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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY L t VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 NUMIER 24 SAW MOREr MEN DRUNK 3 IN SIX MONTHS IN THIS COUNTY Than He Saw In Six Years In the Local Option State of Kansas lived For Two Years In City of Thirty Thousand A Louisville Ky May 10 1906=Editor Sun Will you allow me to say that it gives no little pleasure to seethe citi zens of my native county arousing them selves to rid the county of liquor and sa loons and to see The Sun shedding its rays of light on the temperance side in countY1has a from the beginning There is perhaps not a home in the county that has not felt to some extent its blig ting inE been een fiuencei whereIP orbidO ifference I in the sobriety and morality ofi the in halltants by of I mention local option districts in Florida and Prohibition Kansas Fort of twelve years I lived in the Land Flowers the larger part of jthe time where local n ailed For ayjhawker itforthe sal of liquor had been voted out in towns and townships fc Florida no busi ness suffered except the liquor business It has worked so well in Kansas that it at has not been possible to resubmit the question of liquor or no liquor since prohibition was voted It is true that some liquor is sold and drank in some of these places but it is under the ban of law Thousands of young men do not know what a liquor Saloon In a recent visit to my old home in Washington county in six months I saw more drunken men and boys thin I saw in the six years I lived in Kansas and most of these were boys and young men under twentyfive years of and nearly all got their liquor at the county seat Nor was I a hermit thos i years Most of the time I made my residence in good sized towns and cities for two L years in Wichita a city of m pre than 30000 and I traveled over teState not a little while residing in it It would give me great joy to see the contest succeed Although I m never make my home in the county again some very sacred memories cluster there It was the home of myj vener able grandfather and father wfiose influence for many years was always favorable to total abstinence and ab solute prohibition of the liquor traffic as a beverage And I cannot hono- their memory better than thus encour aging the fight for a better morality and following theexample of my worthy sires W T GOrDON f1 USES DEAD MANS BODY for Pillow and Found Asleep by Side of Man He Killed Jackson Ky May 13Lyin asleep with his head resting pn the breast of a man he had just shot and killed Doc Strong was arrested in his home here today He was in a drunken stupor and was not aroused even when place in jail His victim was Bill Griffith coloredIt said the cause of the s ootin was Griffiths attempted intervention in behalf of Strongs wife lai1ed that Strong was abusing and eating the woman when Griffithwh lived near by attracted by her cries ran to her assistance He entered the Strong house and was about to take hold of the drunken negro when Stro ig suddenly presented his revolver and fired The ball struck Griffith squarely between the eyes and he fell dea wIth- out uttering a sound It is presumed that Strong then laid down andrent to sleep using the dead mans a 1110Wi 1 WILLISBURG TEMPERANCE MEETING A temperance meeting will be held atWi1li burg next Saturday afternoon p m It is earnestly desired that a large crowd bepresent Rev Williams and possibly other speakers will be present Mrs Susan Keene Pass s Away WomanIAnd a Beautiful Christian Character Mrs Susan L Keene one of the countys most highly honored and loved women died at her home in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood last Thursday May 1906 at 12 oclock noon after bripf illness of acute indigestion She was seventyfour years old and had resided in the Pleas nt Grove neighbor hood since birth Her husband Richard die thirty t vo years ago There were few vomen better loved than Mrs Keene 3he was kind and affectionateand po ssessed all of those traits of char cter which endears to the legions Her death will be not alone I y the kinsmen but a host of free ds who learned to devoutly love her be ause of her bigness heart The deceased wa j a devout member the Pleasant G ove Presbyterian church and was a eautiful Christian character Her Tel pion was not confined alone to worsh p of God from theI altars of the sanctuary but out upon the highways she fo und a work Char a y toward all whi i pleased her Mas er Funeral services were conducted by Rev Overstreet last Saturday and the remains were bUrie I in the Cemetery Pleasant GroveS BOBTAYLOR The Most Loved Man In Tennessee Nomina d For U S Senate Nashville Tennt May 12TheI Nashville American will say in its is sue tomorrow that f rmer Gov Robert Taylor has been n minated in Democratic primaries for United States Senator over Edwa d W Carmack present incumbent y a majority of 9000 The Legislature wl ich meets in Jan uary next will elect aylor to the Sen ate his term begIn ng the following Match Carmack r ires after leaving served one term inL ic Senate before which he was amemfcsr of the House from the Tenth Tenm sse district His home is in Memphis ofralong drawn out can paign which has aroused more bitterness and general in terest in the State than any other po litical struggle since that in which An drew Jackson was elected to tihe Senate shprtly after the close of thecivil war Taylors great personal popularity andI the fact that he is per aps better known to the voters of Te lessee than any other mart prominent in public life in the last quarter of a century proved obstacles that Carmac k despite a bril leant campaign and a splendid organization could not Qve ome Well Deserved 2 cLaRue Herald H nBen Johnson of Bardstown who is the only candi COngrCSSionallIi ind Nelson hasI grown and with it hm been Mn Johnsons neigh orly interest in our people Mr John on will not have opposition in his cand dacy and will be given the nomination ithout a contest which is assuredly a high compliment but one which he wea rs easily and one which is well deserved In the halls of Congcss the people re ilizo that he will care for the interest of the Fourt Congressional district with the som fidelity that he i in intending to his own busincSBlaffai s or that he has shown in the StatpLe iSI tuti A DISCOVERY AT WILLISBURG Which Mean Thousands of Dollrslto The People Silicate has been discovered in Washington county Over one thousand cresI near Willisburg has been found to con tain a deposit of silicate in large quantities Several tests have been made by competent authorities and all show it to be first class oxide of silicon If developed throughly it would make a large fortune and land is being held atone thousand dollars an acre There are very few silicate mines in the United States and this fact lends double value to the discovery The existence of the deposit has been known for three years but the people of the community found it out when experts from Louisville sent a man this spring to buy it Last week Representative W D Claybrooke took samples of the earth to the State geologist but was not able to obtain an analysis before his return home CLOSINGEXERCISES Of Springfield Graded School Last Friday Evening Last Friday evening at the Opera the Springfield Graded School held its annual closing exercises before large and very appreciative audience The program which with a few variations was published in The Sun two weeks ago was a very enjoyable one and was diversified in character being composed of vocal and instrumental selections declamations and the valedictory addresses Prof Colvin and his assistants are to be congratulated upon the very successful termination of the weeks of labor they have given to their pupils in order that upon this occasion they might shed luster upon themselves ad their school for the entire program passed off without a hitch and the cur tains were managed so well that while the program was long all present could have listened longer attentively and with pleasure This was but another VIctory for our school and but another manifestation of what our girls and boys can do Comparisons are odi ous and we have none to make we merely wish to mention some of the selections which seemed to please the audience most highly While the differ ent selections were repeatedly and vigorously applauded Prof Colvin permitted only one encore Miss Mary Haydon and Will Waters in Why Dont You ToeIand was heartily applauded Walter Clements in his declamation Regulus gave splendid evidence of oratorical and declamatory ability Only a Message from Home Sweet Home and Evening Chimes were two vocal selections both beauti ful and well rendered as was also the case with Last Night as sung by Misses Medley and Margin The most difficult selection was the piano solo KamennoiOstrow of MiSs Mary Lamptqp which she played admirably The valedictory delivered by John S McElroy Jr was scholarly and thoughtful anti was well delivered John was the only graduate and next yeas will attend college Biit they were all good and if we had thespace we could tell wherein each was but one feature to mar the whole entertainment and that was the inattention and noise of a part of the audience This may come from heed lessness or a lack of appreciation but what ever the cause may be the offend ers should guard against it A Year of Blood The year 1903 will long be remembered in the home of F N Tacket of Alli ance Ky as a year of blood which flowed so copiously from Mr Tackets lungs that death seemed very near He writes evere bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough had brought me takenDrtion with the astonishing result that comepermantly cured Guaranteed for Sore Lungs Coughs and Colds at C J 81Trial I 1 five to One In Brush Grove Editor SunThe people are talking earnestly discussing local option in this section Everywhere every dayI it is the topic of conversation nAbout five to one are in favor of lcaloption Count Brush Grove precinct in the dry column by an overwhelming majority We are all back of Rogers Gore and The Sun THAD CHEA- THAMDANV1LLE As a Local Option Town Discussed by Dr Pearce The services which have been in progress at the Methodist church for a week closed last night Dr Pearcei of Danville has been conducting the services and by his eloquence his learning and his earnestness has made a last ing impression Dr Pearce does not appeal to the emotions but preaches learned sermons which remain with one to treasure and pouder over The subject of his sermon last even ing was Danville As a Local Option City This sermon or lecture was unusually strong and convincing He presented proof to show that Danville had been greatly benefitted in many ways since it became a localoption town He said the population of the town had greatly increasedand that property had doubled in value In fact the speaker said Danville had been booming ever since the saloons were closedjust the old story retold of more money to spend for sugar and coffee and calico Business had doubled and more enterprises had come intQ the town Mr Pearce said that he had resided in Danville for 24 years and he paid a glowing tribute to themoral ity of the town He said that 90 percent of the crime committed in Boyle county was committed at Junction City where until a short time ago they had saloonsThe discourse from every standpoint was strong Dr Pearce Will probably be in the county during the contest PEOPLE Have Changed and the Candidate Has a New Platform LaRue Herald Did you ever think what a change has been wrought in the people of Kentucky in recent years in one particular It was only a few years ago that no politician running for any office from Coroner to Governor would dare let it be known that he favored such a measure as local option if you could find one that did really favor such measures Today LaRue county has a Represen tative in the Lower House of the Gen eral Assembly who is an outspoken and vigorous advocate of all such measures We have as our State Senator a man who did all he could along that line dur ing the recent session of the Legisla ture The Fourth Congressional district has a Democratic nominee for Congress who in the last Legislature did all in his power to secure the passage of the temperance measures before the legisla ture kind instead of apologizing in the oldstyle manner for his conduct is proudof the position he took and has no apology to offer for doing what he knew was right and was best for the people Kentucky has for the first time since the war a Chief Executive who openly favored the passage of a temperance bill and who used his political influence to see that it weathered all the storms Itmay be claimed that these politi cians are merely pandering to public clamor but we do not believe that they are so actuated We believe they are controlled by their sense of right and wrong But were they controlled by- the demands of the public they would- onlybe responding to the desires of their constituency and that illustrates what a great change has been made with the masses in this particular It is really wonderful how public sentiment has changed on the question of temper ance measures in Kentucky Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land are Dr Kings New Life Pills theyuicklyying work goes right on l3estcurefo constipation headache and dizziness 25c at C J Haydon druggist FAMILYREUNION Of Cocanougher familyA Hap py Event Having come to the 73rd year in the pilgrimage of life the children and friends of Mrs Nancy widow of the late Geo Cocanougher Sr arranged to give her surprise birthday dinner So on the morning of May 10 to her astonishment her children grandchildren relatives and friends began to gather in each bringing a basket of good things For 109 years this old homestead has been the resort and protection of the Cocanougher family We all feel at home there for it is ours by the laws of birthright so it was with a glad step and a feeling of pride that we again entered into its sacred walls When dinner was announced we found spread before us everything that the appetite could desire The aged mother her stalwart sons and loving daughters who are battling with the stern realities of life the grandsons and daughters who are just budding into man and womanhood and the ten der child of the fourth generation relatives and friends all gathered around 84 in number the table board while at the head of the table sat she whose a birth we met to celebrate The furrowed cheek the stooping form and subdued voice plainly told us that the conflicts- of life had been long and severe that many battles had been won and lost We talk of honor that should be conferred upon queens and women of high rank but we feel like taking off our hats to the mother that has reared a family of noble boys and girls and sent them out to be a blessing to mankind May the giver of life spare this mo her many years and in the evening of life may she lean upon Him who has I pro raised never to leave nor forsake arias her sun sinks beneath the wes tern horizon may it rise to shine on the bright eternal shore But in that happy gathering we missed the ence of him who for forty years wast the companion of her whom we honor we found a vacant chair hIS t voice we could not hear but in the picture on the wall above the mantel we found the familiar face of our dear old uncle and the cold marble in the family burying ground under which he sleeps tells us of his last resting place The company after bidding their aged mother and relative Goodbye went home feeling the occasion had been a happy one C LECTURE =Of Dr McCormack Was Enter taining and Instructive Dr J N McCormack of Bowling Green chairman ofthe State Board of highlY1incttructive IIbehalfAmerica and during this period has traversed a great part of the United States and its possessions Dr Mc- Cormack is a very entertaining talker He showed the deficiencies of physi cians in the course ot his talk and why their petty animosities had cost not only them but their as well verv dearly Hefelicitated all upon the fact that this spirit was passing away and that with its passing the profession would be broadened better sanitary laws enacted and the people gs- a whole helped Dr McCormack showed why the people the lawyers the drug gist the clergy in short why all should unite with the medical profession in stamping out and preventing disease in discouraging quackery and in abolish ing patent medicines whose chief com ponent is mean liquor If disease is once stamped out the office of the physician thtnce forth will be that of adviser to prevent the occurrence and not that of practioneer to cure Dr McCormack advised the formation of societies and clubs for the promotion of science and also the establishment in the State and in each county of tom petent Boards of Health presentsrd at Lew isportlast week Cheatham ReUnion The members of the family of C R Cheatham of Willisburg Ky met at the home of their mother Mrs Susan Ann Cheatham to celebrate her sixty second birthday The occasion was quite a surprise to Mrs Cheatham and itfilled her heart with joy to see all of her kinsman Those present were Dr L T Cheatham and daughter Ella May of Louisville Mr W P Cheat ham and wife Misses Nora Pearls Mollie Odell and Messrs Irl Carl Glide and Ray Cheatham of Brooks ville James Cheatham and wife of Willisburg F H Ash wife and little son Collis Russell of Pulliam George Royalty and wife Willie Royalty and wife and two little sons Ray and Ray = mood of Chaplin Ky and Herbert Wilson Shepherdsville Other rela tives who would have added pleasure to the occasion but who found it impossible to be present were Mrs Kate Arnold of Maudj Mrs Alice Cull of Kirkwood Dr R H Cheatham of Colorado Joseph and Austin Cheatham of Illinois All present spent a delightful day The table was fairly crowded with tempting edibles But when the eyes of all turned to the head of the table a gloom was cast over the happy party for there was the vacant chair of C R Chratham the beloved husband and father whom God had called away from wife and childrenjWhen the hour of parting came each said goodbye to mother and recorded wishthat she would be with them for l many happy days to come NEWSY LETTER from IFredericktown Serious III rness of Mr Hill i At last we can walk from Croakesj and vi c pity around to FredencKtowh withou swimming therivers and creeks A substantial walk bridge has beentIspanned across Cartwrights waters and we cant do quite a while yet without ferry boats or flying machines The bridges a neat and solid piece of work done br Mr Montgomery our carpen ter who had the able assistance of our friend Kell Thompson We hope the bridge will lasta long time and increase the business of the growing little Burg All te talk of the day is the sickness aiman more visitors and in quirers than this old landmark and clever citizen Mr Hill is approaching it the eighties and was soon to celebrate 1intrustedj his strength too much and a much exertidn and the fewf bad col4 days we had lately brought him to this condition We hcpe yet that he may be spared All his children are with him We were glad to meet them o ce more although we would have wifehed it were under better cir cumstances Four boys Fred Bert Sam and Will came all the way from Kansas Mrs Field came to see her CeIto a few hundred acres of land at Wal nut Kan while Sam has an important office inthe Railroad Co of the Fort Scott Kansas All four are fathers of big families and they area credit to their worthy parents Miss Louise Settles went to church services at Fredericktown last Sunday with het brother Mrs J A Cecil with her two children went to Louisville for arest She will stay wi hherbrother Albert Thom P son wh6 is a very prosperous business man in the city Mrs Tine Cecil from Bear Wallow has been assisting her father Mr HilL all the last weekIMr and Mrs George Brent from Lebanon were up last Sunday to visit their sick grandfather inted1deputyyW F Booker to take Mr James goodIChoice I1herelwill be a temperance lecture soon at Botland by an able Christian preacher we hope a good crowd will go to her himtBrother Williams of Springfield was out on r igloos duties around Booked 1 some tine ago 0 2l l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906wI Blue Grass Tournament Probably the greatest High School event that hasever taken place in Kenar lucky is the Blue Grass High School Tournament that will be Held at Har Todsburg next week May 2425 and 26 These Tournaments have been held for several years but none have occasioned the interest both on behalf of the school and the public that the present p one has Especially to the people of Springfield this Tournaments is of vital interest as it is the first time our Graded School has ever entered and particularly since we seem destined to to carry off a small share of the honors The contests cover such aj large field that they are of interest to every one Contests will be held in declamations music common and high school branches athletics and baseball We lave entries in every class of events and the people of the toWn have so much confidence in the school that a goodly delegation of old bYS whose school days haye been over these thirty or forty years will join the jioung ones and go along to root for the team and tontestants The Harrodsburg people say they can accommodate all comers and the Springfield delegation is taking them at their word Seventeen cities and tows will be represented with nearly foujr hundred contestants Entries have Been made from the schools at ShelbyviJle Ftem ingsburg Williamstown Owenton Nichol svil1e Mt Sterling Burgin Walton Pleasureville Danville Har jrodsburg Lebanon Stanford Lexing in ton Eminence Hustonville and Spring field oThe contests will be in Female Declamation Male Declamation Vocal solo female solo male vocal duet vocal quartette chorus oral spelling rapid calculation for pupils underj twelve written spelling mental and practical arithmetic Kentucky history United States history English Grammar civil Grain For Chickens Wen t elt a short time ago In one of our a er pertinent ex I presslon says American Fat cler It owas NA gill of millet seed Is better l Iban a quart The small scef Induce the hen to scratch for theta ThIs statement Is true We wlt messed the dire disaster of the wtter de struction of many hundreds 6f young chicks In a brooder house thr ugh the feeding of too much mflh t seed Millet seed should be fed as extra oij dessert just a little now and then coax the liens along and to Induce them to scratch In the litter for Itjut a few seed in the grain mixture for the little chicks not much just about a table spoonful to a quart of mixture Thi will be of benefit where tdo much will destroy their lives It Is too 0Hy too rich Its tendency is to swell up and clog the bowels This Is why It proves destructive to both old an l ydung fowls when fed too liberally Kaffir corn Is recommended fpr young chicks So Is pearl barley Efoth are good Neither of these however should be fed whole They should al ways be cracked Into two cr more pieces before they are fed to my ex tent either to young chicks liens o r pigeons Kaffir corn that Is thoroughly wen dried Is almost as hard as a bulls- and jut as easy of reduction In the crop of the poultry For these reasons it should be cracked or broken r pen before being fed A little of this like th millet may be fed to grown poultry o pigeons but not young squibs or chicks We often recommend hulled bats for poultry of all kinds This Is to avol the feeding of the husks br hulls of the sate Where you cannot obt In the lulled oats get them clipped This Is kits passed through machinery and the greater part of the hull trimmer there from This reduces the coast miftlo of the husks It Islu its natural state more than onehalf husks Wheu f to poultry In Its natural stattj must grind up anti consume one pint Straw to every quart of oats tha Is fell to them The straw or husk or iiull the oats has no rood value whatever For tlils reason It is a waste if ti and labor In the life of the lion to eon pel her to grind up the hull of the outs whIch retards rather than iucrea iqs the egg production Then again th point at the oat hull Is very sharp ant when fed to any extent it Is possible that It will laqerate the Interior of the crop of tile fowl creating an irritation that may lead to disease Someof the best authorities In the veterinary world dalni that much of the poultry that dies without apparent cause may attributed to the Irritation 6f tb passagetoats and outer sharp pointed gral Whether this be true or not can bp sn stantlatcd by those who feed any qua ilty of oats to their poultry The great er part of the onts that are fed toj pm try at tile present time Is ground in meal and mixed Into the mash foqd Rheumatism- Why suffer from this painful malac when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm gives relief Hundreds of grateful people testify to the ma ica- lpoyer of this remedy over rheumalism- Far sale by every reliaple dealer ihthe Bide Grass I 6 r government geography composition letter writing elementary algebra higher algebra hig icr arithmetic plane geometry plane trigonometry beginc ners Latin Caes sr Cicero Vergil English composition physical gcogtraphy English lit rature tory public oral sj oiling penmanship drawing physiolog Greek history andt man history The athletic events will consist of fifty yard dash one hun dred yard dash standing jump broad jump throwing t velve pound shot throwing hammer a id baseball The Springfield graded school didt not enter in all of these but it will have enough entri s to make it interesting for visitors from here The baseball contest promises to be close Eight schools will t ry for the pennant Stanford Flemings urg Williamstown Owentpn Mt Sterling Hustonville Harrodsburg and Sj ring field Our contestants with the prizes in many of the contests are as following Female declamat on Mary Haydon first and second prizes gold medal Male declamatior Lyman Barber first and second prizes gold medalIVocalsolofemale Mary HaydonI first and second prizes gold medalIVocal solomale Will Waters Jr prize gold medal Vocal duet Louise Medley and Frances Martin pr zes gold medal to each English grammar Lynn Bush first and second prizes g ld medal Higher arithmetic Charley Hungate first prize set of Hu sons Shakespear 23 volumes cocoa I prize gold medal l English compositio i John SMcElroy i first and second priz s gold medal English literature John S McElroy first and second priz is gold medalIFifty yard dash Frank McCabe prize pair of ball sh es Hundred yarddas John S McElroy prize fine hat Broad jump Joh S McElroy prize not yet announced Told by Angels to Kill Franklin InllA room at the John son county Infirmary was occupied by three patients The mas Darrell 55 years old Cyrus Blown 81 and Sam uel Kephart paraly sed About midnight Kephart Some one walk acr ss the room arid call to Brown He noticed Darrell standing at the side of Browns bed and heard him sa that two angels hadcome to him in a dream and tola him to kill Brown Brown tried to pacify Darrell and told him there was nothing in the dream and to g back to bed whereupon Darrell picked up an Iron cuspldo and began beat ing Brown over thelhead striking him sour or five terrific blpws and mash ing his head to a tfttlpIWhile the miJrder was being com matted Kephart was powerless to move and could only hear the moan of the murdered m in and tho blows from the Iron weap n He could no even call for help sit Is only h difficulty that he can utter a few telligible sentences After Darrell had finished his mu derbus work and found that he ha killed Brown he went into the next room and told snot er inmate named thte o persuade him to go back to bed Dar rell refused to obey and asked Cleve land to go Into tharoom with him deard Cleveland found Brown with hi head crushed to a pulp an- he aroused the custodian Jaco Levrtn Coroner Terhune and were calledDarrell was stiertBaldwla Sheriff Baldwin apd He re aHzcdlwha he has done but would W y he committed the deed excep that two angels in his dream sayeels no ill feeling en existedof AnswereddrmeIHarrodsburg Herald We crckcd this week ly a delinquent subscrib why we kept on sending the paper after the subscription date has expired Every weekly noose per in towns th size are forced to do this Should stop subscriptions uhen time expires nine times out of ten the subscriber insiercf Rather than to cast 4 reflection against rayUfor a a home apes to continue sending ti paper after the time has expired It is tocityas it subscribers live at a distance and are not personal friends is is the case wit a majority ofouc subscribers Our toyT rityandcotinue to seid them the paper after their time ha expired Should any desire their PaPa ds ontinuedthey should notify us and r mitJ to date then if tliepaper is not stopped we tee that it doesnt cost them a cent fioroTcityjOrlgltllLl Among the early followers of WI1 flout renn to this country was a young who called themselves Wtluvn in They hawed u great dlfferiiiee In loliiuMiifiit from the othor settlers wife especially Indicating by her mitt ner and a certain tineness of phys ical texture that she hail come from fetter classes That they wore Jer mat was indicated by their name nl1tWUtI n period when Europe was n c mtiniml warfsrre the multi causes joins the issues between the two re Hgic us divisions Catholics and Irbtes In oneof those wars tluvcapitol of Oil of the principal ivrman stateIwas invested by the emperor who rep rese iteil the Catholic party TheI bur hers awaited the enemys attack bold id their breastworks knowing thntI hch existence both as individuals and as a people depended on their success ful defense for in those days it was not incommon on capturing city toIput 1ue Inhabitants to the sword As soon as the advancing force came with n striking distance the besieged pour d a terrible fire In their faces but with ut the effect of arresting their on ward march Moving on to the very ramparts they carried them at the point of their pikes The leader of the defenders was killed anti all seemed lost when a young officer grasping a flog that lay on the ground beside the dead body of the man who hail borne rlt and raising jt aloft cried out to his comrades to meet death like men since they must die and not wait to be butchered The effect was magical Forming as best they could about their new louder they dashed forward with the fury of despair The enemy who were climbing over the breastworks were checked then recoiling gave way and clambered back overthe walls and tied down the declivity The city was saved But there was a damper on the rejoicings The young omcliwlIt had turned tle tide who hud hen the people their lives had fallen desperately wounded lIe was put on a Stretcher mid earned to a hospital where the doctors did what they could to save him This was not much the Question of his life lay with nature Ilq was so far gone us to be unconscious and they finally left him expecting that lie would soou die Meanwhile the city was ringing with the sufferers praise and the sur geons went out they wore besieged with anxious inquiries regarding him to which they could only respond with out comfort The uuconsclous hero Ja- yIin u stupor for hours then groaned and opened his eyes Sear blot sat a young girl who was evidently u nurse is the city saved1 he cried with as much vigor as he could command It Is and you are considered Its savior The man closed ifs eyes again and- o fell back Into unconsciousness Six weeks later a ceremony was held at the palace The sovereign gave an audience to the hero who had recov Bred at which a gold medal was to be presented him on one side of which was his name on the other an Inscrlp tlonTo the savior of the city As theshonor the girl who had nursed the sod fromtbehind the throne and thlnmedal on our heros breast princerdToff have been one of the most ful of those ladies of our court who volunteered to nurse our soldiers As the girl attached the decoration It was plain to all present who saw the lovellght In the eyes of both her and the soldier that they were lovers The young man by virtue of his heroism was permitted to spend some time with his former nurse who he now discovers cd was a connection of the prince- d There is a great gulf fixed between royal and plebeian blood and the couple knew that eves the savior of a city could not aspire to the hand of n princess Butt th young man was as during In love as In war nail when the clrl told him that separation from hl would be for worse than death he said Are you wllllug to resign your ran for me IThen go with me to that far county beyond the Atlantic where those wb woiilil be tree from our European in justices are making theniselves new limes There live unknown as a print cess of the blood But the new is a barbarous country full of danger yoeu will hear the war vcboop of savages Choose I have chosen I will go with you t isWhen a rim months later a plainly dresseil bride descended from nsal wenoel stepped on to the dock at Pulladcl plila those looking were struck with the high born air that clung to her even In the wilds of America The 1couple called themselves Wehrensteln which was an assumed name Notlilu of the hero who had saved the city r named to the man nothing of the pr1 cess remarried to the woman except a IebeartnJ neither could lay off To the Quakers they were simply Gorman in- migrnutwhQ had come like most of th- or e rest of the population to escape either persecution for consciences sake or to hide some disgrace Since the Weiner hstelns seemed to have no strong re ligious prejudices the former view lu their case for awhile remuluqd though It made no difference In the treatment they received When some years after their arrival the man saved the mates of u blockhouse from massacre by Indians he was considered a hero Bu no one knew that lie hail saved a rtlty HELEN VI TDRfill 1 L t aWS TRUMBO CO- t T Furniture and Carpets Louisville = Kent ckyZ I Chiffonier 650 This is a lit resize Chiffonier made of solid rgedrawersfurnish this same chiffonier without the mirror for 450 Sanitary Couch 375 1L Center Table 125 This is a solid oak table has a 24x24 inch top nice golden oak finish We are making a specialty this table at 1 25 Itof THIS 4 Folding G carts or Park I Carts atl50 1 t 4This Gocart has rubber tires has reclining back so that the can sloecan be folded up so that it is easily carried and will take up very little room We can furnish the same cart that does not recline for175 This couch has a heavy steel frame i has a National Fabric Spring with three rows of spiral spring supports 1This can beused as a couch or when open for a bed it is four feet wide making it full size and makes an elegant bed Iron Bed 08 Ift We can furnish this bed in either lull or single size It has a nice brass rod across the and is finished in the best white enamel The chills are heavy and are finished in golden bronze H W B TRUMBO COi H Furniture a nd Carpts S W CORNER 9th AND MARKET STREETS LOUISVILLE KY- IS SUNSHINE DAY Throughout the Entire 7CCkFellr l PACKAGE to be OF numberSUNSHINE finishes of boseANDOF who visit G fIR SUNSHINE Furniturei imu eunskixr lrour store FroRTHEandNtW tHADE3 iigefa T 25 LADIES STOREgTODAYnEVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE u Put a Little SUNSHINE iri Your Homey AND t MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For a t The Louisville Herald and Sun 200 bY t r J l H ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 ii J t J + it if M if 4 1M 1 1 I A Y HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS JI1i ft LLI PA Y CASHpWI + t j i i 1 AFuiICaoIBGxfi i tjOYfOreV as lonr as Jack Frost still lingers with us If the coal + conies from our yard the coal box keeps full longer Thats because COAL t LASTS LONGER that we sell If you dont believe it just try it Qne trial and the saving of some dollars will convince you in our favor 1 Order a l Had today jf ir 1j WooL WOOL Hauling FAIR TREATMENT H NEST DEALINGS 1 jI IALWAYSDOWHATISAYILLDQI t tJ ti d t1i vci- p M1pj JONES JrifJ w11 fi Witi ot 1 r+ M UM + + + + fii + H FARMERS Meet at Lebanon and Talk Plans For Handling the Wheat Crop Lebanon Enterprise At a meeting of the local branch of the American So ciety of Equity at D ems Hall last Saturday there was a good attendance and several excellent talks were made on the wheat prospects and on that other very important question which every farmer is vitally interested in appoinjtedsus of the wheat acreage of the county was not ready to report and further time was granted The fnformttionwas- gathered prospects for however a good yield are excellent On account of the better organization of the farmers over the country it was declared wheatwould higher prices this season It was sajd that farmers were more inclined to hold their pro ducts until they could get more reason able prices than ever before and that this ddisposition having national propor tions better results wer sure to accrue The keynote all along the line nmon the members of the society is taUjet reasonable price and to fond the trade comes to it With reference to question County thlroads took up the proposition mile which the National offers to build free provided the county will furnish the material and fuel Under this proposition Mr Spalding though- citizens should furnish the material an if this would be done he believes the Fiscal Court would be a jle to enter into an agreement for the onstruction otI this sample mile of urnpike that would be in every sense satisfactory to the public Mr T J Ci rrico offered to furnish all rock that would be needed free of cost The agita ion this subject is receiving is sure to b ing good fruit and it is earnestly hope the good wor will go on until some plan is dovise that will insure to every section of the county roads that wills and both wear and weather The Societys next eeting will beheld Saturday May 1 at which all farmers and especially those who will b have wheat to sell are Cordially invited JObe present A special session of trie Boyle county Circuit Court had been called to clea up the docket THE HUMUS Exposur to Sun After Plowing or the AI plication of Lim Apt to Be Des ructive of This Element What known as humus In the soil la vege ble matter In the process or decay Some of this vegetable decays Ir few weeks while others require everal years to change their form This mass of vegetable matter In the soil adds bulk to It which bulk both hel sto let In the air and to re tain moisture The decaying vegetable matter h Ids more moisture than tlie soil particles and It han been showjn that soil rich In humus has largcjr per cent of moisture at all times of the year than does soil out of which the humu j has been exhausted Humus Is destro ed not only by this natural eXJOsurctby the plow It Is also destroyed by quicklime which In doing so liberates the plant food For this reason says applicationIe tIe structive In Its results The loss of humus in the soil weakens it In regard to its abi ity to resist drouth and to produce c spat L BELIED R IN DEEP PLOWING Areg1theMethod 1 I bellevj in deep plowing writes a Missouri farmer because deept whJchhodswhere thd soil Is shallow l like to plow a little deeper each year and in so doing rill gradually Increase the harmdw can SUfracecorrugated form so that harrow o cutter can get hold to do the work The furrovf slice must not stand on the end p be turned flat point is to not plow when too wet fof it will Injure the soil and tl aground will bo harder to worn aftterwarda ont get In too paysdto Had a CIOSjeCall HA dang rous surgical operation in volving the o a malignant ul cer as large as toY hand from m daughter tip was prevented by th of Salve says A 3 Stickel oil Miletus W Va Persistent Use of tile Salve omplet u Jjt CURE For Hydrophobia is Simple Save This It May Save You Harrodsburg Herald R J of Danville furnishes the following infallible cure for mad dog bites It was published here about ten years ago but as several rabid dogs have recently been killed in this vicinity we reproduce it The Judge says fThe time between the biting of an animal by a mad dog and the showing signs of hydrophobia is not less than nine days butt it may be nine months After the animal has become rabid a scratch of a tooth upon a person or slobber coming in contact with a sore or raw Mr House holder It has always been my desire to se cure for my cus toners the best of everything atiithe lowest podsi blc price As regards paint in particu pleasedto after thorough investigation I have accepted the exclusive agency for Haiitmar Con densed Paint guamnteltl with hack of this u guarantee the great St Louis House of Hanunarv with a half million dollars centul1rCputntionThere i no guess work about Tam- tear Paint Wq sell you the paintratul- oil separately mirwith is stick Paint lives only sb long as the oil in it lives Wlicn you mix the paint with oil yourself which takes but a minute wo absolutely guarantee it to wear for five oft1antFeparittelymix it with hammer Paint you save 25 which means itia nutshell that you have not paid for canned oil at paint prices One gallon Hnmrnar Paint and one gallon linseed oil covers six hundred whicheing and longest lasting paint in the irorW ThereY il R L Cecil fredcricktown Ky i J iWi ik r I will want your wool this season aniof Y course ilt I will have the price Now is the time to sell i H 1j l t P rFi + t tI have bought the transfer business of Mr Allen and will the i rbusiness When you have any hhuling to do telephone me t 4ia I itw Ir JONES MOTTO I JI f i tW +t + RETAINING s matter a a slitt Another- Importilnt applicatiofi Breckenridge a continue place will produce hydrophobia justthe same asif bitten by a mad dog Hydro phobiacan be prevented and I wiN give what is well known to jbe ar infallible remedy for man and beast it properly administered A dose for a horse or cow should be four times as much as for a person It is not top late to give the medicine any time before the spasms come on The dose for a person is one and onehalf ounces of elecampane root bruised put in a pint of new milk re duced to one half by boiling take all at once in the morning fasting until the afternoon orat least a very small diet until several hours are past The sec ond dose same as first except tale two ounces of the root Third same as sec ond Thraedosea are all thats needed and there need be no gear as I know from my own experience and know of a number of cases wherej it was entirely successful This is no gUesswork The persons alluded tp had been bitten by heir own dugs tvhich were then tied up to see If they were really mad They proved to be mad and the remedy was successful A physician told me he had known of the use of this remedy for over thirty years and never knew jt to fail when properly administered He related a case where a number of cows were bitten and penned half in one pen and half in the other to half the remedy was given and they were saved The other half diee from the dread hydro phobia This remedy is printed for what it is worth But in every instance of mad dog bite a physician should be at once called and the patient sent as quickly to a pesteur institute In the meantime as the shove prescription is entirely harmless and simple it might also be tried If a madstone is at hand apply thjit also Leave no measure of preventives against this most horrible of all fates untried t But the Pasteur sciencetSciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than twenty years Mr J B Massey of 3322 Clintoh St Minne bYsciaticaTheduring this time is beyond comprehen sion Nothing gave him any permanent PainBalmrelieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and less than one bottle MrMasseybenefit of others who may be similarly afficted If troubled with sciatica or rheumatism why not try a 25 cent bot yourselfhow theBlueI SPARROW The lazy man has been having a good time the past two weeks At first it j1nythingandSweazy Calve rt received wool at this place last Thursday at 30 cents per pound Ben Long sold to Sweazy Calyert a nice bunch of hogs at 5J cents R N Vowels bought of Jesse FerrelL one sorrel mare for 0 plantedinthismg very prosperous Tobacco plants are doing fairly well Dr W T Barnett and wife of Mack WiththeLittle Miss Ice T Cammack is at home after sppndinga few days with her aunt Mrs A Crawfill atVandyke Ky Mrs Allie Barnett and daughter Miss Jappa spent Saturday night and Sunday with the family of Dave Yo cum at Leathers Store FairI There will iTherepresent to address the crowd All are cordially invited to attend especially those who have friends andrelatives buried thereiMrs Tinsley is very low at this writing with infirmities due to old age Not if as Rich as Rockefeller a If you had all the wealth of Rocks feller the Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and Diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this iaUreduced with water is pleasant to take Every family should be supplied with ife Sold by reliable dealer in the Blue Gaass Two yellow poplar logs measuring 2500 feet of lumber sold in Brecken ridge county last week for 225I iiN1 1w The Kurfees Paint EVERY GALLON GUARANTEED 1 You jan see the guarantee right on the can Thous ands of gallons of the paint have been sold in this thelargetdelivertheless money than others sell for Letme figure on your paint bill Drop me a postal P will save you money Dont forget that the KURFEES PAINT stands r inthTCTATUMVALLEY HILL KfNTUCKYj 1 d j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 ji V or tt BARGAINS9 fit Job Lot Store fit t+ tHere are Only a few of the Many Bargains you will ifind our store o lSuits from 200 up + Hats ateSO cents Pants cents Ladies Stylish Shof 100 + Skirts from 1U0 up + A big lot of Ladies 2 Slipbers at 75 cents + + 4t 1000 5Qc Shirts at 2 and 2Scents 1 Theselprices are only a few f the exceedingly low ttit you will find by coming to our store Everything low Come and see itS SSHRAGER BR S It p r yi rfA + +Ji ff Ji 4 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 9 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION + r ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the pos ffice at SPriri field KYI for transm ssion through the mallS as secondclhss matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year J100 MX Months j 50 Three Months + 25 WIn writing to have yonr address changed always ve the to which your pape- I going as well as the postoffice to which you wish isent ANNOUNCEMENT CONGRESS We are authorizes to announce HON BEN JOHNSON of Nelson county is a candidate for Congress in the Fourth Congressional district subject to the action of the Democratic Primary Saturday June 2 1906 CIRCUIT CO RT CLEEK We are authonzed to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate fo Circuit Clerk o Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party THE FARMER THE INKANDTHEBEA R A fa rwasrentlvdiscussing local option with a friend int town The friend Was inclined toargu that we had just as well vote for whiskythat w would hav e whisky anyhow that jt would do no good to close the saloon etc The farmer answered him thusly Every time I minkI in my chic n house although I am aW re otherminks saitihe you remember the old story about the father who rescued hi son from the den of bears an how he carried the rescued bo to the frightene mother an then hastely wet up into the mountain to kjll bar He only found one bear he killed it j although he kn tr w there were other bears but he hunted day i and day out killin fewer bearsa the days gent by until finally h announced Tha aint a bar in all the mountains and now wife you can send the boys out to gather the berries and thar wont be any danger from the bfaift Its a Dsitionl If ro keep on aktlhnlbars after a while the bar kingdom will ge very small twont enough to accom date a houndpuppy and a couple of fle asiA fellow down in Arkansas was recently sent to the penitentiary- for stealing 600 from his wife It served him He had no business marryiIigIrich t JTHE NOMINEE Thursday May 17 whichra ate nomination for Congress from the Fourt district can enter the race lOf course there will be no ot er entries and the nom ination will go to Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown At anI early date the Congressional Committee will meet In Louis vine and under a ruling of the StateCentralCpmmittee itwill be necessary for the committee toj resolve itself into a convention and snake the nomination as it would ybe made by a delegated convention ZZZ No man in the Fourth district has received such a compliment at the hands of the Democracy as has Mr Johnson And he appre dates the honor too There is not a more appreciative or grate ful ma to be found than Mr Johns and we believe after h serves c ne term in Congress hi constit ents will be convinced of this 1 he Democracy of the dis trict as they become better ac quainted with him will be mor anxious to honor him than now he improves on acquaintance Wtyen you know him better Yo will set more of the Great Main n him We have known him for several years and as the acquaint- f ance grew older our friendsh for him grew stronger He has always Been open and frank wit friends he never misleads nor de ceives them he never takes un due adv ntage of an enemy buT he was never known to flicker when the war was on Hes morallyeand has in overabundance of ex ecutive bilityjHe is going to make the dis trict an ideal Congressman There may be some people in aItheJohnson will occupy a seat in th Cantlallover with pure unadulterated llowls morelmanner r j WHY OH WHY CourierntiVatstoebouquets totle President In view ofeddys flounce tciward whit the conservatives call Populismin view of his skee daddling from a Republican plat- t form onto a Democratic aVmJenningsBryan platform understant d M arse Henri ever worked himself tip tothepint of saving it But some times as a man even an old man grows older he has a change of heart The whble country will be glad when that Railroad Rate Bill is wiped off the Congressional slate DISHONOR A friend said to usa few days ago A roan can amount to a great deal politically if he is honest and honorable We be lieve our friend is mistaken we knov he is There are of1 men in this country who haeJ been successful in politics and have kept their honor untarnished Its the little trickster the little liar the little grafter that soon gets out of the game if he ever succeeds in getting in The bigbrain man the bigsoul man doesnt do questionable things in order to carry a point even if the successful carrying of that point seems equivalent to an election It is one among the impossiblethings for a little man a man with a puckered soul to lead legions of men He shrinks from the firing line and makes for the rear when the bat tIe begins The man who prac tices deceit whether in public or- pr vate life soon has the finger of corn pointed at him from all the highways and byways and ba kalleyshe is soon recognized- as a rag and a bcn and a hank of jhair and never as a man Deceit is a form of ingratitute The individual who would deceive a friend in order to further his own aims and interests is a base ingrate The crime of ingratitude in some respects is worse than the crime of robbery The robber may have a hungry child and he steals to feed it his wife may be shivering with coldand he steals to clothe her but the ingrate has no excuse whaterer For his ingratitude and deceit He stands before his little world enveloped r in a cloak ofcri rison with a scarlet letter on his beast Deceit is a cankered thing and its scalings are poisonous ingrat itude is an offspring of Deceit and the child hkth the fangs of a serpent The man who swaps Honor for Coin and Friendship for Po liticalPieCounterPottage may deemaysbreath his last in a Mansion By the Sea but upon his page in the Great Ledger the Recording aned the men he wronged see DISHONOR b heath the beautiful graveuandwhen the snows falland it seems that all the world is cowered with a great sheet of purity peoplegoodp= see upon DISh HONOR AN ESSENTIAL What the hides of animals are to the leather industry of country the young boy is td theI saloon His appetite is eSsen- tial to the future success of the saloon Let him refuse to have his appetite cultivated and in a few years you will see bankruptcy written across the closed dgor of ever barroom in th eland In voting the saloon out t a community the people merely thddt n he is more easily ledwhen no drink often fastens the appetite upon him andstarts him hellward in a gallop THE WAY THEY FOOL EM Local option people in the country seem to be more determ ined to wage a relentless warfare on the saloon than the local op tion people of the town This may be due to the influence that the mothers and wives out in the county are lending to the move meat When a womans hus band or son comes to town an gets dnink too drunk to ge homethe good wife or mother knows just whats the matter but when a town husbandorson gets drunktoo drunk to e mesome accomodating friend sends word to the old lady that old man Bill or young John Ini i has gone out to Little Beech kfishmg and thus the wife or r jJIL I 1m Attractions Special ifI on Ladies Muslin Underwear and Lawn Waists Wrap one for the 1 All Rugs and Wall at Prices WE HAVE SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MENS AND BOYS SUITS Let us SHOW YOU mother is frequently kept in igI nprance of his debauch From all indications politics will be rather tame in this section next fall But in 1967 itll butt in like a buttin billygoat andll keep on a buttin until a whole fieldfull gp up Salt River as feras the Dam Grundy Orphanage Open The trusteesof the Griindy Orphans Homdesire to announce that the Home is now in readiness for the re ception of orphans Briefly stated the rules and tions upon which theywill be received are as follows Rule 2Full orphans and half or phans whose father is dead may be admitted to the Home Rule 3No orphans shall be admitted under four or over eighteen years of supportfn in mind or body shall be admitted Rule 5 Orphans to be admitted must be of legitimate parentage by parents or those having them in charge shall be returned at the expense of such persons Rule 7All applicants when accepted must be delivered to the Home free of tiny expense to the Institution Rule SThe Board of Trustees de clines to assume legal responsibility for the children in the way of adoption but provides the sheltering care and pro tection of aChristian home Preference will be given to Orphans residing in Washington county then those residing in adjoining counties and then out in the State generally Further and more detailed information may be had from any of the undersigned trustees J S Lyons Louisville Ky KytKy W A Waters Springfield Ky I H Thurman Springfield Ky Agreementt Chicago May lOjohn Alexander Dowie and Wilbur G Voliva reached an agreement in court today upon the proposition for mutual in the management of financial affairs IN All KINDS OftSummer Goods AT THE BIG STORE If OrgandiesBatistes and allover laces India ens in all grades Newstbck Val LinIJust received large showing of ICmbs1if 4 Special Priceson 1 l ISpecIal Prices readymade Silk pricesIpricevCarpets Mattings Paper Reduced 11 ROBERTSON BROS L effervescentaspirants Government condi havee underemisrepresentation representation CORSETS at Zion City The Dowie forces ap pointed John A Lewis while Voliva named Alexander Granger The third member of the committee is still to be chosen The proceedings in court were brief- the attorneys merely announcing to Judge Wright that they had agreed upon the proposition to allow the city to be controlled by a committee of three Judge Wright suggests that the court appoint the third man on the committee but this was not agreeable to the Dowie and went over for further conference The Daily Herald AND The Sun ONE YEAR 200 Tt iIt6ii miN rScreen Your House I andIp r Health I Flies carry disease germs let me take I your order for Screen Doors and Windows any siz- eScreenI Cloth and Hinges on Ha dI New arrivals this Week such as Fans White Belts Laces Embroidery India Linen and Lap Dusters Mens and Boys Dress Straw Hats Etc For SaturdayFr- esh Fish New Green Beans Cabbage Lemons and Bananas The Enterprise Store TEAS KENTUCKV i r j J 11 E SPRINGFIELD NUN WEDNESDAY MAY 161906 Si I- AURareTreat e I brown delicious Salt Rising that we remember so well when we were children The kind that one piece called for another and still our craving appetites seemed hardly gratified N fBuy if you want the genuine Sold in Springfield exclusively by r MCELROY BROS Local Nets Notes If your buggy needs painting call on W C Foley at his sjhop in Springfield Hear Col Bain Thursday night a Opera House Estrayedon my place 22dof April on the Lincoln Run pike a black sow Will weigh about 2H pounds John M Hall Good workpaint put on to stay an look well guaranteed by W C Foley Remember the temperance meeting at the Opera House next Sunday after noon at 3 oclock carriagebought s Foley Springfield Ky Important NoticeAre your chickens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents a t all drug stores LosTA black leather hand bag be tween Mr Tatums and Mr Riley residence in the Willisburg neighbor glasseslsome papers FinJer will return to Willisburg post office and receive reward Miss M C Moriarty All kinds of carriage repairing trim ing etc by W C Foley in old Casey Shop on Main streetI BIDS WANTEP Weare now ready to receive bids fox building turnpike fro the Springfield and Perryville pike to Marion county lineabout 2 miles Persons desiring to make bids will correspond with J W Gordon Springfield Ky Route 4 or Clarence Christie Lebanon Ky NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411 44 is sold under a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded W C Foley formerly with the Seller Carriage Co of Versailles has opened a Carriage Paint Shop in the old Casey Shop on Main street His work is guaranteed The annual picnic of the pupils ofiSpringfield Graded School was held at Frederickstown yesterday The usual big dinner was indulged in and hat ppi ness was on tap at all hours during the day Nine wagonstwo big hosses to the four wheels carried the happy crowd to the picnic grounds and each child represented a ton of pure unadulterated happiness so you see twas a heavy load the horses had to pull The finst strawberry supper of the oftheevening qt the Court House NOTICE All persons holding claims estate of Sam Mason de till present same properly proven up as by law required to the pringfield1KyW p CLAY ROOKE Exec itor of Sam Mason deceased This Apri 25th 1906 dAN Ho OttThe Spartanburg S C Daily Herald of May 10 in giving a list of ei hteen young men who underwent the Supreme Court examination admis ion to the bar says that Joe Mansfield stood first His friends here will be glad to learpof this though it will surprise no one Those who know Joe Mans eld know him as an unusually predictshis S M C mpbellreports coijnty court day at Ba stown as wellatten ded and a reasonable amount of stock on the ma r et He made the following sales TVb sows and eleven pigs at 52stwo sows and thirteen shoats at 70one cow and calf 25 one c wandcalf 31 one Stripper cow 25oO one stripper cow 18 plug horses f om 521 to 65 lots of old Vehicles roijn 5 up NOTICE The undersigned as executor of Sam Mason deceased willon Monday May 28 1906 at 230 pmat the Court House door in Springfield Ky sell a house and lot on the Spring field and erryville road about one tomthe highes and best bidder One third cash bala ce two notes secured by lien on said property due in and 12 months Possession can be given the purchaser on day of ale W D CLAYIiROOKE Execu or of Sam Mason deceased This April 25 1906 NOTION SALE Toj boom our notion business we offers Very special values for the pext ten days Profits Are not considered we are content to take our gains in the forms of more business andsoldand get t ic crejam of the stock at a low price Yours etc P J THOMAS COTEST 26 iri gold andlO in gold belbe given bv the Central Kentucky Choutauqus Assembly at Lebanon Ky evening of July 4 1906 Ther will be one contest ant fr meachof tile coun ties of Boyle Mercer Adair Green Taylor Washington Nelson and La Rue Con estantis are to be chosen by Our Drinks are Better than Oth- pjsSozoKolai REFRESIIINGI is a and Cod a drink made nure granulated suga has the real flavor and come back to It is not adulterated like must simili r drinks We dont to cut our qUi ity in order to come evenWe buy 01 r sirup at half the price the other fello v pays for his p R I T Y lot or primary contest from each coun ty and must be entered by June uldrwillappoint a ref eree in each county if more than one contestant offers Death at Howardstown Ii prosperousIHowardstown f yearsis SF1f y jStandardLOTll = ING Grudy Me Intires of Summer blot lug pleases the man who wants to be St lisp and Comfortably DressedI M Our Drin Rock NO DOPE NO Asa delicious beverage to drink at question and is widely prescribed as a fromindigestionwomen and children a fa5lIersonaINta 0uVisitors In and put of TownA a Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 0QoaoaRev Father Peters of Frederick tojwn was here Tuesday Mr Theo Campbell and son Don aid spent a few nays in Louisville this week Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloomfield BrownIGrove is visiting her sister Mrs JimMc lure Mr Will Selecinan was in Louisville Sunday 1 rand Mrs T C Campbell and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs S B Thompson of Lebanon Miss Sadie Mays is the guest of IfriendsMr T Scott Mays was in Louisville Sunday t Mr and Mrs James Bunrelland ch Idren of Lebandn spent Sunday wi h her mother at this place Mr and Mrs H P McChord Were inLebanon Sundayi r Mrs Kate Martin of Louisville is visiting Mr and Mrs Sherman Martin near town JMrs W E Selecman and daughter Miss Lucy visited Mrs E Carl Litcey of Lebanon one day last week Mr Rod Neal was in Louisville ia few days last week Mr Thorn Level of Panama is the guest of his sister Mrs Mat Mayes H Si Towler and daughte Lillian after a to friends in Hen derson returned home dJinleinNancye Simms returned from Lou tmeqtforMr Jack McChord who attends school at Daville attended the contest here Friday Mr Joe Claybrooko of Louisville sp several days here last weekIMiss Pearl Conner of Frederick town visited her sister Mrs Kate Williams last week Mr Alex Blanford of Louisville visited his mother at this place last week Mr H D Rodman of Louisville attended the contest here Friday night Miss Sallie May of Bloomfield is the guest of her aunt Mrs Lizzie Durrett Miss Elise Durrett who attends school at St Catherines visited at the home of Mrs Mary Ragsdale Saturday and Sunday Miss Elizabeth Leachman is visit LebhMiss Lizzie Coomes of nardl1BYbLessrs Logan Bosley and Bob Lebanon werehere Saturday Mr Perry Marks and Miss Jennie McCabe wore in Lebanon Sunday Miss Sue Ray of Lebanon was here Monday Mr Frank Peters of Lebanonwas here Monday Rev Williams has returned home from Chattanooga Tenn where he has been forseveral days R TRoot Beer notQUANTITY lti The Trade 11 Is Satisfied il iSeason Than Ever our Vehicles pricesonway up our prices remain uri vehicles ever shown in Springfield DoYou WantaBuggy That is question If do we can please in every respect Come in and see for 6 Robertson CoJ y Dr M W Hyatt visited friend a in Bloomfield Sunday Mr Bob RoBards of South Caro lina is visiting his brother at this place Mrs James Haydon of BardstQum is visiting her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon Dr Hamilton of Fredericktown and Dr Yates of Kirksville attended the Lecture given here the 14th Dr W W Hyatt of Willisburg was here Tuesday on business Mr and Mrs R H Shader spending a week with friends here returned to their home in Louisville WILLSBURG Mrs J 11 Brown and son Harold of Louisville were called to this place Jon last Friday morning on account of the death of little Willie Wells Dr Mack Sutherlandof Rose Hill called at T J Millers last Friday Ito see Lewis Miller who has been veryjill for several Mrs C R Cheatham celebrated her sixy second birthday last Sunday Fur pefoundesMr and Mrs T B Mitchell of Law renceburg attended the funeral of their grandson Willie Wells at this place last SaturdayiDecoration day will be observed at this place on Saturday May 26 There is a dood opening at this place for a first cla s uptodate dressmaker A room and boarding house will be comeIMrs Kate Williams of Loui vine is Visitinj her neice Mrs W S Gibbs and wife attended chur at Mac Sunday Quit a number of friends at this place called Wee Edgar Riley on la Sunday evening who is very low wit consumption at his fathers at White Hall We understand Charlie Hungate has entered the contest at Springfield Charlie is a very bright boy and wje wish him successy of to us Kola with have Mrs visit Our Drinks are than Others A fine drink Made from Roots and Herbs Healthy and Satisfying Made pure sirup The equal of Any Root Beer on the market the bottle is your guarantee Ii while retail handsome the you you yourself weeks WIGibbs kville home with Q U A L I T y r Mrs Johnny Shewmiaker been very sick is better at ing Miss Pearl Bar and arlEvad wick were in this vi softy Sunday af r ternoon ivr oi i TJII BpeptSuiily rMt Johnny Walls and wife spe it Sunday with John Armstrong and fat iiy Rey J A Simms preached to a goid apPointmentforThe Misses Montgomery were tlie J M Program The following is the romramfcf4ie Ghlldrens day whIch e fuMaud Christian church Sunday eve riing May 20 March and Song SalutatoryRobert Shehan Song Choir Recitation Speak a Work for JesuI Frank Crume Recitation Sunbeams Clydia Thomas ArnoldRecitationWhat Do Elizabeth Settles Mountain Song Two little girls The Crusaders Seven little boys SongChoir Recitation A Birds tie Recitation lllLRosehSoloLouise Settles Sunshine and RainTen girls 4nMinnie Thomas i SongChoir Recitation Willie Brown Pantomine Five girls Talk by rTJT iT BROS CO LEBANON KY T LLTT- heres IT brinniiug glass full satisfaction and appreciation u in every we put up Backed by years of experience and merit I PURl Y and QUALITY are reflected in every sparkling drop If you would like the sweet refreshing de cooling sensation of craving satisfied DRINK DELICIOUS VSOZOKOLA v Stock rsiRed ALCOHOL afact Bardstown VE IT Better SPARKLING NftNINTOXICATING granulatedsugar Better This Be wehaye HILLSBORO whof Montgomery MessageMat Pastor- Benediction BRICKEN sparkling bottle thirst GINGER TuesdayJ Our Drinks are Better than Others DoapadeI t INVIGORATING SATISFYING i A COCA DRINK with that SOMETHING SOURISH added that PLEASES everyone Has a MOREISH TASTE AND FLAVOR has some pf the COME BACK IN rr TOO Its new made right drinks good and leaves a good taste in your mouth Try one Carbonated in Bottles 5c BRICKEN BROS CO Sold Everywhere BRICKEN BROS CO LEBANON KY jIJK r f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 J Y r 4 4=s s l t ii1oj l iIs1 Graustark tj h4 fr I k i f i He naa load tlme to think during these days too Turning over In his Bind all of the details In connection with their meeting and their subse- Quent Intercourse It began to dawn upon him that she might not be what Me assumed to be Doubts assailed him suspicions grew Into amazing forms of There were dreg wbei he laughed sardonically at hiihi elf for being taken In by this strange tint charming young woman but through It all his heart and mind were being drawn more and more fervently toward her More than once he called himself a fool and more than once he dreamed foolish dreams of her princes or not Of one thing he was sure he had come to love the adventure for the sake of what It promised and there was no bitterness beneath his nuplcions Arrayed in clean linen and presentable clothes pale from indoor confinement tod fever but once more the c jrtraighf and strong cavalier of the kills he hastened Into her presence when the summon came for him to descend He dropped to his knee and kissed her hand determined to play the game notwithstanding his doubts As he arose she glanced for a flitting econd Into his dark eyes and her own long lashes drooped Your highness he said gratefully How well and strong you look she Mid hurriedly Some of tho tan Is gone but you look as though you had never been Are you quite recovered It They say I am as good as new he fl MniUngly answered A trifle weak and uncertain in my lower extremities but a few days of exercise In the moun tains will overcome all that Is all well with you and GE8 starkThey will glee me no news here by whose order I do not know Turn about is fair play sir It Is a well established fact that you will give them no news Yes all Is well with Me and mine Were you beginning to thinjc that I had deserted you It has been two weeks hasnt IrHAh your highness I realize that you have had much more Important things to do than to think of poor Baldos I am exceedingly grateful for this sign of Interest In my welfare Your visit is the brightest experience of my life suddenlyYou bte seated while your highness stands sold he simply His shoulders seemed to square themselves involuntarily and hjs left hand twitched as though ac customed to the habit of touching a sword hilt Beverly sat down Instantly With his usual easy grace he took a chair near by They were alone In the antechamber Even though you were on your las legs she murmured and then wonder anytthing 0 inane Somehow she was beginning to fear that he was not the or dinary persdn she had judged him to be You are to be discharged from the hospital tomorrow she added hastilyTomorrow he cried his eyes light lug with Joy I may go then- I have decided to take you to Edel weiss with me she said very much n If that were all there was to it H stared at her for a full minute as though doubting his ears No be said at last his Jaws Cling his eyes glistening It was terrible setback for Beverlys con dence Your highness forgets that have your promise of absolute free domIJut you are to be free she protest ed You have nothing to fear It not know You don 1mpulsorvyOU really want to But on having you lu In the castle guard His bitter ing laugh surprised and wounded he which he was quick to see for hi contrition was immediate your highness I am a rude ungrateful wretch and I deserv punishment Instead of reward Tb proposal was so astounding that I fo lgot myself completely he said Whereupon catching him in this contrite mood she began a determined as sault against his resolution For an hour she devoted her whole heart and soul to the task of overcoming his prejudices fears and objections meet tug his protestations firmly and logic ally unconscious of the fact that her Very enthusiasm was betraying her to him The first signs of weakening in Mired her afresh and at last she w riding over him roughshod a happy victor She made promises that Yeti re herself could not have made she offer ed Inducements that never could be carried out although in her zeal she did not know It to be so she painted wich pictures of ease comfort and pleasure that ho wondered why royal ty did not exchange places with its servants In the end overcome by the spirit of adventure and a desire to be roar her be agreed to enter the service let six months at the expiration of which time he was to be released from all obligations It be so desired But my friends In the pass your highness he feala in surrendering what Is to become of them l They waiting re for me out there In the Wilde I am not base enough to desert Ii i f t5 tt astf V IrltoJ t k K sa fl Ycop n al tiy tp jlIIrthem Cant you get word to them she asked eagerly Let them come Into the city too We will provide for the poor fellows belt ve me That at least Is Impossible your highness be sa d shaking his head sadly You wil have to slay them before you can B Ing them within the clrygates My or ly hope Is thafFranz may be here tonl ht He has permission to enter and I am expecting him today or tomorro r You can send word to them that you are sound aid safe and you can fell them that Gr ustnrk soldiers shall be instructed to pay no attention to them whatever hey shall not be disc turbed He lau hed outright at her enthusiasm Ma y times during her eager conversatkn with Baldos she had almost bets ed the fact that she liwasexpressions were distinctly unregal and some of her slips were hopeless as she viewed them In retrospect What am I nly the humble goat hunter hunted to death and eager for a short respite o with me as you like your hlghne You shall be my princess and sops eign for six months at least he said sighing Perhaps its for the best hYou are the str ngest man Ive ever seen she remarked puzzled beyondt expression That night Fra z appeared at the hospital and was left alone with Bat dos for an hour or more What passed between them no outsider knew though there were tears In the eyes of both at the parting But Franz did not start for the pass that night as they had expected Str nge news hadcome to the ears of the faithful old follower and he hung about until morning came euger to Catch the ear of his leader before it was too late The coach was drawn up in front of the hospital at 8 Oclock Beverly tri umphant In command BaIdos cam down the steps slowly carefully fa vorlng the newly healed ligaments i his legs She smiled oheerlly at him and he swung his rakish hat low There was no sign of the black Ipatch Suddenly he started and peered In tently into the little knot of people near the coach A look of anxiety crossed his face From the crowd advanced a grizzled old beggar who boldly extended his hand Baldos grasped the proffered hand and then stepped Into the coa h No one saw the bit of white paper that passed from Franzs palm Into the possession off Baldos Then the coach was off for Edelweiss the people of Ganlook en Joying tile unusual pectacle of a mss terious and apparep tly undistinguished stranger sitting In luxurious ease be otf Graustar CWPT R XII a dro vsy day and be ITwas Bald s was not In a nlcat ye frame 6f mind put forth her best et forts during the f renoon but after the basket luncheon had been disposed of in the shade at th roadside she was content to give up the struggle and sur imnortuNtite e dozed peacefully co scions to the last that he was a most u gracious creature thaan moronfie and unhappy becaus he could not help It Was he not leaving his friends to wander alone In the wilderness while he drifted weakly into the comforts s servicety with the present turn of affairs and he could not deny that a selfish niotive hard serrse o of youth were strong In thiiii wayward noble man of the hills pensirele r ginrdark brown lend was pillowed against the Corner cushions of the coach Her hat had I ecu removed for the salts of comfort The dark lashcs fell lllie a soft curtail over her eyes obscuring the merry gray that hud overcome his apprehensions IIe breathing was deep nd regular an peaceful One little g loved hpnd rest ed carelessly In her lap the other upon her breast near the delicate throat asThe heart of Baldoj wafe troubled The picture he looker upon was en trancing uplifting h rose from the lowly state in which she had found him to the position of admirer In se cret to a princess real or assumed He found himself again vonderlug It she were really Yetlve and with that tea in his heart he was envying Grcnfall Lorry the lord and master of this exquisite creature envying with all the helplessness one whose hope Is blast ed at birth 8urreIUtlouslY1crumpled and forgotte inside his coat pocket where he had dropped it the moment It had come Into his posses sion supposing that the message con tained information which had been for gotten bz Franz and was by no means of a nature to demand immediate nt tention Had he read it at once his suspicious would have been confirmed ahd it is barely possible that he would have refused to enter the city Late in the afternoon the walls of Edelweiss were sighted For the first time he looked upon the distant housetops of the principal city of Graustiirk Up In the clouds on the summit of the mountain peak overlooking the city stood the famed monastery of St Val entine Stretching up the gradual cline were the homes of citizens access ible only by footpaths and donkey roads Beverly was awake and impatient to reacts the Journeys end He had proved a most disappointing corn panion polite but with a baffling Inl coilslderllIlook of a soldier advancing to meet n powerful foe I do hope hell not always act this way she was complaining In her thoughts He was so charmingly Im pudent out In the bills so deliciously human Sow he Is like a clam Yetlve will think I am such a fool If he doesnt lveglvenWmHere are the gates he said halt to himself What is there in store for me beyond those walls T Oh I wish you wouldnt be so dis mall she cried in despair It seems Just like a funeral A thousand apologies your highness he murmured with a sudden of speech and manner Henceforth I shall be a most amiable Jester to please you Beverly and the faithful Aunt Fanny were driven to the castle where the former bade farewell to her new knight until the following morning when heI was to appear before her for personal Instructions Colonel Quinnox escorted him to the barracks of the guard where he was to share a room with young Haddan a corporal In the service The wild untamed gentleman from he hills came without a word I see said Lorry who had watched the ap proach He and Yetlve stool In the window overlooking the wounds from the princess boudoir Beverly bad Just entered and thrown herself upon a divan Yes hes here she said shortly How long do you with all your cleverness expect to hoodwink him Into the belief that you are the princess asked Yetlve amused but anx ious Hes a great fool for being hood winked at all said Beverly very Iean hour from now he will know th madnroan for his freedom Not so soon as that Beverly said Lorry consolingly The guards and officers have their instructions to keep him in the dark as long as possible Well Im tired and mad and hun gry and everything else that isnt tom patible Lets talk about the war said Beverly the sunshine in her face momentarily eclipsed by the dark cloud of dIsappointment- Bnldos was notified that duty would be assigned to him In the morning He went through the formalities whIch bound him to the service for six months listening Indifferently to th words that foretold the fate of traitor It was not until his new uni form and equipment came into his possession that he remembered the note resting in his pocket He drew It out and began to read It with the slight interest of one who has antici pated the effect But not for long was he to remain apathetic The first Ccw lines brought a look of understanding to his eyes then he laughed the easy laugh of one who has cast care and confidence to the winds This is what he read t beenduped gointowith her into Edelweiss It may bc a trap boldlyThere came the natural Impulse to make a dash for the outside world necessaryLookhu deceledatIn the clear light of retrospection he now saw how impossible It was for her to have been the princess Ever act every word every look should have told him trio truth Every flaw In her tiliisquerndlng now presented It sell to him and he was compelled to laugh at his own simplicity Caution after all was the largest component part of his makeup The craftiness of the hunted was deeply rooted In his being He saw a very serious side to uponthegave himself over to plotting plan ning thinking In the midst of his thoughts a sud eyeds t leaped with new as motion his ran warm again Leaping to his fee he ran to the to reread the note from old Franz Then ho settled back and laughed with n fervor that cleared the brain of a thousand vague misgivings She Is Miss Calhoun au American going to be a guest at the castle not the princess but Mlss Calhoun Onc grIIIher asleep In the coach on the road from Guulpok Again he recalled the fervent throbs his guilty heart had felt as he looked upon this fair crea lure at one time the supposed treasure of another man Now she was Miss Calhoun and her gray eyes her entrancing smile her wondrous vivacity were not for one man alone It tiro suddenrenUznUonof him TJie whole situation seemed to DrW F Trusty Prac- ticalDntist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Hayden Barber DrM1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Sprjngfield Ky 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two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two ood wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and 4houses carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 icet20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres + timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre + Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price BD Lake Springfield ti T +ii- iH 811 BUGGIES H HARNESS HARDWARE But its buggies that we want to say a few words about We just merely want to invite you in to see the handsomest Tine ever to Springfield j c l AtPricesILoweno- ugh to astonish the trade We have a complete t line of all kinds of vehicles But if you want 4 a HARNESS I tyourI RRftTHFlKYY Ii 8teJ81le eee8 e8 88 e i 1 Daily Herald and Sun 2 1- G BEVERLY OF the RAIlS fA RK IllByCopyrfohtAutbUDoddif d and Jmpan transformed unto s mottling more desirable than ever be ore Ills face cleared his spirits leaped higher arid ISI1lIetbuck Into exlstence And all because fair deceiver the slim girl with the his ave gray eyes who bad drawn him to a net was not aprlncss dos Something told him tbat she had not his drawn him into his present position be with any desire to Injur him or with slightest sense of ma Ice To her It had been a merry jest a pleasant comedy Underneath all he isaw the good ness of her motive in taking him from old life and putting him Into his present position of trust Ho hud helped her and she was rendy to help him to the limit of her power Ills position in Edelweiss was clearly enough defined The more be thought It time more justifiable It seemed us viewed from her point of observation How long she hoped to keep him In the dark he could not tell The outcome would be entertaining Her efforts to deceive If she kept them up would be amusing Altogether be was ready with the leisure and joy of youth to await developments and to enjoy the comedy from a point of view Which could not at once suspect His subtle effort to draw Hadduu Into a discussion of the princess and lien household resulted unsatisfactorily The young guard was annoyingly un responsive He had his secret Instruc tions aud could not be inveigled into betraying himself Baldos went to sleep that night with his mind contused by doubts His talk with Had don had loft him quite undecided as the value of old Franzs warning Either Franz was mistaken or Haddan was a most skillful dissembler It truck him as utterly beyond the pale reason that the entire castle guard should bave been enlisted In the scheme deceive him When sleep came he was contenting himself with the t thought that 1tglue himde tlon 1 Both be and Beverly Calhoun ercr Ignorant of the true conditions that at tacked themselves to the new recruit Baron Dan 108s alojie knew that HadB dan was a trusted agent of the secret Instructions to shadowS the newcomer day and night That there was a mystery surrounding the character of Baldos the goat hunter Dangloss did not question for an In stant and In spite of the Instructions received at the outset be was usliigh all his skill to unravel It Baldos was not summoned to the cas tie till noon His serene indifference to the outcome of the visit wns calculat ed to deceive the friendly but watchful linddan Dressed carefully in the close fitting uniform of the royal guard taller than most of his fellows hand a somer by far than any he was the most noticeable figure In and about thc barracks Hadrian coached him In the way ho was to approach the princess Baldos listening with exaggerated Iri teutness and with deep regard for de taU Beverly was In the small audience room off the main reception hall when l1e was ushered Into her presence The servants and ladles in waiting Bison peared at a signal from her She arose to greet hhn mid he knelt to kiss her band For a moment her tongue was bound The keen eyes of the new guard bad looked into hers with a di rectness that teemed to penetrate her brain Tbat this scene was to be or ot the most Interesting In the little comedy was proved by the fact that two eager young women were bidden behind a heavy curtain In a corner o f the room The Princess Yetlve mid the Countess Dagmar were there to en joy Beverlys first hour of authorit and she was aware of their presence Have they told you that you utv to act nd my especial guard uul escort she asked with a queer flutter In h voice Somehow this tnli follow with the broad shoulders wns not tbe snme as the ragged goat hunter si o bud known at first No your highness be said easily I have come for Instructions It pleases me to know tbat I ain to hnt a place of honor and trust such ns tills General Mnrlnnx has told me that u vacancy exists and I have selected you to fill it Time compensation wt 11ed bcr attended to h till proper persons nail your dntlcJwill be explained you by one of the officers This noon I believe you are to accompai- Inc on my visit to the fortress which I nm to Inspect 4 Very well your highness bo r spectfully Raid He was thinking Miss Cnlboun nn American g rl though be railed tier your highness ti May I be permitted to ask for sh uInrtlonA that can come only from your highness Certainly she replied Ills mat ner was mprc deferential than she hUll ever known It to be but be threw n bomb Into her fine composure with bis next remark lie nddressfcd her In the GrunstaVk Inngnnger Is It your disire that 1 shall conti n ue to address you In English Beverlys face turned ublt red and her eyes wavered By a wonderful ef fort slit retained hem self control stnin merltig over so faintly when she salt in English wish you would speak English ttnwittingly giving answer to his ques tion I shall insist upon that Your English Is tao good to be Then he made a boldtjst his first having failed IIe spoke once more in native tongue this time softly and earnestly er As you wish your highness but I tiiluk It Is a most ridiculous practice sold and his heart lost none of Its Beverly looked at him llDost but hetlca11y She knew that pcblnd will curtain two young women were ell- joying her discoinfftnre Something told her that they were stifling their mirth with dainty lace bordered handkerchiefs That will do sir she managed to out firmly Its very nice of you but this pay your homage hi English sbeent on inking a long chance on a remark It must have been com pllmentary she reasoned As for Bal the faintest sign of a smile touched lips and his eyes were twinkling as bent his head quickly Franz was right she did not know a word of the Grnustnrk language are I have entered the service for six months your highness he said in Eng As an In It your 1 jeer we have aspics llsb hialleR8 honored here me andrgive your as well as my arm to tblng easier was properly Impressed by this promise of teal y She wjis looking with pride upon he figure of her stalwart proteg- eI hope you have destroyed that hor black patch she said It has gone to keep company with other devoted brit deserted friends he a tlnje of bitterness in his voice The uniform vastly becoming went on realizing helplessly that she was providing intense amusement for the unseen auditors It shames time rags In which you found inc I shall never forget them Baldos said with n strange earnestness Ins er voice y11ayheal tli of your good Aunt Fanny and although I did not see him your UccleI Sum V be asked with a face as and sincere as that of a judce Bev erly swallowed suddenly and checked laugh with some difficulty Aunt Fanny is never Ill Some day Isball tell you more of Uncle Sam I will Interest you Another question If It please you highness Do you expect to return to America soon This was the unexpected but she met It with admirable composure It spends upon the time when Prince Dantan resumes the throne In Bawsljergen she said And that day may never come said bo such mocking regret In his Voice that she looked upon him with newer Interest Why I really believe you want to- go to America site cried The eyes of Baldos had been furtively druwr to the curtain more than once during tie last few minutes An OCt cuslonnl movement of the long orients hangings attracted his attention I dawned Ingo hint that the little play was being overheard whether by spies Resewymeat sprung uHln birth to u daring that was as spectu- friar as It was confounding With ecrdoor before Beverly could Interpose She half started from her chair bell es wide yitll dismay her lips parted but his hand was already clutching the curtain He drew It aside relentlessly Two startled women stood v pose Anitieed fares Their bucks were against the closed door and two hands clutching ImndkercblefR dropped from a most significant altitude One of them tins an Imperious glance at the bold dis coverer and lie knew be was looking loUlOn the real princess of Gruustark 1ne did not lose his composure With 13outl tremor Jie turned to the American Your highness be suld clearly cool I fear we have spitS and enves droppers here Is your court made up doubtlessrelpair of curious ladles in begin my service your blglmess by escorting theta to yonder door nCnArTEU XIII countessB and dropped her eyes A pretty turn indeed the ploy haul lakeul Not a word was uttered for a fun half minute nor did the guilty witnesses venture forth from their retreat Bnldos stood tall and Impassive holding tbe curtain aside At hist the shadow of a smile crept Into the face of the princess but her tones were full of deep humility when she spoke We crave permission to retire your highness slue said and there was vir tuous aujieul In tier eyes I pray for giveness for this jntllscrctibn and 1m plore you to be lenient with two mis able creatures who love you so well that they forget their dignity I am amazed and socked was all that Beverly could say You may go return to me within an hour I then bear what you have to say Slowly even humbly the ruler of Graustark nail her Cousin passed be heath the upraised arm of t1minew guard He opened a door on the opposite side of the room and they went tq all appearance thoroughly crestfallen The steady features of the all guard did not relax for the fraction of second but his heart was thumping disgracefully Come bere Baldos commanded Beverly a bit pale but recovering her aDIsprivately It Is to go no further you to understand Yes your blglmess You may go now Colonel Qulnnox will explain everything sbe said l1ur richly She was eager to be rid of him he turned away she observed a IIorCome here sir she exclaimed hotly He paused his face as somber as owls What do you mean by laughing like that she demanded He and thgaveLaughing your highness be said deep surprise You must mis taken I am sure that I could not have laughed In the presence of a princess Itmust have been aa shadow rctiedYou are dIsmIssed e As be was about to open the door through which be had entered the room swung wide and Count Marians strode In Baldos paused Irresolutely and then proceeded on his way with out paying time slightest attention to the commander of the army Marlanx came to an amazed stop and his face fiusbed with resentment Halt sir he exclaimed harshly Dont you know enough to salute me sir Baldos turned Instantly his figure straightening like a flash HIS eyes metthose of the Iron Count and dld dot waver although his face went white with passion And who are you sir he asked In cold steely tones The count almost reeled Your superior officer That should be enough for you be half hissed with deadly levelness Oh then I see no reason why I should nut salute yon sir said Bdldos wltb one of his rare smiles He salut ed bis superor officer a shade too elaborately and turned away Marlanxs eyes glistenefl Stop Have I said you could go I have u bit of advice to My command to go conies from our superior sir said Baldos with- rritating blandness Be patient general cried Beverly n deep distress He does not know any better J will stand sponsor for or ilm And Baldos went away with a light step hIs blood singing his devil maycare heart satisfied The look himtconrsequences 15 Well it seems tbat I nin to be asso elated with the devil us well as with angels Heavmis June Is a glprlous month Now you proiised youd bcnlce to him General Marlaiix cried Beverly the Instant Baldos was out of the room I es new at this sort of thing you know and besides you didnt address liuo very politely for an utter stranger The insolent dog snarled Mariunx his self control returning slowlyu1o shall be taught well and thoroughly never fear Miss Calhoun There Is a 1way to train such recruits us be and they never forget what they hay e learned ttsurtncg I know sorry e has dui and yeu II am quite sure he will be sorry suid lie wltb a most agreeable bow In submission to her appeal Do ydu want to see Mr Lorry she asked yilckly T will send for bin- il general Sbe was at the door Imp tient to be with the banished culprits business with Mr Lorry cnn unit bo begun with a smile meant to be Inviting but which did not Impress ber ut nil pleasantly Well anyway Pll ten him you re here skis suit her Mind on the door knob Will you welt here Gpodby t And then she was racing off through time long Halls and up broad staircases toward the boudoir of time princess There Is no telling how long the rufiled count remulued In tbe untorooui for the excited Beverly forgot to tell Lo- a ry that bo was there There were halt u dozen people fit the room when Beverly entered euger ly She was punting with excitewe Of all the rooms In the grim old cast the boudoir of the princess was the most famously attractive It was rely il her home time exquisite abiding place of an exquisite creature To lounge her divans to loll in the chairs glide through her priceless rugs w the acme of Indolent pleasure Few nets they who enjoyed the privileges of little heaven us Hurry Angus haul christened It on one memorable night long before the princess w Mrs Greufall Loris Continued next week Garrard county clajms to be in the lead in the hemp producing industry CANT EAT 1 vWhenyournfervesare It r unstrung your cmppetitefailsyouaadu bpedg flicted upon yourself by hastilYealr improper food Your digestive organs even thojvgh lelicate will stand a lot of b theyresentiUtreatment Dr CaldwelTsLaxattvm Syrup Pepsin the greatest remedy in the worfd far and curing all forms of stom ltoperfect working condition gripWieseor half dollar size of DR CAIN WELLS SYRUP PEPSIN now at y we druggists and forestall the trouble Your money will be refunded if it toes not benefit you Your postal card request will briny by rehwa CALDWLLOOK wWedrPEPSIN SYRUP CO tiu1I11M1a J Sold by The Rid Cass lmStWi Happy Beau 1495 Li This fine Saddle and Harness Stallionrwill make the season of 1906 at my stable on the McIntIre and Fredericks town pike three miles from Frederick town and seven and a half miles from Springfield at 10 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT Lien retained on the colt for servicej fee Money due when the colt is foaled when the mare is parted with Care taken to prevent accidents but not re sponsible any occur Beau foaled 1899 sired by GnbyeHappy Cross 52 Happy ret Chief Happy Beau is a dark chestnut sorrel hands 3 inches weight 1Q50 five flatfooted gaits and wore as many blue ties as any horse of his age Hoe finemane and tail and fine and action and has proven himself to be a fine breeder Perfectly genlle urhandle in 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 with me that timer are itsfancy twoyearolds as there are in the county Over 15 hands Also atthe same time and place I will stand my fine mule jack I DEWEY by Gladstone dam by tlmov Woods at Jt rl Conditions same pie given above Dewey is a dark brpwn ack 14 hands 3 inched with gobd points fine lengths and fine bone good and ears and has proven himself to be a firstclass breeder pertS B NALLY JOHN Y MfYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Rhealce l rediaIlSI am prepared to do all of your woe4 wbrkand repairing at the most reMM able rice FOR CASH doneeasI oho nave one new shop made lHiK and spring wagon and one sect and prmng wagon Buggy trimm fa of al kinds on hand We H BOND f CJ1 i1 j g THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1906 t TEMPERANCE MEETING At Opera House in SpringfieldSunday Afternoon May 20 at 3 Oclock On the above date the Citizens of Washington county will meet in Springfield for the4purpose of or ganizing an AntiSaloon League AmoQg other promi nent speakers who will be present will be Hon C L Collins who is recognized as one of them t powerful temperance speakers in the State Large c owds from all sections of the county will be present d Marion Notes Falcon The Rev Thomas M Cor neilson was installed as pastor of the First Presbyterian churcn of Lebanon Sunday Mr J W R Kidwell of Washington county and Miss Annie Mary Miles of this county were married at Manton Monday Therewasa meeting of the American Society7of Equity last Saturday at which time a move was inaugurated looking to disposing of the wheat crop Mr A J Ross died of typhoid fever in Louisville Tuesday He was a son in Jaw of Mr Hilary Bell of Fairfield and was known to a large number here Auctioneer R E Whayne was arreIted Tiere Monday for business of a public auctioneer without a license and his fine with cost was 13 The records disclosed the fact that he had not had a license for the past nine monthsWe are quite sure this neglect of Col Whaynes to procure a licese was an oversightEditor +Tuesday morning when Charlie Hood was brought from the jail coming to the court house to be tried forburglarv he broke for liberty and escaped from the officers He went toward the rail road and up through the Hood ropertyi and hid under some shucks in c ibI of DrW W Cleaver where cers found him about an hour aterI It is Dangerous to Neglect a How often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days late learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia This is of such common occurrence that a cold howeverslight should not be disregarded Chamber anytendencymonia and has gained its popularity and extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most common ailment Italways cures and is pleasant to take For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue GrassIr James Whitcomb Riley is fpnd of the hotel lobby Nearly every afternoon the Hoosier poet walks down toWn and has his loaf in the Dennison or th Claypool He loves to sit and watch the guests as they mingle here an there in the big airy offices Riley is fond of natureand theI 0farm and the bees and things he finds much to interest him in the passing show of the city Just now he is un usually busy in planning his big hou to be erected at Bear Wallow hi Brown county farm where his literery GET THE BEST t EnlargedI 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the World thelatestNewBJbsraphical Dictionary containing tho names of over 10000 noted persons dato or 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most of his work comeIHe would geta supply of clean u sopy rtdoutd skIndianapolisS r Spring fild Market BaconHams 15c Sides l2Kc Beeswar 24c per pound Batter 15c to 20c per po nd ChickensHens94 Spi incite Pried apples 5c per pours poundI per usheh- per Feathers 45e per pound Flour SSOto 3Ginseng 750 per pound nraln Wbnt 8V corn Oats HidesGreen 9 5c to lOfcd l poundr J per barrel Mill productSrBran 80 jjhipstuff 100 per 100 pounds Potatoes Country Onions SlOd baijrelTurkeys Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar25c to lot fier gal on Wool Burry and greasy llKc clear of grease 20c tub wash 4l 28c Country Sorghum 45c to she Geese = a peice TATHAM SPRINGS i someIance sickeardo year illisburgeibought ShirleY for 93 Mrs Catherine Tatharc is spending a few months with her son Joe in Illi Weiss W Shirley and wife spent Sunda with the family of Mr Ton Dennis near Pleasant Grove The residence of Mr lllisha White near here was destroyed by fire about- two Weeks ago Mr Oscar Mobley j respectable young1 man of near this pl ce died last Friday The remains were interred in dayWewillteach ChambersCough The Childrens Favorite CURBS Coughs Colds Croub and to CougjhThisnreeovarn largo part of tho civilized voiid It can noopiumadultPrice l i Cheaper Than a Coffin Toe Bystander in The Louisvil- Herald who says a great many ga and true things has the following Anti toxin too highpriced We its the eper than a coffin isnt it This is thp reply given by an agent of an antitoxin manufacturer when Dr Spalding of the Chicago Board of Health complained that the high price of the lifesaving serum was beyond the reach of the poor The brutality of this answer is astounding And the worst of it is that the inhu man attitude expressed is not that an individual alone but of the tru entrenched manufacturers who in sense hold life in their hands and fuse to grant it except at enormo profit The price is fixed at a high figure with the knowledge that it is the price of a human lifer This is business Never The number of lives that are sacrificed every year because antitoxin withheld from the poor by heartless greed cannot be counted The extortion to which those able to pay are compelled to submit cannot be estimated But this insolent assertion that we should be content so long as anti to is cheaper than a coffin ought to grouse us to the abhorrent fact t human life is at the mercy of inhum greedAnd we ought to see to it that there is a different arrangement IARMA NGARDEN jh t GOOD LAND LEVELER How to Arrange a Pole Drag Whi Will Pulverize the Soil Sat isfactorily For many seasons have found pole drag such as shown herwith be very ureful in leveling and pule izing the soil writes a Michigan c respondent of the Farm soil 1lot The sketch shows the arrangement J w r CJI SOIL PULVERIZER AND LEVEUKK which consists of three hardwood poles six inches in diameter and eight feet long The poles are fastened together about one foot apart by means of short pieces of chain A board is bolted to the front piece and allowed to extend beyond the third To this board is fastened an old mowing machine stlat which forms a comfortable place fn the driver The doubletree Is atrI tached to the front pole by u shor chain POTATO SCAB Application of Corrosive Sublimate to Seed Will Prevent the Disease Appearing The effect of corrosive sublimate in preventfng scab will be made plain when we understand the cause of seal to be a minute microscopic plant which penetrates the skin of the po tato lives on the substance of th theree potatoes are plume without treatment the seed of the fungus is also planted and with the new crop of potatoes an increased crop of the fungus is produced the market value of the potatoes is almo destroyed It has been found that a bath of the seed potatoes iu a ItillYa s and the soil s not had potatoes grown upon it re Gently the new crop will be quite free ountets ten gallons of water using a barrel thatou do not use for any other pur pose for the solution Put whit see potatoes this water will cover in a thin bag and let them remain in th bath two hours I have treated see sufficient for two acres without ewing the strength writes a corr- spondent of the Country Gentleman We sometimes cut the potatoes before the bath sometimes after without any difference in results Do riot forget that corrosive sublimate is a pot son Keep the treated potatoes and the barrel containing the solution o of the reach of animals more tha suspect that the rot fungus if an adheres to the seed potatoes is large measure destroyer by this bath POLIN Mr Lee Godby and Miss Lela Wall the pretty exchange girl of Mooresville YanceySaturd SeayhaveChicago Mr Snead Gibbs received Polin Tuesday woolS Mrs Lizzie Cheatham is visiting her TMrDBardsto t PRATHERS CREEK guestsdSpringfieldIMrs Sallie Kimberlin and Miss Ethel Rogers and Mr Robert Mayes spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs W R Kim berlin Mr W T Kimberlin and daughter Mrs Mattie Crowe were guests of Mr and Mrs G T Jensonton last Sunday I wrnt to speak a word of praise for the seventythird birthday dinner of 10thfsuccesstmyawas excellentusSun r Several from here attended a Sun day school meeting at Deep Creek church last Sunday Thor is a great scarcity of tobacco acreageISyear I would be glad for all corres pondents to report in the next issue of The Sun just how conditions are in their respective communities marexThis community is very much in need cloyernMr James Best informs your correspondent that he found eighty bunches- of ginsing in two 6r three hours one transplantrevery sDrmg- He hopes to reap a rich harvest from it after while CHEAPLY MADE SHEEP RACK Design Which Has Much to Eecom mend ItThe Material Needed and How It Is Made becha have of constructing a sheep rack It may not be entirely original rackalumberercan theeattIn the first place explains the cor Iatwo posts about 4Q inches high and fasten them together with a cross piece so that they are about 28 inches apart This oi r qlillIrCHEAPLY MADE SHEEP RACK foundationIon and inside of this post Next the slanting piece is put in to which the sides of the feeding rack are attached Space Is left at the bottom so that the roqghIagee can readily be reached by the sheep As the hay is fed out it falls toward the bottom with the result that there is some before the sheep as long as there is any In the rack I think that readers will be able to furtherdeIng 0 1Illinois Central R Rt Reduced Rate Excursions to Cerulian byCaliforniaaExtremely low round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Louisiana Arkan anTexasy of each month SpringsdThrough personally conducted Excur Californiad f addressingeF W HARLOW D P A Louisville Ky SUY tensnIron I Fence f allfetlme1Ilaat siROKx AuFCINCINNATI O tOfe soloLoaCall tad l lea ea 35 Monument Co Agts Sun and the Louisville ofoner is T Carriage Painting A 4 i By An Export Painter Who Has Permanently Located In Springfield 11 4HI IR V C FOLEY of Versailles an exp rt carriage wwpamter has rented the Kit wwCasey Carriage and Paint 11ItI Shop on Vest Main Street and desires it announced ajwcvtbemade to look new Gall on Mr Foley at the Shop 1I SlStSIOSISlSLSsSiSSsiOt Royal = 1Tir youvelonged iftheIit JAS J GRAVEST CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GOI- NCOB PORATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern w Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi 4iand Louisiana We can put you in quick and countryWesatisfactory communication with the able Equipments and facilities unsur Ipassed WEPresidentSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadvortisemetttsutwpeat wantedLandserted in another department of the paper atcore low rates lB J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a Duroc boar thoroughbred Mrs J S McElroy Springfield has for sale single comb Black Manorco eggs 50c a setting Wood Young R F D No3 has for sale a good jump seat surrey Al as good as new J D Sutherland route 3 has a sow and six pigs for sale or swap C L Brady Route 3 has a lot grass pasture which he desires to preferredWyoung cattle fodr Frederickstownhas Graham Perkins Cardwell have some driving horses for sale four and brokePhoneMrs J R Blandford Route 2 hasi forsale a lot of millett seed Mrs R A McIntire R F D No 2 has for sale eggs from purebred B P Rocks and S C Buff Orpingtrtn 1 for 15 VG Gtundy Valley Hill has for rgisterelShoLMrs BL Litsey R F D No3has for sale Buff Orppington and Brown Leghorn eggs or Mrs Jas I Martin R F D No 1 JslanaRedsMrs Malisa Peytori Route 4 has fine Rock eggs for sale 17 for 1 delivered 2hasockeggs 16 for 1 haSforcents for16 Mrs Will Duncan R F Dllo 3 RockCongerstrain15 pesitting r atfifty ii1 A OPPORTUNITY Sweethearts A C Kimball ld has for PlyouthRockeggs 75 cents for 15 Mrs P M Hpward Lebanon Ky CornisheIndiaard has for sale Duroc Jersey hogs Mrs Will Clements Route 1 has for sale Black Manorca eggs pure stockI15 for 75cents basebaHtern States Two Earlington men were fined 100 each for 1 from a companion by misrepresentation Y Epilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of both mind and body The weak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Dr Miles Restorative Nerving is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the Nerves re1i ve the nervous e strain and influences refresh = ing bodybuilding sleep and rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions was taken with epileptic fits had Myfatherbut he could do very little for me and lastthey otDrNerveandbetterIalltheasIienlojngthewonderfulstedlelneR F D No2 Boston Qa yourdruggist hewillMiles Medical Co ElkharVlhd