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Digital page images are linked to the text file. be priugJitlb fl1twDEVO- TED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY j VOLUME n I SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 j IIUMIEl3 THE EDITOR OF THE HERALD NELSONS WHISKY ORGAN WHERE HE RESIDES WHAT HE ONCE STOOD FOR AND A FAMOUS THREAT HE ONCE IADEHEIS WHOLESALE WHISKY MAN You are a wholesale whisky man Your business is in the city of Louisville You reside at Crescent Hilla suburb of Louis 41 Tille When the people of the Cres localcentoption you allied yourself with ftthem and made a fight for local option You told ProfH Kt ffiaylor of Louisville that If LOCAL OPTION DID NOT CARRY YOU WOULD NO LONG No2 of the Daddyless Herald is out areag lnbrought against Jesus Christ and our Father in Heaven A blot of SHAME is upon it And it is being waved in the faces of astonished audience in the churches of Washington and Nelson counties SHAME the preachers cry And in an undertone the people mur mur U tr1ZCONTEMPTIBLE r DEFAMER ut lets ulpok atH this issue of the Daddyless Herald brieflyn On the second page beginning with the firstcolumn will be found an article headed Loved By a Mad Man It is illustrated And INSTRUCTIVE- A bad bold wildlooking man has a pretty woman in his grasp He is trying to kiss her But it seems that she is struggling and we believe she will escape However this is onlysupposition He may succeed in kissing her But we hope not It may Be doing the man an injustice to sayso but we believe he has delirium tremens f r He acts like he seers things And from the expression upon his face we are constrained to believe that he has been drinking some of that Louis villeMainStreetbooze THE SAME iKIND THE BOYS DRANK DURING THE FAIR LAST WEEK We gather this from the wild look about his eyes He is on a ship and ifhe jumps uver board you may know he has been drinking the Louisville brand But we are concerned about the wo man If she breaks loose from the wild man the villain will still pursue herb And he may catch her again ButlJetns all hope that he will jump overboard In the next column is an article heajd ed The Kings Order- sItsYLLUSTit TED Arid INSTRUCTIVE In the picture are three men they appear solemn They have very seri ER RESIDE AT CRESCENT HILL BECAUSE YOU COULD NOT AF FORD TO REAR YOUR BOYS IN TNEATMOSPHEREOfTHEBAR ROOM Now if you can not afford to rear your boys jn the atmosphere of the barroom do you think the fathers and VashingIton and N n ford to rear thejr boys in the atmosphere of thebarroom M3r dar Sir let me say to you that the fathers and mothers of ous expressions upon their faces At the first glance the reader is con vinced that something is about to hap pen Something very SHOCKING Just beneath the picture we find these words Jv READING HIS DEATH WARRANT Thus it will be seen that something did happen Something SERIOUS One of the poor fellows in this pic ture MUST DIE Thats FATAL We presume he is guilty of murder and that he was drunk when he did the killing I Its fair to presume thusly For 90 out of ev ry 100 hundred mur ders are charged lijectly to boozej And we suspect that the booze came from Main Street LodisvilleTHE- SAME KIND THE BOYS DRANK DURING THE FAIR LAST WEEK Thats the kind that makes a fellow do things r It makes him + BREAK INTO JAIL ASCEND THE SCAFFOLD KNOCK AT THE DobROP THE HOUS 1LIAIMAND DESERT llOME AND WIFE AND CHILDREN r On the third page is an article illustrated with the lctifre of awoman a child And a POLICEMAN You will also find on the third page atr article entitled THE AMERICAN HOMEy This article is illustrated withjthe pic ture of a beautiful home The sort of a home owned by the whisky dealersQt the country Its a palatiallooking placei Just the sort of a home you haVe seen spent over the counters of home of your barrooms You haveseen unhappy wives turned ontof homes like this picture repre sents because the husband spent his earnings for thatj tuff that the Daddy less Herald attempts to defend This picture in nowise representsthe drunkards home But it represents THE HOME of the Washington and Nelson counties love their boys juste as much as you love your boys Dont be selfish Dont try to fasten upon us that that you yourselfwould flee from Every line of your attempted argument printed in the Nelson County Herald in defense of the barroom is answered by your- ocvn local ootion record And nothing more need be said ROGERS GORE The Daddyless I1erald man who MAKES DRUNKARDS Who MAKES WIDOWS And ORPHANS And HUNGRY children And HEARTACHES And TEARS And RUIN i And DESPERATION And SUICIDE And MURDER It doesnt represent the home of the drunkard Ah no The drunkards home has a chim ney falling down and a roof caving in and DESOLATION all around it And through the broken window may be seen the haggard worst face of an unhappy toiling woman the emaciated forms of starving children and over jt all a curtain of DESPAIR Thats the drunkards home There are no roses along the walk for him but in his pathway are a thousand THORNSAnd Daddyless Herald of the whisky contingency has the audacity to offer suggestions as to hOW to build a HOME But it also tells you HOW to DESTROY 0 A HOME Homebuilding upon one page H ME DESTRUCTION upon another Thats the way the Daddy less Her aid has it A wonderful sheet Give us something next wedlcon BUILDING A JAIL An ALMS HOUSE An INSANE ASYLUM A SCAFFOLD Barring a statement signed by At torney John S Kelley answering some questions of a legal nature there is NOTHING more worth commenting upon id the Daddyless Herald Judge Kelleys statement reads like something the Daddyless Herald DID NOT WANT But had to take Because BEHOLD THE STRONG ARM OF THE LAW On the first and last pages not even the picture of a SNAKE is printed These pages are BUlI BOMBASTIC And BOOZEY ROGERS GORE Election Next Saturday Aug 25 Go to the Polls Early and Stay Late Vote and Work and the Majority For Local Option Will Be BIG Scripture Editor of the Daddyless Herald and a Few Remarks The Scripture Editor of the Nel son County Herald should uncover his hiding place and come out in the open For unblushing effrontery unscrupulous misuse of Holy Writ and daring blasphe my he certainly leads the procession Were Barnum alive he would doubtless enlist the services of the Pinkertons to discover this strange specimen of the genus homo who evidently believes the old showmans pet saying The people like to be humbugged Carefully reading the output of this brainy writers prolific pen one cannot but conclude that the said Scripture editor is moving heaven and earth to secure something to justify his own course and trying to buifd a bridge whereby he can sneak into Heaven He surely does not expect to fool any reasonable student of the Bible into the belief that that Book contains any ar gument in favor of Washington county or Nelson county saloons And that Mr Scripture Editor is the crux of the present campaign in these coming elections Mark that downI Mr Voter keep that clear issue clearly in mind We wish to be judged by the stan dard of the Scriptures t writes this splendid exponent of that sacred vol ume So said certain murderers of olduHis blood b upOn our heads And for nmetee i centuries they have suffered the very stigma they willingly invoked upon themselves Wish to be judged by the Scriptures Do you Sir Then heed well neighborHabakuk 215 Wine is a treacherous dealerwho enlargeth his desire as Sheol and ho is as deathHabakuk 25 Who hath woe Who hath sorrow They that tarry long at the wine they that seek mixed wine Look not on the wine when it is redAt last it biteth like a serpant and stingeth like an adderPart of Proverbs 232932 Be not deceived Neither thieves nor covetous nor drunkards shall in herit the kingdom of GodPart of I Cor 6910 when David fiad called him Uriah he did eat and dritiK before him and he made him drunkSamuel 1113 But the thing that David had done displeased JehovahII Samuel 1127 Recall Noahs drunkenness and its shameful result Gen 921 Recall the drunkennessof Belshazzar and the sacrilege into which it led him together with the fearful loss to the nation whose interests he jeopardized for drinkVerily it is notso easy to make out a good case for the saloon which is the principal cause for drunkenness from the Bible For such references as the above could be multiplied again and again Then too the whole spirit as well as the letter of the Bible must be taken into account And that is thor oughly summed up in the Bible command Thou shalt love the Lord with thywhole heart and thy neighbor as thyself j Until it can be shown that the saloon makes men really better the saloon stands forth as an enemy to manhood and if an enemy to man hood then an enemy to Godand if an enemy to God then hardly to be approved by any twisting of Gods wordBut heres a poser for the brave 1 Scripture editor Give your readers just one passage of Scripture next weekJUST ONEthat even you Sir can show as endorsement of the open barroom in Washington or Nelson county And remember that THAT IS THE ISSUE to be voted onthat and thatonlyTHE BARROOM Can you Sir PROVE THAT RIGHT FROM YOUR BIBLE If not Sir YOU will not confuse the sovereign voters by your attempt to beclaud the real issue of the campaign EDIToRIALEDITOR WOE TO HIM THAT BU1LDETH A TOWN WITH BLOOD AND STAB LISHETH A CITY By INIQUITY iTUiHafATmRS Of WASHINGTON COUNTY A father owes to his son no greater heritage than an EFFORT to give to Jiim a smooth track oer Lifes Great Thoroughfare and a happy voyage oer the Treacherous Seas whQse ships are anchored in the Ports of Eternity You may leave to your boy hordes of yel low gold and mountains of silver valleys of fertile acres and stables of cattle but if you fail to remove from his pathway the temptations and the Snare and if you let his life run as the mountain streams run he will fall oer many precipices and you will have neglected to give to himjthose things which are of vaStI more to him than all die riches of the worldSpBRIETyHONES1Yj INTEGRITY HONOR AND LOVE OF HOME How willyou vote next Saturday r Will you not vote to remove the temptations and snares frprirj your boy from your neighbors boyfotIitheboys ol Washington county Do you believe you can afford to vote for the barroom J Give the matter serious thought Weigh the question And then vote the way the little whisperings in your soul tell you If you vote for the barroom and by some chance the ToomAshould win in this county on next Saturday you are RESEONSIr BLE for its existence You can not excuse yourself with the plea that others voted for itiYou are INDIVIDUALLY responsible And then some time in the future suppose your boy amjirdered by an insanely drunken fellow a man made druni fromwhjsky sold over the counter of one of the barrooms you voted Jor Yhen looked upon his cold corp e can you truthfully say tAM Jty J WISE RESPONSIBLE fprhfs death And now- murder lets go to the home of the boy who is charged with the Lets suppose his father Voted for the barroom and that hisboy THE MURDERER was made drunk from whiskY sold over the counter of one of the barrooms that eTHE FATHERvoted for When the father looks upon that boy in the sickening gloom ofa prison cell can he say truthfully say My son I AM IN QXylfe RESPONSIBLE for you beiiihhie Nol he can not i VV He must go back home to his wife the boys mother and say to her I AM RESPONSIBLE Can anything be more terrible Are rou not afraid to cast your vote for the barroom Are you not afraid it will be brought home to you some day m an awful manner Are you not afraid that your vote will put the little boy you so dearly love in the clutches of a demonSThinkabout these things r See ifou jean convince yourself that a vote for whisky is a vote for RIGHT j So ethm9n your soul will answer TIS WRONG e cast your vote for the barroom If you do not want to come out in the open and announce that you have undergone a change of heart Remember thatyou vote the secret ballot and none but the eye of your God rests upon you TILL tHE LAST ARM D FOE EXPIRES L l 1STRIKE FOR YOUR ALTARS AND YOUR FIRES STIKE FOR THE GREEN GRAVES YOUR SIRES GOD AND yOUR NATIVE LAND AS TQ VOTEBUYING r- We have heard it intimated that the distilleries over in Nelson county there are twentyeightof em J intend to buy the election in that county September I We dont believe this can be done J In the first place we do not believe a great many voters can Se bought to cast a vote for that thing which some day mightj cross the threstihold their own homes and leave there the everlasting print of DESPAIR j A man it matters not how lows into the pitof immorality he may have sunk still hasa heart and in that heart is born a patriotism tb ward home hand all the money in Christendom cant pbliterateji or destroy it Its as eternal as the hills as imperishable as hesou1 And there are not many men who will sell their love for home But for the sake of argument let us admit that a sufficient nuM ber of voters to carry the election for whisky over in Nelson stand ready to barter their birthrights Will the lawloving lawabiding people of Nelson count permit such a damn ble transaction to be consummated Certainly they will not They doubtless already have the traps set with easy triggers If they hayent they are invited to come oyer in Washington count and see how its done There may be some attempts made early in the day on nexjSat urday tq buy Votes but the fame will De broughtito quick ending Murk these words s i The adtoca es of local option have never sufferedany uneasiness that this election will be bought They have hadsome in4matioii that au attempt would be made to buy it but =THEY KNOW JT CAN NOT BE DONg V The issue before us is a moral issue andlits going to be cartie out along moral lines Jfl Jif Vatchand e eJ iWl r b 1 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 l I ATTORNEYSSTATEMENT loct6rs lave No Right to Sell Spirituous Vinous or Malt Liquors In Local Op tion Territory r Im view of the misleading ports being circulated and especially the article published in the NewsLeader of August 16 udder the head He Is It we- deem it due t6 the voters and citizens of Washington county that the following statement should be made relative to the status bf affairs in Washington county in the event the majority of the voters Should vote against the sale of spirit emus vinous or malt liquors in said county The statemants Being made by in dividuals and in substance contained in the article referred to are that if lo tai option prevails in Washington county every doctor in the county and any Bother that may come in will or mayif he desiresbe a walking saloon that flje porsicians amount not to exceed five gallons at one time that any doctcjr may procure a government license by paying 25 and then sell whisky to anybody whom he Ctfekks needs itand the like without laying himself liable punishment 1st We say that absolutely the Only difference between the old and the new Vocal option law is that the OLD made the precinct or the towp the unit while the NEW makes the county the unit tad We say that if local option carries in Washington county then any doc personunder360 i or more than 100 or confinement in the county jail forgot less than ten nor more than forty days or both in the discretion of thejury The section of the Statute and Local Option law providing the above punish mlit is 2557 and that portion of same reads as follows oCArid any person who shall sell barter or loan directly ot indirectly any convictionfined in the jail for not less than ten nor more than forty days or both so fined and imprisoned in the discretion of the court or jury f r each offense Thisjs BOTH the OLD and the NEW law and provides like punishment for doctors and everybody else 3rd We say that section 2558 which is also both the oldand the new law states who are exempt from this punishment and absolutely nobody doctor nor anybody else is exempt under the manner in which this lection is called Provijsums npt to procurement and use of said liquors for sacramental purpose + druggiststJIenthe prescription of the doctor arid the doctor would have been authorized to give the prescription to anybody who he would be willing to say needed it ifrence a disreputable drug store we have none idou county now but they wpald come could procure a disreputable doctor tq give prescriptions and sell donejas now to voters countyc Hrt5 commonlya1ledany express company or other common carrier that ships whiskey into local jjption territory the express company or other common carrier may deliver not exceeding 5 gallons of whiskey to a druggist or dooctor but in this bill neither of them is given authority to sell directly omdirecty a drop of it 6th We sav that any doctor who sells spirituous vinous or malt liquor in Washington county if local option prevails will b liable to precisely the same Banishment that any bootlegger or operator ofa blind tiger will be liable to He may give it aWay but he cannot sell it directly or indirectly Nor can he give a prescription on himself or any otler doctor ithout making of himself a BCndti er or bootlegger and liable tx the punishment provided for such people 7th We feel sure that no reputable lawyer in I entucky will sign a written opinion different from this citing authority for s me or that any will sign a statement to the effect that if local option carries in this county any doctor will dzawfi the right directly or indirectly to sell spirituous vinous or malt liquors J W F GRIGSBY- w F NEIKI K A M DUNG WDCLAYBROOKE 1 C M McCHO D r W CrMcCHORD W E SBLECMAN It isso plain under the law tbat no physician br doctor will have any more night to or loan spirituous vinous or alt liquors in Washington ooanty if local option prevails than any other individual in the countythat I do not hesitate to endorse the above statement I H THURMAN MILLS BORO r Correspondent Writes An Enter taming letterI lion W C Ca1mack and wife of Wardsville visited thier daughter Mrs J D Sutherland of Sycamore galley SundayI 4Miss Lieu Colvin a popular young f of this community is very sick With typhoid fever The saloons of this county canno amore run without using up boys than a sawmill can run without using logs The only question then if we permit them to remain in this county is whose 1i03ll will they use Yours mine or whose There have been several men in this aacinity during the week buying hogs anti paying as high as 8 and 10 cents Her pound A large crowd from here attended hurch at MackVille Sunday Prof t Sdynter made a short but telling speech fie ore the regular preaching hour in behalf of local option He said that he center of the State was near Pleas ssxit Grove church and that the core should be pure and we should vote 10 cdoption and the rest of the State would soon follow our cxamplw and UNI r 4ld State would soon ba frtro trmm Mf t nor Rev Pike in the oponhig mk9 strong appeal for local eptlrt HftKi Mackvillepeople are ot Mtak cal option Watch Uwfcr Wg Wta This community tlw tilt r rop that it has had for fWMW ta itobacco crop is not se jt4 Mt i nuch rain Wome at 11 4i2jd labor is acaroa HMV til tt ill JtD era have resorted tar l t e t to kill the wKim tpl The pubficr sth 4 M thb plMt eiir rwe manag1to Mir Id Smith is doing nicely AverY large number axe in attendance and all are highly pleased with her as a teacher Last weeks issue of The Sun was a dandy Editor Gore completely annihilated the Nelson County Herald The Garden of Oaks was one of the best things we ever read Every one was complimenting it to the skies Next Saturday we will decide one of the most important questions ever be peopleThethat day iybur people will be far- reaching and an important matter in the history lof our county No one can vote against the sale of whisky and ever regret iti but many who vote for the sale of it may see and thatsoon the day when tney will seriously regret it and like Esaumay repent with tears but too late emember when you go to vote that 90 per cent of the mur ders committee are the result ofjwhis kyand 75 per cent of poverty idiocy insanity theft and other crimes result from the sale of whisky Therefore if we permit the jiale of it to continue in our county we ourselves are the authors of 90 p sr cent of the murders and Jo per cen of other crimes de generative dise jes and poverty Voter cqnsider these facts before you vote and when alon in the booth with the stcnqil in your hand ready to stamp y ur ballot ask yourself the qnestion 1 want my on to become a drunk svd and to tin a drunkards grave and Vie UrHblu a drunkards hell where if Ura fvmvitr burns or do I want my jqjhttir iaho W now so fair and love t iii jnnrry ra drunkard and her future K0lMM foreyar blasted Then in l lir4t GOdforthe Sake tif your dfe sad w humanity for which Jilt gwnr bimsolf to elevate ilir4 Inst the sale ofwhisky arting Mylookin down andI HIS ROOM Took Life and Ran Away Said Mad Guest Who Posed as Guard Danville KyOn account of a de layed train which caused H G Veal guard at the Lakeland asylum near Loulsvflle to miss connection for that point with Richard Offut an insanu prisoner from Somerset Veal applied at the Danville jail and asked to remain until morning Jailer Fitzger ald escorted both men into the place Veal in the van The night was dark ind the jailer did not know the guard rom the prisoner He showed the len a vacant bed in the jail corridor wasefttic followed the jailer outside and told ttum that he was the guard Officer Fitzgerald showed him to the best porn in his residence and Introduced iini to members of his family Early n the morning the guest appeared at he jailers doQr and stated that his oomhad taken life and walked way and that he had been looking ill over the place for It The officer ecame alarmed and rushed to the Jail to find Veal greatly exercised over having been mistaken for the crazy man The lunatic was taken Into Im mediate charge and carried to Lake land on the first train He threw things right and left In the room he occupied CRIED OUT 4ThatArnett Fell on the Ground Dead Salyersville KyThe worst feud battle in the history of Megoffin coun ty was fought about dusk on Middle Fork four miles east of this place be twben the Risners and Arnetts on one side and the Gulletts on the other The one dead is Warner Arnett a farmer of Hendricks Clay Gullett of Middle Fork is fatally wounded John Gullett a Xieander Risner are slightly hurt Arnett was stabbed In the back the knife point barely touching the heart but he died without telling who was responsible for tbe itnlfe thrustIt th Leander Rlsrier and Clay Gullett were engaged In a friendly suoting match while a number of their friends stood about siding with one or the other Others were in the house talking to the Risner girls Ar nett suddenly ran out of the house crying that he Was killed and dropped dead In full view of the crowd watch Ing the shooting Instantly there was a rush for guns and soon nearly every one who could secure a gun was shoot lag and witnesses say that the wonder Is that many more were not killed COUNTY JUDGE Is Sued bYa Former Legislator For Alleged Illegal Fees Central City KySuit has been filed by Dr T J Staton a member of the last legislature against S X Sparks former county judge to recover about 1750 that Sparks fs al leged to have received In fees while he was in office Sparks claims to have been instrumental in settling the railroad tax of the county and was allowed a fee of 1000 for nis services It is also claimed that ha was allowed about 760 as road and bridge commissioner These allow antes are said to be illegal To Oppose Bennett Maysville KyJ N Fraley of Morehead was here to quiz the voterr- in reference to the democratic nomina Lion for congress In the Ninth District to opposb Joseph B Bennett the republican nominee He will announce his candidacy in a day or two Two Were Killed Mlddlesboro KyIn a fight between railroad men and a constables posse at Crab Orchard Va A 0 Powers and ChaS Smith were killed The con stable went to arrest one of Powerss men and he led the resistance it U claimed Will Take the Veil Newport Miss Celeste OShaugh nessy daughter of Newports million alre distiller Peter OShaughneiwy has entered Mt St Martins academy where she intends to take the veil She gave her jewels to relatives Capt J B Ryan who served with distinction under Gen Forrest died at his late home near Russellville Ky Chamberlain Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the yearThis remedy jk recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value It has received thousands of peopleItsicians with the most satisfactory results It has often saved life beE re medicine could have been sent or or a physician summoned- It only costs a quarter Cpui you afford to risk so much for so Kit EDV IT NOW uoa r Dr W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed OfflcaoverHaydon Bather B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old MoasaclniHotts Mutual always reliable and the best dividendpaying company in the world Your insurance HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFIcE 7to 9 a mHOURS j 4 to 8 p m DR J H LAMPTON DR Jj C MUDD LAMPION AUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY orncE oJ Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M Dr J+ H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMSi1 NURSE 1 TELEPHONES f Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington and adjoining counties in the Court or Appeals and Federal Courts G C McCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all state and Federal CourtaL h W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will the courts of Washington and adjoining countiesand in the courts of Aw pealsI W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will in the courts of Waabingtop and adjoining countiesand in court ot Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky Office in Robertson Building Will practice in the Courts of Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals IS M CAMPBE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty gd anywhere Terms reason able Phone NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts All kindsofponsioabusiness u specialty Have been in thlrtynve yours THOS J Grave- sOoOooooOOOoOoOOOoOoo I MISS IZZIE MONTGOMERY NURSE I Phon sDay 89 Night 106 OCXXXXX3OOOOOCXXX3OCXXXJOOOOO 000000000 C M Tuniey Lee Riloy Jr O TUMEY RILEY LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Melt PHONE 1- 8oo000ooo0oo 0 I WANTED To know if there is anybody who does not knowthat the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER CO carries a complete line of everything you need when you do any new building ori repairing For instance Cement of all Kindsi Roofing of all Kin sCrr Brick and Lime Fly i ScreeningsE Rough and Finished Lumber 1 Anything in the building line in is our stock Springfield Lumber Co Ladd N Railroad Time Table t Incoming TrainSv u 705pArrives t m 1Arrives at BardstownJunctn 650 906 Louisville 730it 430 Outgoing TrainsDaily 555 a m 715 a m IKK p m Leaves Bardstown 612u 800u 220uBardstown Junctn 655u 845 410 pi ni IArrives at Louisville 745u 935u 545 p m THE Both pa pers1 yr Bryan Commoner 175 Weekly C15Week-ly 0 Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 175 Weekly Atlanta 175 Semi W eekly fiL Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175- TbriceaWeek Newfork World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist Iv75 American Epitomist 150 American Farmer 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review lof Reviews 325 Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunnv South 150 CLUBBING RATES L WIT- HLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Tidies one year J5 00 The Sun and the Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sunday 8 20 The daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3W70 The Sun one year and the daily CourierJournal any three days in the week six 30IierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Herald one year 3 00 The Sup and the Louisville Evening Post one vear 4 00- i oo0 0 1THE FIRST I I C a NtionaBankSPRI fc G wM11pM1M i CAPITAL 50000 o Surplus and Undivided I Profits 25000 a OFFICERS J- I B L Litsey President John W Lewis Vice esld6BL 0- o A O iloElroy Cashier L B Cain Asa Cashier DR E Foster Bookkeeper 0 DIRECTORS CtB L Litsey J W Lewisia W D lay brooke icott Mayes I1113j GJnoI I We every favor consistent 6 with safe banking If you Gnot alr ady an account with this0 0 bank we invite your patronage 0 O O ontJ Q lono m t OnlYNo Daily No 43 1No Daily No 41 522uLeaves 600u Daily No 44iLeavesSpringfield Leaves SUN AND Daily onoQoOOo 0000000000000 a0 THE Chaplin Waterp r Power Roller Millg r Is ri1D BEST FLOURr 00 THE lEST MEAL 00 QoDInother sections of Washington IO cOJnty our brands are sold 0 Buy them and get THE BEST 1 D B SUTHERLAND I 2 CHAPLIN KY 0 o9oQoo Qo- oYOUNEEDIT oooooooooooooooi SALVE CURLS Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 146 testi monials coming from people who IiaV been cured or greatly benefited theput year This is a new salve having been on the market about oije and the 1426 testimonials come jas a resNjlt of the sale of 2646 boxes V j For Sate By AH Drfe fist DR J W THQMAS Clod enville Ky 000000The r AND The Sun ONE Y- EARS2O0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906tJ+ i1IiI t tiltiI iJ 1a tI lill HitII l 1tt rIl + f I F CASHhf I a rCOALJx In the Future I will Do a Cash Business Allowing Liberal Discounts I iAhead on Goal LIi W when the coal is purchased here 3E We do not raise prices on every rrumor of a miners strike or a block on the railroads Not until the aqtuaj cost to us ad vances do we charge more and then the increase is a fair one I + t4g M P J t f t t + + A Elrod Morgan Whips Big Bul by Biting Him on the Nose EltpdMorgan colored whipped Coir onel hinns big dehorned Jersey bull in fair fight at the fair grounds Thursday The Colonels animaland one belonging to Major Castleman that were separated only by light wire fence were about to get together and furnish some amusement when Morgan stepped in to lead the Chinn animal away He caught hold of the halter and turned his back when the bull knocked him down and got on him with his knees and began to butt him in most ferocious manner Morgan fought as best he could but the big crowd of spectators thought he would surely be killed Morgan however got the bull by the nose with his teeth and in spite of every effort of the animal to shake him off he hung on for dear life and in five minutes the bull threw up its tail andbellowed with pain and gave up the fight Even then Morgan did not relax his nose hold until overcome by weakness Then the bull thoroughly conquered and glad to get away from such foe beat retreat Be sides his other terrible bruises one Morgans arms was broken Dr narsdall who was on the grounds hurriedly summoned and rendered the wounded man aid After being vived Morgan was taken home in wagon and is getting along nicely Harrodsburg Herald Killed Wife Committed Suicide Fulton KyIn Wealtley county Tennessee seven miles from Fulton Castleman farmer killed hi wife and committed suicide He hie- bushes near her home and shot her Family troubles caused the murder Reviewed the First Regiment Camp W Beckham was given most cordial welcome to this city and to Camp HIS ris where he reviewed the First Regi ment of Kentucky National Guards the presence of 8000 pimple Killed in Melon Patch Franklin KykHenrj Jones one armed boy was shot and killed In the melon patch of Will Hobdy cropper on the farm of Judge Milliken Hear lug noise In the melon patch Hobdy fired in its direction hater he came- upon the lifeless bodz of Jones WANT E rIIKinds of 1tJ l Feed Stuff I I I AM CONSTANTLY IN THE FOR OATS HAY CORN AND ALL FEED STUFF WILL PAY THE HIGH EST PRICES r L The Yellow Fever Germ recently been discovered It bears close the malaria germ To free the system from disease gems the most effective remedy is Dr Kins New Life Pills Guaranteed tenure all diseases due to malaria poison and con stipation 25c at Hay kns drig store Reasons Why You Shpuld the Saloon tXCIIA It nevet builds up manhood but tears it down It never beautifies the home but often wrecks it It never increases o4es usefulness but lessens it It never allays the passions but inflames them It never stills the tongue of slander but loosens it It never promote purity of thought but poisons it It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them 8i It never protects theballot box but defiles it iit never makes happy families but miserable ones 10 It never prepares one for heaven buffer hell 11 It never prompts to right doing in anything but to wrong 12 It never diminishes taxes with allits revenue but increases them IS In net renders ithe Sabbath quiet 11t desecrates it 14 It never protects our prop erty personal safety but endan gers them militates against it 16 It never creates ambition and thrift but invites laziness profli gacy poverty idleness and crime ons and promotes grace destroyer of the soul 19 It never teaches honesty and uprightness but incites the incendi aryl apply the midnight torch It never protects man but andiill k In Marcum Eight for Beattyvllle Ky The Jury In the trial of French Abner anti Smith- charged with the murder of James Marcum was discharged by Judgo Dorsey with eight for conviction and four for acquittal The jury reported to the court that would impos Bible for to agree even dellber ated week longer For elghthours the Jurors mere out and each ballot was the same from the start Seven of those for conviction were from Pow county rvictory yet jwon by the In any tthe Breathitt county feud cases Mrs Marcum and the attorneys for the prosecution expressed sat Isfactlon at the result of the triaL All Of the defendants were required to ex November This will have little ef feet the prosecution saYs far Smith and Abner are concerned they are now being held ball for the alleged murder Cox LID MAY BE OFF Mayor Barth Louisville Makes Concessions to Hotels Louisville KyIt looks jvery much as the lid will be lifted In Louis vile within very short time and that saloons would be selling drinks on Sunday on tho quiet within two weeks Mayor Barth In an Interview says that hotels will be allowed to sell drinks with regular meals hereafter hut they must be bona ndo meals and not sandwiches Many regard this as an entering wedgo whereby the ad ministration to come down gracefully and soon permit the sale of liquors on the quiet on Sunday in all the saloons The saloon keepers affect to be displeased because of the mayors order and say they regard unfair that hotels should be allowed td sell whilst the regular bars are closed Both pay the same license fee and tho character of the permit to the saloon the same to the hotel meeting of the Retail Liquor Dealers Protective association has been called to discuss the situation John W Langley is said to bea receptive candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress in the Tenth district Taken to the Asylum- James Spalding the man who burned the barn belonging to Mr John Weis iger confessed his crime and was adjudged insane on last Monday morning- in Judge Nichols court wad token from the jail last Tuesday afternoon and sent to the asylum at Lakeland Dr Brown of the asylum force was sent here to take charge of Spaldmp who was given into his hands some time before the train left Spalding listened when was explained to him that he was to go with Ur Brown to the asylum and consented without murmer to this course He seemed to be entirely in his ight mindand was even cheerful bidding his friends goodbye and ex pressing the wish that he might cover and see them all County Herald i To find out for whether or not your heart is affected One pe son in four has weak heart it may be you If so you should know it now and save serious con Ifo have short breath hungry spells hot flushes if you cannot lie on left side if you have fainting or spells pain around heart in side and arms your heart is weak and perhaps diseased Dr Miles Heart Cure will relieve yotu Try bottle and she how quickly your condition will improve About ienr ago wrote the Mlles Medical Co asking advice was suffering with heart trouble nnd had been for two years had pain my heart back and left side and had not been able draw deep breath for two years Any little exer tton would cause palpitation and could not llrt my left side without suffering They advised me try Dr Miles Heart Cure and Xervlne which did with tho result that am better health than ever was before having pained pounds since commenced taking took about thir teen bottles the two medicines havent been bothered with my heart alnce MRS LILLIE THOMAS Upper Sandusky Ohio Dr Miles Heart Cure sold by your druggist who will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind MI Split i w4 6 Easy said but howC We sell coal + 4ibuyIt goes farther costs no more and heats Wthereand up to you to buy coal of us save money d PAY HIGHEfPRICES HffEDS AND FURS I I I PAY cHHI011coL M Jif JONES t i i 0 H TFIGHTb a a a a a a re J P a HarrJsKyGov J C a i a a a a r 0 MARKET a resemblanceto G J Twenty Oppose i 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 f ofI a t or aschurchlchaingangs norna o a familyhapJ5iriessendearmentsof t JURY DISAGREES CaseStood Conviction rourfpr- Acquittal j B It It If It a Leeils commonwealth 10Cso as as wltljout D if a Is It as Is as A i attentively it a i re againBoyle ItCosts Nothing a certainty a flutterinpalpitation smothering a a I to da I I In to a I on to I I In I 14 I it I of Is If It + Your Goal tBill I andI FOR I NOOSE SLIPPED When Death Trap Was Sprung Under WifeMurdererJohnson Louisville Ky When Joe Johnson wlUlInof tbefe son county Jail the noose slipped His moans were heard by the 500 spectators Physicians who ex amined the body said the mans neck had been broken but his heart beat for 24 minutes Johnson kissed his brother goodbye He marched firmly to the scaffold and met his end stolid ly Before mounting the steps he surveyed the crowd looked heavenward and stepped to the trap praying Two of Johnsons brothers are in the peat tentiary for having killed their wives BECKHAMS ATTENTION Called to New Naturalization Laws by Commissioner Sargent Frankfort KYov Beckham received a letter from Commissioner General F W Sargent of Washing ton asking him to have the proper officers notified ot the changes made Ii the laws by the last corigress relating to the taking out of naturalization par pers Under the new law county and t1atIthorized to issue them as the latter are clerks of the only courts that have jurisdiction in county or other suits involving unlimited ambunts of this state I For a Cowardly Deed Greensburg KyJE Franklin arrestedIgard who was assassinated as he last asleep In his hoijse Franklin Is ia brotherinlaw Hoggard There 111I no positive proof In the ease only c cumstantlal evidence Annie Henson on TrialjBarboursvllle KyThe case of An Tile Henson charged together wjtb Jesse Fitzgerald With the murder ol Mrs Robert Broughton is now isrprogress In the Knox circuit court The crowds in attendance are not so large as during the trial of Fitzgerald r Kentucky Incorporations Frankfort KyThe following new companies filed articles ArcadeIHenderson Lumber Co Henderson 56000J A Subscriber Prom j Nelson County i h Bardstown1 Ky August 201906Editor of ThejSjmngfield Sun My DelL Sir Enclosedifind 100 subscription for The Springfield Sun for one year Our fight is drawing to a close in Nelson county with extra oodprospect2ot success If we win and as I said our prospects are bright and fencouragincj our Victory will be largely due to the manly and couragous stand taken by in ob your paper The Springfield Sun We could have made no fight wHhoui it YOU haye edited a great paper during this fight and proven that you datea to stand for what you believe to be right ResUectfulliMORgAI YE teLL This will be the last issue of The Sun our Nelson county friends willjrecefvef We believe you are going to win You have upon your side JRIGHjTj TRUSH and JUSTICE Its mighty hard to defeat these three Let the fight oe waged aggressively to the end and victory isypurs It pleases the edito of The Sup to feel that the paper has helped you in the fightt Goodbye But why not subscribe for The Sun f roneyea 3 We willguarantto ae liver ONE DOLLARS WORTH of the good s during the year- thousand J i lsubscribers from over in Nelson uJdIplease us Yt4 guess A huiidred would tickle us The Sunla ONE DOEtAR A TjJBA R f T 5 r 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 19W = J a GENTS FURNISHINGS A NEW LINE OF MENS UPTODATE FURItR NISHINGS JUST RECEIVED THE LATEST PAT r TERNS IN COLORED SHIRTS ALL SIZES Itil = f it WHITE SHIRTS NEWEST SHAPES IN COLLORS tATTRACTIVE NECKWEAR ALL THE NEW STYLES IN HATS GIVE US A CALL ibi r THE ROBERTSON CLAYBROOKE CO me 17Jl- 11 SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday August 15 1906 pawISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY fINSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher 1 SprinJdieldICYis TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION tee Year fl00 MX 60 Three Months a chahgedalways8 going as well as the postoffice to which you wish It sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OP BARDSTOwk NELSON COUNTY FOR APPELLATE JUDGE NON J P HOPSON OFELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLERK ROBERT NOE AL K HtL AT THE FAIR People who attended the fair last week were given an dppor tqnity to see in a most vivid and disgusting way the workings of the barroom middleagedImen were drunk old men were drunk But toraise the Lord the women were sober Booze was HANDY booze was FREE and the imbibing was prolific DEBAUCHERY was in the saddle and it rode a swift hossj justed pates loomed up like full moons pistols popped and prc fanity fantastically play d upon the winds CastleCatlett faijlv bulged and the prop ret r looked puzzled I He had plenty of standing rook but the boys- couldnt standand that s where the rub came il1J Indeed OLDBOOZE worked over time It was strong Rank pisen And had the fire and fight in it s A pet rabbit escaped from the working worldsniffed a snuff of the flowing stuff whipped a yaller hound ahd hased a bull pup clean around the ampha theater And the man who didnt see D enough of old man Al K Hols mischief during the days of the fair to convince him that a change is needed in Washington county had cinders in his eyes A number of fathers saw their sons in drunken debauch and straightway announce a change of heartIIt was enough to change any sort of an old heart and turn a a liver up side down j The handwriting hdalready appeared upon the wall and the letters were bold and plain but the work of the bpozevender during the days o the fair en livened the script until each letter appearedas a leaping flame upon a tower And thy dfys are numbered UNRIGHTEOUS THING Sad Experience 1 Boyle County Herald JR Steen bergen HUSSileft last Thursday for Harrodsburg where he was to have been married in the afte oon to Miss Caldwell of the Shaker Bend community He diked himself in wedding clothes and drove to the Caldwell home to find that his intended bride who had been a long sufferer from typhoid fever had taken a sudder relapse and died the day before and that arrangements had been completed for her burial that afternoon He attended returned to Har rodsburg and took the train for Dan ville Valuable Discovery Kentucky Standard A greatvein of marble it is said has been discovered on a farm on the Boston pike several miles west of Bardstown Parties were excavating last week for the purpose of settling a sawmill when the vein was struck It is eighteen inches in depth and extends for a considerable distance The product has been examined by ex perts and it is said they pronounced it marble of the purest and finest quality Esquire E H Arnold of Boston was in town Monday with a sariipte of it and so far as The Standard was able to judge it was of a very superior qual ity What will be done in regard to the discovery we were unable to learn but the find is conceded by all who know anything of it to be of a valuable nature and it is reasonabla to suppose that measures will be takes at notice to quarry the marble and get it on the maaket If you want to buy a goon farm read the list offered for sale by B D Lake A Healing Gospel The RevJ C Warren pastor of Sharon Baptist Church BelairGasays of Electric Bitters Its a Godsend to mankind It cared me of lame back stiff joints and complete physical col lapse I was so me an hour to walk a mile Two bottless of strongIutes and feel like walking three more Its made a new man of me Greatest remedy for weakness and all Stomach Liver and Kidney complaints Sold under guarantee at C J Haydon drug store Price 50c Daily Herald AID SUM 200 II Ii I t BewareHere ing money and wWskey in elections Kentucky Statutes Section 1586 says i Any person guilty of receiving a bribe for his vote atan election or for services or influence in procuring a vote or votes at an eleclion shall be fined from 50 to 500 and be excluded from office and suffrage Whoever shall receive money or election to be held in Washington county on Saturday of this week will be the most hotly contested of any election ever held in the county The barroom crowd is desperate and will leave no stone unturned to win by fair means or foul Hence this warning The writer learned from a prominent business man of Springfield on Wednesday morning that dastardly trick is likely to be sprung in all or part of the county on the very eve of the elec for the purpose of procuring or influencing a vote or votes shall be deemed to have been bribed J And then Section 1575 provides a severe punishment for any man who opens his saloon or sells or gives anybody a drop of whiskey on election day The Local Option people are going to enforce these provisions WainingEditor led The exact nature of the diabolical cheme has not yet been ascertained It may be a circular purporting to be signed by local option leaders urging you to vote for whiskey It may bea Ropeback of some other sort It may be simply a verbal lie circulated by riders over the county Whatever ft is pay po attention to it If it comes advise the precinct chairman tJnceland dont be fooled A V TER JUDGE I H THURMAN WILL SPEAK AT COURT ROOM THURSDAY EVEN ING sTOMORROWSPEAKING BEGINS PROMPTLY AT 8 OCLOCK IBD1 LAKESList of Farms For SaleCONTINUED PROM PAGE 7 dwellinggood50x60 ft under pining Jayeq in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of grass in this year No 26House 7 rooms in Springfield 2J acres of ground stable hen house smoke house spring in yard lot fenced in 6 lots Cheap dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good rond J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land tome good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 par acre easy payments No 29103k acres 6 miles from Springfield on new pike good 6 room dwelling tobacco room holds 6 acres of tobacco 30 acres young grass under good fence well watered all out buildings young orchard planted Price 3250 No 30115k acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six J room new dwelling 1 barn l small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre t No 31t35 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 2500 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 h 1f Mr Bryans Return The Hon W J Bryan who has been on a tour of the world for nearly twelve months has cabled his brother Charles W Bryan at Lincoln Nebraska that he would reach New York August 30 He will visit New Haven and Bridgeport Connecticut August 31 Jersey City NewJersey September 1 Chicago Illinois September 4 Lin coln NebraskaSeptember 5 St Louis September 11 Louisville Ky Sep tember 12 Cincinnati Ohio September 13 At each of these cities great prepara tions are being made to entertain him royally and the attention he will re ceive on these visits will possibly be unprecedented in the Ihistory of this country NELSON COUNTY Local Option Speakings Howarditown August 30 230 G W Young D D New Haven August 24 730 Morgan Yewell and W A Burns Samuels August 25 730 W R An derson an Chas Anderson Mt Zion church August 25 300 P L King Howardstown August 28 230 C L Collins Collins New Haven lAugustI 28 730 C L Balltown August29 230 C L Col lins New Hope August 29 730 CL Collins Nel onville August 30 230 C L Coflinij Boston August 30 730 C LCqllins Time will be divided with anyone de siring to represent the saloon and present its merits If it this any to the public Midshipman Is Dismissed presidentcourtmartial dismissing from the naval service Midshipman RobertA Jackson This midshipman entered the academy in 1901 and had completed his four year course and was undergoing tho customary service of chargedIhe has been convicted ofj the same of tense Tug Run Down and Sunk Green Bay Wis Aug 20Satur day in broad daylight the tug George W Bennet was run down by the steamer Saugatuck of the Green Bay Transportation company In Green Bay 18 miles from here She went to the bottom in seven minutes and the crew had narrow escapes with their lives befpre reaching the barge Bald win which the tug was towing The Bennet was valued at 15000 Explosion Causes Heavy Loss Orange N J Aug 20A fire which followed a violent explosion destroyed the hat factory of Frederick Cum mings Sons Co causing a loss of about 300000 and throwing 500 persons out of employment tFrightfully Burned Chas W Moore a machinist of Ford City Pa hadhis hand frightfully burned in an electrical furnace He applied Bucklens Arnica Salva with the usual result a quick and perfect cure Greatest healer qn earth for Burns Wounds Sores ficzema and Piles 25c at C J Hay don druggist A CHRISTIAN r 7 WOMAN Makes a Sirong Plea For Local Option Editor of the Springfield Sun Please allow me to express my admiration fof your fearless and zealous course in the cause of temperance So many are afraid that their purses or their popularity will suffer that they shut their eyes to the evils of the saloons and ma quiet way work for them or pose as neutral This is no new phrase of human nature It was manifested in they day iiof Gideon when he with his brave band Qf three hundred waS pursuing Seba and Zalmuna he asked food pfi the men of Sueanth for exhausted men- The men of Sueanth replied Are Seba and Zalmuna now in thine hand that we army1rGideonthey would Ke and then the men of Sueanth would be sorry that they had refused aid Judges 8th 57 So I believe will every man Who holds himself a Christian a friend to his fellowman and an advocate of that which is sightsee the time when he will regret that he failed to Help in this good work il know they argue that whisky helps the town which I do not grant but if it does I reply woe unto the city that is built by unrighteousness Woe unto them that call evil good and good evil that put darkness for light and for darkness that put bitter for and sweet for bitter sweet And ohhow much b of heart is suffered because of sonsj husbands and friends yielding to the temptation placed before them Ask any of these bondslaves of liquor and tneywill telfyou they didnt star out to become drunkards but the chai of habit enslaved them and they had n power to break the bonds Let us try to save them if possible from a drunk ards grave but if they are past hope let us rescue the young menere the followtheir example Let no one put a stumbling block or ab occasion to fall in the way ot his brother Can an j Christian man vote for whisky and fee that he is not doing that Answer to God and your own cons ience Andsuri pose Springfield through the liquor trade should increase in wealth and all swePtlawayyhen we would build it up so to speak on wrecked lives of young men wrecked homes robbed children and broken hearted wives Better is a little with righteousness than the great revenue of the wicked But if on the other hand those who love God and their fellowmen will put their influence on the side of consciousIness of doing that which is for the good of mankind and that which meets the approbation of God iWe are our brothers keeper II However human nature would like Cain shirk the responsibility Dont let any one comfort us in the judgment and say you might have helped me in my weakness but you did not There are frequently testing times in comm wellyas in individuals This one There is always a right and a wrong sicje to every question I appeal to every voter to be sure you are right Believing that you Judge Thurman and others are on the right side I wisf you God speed and I hope and pray victory will crown your efforts Je pecqulIYi QiRs NE j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 IW6 5 a 1k1 Jr Mf Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in flagon Block up stairs foocaVote early Text Saturday is election day 4jLOSTA last Friday Return to the Sun office and receive reward Clarksoh Stiles Co bought of Claybrooke Durrett 10i1 hogs that weighed on an average of 220 pounds When you want a picture framed re member I make frames to order G B TAYLOR B G Fox Company will be at Springfield Ky county court day Aug 27 1906 to buy 100 mule colts and 50 yearlings LOSTJn Springfield last Friday night a gold wayhIadyssize Rc turn to Sun office Reward Salt Rising and Cream Bread received daily HAGAN BROS There will be a prayer meeting at the Springfield Baptist church next Satur day at 830 All are very- cordialIy1invitedto attend WANfDIOO good hands to work on road Apply to GEO To CLbMENTS Road Supervisor r All persons having claims against S E Mcintyre deceased will present same properly proven on far before Sept 15 1906 Mrs Mable Mcintyre admtx strayJdInformation will be appreciated Reward BAILEY Route 4 Springfield Ky Dr Latimer will arrive Thursday Pfesbyterianchurch evening SThethis week Misses Fannie Smith Lil 6Messrsand Theo CampbellbC L Brady near town has for sale 16 mules 10 mare mules and six horsed mules Will sell county court day broke to work Two and three year olds Messrs T Scott Mayes and W D Claybrooke have been added to the di rectory of the First National having been elected directors at a r cent meeting of the officials of the institution One of the greatest sermons ever delivered from a pulpit In Springfield was that of Rev William H Williams at the Baptist church on lastdSundamorning His subject Citizenship Ohio capitalists have formed a tom pany to work what is believed to be a rich diamond mine In Elliott county in what is undoubtedly the crater of an extinct volcano The rock formation is said to show indication of diamonds NOTICE Mr H B McElroy having disposed of his interest in the firm of McElroy Bros alP persons indebted to the firm are requested to settle their accbunts at once Gajll upon W D Mc Elroy at McElroy Shaders grocery MCELROY BRos- STRAYEDMy buggy mare large brownstrayed from place last Sunday night Slightly hipped 15 or 16 hands high Liberal reward Mrs Elizabeth Durrett t Rev C L Collins of Bowling Green superintendent of the Anti aloon League for the Bowling Green district is In the county nowright out on the firing line Mr Collins is ah able speaker and gives his hearers with every utterance something that makes them say Thats so LAND FOR SAEI desire to sell 11 2 acres of land situated rllis burg and Waldens pike oncountyi road Good state of cultivation good house good barn good water well fjsnced plenty locust timber Good tobacco land Apply to BEN EDWARDS Springfield Ky The Academy of St Catherine of Sienna near Springfield Ky will be opened to a limited number of pupils the first Monday of September 1906 For further information address jSister Directress The Special premiums offered by our enterprising pi duce dealer M H Jones for the est eggs shown at the fair brought ou twenty entries in this ring and they were as tine sa lot of eggs as thrifty lens ever laid or lordly cock crowed or The first prize often dollars was won by Mrs E 0 Walker and the second by W G Grundy James Dooley Was shot and instantly killed yesterday at Columbia by Elijah Burton following a difficulty which had occurred between the men the day be re Burton was fired upon when he entering his house with a man named Powell and the latters sor Both were wounded NOTIcEThe undersigned firm hav ing dissolved partnership all persons knowing themselves indebted to us are requested to makes settlement at once The books of the firm can be found at Robertson Clay brookes office- Respectfully ROBERTSON BROTHERS The Kentucky State Christian Church Convention will bd held at Louisville September 24th to 27th An unusually attractive program has been prepared and it is expected that fully 2000 dele gates will attend the convention Every railroad in the State has granted the low rate of one fare plus 25 cents for the round trip and this undoubtedly will be conducive to a large attendance s A womens prayer meeting will be held at the Methodist church Saturday August 25th at 930 a m Any woman in Springfield and neighborhoods adjacent is earnestly urged to attend We meet to pray for the tfiumph of righteousness and truth for your fathers sons and brothers Dont fail to be there Too MUCH BOOZE The Harrods burg Herald says lAshby Simpson colored was fined 50 and costs in Danville Wednesday for bringing more than one gallon of liquor into that town with him He had a gallon and three pints which he said he was bringing to his father The new law provides that no person shall bring into a local option district more than one gallon of liquor for his own use nor bring any amount for another for hire The law is very stringent and the minimum fine is 50 THE NELSON CouKTY FAIR The fair at Bardstown beginning Wednesday September 5 and ending Saturday septemberS will be better than ever before The ring and floral hall pre miums have been largely increased 350 is offered in the Sweepstakes ring and 175 is offered in the Sweepstakes saddle ring Many ther large premiums are offered in 0 and numerous rings which will ring inany fine liorses The beautiful grounds good music and other interest attractions will make a ayfor those who attend i FAIR HOPLast Friday night th Springfield Hop Club gave its Annual Fair Hop in honor of the visitors her during the fair The dance Was thoroughly enjoyable and while som doneeevery one a heart and a wish to attend another fair dance Among the visitors were Misses Anna Figg and Laura Browne Moore Creel Lebanon Lease South Carolina Los son and Marshall Bardstown James McYryt Spalding Timmon Lebanon Ewing and Cooke Louisville and Mattingly Bardstown FIRM CHANGES The Marion Falcon saysMr B J Lancaster has sold his one alt interest in the shoe and gents furnishing business of McChord Lancaster to Mr Charles McChord of this qty and the new firm ot Me Chord McChord will continue bush ness at tjie same old stand The deal also included the formers onehalf in terest in the house which they occupy the price for same being 2500 The new member of the firm is a son of Dr R C McChord and is a young man of splendid habits who has won the esteem any friendship of all with whom he has come in contact and we confi ently predict for him aj success in this his first business venture muiSBORO V Mesdames F W and W fi SUther- land spent last Thursday with Mrs J M Montgomery Misses Agnes Hines acid France3Li sey attended the speaking at Willisbu Sunday afternoon Mesdames Nan Scott and Etha ter spent Tuesday with Mrs Mat In man Rev W E Sutherland andwi spent Saturday and Sunday with rel a tives in Marion countyI Miss Jennie Settles of near Lebanon is visiting her aunt Mrs J H Settles this week The farmers in this neighborhood cutting their tobacco The meeting at Hillsbpro begujl night All are invited to attend Several from here attended meeting- at MackviheSpndayR GREA T- SUCCESS Was the Fair From a Financial Standpoint Large Crowds z Last Saturday after a four days meeting the Washington County Fair closed the most successful ex ibi tion ever given in Washington cou ity The fair was not only a success from the standpoint of the stuck exhibited and the prizes given but from a finan cial standpoint as well The weather which had been threatening and stormy until Wednesday cleared up and bright skies shone upon the merry maker and upon the sleek sides of the wellfed weligroomed animals on exhibition The entry list this year was very large and the contest for premiums very cIa se and exciting indeed every exhibitor had such excellent fancy workS pr duce animals etc on exhi th it nearly every one before the j sayIIn atte dance this fair surpassed any ever giv non the old fair grounds especially he crowd of Saturday being a record hr aker Thp th ee big rings of the fair were the hundr sd dollar combination ring of Friday w hich was won by Robt Walker W 1 Smith being second and the Clifton Sock Farm third The saddle rjng Sat relay was won by Clifton Stock Fa m W W Hughes second and B W Phillips third And the one hundred dollar roadster ring in which J C James won first and third and Robert Walker second The officers of the fair are to be congratulated upon the number of matgnificient animals which they were able to bring here and upon the suc c aICORRECT MARKET REPORTS Springfield Market Bacon Hams Sides 12Kc Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound CbickensrHensJl4 c Spring l1c- Driednpplci 5c i 0r round IDucksi per pound Corn 3Ieal75c to 80c per bushel Eggs 13o per dozen Feathers 4iie per pound Flour 2COto Ginseng 3750 per pound Oraln WLeat cornSOc Oats 40d HidesrGreen 9c to 1OHc Lard per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran 80 shipstnff jlOCj per 100 pound- sPotatoesCountry ifs Onions 85c Salt 8irelTurkeys ixjr pound Tallow Jc per pound Vinegar25c to 4oo per gallon oftCountry Sorghum 45c to roc Gee e50c a twice eGrain Provisions Etc- Chicago Aug 18 speciale0 Minnesota patent juteiOMH20 straight export bags J315 3300325eAYHEAT Venk September 69i70V May 723i Q73MC CORN Dull September 474Sc May 44044S4C OATS Dull September 29KkS29c D cepiber 3233rTTERSteady Creamery per lby 1523c dairies 1418c EGGS Firm Fresh eggs at mark new cases Included lyc per dozen prime firSts IGMc extras ISc RIVE POULTRY Steady Turkeys pet lb 12c chickens fowls per lb lie dubks llHc New York Aug FLOURQUiet and about steady Min nesota patents J420S440 do bakers J340 winter patents J3SO415 do straights J360S375 do extras J2S5C336 da low grades J27S830 vWHEATDecember 4S80c May 83ViS3HC RYE Nominal No 2 western 62c c L f lNew Pock- CORNDull and without transactions Live Stock Chicago Aug CATTLEGood to fancy steers J575 675 cpmmon to good steers J4GCvQ675 in fester to common steers J3SOOfl60 west ern range steers J400SW good to fancy cows and lielferd J375555 yearlings good to choice J4508600 fair to choice feeders J377M25 good cutting to tall beet cows J240Q320fair to choice stock S2atC10 bulls good to choice J410CM50 s fair to food 300g600 calves good to choice II GSGood tb choice butcher JG2a0 640 good to choice shipping 25G40 goo to choice heavy mixed 610tj620 rough to heavy packers 5joflGOO lIh mixed JG10fi635 fair to fancy light ij2 g645 good to prime heavy 6051iG2I i good to choice pigs J610S625 Omaha Neb Aug CATT1 EMarket unchanged Native steers J425625 cows and heifers 53003 475 western steers J300fi625 Texas steers J275425 cows and heifers J2 385 canners Jl50S2SO stockers and Ice ers J28UtM4p calves 300fi 75 bulls and ooa400 higherrgJa95ii625 pigs J500Q600 bulk of sales 1SHEEPstorks steady Yearlings J325 QC10 wethers J460S625 ewes J400g500 lambs J6 5fi750 feReports from Hardin county are to the effect that this year will show one of the greatest yields of staple farm products in the history of that section astYouneedit THE SUN t i STOCK POISONED L On Paris GreenValua ble Annimals Die On last Wednesday evening the 15 on the farm of Mr Ross Key near Jensonton a very valuable mare a smckling mule colt and a three year old work mule which was a good ono got to four boxes of Paris Greerf each holding a pound which had been left in the barn and ate all but about a pound It was found out in a short time when Dr Crosby was consulted over the phone he recommended lard and eggs which was given but with out any apparent effect The oldest mule tools the lock jaw and his limbs became stiff a short time before he died The mare seemed tosuffer ex treme pain the sweat running down her Jegs and dripping off her mane Both seemed to get better just before they died We just let the little mule gd thinking it had not eaten enough toI hurt it but it was found dead next morning To add to Mr Keys trouble the mule was a borrowed one But Mr C L Brady from whom he had borrowed the animal was generous and required him to pay only half of the mules value I give this as- a warning to all who handle PariS preen I know itwill kill for I saw the deadly effects of it that night that is what it is made for be sure anli keep it where there is no possible chance for stock or ahything else to get it that you do not want killed be sure and bury deep or burn your old cans or boxes that have on them the poison and dont trust this to boys and hired hands see to it yourself Dont get the idea that a horse or sow must eat a box or two to be poisoned the latter has been known to be killed by chewing an empty box that had been thrown away It seems as if it were very poisonous as just a small quantity will kill and one thing that adds to the danger of it is that it is sweet and pleasant to the taste and stock like it and will make an effort to get it M D L COCANOUGHER Summer Diarrhoea in Children During the hot weather of the sum mer days the first unnatural looseness of a childs bowels should have immedi ateattention so as to check the disease before it becomes serious All that is necessary is a few doses of Chamber lains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy followed by a dose of caStor oil to cleanse the system Rev M0 Stockland pastor of the first M E Church Little Falls Minn writes We have used Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy for several years and find it a very valuable remedy es pecially for summer disorders in children Sold by every reliable dealer in the BJuj Grass LONG RUN The local option fight will soon be over the struggle which has been long must soon be a thing of the past Methinks I can see peace healing and victory in the rising of Saturday morn ings sUn and as it goes down the Western slope I see Him writing in the heavens the doom of an inglorious s cause and ere hehides his face behind the horizon may his long slanting ray fall upon a freCi land and when time peaceful Sabbath shall have dawned let praise and thanksgiving ascend from every church and home to Him who is able to rescue and mighty to save Let us make August 25 a mom orable day a day on which the people of Washington county threw off the yoke of King Alcohol and declared themselves free from his rule and reign We want it to go down in our countys history as a great day and may future generations look upon it as a Glorious TAventhfifth Revs H P Hatc ett and E Sum mers closed a very interestingmeeting at the Deep Creek church last Monday There were fifteen additions by hap tisrrr and eight by letter asoDn the luckiest man in Arkansas write H L Stanley of Bruno since the restoration of my wifes health after five ears of continuous coughing and bleeding from the lungs and I owe my greatestamedic ne Dr Kings New Discovery for Consumption which I know from ex perience will cure consumption if taken in My wife improved with first bottle and twelve bottles completed the cure Cures the worst coughs and cold or money refunded At C J Haydon druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Dr IV W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over G W Hagan s grocery Office phone 175 Residence pkone 172 QnnQQnQQ nnn o- Q l f Personal Notes f 0 01 Visitors In and Out of Town A a Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0ooOMss Mary Hamilton of Frederick town visited friends here last week Mr Joe Spalding of Greensburg is visiting here Mr Bell Cleaverand wife of Lebanon attended the fair Friday Miss Stella Mcintyre of Louisville is the guest of her sister Mrs J W Reidel Misses Roxie and Kate Wakefield and Hallie Huston were the guests of Miss Eva weekjMrs Fred Mangate of Louisville is Visiting her Parentsat this place Mrs Pius Whelan of Bardstown is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Simms Mr and Mrs J L Wharton have returned home after a weeks staYat Tatham Dr J B R Bards and wife arein Harrodsburg this week yisitingfriends Mrs RHEdelen of Bardstown is visiting her sister Mrs Janie Willet Mr E C NeiUof Carrolton Miss is visiting his sisterinlaw Mrs T E Hardesty Slr1 R K ott of Cmcinnate 0 is visiting relatives here this week Misses Anna Figg and Laura Brown of Lebanon visited Miss Sadie Mayes during the fair Misses Johnson of Lebanon and Marshallof Bardstown were guests of Mrs H P McChord fair week Mrs Sue Maratta and Mrs J C Duncan have returned home after a yisit to friends relatives at this place Harry ONarj was at home for a few days during the fair Misses Mattiel and Florence Roney of St Marys are visiting relatives and friends hereI Dr John Shaunty of Frederick town spent Friday and Saturday here Mr Rod Neat spent Thursday in L Mr Willte Medley who has been in Danville for thejpast four months is spending his vacation with his parents here SampbellsvlleCharles McWhorter Mr Irvin Wimfatt who has been in the West for several weeks is at home Mr James LctisOf Louisville is visiting his r John Lewis at this place Mr rind Mrs James Bunnell and children of Lebanon Yisited relatives here last weekI i Mr andMrs Frank Wall and chit dren of Louisville are visiting rela tives here Miss Virgia Jones of Lebanon is visiting Miss Nancy iTong Mrs W C McChord Miss Annie MisssSallie McElroy and Finley Scruggs are at Tathani Springs this week Mr John T McIntire of Eoliayule visited friends her during trio fair fi h Mrs Mary Jones of lJbahon Is the guest of Mrs Talbott J j Miss Dorothy Mclntirejxfireturnw f tp her home fri Louisville after a yfcft Carricoyis f Mr Alex Blandford of lLouisville after spending a week with his mother of this place has returned home in Louisville i Miss Myrtle Price has returned home after a visit to Miss Gertrude Stoker of Bardstown Miss Sallie Pope 6f IJouisvileis spending her vacation with her mother at this IaieIMiss Bessie May Marshall of Bardstown is visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs W T McElrpy Messrs Hugh Marshall E del Mat tingly Jim Stones and R H Edelen of Bardstown attended the dance Fri daytMiss Mamie Ducer has returned to her home in Louisville afterla visit to Misses Lizzie and Bertha Haydon Messrs Clelland Cunningham Mar shall Duncan and Will Clayorookeat tended the reception of Miss Annie Figg Brown of Lebanon Mrs Katherine Neal and laughter Miss Elizabeth of Louisville have returned home after a pleasan visit to their mother Mrs Rod Neal of thiS place Mr Joe Scott of Winchester was the guest of his uncle Mr Mc Cabe last week J1J Mrs C T Blandford of Lafcfllette Tenn after a her sister Mrs Nannie Sim returned home ViSilto Miss Emily Russell is at home for a short stay rWith her parents Mr and Mrs E M Russell at this place iiMessrs Will Huston and Will andHuston Wakefield of Maud attended the fair SaturdJllejispentMr and Mrs H M 0Nan herei=Misses Lizzi and Maria Mcintyre of Louisville were the guests of Misses Mary arid Sallie Ca co last Week Mrs Geo Hurst and daughter of Louisville are visiting relatives and friends hereIMr and Mrs E S Mayes rattended the funeral ofi Mr Mafton of- Lebanon T Miss Annie Figg Brown of Leba non was the charming guest if Miss Sadie Mayes last week Mr G E Medley spent several days with his family at this pla e last week i t ibeenreturned to Lebanon Monday lto resume her duties as teacher in th lie School at that place t Miss Bessie Hilpp of Lebanon is the guest of her cousin Miss Jeannette 1IcClellan ji Misses Jennie Osborne and Winnie Floyd were among the large n mber from Lebanon who attended th faro hire Saturday jl Mrs C R Johnson and Powell Boulware are visiting at the hone of J A Boulware y H 1 i IEMEMBERIYe itI jtp give you a reduction in + it prices of goods for e iir + + CH1i1h wWWe have found that the I it IICash Sales we have been conducting during the sumt nier have been very satisfac + tory to all concerned t + r i Grundy Mclntire t4+iIi j It J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 JIIIIfiIiIII111111111111i i I H fl tti i ltc1 i j 4 V7i f ti tilJ t I l L t L i IC r WANTED H H rH H p F y l JI 1 Jj t l i i l t 1 i Have you a boy to spare J r Y The saloon must have boys or it must close its doors fr L Cant furnishyou one r T Rk3t a It is a great factory and unless it can have 2000000 boys from each generation for raw ma 5terialsome of these factories must close up and the operators be thrown out upon a cold world and lt the public revenue will dwindle One family out of every five must contribute a boy to keep up the tsupply Will you help Which of your boys shall it betAre you a father Have you given your A1 I 1I share to keep up the supply for this great institution that is helping pay your taxes and kindly elect x ing public officers for you Have you contributed a boy If not some other family has had to con tribute more than its share Are you selfish voting to keep saloons open to grind up boys and dol ing nothing to keep up the supply Ponder these questions t ye voters and answer them to God tort whom you will one day give an account for votes as well as prayers Certainly if the mill runs the 3 grist must be provibed but at what a cost r f i 4 f a Whose boy shall it be neighbor yours or mine that must serve as the grist for the mill aaot t Whose boy shall it be neighbor yours or mine that well offer as a sacrifice to the God of thei wine cup iD sWhose boy shall it be neighbor yours or mine that sooner or later must fill a drunkards home I f 1 and a drunkards grave J BENTON F in LaRue County Herald Yrt 4 RxrrK r Y Frr rPq bX1 il i 11II tfi tJ 9 tPJ t r 1I i i fI il t Z je 18IIIi alJIleie 1eII A COLD WATER STORY How the Farmers Wife Brought Her Husband to the Point of Sign ing the Pledged Somewhere lives a small farmer of uchsocial habits that hi coming home Intoxicated waS once no unusual thing r His wife urged him in vain to reform IWhy you see he would say I dont like to break it off at once it aint wholesome The best way Is always get used to a thing by degrees you know Very well old man his helpmeet fallIinto a hole one of these days while you cant take care of yourself and bbody near td take you out Sure enough as If to verify the prophecy a couple of days after return ing from a glorious frolic the old fel low reeled into his own well and after a deal of useless scrambling shouted for the light of his eyes to come and help him out Didnt l tell you so said the goo- dsoulshowing her capfrill over the edge of the parapet youve got into a hole at last and its only lucky Im in hear ing or ypu might have drowned Wellf she continued after a pause Setting down the bucket take hold And up he came higher at every turn of the windlass until the old ladys grasp slipping from the handle down he went to the bottom again This occur ring more than once made the tempor ary occupant of the well suspicious Look here he screamed in fury at the last splash youre doing that on purpose I know you dre WelJ yoW I am responded the old j It r te woman tranquilly while WlnT lag h3m up once more didnt you tellme its best to get used to a thing by degrees Im mid If I was to bring you right up on a sudden you wouldnt find it wholesome t The old fellow could not help chuck ling at her application of his principle and protested that he would sign the pledge on the instant if she would lift him fairly out This she didcnd packed him off to swear in wet as he was National Advocate Harvey McCutcheoh III Russellville KyDr Richard Doug las of Nashville Tenn was called to this city to attend Harvey McCutch eon state prison commissioner who Is dangerously ill Dr Douglas left on a special train which harlght of way over all other trains Held For Patricide i Burkesville Ky Clarence N ckols has been Indicted for the murder of 11S father Henderson was found near his hQ De on Camp Creek with his skull crushed apt parently by the barrel of a rifle Unnecessary Expense Acute attacks of colic diarrhoea and dysentery come on withoutwarnmg and relief must be obtained There is no necessity of incurring the expense of a physacians service in such cases if Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy is at hand A dose of this relieve the patient be fore a doctor could arrive It has never been known to fail even in the most severe and dangerous cases and no fam i byevery4 11L IMarion County Falcon Mr RE Young Sr re turned Wednesday from Bathcounty where he went to purchase a lot of mules He brought back with him 22 head three and four years old and reports the price Very high He also said that he had never before seen so much r as fine tobacco as he saw in tha part of the Sta eIMrs J A Wayne died at her home in this city Monday morning after a brief iljness of typhoid fever She was old and is survived by her Husband and four children Deceased vjas Miss Belle Wright She was a cfcnsistant member of the Baptist church and her funeral was conducted by her pastor Dr A G Graves The Angel of Death removed one of the old land marks from our midst at at 980 oclock Tuesday night in the person of Mr Buford Mahon De ceased had been in declining health for the past two years but the family at tri uted the immediate cause of his death to grief over the death of his wife who preceded him to the gr ive just ten weeks ago Mr Curtis J Ford who has been the distiller at Coon Hollow for several t Years died suddenly at his home near L If- i Heimany friends Quite a large croVd from here has been attending the fair at Springfield this week and praise on all sides can be heardof the splendid exhibitions they are havingi FACT AND COMMENT Keep the gates of the eyes and th ra will be fewer Insurrections in the ap o tities Rams Horn The Danish government strictly f r bids the sale of whisky to the Es Imo of Greenland and travelers say th law is rigidly enforced A Philadelphia journalist at his wedV ding recently had a gigantic cake made in the shape of a pen spouting forth wine at the end That sort of pen is In deed mightier than a sword for the destruction of the new home The most hateful of all devils Is the devil who appears in the robe of right eousness always saying that the saloon has been with us from the beginning and must be endured yet he will say I believe the saloon is badIllinois Issue 0 President Roosevelt when at the head of the New York board of police gave his opinion of the rum traffic as follows The liquor business tends to produce criminality in the population at large and lawbreaking among the saloon- keepersthemselves debauches not only the body social but the body politic as welt l WHISKY AND DISEASE Alcohol Weakens Renlatlnir Foreof the Body People who take alcohol prepare the way for consumption Alcohol is no longer the great standby in the treatment of that disease The same is true in the treatment of many of the fevers typhoid inflammation of the lungs cholera diphtheria and the like We are protected against the ravages of the disease destroying microorganisms In various ways by healthy secretions juicebileor white cells of the blood and by cer tain substances that In healthy people are constantly being thrown into the bloodAlcohol by its peculiar action dis turbs the digestive functions and thus alters the secretions It seems to have the effect of paralyzing the scavenging cells and also of interfering with the formation in the blood and tissues of the other protective substances mentioned thus leaving our bodies open to the attack of disease germs For these reasons I was afraid of alcohol Pro fessor G Sims Woodfiead In an Ad dress at Haddersfleld Conference In Great Demand Tne demand for Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy here has been so great that I have scarcely been able to keep it in stock It has cured cases of dysentery here When all other remedies have failed RANK JONES Pikeyille Ind This remedy is for sale by every reliable dealer n the BlueGrass IM j Save the Boy Once he was so bright and fair Glad and light and free Filled my soul with peace andjoy Life was dear to me j But he took the fatal glass Twas a fleeting joy V Drank and Ip the handof death Grasped my darling boYr Save the boy Save the boy Heaven will ring with joy Loving hearts are pleading now Save oh save the boy Once he was so brave apd true Shunned the Tempterls power Once for right he stood Till that dreadful hourI Bright and sparkling was thecu Seemed without alloy For the hand thht captive led rxMy poor wandering boy t Save the boy Save the boy j Heayen will ring with joyI Loving hearts are pleading now Save oh save the boy Once he was my only hope Source of joy and pride j Then I thought that love might clasp And hold him to my sidefBut today my boy forsakes Home with joy nowpSaveSave the boy Save the boy Heaven ring with joy P nOwSave i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 7 STRONG COMPARISON Mr Yewell of Nelson County Produces Some Facts and FiguresI t Table B on page 326 of the Auditors Report shows the am bunt of money paidunder the heads of Criminal Prosecutions and Jury Expenses by counties and judicial districts for the fiscal year ending June301905 It shows that for witnesses in criminal prosecutions that Nelson county paid out much more than both LaRue and Spencer counties Witnesses Witnesses LaRue 12468 i Spencer 8828 Nelson 37784 Total 21296 Total tLLr37784 t Thus the witnesses in Criminal trials for the1 year referred to is 16488 more in Nelson than in both Larue and Spencer More than double that of liarue and more than four times as much as Spencer Again this report that in ex amining trials it paid out more than five times as much to Nelson county as it did to LaRue Bullitt and Spencer Ex Court Ex Court LaRue 200jBullitt l 1000 Spencern2oo lorelsonJ 7200 Total 14 00 Total 7200 1 It shows that for the conveyance of convicts it paid out a great deal more to Nelson county than to LaPue Bul itt and Spencer bmed Conveyance of Convicts Conveyance c LaRue8010Bullitt 1779 Spencer 2642 Nelson19703To- tal 12431 Total19703Th-us we see that the transportation of convictstfrom Nelson county costs much more than from all three of the Local Option counties named and more than eleven times as much as did the Local Optipn county of Bull tt and nearly eight times as much as did the Local Option county of Spencer and more than double that of the Local Option county of LaRue It must also be bburnein mind that this was the first year that LaRue had Local Option and she had to dispose of those cases that had accumulated the year before under the barroom system It shows that for guards it paid nearly six times as much to Nelson as it did to LaRue Bullitt and Spencer combined i GuardsGuards lBullittJ3532 3532 the con victs of Nelson county than it did to thegailer of alMhreeof said counties au Jailers vW Jailers Larue 31130 Bullitt 43190 Spencer 16330 Nelsonl 106980 Total90650 TotalJ106980 It shows that the state paid more than twice as much to the constables of Nelson county in criminal cases than it did to the constables of L Rue Bullitt and Spencer combined Constables Constables LaRue 2900 Bullitt r Spencer Nelsonul 2220 Total 900 v TotalIL2220 It shows the State paid more to the marshals of Nelson county in criminal cases than to the other three combined Marshals Marshals Larue Bullitt SIenterS Nelson 2220 LaRue for the year 1904 was not a Local Option county but Bu lit t and Spencer were and table A of said conveyiance of convicts for the year paid for Bullitt Nelson and Spencer as follows yz Bullitt Spencer 15120 Nelson 22309 or nearly fifteen times as iriuch to Nelson as to both of said counties It shows that the State paid nearly twice as much to the jailer of Nelson county for keeping its convicts bothBullitt and Spencer Jailer Jailer Bullitt J 15600 I Spencer 41610 Nelson 106360 Total 57210 Total 106360 Now Barren has a population of more than 23000 while Nelson has a population of only 16587 yet the Auditors Repdrts for the years 19045 table A page 317 shows that the State paid out for Criminal Prosecution s s shown by the column headed Total Criminal Prosecutions follows rrBullitt local option 43054 75128BarrenNelson withher saloons 186637 Now the writer of an anonymous letter in the Nelson County 11eralcom pares the Revenue and expenditures of Nelson county with Barren and Because the Revenue of Nelson is greater than the Revenue of Barren this writer who is ashamed of his name or withholds it becapse he is ashamed of his afticle f claims that this difference between these two counties is due to the fact that we have saloons in Nelson and none in Barren Our Revenue from Nelson county is not due to the fact that we have saloons but it is due to the fact that we have more taxable property in Nelson county than they have inBarren It is due to the fact that we have more than 7000000 seven millions of property in Nelson county on which our farmers merchants and other property holders are paying taxes There is where the Revenue comes from Now compare Nelson with Shelby county that has not a distillery within its bound aries and not a barroom at any other point save m Shelby yille See table D page 386 Auditors Reports 19045 Nelson County Shelby County Total Expenditures 1905 2657395 26503 36 Total Revenuer 1905 3566525 49394hO Now Nelson countys Revenue exceeds its expenditures 909130 Shelbys Revenue exceeds her expenditures by 2289074 is the fact that Shelbys Revel nue is greater than Nelsons Revenue attributable to the fact that she has more distilleries and barrooms than Nelson She has not a single distillery within her borders and no barrooms at any other place than Shelby ville yet the excess of her Revenue over her expenditure is more then double that of Nelson To what is it due then It is due to the same fact that Nelsons Revenue is due It is due to the fact that Shelby county has ten millions of proper ty onwhich her farmers and merchants and manufacturers pay taxes and Nelson has only about seven MORGAN YEWELL Bardstown Ky RentucKy State fair Louisville I 25000 Sept 17 22 fII INPREMIUMSAND TROTTING AND RUNNING RAGES DAILY Magnificent Exhibits and Other Attractions LOW RAILROAD RATESr KENTUCKYSTATE FAIR 25000 In Prizes Offered To The Ex- i hibitors Money Given by Several Breed ing AssociationsLow Rail road Rates Races Daily The prize list for the Kentucky State Fair which wLfbe held at Lou isville during the week of September 1722 has been announced by Secre tary J B Bowles In premiums and purses over 25000 will be distributed during the week and the Kentucky farmers and stock raisers who enter their products will have something substantial to chow for their victories as well as th8glory of winning ribbons at Kentucky Fair The Fair will be held under the management of the Board of Control appointed by the State Board of Agri culture Immigration and Forestry The Board of ControrIs composed of five members together with four other men appointed by the commission Great Care was taken by this board In arranging the prize list In order to properly distrib ute among the various classifications tbe 15000 appropriated by the state fpr the purpose and the 10000 which has been added The lar est amounts have of course been set aside for horses and cattle and 5500 In prize money will be given to the exhibitors of the harness and satWjjle horses The owners of beef and dairy cattle will carry away with them 5000 at the close of the Fair For sheep 1500 has been hung up and the same amount will go to the exhibitors of swine Fur jacks and mule stock 600 In prizes is offered while for Poultry and pet stock the prize list runs to 800 For field seed horticulture tobacco etc 2500 has been hung up A large number of silver cups has been offered by public spirited men for special classes The 7 u 1 SHORT IIORNED JERSEY National Hereford Association has given 200 to be added to the prize money In the class for Herefords The American Oxford Down Record Association has offered 45 in special prizes for the best Oxford Down sheep The American Saddle Harness Breeders Association has offered a cup costing 100 for the finest horse registered with that association under two years qf age The American Short Horn Breeders Association has added 895 Three types will be jUdged In both the saddle and harness horse divis ions For the saddlers there will be rings for the fashionable walk trott canter type the popular flvegalted horses and the strictly southern sad dIe horse technically known as the plantation saddler and popularly called nodding walkers The latter class are judged solely upon the two gaits the running walk and the can ter The flvegalted horses will of course be judged equally upon five distinct gates the walk trot canter rack arid either running walk slow pace or fox trot In the harness horse rings there will be ithree divisions one for the flashy h harness horses one for the roadsters and one for light har ness horses This latter typo Is one that is shown only In Kentucky fairs The horses are not required to have either the excessive action of the high stepper nor the speed of the roadster- In the beef cattle division prizes are offered for Shorthorns Herefords Aberdeen Angus and Polled Durhams In this class a large number of rings CorIthe Jerseys Holstelns and Ayrshlres will be shown In the sheep there will be Shropshlres Cotswolds South Downs American Merinos Oxford Downs Hampshire Downs For the hogs there are classes for Berkshires Duroc Jerseys Poland Chinas Chester Whites Tamwo this Yorkshires and Hampshlrea or hln rind There will also be classes for rwlilos mules jacks and Angora gorts In addition to the how rings there will be four races m the program doIduring the week Te purses fir tho trotting and pacing races are 600 each and the purses for the running races are 260 each Tim State Fair will he made attrac tive to visitors from very standpoint There will be concerts both during the day and evening by bands of national reputation Tho Carnival Company will supply fifteen Interest ing and amusing shows and there will be dozens of other attractions 01 the grounds The official catalogue can be had on application to J B Bowles Secretary Fourth and Main Sts Louisville Ky LOST IN SIGHT OF HOME How Farmer Giles Feha Victim to Whisky Almost on His Own Threshold The snow was lying thickly on the ground and the evening shadows were falling as Farmer Giles left his home to spend an hour or two at the vil lage saloon When he arrived there he found a group of kindred spirits gathered round the bar Amid jest and tong the drink flowed freely At closing time Farmer Giles could not walk steadily He staggered along in company with two others until he got in sight of home when they toOk a turn to the right and left him to pur sue bis way alone In bidding his companions goodby however he Had turned round and so instead of go- Ing straighton along the highroad he walked into a field through an open ate and wandered round and across the field unable to find his way out again Mrs Giles waited up for her husband until halfpast eleven and then she decided f that he must have been too drunk to wilk so had stayed at the saloon A man passing along the road in the early morning was startled by hearing the cry Lost Lost It He stopped and listened but it was dark LJhavepne be lost close to the highroad The man pursued his way whistling and knocking his hands to keep himself warm for it was freezing keenly and bitterly cold Next morning Farmer Giles did not return home and his rife sent to the saloon to Inquire him The companions with whom he left were neXt visited and then a search was instituted which resulted in his foot steps jbeing traced through snow into a fie d There they made zigzag paths in every direction crossing and recrossing until It became hopeless to Lj attempt to follow themTThe search party accordingly di vlded nd went in different directions across the field which was a large one and lay parallel with the road Soon a loud shout told that some discovery T had been made and the rest of the party rushed to the spot There seat ILJhisand cold frozen to death At the inquest the man who had heard the cry in the early morning told of his hearing his last despair Ting cry So Farmer Giles perished a victim to drinklost In sight of TaKe care how you tamper drink National Advo- catePublic homej Sale I j jTUESDAY Y AUGUST 28 1906 Two miles South of Springfield on the Jimtown dirt road Having sold my farm I will on the above date sell to the highest and best bidder the following described property One good phaeton almost new and harness one good runabout three buggy and farm mares one mare with a colt by her side two twoyearold mare mules oroke twelve yearling mules seven mares and five two thoroughbredJersey producerfourteengood twenty sheep 19 ewes andone buck four ricks of good timothy and farmingimplements kitchen furniture Sale at 1 oclock TERMSOn all sums of 10 and under cash in hand on allover 10 a bankable note with interest from date will be required Either bank H C NELSON Cal R E Whavne Auctioneer iTOMACH ACHE You have more or less rN IyourI ach your I bowels and your hver J l everybodyI theseiIIH 1ordered orIgans do get out of order they are the worst things the world to you If you took the ght kind 6f care of them you wouldnt iffer but you dont The only way you can correct the tron e you do have and prevent these parts rom gettin j out of order is to use DrCaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin bodyknowsthatPEPSINIsgoodtot certain drugs by DR CALD WELLS formula its natural value II is highly increased DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PBPSIN Is the best thing in the world for cor recting and curing all forms of stomach trouble when try it DR CALDWELLJS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes at all druggists and your money willbe refunded if it fails to benefit you Your postal card request will brine by retuni mail our new booklet DR CALDWELLS BOOK OF WONDERS and free sample to those ho have never tried this vrondetM remedy MailyourpostaltodayPEPSIN CO Mantleello Illinois Sold by The Red Cross Drugstore t+ Wt++ I f Et Farrnsfort Et tt v Sale fl IEt goodLandVclose to school house and church Price 40 per acre fit EtNo 370 cres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilling good t schoolhouseNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of Etrass All rm ready for the plow Price 60per acre +Et No 5167 dcres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber + aTrrV No 620D acres 7 miles from d 3 to ih iWV iVtwo houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tObaccqwell fenced goodEon Price 37150 per acre ikeEtIn watered and tobacco land Price 135 acreyri 4NoNo 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn with acre of rr ground Cheap No 14 150J acres seven miles from Springfield on good pike 50 acres timber two new barns new plenty o Tt tobacco land 50 acrds of extra good bottom land Price 60 No 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acres fine to khPNo16196a6res 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 itEtEtgood wells an everlasting spring Well fenced all in grass fine tobacco land fine young Price 3000 +No 18174acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room on good pike 3J miles from ot one mile from school good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom stone fence Price 32fdwelJing 275J acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 501 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2L90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 22121acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling gdod barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 tNo of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maudone half mile school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty r Price 35 per acre t No 24166 actes 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling Jn good repair 2 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat housecabin 25 acres of bot +tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre E H Dm Lake9 Springfield S t frfofrfofo fr8ffinfr i i iti i ift IZI ill iff y FARMj + for SALE i I Ii- I By W T Ewing Real Estate AgencY I Harrodsbtirg Ky I I 11 I 150 acres 7 room house 3 miles of Burgin at 45 an acr4 101 acres 2 miles Harrodsbnrg well improved at 65 an acre I acres fine farm near McAfee 25 acres walnut woods 240 acres near Vanarsdall R R Station at 40 exchan eII 207 acres finest of land at Burgin well improven at 100 an acre 191 acres fine farm on pike near Salvisa splendidly improved at I SCO exchange r 113 acres in 5 miles Harrodsburg on Salt river 35 aCres bottom land fI 100 acres 2 miles Vanarsdall R R Station well improved orch I ardetc 2200 II 100 acres 3 miles Burgin well improved land at 45 an acre IIIIimI232 acres fine land for an crop near Shakert wn on pike at 55 I 171 acres 2 miles ot Burgin well improved good land at 45 198 acres mile Sa visa fine farm improved a bargain at I 8750 54 acres 5 miles Harrodsburg near R R station improved 1900 I 93 acres near Rose Hill well improved at S25 an acre A313 acres fine farm 90 acres just out of woodland mostly fine bot I tom handsomely improved at 70 an acre 74 acres close to all in grass many years but 20 acres 4000 t I 54 acreS near Rose Hill 6 room house other improvements 1620 93 acres 2 miles Harrodsburg handy pike fine land at 100 an a neII 212 acres fine tobacco farm well improved in Woodford on pike at 45iI 182 acres in Vood Qrd county on pike fine tobacco lanI122 I ville 3000iMill with new machinery dam needs rebuilding water allYear1500 Many other properta t Write me a I mmmm o g THE SPKINGF1ELD SUN WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1906 81 8ele 8lele e e 81e 18 ee Ia PREMIUM AWARDS I By the Washington County Fair Company During the Meeting Last Week FIRST DAY w Rag carpet Mrs Kent Blandford Silk ilt Miss Kate Cam Patchwork quilt Mrs 3 D Robert don Worsted quilt Mrs Wm Kroker Silkjembroidery Mrs J S McElroy Worsted embroidery Miss Louise Montgomery Cotton embroidery Mrs Theo Catnp bell Crochet work cotton Miss Kate Cainv Crochet workworsted MJS G D Robertson V Embroidered shirt w ist Mrs E L Davison Set embroidered doilies Mrs C W Willett Embroidered lunch cloth Mrs G D Robertson Drawn linen lunch cloth Mrs J C Mudd Set drawn linen doilies Miss Sallie McElroy Table scarf Mrs C R Wells Battenburg centerpiece Mrs Wm Clarksbn lunch cloth Mrs Eddle inaDRennaissance lace Miss Annnie James Point lace Miss Annie James Embroidered couch pillow Mrs J Riedel Drawn work couch pillow MrsvJ W Riedel Hand made tie Miss Annie James t Best made shirt waist Mrs M C Mayes Calico dress Mrs J Ci Mudd Rug in rag work Mr Shem Bishop Rug in yarn work Mrs Nunan Knitted counterPane Miss Louise MtMelick embroidery Mrs E L DavisonISofa pillow Mrs Theo Campbell Laundry bag Mrs George Moore Pin cushion Miss Annie James Afghan in zephyr Mrs C B John sonj apron Mrs G D Robertson Fancy apron Mrs C B Johnson Dressed doll Miss May Mayes FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS Hand boquet Mrs W T McElroy Display of cut flowers Mrs W T tMcElrbyv Design of flowers Mrs W T Mc ElroyHandsomest floral design Mrs W T McElroy 1 Boquet of roses Mrs J Y Mayes Largest and tallest sun flower Mrs F J S McElroy Landscape in oil Mrs Will Clarkson in oil Miss Flora Keen Animals in water color Mrs Wm work Mrs Will Clarkson Free hand drawing Miss Flora Keen RawlingsHCampbellI Hand painted cups and saucers Mrs J W Lewis Handsomest specimen hand painted t ehina ware Mrs J W Lewis Hand painted placque Mrs J Y Mayes Hand painted miniature Mrs T C Gampbellt u 2 i FRUITS MELONS ETC Best collection of apples Mrs Goat iey1 Ben Davis and WineSap apples Mrs Goatley Roman Beauty W A Armstrong MaideniBlush W A Clements Best plate o eating apples not mentioned above Mrs Goatley Best plate o peaches S P Thompson rBest plate of peaches any variety P Thompson Best collection of grabs S Thompson Concord grapes T J Settles ivers seedling grapes Ci W Daw son Wordemgrapis T J Settles Martha grapes Mrs G D Robert aimrDelaware grapes C W Dawson ThompsonWLargest pumpkin Henry Haydon FAMILY PRODUCE Butter Mrs J R Walker Fruit cake Mrs A R Shultz White lady cake Mrs P G McElroy White sponge cake Mrs H PMc Chord Angel foodcake Mrs H P Mc Chord Caramel cake Mrs H P McChord Cocanut cake Theo Campbell Chocolate cake Mrs H P McChord ibboncake Mrs J H Hopper Varietyof pickles MM T P OBrier MaggieThompson Loaf of cornbread Mrs J Y Mays Homemade cheese Mrs John Brown Soda 1JiscuitiMr L WReed El ten j Mrs H P McGhorU made candy Mrs C B John jHome cookedhflmMrs Ti P O Brien Jar of canned peaches SThomps- on Jar of cucumber pickles Mrs John Brown Jar of chowchow Mrs T P OBrien Kentucky grape wine T J Settles Blackberry wine Mrs G D Robertson Cider vinegar T J Settles Honey Davison Reed Di ay of jelly Miss Rice Armstrong LGRAIN AND FIELD SEED White corn itR Thompson Yellow corn G B Johnson Red wheat J0 Polin Oats J W Tucker Rye J W Tueker Clover seed Jj C Walker Orchard grass seed J C Walker Timothy seed J C Walker VEGETABLES Irish potatoes 0 Polin Onions J Q Polin Turnips J 0 Polin Beets B F Settles Tomatoes Mrs E L Davisop Cabbage MrsS R Gray POULTRY Pair barred Plymouth rocs Mrs Goatley 1IPair white plmouth A C Kimball Pair white Wyandotts AC Kim- balL Pair black Minorcas Mrs J S Mc Elroy Pair White Leghorns Ed Leachmari Pair Brown Leghorns A C Kim ball Pair BufF Leghorns Mrs S R Gray Pit Games Tony Berry Indian Games P M Howard Bantams Miss Mary Bowman Grun dyfMrs R D McIntyre Any other variety of turkeys C R HarmonBest of chickens on exhibition not named above Sherman Martin Best collection of chickens A C Kimballi Buff Orpingtons W 1 Overstreet Best 3 doz eggsj Mrs E 0 Walker MARES FOR GENERAL VR OSES Mare 4 years old and over Cog Hell McCarty Henry county Mare 3 years old and under 4 W M Huges Boyle county Mare two years old and under 3 Nally and Beasly Washington county Mare one year old and under 2 Vi- M Hughes Mare under one year old Clifton Stock Farm Roadster stallion Robt Walker Madison county Buggy geldings Robt Walker SECOND DAY Best aged Berkshire Boar Orange Frye Boyle county Berkshire Boar under 1 year Orange Frye Aged sow Orange Fryev Sow under one year Orange Frye POLAND CHINA Aged sow Charles Miller owunder one year Cs Miller Sow and not less than 5 pigs Charles Miller SWEEPSTAKES Best boar anYtage any breed OrangeFrye Best sow any age any breed Orange Frye SHE Aged buck Lyon and Foster Buck under 1 year Lyon and Foster Age ewe Lyon and Foster Ewe under 1 earlG Irvine SWEEP STAKES Buck any age Lyon and Foster Ewe any age Lyon and Foster PONIES Roadster shetlands Bohon Lucas Mercer countyIShetland stallion mare or gelding to be shown to appropriate vehicle Bohon Lucas Best colt sired by Sunshine J E Wheatley Washington county Buggy mares I C James Mercer county HORSES FOR GEN RAL PURPOSES Stallion four years old and oyer Vi- M Hughes Stallion two years old and under 4 Nally and Beasly Stallion two years end under three W S Gibbs Washington county Stallion one yearold li toll Stock Farm Stallion under one year B B Leach man Washington county Best saddle gelding 4 years ld and PhillipsBest years old and t p L under 4 W W Raybourne Washing ton county Best roadster mare or gelding I C York Saddle Class stallionmare or gelding W M Hughes Best saddle stallion owned in Wash ington county W W Raybourne THIRD DAY BEEF CATTLE ANY BREED Aged bull Conrad Hertlein Bull one year and under two Browne Thurman Bull under one year Conrad Heft leinI cows Aged cow Browne Thurman Cow one year and under two Browne Thurman Washington county Cow under one year C Hertlein Washington county SWEEPSTAKES Bull any age C Hertlein Cow any age Browne Thurman Best head Of beef cattle Browne TKurman Jerseycow A C Kimball Washing ton counitv dslmetHa baby Under two years old Maria McElroy Shetl md stallion mare or gelding to be sho n under saddle Bohon Lucas Saddl stallion three years old and- over N alley Beasley Best colt sired by Chestnut Dare P S Barber HORSES FOR HARNESS PURPOSES Mare four years old andover I C James Mare three years gld W M Hughes Mare two years old BarberrMare oneyear old Humphrey 8i Mil ton Nelson county Mare under one year old P S Bar ber Gelding four years old and oyer Robt Walker Gelding three years old L D Baker Rockaway ring mare or gelding Bohon Lucas- Combined ring best stallion mare pr gelding Robt Walker 1st WT Smith 2nd Clifton stock farm 3rd Best mare and colt J J Yowell FOURTH DAY JACKS Aged jack WW McElroy M Ii county tri Jack two years old Mackin Gibbs Washington county Jack one year old T W Simms Jack under one year old W S Gibbs Aged jennet W T Caldwell Jennet one year old W T Caldwell Jennet under one year W T Caldwell SWEEPSTAKES Jack any W W McElroy Jennet any 4eV T Caldwell MULES Aged horse mule Lloyd Parrott Washington county Horse mare one year old Browne Thurman Horse mule under one year Perry Baker Aged mare mule W L Graddy Woodford county Mare mule one year old T W Simms Mare mule under one year J I Mar tin county SWEEPSTAKES Horse mule any age Lloyd Parrott Mare mule any GraddyIMare and mule ilton i Best pair mules either sex t be driven in harness W L Graddy Best saddle stallion mare or gelding Clifton Stock Farm 1st John RoSards 2ndrB W Phillips 3rd SIHORSES FOR HARNESS Aged stallion L D Baker Stallion three years old John Ro1 Bards Stallion or gelding two years old W S Gibbs Stallion one year old Chas Blanton Stallion under one year old B B Leachman appropriateBest turnout R C James Roadster stallion mare or geldings J C James 1st and 3rd Robt Walker 2nd Combined ring mare or gelding Wv T Smith Double team J C James Saddle ring aged mare Clifton Stock Farm Illinois Central R R Reduced Rate Excursions to Cerulian KyCaliforniaExtremely low round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Louisiana Arkan sas Ind an Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesday of each month SpringsArkansasThrough personally conducted Excur sion Sleeper Louisville to California Arizona and Texas Full particulars by addressing F W H RLOW D P A Louisville Ky man was killed and several men ontwounded in a general fight last y night near Slayersville Ky TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES The armored cruiser North Caroll NewportflewsOne death and many prostrations are reported as the result of the In tense heat In Des Moines The whole state is suffering from the heat A dispatch was received at tho navy department saying the supply ship Celtic had grounded at Guant n amo bay She was quickly off and sailed for New York It was announced at the naval academy that the graduation address to the members of the first class who will graduate In September would be delivered by Secretary of the Navy Bonaparte The jury of the case of B F French JohnS Ith and John Abner charged with th assassination of James B Marc n at Jackson Ky during thai Breath tt county feud troubles three years ago have disagreed Mgr Lecout the cardinal and arch bishop of Bordeaux says the bishops will take no action before December 9 on W Ich date the separation law become operative but will await action by uhe French government- A reactionary antisemitic journal published at Odessa under the control of Gov Gen Kaulbars throws the re- sponsibIlity for all the anarchistic outrages In Odessa on Prefect of Po lice Gregorlieff and demands his removal from office A parcels post convention having been concluded between the United States and Denmark to take effect October 1 next packages will be admitted tothe malls on and after that date The papkages must not weigh more thari four pounds and six dunces Second Assistant Postmaster General Shallenberger Issued a general order cautiouing the officials and em ployes hi the railway postal service that th y must maintain respectful official relations with railroads and other carrying companies as well as with their superior officers Cannon Ball train No 6 of the DallasTexas Pacific railroad was derailed five miles east of Mesquite theIcar dining car and a chair car to leave the tracks The train at the time of the accident was running at a rapid rate WHISKY AT THE BOTTOM When mens lives are filled with trouble And their minds are growing weak And they wonder why their brains whirl like a ball That great nightmare haunting oer them seekIsIt alt1 When a man is thought as honest By his many friends around From his place of faith and merit takes a fall The same old cause is given When his shortages are found It Is whisky at the bottom of it all When a man turns out a scoundrel And a felons cell he nils To his ankles they have placed a chain and ballIIn his moments of reflection He can see the many gills Of the whisky at the b ttom of It all When a happy home is broken And a wife is brought to grief By the action of her husband in his fall When his bank account is lessened Tis not hard to guess the thief Tis the whisky at the botto n of it all When at last a man is tIredfOf the life that he has With a suicidal death ho ends It all Everybody tells the story That is worn out to a thread It was whisky at the bottom of it alL And so long the world is moving In Its path arouhd the sun All the trouble that is found so great or small Has indeed a sole beginning As our course through life is run It is whisky at the bottom of it all Harry Eilard in National Advocate Make Hay While ShinesiThere is a lesson in the work of the thrifty farmer He knows that the bright sunshines may last but a day and he prepares for the showers which areso liable to follow So it should be with every Household Dysentery diar rhoea and cholera morbus attack withoutwarninJtwhich is the best known medicine for these diseases should always be kept at hand as im mediate treatment is necessary and delay may fatal For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass JOHN Y MAYESF- uneral Director And1 Licensed E balmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attentio Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 The Daily HeraldA- ND The Sun ONE YEAR 200 1- Gasoline Engines We 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charge advortisetnonts of wheat corn oats and other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for wile or for rent not Included but In serted ill nhothor department of the paper at very low rites Pius Fenwick Springfield Ky has for sale two god jacks and two good mares j J L Cheatham1 Mooresville has for sale 14 head stock hogs that will weigh 100 pounds R W Clements Rt 2 has for sale extra clean seed wheat ==C B Pope Route 4 has for sale a good male sheep4yearsold- W H Leachman Springfield has for sale one of good work mules also two registered Jersey bull calves yearlingDee Riley Route 3 has for sdlefour shoats thoroughbred Polin China Three females one male R A Wheatley Route 2 has for sale an extra good short horn bull y r Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a black mare with mule by her side one good steer calf eight geese and a good s wand pigs B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc boarthoroughbred- B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow J D 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