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J Prfttgitl Utt4 f 7i EVOTEDTOTilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYj L T VOLUME II 1 t SPRINGFIELD KYj WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906 NUMIER zf Local Optio Will Pt Hurt pringfield Biiti WilLHelp the Town armers Will Not Fol low the Saloon to Lebanon Or Anywhere Else The citizens of this county will be called upon some during the summer probably in Augustto settle the que- stianto settle it for a long time to come as to whether spirituous vinous and malt liquors shall be sold in Wash ington county When we say it will be settled for a long time to come we mean that the question will hardly be voted upon again within the next fifteen or twenty yearsnot until the infant boys of today become the men of to morrowThis question ought to be given some thought each voter if he has not already investigated if he has not already weighed matters ought to do so and when he honestly reaches a conclusion he ought to answer either in the negative or affirmative There should be no laying low and saying nothing But do not answer before you have looked at the question Troin all sidesbefore you have delved in and seen the pictures both sides present Think about the results which are to follow But decide now togo into the fight with malice toward none Certainly The Sun harbors no personal ill will against anyone inter cstedin the saloon business in Springfield and if the election decides that we are to have a continuation of saloons so far we now know there are few people who would want a change of proprietors But The Sun is opposed to the saloon business It never has attempted to conceal this fact it expects to be open and fair in dealing with the question No mud will be spat tered from our columns no personali ties will find a place in The Sun But we do not mean to say that false impressions will be allowed to go the rounds unchecked if it lies within the power of The Sun to bridle a false hood it matters not from what soulrce you may rest assured that it will be bridled The Sun believes the time has come when the saloons must be denied the right to operate in this co ntyor in other words when the city of Springfield must go out of the saloon business for the town isa full partner in the business sharing the profits with the proprietors whepshe collects her li cense Do you elieve we haye a mor alright to put this temptation in the way of any man or boy And we can not deny that we are doing this when 11farmercome to town or to send his son with out having to run the gauntlet of sa loon temptations spread out before him and not a few good useful mon we re gret to say find a great impediment to success in their necessary occasional visits to Springfield and whose wives are inclined to persuade them for then own good to make these visits far apart and few between A farmer said to The Sun on last Monday I believe if We have saloons in Springfield we ought have them in every section of the county Why do you hold to such a belief as that because said he we wouldnt have to follow the sa loon to Springfield Some people you know say we are going to follow it to Lebanon if its voted out of Washington county If convenience is what they want to give to us farmers they ought to help get Us a saloon in every neighborhood in the county then you see we wouldnt have tQgo as far as Springfield to get drunk much loss Lebanon As matters now stand I am p for local option I am tired a follow ing fthe saloon into Springfield It s useless to tell town people of the work saloons are doing for town people The yearly work is an open book and can be read by all who wantto know of it W do notbelieve that the fathers and others of this fullyiawar of the extent tolwhich young boys are being led to drink or they energy in this con woullexertsuchan an end all opposition aid leave no doubt as to the result We belive that the possibilitynot probability of a more s ccessful school in Spr ingfield depends u on the success of this election for there are few men who want their boys educatedout of their sight if saloon influences are throw around them = The e is every argument against the sale of whisky there is no argument in favor fir It is useless to claim that the las of the saloons will make bad streets It is a fact that the best paved streets in the State are found In towns withou t saloonsIDon t claim that saloons are better thanb soil tigers That is not worth consideration Facts show that crime is riot a third as abundant in local option towns as it is in saloon towns and not twenty five per cent of the arrests are made And when saloons are voted out there will be no blind tigers The time was when blind tigers were possible but the laws are different now and the people aretHfTerenJ Dont mention the loss of the license money for the magnificent sum of 1750 wouldnt replace the actual loss sustained your town through the ruina titonof ne of the many worthy men and boy s who have been the victims of the lice se system Dont mention the 1750 Dont let anybody know we get t Sever teen hundred ana fifty dollars An average of a dollar arid two bits to the inhi bitant It wouldnt ta ken man and his amily to a circus and the sideshow b t once The Sun doesnt want its dollar and a quarter and doesnt want the benefits that come from it if anysuch tthing c be found It is bad money When a country boy comes to town as he has aright to doand is in duced to take theft drink that leads to intoxication and for the first time is ar rested and looks through grated bars he goes home with ah experience he long remembers And when his mother gathers tobsend Uptown to pay the boys fine and gently wipedthe ff blood from the bovsbattered head she realizes that Springfield got seventeen hundred and fifty dollars forIputting up that job Then does she pssess such a kindly feeling for the dear old town that has ruined her boy tint would induce her to ga to it as her trafling point in prefer once to other Pla Let the business men answer this And this is not ah imaginary case nor a solitary instance When the man who cannot control his appetite fur whisky and be the tom perate drinker some would have hi 1 be comes to town drinks too much gets find and goes home drunk he is apt to d some thinking and the next morning when he counts up how many loads ofrock he put on the streets of Springfield there isno well of that milk of human kindness ih his heart forI the dear old town that bated a and he forms the opinion that the cite tens of Springfield should go down into their owh pockets Tor rock money or get it in a less questionable way Buss A fITEMPERANCE MEETING At Opera Housefin Springfield Sunday Afternoon ay20 at 3 OClock On the above date the Citizens of Washington county will meet in Springfield for the purpose of organizing an AntiSaloon League Among other promi nent speakers who will be present will be lion C Li Collins who is recognized as one of the most powerful temperance speakers in the State Large crowds from all sections of the county will be present I ness men should not dodge this feature of the question It is not imaginary but real and all vou have to do to learn of the actual reality is to feel the pubI li pulse K farmer said to us a few days aj o The man who claims that the ci izensof our community would follow th saloon to do their trading offers to usan ihsult Continuing he said liven the men who love their drams do it want to be classed with that set wl o Would go to Lebanon to do their trading just because Springfield did not ha saloons Suppose you canvass the cbi nty and ask every man you see this qu stion Will the fact that Springfield- is a drytown keep you frotn gonig thereto do your trading Now how many do you suppose would answer Yes It it entirely useless to argue loss of trade to the town if saloons are stopped for it is a reflection upon generally to contend that they farmernSI their trading only where they a drink On the same line of it would be advisable for merchants toI advertise A beer with each pair of shoes a drink with each hat a big drunk with a suit of clothes and a bounce g headache with the spring overcoat People would rather not have the si loons about them when they come to trade The man who doesnt driijk doesnt want them the man who drinks to excess doesnt need them and the temperate drinker will have the tunity to put his faith intbpractice Theres many a man whose appetite for whisky turns his steps from thd store to the saloon and takes him hom to his wife and family drunk and witho it the shoes and baby clothes he went to town to buy who deep down in his big icart hopes that the time will come wl en he can come to town and go home W thout having to strain every nerve f his ranhood to resist the tempt Lions I around him We know his is rue for the most earnestpersonal peal The Sun has had to urge this fight lias come from one npt a voter of the town but a worthy citizen of the coun ty who too oftcirhas let his cultivated appetite get the miistery over his rea son and drunk lie would go home to his family ashamed of himself and dreading to meet the wife whose forgivness he has too often sougHt in the past And today theres many bighearted in dustrious Washington county farmer whose patient wife while reading this story will pray her God for the benefit of herself and children and for a hus band whose love for her has stood the grounds agains all else but whisky will pray that the efforts of the local option people msy meet with success Dr McCormack Lecture On next Tuesdays mornings at 10 oclock Dr J rfMcC9rmackof Bowling Green will lecture in the Court room at Springfield His subject will be Relation of the Physicion to the Pub lic The lecture besides being enter taining is instructive and everybody should hear it Ladies arc especially invited 10 atlerid Dr McCormack is very anxious to have people from all sections of the county attend The lecture will be ftee Subscribe for The Sun 5100 year I i The County Unit Law The following is the county unit local option law as passed by the recent session of the Legislature Be it enacted by the General Assem bly of Kentucky KentuckyStatute of chapter 81 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled LiquOrs Intoxicating be ardinYdistrictheld under this article on the same day on which an election for the entire county is held except that cities of the first second third and fourth classes may hold nn election on the same day on which an election for the entire county is held When an election is held in an entire county and a majority- of the legal votes cast at such an election are against the sale barter or loan inItoxicatinglawfflltB sell barterVpr loan any suchI liquors in any portion of the county If at such an election for the entire county the majority of the legal votes cast are in favor of the sale barter or loan of any such liquors such election shall not operate to make it legal to grant license to sell barter or loan such liquors in any territorial division of such county from which the sale barter or loan has been excluded by an election held under this article or by a special act but the status of such territorial division shall remain as if no such election had been held b No election shall be held in any election precinct under this act on the same day on which an election is held for the districtor city of which the precinct is a part If in an election held for such entire district or city the ma jority of legal votes shall be in favor of the sale barter or loan of spirituous vinous malt or other liquors then theI status in the several precincts thereof shall remain as it was before said elec tionbut if the majority should be against the sale then the sale of such liquors shall be unlawful in every portion of said district or city The above law as stated repeals Section 2560 of the Kentucky Statute but does not effect Section 2558 which regulates the sale of whisky by manu facturers and druggists In other words no druggist or manufacturer will be permitted to sell in less quantities than five gallons and then it must be sold to persons who are authorized to sell at retail ThJGoran iaw passedat the last term of the Legislature prohibits the delivery of whisky or other intoxicants into local option districts either by a common carrier or otherwise Enquiry has been made of The Sun as to whether or not whisky could be sold in any part of the county should it carry at the election to be held this summer From the above county unit law it will be seen that it can not For example no one could open a saloon at Maud if the county goes wet until af ter another election was held anti the precinct voted wet And this election could not be held until three years had elapsed In the Hardin county jail there are eight moonshiner serving 100day sentences for illicit distilling Fred Johnson was arrested in Lafay ette Ind on a charge of bigamy as a result of a dream which was had by his first wife In the dream her dead sister appeared and told her Johnson was married the second time Johnson confessed i Nr HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Our baseball team played ijts first game of the season last Friday afternoon against a team composed of tie town boys Arrangements had been made for a game with St Marys hut Thurs day night they sent word that they would not meet us All of our students were greatly disappointed as we wished to see the showing we could make against a team of the strength of St Marys Friday morning it was arranged to play a team of town boys Many of the boys from town had not played for sometime and none of them had practiced this year so the article of ball they put up was not of the highest order How ever it gave our team sufficient practice to show them how they played and all in all they made a better showing than they had expected So effective wa 9 their fielding that the town boys were not permitted to scor9v The score was 13 to 0 in favor of the School Regular school work closed last Friday andexaminations are being held this week Exemptions are few and the teachers are sitting up burning the midnight oil marking papers Many and varied are the definitions for words that are given in at the spelling class in the eighth grade when the student Is rot prepared One of our studentswe will not call his name as he has figured in this column before and we fear the effect of over publicity on the fit of his new derbywas called on for the word bacon and this was his definition Bacon is dried hog ham ttI Evidently they do not raise bacon out near Tatham Springs The picnic will have come and gone before our neiiEt school notes are published It will be held at Fredericktbwn next Tuesday A very large crowd pf school children is expected to be pres ent It will be the grande finale of the school year and it will boa time for adieux We hope that not so many incipient cases will be nipped in the bud by that parting as were at that time last year Miss Isa Colvin entertained a few pf the school crowd last Friday night Those present were Misses Isabella Medley Dorothy McElroy Annie Mc Elroy and Eunice ONan Messrs Ollie Barber Perry Marks Len Allen parker Medley and Prof Stith Thompson The crowd that is going to Harrods burg grows daily Many ofotlr old students who hate stopped school will go along and help root for the Springfield Graded School The baseball team has gotten new suits They are yellow and black to match the new school colors They will be worn at the next game TMr Cox came last week and photographed us He took the whole school in a body and then each room separaely He promised to have them done by the opening of school in September or at least by Thanksgiving T Old Gold and Black are our school colors This important question was voted on by the students of the High School last Thursday Ribbons nants and banners mthose colorsar e the order of the day The students who are practicing for the Harrodsburg Tournament ate all making great improvement We will give the final entries next week The Commencement Friday night promises to be well attended and the partic will not be disappointedl Balltown Shiners Marion Falcon During the past few months there heve been located and destroyed in the Balltown neighborhood Nelson county twelve illicit distilleries by revenue officers They averaged about one and onehalf miles apart one being operated withiiffif ty yards 9Ia store at Balltown Competion in moon shining became so strong in that vicinity j that prpbablya row occurred and the whole business leaked out Tuesday the Officers brought Joseph Figg of near New Hope to this city and Judge Boldrick placed him under a bond 9300 t GEORGE r SAN One of Americas Greatest Lee turers and Orators Will Ap i pear In Springfield Col Geo W Bain one of the greatest if not the greatest lecturer on the American platform will appear at the Opera House next Wednesday and Thursday night May 16 and 17 Col Bain is too well known for The Sun to attemptto tell the people of his powers as an orator but permit us to say that we have heard him in two lectures and that nowhere no time did we hose another to equal either of his Nearly every seat in the house has already been sold for next Wednesday You should have your seat marked off at once People living in the country should come tltownas early as possij ble to have their seats reserved r The following testimonials are two among the hundreds Hon Champ Clark orator writer humorist and noted member of CusH gross from Missouri wrote forth e politan Press the following I had the exquisite pleasure of hearing Geo W Bain at the Fort Smith Chautauqua in Arkansas The audience was splendid For over an hour he swayed his hearers as the storm king sways the forest At one moment he excited them to such an uproarous laughter that it must have startled the turtles sleeping on the banks of the Arkansas The next they were disolved in tears I am not ashamed to confess that he set my lachrymal glands to working freely and copiously and J have heard all our great orators from John C Breckenridge to Joseph W Bailey The way Col Bain playedupon that wierd h of a thousand strings the humanheart was a revelation to me I shall always remember that hour as one of the most ecstatic of my life Sam P Jones It has been my privil ege to hearand enjoy Col Geo W Bain If he had not been all pure gold he would have exposed the spurious long ago He wears like a pair of home made jeans He sparkles like diamtond He effervesces like soda water and is as solid as a stone mountain He is today one of the purest men I have ever known He is all wool a yard wide and a foot thick He is better than any course dinner I have ever set down to SHEEPs KILLED Luther Burns Sustains Considerable Loss Dogs Attack Sheep Dogs attacked a iflock of sheep of Mr Luther Burns near town last night killing several and crippling between fifty and seventyfive At this time Mr Burns can not tell just how many are dead A number of head are missing and he believes they will be found dead in the thickets Mr Burns requests The Bun to say that he ntends to kill every dog found on hin farm it matters not of what description or pedigree HILLSBORO ChaplinvisitedShields and family Saturday Miss Sarah Shields spentSunday with Miss Judith Montgomery Mesdames Nat Scott and Effie Coul- ter spent Friday at Willlsburg Davy and Tommie Hines spent Sun day at Mackville Mr Will Keeling and daughter Miss Addie spent Sunday with J M Shields and family George Dean Cardwell visitedhisi sister Mrs Annie Montgomery several days last week Rastup Shields and Davy Hines at tended meeting at Glen Creek Sunday night V Mr J M Shields and family Mr Perry Ruby and family Mr J A Coal ter and family and Mrs Nan Scott spent Sunday with Sabe Coulter and family There was a good crowd out to hear Rev Simms the fifth Sunday He will preach again at this place the second Sunday of this month at 11 oclock Mr C W Oder son and daughter visited his siater Mrs C M Rieee last Sunday Sabe Coulter arid family spenuadty with J M Montgomery and family r r 2fflESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906 4 1 Amrrirat l1nrnrtrriatipi nub en By MRs CRAIGIfiE John Oliver Hobbes IfWlIcities in thq world Nearly every man hs an occupation Idleness is unpopular in the United States and no man however rich gladly would retire from work He dies as- a rule of overwork and ovenvorry The theIpast age arid their faces and features belong to another constantlybrandt or Jan Steen girls with types of countenances associated with the French before the revolution with the same combination of deli cacy vivacity and frailty Among modern Europeans these types are rare Perhaps the most interesting of the products of America is its women While they take little or no interest in political affairs and while they seldom if ever show the least interest in the business or professionalwork of their male relatives they show extraordinary activity inclub life and Jin organizations of every description philan thropic social aneducational America the combination ofso many faces has produced a woman having something in common with all races and who still remains something which can Only be definedas Arne scan American men money on tl cir wives and dattghtcrsi9u on the tacit un kIerJtanding that the wives and no questions and above aU offer no advic ringArperiwhich is as much American as Japanese art is Japanese In literature Americans seem Uninfluenced by English sentimentality or French psychology They don t like the thinking parts of novels They want something to hap en or somebody to do sonic thing in a slow determined dogged way They seem to be workin j out a national literature I see in America the reincarnation of old Europe in a younger more energetic people relieving the past in a state of liberty unknown to us Even in the present day they combine the ten perament of the past with all the advantage of the present jarrti llfliimrn ttnd ijl1tir 11lihrrtira f By MARGARET HU BARD AYER Should married any circumstances accept the attentions of any man but her husband even with tie la tt ers consent This question isI puzzling many liberal minded people today ajid even the oldfashioned conservative ele ment find themselves nO rand then unavoidably confronted with the problem brought before them by changing 0 modern life and the progress and growth of tie vag earning woman as a class Fifty years ago husbndsdid hot think of suggesting men friends as substitutes when they could not personally escort their wives to the theater Presumably too fifty years ago the wife gave up such pleasures as were hers with amiability and darned stockings instead She would as soon have ijone out at night alone as to accept an invitation from any man bu her husband Today she frequently does both without occasioning comment The accumulation of wealth and the stress of usiness make it often impossible for mod rn man to Paas much attention to his wife as he would like to do Society is necessary to her pleasure and withI woperts companionship the IS generally surfeited He trusts solutely he also trusts its friends and without second thought he asks them or him to fulfil the engagement which he is unable to keep and take his wife to dinne and to the theater in his place In some classes ofs ciety among people of greit wealthwhere the husband is engrossed in affairs th attention of ther men to his wife passes without comment since she is usually s irrounded by a most ofadmirers and syco pants of both sexes like any brillianf social orartistic light It it the effect df this example that oes the harm to those less prominent less engrossed in social affairs vhose lives leave them more time to think to study their emotIOns at d mistake every fleetingsensation for a f cling of lasting importance and value In the meantime the woman who has bout this social revolution who has mad it possible for a wifeIto gout with a man other than her husband nd not be ostrabizedthe business woman goes on with her work arid her pleasures without ar using either in terests or criticism Whether she is married or sii glc the elf Sl1p porting woman has had to make laws to take privileges with herself They are laws however tp which the woman of leisure is not entitled jgntl1rlnra runtr in ntirty By REV H P SMITH wQmanrunder evil so ciety has Titworst not the grow ing indisposition to marriage at lllespe dally pn the part of those who are best able to assume its burden This is not a new evil in the human family although it is compar riryCxistencecondition came too not in the days of struggle utfinth midst of prosperity and affluence One patrician family after another died out through limiting offspring to one or two and death which does not always respect human arrangements coming for that one or two Similarly with us The twin evils bachelorhood and small families did not threaten in the tite of the nations upbuilding but now in a condition of unexampled cress Men wonder that we should copy paganism so accurately But ve have simply eliminate that without which nothing better than f paganism is possible Wlfat is paganism but a deflection from the truth an abandonment of religion So until we restore marriage to Its rightful place and put it once more under the shie d and protection Hof religion society must drift ELOPERS MARRIED n Speedy Carriage With Irate Mother in Full Pursuit Richmond VaA romantic mar Jage took place at Bristol at mid dght recently when Miss Elizabeth lark a Ueaiktlful girl of Max Mead ws Wythe qounty became the bride- f F M Tate an employe In the ommlssary department of the South rn and Western railways at Clinch ort Miss Clark arrived at Bristol an our before the wedding Finding- t at she was shadowed by her moth er who was bitterly opposed to the THEY WERE MARRIED GOING AT BREAKNECK SPEED match she wired her lover to have a carriage in readiness But Mrs Clark adopted similar tactics and also wired for a carriage When the train arrived Miss Clark left the Pullman car on the opposite side from the de pot and this gave her and her lover a momentary advantage Both car riages appeared simultaneously upon the street and a wild run commenced between the lovers and the girls mother A minister was also in the car riage with the young people the groom having decided to take no chances after learning that the future motherinlaw was about to appear upon the scene The plan was to be married In the lobby of the post of fice but the pursuing carriage kept so close after the couple that the min ister Rev W H T Squares of the Central Presbyterian church was forced to perform the ceremony In the carriage while the horses were running at a dead gallop and after the carriage had wound about on many streets in the attempt to shake oft the Nemesis that was pursuing the lovers After a chase that lasted for an hour the carriage In which was the irate mother chanced to take a wrong turn and the sorely pressed made their escape to their hotel where the petty bride with an air of triumph played the wedding march on the hotel piano i Our Common Humanity The Commoner Only for a moment did America stand appalled at the great disaster thathas befallen SanFrancisco Only a moment and then it hastened to extend aid to the stricken city and in the work America has shown again the truth of the saying that one touch of nature makes the whole world inIizing the work of relief and before the full nature of the calamity was known relief train after relief train was being hurried across the continent with great cargoes of food and clothing for the hungry and the homeless The purse strings of the rich and poor alike Were unloosened umd from every quarter of the country money and food were dona ted Confronted by such generosity as this the pessimist must standsilent and he who constantly insists that the world is growing worse is answered a million generous acts Our commonI humanity is more than a sentiment it is a factThe stranger of yesterday is the neighbor of today brought into comImeSan Francisco Chicago IIGalyestonhave their JohnstownI brotherhood of man is nearer realization today that it was yesterday America is not too busy to mourn with the stricken city by the aUIwith every contribution goes a wealth of sympathy more precious than money San Francisco is in a sad plight but the rest of ths country is made better anotherwill and brotherly love that knitsmen closer together and makes the old world a better place in which to live Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills theyquicklytying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at C Jf Haydon druggist a Iw B TRUMBOCOI Furnitureand Carpets I Louisville o Kentucky IIChiffonier 650 is a large size Chiffonier made of solid a nice golden oak finish with five jarge IThis a good size mirror on the top We can this same chiffonier s without the mirror for Sanitary Couch i 375 fl CgntecTable 125 This is a solid oak table has a 24x24 i chI top I nicCJolderioak finish 125 We are making a specialty W KY Must Poles Kentucky Standard At a meeting of the Council last Thursday the Cumberland Company was ordered to remove its telephone and wires rom all the alleys of the town The say the company has The action taken is the people public metalic higher placed natural people or Park Gocart rubber can sleep be so it easily carried little can furnish same spring 7 Iron Bed 498 1 furnish single finished white tills are finished golden W B TRUMBO furniture and Carpets CORNER 9th AND MARKET STREETS LOUISVILLE Remove Glty night Telephone Telegraph poles streetand result of a raise in rate on many telephones rom1 to 165 private residences authorities claim phones can be profitably furnishedat 1 per month business phones at 2 instead 165 and 275 the prices at present that Lebanon Shelbyville and many other towns of State are the 1 and 2 rates and there is no reason why Bardstown should not have these rates n rrrrrUNDERTAKING + I W E arc today from now on will be better equipped people in the undertakers business ever before Ve have two new tars one whIte rubbertire car young people and a black car for elder ly We have a man of twentynine years experience connected with us one who knows every of the business He is an EXPERT EMBALMER and a painstaking uptodate FU NERAL DIRECTOR There no better in this line We re s ectfully invite a part of the patronage of the and we feel th tweaefl1llequiJ1ped and prepared to render satisfactory 13erVlce m every We have a GRAVE VAULTthe exclusive right for Washington countyno other undertaker can use it in this county These are of Stone and Will Preserve the Casket and the Body FOREVER When these vaults amused water can not reach the casket they are sealed made This vaultcan be sold for 25 while the steel or is much It is also wellknown that the of the earth will in time destroy these but the stone vault when in the earth is in its state and will last for all time to cpme PROPOSE TO GIVE THESE AWAY a time so that the can see their val farsuperiortoHAYDON BURTON t Folding Gocarts Carts at 25q This has tires1 has reclining so that the baby pan folded up is take very baCkIWe the cart thatdoes not for 175 couch a heavy steel a Fabric with three of spiral 1 can be as a couch or when a wide makin it makes an f I can in either or It a brdsg the to is II Iin the enamel are heavy in bronze CO S the in that the residence charged the furnished and to the or is Vaults airtight chemicals VAULTS This has frameI has National Spring rows supports This used open for bed itia four feet full size elegant bed We this bed lull size has nice rod across best The and The and and also serve WE and Had a Close Call- t dangerous surgical operatiori yolving the removal of malignant ulcer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the application of Bucklens Arnica Salve says JA C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve completely Injuries rrrFreeman Grave Vault FREE wrr TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 91906 f Jt V ii ii ft info ftffifo nt t fo i ini HIiti tniti ii ii t iii ii ii ti ii ii ii 0 IIIIIHI I1 ft1 ft I1 ft ftft ft ftfoft I I ft ft W r Mir+ 1 ti i t 7 RAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURSI L os fA i 1J S W S 4j I PAY CASH IIl 1d ii Wih t1p + i i a L AFCoaIBox i Is a joy forever as long as tCk Frost still lingers with us If the coal t comes from our yard the cod box keeps full longer Thats because COAL LASTS LONGER that we sell If you dont believe it just try it One trial zt and the saving of some dollars will convince you in our favor Order a Ij e load today v + t h JI WOOL WOOL r Hauling 4+ r fAIR RETMENr HONEST DEALINGS JONES 07TITOi tS I ALWAYS WHAT I SAY ILL v t is i 1 1 + M H JONES W + W f Wa11 tl 3IW W S its j+ + tl rtut ltl ItIt t fff+ u f Uta u llt Itl fftl t ftu ft t lt + + + + + + + + + + + WHISKEY WRECKED Sad Case of William A Garland Son of former Attorney General William A Garland 30 years old the son of the late United States At torney General and United States Sen ator Garland went to the Chicago bridewell the other day to serve out a fine of 75 for attempting to throw a brick through the plateglass winr dow of a jewelry store Garland is a physical and mental wreck from whisky and morphine but he has been a man of the highest mentality and was a litterateur having written clever magazine fiction and two novels In an Interview with a reporter for the Chicago American he cave exnres The Stickert is the- WiiviYerf Hammar Condensed Paint leads all today because it is made to stick It is guaranteed to stick for five years You can coup on most paints for only three years The great Haminar Paint House of St Louis guarantee their paint to stick for five years your money back if it dont and this is not either Come in some day and we Will show you how this paint is backed by a guarantee of a half million dollars in cash and a reputation of over a third of a century for square deals We will also show you how you can save 25 on your next paint bill Remember please that there only one Ifammar wers8eU and guarantee this paint R L Cecil Fredericktown Ky + sion to the following words of solemn warning tq yo ing men Work is tie only salvation for a man There is more chance for the Scriptural camel to pass through the eye of the needle than for the sue cess of the young man whose rich fa daesjawarIt Is criminal to keep liquor In a home where there are little children jlittheruuth used to do My father used to say that Itwas no sin to steal whisky I remembered these things and I used to steal hit whisky often in the days when the habit was growing on me Then I went to college he said bitterly Do you know that life ruins 90 per cent of the ba colegeI go there Of all my class but es11ThatThe boys who work their way through college are the exceptions tol this rule said Garland They have to work for everything they get But the others It Is only the ten per centj orthat have extra stamina will power or goodness that come out unharmed from jetting a college education It Ip a sin for any father to give a young man an allowance A boy should be Ut ght how 10 work He should be rim le to earn Ills living He should be male to succeed by hls own efforts he s could I to show that he can lie Intrusted with money and then he may be given his inherit ance A young sa1ntlon IswarkIsaid the map who had thrown away his birthright for a moss ot pottage If I had been made to work for my living I would not be hero today There are thousands of yoihg manlike me in the country today They have a wronG philosophy a wrong per spective of life j Then he gave some don ts Hero they are Dont drink at alt unless you have a will power HI jet iron Dart negleC aur will power Cul it alwarDont look dojwn on york Dont have anything that you have not earned yourself Dout take any drug for slckness or anything else Dont sine a cigarette t make you cruel and unkind Dout daily with any temptation I Echo of trie Great Earthquake Kentucky Gam Hurst of Coxs Creek is in receipt of a letter from her daughter inlaw Mrs John Hurst who has been residing at J Oakland Ca The latters husband js + + + engaged in the insurance business and he and his wife and fiyemonthold child were at Santa Rosa temporarily quartered ina twostory brick building When the earthquake came the building collapsed and Hurst and his family had a from death Fortunately escaped a few narrawicape to the pies ent sta g California Hurst left the State and are now on theirway to Nelson county where they are expected to ar rive in a short timeI Made Happy for tifeIGreat happiness came into the of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W his little daughter Was restore from theidreadI Mylittlewhich yielded to no treatment but grew steadily worse until a a last resort we tried Electric Bitters and I rejoice to Yt three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure curef or nervous complaints general female weaknesses impovished bh odand malaria Guaranteed by C J1 Haydor0 drugstore Price 50- cENGLEWOOD STOCK FA- RMCLARK pointSfullfine head and ear extra large bone and long h good loot Tugsire of Filliatreau the best tYf 0 Jack in Kentucky and the Yearoldiany other fine J as breeder in the His arge with fine acts and show for themselves what is PEDIGREE SpanishGiantson s dambyThird dam by Royal Duke Fourth dam by Dave Jack CLARK will make t1joson of 190G for Jtnnets onlyat S10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT At my barn at Willis urg Ky Pasture furnishedai 2 per month and must aid wh n stock is taken Care taken to accidents but narcsppnsibilityoit my part should any occur Lien retained on all colts until service fee is paid W s GIBBS Willisburg Ky tJ f s W11 i +tL x W e 4t i wpl want your wool this season and of course 1 I will have the price Now is the time to sell j 1 i rat1tt it +t I have bought the transfer business of Mr Allen and will continue business When you have any hauling to do telephone met t jrl tit 1i its HS WH 4 1 DO DO + + + a J 4 Uta UnitedStates muphr mns tivate They StandardMrs home Va when Knox the DEARTH OF SHEEP falling Off in the Number Kept by Farmers Today and Reason 1 herefore In attending farms s Institutes In different parts of the state I am sur prised to find how muriy farmers there are who formerly ketlt sheep that now have none I find that most of these men went out of sheep during the de press Ian of the nineties and have never since had the moral courage to stock up They almost universally ad mit that they need sheep on their farms and regret that they are now so high they dont dare buy The topic of sheep Is on almost every programme and always calls out animated discussions Many men have come to me with the statement that they have made more money and have done it with less labor with sheep than with any other stock Farmers seem to forget that when the products of the sheep were low other farm prod ucts were equally low It is not so long ago that wheat was sdlllng at 50 centsper bushel that we should forget it and yet people did not suit growing that staple As long as people wean clothes and eat meat oosthe Ohio farmer the products of the sheep will be In demand andrcan be producejl at n profit a good profit too On the aver 1nndat by the man who has any this branch of stock raising as well as the necessary knowledge and skill for handling It Is surprising how many farmers rushed out of the sheep business as soon as the Industry became depressed An old man who attended an Institute said to met I very well rethemher the period of 69 and 70 when I was buying stock 1 bought thousands of sheep and slaugh tered them ortheirpelts alone I bought a large flock of fine Merino sheep of one man at 75 cents each After I had bought the sheep he said Now youve bought the whole floc but the ram I want to sell him to you Well I said what do you want for him Ho said He cost me 500 Ill sell him for five dollars I said Thats more than can give It you him H1Vellcomedown but you may have him I slughteredthat tam and sold his pelt for 250 In five years from that time such sheep as I then bought for such ridiculously low prices would readily have sold at five or six dollars per heady rt- o + + + + h IMarion Notes Falcon Mn Bennet D Cecil and Miss Mary Elizabeth Johnson were married at St Augustines church Wed nesday morning at 9 oclock Rev Father J A Hogarty performing the ceremony Mr Robert A CaskeySr age 84 years died at his home in this city Tuesday morning at 130 oclock of complications due to old age Deceased is surviyed by eight children and they are among Lebanons honorable and energetic citizens The marriage of Mr3 Clarence Abell and Miss Mahala ONeal was solemnized at St Augustines church at 6 oclock Tuesday morning by Rev Father J A Hogarty Mr R L Purdy sold last week to Mr Barret of Ohio a sorrel gelding f r250 Ho also purchased a four yearold mare from Mr J C Wade for + + + + + + + + + + + BrowneiDohoney The Republican Congressional Cora mitee of the Fourth district met at the Hares Hotel in this city Tuesday for the purpose of naming a time and manner of nominating a candidate for Congress Ten ofthe thirteen counties were represented and they agreed to hold a convention at Hodgenville on Junes 10 A Year of Blood Th0 year 1903 will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alliance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets Ilungs that death seemed very near He writsqc Severe bleeding from the lungs and n frightful cough had brought me at deaths door when I taking CansumIwas corn pletely restored and as time has proved nermantly cured Guaranteed for lore Lungs Coughs and Colds at C J Haydons drugstore Price 50c and Trial bottle free t I The Rurfees Paint I EVERYGALLON GUARANTEED 1 You cart see the guarantee right on the can Thousands of gallons ot the paint h ve been sold m this thelargestIf you want to paint your house I will deliver the paint right in Springfield Qt anywhere else for less money than others sell for Let me figure on kyourpaint bill Drop me a postal I will save you money Dorf forget that the KURFEES PAINT stands for high quality and is the only brand handled in the county up with such a Guarantee T C1 TATUMm VALLEY HILL KENTUCKY t l ITdE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY y MAY 9 1906 l c I i q I New Line oV Hats II I LMRSr WILLIAMS rr- a f I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 9 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In A vanceit J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Springfield Ky for transmission mails as secondcllSs matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 Biz Months 60 Three Months 2 changedwayKing as well as you wiSh it gent d ANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorized to announce HON BENJOHNSONf of Nelson county as a candidate for 1districtDemocratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906tKJCIRCUIT COURT CLE We are authorize to announce ROBERfTNOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county4subject to the action of the Democra party THEM OLD SONGS You have heard vay along in the night just about the time yo are ready to topple overt into th Kingd6mofDeer4Sfeepthe low sweet melody of an old song drifting on the nightwinds Iron youdontknowwhere into your open window you have heard and it made you feel so good that you went straightway to dreaming pleasant dreams seeing an gles in blanketsof stars above a land of lilies below and Hope in flaming letters writ across the skies Them Old Songs when they juto- vverful drift in are mighty P dispellers of the chaff in the heart and the wreckage in the soul from thtp St ilnof Shadows flows away in the cur rent And itsggood for us to hearoldsongs and its good for us to dream sweet dreams for through the mists of things we see the paths of the sun leading on to theLandof Light There are too many people in the world with painf brushes dipped in blacktoo many who P sidetuttito o many who water the flowers with saltwater too many hellhound among the lambs Arid we are glad folks can hear sweeoldt dreams 0 t I have just received a large assortment of trimmed and un ft med hats ready towears flue leg 1horns tuscans lu ir to raids I andIgoing to sell t at very low prices Come in before they ipicked over ij A DETESTIABLE HOME Morris hrager who with his brother recently engaged in the mercantile business in Springfield has been in the United States about eighteen months having been born and reared jn Russia Until recentlM he Was a Russia- Soldier but just as soon an oppor tunity affor ed itself he made a break for freedom he came to AmericaThe Landof the Free A short time ago while in conversation with him we asked him if he ever got home sickH answered d anithat too with sis upon the word In that ans wer is a terrible meaning Just think about itaniatl desiring to avoid to shun to neeragamI visit the land of his birth where devoted father and losing mother ate buried where all the memories tofc childhood are where hun dreds of dar good friends are sleeping the lastsleePthat place that a man hould be ready to de tepid with his life lloatithal- ace t that every man should look upon as his Eden tHink abut it hated and despised Word bringing wi h it frieht and calling o mind dee s sickening in their horror If s a terrible thing for a man to bs compelled to wrap the cloak if tyrant about hi home Aellowj mean who makes his liojne such that his wifepnd chil dren are forced to leave it alp likewise also is a woman wli forces thehn band atiaybutwha about the nation fchat rings m s coutitleus leavinge a as as the corridors of hell itsel hanging over the land A country giiilty of th crimes that Russia is guilty of de serves a terrible fate It will die from its own poison And the from the Torch of Rdvollitipn the corpse ofa despotic government will be fired and ovetthe ashes wIll spring a Republic and from every hilltop die Fire of Liberty will flame tine from everyyall will echo the glad cry of Freedom The dawn of t new era in Russia is not far awn buy it w lII in e on a wave of I l odI POCKET ESS DpESSES P The proprietlor of a departin store out in Illinois has issued orders that no young lady clerk shall wear a dress with a pocket in it Hes afraid that some of the girls have foeen kleptoityini acingTo guarantee to himself a more thoroughj protection h ought toalsotri id all women cost mers wea dresses wfih p ocketstPresident R OS welt and the Standard Oil Co TIJ any have lock ed horns And ti4t you glad the President has gof nofns j CUSSIN NEWSPAPERS Ever since the day of Benja haveIof wrath we notice some little improvement in the 1esssinc B Franklin pulled a G Wash ington handpress inn garret in the city of Philadelphia in the year 1728 How the business m upmider sucha weight of cusses pie cant understand but she fix and shes still arosin t seems she goes a little higher up in the realms of decency ever time shes cussed In fact true journalism is so far above its de famer that his foul words flwide of the mark and his slobbered epithets fall back in his own face A MEAN INDIVIDUAL A might mean individual was in Springfield last Thursday night He may be here now we hope not because hes a dangerous character We reler to the fel low who cut down abouta dozen little shade trees on Last Main Street He is in the same class with the incendiary the high wa man the cutthroat It is suggested that possibly this mu tilator of public property was drunk Maybe he was but if whisky makes him cut little trees down along the thoroughfare it may also cause him to cut a throat Better keep a lookout fewndrinks and go out into the quiet street to murder the passerby V WATSON ON SOCIALISM If those politicians who leave accused Tom Vatson the Geor giaStatesman and historian of being a socialist willread the May number of his magazine they will find from the Pen of Mr Vatson a much stronger argu meat than the themselves can present against socialism Mr Watsqn is the recognized leader of tjje Populist party but the editorials in the May number of his magazine read very much like Jeffersonian Democracy hich is Bryan Democracy ande we might say to a certain extent Roosevelt Democracy Tom Watsons Magaadne will improve your stock of reading matter Send for it l56 ft year New York ASTROrlC SERMON Rerilliarns delivereda strong sermon last 5uudliy morn = thedstartlingtmuch food for thought The sermon throughput was unusuily strong sentences of ami ug Truth every word wellspoken eACAMPAiCN FRIEND 11President Roosevelt is after tire Standard Oil Company with his big stick During the Canipaign of 1904 MrSodelrouwas after the Standard Oil Company with a request for a contribution to the compaign fund Mr Cortelyou bo1gieiMr Roosevelt will succeed in clubbing Mr CortelyjoUs campaign friend f PRETTY EDITION ItTht illustrated edition of the Eliza ethtowli News received by The Sun last week was the pret tiest we have ever seen If the business men of Elizabethtown thiNews theyre a mighty peculiar set The Messrs Sommers ate to be congratulated A preacher at Anderson Ind is suing his wife for divorce because she made faces at him while he was preaching sermon That was very un ecoming na preachers wife o tI IIighArt Clothing I is as Good in the little things as good indeed that we warrant them il ncod tJonallr If us for its The fabrics are tested by special processes is the latest and most thti as shilled can make It f You will derive the greatest frpm which J Look right when You buy them and st when you wear 4 I A 1hli I1 LONG RUN Beleiving thore wag a certain day in June if trees and bushes wore cut or pooled they w Uld dio root and branch Mr Henry i pung of Boylcw county went to esPerme to ting and found that the 15th of June was the dRY Nev T mind the sign i heard a tobacco roifeeri say t1ftf sprinkling tobaced beds that it even did harm to tho plants lie said he had onco tried to start sonic cabbage plunts by pouring water direct ly on them and oftolX of oniiJK he hAd fewer plants to vttJ5or It is beleived by IIJmof our farmers that there will not bU ono Uth tobacco obplaitsserver sa w that bod nt r the rains had10i30 little good On MajJ day lIrs Ed John JI Coyle and a young man from Boyle county with their sweethearts went fishing over on Clmplm river They report a ntice string of fish lots of dinner and a good time j There seems to bo confusion in the minds of many inragnrd to the age of Rev David BruaiBr whose death Ud1 plcUire recently in The Sun Hisi family says he was thorn May 101 1811 in Je county Ky Ijne mile from He was married 4ctobe 182ft jouied the Deep Creek church January 1830 ordained to preat 1842 died April 16I 18QG was buried at lips old home ersl conducted by Rov E W Somme and W D Moore I would like toy a faro words about farm gates Fiis t have kht post the gate is hung to some eighUjep incites diameter nine feet long and the larg andthree feet in the ground The gate usually should be eleven feet long It might be necessary to have the opening ftlteon feet if soa double gate will be the thing The slats should be oC good oak 4xf inches and put together with eight and ten penny nails Bro Williams gave a lec- tUre at Beech Grove last Friday night A good crowd was present Mr J M Coyles dog t i a ground hog under a brush pile Mr Geo Burns is fromIan attack of Bro Short of Taylor county will preach at Beech Grove next Saturday night May 12 Rev W H Williams and Mr James Bpswoll of and Rev HP Hatchett took supper at Mr Johif Cb eveningMrvisited his brother Dr Hatchett at Texas last week Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year e rIFamous WALKOVER Shoes Ii New Skirts Ne 1and 1 1srI1 HIGHARX Clothing I correction approved thoroughly orkmanship ai1ctfinishare anything craftsmen satisfaction aright wearing DeceivedTie I ROBERTSON wasnopodd QCRnougher nppeared Kinckokville February temperance recentlycaugh recovering pneumonia Springfield the Herald AND The Sun ONE YEAR S2iOO Pfiif Jiiiioi PiiIii1 pjiiqjPIiii1II iiI j s t U2 SARGAINSIf 12th 14th 15th 16th Saturday Monday Tuesday Wednesday r Pie Pans two for I 5c Two Quart Pudding Pans 3c l Three Iu Lj f 4e Ll Fouri 5ctSix f 7c Eight 8c 5c Wash Pans 3c IOc Vash Pans 6c A Few odd Cups and Saucers at about half price Sugar Bowl Cream Pitcher Spoon Holder Butter Dish Four Pieces Glassware 30c Lot of Plain Meat Dishes at Cut Prices 10 Piece Toilet Sets price 3 in this sale at 250 50c Heavy Glass Tumblers at 35c Good Stock Wall Paper at 4 5 6 and 7 cents per RollaA New Line of Summer Dry Goods will arrive this week SaturdayeFresh Fish New Green BeansPeas Lemons and Bananas cWe Want Produce of all Kinds The Enterprise StoreTEXAS KENTUCKY a I Q hTNESPRIVGFICLD SUN1 WEDNESDAY MAY 9 190f 5 SATURDAY SALES Of Millinery By The Knott Co are always large One of the reason for this is due to the fact that we receive ReadytoWearmost reasonable prices THE KNOTt CO Local NeJsNotesT t 4Good work paint put on to stay and look wellguarantee by W C Foley BRICK BRICK IIf you want brick see W P Lawrence Have your Eyes ested and Glasses Fitted by Dr Qrigsby the Optician at the Walton Hotel Sa urdav May the 12 1l a Estrayed from my place about 31 miles North of Springfield a black sow gu Wilt weigh about 200 Pounds HALL Dr W F Trusty vill be in Willis J burg Wednesday May 16 to practice dentistry If your buggy need painting call on W C Foley at his shop in Springfield i Dont forget the emperatice Massy Meeting to be held al the Opera Housea in Springfield Sunday afternoon May 1 20 at 3 oclock Dr W C Grigsby at the Walton Hotel May the 12th to Fit andadjust Glasses F flriodcome well recommend ti LuTHEii BURNS 0Revville is preaching b ice a day at the Methodist church r he services are held at 3 and 730 p m TAlling etc by W C F ley in old Casey Shop on Main street Dr JIB Evans of the Gravel Switch Neighborhood died S night at 6 oclock His funeral services and burial took place at Mayses Chapel Methodist church Tuesday itiorning May 8th NOTICE CHICKEN R ISBRS R 411 44 is Rnlrl under n pOS lve guarantee bv Ica your local druggist to cure Rotipe Cholera and Liniberno k or your money will be refunded R v Walden of the hristian church while on hisway her last Saturday to fill his Pulpit on Sun ay was stricken withillness and was unable to continue his trip TRUSTEES ELECTED The election of trustees for the Springfield Graded School held last gaturdav resulted in the election pf MH Jones and G C Wharton Secondhand buggies and damages bought and sold oh commission W C Foley Springfield Kyi SHEEP KILLED Or last Thursday night dogs attackedt flock off hoap belonging to Mr J J Peyton on tIluI Texas pike killing fo ir ewesaid pix lambs r IMRPOVBMBNTS Tin intiiiiorof the Baptist church here will be glvon a through renovatiOn thi week The walls will be refinishojl a n w carpet will be put down and new elec tricliers put in Important Notice Are your chickens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but makua thorn lay aak your druggist for it Price 50 cunta ut all drug stores BARBER Supp Movie Ihavomdvod my barber shop to the basement of the Toliin Boblitt iota Come to saa me Your patronage in the past hUB appreciated ami of course continuance of same is desired R A NALLY Fourth Assistant I tmastor GondrUl Degraw yesterday received a rathun Iunique postal card fram Lebanon Ky It had upon it a pretty girl a bottle f Bourbon a race horse Tlile writer said that the and the horse was s ilia plenty and that the gun had been discarded Mr F I Purdom proprietor or The 4Enterprise store at lexas Ky has en in the last four or five issues of The Synan has seen aucK excellent results that he has written us that he intends to keep at it He has an ad in this issue read it tiny you will find that he is offering some unusual bargains 1 NoTICE All persons holding claims tceasedproven up as by law required to tie undersigne at his office in Springfield Ky on or before Muy 20 190G W 14 CLAYBROOKE 4ThisW C Fo ey formerly with the Seller Carriage C of Versailles has opened Carriage Paint Shop in the old Casey 4 PIOIi Pain str et His work is iranteed Ia Bill who fitted darn specks you have why John I gbt em of that Ped r yes IIt and h charged 200 fore too now Bill let me tell you one 4shouse he willget you well John the waitIo 4r Eyes a id knows how t fit Glasses he Walt nl Sotol Saturday May the 2th NOTICE The undersigned as execu tor pf Satn Mason deceased Will on Monday Mar 28 1906 at230 pm at Jthe court louse door in Springfield tfieldmileSouthast of Springfield Ky toI the highest i nd best bidder One third I cash balancj two notes secured by lien said prop rty due in and 12months I Possession c in be given the purchaser I on day of sale W D CLAYBROOKE Execute of Sam Mason deceased his April 25 1906 Auctioneer S M Campbellreports the sale of Vm Murphy on Saturday as being ye y well attended Every thing sold hij h Hogs brought about Stits sheep 11 S0 per head for old ewes beetle lambs thrown in A gray mare fo 180 Ie also re arts county court day last M noay at H Irr dbUrg as follows 100 tie on the narkot sold 10 2yearold steers for J icob Kimborlin at S3795 per head abo t 4cts per pbund For Mr Durham of Taylor county forty five head mixed cattle at from 2fcts to 4cts On nice bay mare at 130 one pair rim es at 275 several plug horses rangin jm pricesfrom16 to 85 OLD PAPEii Irs Thos OBrien brought to 3 he un office last week quite a relic in tha way of art old news- yaIterthe C ttli lic Advocate printed HI Ky Saturday morning March 29 184 The paper is four col umns 8 pages and exceptionally wenI preserved It is addressed in ink to 1 W Whal n There is much inter es ing matter jn tll o Advocate of 46 Among the ads which are very smnll- w find the following Wanted to PurcliRserby a Catholic Gentleman a negro woman betweeji the ages af S and 26 For one weltI recommended to morals ante integrity a fair price wi Ibo givenApplyto the publisher of Uu Advocate Two suits ha re Mien filed in the Mer cer Circuit C urt bv Mrs William J Poteet who 1 eloiurs to a prominent family against VA Bottom of Law rellcebli1 n lthy man who owns a circuit p salo us in this suction says dispatcliAo th Courier Ol1llIaJ Don Carlos ABuborly aged nineteen years a son of Ms Pot act became intoxicated and entering j attire created st ch a hisheingIsuit against B ttom who hue a saloon here for 10010 for selling liquor to her sort after b sing notified not to doso tand 10000 for selling to a minor and making an inol biota 01 him Lc tier List Lfatofettei romaiiiing uncalled for in the Springfield Post Office for week ending May 91 tOGIMiss Flora toswellJ Miss Chatscy Collins Magor frump Horace Edeleh Miss Chloo Ty ce Pope Gibbs Losie Jackson Mrs D Patton W C Robinson Miss Annie E Thompson Mrs Mary Thompson col John Henry Smith Miss Mary Sutton Mrs Warren Zuharo JiW A WATERS Postmaster f I Down In the vicinity of Franklin Cross Roads bjild eag es are said t6 be carrying away lambs 0i t i 1SOLOMON BROS LEMRERT CLOTHING We have the nobbiest line Suits for Boys and Children from four to sixteen years we evercarried and the also shown in this line TS C But we direct your special attention to 350 and 500 for boys We have studied their wants for years and we have the sort that boys want All the features await your s e tat 1i Q ri Q rteiae1 0 r v e r Personal Notes 0 tt 0 o Visitors In and Out of TownA ti Round e 0 News ttei3orta toi a0oiiop i i O rto Miss Mary Gleason spent iioveral days in LouisVille lab t week J Miw Mary Hayd n spent lust weak in Louisville where jjhois taking vocal lessons Mrs J Hj Hopper is vlilthjy rola tivo in Perrjryille Profi cT Noof pont sovoral days with ltiit mother T Alas PJiillitw otLebu was here last wqek r Mr and lies Louis ROI uri spent Saturday in Louisville Mr Eric Carrico visited frttinds in Louisville Sunday V Mm T Cl Campbell tied Children hiive returned home from visit to her njothor MrS B Thompr soil i Dl isis Itnticj Slmunty Frederick town was herd shopping Saturday Mlaaw Bessie Pearl n ml Myrtle Cnmpb +li siwnt Thuradiiy in Labaiion Mr C C IjIcG511 Lebanon was here ono day hwt week on buainoac Mia Berths Haydon the guest of Miaa fnonMin Ftiirfield litoss teemsof Blo Inn W yisited relatives hors last week Bell of Fairliel an Richard Smithof BardstoSvn spent Sunday here Mrs VE froman illness of several weeks is in F ank r fort this week Mr H Rf Moore son of exDom missionor of Luke Moore is here Wdayj Miss Jennie McCabe in Loiiis the first the week rMr Willie Medley has accepted a position as book keeper at Danville BYoGrundy Mcintire Bear all the new and that have been introduced as this fashioned TheI tI Single or DoubleBreasted Coats deep center Vests in various models built of superior4ualit3r Dure Vool Fabrics ina vast range 61 attractive patterns and color effects The most popu lar Worsted Cloths in the proper trey snades are shown Suits of unusual merit and elegance equal to any or 35 tailor made garment at 1Sand 918 FOR THE BOYS of have new greys are conspicuously PRICE our Suits just of clothes correct fashion inspection Personal of of is was of so New Wash Waists cents to 900L It is useless for us to try t to you an idea of the n agni tlvaiststude and bemity of pur pooula You mus see the stock We have every atLawn Japa nese Silk Lace Net and Taffetais blue and Evening shades No matter what you pay the value will be the best Money back 1f IGRUNDoY MclNTIRE Springfield j I UpoftheWgeks Lexingtafc Winchester lAbnipiinftor- a 4AlossisJoc Selecmanhasreeoere lonYD Claybrpoko Agriculture CARRIED clever features proper spring smarty long With conspicuously ESrsro ST5O 75 yourslf Lingerie unsatisfiedi Ky Mr T C Campbell is in Louisville this week Miss Margaret Shader returned home from Louisville Sunday after a weeks stay Mrs J C Hoskins of Campbell MrSICMr and 11os J L Allen wore in1 Louisville the fl at of the week iMr IL Williams and Miss Lucy SelecmonWQie in Lebanon Monday =DrJ C Mudd was in Louisville the first of the weak Mr and nibs ID Stiles visited friends in Lebanon MPnday Judge I H ThiJrm n and wife have returned after a few days stay at Tatluun Springs Mr H AL Moss is in Lexington this week on bu inoq I = Mm Margaret Bettis has returned home after a vi tin Lebanon Mr J was in Louisville operation Monday W1tedel underwent a slight Mr Dinwiddio Lampton who has been tlffe guest cE his parents has returned to his home in Louisville Lieut W 0 Rood after spending several days in Louisville has returned hqme Mrs Sallie Simms and son Wa then are in Louisville this week where the latter underwent an operation Mr and ll18RH Shader of Louisville are tho guestsoI Mr and Mrs J c Shader = Mr and Mrs Lum Cambron of Lebanon wore in Springfield on business Thursday Bardsag week isdler Leachman fDr John Spalding of Louisville is at home for a short stay Mrs Fred Mangate is visiting her mother Mrs John W Lewis of this place Mr Manuel Mudd of Louisville and sister Miss Marie who ia attending school at Bethlehelwere called home by the Mr John T Craycrofthas returned to his home in Chicago after a visit with relatives here Willie Medley who is attending school in Louisville spent Saturday anu Sunday at home MissIda Young lias roturjied homo from Lebanori where she hits been the guest of her sister Mrs Moore several clays Mr Wm Young and nephew Clarl once Young were in Lebanon Sunday and Monday DrLatimer will return from Stanj ford Saturday eveningIservices at Sunday morning and t evening He is now engaged iin a meeting at Stanford a iMr and Mrs G A Moore visfbid the latters parents WmrYoUng last week Rev William ill Williams ofth Baptist church lef today for Chattanooga Tenn to attend the Southerp Baptist Convention J Rev Williams wil be gone about a we kand there will be no preaching at the BaPtistchurch next Sunday morning and evening Falmouth band is to give Saturday night open airconcert from bandstand In court house yard Two distinct earthquake shocks were i felt at Somerset fifteen minutes apart Residents were badly righontentd and ran from th it homes I TradeIIs Better Satisfied This Season Than Ever Be ourVehicesI t This is due to the fact that factory prices r on buggies and other vehicles have gone way up while our retail prices remain un changed It is also due to the that we haye the cot11pl ne Of uptodate and handsome vehicles ever shown in Springfield Do YouWanta Buggy yl That is the question If you do we can pleasejI you in every respect Come in and see for 11 GD Robertson Co u a eG l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1906 i I k f j t1 i t fJ t 1 1 i j j t ifi Beverly of Ikc Graustark r 1 ftQ J 1 JJlf RWi1f 1 o VW tW But lie will ue toia tntft brs prin less was Beverly Calhoun a supposed ly nice American girl Dont you se how awkward It will he for me Now Yetlve darling wldtg4 wish you to do is lo write n note order or edict o whatever It Is to Baron Dnngloss commanding him to treat Baldos as a p tient and nof as a prisoner and that when he Is fully recovered lie Is to lave the privilege of leaving Ganlook without reservation But he may be A desperate offend er against the state Beverly plain tively protested Yetlve It we only knew what be Is charged with Im afraid its something dreadfully serious admitted Beverly gloomily MHe doesnt look like the sort of man irho would engage In a petty under taking Ill tellyou his story Just as le told It to me and she repeated the meager confessions of Baldos- I see no reason why we should hesi tate said the princess By his ow Statement he is not a desperate crlml xal You did quite right in promising Aim protection dear and I shall sus tain you Do you want to play the jrincess to Baldos a little longer u I should love it cried Beverly her ryes sparkling Then I shall write the order to Da gloss at once Oh dear I have for gotten I have no official seal here Couldnt you seal it with your ring j atiggested Beverly Oh I have itiSend for Baron Dangloss and have him wItness your signature He cant get jrway from that you see and after we leach Edelweiss you can fix up a regji Jar edict seal and all cried the fe L3IOurcetul American girl Ink and paper were sent for and the two conspirators lent their wisdom to the task of preparing an order for the salvation of Baldos the fugitive The order read To Baron Jasto Dangloss Commanding the Civic and Military Police of Graur stark You are hereby Informed that Bald o the man who entered the city with M1 Calhoun Is not to be regarded as a pris oner now or hereafter He Is to be given capable medical and surgical attention amtfl fully recovered when he Is to Unques1IonedAlso ho Is to be provided with Buita Wearing apparel and made comfortable every way Also the members of his party now in The hills whose names are unknown to Be are to be accorded every protection JVanz the driver is to have his freedom U he desires itAnd from this edict there is no recou xntll its abatement by royal decreeYETIVE affixingJacrsufficient Then she rang for a servant Send to Baron Dangloss and ask him to come here at once Fifteen minutes later the chief of police stood in thepresehce of the eager young Interpreters of justice I want you to witness my signature Baron Dangloss said the princess after the greetings Gladly said the officer Well here is where I signed said paperdont over I again do I Not at all said the baron galls t Ky And he boldly signed his name as i witness They wouldnt do that In the Unit ed States murmured Beverly who tapeWashington atV It is a command to you baron said Yetlve handing him the document with a rare smile He read It through owly Then lie bit his lip and cough ed What Is the matter baron ask ed Yetivev still smiling A transitory emotion your highness that is all said he but his hand treui jbled as he folded the paper- CHAPTER X RIGHT and early the next morii Ing the party was ready for the last of the Journey to Edel welss Less than twenty miles separated pan Took from the capital And the road was In excellent condi lions Beverly Calhoun tired and con tented bad slept soundly until aroused by the princess herself Their rooms adjoined each other and when Yetlve shortly after daybreak stole Into the American girls chamber Beverly was sleeping so sweetly that the Intruder would have retreated had it not been for the boisterous shouts of stable toys In the courtyard below the win dows She hurried toa window and Iboked out upon the gray cloaked morn VPostilions and stable boys were congregated near the gates torment Sag a ragged old man who stood with His back against one of the huge posts In some curiosity she called Beverly Item her slumbers urging the sleepy one to hasten to the window uIs this one of your friends from theC lvildernessshe asked rubbingvlt doingtoDemanded IndlgnnntlyJThey are my servants and Shame on them The wretches What has old Franz done that they should Call to them tell em youllt stopBvaj and he i r I y ti d j 101Io t t r i c By i t 7J i 6E R6E BARR il r M UTGHEON I i Authr of Grauttark K j I gj am r if fj 1li fif i I = I The window srsli fiery open and t asta woman voice coming ss It were froth the erend aten wo W ro figures TI sun still far bet w the ridge of moo mina had not yet robbed ithe marnin of the gray dewy shadows that belong to 5 oclock r What are you doing to tliat poor wall 1 cried Y thc and It was t first time any of them bad seen ingertoin the princess foci They slunk Jiackasin dismay MLet him alone You Gnrtz set that he has food and drink and without delay Report to me later on sir and explain if you can why you have conducted yourselves In so unbecoming manner Then the win sow was closed and the 1found herself In the warm arms of er friend i I couldnt un lerstand a word you said Yetlve but I knew you we giving It to then hot and henry D you see how nice y old Franz bowed you Goodness Ms head almost roue ed the ground nIIc was bow ng to you Beverly You forgot that you are the princess to him Isnt that fumy t I had quite to gotten it The poor old gooseV Later when tLe coaches and esc were drawn up In front of the wltz palace ready for the start princess called the chief postilion Gartz to the stepof her couch What was the meaning of the dl turbance I witnessed this morning she demanded Gartz hung his head We thought the man was crazy your highness He1ng had been tellingus such monstro u lies he mumbledx Are you sure they were lies Oh quite sure your highness Th swere laughable He said for o thing that it wa he who drove yo highness coach Ir to Ganlook last even when d knows that Ihud IOrsesbeYou are ye y much mistaken Ibl1nYour highness he g spedlyoU surely remember Enough sir iranz drove the princess into Ganlook last night He says notrseYes your hi hoses murmured poor Gartzt Whut moredld he say to you He said he had conic from his mas ter who Is In th hospital to inquire after your health i nd to boar his for the kindness you have scour for him He say his master Is well and Is saris ed to remain he is Also be aid that jhjs mijster was sending him back into the plot ln tains tp assure h friends that he Is safe and to bear i certain message of cheer to them se it forth by the princess It Was all foolish and CCa your highness thi t we could but gibe and laugh at the i oor creature It Is you who hdve been foolish sir Send the old man to me He has gone your highness In frightened tones So much the bi trey said the prln cess dismissing Urn with a wave of the hand Gartz t rent away In a daze and for days he to k every opportunity to look lor other pigna of mental dls Two men rode upthe carriage orflerln the contlut tot ills mistress at the same time ludi Iglng in speculation ly na to his own soun mess of mind Ganlooks population lined the chief thoroughfare awn ting the departure the princess alt lough the hour was early Beverly peered forth curiously ns the coach The quaint halt oriental of the townspeople the children theShflnCR bright colorBthe love and rov crence that faces of the multitude deeply JIa o was never to forg t that picturesque morning Boron Dan loss ij ide beside the conch If It passed th ough the southern and Into tl e countryside A es of ascoiftop ry boots with the defo blue jackets re minded Beverly more than over or t operatic figures she had seen so oft at home There was a fierce darken to the faces of these soldiers however that removed any suggestion of play The girl was In ecstasies Everything about her appealer to the romantic side of her nature Eer SsoThe princess smiled loviifgly upon the throngs that lined the street The M was no ninth among them who would Offinotgracious ruler Oh I love your soldiers cried Be erly warm IjPoor fellows who knows how they may be called Upon to fac death YethetC Gntilusnvanifostatlons by the Axplmlnlhus Worklugil castleer pronlgIsee a message fo the Injured man deplor ing the fact flint she was compelled to himh0as wn have him come to Edelweiss ris soon he was In condition to be retnov Boron Dangloss smiled mysterious but he had no comment to make He had received his orders and was obey Ing them to the letter I wonder It Grenfall has heard of my harumscarum trip to St Peters assurg reflected Yetlve mi ag herself comfortable In the coach aRr the gates and the multitudes were for behind Ill go you a box of chocolate creams getIdprincessh Done is the word corrected the American girl airily Beverly won Grenfall Lorry and a riprthefctotheit self of distress and worry was a Joy Itself To use his own words he timeshours The American took the plc thecoahtconversation during the next two shours It was a warm sleepy day but all weyJth ed ofurIn Dawsbergen At first he cove tered trouble In trying to discover what had become of the prlncess Those at tnkbut safely and sUhterfugesrto a grce that their object failed The result was theIRegarding the Conference thPr n Gabriel representatives le laid little to say The escape murderer naturally refused to surrenderand to all appearances quite firmly tst LorrysI fedCel ruinnatraerea hand dealing vengeful blows to the friends of his half brother and encouraging a lawlessness that uncall1g1IIN actzyof scornfully at ev proposal made brthe Grausturklans- We told that jf he were not surrendered to our authorities sixty days we would declare war go down and take him concluded the AmericanTwo cried Yetlve I dont understand There was method In that ultima tum Axphaln of course Avljl set up nc anylionder take Naturally one might suspect oncchUor later but here Is the point Bef two months have elapsed the bet element of DawsbergCu will be so dis gusted with the new dose of Gabriel that It will do anything to avert a war on his account We have led them to believe that Axpinlin lend moral If not physical suppo twill our cause Give them two month which to get over this tremondou hysteria und theyll find their seas s Gabriel Is worth It you sty lu their hearts they know It Ultdown mvuu young Dun tan to be a wagerhead my sh ing he were back on tfic throne again And Just to think of t Yetivci de you 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Price 40 per acre iNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of w graSs AU the fa ready for the plow Pri e 60 per acre iNo 6167 acres seven miles from Spring eld plent timber ioak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onhalf Lh Wpertobaccoi goodgrnss iNo 7176 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced farm tohaccoj lend Seven miles from towm iwhole 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all outbuildi gs good grass good dwell ng Price acre tit No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timb rftwo houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced + + No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good fit W goodlarge w3750 per acre No 1122 0 acres six J miles from Springfield on good tike schoolI44 No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 13Anice co tage in Springfield Good barn with acre of Iground Cheap No 14150h acre seven miles from Springfield on good pike t finetobaccoNo 1590 acres jane good six room dwelling tobacco barn stable well fenced orchard well watered 5 acres fine to 1 mIlestitinblueNo 16196 acres 7 miles from Sprin field on oodpike one 7 i W TsN01733 acres pew two story six room dwelling born two W finetobacco fit 4 roomdwellingbottomlandNo 19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room stockbarnsZ icehouse t+ dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre i inSpringfieldlve tB 0 Lake Springf- ieldiliYiiiiIES i ift jjftcft ifo i ifo ifo i jp + HARNESS HARDWARE I But its buggies that we want to say a few words J thehandsomest At Prices Low completeline But if you want HARNESSCheap tyour Wants at satisfactory prices t I BROTll3RSjr I Daily Herald and Sun 2 + BEVERLY OF GRAVSTARK n fBy GEORtE BARR MCUTCHEON Author of Grauiltrk Copyright lIWbilDodduUtodond Crmpanv Heaven pity yog Beverjy If you fnll into his clutches cried Tetire IIlIc has had five wives and survives to look for slxtii You see how terrible It wouldtbe Tin not afraid of him boasted Bet erly but there cnme a time when slit thought of those words with a slnJ111c By the Yetlve I have fin ofwordthe countess will leave Tafls this wee It the babys willing and will he in Edelweiss soon You dont IUlwhotIt relieves me to know that Harry will be with us at this time Yetlves eyes answered his enthus asm Both had a warm and grateful memory of the loyal service which tile young American had rendered his friend when they had first come to Graustark In quest of the princess and both had a great regard forht wife the Countess Dagmar who a6 Yetlves lady In waiting had beet through all the perils of those exciting days with them As they drew near the gates of Edel weiss a large body of horsemen rode aCternoonfe alr of the valley was cool atid refresh Ing despite the rays of the Tune sun Edelweiss at last murmured Boy erly her face nglowliThe heart of Graustark Do you know that I have been brushing up on my grammar I have learned the meaning of the word Graustark end It seems so approprl ate Grail is gray hoary old stark Is strong Old end strong t l1t1t dear uAnd here rides the oldest and stron gest ulna In all Graustark the Iron Count of Marlanx sold Yetlve look tug down the road See the strn gray man In front there is our greatest general our craftiest flghtjcr our most heartless warrior Does he not look like the eagle or the hawk A moment later the parties met and the newcomers swung Into line wttt- the escort Two men rode up to thp earrings aijd saluted One true Count Marlanx tie other Colonel QuJunox of The royal guard The count lens and gray as n t olf revealed rows of huge white teetIn his perfunctory smile o welcome virile young Qulnnoxs face fairly bean ed with hones Joy In th post that h held he was but folios in In the fottsteps of his Since hlst ry began in Graustark a Quinnox ho d been In charge of the cas tle guard The Iro Count ns he sometimes yeiFormnnd of t ic army One had but t look at hi strong sardonic face t know that le was a fearless lender atosavage fig ter Ills eyes were black piercing an I never quiet his hair an close cropp d beard were almost snot white his olce was heavy and with herbabyhoodthis grim old warrior It was no un common th ng for mothers to subdue- disobedient children r h the threat glee them over to tlie Iron Count Old Maria ax will gen you It youre not good ivas a household phrase in Edelweiss He had been married five times nnd s many times had he ecu left a wid wereIf he were dIscon- solate In an Instance no one hadbeeu able to discover the fact Enormously rich as riches go In Graustark he hall found young women for his wives Who hinIt was said that without exception they died happy Death was a Joy The fortress overlooking the nlleftothe south was no snore rugged yielding than the man who mule his home within Its walls He lived tjjiere from choice and It was with his wn money that he fitted up the comman stylPowerthough he enjoyed both Colonel Qulhnox brought news from the rustic Yetlves uncle and aunt Count and Countess Halfont were eagerly expecting her return and Wgo joyInthey drew up to the gates the shouts of the people came to the ears of the travelers Then the boom of eatut antI the blare of hands broke upon ti air thrilling Beverly to the heart She wondered how Votive could becalm so and uuPlovel in the face of all this homage Past the great Hotel Uegeugetz We iii tower moved the gay procession Into the broad stretch of boulevard that led to the gates of the palm t grounds The gates stood wide opeuthat and inviting Inside was Jacob Fraasch the chief steward of the grounds wi titmenhis men drawn up iii line upon tlui walls the sentries cam to parade rest pinIngInvmost y gates closed behind the coach and es cort and Beverly Calhoun was snfoIInside the castle walls The lrCount handed her from the carriage at the portals of the palace and she stood as one In adream- CHAPTER XI nHE two weeks following Bev errand ly Calhouns advent Into Wethe royal household were filled with joy and wonder for hertDaily she sent glowhl letters to her father mother and brothers In Wash ington elaborating vastly upon the paradise into which she had fallen To Csof 81tllgI lIC tinge oia castle relic of the feudal days vftn Its turrets and bastions nut portcullises Impressed her with Ji never ending souse of won der Its great hulls Dud stairways Its chapel the throne rbom and the armor closet Its underground passages and dungeons all united to fill her Imagina lire soul with the richest rarest Joys glrllthr1to events but she tens not long In recov grlng her poise Her qyartments were near those o the Princess Yetlve lit the private In tercourse ep joy ed by these young women all manner of restraint was aban 2Cloned the visitor and every vestigebe royally slipped from the cess Count Halfout and his adorable wife the Countess Yvonne both of whom had grown old In the court found th gIrl and her strange servant a of wonder and deMeht Irlvalthereguish and his wife the vivacious Dag mar With them crime the year o l d cooing babe who was to overthrow heart and head of every being In the hour Iold from princess down The tiny Dagmar became queen at once nut no one disputed her rule Anguish the painter became Anguish the strategist and soldier He plumied vlth Lorry and the ministry advauc Ing some of the most harebrained proj ccts that ever encouraged discussion Ju a solemn conclave The staid cautlolis mluldters looked upon him with won der but so plausible did he make his proposals appear that they tt ere forced to consider them seriously the old Count of Marlanx held him In great disdain and did not hesitate to expose his contempt Thlsdltinot disturb Anguish in the least for he was as optimistic as the sunshine Ills plan for the recapture of Gabriel was rldlc ulousiy Improbable but It was after ward seen that had It been attempted much distress and delay mlglit actually have been avoided eTetire and Beverly wig Dagmar nndthe baby laude nierryvvhlle the men were In council Their mornings were spent In the shady part surrounding the castle their afternoons In riving riding and walking Often ttimes the princess was barred from these simple pleasures by the exlgeu cries of her position She was obliged to grant audiences observe certain cus toms of state attend to the charities that value her supervi fsiou and confer with the nobles on affairs of weight and Importance Bey evrly delighted In the throne room and elgmWilled more to her than all the restI She was shown the room In which Lor ry had foiled the Viennese who once tried to abduct Y the The dungeon where Gabriel spent his first days of confinement the tower In which Lorry motmt the clouds were all places of 0unusual Interest to her Some of the people of the city began rocognlzethe falrAmerlcan girl who was a guest In the castle nnd a certain heyr or s poopras as as they did jlo the princess herself and Beverly was just as grand and gra clous as It she had been born with a scepter In her hand The soft moonlight nights charmed her with a sense of rupture never known before With the castle brll llantly Illuminated the hullo null lug rooms filled wltlu ay courtiers harpists nt their ports the milita band playing In tlip parade ground ti balconies and porches offering their ni9st Inviting allur ments It Is no wonder that Beverjy vas entranced War ad no terrors for her If she thought It at all It was with the tear that It might disturb the t ream Into which s had fallen True there was little nothingto distress the most timid In these flrst days The controversy be tweets the principal lItcs was at a stand still although then was not an hour In which preparations for the woorstwelneglected To Beverly meant little when sentiment was laid aside To Yetlve and her people this probable war with Dawsbergen meant everything tIseIlangloss going back and forth be tween Edelweiss and the frontier north Ganlook where the best of the police and secret service watched with the sleepless eyes of the lynx brought unsettling news to the ministry Axphaln troops were engaged In the annual maneuvers just across the border In 1etheir Own territory Usually these were held lu the plains near the capi tnl and there was n slnlster slgnlll reuses In the tact that this year they were being carried on In the rough southern extremity of the principality within a days march of the draustark line fully two months earlier than usual The doughty baron reported toot horse and artillery were eu gaged In the drills and that fully 8000 were massed In the south of Ax hhaln The fortifications of Ganlook Lubbot and other towns In northern Graustark were strengthened iVlth aN the same care as those in the south where conflict with Dawsbergen might first be expected General Mar ongnor army was ready Underneath the castles guy extcriorthere smoldered the fire of battle the tremor of defiance Late one afternoon Beverly Calhoun lira Anguish drove up In state to Tower wherein sat Dangloss anti paswelcomed the ladies warmly I came to ask about my friend the goat hunter sold Beverly her cheeks a trifle rosier thou usual lie Is far from an amiable person your highness anld We ofllcw When 1wdiscussing Baldos he serer Tallea to address Beverly as your highness The fever Is gone and he is able to walk without much pain but he Is as restless as a witch Kollowihg Instruc tions I have not questioned him con isengor ganIIWhy the suggestion that he should come to Edelweiss for better trent severelyPfor your kind oillces but lie did not deem It advisable to come to this city requested me to thank you In his half and to tell you that he will never forget what you have done for him deleBeverlyvyour highness You see he still 1regards himself with disfavor being ti fugitive It is hardly fair to blame him for respecting the security of the bills te give up his old life and engage Jn smile thlui perfectly honest although mind you Baron Dangloss I do not quea tlon his Integrity In the least He should have a chance to provo himself worthy thats all This morning r pe titioned Count Marlanx to glee him a place In the rustle guard My dear Miss Crtlhouu the princess has began the captain Her highness hits sanctioned the re quest Interrupted she And the count has promised to dis cover a vacancy said Dagmar with a perIcctlyever oblige a soul save himself It Is won derful Miss Calhoun What spell do you Americans cast over rock and met al that they become us sand in r fingers said tire baron admiration- and wonder In his eyes You dear old flattoicrt cried Deer ly breathrbelleyethat stubborn fellow In Ganlook he said fumbling with his glasses He Is the most obstinate being I know and yet In ten minutes you could bring him to terms I am sure He could not resist you He still thinks I am the princess He does and swears by you Then my mind h made up Ill goo Ganlook rid bring him back with me truly nllly He Is too good n man to be lost lu the hills Goodby Baron Dan lo4s Thank you ever and ever so much Oh yes will you write an order delivering hind over to me The hospital people may be er disoblig ing you know It shun he In your highness hands this evening The next morning with Colonel Quln uox and n small escort Beverly Cal bouh set off In one of the royal conches for Ganlook accompanied by faithful Aunt Fanny She curried the order from Baron Dangloss and a letter from Yetlve to the Countess Rallowitz In suring hospitality overnight In the royaljproject and she went away with the godspeeds of nil The Iron Count him self rode beside her conch to thecity gates an unheard of condescension niceplnceyou Count MarlanX she said at the daisyWeevenehe was In the diplomacy of silence could scarcely conceal his astonishment at the conquest of the hard old warrior Although the afternoon was well Canloctkorpatient at once relying upon her re t I He dropped to fits knee sourcefuluess to secure his promise to start with her tor Edelweiss on the following morning The coach dellv ered her at the hospital door in grand style When the visitor was ushered Into the snug little anteroom of the overnors office her heart was throb bing and her composure was undergoing a most unusual strain It an noyed her to discover that the ap proaching contact with a humble gout hunter was giving her such unmistak able symptoms of perturbation From an upstairs window In the hOSe the convalescent but unhappy pa witnessed her approach and ar e rival His Bore lonely heart gave a hound of joy for the days had seemed long since her departureI Continued next week DYSPEPSIA 1 Almost CT ery otherman and wo man 4meetflicted with terriblec some stags until it ac quires full strength aril- ssuddenly petite form seizes the Is themIyOU suffer anilimmedslid energy Do you toss ADd tumble at sleepThese and forartm onNtommtrnce Dr CaldwelTsLaxative Syrup Pepsin j which will instantly check the prograM of the disease and ultimately eradicate aU traces of it from system DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PKPSHf is the greatest preparation ever offered for dyspepsia It nets instantly restoring every a vigorPRCALDWELLS alfdoUarYour money will be refunded if Ik youYour will briny by returnroan our new booklet DR CALDWELL taltholeremedy Do it now PEPSIN SYRUP CO MtntlMll llllMl Sold by the Rid Cass Oru Start Happy Beau 1495 This fine Saddle and Harness Stallion will make the season of 1906 at my stable on the Mclntire and Fredericks town pike three miles from Frederick = town and seven and a half miles from Springfield at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Ljen retained on the colt for service fee Money due when the colt is foaled or whet the mare is parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not re should any occur HappyBeau foaled 1899 sired by BeaU Brummel 800 of Kenmore Grand byHaPyret Chief Happv Beau is a dark chestnut sorrel 15 3 inches weight 1050 goes manyblufine mane and tail and fine and action and has proven himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly gentle to handle ia eVery respect Stockman are earnestly invited to call at my farm to see three colts of Happy Beaus I believe when you see them you will agree with me that they are fancy twoyearolds as there are in the county Over 15 hands Also at the same time andplacel will stAnd my fine mule jackI DEEY byGov 7 conditions same as pven above Dewey is a dark brown 14 finelengths afirsticlassMares or jennets pastured for 2 per month S B NALLY JOHN YMAYES f r- Funeral Director i And Licensed Embalmcr SPRINGFIELD KENTUG ff T Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Rebel telephone Dav 19 Night 74 Carriage ShojL I am prepared to do all of your wood work and repairing at the most reason able ftrice FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for sale 4kucyhand spring wagon Buggy trimmmg a of all kinds on hand WHBONDj July itlOOSpringfiekl lYe I r Lp THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 9 l406 w T Carriage Painting r By An Expert PalnterWho His Permanently Located In Springfield + 11 I MIR W C FOLEY of Ver sailles an expert carriage TI1Ipainter has rented the Kit ww Casey Carriage and Shop on West Main PaintIand desires it i through the columns of The Sun i ithat he is nowprepared to do all kinds of highclass carrage and buggy painti g at the most rea sonable prices Satisfaction is guaranteed Your old buggy will be to look new + mrde Gall on Mr Foley at the Shop s CARPWELL S P White and family spent Sunday witliW D White and family Mr Elvin Perkins of Willisburg spent Sunday with R A Willham J T Mobily and wife E T and family spent Sunday perkiruil Perkiny at Battle Rev Summers gave a temperance lecture Sunday evening at Battle A Jarge crowd was present Rev Hollace Summers preached to a large crowd at Mt Freedom Sunday sight We have had but little rain since March We need a good rain as some fius have only our potatoes planted jtiVe are going to have lots of apples arid peaches if they dont falleff W L Graham and E T Perkins were at Wardsville Friday on business Mr Robert Noel spent Sunday night With W L Graham Stock Sales Holiday Brown bought from Nat Oldham one 5yearold horse at 150 also from Sanders Cor a bunch of uheep and lambs at 9 per head and from J W Long 25 ewes and 34 lambs t9 for ewes and lames thrown in also from George Armstrong one aged horse for 100- Graham Perkins sold to H Britton of Harrodsburg one 4yearold harness horse for 130 also sold to Mr Parker of Danville one 4yearold horse for 115 and bought one 4ycrold Red Leaf horse also bought from Richard Baker one 4yearold horse for 9- 5GW Isham bought from James ilobily one filly at 125 Mr T I Brown has engaged several mule colts at prices ranging from 75 to100W Graham bought from HJ Brown one milk cow for 25 RA Willham sold ito 0 Carey one Sow and eight pigs at 30 R A Willham sold Saturday evening five new buggies one new road wagon one new surrey and two secondhand buggies and nine sets of harness SYCAMORE VALLEY r We had a nice rain last week which was very m chneeded House cle ming is the order of the day among he ladies Mrs Tho as Mcllvoyentertained n the 26th of pril in honor of her twen tyeighth hi the ay The following were present M sdames Liza Sutton Ber tha Sutton J D Sutherland Misses Hattie Sutti es and Artie Ollie and Irene Sutton CL Keeling and wife spent Satur IM night and Sunday with the latter s at Brooksville Mrand Mrs Perry Ruby of Chap lin visited the latters parents Mr and Mrs J M Shields Saturday and Sun day Rev and Mrs W E Sutherland familyattended church at MackviUe Sunday Thomas Mcllvoy wife and two sons Billie and Rubie spent several days last weekwithfriends near Fairview Misses Artie and Ollie Sutton spent Thursday night with their cousin Miss Hattie Settles Mr and Mrs J N Shields and fam ily of Hillsboro and Mr Perry Ruby and family of Chaplin spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sabe Coulter Miss Maud Inman is visiting Miss Jessie Noel J L Camrr ack is on the sick list plantingSprihgfifld Markt Bacon HaEis15cr Sides 124c- Bee9wax24c per pouI LiButter 15c tol20c per pound Chickens Heils9J4 c Spring 9c Dried apples arper pound Ducks 80 per ound Corn Meal 75d to Soc per bushe- lEggs13c per nozon Feathers 45o per pQund Flour S2JOto3 Ginsenff 750 ber pound OrnJn WljBat8Tc corn Oats HidesGreen Hc to lOHc Lard lOc per pound Lime 90c to oo barrel Mill prodnctaJBran 60shipstuff H00 per pounds PotatoesCOu r Onions5100I 8185 per barrel Turkeys pert pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar 25c to pc per gallon Wool Burry add greasy HHc clear grease tub w shed ate tI Country Sorghum45c to 50c Geese50c apoica 1AOP 08TU- MITYSwethearts I tT I youvelongedyoung lady with a lovely diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if Ie ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it try it I JAS j GRAires CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TEtEGRAPH CO INCOXFOKATBD ofthisanywhere In Southern Indian Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put yqu In quick and satisfactory communication With the people of th s great section of the cpuntry We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passe JAM WEYDPmldenty i PP MciNTIRE Mrs Thomas Leathers and son Ray Of Lawrcnceburpr spent last week with relatives at this place After they left for home Saturday morning telephone message was received here that her husband was quite sick Mr Leathers is county surveyor of Anderson county and is well known in this county His many friends here hope his illness will not prove serious Masters Sterling and Hurbert Ensor visited their uncle Mr S G9 Hendron and family last Sunday Quite a number of young colts have died in this vicinity Messrs C E Nally Peter Graves and J R Williams were the loosers Mr Williams also lost a valuable cow and calf recently Mr Lee Mudd of Fredericktown sold to Mr Bazal Cambron of Lorettc a fancy harness mare for 200 Mr and Mrs J H Mane of Lebanon visited the latters sister Mrs Abigal Ensor Saturday and Sunday Misses Lossie and Mary Rose Fields were shopping at Blinco last week Mr S B Nally had the misfortune to lose a fine jack colt last week It is supposed to have broken it neck while playing Mr Xeayereous Mudd son of Mr Kit Mudd died at the home of his uncle Mr Monroe Cecil on last Thursday His death was a surprise at least to the community as he was reported much better the day before Mr Mudd was an exemplary Christam man and his death is much regretted We hadthe pleasure of attending the the services at St Rose last Sunday morning which were very beautiful and impressive The high mass was sung by Rev Father Caton anda beautiful and touching sermon was delivered by oneof the resident Fathers and found a responsive chord in the hearts of his hearers The music fur nished by the local choir was beautiful and impressive and was much praised by those present The people of St Rose are verv fortunate in having suchI a good choir and should give it all the assistance and encouragement possible Society of Equity I Lebanon Enterprise Tile local branch of the American Society of Equity held a rousing meeting last Saturday Better roads was the key note of the meeting At the recent State Institutetat which Col Wathen repre is he held a conference with a NatIional supervision of the United States Gov ernment who pointed out the fact that the Government was preparing to enter Kentucky and would distribute at ten different points in the State its splendid road building machinery where a trial mile of turnpike at each place would be built free of costexcepting the rockI and gravel which the county itself would have to furnish The Government guarantees the trial mile to be water proof and practically indestructible If the sample rile proves satisfactory the Government wajterThe es court and Society composed respectively of County Judge John A Burton Coun ty Attorney W W Spalding and Col J BWathen and Messrs B F Smith Jr W t Abell L K Mills J R Durrett and Col Wathen were author ized to investigate the Governments proposition in its most minute phases and report at the next term of the Fis cal court Messrs W W Myers Waller Harrison and Col Wathen addressed the So ciety Warmly on the measure and unhesitatingly endorses a bond issue for the purpose of building the right sort of roads These gentlemen are on the right track and the farmers of the county are awakening to this fact The building of good roads like the building of a house embraces a simple business proposition which requires two essen tials money and management Patching is waste since no permanent improvement is secured a truth that the taxpayers arc rapidly realizing and measuring at its full worth Every farner and citizen should give the qu- isChamberlains Cough Remedy The Childrens Favorite CURES Coughs Colds Croup and Whooping Cough overalargonoopiumgiven as confidently to n baby as to as adult Prico25 eta Large Size 50 eta THIS IS SUNSHINEI Throughout the Entire United States = Dont Fail to be- among the- number of thosewho t visit our store midget Coupon WILL RECEIVE COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE Put a in YourAND MAKE LT MORE CHEERFUL AND J HAYDON tion full and unbiased consideratior anydifferenceon or near a good road on not it is not so now Location now fixes value Col Wathen Irvine McElroy and J Ernest Abell were made a committee to meet with the Commercial Cub to arrange for HomeComing week Messrs W W Myers tL R Duri ett and Col Wathen were appointed to take a census of the acreage of wheat now growing in the county The Society will hold its next meeting at Dooms Fall Saturday May 5 at 2 p m at which every farmer of the county is cordially invited to be present At this meeting the wheat issue and road question will be the features Every one interested in these measures shouldspare the time to attend Twentyone students at Butler Co lege Indiana have been suspended for throwing ater on oneof the professors The House yesterday closed general debate on the naval appropriation bill Coal iron oil arid fire clay discovered all in one day in Hart county Logan county cow gave birth to trip lets They say theres gold silver and lead on Green river The Pain Family You know them they are theirspresence felt everywhere The names of the family are Head ache Toothache Earache Backache Stomachache etc They are sentinels that warn you of any derangement of your system When the brain nerves become ex hausted or irritated Headache makes you miserable if the stomach nerves are weak in youdoublemare prominent nerves are fectecl Neuralgia simply makes life unendurable The way to stop pain is to soothe and strengthen the nerves Dr thisThltaken as directed I find Dr Miles AntiPain Pills an excellent remedy for overcoming head painsofwiththeMRS JOE MERRILL Peru Ind byyourItfaUshe25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind yak SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN l Under this bend all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of chance advertisements of wheat corn oats arid otWer farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Land for sale or for rent not included but In serted in unother department of the paper at very low rates B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc hasforeggs 50c a setting Wood Young R F D No3 has for sale a good jump seat surrey Almost as good as new J D Sutherland route 3 has a sow and six pigs for sale or C L Brady Route 3 grass pasture which he desires to rent preferredWouldyoung cattle H R Thompson Springfield has for sale two 2yearold mules Mrs J A Cecil Frederic stQwn1 has for sale high grade Wyandott eggs Graham Perkins Cardwell have andfivePhone 9 Mrs J R Blandford Route 2hlSfor sale a lot of millett seeft- Mrs R L Mclntire R F D No 2I has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtnn 1 15W G Grundy Valley Hill has for rEgisteredMrs B L Litsey R F D No 3 has for sale Buff Orppington and Blown Leghorn eggs 15 forl NO11hasReds eggs 15 for 1 Mita Malisa Peyton Route 4 has fine Plym Rock eggs for sale 17 for 1 delivered Mrs Annie L VJze R F D No 21 PlymouthRock Clyde Goatley R F Di No 1 has for sale the S C Brown Leghorn eggs 35 cents for 16 Mrs Will Duncan RF D No has for sale Barred Plymouth Rock 3IConger strain 15 for 1 Mrs J H Walker will sell eggs per sitting of 15 her famous strain of single comb Brown Leghorns at fifty cents A C Kimball Springfield has for sale White Wyandotts White Plymouth Rock and Single Comb Brown Leghorn eggs 75 cents for 15 KyRIndia Game eggs 1 for 15 Mr How ard has for sale Duroc Jerseyhogs- Mrs Will Clements Route 1 has for sale Black Manorca eggs pure stock 15 for 75 cents Enormous wheat crop Iboked for Daniel McClure old Federal soldier died last week at his home at Hardin county To their credit nearly every Kentucky contributed to the San Francisco relief fund r free A PACKAGEOF SUNSHINE AND A SET OF SUNSHINE Furniture If 1TO THE FIRST 25 LADIES VISITING OUR STORE r TODAYsl J EVERYBODY A Little SUNSHINE Home ATTRACTIVE For Sale bYh C Neuralgia boarthoroughbred swapI SolwayI Finishes 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 sire of Volo 212 and one pacer 209 Yearling trial was 256 own brother to Chicadee 229 Mambrino Boy sire of Lizzie R 222 Mambrino Archer 2543 Five Points 219 Sadie 229if bySentinelalso the dam of Pierdmont 218 and he by Mambrino Patchen the greatest sire living or deadiThis colt combines the blood of two of the worlds greatest sires and three J 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 151iCare will be taken to p event accI- dents but I will not be responsible should any occur MOney d e when the colt js foaled or mare parted with R L PARROTT Cheaper WetIassLKN crrt- BY CINCIImrtrw JbjuCell e1 NI a Springfield Monument Co Artsr LouisvilleDaily 2one year M ONUNiENTsPRETTY SPRINGFIELD MONUMENT CO