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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nw t Hij- Y bI DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J I VOLUME II SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 f I NUMBER J1 jl Eleven Hundred I Copies of Th Sun Order By the Nelson County Local Option Campaign Committee ffor the Months of July and A gustWJi Cover the County t BardstownK June 28J Rogers Gore Esq Editor Sun i Springfield Ky DearSirAt a meeting of the Executive Com mittee of the Local Option Campaign of Nelson which met yesterday Iwa instructed as Secretary pro tern to inform you that we will take i 100 copies ot your paper for the months of July and Au i i gust Will sendmailin1T list next Monday orTuesday Yours truly W R ANDERSON i LNR R- COMPANYr 11 Issues Orders to Its Agents in Regard to Shipping Whisky ojri Loc I Option Terri tories DepotAgentj Allen has received the circular fromL N offi bdialsTo Agents 4The following law was enacted at the last session of the legislature of the State of Kentucky Be it enacted jy the General Assembly of the Statejof Kentucky Section shall be unlawful for any person or persons individuals or corporations public or private carrier to bring into transfer to other person orpersorietorporation carrieror agent deliver or distribute in any county district precinct town or city wher- the sale of intoxicating liquors has been prohibited or ijiay be prohibited whether byspecial act of the General Assem bly or by vote of the people under the Local Option Law any spiritouS vin ous malt or other intoxicating liquors regardless of the name by which it maybe called and his act shall apply total packages of finch intoxicating liquors whether broken or unbroken Provided Individuals may bring into such district upon their person or as their personal baggage and for their own private use such liquors in quanti ties not to exceed one gallon and pro vided the provisions of this act shall nqt apply to licensed physicians or druggists to whom any public carrier may deliver such goods in unbroken packages in quantities not io exceed five gallons at any one time Section 2 Each package of such spiritous vinous malt or other mtoxi eating liquor regardless of the name by which it may be called whether broken or unbroken packages brought into and transferred to other persons corporation carrier or agent delivered or Local Option Ter ritory shall constitute seperate offense Section 3 Any person tor persons individuals or corporation public or private carrier violating the provis sions of this act shall be deemed guilt of violating the Local Option Law and shall be fined not less than fifty nor more than one h ndred dollars for each offense Section 4 An the place of delivery of such liquors shall be held to be the place of sale Section 5 Anji all laws in confli with this act are hereby repealed rThe L N instructions are as fol lows In the event agents at receiving points through error receive a shipment for a local option point when reaches that point the agent at said point of delivery knowing that Local Option laws are In effect at that point should decline to make delivery an notify the forwarding agent that shi ment is undelivered on account of Loc Option laws and ask for instructions as to disposition The above a p ids to INTERSTATE as well as INTERSTATE shipments Please be governed accordingly D M GOODWIN Gen ral Freight Agent twill be- seein e go even beyond the letter of the statute and refuse to take interstate as welt as intrastate shipments The is Central has issued similar instructions to its agents cept that they do Iot now but i dupe the interstat shipment clause t EDITORIAL SPRINGFIELD SUN ROGERS GORE EpITOR LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES The AntiSaloon League of Kentucky in an address recently issued from Frankfort Ky states that inquiry will e made by the League into the attitude of candidates toward local option before the people are permitted to finally pass upon their election We can see nothing wrong in such an inquiry being made ofcandidatesespecially those candidates seeking legislative offices The question of localoption is an im portant one and it is absolutely certai that measures affecting it will come u andeof course the people willwant to know just how their servants will vote Nowinvi wQf the fact that Mr Nathan M Uri In a speech recently de livered before the Wholesale Liquor Dialers Association in Louisville said that we must first put our man upand then go into the market after the votes dont you think the antr saloon people have a right to demand that candidates for Legislative offices clearly stat how they will Vote upon all meas ures Effecting local option The Anti Saloon League of Kentucky isnonpo litical but it taking a hand in snap ing local option legislation and in view of the fact that both the Democratic and Republican parties look alike to it hadnt we asi Democrats and R publicans better investigate a litt ourselves before we nominate If a candidate for nomination stands for the whisky interests let him have courage enough to say so let him stand upon that platform and fight itjut If he favors local option legislation let him declare himself unequivocally There nY toting water upon botb shoulders will be tolerated from a candidate must speak right out in meetin j must not attempt to sneak in fokth people justat this time are in no hu mar to tolerate a dough man and they Ctwould bury him beneath an avalanc of ballots MR GILMORE TALKS T M Gilmore writing in the Wi saysitOur trade is resting and it needs a rest but the enemy never rests and for some years to come we shall Le1islative herea in Washington county is needing a rest and the people are getting ready right now to give it what it needs likewise alsois Mr Gilmores trade over in Nelson needing a rest and on September 1 final preparations will be made for the rest We dhoti ave our hands full with Legislative fights declares Mr Gilmore We presume Mr willnbe necessary to find the man and then go into the market for votes Thats Mr Nathan M Uris plan and Mr Uri is considered a conservative and able advocate of the liquor people But where will Mr Uri and Mr Gilmore find them n Thats the question Continuing Mr Gilmore says The AntiSaloon League isa won derful organization thorough in its de IIispared drastic legislation for Washing ton Texas Tennessee Kentucky Illinois and several other States We can only speak for Kentucky We have an inkling that the veryworst- sort of drastic legislation has already been preparedlegislation which when enacted by the next General Assembly of Kentucky will give the people an opportunity to wrap the cloak of obliv ion aboutevery barroom in the State And we hope Mr Uri will fail to findhis man or a sufficient number of purchable votes to elect him- A little further on Mr Gilmore makes this rather remarkable statement uIt is strange that men who have their m in this business gobymustIsential that we make a competent de fense ofour business before the people or else it will be outlawed save m larger cities- Comment on the above is unneces- saryj Mr Gilmore says aplenty he points out to us the poisonpod and ad mits his case is bad Such evidence i before a court of justice would relieve the jury of any reasonable doubt a dt the defendants conviction would be as stsured000 MAJORITY i The Sun believes the majority for local option in Washington county will indicationPointsP perance in six or seven precincts of the county If the majority falls below one thousand there must be a change in the minds of the voters and fromp past experience we are believe the only changes that will be made will be in favor of local option When the petitions were circulated it was rare indeed that a man refused to sign and had more time been given a to those who were circulating petitions it is believed that 2500 names could have been procured In the Mackville precinct the only precinct where the petitions were circulated for a week 263 names were placed on the petitions At the last election there were 27 votes polled in this precinct U is predicted by many in the Mackville pre allen five precincts the petitions were circu lated two daysror perhaps more properly put were only out two days These petitions were left atstores an with individualsandpeople even hunte t the petitioners In one precinct only r one petition was returned the others not having time to reach Springfield before presenting them to the court werhee m some on ac isewrong precinct Thirtyone names Ihrn werecircu lated only in a very small portion of the district those having them ir charge being too busy with the harvest thEnetime to see more than the required number of votes But with all of these drawbacks the petitions as originally voteraofil county NELSONS CAMPAIGN cotmitybig victory from the Very beginning Little trouble vrs xperienced in get tog signers to the petitions even in districts where the saloon people pre dieted that they i would experience trouble in getting the required num ber People are anxious to getinto the MY COUNTRY TIS OF THEE J t 5 heat of the battle and they are talking victoryeven to the tune of 1000 ma jority rior more i INCONSISTENT Some of our whisky friends argue suit the crowd For example they htelPthat class that want to keep con antly on hand a quart or so that it will be impossible to even get a very small quantity and that it willbe painfully dry in Springfield But with an other class of people tley argue that booze will be so Plentifpl it will muddy the streets as it flow along Dont you think they are a little inconsistent A gentleman said to us last County Court day Why I am told by the whisky people that it will be impossible for me to get liquor even for medical We assured him that the local option laws though very stringent made ample revisions for whisky in cases of illness We crossed the street with our frienand there we found a debate between a local optionists and whiskyite After taking a plunge or so into the great sea of local option ar gument our whisky friend struck the same old snag and then the blind tiger argument was produced ItWhy he exclaimed with the air of a fellow who thinks Ive IJgot em now 7blind tigers will flourish theyll have em up the alley and down the alley in he garrets and in the cellarsevery vhere and Well get all the whisky we ant Wel1said the friend who lad crossed the Street with us I see his whisky man says liquor will be sensedthedman was argu lent that whisky wilt be scarce in condwe we want it to be hard to get g1am willing to take my chances oni getting it when it needed in illness NOW THE QUESTION The following is clipped from the Marion Falcon i uesday Ed Simms of the western part of the county telephoned Chief of Police Thompson St Marys that hadbeensaysheand found that Simms was drunk while clothesstryingwhich he failed This is similar to many other bad stories circulated peopltoIf Chief Thompsons theory is correct Simms lied about being robbed and of course such stories prejudice people against Lebanon and ought not to be told But what did Lebanon doto1 Simms Howmuch was Simms ageeFLets see Lebanon mad Simms drunk Sent him home to his family in a debauched state gave him that which not only makes liars of men but which makes them steal rob and murder that which destroys homes andi makes maniacs and paupers and tramps that which plows great fur rows of despair through the hearts of countless thousands of good and honor able men leaves a bleeding wound in the andTplaces about a nation of little children the great Black Cloak Hunger Lebanon made Simms drunk Simms lied on Lebanon Now the question Which did the other the greatest amount of harm I e it enacted by the General Assem bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky That section 2560 of the Kentucky Statutes it being a portion of article 1 of hapter 81 of the Kentucky Statutes entitled Liquors intoxicating be land the same is hereby repealed and in lieu thereof it is hereby enacted No election in any town city dis trict or precinct of a county shall be held under this article on ttie same day on which an election for the entire county is held except that cities of the first second third and fourth class es may hold an election on the same day on which an election for the entire county is held When an election is held in an entire county and a m orit of the legal votes cast at said auction are against the sale barter or Ipan of ful to ell barter or loan any such liquors in any portion of the county If at s chan election for the entire The following is clipped from theI Democrat Hunter Barnes convicted of murder and given a life sentence in the state penitentiary was taken to Frankfort by Sheriff Moss last Saturday morning The young mart was morose when he left but he expressed his intention of going to work study and qualify him self for a useful life in the walls of the prison if necessary but with the hopes of liberation in future years should his conduct Warrant the efforts of J es sJinine county residents An interview with Barnes before leaving convinced us that he is not en tirely to blame tor taking the life he did but at the same time it must be understood that the murder was cold blooded and he must suffer for his act There was no excuse for itnot even the fact that he was drunk was an ex cuse but his life story in a few words told by himself puts the blame where it belongs He said I was born of poor but honest par eats who endeavored to teach me to distinguish the right from the wrong Likea number of boys of the present day I was wilful and began to visit saloons and at no time did I have trouoie to secure all the whiskey I wanted as long as I kept my mouth shut This was when I was a mere eboy and by tie time I had attained m majority the thirst for whiskey ha grown so strong I could not control 4y MISLEADING rSomepersist in referririg to the movement as the Prohibition movement This is done for the purpose of pIe It is hoped to convince some peo pIe that the Prohibition party is responsible for the elections which are to be held throughout the State and that when voterscast theirvotes for llocal option they will be voting the Prohibition ticket But the people have too much sense to believe any such rot andafool is he who attempts to mislead in telligent people COUNY UNIT LAW intoxicating county the majority of the legal votes i cast are in favor of the sale barter or temtoriaJttthe sale barter or loan has been excluded by an electron held under this statusofas if no such election had been held No election shall be held in any elec tion precinct under this act oi the same thedistricta part If at an election held for such entire district or city the majority of legal votes cast shall be in favor of the sale barter or loan of spirituous vin Ious malt or other liquors then theorstatus in the several precincts thereof shall remain as it was before said election but if the majority should ba against thesale then the sale barter or loan of such liquors shall he unlaw ful in every portion of said district city BARNES INTER VIEW Nicholasville sleadingpe myself From drinking Iwent toI gambling and many a game of crape f have I participated in in the Niceolas ville saloons with the full knowledge of the proprietors It was the whiskey they sold me when they knew I was drunk that put me where I now am but their greed for my money deadened allspenttheylife they have ruined IT WAS THEIR WHISKY THAT KILLED MR CHAP rlRESPONSIBLEfor had they not sold me the whiskey in my youth at the present time I would be an honest man instead of a convicted murderer Any boy in Nicholasvilla today can get all the tellwhereWhen I killed Mr Campman 1 had no ill feelings against him and no one regretted it more than I whe I realizedwhat Iliad done The act Waaf committed while my mind waS inflamed with whiskey sold to me by men older then myself the same men who are leading other young boys to destruct ion They alone will have to answer for the crime in the courts beyond thw world If the young boys of Nicholas yule will take my life as a warm a i powttdout LdOJH nterl i 2 i 01 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906I I 1 U TVv ++T ++ +++ i Farrnsor t t 1Ij tthouseNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellingsplenty of All the farm ready for the plow e 60 per acre 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plEmt timber jgrass h hickory dwelling and barns wellwatered orehalf iLfrom school house and church Good tobacco land Price W jre 15r+ No 6205 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwellh g 3 to baccoibarns one stock barn all necessary outbuildings plenty tim itsber lots of good tobacco land wellwatered wellfenced good W grassy Price 35 per acre I No7175 acres dwelling stable wellwatered wellfenced wholefarm tobacco land Seven miles from town No SI28 acres two miles from Springfield plenty timber all necessary outbuildings good grass good dwellingand barn Price per acre No 965acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber goodVifi two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco wen fenced ilarge swelling Will mate fine dairy farm on railroad Price 4i 3750 per acre itsW+ convenient two barns two dwellings telephone in house well 44watered ahd plenty tobacco land Price 35 per acre lit + No 2The most desirable house in Springfield Well located J No I3A nice cottage in Springfield Good barn with acre of ground Cheap NoI4150 acres seven miles from Sprin field on good ppile fit 50 acre timber two new barns new dWellinghouse plenty of fine tobacco land 50 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60iita No 1iacres one good six room dwelling tobacco itsstable Well fenceft good orchard well Watered 25 acres fine to W milesfromNo 16 = 196 acres J miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 its inblue W I No 1733 acres new two story sixro m dwelling barn two wells an everlasting spring well fenced allin grass fine t1tobacco land fine young Price 3000 W I roomdwellings bottomlandI NbJ9275 acres 76 acres good timber two nine room stockbarnssprings fine Young orchard all kinds ojf fruit large and small ice 50tinSpringfield dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre iNo 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 j goodbarni15 per acre No 23t1391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile from school som e1imbe fine tobacco land well fenced plenty j of water Prjce 35 per acre No 24166acres 3miles from SringfieldZ on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco ba s 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house ca in 25 acres of bot torn land fence in good repair Pric60 peg acre BD Lake Springfield J + P ++ ele ele Iiel eeleI8leelelelele 18le1 BUGGIES f H I HARNESS HARDWARE t 7f t buggies that we want to say a few words about We just merely want to invite you in to see the handsomest line ever brought to Springfield r At Prices Iowa H mpleteline But if you want = HARNESSor fine Farm or Buggy Harness we can your wants at satisfactory priceSL J WELLS 1ROTIIiIi- T r BEVERLY OF- GRAVSTARK By GEORfX BARR Aothor of Gra stuk CrHI Copyrtcr totltbuDodd Head Goodness vlt looks black mieaa here doesnt It I hate underground t Ings Theyre so damp and all that low far l It do you suppose to the door In the wall She was cl1atterloJsimply to keep up her courage a id to muke her falrestshow of compos ire AItS a lltye more than 300 yi rds he replied They were adva slug tli rough the low narrow stone lined passage She steadfastly Ignored the hand he held back for support It was not a pleasant l aCCt this underground way to the outside world The valls were damp anti moldy the odor cf PIe rank earth as nostrils the air was chill and deathlike How do you know she demanded quickly pnssagCore She be stopped like one paralyzed her eyes wide and Incredulous Franz wa my guide from the outer gate Into tlm chapel It Is easy enough to get out side the walls but extremely difUcult to return he went ou easily You mepn to say that you lave been In and out by way of this pas sage Then What was your bl Ject 8Irshe demanded sternly My desire to communicate tvlth friends who could not enter the city Will It Interest you if I thai the particular object of my concern was a young woman She gasped and was stubbornly si lent for h long time Bitter resent lent filled her soul bitter dlsappointmei it In this young man A young worn n 1 he had said oh so Insolently Taere could be but one Inference one coi elu- sion The realization of it settled one point in her mind forever It wouldnt interest me In the ask I dont even care who she was Per mit me to wIsh you much joy with her Why dont you go on Irritably for getting that It was she who del yed progress His smile was Invlslbl In the blackness above the lantern T ore were no words spoken until after hey had reached the little door In the all Here the passage was wider T ere were casks and chests on the floor evl dently containing articles that requ red Instant removal from Edelweiss In case of an emergency Who was that woman she as ied at last The key to the door was In the nervous little handcOne very near and dear to me Kiss Calhoun Thats all I can say at his time Well this Is the only time you vlll have the chance she cried lof lily Here we part Hush she whispe ediInvoluntarily grasping his arm think I heard a step Can any one be following us Tbe stopped and Us It was as still as a tomb bItanswered Jokingly She was too nt rv ous for any pleasantries and releas ng her hold on his arm said tlmh Ily Good by n Am i to go In this manner Have you no kind word for me I love ou better than my soul It Is of SaU consequence to you I know bu I crave one forglvlpg word It may be the last He clasped her hand i nd she did not withdraw It Her lips were trembling but her eyes w re brave and obstinate Suddenly she mt down upon one of the chestsiy It he had not told her of the other wpmat Forgive me Instead for all Uia I have brought you to she murmur It was all my fault I shall ne er forget you or forgive myself II m going hack to Washlnton Immediately I cant bear to stay here now Good by and God bless you todo y9ij think we shall ever seq each oU et again Unconsciously she was clh g A Ing to his hand There were tears iIi the gray eyes that looked pathetlca ly aown there In the gre some passage way with the flfluI rays of the laute rn lighting her face Only the strict st self control kept him from seizing er- in his arms for something told h in that she would have surrendered This Is the end I fear he sa d with grim persistence She caught let breath In a sob Then she nr e resolutely although her knees tre i Ned shamelessly Well then goodhy she said ye y Rleadlly You are free to go where and to whom you like Think of i rp once in awhile Baldos Heres tie key Hurry II cant stand It mu h longer She was ready to break dow n and he saw it but he mude no sign Turning the key In the rusty lock le cautiously opened the door The mop lit world lay beyond A warm Intox tenting breath of fresh air came ir upon them He suddenly stooped ai d kin ed her hand Forgive uie for having annoyed 0u wi It my poor love he said as lie fitodIn the door looking Intp nig it beyond UIall right she choked out us she started to close the door after hli i Talt You ire our prisoner 1 ie words ring out sharply In tl e silt ice of the n ght Instinctively Be erl made an attempt to close tl e dot r but ohe was too late Two burl vlll ilnous looking then sword In hart r blo ked lie exit and advanced up u the n sack Back Baldos shouted 10 Bei erly drawing his sword L ke a March slip picked up the Ian ten and sprung out of his way Caj tur or worse seemed certain but her hen t did not fall her ut up your sword You are under nrr sU came froul the foremost of tbo two He had heard enough of BaldOii skil with the sword tojiope that the tlumnilpfit be successful and would surrender peaceably number L JII1UU 0 n Onc I fried Bnldus The mens Instructions were to take their quarry alive If possible The reward for the man living exceeded that for him dead Baldos Instantly recognized them as spies employed by Marlanx They had been dogging his footsteps for day and even had tried to murder him The desire for vengeance was workin like madness In his blood He was overjoyed at having them at the point of life sword Beverlys presence vouchsafed that he would show little mercy Arrest mie you cowardly curs he exclaimed Never With spring to one side he quickly overturned one Qf the casks and pushing it in front of him it served as a rolling bulwark preventing n Joint attack You first he cried coolly as his sword met that of the leader The unhappy wretch was no mate for the finest swordsman In Grauslark He made a few desperate attends to ward off lily inevitable fate calling loudly for his comrade to aid him The latter was eager enough but Baldos strata glc roll of the cask effectively prevented him from taking a hand With a vi cious thrust the blade of the goat bunter tore clean through the mans chest behlndoI In the chance that had come to him The man gasped and fell He was nonejpp quick in withdrawing his dripping weapon for the second man was over the obstacle and upon him CHAPTER XXV OLD the lantern higher Bev 1ftI In the fury of the fight he I remembered the risk and Im portance of not mentioning her name and stopped short He was fighting fast but warily for he real that his present adversary was no mean one As the swords played back and forth In fierce thrusts and parries he spoke assurlngly to Beverly Dont e frightened As soon ns I finish with this fellow we will go oil Ah Bravo Well parried my man How the deuce could such a swordsman as you become cutthroat of Marlanx Beverly haft been standing still all this time holding the light high above her head according to her lovers orders for she knew now that such he was and that she loved him with all her heart She was a weird picture standing there as she watched Baldos fighting for their lives her beautiful face deathlike In Its pallor Not a cry escaped her Ups as the word blades swished and dished Site could hear the deep breathing of the combatants- In that tomblike presage Suddenly she started and listened keenly From behind her bask there in the darkness hurried footsteps were unmistakably approacUIng What she had heard then was not the scurrying pf a rat Some one was following them terrible anguish seized her Louder and nearer came the heavy steps Oh UaJdos she screamed In terrorIIAn- other Is coming Have no fear dear one he sung out gayly Ills voice was infinitely more cheerful than herelt for he realized only too well the desperate situa tion He was penned In and forced to meet nn attack from front and rear He fell upon his assallaut with redou bled fury aiming to finish him before the newcomer could give old From out of the gloom came a fiendish laugh Instantly the dark figure ot- a man appeared his face completely hidden by a broad slouch hat and the long cloak which enveloped him A sardonic voice hissed Trapped at last My lady and her lover thought to es cape did they The voice was unfamiliar but the atmosphere seemed charged with Marl jx Kill him 55cm lie shouted Dont let him escape you I will take care of the little witch never fear He clutched at the girl and tried to draw her to him Marlanx By all the gods pried Baldos In despair He lutd wounded his man several times though not sei Ious lYeHe dared not turn to Beverlys nld The scene was thrilling grewSoine Within this nation dimly lighted un derground passage with its musty walls sweating with dampness uric thick with the tangled meshes of the spiders web a brave girl and her lover struggled and fought buck to back To her disnuiy Beverly saw the point of a sword at liar throat Out of the way girl the man in the cloak snarled furious at her resist ante You die as well as your lover unless you surrender He cannot ea cape me trylngyouheartr Seed of YOU lover l IBniaos groanea ills adversary en situatDout you dare to touch me Count J arlanx I know you shehissed I ItIlire ThewordsdT rror paralyzed her Suddenly her heart gave u thump of Joy The resourcefulness of the trapped was sijrglng to lier relief The valor of the south leaped into life The ex LI ration of conflict beat down all her ears Take away that sword then tremblingII spareliiif I no never God forbid Im fNO Baldos ha chuckled the man In the cl his life Oh yes after mtmaster has reveled in your charms IIfwdooou like that my handsome You infernal scoundrel Ill settle withrna final effort he rushed madly on his rn idly weakening untngpnlst Baldos she cried hbfielessly and In a tone of resignation I must do It It jis the only way Balsdor was by the girls cry He Thegern Beverlys and clattered to the floor At the same Instant she drew from her pocket her revolver which she had placed there before leaving the castle and fired po nt blank nt him The report sound ed like a thunderclap In their ears It Ova followed quickly by a sharp cry ah l Imprecation from the lips of herIpersecutor who fell striking his with a terrible force on the stones Simultaneously there was a groan and the noise of a limp body slipping and Baldos victor at In tear and trembling rto hiS1turned standing unhurt staring mass at her feet Thank God you are safe Grasping herihand he led her out of the darkness Intgthe moonljght Not a word was spoken as they ran swIftly on until they reached a little clump of trees not far from one of the gates Here Bld gently released her hand She was panting for breath but alz she must not be allowed to ete moments delay She must pass cntry nt oc9f Have youtbe watchword eagerly asked Watchword she repeated feebly Yes the countersign for the night It Is Ganlook Keep your face well covered with your hood Advance boldly to the gates and give the word There will be no trouble The guard Is used to pleasure seekers returning at all hpurs of night Is he dead 1 she asked timorously returning to the scene of horror Only wounded I think as are the other men though they all deserve death He went with her as close to the gate ns he thought safe Taking hex hand he kissed it fervently Goodby It wont be for long and disappeared She stood still and lifeless staring after him for ages It seemed He was gone Gone forever no doubt Her eyes grew wilder and wilder with the pity jf Itall Pride fled Incontinently She onged to call him back Then It occurred to her that he was hurrying lI ty that other woman No he laid he would return She must be brave true to herself whatever happened She marched boldly up to the ga e gave the countersign mid passed through not heeding the curious glances cast upon her by the sentry turned into the castle up the grand stalr ase and lied to the princess bed chamber Beverly trembling and sobbing threw herself In the arms of the princess Incoherently she related all that bad happened then swooned Aftbr she had been restored the iiromiseof Yetlve toprotect her whatever happened comforted her some Tvhatj It must have been Marlanx moaned Beverly Who else could it have been replied the princess who was visibly ex cited SUK honing all her courage she went on Irst we must find out If he Is badly hurt Well trust to luck Cheer up She touched a bell There came kn ckat the door A guard was told to enter Ellos she exclaimed u did you hear a shot tired a short time ago fI thought I dId you highness but vfas iiDt sure Bn dos the guard was escaping by the se ret passage continued tile prin c0ss a wonderful Inspiration coming tq her rescue He passed through tIle chapel Miss Ca Ihoun was there Alone q single handed slue tried to prevent him t was he l1ltylle refused to obey her command to slop and she I followed him Into the tunnel and Bred at him Im afraid you are too to capture him but you mayoh Beverly how plucky von were to follow him jGo quickly Elba Search the tunnelj and report at once As tile guard painted wit r wonder admiration mid u belief he AJIW the two consplr a tors locked Iii ench others arms iresuntly he returned and reported thtit tie guards could find no trace of any one In the tunnel but that thy found blood on tl e floor near the exit nrd that the door was wide oPen The two girls looked at each other In noi ient ThVy were dumfounded but a great relief was gloivinglu their err Continued next week Subscribe for The Stith 100 leaf ALL CHILDREN et birth inherit a predim jsition to bodily ills and ail JnentS more or less serious The stomach aasV bowels are the most prolific sourceS of ill They are the hotbed of disease and because less attention Is gives them more evil can be traced directly to theiY- thantoanyother organs of the bodyWhere of trouble or y0u are feeling out of sorts Dr CaidwellsLaxarlv I Syrikp Pepsin should be taken at once It is the bedpreparation i Dr the stoat ach and bowls If they are all out of order it will eradicate the 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market W Harty Alsptntd iha ItfAlJt- Worthy 2 R L Cecil Fredcrkktown Ky DiaUrj if This Tm EXCL VSIVE AGENTS F r Him m wr Condensed Finiand endowed him with ial knowledge of right paint and right painti c methods wherewith to greatly enhance prospentyThis his own voice GtEE1lNGS F Hammat Pkini Company ST LOUISA MO atuy jswartsI1th1iriJsTihthNion Fence Cheaper ban wood wm Jut HletIme- II Anrs Minds hit StIHIt iNI Mfor Sir cnknmATI- Oru 198 iWl1rH Foe ew salt ales rfas iae 41Traser J Springfield Monument Co Art JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCiY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and BurJaIRoI MTelephone 0 Carriage ShIp t I am rM to d nit of your wood work and repairing at the most reasonable price Upholstering of all kinds done Grain for sale I also h ore ZiW bl oPncle by Jiaxon an o secoa hand spring wagon Buggy trimming of all kinds on hand t W H NDicJuly11 SIHiftpteld Iy 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 LET TALONEI YTIYOlflBut that Has Proven a Poor Way to Fight the Whisky Traffic cSEIfeboro Ky Juiief 30Editor Suns drunkard Let us remove it from this One of the most impprtrnt questions county and others will follow our ex ample and the liquor business willsoonliefore our people just now is local tton it me to say a few wordsperishWeprompts hear it said that if we vote local ahrough of your much read option whisky will be sold any wayI gaper This is a question as the late There may be sore little sold on the 4 McKmley said that concerns not only sly but twill be drop compared to She honor of our county but also the what is being sbld now auterai moral and social interest of Last fall I helda meeting in the whiskysillwas m a mat is beyoxJthe influence of the liq thestanding meeting was ten miles traffic Its evils are widespread from the saloons we had drunk men at wed far reach in almost every service and much distur bance from them Four or five menThe time wit soon come when we are churcht1omoHrcounty or not and if we vote for sued for five yOUng men who confessed Beta ption we will never see the time and paid their fines I was told by the TB1 regret fit officers of that church that they had Letra consider what a vote for whir trouble every Protracted meeting withc drunken boys I went from there to SiFSBeans We w l this greatlsanctto Green county where they have local tnms and permit degrading opt nand held a meting and saw 4itti famous of call of earths most dan only one drunken man and had perfect aHBUs things to remain in our county order during the entire meeting The debauch and raid our boys hadandi never expenenced disturbanceany since hearts of their mothers and to rum wh sky had benremoved from the byiiItIcsnaaiin we agree to share with the liqWe hear it said that the saloons 4 MT seller the responsibilities of the bring a revenue into the town If we 3fc aess Every man who votes for Ii remove them the money that is now oEMcd saloons becomes pf necessity a being spent in them would be spent In pettier tthe liquor traffic By votingthe dry goods stores May I repeat 3r it we will keep it on a footing and that the proceeds of the saloon are OfBal with other branches of business shared only by a few people at a very a iincrease its power for harm They great expense of the masses Such tfcus that ifyou let whisky alone it money is the price of souls sent tQ hell J will let you atone I knew a man and more illgotten than the wealth of wq a few years ago agreed to do this Judas Iscariot JJsince that time whisky has tradeIn this fight for loc 1pt10n we are i dknbkards out of his two boys broken proud of the leadership of two such ffce heart of his wife and caused the noble men as Judge Thurman and Edi Turakles to come on his face Whisky tor Gore They have taken firm stands thepeaandBoLts and wifet re no honor will be to high for our themWfeskythe Sonora as reckless man fires off his pistol and Banner of Californiaj i S3k a little girl Whisky kid not let A barrel Of headaches of heartaches fttr alone Many a fond mother is shed of woes bitter tear with al A barrel of curses a barrel of blows wifeawsLregretsWMaky of debts paintcriesiftsreaclLandStarts for those hidden from its desolu A barrel of poverty ruin and blight A barrel of terror that grows the htaif crimes and a barrel of groans arBege and hunts for the dear boys A barrel of the orphans most pitiful caressed b mothers in Christian homesmoans thtaey thatmHBtvteis and replenish the ranks of the RR No3 W EZRA SUTHERLAND flSSIP FROM THE NATIONAL MI iSreatest Criticism ofa President Is Heard In Washington City Full v f of Grumblers V sayInghis own country might be paraphrased rots a president is not unpopular save in Washington It Is the fate of every chief executive to be jcrlt Iclsed and to become unpopular in the capital KateEvenmlii at the seat of the government and his popularity was much greater beyong the of the y v Presidenthis predecessors and there are few places in the country where less enthusiasm is shown Over t him than right hero among the people who see j dayrP greatest drit J Icisrn pf a president shoulilJje in Washington s As chief executive he to a people and nowhere Is he so representative of themapleBis about their jobs and look upon their superiors as creatures who are trying alwaystjcarases for complaint Then there Is a large contingent of his own patty piececjlegislatlonRESIDENTS SECRETARY HAS HARD ROAD TO TRAVEL One of the most trying positions In t 10 gov Sj sldentJC5 A Iclsm of underlings or of congressmen Is sec rn j arltyHeoutside world It requires infinite tact for a xrv7 Plan In this position to deal with the hundreds everydayf good from the bad protect the resident from nuisances and bores and at the same time keep the people good natured It Is simply Impossible ar I secretaryto secretaryburdens and curry them with a smile fills that was made the won1krediItit beenand1iadi2rc d to that trying position have ntevelpped so rapidly and proven so em secretariesElbeSmnceA success 1 I Tatham Springs Hotel Open j J IntestinalCatarrhsThe scenery around the Island and Hotel is picturesque the fishing and boating superb Carey Island on which the Hotel is located is high and dry containing about six acres The Hotel is well ventilated with broad verandas on every side and is equipped with aU modern improvements and is conducted by Mrs S E Wqrnall in all departments in the very best manner The following are the ratesI r BOARD PER DAY s r M 200 1000IMrs S E Wornall Manager Tatham Springs Hotel Twenty Reasons Why You Should Oppose the Saloon azcHArac manhoodbut2 It never beautifies the home but often wrecks it 3 It never increases ones usefulness but lessens it passionsbut 5 It never stills the tongue of slander but loosens it 6 It never promotes purity of thought but poisons it 7 It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them llQtbox9 It never makes happy fami lies but miserable ones lh It never prepares one for heaven but for hell rightdoing12 It never diminishes foxes with all itsrevenue but increases them 13 In nev renderS the Sabbath quiet but desecrates iL 14 It never protects our J prop erty or personal safety but endangers them 15 It never one to get a good insurance policy on his life but militates against it 16 It neyercreates ambition and thrift but invites laziness profligacy poverty idleness and crime 17 It nqvor builds up the church but peoples the station house pris ons and chaingangs 18 It never refines character nor promotes Christian grace but IS a destroyer of the soul 19 It never teaches honesty and uprightness but inc tes the incendi ary to apply the midnight torch 20 It never protects a man but familyhappinessand endearments of lite Every saloon In Kansas City JCas was closed yesterday and at the clubhouses no liquor was sold Marion County Falcon Cora Catherine nil eleven month old daughter of Mr and Mrs G T McKnight died Wednesday afternoon of cholera infantum Mr J A Johnston the enterprising cigar manufacturer of Springfield was here thin vcek in his andsome hew wagon in which lie carries his cigars for delivery on his trips through the country Mr John Catlin anold citizen of the Gravel Swit neighborhood died Fri day after a lingering illness Capt R E Jeter died at his home in Campbellsville last week He was 86 years old and served with distinction in the Federal army While at work at the electric light plant Monday evening Mr Sam Hund ley received so severe a shock from the t battery that his friends thought he would die He was unconscious form re than an hour and it was with much difficulty that he was reviyedL However he is nowrback at his post of duty at the plant and says he has entirely oa recovered from the shock j IS1SSSISLS1SISi IS LS SISSISISIS SiSSiSSi ISiS rsIlII J Bigger and Better Than Ever THEGRE- ATSpringfield 0f Fair SPRINGFIELD KY Jor jii itiJAUGUSTJ ii85O6Show ever Good band Plenty free attractions each day J FINE STOCK EXHIBITSPl- enty of refreshments of every kind to be had on the grounds Everybody lay aside dull care andL come and enjoy yourselves for one week t t I B L LITSEY Pres A C KIMBALL Sec a r vvr S I 0rLq THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906I r i J tJ J H That Cash SaleUI WE HAVE BEEN CONDUCTING DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS HAS PROVEN A GREAT SUCCESS AND WE HAVEi 7 DECIDED TO CONTINUE IT FOR A FEW DA YS LONGERj I Grundy Mclntifei L g a y STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION re OF Farmers Bank OF if ACKVILLE Ky 3 c At Close Business June 30 1906 RESOURCES i tLoans and Discounts 4277993 House Fu etc 233816 59003defrom 13824If LIABILITIES 5313553 1500000SurplusEx Int and Div 132442 Deposits + 3601111 5313553 J W SAELEE Cas x Subscribed and sworn tdl before me thIS 3rd day jf July 1906 JAS E HARMON N P My commission expires Feb 131910 BEAR WALLOW News from this section is rather sca Iywill jrive all there is Mr Will Mdds boy is sick in bed with typhoid fever and is attended by his brother Dr Clarence Mudd Mr and Mijs T E Ballard spent one day last wee with George eynolds on the Beech Fork in Nelson county Their two pretty children accompanied them Mrs Teresa Hill who came all the way from Kansas to the Home Coming is staying with her sister Mrs Monroe Cecil at present Her husband who was at Fredericktown during his lath ers illness has returned to Kansas where he if now cooking his own meals Mrs Hill was entertained at dinner by Mrs Smith and Mrs Anderson while last Friday She waS entertained at L fheCathohesto eat meat that day and a big dinner was spread for the guests Those presr ent were Mrs Annie Clements Mr sand Mrs Bob Lee Clements Mr andi MrsGeoMr and Mrs Monroe Cecil and many others They all enjoyed the day very much There wasrio church at Iiardin s Creek ion account o the funeral of Mrs Daisy Mudd last Sunday at Frederick wn All the brethren iassisted at the services r Lured aComradeof Cholera Mor bus aid Saved His Life Whitereturning from the Gran rmy Washington City a comrade from Elgin was taken with cholera morbus and was in a criti- Cal condition says Mr J E Hough land of Eldon Iowa I gave himc Chamberlains Colic Cholera and r rhoea Remedy and believe saved his yeained rs many parties to the south and west I this remedy and have us itsuccessfully on many occasions person traveling or at home should without rem y For sale every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass ILLISBURG Born tote wife of Moland Derr boyt school will begin at ti Monday July 9 under of Prof J T Prath iml Mrs Kate Shewmaker darslastCamden Ky Miss Mihrjie Reynolds is visiting Brother at this place this week rl Mrs Janies Brown and daught Ijjpiss Mattie of Louisville are here end the si mmer with her parents Mr3 W T Wells and children are r i r visiting her parents at Lawrenceburg this week J W Shirley was in Lebanon las t Tuesday on business John F Reynolds was in Harrods burg last Monday to dispose of some horses TJ Bishop is visiting relatives in Harrodsburg W S Gibbs has returned home from- a business trip to Shelbyville Mr Gibbs has employed a horse trainer Frank Marshall He is considered on of the best trainers in the county The Cumberland Telephone Company builddingSprings It will be of great help to the county W B Shirley rind wife visited at the home of am Goodlett near Springfield Saturday and Sunday Mrs Sue Vice has returned home after a few days stay with Mrs Mary Hines at Hillsboro edMay Live 100 Years e cantorbyy in case me Duncan of Haynesville Me now 70as years old She writes Electric Bitters curedme of Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 years standing and made me feel as well strong as a young girl Elec atric Bitters cure Stomach and Liver dis eases Blood disorders General debil gunisr e Price only 50 rSQrtte anxiety is felt for the safe of the French steamship America of the Fabrie Line which sailed from Marseilles for New York June 2 herThe British naval maneuvers whichI began June 14 and in which 325 war betoe Subscribe for The Sun 100 year TATHAM SPRINGS Richard Pintcston and family o nea Willisbufg spent last Saturday nigh with the formers parents at this lace Rev Hatchett of Antioch has car of the church here Services ve fourth Sunday We are sorry toreport Edgar Ya ncey of Sharpsville very ill with y hoi fever Hope he will recover eHenry and Sam Wells area home stow and will begin teaching ch soon Miss Ethel Rogers of Fenwic will hoofmThis will be Miss Rogers second tei m at this place Miss Myrtle Robertson and brother of Kirkland were through here las rMrPleasant Grove attended church here last Sunday Bowel Complaint in Children During th summer months chi dren are subject to disorders of the be wel which should receive attention as loo nAla the first unnatural looseness of the bowels appears The best medicie iriI use forbowel complaint is Chamber in Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Re ed as it promptly controls any unna ur o bowels whether t be in a child or an adult For sale by ery reliable dealer In the Blur Grass Bow Lace Cnn lie denned With Flour ncdIIt In rite hoar Rub as It waslilnj i wntnr then take It outdoors and shake all the flour out If not perfectly clean repeat th rubblng In n little norje clean flour The flour must brf e thoroughly shaken from the lace or then result will boo far from satlsfnct try White knitted hoods can he clean In this way babies socks also If only slightly soiled Hendren Was Murdered a ante in these columns last week were brought andtfA recent account of the killing in the E thatdWwas though Oscar Osberry the accused I claims selfdefense r ooofHalf The World Wo d rs How the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve never wonder if it will cure Cuts Wounds Burns knowtIrerbyCCapt Daniel Coleman former United or or States Consul to France under Presi dent Cleveland is dead at HuntsvilleI M Beats The Music writesYiPoughkeepsie N Y I take Dr Kings themostieliable ClIaydoniJoseph Nealon a resident of Paris 0 died in Chicago of hydrophobia He was bitten by a dog about six weeks ago fromoance n politics and tour the country Subscribe for The Sun 9100 rearsiff 1 Iis certain to present itself When it does say the W9rds ve for so long to say At the same time present theBeautnul young lady with a lovely diamond ring Ypure sure to be happy if the ring and other presents are bought of me To prove it I JAS J GRA VESat 1T IH CUMBERLAND GO r mCORPOXATBDJ distance lines and telephones of this Company ehable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana v We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication wlththe people of this great section of the country d We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed SaleIWashington Circuit Court MONDAY JULY 23 1906 Lepra Bland Etc Plaintitrvs Te tesa Blandford Etc Defendants iiy virtue of a and or der of sale of the Washington Circuit Court e dered at the May 1906 in th ab ve styled cause I shall proceed t for sale at the court house door in Springfield on the 23rd day of Jjulv fi06 at 2 oclock pm or thereabout highenandt credit of twelve and six months the following described property towit or sufficient thereof to produce the sum so ordered to be made Washingtonjat a stone Dowlingthejlcecorner toJ R Blanford thence N ii2 poles to a stone corner to P lylontgomery thence N sixty seven 20J poles to a stone corner to same thence Fl 273J poles toa stone o thesouth edge of the St Rose and Lo tto pike thence along the south edge said pike N 813 W 16 poles N 89 J polethencethebeginningsquare poles more or less AM MOUNT TO BE RAISED 85550Mrsdebt and interest V 75015 Estimated cost of suit 7500 Total 168065 F0r the purchase price the purchaser purchasers with approver y sureties must execute bond henna legal interest from date of sale unpaid and having the fore and effect of prepartoed s G Leachman M C W C C SU3SCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who era sub charshdcorwantLundsorted in another department of the paper at Very Ibw rates C B Pope Route 4 has for sale a good male sheep4 years old Jesse Miller R F D No2 has for sale four head of yearling steers Good gradeSherman Martin Springfield has for sale a black mare with mule by her one goodsteerr calf eight geese A Royal POIITUNITYj TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH 1Presidentand a good sow and pigs Robert Thompson Willisburgt R F D No 1 has for two number one milk cows also three sows andpigs B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow J Q Sutherland Springfield Rt a has for sale 1000 30 nc Henry Hickerson Mackville has for sale four head of twoyearold steers of good grade foroPrice reasonable Come and see them B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Quroc boartorousrhbred Springfitld Market f Bacon Haaofl 15c Sides ISKc poundrper Cblobena HensiOH o SprlnjcfCc Drledapplos 5c per pound poundB per busheL Eggs lOc per dozen raandnpQlnsengr 750 per pound at8HidesGreen shard10c per pound to loo per barrel i 3ti11 proddcta Bran shpstuff 100 per 100 pounds PotatoesCOuntry Onions 100 v Salt 5145 and 185 per barrel Turkoya per pound fallow 4c per pound gaUonWooIJ3urry dear of grease 30c tub washed 28c Country Sorghum45c to 606 KIIlliiftis Central RR CeruhanDawsonCalifornia and Colorado Extremely low round Rates to Louisiana Arkansas Indian Ternary Oklahoma and Tuesdayof HotnSprings Arkansas Through personally conducted Excur CaliforniaArizona Full particulars by addressing IF W HARLOW DP A L uisvhle KY Subscribe fonf Pile Sum iw are i p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 1 J l i1 l TLTALK lIiON COAL h Its hard to burn tIiBadCoal in the rSurnmeri Split Billi heatsbetter jljWOOL WOOL ofcotirsei1 J I 1 F1 o iJ = I j nlrl to1J iftr 4W + + rt +4tM + Air S E- LOCAL At dck is GrowingAu Interesting Address by lion W C Mcthord Editor Sun On the 28th day of March 1906 few fajsners of the Fen wi cirganized local of the A of Eo A short time after the organization of our Local we secured quantity oft literature from headquarters at Indianapolis and from this we were pleased jto learn that A of E Locals were being throughout the United States aro haPPY to say that our organization nqs grown front the very begin ning until now we have membership of over sixty We felt the need of dome one io help us In the great work that we have begun and knowing that Hon W McChordhadstood faith fullyby us during the tobacco growers against the trust committee called upon him did asked that he de liver speech before the Local Mr McChord being ever ready to assist the farmer readily consented to speak to us Tosay that his address was highly appreciated but lightly puts it Not withstanding the fact that great many of the farmers werelnlthetharvest field the was well falld and the most rapt attention was paid throughout The speaker urged to come together and be united as Common people and protect themselves from the unjust manipulations pf the trusts of this country Mr M became member of our to be hoped that we will from him often The purpose of thelA Sof is to establish fair in our markets for the produce of the farmer and it very gratifying to us foj note that much progress isbeing madeitoward this end It is sad sight to behold the who owns the earth in the clutches of the trust but it makes happy to feelyea to know that the dawnin of new era is at and that farmers of this country iwill be masters of the situation The trouble with farmers in the past has that they have given to much attention to raising and enough to marketing them The A of E teaches how to market our crops We ask all farmers and other friends jS II Your Coal Easysaid but how We sell coal and give coal advice Advice is cheap but coal cost money Why not then buthat superior quality we deal in there isnt any Weve tojd our and up to yaP to buy coal of save money jrt1 i + + + + Fen union organized fight house Chord price hand been crops story to come and be with that we may discuss the great agricu tural problem and assist in organizing that we may be prepared to meet the great trusts of the country with pl sitionsIThe farmers of other States are now appealing to Kentucky farmers to unite with them an effort to make the farm the happiest place on earth by demanding and securin afair deal from the market manipulators of this country We believe Kentuckythe home of some of the grandest men upon earthwill send greetings to other States with the proclamation that we are with you through thick and thin through trials and tribulations Let the tsar go W M NALLEY tTheCongress adjourned last night at 10 oclock Robbing That is just what you arc dote tivhcn you fail to get reg ular and sufficient sleep Your bpdy requires his unconscious period for repair work with out it your nerve energy becomes exhausted and are tired excitable have headache neu ralgia indigestion poor appe tile or other ailments caused by lack of nerve force Make it your business to sleep If you are restless take Dr Miles Nervine it soothes and strengthens the nerves and brings sweet refreshing lifegiving sleep and gives the organs power to work natur ally Try it today whichrvery nervous hnd severe spoils of headache and neuralgia and could sloop but very little Every effort that wasgMiles Restorative Nervine After myhethe pains head well tho certainnextantMltS OILBERT80N 821 Borylaji AYe Belvidere Ills will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind Full Weight IIs mighty comforting thing to have tobuyusbecauseevery ton bargained for gradeofinterest to buy here Give that thebest t Fraternally SUDDENDEATH Of W MillerpassesAwaya- tRichmond After Short Illness Richmond Ky June Richard Miller member the Legislature candidate for Congress and the best known young lawy Kentucky diedI here this afternoon six oclock after illness only few days Ho was stricken with creeping paralysis yesterday morning his rooms the Ho Glyndon and never rallied although insisted the last that would recover His wife and little were not with him his death being the South visit Mr Mil had not been good health for several days but attributed his illness overwork and believed rest would bring him around all right Isis deat not alone loss his family and friends but the State welL gave promise better things Personally- he was ok the most beloved men the Common earth His nature VasI sunny his nners most engaging his talents unusually high order he Funeral Richmond July lAs the brilliant July was sinking behind the Western hill bathing the earth halo goldall that was mortal Madisons onto Richard White Miller was wered its last resting Ricl mends beautiful city the deiW Thscene the hour the cir cumstance tlie mute but crushed wife and boy the stricken relatives and the thousand mourners from all walks life compos the most melancholy picture that ormed itself about grave thicou ity famous dead Floral offerir yard deep hid from view the gra The bells the city tolled sad cad the tramp uniformed dies Knight Templars and Elks wl ich eaded procession nearly one mile length The pall rers were Judge Burnam Smith Crooke Shacjdeford Stockton Harvey Chenault Shackleford and Claybrooke Many prominent persons were attendfthe funeral among whp were John Hughes Mayor Combs We Will Capture Your Trade Vespeakcqalfromby being Al wery respect priceorcoaliereafter I1IIER1F tt4t lWarmCoal Ought fBEST IrRtHAULINGi tff i have bought the the r C business When you have any hauling to do telephone meI PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR HIDES AND FURS t fE j I PAY cg r j t1itk I sIIktt It I j1 Hr JONESfj i r 1 l i t i J r OF a neighborhood a S a S I C a f a a Localand it is ea e E a is a us a t t n r t us us j propoI in u on Yourself wornoutneryous j a I I In as as E E yourS a us 1 R a 29 W of one of rs in at an of a in in el to he son at in on a cr in to a is a to to as hadla or of one in mt an of an 1 y sin in a of of ta son to p ace in of of d i ver a in of gs a e of in nee to of be f a in be A R T J J W W R R C D B W D to W T 7 us as in tt I J r of Lexington I Graham Vreeland man aging editor CourierJournal Judge J M Benton B A Crutcher Common wealths Attorney Harvey Helm W HarryMcCartyFitch The floraiofferings were many and eautiful among which was a design rom Lincoln county From Lincoln oyal friends of Madisons favorite on- vAi Modern Miracle Trujy jniraclous seemed the recov cry of Mrs Mollie Holt of this place writesJ 0 R Hopper WoodfordTennr Iqhe was so wasted by coughing up- from her lungs Doctors declared her end so near that her family had watched by her bedside fortyeight hours when at my urgent request Dr Kings New Discovery was given her with the astonishing result that im provement began and continued until she finally completely recovered and is a healthy woman today Guaranteedccure for coughs and colds at C J Haydon druggist Trial bottle free Farm FohSale 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 Frankdor to Patty Blanford R F D No 2 up32 Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Chamberlains Colic Cholera Diarrhea Remedy Almost every family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the year This remedy k recommended by dealers who have sold it for many years and know its value It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people physiciansresults It has often saved life before medicine could have been sent for or a summonedIt Can you afford to risk so much for so NOWm fItI p 7 to t be the if L 410 ll it a a a 1 DEADLYl j FIGHT At a Sunday School Convention Drunken Men StartJ Trouble Louisa Kyj June 80 Tupper Van horn and Miss Ross are dead as the result of a shootingaffray that occurred twelve miles from Louisa yesterday evening The scene of the tragedy was the grounds surrounding Mt Zion church on Bear Creek and a Sunday convention was in session at the time Two youthful sons of W M Caldwell were conducting a lemonade stand al short distance from the church VahhoI1tand his brother both intoxi ated it is claimed wrecked the lemon ade stahd The father of the days went to theik rescue and the affair at once becamej so serious that he drew a pistol Abut twentyfive shots were fired One ofi the Vanhorns was shot and aIstrav bullet struck Miss Ross causing her death soon afterward The young lady was a daughter of John Ross a prominent farmer Mr Caldwell is an excellent citizen and was taking part in the programme of the convention when the trouble came up Mr Caldwell has not been arrested Modest Claims Often Carry the Most Convictions When Maxim the famous gun inven tor placed his gun before a committee of judges he stated its carrying power to be much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of surpriseinsteadsame with the manufacturers of Cham berlains Colic Cholera and Diarrheoa Remedy Theydo not publicly boast of all this remedy will accomplish but to let the users the state meetsWhat the do claim is that it curecfiarrheoa dysentery pains in the stomach and bowels and as never been known to fail For sale ijyevery reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Subscribe for The Sun fLW Daily Herald AND SuN 200 ijIoTeachers Institute Springfield Ky June 23 190B To Trustees of Common Schools GentlemenThe Teachers Tnsiitufc for this county for the current school year will be held at Springfield bests ales on the 23rd day of July and con timing five days Please notify prompt ly as the law requires every teein your district Post written notices in your district of the Institute If you t have contracted with a teacher who ic absent from the county it is yoUr dutf to write hinder her at once You are to attend every day espeqatlyduties and school law will be discussed While the new law provides that the teachers shall be allowed the time x fun days wages will be retained by the County Superintendent for each days absence oj a teacher from thq Institute Respectfully JW Bush Supt Common Schoolk GETIHEBEST I Recently Enlargd 25 000 New WordsNew Gazetteer of the W rM tileIntestNew Biographic Dictionarycontaining the names of over 10000 notedpersons date of birth death etc 1Alt bYW T lily hD LJ- tou edatatesCommtasioneror iucauosL fatesVtnrDindMya Needed in ETerrHome Also Webtteri CoHcftate oictirrIlls Peb UM HtoUftl6m ReEWu Edition 1zlhsJi LIaIje Luae Edition 6IStu tp I4bite fro p1ateeon bi depaperbeantlMbladls FREE DktlowrJS UmlllttaW rli Gd C MERRIAM CO Publlthr SprU ielJ MSM r l a i T 1 I4 ITHE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 Thej Biggest I Ever Held in this Country now Going on at the BIG STORE 1 I I Thepresentin our stock of 25000 somegenuineFine Shoes Dress Goods halfpriceBROTHERS SPRINGFIELD KY I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday July 4 1906 ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY g TtJBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR Ifr Advance J ROGERS G0RE Editor and Publisher SprinRileldIY1 S DEMOCRATIC TICKET J FOR CONGRESS I HON BEN JON30N OF BARDSTOWN i NELSONeOUNTY tV FOR APPELLATE JUDGE HON J P HOPS N OF ELIZABETHTOWN HA DIN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT CLEEK ROBERT NOE The newspapers have mad Magistrate lo man feel that he is some pujnpkins when thec truth of the matter is hes a very small potato with a little squash fixed in Tqe Governor of Ken tuckY is also in a manner responsible for Hoifmans big ideas of a very little Iman he ought not to have noticed him in print tha was a e ofc Governor Beok hams Hoffman is no more entitled to notic than a lousy nigge- i ia back al eyae wants notori ety it matters not to him whether it comes in tiie way of praise or censure Please pardojvws dear reader for inflicting this brief mention upon yop If Harry Thaw who assassi nated Archifect White in New were the poor son of a poor mother instead of the poor son oi a rich mother he wouldnt st nda ghost of a chance befo courit but it now b to will beat the game upon the grounds that the man he murdered possessed a nude painting of his wife which he unthought edly posed fpr some years ago Harry said had made many itjs procure this very of art but had met failure it will seen that while mo mukitudP C of sins it failed absolutely tor 4 II clothe the nude picture of Har J ry Thaws wife whichoccupied most conspicuous place upon the walls of yhitesuden But after all s of the Realm thajt will step between Harry and that mighty angered terrible giant Justice standing with uplifted hands proclaiming that the world calls upon me to see that mankind is givenan ey for an eye and a tooth for toothbut the almighty dollar is mightier than Mighty Justice and ats Harrys luck comesgtixt aM JPf k C r l The death of Hon R Wl Mill ei at Richmond on last Friday came as a shock to the people of Kentucky He was universally lovedand the people of the State acquaintedJithhim anxious to honor him Why such as he just in the noontide ofa glorious life should be called to his reward we can not understand mysterious are the work ings of Proyidenjcevbut for the betterment of all mankind He was a All good greatranmen are Goy Beckham and Senator McCreary are both strong candI- dates able speakers shrewd pol iticians and scrappy scrappers and it will not be surprising if a little woolfliesi Some people are gifted in the art of whipping the devil aro u n the stump and the lick they strike is a love lick if nominated districteMr Bryans Most persistent fame rs now admit that he is a pretty good sort of a fellow Congress has adjournedon of the best things it did during the session blowthimself up with a big firecracker today rClarles Von Canegan whose wife died of wounns inflicted by him lost Monday hanged himself in a cell in th county prison at Philadelphia yesterday STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION 4OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF SPRINGFIELD KY At the Close ot Business June 30 1906 RESOURCESu 701UnBanking House and Fixtures 500000 Overdrafts 532847 from eBanks 4933837 33308354 LIABILITIES Capital Stock 5APOOOOT Circulation 5000000 Surplus Fund 2500000 Undivided Profits 407550 Set aside to pay taxes 1906 169592Bank Deposits 601768 IndividualDeposits1962944420231212 33308354 Gross Earnings past six months 670284 Bal Undivided Profits Jan 0a0 ously charged off + 750 1079834 DISPOSED OF AS FOLLOWS Dividend No 69 of 4per 200000Extraceht 50060 220056Added 862Set68935ifits 4 407650 1079834 A CMCELIIOY Cashier Ii r 1E EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEFEEFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Ei- W w ti THE STORY Of THE JUG wt f a Come here all ye who have learned to think II And hear me speak of the drink drink drink fi W Come male and female come and youth n W And list while I teUthesimple truth T Ii Ii ifWfor fame t TWW it bears no blame i T Its bad for friendship Its e forvi T T Its bad for the brains Its bad for andtY ifw the man that serves Its bad for the and bad for the breath Its bad Jforlife and worse fordeath Its bad when t TaTtila curse when W w the pimples come Its bad for the children theu1 It Tto sallow tinge it lends to the cheek Its rentWmorningdgtt i theSud bright the poor mans bane destructions gate the T Wchurchs shame th blight of the state a prison f4 H4i fly with a venomous sting that make our glory a thiny M W Our Long Run correspondent sends us1 the above which he U found in an old scrap bookr T 3 LETTERSI TO THSUNU SayeNice Thin s About the Paper Bowling Green Ky June 29 1906 Mr J R Gore Springfield Ky Dear Mr GoreYour last issue of the SUN is here and is magnificent Thats the only word for it You are putting p the best fight Ive ever known a mo25 copies ofthis last jJaper June 27 together with your dill 7I dont wan them for nothing but I do need them in my business I shall send a copy x every county where we have a conte on With best wishes I am yours cor diallyC L Collins Dist Supt Louisville Ky July 2 1906 Dear Brother Editor Your issue of June 27th is a corker from a local options nd point andought to do great good The testimony from the hose rises men of Hodgenville vi11convinc anybody that wants to be that local option is a blessing to any community some dont want to be con vinced We Will use some or aLJof the matter soon with your permission giving The Sun credit of course The L Ni railroad has instructed its agents to refuse all shipments of liquor into local option territory whether intra state or inter state and the other roads in the state are preparing a sim liar order to its agents See the issue of July 1st for copy of L N orders We publish it with their permission and you are at liberty to use us as J authority ifyou have occasion to This action of the railroads furnishes th last nail for the coffins ofthe blind tiger tribe if the good people of any cpmmunity will only drive it in and per form the last obsequies There is n argument left for the saloon men Yours for battle THE KENTUCKY ISSUE By H E Cle ton The safe ii the postoffice at New byISEMIANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE = Peoples Deposit Bank BUSINESStJUNE 30 1906 RESOURCES Loans and Dis Overdrafts ountJL21817263jBanking House Cashon hands t other banks L 3124666 S25784947 jCapital1900000Undivided j Tax fund 50508 1873b560d J 1Grossmonths v 6815 72 Bal undivided pro I 1IPaid expenses ard 275120Paid 262703Paid 30500Balits 1038119922710 f GEO D ROBERTSON Pres L VicePresJ hier t j Qf Dry Goods Clothing j J v Shoes C fpetsEt 7 ROBERTSON FUTURE OF L i KENTUCKY Has Been yearsiIBy Decision Of Railroad Commission Owensboro Messenger The Owens boroshippers whostSrted the investi gation of railroad rates in Kentucky whiff led to the recent decision of the Kentucky Railroad Commission making a sweeping regulation of rates are generally satisfied with the finding of the commission J Ed Gunther the originator of the freight rates fight in Kentucky believes that the decision of the commission is a just one railroadsTre- lief which he and the other shippers who stood by him set about winning in the beginningL He says The cost of freight is a very considerable item in hisioodsinto consideration what the article ofTproducer north of the river had obtained better prices for his commodities intherstate north of the Ohio iver than in Ken tucky because the freight rates were ratesMnew life The future of the state of ced many Tdecision of the rail rdad commission The fixing of proper rates will do more toward promoting theen any This is true of the entire state Lou isville will be benefited on the local rotes but the benefits to Louisville toOwensboro because Louisville rain nearer having just rates to begin with Chamberlains Colic Cholera an Diarrhoea Remedy This is a perfectly reliable rriedicine for bowel complaints and one that has never been known to fail even in th most severe and dangerous cases Fo sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Base Ball The strong Bourne Bond bass half team ofLouisville met and defeated the home boys in two games at the High School park on Friday and Sat urday The first game was loosely played and lost by weak hitting SatIurdays dame however was hotly con tested and was lost only thro unfortunate and unavoidable errors The horn boys led until the ninth when a bale was knocked to centre field hi attempt jng to catch which Cpx fell and allowed what was a certain out to count for 3 bases two errors by Lucus ai first followed this allowed Louisville forge ahead 5 to 4 and Springfield in herr half after starting with a hit by Grim mins hit into a double play and a ame that should have been won was lost Fridays game Batteries for Louis Springfield ErronurLopisVtlle Moss 3 base hit Marks Struck out by Doerhoeffer 5 by Colvin 3 by Rob ISaturdtY8 game Batteries for Lou SpringltieldCohin 5 by Spf 73 base hits Cox Doefhbef fer 2 base hits Moss S 0 by OBan non 7 by Colvin 11 Errors by Louisville 2 by Springfield 7 Ben Medley is now at home arid wilt give strength to the team by his good work Joe Pettus the enterprising lumber man has begun the erection of a grand stand and the patrons of the gam a can now watchthe game from comfortable seats IIn the future the pickers those sports who line upon the Kings high way to watch the game and long about the third inning sneak through the fence willhaye tocough up their quarters orstay out as a hoard fence will be run along that side the grounds The Louisville Fetters one of the leading teams of the Falls City come for three games Thursday Fridayand ectedd l hoodoo that has so pitlessly pursued the locals so far this season will be conspicuous by his absence Peterson Crimmins Colvin and Moss playr t of Louisville i t iITt T4 i Reduced Prices At The Job LotStore Childrens three piece suits 99 centsIIiMens Suits 2OOCorduroy Pants 250 values f5OMens Pants 50 cents ShoesWeprices Nice line qf rugs at X1 SO I Trunks Valises EtcaGiBR03IN OPERA HOUSE BUILDING t j THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 S WLotal News Notes Mr B W Phillips of Lebanon sold his horse Black Jack one of the faa est in Marion county to Mr Leonard Baker of Springfield for 450 FOR SALE felue ingrain carpet in good condition MRS R F SUTTON Inquire SearcYi s r STRAYED From at Mack yule four WQe sago Monday a male Poland China and Berkshire hog Re ward H A HILTON Mackville Ky L GOOD CROWDS Judge I H Thur man and Hon Yf F Neikirk addressed large audiences bn the subject of local option at AntiOch Sunday afternoon and Tatham Springs Sunday night NOTICE CHICKEN RAISERS R 4 11 44 is sold under a postive guarantee by your local druggist to cure Boupe Choleraand Lhnberneck your mono will be refunded- EsTRAYAbout j the 15 of May twoj 2yearold steers dehorned and maiked with underbit in left ear strayed from my place near Ljtsey Anyone giving information pe liberally rewarded pd JOHN GRIGSBY The author of the dialogue Jack and Jill which was to have been printed in this Issue of The Sun has requested that we hold it for a whilat He desires to revise with a view of making it even stronger than it is LOsTThe main who found my pocketbook in the Walton Hotela few evenings ago will be rewarded if h e will return it to me Leonard Baker Important No teeAre your chickens sick R 41144 not only keeps them healthy bu makes them lay ask your druggist fOfit Price 50 cents at all drug stores Attention is called to the statement of the Farmers Bank of Mackville in this issue Than institution issues its usually strong statement The meeling Conducted at the Bap tist church by Dr W O Carver Louisville is bei g well attended the people are enjoying some excellent sermons by Dr Carver It Is seldom a town the size of Sjpringfi eld secures theinservices of such a preacher for a seri es of meetings l tjDepositof The Sun shoWs a gradual increase in its business The statement is stronger and shoiws better earnings yThemonths are more than 8 per cent The officials believe now with commodious and handsome neW quarters and ample resources the bankcan make greater advances and givfe even better service to its many patrqns The outlook for that institution is very promising to its stockholders and officers To MY CUSTOMERS I have decided m the future beginning with July 1 conduct my business on a strictly ca basis as the produce business is cas and the coal business ought to be an give you better results as a teas unable discount jrill be allowedon coal purchases thus the amount would pay my bookkeeper will be given to you I will dandle nothing but atrictly first clas coat and will sell it Just as close as I can to obtain areas unable profit When you give me an order the bill wi follow immediately for collection I iwant to thank you for your liberal patronage in the past and trust I may be able to serve you even better in the future Just rem ember my coal ij pure clean blocky and judging from the ad in this issue its plenty hot M H JONES SERIOUS SHOOT GCityMarshal Thos Sorter of aloomfield Vas sh in the right leg by a man named Hamix of Spencer county in attempting to arrest Hamix anil a companion at afternoonBethcreating a disturbance The marshal attempted to quietahem when they op ened fire upon himi with the above sta ted result At first it was thought that the wound would prove fatal but a telephone message from Dr Shehan this morning stated that he will recovI er The shooting is said to unprovoked and foj a while both Hamix and his companion were in danger of mob violence However the sheriff succeeded in dispelling the angry crowd and at once left for Bardstown where both men were placed in jail = Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out IPain CROWN WORKA SPECIALTY All Dental W rk Strictly First class Springfield Ky OfQce In Hag onSlock up stairs SUPPL MENT = We are J ndingout a supplement with this issue of The Su nowhich we believe will be appreciated our readers It will be a regularly at1t Company w ich is rQ running in the supplement has oil had three previous installments Rea the synopsis and you willcatch the drift of the story FIRST NATIONAL Attention is called to the statement of the First National Bank to be found elsewhere in this pa per The stockholders are to be congratulated on the splendid showing of tlepast six months business Th bank pays its usual 4 per cent dividend and an extra dividend of 1 percent Its 25000 surplus its substantial divided profit account and large cash resources indicate the bank to very e in healthy condition t DEATHS YDirs Daisy Shaiinty Mudd a much loved and honored woman of Preder icktown d edat her home at that place last Friday and the body Was injterred at St Rose the following She was the sister of Drs George and J JAnnext week 1 V Mrs Ernest Moberly died at the home of her father here this morning 5 clockof consumption Inter Cfhplic The following from the LaRue Coun ty andInew som are few persons in Springfield who know of another occurrence just like It to a t Y t t While Squire Waters of Grayson county who is here visiting his son Sam was asleep last Saturday night a rat carried false teeth which he had removed before he retired and onlv by a streak of the sheerest milofImg mornmg oc to Squi e and Sam that a r might have ca tied them away an acting upon the lOnthey saw a piece of the flooring of the room which they were sleeping arid sure enough there lay the teeth carried un der ttoe floor by a rat as they had con jectured Just why the rat carried away when it had rib use f they were unable to understand teeth when recovered were so nib essarltoThe Springfield story is as follows lady here in town who has had quite a number of years a well developed set of false teeth was splhdjng the night with a friend Upon retiring she placed the upper tee on a chair by the bed but when s arose in the morning presto the teeth were gone They could not be found high nor low Much to the soon ladys dislike sh6 was compelled toj call ersIt fricndreIhhad a severe headache She h tenedy homemouth closed tightly smiles Perishedtonguecleaving to t mustIher be home a young fellow here in town hailed the driver He stopped The young fellow advanced and began a of silly talk Our young lady fries bowed and shook and node signs B this wouldn work Thaty fellow kn somethin was wrong and he was going to find out He told her a funny story about another girl and she asked him how it happened Then it was that He saw something missingand tha how the story got outs The false teeth were found a days later out in the barn in a rat n ista a were rge and heavy TO HOT FOR THE DEVIL Thats what weve heard is the rUm- or in the regions below Its owing to their using A CARGO OF COAL V like were serving to the For a quick sire or next winters furnace youll be mighty thankful for our coal Its just as cheap as others and heat cant be beat AskjcNick knows Let us book your order MH JONES 0000000000000 0 I Personal Notes f IVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Weeksd ntt0Mr Marshall Duncan has returned home after a visit m Virginia Miss Bettie Irvin is visiting friends in Danville this weekI Bardstownespent Friday here Miss Willie Knott is in Louisyille this week Tathamaweek Mrs SE Clements and son har- ley of Lebanon attended the funeral of Mr Joe Thompson Mrs Charley McWhorter and Miss Mattie Goatley visited Mrs George Hoskins of Campbellsville Miss Mary Brown left last week Louisville where she has accepted- a position with Helen Bruce IMr and Mrs John Clements of Lebanon spent Monday with relatives here Mr Charley Cooper of Louisville is visiting friends at this place Mr J H McClure is in Greens burg this week Misses Winnie Rose and Mary Mackin of Lebanon spent a few days with Miss Margarite Hagari Miss pe rl Claybrooke is the guest of her sister Mrs John Off tt of Bloomfield Mr John Shader is at home for a few days isaguest die Mr Leon Allen has returned home from Crab Orchard where hd has been LiMiss Mary Ceta Peak of Louisville is the guest of Miss Evaline Roy alty CrescentsMedley severaldf Mr Ben Medley of Owensboroji is spending his vacation with his parents here orMiss Milburn Ouerbacker of Louisville is visiting Miss Margarite Mc Chord i Mr L 0 McCarty who has been seveAto in Campbellsburg Miss Bertha Haydon is the guest of Miss Catherine S aiding of Lebanon ofheTeresa Hagan last week Louisvillegat homeo Mrs Teresa Hagan last week Misses Jennie McCabe and Myrtle fiuesdayhespent Sunday there heMrs MarY K Hughes and daugh ter Mrs James A Allen of Bloom field Mrs W W Ray of Lebanon and Mrs Mike Powell of Oklahoma visited relatives here Monday yISpringslvf StMarysvisitedi Mr Luther Burns condition is im recoverty are growing brighter v improvemotpetted Mr Evan Rogers condition is imr proved and Ihe probabilities are that be will be out soon Dr George Shaunty of Louisville was called here by the death of his si ter Mrs Rut Mudd t Miss JMargarite Shader has returned home after a visit in Louisville Miss Stella Simms is visiting rela tives and friends in Louisville =Miss Margarite Green of Louis ville is visiting her grandmother Mrs J A Shader u Mrs W vi Ray of Lebanon is visiting friends here Misses Milburn Ouerbacker and Annie JRowell of Louisville are visit ing Miss Margarita McChordi Miss Myrt Campbell spent severa days in Louisville last week Mrs J R Smith left Monday for Chicago ill where she wily visit her son Edwin Mrs B D Lake entertained atf ofrCallwere isles ate and Annie Mayes Lizzie Bachman Mi nervy Browna l N i i tii i ii 4s SSSSSSSSOiS i SPECIM PRICES s ON CARPETS WALL PAPER and LACE CURTAINS r We are overstocked on Axminister Velvet and Brussels Carpets and Art Squares and will make the lowest prices ever made on these goods Great Clothing Sale For one- Month LACE CURTAINS t We have a large stock of Lace Curtains and in addition have just bought 105 pair to be delivered at once in Nottinghan Cable Cord Net etc and will be soldat half the regular price Dont fail to inspect these curtains when we put them on sale Mrs T C Campbell and children are spending a few days with her par ents Mr and Mrs Steve Thompson bf Lebanon Miss Kate C Mayes has returned home after a few days stay with her sister Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon Miss Lucie Selecmani entertained a few of her friends at 4 five cqurse dinner Thursday evening Those present were Mrs James Cheschier andr Misses Lydia McElroy Lydia Sadie Mayes Annie Latimer and Matitie Robertson Mrs Margaret Bettis entertained JamestCheschier of Ft Scott Kan Those present were Mesdames Jame Ches Wharton Matti Robertson add Hadgie Brown 4lMrs Shrager wife of Mr Aron Shrag er one of the proprietors of arrivedxin a days ago make this place her home Mrs Shra ger left Novogrod Wolerisch Russia June 3 arriving in America on the 19 She is delightedwith this country and we are informed by Mr Shrager that shis wife says she would not live in Russia again for any amount Mrs Shrager left a father and mother and several brothers and sisters in Russia Our stock of Clothing is complete in eluding the newest things in Gray 3 piece suits and Blue and Gray coat and pants suits also a full stock of Youths and Chil drens suits Frthe next monthwe will make especially low prices on this entire stock Wall PaperJ t Our stock of Wall Paper is too large for offeringiti 25c Papert8c12o-c I14 iocJI2 ioc u 6 i27 T JL 5c If you need paper now is your oppor tunity to buy cheaper than ever before DRY GOODS ETC t We also wish to call your attention to our immense stock of Dry Goods Furnish ing Goods Siloes etc that we are offering n at lower prices than can be bought elsewhere Call and sbe us before making your purchase tr Cunningham Duncan tl TIIC and aside from these and a few friendsI she has no interest in that country The Chautauqua Lebanop Enterprise Under the most favorable conditions the first annual assembly of the Central Kentucky Chau tauqua Association was begun atLearig the former home place of exGo J Proctor Knott Tuesday evening When the President of the association stepped upon the platform n the large assembly tent to deliver the opening address there was a big crowd present and each day and evening since the crowd has increaSed in size l Thegrounds are splendidly suited for beenIi many All of the various tents are convenient 1tricitybeen stretched from tree to tree about the grounds making the place an unusually pretty one in the evenings The water supply is furnished from the city system a pipe line having peen laid to the grounds from the city mains Notwithstanding the fact that the as sociation was a little IIhasIn country I The Latest Style Hats For Boys We have just recieved- a IotQrtlieman they go ofour stock at cost cash Just received a line of new Belts and Fans andmany other goyinHO GOODS CHARGED ROBERTSON BROTHERS Our Drinks Are Better Than OthersJ A COLD BOTTLE Of REFRESHING DELICIOUS Sbz 0 Kola F Will give you that sweet refreshing cooling sensation of craving thirst satisfied Theres a sparkling glass fulhof satisfaction in every bottle we putup J CARBONATED C BRICKEN BROS CO Inc r ereINs l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1906 li I fi 4ZiS4wf4 N ia i f P 4i ir n l u JIr ftS1 l it 1 BevFIy oflJ t l i lj 1 6raU stark 7 S4 jIr2 i I I tfpIhSN fra U 0 W rw 1i jAit Will It suffice if I say that I am an unfortunate friend and advocate of Prince Dantn I have risked every thing for his sake IUidI fear I have kmg erythlng I have failed to be of service to him but through nofault of nine Fate has been against me You are ChrlstobaH cried Dagmar eagerly He gave her a startled glance but offered no denIal Beverlys face was a study If the were Chrlstobal thn what of the game wardens daughter We shall question you no further said Yetlve You enlisted to serve Mice Calhoun It is for her to com Bsand ypu while you are here May God be with you to the end Miss Cal 4 JadBB will you tell him what his du = ties are for tonight Come my dear YetlvW and Dagmar walked slowly from Ute roopo leaving Beverly and fcer guard alone I am at your service Miss Calhoun fee Mid easily His apparent Jndlffer eee stung her Into revolt 4 Hi was a fool last night she said ab f pCfeel from the beginning You shall not blame yourself for I do not blame you It las been a sweet comedy a summer pastime Forget what I may have said to you last night forget what my eyes say have said for weeks and weeks HI shall never forget she said iYot deserve the beat in the world Would that I could JIve it to you You have braved many dangers for my sake I jball not forget Do you knowjthat we w rewatcEe4 lasTnlghtr Watched he cried Incredulously Oh fool that I am I might have known And I have subjected you toto dont tell me that harsh things have been Mid to you Miss Calhoun He was deeply cHsturbed General Mirlanx saw you He has threatened mt Baldos ill will tylml What do J care for the consequences He shall pay dearly tat Stop Where are you going YouJ are to remain here sir and take your commands froft me I dont want yout to kill him Theyd hang you or some thing Just as ibad Hes going to be punished never fear Baldos smiled In spite of his dismay It was ImposI lbte to face this confident champion In petticoats without catching her enthusiasm Whut baTe you donE withE with that rose she asked suddenly Pushing and diffident Her eyes glis fItsaid bravely I think Ill command you to return it to men vaguely A command to be disobeyed It is In exchange for my feather he smiled confidently Well of course if you are going to be mean about Now let me see she said confusedly what are your duties for tonight Y0u are to stand guard In the corridor Once in awhile you will go out upon the balcony and take atlook You see I am afraid of some t one Oh BaldoS whats the use of my T trifling like this You are to escape from Edelweiss tonight That Is the whole plan the whole idea in a nut shell Dont look like that Dont you want to go Now she was trembling with excitement do not want to leave you he cried eagerly ieIt would be cowardly Marlanx would understand that you gave aid and sanction Yoa would beIleft to face the charges he would make Dont you see Beverly Yqu would beIimplicated yOu would be accusedj Why did you not let me kill him NoI J will not go Neither noticed the same by whit he had called her But I Insist she cried weakly You must go from mej rIcommand you 0IUIs it becaus you want to drive me out of your lIt forever he demanded sudden understanding coming to him Dont put It that way she mur mured Is it because you care for me thatJ you want me to go he insisted drawJ ing near Is lt because you fear the love I bear for you StopRemembermust tot go on with it Baldos Dont come a step nearer Do go tonight It is for the best I have been awfully wicked in lettirig it run on as it has Forgive me please forgive me she pleaded He drew back pale and hurt A great dignity settled upon his face His dark eyes crushed her with their quiet scorn I understand Miss Calhoun TheI t play is over You will find the luckless vagabond a gentleman after all You ask me to desert the cause I serve That Is enough I shall go toilfgbtIThe girl was near to It not been for the persistent fear that her proud old might suffer from her willfulness sbe would hnveJhfown town the barrieti and everything In tVe choice er heart was crying oi hungrily lot1 the love of this tall sayaieriooft aokJlerot fortuneIIt to bestabe murmured finally Later pa he wai to know the meaning t the peculiar smile be gave her I fb because you dismiss me not tecane 1 tear Ian enemy jf jou i orI jfr6fORGE 8ARR P j i MrUTrHON it AutJutr1HGnuwk lit lit i v ferrtYt Il01 tNL hted IN c J J Js lf J j achoose to remember me at1i1I be jus enough to believe that I am not a shameless coward You are brave and true and good and I am a mlseral le deceitful wretch she lamented Y ou will seek Ravone and the others des they are my friends love my poverty And now may please your highness when am I to go forth and In wjfat garb I should longer wear the honest uniform of Graustarkjjuord Leave to me Everything shall be arranged You will be discreet one is to know that I am your Rest assured Miss Calhoun I have close mouth And he smiled contemptuously I agree with yousaldshe regret tully You know how to hold your tongue He laughed harshly I For once in a way will you answer a ques tion I will not promise you are Dantans 1riendthat he IIto marry daughter of Lie Duke Of Matz lolandn f It has been o rted Is she beautiful Yes exceedingly But is he to marry her she Insisted she knew not why Hjflv should I know your highness If you cajl me your highness again Ill despise you she flared jmlserably Another question Is it true that the young Duke Christobal fled because his father objected to his marriage with a game wardens daughter I hav never heard so with a touch of hauteur Does he know that the girl is dead she asked cruelly Baldos did not an swer for a long time He stared at her steadily his eyes expressing no emotion from which she could Judge him I think he is Ignorant of that ca- lamIty Miss Calhoun be said With your permission I shall withdraw is nothing to be gained by de lay It was such a palpable affront she shrank within herself and could have cried Without answering she walked un headily to the window and looked out Into the night A mist came Into her ryes For many minute she remained there striving to regain control of her emotions All this time she knew the he was standing Just where she ha left him like a statue awaiting her command At last she fdced him reso i IS You will repelve Instructions as to your duties here e at thestairs When you hear the bad clock strike the hour of 2 in the morn- Ing go Into the chapel but do not let anyone see you or suspe t You know where it Is The door will be un locked Am I not to see you again he ask ed and she did not think him properly depressedYes she answered after a pause seemed like an eternity and he went quietly silently away CHAPTER XXIV Baldos was standing IWIH1LE In the long lofty hall the Iron Count was bus the machinations which were calculated to result In a startling upheaval with the break of a new day He prepared and swore to the charges preferred against Baldos They were dispatched to the princess for her perusal In the morning Then he set about preparing the yllest accusations against Beverly Calhoun In his own handwriting and over his own signa tore he charged tier with complicity i the betrayal 01 Graustnrk influence by the desires of the lover who mas queraded as her protege At sow length he dwel upon the well laid plot of the spy and is accomplice He told of their secret eetings their outrages against the dfimlty of the pourttin their unmistal able animosity towar Graustak Fr each and every In his vicious Indictment against th girl he profe sed to have absolut- proof by meihs of more than one reputable witness It was not the design of Marlanx to present this document to the prince and her cabinet He knew full well that it would meet the fate It deserved It was Intended loathe eyes of Bever Calhoun alone By means of the vil accusations false though they were h hoped to terrorize her into submlBsloi He longed to possess this lithe beaut ful creature from over the sea Inn his life he had not hungered for any Wing as he now craved Beverly Cal hour He saw that his position in the army was rendered Insecure by the events of the last d8yA bold vicious stroke was hrs only means for the prize he longed for more than h longed for honor and fame Ilefitlesfl and enraged consumed b Jealousy and fear he hung about the castle grounds long after he had drawn the diabolical charges He knew that Baldos was Inside the castle favored while he a noble of the realm was relegated to ignominy and the promise of degradation Encamped outside the city walls the army lay without a leader Each hour saw the numbers augmented by the arrival of reserves from the dlstrictf of the principality His place was out there with the staff yet he could not drag himself away from the harmed circle In which his prey was sleeping Morose and grim he anxiously paced to and fro In an obscure co ner of the grounds What keeps the scoundrel he said to himself angrily Presently a villainous looking man dressed in the uniform of the guards stealthily apprbached I missed him general but I will get him the next time growled the man Curse you for a tooln hissed Mar lank through his teeth As another hireling came upuWhat have you got to say The man reported that Baldos had evitMarlaiix ground his teeth and his blood stormed his reason The Job yourlustructlpnsbut If necessary kill him You know your fate If you fail Marlanx actual nishtm Now be oil castleamoon glow over the mass of stone outlined against the western sky For an hour he glowered In the shade 1of the trees Riving but slight heed to the guards who passed from time to time His balconyAtcame from the door at the end of the balcony paced the full length In the moonlight paused for a moment near Beverly Calhouns window and then disappeared through the same door tt1 egressinside clock at the end of the ball melodiously boomed the hour of 2 Dead quiet followed the soft echoes of the gong A tall toiYetivesThere was a streak of moonlight through the clear window at the far end of the room Baldos his heart beating rapidly stood still for a mo ment awaiting the next move In the game The ghostlike figure pf a wom an suddenly stood before him in the path of the moonbeam a hooded figure in dark robes He started as If confronted by the supernatural Come came In anagitated whis per and he stepped to the side of the phantom She turned and the moon light fell upon the face of Beverly Cal houn Dont speak Follow me as quickly as you can He grasped her arm bringing her to a standstill I have changed my mind he whis pered In her ear Do you think I will run away and leave you to shoulder the blame for all this On the ijalcony near your window an hour ago It doesnt make any difference she argued You have to go I want you to go If you knew Just how I feel toward you you would go without a murmur You mean that you hate me he groaned Baydwho you are Come we cant delay a minute I have a key to the gate at the other end of the passage and I know 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of who have packed the large theatre at every performance whereever she appeared have stared at them in onder recognizing not only their perfect adaptation to the part presented but also how much of gentthereHER GENIUS FOR SIGN displayedthis of the woman as other of the countless devils which go to make her the public idol of all lands Even thoseI spokelanguage ll n able to comprehend that of the silk satin and lack facing them over U hasdcmonsmay be superior inclines and construction to the flimsy models sent over each year from Paris for our slavish following Street clothes of course demand a certain amount of conven tioflallty In of der not to make theIwearer conspicuous but since the respectiveof costumes hate declared their intention of taking Indoor styles more seriously HER EXAMPLE FOLLOWED For women whose incomes ad expen1tureered wonderfully smart to furnish their own dressmakers and tailors with watercolor sketches of models speci ally drawn for them by famous artists these sketches being used solely for heir own particular gowns With thp stage for a precedent these fashionable lames have oimd it convenient to idopt its methods For those who can lOt Indulge in this fad theatergoing In Ballroom enjoymenttoLions are curiously interesting from the point ofvlew that serve as an ad vance courier of what may be accom pUshed by women lto effe t the hour glass figurq as that demanded by fash ion purveyors Her carriage is lofty her chest Is high her waitlino ample and her head well poised qulte the reverse you observe from the r figure usually attributed to Frenchwomen But bow unfettered is Bern bowsplendiher d has mastered so absolutely the art otI dressing well that once clothed she i utterly oblivious of her adornments A UNIQUE Novel indeed is ofIall Mme Bernhardts gowns and all her frocks are set ui on classical lines eltbbelower on her abdomen preferably the latt style as it gives lr body that hygi enic poise which every womans better nature knows toe its proper setting for prolonged activity To demonstrate how Mme Bern audacEl s it is well to say that sit e had specially designed a cuirass over which she has her maid wind yards of 11sott ribbon which Is finally tied in front with an ornamental bow and ion streamer ends This style is especial adapted to her as it makes her apps taller a point well worthy of swatnh fenare h pers of cloth of gold dThescene in Magda is worthy of study is a sllver encrusted lace creation over blue set up with wi uishoulders and a swathing of pale bl ribbon ending in large rosettes withJstole ends in front A unlq but char acter lending touch is a miniature Er plre stolemerely a patted line of priceless sable which gives the free in Its Empire draping the much nee ed long straight lines from neck hem The sleeves too which are la 1indivision made visible only by the art fists gestures a subtle touch but very pleasing COSTUMES WORN IN CAITLhE Ravishing indeed are her Camille dresses The first mystery is in sil ver strewn gauze wrought with a late taco work of pink ribbon embroidery near the flare at the foot this out work of art being fashioned over le tuce green satin souple The hip swathing and stole ends are in the same tone and she wears with extraf 1lclusters of blush ro es Another of the Camille froqks re veals the French dressmakers power of detail The lustrous white satin with raised embroidery variegated pink flowers1 with foliagethe corsage resplendent with well set gems Another change to which she tee itsthe gordsemi fitting princess is this model t lace ecked with reddish gold flgur seemingly woven into the texture P pink is the foundation as is also the hip lining HER ANGELO COSTUME In AngeloV Mme Bernhardts dress an Italian s costume is fashioned from gorgeous gpld brocade It is set up shortwaisted halffitted I MADAME SARAn BEUNHAUDT Costume Worn in Her Fatuous Cnmlllo Scene INNOVATION bodice lines with the long sweeping folds of tile skirt attached The mater falls so draped as to present an unbro ken straight front from the tuckpr decorated corsage to the foot no Beautifully adjusted leg of mu tpn sleeves of gold brocade meet fitted f arm coverings of cloth of gold the ter extending in shaped circular flare well drawn down over the knuckles ending jt t a touch of aching to soften they effect A classic drapery of jrobollh crepe deftly touched with iembrat- e of deeper tone accentuates the beauty of the ensemble This qloalc hangs In- long straight lines over the gown be- Ing but loosely cast ht together at the sides with tapestry blue cords and tas sels With this Is worn a dog tolls of pearls Other feminine accessories quite out of the ordinary are the jewelstud- n ded clothofRold chatelaine bag suspended andtin festoons over the cores e JULY SECOND THE DAY GOVERNMENT t HISTORIAN SAYS REAL INDEPENDENCE IS HOT THE FOURTH Colonies Made Declaration Against HisYIf SecondnAccording to the opinions of the theitthose of the present time have been taught Incorrectly as to the proper Independence day of the nation No one seems to develop such excitable thehunattractive would it seem if we were to state that fireeyet according to Mr William ofldependence Day is the second of July childhoodd witceh lessrInstrumentythat date on whose anniversary thegreat father of democracy died But hehnssame roof which shelters the sacred archrivesINDEPENDENCE ON JULY 2 The independence of the United was declared by resolution on 2d of July and the adoption of the of Declaration on the 4th of July M Mrichaelmore importance was not attached to the 2d of July in connection with the Declaration of Independence The res beny Richard Henry was passed on that day July 2 1776 This was really the vital point crucial Juncture hlchehad reproduced ir fac lionheeclaringQ9 andaleought to be free and ado pendent states that they are abs lved from all allegiance to the Br tlsh Grown and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain is and ought to be dissolved SIGNED AUGUST 2 Concerning the actual date of the Declarations signing Mr Michael untJexcept Mr Dickinson signed the Dec laration in the evening of the Fourth of July The journal shows tha no one signed it that evening except Mr Hancock and Mr Thomson The journal entry Is Signed John Han cock President Attest Charles Thorn son Secretary On Au a- t24he Declaration as engrossed under the jorrter of Congress was signed by allof the members of Congress pros nt 1 What really did happen on July 4 of t at yearof years was the final- adoption of a draft of the form of announcing the tact to the world that independence had been decree- two days before Jefferson had wri ten this draft In his Philadelphia agar ments consistIng ota 1UUUJ1UI nlsh d parlor and bedroom in the new brick house of Hyman Gratz at the southwest corner of 7th and Market streo s on the outskirts of the city tt The Tenn National Bank now occup ing the site of this dwelling Is in t very PhJladelphlaWHITTEN But thp original Declaration wh1 all pilgrims to Washington fprmer gazed upon in awe and reverence was not ordered written for more than two weeks after that long but unjustly hallowed July 4 On JuIy 19 Congress ordered that the Declaration be fairly engrossed on parchment that the same when engrossed signed by every member of Congress Some time within the next two weeks the beautiful pen work which thousands of Americans have since mar velcd at and admired was executed upon the grqat strip of sheepskin now locked away in the Department of State at Washington- On August 2 177G just a month after the real stroke of this great sheepskin was unrolled the presence of the Continental Congress In Independence Hall with the wording of the corrected draft It w carefully compared at the table This formality gone through with it was spread out upon a desk and signed by all of the members of Con gress present Fifty of these fathers daytelatesBabout August 27 RIChard Henry Lee Virginia Eldrldge Gerry Mhssachu Conttecticudoryp tember Matthy Thornton of New Hampshire did not add his name until November and Thomns McKeafi f Delaware probably did not affix his the final signature until fire years laleror 1781 Matthew Thornton by the wav was not appointed to don press until September and did n take his seat until November four months after the adoption of the Dee Inratlori Other signers who we not members of Congress on July 2 or 4 were allowed to sign on August 2 the general signing day These were Benjamin Rush James Wilson andGeorger JULY FOURTH The Day of Days Among Uncle Sams Sailor Boys Uncle Sam makes the Fourth of sailorsthanIthe greatest day for relaxation and yearTheestablished the custom andlt has been invllateIwho have succeeded them thJackiehis life is in some respects a hard ofamily lifpe believethat g holidays as possible To make Independence Day the big gest day of all is to give the day a special significance which cannot fall in some degree at least to carry Its lesson of patriotic duty to those who serve the republic on the seas Hence commodores and captains always plan to remain Iris port on July 4v Then after dressing ship firing the national sal patriotic services the day Is given tt the men to enjoy as they see fit IsportsFourth o14 July are Qf a varied char INDEPENDENCE HALL Jtable extent by the great outdoor movie ment that has converted Independence Day into the greatest sporting carni val of the year The Navy Department has wisely encouraged this tendency and where an Open field is available th pieceY de resistance is a baseball sometimes between rival nines picke from members of the same ship oftener between learns representing erttromly squadrons who happen to be in ren dezvous near each other Then ther are track and field events The fleetfooted wearers of the blue six w how fast they can doebeIs not clear for even bad they th instinct to flee and get over ground faster than a Duffy it would do them no good at the moment when the prow of the ship was heading for a moist trip to Davy Jones Locker However they run and throw weights jump an pole vault If no athletic field is available then toaquallcnIn extreme cases where it is not post slblo to get ashore or the water con nspthe Jackles test their prowess at box dancing and singinghon for such extra delicacies as trans forms the regular neal Into a banquet and Mr Jackie crawls into his ham feelingd f after all and that he ls glad to b able to pass Uin Uncle Sams service 77nec Hair fire Strongest Black hair Is stronger than golden tresses and will sustain almost double the weight Recently a scientist foundt by experiment that Uls p susnenrt a weight of four ounces by single hall provided the hair be black weightfg low hatrwlll scarce support two ounces a brown will hold uo three withou- e breaking whileone of a very brown will sustain an additional ounce J rttjri U z1O lvCopyrtBhted4 mono uuyan u yiVYw WJ At early dawn the country Inn was alTallve The archer was as merry as a prig and having kissed the matron and chased the maid up the ladder once more he went out to brook and came back with the water dripping from his race and hair thisfmorning To Minstead My brother Simonb Edrlcson is socman there and I bide with him for a while The archer and Hordle John placed a hand upon either shoulder and led the boy off to the board where some smoking fish q dish of spinach and a breakfast jug of milk were laid out for theirfi I should not he surprised to learn mon camarade said the soldier as he heaped a slice of the fish upon Alleynes trancholr of bread that you could read written things c sou pines i 31 nsjinuaa J Bjaqjoaq uaaq axuq I Tjqi i3uias pojaMSUU aq uIt would be shame to the good their clerk this ten years The bowman looked at him with respect Think of that said And you with hot a hair to your and a skin like a girl I can shdot three hundred and fifty paces suATwith my little popper there and four hundred and twenty with the great warbow yet I can make nothing of this nor read my own name Why It is written in the French tongue said Alleyne and in a right clerkly hand This is how it runs in our speech To the very powersuand very honorable knight veer y r chatdchateau and vassal to the renowned Gaston Count of Folx who holds the flandLook at that now cried the bowman in triumph That is Just what ho would have said You come with me mon gros Jean and as to you youjdUrneedTo MJnstead forestcounts rv yoeo whyAs the old church which stood upon a mound at the left hand side of the village street the door was flung open and a stream ot jyor patdh a Alleyne bent knee and doffed hat at the sight of the open door but ere he had finished an Ave his comrades were put of sight round the curve of the and he had to run to overtake uWhnU he said not one word of before Gods own open house o n uptheMy friend said Hordle John ave prayed so much during the lasttwo months not only during the day but at matins lauds and the like when I could scarce keep my hen upon my shoulders for nodding that eel that I have somewhat overprayed myself muchere n cried Alleyne earnestly ItIs the ohe thing that availeth A man is but s beast as he lives from day to day eating and drinking breathing and sleeping It Is only when I raises and en ems himself ith the immortal spirit within him hat he becomes In very truth a ma wonashould be spilled to no purnosp en btuHkerah s e e titany one so keak and so unworthy na T should try fineits nets at ena or wee Jnstallment Prettily said mon garcOn nedeemerItIn France read to us from a scroll the Whole truth of the matter The soldiers came upon Him In the Garden HIMDaYhaveboongreat account as menatarms iThere was one indeed Sir Peter who smote like a true man but unless he Is elied he did but clip a varlets car Which was no very deed By these ten flngerbones had I been there with Black Simon of Norwich and but one score of picked men of the Company we brit held them In play ould we do no more we had at least lled the false knight Sir Judas so j full of English arrows that he would curse the day that ever he came on such an errand iiompanionswished help he said He could have summoned legions of archangles from heaven so what need had He of your poor bow and arrow Besides bethink a you of His own words that those who live by the sword shall perish by thfi sword Now youngster let things be plat LhoYou saw the things I had with me at yonder hostel name which you will save the box of rosecolored sugar Ifwhich I take to the Lady Lorinr and shall have them if you will butcome with me to France Nay said Alleyne I would gladly come with ye to France or where elsejye wllJ just to list to your talk and because ire are the only two friend II that I hfiVe in the whole wide worldyoutside of the cloisters but may not be for my duty is toward my brother seeing that father and mother are dead and he my elder Bellies when ye talk of taking me to France ye do not conceive hoW useless I rbyfor the Wars and there seems to be nCl partsBethinkquoth Aylward that you might do arethreeand none who has ever a word of Vlrglnkpowsmen who were In more need of itSickerly the one duty may balance the other Your brother hath done with out you this many a year and ae I gather he hath never walked as far as Beaulieu to see you during all that time so he cannot be In any great need of you Besides said John the Socman of Minstead is a byword forest from Bramshaw Hill to HolmeeJley Walk He Is a drunken brawling perilous churl as you may find to your costThe more reason that I should strive to mend him quoth Alleyne There is no need to urge me friends fqr my own wishes would draw me to France and It would be a joy to me Quid I go with you But Indeed and indeed it cannot be so here I take jamongstrely be the church of Minstead and throughtheWell God be with thee lad criedIthe archer pressing Alleyne to his quicktopart Yet It may be as well that YouIshduld know whither we go We sh llIJourney south through the woods ntil we come put upon the Christ hopingtonightcilliam Montacute Earl of Salisbury of which Sir Niger Loring is constable There we shall bide and it Is like enough that for a month or more you readyforIt was hard indeed for Alleyne to break away from these two new but hearty friends and so strong was the combat between his conscience and histlookroundaway from him The path which the youngclerk had leIwhere the giant boles bf oak and ot- beech formed long aisles in every di hugeobranchesof Natures own cathedral It was very still there in the heart of the woodlands The gentle rustle of the branches and the distant cooing oC pigeons were the only sounds which broke in upon the silence save that once Alleyne heard afar off a merry call upon a hunting bugle and theishrill yapping of the hounds e pushed on the quicker twirling hisIstaff merrily and looking out at every turn of the th for some sign ot the old Saxon residence He was suddenly arrested however by the appearance ota wildlooking fellow armed with aclub who sprang out from behind atree and barred his passage He was capIleather breeches and galligaskins round his legs and feetHStand he shouted raising his heavy cudgel to enforce the order Who are you who walks freely through the wood 1 Whither Would you jo and what Is your Why should T answer your goestlions my friend said Alleyne stand inp on his guard cavetdNought of any prick How cant tell that clerk t Ceefeifc et Not V 1 Fool i could putt you limb from limb tike a pullet Wo stotte scrip and life too 4rt ik Z will part withi nUher witlwtfc a fight A fight quotha T A fight betwljct I v spurred Cock and newhat hed chicken Thy fighting days may soon be over IH dst me In the name o charity I would have given freely cried Alleyne As It stands not one Carthhrg shall tyou have with my free will 3ind wheqI sefmy brother the Socman of Ml raise hue and cry from i to vlll from hundred to hundred u Ul you are taken as a common robber and a scourge to the country The outlaw sank his club The Nowtthat hand withered and tongue was palsied ere I lad struck or miscalled you If you ate the Socmans brother you are one 01 the right side I war rant for ally r clerkly dressI Alleynerwhy you shoiild molest me on the kings ground hI give not the pip of an apple for king or for noble cried the serf passionately jIU have I had from them and ill I repay them I am a good friend to my friends and by the an evil foeman to my foes And therefore the worst bf foeman to Alleyne But I pray you since you seem to knaw him to 1point out to me the shortest path to my brothers house He was following the track his min givings incrfra lng with every step which took him nearer to that home Which he had never seen When of a sudden the trees began to thin and the sward to spreat out Into abroad green low where fives cows lay In the sun shine ahd droves of black swine wan dered uncheck d A brown forest stream swirled own the centre of this flungracross I and on the other was a j second field sloping up to a long low lying wooden h use with thatched roof and open squares for windows Al leyne gazed across at It with flushed cheeks and sparklibg eyesrfor this he knew inu9 be the home of his fathers Alleyne was roused however from his pleasant by the sound of voices and two people emerged from the forest some little way to his right and moved across the field In the di- r rection of the bridge The one was n man with yell w flowJJfg beard and very long hair of the same tint droop Ing over his shoulders By his side walked a woman and slight and dark with lithe graceful figure and clearcut cmp0scd features Her Jet r ivu u utL black hair was gathered back under a I light pink ibif her head poised proudly 4 upon her neck and her step long and springy like that of some wild tireless Woodland creature Alleyne stood in the shadow of an yak staring at her with parted lips far this woman t seemed to him to be the most beauti ful and graceful creature that mind could conceive of Such had he imag ined the angels but here there was something human which sent a tingle and thrill through his nerves such as no dream of radiant and stainless spirit had ever yet been able to conjure upThe two walked swiftly across the meadow to the narrow bridge he i front and she I pace or two behind There they pausedand stood for a few minutes face to face talkin earnestly Alleyne had read and heard of love d of lovers Such were- thesedoubUessthlftt goldenbearded man and the tall damsel with the col proud facd Why else should the wander together in the woods or be soI lost in talk by rustic streams And yet as he watched uncertain whethe- to advance from the cover or to chcnfee some otter path to the house he soo came to doubt the truth of his con jecture The man stood tall an square blocking the entrance to th bridge and throwing out his hands as he spoke in a wild eager fashion while the deep tones of his storm voice rose at times Into accents of menace and of anger She stood fear lessly in front of him but twice she threw a swift questioning glance over her shoulder as of one who is in search of aid So moved was the young clerk by these mute appeals that he came forth from the trees and crossed the meadow uncertain what to do and yet loath to hold back from ane who might need his aid So Intent were they upon each other that neither took note of his approach until whet ho was close upon them the man thre his arm roughly round the damsel- waist and dre y her toward him she straining her Uthesupple figure away and striking fiercely at him The maid howeveif had but little chance against her assailant who laughln loudly in one hand While he drew per toward him with the I otherThe J best rose has ever the longest Ihjprns said he Quiet little one or oumay do yourself n hurt Must pa Saxon toll on Saxon land my prou jMaude for all your airs and graces You boor1 she hissed You base underbred clod Is this your care and your hospllall y I would rather wed a branded serf from my fathersfleld I eave go sayAh good yout Heaven has sent you Make him loose Vme By t eihonor of your mother I J ray you tp Stand by me and to make this knave loose me t Stand by you I will and that Blithely said Alleyne Surely sin you should shame to hold the damsel again will fTjSe man fake a face upon him w h was II in its strength and dii its wrath With his tangle rt 1 golden hair his fierce blue eyes and hgfleyne hadever seen and yet there was something so sinister and so fell in his expression that child or beast might well have shrunk from him His brows were drawn his chcok flushed arid there was a mad sparkle in his eyes which spoke of a wild untamable nature Young fool he cried holdl g the woman still to his side though tevery line Qf her shrinking figure spo e her abhorrence 1 redo you to go o your way lest worse befall you little wench has come with me and with me she shall bide HLlarl cried the woman and stoop ng her head she suddenly bit fiercely Into the broad brown hand which held her He whipped It back with an oath while she tore herself free and slipped behind Alleyne cowering up against him Stand oft xny land It the man said fiercely heedless Qf the bloojl which trickled freely from his fingers What have you to do here BY your dress you should be one of those cursed clerks who overrun the land like vile rats poking and prying into other mens concerns too caitiff to ht and too lazy to work j Is this your land then gasped Alleyne Would you dispute it dog Would you wish by trick or quibble to Juggle me out of those last acres Knovft baseborn knave that you have dared tfils day to stand In the path of one whose race have been the advisers oflkings and the leaders of has p ere ever this vile crew of Norman robbers came Into the land or such halfblood hounds as you were let boa to preach that the thief should have his booty and the honest man should sin If he strove to win back Ms own You are the Socman of Mlnstead That I mm and the son of Edrlc tits Socman of the pure blood of God frey the thane by the only daughter of the house of Aluric whose fore fathers held the whitehorse banner at the fatal fight where our shield wits broken and our svord shivered folk held this land from Bramshaw Wood to the Ringwood road Began I say and meddle not with my affair If you leave me now whispered the woman shame forever upon your manhood Surely sir said Alleyne speaking in as persuasive and soothing a way as he could If your birth is gentle airy avn uraaua S you r ua vow iv there is the more reason that yourJmanners should be gentle too well persuaded that you did but Jest with this lady and that you will now permit her to leave your land either alone or with me asa guide If she should need one through the wood As to birth it does riot become me to boast and there ia sooth in what you say as to the unworthiness of clerksl but it is none the less true ami as well born as you Dog cried the furious Socman there is no man in the south who can say as much Yet can I said Alleyne smiling for indeed I also am the son of Edrlc Godnfrey the thane by the only daughter of Aluric of Brockenhurst Surely dcn hlgyou a warmer g I than this for me There are but two boughs left upon this old Saxon trunk His elder brother dashed his hand expressloyn of over s passiondrawn features You are the herI might have known It by sleek monknridden and craven In spirit to answer back a rough word Thy father hadea mans were could look him In the eyes on the day thereyrnt on r cows graze and on that other beyond and on the orchard hard by the church Do you know that nil these were squeezed out your dying father by greedy priests to pay for your up bringing In the cloisters I the Soc man am shorn of my lands that you may snivel Latin and eat bread for which you never yet did ahands turn Knave do shall be set upon you but meanwhile stand out of my path and stop me at youft peril withe womans wrist Alleyno however as active as a young deerhound sprang to her till and seized her by the other arm raising his Ironshod staff as he did so You may say what you will to me ho said between his cle ched teeth It may be no better than I deserve but brother or no I swear by m hopes of salvation that I will Urea your arm if you do not aye hold of 1thp maid was a ring In his voice and a flash In his eyes which promised that the blow would follow quick at the heels of the word For a moment the blond of the long line of hotheaded sohft ness and mercy He was conscious of a fierce wild thrill thrpugh his nerve and a throb of marl gladness at his heart as his real human self burst to rlan Instant the bonds of custom and of teaching which had held It so long The Socman sprang back looking to left and to right for some stick or stone which might serve him for weapon hut finding none he turned fund ran at the top at his speed for the house blowing the while upon a shrill whistle gasped the woman Fly friend ere he come They ran together to the cove of the woods As they gained the edge of the sathlshouse again with the sun gleaming upon his hair and his beard He held something which flashed In his rlhthand and he stoppod to unloose the black hound This way the woman In a low eager yoke Through the bushes to that forked ash heed me I can run as fast as trbw Now Into the stream over ankles to throw the dog Dtnotshe spoke she sprang herself shallow stream and ran swiftly centre of it with the brown bubbling over her feet and outstretched to ward off the branches of bramble or sapling Al leyne followed close at her heels with his mind in a whirl at this black welcome and sudden shifting of all his plans and hopes Yet grave as worei his thoughts they would still turn to wonder as he looked at the twinkling feet of his guide and saw her tithe figure bend this way and that dipping JillItwith her At last when he was almost out of breath shb suddenly thjew herself down upon a mossy bank between two hollybushes and looked ruefully at her own dripping feet and I bedraggled skirt J Alleyne still standing in the stream glanced down at the graceful plnk bblackface which looked upfranklY and confi dently at his own yhy did you kill Kill him My hrotherPAnd why notwith a quick gleam of her white teeth He would have killed you I know him and I read It In his eyes Had I had your staff would have triedaye slid done it t1handened ominouslynI am already sad in heart for what T have done said he sitting down on the bank and sinking his face into his hands God help me all that Is worst in me seemed to come upper most Another Instant and I had smitten him the son of my own mother the man whom I have longed v auua uv vie tc take to my heart Alas that I should still be so weak Wenk she exclaimed rslising her black eyebrows I do not think that even my father himself whq is a hard judge of manhood would call you that But It Is as you may think Ir a very pleasant thing for me to heat that you dlaJdtack together and you should make your peace with the Socman by hand back It ojshouldone blood Simple Alleyne opened his eyes a this little spurt of feminine bitterness Nay lady said hethat were worst hisandhave turned my brother against me and now alai I appear to lave given you offence also with my clumsy tongue But indeed lady J am torn both ways and can scarce grasp In my mind what it is that has befallen Nor can I marvel at that said she with a little tinkling laugh You came InI as the knight does in th jongleurs romances between dragon and damsel with small time for th asking of questions Como she on springing to her feet and smooth Ing down her rumpled frock let walk through the shaw together we may come upon Bertrand with th horses If poor Troubadour had no cast a shoe we should not have ha this trouble Nay I must have you arm You have no wish then to hear my story said she at last Nay said he eagerly I would rain hear ItYou have a right to know It If you have lost a brothers favor through This man has been a suitor for m hand less as I t link for my own sweet sake than bees se he hath ambition had It on his mind that he Improve his for ants by dipping int my fathers strongbox though the M Virgin knows that he would haveSfound little enough therein But to be brief over the matter my father would have nonp of his woo lag nor In sooth would h On that he swore a vow against us and as he Is known to be a perilous man with 1Ierrnorthchanced however this morning my little falcon was loosed at a strong winged heron and pall Bertrand and I rode on with no thoughts but for the sport until we found ourselves In Mlh i stead woods Small harm then bu that my hope Troubadour trod with tender foot upon a sharp stile rearfoins and throwing me to the Then away ran Troubadour for belike spurred him In falling and Bertrand mile after him as hard as hoots could h r him When I rose there was the Socraan himself by my side with the news that I was on his land but wit so many courteous words besides an such gallant bearing that he prevailed upon me to come to his house for T q f rocef rte dcEQ ldt uc e CZ tio zt uttCQayslct feu Ou nzG dae- ir t wanArbuckles llCCr1005eout r A grocer may recommend a loose cof rightIIcY9UmightwellBut he docs not He may know something about coffee passIIedont knowifou did it would not hebuysroasterItgrocerPerhaps 1 coffee1herc r lastWhere bthey s man expert bycars of lcx tgrcencofTeeroan with the knowledge and cxperfence shelter there to wait until the pages Virginand hisdooro hale me up to itBut your father himYoudo IhavethaIt perchance in Joust or in tourney some knight may wish to wear my Ifhewrongstheknight shall find a venture such as shallbeand one rogue the less in the world Then down the glade there came ughlngeesbayhorseaspirited black palfrey the hides of both glistening from a long run deaLadyvoice springing down from his hors- and holding the stirrup Troubadour galloped as far as Holmhill ere I could catch him I trust that you have had no hurt tir scath He shot queStioning glance at Alleyne as he spoke T No Bertram said she thanks to this courteous stranger And now sir she continued springing into her saddle it Is not tit that I should leave you without a word more You have acted this day as becomes a true knight King Arthur and all Table could not have done more may be thatassome seta1 return my father or his kin mayllttve power to advance your Interest Ho Is hot grefrleand see if he may not aid it purposeIand they have gone to Chrlstchurch themAndthebravestable to the Earl of Salisbury To his surprise she burst out a palfreydashed wordIamidIher saddle tlmehecome back to film but the thud the hoots had died away and there no sound In all the woods but the thetaway made his way back to the highroad another person from the lighthearted who had left It a short three itoNext Week Synopsis of PrecedinglChaptera centurynomleUMtery Abbey of ileaulleuaee from the monastery afterbeing found of certain Perlouschargea monksemonastery AlloynoEdrkontake his departure In with a proTlrion of hl ededgnnting that he should hen he 1xcam1twenty jrrnr old pa forth for one year to chooeo for him pelf his future calling In radnn he wander from the monastery to visit hla brother tho Socman of onedwhere he meets Ilordlo John Ito very much In aimkinAylwardantcontroversy with Ayl dwantengagesinawlrtanw bout with the bowman IJonlle John offering to Join the VWte Company In which la misted If ho dot not throw the latter TIle other In turn wncTB a feather b l1 After aconpleof tmeucecsrnltrial tyiwardnicoredby- e trick In thrnwluetlio elant Ilordte who ti thu lund the White ivmptuiy t syCliarlos It Barnes In tho News York World oIhad n little Oneday It got the croup ite sold It toa packing housaIts now canned oxtall soup 2 Mary had to have a pot She bought a cunning cow Which died of splitting hondachas 0 Its country sausage now 3 ary wept and woptaml wopt And then a plgglct got Itboned4 Mary saw lIlt vpnckprb mako A 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devotion to the public serv ice that would inspire the whole na tion Ifiwe were inn the throes of a conflict with the people of some othercountr In Illustration 1 of this he 0ferredThe wasteful I ence t 0whlests out of existence was contrasted with the elaborate care with1 which we have built for lt1cntlons and 0Jesyet said Mr Max ell we have littlIto fear from any foreign foe we have much to fear from the InevitablyfollowDestroy the fore is andovei im manse areas flood and drouth will destroy the farms Destroy the forests and you will at the same time destroy many of our most Important industries by the ex haustlon of our supply of wood or timber i ufirepDestroyIt may take more than a generation to restore it Destroy a forest pn the mountains titforest If Jt can ever be done at all The destruction of the forest cover a leaves the mountain sides so exposed to erosion that the rocks are washed I DESTINY FORESTS THE bare of soil and reforestation becomes impossible We are told rta and one contradicts the statement that At the present rate of eonsu our tire forest resources will be exhauste in less than fortyyeqrs I haVe re Gently seen statequt thirtyfive year toRguard against this National danger Qle Timber and Stone Law must be repealed all public timber lands Included in perm anent Forest Reserves the title to tIle land forever retained y the National Government stumpag only of ma tured timber sold and young timber preserved for future putting so that the forests will be perpetuated right y use and the ment must by the reservation or pur chase of existing forest lands and the planting new forests create eVer state National Forest Plantations t from which through all the years to come a sufficient supply o wood and timber cnp be annually harvested to supply a needs of the people of each state from the Plantations in that state Unless we take tin e by the tore lock the next generation will see the United States a treeless nation without wood Ior timber for the uses of our people land devastated year after year by ruinous oods Already the scarcity of timber Is being felt and every man who builds a home must pay the Increased cost In Michigan I understand that some ot your most important industries are crippled by shortage of timber And yet In the face Of fIlls ron rlitlon which is nothingmore than crisis thr de structlpn of one of our greatest re- sourceS as a nation Congress bust esofitself with a multitude of matters ofof infinitely less importance and refuses to repeal the Timber Stone under which the last remnants of our unreserved national forest lands a being fed Into the insatiable maw of the timber speculators for than onetenth of their actual valve Congrerwho ss islation tbaL the stormy tjtmnot be sparetitoacquire and trace from dc strpction the Calaveras Big Trees In California or to creat the White Mountain and Appalacliltin Forest Re serves and preserve thjplr forest re sources and save tli e er used in the manufacturingIndustries of New England and tie South to the same men in time snn e moment re tone to stop the most shameless leas of a nations resources that ever dl graced national 1dng body refusing to repeal tLol Timber a Stone ActfNot only this In Arizona an Now Mexico where the forests are the very life of the country the Joint Bill proposed to give a float Jng grant of several million which the land speculators who would u contrql the legislature would use t get control of and destroy every acr of unreserved timber land in rhos territories The country owes a de of gratitude to Senator Burroughs your State for his aid in preveutin- that bill from passing the SenullcIt seems incredible that then eofthings should be done by Congress but there are reasons for it the preservta tiou of their own property What Is everybodyfs business Is nobodys business fInyet as u people risen far enoug h above the mere worship of Mammon t realize that we are deliberately sac rlflclng to the Golden Calf the r edx And worse than this ware crowd patheand1generatingtheir physical and inoral fibr rInf our cities to whom you can Gffc wartftnboutof any nation Is an intelligent citizenship and the slums and tenements o great cities are maelstroms int COU1tryIsfsteadilyWe re suffering just now from u spasm rof national hysteria because what everybody who ever tool the trouble to go and loop knew long at the revolting conditions which the great packers of Chicago have been operating their plants an In because diseased meat has been so dItry for food But you may draw the worst plct that your imagination can paint the horrors of the slaughtering arid of meat In those establish nothing you can imagine equals the horror of blighting the lives of thousands of children who are condemned to live and grow up i foul physical social and nova that permeates the whole slum district of Packlng own It national disgrace and Is bound to prove a national curse There Is only one remedy for those THE AND I LOOD AND DROUTH WILL DESTROY FARMS s v and F Forest the Act less a but Statehood and horrible conditions of life for the children and thatis to get the work Ing people and their children out of the slums and into the suburbs andd s foM from a home garden net us realize once for alt that this problem of the children of our work ng people Is our greatest national problem and go at its solution with the same patriotic and self sacrifl c Ing national heroism that led the Homecrof tors of Japan to go into bat tie with their lives In their hands like hand grenades to throw at the enemy that sought to crush out their na JLet the Inspiration of the slogan of the Homecrof tors Move meat In this Country mid never cease lour work until we have Every child In a gardenEver Mother In a Homecrof t and Indtvl- f ual Industrial Independence f Every Worker In n Home of his own on the Land The Creed and Platform of tfie Horaccroftcr tells how It may be don and anyone who wants a copy of can get It without charge by sending a postal card addressed to me at the FisHer Building in Chicago The Great Cities are our mo serious menace In this Country On greatest national danger pies In th Centralization of wealth rnd popula tlon and trade pnd Ind stry The hope of the nation Is In thotarm and suburban home and In coun y and suburban town and village Let us go seriously to to cr ante and upbuild them Let ever student who goes put from tti splendid Institution go with the spiv a soldier to fight the great battl peace for higher national hlcial for a purer public service for tl preservation jof our national resources for a better educational system reabove and beyond all for the cation of Homes on the Land whi the children can grow to manLo and womanhood in the uplifting e vironment of a rural communf- g where the evil Influences of the viii can be forever kept at bny Iri su an environment children can reared to citizenship next to Nature from whence they can draw health and vigor both moral and physical for the discharge of all the duties of life It Is not In the cities that this country IfowertdItspatrCotintmttihoocL country where the great natIon tlwsm hender teliphondthe influence put to worst that will socialize the country mini drive aw weroSWo must not only stop and reverse I 111eThefeyertcountry town and village In the work village improvement of creating an environment for human life where tvihatwhere n local civic loyalty will prevail that will anchor the people to their pwn hearthstone and where they will lye content under their own vine and g tree This local pride and love of home theotrongest of human feelings when shouldecultivated in every possible way Nothing should be left undone to stimulate or cement It Every member of such n community should cultivate cooperatettradesmatttg endPwholetthegIs The home paper should be liberally thingPtheyfortunate of modern Influences has the trend of commercial evolu = iron that has borne so heavily on the country editor by the development of the metropolitan family monthly and- o mall order papers filled with tempts anon for the rural people to stimulate the centralization of wealth and traded the cities by supplying their ordln needs from far distant mid prac tically unknown sources This trend toward the centralization of trade and industry in the great cities walls de by side with the centralization of wealth and population as a menace to our national future The danger it threatens can only be obviated by awakening the people at large ton rc 1allza tlon of It The great central and controlling thought thltt must rise shoes all- s others as a national Ideal is the con Inationand that the first thought and highest ambition of every young man should be to establish a HOME a self sus taining Home on the Land where he can be independent and enjoy the real happiness of a welt spent life and not make the mistake that brings dlssap polntment and misery to so many of setting up the accumulation of a fortJ tune as the goal of his lifes ambition It Is a rare which of necessity must Mmayenough to live comfortably without as and In rlpracticalhis duty to him b1f his family his friends his country and to humanity is the man who really succeeds In life and who gets the greatest happiness and satisfaction out of it To create a human character of theIs highest type with everything m Implies Is the most admirable otolltc human achleyments and that every Tthemselves CIGreatMen whom the lust of office does not kill Men whom the spoils of office cannot buy ofMen who possess opinion and nwlll Men who have honor men who will not lie Men who can stand before n demngogueC And damn his treacherous ofout winking Tall men sutt crowned who live above the toglIn public duty and In private thinking e FOR THE TOiiA BEAUTIFUL Missouri Women Begin Campaign for Cleaner Cities and Villages Columbia Herald The club women ot Missouri have of taken up In earnest the campaign for cleaner cities and towns In St Joseph and other large towns organ Izatlonsof women have done much to on promote n general sentiment for clean linens and are planning more In Ma wlrtnallydr of went collects money merchants superintends the work and disburses the Rinds The members of YbIta watched with Interest and Imitated In outer towns At the annual meeting Itlit tie homo of their president Direr of t clefor the promotion of a S better taro of lawns and gardens caner stree and zllcys and generali improvements The subject of the Is opening paper of the meeting read by CSt1Itoffersshows oflirgnro to bo furnished practically free by club The mayor wnj asked to ItyRotoln few hours systematically to dls rubbishb u Missouri towns the school children have been urged to undertake In others Is At various ward schools of Joplln theJ1 pupils assisted In the cleaning up the grounds In readlnesa fi the lant Perryhopubliclie Atta Jeader In the observance of Arbor septlullA town must first bo built In t n bontltlPulrotowns are hero and are now belne made beautiful BE A HOMEGRQFTER Learn by Doing Work Together Give every Man a Chance THE SLOGAN OF TH3 HQMECR FTERSlS Every Child in n Garden Every Mother lii u lllohicurott nnA rod riduul Industrial ndcpcndcl1CCIJhr Ercrp Worker in u Home Land9 A little croft we owned a plot of corn A garden atoned with peas and mint and And flowers for posies oU on Sunday mor i Plucked while the church bells rang their lIeft chimes Wordsworth The Citizen standing In the doorway of his homo contented on his threshold his family gathered about his hearthstone while the evening of welljspent day doses In scenes and thebarracksThe slums and tenements of tine our fast Increasing population in i great cities are social dynamite cer dividual honics on the Landhoot tale to iode stoner br later The crofts hotyeve small owned by the hionlys to plant the multiplying millions of Independence +George H Maxwell EDUCATION OPPORTUNCIY I I THE FIRST BOOK OF THE HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED AND AMONG ITS CONTENTS ARE THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF ABSORBING INTEREST BY The Brotherhood of Man v Charity that is Everlasting The Secret of Nippons Power Lesson of a Great Calamity j The Sign of a Thought This book Is the first of a Series that will Chronicle the Progress of the HOMECROFT MOVEMENT and inform all who wish to cooperate It hpw they may do so through formation of local Homecrofters Clubs or Gilds to promote Town and Village Betterment stimulate home civic pride and loyalty to home institutions Industries and trade improve methods and facilities of edu catiou in the local public schools and create new opportunities At Home that will go far to check the drift of and population to the cities The first Gild of the Homecrofters been established at Watertown The Glldhall Shops Gardens are located at 143 Main Street where the Garden School fully organized and over on ndrcd children are at work in tin The departments for train- Ing In Homecraft and Village Industries are being Installed The Weavers ore already at work at the looms It Is not designed to build here a institution but to make which can be duplicated in an wn or village In the country Copies of THE FIRST BOOK OF HOMECROFTERS can be d by sending twelve two stamps with your name and ess carefully and plainly written to The Homecrofters Clld the Tallsma1t4143Maln St Watertown Massachusetts There is Naw Hope and every Worker who wants a Home his own Oil the Lund in the CREED AND PLATFORM OF THE HOMECROFTERS which Is as fol Peace has her victories no lends renowned than war EDUCATION COOPERATION OPPORTUNITY HOMECROFTS We believe that the Patriotic Slogan the Whole People of this Nation Should be Every Child In a Garden Every Mother in a Homecroft and In dividual Industrial Independence fo Every Worker Jii a Horne of his Ow the Land and that until he own such a Home the concentrated purpose and chief Inspiration to labor in the Ute every wage worker should be his determination to Get an Acrej an IorLive on It We believe that the Slums and Tenements and Congested Centers of population in the Cities are a savagely deteriorating social moral and polit- Ical influence and that a great public movement should be organized and the whole power of the nation an the states exerted for the betterment all the conditions of Rural Life and o create and upbuild Centers of So and tJivlc LIp In Country an Towns and Villages where Trade and Industry can be so firmly anchored hat they cannot be drawn nto the Commercial Maelstrom that now ate idlly sucking Industry and Humanity into the Vortex of the Great Cities We bell ve that every Citizen In Count ry has an Inherent and Fundament Right to an Education which will train him to Earn aLl ing and If need be to get his living straight from Mother Earth and thin he has the same right to the Opportun ity to have the Work to Do which will afford him that living and to earn not only a comfortable livelihood but enough nor to enable him to be a Homecrafton and to have a Home Of Own frith ground around lt sufficient to yield him and iris Pant y Living froin the Land as the retarof- orl1ls own labor We belle that the Public Domain tho most precious heritage of tho und jthe surest safeguard the nation LAS a Social Unrest Dis turbance or Upheaval and that the Cause of Humanity and the Preservation of Socia Stability und of our Free Institutions flenrand that the absorp speculathement bo forthwith stopped and that the nation should create opportunities for llomecro terby building briga tied and drnlnagp works to rectal laud as as is needed to give every man who wants a ionic on the Land a chande to get it We beliovw that as a Nation w should be less absorbed with Making I JHOMECROFTERS Money and should pay more heed to raising up Men who will be LawAbidIng Itizens that the w lffare of our Nor ers Is of more co sequence than the mere accumulation of Wealth and that Stability of Na Uonal Character and of Social an Business Conditions Is ot grErater I 1the portance to the people of this countr as a whole than other one ques tlon that is now before them and we believe that the only way to Preserve such Stability Bad to Permanently Maintain ours National Prosperity to carry Into immediate effect a Operation the Platform of the Talis Iman which Is psfollowsI ANs1 That children shall be taught pubei nd aeestablished by Icounty muneipal governmentsI employmentwhereI soyle ground and where every boy would be taught that h s first aim In should be to get a home of his o rrithat on the land BUILD HOMECROFTS AS NATIO- AL SAFEGUARDS 2 That the New Zealanu system ot Land Taxation and Land Purchase and Subdivision and Advances to Set tinnIs country to the end that land shall be subdivided into small holdings in the hands of those who will till it for a livelihood and labor find occupation in the creation of homecrofts which w111 be perpetual afeguards against the political evils and social discontent resulting from the overgrowth of cities and the sufferings of unemployed wageearnerg PROTECTION FOR THE AMERICAN ilOMECROFT 3 That Rural S0ttlement shall be encouraged and the principle of Pro tectlon for the American Wageworker and his Home applied directly to the Taxinansproperty e ceeding 2500 In value used on an in connection with every Homecrof ft Rural Homestead of not more ten acres in extent which tine own occupies as a permanent home and cultivates with his own labor and provides therefrom all or part of t support for a famil RNLAItGEMENT OF AREA AVAI ABLE FOR HOMEMAKING Governmenttal policy of internal improvements for river control and regulation 9and for the enlargement to the utmost possible xtcnt of the area of the country available for agri culture and Homes 6n the Land an for tits protection those Homes from either flood or drouth shall build not only levees and revetments Where needed and drainage works for the reclamation of sWainpaiid overflowed lands but shall also preserve existing plannewir roars and other engineering works- t necessary to safeguard against over flow and save for beneficIal use ti flood waters that now run to waste RECLAMATION AND SETTLE MENT OF THE ARID LANDS C That the National Government nt shall build the irrigation works neces nary to bring water within reach of settlers on the nrt limls the cost of such works to be repaid to the govern Inept by such settlers In annual in stallmcnts without iiiterest and that the construction pf the great Irrigation work necessary for the utilization the waters of such large rivers as t Columbia the Sacramento the Colo rado the Rio Grande and the Missouri and their tributaries Shall proceed as rapidly as the lands reclaimed will utilized In small farriis by acts settlers and homeriiakers who will re pay the government the cost of co structlon of the irrigation works an 11that the Amount needed each year construction as recommended by t Secretary of the Interior shall made available by Congress us a e from the general treasury to the R clamation Fund and repaid fr- t o l lands reclaimed as required by the National Irrigation Act SAVE TIlE PUBLIC LANDS FOR HOMEMAKERS prtliegrunted to any state o terrltory for any purpose whatsoever or to any one other than an actual settler who has built his home on the land and lived on It for five years and fliat no more laud scrip of any kind jshall ever be LawrHomestead Law shall be made to con form to the recommendations of the zippolntedbyMessage of the President Jto Congress PLANT FORESTS AND CREATE FOREST PLANTAtTIONS 7 That tho Timber and Stone Law publictltletostumpageeand young timber to be reserved for future cutting so that this forests will andLby the reservation or purchase of ex- Isting forest lands and the planting of new forests create in state National Forest Plantations from which through all years to come a sufficient supply of wood and timber supplytheProm he Forest Plantations In that state i CONTROL AND USE OF THE GRAZING LAN S S That all uulocated jubllc lands not otherwise reserved siall be re served from location under any law except the Homestead Lawn l1d shall be enbrac razing Re serves under the control of the Secretary of Agriculture who sjiall be emrpowered to issue annual Licenses to Reservestfor a longer period than oSoe year on- agricultural lands or five years on grazing lands rind all lands classified grazing lands shall be subject to fivenyears no fes of be public bythearea of the homestead entry shall never ttnc r any circumstances be en larged to exceed ICO acres RESERVE STATE LARDS FOR HOMESTEAD SETTLERS shallflyith the national public land system above outlined and that state shall enact a State Homestead Law for the settlement of lands owned by the state and that state lands shall be disposed of only to actual settlers under such law dud that all state telands shall at all times remain open to Homestead EntrIUNITED OWNERSHIP OF LAND tI10 That it shall be the Inwof every oIlstate and of the United States that use is the basis the meas ure and the limit of all Ights to water including riparian rights and the right to the use of water for shall inhere in and be ap thatNwater shall be united and no right to water as a speculative commodity ever be acquired held or owned RIGHT OF APPROPRIATION FO li BENEFICIAL USE 11 That it shall be the law rot every state and of the United States that all unused and unappropriated waters are public property subject to appro priatlon for a beneficial use first In time being first In right and that on all interstate streams priority of use shall give priority of right through out the entire course of the stream Jr without regard to state lines and that In each drainage basin the Irri- gators therein shall control the distri bution of the wateri A Homecraft Garden The Homecraft Movement Is grow adiqgdliving in the city ought to have a FEBISerWestbrnnchl Iowa sends us the Yo1 Deslethlsniagnzlnerreproducing the same The editor of the News says A little garden ff properly cared for will save the city dweller many a t dollar But that fs by no means the chlefest good Even If he has more money than he knows what to do with held will still find rich profit In wielding the spade and hoe for exercise And the rarest pleasure comes from follow Ing the primal instincts of natures It is not alone the plants and flowers we long for An Inner something impels us to putt our hands at work in tLa earth to bathe our bodies in the sunshine and to open our souls In devotion to things that are not gross but sweet antic pure TO be pitied Is t e man who does not drink In with delight t fragrance of the flowers after having breathed all day the stench of a city and who does not learn a lesson from the noise less orderly beneficent processes of nature that are constantly going on around him Every city dweller who has a bit of ground ought to have n garden it may be only five iect but he can plant It In ereen Pcusrsucculent t stillhea little color arid a little fragrance Into his life There are am reasons economical IpQllIWbyaldener If he can hotelsd Inhecasedan tIler tr8em BEEF TRUST METHODS I a THOUSANDS OF HUMAN BEINGS GROUKQ DOWN BY PITILESS CORPORATIONS Inhuman Treatment of Men and Women Are to Work In GreatEstabilhments n Lowest Depths of Misery Bt Uraoir SmcLAiB Sew York World J It is literally the truth that the pack ors treat their men like dogs There is no place In all Packingtown where thfe slightest consideration is shown tar d human being They are com Jelled to be on hand at a certain hour In the morning even though there is no killing to be done they are laid off nwithout the slightest ceremony and they have ntj Idea when the work will iofthebossesthatwayand do not make a full hour evenm minutestheyIs made In the computation of their work they have no redress there Is complaintt+ where ONE VAST TRUST r havereachedation by the natural process of com fpetition or rather there is com eti competltIonvast employlrfg trust and a body of helplesstprocessiontown the Industry was founded by GermanytJJen settooublesBohemians then Lithuanians and now finally Slovaks These are nearly all undersized wretched people who can not speak English and who Impress one as having no more intelligence beatthemandklck whichfairlypoor wretched Lithuanian pushing a truck In one of Swift Cos cellars It was loaded with hams and the poor OJ1thethebossout of the place I presume that he was firing him Another and stronger man took his place COMPELLED TO VISIT SALOONS One of the things pointed out In the Presidents report Is that the men are provided with no places to eat It is l difficult to Imagine what this means in the winter time I saw them crouching in the stairways of the packing houses and outside under the sheds to get away from the falling snow In conversation wjlth one of the packers I spoke of the horribly low wages that were paid to the men and he answered that there was no use in paying any more because the balance went to the- J OI3DEN ARMOUR TWO IHDMIXENT MEN IN TIlE saloon keeper My reply was that for one thing I had Observed that the com panics pay their1 men in checks and that saloons are the most convenient places In which these can be cashed and that also asia consequence of the lack of diningrooms the men are literally compelled t resort to the saloons In winter The packer then dropped the subjects Prior to the list strike in Chicago the union officers made a computation eased upon ten thousand time chocks and found that the average weekly In Packingtown was between 5 conditionsahave of course grown worse of mine who has Recently been making Investigations for me stated that he stood In a salqon on a Saturday night and gathered up the pay envelopes of in and got theirthe men as they came checks cashed fIe collected over the average Was less than b170SThis r isen1 ed n wages Packingtown at a r ablebodied man IP dullIllet Mon FROM THE DEEf TRUST REPORT +DocuFztrment Which th to Cotigres9 An absence of cleanllnessjwas found everywhere in the meat being prepared foij the various meat food products a iAJt an extreme example of the en tire disregard on the part of erapldyes of any notion of cleanliness in Handling dressed meat we saw a hog that had Just been killed cleaned washed and ttrted on its way o the oooUng room ttaiI froM tkt IUdtnl rill to a dirty wooden floor and slide part way Into filthy molls toilet It was picked up by two employes placed upon a truck carried into tho cooling roomand hung up with other carcasses no effort being made to clean It e In another establishment equate- well known a long table was note covered with several hundred pounds of cooked scraps of beef and other meats Some of these meat scraps were dry leathery and unfit to be eaten the and in the heap were found pieces of pigskin and even some bits of rope strands and other rubbish Inquiry evoked the frank admission from the man in charge that this was to be ground up and used in making potted ham Homemade Bone Fertilizer Everyone with a large garden has an out of the wuy place for fertilizers cr trTothe use of acids takes time but for the home garden It Is well worth watt Ing for Put in a barrel three or four inches of soil then a closely packed layer of bones broken up somewhat of and cover these with wood ashes and wet with liquid manure from Ithe jstables If possible or with plain water strengthened with 10 cents worth washing ammonia Repeat the oughuntlltherounding the surfaceand sow with Rwithla4t the top knit the soil together as n cover that will not mUch moisture In a years UPTON SINCLAIR BEEF TRUST INVESTIGATION time empty the barrel spade the tents together make Into a heap and it stand fora month then us wanted PROFITS IN CHICKENS Crate and Machine Fattening Brln the Highest Prices T F McGrcw Some limo since published a andber of fowls that grown upon tho who t fields of the Northwest an whici are purchased and shipped In to big establishments o Kan ins City and other western centres The packers of the west have estab llshcd enormous finishing plants as they called for the feeding fat toning and preparing of poultry of kinds for market TheTowls here re colored in large numbers placed in coops that hold from three to five birds according to their size and troughCedtbat Is they are fed a mixture of ground metals properly pre tosas as they will consume three to five times per day Poultry cratefattened In this way will continue to eat well and thrive from nine to twelve days soon as they cease to feed themselves ously from these troughs known as the cramming brought Into service The ravenI the cramming machine must experience in the handling and Ing of the fowls in this way C SHELTERED CRATES USED FOR CRATEFATTENING POULTRY STUFFERS AT WORK let through con let use we aro packing are all are are So cramming machine is composed Of feed trough or chamber placed up the top of a threelegged movab table as it might be called with plunger in the top placed there aft the cylinder Is filled with the proper prepared food and with the pressu of the foot upon the lever the food forced through the tube into the crop of the fowl THE CRAMMER IS AN EXPERT Thq operator in charge of the cram ming machine has several assistants who bring the fowls from the coop to him he placing the tube down the throat beyond the windpipe towards the crop fills the same by a pressure of the foot always gauging the amount forced into the crop by the hand pressure upon It manner of feeding is carried for la sufficient number of days to make the entire period of feeding from JO to 21 days An experienced handler knows Just khe time when the fowls are finished ready for killing When tills time Arrives they are speedily killed drypicked and placed in proper condition for market The food made use of for this purpose Iln mixture of meals of several kinds to conform to the requirements of the market bats corn and middlings mixed with boiled milk or water into a very dry Ina or mixed food Is made use of for first 12 to 14 days for trough feediu During this period the fowls ha and plenty of water to drir where they can help themselves So L10stopwater and grit is removed from t trough and the stuffing machine brought Into service The same mea mixed into n gruel are used for th purpose the food forced Into the cr Country Autbing on the Glorious Fourth rya fHARGts 1YUARI CIIOCt01 c rRtStOR aI- EXitN1E YALIIAtt YOWI ARnctn IRQ ZJIkn EST OFFER ST PHEMIU S EST VALUE 6 1IJ tf Jf tiFREE TO eoys PantBeltheavy elastlo leg band and ii s Shirthametal erolets fall around the ihonld erujftrntt free action Pelt and Cap foeTwith each suit We aIM give oat Mltldand Baseball Outfit glrenforsellinG of our high Bancherohlet at iSa each TIwilh the stuffing machine in a semi I gritIgreatest Improvement GREAT GIN IN WEIGHT AND QUALITY Fowls that are fed in this gain largely In weight For Instance a fowl placed in the coop weighing three pounds and a quarter bones feather- and offal would weigh from one an a half to two pounds more when fl Ished adding In this way two pounds of edible meat to the carcass and so Improving the entire carcass as to add from three to four cents per pound its value Over that of poultry of tha kind qot so well finished Thus a fo sighing three po ads and a crth 9 cents per pound would sell to Ithirty cents as it came from th ange The same fowl after being fe three weeks would weigh five and quarter pounds and sell for twelve ents a pound at the lowest calcul tion which would be 63 cepts for ame carcass after having been fed for three weeks The estimate placed upon the cost of feeding is about ten to twelve cents per head yelJowIcountry To intensify and beautify tile richness of these cot rsmeal made f om yellow corn is reply used in tne process of fatten g For the English market which is largely c tered to by these packers fowls having the white color of flesh ate pre f rred To Intensify and improve this cornon andamilling lu uii uiusu u BIU iiiift theIystate or five of inp r The poultry with corn aids tattlglobules throughout thee tire carcass A fowl that has been fatened with corn is usually what might be termed greasy meat while poultry finished or fattened In this wiy lays on close or solid meat with nc globules of fat scattered through It Cate nail machine fattened poultry se Is for the highest prices of any po ultry sent to market i peculiarity In these conditions m th fact that poor or inferior sped nuns cannot be successfully fattened or finished in this way Only the well gr wn thrifty specimens can be profit any cratefattened and Improved Injweight and character of flesh mist understand thoroughly well tho pn cess of handling poultry for this pu pose or he cannot succeed Where It swell done and nicely finished and pn pared for market poultry finished In this manner Is the most desirable both in this country and abroad PACKING FOR MARKETIJ shI ii packing for market square boxes chickensSIflz and weight with the same ap 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