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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 mt ptittgitlb nitsDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY lj t J f T I tVOLUME ill SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 NUMBER DAMAGES AWARDED AVerdict For 1000 Given J Rich Smith In Telephone Case Injunction t Granted A case of more than ordinary importance tried in the Circuit Court here last week as that of J Rich Smith etc vs the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Co Mr Smith and a num ber of other persons of the St Rose neighborhood built a neighborhood line within a mile and a half of Springfield thetcompany would connect its lines with this neigh borhood lline The Telephone Company refused to do this hence a suit for damages was filed by Mr Smith and others and the court asked to grant a mandatory injunction compelling The Cumberland Telephone Co to connect its lines with the above mentioned neighborhood line Afterquite a warm contest the jury awarded the plaintiff damages in the sum of 1000 and the court granted the injunction The plaintiff was represented by Attorneys W C McChord and T Scott Mayes and the defendant by Attorneys C C McChord and Fairleigh REVNU1E fIAWS Are Now In Effect and You Had Better Look to Your Licenses J The Revenue Laws passed by the last legislature goes into effect June 11 fcure sure to pay the amount and se your licenses and have permission to legally conduct your business or a fine will confront you for non compliance with the law The followingis the list as far as we know it If there is anything omitted we will publish it next week Auctioneers 5Bill posters 10 Cane racks 5 Commercial agencies 100 Exhibitions not devoted entirely to religious benevolent or educational purpose and not in a licensed hall 5 Feather renovators 10 Fortune tellers 20 Hack lines 10 Ice factories 15 Merry gorounds 10 iIPatent medicine except merchants or druggistslocated 100 Photograph galleries 5 Piano and organ agents 5Sewing machine agents 10 Shooting galleries 5 fountains 250 Picture enlargers 5 Vender of spectacles and jewelry 10 Transient venders of stoves and ranges 20 where fees are charged tttrink HDeath of Mr Nally MrPJus Nally died at his home in the St Rose neighborhood yesterday morning of typhoid fever and stomach Mr Nally was about sixty five years old He was well and favor known and had many friends in Springfield The deceased was a mem ber of the Catholic cnurch Roofing Paint Ge hest Elastic Roofing Paint fo sale bYW C Foley Springfield Carriage sh f 1At Age of 88 t Harrodsburg Democrat Mr Geo D Coleman one of the oldest citizens of the county die yesterday afternoon at 4 oclock afl the residence of Mrs Lucy R gnfirmities bb alRobh Station of the of age He was eight y eight years he 10th of May lust and had been declining health for a number lof He was the last of a family of en children and was theson of M Mrs James Coleman who were the first settlers of- heMercer Jou remains will be interred iin Hill cemetery this afternoon 3 lock with services conductedrove by Dr J G Hunter r k Lightnings Work LKentucky Standard During the heavy thunderstorm Tuesday afternoon lightning struck the residence of Mr Orville Arnold in the suburbs of Bards town The bolt entere the hall and didconsiderable damage to plastering wall paper etc Mrs Arnold and her sister Miss Nancy t ilson1 were severely shocked The house was decorated preparatory for a card party given by Mrs James Beard and Mrs Arnoldand the front and back hall doors were open causing a draft which conducted tl e electricity into the building This in cident however did not interfere with the cardparty and it took place late It was a very elegant affair and larg ly attended To Men Only Dr G W Young Superintendent 0J the Kentucky Ahti Saloon League wi II lecture to men only in the court lions in Springfield Saturday night Dr Young is one of the Souths most prom inent temperance speakers A PRETTY t PICTURE Of Our Kentucky Home P iltedI By the Editor of the vine Heraldt Louisville Herald Wide open are Kentuckys gates to receive sons and daughters from afar For a yfear and more we have been looking forward with anxiety hope and delight to this interesting week The anxiety has passed the hopes have been transform ed into actual delight Homecoming week is here Kentucky proud glad strong and courteous stands at her gateway to grasp the hands of incoming throngs Never did open portals tender vista more beautiful rd touching than that offered bv the entucky home and surroundings within these gates Here greet the eyes of return ing exile the splendid effort of a cen tury and a half Here gladden the heart magnificent city and richest rural scene Here enrapture the spirit the visions of church and school and home Here unlift the whole being most precious memories of unforgotten joys and deathlessfaces Wide is the field for the returnin Kentuckians enjoyment Many an varied the opportunities for enjoymen of the residential population Not blade nor a bud nor a flower nor tree not a roadside nor a house nor public house but willrecall to visitor the dearest of remembrances and pet pie the boundless spirit halls of memo with loved ones gone higher but ev at call Not a visiting Kt ntuckian bt will remind some residen of glorio days of childhood of earl manhood o womanhood the bygone times whe care never darkened the windows the heart or saddened the eyes of th soul How often in this week of jo and thanksgiving will come to min the beautiful lines of that master min of Kentucky George D Prentic whose writings Abraham Lincoln con mitted to memory with a reverence an exactitude not excelled by those give to text of sacred writ There are dreams of gladness thatclin around the past And from the tomb of feeling ol thoughts come thronging fast The forms we loved so dearly in tV happy days now gone The beautiful and lovely so far t look upon The and gentle maidens wli blissrforisuc a world as this Whose dark soft eyes seemed sjvin ming In a sa of liquid light And whose locks of gold were streamin oer brows so sunny bright Every breeze whispering throug leaf and branch in old Kentucky no voices the old song and sentiment an story We once loved to hear Ever beam of the Kentucky sun recalls th glances of a love we once worshiped Every twinkling star in Kentuckys SK smiles at the emotions of childlike joj filling our souls Wide open thy gates Kentucky for mighty is the host thai through them shall pass Thy son and daughters have gathered from afar to join thy children at home in eating thy corn and drinking thy wine in the courts of thy holiness On thy home coming rejoicings is every eye now set and all lands unite to proclaim that thy reward has come What Made Springfield Springfield Ky June 7 EDITQ SUN SRIf you will alloy mespace in yo r ur valuable paper I would like to tell you of two peculiar sounds we have in our neighborhood No doubt you have heard the loathsome melodies of the first I shall mentin You may have heardmany superstitiousremarks made concerning the same It is the locust The second is nota California earth quake or a tropical simoon but the tune it plays is equally as monotonous as the locust It is the whisky talk The first reminds us of the plagues sent on old Pharoh The other reminds us of the plague of all plagues here in our own landthe whisky traffic It is under the supervision of king alcohol a ruler- far more tyrranical than Pharoh and who not only enslaves here in this life but hereafter A recent act of the legisla turegives us the power to rid our coun ty and town of this curse I understand there are several saloons run in Spring field by men who are trying to make a living for themselves and families but like Saul of old they can not seewhat theYare doing toother homes If they cryIfact that whisky degrades and corrupts any country morally physically and fi jnancially Any sensible man that has- ever traveled or read any will say so Whisky puts money in a few mens pockets at the expense of hundreds of men and boys Local option is good for all We want something that is good for the masses not for anyone man or set of men There should be common sense and reason inall thins The whisky men are now be ginn argumentsIthat have been worn threadbare and are weaker than water I am proud of the fact that the Sun has come out flatfooted in favor of local option and that the editor does not II bust his krupper holding back to what someone else is to say1IWHAT HAS MADE SPRINGFIELD- WHAT IT IS TODAY WAS IT WHISKY NO EMPHATICALLY NO THE ANSWER IS AS PLAIN AS THE NOSE ON YOUR FACE IT IS THE SURROUNDING COUNTRY WE LIVE IN A VERY PRQDUCTIVE COUNTRY WE RAISE SOME OF THE FINEST TOBACCO GROWN IN THE WORLD FINE CORN WHEAT AND FINE STOCK IT IS THE MONEYEDCROPS THAT BUILT UP SPRINGFIELD AND WILL CON TINUE TO DO SO WHEN THE FARMER AND HIS BOYS COME TO TOWN TO SELL HIS PRODUCTS AND BUY THE NECESSARIES OF LIFE FROM THE MERCHANTS SHALL THE TOWN IN TURN POISON HIS VERY SOUL AND SEND HIM OR HIS NOBLE SON BACK HOME TO A LOVING WIFE OR MOTHER DRUNK SHALL THEY RILL THE GOOSE THAT LAYS THE GOLDEN EGG They will tell you whisky will be sold in blind tigers anyway There may be some sold in blind tigers but we have the law against them and if we have the right kind of officers it would be better for the tiger if he had a mill stone about his neck Any boy can get all the whisky he has money to pay for now in Springfield All he has to do isgive the money to some worth less negropnd he will go into the sa loon and get it It An artist on one occasion wanted to 23Pt a picture of innocence He for his subject alittle child After number of years he desired to paint a picture just thj opposite After a long search he went into a prison and found a man there who had been drunk knd- njujdered his wife After placing the picturfe in his studio he began to trace the life of this criminal and found him to be the same child whose picture he- had painted a number of years before Fathers and Mothers that is only a picture of what that boy you hold on intemperelceIf Vote for God home and native land R F D 3 C OWEN Forgot tier Child Lebanon Enterprise Janie Harrison colored was arrested yesterday mortir ing and was sent to the work house serVe a sentence imposed upon hr sometime ago At the time of the trial the sentence was held up during good behavior Her fondness for dancing caused her to go to Belltown Saturday evening and leave her fourteen months evidentlyreturn until yesterday morning However the cries of the young one attract ed the attention of neighbor who re ported the matter to the authorities Monday and arrangements were made for the care df the child Yesterday When the woman came home she was promptly arrestedISpeaking at New Hope Judge 1 H Thurman will deliver a temperance lecture at New Hope next Sunday afternoon at at 330oclpck Everybody invited to attend JUDGE HARGIS Indited For the Murder of Dr Cox at Jackson i Jackson Ky Ju e6An indictment returned at 2 oclock this afternoon against Judge James Hargis charges him with the murder of Dr B B Cox Dr Cox who was one of Breathitts most prominent and leading physicians of this section of the State was shot Sundayaa over years ago as he returned home from services While the usual search that followed all crimes connected with what are denominated feud murders in Jack son was made no one was arrested for the assassination of Dr Cox and rib apparently serious effort was employed to rundown the murderers Rumors Without Foundation i After a thorough examinaticm of the body of Marion LJmiso last Wednes day afteby Drs Hopper an Smo tf itwasfound that no bones were Woken and there were noother indications that the young man had been killed by an explosion of dynamite Cornoner Montgomery was present and held an inquest After hearing the testimony of the physicians andothers the jury returned a verdict to the effect that young Lewis met his death by drowningWe informed that the grand jury intoIthat the young man Was killed by an explosion of dynamite Letter From Olliver June HDear Editor Send my pa per to Maxell in care of Thomds Morrison R F D I will get all right I am not well yet Oliver Gri Yours Resp binsI We are glad Mr Gribbins gained his conscience Work of Grand Jury The grand jury adjourned last week after returning as follows Seining four selling liquor to inebri ate twelve earning two breach of peace four selling liquor without li cense three selling liquor to minor two selling liquor on Sunday one suffering gaming on premises one unlawfully injuring personal property one false swearing one seduction one A State Primary At a meeting of the Democratic State ommittee held in Louisville yesterday tetate primary was called for Novem Lr 6 to nominate candidates for State es and for the United States Sen I t Candidates for Railroad Commis- r will also be nominated Jetts Confession is Jett is said to have made a nfession He implicates the ks Bo F French and Ed Calla ge murder of Attorney Marcura nd James Cockrell 1 ST MEETING Of the American Society of Equi ty Will Be Held at Ow ensboro The State meeting of the Amen Society of Equity will beheld in Owena boro on July 10 This was decided upl on at meeting oJ the State officers the courthouse in Owensboro on Thurs1 day This will be the first annual meet1 ing of the Association it having been organized at Greenville only a few months ago effectedIt r1tarycalled some days ago to be held in Owensboro simultaneously with the meeting of the Green River Districts Association Several cities made strong efforts to secure the State meeting Louisville was in the fight quite anxious tohave the tobacco growers meet there Other towns also made application Y This will be the most important meet ing of tobacco growers held in Owens boro since the meeting of the National Tobacco Growers Association last year and in point of attendance will probably surpass that Delegates to this meet ing will not be confined to tobacco growers but will include farmers generally Something About Gorbini Mr G H Ballard Writes filter tainingly of that Thriv ing Town rt vvc tCt COrbin Ky June 5Editor SunIhave been thinking for some time of writinga few lines for the Sun but the tlsanda for the papers I left Springfield the of January spentdtwo months with relatives and tri n About the last of March I received letter from Katie of course everybody hadgto come and stay with her From Stanford to Mt Vernon is something like going from Springfield to Rileys Station Leaving Mt Vernon you soon get into hills that are nearly Straight up on both sides with great rocks that look like they may tumble down just any time and then narrow hollows One place I saw a stream of water enough to water a thousand head of cattle boiling up at the foot 6f a moun taini and at another place I saw a stream as clear and white as silver pouring over a rock fifty feet high One historic spot I saw it may be thin some of the oldsoldiers of Wash x ington county remember it was the gentlemanInamedPrice first smell of war Vie then went on through hollows and hillSnine tunnels in alland reached Corbin about sun down I have been here two months but can not give a good description of the town but it is 1 a railroad town and nothing else They are just finishing one of the finest round houses in the state with machine shops and so on They have their own elec tric lights and forty or fifty miles of Track inside the yard limits and there is hardly ten minutes either day or night but a train comes in or One goes out Corbin has been on a boom the last year and lam told there have bees one hundred and forty houses built dar ing ijhat time and now carrs 4000 in habitants G H BALLARD How to Break Up a Cold It may bea surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be broke up a one or two days time To do thi how Thefirstcough a profuse watery discnalfrom the nose and a thin white coat ing on the tongue When Chamber everyhQulsymptons it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system W a healthy condition within a day wo For sale by every reliable ieal ciin the Blue Grass itr y Tr 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 t 1J II I t Tatharn Springs Hotel I Now Open to Guetsl10L h 1 Write ForCatai gueLv HR if The water has actually cured cases of Brights Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gastric and Intestinalt diseasesIThe scenery around the Island and Hotel is picturesque the fishing and boating superb Carey Island on WhichfheI Hotel is located is high and dry containing about six acres The Hotel is well ventilated with broad verandas on every side r 1 and is equipped with all modern improvements and is conducted by Mrs S El Wbrnall in all departments in the very best manner The following are the rates 4 t BOARD PER DAY SOf 3 2vOO BOARD PER WEEK V BOARD 1OOO PER MONTH L- f 3500I 4t r MRSt S E WORNALL l i i Manager of Tatham Springs Hotel l J i iI J THE LANQ1 t DR TH A STd HEBREW PEOPLES STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By ttie HJf hw +r aai Byway Preacher Copyright wsYdson Scriptural Authority Exodus 1229 36 tlt O ONE in th IvV gay throng II thatJn m h1Veagerness he throw himself J m into the foltivi seemedtgay but had there been anyone present free from the fascination of the brljllant scene and with eyes to observe he would readily have de tected underneath the kings gay ex terror a nervous apprehension and noted that in the depths of the sliark ling eyes which looked upon the Scene there lurked an expression of tear and terror And If one had watched him he would soon have noticed that not for an instant did he lose inIwhose honor the brilliant function had r been criianged With an eagerness and Intensity almost painful his eyes followed the young mans every move and if for an instant he was lost of amidst the throng he would startup uneasily and shift his position un 0evil he had again brought him within orange of his vision fwo w eus had passed since his las interview with Moses but try as h would he could not forget his solemn vwajrnlng He had made light of it H lad persuaded himself hat he it godstresterlduy lo nad kept his son near him qulte confident that thus he could ward any thing which migh- seek to vertake him But as th days cam and went the fear and ap prehetisio wore on his nerves and on the lay before he had sought diversion lor himself and entertainment for hi tscm in tho present function But there was no thought of lacuna f lion on his part of listening to Moses or of heeding his warning for his haughty proud unyielding turned his heart hard as flint and tramhIsMr his fkcc io would lifeI v But try as he would he could get Moses word of judgment against the first born of Egypt and against his own son He did not believe It and yet he could not dismiss the tlrsy ghlfrom his mind He had consulted k6HLTtrologers of the temple and his wise meV who had assured him that the stars ana1tII dtgns were auspicious for a long Ute and sftSSgssJ fur reign for his son But notwlth standing these reassuring words h felt apprehensive and whether asleej or awake the vision of Moses wa ever before him and the words he ha spoken kept ringing in his ears About midnight will Jehovah g out In the midst of Egypt and all th firstborn in the land shall die fron the first born of Pharaoh even ant the first born of the hand maiden Midnigljt The first born even tin son Of Pharaoh How eagerly an intensely he had watched his son sine then How anxiously he had counte the time at the midnight hour Thu the days had passed But h was not content tfllet the matter r st there for ho sent his messengers Secretly to Goshen to spy 01 Moses arid find out what was transplr ing there And when he had learne of the singular preparations under way he felt more than everuneasy an troubled The last information he had re ceived htp been obtained the day be fore when his messenger told him o the preparations which the Hebrew were making for the sacrifice of lamb the blood of which was to b sprinkled upon the lintel and sid posts of the doorways of the people for said they solemnly The Lord to pass through the land Said they that exclaimed Phar aoh as Moses words ca ne with new himtYes responded the messenger who had been deeply impressed with what he had seen and peard res the Hebrews seem desperately In earn thateful thing And as near as 1 could die theyIandsin their homes lesb death should over take them 1Pharaoh messentand then moved by a reckless splrl defiance he had planned for the Hant court affair of that eve hinnselja I fButgrew more and more restive T seemsta whomj The last trios the attendant turned saying that it still lacked sometime of the hour his son had been standing at his side and had asked jokjngly why he wasso concerned about the midnight hour Is it thy purpose tq end this festive the leafless forest In winter It rises and fall and rises again and the king trembles as he listens and then ho recalls Moses words Let dark i and the man turned and raTIeil upon him saying Where Is thy power now 0 priest seeing thou canst riot help the king in his distress Where Is tit Influence with the gods of Egypt They cannot stand before Moseys God Shouts of approval from the people standing about showed the general feeling which prevailed throughout thlA 111 fnt n1n r wIng l PERILOUS RIDE Of Two Boys on Express Train Determined to See Mother in Hospital Ct XAS tne Empire State express from the west pulled into the depot people cm the platform were treated to a surprise Behind the ten der perched on the front end of the baggage ax were two small boys hanging pn for dear life When the train stopped Detectives jCronto rear The two lads stepped up to carIthe yardmen and asked If tew York Thelmen looked at them in surprise The police officials took the lads in charge and heard a good story from them They were wet and besmeared with coal dust They gave StelImecrbrother 14 The boys said they were from Buf falo and were on their way to New THE LADS CLUNG DESPERATELY T THEIR UNSTEADY PERCH York Where their mother was sick in a hospital At first It appeared a though the boys were shamming bu their stories agreed Their father died when they were young and they had been in Buffalo with a grandmother agtlstatingNew York hospital and they wanted to see her They went to the Buffalc depot and were there when the Em pire came in and as it was pulling outrthey got aboard They passed through Rochester and Syracuse without being discovered At the latter city the engine was changed The lads stepped from their reserved seats until the coupling was made and startedGeorgemInd the speed that the train was making although between Syracuse and this city the train made better than a mile per minute He said he thought they had run In toa flood when the engine bean to take water while running at full speed and the water came out of the top of the tank and soaked them to the skin moveforground to pieces under the wheels of the fast train The risk that the lads took was something that the most experienced trainmen would not relish The space between the tender and the car fs hardly a foot wide andlt would be most uncomfortable for a persOn to sit there for any length of time It was 1flcialshad pity upon them The railroad em ployes took them into the office Of the wrecking department and they were Washed up Patrolman Wright sent them to the ponce station where they were fed and stayed over night and were later assisted on their way Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diaruea at some time during the yearThis remedy J recommended by dealers who t e sold it for many years and i its value It has recejld thousands of peopleItsicians with easatisfactory results hint It has c a life before foroit It onlysPunCr Can you aftor4t 4 fa so fatthte 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 1319061 tl ii tJ Xtxp Mft ft ft ft XIX XI r 4 P ft ft I1 ft ft I1 I1 ft iifli ft ft ft ft ft foft ft ftft ft I ftfofrft ft ft ft ft frft ft ft ti rjnti eft ifot i JiTALKONCOALH 4 iItshard to burn TLTp 1 Bad Coal in the trSum1 rI Split YourICoal is thenbuyheatsbetteryou WOOL WOOL courseit I y r S I is I t JJ t +iF t + i i v jj i tA f J+ iCcC r + + iii JACK LONDON NOVELIST AND SOCIALIST rolethatan ticSoelalishthese two addresses he sahl he would do with the constitution was if It wauhtol Mumps Ett1t Street Car Des Moines lat Mumps have threat to block Ute street railway serv Ice In Des Mol s Just why It was that street car conductors took to having the disease they should have have had when children cannot bo explained and U e traffic management has been tobuffY finding substitutes to time to gure out an explana tion The trouble commenced on St Patricks day when an Irishman presented a swelled face at the window of Dispatcher Beatty and asked for relief He had he He was given a substitute but his work had been done and Inr a few days 16 cons were off They commenced to recover and matters ook nowIten more have come down and have on the hospital list The situ aUQufs growing serious and It pos i + Bill Easy said but how We sellcoal and give coal advice Advice cheap there isnt any Weve told our story and up to to buy coal of us and save money + i t it fjc at thnt away Traffic mumps gone lg slblo some cars vftll have too take off Had Cofflri for 25 Years Elkton Md Thinking he mlgh t soon have use for It Joseph Venable of Chestertown 251 years ago bad blicoffin made He began soon thereafter to enjoy better health and con burled the coffin he made Danes as Living Torch nome Paola Nlzza a resident around madly until she fell burned to death It Is stated her mother kilted ChIcagotoura similar death jast year Subscribe for The Sun 100 year j Full Is a comforting thing have oliuSbecauseour the year round its to your best lW q ened take in Dies of to Twenty Reasons Why You Should Oppose thejloon gxriAq l e 5 It neveu stills the tongue of slander but loosens iit 6 It never promotes purity of thought but poisons it 7 It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them 9 It never makes happy fami lies but miserable ones 10 It never prepares one for heaven but for hell 12 It never diminishes taxes with all its revenue but increases them 13 In never renders the Sabbath quiet but desecrates it 14 It never protects our prop erty or personal safety but endan gers them 15 It never helps one to gut a good insurance policy on his life but militates against it 16 It never creates ambition and thrift but invites prom gacjy poverty idleness and crime 17 It never builds up the church but peoples the station house pris ons anti chaingangs 18 It never refines character nor promotes Christian grace but is a destroyer of the soul 19 It never teaches honesty and uprightpess but incites tbe incendi ary to apply the midnight torch 20 It never protects a man but and all endearments of life New Cure for Epilepsy B Waterman of Watertown 0 Rural free writes My daugh ter afflicted for years with epilepsy was cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over tw a Haydons drug store rJ mighty delivery We Will Your lCOI by us as being Al in eve respect iit the BEST Ji f1 have bought the transfer business of Air Allen and will continue then t business When you have any hauling to telephone me + 1I tT dJ PAY HIGHEST FOR HIDES AND FURS il I PAY CASH 99 cij Lj I iifij i 1IONESr11 lIcj1 li 11e tI tt44i44tntt i agowhen petroleum Weight tobuy thatnext PRICES manhoodbut thchornebut sfulnessthepassionsbut bnllotbox rightI laziness familyhappiness J lifeiving tCO Capture Wespeakcoalfromqualitrpriceor coalhereafter HAULING tiMtt1 FENWICK I Mrs Ella Montgomery and little daughter Myrtle visited friends and relativbs at this place Saturday and Sunday Mrs Margaret Rogers and Miss Mar Lena Epperson spent Wednesday with the family of Mr Dan Rogers j Miss Ethel Rogers spent last week with friends at Tatham Miss Mattie and Steve Begley spent last Saturday and Sunday with their grandmother neuj Texas Miss Anna Logsdon has returned home from Springfield where she has been employed as seamstress Miss Myrtle Logsdon spent last week IT + be do with Mrs Kate Cochran near Mack yule Hon W C McChord failed to fill bis appointment here on account of the rain Miss Maggie Smith has returned home after spending two weeks with her sister at Fredericktown Mr Sam Rogers sold to McClure Sears twentyfive oak tress for 300 Mr C W Oder and wife attended the baptising at Mackville Friday after noon also the services Friday night- B R Higdon was in Bardstown last week Mr Ben White and son Harlan of Decateur Ill are expected for the HomeComing Messrs J B Fenwick Steve Beg THIS IS SUNSHINEDAY J ilCoalOught tfishingUnknown friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Choelra and Diarrhoea Remedy witH splendidre suIts but who are unknown they have hesitated about becauseI publication j none the less friends of this remedy vThey have done much toward making ita Household word by their personal neighborsthe home and is wi ely known for its cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by Every reli able dealer in the Blue Grass Throughout the n it eiUnited StatesfreeA I PACAGEfoamong thf C Tir i Jr number Ifinishesof those ANDIwho t i A YI51tistoreour ROPaaeDla krrtnsND o Pilwpv0Ro UTMA1ce TO THELoon aide i ge fIFIRST 25 LADIES Coupon VISITING OUR STORE itTODAY =EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A KRfegi SET OF SUNSHINE FUR ITUREt 1 S Put a Littie SUNSHINE in Your HomeAND oMAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND AlTRAGjTIVE Fo Sale by = C J HA YDit t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE IJ 1906 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday Tune 13 1906 ISSUED EVEHY WEDNESDAY UBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In Advance 3 ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKyas second lass mat er- DEMOCRATIC TICKET rFOR CONGRESS iON BEN JONSON OF BARDSTOWN NELSO COUNTY CIRCUIT CLEEKp We are authorized to announce ROBERT NOE As a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tion of the Democratic party A MEETING OfT E LIQUOR DEALERS The National Wholesale Liq nor Dealers Association met in Louisville last week and made historyl Tracts or no tracts or the how arid the wheref6reof reaching the people with an effective whisky argument was a topic for free for all discussion Some of the whisky men believed the peo pIe ought to be educatedas to the virtue in fInes and spirits as to the happinesscontentment and health givi properties fount iV the cup where dwelleththe- s entJ and aa to the absolute n issity of tlie saloon to the welfare and rosperity of the community But some ot the whisky men d dnt believe the people would learn events of the past decade proving that peo ple had been learning the wrong wayand they dvised that more J certain method b employed Mr Cyrus C Tur er general man alter of the Pr tective Bureau said that he believed tracts were good things because farmers read them and that the farmers of the country controlled the elections Mr Nathan 1lUridnt believe the people cou and advocated that the tract method of carrying elections be discontinued and more certain methods adopted buying em be gad buying eml That was putting it pret y strong and this Mr Uri admitted but he could not be blame 1 for he had pre viously advised that they go into executive ssin Mr Uri said that the liquor interest did not have a single friend in the House of Represents ives of Kentucky last winter and that it was pracr tically without a friend in the administration oi State affairs Indeed Mr Ui openly contend ed that drastic measures must be adopted or the whisky trafic would be wiped Now to put his man outfKentucky go into market elect him are believe that Mr Uri was right when he wanted to go into executive ses sion for we are now on tb his game ndoJ jiy the least it will give us chance to put the price way ux But we are con strained to b lieve that Mr Uri will experier ce some trouble in findirigthe an Both theDem ocratic and Republican parties will be careful to find out a few things about i mans intentions along thes lines before they nominate him for the Legislature The following is an address with the oceptipn of the pre amble issued to the people of the United Stat s by the Association We take thje liberty to comment briefly upon each clause or sec tion We shall pot be so uncharitable as io contend tha from which Aw TjwWicjwnjtiitwnt originates owes i- tsCtreesrr ite to mercenary mo pie Mtn who make merf chandise of aroused emptions because it gives a pleasurable excitment to the wqmen the monotony of home but on the contrary we shall be candid in the admission that there is good andsufficient reason foran arousing of public sentiment in this country an we confess a feeling of sympathy with the movements for the uplifting of mankind and for the purification o so ietycBy this almost the first paragraph of the address The National Liquor Dealers Association practically admits that tfiewhjpky business is bad that the people have a right to protest that there is a good and sufficient reason for this uprising allover the country against the barroom and indeed we are delighted to have it right from the wholesalers themselves that we con fess a feeling of sympathy with the movements for the uplifting of mankind and for the purification of society But we are grieved to find a little fur ther along in the address that this statement is contradicted The White Ribbon movement the Blue Ribbon movement the Prohibition movement and the Antisaloon League movement were or are protests upon againsttwoour civilization and unfortunately for us connected with our tradewe refer to drunkenness and to those saloons which are conducted in disreputable manner or in such a way as to demor alize rather than to elevate those who patronize themand we the delegates to this convention of the wine and spirit trade desire to express in no uncertain tones our entire with the ef putforthwillingness to lend cooperation and as sistance in every means in our power We do not desire to deceive or to mislead nor to be misunderstood and in all candor we declare our views to be as follows We believe that wines and spirits are blessings per se intended byran All wise e to bring health and happiness to mankind From the first paragraph of the above we learn that these local option movements are protest upon the part of good men and women against two oft the greatest evils connected with our civilizationTJdrunkenness and tough saloons saloons conduct d in such a way as to demoralize rather than to elevate those who patronize themi Right here permit this question Fath ers mothers wives of Washington county can you recall a single instance in which the saloon ever elevated your son or husband If you can please tell The Sun we would like to print the story Now notice these liquor deal ers admit that drunkenness and dlsrep tuable saloons should bje suppressed But how are we to suppress them Would you attempt to suppress drunk enness by licensing s That would be sillier than trying to cure col ic by inhaling wind and eating turnips Suppose you had a contract to cure drunkards what would be your first steps after you had given them the usual course of calomel and Keeleys gold Would you take them to a saloon to be elevated and advise that they tank up mildly for a few days in order to get themselves made happy and con tented before the last sad rites of having the appetite destroyed were performed or would you take them far away from thesaloon We are con strained to believe that any sensible man would hustle his subjects not only out of swelling distance but out of reaching distance of the barroom Its mighty hard for a fellow not to get happy when hes been in he habit of getting happy and whe there is an overabundance of happiness to be found at so many places in town Suppose this community were infested with poisonous snakes would ad vise that the snakes be p1brmitt tore main in the community and caution people not to let them bite too hard just a little bit at a time or would you recommend that theneighborhpod go to hunting snakes with sticks Ajnd thus remove from the community the CAUSE of the trouble Get rid of the cause go to the root of the evil t ats the way to kill the vine that cokes the roses It will also be noticed that the liquors dealers offer to assi t in ex terminating the evil but tney dont want the roots dug up hey want them kept in a healthy s tothey want the vine to run on arid spread out over new territory We believe that wines and spirits are blessings per se intended by an Allwise Providence to bring health and happiness to mankind Tom Payne Bob Ingersoll a4dall the infidels on earth and in hell never said a meaner thing about God Almighty The very idea is an insult to decency Barkeep ers themselves will tell you that whis ky is a bad thing that its a necessary evil etc And in the face of this and the face fall the bloodstains it has placed upon the ermine of our civiliza tion in the face of the ni3ery th crime and the debauchery it has planted in the four corners of the world llndl over the acres of the universe from where Great Dark Shadows rise up and darken our enlightenment the Whole sale Liquprs Dealers accuse bur gocd Lord of being responsible for the manufacture of these firewaters Ifan Allwjse Providence is responsible for whisky what in the name of common sense is the devil responsible for If you want to find out whether or not intoxicants ate blessings to mankind we would suggest that you go to some fellow here in Springfield who has given them a good trial and ask him to tel ju how happy he is and to enumerate his blessings to you We believe that their mission is to carry light into dark places to M ntal and physical weariness wit Strength and laughter to kindle the fire oS brotherly love and lift men out of sdlf and into the realm of the broadest cljarity believe therefore that the legi timate manufacture and sale of wines andspIrits is an honorable trade and one that should be respected by society and by the law We believe that the saloons and cafe and should be so conducted thatmen would not hesitate to visit them ac companied by their wives and children and that the atmosphere of such places should be beneficial to both mind and body t As to the first paragraph We be lieve that their mission intoxicants is to carry light into dark place How many wives in Washington county will come forward and testify that this stuff has carried light into their homes When the husband come home staggering and pukingand belching out fumes of whisky and on ions cursing you profaning the name of your Creator and causing your chil dren to flee in terror where does th light come in Tell us my dear woman in the next issue of The Sun where the flight comes in Replacing mental and physical weariness with strength and laughter Now what do you think of that bit of brazonry Alcahol produces an unnat- Ural strength for a brief period because it arouses of mans animal blood and ertdrop also give to you laughter b senseless laugh of the lung my heavens IfI you want to find out about the of brotherly love whisky has kim in the breasts of mankind go into edjl penitentiars of this country and askJ miserable murderer whether yr hot whisky kindled the fires of brotherly love in his breast and he will tell you with a shriekMiat it the fires of hatred and murder kintii breast and caused him to strike cold blood his dear r good friend As to the second I paragraph draw your own conclusions But the third Read it carefully and see an ugly pic ture in it Perhaps this paragraph is about the nerviest thing The Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association worked o on the public Mr R N Wathen of Lebanon a member of the Association and one of the States prominent dis tillers not only opposes the suggestion that wives and children visit saloons but he introduced resolution favorin thfe exclusion of saloons from residences tions of cities This was a pretty se ere break on the part of Mr Wath enl as the Association address to th ple classed the saloon with churches heavenly things and whin Mr W ithen tried to resolute it out of the 1isectnsalers were unprepared for the shock and they at once sat down upon him Notwithstanding all of the Associations talk shout the sancity piety health giving properties etc of the barroom Mr Wathen evidently believed that they were just slopping over arid that thesaloon was not only too bad for our wives and children to visit but that it was too bad to even be in the residence section of any town or city Are we to understand that Mr Wathen would put the saloon way off some where in a corner with a remoteness all aboatit We think that the saloon should be the Workingmans club in the truest sense and that the efforts of society shojld be towards developing it into such an institution We are convinced that this can only helpinw c i his saloon in accordance wit the demands of public sentiment and by a swift cancellation of the censes of all who violate the law and public sentiment We are convinced that discrimination questiorand punishments substantial in the one cam arid merciless in the other and this should be continued with patience and persistency until the business is conj r trolled by men who will feel a pride in eoneman kind As to the first paragraph The sa loona workingmans club Indeed the saloon in one sense isa workingmans clubK sort of a big stickand it ham men his heart an4soul with a terrible unre entlessness Did you know dear reap r that many of the big railroad companies amoni them the Illinois Central positively forbid their em ployees going into a saloon The offi cials of the Illinois Central Railroad ev uieritly dont believe the barroom a good place for their employees to spend the evenings Certainly the saloori keeper doesnt want a workingman if he fails to spend money find why should pend his money for whisky No body denies that money spent in dram barnroom a club That sug gestion was enough to kill all the wood cocks in the universe i As to the second paragraph candidly now how many saloon license would be cancelled throughout the United States during the remainder of this year if the cancellation should take place as soon as the law and public sentiment are violated As to the thirdrparagraph The first few lines could not have been more em ph ticallysaid by the most confirmed local optionist but the last few lines change the subject and refer to the sa oon as being conducted for the bet te ment of mankind During all these Washsin ton county can you name a single in stance in which the saloon proved a blessing to mankind We believe that it should be made a intoxicatedeli erately overthrow his reason and rend r himself a dangerous factor in sow gladlyws vere penalties tor such offenses and a regardtoSome men can stay drunk year in and year put on three drinks a day Then in view of this fact and in view Iof the language in the above paragraph which favors the passage of laws pro viding severe penalties forlIthe offense of intoxication let us propose that a Jaw be enacted making it a heavy pen alty for a saloonkeeper or other liquor dealers to sell more than a quarter of a pit of intoxicating liquors to the same man dfrrfng each day and let the man rwho buys it Vp compelled to drink it or Ispill it the day he buys it This would prevent hording up fobig drunks on special occasions Then you see thelburden would fall on the fellow who had the money to pay his fine t there was any drunkenness during the day and not upon the Poon fellow who has a wife and children at home suffering probablystarvingbecause of his inebnaty ffd For the evils to winch we have re ferred prohibitory laws have proven no remedy and even if they should be en forced we believe are dangerous to liberty but the suggestions that we haveIthe countries of Continental Europe cvigsuch laws without giving offense save to those who by common consent are havingdone placedeIf prohibitory laws are dangerous to libertywhisky prohibitory laws then why are not other prohibitory laws dangerous to liberty The law against stealing it isadmitted is dangerous to the liberty of the theif just so also are the prohibitory laws in local option districts dangerous to the liberty of the blindtiger man We dont know anything about whisky in Continental Europe and we dont care a continental about whisky in Continental Europe What we are driying at right now is whisky in Washington county It will be seen from the last few lines of the abpve paragraph that the Liquor Dealers Association becomes emphatic again about condemning the poor drunkard Doesnt it seem in view of the fact that they furnish him the fire that starts the blaze that they ought to be more charitable toward him1 All things considered the meeting of the National Wholesale Liquor Dealers Association in Louisville last week was about the best thing that ever occurred in this State for Local Option And we hold that Mr Uri was exactly right about going into executive session if 1M ITh HBig Stores I Grand Clearance 4r SpringSale I I Goods I 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 1- W are slashing aces in ever We have also PemnantsanrfOddshi plainfiguresthe many bargains which we are offering in this sale Nothing charged at the prices quoted in this ad ii Good Calicoes 4c U r Best vh ff 5 C Fast Color Lawns 1 rd 4c Good Apron Ginghams 5c Yard wide Bleached Cottonsame P nt 1 12 I Dress Goods I t 38 inch all wool voile in colors 75c value 39c yard 36 inch all wool grey dress goods regular 50c grade 38c 36 inch cold mohaira 6Oc value 40c 36 inch all Wool black and white check IncDanishWhite Goods 7 2OO arils White Stripe Madras suitable fot Mens Shirts Ladies Underwear and Childrens Dresses regular price of whichoris 12Jc yard we offer to close out the lot for the absured price o- f74c Ask to see our line of India Linens and Persian Lawns Table Linens Napkins and Towels at COST for Fridays and Saturdays of each week of this sale t Clothing BargainsW- eare surely offering some of the greatest bargains ever seen in Mens and Boys Suits We have a lot these suits in one and two of a kind which we consider as remnants and offer same at ONE HALF PRICE All in good condition and good style Bargains in Mens Shirts We can not mention all the Bar gains we areoffering but invite you to call and we will gladly show you and quote prices We are also offering great reductions in Carpets Mattings and Wall Paper Robertson Bros y l 1 i TIE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 13 1906 P t hl SOc READYTOWEARSMRS WILLIAMS I am selling many of these Hats below cost I Local News Notes A little sop of J H Cheatham of the W oortssville section fell and broke his arm last week STRfYEoJas Coulter near Black Joh sons store lost a light bay mare two w eks ago Sore on left shoulder Info appreciatedi NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 4il 44 is old under a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roupe Cholera and Limberneck or your money will be refunded rAN OPERATION Mrs T Dudley Tapp Who has been ill of appendicitis for trie past ten days was taken to Louisville yesterday morning where In all an operation will be performed It is to be hoped that Mrs Tapp ill rapidly recover and hermany friend here ate anxiously awaiting the outeo e Hoii W C McChord wills Peat a next Saturday after fe1wick oclock The address before the AS of E local at that place Important NoticeAre your chick = ens silk R 41144 not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all druk stores DOG KILLED City Marshall Grace was oat on a dogkilling expedition yesterday and succeeded in killing about one dozen of the tagless creatu es It takes a tag to save your dog Mr Grace informs The Sun that ha is going to enforce this law to the letter and in fact all other laws Decently possed by the City Council On unday June 17th Dr GW Young will speak at Mackville at 1030 a m dat Willisburg at 330 p m Dr Yo jng is an old warhorse in the fight gainst whisky having devoted his life to this Work He is now superintend it of the Kentucky AntiSaloon League There is probably not a tem Pcrane orator in the South of greater ability jmd reputation than Dr Young- WEDDING ANNIVERSARy One hundred years ago yesterday Thos Lincoln and Nancy Hanks were married at Beechland in this county in a log cabin Tahe ceremony was se Head Peacon of the Methodist church The recordof the marriage together with tlhe preachers certificate are records of the County Clerks office in Springfield Mr having discovered them anumber of years ago since which time they have been guarcjed by that official as precious curios The local option meeting at Alt Z Ia3t13unday afternoon was largely much interest in the cause tendedtnnd was manifested by present Judge Thurman delivered principal address which greatly pleas the large audience Attorney Fred Grigsby was present and made a short talk hick was also appreciated by ti audience One man who attended the meeting said he made a special hunt for whisk men after the adjournment and that all that he found could be counted on thefingers of one hand with fingers to spate The Davies County Equity Warehouse Company was organized in Owensboro with a capital stock of 8000 none but members of the American Society of Equitjj can be stockholders in the con cernIThe object of the company is l handling the crop of Daviess county toof bacco Heretofore this tobacco pooled by themembers of the A S ot has ben handled through Louisvi wareh use company The tobacco have tome to the conclusion that will stve money by erecting a ware house and hauling and selling the to bacco irect from Owensboro Dr1 Jr MBurtonRES- IDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain cRbwN WORK A SPECIALTY rAll Dental Worjc Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office ii Hagon Block upskfi8q A PRETTY WEDDING Marriage of Miss Leachman to Mr Norman la Thurs day Evening i Distinctly the social eventof the season was the wedding of Miss Margaret Saundets Leachmen and Mr Crawford Royle Norman which was solemnized at Brookland the country home of Mr and Mrs W H Leachman last Thursday evening at 9 oclock Th ceremony which was that of the Episcopal church was performed by Dr T D Latimer of the Presbyterian church perrormedthe house being entirely covered by vines and crimson rambler roses The lightedbyImmediately preceding the ceremony Mr JSweetland of Knoxville Tenn whitkt party tea house to strains Lohengrins wedding march rendered by Miss McCabe on the piano and Miss Price on the violin The bride wore point d esprit over silk and tulle veil and carried a shower bouquet of white sweet peas and a pray er book Miss Elizabeth Leachman who was maid of honor and the only attendant wore a princesse dress ofsill mull and carried carnations Mr Per- cY Norman was best man After the wedding a short informal reception was held and an elegant lunch served to the guests after which Mr and Mrs Normanleft on a bridal toiir bearingwith them the God speeds and wellwishes of a host of friends Mr and Mrs Norman will reside at Knoxville where Mr Norman holds an important position The bride and groom received many handsome presents t Leb non ChautaquaNotes- j Mariofi county invites Washington county tb her feast of good things June 26 to July Some of the good things 1 Gov J C W Beckham June 30 2 Hon R W Miller June 0 3 J DeWitt Miller July6I 4S Capt Richmond P Hobson July 2 5 Chicago Glee Club July 35 6 Dr Geo R Stuart July 4 7 Father Francis Kelley June 2829 8 Capt Jack Crawford July 3 9 Pamahasikas Trained Birds and Dogs July 27 10 Rev Vm Spurgeon great English Preacher July 45 11 Hendrickson Magician July 6k 12 Welsh Prize Winners Quartett June 2629 13 J Ernest Woodland Scientist June 29 14 Moving Pictures and others of equal note June 2829 oBASE BAi4L TOURNAMENT Three games Campbellsville vs Lebanon t SPripgfeelall a July 2 Winners to play off champion edship July 4 sktnneed frominding towns and counties will compete COMPANYMany families will camp on the grounds This is the best w to enjoy the assembly Fine social time and is cheaper than staying at home and paying doctor bills Tents 10x12 feet 350 per season Lars tents in proportion Write L A Scqarce Lebanon Ky for tents and tent splice Come early and get choice lots forilesoldheysingle admission 25 cents An 80 page booklet containing cuts printedtribution in a few days Good boarding house and restaurants will be found on grounds and the Lebanon hotels will be prepared to take care of crowds All are inyited and will be welcomed and everY convenience for the welfare and comfort will be provided e i 00 eoel eoeOe ooeo eQeoe Io i a Personal Notes f e 0 eVisitorsRound Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 9 0oeOeoeOeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeOe Dr J C Mudd spent Saturday in Lebanon Mr F M Edwards of Lebanon Was here Friday on business trMr and Mrs Hugh McBlroy of Kansas City are the guasts of friends and relatives at this plac Mr H P McChord spent seve ali Jays at home last week Mrs Hugh Noe and son Stith have returned home after a visit to friends in Lebanon Miss Laura Baker who has been attending school at Bethlehem has re turned nameiMiss Nellie Greene has returned home from Nazareth where she alas been attending school beeneyearsisMr Will Haga and Miss Bertha Haydon were in Lebanon Friday Mrs R C B blitt has returned home after a visit to her daughser Mrs Louis Riedel of Tuylorsuille Miss Henrietta Spalding of LebaI non spent Friday with friends here LydiahMrs Ella Taylor and daughter of Maud were here shopping Friday Mr Bob Bland of Lebanon was hero Thursday night Mrs S B Thompson has returned to her hdme in Lebanon after a visit toI her daughter Mis T C Campbell at plat C Shader and Miss Katie Cain spent Saturday with friends in Lebanon = Miss Kate Putnam rid Mr Fardy visiteda the home of H Leach mtfn Friday MrW Dr V C Gr Bardstown was here Saturday on Mr Marshall Duncan is an Louis yille this week Miss Ellen Gregory who has been attending school at Harrods urg has returned home Miss Gertrude Shader is In Louisville this week andnchildren are in Louisville this week where they will assist in receiving the HomeComers Miss Mamie Knott will return home this week from Nazareth where she has been attending school Mr and Mrs Winchester Phillips of Lebanon spent Sunday with friends at this place rMiss Katherine Spalding of Leba non was here Sunday Mrs W E Selecmari and son Will spent Sunday with her daughter Mrs E Carl Litsey of Lebanon Mr and Mrs F M Edwards and children of Lebanon spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs H S Towler at this PlaceMessrs Bob Bland Logan Bosloy Gray Cleaver and Ray Goodin of Leb anon were here Sunday Mrs J W Riedel and children are spending a few days with her mother Mrs Mclntire of Louisville Mrs Lizzie Durrett has returned hjome after a visit to friends in Lbuis ville inomMiss Willie Knott is in Louisville this week The Misses Campbell arid Miss Lil aylie Simms were in Louisville this week = Dr J H Lampion is in Louisville this week erAir PT Haworth of Alexandria La is visiting Miss Nora Bonta at ijhe home of S H Bishop sLl SSS 818 Ss4s44i SS4OLS 4- 14SPECIAI II i PRICESL ON CARPETS WALL PAPER and LACE CURTAINS I We are overstocked on Axminister Velvet and Brussells Carpets and Art Squares and will make the lowest prices every made on these goods I i i Great Cloth lOg Sale For one LACE CURTAINS We have a large stock of Lace curtains 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 DontfaiJ to inspect these curtains when we put them on sale Mr and Mrs Douglas Thompson were called to Louisville by the illness of their son Miss Annie McChord who has been in Lexington for several reeks has returned home Mr John Clements of Lebanon was here one day last Week Miss Eddie Shader sperta few days in Louisville the week f Messrs George Colvin and Scott McCabe attended the ball game at Bloomfield Monday Messrs Frank Peters Shaker Robertson Wathen Simms Misses Fannie McElroy and Mabel Thompson attended the ball game in Bloomfield Monday Messrs Jim and Spalding Clements were in Louisville last week on business A H Robertson of B rds- tbwn is visiting friends and relatives at this place Mr Jack McChord who has been attending school at Danville is at home to spend his vacation v Mrs James McClure and childre- have returned home from High Grove They were accompanied home by her niece Miss Grace McClure Miss Susie Pope will be in Lebano- the last of the Week where she have a class of teachers in physical culture OUR DRINKS ARE lETTER THAN REFRESHING DELICIOUS i D NIi Our stock of is complete in eluding thenewcstthings in Gray 3 piece suits and Blue and Gray coat and pants suits also a full stock of Youths and Chil drens suitsor the pelt month we will make especially low prices on this entireIstock WallPaper Our stock of Wall Paper is too large for offeringit250 Paper 18c- hoc 1f4c Ic t t 1U- I24 II 812 v612 ocI j 7 l 5c If you needpaperriow 16 your oppor tunity to buy cheaper than ever before f DRY GOODS ETC We also wish to call ypur attention to our immense stock of Dry Goods Furnish ing Goods Shoes etc that we are offering at lower prices than can be bought else where Call and see us before making your purchase r Cunningham Duncan Mrs T J Conway is yisiting friends in Louisville this week j Mr Rob Marks who has been in Louisville for several weeks spent the first of the week with his parents here Miss Sadie Mayes is in Louisville this week assisting MIE and Mrs T Scott Mayes in entertaining the ex Washington countyians theguestIweek BROOKSVILLE We are having lots Of rain Most of the farmers have finished reseting to A C Pinkston and children visited Mrs John Armstrong Sunday Many from this place attended church at Hillsboro Sunday Mr Ptirdom Pinkston and Miss Lena Gibbs Mr Erastus Perkins and Miss Flossie Armstrong attended the Macca bee decoration at Willisburg Sunday Mr Tom Sharp of Mercer county is atnthis place There will be a party given near this place Thursday night at the home of Mr Andrew Anderson Everybody is comenWe are all in favor of local option Subscribe for The Sun JLOO year I MOORESVILLE 1IBorn since our last letter to the wife of Everett Weakley a girl Mr Claude Hendren wife and son iof Jeffersonville are visiting relatives here Mrs W OEllishas received a let ter from her sister Mrs Emma Dun Can who resides at Tulsa Indian Ter ritory that she would be at home dur ing Home earning Week She has been away twelve years Judge I H Thurman will address the at New Hope church next Sun day on local option Owen and John Ellis spent last Sat urday and Sunday with their sister Mrs Hardin at Bloomfieldj Mr Ben Pile and his daughters Misses Lily and Emma are visiting in Louisville 1 Miss Eva Hendren of Jeffersonville is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Jeff Smith i Mrs James Cull and daughter Miss OHye and Mrs Thos Sweeney and two little granddaughters Misses Elizabeth Sweeney and Mary Wood Houstonrt dined with Mr Jeff Smith and family Monday Misses and Fannye Rhodes of j Woodlawn SundayMiss visited their sister Mrs and Myrtle Maurice and Claude Car ney visited Mr Lafe Carney last Satur day and Sunday piii TTTi T2LLI TJTJT JTTWerun out of bottles and cases and could not fill our orders last week outWeSOMEBODY IS DRINKING OUR GOOODS ordersWeexpectedTQUALITY AND PURITYHA VE WON US FRIENDS OT- HERSSOZOKOLA Month R people OUR DRINKS ARE SETTER Till tTMERS RED ROCK 4 NO DOPE W ALCOHOL 1 iTN2 SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE lJi 1906 Isp fi4 f 1 i f K jIf I i iJ J of r Beverly II K Graustarkii 4 jJ t i r J I ir t i i1 ti r 1fi ie CHAPTER XVIII was speechless InfVEnLY your highness os deep nf olojgy hi Ravone Is woefully misinformed He Is honest In his bo list and you should not misjudge his motives How he could have been BO blind as to confound inIwith that frisky American girl bucI beg your parddn She Is to be your guest A thousand pardons your highnesswShe ifad been struck dumb by the wording of the note but his apparently sincere apology for his friend set her every emotion Into play once more While he was speaking her wits were forming themselves for conflict She opene the campaign with a bold at tack You you believe mo to be the princess sure enough dont ou But with all her bravery she WQSJot bHowness Would I be serving you In the present capacity If I believed you to be any one else 1 Ravones warning has not shaken pour faith In me NothingIcouldaltlr bavc not since we left Gaulook been In doubt as to the Identity of my bene iItling around the ousji Ill come straight youmownjQraustark What he exclaimed drawing back in well assumed horror Do you menn rare you Jesting I beg of you do JIot Jest It is very serious with me his alarm was so genuine that she was completely deceived I am not Jesting she half whiM- Pered turtilng Very cold Have you printIicess that I asp Grenfall Lorrys wife You told me that you were the prlii Less But Ive never said that 1 was was any ones wlfe There was a piteous appeal In her jroice and he was not slow to notice it fcnd rejoice Then his heart smote him But what is to become of me It you 4re not the princess 1 he asked after Ji long pause I can no longer serve ou This is my last day in the castle guard mennjouIce she hastened to sny I shall Keep my promise to you How small aid humble she was beginning to feel- S did not seem so entertaining after a1 this pretty deception of hers Down- i his heart underneath the gallalt ex rlor what was his opinion of her1 Something was stinging her eyes fierce she closed them to keep back the tears of mortification Miss Calhoun he said his manner eh ngingj swiftly I have felt from the I1111tGraustark I knew it an hour after I entered Edelweiss Franz gave me a at Ganlook but I did not read it until I was a member of the guard You lave known it so long she cri 2d Joyously And you have trustee me You have pot hated me for de eel youftnever ceased to regard yo as toy sovereign he said softly Put Just a moment ago you spoke of sateiresentfully 1 have used thatterm but once While I have said your highness a thousand times Knowing that yo were Miss Calhoun Icould not have meant either 1 fancy I have no right to criticise she humbly admitted Af tier all it does not Surprise me that you wer not deceived Only an imbecile coul have been fooled all these weeks Ev ery one said that you were no fool I seems ridiculous that it should have gone to this length doesnt it Vot at all your highness I am notYou have the habit I see she smiled the yet to serve pas Besides am under orders to regard you as tho princess General Marlaux has given me t1outhe lend she demanded more beenA sn guard I have To alter my belief pu licly would expose the toto- T what Baldos- T ridicule for one thing and to the gene ous mercies of Count Marlanx Best es it would deprive me of the priNl egO I mentioned a moment ngo the right to kiss your hand to be your slave and to do homage to the only yoPwillonly joys that life holds for me You have sought to deceive me and I have deceive you Each has found theoter out so we are quits May we verylaudIf the world doesnt know that we longdfawnmore t musing I nj afraid there was a touch of J00l old Mme sarcasm in at retaark lt K r s1 li1 rt iBy W 6 OR6E BARR MGUTrEON h Author of Gruitark t1at at DoddJr tt t = f i l t she snliIYes T am willing to continue the comedy It seems the safest way to protect you especial y from General Marlanx No one must ever know Baldos It would be al solutely pitiful I am glad oh so gl d that you have known all the time It re lieves my mind and my weasel nee tremendously Yes he said gently I bar known Lorrysifeand she flushed hotly You are still a princess however A hunter can only look upon therich American girl as a sovereign whom he must worship from far below Oh Im not rich as all that she cried Besides I think It Is time for mysteriesAreeric or that other one Chrlstobal some ody Come be fair with me It seems that all Edelweiss looks upon me as a prince in disguise You found me in the hills No you found me I have not for gotten sir fugitiveMylore no home Why every one should suspect me of b lng a prince I cannot understand Ev ry roamer In the hills uponmycapture of eye y man who was with me in the pass My name is Paul Bul dos Miss CalhoUn There is no mystery in that If you were to mention qUICld1Dndunknown to the people who are search ing for him No you highness I re destroytheroyal blood Perhaps I ana spoiling a pretty romance put It cannot be help ed I was Bnldbs the goat hunter I am now Baldos the guard Do you think that I would be serving as a Graustnrk guard If 1 were any one of the men you mention 1Beverly listened In wonder and some disappointment it must be confessed Somehow a spark of hope was being forever extinguished by this straightforward denial He was not to be the prince she had seen In dreams You are not like any one else she said That Is why we thought of you us n8ns As one of those unhappy creatures they call princes i Thank fortune your highness I am not yet reduced to such straits My exile will come only when you send me wary They were spent forin long time Neither was thinking o the hour or the fact that per absence In the ensUe could not be unnoticed Night hud fallen heavily upon the earth The two faithful chair bearers respectful but with wonder lu their souls stood afar ofr and waited Baldos and BeV- erly were alone in their own little world I think I liked you better when you wore the red feather and that horrid patch of black she said musingly And was a free hearted vagabond he added something imploring in his voice An Independent courtier If you severelyUDo you want me to go back to the hills I have thej patch and tIle feather andmy friends are Nol Dont suggest such a thing yet She began the protest eagerly and ended It in confusion banuIshmcnt is not unlikely You dont expect to be a guard all your life do you Not to serve the Princess of Grau highdcrown hte f love the throne I would kneel before Is a heart the I would follow Is In the slender luuul of n woman I could live and die In the service of my own choosing but am only the hunt phantomspotence That was beautlfuh murmured Beverly leaking up fascinated for the moment enllatie felt tip danger Inhls voice half tremu loyaltybof Infant Jeopardy It was fire that she WLS with she realized with a start of consciousness Sweet as the spell had grown to be she saw that It must be shattered It is getting frightfully late she sharply exclaimed Theyll wonder octuaJJydprkrIt has been dark for halt an hour your highness sold he drawing him ditresseds i to the castle Yes Theyll have out a searching party pretty soon If I don1appear todayho merit the kindness Let mey MOh please ilnnt talk In fliof bumble way Its ridiculous Id rather have ryou absolutely impertinent I declare upon my nonori worn non t you remember how you talked when you wore the red feather Well I liked It Bnldos laughed easily happily His heart was not very bumble though hs voice and mann r were Red Is the c for of Insolence you mean1 Its a good deal untlerthan blue she declared Before you call the bearers Mls your highness I wish to retract some thing I said awhile tfgo lie said very seriously I should think you would she responded utterly misinterpreting his In tent You asked me to tell you What my message to Ravone contained and I refused Subsequently the extent of his message to me led us Into a most otllyJustwhat I said to him fitrust you Baldos she protested simply That Is why I tell this to you Yes terday your highness the castle guard received their months pay You may not know how well we are paid so I will say that It Is 10 gavvos to each The envelope which I goes to Ravono o contnlned my wages for tho past six weeks They need It tar more than I do4There was also a short note of good cheer to those poor comrades o mine and the assurance that one da our luck may change and starvation be succeeded by plenty And stilt more I told him that I knew yell to b Miss Calhoun and that you were my angel of Inspiration That was all your highness Thank you Bnldos for telling me she said softly You have made me ashamed of myself On the contrary I fear that I have been Indulging In mock heroics Truth and egotism like a salad require a certain amount of dressing Sfhce you are Baldos and not a fafry prince I think you may Instruct the men to carry the back being without the magic tapestry which could transplant me lira whiff Goodness whos that Within ten feet of the sedan and directly behind the tull gjjard at oat Bevrheard their approach How long they had been silent spectators of the lJttl scene only the Intruders knew Th startled abashed eyes of the girl In the chair were not loug In distinguish- Ing the newcomers A pace in front of the others stood the gaunt shadowy form of Count Marlaux Belilnd him were the Princess Ye the the old prime minister and Baron Dangloss CHAPTER XIX good evening Is that 1WlnY struggled somewhat sterICaIlY through Beer lips Not since the dear old days of the stolen Jam and sugar bits had she known the feelings of a culprit caught red handed The light from the part lamps revealed a me accusing smile on the face of Yetiy but the faces of the men were serious1 Marlanx was the picture of suppressed fury It Is the relief expedition yournlgh ness sold Yetive warmly MWe thought you were lost In the wilds of the Jungle She Is much better protected tba we could have Imagined said the Iron Count malevolently mild and polite Cant I venture Into the park with out icing sent for asked Beverly ready to fly Into the proper rage The pink hud left her cheeks white I am proud to observe however that the theIstark Is tIleroi any significance tPbe attached circumstance Cant we also go strolling In the park ray dear plaintively asked Ye tlve It depends upon where we stroll I fancy suggested Marlaux derisively Beverly flashed a fierce look at th head of the army By the way Baro IncompurubJeHu Baldos shot a startled glance at the comnrehen810nof Hud ans constant companionship An expression of bitter scorn sett mumbledia ell sarcastically I am returning to the eastlesuld Beverly coldly Tray dont let Interfere with your stroll Ors it possible that you think It necessary deliver me safely to my nurse how tit you have found me Dont be angry dens whispered Yetlve coming close to her side I will tell you all about It later on It was all due to Count Marlaux It was all done to humiliate me replied Beverly Indignation surpnssi contusion at last I hate all of you Oh Beverly whispered the princess In distress Well perhaps 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line ever brought to Springfield At Prices Low enough o astonish the trade We have a complete line of all kinds of vehicles But if you want I H HARNISSi I or or we can 1Cheap nts at satisfactory prices IWELLS BROTHERS 818 eIDaily Herald and Sun 2 BEVERLY OF GRAVSTAR By GEOReX BARR MCUTCHEONJ Author of Graustark TCopyright flwi bji Dodd Mead and Ormpanw everslnce we lejolneu iim Coujn ate have heard No on nulte agreeable nnfthln1disagreeable All this g at attention a few paces otTla model sol dier despite the angry shifting o fhis black eyes He saw that they hud been caught Ina most unfortunate position No amount of explaining could remove the impression that haul been forced upon the witnesses voluntary or iii voluntary as the case might be Bat dos could do nothing to help her while she was compelled to face the suspN cidns pf her best friends At best It could be considered nothing short of a clandestine meeting the consequences of which she must suffer not he In his heater brain he was beginning to picture sc mdal with all he disgusting details th t grow out of vii misrepresentation Count Halfont tted himself from the group of three and advanced to the sedan chair Marlanx und Dan gloss were arguing earnestly In low tonesShall we return your highness asked Halfout addressing both with one of his rarest smiles If I remoiu ber aright we were to dine en famille tonight and It is well upon the hour Besides Count Marlanx is a little dis tressed by your absentmindedness Miss Beverly and I fancy he Is eager to have It out with My absentmindedness What Is It that I have forgotten asked Beverly puckering her brow JTtiats the trouble dear said Ye tive You forgot your promise toteach him tow to play that awful game call ed p ker He has waited for you at the castl since 0 oclock It Is now 8 Is it any wonder that be led the searching party He has been on nettles for an hour and half- Goodness Ill wager hes in a tem per exclaiimed Beverly with no remorse but some apprehension It would be wisdom to apologize to him suggested Yeti e and her micle nodded earnestly All right think I can get him into good humor without half trying Oh Count Marlaux Come here please You arent angry with me are you Wasnt it awful for me to run away and leave you to play solitaire instead of poker But dont yoiifjuiow I was so wretchedly tired after the ride and I knew you wouldnt mind If I and so she ran glibly on completely fore stalliugvr him to the secret amusement of the others Nevertheless she was nervous aiij embarrassed over the sit uation There was every reason to fear that the Irou Count had heard and OPIUIIondeep sen fof shame was taking possession of her Marlanx smiling significantly looked Into her brave little face and permitted her to talk on until she hud run out of breath and composure Then he bowed with exaggerated gallantry and informed her that he was hers to command and that it was not for him to forgive but to accept whatever was her gracious pleasure He called upon uptheirher mind end concluded to walk to the castle And so they started off the chair going ahead as if out of com nUssioii forever Despite her efforts to do so the American girlfeeling very much abused by the way was unsuccessful in the attempt to keep the princess at her side Yetlve delib erately walked ahead with Halfout and Daugloss It seemed to Beverly that they walked unnecessarily fast and that Marlanx was provokliigly slow Bnldos was twenty paces be hind as was his custom Is It necessary for me to ask you to double the number of lessons I am to have Marlanx asked lie was quite too close side to please Beverly Cant you learn In one lesson Most Amerlcai s think they know all about poker aft r the first gamerI am r ot so quick witted your high ness Far be It from me to hccelerate your witSi Count Marlanx It might not be profitable You might profit by losing you know hp ventured leaning still closer Poker Is not the only game of chance It was chance that gave me a winning band this evening I dont understand It shall be my pleasure Ito teach you in return for Instructions I am to have I have tried to teach your excellent guard one phase of the game He has not profited fear He has keen blind enough to pick a losing hand In spite of my advice It is the game of hearts Beverly could not but understand She shrank away with a shudder Her wits did not de sort her however I know the game she said steadily Ones object Is to cast off alt the tyrarts I have been very lucky at the game Count Marlanx Uump1 was his Ironical comment Ah Isnt this a night for loVers he went on changing tack suddenly To stroll In the shadows whore even the moon Is blind Is a joy that love alone provides Come fair mistress share this joy with mo With thathIs hand closed over her soft arm above the elbow and she was drawl close to his side Beverlys first shock of revulsion was succeeded by the distressing certainty that Bn1 doa was a hclilftss wltncss of this iii dignity SIH tried to Jerk her arm awny but Fie held It tight Release my arm sir she cried hoarse with passion Call your champion my lady It will moan his death have evidence that will Insure his conviction andtr ecutlon within an hour Nothing could save him Call him I shy and I will call him He Is sworn protector and I wllicomnmntl him to you down If you dont away she linked stopping decisively At his peril Baldos she called without a sec onds hesitation The guard came up with a rush just as Marlaux released her arm mill felt away with a muttered imprecation Your hirhnedsr cried Baldos who had witnessed everything Are you afraid to die she demand led brietly taut clearly Nor I1ht Is 1118he said sudtlenlytalm- I merely wanted to prove it to Count Marlaux Tact had come to her re lief most opportunely Like a flash she saw that a conflict between the com dlsns1trollS i J Stop almost shrieked TJcrcrtj Baldos She saw through the Iron Counts rUse ns if by divine Inspiration and profited where he least expected her to excel In shrewdness Marlanx pang deliberately invited the assault by the guard His object had been to snare Baldos Into his own undoing and a horrible undoing it would have been One blow would have secured the desired result Nothing could have saved the guard who had struck his superior otHcer but Beverly thought In time To die Is easy your highness You have but to a kit of me said Baldos whose face was white and drawn She has no intention of demanding such pleasant sacrifice observed Count Marlapx covering his failure skillfully Later on perhaps she may sign your death warrant I am proud to hear sir that a member of my corps has the courage to face the evitable even though he be an alien and unwilling to die on the field of bat tie You have my compliments sir You have been on Irksome duty 011 several hours and must be fatigued as well as hungry A soldier suffers many deprivations not the least of which Is starvation in pursuit of his calling Mess Is not an unwelcome relief to you after all these arduous hours You may return to the barracks at once The princess Is tinder my care for the remainder of tlie campaign Baldos looker first at her and thou at the sarcastic old general Yethe and her companions were waiting for them at the fountain a hundred yards ahead You may go Baldos said Beverly Ih low tones I am not tatiguednorbe began eagerlyGo marled Marlanx Am to repeat a command to you Do you ig= fore the word of your mistress 1 There was a significant sneer in the way he said It Mistress gasped Baldos his eye blazing his arm half raised Count Marlanx Implored Beverly drawing herself to her full height and staring at him likea wounded thing humbly implore you notto miscon strue the meaning of the term your tjlghness said the count affably Ah von have dropped something Permita- uo It Is a note of some description think He stooped quickly too quickly and recovered from the ground at her feet iiie bit Of11nper which had fallen from lies hand It was theuote from Ilavoue to Buldos which Beverly had forgotten in the excitement of the encounter Count Marlanx give me that pa pelt demanded Beverly breathlessly s it a love letter Perhaps it is intended for inc At any rate your highness It is sate against my heart for the time being When we reach the castle I shall be happy to restore 1L Its safer With me Come we one way and have you not gone sir In his most sarcastic tone to the guard Bevrly was trembling No I have not and shall not pro until wee you obey the command of her highness She has asked you for that piece of paper said Baldos standing squarely In front of Marlaux Insolent dog Do you mean to question myi Give over that paper If you strike me fellow It will be If I strike you It will be to kill Count Marlanx The paper sir Bal dos towered over the Iron Count and there was danger In his daredevil voice Surely slrI am but obeying your own Instructions Protect thin princess and all that Is hers with your life you have said to me tblS11Blltloscre precious note your highness with my condolence to the writer Marlanx passed the note to her and then looked triumphantly at the guard I dare sayyou have done all you can sir Do you wish to add anything more What can one do when dealing with his superior and Unds hits a despicable coward said n Idoswith cool Irony You are reputed to be a bravo sol dier I know that to be false or I would ask you to draw the sword you carry and He was drawing his sword as he spoke Baldos Implored Beverly Her evident doucem Infuriated Marians In his heart lie knew Baldos to be a man of superior birth and a foeman not to be despised from Ills own sta tion Cari011a by passion he flashed Its sheath You I1qe drawn on me sir he snarled I must defend mystL- against even such as you You will find thntl am no xoward Time is short for your gallant lover madam Before she could utter a word of pn test the blades had clashed stud thcv were hungry for blood It was dark In the shadows of the tries and the trio were quite alone with their tragedy She heard Baldos laugh recklessly Inj response to Mari nxs cryof Oh the shame of fighting with such carrion as you Dont jest at a time like this count said the guard softly IlememUc that I lose no matter which way goes If you kill ine I lose if I ItI you I lose Remember vyou can have me shot for Insubordination and conduct unbecoming Stop almost shrieked Beverly At the risk ofjersonal Injury she rushed between the two swordsmen Both drew back and dropped their Not a dozen passes had been I beg your highness madeI mured Baldos but he did his sword He forced it upon me cried Mar lanx triumphantly You were wi ness to it all I was a fool to let It go as far as this Put up your sword u til another dayif that day ever comes to you I IIlIe will have you shot for this Baldos cried Beverly In her terror Baldos laughed bitterly Tied and blindfolded too your highness to prove that he is a brave riiun and not a coward It was short but it was sweet Would that you had let the play go on There was a spice in it that made life worth living and death wdrth the dying Have you other corn manUs for me your highness Iris manner wits so cool and defiant thdfl she felt the tears spring to her eyes Only that you put up your sword and end this miserable affair by going to your your room It is punishment enough Tomor rows execution can be no harder Marlanx had been thinking all thlI time Into his soul came the thrill of triumph the consciousness of naughty power He saw the chance to benefit by the sudden clash and he was not slow to seize it Never fear my man he said ens fly It wont li e as had as that I can well afford to overlook your Indiscrx tion of tonight There will be no exe cution as you call It Thistvas an affair between then not between man and the state Our gracious referee is to be our judge It is for her to par don and to condemn It duos very pretty while It lasted and you are too good a swordsman to be shot Go our way Baldos and remember nwas1 f Marlanx the man not Marlaux the general As your superior officer npo1theprincess You will always find me ready to fight and to die for 1ersaid Baldos gravely Do you think out can re Vember that Count Marlanx I have an excellent memory said the count steadily With a graceful salute to Beverly Baldoa turned and walked aviary In the darkness A perfect gsntleiuan Miss Calhoun but a wretched soldier said Marlanx grimly l He is a hero she said quietly a great calmness coming over her Do you mean It when you say you are not going to have him punished lie did only what a mnn should do and II glory In his folly I may as well tell you point blank that you alone can save him He lies not deserve leniency It is in my pow er and It Is Ry jrorlmv to have him utterly destroyed not titlv for this nigiifs work but for other and better reasons have positive proof that lie Is a spy lIe knows I have this proof That Is why he would have killed me Just now It Is for you to say whether hey shall mpet the fate onsp or go unscathed You have but to exchange promises with me and the estimable guardsman goes free but he gos from Kdclwoiss forever Today he met tfie enemys scouts in the tills as you know quite well Messages were ex changed secretly which you do not know of course Before another day is gine I expect to see the results tot his treachery There may be manifes tations tonight You do not believe me but wait and see If I am not right lie Is one of Gabriels cleverest spies do not believe It Xou shall not accuse him of such things she cried Besides if he Is a spy why should you shield him for my sake Dont you owe It to Graustark to expose Here Is the prlucess said he se ready Your highness addressing Yetlve MIss Calhoun has a note which she refuses to let any one read but you Now my dear young lady you may give It Ujrectly Into the hands of her highness Continued next week n WORMSAll chit dreg cods plain fre ntly oi theirlito m 0 hurt IIand that they fdontfeelgoodII This con 4 dition is 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secrete bile r In factI nerve force is the 10 power that runs youpbody so rsjf you feel wornout irritable pus cannot sleep or eat- Well have pain or misery hywhere your nerves are Peak and your system ruh qown To restore this vitality take Dr Miles Nervineivhich will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For eighteen Dr Miles Nervine and AntiPain Pills have been my close companion In mar Tied life children my serves became all wornoutcould not sleep had hO appetite indigestion very bad afcd had such awful dizzy s Then I Megan using Dr Miles Nervine an4 at once I began to im prove and soon found myself in perfect health S L YOUNG 224 Plttaburg St New Castle Pa yourdrugp1sttint bottle vylll benefit Jf It falls he moneyMilei Elkhart Ind I fDEEP CREEK It is true that the little vicinity of Deep Qreek has been silent for quite a while but its correspondent is still awake so will now make its appearance inthe columns of the Sun Since our last let er from this vicinity all around here have been enjoying good health and still contjimie the same Tobacco raiseis here ate getting along nicely with their crops All of them I believe hays got their plants set Mr and Mrs George Elliott and Mr and Mrs WB Carpenter and little sin Reed Thompson went fishino Chaplin river last Friday and returned with a lot of fish We are awaiting with anxiety th coming lecture of Bro Walden which to be held at Beech Grove Sunday Mr J H Elliott and son John are at work near Perryville building a large tobacco ibarh for Mr Wade Mrsf npie Arnold and daughter were at the bedside of her daUgh terinlalw Mrs Creek Arnold wh is quite ill1 Mr and Mrs Woodsie Coyle spent Sunday with the latters father who is sick v The Sunday afternoon Singing whirl has beets going from house to hous each Sunday came to Mr J HJ Elliots last Sunday with a good crowd There will he no singing at any house Sunda Juhe 17 but it is reported that there will be one at Beech Grove before th arrival of Bro Walden who is to de liver a lecture at 3 oclock that after no6n The many relatives and friends of Uncle Jake Cocanougher here were much grieved to learn of his death which occurred Jast week Those that attended the Singing tt MrJ H Elliotts Sunday from Boyl county were Mr Newton Bradley and sister Miss Eva and those from Texas were Mr Sye Lawrence and daughter Miss Josie and Miss Effie EdwardsI Your correspondent with her brother John were in Danville Monday to at tend the commencement of the Ken tucky school for the Deaf and whtl there called upon several of my old friends Sorg Muscles Prominent athletes throughout thei country find that the best treatment for sore muscles after severe exercise or hard work of any kind is a hot bathat bed time which opens the pores This should immediately be lowed with application of lains Pain Balm vigorously rubbed into the skin This removes all stiffness and sorenessand has become a favorite rub down as it acts promptly and the niuscles n excellent coft dition Forsale by every reliable deal er in theBlueGrasWILLISBURG There was a large crowd out to Maccabee decoration last Sunday after noon They were much disappointed that Messrs Mayes and Neikirk were not here to speak for us on the occasion Miss Mary Bell Gibbs has returned home from Harrodsburg where she has been attending school Miss Mayme Merritt spent Sunda with fri tllds at HiIlsborQ Miss Annie Sutton spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Viola Vice Mrs W B Shirley and Miss Blanche Shirley spent Wednesday at the home of Wm Goodleet near Polin Floyd Forrel of is spending a few weeks with his mother Mrs Cla y Ferrelat this placetIWill Simms and family and Ed Crouch and wife spent Sunday At the home of of WL Jenkins at this place Fronk Ash mid family of Pulliam Ky speijt Sunday with the latters mothar Mrs C R Cheatham Misses Taviee and Valeria Goodiett and Bessie Drury visited relatives here one dfty last week Miss Art a Sutton spent one day 1a week with her grandmother Mrs Nora McIlvoy Dr John Sutherland is spending this week in Louisville Messrs Lester and Leo Gibbs Homer Hughes Fred Sutherland and Lloyd Einkaton spent Wednesday Louisville John Turner was in Harrodsburg Monday Sam Yeager and wife were in Spring field Monday Mrs Mary McIlvoy is spending a few weeks with her daughter Mrs Tom Noel Mrs Jim Trent is visiting her par eats in Louisville this week Outwits The Surgeon- A Complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bow els had reduced Mrs Thos S Austi- o Leavenworth Ind tosuch a deplo- a le condition that her doctor advised fearingfataltric Bitters tint to tie amazement of all who knew her this medicine completely cured her Gauranteed cure f bilioasneajaundice ors e poisoninBestHoydens drug store Try it The Sun and the Louisville Daily HeralU both papers 2one year Subscribe for The Sun 100 yea EM Waldens Dates Local oPflea speaking by W P Vial den1 Fair View June 24 330 p rm Thompsonville July 1 3p rri Antioch July 8 330 p m Texas July 22 330 p m These meetings are for one and all Come and bring someone with you WILLISBURG Left from last week obinson C of Bardstown are ofnthe Christian church at this placq The church has also been overhauled and a understande aresgoing to build a new church at this place Rev Walden and Judge Thurm an spoke to a large audience at Glens Creek last Sunday evening to the de light of everyone Quite a number of people attended the decoration at Fairview last Wednesday Rev 3 A Simms attended the meet jlng at Fairmount church last Saturday Mrs Henry Scott is quite ill at this writing Lebeanon spent Saturday and Sunday with W P Merritt and family homeYafter ajn extended visit to his brother IndeThe little infant of LV Jenkins 15 quite sitk at this writing The Very Best Remedy for Bowjel Trouble Mr M F Borroughs an old and wet known president of Bluffton Ind says GhoPeJra Remedy as the very bes remedy for bowel trouble t 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 tli Blue Grass eRemarkable Record Kentucky Standard On the first o last November Mr W IL Hays o Bloomfield purchased twelve ewes fo 63 He raised therefrom tWenty four lambs which were sold to McMakin Tucker last Tuesday The total weight of the lambs was 2215 pounds or an average of about 92 pounds per head Seventysirwere e twelve ewes at thirty cents per pound This with the lamb makes a totalin come from the ewes f 167 or nearly 14 perhead The mbs were of very fine quality and we it in on the firs delivery Mr Hays is greatly elite over his success and is wondering why so many farmers complain that sheep raising does not pay eATexas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats wire 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 alddoctors wheyn ery for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and a completely cured Only sure Coug and Cold cure Gaiiranteed by C J Hayden Druggist 50c and 1 Tri bottle free SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN = Under This head nil persons who are sat- scribers to The Sun may insert free of c1l1r advertisements of wheat corn oath mid other farm products stock etc for sale or wanted Laud for tale or for rout not included but serted in another dqpartmout of the paper very low rates Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a black mare by her side one good steer calfeight geese stand a good sow and pigs Robert Thompson Willisburg R F D No 1 has for sale two number one milk cows also three sows and pigs B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow J D Sutherland Springfield Rt 3 has for sale 1000 30 boards Henry Hickerson Mackville has for sale four head of twoyearold steers of good grade Robert Mayes Springfield has for sale some Belgian hares Price redsonable Come and see them B J Cecil Rout 2J has for sale a young Diiroc boarthoroughbred WHITE HALL The petfple are very busy Plowin corn renfathercounty visitsfriendsJ H Hayes Was in Springfield last Tuesday on business Lonsr Tennessee Fight For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writesuThe swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I bega applying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling to disappear never to re atG A Pecular Case JElizabcthtown News W D Gallo way took a girl Flora from the Orphans Home who was six years of age to raise He and his wife who were childless became attached to her and both promised her if she would live t with them until 21 years of age that they would give her all their property at their death She lived with them until 22 years of age and then married Two years ago Mrs Galloway died and a few days after her death on May 10 1904 Mr Galloway wrote to the girl who was then sick in Louisville and told her about the death of his wife and her funeral and in the course of his letter stated that hispeople did not care for him and used the expression When I die all I have left is yours Mr Galloway himself died some six months ago and his father claimed his asIwhich consists of 6000 in money The girl then made claim to the estate claiming that the letter written to her which was wholly written to her by the deceased and dated and signed by him was a hollographic will and that she Was entitled tothe estate under the let ter of May 10 1904 On yesterday the parties and their attorneys met in Horse Cave to settle the dispute over the es tate which they compromised by letting David Galloway the father one thou sand dollars and giving the other 5000 to the now Mrs Ed Burks law seems totJequTEe OLHarfvnleoThe without re is wholly written by the writer and di recting the mapner in which his money is to go after his death may be probated aSJl will although the instrument is not witnessed and under this rule let formstassHon W L Porter of Glasgow represented David Galloway the father reproecase tlement Bond Clerk Suspender Louisville Ky June 111rs Nat nie A Canlvrell who has for 13 year been bond clerk In the Ome of the ccl lector of customs Is tinder temporary suspension pending the Investigation of charges by he treasury itopirtmtnt to the effect that Mrs Qardwell has made careles entries Storm in Central Kentucky heavyxover cen tral Ken achy doing ranch damage Telephone lines were broken destroy ing the connections with outlying din tricts Trees and fences were blow down and many buildings damaged DeaddThe re mains of James W Carter who de at the Sheepshcad Bay race track Monday arrived here and will be in ferret In the Lexington cemetery Car ter wus assistant to Robert Tucke trainer for Capt V Harry Brown rcOrder to Hold Mall Lexington KyJune 1Tire loco post office authorities have received notice from Washington to hold up all mail addressed to the Southern status Investment Co and its successor the American Reserve Bond Ciand huni dreds of letters are held Tobaccollet was a moreaofferings there being a total of 301 hhds Of these 217 hhds were burley mid 57 hhds dark Prices ranged rom f5it5 to 12 for new burley arid from 415 tp 625 for dark seLexington Ky 1Itae tPnf John railtgineerin Kentucky State college has accepted a similar position with the university of Illinois at Champaign ill One man at u itttil making machine do s the work or lOOO old tltne nail makers Prince Henry Will Certainly Start FranUfortontheMain June 1 Prince Henry of Prussia one of the first entries for the Herkomer auto mobile touring competition from Frankfurt to Vienna by way of Mu nlch has sent wprd to the committee that he ccretainly will start Worthington For Governor Little Rock Ark June 1The re publican state convention nominated John L Worthington Harrison county for governor and decided to refrain from mafclng nominations for otii state officers to be voted upon In Sep tember election Party Nominates gPhlladelphla June 1The state con vention of the Lincoln party nominated Lewlrs governor Ru generaldternal affairs E A Carat 0 Will Take No Further Steps Boise Ida pine 1It was deftnit- ly decided by the attorneys for the dc fense of Mover Hay woOl and Petti bone cases that pending th United States supreme court decision they stepsnW P Swope of Owen county has announced his candidacy for the nomi SeventhDcmocratic jf f TreatI3 II AUNT SALLY is an old fashion loaf of that rich Ii brown delicious Salt Rising that we remember so well when we were children The kind thatone piece called F I for another and still our craving appetites seemed hardly gratified really good try it iBy none except the u AuntSallld if you want the Sold in Springfield exclusively by I t McELROY BROS rr i1ttl fft WI1rwf11 4is certain to present itself When it does say the words youve r3ilonged for so long to say At the same time present the lady with a Idvely diamond ring Youye sure to be the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it I beautifulI i J T 1fj i Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern w Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi Aaod Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES CALDWELL LELAND HOMEt D WCBt President A Genl Msnager Seoyt Asst Gen 7reaa1IftIC nSpringfild Market r Haras SIde312Hc v par pound 1ButterISe to 20c per pound Chickens UensiHo Spring 9c Dried apples 5cper pound Ducks 8c per pound Corn Meal 76c to per bushel Eggsilk per dozen Feathers per pound i Flour2SOto 6insauR 37T 0 per poundMOraln wiiwjt V ortrn ftv Oats JLardlOeMill products Bran 80 shipstnff 5100 per pounds Sslt5l4Fnnr OnionsSIPO SMfi per barrel tITurkeys per pniml TllIk per txwnd IWoolCountry Svrghuu4tie to GIO Ar0e a pelc Commissioners Sale Monday June 25 1906a W E Selecman Etc Plaintiffs vs Coleman Stigall Defendants By virtue of a and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court 1906inof 1272 with interest at the rate of six per centum per annum from the 18th day of April 1905 until paid I shall to offer for sale at the Court- House door in Springfield Ky on Mon day June 25 1906 at 2 oclock p nv daytolicauction upon q crcdit of six months 11orlittle Beech in Washington county Ky n on west by dirt Toad leading from Turn pike to Beech Fork on northwest and north by said dirt road and WT Stig all to Beech Fork also on north by Beech Fork to John Polins line Amount 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 palejudgment Bidders will be prepared toJ comply promptly with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W C CI Herald AND SUN 200 t FAOPPORTUNITY Sweethearts JAS GRA CQ1rcommunication jlT PotnWcotCIuntrvSfcC or Daily The PublisherstC- laimsSus1aine e qLAIM8ThoDictionaryallcgothat ItIsInfnetthopopu Ineverydetailthe purpose of adapting It to meet larger and severer requirements of another genera tion Wo nro of thQ opinions thnt this allegation theJevery part and 3 admirably adapted to meet larger and severer requirements of a popularphilological containedI we refer work as of detlnIUnnconstuntrcfcWICI auiuja ix uuvritY h The above refers to WEBSTERSo INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZE InternalGET THE LATEST AND BEST flu will interested in our tpccimen popes sentfre- eGCMERRIAMCO PUDU8HERS Bicnea sr SPRINGFIELD MAN f Illinois Central R R CeruleanDawsonCalifornia and Colorado Extremely low round trip Rates to points in Mississippi Louisiana Arkan sas Oklahoma and Tuesdayof SpringsnThrough personally conducted Excur oralsArizonaFull particulars by addressing F W HARLOW D P Louisville Ky Death at Glasgow Turnerayoung of the Slick Rock cornImunity in this county diedsuddenly his home of apoplexy He was preparing to come to this place on some business and had just put an armful of Btovewood in the kitchen for his wife to get dinner with when he fell IH