought of Gay Brothers the yearling stallion Major Dare for 225 t THE DOUBLE MURDERFA ramousBloodhound ryUp the Trail Frankfort Ky Aug 24 Officers of the county returned at midnight from the scene of the Smith double at Elmville where they earlier in the day took the famous bloodhound Nick Carter They say that the dog readily took up the trail at the of the killing and followed it direct alt speedily to the home of Cal New top the suspect under arrest and In the county jail here Arriving at the house the dog went around It close to a well where In the bushes one o the party accompanying the animal found a rag bearing evidence of powder asI1 having been used to clean a gun tf powder stains From the house tho dog led the party of officers to country store a mile away where h lost the Iran He may be put upon it again early Thursday morning Ono of the olftclals intfmated upon the r return here that another arrest may be made inthe case Thursday At aeP the officers mli1pany trail left by the slayer of the Smthsrvaf o llteraiijJ heavy raina rue sy night nd wdnesday RESULT pFA FEUD1Ji Louis Reitnvan Shoots His Brother s His SlstarJnLawf fovlrntt 5 KiAUg 2i Lost Rolf man win nrriMitGd at noon by Mar shal liockert while ho was croteing the rivtrto the Ohio side The mar haY followed him up 1na jWff o was locked up in the Delhi 3H The dy in embers of ah ancient Iced long for oHfn were fanned Into flame at TayforL port Boon a county Ky and Ivouis Re iman farmer was arreatod while side by side In their little cot rage on Stringtown pike He Jacob his brother and his wife Sarah thf5r heads torn by charges of shot fired by RHtman Long ago the feud of the Reit mans became a memory In Tay rgoltenexceptbelieved he had and it Ii Un ed his mind until It became his drepm hy night and the Inspirer to cngeauce- by day j y Mules tor Sale As administratrix of the estate of SaturdaySeptember m at the court house door in the town of Springfield Ky sell to the highest and best bidder a pair of tive1 broken fouryearold work mules Terms three months with securityLUCINDA Administratrix of D L Payne THIRD REGIMENT In Fine Fettle Was It When on Dress Parade Paducah Ky Aug 28The largest crowd that ever assembled In the base latH park witnessed the dress parade of the Third regiment which was performed without a mistake As each company passed In review It was vlg orously cheered Rev Frank Thomas of Owensfioro the chaplain conducted services Sqnday morning Gov Beck hate made his final Inspection of the camps and equipment finding everyithing In good order people Tisltsd the camp Sunday KILLED BY A PECULIAR MISHAP Breaks His Neck While Gilding Down An Incline Mayklng Ky Aug 28James Ira Lewis aged 48 a deaf mute of Letch er county cousin of Judge James P Lewis of Vhitesburg and a promi neat personage was killed at toe Loo neey Creek Va mines Jn a most peculiar manner Lewis was gIlding down an Incline from the ines on a piece of bark when his feet struck an object turning him a complete som ersault and striking on his bead his tech was broken ITS SO GOOD AND PURE That Its Use Soon Becomes FAMILY HABIT IAPnrncampli introduced Into the home Soon becuiiics a family habit because it can bG used with such pleasing results for so nmiry purposes that it dogs not take lung for every member of the family 1o find out its unusual merits No remedy fur Juirts aches sores slid mains conies so nfarly being every boys faithful friend las Part cmulih Containing no jioistnimis drugs or narcotics it can be use without danger by either child or nmilt Be ing a cooling soothing external remedy no hariufiil results to the stomach or nerves ttttuUs itsuHe Pjirncjiniph cures fathers rheumatism said ruts and soothes Us tired nehlng feet it curd Mothers Xeuralgfii and Tooth ache itbenutifles Big Sisters complex ion anti softwis the skin it cure Little Sisters chapped iiaiuls lips nUll face iC is the Jlnest tlivssiiig for Big Brotl r to ust after shaving it cures Little Brothers Bruises Smitelies Labysitor Burning SKiiu The PanWjunph bet tie is u Iuimtuin of joy tow tfdt every mdlInerd it every lay antI slioulil it fait todo what wo claim for itikotir drug gist will refund your mon Dont hesitate tale home a Uitle today Sold only In k SOi and too iwttlos The Par cmiph Company Louisville KY C S A ttetra ioEEff qt TrJ IfI I m H In m it C TtyIt m m m In E33aThat tick on time can bubaght attJi Graves at a lowpricer Ago a If o nice line of jewelry Have pur It eyes tested and glasiios find m u q II Call and ties hin1 r JCet ritLtlttti1ED tn If toJaS Ht w ty tb Graves m ro 0 d a iEE A Meat Market dWHERE YOW CAN BUY THE BESTi-s kIEvery day in the cur Phone ul your far Jers and they will receive ou prompt attentionI Ice rYoucantkeep daysIwi ItBring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are con stan yin the market forgood beeves r F T COX CO e i j l Ii Public Sale THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 Oil the above date beginning at 10 bclockj I will offer for sale my farm of 263 acres located seven and onehalf mil s from Springfield near pike This eightroomdwellinging Plenty tobacco land 20 acres grassandlanjl will be rented same time and place I will sell 12 head of 1200pound cattle 10 heath yearling cattle 4 cows and calves 2 sows and 20 head fat hogs 60 head goodstock ewes 2 Southdown bulks 1 black mare and colt 1 bay mare 1 black horse seven years old ayhorsehaVe been broken slid will work anywhere Farming implements two horse wag o n Deering selfbinder farmingimplementsryo corn some one buggy and harness household and kitchen furniture Terms made known onYOf sale F SHENV IAKER rr Public Safev TUESDAY I SEPTEMBER 12 itmyrfarm three miles from Fred Springfedto the follow ing property Four or five head of young cattle two nice mare colts some implementshousehold TERMS All sums under 5 cash On all sums over that amount a credit of six months will be given with good security bearing interest FARM FOR SALEAt the same time and place I will offer my farm of 130 aeries for sale Plenty of stock water G09ddwellingreasonable terms but if no sale is made farm willbe rented HILLIIN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATESiFOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY 3 7In the matter of Thomas M Badgett abankrupt On this 5th day of A D 1905 ohjconsidering the petition of the afore for discharge filed on the 29th day of June A D 1905 it is or dered by the Court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 9th day of September A D1905 before Louisville in said district a 10 oclock in the forenoon or as nea thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published 1 time in the inIliars and other persons in interest may showIof said petitioner should not be granted Witness the Honorable Wai- SEALter Evans Judge of said and the seal thereof at Louisville ih said district on the 5th day of July A D 19p A G RONALD Clerk t sCALbfOR ELECTION SATEOF KENTUCKY I WASHINGTON COUNTY Sct CountyFlThis day came Cushy Catlett and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of thus Hendren Precinct No5 of Wash in ton County and moved the Court to hold an election at the next regular Ncr v nber election 1905 to take the vote stQckIshjo tty of tthe justices present and elecIit the Sheriff and officers of said election will open and have placed on thbir ballots whether or not stock shall publichiBOOKIHt jn compliHiius with the above order giver from hngton CountyFisT C1t Court Ilpll notify the voters of Hndren No5 of Washing toh county that ithe polls will be on tli next regular Nyvetiberelection 1905 for the voting in swirl precinct as to u hrtlttror not stock Hull run at large on the public highway in said Henuren Precinct No5 BVKON CROAKB S W C lAgonizing Burns perfecwrhoiiledRlvenbnrk Jr of Norfolk Va writes Uhurnqd my knee dreadfully it was ArnitjiljSailvea sear wDu lsorca26c atCJ Hf dons tmg Itore Alleged Counterfeiter Arrested Valilosla Ga Aug 2J J Pur Jll a wollUnown man was arrested Goodwinpdpllar gold pipces The coin was miouof some clifap composition The Boat Capsized itsburg Aug 28 Blair P SL Jon of a former student at jhelunlverslty ot Iientuckqwas 1rCedhcre by the capsizing of a his two companions err qe w1S li dlllX 4S t loBI MILES AntiP Plus j iirswkin lDrCure Headache Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also relieve every other pain J Neuralgia Rheumatic PainJ Sci 1 atica eJr rPains Pains from injury Bearing down pains Indigestion DizzineSs J Nervousness and Sleeplessness t IFAll Pain is Nerve PainPain is sure to follow any strain or weakening influence upon the nerves It may be caused by overexertion heat intense mental effort colds indigestion or any cause that depresses excites or t ileastnerves zT Miles AntiPain Pills relieve the pain They are sold Tj druggists 250 a box under a guarantee that the first box will benefit or money refunded never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO EDchart Jnd KENTUCKYS BIG STATE FAIRLE- XINGTONAT Septemberr 1823 t 13I IIAvrIN PREMIUM 25000IN PREMIUMS 4 HE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVESTOCK = AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 553Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitioni1 s TheFamous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces JEo Catalogue or Further Information Addr eaur GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington KN OOOOOOOOOCOOO Tii OiCOOOOOCCCOOOOOCC J1J1 Special Summer Excursions cSg VIA cjJt ILLINOIS CENTRAL 5 t RAILROADti TOhU I California Colorado o And io tht Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition at TtbIV tftfftt ff 8 x PORTLAND OREGON T t O8 AT SPECIAL DEDUCED RATES Very low oneway and round OQ trip rates to ippi and Louisiana and low roundtrip Xx rates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma and Texas the first and of each month 86on SB Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted gg excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizoniaj New fl Mexico and texas 8R o5 Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description Southern LanL im 52 u fW HARLOW 6J5 0 GP Louisville Ky O 10000c000000OOC OCOOOOO3888888558OxomjOOVOWi C S rin g- ItncOtaHiatus field Market lux tides a- nIHl4wnx4t per 4oaut- tBattertic per lPunc1- Cblkoti Hens cc Springila4a- 1rie i Pllles 5c per pound Ducks KlUnd Corn SiealTc to Spy perbu beI- Eggsire per dozen Feathers41c per pound FlourOtoG1 Ir d GrainWheat Sae or t Qats iQc 1 L r t ksr Hitlos Grt en 7e to a Lard l2Kc per found Lfuia We to loo jfer barrel MH prodoyta Bran loo shlpstaff SUJOJper l00wu cll Potatoew67rsbtrr Spy OnionsltlSaltrSUi 185 per barrel TnrkeyT5c per pound Tallow 4o per pound Vinegar25c to 4oc per gallon WoolBurry and greasy WJicj clear grease 20c tub washed 2Sc Country Sorghnm 45o to SO- cOee9e4pcapekeI iOnion 8 tsn50 J trr