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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 1 be nn-3 DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J VOLUME i SPRINGFIELD KYM WEDNESDAY APIIIL 18 1906 ti 2iDEAD AT NINETY SEVEN Rev Davey Bruner the Oldest Baptist Minister In Kentucky Rev Davey Bruner who had spent the greater part of his life in Washing ton county died atr his home in Harrodsburg Jast Monday afternoon aged 97 years having been born in Jessamine county June 21 1809 He was without a doubt the oldest A active minister in Kentucky and possibly the oldest in the United States It is said that he had been actively engaged in the ministry for over seventyrfiye years During his long life he personally conducted about 600 protracted meetings and Baptised into the church between five and six tho 5 and people It is said that he has per formedhmore marriage ceremonies than ariy other preacher in Kentucky it being estimated that he has united to gether the lives of over 3000 couples Rev 3runer built Bruner Chapel in Mercer county and had erected quite a number of other church houses in this section As an exhorter he had few equals and was always successful in arousing interest in his meetings The funeral occurred yesterday Burial in the Bruner grave yard near his home DOCTRINE Of Graduated Income 1 ax As ted1JrR6eSeVelt Is Populist A Washington dispatch to the Courser JournalsaysRepublicaustatesmen who visited the White House today were wonderfully acrobatic in their abilityto sidestep all questions relating to the Presidents utterance Saturda one the subject ofa graduated inheritance and property transfer tax Pri vately it was admitted that the sug gestions of the President in this direction were likely to be received with great favor throughout the country but at the present time not many of the statesmen are ready to publicly in- dorse the veiws of the President or to elaborate their own particular views The unanimity with which this caution was shown was surprising The private opinion was expressed that the utterances of the President are sure to start an overwhelming public sentiment in behalf of legislation for both a graduated income tax and an inheritance tax such as now levied in England Switzerland has tan income tax it is stated that grows so heavy aftr number of millions nave been reached as to practically prohibit for tunes beyond a certain point Asa result millions of money are given to ch tableand other objects to escape the tax and the Government derives a large revenue from the source Eng land has an inheritance tax as is well knownIThe President has certainly made a big jump for the populistic band wagon The middleoftheroad Populists at the convention held by them in Cin cinnatl in May 1900 adopted a plat form demanding the levy tax collec tion of a graduated tax on incomes and inheritances and a constitutional amend ment to secure the same if necessary Big Purchase of Land Marion FalconThe Central Ken tucky Real Estate Coof this city has purchased the eleven hundred acres of land owned by the late E L Miles at New Hope for about 40000i This is oneof the finest bodies of land in this sectionof the State consisting of 400 acres of land in a good state of cultiva tion and 700 acres in virgin timber Two handsome residences aife nthis property the Miles home and what is known as the Sherley Club House now occupied by the family of Mr J W Saltsmarl Since the above purchase the company has sold to Mr Thomas E Brown SOOacres south of the railroad including about 100 acr s of the timber and the Club house for 22500 and the Miles home with 200 acres to Mrs White for 13500 t Death of Mrs Ed onds Lebanon Enterprise News that will be received with profound sorrow in this city and throughout the county is that of the deathof M s Annie Ray Edmonds widow of the te Robert B Edmonds which occured e rly last week at the home of her sister Mrs B P Chandler at Waco Texas Deathwas the result of an illness of neumonia of one weeks duration The remains were brought to Lebanon znd the funeral took place from the residence Sunday afternoon Mrs Edmonds was a dai ghter of the late Sam T Ray and was 64 years of age Fortyfive years ago the 18th of this month she was marri ed to Robert B Edmonds who prior this death December 29 1905 was for half a century one Of the most prominent men in the city The deaths of both Mr and Mrs Ed- monds were remarkably similar Each was taken with pneumonia on a Thursday and died just one week after contracting the disease NEWSY LErERFrom the And in And Around Fred ericktown It is quite a while since I saw any news from our banks of th river your correspondentmust be sicfc or gone to the springs News though is very scarce everybody being busy using these lovely spring days for breaks g up their ground A big crowd attended seivicjes at the Catholic church on Palm Sunday and everyone went home with ome blessed lndeveryDr Sim Thompson from Louisville visited Mrs Sallie Hamilto i his mother His charming with and child ac delightfuI11stay an officer on one of the U ited States warvessels wasdown at th bame time John looked well and shoo hands with all his old friends Hew s in Bards town and Springfield to see his acquaint ances and will return tc his duties again in a few days Mrs Kate Cecil who had been suffering a great deal wits rheumatism iiwell now and rejoicing ey jryone with her smiles Mrs Kate fcas the best chickens in the country nd the eggs are sold as fast as they are aid Everyone wants to raise the sar le stock of hens Miss Louise Hamilton who is ing herself for graduation honors at St Catherines Academy cam home on a visit to her parents and spent a few days in the country Father Peters went aboad on busi ness two days last week an came home for the Easter services whi h took place at the Catholic church of this place Christians of all creeds we it to church to hear the beautiful music and to wit ness the imposing ceremo ies usually performedonthat day The decorations were very elaborate and speak well for the good taste of the ladie Mr and Mrs Hill the raridparentsr you might say of this eighborhood took advantage of these 3jw beautiful spring days to visit th inumerous children and grandchildrei who always are delighted Jo welcome Iem Miss Lizze Thompson ai u her sister spent the week with Mrs Sallie Hamil ton their aunt Mrs Kent Mudd is re ted better at this writing and may so nrbe in her usual good health + Suffered for Five ars with Kidney and Liver trouble I suffered for five yea s with kidney and liver troube which suisod severe blindingheadache mybowelscured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have be n well now for six months Mr Arthur S Strickf ana of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by everv dealer iu Blue Grass i 00 IiIIOn occasions of solemn ceremonies the venerable edifice of St Rose shel ters a large assemblage of Catholics from neighboring parishj and many nonCatholics find a welcome within these hallowed walls and unite with St Roses own faithful in religious wor ship Today which may be called the golden clasp that binds the volume of the year dawned many hasten ing toward the 4hurch and before the first strain of the organ came forth as- a Spring Greeting a welcome tonew lyrisen life every seat was occupied and a large number were standing They had come to great the Risen Lord and hear again the ofttold story of His immortal victory What they saw and heard has left a memory that will linger long The high altar whereon reposes the Risen Lord neath sacramental veils was decorated with flowers and vines springs first offering to natures God and silently taught the beautiful lesson of virtue Solemn high mass began at 8 oclock The Very Rev Prior Father Vallely was celebrant assisted by Father Caton as ueacon and Father Higgins as subdeacon Perhaps there is nothing more beautiful and impressive in Catholic liturgy than Solemn High Mass according to the Dominican riteThe sermon on The Resurrection was delivered by Rev James B Hegarty OJ P in a most pleasing earnest and sincere manner It was logical strpng and conclusive with the joyful Easter ring That he might reach the hearts and souls of his audience he throw his own heart and soul into every sentence His sermon was highly appreciated Until last fall St Rose was the home of Dominican Novices They filled all the minor parts in the ceremonies of the Sanctuary and also constitued the choir Their work in the Sanctuary in the Sunday school and In the choir was always accomplished with grace digni ty and pleasing results and their departure was sincerely regretted but necessity spoke and the scenes of their tabors and recreations were changed Their place in the Sanctuary has been filled by bright active edifying altar boys who have learned their dif ferent ceremonies many of them very- complicatedwith a most wonderful and encouraging facility Their ap pearance in purple cassocks with capes and red sashes and the graceful correct execution of their respective parts forcethe verdict that these children of the Sanctuary will compare favorably with altar boys of any city church They reflect credit uPon the parish in every sense of the word and the pa tient labor of instructing them has borne a rich harvest of most happy re sults The organ in whose shadow once stood the Novices now mingles its strains with the beautiful voices of a choir well trained under the supervis ion of Miss Katie Cain and perhaps if justice were done in words of praise for the rendition of Rosewigs new mass in b the members of the choir might feel that a kind heart rather than a perfect knowledge of music prompted the compliment However it is true that the mass was rendered in a most perfect manner clearly showing that good natural voices had been trained with the most earnest and untiring efforts The highest degree of credit is due to Miss Cain who since the departure of the novices has calledI together such a choir and faithfully to make todays presentation in the grand old Dominican church a possibility Immediately after the novices left this church could offer only the worship of silent hearts arid won dered when living voiles would sing Gods praises within her walls again But the leader of a choir can do little or nothing without a generous response from others and a cordial cooperation once the responsois given They whoII belong to a choir must soon make sacrifice and effort The call a choir that went forth from the closed organ was ailent yet eloquent A simI pie appeal in the name of God Himself to the finest emotions of the human heart It did strike an immediate echo and brought forth a ready willing gen erous response Soon St Ruses had her own choir again and her oeautiful Bolthm ceremonies were resumed to the r F pleasure of her devoted and graceful people The first early rehearsal gave pleasing evidence that this newly formed choir was a unit singing the praises of God with one heart and one voice and from the one worthy motive of Religion All working together in harmony so that harmony of effort produced harmony ot voice The Easter musica mass difficult in many of its partswas rendered so beautifully and expressively that it makes a just claim of merit and special mention for each and every indi vidualmember of the choir Each par ticdlar voice seemed to be at its best The true secret of good musicthat mysterious something which all recog nize but can not explain was manifestly there and very prominent namely the Soul There was nothing mechanical every word and every note told clearly tl at it had its birth in the soul of the si iger the quality of good staging is In t strained it is a smooth easy rendi ti m that only heart and soul can give- I is an inspiration that comes from the pure untainted motive of religion and tills is the leading characteristic that each voiceof St Roses choir portrayed this morning Miss Mary Haydon sang an offertory selectionthe 0 Salutarisin amost pleasing and effective manner Her fresh young voice gave promiSe of great future possibilities It is a rich strong Mezzo Suprano and atno time does it appear harsh or strained It is a voice that pleases because of graceful easy effort and a most perfect expression The years to comewill certainly add to its strength while its soft smoothness will riot be sacrificed The day will dawn when Miss Haydon will sing with that high degree of proficiency which is reached only by a few The voices of Mr James Clements and Mr Polin who control the Bass are unusually strong and agreeable and harmonize most beautifully in the chorus The tenor voices also are strongand free from that painful strain which is so often noticable in tenors The ef ort is never beyond the limit of the voices and this is why Mr Frank Noe and Mr Joseph Clements render the tenor parts with such pleasing and expressive effect Their endeavor this morning was certainly most creditable The supranos are all rich and of perfect volume holding their own at all times andIMiss Lou Booker Emma Nunan Miss Mary Haydon and Miss Ella Os borne Too much praise can not be given to the supranos Good alto voices altosIwereCertainly one could not expect to find altosICecil Mrs Clements and Mrs Edelen Miss Lou Booker of Springfield maybe considered a charter member of St needihas spared neither time nor pain to make this new venture at St Roses a success Her strong reliable suprano voice rich mellow and of full volume would save any chorus from the t ance of weakn vitalrinterest in the welfare and success of the choir her ready response to every call enhances the value of her ability as a singer worthy of sincere admiration Miss Boo ers singing today was complimentaryIMr Frank Noe whose strong tenor thoroughlyIter member His singing is so correct sure and certain that he might be coh jsidered the director of todays grand endeavors The voice holds its own against the other parts always suffi ItIWe are certain that his efforts are highly appreciated by the people of St Rose and we trust he may long be associated with this choir We extend to St Roses choir our sincere congratulations ou the success f their Easter effort We trust that the vital interest they now take in music may increase with eachrehearsal and that continued success may crown all their endeavors Marion Notes F lconThe approaching nuptials of Mr Geo A Tong and Miss Virgie Bowman will be announced at St Augustines church next Sunday and the wedding will take place on Tuesday May 1 Mrs Elizabeth ussel1wife of Mr A R Russellof Phillipsburg died at her home Sunday of a complication of diseases Mrs J C Nally died at her home i Lorretto Tuesday after a lingering ill ness of cancer The announcement will be made at St Augustines Catholic church next Sunday of the approaching marriage of Mr J Clarence Abell and Miss Mahala ONeal which will solemnized at that church with a High Nuptial Mass at 6 oclock Tuesday morning May 1st Nf NOTESFr- om Blincoe Approaching Wed ding7Railroad Telephone Talk Etc neighlfrhoOdwent town and hear the preaching Easter r Sunday is a day on which no Mantonite likes to Imiss church All those who could not get to the Burg went to Holy Cross or Chicago goinJttlooking out for horses made tip his mind that there was something better r there than fast horses so he found him a young bride Lorenzo is an indus trious boy and every one Who knows him is his friend He is Ben Youngs son from Springfield and his future wife is Miss Estelle Craycroft the charmingj daughter of Bob Craycrof of Flaherty They will be married at last said place on Tuesday 24th Miss Prudy Cambron spent a fe happy days of vacation Strhbme with her parents Miss Prudy is studying Loretto and loVes the academy bu She feels like all of us that there is n place like home She is anxious td se commencement day come Miss Al Cambrom also was at home for a fe days She was looking very well and intends to stay at Loretto until she graduates VThe telephones are working fine and probably a new line will be build start ing from Manton to Bardstown It will take in W Blandfords house C C Cambrons Miles Smith Felix Ballard and all the other prominent farmers on the Bardstown pike There is also talk of building a branch of the L and N railroad starting from Chicago going to Holy Cross then to Manton and Fredericktown and meeting the main line to Springfield at Booker We hope it will be more than talk for the rail roadat Manton would improye land a great deal and it would be a paying in vestment Miss Lounette Burnett is still visiting in the city but will soon be home again among her friends Sam Edelen and Ore Cambron who are taking charge of the Loretto farm spent the Easter holidays at home BEVERLY OF GRAUSTARK- Did you read the opening chapters of Beverly of Graustark If you didnt get a CODY of last weeks Sun and read them This story is equally as stron as The Wings of the Morning whic we carried in our columns last winter Read it Cutting Affray at Mackvillc In an altercation at Mackville Sunday afternoon Ed Britton cut Osca Sweeney in the left side with a knife The cut is not seriousan Sweeney is recovering It isc said th trouble came up over a remark whic SWcu cy nmde about a horse belonging to Britton Further details of th- trouble e cannot be secured at this time Crab Orchad has organized a com mecialclub J f i LOCAL OPTION LPeople Will Hbld a Meeting Iii Springfield May 20 ft z s 4r A temperance amass meeting will be held in Springfield aftm- 00ll1Mayt largestnever sa Springfield The meeting will be called to order in the Opera House and will be addressed by one or more prominent temperance speakers and by some of the pastors of Washington county Representative people from every neighborhood the county are expected to be present and assist in perfecting an organization which will be known as The Washington County AntiSaloon League the aim of which will be to as sir the county in a throughand systematic manner for the fight against the sale of whisky At the meeting in 1faya Central Commitee of three will js chosen namely a Chairman a Secretary and Treasurer The work in en be in charge of this Committee but the various organizatians wi le expected to lend every assistance the Central Com mitee r 4 The election will probably be held in August perhaps on Saturday the 25th though the date pas not yet been set When the da yot election is agreed upon and other preliminaries arranged the campaigning ion the part of the temperance peoplei will begin in earnest arid you may put it down that no stones will be left unturned There will be speaking at very school house in the o or three timfes a 1weekna manner be em punday Some of the most noted temperance speakers of this and other States will be here Geo Bain and Col Young will deliver addresses at various points in the county and a host Of others have been asked to cWe and whenever you ask a temperance lecturer to come he cornea arunning Those who are at the head of the countywoverit will be found that the cause has earlytare county foretemperance SpringwEMBRACED DEATH 1TTInstead of the Loving Wife Who Awaited HimI Owensboro KYApril16ThomasL- eisure aged twe tyfive was drowned in Rough river today about five miles from Hartford lack of this bald statement of a fac t lies a little domes tic tragedy which people who witness ed the drowning I elieve was about to end in a happy recc nciliation Some time ag Leisure separated from his young wife Fnends have been endeavoring to restore peaceful relations between the two but not un til today did theyisucceed in obtaining the consent of the young man to return to his wifes home and talk over with s her their differe ces To reach the house it was necessary for him to cross Rough river Thfhigh waters of the bridgesanddon the visit when he suddenly exclaim ed that he would swim across the riverIHe could see his wifes home she was awaiting his homecoming willing and eager for the reconciliation Leisure removed his coat and plunged into the water like a Douglas of old When hegon hhe was drowning and without strug gling sank deneat the waters His body was recovered tonight A Young Bother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense entirelyrago whichdrestorede ehp trick of Danfirth Me Greatest restorative medicine on the globe Sets Stomach Liver Snd Kidneys right ur BiliJiousnesserve 50c Guaranteed by C J Ha YSi s r 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 One Bottle of Dr Cald welliSyrup Pepiinused as directed will give you immediate r ree lieffromthq inexpressible occasioned by consti awl tits attend ills Continue the use Qf thiswonderful remedy for a time It will soon set your system right when an occasional dose of it will keep your internal organism in the very of condition Well inside youre well fill over Dr CaldwellsLaxatloa Syrup Pepsin M the best preparation o ainable for All the many ailments arising from overworked or disordered diges live organs It acts quickly atfd sorely on the cause f the trouble and its beneficial effects are instantly perceptible It will cure the most bbstinate cases Dr Caldwell Laxative Syrup Pepsis can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists Your money will be refunded ffit does hot benefit you Your postal card re9uestviii bring by return- nail OUt new dwell s Bookof Wonders and free trample to those who have tIT tried this wonderful remedy Write today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mentloello Illinois StJiby The Rid Cross Drugstore Meats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anythingyou want any time you want It Roast Steak Pork Roast Pork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast Mutton Chopk Veal Roast Vial Chop- sVialCutlttts Pickled Pi Feet Pickled Bologna HamBreakfast Baco- nMinciMiat Fish Every Thursday Oysters Wednesday CARPENTERS Meat Market i OQOOOOCXX3OOOOQQCIOQOQOOOQOC 0 GM Turaoy Leo IMloyJr I TUMEY RILE awtloMwr C LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE r Nice Outfits IPIJO iOM Y MATES Funeral Director AndILicensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsoy shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Carriage Shop 1 am prepared to do all of yuur wood cork and repairing at the most reason able price Upholstering of all kinds done for salt I I al80 have one new shopmade bug gy and spring wagon an done second handapring wagon Buggy trimmings ff all Kdlon hand Writ BOND ulyl l00t1Sprinfield Ky a DrKings New Life Fibs The best in the world- sunLOOtubserlb for The rear 4I t 1Kry in 1rrinllJHigl1i LIninIHARGERI rlw1 II L further adaptation of the gasoline motor solve the problem of aerial navigation Tu this question those who have tnadea study of the navigation of the air who arc divided into tyo classes the balloonists and those who have been called navigators reply in the affirmative The gasoline motor fsthe keIto aerial flight The adaptation of ga automobile motor for aercinauties by Dr Wolfret in 15anq by M Santo Dumont in 1898 was the widesjt step in the ciencc of aerial navigation iii its whole history and both divisions of aeronauts the followers of Montgolfier iho still pin their faith to the gas balloon and have made dirigibjlity their aim and the other gen eral class of investigators whp have discarded the lifting power of gas and depend solely upon plancj surfaces and mechanical propulsion for ascensional orce have evolved new pKciples since the petrol engines rep ohltionii d the automobile aerialrmachines M SantosDumont who is the Teslal of the balloon age and who has receiver much applause and won renown for less advancement thantmany J his colleagues is now experimenting to overcome the two great enemies of gas ballooiisga condensation and dilatala tion Messrs LabaudJof Paris have bui t two airships one of which has made a journey f 60 miles at a minimum speed of 25 miles an hour IIn Aniejrica today attention is being attracted to that branch ol aeronautics which pertains to birdlike flight Orville and Wilbur Wright oT Dayton Q have since 1900 been conductintr evtnMsive ex periments w th mancarrying gliding machines and in their report to the Aero cl ib of America of their expcjfiments in 1905 made in a swampyme dbwejght miles east of I piton 0 from June until the thciearlr macliines He v 2415 miles in 38 minutes and three seconds By aver sight the tank containing gasoline was riot completely filled and the exhaustion of fuel was the catlscof stopping the flight Tie 1905 flyer had a totallwci ht of a pounds inch ding the operator and thCinighfS V Jf QJV were made n circles Landings at highspeed vi C were made vithout strain oi trouble fl jap Uiew of American Cou making JrOYOKICHIIYENOGA of University of Chicago The Japihcse cus tom of arranging tit marriage of the daugh ter between the parents of the parties concerned is infinitely superior t the American method its attendant anx icties In Ameica you have the long period of courtship in which the young man i kept on pins and needles mot of the time always with the knowledge that his steeples nights his bouquets of violets his thcate- tickets and his fervent worship of the divinity may Ire but loves labor lost For aft r dangling the luckless youth upon a string for several months the air American ode ess may cast her worshiper aside and demand new sacrifices from a fr slave And even the yoking wonte themselves ai e In somelmcs given alirltlear i1lJapar we are not troubledttin anylsuch way Mental energy and brain force a e considered more valuable injour cote trn and so when the daughter arrives at a marriagOnble agc her pare Its determine on suitable sills ice for her the parents of tll1 young man arc called into conference a id the marriage IS jforthwit i solemnized Asa result the young man is saved in infinite amontof mcntnl force which can be utilized to b tter adx antagc r j There aie somedrawbacktb domestic life in Japan hdwever The mother inlai the terra of the eastern household is the recd nire troditmilerion it sovereignty hall be tacitly acknowledged if porchnnce tHc old lady dies the wife is givcn a chance to exercise her leadership in the domestic arrangng its of the household There aie nd old bachelors and old maids to adornr the literary hills of J vitab1rc part of life ai d there is no parleyng at the hymeneal altar irti iJ11ntI fttuuiB- y tu rtb DEAN THOMAS A CLARK of the University of Illinois I II with There is sonic thing to lsail in favor of letting a man go his ojvn way and workout his own men tal and tiioral salvation by his own method It may ruin some mienI hut perhaps they be of little value under the most care ill supervision and might as Vell mid it 9111 early as late Certain eXisting conditions hoyvever pake a reaJBonhblc amount of supcrvisior both desirable and The b9tnters high school at till most critical agc of necessa1 Mis h nt oftcnleaves him with little strcn temptations come to hUll from allsides and tendencies develop in hiijn t0 allsoris of nervernck highnbitsJ Reconditions under vhibh the college f1fhnmnJie arc not always cc uducive To tudy Student frcslimen should not be made t feel lilce t less children Give them seme freecl fit It is better eve i that at times hejshould make misLakisaiul fit wrong than thltnlr initiJitive should be taken front hUll 1JS ndt the making of mistake or the g ing wrong that ngIJliYncvere in the college community are rither hard during thrush season on the attractive freshman without a level he id andsjlrong backbone There is the ithletic situation including fit c door the t newspapers t college fraternities have pi lid quite jis much evil as it seems lame ircumstances warirant There arthc drinking and gambling and the scarlet woman standing with open doors and open arms Groh hint 01 Iris money and honor flies conditions and freeijbm mnii be quitd valuable in de vtfloping or it may lead to ruin t 4 Nt r- SrrrrI UNDERTAKING IwEare today and from now on will be better equipped to vprbeforecur for youmr neon e nllnrnly people We have a man of twentynine years experience connected I with us one who knows every detail of the business He FUNERALspectfully invite a part of the patronage of the public and we feel tctoryserviceexclusive right for Washington countyno otherundertaker can use it in this county j These Vaults are of Stone and Will Preserve the Casket and the Body FOREVER theyarethattheVault when placed in the earth js in its natural state and will last THESEVAULTS superiortoHAYDOH BUR- TONTTTTl BOYS Hmm stimuli DISCOVERS BROKEN RAIL AtfD GIVES WARNING BAFFLED BY SNOWSTORM Elba Neb Struggling through ia Dlizzard w1tlinight coming ion AJharlle Hudson a 14yearold farer IJo living in the country near r eeuied mail train from a disastrous wrejck When carried Into the depot by the train mon the boy was almost froze but has ndw recovered land feels no I effects from his terrible race through the storm with a hundred lives as th stake Seeing a storm brewing Mr tjud son sent the boy who is large and strong for his ago to a pasture more arsnould break While walking along theiUhlun Pacific tracks the boy saw that lie gnrftlcn cold had caused one of the steel rails to break in such- Inmmer a that a train passing either would be derailed The broken trail was on top or a hight embankment und a plunge downward by a train meant death to manS lflI knqw that an eastbound passenger salaj y knew that that train Had to be st pit hefore It reached that broken rail iasIthe nearest Istation and as I started the storm hole and the snow bogit andm0 face and nearly blinded mo 1 11 v it Wouidn t do to atop so I went a ue1bstswalking Before I iad gong half a mile t1C ground was cover wijn snow aOdl IJB WAUNKD THIS CON DOCTOR JUS AS THEY WKI11C PULLtKG OUT whoa 1 had gono a mile there wore several inches of snow on the ground This made It still harder for me to travel but Rout on knew I just must reach Elba aiut stop that train uDul the snow got so UCel and the storm was Iso terribly that I found could not Ylossibly beat the troll to Elba But I kept on going anyway It got colder and colder and I begs to feel drowsy from the effects of this cold The searching wind took the snow limbo every opening of niclothes and I was pretty toot SevcnU times trncltlandthinking I could manage to flag i hilt I was afraid that the engineer wouldnt See mo It was almost night anyway and thq blinding snot made it Impossible to see more than y feet ahead ot me After awhile I knew that train ought tohave passed me and then it struck me that the storm had delayed it and it was late I couldnt tell how much but that only added excite iheiil the uncertainty of it And the excitement gave me new life so that I struggled on through the snow I heard the train whistle in the distance and I saw houses near so I knew I was in the edge jof the town It was a race then sure enough and the train neat Mlle to the depot but I staigered up just as the conductor gave 10 signal to pull out I yelled al the engineer and see fug the cotidltior I was in the waited maneaged to got breaitjh enough to tell him fellcdown in the sttov The train men took Charlie Into tlie depot pouredu BOrne whisky down aroundnIIall right Scctj n lien wore placed aboard the kraint young Hudson wis slowely down tot thei broken rail which was soon rehired arid the train crossed safely At a point nearest his fathers house the t atn was stopped and young Hudson got off Eliemboy a lifepass on the system for his fortitude In bravln9th bliz zard to save tile Sinking Land Heligoland is gradually sinking intc the sea anydisasearid burning sensation instantly For sale by every dealer in Blue Grass ORESVIlLEAp Born since our Jast to the wife of Geo Gibbfe Jr a son countydIt looks us though the mumps will 1sdst as new eases do every y liavesoldestheirtobacco cropto Mr Moss at JJ centsiMr D L Hump reY was inburmidst last Sundayihave ben studying on this local IWe question foul some littl bit and at it one w ly it looks vrong to a riiansj rig it away from him for I believe a ma has as much right to take a drink as he has t do any thing else he wants to do White upon the other hand when a man makes a whichlbread it looks like he ought I1tbe allowed to drink at tUI As fat as lam concerned whisky does not bother me one particle nor do I bother jt The best way to get rid of it wouldbe to stop making We believe the majority of the people down herd are for local option But as an Honorable Repro sentative once said to ine Mobresville people are not the only beople to be se meantThe said So every voter in Wash ington county go to thee polls when Ib oal option is voted on and vote as I do and that it is as you please Danger From The Plague Theres grave danger fiom the plague prevalentDiscovery for consumption Coughs Foresttipeople living in climates where colds prevail I find it quickly ends them Pl Pneumonia cures LaGrippe gives wonedertul relief in Asthma and lungstrongsit 100 drugtSubscribe for The Sun 100 year Subscribe for The Sun 100 rear rrH FreemanGrave = Vault I- FREEr t rrrt0 GHOSTI Objected to MiisicBeing Made With His Fiddle thltoIlOWigThenegroes neighborhood are in a state of terror as WesleyLewis fiddler10f theIrepresent Wesley walked in at the making his way to the musi cian grasped the violin and placed it under his arm at the same ex claimi g in a hoarse voice If yo must iiave music git yo own fiddle yo cant have mine And he turned and walked from the room and dis appear jd in the darkness They all retratingfigure inadequateIto andgn injurie to a score or more Rh umatism Makes Lift Miserable A hajppy home is the most valuable posses lon that is within the reach mankirld you cannot enjoy its comforts rheumatismYouyou enter your home and you can be relieve from those rheumatic pains by applying Chamberlains Pain Balm anditscottsalebycvcfYIrs Lucinda Ham of Hardmoney pnctl r Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells rtri the brain and spinal cord and from this battery nerve force is sent out through the s stem of nerves To keep the ody healthy you must have plenty ofnerve force if workimPcslug sh digestion bad appe tite poor kidneys inactive and ache pains and misery are the naltytYoti can strong with Dr Miles Nervine It as fists in generating nerve energy it strengthens the fern sand makes the whole system strong and vigorous recommendingDrfrom fwervou pro lraUon In mnli and elnneholy After oYeral month Buffering from above le see Immedlatdonn t e nerves chaBee awiy the gloomy and depressing thoughts and ogthandetorerT JUDGE JACOB SEEM Madison Wi oonsln byyourIttollsheMiles IridIy THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 1Il t + tft ift ift ift iftift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift iftift twift ift iilJf t 4I t i r r j IILHIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS v t PAY 1i 3 4J tit I PAY CASH J I II rI 5000it 1 I I 4 i Lii rtJ f x w- r itt 4 j zu ++ + + + 1+ + + ++ iZt ift ift 0 ift ft tft ift ift + ift ift ift ift i Nigh School Notes i + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 1t11tIIt 1t1 Ifl Wtutt11t1 tt1 ttJ tf1 Prof Colvin and wife accompanied by Miss MaryHaydon went to Louis ville to attend the Grand Opera Baseball haS come on the playground and driven out Foot andahalf and the other merry diversions of winter Considerable talent is found and in the month that remains it is hoped to get a good team =Much of the time on the playground is taken up by practice for track events Harry Shultz John S McElroy and Frank McCabe are showing up well in the broad jump The first two named are going to enter the one hundred yard dash at Practice for the scholastic declama tory and singing contests at Harrods burg as well as Commencement is caus ing no little work for the professors and the students say they fear an epidemic c of brainfag Football and hazing have faded into insignificance when it comes to broken noses since our Young Ladies Exclu sive Base Ball Team was organized A practice park has been procured to the north easto r the school ibuilding and an entirely original article of ball may be seen thbre every recess by spec tators in the second story windows It is rumored that a match game will be played with Lebanon Tickets will be announced later and full arrangements will be to accommodate the crowd One of the trustees passed by ou school last week but failed utterly to recognize the campus since its imprbye ment incident to the spring track work He fears that such luxurious appoint ment will in the course of time wor the downfall of athletics In our school We respectfully suggest to him that i is not these appointments but rather sweltering spring sun that threat our athlectics records The addi lt f vjde spreading shade trees sip matters some relieve the fears and allevate to some DOZEN argumentispleased at our method of doing business y a t Jt 4 11 made tVWW degree our numerous of spring jfever Dr J Smock paid our building a visit the other day Prof Colvin announces Uat he has receive a from anl Lee He has scholars ips from several otter southern coil ges which go to the home pu ipils in the Lyman Barber is in Lour vine this week taxing treatment for nfisal trou ble Lyrian is one of our and it is the nope of all that hje may be cureds as to leave his voice in good condition continual y come to his ears andas usual he finds the present and without foundation albeit a number of our most truthful and influential students as vouchers for its truth The obnoxious report was that Allen Waters had to take a young lady to see the sights at during The fol wing handed into the scri es last week and we publish them by request to our selves the right to say and prove that theyare not our own He v ill be a man Now hes t ill and straight in walk end he dig ifies his t lk rBut sometimes he will forget Hes not st Jl his mothers pet As of And his dig goes And his krife goes peg ginIf the floor which is quickly cijtred by Dr Kings New Life Pills remove all germs from the s stem and infuse new life t griping or 25c at C J Ha dons drug store Misses Jessie Noel and Mallie with Misses Zora and und family visited Uno er at Sunday Mrs Mary Hines was in last Tuesday MrA Coulter and wife were in Mackville Misses Eflie and Maggie spent Sunday with Mrs Eathal Coulter Mrs Mary Hines and Agnes attended Sunday school at Sunday Mr FElIx Noel who has ben sick is better at this writing Mr TJ Trent of Polih waain our midst Pinkston visited his sister at Hillsboro and Mr Allen Sutton and family and Miss Hattie Settles of Valley visited Mr W M Sutton Sunday Mrs Lula and Miss Flossie visited Mrs A C Tuesday Jerome Wilson is visiting his sister Mrs J J Sharp Purdom Pinkston and Iven were in Messrs Ballard and Op Settles and Sam Crook visited this place Sunday Pinkston and James in Satur EGGS I Like Two Peas In One PodbThats how one load of my splendid coal will con tpare one with the other If you wantu hot met1buy my coal Phone me I AM THE PRODUCE MAN i FAIR TREATMENT HONEST DEALINGS JONES MOTTO ALWAYS DO WHAT SAY ILL DO 1 1 1 M1 H JONES TTI Ziixi MJ i W4 i SaturdlYmorning Harrodsburg tVtVtVtVtV epedemics scholarship Washington University graduating classI bestspeakers brsychasing appeared arranged Harrodsburg filstwecouldstanzawas reserving CregorWhen Ahcan yoreImummerly kOn Poisoningt poisonous nauseaheadachediscomfort Guaranteed HILLSBOROI Croo- kspenttunday Willisburg Springfield shopping Saturday Montgomery daughter Willisburg Saturday BROOKSVILLE MrGarnet Saturday Sunday Sycamore Armstrong Armstrong Pinkston Armstrong SpringfieldSaturday Mcsdames1Ci Mackville DEEP CREEK The little vicinity of Deep Creek has not been heard from for quite a lonm time Some may think ye correspond enthas meant to neglect it or has beep asleep No it is true to say that stic has never possessed such an idea as that but has always been glad to receive the sunshine it has brought her eVer since she did not make any appearance of her little vicinity in The Sun The correspondent of Long Run has for several times issued through The Sun that he would like to hear from Deep Creek Well if he does I ask hire to hurry up with the rural route so J wont have to go so far to mail my letters I was glad to see in the columns pf The Sun a statement of the temperance meeting held in Springfield and also a reference to Danville as your corresj pond nt has been inschool in that good town most of the time for nine seasons and I love to hear the name of that good town mentioned for it seems dear to me May the Lord bless the effort the good people are making in favor of temperance Since the last time Deep Creek wa heard from there has been a great deal of sickness but at this writing there am only a few patients left One death ret suited which was that of Mrs Robert Bottom which occurred April 11that 8 oclock It filled the hearts of all this vicinity and those surrounding ii with deep regret Mrs Bottom had been a sufferer for several months and when her death occurred it was not 4 surprise to her physicians and friends She too expected the angel ot death and was willing to leave this world for a better one where she will meet and greet those loved ones she left behind She leaves a husband and a six and a half weeks old child besides a host of friends to mourn her death Her mar fiUedjwIthstowed upon one Your correspondent with a large circle of friends extends deepest sympathy to the sorrowing husband and family Funeral services were field at Deep Creek by Rev Som mers at 2 oclock the following after noon after which the body was laid to rest in the Deep Creek cemetery Mr and Mrs W B Carpenter and little son Reid Thompson spent Easter Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Anderson Holderman Mrs Laura Bestwas in Louisville the pastweek lpokingup the millinery stock for this spring and fall forMrs Chas Coyle who will be the milliner The visitors of Mrs Geo Elliott Sat urday afternoon were Mrs Anderson Holderman Mrs W B Carpenter and little son Reid and Mrs J HrElliott andj daughter Mattie Suhday sjchool here is very largely attended Mr W B Carpenter and MrJ H Elliott Jr were in Mackville Saturday on business Mr John Key is reported very siek at this writing There will be a meeting held in the afternoon at the Grove the first Satur day of next month which will be con nigbtIby Bro Hatchett Bro Summers is a very young preacher being at the age 3f 17 years Hope to see a large at tendance present at all meetings 1The corespondent of Long Run is t pe complimented on his good letters vhichappeared recently in The Sun The people of that vicinity ought to be proud of such a good correspondent k GESTOCK FARM CLARKA large black Jack with white points full fifteen and a half hands high very fine head and ear extra large bone and body good foot The sire twoyearoldJackmany other fine Jacks as any seeder in the State His colts ar7 with fine finish and show for tHemselves what their sire is 3i PEDIGREE SpnishGillntsons Imported Spanish Jack First dam by Imp Spandilier Second dam b lls Jack he by e thd1mGLARK will make the season of 1906 for Jennets onlyat IO TO INSURE A LIVINfi COLT At my barn at Willisburg Ky Pasture furnished at 2 per montbw and must be paid when stock is taken away Care to prevent accidents but po responsibility on my part ahoulo any cur Lien retained on all colts until service fee is paid W S GIBBS fKyIu 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL I8J906 1 I 1 HARNE55HARDWAREI I Iaboutline ever brought to Springfield At Prices Low enough to astonish the trade We have a complete line of all kinds of vehicles d But if you w- antHHARWESSI I Cheap or Fine Farm or Buggy Hr ness we can supplyI your wants at satisfactory prices I WELLS BROTHERS = 1 I II SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday April 18 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield 1KYl theisTERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION seYea 1100 TYreeMonthe 25 WIn writing to have your address this always give the postoffice to which your pape youWishANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county as a candidate fcr Congress in the Fourth Congressional district subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorizedto announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk o Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party A few news papers are asserting that The Clansman which was played at Springfield Afo about six weeks ago is responsi bye for the mobbing of three ne groes in that city Saturday night It is said that Uncle Toms Cabin was a strong factor in bringing about the Civil War in which thousands and thousands lives were sacrificed and destroyedin the North and East who wit tell you today that Mrs Stowes book isMDne of ttye grandest ever r written that the prints of inspira tin and the hand of Providen are seen upon every page an many of them yet insist that it shoved be read by each generation Clansmanftells the other side of the story and so long as Uncle Toms Cabin is kept alive in literature and upon the stage we believe it is right and just that The Claris man be treated in the same man ner though we can hardly see thei necessity of the people giving so much attention to either of the Jbooks Thfromident Roosevelt ih Washington City last Saturday As a matter of personal conviction and without pretending to discuss the details or formulate the system I feel that we shall ultimately have to con sider the adoption of some such schem- as e progressive tax on all fortunes be yond a certain amount either given in upondeathed as to put it out of the power of owner of one of these enormous fo certaiamountn of course to be imposed by the n tional and not the State government Such taxation should of course b a md at the inheritance or- transmission in their entirety of those limitationsThis ia new doctrine thatthe President is preaching after the fashiopoEan income tax perhaps a little more radical It may be a good one it may be bad one but The Sun unlike a h througuvelt is sincere This new doc trine which the President is a vocating will sound a little too much like Bryanism to suit the ald it jsal Ce they will snort steam look angry a admit that they are the y contributed so much moneyti e peoples moneyto the election of a jnan who has art idea of his own Russifan nove lomst w ho recently hit shore in America vith several trunks two poodl nda woman not hisn us these inspiring words free The time is ast approaching Who can say t will come Between then and n mngs a black pall of human torture wful suffering and cruel death Twen ieth century civilization is not for out inlussiallaws of right and justice must be writ n from the red drippings of the word ButRussia must be free andsa jl t vo children and utookup with she whodiked in tights a 1little ruffle around the waist danced jigs in front of baldhead el rows Maxim may be a big novelist but he is a very Litt Cotldn t ne f Kentucky State Journal How adand Youtsey have shaken Ittg tc gether and go carefully over the details pf the assassination and hoy it was planned and how they carried it out and escaped hang ing says an exchange The fact that Howard shook hands with Youtsey who he claims swore hife life aw vJis to our mind- one tS of the strongest of the links that connect him with the assassina tion If Youtsey sWore to a lie and Howard is innocent not all the religious and Christian En deavors on earth could make him so far forget his traducer as to cause him to recognize him in any way There isnt the scintilla of a doubt that H ward fired the fatalshot or that Youtsey aided to that end hWhen Dowie reaches Chica go said the peopleIthere is going to be a fight And the woolwill fly fast in Zion City and there will be much shrieking andwailingandd freeing from the wrath to come which is Dowie but It didnt happened Dowie went straightway to a room in a hotel in the city faandthere he prayed and cussedand shook his fist at newspaper re porters And we were much dis ap pointedall ofu because the aforesaid predicted fight didnot even amount too muchas heated arbitratin That mob at Springfield Mo went very fat beyond the bounds of decent mob law Gov Folk is after ifIthey dont A CARD The produce question which now seems to I e troubling the minds of some of our mee ants as well as a few of the farmers may be in need of more orough explanation than has hereto fore been given In the first place I want to say to the public that my sys tem for handling the produce of Wash ington county means better prices uni form prices equal rights to all men of whatever standing It matters not whether you be posted on the market changes you get the same prices for your produce as the man who is directly in touch with the market This means orphansrto the cant read write or spell or to those living in the opt of totuneequaled anywhere and to advance the produce markets of the county In basismof these facts I mean to spare no pains to push this through and consider no opposition of any significance except that it serves to strengthen the already solid foundation upon which I am build toaway ments of its business interests and if I am Unable to help the people to a higher plan to a strictly honest and fair method of business in the produce line representativedyour pass into the hands of its former managers under the old system of low prices I can not afford to represent p business that is not prosperous or that can not successdoppose my sys tern or who sit on the fence between the two propositions 1 want to say that if you favor the old system and want your business to be handled by just any body and if you think the man to whom you sell your produce in order that you may enable him to maintain a rolling farmers supply system is an advantage to your business if would be wise that you suggest to him the plan of having toesordere5goods which remain on the shelves un sold If this is your plan I would ad thinkowyou are to bring upon your selfSurely surely no man of any business ability or with anydegreeof interest in his future success can main tain this position Let me have your support Very truly M H JONES Trial Next Monday ndThe trial of Dr S M Crume who is indicted in the Criminal Court of Jeffer son county for malicious shooting will be called next Monday This will be second trial the last one resulting lahung jury the jury standing nine for acquital and three for a fine of 50 Hon W D Claybrooke will go to Louisville Monday to assist in the de fense BurglarItprovincialet huntmgaRemedycuredThiscoughs and colds It will loosen and thanhexcellencehasdealer in Blue Grass i f I I High ArtClothing 1 I Wear the Famous WALK OVER Shoes New and Neckwear TNew HATS Just I HIGHART Clothing is as Good in the little things as good I indeed that we warrant them uncoditionally If anything s for jits correction fr K The fabrics are thoroughly tested by special processes the latest and most approved the workmanship and finish are as craftsmen can yg You will derivethe greatest satisfaction from wearing ReceivediIARDESTYwhich Look right when ROBERTSON you buy them iR and stay right wh n you wear WILLISBURG Mrs J M Trent has opened up a new line of millinery goods at this place W LJenkins rind family spent last Saturday at the home of J A Sims Mrs A B Wells has returned home after a visit to her daughter in Louis ville Miss Maybell Gibbs who is attending school at Harrodsburg visited her par ents at this place a few days last week Mrs W W Hyatt visited in Spring field last Saturday Dr WW Hyatt was in Louisville last week on business Irvin Keene colored bought of W S Gibbs a mule for 115 John Turner spent Sunday with his mother at this place Kent Rodgers and wife visited th latters mother Mrs U R Cheatmam last week A good many from this place attende- church at Rockbridge Sunday morning Mrs SabeCooksey spent Sunday with her sister Mrs Earnest Harlow Ben Mcllvoy and family of SWeet Retreat visited his mother Mrs Mary McIlvey who is recovering from an at tack of pneumonia- W T Well has returned home from Louisville where he has been purchasing hisSing and summer gbods 1m1 ir gturnedhome last Sunday afternoon JENSENTON Mr George Cotonou gher boight of Mr Claude Key a cow Our new telephone at this pUce we are glad to say is progressing nicely Several from here attended the sale of Mrs Polie Isham April 16th Mr and Mrs Charlie Cocan ugher of nearEnido spent Friday night with the formers parents Mr and Mrs George Cocanougher of this e Miss Sallie Young who has beer sick in much improved at this Mrs Lizzie Cocanougher sperit Fri DeepeMrs Sarah Ann Eliptt who he s been Brother Elex Spraggin preached kt Beech grove Friday nightj as lwas a bad night bpt few were outtojiear him Police of Lagrange ordered to stop street mashing Subscribe for The Sun IILOO year Subscribe for Tb6 Sun 1SLOO rear n n I i Skirts- Collars 1 j muchd As I have been absent froinjyqur columns for some time 1 jot down a few items Misses Tavieand Bessie Goodietat tended church at St Rose Sunday Miss Grace Sutherland spent Ihe lat ter part of last week with her cousin Ethel Gray Mr Will Shirley and wife of Willis burg visited the latters parents of this place Misses Martha and Ida Gray spent Thursday night with Miss Texie Barlow Mr Mit Sales who has benquit ill for sometime is better at this writing Miss Dessie Weekley oMooresVille spent Saturday night and Sunday with Miss Ollie Parish of near Polin ghterEttiel t Thursday with Mr and Mrs X R Gray A Badly Burned GirL or boy man or woman is quickly out of pain Bucklens Arnica Salve as ap plied promptly G J Welsh of Tekon sha Mich says I use it in my family for cuts sores and all skin injuries and find it perfect Quickest Pile cure known Best healing salve made 26c at C J Haydons drug store 41 nA41 Sailor HatsH I have thel prettiest line of sailor hats ever shown in Sprin ieldallthe latest designs will be pleased to have the Ladies of the town and county cal to see this elerant line of hats now on displayl MRS HTHELocal News Notes Fishing tackle at Johnson Mc Cabes FOR RENTFlat over CW Hagans grocery Apply to C W Hagan BRICK BRICK If you want brick see W P Lawrence White wash brushes at Johnson McCabesIi For SaleChurch chandelier with six lights In perfect order inquire of G W Lyons WANTED 100000 pounds of wool WH1 pay highest cash price WS GIBBS Willisburg Ky Mrs Will Spalding died as her home at Bardstown last week Wanted hams bacons etc at Johnson McCabes HA Royal Slave will be presented at the Opera House tomorrow evening The swellest line of clothing in town See our ad in this Mclntire The ladies of the Presbyterian church realized 45 from their Easter sales on last Saturday Eight bars good laundry soap 25cf cash at Johnson McCabes Rev Williams of the Baptist church will deliver a temperance lecture at Texas next Wednesday evening Cracked eggs at Jones Poultry house at 10 cents per dozen The Sundav School Institute at the Baptist church will commence Friday at 745 All interested in Sunday Schoolwork are urged to be present New beans beets lettuce rhubarb asparagus etc Friday eve at Johnson McCabes Tickets on sale at Red Cross Drug storeHA Royal Slave at Opera House i I have lost a Jersey cow medium sizeJ 8yearold yellow with dark face Any one that will return her or write to me at Springfield Ky I will pay them a liberal reward W M RYAN Just received a fine line of fresh candies at Johnson McCabes r I will pay 18 cents per pound for hens M H Jones Harry Blythe of Lawrenceburg has a cat which was jet black and turned snow white in a nig t It climbed an electric light pole and is supposed to have received a shock Important Notice Are your thick ens sick R 44144 not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drug stores t Seed sweet potatoes ofall kinds Johnson McCabe Oldest mule in Kentucky if not in the United States owned by John Moberly of Nelson county died last week at the age of fortyone years Eccsr EGGS EGGsA C Kimball has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymoth Rocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs from purebred stock at 75 cepts for 15 pd 21 Fresh spring vegeatables at Johnson McCabes Towns over the State have inaugu rated City Beautiful movements Good thing for ugly towels arid should be pushed along Rev L E Campbell assistant super intendent of the Bowling Green Dis trict of the AntiSajoori League of Kentucky is in town this afternoon looking after the interest of the work in this part of the State NOTICE CHICKEN RISERS R 411 44 is sold under a postive guarantee b your local druggist to cure Rqupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded CARBONATED IN BATTLES L 5c JEaster services atthe Presbyterian and Mechodist churches were unusually worshipwerespecial music for the occasion was unusually pleasing Fresh bread daily at Johnson Mc Cabes The farmers meeting which was tQ have been held here last Saturday was postponed till Monday County Court day The crow d in town last Saturday was rather srr all and it was thought best to hold tl ic meeting when a good attendence coul be counted upon NOTICEIt s very neccessary that the estate of F M Campbell be settled as soon as posible All persons in debted to the estate are requested to pay the same at once to the undersigned THEO C CAMPBELL Administrator f the eatatebf FM Campbell Fine country honey at Johnson McCabes S K Campbell reports Danville Court Monday is bbing very dull onlyI a few cattle or the market and those dY inferior qua Sty He made the folI Ipwing sales on j pair aged mules 125I plug horses from 25 to 65 He also reports the sal of Mrs Mary IshamI on Tuesday th 17th near Pgttsville as being very well attended Stock high corn rought 44c per bushel t Seed potatoes land garden seed of all kinds at ohnson McCabes N TILE4li persons indebted to the city of Springfield Ky for business professional do or other license taxI are hereby noti ed that said license isI now due and mu jt be paid at once AnI partiesneglecti g or refusing to payI said license will be proceeded against and provided y ordinance Call on clerkand obtain license P G MCELROY Clerk ity of Springfield KyI In the Tayt r b Circuit Court at nesday a jurytaken in the case of the CamPbellsvilleje James Shipp Joseph Smith in December after a deliberation of orty minutes returned a verdict ojf guilty and fixed his punishment life imprisonment in the penitentiary SUCCESSFUL Mr A W Cbyle rep resenting the M ijestic Range Co who spent last wee here exhibiting storeiMajestic Range at the hardware of McElroy hultz was more than pleased with is labors haying sold eleven ranges It will be remembered that McElroy Shultz used a half page advertisement i i two issues of The Sun to advertise thevent Mr McElroy informs The S n that he received two telephone order j and two mail orders from parties w 10 were unable to be present at the exhibit Mr Coyle is an excellent sal sman and when he is given the prope amount and the right kind of advertis ng he never fails to make his exhibits a success BEG PARDON The Sun is continually getting in trouble with the McElroy boys out in M ssouri and its all our fault too Las week we printed a down right f lsehood on Emmett McElroy It w beremembered that we stated that he had been appointed on a Committee to make arrangements for exKehtuckiz ns to attend the Home Coming in Ken ucky next June In making this stat ment we said that rtAIl exKe tuekians in Kansas etc would attendTMr Mc Troy doesnt reside in Kansas but he is a citizen of the grand old Commonwealth of Missouri the rendezvousf 50000 bighearted Kentuckians We beg pardon Mr McElroy Its tough enougq to beoUT awfulltoband forever kn wn that the McElrby brothers form ly of Kentucky are not residents of Kansas where abideth grasshoppers C rrienations and varied whiskered fello citizens but that they are Missourians of Kansas City oMr Simpson Roberts and son- y Clifford willIe ye in the morning for Clinton county vhere they will be em ployed for some time surveyingfor new railroad + IF YOU HAVENT HEARD ABOUT Red RokYOU ARE A BACK NUMBER The Best Drink on the Market At Grocers Drug Stores and Founts BRICKEN LEBANOCOV f SOLOMON BROS rLEMPERT CLOTHING 11CARRIED clever have long DoubleBrea elegance at15and8 FOR THE BOYSXNiWe have the nobbiest line of Suits for Boys and Children from four to sixteen years have ever carried and the new greys are also conspicuously shown in this line T5 CKNTS TO wantsfor Play Ball IMaster Stith Noe sends the following to the Sun the Springfield base ball team will play at Virginia Avenue the 0 first pretty day Those who will play are Orry McClure pitch Bobby Shultz o catch tith T Noe first base Sam 0Grundy Mayes second base Charles Scrug s short stop Ben Kelly third base John A Tong fielder Hamilton Barber right fielder Herbert Young left fielder Robert McElroy center fielder and Ray Thurman umpire We are now ready to meet Profa Colvin and Charlie Noe This team represents the third grade Four men have been arrested at Springfield Mo charged with being leaders in the mob that broke into the county jail last Saturday night and lynched three negroes The arrival of the State militia has had the effect of calming the popular excitement A special grand jury will be convened to day and will enter upon an investiga tion of toe lynching An Assistant Attorney General isent by Gov Folk will aid the Springfield officials in the iA Powerful Pleii Friday afternoon a 12year old boy left school rind in company with a boy of about the same age and another aged seven years went to a home in awayabut neighbors noticed the boys playing about the house and thought nothing of it until they saw the two older boys trying to take the child down town Thinking the little fellow was ill they went to his assistance and found he was thorughly intoxicated He said the older boys had given him the whiskey As the child was too drunk to walk he was carried into a neighbors and Chief Smith telephoned for Oneof the boys ran home andThe other locked himself in the house and defied the officer who had to threaten to break the door in before he would unlock it At first he denied having the whiskey but late said he had found it in the house As the childwas in a drunken stupor Mr Smith hauled him home Several things of the sort that have happened here re centl are a powerful and pitiful plea for Iqjcal optjop Mrs Qi in Harrods burg Herald New Wash 75 to is useless for lis convey you an the tilde and our popular Waists must see stock yourself V have desirable kind of Lawn nese Lade Net Waists cream white black arid evening shades No matter what you pay the value be the best back if I GRUNDY MclNTIRE Springfield KyI IIIIIIItIIIIIIIiI111116 prosecution yeari q 0 Personal 1 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA n Round of the Weeks Personal News 0O 0 00100000po0 Mr Charley Greene spent several days in Louisville last week Mr H R Shader at home few last week Mr and Mrs Colvin spent Saturday and Sunday with friends in Louisville J Lyman Barber was in ville day last week 1111avisitejlfriends Mrs Lizzie McDowell of Danville visited friends here Friday tI stationLeachman at this place Mrs Alfred Dahoney of Lebanon spent at this qlace Mr Lewis Kelley who attends school at St Marys is at home to spend the Easter holidays with mother this place Miss Jennie Redding the Easter holidays with hersisterMrs John Brown of Lebanon Mrs Leo Haydon and Jittle son Leo visiting her in Bards J town this week and Mrs J R Montgomery visited their parents at St MarySun day Mr and Mrs Bernard Mattingly and little CYthin of Lebanon spent Sunday with Relatives here Messrs Logan Bosley and Bob Bland were here on J beern in Owensboro for several months is at for a few days Elmer Walker of Mclntire spent several days in last week Miss May Cambron of thin place MrsjlHoraceCambron BY Grundy Mclntire Bear all the new and that been as proper this spring The smarty fashioned j Single or ted Coats j With center in various models built superjor quality oure WoolFabrics in a PoPular shpwn Suit unusual merit and to any 20 or tailor made g we SToO Waists It to try to to idea magni beauty of You the every Lingerie Japa Silk and Taffeta in will Money unsatisfied il Notes Up was for days George Mr Louis one Saturday his at are parents Mr daughter Saturday business home Mr Louisville fealtures introduced deep Vests of of equal 25 PRICE cents 900 of oonooooooOOO I Miss Nellie Greene who attends school at Nazareth spent Eater at home and will return to school in the morning Mr Charley Thompson of Louis villevisited at the home of Mrs Harriet MontgomeryVlast week Misses Piety Marie and Louise Barber spent seyeral days with friends here last week Miss Ella Hagan of Fairfield is visiting her sister AIrs S C McGill and aunt Mrs Eliza Cain Drs Deits and Shaunty were in Springfield Monday on business Dr W W Ray of Lebanon was here businessl sisterIj The closing exercises of the colored ublic school will be conducted at the Opera House in Springfield Friday and Saturday of this week MrsJ B Robards has returned after a few days stay m Harrodc burg 7iHon and Mrs C C McChord who have been spending the winter in Frankfort are athome LexingtonWClaybrooke near town last Sunday Mr Coffey whohas been identifie- with the harness factory here for sometime left with his family this week for Somerset where he is employed Mr Rice who has rented the new hotel of Tobin Boblit arrived yester day with his family and will in a few days he ready for business Mr Lum Abel and family will leave this week for Lebanon where Mr Abel is employed Mr Harry ONan who has been m Louisville for several months spent Easter with his parents Mr and Mrs H M ONan of this place Mrand Mrs Tom Spalding and children of Bardstown are visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hay don at this place Spalding and children of iGreensburg are spending the Easter holidays with her parents Mr and placei attends school St Catherines visited her sister Mrs J L Barber last week J I Little Margaret Haydon entertained afew f her friends at sixoclock dinner Monday Those present were Mar garet Edelen Margaret and Ellen Simms Mary and Catherine Spalding of Bar town A Prof and MrsX3olvin Misses Mary WatersIS f Theo C mpbell Will Waters and Ly man B rber were in Louisville last week attending the Grand Opera arEE EEFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 1 lachmanEdelen fII ttt 33333 This Wednesday afternoon at 430 oclock April 18 1906 Mr William Thomas Leachman and Miss Anna Florenc Epelen were united in marri age at S t Rose Rev Fr Vallely of ficiating The wedding was a pretty one and the ceremony was beautifully said whi h united together the lives and destinies of these two of Springfields most highly honored young people The g oom is one of the towns promising yot ng business men being the proprietj r of an uptodate gents fur nishing tore He is accommodating and genteel and has many friends who marriedlis the da ghter of Mr and Mrs J P Edelen of near town is one the coun tys most popular young woman She possesse a genial dispositiona very lovable n iture and by reason of these characteristics she has endeared her self to ai ost of people The Sun together with their hundreds ofi friends extends congratulations apt records a hope that they will evei ind the heaven above lifes broad sje a as bright as it is upon this thje r wedding day and that throughoute the voyage there will be na ty t gladness and that each at the anchoring haven may declare to the voyage has been made ottrhe of light + Cain was best man and Miss Pea l Edelen slAter of the bride CtlementSimms and Arthur Mudd were the ash ers Mis Katie Cain presided at the1 arid as the bridal party entered the chum Miss Willie Knott sangt jl Promise Thee t I I TIlE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18dl9116 I IA i ftA i 4 t t tt J t W4J Iif r i Beverly of i IIx Graustark i f t = r rr e J i r r tu 5 r I u f Do we not look like honest men lie cried with a wave of his hand to ward his companions Beverly looked dubious We live the good clean life of the wilderness Outdoor life Is nec essary for our health We could not live In the city he went on with grim liiimor For the first time Beverly no ticed that he wore a huge black patch ever his left eye held In place by a cord He appeared more formidable than ever under the light of critical In pectlon I am very much relieved said Bev ely who was not at all relieved But why have you stopped us In this man ner Stopped you cried the man with the patch I implore you to unsay that YOWl highness Your coach was quite at a standstill before we knew of its presence You do us a grave in justice ults very strange muttered Bever ly somewhat taken aback Have you observed that it Is quite gbisDear me it lal cried she now able to think more clearly And you are miles from an inn or house of any kind he went onuDo you exrect to stay here all night tyfin not afraid bravely shiv ered Beverly It Is most dangerous III have a revolver the weak little voice went on N J Oho What Is It for To use in case of mergency Such as repelling brigands who sud denly appear upon the scene Yes May I ask why you did not use Itgthis eveningsBecause It is locked up in one of my bagsI dont know just which one and Aunt Fanny has the key confess ed Beverly laughted again a clear ringing laugh that be spoke supreme confidence in his right to enjoy himself And who Is Aunt Fanny he asked covering his patch carefully with his touching hat My servant colredcColored 1 he asked Ip amazement What do you mean 1 Why shes a npgress Dont ypu know what a colored person is You mean she is a slave a blojck lave We dont own slaves any md more He looked nore puzzled than everthen at last to satisfy himself walked over and peered into the coach Aunt Fanny set up a dismal howl An Instant later Sir Honesty was pushed aside and Miss Calhoun was anxiously trying to comfort her old friend through the window The man looked on In silent wonder for a minute and then strode oat to where a group of his men stood talking Is yo dald yIt Miss Bevly Is de end came moaned Aunt Fanny Bev erly could not repress a smile 4I am quite alive auntie These men win not hurt us They are very nice gentlemen She uttered the last ob servation in a loud voice and It had its effect for the leader came to her side with long strides Convince your servant that we mean no harm your highness he said eagerly a new deference lln his voice and manner We have only the best of motives in mind True the hills are full of lawless fellows and we are obliged to fight them almost dtiy but you have fallen In with honest men very nice gentlemen I trust Less than ah hour ago we put a band of robbers to flight 1Ir heard the shooting crled Bever lY It was that which put my escortItb flight =They could not have been soldiers of Graustark then your highness quite gallantly They were Cossacks or whatever you call them But pray why do you call me your highness demanded Beverly The tall leuler swept the ground with his hat once more All the outside wdrld knows the 0Princess Yetlve why not the humble mountain man You will pardon me but every man In the hills knows that you are to pass through on the way from St Petersburg to Ganlook We are npt so far from the world after all we rough people of the hlUsVe know that your highness left St Pe tersburg by rail last Sunday and took to the highway day before yesterday 0because the floods had wdshed away 0the bridges north of Axphaln Ever the hills have eyes and cars 0Beverly listened with Increasing per plexlty It was true that she had left St Petersburg on Sunday that the un precedented floods had stopped all rail iway traffic In the hills compelling her to travel for miles stage and that the wbolecountr7 was contusing 0berIn some strange way with the Prin cess Yetlve The news bad evidently sped through Aiphain and the huh with the swiftness of fire It would be useless to deny the story these men would not believe her In a flash she decided that it would be best to pose for the tUne being as the ruler of Graustark It remained only for her to impress upon Aunt Fanny the Im 0portance of this resolution I WhaLwlsgjpld hills jhei must be 9 i t if I 1 k i 1 k 1f1tiMGUTGttEON l Authoro Grauswk tt 5f t 4CrnG4d ly JIot JNJCoM5arV ff i fJ11fi r i1 fi i s lnmpS1t18mYou ever tha I am the princess she went on It wo Id not be Just to your excellent rep tatton for tact if you did so your blglmesB calmly spoke the man lit Is quI e us easy to say that you are not thep Incess as to say that you are Iso what matters after all1 We re servo the right however to do hom a 0gewise old hills I otTer you the humble services of myself and my compan ions We are yours to command I am v ry grateful to find that you are not brigands believe me said Beverly Pray tell me who you are then and you shall be sufficiently re warded to your good intentions I Oh your highness I am Baldos the goat hunter a poor subject for reward at y ur hands I may as well ad mlt that I am a poacher and have no legal rlgh to the prosperity of your hills The 3nly reward I can ask is for iveness for trespassing upon the prop rty of otl ers You shall receive pardon for all transgress one but you must get me to ome place of safety said Beverly eagerly And quickly tooTyou might well have added he said lightly Tile horses ha e rested I think so with your perm salon we may proceed IIknow of a place where you may spend the night c mfortably and be refreshed for the rou h journey tomorrow Tomorrow 1 How can I go on I am alone she cried despairingly Permit lae to remind you that you are no Ion er alone You have a raged following your highness but It hall be a loyal one Will you reenter the coach 1 it Is not far to the place I speak of and I myself will drive you were Comk it Is getting late and y hungryHe and his hat swept tile ground once more The light of a huntern played fitfully upou hlSdark gaunt face with its gallant smile and ominous patch She hesitat ed fear ent ring her soul once more He looked un quickly and saw the iiide lsion in her yes the jinute appeal Trust me your highness he said gravely and she allowed him to hand her into the oach A moment later he was upon the drivers box teina in hand Calling out to his companions jin a language strange to overly cracked the whip and 01 ce more they were lum bering over t Ie wretched road Bever ly sank back Into the seat with a deep sigh of resigi atlou Well Im in for Itsh thought It doesnt tatter whether they arc thieves or an eels I reckon Ill bavetc take what coi les He doesnt look very much like au nttgelj but he looked at me just now nslf he tbought 1 were one Dear In I wish jl were back In Wttshmtdn 1 CHAPTER V ff1Wq men walked close he one qf them bear orfe They conversed and in it language Which Beverly could not understand After awhile he found herself analyz ing the gurb Uud manner of the men She wes sajHig to herself that here wore her fist real specimens of Grau stark peasant y and they were to mark an Ineffaceable spot In her mem ory They wer dark strong facexl met of medium height with fierce black eyes and long black hair As no two were dressed alike it was Ijmpossible to recognize characteristic styles of nt tire Sonic were in the rude baggj ostumes of tMe peasant as she hud Imagined hint Others were dressed in the tight llttln but dilapidated Jill forms of the Soldiery while several were In clothes partly European and partly There were hats und fezzes and caps sOme with feathers In the bands others without The mUll nearest the coach wore the dirty1 gray uniform of an army otlieer full of holes and rents while another strode aong In a pair r baggy yellow trou sers and a dusty London dinner Jacket All in nil It was the motllest baud of vagabonds she had ever seen There were at least ten or a dozen In the par tyj While a few carried swords nil lugged the long rifles and crooked daggers of the Tarttu Aunt Fnnufr Beverly whispered suddenly movini o the side of the sub dued servant Abere is my revolver It had ometohr like a flash that a subsequent emergency should not find jnwdroppedrings In a black s reen Good Lawd hawhat tfoiMissBevly IYNowI Ill tell you some hlug queer Get my revolver right awt y and dont let those 1YhlleAuntIn search of the rearm Beverly but lined the situation briefly but explicit ly The old worn in was not sloto byteartlons with astonishing avidity JeJ wello Jlghness0 she std COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky S P Thompson AdmrVetc Plaintiff vs H L Goddlett Defendant Equity By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court Othe150 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 28 day of December 1906 until paid I proceed to otter for sale at the Court in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock p m 01 thereabout be ing County Court dayto the highest and best bidder at public auction thefollowingdescribed thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on Long Lick cre k in Washington county Ky bounded Beginning at a stone on bank of slid creek corner to Gray thence down s ud creek 2260 poles to a stone corner to Sleet Chessirtthence with ChessIs line o ooj 01 4U poles to muiie thence S 58 E lOA poles to stone thence N 83 E 27 poles to stone thence N 80 J E 8 45 poles to stone thence N JOJ E 36 15 poles tostone thence N57 Et94 poles to beginning Containing 61 acres Amount to be raised 21045 For the purchase price the pure aser or purchasers with approved security ringlepaid and hqvin the force and effeitof prepiredtoM G LEACHMAN M C W CC COMMISSIONERS SALE Washington Circuit Court Ky 4W H Riker etc iPlaintiff vsTHRoyalty etc DefcndantEquity t By virtue of a judgment and order of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the October term 1905 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court Housedoor in Spring field Ky on- MONDAY APRIL 23 1906 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout being County Court dayto the highest and at auction a eighteenJ0rty towit or to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made A tract of land on the Bloomfield and Harrodshurg turnpike bounded on the North by said turnpike on the East by the lands of C C Durr on Southeast ly lans of C C Durr and S C Shirley oni Southwest bv lands of Jerome Shirley and Richard Leonardand on North jy Paralee Sanders Containing 65 acre and 21 roods Amounb to be raised lr34755 CostA 4320 139075 For the purchase price the purchaser- or purchasers with approved security bearinglegpaid and having the force and of 1ato comply promptly with these terms M LEACHMAN M C W CG CpJuMISSiaNERS SALE i Washington itCourt KyI Mrs Lulie Kelly Exutrix etcof the will of J W Kcly Plaintiff vs C li Mudd etc Defendant Equity By virtue ofa judgment andorder of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Februnry term 1906 in the above styled filtoo I shall proceinCto offer fer sale at the Court door in Springfield Ky on MONDAY APRIL 231906 at 2 oclock p m or thereabotitba ing County Court dayto the Highest and best bidder at public auction Upon a credit of six and twelve months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made iflKyturnpike and the railroad about one mile North of Springfield Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at isIpoint in the Eastern edge of the of way of the railroad 50 feet eist the center of the line thereof n the continuation of the old fence row thence N 882 E 77 poles and 10 links with the old fence row in Mutlfcans line to a stone in same N 17 E 26 and 10 links with Mullicans line thence to a valnut corner to James Shea in Mulhcans line thence with Sheas line N 82 W 70 poles and 10 links to corner to tollgate lot thence S 86J W to the center of the Bloomfield and Springfield turnpike thence with the center of said turnpike N 10 W 12 to the bridge east fork of Roan Run thence N 86 W 10 poles to the eastern edge of right away 50 feetcenter line thereof thence to the beginning Containingacres Two notes and interest12600 5 Costs 6175 Total amount to be raised132t80 For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearin1legalan of a Judgem nt Lien is retained on land for whi h bonds are executed Bidders will be to c 0withMI G LEACHMAN M C W C Co Prof John R Hagan principal of the only colored school in Knott county has been adjudged insane fvIIt Practical Dentisti SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY LDental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed ffice over Haydon Barber l illJi M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office In Hagon Dlook up stairs B D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD J KENTUCKY 0Lifean reliabledworld Your 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LOUlSVILLEDAiLIES The Sun arid The Louisville Times one year5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier JournalexceptSunday 6 40iSunday 8 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three in theweek370TheCourierJournal any three days in the week six 30TheierJournal one year2 80 The dailyHeraldThe LohisvillEveningPost WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYlOU WAM when you want to aTe a job of work JbaveOOdItoh0118edouIt1nice In print but dont come up Pay yourm lIerout at home ahdIt may come back again but send itto one of the big mail order houses and It will buy accent cigar for some theroUowlngable men When you want to make a purchase Wok over this list and select your store You thbillHAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS i Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dqaler In Fancy Groceries and PrOduce Conrad Her lein Baker and Confectioner hebst IMeals Served Tted Cross Drug Store 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Thomas Hodgenville Kyis one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testi monials coming from people who have been cured or jgreatly benefited the past year This is new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the saleof 2646 boxes For Sale By All Druggists DRJ W T Ic- y00000000000000000000a00000 NOTARY PUBLIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH 0In Jas Jv Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Mortgages Deeds and Contracts HavebeenTHOS J Graves ROBERTSON BROS Delllers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc C W Hagan i Dealer In Groceries Vegetables Ice Beer Etc W E Leachman Dealer In Frniture Carpets Musical Instruments I James J Graves RepairingI Mclntire 4 ljDialera Dy Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes ShultzIDealers In 1Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc r Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc Land 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of highclass shoe repairing at the most reasonable prices 0ADOLPN ZAHNZINIEM 17 The deaf and dum shoemaker Subscribe for TheS nLOO year THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 7 BEVERLY OF- GRAIJSTARK By GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON Author of GnuaUrk- Copirtflht UJbll Dwld McadandCnmpanv with flue reonce Aiiil pocuan ee bottle o pepui milt fo yo If yo jes don mine lime pulliu an bauljir nioiigst dose boxes Mebbe yo nil druther hab lileldSheldug nary circumstances she would have been mortally afraid to touch It but riot so la this emergency Beverly shoved the weapon into the pocket of her gray traveling jacket tiI feel much better now Aunt Fan ny she saUl and Aunt Fanny gave a cast chuckle fans maam indeed yo highness she agreed suavely The coach rolled along for halt aii hour and then stopped with a sudden Jolt An Instant later the tall driver appeared at the window his head covered A man hard by held a lantern Qua vandos ar deltanct yds sereut said the lender showing his white teeth exIeye to beglowlnJ with pleasure and excitement What V murmured Beverly hopeless S ly A puzzled expression came into Ills face then his smile deepened and Ills eye took on a knowing gleam Ah see he said gayly your highness prefers not to speak the language of Graustark Is It necessary for me to repeat In English I really wish you would said Bev erly catching her breath Just to see bow It sounds you know Your every wish shall be gratified I beg to Inform you that we havo HaIenTomorrow we too abandon the place so our fortunes may run together tor some hours at least There is but lit tIe to offer you in the way of nourish ment and there Is none of the com forts of a palace Yet princesses can no more be choosers than beggars when the fares In one pot Come Sour highness let me c nc1uctyou to the guest chamber of the Inn of the Hawk and Raven Beverly took his hand and stepped to the ground looking about IW wonder and perplexity I see no Inn she murmured appre hensively Look aloft your highness That great black canopy Is the roof we are standing upon the floor and the dark shadows just beyond the circle of light are the walls of the Hawk and Raven This Is the largest tavern In all Grau stark Its dimensions are as with as the world 4YoU itseltI till r the girl cried in dismay Alus f must And yet there Is shelter lllrelCome with meet your senant follow He took ticr y the hand and leu her away from he coach a utl lantern bearur siUcedlfg Beverly4 little right hand was rigidly clutching the revolver in her pocket It was a capacious pocket u9rodIlay oil the bottom The little leather purse from which it escaped had its silver iipsopeneii as rln a broad grin of derision revoking in the plight of the chamois ThV guides hand was at oihee linn and gentle his stride bold y t easy Ills rakish hat with Us ag giiissive red feather towered a full he Id above Beverlys Parisian violets Uave you no home at allriio house In which to sleep Beverly asked live in a castle of air said hew 1 Iing his hand gracefully I sjicep in fathersVon Beverly pityingly Ho laughed und absently patted the hilt of Ids swore She hoard the men behind them turn iiiT tire coach Into the glen through which they Walked carefully Her feet fell upon u soft grassy sward and the clatter of stones was now no longer heard They were among the owy trees gaunt trunks of enormous sizu looming up in the light of the la torns Unconsciously her thoughts unflthehad inlnJ ned It to be Soon there cam to her ears the swish of waters lugIIIYher yes were set with alarm upon the blacic wall of night ahead Yetive had spoken more than buce of this wilderness an unlucky traveler had beenllost forever In its fastnesses It is the river your highness There is no langer I will not lend you Into It he said a trifle roughly We are nreIcoverledc we ar j your highness This Is the Inn of the Hawk and Raven He bowed and pointed with his hat to the smoldering lire a short distance ahead They had tmtiela bend in the overhanging cHiT and were Very close to the retreat before she saw the glow The fire was in the open air und dl rectly iurlontof a deep cleft iu the rocky background Judging by the sotmiutltlme river could npt be more than feet away lien came up with lanterns and others piled brush upon the lire In a very short time the glen was wqinlly illuniliiafed lj the lane lug llames From lut seat on the huge log Beverly wa j thus enabled to survey a portion of her surroundings The overhanging Itjdge o rock formed WldejtRI canopy a nderneath wlrich shelter The floor seemed grassless Icain and here and pallets of long grass evi couches of these homeless about were liege trees and +++++ r+ + + H+ i HAVE 1 BoughtI1000 inches of space from The Spriri gtieWStm to be used tit during the yearto advertise iny Re11 Estate and Insur eance business I Want to advertise for you If REE OF it yourBUSINESSin rafew farms to offer this week but these as you will W dnot near fill up In spa e Remeinber the W white space BELOW IS YOt RS No1 40 acres 4 miles from S rin fi ld well waterod good Lt land good dwelling good stable bhicksmilh shop on arm rented tT W close to W fWVe No 370 acres miles from SnnngfiekJ 1brood dwilling Hpiooil 1tWNo 4255acrcs three good barns tt dwellings plonty of w grass All the farm ready for the plow rice SliO per acre W fit Noi 5467 acres seven miles from Spri itcldplenly timber oneIalfJW tNo G205 acres 7 miles from Springfie d dwelling 3 to its bacco barns one stocK barn all neceswiry outbuildings plenty tim goodITJ 175acres dwelling stable wo watered welifonced tit fN farm tobacco land Seven milts frog town 13128 acres two mjle from Spring told plenty timber till Itoutbuildings goqd KnwSj good dw HUll and barn Price 1W 20 per acre w No9 G5 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hokl tOil acros ftobaccowell fenced l t t fttllarge dwelling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price v87 50 per acre 1122 acres six j nns from Spri ijjfield on good mike + t tNo timber ask oak wko and pOll ir Clrchtndsch091two barni two dwellings tole in t watered mid plenty tobacco li ud ii ice 3 per acre ftNo 12The most daai loI4hI w in Spit igfield Well located t t 44 No HA nice cottage in S rinjifiold G dd barn with uara of fIt ground Cheap I1t No 14150J acres seven ilear Crwh SpriiKfield on rood pike p 50 acres timber two now Uivi m w lwehut j house plenty of Tft i tobacco land 50 acres ofVS go xtlon land Trice 00V 1 4I Several other pied of 11 uropei y IOU want a home in atSpringftold lve go it at iB Dm Lake I P InV aelr1tttHttXt ti+ j trTHiii fVI- In the dlrectloh of The river the grass grew higher and then give place to reeds The foliage above was so dense that the moon mind stars werejnvisible There was a deathly stillness in the nil The very loneliness was so appalling that Beverlys poor little heart was in a quiver of dread Aunt Fanny who sat near by had not spoken since len- In the coach but her eyes were expressively active The tall leader stood near the fire conversing with half a dozen of his followers Miss Calhouns eyes finally rested upon this central figure in the strange picture He was attired In u dark gray uniforms that reminded her oddly of the dragoon choruses In the comic operas at home The garments while torn and soiled were well lifting Ills shoulders were broad anil square his hips narrow his logs long and straight There was an air of Impu dent grace about him that went well with his life anti profession Surely here was a careless free lance upon Whom life weighed lightly while death stood afar off and despaired The light of the tire brought his gleam lag face into bold relief for his hat Was off Black aml thick was his hair rumpled lied apparently uucared for The fare was lean smooth and strong with u devilmaycare curve at the cor ners of the mouth Beverly found her ef llHJentlug the fart that such an in teresting face should bo marred by an ugiy black patch covering she knew not what manner of defect As for the rest of them they were a grim com pany Some were young and beardless others were old and grizzly but nil were active alert and strong The leader appeared to be the only one in the party who could speak and under stand the English language As Beverly sat and Watched his virile mocking flue and studied his graceful move ments she found herself wondering how an Ignorant homeless wanderer in the hills conld be so poetic und so cultured as this fellow seemed to be Three or four men who were unmis tulmblyof a lower order than their companions set about preparing a Hum per Others unhitched the tired horses and led them oil toward the river Tiwo dashing young fellows carried the seat cushions under the rocky canopy and constructed an elaborate couch for the princess The chief with his own hands soon began the construction of a small chamber in this particular cor ncr of tie cave near the opening The walls of the chamber Were formed of carriage robes and blankets cloaks and oak branches The guest chamber your highness he said approaching her with a smile at the conclusion of his work It has been most Interesting to watch yon she said rising And It has been a delight to inter est you he responded You will timid seclusion there and you neemiVseeneue- of us until it pleases you She looked him fnirl in the eye for a moment and thou impulsively extended her hand lie clasped it warmly but not without some show of surprise I am trusting you implicitly she said The knave Is glorified was his simple rejoinder lie conducted her to the improvised bedchamber Aunt Fanny following with loyal but un certain tread I regret your high ness that the conveniences are so few We have no landlady except Mother Earth no waiters no porters no maids in the Inn of the Hawk and Haven This being a mens hotel the baths fire on the river front I am having water elIrow r confess we have no towels She laughed so heartily that his face brightened perceptibly while the faces of his men turned in their direction as though by concert It Is a typical mountain resort then she said Jjhlnk can man ure very well1 jlf you will fetch my bags to my room air By the way will you have dinner served In your room Very good hu moredly If you dont nilnil Id like to eat In the public dining room said she A few minutes later Beverly was sitting upon one oi her small trunks and Aunt Fanny was laboriously brushing h4r PlhlcgsjlllUrlllllllrI nthIr t of the road hull been brushed away by the vigorous lady hi wn1ting- Yaas maam Miss yo highness hits monstrous flue fo ohut whar is Ah rout to sleep Out yondah wlf all dose scalawags said Aunt Fanny rebellious Yon shall hates bed hi here Aunt lanny fciiid Beverly Keys do jiuoerus lot o trahips All ehdld see all woultin trust em us for uHAlicould houve a brick house lint tin leader Is such a vory courte ous gentleman remonstrated Beverly finVVGait gin or Aunt Fan uys ore TfUllitueiWltS lime with the vagabonds to sot on the loc besldi the tall leatr nUll ate heartily of the broth and broiled pout ment the grapes amid time nuts and drank of tlm spriti water width took the place of wine anti cone nml cor dial It teas a fttniuge supper amid strange environment but she enjoyed it ts she had never before enjoyed ii- meal The Ill was full of romance wnslIlltuurnl that she scarcely could bs- lleve herself nwalve The world SCCl- ltleltohJlI gone back to time days of Robin Ifood and his merry then You fare woll at the run theyv Hawk and Raven the said to him1 her voice tremulous with excitement He looked mournfnUv at her for a uicmiGnt and then smiled naively It is ltnrstJ wiioiesome meal we have had in two day i hd replied You dont mean itVt Yes We were lucky with the guns today hate was kttdto us and to you for we are better prepaed to en tertaln royaltj today than at any time since I have been in thehills of C5rau starkJThou you have nbt always lived In Graustttrk Alas no your lighness I have lived elsewhere But you were botn iji the princi palHy I am a subject of its princess In heart from this day forth but not by birth or condition I am a native of the vast domain known to a few of us as Circumstance and he smiled rather recklessly You are a poet a delicious poet cried Beverly forgetting herself In her enthusiasm Perhaps that fe why I am hungry and unshorn It had not occurred to me In thatllght Vhemi you are ready to retire your highness he feaid abruptly rlsinFwe shill be pleased to con of the Hawk and Raven closed for ther night Having feasted well we should sheep well We have a hard day before u With your consent I shall pace mcouch of grass near your door I jam the porter You have but to call If anything is desired She was tired but she would have sat up all night rather than miss any of the strange romance that hid been thrust upon her But Sir RedlWthers suggestion savored of a command and she reluctantly made her way to the flapping blanket that masked the en trance to tlioMbetlchninber He drove the curtain aside swung ids lint low and muttered a soft good night May jour highness dreams bepleas aut ones he said Thank you said she and the cur tam n dropped Impertinently That was vjjgycool of him I must iishe add ed as she looked at the wavering door When she went to sleep she never know She was certilln that her eyes were rebellious for a long time and that she wondered how her gray dress would look after she had slept In it all night She heard low singing as if in the distance but mutter awhile the stillness became so intense that its pressure almost suffocated her The rush of the river grew louder apd louder and there was a swishing sound that lied in her ears utmost us she won = dared what It meant Her last waking thoughts were of the black natch poet Was he lying war time door She was awakened In the middle of the night by the violent flapping of her chamber window Startled she sat bolt upright and strained her eyes to- plgrce the mysterious darkness Aunt Fanny on her bed of grass stirred cons nisivefy but lid riot awake The blackness of the strange chamber suds broken ever and anon by faint flashes of light from without anti she lived through long minutes of terror before it dawned ujum her that a thunder storm was browing The wind was rising and the night seemed agog with excitement Beverly crept from her conch and felt her way to the fluttering doorway Drawing aside the blanket she peered forth hito the night her heart jumping with terror lieu high neBs was very much afraid of thunder and lightning The fire in the open had died down until naught remained but a few glow- Ing eu bcisfhese were blown into brilliancy by the wind casting asteady lied light over the scone There was but one human figure in sight Beside the fire stood the tall wanderer He was limitless and witless and his arms were folded across his chest Seeming ly oblivious to the apprWeh of the storm he stood staring into the heap of ashes at his fool His face was toward her every feature plainly distinguish ableu tile faint glow from the fire 10 her nriinxoment the black parch was missing froin his eye ahtlwhat surprises her almost to the point of ex clalmiifg aloud there appeared 16 he absolutely no reason Jpj1 Its presence there at iniy time There watfno mark or blemish upon or about the eye It was as clear and penetrating as Its follow darkly gleamlngin the rod glow from below Moreover Beverly saw that ho was strikingly hamlsome =a strong manly face The highly im aginative sou thorn girls m iml reverted to the first she hilt scan Suddenly tJortlultsIf1UPOleon his hoiid and ed some abruptly 10 Sue fell back breathless Lie stoppil just outside anti sue lamest that he was listening for sounds from within Aft er many minutes she stealthily lookout forth alntlh lie was jjlandlng near tIlt lIre his back toward her looking oil Into the night Tho wind wits growing stronger The broejses fanned the night into a rush of ftekeritugsoftransforming the treetops Into great black wave s Tall reeds atone the rSv or batik begun to head their tops to swing themselves gently to nUll from theAvind In the lowlands dowu from the cave willothe isps played tag wlni jaekroMnnterns norrily sfartmper ing about in the bis ckness fcmindi ing her of time revelers in a famous Broekun scene low moans grew out of time havoc and voices seemed to speak in unintelligible whispers to the agitated twigs and loayes The se crets of the wind wore being spread upon lie records of the night Tales of many climes pawed through the ears of Nature From gentle undulations the nmrsh land reeds swept into now r dips danced wilder minuets lashed each other with infatuated glee mocking the wl IStle of the wind with an angry swisji of their tall bodies Around tie cornttos of the Inn of the IIstwk until Raven noMrrlod till singing Ureesofli le1 VSVVVS luctatit to leave a piuygrounfi sol pleas lug to the fancy Soon the night became a caldron a surging hissing roaring receptacle In vhich were mix c1115nsterXlghtblrdR treetops In search of shelter reeds wore flattened to the earth boning to She saw him throw lift chant alotJ the sovereignty of the wind clouds roared with the rumble of a million chariots and then the sly id the earth mot in one of those savage con flicts that make all other warfare seen i as playtAs Beverly sank back from lib crash she saw him throw his arms aloft as though inviting the elements tb muss themselves and their oil his head She shrieked involuntarily and he heard the cry above the Ct rnage Instantly his face was turned In her direction Help Hip site cried H bounded toward tile swishing robes and blankets but his Impulse had found a rival In the blast Like a flash true walls of the guest chamber were jivhlsked away scuttling off lute the night or back Into the depths of the cavern With the kluge came the matt Front among the stifling robes he s Ltched her up and bore her away she knew not whitherICHAPTER VI O AY all storms ens qlensanf1- as this oue Beverly heart someone say at merry Inugh The next Instant she was placed soundly upon her feet At blinding flash of lightning reveajedBttl dos the goat hunter at her side while- a dozen shadowy figures were scrambling to their feet in till corners of the Hawk and Raven Some clutching her by the dress at 01wus She did not have to look down that it was Aunt Fanny Goodness gasped Beverly and then it was pitch dark again The luau at her side called out a conimunu in his Qwn language and then turned his face close to hers Do trot be alarmed We are quite safe now Time royal bedchamber has come to grief however I am sorry to say What n fool I was not t have foreseen all this The storm has beenI browing since midnight he wits sn lug to her Isnt It awful cried Beverly be twoen a moan and a shriek They are trines after One gets used beII assure your highness We shal have lights in a moment Even as he spoke two or three lanterns began to licker feebly Be fIlet Aunt Fanny you are not killed ttall cQinmauded B Overly quite fimily He house is suah to plow own Miss yo highness groaned the rusty maldsprvant Beverly laughed Jjravely but nervously with the tall goat h muter fguestcomfortuble cavern the rescued blankets though dreijched again became a Do you ig h there while this erl demanded as the 8CllCnjAre you not ling Most young Thats the nut ld of fberthlo e ynuT Paradise cannot be spurned by one who now feels its war utir for the tis time he said gallantly Your fear is my delight Praj sit upon our tb one It was once a huinble carriago of leather but now it is exalted Besides it Is much more comfortable than some of the gilded chairs wehcar about You are given totteouyI femur she saldi observing a peculiar smile on his lips I crave Pardon jour highness he said humbly The heart of the gust hunter is more gentle than hip wit I shall not again tlwt Oll n princess and I the veriestbeggarf- I didnt arena to hurt you she tiled In consternation for she wis a very poor example of what a princess isguplosedto be V rTliere is no wound your highness lie quhkly said With mocking tare that almost angered her he droppeil tQ his knots and motioned for her tt he tentod Slue suit down suddenly clap pJttgVhcr liuuds to her eats MIllIe s nut ofthlDdtbe moet fearful of all amid It wafull minnte before she dated to liftSher HIH nimbi He was standing before CntinJledon eighth page t UappyBeaut StaUipnwll1stable on the McIntire and Fredericks town pike three miles from Frederick fromSpringfield 10 TO INSURE A LIVTNJ COLT servicefeeor when the mare is parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible should any occur bBeau marebpHappyret Chief Beau is a dark chestnut sorrel 15 hands 3 inches weight 1050 goes manybluefine mane and tail and fine style and action and has proven himself to be ai finebreeder Perfectly gentle 10 handle in every respect Stockman are earnestly invited to pfHappythem you will agree with methat they are as fancy twoyearolds as there are b in thecounty Over 15 bands Also at the same time and PIacelwill stand my fine mule jack i DEWEY hy Gladstone dam by 7ov Woods at t 7 onditions same as iven above Dewey is a dark brown ackl4 t hands 3 inches with good points fine lengths and line bone good head and ears and himself to be a firstclass month Mares hatproven ured for 2 per S1 B NALLY WACO DARE JR NO 1162 in VOL 3 N S IL R r dImniformcountyVal make the season at Walkers Heights Stock Farm fours miles West of Springfield on the field pike at- SlOto Insure a Living Colt Waco Dar is a handsome saddle awl liarness hors j stylish perfect in form handsnighPECIGR Sired by Waco pare 027 by Ch stem Dare 10 by Black squirrel 53 by Black Eagle 74 by King William 67 by Washington Den mark 64 by old Black Denmark heby Imp Hedgeford Waco Dare Jr s 1st dam Bossier by Prince Denmark he King Denmark he by Star Denmark Impram S LexingtonFBabbles Lexington S F Waco 1027 by Fairfax Denmark by Dia mond Denmark 68 by Jones Denmarkrby Denmark F S he be Imp Hedge fcrd hester Dares first dam by Dave by1ajorIt nder by Browns Highlander thirdV- tm McDonald byStotta Highlander bynbyScnttBrown Tighlnnder in a word t uor int v uviai laws like begets like J R WALKER Ld rig Baptist of Kentucky are trt j perfect an arxangemettt 6 clutsig fate of Can deal Aaearaljljr from Jure November FlirBMrt bw busy lit JUt oop Quickly Knocked Out Stan weeks agi duthg theevcirer wjot athw bAth mj wife and myself cr cactetfserer e eOlds whcr- ily eetsi t pod into the wbtst kind o t t1wP1 h ft iU I sympfomt ll Indingwek 1eWlst pfd up eyes and Aut T with alternate spcHof cEil3 fFw r We began using tittr ins cough Remedy aiding Chamhhnl use soon eompletety the Trip Sold bv every n a rr Grass i r1 I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1906 BEVERLY OF- GRAVSTARK lj GEORCJC BARR MCUTCHEON Amber ef Grawstirk CopyrtoM JMI by Dodd Mead and Ompanw compasstoninNever before have I seen such a atOrQ1 Have courage your highness It can last but little longer IGoodness said the read American jfrl for want of something more ex presslve Your servant has crept into your couch I fear Shall I sit here at your teat Perhaps you may feel a small sense of security If I Indeed I want you to sit there she cried He forthwith threw him aelf upon the floor of the cave a graceful respectful guardian Minutes went by without a word from either The noise of the storm made it im poeelble to speak and be heard Scattered about the cavern were his outstretched followers doubtless asleep ence more In all this turmoil With 1be first lull in the war of the elements Beverly gave utterance to the thought that long had been struggling irrelease blackpatchtrifle timidly He muttered a sharp exclamation and clapped his hand to its For the first time since the beginning of their strange acquaintanceship Beverly observed downright Mafusion In this debonair knight of 3iewilds It hashas slipped off he stam m red with a guilty grin His merry fiuolence was gone his composure with It Beverly laughed with keen enjoyment over the discomfiture of the ahame faced vagabond You cant fool me she exclaimed shaking her finger at him In the most conventional way It was Intend ed to be a disguise There Is abso Srtely nothing the matter with your rerr He was speechless for a moment re everlng himself Wisdom is concelv VngaieocIactor The eyo Is weakv your highness and 3 cover It In the daytime to protect It from the sunlight he said coolly Thats all very nice but It looks fe quite as good as the other And xfcat is more sir you are not putting Ac patch over the same eye thatwore 2t when I first saw you It was the Ifeft ey at sunset Does the trouble transfer after dark He broke Into an honest laugh and stay moved the black patch across ills nose to the left eye I was turned around In the dark xxx thats all he said serenelynIt Iriougs over the left eye and I am deeply grateful to you for discovering hie error Idont see any especial reason why youRlT am dazzled nevertheless he re tiltedIFiddlesticks she said This Is a tiiaTG not a drawing room In other words I am a lout and not courtier be smiled Well a lout stay look at a princess We have no IUrt etiquette in the hills I am sorry t say f That was very unkind even though Ton saidr It most becomingly she pro heated You have called this pall a throne Let us also imagine that you IRe a courtier You punish me most gently your aighness I shall not forget my man tiers again believe me He seemed Jharoughly subduedIThen I shall expect you to remove tt horrid black thing It is positiv- villainousTf You look much bett er without it Is It an edict or a compliment he Bed with such deep gravity that she Joshed It is neither she answered You Jcmt have to take it off unless you avant to In either event it Is off You we aight It serves as a partial disguise 1 have many enemies and the black jatch Is a very good friendIHow perfectly lovely cried Bev c sly Tell me all about It I adore stories about feuds and all that Your husband is an AmerlcanlIe should be able to keep you well enter lamed with bloodandthundcr stories n said he My bus What do you Oh yes lisped Beverly To be sure I didnt Stear you I guess That was rather a severe clap of thunder wasnt IU Is that also a command What do yoq mean There was no thunderclap you Inow 6Ube wasnt there helplessly The storm Is quite past There still a dash of rain In the air and the wind may be dying hard but aside from that I think the nolseIAlultesu1 Sued IJbelieve you are right Howe sud den It all was There are several hours between Ibis and dawn your highuesH and you should try to get a little more sleep Your cushions are dry and Very well since you are so eager to get rid of began Beverly and then topped for It did not sound part c ularly regal I should have said you callitme We shall start early with your per k Ganloosand y mlghtf all- Must we spend anuther night Isf cried Beverly dolefully Alas I fear you must endure us an St r other nl wenshall not find quartern as comfortable enIand If he knew the m Mining of the word Xo he said politely and she knew he did not n hereupon she felt Qis tlnctly humbled You kuQw yju speak such excellent- English she faid irrelevantly bowed lov As he straightened ItHefigure to Ills amazement hebctin agent lug look of horror on er here es rlvetc J on the mouth of the cavern Then there came an an grier sound ui like any that had gone before In that night of turmoil Look there Quick The cry of terror from the girls palsied lips as she pointed to some thing behind him awoke the mountain man to instant action Instinctively he snatched his long dagger from Its sheath and furl ed quickly Not twen ty feet from thorn a huge catlike beast stood lialf croiched on the edge of the darkness Ills long tail switching thedepthter soaked vi Itor Into bold relief against the black wall beyond Appar ently he was as much surprised as the thoughtrozena fierce growl Indicated his lacy at finding his abet or hlB lair occupied My odmountaln lion Ra vone Franz To mev he cried hotfrse shoutingloudly graspdtheir feet In ai swer to his call The lions gaunt hot y shot through the air goathunterfirmly to meet the rush of the mad forthoRun he shouted to her Beverly Slhiun had fighting blood in her veins Utterly unconscious of her action at th time she quickly drew the little silver handled revolver from the pocket of her gown As man beast and knife came together in her excite ment she fired recklessly at the com batants wltho t any thought of the Imminent danger of killing her protect or There was a wild scream of pain from the wounded beast more pistol shots fierce yEll from the excited hunters the ru pf feet and then the terrified and nI t frantic girl stag gered and fell igalnst the rocky wall Her wide gray ayes were fastened amokoing pistol was tightly clutcii d in her hand It had all occurred In such an in credibly short pace of time that she could not yet realize what had hap pened Her heart and brain seemed para lyzed her limb stiff and immovable Like the dizzy hlrl of a kaleidoscope the picture before her resolved itsel into shape Continued next week tIn ntereiited Over there ladles and gentlemen said the guide o the party of person ally conducteds are the famous mud baths of Dont Intere it me said the gentle man from the United States Indiffer sally Ive r in for office too man times at homePuckS Market BaconThetisSides 12Hc fiooawaxsic po pound Batter 15c to per poundiChickens Hens i4c Spring Dried apples 5c er pound 1 Ducks 8c per p und Corn Meal 75c t per bushel 14c or d Zen eFeathers45c por pound Flour2aOto Ss Ginseng 175 p r pound Grain Wbnat ic cirnfiOi Oats HidesGroon c to lOHc Lard Kte per po und Lime to li to per barrel Mill products Bran 80 Bhipstuff 1100 pel pounds SOctCeSalt314fi and 85 per barreL Turkeys per pound 1Tallow4c per sand JtallonVool clear of grease 20c tub w ishod 28c bOcC Announcements Illinois en rat R R 1520 LOUISVILLE TO ReturIsApril 22 to 24 inclusive 6550 LOUISVILLE TO CALIFORNIA and Return April 24 to May 4 inclusive Extremelyow round trip Rates to Louisiana Arkansas Indian entory Oklahoma and Texas on the first and third Tuesday of each mont Sleepif1gCar Through pe sonall conducted Excur stow Sleeper Louisv lie to California Arizona and exas FULL PAIITI ULARS concerning all the keabove canead by addressing F Wr HARLOW D P A outgrille Ky t Ben Patched Will make the season of 1906 at the farm of Mrs U F Parrott two anduhalf mildi from Springfield on the Mac vii1e pike at 10 to Insun a Living Colt PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION Ben Pqtchen is a bay horse 1G hands high is by Mambrino Boy Jr 6997 sire of Volo 212 and one pa er 209 Yearling trial was 256 own brother to Chicadee 229 Mambrino Boy sire of Lizzie R 222 Mambrino Archer 224Jr Five Points 2 19J Sadiq 229 bySentinelalso the dam of Pierdmont 218andhe by Mambrino Patchen the greatest sire living or dead This olt combines the blood of two of the worlds greatest sires aSH three listGreen9 and grand dam of 135 Columbine dam of 3 and grand dam of 21 Nellie his own dam having 3 colts and 10 grand colts in 230 or better This follow had individuality as well as pedigree JOHN my fine jack will make the season at the same and place at the condjtionhands high and is a sure foalgetter ccidentsthesettR L PARROTT SPOTWOOD Will make the season of 1906 at my stable onehalf mile north of Freder icktown on the farm known as theTom Thompson place at 8 to Insure a Living Colt Spotwood Jr is 16 hands one inch high is a dark Mahogony bay sired by byGeorgeout of Sam Grundys Gray Susie Spot wood has three Mambrino crosses in his breeding Although a trotting bred horse all of his colts will saddle and refand money due when mare is parted with or bred to another horse JOE BLACKBURN Will make the season at the same time and place Joe Blackburn is a fine blackJack 15 hands hih with white points He has proven himself to be a nne and a sure foal getter He is finely bred ParagonWillySB to Insure a Living Colt A 15en will be retained on colt to se cure service fee J T MONTGOMERY Fancey Boy Will make the season of 1906 at my stable i mile west of Cardwell at 8 to Insure 5 Colt to Stand and Suck FanceyBoyisablaze face and one stocking 7 years old thissp ing 16J hands highand will weigh 1100 pounds in ood flesh andsthe best disposition horse I have ever handled He was sired by Nick Wath successfushowdust Second Dam by Vonmoltke Wathens Fancey Boy by Carpenters Denmark First dam by Seal Second dam Pete Goldust by Longfellow Gold ust he by Zilcada Goldust Vonmoltke byOldAt Same time and place I will stand two as good mule Jacks as this country affords at lS6for a uoht Mule and 57 for a Mare Mule Money due is all cases when colt is foiled mare parted with or bred else where Lien retained on all colts until season money is paid Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should occur or information call on or 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