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Digital page images are linked to the text file. isbie rht1iith inLi asb DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY I VOLUME n SPRINGFIELD KYJ WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 NUMIEI 21 REV DAVID Whose death was BRUNERIissue of The Sun friends in Washington 104 yeors oldI1 jH I SPARROWI From the prospects now we will haVe a heavy fruit crop in this locality this timeBorn on last Friday to the wife of James Driskell a boy Miss Jappa Barnett spent last Wed nesday With her brother Dr W T Barnett of Mackville Mesdames R E Dedman and John Hyatt of Lawzenceburg spent last Sunday with the latters mother Mrs Elizabeth Tinsley Mra Robert Morgan of Lawrence burg spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Allie Barnett J44D Sutherland of Sycamore Valley spent Sunday with W C Cammack and family John Hyatt and wife of Lawrence burg visited friends and relatives here the first of last week Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa were in Bloomfield Satur day shopping Mrs W C Cammack and little daughter spent last Monday with Mrs Catherine Waggoner Thomas Waggoner and wife spent Sunday with J C Stewart and wife Mrs Frank Redmon is spending a few days with her daughter Mrs Wade Case near Frankfort Mrs W R Moore Mrs S E Vowel and Mrs Elizabeth Tinsley who have been confined to their beds so long do not seem to improve any Death of Willard Johnson On last Monday morning about 6 oclock the death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs E N Johnson and carried awav the darling of their home Willard their baby boy about seven teen months old I ather mother sister and brother wee not for Willard for Christ said Sufi er little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the king om of heaven We join the entire con munity in extending sympathy to the b reaved ones Proud of His Record Kentucky Standard Uncle Jarvis Wilson one of the otable coloredchar acters of Nelson ci unty is ini receipt of a letter from his friend Dr E Dick of the Keeley Institute at Crab Orchad Uncle Jarvjs is 7 years old and took the Keeley treat vent at Crab Orchad in Febuary 1893 Since that time he has never touched a drop of any kind of intoxicant and enjoys the best of health He is Pra ident of the Nelson County Colored Fair and has a good deal of influence with his race in this section If e jst verj proud of his record tQKeeleyflowers and Plants Look out for the flowers and plants at the court house in Springfield Wednesday May 2nd They are going to be cheap rIATT NGLYI Danger frbn The Plague Theres grave danger from the plague prevalentDiscovery for consumption Coughs and Cqlds Mrs Go of Forest City Met writeSJIts a Godsend to people e prevail I find it quickly end them JtippegivesHay Fever apes weak lungs onsumptIonCougGuaranteed by CI J Haydoivs drugstore Trial bottle ree g IlAJlQilQ The Kurfees Paint I IH 1GUARA1 IAYoucan see the guarantee right on thecan lhous ands of gallons of the paint have been sold ir thisIicommunity perfect satisfaction have largest stock of paint in the countyfIt you want to paint your house I will di liver Ithe paint right in Springfield or anywhere els j for less money than others sell for Let me figu re on Iimoneythe county backed up with such a Guarantee inI IT C VALLEY HILL TATUJ r a Sensational Case Kentucky Standard A suit has been filed by Mrs Florence Brewer of Bloomfieldagainsther husband C C Brewer seeking an absolute divorce maintenance and alimony Mrs Brew ers maiden name was Florence Hope pectedwomanThe plantiff alleges that she and defendant Were married October 18 1888 and have two children a girl and boy aged sixteen and fifteen respec tively that as far as she is able to determine the defendant had been a faithful and provident husband until fifteen months ago when he became enamored with an unmarriedwoman whose name is not given in the petition and since that he has spent much of his time with said woman and hadrieg leqted and mistreated the plantiff The plaintiff further alleges that the defendant left Nelson county on the morning pf April 17 in company with said woman and stated his purpose to leave the State and go to Louisiana to reside The name of the woman with whom Mr Brewer eloped is not mentioned in yknownrefrains from mentioning the name at this time on account of consideration for family connections The affair has created considerable excitement in the neighborhood where the parties dwelt CARDWELL Rev Young spent several days last week at R A Willhoms E T Perkins and family Sarah E in The of jjit of 1 Vesuvius Volcanic in to be in in in The will be countries to be and to in The will to be will tfo riSo and Cora Sunday Died thelSth Mrs tie Carrier 19 Deceased of character Funeral at Rev E Summers of George town Deceased was member of the Baptist church at to die She husband one and host of and friends to mourn Interment Ute Perkins ground are our letter did not The Sun in time to be to next time Stock W jraliam bought Grundy for 160 same to 170 sold to Sanders CQ lambs 850 for thrown Co bought W H twentysix ews eighteen for 163 Adkerson bought Litsey seven at 21 per J bought Joe Sanders one for Perkins to ABoul ware one driving Graham Perkins bought A Hotel Opened FnlconMr S R Thompson and opened the Veranda Hotel to thd public Monday evening with pros pe is good business The administration was present special guests and the way to dining room Thomasdccompanied monds S A Noe Kelley J Mattingly Hugh Murrey J T Carter Police Judge R Thomas City Attorney H S McElroy and City Clerk R D Thornbury followed by twenty seven While the was not elaborate it was one of the best prepared it has ever our pleasure tq partake of After supper pre sent were through the building piany favorable comments were concerning the excellent furni ture and neat of dei partment Sale of Timberland Standard Mrs A Baldwin of thrdtfgh her representative Judge A Fulton of this place recently sold 30000 acres of in Neoshoba county issippi to Mr Lvnn H Dinkins Presi dent of the Interstate Trust and ing Company Orleans La for 250000 This is the rgest real estate transaction ever cons mmated in this section and Judge ulton has been engaged on the deal for the six months Mr Dinkins was in short time ago the guestBardstownI Fulton Subscribe tor The Sun year 00000001100000 oooooonooooono CURIOUS VERIflCATION OP PIlOPHECIESJ 0S o o o Here Spanglers p publishedof the year the o dissolution of Russia f IThe overthrow of Turkeyx v The assassination of the Russia The assassination the Sultan ofTurkeytThe prevention of three wars by President Rooseveltfi g is lAjDestructive 0 o o A Destructive eruption of Mount i The activity of Mount Pelee and Popocatepelt eruptions all parts of the world o The eruption of many volcanoes now supposed extirict 0 SliDestructiono Earthquakes all parts of the world fi PP Destructive earthquakes California and the Phillipplnes g T Rebellion Spain s Ct Great disturbances allover Europe o summer of 1906 hot and sultry throughout the temperate zone with extensive death rate Christwill make his spiritfelt among thepeople of the United States i and England in which there are fervent religious o political movements which overcome a great degree the present spirit of graft and commercialism o United States continue as a world power and the leader of other nations Pennsylvania is have an administration of the people and that dis coveries of corrupton will which drive some of thenQ guilty to suicide ia God will wreak terrible vengeance theRussians for the massacre 0 of the Jews o r QoQQn G oQ oooro etoooooo r Lay daughter spent with Grunday Pinkston Wednesday Mat aged was a kind woman with many good traits Thursday Battle by W the first Battle leaves a mother brother a relatives their loss took place in burying We reach last week published We hope do better SalesI L Cooksey nj 5yearold mare and mule and sold John D Keeling for W L Moore twentyfivfrewcs and twentythree for per ewes and lambs in- Sanders Long and lambs Jerrymiah from A L heifers head A Kylor from 4yearold filled 175 Graham sold J 5yearold horse from J The wife of a city as the A B John others meal very been those shown anoV heard appearance every Big Kentucky B Bardstown John timberland Miss Bank of New past a 100 are New Czar S5 are discovered upon sorry from head from Kyler one 5yearold horse R A Willham sold one pair yearling mules for 160 HILLSBORO Mr James Settles is on the sick list Mr J M Montgomery And wife spent Sunday with Mr J A Coulter and wife Mrs Will Holman of Mackville spent last week with her sister Mrs C M Hines Misses Maud and Eva Inman were the guests of the Misses Montgomery Sunday Albert Hines and wife visited the latters parents Mr James Settle Sun day Mrs Eatha Coulter spent Sunday wither parents Miss Agnes Hines is visiting her aunt Mrs Will Holman at Mackville Mr Earnest Shewmake was in Willisburg Saturday Mrs Mat Inman spent Sunday with her brother JamesSettles Armstrongattended inSpringfieldMr Lorma Noel and wife and Miss Jessie Noel attended meeting at Willis burg Sunday night- Chamberlains Salve is good for itchingrindsale by every dealer in Blue Grass For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore f rI Our FfIe dS Ir 1 1tBYjMill JONES I The following beautiful lines were given to The Sun Iby Mr MHJones They were jotted down duringiI intermissions in the game of business Cut them out they are pretty enough for your scrap book ITis heartlnot the voice of early spring can heer a lonely Not the sweetness of her blossoms nor the the Ail INotweeK IWhats a thousand years of springtia with her beauty 1 and her art Vhats he tender buds and blossom If weer living far 1ap rt tbe blooming of a rose orthe unlight from above 1When weer robbedof the friendships of the ifriehds that love L Iwe II Where th j and the grandeurj of the sweet and r I IVheressing V II IoverheadTo the sweetness of that friendship and the words we ve IIleft unsaidt mmI Resigns as Railroad Attorney Lebanon EnterpriseMr John Mc Chord who has for the past twenty eight years been one of the local attorneys for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company has resigned the position and in the future will not be connected with the railroad company He has announced that he will hereof ter devote all his time to his general practice Mr McChord and Maj W J Lisle were the local legal representatives of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company for many years However about a year ago Maj W J Lisle resigned and since that time the company has been represented by Mr McChord and Mr W W Spalding who is also County Attorney of Marion County It is riot known who will be appointed to succeed Mr McChord Suffered for Five Y ars with Kidney and liver trouble I suffered for five years with kidney and liver troube which caused severe sins across the back and a blinding Headache 1 had dyspepsia and was so mybowelscured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur SIStricklana of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by every dealer iu Blue Grass Temperance Speakings Rev Win IL Williams will commence speaking a t different points t1iroUg out optioannounced r t Texasednesday April 25 Valley Ii ill Thursday April 26 Hardina Chapel Sunday afternoon at 3 ocloc Aril 29 Ppttsvilje Friday May 4 Harding Creek Baptist church Sunday night May 6 4 A andsomc Present Lebanon1Enterprise Dr Joseph g physician at the State penitentiary presented last Sunday to his sister Margie of this city a violin made by one of the convicts The in strurpent is carved and entirely finished workmanshipis violin is in the hospital depart ment of the institution and uses his spare time in designing and carving many novelties This violin is truly a marvelous IffQce of work LouisvilleDailY 2one year 11 J r 1i fIiShagerGive us 500 we willclothe you front head to foot We Underwear I bargainYJust theOperabeen here fora short time but our trade has been surprising Wear startling the trade yith our low prices A FEW SKIRTSFROMkoOUP l COME TO SEE US WHEN YOU WANT BARGAINS t CLEANING PRESSING AND REPAIRING tj SHRAGER BROSsJOB LOT HOUSE Springfield Kentucky leI Itele 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 LONCUSEDTO EARTRQUAKESGate finBeen Shaken Often f In the Past ffffiSENT WORST EVER KNOWN sof the Skyscrapers sad Other 1 eTdiBgs Destroyed Magaificeit City Hall la Reins Fires Ar rested by Dyaaraite Earth quake of 18ttDescribe4 by Mark Twaia HE recent disastrous earthquake Y extending over so large a part of the Pacific coast region and wrecking such an extensive ecttoD of the city of San Francisco was not the first of these catastrophes known In the western metropolis tIsb by all odds the most damaging Pw many years the municipal au thorities refused to permit tall build Jbgs In the city because of the fear of 4mtnquat3Js several of which had al ready been experienced Finally the interdiction was removed however and a number of sky scrapers resulted Prior to 1890 there was hardly a building In excess of fire stories arid mOj a few of that height Today there is one eighteen stories high and quite a number from twelve to fourteen jtorlec la the spring of 1898 about 10 oclock ene night the city had a seismic shock that put to test Its high structures It liras the worst earthquake since 18GSr wfor eight or nine blocks on the main street Market the ground was cracked open several Inches In the upheaval of 1898 the tall build ings were given a fearful shaking and some of their occupants were made dizzy and sick The structures were uninjured aid ever since that time there has not been so much question efthe safety of high buildings of mod cm constructionthat Is buildings of structural Iron frame and facings of pressed brick terra cotta or stone It was M H De Young the proprle whowasmet with opposition from the munici pal authorities fourteen years ago when ie decided toerttct a ten story house for hIs newspaper It was believed to iea tmgerous undertaking because of fl trtnquake fear but Mr De Young zroa out and thereby set an example of cntaprfse to other wealthy men who bane since built more tall buildings For instance D O Mills the New York banker who owns a great deal of San Francisco property has one of the tallest and finest structures In th- edtt Cbras Spreckelsv known throughout the country as the sugar king and the I1C t 1 1 WAS aleest San Franciscan owns a build C seventeen stories high commonly ifaarwn as the Call building On three flftne eorner sites where Third street iitersects Market Is the great JfceckeT building the home of the Dal the De Young building the home afftbe Chronicle and the Hearst build R occupied by the Examiner the i ttbrcc great Pacific coast newspapers Arrfng contributed handsomely to the g 3ndldfng development of San Francisco in recent years The city now hUB Its flfcxrc of tall buildings one being Light- sass stories In height The major i rt atf them are eight ten and twelve stO- p r vies the eight storied being most nu jTto Examiner buildings wen a most totally destroyed in the skyscrnplersdamigei One of the chIef buildings which col lapsed was the new postofBce This was a substantial structure of granite costing to exCeed 5000000 While not striking architectural standpoint the 1rman was impress ive from its m Tin Postal b badiy damaged and the operating room was a wreck Power of every kind was destroyed and tore were no Jights either gas or eye trlc Neither the Palace hotel nor tile St Francis was destroyed as far as the framework goes but the Inside plastering and decora ions were greatly damaged Ill1e business section of the city from Market street to Mission street and from he bay back was almost com pletel wrecked The most conspicuous building In San Francisco the city hull Is almost totall ruined It cost from 0000000 to 7 00000 took twentyfive years in coustr iction and was surmounted by a door 332 feet high It was thought to be very sdlldly constructed being built ubstantlally of brick with the interiorofpensive marbles taken from the Pa clflc cast mountains Another very flue building which cost oVer 5000000 is the splendid ho t n CITY HALL WHICH WRECKED located tel erdcted by Mrs Herman Oelrlchs on fashionable Nob hill Mrs Oelrlchs who It a daughter of the lute Senator Pair ias shown fine taste in the ar chitect ural plans of Fairmont the ap proprit to name of the new hotel Seen from he bay this structure with its classic outlines makes the beholder think nf n Greek temple White graceful it looms above the busy war kct places tho great wholesale district the crowded business section and pic turesliie Chinatown which by the way fast disappearing Owing to the encroa linients of commerce and the dwindling of the Chinese population Other imposing edifices many of which liavtf been more or lest severely J are the Hotel St Francis the Pulactl hotel the Hull of Justice the Mutu Bank building tlie Pacific Mu teal Life building and the Cullaghan builtli greatest property darn age resulted In the manufacturing die trict and the greatest loss ore ift the tenement house district e The chief street of the city Is Mar ket running diagonally for many miles The destruction of many of the depart ment stores and other business blocks on Market and Mission streets was al most complete Fire adlled to the hor rors of the situation and as the water mains had been burst by the shock the fire department was helpless The flames ate their way along Market street and other fires started In different parts of the city As the earthquake occurred but a little after f oclock In the morning practically the entire population was in TEE GAIL BUILDING ALSO DESTROYED bed Men and women rushed wildly forth In their night robes and fled In panic through the streets Many were caught by the falling roofs and walls and in the poorer districts the tene ments collapsed like eggshells cruch Ing and suffocating their Inmates before they had time to escape In many cases fire finished the work of death catching the victims as they were pinned still alive under the debris To arrest the spread of the fire along Market street many buildings were ynamltrotThe track of one railroad was depressed Tfour feet or more for a distance of three miles At one point in the the earth cracked open for a distance of six feet leaving a yawning chasm of fathomless depth The destruction of all telegraph wires except one belonging to the Postal union made It almost Impossible tor the stricken city to communicate with the outside world The severe Injury to the Western Union and Postal of fices also the Associated Press greatly added to the difficulty The practical destruction of six or eight blocks coupled with the Immense loss of life and damage to property throughout San Francisco and the entire coast region makes this the worst earthquake disaster in American his tory exceeding even the historic Charleston earthquake of a few years agoSan Francisco has suffered from many slight seismic shocks one of them occurring about a year ago At that time a long article appeared In one of the papers signed by a pro fessor in one of the observatories nearby stating that there was no partlc mar danger from these tremors ui thee earths surface The coast regiodac cording to this writer was newer than parts of the country farther east and was therefore settling He said people should feel no alarm as nothing serious was liable to happen Evidently the earths crust In the Golden Gate region has been doing some more settling TIre most severe earthquake San Francisco has known prior to the pres ent one was In 1868 Quite n little damage resulted though nothing remotely comparable to this It was the 1868 shakenp that was made famous by Mark Twain The most surprising thing the genial Mark saw at that time was tile opening up of the ceiling of his room the lips of the orifice work Ing to and fro like a mouth and a brick slipping throU h and held In suspen alon like one lone tooth on the Jaw of an old man The last earthquake that occurred In Ban Francisco was In January 1900 Several distinct shocks were felt early In the morning causing the vibration of buildings all over the city The chief building affected was the St severelyitain parts of the structure guests were thrown out of their beds and furniture was destroyed In 1904 titers was a severe seismic disturbance in Los Angeles which was felt throughout the city and for a radius of several miles around 1 t el SAN FRANCISCO I HISTORY Ul 1 Stricken City Long Permeated With an Air of Romance IN THE DAYS OF VIGILANTES How the Metropolis of California Was Purged of DisorderLynching o- fCaseyThe Days of the forty oiners Towa Depqpulat ed by the Rush of Gold Seekers sAN FRANCISCO the earthquake stricken city has long been permeated with an air of romance mnyloneand their immediate followers The names of the streets and of the business blocks such as Kearney Sutter Montgomery Du pont Flood Crocker and Sharon bring to the mind of the visitor long forgot ten stories of riot or adventure and of fortunes whose vastness once excited his wonder or made him Incredulous The site of the city was first visited by Europeans in 1769 andln 1775 Bu caroi ordered a fort presidio and mission founded on the bay One yea later the year of the Declaration of Independence the Spanish settlers began the work and when Vancouver the explorer vlsite the place in 1792 the represented the military authority while the pueblo and mission stood for th6 civil and religious factors respectively The mission was secularized in 1834 and al town laid out the year following- In 1846 an American manofwar un der command of John B Montgomery entered the harbor and hoisted the stars and stripes over the town r Mexico which succeeded Spain as the owner of California wis then at war with the United States and the act of Commodore Montgomery eiided her ovet San Francisco Montcomery appointed Lieutenant Washington A Bartlett to be Friscos first alcalde or mayor under the uuw regKne Under Spanish and Mexican rule the town was a sleepy unprogrt s the place but with the coming of And r Icniis and the discovery of gold iiI 1H8 hustlefor the first news of the discovery of gold practically depopulated San Fr n Iso The town was smitten as by a plagp end one historian thus describes whit happened tlts houses were left unoc cupled and unprotected its forth r trade ceased Its lots fell to a small part of their value its two weekly newspapers were suspended and tl e 1Jj1Itabltantssingle officer clothed with civil author ity jAfter the first rush to the gold db gings the town began to regain its lost ground and ere long the influx of seekers gave quite an impetus to jics growth The town was incorporate in April 1850 and the first common council elected proceeded with diligence to plunder the city treasury The same year the state was admitted to the Union and when the steamer Oregon brought the news there was no telegraphic communication in thos- edaysbusiness was entirely suspended and the entire population rushed to thb wharfs to welcome the harbinger The town had about 10000 Inhabitants at that time and when the people were Informed that the signal Sags of the Oregon Indicated that California was a sovereign state of the United States of tronJIboooStreets upon the hills housetops anq the world of shipping Inthe bay In Its early history the city suffered from several disastrous fires Between December 1840 and June 1851 six conflagrations played havoc with the buildingsrwere se = comna stepIncovered that the fires were started hi criminal who profited by the confusion This fact and the Inefficiency rind corruption of the city government led a large number of citizens to organ Ilze the famous vigilance commute ruled the place in 1851 Quite t number of crooks were lynched bj the committee others were driven out like John Oakhurst the leading figun In Bret Hartes Outcasts of Poker Flat and the city went through a pub ification process that was lot great benefit to It thisI rrrrrrI UNDERTAKING a wE are today and from now on will be better equipped to everbeforeelderlynected with us one who knows every detail of the business He FUNERALleelthatservice in every particular We have a GRAVE VAULTthe exclusive right for Washington countyno other undertaker cair use itin this county hetasketIWhen these vaults are used water can not reach the casket whilethestoneITHESEVAULTS superiortoHAYDON BURTON t IL r 4Y f mellIframehousesber habitations It was mainly a city of tents rising In a crescent upon the I pointitsalong the Clay street slopes tapering ridgeThewest shores of the cove beyond the shelteredtromwith good spring water and named the Happy Valley Stockton street stretching from Sac presentedthe churchesforthe middle of 1850 three graced Its sides and two stood uponcross streets within half a block Mason street above It was really the western limit of the city as Green street was the 4northern street ran the trail to the Presidio list scattered cottages cabins and sheds amid dai ties and gardens with a branch path to the Marine hospital on Filbert street and another to the North Beach anchorage where speculators were planning a wharf to attract settlement After the vigilance committee dis banded the criminal element became bolder and In 1856 the crime and corruption In the city had become intol erable to those who wished to live a decent and orderly life When Editor King of the Bulletin who had de nounced the thugs was murdered by James P Casey a new vigilance organization was created and in a few days Casey and another murderer named Cora were executed in front of the committees headquarters Many lawbreakers were later put to death and the regime of the California bad man came to an end Jt has been asserted that San Fran MARKET STREET FROM SECOND STEEET WEST presidio Commodore dominion cisco is the most cosmopolitan city In the world and by cosmopolitan Is meant a population from all parts of the world Not long ago the records Indicated that 43 per cent of the people of the city were born In foreign lands not In two or three different countries but In practically every land under the sun According to the national census reports for 1890 San Francisco had a total population of 298997 Of these 172186 were native born and 120811 were born outside of the United States Fully half the grown persons in the community removed to California front alien lands while a large percentage of the other half and of the general body of children were of foreign parentage In 1900 San Francisco had a copulation Freeman GraveVault H FREE THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 15 1906 J t t1 ft ft t1 ft ft ft t1 Ivt1 t ft t t1 rl t1 0 I t I foft I ri ft ty ii iti fl tfr tji fr flu + Ie iff fl fl W i qri l i fL H t I I WAY HIGHEST IRKESFORHIDES AND URrr I t I PAY CASH i t OJ 8tx s I J IT J4AF1ICoaIBox tIsa joy forever as long as Jack Frost still lingers with us 0If the coal E comes from our Y aSd the c al box keeps full longer Thats because COAL LASTS LONGER that we sel If you dont believe it just try it One trial i and the saving of some doll irs will convince you in our favor Order a fit load today i t TREA TMENT HONEST DEALNG JONES MOTTO IALWAYSDOWHATISAYILLDOM 1t1 t 1LIIII tiVvV kA tI itll i tn l i F i IFAIR 1 JONES j w 111 111 i 11 HtttMttwt M4t MM M tl M l of 842782 of which 341 pc cent was foreign born San Francisco has long been famed as one of the wide open cities of the United States As In the days of 1840 the gambler devotes himself to his vocation with little Interference from the authorities Prior to the earthquake two of the most prominent corners In the city were occupied by gambling dens One of them known as the Cafe Royal has been a veritable gold mine for Its proprietors The California supreme court has rendered a decision to the effect that the game of draw poker Is not a game of chance but Involves Judgment and other elements as well as chance or luck and because of this decision these places are permitted to be maintained They are frequented by a bard look Ing crowd of men and many scandals are told associated with these places A visitors life Is probably safe In these resorts but his money Is not If Is said that the son of the premier of British Columbia was fleeced of 8500 In the Cafe Royal a few years ago He lost 1500 In cash but topped payment on 7000 In checks San Francisco has fortyseven square miles of territory or about 80000 acres within the municipal limits The I finest residences are on Nob hill and Pacific heights both of which districts command magnificent views of the bay and the Golden Gate The city has six large parks and twentytwo man ones and Golden Gate park oc cupies over 1000 acres JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And- Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 r Shop1II am prepared to do all of your work and repairing at the most reaso- able price FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for sale also have one new shopmade bu gy and spring wagon and one secon handspring wagon Buggy trimmings of all kinds on hand W H BOND July 11906 Springfield Ky SAN FRANCISC r 1 NotesC7 11 Lt K iu1L 1 1 1001 t + + + + WWWWWW W WWW The Literary and Debating Society met last Friday and he members wrote compositions on Soring1 Prpf Colvin pronfls da box of candy compositionthe students who took part All but three of the votes went for John S McI Elroy These three it is asserted upon good authority vote for themselves though we have not ben able so far to prove this fact We ave aft mpe8 to procure some copies of these papers but find that few of ot students desire publicity However re append one of the productions of genius that we thought so goodas take down in shorthand printing it w ithout the know thenseason eve the little boys and littl girls play hook ey from school and the big boys and big isdQur baseball team is making such a creditable showing thdt Prof Colvin has decided to take it jto Harrodsburg v WWWWWWWWWtttttV to enter the tournament From indications the Graded School will reap her share of honor atHarrods burg There are now but three weeks of school left Nearly every one seems glad that the end is so near as most of them have a fine summer before them The much talked of debate in Proto Humes room in re the Indians actually took place last Friday The judges re turned a verdict of guilty That is the white men were guilty of a crime in taking America from the Indians Young Ladies Baseball Club spoken fin the last issue is still hold ing daily practice and if a contest can be arranged will try for a prize at Harrodsburg Rumor of a tennis court for the girls on the school ground is afloat From all we have been able to find out about f 2 1E r + + Hauling tit I have bought tIle transfer of Mr Allen and till continue the iJ business Whenyou have any hauling to do telephone me I v Tobacco Shippers 1I am now handling hogsheads also bought tjiis business from Mr Allen and farmers who are going to ship their tobacco will save money by buying hogsheads from me v r t tl r r i I I f HARBOR + t1ltsitd + K + to t impromptu o rSpringfield IThe business having it however it is likely to sink to the bottom at any time A subscription is being taken up for improvements on the ball diamond It needs harrowing and rolling We would suggest to Mr Carnegie or indeed to any Springfield philanthropist who does not knjaw where to place his money that a good ball diamond is in much requisition just now We heard an advocate of local option say the other day that if whiskey were votedout of the town a new wing will have to be built to our school to accommodate the increased size of the town Its ems strange speaking of anew wing for our building which is only three years old and which when built was thought to be extravagantly large Something of the kind however must soon come for many of the rooms now are holding far beyond their normal ca pacity Miss Louise McElroy visited school Friday after1oQn Arrangements for the annual picnic are on foot though no definite plans have as yet been announced by the faculty A good time and plenty to eat Is expected by all and we haye no doubt that their expectation will be T T T T T T T fulfilled Final examinations will be held next week For the last month students have been working with this in view and all of them hope to make a credi table showing Ben Bolt Probably none of the Old Songs is mbre widely known than Ben Bolt which was sung generation before Du Maurier chose it for his famous story Trilby In the May Delineator Gustay Kobbtjgives an interesting ac count of the song and its author Dr Thomas J unn English When Trilby was published writes Mr Kobbe the author of Ben Bolt was still living but although the poem had been published and sung allover jthe English speaking world and after a lapse of half a century formed the pivotal point in one of the greatest Sensations in literary history its author never received a penny for it Dr English was a practicing physician ENGJLEWOOD STO K FARM CLARK pointsrtillfine head and ear extra large bone and l g heavy good foot The sire twoyearoldJackother fine Jacks as any other breeder in teState His colts are large with fine finish and show for themseves what their sire I PEDIGREE SpanishGiantsorts Imported Spanish Jack First dam by S andiJler Second dam VelocipedeThirddam by Dave Knox Jack CLARK will make the season of 1906 for Jennets onlyat JO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT barn at Willisburg Ky tTY Pasture furnished at 2 per month and a must be paid when stock is taken accidentstbutany occur Lien retained on all colts until service fee is paid W S GIBBS Willisburg Ky T T HMeats Below we print a sort of a meat directory Anything you want any time you want t Roast SteakiPork Chops Fresh Sausage Mutton Roast ChopsVial Vial Chops Vkal Cutletts P cklid Pit Foot BolognaHam Breakfast Bacon Mince Meat Fish Every Thursday rI1 CARPENTERS Meat Market living at Fort Lee I met him once in his own house and conversed with him an hour without being aware that he was the author of Ben bolt and not until the Trilby craze n arlytwenty years later did I discover the fact He seemed to m decidedly above his some what plain r ot to say meag r surround ings a man who had found life not altogether e but had jthe grit to take it as it dame Ben Bfclt was set to music three times but the last was a German melody which had been adapted to a garbled Version of the words by a strolling minstrel named Kne ass Kneass was Appearing in a Pittsburg theatre and was told by the manager if he could get a new song he would be cast in the piece The ministrel con suited a former English newspaper man rtho tdld him of a poem called Ben Bolt that he had seen in an English newspaper years before He produced three stanzas made up in part oT the suppliedhimselfmelody to them and sang the piece in hitAfterward dayIwords v I L- BUGGIES HARNESS HARDWARE But its buggies that we want to say if few words about We just merely want to invite ou into see the handsomest line ever brought to Sprin field At Prices Low completeline But if you want HARNESS your wants at satisfactory pricesI WELLS BROTHERS i1 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday April 25 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldJrylJDallS as TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION flOOWxMonthsThreq Months i 25 changedalways youwJshANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON cf Nelson county as a candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional theDemocratic1906 CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party Ii Itf M IThe Cal fornia earthquake is one of the many hun dreds of evidences of mans absolute help esses when he gets in tothe pat s of disturbed ele ments His steel structures areas tiny stet is in loosened soils his walls of stone are as fences of withered g ass all his mighty works wqr is he considers mighty are as hu kings in the tracks ot the winds But man is coura geous and stronghearted an what Natures allpowerful hand tears asund ir beginsito buildup tomorrow In sa3y venings Time- was picture of3n old fashioned OCka fine specimen which is said to have belonged to Abe Lincolns father when he lived down in LaRue county If old man Lincoln owned a clock at that time we must all agree thatthat notched rock just above the springwasnot for the pur pose of te ling the time by the sun but we would just about as soon belieye that Abes daddy owned a dress suit and a white shirt when he lived in LaRue as to believe that he owned a timepiece OQOOQOQQCXXXXXXXX3OCXXX5OOOO MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE II Phones Day 89 Night 116 T Hag By An Expert Painter Who Has Permanently Located In Springfield Iffl IMI L R W C FOLEY of iVer sailles an expert carriage n Ipainter has rented th Kit ww jL Casey Carriage and riami + W Shop on West Main Seet +and desires it announced tt through the columns of The Sun r that he is now prepared to do all ww kinds of highclass carrage land + buggy painting at the most + sonable prices SatiSfaCtio ist+ buggYwillbe +++ Gall on Mr Foley at the ShOps Ii T NEW HOTEL OPENED Thenew hotel owned by Messrs Tobin Boblit was opened Monday and Mr Rice who has charge of it fed quite a number of the County Court crowd The new hotel is a handsome and convenient structure and is quite an addition to Springfield Mr Rice will in the near future have the hostelry entirely fitted up and be prepared to house his guests CONTRIBUTIONS At a meeting of the citizens of Springfield last Friday afternoon held at the Court House petitions were circulatedasking for iFranciScoearthquake tions were Then placed in the First Na tional and Peoples banks If you want to co trIbute to the fund you may do so by calling at either bank PHYSICIANS MEETA meeting of the Washington County Medical Society was held in the office of Drs RoBards Hyatt Monday After some jnter esting talks by a number of physicians the following officers were elected Drc M W Hyatt President Dr J N Shehan Vice President and Dr J H Hopper Secretary and Treasurer WILL LECTUREjDr McCormack Secretary of the State Board of Health will lecture at the Court House in Springfield May 15at 10 oclock a m His subject will be Proper Relation of the Medical Profession to the Public The lecture is said to be interesting and unusually instructive All are in vited ELECTION CALLEDA local option election will be held in Harrodsburg June 15 The Democrat says The local option people are pretty throughly organized and claim that they are going to banish the liquor troffic from Harrods burg root and branch They will leave no stones unturned to rid the town of whisky and are working steadily to that end CONFERENcEThe district confer ence of the Methodist church convenes in Springfield today and continues in session for three days An interesting and profitable meeting is anticipated On next Sunday a protracted meeting will commence at the Methodist church The meeting will be conducted by Rey Pat Davis of Russellville one of Ken tuckys most prominent evangelists Congressman D H Smith has intro duced the following bill in Congress andiStates of America in Congress assem bled That the Secretary of the Treas uary be and is hereby authorizedand directed to pay to J R Claybrooke of otherswise appropiated the sum of two thousand two hundred and ninetytwo dol lars and fifty cents in full satisfaction for stores and supplies taken from said Clay rooke and furnished by him to the military forces of the United States during the rebellion Married Miss Ottie Yancey of Louisville and MrS B Yager of Willisburg this county were united in marriage Thursday the 19th at 830 p mby Rev L L Gwaltney of Virginia at the home of J M Browns 839 6th St Louisville Those present were Miss Dora Brown Miss Nellie Hayden Miss Effie Robinson Dr S M Grume and Dr Finley PRATHERS CREEK Mr Charles and Miss Alice Coca nougher of Texas were guests f the family of Mr J H Mayes Sa urday and Sunday flMr and Mrs Lonsey Boswell f Per ryville were the guests of the amily 1f Mr W H Holderman Saurday night They were guests of Mr Samey Taylor Sunday Mrs Josey Mayes of Mackville visited her sister Mrs Mary Mayes Sat urday and Sunday The people of this community were very much shocked when they learned of the death of Rev Davey Bruner His memory will lust years to those who know him We were glad to read another letter from the Deep Creek correspondent in the last issue of The Sun These let tersare appreciated by people in this section and they wouhHike to read them each week Recently I was talking to one of The Suns readers in another county and he said that there was noth ing in the paper that he enjoyed reading so muchas he did the letters from the correspondents After two weeks hard toil with the farmers nearly every one is through plowing Some are preparing to plant this week The tobacco raisers are late with their crop this year The plants are small and there are some beds that have been sown in the last two weeks The acreage willbcmuch smaller than last year The qf this vicinity will bet glad to welcome a good temperance man to deliver a lecture here at any time Nearly everyone believes that whiskey will b voted out of the coun ty Every neighborhood should be rep heldin k ighAxtClothing Iir in thte big things so good The fabrics are tested by special processes of the maker the cut is the latest and most approved the and finish are as perfect as the bestpaid shilled craftsmen can make it You will derive the greatest from wearing HIGH ART Clothes Look right when you buy them and when you wear em Sold only by I II wt MOORESVILLE- Several from here attended county court Monday i Hardin Mr Jeff Smith arid Geo McAndr w visited relatives at High Grove st Moore will begin saying next week Mr Sam Yeagerand bride are visiting at hIs place Som of the farmers have commenced planting corn From present indications there will be a large acreage of both corn and tobacco Rain is needed in this section Mrs Etta Mattingly is seriously ill of typhoid fever Mumps are still prevalent in this sec tion A Sunday Schoolwill be organized at New Hope Baptist church the first Sunday in May Servicesat 11 ocjock Mr Sam Sweeny weI are glad tf re port is out again after an attack of mumps f Mrs T D Sweeny visited her son at Chaplin last week Mrs W 0 Ellis and daughter Mary visited Mrs LucyAnn Moore last Week Mr B M Cull and sister Ollievere in Bloomfield last Saturday t r1 = i Mr Buner Carney and family visited Mr and Mrs John Keys at Polin last week Mrs Kimberlin of Bardstown spent last week with her daughter Mrs H R Eddleman MciNTIRE Mr AthertonvillgIis visiting his parents Mr arid Mrs S B Nally near here Mrs Haydon of Dant station spent last week with her daughter Mrs R A Alvey Mr and Mrs G E Edelih and Mr and Mrs Sam Anderson visited rela tives at Blincoe last Sunday Miss Emma Ensor who attends school at Springfield spent Saturday and Sun day with her parent at this place Miss Virgie Mattingly of Louisville spent last week with Mrs T F Ked wellThe Ferrel Bros sawmill is now located on the farm of RA McIntire where they will cut a large lot of timber for Mr McIntire who will erect a hand some residence in the near future Mr Micheal Shanahan has bought of R B Waters his farm near Simstown and will remove to same this week We regret to lose Mr Shanahan and wife Mr J C Ensor bought of Jas Keene three two year old steers at 32per head = ItA Wear I ik the Famous WALKOVER sloes New Skirts Collars and H Neckwear NewHATS Just Received J t IIforAI thoroughly workmanship satisfaction stayright whichI Ll ROBERTSON BROS 3 BJosmfield 1IrIEdd POLIN i The little vicinity of Polin has not been heard from for quite a while so I tho ght would jot down a few items is6utJ Mr Edd Scott who is attending school at Lebanon spent Saturday pghtj and Sunday with his parents here The prayer meeeing at the school house is progressing nicely Quite a number from this place atitended meetirig at Mt Zion Sunday Messre Edd Scott and Shelt Mont gomryattended meeting at Tathani Sunday Mr Steve Scott was in Springfield Tuesday on businers Mi Shelt Montgomery was in Leb anon Sunday Mr T J Trent has enlarged his store at this place in order to accommodate his customers Ms Lizzie Scott and daughter Berv tha visited Mrs Anna Crow one day last week Mr Herbert Hardesty of Lebanon- v sitedWalter Scott Saturday night and Sunday andMrsT Bishop and wife Clell Hardesty and Bud Cammack and family Luther Kersch and family Walter Wil kerson and familyf IC WANTEDMy exceedingly larje trade has made it necessary for me to advertise for trimmers If andIr New Hats Stylish and uP to date Something that will be becoming to you Comelin to see them MRS WILLIAMS ij T v Hat Arrivals I LMOST every day The Knott Millinery ix mpany receives a shipment of hats This se son our trade has been unusually large and we have found it necessary to greatly increase or orders A large shipment of millinery will be received this t week and we are very anxious for the allies of the town an county to call to see the pretty designs I Remember Always Something Stylish The Knott MillinerCCo Local News Notes The Tatham Spring telephone will beI put in operation to day BRICK BRICK If youwant brick see W P Lawrence In this issue Shrager Bros trie new store are offering to clothe men at 5 00 See their adyertiSement I will be in Willisburg next Wednes day May 2 to practice dentistry DR W F TJRUSTY Mr B T Conway has been reap pointed postmaster of Lebanon WANTED 100000 pounds pf wool Will pay highest cash price W S GIBBS Willisbur g Ky Miss Lizzie Montgomery nurse has a card in this issue Her telephones are day 89 night 106 FOR SALE Mrs Jno W Lewis Springfield has for sale a good rubber tire carriage practically new also a good lawn mower Mr WC Foley of Versailles has moved to Springfield and will conduct a carriage paint hop He is an expert r artist and will doubtless be kept busy See his advertisement in this issue LOST WATCH Miss Lizzie May Gregory on last Saturday atternoon lost a small gold watch with initialsLME G on case Finder return to Sun office Important NoticeAre your chick ens sick R 41144 not only keeps theift healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drug stores 5 Dick Mason an actor who hasbeen in Springfield a number of times recently died at the home of his mother in Louisville His last appearance here was with the Ina Lear Company On April 21 McElroy Wharton received a telegram from New York which may be of interest to you It is published in full in this issue Read it now on page seven John Kinder an employee tthe American Tobacco ware house here fell yesterday and was seriously inI jured His wounds are not thought to be dangerous EGGS EGGS EGGSA C Kimball has for sale White Wyandotts White lymoth Rocks and Single Comb Brown Leghorns eggs from purebred stock at 75 cents for 15 pd 21 Auctioneer S M Campbell reports County Court sales as being very good Fifty or sixty cattle on the market yearling steers selling from 4 to 43 cts horses from 25 to 161 Lots of secondhand buggies on the market Dr S M Crume charged with the malicious shooting of Micheal OIiteI donico in Louisville last summert compromised his case in the Jefferson Cir cuit Court paying 50 and costs Dr Crume was represented by Hon W D Claybrooke Df this place NOTICE CHICKENRAISERS R 411 44 is sold under apostive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded CARBONATED IN BOTTLES vc INOTICEIt is very eccessary that the estateof F M Can pbell be settled as soon as possible All persons indebted to the estate erequestedto pay the same at one to the under signed THEO 1 CAMPBELL Administrator of the atate of F M CampbellJ MARRIEDMr Levi Spencer of Ohio and Mrs Maggi Barnett of near town widow of J nies Barnett were married in the Clerks office here Monday Rev Purdom o Relating Mr Spencer and Mrs Bar ett had been corresponding for some time but had never met until last week NOTICE All persons holding claims againgt the estate of S im Mason deceased will present s me properly proven up as by law squired to the undersigned at his office in Springfield Ky on or before May 20 1906 W D CL YBROOKE Executorof Sam Mason deceased This April 25th 1906 HardinvsSquire Hendrens court an Pock Bridge last Saturday the jury fajileid to agree The case of the Commonwealth vs Alvin Pinkston for trespass also resulted in a hung jury The defendants were represented yV D Clayhrooke and the Commonwealth by T Scott Mays A ROYAL SLAVEA Royal Slave was presented at the Opera House lastI Thursday night to a good sized audi The play is a pleasing melo drama wen staged and acceptablY actedI The parts most acceptably filled yere those of the Slave and the American newspaper correspondent NOTICE The undersigned as executor of Sam Mason deceased will on Monday May 28 1906 at 230 pm at the Court House door in Springfield Ky sell a house and lot oft the Springfield and rryvilleroad about one mile South East of Springfield Ky to the highest and best bidder One third cash balance two notes secured by lien on said property due in 6 and 12 months Possession can be given t he purchaser on day of sale W D CLA BROOKE Executor of Sam Mas n deceased This April 25 1906 To BE MARRIEDThe New Haven Echo says The pleasing announcement comes from St Marys that about the middle of June Prof JohrM Cooney former Editor of the Nelson County Record of Bardstown but now one pf the Professors of St Marys College editor of the Sentinel writer of spring poetry and prince of good fellows will be married toMiss Margan tthe lovely daughter of Mr and Mrs Sen F Mat tingly of that place AgLfor Frank A Lucas Revenu the State at large acting ur der Auditor SW Hagar during the pas t week filed fifty suits in the county cc urt against Marion county people Th suits are for taxes alleged to be due and unpaid on personal property omitt d from the tax lists for the years 1901 1902 1903 1904 and 1905 Blood Poisoning results from chronic constip ition which is quickly cured by Dr Kins New Life germsfromand vigor cure your sotma h nausea headache dizziness and colic without griping or discomfort 25c Guaranteed at C J Haydoris drug stor tDRINK i a SOZOKOLARED ROOT BEER DOAPADE I THATS ALL L IBRICKEN BROSCd LEBANON KY it11 ISOLOMON BROS LEMPERT CLOTHING III TO a aaapappappppanQ Nbtes o Visitors In and Opt of TownA n Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News a- Qoonpaepeaepepeaeooe rHarry Shader spent Sunday with relatives here Misses Myrtle and Mable Price and Messrs Gwin Marks and George Robertson were at St Marys Sunday ISIvilleofClayvill1ageresa s Sweeney spent several days is nI last week Mr M H Jones was is Louisville and Shelbyville last week =Mr Bernard Mattingly of Leba non spent Sunday with relatives here Mr Arthur McGill was in Fairfield one day last week Messrs Will Huston and Earl Ar poll of Maud were here Saturday Mr Hood Cunningham spent Sun day in Louisville Mrs Towler and little daughter Lillian are visiting her parents at 1iavlsItmgMrs George Catlett was called to Versailes by the illness of her father Mr H P McChord spent Sunday at Home Mr Woodsori Moss was in Louisville Sunday on business Mrs C C Saturday and Sunday in Louisville Miss Ella 1 Hagan after visiting friends and revives here has returned to her home at Fairfield afterspendingthe has returned home Miss Jennie McCabe is the guest of the Misses Spalding of Lebanon Miss Mary Gleason and Miss Kate Edelen visited friends in Lebanon Fri d krL is useless for us convey an idea of magni tude of our Waists You must see stock We every kind Lawn Silk Lace Net Waists cream white black shades No matter what pay the value will be best back if Miss Eddie Shader has a position with the Krtott Co 4M5ss Rebecca McElroy of Lebanon visited her sister Mrs I H Thurman last week Miss Louise Settles is visiting friends at this place Mrs Kate Spalding and Etta of Lebanon attended the Ed len Leachman wedding last Miss Regena Mackin of Lebanon spent a few days with Miss Hagan last week Williams was in Louis week on business Messrs W F Booker Robert Noe and J Riedel have to Tatham Spnngs to spend a few days fishing Mr Geo Cary Tabb of Louisville was here last week on Business Messrs Jesse Harned and Robertson spent Sunday at St Marys Miss Mary Hundley hasreturned home after a visit to Miss Elizabeth Leachman Greene spent several days in Shelby County last Lieut W Q Reed returned to after a ten days visit in Messrs Allen and Harvey McElroy were in town Monday =A B Hundley of Bloomfield has been visiting here J Greene Hood Cunningham Henry Wells and Scott McCabe were in Louisville Sunday Mr Tom Edelen who has been in Louisville for several weeks is at home for a few days Miss Alice is visiting her brother in Louisville this week BY Grundy Mclniire Bear all the new and clever have introduced as proper The long n Single or DoubleBreasted Goats deep center Vests in variou models built of quality cure Wocjl Fabrics in a 25tailpr15and18 1 FOR THE BOYS thenewT5 9T5O wantsfor Henderson New Wash Waists 75 cents to 900 It to try to to you the and beauty popular the yourself have desirable of and Taffeta in and evening you the Money unsatisfied I GRUNDY MciNTIRE Springfield Ky I Personal 0n iJcChordspent lYd FairIfieldaccepted Millinery daughter Wednesday Margaret IlIrs Kate W gone Will JC week Springfield Saturday Louisville Will Sansbury CARRIED features that been this spring smarty fashioned With superior popular PRICE CENTS Lingerie Japanese Mesdames H D Stiles and Chas Brady were in Lebanon Tuesday Mr J L Allen was iri Louisville the first of the week on business Miss Mayme Allen visited her cousin Mrs Edward Bosehart of Louisville the first of the week Miss Elizabeth Leachman spent Sunday with Miss Mary Hundley at Huber station ret1lrnIMiss Emilyof Louisville Mr Richard A Spalding visited friends in Loretto the first of the week Messrs G A D fioney Will Rogers Evari Rogers and Wathen of Lebanon spent Monday in town Mrs Lizzie Mclntire has returned home after a visit to friends in Win- Chester Mrs E Carl Litsey ofLebanon is visiting her mother Mrs W Jf Selec man i Mr Booker Sansbury of Louisville visited his mother several days last week Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell are visiting friends in Louis yule and Jeffersonville Mrs Felix Hamilton attended the LeachmanEdelen wedding last Wednesday the JLSth Mr and Mrs T C Campbell and children spent Sunday in Lebanon with Mr ahd Mrs S B Thompson Dr Will Stark and wife of han sas City were Here looking after the business interest as the heir of the late Mrs Martha McKenna Mr Thomas Hughes vho has been the guest at the home of Mrand Mrs T iS Mayes visited Mrs James Allen of Bloomfield He was accompanied by Mrs Mayes Miss Ida McClure who attends school here is visiting her parents at High Grove Mr Wallace Duncan whohas been at Bardstown forj several weeks is at home for a few days Mrs Harold MtCIaskey and daughter who have be lthe guest of Mrs Lizzie Durrett hay q returned to their home at Bloomfield So M Campbell is in Louisville this week buying a stock of general mer chandise for Wmj TexasiMiss Katie Coin will entertain the St Rose choir thisl evening at 6 oclock dinner r Mr and Mrs N G Wootton returned to their h me 1n Bardstown to day MTi Wooton has been for sometime employed as a contractor tStRose Mrs C C Howard and little daughter Judith and neice Dorothy Hansbrough of Hdgenville are visitr ing Mrs Howards sister MrS Rogers Gore Mr Lorenzo Young who married Miss Estelle Craycroft of Meada coun ty returned hoe Tuesday evening L They were entertained at supper at the grComsfather A Young Mother at 70 My mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from entiretyidisabled her until s Ix mon s ago she began taking Electric Bitters which havecompletely ctiredher and restored theprimeofpatrick of Greatest res torative medicine onthe globe Sets Stomach Liver snd Kidneys right pur ifies the blood and cures Maleria Bil iousness and Weaknesses Wonderful Guaranteedby MONUMENT8PRETTY SPRINGFIELD MONUMENT CO i F L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 2fi906 tt i J jJi i lt f Jt J t i r Beverly of i- iH Graustark i ti s s j r rIi I k 4t r i1IW wW a The beast was gasping his last upon gOlltlIt1f1tersride Ba dos suppprted by two of hi- saen stood above the savage victim lila legs covered with The cave TaB full of smoke andthe smell of powder Out of the hAze she began to fee thehlght of understanding Baldos alone was Injured He bad stood be tween her and the rush of the lion and he had saved her at a cost she knew not how great Oh the blood she cried hoarsely Is ItIs Itare you badly hurt fine was at his side the pistol falling from her nervous fingers Dont come near me Im all rlghtl be cried quickly Take care your dress Oh Im so glad to hear you speak Never mind the drcsp You are torn to leces You must be frightfully hurt Oh Isnt It terriblehorrible Aunt Fanny Come here this minute Forgetting the beast and throwing off the paralysis of fear she pushed one of the men away and grasped the arm of the Injured man He winced somethingwarm knew It was blood but It was not In her to shrink at a moment like this Your arm too she gasped He juniled although his face was white fL I Jn her excitement she fired recklessly With pain How brave you were You might have beenIll never forget It never Dont stand there Aunt Fanny Quick Get those cushions for him Hes hurt Good Lawd was all the old womr an could say but she obeyed her mis tressIt was easier than It looked your highness murmured Baldos Luck was with me The knife went to his heart I am merely scratched His leap was short but he caught me above the knee with his claws Alas your highness these trousers of mine Were bad enough before but now they are In shreds What patching have todo And you may well thimbles 1te are short of thread and ImaglneI DontltalkNever Desecrate the couch of Graustarks ruler I the poor goat hunter Ill use the lion for a pillow and the rock for an operating table In ten minutes my men can have these scratches dressed and boundin fact there Is a surgical student among them poor fellow I think I am his first pa tient Ravone attend me He threw himself upon the ground and calmly placed his head upon the body of the animal I Insist upon your taking these cushions cried Beverly And I decline Irrevocably She stared at him In positive anger Trust Bavone to dress these trifling wounds your highness He may not be as gentle but he Is as firm as any prin cess In all the world But your arm she cried Didnt you say It was your legs Your arm is covered with blood too Oh dear me Im afraid you are frightfully wounded A stray bullet from one of my men struck me there I think You know there was but little time for aimIng Wait Let me think a minute Good heavens she exclaimed with a start ifer eyes were suddenly filled with tea nd there was a break in her voIceI shot you Dont deny I- tdonUIt is the right arm and your men could not have hit It from where they stood Oh oh oh Baldos smiled as he bared his arm Your aim was good he admitted Had not my knife already been In the lions heart your bullet would have gone th reIt Is my misfortune that my arm was inthe way Besides your highness It has only cut through the skIn and a little below perhaps It will be well in a day or two I am cure you will find your bullet in the carcass of our lamented frJenflr the probable owner of thW place Ravone a hungry looking youth took charge of the wounded leader while her highness retreated to the farthest corner of the cavern There she sat ti ir 1i1 1 1 4 f Its 1 t 1j SI I being dreasHl Aunt Fanny bustled back tfnd f rth first pushing her way through the circle of men to take and then re porting to the Impatient girl The storm had lassed and the night was till except for the rush of the river Raindrops f now and then from the mouth It 9 s all very dreary uncanny and oppre she to poor Beverly Now and then Bin caught herself sobbing more out oi shame and humiliation than In sad ess for had she not shot the man who stepped between her and death Wha must he think of her He says y all d bettah go to bald Miss BOY y highness said Aunt Fanny after ne of her trips Oh he do s does he sniffed Beverly Ill g to bed jwben I please Tell him so NQ nodont do It Aunt Fanny Tell him Ill go to bed when Im sure ho s quite not jefore But hes jesta goat puncheh er a Hes a man If there ever was one Dont let me hear you call him a goat puncher again How are his legs Aunt Fanny was almost stunned by this amazing question from her ever decorous mistress Why dont you answer Will they have to be cut off Didnt you see them Fo de Lawds sake missy cose Ah did but yo all klndeh susprlse me Deys petty bad SkUll up mlssyjde hides peeled up cousidble But hit ala dangous no skun ats a11t And his armwhere I shot him Puffecly trifliu maam yo high ness Cobwqbs d stop de bleedln an Ah tole em so but at felleh couldn unstan me Mlsteh he says somethln to de docteh an den dey goes afteh de cobwebs suah nough Thin bleedln no mo missy Hes mostes noah doln vey fine Cose be cain walk fo sevl days wlv dew lalgs 0 hlsn but Then In leavens name how are we to get to Edelweiss He cn ripe calnt he Whas to hlndeh hlmf Quite rlghtt He shall ride Inside the coach Go jjid see If I can do any thing for hltfa i Aunt Fanny returned In a few min utes tl He says roll do him a great favoh If yo jes go tq bald He sends his spects an hopes yo slumbeh won be dlstubbcd aglnV Hes a perfect brute exclaimed Beverly but she went over and crawl ed under the blankets and among the cushions the wounded man had scorn ed CHAPTER VII D iliGEORGE ffffitC iii 1ri unceremoniously observatipns theyI comfortable maamjes Whatshlaname HERB was a soft warm yel low glow to the world when Beverly Calhoun next looked upon It The sun from his throne in the mountain tops was smil lug down upon the valley the night had ravaged while he WHB on the other side of the enrth The leaves of the trees were a softer green the white of the rocks and the yellow of the road were of a conjtler UntoThe brown and green reeds were proudly erect once more f The stlrrlng of the mountain men had awakened Aunt Fanny and she In turn calied her mistress from the sur prisingly peaceful slumber Into which perfect health bad sent her not so many hours before At the entrance to the liuprpvlsed bedchamber stood buckets of water from the spring We have very thoughtful chamber maids remarked Beverly while Aunt Fanny was putting her hair into pro sentable shnpeJIAnd an energetic cook she added as the odor of broil ed meat came to her nostrils Ah cain see n thin 0 dat beastes Miss Beverly an AhAhgot mah suspicions said Aui t Fanny with sepul chral despajr in h r voice Theyve thro n the awful thing into the river c ucluded Beverly Dejfs cookin h UtIaaJd Aunt Fanny solemnly Good heaven no cried Beverly Go and see this minute I wouldnt eat that cntllke hlng for the whole worlck Aunt Fa my came back afew minutes later wit i the assurance that they were nmstl ig goat meat The skin of the ml might visitor was stretched upon ie ground not far awny IIAnd how is he a Beverly jamming a hatpln through a helpless bunch of violets Hes vey spec nby skun yo high ness j I dont mean the animal stupid Yo mean at Misteh Goat Man i Hes settin up an chattin as if nothiu happened He says to me tit we staht on ouah way Jes as soon as yo all eats yo beakfus De bosses is hltclied up an Has everybody else eaten Am I the only one that hasnt cried Bever ly Ceptin me yo highness Ahm as hungry as a poah mans dawg an And he is being kept from the hos pital because I am a lazy good for nothing little Come on Aunt Fanny we havent a minute to spare If he looks very ill we do without break fa4 hut Bnldos was the most cheerful man In the parity Ho was sitting with lila back against a tree his right arm in a sling of woven reeds his black pntch set upon the proper eye You will pardon me for not rising he said cheerily ubtt your highness I nm much too awkward this morning to act as befitting a courtier in the presence of his sovereign You have slept well Too well I fear So well in fact that you have suffered for it Cant we start at once She was debating within betself whether it would be quite good form to shake haius with the reclining hero In the glare of the broad daylight he and his followers looked more ragged and famished than before but they also appeared more picturesquely romantic When youbjive eaten of out humble fare your highnessthe last meal at the Hawk and Raven But Im not a bit hungry It is very considerate of you but equally unreasonable You must eat before we start I cant bear the thought of your suf fering when we should be hurrying to a hospital and competent surgeons He laughed gayly Oh you neednt laugh I know it hurts You say we cannot reach Ganlook before tomor row Well we cannot stop here a minute longer than we Oh thank you A ragged servitor had placed rudebowl of meat and spine fruit be foreher Sit down here your highness and prepare yourself for a long fast We may go until nightfall without food The game is scarce and we dare not venture far into the hills Beverly sat at Jlis feet and daintily began the operation of picking a bone with her pretty fingers and teeth an sorry we have po kufves and forks he apologized I dont mind said she I wish you would remove that black patch Alas I must resume the hated dis guise A chance enemy might recog nize me- Youryour clothes have been mend furtiveglancehad been rudely sewed up andno bund ages were visible Are youyour legs terribly hurt They are badly scratched but not seriously The bandages are skillfully placed he added seeing her look of doubt Ravone is a genius Well Ill hurry shq said blush- Ing deeply Goat hunter though he was nod she a princess his eyes glcnmcd with the Joy of her beauty and his heart thumped with a most unruly admiration You were very very brave last night she said at last and her jfescuer smiled contentedly not long In finishing the Sheiswholesome meal and then her readiness to be on the way With the authority of a genuine princess she commanded him to ride inside the coach gave Incomprehensi ble directions to the driver and to the escort and would listen to none of his protestations When the clumsy ve hIde was again in the highway and bumping over the ridges of flint the goat hunter was llesfde his princess on the rear seat his feet upon UHfoppo site cushions near Aunt l annYIa arranged bridge of boxes pro vldlng support for lila long legs4 VWe want to go to a hospital Beverly had said to the driver very much as she might have spoken had she been In Washington She was standing bravely beside the fore wheel her face flushed and eager Baldos from his serene position on the cushions wnt ell her with kindling eyes The grlz You itill pardon me for not rising Hied driver grinned and shookhis head despairingly MQh pshaw You dont understand do you Hospital hos p1taJ she spelt It out for him and still he shook his head Others in the motley retinue were smiling broadly Speak to him In your own language your highness and he will be sure to understand ventured the patient 1 am speaking in UlyI mean I pre fer to speak in English Please tell him to go to a hospital she said confusedly Baldos gave a few Jovial in structions and then the raggedest Courtier of them all handed Beverly Into the carriage with n grace that amazed her goathuntersed in sincere wonder And you speak the most perfect English Ive ever heard he replied Oh do you really think sol Miss primes used to say I was hopeless You know I 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WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS 0fRECTORYAt when you want to have a Job of work homatebaor the homo mechanic At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his Roods doesntidoubtless you can remember ofhaving received different treatment Their aiUII18look i nice in printout dont come up Pay your money outst home and it may come back again but send It to one of the big mall order houses and it will buy 26cent cigars for some thefollowingable mes When you want to make a purchase look over this list and select your store Yoa thebigmailorderhouse IIAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hardware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In Groceries Queensware Glassware Etc i George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella I Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroy Dealer In Fancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Bed Cross Drug Store Drugs tationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish 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whojhave been c red or greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes For Sale By All DRJ W Ky oooo NOTARY PUBLIC bN MAIN ST KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jan J Graves Jewelry Store Will draw Deeds and co- nttUt8IAll ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Et C W Hagan Dealer lit G BeerEtctW Et Leachman Dealer In ntstJames J Graves iringlGrundy Claybrooke Mdniire Dealers In Dry Goods Clothing Boots and Shoes McElroy Sfiultz Dealers IIi Hardware Tinware Stoves Etc Ed M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Silverware Etc Land kRailroadllime Table 1 Incoming Outgoing Commoner175We- ekly Semiweekly Fireside175Re- view YOUNEEDIT Druggists THOMAS Hodgenville oooooooooooooooooooo SPRINGFIELD Suny only NOt 91- 82S p rh 735 650 60Daily No4 42 5251a m 755l1 Daily No 43 1240 p m 100 a m 930 11 730I Suny only No 90 715 a m 8001 845h 935I Daily No 41 705 p m 552H 502 410 U Daily No 44 120 p nu 220 410 p rh 545 p m o oo oon n f =npfChaplin Water i S Power Roller Mills a QInIBEST FLOUR nITHE BEST MEAL n1 S n0 S I aInkher sections of Washington Q dountiy our brands are sold QP2 D 6 SUTHERLAND II nponQ o oopon o n S IFIRSTQ n Q- i National Banki0 OF IJ SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Q- o A C PIT At f50000 Surplus and Undivided Jo Profits 25000 J S OFFICERS Q a B L President S OaL B Cain Asst Cashier aB E Foster Bookkeeper S DIRECTORS S BL JW I 2RHEdelenoJnoO Polin lI We giantevery favor consistent 5 S with safe banking If you have Q not already an account with this G bank we invite your patronage nS S QSaSaaQSOiiOSOoisa Shoe Repairing I am located in the wholesale harness preparedng at the most reasonable prices ADOLPH ZANNZINIER 17 The deaf and dum shoemaker Subscribe for The Sun fLOG year I w F A i I0a9 t I 0 W e S a I MCELROY WHARTON d L i I 1 r tA TELEGRAM I t April 20 1906 t J From New York N YiReceived alt Springfield 840 a m April 21st v J To EcELROY WHARTON Springfield Ky fp If San Francisco is wiped out the Continental loss connot exceed two and one half million dollars After i paying ours losses we will have at least fifteen million dollars o assets left If we lose two and one half million doll rs many other companies will fail Put your good business in the Continental The safety fund law under which we operate and have special funds on depositswith New York State authorities in Albany would protect any Continental policy holder even if two more cities should burn HENRY EVANS President Mc LROY WHARTON J AGENTS J SPRINGFIELD KY tsy Mut zr MCELROY WHARTON tittittt- iT P + tit IHA- VEJBougt1 1 1 1000 inches of space from The SpTingfield Sun to be used 1during the year to advertise my Real Estate and Insur ance business I want to advertise for you FREE OF yourBUSINESSina fewfarms to offer this week but these as you will 1observe do not near fill up my space R member the white space BELOW IS YOURS ti + i tiittW close to school house and church Price 40 a + jWgoodtobacco its dW house and church Price 40 per acre + No 455 acres three good barns two dwell ngs plenty ofti4i grass Al1 the farm ready for the plow Price 0 per acre i4I No 517 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber ti 11X205 acres 7 good welling 3 to 1 timber d grass Price 35 per acre 1l- No + + 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwater wellfenced ititwhole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town tit No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield pl ity timber all PriceW j No 9G5 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timbertitwo houses one barn that will hold ten acres of toba cowell fenced iJ 41 No10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good titimber tobacco land large dwelling F3r3750 per acre 11220 acres six miles from Springfield on good tike tNo timberask oak hickory mid poplar Ch irch and two barns two lines telephone n house wellIJ titwatered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre 4 41No 12Themestdesirable house in Springfield Woll located i4s No 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good bai i with here of 11LhW nutobacco Ii Several other pieces of town propcrty If you want a home in ItIve it at sSpringfield got any price t f B D Lake Springfield H + titoi + tit ir i 1 BEVERLY OF IGRAVSTARK By GEORft BARR MCUTCHEO Author of CnxtiUrk Copyrt4hLlleabyDodd3lcadamidCrnmpanlt- ism sne cneu looking at him intent ly Where did you learn all your EnglishI a tutor be answered easily You area very odd person she sighed I dont believe that you are a goat hunter at all If I werenot a goat hunter I should bave starved long ago be said Why do you doubt rite Simply because you treat me one moment as If I were a princess and the next as If I were a child Humble goat hunters do not forget their sta tion In life+ I have much to learn of tbe defer ence due to queens be said f TImes Just like Tbe Mikado or Pinafore she exclaimed I be lieve you are a comic opera Brigand or a pirate chief tain after all t 1 ant a lowly outcast storied Well Ive decided to title your into Edelweiss anti Pardon me your highness be said firmly That cm not be I skull not go to Edelweiss nut I command you r 1 Its very kind of you but I cacao enter a bospital not even at Gaul ok f I may ns well confess that I sun a bunted man and that the instruct ous are to take me 1tndor alive Impossible she gashed Jnvo un tnrily shrinking front him I have wronged no man yet I am bolng hunted down as though I were t haggtrdGramtiirk the plateaus of Axpbain and the wailers of Dawsbergen are alive with men who are bent on end Ing my unliappy but Inconvenient ex f istence It would be suicide for me to enter any one of your towns or cities Even you could not protect mer 1 fear this sounds like a dear f me you dont look tllenmlOh criminal crick l I am thcinllliNl trailer of the faith ful band who will die with me when the time conies We are not criminals your highness In return for wlrnl service I have performed for you + lijiplore you to question me no fur ther Let me be your slave up to the walls of Ganlook surd then you mny forget llallos the goat hunter f never can forget you she cried touching his Injured nnu gently Will you forget the one Unit gave you this + wound llcy n JII rD O D V tfIJ c U 1III hIt is a very gentle wound and I low It so that I pray It may never healj She looked away suddenly Tell me one thing she said a mlt over her eyes You say they are hunting you to the death Thcn7 then your fault must be a grievous one Have you bave you killed a man sbe added hastily He was client fd- a Iopg time f I fear thave killed more than one man he said in low tones Again sbe sbranjc Into the corner of the coach Hlst ry says that your father was a brave soldier and fought in many bat ties he went on Yes slip said thinking of Major George Caliionn He killed men then perhaps as I have killed them be said Oh my father never killed a man cried Beverly lu devout horror Yet Grnustark reveres his might prowess on the field of nWesnht lie half laconically Oh she mnnmired remembering that she was now the daughter n f Y tIes t tlICrII see You are no- tuau mere murderer then No I have been a soldier That Is all Tl ank LeaveuP she murmured and was no longer afraid of him Would s1Clnlbenetlthow fur her influence might go with tiPrincess Yetivc It is beyond your power to hell mo lie said gravely She was but It was the silence of deep retie thou Your highness left the castle ten days ago be said dismissing hh sell as v subject for conversation Hun your kept In close communica tion with Edelweiss1 during that time j vi know nothing of whatls going there site said quite truthfully Sh only knew that she bad sent a ines sage to the Princess Votive apprising ben of hen arrival lir St Petersburg and of her Jntentlon to leave soon for the Graustark capftal Then you do not know that It Lorry Is still on the Pawsbergen from tier In conference with representatives front Serros He may not return a week so Colonel Quinuox briugk back word Its hews to lime murmured Her erly You do not seen to be alarmed be ventured Yet I fancy It is not a dot- gerons njlsslon although Prince Gs briel Is ready to battle at a moments notice iI have time utmost confidence In li Lorry said Beverly with prove pride Baron Diingloss your minister of pollee in these mountains watching the operations of Axpbaiu scouts and spies Is he You t eVt1lI posted it seems Moreover the Axphalulans are clam r r 1 At nibS to attacK Uaniook upon the firs tJsignal from their ruler I do not wis to alarm your highness but we may a well expect trouble before we corn rlto the Gunlook gates You urn know to be in the pass and I am certal an effort will be made to take posses sion of your person They wouldnt dare she exclaim ed Uncle Sam would annihilate theta In a weok Uncle Sam 1 Is he related tb your Aunt Fanny Im afraid be could da but little agalust Volgas fighting men be said with u sinllc- Tbeyd soon find out who Uncle Sam Is If they touch me she threatened grandly He seemed puzzled but was too polite to press her for expla nations But be Is a long way off and couldnt do much If we were suddenly attached from auibusb could be 2 What would they do to me Jf I were taken as you suggest She was mOre stconcernedWith you in their hands Graustark Sdemandministry would be forced to submitI I really think It would be a capital joke on the Princess Volga mused Beverly reflectively He did not know what she meant but regarded her sot fiinlle as the clear title to the serenity of a princess She sunk back and gave herself over to the complications that were likely to grow qut of her Involuntary deception The one thing which worried her more than all others was tile tear that Yetlvc g4oPetersburg and the mere fact that silo was supposed to be traveling by coat was sufficient proof that she was no tinat her capital Then there was of course the possibility of trouble on thoI road with the Axphaln scouts but Be c erly enjoyed the optimism of youth an clvllization Baldos the goat hunter was dream 1y thinking of the beautiful young Woman at his side and of the queer freak fortune had played In bringing them together As he studied her face be could not but lament that marriage atI least established a barrier between her and time advances bis bold heart might otherwise be willing to risk His black hair straggled down over his forehead and Ills dark eyesrthe patch had been surreptitiously liftedwere unusually pensive it Is strange that you live in Grau stark and have not seen Its prlnces before she said laying groundwork for Inquiry concerning the ctsand whereabouts pf the real princess May It please your highness I have not lived long in Graustark Besides- It Is said that half the people of Can look have never looked upon your face Tin not surprised at that The pro portion Is iiuicb smaller than I Iniap nod I havu not visited Ganlook strange ns It inay seems to you One of my company fell in with some of your guards from the Ganlook garrison day before yesterday He learned that you were to reach that city within fortyeight bours A lathe toemeet you at Lnbbot Oh Imieedald Beverly very much Interested They must have been misinformed as to your route or else your Russian sscort decided it take you through by tbe lower and more hazardous wajr therwrong road Otherwise we should not have met each other sari the lion be safd sniHIng reflectively Where Is Labbot asked she Iu tent upon the one subject uppermost her mind uin the mountains many leagues north of this pass Had you taken that route Instead of this you would by this time have left Lhbbot for the town of Erros a half days journey from Gan look Instead of vagabonds your es cort would have been made up of loyal wellYat least 1But no braver no truer than my soldiers of fortune she said earnestly By the way are you Informed as to the DuwsberienScarcely ness nuVst be he replied The young prince whats his name she paused looking to him for the name Dantan 4Yes tbatsIt What has become of himeIe a they say They havent captured him thou Good I am so glad Interesct forugoU name lIe said Oh I do so many ridiculous things complained Beverly remembering who serenr addedenot strange your highness H seenlwas called to the throne two years ago You remember of course that Ills moth Idcrchangedlamely Prince Gabriel his half brother Is the son of Prince Louis III by first wife who was a Polish countess liter her death when Gabriel was LadthastCaudace Is but nineteen years of age 30ru neighrp rs than I sbe said I lived in Dawsbergeii for a Ilttl while nod was ever Interested in lb doings of royalty That Is a poor mans privilege you know- Continued next week J 1 HappyBeau This fine Saddle and Harness Stallion v myabtown pike three miles from Frederick fromSpringfield 10 TO INSURE A LTVINU COLT Lien retained on the colt for service fee Money due when the colt is foaled or the mare is parted with Caret taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur byBeauBrummelBOO byHappyret Chief Happy Beau is a dark chestnut sorrel 15 hands 3 inches weight 1050 goes manybluefine mane and tail and fine style and aIIevery respect Stockman are earnestly invited to call at my farm to see three colts of seedare fancy twoyearolds as there are hn the county Over 15 hands l Also at the same time and place I will tUnd my fine mule Tack DEWEY by Gladstone dam by Gov Woods at 7 qnditions same asrJven above 14Bands andifirstclass breeder PermonthS B NAIL WACO DARE JR NO 1162 in VOL 3 N S H R I andlamong countyWaco make the season at Walkers Heights Stock Farm four miles West of Springfield on the Bloomfield pik at 10 to Insure a Living Colt Waco Dare is a handsome saddle ani harness horse stylish perfect in form- a action fine mane and tail 15J hands high beautiful dark bay- PEDIGREESired by Waco Dare 1027 by Chester Dare 10 by Black Squirrels 58 by Black Eagle 74 by ham 67 by Washington Den byImpbyKinghe oy old Black Denmark he by Imp Hedgeford Wacos second dam by LexingtonSFrabbles Lexington S F Waco 10ffirst dam by Fairfax Denmark by Dia mond Denmark 68 by Jones Denmark by Aenmirk F S he be Imp Hedge DaveIMajor Brjeekinridge by Giltners High h3anderBlackBrowns HigH tnderby Bufords bySCoBro vn Hjphlan Jer in a upon uni liken1J R WALKFR Leadin Baptists of Kentucky are tryng to per ft ct an arrangement to oi leneral Assembly from crniter Farmers too busy in June Grip Quickly Knock d Out Soma Vpk ago during the severe myncontractor vere ily developed vo the worst kind of la grippe with miserablesymptoms mSrIowades sore hfoppedUp eyes and ofeaidingtheberlalna Sar and Liver Tablets and ty its aIsle soon completely e7dealf J l lj 8 filE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1906 J ll J 1 r PRICES JAtTEXAS NTICKY WILL PLEASE the TRADEI am now prepared to offer 1o the trade some unusual bargains bargains in every department of my store In other words have inaugurated Low Price Sale one which am quite sure will be the means of selling many hund ed dollars worth of RoOds for me People who in the past have traded with me will testify to the fact that I always do just what I pr mise can only mention a few thinKs in this advertisement 18 Paics Shoes at COST to Close Out A Washing Machine For 250 I will order anything you want any time you want itanything in the Furniture or Hardware LinAgencv here for Mastic Mixed Paint We carry in stock oils te rpentine varnishes etc A Handsome Line of Millinery will be received next week and ye are very anxious for the ladies io call and examine these goods All the latest spring styles Cabbage SaturdayDNew goods arriving eVer day Come to see me = = k= o BLESSINGS OF KENTUCKIANS No people appreciate fully the blessings and advantages that they enjoy above others Our natures are sufeh that we can never be satisfied Ever longing for something we have not we seldom take time to enjoy and appreciate those privileges and blessings that we above all other people enjoy In these days of early spring there is much that we have given to us that we do not take for its full value It is common to usall and we feel that it is therefore no matter worthy of congrat ulation We take it as our heritage which it is and aglorious one This is universal and we do not value it fully yet there are many special blessings that go fully as unappreciated and apparently as unrealized How much it means to say I am a Xentuckian is never known until ohe travels from the State Blessings an only be felt by their lack So we miss the good things of our nativ State and after many days we return to pass our last years within its hollowed limits For a State with the glorious history f which this commonwealth of ours can boast there are singularly few his torians and lovers of history The an tiquarian is not honored here as in States of less worthy record but works if at all alone This sense of loneliness or of feeling that he will be associated only with childish grandsires and superannuated greataunts prevents many an aspiring youth from plunging deep into the bound lesshistorical field his own State af fords him To be sure we have the Filson Club at Louisville and its work is of the very first class but one club cannot do all the work There is enough material in our ewn county to furnish four or five mon graphs such as the Filson Club publish The harvest truly is great but the lab orers are few Men of letters in th Tarious newly made States of th Northwest study their history short a it is and devoid of stirring incident such as ours is prevaded with and put i E President A GB ll1ner lAi it forward so that the veriest child can know the whole story of their pioneers How many children of our town ca tell what was the Wilderness Doubtless not one would answer Ho many of the grown people know Her ome no doubt could answer but i ivould be the fewest Yet the Wilder ess Road was the trail on which their forefathers came over the mountains prom Virginiaone of the most historic highways of the world Over it came the strongest race of men and women the world has produced making Ken tucky the home of the knfghtliest me and fairest ladies on earth How many know of the prominent part in the wars of the nation y KentuckiansHere as in most hings our own men have excelled ew indeed are those who can tell i what campaign their own ancestors ought There are probably more de cendants of Revalutionary heroes in ur State than in any other Western tate Yet so little is the interest and jp meager the knowledge in this qu hat it is one of the least fertile of th states as a field for work of the Daugh ens and Sons of the American Revolu ion Other States with scant re ord of vents do honor to the achlcve ents of heir pioneers Kentucky rem ins si ent and impassive all the whilel His rians record the glories of their own states Kentucky knowing she has a grand past takes not the time to hand the knowledge of this heritage to pos erity It will take no long tim in0 Historian appears to do honor our past for it to be forgottive Our fore athers were great noble heroi men Let us do them the honor to pas their ames down with our children as sou ces of pride and as worthy ex for them to look back upon as an heri tage and inspiration S To SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN B J Cecil Rout 2 has for feale a y ung Duroc boarthoroughbred haenoneeWood Young R F D No 8 has for sale a good jump seat surrey Al most as good as new fSQ l A yal ISweethearts I youvelonged Iyoun lady with a lovely diamond rin oure sure tobe happy if the ringand other presents are bought of n e To prove It JASJ RA VIESI CUMBERLAND TELEPHON TELEGRAPH CD rtxcoarola Di Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable y9u to talk almost anywhere in Southern ndlana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tenn ssee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory bommiinlcatton with the- countryWeable Equipments and facilities urisur pallsedrJAMES CALDWELL LELAND LIME- llso9 ABBtOonl MV T D WEBB Treaiure Chamberlains Cough RemedyI The Childrens Favorite OURE8 Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough This remedy In ramous for itn cures a largo part of tho civilized world It can always bo contains no opium or other harmdrug and may be es confidently to a baby ae to adult Price 25 eta Large Size 50 eta SILVER LAKE The prospect for a good wheatcrop this i6 very bright Th e ladies of this community are hay ing good luck with their turkeys and chickens Mr J W Perkins and wife spent the latter part of last week with Mr W TPhillips and wife of Texas Mr W M Foster and son were in Springfield Monday on business Mrs John Hillard has returned to her home in Owen county after a visit with relatives in Washington county John Reynolds sold toparty unknown one horse for 130 Several from this community attended MondaynPer Springw thetran were thrown from the buggy but were not seriously injured The buggy was completely torn up Mr Robert Bart lost a fine bay mare last Wednesday of colic Mr Alvia Foster bought of R A William one buggy for 52 nLanus Foster and Elvin Perkins were at Valley Hill Tuesday on business Mr J W Perkins andr Alvia Foster were at Cardwell Tuesday on businessWe sorry to hear of the death nof Rev David Bruner which occurred last Monday Mr David Matherlyj who has been very low with pneumonia is improving slowly Mr Bert Hale and wife of BUrnsiBe placeea severe on his hand the other day while use rig a hatchett Mr Elvin Perkins returned home Friday from a visit to Mr S G Foster of Mercer county We are glad to see Mr Sutherland progressing so nicely with his new post office which he is building A Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out of if Bucklens Arnica Salve is ap plied promptly G JWelshof Tekon familyforperfect Quickest Pile cure rknown Best healing salve made 25c at C J Haydons drug store fancey BOYiWill make the season of 1906 at my stable 1 mile west of Cardwell at 8 to Insure a Colt to Stand and Suck PEDIGREEFanceBoy 7yearsoldthisweigh 1100 pounds in good flesh and ia everhandledens oldFancey Boy a very successful show horse First dam by Pete Gold dust Second Dam by Vonmoltke CarpentersDenmark dam Pete Goldust by Longfellow Gold VonmoltkebyOld Bourbon At same time and place I will stand two as good mule Jacks as this country affords at 36 fora Horse Mule and S1 for a Mare Mule isfoaleduntilllfieasonres any For further occurIaddress W I Cardwell Ky J lifetimeMilhtttIJ j MpwARt IWIN IAM CINCINNATI O Qrer jlojot Can vA lee Springfield Monument Co Agts THUS i- SSUNSHINE DAYTh- roughout i he Entire Unified States Dont Fail to be- among the numberof who visit our store and get a- Coupon 1it WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HO A FREE SET OF F a Little in Your HomeX AND IT MORE CHEERFUL AND by OCXX OOGOQQOO 81 aond uaiv 2UH3ABJ1 god sjujno aajjj dH PJaJuJdS 3iaVJS 31VS OW Q33J AJ3All A311d S A3WOL WOUII onI IumJ itp Market Bacon Hams Ific Sides 12Hq Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per c Spring Dried apples 5c per pound Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to per bushel Eggs14c per dozen Feathers45c per pound Flour360to Ginseni 8750 per pound Grain Whont Rine corn 6Or Oats Hides Green Hc to lOHc Lard lOc per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill productsBran shipstnff 100 per 100 poundslS per Turkeys per pound Tallow Ic per pound Vinepar 25c to 4oc per gallon WooJ Burry and greasy liKc clear of grease 20c tub washed 28c t Country Sorghum 45c to 50c GeeserSOc a voice l Lazy Liver Suffering the misery and agony that come from your liver being out of order trying to bear up in the belief that you will be- aU right in a day or twoare you deliber ately neglecting the of believ ing that you dont need medicine If you are the sooner you commence the use of Dr CaldjvellsLaxative the better it will be for yOu yourliveryourliverBoth you and your liver will be better livers than ever DR CALD WELLS SYRUP PEPSI can be obtained in both dollar and half dollar sizes from all druggists ItdoespotYour postal card request will brlnsrty recu mall our new BOOK OF WONDERS nnd free sample t those who have never tried this wonderful remedy Send today PEPSIN SYRUP CO MtittlttJIa Illlesls Sold byfht Subscribe for The Sun 100 year VALLEY Spring has come and every ihmg in the Valley looks beautiful The flowers are in bloom and the birds sing s eetly A telephone will probably be in the Valley Ballard Suttles sold a sow a id pigs to Lee Suttles for 10 Thomas McElvoy and sister Mrs D W Crow were called to Fair View Friday by the death of their cousin lit tle Johnie Brothers Mr and Mrs J S Thomas visited the latters parents in county from Friday until Monday Miss Pearl Hickman of near Mack ville visited her grandmother Mrs MC Elvoy at this place one day last week visitIingMiss Artie Sutton of Brooksville spent last week with her sister Mrs Allen Sutton at this place r Mr and Mrs T W Sutherland spent a few days with friends in An erson county J thisiJ W Sutherland of county visitedat the home of J W S ther land last Sunday Miss Lizzie Cutsinger is visith g sister Mrs Katie Neale this wee herI Tyf Sutherland was at Law ence burg last Monday on business John McElvoy sold his crop ofto acco last week to Mr Moss for 7 JIj Sutherland Visited W mack last Sunday JLl Camn ack of CJcam spent a few months with J D land of this place Opie Suttles and sister Hattie ed church at Willisburg Sunda lwasin The Pain- Family You know them they are numerous and make their presence felt Tile names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomach ache Neuralgia etc They are sentinels 1mentmakes you miserable if stomach nerves are weak inf youdoublemore af fected Neuralgia simply makes torstrengthen the nerves Dr thisJtheir influence Harmless if taken as directed anrSache neuralgia and distressing pains of all sorts I have used them for thet withtheMRS JOE MEURILL Peru Ind btlyourItfalls25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind r FreeP- ACKAGFi A OF1 SUNSHINE AND A SET OF TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES VISITING OUR STORES TODAY 3Ti EVERYBODY HOLDER SUNSHINE RNITURE Put SUNSHINE MAKE ATTRACTIVE for Sale GJ HAYDON QOOQQOQQOeXXXX GOOGOOOCOOOOOOOOGCGOOOO30 Springfield pound- ChickeusHensM4 outragedNaturecommitting Syrup Pepsm iiI SYCAMORE through Anderson Anderson everywhere prominentnervesare Finished SUNSHINE Furniture Hess a Aunt Cecelia Robinson a well known colored woman died at her home last Wednesday Ben Patchen Will make the season of 1906 at the farm of Mrs R F Parrott two and ai half mils from Springfield on the Mackviile pike at 10 tt Insure a Living Gait PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION handshigh209YearlingChicadee 229 Mambrino Boy sire of Lizzie R 222 Mambrino Archer 2242 Five Points 219J Sadie 229 bySentinel andhesire living or dead This colt combines the blood of two threedarnsGreen Mountain Maid Being dam of 9 daIIlIo Individuality as well as pedigree thrsesame price and under the same condi 151handsCare will bd taken to prevent acci responsibleshouldcolt is foaled or mare parted with R L PARROTT 0 SPOTWOOD Will make the season of 1906 at FredeJlick inchhigh byIs Spot IUsbreeda of colts will saddle and reImare with or bred to another hors JOE BLACKBU N Will make the season at the same time and place 15hands andIParagonWill1 U iMSMn a Living toft A lien will be retained on colt to secure service fee Ja T MtNTMNCIY t