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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 I I rinfittbcflitDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ll VOLUME II ISPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1906 HUMIER2C H irTERRI LE i WRECK On L and 1N Near Louisville Monday Morning Nine People Killed and Many In jured Evening Post The breaking of a the wheel of a Louisville and rNashville passenger coach at Seventh and Hill streets at 756 oclock this morning hurled eight people to instant and horrible death find left a score of others pinioned in the splintered debris of the train mangled and bleeding At the end of its journey and in sight of the depot with the passengers pre paring to start on the business of the day a trival accident to the train brought appalling disaster- A moment after it had reached Sev enth and Hill streets and was pulling into the yards of the Tenth street Depot two of the coaches had been smashed into kindling and their passen gers killed or mangled The loss of lite is the greatest ever incurred in a railroad accident in Lou isvllle The train was No 24 fast mail from Knoxville due here at 8 oclock It Consisted of the engine combination baggage and postal car a combination smoking and day coachand two deepI era The two coaches Were demolished he rest of the train escaping Among the dead are William Pruitt ofuHaven Among the injuredjare Charles Speiss New Haven both le s fractured amputation necessary Murray Samuels Lebanon Junction hay and grain deal er right leg broken and internal injuries John Boon of Lebanon Ky contusion of right le The explanation pf the wreck is as follows The train was on the inbound track and on the north side of the Hill street viaduct there is a switch which leads to tHe Quast shoe factorson Levering street The locomotive and combination baggage and mail carpassed this switch in safety A flange on the forward truck of the smoker broke as it struck this switch throwing the switchopen The rear trucks of the smoker ran in on the switch followed by the ladies coach and two sleepers The smoking car did notbreak loose from the front of the train and was dragged 200 feet along the ties until the side of the car struck a string of freight cars at the northend of the switch The front of the smoking car was uninjured but for ten feet to the rear the entire right hand side of the car was demolished and the roof torn off The front end of the ladies coach which was vestibuledwas stove in for twenty feet seats being torn up and all the windows smashed out The hot water heater which was in the forward end of this car was torn loose from its fastening and hurled to the middle of the car killing Mr Cole man in its flight The engine and bag gage car were stopped twenty feet from the point of the crash and in less than two hoursafter the wreck occurred every trace of the disaster had been removedThe and Post of Monday even ing stated that Mr John McChordof Lebanon was seriously injured but it develops that he received only a few slight bruises BODY Of James Canter Whose Death Occurred In the Philippines Arrives In Springfield The remains of James Canter who died in the Philippine Islands March 29 of malarial fever arrived here last night and will te interred in the Cath olic cemetery at this place Mr Canter had served about four years in the United States Army and was recognized by his superior officers as a braye sol dier The deceased was a son of Mrs Kate Canter who formerly resided hfre but who now lives in Louisville and was about twentyfive years old- young man had imany friends in Springfield who were grieved to learn of his death 3ondplence is extended to the bereaved other WATERYRAVi For Marion wisDrowns In Chaplin i + While mi g On last Priday night Marion Lewis was drowned in hapinriver just be low Sutherlands milll while in seining It is supposed that young Lewis cramped and be ng in deep water was unable to save imself He is said to have been an e pert swimmer The other membjers f the seining party were Geo fratl er Hart Edrington Geo Sutherland Ben Waldridge and Charlie Jen ins These men say that they heard Lewis cries for help but that they could not reach him without endangering theirown lives consequent ly it is said the boy sank almost within handgraspin dis tance of five friends His body rem ine in the river all night but was rec ver d Saturday morning Burial Occurred S nday at Rock Bridge The unfortunat e young man was a son of Mr and I Irs Tyler Lewis and was about twenty years of age He is said to have been an industrious young fellow He posses sed manyfriends who are sorely griev d oyer his untimely and tragic death INTERESTING PAR GRAPHS from the Be rwallow Section Mr Fred I ill Improving Everything is ri ht quiet at present and all the falme s are rejoicing over the nice shower w e had latelyevery thing now inthe f elds looks promising and our country f lks are all smiles = all for the better Mr Jim Fields i nd family went down to Fredericktown o spend the day Sun day with Mrs rTee Fields who came all the way from Cine innatti to be withher father in his sick ess Mrs Fields used to live on the Hov ard farm and years ago sold out n moved to Louisville and from thereto incinnati where they have made quite a success Mrs Fields was accompani by her charming daughter Roxie and intends to stay a few weeks witlj h ar parents Mr Sam Andjer on spent one night at Fredericktown pursing our sick friend Mr Fred Hill nd we Were glad to doingbetterand knock about ret Bro Wittinghul from Bardstown did some very abl preaching at Har dins Creek som time agoIJe was accompanied by I ro Wayne also from Bardstown who although a young man yet promise to do great work in the Lords vineya dr Mr Will Hill ai d Sam his brother both from Kans 6n a vieit to their father spent W ednesday with Mrs Tine Cecil their s ster Will and Sam looked well and a e very successful in r A Kansasi the Hill family took llys lastThurs day and Sam Hill Mrs Nannie Cleoent1Mrs Tine Cecil and family Were highly entertained by Mrs We other Williams is Nal1yfto trance lecture at In his last lec ture he invited al de ominations to at tend and the san e invitation is extended again all Ca olies and Protestants are welcome to hur the able speaker and seats will be iper to all Fonsie Wheatlev ca led at his uncles Frank Keene one day last week Fon sie is a very enerj eti young man and is very successful All who know a iytbiing about saloons whisky or wlo hive lived in towns land there were 3ak ns are in favor option Expedience is the best teacher This loc il option question ap peals to our con ci once The body of an unknown man who had committed suicide was found near the Shelby county line in Oldham coun ty yesterday tU had been dead fur about ten days and left a note saying ill1tcalthcaused h m to end his life 1 A FEW WORDS ON LOCAL OPTION From Our Gasburg and Blinco CorrespondentPersonal References and Other Items of Interest I went to Fredericktown one day last veekt think it was Saturday and local option was in full force Mr Welshs license ran out last Monday and could not have it renewed until to dayI must say Fredericktown looked different to me to what it generally does on Saturday And although Mr Welsh beats any saloon keeper that ever was there I must say that more than ever I was in favor of local option after y visit there In this neighborhood Gasburg and Blincoe all are in favor of local option and it is bound to carry We are all proud to see The Springfield Sun make such a noble fight for it Mr Gore has an ideal and he is not afraid Ito fight for it no matter what it costs He is a gentleman in every sense of the word allowing every one his own honest opinion but fighting hard for what he thinks is rights All around here want local option All denominations catholic and protestant see the good of it and it w llcany surely if it depends on Man on and Gasbutg Manton never did believe jn questionIwas on j neighborhood it was dropped aft r some eloquent opposition by our preacher at Hardins and Father Pieters of the Burg We wish their voices wer strong enough to close Greenbner but that will come later we hope Few people know where Gasburg is and yet it is the home of some very good Washington and Marion counties citizensexcluding myself Gasburg is a little place on Hardins Creek making the limit between Washington and Marion on the road from Bear Wallotyto Loretto We do not know why tscalled Gasburg for we have never seen an gas or gasbags in this neighborhood Any way we are proud of it for Gas burg is a quiet little place free of sa loons free of noise where people live happy and brotherly in the shadow of a Medals Next Will Be Meld The Blue Grass Tournament has come and gene Graded School return j with its contestants a goodly proportion of medals and deserving me re that were given We had ten e tries and back eight medal three first and five second prizes The Tournamer t af ternoo with a ball game between Spring eld and Mt Sterling By the best pi ying seen in the Tournament Mt S erling defeated our team by a score of to Six innings of the game were played without either side Thur day night at the Odd Fellows Temple the contests in Female Vocal Sojoani Male Declamation were held Springfield received second place in both thesecond medals going to Miss Mary E aydon and Lyman Barber Lexj ington eceived first in the Solo and Owent in the Declamation Friday morning at the Graded School the scholastic contests occurred Here we made very few entries but took two prizes out of our four entries Lynne Bush won first place in Grammar and John S McElroy second in English Lit erature Friday afternoon in the athletic events Frank McCabe won first in the fifty yard dash for boys under fifteen John S McElroy won second place in the hundrd yard dash His recordwas specially fine as he was set back twelve feet by the tarter for false tarts and ended within arms length f his opponent The longest of the orocrram was held Friday night when the contests in emale declamation juniqr and senor nale solo and quartet duets were held Wilr Waters won first place in male 4 olo with Son bf the Desert am IMiss Mary Haydn again received sec end place for her recitation IIThc Rivals J The conies f small prayer house Dr Wright our able physician is kept quite busy of late and is on the road often He has been attending Mrs Ed Miles who js on the road to recovery at this writing Mrs Ben Mat ingly and twocharming daughters Tere a and Lilla attended church services at Blinco last Sunday where Father Pieters held his appoint ment and preached the word of God Mrs J Li Ball passed through our town enroute to Loretto with her daugh ter Lillie Mrs Ball is thelmother of a jMiles went to Chicago one day last w elc driving a stylish proud colt Mr Smith is a very uptodate horse trader knbwn by every one in the horse business He is also a very successful farmer and numbers his friends by his acquaintances Miss Alma Catnbronthe bright young daughter pf Lem Cambron spent three days at home with her parents and returned to Loretto Academy Sunday accompanied by her brother John Miles Blincoe and sister Miss Lizzie of Holy Cross attended church at Bun cot and spent Sunday evening with friendsA crowd from Gasburg and vi cinity went to hear the preaching at Blincoe church last Sunday Miss Effie Cambron went to Loretto Academy to see her sister Prudie who is studying at that place Master Arch Cambron went with her We were glad to hear that the young ladies of this vicinity studying there were in good health and doing fine Henry Mattingly who recently built himself a new residence may in the near future add some other new building to his Property Mr and Mrs Lorenzo Young married of late went to Springfield one formIvery to any other place she ever lived in THE BLUEGRASS TOURNAMENT Springfield Carries Off Seven The Tournament In Springfield + Springfields wearing they brought openedThursday 4 scorin Saturday morning with public oral spelling One of the most remarkable contests in spelling ever seen in the state occurred between the representators all girlsof Pleas urevillej Mt Sterling and Lebanon After an hours search through the book for difficult words Prof Bell who was giving them out gave up his effort to spell them down and gave three first place medals Our delegation left in the afternoon and reached home after supper Satur day Our school feels proud that she re ceived so many medals but everyone both in our delegation and in fact most of the visitors at the Tournament feel greatly chagrined that we did not receive first place in three or four places where we got seconds Especially was there disappointment in both of Miss Haydons contests as in the opinion seemingly of everyone of the audience except the five men whoseopinion in the end counted she undoubtedly deserved first place in both being as the principal of several disinterestedschools said entirely out of her class Our delegates were royally enter tained and all have tender spots in their hearts for the kind people who so generously and hospitably opened their homes to us The Sun has been informed that the the next tournament will be held at Springfield ACQUITTED Harrodsburg Policemen Acquitted i of Murder Charge 1 Harrodsburg Ky May 27The Anderson county jury callod here to try onItook just fifteen minutes to return a verdict of not guilty The jury retired to their room just as the clock struck 2 organized and on the first ballot unanimously voted for a verdict of acquittal They came back into the court room and reported their verdict so quickly that it could hardly be believed The jury left on the 5 oclock train this afternoon for them homes in and near Lawrenceburg Britton and Herron were heartily congratulated upon their prompt vindication by their many friendsBritton and Herroii killed Walter Stotts and Sam C Black in a pistol duel on the streets growing out of their at tempt as policemem to arrest Stotts Britton was shot twice through the head but recovered They were tried for killing Black before a Mercer coun ty jury and were acquitted Brittons brother was acquitted of a charge of murder in Illinois yesterday having killed a man there who had gone out with him from this cou- ntyEMPHATIC + CHARGE J Delivered to the Grand Jury By Judge Thurman l Circuit court convenedMonday Judge Thurman presiding Mondays session was a short one being taken up with the organization of the grand jury the charge thereto and the assignment of the cases on the docket for trial Judge Thurman as usual was very strong and emphatic in his charge to the grand jury and among the subjects touched upon were seining carrying concealed deadly weapons violation of the Sunday law selling or furnishing liquor to minors and gambling The Judge pointed out thatthe above uifenself were covered by statutes and that it was the duty of the grand juiyI and that their oaths demanded that they shouldprobe these matters and if they found aguilty party to indict This must be done regardless of their indi vidual ideas of the righteousness of the law Judge Thurman said in to gambling that hehnderstood a good deal of gambling was going on in Spring negrowthe high roller was unmolested The Judge said if either must be spared let it be the negro with his five cent crap game and not the professional gambler or the aristocratic poKer player Heals laid great stress upon the advan tages of Sunday closing and upon the evils of pistol carrying and the result ing crime and sorrow from its practice After the charge the jury repaired to its room and organized for work The docket for the May and June term is light and the session will not be a long one- Commonwealth attorney Durham accompanied by his little son came in Monday PETIT JURORS JM Bowles Ben Mcllvoy J B Cecil J W Thompson E E Wathen Cyrus Wilson E A Cox Jas M Wright Joe A RyanJJ H Kyler Frank Spalding Nimrod Smith Sr A B Wells John B Arnold E S Mayes Jr JnoM Lewis Jas N Gardner T D Shehan Ed Mayfield W 0 El lis B E Cambron W B Ballard Silas Armstrong Miles Kelty GRAND JURORS F M Shewmaker Jas H Mayes James L Humes Cyrus Lawrence W M Hardin J N Bodine Henry C Graves Marion Sweeney C D Miller W B Barlow John Tobin Thos J Graves AGREES NOT TO SELL Liquor in Laurel County For Next Five Years London Ky May 25 Robert Young who operates a registered distillery at Mc1V otter this county and who was indicted in twenty cases at the last term lof the Laurel Circuit Court for retailing liquor without license pleaded guilty today and by agreement took a tine of 500 which he paid He was required to execute bond not to sell any opIlti OLLIVER GRIBBINS BEAT lIP Robbed and Hasten Unconscious For u Ten Days So Says His Horseepitte Nurse and Best Frind Claud Ina Letter to The Sun The Sun has received the following communication from Auburn Jills sighed Claud We print it verbatim but can not vouch for its correctness May 27th HOG Auburn III to the maney frinds of Oliver Gribbin who is at the point of death and has bin uri connious for 10 days but is little hop of his recover on thenight of 15 of May he was pelt up and robed and almost betten to death if had not bin for a Dr Coming up thay would have killed him that iBraken his skull and his under Jew Bone and Cut him up like Shoe- StringS he says that they got 20 Dollars he identfied the men this morning and thay wer landed in jail to wait the act of Grand Jury he says that he never had his Pistol or he would have kill them both Oliver has made many frinds out here during his short time he Came out the first of March and close watch is keep over him he said the Would like to hear from his many friends he is in horseepitle yours Res from his nurse Claud Dear Editor Will You Please Publish as he often speeks of your town Claud his Best frind and Nurse qV We are sorry indeed to learnthat Mr Gribbins met with such a serious accident but we most sincerelyIhope that he is not painfully hurt We are glad however that although he is unconscious he was able to identi fy assassins We are also glad that even in his unconsciousness he would like to hear from his friends here We most profoundly hope that his Best frind Ntirse Claud of the horseepitle will watch over him until he regains his conscience HANDSOME Quarters Are Those of the Peo ples Bank The eoples Deposit Bank afterhav ing been out of a home for some imei is now handsomely fitted up at the same old stand The building has undergone a con plete remodeling and it is a thing of beauty and a joy forever The officers of the institution wish to call the attention of their friends pa trons arid general public to the fact that they are now located in their new quartets at the old stand and cordially invite all to pay them a visit of inspec lion The old building has been enlarged and as Stated above remodled and the latest style fixtures installed throughout In the building are private con sultation and writing rooms forladies and gentleman These rooms are excellently ventilated and lighted and equipped with every convenience and comfort This is one of the most completely equippedas well as one of thejjnogt handsomely furnished banksin the State rind is certainly a credit to the county The officials ask The Sun on lheir behalf to extend an invitation to yoa to bring your friends in at ahy time during banHing hours to talk write or rest 4 Eld Waldens Dates ill i6 Local Option speaking by W P WaI den Glens Creek Juno 3 330 p in r Battle June 10 330 p m Maud June 17 3 p m FairView June 24 330 p m Thompjsonville July 1 3 p nu Antioch July 8 333 pm Texas July 22 330 p m These meetings are for one and tdC Come and bring some me with yoife s Z THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1906 a r eteli etel 18 ol jI a- trtHH r f 1 I4rc f LAUQHTER p ie t1 J 1 AT BLACK JOHNSON J r Having decided to change from a credit to a CASH SYSTEM and by paying spot cash for all the goods we buy from wholesale dealers buying in large quantities discounting all bills we are prepared to offer you Goods at lower prices than ever be fore These are not cost prices but CASH PRICES 1OnlyArbuckles Coffee 14c per pckg Only three to one customer 1 Three Ibs Soda for 5c Best Matches 4c per box Best Coal Oil 1 75 test 14c Ii12 nutmegs 5ci Hoosier cotton 5c d 20 yds to the customer j ON T Tnread 4c per spool And These Prices Are CONVINCERS s r Mens Suits worth 1250 and15 now 1050 v worth 850 and 9cc 750 j Mens Suits worth 650 and S750 n wat 500 5275 now at K9i j GOOD COUNTRY SORGHUM AT 4Oc BEST TABLE OIL ci5c Per YdAmericans and Simpsons Calicoes Best Brass Pins 2 papers 5c Best Sewing Needles 2 papers 5c Big Line of 5c Lawns at4c 7 12c Lawns at 5c f ii813c Lawns at 612c A 10c Lawns at 7 12c J 3v 1212cLawnsat10c Ift 15c at 12 12c 20c Lawns at 15c w ItCarpet Chains white 4 ply t2fc Carpet Chain colored 23cj five Day ClothesPins 5cI1 We have 500Q worth of Shoes all bought before the advance Positively we can save you honey on Ij shoes BesIdes our new stock we have some old styles III womens and childrens fancy shoes and rs whIch will be closed out at bargains Come tb see for bargains our hands are not tied by Old King Credit WE MUST SELL that is our motto for the future Under no circumstances will goods at above prices 6 1 be charged Highest prices paid for produce and meat Come to see us 1 Black Johnson j WILLISBURG KY R f D NO1 ri d YF i I t jrli i a4Ii Ir THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1- 906I J H+ ++ 1+ l tJ ALKONCOALHt l i burfSummer l Split Your Goal Bill cheapbut WOOL WOOL i I want your wool this season and of course will have the price N w is the time to sell I w t t1 r tt 4 i tit 4- i L j Ii vtv t + + ++ + ++ +++ + + + +++ Little Items Worth Reading and Facts You Ought to Know The savings banks of Italy contain fiver 000000000 There isnt a barber shop of any standing in New York city it is said a man can have his mustache dyed The government of Honduras has prohibited the Imputation of whisky rum and anisado In barrels casks or demijohns The British authorities find what is known as the Swedish drill fe male prisoners a notable aid to and discipline At the annual Boswsell Phillips fami ly reunion at Wis recently of fortyone guests present not one had ever used tobacco or intoxicating uorF PJ Symonds of Cuesham N II has a quantity of apples which were raised In 1004 The flavor is fair and many specimens do not seem to be shriveled at all The town of Turnqr Me had a one time less than nine postollices within its borders while a neighboring town of far larger area was en tirely from surrounding towns An enterprising housekeeper has discovered that she can fry pancakes at the table by having a soapstone grid dIe fitted to the top of the chafing dish frame The griddle Is through on the stove and then transferred to the table In looking up the title to a piece of land In Greenwood Me an old amusingwas found which contains an description The last clause of the description Is Thence as crooked as you can go the north line of the Phillips academy grant The Tonkawas of Oklahoma are re jolting over the birth of a son to Railroad and Mollle Cisco mehibers of tha tribe It Is said be the first birth for nearly three years Ip Tonknwn tribe which bas been rapidly dimin- Ishing in numbers C H Baldwin of Montpelier Vt Is the owner of a fresh water pearl which Is valued at 350 The pearl whic- weighs twentyeight grains and Is ver perfect was found In the townot Woodbury a boy who sold his dis covery rights for 25 The attempt to introduce some va riety Into mens evening dress says the London Express px the adoption Easy said but how We sell coal buy that superior quality we deal in It goes farther costs no more and heats better If that isnt an inducement there isnt any Weve told our story and up to you to buy coal ofus and save money will l z 4 t h + no heated to to of braided trousers double coat cuffs and plaited shirt fronts has ended in failure Fashion know compelling a change to the old nnd simple style Japan has just entered the peanut market with a grm e of nuts which Is attracting attention English walnuts come from California France or Italy with France furnishing the largest sup ply The prices wIichrule throughout the country are fixeil an association of growers In California Coinage of coppei is unrestricted in China and debasen eat of the curren cy Is said to threat n in consequence The coinage in 100J 1745000001 pieces and with nlMhc mints in open tion It Is thought that the coinage Ii 190 will up to thcr enoruiou number of 10413000000 pieces Mount Matautu in the Island of Savall Samoan gT UP has covered thirty square miles if land around It with lava and a str am twelve miles wide Is flowing into t Ie sea The lava Is thrown Up 1200 fet and at latest accounts had Increased the height of the mountain since Aug 21 3000 feet Frank J Rich of Me has authority to act over a larger territory than any other deputy sheriff the state lIe hold commissions In both Aroostook and Fcuobscot coun ties This is necessary because he is a border sheriff and to be an effective officer must be prepared to act In ei ther jurisdiction Cnpetods In agriculture A letter has recent ly been addressed by the governmen- tcooperative to time secretaries of agricultural soejejlek In the colony suggesting the coope alive purchase of seeds manures implements and Im proved machinery In a single deposit lIthe North Ad amsNational bank the thcr day were found seven hills Issue t years ago by that a1 old Berkshire bank Two of thenotes were ofg20 each while the others were far a one of the bank otllcers who signed the notes Is vow alive The notes bad een laid away for a long time Time steel plates used In the lug of bank and treasury no es last fro ma month to a year according to the itrytfor the manufacture f greenbIcks alone Old plates are now melted up for use In the navy yai ds Instead of being thrown away as ft rmerly In fifty years New Zea lauds popula ion has grown from 37000 to 857000 00 acres In 1904 New Zeal and had 314 000 horses 17300000 he ad of cattle 18280000 sheep and 255000 hogs Ex ports Increased In to 73000000 finer Full Weight Y = iIs a mighty thing to have usbecauseevery ton bargained for Then again taking the high grade yogrinterestnext order and make sure you get the best rose from 5705000 In 1858 to GOr 455000 In 1004 Not only has Japan a large and In creasing ocean marine of her own but one of her shipping companies tho Nippon Ynsen Kaislia now lias thirty four ocean going steamships of 77092 aggregate tonnage under charter Of these of 45730 tons are British seven of 10108 tons Norwegian two of 3702 tons German in other words twentyfour foreign ships of 59090 tons are necessary to this one company besides Its own very large fleet owned and hired of Japanese vessels for Its share carrying of Japans great and growing commerce SAVED BY A KIND WORD had lost all respectability and a common gutter drunkard His family had disowned him and would not recognize him when they met him Occasionally he would get a job at the stables where Dr Davis kept his horses One morning the doctor laid lain on shoulders and said Jim I wish you would give up tho drink was something like a quiver on the mans lips as ho answered If thought you carol would but titers is a gulf be tween you and meiHave made any gulf Jim No you havent If you had been a millionaire could I have treated you moro like a gentleman so you couldnt I do care Jim There were tears in the eyes of the man now do cure Jim with u tender little emphasis on the Jim Dr Davis Ill never touch another drop of liquor as long as I live Jim Is today respected man Scottish Reformer PROGRESS OF REFORM An Artificial thirst leads toa real desert Rams Horn Of all the bad the liquor habit Is the worstand theres no sense in it But the gutter Is in it Farm Journal- A drunkard is a man who commits suicIQe on the Installment plan Rams Horn The British government has forbid den the use of liquor by naval officers under 20 years of age and the older offi ers are admonished to use spirits In ex trerae moderation Sir William Broadbent in a striking speech delivered at a meeting of the Na tional Association for the Prevention Consumption recently declared that al coholic excess was one of the principal factors In the progress of Some Frigid In thE first week of the year the temperature at FortyMile and Eagle We Will Your Trade rvrrRliwIf you give us but a order We speak from experience There isnt respectNeveror service fine record isnt It Add our name to thelist and buy our coal hereafter TaiWarm the 7HAULING j iK bought the transfer business of Mr Allen and will continue the e business When you any hauling to do telephone me PAY HIGHEST PRICES TOR AND FURSJ I PAY CASHI ii+ i r i M4 1H JONES Qi4 J 1 t4it ++ + + + + + 4H4 INTERESTING PARAGRAPHS where for health Beloit liq russet served the by by mount by Mnttawamkeag la ma 403O00y138080f fromV0095000 lnWOLlbua comforting tobuy fifteen WordIHe was hands his There I I habits of consumption belowto Capture coalfrpmus J r MANAGEMENT OF CHICKEN Prof James Withycombe Oregon Ex pertinent Station Tells How to Care for the Babies About 21 hours after the chickens are they should be with the a clean coop one that has been disinfected so that of parasitic life Is destroyed should be fed a small amount boiled eggs for the resIvebreadwater should be supplied in 1 shallow vessel It Is a good plan to cover the floor of the coop with sandt by so doing getmore t 0 After the 1e a week old they will enjoy a soft mash of ground wheat to which small of sand and bone meal have been add ed It Is that they receive m re of the than ex st In foods The to ms of as found in bones will prove more than the rock have that it Is not to mix oyster shells with the food of young chicks Itls a good plan to permit them to of it as they wish Early chicks will prove less to rear than late They escape In a meas ure tho of so during the warm season THIS I- SSUNSHINE DAY + 1Coal to Ibe B STi f have have HIDES 1 + + hatched removed henjto Ought beneficial chicksa modentely amounts essential mineral nutrients ordinary organic phosphate ground efficient phosphate Experiments demonstrated advisable ground although partake hatched troublesome hatched torments parasites usually common and the pullets will lay well In the fall when eggs tare a good price Hens hav ing free range and proper fpod will usually give much better results with their chickens than hens which are confined In yards Had a Close Call A 4angerous surgical operation in volving the removal of a malignant ul myIapplication of Bucklens Arnica Salves ys AJ C Stickel of Miletus W Va Persistent use of theSalve completely cured it Cures Cuts Burns and Inju ries 25c at C J Haydon druggist Throughout the Entire United States c Free Ir ADontE lobeb OF among theSVNS INt Finishes Of thoseAND OFhFurnitureYiSlt tSUlSMiflr our storeFOR rmtSHina RernnsHmo rxnwnvne ANDU TO THE get a- Coupon FIRSTJ 25 LA IESuJJ4Li VISITING OUR STOREti TODAY t = EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE r Putt a Little SUNSHINE in Your Home ANDaMAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For Sale by = = C1 J HAYDON- u iJ i 4THESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday May 30 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher h SpringfieldIYIoras TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION fLOOMonthsie Months 25 ngcdlllwanyouWillI DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party AND IT BEATS THE DEVIL These are days of reform Everywhere people are de manding that criminals highand low cease their operations that they be apprehended and tried In the Courts ofour country and that justice be meted out to them in full measure There is a sentiment spreading in every State in the Union against crime and vice of everv nature it matters not how insignificant Indeed the day has dawned when the breakers of law and the defamers of righteousnessbig and little are being marched up to the toe line andsighting down the fing er points of Mighty Justice they behold the handwriting upon the walland the fortresses of these latterday Belshazzars are crumb ling like pillars of ashes Lethe t good work go on let all peo ple lawabiding peopleit matters not of what walks of life oi what religious faith or of wha- political belief join hands an hearts in the crusade which to s be made against vice through out the whole country Goy Beckham is now receiv ing the plaudits of the people Kentucky because of his efforts to clean up Louisville Just over the river in the State of Indiana Gov Hanlyis endeavoring to put the lid on in every city in the State Folk has knocked th black out in Missourian Weaver Mayor of Philadelphia has kindled fires under the nestings of thugs and thieves in in that city and scalawags throughout the whole State of Pennsylvania have felt the effects of his work These reform movements are notduetothe work ofany political party they are due t the determination of the people to pinion crime to convict crim inals and to build thrones upon which righteousness must reign And people of all political parties are behind the servants in office demanding that they perform their duties wen and behind the people is that mighty power the Consciousness of Right Get thee behind mef Satin the people are demanding and his Satanic Majesty is skeedad dung V And it beats the devil A Touching Incident I have read ofa town meeting in Pennsylvania where the question of license was to be decided writes a cor respondent of the Herald and Presby ter As the question was about to be put there arose from one corner of the room a miserable female wrinkled and gaunt and stretching out her arms in a shrill voice she cried Look upon me You all know me or once did Hon Ben Johnson nominated for Congress Yesterday by the fourth District Committee at Lebanon inistressjof the most devoted of husbands You all know I had five npblehearted indus trious boys Where are thes flow Doctor where are they nov You all know You all know they ie in a row side by side in yonder chu hyard all everyone of them filling a drunkards grave They were all taug t to believe that temperate drinking wan safeex cess alone ought to be avoided and they never acknowledged e cess But I saw the gradual change c ming over my family and prospects ith dismay and horror I felt we wer all to be overwhelmed in one common ruin I tried to ward off the blow I tried to break the spell the delustspellin which the idea of the benefi of temperate drinking had involv d husband and sons I begged I pray d but the odds were against me And with her arms flung high and her tall form stretched to its utmost and her voice raised to an unearthly pit h she ex claimedItI shall soon st nd before the judgment seat of GodI shall meet you there you false guide and be a witness against you all- She spoke and finished But when the chairman put the ques ton shall any license be granted for the sale of spirituous liquorsf the re ponse wa- sunanimousNoThe Messenger Convicted Man Collapses Harrods urg KJMa 25Abe Denny who was giV n a a sentence Monday for killing R K Scott col lapsed after the trial and is thought to anddpays no heed to what goes on about him and will not talk oven to his wife Dennys lawyers made a hard fight today for a new trial on the ground that the Sheriff took the jury to High Bridge and over into Jessamine county and al lowed them to attend a dance Sunday Judge Bell has the motion under sub mission Gus G Coulter formerly State Audi tor and one of the bestknow men in the State died yesterday at his home twoet Twenty Reasons Why You Should Oppose the Saloon 1 jit never builds up manhood but tears it down 2 It neyer beautifies the home but often wrecks it 3 It never increases ones use fulness but lessens it 4 It never allays the passions butjnflames them 5 It never stills the tongue of slander but loosens it 6 It never promotes purity of thought but poisons it 7 It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them 8 It never protects the ballot box but defiles it 9 It never makes happy families but miserable ones 10 It never prepares one for heaven but for hell rightdoinJt12 It never diminishes taxes with all its revenue but increases them 13 In never r nders the Sabbath quiet but desecr tes it 14 It never protects our prop erty or personal safety but endan gers them 15 It never e1ps one to get a good insurance p licy on his life but militates against it 16 It neyer c eates ambition and thrift but invi es laziness profli gacy poverty id eness and crime 17 It never b ills up the church but peoples the tation house pris ons and chainga igs 18 It never r fin characternor promotes Christ an grace but is a destroyer of the sou 19 It never tsacies honesty and uprightness but inc tes tbe incendiary to apply the idnight torch 20 It never j rotects a man but familyhappinessand all endearme its of life Subscribe for The SunLOO year WANTED notoknow that the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER CO carries a cc mplete line of everything you need when you do any new building orirepairing For instance M Centent of all Kinds Rop ing of all Kinds v Brick and Lime t 1Fly Greens and Screenings Win ows Doors and Frames Roueh and Finished Lumber idthe building line in is our stock IAnything Lumber CoI to m t r Special 11 Attractionsv Sr J Prices on Ladies Muslin Silk and Lawn Waists Wrap pers and Lidies Shoes at prices the Linens at 10 cents is 25 per cent than w for price at WE IN MENS BOYS Let us SHOW DiY4J DiY4J 1 EDITOR SUN Dr Bush a writer said long ago that mothers planted the seed of nearly all the good and evil in this world Mothers let us strive to plant seed fpr good Judge in one of his addresses said that he would not be fol lowing his mothers if he Jid whiskyO mothers Mothers do you realize that God has given you your children to mould their character and lives in such manner as to be a blessing to you a blessing to themselves and their country of this county let us help rid our county of this dreadful and destruc tive power that is taking our fathers our husbands and our children to ruin Let us give of our means our prayers our example our voices and all the forces we can muster to help in the battle against this evil Happy is she who has right views of her weighty thrice happy is she who not only her duty but does it A MOTHER I Does J If more is sold where there are no saloons then where there are would brewers distillers and who own about 76 per all saloons pay license rent taxes in surance fees and contribute large sums of mdney to influence the press to and distribute litera ture and in other W yd to all to lessen thb amount of their sales Would the men now be five national at heavy expense to all meas ures if such did not interfere with the traffic Would they keep an lobby at the national capital to urge the of the canteen or army saloon and to prevent a Ito hibitory clause in tne statehood bill for Oklahoma and if they were not Charles Scanlon Of to The order which is of inter est to people who reside onrural routes has been received Waters bvI On anTI after July 1 1906 patrons of the rural delivery service will be required to signals on their boxes IN ALL KINDS OF Summer Goods AT THE BIG STORE Organdi and laces India ens in all grades Ncv stock Val LlltIJust received large showing of White and Lace Hosier J Gloves IEtc IW Special Prices on- CORSETS Special Underwear readymade Kimonas Dressing Sacques Stylish Summer attractive value India yard India Linen worth 1See the goodrrIAll Carpets Mattings Rugs and Wall Paper Reduced Prices I HAVE SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS AND SUITS YOU I 1OBERTSONBROS DiY4J MOTHERS Thurpian teachings Mothers responsibilitiesrBuT nnderstands Prohibition Prohibit whisky holesaleI dealers attorneys publish obtainlicense liquor maintaining organizations prohibitory measures expensive restoration Indian Territory financially jinterested Interest RuralRoutc People following Postmaster display Batistes allover Parasols BeltsSide Combs Corsets Ribbons 4I special when they leave mail in them for car riers to collect as after that date carriers when serving their routes will not be required to open and ex amine any mail boxes except those to which they have mail to deliver and those on which signals are displayed to indicate there is mail for carriers to collect Thsepatrons whose boxes are not provided with signals must attach thereto some device which when dis played will show passing carriers there is mail to be collected It is not neces sary that the device shall be either costly complicated a very simple ar rangement will answer the purpose Carriers must lower the signals on boxes after making collections provided no mail is left therein and must display the signals when they deposit mail for patrons unless the patrons hays made request to the contrary Not if as Rich as Rockefeller- If you had all the wealth of Rocke feller the Standard Oil magnate you could not buy a better medicine for bowel complaints than Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy The most eminent physician can not prescribe a better preparation for colic and Diarrhoea both for children and adults The uniform success of this remedy has shown it to be superior to all others It never fails and when reducedwith water is pleasant to take Every family should be supplied with it Sold by every reliable dealer in the Blue Gaass Temperance Fight on in Henry County New Castle Ky May 25Thtem perance forces of Henry county orga nized here to conduct a vigorous cam paign to yote whisky out of the county ExCircuit Clerk S J Douthitt wa elected County Chairman and a County Committee has been selectedone from each precinct Liquor is now sold in only one town New Castle and it is thought tht this vote will take it out of that place Famous Strike Breakers The most famous strike breakers in the land ar4 Dr Kings New Life Pills theyquicklyfying work goes right on Best cure for constipation headache and dizziness 25c at C J Haydon druggist The Daily Herald AND the Sun ONE YEAR 200 i ireTreat f iiiit AUNT SALLY is an old fashion loaf of that rich well1vhen F for another and still our craving appetites seemed hardly gratified Its really good try it j Buy none except the Aunt Sallie if you want the genuine Sold in Springfield exclusively by 5LROYBROSNT Tr Ig THE SPRINGFIELD SUNK WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1906 il tjY tiiiiiii1 f wiUbeI I 1 season MRS WILLIAMS1 Local News Notes Three or four interesting communications were received too late for publi cation this week They will be printed next week FOR SALEA nice lot of 2 year old rose bushes sweet potatoes and tome to plants E A Cox OBrien Peters Co shipped to Louisville today two cars of hogs and one of sheep and cattle Important NoticeAre your chick ens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy butmakes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drug stores G D Robertson Co are having a plate glass front put in their store room It will add much to the appearance of the building STRAY SHEEPOver four weeks ago 12 or 13 cld owes and 17 lambs strayed from my place Old sheep were painted on right hip with red paint 1 will give a liberal reward for imformation J M RUSSELL Stewart Ky Henry Marshall Grigsby the new as sistant town attorney has quarters a t the home ofAttorney W F Grigsby having taken up his abode there last Thursday night NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411 44 is sold under a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupej Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded One of the finest Herford calves ever seen in this county is owned by Mr J S Yankey near town It is fiftytwo dsrys old and weighs 220 pounds BIDS WANTED We are now ready to receive bids for building turnpike from the Springfield and Perryville pike to Marion county lineabout 2J miles Persons desiring to make bids will cor respond with J W Gordon Springfield Ky Route 4 or Clarence Christie Lebanon Ky The protracted meeting at the Bap willicommenceof June 17 as previously announced Dr W 0 Carver pastor of the 1e Salem Baptist church will assist th pastorS Campbell reports county court day sales as reasonably good About 100 cattle on the market selling anywhere from 2i to 4 cents per pound milch cows from 15 to 35 several horses at from 15 to 120 changed hands Mrs Hadgie Mahon died at her home at Lebanon yesterday morning bf a complicationof diseases and after fu neral services at the P esbyterian j church this afternoon the bo y was in terred in the Lebanon ceme ery Mrs Mahon was wellknown in Springfield where she has quite a numb r of relatives being closely related t the Mc Elroy family of this place The de ceased was a devout Christi n and was loved by a large circles f friends Messrs A C MdElroy W 7 McElroy and wife J R Wharton an wife and Miss Bettie Irvin of this place at tended the funeral WILLISBURG There was a large crow out to the decoration Hon Sam Blacks grave was beautifully decorated with pin peonies and ferns by Miss ra Adams the public school supennt mdcnt of Mercer county Edgar Riley died at the hme of his Saturdaymorning this place Sunday morning The community pxtends sympathy to the bereaved ones Misses Alice and Raynie Frariklin spent a few days last week with Miss Myrtle Sutherland at this place SprfrigfieldU G Scrogham and son Raymond rleyWorleyvisited at the home of J W Shipley last Saturday anti Sunday Mrs Ben Mcllvoy visited her mother inlaw Mrs Mary last Theirs iCharlie me of ek Marion CouritrI aveJoneof Falcon Mr Leo the best known men of the co nty died at his home in St Ma ysa 10 oclock yesterday morning ofas hma and a complication of other trou les incident to old age He was 82 years old and Was an active man in business affairs in the county for many years The bans of matrimony will be announced at St Charles Cat olic churc for the first time Sunday b tween Pro f Edward G Douds and Mi is Teresa A Smith diewcieFriday I Sheriff Gartin Jailer adden and Chief Thompson went to Fr nkfort yes terday to carry the five pr soners who were convicted during Circuit Court Mrs Myrtle Cornejisbn ate 22 years died at her home near Bradfordsville early yesterday morning Sheds sur vved by her husband to whom she was married about one year ago F We Wonder If SocietyiAdvertisements Here is one worth reading It will help you at your next function J Delicious High Rock Ginger Ale Punch Quantities for serving 25 guests 8 Oranges 6 Lemons 1 Pineaple 4 Quarts High Rock 1 Pound Sugar 1 Pint Maraschino Cherries Crush oranges and lemons chop pineapple fine cover with sugar allow to stand for three hours press out the juice and add to this juice the pint of cherries and plenty of cracked ice Just before serving add the four quarts o Rock i Ginger Ale at grocers price of quarts 2 per dozen 25c daze for bottles returned After the luncheon is over serve on the side SOZOKOLAREFRESHING ROYAL ROOT BEERNONINTOXICATINGk BROSCOINKY LITTTT2LTJ NOTICE Taxpayers will take notice that all city taxes are now due arid payable to the city Treasurer Under the present mode of collecting taxes due the city the tax collector will not call upon you and solicit paymeijt as heretofore but it is the duty of teach individual taxpayer to settle withj the City Treasurer Mr L B Cain at jthe First National Bank After JulYlst a penalty of 2 per cent will be added to all taxes un paid at that time and after September 1st and each additional penalties NQvemberllst will be added and tax issue for sum mary collection License taxes ar now past due and it would be well for all persons wh are conducting any business for which a license tax is imposed to bear in mind that if they have not secured such iicense during the year 1906 they ar liable to a fine of not less than 5 nor more than 25 and each day such busi ness is continued without license con- stituteS a separate offense DOG TAXIt is the duty of all per sons having a dQkto take out therefor and it is unlawful for a dog to be permitted to run at large without haying on its neck a collar to which should be attached the check issued tokr failure to do so is not only that the dog shahs be impounded but also that the owner or keeper thereof is liable to a fineCopies of the City Ordinances can be Springfielcllaw is no excuse and will not be a goad defense to an action against per sons who have rendered themselves liable by failing to comply with the Heretofore the city authorities had deemed it proper to have the strictly enforced until the people have an opportunity to know of noL but notice is hereby given that after the laws must be rigidly After 10 days from the publication this notice all persons who have taken out license as required bylaw will be prosecuted and the penalty im posed fordoing business without license By order of the City Council JOHN Wt LEWIS Mayor Attest C M McCnoRDCity Clerk MT ZION lascThursdavweek is feared by some that it came too late to be of much benefit to the wheat crop Then again on last Saturday and Sunday a nice rain fell and farmers are busy setting tobacco Miss Claudia Neale hasreturned home from a pleasant visit in Maud Several from here attended court at Springfield Monday Miss Nora Bonta and Misses Jennie Cokendolpher and Bertha Bush of Chaplin passed through here enroute to Springfield Monday Louisvilleta meetings at Sunny Heights schoolhouse and other points filled the pulpit here Sunday in place of our pastor Rev W S Maxwell who is at the bedside of his little son Mr Hiner Nealeis attending court in Springfield thisweek Miss Blanch Bonta was in Bloomfield shopping one day last week Miss Gertrude Sutherland is visiting relatives in Willisburg this week Miss Carrie Russell who has been visiting relatives at Vanarsdall and Harrodsburg returned home last week Our community was very much shocked last Saturday morning over the untimely death of Marion Lewis son Tyler Lewis of Rockbridge while 10f hing in Chaplin river with several the young man was drowned MOORESVILLE 1PQuite a number from here attended county court last Monday Srturdayand Several from here attended the deco ration at Wiflisburg last Saturday We are glad toreport Miss Etta Mattingly as convalescent after a long and severe attack of typhoid fever Mr Ed Moore win finish his sawing this week He will then attend to his crops for a month or two Owen Ellis spent Saturday and Sun day at Woodlawn Ben Reddick of Maud spent Sunday with John Ellis Mrs Sallie Bodine and family of Maud spent last Sunday at the home of Mr J T Settles Mr Wash Tucker and family Mr Palmer Goatley and family and several others dined with Mr TJ Settles last Thursday Born on May 25th to the wife of Murrav Shields twins a boy and a girl The tobacco men and farmers are tothelittle wet than so dry Subscribe for Th rSun LOO rear ooaooooooooo 1 Personal Notes f O 0IVisitors fh and Out of TownA tt J Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News npOOO sunlare Mr Isaac Curry spent Saturday in Danvils Mirs Wy T Leachman hid sister Mrs J BHillof Lebanon Mr J C Clements of Lebanon ClementsoMr and Mrs W E Leachman spent Sunday in Lebanon waseone u Mr Will McChord and Miss Lizzie Waters spent several days at Tatham last Week LoganBoson business =Mr and Mrs Theo Campbell and children spent Sunday in Lebanon Dr JB RoBards was in Louisville oneday last week on business Mr and Mrs AL H Jones and son Earl wore in Louisville the first of the week FINE CLOTH= IN6 F GrudyMcintires Stock of Summer Cloth ing pleases the man who wants to be Sty lish and Comfortably DressedI 8 11 8 I MILLINERY H I REDUCTIONS L The Knott Company begs to announce that it is in the midst of its annual Cleaning Up Sale and that great reductions have been made Sn all millinery We Have a Nice Lint of Communion Wreaths Trimmed Hats and Rejadyto Wears for Women and Children at greatly reduce prices We have a few baby caps which will bet closed out at very low prices + THE KNOTT COOVER PEOPLES BANK Ii Mr and Mrs H C Boblitt spent several days in Taylorsville with their daughter Mrs Louis Riedel Mr CV Hagan spent Sunday in Lebanon Mrs M W Hyatt has returned home after a visit to her mother at Bloomfield Miss Ethel McClasky and brother Booker have returned home Miss Wakefield of Louisville is the guest of Mrs Charley Wells rMr Robert Marks spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Hamilton Robertson of Bards town spent several days with his par ents Mr and Mrs G D Robertson at this place Mr Durrett of Bloomfield attended court here Monday Mr and Mrs Joe Mudd of Fred ericktown were here shopping the first of the week Miss Bessie Settles of Maud was here one day last week Rev Father Neasfey of Campbell ville is visiting ReVePF Hennessey roJ B RoBards spent Tuesday in Danville =Mrs John Clements and sister Miss May Mulvey of Lebanon were here one day last week Mr Wallace Duncan who has been at Lebanon Junction is at home for a few days i LMr George Nikerk is m Harrods burg this week Miss Elizabeth Leachman has returned home from avisit to Lebanon Mr W D McElroy spent WedneS- day in Bloomfield Miss Josie Lee is no longer associa ted with the Knott Millinery Co rMr J Bennie Wathen andsIster Virginia spent Saturday and Sunday in St Marys Mr Thomas HLogsdon and Richard of St Marys spent Mohda at the home of Mr and Mrs R Wathen Miss Mamie Knott who attend- school at Nazareth is at home for a few days Mrs Dudley Tapp who has been quite ill of appendicitis is improving Miss Susie Pope is visiting her sister Mrs James Bunch of Lebanon IMrs Jani0 Willitt is visiting her R H Edelen of BardstOwn Misses Annie Mays Viola Brown and Ethel McClasky spent Thursday insLebanon Mr and hire Arthur Vance of auntMrsMrs Margaret Hamilton of Cleve land is visiting her sister Mrs Mat Mayes Mrs Kate Green who has been very ill for several days is much improved Mrs Joe Spalding and children have returned to their home in Greensburg after a visit to her parents at this place Miss Annie iMcChord is theguest of Mrs Head in Lexington this week IProf C T Cunninghamof Clinton here tq spend a few days with his parents Mrs J S Yankey and children are visiting friends in Lexington Mr and Mrs Arthur Vance who formerly resided at Jackson Tenn were here this week visiting Mrs Vancers mother Mrs Janes of near town Miss May Cambron has returned to her home at Frederickstown after a visit to Miss Bettie Craycroft Miss TeresaMa Spalding of Leb anon Laura Logsdon Indianapolis Lil lie Craycrof Vine Grove Sallie Ha gan St Marys Georgie Cambron Lo retto Ida Hamilton and Mr Charlie Logsdon Loretto were here last week The friends 6f Mr Evan Rogers who is now residing in Lebanon will be pleased to learn that he to recovering from quite a severe spell of illness We heard fromj him yesterday and while he is yet unable to leave his room he is much improved and he hopes to Washingrton county in ashort time Mr Rog ers is much interested in the local op f lion fight in this county and nothing intoance RheumatismsWhy sufijer from this painful malady when one application of Chamberlains Pain Balm gives relief Hundreds of grateful people testify to the magical power of this remedy over rheumatism For sale by every reliaple dealer in the Blue Grass t 1 Low Price Sale II I ShragerBros Iot an immense line of goods which we now have One 14 member of the firm will go to New York next week buy a big shipment of goods and we are compelled have the room toI W L Douglas 350 and 4 Shoe 250 1500 50 cent Shirt at 2 c and 25c I Mens 3 Patent Leather Slippers at v 175 upBoysLadles Skirts ui All other articles in our house will be sold equally as low as these You will only have to investigate find that we are almost giving goods away C L SHRAGER BROS Jtv t r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 301906 r fm J1 f 1 Ji r ff tlr J ti Deverly of- Cj iti Sl Graustarkf f 0 t i 1 r t i I k rIt 7t i L 1 CHAPTER XV hours later nil wds dark fAIFEWsilent within the castle On stone walks below the tread of sentinels rose on the still air In the hallways the trusted guardsmen glided about like spectero or stood like statues An hour before the great edifice hocLbeen bright and tull ot anlmltlon NoW it slum bered It was 2 oclock The breath of roses scented the air tho gurgle of fountains was the only music that touched the ear Beverly Calhoun dismissing Aunt Fanny stepped from her window out upon the great stone balcony A rich oriental dressing gown loose and comfortable was her costume Something told her that sleep would be a long time coming and an hour In the warm delightful atmosphere of the night was more attractive than the close sleepless silence of her own room Every window along the balcony was dark proving that the entire household had retired to rest She was troubled The fear had en tered her head that the castle folk were regretting the advent of Baldos that every one was questioning the wis dom of his being In the position he occupied through her devices Her talk with him did much to upset her tran quillity That he knew so much of the fortress bore out the subtle suspicions of Dangloss and perhaps others She was troubled not that she doubted him but that If anything went Wrong an accusation against him however unjust would be difficult to overcome And she would be to blame in a large degree For many minUtes she sat In the dark shadow of a great pIllar her el bows upon the cool balustrade staring dreamily Into the star studded vault above Far away In the air she could see the tiny yellow lights of the monastery lonely sentinel on the moUntain- top From the heights near that abode of peace and penitence an enemy could destroy the fortress to the south Had not Baldos told her so One big gun would do the work If It could be taken to that altitude Baldos cduld draw a perfect map of the fortress He could tell precisely where the shells shodld fall And already the chief men to Edelweiss Were wondering who he was and to what end he might util ize his knowledge They were watch Ing him they were warning her For the first time since she came to the castle she felt a sense of loneliness a certain unhappiness She could not shake off the feeling that she was after all alone iqher belief In Baldos Her heart told her that the tall straightforward fellow she had met in the hills was as honest as the day She was deceiving him she realized bat he was misleading no one Off In a distant part of the castle ground she could see the long square shadow that marked the location Of the barracks and mess room There he was sleep lug confidently believing In her and her power to save him from all harm Something in her sOul cried out to him that she would be stanch and true and that he might sleep without a tremor of apprehensiveness Suddenly she smiled nervously and drew back Into the shadow of the pil lar It occurred to her that he might be looking across the moonlit park looking directly at her through all that shadowy distance She was conscious of a strange glow In her cheeks and a quickening of the blood as she pulled the folds of her gown across her bare throatNot the moon nor the stars nor the light In St Valentines but the black thing away off there on tle earth said a soft voice behind her and Be erly started as If the supernatural had approached her She turned to face the princess who stood almost at her side Yetive How did you get here That Is what you are looking at dear went on Yetive as If completing her charge Why are you not In bed And you I thought you were sound asleep long ago murmured Beverly abominating the guilty feeling that came over her The princess threw her arm about Beverlys shoulder I have been watching you for half an hour she said gently Cant two Iqok at the moon and stars as well as one Isnt It my grim old castle Let us sit here together dear and dream awhile Yon dear Yetlve and Beverlydrew her down beside her on the cushions But listen I want you to get some thing out of your head I was not looking at anything In particular Beverly I believe you were think ing of Baldos said the other her fin gers Bt ulng fondly across the girls jsoft bat Ridiculous said Beverly conscious lior the first time that he was seldom opt of her thoughts The realization came like a blow and her eyes grew very wide out there In the darkness And yon are troubled on his ac count I know It dear You Well Yetive why shouldnt I be worried I brought him hero against hIs wlUprotcstedBeverlytIlt any thing should happen to him she sbud deedInvoIuntar1iy i Dtt be Beverly I have i8 I liff J r By j 1t j GEORGE BARR 1 P fiViF at i Goorrtcht tt r 7l1 jJ I K i Jt much contiucncc in Him Us you nave His ey s lire true Greufuli believes in him top and so does Mr Anguish Gren sos he would swear by him no mutter who he is But the others Beverly whispered Baron Dangloss Is his friend and so Is Quln lOX They know a man The count If different I loathe that old wretch Hush HO has not wronged you In any way But iq has been unfair and mean to Bald sf It Is a jsotdiers lot my dear But IB may be Prince Dautauj or Frederic or tlie other one dont you know argued Beverly clinching her hands fi inly In th it event he would be an hon orable soldier and we huye nothing to fear in him Neither of them b our enemy It Is the possibility that he is not one of them that makes his presence here look dangerous I doiit want to talk about him said Be erly but she was disappointed when the princess obligingly changed the subject Baldos was not surprised scarcely more turn Interested When a day or two late he was summoned to apIear before t ic board of strategy If any one had told him however that on aI recent Eight a pair of dreamy gray eyes hac hledto find his window 4n the grea black shadow be might have jumped In dmazenjent and delight For at t lat erybour was looking ot town d the castle and Ms thoughts were of the girl who drew back Into the shad w of the pillar The Gi austark ministry had received news from the southern frontier Mes sengers ame In with the alarming and significant report that Dawsbergeu was strengthening her fortifications in the pass s and moving war northward It meant that Gabriel and his peope expected a fight and were preparing for It Count Halfont hasti ly called the ministers together and Lorry and the princess took part In their deliberations General Marlnnx represented the army and It was he Who flunuly asked to have Baldos brought before the council The Iro Count plainly Intimated that the new ard wag In a position to transmit valuable Information to the enemy C loud Qulnnbx sent for him and Bald s was soon standing In the presence of Yetive and her advisers He looked about him with a singular smile The one whom be was supposed to regard las the princess was not In council chamber Lorry opened the examination at the request of Count Halfont 1 e premier Baldos duietly answered olie questions concerning hi present position his age his term of enlistment and his interpretations of the obligations required of him Ask him who he really is suggested the Iron Count sarcastically We can but one answer to that questtonFsaid Lorry and that Is the one which he chooses to give My name Is Baldos Paul Baldos said the guard but he slId it in such a way that no one could mistake his appreciation of the fact that he could give one name as well as another and still serve his own purposes That Is lie number one observed Marlanx loudly Every eye was turned upon Bnld s but his face did not lose its halt m eking serene Ity exprcSlorot Proceed with Mr Lorry sall Count Halfont interpret ing a quick glance from Yetive Are you willing to answer hhd all question we may ask in connection with your observations since you bo came a menber of the castle guard asked Lorry I amf hDid you take especial care to study the interior lot the fortress sen you were there several days ago 1 I did Have yot discussed r observa timnetIWith whotor With her highness the princess said Baldos without a quiver Thjire was a moments silence mind furtive looks were cast In the direction of Ye tive whose face was a study Almost instantaneously the entire body of Is tenertf understood that he referred to Beverly Calhoun cBaldos felt thathe had been summoned before the board at the Instigation of his fair protect ress And your Impressions have gone no farther r They have not sir It was most confidential Could you accurately reproduce the plans of thefdftress II think It would be very elm pie Have you studied engineering- Yes And you could scientifically enumer ate the defects in the construction of the fort It would not be very difficult sir It has come to our ears that you consider the fortress weak In several particulars Have you so stated at anytime T I told the princess that the fortress deplorably weak In fact1 think I mentioned that It could be takeu with easen He was not looliing at Count Marlanx but he knew that tlie old mans eyes were flaming TheO he proceeded to tell tip board how he could overcome tho fortress elaborat ing on his remark to Beverly The ministers listened In wonder to the words of this calm Indifferent young manIWill you oblige us by making a rough draft of the forts interior ask ed Lorry after a solemn pause Bill dos took the paper and in remarkably quick time drew tile exact lay of the fortress The sketch went the rounds and apprehonslve looks were excllang ed by the ministers hit Is accurate by Joev exclaimed Lorry I doubt If a dweller in the sort could do better You must have been very observing And very much Interested snarled Marlanx Only so far as I imagined my ob servations might be of benefit to some one else said Baldos coolly Again silence was like death Do you know what you are say- Ing Baldos asked Lorry after a mo ment Certainly Mr Lorry It Is the duty of any servant of her highness to give her all that he has In him If my ob servations can be of help to her I feel In duty bound to make the best of them for her sake not for my own Perhaps you can suggest modifications In the fort snarled Marlanx Why dont you do it sir and let us have tIle benefit of your superior Intel ligence No gentlemen all this prat Ing of loyalty need not deceive us he cried springing to his feet The tel low Is nothing more nor less than an infernal spy and the Tower Is th4 place for him He can dp noharrn there un It were my Intention to do harm gentlemen do you Imagine that I should withhold my Information for days asked Baldos If I am a spy you may rest assured that Count Mar anxs kindnesses should not have been so long disregarded A spy does not believe In delays Mymy kindnesses cried Mar lanx What do you mean sir I mean this Count Marlanx said Baldos looking steadily into the eyes of tile head of the army It was kind and considerate of you to admit me to the fortress no matter In what capacity especlnlly at a critical time like this You did not know me you had no way of telling whether my Intentions were honest or otherwise and yet 1 was per mltted to go through jthe fort from end to end No spy could wish for greater generosity Ulan that An almost imperceptible pmlle went around the table and every listener but one breathed more freely The candor and boldness of tIle guard won the respect and confidence of nil except Marlanx The Iron Count was white with anger He took tile examination out of Lorrys tirinds and plied the stranger with Insulting questions each calm answer making him more furious than before At last in sheer Impo tpnce he relapsed Into silence waving his hand to Lorry to Indicate that he might resume You will understand Baldos that we have sonic cause for apprehension said Lorry Immensely gratified by the outcome of the tilt You area stranger and whether you admit It or not there Is reason to believe that you are not what you represent yourself to be I am a humble guard at present sir and a loyal one My life is yours should I prove otherwise Yetive whispered something In 1irys ear at this Juncture She wa ibly pleased and excited He doubtful for an Instant and then apparently followed her suggestion regardless otconsequenccs- YouJd you be willing to utilize your knowledge as an engineer by suggest ing means to strengthen the fortress The others stared In fresh amazement Marlanx went as white as death Never he blurted out hoarsely I will do anything the princess com mands me to dosnld Baldos easily You mean that you servO her only- I serve her first sir If she were here she could command me to die and there would be an end to Baldos And he smiled as he said ItTbe Italprln cess looked at him with a new eager expression as if something bud just become clear to her There chorus looks of coughs and a round wasj She could hardly ask you said Yetive addressing him for the first time athfrmadammor and tile laugh was general Ye tive resolved to talk privately with this excellent wit before the hour was over She was confident that ho knew her to be the princess I would like to ask the fellow an other question said Marlanx finger lug his sword hilt nervously You say you serve the princess Do you mean by that that you imagine your duties as a soldier to comprise dancing polite attendance within the security of these walls I believe I enlisted as a member of the castle guard sir The duty of the guard is to protect the person of the ruler of Graustark and to do that to the death it Is belief that a S rnltllby other capacity than the one serve I now anI Then I shall brand you as a spy a coward You have already called me a spy your excellency It will not make i true let me add If you call me a coward I refuse to take up arms againsi either Dawsbergen or Axphaln The remark created profound sensation Then you ore employed by Jjoth in 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from The Springfield Sun to be used Iduring the year to advertise my Real Estate and Insur tance business I want to advertise for yoFREE OF Iit yourBUSINESSin + 4afew farms to offer this week butv these will + do not near fill up my space a1you fit i ir1rW per are tititW house and church Price 40 per acre W No 4255 acres three ood barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 6 per acre + No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber + oak ash hickory dwelling and barns wellw tere onehalf L- tsi mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 W No 6205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good welling 3 to ira bacco barns one stock barn all necessary outbuildi S plenty tim tit goodgrassNo 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced i4whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town titNo 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plerlty timber necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling a barn alliW 20 per acre + timbertwo+ No 10lOS acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge Wit3750 per acre + NoU220 acres six J miles from Springfield on good dike t Jconvenientwatered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acrel No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located + No 13A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn with acreof + ground Cheap Z pikerfacres new new plenty of fine tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60wNo 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acres fine to JT rWNo 16196acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in lTS it IWNobottomland ftjt roomZicehouse i dwe1lingi t44 Several other pieces of town property If you want home in 4 Springfield Ive got it at any price iy iB Dlr Lake Springfield I 4tziixi- T + S ee eeeele IeIe elee H BUG G IE Iii HARNESS HARDWARE But its buggies that we want to say a few ords thehandsomest At Prices Low pletelineBut if you want HARNESSCheap or fine Farm or Buggy Harness We I can supply your wants at satisfactory prices H WELLS BROTHERS h Daily Herald and Sun 2 J H BEVERLY OF GRAUSTAHK By GEORtTE BARR MCUTCHEON Author of Grauatrk Copyriffht rtiU bll Dodd Mead and Company stead of Duel shouter the Iron Count gleefullyI employed as n guard for her roynl highness said fialdos with a square glance at Yetlvc and not as a fighter In the ranks I will fight till ieath for her but not for Graustark CHAPTER XVI T Jove I like that fellows c oluessr said irony to Har meetIa game Ill admit but he does it with an assurance that de lights men He is right about that darned old fort said Anguish His knowledge rot such things proves conclusively that perSonI talk with him just now said Lorry with a reflee jtive smile She asked him point blank IlotiIIesftatejyou in the audience chamber recently That was n facer for Yetlve I assure jyou that it was no fault of mme that Tl1cn1tmustbacurtains l said the confounded bluffer Yetlve couldnt keep a straight face She laughed and then he laughed Some day you may learn wore bout me she said to him I sincerely trust that I may madam said he and Ill bet my hat he was enjoying it bette than either of us Of course he knows Yetlve Is the princess Its his inten tion to serve Beverly Calhoun rnd he couldnt do It Ibo were to confess that he knows the tr6th Lies no fool Baldos was not in preparing plans for the Iumges in the fortress They embodied a temporary readjust ment of the armament and alterations gatleading d e the refuse from the fort was taken to the barges by way of1 the main en trance There were other changes sug Bested for immediate consideration and then there was a general plan for fife modernizing of the fortress at sow e more convenient time Baldos lacon ically observed that the equipment was years behind the tines To the amazement of the officials he wu able to talk intelligently of forts in all parts of the world revealing a wide and thorough knowledge and ex tensive inspection He had seen Amer lean as well as European fortifications The Graustark engineers Went to work at once to perfect the dimple changes lie advised leaving no stone unturned to strengthen the place before an at tacK could be made Two three weeks went by and the new guard was becoming an old story to the castle and army folk He rode with Beverly every fair day and he looked at her window by night from afar off in the somber barracks She could not dissipate the feeling that he knew her to be other than the princess although he betrayed himself by no wordor sign She was enjoying the fun of it too Intensely to expose it to recallnghthat would mean the end of everything Xo doubt he felt the same and kept Ills counsel but the game could not last forever til t was certain A month or two tao e and Beverly woult have to think of her return to Wash ington bislRUbtlecould express Now she was begIn- ning to study him from a standpoint peculiarly and selfishly her own Where recently the Lad sung his praise to Y the anti others she now was strangely reticent She way to understand another day why this change had ton over bClStorlcs of his cloveriiess came to her ears from Lorry and An guish stud even from Dangloss She was proud vastly proud of him in these days The Iron Count alone discredited the ability and the conscientiousness of the mountebank as he unwed the man who bud put his nose out of Joint Beverly seeing much of Mariaux made the mistake of chiding him frankly and gayly about this ajversiou She even argued the guards case be fore the head of the army iinprudeutl pointing out many of his superior qualities in advocating his cause Thn count Was learning forbearance in his old age He saw the wisdom of pro crastiuution Baldos was in favor but some day there would come a thnef his undoing In the barracks he was acquirii famo Reports went forth with unbias ed freedom lie established himself asi the best swordsman In the service wqll as the most efficient With tl e foils and sabers be cost vanftiihed the foremost fencers high and low circles He could ri like a Cossack or like an lmeric cowboy Of them all his warmest a mirer was Haddaii the man set watch him for the secret service may be timely to state that Hndd watched in vain The princess humoring her own fan cy as well as Beverlys foibles took to riding with her high spirited young guest on many n little jaunt lo the hills She usually rode with Lorry or Anguish cheerfully assuming the su dued position befitting a ladytn wa It lug apparently restored to favor UcerlSjuniqueher attitude as princess the fair young leILorrys wifl How can you expect the paragon to make love to you dear if lie thinks you are another mans wife Yetlve asked her blue oyeS beaming with tue fun of It all Path sniffed Beverly You Lure only to consult history to Hud the ex cuso Its the dear old habit of men to make love to queens and get beheaded for It Besides he Is not expected to make love to me How In the world did you get that Into your Lend Onu day soon after the return of Lorry and Anguish from a trip to the frontier Beverly expressed a desire tp sihighw byhichund it was necessary for the party tc make an early start Yetlve rode with Harry Anguish and his wife the coulit ess while Beverlys companion was the gallant Colonel Quinnox Baldos rele gated to the background brought up the rear with hInddautlebehavingcavalier fashion Her friends had been teasing her and to her own In tense amazement she resented It The slytauntsthe dIstressing conviction that he had become Important enough to prone em barrassing While confessing to her sell that It was a bit treacherous and weak she proceeded to ignore Baldos with astonishing persistency Apart from the tensing it seemed to her of late that he was growihg a shade too confident lie occasionally forgot his deferential air and relaxed Into u very pleasing but ilghly reprehensible state of frieiidli iiess A touch of tile old jauntiness crp ped out hire and there u tinge of the old Irony marred his otherwise perfect mien as a soldier His laugh was freer his eyes less under subjugation his entire personality more arrogant It was time thought she resentfully that his temerity should meet some sort of check Andr moreover she hall dreamed of him two nights in succession maybestnow Was In a most uncomfortable frame of mind Baldos refused to be properly depressed by his misfortune Heretired to the oblivion she provided t Aiparentib nor Beverly was In high dudgeon and low spirits sThe party rode forth at an early hour cltbutheights Comfortable wraps were tak en along and provision was mode for luncheon Jit an Inn halfway up the slope Quluuox regaled Beverly with stories in which Grenf all Lorry was the hero and Yetlve the heroine He told her of the days when Lorry a fugitive with a price upon his head charged with the assassination of Prince Loreuzlthen betrothed to the princess lay hidden in the monastery while Yeltlves own soldiers hunted high mitt low for him The narrator dwelt glowingly upon the trip from the monastery to the city walls one dark night when Lorry carne down to sur render himself in order to shield the woman he loved and Quinnox himself piloted him through the underground passage Into the very heart of the cas tie Then came the exciting scene iw which Lorry presented himself as a prisoner with the denouement that sawed the princess and won for the gallant American the desire of his heart What n brave fellow be was cried hcarlng111eAh he was wonderful Miss Cal hpun I fought him to keep him from surrendering He beat me and I was Virtually his prlsouer when we appear tribunaleIts no yonder she loved him and married him couldlegive Miss Calhoun You had better not call me Miss Calliouii Colonel Quiuuox said she look Ing buck apprehensively I am a highuesg once irj awhile dont you know I Implore your highness pardon said he gayly The riders ahead hud come to a standstill and were pointing off Into the pass to their right They were gatesundroad that ended at the monastery gates Beverly and Qulnnox came ul with them said found all eyes centered on small cpinpany of men encamped In the rocky defile u hundred yards from the mil In road orIt needed but u glance to tell her who comprised the unusual company gnrmciitstc unforgettable disregard for cpuse qtiences the liupudeut ease with wbis alikensuthne Hawk and Ktvveu NnInaniletitihztumet dangertoopen Baroneas s garb Old Franz was there and so were others whose faces and hetero faIlender with the red feather the rak abIts the strangest looking crew Ive toolT11IIw pirates gypsies st Yetlve iWh arc then What areolonellOUlnnOX titer doing Lure Qulnnox was surveying the vaga bonds with a critical suspicious eye They tire not robbers or they would IK off like rabbits be suit reflective iy Your highness there ure maul roving hands In the hills but I confess th it these men are unlike any I have heard about With your permission J will ride down and question them Do Quiunox I am niost curious Beverly sat very still and tense She was afraid to look at Baldos who rode up as Quinnox started into the narrow defile calling to the escort to follow The keen eyes of the guard caught the situation at once Miss Calhoun shot a quick glance at him as be rode up be de her His face was Impassive but could see his hand clinch the bridle rein and there was an air of restraint iu his whole bearing Remember your promise he whir pered Coarsely Xo harm must come to them Then he was oft into the de file Anguish was not to be left be hind He followed and then Beverly venturesome and vastly zore In terested than the others rodereck ssly after Quinnox was questioning laconic Ravone when she drew rein The vagabonds seemed to evince but little interest In tile proceedings They stood away in disdainful aloof ness No sign of recognition passed between them and Baldos Iu broken jerky sentences Ravone explained to the colonel that they were a party of actors on their way to Edel i L Tta Torjcthcr they partially subdued the an- imaL weiss but that they had been advised to give the place a Wide berth Now they were making tile best of a hard journey to Servos where they expected but little better success He produced certain papers of identification which Quinnox examined find approved much to Beverlys secret amazement The princess and the colonel exchanged glances and afterward a few words in subduedtones Yetlve looked fur tively at Beverly and then at Baldos as if to Inquire whether these men wenTthe goat infers she bat come to know by word of mouth The two faces were hopelessly noncommittal Suddenly Bajdos horse reared and thntIof adept horsemanship Ilavoue leaped forward and at the risk of injury clutched the plunging steed by the bit Together they partially subdued the animal and Baldos swung to the ground at Ravoues side Miss Calhouns horse In the meantime had caught the fever He pranced oft to the roadside before she could got him under control observethefrom view by the body of the horse they were able to put the finishing touches to the trick Baldos had cleverly worked Beverly distinctly saw the guard and the beggar exchange bits of paper with glances that meant more thanthe words they were unable to utter Baldos pressed Into Ravones baud a note of some bulk and received In exchange a mere slip of paper The pa pers disappeared as If by magic and the guard was remounting his horse before he saw that the act had been de tected The expression of pain and despair In Beverlys face sent a cold chill over him from head to foot She turned sick with apprehension Her faith had received a stunning blow Mutely she watched the vagabonds withdraw In peace free to go where they pleased The excursionists turn ed to the main road Baldos fell back to his accustomed place his Imploring look wasted She was strangely in explicably depressed for the rest Of the day Continued next week Chamberlainsh 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n Springfield Monument Co At JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Everyicourtsey shown flandsome Line of Caskets and Burial Rrttc Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Carriage Shop I am prepared to do all of your woodwork and repairing at the most reason able rice FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain for sale I also have one new shopmade bug secondhandof all kinds on hand WIII BOND Tulytigoo t SPrig Iit r wr r w S THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1906 t r CorrttIoK1tD HLOSS BRK CO FINE CLOTHES MAKERS BALTIMORE NEW YORK Two Deaths j Saturday morning May 26 same to our home that Edgar ewsI Mr and Mrs Robert Riley had passed fromthis earthly region to that Celestial City He was about twenty years o age and had been a sufferer of that dreaded disease consumption for on year He was a member of the Rock bridge Baptist church and was a bright noble boy His career was short here but was full of good deeds He had a znnny cheerful disposition and being aware of his condition was fully pre pared for a brighter home than this Bis remains were taken toWillisburg Sunday morning and despite the gloom- day tne church was crowded with large concourse of friends who had met to pay the last tributeof respect to this young Alan with whom so many lad been associated He will be misse- ss a companion in the society circles o the young Rev Simms gave a short iiscourse after which the body was buried in the cemetery at Willisburg The fond and loving parents have the sympathy of all in their bereavement While we are writing this tribute to oar friend the sad intelligence of thg tragic death of another of our friends TyleLewisSutherlands mill Having a tender feeling for this boy I deem it my duty iy write a few lines on his death Both sf these young men were pupils of the writer and having been thrown in association with them fully realize that they both had bright futures before them and with a sad heart I pen these words tothe parents of two such noble boYs We trust that these lessons of tQtheirthemselves to meet their children i lhat glorious Beyond where there will be no pain nor sorrow is the prayer of The writer M B M SmairPox Small pox is reported in the Tex neighborhood of the county Quaran tine over the infected district has been established and it is not thought t Jbease will spread pringfitld Market Bacqn HaiaH 15c Side Beeswax 24c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound j Chickens Hen sI o SprinprSc poundfCorn Me 175c to 80c per bushel eEggs1 per dozen Feathere 45uper pound Flour 200to t3 Giusonjf 8750 per pound Grain Wbeat Rxv cnrnfiOcrOats Hides Green OKc to lOKc Lardlo per pound Limo to Sloo per barrel Mill probuctsBran 80 shlpstuff 100 per 00 pounds PotatoesCountry Onions 5100 barrelsiTallowc per pound Vinegar 25c to 4oc per gallon Wool BI trry and greasy llHc clear grea9eOC tab washed 28c 50CfSciatica Cured After Twenty Yee rs of Torture For mere than twenty years Mr J B Masse of 3322 Clinton St Minneapolis M nn was tortured by sciatica enduredduringsion No sing gave him any PainBalmrelieved the pain and made sleep and rest poss ble and less than one bottle MrMasseybenefit of others who may be similarly afficted If troubled with sciatica or rheumati m why not try a 25cent bot yourselfhow theBWir Holds Heart in Place leftnwith 17 ft et of silver wire In his body He enters the hospital in such a con dition tha t it was thought he would never leas it alive He was injured in a streei car accident in Chicago and was twls ed up internally Dr G S Hamilton took the case In hand and mostasbad- a lung an his iheart displaced by be ing hit b the car and was not ex evehe Judge I H Thurman And I Eld Walden 4 Will Deliver Local Option Add ssesz IIAt Glens Creek Next Sunday AfterQ n at 330 Everybody Invited Imnra rmr paWI HWEATRkHES L AT i Cunningham Dur can S AT Reduced Prices Reduction in Carpets Mattings and Wall Pager I youvelonged II happyiftheII J GRA VESIr Neck Broken c Lebanon Enterprise Alfred Johnson who lived on what is known as the Skinner place about twos miles south of Riley was run down by the afternoo- Passenge train Monday afternoon a instantly killed Johnson is about fifty years old and leaves a wife and two children Want Canteen Abolished in Japan Marshal Oyama has been petitioned by Hon Tarb Ando to adopt the American system afcd abolish the canteen In th Japanese army It appears that the regulations of the sale of liquor to Jai anese soldiers is not sufficiently strict to do aw y with the many grave evil naturallygrowing out of such sale GET LIE BEST Recently Enlargodi WordsNow tholatestDictionarycnntniningpersons dato of birth death etc DLLDUhiedStutesCommisslouero 2380 Quarto Pajgos DlndblpNeededinEver Also V ebstcru Collegiate rif Dictionary SbindingDcLuxearoplat nbihieparer Kaatltnebtadt mph3t1GPublishers Springfield Masa r j A oyaI OPPORTUNITY Sweethearts T 11 JAS FOR SHEEP AND LAMBS JrWhIchIof the Way of the Sheep tordslatsbt1Jer a great de eof trouble The cut shows a ve excellent arrangementthis being crosssection and readily The bottom of the sheep rack nylambs may be fed In a small trough their own They are thus out of t way of the sheep says the Farm nal and can be fed their Own ration apart from the sheep- Cleanliness Important Put on your cleanest apron when you go to skim milk or to attend to the butter Never think that any old thing will do Only the best is good enough It is Dangerous Neglect a Cold How often do we hear it remarked Its only a coldand a few days later wiia r ambloinstendency of a cold to result in pneu monia and has gained its popli ari and extensive sale by its prompt cur Iat this most common ailment It always salebyGrass How to RM Mahogany of StainStains and spots may be taken out mahogany with weak aqua tortis or oxalic ucld and water rubbing tho liqutillwood with water dry and polish as usual WaterproofTo ce in benzine as much finely bruised whlto paraffin wax as It will dissolve Put on with a soft brush CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO 1 tHCOKPOKATaD Long distance lines and telephones of this enable you to talk almost fanywhere in Southern Indiana Southern wIllinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the countryWeable Equipments and facilities unsur passed WEPresident IMade Happy for Life came into the ihome of S C Blair school superintendent at St Albans W Va when his Litt oresfulDal1cefIsteadily worse until as a last resort we tried Electric Bitters arid I reioico to say three bottles effected a complete cure Quick sure cure fornervbus com plaints general debility female weak malariGuaranteed a store Price 50c Bad Management Dosing fowls for disease cannot r place maintenance of health It Is silent Indication of erroneous manage ment This corrected dispenses wltlj a drug bill V A Year of Blood eIante Ky as a year of blood whi flowed so copiously from Mr Tacks lungs that death seemed very near writes Severe bleeding from the lungs and a cough had brought me takingDrtion with the astonishing result that completelyermantly cured Guaranteed I atCJHaydonsTrial bottle free gIlow to Uue a FaCe Brash hdit Italwereyyour dsthe face thoroughly taking especl renulisre hrso as the carefulofly a cream or m heAny good emollient will answer Subscribe for The Sun 3L00 year NervousWornOut If you are in this condition thyour nerve force is weak the orht worknyt clogess s and disease When the nerves are weak the heart is unable to force the lifegiving blood through your yeins the stone ach fails to digest food thfe filterimpurities the poisonous waste remains in the system to breed disease Nerve energy must be restored Dr Miles Nervine will do it because it strengthens the nerves it Isa nerve medicine and tonic that rebuilds the entire nervous system brokendown painIdoctor said he could do nothing for MilesNervlno anhealthyII a CUNNINGHAM 108 Ellsworth Ave Allegheny P yourdrugglat hwille Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind t t Daily Herald AND SUN 200 SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub chargedetc for sale or wanted hoevery low rates B B Waters Springfield had for sale a good Jersey cow 3hasgHenry Hickerson Mackville has for sale four head of twoyearold steers of good grade foraPrice reasonable Come and see them R J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc boar thoroughbred hasforgs 50c a setting trofchpreferredgeyoung cattle Mrs J A Cecil Frederickst6wn has for sale high grade Wyandott eggs Graham Perkins Cardwell have andfive9Jhasfor2has1forW G Grundy Valley Hill has for rcgisaIMrs B L Litsey R K D No 3 BrownLeghornMrs Jas I Martin TsiandRedsMrs Malisa Peyton Route 4 has tine Plymouth Rock eggs for sale 17 for delivered 2hasRock eggs 15 forI 4 leasfor35 cents for 16 P No3hasConger strain 15 for 1 persitting atei foor White Plymouth gh9meggs yRIndia Game e 1 for 15 Mr Haw ard has for sale Duroc Jersey hogs Mrs Will Clements Route 1 has for sale Black 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