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NT 1w a- flfl r m IDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ii 1 jC iq VOLUME u SP IMGfIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 NUMIER2S PRIMARY ELECTION Called For July 7 to Nominate For Circuit Clerk t The Democratic County Committee ynet Springfield last Saturday after noon and called a primary election fo July 7 to nominate a candidate for Cir euit Court Clerk to fill out the unex pred term of F M Campbell deceased tChe following is the call Whereas the members of Committee representing the Democratic party in Washington county Ky and constitu ting for said county the party authority for said Democratic party ware duly notified of a meeting of tee to be held at Springfield Ky on May 19 1906 for the purpose of choos 4ingthe manner and fixing the time and place for the election of a democratic nominee for the office of Circuit Court Clerk in Washingtoncounty and whereas said committee in persurance to said notification did SpringIReId Ky on said day and adopted a Resolution in words and figures as fol lows to wit Be its resolved by the Washington County Democratic Committee that onI the 7th day of July 1906 there be held a primary election of the Democrats in Washington county for the purpose of nominating a Democratic candidate for Circuit Court Clerk Provided how ever that the candidates for said nom ination shall in writing declare their candidacy to J R Gore Chr by the 22 day of June 1906 and in the event that only one person shall so declare himself a candidate for said nomination then the call for the primary election is to be null and void and the one person having so declared himself a candidate for said nomination shall be the Demo cratic candidate and after his nomina tion has been certified by the committee the Chairman and Secretary of the committee are authorized and empow ered to make a certificate to that effect to the County Clerk of Washington County and the first person so notifying said County Chairman of his intention- to become a candidate shall pay to the said County Chairman the sum of 200 the cost of holding the primary election on or before the 22nd day of June 1906 and if there be more than one candidate the cost shall be equally devided among them The excess collected from the first candidates entering said primary shall be returned to said candidate in proportion to the amount that he ioen title thereto Said primary election shall be held at each voting precinct in Washington county at which election nil known Democrats who will pledge themselves to support the nominee of maid primary and all known Democratic youths who will be legal voters at the November electionl906 shall constitute the electors in said primary election and said primary election shall be con ducted in the manner and form pre ficribed by law and the Sheriff and one of the Judges of the election shall return the ballots boxes and seals tally sheets and stubs in the manner fixed bylaw to J R Gore the Chairman of the County Committee atI Springfield Ky on the 9th day of July 1906 andI he together with the County Commit tee shall on the 10 day of July 1906 meet ann canvass the returns and declare the nominee of said primary election No persons name shall be entered as a candidate in said primary election until he has paid his propertionate partt of the cost of holding said primary elec tion in the district in which he proposes to become a candidate J R GORE Chairman R H MULLIGAN Sec proxy There will be one candidate for the- nominationat least thatsthe way the situation is sized up nQwandon the 22nd of June tho Committee will meet and nominate Mr Robert Noe There re few better or more reliable Clerks in the State than Bob Noe and as this a period in our political lives when lwoters are demanding of all parties aompetent and honest men for nomi aces we do not believe the party could elect a better man for the place Mr Litseys Prize Story Oeupar Journal The Black Cat for Pens with the 500 prize story sled In the Court of God written y Mr Edwin Cnrlile Litsey of Leba non Ky The story is almost perfect form and treatment Its hero is a ionic presumably of Gethsemane who discovered wearing the carved head 1a oeautif ul woman whom hehas loved before he to k the vows One of his brother mp ks has informed on hi- mranlthe Fa her Abbott at the hour of mea culpac 11s him to account He confe ses and is disciplined He spends a y ar in carving a beautiful head of Chri it which is all but finished save a few touches when the woman he has love i gains admittance to the loft and heirs him singing at vespers That orant of her presence he is medit ting in the little cemetery whenrr the broken w ill sees his lost love He tries to flee but instead seizesher and holds her in his arms Quick tragedy closes the tal This is one of the best prize stories the Black Cat has ever published Beckham Puts The Lid On In Louisville and There Will Be No More Open Houses Cn Sunday The Times of yesterday evening says This afternoon Louisville is in the throes its greatest t ensatftm in years caused by the announ ed determination on the part of Mayor arch after communication with Gov Beckham to enforce Sunday closin beginning at once Gov Beckham is in the city and was in conference t lis afternoon at the Galt House with M lyor Barth and City Attorney Richar s Toa Times representative the overnor stated that he was satisfied the Mayor himself and the State and city officials have theI power to prevent the illegal sale of li quor and enfo ce Sunday closing in LouisvilleI ACTI Of Little Girl Saves Life ofl Child Lebanon Ent rprise Through the presence of mil d and bravery Miss Eya Gray the t lirt en year old daugh ter of Mr and Mrs R J Gray who conduct a board ng house on the corner of Market and Water streets a horrible tragedy wis averted yesterday about noon Ji st across the railroad from the Gray home is the parsonage of the First Presbyterian church where lived Re v and Mrs T M Cor nelison who ha re three bright and interesting chillifin j One of them Patsey age thr s years while playing with her sister yesterday at the hour named above wmdercd on the railroad track just as i freight train going north was alrnps upon her The child unconcious of t ic impending danger stood immovabli but fortunately Miss Gray who was standtng on the porch of her homes w the childs peril and with a spirit o heroism that should win for her a arnegie medal rushed and assist the little one off the track justj as th j train passed so close that it tbuchec Miss Grays dress Rev and Mrs ornelison were much wrought alp an not wishing to take any chances of a reocurrence moved inI a few hours to i house on High street opposite the res dence of Mr Sam Hi Bottom LId Wall ens Dates Local options taking by W P Walden Hillsboro Ma 27 330 p m Glens Creek June 3 330p m Battle June 1 330 pm Maud June 173p in Fair View Ju e 24 330 p m Thompsonville July 1 3 p m Antioch July i 330 p m Texas July 22 330 p mIThese meetin s are for one and all Como and bring omeone with you It is Dangerou to Neglect a Cold Hdw often do we hear it remarked Its only a cold and a few days later learn that the man is on his back with pneumonia Thi is of such common occurrence that cold hovtvn slight should not be ili Tucarded Clianuior antitendencymonia and has Tninnfl its popularity and extensive sale by its prompt cures of this most tom non It always salebyGrass TEMPERANCEGATHERING Last Sunday Afternoon Was Large and Much Interest i Manifested i M ifI M MSpeeches and f Mr Collins WellReceived The temperance mass meeting at the Opera House Sunday afternoon was largely attended and much interest in the proceedings was manifested This meeting was for the purpose of organiz ing an AntiS loon League for Washington county MrC L Collins District Superin tendant of the Kentucky Anti Saloon Leaque was present and delivered anI unusually strong address His subject was The Saloon and What to Do With It- The opera house was filled toover flowing with representative men and women from all parts of the county which clearly demonstrated that ourj citizens are thoroughly awake to the seriousness of the issue before them Eld Walden presided over the meeting After an appropriate prayer by Rev R L Purdom Eld Walden introduced the speaker of the afternoon Mr Collins in a few well chosen words drew an accurate vivid and dark picture of the American saloon The speaker said as Dante and Milton both failed to fully picture hell so also it would be impossible for any one to show the saloon in all its horror Yet by statics and illustration he proved it to be the festering sore upon the body politic of the United States He then grappled the situation under the question of Whatto Do With jthe Salqon He introduced this his discussion by stating that there were three courses that might be pur sued namely To Let it Alone Restrict It Suppress It He briefly dismissed the first two courses of action as having proven their worthlessness by past failures arid showed that the only sane method was to abolish the whisky traf fic and advocated that this be done through the methods of the AntiSaloon League Mr Collins then stated that the AntiSaloon League with its slogan of The Saloon Must Go had given effectiveIby quotations which he read from the Wine and Liquor Dealers Circular he inteteststhroughout nized the ability of this organization and trembled at its strength By sight ing victories in the past he assured the temperance people that it waS worthy- of their confidence and support He then read a constitutin for the proposed Washington County AntiSaloon League which was adopted thus forming The Washington County Ahti Saloon League Thc following officers were elected Judge 1 H Thurman President Gee W wharton Vice President Rogers Gory Secretary and W A Waters Tr tl r The following is the constitution Article 1 tlo subject of this or ganizatioh shall he the suppression of the liquor traffic in Washington county WashingtonCrticle 2any is eligible tom mbershiP who will pledge himself to us J his vote and influence against the intoxicatingliquornu ral worth of woman and that the future and welfare of our country are grly molded by Tier every true worn u is eligible to membership Article ILThe officers of the League shall be a President a Vicepresident anda Secretary and Treasurer who hsM continu in office for one Thesfi officersshall constitute coutive Cbmnuttee oi the Anti vearj League of Washington County Article 4Thereshall be an ory Board composed of twelve 12 members appointed by the Eecutive Committeeone member for each pre cinct who by virtue of his office shall 11 4 be Chairman of the AntiSaloon League of his precinct Article 5There shall be no initiation fees nor dues charged Article 6Anyarticle of this Constitution may be changed or others added at any meeting by a vote of the majority of the members Thurman upon mounting the platform was greeted with an outburst ofapplause Speaking a few words in his usual forceful manner he electrified his audience After thanking the League for the honor thus conferred upon him he stated that while he had waged many intense politicial contest he intended to make this the fight of his fife The tone of his remarks sounded forth an intensity of purpose which assured his hearers of wise and zealous leadership in the approaching Campaign At the close of Judge Thurmans remarks the meeting was adjourned As it had not been previously an nounced few people knew that Rev Collins would speak at the Christian church on Sunday morning yet those who were present heard what was pos sibly the best address which he delivered while in Spjringfield The speaker faced the situation and warned his hearers against being swept away by a wave of enthusiasm and thinking that the victory was already won His object was to show of forces withwhich the cause of local option must contend Among other things he mentioned the powers of a hostile press He spoke from his own experience as a newspaper man when he told of the methods employed by the whisky peo pIe to capture the press of thecountry They send prepared copy to local papers and pay the publishers in good adver tising contracts Another method is the publication on their own account of cheap periodicals which are called agricultural journals but in reality are used to deaden public sentiment as to the evil of the whisky traffic Still another is that which by the way is being Used in Washington county of sending out under one cent postage in unsealed and unmarked envelopes un signed tracts which haveas their ob ject the defeat of local option The blind tiger This is an old argu ment and may be a real argument but if that element which votes whisky out will only keep up the fight it can also keep the blind tiger out In the evening union services were conducted at the Presbyterian church the subject of Mr Collins discourse being Our Assets This service was largely attended and the strictest attention was paid the speaker Among the numerous assets of local option mentioned by the speaker are A friendly Press completed organization the lawless saloon and public sentiment These are our assets declared the speaker the weapons with which the people are putting down the saloon in every State in the union The people of the town andcounty were glad to have Mr Collins with them and many have been heard to express themselves as being anxious to have him here for a longer period dur ing the campaign The members of the Advisory Board will be announced next week Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled form the SpringScld Post Office for weekending May 23 IsJOG ProfChandlerr LeanerIMrsMaryVfi WATERS Postmaster GRAND RALLY Of the AS ofEat fenwick Sat urday June 9 j Fenwick Ky May 21 Editor Sun Our Local met at 730 p m May 19 with all of the officers present except doorkeeper Wjll Harding After a god d handshake by the members of the Un ion and some pleasant conversational turns the house was called to order by President James Barker and the busi ness was dispatched in the usual order grandrally3 p ni Hon W C McChord will de liver the principle address An effort is to be made to have Hon H G Over street with us Mr Overstreet is familiar with the workof our organiza tion in the dark tobacco district and if it is possible for him to be present he will explain why dark tobacco double in price in two and a half years and how it will be possible for us to bring the price up and hold it up Farmers dont miss this meeting it will be time wellspent One of our members attended a meet rreportswheat for a fair price Farmers of Washing ton county dont you think you ought to meet the farmers of Marion county half way and hold your wheat at their price which I am certain will be a fair one Wake up meet theMarion coun ty farmer dont sell your wheat tor less than he sells his if you do you wont be giving him a fair deal DEE RILEY Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Testimony Local Option Towns Danville Ky May 19 1906Gentl- emenIn our opinion any one who thinks local option has hindered or injured business or business growth in Danville is very much mistaken The senior member of this firm J H Gen try has been engaged activelyin com mercial business in Danville both when saloons were permitted and when local option prevailed and states that in his opinion business here under local option conditions is 100 per cent better than when saloons werelicensed and the character of the business transact ed and of business firms is also improy ed He further stated that upon retiring from the grocery business eight years ago in this town he was selling at the rate of about 30000 a year and that having recently reengaged in bus ices at the same stand the retail grocery business of his firm is at the rate of about 60000 a year We are entirely satisfied with local option in Danville GENTRY FARRIS MENEfEE Per J H Gentry Washington Ky May 19Gerttle men About twentyseven years ago a local option election was held at this place and prohibition carried the day At that time I was I confess very skeptical as to the efficacy of the law to enforce or even to aid in temper ance I have lived here the greater part of the time since and I must ac knowledge that Iwas wrong in my former views of the matter for while we have had a few blind tigers in our midst during that time drunkenness hS a general habit has so decreased that it rrisht be said practically to have disappeared altogether Tbpr have been very few prosecutions for the violation of law and the iriora1 sentiment of the community has become so strong against intemperance I bclieye there is not a single blind tiger in the town at this time I am persuaded this sentiment prevalent among nonChristians as well as Christian is due to the fact that we have had no open saloons in our midst Familiarity with vice as is well known leads tc toleration them to empracing if The blind tiger bad as it iiinfinUJv preferable to the open saloon for tins re sun bat poodle are nearly npr to drink if the procuring of liquor is illegal The chief value of lgcaloptiort frost a practical point of view is in the fact thatl it deters the young from coM awful habit of mtemper motnlhe h FIRST GUN Col Gaither Tells the Cokxal- Brother of the Advantages of Local Option t Harrodsburg Herald Col E EL Gaither addressed a large and enthusip astic crowd or colored people at the Colored Methodist church Sunday afternoon This was the first gun fired in the local option campaign and the Colonelscored some strong points in his able argument He said to those present that one of the things that appeal to us to vote for saloons is the revenue in order to reduce our taxes and he made the very remarkable state mint that ifa tax was imposed on us to put into the town treasury the same amount that comes from the saloon the average for the colored property owners would be the enormous sum of 50 cents per year on each colored prop erty owner qr a very small part of the 5000 He also stated that the amount that goes over the counters of the saloons from the colored people was the large sum of 3500 a year Think of this from a people who need this money as no others perhaps under the sun He also said that it was hard for a colored man to eet justice in this coun try and asserted they themselves were to blame for it for when a moral ques lion came up they would line up on the wrong side Col Gaither was frequently applauded At the close of Col Gai thers address the colored pastors and Prof Garyin spoke and endorsed local option and said they would do all in their power to rid the town of salons After the meeting most of those present expressed themselves as being in favor of local option andIt I now looks like it will carry by a big majority 1 From ance When drinking whisky is noc continually before the eyes and wider the n6se of a boy he is not near so liable to become addicted to the habit We lave over a half a dozen men of middle age who were once apparently hopelessly under the influence of itst curse allof whom to the surprise of the community have entirely reformed Some by the Keely cure others byI their own Will power But I am con fident that lasting reform in none of possiblebadopenly carrying on the traffic of intoxi cants Im sure no community which has given local option a fair test wint ever permit again the sale of whisky or beer in its confinesMARTIN MCKNIGHT LINCOLNSBIRTHPLACE Is Washington County According to Evidence Gathered Dui ing the Past Few DwDuring the past week ac the solici tation of Mr Pendleton C Beckley a prominenT member of the Louisville Commercial Club and Mr Clarence Dallham Hons John W Lewis and W D Claybrooke of this place have been gathering data to establish the fact that Abraham Lincoln was born ip Washington county Messrs Lewis arid Claybrooke claim that they have conclusive proof to establish this fact Affidavits together with a certified cop of the marriage certificate of Thos Lincoln and Nancy Hanks which is a record in the Washington county Ctar fe office togethar tai h other proof hztve been filed with Mr Dallham a 1eadinCI attorney of Louisville The proof sere to Mr DUbaic ilv Measn iAIIlIID and Cteybrooke in asiIv t a and UMJM gentlemen eteim to have Dscure willies the loci few Was ether avidenC wWck will eetablwk L1mntnrbii In this ountj beyond aa questioso fx doub f i j t s Ji THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 j 904 HLOSS BL kiFINL CLOTHES MAKERS 11AL AMORE NEW YORK COURIERS l BRAVERY Saved a Large Sum 6f- Money From Bandits f In Mexico El Paso Tex Details of the hold up by three Americans of the carar Van going to the Dolores mines in the mountains of Chihuahua Mexico in which Silly Smith in ofgthe party was wounded and three of his men killed reached here the other day by courier from Teracisachlc where the wounded were taken and Irom whl Jh point the Rurals were sent out The details Show that it was a sen rational affair The American robbers are at large but the Rurals most of them trained against the Apaches r years ago are trailing them The Mexican government has offered 500 reward for their apprehension either In Mexico or the United States The attack took place west of Pa jarlto pass three hours ride from Santo Tomas station on the Chihua campWhichthe mountain above with the object of watching the movements of the bullion train from and to the mine The bullion train entered the trap as calculated and when Smith riding at the head of the column camo abreast of the last barricade a man Vith face masked suddenly showed himself behind the fall and crying Now youro my meat fired at him from a distance of about eight feet The ball struck a cartridge in Smiths belt and after passing through his belt and clothing cut a deep gash across the abdomen Al though his horse reared and bolted and be was almost doubled by the 1Ihot Smith managed to draw his reo Tolver and fire at the robber Meanwhile the other bandits Vhacl opened fire on the escort two of whom were Killed and one shot THE BANDITS POURED A VOLL5 Y INTO THE CARAVAN through the bladder while the last three fled for safety Smiths host man Francisco Tor res was not hit at first lie jumped from his horse and took to the thick brush for cover with the intention af making a detour and reaching his thief who was ahead of him lo- died fighting His corpse was found k short distance from the trail his rifle clutched and the attitude of the body showed that he was hit in the act of taking aim As soon as Smith was able to re train his frightened animal he dismounted and ran back into the fusil lade his Intention being to cut out the mule carrying the money which Jie succeeded in tfolne after ex MRS JOHN A LOGAN EDITOR AND Before marrying the general tend senator Mrs Iogmi wns Mary Slmmerson Cunnli ghuin of Petersburg Mo She was born In 1838 and magazine and newspapers Mrs Loyun succeeded Clara Bur of the lied Cross society changing shots with one of the rob bers w 10 came out to meet him aomewht t above the trail Haylnj secured this mute and find Ing that none of his men appeared to aid Mm he struck out with the mule to ik out the money and start ed on a gallop for Coconioachlc which reached In three hours faint an weak from loss of blood Tracks near the trail show that one of tile men followed him on foot until he was beyond reaching Closer following the bullion train and end avorlng to reach it in order trave more safely came Mrs be Quintana a widow en to her ranch on the Rio Verde her sixyear old daughter and a single n ozo for escort Her party spot whet the firing b6 rcachedIthe n ozo endeavored to draw his revolver but was shot through the right ha id He rail after MN Quln tana to a cave In the ravine below where liey remained hidden all that afternoon and the following night until th searchers discovered them scared jut safe Hade to Sleep with Cows Omah Neb William 0 Garber of DewittIa formerly of Morrlson Ill has sue for divorce on the ground that hi wife made him sleep with cattle Icat him and drove him from home w th a revolver olldwing the English It Is noted that English ideals ol comfort are gradually altering the style o German domestic architec tare M Had a Close Call- A dangerous surgical operation im volvfng the removal of a malignant ul cer as large as my hand from my daughters hip was prevented by the of Bucklens Arnica Salve says A C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of the Salve Injuriest r I HOTEATRCLOTHES AT Cunningham DuncansA- TReduced Prices 1 Reduction in Carpets Mattings and Wall Paper WRITER dLstlnguIshiul beforetillIlOntrlblltedtO lito application completely Treating Seed Grain tonIto Kill Smut Glenn ofta space on the barn floor or sweep a clean space on the and level ground and lay a goodsized canvas down on which to spread out the grain See that the place Is swept clean and thoroughly sprinkled with the formalin solution before placing the seed grain f Now spread out your seed grain and prejjare the formalin HoluUon Use TburouncoH of formalin tp ten gillpns of water Put the solution In a barrel or tub thoroughly mixing It so the formalin will be well distributed Two gallons of the solution will treat 100 pounds of grain This solution can be applied with the garden sprinkler Care must be taken tp thoroughly moisten the grain Sprinkle stir the grain up thoroughly and sprinkle again until you feet cer tain every kernel is wetj with the solu lion When you have completed tliw Rprlnkllr g process plan the grain In a conical pile and cov1r with horse blankets guns y etc to hold the pliorwhlchgrain has remained in a covered pile two to four hours spread It out again where the wind fan blow over It to air und dry us rapidly as possible As soon as one ran take the grain In the hand without the kernels sUck leg together says the Farm and Home It con be sown In the Held Since this treatment swells the kernels It hastens germination und should be done in tilt spring just before seeding time Set the seeder accordingly The Sun and the Louisville Daily Herald both papers 2one year GOVEROR BECKHAM ProclamationTo Frankfort Ky May 11 Governor clamrioninviting Comihg Week June 1317 next The Louisville Commercial Club will have seventyIthousand copies of the proclamation formerI1an Invitation for HomeComing week THE PROCLAMATION Commonwealth of Kentucky Executive Department Frankfort j To all Absent Sons and Daughters of Kentucky Unto Whom These Pres ents Shall Come Greeting As the fond parent yearns for the return ofan absent child so does your mother Commonwealth rejoice in the prospect of bringing you back even for a visit to your old Kentucky Home Wherever you have wandered into whatever lands or climes you may have gone to take up your abode you are now by parental authority summoned back to the proud old State that gaye birth to you or to your forefathers The old dinner horn that in days of yore told you of the approaching meal has been taken down from the wall and there issues from its sonorous and hos pitable mouth a trumpet call reaching ndrreathing Dont Fail to the our store sick Kentuckian the musical and rreI sistible he drop all else and forthwith begin his back to his native Heath A joyous welcome awaits you feasts and festivals have been prepared to gladden your hearts burgoo and barbecues will awaken old and delightful memories in you music and song in sweetest strains will ilspeechfor you and the interest and pride she has taken in your success in other lands As the genial sun of spring warms into life the beauties of nature so will the kindly glances and friendly grasps of your old friends in Ken ucky inspire in you if possible a greater and tenderer love for the State you once left Peace and plenty shall be yours and hardened indeed must be the heart that resists such invitation and parental appeal Gods country in June will put oh her loveliest garb for you nature will wear as she can wear only in Kentucky her brightest wreath of flowers and smiles the feathered songsters will gaily join in the green pastures shady woodlands roll ing hillsides and streams will in glorious and gorgeous style be speak the welcome which thrills every heart We have this great event for your coming in Louisville from June 13 to 17 thence you may radiate into all parts of the State where equal hospi table welcomes will be given you Now therefore as Governor of the of Kentucky IJ C W Beck ham do by these present and by the authority of the parent which Ken tucky claims over all her children even into the third and fourth command each and every former Ken tuckian whether separated from us by imaginary State lines or broad seas to plowtheness office or in whatever H THIS BS SUNSHINEDAY Throughout the Entire United States 6e- among numberof whovisit andget Coupon tJppealthat prilgrimage musicalcelebration picturesque Commonwealth generations employment let him for the timj cease his work and return home Men women and chil dren who possess the priceless heritage of having a drop of Kentucky blood in their veins must obey these commands and fail not to be with us dunng this gala period It is not necessary to is sue any commands to the people here ag to the treatment of the guests for the former are anxious beyondmeasure to show them that the old Kentucky home is just as good now as it ever was Done at Frankfort this 9th day of May 1906 and in the 114th year of the Commonwealth JC W BECKHAM By the Governor H V McCHESNEY Secretary of State By AssistantSecretary of St- ateChamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need Ofa reliable remed for colic or dianliea at some title during the year This remedy recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people physicians resultsIt has often saved life medicine could have been sentaor a physician summoned It only costs a quarter Can you afford to risk so much for so little BUY IT NOW a V FreeP- ACKAGE A OF SUNSHINE Finishes AND A SET OF SUNSHINE furaitinre TO THE f FIRST 25 LADIES LVISITING OUR STORE I ITODAY EVERYBODY WILL HRfeeSETPiiit a Little SU1lSHINE 4n Your Home MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For Sale by 1 O Jm HAYDONr 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906i II JII 1riztizi + ft ift ft 0 ft ft ft ft I1 ft ft I1 Mt itt foft I1 + fT i+ J tf VI rAyl HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS L t I 1 t f L I PAY CASH 7 7 V rr l 1 i jf+ 7 tit ij AuIICaoIBox isajoyforever as loni as Jack Frost still lingers with us If the coal tE comes from our yard tie coal box keeps full longer Thats because GOAL LASTS LONGER that we sell If you dont believe it just try it One trial i and the saving of some dojlars will convince you in our favor Order a load today 1 w tit FAIR TREATMENT HONEST DEALINGS i JONESJMOTTQ i I ALWAYS WHAT I SAY 11Itit 1H f JIL i Lt t Ji p711 H111 JONES W + it TA t W Building aIHouse Teaches that It Does Not Pay to Build Cheaply For years writes Waldo F Brown of Butler county 0 I built cheap houses and putln plank floors and they were never satisfactory and always har bored rats I went to work and first laid In my floor of the best grade of Portland cement digging down at the outer edge a little deeper than for the main floor as this made a perfectly firm foundation for the building I had always had trouble with foundations and determine I would remedy this difficulty My building is two stories high as I needed storage for grain besides it could be put up with little added expense as but one root was needed for it whether oneor two stories high The posts ofvhe house are 4x6 Inchesthree at the front and three IMPROVED HOG HOUSE at the back Each story is high enough so a man can stand erect in it the upper part being over seven feet at the frout and five feet in the roar The floor Joists for the upper floor are placed crosswise and are 2x10 Inches and thoroughly bridged in order to give strength for the heavy weight that we sometimes put upon It The house is made eight by 32 feet inside and an outer floor of the same size is conducted in the rear This outside floor is a foot lower than the floor of the house Whep we clean the In side floor the manure is thrown out side and quite a number of loads may be stored here by having the floor lower As there is danger of small pigs or heavy sows being injured in from the house to this outer floor it t well to put a secure bridge with asy slope for them toRpass over is not necessary to explain why this uter floor is of so much importance ttt ++ for It w be been at a glance that this gives a place for healthy exercise and by haying a cement floor no manure s lost by seepage and the manure can bfl thoroughly worked over and put In fine condition before being applied to the land This bridge should b made of cement as it is dif anInotsoft ceme t so as to make grooyes and avoid dai ger V This he use Is large enough to fat ten 30 plfs In It If they are marketed when reaching the weight of about 200 poun s or course if large hogs aC1commodatWe arrange to divide the house Into four rooms so as to Keep the sows and ndJareapqri so pn r boards can be dropped In danger of their slipping We d nail then but a hole should beI bored at hhe top oilthe upper board and a strong pin pjit in for bolt to keep the sows from lifting the partitions and throwing them down Racks I should be made on which to store the boards when not in use At one end of the house we make door 2 h feet wIde and high enough so a man calwalk through it erect by using a movable chute It Isa very easy matter to load the hogs when they are sold We make the rear doors but hree feet high which is sat ficient to throw out the manure easily The Importance of thorough ventila tion is great and this IB furnished by windows with hinged doors so that they maN be closed during stormy weather In the south end a glas window is put in to give light and sunshine The house built on the east side of the driveway so as to be convenient for loading or unloading grain Jus across the driveway is a large clsteijn and this saves many stops In caring for the hogs The tu h is made to extend th full length of the house As I hav always had trouble with rats wh e the trough is placed in front of the pen under the lower nail tie high enough to ad mit It PIacfIt four Inches out side of In this way the slop can be mat any point and does spouts A hinged lid covers Jt keep out rain and snow 100sThte and as ce nent Is now cheaper they could be put In for lets money I have W+ used the house for a number of years and If another one were needed I would build it on the same general plan The cut herewith will give a good idea of the style of building Prairie Farmer FormerIWashington Countians Who Will Be Here Outing HomeComing Week IThe pJaAfor Home Coming Week in June 1317 are practially complete and any one at all familiar toIbased upon acceptance cards and letters on file at the headquarters of the Lou atatend nce of over55OOQexKehtuckians Only a small portion of this number in dicated on their acceptance card the county of their birth Below will be found a list of former residence of this county who have ac cepted the Home Coming invitation This list by no means represents the attendance of those who went from this only Practically every one ac thatshe or s te will be accompanied by from two to fuse others The Home Coming Association at Louisville informs us that Washington county will according to itsestimates- be represented by 510 former citizens JuneeeAs the railroads have made arate of one fare for the round trip from Louis ville to all points in Kentucky tickets going on sale June 16th it is expected that all former citizens of our county who yisit Louisville will come to their old homes as soon as they have par taken fully of Louisvilles hospitality Jas Minarta 404 N Ball St Webb City Mo J C James 709 N I2th Sti Waco Texas Amy H Rinehart 876 Adeline St Oak apdcqar + 1 it WOOL WOOL 1I wil want your wool this season and of course I will have tIthe price row is the time l to ell tt fsff ir1 t HaulIng i l 5 have bought the transfer business of Mr Allen andwiil continuerthe l business When you have any hauling to do telephone me 4 DO ILL DO t i f o Hog Experience l tItIOnI cc T ti Ti IT MJ IT1 HM 1JI Box 365 Norborne INMontgOmery 4809 Cass Omaha Neb T H Carrico Sanger Texas A S Mayes 2634 Fulton St Berk ley Cal Mrs R L McAllister Safford Ariz Mrs E M Hightowers Brundidge Ala 9oJoJsas City Mo- EmmetJ McElroy 406 Nelson BIdg Kansas City Mo Hueh L McElroy 406 Nelson Bldg Kansas Ciry Mo Mrs Cordia Foster Windsor Mo ElmerFoster Windsor Mo C F Powell Agency Mo S H Gregory Alton Ills Lee McElroy 11 E Missouri Ave Kansas City Mo Dr and Mrs J H Johnson Round Rock Texas Hunter A Craycroft Dallas Texas C T Blanford Lafoliette Tenn Wm A Taylor Moore Okla IndIW S Miami Fla Mrs Calista Sharrard Pawnee Okla Mrs J B Hopkins 219 N Spring St Nevada Mo Mrs C H Vawter R F D South port Ind A J Vance 427 Lafayette St Jackson Tenn J P Stirie R R 1 Ramsey Ill Miss A L Raybpurne 876 Adeline St Oakland Cal Mrs N J Dodson 304 Russell St E Nashville Tenn Stephen E Browne 301 0 E 26th St Kansas City Mo Chas S Montgomery 1606 W 12th St Los Angeles Cal W P Peter 277 Ral St Dallas Texas Linahan Beadle Arnin P 0 Texas C E Craycroft 124 N Travis St Sherman Texas Col Mark 1 McDonald 1015 Mc Donal Ave Santa Rosa Cal Phillip Burns and wife R R 8 Algears Ind J W Wheatley 3209 N 18th St Kansas City Mo Sidney Hedgen Henryville In- dVD Coy Grant county National Home Ind W R Elgin Corinth Miss N L Mitchell R RL 6 Leaven worth Kas Mrs Kate Skaggs Nelson I T Mis K Shea 516 Stephenson St Pullman IlldMrs R Bilney 2606A16th St Chica + go Ill Jno G Isham Lansing Kas H D McElroy 810 Madison Kansas City Mo R P Montgomery Deepwater Iiss Mrs Lucy Dearing Barnard Mo EB Peter Denton Tex Ml ZION After several weeks absence we again ask space for our gossip in the newsy columns of The Sun Mrs CoM Williams spent Sunday with her mother Mrs Thos Dawson near Bloomfield Mr and Mrs Geo Russell of Ashs Creek visited at the Russell house last Saturday Miss Lydia Williams returned home last week from a trip to Louisville Mrs J B Williams of Midway was ayandSundaMiss Claudia Neale is visiting her cousin Mrs Nat Bricken of Maud this week Miss Nora Bonta closed a very suc cessful term of school here last Friday The following day the children aildI parents were given a picnic on Chaplui river which was enjoyed by those rpresentSeveral of our young people attended the Childrens Day Exercises at Maud Sunday nightiMiss Fanny Dawson of Bloomfield is spending the week with her sister Mrs C M Williams Sue and Mary Williams who have been attending school here for the past three months returned to their home at Midway last week Miss Nora Bonta left for Springfield Monday where she expects to spend several weeks Rheumatism Why suffer from this painful malady when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm gives relief Hundreds offgrateful people testify to the magical powerof this remedy over rheumatism For sale by every reliaple dealer in the Blue GrassItSubscribe for The Sun 100 yearL IEA1J mJt 1 lil lt J The Rurfees Painti EVERY GALLON- GUARANTEED You can see the guarantee right on the can Thous ands of gaHons of the paint have been sold jn this community with perfect satisfaction I have the largest stock of paint in the county If you want to paint your house I will deliver forlessyour paint bill Drop me a postal I will save you money standsforthe county backed up with such a Guarantee TCTATUMVALLEY HILL KINTUCKYJ t ip- 4 ITflESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 leI 18 18 81 18 181 WANTED I- To know if there is anybody who does not know that the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER CO carries a complete line of everything you need when you do any new building or repairing For instance Cimtnt of all Kinds Roofing of all Kinds Irlek and Lima Fly Sereins and Semirings Windows Doors and Frames RfUfh and Finishid Lumbar Anything in the building linein is our stockL t OranI wwwwwwwwwwwww T SPRIN6FIELDSUN Wednesday May 9 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher metered at the postoffice at Springfield for transmission through the mans as secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Year 100 MX Months 50 Three Months i l 25 j IIrln writing to have your address changed always the p08toffi e to which your paper going as well as the postoffice to yo wish it sent DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HUN BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON coUNT CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subiect to the ac tion of the Democratic party WHO WINS Connecticut Citizen The que tion with which we begin ma well be asked in regard to th result of allowing saloons to ruin a town Who wins becau ofitIs it the farmer Just try to imagine the furrows being turned a little straighter the seeds pla ted a little more carefttllyth grass more thoroughly cured int hay the horses better the cows more kindly treated th young stock made more gentle because the hired man was drunk the night pef re- Study Ion itand see if you can get to expect better fences fewer brush hedges tastier lawns and home surroundings painted build ings anew wind milla silo and a corn crib because the owner of the farm spends his evenings and his money loafing around a saloon Who stables his cattle in the road shelters his mowing machine under the big maple Wee in the front yard lets his chimney top fall off and his roof leak The deacon jor the drunkard How about the grocer Does doypuknoJroom goI nand buy an eXtra supply of oranges and sardines of candy and ginger snaps of panoakes and peanuts of canned salmon praream cheese Haven 11 rwww w www w w you an idea that thes and a thou sandother things ari left out of the bill of fare of the drunkards family when he migh have them as well as not if he would skip his regular visit to the grog shop If that is the case it isnt the groceryman who win is it Maybe the dry go ds star or the clothing man is the winner Just watch the fellvs who are regular customers at he gin mill and see if they alway ear the latest fashion in clothes nd are sure to have a new suit at ach charge of the season and pen lookup their boys and girls and see if they show the marls of extra good customers in t ic kind of clothing and hats and hoes which they wear It is worth while to think this over for you want to answer our question wisely of coi rse getsLs machinery do hi forge show loom turn out finer bettertwork hon increase loom up because he with befuddled brains shift bloodshot eyes shaky nervous fingers an ugly dispositions But those things ar i the direct result of the nightly spree and somebody must win o it How about the nei jhborhood Is it safer cleaner qu ieter more attractive Ifn5t tt en it is no the gainer Who wins rakess whichrought to go tome welnwivesseyes cot rse And every drink he s ills and ev ery dime he counts at night tno eternaegomadn wineun i a fight is over and the angels weep whi e the pit wins another victim The Louisville ho ecoming committee guarantees to all Ken tuckfans who have ben rolling around over other pi rts of the globe for the past qua ter of cen tury that they will i nd things just the same ailithe days of oldBut the Louis vine homecoming ommittee doesnt give a bond to his effect About the only things t lat can be guaranteed to be posi ivelv and precisely the same art ties that we had twentyfive years ago are the blue skies Ken ucjcy hos pitality and the old fashioned clover blooms The cha nges have been many Even he fillies grassylapswrought their changes By the trained gardener the vegetable kingJoms haye beeT nlade to bloom a different hue the babbling brooks through the valleys have changed their courses and a rail road bridge spans the Old Swim ming Hole the Everlasting Hills have given up the giant oak and the trickling waters have cut deep furrows thrbugh our moun tainsau1 praise God the true Kentuckian is still with us by the thousands and he will greet the homecomer with the same warm handshakethe same good grip that he knew a quarter of a cen tury ago The hills of Kentuckv may change under the ravages of time the flowers may bloom a different hue the streams may cut through different valleys but the true Kentuckian is astsot in his ways as is the north star and hell hug when you come home So whats the difference if the other changes are many SALOONS JV AY BE- BARRED OUT In Constructing the New City on San Francisco Ruins San Francisco May nThat the authorities here have no intention of loosening the reins which have held the liquor dealers in check since the city spffered its great disaster was made plain today by an emphatic declaration from Mayor Sjchmitz that all drinking places Will be closed for an indefinite period He attributed the remarkable absence of crime and the exceptional order which has prevailed since the conflagration to the fact that the edict against the selling of liquor had been rigidly enforced The stand of the Mayor was empha sixed when tne Board of Police Commis sioners met and unanimously indorsed a suggestion made by the Mayor that all saloonlicenses be revoked The Commissioners were a unit that the future welfare of the city would be enhanced by fewer dunking places A number of saloon proprietors have in course of construction temporary buildings To these the Commissioners is sued a warning advising them that the number t f saloon licenses to bi issued in the future would be grea ly cur tailed and that it was unwise for them to incur any expense in the way of temporary building operations- In San Mateo just over the county line the supervisors recently allowed resultsandswomen drunken orgies and the nearest ap proach to riotous conditions that has existed since the great catastrophe followed Chief of Police Dinan ap shopstwithin his jurisdiction and today the Sheriff said that he would do so even if it becomes necessary for him to go to the militia for aid The Need For Clean Men oftto name the countrys greatest need he would reply in his quick conclusive way Clean men He knows smart men there are by the thousands rich men abound more than in any other age of everyIpopulation of eighty millions the chief executive has difficulty in finding the man of exceptional character for a post flawlessse misses no opportunity to preach clean manhood But neither Presidents nor preachers nor teachers cat do the work of fathers except in their town families thesmost lands men who nce reach success give their mothers the credit All that I m11 lImJ i i II Spe- cialAttractions g See the special value Linens at 10 yard India Linen is worth 25 per cent more we ask Ladies Under Vests 9 this is an good one for the price t All Wall WE SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN MENS AND BOYS SUITS Let us SHOW YOU g = am I owe to my mother said Lincoln It was you who taught me to write so You really did dear mother said the crabbed Carlyle We get our moral qualities from our mothers our mental from our fathers says the anJ as we look back we find this mater nal affection the loveliest on earth But isnt there a conviction down deep in our souls that we have done much if our fathers had taken time and trouble to share ourconfidences in the years that counted mostFrom THE DELINEATOR for June Col Geo W j The people of Springfield had the pleasure of hearing Col Geo W Bain of Lexington one of the countrys foremost lecturers last Wednesday and Thursday nights The lecture Wednesday was styled Searchlights of the Twentieth Century and was the last of the series of lectures have been this by Messrs and Campbell Col Bain has a national reputation as a speaker and deservedly sd He is a speaker of the old eloquent andwith a ready vocabulary withoutbeing or bombastic His delivery his graceful his or rcconteur note his anecdotes those of the true his firstllecture he treated of the today confronting the United namely the negro question the m1Pi1 = j IAUNT SALLY is an old fashion loaf of rich brown delicious Rising we remember so when we were children kind that one piece for another and our craving hardly gratified Its really good try it Buy none except the Aunt Sallie if you genuine in by I MCELROY BROStWl1i Sii71hjj T IN ALL KINDS OF Summer Goods AT BIG STORE Beautiful Flowered and Plain Organ ens in all grades New stock Val Laces received large Showing of BackCombsRibbons Etc SpecialPrices on CORSETS vVrap1UIndia cents this than Summer Knit cents each extra Carpets Mattings Rugs and Paper at Reduced Prices HAVE ROBERTSON BROS dr 1111 physiologists thing should better Bain night which given season Colvin school earnest florid language IIn nlrJi1burjBi Rare Treat that Salt that well still The appetites calledI Sold Springfield exclusively THE LawnsBatistesand Just Fans u u or increased growth of cities immigration trusts expansion and labor and capital He not only showed what the problems were but named remedies therefor The second lecture was on the The New Woman and the Old Man In this lecture he made a plea for the new woman whose motto was advancement qf her sex and whose influence is in nearly every case for good and likewise that the old man should get out of his set ways cease his extrava gances and dissipation and advance as is the woman The Daily Herald AN- pthe Sun ONE YEAR 200 m 15 and 10 Cent 5alil One Week Only 1 I I Opens Saturday May 26 closes Friday IH 1II Son a of the sc goods are worth ioc tox c Some of tbe1Itioc goods are worth i5ctoJ25c f The line will consist of Tinware Enamelware Q u nsw fand Glassware and a Variety of other goods reI120 pieces brilliant Glassware worth ioc to 2sc piece for id cents This includes PitchersButter rHair and Clothe Brushes Mirrors Scissors Enamel Pud s ding and Wash Paps etc t ioc beHammocksJCroquet I44 Picees Table Sets hlnd IiSh sat rdayca Produce t Remember the Date The Enterprise Store- I TEXAS KENTUCKY 1 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 t a prj Linen SkisjAt Mrs Williams from 150 up See then IIjMRStw1i1tiia1iw1j1I 111111 Local News Notes FOR SALEA nice lot of 2year old rose bushes sweet potatoes and toma to plants E A Cox A meeting of the American Society of Equity at Fenwick school house Saturday June 9 at 3 oclock p m W C McChord will deliver an address Important NoticeAre your chick ens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 5Q cents at all drug stores The Orphean Musical Club will appear at the House some timeI during the weekof June 4 This attrac tion is highclass and the management is lucky in securing itjNOTICEAll persons holding claim- againgt the estate of Sam Mason dec ceased will present same properly proven up as by law required to the QKypExecutorThis April 25th 1906 STRAY SHEEPrOverj four weeks ago 12 or 13 cld owes and 17 lambs strayed from my place Old were painted on right hip with repaint Twill give a liberal reward for information JM RUSSELL Stewart Ky NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411l44 is sold under a postive guarantee byI your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneckor your money will be refunded BIDS WANTED We are now ready t6 Deceive bids for building turnpike from the Springfield and Perryville pike to Marion county line abbut 2J miles Persons desiring to make bids will correspond with J W Gordon Springfield Ky Route 4 or Clarence Christie Lebanon Ky LOSTWhile on my way to Spring g I lost a rag rcarpets between RIP Blanfords and Hijory Osborns blacksmith shop on Loretto and St Roses turnpike Finder will notify undersigned and if a re and is deman ded will be given Route 2 MRS R P BLANFORD NOTICEThe undersigned as execu tor of Sam Mason decreased will on Monday May 28 1906 at 230 pm at the Court House door in Springfield Ky sell a house and lot pn the Spring field and Perryville roacl about one mile South East of Springfield Ky to the highest and best bidder One third cash balance two notes secured by lien on said property due in 6 and 12 months Possession can be given the purchaser on day of saleiItKE Executor of Sam Mason deceased This April 25 1906 nw t J MARRIAGE ANNOUNCEMEN Miss Liz zie Mae Gregory daughter of Mr an Mrs J F Gregory t of Pleasant Grove neighborhood willibe married June 20 to Mr Carlisle Clelland of Middles boro Miss Gregory is e of the tys prettiest and most accomplished young women and has a arse circle of friends who extend sincere wishes for her happiness Mr Clelland is connect ed with a Bank at Middlesboro and is one the to mein Of Interest to Taxpayers The followi g j sections are taken from article Eight of the new revenue law and Tire very important to tax payers Section 20 All State county and ets and payable on and after the assessment and id Aase same are due shall be ee ned delin quent and such taxes sh ill bear interest at the rate ot six per cent per nnum from the first day f November they are due untilai and any erson or persons failin to pay taxes the first day of Nov em er in the year following the assess nent of such tax shall pay a penalty oJ six percent urn additional on the taxes due and unpaid The Sheriff or co lector whose shedcount for the same in way in which they are thlsame and account for the taxes Section 21 Within fifteen days any taxpayer becomes delinquent provided in the prec ding section the Sheriff on the collector of the county where the grope ty is liable shall make and certify t the County Clerk a list of such delinquents the property assessed and tHe amount of tax penalty and interest due the State county pr district and the date when interest begins which he is authorized to collect which list shall be by the Clerk filed in his office and recorded in a booK kept for thatpurpose and so arranged with appropriate columns in which to record the factb certified by the Sheriff and for recording thedate for issuing the tax warrent and the of the county to which issued and the substance of the Sheriffs retunrs thereon Section 22 The Gouty Clerk in whose office the list is recordedsh all within ten days after this list is filed issue a tax warrent against each delin quent in the name of toe Commonwealth of Kentucky The tax warrent shall be directed to the Sheriff or the collector of the county in which the list is recorded commanding him to collect of the delinquent tax interest penalty and costs and if not paid on demand to distrain and sell the estate owned by him at the time assessment was made notwithstanding the exis tence of any lien upon the same or a sufficient amount thereon to satisfy the interest penalty and costs of the tax warrant Subscribe for The Sun 100 Year put Our Drinks are than SozoKoaSOZOKOLA js a Kola and Cocoa drink made witH pure granulated sugar has the real flavor and come back to it It is not like most similar drinks We dont to cut our quality in order to come even We buy our sirup at half the price the other fellow pays for his Our are than NON A fine drink Made from Roots and Health and Satis fying Made with pure granulated sugar sirup The e any Root Beer on the market and better than many II ITY not QUANTITY our motto Our name on the bottle is your guarantee I NOTICE Taxpayers will take notice that all itcity taxes are now due and payable to the city Under the present mode of collecting taxes due the city the tax collector will not call upon you and solicit payment as but it is the duty of each tax payer to settle with the City Mr L B Cain at the First National Bank After July 1st a penalty of 2 f per cent will be added to all taxes unpaid at that time and after September r 1st and November 1st each 2 per cent will be added d a tax warrants will issue for sum mary License taxes are now past due and it would be well for all persons who nare conducting any business for which a license tax is to bear in mind that if they have wit secured such iicense during the year 1906 they are liable to a fine of not less than 5 nor more than 25 and each day such busi ness is Without license con stitutes a offense DOG TAXIt is the duty of all per sons haying a dog to take out license therefor and it is for a dog to be permitted to run at large without on its neck a collar to which should be attached the check issued with the license and the for failure to do so is not only that the dog shall be impounded but also that the owner or keeper thereof is liable to a fine Copies of the City can be secured from the office of The Spring field Sun free of charge Ignorance of law is no excuse and will not be a good defense to an action against per sons who have rendered themselves liable by failing to comply with the law Heretofore the city authorities deemed it proper to have the laws strictly enforced until the people could have an opportunity to know of them but notice is hereby given that here after the laws must be rigidly enforced JOHN W Mayor Attest C M City Clerk VALLEY Mrs Lizzie Crow was at Hillsboro one cjay last week teaching music Mr and Mrs Pope Bishop visited Mr and Mrs Tom Prather from Friday until Mr and Mrs Thomas Brown of Mrs1feKeehngMrs W C arid little daughter Icie T of Sparrow visited the latters Mrs J D Suth erland and Mesdames Lucinda McElvoy and D W Crow and little daughter Mary Efile and Mr and Mrs T W Suther land spent last with Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland The seventeen year locusts have ap peared in this section Mr and Mrs Thomas Me Ilvoy and two sons Billie and Ruby and M r and Mrs Allen Sutton and little daugh ter Mildred were the guests of Mr and Mrs Billy Sutton of Brooksville Saturday night and Sunday Miss Sarah Shields of spent Sunday and with Mrs J Dt Sutherland Several fromlhere attended the tem perance speaking at Willisburg Satur day Misses Hallie Suttles Mattie Roberts and Pearl Peabler Messrs George Dean Ballard hand Op Suttles spent last Sunday with Mr and Mrs J T Baker ISuttleslast week with Mrs Dick Shewmaker to be h a of in bot tIe we up of nee are in If to of j Better have Better Others Herbs lualof Treasurer I individual Treasurer additional collection imposed continued separate unlawful having penalty hadnot LEWIS Sunday Cammack Sunday Monday Hillsboro Monday evening II Q A L y I J FINE CLOTlf = ING Grudy ClothIing pleases the man who Stylish and Dressed IPTITT BRICKEN BROS CO LEBANON KYJ Theres sparkling brimming glass full Isatisfaction and appreciation eVery Backed by years experi success and merit PURITY and QUALITY reflected sparkling you would like feel the sweet refreshing delicious cooling sensation craving thirst satisfied DRINK Others REFRESHING DELICIOUS I adulterated Drinks II I Root BeerSPARKLING INTOXiCATING heretofore penaltiepiof Ordinances McCHORD SYCAMORE daughter Saturday ITT wants Comfortably every Our Drinks are Better than 0 rsIRed Rock SNOREDRbeyondqusuffering from indigestion and dys epsia A drink for women ana children Our Drinks are Better than Others DoapadeINVIGORATING SATISFYING addedthoVC R has some of the COMEBACK IN IT TOO Its new yourmCarbonated in Bottles 5C Bricken Bros CoL Lebanon Ky Sold Everywhere BRICKEN BROS CO LEBANON KY T iti IThe Saturday j Shipments Of flatsII At the Knott Gos will be iof interest to you Come and examine them- Trimmed Hats and ReadytoWears for Women and Children at greatly reduced prices i We have a few baby caps which will be closed out at very low prices t THE KNOTT r COrOVER PEOPLES BANK Ii T OQQqOQOQOOQOO I Personal Noteslbn = 0 0 Visitors In and Out of TownA n Round Up of 0 Personal News 0- ooeoooeOOOOOOQQ Mr James Bunell of Lebanon here Tuesday Mr Andrew Cunningham is visitin friends in Cynthiana Miss Jennie Greene spentThursday steatMrs Leo Haydon and son are spending this week with Mr Ben Hay j don near town Mr Jag Clements is in Louisville Qn business Mr Charles Haydon is in Bards town today Mrs John W Lewis is in Louis atyule visiting her daughter Hon C C McChord is in Ashland on business Mr and Mrs J F Simmsspent oneday in Louisville this week Miss Lula Merritt of Willisburg was here Monday shopping Mrs Sallie Simms spent several days in Lebenon last week townsstQ n last week Mr and Mrs Dudley Wells Were in Bloomfield Sunday on Mr Dudley Tapp was in Bloomfield last week Miss Isa Colvin after attending school here has returned toher home in Bardstown Mr Ben F Simms was in Bards town last week and Mr M H Junes spent several days in Louisville last week on business Mss Mattie Robertson has returned home aftera visit to friends in Louis ville Mis James Haydon has returned to he home in Bardstown after a visit tt her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon Mi js Sadie Mays has returned home laBMJom= Miss Ida McClure has returned to her home in High Grove after attending the High School at this place tMiss Silrah simms has returned home from a visit to her aunt Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown MrS Booker Sansbury of Louis the vine is the guest of relatives dt this place son Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon attended the lecture here Wednesday nightS to Hon C CMcGhord andMriG HmBoone have returned home after a business trip to Eminence Miss Susie Pope who has becnJ attending school at Lexington has returned home Miss Margaret Leachman has re turned home from Louisville where she has been visiting frier ds Miss Sue Ray of rlebanon here as one day last week Miss Sue Irvin of Lebanon is the guest nf her sister MiSs Wpffio of th is place piMratFrankfortwhere they will remain dthing the UmL mer Mr Boone is official stenographer re for the Kentucky Railroad Commis stoner Mr Harry ONan who has been Louisville for several weeks spent and Sunday with his parents this place Wiglttonn MaryJMade Happy for Life Great happiness came into the home atStdaughter was restored from the dread fulcomplaint lie names He salsAMylittle daughter had St which yielded to no treatment but grew adily worse until as a last resort we tosaycamlaintsmalariaGuaranteedstore Price 50c SPARROW We are having some very dry jreather present A good rain is badly needed Mules seem to be in demand as ibuyersI ofione mule colt for 86 also frdm Ben Long one mule colt for 75 Several have refused 75 for their colts Capt 3 L Downs of Bloomfield was here one day last week i W It lore was in Louisville last Wednesday and Thursday buying goods v T D Pulliam the well known shoe drummer of Lexington made a bust ness trip here last week James Franklin got his fine horse Lamar kicked and badly crippled one daYlast week Mrs Catherine Waggoner seta hen eighteen eggs and hatched nineteen chickens r Mrs Allie Barnett has returned from Louisville where she was called by the illness ot her daughter Mrs Wilkes Morgan who is reported better at Present On lat Sunday Mr Charlie White Miss Lizzie Conway drove to the residence of Rev J M Johnson at- Stewart and were quietly married May a long and happv life be theirs W L Dennis and family of Bloom field spent Saturday night and Sunday with Walter Keeling and wife Mrs John Hyatt of Lawrenceburg spent several days last week with her mother Mrs Elivabeth Tinsley Mrs W H Black arid daughter Miss Opha and John Trent and wife spent Thursday with Mrs W R Moore There will bea decoration at Fair Mount cemetery Satutday June 2nd FollowingIS1 oclock song service 115 oclock Scripture reading and prayerj Rev J A Simms 130 oclockfc Why should we decorate graves of the dead Rev H P Hatchett f 2 oclock Christian duty Rev Harri 230 oclock Christian needs and how supply them Rev C C Allen 3 oclock Missionary work and where needed Rev J A Simms 330 oclock Why should all Christ ins engage in missionary work Rev M Johnson 4 6clock Business talks 430 oclock Dismisal All are cqrdially invited to attend Not if as Rich as Rockef If you had all the wes feller the Standard 0 could not buy a r bftwel complaint Colic Cholejra Terraost f 5 Evt Sold Blue G h f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 23 1906 I 22tt ir1j 4 i j Jt tBeverly = ofj i1i Graustark i y h t L 2t i Isjt r s 5 fiU J tt w Now how do you teen cried the gushed American girl pausing In the door to point an impressive finger at the princess who wits lying back in a huge chair the picture of distress and annoyance ii shall never be able to look that jnan In the face again came dolefully from Y tIves humbled lips Dagmar was all smiles and In the fittest ot tumors She was the kind of who loves the punishment because of the it ridiculous and wasnt it Jut too lovely she cried It was extremely theatrical agreed Beverly seating herself on the arm of Yetives chair and throwing a warm arm around her ne kuHave you all heard about It she demanded naive ly turning to the others who unques tIonably had had a jumbled account of theperformanceYou what you deserved aid Lorry who was immensely amused I wonder what your august vagabond thlnks of his princess and her ladles in hiding mused Harry An guish The Count and Countess Hal font were smiling in spite of the as- MUlt upon the dignity of the court Id give anything to know what he really thinks said the real princess Ob Beverly wasnt it awful And bow he marched us out of that room I thought it was great said Beverly her eyes glowing Wasnt it splendid Mid isnt he good look IngHe Is good looking I imagine But I am no Judge dear It was utterly Impossible for me to look at his face lamented the princess What are you going to do with us Mkeft Dagmar penitently You are to spend the remainder of your life in a dungeon with Baldos as pant decided Miss Calhoun Beverly dear that man is no ordl JUiry person said the princess quite positively Of course he Isnt Hes a tall dark mystery I observed him as he crossed the ter race this morning said LorryulIes a striking sort of chap and Ill bet my head hes not what he claims to beIHe claims to be a fugitive you remember said Beverly In his deI fense I mean that he is no common malefactor or whatever It may be Who and what do you suppose he Is J con less that Im interested in the fellow and he looks as though one might like him without half trying Why havent you dug up his past history Beverly You are so keen about him He positively refuses to let me dig explained Beverly I tried you know but hebewell he squelched me Well after all Is said and done he caught us peeping today and I am filled with shame said the princess It doesnt matter who he Is he must certainly have a most unflattering opin ion as to what we are And he Js sure to know us sooner or later said the young countess mo mentarily serious Oh if it ever comes to that I shall be in a splendid position to explain it all to said Beverly Dont you see Ill have to do a lot of explaining thyself Baron Dangloss announced the guard of the upper hall throwing open the door for the doughty little chief of police Your highness sent for met asked he advancing after the formal saluta tion The princess exhibited genuine amazementI Baron Dangloss but you must have come with the wings of an eagle It Is really not more than three minutes since I gave the order to Colo net Qulnuox The baron smiled mysteriously but volunteered no solution The truth is he was entering the cas tIe doors as the messenger left them but he was much too fond of effect to spoil a good situation by explanations It was a long two miles to his office in the Tower Something has Just hap pened that impels me to ask a few questions concerning Baldos the new guard May I first ask what has happen ed Dangloss was at a loss for the meaning of the general smile that went around It is quite personal and of no con sequence What do you know of him My curiosity Is aroused Now be quiet Beverly You are as eager to know as the rest of us Well your highness I may as well confess that the man is a puzzle to me He comes nerc n vaganono but 1iertalnly does not act like one He admits that he is being hunted but takes no lone into his confidence For that be r 0 cannot be blamed 0 cIfHave you any reason to suspect J x asked Lorry S instructions were to refrain cfrfpfnSS questioning him complained ks with a pathetic toOk at the tters Stilt I have made W5pl along other lines 9 e ho is her cried Bevetly 4Qwas the dlsappolnt P We are confronted by a crAe 4cumstances poub1ss 0 s sflJ AIoJt a f i J 4 t f r 1tJ t t rff i1 it ICUTGUONZ4 Au4iorolGraustark F t 5 tCioorllGL 194 Med Gouiy- J txt ifQ3 1 i f t you all know tliat young Prince Dan tauls flying from the wrath of his half brother our Inl11ented friend Gabriel He Is supposed to be in our hills with a half starved body of followers It seems impossible that he could have reached our northern boundaries with out our outpos s catching a glimpse of him at some tine The trouble Is that his face Is unlnbwn to most of us I among the others I have been going on the presumption that Baldos Is in reality Prince Dantau but last night the belief rece ved a severe shock Yes came from several eager lips My men who are watching the Dawsbergen frontier came In last night and reported Dantan had been seen by mountaineers no later than Sunday three days ago These wIthlhimwent We only know that he was mt the of Graustark three days guard speaks many puthernfart has never been heard u Wliat arc you going to dq with usi to use that ot i awsuergen mtTncl in itself is not surprising for of all things he would avoid his mother tongue Dantai is part English by birth and wholl so by cultivation In that he evidently finds a mate in this Baldos Then he re fly isnt Prince Dan tan cried Bev rlyi fls though a cher ished ideal had een shattered Not if we a e to believe the tales from the soutlfj Here Is another com plication howe er There is as you know Count H Ifoiit and perhaps allot you for that matter a pretender to the throne of Ajcpnaln the fugitive Prince Frederic He is described as young good lool Ing a scholar and the next thing to a muper Baldos a mere pretender cried Beverly In dlsrn sseINeverl At any rate le is not what he pre tends to be si Id the baron with a wise smile Then you thl ik tie may be Prince Frederic askejl Lorry deeply Inter ested I am inclined to think so although another compiler tlon has arisen May it please your Ig ness I am In an amazingly tangled state of mind ad mitted the bar n passing his hand over his brow Do you mean that another mysterious prince has oine to life asked Yetlve her eyes s parkllng with Interest in the reyeJatlons Early this morning a dispatch cane to me from the G hnd Duke Michael of riappThorberg u duchy In western Europe Infornilnir me that the dukes eldest son had fled from home and is known to haveme to the far east possibly to Graus ark Grpat Scott exclaimed Anguish It never rains but If halls so heres hn1 to the princes three We are the Me eu for runaway roy nlty It scorns sa d Count ilalfont Go on with tli story Baron Dan gloss cried the p Incess It is liken book A description of the young mail aiv companicsrtlio offir of u largo reward for Information that may load to hiM return home for ipconclllation and here the baron parsed dramatically And what nlcrjected Beverly who could not wait The description fits our friend Bal dos perfectly You dont mean it exclaimed Lor ry Then he ma be any one of the three you have mentioned Let ine tell you what the grand dukes secretary s tysj I have the official notice but left It In my desk The runaway son of the grand duke is called Ohrlstobal He Is twentyseveii years of age speaks English fluently langungeItcollege with Prluci Dantan alid some of our own young men who arp still In nppearcdsame time a dozen wild and venturous retainers left the rand duchy The party was seen In annolnCedthatfriend Dantan In the fight for his throne Going one theory that Bal- dos Fs tills same Chrlstobiil we liave only to provide a reason for his pre ferring the wilds to the comforts of our cities In the first place he knows there Is a large reward for his appre hension and he fears our police In the second place he does not care to direct the attention of Prince Dantans foes to himself tie missed Dantan in the hills and doubtless was lost for weeks but the true reason for his flight is made plain in the story that was print ed recently In Paris and Berlin news papers According to them Chrlstobnl rebelled against his fathers right to select a wife for him The grand duke had chosen a noble and wealthy bride and the son had selected a beautiful girl from the lower walks of life Fa iieith4rwouldnot marry his fathers choice and tie grand duke would not sanction hs union with the fair plebeian Here Beverly exclaimed proudlj lIe doesnt look like the sort of uia i who coulQ be bullied Into marryln r anybody If he didnt want to And he strikes me as the sort who would many any one he set his heart upon having added the princess with a taunting glance at Miss Calhoun Umph sniffed Beverly defiantly The baron went on with his narrative exhibiting signs of excitement- To lend color to the matter Chrlsto bals sweetheart the daughter of a game warden was murdered the night before her lover fled I know nothing of the circumstances attending the crime but it is my understanding that Chrlstobal Is not suspected It Is pos sible that he Is Ignorant even now of the girls fnt4 Well by tle gods we have a good ly lot ot heroes about usi exclaimed Lorry nut after all ventured the Count CBS Ilalfont Baldos may be none of these men Good heavens Aunt Yvonne dont suggest anything so distressing said Yetlve He must be one of them- I suggest a speedy way of deter mining the matter said Anguish Let us send for Baldos and ask him point blank who he Is I think it is up to him to clear aWay the mystery Nored Beverly starting to her cIt seems to be the only way said Lorry But I promised him that no ques tions should be asked said Beverly almost tearfully but quite resolutely Didnt I YeVyour highness Alas yes said the princess with a pathetic smile of resignatiOn but with loyalty in the clasp of her hand CHAPTER XIV 1 HAT same afternoon Baldos blissfully ignorant of the stir he had created In certain Circles rode out lor the first time at a member of the castle guard He and Haddan were detailed by Colonel Qulnnox to act as private escort to Miss Calhoun until otherwise ordered If Haddan thought himself wiser than Baldos In knowing that their charge was not the princess he was very much mistaken If he enjoyed the trick that was being played on his fellow guards man his enjoyment was as nothing when compared to the pleasure Baldos was deriving from the situation The royal Victoria was driven to the fortress conveying the supposed print cess and the Countess Dagraar to the home of Count Marlanx The two guards rode bravely behind the equl page resplendent In brilliant new uni forms Baldos was mildly surprised and puzzled by the homage paid the young American girl It struck him as preposterous that the entire population of Edelweiss could be In the game to deceive kiln Who is the princess companion he Inquired of Haddan as they left the ast1e grounds The Countess Dagmar cousin to her highness She Is the wife of Mr Anguish 7 ui haveseen her before said Baldos a strange smile on his face The Countess Daginnr found It diffi cult at first to meet the eye of the new guard but he was so punctiliously oblivious that her courage Was restored She even went so far as to whisper In Beverlys ear that he did not remember her fie nod probably would not recognize Yetlve as one of the eavesdrop pers The princess had flatly refused to accompany them on the visit to the fortress because of Baldos Struck by n sudden luipulse Beverly called Bal flos to the side of the vehicle Baldos you behaved very nicely yes terday In exposing the duplicity of hose young women she said I am happy to have pleased your highness iie said steadily Uit may interest you to know thct fJiey ceased to be ladles In waiting aft br that exposure Yes your highjiess It certainly is In creating he said as he fell back into 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sarcastic remark You didnt have him beaten cried Beverly stopping short No but I Imagine It would have been preferable I talked with him for halt an hour said the general laugh- Ing significantly When the party stopped at the drinking fountain lu the center of the fort Baldos halted near by Ills face was as Impassive as marble his eyes set straight before him his figure erect and soldiery n occasional sarcas tic remark by thc Iron Count meant for his ears made no Impression upon the deadly composure of the new guardI who had hid his lesson Miss Cnl houn was conscious of a vague feellpg that she had served Bnldos an ill turn when she rut him into this position The con provided a light luncheon In his quarters after the ladles had gone over the fortress Beverly Cnl houn with all of a womans IndutcrI once to things material could not hiltJ see how poorly equipped the fort was as compared to the ones she had seen Iq theU ited States She and the countess visited the armory the tir sdnal and the repair shops before luncheon reserving the pleasures of the clubhouse the officers quarters and the parade ground until afterward Count Marlanxs home was In the sbuthcast corner of the Inclosure near the gates Several of the offers lunch- e with him and the young ladlesI Mnrlanx was assiduous In his attention to Beverly Calhoun so much so In fact that the countess teased her afterward about her conquest of the old and well worn heart Beverly thought him extremely silly and sentimental much preferring him In character of the harsh Implacable tinet marj At regular Intervals she saw straight martial form of Baldos pass the window near which she sat He was patrolling the narrow piazza which fronted the house Toward the close of the rather trying luncheon she was almost unable to control the Impulse to rush out anti compel him to relax that Imposing machinelike stride She hungered for a few mln utes of the old time freedom with him The Iron Count was showing her some rare antique bronzes he had collected in the south The luncheon was over and the countess liad strolled off toward the bastions with the young officers leaving Beverly alone with the host Servants came in to clear the tables but the count harshly ordered them to wait until the guests had departed It Is the dearest thing I have seen said Beverly holding a rare old candlestick at arms length and looking at U In as many ways as the wrist could turn Her loose sleeves ended just below the elbows The counts eyes followed the graceful curves of her white forearm with an eagerness that was annoying I prize It more dearly than any other piece In my collection he said It came from Home It has a history which r shall try to toil you some day and which makes It nlmost invaluable A German nobleman offered me a em1 fortune If would part with It And you wouldnt stli 1t1 I was saving It for an occasion your highness he said iris steely eyes glittering The glad hour has come when can part with It for a recom pense far greater then the barons gold Oh Isnt It lucky you kept It she cried Then she turned away quickly for his gaze seemed greedily endeavoring to pierce through the lace Insertion covering her njvck and shoul dens Outside the window the steady tramp of the tall guard went on mo notonouslyThe of a sweet smile a tender blush amf the unguarded thanks of a pretty woman TT cnn dlestlck Is yours Miss Calnoun If you will repnyme for my sacrifice by ac cepting It without reservation Slowly BeVerly Calhoun set the can dlestick down upon the table her eyes meeting his witfi steady disdain What a rare old jester you are Count Marlanx she said without a smile If thought you were In qnr nest I should scream with laughter- May I suggest that we join the countess We must hurry along you mo- She and I have promised to play tennis with the princess at oclock ThE counts glare Of disappointment lasted but a moment The diplomacy of egotism carne to his relief aua he held hack the gift for another day hint not for womanjIt have you hurry away My afternoon Is tobe a dull one unless you permit me to watch the tennis game he said I thought you were Interested only in the game pf war she sale pointedly I stand In greater awe of a tennis bull than I do of a cannon ball iflt Is sent by such an arm as your and ho not only laid his eyes but his hand upon hlrhare Brat She started as If something laud stung her and u cold shiver raced over her warm flesh Ills eyes for the inouKut held her spell bound lie was drawing the hand to his lips whim a shadow darkened the French window and a saber rattled warnlngly Count Marlanx looked up Instantly a scowl oil his face Baldos stood at window In an attitude or alert at tentlon Beverly drew her arm rjway spasmodically and took a step toward the window The guard saw by herjc that she was frightened but Jtisiheart beat violently his face was the plcturedf military stonlness Whit are you doing1 there snarled tIm count JDUl yoUr highness call asked Sal dos coolly She did not call fellow said the count with deadly nsenaceln his voice Report to me in half an hour You still have something to learn I see Beverly was alarmed by the threat In his tones She saw what wa in store for Baldos for she knew quite as well as Mnrlaux that the guard had delib erately Intervened In her behalf He cannot come in hat an hour she cried quickly I havje something for him to do Count Besides I think I did call Both men stared at her My ears are excellent said Mar jlanx stiffly I fancy Baldos must be even better for he heard me said Beverly herself once more The shu 1owot a smile crossed the face of the guard He Is fnpeiithient Insolent your highness You will report to me tomorrow sir at 9 oclock In Colonel Quln noxs quarters Now got commanded the count Walt u minute Baldos We are go lug out too Will you open that win dow for me1 Baldos gladly took It as command and threw open the long French window She gave him a grate Put glance as she stepped through und he could scarcely conceal the gleam of joy that shot Into his own eyes The dark scowl on the counts face made absolutely no Impression upon him He closed the window and followed ten paces behind the couple Your guard Is a priceless treasure said the count grimly Thats what you said about the candlestick said she sweetly She was disturbed by his threat to reprimand Baldos For some time her mind had been struggling with what the count had said about the lesson It grew upon her that her friend hid been bullied and humiliated perhaps in the presence of spectators Resent ment fired her curiosity Into action While the general was explaining one of the new gun carriages to the count oss Beverly walked deliberately over to where Baldos was standing IJaddans knowledge of English was exceedingly limited and he could understand but little of the rapid conversation Standing squarely In front of Baldos she questioned him In low tones What did he mean when he said he had given you a lesson she demanded Ills eyes gleamed merrily He meant to alarm your hlghness Didnt he give you a talking tor lie coached me In ethics You are evading the question sir Was he mean and nasty to you Tell me I want to know Well he said things that a soldier mist endure A civilian or an equal might have run him through for it your highness A flush rose to his cheeks and his lips quivered ever so slightly But Beverly saw and understood Her heart was In her eyes That settles It she said rigidly You are not to report to him at 0 tomorrow But he will have me shot your highness said he gladly He will do nothing of the kind YouI are my guard And her eyes were gleaming dangerously Then she rejoined the group the member of which had been watching her curious ly Count Marlanx she said with reporttoI have an appointment he said slowly but with understanding nut you will break It I am sure she asserted confidently I want to give you a lesson InIn lawn tennis Later on when the victoria was well away from the fort Dagnmr took her companion to task for holding in pub lic friendly discourse with a member of the guard whoever he might be It Is altogether contrary to custom und But Beverly put her hand over the critical lips and smiled like a guilty child Now doHt scold she pleaded and the countess could go no further The following mornjng Count Mar lajix reported at 9 oclock with much better grace than he had suspected himself capable of exercising What she taught him of tennis on the royal courts in the presence of an amused audience was as nothing to what he teamed of strategy as It can be prac ticed by a whimsical girl Almost before he knew it she had won exemption for Btildos that being the stake for the first set of singles To hia credit the count was game He took the wager knowing that he In his Ignorance could not win from the blitho young expert in petticoats Then he offered to wager the brass candle stlefc against her bracelet She consid ered for a moment and theo In a spirit enthusiasm accepted the iropositlon After all she coveted the candlestick unit an hour later an orderly was rid ing to the fort with Instructions to return at once with Miss Calhouns can dlestick It is on record that they were love sets which goes to prove that Beverly took no chances Count Marians puffing and perspir ing his joints dismayed and his brain confused rode away at noon wRh Baron Dangloss Beverlyquite happy in her complete victory enjoyed a nap of profound sweetnessnnd then was ready fur her walk with the princess They were strolling leisurely about the beautiful grouuMs safe in the shade of the trees from the heat of the July sun when Baron Daugloss approached Your royal highness he began with his fierce smile may I beg a m6 ments audience it has to do with Baldos Ill take oath said Beverly with conviction Yes with your guard Yesterday he visited the fortress lIe went in an oil capacity It Is true but he wits ourInse alarming freedom I t would not surprise me to find that this stranger has learned everything there Is to know about the tort Ills listeners were silent The smiles deft their faces I am not saying that lie wou 11 betray us No no protested Beverly but he is in a position to give the t most valuable information to an enemy An officer has just Informed me that Baldos missed not a detail in re a gars to the armament or the location of vital spots In the construction of the fortressBut wouldnt be so base as to use his knowledge to our undohiglircHcll- Yctl seriously We only know that he is not one of us It is not beyond reason that his allegiance Is to another powerDaws bergen for instance Count Marlaux Is hot at all in sympathy with him you are aware He Is convinced that Bat Btildos ptnnd at the window dos is a man of consequence possibly one of our bitterest enemies and he hates him For my own part I may say that like the man I believe he is to Ole trusted but if he be an agent of Volga or Gabriel his opportunity has come He Is iiiu posltlou to make uc curate maps of the fort and of all our masked fortifications along the city walls1 Beyond a doubt the baron was worriedNeither am one of you said Beverly stoutly1Vhy shouldnt prove to be u traitresstYou have no quarrel with us Miss Calhoun said Dangloss If anything happens then I am to be blamed for jt she cried In dee- pdistresst brought him to Edelweiss and believe hi him For his own sake your highness and Miss Calhouu suggest that nut opportunity should be given him to communicate with the outside world We cannot accuse him of course but we can protect him come to ask your purmlsslou to have him detailed for duty only In places where no sus picion can attach to auy of his ac tions wnns1InskedYYes your highness and as far as possible from the fortresis I think It Is a wise precaution iDoiit be angry Beverly the princess said gently It Is for his own sake presumptiondesire to betray us It would be easy for some one high tu position to accuse and convict him sand Dangloss meaningly And It would be just like some one 00ngreed Beverly her thoughts with the others going toward nque but one man high In power Later in the day she called Baldos to her side as they were riding In the castle avenue She was determined to try a little experiment of her own Baldos what do you think of the fortress she asked I could overthrow it after half an Hours bombardment your 11Igb he answered without thinking esSIsiurtqd violently manyweakher breath There are three vital points of weak ness your highness The magazine can be reached from the outside If one knows the lay of the laud the parade ground exposes the ammunition build Ing to certain disadvantages and the big guns could be silenced In an hour If iau enemy had the sense first to bom bard from the elevation northeast of the heavens gasped poor Bever ly Have you studied all this out tll wits once a real soldier your high ness he wild simply It was Impos mile for me not to see the defects In your tort fvou you havent told any one of this have ou7 she cried white faced nndnnxious AO one but your highness You do not employ me as talebearer I trust did not mean to question your honor she sated Would you mind going heron the heads of the war department and telling them just what you have told tue I mean about the weak spots Ifit Is mr command your high ness qe said quietlj but he was sur prisedIYou may expect to be summoned then so hold yourself in readiness And Baldos Yes your highness You need say nothing to them of our having talked the matter over be forehand unless they pin you down to ltt you kupw continued next weekr f l Heartburn I You kvwhat Itis exispells of this dis complaintThe becomes impaired while severe or burningsensationisex upperpartHeartburn is one of- themanywaysinwhch the digestive organism expresses of illtreatment warns you to be careful Dr CalchvellsLaxatlof Pepsingives strengtheningthereturn of the trouble PEPSINIsarisidg from the stomach bowels live and kidneys and because of its purityIcan be 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the opinion that this allegation most clearly accurately describes tho work that tins boon accomplished anti tho Tesulttlmtbnjhccn reached The Dictionary as it now sUindSt has been thoroughly ic- tdltedin every detail baa been conyitcnl in vCrRrt and nthnlmbltulnptccl to meet Th larger and severer requirements of a generation which demands moro of popular philological knowledge than any generation haaovcrcontnlutIS It is perhaps needless to add that worefor 1o dictionary in our judicial work nsuf iho highest authority in accuracy of lethal 11oh1antlfhnt in tio future unlit the past of constant reference CnAIlLES Chief Jtutlce L WJtEXrF WELDOi SJOHNtTANTO J rEETTK CIIAULE3 IIOWIIV Jndgm The above refers to TTEBSTEflS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE- ftbohtghcflt award wns given to the Interna tional ut tho Worlds lalr tt Louis GET THE LATEST AND BEST rou will be fntcrutcd in our rpctitncn witfree GCMERRIAMCO wSaPUBLISHERS WCnOARr SPRINGFIELD MAN X WILLISBURG 0A decoration will be held at thisplace next Saturday afternoon MayJ26 r Lewis Clark and family spent last- Sfcnday at the home of Merritt Foster W B Shirley and wife spent Sunday with the latters parents near Polin Fred Grider and family spent one day last week withthe formers father SJohn Grider of this place Mrs Richard Pinkston was in Springfield shopping last Thursday Misses Elizabeth and Blanche Shirley visited at Litsey last Sunday Miss Willie Ruby spent Sunday with Iher cousin Mrs Birdie Cooksey There was a large crowd out to the temperance meeting last Saturday afternoon Howard Tatum visited relatives at this place last Saturday Miss Eda Sims spent several days last week with her sister Mrs Laura Jen F Inns at this place Little Lewis Miller who is ill of pneumonia is sonic better at this writing A good many from this place attended t hurch at Rock bridge last Sunday morning SSciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture For more than twenty years Mr J IB Massey of U322 Clinton St Minne- apOlis Minn was tortured by sciatica The pain and suffering which he endured during this time is beyond comprehen ion Nothing gave him relief until he used Chamberlains Pain Balm One application of that liniment relieved the pain and made sleep and rest possible and less than one bottle Bas effected a permanent cure Mr Massey relates for the Sbenefit of others who may be similarly aflpcted If troubled with sciatica or- rheumatism why not try a 25cent bot tIe Qf Pain Balm and see for yourself 5ow quickly it relieves the pain For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass McINTIRLS Mr Mbland Dir of Willisburg visited J Fl Keene and family last Sunday and Monday Miss Teresa Haydon of Dants Sta iionis the guest of her sister Mrs A K Eliza andLizzie Hamilton of Marion county visited Misses Mary and Della Walker SundaySMr J C Ensor and daughter Miss Emma will leave this week for a visit to relatives in Hardin and Meade coun ties Mr and Mrs John Nally of Cecil yflle were guests of the formers brother Mr F MJ Nally and family Sunday Dr E L Mclntire of Woodlawn Tpasthe guest of relatives here last week Born on tha 12th to the wifeof A R Alvey a boy and also to the wife of R A Wheatley a boy Mr and Mrs C R Wheatley spent Sunday at the hqme of C R Clements Mrs Sid Johnson had the misfortune io lose fortytwo lards of carpeting which she was taking to Springfield se day last week Just before reach Sig town she disco Wed her loss and although she has made diligent enquiry libe has failed to find any trace of it A Year of Blood flieyear19O3 will long be remembered lin the home of F N Tacket of Alii ftnce Ky as a year of bloodwhich iJowed so copiously from Mr Tackets tungs that death seemed very near He lupgsSc me taking1Yrlion with the Qljtf iiliing run thut after taking four bottles I was com restored and as time has mantry cured Guaranteed for pqr I Lungs Coughs and Colds at C J drugstore Price lOc and SI dtbott1efree tii featf1lj CLOTHE ON LAMPPOST- SLEEPS IN THE GUTTE Youth After Celebration Retires I Street Tells Police He Has BobbediChlcagoCarefully hanging his coat on the crossarm of a lamp postal the corner of Sixtyninth street and Vincennes avenue putting his hat on top of the light and balancing the weight of his coat by suspending his trousers from the other side of the arm John King early the other morn- Ing placed his shoes InU1e gutter against the curbstone and went to sleep The snow was falling with great steadiness but John had been celebrat HE LAY DOWN TO SWEET DRKJAMS IN THE GUTTER lug i his nineteenth birthday and he didnt care After a dreamless sleep lasting for some hours he awoke and under the impression that he had been robbed rushed to the Englewood po lice station and disturbed the rest of several valiant policemen He is an especially innocent appear- Ing young man and when he entered the station the desk sergeant blushed I have been robbed said John and the sergeant asked him where Sixtyninth street and Vlncennes avenue came the reply and with a squad of police the sergeant dashed to the scene As the policemen neared the corner they separated and surrounded the lamp post Stealthily they approached it and at a word given by the sergeant closed in There swinging gayly in the bredze were the clothes They were covered with snoW and in the fitful glare of the lamp the post looked like a secondhabd clothing store dummy The sergeant afer collecting the clothes looked at King You must have got otft the wrong side of bed he said and the anger of his fellow po IcePlen faded away beforehis jovial words Join then confessed that he had for i good time with a num bee11out iends and must have thought home when he attempted to retire The mi inner In which his wardrobe was disposed of on the lamp post gave evidence of the greatest care and solicitude In its protection A wet soggy si ot In the snow in the gutter showln the outlines of a hu man form gave powerful circumstan tial evldencethat Jobn had retired there for the night SUPPOSED CORPSE SITS UP Woman Prepared for Burial Awakes from Tranjce and Screams Wpl Recover La Crosse V7isTo be pronounced dead prepared for burlai and placed in a coffin and realize that the funeral was only a few hou s away has been the ex perience of Mr W B Sherwood 25 years old In the early hours of the day of the funeral ilfe suddenly came back to Mrs Sherw odeShe sat Tip in her coffin and screamed In an adjoIning room two women friends were J seping a death watch They heard tlu woman whet was supposed to be dead try to scramble out of her coffin and sc ream One of the women Mrs A Ciar k went into hysterics The other wo nan screaming awoke the househQld Mrs Sherwood was found sitting uj In the coffin fully con scious but too w ak to move Later she became delirious but physicians announce she is on the road to recovery Mrs Sherwoo who is the wife of a merchant at MajeI Minn was taken ill with pneumonia more than a week ago sank rapidly and apparently died The woman declares she was con scious of all that was going on around her but unable tq move a muscle Grim Joke Proves Pact St Paul MiniDont sit up with me any longer bid man Ill call you when I want ap undertaker This was the jocula remark of Stanley Wollman of New York a guest at tho West hotel Minneapolis made at three oclock Ini the morning to Fred Suss of New York an Intimate friend At five oclock Sues was summoned by Wollman and In 25 minutes Woll man was dead- Wollman cam to the West on March 12 For ten days he had been suffering from heart trouble and had a trained nurse caring for him lie was about years of age lIe is sur vived by a wife find three children in New York city Boxes or Boxers If the Chinese lioxens are getting aft er us again strong wooden boxes will be put tog ther ror thIr accommodation by our war deparniontBro- ok175T V BARN DOOR LATCH Convenient Contrivance Which Is an Improvement Over the One Piece Lever A latch for barndoors is shown In the accompanying illustration The details ofeonsLrueUun arc given plainly iir the picture T h a pfbco A works vertlr cully bahlncl an iron strip und catches lo hind a clout fastened to the timber above the door It should be long enough to ba reached from the floor It Is manipulated by the lever llThlsshould be heavy enough to overbal till weight of the piece marked lance There Is u pin In the door belo level to keep the latter from full ing below The advantage ot thl latch over the onopiece swinging lever says the Orange Judd Farmer that it never swings out where lit would be In the way It Is selfadjustj able In cape the door sags The pec can be adjusted to suit the size of thjj door It Js easily constructed and cheap there being no materials use other than those found on every farm MAKING LONG DITCHES Hartdy Device Which Will Facilitate the Work of Putting Water Courses Through Plowed Fields The accompanying cut shows a very handy device for making ditches or water courses after plowing a conven lent depth by throwing the dirt from the center each way Place the long HANDY DITCHING DEVICE side of the device In the center of fur row and the short side will throw the dirt out that the plow has left loose After going one way turn and come back throwing the balance of the soli out on tho other side Repeat the operation says the St Louis GlobeDem ocart until your ditch Is as large as you wish It In a level field one can make a number of miles of ditch In a day The device can be made accord ing to size of ditch wanted THINGS TO REMEMBER Good corn and more or It should be our motto this year Redtop does well on soils which are acid and has the preference over timothy for such soils Plain people like plhln parsley bUt curly parsley pleases particular people- A sprinkling of wood ashes Ms a splendid thing for growing lettuce The potash in wood ashes Isa most valu able stimulant to the needed quick growth of the plantF B t Lay the garden all out Iq nice straight rows drill the seed In even and straight and keep it well tended with the wheel hoe and gardening will be the pleasure that It should be Improvement In fruits and cultivated plants Is an abiding evidence of human progressSThe world can get along without the Wall street manipulators but the man who raises godd corn and potatoes is indispensable If you have good success with a thing stick to jt for a money maker whlle experimenting on something else Sow Clover Sow some clover seed each spring so as to keep thti ground well ferti lized The hay pays about as well as any crop that one can grow After you get started In the kind that you like best raise seed of your own to use and to sell Growth of the Oyster The oyster Is not much larger than the head of a falrsl2ed pin at the end of a fortnight and at three months about equal toa split pea At the end of four years growth It is fit for the market Oysters live to tho age of frgra 12 to 16 years According to one naturallat these bivalves feed on monads1 thw most minute form of marine life Sprinjfiild Harkit BaconrHams IHc Sldea 12HO Beeswaz24c per pound Buttor 15c to 20c per pound Chickens IlcnsniiO SprlnjrOo Dried apples ficpor pound DnekB per pound Corn tMonl 75c to 80c per bushel HC per dozen 1 Feathers ISo per pound FlourSitJOto 58 OlnsoiiR 751 per pound Oraln Wlioit onrnllOn Oats HidesGreen Hc to lOKc Lard lOcpor pound Lime to loo per barrel Mill products Bran 80 flhlp tuff per pounds Potatoes Country Onlol1ftS100 altI4Saiid Ili85 per barrel TurkeyslU per pound Tnllow4fpor pound VlnognrSTx to 4oc Per gallon Wool Burry and ronsy UHo oloaf of grease 20c tub wahlnjil 28c Country Sorphura 15c to 50c GeesefiOe a olcn ramous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land nrn flr Kings New Life Pills theyqtyIng work goes right on Bestcure for dizziness25c UL77 A SELFSPACING FRAME Plan In Use by Cuban Beekeeper Not Favored by Editor of Bee Journal in the accompanying illustrations shown a new endbar for the Hoffman frame I have used them In my apiary for the last three years writes C E Woodward of Matunzas Cuba and lucy have given the best of satisfac tion have never yet broken one of them andthey space Just as accuratel- Y at the bottom as at the top and no one can fall to nail them correctly II nade my endbars onehalf Inch thick thus the wire never sags and buckles the foundation In speaking of the frame the editor PLAN OF THE SELFSPACING FRAME of Gleanings In Bee Culture frankly declares he does not like It saying I believe It Is always a mistake to have the spacing In the hiverabbet The free lateral movement back and forth of frames where the spacers are on the frames hemselves Is a sqcriflceYouropinion If you would use the spacing button same us ypu have at the bet tom at the top also Such a frame would not be a bad one to handle This exact form of a frame was made the subject of a patent a number of years ago but I believe the patent has run out- There Is another objection to your notched rabbet that gccurs to me and that Is In moving bees your frames would be liable to hop out of the notches making very unequal spacing at the top When the spacers are on the endbars or topbara the frames always have to be Just so far apart HAND CORN CRUSHER Economical Device Which Wilt Prove- Serviceable ii Preparing Corn for deeding ISelect a plank three feet by six inches Notch each side two Inches deep near one end in which bolt on each side two uprights 2x3x6 inches Between these is bolted a lever made from a 2x4 2 feet long Raise this lever place rill ear of corn at A on THE CORN CRUSHER the notched pieces of hard wood press the lever down and the crushed corn drops Into the corn box or store box Any young farmer who must neces sarily earn his dollars before they are spent will find this a practical crusher This device says the Ohio Farm er Is practical for feeders Of cattle pouFtry swine or sheep One hundred and fifty pounds on a lever three feet long fulcrum six inches from posite end gives J750 pOunds pressureIand will crush corn nearly one man can husk lUw THE CHICKS AND DUCKS Overcrowding is a foo to thrift Standardbred does not necessarily mean eggbred poultry Every business has Its failures Why should the poultry business be an ex ception There Is more profit In raising well 100 chicks than in neglecting 300 Broody lucks are a rarity You seldom can fatten the laying duckOne hundred ducklings require a brooder spae of about 7x10 feet Duck egg lose their fertility very rapidly and therefore should be In cubated while In a fresh condition If young ducks at the age of five or six weeks lIre accustomed to bathing water they will be able to stand more of a rainstorm than those kept on land Put a little coaltar In the kerosene when painting or spraying the roosts The oil will evaporate the tar will stick to the wood Farm Journal Keep a Record- TeeIour w It takes but a few moments to Jot down some of the things we learn as we go along Some folks say that they have no time fpr such things but there are some mat ters we must take time to look after If we would avoid failure and stop the leaks Farm Journal- Keep Hens Comfortable The more the farmer will study the egg question the more convinced he will become that the only way to make a profit Is to have the hens comforta ble Nothing In the Color There no such thing as colored or hardythancondition of the breeding stock and the care Uler receive H is certain to present itself When it does say the words youve longed for so long to At the same time present the beautiful young lady with a lovely diamond ririg Youre sure to be happy if ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it J1 CO IKCORPORATBDl Long lines and of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory with the- people of this great section of the country We solicit ybur patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed lAMES E CALDWELL J rrealdenta Oenl Manager MOORESVILLE Born since pur Jast letter to the wife of Bud Walls a ten pound boy and to the wife of Will Mann a nine pound boy j Farmers are through planting corn j though some have not yet planted their sorghum Owen and John Ellis were in Bloom field last Sunday is2 i Mrs Tea Hardm and little daughters have returned to their home in Bloomfield Mr Lee Godby and Miss Lelya Wall our exchange operator were married by Bro W H Yancey May every happiness be theirs is the wish of their many friends Will Ellis was in Springfield last Fri day on business Last Thursday about twentyfive 0 our people went fishing including magistrate and a deputy sheriff It is reported that Marvin Hardesty of Polin who is clerking for J Bacon and son of Louisville has smallpox in the city Mr Mclntire was in our community ast week delivering pictures Tobacco plants are reported to be very scarce in this section Several from here attended the ChiU drens Day exercises at Maud last Sun day night The members of the New Hope Baptist church and Chaplin Fork Baptist church have called Rev Boggis of the Seminery to preach for four months 1st and3rd Sundays at New Hope 2nd and 4th Sundays at Chaplin Fork Born last week to the wife of John Cheatham an 8 pound girl and to itfte wife of Warren Jones a 10 pound boy There was a large crowd out last Sunday to hear Bro Boggis preachat New Hope church It looks like we might have anothei- wedding soon Guess who verui of jSuGodby and wife have re spentIastMiss Mary Sisco and Hugh Marshall NervousWornOut If you are in this condition your nerve force is weakthe power is giving out the or4 gans of your body have slowed up and do their work imperfectly This failure to do the work required clogs the system and brings distress and disease When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the blood through your veins the stom ach falls to digest food the kidneys lack power to filter impurities from the blood and the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nrve energy must be restored Miles Nervine will do it because it strengthens the nerves it is a nerve medicine- and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous Several years ago I was nil broken down I was nervous wornout could doctor said he could do nothing for me I began taking Dr Miles Nervine and used nUogtther eight H a CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny Pa bottle will benefit If It fall he will refund your moneySMilesMedical Co Elkhart Ind IA Royal OPPORTUNITY Sw ethearts Ithe JAS GRAVES IjWjljCUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH distance telephones Mississippi communication lifegiving systemS painIandhealthy yourdruggist LELAND HUME H1rTBtcj I Asst Cei l D WEll Trei of Bardstown Lee Mudd of Frederick town and Fred Mann qf Booker dined with the Misses Etta and e broak SundayrIEtta and SUISGRIBERS FREE COLUMN jIf r Undor this head all pomona who are sub scrlbora to The Sun may insert free of charge otherfarmLand for sale or for rent not Included but iasorted 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