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Digital page images are linked to the text file. m rinflg1bDEVOTED 1t i f VOLUME IL SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 I NUHIW2Z DAZZLING LIGH S BITS OF GOLD MAKE BEAUTIFUL A BARROOM AT SOUTHBEND INDTHE SUN WILL MAKE A FIGHT FOR LOCAL OPTION A newspaper report says a saloon keeper at Southbend Ind has built a new business house It is said to be a beautiful structurea sort of a fasci mating trap into which many a poor fellow will walkjust to listen to the music for a brief periodbut the song- from sirenlips will lead him on oer rough ways and miserable till hestag gers into the great boiling cesspool ofI Destruction The buildings decorations are fashioned after kings castles and its innumerable brilliances flash hundreds of dazzling colored lights up on thefashionable fellow1as he stands and gulps down with many a smack that which has already tainted his heart and stranded his soul in a wilderness of sin where there is naught of lovethe home of misery and the abiding place ofdevil FinerY paid for by the fathers of starving children The floor of this magnificent building is decorated with fancyshaped gold pieces Gold which had been exchanged by hungry paupers forrum Gold which rightfully belongs to the weeping wo man in the hut of the forest and to the M14 child that wails for bread gold which Appetite wrested from the death clutches of the starved and starving gold which God gave in its rudeness toe earth and the earth gave to art gold to be trod upon by a gang of spew akin whisk soaked fellows while children starve The structuture no doubt is beauti ful especially is this true of the floor its trimmings of glistening gold alone would make it soa palace for a vom sting gang ofurich drunkardstoof- ine for the shabby fellow whose fortune has already been spent whose t gold has gone to help decorate the stamping place of the whisky shop too fine forhim and he must go with a beggars purse to the filthy disease breeding dive and plead and whine and pray for rum But if the rescuing hand doesnt lead him to other paths r the rich fellow of the pretty saloon will soon join the poor fellow of the filthy dive and will take up his abode mid awful debauchery and will revel with criminals and will fallat last into hells abyss a part of earths filthiest garbage Ask the tramp how much gold he gave to beautify the floor 6f the grogshop at Southbend Ind And probably he will tell you he gave his allot he may be too busy cursing his fate to answer Then ask his deserted his miserable wife and she will point to a magnificent residence across the way and say That was once our happy home Ask his grayheaded mother and she will tell you that hundreds of fertile acres were once histhe old homestead down in the valley the plantation of his father Ask the pinchedfaced lad and he weeps andsays The beautiful lit tIe pony which just passed down the street was once mine but a man came and took it away Ask those who tellwereyou a sad story a story ofa blasted life a wrecked homea story of broken hearts Ask them and they will tell you that some where out in the world is a vagabond who was once an honored t citizen and who was the possessor of a happy home A tramp poor fellow Every day to him is without a beam andevery path without a rose Misery ie his and pleasure is not eternally Hope is dead and all that is before him is an open grave and a yawning hell And he gave his gold to beautify the floor of the grogshop at Southbcnd Ind The convict also has a sadstory for i he too has giv n told to beautify the floor of thegrdg hop at Southbend Ind Gold he ar himselfI heapedJupon brought distinct m to his home and rent his wifes heart jnfith a terrible sorrow Gold he gave and the cruel world points to his chid asH the child of a convict Gold he g vela d in the damp prison cell in the cold gloomy awful prison cell devils haunt his dreams at night and horrible nt m are his daily companions and theJhost of the friend he murderedstands ly the iron door like a prison guard and ails and pleads and moans And this s not all His crazed mind wanders bac to the home of his youthand he see fatherland mother happy and proud planning a great future for the boy and gathering in a rich harvest for him Then he sees them weepingIsees them in the grave And this not all He sees hiswifea isI more horrible than all the resta ger to his soul She is begging for bread Ile hears her pleading for food and he sees the he rUes turn her away emptyhanoed and he hears her pray for the starymg child He sees her sulted by a beastly human and maddened he plunges against his prison bars and beats himself and shrieks then falls unconscious to the stone floor of the prisona resjthe seldom knows But soon life flames again and in its flaming his soul is more intensely burned for to him tne recovery of life is the recovery of lifes miseries Again he sees his wife this time turned into the street he sees her shivering with cold he sees her die He sees his child out in the world and he sees the world frown upon it and he tries to pray for well is he aware that a frowning world breeds criminals And he prays but while he prays thd great iron door of the prison streaks and he turns and sees his son ina c mvicts garb rand with a terrible oath u pon his lips he dies And he gave his g aid to beantify the floor of the gtogshoj at SouthbendIndi Go into your almsl ousesj go imo ypur insane asylums go nto the w rld of sin of poverty of rime and you will find a host of poor ellows who gave their gold to beautify the floor of the grogshop at South mf Ind This is not mere sentiment as some people may be wont to call it nor is it a scraping at thesky just because we feel that way but it is Truthpureand simple not nearly so vividly pictured as are the little instances almost daily presented to us by the ac tors themselves in Lifes great drama Ihave not resided in Springfield long enough to see any man contribute all his earthly goods toward beautifying the floor of the grogshop at South bend Ind but if and this county have not they are thiitownindeed in a list to I can not speak for Washing ton county but IS a htUctown- in Kentucky where twentyfive years of my life wore spent There I saw this horrible tragedy enacted more than one time by tragedians vho acted true to life but unto death Jorrible in the ex treme revolting I heseen boys grow to debauched manhoalr become vaga bonds I have seen their old homesteads and their fertile acres go to pay debts contracted in debauchrxI have seen grayheaded fathers p rayheaded moth era go to their graves sorrowstricken I have seen sons an daughters and wives devote a good part of their lives to prevent the father nd husband from I t giving the old homestead to beautify the floor of the grogshop at South bend Ind I have seen the pony of th little boy led away by a man T have seen the wives of convicts begging I have seen the sons of convicts led hand cuffed through the thoroughfares to a felons cell I have seen onetime prosperous citizens made subjects of charity and I have seen bright intellects destroyed I have seen all of these things because men gave their gold to beautify the floor of the grogshop at Southbend Ind 1 have seen coughof the saloon to convince met t it is not a good thing therefo I oppose it With those whq believe the saloon is la good thing I shall have no quarrel Theyhavea right to their opinion I have a right to mine When the proper time comes I shall present my argu ments I have many and variedones I shall attempt to show whv local option will be beneficial to Soringfield and Washington count why business will improve and why property will in crease in value 1 A gentleman who resides in the county came to me Jsst County Court day and wanted to knowhow The Sun stands on this local option question H While not definit iitatemend has ever been made as o my intentions I thought the issue of two or three weeks ago would convim e most Anybody that The Sun would n ake a fight for local option And rig it here permit the statement that The Sun intends to make an honorabl fight for local option against the saloon in Washington county not against the saloondeeper I have been warned that a fightof this nature will do The Sun no good anti it has been suggested that I ought to be neutral perhaps a few have gone so far as to intimate that such a course would be ruinous but with all of this I have decided to lend the as sistance of The Sun to the cause of lo cal option There is no need to be meallymouthed about the matter there is no need to beat around the bush A newspaper cant be neutral during a fight of this nature lit cant carry wa teftin both shoulders it can not afford to be indifferent Believing that local option is righthaving been taught it from early childhood rand haying always believed that man ought to get into the f ring line when a principle is at stakeI answer to the roll call and take rank as a private in the battalions which are now forming to do battle for local option Rogers Gore MR MA YES Commissioner for Washington County During Home Coming Week There is now no doubt that Washington county willbe well represented Loufsville for HomeComing week in June when thousandsof exKentuckians will return to their native soil to Gods Country to meet lovedones to renew old acquaintances and to make friends among the present generation Right royally will Kentucky and Louis ville welcome these children and Wash ington county will be ndwhit behind htfisapproprjatedmoney ifor this county Mr Mayes will be as Mayes1Ilaidto exWashingtonians and Qther visitors to Washington county headquarters HIGH SCHOOL NOTES TProf Colvin annouces that conduct a normal class ronrthe hetiwitl school up to the time of the ination This course will be of benefit notonly to those who are contemplating the examinations but also to any one who wishes a review The course will be largely lectures The normal class in school at present will continue their work under Prof Colyin till the time of 7the J examination The course will preparefor both the State and county 28eOne of the students in the lower graded was sitting with his feet out in aisle chewing a wad of gum when he was awakened from his meditation by the teachers voice Jimmy take that chewing gum out of your mouth and stick your feet in5 Wallace Rogers has stopped school Arrangements for the picnic while not entirely completed by the faculty have been detailed by many of our young people individually We have heard of one young lady so popular as to have four ways to go zre await ng her decision with interest The trip to Harrodsburg is also being detailed by various ones of the students The professors have pledged themselves to make the trip on fifty cents apiece They will prehaps walk through J and they have decided to strike for compli mentry tickets There will be nothing for the Harrodsburg people to do but grant it for we are convinced that the tourn ment would be a failure ifour three professors were absent Examinations will riot be held this weekas announced last week but will next Monday and Tuesday All who get a class grade of oyer eightyfive per sent will be exempted Many of the students are studying with this ex emption in mind as it will practically cut off a week of school for them Our geography class has read with interest of the debate in which a negro was shot last Week as to whether San Francisco was situated in Chicago or in Maine Had our class been along it might have been able to arbitrate the rnattpr It has had sev rah questions to settle and some inyo ving quite as much geographic knowl ge as this They have oven discusse such deeply scientific questions as hether they- c uld tell the north pole ii they should see it Sam Wells claims that they could tell it by its resemblance to the s uth pole The general pinion how ever and one that has not been dis proven by ocular evidence is that the pole is still standing there to mark the spot just as it was when the place was first named The Pole The baseballteamis getting down to hard practice and most of the players are making a good showing If many of our fans are not disappointed we will make a good showing when we meet the other teams at arrodsburg The lineup at present stands pitcher Will Waters catcher Leo Simms first base Ollie Barber second base Tom Colvin third base Richard Spalding shortstop Harry Shuitz left fielder John S McElroy center fielder Henry Royalty right fielder Parker Medley subs Lynn Bush and Ben F Simms The team will try to get a game with St Marys for Friday and will probably meet Bardstown and several other teams before the Tournament meets The following has been sent in with no signature except Bushwhacker We cannot imagine who is meant unless it be Papa Bush Ini tired of work Im tired of lay yImbrightImFir all their brown and golden curls boysOfIm tired ot you youre tired of mo- No where a lazier man oull see I urn so tired I cannot sigh I fear Ill be too tired to die We trust not all our students are so aflictcd by the spring sun Blood Poisoning whichisgermsfromm nauseaheadachest at C J or Haydons drug storGuaranteed HOMECOMING WEEK FOR- PSHINGTON COUNTY t Why Not Nave One and Extend a Welcome toktheWanderersS It is but a few weeks till Kentuckys wanderers again begin to seek their native home Such a pilgrimage with such devotion as it will have has seldom ever been seen Worlds Fairs have been held where vast throngs come to see the worlds wonders Reunions have come bringing together former comrades of the great four years war but never before have the natives ot one state scattered far apart turned with one impulse to revisit their former hrfmes Never did so many people at one time come home as will meet in Louisville next month Coming Home What a wealth of meaning those two words carry with them God pity the man who never got a welcome home The picture of the knight starting out on his adven tures is truly inspiring but when covered with honor he returns to the bosom of his proud mother when he comes home we have the grander scene Oh the distant desert at night his dreams have been all of that home Mid the glamour of foreign ourts he has ever kept his native home before his gaze At length the way seems long glories seem empty he draws his rein toVards home He counts the hours and urges on his horse that he may get there the sooner At length the home of his boyhood looms up before him What to him wer glories and honors beside the memories he cherished of that home For forty or fifty years Kentucky has been sending forth her young knights Many of them have attained HORROR Of the California Earthquake As Seen By a Former Washington County Lady The following letter written a few hours after the California earthquake was received by Mr Geo Qocanougher Santa Rosa Cal April 20 Dear Brothers Fathers and All My God how can I write this letter We are all safe but so dazed we know not how to realize the awfulness of the scene of desolation and devastation I had expected to write to youof Easter joys but its from 5a house of weeping and distressing scenes instead The shockof earthquake came at 510 Wednesday the 18th such a merciful hour justlight and yet before people had gone to business houses The shock lasted one minute but it seemed an hour and the roar was so awful a voice could scarce be h ard The Lord cer tainly was good tbufinone of us hurt and our hquse left standing and only Ours and one other chimney in all the North part of town and maybe allover town We live next door to the hospital so my work has been at home i have seen but little except crushed bleeding and dying people We gathered all the beds and bcddinrfor the hospital as soon as we to carry jn twenty crushed people there myself Hospitals are opened in every building considered safe We had one of the most beautiful cities in the world but almost in an in stant it was destroyed The whole business street is an utter loss courthouse postoffice everything except a bakery fell into the street not a drug store grocery or business house ofany kind left Our new fourstory brick hotel two new threestory bricks the new stone Masonic Temple and stone library were totally destroyed in fact there was not qne stone left standing on another 1n townl Fire broke out in several places and as we had no water most everything burned The drug stores and lodging houses burned first and oh so many burned to death Here I stopped to get the stretcher ready to carry Sin a Chinaman who is mashed to pieces CIIThere are two parties here for funer Church isthemorgue I saw positions of glory and honor Others have humsbier of their native state that nothing can rob them of Nd state in the union retains theaffection of its children awav from home so much as does Kentucky What a time these wilt be when this multitude from all directions begin that great hqmecoming All of them will meet in Louisville and there will do honor to their state They will view the scenes of their old metropolis But with all this it will not be a full welcome unless they revisit their old home in Kentucky Let ug have a homecoming in Spring field A great time all the old citizens of the townwill have when they come together When one revisits the town now after several years absence what a welcome does he get One of our old residents who returned for a short visit last fall said he had never elsewhere felt the Springfield Handshake When allof them get back and talk over old days when things were bet ter than they are now and lose them selves in the land of youth Springfield will truly be gay Let us by all means havehomecomi g If held immediately after the main affair in Louisville it could not be a great undertaking Let all our fold boys away from home come bac Perhaps they have been borne down upon by the years and life seems heavy Let them come back arid see the comrdesof their lost youth talk over old tmes and rensit that happy time of fife where the flowers bloom fair and the wind blows soft and there dwell peace and contentment and abiding calm rtwenty dead bodies there at one time yesterday Theyiare being claimed and carried off by friends But my God rare ruined financially and will have t ave help We cant leave here now and what we have is worth nothing We must stay while we are needed We paid i800 cash for a home in town and only leftus 9 in the bank destroyedI but in to buy willpro vide We are young enough to work again and there are many others who are worse offIThere are more than 100 a day eating in my basement INow I have tq quit I wish I had tell of some deeds of heroism Just now an automobile load of pro visions was unl aded at my house Petaluma a neighboring town waS to have hada uet night and they just loaded everything up and sent it here so we have roast turkey and cake today Love to all and oh I am so glad we are all alive So many friends and church members and Sunday School children are kille JENNIE COLVIN Teperr Speakings Rev W Hy Williams thecominirweek appointments MaudKy Thursday night May 30 at Hardesty School HouseiFriday night May 4 at Beech Grove Baptist church Sunday night May 6 at Hardins Creek Baptist chu ch Tells 1 rou les to Police Lebanon EnterJriseA police call Wednesday afternoon came from the law office of Mr John M Chord whe reported toi the officer upon his arrivajt that some one had stolen his hat a brae new one of the Stetson family Only a short while after placing the matter ra the hands of the policeman the officer succeeded in locating the missing sky piece and turned it over to the owner The hat was found in Mr McChorda office some ten feet from the desk where the attornev was sitting Daily Herald AND SUN s2 i I I1 IPHG SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906IiLaritt g of lajjrljtral ttLuarTIIIYt Qtltrisfta itJ By SIR OLIVER LODGE I impressedxI or di laved by the leading men of that country and Ufll by tie develophietit of some of the phenomena in 2St the direction of the more elusive physical cohcomi M2w JL tantsI jsuclas moyemefits without cpntact and v j M luminous hppearances Some people seem to an ticipate that in this country also these occurrences r are going shortly to attract more public attention mar usual If this anticipation turns out correct then thereisa se flucl which may certainly be expected namely a temporary r crudest ncCorsuperstitionig superstition of both kinds the negative fcind which refuses to examine but dogmatically denies the possibility K f everything to which they are not accustomed and the equally ob jectionable positive superstition which while accepting the truth of tbe phenomena sees in them the operations of evil spirits and the lawless extravagance of supernature It is or should be almost a tetitude to say that the whole idea of the supernaturalwhatever i at might mean is to be avoided in dealing with these things which fought to be regarded simply as proeternormal or perhaps supernor CUal Or at any fate1 unusual What is realwanted in the presence of these exceptional and puzzling occurrences isin the literal sense of fod word uskepticism that is to say stringent examination and in fluiry f Dogmatism at lhe present stage whether of the positive or Mbe negative variety is useless Hasty acceptance is as much to deprecated as hasty rejection Private information may accelerate OJ progress of individuals but the general advance to knowledge le gradual Premature belief without knowledge is found to be nature of superstition and is more damaging to lthe cause of tnment and progress than any amount even of dogmatic skepticism severely damaging though that is too Better let things remain in lihe hands Of an initiated sect or priesthood than submit then tp the Intemperate judgment of the unbalanced and the ill educatedon either Side It is not mere belief or disbelief that they should strive to secure b u t straightforward openmindedness and an attitude of sound and healthy common sense But the way to achieve this stage toward progress is not to as 4uine at one leap the capricious and the miraculous on the contrary d is to follow the general trend of scientific thought and procedure tol make the usual hypothesis of the uniformity of nature jinniof the su preriiacy of the reign of law to assume the intelligibility and harmony of the universe and to endeavor to bind newknowledgeof every kind fen to the old links by rational theory and working hypothesis To accept facts without evidence is manifestly injudicious but to reject facts with evidence is equally though notso dangerously un wise Choice is not an open question it can not be altogether de erred Life is apt to demand from them belief one way or another ifhey may believe yes br they may believe no pne belief is no tore scientific than the other Enlarged views of the universe enlarged that is far beyond the conception of the middle ageare already common property and the still further wideriings and higher perceptions which are aifeztd fit loom nig in the future if ever made ge c sobersmanner must surely awaken in mau some sense of his hope or destiny even on this planet must arouse in him some qffort toward the at aainment of so bright an ideal and thus must lead hint into the outer jirecihcts of the temple of religion r To answer your t 711 fquestion one mufirstr w1Uu anti n another gi4atitntion ues and that j What 1IJ meant by a teg1slattvc t lobby Vebster de By HON GEORGE A SCf OFIELDfine lobbying as fol- Semtor In MauachusettLeblaturelows To address df ofta t the theirIvotes Whether or not licrthe influ vice of the lobbyis for good or for evil must of course depend upon emotive which governs the lobbyist Ifmen enter the lobby with the full intention and with the ability 10 plate facts andarguments before the members of the legislature which are intended to and which will help the members to come to a decision on pending matters and such arguments and decisions are for the interests of the people no one will attempt to denythat that class of lobbying is tt be commended If such arguments can best be pre rented when the matters are before legislative bodies it would seem ihat in these cases at least what is termed lobbying is necessary for it stands to reason that in order to get the best laws it is necessary to Have alt the facts and arguments presented If on the other hand by lobbying is meant the offering of money or other considerations calculated to be of benefit hot to the people as- a whole but to the member of the legislature who has a vote one must come at once to the opnion that lobbying is not only not neces hOflD4tinfluence in the nomination and election of men who are practically pledged to be tools of the lobbyist While recognizing that there isanevit lobby as well as a odd neit seentetd me that on the whole the right of the people to lobby jiityr perance and of many other laudable objects leriied the right to exert tiheir influence for the causes they favor It seems to me that the right o advocate good measures must not be denied and as a consequence he opportunity for the corrupt lobbying cannot be wholly wipedout In regard to the question What are the limits to the legitiate fres of legislative lobbyit seems to me that there can be buone answer and that is that a lobbyist lias the right to do right Another use of the privilege is wrong Just what can be toile to ring about condition affairs under which he willnot be allowed t 3 do anything else I cannot say but it seems to me that a long step auld hertaken in the right direction if the voters would insist on candidates ancDpublfc officials who cannot be influenced to do wrong Elect men who will give those who place their trust in them a square deal and the ibby question will be settled witliouta further legislation BILL INHERITS 2aOOOr RICHEST DOG ON EARTH Favorite Pet of Deceased Chicago Bachelor Will Live a Life of Luxury ChlcaglJD the will of the late George C Watts former contractor and board of trade operator which was filed here the other day Mr Watts favorite pgtvBilI a fox ter rier was bequeathed 20000 for his keeping the rest of his life Mr Watts horse was willed the annuity of S3UO fQr his keeping the rest of his days The horse is 20 years old Mr Watts was a bachelor and did not have a blood relation at the time of his death The only person who Is a beneficiary of the will is a broth erInlaw He will receive 350 a month twice as much as the horse but less than the dog The entire estate val ued at 100000 aside from the be quests mentioned was left to Chicago charitable Institutions W R Gore is executor of the will Mr Gore has served legal notice on Bill of his good fortune and has appointed a keeper The legal service on Bill was pathetic Bill couldnt itt till TH S DOG WILL BE CARED FOR LIKE A PRINCE even wag his tall it having been amputated years ago 1This tbrtune makes Bill a prison er life It struck him much the same as wealth is dealing with John D Rockefeller at present said Mr Gore Please do not publish Bills ad dress We will have to keep close guard of him for fear he will be kid naped and held for ransom I do not- caretito say just where Bills perma nent home will be Bill cannot associate with other dogs nor hunt rats All the Incumberances that wealth ever imposed will be Bills He will have the best of care and thernost aristocratic food but he will be a prisoner for lifo and his lifo will be made as long as possible by his painstaking master and physician foras long as Bill lives the income from 20000 will be expended In his care After Bill dies the fund will be given to charity Unlike the usual fox terrier Bill Is of a serious nature annot disposed to make friends with the causal ac quaintance This disposition made him particu larly dependent upon those whom he did love and he shared every minute of his masters leisure time Bill Isno longer young having reached the mature age of ten years find overindulgence in his favorite diet of meatrhas affected his health and he is a greater sufferer from a skin humor As a result he requires ni great deal of care and the knowledge of this and the desire that his pet should ack nothing of the comforts in life p ompted the devoted master to remember him so liberally Bill will always make his home in Chicago but on account of his now responsibilities of wealth and the consequent notoriety he has gone Into temporary seclusion and his present quarters Is a mystery Fish Catches a Fisher Lo donTile Australian mall brings an account of an exciting ex ce which befell a WolloUgbng llghtljousekeeper Matthew Williams last month Williams Is a clever har poon fisher and while following his hobbji In the harbor he saw a mon ster kingfish In the water lunged at It anti struck It behind the head But the fish proved a match for Williams who havjngtho harpoon rope around his right arm and being unable to disentangle it found himself dragged off the stone wall of the harbor into the water where the fish maddened with pain swam desperately about with the happonlst in tow until just when the situation became desperate he was rescued by two men in a boat The kingfish was hauled on board and fou id to measure five feet six inches Dance on Capitols Roof Blankensbfp1the sole spectator at a show given by sev eral pretty girl members ofa bur lesque company oil top of the state capitol building The members of the chorus while visiting the capitoLex pressed a desire to to the top of the building and tie aCcommodating elevator man yank l his car up for them The girls while attempting to thank him for Vila courtesy asked him If he went tp the theaters He re plied that his visits were few and far between Then we will just show oua few things said one or the horus and several of them began to lance kick turn handsprings sing mad jig dances The elevator man then ordered his charges to return to the ground and behave with decorum a J 1 I UNDERTAKING I E are today and from now on will be better equipped to W everbeforenielderlyU d wlthus on who knows every detail of the business He 9 FUNspectfully invite a part of the patronage of the public and we feel satisfactorysrexclusive right for Washington countyno other undertaker can use this county these Vaults are of Stone and Will Preserve the Casket and the Body FOREVER theyarethatthevault when placed in the earth is inits natural state and will last THESEVAULTS superiortoHAYDON BURTON WILLISBURGI A bountiful rain fell here last Satur day night which was much needed as it was very dry forthe time of sea son Miss Lula Merritt the telephone operator at this place has recovered front an attack of infijimatory rheuma tism and was able to take the board the first of May W S Gibbs was in Camden Ky several days last week on business Mesdames JJ Sharpe and T J Miller were in Springfield Thursday f Mrs Sue Merritt spent Sunday with Mrs Bettie Colvin- H H Greenwood and wife are visiting in Louisville thi11wteknois Mrs W S Gibbs and Mis Elizabeth Shirley were in Springfield Wednesday of last week shopping Mrs Nancy Ash visited her brother Billie Cheatham last Sunday Miss Nora Goodlett spent Sunday with her sister Mrs W Bv Shirley at this place J E Sulton of Harrpdsburg is spending p few days with hjs parents at this place Ben McIJvoy and family of Sweet Retreat spent Sunday with his mother Mrs Mary Mcllvoy Miss Eda Sims is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Nora Harlow at ow Ky vis thisplacet Shirley i last visited the Mesdames J W and W B Shirley visited relatives at Litsey Friday of last week Jerome Trent and family of Pulliam SundayA Badly Burned Girl or boy man or woman is quickly out appliedfamilyforcureknownat C J Havddns drug store 1- 5SIUNSHINE J Freeman Grave f Vault FREE rrrMarried Forty Years Ago Kentucky StanditrdMr George Mc Clure and wifeof the High Grove neigh b9r hoodare celebrating the fortieth an niversary of their marriage today by entertaining theirimmediate relatives and friends Mr and Mrs McClure are popular1 in their community and have the best wishes of their numerous friends T The Rurfees Paint EVERY GALLON- GUARANTEED You can see the guarantee right on the cart Thous ands of gallons of the paint have been sol jI this thelargestIf you want to paint your house I will deliver forlessyouIkIDont forget that the KURFEES PAINT stands for high quality and is the only brand hardled in the ed up with such a Guarantee TCTATUMVALLEY HILL KENTUCKY I J H THIS DAY Throughout the Entire I United Sfafesfree ADOto beOFImongihe i arm lr r SUNSHINE finishes of those t AND A SET OF wko r l visit SUNSHINE Furniture our store nnunrunEFLOORS IndMAKES rr TO THELKKl get a- Coupon LADIEStVISITING OUR STORE r TODA JODY JEVERY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE l SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE U 1T1Put a Little SUN SHINE in Your H mAND MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE ForiSaIe by C J HAjYDON H t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 1 1906jift fti iji frill i ift fli 0 ffl ift iff ill ifr ifr ifr ifr iji ifr ifr ifr ifr tft ift ift i i ift i i ift I1 I I fofrft I I I 0 iiti i IJt 4r I fJ1 x I It j J t4 Ill HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS J i I PAY CASH Jii oFI r Z l0 r I tr J AFuIICoaIBoxati t i V i rsa joy forever as long as Jack Frost still lingers with us If the coal 3 comes from our yard the coal box keeps full longer Thats because COAL iLASLONGER that we sell If you dont believe it just try it One trial th savingIload today Y t J J r + i s 7 i 11 11 t 1fff 4 ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ift ft ft ft ift ft fti 1ft ft +1t1 W ft ft ft ft ft ft AHt Tat ato a a to 51I rAaa attsr A few days ago we went through the woods with a preacher friend who had been absent from his old home for twentyfive years but he had not for gotten the names and medical proper ties of the herbs and flowers that nature had scattered so profusely at our feet They seemed very familiar to him and he soon became deeply interested in them We seemed to catch at least some of his enthuinaSni and were asking names of flowers and plants that we had never before noticed A hew vege tablEt world seemed to open up to us with new beauties and attractions We had eyes to see and a mind to under stand but had failed to see and know Our friend of the pulpit seemed to new inspiration and hope from rugged beech trees that around him There in the stillness of the forest with hustling birds all around he remembered dream he had away back in the latter part of the seventys while living on his fathers farm near Pottsville now Jensontori It rap as follows He dreamed a beech treestood Y funeral Director V Licensed Embalmer KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 74 I 6m preparetl to do nil of yuur wood work and repairing at the most reason able price Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for sale I also have one new shopmade buggy and spring wagon and one secondhand spring wagon Buggy trimmings of all kinds on hand 4 W If July + + on a hill in a certain c riser of the farm and on the east side if the tree was a mans hand and bjiri dl under a tree in a leaden casket was fifteen thousand dollars in had been buried there by oneJ1hn trotter while the Indians still roamed hrough the forest The following day hwent to the spot and found the bee hf tree and sure enough on the east si del was the hand that had been cut inits bark which showedgreat age egot a pick and shove and wenf aft r the gold but be ing a man not given to the love of filthy lucre He dug a few s lallow holes in the groundand then ceased his digging I want to tell the readers of The Sun of a kidney regulato It is made from the roots of an herb known as Seven Barks which grew in patches on new uncultivated bluffs o ong the I anks of creeks and hollows where ground is new and rich The steinis ofa whitishcolor covered withseveral layers of bark he ice its name and grows from one toour feet high and eilch stem is crowned with a large white flower My neighbors think it is un equaled as a kiln jy medicine The medicinal properties of the herb wore kept a secret in bur community for years is good for man and beast A teacup full for mi n and a quart for a horse Before thi remedy is tried it would be well to as ertain whether or riot you have gathe ed the right herb Oftentimes many p isonous plants grow among tho healing lanhLEd- Twill give recipe or poisbn oak which 1 recently tried aft r othVs rem edicsOneof my ieces riikedi Why dont you try a irixture of soot and lardi It was sq f imple I almost hesi tated to try it but two applications did the Work Put tiis rem dy in your scrap book w1hadLast Sunday an all day sing best singers of the county tare present Misses Lillie Cocanougher and Bertha Whitehouse were organists On the third Saturday evening in are invited Rev Williams pastor of Springfield Baptist church will give a temperance lecture at Beech Grove on Friday night May 4 V Mr Ed Cocanougher bought a three yearold mare for 100 Tuesday and sold her the following day for 11Q Miss Gertie Cpyle is suffering from a severe bone felon and burning sensation instantly For sale by every dealer in Blue Grass The Sun and the Louisville eDaily Herald both papers 2one year STOCK t fine head and ear extra large bone and long heavy body good foot The sire PEDIGREE sons Imported Spanish Jack First dam by Imp Spandilier Second dam lam by Dave Knox Jack CLARK will make the season of 1906 for Jennets onlyat 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At my barn at Willisburg Ky t Pasture furnished at 2 per month and must be paid when stock is taken away Care taKen to prevent accidents but no responsibility on my should any occur Lien retained 011all dolts until service fee is paid I w s GIBBS Willisburg Ky i1 f Haulingr kM1 1 1 ii a tif I fI have bought the transfer business of Mr Allen and will continue ther tbusiness When you have any hauling to do telephone me I Iv tts I iPJI 5 i7 i t + I I am now handling hogsheads having also bought this business from TZP Mr Allen and farmers who are going to ship their tobacco will save money h v by buying hogsheads from me M j is m t 1t r worfAIR TREATMENT HONEST DEALINGS t JONES MOTTO ra I IIALWAYSDOWHATISAYILLDOI H JONESilf L- Ij i f tt W t feftft Ir I l Long Run Notsf catchI JOHN MAYES SPRINGFIELD Carriage Shop BOND gfieldKyI andI the It r cooductpdbyBro VeSletChapel anydisase ENGLEWOOD FA- RMCLARK pointsfull twoyelroldJack otherbreederlorthQmsehes SpanishGiant VelocipedeThird r Tobacco i Shippers William M Durrett William M Durrett was born near old Big Spring church in Nelson county Ky March 4 18GtHe was received intofull church upon profession of his faith June 16 1872 and was ordained and installed a ruling elder in that church July 3 1887 In 1903 having purchased a home near Springfield Kynnd having removed to it with his family he transfered his membe to the church at that place He dielOctobcr5 1903 after a long suffering from typhoid fever On August 2 1886 he was married to The1wifewas son William and Ehzabetn Smith Durrett both of whom were reared in the Big Spring community and were members of the Big Spring Presbyterian church William Durrett Sr being an elder To these pioneer Presbyterians God gave tvyelve children who were reared in the nurture and admonition of the Lord that Lord has proved covenant keeping God Five of those children are still living active workers in the kingdom of his grace and the seven who have died died in the faith of their fathers W 11 Durrett was an active level leaded aggressive and honestminded business man from early boyhood exhibiting an aptitude for management of affairs His judgment was comprehensive and his executive skill unusual He succeeded in his business enterprises and won through them and by them the confidence of those who knew him They trusted his judgment and his honesty of purpose and heart He was fair and and considerate of others and even in his trading to which he gave much time in his last years he was esteemed an upright man His home was his pride his castle its hospitality proverbial and within its gates lhe stranger found heartiest welcome A guest in that home tommanded its full resources 1to administer to his comfort There was no demonstration courItesystranger a member of the household In the fear of the LordH he was the headof his household but a more ten der husband and father 1 have never known His wife in delicate health for a loug time was guarded by his loving thoughtfulness from every possible annoyance and given the fullest freedom of companionship with her sband His children were companions to him and yet reverenced the father and recognized fully the fathers authority His home was a Christian home ordered in the fear of God As a friend he was true and loyal Kindly and considerate he made friends by showing himself friendly The chosen Ones who were admitted into the inner circle of his affections who knew him best loved him most and rested upon his friendship with the supremest confidence and trust Not a faultless man rio but a man with all mans frailties a mans pas sions ambitions aspirations and hopes a man made godly and true be the in dwelling of Gods grace through Jesus Christ a Christian man His faith was simple and trustful asa childs faith humble and teachable5 a heroic faith that endured the trials and withstood the temptationsof the life thathe lived resting upon the promises of God and God failed him not in the fulfilment of those promises Though he stumbled and fell sometime he lay never from under defeat but carne up from the fall to strive harder for victory And through faith he was more than conqueror God gave him the victory through Christ To his church he gave loyal service striving to upbuild its influence and en large its activities a liberal contributor to its financial claims he gave it far more than money His pastor found him a constant friend and a wise coun sellora coworker who was willing and ready to bear his fair share oC responsibility and authority as a fellow elder with him The church made him an elder because they trustedhim and as an elder they loved him He has gone to give an account of his stewardship and we may comfort our hearts with this hope in Christ he trusted in Christ he labored and in Christ he will reach his reward God bless and comfort the hearts madb sad by the separation from him May the Godof all grace be more than husband keepingGod Danger From The Plague Theres grave dangerfrom theplague prevalentDiscovery for consumption Coughs and Colds Mrs Geo Walls of Forest City Me writes Its a Godsend to people living in climates where colds prevail I find it ends them It prevents Pneumonia cures LaGrippe wonederful relief in Asthma andBves Fever and makes weak lungs nsumptionCoughsGuaranteed by C J Haydons drug store Trial bottle free Hanging to a Tree Richmond Ky April 27roe W Fry a wellknown farmer of near Waco this county disappeared from his home last January and since that time nothing has been heard of him Yesterday afternoon his dead body was found hanging toa tree in a dense thicket near Moberly Station five miles east of here The flesh had nearly all dropped from the body showing that the man had been dead several weeks Fry had climbed the tree tied a leath er halter around his neck and jumped put He was about forty years of age and a widower He was a brother of Mrs William Berryman of Waco with whom he made his home The lead mans father committed suicide in a similar manner IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT Knotv All Ye Good Citixtnj dei3I PreaenkThat Lin best you ono tho of hun cov two to A chip off or crack in five years by 50000000 Cash Guarantee and otherwise the most economical and satisfactory paint from every point qf view on tho market wee Katie AppcMtrd the 7iht- WQrihy L R L tecil Fredericktown Kyr T aUrj of This Tefcm ErCLVSIVE AGETSFor H seminar Condensed PLIn anti endowed him with special know edge of right paint and right painting methods wherewith to greatly enhance anu promote your local prosperity This he impart to you with hIt own voice G REE TINCS F Haonmi riot cm ST LOUIS MO t tr 1i r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 21906 j I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 2 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advanced ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Catered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission through the ffiai1s as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ose Year 100 Hrlfontha 50 cThreeMonths 25 IIIrIn writing to have your address finngod always give the postbfflce to which your paper a youitANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BEN JOHNSON- of Nelson county as a candidate fo Congress in the Fourth Congressional t district subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac bon of the Democratic party INCONSISTANCY Col Watterson in a recent ed itorial in the CourierJournal said that common rumor had Iit that money was used to defeat the AthcrtonJones lighting franchise ordinance in the Louisville greart rumpus has been stirred up Colc Watterson was summoned before an investigating committee but he persistently refused to 1who had made the charge against the Alde menThe proceedings of this meeting look to us like a sort ofa grandstand play on the part of the committee For months the Louisville Herald and Evening Post have been making allsorts of claims about rottenness in the administration o f city affairs yet it seems to hav never occurred to the Board Al derman to call the editors of the Herald and Post before an inves tigating committee until the CourierJournalstirred up the hornets nest Col iprVatterson did not spend the d winter in Louisvilleand not being on the ground it is not presumed that he knows as much about thinner workings of things i n Louisville as either the editor of the Herald or Post If either knows just a little bit of what he he pretends to know against he cify officials of Louisville arid can bring forth the evidence the whole gang ofem would be sent to the penitentiary Whenever the Courier Jour says one thing the Herald and Post say another thing of a very opposite nature If the Courier lournal defends a righteous cause the Herald and Post get on th other side even if its the unrighteous side To say the least its unfortunate that these heralders of new and bearers of tidings should so dispise one another as to take op ppsite sides even to the distorting of figures and the juggling of facts However it must be admitted that the Herald and Post both agrecd with the CourierJournal that San Francisco had an earth quake An announcement comes fro Philadelphia t that a successful has been performed for rascality It is claimed that by removing certain bone pressure from the brain a thief is made a honest as the days are long We are sorry however to announce that an operation on a politician Jias proven unsuccessful itA HICSCORYSHIRT COUNTRYJAKE Boy dont become disheart ened ecause circumstances seem ohverobbed you ofop portunity Dont become disll courag jd t because poverty has closed the college door to you a Thenwho made history in this counts who made this the grand est of the nations of the earth Were when boys largely of that class v ho didnt hayTa chance jn lifer The boy who gathers the bo iquets on commencement day tl rown to jimby the guls he had bought candy or just after he ha i dramatically spoken of Italy sunny slopes aId the grail deur o theAlps fans his torchout with t le tail of jimswinger coat while the boy today clad in his hicko y shirt andCott nodes plowing a mean mule through a stumpy Geld where there ire running vines and deep ditches plants his torch on a hill And beholanew leader hall risen and tHe world is startled by his genius The plow boythe hickory thre liking fa host of Sweet Marie =they want the trimmings a lit tIe dierentbut after a e the hI koryshirtboydustshis thebYjiways where the wildwoods bloom to look for a WOMAN Of course he alway finds one though some times the hunt is long and the days a re weary ahd the disapl point eats are many but he always finds a woMAN Maybe upon the m untainside with a wreath of wild roses about her brow hen form i ncramped by corset steels the he oia May ay sunset in her t cejust as God had lash ionedtier or maybe he finds he down in the Valley of Green anion the blooms kind the willows l She sees fin him the manhoodecopra eons stronghearted a lion in the wake of fin enemy a kind ig soul tOI aj friendand d she savsf We will go oveiUhe mountain together and look to the va ley below And the little old hutch isdec orated with dogwood blooms and wildh jneysuckles and there beneath a rude arch of cedar pret punee heart o Bill Smith the hickory shirt C3untr Jake Then through the tr cks of the Great High Sun Bill Smith and brie start upon the journey to a Western city the bodblessyous 6f des good friends ringing in their ears TIm clicks out a few ears Od mian Sam Simps who had- e bought Bill and his bride tickets to a point in Illinoy received a paperoneday across the fro wordnes Hon William IL Smith the tried fiend of the great toiling masse of Missouri unanimously nomin ited for Governor Uncl Sam p jid no attention to the ar tide fc ijowing He knew lioth ding al oulHoii William It Smith and cared less but one day a few monthslaferalette came n which were two railroa- tickets one for himself one for raneI want youand your wife to be present when Iam inaugurated Govern rof Missouri Comes and spend a month My wife is anxiou to seewyou The not was sig iedBill Smith And the only thing Uncle Sam Simps could s4was IMlbe blamed Uncle Sam and dint Sarah were prtesent rind GovBill Smith paidImore attention to Uncle Sam Simps than he did to the bctiver1 iatted grafters antl Mrs Smith v as more affable toward Aunt Sarah than she was toward thmmost pr ihinent characteristics of the greatis his or her ever efort tob grateful Thus t will be seen that the didntshave a chance in life k who was plow ing a stubborn mule througha stumpy field while other boys were malcing speeches from a college rostrum about sunny Italy and the grandeur of the Alps be came the Governor of the great Commonwealth Missouri On last Sunday Elijah Dowie worked his way into Zion City kissed His wife forgave his sonI 11shofurii fin r time is at hand NOTICE From the Board of Health All Premises Must Be Thor oughly Cleaned The heated season is fast approaching and the Board of Health calls the attention of the people of Springfield to the necessity of putting their premises in good sanitary condition It will be well to remember that Clenliness is next to Godliness If each citizen would consider it his duty to keep his premises in the proper condition our town would be more healthful and far more beautiful Lots of the time that they spend loafing could be used to a good advantage at home in cleaning up If every citizen would to make his home healthy and attractive he would ensjoy it Filth and disease are boon companions so to avoid disease you must abolish filth Anyone having a grievance will lay same before the Board of Health and toeattend to same All privy vaults must be cleaned and hog pens abolishi and any other un sanitary condition must be corrected on or before the 10th day of May Any party or parties failing to comply with this order will be proceeded against un der acts 171 to 176 in Town Ordinances JJ B RoBARDS Health Officer r NEWSY T- Letter From the Bearwallow Vi Wlr Bit of Freder icktowd News We had the pleasure of witnessing the matrimonial promises of Mr Leach man and Miss Florencp Edelen A great crowd had gathered at St Roses church one hour or more before the appointed time At 430 promptly a beautiful march of Mendehlsohns was played by Miss Katie Cain and a solo beautifully rendered by Miss Willie Knott during which thee bridal couple marched up 16 altar steps They both seemed ve y much impressed by the ceremony bnit solemnly and very distinctly pronounc d the Yey and theI will that wiis to make them man and wife Mrs Leachman is a daughter of J Polin Edelen and is one of the most popular and attractive young ladies of this con gregation and the wi hes of allwho knew her are with her Mr Leachman is one of the most energetic young busi notrnumber his friends Both have a great many relatives here and elsewhere who all predict for them a happy future life T E Ballard maj start so they say a grocery and dry f nods store at Fred rick town and extei d his trade T E mayntone most accommodating and clever store keepers I ever dealt with Charlie Marshall who waS hired for a while by S B Nally has rented the of Mr Polin Mclntire and will yeareCharlie is a good workman and Polin was lucky in secu ing his services Our telephones arc in fine order and doing good work A new line has been goodra IMonroe Cecil is nursing one of his close relatives who was sick in the city for the past ten weeks The physicians of Louiayille sent him to the country for his sp c y recovery There is very little talk around this neighborhood for or against local Ption Tine people around here take vhisky alleare sober Local option would make no difference with us It were better to preach temperance than localoption fQr it would be much more merit and it proves a mans character if he can stay sober and well behaved notwith standing the temptation around him The country around here is full of colts by Sam NaIlY sfne horserHalpy Buau The reputation is made All his colts are just jthe kind needed bony strong and compact good allea quality so important for women they are gentle His jack is known to pro vide the best animals in the neighbor Mclntifep stn will start a broom factory soona ade which he learned at the school forfhe blind in Louisville Charles and family spent Sunday in Manton SamAnderson our popular deputy sheriff was on the road last week on a i 1 r 0 ghArt Clothing INGI Famous WALKOVER Shoes New Skirts Collars LNeckwear HATS I HIGHART1 Clothing is as Good in the little things as good Iindee37 that we warrant them uncoaitionallIf anything us its correction fIThe fabrics are thoroughly tested by special processes is latest nd most approved the and Finish are as I crafts Receivedfelt VYou which ILook right when you buy them and stay right when you wear ROBER TSON business Irs Nally who was sick lately and quite dangerous is hnueh better and almost well at this writing MOORESVILLE Mr Ed Moore has moved his sawmill to Mr Tuckers Mrs Clarence Chesser was in Spring field last Monday shopping Mrs W0 Ellis and daughter Miss Nancy lrere in Springfield lust Tuesday shopping are interested in Sunday school work are requested to attend Sunday school meeting at NewHope next Monday Messrs Cooke and Cursen sold 7740 pounds of tobaccoat 7J cents per pound Local option is all the talk in this vicinity It looks like about five to one in favor of local option Mr Ham Pile and wife visited Mr and Mrs John Stevenson last Sunday Booker Sweeney is almost well mumps fI Mrs Tea Hardin is visiting her par ents Mr and Mrs W 0 Ellis this weekIMr Everett Croak is erecting ten ant house on his place Mr Lawrence Clark has the contract Mr Jus Cull Jr and family and Mr Jerome Thomas and family visited at the home of Mr Jas Cull Sr last- week Mr Lee McAndrew has returned home aftera weeks absence Farmers are busy planting corn this week Tobacco plants are scarce in some sections Mr Oliver Wilkinson is visiting in Louisville LDr father Mr Wm Shehan were in Louisville the first of the week IMrs Smith and Miss Mar garet were in Springfieldlast week Margaret and Daisy Boblitt children of Mr E S Boblitt of Springfield are visiting relatives here Mr T Di Sweeney was In Taylors ville last Monday on business Methodist Conference The district Conference of the Methodist church which was in session here three days last week was largely attended and much interest wasmanifested in the proceedings Some excellent sermons were delivered and each days service proved profitable The next meeting wilt be held at JefTersontown The Conference adopted the following resolutions RESOLUTIONS OF THANKS We as District Conference feel ourselves under obligations to return our heart Wear the New Just z workmanship i a a a L 1 To the kind people of Springfie r for their generous hospitality and Wi pledge to them our sincere prayers 2 To Rev G W Lyons for his grea kindness to us and especially for hai ing provided such good homes for usa ourprpIcient presidency over qur body and for his devotion to our Christ in all his work throughout the district 4 To Rev C H Prather our se rotary for his faithfulness in keeping snch accurate minutes of all our worn as a District Conference 5 To the ministers of sister churche with their congregations for the inter gst manifested in us and fortheir very Courteous and helpful treatment throughout our meeting 6 To our visiting brethren both of the Louisville and Kentucky Conf erenf r whose presence to us was an inspiration The above resolutions were adopted by a unanimous vote of the Conference Paducah has in its employ a man linowri as the Cow Catcher H He has police authority but his duties are to kenforce the cow ordinance It is said to be a rare thing for a va grant to be found in Russell villd Down there if a man doesnt work he doesnt stay in town They wont let him stay fiiiiiir1Ii riiiiiii1 1 WANTED My exceedingly large trade has made it necessary for me to advertise for trimmers If you have had experience in this line come in and will give you a position New Hats Stylish and uP to date Something that will be becoming to you Come In to see them n MRS WILLIAMS ri S THE SPRINfcFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 5 oQQaa Q a Qaoo0 a I Personal Notes I n 0- n Visitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up ofthe Weeks tf Personal News A n- nQQQQoa aQQao JMiss Willie Knott spent a few days m last week Mrs Hugh Noe spent Monday In Lebanon J Y Mayes has gone to Louisville to be gone several days T Scott Mayes and H B McElroy were in Lebanon Friday Mr and Mrs GJ C Whorten were in Louisville last week Miss Mary rleason was in Louis ville a few days last week Mr Theo Campbell was in Louis ville last week Dr MW Hyatt was in Bloomfield Tuesday Mrs Theo Campbell and children are visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S B Thompson of Lebanon Mrs Fred Mangett of Louisville spent Sunday with her parents Mr and MrS J W Lewis of this place rMiss Mary Haydonspent a few days in Louisville last week Mrs ic Shader was in LouisvillE the first of week Mrs Kate Williams was in Louisville last week Mr Joe Pettus was in Bardstown Monday on business Miss Mollie Dorsey has returned home from Louisuille after spending a few days with her brother who is quite sick Miss Grant Hays of Chaplin iwas here shopping Monday Mr Tommy Hamilton of Frederick town was here Sunday Nancye Simms has returned to Louisville for treatIpent for ear trouble Dr J M Burton and Mrs Will iams were in Lebanbn last week Mr B D Lake spent several days in Louisville last week Mrs MW Hyatt and two little sons are visiting her parents at Bloomfield 1 r Mr M H Jon was in New York onbusinessa Mrs E C Hunley of Lebanon was here one day last week Mrs Wathen and daughter Miss Ellen of Bardstown Junction are visit ing relatives here Mr R H McElroy and daughter MisS Louise are at Tatham Springs MrC C McChord left Thursday on a business trip to Nashville Tenn Mrs Margarit Bettis spent several days with friends in Lebanon Mrs W C McChord visited friends and relatives in Danville last week Miss Hallie Huston visited her aunt Mrs H D Stiles last week Miss Miranda Tucker has returnee home after a visit to relatives in Hus tonville Mr George Wharton was ip Bloom field Thursday on business I Rev P F Hennessy was In Bloom field last week Mrs Alfred Dahoney j f Lebanon spent Friday at the home of Mrs Smock Mrs Winchester Phillips was her one day last week Mr Will Hagan was in Lebanon last week on business Dr J H Lamptori spent a days in Louisville last week fewI Miss Gertrude Stocker of town is the guest of Miss Myrtle Pric Mrs Joe Spalding and sister Miss Margarite Shader spent several days in Louisville last week Mr and Mrs Bed F Simms were in Louisville a few days last weekr Messrs Will Reed John F Simms Walter Riedell Bob Noe and W F Booker were at Tatham Springs last week CARBONATED IN BOTTLES Mr Clem Hill and Miss Allie Rieves of Lebanon wire hero Thursday Mr Frank Lewis of Shelbyville spent several days here last week =Mr and Mrs E Carl Litsey and daughter Sarah of Lebanoon were here FridayIMiss Mollie Dorsey toILouisville by the illness er Will Mr HS Willisburg Wednesday on TowierlaSMisses and Myrt Campbell ha home after a Visit to irie in Louis ville and Jeff rsonville Mr and Mrs Lum Abe and Children Jeft this afternoon for Lebanon where they will reside Col P R Bright and H S Tiler were in Lebai jon Tuesd yIMessrs d C Cambron and C CIMcGill of Lei anon yere here Tuesday Miss Matti Lee Vannetta of ShelbyI vide is the g lest of her aunt Mrs M H Jones Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon was here Wednesday Mrs Wit ard Thompson was calledI to St Louis by the illness of herI brother Mr Gar and ui1lingQamspent Wednesday in Louisville Mr C Hagan spent Tuesday inI Louisville Mr LouisvilleIthis att races =Mrs Seb Phillips has returned toI her home in Lebanon aftera visit toI Mrs A R S ultz Messrs oWE Leachman Garland Cunningham H F and J F Simms C W Raga and McCarty endedI the races Mrs Kat Williams and Miss NoraI Bonta of Maple Hill attended the Conference hsre last week and were the guests of Mrs S H Bishop Mr and I Irs Tim Montgomery of Lebanon sper t Monday with his mother at this place Mrand Mrs G C Wharton and children were in Lebanon Sunday Messrs J A Johnson P D Marks and Walter cLaaghlin were in Bards town one day last week on business Mrs Ton Spalding and children after spe din a week at the home of her parents IT and Mrs Ben F Hay don returned to her home in Bards town The man friends of Mr and Mrs R H Shader will be sorry to learn that they ha re moved to Louisville where theyw reside Mrs CiC Howard and little daugh ter Judith ar d neice Dorothy Hans brough after a weeks visit to Mrs Howards sis er Mrs Gore returned home Monday Mr Howard spent Sunday here W A Waters Nominated f A yesterdays evening President Roosevelt has dispatchjto of W A Waters to the postmastership of Reliable Help Lancaster Record The printing offies all over the country are replacing male help withgirls nearly eVery office has from one to our girls at the cases in the places for merly occupied by boys lheereason s to get male help oU can depend upon and the further fac that it is sp much more pleasant to hav women in the office The work is tic much easier than sewing and fir o e pleasant than clerking At nville News office prettysones too by tlie way at the cases attending to the typesetting and the business was ruining along more rapid ly with less onfusion and far more pleasantly than if so m any beersoaked cigarette fiends were ii the places talk ing killing tin e and keeping the air foul with oath The jirl in thee print ing office is a t em an in tl short time the men will e fore d to learn other trades I OUR DRINKS ARE BETTER THAN OTHERS I SAY SOZOKOLREFRESHING DELICIOU SAYITI ranu blatednot adulterated like most similar drinks We don t have tdcut our quality in order to come even We buy our si rup at half the price other fellow pays for his SEE THE POINT L = 5c BRICKEN BROS COL- EBANON KY J t SOLOMON BROS LEMPERT CLOTHING 1 11 We the line and four to ever and the new also in w But your to for We for and we the sort that All the eve at A 245 acres near sold last per acre On next Rev Will will on Aggressive Christianity r If you P Dr W C at the the 12th to Fit and A ried or or come well if bars soap 25 cts at McCabes A fine belonging to Mr died last pneumonia The vis sick a few and by Dr the Optician iit the 12 for vegatables R 411 44 Ss sold a guarantee by to cure and or your will The Springfield and will 4 at the This is the first the and will be a one Admission 25c free Bill who dem you vhy I got em of that Ped dler yes I did and 200 for erii too now Bill let me tell you one fool the traveling man to he will get you well the next I I will for Dr the man who and how to at the Saturday the 12th Grundy Mdntire t and c that introduced as this The fashioned Single DoubleBreasted Coats With deep center Vests in of superior quality Fabrics in a popuIar of unusual and equal to or 25 garment at v and 918 l11FOR THE BOYS have of Suits for Boys Children from years we have carried greys are conspicuously shown PRICE rrso750we direct special attention our 350 and 500 Suits boys have studied their wants years have just of boys want correct fashion features await your inspection N Local News Notes Strawberries Friday Johnson McCabes farm of week at115 Sunday morning iams preach BRICK BRICK want brick see W Lawrence Grigsby Walton Hotel May adjust Glasses WANTS good farm hand Mari single White colored Must recommendedLUTHER BURNS Eight laundry Johnson jack Thonias OBrion week of animal only days Have your Eyes tested Glasses Fitted Grigsby Walton Hotel Saturday Maythe Dont forgetwe are headquarters freshsspring Johnson McCabe NOTICE CurcKEN RAISERS under postive your local druggist Roupe Cholera Limberneck money be t1Graded School Marys College cross bats Friday May Graded School Park game of season strong Ladies Say fitted specks have John he charged thing neber with Speck that goes from house house John time want Specks wait Grigsby tests your Eyes knows fit Glasses Walton Hotel May 4CARRIED BY Bear all the new levier features have been proper spring smarty long or various models built pure Wool shown Suits elegaricje any 20 tailor made 15 nobbiest sixteen 75CE clothes Danville refunded merit New Wash Waists 75 cents to 900v magnitudeyourself We have every desirable kind of Lawn Lingerie Japa nese Silk Lace Net and Taffeta Waists in cream white black and evening shades No matter what you pay the value will be the best Money back unsatisfied GRUNDY Mel TIRE 1IIII Springfield IIIIII Ky J 1New peas bean pineapples beets radishes kale rhubarb cucumbers tomatoes etc Friday eve at Johnson McCabes WANTED 100000 pounds of wool Will pay highest cash price W S GIBBS Willisburg Ky ImportantroticeAre your chick only keeps them healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price SOiCents at all drug stores The protracted meeting announced to begin at the Methodist church last Sun day was postponed until next Sunday Rev Mr Davis the evangelist being unable to get here sooner than next Sunday NOTICEIt is very neccessary that the estate of F M Campbell be settled as soon as possible All persons in debted tothe estate are requested to pay the same at once to the under signed t THEO C CAMPBELL Administrator of the eatate of F M NOTICE All persons holding claims againgt the estate of Sam Mason de ceased will present same properly proven up as by law rsl aired to the undersigned at his office in Springfield Ky on or before May 20 190G WD CLAY ROOKS Executor of Sam Mason deceased This April 25th 1906 PROTRACTED MEETINGOn Sunday June 17 Rev V 0 Carver professor in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminery and pastor of the New Salem Baptist church will commence a meet ing with the Springfield Baptist church 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 on the Spring field and Perryville road about one mile South East of Springfield Ky to the highest and best bidder One third cash balance two notes secured by he on said property duein 6 and 12 months Possession can be given the purchaser on day of sate W D CLAYBROOKE of Sam Mason deceased This April 25 1906 f Stallions Leg Broken Mr J R Walkers fine stallion Wa co Dare Jr backed off of a bridge in the Pleasant Run section yesterday and broke one of his hind legs At first it was thought that the animal mightI be saved but it seems now th would be impossible and Mr Walker has decided to kill the horse The horse was one among the best In the county and the loss is a heavy one Mr Walker having paid 600 for the animal Russellville boasts of being theclean est of all Kentucky towns Gold Mine INelsons Kentucky Standard The Nelson Salt Lick Gold Mining Co commenced work on their gold mine situated 28 miles from BardstoWn in Marion county yesterday morning From the assays that have been made it is thought that this mine will yield rich returns The latest im proved machinery has been placed in the mine and work will rapidly progress About forty Nelspn county peopleare- interestedin the the property as stockholders and it will doubtless be cheering news to them to know that work has begun in earnest on the mine Paris has purchased a six hundred gallon street oil sprinkler for 450 The Trades II Better Satisfied This Season Than Ever Before With our Vehicles This is due to the fact that factory prices on buggies and other vehicles have gone way up while our retail prices remain un changed It is also due to the fact that we have the completest line of uptodate and handsome vehicles ever shown in Springfield l DoYouWant aBuggy That is the question If you do we can please you in every respect Come in and see for yourself 1I GD Robertson Co 6 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 m fJw fii f 1ri j YtrI t Beverly r 0fic i a 6raU5ttlF k a i l i i i l r1 jt 1 i q i j Jrrmce Ganrlel must be a terrible ncrled Beverly her heart swelling be vih tender thoughts of the exiled Dan tax and his little sister 4You have cause tp know said he ebertJyJ andj she was perplexed until she recalled the stories Jof Gabriels misdemeanors at the court of Edel wtiss Is Prince Dantan as handsome as they say he Is she asked It is entirely a matter of opinion h replied I for one do not consider hm at all prepossessing he day went on fatlf ulng distress leg in its length and iis happenings Progress was necessarily stow the perils of ther road increasing as the liable cavalcade wound deeper and deeper into the wilderness There were fatledaJeng w pdlne so hazardous that Beverly foddered as It In chill Aunt Fanny slipt serenely most of the time and Baldos took to dreaming with hJs eyes wide open Contrary to her expecta t1ns the Axphainlans did not appear If there were robbers in the hills thjey thought better than to attack the valorous looking party It dawned upon her finally that the Axphainlans wfere guarding the upper route and not tins one over which she was traveling Y tive doubtless was approaching Gan look over the northern pass provided tl enemy had not been encountered before Labbot was reached Beverly soon found herself fearing for the safety of the princess a fear which at lact became almost unendurable Near nightfall they came upon three tU8tk shepherds and learned that not be reached before the next afternoon The tired hungry t fivelers spent the night In a snug little valley through which a rivulet bounded onward to the river below- e i supper was a scant one the fora grs having poor luck in the hunt for fjiod Daybreak sax them on their day once more Hunger and dread hltd worn down Beverlys supply of gtod spirits she was having difficulty i keeping the haggard distressed look from her face Her tender pefu- lees were not so bold or so merry as cii the day before cheerfulness cost lec an effort but she managed to keep It fairly alive Her escort wretched jrad hqlf Starred nevjEr forgot the dot erence dud to their Charge but strode steadily on with the doggedness of martyrs At times she was impelled to disclose her true identity but discre tion told her that deception was her best safeguard Late in the afternoon of the second day the front axle of the coach snapped In two and a tedious delay of two hours ensued Baldos was strangely si lent and subdued It was not until the misfortune came that Beverly observ ed the flushed condition of his face Involuntarily and with the compassion of a true woman she touched his ban and brow They were burning hot The wounded man was in a high fever He laughed at her fears and scoffed a the prospect of blood poisoning and th hundred other possibilities that sug gested themselves to her anxious brain We are close to Ganlook he said with the setting of the sun Soon you may be relieved of your tiresome cheerless company your highness You are going to a physician sh said resolutely alive and active once more now that the worst part of the journey was coming to an end Tell that man to drive Ina gallop all the rest of the way CHAPTER VII this time they were passin- the queer little huts that mark In1Y ed the outskirts of a habitable community These were the homes of shepherds hunters and oth ers whose vocations related especial ly to the mountatns Farther on the thwerehomed became more numerous au more pretentious in appearance rock lined gorge broadened Into a fe tile valley the road was smooth and level a condition which afforded relief to the travelers Ravone had once more dressed the wounds inflicted by the lion but he was unable to provide anything to subdue the fever Baldos was undeniably Ill Beverly betweo- exclamationsher of Joy and relief a being in sight of Ganlook was profuse in herr expressions of concern for the Hero of the Hawk and Raven Tb feverish gleam in his dark eyes and the pain that marked pie face touched her deeply Suffering softened his lean sun bdpwned1 features obliterating tho mocking lines that had Impressed her so unfavorably at the outset She w saying to herself that ho was hand some after a most unusual cast it wan unto ttabre face i Your highness he said earnestly after she had looked long and anxious wiib Jnan our of k before we reach the gates I knd w but Y09rbiVe nothing to fear during the s trip Franz shah drive iou to the ntri post and tuqi over the horses to your own men My friends and I must leave you at th endot the mountain road We are RidIm oustshe criedulll not t permit iif You must jgojo a hospital l wir n1i u k By i f gi 6EOR BARR JIMGrHEON r Author f Gnutuk t 1Ililt Itt fiftr l1 Gory 6r il= Jft If I outer fist nn100k gates Its the same as entering the gates of death he protested Nonsense You have a fever or you wouldnt talk Ifker hat I can promise you absolute secur ty1 You do not un erstand your highness i Nevertheless y m are going to n hospital she flrralr said You would die out here In the wilds so what areI the odds either who Aunt Fanny wU you be careful D nt you know thatI the least movement of those bags hurts him 1IPlease do not n ind me your high ness I am donsr Well he said smiling The coach broug t up Iti front of a roadside inn Whll j someJot the men ere watering the guth efed about Its open Hvlhdpw A cpn Aunt Fanny tent you M careful versatlon in a tongue utterly incompr- hensible to Beverly took place between Baldos and his followers The latter seemed to be disturbed about something and there was no mistaking th solicitous air with tihlch they regard princeswass then broke into the c iscussion Whit do they wa t she demand ed In English are asking for instructions he answered Instruct them to oas I bid sh said Tell them to hurry a ong and get you a doctor that s all Evidently his frle ds were of the same opinion for af te a long harangue In which he was obdurate to the last they left the carriaj e and he san back with a groan of lejectfon What Is It she a ixlously demanded They also Insist th it r shall go to a eyeds were c gaze She was ful of exultation They have advised i le to put myself findere your protection shameless as that ratty seem to a m in You and you alone have the power to protect me If I pass beyond the wa Is of Ganlook un she cried all a utter I could not thrust ny head into the Jaws of death unless the princess of Graustark were then to stay their toern aside the Inevitable 1las I am helpless and know not wh it to do Beverly Calhoun sat very straight and Bl14RAftertQ protect lijin fe vras pot the prin cess and sue had ab olutely no Influ flierge e Ignorant men of tile hills If she led him Into the city It was decidedly prob able that she might be taking him to his death She could otilylpetltloun of command Once atTetiv8 side jshe thaiedn t was mJm n k therOn tile other hand if he went back to till hills he was likely to die of tne pol on ous fever Beverly W is in a most un happy state of mind f she confessed to him that she was IOt the prlntesa s gatesn or- t Ganlook and be perte fly JusUUel in doing soIat clast a silver rushing over her rand leaving her cold with d encl You are the only h pe your high asses You had better my farewell to Baldos and let Him j gain seek th friendly valley said h wearily IWe ascan go no farther Th soldiers must be near your highness It merino cap natore If we go on I cat not exposqmy friends to the dangers Let me ha put down here and do yo i drive on to safety Tshall fare mt ch better than you think for I am yo ng and strong and No Ill risk Itl sh cried You must go Into the city Tell theni so and ay that J wlHjprote ityou witL my pwnjlfo and honor Fever made him submissive Here eyes gave him conflden e Her Voice soothed his fears he p sensed them Leaning from the win ow he called his men together Bev rly looked o Ifl woritlcr a9 uses strange men nade farewell to their leader Many of them here weeping and most of them kissed his hand There were brpken sen fences tear choked promiseS anxious inquiries and the parting was over Where are they going Beverly whisperer as they movetj away In the dusk flack into the mountains to starve poor fellcfws God be kind to them God be gded to them he half sobbed his chin dropping to his breast He thus trembling like a leaf Starve she whispered Have they no moueyt We are penniless came In muffled tones from tie stricken leader Beverly leaned from the window amIr called to the departing ones Ravone and one other reluctantly approached Without a word she opened a small traveling bag and drew forth a heavy purse This she pressed Into the hundI of the student It was filled With Graustark gavvos for which she had exchanged American gold in Russia God be with you she fervently cried He kissed her hand and the two stood aside to let the coach roll on into the dusky shadows that sep orated them from the gates of Gan look old Franz still driving the only one of the company heft to serv his leader to the very end Well wcihave left themmuttered Baldos as though to himself I may never see them again never see them again And how true they have been- I shall send for them the moment I get to Gaulook and Ill promise par dons for them all she cried rashly In her compassion No he exclaimed are theirshould starve Beverly was sufficiently subdued As they drew nearer the city gates her heart began to full her This man life was In her weak Incapable hands and the time was nearing when she must stand between him and disaster Where are these vaunted soldiers of InfiniteIronyMy soldiers she said faintly Isnt It rather unusual that in tin e of trouble and uncertaintY we should be able to approach within a mile of bne of your most important cities with outSiven sp iniich ad seeingla soldU r of Graustark She felt that be was scoffing but it mattered little to her It Is a bit odd Isnt it she agree Worse than that your highnes- sI shall speak to Dangloss about It she said serenely and he looked up jh new surprlfte Truly she was an ex princesseFully threequarters of an hour pas ed before the coach was checked Bev erly looking from the windows ha cottagegrowing closer and closer togethe The barking of roadside dogs was t only sound that could be heard abovs the rattle of the wheels It was to darns inside the coach to see the fat j of the man besldfc her but sotlCthln- told her that he was staring intentlr into the night alert and anxious Th i swoopeedown upon her like an avalanche a she thouglit of what the next few mlt utes were to bring forth It was th sudden stopping of the conch and th sharp commands from the outside that Shkcould no longer speculate it was hlgb time to act The outpost came from Baldos In strained tones r- Perlnps they wont know usyou I rUhe replied bitterly What a horrid old busybody he the started to say but thought better 3flt A couple of lanterns flashed at th window almost Minding her Aunt Fanny groaned audibly but the figure tf Baldos seemed to stiffen with de lance Uniformed men peered into the interoir with more rudeness and curl slty than seemed respectful to a prln ess to say the least They saw n pret tr pleading face with wide gray eye tad parted lips but they did not bow n humble submission 1Us Baldos had expected One of the men evidently Jn rommnnd addressed Beverly in rough tut polite tones It was a question hut he asked she knew but the could lot answer him for she could not un lerstaud him What do you want she put in Suglish with a creditable display of IlgnltyHe does not speak English your airiness volunteered Baldos In 7oice so well disguised that It startle- t aer The officer was staring blankly at let Every officer In my army should mil must learn to speak English she told at her wits end 1 decline to questioned by the fellow Will yo talk to him In my stead I your highness he cried lp dis may Yes Tell him who we are and ask where the hospital Is she murmured sinking buck with the all of a queen but With the Inward feeling that all was lost But I dont speak your lansuage- c well he protested You speak It beautifully shcl said Bnhloa leaned forward painfully and spoke to the officer Inithe Graustark tongue Dont you know your princess he demanded a trifle harshly The than s eyes flew wide open In an Install and his Jaw dropped The the princess he gasped Dont stare like tha sic Direct us to the main gate at once or you wl have cause to regret your slowness But the princess was is coming by the northern pass mumbled the man The guard has gone out to meet and Baldoa cut him off shortly wi the Information that the princess a- snhe could seet had come by the lower Dr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENT0CKY or to Dental work atreasonableprices All work guaranteed Office over Hayden Barber r Dr JM Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teetft Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagen Block up stairs B 0 LAKE t Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massaclinsetts Mutual always rel1 bl and the best ividtnd paying company in the world You Insurance solicited Drs RoBards Hyatt Offite cjyer McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY sOFFICE 7 to 9 m m HOURS j 4to8p DR Jn HAMPTON DR J C MUDD LAMPTON MUDDY I SPRINGfIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J DOSS Office Hours 12 M to 2 p M 1 Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hogan lockUp stairs t Phones Residence 71 office 97 C t MISS ELLA ADAMSU NURSE fi JTtELEPHONESi r 1091eT SCOTT MAYES ATTYATIJAW Springfieldj Ky t in the codrta of Washington 1and adjoining counties in the Court of Appeals Federal Courts C C Mc5HORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts W D CLA YIROPKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts ot Ap peals SELECMANe Will practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in court of Appeals sMARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky 1Office in Robertson Building Willpractice m the Courts of Vash ington and adjoining counties and inthe Court of Appeals L S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER KydCrying of public sales a specialty Will o anywhere Terms reason able Phone 84 OOOOOOOOQOOOOOCX uMISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE II Phones Day 89 Night 106 OOOOCXXXXXXXX5POOOOOOOOOOOO = OOOOOOOOOOOOCXXX C M Tuinoy TriTUAIEY RILEY I LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE- s Springfield Ky INice Outfits For Traveling Men 15th WASHINGTON COUNTY BUSINESS DIRECTORYHONE when yon want to have a Job of work 4 done have It dono at home If you go away from home to buy or It yon go away from home to here work done nine times out of ten you hurt yourseU worse than you do the home merchant tho homOineclmnia At home the merchant knows you and will not misrepresent his Roods you Lo has known you for years hot your friend he doesnt want to cheat you he doesnt want our money for nothing If you have over bought anything tram a mailorder house doubtlesq you can remember of having received different treatment Their propositions loob nice in print but dont come up Pay your money out at home and it may comeback BOmtfollowing businesses conducted in Springfield and Washington connty by honest and honor men When you wuui to make a purchase look over this list and select your store You will be tickled when you compare your purchase with that of the man who bought from the igmailorderhouse HAYDON BARBER Dealers In Groceries Hard ware Harness Etc HAGAN BROTHERS Dealers In coteries Queensware Glassware Etc George B Taylor General Repair Shop Umbrella Recovering a Specialty T Irvine McElroy IneFancy Groceries and Produce Conrad Hertlein Baker and Confectioner The Best Meals Served Red Cross Drug Store Drugs Stationary and Toilet Articles Prescriptions A Specialty C J Haydon Druggist and Pharmacist Paints Oils Varnish Toilet Articles Railroad + 1 TrainsSunYonl T 825P 735 v a 5 2 650 V 7 1 Trains k No 42 Springfield 545 pm 1THE SUN Both pa pens Bryans 175 Weekly Course 150 Louisville Weekly American 175IWeekly Atlanta Constitution SemiWeekly St Louis St Louis Globe Democrat York World Home and Farm 125 American 175 American American Breeders Country 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and 175 of ReviewsLip r 400 2 Ledger Monthly 2 Weekly Sunny South 1- 50YOUNEEDIT I I OOOOOOOOOOO SALVES CURES Salve manufactured by Dr W Hodgenville Ky one of of the very few which cures piles As evidence of its won derful curative properties Dr now on file his office 0tvltt3oYyear This a new salve having on about one year and the come as a result of the of boxes For Sale By All Druggists I J THOMAS Hodgenville Ky 6000000 r t 1ONIn Jas J Store Will draw Deed and lAll ot pension business beep in the business tor thirt fire years THOS Graves ROBERTSON BROS Dealers In Goods Clo li Etc IfHaranIDealer In Groceries VegetablesIce Beer I WeE Leachman In Furniture Carpets Musical Instruments I JamesiGraves Watchmaker and Jeweler Repairing Done on Short Notice Grundy Claybrooke Melntiref dealers In Dry Goods Boots and Shoes McElroy Shultz Dealers In Hardware Tinware Stoves M Russell Jeweler Fine line Watches Clocks Etc L and N Time Table Incoming Y Daily No 43 No Daily No 41 Arrives at Springfield m1240 p m 705p m Arrives at Bardstown t 1100 m Arrives at Junctn 930H 502u ILeaves Louisville 600 0H 410U Outgoing LDaily only r No Daily fRLeaves 525 ak 715a m 120 P m Leaves Bardstown 617 800 220 Leaves Bardstown Junctn 703n 845 410 Arrives at Louisville f 935 p m AND yr Commoner o Journal Weekly Herald 125 Cincinnati r Republic SemiWeekly 175 ThriceaWeek New 175 Agriculturist Epitdmist 150 Farmer 150 Gazette 225 Gentleman Fireside Review 325 2 incotts Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine 175 Harpers Magazine 435 S Harpers 435 0 = Youneedit J Thomas is salves absolutely an Thomas has in 1426 tests is been the market 1426 testimonials G sale 2646 DR W 0000000000000000000 Graves Jewelry Contracts kinds a specialty Have J Shoes Etc Dealer Clothing i Etc Ed Silverware Bardstown Suny 90 44 755 ttti t1 aooo tt riOO ti t 0 LTHE t Chaplin Water j n Power Roller Mills MAKES THE r IlEST FLOUR t THE BEST MEAL 0oDoIn Springfield and mapy other sections of Washington county our brands are sold Buy them arid get THE BEST D SUTHERLAND CHAPLIN KY n aa QQQQQQ ii QQQ 6oaoooaaaaooa ftTHE FIRST fiOF a SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY M CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Profits25ooo OFFICERSy 0- a B t President John W Lewis VlcePreslden 0- D A a McElroy Cashier L B Cain As Cashier 0R E Foster Bookkeeper F DIRECTORS B L Litsey J W Lewis DSidno Green F M Camp ell aH 31 Grand Q Jno Q Polln 0 We grant every favor consu tent o with safe banking If you dye not sires y an account with this a bank we invite your patrona e i a opQaaaaa OO USB MARKS ftTtx CINCINNATI BootsShoesRub rs Cist LeastWflr lestj Salesman B C BOOQ5 Daily Her laf t AND SUN 1210 I TilE SPRINGFIELD SIN WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1906 r k d + i I HAVJ A I Bougtjiloon inches of space from The Springfield Sun to be used i during the year to advertise my Real Estateiand Insurance business levant to advertise for you FjREE OF CHARGEyour rm your House and your BUSINESSin fact anything you wantftq set I have Lrs Z a few farms to offer this week but these as you will abserve do not near fill up my space Remember the w fitwhite space BELOW IS YOURS goodlandtclose to school house and church Price 40 per acre t 370 acres 6 miles from Springfield goodI TV 4i tobacco barn plenty tobacco land good water clos to school itand church Price 40 per acre th01lse 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow per acre iiitIVtNo 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfeiced WI farm tobacco land Seven miles from town fit No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling rn Price 2O No 9G5 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber L1i 9 twohauses one barn that will hold ten acres of tob l fenced W No t0108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good tV goodlarge t3760 acre tWt vjvwateredt No1iThe most desirable house in Springfield Well located 13A nicecodga Jin Springfield Good barn with acre of + titgroupd Cheap J wNo 14150 acres seven miles from Springfield on good pike jr 11WNo 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn stable well fenced good orchard well watered 5 acres fine tobacco 4 lapd most of farm in good state of cultivation 3J miles from Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre W No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good hike one 7 +room dwelling barn in good repair 1 god stock barn 80 acres in bluegrass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 +No Y733 acres new two story six room dwelling barn two good wells an everlasting spring well fenced all in grass fine W tobacco land fine young orchard Price 3000 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one gcod six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from d t one mile rom school itt axd church good stock barn Alloutbuildings 60 ares bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 t 4i No 192751acres 76 acres good timber two story nine + dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacc two robmtcow house two tenant houses two good well tine young orchard all kinds cf arg e a d small i e carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 jSpringS other pieces of town property If you want a home In +Ive got it at any price y Lake s f j B D n Springfield Ii- tZ BEVERLY OF sGRAVSTARK By GEORfX BARR MCUTCHEON Author ef Gravitrk t LCopyright JNU hv Dodd Mead and Company pass ana tnuc bile was euger to reach a resting pla eat oncp The convlnc big 10IC9ttbe speaker and the regal indifference of the lady hud full effect upon the officer who hud never seen her highness He fell buck with u deep obeisance and gave a few bewildered commands to his men The coach moved opattended by a party of foot soldiers breathed her first sigh of relief J You did it beautifully she whis pered toBnldos and lid was considj erably puzzled by the ardor of her praise Where are we going note t she asked Into the city your highness he an ewered It was beginning to lawn upon him that sho was lnnmzlngly Ig nordnt and Inconsequential for one who enjoyed the right to command these common soldiers Her old trep idation tyrlef au awer Somethinggjtold her thathe was beginnIng to mistrust her at last AftJ er nil It meant everything to him little to her When the coach halted before the t cify gates she was in a dire state of unhappiness Iu the darkness Bhej could feel the reproachful eyes of Au tantsy searching for her nban x doped conscience InoanIlooka tion seizing her She would lay the whole matter before the great chief of pollee and trust to fortune Her hand Sfell impulsively upon his and to her mazement It was as cold as ISO bptlli tub matter she cried In f You trusted me in the wilds your ighness he said tensely I am trust Ing you now Before she could reply the officer in charge of the Gaiflodk gates appeared at the coach window There were lights on all sides Tier betrt sank like lendIF would ea JJtI J she 4D the rates un 4 rccogDlzedI tIII must see Baron angloss at once cried In English utterly disdaining ber instructions to Baldos J The baron Is engaged at pfjent and can see no one responded the goad looking young officer irf broken English S i Where is heshe demanded nervously lIe Is at the house of Colonel Goaz the commandant What Is your busi ness with him It Is with him and riot with you sirahe said Iriipprlous oncei more Conduct me to him Immediately You cannot enter the gates unless you Insolence exclaimed Baldos 118 this the way sir In which you address the princess Make way for her ofhleerkd peculiar sni lo overspread his face He had serviil three years In the castle guards ut Edehvolssl There was ti long pnuqe trn l lisas fr for Beverly Yes glfwith Is Justus well that we to Baron Dongloss he lrtt last The dqep meaning In bigy4 apiwalcdonlx to the unhappy girl There shall be no further delay your highness he added mockingly A moment later the gates Hwung open anil they psissod through Beverly njoneltiiew that they underheifvyThe man knew he to be an Impostor and was doing only hits duty There were smile of derision on the faces of the sold er when Beverly swept proudly between the flies unrt up the steps leadl ig to the common dauts door hut thrre were no audljjh remarks Hallos followed wnlking pilnfully b jt deflaAtly and Aunt Fan ny came lat wltli Jm hand hag the guards grtmied lire idly tlie corpulent negress wad led up the 8tejs The young officer at d two men entered the door with thc w ivfurers wlyi were 6rdereJ to halt In tl o hallWny Wlll your hlghue s come with me said the ofllcer set inilng to tim hap after a short absence There wax un mistakable derision In his voice and palpable insolence his manner Bev Danglossiswltli a smile Ne ve theless he shrank a hit beneath thold gleam In the eyes of the lihpostoi Yoii will reuiuik here she salk turning to Baldos and the negress And you will have nothing whatever to say to this very Important young tuna The Important young moan actually ehuckJcime your most rpyal high ness he said preceding her through LSo Vjlrou arc Hfiss Bcverlu Calhoun of Washlnytoii tlie door that Qpeiled Into the office of the commandant Baldos glared after tIm In angry amazement Young man some clay nud soon you will be a much wiser soltllerand- tin the ranks said Beverly hotly The smile iiistailtly receded from the luo lent fellows face for there was a world of prophecy In the way she said it Somelw he tvas4in a much more respectful humor when he returneil to tlll hall rtnti stood In the presence of the tall flushed stranger with the rag ged uniform r A short fierce little mania the plc turekciue unlfonn of a Gratistark officer 4 rose as Beverly entered the office His short henna bristled us though it wer concealing n smile but his man ner was polite even deferential Silo advanced fearlessly toward him a herlfaceIII lare say you know I am not the ss she said composedly Every vestige of tear was gone now that she hud reached the line of battle The dougljty baron looked somewhat sur prise4 at this frank way of opening an interview y I nui quite well aware of it he said politely They say you know every one Bar on Dangloss she boldly said Pray who ItThe thela eyebrdw8 contracting ever so slightly There vas a shameless streak of dust across her cheek but there was also a dimple there that appealed to the grim old man His eyes twinkled as he replied wth flue obsequiousness You are Miss Beverly Calhoun of Washington CHAPTER IX eyes showed her its Baron Dangloss IBTEItLYS placed a chair for her to be seated We were expecting you Miss Cal jhouu he explained Her royal highness left St Petersburg hut a few mars after your departure having unfortunately missed you You dont mean to say that the hriucess tried to find me In St Peters urg cried Beverly In wonder and Delight That was oiie of the purposes other fislt said he brusquely Oh how Jolly cried she her gray j yes sparkling The grim iold captain fractionkittug the fresh eager face of the visitor thetmplesKlounatters of importance he said with u condescending smile And It really was of no iuiportauce at all thats what you mean She- tmlledotiaCltSCcUrelY berj high ness o your presence iiuSt eters burg head no sooner arrived than she so forth to meet oln tint city much against time advice of her coun telors I will adtmit that she had other business there In t It could have wait ed You see MI is Calhoun It vas a great risk ut this particular time Mis fortune means ILsaster now But Providence was icr friend Stie nr rived Hifely In t nnlook not nu hour since Really Oh Baron Dangloss where is she excitedly cried the American girl For the night she is stopping with the Countess llnllowltz A force of men but iot ttose whom you met at the gates just been dispatched at her command to search for ron In the lower puss You took the most dangerous road Mss Calhoun and lIun amazed that you came through In safety The Russians chose the lower pass I knot not why Of course i was quite Ignorant However we met neither brigands nor soldiers Axpbiiln or Graustark I encountered nothing more alarniijy than a mountain lion And that Baron Dangloss recalls me to the sense of u duty I have been neg IccUng A poor wanderer In the hills defended me against the beast and was badly wouhilecU He must be taken ton hospital at once sir where he may have thfv proper care Whereupon at his request she hurriedly story of trying ju ne the Inountulns not rClllhdlihSorg tile courage of Bal dos In colors The chief was deeply Interested In the story of tlie goat hunter afld his party There was au oddKleam of rsatisfactlon In his ft eyes nut sue cud not oosene It You will see that he hays Innnfcdiate attention wont on1sl1e Implored in the end Ile 1IGtll tutu Ur deepest coiisider ation promised Inr YoU know I ain rather Interested be causes I shot him just as If It were not enough that his legs were being torn by the brute at the time He ought not to walk Baron Dangloss If you dont nilncl Id suggest an uln bUlnn e she hurried on glibly He could not conceal the smile that her eager ess Inspired Really he Is in k seri us condition I think Jie needs some lulnine and whisky too amid lie shall have tIle best of care In terrupted the captain Leave him to net Miss Callioun Now let me tell you something said she after due reflection You oust not pay any attention to what he lays He is liable to be delirioUs nod alk In a terrible sort of ways You now delirious people never talk ra tonally She wits loyally trying to roteet Baldos the hunted against iny incritninatlhg statements he might make Quite right Mips Calhoun said the aron very gravely And now Id like to go to the priu CBstosuld Beverly absolutely sure of ersef You know we arc great friends she and II have sent a messenger to announce j our arrival She will expect you Beverly looked about the room In per lexlty But there has been no messenger ere she said 1IIe left here some minutes before you ciime I know who it was thutcqlue knocking tour gates even though she t uvelccl as Princess Yetlve of Grau s ark And oh that reminds me Baron I augloss Baltics still believes motto I e time princess Is It necessary tot tell him the truth about me Tust a present I mean Im sure hell rest n uch easier if he cjoesnt know dif f irenliy So far as I am concerned Miss Cal hun he shall always regard you ds a q icon said Daugloss gullnntlyIt Thank you Its very nice of you iA man in uniform entered after knocking at the door of the room He saluted his superior and uttered a few words In his own language yoSu at the home of the countess Miss Cal hpun A detail t f men will escort you and your jervant to her place Now please Baron pangldss l pleaded Beverly at the door be nice to him You know it hurts him to walk Cant you have him curried in If he will consent said he quietly Beverly hurried into time yutroom hepICyerforgotanxiously Its all right she sttlQ in low tones pausing for a moment Jbesldc his chair Do it get up Goodby Ill come ee o you tomorrow Dont be in the least disturbed Baron Dangl6ss has tils instructions Impulsively giving tilin her hand which he respectfully wised to fits lips she followed Aun Fanny and was gone l Almost immediately Baldos was ro quested to present himself before Bar u Dangloss in the adjoining room Refusing to be carried Iu he resolutely strode through the door and stood before the grim old captain of police an easy confident smile on his face The black patch once more covered his eye with defiant assertiveness They tell me you are JBalcloSa goat hunter said Baron Danglos eying him keenly you there hurt In defending one orau1stuthen Ire sunk into a chulr While ad mitting that you have done Graustark a great service I am obliged to tell you that I at least ktiow you to other e than what you say You nre not a goat hunter and Baldos is not your name Am I ndt right You have had instructions frbin your sovereign Baron Dangloss Did they Include a command to cross pies tiou me asked Bkldos haughtily Dungloss hesitated for a full minute They did uot I take the liberty of inquiring on my own responslb llty Very well sir Until you lave right to question me I um Bal os und a gout hunter I think I am herb to re ceive surgical treatment You decline to tell me itnythlrig con cerning yjwfsolf Only tint I nni injured and need t re llcfPerhaps know more about you thou you suspect sir L t In the least interested 4Batumi In what you know The princess brought me into Guulook und I have her promise of and protc tlliI have ny I im plicit faith In her word sflencelorknew what was going on in tl at- ihrcwd speculative mind At length te arose and approached the proud fellow in rugs You have earned every consldcra lion at our hands Mj men will take you to the hospital wind you shall hive the best of care You have served our princess well Tomorrow you pray feel inclined to talk more freely with me for I am your friend Baldos- I um grateful for tint Baron pan gloss said the other simply Then he was led away and a comfortable cot iu the Gaulook hospital soon held his long feverish frame while capable hands took cure of his wounds He did not know it but two fully armed soldiers maintained a careful guard outside his door utmdera Instructions from the head of the police Moreover YKa u picked cietnn or men sniiiea term into the lower puss in search of the goat Inmters followers In the meantime Beverly was conducted to the homo of the CQlmtess Itallotr tz erprincess was must affectionate There were tears laughter und kisses The whole utiuoephyre of the place sug Bested romance to the eager Vmerleuui girl D6wiistuirs Jwcre the royal guards In the halls were Jittdidants All about were maidservants and ob sedulous idckvy ctowdlng the home of the kindly count s Lvt last corn Portable and free fjomt the dust ofj travel the two frleiiUs sat dcvn to a yilalnty mdal 41 I Oh I fam so tlelilhted mtdirmured Beverly for the thntjIIIm aPImlhd vvlfen f think of the dangers you incurred In coming to me No one but n very foolish American girl could have undertaken such a trip as this Dour lime Beverly I should have died if Anything dreadful had happened to yati Why did your do ft questioned the princess And tlien they laughed Joyously And yotf went nil the way to St PetersbiMgio ineet mo you dear dear Yetlve It crieci Beverly fcp warmly that tile attentive servant forgot his mask 4of reference f T Wasnt It ridiculoUH of me I now Gre would have fork dden lt1f he had beets in Edelweiss when I started Andmore shame to me the poor fel JovUs doubtless at the conference with Dansbergdn utterly ignorant of my escapade You should have beard the ministryernh Ad the princess wordIIYes They objected violently And do you know I was finally compelled to Issue n private edict to restrain them from sending gin appeal to Gren JaIl away ff there on the frothier Whether or ho my uncle Insisted that lie should be brought home n three days Journcjy in order that he might keep me froth going to St Petei burg Of course they could ndt disobey my edict and so poor Gren Is none the wiser unless he has returned from the conference If he has I am sure he is on the way to Ganlook at this very minute What n whimsical ruler you are cried Beverly Upsetting everything sensible just to rush off hundreds of vmllna to meet me And Axnhnln Is trying to citpture you too Goodness you insist love rite t Oh but I did havejoitriflibg afifair of state to lay before the czar pay dear Tomorrow we shall be safe and sound In the castle and it will all be very much worth while You see Bev city dear even princesses enjoy u di version now and theu One wouldnt think anything of this adventure In the United States it is the environment that makes It noticeable Besides traveled as a princess How hid you like it lUtd then the conversation related royaltydisadvantages as regarded front an other For a long time Beverly had been wondering how she should pro absolutetclemency for Baklgs As yet she had said nothing toiYeUfeof herptomljc to him juade was ra prin cessiJAt nn j rate Tam sure the goat hunters would not have been so faithful i iud true if They fInd not believed me to- Ibe a princess said Beverly paving the wayYou linvehta man in your chicaltrous j flilt he Is that kind of a than he would treat anz mo mantas gentlyii f You shrf ld hitve beard hlju call me fhvlllI jletciyed hlui1 fOh I think tic deceived himself spoke lctlvc easily Besldp you look rts much Hkc a princess as I There Is something I want to speak very seriously about to you Yetlve said Beverly making ready for the cast You see he did not want to enter Gnnlook with me but I Insisted ndlgulantrnndlJehave bcteu crlrhlnnlln tne to teuJeibfml out there In the wilderness wouldnt it It would have been heartless So I just made him come along That was right wasnt It Thats what you would have done no matter who he was or what his objections might have been Well you see Its this way Yetlve lIe Is some sort of u fu pltlve not a criminal you know but Just sonic one they lire hunting for I dont know why Hei wouldnt tell me That was perfectly right If he felt that way wasnt ItAnd he bud fought a lion In your ilefense3 supplemented Yetlvd with a tjchoolgijlfs ardor f And I had shot him In the arm loo added Beverly So of course Just had to be reasonable In order to Induce him to come with me to a hon Pita I was obliged to guarantee per fect safety to him His men wenf back to the hills all except old Franz the driver Now the trouble Is this Yetlve I am not the princess and I cannot redeem single promise I made to him lie helpless and if anything goes wrong with him he will hate me forever No ho will hate inef Tor I am the princess and he is none the wiser weekIElectric cars began running last Friday between Paris and Georgetown via Lexington without change Alex Rose farmer near Lee City Wolfe county sold the timber on fi farm for 10000 cash reserving chest nut slid locust trees k llappyBeaii 1495 Tt i 1 This fine Saddle and Harness Stallion mytabletoWn pike three miles from Frederick frimSprinI10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT serVcefceGfl8takenjHappyBeau Bfummel 800 of Kenmore Grad yHappyarHaja5 3 inches weight 1050 goes yblueJRdactionhandleinStockman are earnestly invltedlto call at my farm to see wbnyonteethemare as fancy two yarolds as theretare in the county Over 15 hands irAlso1 afcthe same time and place Lftrill stand my fine mule Jacki L WEYj by Gladstone dma by Gov Woods at Sl Conditions same as iven above fhafirstclassMares or jennets for 2jper monthiS B iY AIL- YWACQIAREt Jg NO 1162 in VOL 3 N S H R L st 4rarti sn rsw vsefer r 4J One that is not untried but a fine nd ameDgtheWCO pare J will m e the SCMOll rmoorit 510 f to Insurer Living Colt Waco Dare is a handsome saddle ymn3 harness horse sjylislvperfecbin form and action fine mane and tail J5f Hand high beautiful dark bay 1 PEDIGREESired by Waco 1027 by Chester Dare 10 Black 74IbyKing64 Old Bloc Detm k he istfby Star Denmark ImpHedgefordLexington byfabblesfirst dam by Fairfax mond Denmark 68 by Jonesdenmark HedgefQrdNanbyMajorhinder by BrOwns thud dam Mc onald by Scd tsiBighIa nder byBrownsbyScottssyhlth ffi de in a wo upon un- ve vs that like begets like J R WALK ER MrS D JD Smithy of near Newcastle has a chick but two weeks old which has forsaken its mother and goes to roost with the old chickens and the neighbors say it is remarkable Grip QiikWy Knocked O a Some Weeks ago during the severe winter weather both my wife and my self contracted severe colds which speedl- ily developed into the worst kind of Ut grl pewitball its miserable mptoms LandingIowacles sore head stopped ote and noso runnipg with altornata spell oC slagChamberlainsihe same with a double dose ofChitislt Tabletssuse soon VerTdealerM v4 T THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAy MAY 2 1906 w 00 I MIWNERY- s I 1 I L 4 OPNIOnSATURDAYMAY5 THE ENTERPRISE TOfE I On the above date we will have on display one of the handsomest lines of millinery ever shown in Washington County The latest 1 stylesthe lowest prices Dont tail to attend this opening You will find something to suit 9 you i FIPURDOM 0TEXAS KENTUCKY 18 11 T I BUGGIES HARNES I HARDWAR I But its buggies that we want to say a few words about We just merely want to invite yru in to see the handsomest line ever brought to Spring eld At Prices tow enough to astonish the trade We have a complete line of all kinds of vehicles t tIH llARNESCheap or Fine Farm or Buggy Harness w can supply your wants at satisfactory prices WELLS BROTHERS Ii T is certain to present itself When it does say thc words youve longed for so long to say At the same time present the beautiful young lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it a Jr r If SUISCI1IERS FREE COLUMN J B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale lijoung Duroc boar thoroughbred Mrs J S McElroy Springfield has for sale single comD Black Manorco aggsJJ60e a setting Wood Young R F p No3 has for sale aooa jump seat surrey Al most as good as new y frJrip r 4F i t r Aoyslt OPR HTUMI- TTSWee hearts 4 I i ItIJAS GRAVES J D Sutherland goute 3 has a sow and six pigs for sale or swap G L Brady Route 3 has a lot of rentbyWould like to buy 20 pi 30 head olyOung cattle H R Thompson Springfield has for sale two 2year QldmulesI rederickstQh x 2 ioasat baDoaaoD Oooo aoood ooada- o iiPROGRAM 0 01 Of the Closing Exercises of the Spring a field Graded c hoe lMay II Io 0- a A most interesting and elaborate program has been prepared gnexercises of the school which sill be given at the I Opera Frida evening May nA new and pleasing feat u ure of the entertainment will be the songs antI choruses to be sung o practicedrr their parts so that we g themselves credit reflect new honor on the s ool and afford the public a pleasant evening Misses Irvin andi Nunan deserve es r pecial applause for their able and untiring effortsr developing the c singers Following is the program I o ChorusOld Kentucky Home 0- I neci tionJim Bludsoe Harry Shultz Piano SoloInvitation to theraltzFraneis Martin RecitationThat r Tucker Duet Piano and ViolinHearts and Flowers Misses Nellie Simms and Louise Hayden o I RecitationTwo Little OutcastsRodman Thurman o Vocal DuetThe Songs of the Nightingale m iMisses Frances Martin and Louise Medley I KecitationTA Study in IialectIda McClure ouartet= Only a Message from Home Sweet Home d Misses Mary Hayden Lill VanArsdale and Messrs Har ry Shultz and Chris Hertlein o Recitation Peeulus Walter Clements 0 n Piano SoloLaughing WatersMiss Mary LamPtono oOCR Trio Evening Chimes 0 Misses Isa Colvin Ida McClure and Mary Hayden RecitationThe Old Minstrel Nellie Noe P Solo 4CliorusI1i be Your Hone in the Spring Time L p Will Waters and Choru- sRecitationSeeking the SlainDorothy McElroy Solo Son of the Desert am I Will Waters Q Recitation Black Horse and His RiderAllen Waters vj ChorusO Happy Days I Valedictory Does it PayJnoS McElroy Awarding Scholarships and Diplomas I- ooOooobaIaoao Qoaooci aaooIt CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO INCORPORATED Lon distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern vIllinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in qiftck and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND tlUME T D WEil Prciilclent a Oenl Manager Sec 7 8 Aaa t Genl Mgr TrelUn Suffered for Five Years with Kidney and Liver trouble I suffered for five years with kidney and liver troube1 which caused severe blindingheadacheconstipated that I could not move my bowels without a cathartic I was cured by Chamberlains Stomach and Liver Tablets and have been well now for six months says Mr Arthur S Stricklana of Chattanooga Tenn For sale by every dealer iuB ue Grass Subscribe for The Sun SlOO year How to Select Fowl See that the spurs nre short and that they Iwive not been out or pared to de celt e the buyer Theconibof n cock ibould he bright red Back legged fowls are to be preferred for roasting white leveed for boiling DizzySpelis and backaches that tired feeling absence of appetite and extreme nervousness that so frequently afflict you mean that you are bilious Biliousness is caused by a badly disordered or inactive liver Dr CaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsin acts instantly and effectively on the liver reinvigorates and strengthens it and restores it to perfect condition The remarkable virtue of this wonderful remedy has been demonstrated in thousands of instances and It will work yourwholeIts good effects are permanen- tDRCALIWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN can be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsI if it you IYour postal aid request wilt briDE by retu1l urnew booklet DR CALD YELLS BOOK OP WONDERS and tree sample ta wondettetremedy PEPSIN SYRUP CO Mcntitells Illlnt Sold by Thi Rid Cross DrugSton Springfiild Market Bjicon Hnnin 15c Bides 12Kc Bbofffax tic per pound Butter 15c to 20b per pound Chickens Hens 4 c Spring Dried apples 5c por pound Ducks per pound Corn Meal 75c to hilt per bushel EKiUk per dozen Feathers lix poppound Flour260to 1 Ginseng per pound Oraln Wliont xc corn f1O Oat HidosGreen t4c to 103S- aLard1Ocf per pound ItmoDOo to Loa per barrel Mill roducta Bran 80 shipatuff 100 pel pounds PotatocsCountry8Oc Onions Salt145 nd JL8j per barrel TurkoysIll per pound- Tnilow4c por pound VinoKar aV to doc por gallon Wool Burry and greasy 14Hc clear of gro Son tub washed Country ffarfthum to QcosoSOc a peico A Young Mother at70 CCMy mother has suddenly been made young at 70 Twenty years of intense suffering from dispepsia had entirely disabled her until six months ago when she began taking Electric Bitters which have completely cured her andrestored the strength and activity she had in the GilIifies the blood and cures Maleria Bil WonderfulIHaydon Arrested in Louisville Kentucky StandardTheodore Ha- was arrested in Louisville Tuesday o the charge of maliciously shooting Dr R M Wood of Chaplin about thre years ago and was brought to Bards town by Deputy Sheriff D J Heffernan n of Jefferson county and placed in jail The defendant isa young man and the II If I Carriage Painting By An Expert Painter Who Has Permanently Located In Springfield 11 Verr1 1 1Casey Carriage and Paint on WeSt Main Street eanddesires it announced column Of The Sunithat he is ribw prepared to WW kinds of ss carrage and WW buggy painti g at the most rea + sonable prices Satisfaction is ++guaranteed Your old buggy will imade to look new 1be Gall on Mrt Foley at the Shop 111rT Fancey Boy I Will make the season of 1906 at my stable 1 mile west of Cardwell at SucfoDESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE Fancey Boy is a beautiful Chestnut blaze face and one stocking 7years old this sp ing 161 hands high and will weigh 1100 pounds in good fleshand is everIens old Fancey Boy a very successful show horse First dam by Pete Gold dust Second Dam by Vonmoltke Wathens Fancey Boy by Carpenters Denmark First dam by Seal Second dam Pete Goldust by Longfellow Gold ust he by Zilcada Goldust Vonmoltke by Cabbies Lexington First dam by Old Bourbon At same time and place I will stand two as good mule Jacks as this country affords at 36 for a Horse Mule and 7 for a Mare Mule Money due is all cases when colt is foaled mare parted with or bred elsewhere Lien retained on all colts until season money is paid Care taken to prevent accidents and escapes but not responsible should any occur For further information call on or Icyrear sv r tiwarts Iron I Fencel Cheaper than wood Will last lifetime rIInt Mardi Welds fait IL Mc ARrhnlf CINCINNATI 0- firer IN letijuof Iroo Feici shop ti earstar j lola ftlctt will HryriM IlL Can tot ea e- Springfield Monument Co Agts slio9ting occurred near Chaplin at the scene of a crap game where several youngsters were gathered to have some fun and which resulted in the aboye named shooting Chamberlains Cough Remedy FavoritelnCoughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough- e Thlsreranlylfl famous for Its caret orer large part of the clvjllzed world It can Blwnys be depended contains no ndrutopium or other harmful and may be en as confidently to a baby oa to an adult Price 26 eta Large Size 50 eta Ben Patchen Will make the season of 1906 at the farm of Mrs R F Parrott two and a half miles from Springfield on the Mackviile pike at 10 to Insure a Living Colt PEDIGREE AND DESCRIPTION Ben Patchen is a bay horse 16 hands high is by Mambrino Boy Jr 6997 r sire Of Volo 212 and one pacer 209 Yearling trial was256 own brother to Chicadee 229 Mambrino Boy sire of Lizzie R 222 Mambrino Archer 2242 Five Points 219 J Sadie 229 and others First dam Satinette by Sentinel 229 sire of Lady Thorn 2181 also the dam of Pierdmont 218J and he Mambrina Patchen the greatest sire living or dead This colt combines the blood of two of the worlds greatest sires and three dams in the great brood mare list Green Mountain Maid being dam of 9 and grand dam of 135 Columbine dam of 3 and grand dam of 21 Nellie his own dam having 3 colts and 10 grand colts in 230 or better This follow had individuality as well as pedigree JOHN my fine jack will make the season at the same and place at the same price and under the same condi 151handsCare will be taken to prevent accidents but I will not be responsible should any occur Money due when the colt is foaled or mare parted with R L PARROTT SPOTWOODWill stable onehalf mile north of Freder icktown on the farm known as theTom Thompson place at 8 to Insure a Living Colt inchhighbYJGeorge t out of Sam Grundys Gray Susie Spot hisbreeding andmaketained on all colts to secure service feetand money due when mare is parted with or bed to another horse JOE BLACKBURN Will make the season at the same time and place hasIbredhisWill stand at Itl insure a Living tilt A lien will be retained on colt to secure service fee JeT MDMTCOHEBY MONUMENTSPRETTY SPRINGFIELD MONUMENTCO L