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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t iJT I r tE1 t + L = DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ti VOLUME SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY J SEPTEMBER GJ 1905 JlUMIIEl4t1 SIDNEY GREEN 4 Loved and Honored 3 v Citizen t Basses To His RewardDeath d Expected r 4 A SUFFERER OF HEART DISEASE On last Saturday Sept 2 1905 between 12 and 1 oclock in the afternoon when the Death Messenger came and isealed down the eyelids of Mr Sidney Green one of Washington countys Most prominent and honored citizens passed to his reward residentefWashington hood having moved to Springfield from Madison county in 1835 being at that time five years of age Part of his life was spent upon the farm and while en gaged in this avocation he was recog sized as one of the countys most progressive and uptodate farmers We doubt whether there was another man in the county better or more favorably i mown than he He was Sheriff of the county for two terms and while serv ing the people in this capacity he met them in their homes where he won their profound respect and love His official duties were accurately attended Jfromrweie proud of the record he made J Mr Green had been in declining c health for two or three years being a sufferer of heart disease and while it was hoped that he might survive a few more months his family and friends were not surprised when he was strick en on last Friday afternoon Though lie gained some strength during the night and on Saturday morning it was announced he was better the attending physician knew the end was near and all members of his family who lived at a distance were notified The deceased was born April 8 IB30 an Madison county Ky a short time after his parents James and Mary Green moved from Virginia to this State J Mr Green was married to Miss Ka tie Kimberlin September 15 1859 who survives him Beside thee wife he leaves eight children who mourn the death of a kind father The children are Mrs Samuel Moore of Sherman Tex Mrs Roger Handy of Dennison Tex and William Green also of Texas Dr James Sidney A Green C A Green and Mesdames Harry Rl Thomp son and James C McElroy of this place While the children and friends deeply grieve because of the g9ing away of the father and friend none are so terribly stricken with grief as is the devoted wife She knew him as none otners knew him she who fortysix years ago gave into his care her life lvand went happily With him oer lifes sharing his fortunes and his happiness weeping with him in his sort rows today at the parting of the ways is bowed neath a grief which r pinches the heart with a thousand fin gers To her hundreds of friends offer sincerest sympathy The deceased was a charitable man kind to all alike and waS happiest when he could render help to the afflicted He was a man of a high sense of honor f and in his dealings with men he treated them fairly taking not the slightest advantage He was a good neighbor a true friend and a gentleman of the iighest type The death of such aj on an as he is a severe loss to the Pee pIe Funeral services were conducted at the home yesterday morning at 10 oclock and the body was buried in Cemetery Hill t At a meeting of the board of directors of the First National Bank of Springfield held on Monday September 4 1905 the following proceedings were hadThis board deeply deplores the death of our late colleague Mr Sidney Green who served as a member of the board of directors a number of years In the board shewas uniformly courte ous and while faithful vigilant and sagacious in business matters was al ways respectful and considerate to his colleagues He was useful to us and in his death the institution sustains a great loss Mr Green was an excel lent gentleman He was socially always genial kind and pleasant an amiable and lovel character and habitually maintained a sweet and equable temper He was a useful citizen patriotic and intellienthaving served his State and county in respon sible positions and leaving a blamelesS record one that his family and friends can feel a just pride in In business he waS not only just but generous never parsimonious but always desir ing todo right and something more He was strictly honorable A devoted husband generous andaffectionate father his loss to his family is irreparable Having put his house in order in full possession of his faculties to the last at 1 oclock p m on Saturday September 2 1905 he bravely and un murmuringly sustainedand soothed by an unfaltering trust with folded hands and closing eyes sank into pleasant and endless repose and we believe a blessed immortality His was a beau tiful generous and noble life With saddened hearts it yet affords us pleas ure to be able to bearthis truthful tes timony to his worth and the high esteem tongremembered his wife and children this board tenders sincere sympathy It is ordered that the board of directors an ltheemployes of the bank attend the funeral in a body and that these proceedings be entered at large upon the records of the bank A copy shall be sent to the family of Mr Green and the newspapers in Springfield requested to publish same B L LITSEY JOHN W LEWIS H M GRUNDY Committee Theo of the committee was unanimously adopted- B L LITSEY President T JOHN W LEWIS Secretary Peace Treaty Signed Portsmouth N H September 5 The treaty o Pease between Russia and Japan was signed by the repre tWQeu1piresat350p One or the articles in the treaty pro vides for the protection of private rights and property acquired under Russian control lIt South Sakhalin and in Dalny Port Arthur and other places in the Liaotung peninsula The Rus sian government has had innumerable petitions on this subject Several of them are from Americans who held concessions in Southern Sakhalin Synopsis of Treaty To Be Cabled While a full synopsis of the treaty will be cabled to the governments of the two countries the actual text will not be known at Tokio or St Petersburg until the plenipotentiaries arrive It Isr that to cable such a long document textually would make it possible for an expert later when the textbecomes public to work out the government cipher Mr Witte will personally convey the text to St Petersburg and Baron Komura to To kio This is the real reason why both are anxious to get home as soon as possible as the treaty does not go into force until the two emperors have signed To 1 avoid the delay of exchange of documents which woulil involve six weeks at least official noti fication of the final approval by the emperors will be made through neu trals the United States in the case of Japan and France In the case or Russia The text of the will not be made public at portsmout1 May Never Be Made Public If it ever is It will be after it has received the approval of the two emperors Mr Witte when questioned upon this subject remarked laugh ingly You are at liberty to announce both in Europe and America that we are willing to make the Treaty of Ports mouth public as soon as the new An gloJapanese treaty Is given to the signing of the treaty Is to be a exclusive affair The Japanese obbred to the presence of any news paper correspondents or photographers and it has therefore been decided that besides the plenipotentiaries and secretaries there shall be present only AsslstantSecretary Peirce represent ing the president Gov McLane of New the mayor of Ports mouth Adm Meadrcommander of the navy yard and the commanders of any United States=warshlps In the harbor In this case only Capt Winslow of the Mayflower Mr Peirce has prb cured four ordinary quill pens with one of each of the plenipotentiaries will slgIi Baron Komura and Mr Takahira through Mr Sato have invited the newspaper correspondents and guests of the hotel and the United States government officials here to meet them in the hotel parlors Monday night for an informal reception The picture of a woman found in a coat may lead to the identification of the man believed to have been a sol dier found in the Ohio river above Louisville 6 PIWGRAM ANDija PREMIUM LIST Of the First Annual Exhibition of the Childrens Spring field Fair to Be Held at the Fair Grounds Springfield Saturday September 9 i 1 Best cow anyage a4 MX L v 1 00 2T Best calf under one year old yL C Si 50 3 Best colt under one year old U s 1 00 4 Best saddle horse I i X 200 5 Best bicycle rider t 2 00 BEST RIDER 6 Best boy rider under fifteen years l 200 7 Bestigirl rider under fifteen years to be ac byiescort Special premium offered by n detta ii 2 00 8 StickHorse Ring Speed style and endurance considered rider must be under twelve years old 2 00 9 Best Turnout RingHorse orlhjarses harness and vehicle general appearance of lndiesand gentlemen to be considered to be driven flpy a lady or gentleman ac companied by ladies or gentlemen 2 00 10 Dog RingFor harness purposes to be shown to appro priate vehicle 100 IL Best Roadster Ring Consideration speed style and en durance Special premimum offered by Rev P F Hennessey 300 12 Most beautifully decorated pony turnout 5 00 13 Best lady rider to be accompanied by escort 2 00 14 Baby Ring Colored Handsomest baby under two ears old 4 t1 2 00 15 Best harness 7J200 ponytl16 Worst 2 00 OFFICERS OF THE ASSOCIATION ii siADUDLEY ROBERTSON Secretary f u jjijj i ROBERT MAYES Treasurer ia t iH M IIBooker lr JI Charles Ma yes Mrs C C McChqrd = Mrs A R Shultz Music by the Bloomfield Band General admission 15 cents children under 10 years 10 cents t SCHOOL By Franklin Pi Adams II I O happy little army on your way to school again reader and arithmetic with otterand with pen Your hearts are light minds are bright your lots from worry free Save from a task as difficult a spelling CAT Youll learn among some other things that two and twolare four scoffHowHow many hours in a day how many years in Time Your PUOKSW in say Great Oaks from Little Acorns Grow Youll learn how very wrong it is to sayI aint got no Youll learn how great Columbus was who found this pleasant land Though why the earth s round perhaps may not understand Youll learn your countrys father was the brave and truthful George Though he got cold feet one winter when he camped at Valley Forge Youll leant about the battles though you may forget the dates That rice and cotton are the exports of the Southern States If you would be goodchildren and obedient arid nice r Youd better do the things I say and take my good advice Dont go with vulgar fractions they are naughty and lowdown And if you would oe dont go with a common noun And tryto be impersonal but do not a an It And dont to ever do the split Be lovely to your teacher she knows what sheds at Remember she gets sixty bones a month for doing that 0 laughing ilittle children on your wRy to school againofWhen all ypu girls are women and boys are men Will your ssons be pleasure or will you and pout y Arid anxiously be waiting for your life school to be out Will the T cher give you honorable mention when you go To your has and long vacation May God grant that it De so jt And make ou noble women and true and lovin pear laughing little children on yoU way to tool again SPARROW H i Left From Last Week Tobacco raisers are busy cutting the crop which is extra good Mr W R Moore claims to have the best tobacco crop in this community the tip leaves measuring thittyeight inches in length and twenty Mr R N Vowels sold an extra good cow and calf tjo Thomas Baxter for 40 Mr R N V4wets tookhis son Kline to Louisville ast week to consult an eye specialist Mrs SE Vowels has been quite sick for several days Mrs Elizabeth Tinsley who has been quite sick for some time does not im prove much Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley spent Saturday and Sunday with their parents at this place Mr E T Mitchell was pleasantly surprised last Thursday by of his relatives who tendered him d birth a day dinner which was much enjoyed bYall present Dr W T Barnett of Mackville was called to see his grandmother firs S E Vowels last Wednesday Mr W R Moore and family Saturday and Sunday with hiSfiffiiher- at Leathers store Rev C C Allen quite an able diving will preach at the old Burnt church on Sunday September at 4 oclock p m Mr W H Black of Black Ky will have a sale of land and personal prop erty on September 12 when one will have an opportunity to buy a farm a good horse good cattle or some good sheep Quite a number from this place at tended the fair at Lawrenceburg and we learn there were several weddings Your correspondent attended court at at Lawrenceburg last Monday There was a large crowd There was also a large number bfmules on the market nd about forty changed hands at reasonable prices Colonel William Neale who died in North Carolina August 18 agedeighty seven waa buried in the Leathe graveyard last Monday He was born and reared in Anderson county and was twice its representative in the Legislature He was always loyal his friends and asked no favors of his enemies He will be long remembered by many people in the county We think The Sun the best county paper published and hope it will ever be successful McINTIRE it 1 Misses Estelle and Alma Ballard of Holy Cross were guests at the home of Mr Hiilory McIntire Saturday and sun daYlast Mr Tine Cecil was called to New Albany last week by the death of his brotherinlaw Mr James Burnes Mr R A Mclntire who has been quite sick for some time is slightly improved Master Johnnie Ensor of Springfield after a protracted visit to relatives afc this place has returned home Misses Lossie and Mary Rose Fields Susie and Flora Keene apd Alma Or kies attended the fair at Bardstown on SaturdayWe pleased to learn that Mr J A Bfedleys two small children who have ben verysick are improving Mr and MrsWictorCorbett and Mrs Joseph Cambron and daughter of Blin coe visited relatives here Sunday Miss Alma Orkies was the guest o Miss Flora Keerifi Friday night Mr and Mrs Baddie Scanlan arid daughter of Louisville were at St Rose on Sunday Mr and Mrs George Clements of Chicago Ill are visiting the former- parents Mr and Mrs L F Clements Dr and Mrs E L McIntire of Fred erickstown visited Mr and Mrs C M Brengle one day last week JJr Ben D Clements who has engaged in the mercantile business a Uniontown has sold out and is visiting his parents at this place iHARDESTY Tobacco cutting is the order of the day p Messrs Will Shirley and Earl Cheat ham of Wilhsburg were in our vi cinity Sunday afternoon Mrs S G Hardesty of Lebanon is visiting relatives and friends in this community this week Mr and Mrs HT Scott visited Mr T Montgomery Sunday The farm owned by Mrs J L Williams was offered for sale Saturday but was taken down at 1160 Miss Lela Goodlitt who has been spending the summer at Mr Johnnie Walls has returned home Mr Richard Scruggs and Miss Clara Shepherd were in our vicinity Sunday Mr Edgar Gray lost a very vauable horse last week while at the Bardstown fair The animal died of acute indiges tion YYILLISBURG The death of Mr Sidney Green of Springfield is deeply regretted by many in this community where he was aIcounty official for a number of years Mr Green was quite popular here Your correspondent anda host qf friends of the deceased extend condolence to the bereaved ones John F Reynolds left for Chicago IlIone day last week Dr Gibbs of Anderson countyisI visiting his son W S Gibbs this w ekI Mrs W S Browley visited her sister Mrs George Prather one day last week Miss Ella May Cheatham who hasI been visiting her aunt Mrs J M Trent has returned to her home in May Belle Gibbs and Mattie Brown visited in Anderson county a few days last week Miss Lula Trent is visiting her sister Mrs A B Wells Mrs Rufus Foster and little daugh ter Thelma visited her aunt Mrs Tom Noel last week Mrs Ed Masters spent last Wednes day with Mrs M A Shirley Mrs Arch Birch and little daughter Jennie spent last week with Mrs H Greenwood Farm For Sale The wellknown rm owned by the late J T Miller of Spencer county For terms apply to WOOD MILLER Fairfield Ky Subscribe for The Sna 100 year k FEVER SUBSIDING seestoin New Cleans 29 With Three Deaths Sunday A Feeling of Confidence R lI CAPT E F CLAYTON STRICKEN New Orleans Sept 4omcial report to 6 p m Sunday New cases 29 total to date 2024 deaths 3 to tal to date 287 new foci 11 cases under treatment 305 cases discharg ed 1432 SJ New Orleans Sept 4For the Ilrst time in over a month the nuiEber ot new cases of yellow fever were In the twenties With only three deaths compared to 83 deaths on September 3 1878 the feeling of confidence that tie fever is being wiped out Is grow ing Among the new cases Is that of Capt B F Clayton U S army the quartermaster In charge of this depart went City Councilman E T Dunn Is also on the list The country situation while nob what it should be Is Improving som what though the discovery ot neT foci causes some little anxiety Dk providingff ple coming here from infected placer it Is believed that many persons havis succeeded in getting in from some QC the country places t The situation at Patterson where It constemplated trouble has ing new No overt act his been coca mitted and it is believed danger ia over Salting the Gutters cartstgutters It has been found that slate the mosquitoes have been deprived ot their favorite breeding places the stagnant gutters on cross streets ara filled with wiggle tails so special ef forts are being made to render these unsuitable Over a thousand tons oC salt have been used so far and the work will be continued There is much interest In the case of Dr Philip Berge the physician who was arrested late Saturday night OK the charge of falling to report three cases of yellow fever He was pa jroled by the InSpector but will hart to answer to the charge He says that he reported the cases by mail but tha marine hospital service has no recori of themROutside cases There has been a recrudescence at Tallulah In Madison parish not far from Vicksburg three cases having been found A report from Leevflle under date of September 1 shows that there have teen 312 cases there so far and 29 deaths with 145 cases under treatment Patterson one new case St Bernard Corinne two cases Torreaux Boeuf one Morgan City one new case St Rose three new cases Gulfport five new cases Handsboro north of Misses sippi Cityp one case Vicksburg two new cases r Detained at Quarantine New York Sept 4The Hamburg American line steamship Blucher the first vessel to arrive from Ham burg since the appearance of cholera in Germany was detained at quaraa tine for more than two hours under Inspection Yellow Fever Case In Indian Territory Little Rock Ark Sept 4 MjOt fat Haynes commanding the Af aid militia waichfls furnishing the guard to enforce thestate quarantine was officially Informed of the existences a case of yellow fever at Mays T Letter List t List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoffice for the week ending September 6 1905r Miss Kate Barber Miss Dora Adaa y John grdwn Esther V Austin Miss Bettie Carrico Burn demons Mnl Catherine Clark Mrs L P Cooper Miss Louise CorcooV Lem Edelen Hilt P M Edgerton Mrs Clellan Edelfg s Miss Irene Everett Charles Hinifraa Nate Harde George Green W El Hurt Sophy Jeans Lillian Keyes5 8Ssi John Y Kelly iW A WATERS Postmaster ChamberUkis Cough Remedy Aide Itatarc Medicines that aid nature aria alwvya moat effectuaL Charaberbuas Cda0k allsyathepectoratxm opeat the aecrejMwi idnature in restorinr theayittm be Hayidoe r i 1 it 1 = = 1 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 I ot f J WHAT JAPAN HAS WONI t The Mikados empire has obtained a place mongthe great Powers of the world Japan has wrested from Russia the control of thei Liaotung Peninsula including Port Arthur Dalny and the Blonde and Elliott Islands thus at one stroke getting therp ofvictory By Japans victories she has forced Russia to Consent to the open door for all nations in Manchuria A preponderant influence in Korea has been ob tainedan influence which admits the right of Japan to give military and financial advice to the Emperor ofI Korea r Japan obtained the retrocession to China oft the East ern Railroad which runs southfrom Harbin to Port Ar- thurJ 3 a change of control which will aid Japan ija finan cial sense Japan has forced the limitation of the Chiese concession of 1896 under which the U put off rt through North ern Manchuria was built to connect the TransSiberian and the Ussuri Railroad so as to provide for the reten tion and ownership of the line by the Chinese Eastern Chinese Imperial police are to be substituted for the Russian railroad guards r j Let Him Rest Frank L Stanton When a fellow does his best Beipg weary let himrest fightFoldAnd to sleep the battle oer coWhere breaks no more When a fellow does his best himyetiInLet the daisies hide his race H Neath the brooding wings of peace Where lifes battle thunders cease bestFold breast With a smile and not a sigh goodbylTiSWhere Gods darkness dreams of light tWM YORK H IN JAIL At Louisville but Coroners Jury failed to fix Crime of Murder and Prisoner Urges Immediate Trial in Grcuit Court- AndgrsonNews The jury sommoned by Coroner G D Lillard to investigate the murder of James R York Sr which occurred on the 18th of August while the entire family were absentat the fair failed to elicit any tending to point out the identity of the murderer The jury was called o the dayafter the killing ind viewed the remains and premises where the crime was committed and then ad jurned and met for the final hearing on Saturday afternoon There were five witnesses heard but no evidence of importance was brought out Th Commondwealth was represented by Attorney W H Morgan and Attorney M W Ripy of Louisville was here looking after the interest of William H York who is now in jail in Louis vine under the charge of having com mitted the crime By the advice of the attorneys W H York the accused brother of James R York Sr has waived an examining trial and there will be no further investigation until the matter is taken up by the grand jury nexteek It is understoodr however that the pris pner is urging an immediate trial in the Circuit Court in order that he may have a chance to prove his innocence which he stoutly maintainsto all who see him While there gke ugly- circumstances in the case which would seem hard to explain there are many of the best citizens of the county who heartily wish that he may be able to prove his whereabouts at the time of the killing and regain his liberty There isa deep demand for the punishment of the real criminal in case he is dis covered but all hope that this old sol dier may prove to be innocent both for his own and his childrens sake Just before noon last Monday James Bast of this city wasrtaken into custody upon a warrant charging him with being accessory before the fact in the York murder case and was placed in a the county jail wherehe is being closely guarded and is not allowed to see or talk with any person about the case In a talk with the jailer however he said that he had already told the detectiVe all that he knew about the case and lhad nothing more to say about it Bodmann Barn Burns Corinth Ky Sept 2The ware Varehousecontained between 3000 and 5000 worth of tobacco The barns of pr Daugherty and W T Stewart burned ExConfederate Soldier Dies Murray Ky Sept 2James Far- rIs aged 60 years a wellknown citi zen of the county died of consumer tion at his home east of the city lie was an ecconfederate soldier He leaves a large family Dried wood steeped in oil is used to Incinerate departed members of the priesthood in Ceylon Subscribe for The Sun fLOO year JapansWinnings Russiasi ILosseS4 Brief Story of a Bloody War yA CALL J F In HeiditheSaturday 1905 1 At a meeting of the members of the Democratic Committee of Washington County Kentucky held at Springfield Ky on August 28 1905 a Democratic P rmiary Election was called for Satur daypc sbBT 1419b5 between the hours of 6oclock a m and 4 oclock b p m in each of the Magisterial Districts in Washington County for the pUrPose of nominating a Democratic Candidate for Justice of the Peace and for the office of Constable in each of said Districts All Candidates for said nomination shall in writing declare their candidacy to BoB Leachman Chairjnan not later than the 29th day of September 1905 and in the that only one person so declares Him self a candidate for said nomination in anyone district for any one office then the call for the PrimaryElection in that district is to be null and void and the himselfe a candidate for said nomination shall be districtnand the Chairman and Secretary of this meeting are hereby authorized and empowered Co make a certificate to tjjat WashingtonCounty notifying said County Chairman of his thee manner as above set out shall pay to said County Chairman the costof holding a Primary Election in the precinct in which he is a candidate and the second person in each Iagisterial District who shall announce his intention to become a candidate as herein before set out shall payto the said Chairman one half the cost of conducting the Primary in said precinct anda third candidate or Already the of 1908 is attracting attention Party leaders are planning for the fray and political prophets are at work That great and important section knows as the Middle West is receiving the lions share of attention just now especially by the Edward Lissner staff of the writing Bluffs Iowa under date of says among other things The Democracy in the Middle West marking time for four years 1900 to 1904 unable to reach a conclusion whether the consevatives of the East were right and Mr Bryan the Kansas City and Chicago platforms Those Democrats in that section who actuated by the cry of Ben Tillman of South Carolina m wanting a man who win were in induc the campaign into the hands of the conservatives of the last have for time being retired from political theI tivity shorn of much power and pre tige Whether they will at some fu ture day reenter theifield and attempt to stem the tide of radicalism few know Most of these conservatives realize that the feeling against them this section is strong and that it would be folly the present to cross sword with thejsfcdical wing un der the leadership of th magnetic and brilliant WilliaraJ Three destined to become political issues occupy at the present day the of the Middle West They are the tariff which the stand i L WHAT RUSSIA HAS LOST Russia hap lost her position as a ranking naval power Her fleet in the Pacific is1 cut to pieces and her great Baltic fleet hfas been destroyed Russia has been routed from the Liaotung Peninsula from Dalny the Blonde and Elliott Islands and from Port Arthur the great harbor fortress that gave the Czar a position of dominance in Eastern affairs The southern half of Sakhalin Island is lost to Russia Russia has been compelled by force of Japanese arms to consent that all nations shall have full trade facilities in Manchuria a privilege which she formerly jealously withstood The Czars Government refused before the war to recognize any right of Japan to seek influence and trade in Korea As a resuTETpf the war Japan is given a pre ponderant influence in the Hermit Kingdom with full power to advise the Emperor on all matters pertaining to commerce and to war Russia has recognized Chinese ownership in the EastV ern Railroad connecting Port Arthur with Harbin This involved a retrocession 4o China by reason of property rights and gives to Japan an to recoup her finances j The Czar loses all influence in Manchuria a wince which his Government was absorbing j ty on Oct 14 event after from could onethird of the cost of conducting Primary in said district and so on with candidate and an excess collected from the first candidates entering said Primary shall be returned Lu said candidates in proportion to the amount that each is entitled thereto Said Primary Election shall be held at the usual voting place in each voting precinct in each Magisterial District at which election all known Democ who will pledge themselves to suppo the nominee of said Primary and all known Democrats youths who will be legal voters tti the November election 1905 shall constitute the electors std n Primary Election and said Primary Election shall be condu ted in the man ner and form prescribed by law and the returns with ballots boxes seals tally sheats and stubs shall be made in the manner fixed by law to B B Leachman Chairman of the Count Committee at Springfield Kyon th 16th day of October 1905 and he together with the County Committee shall on the 17th day of October 1905J meet and canvass the returns and de clare the nominees of said Primary Election No persons name shall be entered as a candidate in said Primary E1ctionuntil he has paid his propor tionate part of tbcostOf each v Primary Election in the District i n which he proposes to become a candi date No polls will be open in any dis this call B B LEACHMAN Chairman R H MuLLIGAN ISecretarY What WiW Bryan Db nationalcampaign newspapers CourierJournal correspondent LouisvilleI slowlygoinlilback instrumental ATtonJB throughout Bryanj questions attention opportunity eachsucceeding forthe patters can not down the trusts and the freigitrate regulation and one or all are apt to figure in the campaig- of what part Mr Bryan will that year is now a question of mo than ordinary interest The Middle West links him with Theodore Roose velt and regards them as the two great est living Americans It believes that were the followers of either to control both houses Qf Congress our economic evils would be cured that both are handicapped by an element in the r party subservient to the mone TheiorIconIpose him at thecoming oxtra session There is also the feeling that if th Republicans wont do anything a Democratic President under the guidanc- ofr Wnv J Bryan if not Nebraskan himself will and this brings back th question of what part Mr Bryan is apt to play in the next national campaign Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years of Suffering backfotfete recover in the use pf Chamberlains Pain Balm says John G Bisher withit is for sale by C J Haydon druggist i LMrtf Joella Bay less Corbett wife of a prominent Nashville business man fell from a thirdstory window of he residence and was instantly killed The Laughin Man Houston Post heightsNor waysAlaughin He stopped where little children grimeWhen soothed their hurts Alaughin all the time He used to sing a queer old song His feet abeatin time woulad And4laughin all the time Now hes done laughin in this world But Iwould bet a dime He romps with baby angels now Alaughin all the ti- meSTOLEN +Were Indictments from Clerks Sterlingrt Mt Sterling Ky Sept 4 Much ex citement was created here By the dls cDverythat the circuit cIertce had been broken into erne time during the night and almost 75 indictments stolen many of them for felony cases The regular term of court opens Monday and the loss will delay proceedings but all the Indictments can be substituted as they have been recorded byemainly for gambling illegal liquor sell ing and stealing Bloodhounds wer sent for and placed on the trail so many had tramped over the ground that it was Impossible for them to pick up the scent r KILLEDd By Car While fighting on the Trackh Louisville Ky Sept 40nenegn was killed two fatally and a fourt seriously injured by a street car south parik a and began fighting when two miles out of the city The car was stopped and all four ejected Jut they recom menced the fight and while standing on the tracks a car bound for the city dashed into the combatants with the result noted None of the injured was sufficiently conscious to give the names nonother means of Identifying them WILLISBURGre Left From Last Week Dr John Yates and Miss Stella Wake fieldof Maud visited Miss Mattie Brown Miss Emma VanArsdal of Louisville and Mr Uscar Franklin of Glens liero atYMiss Julia Hays of Bloomfield was a guest of Miss May Belle Gibbs during the lair r Miss Finnettc VanArsdal of Louis vine was with Miss Mattie BroVn last week Mrs Dr Barnett and Miss Jappa vis andeSunday WilmoreeW P Hays of Bloomfield Charles Ransdaleof Harrodsburg were visitors at W S Gibbs last week Romantic Wedding LoulsvllletKy Aug 3l Wearing a sunbonnet Miss Emma Sebastian ac companied Charles Martin for a skin ride and she returned to Louisville bride The bridegroom was without coat or vest but the wedding was satis factory The Collegians Won Mt Sterling Ky Aug 31Th Cincinnati AllCollegians won a gam + Thergame was t and one of t T 1 J YOURWiNTERVc 4 Now is the time to yourxorden You know we Handle the best goods McClure Wells H The Fanner etecomplete i Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons J are the best They have stood the test of time they have been found not wanting in strength and durability but WANTED by every experienced farmer and wagoner We handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world fIf you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Pall and Elwiid FifM Fillciliros The Hagan Gasoline Engine arenninThiscanoften refuse to budge and that too at a time when WorryandMcClure Wells Sprig ieid Ky sue r- tI Springfield Roller Mills ePride of Washington Springfields Choice t Soid Comfort i The above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocerss + llsht + ihn t oeoeoeoeoeoeoebeoeoeoeoeoeoeaeoeQeaeoeoeaeaegegeaeoeoe Q f Clubbing Rates 0 i 0eFOR 0eQ Q Q e 4 1905 0 e 0 0eTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN an d t et You will Cf Save tx Money rt tRy selecting 1Ivour o reading u t matter from Tile Ci Suns Club binK lit 0Both pa pens yr 175WeeklyVNashvilleWeekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 175rtoSemiWeekly175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 0 125American QAmericanBreeders Gazette 225 oFannFarm Field and Fireside 175 325Lippincpttss 400 r 175Harpers a Harpers Weekly 435Sunny South 150 Qc e e Address Th eurtSpringfieldKy 1ir e 0 Q QgQQQQ QQ O QO Q Q gS THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 J School Books1 AT i aydons Drug Store 4 JBelow you will find jth feost and exchange price of the books of the State adoption Retail Exchange s Price Price 006McGuffeysMcGuffeys New First Readerh is a 12 06 10McGuffeys17McGuffersO6Raps12Rays20NatuaI08LongsHarveys New Language Lessons s L 25 12 20yMaxwe11 27Newr 20ElectricKinkeads History of Kentucky 65 32 22vRational CASfffT Do not ask credit for school books you OKSWILLs JF ClJlI Haydon T iOO OOOO O THE FIRST o 0 f National Bank OEa j = 0- a SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY j 1D VCAPITAL A Surplus and Undivided Profits 25oop DaB L Liter Prudent 0n John w Lewis Fiee President A C McElroy D L B ASs Cashier E E Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS V B L Litsey J WLewis 0ltSidnet Green V 3L Campbell GrnndyJno i-Ja S We grant every favor consistent withsafe banking If you have iJI not already an account with this p- n bank we invite your patronage D OOOOOOOOOO OOQ SEEr R A Halley THE UPTODATE BARBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building eOOOOOOOOODOOOI t HAYDON THOMPSON Uddirtakirs and Embalmers ir Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets Jp We are fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness oonooo oaO Di1 Realty Bargains 130 acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of Harrodsburg 77 J96 acres fine property Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at62120 acres hemp land in 5 miles Harrodsb on Lexington pike 75 100 acres nice farm near Jiarroasourg on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 Acres nice farm improved at Bardstown Junction 4000 Store property Washington county village 2 houses store shop 1600 ExchangeforIdence at Bondville Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 And many other properties Writ- me if you wish to buy or sell V W T EWING = Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky Commissioners Safil Washington Circuit Court Kentucky J C Ensor 1aintiff EquityEmmaBy virtue of a judgment and order of saleof tlie Washington Circuit Court renderedat the Feb term thereof 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 thereaboutbeingCounty best bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the towitAiflesWTE3t if Springfield and near Bardstown turnpI bounded on north JphnThompsgjion est Goo- ddwelIingand outhouses well watered and fenced For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved se bearinglegalpaid and having the force and effect reIterms M G LEACHMANM Ci 0000000000000o o o o oa o aoo- oYUNEEDIT r SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is ole of the very few salves which absolutely ures piles As an evidence of its won derful curatIve properties Dr Thomas s now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who rave been cured or greatly benefited thC past year This is anew salve havingbeen on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By AH Druggists M J W THOMAH- odgenville Ky 00000000000000 ooO0O00O00 a O wI1IrESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEES WORMREMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC IUITATIONLe BallardSnow Liniment Co- sT L- OSMO Foe sa i by tt J Hlydoi Springfield TRAGEDY six Y earJ Boy Shot and Killed the Baby Newport Kjf SepL2T tragedy In Babyland was enacted Friday aft ernoon at the home of George Meyer a farmer residing about nine miles back of Newport on the Peking pike in Campbell county In ocence was the victim of innocence ind the life less form of lepers 2monthsold daughter reposes on the ouch where she peacefully slept when the sixyear old brother crept up and fired a ball into her breast The par nts were out in a fiojd digging onions and left the little sdn Erwin at the house to care for the baby Mr Meyer kept are volver under the pillow of his bed for use In case of burglars Erwin found the Weapon and began playingwith It Just what happened aft r he gained possession of the revolver is not known as the lad was toobadly fright ened to make a rational statement Mr and Irs Meyer heard the report of a gun and running to the house saw their baby in the throes of death on the bed on which but a shout time before the mother had placed her Her lifebloodwas trickling out of a wound in the right breast The deadly weap on was lying on the floor FIGHT On Train Results in One Man Be ting Instantly Killed 1t Louisville Ky Aug 31AlrcRay was instantly killed and William Blain was fatally shot during a row on northbound train No 24 of the LpuisVille Nashville railroad The shoot ng occurred as the train was nearing Stephenson Ky at which place the two victims lived John Huebank thjz negro porter on the train is in at Hardinsburg charged withjmurder and a colored woman is held as a witness and possible partici pant In the affray According to tho statement of the trainmen Ray and Blain with a number of friends board ed the train at Hallsvilie All had been drinking and became involved in trouble with the conductor over the payment of fares Later asethe negro Huebank entered the coach set apart for negroes where the white men had established themselves 4t is alleged that Ray and Blain and the others vio lently abused him anda negro woman passenger The shooting followed put the conductor of the train was Unable to state whether the porter or the ne- gro woman or both used revolvers Sale of Fine Horses On Monday September 11th 1905 County Curt day Ben Johnson will sell ALL the stallions mares and cplts purchased by him from the Lancaste estate This will not be argreedingout sale but EVERY ONE of them will be sold In the lot is a full brother to Cleophas her dam a half sister and various other relations A yearling out of Linnie sold at public auction last June for 3100 Mr Johnson has sold three foals from her in the last three years for 8250 This mare now with foal to Requital one of the best sires in the world will e sold in the lot The Kentucky Standard is now printing the sale catalogue which will be mailed to any one applying to Mr Johnson for it These horses will positively be sold whether they bring much or little The sale will be on Public square Septemt bei11at 1 oclock in Bardstown Ky Strikes Hidden Rocks When your ship of health strikes the hidden rocks of Consumption Pneumo gethelpfor Consumption J innon of Talladega Springs Ala writesHI had been verf jll with Pneumonia under the cafe of two doctors but was totakeDrCuredlme50 cents and100 Trial bottle free Fire at Priest River Idaho destroyed property worth 275000 7 READ THIS r Hopkinsville Ky June 7 1901Dr- EW Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for thast three years and frond experiences L can say I nave never any kidney aid bladder remedy of superior merits Most re spectfully THOMAS D AttMISTEAD jOneder Halls Great Discovery cures silli kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis Inons weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer P 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists ROOSEVELT ON TEMPERANCE 4 Speech Delivered Before the Catholic Abstinence Union of America L The Commoner President Roose beIforq of1theCatholic Total Abstinence Union is doing a very important work and the President is to be commended for lend ing the influence of his great office to the movement Strong drink is the fruitful cause of an immense amount of misery and total abstinence while not the only remedy is the surest preventive The President has added to the sumof human happiness by his visit to Wilkes barre On that occasion Mr Roosevelt spoke as follows S Iam particularly g ad to speak to this audience of miners and their wives andchildren and especially to speak under the auspices of this great tem perance society In our country the happiness of all the rest of our people defends most of allupon the welfare of the wage worker and the welfareof the farmer If we can secure the welfare of these two classes we can be reasonably cer tain that the community as a whole will prosper And we must never for get that the chief factor in securing the welfare alike of wageworker and offarmer as of everybody else must be the man himself The only effective way to help any body is to help him help himself There are exceptional times when any one of us needs outside help and then it should be given freely but normally each one of us must dependupon his own exer tions for his own success Something- can be doneby wise legislation and by wise and honest administration of the laws that is something can be done by our action taken in our collective capacity through the state and the nation Something more can be done by com bination and organization among our selves in our private capacities as citizens so long as this combination or organizatioiPis managed with wisdom elrightsjust regard tor the rights of others But in the last analysis the factor most influential in determining any mans success must ever be the sum of that mans own qualities of his knowl ledge foresight thrift and courage Whatever tends to increase his self respect whatever tends to help him overcome the temptations with which all of us are surrounded the benefit not only to him but tofKe whole comr munitv No one society can do more to help the wageworker than such a temper ance society as that which 1 am now addressing It is of incalculable consequence to the man himself that he should be sober and temperate and it is of even more consequence to his wife and his children for it is a hard and cruel fact that In this life of ours the sins of the man are often visited most heavily upon those whose welfare should be his one special care L For the drunkard for the than who loses his job because he can not control JURORAcc- used of Accepting a Bribe Hung the Jury RusseHviHe Ky Sept 2The Jury In the Fletcher criminal assault trial was discharged as It was hopelessly hung The jury stood 11 for the death penalty rind one N E Christian for 20 years in the penitentiary There Is much dissatisfaction with the vei aict and the people of this community who had been calculating and insisting on a verdict ofguI lare again inut tering the snniei kind of threats that brought troops here to protect the prisoners It Is claimed that Jesso PJetchor toM Christian to meet hlm at Clarks boarding house and he WOUIU the rest of tho mon ey tn factan affidavit has been sworn to that effect and a warrant issued for Christian charging him with bribery Christian at the depot before he was advised by several toleave town was very nervous a remark edt Yes menI wanLto get out aa quick as possible The Colonels Waterloo Col John M Fuller of Honey Grove Texas nearly met his Waterloo from Liver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he says I was nearly deadof these complaints and although I tried my family doctor he did me no good greatElectricconsider them the best medicine on Bart and thank God who gave you the knowledge to make to cure DyspepsiaBilious HaydonForest fires are spreading rapidly rthof San Bernardino Cal and great damage is being done will not control his desire for liquor lor for vicious pleasures we have a of anger and contempt mixedj with our pity but for his unfortunate wife and little ones we feel only pity and that of the deepest and tenderest kind Everything possible shoulibe done to encourage the growth of that spirit of self respect selfrestraint iselfreli ance which if it only grows enough is pertain to make all those in whom it shows itself move steadily upward toward the highest standard of American citizenship It is a proud and respon sible privilege to be citizens of this great selfrespectTng nation and each one needs to keep steadily before his eyes the fact that he is wholly unfit to take part in the work of governing others unless he can first govern him self IHe must stand up manfully for this rights he must respect the rights of others he must ibey the law and he must try to live up to those rules 6T righteousness which are above and behind all laws This applies just as much to the man of great wealth as to the man of small wageianydlffiIasa labor trouble both sides themselves willing to meet ShOWj consult and anxious each to treat other reasonably and fairly each to lookat the others side of the case and to do the other justicjg If only this course could be generally followed the chance of industrial disaster would be minimized Now my friends I want to read you an extract from a letter I have just received from a Catholic priest whom I know well and whom I know to be as stanch a friend of the laboring man as coUntry1Nowgood thing for all of us tb hear what isI ProIvidedhe is talking about even though he may not see all sides of the case and tells us what he has taiaiy not with aI desire to hurt our feelingsut with transparent purpose to do us goodIWith this foreword here the letter + would humbly recommend that you lend your entire weight to the cause which the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America represents and especially so inits relation to the working classes of this country for whom it is doing so much good You know that the temperance movement is a potent auxiliary to the institutions of our country in building up a better manhood and a truer Christianity among our citizens It played a very irapor tant part in the two coal strikes of 1900 and 1902 respectively by keeping the men sober and thus removing the danger of riotous and unbecoming conduct There is one discouraging feature con nected with the upward tendency of the wage scale among the workmen of this country The higher the wages the mole money they spend in saloons The shorter the hours the more they are No Burials in San Francisco It isa fact not generally known that no burials of human bodies are now allowed in the city or county of San Francisco Calsaid a Birming ham man who recently visited the Pacific coast Under the law there all theyrarecemeteries in San Francisco and some of them are quite old Several are beautifully laid out and look like pretty parks but all burials in them have been stopped because they have not the spaccr spare San Francisco Is built uponwIEnarrow neck of land with the ocean xm one side and the bay and channel from the ocean to the bay on two other sides All the land is needed for building purposes and much land on which the city now stands was reclaimed from the water by filling in I was shown a large crematory in one of the cemeteries It lookedmuchlike an elaborate tomb and had a big dome on the top As we passed it I detected a peculiar odor and was told that a cremation was going on The idea seemed gruesome but it is regarded as quite commonplace and practical by the people of San Francisco Birming ham News sL BrutalityIt bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syra cuse N Y had not done the best he boyhett eye so I applied Bucklens Arnica Salve which quickly healed it and saved his eye Good for burns and ulcers too Only 25 cents at Haydons drug store New Yorks famous subway bar room has passed out of existence as asanc tified saloon 7 d inclined to absent themselves from home An apparent disregard for family ties is growing among the poorer classes which will eventually lead to a disregard for the blessings our country affords them Hence with an increase ofwages a corresponding movement for better nobler citizenship arid truer Christianity should be set on foof The dignity of labor should be main rained which can be done only through the love that a man should have for his r1and through the intelligence which he puts Into it rA steady hand and sober mind are Accessary for this Hence the necessity of the temperance cause and of the efforts which organ ized abstainers are putting into the movementNow what isjepce written this priest does not meaA Jfcat the tendency is to grow worse but he means that with shorter hours and increased wages there Is a tendency to go wrong which lmust be offset by movements such as this great temperance movement and similar efforts for social and civic betterment or else the increase in leisure and money will prove a curse instead of a blessing I strive never to tell any one what I do not thoroughly believe p and I shall not say to you that to be honest and temperate and hardworking successTheheavy upon the just as well opon the unjust and in the life of labor and effort which we must lead on this earth it is not always possible either by work by wisdom or by upright beha vior to wand off disaster But it is most emphatically true that the chance for leading a happy and prosperous life is immensely improved if onlythe man excrI Let hini remember above all that the performance of duty is the first essen tial to right living and that a good type of average family hfe is the corner stone of national happiness and grea ness No man can be a good citizen can deserve the respect of his fe1lop infhis own family unless he does his duty faithfully by his wife and children I strongly believe in trades unions 1 wisely and justly handled in which the rightful purpose to benefit those con nected with them is not accompanied ti by a desire to do injustice or wrong to others I believe m the duty of cape taints and wageworkers to try to seek one another out to understand each others point of view and to endeavor to show broad and kibdly humansym pathy one wfthThe other I believe irrthe work of these great temperance organizations of all Mn 2 MensCtions in short in every movement which strives to help a man by teach ing him how to help himself But most of all I believe in the efficacy of the best man himself striving continually to increase his own self respect by the way in which he does his duty to himself and to his neighbor Eagle Station on the Short Line division of the L and N was wiped out by fire Loss 15000 KENTUCKYWill Her Criminals Frankfort Ky Aug 3LThe use of the bloodhounds In a number of mar der cases over the state within thelast year has suggested that a state kennel should be established by act of tae legislature as has been done In a number of southern states in the last few years The next general assembly will be asked to consider the proposi thefstaterivided for would very probably be eii tabljshed at the main penitentiary here tr 2THREE JURORS CUREDc Of Cholera Morbus With One SmaIllottls of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy Mr G W Fowler of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while sere ing on a tit jury in a murder case atEdwardsville county seat of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate some fresh meat and some morbusmore sick in my life and sent to the drug store for a certain cholera mix ture but the druggist sent me a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Di arrhoeaRemedy Instead saying that he he had what I sent for but that this medicine was so much better he would rather send it to me in the fix I was in I took one dose of it and was better in five minutes The second dose cured me entirely Two fellow jurors were afflicted In the same manner andone small bottle cured1he three of uL For sale by C Haydon druggist Subscribe for The Sun 100 yM = s- Ac t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 14055gT Hw C6RI6SBY eI The yJlj r WILL BE IN SPRING- FIELDSaturday Sept 9 At The Walton Hotel where he will be prepared to test the eyes fit and adjust glasses If you have any trouble with your eyes you sold see him and he will fran tell youwhat is to be done He has made a special study of eyeleting and glass fitting and guarantees satisfaction We use no guess work in fitting glasses Each frame ismade to fit the patients face Remember the date Saturday September 9 at The Walton Hotel Eyes Examined Free W C Grigsby Optician Bardstown Ky r T ItS SUN Wednesday September 6 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher filtered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the maps as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION =Use Year fLOO MX Months Jr- Thro 50 Months J 25 n writing to have your addressthanged give the postoffice to which trar paper g as well as th postofflcpto whlc you i ntr DEMOCRATIC TICKET J COCKTT JUDGE B LLiteey- Oocxrr ATTORNIT T Mayei Cbrjerr CLERK W F Booker ClaybrookeSHEBHT HCPEBXVTEXDEST J W Bush JAILERGeo D Catlett oaT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy cEa4 SL Montgomery We have often thought that people heaped too much abuse upon the thorn But it is all right in its place We have al ways had the utmost respect for the thorn because there is no de Celt about it Jts nude it has no concealments to mje by means of leaves or buds or barks here are the three i sharp prongseacha warning that you will be stuck if you dont mind out Sqmetimes a pretty rose conceals a bumblebee beneath its leaves Whatever of bad can be said of the thorn it call not be said that it conceals and harbors bumblebees Lots of people who think they return GOOD for evil send the good out ina slop bucket r A womans magazine announces that women arebecQmin wiser s ail wiser every day Then how are so many marriages accounted furl i Life tIt a dangerous thing dangerous because a few years of it may get you in hell Right np 3itis the time to put a lock on the coal house door Shut the thiefout early and maybe he will see the necessity of Jaying in his coal by that honorable method of browsweating j Did you ever stop for just one minute and think about the hab it of profane swearing V Did it- t1 ever occur to you that every- iiadivJdualwho takes the name of the Almighty invain is a crimi nal He violates the law just like the man who steala horse violates the law Cussin isa fil Letsiquit cussin andchew a little more long green tobacco and spit a little more ambeer ont ourrshirt bosoms Laugh and Make Others Laugh Louisville Herald Laugh Laugh all you can Laugh morn ing noon and nignt at least Laughwhen you leave home laughwhen you meet wife or babe from home laugh when after the days labor you return to the dear ones at the fireside of peace comfort and content ment Laugh to pay your debts You owe this old world a great deal ancj the world demands pay in laughter not simulated or sickly but sincere and hearty For you the sun in the morning raises to ford another day of Peace and prosperity It smiles Do you respond with a smile For you the city or the countryside awakes in gladness Are you glad too For you your home is brightened by wile smile and babs cheers callrare you re sponsive with brightness and joy Begin the day with laughter It is the best of allstimulants It nerves to gladsome healthful deeds It opens up your own and gratifies every other heart within your reach Leave be hind as you quit the fireside a good hearty laugh It will ring throughevery room and halfway and ingle of your home till your returnA of despondencymay- cross wife and childrens existence during the absence of husband and father But the memory ofhis laugh in the morning will banish the cloud andset the family look ing to the cheerful charming laugh of the home coming rLaugh when you meet your neighbor He may be UIide a passing reign of gloom Your laughwill lift the load from his heart He will go to his place of business cheered charmedand ncouragech Meet your own business with a laugh That business may be seripus It may be even menac ing But dont fEte Just put on a smileand resolve to do the best you c n Be a pessimist andevery threatened loss or grief will be tenfold harder to bear Laqghand make friends The cheerful man is friendwinner and iF friendkeeper The human race is so built that it shows Edelnotforand inevitably seeks the cheerful companion Laugh and go on to viqtory Did you ever see the man with glad hand open heart and cheerful winsome smile in an election contest He comes in an easv winner every time over the prophet of blue ruin r Laugh and all the world laughs with you Laughte is one of the richest of earths pas sessions The ancients gave god like honors to laughter Jupiter king of gpds and men was the deity of laughter For seven days after his birth old Jove laughed incessantly But dont die laughing even ifexamples seem to justify it What to you if Chalchas the Soothsayer died of laughter at the thought of having outlived the predicted hour of death Wbat to you if Philomenes died laughing when he saw an ass eating the figs pre pared for own dessert What to you if Zeuxis the Athenian painter died laughing at the sight of a hag he had himself painted What to you if Marg utte died of laughter on witness ing a monkeys efforts to pull on a pair of shoes Interesting how ever fo you that Mayor Grain ger jf Louisville was saved from death through laughter by the General Councils refusing that gas stock sale Laugh then but make sure not to dielaughing The world wants all the cheerfulness it can get out of the man to laughter given SYCAMORE VALLEY We are glad to report no sickness in our village The school is progressing nicely and the singing conducted by Mr John Homan is largely attended by his class every Sunday evening Mr and Mrs James Ruby arid chil dren of Nelson county spent Saturday and Sunday with his brotherinlaw Marshall Keeling Mrs J D Sutherland is home again from Sparrow where she spenta weep with her parents She was accompa nied by her uncle Mr J L Cammack Misses Bessie Hardesty Lydia Scott Lela and Tavia Goodlett and Messrs ErasWs Sea of Polin arid Will Shirley and Earl Cheatham bf Willisburg attended singing at the Hillsboro church Sunday evening Mrs W E Sutherland and Miss Mayme B Merritt spent Sunday with Mesdames T W and J D Sutherland Quite a number from this place at tended the association at Glens Creek last Thursday and Friday Miss Hattie Settle visited at Willis burg last Saturday Crops in this vicinity look well The farmers are almost through cutting to baccoMr and Mrs J D Sutherland and Mrs Pearl Sutherland and Miss Mayme Merritt visited Mrs Deam Monday night Miss Ollie Sutton and Mr Joe Noel of Brooksville visited the Valle Sat- urdaY afternoon Miss Simpson and Mr Hall of Spring field attended church at Hillsboro Sun day evening Our blacksmith is doing quite a lively business in the Valley We think there is no other smith in the State like him DEEP CREEK There is some sickness in our vicinity Little James son of Mr Otha Burnes is very ill with membraneous croup at this writing The singing at Uncle George Elliotts Sunday was well attended There is one to be given Monday night at tfihome of Mr and Mrs J H C EHtottT JrMr and Mrs Bennie Coyle spent Sunday with Mrs Myrtle Webb who is Raid to be very sick John H Elliott Jr was in Mack vijle Sunday Cousin Andrew Graves of Jenkins yule was the guest of the family of J H C Elliott Saturday and Sunday thtBaptistwill take place Tuesday and Wednes day Hope it will meet With great success jf Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs John Harmon Sunday The news concerning Mr Sidney Greens death caused much sorrow among his many friende here Mrs Mollie Coyle and daughter Mattie spent Sunday with Mrs Willie Cocanoiigher Miss Clyda Coyle made her cousins Misses Maggie and Sadie Coyle a pleasant visit Sunday All the carpenters here are kept busy building tobacco barns The tobacco raisers are kept busy cutting and hauling their tobacco to the barn Mr W B Carpenter has some tobacco leaves that are twenty inches wide and fortyeight inches long Grover Elliott also has some that are fortyeight inches long and twentyfour inches wide These are the finest crops in our vicinity as reported by others Little Bryan son of Mr Dee Yan key who has been cpnQned to bed with an attack of fever is reported much better at this writing The protracted meeting at Beech Grove begins Wednesday September 6 as reported by the messengers Messrs Woodsie Coyle and Norton Bradley V r l n fIt 1 4 l Boys and 6ir1s jWe know you are glad the school days are here again Now if you want to make us glad call on tlus when you are in need of ItI School Shoes A N Hosiery We keep the kind that will be easy on your feet j and will wear w jN1 FREE L A large size tablet and pencil FREE with each purchase of our SPECIAL VALUE SCHOOL nose for 10 days at 20c a PAIR This hose will wear equal to any 25c hose on the market 3 If for a boy call for Lot No 23 If for a girl call for Lot No 20 They are the same quality onlylhe boys are dr a heavier rib This is undoubtedly the BdEST 1 SCHOOL HOSE IN THE WORLD FOR THE MONEY l We Also Have A Nice Line of lOc Hose Wt Carry i Full Stodc of the Mothers Friend Boys Shirtwaists TIIII11I Right and Fit Nrffaot erica IMadl 50c 6Bt and 75c We handle the S do K Clothes foil They are the best and cost very little more than the inferior quality A NICE PRESENT WITH I EACH SUIT You will find large line extra knee pants here that wont rip I ROBERTSON BROTHERS L HJLLSBORO Farmers are very busy cutting and housing tobacco The dogsjnade a raid on Mr John Shewmakers sheep last week and killed six and wounded several others MIMontgomerywere borhood Saturday on business- A large congregation heard Brother Williams preach a very interesting serI mon Sunday afternoon Every one was well pleased with him and he is cordi ally invited to come again Mr John Armstrong and family at tended a meeting at Fairview Saturday Mesdames Nan Scott and Emma Coulter spent Monday at Mackville Several from Willisburg attended Sleeting here Sunday Next Sunday will conclude the singing at this place Mr and Mrs Will Holman spent Sunday with Mn Lewis Clark and singing at Mr Lewis Clarks Sat urday night was rather a quiet laff air the attendance being small Mrs Armond Chowning of Berry Ky committed suicide with carbolic acid A Word To t Well Peopl- eS OORESVILLfI BornTo of WestlMoqtgomery the late Alf Benham place for 1700 Possession given January 1 1906 Ralph Rest and Robert Tatham of Taylorsville are visiting at the home of Elijah Farris rtThe Death Angel hovered around the home of Mr and Mrs F M Strange for several days and finally took from them their lovely child Marvin just twelve months and two weeks old This sad event occurred September 1 1905 The remains were interred at Mt Zion the following day About seventyfive people from here took in the Nelson county fair Saturday We had a delightful rain last Satur dayThe tobacco men are ousing their crop at a rapid rate Miss Ollie Yancey has returned to Louisville to resume her position Mrs Fannie Lydanne of Mooresville visited Mrs Ollie Eddleman at Booker last Saturdayand Sunday Mr Herbert Eddleman has purchased of E G Boblitt the Mat Truax im provements at this place for 1000 Mr Thomas Hardin and family are now about welL Mr JM Wall is erecting a strip ping room near his tobacco barn Charles Ruby and famil and IMrsEmma Wallof Louisville art Shelby Crume this week Miss Emma Wells of Tatham is visiting her sister Mrs Ed Yocum Miss Wells arid Mr Yocum took in the Nelson county fair Saturday Mrs Otho Cull of Nelson county is a visiting Mrs James Cull There was a large crowd out to hear Brother Adkins preach last Sunday There will be no more preaching until the first Sunday in October when it is thought a protracted meeting will beginLMrs Maggie Sweeney and children s of Woodlawn attended church at New Hope Sunday Miss Lelia Wall and brother Tony visited their aunt Mrs Lydia Boblitt i in Springfiejd last Sunday Mrs W 0 ElEs Viand daughter at Nancye visited Mrs Jesse Pile last ThursdayWe sorry to hear that Miss Ivy Marlowe has typhoid fever and hope she will soon be able to be out again The battleship Vermont was launched at Quincy Mass We have many things to- ellbeai de s quinine and al such bitter th ints Dont4think we are nTost happy whdiyou are sick Qffcourse if you must he sick we should like to sell you yoirr medicines and fill your prescriptions but Vie have a thousand and one things that you need besides medicines Come in and see wha we have for the corn- fort and convenience of the well Red + Drug- StoreSMOCK t BiYDOU PrnETR S tL SUBSCRIBEFOR THE SUN Sf A YEARC jo THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 S r OFII SUMMER GOODS I For 30 Daysc Wash Goods 50c Mercerized Effects uSOc2dc Wash Taffetas 12c 40c Embroidered Tissues15-cBatiste m 1Oc 20c organdies i 12ic 20c Mona SlUes 12Jc 20c Embroidered Voils 12c 15c Voils lOc One Lot Mens 100 Slifrtsat 35c- t r Furnishing Goodsf Ladies Summer veSts5c Sc lOcand 15c lnd25cWieSLadies Gowns 75c 1 125 and up Ladies Black and Tan Dropped Stitch Hose lOc 15c and 25c We sell in our Wall Paper at Half price except Dont miss this on We are great in Carpets Rugs Window and Lace Curtains Wi offer spicial to CASH buyers Wt want Cash and make prices to it us a before buying l I Local Notes i If you have anything out df repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun ESTEAYS ewes came ou our farm near Springfield August 29 Owner can have same by paying for this advertisement and their MAYES SMITH FOR SALE 100 acres upland land near Good house barn young orchard well j someti Inquire of J R Connor Ky ESTRAY Red cow white spots came to my farm about July 15 Owner can have cow by paying for this advertise and her keepG W WHEATLEY J Blincoe Ky Judge t H Thurman is moving his- twostory dwelling house fromhis farm to town and he and his family will soon beuat home onGrundy avenue Clarkson Hay don sold Riley Wil kinson of Nelson county twentytwo head dtl500J und export cattle last week at 4J cents to be delivered the first of October Rev JA Taylor will begin a series of meetings at the Baptist church the first Sunday in October Rev Ta- ylortis an able preacher and the meeting will doubtless be a successful one While wheat on the farm of Mr V H McIntire on Monday morning a wheat stack caught fire from a spark from the engine and was completely consumed It is estimated that about seventyfive bushels of wheat were lost- Messrs Hodapp Miller have com pleted arrangements to move theirEar ness factory to Louisville and in the future they will be found at 138 West Main street The people of Springfield and Washington county regret to lose y the harness factory as well as Messrs Hodapp and Miller and their families The Central Association of Baptists met at Bethlehem church Tuesday and Wednesday of this week A large crowd was in attendance both and very profitable Judge W E Selecman was moderator and Circuit Clerk Campbell was reelected clerk of the association The meeting isaid to have been one In order to a cleanup of Summer Goods and for Fall and Winter goods which we are now receiving for the next 30 days we will prices regardless of cost l tt Qivi trial of the most profitable in the history of the association The fall ferm of the Springfield School opened Monday with an enrollment of 240 pupils FOR RErrTA cottage on East Main street near the Graded School building after September 1 Six rooms Water in house Apply to Dr J M Burton The protracted meeting at the Presby terian church being conducted byDr Baughnian is proving a success Dr Baughman is an able preacher and his sermons are unusually interesting and instructive Services are being largely attended and much interest manifested DrJ HI Hopper who recently bought the residence of Dr RoBards on Wal nut street has mpved into it Dr Hoppers friends at Mackville regretted very much to see him leave he had been with them for quite a number of years and they recognized in him an able physician and a true friend His office is in the Hagan block over Ha gan Brosgroceryr Mr S M Campbell auctioneer court at Harrodsburg Monday as being largely attended There were about 200 head of cattle on the market- and at least that many mule colfe- Most of the cattle sold brought from 2J to 3 cents and mule colts from cO 90 Per head Thore were about ten buyers on the ground rubbertire buggy sold for 45 and a new steeltire buggy brought but J The Baptist association held at Glens Creek was well attended There was of dinner on the ground Several from here attended the meeting at Fairview Sunday Miss Hester Noel has returned home from Tatham Springs BornTo the wife of Thomas Young August 31 a girl Mr George Scrogham visited his Mrs Les Baxter last week Miss Lena Gibbs has returned home to Texas after a twoweeks visit with her sister Mrs Milton Hobbs Messrs JimjAdkins and Will Murphy of Anderson county visited at the home of AC Pinkston night Mrs Marguerite Poulter is the guest of her son Mr B Mr and Mrs John Hardesty spent Thursday night with A C i 1 Ji i r We Too Much Summer Clothing And Offeri everything Department opportunity Wall inducements Inducements Cunningh n1 Springfield Eight Graded reports BROOKSVILIL penty Poulter Have abaooo aaaaaa0 I Personal Notes f o rt Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round the Weeks 0Personal News 0ci0Ooci0O The Hoop Skirts The oFp iskirts now are commg in the kind they used to grandmalooked rith staves and bands randpaWanted grandma on the cheek he had to climb upon a chair and goher r b b 0 0 o o t 8 8ir Mn Evan Rogers who has been ill atCdafnp Point Ill is about well ands e and Mr Rogers returned home yesterday evening Mrs M H Jones1 is in Shelbyville where she will spend two or three weeks with relatives IMz MH Jones was in Bloomfield Jo of The Sun force spent Sunday with relatives in Louisville r Mrs Ella Montgomery andchildren spent last week with her mother near Bardstown and attended the fair Messrs J Wj Reidel Charles Mc GnnisW L McClelland andJJ Mc Cabe took in the Bardstown fair last week Mrs U G Scroghan of this place who hadan operation performed at St- Josephs Infirmary Louisville returned home Sunday and it is now thought that she will permanently Miss Mayme Knott left for Nazareth where she willattend Miss Annie J Simms schoolII Jennie Spalding in Bardstown week 7 Mr John F Simms and daughters Misses Sarah and Annie Jwent to Louisville yesterday Mr Simms will spend a few days at French Lick Springs before returning home Mrs Samuel Ra neighborhood of the Simms is quitejill r I rtiI ai l i u1M4f 1750 and 18 Suits 1250 1 1650 Suits 1150- 1500 Suitsk 91O Mrs Sidney Osborne and little son who are ill of typhoid fever are Mr George Clements and family of Chicago III are here visiting Mr Clements father Mr and Mrs P J Thomas left Tuesday morning for a visit to friends in Louisville and Shelby ville Mrs FR Hodapp and children left for Louisville last Saltyay where theywill reside Permanent r Attorney H E Walter who has been quite ill of typhoid fever for seve ral weeks has abo recovered He daysIwhore he will about two months before resuminghis practice here tMiss Barbara Kuhn and brother Casper of Nashyille JTenri have returned home after a visit to relatives here rMiss Rebecca McWhorter is visiting in Mr Hunter Craycrof and daughter of Sherman Texas were here the first of the week Miss Knott was in Elizabeth town yesterday rMrCincinnati this week on business Mr of Shelbyville is visiting his son M H Jones at this place MrsH Shader js visiting rein tives in Louisville this week Russell who has IMiss ing a months vacation with hete has returned to Bardstown to resume her position Mr Will Tuttof Louisville visited relatives here last week Misses Bessie and Pearl Campbell visited in last week rMrs Leo Haydon and little son have returned from a visit to relatives at Bardstown Miss Ma aret Durning who has been the gues of Miss Katherine Cain has returned to her home in Louisville Miss Roe ontgomery of Lebanon is visiting fri nds here rMr Richard Kelly left Sunday for St Marys Kan where he will attend school Mrs Va cleave of Louisville is the guest of Mrs WK Marks Miss Bertha Haydon is visiting relatives in Btown Misses Katherine Cain t a 1 r EFor 30 Days Su Wash Goods All 35c 40c ai50c White 30c 12c and 15c Zephyr Ginghams lOc 12c Percales y 7jcaAll 65c and 75c Wool Dress Goods 54inch Wool Goods 50c 46inch Mohairs colored and black75c38inch Mohairs i 50c One Mens 50c and 75fShirtsai a 25c Low Shoes Mens 5 Patent Leather Oxfords350M-ens 4 Russia oxfords f 300 Boys 3 Patent Leather Oxfords250Boys 250 Russia Oxfordsl98La-di 350 Patent Oxfords248La-die 250 Russia Oxfords 198 Mens Ladies and Childrens Canvas Oxfords less than cost will Ingrains Paper offering will get Duncan Ky News office keep Frederickstown improvements Frederickstown merit days reelected make make room make Pinkston Mndayj King recover severaldays Campbellsville Willie Jones Margaret Goods Dress Lot Shades threshing meetings daughter Thursday improving Margaret Bardstown Durning Cecilia and Lillie Simms and Mr LB Cain attended the Bardstowii fair last Friday Miss Louise Medley visited in Bardstown last week Mfss Laura Baker left this week fir Bethlehem academy where she will attend schoolSMrs G C Wharton and children are visiting in Cincinnati this week Misses Mary and Louise Haydon spent last week in Bardstown Messrs Neal Boblitt andTWilL Russell were in Louisville Sunday Mr and Mrs J C Shader attended the fair at Bardstown last week Miss MargarefShader is visiting in Louisville this week Master Charley Baker left Sunday for school at Gethsemane Mrs T B Stanford was in Louisville this week Miss Jennie Craycrof who has been tie guest of relatives here left Monday for a visit to her brother in Cincinnati Mr Lewis Kelly left this week for St Marys Ky to attendschool Mrs Nannie Simms and daughter Nancy are in Louisville this week Miss Anna Blanche Weisen has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to her aunt Mrs W E Leach manI r Mr William Medley and sister Isabel were in Lebanon Sunday HD Stiles was in Louisville tl first of the week Mr James McCabe left this mom ing for French Lick where he will spend abqut ten days Miss Jennie McCabe is in Louisville this week visiting friends Miss Vanatta of Shelbyville is here visiting the family of M H Jones iRev L W Bruner district super intendent of the Kentucky ChfldrenJV Home Society is here this week in the interest of the society Mrs Maggie Bosehart ofrLouis ville is visiting at the home of Mr J L Allen t3The Czar sent President Roosevel a cable message of thanKS for his part ilk the peace negotiations rt Harness ShopM S 2cWithin the next ten days or two weeks we will open a first class harness shop in our hardware store in Springfield Arf ex pert workman has been employed and firstclass work is promised the trade i Wi Will tUi Nithh lot Oak TaMid LIt ir k i r Work J ti1li J I iL r We will make you a new set of repaid J f harness j r j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 905 r it lt H LAUGH I And the World Laughs 1 With You z Zt1ztfZuZ ZIIVZittuZe t Patrimonial Agreements Mrs Breeze lam so sorry Della 10 hear that you have had trouble with your husband Mrs Geeze Yo uhave been misin formed Amelia merely a little dis agreement You know married people cannot always agree Mrs BreezeSant they Well vc always agree In fact I make it a point to see that we do agreeor ijjiher that John agrees with me which amounts to the same thing Tit Bit x jt How She Caught Him rHe had been calling at intervals for five years and one night when he and the young lady were seated in a se eluded corner of the drawingroom the front door bell rang Oh bother cried the young man better tell the servant ffcu are out Shall I not tell her to say Im en gaged asked the girl shyly and be Sore another quarter ot an hour had passed she wasTlt Bit Heard It for Years HerWhy did you laugh when I told you that joke was original with me Him Because I caught you in a mist statement Heroh you doubt my word HimNo but you told me last night you were only 23 If you composed that Poke you are at least 60 Thats all Cleveland Leader How He Won Her HerThe man to marry must have tone something of ImportancQ Him Then Im the vary chap you are looking for I did a very Important thing the first time we met HerIndeed What was It pray Himl fell In love with you at sightCincinnati Enquirer It Was on the Bum Good Laky You will Have to wash tip some before t give you anything io eat Tramp after washing for five min- cotesMadam this soap is on the bum it wont take the dirt off Good Lady I understand but you ixmst put more of it on the bum and I guess it will take the dirt off Judge The Optimist If you were an optimist youd Ibok on the bright side of it But theres no bright side to It 440f course there Isnt anyone can look on the bright side when there is a bright side the optimist however is an optimist because he can look on a bright side that isnt there Houston Post 4 Jv Merely a Hint nrckI mustsay you treat me rath ercoolBessWell I am very sorry thatIcannot say the Fame of you thatrtIsnt kso very expensive Cincinnati En qulrer r L In ohiO SheAnd did you find your old banker friend in this morning HeNo he wasnt InISheWell was there no word when he would be backIYes the janitor of the building told sue hed be back in about five years The Sun 40Then He Caught Up An American cabinet officer re s selves only eight thousand dollars is year said one Russian official contemptuously Yes answered the other but consider how long he IR allowed to live to enjoy It Washington Star Puzzle Find the Missing Words When the mercury soars skyward And the world Is In a stew Smite the man who puts the question r 1 YiSun EXACTLY J v ShejAre there any set rules regarding bathlfig suits Ijel think its all a matter of form Chicago Journal Ever ThusIGood resolutions are like cooks t For sadly do we kitowIWe think them jewelivnea they come gut in a week they go Judge There Are Others Giffle Does old Grumps ever get enthusiastic about anything Splnks Does he Always when the prospects look promising for hard times CourierJournal Granted Mrs Jawback I wouldnt be such a foul if I were you Mr JawbackNo you wouldnt bean kind of a foolif you were pie Cleveland Leader 1 Among the KnowAHs Gray After all how little a man knows of his fellow manfSmithHuh Guess you never lived iu a boarding house did you Cincin nut Inquirer THE CHOLERA SCARE x No Epidemic of the Disease Is Expected at Hamburg Berlin Sept 4Dr Nocht harbor physican for the government at Ham burg in reply to inquiries made con cerning cholera telegraphs as follows The transshipment of Russian emi grants having been spended at Hamburg further cholera infection is impossible The room companion of the first case has a light attack but o her wise all the emigrants are healthy Three emigrants due to sail last Thursday on the steamer Maltke Hor New York were landed and since then have been under medical observation waterIlndIts unlikely t A 9 R Train Wrecked Puebloy Col Sept 4Thefitst section of westbound Atchison Topeka 8 Santa Fe passenger train N6 9 carrying hundreds ofG A R excursionists ditchea one mile east of Boone Eight passengers were injured none fatally Shot by a Ministeri Meridian Miss Sept 4Dr H C Henderson the most prominent phy sician in Neshoba county was shot by John Hinson an equally prominent minister with a do blebarr led jshot gun The was the result ofShOOtlngI family Harry Richard a young hunt r off Magnet Ind bled to deathfrbm a wound caused by the accidental dis- chargei pf his gun A SURE CURE FOR 1HEIINATISK OLD SORES CUTSSPRAIN- 190UNDS CORNS RUN IONS GALLS S1UISES CONTJACT TSUIR1iSa i AN ANTISEPTIC that stops Irritation subdues Inromatron and drives out Pain o Promoteslasticity CURED OF PARALYSIS VlaS Bailey P O True Texts writes My wife had been suffering five years with paralysis in her arm when I was persuaded to use Ballard Snow Liniment which effected a complete cure I Tiave also used it for old sores and skies r emptions It does the work u BEST LINIMENT ON EARTH ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES THREE SIZES 25c SOc and 100 BALLARD SNOW tlNlIVlfeNT COST LOuIs US Ar SOLD AND RECOMMENDE IY- C J FAYDON i Spin fierd Yj + 7 TO HIDE A ROBBERY Residence Was Fired and the Occu pants Barely Escaped Louisville Ky Sept IAfter be ing robbed of all its valuable contents the residence of Joshua B Rawlett IS10 Fourth avenue was fired by thieves and the three occupants narrowly escaped with their lives Shortly after 2 oclock Mrs Hewlett was awakened by a feeling of suffocation and a second later saw a flame shoot past the window within two feet of her bed Shehurriedly awakened her hus band and her nephew In the adjoining room and they made for the front door but were cut off by flames They as tended to the roof and escaped by breaking the skylight of the adjoining house and finally reached the street lentofALLEGED CONFESSION A Forgery of Notes Amounting to6 300 on a Louisville Bank Louisville Ky Sept 1John H Waters formerly the head of a private savings 1m JSeUersburg Ind wanted here on t 10 charge of forgery came to Louisvil e and it is alleged confessed that lie had forged notes held by the First National bank bt this city to the extent of 6300 The al leged confession was made it is said in the presence of Clint C McCarty the president of the bank and Bur dette C Lutz of iJeffersonville the as sistant prosecuting attorney from Clary county Indiana Waters tIsclaimed said that he had been renew ing the notes for four years and that they originally represented 8000 SUCCEEDS POYNTZ R G Phillips Is iChosen Secretary By the State Election Commission FrankfortjTkyi Sept IThe state election commission elected B G Phil hps of Hardin county aS secretary to succeed Ollie M Ppjnte J L Ferguson was appointed democratic Om1 missioner iti Hopkins county C Carden in Hart county On motion of Commissioner Burnam republican a change was made in Gairard county by substituting H H Bat son for Cal vin Neview as a republican commis sloner The board will meet again September R to select the democratleIcommissioners in BathI goffiri Marshall Whitley and Union counties Struck By An Au omobileI Lancaster Ky Sept 1 Miss Jen nie Arnold of this city has received information that her sister Mrs Liz zie Rothwell of St Louis was struck by an automobile whilej alighting from g street car Mrs Rojthwell suffered a double fracture of the leg a crushed ankle and serious internal injuries Why They Shot at Him Middlesboro Ky Sept 1Moses Brooks a mail carrier jon route No from Ewing Va was shot at twice from ambush He was hit in the left arm He had two registered letters containing Government oml cers are huntIns for the guilty parties A New Railway Campton Ky Sept LJohn and Floyd Day the promoters of a railroad from Natural Bridge Powell county to this place have secured the right ol way and grading will begin on the road at once and will be completed to this place by the first of January Big Mill Burned Midway Ky Sept 1An explosion caused by spontaneous combustion started a fire In Mooresrmlll near here and the structure was destroyed with large quantities of grain The concern was one of the largest of its kind in Central Kentucky Raised Silver Certificates ML Sterling Ky Sept IIn Pulas ki county Jonas Halcomb was arrest ed on the charge of raising denomina tions of silver certificates When taken Into custody by Officer Morrow Halcomb had several oU the raised bills in his possession Are Held To the Grand Jury Mt Sterling Ky Sept 1pollce menWm Brltton and Luther Herman on trial in Harrodsburg for the murde of exRepresentative Black and Win Stolls during the fair were held to the grand jury in the sum of 1600 bond each Shot FatherinLaw I uttawa Ky Sept IEd Tiramoni shot a difntnliy wounded his father inlaw Wi B Scott with a 38callbei pistol about three miles in the country north of here Timmons and his wife have been living separate Dr J W Jacksons Remains Londpn Ky Sept IThe remain of Dr James W Jackson who died in a sanitarium at Sherman Tex a few days ago arrived here and were taken to Fariston live miles south of here for burial Two Sentenced For Robbery T1IJonesfive years each in the penitentiary for assault and robbery of a man ou the Cincinnati Southern last July Drinks Poison Cynthlana Ky Sept IMrs Ar mend Chbwning wife of a prominent citizen of Berry Ky committed aui cide by dripklng carbolic acid nd blue tglass following their owners In Berlin ql i lu J WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY then you want chare a job of work hometohavegoodtohous8doubtlessnice in print but dont come UIto Pay your money out at home and It may come back again but send it to one of the bigmail order houses and it will buy 2icent cigars for some thefollowingable men When you wart to make a purchase look over this lISt and select your stor e you thebigHAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroYr Dealer Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils1 Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley Tinners and Plumbers Guttering and SpecialtyI u ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Shoes Etc j C w and the most reasonable W Dealer In Groceries Ice Beer Etc W E Leachman d Dealer In Furniture Carpets James and Jeweler Done on Short Notice Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes McElroy Dealers In Hardware Tinware Etcf Ejd M Russelli Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Etc soyaDo t J Here the way to get oneA GOOD ONE Go out among your neighbors and friends and get 4 FOUR 4o Cash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun and we give the The is an excellent oneguaranteed keep correct time is an open face stemwind stemset nickel case just as the cut this adver tisement These watches are being carried by business men allover the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or take with him when he goes out to work or to play and Every in every community in Washington can get one if he will only devote a few hours to Write your who live other counties and other States and tell them to send you a dollar for The Sun to them that you want the watch The Sun four cash and get the watch THE SPRINGFIELD SUN t Lanf N Railroad Time Table Lrlncoming Trains Arrives Springfield Arrives at Bardstown Arrives Bardstown Junctn Louisville Outgoing Trains 4Leaves Bardstown Leaves BardstoAvn Junctn Arrives Louisville Clothing e NOE Blacksmithing Repairing at prices Hagan Vegetables Musical Instruments J Graves Watchmaker Repairing Shultz Stoves Silverware is will you watch timepiece to in represents to boy County soliciting to friends in explaining Bring subscribers at at Leaves Leaves Springfield at C Grundy It onlyNo 825 p m 735u 650u 600u Daily No 42 525 a m t 17Ie 70ru755u Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 9 30u 730u onlyNo 715 a m 800u 45It 935u DailyNo 705 m 552u502 410 gaily NQ 44 mI220u410 p m 545 p m THE SUN 91 PER YEAR Drs WaF Trustya Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices AU Office over Haydon Barber Dr J1 MBurtonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORk A SPECIALTY All Dental York Strictly First KyOffice B D LAKEInsurance Agent SP TJJCKYLife reUabIandworld Your insurance solicited fl- r Dr J H LAMPIONs OFFiCEr In Opera House Springfield r Kentucky t J DJLJ C MUM SPRINGFIELD J KENTtirin j ornoE c raimoxs nstiapsroas Office Hoursl2 M to 2p M T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW pringield Ky r Win practice In the courts otw CourtotApPeaIsand CCMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Wm practice in all State and Federa Courts W D CUYBROOK ATTYATLAVT Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of WashInlrton Appealsi i W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW ISpringfield Kytwin in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court ofAppeals H E WALTER ATTYATLAW Springfield Sentuckyi7 WiUpracticemjoining counties S M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtywillable Phone 84 U5BMARKS STIX- 1 CINCINNATI BootsShoesRUbbetsi Sa1emL E C MXJO5 DIRECTORY rngfeldKy Ctit4lettEMasters r nlUganOctoberCounty W T CuntyAttorneyeach month eachmonthCourt of Claims Meets at Springfield first ApriLounty SurceyorCoronerJtrruODJBr CaratsItev J G Hoskinson SundaysSunday School every Sunday at IP L in nightCATHOUC inees Pastor Services Sunday at 8 and r oclock a m Services at St Bose same hours Pastoreach month LatimerPastorand 7 m Snndav School PrayermeelngeeryThtlrsdayevenlnlrat Williamsa m and 7 p m Sunday School Sun evePWedne8day NatJasPolland tIMNolwadThirdpkltItlJJdg oplWR t1J tq IIW f t L rTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6 1905 iAWORLb JENNIE B POWERS of the Humane Society For Hampshire and Vermont Jennie B Powers an agent of society for New Hanip and Vermont Is a fearless wo In the discharge of her duties with the powers of a deputy she Isthe personification bf law IMrs she puts her hiatid upon an ani daughter of CaptaIri E W Car the Fourth Vermont volunteers through the civil war Mrs possesses the spirit to work In of dumb beasts and the Jf chil years ago she jumfftjd from In her Brattlebofo homeand a man from beating his poise POWERSI34BS JECOB Be The local humane society was reor ganized and her career as agent commended 5 For seven years two of which have been spent In heshire county NH with an occasional trip beyond her en tire time has been given to such work At the freight yards she has watched the loading of cattle inspecting them on the cars The stories she tells and the pictures she shows of tasks performed cause One to lookjn wonder at the frail woman who has remained all night in a woodchoppers hut that she might put a crippled beast out of pain when the morning dawned who has entered omes where her life has been threat ened and taken the children to better quartersShe a determined person as was shown In the prosecution of a man charged with starving his horse Mrs Powers fought the case through three terms of court at her own expense and at last won out It is only during the last two years that she has taken to shooting condemned animals herself In that time however she has ended the careers of lOfr Worses cows sheep dogs and pigs In shooting she uses a hamtnerless fiveshot revolver made to order wIth a Barrel lIx inches in 1ength and has tad to fire a second shot but once in her experience and that was caused darknessMrs Is a veterinary of no mean ability She is a taxidermist and las taken a course of entomology at 4Amherst college She has the finest exhibition of bones taken from de- ceasedanimals In the country Boston Globe Cane of Flat Foot The power of the foot as a sustainer of the weight of the body Is under stood The heel great toe and outer IIlde of the foot form the three points of a tripod An outward crowded great toe decreases the utility of the b foot to justsuch a degree as it Is forced from Its normal position Flat toot is frequently seen In children as a result ot effort made to have them toe out gracefully says an authority Toeing In Is ofleu due to the uncon clous effort txFlessen the strain on j the arch of the foot produced by bad j Jy formed shoes Few children will toe in If they wear properly shaped hoes The exceptions are those with weak toot arches for whom the shoes should be made with soles thicker on the inner than on the outer edge The Knight is thus shifted toThe outer edge of the foot and the strain on the arch of the foot relieved This makes toe Ing out an easy if not an altogether natural procedure The turnery Walls The trouble with flowered wallpapers Is that they do not admit of pictures Few children are content with a bedroom or nursery without pic tureSi and if their tastes are con sulted as they surely should be the pictures selected for any room will be more or less miscellaneous therefore the nursery or sitting room sacred to youth should be furnished with a view of permitting latitude In decoration The walls should be plain buff brown or green In softest tones and the wood work for preference white With such a background almost any decorative Boysneedown rooms and so In these emancl p pated days do many girls The in stinct is sure to sleep Jf made to order rooms are given children 8tacIITIle Cost of Art leadingtJtlidinBsuPPliest about 500 a year = t By clubbing togelHer In furnished rooms and d oing light housekeeping girls have managed to live on 5 a week including laundry with an occa sional new dress sent on the anxious mother Girls who havesucceeded admit that took them all the way from one toive years merely to secure a foothold among New York publish ers Statistics go to show that of the seven or eight hundred students who study annually in a certain New York school famous for its brilliant faculty an average of one and a half pupils remain un score a success Ip New York city Womans Home Companion The Neck In Photographs Women whpo through the frightful agony of being photographed und aft er first youth is short of agony should pay particular attention to the dressing k for that the photographers Skillful hand cannot remedy as It does the wriufcjfcs A stock is almost invariably outTof fashr Ion the next year Klljbon bows disfg ure the contour of the face At the same time the neck must be distinctly high or lown surplus generally giv ing bad effects Photographs have such a horrid habit of lasting And people bring them out and laugh at them t Tonic For Dry Hair A most excellent tonic for dry and falling hair is made of one gill of alm ond oUt one ounce of burdock root one eighth ounce each of oils of rosemary and thyme one and threequarters drams of oil of bergamot onehalf dram of oil of lemon and the same of triple extract of orange Place the burdock root In a glass jar and pour in the oil then put the jar where it will keep warm but not hot for three days Strain and add the rest of the ingredients Massage this into the scalp every night lIT r t To Darken LIght fled Hair To darken fred hair make a ten by pouring a pint of boiling water over an ounce of henna leaves broken Cover and let It steep until the liquid Is cold Have the hair washed and thoroughly dried Then apply the tea with a brush letting it stay on for half an hour Wash again In warm clear water The tint may be darkened even more by making the tea stronger and letting it stay longer on the hair Etiquette and Good Sense When receiving a call from a young man a girl should not rock violently laugh loudly or betray nervousness Let her try to talk of what interests him or lead him to do so When he rises to go she should rise also with but a moments hesitation of reluctance She does not accompany him to the door but takes leave of him in the drawing room expressing the hope of soon seeing him again Success Dry Cheese Pry cheese shows a careless house keeper lit is a source of waste as the dry hard pieces are usually thrown out To keep cheese moist It should be wrapped in buttered or oiled paper and kept In an airtight pan or one with a lid that fits closely Cheese that is cut and soon to be eaten will be moist and fresh enough if merely wrapped In a damp cloth Look Your Befit Always look your best and afterjyou have improved yourself as far as lies im your power then make sure hatyour manners will do the rest all cant be beautiful but we can try to be as beautiful as we can and we all can certainly be courteous and win the love that even exceeding beauty will not gain JTor us without the charm that accentuates it String Bean and Lima Beans Here Is a rather uncommon dish of vegetables but its excellence Is vouch ed for Cook string beans and lima beaus separately and when tender place them together In a saucepan with an ounce of butter salt and pep per Toss them together while cook Ing for a few minutes and serve with a little chopped parsley sprinkled over them Successful Dry Cleaning- A woman who home cleans her laces and chiffons and other unwasbable fol derols has great success in a dry cleanliig process or her own invention Filmy scarfs and their like are rubbed gently in a mixture of three parts starch and one df borax Then they are covered with a clean layer of the starch rnd borax and left overnight The Dainty Woman A datptviwoman will have all h jr belonging as finished and trim as possible and not the least of these are the dress pfotectors In all her thin gowns sire uS the small size shields ajid puts a scant ruffle of narrow Valenciennes lace around the edges Beauty Silent Martyrs Every now and then an asplrantfor beauty complains to the courts that the operation to correct facial blemishes was not onlY unsuccessful but inju rious The name of the silent martyrs must be legion Washington Star At least once a week if not oftener the carpet sweeper should be thor oughly cleaned the box wiped out th an oiled cloth and the brush rushed with a whiskbroom Mrs Helen Campbell has said of the average kitchen There never was a place more Ingeniously what it should not be Wetting the hair occasionally in a solution of salt and water will keep It from falling out Necer sleep In any garment that has been worn through the day R YOUNG FCLK TALKING MACHINES Tots That Give n Fair Imitation of the Human Voice Would you like to make a talking machine If you have a toy trumpet put the small end in your mouth and your hands over the largo or funnel end Xow blow through the trumpet and open aniL shut your hands once quickly The syllable mawill be s ayquick succession the word mamma will be spoken by the trumpet It may have strident sound but it will nevertheless be aspoken word Another good iinitation of the human voice may be made by taking a r larger HOMEMADE TALKING MACHINE empty spoo and stretching across the hole one end two rubber bands The b udimust be close together at th ir edges but must not oyerlap You can tack or tie the ends over the side of the spool 7 r When you blow through the other end of the spool the bands vibrate like the human vocal cords and make a sound something like the human voice which will according to the force with which you blow A TEASING PASTIME The W iT to Play the Game Robin on the Ridgepole Whoe er takes the part of Robin mounts the first step ot the piazza or any oth r convenient step or low bank while al the other players in the game who an his tormentors stand at the foot of his perch close at hand Robin Is supposed to be a very vain fellow who dos nothing but preen his feath ers in the hope of attracting admiration Bis teasers torment him with this yh uting derisively Pre m your feathers Robin Oi the ridgepole hgh7 T Per aps Miss Daisy Robin be passing by Hope she turns her head away tN vcr sees your style Sucjh a silly bachelor Prinking ail the while Just when Robin will become thoroughly provoked at this treatment no one can tell but when he does he makes a sudden spring among the players and they as quickly jump away After this each has three Jumps hops or strides In which the tormentors seek to escape while Robin tries to catch them If the latter captures no one In the first attempt he has to mount the ridgepole again and put up with a rep etition of their derision until he does so The unlucky person upon whom he succeeds in lay In hands then takes his place To Make Fine Sonp Babbles Make a heavy suds oftpure white cas tile soap Take off every bit of the lather dip a clay pipe into the cleared solution and blow a bubble If you cannot make one six Inches In diame ter add soap until you can When a bubble six inches In diameter will hang from the pipe dip your finger In the soapy water and then try to push it into the bubble If you cannot do it it needs more soap When you can do this without the bubble bursting you are ready for business There Is no end to the wonderful things you can do with such bubbles but bear In mind that when once the sonpy water Is just right it must not be disturbed so as to break up the smooth surfaQer Advance Riddle t Why Is at naughty boy like an old chair Because a good caning would goodi know how to make Itself comfortable Because It Is two thirds made iron ease Ea Why Is a postage stamp a most un fortunate thIng Though It sticks to Ita duties to the very letter It gets Its head punched Its face disfigured and a good licking Why does a stylish woman resemble a Because both wear gloves What apple Is like the fashionably spring shoe The russet Trio Ways When Cousin Alice pays a call She takes her cards so neat and small She always wears her finest frock She stays ten minutes by the clock Then says Goodby and comes away Without one bit ot play Why on the square we Shouldnt call Such visits any fun at all I run across to Bessies door In plain old dress and pinafore And Bessics very sure to say Take oft your hat and then lets play f We make a playhouse on the floor 1 stay an hour and sometimes more And oh such games I wouldnt do Like Alice for the world would youT Oh our Is much the nicer way i Take off your hat and then lets play Little Folks t YELLOW FEVER MOSQUITO One of the Disease Breeders Captured at Owensboro Owerisboro Ky Aug 31 Several days ago a mosquito was dent from here to New Orleans with the request that it be examined by the health authorities Wednesday Judge Trlplett of Owensboro received a letter from Dr J H White of the marine hospital at New Orleans stating that beyond all question the specimen sent was a yellow fever mosquito Dr White has requested that a number of Owensboro mosquitoes be sent so that a thorough examination could be made His Nerve Failed Him Lawrenceburg Ky Aug 31James Bass in Jail here confessed tohav ing entered a conspiracy with W H York to kill th latters aged brother James R YIorli Bass says his nerve failed him rand he failed to keep his appointment W H York is in jail at Louisville for the murder of his brother fIlmseifHenderson A Jonas editor of the Evening Journal was seriously injure by the acci dental discharge of a pistol In his own hand Thinking a burgl ir was in the house he took up his gu i and hurried to investigate He stumbled and fell discharging the weapon Z Big Farm Sold Paris Ky Aug 310le of the larg est sales of farming Ian is ever made In Harrison county was consummated when Judge W T Latte ty of Cynthi ana sold for the estate ors J Ash brook 575 acres for a liltle over 43 000 an average of 75 P acrei Motor Car Exploded Mt SterifngrSKy 1ug 31C H Boiighton superintendent of theAsh land division of the C O railroad waSseriously Injured on the Big San dy road in company with other men he was going over the road in a motor carwhen the machine exploded Back Tax Suits Dismissed Henderson Ky AugISlThe fol lowing back tax suits instituted by Revenue Agent George H Alexander were dismissed Henderson cotton milis Winstead Distilling Co F L Clore Sons Coquillard wagon works and the George Delker Co Keeneland Farm Sold Lexington Ky Aug 31Mr J N Mackey f Los Angeles Cal has pur chased of his slsterinlaw Mrs R B Smith her property on the Versailles pike known as Keeneland and presented it to his wife who was Miss Stella Keene Will Test Right To Vaccinate Lexington Ky Aug 31Theboard of health has stirred up a controversy wfth Rev E Snodgrass by an order recently issued that all children be vac clnated before entering the public schools Rev Snodgrass will test the case in court Warrant For Waters r Louisville Ky Sept 2A warrant was Issued for JohnH Waters the Sellersburg Ind bank rwho confessed the forgery of 8000 worthof notes Waters it is said offers to notfyetbeen Owensboro Ky Sept 2TheSt nd ard Oil Co was fined 10 for peddling oil in Owensboro SIxtythree o her cases were dismissed on the dec Ion of the court of appeals that only ome fine for this offense can be asse sed In a year Cut their Heads Off Louisville Ky Sept 2 Carl Brown Janitor at the University of Louisville medical departmep1was taken to the a con fessed to taking part In cutting the heads from seven bodies at the morgue Provision has been made at New Or leans for th compulsory fumigation of all residences or other houses whose oc cupants or wners are absent- 41 tBY SWEETHEARTS BROTHER Kentucky Swain Wounded While Go- Ing Courting Owlngsville Ky Sept 4Bodge Bank was shot and badly injured by George Fugate on Cain creek Breathltt county Banks had been payingatten tion to Fugates sister and Fugate had warned him from the house As Banks was on his way to see the girl Fugate concealed hlmsjslf in bushes at the roadside and opened fire with a rifle One bullet struck Banks in the side one in the shoulder and one grazed his face Fugate has not been arrested Labor Day at Latonla I Covington Ky Sept 4 Conserva tive persons who attended the Labor day outing at the Latonia race course Sunday estimated the attendance be tween 15000 anti 20000 people The grand stand betting shed the walk the paddock grounds and a great portion of the center field were crowded In the crowd were owners of horses and their wives Takes Back His Confession Lexington Ky Sept 4 Fletcber W Golden the selfaccused murderer of John Williams of Kenova W va wno is now In Jail here awaiting the action of the West Virginia authorities made another statement here in which nEt flenjes till fmowledge Qf any killing and says he does not remember bay ing made imcji a confession Option Carried ILocal Ky Sept 4Local option carried this county by a vote of 1514 against 216 withone precinct to hear from dwlngsvllle and Sharps burg in which cities elections were held were carried by the drys by majorities of 86 and 42 respectively Battle Between Feudists Owingsville Ky Sept 41n a gen end battle in Magoffin county Alex Fanning fought the entire Whitt family badly wounding Alex Whitt before he was himself fatally grounded by other members of the Whitt family No captures have been made Run Down By a Train Covington Ky Sept 4Actlng Coroner Charles Durain of Erlanger Ky began investigating the deatlteof Robert Lee Billeter who was ruh down and killed by express train No 4 on the Q C near Crescent Springs He failed to obey signals Attempt To Cut Wifes Throat Lexington Ky Sept 4As he was in the act of embracing his wife iIi farewell Jese Moss a resident of Rogers Gap Scott county slashed her across the throat with a razor and left her supposing she was dead She Is not seriously hurt Tight Shoe Poisons Blood Covington Ky Sept 4As a result of wearing a tight shoe W F Curry is suffering at Speers hospital with blood poisoning which has affected his entire left foot Mr Curry Is a resident of Covington His condition is serious Shot By His Playmate Owingsville Ky Sept 4A telegram Irqgn Beattyvllle Lee county states that Leslie Snowden aged 6 Was shot with a 2 caliber rifle and fatally injured by James Donohoo aged 10 He claims the shooting was accidentaleKilled By Lightning Hop lnsvl11e Ky Sept 4Durlng a thunder storm Herschel Sizemore Was instantly killed by lightning near Hermanlwas knocked over and lay for hours unconscious His life is despaired of Woman Dead at 100 Years Mayklng Ky Sept 4Mrs Chrissle SergentTtTO years old the oldest woman in Eastern Kentucky and mother of exSheriff William Sergent of Colby died at Carrs Fork Creek on the Letch erKnott border There were last year 532 paper mills in operation in European Russia em ploying 46li0 Fire at ljddlesboro Ky destroyed property valUed at 10000 I 4Have You Thought ABOUT THAT WINTER COAL MOWS THE TIME 4 4 1Ionly have three brands THEY ARE THE BEST Imperial 4 Jellico Birds Eye Cannel Italian Blue Gem These are the best they have been tried by the people of Springfield and found to be ext 4 cellent Fill your coal house now BUYI i M HJonesiI 1 I Your Life- Current youlifeforce or nerve fluid located ia a the nerve cells of the brain and sent out through the nerved to the various organs rlervoUirritableheadache feel stuffy dull and melancholy or have neuralgias rheumatism backache peri odical pains indigestion d Ysapepsia stomach trouble or the inactiveourPowerproducing fuel is needed something to increase nerve energy strengthen the nerves IDr Miles Restorative Ner is the fuel you need It feeds the nerves produces nerve force and restores vitality When I began taking Dr Miles i Restorative Nervine rand AntiPain Xhadof two years Illness with malaria Igradually grew so week that I was unable to sit up The spells would commence with cold chills and 1 helplessI had doctored rf t along but area weaker and weaker This Nervfn seemed to ptrensrthen me right away and my circulation was better I have taken In all seven bottles of the Nervine and Ipis entirely weUCoR03A E WEAVER yondrucglst r first bottle will benefit It he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkfaart I- nieThepostt y Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Profits20i000 OFFICERS Geo D Robertson dentSCashIerHDIRECTORS Geo D Robertson W L Graham HaydonJYour Banking Business Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOObOOOOO OOOOOGGOGGOOGOOGOOOOOOGOOO oLEO HATDCT s B TBoxpsoyJa- Q IH4YDON THOMPSON r ou LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling MeL Pnoxr 18 oooeOOQOOOOOOO JOHN Y MAYESj Funeral Directorr And LicenSed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets ad Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 eoeorrQslaosososbQooO 4 r CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The LonisviDe i Times oneyear5OQT- he Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 fe J30TheJournal any three days in the weekvV 3lO The Sun one year and the daily f CourierJournal any three days in the week six months 2 The Sun and the Sun yCour ierJournal one year 2 80 Address THE SPRINGF1ELDSUXIt u ItSp Ky i I 7 i l- t 1 q 1it IRE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 6f 1905 PublicS leL 0f PropertyIThursday Sept 281 Having sold my farm I will on the above date beginning at 9 oclock a m offer for sale to the highest bidder at the farm known as the Thomas G Ham ilton farm five and onehalf miles from Springfield on the Bardstown and Springfield turnpike the following personal property LIVE STOCK TT Six cows and calves 3 fat heifers 3 fat cows 5 yearling steers 1 three year ld Polled Angus bull 1 fiveyearold harness mare extra good 1 brood mar Lilack brood mare in foal to jack 1 roan work horse seven years old2 Southdownbuck1 sow and 9 pigs 14 hogs to fe- edFARMING IMPLEMENTSr One spring wagon 1 disc harrow good as new 1 new Kentucky wheat drill 2 A harrows 2 good breaking ptwo4iorse 4 double shovels 2 single shovels 1 onehorse ro marker 1 mower 2 hay rakes lot of farm harness 1 good grind stone good new scald box corn sheller boxtMISCELLANEOUSI Lot of 2J ft boards lot of 2 ft boards lot of sawedshingles lot of blue ash frame lumber 212 feet sill lumber 1 gravel bed 1 cider mil and lot of pure apple vinegar lot of home made soap lot of old tobacco 100 bushels wheat lot sash set of buggy harness lot of durabletrees and single trees four corn planters lot of old sacks 1 log chain 1 fifth chain lotofshoelshoespicks etc lot of carpenters tools consisting of saws squares braces and bits 1 work bench and other things too numerous to mention Terms made known oo daYof sale M CAMPBELL I Auctioneer i I SHARPSVILLE Left From Last Week Mr and Mrs Martin Sallee entertained a number of their friends with music Saturday evening Mr Thomas Moberly sold a farm to H J Brown last week Price un baWDTDr John Yes 1and Miss Irma Gra ham attended the fair at Springfield Saturday Quite a number from here attended church at Antioch Sunday The protracted meeting will be held there dur ing September William Moore is teaching singing at Antioch prepara tory to the meeting The tobacco men are very busy hous ing their tobacco Mr Herman Colvin was at Fairview Sunday Sirs Edgar Yancey is on the sick listI Bernice Graham who has been suffering from the eff ectsof a sunstroke J is able to be out again Mr and Mrs Nelson Long and little daughter Edna spent Sunday with relatives at Willisburg W E Brown purchased a farm in Marion county for 7500 The school is progressing nicely under the management of Mrs R J Crouch Harvey Robinsonrand JA Derrin gem have about completed their new dam at this place the recent high wafers having so damaged the old one as to render it worthless Mesdames Harvey Robinson and John R Rose spent Sunday visiting the sick Would that many others would catch the spirit and lend their presence t cheer those whose lives are saddened by affliction None but the suffering one knows how to appreciate these visits Ask John R Rose what it is to be ini midst of housing a big crop of tocacco where hands are as scarce as hensi teeth MT ZION Left From Last Week Mr Everett Parish is recovering from a bad attack of typhoid fever i Mr Joe Hays spent Sunday with his wife at St ASnthonys Infirmary in Louisville Mrs Hays will return home Wednesday greatly improved Mr Earl Rody of New Haven spent Sunday here the guest of Miss Eva Sutherland Mrs Kate Williams was the guest o- fJULSWU ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy Afew doses of thisremedy will Invariably cure an ordinary at tackof diarrhea It has been used in ninp epidemics of dysentery with perfect auccesst always be depended upon even in the more severe attacb of cramp oo1l0ud chol era morbus It is equally successful for nnufter diarrhea and cholera infantum in children and is the means of savingtie lives of many children eaeh year Whea reduced with water and weeteaed it is pleasant to take Every nano a should keep this remedy la fcis home Bay it BOW It may save life p1UCE Kc LAmaiSOT 60o W C HAMILTON Mrs JVB Williams at Midway last ThursdayI Ernest Gray spent Sunday with the family of Mr George Sutherland Miss Lydia Williams who has been with her sister in Louisville is now visiting Mrs Wallace Brown at Bards townMr and Mrs Ed Crume of Nelson county and Misses Annieand Ollie Van fleet were the guests of Mrs R A Russell Sunday Miss Margie Bonta who has been visiting her sister Mrs S H Bishop in has returned home herguestsMissesEleanor Hays of Bloomfield Mr S A Bayne and family spent PeitonspentlastMr Nat Bricken of Maud visited SundayMrrG L T returned to her fewlweeksMrs H B Bonta For Sale I I have a lot of office fixtures and surgical instruments which I desire to sell ahorseA Remedy Without a Peer3 I find Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets more beneficial than another remedy Lever used for stomas trouble says J P Klote of Edina stomachbiliousness byCFIRE AT FLEMINGS URG Nearly the Whole of the Business Dis trict Burned FlemlngsTiurg Kyt Sept 2Thlsplace was visited by a destructive fire and before it could be gotten under control almost the entire business dis- trIct was consumed together with both newspaper plants The fire started near the depot and it was found the engine would not work Aid was loutthereworks When the engine was repaired the following places had been coi sum ed C F 8 A depot S P Manly dry goods C A Glascock racket store C L Dudley farming Imple ments Collins Crane farming Im plements Larry Andrews undertaker and furniture Heathlnjrton Kack ley dry fod1r E H Kenner hardware DM TIlson farm machinery TimesDemocrat and Gazette The loss will approximate 75000 with very little insurance A 20000 Damage Suit New ensile Ky Sept 2Joseph Hosj Ins as administrator of his son Leonard Hoskins has brought suit In the Henry circuit court against the L N Railroad Cofor 20000 dam ages on account of the killing of the son by a train In Louisvlllo last NO- vember Fancy Price For Export Steers Mt Sterling Ky Sept 2C C Mc Donald purchased for Swartzchlld Sulzberger of New York 302 export steers from George G and J CHamll ton at a fancy figure The cattle will weigh 1500 pounds find the aggregate price is 27500 Startling Mortality mortalityfromprevent and cure these awful diseases DrKingsof 14 Custom House Place says They have no ual forConsti pation and Biliousness 25 cents at C J Haydons druggist PublicI SATURDAYSSEPTEM Ett 16 On the above date beginning at 10 oclock on the premises we willoffer for sale our farm known as the Calvjn Shewmaker farm containing 175 acres more or less situated onE mile from Mackville between the Springfield and Texas turnpikes This farm is inn high state of cultivation about i forty acres being cultivated this year Good dwelling and outbuildings good tobacco barn and well watered TERMS One two and three years with good security and notes bearing six per cent interest GAL SlIEMAKER AND OTIjlERfi S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer Mules tor SaleL As administratrix of the estate of SaturdaySeptember m at thp court house door in the town of Springfield Ky sell to the highest and best bidder a pair of well PermsIA SMALL PACKAGE But Wonderful as a Means of Comfort in Your Home Nearly everyone Is familiar with the old saying that rood things come In small packages How true and appropriate this old saying Is of Part ampll First Aid to the Injured There Is really more comfort and relief in one ounce bottle of Paracamph than a pint of old fashioned lotions liniments salves etc The Nestling and relieviflg propertied of Pauacainpli for all manner of aches sores and paths ire so remark able that within throe years time It has become Americas most popular hour hold remedy Paracaniijii lsn clrti safe remedy contains no morphine opium cocaine or other poisonous drugs for which reason lit Is safe for every member of tttefaiiiily from the baby to grandfatmiv Tfmir home is not complete withoiu a bottle of Para camph In the nu lieu chest If you have never Used Pjiracaiuph take home a bottle today and try it for any ache or pain that you may bare from head to foot Dont h sttate If it falls to give relief and do exactly what we claim for it take the bottle back to your druggist and get your money Paracamph is a mothers best friend because it saves her worry pain mId moifey Dont wait until you get hurt and have an ache or pain to purchase a bottle of Paracamph Take It home today so yon will have It in ease of an drugtJiKy U S A EEeEiF V IfTe m T IT T nfim n KIfn m k SFEEaEEF EEEEEE a That tick on time can be bought at Graves at a low price Also a H nice line of jewelry i Kave your T jjj eyes tested and glasses fitted u Call and see him I w w 3 3 EWORK6 Ii iv fHEED T 1JasT n Ii W MGraves Ii TWit II w i EEEE A Meatj Market WHERE YOU CAN BUY TUBt ST- F Every day in tie year Phone us your orders and they will receive our prompt attention Ice Youcantkeepcool without ice Bring us your beef hides sheep hides and tallow and receive the highest market price for same We are con stantly in the market for good beeves FTCOXC0SUa- SCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Frederickstownhas Springfieldwheat and two No 1 good mares Clarkson Haydon have for sale 500 Ulli Si 3g gSSi 2hgJ JSa fell i i Public Sale l THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 21 jOn the above date beginning atlOaoclock I will offer for sale my farm of acres located seven and onehalf miles from Springfield near pike This eightroomdwelling acresbottom madelandr At same time and place I will sell 12 head of 1200pound cattle 10 head yearling cattle 4 cotes and calves 2 60headbucks 1 black mare and colt 1 bay mare 1 black horse seven years old bayhorsehave been broken and will work any twohorsefarmingimplements somchayonebuggyfurniture Terms made nown on day of sale F M SHEWMAKER a Public Sale l TUESDAY Y SEPTEMBER 12 At my farm three miles from Fred Springfieldsale to the highest bidder the follow ing property Four or five heads young cattle two nice mare colts some implementshousehoJd cash4Onwithgoodsecurity FARM FOR SALEAt the same time pnd place I will offer my farm of 130 acres for sale Plenty of stock water and water for domestic purposes Good house barn etc Will sell on reasonable terms but if no sale is made farm will be rented 41 FRED M HILL IN THE DISTRICT COURT Of THE UNITED STATES FOR WESTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY In the matter of Thomas M Badgett a bankrupt On this 5th day of July A D 1905 on considering the of the aforesaid bankrupt 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 D 1905 before said Court at Louisville ih said district at 10 oclock in the forenoon or as near noticeIitors and other persons in interest may appear at said place and show cause if any they have why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted a Witness the Honorable Wal saidSEALreo disftrict1905 AG RONALD Clerk CALL FOR ELECTION STATE OF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyFiscalThis day came Cosby Catlett and filed a petition with twenty legal voters of the Hendren Precinct No 5 of Washington Countyand moved the Court to hold an the next regular No vember election 1905 to take the vote in said precinct whether or not stock shall bet allowed to nUt at large on the public highways in said precinct a ma of the justices being present and unanimously voting allowingsaid ele tion tobe held It is therefore ordered that the Sheriff and officers of said election will open and Shave placedon their ballots whether op not stock shall publichighwayCopy Attest W F BOOKER clerk In compliance with the above order given from the Washington County Fis caI Court I hereby notify the voters of Washingtonon the next regular November election day 1905 for the purpose of voting in precinct as to whether or not stock shall run at large on the public high way in said Hendren Precinct No5BYRON CROAKS S W C PUBLIC SALE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 On the above date we will sell at Lit = sey Ky beginning at one oclock p m our farm containing 100 acres of land situated onehalf mile from Lit sey Ky to the highest and best bidder This form contains 70 acres of bottom land and 30 acres of hill land is wellI watered and onethird tobacco land A desirable place as it has a new frame dwelling and good tobacco barn We will also sell 1 pair mules 1 suckling mule colt cows and calves sows and pigs 1 good old hickory twohorse wagon Terms made known on day of sale E J Pinkston R M Thompson Kentucky fair Dates daysHendersonFalmouth September2T4 days QW nshoro October 105 days 1 DK MILES tiaPq Pilla m+ r7rGadyj 1 Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills Cure Headache x Almost instantly and leave no bad effects They also relieve eyother pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sci AguePalesdown pains Indigestion Dizzin s5OJNervousness and Sleeplessness ft l All Pain is PainNPain is sure to follow anyr strain or weakening influence upon the nerves It may be overexertion heat intensementaleffor4 colds in digestion or any cause that depresses excites or agitates the nerves So sensitive are they that the least pressure or strain causes suffering By sooth ing strengthening and quieting the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills relieve the pain They are sold by druggists 250 a box under a guarantee that the first box will benefit or money Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO Elfrnart Ind KENTUCKYSBI6 AT LEXINGTON 6 6BIGDA t IN PREMIUMS 25000 PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK f AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 3 S J Hovel AttractionsMagnificent Exhibitions1 The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information Address GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Kj Special Summer Excursions f VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD ITO California Colorado And to the Lewis and Clark CentenNial Eipisttitu at uPORTLAND OREGONU AT SPECIAL REDUCED RATES Very low oneway and round trip rates to points in Mississippi and Louisiana and low roundtrip rates to points in Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California Arizonia New Mexico and Texas Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Description of Southern Lands f W HARLOW 06P A Louisville Ky tMarket BaconHams 15o Sides 12c Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 15c per pound ChlokenaHeha 8c Spring 12Kc Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to Soc per bushel Effgs lie per dozen Feathers 44o per pound Flour 2eOtoja Ginseng J780 per pound wwn Cat Hides Green 7c tote Lard 12Kc per pound Lime to 51oo per barrel Mill productsBran Loo ahlpatuff fUU pftr f100 pounds PotatoeCountrTliOcOnlonsLoo Sa1tSL and L83 per rrelT- urkeyB per pound 5VinegarWooLBurry and greasy ll4crClwat oC grease tub waseed9dc- Coiatry sorghum4k to foe t Goose loospelca VafQD4a 0