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II 1 mbe I UUi 1 IDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I IUME I T SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 MBE 47 1 ORMER iOf RESIDENTWashington Shoots and Kills an Indiana Man Evidence Brought Out at Coro ners Inqtfest Indicates SelfDefense lEE KEHSEY DID THE SHOOTING j The following article from a paper anted a Orleans fhd gives a detailed iccount of a fatal shooting affray at bat place Saturday night a week go in which Lee Kensey former Washington county man shot and in tantlykilled Alonzo Mead Alonzo Mead living in Orleans Was shot and instantly killed last Saturday night by Lee Kersey Kinsey lives about a mile and a half south of Or leans on what is known as the Rennels farm The trouble first started in JKaufmans sajoon Mead and Kens y had been good friends for some time and Kenseyina joking manner pitched a few peanut hulls at Mead striking him on the hat Mead became offendedat this and a few words followed when Mead struck Kensey on the head with his fist Kensey refused hadalwayslooking for trouble At this point Ken sey left the saloon and went into Car ters restaurant near by Mead fol lowed Kensey into the restaurant and renewed the attack striking Kensey several times on the head with his fist Mead proposed to go out into the street and settle the trouble but Kensey remonstrated against having any trouble Mead went nut of the restaurant and a few minutes afteward Kensey left the restaurant and went back to Kauf mans saloon and called for a glass of beer Mead also appeared in the sa loon and got a glass of beer It seemS to be disputed as to which of the two entered the saloon first However shortly after they met the trouble started again Kensey struck Mead with a glass whereupon they both dre revolvers and began firing at eac other Mead fired two shots and Ken sey fired five or six None of Meads nFYsstruckin the chest and one in the righkjtide Mead never spoke after the shootin began and died instantly Kensey wen over to Paoli and gave himself up to the sheriff about 2 oclockSunday morn ing and is now confined in the jaiL Lon Mead has lived in Orl 3many years and leaves a wife and a number of children Lee Kenseyj ame to this county about a year ag Ffrom Greenwood near Indianapolis He pur chased the Rennels farm from Joseph Lynn on which he still resides He has a wife and two children The coroner began investigating the case Sunday morning Lee Kensey lived in Washingeon county ten years ago He is a son of Mr Jerry Kensey and he and hit s father are both well known in the county Lee Kensey is a soninlaw of Mr A L Perkins near town When he resided in this county Mr Kensey was known as a quiet and well behaved tmanr From the reading of the above clipping it would seem that the shoot ing was justifiable The examining trial will take place today and Mr Perkins who returned from Orleans last week informs us that the attor neys say there will be no trouble in ac t quitting his soninlawIFarms For Sale A good farm near Willisbu Sq acres firstclass house good tobacco barn lays well well fenced and watered Price 2500 Springfieldkind 50 acres tobacco land 80 acre farm located near Springfield on pike lays well and mostly in grass good 8room dwelling tobacco barn Springfieldbuildings Land lays well mostly inby grass 30 acres firstclass land For further particulars call upon MCELROY WHARTON Six persons were badly injured while Bloorm ington Ind by their scaffold falling l Can You Figure This Out Postmaster Waters has received the following printed in circular form Read it and see if you can locate its meaning FOR YOUR SUCCESS AND MINE I originated for your and R R Gos reduceRLinesCausethe country New York used part of AttysLOokand crowds ready to pay me Will de liver short and pointed talks Others ate lectureing s without profit to you Receive facts pay me and prosper Advance me money as of old and I will furnish you Sewing Machines a variety of Fruit Trees Grape Vines and Marble stock at retailor whole sale Many have made money at my manyhaveRespt J R PARKER Dont Miss The Lecture Mr Edwin Southers more familiarly known as Cyclone Southers has been befere the public continuously for over thirty years appearing in every civilized country and some countries that were not civilized His lectures have been internationally celebrated for their realism and grim humor They have been extensively copied by others who fair would follow in his wake He is favored with a personal magnet bylThis Bureau has succeeded in securing Mr Southers to deliver a series of his worldfamous lectures If I were the Devil in which he will appear in full costume of His Satanic Majesty if so desired by the local committee iEdwin Cyclone Southers stands alone preeminently in his marvelous breadth of survey matchless and in comparable oratory grim cynical and Mephistophelean humor and soulstir ring powers of description At Opera House Springfield Mon day night Oct 23 Painful Accident Kentucky tandard Last Saturday the fiveyearpld daughter of Mr James Conway of near Chaplin met with very painful accident In passing through a door the child ran against a hook and one of the upper eyelids was fhstiches were required to close the wound Gotf Beckham Declines 4ta omas sons proposed national committee for investigating life insurance companies actioneanation now being made might impair the policyholders Indictment for Murder Harrodsburg Ky Oct 12The grand jury after three days of investigation has returned two joint indict ments against Policemen William Brit ton and Luther Herron charging them with willful murder Britton and Her ton killed Representative Sam C Black and Walter Stotts ina pistol duel on the streets at Harrodsburg on the night 10 Blackwas killed instantly and Stotts died four hours later Policeman Britt n was shot twice through the head and had the middle finger of his pistol hand shot off When the indictments were returned Judge Bell complied with the request of the defendants and called cases The defense insisted on an immediate trial The attorneys for the prosecution offered no serious opposition and Judge Bell set the cases for trialnext Tuesday Three lawyers have been employed to assist Common wealths Attorney Hardin and County Attorney Allin in the prosecution Three lawyers also represent the de fendants Notice All parties knowing themselves in eithertnote or account will please call and settle same at once All parties having claims against said Sidney Green will present them properly proven to us on or before the 1st day of November 1905 C A GREEN AND up48 J C MCELROY Admrs of Sidney Green deceased 7 Poems Worth Keeping NOW I LAY ME I fJ lightInGazing hrough the shadesof night highOerkeepAsprayer Novr I lay me down to sleep Sadly sings the In the boughs of yonder tree Laughingly the dancing rill melodyFoemen deepow1 pray the Lord my soul to keep I I the Old I roin Good Dear hands that I hold Within the of God hands ever Faithful to Him and true me D sleepTheyve to day I Great Guide that may ever Faithful Thee and true to me HARDESTY Wheatsowing is about over in this vicinity and tobaccostripping is the talk of the farmer J Earl Cheatham in SaturdayI atUrdaY1andMrs Sallie and Lela Goodlett are visiting relatives Mercer this f f 4 4 f f awes Hats + LOOK WELL WEAR WELL AilE i 3t Mid those stars one face I see awayMother prayHerIn this lonely mountain earflfj Fainter grows the flickering light JAs each ember slowly dies cries me seem to You may never more awake Low I lisp If I should die I pray the Lord my soul to take sleepIIf should die before I wake pray Lord my soul to take it Scrapbook AT CLOSE OF DAY Mary IiLo6inls Housekeeping little can palmDearcomfort my arm grant those may be to keepWithinthey be to Mr was our Miss in county week STYLISH brake nightFilrcry I lay my boy down in his bed fingertipsDream lipsGjbdFaithful to Him and true to me Heart of heart my child my son Thejinothers flesh is like to thine I yield thee to a mightier One divineMyBehold thy servant Father King Messrs Will and Edgar Gray were in Willisburg on Sunday evening Mr Richard Snider was in this vi cinity Saturday and Sunday Mr Thurman Cheser was in Spring field on business Saturday Several from here attended church Mount t Zion Sunday where they are having a good meeting arid great good is expected as the result Mr Martin Sutherland is suffering intensely froth a boil at this writing Uncle Joe Hall is very sick at this time m 14z The + Well 1 Dressed + Man MUST LOOK TO HIS HAT MUST LOOK TO HIS SHOE 1 respectfully sutmit for your inspection the Crossett Shoes There are none better perhaps none as good They are durable They MakejLiesValk Easy y z 3 I 5 f + s Sheriffs Tickets i At a meeting of the Republican SaturdayJffrSheriff Mr Wharton accepted th nomination The Sun is informed tha he has selected as his deputies Mr C R Filiatreau whose card appeared i the last issue of The Sun declining the nomination as the head of the sheriffs ticket Mr C W Oder and Mr Neal Barnett x Death of Child Nannie Duncan little daughter o Mr and Mrs W H Duncan of the Pleasant Grove neighborhood diedSun day evening at about 6 oclock after an illness of more than three months oldIIt was stricken during the summeriwith a very obstinate bowel and stomach trouble and gradually grew worse until Mondaylevening father mother grandparents and other relatives who were so fond of thelittle one in whom was the light and joy of the Home have the sympathy of all Nothing touches the human heart like the sufferings of a littler child and those of TIS who have nevltva1ch ed by the couchof the little sufferers know nothing of the anguish which clutches at the very souHof the parent Perhaps it is better that this dear little girl has gone away where there is never a pain andnever a tear and never an ache for the heart Improving Mr Thomas Scroghan who has at the point of death for severalda typhoifeverd Good Sales Reported S M Campbell reports the ger and ONeal sale on the 12th as ing very well attended everything sol high Also reports a sale in Boyle county on the 14thgood allll1 sale Sourt day at Danville Monday very dull Dangerously III Mr Robert McElvoy of Willisburg is dangerously ill of phlegmanous erysipelas About two weeks ago he scratched his hand with a thorn to which little attention was paid until the arm began to swell and when a physician was summoned it was found he was in a dangerous condition His friends fear he can not recover Notice Taxpayers County and State taxes for 1905 are due and must be paid at once After thpersons foer sale My term in office expires January 1 and all business must be settled BYRON CROAKE S W C Death of R H Carothers Bardstown Ky October 13R H Carothers one of Nelson countys most estimable young men is dead of consumption and heart trouble He was thirtyeight yearS of age and leaves aa widow and two children and other relatives in Louisvillec Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Springfield Postoffice for the weekending October 18 Jake Massy Hettie Offutt Mrs Ali Montgomery S F Perkins Joe Kel logg G W Thomas G D Thornton 17im Steel E R Watson Miss Kate Weaver Mrs N K Wheatley TS Williams Joseph Wilkins W A WATERS Postmaster Boy Indicted For Murder Harrodsburg Oct 12John Mar shall aged twelve years was indicted today by the grand jury for aboutIsame age stole a pistol out ctf his fathers home and took it with him along with a squad of boys who went out to Salt river swimming Young Marshall fired severalshots at his companions just for fun and killed the little Crockett boy ft LIQUOR t- ICRAZED Newtto SoynHarrodsburg Ky Oct 12Last night Peter Vandivier a blacksmith in the county attempted to kill his wife and sonset lire to his home and then cut his own throat Mrs Vandiyier her son Thomas and AlbertMcDoneDy fa neighbor boy returned frontr church to the Vandivier home two miles from Harrodsburg to find Vandivier lying upon a couch suffering from a protracted spree The boys retired and within a short while heard Mrs Van divier crying murder and calling for helpWhen they rushed into the room they found Vandivier holding his wife by Pointedtgrabbed the Weapon and pulled the muzzle aside just as it exploded the bullet passing between himself and his mother McDonelly then began heating the crazed man over the head with a club Vandivier threw the pistol aside grabbed a razor and slashed Mrs Van divier across the arm The son again grabbed the furious father and in the struggle over the razor the boys hand was severely cut The mother escaped from the room and the boys followed in their night clothes They fleet to the home of a neighbor and relative Charles Vandivier The Harrodsburg police force was notified and two policemen hurried to theyYslast with his throat cut his chin cat off twopclesperate slashes across his forehead one ift his arm and one on the body On the floor he had piled the bedclothes and set them on fire and the house was burning when the firebeantedVandivier twice before had attempted dto kill his wife The last tune about two months ago he was tried before Judge Roach and allowed to go on con dition that he would leave the State He went to Indiana hut returned ten selItaIlhisfamily to Louisville 50c ADVERTISEMENT Sells a 3400 Fart A few weeks ago Mr Clayton Stall ings advertised his farm for sale rough thj columns of The Sun The was sold to Mr W C Hamilton of Frederickstown Mr Hamilton said to The SunuAs coon as I saw the advertisement in The Sun I immediately went toKMr Stallings and bought his farm V k TEXAS V Rev Purdom who has been holding protracted meeting at Tatham Springs for the last few weeks has returned home He reports a good meeting Washingtonvisited Taylor here Saturday and Sunday Mrs S M Smith of Springfield is the guest of Mrs RL Arnold BradyOctoberWill Bohannon on the 14th a boy Rev Purdom has purchased the parsonage Sale private He ex pects to add a new addition to tie house in a few days Mr Edwards of Perryville was here Monday on business duekSpssedthrou were killed by W B William x Rev W T Gordon of LouisviUejCfr visiting his relatives here leavethfuture home in Missouri Mr J R Claybrooke and wife have returned home from Louisville Mzv Claybrooke has been there for several weeks under treatraMt Mesdames Arnold and SatMi letguests of Mrs Liua Roberta rweiitix = t THE SPRINGFEILD SUN WEDESNDAY OCTOBER 171905 ii r tiW C LUC WT SWING 9 HARRODSBURG KY TTTI t 1fl LOOKINGCFOR A FARM tA T 1 SS7v y f r A NICE HOME IN WASHINGTON OR MERCERff r COUNTIES 1 J4 dl j a l i OR IN ANY OF THE SURROUNDING COUNTIES IF SO WRITE TO rt 2 r l IAa f REAL ESTATE AGENCY WWm m E WVli1iBy HARRODSBURG KY J H I I WT EWING HARRODSBURG 9 KYt 8 8 88 818 818 8 881818 88 818818 818 88 SPRINGFIELDTWENTYONE Some News of Nearly A Quarter of a Century ago y 88 Mr W T Ewing the real estate man of Harrodsburg has sent to The Sun a copy of the Washington Leader a paper printed in Springfield on Thurs day October 9 1884 and of which he was editor Below we reproducesome of the items of news which hap pened away back in the eighties tLOCAL NEWS There is not a vacant storehouse in town Your only hope tomake big sales this fall is to advertise your stock Dead men dont advertise but live energetic merchants show their snap by drumming up trade The following marriage licenses were issued during the past week J B Pile to Miss Delila Borders and R N Lanham to Miss Brunette B WIlson To those who have made inquiries we wish to say that the postoffice ad dress of Orceneth Peter county school superintendent is Mackville Ky It is reo rted that squirrels are so thick in some parts of this county that they are destroying the crops yet some of our crack rifle shots always return without a scalp Y J D Duncan having resigned as o postmaster at Springfield R M Thompson was appointed in his stead Mr Duncan intends to find in Kansas a new home for himself and family Rev Miles Saunders says he will be gin a series of lectures on the Kings of Israel next Sunday night This will be very interesting at this time as the Sunday school lessons relate to Israels rulers A gentleman who came up on the train with Mr Zimmerman the railroad man says that Mr Zimmerman told him that the line through Springfield was Huntingtons favorite route and that he has no doubt as to its being built very soonr The residence of John W Burton near Willisburg burned to the ground last Saturday night with all its con tents Mr Burton and family wer absent at the time and it is not how it caught The loss is between 1200 and 1500 and was insured but we understand that it had run out a few days before the fire SOCIETY AND PERSONAL Beneath a shady tree they sat He held her hand she held his hat I flatTheHe held that kissing was no crime She held her head up every time I held my peace and wrote this rhyme While they thought no one knew it Princeton in MrsACKimba1f is visiting in St Louis Mo rejturne4Mr Charles Railey and family are visiting in Campbellsville Miss Lida McChord of Lebanon is visiting Mrs A H McChord Mr George Medley returned home from Louisville last Thursday Rev V Elgin and family have gone to their new home in Cadiz Ky David Duncan and family went to LouiSville last week to the Expositi Mrs Buchanan has returned and is in her joldjposition atLeachman Cos store JR A McElroy was in Hopkinsvilje last week exhibiting his fine stock at the fair Clifton Green has gone to Nashville Tenn where he will attend Vanderbilt University Miss Lettie McElroy of Murioit county was the guest of Miss Bailie McElroy last Sunday FannierMrs Joseph Claybrooke of Louis ville whohas been visiting relatives in this county returned to her home last Thursday 1R H McElroy and wife and Miss Hattie McElroy who were at the Ex position last week returned home las Saturday T C Yarikey arrived home from Louisville last Saturday He says his return tripwrmore enjoyable than that to t ti1- r DEATHS In Danville October 4 James Har lan Jr He was a brother of Mrs A H McChord of our town On October 2 near Pleasant Grove Eliza Williams infant daughter of J L end Mary Williams aged two years and three months eOn the 29th ult at St Rose Convent near this piece Brother Michael Whe lan m the eightieth year of his age COUNTY NEWS ANTIOCH ANTIOCH October 4 Correspon dence Leader Farmers are very busy sowing grain Mr Hayse of Nelson bought of F B Mitchell eight young calves for 160 Stephen Colvin sold his farm to J Colvin for 3000 Mr Colvin intends moving to Illinois Aunt Joe Dennis who has been visiting her brother Wm Yeager hasre turned to her home in Missouri Duncanville and Antioch turnpike will be completed by December 25 FREDERICKSTOWN FREDERICKSTOWN October Correspondence LeaderAlex Hamilton near here has a stalk of popcorn which has on it thirteen ears oi wellmatured corn of average size and all filled Who can beat it Thp farmers of this community are engaged in cutting corn and sowing wheat The weather Js exceedingly IMat Booi the celebrated banjo has been here two days enter taining the people with His songs The health of this community is very good Mrs M L Connor and little son Henry are visiting relatives in Missouri WALTONS LICK WALTONS LICK September 29 CorrespondeneLeaderZack Crows house caught fire about 10 oclock in the night and burned to the ground consuming all the childrens clothing The house was insured for 300 Two other houses burned not far from here last week The Kansas and Illinois fever in this section seems incurable Many are sell ing out to go to the west among whom are Sam Doraey R T Bishop and othersLast week an old man by the name of James Gheser near here died in the eightyfirst year of his age He was taken into the Baptist church a few days before his death SIIARPSVILLE SHARPSVILLE September 30Cor responderice Leader Somebody has said that May was the sweetest month of the year but that was before the j introduction of sorghum Now the Septemtber land continues about two months However we must say that while it is sweet it is not so pleasant for a fel low to go about a sorghum factory with a good suit of clothes on especi ally if there happens to be about half a dozen children around The man who can get away without getting fingerprints on his clothes would make a firstclass circus preformer WILLISBURG- WILLISBURG October 8 Correspon dence LEADERThe dwelling house and meat house of Capt J W Burton were destroyed by fire last Saturday mornipg with all the contents Loss about 3000 Insurance 2600 The Captain and his wife had gone on Sa urdayevening to Harrodsburg in order to consult Dr Price in regard to Mm Burtons health she having been an invalid for several years The rest tif the family were at different places in the neighborhood The house was dis covered to be on fire about 3 oclock a mIJ W Shirley sold a small tract of land containing about twentyeight acres to George Cutsinger for 20 per acre Mrs Francis Taylor sold her farm containing ninetythree acres to Elias r Perkins for 13 per acre The protracted meeting heldat this plaze by Professor Long of Oxford Mississippi closed Monday night with twelve additions to the churchV POLITICSISt John has accepted the Prohibi tion nomination for the Presidency We put the Frankfort Capital in front of the procession of State weeklies Clevelands reception at his home in Buffalo eclipsed anything of the kind that has happened for some time Blaine says he cant come to Louis ville because of previous engagements Belva A Lockwood readily accepted the nvitation and will come in two weeks The following from the Rambler indicates that people snored twentyone yearn ago I Have hung overa precipice in a hor rible midnight dream I have looked down the muzzle of a cannon unloaded and faced the lurid wrath of atcharg ing bumblebee Yet never did I experience such feelings as I did when sleeping in a hotel bedroom withsix men The snore storm was dreadful It was fatal to my nap It was varied the constant snarl resembling that of a cur was broken into lumps each seeming the death note of the owner And oh howI prayed that the end might come and that the spirit might go out in One of those lumps and roll unobserved into the regions of bliss P tme in a stable with longeared things tickle them till they bray the boards oft the roof and I can sleep more soundly than I can with a man who maliciously lies upon his backand permits all the mean things he has done during the day to center in a fiendishsnore Horace Greelys Oddities Elfery dimming was associated with Horace Greuley In the editorial rooms of the New York Tribune m 1S44G shortly before going to Europe He several times made very Just ob servations to me about the great editor and his quaint habits He said Mr Greeley was a genuine jnau orlg anal His peculiarities were t as sumed but natural He would write at his desk while persons were talking to him His timo was so fully occu pled that he had no other way to write editorials and he was very anxious that these should go in at the appoint ed day he thought them so Important Grecleya dress which was much remarked on was not an affectation said Cbannlng His famous white coat was originally given to him Then he had others made of the same color It was very becoming He also wore a white hat on the back of his head He spoke with a queer whining voice and was constantFy losing his pen his scissors and the other properties of his desk Wheres my pen my scissors was his frequent salutation Finally they fastened his scissors to his per son so that be could not lose them Critic Mrs R T Oglesby of Winnette Ill who has been visiting her parenty Mr and Mrs G H Radford will return home tomorrow i A Wise Owl First OwlBlow my feathers Wouldnt you like to be a peacock dear = Second Owl No thanks Fancy making love with all those eyes on one I should be too bashfulPunch The Springfield and Chicago NationalDaily Reviewi IV4N III 600 Given Away s The Weeky CourierJournal Henry Wattersons pap wants to share the profits of this prosperous year with its subscribers It proposes to give away twenty Christmas presentsranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 5030 and 20 and sixteen presents of 30 and 20 to be given in the States of Indiana Tennestsee Texas Mississippi ginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write to the Courier- Journal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Courier ournaJ giving full details It will be sent free frightful Suffering Relieved Suffering frightfully from the virulent poisons of undigested food C G n of Lula Miss took Dr Kings lieEand bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative properties 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store guaranteed TDaiIaer7Z7y Well not exactly free but thing to it What do you lhenextIthis offer F F to 5I A YEAR This offer is open for a limited time only We cant tell how long we shall have an opportunity to give you such a bargain so come early Payup your arrearages and a year in advance and for only 50 cents 0 additional we send you a Daily Newspaper for one year Think of it The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW isa phenomenal success It is a fourpage sevencolumn paper printed in large type on good quality of paper Started in January 1905 it already has thousands of subscribers and it intends to add thousands more in the next few weeks by means of an arrangement with The Sun and other newspapers such aswe have outlined above a The CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is published every week day in the year and contains all the news thats worth remembering It has a complete market report excellent reading matter for the family condensed and readable reports of the worlds news and every day gives its readers a magazine article by one of the high class special writers on its staff Remember that the regular price of the CHICAGO NATIONAL DAILY REVIEW is One Dollar per year For a limited time only all new subscribers to The Sun who pay a year in advance a4d all old subRscribers who pay arrearages and a year in advance can ge the REVIEW for only 50 cents additional Dont wait now is the time to get a Good Daily Newspaper for the smallest prier ever offered Address TOE SUN Springfield Kentucky r 3 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER I8 1905 1 YOUR WINTER C OJ A L I 4f Now is the time to give us your order You know jve handle the best goods McClure Wellsw The Farmer Will find our line of Buggies Harness Farming implement etc complete Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons- are the best They have stood the test of time they have been byeveryWe handle the Ohio Feed Cutters the best in the world If you need fencing buy that which has been proven the best The Page and Elwood Field Fencing The Hagan Gasoline Engine Is noted for its simplicity and trength It keeps arunnin Thisscan not be malreoflgasolines Most of them budgingisand Wickedness U McClure Wells Springfield Ky 2 neOenene eneoeoedeoeoeoeoeiJ z THE FIRST iDSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY iJ swwr e pi CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided o t eProfits 25000 o 0 OFFICERS 0 0 B L Litsey Presdent e e John W Lewis VfcfrProsWwt 0i0 A C 3IcElror Cashier L B Cain AsstCasWei1 0 B E Foster Bookkeeper DIKECIDESf e 0 Lewis 0B L LItsey J W Sidney Green F JL CazapbellDa RHtdelen HM nJno O Polin 0e 0 We grant every favor consistent 0 with safe banking If you have not already an account with this 1eCCOCGGGGGGGGCGGGGGGGGGGGGC 8OHAYDON THOMPSON RI LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky 9 Jfice Outfits For Traelinge PnoxE 18 OGOOCXXXXXJGOGGGOGCOGCCGOG J Light as a Zephyr Do you want light biscuits and filmy pastry Thats the kind KENTUCKY STAR FLOUR makes You cant make dark bread or soggy cake with it It bakes the lighiest whitest purest sort and lots of it- Lighten your taking and lighten you cares by using KENTUCKY STAND ARD FLOUR Better try it ToDAY t Chaplin Water pqwer Roller Mills D B SUTHERLAND Proprietor Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Goats From Malta LaRue Herald Secretary Wilson an imIare not yet they are to be milk goats or the ordinary scapegoats of which we have so many at the present time in the agricultural department NoxfcE Notice is hereby given that my song Harvey Sea has left my house holdrand all persons are warned not to sell him anything on my account as I will not be responsible This Sept 25 1905 47pd B C SEA oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe- oGoe10000000000000D YOUNEeDITSALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one the very few salves which absolutely 10f piles As an evidence of its won ul curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonial come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxtes For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAH- odgenvilie Ky oeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeneoeoeoeoooeoe080eoeoeoeOeoeOeOeo 0 00000 00 0 000 0 JOHNYMAYES Funeral Director And = License Embalmer r SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY- r = 4 Best Attention Every courtsey shown 3 Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robe s Telephone Day 19 Night 74 z FAReREACHING Investigation To Be Made By Kentucky Railroad Commission Statement By Chairman Mc ChordFrankfort Ky Oct 12 Definite generaltween points In Kentucky was made by the Railroad Commission after an all day session Demurrers to the inter vening petition filed by representatives of the Commonwealth motions to strike numerous allegations from the complaints originally lodged with the commission and efforts to dismiss the proceedings were made and argued but Chairman McChord speaking for all the commission ruled late tonight that the investigation would proceed in pursuance with the original complaints- In deciding to investigate the local rates of Kentucky it is believed that one of the longest if not orie of the most important legal baftles in the history of the State has begun As e pressed by Walker D Hines the in vestigation about to be opened is con sidered of the greatest importance because it not only deals with all the railway earnings in Kentucky but with the expenditure 6f the citizens Methods of procedure on the part of the commission have not been decided upon but will be determined in a few days The complaints and charges are so general that they cover every local rate charged between every shipping point in the State This brings each railroad and each rate charged by that road into the investigation Such a pro cedure is without a precedent in this State although it has been attempted in other States and the commission must determine the exact means and methods of examination and the exact particulars which they Wish to displayedAt haveI conclusion of argu Chairman McChord rendered th following decision for the commission Gentlemen we have listened to this discussion with a good deal of interest There have been some technical points raised here but this commission is never technical l about anything We feel that the entire question of rates is now before us and we are charged with the duty ofseeing that all the laws pertaining to the railroads are faithfully executed and especially charged with the duty of seeing that the rates collected by the railroads are disposedl Farm Bargains pikejrailroad station and new flour and goodIacres on county road near Mackville Improved 2000127 acres at Card well on pike well improved 2000 countyfarmsat price S60 an acre31Oacres Mer nyloolandtwo miles Harrodshur on pike a bargain at price 60 an a re171 acres Mercer county farm new residence fine grass land only 30 an acre producingonly35 an acreAndmany other properties Write me if you wish to buy or WT EWING Real Estate Agency Harrodsburg Ky foeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeeQpeoeoeoeoepeeoeoeoeoeo Tempting APPETITEiIt is unnecessary to dwell upon the good qualities of the Fresh Oyster That would be a waste of space therefore I will just announce that I have them alsoFresh Fish Besides I have a lotof de licio- usCountry Sorghum A lof of the ver best Pickling Vinegar T Irvine McElroy eoeOeoeooeOeOeoeoeOeoeoee- QQeQeQeoeQeQeoeoeQeQe 9tir of te hnicality on this subject and we hold that the entire subject is now be fore us and we shall proceed with the investigation of rates Now it is our special desire to accommodate all parties in any way pos sible We realize of course that ques- t9nsfillarise as to the rates of some will not affect others hit we believe we can come together with the representatives of the rail roads and the representatives of the Commonwealth and agreqon a plan or basis of procedure that will simplify matters and enable us to get right at this question in the shortest way pos sible without any inconvenience to any body We will be glad to cooperate with the gentlemen on both sides in the effort to do that EnoournKlnjc Cholljv Beforc I halt sat In the game ten minutes I had lost 15 then my luck began to change FetIOf course Dholly = Yes and in the next two hours I only lost 725 bab Jove Leslies Weekly Loses Diamond Rings Lebanon Enterprise Last week while in Louisville shopping and attending the Horse Show Mrs Percy C Johnson of this city lost two dia mond rings valued at 350 Saturday evening Mrs Johnson who had spent the week in the city was joined by her husband and the two went to the New Seelbach hotel to dinner While there Mrs Johnson stepped into a lavatory tai wash her hands and removed her rifigs and placed them on a washstand When she had completed her toilet she forgot the rings and left without them The minuteS loss was discovered some twenty matItervasmanagment and also to the detectives A reward of 100 was offered by Mr Johnson and an additional rewarqof 50 by the hotelor their return but thus far nothing has been heard of the missing jewelry Oholly Allow me MissawSmith- to introduce you to my fiancee Miss Smith IMeased to meet you indeed Ami does the dune ring Unit he gate me tit you too Brownings Magazine f Marion Items Falcon Mr James H Mattingly aged sixtynine years died at his home in Chicago Sunday morning at 7 oclock after a lin goring illness of Brights dis = easeNellie the thirteenyearold laughter of Mr and Mrs E T Lowe who had been an invalid for several years died at her home Tuesday Mr JOQ Wv Berry son of Mr S J Berry of Gravel SwitchaldMiss Flora Chambers aged fourteen years daughter of Mr Jesse Chambers of Boyle county were married Wednesday afternoon Mr Henry Gilmore had a narrow es cape from death Wednesday He and Mr J A Hardesty Sr attended the Wathen sale and they were driving a balky horse which in some way threw Mr Gilmore under its feet and cut him to the bone on the right arm and other wise bruised him u- pWHIT9 Cream VermifugeTHE WORM REMEDY THE CHILDRENS FAVORITE TONIC OF UUTATIO- NTHIGINUINIPftEPID BallardSnow Liniment Co T LOUIS MO For sale uy u j rlaydon Springfield e Horses Handled We are going to handle horses at the Fair Grounds decided to permanently engage in this business atSpringfield Breaking Handling Buying Selling WilLbe our business animal into our care will be care fullto give to them better animals in every particular than when re- t ceived atthe stables Call upon us at the Fair Grounds or write to us at Springfield for terms and prices L DM Baker MT ZION Left From Last Week Quarterly meeting was held here Sunday and Monday Rev Robinson the presiding elder preached two fine sermons to large congregations- Mr Wiley Wilkerson of Bloomfield was here Sunday Mesdames Laura Lee and Lydia Walker of Belmont are visiting the family of Mr Jesse Williams and other relatives Miss Ruby Tyler of Smjyjville who has been visiting Miss Claudia Neale for two weeks will return Home Wednesday Mr and Mrs David Cokendolpher and daughter Hazel of Bloomfield attended church here Sunday and spent the day with Mrs Kate Williams andIM Williams Thursday Little Mary Taylor is confined to her room with chicken pox IMiss Ora Pinkston has returned home a weeks visit to relatives at Tatham Mr S A Bavne and son Johnny were in Springfield Saturday on busi ness Clixton Taylor who is attending school in Bardstown is spending this week at home Miss Grant Hays spent severaldays- in Louisville last week Mrs Minnie Sutherland visited Mr Charles Yates and family Sunday Mr and Mrs William Snyder and children of Valley Hill spent at the home of Mr S A BayneiMrs Yager and daughter Alta of Chaplin Ford visited Mrs R A Rus sell last Wednesday Mr and Mrs H B Bonta and Mr W H Russell and mother are attending Presbytery at Bethel in Mercer county While there they will visit relatives in and around Harrodsburg- Mr and Mrs Preston Moore of Mooresville visited the tatters aunt Mrs Mattie Bayne Sunday The Williams family held their annual reunion at the home Mr Walter Williams of Pleasant Grove last Fri day Nearly all the near relatives were present and a very enjoyable day was spent Those present from this place were Mrand Mrs Jesse Williams Mr and Mrs C 1t Williams and little son Thomas Dawson Mesdames Kate Williams and J N Hays Miss Lydia Williams and Master Thomas Marshall Williams J Peoples Deposit Bank Springfield Kentucky ORGANIZED DECEMBER 1889 I CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and OFFICERS Profits 20000 8Geo D Robertson President L H Thnrman VIcePr fdenfc o J A Boulware Cashier oChas 3L McChord Aast Cashier o Lee Bookkeepe- rS DIRECTORS o Geo D Robertson W L Graham o Jcdze L H EaydonIfo J W 3 Businessg8 Guaranteed OOOOOOOOOCOGOOOOCOOpOOOOOO MoneyMad Governor Hanly of Indiana in a recent speech said This nation has gonemoneymad For ten years this land has enjoyed material wealth and prosperity such as the world has never before seen and during that time this madness has come upon us iIi full force We have forgotten the commandment Thou shaltnot steal and we are tatting the position that it does not matter how- money is obtained so tongs as it is got t We can not continue in this road in definitelv and secure the continuance of free institutions The dangers of peace will destroy this country at the present rate just ascertainly as a disastrous was Last Hope Vanished When leading physicianssaid that W M Smithart of Pekin Iowa h d incurable consumption his last nope Van Discoveryforkept him out of his grave He says great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since thejjuL have used it for over ten years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientific cure fpr sureIchildren in the family of Frank IIThree fever near lit Washington died m Public SaleOF RESIDENCE OF Sidney Green Dec d Saturday October 28 1905 t We will on the above date at 2 oclock p nu offer for sale to the highest bidder the beautiful new 10room residence located SpringfieldKynew and uptodate in every respect Mr Green had it built under his own supervision and using nothing but the very best material that money could This Dose has bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights all over the house a splendid cellar large front and back porches 6 large closets and china cabinet stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new has concrete walk in front and around house yard set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location near graded school and a place that is complete in every respect At the same we Will offer for sale the lot adjoining this property fronting on Main street 60 feet and running back about 225 feet to the branch We will also sell a lot of household furniture Sale will take place at the house Terms made known day of sale For further information call on or address kC A GREEN and J C McELROY Admrs 2 48 Sidney Green decd- 4SiSiSiSISISS1S1SfuSuS1SLSuSiSISSis l w r p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 I SPRINGFIELD SUNI Wednesday October 18 l ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Catered at the postoffice at Springfield ICy for transmi4sion through the mails as secondclass matter TELEPHONE NUMBER 112 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION l00JIIxThree Months 2 fSna writing to have yonr address changed always postoffice to which postofficetowhichyouwiehit DEMOCRATIC TICKET Li CocrsJcnosB L Liteey Cdcxrr ATTORSET T S 3Iayet CO TYCuJucW F Booker B aESurtceW D Clabrooke 2S ISHERiTF J S Osbourne Deputies H B Powell S J Anderson Ed Masters and Herbert Eddleman BCPERECTEME Or J W Bush JAILER Geo D Catlett MitchellDeputyCoRO EJLTY Mont merv JohnOtrict 2fb 4 Tcomstockt THOSE WHO TRY BUT FAIL God comfort those who try but fail Who falter and rise again dayWithWhovainly strive gainst socalled Fate To reach what seems some nearby goal sightIsNo laurel wreaths eer crown their brows Or loud huzzas proclaim them great partsOnheightsToBless them for bravely bearing on Neath somber Sorrows darkest skies Through all the trials of ill success Their cumbrous crosses to the end For keeping up their courage Lord For trying trying once again EdwardB Grimes WOULD YOU DISCHARGE HIM If you had in your employ a collector who had in a few years collected enough of your out standing accounts to pay off a mammoth indebtedness for you say over 6oooocould you be induced to discharge him and employ a new handat the business unless the oldem ploye had been guilty of some flagiantbreachof duty Sup pose some fellow should come to you and ask that 3fou discharge your collector and put in his place another man what would you think of such a proposition Cer tainly you would think it an ab surd one That is just what the Republican party of Washington county is asking the people to do when it asks them to vote for its nominees for sheriff Dont leave a stone unturned Thats the way to make it a half thousand Now for the bushes boysI If Mr Filiatreau could not find time to make the race for sheriff at the HEAD of theticket how can he find time to make it at the TAIL of the ticket Possibly Mr Filia treau had other reasons Verily the game of politics is a little pe culiar In his card printed in the last issue of The Sun declining the Republican nomination for sheriff Mr Filiatreau said uThe nomination was a surprise tome as I had never in any way solicited it and had I been present at the con vention would have declined it I feel very grateful to the Republicans of my county for the high honor conferred upon me in selecting me as their candi date but feel that my business will not allow me to devote the time necessary to make a canvass of the county and do justice to myself and the party If Sidney Osbourne BraciC Powell and Ed Masters f had failed to put their shoulders to the wheel our county officials might have experienced trouble in paying off that 60000 inI Ebtednessf SOME THINGS TO CONSIDER The hope we all had for a uquiet election in Washington county has gone aglimmering But whats the difference A little fun for the bpys wont hurt When Mr Neikirk and Mr Filiatreau declined to accept the Republican nominations for County Judge and Sheriff it was thought by Democrats and Re publicans alike that there would be no other nominations and we had all made up our minds to conduct the next November dice tion in Washington county na sort ofa brotherlylove plan But through the persuasion of some one two or threetogether- with a few of those same old promises of what we of the same political faith will do with our little knives Mr J R Wharton an excellent gentleman and good citizen consented to heada Republican Sheriffs ticket We are informed that he is in the fight until the polls close in November As we this saidJncolumn last week we be lieve the Republicans can put forward ticketthat can defeat the present Democratic nominees for Sheriff They are all strong OsIbourne Mr Powell and Mr Mas ters have been tried and found not wanting and there is no need for a change even if we bar the politics of bothticketsW- HYSHQULD SIDNEY OSBOURNE AND HIS TICKET BE DEFEATED That is a question that every voter should ask himself Can- o find an thing against Messrs Osbourne Powell and Masters while they were serving Washington county as Sheriff and deputies Have they not been faith ful in the discharge of their duties Republicans as well as Dem ocrats must answer yes then why are the voters of Washington county asked to vote against them Is it because they are Democrats or is jit because of a grudge somebody holds against the ticket No voter can refuse o vote for the ticket because Mr Qsburne or Mr Powell or Mr Masters have failed to discharge their duties as officers It stands admitted that they have been theIy to heni the Rep ub licans must go before the people and ask that they vote against the ticket because it is composed of Democrats Perhaps they believe that there is sonic sore nessr among Democrats andthat they will capture a sufficient num winlOUttH too limitedtoo limited for win ning purposes Democrats will not be led to a slaughterhouse Corduroy pants marKed to sell for 225 OO rtnow sell for r JBest 75c glove on the market for 650 4 in which efforts aretp be made to quarter members of their own household they can not be in duced to contribute to the defeat ofmen who have been so faithful- in the discharge of their duties toward the public rYe can not believe that such a tame canbe successfully played Certainly Democrats are too wise to be sugarteated into voting the Republican ticket And indeed tjiere are few who will disregard their primary pledge You see there is some little honor at stake in this matter as well as duty t party and we believe most earn estly that Democratic vote against tie Democratic Sheri ticket are going to be few and far between Didit ever occur t you that when a Republican asks you to vote for him against nom iiides of a primary in which you participated that he is asking you to violate a solemn pledge trust Tjoo much to ask don t you thinkssoo The Sun has naught to sa against Mr Wharton as a man and as a citizen He is a stranger to us but we are informed that his e one among the best citizens of the county therefore heshaIl be these columnsa But why are we called upon t discharge from service as it were men who have played no small part in discharging the huge in debtedness which hovered owe Washington county seven or eight years ago and who by a close collection of all taxes have been instrumental in decreasing taxation Why should we vote against P such menTHE SUNS LITTLE SERMON During the summer months when people are inclined to become illand allIworpoutthe rich man goes to the Adirondacks to recuperate while the poor man goesto to ing cheap patent medicine Bot feel that they are benefited after I a little while and when the autumn days come and the brown leaves begin to scatter to the winds and the skies get gray each goes to work with a vim the one trying to add more gold to hi vaults the other endeavoring to giveto himself and family a com fortable sustenance during the winter And thus life goes on The rich fellow drives away his aches by going up into the mountains and looking flown upon the fertile valleys and rivulets the poor fellwtakes his medi cine looks out into the futures es a star and feds that life is agettin better Some day trip to the Adirondacks wont cure some of these days our qui nine will refuse to work and then then we are going to have New Arrivals In Fall Goods inNotionSpecials For Saturday also For Mondays County Court Day JJeans9cregulai Cthe treatedcourteouslythrough Mens Fleeced ex tra Heavy Underwear sells at 125 Suit next Satur day and Monday 95 CTS Remember Monday is Banner Day on Odd Shoes They must I go at from 50c to 1 Worth 1 to 150 See my latest Fall Style Hats prices 120 wor th150 only a few left Call early it will pay you Respectfullyj P J Thomas J Springfield Kentucky Gentlemen 1kI INT I ART 1 CrJ I L I T1 1 H I 1N IG1Ii If you are Particular about the Style Shape and Fit of your Win ter Suit Overcoat or Raincoat if you have been having your clothes made to your order or in other words you are hard to please then you are the individual to whom we would like to show and talk to about HIGH ART CLOTHINGAll we ask is a few minutes of your time to dis cuss this matter of GOOD CLOTHING Boys Clothing iOur Boys Clothing Department offers some Special Attractions this seasM Ask atari them the first time you are in two funerals One will be a great affair the multitudes will be there the hearse will be or- s r ofeouslysilk and the casket will be weighted with its trimmings of silver and there wilt be a thou sand people moved to tears by the eloquence ofa lprcacherwho gets fiftyd l1ars for the job This other funeral the poor mans funeralwill be a very tame afj flra sort of thirtycents con cern But wlien the last clad isI rolled into the open grave and 1the little m o u n d s are madeI smooth by a patting ol and the preachers pronounce the benediction then look back atf Ihe riles and note the ness Each a bit of clay all But two souls th ouThat51 trackless ways of eternity appear before the courts of G jd ojl give an accountof deeds done the body during the feivyears upon earththen eternity begins quite a good many j hbusand yearsatidafter all LIFE to each ofl1spoor and ricliis a pretty tame affair just about three score and ten years of doing things thats all Vhat about gettin good J Mistake Caused Her Death New Haven Echo Mrs Martin A p Sims aged thirty years died Friday morning from the effects of an overjdose of strychnine at her home Boston rood three and a half miles from here She had been ill for some time with nervous trouble and afteri Mr Sims had gone to the field took what proved Co be a fatal dose Real izing her condition she started out to call her husband He cries brought Mr Joe Bryan who was working near by to her side and later her husband To them she told the trouble but vehemently denied that the deadly drug was taken with suicidal intent Dr Greenwell was promptly summoned but the poor woman died about twenty minutes after he reached her It has been arranged that the ratifications of the RussianJapanese peace treaty shall be exchanged tomorrow t M TGH 4RTN 4 = f BroshlMIII aa DON T CRYaria 1 ILL MEND YOUR EYE If your glasses are lost come to me for a new pair If they need mending Im the one to do it- DOtVT WEEP until you have to You neednt weep at all about your eyes while t am an optician My glasses cure defects as well as aid the sight When I serve you its saving your eyes Try Me H James J Graves H THE JEWELER LiiMineral II JL d i I I ITtI t I i Is a good thing to take during AnyIRed + Drug Store SMOCK t HAYDON MtPUETl f I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 ANNOUNCEMENT i TTothe Citizens of Washington Oonntv friendsbothDcmoerats forthehave accepted the trust imposed on me and peoplefaithtu1earnestly supportJ WHARTOX Local News Notes Edwin Cyclone Southers at Opera House next Monday night October 23 Dont miss the lectvre at the Opera House next Monday nightjBornTo the wife ertson Sunday Oct and a girL Mr Clayton Stall gs sold his farm containing fifty acres on the Lebanon pike to Mr W C Hamilton last week for 3400 WANTEDTwo good farm mares gentle Must be recommendedW pel Springfield Ky Qood cotton mulescolts Will be in Springfield County Court day October 23 Jo C PHILLIPS d SoJ LRev Robert L Hopkins State Sun day School Evangelist of the Christian Church will be here Friday and Satur day of this week and will give lectures at the Christian church His lectures will be illustrated with stereopticon views Everybody is invited to attend SUCCESSFUL MEETINGOne of the most successful meetings ever heldat the Baptist church in Springfield came to a close last Friday evening The meeting was conducted by Rev J A Taylor of Louisville and the pastor Rev Williams Mr Taylors sermons were unusually strong and all who heard him were delighted There were twentythree additions to the church by baptism and letter One of the nicest bunches of cattle ever seen in Springfield was sold here to Mr Wiley Wilkerson yesterday by Brother Anthony of St Rose These cattle were Shortorn and Polled Angus They averaged 1531 pounds Many old cattle men pronounced them the best they had ever seen CUTTING AFFRAYRobert Young a negro man was tried in Judge Noes court yesterday ona charge of rna licious cutting and held in the sum of 100 to await the action of the grand jury While engaged in a game of craps last Saturday night Young became involved in a dispute with Will Hurt also colored and proceeded to1 carve him across the back with a knife Hurt isnot seriously hurt Dock Grundy George Leachman and Jack Lewis were fined 20 each for gaming ILouisvilleLeitchfield Rev J C Hoskinson waS returned to Springfield After adjourn ment of conference an exchange was made Rev J C Hoskinson being sent to Sebree Ky and Rev G W Lyon who waS first assigned to that Jlace was sent to Springfield Brother Hos kinson has moved to his new field and Brother Lyon who has been at Jeffer sontown for four years is domiciled in the Methodist parsonage for the ensuing year The SUn is sorry Mr Hos kinson and family will be with us no more but gladly welcome Mr Lyon and ablestlpreachers his sermons will be appreciated by the people of Springfield STRAY CALFI took up as an estray i about July 1 a red yearling steer j Owner may have calf by paying for its keep and this advertisement J F BISHOP WantedHides I want to buy hides of all kindsRe member I AM PAYING THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICES DL H JONES Sewing Machines For Sale I have some secondhand sewing ma chines 2 also have some new ma chinesGEORGE B TAYLOR m 01000010d10I0 Persoal Notes Visitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks p 0 Personal News 0OOOOOO May Bodine of Maud was here Saturday Mrs An Shultz was in Lebanon last weeksMiss Bettie Deboe was in Lebanon last weekJDr J B RoBards was in Louis ville MondayMr McChord was in Leba non MondayiMr WillF Simms is visiting in Owensboro Mr Glen C Wood was in Bards tovjltL Sunday =Little Mary Belle Simms is somewhat improved lrLPSouth of Frankfort is here this week Miss Susie Penn was in Louisville the first of the week Mr J S Claybrooke is in Spring field for a few days Mr WC McChord is in Louis ville this week on business Mr H M Moss has returned from a business trip to Lexington Mr Dan Polin is here spending a while with friends and relatives =Mrs S J Cannon of Elkton Ky is visiting Miss Katie Hertlein Mrs T E Hardesty and children are visiting her mother in Lebanon Mr and Mrs Felix Hamilton of Lebanon visited friends here Snnday Mrs John Shuck McElroy is visiting her brother Dr Vansant at Paris Ky Little Olivia Clements has returned home after a visit to relatives in Leb anon Mr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon were here several days last week rrMrs Exall of Lebanon visited her sister Mrs JV Lewis last week Mrs J C Willett is visiting her sister MrsR H Edelen of Bards town Bards1townweek Misses Rita and Flora Hatchett were the guests of Mrs Charles Brady Fridays r Mr Dan Polm of Chicago is the guest of his sister MrSJ IWimsatt Mrs H M Noe and little son Stith visited in Harrodsburg last week and this Mrs Gast of Louisville visited at the home of Mrs Ben Haydon the first of the week Mr and Mrs Bernard Mattingly and little daughter of Lebanon spent Sunday here Mr Mike Simms of Chattanooga Tenn was Called home by the illness of his sister rMiss Flora Hatchett has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Mackville Miss Florence Hamilton of Fred erickstown is visiting her sister Mrs J L Barber IMiss Mary Belle Montgomery has returned home after a two weeks stay in Louisville L Mr and Mrs A C McElroy were called to Danville Monday by the death of their neicef Mrs J H Lampton and son James are visiting Mrs Lampton father at rMrs Haydon and little son have rer daughIMiss Mary Lizzie Coomes of Louisville visited her sister Mrs L D Baker the first of the week Misses Sullivan and May Mc FfZtf iFt if i + +++ + t L iii Leitchfield IftMILLINERY W I do not handle CHEAP GOODS but will give you GOOD GOODS CHEAP Every p thing new Patterns received each The newest things m skirts belts and neck W iMrs Kate Williams 8 Ai 11IThere Are Few Things More Interesting To The Buyer Than IHouse Crowded CLOAKS FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN It is little wonder that our Womens and Childrens Outer wear Department is doing so tremendous a business The wide range of correct styles the lowness of price the su salesOnSKIRTS plainThethe workmanship faultless In fact they have no superior at the price SILKS AND WOOLENS Exquisite in every respect are our new Silks the of Woolensisfashiolstheseand style but gratify your dictates for service From every point of view they are preeminently right = I SEE OUR OF ROBES Gill of Lebanon attended the funeral of Mrs McKenna last week Mrs Reddy of Nashville Tenn who has been the guest of Mrs John F Simms has returned home Messrs Joe and James Clements and Misses Willie Knott and Robbie Simms in Lebanon Sunday MrsJ BHiUandchildreri of Lebanon were the guests of her sister Miss Elizabeth Leachhian last week rMrsJV Wimsatt and children tofriendsyesIterdayhe will spend several days on a prospecting trip- Messrs Hugh Marshal Joe Mathews and Misses Aileen Smith and Elizabeth Clark of Bardstown visited Miss Jennie McCabe Sunday Mrs Charles Jennings and little niece Marie Burton of Danville are the guests of her brother Dr Jl M Burton and MrisG C VhartonI was 11Irary returned to Springfield Thursday evening and went to his home at Texas Friday Mr Claybrooke is now much improved and It is believed will be en tirely well in a week or two tMarriage Announcement Mr Herschiel Smith oTTnear Bowling Green and Miss Ruby Lampton of Leitchfield will be married at the home of the brides grandfather Thurs day October 26 Miss Lampton is a daughter of Dr and Mrs J H Lamp 1rearedcomplished ycung woman and has a hostof admirers in Springfield The groom is well and favorably known in the community in which he resides He is one of Warren countys most prosperous yoking farm- ersCelebrated r A Photographer a 1 have with me for a short while Prof G H Watson the celebrated photographic instructor of St Louis Mo Those who want pictures will come at once I make a specialty of enlarging pictures A lifesize 16x20 picture direct from the negative for 2E00 Common sense teaches that a picture enlarged from a negative will be better thon one enlarged from another picture Let Agents alone and deal at home with a man ouKNOWj E A COXup- 50 JENSONTON JJ Isham has returned from a pleasant visit to his brotherinlaw Mr John in Spencer county Mrs Eliza Cox spent Saturday with Mrs J J Isham Logfde Milburn daughter of J F Milburn is on the sick list The hickorynut crop this year is a good one and the children are happy Farmers here are very busy sowing small grain L THEREFORE just at this time the DoubleStore is an ex interestingtplace gains into crowdedctowdedI able space and we are going to have the house crowded with buyers as I soon as the n e w s is spread and its aspread ing LINE J were MciNTIRE Mrs Ellen McGill of JBardstowu vis ited her sister Mrs Iiillory McIntire on Saturday and Sunday last Mr Jim Brengle bf Monroe City Mo is visiting his brother MrC M Brengle and other relatives here Mr RA Ensor of Ekron Ky was called here last week by the illness of his father MrJ B Ensor who we are glad to report is much improved at this writing Mr and Mrs J E Higdon of the Hardinskcreek neighborhood were the guests fof Mr and Mrs Frank Willett on Sunday last MrIVThe marriage of Mr Bart Smith and Miss Maggie Blandford two of o most popular young people has rI announcedMiss Blandford is quite sick at the home of her mother Mrs Teresa BlandfordMr Mrs T E Ballard visited the formers mother Mrs Ann Ballard and family at Holy Cross on Satur I day Misses Rose Corbett and Emma En sor of Springfield visited in this community last Sunday Mr J C Ensor of Springfield spent several days with his father at this pre last week Miss Annie Clarkston of near Spring field was the guest of Miss Lela Mat tingly on Saturday last Mr George Trompson of Lebanon visited relatives at this place Sunday 3Ir Richard Blandford sold to Dr RoBards a threeyearold horse for 125 Twiman Keene sold to Albert Willett DanIMessrs Smith and McCulam bought several head of fat cattle in this cum munity last week at prices ranging from 21 to 31 cents pr village are not a Plittle Frederickstown for the reputation she earned in her recent school election Mr Michael Shanahan and Miss Pru dieNally visited friends here Sunday Mr Robert Nally of Athertonville is here visiting his parents fHILLSBORO Mesdames Nan Scott and Jane Coul ter are on thesick list J Miss Sarah Shields returned home Sunday after a weeks visit wi h her sister Mrs Perry Ruby at Chaj lin Miss Zelma Mcllvoy spent onday night with Miss Judith Montgomery- Mr Ben Mcllvoy and family visited his father Mr Robert Mcllvoy at Willisburg Sunday Misses Flossie and Pearlie Armstrong and Maymie Merritt attended church at Willisburg Sunday night Mr L S Dean and two sons visited relatives at Cornishville Saturday and Maud and Eva Inman and Mr Ernest Shewmaker attended church at Mackville Saturday night and Sunday Lucien Pinkston bought a farm from Evan Sale price unknown Mrs John Armstrong and Brother Allen spent Monday with Mr L S Dean and family Sabe oulter and wife visited the latters sister at Chaplin Saturday and SundayProtracted meeting closed at Pleasant Grove Sunday There were seventeen additions to the church Protracted meeting is in progress at this place We ask all to attend With the appearance of frost in the South it is expected that more quaran tines will be raised shortly WITH I BED COVERI Father Time is rolling cold wea willing to roll to you that which turbing of your sleepthese are pose Cotton blankets 50c to 2to 1000 LADIES AND CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR inqualitiesif u see this line FLANNEtETTS We are showing an extraordinarily pretty lire of Flant espEciallyCLOTHING DEPARTMENT Onr Clothing Department is crowded with bargains as is also our Shoe Department BUGGY Sparrow i this winter with our coaL Get it in now and save on nasty days later on i Coal IS Going rvLrs Like it does each year tWatcb it and see as winter approaches A tomofour coalis worth ttons half coal half slack tTHATS WHY PEOPLE BUY OF US t 41V1+ It tHr r r v w Miss Lelia Wall is in to learn so she can manage the at this place Mrs Estella of was visiting here the first of last week She was home by Miss Mancy Ellis who remained several days burg We are glad matters have been ad force on the line and it will soon be com pleted Mrs Mary Grigsby spent urdav was well attended and out stock of E IN 1883 Bargains GSI Grundy Mclntire II 1t1 IIXI A irL delivery H Jones ntpTpTT MOORESVILLE Springfield exchange Goatley Bardstown accompanied reIcentlysatisfactorilyThey telephone weekThe severalI merchandise ESTABLISHED iiiiit IZIIXI Hot Time Can Be Had Up ttwo IWho Are They The following special from Lexing ton appeared in last Saturdays Even ing Post Being forced to spend the nighton the hard benches in the police station was the fate ot a man and woman who gave their names as L W Marshal and wife who were arrested tIleIThe couple claim to be members of a theatrical company and were en route to Raleigh N C to join the show Marshal was forced to pawn his watch and jewelry this morning for money to give bond pending their trial The charge of drunkenness and disorderly conduct was placed against They claim to hail from Springfield Ky Putting Ur Prescri tions is an adjunct of the drug business that forNo of our prescriptions w Sick People Recover if we put up their prescriptions where j recovery is possible Many now alive owe life and improved health to or pre scrl dons Bring them to us and be safe tTI ET1Jiv41 I vi z t I ITIlESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 18 1905 4 5000Reward will lie paid to any person who can find one atom of opium chloral morphine cltloroformjnMiles Remedies This reward is offered because certain unscrupulous persons make false statements about these remedies It is under stood that this reward applies only to goods purchased in the open market which have not been tampered with in any way bytheirinvigorating system and not by paralyzing and weakening the nerves as jwould be the case if these drugs were used For this reason Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are universally considered the best pain remedy 41 have suffered for 25 years with severe pains in my head heart and back and have tried everytKlne I could set and could not find any relief until I ROt a box of Dr Miles Anti Pain Pills I suffered as long as 12 hours at a time with such severe pains that I feared I would lose my mind The AntiPain Pills gave me relief In from 10 to 20 minutes I do not have to use Morphine any more I wish you would publish this so that other sufferers may find relief WALKERL Ind Dr Mires AntiPain Pills are sold by your drugglsttwho will guarantee that the pacKage will benefit If Jt falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co ElkhartInd CeoeoeOeoeoeo e one eo- oeoeoeoeOQ O QeoeoeQeoeo What will YouI READIHIS WNTERYouwili Save Money Ry selecting vour reading matter fJ from1herr Suns Club bing list a THE SUN AND Both pa pers yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CouriersJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American i 150 IZ5WeeklySemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat L75 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette225Cou-ntry Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside175Re- view of Reviews325Lipp- incotts Magazine 285 OLedger4UHarpersSunny South Ipo CLUBBING RATES WITH LOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 dailyCourierJournal days in the weeKsixt nionths230T-he Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily 1300ThePost one year 4 00 L Address TheS- pringfield Sun Ky- oeceaeCecea8a8a8 8a8aeOe-ooeoeoeooeoeooeoeoeoeoeo V5sMARKS STIXI CINCINNATI BootsShoesRubbers Cast LustWwr Best SIaa ECBOOOS RING FkMOUSBELLS w WHETTINGTOIT CHIMES HAVE AGAIN BEEN REVIVED London Minister Harmonizes Setting iwid Twelve Bells Will Peal Out ramous Chimes Clergyman an Expert in Their Use LondonBow bells are once more tc ring out In chimes above the noise of Londons traffic This is chiefly due to the keen interest taken in a historic church by the rector Rev A W Hutton who holds a curious record He was early in life ordained an English clergyman but then became a Roman Cath oUc leaving that church after seven years He was atcn time familiar as theTeeper oi the Gladstone library at the National Liberal club and has re cently succeeded the incumbent at the City church in Cheapside No peal of bells in England is more familiar than that of Bow church The famous story of Dick Whittington cen ters around them and it is the old chime of Turn Again Whittington Lord Mayor of London which is to ring out from the tower Sir Charles Villiers Standford has harmonized the setting for the stew chime which will be played on the full set of 12 bells They were rehung two years ago They have now been seen to once more by the very firm who cast the first of them as far back as 1669 That was reIbuiltantiquarians that the metal used was from the ola4 bells which had melted in that outbreak The firm was then Lea ter Pack and their records show that the tenor bell was cast in 1669 It was recast by them in 1738 and in 1762 nine more were added Two more making a dozen were hung In 1881 The tenor weighs 58 hundredweight For the purpose of the new chimes an auto matic apparatus is being fitted to the clock by a Clerkenwell firm and the bells will ring at the quarters Mr Hughes who Is an expert in these mat ters and himself not only a bell founder but an expert bell ringer has the work in hand of rehanging the peal Mr Hughes belongs to the firm of Mears Stainback and he says that automatic apparatus for chiming isvery scarce in this country r BIGGEST OF KISSING BUGS ItsReal Name Is Meccus Pallidipennis and Its Home Is in Mexico Has Dangerous Bite WashingtonThe Discovery of a kissing bug larger and more ferocious than the mysterious insect that was so often reported in various parts Of the United States a few years ago is re ported by Prof A L Herrera chief agri cultural entomologist of the Republic of Mexico A description of the bug which Prof Herrera says is known in Mexico as chinche voladora and is the cause of considerable apprehension of serious injury especially to children which it attacks by puncturing the skin with its beak and sucking the blood has reached the bureau of entomology of the United States department of agri culture The real name of the Insect is Meccus pallldipennis belonging lollieJleCuvii family being larger than the native American socalled kissing bug and is closely related to Conorhlnus the genus which includes the conenoses the most bloodthirsty of the species It measures upward of an inch and a quar ter In length and fiveeighths an Inch in width and Is black in coIo1 r with light converging bands like the markings of a turtle The insect is so large and of such formidable appearance says the bureaus report that we would naturally expect it to be capable of a dangerous bite JAIL IS CLOSED TO DRUNKS Indiana County Tires of Boarding Every Chronic Offend r Free of Charge Kokomo Ind ilred of boarding chronic drunks who spend the greater portion of the year hithe county jail the board of county commissioners has notified Sheriff Lindley that if he re cel csand boards chronic offenders it must be at his own peril anti expense The sheriff has under their In structions prepared a black list of old pffenders against whom the doors of the county jail will be closed The city of Kokomo has no jail or workhouse or even a stone pile but makes use of the countys jail The only way the offenders on the blacklist can enjoy an easy time behind the pOliceforcecity prisoners until convicted and thecity has to ray their expenses up to that time Then they will be turned loose Cats with Cotton Tails Two halfgrown cats clearly marked as hybrid cat rfnd rabbit are freaks of naurp owned by Henry Johnson col ored a Chesterton Pa merchant One of the cats Is black the other mal- tese gray Both have short cotton tails and the conformation of rear feet and legs is exactly similar to that of g rabbit while forward parts and head are that of a cat Not There The skeletons of two giants hav been found in a Wisconsin gravel pit There was a time when certain western poets were in the habit of holding annual meeting in a gravel pit but it was located in Indiana hence the dig covery in Wisconsin is surrounded n mystery Subscribe for The Sun 100 year t The Fool and HI Money lrtl1urArthur Oh i expect so Some men will buy anythingTatler Ji A Judicious Inquiry A wellknown traveling man who visits the drug trade says he has often heard druggists inquire of customers who asked for a cough medicine whether it was wanted for a child or for an adult and if for a child they almost invariably recommend Chamber lains Cough Remedy The reason for danIdon druggist IDEA FOR WIZARD BURBANK Singular Effect of a Cats Interment Upon Growth of Gooseberries Belated by Rival Resident London A new way in which animals may benefit the human race with out yielding their bodies for food is suggested by a letter recently received by the secretary of a rural English so ciety It is as follows SirI partickly wish the satiety to be called to consider the ease what fol lows as I think It mite be maid Tranx tf enable In the next Reports My wit had a Tomb Cat that dyd Being a tar ture shell and a grate fa wit we had Him berried in the Guardian and for the sake of the enrichment of the mould I had the carks deposited under theroots of a GotsTierry Bush The Frute being up till then of a smooth kind But the next Sesons Frute after the Cat was berried the Gosberfles was all hairy and more remarkable the Catpillers ot the same Bush was Ai of the same Hairy Description Cheated Death IKidney trouble often ends faLllIybut the right E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He Two years ago I had Kidney Troublp which caused me great pain and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a com plete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and nerve trouble and keep th4m constantly on hand since as I find hey have no equal C JjHaydon druggist guarantees them at 50 cents tinny IllNinny Hippo I uny Bunny just give me a little wee bite will you Jut So ReporterI understand that one of your guests cojnmitted suicide last night by hanging himself out of a third story window Lodging Hou e KeeperWell there was a roomer m the air for awhile Town Topicsj Dismal Influence Gertrude Papa you are so rich that I shall nor marry- PapaWliyilaiightcr Gertrude Oh your money will make the wrong man propose to me and tho tIght Den afraid toPuckS- mall Wish And do you think dearest queried the young man in the case that your father will consent to our marriage Sure thing replied the fair maid My slightest wish is law with him Chicago News Turn About GeorgeGrace refused me last night- GeraldDont be discouraged She does not know her mind George Think not Then I wont mind her no CourierJournal Feminine Intuition Smith reading paper What fools some men do niake of themselves Mrs Smith Now Clarence what have timetChicagoNews A Daredevil Ride often ends ina sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnica Salve UA deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele painPhysiciansArnica Salve quickly it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25 cents at C J Haydons drug store WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYwhen you want to have a job of work pone have it done at home If you go away from home to buy or if you go away from home to have work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourself worse than you do the home merchant or the home mechanic At homo the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his goods to you he has known you for years he is your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want your money for nothing If you have ever bought anything from a mallorder house doubtless you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions look nice In print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may comeback again but send it to one of he big mail order houses and It will buy 2tkent cigars for some millionaire In a European home The Sun egs to call the attention of Its subscribers to the following businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington county by honest and honor able men When you want to make purchase look over this list and select your store You thebigHAYDON BARBER- Dealers la Groceries Hardware Harness Etc lAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Grocerie Queensware Glassware Etc 4 George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroyD- enIer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles N Trains Arrives at Springfield Arrives at Bardstowrrj Arrives atBardstown Junctn Leaves Louisville Trains Leaves Springfield Leaves Bardstowri Leaves Bardstown Junctn Arrives at Louisville ROBERTSON Goods Shoes W Hasan Ice tleachman Grundy Claybrooke Mclntire Goods Shoes McElroy L Railroad Time Table Incoming Outgoing Daily ml onlyNo Daily INq riTDC FOR RHEUMATISM CUTS CORNSIUNIFEETBURNSAN ANTISEPTIC that tops Infiam mation and drives PENETRATES Pores motes Bloid giving the natural CURED OF PARALYSIS My wife had been five with her arm was persuaded Ballard Snow which complete for old sores skin Ihave does the jBEST LINIMENT ON EARTH REFUSE ALL SUBSTITUTES 25c SOcJtod ITHREE ST SNOW LINIMENT SOLD RECOMMENDED BY HAYDON Springfield DEEP CREJKI Left From Last Week Grover Elliott for the first time this summer was able the day day vjth his aunt Ida day He going around crutches with a sore foot but along this The at Mrs Cocr Sunday was largely attended There were a distance among them being Mrs Coyle of Springfield The next singing Sunday will be held Pleas ant Hill and will last all day All aria cordially attend that Mr and Mrs Wil lie Carpenter will the house va cated by our respected Mr Harvey Lawson who left for Texas two weeks ago 1rrand Mrs HC Elliott and Ct t BROS Dealelirtn Clothing Etc C Dealer InIGroceries Vegetables Beer Etc r W Dealer Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments James J Graves Watchmaker arid Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Dealers In Dry Clothing Boots and Shultz Dealers Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc and only 7No 91 25p m 600 735 650 No 42 020 a 617 703 755u J Daily No 43 1240 p m 1100 a m 930U 730 715 a m 8Q2 845 935 Daily No 705p m 502 44 p m 410 220u pin 545 p m CflflT SPRAINS Irritation subdues out Pain the loosens the Fibrous Tissues pro a free circulation of the Muscles elasticity i W S Bailey P O True Texas writes suffering years paralysis in when I to use Liniment effected cur I also used it and It work ONCE TRIED ALWAYS USED r SIZES 100 COLOUIS U s A AND C J l Ky 1 t to spend Elliott Thur is on is getting nicely at writing singing Elizabeth noughers several visitors from towns at Henry at invited to It is reported occupy most neighbor J Dry In In Suny f L 41 552n 410U daughter Mattie spent Sunday with the formers aunt Mrs Elizabeth Co canougher and son Marcus It has been given out that there will he prayer meeting at Beech Grove every Friday hereafter It began last Friday The meeting will be conducted by Mr Woodsie Coyle Spread forth good wishes and hopes of great success to attend these meetings MrJ A Seay of Perryville was at the home of Mr J H C EJliott on business one day last week The Sunday school at Beech Grove is proving a success this season It is well attended every Sunday Mr Marcus Cocanougher who has been ill with an attack of fever for some time has had a relapse The Court of Appeals affirmed the death sentence of William Van DaIzen of Louisville convicted of the murder of FanniePorter his mistress Dr W F Trusty Practical i DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dentalworkatreasonableprices AD Office over Haydon Barber Dr J1 M1 1t irRESIDENT DENTIST1 Teeth Extracted Witr out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First KyrOffice B1 D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual always reliable latheworld Dr J H LAMPTON OFFICEIn Opera House Springfield Kentucky 1 DftJ C MUD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OmCE OVER C J HATDOSS STOBK Office Hours 12 M to 2p ar Dr J IL Hopper ISPImiGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSf TELEPHONES lay 49 u Xffrt JO T SCOTT MAYES cATTYATLAW eI IWilland adjoining counties in the CourtotApipeafe and Federal Courts t CC McCIIORDr ATTYATIAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Cpurtt W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the Washhigt n- ndadjoiUhIigeujttfesax1df0 uofA- I p- W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW- Springfield Ky otwashingtonI H E WALTER V IArnAT V J 1Sprinsrfiel Kentucky a speciality Will practice adjoining S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtYWiltable Phone 84 QeoeQeooeQe eoeQe08080g HAYDON THOMPSON Undertakers add EMbalMers Springfield Kentucky Phone 18 We carry in stock a full tine of Burial RoBes and CasKets 4 We are Fully Equipped It will be our earnest endeavor tov f show the people every kidness aeoeae o80ea ae eaeaao Tobacco Farm for Sale We have for sale a Farm near Suth containing room house stock barn rood orchard well Fifteen acres of can be aiohasWiIbesoldatIsfactory sat Il on or address WEEKLYtt THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 181905 1 II The MnF- romthe Bank By HOWARD FIELDING CopzRipht J905 by Chant W Hookc I wHEN I was on duty In the district before 1 my present desk Job at Headquarters I used to see some queer things It was my busi ness along with other detectives scat tered through that region to keep it clear of known crooks and in general to watch out for the fellow who wants to practice sinful deceptions on the un wary banker or his customers Natu J fell in with some Interesting ad ventjfres i One day about noon I was coming round the corner of the Temple building from Wayne street Into Liberty Wben I saw an elegant looking woman About thirty years old jump out of her carriage and run Into the Temple bank I noticed that she got out unassisted before the footman could open the car riage door and It was evident that both the coachman and the footman ra thought that something was going to happen J I recognized the woman and the turn out having seen them there about two months before the same day that I caught Doc Turner the cleverest bank sneak in this country banging Around that corner and ran him in as a suspicious person for which I got well roasted next morning by the judge who discharged Turner and told me that It was an outrage to arrest him just because he was an exconvict dOIngDoc Turnercould exist without doing harm Some of these judges would make you laugh- However to resume my story I knew who this woman was because one of the newspapers printed her pic ture and description In connection with an article defending me for arresting Turner Jt seems that she was Mrs Gertrude Holden widow ta rich real estate man well known in that line of business up to the day of his death He left her substantially all his money =and she continued some of his opera tons being more of a speculator than lie was according to all accounts She lad a large account with the Temple bank and on the day when I torV Doc Turner In she drew several tho sand dollars In cash and the thief was within two yards of her when she car Tied the money across the sidewalk In her hand bag The newspaper which defended me for arresting Tt aer used this fact to show the danger of letting such men run loose in the banking dis trictAll this naturally came back to my mind when I saw Mrs Holden go Into the bank in such a hurry and so I step ped up to the door not more than three paces behind her There is a partition along the right side of the bank reach tog about halfway to the celling and the space behind it Is divided Into of flees The cashiers room is the third from the door and as I looked In I saw a young man named PerrY come put of that room Just In time to meet Mrs WHAT HAVE TOU DOSE WITH MY MOSET Holden face to face She stopped and stood straight giving him a quick keen look Then she pointed her finger at his breast as if It had been a pistol What have you done with my money she demanded At that I went Inside In double quick time and I was on the spot before Per ry answered He seemed to be taken all aback Whwhat he stammered I beg your pardon Mrs Holdens voice was steady but- repeatedvery high pitched when she her question I said What have you done with my money The cashier Mr Stover came out of ibis room and Mrs Holden turned to replysMr Stover said she with a strainh ed calmness my money Is gone This taStover looked blanker than Perry He did not know what the woman was talking about Come Into my room said he And at that moment he caught sight of me and made an Inconspicuous sign that he would like my help I accepted Mr Stovers Invitation and so did Mrs Holden but she took good care that Perry should enter the cashiers room ahead of her Now Mrs Holden whats the trouble sold the cashier when we were all inside and the door was shut The Indy cast a quick glance at me Mr Kelly police detective said StoverI rew 18000 from the bank five mlnutus ago said sheI put it into this bag and went out to my carriage I had just got in when this man pointing to lerlycame out and said that there hud been a mistake in counting my money lie had some bills in his baud and I naturally supposed that I had received too liJTtle I gave him the bag a lhe opened it right on my lap and counted the mon ey slowly Thats queer said he and counted it again I watched him and saw that the amount was right There Were ten 1000 and sixteen 500 bills lie put them back into the bag anti snapped the catch I beg your pardon said he The teller must have beets mistaken lie went into the bank aud I told the coachman to drive away Just after the carriage started I thought Id have n look at the money and count itt myself I opened the bag and this was what 1 foundAs he said these words she laid the bag on the table and pulled out of it a roll of green paper in pieces cut to the size of bank notes There were two one dollar greenbacks in the bunch Presumably they had beenon the out side of the green paper to give the roll a more genuine look That Is the way that the bunko game Is usually work ed but I could hardly believe that this young man Perry had worked It Perry was a nephew of the cashier and had been rather wild as I happened to know Stover did not seem to be the least bit anxious about this accusation against his nephew but he was puzzled by the case as a whole as I could see plainly enoughYoure sure that the man who came to your carriage was Mr Perry he asked Did you recognize him at the time I never saw him before replied Mrs Holden butI know him now She turned and pointed toward Per ry while she said slowly and with decision I know that coat I noticed the but tons particularly I cant be mistaken Perry was wearing a white linen of fice coat of fine and peculiar texture and when Mrs Holden said she recog nized him by that I was more im pressed than if she had pretended to know his face I had noticed all along that she was looking at the coat I never saw another like It said she Those are real pearl buttons meaning motherofpearl of course Now some men might have thought that this was ridiculous but to me it was convincing By this sort of thing you know that a woman is telling tpef truth and giving the evidence just as it really exists in her own mind Five minutes ago ten minutes ago twenty minutes ago said Stover im pressh ely hlr Perry was sitting in this room talking with me He has been away on his vacation He came back a little ahead of time this morn fug He came into this room wearing street dress and carrying his handbag gogehe pointed to it on the floor about half an hour before you made your charge against him Not more than tvo minutes before that he left this room and went to his own which is the one nearest the door He chang ed his coat and came back not having been out of iny sight more than a min ute He looked in and I said Id be busy for a little while so he went out and met you I give you my word of honor that it Is utterly Impossible by your own story that Mr Perry could have had anything to do with your lossThat was clear enough of course and Mrs Holden turned a bit pale but she stuck to the one certain fact that she knew Is there another coat like that in this bank she demanded And Perry smiled and shook his head We will now see whether anyone was sent to your carriage said Stover touching a bell Of course It was easy enough to discover that no one had been sent Mrs Hojden said I who knew that you were going to draw this won ey Nobody she replied but there was a slight uncertainty In herione You cameto the bank alone I stepsoncame with me This was Frank Holden a young man who was disinherited by his father for excellent reasons but had been treated very generously by his stepmother as I had read In the newspapers He was with her in the carriage on the previous occasion when I committed the awful outrage upon the liberties of the plain citizen byaarresting Doe Turner What has become of him I asked She was quite shrewd enough to see that I knew the reputation of her stepson JiMr Holden left the carriage ls soon as fit stopped at the4oor of the bunk she answered He went across the cigarAndseen him since jWell Ive seen him said she but he did not get back into the carriage After you got In with your money said JI why didnt you drive right looked at me keenly It wasnt more than a minute she said before the man came out of the bankBut if you hadnt waited just that minute said I thered have been no troubleShe to Stover If this man is trying to prove that my stepson stole my money sakLshe Ahe Is a stupid as most detectives are My stepson did not get Into the car riage as I have already told you He crossed from the cigar store said I and you were talking with him when the man came out of the bank Yes she replied with a smile and my satchel was on my knees and I had hold of it with both my hands When the man began to count the mon ey Mr liolden went away suspecthimgetically lljye got a different theory altogether Moreover I believe that I eau get it Lack Will yoU wait here for me a few minutes She said she would and I Went out niid communicated with headquarters telephonesThenwhich Mrs Holden had mentioned midI greatly to iny surprise I found Frank Holden over there lie was watching the bank from the wludow- Mr IloJden said I stepping In trout of him did you know that your stepmother had been robbed Hob ed he crlel XoUJlll he started Tray but I caught him by jhls coat which was not buttoned Yes said I Shes over there in the bank in the cashiers room Youd youIstreet Dill that plan buy a cigar of oui I asked f the dealer And he answered that Holden had bought one for a quar ter of a dollar Only one eh said I to myself And he had three in his vest pocket Yes yes he must have needed the ci gar badly when lie left the carriage I returned to the bank and there was a lot of talk and bother which HE RAN STRAIGHT INTO THE ARMS OF MY PARTNER amounted to nothing When it was allover Mrs Holden went away In her carriage and young Mr Holden went on foot He told her that he was going to headquarters to see the chief of the detective bureau lIe really went there I know be cause 1 followed him In fact I wasnt vry far away from him all that day though he didnt know It I wasnt q lte the same sort of man to look at tl at flwas when he saw me downtown About 5 oclock in the afternoon he led me to a house on the west side of t wn a lodging house for men He a eat up two flights of stairs and was g lug to knock at a door when it o cued and the jaultoVcQuie out Wheres the man who lives here a ked Holden anxiously Went away this afternoon an swered the janitor And Holden said What in a tone of voice that made the word sound like an oath Then I stepped up from the dark stairs and took the Janitor by the sleeve and led him under a gas lamp Did your lodger look anything like that said I and showed him a pic ture of my old friend Doc Turner Thats the man replied the Janitor Dont you worry said I turning to Holden Hes given you the slip all rijjht but he wont go far Every bridge and road and ferryboat and car has been watched since 1 oclock lIe wont leave town Hell be at headquarters in a little while if hes not there now Who are you demanded Holden What do you mean I mean that you are a smart young man said I When the newspapers wrote up Doc Turner about two months ago In connection with my arresting him and told what a clever thief he was and a sleight of hand man and nlLthat you were smart enough to see that such a slick rascal was worth knowing So you hunted him up and told him that you could find out when your stepmother was going to draw some more money from the bank Was there any way to get It Well Doc Turner undoubtedly told you that there was always a way to get money Thats what he always says So he loafed around the bank In that Innocent way of his which I once so brutally Interrupted and finally he hatched up the scheme of sneaking into Perrys room putting on Perrys coat sticking alien behind his ear and assuming to be an official of the bank sent out to count Mrs Holdens money again Of course it was no trouble at all for such a fellow to work the sleight tookeftills hat and vanished through the side door that leads Into the hall of the Temple building Am I right I had purposely moved away from the head of the stairs because I knew what Holden would do He made a break for liberty and of course he ran straight into the arms of my partner who was waiting at the outer door When we got to headquarters with him we found Doc Turner there He had been caught with Mrs Holdens money la his pocket z SALE OF Land and Personalty SATURDAY OCTOBER 211 residencea following A farm of 104 acres well improved and in good state of cultiva tion and a most desirable home Farm contains a lot of good tobacco hogshorses3 other farming implements 16 bushels rye about 600 bushels of corn household and kitchen furniture TERMS a The real estate will be sold on a credit of one and two years with interest fr m date payable an nually The purchaser to give bond with good personal security for the purchase price or make a cash payment ofat least 500 The bond for the purchase price to contain a co dition that in default of payableOnit of six months interest from date of sale YESRm W C McCHORDV SPECIAL AGENTS GIANT IS NEARLY STARVED Loss Popularity and Collapses on the Street in Hamburg Germanyr Hamburg An extraordinary ucene was witnessed in the streets here when Kappoff the Khirgese giant who until recently was the r attraction at local csXloltions throughout Germany collapsed on the pavement for want of food Kappoff who measures a little ie s than Machnow the Russian giant has since the latters advent entirely lost his popularity and with it his means of livelihood Unabl to obtain a fresh engagement he polled when half starved at the workhouse for indoor relltf promising to pay for his keeping as soon as he should succeed in procuring a fresh engagement IThe workhouse authorities however somewhat aghast at the Idea of be- Ing burdened with a giant and reluc tantly declined to give him hospitality Thus thewretched giant wandered aimlessly about from street to street followed by troops of jeering children un til at last he was overcome with sheer was assisted a NItUrnedrived him with brandy escorted him to a restaurant where he partook of a meal consisting of three plates of soup four pounds of beefsteak three portions of ham and eggs two heapedup plates of potatoes and cabbage and 14 apple tarts the whole washed down with six pints of beer The harvesters were somewhat aghast at the amount of food consumed by the giant When the bill was presented to them It swallowed a considerable por tion of the money that they had made in harvesting Later followed by a band of noisy children bearing lighted torches he wu escorted to the outlying camping ground of the agriculturists and provid ed with a bed for the night SURRENDERS AFTER YEARS Murderers Conscience Sounds Him into Giving UpHas atFamily ShenandoabPa A wanderer on the face of the earth and consclencestrlck en at Jiavlng shot to death Constable John ando in his place seven years ago VoJclech Bialecki surrendered himself at Springfield Mass It was on the night of October 12 1898 that Bfaleckl beat his wife and when Constable Dando went to arrest him Bialecki discharged a gun the contents of which struck Dando injthe breast In the confusion BIaleckies ped Dando died within 24 hours Blaleckls picture and description were sent broadcast but without effect although 700 reward was offered by the county commissioners and borough prisoner says that after escaping from the house he met some men on the railroad to whom he related his story and they advised him to flee He is 64 years old and has a family here The Federal grand jury is investi gating counterfeiting and moonshining charges No witnesses have been heard iegardihg the Western National Bank lifne Subscribe for The Sun LOOT year if 4 IXatraOr Wiggs I went to a memory school last year- WaggsYon dont sayWbat was the name cf It Wiggs I cant remember San Fran cisco Call Some Seasonable Advice It may be a piece of surnerfluous ad vice to urge people at this season o Chamberhimto be needed before winter is over and much more prompt and satisfactory results are when taken as soon heforeithascan only be done by keeping the remedy widelyknownone should hesitate about buying t in foraleby STRANGE FOSSILS FOUND reeToed Horses Giant Hogs aaiAnimal Part Deer and Part Hog Lived in Oregon Berkeley CaLThe first official but oIat Berkeley It describes some of the strange monsters that peopled the country known as the Bad Lands Among these remarkable beasts are ex tinct pigs and peccaries as large as cows leastInterestinghorse The elotherium or giant hog feetlongThreefourths of the remains of aal hoodedbeastspart hog These varied In size from tkat of a dog to that of a small cow storyA IT Churchill of High Wycombe England alongfsuddenlydartedwith a fine trout in his mouth America Understood A restaurant keeper at Lucerne IIimade a special concession to Americas visitors who ate remarkably numer unIg Hsh and French spoken Americas also understood j 4 Shoes Made To Order I have secured the services of an experienced shoemaker and am now prepared to make shoes to order Nothing but stylish and durable work will be turned out I I LET ME MAKE YOU A PAIR OF SHOES S TO FIT YOUR FEET I I WfARJ RepairingI1 have secured the services or Mr Ed Lawrence who will be sewingmachine meOppositeGeo B aorM THE SPRINGFElrf SUN WEDESNDAY OCTOBER 171905 I Dizzy Spells and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are biliousBiliousness is caused Dya badly disordered or inactive liver Dr Caldwellst Laxative z Syrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens it and restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonder ful remedy has been demonstrated in thousands of instances and it will work wonders in cleansing and setting your whole system aright Its good effects are permanent DR CALDWELL S SYRUP PEPSIN can beobtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded If it does not benefit you Your postal card request wnibrinsr by return CALDWELLSBOOKOFthose who have never tried this wonderful remedy Write toda- yPEPSIN SYRUP CO- Ma tleell Illinois Sold By Red Gross Drug Store LONG RUN Messrs Ed and Charlie Cocanougher were iIi Danville Monday on business Miss Mattie Begley spent Saturday and Sunday with her cousin Mrs Lee Cochran near Lebanon Miss Gertrude Coyle was in Spring field last Wednesday Mrs Josie Coyle of Springfield spent several days with her son Mr J M Coyle of this place Miss Gracie Cocanougher is improV ing at this writing Messrs C W Oder and Will Nally of Fenwick were in our midst last week Mr Marcus Cocanougher who has typhoid fever is slowly improving Several at eated the singing atPleaS ant Hill Sunday Miss Georgie Cocahougher is Visiting Mrs A H Crain at Brumfield this week Mrs Melvina Young visited her daughter Mrs John Staten Sunday Misses Hattie Arnold and May and Myrtle Cocanougher visited their grandmother Mrs Nancy Cocanougher last Wednesday night Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderson spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr J M Harmon near Pleasant HilL Mr Martin Matherly has about com pleted his new residence on the Drury place Mr Ed Cocanougher was at Crain town last Sunday on business Mr Harrison Coyle attended prayer meeting at Texas Thursday night AN ODD USE OF MAIL BAGS Congo Women Cut Out One End and Wear Them as SkirtsFashion Dictators Pleased L Brussels The Belgian postal author ities have discovered that the natives of the Congo Freee State are making a strange use of post office property For some time the leather pouches In which the Congo malls were carried had been missing V They were traced to the Congo Free State It was found that the native pos tal officials had distributed them as gifts among their women friends The black women employ the pouches for personal adornment They cut out the ends pull the bags over their heads and fasten them around their waists by means of the leather straps They arcs r wearing them with evident pride t At Last The Russian and Japanese soldier may now go home and organise vet trans associations James J McCarthy once famous as a Chicago Alderman is dead th- ereChamberlainsI Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy famous for its cures over a large part of the civilized world It can alw7i be depended upon It contains no or other drag and may be given se ooaldent1y to a baby as to an adult Price 25 eta Large Size 50 eta J i I CARDWELL Mrs W G Sims will return this week from a twoweeks visit in Owen county lRev E Sommers closed his meeting at Tatham Springs Saturday BornTo the wife of H J Brpwn October 3 a girl and to Mrs Gra ham on the 12th a girl Mother and jaby doing well Our assessor J I Royalty has been getting his work in on those who at tended Bethel church during the past week W L Graham and E T Perkins were in Lawrenceburg Monday on busi ness Stock bales Holliday Kyler received a car load of cattle at this place Friday from the following William Lay a cow at 2 cents W P Hatchett fourteen heifers and one steer ranging in price from 2 to 2f cents James Derringer eight head heifers and steers at 2 to 3 cents Sid Voteau three steers at 2 cents John T Voteau a heifer and a steer at 2J cents and a cow at 1 cents Holli day Kyler sold to Roy Pinkston 21 ewes at 5 per head W L Graham to S P Casey ten ewes at 575 per head Same to John McMillin 20 elves at 550 per head Same to H H Graham sorrel horse 80 cash James Parkins to W L Graham an aged horse 40- J T Moberly to Erastus Moberly a roan mare 100 S T Roberts to W KParrott five yearold mate 130 G W Lambert toH J Brown a steer at 2J cents and a cow at 1J cents Isaac Durr to J R Wood milch co v 25 E T Perkins to B Lawson one veal calf 745 H J Brown to D Baker mare 50 E T Perkins to H J Brown cow- s2 X E Moore to S H Gardner a three yearold mare 100 E G Holliday to Joe Sanders three cows at 2J cents and two cows at 21 cents HJ Brown to W Graham a cow at 2 cents and five steers at 3 J cents H Hellord to W L Graham two steers at 3 cents and a heifer to E T Perkins at 2J cents W L Graham sold his fine bunch of twoyearold steers 23 in number to Russell Walters of Harrodsburg at prices from 3 to 4 cents The steers averaged about 1200 pounds 3 E An Old Story Rave a gtJod time at the beacn asked Ethel No deadly dull replied Maud Only two men there lWell couldnt you land oneof them Oh yes but I was engaged to them both last summer CourierJournal Ashamed The cow doth war a look of grief And hang her head while walking slow SheK heard about the cost of beef And that Is what affects her so Evening Star SHE WAS WISE Bessie Id never marry a doctor Bertie Why not Bessie Hed never send you traveling for your health Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Optimism No matter how poor we are We have the sky for a blanket For candle tt little star And say the Lord be thankltl N 0 Times Democrat Hence His Silence Why dont you make some ringing speeches against the trusts Nothing to gain answered Senator Sorghum The public woulnt believe I meant em and the trusts mlgbto Evening Star It Would SeenfSo SheAll the modern big guns are rifled are they not HeNot necessarily Quite a number f societys big guns are smooth bores Chicago News Not a Mile Can this horse beat230IJ Yes If the distance Isnt too far Cleveland Plain Dealer Insomnia and Indigestion Cured Last year I had a very severe at sleepatfor three hours after each mealFains troubled this way orabout three months when I used Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets andre eived immediate relief says John DixonTullamore Ontario Canada For ale by p J Haydon druggist Subscribe for The Sun 100 year READ THIS Trenton Ky Jan 241902Dr E W Hall Louis Mo Dear Sir Please find enclosed 100 for one bottle of your Texas Wonder I used one bot tle for kidney and bladder trouble I want this bottle for my wife It is a real wonder and one of the greatest medicines in the world I was passing pure blood and one bottle cured md sound well Youcan use my testimonial and photograph if you wish YoUrs truly R A WILLIAMS Real Estate Agent A Texas Wonder One small bottle of the Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kidney and bladder troubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sions weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist it will be sent by mail on receipt of 1 One small bottle is two months treatment and seldom fails to perfect a cure Dr E W Hall Sole Manufacturer 0 Box 629 St Louis Mo Send for testimonial Sold by all druggists IN MEMORY OF MY f fATHER JOSEPH THOMAS CORDON Sunday August at Oclock Like the last fragrant rose Of summer father goes earthTherth To children friends and home Meeting calmly his doom In his fatal illness With the d athlike stillness layHeExcept The Lord knows best but there is rest Nothing but Christ for me I shall stfon with Him be The oldehurchhedtd love And its meetingsdid prove Refreshingto his soul goalTheHe receives when he dies On Sunday at eleven lJeavenWhatHe must hae had in that clime With loved ones gone before Greeting on that blissful shore With redeemed spirits there And his Savior to share On His bosom to rest guestWhatTo have such honored part In the church of God above Where all is peace and love Full to brim is his cup breakupAllAnd his Sabbaths have no end He is gone but has left To beloved here bereft Legacy of moral worth Best of all on this earth Honest man good at heart At hard toil did his part pureIfGod to trust for His grace Him to save and bless the race deepPassions forgivingIn He tried faithfully to do throughToward tie believe he was true Blest the righteous when he dies His new in the skies And when with life were done Whateers lost may Heaven be won W T G Bethlehem church 100 years old How to Cure Corns and Bunions First soak the corn or bunion in warm water to soften it then it down as rawingblood vigorouslyforcorn plaster should be worn a few days to protect it from the shoe As a general liniment for sprains bruises lameness and rheumatism Pain Balm is un Haydondruggist In a fight over a woman at Middles boro Ky Tilman West was shot and instantly killed by Mark Smith A SMALL PACKAGE But Wonderful as a Means of Comfort in Your Rome Nearly pvoryono Is fnmlllnr with the old tciying Unit goort things come In ifinnll paclJJigcs IIovv tnie and a pro priate this old saying is of Panuwnpli First Aid to flit Injured There Is really more comfort and relief in n one o11lUlhottllOC Iaraeainph than u punt of old fashioned lotions linlincnts nUns etc The healing and relieving properties of Paraeainph for all manner of aches sores and pains art so remark nlile that vltliln three years time it lids become America most jMipulnr houses hold remedy Iaracamph Is a clean safe remedy contains no morphine opium cocaine or other poisonous drugs for which reason it Is safe for every member of the family from tho baby to grandfather Your home Is not complete without a bottle of Para ininph In the medicine chest If you have never us 4 Paracamph take home a bottle today and try It for any ache or pith that you may have from head to foot Dont hesitate If it falls to give 11nnn do exactly what wo claim for 1t4 take the bottle back to moneyicause It saves her worry pain and money Dont Walt until you get hurt and have an ache or pain to purchase a bottle of Paracamph Take It home today so you will have It In case of an emergency Sold by nil good drug gists In 25c roc and 100 bottles The Paracamph Company Louisville Ky UjA Y gtIt t Springfield Market Bacon Haws 15c Sides l2i4c- Beeswax24c per pound Butter15c to 20c per pound ChickensHens 8c Spring 12Hc Dried apples Sc per poundI iCornEBKS l5c per dozen Feathers 48opor pound Flour JiJQto GluseugS7Jather t pound nratn VVboar rnrn 00 v Oats HidesGreen 8Kc to Lard12c per pound Liino to Sloo per barrel Still product Bran Sloo slilpstufF t 120 pei pounds Potatoca Conntry 60c Onions Salt 145 and 5185 per barrel Turkeys fc por pound Tallow Ic per poun- dVlnegnrsic to4oc por gallon Vcol Burry and greasy HHc clear of grease 20e tub washed 28c Country Sorghum loc to 50c Geese 40e a peice Onion Si SUBSCRIBERS FREt COLUMN J S Janes has for sale seven nice shoats 80 or 85 pounds T M Reed Route Route 1 has for sale highIkedSherman C Martin Springfield has for sale twenty shocks of sugar cane the best of feed Qbay Goddard Valley Hill hassfor sale three Duroc boars C L ShorthornH F Litsey R F D No 4 has for sale four sows and pigs wheat Springfieldand two No1 good mares Clarkson Haydon have for sale 500 bushels of extra seed wheat for fall Mrs Sue Knott Route 4has for sale one yearling and one suck1ngCounty Member colt one yearling horse colt two milch cows eighteen stockshoats and nine tons of baled hay Mr H S Litsey Route 4 has for sale sixteen good nativebred ewes Work of the Octopus The cow having Jumped over the moon Is being interviewed on the sub lest TWhy did you jump so high asks Jack Spratt Confidentially replies the cow I was trying to put beef higher than the trust can But at this juncture the dairy trust began sprinkling formaldehyde on the milky way and the attention of the pub lic was divertedJudge An Abiding Faith uIdOIft see why there should be any difficulty about settling these life Insurance complicationsTremarked the patientlooking man The enbie thas commanded that tention rf some of our most eminent menYes But they ought to send for the agent who got me to take out my policy There Isnt anything that man couldnt explain Evening Star Natural Mistake Farmer Foddershucks Well them actresses Is pretty an theyre certainly rigged out scandalous enough fer any body but I cant understand inoren half they say Whats the show about any how HIs City NephewS h Why unCle the curtain hasnt gone up yet youre looking at one of the xesCleveland Leader Sad Blow As I was passing your house last night said Mushleigh who was try- Ing to make a killing I thought I heard an angel sing Til get you an Introduction re sponded Miss Bunchoflt ewere all away from home last night and the cook was entertaining some policemen in the kitchen Cleveland Leader A Mere Misprint MabelWhats Grace so terribly In dignant abou- tMaudeWhy young Nuwedd mother in the dark hall last night mistook her for his wife and printed a kiss on her ruby lips- MabelIs that all Well she ought not to kick up such a row over a mere typographical error Chicago Sun Regardless- You want what 7 gasped the rich mans secretary Jest what I said replied Windfall decisively It seemsthese old families are turnln up their nose at us and I hear that one of em said we aint got no an cestors Now you hustle out an git us- a carload of the best ancestors money kin buyHouston Post Advice That Failed What broke again exclaimed the rich uncle You should fake Solo mons advice to the sluggard about go Ing to the ant for So I did uncle interrupted the penniless nephew but aunt says she Is in tho same deplorable condition hasnt got a cent Cincinnati En quirer The Sermon Mother criticising the new vicars sermohI think It was too high First DaughterOh no ma It was too low Second DaughterI think Itwas quite broad What do you say dad Father I know It was too longAlly Sloper r Al Walters a wellknown Memphis Term man was fatally shot there by John Gill bartender t r 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