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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r m Jt pr ttg itIb UUt DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF W ASitlj J GTONCOUNTYI 1f IVOLUME IIr SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 t HUME 27 REGULAR BUZZ SAW fktttvWhat This Republican Says If Ion Johnson New Haven Echo Speaking of the Congressional situation in this district I asked a prominent Republican the other day if he would accept the nom ination if it were tendered him His reply was so good that I reproduce it without using his name for I know that he is a personal friend and was +1 not Balking for publication and I have no desire to do himan injustice H said Do you think without anpie in- SIght I want to tackle a buzz saw Nay Nay Why is there no pie All gone passed out p men who will chomp on it until after the next Pres idential election The coming election is not a good time to run in a distric- like this that is Democratic for th man who makes the race absolutely loses by it and is without hope of get ting any thing The fact that he is willing to sacrifice himself this time actually counts against him next time His defeat shows the party that they can not win with him and they select some man that they hope may add to the Presidential vote If I had the bee buzzing in my bonnet the on y time that would run would be when the Presidentialrace was on for then I would get some reward n6 matter if I was defeated I could then say who would get pie If I did not ret a desirable piece for myself I certainly could help my friends which would be some consolation A Convention has been called to nominate a candidate I replied m buy but dont you know there tla number of men in the district who will make that race and are chumps enough to believe that the will be rewarded for theii fidelity onl to find out after its over the real truth QfrlJim Jewels remarks What do you think of Ben Johnson tasked Now dont expect me to throw an bouquets at any man who is running fo office on the Democratic ticket I will say this I dont want to be a candidate against him knowing him as I do His a man of strong determination Ther is no give up in him He takes nothin foTP granted and will organize his sid and will brmg out every vote just tli same as if the strong Republican in th district was against him You cant catch him napping wJthgum sho methods or any other political tricks Bens a past master in that art him self Old Kcntuckians WestdnlVIo If WillianjH Gabber of this town could uu educed to jju back to Kentucky during the Home Coming week this month he would without doubt receive the 500 prize offered to the man born in Kentucky and who has been absent the greatest number of years without returning Mr Gabbert was born in Boyle Coun ty Kentucky Nov 8 1817 and will therefore be 89 years old on his next birthday He left Kentucky on Dec 18I 1819 being then just past 2 years old Since then he has never returned to his native State- Relatives and friends oftpevener able gentleman have been importuning him to revisit Kentucky during the Home Coming week but have bee unable to obtain his consent to male the trip although he is physically and mentally able to make the journey asI easily as a manof 40 Mrs Gabbert wno is 87 was also born in Kentucky and left the State when she was 2 years old but she hasC been back to the scene of her birth once since coming to Missouri Like her husband she is well preserved andj rin the full enjoyment of all her facut ties Mr and Mrs Gabbert have raised large familyand have divided a lar fortune among the qhildren and sti have an abundance to provide well all or their wants for many years to cmeIThey live alone in a house in wht they are just installing the latest lux uries as well as comforts Mrs Ga bert still does the household wor having no use for servant Or maid and their home is still the seat of hospitality as it has been for many years Subscribes for The Sun 100 Tea r KILiLED1Y DYNAMITE Now Alleged th it Marion Lewis Was Not Drowned iIt is now allege that Marion Lewis the young man r ported to have been drowned in Chapl n river last Friday nijt week was tiled by the explo siqh of a stick of lynamite thrown totheriver for the purpose of killing fish It is said th tone charge of dy namite had sires y been exploded in the river quite a number of fish being gonee into Ihe water to get the fish when some one threwore dynamite into the stream Thii it is alleged exploded Within a ve y short distance of the young man kil ing him instantly We stated in las Weeks issue of The Sun that the youn man cramped and totthatethe water was not nore than kneedeep A gentleman said to The Sun last evening that a mai who resides in the community in wh ch the accident oc curred told him th it there was hardly a sound bone in the boys body The authorities tv ill make a thorough investigation Wl are informed the body will be exhum d at once REALISTIC Was the Dream f Mrs Blake Saw Her Husband Killed InVVrgck v sheYwhoiwas wreck at Seventhnd Hill streets this city last Monday saw her husband crushed to death by the terific impact tidingsrr e been widowed by the awful crash homeevvilliamsbur6e Somegly sortebetweenecar on was thees it impressed her so profoundly that sJ e could not sleep during the remain erof the night and at the breakfast table on Sunday she told her hosts That she had seen My husdand will b killed in collision 1 orfthe Lousville Nashville railroad tomorrow she said impressively My uncle W W avrwilt bring the message to me bu I will know it long before he does rand Mrs Pie s laughedat Mrs Blacksfears and fcra time halfpur suaded her to belie ei that she was wrong in placing aiy faith in the dream Monday morning Ir W W Sawyer who was at CorbinKywhen the news the wreck reach d that place isle graphed Mrs Bloc at Williumiburg that her husband ha been killed in the disaster Barn Burned eLebanon Enterer e While attend r pCaptthe misfortune to IIse his barn arid its contents by fire Si specting intend ar ism he put Chief Thompson on the case who after clos a If small negro girl of who later confessed o WItCharrested the tender years If lieyed she was tall deed by an older per on Datesg in lleLocal option speaking by W P Wal chBattle June 10 80 p mi June 17 31 m bitView June 2 330 pim Thompsonville Ju y 1 3 p m Antioch July 8 310 p m Texas July 22 33 pm These meetings are for one and all Come and bring sonu one with you f LOCAL OPTION IN LOUISVILLE LAST SUNDAY r COURIERJOURNAL I jlohn Ryan was the only jperson in Louisville yesterday who was arrested on the Charge of drunkenness He was taken in charge by Patrolman Cross at 1230 oclock yesterday morning securedIlegitimate hours but was not picked up by the police until thirty minutes after Sunda began Had he been ai drunkennesswouldbbeen ve Before the lid was put on in Louisville there were seldom less than seventy persons arrested each Sunday pn charges of being drunk and disorderly or the simple charge of drunk The time of suchrsiBefore the police would make an arrest On previous Sundays on the charge of drunkenness the victim had either to become boisterous and create a disturbance or he had to be past naval gating Hardly anyone was seen staggering on the street yesterday Occasionally one would meet a man who was slightly under the influence of liquor bufhe had secured his bottle before closing time Saturday night otheriirwho had imbibed to freely at Riverview Park but they steered clear of the police and Central portion of Louisville COMPARISON Comparisons are invidious For some times they lay bare the aabsurdities of false arguments This is exactly the case in some comparisons made by the Tennessee AntiSaloon Journal between Jellico Ky and Jel lien Tennessee The towns are divided by the Kentucky line and therefor stand out in bold contrast But thej contrast shows that the argument ol the liquor men that no saloons mean dead town is both base and baseless We quote from The Journal After a hard fight the saloons were put ont of Jellico Tennessee June 30 1903 The liquor men and shine short sighted business men argued that to do away with the saloons would hurt the business of the town This argument was emphasized by the fact that there were saloons in r elli o Kentucky just scions the state line and that the money would go to the Kentucky side of the town We will let the facts speak In June 1903 when saloons went out the population of the town was 1200 Now after two years and nine months wIth- out saloons the population is 3000 In 1902 with saloons the business of the town was about 400000 In 1905 the business was 1500000 When the saloons went out there were 18 stores now there are 42 Now Jellico has six wholesale houses dry goods 1 furniture 1 hardware groceries and 1 green grocery The gain business has been from one hundred to four hundred per cent When the saloons were running there were four public school teachers throe whites and one colored and obout 200 An impression prevails thatthe stat ute against shipping whisky into local option districts in this State doGS not apply to foreign shipment for therea son that under the operation of the Interstate Commerce law it can be shipped in from other StatesJ This idea is erroneous The express com nics have issued bulletins to their directing them to examine all suspicious looking packages and to quire of the shipper what they contain he refuses to answer the package is not to be received for These companies recognized that it a is violation of law to carry whiskey into any prohibition territory of Kentucky whether shipped from some other point Kentucky ot from another State This question had already been pass d on by Court of Appeals whiskey was sent by express from Cincinnati in the State of Ohio to London in Laura An Odd Sale Ed OBrien bought of a party this week 27 head of stock hogs averaging 120 pounds immediate delivery at 6 cents per pound He turned around pupils Now there are six white and 2 colored teachers and 605 pupils The jffhe principal is paid a salary of 1200 the other teachers 50 per mbnth When the saloons went out the as sensed value of the property was 5180 000 nuts 550000 a gain of 320000 jr When the saloons were in Jellico the taxes were 225 on the 100 without saloons twice the number of- Bleachers and three times the number W fjuplls the taxes are 125 on the 100 When the saloons went out there were 100000 now 300000 a gain of 200000 The going out of the saloons cans d an increased attendance utt churches Sunday schools and public schools and the moral standard lias beep raised fully 50 per cent Since the charter was lenewed ne of the largest tanneries of the south has come to the town with a daily capacity of 600 sides two planing mills two large lumber yards a handle fa tory25OOO foundry a 25 OW brie plant and two machine shops A con tract has been signed for water works and a powder mill with a capacity of 500 tegsa day IWe print the above as one of the hundreds of illustrations that can be given showing that local option is a timeIwe will give some demonstrations from localoption towns closer to home frorii Campbellsvillc Danville Hodgen ville or some town convenient for Doubting Thomases to investigate into if they desire Editor Sun THE NEW LAW transportation olrene1the aflling whiskey from another State at delivering fn prohibition territory in laiw m pqint to point in this State There was some talk of testing the constitutionality of the law but this has been abandoned by the companies and they have decided to observe the lay and have issued circular instruction toi that effect These instructions direct that the agent shall take no risk what soever but shall fpllow the law to the letter which means that no more whis key will be shipped in to the be option territory of Kentncky The jobbers have heretofore done an annual business in the jug trade of fro counIand sold the same hogs back to the same party at 6 cents per pound Ed says that barring loss from death he will get 75 cents per bushel or more for the corn he feeds this stock between nov and date of de1iveryILebanon Enterprise l BRITTON ACQUITTED Killed Henry SJiewmaker In Ll nois a Year Ago lHarrod burg Democrat Fred Brit tong formerly of this county who sho and killed Henry Shewmaker at Loving ton Ill about a year ago was acquitted ba jury at the final triahat Sullivan Ill last Thursday The case was bitterly fought by the prosecution bill it was the general opinion among the people of the town who had watched the progress of the trial that Britton would be exhonerated as he made out a clear case of self defence The story of the crime for which Brit ton was tried is wc remembered by our readers asa full account of the killing was published in this paper at the time it occurred The killing took place the depot at Lovington where a drow of several hundred persons had gath fired occasioned by the arrest of a CharlesMarsnlow officer by the name of James Moore a former resident of Washington county Marsh was being taken to Decatur Ill for safekeeping as the feeling against him at Lovington was so high that it was feared a mob would take him from the jail at that place Britton was passing the depot and sewastold of the killing of Moore he remarked that he was sorry and said that he was afraid that Marsh had gotten into Serious trouble Shewmaker who1 was present alused Britton and made an- attempt to puH his pistol when Britton also pulled hisgun Shewmaker grab bed Bntton by the arm and told him that he would take hfs gun away from thivBritton fired at Shewmaker twice one ball strfcking him in the breast and the second in the abdomen He died al most instantly Britton was arrests d and taken to Decateur where he had been in jail since the killing The trial was entered into Wednes carhee 10 oclock The Judge adjourned court and aid he would reopen to receive their verdict as soon as one was reached The jury reported at 2 oclock Friday morning and court was opened4 and the vverdict received at 3 oclock The court room was crowded with verdictking of the jury was read Fred Britton left here about five years ago and had been working on a farm near Loyington up to the killing of Shewmaker Shewmaker former livedat lip ekville in Washington county htIcousin several years ago bystriking him in th head with a heavy weight For this offense he was tried at Springfield and sentenced to three years in the penitentiary After being released from prison he wontto IlliIn was working in the cot he was killed 018iherehe Britton of this place the trial returned Saturday nigh accom Britton and Wife v ho will make their home here in the future Marion County j GdTuesday morning Mr John Bird and Miss Mattie San ejrs of this county were married here Friday Mr G C Tucker a farmer of Taylor county and Miss Jennie to Graham daughter of Mr Ed Graham of thisI county were married in this city Tues day Mr P R Lawson and Miss Mattie alFlorence Thompson a young couple of this county were married Wednesday by Rvb J A Hogarty at the Catholic arsonagem rMrs Fred Bowman age 40 year 5be died Wednesday at her home five miles byheryoungest qf xvhich is only five days old Mrs Sallie Elizabeth Ray age 69 years died at her home on Springfield tliafter LARGE CROWD Hear Judge Ike Thurrnan and Rev Walden at Glens Creek Willisburg Ky June 4 Perhaps the largest crowd everg thtered together in this section wasthafe at Glens Creek church on last Sunday afternoon to hear local option addresses by JudgjO I H Thurman and tfleV W alden And it was without a doubts the mpst enthusiastic assembly ever seen hire Notwithstanding the ex ceedingly hot day the immense audi ence gave the strictest attention to crowdeddy every available inch of standing room being taken and in the large audience we very much doubt whether there was a single whis ky vote Put this community down as solid against booze aPPrecitedbothsense and logic The people in this neighborhood are proud of JudgeThUr man and they are very very glad that he is a Washington countyian in every nse of the Wordborn andreared here When he told the people last Sunday afternoon what he believed was best for them in this matter thtyv knew that he had no selfish motive in view and that he was speaking from the bottom of his heart for their inter ests and welfare Judge Ike Thurmans h9usehoJd talking about him He will never be forgotten by the people of this section and when the opportunity offers itself he will be honored by theta regardless of party affiliations We realize all of u s that he Is battling for the cause of humanity for righteousness andl for the welfare of our children and our chil drens children for if whisky is voted out of Springfield it will be the means of saving boys yet unborn And heres to Ike Thurman may his tribe multiply and may he live longwe know IJe is going toprosperL v Death of Mr Cocanougherf Mr Jacob Cocanougher who resided in the TeXaS neighborhood of the uouca ty died yesterday morningas a result of an attack of smallpox although thfe healthforvquite a while having sustained a stroke herlaneae cellent Christian gentleman He las r two sons living in the count George and Fleni Cocanoughpr and a daughter who resides in California Besides these he leaves a hostif other relates and friends to rtourn their loss Ho Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for m the Spf ina field Post Office for yaekFBanding Jilne 6 1906 v JanieJurkheaibson Ji B Janes T S Montgomery Mled Co J H Reed Joe EI3mith Mrs Malissa Walker W A WATERS Postmaster Will Improve Catholic Church iiThe members of St Augustines ath olio church in Lebanon says the Falcon have inaugurated a move to raise Binds o remodel their church and snake of it nc of the most handsome etlifices in this diocease The proposed impr ve m nts will consist of new altars altar ails seats and memorial win tows The inferior will be frescoed I nd decorated to correspond to the ew furnishings The eftimatM cost will between TOCO and S000 about one half of which sum has already been subscribed by a few individuals The intention is to have this work completed i within two In order to havethe Ijbuilding dJdicated in celebration pf the one hundreth anniversary of the estab lishment of Ih s church Corsderife tt interest is be ng manifested still tte trouble is anticipated is raising the reTquired amount of money L 1 I n- THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 6i906 rIr 4 A I 1 f IL l I syt3a H i t SLAUGHTERt t TBLACKJOHNSONS SYSTEMansale dealers buying in large quantities discounting all bills weare prepared to offer you Goods at lower prices than ever be fore These are not cost prices s but CASH PRICES And These Prices Are CONVINCERS iiiifwi Mens Suits worth i25o and 15 now 1050r I worth 850 and 9 1 50i I V Men S Suits worth 650 and 750 now at 500 i n 1 198YH I GOOD COUNTRY SORGHUM AT 4Oc 1 bi BEST TABLE OIL CLOTH 17C tit 20 Ibs granulate sugar 1 Only 20 Ibs ta one customer Arbuckles Coffee 1 4c per pckg Only three to one customer Three Ibs Soda for 5c Best Matches 4c per box Best Coal Oil 175 test 1 4c tw 12 nutmegs 5c Hoosier cotton Semperr yd 20 yds to the customer O NT Thread 4c per spool I 5c Per YdAmericans and Simpsons Calicoes Best Brass Pins 2 papers 5c Best Sewing Needles 2 papers 5c l Big Line of 5c Lawns at 4c- 1712c Lawns at 5c 8 13c Lawns at 6 12c ratrr 1 0c Lawns at 712c- 1212c Lawns at 1 0c t 15c Lawns at 12 12c 20c Lawns at 15c cCarpetFiyeDay Clothes Pins 5c 1 1 onshoesWe have 5000 worth of Shoes all 1 which will be clos d out at bargains Come to see for bargains our hands are not tied ancy by Old King a cS1J WE MUST ELL that IS our motto for the future Under no circumstahces will goods at above pricesbe charged Highest prices paid for produce and meat Come to ee us- h lack 4 Johnson t l VILLISBURG KY R f D 11101 t II i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 61406 J li I + fj frlzIZI fts t ffT LKS ON COIL i+ u ra l l fI l+ l fdeM 6 1 rlts hard to burn Bad Coal in the + lA z Summer 4 r Split Your Coal Bill b t WOOL WOOL f I will want your woo this season qf course + will have the price No the time sell i lt r S t4I iStJfl i ofif0 f Li i j z + fo ift fr fr fli fr fr fr fli ifrifr frill tfttfi ill fli ifr i was Convictedof a and Set Free Frankfort Ky May 3LThe court of appeals Wednesday reversed the Campbell circuit court In the case ol Arthur Westrup against the common wealth and that the court give a peremptory Instruction to find him not guilty wife In childbirth In February 1905 having refused to ask a physicians advice ba cause of his prejudice against the doctor and because she relied on a for mula In a book to pull her through Eventually her husband sent for a doctor and did all he could to save his wife but she died He was for some reason Indicted and given at eight months jail sentence on the charge of Involuntary manslaughter committed by allowing his wife to dig for lack of medical assistance The court here says what Westrup did was greatly to his credit and that the ver diet was flagrantly to the evl dence BACK TAXES Court Decides That Mrs Julius Walsh Will Have to Pay About 90000 Lexington 1County Judge F A Bullock decided that Mrs Julius of St Louis formerly Miss Clara D of this city will have to pay back taxes for five years on the two hundred thousand dollars worth of securities held In trust hero by Back Tux Assessor William Riley Taxes on the total of 1000000 will amount to about ninety thousqnd dollars t OLD ASHLAND DISTRICT Candidate Will to Succeed Congressman South Trimble Frankfort Ky 1Tho demo cratic committee of the old Ashland district a convention to select the party nominee to succeed Congressmdn South Trimble the ventlon to be held here on July 12 next W Kimball of Fayette and W H Swope of Owen county are an nounced as candidates It thought each of the nine counties In the dls trlct will a candidate 4 Oeta q rrfot J Easy said but hojw We sell coal aid give coal advice Advice is cheap bit coal costs money Why not then biy that superior quality we deal in It goes farther costs no more and heats tter If that isnt an inducement ere isnt any Weve told our story and up to you to buy coal of us and save money + + t and t Js to a + i j ift ii But directed Westrupb Walsh Be Named June delegate H Is presn J A Terrif tc Storm Louisville Ky aune 1A terrific rain and wInd sto mis which passed over Louisville Th rsday did damage 00 In the down town district by blowing In of plate glass window damage to roofs the wetting of cos iy fabrics and the flooding of basements The wind reached a velocity of 52 miles an hour and half an Inch of rain fell In the first seven minutes ot the storm The wind came from the wes and Its full fury was felt on the rit r Almost every boat was blown loise and some had narrow escapes Serious damage was done to the Boull am The passen gers on the ferry b at City of Jeffer sonville received a terrific fright the boat being blown out Into the middle of the channel and onto some rocks at the head of the fall The p were rescued an hour later but boat Itself Is a dry the of Cincinnati with a large passengers aboard ready to leave for Cincinnati also had In exciting exper She was blown loose but sus tained no damag j be and breaking her railingsIJosephs cl urcl at the corner of Webster and Washington streets was struck by lightning nd damaged as was the St Lou Bptrand school at the corner of Sixth Chairman Taggkrts Appointments Indianapolis Iial Ji no IThe mem borsof the tteo of the dem ocratic national jcommittce appointed by Chairman Taf gar to assist in tho democratic camp Ign are as follows Jli Guffy Pennuylvr nia R 11 John son T 3xas J Taylor Jlllson Virginia Uroy Woodson lyenti cly Roger Su1 livan Illinois TI tot y E Ryan John T Mc raw West Vlrr glnla American Meat All Right Liverpool June M a meeting of the municipal health board It was stated that samples fj Chicago and other caned meat were submitted weekly bacteriological examination with tliresJllt that no ground for apprehension had been die covered Military Academy Bill Passed Washington Juno 1 Just before adjournment of the senate Senator Scott called up and hall pas ed the military academy appropriatloi bill No ob jections were raised ag Inst any of the committee amendment The bill car ries 1069427 Celebrating lnt Cuba Havana June 1Twelve penan were wounded at Clcafugos by the premature explosion ol fire works at the celebration of Alfonsos wed ding A banquet wash ld In honor of the royal wetUUric Full Weight COAL oK Ji Is a mighty comforting thing to have tobuyusbecauseevery ton bargained for gradofe interest to buy here Give us that next order and make sure you get the best r tit June called THE REPORT ON BILL IT WILL BE ON A BASIS OF THE FORAKER AMENDMENT Which Provides That the People of Arizona and Mexico May Vote on Joint Statehood June 1The republican house stated that the on the statehood bill Friday or at tho latest Saturday rhls report will be an agreement on the basis of the Foraker amendment of a year ago which pro vides the people of Arizona and Xew Mexico lay vote on the question of joint statehood at a regular eiec lon held for the purpose of electing a delegate to congress The amend ment is to be reported exactly as was Introduced year ago Mr For aker In the senate At Thursdays session of the con ference it was agreed that Guthrie should be made the new capital of the state of until 1915 cer tain restrictions as to the amount of money which may be expended prior- to that date At that time a vote is to be taken for the selection of a qapital site ARMY APPROPRIATION BILL Conferees Came to Complete Agreement and Report Will Be Made Washington Tune lConferees on the army twine to a complete agreement and the report will be made to tho house and senate The senate receded from Its amendment giving the grade of major gen oral to brigadier generals on the ac tary cable from Key West to Guantan amo Cuba and thence to the zone was stricken outtThe transport amendment was agreed to It forbids the use of the vessoljs except for army purposes regular soldiers In maneuvers and ux erchses with the state militia was agreed to- STANDARD BEET SUGAR CO Petition Flied Asking That It Be De Glared a Bankrupt Omaha Neb June 1A petition was filed in the federal court asking that the Standard Beet Sugar Co be declared bankrupt On May 8 W H Ferguson of Lincoln was appointed receiver for the company and the petitioners claim since then steps havebeen taken to give certain credl Will Capture Your Trade 4r jf f Gv teo3If you give us but a single order We speak from experience There isnt one you can to who buys coal from us but will recommend coal sold respectNeerui service Fine record isnt itj Add your name to the list and buy our coal hereafter + 1 it Warm Weather- Coal Ought the IiI IJ + have bought the transfer business of Mr Allen and will continue the +business When you have any hauling to do telephone eLur t I PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS lit I ti Li PAY CASH rt t r I M Hili JONES iJif1IiIr1 fii tinfZ11XI i+J ift JWAS NOT GUILTY Crime Court Finds died contrary Hall approximating50 high theI fence Catherine snbcjirvni Wisconsin American King STATEHOOD New vaShlngtotl that Oklahoma with alproprlaUontJU1 1arandcanal appropriatIng that We tors preference the matter of payments The petition is filed on the part of number of arniers who furnished beets to factory and the Union Pacific Rail ay Co which holds claims for freight The Standard is one of the largest beet sugar concerns In the west KNOX INDEMNITY BILL Passed in the Senate After Which an Executive Session Was Held Washington June 1The senate passed the Knox indemnity bill and the omnibus lighthouse bill and with practically no debate passed the military academy bill and was only prevented from passing the employers liability bill by motion at to ma into i t i + T 7 to I be BEST HAULINGI tt f i v f J 1 I i con he d St s for r I e It a by in a t ie a 2 0 m a executive session Most of the after noon was devoted to consideration in executive session of the nomination of Judge James Wlckersham to be judge of the United States circuit court for the district of Alaska but he was not confirmed After the Steel Corporation Washington June 1 Representative Garner of Texas Introduced a resolu comIabroad of Iron and steel products also StatesSteelother corporations violation of the Sherman anti rust law Subscribe for Tie Sun 100 year Four Were Splllfed Lexington Ky May 31WhDe re turning to this city Wednesday mom Ing In an utomoblle Albert Brent Hughes Bronston Lewis Brown and Guy Warren all received more or 1e serious Injuries The machine wasrrunning at a high rate of speed whenisome bf the machinery broke and threw the car onto the railway trades dumping all of the passengers Made Noose of Hls Shirt LIFosterIiwas arrested on a charge of forgery was found lifeless In a cell In the jail He made a rope of his shirt tiled t t around his neck and when discovered looked as If he had seated himself or the floor and fallen asleest THIS IS SUNSHINEupc DAYMThroughout the Entire United Statesfree t Don t failPACKAGEto c i OF numberSUNSilINEfinishesof those SHES 4JSETOFivisit who iSUNSIJINE Furniture our store and LIKNEWLIKEWOOD get a FIRST 25 LADIES CouponI VISITING OUR iISTOREi TODAY t ri EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREBSET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE r + HomeANDaMAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE For Sale by C J HAYDON t r J4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE f 1906 i SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday June 6 1906 tiISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAYI UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher iitered at the postoffice at Springfield iyt for transmission through the Malin as secondclass matter t TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One StooXonthaTkree Months 25 xu writing to have your address changed alwa give the poetof ice to which your paper a youItDEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSON COUNTX CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE AB a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party AS TO BOYCOTTINC A man met us on the street a few daysago and ordered his pa per discontinued saying I dont JustFa day or two before this another subscriber asked us to let up a little or altogether he add ed The first fellow pursued the right course if the paper was trying his soul too much he didright to get rid of it thereby relieving himself of all the sins The Sun is committing in mal ing a fight against whisky The second fellow pursued the wrong course and unlike the first fellow failed to get what he wanted Fighting Whisky is a sort ofa religion ofoursan undying principle an uncheckable determination This is the third time i we have fought saloons through newspaper and weare in position to know what to expect Some stopRthe paper and will threaten it with all kinds of dire disasters Some few will predict an early demise for itand a few others the weakest from a mental stand pointwill try t slurring it but these things will give usno bother and we will pursue the even ten or ofour way forgetting thatHin the world theres a man who would trip usl But there are many people on the whisky side of this controversy who grant The Sun the privelige ofexpress ion and who advise against any sort of a boycot Its an easy matter to discon ue a subscription to The Sun but to muzzle itthats a different proposition We ate always glad to listen to the advice of friends but we dont always heed be cause some times a dear good friend advises in the light of the way he sees things and he maybe looking through goggles co- loredred But to get back to this boycotting absurdity The young man who works in The Sun office told us a few days ago that a young fellow here in town told him that he the young fellow knew of three businessmen who were going to with draw their advertising patronage from The Sun because We are ad vo atvng local option Its hard for us to believe this for the simple reason that its ridiculous muchabsolutelylike taking your doll rags and going home too much like you shant slide down my cellar door etcits too babyfied But suppose there is a business man in Springfield or some fellow who thinks he is a business man who 1 will withdraw Mis advertising from The Sun for the reason stated above does he not admit by this that he doesnjt want to trade with local opt on peojple We thinks Tn if he doesnt want to trade with localoption people certain y he doesnt want local option pe pIe to trade with him That wou d be fair wouldnt To be surte that there is to be no misunde standing about at matter so important we suggest that all business men who Will quit The Suns advertising columns because of its localJoption ideas signify tneir intentions in writing We yill make he an nouncemeIit for them hrough fSthe in big bold lettersfre of charge Be postensOn the poster w will print some thing like this NOTICE LOCAL OPTION FANATICS From this date on I dont intend to trade with local option people and I dont want local op ion people to trade withme Blzznes If you want 3 put it a little stronger you migt haveudn em tof llow1 local option Pso pIe in the two j laces the words occur in the j bove suggested poster That m ght also make it sounda little n ore emphaticI might make fen feel that youI mean just what 3 ou said If you want 1 he Sun to assist you along these ines just noti readyandsee even toward our enemies But let us qu t jesting We are not prepared to treat seriously the tales we he areSome peo pIe may become retted at times andsay things but they dont really mean wha they sayjust atalkin thats all Whats the Use to become agry with your neighbor because he differs with you You can1 make him se your way by snaj ping your eye at him its m ghty hard to turn a mans tho ghts to Where your fountainhe d of knowledg gusbes out its str am lof wisdom if you undertake t ic task by bull dozing Its har to bluff a man into doing things hes opposed to its hard to make lim see a Curtain of Light when a a Pall of Blacknessis enveloping him During this local option con test both sidesshould guard their utterances ItVail right to pre sent your arguments in a forcible manner but its all wrong to be come abusive Suppose we al agree not become the aggressor in any quarrel if we do this and stick to it there will be n wounds to heal after the election In the beginning of this fight we stated our position clearly We said that under no circumstances would we become person aior fling mud but that we would make what we considered a clean fight for local option a clean hard fight arid this w intend to believing of course that we have the argument on our side Andright here let u say that unlessa big change takes place in the minds pf the voters localoption will sweep Washing toncounty from its four corners to the center We want to repeat arain yhat werhave often said in these col umns The Satin is not making this fight against the saloon men of Springfield but against the saloon We are pretty well ac quainted with three or four of these gentleme andwe feel sure that these of ourhcquaint ance would under no circum stances knowingly violate the law There is one saloon man in Springfield who is highly spoken of by all people he has friends strong friends amoig all classes and whenever his name is men tioned in a crowd sarnebody al ways has a kind vord for him We are informed that this gen tleman upon more han one occasion has said that he would like to quit the saloon business Now lets conduct this fight along decent lines and let us not get woolenheaded for neer a man takejth himself to the woods at agrovl LINCOLNS REMARKABLE MEMORY In an issue of The Sun of two or three weeks ago we stated that evidence was being gathered to prove that Abraham Lincoln was born in Washington county The ceptlOnst Lincoln was born in LaRue couin y because ncolnsays so Now we have always admitted that Lincoln was a smart manone- of the brainiest this country eve- rproducedbut we refuse to believe that he could remember the it happened that bleak February day in the year 1809 This reminds us ofa story A court was endeavoring to locate the birth JonesIJohnnie t was over near Owl Roost postoffice on the headwaters of Turtle creek in he western end of the county The court believed John nie was mistaken and called in the old doctor vho was present when Johnnie Jones took his place among the naughts in the sum of life 1Johnnietwas there answered the doctor he was born up inthe east ern section of the county near Coon Hill church Well the ddold fools exclaimed John nie right put in open court was also thereand I know where of I speak But the court decided thisrpoint andjse it to jdlor con temptGandidlydo you believe Lin con even ivith his Wonderful in tellect could have remembered that great event in American Isis tory when little Abe spewed on the bedtickt way back yander February T2 1809 SALOONe Somebody said to us a few days ago that Abraham Lincoln was an donteknow where or how this fact was unearthed unless it was found in some of the whisky literature e which is being scattered over this county It is true that Mr Lin coln for awhile tried to combat the liquor power by the force 6 moralsuasion but he oon real zed that the seller as well as the drunkard must be dealt with The following is one of th many strong utterances Mr Lin- coIn delivered agains the saloon This legalized liquor traffic as carried on in the saloons and grogshops civilizationogreatest foe the most blighting cnrse that has ever found a home in our modern civilization and this is th reason I am a political prohibitionist Prohibition brings the desired result It suppresses the salon s bylaw By licensing the saloon we feed withone hand the fires of appetite we are striving to quench with the others continueselet us know that this war is all our own both sides of ituntil this guilty co nivance of our own actions shall be wits drawn I am a prohibitionist because Dr jRESIDENT Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield L Ky Office In Hagon flock up stairs 1Justthe next great work before us is the prohibition of the liquor traf fie iri the States and Territories New Cure for Epilepsy J B Waterman of Watertown Rural free delivery writes My ter afflicted for ears with epilepsy 0jcured by Dr Kings New Life She has not had an attack for over years Best body cleansers and life giving tonic pills on earth 25c at C j Haydons drug store Senator Gorman Dead Senator Arthur Pue Gorman passed in practijcallymany adversities to an eminence which commanded the respect of men of all political parties He was recognized asa masterful political leader an able manIit is generally that his death loaves a big gap in the United States Senate He held many subc ore inate positions in Washington and tht y proved steppingstones to a power such as few other men in American life have wieldedILong Tennessee fightcFor twenty jears W L Rawls ofc Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The qwelljng and soreness in side my nose wasfearful till I began applying Bucklehs Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to return Best salve in existence 25c at C J Haydon druggistI Commissioners Sale Monday June 25 1906 W E Selecman Etc Plaintiffs vs Coleman Stigall D fendantsI By virtue of a and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the MayJune term 1906 fin the above styled cause for the sum 1272 at the rate of six per centum perannum from the 18th day of April 1905 until paid I shanI proceed to offer for sale at the Court House door in Springfield Ky on MonI meor publicthe following described property towit or a sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made Two tract of land on the waters of Kyesouth by Linsolns Ruu turnpike on west by dirt road and W T Stigall to BeecheAmount to be raised Debt and interest 121345 Cost etc 4500 Amount 125845 For the purchase price the porchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal itereat from date of sale until paid and having the force and egect a tohAL G LEACHMAN M C W C C Low Price Sale A great reduction sale has been inaugurated by Shrager Bros Thia is done for the purpose of clearing our ot an immense line of goods we now have houseI 1buyI I1 Mens Suits 2 and III All other articles in our house will be sold equally as low as these You will only have to investigate to find that we are almost giving goods aw- aySIIRAGER BROS I qi Ix a 6- I r The Big Stor- esC1earance T k I 6 rand11 I I Sale I Of all Spring g A Summer Goods 30000 worth of Seasonable and First class merchandise at amazingly low prices for next 30 days Dont miss this chance to get the greatest bargains of the Season W are slashing prices in every department We have also andOddsplainfiguresthe many bargains which we are offering in this sale Nothing charged at the prices quoted in this ad 4c rBest 5c Fast Color Lawns 4c Good Apron Ginghamsi 5c countYard 7 12 Dress Goods t t fib 7- S l I I N 4 3S inch all wool yoile in colors 75c value 39c yard 36 inch all wool grey dress goods regular 5Qc grade 38c 36 inch cold mohairs 60c value 40c 36 inch all wool black and whjte check 65c Quality 48c 36 inch half wool voiles regular 30c grade 15c Danish cloth in black and colors 14c White GoodsI200 ards White Stripe Madras suitable for Mens Shirts Ladies Underwear and Childrens Dresses regular price of which is 12c yard we offer to close out the lot or t e absured price of 7 lAc Ask to see our line of India Linens and Persian Lawns Table Linens Napkins and Towels dt COST for Fridays and Saturdays of each week of this sale I I Clothing Bargains I seeninI two of a kind which we consider as remnants and offer same at PRICE All in good condition and good style tBargainJ in Mens Shirts We can not mention all the Bar offering but invite you to call and we will lads show inII Robertson Bros THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 10 I50c1 I I READYTOWEARS Ii i MRS WILLIAMS I am selling many f ihss Hits belojv cost Local News Notes find youSpecialpaper at Cunningham Duncans Judge I H Thurman will speak atVof Mt Zion next Sunday afternoon at 3 littleoclock in the interest of local option I A meeting of the citizens of Spring field will be held in the court house Thursday evening for the purpose of organizing a commercialclub A Important Notice Are your chickens was sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay askrat your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drug stores Riley Voudort porch shades for saleTat Cunningham Duncans There will be services at the Spring field Baptist church on next Sunday The pastors topics will be Glorifying Christ and The Conversion of the Apostle Paul There will also be special prayer meeting on Friday SpdiallyI Mrs Elizabeth Ann Stephenson one of Mercer countys most cultured and influential women died at her home i Harrodsburg Monday morning after lingering illness She was seventysSu years of age and the ex Senator W W StephensonEd Room rugs in Axminster Brussells and ingrains at greatly reduced prices at Cunningham Duncans NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERSR 411 44 is sold under a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded his STRAY CowI took up as an estray 1 my farm on Mackville and Willis burg pike 1J miles from Willisburg He May 28 a black cow Good milker for Owner may have her by paying for this notice and her keep J E Noel and Route 1 Mackville Kyssat EXAMINATIONS On July 21 an examination of applicants for appoint went to the State College of Kentucky will be held at the same time tif th white teachers examination Benefici i aries are those persons between th ages of fourteen and twentyfour whof are by law selected to represent the rMrs respective counties in the Agricultu ralof and Mechanical College Beneficiari- receive traveling expenses and are ex empted from all charges for matriculation room rent in dbrmitories s fuel and lights provided they remain at the College one collegiate year or ten consecutive months Persons con x templating entering college will find the State College the strongest scho in Kentucky An appointee saves fifty dollars annually in the cost of 0 bon etc J W Bush Supt Com Schools oooooooooooon1o ills A Millinery Clearance Sale At the Knott Cos during the next few days you can buy hats almost at your own price We are up the seaso business eO e e e e e eo- Qe eQQQQQeQQ QeQeQeQ i Lost FIVE DOLLARS I lost kon the streets of Spring eld Tuesday If you it and will bring it to me I will have r picture printed and labeled lionFa Of course I have made arrangements to get along without this with put when I think about the number pairs of socks it would buy I feel a blue over the situationtoS MAYESJR- HARDESTY with land good rain fell here last weekwhichviS much needed Several from Here attended the deco TaMissesDrury attended the burial of Edgar neice Sunday morning Mr Ed Scott returned home from Lebanon Friday where he has been ter attending school Miss Anderson of Springfield spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs S P Mrs Cheser Mr J S Yankey was in our vicinity days businesst were in ringfield one day last week on busi one Miss Alma Alford of Mercer county daSaturday grands days nday t Messrs Thurman Cheser Will and Gray attended the picnic on 1schoolPRATHERS CREEKra Mrlv S Christerson of near Stew artIY who is nearly eightyfive years old was here fast week visiting son He rode a distance of nin miles on horseback He is a pleasan talker and while here related some ir teresting stories about the olden time says in younger days he made 12J cts per hundred and at this price had money to buy plenty of clothes a good time Mr Christerson is people in those days were better that the old log church houses were always filled with devout Christians on Sundays and during protracted meet ings His visit here was much enjoyed is oef the Days of the Long Ago and we bee to long to Mattie Mays who has been ii appendicitis is improving t esFarmers in this section have been yery busy during the past week setting tobaccon Mr J D Yankey was here last week buying mules CARDWELL L ofMessrs Grover Brown and Stanley guestuiass Miss Nettie Gardner and sister of Frankfort visited relatives and friends here last week Several from here attended court at Harrodsburg Monday Miss Laura Demaree of Nelson cow n ty will visit Miss Hester Nuby for a few days S G Kays of Salvisa was here Sa day Mrs Ada Tatum and daughter Ber nice of Harrodsburg visited friends here the first of the week W H Littrell who has been side for several days is better at this writing Mr E M Royalty is in Lexington this week Everybody wants to hear Jddge Thurman lecture in this end of the cnunty as soon as possible We have been dry at this place for forty years and we beg to remain dry and will vote that way Sates Sanders Norton Coreceiveda car load of lambs Tuesday at GJcts and a load of ewes at from 1 to 3jcts Graham Perkins sold two nice horses at Harrodsburg Monday also some at Lawrenceburg last week Holiday Brown sold some cows to Sanders Co at 22 cents Dee Baker sold two heifers to San ders Co for 43 H J Brown sold seventeen lambs that averaged 89 pounds at 65 cents paysISas they have sold several horses since their ad appeared in The Suns column The Sun and the Louisville Daily Herald both papers 2one year oaoD apooaaQaol0 Personal Notes f Visitors In and Out of TownA fit Round Up of the Weeks Personal News aeaeaepoeoaeaeaeaeoe Miss Isabell Medley is visiting rela tives in Owensboro Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon was here Monday on business Mr J W Lewis was in Louisville Tuesday on business Mr Tommie Hamilton and Miss Smith were in Lebanon Monday Mrs Joe Shader spent Monday Mrs Spalding of Lebanon Miss Stella Simms is the guest of sister Mrs Pius Whalen of Bards Mrs Mary Ragsdale spent Tuesday her sister Mrs W H Cleave of Lebanon Dr J H Rodman of Louisville is at the home of Judge IH Thurman Mr and Mrs Lev Brown were in the fist of the week They accompanied home by their little Nellie Ruby Riedel Mrs Ella Montgomery and daugh Myrtle spent Sunday with her mother at Bardstown Miss Mattie Begley is the guest of Ella Montgomery this week Miss Mary Brown spent several in Louisville last week Capt PR Bright was in Lebanon day last week Mr Charley Haydon and Miss Cecelia Simms were in Bardstown Sun Mr G E Medley spent several with his family at this place = Misses Sarah Simms and Margaret Spalding are the guests of Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown iDr J B RoBards and wife have rned from a visit to friends at Har Miss Mary Hamilton of Frederick town was here Monday Catlettseburg on business Mr Hood Cunningham spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville atsthis place Mr R H Mullican of Frankfort at home for a few days Miss Mary GJgason spent Sunday in Louisville i Mrs Pius Whalen of Bardstown visiting her parents Mr and Mrs Ben F Simms at this place Mrs Mag Hamilton has returned her home at Covington after a visit Mrs Mat Mayesw1Miss Annie Wakefield leas returned o her home after a visit to relatives and friends hire Mr Nat Curry of Harrodsburg spent Friday and Saturday here Mr Fred Spalding and MissJulia Stocker of Bardstown spent Sunday with friends here Mr Gwin Marks and Miss Lydia Mc Elroy spent Sunday in Bardstown Mr George Robertson was in Bards town Sunday Dr Edd Mudd of Howardstown visited his mother Mrs T C Mudd at this placefas in Louisvi Mr McClure and gth SPEUALPRICESI ON CARPETS WALL PAPER and LACE CURTAINS We are overstocked on Axminister Velvet and Brussells Carpets and Art Squares and will make the lowest prices ever made on these goods r A Jay 1 4 LACE Web stockof Lace Cur twins and in addition have just bought 105 pair to be delivered at once in Nottinghan Cable Cord Net etc and will be sold at half the regular price Dont fail to inspect thesecurtains when we put them on sale rMr T D Wells was in Lebanon Tuesdaj on business i Mr J F Simms was in Lebanon Monday Mr Maury Durrett spent a few days with friends and relatives in Bloomfield b essrs Harry Shujtz and Jessie Harnl were in Maud Sunday Miss Eddie Shader Spent Sunday in Lebanon Mrs Lum Abel and children of Lebanon were hire Monday Mrs Lizzie Durrett is visiting friends at and Louisville Miss Annie Glaybrooke is visiting her sister Mrs John Offutt of Bloomfield Drs John Shaunty of Danville and Tuesday in town Miss Myrtle Catlett who has been sick for several days is back at her work w- Its Sellin OUR DRINKS ARE QTHE- IISSOZOKOLAREFRESFIING Great Clothing Sale For ono Month CURTAINS spente RI Our stock of Clothing is complete 1tlJ eluding the newest things in Gray 3 suits and Blue and Gray coat and pants suits also a full of Youths and Chit suitsFor thene t month we wilt make especially low prices on this WallPaper Our stock of Wall Patfer is too large lor this season of the year and we are offering it for 13less than regular price l250 Paper 18c 14c20C I5C 1 Oc 2I2IoC74 5c If you need paper now is your oppor tunity to buy cheaper than ever DRY GOODS ETC We also wish to call your attention to our immense stock of Dry Goods Furnishing Shoes etc that we are offeringIat lower prices than can be bought else Call and see usbefore making your purchaseI Cunningham Duncan 0t l I Shepherdsville r Myrtle Bessie and Pearl JMissesand Lillie Simms were in Mr G Hall of Louisville was here one day last week in the in terest of the telephone MisS May Cambron of Frederick town was here Tuesday Mr Lum of Meade county is visiting at this place Mr Will iihd Miss Jennie were in Leba SnndayI Mrs John Searcy and daughter Louise left Tuesday r Dalhard Tex where they willmake their future home Messrs Albert arid Haldine Campbell left Sunday for Indianapolis where they will accept positions Dr I W Hyatt was in Louisville Tuesday on business Miss Margaret McChord has re turned from Louisville where she has been attending school Mr Moss was in Louisville last week Herman Mudd and Charley i Haydon Misses Cecelia Simms and Ed die Shader attended the play at Lebanon the 31st k Mrs J R Mayes and children left last Thusday morning for Frankfort where they will reside Mr havin secured a position as guard at the penitentiary M ofICampbellsville were in Springfield Monday 1 Miss May Cambron has returned to her home at Fredencktown aftea staying two years with Miss Settle Craycroft at this place Hon W CMcChord will speak at next Saturday afternoon at 3 O dock The address will be delivered before the A S of E Local at that place T1 TTT TliLTT Down the road as far as Lebanon Junction Up the road as far as Junction City Over as far as G eensburg s Out at Bradfordsville II At Springfield v And yet we will bet that there are some people here who have put their hands in their pock ets and pulled out that old nickle onehalf thinking tlfey would buy a bottle butiput it back without doing so Spend that nickel and if we get we will put it in circulation Theres aBarrelof Satisfaction in Every Bottle we Put Up BETTER THAN Craycroft n N Ii stock drens entire stock before Goods where George company relatives Hagan McCabe Messrs Mayes Fcnwick dozen times OUR DRINKS ARE lETTER THAN OTHERS RED ROCKNO DOPE NO ALCOHOL Ca bonated in Bottles 5c BRICKENBROS CO Lebanon Ky Sold Everywl1ere i i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1906 mk 1 1 jl gJ t lfrJ11 1 0 0 p Graustark Beverly oft i i i =I r t f i Ir r z 4rr = J1 a HE CHAPTER was torn by XVllIThat Itlons surreptitiously exchanged es doubtless by an arrangement perfected since be had en tered the servIcepossibly within the week could not be disputed When and how had they planned the acci dental meeting What had been their method of communication And above all what were the contents of the messages exchanged Were they of a purely personal nature or did they comprehend Injury to the principality of Graustark Beverly could not In her heart feel that Baldos was doing any thing Inimical to the country he served and yet her duty and loyalty to Yetlve made It Imperative that the transac tion should be reported at once A word to Qulnhox and Ravone would be seized and searched for the mysterlous paper This however looked utterly unreasonable for the vagabonds were armed and In force while Yetlve was accompanied by but three men who could be depended upon Baldos un der the conditions was not to be reckoned upon for support On the other hand If he meant no harm It would be cruel even fatal to expose him to this charge of duplicity And while she turned these troublesome alternatives over In her mind the opportunity to act was lost Ravone and his men were gone and the harm If any was Intended was done From time to time she glanced back at the guard His face was Imperturb able even sphinxlike In Its steadiness She decided to hold him personally to account At the earliest available mo meat she would demand an explana Lion of his conduct threatening him If necessary If he proved obdurate there was but one course left open to her She would deliver him up to the jus tice he had outraged Hour after hour went by and Beverly suffered more than she could have told The dam age was done and the chance to undo It was slipping farther and farther out 7 of her grasp She began to look upon herself as the vilest of traitors There was no silver among the clouds that marred her thoughts that afternoon It was late in the day when the party returned to the castle tired out Bev erly was the only one who had no long Ing to seek repose after the fatiguing trip Her mind was fun of unrest It was necessary to question Baldos at once There could be no peace for her until she learned the truth from him The strain became so great that at last she sent word for him to attend her In the park He was to accompany the men who carried the sedan chair In which she had learned to sit with a de lightful feeling of being In the eight eenth century- In a far corner of the grounds now gray in the early dusk Beverly bade the bearers to set down her chair and leave her In quiet for a few minutes The two men withdrew to a respectful + distance whereupon she called Baldos to her side Her face was flushed with anxiety You must tell me the truth about that transaction with Ravonb she said coming straight to the point- I was expecting this your highness said he quietly The shadows of night were falling but she could distinguish the look of anxiety In his dark eyes Well she insisted impatiently You saw the notes exchanged Yes yes and I command you to tell me what they contained It was the most daring thing IYour highness I cannot tell you what passed between us It would be treacherous he said firmly Beverly gasped In sheer amazement Treacherous Good heaven sir To whom do you owe allegianceto me or to Ravone and that band of tramps she cried with eyes afire To both your highness he an swered so fairly that she was for the moment abashedHI am loyal to you loyal to the hearts coreand yet I am loyal to that unhappy band of tramps as you choose to call them They are w my friends You are only my sover eign And you wont tell me what passed bythIsI cannot and be true to myself Oh you are a glorious soldier she exclaimed with fierce sarcasm In her voice You speak of being true I surprise you In the very act of Stay your highness he said cold ly Yon are about to call me a spy and a traitor Spare mfc I Implore you that humiliation I have sworn to serve you faithfully and loyally I have not deceived you and I shall not Paul Baldos has wronged no man no wom an What passed between Ravone and myself concerns us only It had nothing to do with the affairs of Grau stark Of course you would say that You wouldnt be fool enough to tell the truth cried she hotly I am the fool have trusted you and If any thing goes wrong I alone am to blame for exposing poor Graustark to danger OhwhY didnt I cry out this after noonr 1 knew you would not he said With cool unconcern byvJr i R l Ya j i ff fj GEORGE BARR 1 Pa MGUTGHEON i Author of Grauztuk Goe7lalt 6r t r 0 ii i f 1 r she cried in contusion Ithat your heart you knew I was doing wrong You shielded me then as you have shielded me from the begin Wing I dont see why I sit here and let you talk to me like that she said feel Ing the symptoms of collapse You have not been fair with me Baldos You are laughing at me now and call Ing me a witless little fool Youyou dldsomethiug today that shakes my faith to the very bottom I never can trust you again Good heaven I hate to confess toto every one that you are not honestYour ssf he implored com big close to thechair and bending over her Before od I nm honest with you Believe me when I have done notll Ig to Injure GrnustnrkI I cannot tell rou what It was that passed between Ua one and mer but I swear on my scjul that I have not been disloyal to my oath Wont you trust met Wont you believe His breath was fanning her ear his voice was eager She nu1 feel tile intensity ot his eyes saytoso wrought up with fear rind disap pointment Youll admit that It was very suspicious wont you she crIed almostpleadinglyYes answered His hand touched her arm perhaps uuc nscious givehimand after a moment both were full of pleading Her lips parted but the Words would not come She was afterward more than thankful for this because his eyes Impelled her to give voice to amazing things that suddenly rushed to her head I want to believe you she whis pered softly You must you do I would give you my life Yfiu have it now tIsIn your keeping nd with It my honor Trust me I bes ich you I have trust ed you I brought you here she began de fending him Inv luntarlly But Bah dos you forget that I am the princess She drew away In sudden shy ness her cheeks rosy once more her dlstrcsslnglylui1rensonnble seeme ours heard the sbarp catch of his breath and felt the repression that was inns tering some unwelcome emotion In him Lights were springing Into existence In all parts of the park Beverly saw the solitary window in the monastery fqr away and her eyes fastened on It as If for sustenance In this crisis of her life this moment of surprise this moment when she felt him laying hands upon the heart she had not suspected of treason Twilight was upon them the sun had set and night was rush theforcesgllng The orchestra in the castle wns playing something soft and tender j oh so far away- I forget that I am a slave your highness he said at last and his voice thrilled her through and through She turned quickly and to her utter dis may found his face and eyes still close to hers glowing in the darkness Those men over there she wills pefed helplessly they are looking at you Now I thank God eternally he cried softly You do not punish me you do notjrebuke me God there Is no night You you must not talk like that she cried pulling herself together sull denly I cannot permit It Baldos You forget who you are sir Ah yes your highness he said be fore he stood erect I forget that I was a BU8i eeicd traitor Now 1 am guilty of leze hiujesty Beverly felt herself grow hot with confusion What am I to do with ou1 she cried In perplexity her heart boating shamefully You swear you are lion est and yet you wont tell me the tmthNow dont stand like Hint You are as straight us a raturoduul I know your dignity is terribly ofTemlel I may be foolish but I do believe you Intend no harm to Graustark You cannot be a traitor I will some tiny give my life to re I1lgbncsson the side of the chair Something Warm touched It and then It was lifted reslstlessl lot passionate lips burned themselves Into the white fin gers and aglow went Into every fiber of here body V0h was nil she could sa IIcMgently released the hand and threw up his chin resolutely hI am almost ready to die he said She laughed for the first time since they entered the park I dont know how to treat you she said In a helpless flutter You know a princess lias many trials In life Not the least of which Is woman hood Baldos she said after a long pause Something very disagreeable had just rushed Into her brain Have you been forgetting all this time that the Princess Yotlve Is the wife of Grenfallp Lorry It max newer left my mint for an Instant From the bottom of my heart I congratulate him His wife is an angel as well as a princess Yell in the code of morals is It quite proper to be so loyal to another mans wife she asked and then she trembled He was supposed to know her as the wife of Grenfall Lorry and yet he had boldly shown his love for her It depends altogether on the other mans wife he said and she looked up quickly It was too dark to see his face but something told her to press the point no further Deep down In her heart she was beginning to re joice In the belief that he had fount her out tf he still believed her to bo the real princess then hewasbut the subject of conversation at least had to be changed You say your message to Ravone was of a purely personal naturc she sold Yes your highness She did not like the way In which he said your highness It sounded as If he meant It How did you know that you were to see him today We have waited for this opportunity since last week tfranz was In the cas tle grounds last Thursday Good heavens You dont mean It Yes your highness He earned a message to me from Ravone That Is dT Here la what Ravens says why Ravone and the others waited lor me In the hills You amaze me1 I have seen Franz often he con fessed easily He Is an excellent messenger So It would seem We must keep a lookout for him He Is the gobe tween for you all I see Did you learn to say you all la America he asked Her heart gave a great leap There was something so subtle In the query that she was vastly relieved Never mind about that sir You wont tell me what you said In your note to Ravoue II cannot he gave you one In return If you are perfectly sincere Baldos you will hand that note over to me It shall go no further l swear to you If as you vow It does not jeopardize Graustark Now sir prove your loy alty and your honesty He hesitated for a long time then from nu inner pocket he drew forth a b fofpnper I dont see why It has not been destroyed he said regretfully What a neglectful fool I have been You might have said It had been de stroyed she said happy because he had not said it But that would have been a lie Head It your highness and return It to me It must be destroyed It Is too dark to read It here Without a word he handed the paper to her and called the chair bearers to whom he gave Instructions that brought her speedily beneath one of the park tamps She afterward recalled the guilty im pulse which forced her to sit on the telltale note while the men were carry ing her along In ithe driveway When It was quite saf she slyly opened the missive Ills Imnd closed over hers and the note nrd he bent close once more My only fear Is that the test will make It Impossible for me to kiss your hand again said he In a strained voice She looked up In surprise Then itS really something disloy al I have called It a test your high ness he respond d enigmatically Well well see sjie said and forth with turned her yes to the all Impor tant paper A quick flash crossed her brow her eyes blinked hopelessly The note was written n the Graustark lan gunge Ill read It late Baldos This is no place for me to b reading notes dont you know really it isut Ill give It back to you tomorrow she was In haste to say An Inscrutable mIle came over his face Ravones Information is correct I slowlyPraYnow that I may destroy it at once he persisted The light Isnt good It seems excellent And I never saw such n miserable scrawl as this He must hnve written It on horseback and at full gallop It Is quite legible your highness I really cannot rend the stuff You know his handwriting Read lit to me Ifll trust you to read It carefully highnessbutHere is what Ravone says Wo have fresh proof that she Is not the princess but the American girl Be exceedingly careful that she does not lead you Into any admissions The Americans are tricky Have little to say to her and wellandContinued next week T Dr W FTrusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELlb KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber B D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident IOld ATassaclmsettB Mutual always reliable best dividendpaying In the world Your insurance solicited HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 7 to 9 a mOFFICE HOURS 4 to8 p m DR J H LAMPTON DR JC MUDD LAMPION MUDD SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICE J 8 Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M Dr J H Hopper SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Hagan BlockUp stairs Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLA ADAMSj TELEPHONES Day 49 00 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky 11 wil practice in the courts of Washington counties In the Courtof Appeals and Federal Courts C CMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice In all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky AWjll practice in the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and in the courts or Appeals w EVSELECMAN Will practice In the courts of Washington and adjoining counties and n court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER t Springfield Ky BuildingWillpractice Washington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEERSpringfield Crying of public sales a specialty go anywhere Terms reasonable Phone NOTARY PUBIC ON MAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store ContractsAllbeen in the littslnefRfor thirtyflveycarH THOS J Graves OOOQCXXXXXOOOCXX3dCX OOOOCX3- 0p MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY NURSE I Phones Day 89 lllght 06 0 XX5OOGOOOOCK OOOOpOOOOOC OO OOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOC- X M Tumey bLo RiloyJr O TUMEY RILEY 8 LIVERY FEED AND SALE STABLE Springfield Ky Nice Outfits For Traveling Men TnoNK o ooooooI 11 11 m I WANTED=== = To know if there is anybody who does notiknow that the SPRINGFIELD LUMBER CO carries a complete line of everything you need when you do any new building or repairing For instance Cement of all Kinds Roofing of all Kinds EBrick and lime 1 Fly Screens and Screenings 1 FramesIRough and Finished Lumber Anything in the building line in is our stock Springfield Lumber Co it 1 tand N Railroad Tithe Table i DailyIncoming Arrives at Springfield 8J25 p ni 1240 m 705 p m Arrives at Bardstown 7i35 111ooa m 552uArrives at Bardstown Junctn 650u U 502ULeaves Louisville 600iC J 730U 410u cj DailyOutgoing Leaves Springfield 525 a ID 715 a m 100 p m Leaves Bardstown m m 617 8OU 220ULeaves Bardstown Junctn 703 r U 845U 410 p m Arrives at Louisville 755U 935545p m THE SUN AND Both pa pens yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournalm 150 Weekly Louisville Herald 125 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer mou 175 Weekly Atlanta 17- SemiWeekly St LOuis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWeek New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 American Agriculturist 175 American Epitomistmm 150 American Farmer m 150 Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Firesidemm 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Review of Reviews 325 L ts Magazine 285 Scnbners Magazine mm 400 Ledger Monthly ml75H- arpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South 150 CLUBBING RATES- LOUISVILLE WITH DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville Times One yenr5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier- Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including Sundaym 8 20 The Sun and the daUy Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 70 The Sun one year and the daily 1daysThe Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville daily Heijald one year 3 00 The Sun and the Louisville Evening Post one year 4 00 OO OOOOOOOOOO- I TilE FIRST I National Bank s OF SPRINGFIELD KENT UCKY o I CAPITAL 50000 D Surplus and Undivided a Profits 25000 O OFFICERS I B L Lltsey President S John W Lewis VicePresident r A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Ass Cashier Q R E Foster Bookkeeper l DIRECTORS B L Lltsey J W LewisDZ 2SU We grant every favor consistent haveOD I bank we invite your patronage g Q Q QQQ Q QQQ 101 10OQoo li oooaTHE- O a i Chaplin Water- Power f O 0 Roller Mills i MAKES THE a10 BEST FLOUR axaO0vIn Springfield and many 5 other sections of Washington o lal1 D B SUTHERLANDfto noO QIQQ QQQ Q Q ooooooooooo YOUNEEDIT SALVE CURES Youneedit Salve manufactured by Dr I1 J W Thomas Hodgenville Ky is one of the very few salves which absolutely cures piles As an evidence of its wonderful curative properties Dr Thomas now has on file in his office 1426 testimonials coming from people who have been cured or greatly benefited thepast year Thisis a new salve h been on the market about one Yearand the 1426 testimonials come as a result of the sale of 2646 boxes t For Sale By All Druggists DR J W THOMAS Hodgenville Ky 00000000000000000000000000 The Daily HeraldA- ND The Sun ONE YEAR 200 t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY U E61906 7 t + 4 + Ln + FarinsjH iSai e fliNo1 goodt47 acres 4J miles from Springfield well watered rwNo 3TO acres 6 miles from Springfield good dwilfing good + schoolhouse iL No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow 60 per acre g timberka Ltmile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price rper acre 15 J v No Br 205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling 3 to I timberiLgrassNo 7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered we lfenced whole farm tobacco land Seven miles from town Lt No 8128 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwelling and barn Price 20 per acre I+ timbertwoNo 10108acresseven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge t3750 per acre +11220 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike tNo timberaskoak hicko and poplar Church and school two barns two dwellings telephone in house well titwatered and plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre tit No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 13Anice cottage in Springfield Good barn with acre of + ground Cheap itt No 14150 acres seven miles from Sprintrfieid on good pike iL rwNo 1590 acres one good six room dwelling tobacco barn t stable well fenced good orchard well watered 25 acres fine to Lti + milesfrom X No 1G136 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 iLXNo1733 acres new two story six room dwelling barn tWo good wells an everlasting spring well fenced allin grass fine +tobacco land fine young Price 3000 I roomdwellingbottomland titNo 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nixie room Z stockbarns X springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 acresIIotheupieces of town property If you want a home in ZSeveral Ive got it at any price 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles ZNo Springfield Price 1000 f22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price Zbarn acre tB D Lake Springfield tT SsSSSSiSSSiSSiSm- r SSSiSSsSSsfSS H BUGGIES 1 HARNESS I HARDWARE But Its buggies that we want to say a few words thehandsomest Ienoughte line of all kinds of vehicles But if you want HARNESSCheap 2your Wants at satisfactory prices Z WELLS BROTHERS Daily Herald and Sun 2 Decided to Play- Strongest Card as the President in a Supreme Effort to Bring Beef Combine To Time New York June tiA Washington dispatch ia as follows President Roosevelt has docidefl to play his strongest card in a silo eme- fTort to bring the beef combine to time It was announced at the whit house Thursday night that he would- on Monday sond to congress the Noill Reynolds report on parking house eon ditions in Chicago accompanied wllh a message urging the immediate passage of the Bovojidge amendment to iho agricultural bill which provides for strict sanitary regulation of all meats and meat products therein produced Ho will Insist that the foes for this federal inspection shall be paid by tlie packers He will reject the substitute for the Beveridge amendment tvltic Chairman Wadsworth and members ol tile house agricultural committee have here working to frame and which they have announced will be satisfactory to inifment of the Beveridgo amendment into triardoral inspection and he will as a fur they coercive step send a second and morn sensational message t9 congress The possible second nesS ge trtl simply pile Pollon non Haan It wll put forth to the entire world the pre ideals belief that American packers fear u rleld govern m nt Inspection ot their products If the packers should still resist legislation or should raise constitutional points against the inspection the president plans to with draw from thom the government jin spection to which their meats are now subjected and without ths certifica tion of which these products can not gain admission to the foreign markets specially the German market The president realizes that this IP a sweeping and that he Is big stick more fie rrolj singlngIthe In his dministration of his power In the business of tie packers he believes that they will h Ye themsolvas to blame more than allione else 0 course the advice 1 tan to the packers and their friends in congress at tliis mdmentis Lie down remain perfectly stilt let tlt Beveridge bill pass sacs you will not be Injured lideclarationform of the administration If the conditions shown In the NeillReynohls report are true the Beveridge nmor d ment should become a law If th jy are not true the passage of the Ber fr idge amendment is the only thl 15 which will assure the American peojlc that they are not true Washington June i Representa lilyducalfor the B cridge meat n amendment to the agricultural bill Tn the senate The bill defines theau thority which may be vested in the secretary of agriculture and lifts th Authority so as not to conflict with the police powers of the state In a complishing the adequate Inspec with this restriction provision Is made whereby the secretary of agriculture may accept the inspectlon of state in spectors as to tho sanitary condition of stacking Houses Where opposition is made on the part of packers which would make the state Inspection inadequate the secretary of agricul ture is authorized to stop all meat products at state JJnesarllf male thorough Inspection Where the sta inspection is accepted by the secre tart the federal inspection In transit will not be made Certain labels an tags to denote the chararfer of tl slate InspftctToh ale prgvljlcd for use Mr Crumpacker believes that the Bevorldpe amendment In authorizing federal Inspection of packing houses is a violation Of the police powers of the state and that all of the rulinge sustain this position Edward Cudahy head of thg Cudatl y Parking Coof Omaha has written members of the Nebraska delegation In congress Dlotestlul against the Bcve Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy jAlmost e has need ofa reliable Ircmedy for colic or diaiea at some during thc year This remedy is recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and kno r its value It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people It has been prescribed by physicians With the most satisfactory resultsIt has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physicinsurrimoned It only costs a quarter Can you afford to risk so much for so little BUY IT NOW c Ulgp melt InIJ Jon amendment ihr agricultural appropriation Me ohjlcts to the provision rompelHn lneprclioijtic in even iMtrtiriiiar No appli atlon to hoard IlJnthe Reveridge ef Inspection amtndinl111- hns been made to the bonne committee on agriculture by the pckeis and nc meeting of the conimltPbu hen e rolled to consider that and other son agriculturalhhpropriatlon Members of tile house however ar tjrccdiving protests by wire against th e Inspection amendment from the cattle raisers and it has Uoctr suggested that if the packers are opposing the pioiij sition they are working through the enthe cost of the inspection ale a that a corps of government Inspectors would ultimately become political machine which adangerousI nipulated to the dlsa ar concerned Chicago June 1A Washington spe jcliff says that the inauguration ct f a sade to bring the Leaf trust to time Avas announced at the conclusion of a conference at the while house at which the following wore in attend slicehThe president Secretary of AgrI culture Wilson Commissioner of Corporations Garfield Senator Beveridge AYo vestigated the conditions at the Chi tuck yards Alonzo D Melvin chief of the bureau of animal lades y of the agricultural department and eorge P McCabo solicitor of the de partment of agriculture Attorney General Moody arrived at the white house near the close bf the conference 1turd was In consultation with the press dent on the same general subject Jslt1elablWashington from Norfolk and old Point Comfort over the stories of coni promise in the matter of meat Inspec lion and sanitary regulation of packing plants that had gained wide siren lotion during his brief absence Some of these stories bore the marks of au tlienUcity Now Mr Roosevelt Is on the eve of putting a proppsitlon up to congress with greater foirce than he ever has exercised over any question that has arisen in his whole admlnis tratlon The Issue is to be squarely drawn between the president leading the flight for drastic Inspection and reg illation of one of the greatest lulus tries in the country and those who are regarded as standing In the way of consummating the end sought In the interest of the powerful torpor lions massed under the name of the beef trust See in e friends of the type of legislation pro vidcd for in the ttoveHdpo bill do not ke to characterize It as a fight thrust upon tho president imp pectedly He had just seen the rate hill wnlch had taxed nil his nerelosS for several months pa stby bothI thofinale paring to devote his effort for the remainder of the session principally to Panama canal mutters when the cattle interests suddenly appeared on the scene to protest against the con cmductedpreSldent1was a ure intended to remedy existing stock yards evils which had geen presented by Senator Beveridge after consult authoritiesp a ew SEEPSKIN DENIED = u i Atot rtended UpsWill Bring rlSuit Lexington Ky May 31 College clr- e es were stirred here Wednesday n nen it became rknown that Miss Saw 1 argaret McGinnis daughter of 1a 1 cGinnfs of Danville Kone of th graduates of the select Campbell Hagerman college had been dettie- er dofdiploma by the faculty Iris sal that Miss McGinnis repeatedly violated the rules regarding dancing 811 is a member of one of the wealthiest and most nrtlatocratlc families of central Kentucky and during her eta v at the college has been the life of hara classmates When It became known that she was to be made to stiffer for her Indiscretion it cast a gloom ov the entire commencement exercises and the usual amount of gayety wjia lacking President B C Hagerman of tide college said the joung woman wlllfujly violated the rules Qf the college and that she had beets warned tlme and again that Unless there was a decided cluinge she would have to suffer the consequences Notwith standing these reneated warnings It s said the young woman continued to attend hoof and other amusements and dance with the young men and as a result she returned to her home fIt Danville mint her much cos et eela sheepskin Through Attorney David Hunter Miss McGinnis Wednesday night announced that she will files nil to compel deliverance of her diploma and also sue the faculty for damages Subscrlbe for The Sun 100 year TRAGIC EVENT Of Afternoon Caused Brilliancy of Royal Wedding to be Tem porarily Forgotten tlrtdoatlrtd Jung lJust as King i1 fonso null his English brida were near luS tho end of the prograss to tho royal pnlace frog i tho Church of Sun Jarot uinio San uoal whore they had married three hours previously a niisned ehdlng thou bombII Au Ofilcialatatement indicates wnllonea groom at the hood of the wheel horses was Milled as also wore the wheel horsosiX least sixteen parsons were killed and a large number wounded Suspicion points to a Catalonia named Manuel Duran as tile leader o the regicidal conspiracy and he is In prison awaiting examination The scene In the vicinity of the explosion was horrible The queen fainted but almost Ini mediately recovered and with Kins ndlenteredfollowolng In case of accident Instead of continuing along the Calle Mayor the king tools a little bystreet to the Plaza de Orjehte from which he entered the royal palace the crowd cheering him as he reached the square After ho entered the palace he exclaimed VI thank God for haying protected me and my family Strange to say the bomb made HttJo Jnoise It vaS thrown from the second orljposlteoral It was concealed in a bouquEt of flowers It did not explode on the ground but In the air after strfkin the point of the crown on the royal carriage Tim force of the however must have been tremendous as a person was killed on the balcony of a house across the street and four persons were killed on the second story orNo 88 which is the residence of the duke of Ahumada Among these was the handsome young marquis of- Tolo D Madrid June lThe tragic event of Thursday afternoon and the narrow margin by which King Alfonso and the iiew queen of Spain escaped death has mused the brilljancy of the royal wel1 ling to be temporarily forgotten al hough it was jb have inaugurated a period of unprecedented festivities ome of the wedding features how over were such as to fix themsehcsIIndelibly upon the minds tators One of the prettiest sigh to was file tiny Prince Alfonso the actual heir to the throne who accompanied theIIrillceS3knickerbockers of white silk and reached only to the Kings waist King Alfonso reached the altar song before Princess Victoria T h lengthy wait which ensued sod man to fear an inopportune event TheI andIAmerican special envoy Frederick 1 Whltrldge who through chance or de POSIItlonvoy andalongside of him the envoy of Morocco a hugh Othello swathed In white and next a Chinese Reuubllcan simplicity never ins mo strikingly exemplified The couIts were represented byEuropeanI most of them heirs to France the united States and the South and Central American stood grit wIUi plain enjovg republicsI As the ceremony closed so embraced his bride and her mother This glimpse of domestic tenderness as Jwreli as the democratic touch given b y the presence of many poor people In the galleries who were there by the kings request made the scene an ef fective one to which a melancholy se quel quickly followed f Iron Bars Pieced With Wood t1 t Panteon r of the elld Curt Jett the noted Breath county feudist that the low pprt tw iron bars had bon pieced out with wood The wood was paint ai toltF ame shape so that detection couhl not be madeThen the bars wert removed an large enough for man to Ja optnfng was left This cell was Curt Jett and Tom White during their exciting trial ethere two years ago sari Jett wns isflr placed in It whan brought from Frank fort penitentiary to be tried for the murder of James Cockrell Jailet Craigmyle thinks the wooden piece were placed there by workmen whea the jail Was built Jetts trial will called Monday June 4 zoCovington Ky May 31Over 12 000 people witnessed the first lay racing of the Burin r meetfu ffCLatonia Jockey club Wednesday S vrir wellfilled races were on the card wits the Decoration Handicap at a mile ard sixteenth as the feature Six hor u faced the starter Prlncpssj Orna sn equal favorite fn the betting with Ilvlnn jumped to the front nt tnand was never headed winning Hand Ily by a length from Mtfllvain hielii came with a tusk at the end ands took the place from Coruscate Bowel Trouble Is a aura sign that your digee tive organdH are overworked too heavily burdens in a state- ofrebellioi Itisaserl otis condi andhII will result in complications of ugravest character theIwill correct itself and disappear UOM listed ndoaInt nearest druggist and buy a bottle of Br CaldwellsLajtatlv Syrup Pepsinnls the safest quickestacting animost effective remedy the world for troublesplr adInstantly fIaffectj soothed strengthened jDRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN dollar and halfdollar sizes at all druggists IIdoesr tomallBOCK oF WONDERS and tree Mnptetothose who have never tried this wondarfc remedy Mail ypur postal today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Montleell Illintls SOld by The Rid Cross DrugSUra Mr Householdert It has always been my desire to w cure for my cus bestgthe lowest pods prices rds slut in particu plcascdto after thorough investigation I hav t accepted the agencyIdenied Paint which is guaran ttced for five years with back of this i guarantee the great St Louts House of Hanjmiar with a half million dollars cashcapital and a third of a centurj- re for honorable dealing There ia no guess work about Ham mnr Pnint W9 sell you the paint and oil Separately mixed You can mix it yourself nail all you need to do itwith is n stickiPflint li es so as it lire oilIa w absolutely guarantee it to wear for five 01th1tseptav81VeIa you btivp not paid for canned oil at prices o011e Alan Hnmmar Paint and one linseed oil covers six hundred square feet of surface two coats which is the clod sticking farthest ipreoek inv and longest lasting paint in the trorld tome in nnd talk It over There m nothing else like Ilammar PartIyreit1JY tiwart Iron Fence Cheaper than wood vtr lnlirtttl fetlm s 11lte1 Mtrlls Fait it Uh tlM 11tiNsrCINCINNATI O OnE IN JuijM ol Irea Few ia It hjlope Lox ToocnM Springfield Monument Co Agtj JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer KENTUdkYInest Attention f Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Rofceki telephone Day 19 Night 7L Carriage Shop I am reparEdto do all of your wood w rkand r at the most reason able price FOR CASH doneGrainCradles I also have one ugly shop made b = gy and ring wagon and one sewn tximmingrt UBOND 11 July icqe 1tospripleldt Ky III THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1904 f uJ II CLOTH FINE ING 1t 1 3Cp r Grudy Mclntires Stock of Summer Cloth ling pleases the man who wants to be Sty Ifish and Comfortably IDressed v What He Struck One day in Washington recently a group of politicians Were talking when Joe Cannon was reminded of a story There was a friend of mm in Ohio essd he who once joyfully sought an epfl expert declaring that le had struck liMs fluid on his land He hrought a eample in a bottle Now evidently mv Mend had been in a great hurry hastily dabbing the first bottle at hand for wien the chemist had duly analyzed the trample submitted he sent the following tlrraphi report Find no trace oil You have tttrnck paregoric Womans Home 4B mpanion for June- Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles tenth catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced Mrs Thbs S Austin Leavenworth Ind to such a deplor able condition that her doctor advised on operation but her husband fearing rfatal results postponed this to try Elec fcric Bitters and to t e amazement o all who knew her this medicine com pletely cured her Gauranteed cure for rpid liver kidney disease biliousness Jaundice chills arid fever general de nervousness and blood poisoning Best tonic made Price 50c at C J SLaydons cart g store Try it J MclNTIRE Left front last week There is much rejoicing among the aSsnaers and tobacco growers of this election oyer the recent rains which BUEre very much needed Mr Gus McIntire of Owensboro vas ld his uncle Hilary McIntire a- nroily d on Saturday and Sunday last I rJ G Adam j of Marion county visited relatives at this place last Sat urday Mr C E Nally and wife and Mr and Mrs A L Johnston were guests of Mr and Mrs John Nally last Thurs day Mr and Mrs Dave Graves and Mr and Mrs Sid Johnston spent Sunday at the home of Mr T E Ballard and wife Miss Nannie Winset of Louisville it the guest of her brothers Messrs Monroe and Boman Winset Mrs John Murphy accompanied by her brother Mr Dan ONeal of Mis sippi visited hersister Mrs Baker at Willisburg last week Mr J C Ensor has returned from a visit to relatives in Meade and Hardin counties Miss Roxie Fields of Cincinnati is the guest of her unMrs I C Cecil Mr Ed Dragoo of Springfield is here this week prising and preparing fJT shipment the large tobacco crop of Mr T E Ballard Mr E M Ballard boughtof Willard Spalding one horse for JSO Distemper is prevalent in a very bad form in this communitfDr Deats the Veterinarian of jBardstown has baen called to Mr Thos Kid wells where he is treating several cases of the disease A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex hat s twice as big as last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says coughandoctorsion I was reduced to 90 pounds whenJ bean taping Dr Kings New Discov cry for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely curedr Only sure Cough and Cold cure Gauranteed by C J aydon Druggist 50c and L Trial pottle free GLENS CREEK r Left from lastweek The much needed rain has come at last and the farmers of this community have been very busy setting tobacco Miss Nettie Gardner and sister of Frankfort are the guests of thei c unn Miss Annie Gardner of this place Rev H Hatchett filled his regu lar appointment at this place Sunday John Noel attended the strawberry supper at Mr Busbys Saturday night which was given in honor of their visi tors from Rose HillI haSjbeensick place for several months returned to her home at Lebanon Junction Sunday Doc flarrico our local trader is ve ill with stomach trouble We hope whisky will be voted out by a large majority There would be no doubt about it if women could vote Miss Annie Gardner visited her cous ins the Misses Catletts at Springfield the past week Albert Gardner was in Springfield last Wednesday Mr Edgar Riley son of R D Riley of near here died Saturday of con sumption His remains were interred in the Fair View cemetery Willisburg Sunday Mr Clarence Hays and Mrs Minn Masters were secretly married a fe w days ago Although being quite young it is the second marriage for both J D Noel was in Springfield the firs of the week The many friends of Mrs Cooksey will be very glad to know th she is able tobe out again T H Noel boughtjofMrs Mary Mc Ilvqy some hogs at 6 cents The Very Best Remedy for Bowel ITroubleMr M F Borroughs anold andwell known resident of Bluffton Ind says I regard Chamberlains Colic Choe Ira Darrhpea Remedy as the very be stin remedy for bowel trouble I make thi statement after having used the rem edy in my family for several years I am never without it For sale by Every reliable dealer in th Blue Grass I HILLSBORO Mr L M Clark is on the sick list Mr J M Montgomery and wife spent Sunday with Mr J M Shields and wife EarnestiSunday with relatives at Willisburg Montgomeryfday Miss Agnes Hines jis visiting relatives and friends at MackHHe Miss Sarah Shields spent Sunday with Miss Judith Montgomery Mrs Mat Inman and daughter Miss Maud spent Wednesday night with rela fives at Willisburg Mrs Mary Hines visited relatives atof Mackville Saturday and Sunday Sam Montgomery and wife spent Sunday with Sabe Coulter and wife The lecture at this place Sunday was well attended The farmers have been very busy setting tobacco Rev J A Simms will preach here next Sunday f HARDINS CREEK Hardins Creek is about seven miles be1tweenThe Washington side is divided in two precincts Fredericktown and number nine and I am proud to say all or nearly all are for local option By the way have you seen any of the litera ture the whisky men are passing around Well wouldnt it be a disgrace to the grand old Commonwealth to close the saloons Some say they are for whisky because without licensed saloons there would be bootleggars blind tigers etc some say it would kill the town others say they would goelse where to get whisky Say isnt it a commonsense proposition to all that a saloon with its name on the windows and over the doors whefe they mix drinks of various tastes is much more convenient and enticing to the ones who are prone to temptation than to walk up and down the allies and through the stables chasing some nigger with a bot tie of whisky in one pocket and a glass in the other to get behind abox or barrel to take a drink Do you suppose there would be as much drinking done No Its very easy to get drinks in the saloons and invite in friends to take one with you and in this way take two or three each before coming out hand then twq or three more trips and they are readyfor jail or to go home if they can get there to disturb the peace of their families as is often the case suchdexcuses as some stick my head under the fence and like a skunk stink myself todeath The telephone from Blincoe to Bards town is now in use Mr H E Nalley is quite ill at pres ent Miss Sarah Smock has been visiting her aunt Mrs C S Smock for sev era days Mrs S McIntire went to Blincoe one day last week v Mesdames Annie anil Cassie Wright r sent one day last w ek with Mrs Jas Cambron Miss Teresa Mattingly returned from her sisters Mrs P K McIntire The angel of death visited the homer of Mr and Mrs iT J Blandford ard called away their beloved 2yearold boy Fred We extend to them our heartfelt sympathy for such a loss is a serious one Sore Muscles Prominent athletes throughout the country find that the best treatment for sore muscles after severe exercise hont bath at bed time opens pores This should immediately be fol with an application of Chamber lains Pain Balm vigorously rubbed into allr3ar soreness favorite rub down as it acts promptly and keeps he muscles in excellent condition Fo sale by every reliable dealer in the B ue Grass A Circus Story iThe Courier Journal recently offered prizes in the Childrens Department for the best essay on What I Like Best in a Circus Miss Nellie V Sisco Daugh ter of Air- Bardstown and Mrs fieB SISCO 0 secured the first prize o one dollar on the following story eThe last circus that t attended was1 near Bardstown in front of Mr Na Halsteads residence the Country Ator elephtant was papa ant mamma elephant grandma eleph elephantatone was the papa elephant he was the funniest looking thing It looked like a great big piece of leather stuffed wit three or four hairs on his stomach an had two great long horns that stuc out in front and four grea big legs one hung on each corner and it had two tails and was eating hay with one of them And the clown brought one out a ring and he could beat a drums dance a jig turn a sbmersault and hugged the girls withhiii tail And a girl without any clothes on jumped on ehim ahd rode on his rose And the man that owned the elep lant came out and jumped over barrels and the man put his hat on the elephants head And then the man and the elephant played tea The man would take a drink and then he would give the elephant a drink The elephant is very fond of peanuts but he doesnt like tobacco How to Break Up a Cold It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be broken up in one or two days tim v To do this however prompt action is necessary Th first symptom of a cold are a dry lou cough a profuse watery discharge from the nose and a thin white coat on the tongue When Chamber loins cough remedy is taken ev ry hour on the first appearence of tli es symptons it counteracts the of the cold and restores the systenji to a healthy condition within a or two For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass r TATHAM SPRINGS Since our last we have had a good roar which was much needed Dr Yates is attending Miss Irmcll Graham who continues ill H H Graham ofaoldsheep and lambs at this place last wpek Mrs WornalL is expecting a large number of guests this summer Oscar Shirley of this place attended the moonlightfete given by Miss Nora Cheatham at Brookville last Saturday nightShoat Wycoff of Mackville has ac cepted a position at the hotel here as barber We gladly welcome Mr Wycoff topur midst Some people near here are crowding the road with fencing this is not law at all it is imposing on the county and we wish some person would force them to move it- Preaching at Colored Church Bishop Geo W Clinton A M D D Charlotte N Gvvill preach at the A M E Zion Church at Springfield Tuesday night June 12 at 8 oclock Special invitation is extended to all friends There will be special provi sion in seats for the white friends who may attend fc W C DeBerry A B Pastor i Unknown Friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Choelra and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid re but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a publicationnone the less friends of this remedy They have done much toward making it a household word by their personal neighborsthe home and is widely known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by Every reli able 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