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Digital page images are linked to the text file. h bc prinfith nnDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY Iv 2019Ji lIu1 lYOLUME IISPIIIMGPIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE GRANT COUNTY ils AreiNot Responsible For- the Morality Whisky Was Voted Out TwoYears GrantIHas Been Good ATONE TIME SHE WAS BID TheJNewsLeader r of last week prints ithe followingWe in this column last week on the good order which has pre Vailedin Washington county during the past few years as evidenced by our court records In this respect we no ticQ that Grant county goes usone bet ter and a recent report of the grand jury recites that so far as they Have been able to ascertain there were no violations of law and consequently no indictment were found by that grand jury Grant county is certainly a good county THE PEOPLE OF THAT iCOUNTY ATTRIBUTE THE GOOD ORDER AND ABSENCE OF CRIME l TO GOOD ROADS MORE THAN AN iOTHER ONE THING In the Hand- Book pf Kentucky Grant county is spoken of as follows NQ county in the State has a better system of McAdam turnpike roads than Grant county The mileage is a little under 500 miles and l it all belongs to the county and is kept in the hightest condition by skilled Workman employed and paid by the Bounty out of its treasury The roads were made free some three years ago and have been improved each year since Until they are second to no roads in th State Every neighborhood and nearly every home in the county is reached by a good turnpike road The roads are worked by machinery under a Superin tendent and the outlook for the future is excellent The Grant County Courier in its last issue says The June term of the Grant Circuit Court for the year 1906 will go down in History as one of the most unique and satisfactory ever known in the county When the Grand Jury had been im panelled and were about to be sent to their r0om Judge Lassing said Mr Jailer are there any prisoners in jail whose cases need to be inquired into byI the Grand Jury The jailer answered None Turning to the Clerk the judge inquired Have you the papers in any examining trials to be referred to the Grand Jury And he too Answered None The Grand Jury was is session four days and at the end of that time came into Court and reported as follows To the Horn J M Lassing Judge pf the Grant Circuit Court x1aminedAscertain there has been no vJolationsII 0f the law We have public buildings and find them in reas onably good repair and that we have no further businessand are now ready to finally adjourn This June the 7th 1906 Tnos B RAMEY Foreman Laws ore good things in themselves and it is well for the community when i they are enforced but infinitely better when they are obeyed Grant has been a local option county for aJittle over two years The Courier says editorially Grant county people are now kno for their piety while in former da tjiey were looked upon as bloodthirsty and the court docket was full of crimi Bbl cases sad homes everywhere on cjmnt of some one being shot down having his throat cut But what Wonderful difference since the elimina tion of the liquor traffic You dont hear of any more differences It begi- to look like we wont have very mu Use fora court house It has made sUcha change that the people of Cara County will never suffer themselves be imposed upon by issuing licenses permitting it to be sold As stated above for the past t jfears Grant county has been witho- t saloons but pr twenty years prior to that time whifiky was sold in Williams town the county seat and during that period some of thq most sickening mur welecommittedfact that the county had good roads for the traveling publicfor rubber tired vehicles pedestrains for all comers and goers But it algp might be added that Grant county prior to two years ago had some wide smooth thoroughfares which led men to hell At one place in Williamstown during the last twenty of the saloons reign thirtythree murders were corn mitted The people at Williamstowr called this spot Dead Mans Corner The Sun is an advocate ofgood roads but it believes in placing great obstructions between all mankind and the barroomEd l BEN JOHNSON COMPLIMENTED t By Congressman Smith Sa Y He Will Receive Many Republican Votes A dispatch to the Louisville Times from Washington City on last Friday evening says David H Smith who retires from Congress at the expiration of his pies ent term is very much pleased with the nomination of Ben Johnson as his suc = morningYBcn Johnson has been nominated t ucceedmeand that he will be elected there can be no doubt He was nomi Hated without opposition and our ma jority in the district is large He will not only have the cordial support of nIl Democrats but if my information is correct he will receive many Republi can votes even as against anyone th Republicans may nominate Minority Leader Williams has ex pressed regret that Mr Smith will no bee hard to find as good a lawyer to suc Geed him or the Judiciary Committee Mr Smith howeVer says the Fourth district will be properly represented Y Mr Johnson I EXPRESS COMPANIES Indicted by Hardin County Gran Jury EliZ Gethtown N ewsThe Hardin AcJa1Exprelast week and returned quite a number of indictments against it for shipping liquor from Elizabethtown to Sonora and other prohibition points in the county thatIKentucjky are having suchshipmentS as those mentioned in this county invest gated It is now not only against th intoxiIr them to bring it into prohibition territory from other States As heretofore published in this paper the expres- companies have issued circulars to th effect that they will not receive in their offices for shipment any kind of drink beverage for prohibition territory Incorporated Lebanon Enterprise Articles of in corporation were filed with the county clerk during tie past wee incorporating placewncompany to n begiYn Yearccompany bottle kindsaof 2500 divided into 250 shi res of 10 each At ASGeoIprosiin Sr vice presi rJtor secretary John C Atkinson formerly Mayor of Henderson died yesterday at his hojme ofutral DO DREAMS COME TRUEP County Clerk W F Booker Tells lhe Sun About a Dream He Had Many Years Ago None of us will admit that we become superstitiouSover dreams but all of us are we wont tell our bad ones before breakfast and we will toll all our good ones just as sobn as We glide out of dreamland into reality if We tin succeed in arousing the household CountyClerk Booker doesnt believe in dreams of course he doesnt but since he was a boy way back yon er over thirty years ago he has pray edeach evening to be delivered from hisSstory through you will admit that Mr ernightmaresjust When he was about twenty years fold he was employed at Grand Gulf Miss as clerk in a large shipping concern Capt Peas who owned Tre Concor diauone of thehandsomest as well as one of the best boats on the Mississippi came to Mr Booker one day and offered him a position on the boat as clerk Mr Booker says that at that time the height of his ambition was to be the Mississippioand of coarse he accepted the position but asked Capt Peas to hold the place open for him until he came home to visit his parents This the Captain agreed to do Mr Booker came home in September His father lived in a house on the lot on which Judge Selec Onecafternoon just a day or two before Mr Booker was to leave for Mississippi to enter upon his duties as clerk on board The Concordia he went up stairs at his fathers home here in Springfield to nap a bit Mr Book er says that he doesnt know how long he had been asleep but in a dream shockinglyrealistic he heard a terriffic explosion he saw the splashing of wat er and he saw Capt Peas and his crew sink beneath the great waves of the Mississippi Mr Booker says that he hurriedly went down into the room where his mother was He says that she said to him What is the matter my son you are ghastly white Why Condthe entire crew were killed Mr Booker tells us that he tried lalljthe afternoon to dismiss the from his mind but that he could not One afternoon a few days later the stage coach brought the old Louisvillee Courier and un the first page first col umn Mr Booker says was an account of the destruction of The Concordia the boilers having exploded Capt Pea beinnkilled dreamse thatt were one hundred tons of rock in the bottom doey 3O Majority for Local Option Iii lasteFriday r1rive majority of 303 after one of the mos vigorous campaigns eVerwaged by the local option people i Every ward was against whisky The colored ward that had been conceded to the other side by 100 went dry slat bankns swere closed and proprietors and Clerks worked for local option Scores of farmers left ripening grai and came to assist Bells are ringing whistles blowing and the oldest tow inKentucky is wild with excitement hotoh issued extras announcing the victory Marion County Falcon Mr James Arthur Dant and Miss Mary Mildred Osborn were r lar tied at a Nuptial Mass at St Au us tines Catholic church in his city t Tuesday morning Rev J Hogarty officiating Mr Owen Mattingly age 2J years died at his home at Chicago Friday He leaves a wife he had been married Only about a year Mr Thomas Yowell of Springfield and Miss Myrtle Wayman of the Brad fordsville neighborhood were married atthe Baptist parsonage this city June 12 by Rev A C Graves The examining trial of Capt N R Christie for whipping Katie Smith the negro girl who lived at his horne was held Tuesday and resulted in Mr Chris tie being held on a bond of 100 to await the action of the grand jury As usual the Commencement exercises of Loretto Academy and St Marv College were attended by large numb of people who greatly enjoyed the teresting exercises The former was held Tuesday and Miss Edith Wathen daughter of Col and Mrs J B Watheri Jrj of this county was one of the grad uat s The College exercises were WednesdayCHARLIE McCHORD I Boomed For the Democratic Nomination For Governor Louisville Herald Another surprise was sprung in Democratic political circles last night when it became known that C C McChord Chairman of the Railroad Commission and one of the bes known politicians of the State had been agreed upon by one of the factions in the party as its candidate Governor It is said that a conference was Eel yesterday afternoon which was attend by about twentyfive prominent a gt leaders and it was agreed that Mr Mc Chord is the strongest antimachine c4Chordremains to be seen but his closest friends insist that he will Mr McChord has long been considered a prospective candidate for Governor and has been prominently mentioned i this connection during the past tw years As Chairman of the Railroa- Commission he has brought about legis lation which has been of benefit to the shippers and he is highly regarded by the business interests of Louisville and Kentucky He has busied himself with the rate question during his two terms as Commissioner and is considered one of the best posted men in the State said that if Mr McChord is a lcandidat he will receive the support of the Louisville organization including W B Haldeman and his p pets the Times and the CourierJournal It is also ogf Journal whose opposition to Gov Beck liam and what he termed the close Frankhfort is well known Senator McCreary it is also said will cheerfully support Mr McChord in the event that ollie James or Senator Blackburn does not make the race CqoneyMattingly Lebanon Enterprise A social ever of more than usual interest in the St MarY s neighborhood was the mad riag Thursdayat St Charles of Prof John M Cooney of St Marys College an Miss Margaret Mattingly The cere Jtg a th presence of a large number of admirin friends IThe attendants were Prof Doufl an friend of the groom and Mr bredYe The newly couple took afternoon tram for Louisville whe they will spend a few days with th winmake an extended Eastern tour Re Owenshorn which city they will make their future home Though quite young Prof Cooney has done considerable teaching and is known as a thorough classic scholar and an able educator His bri is the daughter of Mr Ben F Mattingl- of St Marys and is one of the most estimable ladies of that communit Both have a host of friends in the county and over the State who wish them many years a d much happiness s ELECTIONi W or 25 cto Take Sense of Voters on Local Option The county court of Washi county will be petitioned to caIiknelccJ Lion for Saturday Augusta to take the sense of the voters of the county asto whether or not spiritibusj vinous or malt liquors shall be sold in the coup ty The petitions are now being circu lated and will be presented to the court at once DRYS WIN 1600rsIn Henry County Five to One Local I Option t Newcastle Ky June 16tIeriry county voted five to one for localoption today the antisaloon men sweeping the liquor interests off the field by a majority of 1600 This include New castle which was carried a few weeks ago by the liquor element butwhich now becomes dry The better class of people in the county took a great inter est in the fight and are much elated by their victoryi cctWE NEED BRYAN IN OUR BUSINESS ff RipedChangeY Henderson Ky June 17Five thou sand persons heard the Rev Sam Jones this evening at the Henderson Chautau qua His subject was character His discourse was of his usual rambling kind at times punctuated with rhetori humoro WdBryan as men with thatPToddybut that things are now ripe for Bryan to succeed him as we need Bryan in our business CLAY That is Valuable Mr Cheatham Says There Are 2000 Acres 1 Mackville Ky June 13 Editor Sun kIsend you several pieces of silicate found on my land one mile South of the Willisburg and Mackville turnpike It is claimed that it is of a finer grade than that found in the Glens Creek neighborhood It was reported som time ago by Louisville parties tha there were 1000 acres of such land believe there are 2000 acres When motte you gets keyet amp w get an adoven noJeReaPectfullyW P CHEATIFAM farm For Sale j A farm of 128 acres in good state o cultivation extra good dwelling no sitrenear rn Plentllon or ran k Montgomery or write to Jra Ratty BlanfordR F D No 2 nple New Cure for Epilepsy ofJ B Waterman of Waterton O b4ydauy h was cured by Dr Kings New Life PiUs She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life J atHaydexis C + f BRUSHGROVE H Will Do Better Thin 5 to Says ThadJ Gheatham Many from here went to HJc 2 c tohear Judge Ike Thormart anA ioaa1optiooIquestion There was a very large crowd present Maud Mooresvifle Bulliam Polio and Chaplin were sill reprinted by some of their best citizens All seemed to enjoy the speaking very much Judge Thurman was full of wie and logic as usual and his sPee Qwasi sufficient to convince themost skeptical ntlWIthe l saloon and its corruption and they are boldly saying that Brewing Com panies stil houses and saloons will put up money enough to buy this election in Washington county They are only in hgpes that they will Thai class of men are notinterested in the welfare of the county or its people but to self and they want to accidently get hold of a few f Whisky men talk like they ate the only men that can sit in the saddle stay up at night and bus le for votes but they are Mistaken They are playing against old hands in the business and the way that we will cut theircord will be surprising They might let their money whisky and literature flow like Tennysons Brook but it would only create a stronger sentiment in lav or of local option I made the asser tion a few weeks ago that Brush Grove would be 5 to 1 in favor of local option I now think it will even be stronger It just seems like nonesidedaffair Whenever the election come Brush Grove will do herpart in burying arewl ing Companies Stil houses and Saloons and their corruptions so far in the dark ness of defeat that they will never bt spoken of again only by the recalling1 of their darkest deeds THD CHEATaH HUBERT VREELAND i Announces For Secretary of State He Is Popular With Masses 61 So much encouragement hs aen given Hubert Vreeland our present active and progressive young Cpnimfs sibner of Agriculture to offer himself again as a candidate for a State office that after mature consideration he has decided to become a candidate for See retary of State It certainly lOOK like he has won for himself the backing ct the farmers of Kentucky for What v rhe may seek and in recognition of hiV efforts in their behalf since his election as State Commissioner thousand pf them have ur ednim to offer for another State office since the Cdnsfcitui don makes him ineligible for reeiectiori Mr Vreelund has accomplished ma thing in an office that was create4 forI ofevery benefit to them and It is rc KentliclcIdevote all their time and thought ta fulfilling the duties of thai office witly enegy and intelligence Mr Vreeland is the youngees ollth hennever na wastappearance won n nation for Commissioner of Agriculture by Ii majority of 26000 nxfc to the largest majority received by any fean didate in the St to primary alth ugh two prominent Candid res fmade most vigorous campaigns Mr Vteeland has a personal seo4u4int nce probably not surpassed y any xttndIjngfisher of the Farmers Home Journal and at the head of the Democratic Ex andJeffersonland managing editor of the Co Journal who for ten was tW Legislative correspondent of the Coo rierJournal at The Democratic nominations tier State offices will be lli t State primary in hovemberd actiYeIlx fi f 11 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1906 iI f j Tatham prings HotelI l Now Open tt GuestsJr d lY Write For Catalogue inJ t 01 t 1 The water has actually cured cases of Bright s Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gastric and Intestinal Catarrhs Janndice every form of Dyspepsia and many other diseases i t The scenery round the Island arid Hotel is picturesque the fishing and boating superb Carey Island on which the 4 Hotel is located is high and dry containing about six acres The Hotel is well ventilated with broad verandas on every side and isequipped with all modern improvements and is conducted by Mrs SE Wornall in all departments inthe very best manner The following are the rates BOARD1 PER DAY Y u L 2OO BOARD PER WEEK l 1OOO BOARD PER MONTH 35OO i j t t MRS S E WORNALL t Manager ofTatham Springs Hotel ifJ 3t 4 c Ij 1 f i l fIt ILLINGI EXPERIENCE Sf a German Traveler Lost in Yellowstone PerkSeesW- onderful Sights ode a Mont Without garments of ZQdn suitable to withstand the vig ors ot wintry weather Max Haw a Aeraoao journalist and newspaper man tried in Helena fresh from a nlne il tour of hardship in Yellowstone 25 tkmaj park- Wkhout frlonds or acquaintances o- faq foriL Bad without a dollar In his INk t Mr Haw has had an experience wilt never forget He is one off a tow men and the only G 1ID TOfcer WBO hair ever attempted a anI ots tour of the parkIHaw wa to from t IXimmoln Hot Springs to Livingston here h pawned his gloves watch and for four dollars This he used in safetainln sufficient food to keep body lard soul together while he made his dray from Livingston on to Helena covering he entire distance on fo- otrye j is i representative of the Berlin SBuBtratel News Koenische Volks Zel- K1lg ant a number of other German uppers hick commissioned him to wine to the United States to study Sennanr merlcan conditions and es 7pclaliy to tour the park in winter Haw came to the park and in spite al the forts of the commandant at Utari Yell wstone to dissuade him un tOok the winter Journey into Von derland so fraught with hardship and JSaw arjlVed in New York in Feb s afy ant had ratters of introduction iTOrious German newspapers in Chl sago and SU Paul and made his head qii ers iqtne latter placer h was arranged that Haw should be accompanied by a German soldier named Refnholtz and a man named tQraham one of the best known park snider Tae entire party were out fitted with skis and the start was made Thej weather was cold and the JUcDdscape was covered with snow Upon his return the faithful corre jfxradent discovered that his notes spvrae and Sketches were missing lIt jHMaediateljt set out alone to find them 3e went back over the trail but they were Bowhdre to be found He soon discovered that ho was walking in a sircIt that ihe had lost every Idea of fce way he had come and was hope lost vtLost in Upper Geser Basin in the propIto it r t that he was almost froze and only with the greatest difficulty could he go further was up to my neck In snow at timesisald he and blood came from mynose and mouth I was almost fam ished and could go but little further when t discovered tracks we adI 1 = mgr ON EVERY SIDE THE GEYSERS BURST FORTH made during the forenoon Reaching one of the geysers I began washing my hands and face In hot water when suddenly i heard a rumbling sound and there was a big eruption of all the geysers In the vicinity Frightened I rushed away with all speed possible and from n distance beheld one of the most wonderful geyIthe track I discovered and reached Fountain jthe following morning halt frozen and starving The leading Germans of Hblena took Ha win charge and will care for him until he can make suitable arrange moats for his return to St Paul Sore Muscles Prominent athletes throughout the country find that the best treatment for sore muscles after severe exercise or hard work of any kind is a hot bath at bed time which opens the pores This should immediately fob wltandapphcatlOn of Chamberlains Pain Balm vigorously rubbed into the skin This liniment removes all stiffness arad soreness and has become a promptJvjer im the B ue Grass J SPARROW Farmers are all through setting tobacco and report a fair stand with all crops that were put out this year l Harvest is fast approaching which bids- fall to beia bountiful one The farmers are yery busy plowing corn which is doing fairly well at preS- ent Oats are looking well and bid fair to make a good crop Locust are quite numerous in this vicinity There is a lot of difference as to how long it has been since they were numerous Some say fourteen years and some seventeen years but according to mv memory it has been thirty five years If some of the correspondents have any records as to how long it has been we would be glad to hear from them Mrs W R Moore who has been con fined to her bed for about eight months we are glad to note is out taking drives SycamoreIMiss Jappa Barnett has returned honie after spending two weeks with her Mother Dr W T Bamett of Mackville Mrs Wilkes Morgan has returned to her home in Louisvilleafter spending a few weeks with her mother at this place WR Moore and family spent Sun day with his mother at Leathers Store Mrs Bcttie Morris entertained quite a number of her children and grand children lastSunday There were about twentyfive present WIM Crossfield and daughter Miss oleo attended childrens day exercises at Friendship church last Sunday H G Dadisman attended court at Lawrenceburg last week Miss Hattie Cox spent Thursday night and Friday with Mrs W C Cammack Mrs David Yocum spent last Monday with her mother at this place B F Richardson and wife of Glens biro moved to our midst last week Born to the wife of Robert Martin June 14 a girl Mr Conn Cambell and wife of Elm dale Kansas are visiting relatives at this place Mr Cambell was born in Kentucky and left the State about thirty five years ago and this is his first visit home The deathAngel about 730 oclock a im on Juno 12th entered the home of Mr and Mrs G W Romine and clained as its victim their beautiful daughter Miss Ethel Deceased was sick only about eight days during which time she bad alt the attention that toy 1 ling parents skilled physicians and kind could give The funeral servi ces were conducted at the house on Thursday afternoon by Rev J F Johnson after which the remains were in terred in the Fairmount cemetery The body was robebf in white and r stedinI a white casket which was carried by the following young ladies Misses Ora and Pearl Dadisman Nannie and Edie Blackson Mary Lee Sargracy and Allie Long Ethel will be missed at home and in social circles as she had many friends and admirers Father mother sisters and brothers tis sad very sad indeed to give one up so dear but just think for a moment and see her in the realms of Bliss then you will cease to shed a tear The bereaved family and friends have the sympathy of the entire communityDied her home near Fairview Mrs Minnie Snider wife of Mr Levj Snider on June 14 She is survivedby her husbandand one child The funeral was conducted at Fairview the fol lowing day by Rev H P Hatchett after which the remains were interred in the Fairview cemetery Mrs Snider was formerly Miss Hickman and was raisednear here she has many friends who join in extending sympathy to the bereaved ones Total imports of merchandise and dry goods at the port of New York for the week ending Saturday were valued at 10908355 Secretary of State Hi V McChesney yesterday announced his candibacy for the office of Auditor of Public Accounts ChamberlainsCo- lic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diarrea at some time during the yearThis remedy k recommended- by dealers who have sold it for xItpeoplesIt sicians with the most satisfactory results It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a physician summoned It only costs a quarter Can you afford to risk so much for so IJ Hide BUY IT NOW p Revenue Laws In addition to what we gave last week the Revenue law of 1906 includes the following The law became opera anyIICounty Court Clerk who will inform you We have tried toinclude all the law Hotel or Tavern with 25 or more rooms 10 Hotel or Tavern vi h privilege of selling by retail malt liquors 85 Hotel or Tavern with privilege of selling by retail spirituous and vinous liquors 160 Hotel or Tavern with privilege of selling by retail spirituous vinous and malt liquors 210 Retailing malt liquors 75 Retailing spirituous and vinous liq uors 150 Retailing spirituous vinous and malt liquors 200- Distilling spirituous liquors 100 Distilling fruits 375 Merchants r lie jnse 100 Each Breweryry license 200 Each foreign brewer doing business in State 200 Brewer agency 25 Establishment for bottling proprie tary and soft drinks 25 Sellers of proprietary and soft drinks natural or mineral Va ersnot from fountain 250 Circuses and menageries 1 for each 100 voters in county for each exhibition charging admission total not to exceed for one exhibition 50 V Side shows charging separate admis sions one half as much as circuses Exhibition of trained animals not a circus or menagerie per day or fraction thereof 5 Theatres and opera houses from 10 to Ten pin and bowling alley box ball alley or similar contrivanee10 Cane rack knife rack artful dogger ring board or similar contrivance 5Billiard pigeon hole and Pool table 20 Retailing playing cards 10 Retailing pistols 100 Retailing bowie knives dirks brass knucks or sling shots 100 Engaging in business of pawn broker 500 Retailing cigarettes or cigarette paper whether soldor given away or in any way put in possession of another per annum 10 Wholesaling cigarettes per annum 25 Wagons for retailing oils per county 15 Loan companies 200 Stud jack and bull licenses amount equal to the greatest sum charged for service peddlers license from 20 to 50 fori the state One fourth as much for a single coup Lightning rod agent per county 50 Railroad seating house 10 Wharfbo t S10 IReal est Ite agent in towns and cities 25 Steam laundries 10ISteam furies on condition 25 Fortune tellers clairvoyants and palmists ini each county 20 Brokers and commission merchants 125I to the tax named above Clerks fee and the attaching of the State seal make 150 more for each license issued Hung by the ringers Utica N Y Suspended by three fingers of his right hand for 30 minutes In an unoccupied house unable to touch his feet to the floor or to re lease himself was the agonizing ex perience of Henry Stonard a carpien ter in Uradilla Stonard was inspect ing a house which he contemplated occupying and he ascended to the at tic drawing himself up through a manhole coveted by a tight fitUng trapdoor In descending the door droppe upon the fingers of pne hand pinning them just as he was about to drop to the floor only a few inches below his toes His weight and struggles only door against his finger1 the UghterrI He was unable to raise the door with his other hand and there he hung for half an hour until neighbors heard his kroans and discovered his unctfnsclous form suspended from the trapdoor Child Roasted by Young Girl York PennLillian Thorman a 13yearold girl pleaded guilty to killing Helena Dorsey a threeyear old daughter iof Mr and Mrs Robert Dorsey On Washingtons birthday anIgered at something the little Doney child had done placed her on a red hot atove The child died later The Thorman girl added I did it be cause I have the devil in me The young prisoner will be tenced on a charge of Involumtary manslaughter Hard Tate DoraHow miserable Arthur looks since I rejected him ClaraI dotft wonder poor fellow Now hell have to work for a lhlqTitBlta i TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1906F Iit il d wai H LtIIts hard to burn I i Bad Coal inthe + l Summer Split Goal cheapbut IWOQL WOOL will want your wool this season and of course t I will have price Now is time tQselfI1 H Trade ItBEST mesPAY PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS j L L I ii J- i ti W + J i I I +w 1 W- 4ftl iftlfrfll tfr ill tfr folfr ifr +m+ tft ICHAPLIN Our little city has been HomeComing week of jtself lately The boys and ir1s who have come home school tdspend their vacation and the visitors made place quite lively Rev Harris delivered two splendid addresses on The Model Church Sun day morning nd evening at Chris tian church The music was also special Forenworth of Bowling Green favoring the audience with beautiful vocal selections Miss Grace Sutherland gave house party in honor of Miss Norris Bodine recently Thse present to enjoy the hospitality of this little lady were Misses Norris Sue Rose Nejale Cleavie Neale Sue Moores and Mary Neale Mr and Mrs have asl guests Mrs Minnie Broadhurst and of Winchester Mrs Annie Duncan and three children of Mt Washington Mr and Mrs Stiles of Hodgenville Miss Lucille Stiles of Hodgenville Mr hnd Mrs Forenworth and two daughters of Bowling Green and Mrs Blan Mr Rqby spent Saturday rind Sunday with friends here Mrs Burton Williams and three chil dren of Colorado are here visiting many relatives and friends Misses Sallye Mae Williams Stella Janette Dawson Ethel Bush Alice PiJHiam Messrs Jim Suth Stanley Dawson and W E Houtchens have returned home from school Miss Rebeccji who has been visiting her auht returned to her home near Harrodsburg Monday Deplorable Accident Kentucky Standard A sad death was that of McKinley Fryrear the little son of Mr Martin Fry rear of the Cejdar Creek neighborhood which occurred last Saturday morning The little fellow was the possessor of several which he was very fond of The animals were quartered in barn near the Residence and the littl boy went there frequently to fondle pets The barnwas filled with shucks and other inflammable and last Saturday when the went visit his kittens it issupposed that the doo of the barn cloed behind him and he matt to dispel the darkness In this way the shucks etc we ignited and the barn was soon in flames When the confligrationwas discovered Your ill l I Easy said but how We sell coal buy that superior quality We deal in It goes farther costs no more and heats Better If that isnt an inducement there isnt any Weve told our story and up to you to buy coal of us and save money i I the the j A t ir + fo W to it was too late to render assistance to the child and he was burned to crisp was bright manley little fellow and the pride of his parents who the sympathy of their frienes in their sad bereavement The remains were in the cemetery at Cedar Creek last Sunday Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Twenty Reasons Why You tShould Oppose Saloon It never builds up manhood but tears it down It never beautifies the but often wrecks It never increases ones use fulness but lessens passionsbut It never stills the tongue of slander but loosens It neyer promotes purity of thought but poisons It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them It never protects the ballot box but defiles it It never makes happy fami lies but miserable ones 10 Iti never forPheaven butt for helh rightdoint12 It never diminishes with aH its revenue but increases 13 In never renders the Sabbath quiet but desecrates 14 It never protects our Property or personal safety but endangers 15 It never helps one to get good insurance policy on his life but militates against it 16 It neyer creates ambition and thri thut invites laziness profli gacy poverty and crime 17 It nevor builds up the church but peoples the station house pris gangsel character nor promotes Christian grace but is destroyer of the soul 19 It never honesty and incendirary zooit never protects man but familyhappinessand all or life Full Weight s v 7 Is mighty comforting thing to have every ton bargained for Then again taking the high grade ft IIIILLSBORO Mr M Clark is still on the sick list Rev Jj A Simms preached to large audience last Sunday Several from this place attended church atRockbridge Sunday Mr Will Smith and family spent Sunday at Jenkinsville Mrs Mary Hines and daughter Miss Agnes spent Sunday at Willisburg Mr A Coulter and wife and Mrs Coulter spent Sunday with M Montgomery and family MrJtM Shields and wife spent Sun day with Mr John Jenkins Mesdames Nan Scott and Coul ter visited Mr Bill and family Saturday night and Sunday Several prom this place attended church at Pleasant Grove Sunday The farmers around here are all through setting tobacco Misses Mollie and Annie Hines of Booker were the guests of cous in Miss Agnes last Friday night Rev W Sutherland who has been sick is better at this writing Mr Thomas Coulter of this place and Miss Flossie Hardin of Willisburg were married by Rev A Simms Sunday afternoon at oclock The daughter of Mr Dick Hardin while the groom is son of Mr A Coulter prosperous farmer of this place We extend our congratulations Bridge Repaired Kentucky Standard Messrs John Blaine and Hanrahan have com ph ted repairing the bridge that spans Mill Creek on the Springfield turnpike dangerous condition and the rec nt repairs will be greatly appreciated by the traveling public Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female with catarrh of the and bow els had reduced Mrs Thos Austin Of Leavenworth Ind to such deplor able condition that her doctor advised tric Bitters and to the amazement of all who knew her thia medicine completely cured her Gauranteed cure for biliousnessjaundice Haydons drug Try it Gen Dalstein has been appointed to- succeedthe late Gen Dessirier Mili governor of Paris COAY uch tobuyusbecause yourinterest thebest fearingfatal poisoningBest We Will Capture Your 1rtUbI7 WeSpeakone you can point to who buys coal soldbyNever om laint about quality price servic j Fine record Add your name to the list and buy our coal hereafter I have bought transfer of Mr Allen and continue the W j 1 K business When have any hauling to do I jl 99 i r +J p tIt 4i t i r t t tfr t flt a from many have the little n the a Miss a JBodine C Rush daughter Earl their Houtchens fiveyearold child a e I a a have the FXOnAtOE 1 2 horiie it 3 it 5 it 6 it r 7 8 9 Jre taxes them it them a a a a I L t l s L a J J Eflie Scott their E J 3 bride is a a J a Mike S a store as tary a or the will Dowie Testifies Chicago June I5John Alexander Dowie testifying in the hearing of the Zion City controversy in Judge Landis court this afternoon told of an instance when his body and soul became sepera ted and in his spiritual being he distinct ly saw his own dead body beneath a shroud At another time he asserted his spirit left his body and the Angel Gabriel and the Virgin Mary were pres ent in the realms visited by his spirit The queer narrative of life and death was brought out by Attorney Newman during crossexamination of Following the vision the witness con tinued two acquaintances came to him T ET 1WI ff1i 44Coalbe the t j l HAULING CJbusiness telephone HIGHEST i Xt PAY CASH I M11 H JONES having feature Rebecca Graham erland Graham kittens material lighted interred idlenesa teaches Eatha Hines bridgefor troubles stomach you lying Dowie and told him they had dreamed that he was to be assassinated Then while alone in the Tabernacle came a voice warning him to Arise and go I went said P6visHand while on my way home I heard an explosion The next day I found that my enemies had tried to kill me with dynamite The back of the Tabernacle had been wreck ed Dowie denied in the courseof the ex amination that he had ever represented himself as Elijah the Restorer sube quently qualifying the statement by spying he told his people he came in tie spirit and power of Elijah On profbut when pressed for an explanation as TIIISI- SSUNSHINE DAY t to how he receiyed thecommissioat fce repliedr J HI cant tell you Unknown Friends There are many people who haw used Chamberlains Colic Choelra and Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving a testimonial of their experience for pub lication These people however area remedyTheyit a household word by their personal neiglliorsthe home and is widely known for fte cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by Every reli able dealer in the Blue Grass Throughout the Entire United States r r FreeKa A Ron l Fall lobe PACKAGEonumber SUNSHINE Finishes Dl those AND A SgT OF who V Y FIRI SUNSHINE fDrnitaJ Our sf ore II rron rmnKma urn rmtmruitc THEn r JIlADIESgeli WOoDsIRST 25 Coupon VISITING OUR ST0REli TODAY d- EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLINO HOLDER TO A FREE SET Of SUNSHINE FURNITUREi rr Put a Little SUNSHINE in Your Momle AND MAKE IT MORE CHEERFUL AND ATTRACTIVE IJFor Saletoy C J HAY tr r 4 4 TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE J20 1906 I r i I I PERCENT OFF II = FOR CASHL On Clothing during the nextt Ten days a r Big Reductions in everyJe partment for I Cash0is i a 1 Cash Sale t i 1 GRUNDY c McINTIRE0I 1 I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday June 20 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION 4 pNE DOLLAR- In Adjance J kOGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKYtIJlaHS as s DEMOCRATlIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS tit BEN JONSON OF BARDST0WN NELSONCOqNn FOR APPELLATE JUDGE ON P HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN CpUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK W sire authorized to announce ROBERT NOE An a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Washington county subject to the ac tine S the Democratic party tfci Evening Post snys the lid oS rot on tight in Louisville las J uldkythat the front doors o the saloons were closed but th back doors aver wide opennqd that the police jperniitted the bar tooms to run to full blnstv fehope he Pstiis mistaken about rhea in after but we are afraid the to y s true even indetail What xr the peopjp of Louisville exj pect fa mayor who was or trr the Qpvernbr of the State it r wom duty It goes with lo i Sftying that he will play them maj tricks whan Gov hy iorctfd Mayor Barth to issue Thai Sundayclotngorder the of the great city of Loiiis vilte became the smallestman in Kenrtfoky fie took his place alone side rhe child who is driven r by the parent to do a certain thing indeed he placed himself in a hill rthittle teency ta ters and had the finger of all Kentucky pointed at him as a- very small fry Sirice Gov Beckham has forced an order from Mayor Birth that all saloons theaters etc close their doors in Louisville on Sun day it is up to the Governor to see that they sta3 closed Barth his hang of policemen and two foran of Public Sole ty to lCkelliard notwIthstand- ing rn owes it to himself to the Democratic party to the people of Louisville and to the State of Kentucky to see that the laws of the State are respected by that gang in Louisville which for a long long time has trampled law beneath feet and thrown its profane slobllerings in the very face of Justice Hon C C McChord niay be come a candidate forth Demo cratic nomination for Governor If he enters the race his friends here believe he will win He is a clean man and should he beelec ted to the high Cilice bf Governor he could be depended upon to at all times stand as the chanpioa ltarltte thfpo nizedd n an grainy man T That HomeComing edition of the ouisvtlle Herald vtis 0110 of the biggest things ever p3li through cakeepd rJVe have rircerved thcillu tmte d edition of the AIderson tiws l r haykever seen ndis crovv dopl soft int reSting matter This rnaga xine feature of the News will be worth hundreds of dollars to Anderson county and it Seems to u that the business men of Ander son ought to exert themselves inputting good things in the way the News Ciirt Jettc nfessionis n sick seningthe Dark geglisfen to the tales of the Pomansin tIre days when Tiber is reignedand will find IK story charged to bloodthi ty gladiators =deep erdyed in b oodsof horror more thoroughly helltinged than this one toldart Jett The c Henrv 1600 majority foruntyof the city of for local opt and the shouting of the multitu frjin dozen other counties now in the midst of the fray ndicry cate pretty strongly that we are going to have a general Busting up of Bopcv Burgs through the whole State of Kentucky NOTICE Of Commissioners Sale of Valu able Mill Proprty in Spring field Ky eeoritheWashington case of Theo C Campbell and others Jarboerterm etc 1006 I will at the court house door in Springfield Ky between the hours of 1 and 8 oclock p J1h on MONDAY J1JNE 25 1906 sell at public auction the Mill and to tun ofLSpringfield esfullyJarboe and F onlyIKy ante has always done a very valuable 1mostQhne engine and has a lart e trade es jjproperty willhbe The puichasertvillUe required to give goodpdate of sale md having the force aslien to M LE14GHMAN C W C C MOORESVIllE Emma Duncan ajid two daugh I1ItsMary Lee and Lucijlo of Indian cams homa last week to her parents Mr rid Mrs rhosj Weekley She has baen away eleven years Mr Milton of Mackville who hu been attending tha Horns Coming spent Sunday with his sister Mrs M A Boblitt There was a larga crowd out to liens Rev Boggig preach at New jBloomlieldthis place Mr Walter Vil k orIOn died June 16i at 5 oclock a mof a complication of dice 3 ses He waka member of the Methodist church having joined it a short time ago The funeral services were conducted tit the ML Zion church after which the remains were interred in the New Hope cemetery He is survived by a wife and one child moth er sisters brother and nany friends to mourn his loss Mary Bell the seven month old child of the late Mrs Bolla Barry died last Jmamscemetery Mrs E G Bohlitt and children ot Springfield are visiting relatives her Judge I H Thurman delivered a temperance lecture at Now Hope last Sunday to a large and appreciative audienceK jlawnlast Sunday and dined with Mr Emmet 1MissesMessrs Dave Hines and JohnnieHines dined with Miss Ora Carney last Sunday Miss Nancye Elhs was in Springfield last Saturday shopping FlectureMiss Earl Offutt of BOokpr is visit ing Miss Ardiu V UjMr Henry v visiting his sister Mrs Edd Yocum Mrs John Stevenson is visiting Louisville Eld Waldens Li Dates 1 njl Local option speaking byW P Vial den Fair View Jun 24 8 0p m Thompsonville July 1 3 p m Antioch July 8 880 m j Texas July 22 180 ptm These meetings are for one and Come and bring sc meone with you T alLI The Very Best Remedy for Trouble i ofrIiIra Diarrhoea Remedy as the very best remedy for bowel troublmake this statement after having used the rem in jny family for se oral years I am never without For sale by Every reliabfedealer in the Blue Grass fudiciarven y las a report on the Crumpacker bill allowing a court review of postoffice fraud orders A Texas Wonder- Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex thats twice as big ns last year This wonder is W L Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says altodestion I was reduced to 90 pounds when I began taking Dr Kings New Discov for Consumption Coughs and Colds Now after taking 12 bottles I have more than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough Joutbottle free J PIblICheMOf Valuable Residence Property I in Springfield JKY In obedience to rt tlQCrvoot the Wash theMayJunepondir g in said court in which Theo C PearlCampublic auction at the court house door j in Springfield on JBetweenor a credit of 1 2 and 3 years the MCampbelling ofi a handsome and well arranged flwelling containing 10 rooms and three frontons 4 anda comfortable dwelling on Main rentsfortoivei interestfrom withhen a security of the payment of the purchase theandprice an pPP Ibell do so by Calling upon Theo C Camp lIG LEACHMAN C W G C I The Big Stores 1 i Grand r i Clearance 1 Sale j j J Of all Spring A Summer Goods 1 5r FirstIclass merchandise at amazingly low I prices for next 30 days Don t miss this I ofthealsoselectedthemflyf figures come m and look them over Below we quote a few ofthe many bargains which we are offering in this sale Nothingcharged at prices quoted in this ad 11 r Good Calicoes 1 If4cB est l 5 c c- 1FastGood Apron Ginghams 15cYard wide Bleached C 0ttI same us coqnt t e 7 1 I 2I Dress Goods IWo If 38 inch all wool voile in colors 75c value 39c yard 36 inch Iif AOft ShirtsLadies White Goodsi Iis 12Ie yard we offer to close out the lot br the absured price ot I7zc Ask to see our line of India Likens and Persian Lawns ITable Linens Napkins and Towels at COST for Fridays 1and Saturdays of each week of this sale 1ClothingWe are surely offering some of the greatest bargains ever seen andtwoONE HALF PRICE All in good condition and good style iBargains in Mens Shirts We can not mention all the Bargains we are offering but invite you to call and we will you and quote prices We are also offering great reductions inCarpets Mattings and Wall Pa- perRobertson Bros THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1906 5 t fiii1iiiiii1 Ii I A full line of Duck Plain and Embroidered 1 I hats 1at prices from 50 cents I up Also white linen skirts at bargain IprIces It will pay you to see them before buying Mrs WILLIAMS Lbcal News Notes G Scruggs of Mppresuille Ind bought Of W S Gibbs a fine horse for 3 Xi L f Jenkins bought one of Jerome Burton of Harrodsburg for tOO and another one for S175 The dace to get your upder warn smrte and notions cheap 10 percent 1 spjiiar P JTHOMAS Ioe nest Elastic Roofing Paint for a f by WG tPoley Springfield Car H5 ebop NoTicia CHICKEN RAISERS R 4 ac a sod under a posture guarantee by your local druggist to cure Roiipe Choiera and Limberneck or your money be refunded Tna o e BellrSobiitt jof the Pjblin neighborhood died as Wednesday Burial took place at M Ziosl the following day ceivjlng large stock of Hamilton Brown hoes the old stock must be ld andtthat cheap P J Thomas t 111 at W C FjOley s Carriage Paint shop and get price and samples of best Elastic oofing Paintfor all kinds of netal paper and felt roofs Guaranteed tor five ears The Sm has received a program of he graduating exercises of Woodland School of Kansas City Among the- list of graduates is Miss Margaret Mc ttroy daughter of Mr Lee L McElroy jtnd granddaughter Mr A C Mc Hroy t3f this place Miss Louise Settle Booker Ky is agent for the Kentucky Issue This paper is the organ of the AntiSaloon League of Kentucky and is leaking a hard fight for local option aThe sub scription priceis 1 Subscribe through Miss Sett e I have small lot of carried overshoes wO th 125 to 2 pair I will sell at 50c to1 to itjake room for more goods These are bargains P J THOMAS DEATH AT PpLiN +Mr Walker Wil kerson died Saturday morning at his home in the Polin neighborhood and his body was interred in the New Hope cemetery Sunday He leaves a wif and one child to mourn their loss to whom many people extend condolence Important Notice Are your chick ens sick R 4llf44 not only keep- them healthy but snakes them lay ask your druggist for ft Price 50 cents at all drug stores I in The Sun we print the thiSIisue9f Lebanon Chautaqua lunp the program hrough and you will find there are many interesting fe turesThe management ot the Chautaqua are antici oarfing some unusually large crowds fhe Lancaster heirs have for sale a tact of land of 26 acres about a mile cVIbthree quarters from town three quarters of ja mile from Bardstown pike adjoining St Rose and Polin Edelen a jrooH house and plenty pf water ROSIE LANCASTER JJEATH OP MRBIHUPMr Taylor Bishop aged seventysix years died at nis home in the Polin neighborhood Sunday morning and his body was in erred in the Mt Zion cemetery Monday morning Hie leaves art aged wife M Bishop was a highly respected citizen and his death is mourned by many ppopleI TEMPERANCE Dr G W Youn superintendent of the AntiSaloon Le gue spoke tn Springfield last Saturda evening Hid speech was wellreceived and was crowded with sound logic an common seijse On Sunday mornin Dr Young delivered an address at Mackville to a large and appreciative audience and he is said to have hand led the whisky question in a manner highly pleasing to his hearers At Wil lisourg in the afternoon Dr Youngalso addressed a large crowd with us again during the campaign Dr it Ji M1R- ESIDENT Burton DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY F All Dental Work Strictly Firs class Springfield Ky Office In Hagon ook up Wins rrrFrrErrtceErcrEcErr f 1IiIi 3 3 3 Middlesborolandant Grovb were msrrie in the Presbv terian church at the latter place this afternoon at 4 clock JITdiftfOjngIyoungfo merly of this place now of Lpuisvill and is one of 1 liddlesboros most promising young business men The ceremony was beautifully per formed by Rev Ir Ovcrstreet of the Presbyterian church in the presence of a large circle of ir Immediately aftef which the bridal party and a number of friends and Relatives were tendered a reception at the home jof Mrs Lucien Gregory Mrs Gregorys home was beautifully acid elaborately decorated as waS also the church The ushers wet Messrs Nat Thompson Wathen Simms Richard Kelly and Neal West Mrs Neal West was matron of honor and Miss Ellen Gregory sister of the bride and Russ Anna Janes of Harrodsburg were the bridesmaids Mr A J Hcyenor of New York was best man The bride was handsomely attired in white silk Mr1 and Mrs Clelland will reside in Middlesboro and will leave this evening for that place bearing with them the wishes of many friends for a life of unalloyed happiness BROOKSVILLE Quite a number from this Idaceat tended the show at Willisburg Satur day afternoon Mr Davis Noel and Miss Artie Sutton attended the temperance speakin- at Willisburg Sunday Mrs Eliza Noel is visiting friends in Anderson county this week We are having lots of rain at the presentMr e Crook visited Mr Milton Hobbs Sunday Miss Lena Gibbs who has been visit ing her sister Mrs Milton Hobbs of homeeMr Purdom Pmk ton visited in the Texas neighborhood Sunday Several from this place attended party given by Mr Jodie Anderson nights HtrrodsbJENSONITON i People in this community are through setting tobacco Mr John Staten who has been very sick we are glad to say is much improved Mr Trumph Harmon and wife of AIic ton spent Friday with their son Mr J L Harmon Messrs RL Cocanougher of Deep Creek and Dasey Arnold of Boyle county visited the formers father Mr George Gocanougher Sunday Mr J L Harmon was in Lebanon one xlay last week on business Miss Josie Coyle of Springfield spent Saturday night with her sister Mrs Obe Pope Mr and Mrs W D Cocanougher vis ited the latters father Mr J7 W SundayrSunday schoolat Beech Grove Sunday was well attended Messrs Hooker and Dave Kayde Groveg on aYre preachd at Julga mem sermon in honor ot Rev Davy Bruner vho requested the pastor of all the churches he preached at to speak in memory of him their departed friend and brother r How to Break Up a Cold It rimy be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be roken up i one or two days time To jdo this however prompt action is necessary The first symptons of a cold ate a dry loud cough a profuse watery discharge from the nose rind a thin white coat ing on the tongue When Ghamb- elains cough remedy is taken every hour on the first appearence of these symptons itrcounteracts the effe the cold and restores the system ta healthy condition Vithin a dealiner t loooo o c d o I Personal Notese 10 t i 0Jn News 0oQA son of Mr Robert M ittin jly of near town is ill of malaria fevo Mrs Rutledge Whdrcon is rt coyer ing from an attack of mali rial f vcr MiSS Myrtle Oatlett who ha j been ill for several days is improving Miss Pearl Campbell is quite ill at present of fever MrsiGeo Colvin hal been quite ill for several days of storrl ch trouble Mss Lillian Simms has returned from a visit to friends in Louisville Misses Mag and Althaire Medley spent Saturday in LouisMlle Miss Kate Putnam of Lebanon spent Saturday here spendingthisMiss Lucy Selecma i has returned home fro n Louisville Mess s Ruel Foster and Vi1Selec man spa t Saturday arid Sunday in Louisville f Miss Mamie Phillips of Lebanon spent Friday here r Drs JB and Richard RoBardsv were in Lebanon one day last wdfek Mrs E Carl Litsey and daughter Sarah of Lebanon are visiting her parents Judge and Mrs WoE Selec man of this place = Miss Mamie Allen is visiting friends in Louisville this week Mr Charles McWhorter and son Frank spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Emmett McElroyof Kansas City Missouri one of the home comers is h4e spending a few days with his I rdnts Mr Frank Peters of Lebanon spent several days here last week Mr Nick Ray of Lebanon was here Sunday Mrs T J Cpnway has retiirned home after a visit in Louisville Miss Sadie Mayes returned jhome Saturday from Louisville Mr James McClure returned home heregas several weeks Mr H M Friday in LouisvilleiMr Theo Cam in beIispentseYeral Louisville last week irMr Willie Green has returned home from Louisville MrW I Medley of Danville spent Sunday with his parents at this place if eRies Henry Edelen of Bardstown was here last week on busines Mr P B Bright left for Winches ter where he will be occupied for several months in the interest of the tele phone company Miss Eddie Mulligan has returned home after a few days stay in Lou isville Miss Sarah Simms has returned- hone after a visit to her aunt Mrs R H Edelen of Bardstown Misses Myrt Bessie and Pearl Campbell and Lillie Simms have re turned home from Louisville Miss Lydia Duncan spent Thursday in Louisville Mr Frank Willitt has returned home from St Marys where fie has been attending school Misses Ellen Wathen and Louise Medley attendecthe commencement at Nazareth Thursday Mr Perry Marks was in Bardstown one day last week r 7Mr Irvin Wimsatt is at home from a business trip through the East LMiss Isa Colvin of Bardstown is Visiting her sister Mrs Dudley Tapp at this place Mr Ed Davison spent Friday in Louisville Mrs J L Allen was in Louisville Monday Mr and Mrs Scott Mayes and chil then have returned from Louisville Mr Erastus BUrton of Greenville Miss is visiting friends and relatives here Mr Jim Maratta of Missouri Is the guests of relatives here nRies Ben F Simms spent one day in Louisville this week Mrs J L Wharton and daughter Miss Kate are visiting friends in Lou isville this week JoerConner of Frederick town were here Monday beentoseveralorweeks will return home the latter part of this week 8a at a 180 I I I 11fI IWeare over stocke on AXl11inistr Velvet mid Brussells Carpets and Art Squares and yifl make the lowest prices ev rqmade on these I goodsGreat T h Cloth mg3Sal For one- Month LACE CURTAINS j We Have a large stock of Lace Cur tains and in addition have just bought 105 pair to be delivered at once in Nottinghan Cable Cord Net etc and will be sold at half the regular price Dont fail to inspect these curtains when we put them on sale I o Misses Nell Green and Mamie Knott who have been attending school at Nazareth have returned home Mrs A R Shultz is visiting friends and relatives in Lebanon Mr Luther Burns is seriously ill of typhoid fever and his friends fear that he may not recover Miss Eddie Shader has returned home after a visit to relatives inLouIisville Miss Abbie Kimball spent one day in Louisville last week =Miss Fannie Smith has returned home aftor spending last week with friends in Louisville Mrs James Cheschier of Kansas is visiting her mother Mrs Mpllie Mays at this place MistJonn R anof Paris Texas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs 1 H ones Mr and Mrs Neal West of Louis villdattended the Clelland Gregory wed ing today Mrs Mary Weisen and children of ouisville are spending the summer at l rsR C McElroys of this place Dr 1 M Burton is visiting his parents in Kirk ville Miss Bonnie Waters of this place visited her sister Mrs Wm Mahoney of Louisville last week TTT Terms OUR ARE THAN OTHERS SOZOKOLAREFRESHING ROYAL ROOT BEER NONINTOXICATING 5cIN BOTTLES h LLlpa1o IIJb = Our stock df Clothing is complete including the newest things in Gray 3 piece suits and Blue lincl Gray coat and pants suits alsoa frill stock of Youths and Chil dren 5 sl1iI r the next raoijth we wilt make esp Gmlly11ow prices on this entire Stock f Wall Paper P Our stock of Valt Paper is too large for offeringltJoJ i ff2c Paper J 1 80 a ocf t 11Oc ioc 1 1612q H ppgrtunitv= DRY 6OODSiETC We also wish to call your attention to our immprise stock of Dry Goods Furnish F ing Goods Shoes etc that we are offeringIat lower prices titan can b6 bought else where Call and See us before making your purchase t Cunningham Duncan BardstotivinisMrs Will Hagan is visiting her mother at Adairyille Mr Lindsay Gilmer of Kansas City was here last week visitingfriend- sDrLee Shuck formerly orLeba non now of Nelson Mo visited his aunt Mrs C R McElrpy last Tuesday Mr C HMcElroylof Kansas City Mo is here visiting his parents Mr and sirs C R McElr y Messrs Chas Boswell and Mack Yankey are at Princeton Ind on busi ness Miss Louise Hayden has returned home after a visit to her aunt Mrs A H Robertson of Bardstown Mr A R Shultz returned home Friday from Louisville Mrs J T Cra croft of Chicago III is the guest of her daughters Mes dames G C Wharton and W D Mc Elroy of this place Misses Josie Lee and Lydia Mc Elfoy spent one day in Louisville Las t week Mr Will S Plattwho resided in Washington county twentytwo years- ago but who is now a resident of Mt Washington Mo came in with the homecomers and will spend a while here DRINKS BETTER BRICKEN BROS CO Lebanon Ky Mr Len Allen has accepted a posi tion in the railroad office at Crab Orchard He is n upright and reliable young man and will do the Company good service at that place Mrs T D Tapp who has been quite ill for three weeks of an attack of appendicitis improving Mrs Tappiwent to Louisville last week for the purpose of having an operation performed but after an examination it was thought best not to operate at this time I 1It Letter List List of letters remaining uncalled for In the SpringfielcJ Post Office for week ending June 20 1906 t Arcade Hotel Earnest Croutis Mrs Sallie Hagan Frank Losson Will Lurce two Miss Emmer Nors J sephIMoors Mrs Bud Rogers s two Ann K Walker W A WATERS Postmaster Long Tennessee fightI For twenty years W L Ruwls of Bells Tenn fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I beganiapplying Bucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surface this caused the soreness and swelling todisappear never to re turn Best salve in existence 25c afc C J Haydon druggist tT Are You on Drinking With US CARBONATED q OUR DRINKS ARE BETTER TRAM OTHERS RED ROCKNO DOPE NO ALCO- HOLDOAPADE t SPARKLING INVIGORATING Sold Everywhere 0 f t l 1 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 10 1906 a f 1 i lt 1 tif t flit i r 6raustU rk C flt F jif i j i 1 i = I j fr i t1p p= fcevdVljr gxi him a look of but wltuottt a seconds scornIplaced the missive In Yetives The Iron Counts jaw dropped moistened lite lips with his tongue two or three times Something told him that a valuable chance had gone I shall be only too happy to have your highness read the result of my first lesson In the Graustark language cbe said smiling flay ly upon the count Two men In uniform came rushing up to the party manifestly excited Saluting the general both began to speak at once J One at a time commanded the JOthernoblemen from the castle came up out of breath We have discerned signal fires In i the bills your excellency said one of the men from thG fort There Is a circle of fires and they mean some thing Important For half an hour they have been burning near the monastery Also in the valley below and on the mountains to the youth There was an Instant of deathly si lence as If the hearers awaited a crash Marlanx looked steadily at Beverlys face and she saw the triumphant ac cusing gleam in his eyes Helplessly she stared Into the crowd of faces Her eyes fell upqn Baldos who sud denly appeared In the background His face wore a hunted Imploring look The next Instant he disappeared among the shadows CHAPTER Tex MarlanxTwith a detail of picked troopers abun dred of them I wll meet him there in half an hour He gave other sharp imperative commands and in the twin kUng of an eye the peaceful atmos pber was transformed into the turbu lent exciting rush of activity The slg nificance of the fires seen in the hills could not be cheaply held Instant ac tion was demanded The city was filled with the commotion of alarm the army was brought to Its feet with a jerk that startled even the most am bitious The first thing that General Marlanx did was to Instruct Quinnox to set a vigilant watch over Baldos He was not to be arrested but it was under stood that the surveillance should be but little short of incarceration He was found at the barracks shortly after the report concerning the signal fires and told in plain words that General Marlanx had ordered a guard placed over him for the time being pending the result of an Investigation Baldos had confidently expected to be thrown Into a dungeon for his affront He did not know that Grenfall Lorry stood firm In his conviction that Baldos was no spy and was supported by others in high authority Marian was bottling his wrath and holding back fits revenge for a distinct purpose Apart from the existence ot- a strong healthy prejudice in the guards favor what the old general believed and what he could prove were two distinct propositions He was crafty enough however to take advan stage of a condition unknown to Beverly Calhoun the innocent cause of all his bitterness toward Baldos As he hastened from the council chamber his eyes swept the crowd of eager exclted women in the grand hall From among them h0 picked Beverly and advanced upon bet without regard for time and consequence Despite her animation he was keen enough to see that she vas sorely troubled She did not shrink from him as he had half expected but met him with bold dis lain in her eyes This is the work of your champion ihe said In tones that did not reach ears Other than her own I prophesied It you must remember Are you satisfied now that you have been deceived in him 1 I have implicit confidence In him I suppose you have ordered his arrest she asked with quiet scorn He is under surveillance at my sug gestion For your sake and yours alone lam giving him a chance He is jrour protege You are responsible for bekotion There Is a sickening rumor in court circles that you have more than a merely kind and friendly interest In the rascal If I believed that Miss Cal boon Ifear my heart could not be kind to him but I know it Is riot true You have a loftier love to give He is a clever scoundrel and there is no telling how much harm be has already done to Graustark His every move Is to be watched and reported to me It jwllt be Impossible for him to escape Rye him from the vengeance of the may I am permitting him to remain in your service ostensibly at least His ours of duty have been changed how ever Henceforth he in the night guard from midnight till dawn I am telling you thus Miss Calhoun because I want yoOj to know that in spite of all tM ladigajty I have suffered you are sftere to nMrtkan any other being In the UrerM JBor U me even than my loyal y te Graw ark Do me the bon r and IwBtlce to waieater this I Have suf i i 1 I f f i ri 1 0 R f I f GEORGE BARR f M GUTGHEON 1 v 4 Author or Gtauslark t J f 1 i iop t Id coaiwn- ir t 0 r t t tI9II k fered inu3i for you T am a rough hardened soldier and you have mis construed inj devotion Forgive the harsh word uiy HMston may have in- spIred FarewoJH I itrrrst off to undo the damage we aU lay at the door of t fk1glIer the chance to reply A moment later he was mounted aid off fur the eastern gates there to direct the movements of Colonel Braze and his scouts Beverly flew atf once to Yetive with her plea for Baldos She was confronted by a rather sober faced sovereign The ws of the hour was hilt comforting the princess and her ministers You dont believe be ti a spy cried Beverly stopping just Inside the door presuming selfishly that Baldos alone was the cause for worry She resolved to tell Yetive of the conflict In the park Dear me Beverly I am not think lug of him Weve discussed him jointly and severally and every Other way and he has been settled for the time being You are the only one wbo Is thinking of him my dear child We have weightier things to annoy us Goodness how you talk He Isnt annoying Oh forgive me Yetive for I am the silliest addle patedest goose in the kingdom And you are so troubled But do you know that he is be- Ing watched They suspect him So did I at first Ill admit it But I lontnow Rave you read the note I gave to you out there Yes dear Its just as I expected He has known from the beginning He knew when he caught Dagmar and me spying behind that abominable curtain But dont worry me any long er about him please Walt here with me until we have reports from the troops I shall nbt sleep until I know what those fires meant Forget Baldos for an hour or two for my sake You dear old princess Im nn awful brute sure nough Ill forges him for ever for your sake It wont be hard either Hes Just a mere guard Pooh Hes no prince- Whereupon reenforced by Mrs An guish and the Countess Halfont she proceeded to devote lierself to the task of soothing and amusing the distressed princess while the soldiers of Grau stark ransacked the moonlit hills The night passed and the next day was far on Its way to sunset before the scouts came in with tidings No trace of the mysterious signalers had been found The embers of the half dozen fires were discovered but their builders were gone The search took in miles of territory but it was unavailing Not even a straggler was found The so called troupe actors around whom suspicion centered had been swallowed by the capacious solitude of the bills Riders from the frontier posts to the south came In with the report that all was quiet In the threat ened district Dawsbergen was lying quiescent but with the readiness of a skulking dog There was absolutely no solution to the mystery connected with the fires on the mountain sides Buldos was questioned privately and earnestly by Lorry and Daugloss His reply was simple but It furnished food for re- Section and at the same time no Ittle relief to the troubled leaders It Is my belief Mr Lorry that the fires were built by brigands and not by your military foes I have seen these fires in the north near Axplialn and thy were invariably meant t es tablish communication between epa rated squads of robbers all belonging to one band My friends and 1ion more than one occasion narrowly escaped disaster by prying into the affairs of these signalers I take It that the squads have been operating In the south and were brought together last night by means of the fires Doubtless they have some big project of their own sort oil foot That night the city looked for a rep etition of the tires but the mountains were blnck from dusk till dawn Word reached the castle late In the evening from Ganlook that anAxphiilnian no bleman and life followers would reach Edelweiss the next day The visit was a friendly but an Importan one The nobleman was no other that the young Duke of MIzrox Intimate fr end of the unfortunate Prince Lorenz who met his death at the hand of rinse Ga briel and wdd theTfcaikr of the party which opposed the ve geful plans of Princess Volga His i rrlva In Edel weiss was awaited wit deep anxiety for It was suspected that his news would be of the most portant char acterBeverly Calhoun sat m the balcony with the princess long fter midnight The sky was black with the clouds of ac approaching storm The air was heavy with foreboding silence Twice from their darkened corner near the pillar they saw Baldos as be paged steadily past the castle on patrol with Haddan at his side Dreamily the watchers in the cool balcony looked down upon the somber park and Its occasional guardsman Neither was in the mood to talk As they rose at last to go to their rooms something whizzed through the sir and dropped with a bolronyn alarm A faint light front Beverlys floorDontprincess as the girl started forward with an eager exclnrantlon But Beverly had been thinking of the dobject that now quivered before her In the dull light saucy aggressive and jaunty as it was the night when she saw It for the first time A long slim red feather bobbefll to and fro as if saluting tier with soldierly fidelity Its base was an orange into which It haJJ been stuck by the hand that tossed It from below Beverly grasped It with more ecstasy than VK dom and then rushed to the stone rail Ing Yetive Jwkiug on In amazement DJJgentJy she searched the ground below for tbo mnn who had sent the red message but hOWI8 nowhere in sight Thou enmo tlW midden realization that sue was revealing timust unnmldenly eagerness to him ns well nstqthe princess fo r shecfhl njt doubt that lie- ions watching froth the sbndowsHbe low She withdrew from the rail in confusion and fhxl to her bedchnmborV followed by her curious companion There were explanationsnoneof 1no II IJ Dont touch ft Beverly which struck speaker or listener ns log lcalandthere were giggles which completely simplified the situation Beverly thrust the slim red feather Into her hair and struck an attitude that would have set Baldos wild with Joy If he could have seen It The next day when she appeared In the park the feather stood up defiantly from the band of tier sailor hat tbough woman ly perverseness Impelled her to Ignore Baldos when he passed heron his way to mess The Duke of MIzrox came into the city hours after the time set for his ar rival It was quite dark when the es cort sent by Colonel Quinnox drew up at the castle gates with the visitor The duke and his party had been robbed by brigands In Jhe broad daylight and at a point not more than five miles from Edelweiss And thus the mystery of the signal fires Was explained Count Marlanx dldnot soon forget the trium look he received from Beverly Calhoun when the dukes misfortunes were announced Shameless as it may seem she rejoiced exceedingly over the acts of the robbers MIzrox announced to the princess and her friends that he was an emissary from the Axphalnlan govern ment Instead he was but little less than a fugitive from the wrath of Volga and the crown adherents Ear lier in the week he had been summon ed before Volga and informed that his absence for a few months at least from the principality was desirable The privilege was allowed him of selecting the country which he desired to visit during that period and he coolly chose Graustark He was known to statebutfriendship also gave him a welcome in Edelweiss MIzrox plainly stated his position to Yetive and the prime minister He asked for protection but de dined to reveal any of the plans then maturing In his home country This reluctance to become a traitor even 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acreI f tB D Lake Springfield i + + + +111 888881881 BUGGIES FHARNESS HARDWAREI But its buggies that we want to say a few words about We just merely want to invite you in to see the handsomest line ever brought to Springfield At Prices Low comPletelineJ J But if you wantof H HARNESSCheap or Fine Farm or Buggy Harness we can supply your wants at satisfactory prices e I WELLS BROTHERS 44s 18 sT C 81 81 11 it Daily Herald and Sun 2 r BEVERLY OF- GRAVSrARK By GEORGE BARR M CUTC1f EON Author of GrautUrk Copyright flwiftvDofd Mtadand Crmpanv Ivory snmll boy lUll men Out for timo menton the flay when he and bls kniillter wore driven through the streets Jon their way to exile We lime n new man In the castle jttinrd and there Is a uiystery attached to him Would you uiiiid loolxing at ijilui and telling us If he Is what Fred rrrIe night be In his manhood Lorry nit the question nud every one pros vet drew a deep breath of Interest MIzrox readily consented ujul Bui dos intercepted on his rounds was led unsuspecting Into an outer chamber the duke accompanied by Lorry and Baron Dangloss entered the room ihey were gone from the assemblage Out a few minutes returning with siniles yf uncertainty on their faces It Is Impossible your highness for mo to say whether or not It Is Fveil erle said the duke frauklj lie Is what I Imaginer the pretender might be u this age Hut It would be shier folly for me to speculate do not know the matt Beverly squeezed the Countess Dug mars arm convulsively Hurrah she whispered In great re lief Dngniar looked at her in uston ishment She could not fathom the whimsical American They have been keeping an Inces Runt Watch over the home of Frederic cousin lie Is to marry her when the time is propitious voluntoert l the young duke She Is the most beautiful girl In Axphaln and the family Is one of the wealthiest Her parents bitterly oppose the match They were to have been secretly married some months ago and there Is u rumor to the effect that they did succeed In evading the vigilance of her people You mean that they may be uiar rled asked Yetlve casting a quick glance at Beverly It Is not improbable your highness He lJ known to be a daring young fel low and he has never failed In a siege against the heart of womuu Report has It that he Is the most invincible Lothario that ever donned loves ar mOl Beverly was conscious of fur thee glances In her direction and a faint pink stole Into her temples Out fugitive princes are lucky In neither love nor war went on the duko Poor Dnntan who Is hiding from Gabriel Is betrothed to the daughter of the pres ent prime minister of Dawsbergen the beautiful lolanda I have seen her She Is glorious your highness Ill too harp seen hersnld Yetlve more gravely than she thoughtliThe report of their betrothal Is true then His sudden overthrow prevented tt nuptials which were to have taken place In a month had not Gabriel re turned tIer father the Duke of Matz wisely accepted the inevitable anti became prime minister to Gabriel lolun da It is said remains true to him and Bends messages to him as he wanders through the mountains Beverlys mind Instantly reverted to the confessions of Baldos He had admitted tht sending and receiving o messngea through Franz Try as sh would she could not drive the tltoitgh- frotu her mind that he was Dantan thlfthislove from lolantla The audience last ed until late in the night but she was so occupied with her own thoughts that she knew of but little that transpired- Of one thing she tons sure She could not go to sleep night HE next morning Aunt Fanny hml a hard timeoi Her T mistress was petulant there hrlghtIbackward over a fence she hall fallen asleep Aunt Fanny obeyed her Instructions on this luckless tuorutug It was Beverlys rule to be called ev erj morning at 7 oclock But how was her attendant to know tjiat the graceful young creature whohndklek- e the counterpane to the foot of the bed and had mauled the pillow out nit shape had slept for less thou thlrt minutes How wassbe to know that the Unshed face ami frown wore born In the course of a night of distressing perplexities She knew only thntth sleeping beauty who lay before be was the fairest creature In all the uni verse For some minutes Aunt Fnuu stood off and admired the rich yottihft- glory of the sleeper prophetically r luctant to disturb her happiness Thin she obeyed the Impulse of duty and spoke the st minuning words Wlm what time Is It demanded NodIsplendid but discontented yawn Seben Miss Wha time do yo spose hit Is Hits d reglah time o cose Did yo all have a nice steel honey and Aunt Fanny went blissfully about the business of tile hour III didnt sleep a wink confound It grumbled Beverly rubbing her and turning on her hack to glare eyesj the tapestry above the conch Yo wasii wliikin any whfeu Ah fust come Into Ill roOm lemTne to yo cackled Aunt Fanny with caus tic freedom j See here now Aunt Fanny Im going t to stand nay lecture from you this morning When a fellow hasnt slept l11hos alecturln anybody Ahtl Ink to know Ahm jes telliu yo what yo was adoin when Ah came Into tIe room Yo was nslei pin petty dpg cone tiuht Icmme tell yo Isyolgoln t lOUt fo yo walk hero beakfus holies use If yo is yo all be obleegedI to climb outn fiat bald uin like Yo lint Is ready Miss Beviy Beverly splashed the water with un reasonable ferocity for a few minutes trying to enjoy a diversion that had not failed her until this morning Aunt Fanny she announced after looking darkly through her window into the mountains above if you cant brush my hair ouch Irany easier than this Ill hats snare one else do It thats all Youre a regular old hrnr IV HI honey was all the com plaient bear said In reply without nl tering her methods in thd least Well said Beverly threateningly with a shake of her head he careful thats all Have you heard thenews- Wlia news Jllss Bevly Were going buck to Washlnton thank tie Lawd When I dont know Ive just this Instant made up my mind think well start lets see this Is the nth of August isnt It Well look and see If you dont know stupldTlw 10th My goodness Where has the time gone anyway Well well start some time between the 11th and the 12th Of this monf Miss Bevly No September I want you to look up n timetable for uie today We mut set about the trains Deys ouy one leavln herb dully an hit goes at t in de mourn One train a tiny Ala lilt scaiilou- Im sure Aunt Fanny it is their business nol ourssaid Beverly see verely Praps they mought be runuln a excuhslon rosin bout Septembch Miss Bevly speculated Aunt Fanny cons sollngly Dey geuly line em In Sep tembelj You old goose cried Beverly In spite of herself Ala yo hablner good time hpuey v No l am not uFo de Jan sake Ah woukln splcloned hit fo a m unit Hits de gayest place Ah mos eveh saw cept Wttshton an Lextoh an Vicksbnff Well you dont know everything salt Beverly cross I wish youd take that red feather out of my hat right away Shall Ah row hit away Miss Bevly We11 no You neednt do that said Beverly Put tt on my dressing table Ill attend to It Whus become o tIe gennnan itt wo lilt in defust plnceAh alit seen him fo twothree days IIlm sure I dont know Hes probably asleep That class of people never lose sleep over anything Es er powful good lookiri pus son suggested Aunt Fanny Bet erlys eyes brightened quiteewith that lint oTahiti out de featheh Jes usWell leave it alone Dont disturb my things Aunt Funny How many times must I tell you Good Lawd was all that Aunt Fanny could say Dont forge about the time tables said Beverly as sue sallied forth fo her walk In the park In the afternoon she went thriving 3ouaft s 1nrtwate t lesson in poker He looked so sure of himself that Beverly hated him tq the point of desperation At the same time she was eager to learn hOw mutter- stood with Baldos The counts threats n hung over her head veiled by Its ridiculous shadow of mercy She knew him well enough by this time to fee convinced that Baldos would have t account for ills temerity sooner u helplessIIItR too hot she protested when he gamedthe shade But your highness complained the dayoI think theres a g ins called shoot serll1elyItlarly good for warriors You could hII shooting something all the time IrtsclSIt but Ballot was soon afterward set ostloathsome nightr Beverly se home o rrI In woulenuistzluglnmajor upon relel lu nothInwas ever coming home He filth o tthata she had but Ilttl use or army of Graustark nil was especial disappointed In the set of men Yetlvi retrained as her prhu gutted For the life of her t1eerl- oulet not have tow why she dtaap proved of the guard In general or particular but she was conscious the fjict niter the letter hits that fine lied said many things mjghj jnive been left unwritten B sides It lens not Baldosr fault that she 11could not sleep It was dgtlllctl her own He had uothlHg to do with It IIJII bet father will be glad to that I am coming home she said Yetlve after the letter was gone Oh Beverly dear hate to hear your going cried the princess When filth you tell him could star- tYhyoherIet me see when ilkl I Say Dash mer as Mr Anguish could say dont believe save a date It seems to rue r surd soon thats all You dont know hoar relieved I am exclaimed Yetlyp rapturously and Bev erly was In hlsii dudgeon because of the Implied reflection I believe you are in a tiff with Baldos went on Ye tire airily Goodness How foolish youacan bent times Yotlve was what Beverly gave back to her highness the Princess of Graustark Lute In the evening couriers came In tram the Dnwsbergpn frbiftler with re ports which created eonsiileroble ex citement In erratic stud army circles Prince Gnbrlel himself had been seen in the northern part of tics doiiiuflr ac tompiinled by a large detaclunent of picked soldiers Lorry set out tint fiery night for the frontier happy In the belief that something worth while was about to occur General Marlanx issued orders for the Edelweiss array corps to mass beyond the southern gates of the city the next mornini Commands were also sent to thisout lying garrisons There was to bo a general movement of troops before the end of the week Graustark was not to be caught napping Long after the departure of Lorry rind Anguish the princess sat on the balcony with Beverly tad the JCounl ess Dagmar They filth not tulle much The mission of these venturesome American husbands was full of danger Something In the air had told their wives that the first blows of tto r were to be struck before they looked again upon the men they lover I think we have been betrayed bj some one sold Dagmar niter un nl most Interminable silence Her com panion did not reply The couriers say that Gabriel knows where we are weakest at the front and that he knows our every movement Yellve there Is a spy here after all And lint spy liar access to the very heart of our deliberations added Bev erly pointedly I say this in behalf of the wait whom yon evidently suspect couhtess He could not know these things III do not say that he does know Miss Calhohh but it Is not beyond rea son that he imay be the gobetween the means of transferring information from the main traitor to the messengers who await outside our walls Oh I doilt believe IU cried Beverly hotly I wonder if these things would have happened If Baldos had never conies to Edelweiss mused the princess As though by common impulse both of the Grausturk women placed their arms about Beverly hIts because we have so much at stake BeVerly dear whispered Dn jmar Forgive me if Ihave hurt youOf course Beverly sobbed a little In theipffort to convince them that she did not cure whom they accused if he proved to be the right man in the end They left her alone on the balcony For an hour after midnight she sat there and dreatneuV Every one was realy to turn against Baldos Even she had been harsh toward him for hfid she not seen him relegated to the niist obnoxious of duties after promis a far different life And now rhat was he thinking Of her His de upontIearii the Identity of the other No doubt he was attributing his degrada tion in a sense to the fact that she no longer relished his services bavins seim a romantic little Ideal shattered by his flrtn assertions Of course slip knjw that General Marlanx was alone In truniental in assigning him to the butsv was Baldos to know that she was no the real power behind the Iron Co int tlight drizzle began to fall cold anti tieogladros but hlmmeriiig In spots touched by the feeble park lamps She ret eated through her window deter mined tp go to beU Her rebellious htinnIfhedarknessIa slit threw a gossamer about tIer grasped an inibrella and venturedout upon th bal ony one more Guiltily size search lIrl7zllngithe rend which wits so well known to her A lust he strode beneath a lamp not coursercon see wall For a long time he stood motionless be seetpy Ills shoulders drooped and they filldlightcwiths woreeevenbo a The snoreals it slave to discipline eybeenn startoQpassttbutea dream he thought askySl e suggestion of a laugh behind it With long ptrides he crossed the pavement hetor e go ottOfe Wondering Baldos Wondering yonI BiliousnessThat sallow yellow looktbOM terrible bead- achesthatdulled brain all these things bil- lousnesswbicb ie thedirectresultot a liver which 0formltsfunctions In a natuttl way Beforeyoet can destroy that bilious condition you must yourliven rm and nothing will accomplish this quickly or so thoroughly as Dr CaldeIl9sf LaxertueSyrup psinThis remedy is the most valuable onitainable for all liver and kindred trout drivdirectlythan pills oils salts and flaw oathensondition than before androngd power DRCALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIW n be obtained in both dollar and half druggistsYour if it dotlilt youYour request will brine by fetnm CALDWELLSOOK onllemlfreaaedy caMsstlSold by The Rill Cress DrufStwa 1 HAVE WEN CD exclusive T CON hill The Sticker H is th- eWinnerr Hammar Condensed Paint lead aft today because it is made to stick Itis guaranteed to stick for five years onlythreeHouse of St Louis guarantee their paint to stick for five cars your t money back if it dont and this is notItalk either Come in some and we backedbyin cash and a reputation of over a third ofacentury for square deals We will show you how you can save 25 on your next pnint bill Benjember HnmmarPnintin this place who hnve the authority te eell and guarantee this paint R L Cecil Fredericktown Kyi BVY li Fence Cheaper than wood Wilt last a UfetiflMt tllhist barll Ne1ft fair It t 1t PatrepYCINCINNATI O jDrtr Janis et trot Teat riwira tewdrwill MBfriMfM eCeui4 see ew SprfefielJ Alonunent C Aft JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD J KENTlTGKS AttentionrEverycottrtsey sbqwn Iandsome Line of Casket and Burial tiW Telephone Dav Night 74 CarriageShop- I am prepared to do all of your wMtl work and repairing at the most reMe able price FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles for stile I also here one new made secn a tand sprint wacron Buggy trimmilgi rOf all kinds on handl JnlY 1 1908 t5pntrtili X i1 I 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1906 + L L Read this Program and see what gOd things are in store for CJIATAQ U A JuneS6 July6n Now is the time to buy Season Tickets Adults 15Or Children 1 1 Secure Tents and Tent Space Come early and get choice of rLL See A SCEARCEharman Grounds Committe Out For Good Washington D C June 13 Senator Blackburn whose duties as chairman of the Democratic caucus and Demo cratic leader jn tne Senate hqve pre vented him from attending the Home Coming is receiving many letters daily asking whether heisor will bea candi date for thd Democratic nominatigh for Governor ofi Kentucky The Senators letters on ttie subject has aboutreached the onetho sand mark This afternoon he wi asked how he was going to answer them 4For the answers I have had time to make saiq Senator Blackburn I have infornied my friends that I am not a candidate Continuing he said I am not a can didate and do hot expect to bt come a candidate for any office I have a keen realization of what the Democrats of have done for me and my feeling of obligation is such that there 1s no office in the Commonwealth that I would not accept if it were thejudg mont of feUow Democrats that such action were necessary to save my party from defeat There is nothing evasive equivocal inj my attitude I shall never seek another nomination I shall never forget what I owe to people through whose generosity I have been favored anythinglmy appreciation will be done gladly3 wiJLLISBURG Rev Mullins delivered a very inter esting sermon at this place last Sunday morning and evening Dr G WL Yojrg lectured at this place last unday afternoon on Incal option He jhad a large attendance and the lecture was fine The audience made up a good coptribution for the cause The e is scarcely any opposition here to thej question of local option and your correspondent cant see wjhy any good citizen of this county should b34against local option Whisky has caused morel trouble sorrow and heart aches than any one thing we have ever had to deal With t Little Wallace Bell a viiiting her aunt Mrs Bettie Gibbs at this place MesdamesSallie Sutherland and Mary Hughes spent one day of last week with Mrs Lucy rider E J Pinkston spent Sunday at tho home of J W Shirley Mrs Sam Yeager spent Sunday with her father n Mooresville Little Ray Wells is visiting her grand parents at LWrenceburgV Miss Flossie Hardin and Tom Coulter were quietly married at Rev J A Sims last Sunday aftern on SYCAMORE VALLEY We have been absent for several weeks so Will now jot down a few items Mr and Mrs D W Crow and little daughter Mary Effie visited friends at PolinSaturilay night and Sunday Misses Jessie Noel and Hattie Suttles attended the temperance lecture at Willisbunr undey aftern- oonrRev W E Sutherland is on the sick list George PJrather and family visited at the home jof Allen Sutton Saturday night and Sunday 0 Little Miss Mary Frances Mcllvoy has returned home from St Catherines where she has been attending schoolIJVL Cammack has returne honie at Wdrdsville after a two month stjatthisJp1ace VMn Tom Tavip and Mrs Maggie jThewmakerweremarrie I Thurrday f jBtfc ors Coulter and Miss Flossie p Hardin were quietly married at the home of Rev J A Simms Surday eyening The writer and thejr n anj friends wish them 4 longimd happy life Born to the wife of Charles Scruggs- a 12 pound girlCcrnelia B Mr an l Mrs J T and Mr and Mrs B P Pratherspent Saturday with Mr and Mrs Pope Bishop J D Sutherland bought a cow and calf from Edfl Montgomery for 33 also- a calf from LeeSuttles for 2 Thomas Mcllvoy sold to Hilton Shewmaker a slfbinder1or 40 We are all in favor of local option ITEMPERANCE NOTES Putting stuff down the throat takes the stuff out of the pocket Dr H W Wiley of the bureau of chemistry declines to retract his asser Lion that 85 per cent of all whisky sold over the bars of the United States la adulterated Tie use of strong drink produces mor Idle less crime disease want misery tpgetherITie Chicago RecordHerald is responsible for the statement that the follow- Ing sign hangs over the door of a saloon In Portland Ore Drinks of all kinds 10 csnts The best drink in the house is ccld water If the saloons of this country should nil be wiped from the face of the earth Inn single daj the question Is asked What will the drunkards wives do Well they mlihtstart a laughing school They would surely sing Prateo God from whom all blessings How COL STEPHEN P JOCELYN Made a Brigadier General to Succeed Gen Buchanan Washington June lTho secretary of war authorized the announcement that It had been decided by the presl lnt to appoint Cql Stephen P Toce lyn who Is the senior colonel of the line now serving as a brigadier gen oral to succeed Gen Buchanan and ol Walter T Dun now on the Philippines First infantry fa succeed Oeh Frank D Baldwin Both of these Ameers are civil war veterahs with excellent records GEiE BtST oJ Recently Enlarged WITH 25000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the World tholatestNew Biographical Dictionary containing the names of jovor 10000 noted persons nr r 11tl dent etc TnA1t1uiphmLLDUnited PagesNew Blnainei NeededlnEveryHome rAlso Webster Collegiate DIctloQary rc i lUattratloEi llIdlncaIJIlDphleaMERRJAM CO Publlahers Sprlagfleld Ma I 0Subscribe for The Sun 100 year t I r l CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM 4 OPEZlNDAY P11 JUNB26lh190B 7BQ Address oifW lCo no u Thoiasiroh 745 Responsh iy Dr EL Baton 800 ConcorLVlsh PrizO Singers Male Quartotto A M JUNS 27th 930 Devotional Hour 10 30 Prelude MusicWelsh Quartette lfl45 Trained Birds und Dogs P M Prof Pamahasika 200Musical Prelude Welsh Quartette ShadowI430 Choral ClassProf RobtFullerton 730 MusicWelsh Quartette 800 Pamahasikas trained birds dogs A M TUNE 28th 1 930rtfeyotional hour 1030 Prelude Music Welsh Quartette 1045 Lecture Peoj le I Have Met Sunshine Hawks 200 Prelud Music Welsh Quartette 280 Lecture The Dream of Equality F ithir Francis Kelley 400 RoundTnbeDr Eaton 430 Choral ClsProf Fullerton 730 Musical Prelude Welsh Quartette 830 American Vitagraph Pictures A M JUNE 29th 930 Devotional Hour- 1030 Prelude Music Welsh Quartette IIHAND AT BELLAS A WarTime Incident Concerning a Faithful Nurse and a Tip IpUng Doctor hospital wore talking say Jim theresa new hand at the bqllows in this shopwe never had things so nice before Thats soth old un is a captain- I tell you she drills them sne does When she net came an I heard her dressin UOn the misses I thought wed got a tartar but bltss her when she tomes to the sick tins shes ten moth S rolled into one lThls is the first time anything has tasted good since I came in here sighed a weak skeleton of a man on the next couch The new matron stood very lit tle upon ceremony she expressed her opinion upon persons as unhesitatingly as upon things She rebuked the assist ant surgeons when they neglected their Jroper duties and became such a thorn in their sides that they determined to twist her One morning the surgeon in twrgewaa sleeping off his drunkenness after a spree of the night before At II oclock when he did come the ma ron confronted him with a few terri ble sentencesi1 All these sick without atmelleCttendance orfood indulge a brutal appetite she said with cold emphasis A great fuss ovvery little matter said the surgeonangrily know my own business and 1 shant tolerate your meddling know my business too said the matron and you shall find that out Within a week came a new matron with an order from headquarters super seding the qther Mrs Blssell saw that the woman seemed both sensible and kindly so she said quietly I wish you would withhold this mat ter till the afternoon CHrtainly madam jf it will make a Uffe nee to you Mrs Bissell Imnjjaliateiy put Oil her bonnet and shawl and started for the tvhlte House whore she made one of people waiting A doorkeeper Htood at the first door on the right as die entered She approached him and asked Is U1epiesldentln Yes maam Let me have your card please Within half an hour she was admitted rhe room was largOjnnd furnished like country lawyers office Atii green baize table near the window sat a long lean man running his hand through stiff blade hair struck through with ray Well maam What can do for you Yon can do nothing for me she said respectfully but you Call do a good deal for the soldiers She briefly narrated her experience to which the president listened atten tively I wish Mr President that you would xsk the chief medical director here to look Into this matter with his own eyes and not take his opinions from drunken underlings whoo while soldiers shot down in battle are lingering and dying before him Is lying beastly drunk and then wOllh1turn out of those who rebuke him Madam lwill give you a noteto the doctor and do you go and taUt with him just as you have talked to nie He sat down and took an unglazed vis lUng card and wrote with a pencil Dr Please Hear this womans state ment and make Inquiry In person and If It Is true put her back and pray for 20 more such womenAbraham Lin coln uThereYOlI go yourself If anything turns up and dont go right you come 19 me again Armed with this the matron soon found the medical chief It required but little time to satisfy him She was reinstated the assistant surgeon was dismissed the service and great fear fell upon all who had to do with Agate Blssell National Advocate 1045 Lecture Joan of ArcJ Kol1oy200ltu5ic230 1elograJhyj400 l 430 Choral ClnssProf780 Atfierican Pi4tuyus830CoicertWish JUNE 30th A M GOVERNORS DAYr 930 Devotional 10301 usicProf Fullorton 1045 LctureTbe Birth and P M Death ot WfJ Ids TlalentI300 AddressJion R W Miller 400 Round TableoDr Eaton 400 Base Ball Game 430 Choral ClassProf Fullerton 730 MusicBy Choral Class 800 qhalkTalkJULY Ist SABBATH SEIMCESI- The regular Sabbath Schools and usUalIours200 P M Praise Service All choirs led by Prof Fullerton 300 Sermon 730 United choirs under Prof Fullerton 800 Sermon No admIssion charged for Sabbat Illinois Central R R CeruiianDawsonCalifornia and Colorado tremelrflow round rip Rates to m Louisiana Arkan landIr gs IExcursion ExqurIF w ARLOW D P A Louisville Rules For Private Bills Washington Tune The rules of the senate relative to the dreItton of this class of bills and docu ments after the morning hour simply eCIetaryrrthe en gagement Is jannounced of Bertha 10GustavVon U1evaticanex- tended Indefinitely the provisional commercial arrangement with Sfrvh which was to have terminated ThUrs day night Carnegie g Guest London June AihDassador Reic gave a farewell luncheon Thursday to Robert C dowry president of tla Andre1IThe bill prohibiting cop ratfons fron making money contributions in connecj i yeSjterdaypasstd A Live Wire Enrv nerve is a live wire connectingotnc part of the body with the brain They are so numerous that if you penn trate the skin with the point of a needle you will touch a nerve andreceive a jhock pain it is called Aches and pains come from a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prominent the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes J from a nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facialnerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do this II suffered intense pain caused by ncunilslsi I doctored and used various medicines without getting relief until I began taking Dr Miles Anilrain Pills Tlioy did me more good than all tho medicines I ever mybeadiclmesany bad aftereffects MRS WM BECKMAN 957 W 4th St Erln Pa Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your drutJolstkwhO will guaranteethat the will It falls he will return money 25 doses 25 cents Never sold In bulk Miles Medical Co Elkhjurt Ind JULY 2nd A Mi MA1UONCOUNTtDAYt 980 1080 MuBical PLaJude r tI200 Prelude MusicChOrus280 LectureAmunicasMighty Miss ionHCapt Richmond P Hob son U S N 400 Round Tiblci Dr Eaton 480 Choral CluS8Prof PulliTton 780 MuacProf Pul rtonand churur 800 Lecture Ghosts Goblins and Witch ssDr E L Eaton A 1t iUL Y3rih 930 Devotional HOUR 1080 Musital Prelude ChicagoGleeCub MagicSkinJ1 30 Musical Prelud Chicago Glee Club 200 Entertainment Capt Jack Crawford The Poet Scout A Kaleidascopic Entertainment 400 Round TableDr Eaton 430 ChornlClassProf Fullerton 800 Grand Concert Chicago GIcSThib JULY 4th A M PATRIOTS DAY 930 Devotioral Hour 1030 Music Chlcago Glee Club 1045 Leature John Bulls Opinion of Uncle SamRev Wm SpurgcOn 1200 M Great Basket Picnica200 P M Music Chicago Glee Glut 230 PartiotieiAddresS Rev Geo R Stuart pri6 second Clara Local alent diamond ring Youre sure to be happy if the other arc me To prove it try J pI- Long lines and of ybu to talk in and We can put in and with of this great of We solicit your able and unsur JAMES LELAND HUME President a Maaager a Bacon Hans1vv Side 12Kc Beeswax Staper Rnttfrltcto sfte per pound Spring JDri apples fc per Ducks 8c per pound Corn 3Ioa17Sc to bushel per ff Feathers 45c per pound per pound Oraln Hides Orecn OHc to iO4- cLardbc per pound Lime to Sloo per barrel Mill products Bran 80 shipstuff flOO pel 100pounds totatoes Country OnionsSlOO Salt f145 and flte per barrel Turkeys per undLTallow 4c per Vinegar 3c to per Burry and greasy grease 20c tub washed 28c v Country to leoHoiJOc a SUBSCRIBERS Undor this head alt persons wOn are ttubr Jesse Miller R F D No2 has for ale fbur head of Good rade Sherman Martin has for Hale a mare with mule by her side one good steer calf eight geese and a good sow pigs t Robert Willis burg R F No1 has for sale two one milk cows also three sows and pigs JBj B has for s a good Jersey cow J D Rt3 hrs for sale 1000 30 has for sale four head twoyearoldsteers of good grade Robert Mayes has for sale some pure bred hares Price them J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc boar J 400 Base Ball 400 Round TableDr Eaton iFullerton7SO800 prze Elocutionary Contet One contestaitlrom each 0 the COtlr AdqirGreenLnRue 25 to first and S1Q A M JULY 5th Devotional Hour lO30 Conccrt Glee b 2 p I MUFicalPruttlcreChicaJroGJeeCwb 230 Follies 1d Slurgeon4O730 Musical Prelude 800 Musichl and Elocutipnary Enter tainment Miss Von Phul AM JULY 6th 930 Hour O30 MusicProf1045 LectureuTh polit Teeter E L Eaton 200 P M MusicChor s 230 Uncle Sam Sufficient Unto DeWitt Miller 100 QfChautaquation of officers for ensuing year 130 Choral ClassProf Fullerton 740 Mus and 100 the Great A Royal Sweethearts i I youvehmgedwith a lovely t I ring presents bought of JAS GRAVES CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COKPOKATBD telephones this Company enable almost anywhere Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi you quick satisfactory communication the people section the country patronage Rates reason Equipments passed E CALDWELL T D WEll Geal 8cr rAtGeL1r Springfield Market pound CliickensUens9i40 pound 80cper Eggsbc dozen Flour2GOto Ginienmr750 Whont rrtrnfWnOata gallon Wool lMcclear Sorghurn4e J FREE COLUMN charKOdtcrtllementa wantedfand atOryyearling steers Springfield black and Thompson number Waters Springfield Sutherland Springfield Hickerson Mackville of Springfield reasonable Comeanasee thoroughbred MatclrGathe 930 MU8icalArt Devotional Fullerton BoardDr LecttireIs HimselfJohn cChorus Hendrickson Magician OPPORTUNITY younglady distance Louisiana facilities Commissioners Sale Monday June 25 1906 W E Selecman Etc Plaintiffs vs Coleman Stigall Defendants By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the rcuit Court 1906inof 1272 with interest at the rate of six per centum perannum from thE 18th day of April 1905 until paid I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Court onMonday daytolic auction upon i credit of six months thefollowing described property towit or a sufficient thereof to produce the sums of money so ordered to be made Two tracts of land on the waters of KybQundedsouth hy Linsolns Run turnpike on west by dirt road from Turn pike to Beech Fork on northwest and north by said dirt road and W T Stig jyBeechAmount to be raised Debt and interest 121345 Cost etc 4500 Amount 125845 For the purchase price the porchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal iterest from date of sale until paid and the force and egect of a judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply with these terms M G LEACHMAN M C W a C A Useful Machine Banfctown Standard Landlord Gee Talbott of the Newman House has placed in the office of his hotel an exceedingly convenient contrivance In the Way of a slot machine By placing a nickel in the slot the little affair ll X nishes a person with a nice white en npaOnbohadchine will be highly apprecu t d by the public 4