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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f It nnDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY f I YQLWMEI SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 l NUMIEI 42 IPEOPLE ICAN SEE ioReason For Voting Against Democratic y Nominees 5They Are the Men Who Have Paid Off Washington County s Indebtedness NO ROOM FOR COMPLAINT Below we print the name and address x f each member of the Democratic County Campaign Committee A meet ing of the committee will be held in Springfield next Saturday afternoon Reports from every section of the coun ty are to the effect that the party is in excellent shape and while there is a strong irobability that the Republicans will refuse to nominate candidates the indications point to a complete Demo cratic vote The taxpayers can see no reason for a change of officials just at this time as the men who are now the Democratic nominees for county offices tare the Same men who have brought x the county out of debt and reduced the taxation The financial condition of Washington county could hardly be bet ter and when the voter the taxpay ing votergives the matter sober thought he wig realize that in casting at votes against the men who have brought about this state of affairs he will be doing that which will be against owninterestThe compose the campaign committeesJoe Frederickstow- nJ J N Shffhan MauL Tad Cheatham Willis burg R7 Fl NO1Samuel i Hale WOlisburg W T Mitchell Antioch Ed Masters Mackville R FDNoL iRibhard Ishiit Mackville C F Bosley banon R F D No 3 BB Leachman Springfield ILIF TX No3 kC Kimball J W Tucker L A Burns Springfield J R Gore chairman T Scott Mates treasurer J W Bush secretary Stroke of Paralysis Marion Falcon Bishop John Lancaster Spalding who has been with his sister Mrs Kate Spalding for the past two months received a slight stroke of paralysis Monday afternoon and his physicians and his family were hurriedly summoned to his bedside his at tendants believing that he was dying Soon Dr R C McChord arrived and after skillful medical aid the Bishop rallied and regained consciousness This being his third stroke and knowing his feeble condition his relatives were greatly alarmed and news went over 4 the city that the Bishop was dying which created considerable excitement Be is now very much improved and no fears are entertained as to the outcome of his recent spelt Wednesday many telegrams were received from different parts of the countryjby the local press correspondents and the relatives in quiring about the Bishops condition Lebanon Mans Terrible Deed Falcon A telegram was received here just before noon Wednesday that Jack Thompson hadshot and killed his wife and fatherinlaw at his home r t r Evergreen Ala The tragedy occurred about 6 oclock shortly after they had arisen and no reason can be assigned other than it is the belief of his and friends here that he committed th act in a fit of lunacy he having recently r showed signs of a deranged mind Mr Thompson is a son of Mr J J Thomp wIn BellJe Cooper and during the past eight years has resided with his fatherinlaw at Evergreen to which place he mov from Lebanon He has a family o three children and recently one of his boys was killed by falling from a tree Great loss of life and proEeM was caused throughout Italy by earthquake shocks s William Colletto and his two children were suffocated in a New York tenement fire A Building Boom That Springfield is just now enjoying g a building boom is evident to anyone who takes a stroll over town On Grundy avenue four new residences are in course of construction one of which that of Mr W F Grigsby has been completed and is now occupied by Mr Grigsby Others who are building nice residences on this streetal Messrs T D Tapp tafe Wells andVW D McElroy Alt these houses are being rapidly pushed to completion and in all probability will be ready for occupancy by January 1 On Virginia avenue Mr 0 F Wharton is having erected a handsome twostory residence which will be completed at an early date and will add greatly to the new street Several others have purchased lots on Virginia avenue and will build in the early spring Judge Thurman having his residence moved from his farm to Covington avenue The house which is a large one will be divided and remodeled in a manner so as to make two houses and will be rented Mr W L McClelland has purchased lot of Mr E S Mae4r Jr on Main street near the graded schQQ1Quildingand has begun making brick preparatory to erecting a handsome dwelling on the site Church Members Fined Lebanon Enterprise Judge Thomas heard the troubles of the warring factions in the African Baptist church last Saturday afternoon and concluded an admonition to the belligerants that they must get along amicably in the future and stay out of court was sufficient for thecae so he fined the opposing lead ers Dave Scott and John Hughes 10 each and suspended the judgment pend ing their future good behavior SELLS r BIRDS HAS A RICH REPAST IN A BIRD STORE A Big Python Creates Consternation Among Canaries in an Atlantic City Establishment Atlantic City A python ten feet long caused great excitement In the store of a bird fancier on Atlantic ev enue when it escaped from its cage and started to enjoy a rare dinner of imported canaries ia few rabbits a squirrel an done prize Boston bull c Pup The snake had been recently De ceived from South America and was to be shown in the store on the board onatlwasvivors including several dogs par rots and the like The snake was observed through the windows leisurely enjoying its third canary while the body of a rabbit squeezed almost out of recognition was lying In one cor ner of the window Farther in the store a prize Boston bull pup was on Its back A great crowd gathered in front of the window to watch the ork of devastation The snake finished the canary and started on a tour of inspectiontAn employe of the store arrived as the snake was carrying on a flirtation with a pretty and much excited pea cock Seizing a bag and pushing forward the cage from which the snake had escaped the young man finally succeeded in throwing the bag over the snakes head and twisting it around Its neck Then came a battle between man and reptile The spec tators offered odds of 5 to 1 on the snake but after a long struggle it was forced Into its cage Auction of Bridal Hosiery English IndThe railway depot here waS the scene of an auction out of the ordinary A young bridal couple had been put off a train for falling to dressedeand intelligent After a conference the young man tpok off n fancy vest and offered to sell it at auction Itdld no bring much The young woman then produced a new paIr of fine shoes and five pairs of silk stockings and offer d them Jar sale A crowd soon gathered and there was a good deal of rivalrfto secure the hose if enoughfmoney young woman said she would sell every stitch of her clothing before she would The salt marsh mosquito at New Or leans is declared to be a more bother some plague than the fever itself aside fromXthe fatality involvedISubscribe for ANOTHER ROUTE rOR SPRINGFIELD When Established Over 400 People will Be In Touch with It Col H G Rising special agent of the Rural Delivery Service was here Friday ahd he ad Postmaster Waters went over the proposed new route which will probably be established out of Springfield If this route is established it will necessitate a complete change in Route No2 Commencing at Springfield Route No 2 will follow the Bardstown pike to Frederickstown thence to McIntire thence into Spring field as now in operation The proposed route or No5 commencing at Springfield will go by way of the county road to the old Elizabethtown road to Mrs W F Blandfords corner thence by county road to a point in St Rose arid Lebanon pike to the old toll house thence north by said pike to the Smith Mill pike thence by said pike to Springfield If this route is establishedand the indications are that it will beit will put the southwestern part of the county under a complete system of rural free delivery No2 will follow the Bards CARDWELL rMr and Mrs Ai M Tatum and Mrs M A Perkins visited at S H Gardners Sunday Mr N B Royalty was a visitor at W H Litterals Saturday- S H Gardner has sold his stlreand property consisting of twenty acres of land to J Moberly for 1500 cash Mr Moberly has sent for his son Eras tus who is in Illinois to come and ruri the store Possession December 1 Mr Cyrus Graham iirin Lexington for a short visit to his daughters Miss Lillie Willham visited Miss Van Jnetta rown of Duncan a part of last weekF Mr Robert Noel of Iowa is at Mr W L Grahams Miss Nancy Royalty of Kirkwood is visiting her cousi- Miss Hester Newby this week Mr Charley Prhkston while hauling tobacco Fridays touched his horse with the whip and caused him to break his leg above the bock Rev Mason who has been holding a meeting at Freedom for a week was called to Rockbridce to preach the funeral of Mrs Larken Dean last Saturday Stock Sales W L Graham to E G Holliday a steer at 31 cents Sam Simms of Cor nishville to W L Graham six head of yearlings at prices ranging from 2J to 3 cents H J BroWn to W L Graham horse 70W M Foster to HJBrown bunch of sheep private sale Doc Shewmaker tto Perkins g Brown threeyearold mare 85 Robert Buster to B Brown mare 65 W H Lit teral three hogs weight 650 pounds at 6 cents Winter is coming Subscribe for They town pike to the St Rose and Loretto pike thence with saidpike to Cecilville thence by the county road to a point on the Bardstown pike near J S McIn tires place thencewith said pike to Clements bridge thence via Almshouse to McIntire postoffice thence by county road to turnpike near Blincoepostoffice thence by said pike south to Gasburg thence by St Rose and Loretto pike to schoolhouse near Louis Sansburys but No 2 will remain in operation as it now exists until No 5 is established at which time the changes noted above will be made in No 2 We are informed that there are two gates on the proposed new route which must be removed or replaced with automatic gates The Department will not consider the establishment of the new route until this obstacle is removed and the Fiscal court should take steps at once to have this matter adjusted When this obstruction is removed it is very likely that the route will be established Sun and have something interesting to read during the long nights News is scarce but we will try and write a few items countyotSome sermons at Mt Freedom withtlarge crowds present Mr Thomas Moberly and family and E G Holliday and family visited Wil liam Moore and family Sunday Mr Wesley Royalty and wife spent Saturday night at the home of Luddie JenkinsA crowd was in attendance at the association at Glens creek Thurs day and Friday Mr Will Moore entertained a numb r of his friends last Saturday night A large crowd was present THREE JURORS CURED Of Cholera Morbus With One Small Bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy 3 Mr G W Fowle of Hightower Ala relates an experience he had while serv ing on a petit jury in a murder case at Edwardsville county seat of Clebourne county Alabama He says While there I ate some fresh meat andsome souse meat and it gave me cholera mor bus in a very severe form waS never more 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 arrhoea Remedy 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 werd afflicted in the same manner and one small bottle cured the three of us For sale by C J Haydon druggist Mrs Maggie Kohn dommitted suicide after brooding over her own infidelity The next reunion of the G A R will be held in Minneapolis Ii T THE ROSS H FEEDCUTTER H All Sizes All Kinds This is the best cutter on the market decidedly the best safe durable and rapid Now that this isthe season for such machinery I want the people to examine this cutter before buying elsewhere EVERY MA CHINE IS GUARANTEED DO YOU WANT A IUQQY r DO YOU WANT A IOOD ORE at a low price I am prepared to furnish info you one that will give you satisfaction i J B ROBERTSON Ky Springfields Just For run Last Saturday week a gang of young toughs came to town filled themselves with whisky and left about dark going put the Mackville pike They indulged In all sorts of profanity and amused themselves by now and then taking a shpt at nothing just to remind the peaceful citizens along the way that they were very much alive When the party reached Mr C L Bradys place about a mile from town some one in the party sammed a large new white steel gate with sufficient force to break the lever then went their way rejoicing For this and similar acts of destruction and deviltry there appears to be no redress unless the guilty ones could be identified and arrested Mr Brady says that if the party will only repair the damage done to the gate he could in a measure overlook the fun they enjoyed Death of Mrs Raley Mrs Florence Raley of Louisville who had been visiting at the home of Dr Deboe near town died there last Friday morning of sceptic poison and heart disease Mrs Raley formerly resided at Texas this county but moved Louisville about ten years ago where she had since resided Deceasedwas about thirtytwo years of age She was a woman of pretty character and has numbers of friends in Washington county who will be shocked to learn of her death She leaves a husband and fro little boys who have the sympathy in the loss of wife and mother Mrs Raley was a member of the Chris tian alliance Herremains were buried in Lebanon last Saturday afternoon IT WAS HIS DUTY A MAINE SHERWF REPLEVINS A BEAR Thought It Rather an Unusual Piece oL Professional wqrJito Be Asked of Him Bangor Me Deputy Sheriff Mark Huson of Presque Isle had an unusual piece of professional work the other daA man coming in from Portage lake early last spring caught a pair of young bear cubs which he sold to Wil liam L Fields who lives on the north bank of the Aroostook river about two miles above Washburn village They soon became strongly attached to Mr afternoon In June Mr Fields left home shutting the cubs in the house They tecame restless and the female succeeded in climbing through an open window She saw a man at work on the opposite side of the river and swam across The man savthe cub coming and caught her as she came from the water The little animal appeared so friendly that the man started to his home in Mapleton bearing the cub in his arms A week later he came to Presque Isle looking for Judge George H Smith whose reputation as a lover of pets is widely known Unfortunately the judge was absent and the man then tried to sell the cub to Charles FJ Dag gett as anall around useful animal to protect his lawn from young baseball players and dogs Mr Daggett how over declined In the meantime Mr Fields had learned of the whereabouts of his little pet As life had been made miserable for him because of the cries of the other cub MrJ Fields sought out his pet but the new owner would not con sent even to show te animal Then Mr Fields hurried over to Caribou and got a writ of replevin Coming back to Washburn he telegraphed to Huson to come to his assistance telling him of his writ of replevin Huson was on hand at the appointed time and together they went to the mans house where Mr Fields recovered his missing pet without a struKle The sheriff thinks it is the only ce1n record of replevying a bear The Modern NoveL Anthony Hope in a recent speech in LOndon in comparing the classic with the modern novel said that looking at the models of the modern school of nov els what struck him most was the ten dency toward more conscious philos ophy a greater effort to work philoso phy into a story- Curedfof Lame Back After 15 t Years of Suffering HI had been troubled with lame back for fifteen and I found a com pletirecovery in the use of Chamber lainsPain says John G Bher Gillam Ind This liniment is also with out an equal for sprains and bruises It is for sale byC J l aydon druggist Subscribe for The Sun too year as LITTLEI FOLKS Will Have Fair Annu ally Their Meeting Last Saturday a Great Success f RECEIPTS OVER EII1TY IILURS The ChildrensTair given at the Fair Grounds at this place last Saturday Was a success in every particular At least 1000 people were in attendance many of them being older peoplewho also seemed to enjoy the day as much as the little boys and girls and we doubt very much whether the children of Springfield and those of the country who attended ever spenta day in which they found more real enjoyment The Childrens Fair will now be a permanent organization and the indi cations are that it will grow to be a great big little fair The gate receipts on last Saturday amounted to over 80 and after all expenses were paid a balance of 60 was left in the treasury This was placed in the bank and will be used next yar in making more complete arrangements Jb Mrs C C McChord who first con ceived the idea of giving the chiHrsa a fair intended at first to have theme rmeet in her yard but owing to the ilJ ness of a neighbor she applied to the Fair Company for the grounds The success of the meeting far exceeded the expectations of all and it is due to this that a permanent organization wsa madeMrs McChord informs The Sun that she has already commenced to plan for next years fair and that quite a num ber of new features will be introduced Premiums wfll be offeredTrext year for the pest dressed doll and the best fancy work by little girls Following are the rings and the names of those to whom premiums were awardedI IBest cow any age Albert Kim balL 2Best calf under one year Bob Parrot 3Best colt under one year Albert KimbalL 4Best saddle horse John McChord 5Best bicycle rider Jimmie Cox 6Best boy rider A R Shultzl 7Best girl rider Louis Hayden 8Best stick horse riders Sarah Smock and VanArsdale Noe 9Best turnout Frank Peters iO Dog for harness Stith Noe first Grundy Mayes second 11 Best roadster A R ShuJtz 12Best decorated pony cart Margaret McChord MaChord14Handsomest colored baby Myrtle StarkstoBest harness pony A R Shultz 16 Worst turnout Russell and Car penter 37 Saddle pony Joe Hundley 18 Sack race Berry first Boblitt second19Best double team Charles Hay don JudgesMisses Alice and Clay Mcr Elroy Messrs Lynn Bush and WilL ONanofSpringfieldandJoeHundleyof The following are the officers of the Downing Robertson fVice President A R Shultz fSecretaryDudley Robertson TreasurerRobert Maps- DirectorsIva Roberts Booker Robertson Ray Thurman Robert Shultz Charles Mayes Mrs C C McChori Mrs A R Shultz The Colonels Waterk GroyeTexasLiver and Kidney trouble In a recent letter he saystel was nearly dead of these complaints and although I triM my family doctor he did me no gowlj greMElectricconsider them the best medicine oil ICQtJwknowguaranteed to cure Dyspepsia BiEwtt HaydonM Witte the Russian peace envoy declares the two greatest countries w the world are America and Russia because theyproduce men and aatriay Alonza A Lewis of hii1JIItw allllilKiJ f 0 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNES AY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 HOOK IS PRETT- YWOMANSPASTIMf mss HAYS IS NOT AFRAID OF A BRAWNY FIST DONS THE GLOVES DAILY Physically She Is a Match for Jeffries and Puts HOlt Talents to UseAn Indiana Product Inafew York womans club at Ni West Fortythird street Miss Catherine Hayes and a earring master box at least six rounds every day When he is absent Miss Sabol John son a ISOpound athlete is the only pugilist in the club who can last for even three rounds against the club champion t Miss Hayes has proven herself more than a match for the average male athlete in a fiveround boutShe weighs 264 pounds not one PQ which is superfluous flesh undoOf feet U inches in h6rstckiD holwereAs a girl she attended the Convent of St Johns at Indianapolis Ind Where she began to play basketball and before she left the institution she was captain for two years One day at an athletic carnival which the boys of a nearby school were having the rompinritafmboy saw the boysrun jump tx and wrestle The girls ha no sooner riached their own grounds than Catherine suggested that they have a similar performance She excelled the others and soo her records were considered extraordinary The sisters still marvel at her performances the results of which are tables on the old walls Withina year she covered the 100 yards in IS seconds could Jump five feet high and outbox any girl in tim institution IidatolOOdaccounLjSie t HE BOXES WITH THE CLEVER XESS OF A TRAXXEB PUGU19T c0Ueb their fare he stepped oa fill foot In tea et apologizing lie made an insulting remVQuick as aiUh HerfitsOOt straight for the ruffians eye and he was sent sprawling Arte that be re znained on the platform sullen and silent but looking for no more sue- punishment The dubs instructor who vfetehs 1d1 pounds looks like a stripuh when sparring with her Even clever footwork does not save him times from the rushes of this woman She lacks only one inch of James J Jeffries six feet of height His nock measures IT A inches hers 15 Her lestticontracted measures inch more than Jeffries 421kwhen normal an inch and a naif snore his 43 Inches and when 49 InchesI chamIvlonshis 35 She weighs 49 pounds more than he does Her biceps measures 15 Inches one inch less than the Call fcmians and her arm 28 as com pared with Jeffries 304 Taking into consideration the fact that she Is exceptional active quick on her feet strong and a clever boxer It would probably be impossible to find a woman who Is her match When asked how she came to taJte up such strenuous exercise as ia pastime Miss Hayes replied In school I was always active and my health was good As became older I felt the need of exercise Iliad liked boxing so I took It up It has benefited me greatly and this was so apparent that I have induced various of m women friends to learn how to us lhe gloves On all sides are signs that point the fact that New York women a beginning to realize the benefits of taking part in sports that were formerly conside risd as being distinctly within the province of men Neither basketball nor hockey are now sidered one whit too strenuous for t athletic woman XyingDown Dance One of the attractions at the Palace theater London is a dance In which eight girls take part lying fiat on the backs and goipg through the motions a dance with their feet cs t Peace At Portsmouth I t William Jennings Bryan In Commoner u iA peace is of the nature of a conquest for there both parties nobly are subdued and neither party loser The demonstrations in tire town of PortSmouthwhen it was announced that terms of peace had been agreed upon but reflected the sentiments felt throughout civilization Men are turn ing from the spirit of war As on the sea of Gallilee the Christ is whisp ering peace II there is growing in the hearts of men the conviction that wars must cease that arbitration must replace force and the wish is enter tained as the hope seems justified that the time is soon when the bugles will sound thetruceof God to the whole world forever The results of the Portsmouth con ference are creditable to all parti i responsibmtI few men believed could be Japan showed great obtainedI yielding jjje hotly contested demnity dut Japan will profit by her generosity indeed she is already re conedby men all nations and in the prestige she has won by showing herself foremost in powerulnin war And last butt by no means least Theodore Rooseve It President the United States is ntitled to ffie grateful thanks of the American people for the conspicuous par he played in bringing order outbf chaos He is en thejAmericansuccessful efforts to secure peace be ctedlcredit i v Be Up And Doing Harrodsburg Democrat Brother the world is lo o k in g for men who can do something Do something That is the keynoter It is all right to knowledgeIs those things enable you to turn out results they are not what the virile business word of today is searching eagerly after Dreams do not tunnel mountains poetic flights do not bridge chasms promises do not turn the factory wheels Brain must have brawn thisJcompetition to secure highgrade was never keener in the worlds No sooner does a man make lThe as a doer of things these days the employers begin to bid 5pr And they go high top It is said that a dozen hired men in this Union receive more than 100000 per year for their capacity to turn out effective results that scores ire pad as much as 50000 hundreds a fnuch 525000 and a host average more than 10000 Yes these are the topnotchers Bfit they began at the bottom rThey did mh fluence but by practical demonstra tions of their creative force It was a lang road they traveled a rough road erantof earnest toil endeavor mol q mmorable by far than soft dalliance and mediocrity You might have done the same had you triad You may do the same if you try The word is wait ing for your effort anxious to reward it if it bean earnest honest effort Young man do not delay Boys start at once Not so much mattbr what you do as howyou do it A Louis ville man made a plow somewhat better beIws poor s There is more in it for you and far more for the good of humanity READ THISi H a nki sville Kyt June 7 m01Dr- E W Hall St Lout Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Winder Halls Great Discovery for thr anyhaveremedy tf superior merits Most re spectfully IJTHOMAS DiARMISTEAD WonderreOne small bottle of the Texas Won der Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis heumatishe m and bfadder 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 cur Manufacturerof for testimonial Sold by all druggists m of the men of all nations who have learned that peace rather th nvar concord rather than Iturmoil justice rather than force provide the substan andImakeWe need not expect that the nations will disband their armies at once we need not expect that all questions will bo taken before the court of arbitration but we have reason to believe that the light of a better day is dawn ing and that we are about to enter willlIand the crown of victo y bo awarded not to the nation that has the largest theIcontributes the most to the welfare of the world IThon Elijah was fleeing fn m the wrath of the wicked Jexebol slay bev lieved all the prophetrto have been slain the Lord commanded him to stand upon the mountain and as he stood there a mighty wind swept by him and rent the rocks asunder but God was not in the windand after the wind came an earthquake but God vas theIthje fire and after the fits a still small AndIcreasing number standingelan the heights are coming to believe that God theiin the armies that shake the earth with- their tread or in the fire of musketry but in the still small voice of justice that issues from tribjunals like that in stituted at The Hague or ih the spirit that marked the concluding hours of- the conference at Portsmouth Lives Saved By Lightning i A remarkable story tia told by the LeSeur Minn correspondent for the correspondentIBlake Township in this county and wcrtImanner woreonheir way home from town drl mgatoom of powerful horses when the animals ranoulndbarkeq at The horses sprang forward swiftly and when Mr Vard men attempted to rein them in both tines broke leaving him without any control over the team The animnfe realized this at once and ran at high speed down the road The bridge is washed out at the Remison farm and the road fenced off at thor first corner this side to make travelers drive around the other Avayr bn t the runaway team paid no attention to the barrier They smaslnWl through the light obstruction and rushed along headed directly tKe ock thirtyfoot gully that fo erly had been spanned by the bridge Mr Yardman attempted to creep 0 on the tongue of the wagon and thus wasjand the children who clung to him so closely in a paroxysm af fear that he TheThcguIJahead arid the endangered fa mil seemed to have but a fejv more seconds marvelousI 1ofheavens Jlicshcsening peals of thunder and just as t ragged chasm seemed yawning at their very feet a glittering lance of ale c jtricity shot doVwi from the clouds and pierce lthc running horses through and through I lJl instantly fell dead their bodies along the roadi far as their owrPmomcntumand that the wagon would carry them and then came to a stop within ten feet of the edge of the ravine Some persons who were not faraway and who were looking on at the time ran at once to give what aid they could They found t Vardmans all lying senseless in tIhe recoverYardmans horses were insure- against lightning in a St Paul insurance company and the company has offered to pay him the loss which 250 but he will not accept the mono holding that in so doing he would showing the rankest ingratitude the wonderfulescape of himself as family sStartling Mortality mortalityfromprevent and cure these awful diseases there is just one reliable remedy Ur Kings New Life Pills Chicagpo i gaition and iliousnessVV 25 cents at Haydons druggist y r f t tp A Great Economic Problem i National Hardware Bulletin This nation is face to face with great eco nomic questions one of the greatest of which is the centralization of capital in commercial and industrial enterprises Otherwise stated shall the American nation consist ofa few or many individual dealers ForIhave sacrificed pleasures iind comforts during a period of twenty to thirty years The farm is now yours It is paid for clear of all encumbrance The old mortgage has been liftedlMore than that you have a comfortable house find well Constructed barns and buildings and goon neighbors You expected to1 make it your home for the remainder of your life Just when you think that you have every capitalistiway section of the country and has agent buy up 10000 ucre around you Your old neighbors art inveigled selling out They must move away The capitalist who has purchased you neighbors farms wants yours You decline to soil and he makes it unpleas ant for you Your okl neighbors are gone There Mn np longer need of the town whore yet have done your trading We submit tl e question Which is better for yon a communityof furthers under old conditi nsor the new rend tion with yourse f adobe neighbor 7 of the 10000acrs farm Which is bet er for your old neighbors Which is better for the nation One mailorder house in Chicago re ceived in a single lay onefifth of the entire business mail of that city alsecatalugut 5Ut000000 you can plainly see that the distribution of merchandise is centering rapidly in a few hands How long at this rate will it be until prices on merchandise will be marked up and marked down just as oil is If you patronize mailorder houses you are fostering monopoly by build ing up tile large catalogue house Every order you send away to r mail order house contributes a share to the success of monopoly IT7hile s go hungry for patronage 10Ito e farms The countryd n6t need ten mon strous mailorder houBos to do all the business p marIWhat is the responsibility of the cite I zen who helps to d jvelppa monopoly Is he contributing to theBtabiljty an- l erpetuity of the Republic A Lost JBaby An exchange says The people of Barretts Parry a village in Ohio county were In a higb state of excite disappearanceI Coppagear Pastorito milk the cows ud Ieftthe child in returnihome no trace of the childcould be found A close search was then made netbrhboers oneIAbout the hour of midnight a farmers thectchilYd h uneasyusthe t described birt11of the dog disappeared with the little child The overjoyed thheriver found her soundly sleeping The dog also gave evidence of joy in finding the lost child The mother had changed her place of milking and the child being unable i lind her wan 15dared about in an ilidrrjcted search for toofsleep The child was over a from home when found Shooting Affray heKentucky Standard Jamie Allen and Colic Hinkle the liveryman engaged in an altercation at the latters stable last toda was him he grew angry and mudt a remark that was resented by a blow from pistolYbefact Bystanders interfered and the affairda his trial Mpnday Allen was held over to Circuit court on a bond of 200 which was readily furnished For Sale I have a lot of office fixtures and surgical instruments which I desire to sell Low price Also a soda fountain and a horse and buggy DR S J SMOCK k m w 1 H YOUR WINTER i C O A LI 7 r I Now isthe time to give us your ordev You know we handteJhe best goodsI HrVVVVV r The Farmer etccompleL Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Bairn Wagons- are the best They have tood the test of time thev have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If yc u need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwopd Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine arunninIU r too at a time when 4bngingU Worryi11 McClure Wells 1 Ky ee i titltl iiitt IZIZA Springfield Roller Mills Ii t It Pride of Washington i i zdorT- h I above brands of flour sold by all Springfield grocers TW W Springfield Roller Mills Z 411 n i ii iiii ii mi mi ii ii QOQ QQQQ Q o t Clubbing Rates ioi 0 O lFOR 0 I rt 1905- i li 1 1 0 O THE SUN and jIL I Yott will Save 1KrRy selecting yourCt doInf a matter from The ClubaO bingHst I Springfield I Ij4iiizi IQQQeQQQQQQggqQQQOO SPRINGFIELD g Math pa s Jiers 1 yr Bryans Commoner l75 Q iOUWeekly 150trr 1ro 175SemiWeeklySt Louis Globe 175ThriceaWeek fAmericanBreeders Gazette orCountry Gentleman 200and Fireside 135 tFarm Field and Fireside 175 tELipScribners Magazine 400 175HarPers 0 35Sunny Ire a Springfield s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 J 05JSchool Books AT Haydons Drug Store Below you will find the cost and exchange price of the books of the State adoption Retail Exchange Price Pnce- The Modern Pronouncing Speller h 012 006 05McGuffeys10McGuffeys11McGuffeys06Rays12Rays20NaturalLongs New Language Exercises Part I t12 06 y 08Longs12HarveysMaxwell Smiths Writing in EnglisfjL OSi 65 32 27NewElectric Primary History of ff S40 20 35Kinkeadsy 22Rationalf CASHDo not ask credit for schooP books you- will be refused POSITIVELYY NO BOOKS SWILL BE CHARGED C1 J Haydon a ooooaaa a aS THE FIRST a D f National Bank o 0 n F SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY iJ 1A CAPITAL 50000 tS Surplus and Undivided Profits 25000 i- Ja 0a OFFICERS R L Litsey Presdent 0- n John W Lewis Vice President A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Asst shierRE Foster Bookkeeper DIRECTORS D B L latsey J W Lewis a SidnetJireen F JL Campbell HM Grundy i- Ja JnoA Polin e 0tit We grant every favSrcotisistent with safe banking If you have D 5 not already an account with this D O bank we invite your patronage o- OOOOOOOOOOOOQ SEE ii R A Nalley THE UPTODATE BAKBER When you want a clean shave a or firstclass haircut EVERYTHING CLEAN Shop in Searcy Building eOOOOOOoooaooq HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers and Embalmers J r Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full line of Burial Robes and Caskets We are Fully Equipped IItwill be our earnest endeavor to show the people every kidness aoaoo aaaa aa Realty Bargains 1 13o acre nicely improved excellent farm in two miles of Harrodsburg 77 196 acres fine Washington county splendid improvements at 60 200 acres Mercer county walnut land fine at 65 312 acres Mercer county splendid 200 acres tobacco land at62120 acres hemp land in Smiles Harrodsburgon Lexington 75 acres nice near Harrodsburg- on pike at 60166 acres Mercer county good land near Railroad Sta tion at 42171 acres nice farm improved aiBardstown Junction 4000 countyvillage xchangeforidence at Bondville Mercer county only store fine trading point 2500 And many other properties Write me If you wish to buy or sell Bed Estate Agency HarrodsburgsKy J a Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Kentucky J C Ensor plaintiff EquityEmmaBy virtue of a judgnentand order of sale of the Washington Court rendered at theFeb term thereof 1905 in the abovestyled cause I shall pro ceed to offer for sale at the Courthouse door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25 thereaboutbeingIbest bidder at public auction upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit A tract of fiftytwo acres of land nearIJohnTIiomJrestby Mrs T C Mudd Good dwelling and outhouses wellwatered and fenced For thepjpehasa price the purchaser or approved security nKlegaLpaid and having the force and Effect of 3 judgment Bidders will be required to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M CW CC OOODOOOOOOOOOccoo 0 YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials comingofronpeople who have been cured or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market aboutpne year and the 1426 come as result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All Dru 0f DRJ Wf THQJM Hodgenville Ky 0000000000000OoaDOo ti0r3 0rl0a0- OwHI1 ESCream Vermifuge THE GUARANTEED WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC EWAMC or uIT THE GENUINE 9Y Ballad = Snow Liniment Co MOFoe FOR AN ARMISTICE Japanese Commissioner With a TobLinevitch Goclzyndani Manchuria Sept 11 At 1 oclock Saturday afternoon a Jap anese commissioner bearing a white flag aiId escorted by 50 soldiers ar rived at a post near the railway and handed to the Russian officers who went to meet him a letter from Field Marshal Oyama toGen Linevitch congratulating him on the conclusion of peace and begging him to appoint Rus sian plenipotentiaries to arrange an armistice Field Marshal Oyama appointed Gen Tukushima as plenipoten tiary for his side the letter announc ing and he suggested Chakhedza as the meeting place Gunshu Pass Manchuria Sept 11 Since news was received that peace negotiations at Portsmouth were ap preaching a conclusion aj press cone spondent has made a survey of all the Russian positions from Mongolia to headquarters the object Inpart being to ascertain the extent to which the efforts making for peace were viewed by the army The recelv ed no official recognition in the field prior to their successful conclusion the army keeping in a state of preparedness for a batte until the receipt by Glen Linevitch of a telegram from Emperor Nicholas declaring that the treaty had been signed and that his majesty accepted the conditions arrived at This telegram was officially published in the army newspaper on September 6 and the outlines of the peace conditions were printed In the same publication Saturday Russian Soldiers Celebrated t The ofiicg s thereafter observed mil itary decorum In the strictest sense but the soldiers with the consent of the officers engaged In feasting and other forms of celebration It will be a week more before the entire army Is fully Informed of the conclusion of peace but the news was discounted long age by the prevailing conviction that since the appointment of the plen ipotentiaries peace was a foregone conclusion It may be said that to the great majority of the officers and men so far Informed of the news that the war Is at an end Is most wel come Thousands are dally drinking to the health of President Roosevelt The correspondent who is the only remain Ing foreign newspaperman with the Russian army was everywhere asked by the men If he was an American and on being answered In the affirma tire they captured h4m and tossed him many times In the aiij4after the manner of the Cossacks while their officers gently protested against the seemingly questionable form of their admirationEverywhere along the railway where newspapers could be obtained the soldiers eagerly scanned the news and then expressed their Joy by sing lag which they continued late Into the night at Intervals cheering for President Roosevelt A PET CAT Bit Through the Tongue of a Little Girl Who Caressed It 4 Lexington Ky4 Sept 9While ca ressing a pet cat Lucille Hudson the threeyearold daughter of Col Ernst Hudson was bitten thrpugh the tongue by the animal which became infuriated during the play Last Christmas day Lucille was Injured by the acci dental discharge of a revolver In the hands of her grandfather ABSCESS Louis Ropers Browning Well Known Baseball Player Expires Louisville Ky Sept llLoulll Rogers Browning better known to the baseball world as Pete Browning lulttnghis head Browning was 45 years old and a contemporary of Comiskey Dan Hrouthern Toni Ramsey and others For several years ho led all profes slonal ball players as a batter anti his eccentricities made him ramous wher ever baseball was played Sonic months ago Drowning was declared In sane and removed to an asylum but the physicians at the institution found that his apparent dementia was the result of the abscess pressing on his brain and he was released STRIKERS Confer With Officers of Newport Foun dry To jso Avail = Newport Ky Sept 9 Picketing Frtlay at the CoOperative Newport foundry where the molders helpers are on strike was more vigilant than ever Every one who approaches the plant Is scrutinized Friday the mold era helpers held a conference with President Bauman and Foreman Mercer but the meeting was without avail It was hoped at the conference to reacts a co lent Bau man wanted the mentawa t until Tuesday when it was hoped that a settlement could be reached This the striker refused to do TIe men demand an increase in wages front f9 to 10 per week ir 2500 Subscribed Harrodsburg Herald The tobacco growers of Mercer county met Monday and subscribed for 1100 worth of stock in the Burley Growers Company which completes the allotment of 2500 for this county They had to raise 250000 in the thirty four Bujleygrowing coun ties Ifall the other counties have done as well as Mercer then the com pany will be organized at once It will be known within the next few whether it is a go or not If it daysI organized you will see that this fall the Continental agents and emissaries will be coming around and saying that there is an overproduction and that the wet weather has caused the tobacco to be coarse and fibrous and that it is not worthas much had it been more sea sonable Judge Hughes Glover Kyle and Glave Goddard are the men whcr secured enough stock to complete the subscription RUSSIAN ENVOYS Spend Sunday In Wash ington City Washington Sept 11lrTltJand Baron Rosen the Russian peace plenipotentiaries accompanied by five members of the formers suite spent Sunday In Washington They arrived here at an early hour in the morning and spent the entire day visiting the historic points In and about the city and left again late In the afternoon for New York from which place Mr Witte will tail for Hamburg While here they were In charge of Acting Secretary Loomis of the state department and Maj Charies McCawley of the marine corps who atTthe special request of the president acted as their escorts to the various places visited Beginning at the white house the party In turn went to the Russian em bassy the capitol the congressional library Mt Vernon Arlington and Rock Creek park As he left for Net York Mr Witte expressed to I Loomis his keen appreciation of the pleasure which his brief stay In the America capital had given him It had been be said very Interesting and very Instructive and he had been well repaid for the trip The unique char acter of Washington In that it was made up largely of government build ings and private residences Impressed him very much and he frequently made reference to the many beautiful parks At the white house the party was escorted throigh the various pub lic portions At Washingtons Tomb From the congressional library the visitors went to ML Vernon going first to the navy yard where about noon they boarded the naval tug Sir en The party arrived atfit Vernon at 1 oclock and spent an hour and a half going through the mansion and about the grounds A feature of the stay there was the planting of a fine healthy ash tree on a commanding site on the terrace In iron of the mansion overlooking the water Mr Witte and Baron Rosen each ha dIed the spade In fllling the ground aWit the root of the tree after It bad been planted and the former asked thatf when it attain ed a growth some branches of It be sent to him for transplanting It oflthrough the courtesy pf the ladies the Mt Vernon Regents association that the buildings were open anti Mr Witte asked that his thanks be sent to them Just before the train left for New York the Italian ambassador Baron Mayor des Planches came to the sta tion arid held a few mqments conver sation with Mr Witte The presence of Mr Witte and his party In Washington was not generally known though as they rode through the city he was recognized by numbers of people Mr Witte mani fested a great deal of Interest In the children that he saw and whenever they alighted from their automobiles he always shook hands and smiled with persons who were standing- aboutKANEKO The Distinguished Japanese Visited President Roosevelt Oyster flay L L Sept li Baron Kaneko the specla1 commercial envoy of Japan to the United Stales spent three hours with President Roosevelt Throughout the recent pence negotiations Baron Kaneko maintained the closest relations with the president acting aslhtenuedlary between the Japanese government and Baron Ko mura and the president It can be said that Baron Komura trusted him as he trusted nobody else After luncheon the president and Baron Ka neko rambled through the woods for over two hours returning to the presi dents house In time to reach the vile lage for the 502 train to New York Incredible Brutality It would have been incredible bru tality if Chas F Lemberger of Syracuse N Y had not done the best he boyhee so I applied BucklensArnica Salve whiertnyicky healed it and saved his eye dx for burns and ulcers too Only 25 cents at Haydons drug store Subscribe for The Sun LOa year T SS m r1t titw willu Nothing But Oak Tanned Le sifter In lhirtWrk We will make you a new set or repair your old harness 4 tHAYDON BARBER I + + + titLt rT ii Eteizi IZI ii When Dewey Cried The following story of Admiral Dewey is told by one of the sailors on the Ra leigh and printed by the Kansas City Journal Just before the battle of Man illa when the order was given to strip for action the smallest powder boy on the flagship dropped his coat overboard He asked permission to jump after it but was refused He went to the side of the ship dropped overboard recov ered his coat and was promptly arrested for disobedince Admiral Dewey spoke kindly to the youngster who broke down and sat3 that the coat container his mothers picture which he had jus kissed and he could not bear toPsee it lost Deweys eyes filled with tears He fairly embraced the boy and ordered him released saying Boys who lov their mothers enough to risk their live for her picture can not be kept in iron in this fleet s A BANK Mrs Alice Rice the Authoress Will Start a Bank In Louisville Louisville Ky Sept liMfss Alice Hegan Rice author of Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch while not altogether forsaking literary pursuits ha made her debut in the commercial world by organizing here a new national bank with a capital stock of 250000 Asociated with her in the enterprise are her husband Care Young Rice W O Head and L M Rice all of whom are well known in this city About half of the capital stock has been subscribed It is un derstood that Mrs Rice is the largest stockholder The expectation is that the details of the organization will be completed this week A Remedy Without a Peer HI find Chamberlains Stomachand Liver Tablets more beneficial than another remedy I ever used for stomach- trouble says J P Klote of Edina Mo For any disorder of the stomach biliousness or constipation these Tablets are without a peer For sale by C J Haydon druggist = DEC1IES r TO I- On REDUCTIONs Duties On American Goods Does the Emperor of Russia Oyster Bay L L Sept UAt d conference between President goose felt and the Russian peace envoys Ir Witte by direction of the emperor of Russia presented the following communicationSome ago In cOnsequence of misunderstanding in the Interpreta ion of the most favored nation clause here was established in Russia on several articles of American Tproduc ion customs dutleson a higherscale ban those levied on the same artcles when imported from other sour tries His majesty the emperor of Rus sia has commanded me to Inform the president of the United States that ha has been pleased to order the discontinuance of the levying of such higher duties on American products In order that henceforth the American manu facturers should pay the same duties as Importers from other countries Horses Burned r Harrodsburg Herald The barn on Mrs Maggie Currys farm on Salt river burned Tuesday night Mr W J Hanna has he farm rented and Mr James HoucTunsVcrePPSp on the place Two good work horses belonging to the latter were burned Mr Houchins also lost a quantity of oats andother grain that was stored in the building A number of farming imple ments jointly owned byMessrs Hanna=f 1 and Houchins were burned The barn was insured for 350 It is not Known how the fire originated ISecretaryTafts party has left Manila Public Sale t Of 1 Personal Property Thursday Sept1 28 Having sold my farm I will on the above date beginning at 9 oclock am offer for sale to the highest bidder at the farm known as the Thomas G Ham ilton farm five and onehalf mIles tom Springfield on the Bardstown and Turnpike the following personal property LIVE STOCKf- Six eows and calves 3 fat heifers 3 fat cows 5 yearling steers 1 three yearoldPolled Angus bull 1 fiveyearold harness mare extra good 1 brood mare 1 black mare in foal to jack 1 roan work horse seven years old 2 extra good farm geldings 1 aged mule 14 extra good native ewes 1 Southdown buck l sow and 9 shoats 1 white sow and 8 shoats 1 spotted sow and7 shoats 1 sow and 9 pigs 14 hogs to feed f FARMING IMPLEMENTSi itrOne spring wagon 1 disc harrow good as new 1 new Kentucky wheat drill 2 A harrows 2 good breaking plows 1 twohorse cultivator 4 double shovels 2 single shovels l pnehorse rouder 1 sled 1 tworow marker 1 mower 2 hay rakes lot of farm harness 1 good grind stone good new scald box corn sheller fanning mill scythe and cradle 1 hay frame 1 frame lifter 1 cutting box 1 crosscut saw 1 seed sower 1 cornc- rusherMISCELLANEOUS J Lot of 2i ft boards lot of 2 ft boards lot of sawed shingles lot of blue ash frame lumber 212 feet sill lumber 1 gravel bed 1 cider mill lot of pure apple vinegar lot of home made soap lot of old tobacco 100 bushels wheat lot window sash set of buggy harness lot of doubletrees jand singletrees four corn planters lot of old sacks 1 log chain of shovels hoes picks etc lot of carpenters tools consisting of saws squares braces and bits 1 work bench and too numerous to mention Terms made known on day of sale sLLAuctioneer rWC HAMILTON JJfI x t 1f rJwirj r 1i7t rTI rr 4 r 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 SHOES The Gossett Shoe Makes Lifes Walk Easy Prices 300 1TO I and Hats Rain Coats 150 to 5 Coats 10 to 25 Mens and Pretty lice of Fine Shirts Just T LEACH L SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday 23 1905 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J OGERSGORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Ky for transmission through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Six Months 50 Three ilontSa f3T In writing to haveyonr address changed always give the postomce to which your paper going as wen as the postomce to you wish it sent DEMOCRATIC Tt5KET I COCSTT JUOOEB L Utile S3layeiCouaTSBEPBESESTATIVE W D Claybrooke San wr J S Oslxrarne BupEHijerEXDEjcT or J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett ASSMMOR T P OBryan W T Mitchell DeputyCORONER 31 Montgomery The physician who advises a fellow lot to worry and take pepsin after each meal then sends i him a dun is a blamed poor phil t A woman out in Kansas Is suing her husband for a divorce halt of the corn crop and twothirds of tbQ The Campbellsville Enquirer In telling of a pet buzzard which has taken up its abode in Camp says He seems perfectly contented as is the case with everything that comes to our city Now this may be true rtlje pet buzzard may love jCampbellsville with a surprising but we would be willing tb wager a press that it could find much more real enjoy anent in a dead dog b TtTtFALL AND WINTERSTYLES Let me talk to you a little white about that suit of clothes you will have to buy this fan Come in and look at my samples get my prices and will take your order EVERTHING MUST FIT AND PLEASE YOU Hawes Hats stiff soft 300 IPioneer soft 100 to 200 Gravapette Rnbbers Overcoats Received W MAN TJTITTT September Springfield osopher pumpkins bellsville fondness printing GRANDFATHER I have just returned from the grave of my grandfather Dr Jjhn V Gore t at Hodgenville Ky his death having occurred there ast Saturday evening He was in his eightyfifth year To me he was a great man great because hevas good be cause since mv earliest recollections he had been kind to me because he enjoyed my companionship hreat toile because he loved me lean not recall a single time that he spoke harshly to me or when he reproved me in any other than a gentle manner nor do I remember a single instance Tin which I proved disobe dientrtoward him Thus it was that each of us acquired a true uninterrupted friendship for the other And because of these thingc I have in inemorvs sjtore house many beautiful recollections of him who waved his hair to the world and went to be witfi the God he J ved I remember him during my childhoodmore as a playmate than as an aged manasone who obe ed the dictates born of the childnature as one who endeavored even to his utnt stTto make the world laugh for nib to bring the roses into my life to takeaway the thistlesV I was with him for one week during his illness His suffering was intense Gladly would so mpch did I love himhave placed my body into the clutches of his disease to have given him intervals of rest But when the end drew near the suffering was less and just before closing his eyes for the eternal repose his face became bright and murmur ing in broken accents the words of an old song his soul passed from its tenement ofclay as beautifully as a stream of starlight through the evening skies J R G Russia was in an unsually sad predicament until she GOT Witte Every town has a flaw hunter and he is usually found in company with the loafer The souvenir supplement of the Marion Falcon issued last weeK is a thing of beauty and it will doubtless be a joy to the people of Lebanon and Marion county for many years to cOme Mr M F Hetheringtpn the editor did some excellent work ar d he and Mr iThornbury rare tc be con gratulated HILLSBORO Some farmers havebeena little un easy about their tobacco cop fearing frost Miss Eva Inman and Ba lard Settle made a flying trip to Sprin field Satur byMisslPearlMr John Hines of near Valley Hill attended the singing at this place Sun 1Theplace Sun dayMr Hugh Leachman of Litsey ate tended the singing here Sunday Misses Hattie Settle Lula Pinkston and Olive Sutton of Brooksville at tended the singing here Sunday Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Josh In man Miss Mayme Merritt spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives at Willis burgMr Sabe Coulter moved into the house with his cfather Mn J A Coul ter MondayIMr Louis Clark and family visited relatives near Willisburg Saturday and SundayAs e singing school has closed and there is nothing to interfere Sunday school Will begin Sunday and is urged to attend and help all they can Mrs L S Dean died at her home on Thursday the 7th instant after a lingering illness She leaves a husband three children and a brother besides other relatives and friends to mourn her sad death She was fortysix years of age and a member of the Baptist church She was a good woman and was Joved by all who knew her Her re mains 4yere interred in the Rockbridge cemetery Saturday We extend our sympathy to the bereaved ones MT ZION Mrs Mattie Neale of Fairfield spent friengsIChaplin Fork spent last Saturday with RussellI spent last week with her sister Mrs Sue Williams ICHitonTaylor left Tuesday to enter a fMrs Neale and daughter Claudia relatives at Smithville the first of the week iMiss Blanche Bonta is visiting her cousin Miss Rilla Russell at Vanars daliV Miss Fee Cokendolpher has begun teaching music at the home of Mrs Emma Neale Mr Durland Pinkston accompanied by Ed Riley of Stringtown visited at the home of Mr Bailey Pinkston Sun Wednesdav day Co11egeIShehan of Maud and Irene Riser and Leary Were the charming guests of Miss SallieiMae Williams at Maple Hill f Miss Lizzie Sutherlandentertained last Saturday night in onor of her birthday Quite a number of her friends were present and all report a good time OAK GROVE News is scarce but I will try and jot down a few items Farmers in this section are about through cutting tobacco They are well pleased with the crop which is a fine one- James Patterson and W T Phillips were in Springfield Saturday on busi nessIRumor says there is be a wedding in ourneighborhood soon Mrs Mag Cocanougher and Miss Ollie SheWmaker visite ther sister Mrs James Patterson lust Friday Mr Green Kidwell and daughters of Valley Hill and Miss Ophelia Simpson of Springfield visited at the home of W T Phillips last week The Baptist Association was largely attended at Bethlehem last Tuesday and Wednesday Elvian Perkins visited relatives hero last week Mr and Mrs W T Phillips visited JW Perkins and family last Sunday Miss Etta Phillips of Jenkinsville is visitingTelatives here She has made many friends here and we will regret to see her return home irk Bettie Patterson and son Tom ware in Springfield last week James Simpson visited relatives JL thisPlace Saturday night an r5umta The Japanese plenipoteri have divideI among the e fy 1iHi iIII i BOYS AND GIRLSrr We know you are glad the school days are here again Now if you want to make us glad canon Ius when you are In need oVSchool Shoes AND oseryl 1and1 It I J 1i I FREE fi a w A large size tablet and pencil FREE with eac h 1 purchase of our SPECIAL VALUE SCHOOL HOSE for 10 days at 20c a PAIR This hose will wear- rr equal to any 25c1tose on the market If for a boy call for Lot No 23 If for a girl call for Lot No 20kt They are the same quality only the boys areas heavier rib This is undoubtedly the BES T i z SCHOOL HOSE IN THE WORLD FOR TilE MONEY 1 We Aso Have A Nice Line of lOc Hose t We Carry a Full Stock OJ the Mothers Friend Boys Shirtwaists They are Made Right and Fit Perfect Price SOc G5c and 75c if r We handle the S4 K Clothes for Boys They are the best and cost very little more thanthe inferior WITHqEACH SUIT You line extra knee pants here that wont rip ROBERTSON BROTHERS I IIMOORESVILLE Walker Chesser lost a valuable mare one day last week Cause of death un known Messrs Davis and Ben Crow have arrived from Illinois We understand Ben will locate near Polin Davis will return to Illinois in about two weeks Mr Richard Smith purchased of Mr A W Eddleman at Booker a house anti two acres of ground for Mr John Gammon 200IJesse Mann a tract of land fifty acres known as the Gabe Nail l tract for 650 Well the telephone poles have been distributed here so it wont be long until we will have communication with our neighbors both far and near Mr Ike Lynch has rentedrfrom Her bert Eddleman his house and lot ini Mooresville until January 15 1906I Mr Will Faulkner from Botland has moved to a tenant house on W S Goodes farm Several from here attended the sale of Frank Yancey at Polin last Satur day All of the early tobacco has been cut and housed and now corn cutting is theorder of the day Two car loads of coal were shipped to J N Hays at Booker last veek New Hope church is receiving repairs this week Miss Ardie WalJ and brother Tony visited Miss Mattie Yates and brother ast Saturday and Sunday Miss Lucy A Moore and neice Miss Nancy Moose and Mrs Thomas Sweeney visited Mrs W Or Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy last Wednesday Miss Lelia Wall visited Miss Annie Well at Midway last Saturdayand SundayMrs James Wall and daughter Miss Lelia ant Mrs Maggie Lydanne and daughter Sue Hill visited Mrs Peyton Briggs at Polin last Thursday Mrs Flora Ruby still continues the guest of her sister Mrs Etta Crume Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie visited Mrs Edd Boblitt Springfield last SaturdayV atI Miss Fairy Lydanne is visiting sister Mrs Mary Eddleman at A horse threw Mr James Weekley and bruised him onsiderably MOW to Clean Wan Paper A simple wgy to clean tct yalljwper o ingnu inient which has become dirty Is to lightly wipe It down with old flannel new flannel will not do If the ijSlper is not stained but only dirty this method will serve the purpose without further labor Subscribe for The Sun 100 year I IPLEASANT HILL IMr and Tits Lucas of Middlesboro the latters par nts last week Bettie 1 Satterly spent Tuesday IMrs mother Mrs Sarah Burkhead was the guest of her sister Wednesday 1bIr and Mil Merrill Pinkston and Mr Richard Ftokston and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr G W Shir ley Cleo Dannis visited his grandparents at this place Sunday The Tatham Springs Hb tel having closed for the eas nMrs Wornajl will ndth e winter with relatives and frie7ids uuCalifornia Most of the farmers of this commu nity are busy cutting their tobacco There is a good demand for a thresh ling machine roundhere just now as the farmers have considerable wheat to be threshedy Miss Addie Keeling entertained a nightJohnour community Saturday night Mr J S Royalty is building a new stock barn Our school is progressing nicely under the management of Miss Emma Hyatt- A protracted meeting will be held at the Tatham Springs Baptist church the first of October Oscar Shirley and Misses JapPa Bar nett and Opha Blackattended church at nightSeveral the funeralof Mrs Dean of Hdlsboro Mrs Dean was well krown in this community She was a kind affectionate helpthoseextends condolence Kentucky Fair Dates daySIFalmouth daysOctoberr Owpnsborn it iie A WORD I r I WELLEOEWe I besides quinine and a to- eII lu 1such bitter things Donrt think we are most happy when you are sick Of course if1 you must b e sick we sh o u Id like to sell you your medicines and fill your prescriptions but we have a thousand and onethings that you need beside g jn edicines Come i n- and see w hj t we have for the f or tan dfo nvenience of the omIRed + Drug StoreISM- OCKTHESUM t I PER YEJU t t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905Sift i 1tthey are seen by the ladies they will agree with me that the line is one ofjhe handsomest eves shown in Springfield + Skirts Belts and Neckwear I have a full line of the abo goodsa11 the latest + styles You are invited to call at you earliest convehiericfe A and see my line r fMrs Kate Williams + W Local News Notes FOR RENTA on East Main btiiJdingJ1after in house Apply to DrJ M Burton If you have anything out of repair dont forget G B Taylor opposite The Sun office Mr Mire Hanrahan who has the contract for macadamizing Covington and Virginia avenges is getting along nicely with his work and hopes if the weather continues favorable to coin plete the work by December 1 f1 One of the finest anP prettiest vehicles sold here this seasOn was a Moyer runabout recently sold to Mr Ben Simms by J B Robertson On next Sunday morning Rev W H Williams of the Baptist churchwill preach on Heavenly Recognition c Luther A Burns has an advertisement in this issue offering his onehalf interest in the butcher business of F T Cox Co for sale I want a Shepherd pupmale Will give one years subscription to The Springfield Sun for one G A BENEDICT Mr U G Scrogham has opened a blacksmith shop on the Perryville pike onehalf mile from town He invites his friends to call and see him when in need of work in his line I Mr William Wilmott an aged citizen of Lebanon died at his home at that place last Wednesday of flux If King Corn WilC only do half as much in price per bushel as he did i yield per acre this season the farmers will have money as well asi corncobs to burn FOR SALEAbout 6000 tpbacco sticks at 6 per thousand J F Pettus Mr John H Moore sold two Jersey cows last Mondayone to J C Mann for 50 and the other toG A Goatley for 55 LoSTAUD K E fraternity pin between Fair Grounds and Springfield Reward if returned to Sun office A game of ball between the Spring BloomfieldtIsecond nine at the latter last Fri tlofpart of Springfield won the game for Bloomfield RailI Chairman McChord of the State road Commission has called a m of the commission for September etingJ investigate the alleged excessive f J rates on some of the roads in Ken tucky In speaking of the matter the j Marion Falcon says The session will be one of the most important thelboard has held since the adoption tl Mc Chord law and will go far to set at res the complaints which have sprung u in various quarters of the State The United States crop epohfci rapidly wasIto leaf in the barn The crop is reported up to the average in most locali ble1rompjants and some damage from house burning Mr R B Cregor who lives in the Texas neighborhood has an old ewe that no one would buyin fact w considered worthlessbut she foole- em by producing three fine limbs last spring which Mr Cregor sold lately at 4 each A game baseball between Lebanon and Stanford last week resulted in a score of 9to 8 in favor of Stanford The improvements beingl made in the sidewalks of rSpriritrfield will not only improve the appearance of the town but will be of much help to all of us in our daily walks The last rose of summer will last but a short time longer and the water melon will soon Igo dry but with the passing of these veryenjoyable things we also lose some of lifes aggrava tions =the ilea the fly the cockroach the mosquito the baseball rooter and much excessive perspiration Call and see my 4hcent Calicoes and ThomasnMr F F Mudd lost a very fine jack colt last Seek Mr Mudd does not know the cause of the animals death as it died during the night A protracted meeting is being conducted at the Willisburg Qhristian church by Elders Young and Lo wen County Clerk Booker has issued marriage s licenses to the following since our last issue Mr C R Hinton and Mrs Mary Spalding Mr Robert Carrier and Miss Mattie Pirtle The series of meetings which have been in progress at the Presbyterian closeIIgelist is an able speaker and his ser theIHamilton Brothers shoes and new Fall Goods of every description and best prices at P J Thomas i I TTtT2LTJT- TI A BUSINESS I FOR I SALEI desire to sell my onehalf interest in the F T Cox Co butcherusiness I find it necessary to devote my entire time to my farm and for this reason I desire to sell Th business Is one of the best in town and for the amount of capital invested I believe I am safe in saying it pays more money than any other one business house in Springfield My reasons for selling are as stated above Address me at Springfield Ky LUTHER ABURNSgs N f 1eI Personal Notes I tt Visitors hand Out of TowrtA 0 Round Up of the Weeks 3 Cf Personal News tt g8gaaeoooIOOenoI Mr McClain is quite ill of typhoid fever Miss Craycrof of Meade county who has been quite ill at the home of Mr Chas Mclntirc is much improved Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati this week MondayforMr Edwin Wood of BardstoVbu was here the first of the week gherMr and Mrs H P McChord were tin Lebanon Sunday Mr P R Bright was in Lebanon Sunday 11Irs J W Kelly is visiting in St Kan this week Hillsvisited Miss Jennie McCabe last week Miss Bertha HaS don has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs T A Spalding at Bardstown fAiiss Hallie Hustoii of Maud visited her aunt Mrs H D Stiles near town a few days last week CampbeHsvillelaSt Lebanonde Miss Mattie McElroyof Lebanon visited at the home of Judge I H Thurman last week UnionfOfriends Thursdayforherself for a trained nurse She will enter Gray Street Infirmary Misses Katherine Russell aijd Eliza InLebarDr J H Lampton was in Louis yule last week on business Mr Wood Young and daughter Miss Nannie were in Lebanon last Saturday and SundayI Mrs J f Louisville IS daughterI1IissLou Mrs Settle and Miss l Louise delightfully entertained Mrs Peak of Friday eve Ining in their lovely country home at Booker Mr W P Cheatham and daughter of Willisburg were in The Sun office last Friday being on their way home from Louisville where they had been to have Miss Cheathams eyes treated Mr C F Hickerson of near Mack villeleft for Mount Sterling Ill last Thursday where hewilI visit his brothEr AL G Leachmanjs at Hot Springs where he has been for several days under treatment His friends are very much in hopes that he will return home much benefi tted QJr=Hon W D Claybrooke left this morning for Chicago on business Mr and Mrs J R Claybrooke are in Louisville where Mr Claybrooke has gone to consult a physician He haS been in ill health for some time Prof C T Cunningham left Mon day for Clinton S C to resume his position as professor of languages in the college at that place IMrs JE Carrico of Howards weekIMrs Garland Thompson has returned to her home jn Louisville after a visit 6f several weeks with relatives here Miss Bertha Tong who has been visiting relatives in Meade county has returned home Mr Harrison Nally of Samuels is here on business Miss Elise Durrett who has been quite ill of typhoid fever at the home of her sister Mrs M W Hyatt is im proving Mr Oscar Curry has accepted a position with the dry goods firm of Grundy Mclntire Raymond McLean has been quite ill for several days but he is now thought to be improving Mrs G C Wharton who has been visiting her brother Mr R CCray croft at Cincinnati has returned home Mr and Mrs A H Robertson of Bardstown visited relatives here last week Miss Margaret Russell of Bards town spent Sunday with her parents here MrG D Duncan has returned from Cincinnati where he went on business Misses Madge Johnson and Rebecca JI I Fall Goods Arriving V T IfOur immense line of fall goods is now being received and we desire even itif this early date to extend an invitation to the people of Washington county to call In and texamine it j fit 1 It Wall Interest Men and 1 1 Women Alike I tOur line of mens and boys clothing is the prettiest and we have ever shown I t I Extra nice line of Ladies Stocks ui Batte burg and Silk Fiber tEffects Air uptodate handsome iirie of toadies Lace CollarsI IIour g some unusually pretty patternsall T the latest shades Our shipments of outing Cloth was very large andvve are prepared to tgive the trade some bargains in the class of goods Grundy 7 1 III Mcln1ireI i i w wMcElroy of Lebanon were in town Saturday Mr W C McChord was in Camp bellsville on business last week Mr John McChord Jr of Leba = non spent several days with friends here last week Mrs E N Hundley and soh of Lebanon attended the childrens fails here Saturday Miss Aileen Mann of Bardstown was in iqwjSaturday Little Sarah Litsey of Lebanon visited her grandmother Mrs W E Selecman last weekIMrs T B Blanford who has been visiting her mother and sisters at this place for several weeks has returned to her home at Straight Creek Ky Mr Jack W Thompson of Indianapolis Ind visited relatives here last weekMr Charles McChord of Lebanon was here Saturday jIr ne was to Frederickstown last week by the illness of his brother Miss Mary Dohoney of Lebanon is visiting friends here Miss Bettie Deboe is visiting friends in Louisville this week Miss Mollie Dorsey of Bardstown visited here the first of the week Miss Lillie Anderson of Danville is the guest of friends here Miss Emma headman wKo was called here by the death of her sister Mrs Railey has returned home Hon C C McChord was in Lex ington the first of the week Miss Nancy Spalding and Miss Rankin of Lebanon are guests of Miss Flora Mudd Mrs Kate Williams returned last week from Cincinnati and Chicago where she had been buying her fall millinery Mr H B Kelly of Lebanon wa amidshipmanat home on a furlough Mrs Carl McKnight and son Nic McDowell McKnight of New York and Mrs Nick McDowell of Danville spent a few days here last week with relatives and friends Harry Hansbrough of Sheffield Ala who was formerly connected with The Sun is here on a visit tohis sister Mrs Rogers Gore Mrs Evan Rogers is rapidly recov ering and her friends hope to see her out in a few days s ClelIlmdby Mrs D B Cleavers class at Leba non last week The prizes were awarded to Misses Frances Cecilia Spalding Elizabeth Burns Susie EIWatheri and Nannie Evalyn Spalding Mr G E Medley returned Monday from French Lick where he spent j several days Mr Medley who has been suffering for several weeks from butIhMr Richard H Mullican who has been here for several weeks recuperat ling from a severe attack of stomach trouble has returned to Frankfort where he will resume his duties as guard Mr Andrew Ferrell also a guardat the Frankfort penitentiary and who has been ill of typhoid fever a infewi Judge Selecman and son Will left last Saturday for Mackanac Mich where they will spend about ten days They took with them a supply of fishhooks ani two spools of Clarks 1afewWe are informed by County Clerk Booker that Judge Selecman was not aware that snakes are unknown in Michigan at this season and that he took a supply of Kentucky Snake Cure He willof course have no use for this and it is expected that he Washington Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for sin the Springfield Postofiice for the week ending September 13 Miss Lela Mpurer Charley Marks berry Albert Meek AtiiieMontgomery Maggike e Spalding Margaret Sweitzer Vernia ttielWard Dressmakings The home dressmaker will find that a few little tricks of the trade are jt marvelous aid In making up and alter ing clothes There Is always a right way and a wrong way of doing even the simplest bit of dressmaking Herer area few right ways Make the under part of a sleeve double so that It can be darned as this part wears out sooner than the upperAlways shrink a new braid before sewing to a skirt otherwise the botr tom of the skirt will become puckered the first time of wearing In a shower of rain In shortening a skirt pattern always fqkl a pleat across the middle of the pattern never shorten from the toy or bottom of the skirt or the shape will be spoiled Home dressmakers who have diffi culty in pressing curved seams will find a rolling pin a very good pressing board if a clean cloth be wrapped around it 1When putting steel or whalebone bodice bend them slightly af the waist before putting Into casing You will find the bodice fit to the fig ure much better When using a sewing machine the best way to finish off neatly and firmly Is to turn the work round and work bark again a short way so that the stitches will be double When putting ou a collar make neck of bodice or blouse slightly smaller thin base of collar band and notch bodice here and there while putting collar ou By so doing you avoid wrinkles When cutting out sleeves to avoid the disaster of cutting both for the game arm fold the material either face to face or back to back Place pattern on It andcut both together A proper pair Is bound to be the result New York American Strikes Hidden Rocks theyhidden gethelpfor Consumption J W McKinnon or Ihadder the care of two doctors but was takeDrdose gave relief and one bottle cured me Sure cure for sore throat bron chitis coughs and colds Guaranteed at C J Haydons drug store Price 50 cents an Trial bottle free A Corydon Ind boys arm was torn from the socket at the shoulder by machinery Tailoring T OpeningTHUR- SDAY FRIDA Y AND SA TURD A Y Of THIS WEEK Mr tlawkinsrepresenting the L E Hayes do Co Tailoring establishment of Gncmnati wiftfce OVERCOATS Grundy Mclnttre Springfield z ir THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 Y t LAUGH iAnd The With World You Laughs 1 + + Nol Surprised Here Is another case of a man who lived for months with a bullet In his brain Yes answered Miss Cayenne after glancing over some of the popular summer novels I have concluded that itdoes not make much difference what people get into their heads Washington atar The briefs of Genius your latest production was a poem worth reading said the flattering friendYes answered the ambitious young literary man 4But after seeing the check sent by the publisher I have concluded that it wasnt worth writing Washington Start Recipe Failed 1Little appropriate gifts from time tp ttlme will draw 3 ur husband nearer to 4No husband a box of cigars and 1 they didnt draw thate all Cleveland Leader A Rind Deception She is always thinking of her hus Wads comfort and peace of mind said one woman Yes answered the other every evening just before he comes home she Puts the thermometer in the ice chest for a few minutes =Washington Star Regarding Phyllis She hath a dimple In her chin All hedged about with kisses I And Cupid lies Intrenched therein A wee Sharp hOOt1ng manikin Who very seldom misses I Philadelphia Press THE LOVERS TWIST AngelinaEdwin uncuddle at once before papa sees us Edwin Im afraid there isnt time to do it my dear 1 College Grammar Father said a small boy is It Improper to use the word taint Yes my son And it is especially improper if you are at the head of a college that is hoping for some rich Mians money Washington Star A Tiresome Question And what are you going to be when you grow to manhood little boy Im goin to be a slugger an mash all th old Idiots who keep askin me What Im going to beCleveland Plain Dealer y A Matter o Money Kitty Why did you izrry such a runt BettyI had tc choose between a tall man w o was short and a small man who was longCleveland Leader Proof of Her Love Does she really love him Does she Why shes letting him teach her how to swim although he doesnt know how and she does Town Topics A Day s Doings in Kentucky KENTUCKY CROPS commissioner of Agriculture Makes Monthly Report Frankfort Ky Sept 7Commit- ionerof Agriculture Vreelands month y mop report just issued states that rhe corn crop is full and the yteld of wheat per acre is a Itttle belo yan average for the state Oats an rye ire above the average The tobacco rop Is aso a good Some damage done by worms and someof ito low wet lands suffered for proper cultiva Lion A usual amount has been house ed for the time of year and cutting is progressing rapidly Some complaint of house burn of the early cutting The hay crop Is full average In jiuaiJL tity bU some damaged from too Hl imolsturfe at time of harvesting Corn prospect for full crop 101 Wheat yield per acre in bushels 11 goats per cent of crop compared wltti last year 89 yield per acre In bushels 26 rye yield per acre In bushels 1JJ tobacco burley unsold per cent 14 GETS A LIFE SENTENCED Wonfan Confessed That She killed Her Three Babes Paducah Ky Sept 7TCircuit jjudge Wm Reed has sentenced to life imprisonment Mrs Mary BrqckwelJ who murdered her three children by poi soning She confessed at the last April term and later moved for a new hear- Ing to plead insanity but her lawyer Vednesday decided to let her go to the penitentiary After Judge Reed fin ished she said It is too long a term He replied that the jury fixed and he could not change the sen lIt FRANTIC MOTHER SheV Running After Her Child When the Train Killed It Llmeville Ky Sept 7With his mothers hand outstretched to grasp his little skirts little Richard Tingley dashed in front of a Chesapeake Ohio freight train near here and was so terrlDly Injured that he died with in an hour The little fellow was hurl ed from the track and his skull was fractured and his legs broken He was taken to Russell to the Deaconess hos pital where physicans performed an operation but all to no avail r Declined the Risk Lexington Ky Sept 7 Because he is a resident of the feudridden county of Breathitt Judge J J C Back of Jackson has been refused a life in surance policy In the Mutual Life Coot New York Beecher Laswell wrote a policy for 5000 for Judge Back out the company declined the risk A Ghost Terrifies a Man Louisville Ky Sept 7 Confronted daily by the apparent ghost of his a leged victim Albert Walter accused of murdering Henry Garr lives In a state of terror at the county jail The ghost is Impersonated by Henry Garr a cousin and a double of the victim who is a turnkey at the jail vi Buying Tobacco For Italy Paducah Ky Sept 7W G Dun nlngton representing the Italian gov ernment has closed the contract here with T J Stahl fpr the purchase of this years crop of dark tobacco Mr Stahl will buy for the Italian govern ment in Paducah and McCracken coun ty about 3000000 pounds Shot and Wounded Brother Pleasurevllle Ky Sept 7Kossuth Chubb shot and seriously wounded his brother Cash Clubb The wounded man was shot three times In the back and side and is not expected to recover There had been feeling between the brdthers for the past year or more Do Not Neglect a Cold Every cold Weakens the LURes lowers the Vitality and makes the system less able to withstand each succeeding cold thus paving the way for more serious diseases CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE SUCH CHANCES PERMANENTLY Coughs Colds Sort Throat CoughtronchEVERY MOTHER SHOULD KNOW THAT BALLARDS HORE HOUND SYRUP CONTAINS NO OPIATES DOES NOT CONSTIPATE CHILDREN AND WILL POSITIVELY CURE CROUP AND WHOOPING COUGH MRti MALUf LOCKAlIfItllwalt Tax mmymi Whave 9ad B4U rd yip r tenUly for Myeral years and It always gives satisfaction When the children had Croup and Whooping Cough Italways relieved them aCoaee and I would not be wltheat It la thekeaM aaltU tile BEST MEDICINE we know of Jig lt Wr for CkiliriB Every Btttlt Guaranteed THHff SIZLit lid l d M S1H 1ALLAID SNOW LINIMENT CO ST LOUIS MO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY C J HAYDON SplnjficW Ky snot In SelfDefense Richmond Ky Sept 7John Fritz a merchant of Wlaco shot Rich ard Deatheragean 18yearold negro boy through the heart killing him in scantly Fritz and Deatherage had a disagreement over some trivial matter Fritz shot in selfdefense Charged With Robbing the Mails Richmond Ky Sept 7Doclc Ep person was arrested by the postal authorities charged with robbing the mails on rural route No 3 Complaints have been filed with the department for some time of the loss of small sums of money A Picture of carliselFrankfort Ky handsome painting of John G Carlisle was received by the Kentucky Historical society and placed in the historical rooms alongside of pictures of the former governors and aistingulshert- KentuckIans Glan era Prevalent In Louisville Jouisville Ky Sept 7Glanders has become so prevalent among the horsesin Louisville and Jefferson county that an order has been issued by the fiscal court closing public drink ink fountains for three months Sentenced For a Terrible Crime Cyifthiana Ky Sept 7JohnVha1 len a young white man of this county was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for attempting an asSault on Lelpha Mpunson a girl about 12 years old several months ago Water s For Wllllamsburg Willlamsburg Ky Sept 7r11 liamsburg is soon to have a firstclass waterworks system Surveyors have been here for the past week locating the route In the town and the site for the reservoir THE MADDEN CASE Depositions To Be Used Were Made InJexington Lexington Ky Sept 8 Depositions to be used in the divorce suit of John 1 E Madden against ills wife Anna L Madden for divorce w rt taken here at the iaw office of Mprtoe Webb Wilson Mrs Madden was not present Among the witnesses Is Mrs An na LyleBradley Barnes wife of Turf man W S Barnes who went to see Mrs Madden In New York in behalf of Madden tjohn T Shelby is Mrs Maddens local attQrney but he de clined to be present at the taking of the depositions HEADEND COLLISION One Man Was Killed and Three Others Are Missing Paducah Ky Sept 8A headend collision of freight trains Nos 151 and second 184 occurred at Obion river bridge 25 miles below Paducah in Tennessee One man was killed and three others are missing The acci dent was caused by train No 151 leav ing Obion without orders The two engines 12 cars and seven coal flats went through the bridge into the river and the main line will be blocked 24 hours KENTUCKY PAROLES Several Prisoners Let Out On Their Good Behavior Frankfort Ky Sept 8The state board of prison commissioners issued the following paroles Green Lay Boyle county sent up February 1891 for 21 years for manslaughter Stoner Valters sent up September 1903 for 12 years for manslaughter R Wyatt Fayette county sent up July 1903 for six yeas for forgery Wnv Allen Fay ette sent up January 1905 for three years for bigamy I Death oft Speed Guffey Morgantown Ky Sept SHon lorIgantownason B Guffey and was one of the leading lawyers of the Morgantown bar Physician Indicted For Murder Vanceburg Ky Sept 8The grand jury returned an indictment against Br7 Charles Beach for the willful mur der of Hiram Luman He was not present In court at the time The bond given by hiinvwas forfeited and a bench warrant was issued Declared of Unsound Mind Frankfort Ky Sept 8tls Evans aged 22 years was declared of un sound mind and taken to the Lexington asylum Evans was recently con fined in thq worknouse on a charge growing out of a difficulty with a man who refused to drink Coal Contract For Prison Awarded Frankfort Ky Sept 8The state board of prison commissioners award ed to T R Trundle of Hopkinsville the contract for supplying coal to the Frankfort penitentiary for the ensuing year for 220 per ton delivered at the institution A Reunion Day Alexandria Ky Sept 8 Thursday was reunion day at the fair here and a big crowd was In attendance The feature of the days entertainment WBE the presence of many of those who attended at the first meeting of the asso elation in 1855 Dayton Bathing Beach Assigns Dayton Ky Sept SThe Dayton bathing beach went Into the hands of a receiver and the owners named At torney Arthur Hall as assignee with power tcf dispose of the property The past season Is said to have teen I losing one 1i tr f WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORY workdonehave work done nine times out of ton you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant misropresentliisfgoottoty housedoubtlessnice in print hut dont come pup Pay your money out at home and it may tfomehacjk again but send it to one of tho big mail order houses and it will buy iken cigars for some millionaire in European home The Sun bogs to call the attention of lis subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honor alfle men When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the big mailorder house HAYDON BARBER Dealers iIn Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor t General Repair Shop Umbrella Ii Recovering a Specialty f T Irvine McEf roy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein rrBaker 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 Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Hardin Weakley Tanners and Plumbers Guttering and Roofing a Specialty Springfield A Springfield ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Shoes Etc W NOE Blacksmithing and Repairing the most prices W Hagany In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc I r W E Leachman Dealer In Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments J Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Dealers In T Dry Goods Boots and Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers In Tinware Et Ed M Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Etc SiOd You Want a Watch I Here is the way to get oneA GOOD ONE Got among your neighbors and and get 4 FOUR A ICash Yearly Subscriptions to The Springfield Sun we give the watch The timepiece is an excellent oneguaranteed to keep correct time It is an open face stemset nickel casejust as the cut in this adver tisement represents These watches are being carried by business men all over the country Every boy ought to have one to carry to school with him or to take with him when he goes out to work or to play and boy in every community in Washington County can get one if he will only devote a few hours to soliciting Write to your friends who live in other counties and other States and tell them tosend you a dollar for The Sun explaining to them that you want the watch Bringj The Sun four cash watchsubscribers THE SPRINGFIELD SUNa ILand N Railroad Tithe Table Incoming Trains Arrives at Arrives at Bardstown Arrives at Bardstown Junctn Leaves Outgoing Trains Leaves Leaves 1 Leaves Bardstown Junetn Arrives at Louisville Clothing C at reasonable C Dealer James Graves Clothing Hardware Stoves Russell Silverware friends will you stemwind Every Eouisville Bardstown Suny only No 91 825 p m 735r 650 660U ily No 42 525 L m 617 703 755II Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930 730 Suny only No 90 715 ii m 800 845 935 DailyNo t 705 p m 552 502 410 DailyINo44 120 p m 220U 410 p m 545 p m I THE SUN f PER YEAR Dr W F TrustyPr- actical DentistKENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices J All Office over Haydon Barber Dr jRESIDENT Teeth Extracted With Lout Pain A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyOffice aB LAKEk Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCK Life Fire and Accident reliableandworld Your insurance solicitedt Br J H LAMPION OFFICE In Opera House Springfield Kentucky 0 DR J C MIDI SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OmCZ c J HATDOS8 Office Hours 12 M to PM V T SCoTTMAYESri ATTYATLAW KYwill Wasbfngton sad adjoJnJnIt counties is the of Appeals and Federal CCMCCHORD Wm practice in all State and Federal Courta WD CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky win practice In the courts trf WurtoB ofAppeals W E SELECMAN WasbiUi10nand r rt H E WALTER ATTY ATLAW Springfield Kentucky Collections a speciality Will practice in the courts of Washington and ad joining counties S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield yuWillable Phone 84 IMARKS STIX 1 CINCINNATI Boots Shoes Rubbers CISI LustWar fish I- 5aJeman e c BOo9 DIRECTORY t3prinKfteldKy CAtlettstoner Croake SheriffDeputies Ed SpringfieldgU1 Trustee Jury Fund Court begs Fourth FBooketineacbmontQuarterly Court begins third Monday in each month ftrstTuXoeOther Moore Snr OBriandeputyJ u ontgomery MrrnoDisr CHURCH Kev J C Hosklnson Sundays Sunday School every Sunday at 10 L JLPrayer meeting every Wednesday night Heuue8YPastoroclock a m Services at St Rosesame hours Pastoreach month LatimerPastorand 7 p m Sunday School every Sunday at 16 avenineatBArnsr Rev Wm Harrison WII Snadaynesday eveninsr at 8 o clock NoJbt4 0Polland erL L 8atte fadTkfrd ir j 1eaq THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905 1 t I When the Betsy Came Into POIBy GEORGE ETHELBERT WALSH Ctfjright 2905 tjGnrsr EiMltn Urmlb I HERE are tile orders captain soousthe car aboard Peck wants the piuo in Boston by IhelOtb Guess youll have to get a move on the old Betsy tp fetch ui there in time Storms breiring on the coast too Lester happy go lucky cigarette fiend and incidentally shipping clerk for Peck Son New York shipown ers flipped the hill of lading across the greasy table and appropriated Captain Ezras best chair for a foot rest I understand the Betsys going out of x mmlssion continued Lestor She doesnt pay the old lian aird hes go lngto sell her Had a man down yesterday to look at her and he was to come again todayk r Th pipe went back to the trembling mouth and the teethclosed on it with a click Toull get a chance at shore Thit- ycaptalndock watchman timekeeper or something Peck senior says youre getting too old and timid to sail his shifts and the Betsys like you You dont take risks enough to suit Peck Son The old man said the other day lie believed you were afraid of a ghost of a zephyr Another captain would put the Betsy through a storm and not dodge from port 1Iiport to wait for lair weather Humph snorted Captain Ezra 4AJf lose the Betsy ah everything on boardNever mind captain There are worse positions than dock watchman or timekeeper After his exit from the smoke staln ed cabin Captain Ezra puffed awayin silence his eyes roaming around the dingy but sacred walls of his home until they blinked with watery tenderness Somehow the Betsy had become a part of him She was wife home children They had grown old togeth er in the coasting trade Her patched sails and spliced rigging strained tim bers and bulging deck seams were all risible signs of the strenuous life sire had lived on the rough Atlantic When Captain Ezra finally walked f1hisWithlJeadtrade forced him year year to increase his Indebtedness to Peck Son Hoping for the best he had negIlected to pay interest on the gages and the last one was overdue i TE CAN LOOK HER OVER now nearly a year The Betsy was his In name only The law entitled its rIghtful owners to sell the schooner over his headSAhftrlsky enough ter suit em CaTtaln Ezra mumbled to his pipe Too timid ter naVergate a rowboat Afeard of a ghost of a wind HumpU 3 guess theyd think difTrent ef they went through some of em storms with me when the Betsy was young and stanch But she aint what she used ter be an neither am L No were get tin old an rheumatic But we aint afeard of storm or anything else what any other boat can stand up in When the schooner dropped down the bay theHtonn signals were flying from the top of the Maritime Exchange and outside a stiff breeze was ruffling up the Atlantic Captain Ezra loaded light with his pine coffins sought shel ter inside of the Horseshoe until the wind could blow itself out Ha1fc dozen coastirite steamers and sailing craft kept hinl company all riding at anchor behlnd the sheltering spit of sand as safely as though moored at their dock up the bay itLate In the afternoon a small tug fussed and fumed through the sea of foam making direct for the Betsy 41 Captain Ezra stood on the after deck watching the saucy craft approaching Suddenly his bent form stiffened and he stood at attention Hello captain We want to come Aboard Give us a line The speaker was a short thickset I4 tugImap standlngLguSui bow of the Captain Ezra Insbrptly recognized the face and flgurb Jtist at that moment It br9ught no sense of pleasure to the skipper of the Betsy We wautto look over the Betsy be fore you saH paited the man as he scrambled aboard This friend of mine Is thinking of buying her Flue craft captain aint she Just the sort to run before a stiff breeze like thIs Wonder we caught you down here uAll right Mi Peck ye can Jookber over replied Captain Ezra turning his back on the two man and walking forward t Hewns employed to sail the Botsy anti not to exhibit her good points to prospective buyers Tho senior inemi hero leek Son stared hard at him a moment and their turned away Captains a little gruffer today hi muttered These coasting sklppors always are when you board their schooners after theyve leftj port Think they own Everything anil they try to lord it over you But ri settle that with huh later There was every opportunity to inspect the Betsy under most favorable circumstances The tug was dismiss iCd to call later and utter two luotiiof dose examination Peck senior took possession of Captain Ezras cabin to talk over the deal unuer the quieting Influence of something peculiarly good which the company furnished or tsuch occasions J stI Yes shes one of the best 8 In the trade the shrewd owner said as he poured out tiwvtliird glass of port Captain Ezras sidled her for mOlt twenty years without an nI Why she could weather this gale ease Conversation continued accom panted by the clinking of glasses until suddenly a lurch of the schooner lIre cipitated the contents of the glass in Owner Pecks luLl The storm must be increasing lie added hI never kncw It so rough here Jn the Horseshoq bore Now as I was saying And so on through half an hour of laudatory talk of the Be sy As they talked the wiue seemed ro go to their h ads for certainly the floor of the c4biu lurched and tipped until there tsiined their upright positions with dif fl ulty Finally Jonathan Peck started to his feet II think Ill goon deck he said Fnpod a little fresh air This cabin Is lot and stuffy everything seems to be reeling Once on deck he stood la moment In blank dismay fully convinced that the wine had befuddled his niind Instead of quietly riding at anchor Inside of the Hook the Betsy was1 plowing her way through seas so boisterous that every one seemed to brbak over her deck sweeping her from Stem to stern Captain er what has happened be stammered wiping hls perspiring forehead and staring at the calm ten iturcs of the skipper Nothin Mr Peek was the quiet reply Were sailin before to pretty stiff breeze an te seas Va little rough r Sailing Where to gasped the head of the shippingjlrm Boston sir Them pine coffins nuIIthar In time zyitman Turn her back Turn her back at oricel Cant do 1tiir My orders w is to sail Boons tile cargo ivas aboard an I got ter reach Boston by the lOUV The calm Imperturbable face of the grizzled old sea captain increased the anger of the frightened owner j tOlr1 o Betsy an I got my orders before I left port tdYonyourctseto obey me owner Im obey In orders thats nIt Ill discharge you arrest you for this I discharge you now Ill make the first mate captain Here Billings 1 A heavy hand was suddenly laid on his arm and a voice growled menac Ingly In his ear s Stop that now vg Ill put ye In Irons Get back In the cabin an stay thar unUll tell ye ter come on deck again Ef ye dont obey Ill iron ye Yes by jimmy Ill do it Anyway cf ye dont shut up Ye aint on land Mr Peck where ye can order an kjlck yer men around Yere on the high seas an Im captain of the Betsy It may be the last time Ill sail her Yes the last time snorted Jona than Peck An Im goln tel have one good old time with her slch as we used ter h Lye together when wo was both young an PtS aint too old ter struKKle nfetdnoJest goin ter have a tearln old tJmJ on this trip an well convince ye that wo aint afeard of anything that blows on the high seas Youre crazy captain crazy as a loon stammered Peck In dismay You will drown us all and and taiebbe I will was tile unsatisfactory answer f aint answerlh fur the safe delivery of any of ye Into Boston but I want yo ter find out fur yerself that I aint afeard of any of yer storms an winds on that the Betsy Is qstanch craft Yes sir turnlhg to the prospec tive buyer a stanch craft Shell weather any gale that any other coaster can an shes worth buyln But thar aint no captain that knows how ter sail her bettern me Ive been with her night an day fur nigh on to forty years an shes never had a wrecks Mebbe It was because I was too careful with her Mr Peck too timid an not risky enough ter suit ye The evident contempt In the words and voice stung the old merchant who turned upon the skipper and apologized I never paid you dldnt take good care- wrdjastrustworthy fhrSomttimes cau tlwts ajvl ty Too timid ter navergnte a rowboat Br er captain you dont understand roe added the stout owner In surprlso Aint good fur much now nxuept ter watch the docks an keep time on the workmen continued the Irate captain 1Ihat do you mean That I aint goln ter take no shore po Hilton from yo an that the Bo sy an mo are goln tor show ye vo aint so old an rheumatic as yo think IAVer goln ter take risks this trip Mr Peck Yes great risks I hope the Betsys cargo Is well sured For three hours tho Betsy staggered before the wind like a bliiidfol led victim hurled forward by some Ihvln vIe power from behind Front each sho k she rej- eollods If Blialtored beyond n pair The IT HAY UK ALL THAT UUT WKjL TiLt IT timbers creaked and groaned und r the strain the rigging whlpp l and whistled In thft Arlnd but the good ship niawed to stand up bravely and take Jier punish meat Jonathan Peck succumbed to fear and terror Tho wild scene made him plead where before iie threatened but Captain Ezra was obdurate The night passed somehow a wild car nival of storm and nasty weather The Betsy under the careful handling or the old skipper hold her own but In the dawn of a new day she appeared bedragglad and exhausted The wind and waves had subsided somewhat imd the fog had lifted considerably when Jonathan Peck pale an weak Imecdstumbied on deck A gloom of hope entered tbd bloodshot eyes when he saw the subsiding storm Hpw near shore aro we captain heI asked abruptly Ont know was the bluff reply We aht headed that way Theres a ship In distress a derelict I guArT an were pintad toward her 4wtat or7 stammered the own surprise Shes deserted and iou cant save her We can get salvage mcmey on her ef we tow her tee port Shes a mighty good ship I reckon Jest look fur yet self Mr Peck Mr Peck looked and saw a big thrCo mted schooner that had not fared lo- well as the Betsy She appeared twice the size of the plucky little coaster You cant tow hero to port In this storm Captain Ezra exclaimed Jonathnn PtckJ a new terror bulging out his yoa 1ts suicide Its madness downright Idiocy- It may be all thnt calmly answered Captain Ezra but well try IL 1 need the salvage money Mr Peck an Ill gut It I said tho Botuy an me would have a frisky time an wed show ye what we was matte of We aint too old fur wor let11 vain the irate owner stormed threatened and pleaded Captain Kzra kept the Betsy pointed toward tho drifting derelict Captain saul the now thoroughly cowed mart of bueness Captalnnndt- he voice was lniskyhow much salvage money do you to tt out of tills Captain Ezra continued to stare at the schooner drifting toward thorn Without turning his head he said Spelii shes slclij a big one iin pretty new at that an not much damaged I reckon my share would bout covor thorn mortgages on the Betsy with Interest tor date Jonathan Peck squirmed UeJlooked from the captain to the derelict Ho knew tho value of the prize if once towed to port but he valued life above money and ships After a moment of haM breathing he said Ill do trcaptalh Captain Ezra wheeled around sharply and linked Do what Cancel the mortgages If youll sail di rect to tho noarerft port and land me 1 I aint asked ye ter do that siwipprid the skipper Them mortgages was given by ma in goVl faith an I aint nuklji no man i7itPn bacfc I cant pny ftm but yeve got tho Betsy an shes wiirth cni every dollar Thon whiit do you want stammered tho perplexed men Captain Ezra took his time to answer It was light now on tho sea and his face was illumined by a queer smile lie looked qulutly at tho mun before him and said I Jest want tar sail the Botsy as long as shell hang terguther an then die with her There was a solemnity in the words simply uttered that annie their import strangely effective Jonathan Pock was silent a momfnU Then hI ttcPPC1J nearer Captain Ive mixjudgod stood you he had the honesty to say and 1 apologize for my past words I promise you that tho Iletsy shall stay In commission as long as she can sail and that no other captain shall command her Captain Ezra looked suspicious Ye mean It ho said slowly uIII promise you before the crew and put It in writing TaInt necessary Mr Peck Ill take yer word fur it Well go back now to port ye want tor reach New York I reckon soon s yo can Yes but put mo into the nearest har voru That aint far ortMr Pecknot so far as ye think was the quiet rejoinder Its gcttln lighter now The fOJI about gone an ye can see the shore The dim outline of land wat visible on the port side Captain Ezra pointed to It and added Theres the Sandy Hook light Well reach it In a couple of hours Jonathan Peck started and looked In credulous The outlines of the shore seemed to grow familiar A smile played on his lipsSHow far oUt of the harbor have we been Captain Ezra he asked In ivolce of humility u Iftyjt Ove miles Mr Peck f Around the State Held the Bull By the Horns Owlngsyille Ky Sept ItA D Gibbs of Little Cane Creek Morgan county attempted to drive a bull oat of the field when the animal attacked him knocking him down and goring Him repeatedly With an almost su jerhunmn effort he raised hhnsef np and grasped the bull by the horns holding his head to the ground imtU asifistfincR camo CJibbs Is probably fatally liurl Alleged Raised Bills Coln ton Ky Sept 11Bonus Holconib tf Somerset Ky was do llvqreil to County JaUor Maurer by United States Deputy Marshal A C Coleman on a commitment to hold him for the feVlernl grand jury on Ute charge of passing and having in his possession raised bills The Third Trial CiuuXKy Sept l1The jury in the cast of Lawrence Willis cm trial in the Trigg country cIreuiIteuirt- here charged with the murdar of hfs uncle lJoutt B 1ohnllOnnt Can ton Ky4In 1903 brought Ja veiidJct of ncquitui This is the third 0mo thjs case huts been tried The Bank To Reopen Ixjnisville Ky ept llInal ar rangoments have been inadeltn reopen the Western National batik of Louis vilte on October probably under a new name TwothinlH of the stockholder voluntarily assessed tbem- selves S3 13 per cent of the capital stock Stole Car Tickets Lexington Ky Sept hfIve small boys ranging in age from to 10 xear are accused of tho burglary of thot resi dence of lames Gray a street car con ductor here The house was entered Mud among other articles of values leu ras a bunch of street car tickets IWeis nberg Has Settled Frankfort Ky Sept llL B Weis enberg the grain loftIer who left here about two years ago oWlng banks something like 50uuO has mntle a settlement with the banks that is sat isfactory to all parties and he will re turn ilicre to live Viva Voce Voting Frankfort Ky Sept 11 Whether the people of Kentucky will continuo to vote by secret ballot or will return to the viva voce method is the ques tion to be determined by the voters themselves at the coming November election Skull Is Bullet Proof Newport Ky Sept UEhner ear Ktr 27 of Columbia street and OMara alley Newport who was shot in n altercation with negroes Saturday night will probably njcajer IJ skull was not penotratedbyTJia btRler ti Boat Lured Him To Death Frankfort Ky sept 11 Clarence Wcislger was drowned in the Jven tucky river here His boat drlftefl out nato the river and he took off his coat and shoQs and swam out to get it He was seized with crams and sank Preparing For the O A M Beattyville Kyt Scpt 11The state council of the Junior 1 O A i1 will meet here and preparations are being nisule to entertAin between tOO and 500 delegates The lodge here la one of the strong st iii the state Woman Killed By An Engine Covington Ky Sept I 1Mrsitud- milia Schmces 19 13 Riddle sTreet t4kih1ed by the ongfneofafrcAA ain at the Pike street crosaing Mrs Schmeos was on her way to mass at Mother of God church French Found Guilty Wlncffester Ky Sopt L1Jm jury lnthe B F French case returned a jcrdfct of gujlty of enticing away wit nesses last winter lu the MarcumHar is suit anti fixed his punishment at Ja000 fine Portsmouth N II will e put to her stumps for an equally attractive tea Lure next year Fire In Georgetowh Georgetown Ky Sept 9A disastrous fire broke out in Stewarts liv cry stable and spread to the residence of Alice James adjoining Next to that was Millers paint shop which was destroyed and the NewsDemo crat alice considerably damaged The fire jumped across the street to the residence of Lilah Bell occupied by the Hnmmond family The loss will reach 15000 Jacob Braun Is Dying Newport Ky Sopt 9Jacob Braun president of the Newport council is dying His physician gives out no hppe as to his recovery President Bfaiin has been for six months At every meeting of the Newport council hia name has been called and he has been excused thus enabling his wife to col lect his attendance fee One Year For False iSwearing Shepherdsville Ky Sept 9Robert Haze charge with fae swearing vns fOtind guilty in the ciroult court and given one year in thol penitentiary Hazel gave false testimony while testi fying before the count judge Ina habeas corpus proceeding brought by JRT Bnrbour for ball in the latter part of last year Will Use Vermont Granite Frnnkfort Ky Sept fThe capl tol building commi9sion adopted thc Woodbury Vermortt granite In lieu ol the Missouri granite which the con tract culls for for the foundation ol the new capitol building The Missouri granite could not be delivered under nine months i Prison Guards Removed Frankfort Ky Sept 9The stats board of prison commissioners remOTe ed three gu r satithe Frankfort pen itantiary nail one at the Eddyvflle pen itentiary andin Ulled new men The men removed are Zorne Green WE Hunter T G Newman and C B Pent deton Rev WTCapers Call Lexington Ky Sept 9Rev Will tam T Capers of Asheville N C has been called to Christ church cathedral hereto fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Dean Baker P Lee He ir a son of Bishop Capers or SoutS Caiol na Bought Coal Land Owing vllle Kyv Sept 9A St Louis syndicate name not learned purchased SOOacresof coal and tim 15000IAat onctt Fire in Tyrone Lawrenceburg Ky Sept9Flre oi an unknown origin destroyed the de partment store and saloon of Gee Bottom and the Christian church at Tyrone four miles east of this city The loss is 25000 insurance 10000 Domestic Science Lexington Ky Sept 9The executive committee of the board of teas tees of the Kentucky state college at the Phoenix hotel decided they had no power to make an appropriation jfdr a department of domestic scIence 4Expired Suddenly If Groan Ky Sept 9Tom 68 an old river man sat down at watchhousB at the Louisville Nashville Main street crossing and died of heart disease at once He leaves a daughter and three sons Manifestly Andrew Carnegie ought to have made that palace of peace do nation to Portsmouth N H Chamberlains Cough Remedy Aids Nature Medicines that aid nature are always CoughRtmedythe cough relieves the lungs aids expectoration opens the secretions and aids nature in restoring the system to HaydonChattanooga has raised its quaran tine against Memphis V I- ZIHave I You Thought ABOUT THAT WINTER COAL HOWS THE TIMES Have your house filled with the BEST iI ICOAL before the snows come + PR0EMM H Jones Z + ft ffilfe ft 1i 1 How is- Yourlleart eIs your pulse weak too slow too fast or does it skip a beat Do you have shortness of spellsfaintingsmothering spells palpitation fluttering pains around the heart in side and shoulder or hurt when lying on left side If you have any of these symptoms your heart is weak or diseased and cannot get better without assistance Dr Miles Heart Cure strengthens weak hearts and rarely ever fails to cure heart disease Try it and see lidw quickly you will find relief tookdowntoldlywas hopeless My neighbors and fam Mglimbsthird larger than normal size and heartyorpropped up in bd to keep tram smath cuing I seat for five bottles of Dr Mikss Heart Cure and by the time Ihad taken then alt I wits entirely o red I feel better than I have fortwenty years and I am aWe to do any kind of work on my farm My attending physician told me that If ithadnt been for Dr Mites Heart Curs I would gaveL Ky Dr Miles Heart Cure Is sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls he wfll refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind f OOOOOOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOO 1 Ii Peoples Deposit I Bank5ISpringfield Kentucky 8 ORGANIZED DECEMBER 18S9 CAPITAlOOOO Surplus and Profits 20000 8 C OFFICERS tg 5Hotso J A Bonlware CashierO Cbas 3L ileChord As tCashier b H c Lee Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS GI3hamiSatterly T 3L Blanferd lJw iYour Banking Business Satisfaction o Guaranteed o CX5OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOO CGCGOGGGCGGCCG COGG- OOCGOGO8Ot g C YDN THOMPSON slI- LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABlE o Springfield Ky lice Outfits For TraveJinf Men 8PB6umoooooocooocccocoGoocooco QsooooloaositooaJOHN FunerauDireclor And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENfEUG T Bqst Attention j Every courtsey shown + Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night74 Qthoihooiooo oQa CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times yearS00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 4fyv Same including Sunday 8 2CT v The Suit and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierrJournal any threes s in the week six months L 2 3CT The Sun aW the Sunday Cour i rJ u 80JjTHE SPRINGFIELD SUN Springfield Ey 0v r y4 j 44 1 4L- i J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1905l PUBLIC SALE r OF Land AND StockWednesday October 4 1905 beginningFenwick offer for sale to the highest bidder the described land and stockrLAND ofIackilleexception of about 15 acres of good timber land iin a high state of cultivation all in grass except 50 acres in corn The farm hon it a good ftveroom house tenement house stock barn tobacco barnwhich will house 12 acres of tobacco and all other necessary outbuildings Farm is one half mile from schoolhouse allkindsart everlasting spring and neverfailing well About 100 acres olV this land is extra good tobacco land Farm is well enced in fact the farm is well improved 1 anotherfarmfarm contains 273 acres and is in good state of cultivation 30 acres timber land remainder in grass This farm has on it a good twostory dwelling go stock and tobacco barnstobacco barn will house 8000 pounds of tobacco Farm is schoolAboutSTOCKl Six mules 1 heavy work horse 2 harness horses 2 combined mares 2 brood mares 4 two yearold geldings 2 yearling fillies 3 suckling colts 7 milch cows calveslotFarm Implements Etc largelowswheatlotr MSThe land will be sold for onethird cash and the r due in 1 2 3 and 4 earsBankable notes will be required of purchasers and interest must be paid annually On livestock etc all sums undergo cash over that amount on a credit of six propertyNotesInterest S M Auctioneer LLJ N Bdwles Sons r TATHAM SPRINGS Rev R L Baker our home missionary of Pike county preached avery interesting sermon here last Wednesday night A number of people placetoattended the basket meeting at Fair view Saturday This place was well represented at the fair on Thursday aMissr f several days last week with Misses mmaand Virna Wells S Henry Wells was at home a few days last eels The hotel here will close this week The Pun anable to supply hater demandwhich necessitates the clos1 Mr Murray Grider and family have returned from a visit to relatives in Louisville A young married couple nessee who were visiting the Springsi came very near being drowned a few weeks ago while oat riding by going over the Sloo fans Miss Claudie and Maudie Royalty spent Sunday with their cousin Miss Annie Royalty near here A number of Harrodsburg people are camping on the hotel grounds for a few weeks We hope they will have a pleasant time while in our midst Mrs Mag Poulter and son were guests of Mrs M B Wells SaturdayI beenlcalled A company of young people from Dugansville and Salvisa visited the Springs Saturday There was no preaching here Sunday Brother Sommers failing to come on account of the rain Miss Ella Sanders has returned home after a few days visit at Tatham Mr Walter Keeling is visiting friends here i RooseveltaSt Petersburg Sept 11 =It Is re ported here that Count Leo Tolstol in tends to send his eldest son to America as bearer of a personal letter of thanks to President Roosevelt for hav lug brought about peace between Rus sla and Japan Ambassador McCormick Paris Sept 11Mr McConnlck the American ambassador aid the Invi tation of Minister of War Berteaiix accompanied the American military mission headed by Lieut Gen Chaf fee which Is following the eastern maneuvers Eight Deaths From Cholera Warsaw Sept 1LIn the village of Wysock government of Volhynla on the frontier of Russian Poland a rafts man who returned from Prussia and eight other persons have died of chol era The village has been Isolated Baron Komura III New York Sept IL Baron Komura Is III In his apartments at the Wal- L dorfAstoria hotel and all the social engagements of the Japanese envoys were either cancelled or indefaItelj postponed JLa army colonel has been reprimanded for not marrying a certain lady to whom he was engaged but he baa probably eecajred maay reprimands of the cwtala variety SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN 1 J T Montgomery Frederickstown has for sale thirteen yearling mules Springfieldwheat and two No1 good mares Clarkson g Haydon have for sale 500 bushels of extra seed wheat for fall Mrs Sue Knott Route 4 has for sale CountyMembertwo milch cows eighteen stock shoats id nine tons of baled hay Mr H S Route 4 has for sale sixteen good nativebred ewes To Meet Expenses Owlngsville Ky Sept 8The city council has appointed Mayor J J Lacy to draft a law taxing every busJneT house and profession Wn in town to make llcueticit of 1000 a year cauVl Tjy the loss of the saloon li censes Guardhouse Accepted tNew Ky Sept 8The quar department at Ft Thomas accepted the new guardhouse at th post It was built by Carl Bushnell of Chicago son of the late Gov Asa S Bushnell of Ohio at acost of 18 oyO Jr Alleged Scheme To Defraud Covington Ky Sept 8Deputy- Federal Marshal A R Patrick lodged Andy Thompson merchant of Magof- rin county in tne county Jail on the charge of devising a scheme to def and bY the misuse of tne mall ResignsI S Ad ams Franks collector of internal revenue has reI- gned and will be succeeded by Lu ther L Farmer Adams will go to Ar kansas for his health Died on Way To Ailing Mother Newport Ky Sept 8While on the way to the home of her aged and all Ing mother Mrs Mary Moynlhan 44 wife of James Moynihan of Third and Kenton avenues Dayton died suddenly Attaches Racing Stable Latonla Ky Sept 8Henry M Ziegler of Cincinnati filed suit agaInst Wayne 0 Joplin an owner of raco horses here for 300 alleged to be a balance due on a promissory note Is glad that peace has come neverth- Gen Llnevltch says that while he teas he Is chagrined ChamberlainsCOLIC Diarrhea Remedy A few doses of this remedy will invariably cure an ordinary at tack of diarrhea epldemfcUCCQCS It can always be depeaded- uJOn even in the more severe attacks of colio and chol era morons It is equally successful for summer diarrhea and cholera infantnm in children and IB the means savingthe lives of many children each year When reduced with water and sweetened it Is pleasant to take Every nun of a family should keep this remedy in his home Bay it now It may save lift PRICK 25a Lax8m ffOo a Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit Court Kentucky W F Royalty c Plaintiff EquityCleoBy virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court 1905inceed to offer for sae at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on the 25th day of September 1905 at 2 oclock pm or daytopublic auction upon a credit of six and twelve months ini following described property to withA tract of ton county Kentucky and bounded as follows to wit Beginning at a stone on a ridge corner to Eli Gardner thence S GJ W 52 poles ts a stone thence S 19 W 236 poles to a stone thence N 83i W 2472 poles to the center of the turnpikethenceE 6872 poles N 301E 18 poles and N E 424 poles to a stone corner to William Moore Jr thence with his line S36 E 584 poles to the beginning containing 25 acres 2 roods and 21 poles For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approve security bearinglegaleffec- of a judgment Bidders will be re quired to comply promptly with thes terms M G LEACHMAN M Co W C CC Tobacco Farm For Sale tVe have for sale a Farm near Suth er ands mill Washington county con ta ning 50 acres Farm has on it a 4 ro m house stock barn goodorchard w Fifteen acres of cnn p t in tobacco next year Farm also sufficientear particulaS H WEEKLY tf W T COMSTOCK 1 St Johns New Cable N F InauguratedI ble laid by the Co between Canso N S and Port Au Basques N F for the New FoundJand d government was Inaugurated successfully when messages were exchanged between Premier Bond who Is now In London and the colonial cabinet Abandoned Their Residences Tangiers Sept 11Samuel R Gum- mers the American minister and a number of European Inhabitants have abandoned their residences In the su urbs and removed to the center of th town at the request of the Moroccan authorities Palma Renomlnated Havana Sept 11Presldenttalma was unamlnously nojpf attfd by the Moderate party nTention as a can dldaf 6r the presidency of Cuba luendez Capote received the nomina a tion for the vice presidency MakesSofl SmoothVelvety Skin ased Isekhssds- A Kentucky chemist has succeeded perfecting a preparation for beautify the complexion that is truly remarkable diEcoveryands women owing to its plgasi perfectlyharmlesslurking place for dirt and disease germs performtlleirpimpleslilackbeads creams lotions and so called beautifiers as a rule have a tendency to close Ii injurious1but IryislJaracamphsoothing balmy oils which when apple goes straight to the interior cells nouns mg ties face nuiscles stimulating the circulation removing all fernand imperfections from thepores by inga he11th perspiration The action of- Paraeamph is peculiar and it has a smooth velvety effect because it nourishes and feeds those cells which produce the oils necessary for making a beautiful skin Dont hesitate try Paracamph at once is guaranteed to he perfectly harmless and superitoor We will send free to any lady u p receipt of a two cent stamp sufficient Para camph for a three days treatment LooLEEEEEE If T TIfM itI T C T 1 I K TEIEEEEEE W That tick on time can be bought mjjjj eyes tested and glasses fitted mo333 ffWORKo Itii T fIiIitiii ff JOf f tn t IEEE PiIb1icSaIeV +THURSDAY SEPTEMBER j1V On the above date beginning at 10 oclock I will offer f r sale my farm of 263 acres located s yen andoneha Thisfarmoutbuildingsbottom land lays well mostly in grass and well watered f no sale is made land wifrbe rented seU12headyearlingcattle 4 cows andcalves 2 Goheadbucks 1 black mart and colt 1 bay mare 1 black horse seven years bayhorsehave been broken andwill work any twohorsemower rake plows land ptherfarming implements One bushels of rye 100 barrels ofc rn some hay one andkitchenon day of sale FiM SHEWMAKER tPublic Sale SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16 On the above date beginningat 10 oclock on the we for sale our farm known as the Calvin Shewmaker farm containing 175 acres more or less one mile from andeturnpikes This farm is in a high state of cultivation about forty acres being cultivated this year Good dwelling and outbuildings good tobacco barn and well TERMS One two and three years with good security and note bearing six per cent interestC- ALiSHEWMiAKER AND OTHERS S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer CALL FOR ELECTV STATE jF KENTUCKY WASHINGTON COUNTY Set CountyFiscalThis day came Cosby Catlett and a petition with twenty legal voters the H ndren Precinct No5 of Wash ington County and moved the Court hold an at the next regularN voteshall be allowsTf to run at large + the public higliways in said precinct a 1a of the justices bein and elseathat the Sheriffand officers of said election will open and have placed on their ballots whether or not stock shall publihighwayCopy Attest VF BOOKERClerk In compliance with the above order given front the Washington County Fis cal C urtl hereby notify the voters of Washingtonon thfe next regular November election day 905 fort a purpose of voting in stocmgway in said Hendren Precinct No 5 BYRON CROAKE S W C SAILlyWEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 20 Litceosecf sey Ky to the highest and best bidder bottomIwatered and onethird tobacco land fromlie e will also sell 1 pair mules 1 sucklinc ancd wagon Terms made known on day ofI Pinksto1i1Mules tor Sale As ndministratrix of the estate of Mondaynp mo at the court house door in the tdwn highescar t fouryearold work mules Terms three months with securityLUCINDA Administratrix of D L Payne FOR KENTUCK COUNTIES State hoard of Election Commission era Name County Commissioners Frankfort Ky Sept 9Tbe state board of election commissioners pain aacountyelectIon BTATcer James Morlety Union John M Buckman Whitley Walker Mason Tie republican county commissioners are Fayette R C Stall Garrard A H Bostln Greenup B G Hartley Oldham John B Berry Brott DrJB Park Todd D A Smith The rutabaga turnip must needs be raised far north to Insure good size flavor and sweetness Canada holds almost a monopoly on the production of this turnip f7DWI MILS i ntiWLt Flu M m41w r Dr Miles AntiPain Pills Cure Headache Almost instantly and leave 110I bad effects They also relieve Other pain Neuralgia Rheumatic Pain Sciatica Backache Stomach ache Ague BearingdovnNervousness and Sleeplessness tiMk All Pain i s Nerve Pain weakeninginfluenceoverexertion heat intense mental effort 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 painTheybox under 9 guarantee that the first box will benefit or moue refunded Never sold in bulk MILES MEDICAL CO EBart I- nd1NTUCKYS lAIRkAT LEXINGTON September 1823 6 BIG DAYS 6 INVPREMIUMS rm 25000i PREMIUMS THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK nAND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH Novel Attractions Magnificent Exhibitiin 1 The Famous DUSS BAND of 40 Pieces For Catalogue or Further Information AtMr i GEO A BAIN Secretary Lexington Ky Special Summer Excursions VIAAILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROADTO California Colorado And ft the Ltwis and Clark CiHfiimlal ExpsiilM atIi t rPORTLAND OREGON tt 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 and Texas on the first and third Tuesdays of each month Only Line Running Through Personally Conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California AnzonlarNew Mexico and Texas Write the undersigned for Literature on California and Booklet Descrjption of Southern Lands yV f W HARLOW- G P A Louisville Ky 4Spriigfiilii Market 0 Bacon Hams lie Sides U cIBowwax 21c per pound Butter 16b tonper pound ChickensHens 8c 12Jc Dried apples 5o per poundw Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to 80c per busheL Egga 14c per dozen Feathera44o per pound pound Grain YTbwt S3c corn Oats Hides Green IKc to 8Hc Lard 12Hc per pound barre1Mul C flM 100 pounds PotatoesGauntry 50s Onions SLO- XSaltJL45 and IL83 per temL Turkey s 5c per pound Tallow 4c per posed- Vlnegar35e to 4oo per gvll- oWoolBurry and ereaey1414oi else et KrMMSOcftahvMk4dase lComfttrr SortM4Ce to life f3ee eNealeies 4siois iN 4