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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii lJr m tpritigitlb Uit i DEV TED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY ff VOLUME l1 I I ISPIIINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNEf21 1906 T MUMIEI 13 f i BUSINESSJL1 EN TESTIFY They Have Had Local Option Less Than Two Years But Have Seen Surprising Re ults Business Has Increased Morals Are a Thousand Times Better Property Values Have IncreasediBankers Merchants Lawyers Doctors Officials Testify a to the Good Results Following Local Option SOLD WHISKY FOR 22 YEARS I SOLD- WET GOODS FOR TWENTYTWO YEARS I AM NOW SELL ING DRY GOODS AND I AM MUCH BETTER PLEASED WITH MY NEW OCCUPATION FROM A MORAL STANDPOINT I AM QUITE SURE THE TOWN IS MUCH BETTER AND I CAN CERTAINLY SEE NO CHANGE IN BUSINESS FOR THE WORSE S D GIBBONS t Hodgenyille Ky June 151906 Good Effect on Business Hbdgenviilfi Ky June 15Ed Sun In answertoyour inquiry regarding the effect that local option had upon our town Will spy it has been for the bet ter in more vaysthan one One would have to be a of this place to appreciate thp moral effect An arrest for disorderly conduct is almost un known while under the license system it was frequent Our police records show six cased within the past year for drunk and disorderly conduct and in justice to the cause will say that the majority of these were persons who came to our town in that condition As regards the effect upon business it has been good Our merchants have done better sold more goods and had better collections since the law went effect than b tore I have been in business here ten years in a small way and the improved condition induced me to organize a stock Company with a capital stock of 25000 to conduct a general business because I felt that the changed condition of the town and community justified it M 5re could be said but this is enough to sa 1fY the most sl ept cal thatve changegarW Read President of the Read Mercantile Co Constantly Increasing Iodgenville Ky June 16Ed Sun My business has been constantly in creasing sincewhisky went out of the town last January a year ago We are all thoroughly satisfied with the way matters are n loving and I am of the opinion that dn election held today in Hodgenville for the purpose of taking- a vote oh the question would result in practically a Unanimous victory for local option Qur class of trade IS better and people who never did pay debt- pay them fowl Merchants who favo- the saloon stan4 in their G 0 KirkpatrickI Dry Goods iIt Is a blessing v June 15Ed Sun As Superintendent of Schools of LaRue county I have made Hpdgenville my home for almost five years I consider the town in much better condition since the saloons were closed Not only is the town more peaceable and quiet on public days but business js better also Then the young men of the town and county whose habits are not permanently fixed are freed from thetempta tions of the saloon Of this not only we their parents and friends are es pecially glad but they themselves are thankful that they can conic to town and enjoy a day or an evening with friends and associates wjthdut the in terference of the saloon GT addie Siipti Schools rNoBHnd Tigers lipdgenville Ky June ISfEd Sun About the best thing the people of Hod genville ever did was when they voted whisky out I could not have been con vinced at the tifrie that such a change for the better would result I am sure the volume of usiness the town over has been increased at least 25 or 30 percent and then he class pf trade we have Is of the best Not for any reasonable amount would I have whisky hack in Hodgenvile Voting it out has been the making if the town The blind tigers some peopl predicted would flou rish didnt show up At the oUt start there werej two or three boot leggers but thfe people made it so uncomfortable for these violators of law that they too went into high timbers Dont lit anybody tell you that blind tigers or bootleggers wi thrive if the goocj people of the town r f r dont want them to The morality of the town is a thousand times better Now if you dont believe local options best for your town just try it for a while The Oveson Burba Implement Co By Jno H Burba Sec f Its a Good Thing t Hodgenville Ky June 15Ed un- manA only has to cometo Hodgenville and investigate for ail hour or so to be convinced that local option is the best for the town I havelseen local option and I have seen whisky in Hodgenyille and let me say that I am now hence forth and forever a local optionist My business is good my collections are satisfactory and Iam satisfied with Hodgenville and proud of her H I Hansbrough Harness 4 1 hey Buy Groceries Hodgenville Ky June 14Ed Sun The improvement in our grocery trade since Hodgenville voted local option has been surprising and we ar convinced that every grocery in town jean truth Opetionof business Men who used to buy during the saloon days25 c nth worth of flour 10 cents worth of sugar etc now buy in much larger quantities Col lections and cash trade are 500 percent better We were skeptical at first but we are convincednow Cofer Hayes Grocers Dont Need the Saloon Hodgenville Ky June 14ESA Sun We have been in business here for a ofsbeenrin force and we want to emphatically say that we are thoroughly satisfied with the business conditions We dont need the saloon It decreases business local option increases it Try it Jeffries Borders Dry Goods Drunkards are few Hodgenvjlle Ky June 14Ed Sun Has prohibition benefitted Hodgenville Yes far beyond any estimate we can make of its results Men now home sober and take with them something that gladdens the hearts of their chil dren and make home happy by their sober coming Women n children can take their place on the streets the most public days without fear of molestation or Intimidation and the people from the coon ry rejoice with us and say they are benefited in the same way and not molested or interrupted any day or night by the reckless drunken 1underwhlsky Dry Goods A Demand for Houses Hodgeiivilie Ky June 16lad Sun About two years ago the town of Hod gehville voted dry It affords me pleasure tosay that in every respect conditions have improved here by reason of the closing of the saloons Business is better and I am confident that the present demand for both business and residence prpperty is in a large measure 1considwere to be taken on the question today in Hodgenville the majority in favor of closing the saloons would be materially increased qver the vote 0Itwo years Ilago Otis M Mather Attorney i 1 Statements From Cashiers Farmers National Bank FarmersNationaltion and I want to emphatically say that I am more than pleased with our PEQPLEWHOmuch of rjie money they spent for whisky is now deposited in bank Times are better people are better arid we are all carred away with local option optionNegroesity are now in the harvest fieldssome of them have little bank accounts and I am told that many of them can get credit at any of our stores Be sore whisky was voted out not a half dozen negroes could buy a paper of pins on time Whisky will never be sold in Hodgenville again T E Stark Cashier Farmers National Bank LaRue County Deposit Bank Hodgenville Ky June 16Editor Sun Yours of recent date now duly received I will state that the conditions of our town both MORALLY and FINANCILLY have Improved since local option has been in effect For somectime after it carried the a were knockers as always will be the case but they have been getting fey6r all the time until now it is hard to find a man Who will stand out againstfthe plain fact tat our town has been benefited by the action of its Voters Conspicuous among other improvements is one that business men find in the fact that on days of large gath erings in our town we now have only to deal with sober men who attend to business in a business like way I believe jiny community will be benefited by adopting local option alsoknow of severalcases of individuals who have been greatly helped by the closing of saloons J W Muir Jr Cashier of LaRue County Deposit Bank J t w 1 THE MARSHALL WAS DISAPPOINTED Hodgenville Ky June 15 Editor Suntuhold down my position as city marshal of Hodgenvilro and I draw my salrythats about all I do Of course Inose around a little to see if any fellow is going to be fool enough to go to bootlegging here in this town but I can candidly say that this nosing around haspractically amounted to waterhauls The boys of the bootlegging avoca tion have gotit into their heads that we will skin em alive and while there is no law to permit us toskin em I am fully convinced that if we couldnt do away with this nefarious work without ah operation of that nature the people here would perform it If you want to know how many arrests I have mad herein the last six months look into a hens mouth and count her teeth Why we had a circus here last month and I was sure I would get to run in a few boys on that day but in that big crowd of 5000 people THERE WAS NOT A DRUNKEN MAN not one disorderly fellow and I didnt even get a chance to tell a single man to quit cussin In my line its mighty dull Wm Thomas City Marshal w COUNTY OFFICIALS TESTIFY j- Hodtrenville Ky June 15 Editor SunA county officials of LaRue county we want to testify to the worth of local option to Hodgenville We can truthfully say that the good results from focal option are surprising and we do not believe the people here could be induced to even entertain an idea ot again giving the saloon a place among them The town is betterbusiness is better arid all classes of people were never before well contentedlOur court day crowds are always sober and orderly and there has not been a half dozen arrests made here for drunkenness since the saloons were closed L M Gore C C r v v i M v A1iHOWenJ1C k jj fn J R Howell S V W A Robinson C C RUINOUS TO HIS BUSINESS Hodgenville Ky June 15Editor SunI am the Police Judge of Hodgen ville and as such custodian of the records of said office upon an examination of the books of said office I fifi3 that there were from January 1903 to January 1905two yearsbefore this court 103 persons charged with drunkenness or other offences directly referable to said cause During this period wbiry was legally sold in Hodgenville From January 1905 the date local option Wont into effectup to the present time there have been before the police court six persons upon the charge of drunkenness or upon charges attributable to sal cause In view of the above statements it can readily be seen that the office of Eolice Judge has practically been made worthless It has proven ruinous to my business H P Ford Police Judge They Pay Their Debts Hodgenville Ky June 14led Sun If anybody doubts that our business has increased since saloons were voted out of Hodgenville all he has to do is to ex amine our books The increase has been Rloady and we are InqrVJy pleased with the class of trade wonotV have If anybody leaves town to do their trading because we have no whisky here the merchants who get that glass of trade are welcome to it We dont care to be bothered with it Since we have had local option in Hodges villa our business shows an increase of about 35 per cent Another thingI want fymentionco lections We dont have the trouble collecting Poople who used to be ma whaveImfcying the benefits The bacee eon optIOnforthe best thing for the them V G L Hamilton Co Dry Goods AS TO REAL ESTATEJHodgenville yJune5Editor Sun While we believe that the local option law has been an advantage to every legitimate business in Hodgenville r we feel the effect more in the real estate business than any other Since it has bee1in force in ourtown real property has advanced more than it had any two years previous We have sold homes to several of ourcitizens who before were lying around in drunken idleness consuming in the saloon every nickle they could borrow I know of several instances where mortgages were made to get money to buy whiskey but since there has been no whisky to buy the mortgagers have gone to work and made money to release them and many ofour house which to years ago were delapldated and weatherworn have since been repaired and newly painted and our good Women have quit weeping and gone cheerfully to werkplanting flowers and beautifying the home making everything lookIcheerful and happy Claude Hudgins Real Estate Spend Money ffqr Groceries Hodgehville Ky June lEd Sun Having been requested to make a state ment withreference to conditions of our tqwnlunder local option as compared with conditions under the high license system I take pleasure in saying That Ihave very carefully observed and noted conditions under both admin istratlonsand can say that the marked good order and quiet of our town and the absence of arrests for drunkenness since the local option law has been in force is worth to the morals of our town jail that local option costs This conditlon of affairs has often brought forth Hhe remarks that every day is a quiet as Sunday But the most marked change and the first coming to mynojtice was the presence of large crowds ofcJaborers a jnajprity colored in the stores of our town purchasing family groceries meats and such like on Saturday nights who previous to this hliddspent their time on these oc caslon and as it seemed to me mos all of their money in the saloons We carrie local option in our little town by a majority of 50 I believe and I feelsafe in saying that the sentiment is stro gar now than then I made the special mention above because I believ- that thjese are things that go to indi cate the real character of home and m niciqaHifei White everyone may not be satisfied I feel sure that our peopleas a body are pleased with the change 1AttyatLaw A Strong Statement Hodgdnvijle Ky June 14Ed Sun I will giye you an answer in regard to effect ofFwhisky out town You know me of old and my opinion is alwa s based on experience I do like to make money and I watch things very closely and always follow that which is an advantage to my business I am glad the old stuff is gone Now there ar conisidered a any town First the moral part andsec ond the business part By business part I mean what effect it will have on business fin any towns the moral part does not lieed any argument and if there exists any human in your community who argubs that the liquor traffic has nothing do with the nioral welfare of any city please send him to Hodgenville and we will teach him a good lesson by observation Now down to business Our business in Hodgenville has in creased ever thirty per cent on an average since whisky was voted out IWILL GIVE A REWARD TO ANY DOLLARdANY EXPERT BOOKKEEPER FHA BY EXAMINING OUR BOOKS H WILL FAJIL TO FIND THAT BUSINESS HAS NOT INCREASE- OVER THIRTY PER CENT SINCE WHISKY HAS BEEN VOTED OUT OF HODGENVILLE I will give an additional reward of five hundred dol lars 500J to any one who can Prov that the entire business of the town deevoted out of our town Ican name habitnt treeist money away ando home to their families without a worth of merchan disButjvhat about it today They dome to town with their hard earned moneyandspend it freely for the bend fit of their families in good sound marfchandise Let me give you one example and a solid fact Only about four miles out of this town there live four brothers who always made lots of timberas fourteen dollars each a Week are doing this today but what a difference in former days and now They were in the habit of coming to town get drunktgamble their money away being arres ted and would lay out their fines in payWhatare goodbuggyfive dollar sewing machine they own a respectable ox team they come to towa and spend their mofrey for eerieand dry goods and are good customers to this town while in whisky days theyrwere d curse to the whole country The thattfirst as the whisky element tried its bestto make it appear by forcing some business away from here that the busi ness interests of this town is suffering This is allover now and has been for some time We have gained a great victory for our town we have improved our business we are on a boom and prosperous in every line of business I am told that some drummers visiting this placet go to other places and tell you Hodgenville is dead because they voted the whisky out Which killed the towp Please refer such a sore head to beisonly this he either travels for Jjous e which cannot meet competItora1- prices or he is a dead one and ought to be off the road Any inquiries will lie gladly answered Berny Solomon of B Solomon do Dept Store Mr Solomon is a Jew and is one of Hodgenvilles energetic business men A Few Words From the Doctors Hodgenville Ky Junle 14Eq Sun imJrovedHodgenvill HtandpointTheir who are dissatisfied with it Dr T J Poteet Local option is goodgOOd for all the people good for their health and hap piness Some of these fellows who never did PaY a doctors hill pay them now I am for local option teeth and toe nails W E Rodman M D People who see the workings of local wtllEt HodgenD a waaoutthe barroom E S Smith M D BettereHodgenville Ky June 16Ed Sun optionitJfact we do not believe the people of JyHodgewhisky utsinesSi has increapei and the morality of the town is 10Q jtr cent better Smith StiW i D itIll Ivtj r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906 1 1 I Tatham SpningsHote l NowOpe t Guestsl f r j Write For Catalogue l j 4 Tie water has actually cured cases of Briglifs Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gastric and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice every form of Dyspepsia and many other diseases The scenery around the Island and Hotel is picturesque the fishing and boating superb Carey Island on which the i 1 Hotel is located is high and dry con tai nJpbout six acres The Hotel is well ventilafedwith broad verandas on every side ands equipped with all modern improvements and is conducted by Mrs S E Wornall 1all departments in the very best r manner The following are the rates t r r tBOARDPERDAY J tof 2OO J BOARD PER WEEK 1 1OOO I BOARD PER MONTHI s 3500 rt t MRS S E WARNALLLtf + F 7i Manager of Tatham Springs Hotof r 1trt PRETTY GIRL itsWay oira freight Young Member of Gentler Sex Tirns Hobo ChicagoAn J187earold a rl enjoys the d n ChicagoI SbsL of her sex to make a MJ by stealing a ride on a freight S1afn It is not strictly true to say 3Ut she s this distinction Uften her expedience was over she Sfadared emphatically tbat a life on- 12Ia rolling freight did not appeal tc itEr Va more hob life for me IIex Maimed Miss H ten Hansen as shej crawled out of a t ox car Miss Hansen is a stenographer Hei pints Jlfe in Chicagoj but she had aaiob in StLouis Thrown out of this at the firms fall re she tried In vain find another jo melteEkvuayPie e till she had onlj 1PleCebY Her parents were poor ou1d not appeal to then lc belp r She did ppeal to one of the flrn lr whom she had workednsking bin Hn tend her enoug money for a tlcke Stadc to Chicago The reply she re tatted made tar decide that any thin tmrald be better tnan to trust to ap f 9ials for help t She was at the end of her resources Chamberlains liCholer Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or Jianhea at some time during the yearti remedy recommended by dealers who have sold it for w its value pItthousands oft testimonials from gr terul people It has been prescribed bphy scians with the nost satisfactory results It has often saVed life before i medicine could have been sent for oc a physiciansUIJUI1oned it only costs a quarter Can you afford to risk do for so feuV2 BUY IT ftOW 1 tha1shewithout railway tickets and that wha other folks had done Sarah Hanker could do too On the otthat Inspiration sh made for the freight yards of the Chi cago Alton railroad There shr found an embarrassment of riches li tr1lnsI and down and switching back and forth In thi warttblIlhI01 CI SHE CLIMBED INTO A BOX CAR the third track was the Chicago freight That was welcome iiiforma tion Slipping away from the small boy angel Miss Hansen stole along in the shadow of No 6 until she came to flu open door of a box car half full oJ lntc1the whcfall One of them had actually climbed Into the car and had turned to assist his brother knight of the road when an approaching brakeman caused them both to take a hurried departure Miss Hanson rodeall night on her none too soft bed of tiles Morning came and hour after hour went by without her being molested At Jollel she crawled to thin door for the purpose of spying out the land and dls l covering her whereabouts Instead of discovering however she was herself discovered for at the door she came face to face with the brakeman It was a tossup which of Ttiem was the more disturbed by the en counter When tho amazed brakeman man aged to demand the why and where fore of her presence in his car Miss Ha sen burst into tears and told him all about ft Well said this brakeman I thought Id seen every kind o hobo that ever beat a freight train but youre the first lady hobo that ever comer my way- Whereupmt like a gentleman and a philanthropist he emptied his pockets of their contents which were 60 cents and handed the amount to Miss Han sen with the advice to complete her Journey via the trolley line The girl took both the money and the advice got herself the first food she had tast ed In 24 hours and departed forever so she vowed from the ranks of the hoboes Carrier Pigeons Liberated Lebanon Enterprise Mr J A Smith Jiberatedi22carrierPigeons at exactly 630 and the first one reached its loft in Buffalo the next morning at 915 There were sixteen to return home The air line distance from this place to Buffalo is 500 mjles The tire made by the pigeons Saturday is not as fast by several hours as that frequently placesMrcaused by unfavorable weather condi tions Saturday morning one of the pigeons liberated here flew in an open window at the home of Mr George Ande son at Rush Branch and alightedear reakfrstThetented and has shown no disposition to return to its former tome in Buffalo Sore Muscles Prominent athletes throughout he- country find that the best treatr lbnt for sore muscles after severe exerdise or hard work of any kind is a hot haUl at bed time which opens the pores Thin should he fol Chamberlainsthe skin This liniment removes all afavoriteconditioner in the Blue Grass MOORESVILLE The tw yEaroJd child of Mr Sam Green felt from a gate post last Satur- daY and b oke his leg just below the hip joint Miss Alma Orkjeswill open up school at Fairview Monday July 2 and Mr Henry Wells at Mooresville and Miss Mallie lines at Hog Run had a show in our little town JWe 1i which was very good Wheat harvest is about over and a very good yield will be realized Locj option seems to be gaining votestn this section Mr T D Sweeney and Sam Baker will thresher next week and wife are on the startfleir has returned to her home at Jeffersonville hid There are several cases of typhoid fever in our midst Mr Charley Scott of Louisville is visitmg his cousin Mr George Moul Mr Lee and wife and Albert MrTpfweeneylast Miss Maggie Smith was in Springfield last Saturday Bird Wings A law prohibiting the trimming of hats with birds wings andswill go into effect in Iowa July lThe law hatWithgame birds shall be punished by a fine Referring tQ this law the Sioux City Journal says Milliners all over the ini101yhotroraesthetic in dress Inseveral cities of size meetings of the women with the thimble and thread of the art of hats have been held at which word of indig nation streamed from every female present In Des Moines an indignation meeting was held at which many incendiary views were expressed the sense of the meeting being that the milliners of the state unite in their wrath anti bring upon those horrid legislators all the grief possible There is always the humane society side of the law to look at There are men who have no grudge against milliners because of the month ly bills but who would rather see a well turned wing of red or blue against its natural background the greenof the woods than glued on a hatat an impossible angle above the prettiest pair of eyes that ever twinkled Subscribe for The Sun LOO year It J Fontaine ferry Park Fontaine Ferry Park the park beautiful ltis now recognized as one of the foremost sights which Louisville folk slow their guests when a visit made to the States metropolis It is spentIin equipping and beautifying the place It is located on the river and is illuminated ly nearly 20000 electric lights the park is reached from all the depots by cars jat one fare Each week brings some new attraction to the park At its mammoth summer theatre high class vaudeville is offered every afternoon and evqninpr Itis claimed that the scenic railway is one of the longest and most beautiful in the world A merry goroun roller skating rink Kales palace car tours the circle swing loop theloop Chilcoot Pass Edisonia palace of mirth shooting gallery are among the many pleasing features of the park Within the park is also an excellent cafe ano restaurant HAPPY HOLLOW Several from here attended meeting at WilHsburg Sunday Misses Flossie and Pearle Armstrong visited their cousin Miss Cora Deringer t of Sharp ville Saturday and Sunday MissesHattie Settles and Jessie Noel attended meeting at Tatham Springs Sunday Mr John Armstrong wife and charm ing daughter Miss Myrtle visited his parents ajt Fairview Saturday and Sun day rj Mr P dom Pinkston and Miss Lena Gibbs spent Sunday with his sister at HillsborotMr MC Keeling and family spent one day last week with his parents Mr Ivan Armstrong attended the hall game at WilHsburg Saturday Mrs lAila Armstrong and Misses Pearl ana Myrtle Armstrong spent Thursday with Miss Jessie Noel We were sorry to hear of the death of Waltej Baker We extend condolence j Mis Mayme B Merrit has finished her fall term of school Long Tennessee fight For twenty years W L Rawls of Bells Ten fought nasal catarrh He writes The swelling and soreness in side my nose was fearful till I began applying ucklens Arnica Salve to the sore surf ce this caused the Soreness and swelling to disappear never to re ntCI II SILVER LAKE Mr Elyian L Perkins returned home Thursday after s veraldays visit with his uncle W T Phillips of Texas MrJ W Perkins wife and daughter Miss Gertrude spent Saturday with Mrs Sarah Harlow The party given at Mr J6hn Mc Ilyoys in honor of Miss Gibbs was well attended Len1 MrJ Ray Foster visited Merrett Foster Saturday Mr WjM Foster bought of Thompson Litsey twelve hogs weighing about 60 pounds each pyce 42 Every one in this community are for localoption except one or two These few wouldi vote for local option if they could hear Judge Thurman speak The party which was given by Mr Joda Anderson was well attended and all report a good tinie Mr E T Perkins and family of Cardwell spent Saturday with Mr J W Perkins and family Mr W M Foster and family spent Sunday with Mr Carey Pinkston and family of Pleasant Grove No More Gambling Harrodsburg Herald It istgiven out that no gambling will be allowed at the Lawrenceburg fair this year This is gratifying news Lawrenceburgs fairs have been among the best held in the amongHieling and open defiance of law If these degrading features are talceh away from it the Anderson county fair will stand in the very front rankof county exhibitions and popular gatherings The Wheat Harvest Kentucky Standard The wheab har vest in Nelson county is in progress and with favorable weather most of the crop will be cut this week We learn from farmers cbniing to town that wheat will make an average crop There is no rust reported and the heads are long Wand well filled out and the quality of the grain is good It is said by those In a position to know that new wheat will not command as high a price as last year and may start tfff at 75 cents Daily Herald AND SUN i 2H TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906 1 HWt + + +f J J I TALK ON COAL ki I Its hard to burn its iBad Coalr in ther i + + Summer Z I of co the Mr Allen and will tthe I the is the to When havi to do me 11 VlI iir1 l r1 fJ 4L1 l 3- JfP L 11 11 11 iI T + FINES lurg Saloon Men For on Day Herald G Mallon R W Neff L M Bbyce Rufe Taylor and R C Renfro tried before Judge Grimes on the charge of openin their places Friday while the local option election was in progress All but Taylor were fined the en were charged with selling seems that on the morning liquortt election George Keenon Boyce went into the saloon for few minutes to get his certi cate Mallon also runs grocery and hardware store and always kept the ffront but closed the rear where his liquor is kept He says he thought he had the right to and sell tie says that heis always in favor of k vy and if he had sold any whisky Sly 00 line would not been too much to impose on him Tay lors clerk went for his paper out never got out of sight of the on the NefFs janitor opened to sw ep out the place Mr Renfro was iin bed at and his wife the to get mixture for her hub and and bring it to her It is claimed that only the pro prietors carr enter loon on election day and no clerk can do so- The cases will be appealed HARD TY The farmers of tips are about through harves ing Mrs Abbie Williams of Kansas is visiting relatives at this place Mrs Nancy Ill was here by the father which occurred last ChcserfOf Mr Ezra visited his Goodlett Sat urday and Mrs Emma Yancy of Midway visit ed her mother at this lace last week Mrs Liza and Mrs Rose Williams attended wedding last noticed in last weeks issue tha some one had lost put as to the las the locust say four teen years and others seventeen but say that the locusts were here last in J889 which would make it seventeen years iSpIit rCoal- Bill Easv said but how We ell coal cheapbutbuy that superior quality we deal inl It goes farther costs no more and heats better If that isnt fin inducement sntany Weve told our story andsave of you iky+ + were street clerk called Why You Should EECIIA0E It never builds up manhood but tears it down it neyer beautifies the home but often wrecks it It Mills the tbngue of slander but loosens it It never promotes purity of thought but poisons it It never empties almhous and prisons but fills It never protects the ballot box but defiles it It never makes happy fami lies but miserable ones 10 It never prepares one for heaven but for hell 12 It never diminishes taxes with all its revenue butin creases them 13 In never renders the Sabbath quiet but desecrates it Y 14 It never protects oar prop erty or personal safety but endan gers them 15 It never helps one to got go Jd insurance policy on his life but militates against it 1C It never Creates ambition and thrift but invites laziness profli gacy poverty idleness and crime 17 If never builds up the church but peoples the station house prisons and 18 It never refines character nor promotes Christian grace but is of the soul 19 It hever teaches honesty and incqridiary20 It never protects man but and all of life New Cure for B Waterman of Watertown O cured by Dr Kings New Life Pills She has not had an attack for over two years Best body cleansers and life CHaydons Pull Weight r IIs mighty thing to have tobuyusbecauseevery for Then again taking the high grade yourinterestnext der arid make sure you get the best w CODES SHOCK With Girls are Proud of Their March MoThe Missouri Wesleyan college board of trustees has been violently disturbed by the acts of the co eds who room In the hall Under the very eyes of their pro centresses these daring maidens de tided to celebrate their annual spring Initiation by parade Clothed In flowing robes of snowy white and headed by trumpter they ftll 4 THEY MAKfllKD IN TUB PALE LIQHT OF TIH5 MOON marched aljout tin grounds In the pale light of the moon Awed by the un usual sight no one molested them this In spite of staring men admirers attracted by the notes of the bugle The parade has caused among the members of the board and the college want to repri mand the girls Tho coeds are stubborn In themselves anything but and are as one In meeting he actions of the fac tiity The girls claim as twentieth century American coeds they have Indulgeinrades as they desire The college authorities are at dtcldfed loss as to what they should do In handling this delicate matter and for the oresent action Is suspended iv t Capture Your Trade 1i3 espeakone you can to who buys coal Never complaint price Fine Add name to the list and buy our coal hereafter and IEJ sick never New York June 23 Thousands of tiger birds formed part of the cargo of the German Rabenfels in port after six thousand mile racefrom the Far East with the British Swazi which also moored alongside New York pier The tiger birds card as the property of the serang ot the Rabenfels who hopes to dispose of them in New York They little feathered visitors are the only living beings feared by the Royal Bengal tigers of India They do riot they THIS Dont fail the wHo visit our store o quality or service Birds AD631YHICH Tai tSf 4iWarm Weather Coat Ought to BEST ift WOOL WOOL I1A IJLINGIt 4 iwill your woollthis season rseihav bought transfer business continue willhave Now time sell business hauling telephoneant ra i jIP HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND fJ I j 1 i PA y CASH LFtl 77 iti fb7 v t t M l JONES o a4 t i I1 t W f4f ASSESSED Against Harrods Opening Saloons Election Harrodsburg J business lOONoneof n a registration a opeji groceries a registration passersby home telephoned a a s community Lawrericeburg Mitchell thejdellandGregory Wednesday I comingof Some I Reasons Oppose thegaloon t 1 2 1fulriessthopassionsbut 5 6 7 8 9 rigHtdoing a chaingangs a destroyer a f familyhappinessendearments Epilepsy J daught J a comforting tonbargained o Trustees Nightgown Parade Moonlight Cambridge peacetutatmospbere North q nightgown a consternation authorities considering wrongdoers a 4 COArJ t l f tiger steamship a steamship lobe- among numberof a We Will soldbya t be the want price tI FUISIV I J t i Twenty Wesleyan a gathi Coupon out the ferocious jungle beasts and i eI them battle The only way the tlg can es ape his flying enemies is to get into his cave or lair If the is faraway from the underbrush he stands np chance at till with the little birds for they surround him so thoroughly thatl the big animal cannot see which way to turn The tiger bird is no larger than the American sparrow but about ten times as ptignfrcious While one of them was heldfin tile hand of the Rabenfels ser ang hi order to be photographed he bit Vici USlYat the hand that held him pris one the serang put his hand into the cage to catch one of the birds the unitedf I- SSUNSHINE SAY 4 and get about record When y RAF i 1 qt its j in an attack fingers that groping about to make a prisoner Friends There are many people who baJ used Colic Choelra Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid results but who are unknown because they have hesitated about giving testimonial of their for pub lication These people however arw none the less friends of this remedy The have done much toward it a household word by their to friends bors is a medicine to have fit the home and is widely known for itiY cures of diarrhoea and all forms of bowel trouble For sale by Every reli able Healer in the Blue Grass rou ou a ir UnitedrSIIINEj OPEN PURNITVRPPLOORS uponfthe wethr Unknown Chamberlains anda experience personal recommendations andnefgi A PACKAGE OF i SUNSllINEFinishesmA SUNSHINE FurnHure TO TaEjFIRST 25 LADIES I VISITING OUR STORE V TODAYI EVERYBODY WILL RECEIVE A COUPON ENTITLING HOLDER TO A FREE SET OF SUNSHINE FURNITURE T T Put a Little SUNSHINE in Your Home v- 1 V MiFori 7i 4 t I The I Biggest SPRINGfiELD LASH SALE Of Clothing CarpetsEt Ever Hold in this Country now Going on at the BIG STORE 1 li There is going to be a change firm August 1st Mr Joe S Claybrooke having bought the interest of Mr Chas D Robertson The present firm has agreed to reduce the stock as much as possible by that date and we are offering each and every article of merchandise- In our lof 25000 worth of clean fresh and seasonable goods AT COST for cash only This is an chance to get some genuine bargains as the stock must be reduced in such a short time j Fine Clothing Shoes Dress Goods Silks Beautiful White Goods Laces and Embroideries Carpets Rugs Aattings and Wall Paper all at Cost All Odds and Ends and Remnants at half price and less dome early and get pick and choice Remember this is strictly a cash sale t v ROBERTSON BROTHERS V SPRINGFIELD KY I I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday June 27 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR- In Advpnce J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpringfieldKyaiais as secondclass ma terI DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HON BEN JONSON OF BASDSTOWN NELSON COUNTY FQR APPELLATE GE HON J Pi HOPSON OF ELIZABETHTOWN HARDIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK ROBERTNOE BUILDING UP SPRINGFIELD Not infrequently do we hear the argument that saloons build- uPj the town In other words the people spend their money with the saloon mart for his whisky the saloon rrian spends his money with the town for its license then the town spends its money tOb ildstreetskletc And thats the builds up the town Last Monday was county court day in Springfield and quite a number of fiur county men were in town helping us to buildup Everycounty court day not a few of our friends out in the country come in to assist us in b upiSpringfield and often come- in between Courts while there in town we have two crews almost PrfconstantlySpringfield a day and a night crew The day crew is composed of experienced woe Ibut the night crew is compose large ly of apprentices youjng fellows who are just learning how to build up Springfield The day crew is welltrained t has been employed building up Springfield for quite a num er of years and of course has itjs nerves in just such a condition that it can give the very best of ButIthe night crew is opingi fl and at times hakes some long strides toward building up Springfield Occasionally one of the day crew dops out being summoned to appeared be fore the Great High Court and then most assuredly St Peter the SItine at the entrance to the Skies asks this question Why did you help toi buildup Springfield But hen one of the day crew drops Out one of the night crew takes his place and then perhaps the ranks of the night crew is filled up with some boywho has yet to don his Jong trousefs And t us it is that J- f v THE SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 t906 t i= = tf 1 of unusual h the ranks of the crews of the builders1of Springfield ate replenished And what do you think ofthis method of building up Spring field r Hon Hubert Vreeland the present Commissioner of Agriculture is an announcedcandidate for Secretary of State Mr Vree landwas born at laud in this county and while he left the county in early childhood his family is well remembered by many people and if for no other reason it is very probable Wash ingtori county will support him as one of her former citizens But Mr Vreeland is a man of commisIsionerable one Perhaps no other ComJ missioner 1has done as much for the farming interests of Kentucky He has exerted eyery energy to improve the condition of the Ken tucky farmer and Kentucky farms If he is elected to the dffirpe to which he aspires the State may look for the same good service in the discharge of the duties of this office The local option folk over in Nelson have got the winning idea in their heads and it is almost a cinch that bpoze right in the very heartof the distilling area of Kentuckywillsoon be refused a legitimate place be hind the counters of barrooms in the towns of Nelson county The people of Nelson are going to say Just at this time we have no way to prevent ruin being manu factured here but praise God the good legislators of Kentucky have given us the right to say It shallnot be sold here The local option election in Nelson county has been called for Saturday September i On the first page of this issue we print some opinions from HodgenviHe business men as to the workings of local option in that town Comment is unnecessary read them and draw your own conclusions THE SUM i A little dreaming by the way dayAA little joy and that is life mornWhenWhen one days sky is blue above And one bird singsand that is love yearsTheTwo folded hands the fainting breath And peace at last and that is death Just dreaming loving dying so goALove death and themes But is that all Selected Dr Shehan IH Maud Ky June 25Dr J Hunter Peak of Louisville and S B Grume of Bloomfield wereguests of Dr J N Shehan Monday Dr Shehan has been confined to his room for several days of an attack of material fever EEFEFEEEEEEE EEEEEEFEEh Ii LOCAL OPTIONIt j There is not a of whisky sold anywhere inLaRue county and we are told by more than one reliable man that should an election be held in the county to take the sense of the voters on the question that it is hardly probable that the saloon people t ould poll as many as 100 votes State ents printed on the first page of this issue are from only a few of odgenvilles busi beenfnecessary we could have secured a statement from every business man in town with the exception of two or three The Sun has been asked to give fur tner information in regard shipping whisky into local option territory This law backed up by some recent decis sions of the courts it seems to us is very clear but there are some folks who do nob quite understand the provisions of our local option laws and contend that intoxicating liquor can be shipped into local option territory from any point outside the borders of Kentucky provided it is paid for at the point from which it is shipped and not sent C 0 D that any interference on the part of Kentucky courts would bean infraction upon interState com merce laws We believe our friends are mistaken about this matter In the United States Court in Kansas City it was recently decided that express companies and common canners are liable to prosecution for shipping intoxicating liquor into local territory from any point whatsoever it matters not whether paid for or sent C 0 D But barring this decision we are quite sure the Supreme Court of the United States has passed upon the matter These decisions along with some other information upon the subject we hope to be able to print in the next issue of The Sun Some of the ralroad companies after a consultation with their attorneys have notified their agents in Jocal option communities to examine all packages etc sent by freight and if found to contain intoxicating liquors they must refuse to deliver A dialogue Jack and Jill one of the most convincing local option argu ments we have yet read will be printed next week The dialogue is written by one of our Fredericktown subscribers BROOKSVILLE Several from this place attended church at Willisburg Sunday Mr Oph Settles visited friends at Texas Sunday Mr Jrl Cheatham was in Mackville Sunday The Mackville base ball team came down Saturday to cross bats with the Willisburg team and were defeated by a score of 10 to 2 The farmers of this cummunity have finished cutting their wheat ProspecTts are fairly good this yearJMiss ArtieSutton was thrown from a horse Sunday but was not seriously hurt Born to the wife of Milton Hobbs on the 22nd a fine boy SpringfieldMr Iven Armstrong and wife visited the latters parents Saturday and Sunday STRUCf WIffl HATCHET S James Hendren In Critical Condition as Result of an as sault by Oscar Avery CourierJournal Oscar Avery who lives in Jefferson count called James Hendren to his fence last evening and struck him on the back of the head with the sharp edge of a hatchet laying open his head and causing injuries that will probably result fatally Hendren boards at 1215 West Oak street while Avery was stopping in the adjoining hoiAe Both were standing in their yards at about 1130 oclock yes terday morning Avery who had been drinking was wielding a hatchet in play and called Hendron to the fence Hendren came and according to the witnesses Avery struck Hendren on the head The blade of the hatchet caught his head at the base of the brain Hen dren sank to the ground with a groan and the bystanders rushed in and pre vented Avery from striking the pros trate man again They picked up Hendren who was unconscious and bleeding profusely Dr T H Mulvey of 1501 Twelfth street was summoned and he dressed the injuries Hendren was removed to the City Hospital and later back to his home Avery meanwhile was unconscious of what he had done on account of his condition and went re dily with Patrolman She han and Sergeant Wales to the Central Police station where he gave the name of Oscar Avery There he burst into tears on being led to his cell He w released on bond later sI Hendren lies at his home in a critical condition and it is not thought that he will recover He was still unconscious last night and his left side isi completely paralyzed Both he and Avery live out in the county and have been in the city but a short time Hen dren comes from Henderson Ky and is a ward of the Baptist Orphanage Home of that city He is a tinner by trade LATER Hendron has since died He formerly resided in Springfield and was employed by McElroy ShulttI Farm For Sale A farm of 128 acres in good state of cultivation extra good dwelling good barn and all necessary outbuildings sit uated near Loretto and St Rose turn pike six miles from Springfield Plenty of tobacco land Call on J R or Frank Montgomery or write to Mrs Patty BJiffiford R F D No2 1 up32 BEAR WALLOW R P Graves who had been sick some time past is now perfectly well again nPwithstandinghis neirthborlivered next fall We have not learned the name of the buyer The public school has been given by our trustees to Miss Flora Wathen Miss Wathen is a very efficient teacher and the children who went to her the last term are glad to learn that Miss Flora will teach again this year A local option paper has been circu lated among the Bear Wallow voters if we are not mistaken and Brother Williams ether with Thur man are pushingth tiling on with great zealand we have no doubt that the Master will crown their earnest efforts 1 There took place a local galKering last Thursday at the home of our Sher iffMr Sam nderson A copious dirt r Pry Goods Shoes r ner was spread out to the great number of gudts entertained Those present were Mrs Fred Hill from Frederick town and her neice Miss Elizabeth Mudd Mesdames S B Nally Tine Cissell also Mesdames Annie Clements and Regina Clements from the banks of Cartwrjghts Creek and Mrs Geo Edelen and others from the neighbor hood They all repprt a very pleasant time and wished for a future encore Mrs Jo Smith visited Mrs Sam An derson one day last week Mr Frank Keene has been lucky enough tolsell his sheep at tQP price All our farmers are very busy and they all think this year will be a very good crop year Quite a number of people went to hear Judge Thurman at New Hope church lecture on temperance The Judge has the crowd with him T E Ballard sold a very nice cow and calf tb Mrs Georgia Mat inglv and received a very goodj price Quite a crowd of friends were entertained at the home of Van Mattingly last Sunday They were friends of Misses Lilla and Teresa Mattingly- T E Ballard and Polin McIntire attended the funeral Of Mrs Nally Monday MAUD Our little place is very quiet here of late on account of the important hjar vesting wprk to be done and consequently news is bound to be very scarce The bridge connecting Maud with Dave Hustons residence which had been pulled down by high waters some time ago is repaired now and put on very solid foundations It is there to stay There was an important gathering last Sunday at the residence of Dave Huston called together by Miss Louise Settle and Miss Hallie Huston to dis cuss among their prominent friends the local optionproblem They entertained someIthe meeting A temperance paper 10f been circulated and the young ladies the community are trying to circu late it because each one who secures 100 subscribers will get a trip to Nia gara Falls If we mistake not Miss Louise Settle was the soul of the mover ment Miss Roxy Wakefield has returned i home after attending school at StCatherines She graduated from that school with deserved honors and the Salutory address which she delivered had for its theme Every noble life leaves its fibres interwoven in the work of the world was enjoyed by all prep sent at the private exhibition It was full of deep knowledge and fine English style and would have done credit to a University graduate That institujtionMr Phillip Grey died last week of a complicatiorilof diseases after an effi done all that it was possible to do to save his life Win Shehan daughter of Dr Shehan has returned home after attending the High Schoolin Bardstown Bryan is now all the talk for the next President and Dr Shehan ia rejoicing We hope he will get it All Maud turnedoutto hear Judge Thurmans eloquent temperance lecture We all want him soon again The tem prance wave is moving and it will take the whole country Honor to the honest workers The Very BcstRemedyfor Bowel Trouble Mr M F Borrougjhsi an old and well known resident of Bluffton Ind says t regard ChamberlainsColic Chol era as very best remedy fdr bojvel trouble I make this remedyam never without it theBlue x EVERYTHINGLOVELY F Ion Ben johns n Says Crops and Politics Look Good To Him in Old Nelson Louisville Times Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown Democratic nominee for Congress in the Fourth district is fit Louisville today Mr Johnson says times are prosperous in Bardstown and Nplson county the crops are largeand the people are happy Farmers are gathering forty Bushels of wheat to the acre and corn looks good As to poli tics Mr Johnson says there is little domg at present However he is pleased to have the assurance that many of his neighbors who are stanch Republicans t haye pledges their votes unsolicited to him in his race for Congress and nearly all of the colored population of Bards town are for him as well as the leading veyCurclosefor office said Mr Johnson SYCAMORE VALLEY =Mrs J D Sutherland spent Thurs day with Mrs T E Sutherland Dr Barnett called to see MrLewis Clark last Friday and pronounced hinn much better Oscar McIlvoy was in Fenwick Tues day night Rey W E Sutherland has a light attack of malprial fever We hope he will soon recover Misses Jessie Noel and Hattie Settles attended church at Willisburg SuncpM Mrs Mary Hines and daughter Mary Agnes of Pleasant Valley spent Sun day at Willisburg Several from here attended the speaking at Fenwick Saturday Mr Tom Coulter of the Hillsboro Hard4ofSunday evening by Rey Sims Mr George Dean of Tatham Springs visited his sister Mrs Sam Montgom ery Sunday Clearance Sale of HATS IThe Knott Company has a few hats left which will be closed out at cusItomer We have in stock a few extra nice Duck Hats Below Co- stTheKnoltCoOver Peoples Bank THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906r 5 y Local News Notes Remember Saturday June 30 is bar gain day at P J Thomas Owing to an attack of illness Eld Waldwi 0t the Christian church will be unable to fill his local option speak ing appointments announced through The Sun Other announcements will be made later Fresh sat rising bread candy and cakes at P J Thomas On next Sunday morning a protracted meeting will commenceat the Baptist church Dr W 0 Carver who will conduct the services in addition to be ing a professor in the Southern Baptist Theological Seminery has for several years been pastor of the New Salem church He lis both scholarlyand spirit ual and his sermons be a great help to the church and community All are very cor ially invited to attend Mr C Lt Brady of near town sold to Yankey 4c Co 101 hogs for 1000 last week This bunch of hogs is said to be one of the finest ever seenin Washington county When I isay its all wooland a yard wide I mean it Po J Thomas Mr A L Litsey of the Pleasant thirtysixtaveraged ninetysix pounds t LOST UMBRELIJV Please return a dark wine colored umbrella silver handleto Robertson Bros store Important Notice Are your chick ens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthr but makes them lay ask your druggist for it Price 50 cents at all drugstores Mr Henry C Baker of the Willis burg section had a tumor removed from his neck yesthrdayby Dr McChordof Lebanon Mr Baker is now doing well and the chances are that he will soon recover Continuing the low prices on the remnant shots till the last pair is sold I want the room for new oodsJPo J Tohmas Judge I H Thurman will speakat Road Run school house near Hardins Creek on Sunday July 8 at 830 p m Subject Temperance Everyone is invited C Republican precinct conventions will be held in Washington county June 30 to select delegates to a county convention to be held in Springfield Monday July 2 for the purpose of instructing for candidates for Congress and Appel fate Judge CAMPBELL PROPERTY Under a de MeCampbell deceased was sold at Com missioners sale here last Monday The milling property was bought by Messrs Jarboe and partners of the r late Mr Campbell at 8000 The residence was bought by the Misses Campbell at 3500 STRAyEDAbout four weeks ago a red yearling heifer strayed from my place on the Texas pike a mile and a half from M ckville Information will be appreciated R ISHAM IlStrayed ort my place about June 1 two small heifer calves Owner may haVe same bI paying for this adver 1 tisement and basture bill Route 2 C NWILLETT Judge L Hj speaki at Antioch church next Sunday afternoon at 330 on local Option and at Tatham Springs Sunday night NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 411 44 is sold undfer a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Rouse Cholera and Limberneck or your money willbelefundedI DOCTORS MEETThe Washington county Medical society held its regular meeting at the Court House Monday June 25 at 130 The following physicians were present Drs R C M Chord and W W Ray Lebanon Hunter Peak Louisville S B4Crume Blodmfield Jl C Mudd Sr Smoc Richard RoBards M W Hyatt D Crosby J Hi Lampton JH Hopper A Y Hatchett J B RoBards Springfield Drs J H Peak and J H Lamp ton read very interesting and instruc- tIve papers The next meeting will beheld July 23 at 130 oclock p m The golden wedding of Woodson and Mary Arnold of Boyle county father and mother of Mrs S M Campbell Dr J M11 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted Without PainICROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly JCyP was celebrated on last Saturday the 23 Quite a large crowd gathered and a nice dinner was served to between fifty and one hundred people A nice lot of presents were given to Mr and Mrs Arnold Mrs Arnold who has been totally blind for twentyfour years enjoyed the day very much COURT DAY SALESS M Campbell reports county court sales as follows Several cattle on the market ranging in price from 2J to 4 cts per pound a few cows sold Vat low prices several horses at frord 35 to 120 Also the following real estate sales for the F M Campbell heirs the largeflour mill known as the Jarboe Campbell mill sold for 8000 John F Simms and Theo Campbell being the principal bidders The bidding was lively from start to finish Mr Simms purchased the prop erty for Mr Charles MctVhorter The residence on highstreetlaold for 3525 the three younger girls being the pur chasers The cottage kon East Main Campbellbeing NEW FIRM Joseph Claybrooke Buys C D Robertsons Interest In Rob ertson Brothers Dry Goods Store4 Mr Joe Claybrooke has bought the interest of Mr Chas Robertson in the dry goods firm of Robertson Brothers but will not take charge of his interest in the business until about August 15 Mr Claybrooke was formerly a member of the firm of Grundy Claybropke Mclntlre and was one of Spring fields most prominentyoung business s hisrlCompany of Louisville and since tha time hasbeen actively engaged in look ing after his Interest in this business Mr Claybrookes friends will be glad to learn that he willagain locate here Messrs Robertson and Claybiooke will probably incorporate the business retireIfrombusiness he will engage in but it is probable he will engage in business in Springfield Mr Robertson has a large circle of friends in Washington county and they are in hopes that hewillsoon reenter business here Noe Nomination Mr Robert Noe was nominated the Democratic County Committee fo Circuit Court Clerk Monday the aboy headline Lo the contrary notwithstand- Ing Some weeks ago the committee called a primary for July 7 The law requires that all persons desiring to be come candidates before a pr ary signify their intentions in writing an deposit the entrance fee with the prop er authorities on or before n date fifteen days previous to the election Mr Noe was the only person meeting these requirements consequently he was declared the nominee There is not a better clerk in Ken funky than Bob Noe f f Death of Mrs Simpson Mrs Teresa Sjimpson died at the home of Mr and Mrs Thos OBryari ii Springfield Sunday June 24 of general debility The deceased was bornin thi county February 14 1827 and had spent her long and useful life on the farm in the St Rose neighborhood which she was born However since her husband died about three years ago she had spent the most of her time with M and Mrs Thos 0 Bryan Mrs Simpson was the mother of Sister Thoma sina Mother of the Dominican Convent at Springfield Kio The deceased was dearly beloved Her life was simple and modest and there never lived a more devoted wife nor more loving mother than she She was charitable and kindtoall Funeral services w re conducted bY Dominicis SiJded Thomasink ofhe Springfield Ills Mrs Emma Cummings Loretto and Mr and Mrs Wm O Daniel of Lebanon Shooting At Texas VA man giving his name as Sam Burkhead shot Ernest Shewmaker at Texas late Monday evening the ball entering his leg below the knee and while the wound is unusually painful it is not thought that it will be serfo The trouble originated in Springflel- some time during Monday over a trade but nothing more was thoug about the matter until Burkhead fired the shot at Shewmaker at Texas Burkhead it is said is a traveling hor e swapper and nothing is known of him Young Shewmaker a son of Mr atA warrant has ben issued for the arrest of Burkheadi f Q nQonQQnn nQnO I Personal Notes I 0nVisitors In and Out of Town +A O Round Up of the Weeks 0 Personal News 0aMiss Pearl Campbell who has typhoid fever is improving Miss Margie Bonta is spending this week here with her sister Mrs S H Bishop j Mr C W Hagan spent a few days in Louisville lasts weel r Mr Tom Edelen of Louisville is visiting his sisters at this IaMr W C IflcChord attended court at Greensburg Miss Annie Mayes spent Monday in Lebanon Mrs Fred Mangate of Louisville is visiting herparents at this placer Judge 1 H Thurman is holding court at Greensburg this week br1herGeorge Messrs Bob Blan and Ray Goodin of Lebanon were here Sunday Dr J M Burton has returned home after a visit to his parents at Lexington Mr Will Huston of Maud was here Sunday Mr Huston Wakefield was here one day last week Miss Henrietta Spalding of Leba noh spent Tuesday here Miss May Kenna of Eminence is the guest of Miss Ethel Searcy = Mrs William ODaniel of Lehanon MartinnTuesdaytMaster Gilbert Woodson Young is i8me from Lebanon where he has been visiting his sister Mr and Mrs Geo Moore were the guests of Mr and Mrs William Young one day this week Miss Laura McChord of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Lydia McElroy Mr and Mrs C C McChord spent a few days in Frankfort last week Mr Will Smith of Louisville is thisnplace Mrs Will Riney left the first of the week for Denver Col where she will visit friends LebrBerthaeHaydon Sunday Mr Sweeney Hagan left Tuesday for Denver Col where he will locate for his health ofdthis place Miss Margaret Spalding has returned home after a visit to Mrs Henry Ed len of Bardstown Messrs Ben Fand nJohri Simms spent one day last week in Bardstown r Mr E A Cox the photographer is in Greensbucg this week r James Marattaof Missouri has returned home after a visit to rela tives at this place lDeese Kate Mayes viiI leave Satur visitsMahon Mr George Burton of Lexington is the guest of his brother prJM Burton of this place f-amiiyrleft they will vioit relatives YClarksonSpringfield today Mif John Bailey of the Texas neigh ardood was in Somerset last week isiting his son Mr Bailey tells us thi mountain town is now an a boom The many friends of Mr Luther Burns will be glad to learn that he is improving and it is pow thought that will recover Mr Benedict Baker left Tuesday for Colorado where he has been for the past two years Mr Baker was accompanied back by his brother Char ey Baker Mrs Finley Scruggs who has been here for the p stse erarmonths has returned to Eureka Springs Ark where she wilLremain during the sum per Mr Scruggs being at that place now for his health criticalld couldhtis now better end his family and friends are Very hopeful that he will recover The next meeting of the State Fede heldnAndrew Carnegie has given 25 000 to the University of Southern California t I r y SPECIM PRIUSi rA iI ON rCARPETS WALL PAPER and LACE CURTAINS We are overstocked on Axminister Velvet and Brussels Carpets and Art Squares4nd will make the lowest prices ever s made on these goodsFGreat Cloth Ing- Sale For one- MonthH LACE CURTAINS We have a large stock of Lace Cur tains and in addition have bought io S pair to be delivered at once lvottinghanr Cable Cord Net etc and will be sold at half tilt re inspectrthese we put tn on Large t Lebanon Enterprise As stated in our columns last week articles of in corporation were filed here by Bricken Bros Co The formal papers as required by law were signed by Geo A Bricken Sr Geo A Bricken Jr and W E Merkley At a meeting of the incorporators this week allotment of stock was made and the following are now stockholders and owners of the in corporated company Wm M Bricken M N Bricken Geo A Bricken Jr F J Bricken R L Bricken Geo A Bricken Sr WE Merkley Wm M Bricken and Geo A Brick en Jr own thg majority of stock and have active control of the business They werti sole owners of the old corn pany that has been merged into the new corporation Harrodsburg Herald Senator J jP Chinn and Mr G B Brown from near Talmage had a scrap in frontjof Cole mans st ible Tuesday evening Mr Brown it is stated was drinking and got after the Senator about fencing that was pleasant about the matter an Brown told him that he was no more OUR ARE Our stock of Clothing is Complete including the newest things in pray 3 piece suits andBlue anU Gray and pants suits also a full stock of Youths and Children 5 suits For the next month we will make especially low Prices o n this entire stock Wall H- Our stock of Wall Paper is too large for this season of the year and we are offering it for 13 less than regular p ice 25C Piiii18cV200 v j 14c 150 v uiOc1tL t TOG 6127X 15cIf you need paper now is Iou oppor tyjiity to buy cheaper than evercbefore DRY ttallWe also wish your attention toour stock of Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Shoes etc tmttwe are offering at lower prices thart can be bought else where Call and serf us purchase Cunningham Quncan SSSSS SIss1S1SISISIs1 tSIsISlSLSlSISI34 SSLSSa IA EnterpriseJ Downn huntingWitnesses than any other man if his name was Jack Chinn The witnesses also say that the Senator replica that he was onlya common every dayman Then it is said Brown call d the enator a verir gllname two or hree ti wo and e s the Senator kn eked hurl down and hit him a number of tim s with an umbrella cutting an ugly gas over Browns eye The officers ar rivyid on the scene just after the fracas but the Senator had started hOne in his bug y before they came i Death In Louisville Mr Joseph S Thompson a son of Mr R D Thompson of this county died at the St Mary and Elizabeth Hospital in Louisville last night of ty phoid fever His remains will be buried in Springfield Friday H r Herald The people hav spoken decisively against the sale of whisky and there need be no fear of a blind being operated here A comi4iittee of one hundred citizens will be organized to see that rib Ijquor is sold and the fellow who tries it will wish that he had never been born It is our belief that the youngest child in Har place THAN REFRESHING MLIOOtJS Paper fvrri8i2 GOODS ET4 beforemakingyour SIOLSISiSSSISISSIS 1No Tigersw enoughd The Latest 8IyleI Hats For Boys We have just recieved a lot of them and they will go like the balance ofour stock at for cash Just received a line i of new Belts and Fans and many other summer novelties which will t0 in sale at cost NO GOODS CNAIGE I i ROBERTSON BROTHERS f I We do not sell our Bottles and Cases only sell their contents Our bottles aojj cases are to be returned when empty to our driver eachDontWhen the bpttle is returned pay back the 5c deposited This protects you against loss DRINKS LETTER OTH- ERSSOZOKOLA immense cost OUR DRINKS ARE IETTER TJUN ITIEISJ RED ROCKNO DOPE NO ALCOHOL CARBONATEDLebanon iyINCORPORATED i n LLLTi ti i it- t fg c i f TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906 + Thf i ir t l tin jtittrtYi4ivvs 0 t Ii Beverly of 1 Ntitrp3i Graustarkl4 a 1 tb t y t t 1t r iltt j Iz Jfi1litft i rVas thinking lofyour highness he called up softly No no she protested wondertngiwonderlngwbat ulept for you should be asleep at this hour your highness Instead of stand tag out then in tae rain Baldos she called down tremulous ly you dont like this work do youft It has nothing but darkness in it for me I never see the light of your eyes I never feel tile Shl You must oat talk like that Its not proper find besides some one- mat be listening The night has a thousand ears or is it eyes But lis ten Tomorrow you shall be restored to your old duties ou surely cannot believe that I had anything to do with the order which icompels you to work at this unholy hour tt I was afraid yui were punishing me for my boldness My heart has been soreyou never can know how sore I was disgraced dismissed forgotten No no you were not You must not say that Qo away now Baldos You will ride with met tomorrow she cried nervously Pleajse go to some place where you wont et dripping wet You forget thait I am on guard he MId with a laugh But you are a wise counselor Is tn rain so pleasant to you 1 l have an umbrella she protested What are you doing she cried in alarm He way coining hand over hand f up the trellis work that hiclosed the lower veranda I am coming Ito a place where I wont get dripping wet he called softly There wash a dangerous ring In his voice and she drew back in a panic You must loU she cried desperate 4 ly This id madnejss Go down sir I am en to fly but can not So I do thel next bet thing I climb tb you HIs arm was ncross the stone railing by this time and he was panting front thej exertion not two feet from where qhe crouched Just vne minute of heaven before I go back to the shadows of earth I am happy again Marlanx tod me you had dis missed me I won4er what lie holds in ItCnot until now tIIat I rejoice Come you are to shield me from therain Oh obi she gdsped overwhelmed dieIfiliaT gpasmodlcnlly extended the umbrella IE covered hjm and left her out in the drizzle And so should I responded he softly LIsten to me For hours and hours 1 taTe been Jonglng for tfie dear old hills in which you found met 1 wanted to crawl out of Edelweiss and lose myself forever in the rocks and crags t Tonight when you saw me I was trying to sayj goodby to you for ever I was trying to make up my mind to desert I jould not endure the new order of You had cast me off My friends out there were eager tb have me with them In the city every one Is to call me a epy even you I thought Life was black and drear Now my princess It Is as bright as heajven itself plk like Tits sh 1whispered Y You are mak ing me sorry I cal ed to yout I should bjavo heard you if you had only whispered my rain princess I l itN l 1 should tiie if any one seta here have no right tp tam or lovei am a vagabond but I have a hertrt and It is n bold one Perhaps dream that I ain here beside youso near that I can touch your facebut It is the sweetest of dreams But for It I should have Jeft Edelweiss weeks pgo I shall never awakenfroth this dream You can not rob me of the jOYfot dreaming Underline spell passion she I drew nearer to him ad be clung strongly to the rail The ropes at her throat came sa close that be could bury his face in them Her hjnnd touched his cheek and be kissed palm again and again his wet Ups stinging her blood to the tips of he toes Go away please she implored faintly Dont youse that you must not stay bererBbwf A ToiwV prince scene rose to tls ill Ihrouili the long night he I fi rat yr J i i tit i IJi DtCJORGE BARR Itl 1 f In CUTCUON 4 Mthor of Grawtrk 4 YS26oplrlpht 6r ad r ic c t i Ii i 1I41 whispered She could feel his eyes hur Into her heart With trembling hurried fingers she tore loose rose He could not seize It with his hapds because of the position he held and she laughed tantalizingly Then abe kissed it first and pressed it against tils mouth His lips and teeth closed over the stem and the rose was his There are thorns she whispered ever so softly They are the riches of the poor he murmured with difficulty but she un ierstood ii Now goshe sofa drawing reso lutely away Xn instant later his head disappeared glow the rail Peering over the side she saw his figure spring easily to the ground and then came the rapid steady tramp as he went away on his dreary patrol I couldnt help It she was whispering to herself between joy and shame Glancing instinctively out toward the solitary lamp she saw two men stand ing in its light One of them was General Marlanx the other she knew to be the spy that watched Baldos Her lienrt sank Wcs lead when she saw that the two w re peering intently to ward the blacoijiy where she stood and where Baldos hid clung but a moment eforeICHAPTER XXll shrank back wl ha great In her heart Marlanx IslHE all men Why was he in the at this hour of the uightj There could be but one answer rind the very thought of it almost suffo at ed her He was drawing the net vith his own hands he was spying with his own eyes For a full minute It seemed to her that her heart would stop beat Ing How long had he bpen standing there What had he seen or heard Involuntarily she peered ov rail for a glimpse of Baldos He fad gone out into the darkness missing the men at the lamp post either by hole or through pure good fortune A throb of thankfulness assailed her heart She was not thinking of her position but hisAgain she drew Stealthily away froul the rail possessed of a ridiculous feel Ing that her form was as plain to the vision as if it were broad daylight The tread of a man Impelled her to glance below once more before fleeing to her room Marlanx was coming toward the veranda She fled swiftly pausing at the wlndcw to lower the friendly but forgotten umbrella From below came the sibilant hiss ofa man seek lug to attract her attention Once more she stopped to listen The IIlstf1Vfs repeated and then her own name was called softly but imperatively It was beyond the power of woman to keep from laughing It struck her as irre sistibly funky hat the Iron Count should be standing out there In the rain signaling to her ll ea lovesick boy Once she was Inside however itI did not seem so amusing Still It her an immense amount of satisfaction to slam the windows loudly as Itln defiance Then she closed the comlpletely eden collapse For a long time she stared at her face Jiu the mirror She saw the red of shame and embarrass oleo mount to her cheeks and then she covered her eyes with her hands Oh what a fool youve been she half sobbed shrinkIng from the mirror as if it were an accuser She prepared for lied with frantic haste Just as she was about to scram ble in and hide her face In the pillows a shocking thought came td her The next instant she was at the windows and the slats were closed with a rattle rljumped1ntowindows were locked Out she sprang again like a Hash and nor little bare feet scurried across the room first to the windows nndthen to till door Now I reckon fin safe Bhe murmured a moment later again gotUiu Into bed I love to po to sleep with the rain pattering outside like thai Oh dear Im so sorry ho has to walk all iilght in this rain Poor follow I wonder where he is now Goodness Its raining cats and logs But hi spite of the raiii Bjrt could not go to sloop Vague fears began to take possession of her Something dreadful told her tint Count Mjarlunx was 10n the balcony rind nt her window not wlthsCnndlng the ralnpotir The fUr became oppressive Sic felt the mans presencenlrnost ns strongly as If he wore In plain view Ho was there she know It The little revolver that had served her so valiantly at the inn of the Hawk and Raven lay upon a stool near the bedside every night Consumed by the fear that the window might open slow ly at any moment she reached forth and clutched the weapon Then she shrank back in the bed her qes fixed upon the black space across the room For hours she shivered and wolfed for the window to open dozing away time and again only to come back to wake fulness with a start The next morning she confessed to herself that her fears had been silly Her irst act after breakfasting alone In room was to seek out Colonel iIi Quinnox commander oT TTTe castle guard In her mlnjl she was greatly troubled over the fate of the bold visitor of the night before There was a warm red glow In her face and a quick bent in her heart as she crossed the parade ground Vagabond though ho was he had conquered1 where princes had failed Her better Judgment tokl her that she eould be nothing to this debonair knight of the road yet her heart stubbornly resisted all the nrgu ments that her reason put forth butrbeleniency In regard to Baldos Instruc tlons had come to him from General Marlanx and he could not set them aside at will Her plea that he might once more be assigned to old time duties found the colonel regretfullYob durate Baldos could lll ride with her again until Marlaux withdrew the or der which now obtained Beverly swal lowed her pride and resentment diplomatically smiled her sweetest upon the distressed colonel and marched defiantly back to the castle Down in her rebellious Insulted heart she was con cocting all sorts of plans for revenge Chief among them was the terrible overthrow of the Iron Count Her ilde scope of vengeance even contemplated the destruction of Graustark if her end could be obtained In no other way Full of these bittersweet thoughts she came to the castle doors before she saw who was waiting for her upon the great veranda AS she mounted the steps a preoccupied frown upon her fair brow General Marlanx lean crafty and confident advanced to greet her The early hour was responsible for the bright solltuder which marked the place But few signs of life were in evidence about the castle She stopped with a sharp exclama tion of surprise Then scorn and Indig nation rushed in to fill the place of as tonishment She faced the smiling old man with ringer in her eyes Good morning he said extending his hand which she did not see She wae wondering how much he had seen and heard at midnight I thought the troops were massing this morning she said coldly Dont you mass too There is time enough for that my dear I came to have a talk with you Iq private he said meaningly It is sufficiently private here Count toriteI want to talk about last night You were very reckless to do what you did Oh you were playing the spy then she asked scornfully An involuntary observer believe me and a jealous one I had hoped to girlWhatyond expression Well you shouldnt hay ouked she retorted tossing hw chin and the red feather in her hat bobbed angrily- I am surprised that one as clever as you are could have curried oa nn amour so incautiously he said blandly What do you mean I mean that I saw everything that occurred JWell Im not ashamed of if obsti nately Goodby Count Marlaux One moment please I cannot Idt youtoplace sacred In the palace of Grau stark Answer me Miss Calhoun L Beverly drew back hn horror and be wilderment Into my roomshe gasped terfugttsaw t mt passed betv ecu you lu the bnlconj Loves eyes nre keen What occurr d in your than ber I cnn only j Stop How dnre you say such a jibing to mo she fiercely cried You miserable coward You know he was snot in my room Take it back take back every 1ordor tint llel She was Iwhlte with passion cold with terror nah This Js childish I am not the only one who saw him my dear He was In your room you were In his arms Its useless to don Ih Anti to think that have sparedhim from death to have it come to thin You setcretterms with yiu My silence Iri exchange for ym r beauty Its worth It to you One word from me you are ittyfairagoqjl bargain for both- Beverly was trembling flkVn tent This phase of his ilfii1iic land not 6c trylogserpent wretchsheBpalr What n cur you are You kiiow you are not spcnklng the truth How cnn you say such things to me I have never wronged you She was almost In tears impotent with shame and fear ft has been a pretty game of love for you and the excellent Biijdos You have deceived those who love you best and trust you most What will the princess say when she hears of last nights merry escapade WliHt will she say when she learns who was hostess to in common guardsman at the nijduijtlit hoiir It Is no wonder that you loan terrified It Is for you to say whether she Is to know or not You cnn bind me to Blleiice You have lost Bnldos Take me and all that I cnn give you In his stead and the world never shnll kndw the truth You love him I know nnd there Is hut one way to save him Say the word and he goes free to the hlllB decline and his life is not worth a breath of nlrl And pretending to believe this of me you still ask me to be your wife What kind of a man are youlshe de mphded scarcely able to speak My wife he said harshly IlOh 1 L Ik W F Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office overjHaydon 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barns new of fine tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60 No 1590 acres one good six room tobacco barn 4 JtjjbaccoI from Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in v t d1i blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Plce30 jjf W No 17433 acres new two story six room dwelling barn two W- i good wells an everlasting spring well fenced all in grass fine tobacco land fine young Price 31300 No 18474 acres 10 miles from Springfield one goodsix room dwelling oh gobd pike 3i miles from o one mile from school and churchy good stock barn Alloutbulldmgs 60 acres bottom I4fNo 6 rods stone fence Price 32 19275 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock tysprings1 house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dwellingtwo y timber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre + Several other pieces of town property If you t want ahome in + Springfield Ive got it at any price v Z Jvfrom4 A goodbarn1 1 1 4I 15 per acre 4 Br Dm Lake9 Springfield + + ++ e eeeI BUGGIES 1 HARNESS HARDWARE ti iii r But its buggies that we want to sa a few words about We just merely want to invite you in to see the handsomest line ever brought to Springfield Lowienough to astonish the trade We have a complete linetof all kinds of vehicles ti f rqBut if you vant HARNESSCheap your wants at satisfactory prices rh WELLS BROTHFRS MI ij Iii 1 Daily Herald and Sun 2 r ri 1I IRAVSTARK By GEORGE BAKU MCUTCHEON AuthordU Criuslark Copyright ui5iUoIcl Mead and Company io Younre not the wife of Baldos ie added significantly Heavens rasped Beverly crush d by the brutality of It ajl I would sooner die Would to heaven my fa her were here He would shoot you As he woifl1a dog Oh how I loathe you Dont you try to stop me I shall go to the princess myself She shall know what manner of beast yqu area Slje was racing up the steps flaming with anger and shame Remember r can prone what I have said Beware what you do I loVe you so much that I now ask you to become my wife Think well over it Your honor and his life It rests with you he cried eagerly following her to the door You disgusting old foolP she hissed turning upon him as she pulled the big brass knocker on the door I must have my answer tonight or you know what will happen he snarl ed but he felt inhis heart that he had lost through his eagerness She flew to Yetives boudoir consum ed by rage and mortification Between sobs and feminine maledictions she poured the whole story In all its ugliness into the ears of the princess Now Yetlve you have to stand by me in this anno need the narrator conclusively her eyes beaming hopefully through her tears I cannot prevent General Marlanx from preferring serious charges against Baldos dea I know he was not In your room last night You dill not have to tell me that because I saw you both at the balcony rail Bever face took on such a jradlantjpokjjof rejoicing thaF etlve wass amply paid for the surprising and gratifying acknowledgment Ll second t of eavesdropping You maydepend upon me to protect you from Marlanr He can make it very unpleasant for Baldos but he shall pay dearly for this insult to yon He has gone too far- r dont think he has any proof against Baldos said Beverly think ing only of the guardsman But it is so easy to manufacture ev idence my dear The Iron Count has set his heart upon having you and he is not the man to be turned aside easily He seems to think he can get wives as easily as he gets rid of them I observed 1 was going back toj Washington soon Yetive but Ill stay ou now and see this thing to the end He cant scare a Calhoun no siree Ill telegraph for my brother Dan to come ova here and punch his head to pieces Now pow dont be so high and mighty dear Let us see how rational we can be said the princess gently whereupon the hot headed girl from Dixie suspended hostllltfee and became- a very demure young woman Before theboldlyn r than anything in all the world I cant help It Yetlve I know I oughtnt to but what Is there to do when one cant help It There would be an awful row at home if I married him Of course he hasnt asked inc Maybe he wont In fact Im sure he wont I shant give him a chance But If he does ask me Ill Jest keep- putting him off Ive done It before you know You see for a long long time I fancied he might be a prince but he isnt at all Ive had his word for It Hes just an ordinary perso- nlikelikewell like I am only he doesnt look so ordinary Isnt he hand some Yetlre And dear me he Is impulsive If he had asked me to jump over tie balcony rail with him last night I believe I would have done it Wouldnt that have surprised old Marlnni Beverly gave a merry laugh The troubles of the morning seemed to ftde away under the warmth- of her humor YetIve sat backnnd marveled at the manner in which this blithe young American cast out the blue devils You must not do anything foolish Beverly she cautioned Your par ents would never forgive me If I allowed you to marry or even to fall In love with any Tom Dick or Harry over here tfaldos may be the gallant honest gentleman we believe him ta be but he also may be the worst of ad venturers One can never tell dear I wish now that I had not humored you in your plan to bring him to the wrongYouohwell you will be sensible wont ypu dear There was real concern in the face of the princess Beverly kissed her rapturously Dont worry about me Yetive know how to take care of myself War ry about your old Gabriel if you like but dont bother your head about me she cried airily Now lets talk about the war Marlanx wont do anything until he henrs from me Whats the use worrying Nightfall brought General Marlanx in from the camps outside the gates He came direct to the castle and boldly sent word to Beverly that he must speak to her at once She Plomptlrall swaged that she did not hlni and would hot Without a mo meats hesitation he appealed for audi ence with the princes and It was granted He proceeded with irate coolness ask o how Par she believed herself bound to protect the person of Baldos the guard He understood that she was un der certain obligation to Miss Cal houn and he wanted to be perfectly sure of his position before taking a step which now seemed imperative L T Baldos was a spy in tile employ of Dawsbergen He had sufficient proof to warrant his arrest and execution there were documents and there was positive knowledge that he had converged with strangers from time to time even within the walls of the cas tie grounds Marlaux cited instances in which Baldos had been seen talking to a strange old man Inside the grounds and professed to have proof that he had gone so far as to steal away by night to meet men beyond the city walls He was now ready tot seize the guard but would not do so until he had conferred with his sovereign Miss Calhoun tells me that you have made certain proposals to her Count Marlanx said Yetlve Coldly her eyes upon his lUHldshrrce I to be ny wife your highness L v You have threatened her Count Marlanx She has exposed herself to you I would not have told what f saw last night Would It Interest you to know that I saw everything that passed on the balcony last night You will allow me tosajj general that you have be But liar hand wc pointing to the door bared In a most outrageous manner in my guest with such fool proposals Stop sir She has told me everything and I believe her I believe my own There Is no need to discuss thelmatter further You have lost the right to be called a man For the present I have only to say that you shall be relieved of the command of my army The man who make- war on women is not fit to serve one As for Bahlos you are at llberty to prefer the charges He shall have a fair trial rest assured Your highness hear me Implore Marloiix white to the roots of his hair rIwill hear what you hayto say when my husband Is at my sue I can but stand condemned then your highness without a hearing My vindication will come however With your permission I retire Ho the arrest of this BPYt You may depos- me but you cannot nk me to neglect my duty to Graustark I have tried to save him for Miss Calhouns sake But her hand was pointing to the door Ten minutes later Beverly was bear ing everything from the lips of th prince and Marlanx was cursing his 1way toward the barracks vengeance In his heart But a swift messenger from the castle reached the guardr ahead of him Colonel Qulnnox was reading an official note from the prin cess when Marlanx strode angrily Into the this fellow Baldos to me Colonel Qulnnox he said without greeting I regret to say that I have but tbi Instant received a message from her highness commanding me to send hi to the castle said Quinnox with a smile The devil What foolishness this snarled the Iron Count Have a care sir sold Quinnox stiff ly It Is of the princess you speak Bah I am here to order the mans arrest It IsmorelImportant than Nevertheless sir hd goes to the cas tle first This note says I am to dis regard any command1youmay give until further Marlanx fell back Amazed and stun ned At this juncture Baldos entered the room Qulnnox handed him an e fromitheat once to the castle Baldos glanced at the handwriting apd his face lit up proudly I urn ready to go sir he said Ing the Iron Count with a most vetting smile on his face PRfSII CHAPTER XXIII VLDOS started off at once for the castle his heart singing nighIt had come to him from her highness The envelope had been closed with the official seal of Yetlve princess of Gmustark and was sacred to the eyes of any one save the man to whom It was directed The words It contained were burned deep In his brain You are ordered to report for duty la the castle Come at once Her highness has sent an official command to Colonel herYouu have seen inc There Is an underground passage somewhere B Baldos went alone and swiftly The note to Colonel Qulnnox had been Im perative He was to serve as an inner giard until further orders Some one it wag reported had tried to enter Miss alhouns room from the outside dur lug tie rainstorm of the previous night stationed= know to Baldos but he did not as- tor k any explanations He was halfway to the castle when t i the sharp report of a gun startled him A bullet whizzed close to his earl Baldos broke into a crouching run but did not hlscoursE He knew that the I5hot1ns Intended for him and that Its mission was to prevent him from reaching the castle The attend ants at the castle door admitted him panting and excited and he was taken Immediately to the enchanted boudoir Of the princess which but fens then were fortunate enough to enter There were three women in wt room I am here to report your highness said he bowing low before the real princess with a smile upon his flushed face You are prompt said the prln Icess What have you to reportsr beenCmadeuard he coolly answered Impossible I am quite certain of it your hlgh ness The bullet almost clipped my ear s Good heavens gasped the listen ers Then they eagerly plied him with couldanswerAnd did you not ijursuei the wretch cried the princess No your highness 1 was command d to report to you at once Only the Success of the itssassln could have made me velk hesitate said he calmly A soldier has but to obey d dellberIIteattempt Countess Dagmar Beverly Calhoun was dumb with consternation I cannot say madame Possibly It was an accidental discharge Ore shouldnot make accusations unsup ported If you have no Immediate need of my services your highness I Will ask you to grant me leave of absence for half an hour I have a pe cullar longing to Investigate There was a determined gleam In his eyes No no cried Beverly Dont you dare to go put there again You are to stay here In the castle sir We have something else for you to do Itwas that awful old Marlanx who shot at you He I left General Marlanx In Colonel utnnoxs quarters liis Calhoun In terposed Baldos grimlY He could not have tired the shot Far two or three havebbeen followed and dogged with humili ating persistence by two men wearing the uniforms of castle guards They do not sleep at the barracks May I ask what I have done to be submitted to such treatment There was a trace of poqrly concealed indignation In his voice issnews to me said Yetive in amazemeht utam being watched as if I were a boldlyrlesare not the agents of Graustark May I tie permitted to say that they are spies set upon me by a man who has an object In disgracing me Who that mat Is leave to your royal conjecture IIMarlanx aeTekn w full well that he and his agents have built a strong case against me They are almost ready to dose in upon me and they will have false evidence so craftily prepared that even my tru toeyou and to the cause I serve Before amesorryrandmuQh cried Beverly piteously dont say that Alas Miss Calhoun It is true said he sadly I am penned up here where I cannot fight back Treason is laid against me But beyond all this I have permitted my Joyalty to mislead smy ambition I have aspired to some thing can cherish but never possess tastedmof the unattainable than to have the cup withdrawn just as Its sweetness begins to Intoxicate He stood before them pale with sup pressed emotion The women of Grau stark looked Involuntarily tit Beverly who sat cold nand voiceless staring at the fade of the guard She knew what he meant she knew that something was expected of her A word from her and he would understand that he ha not tasted Of the unattainable In one brief moment she saw that she had de liberately led him on that she had en couraged him that she actually lied hme had begun 16 sip the bitterness Pride and love were waging a conflict in this haplegs southern girls heart But she was silent She could not say the word I think I know what you mean Bal dos said Yetlve seeing that Beverly would not Intervene We are sorry No one trusts to your honor more than iI do My husband believes In you twill confess that you are to be arrest as a spy tomorrow Tonight you are to serve as a guard In the castle This should prove to you that I have unr bounded faith In you Moreover I believe In you to the extent that I should not be afraid to trust you if yon were to go put Into the world with every secret Iwhlch we possess You came here under a peculiar stress of cir cumstances not wholly of your own volition Believe me I atn your friend lIshall revere your highness forever Hislgleam whl h Indicated that he had ra Igned himself to the Inevitable nni constrained to ask you one 1I sirwelt on the princess hunterIyou assume you me con fideAce who you really are The oth ers held their breath He hesitated for n moment Continuednext week 1 SOUR STOMACH 1 is acommon and disning complaint J It is Natures s way ot 2 protesting against 7 proper food hastily di vouredor too beamtr meals and if the watts ing is Unheeded serious results will follow When your stomach abuseItments gases formand there is trouble ahead The quickest safest and surest way to conquer this condition and prevent its return is to commence the use of DivCaldwellsLaxative Syrup Pepsiii pitthingsneedsOnewilt convince you thatour c1aims are foun experiencJJrobtained in both dollar and haif dollar sizes from all druggists ItdoesYour postal card request vrlll bring by rehira CALDWELLtSBOOC nmedjr Send for it today PEPSIN SYRUP CO Men UtllIlmuia Sold by Thi Rod Cross IrujSttrt Mr House holder- It has always been mj dwiri tOt w eurq for my cus tomers the best Of aUttIle lowest poufsble price As regards particular to announce that after thorough investigation Ihave accepted the agencyfor densed Paint guarantqed with ack of this guarantee the great Sir Louis HOUM off Hammar with a half million dollas cash capital and a third of a cfHtoxjf dealingThere Ham mar Paint We sell you the paint aid oil separately mixed You cknmiz- it yourself and all you need to do itwith is a stick Paint lives only so long as the oil IB it lives Wfiett you mix the paint with oil yourself which takes but a minute we absolutely guarantee it to wear for five years and to look well at the end of that time By purchasing the fresh oil separately and taking a minutes time to mix it with Hammar Paint you save 25 which means in a nutshell that you have not paid fot canned oil at paint prices One gallon Hammar Paint and oner gallon linseed oil covers six hundred square feet of surface two coats which spreadingworld Come in and talk it over There ia nothing else like Hammar Paint R L Cecil fredericktown Ky t avzr tiwart Iron Fence che perth nwoo4 WUlta t UfetIIM BiPed 1NnnkNsrl thlr Stllltl dBY RrI tCINCINNATL O Orcr JB0 ittliu f Peace flawi Alojse LovFTlcetwillMryfiHre CanJsa i Springfield Monument Co Agt JOHN Y MAYES Directored j And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTIICKY T Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome line of Caskets and Burial R1it Telephone Day 19 Night 74 Carriage Shop 1workable rice FOR CASH Upholstering of all kinds done Grain Cradles forsale Dugro sp nng wagon of fall kinds on hand t J Ws 11r July 0dSPrln iekJ Ky izF1 r g THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 27 1906 e el elel- iiPER j f H- U lFOR1CASHjq On Clothing during the next Ten days Big Reductions every de- partmentf for Cash Thte isIa Cash Sale r t f t GRUNDY MclNTIRE l SISISsSnhiStiSISiSI 4LSIS1SSi ISiSiS Marion County Falcon Mr John B Gribbons and Miss Ruby MI ler were married in this eity Monday The bride is only sixteen years old and the license was issuedby consent of her mother Joseph Garland aged 10 months the only child of Mr and Mrs Joe Simms died at noon Monday June 18 1906 of cholera infanjtum at the home of its grandfather Mr Edd Abell I tThere will e a special open meeting of the American Society o f Equity Saturday June 30 All farmers are respectfully invited to attend as mat- t rsof importance are to be looked after j Mr Sam CJ Makin sold a fouryear old highc1Epelding for3oo to Mr Lee l The school ensue for this county has been completedand shows the remarkable decreas of 3Q8pupils in the county The decrease in the various dis tricts range from 1 to 15 pupils while a few districts show a small increase According tq the present census we haye 4255 white pupils maje 2172 female 20831 and 1185 colored pupils v male 602 female 283 making a total of 5440 j The oldes former citizen of Marion county to return to the scenes of his childhood ws Mn Robert Spalding o Spalding M who at the tender ag of 7 years with his parents left this county in 1J829 for the then unknown West This is his first visit here since that time and it was with much delight that he Visited the banks of the Rolling Fork near Calvary where remains hot a vestage 0f the house that gave hi shelter in his infancy yet he says it is accompaniedby MOORESVILLE LMr Fran r Carney was in Danville last Sunday He was accompanied rtihome by Jfrs Mollie Hankins and two daughters Misses Pearl and Mattie Mr Lems Cull visited his brother near Bloo field Saturday and Sunday Mr Sum lY eager and wife of Willis bit visited the latters parents Mr- artqMrsyancy of Midway Misses tyail Eva Hendron Margaret and Susie Hill Lyddane visit ed Misses Lora and Cassia Yancy of Midway last Thursday nightT Mr William Grigsby of Fairfield visited Mr Ben Pile and family last- Saturdayand Sunday Mr Ham Pile and wife of Valley Hill visited the Mr and Mrs Kirsch of near Maud Horn 6n June 22 to the wife of Wallace Shehan a 9 pound boy and to the wife of William Buckmari an 8 pound girlThe whisky men are claiming our polls by 50 majority Your scribe has seen enough in the past few days to make him declare himself for local option Outwits The Surgeon A complication of female troubles with catarrh of the stomach and bowels had reduced Mrs Thos S Austin deplorablefearingfataltric Bitters and to the amazement all who knew her this medicine com pletel cured her Gaura cure for liver kidney disease biliousness aundice chills and fever general debility nervousness and blood poisoning JHaydonsSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sub chargeadertlfwantOc1Landsorted in another department of the paper at very low rates C B Pope Route 4 has for sale a good male sheep4years old foregrade n Sherman Martin Springfield has for sale a black mare with mule by her side one good steer calf eight geese and a good sow and pigs Robert Thompson Willisburg R F onemcows sows s B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow J D Sutherland S ringfield Rt 3 has for sale 1000 30 inch boards Henry Hickorson Muckville has for sale four head of twoyearold steers pf good grade Robert Mayes Springfield ins for sale some pure bred Belgan hares Price reasonable Come and see them B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc boarprthorouehbred fihenompationafBenjaminFBarnes- to be postmaster of Washington was yesterday confirmed by the Senate t No More Colored Excursions Kentucky Standard At a meeting of the Nelson county Board of Health held here yesterday a motion was made and adopted that the custom and pro c carryingto Nelson county is detrimental to the public healt i of the county and that the running bf such excursion trains isl prohibited by the Board of Health It is ordered that a copy of the above order be served on the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company by delivering to its agent Mr B J Hubbard a true copy of hesame A Texas Wonder Theres a Hill at Bowie Tex that twice as big as last year This wonder is WL Hill who from a weight of 90 pounds has grown to over 180 He says andoctors whoIColdsNbwmore than doubled in weight and am completely cured Only sure Cough JHaydonbottle free MACKVILLE 1Farmer are through cutting wheat in this section of the county Corn is looking well and hay is ready to cut C W Camden bought 4 sows and sin teen shoats from Kye Votaw of Co nishville for 100 The school house at this place is be ing repaired this week The school will be taught this year by Mrs Nora Cloy d and Miss Eva Hatchett Rev Mullin of Madisoncounty will preach at the Christian church next Sunday morning and evening =From the way the peoplename out udgcThurmanwould think the county would go 10 to 1 for local option on the 25 day of Aug ust William H Huntings tobacco warehouse and several small buildings ve burnedat East Hartford Conn The loss is 200000 Daily Herald ANDISUH iJ 20 t OfICIAIIT The followirgJs taken from the Catholic Record We have been officially informed that the 29th of June will not be a day of abstinence this year WILLIAM GEORGE of LO1isyilleI Louisville June 19 1906 Old Fashioned Roses They aint no style aboiitem And theyre sort o pale an it the doorway here without fadedI Would be lonesomer and With a good eal blacker shadder Than the morning glories makes And the sunshihe would look sadder For their good old fashioned sakeI I like em caiife they kind o Sort o make a feller feel likeem And I tell youthen I find a Bunch the sun kin strike em It allus sets me thinkin growAnd0 the cabin dont you know IIAnd then I thi k o mother And how she used to love emiWhen they wuj ntany other idem up above em LessIefo a ore she shut em With a smile and said We must pick i bunch and put em In her rand when she wuz dead asayinThey about em displayingBut em posiesAndThan the hummin bird at noses In the roses of the rich James White b Riley MT ZIONI Rev W S Maxwell filled his regular appointment Sunday mornin nd jevening The morning sermon was mostly on temperance Mr and Milton Neal of Miss ouri are here visiting thp formers sister Mrs Emma Neal Mrs Ella Tewny and little son Guv Thomas of Lexington are Spending 4 few weeks with her parents here Miss Amy Rinehart of Oakland Cal is the pleasant guest of Miss Claudia Neal this week The many friendsf Miss Rinehart will be glad to welcom her back as she once taught school here H Bishop spent Sunday Witii M1s here glad to have Mrs Malinda Crow and 1itttc Guita Bishop of Shelby ville Ill with us once more She formerly resided here Mr J J Dyer of Parsons Kansas and Miss Rilla Russell of Van rsdalli Ky parrsewage at Chaplin by Rev W S Maxwell on last Monday afternoon After July 1 Mr and Mrs Dyer will make their home in Parsons Kansas Miss Carrie Neal of near Chaplin was the guest of her grandmother Mrs L A Russell lIIw4 sunfdayLizzie Williams of Bloomfieldj attended the funeral of Bishop We were very sorry to hear ot the death of Mr Taylor Bishop which oc curred last week Four thousand persons attended Henry ast W E Monroe Sri was indicted by the Campbell county grand jury on the charge of false swearing GreatRelief During that trying period id which women often suffer from nervousncss backache sick headache or other pains equalJrThey stop the pains soothe the nerves and give to Womenithe relief so much desired If taken on first indication of allaythenerves and save you further suffering Those who use them ccasg ed to dread these periods They contain no harmful drugs and leave no effect upon the heart or stomach if taken as directed They give prompt relief 9reByuslnrelieved of the pain and get sleep orthesick they rold have cured coolI painsMRS byyourItfalls25 doses 23 cents Never sold In bulk 0Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind A yalOPP- ORTUIIITV I jO4rtilongedyoung lady with alovely diamond ting You re sure to be happyor ring and other presents are bought of meTo prove it tryt JASr J GRAVES CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO mCOKPOXATBD Long distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost mf anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern w Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We sollcityour patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEBB President A Geal Mnsaer 8oy A Aflst Gervl Mar TreNe CARDWELL Several from here attended the Home- Coming at Harrodpburg last Tuesday- W L Graham and family visited Mr Jim Yates Sunday Earley Parrott formerly of Battle now of Wilhamsburg Ill and Miss Noel of Mercer county were married in Harr6dsburg last Tuesday The couple left for Williamsburg where they will reside Miss Bernie e Tatum of Harrodsburg is spending a few days at the home of E T Perkins Charley Stine of Nebraska is one of the home tamers at this place We find that there are three people in this end of the county against whisky being voted out of the county Sales Sanders Norten Co received 280 Iambs at this plate last week at 6 cents J A Kyler bought a bunch of hogs andjsoldrence 40 eWes and 52 lambs for 375 also bought of S T Roberts sevenI heifers at 3 cents for September delivery KylerIE G Holiday sold to H K Lawrey one aged mare for 35 also sold to W L Graham one work horse for 90 Graham Perkins bought of Bud Rainey one three yearold horse for 125 also one one fouryearold mare from J T Reynolds for 100 TReYnoldsIone cow H J Brown ought of D Baker seven head of cattle at 21 per head t PRATHERS CREEK Miss Mattie Begley of Fenwick was the guest of Misses Sadie and Ethel Mayes last Week What is the matter with our Long Run correspondent We miss his jnter esting letters very much The public schools of Mays district JulywithAll of the people in this end of the isIno our county go when the time comes Shocking Tragedy London Ky June 25One of the most shocking tradegies ever known in Laurel county occurred this morning about 9 o clock at the residence of Abraham Carmack three miles south lob here Sherman Collier about thirty five years old and prominently related shot and instantly killed his wife and with the same weapon immediately sent a ibullet through his own brain falling lifeless across her bodytUnknown friends There are many people who have used Chamberlains Colic Chpelra Diarrhoea Remedy with splendid mltsblitwho are unknown because they have hesitated about giving testimonial of their experience for pu lication These people however 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