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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r Li 2IH mbt Pfiitgft thiin t 0 DEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J I J I t I VOLUME IL 0 SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 I 1906 i MUMMER 37I I STORY OF LOCAL OPTION As Told By Gampbeilsville Business- iMe Js Convincing Business Has 1mI poproved 1Lines I And the Town Is An HundredFold poBetter f Banks s Come Forth With the- Ft IncreaseIA of WiPerCent And Mercnants Doctors Lawyers PreacHers All Say That Whisky Will Never opAgainbellsville h At the request of the editor of The pfcellsvillehave been received Read them all of themand you will find something good in each one After you have read them pass the paper on to your neighbor Comment upon these letters is unneces nary The reading of them will con vince anybody who is open to conviction Ity this page of matter wjll be found an answer or refutation to every statement contained in the tracts sent out by Wall Street N Y whisky then17d Sun A STRONG STATEMENT Jifour Charges Entered On Police Court Docket Since Jan 11+None For Drunken 1ness Camp eilsvnle Ky July Gcl S 1I There is no longer any discussion of the whisky question herei Its support rs being such ahopeless minority it is seldpm raised That local option has comp to stay in Campbellsville and Taylor c unty is attested by everv oncj whether esident or visitor When the first whisky election was neld here Campbellsville was a village compared tor its present proportions Did not far exceed fifty per cent of its present property value Main street the principle business Avenue was built up of a lot of old dilapidated frame struc tures haidly suitable for occupation The str ct faino three n had been properly graded Crossings were unknown and sidewalks and pub lic imprOjYemeau were idle drea Now our town to say nothing of its moral improvements is one of the very best b entireiISuterIts every etreot having long ago beemj put in the best state of re pair and conditioiMoreover every street wide enough to permit of having sidewalks has been paved to jts extreme limits The bus ness houses and icdidences compare favorably with those of any neighbor ing town To our people local option is no longer iw experiment The saloo is gone urid fc ncon Our tax rate is only fifty cents 50 Order always prevails Since the first of Jantiar 1906 to the present writing there have been but our charges entered on the docket of our Police court not one of which was for drunkenness Many strangers come here and fail to under stand why a town of this size can sup rt in the way it does its many dry stores and groceries It is by of no other reason than the peo ple spend their money for the neces saries of life rather thanwhisky Many who used to rent now own property and houses t Those who cried that the loss of revenue derived from whisk would drive the town to financial lost and ruin are no longer of that pinion but on the contrary are our strongest local option advocates There are so few who want the stuff it is im ssible for them to get enough signers a petiti n necessary for going be fore the Cou t Prior to the going out of whisky there Was but one bank in the town Today there are three and more prosperous institutions are not to be foundin any community of the size Some who never hada nickel to spare now have comfortable bank accounts Since this got to be a dry townit is fast becoming an educational center atiyprcPMalour school beyond the public system One splejidid institution has been in eration for some time and another is course of construction which when completed will increase the student body The argument is advanced that when saloons go out blind tigers come in That depends upon this condition whether or not there are any- eople in the community who want the enforced If so the blind will be of short djuration Nothingof the sort exists in Campbellsville because when the tigers appeared he law biding citizens Vent after the n with a determination tthat resulted in th absolute overthrow of the tige Al those interested in the whisky raffle With but few exceptions have engaged in other business Parties defying the law and selling regardless of the pe a pies will were prosected to the bitter end and those not driven away w remade bankrupct Such was the mode pursued and for a long time not even the boldest have dared ngage in th tiger trade FrolTa moral standpoint the advantagesjSqf a dry over a wet town or community can not be awer estimated That class who would not be reconciled Jr were determined to traffic in whiSRy regardless of circum stances soon left Thus the community was rid of an element that had no regard for the law or society LAbel Harding A COMPARISON He Lived Ip Campbellsville lrf mg the Reign of the Saloon Campbellsville Ky July 6EdSun- I have bean a citizen and business man of t io town of Campbqllsville Ky for the last hirty years For this lrst fife teen years of my residence ewer c burdened with the saloon ardaslow improving town for the last welve o fifteen years we have been blessed wit a dry and rapidly growing town Busi ness of all kinds has improved and irt tbme pest towns in very respect there is in- State It is folly to say that 3uoons make a town they only make drunk ards of our boys or to nay that a dry town is a dead town Visit our town end you will see that you dont need prosnDry Goods and Milliner ImprovementB7 Campbellsville Ky JulyGEd Sun There is every advantage in having 0nu r town ia 60 pit cent Fetter from every stan J OluL since we have votcd liquor moralY8 of 0 town are better than ever be fore we have five different denomina ltions In o ttown and all the houses of I worship are in good condition and all well attended Cursing is almost an entire stranger and we rarely ever see a man dii unk There is more improvement in our town today than ever before and everything is in a good thrifty condition It will do the good people of any coun ty inestimable good to enjoy the pleas ure and profits of alocal option town and county Hill Bros FATHER NEAPREYS TESTIFIES itSays Is Safest to Remove All Sources of Temptation AsJar a As Possible Campbellsville Ky July GEd Sun I am a minister of religiona Priest of the Catholic church I have lived inI Campbellsville now for over tnreeyears I have observed and have often re marked inapt travels what a peace toablelive in It the saloons were here condir tons would not be so favorable Asou far as I can see the progress of the town lias not been checked nor its business njured by the removal of the saloon ON THE CONTRARY EVERY YEAR THERE ARE NEW STORES NEW RESIDENCES GOING UP THE TOWN IS EXTENDING IN EV ERY DIRECTION THE PEOPLE ARE PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY If all of us possessed sufficient self control and in the midst of temptation would use andnot abuse the fruits of sfo obnoxious but taking into account thCtendencies of human nature as we them especially in those who are form worselt ave sources of emp tion removed as far as possible John J Neafiey A PHYSICIAN SAYSa scnave Been to the Wives and Chih dren of Poor Men Campbellsville Ky July 6Edsun When I came to Campbellsville sixteen years ago we had open saloons badly kept streets practically no sidewalks s and on Saturdays and public days much drunkenness and disorder making it unsafe for women and children to be on eWemajority and twice since have we voted on the same question with the majority against whisky larger each time anti now nearly all the former strong saloon men have become as strong anti saloon Campbellsville now has good streets with miles of goon brisk and ncre sidewalks The town has had a stead growth each successive year more and tinrYhlished and is prospering and another larger institution of learning js now in course of croction But the greatest benefits have come to the women and chHden of the laboring men who now haMQ better clothing and are better fed because the moneydocs not go into the coffers of the saloon keeper Do your duty to your town yourselves your wives and children by voting I out t e saloons J L Atkinson M D s NoDrunken Men c Ca pbellsville KYJulY7Ed Sun Being born and raised in Campbellsville Kyjand knowing the evil of having oven taloons in a town of this size as webs larger town it behooves any good citizen to goto the polls and voteC local cjption ticket Since we hay had a dry town our business has in creasedour town has grown in popu r lation and is the best moral town in the State we seldom see a drunken men on our street and never hear an oath by any of pleIsend their children here to school be tithpeopleWhen you 559 the good effect one you will pewit license any moreoten saloqns J R Snit EASY TO SELL GOODS And T het Always Pay the Cash Says This Dry GoodsI i men ri Campbellsville Ky JutyG Ed Sun Having been in the try goods business in a wet town forab put 16 years before coming to this place and desiring to nake a change information came tome that Campbellsville was a good center for business and moreover since it had gone dry We investigated the matter arid were so swell pleased that out business was moved tp this place The result has been more than satisfac tory indeed In no place is it so easy plongeror papa has been drunk and can riot paY r bill this week but on the contrary every ohejias money with which to pays A dry town is without doubt the best place for business Try it T C Taylor THREEi GROCERIES In Campbellsville During Salo n Now Ten Doing j lays rBusiness 1 Kyj July GEd Sun the question of Whisky or No Whisky from jthe position ofa groceryman I certainly favor the for many reasons Every one knows o the wonderful moral improvement our town has taken on since the dry people won There were but three groceries in this place when whisky was sold here nd not that many air the time now there are ten good substantial groceries here This material difference is not the result of an increase in population but grows out of the fact that the men are sober and the grocery bills pre paid first whereas it used to be that the liquor bill crime first and th grocery man had to wait Whisky never be sold herb again There are thousand reasons why the people do not want it N Hobsqn Groceries rCASHIERS STATEMENT I Number of Depositors and Depositors 25 to 40 Per 1Cent Larger vCampbelIsville Ky July 6Ed Sun We are pleased to make a statement of the condition of business in our twillesaloonsYIn our business our earnings number of depositors and deposits ara from 26 to 40 per cent larger than they were when we had whisky here besides at that time there was only obe bank nlst that all of our merchants discount their bills anti THREEFOURTHS OP THEIvt DO A STRICTLY CASH BUS INESS Credit is only asked in a cases We have many more places o usinoss now than then better busi rejs houses better class of goods for lie and better trade in every line We jroudly say thrt we attribute more edit for present conditions to local o lion than to any other cause N r rely ever have calls for charities fo andPwe an pn our streets We have foUr times as much paving outptreet Pro clehncr and in better eyed lion Our present rendition is ore hug- Bred per cent better in every way In boaei ness e l pay other towns J N Turner Asst Cashier Bank of Campbellsville AN EXPERIENCE five In Hades Fifteen eaJs Paradise Says Mr G V MurraV Campbellsv lie Ky July6Ed Sun Thinking per aps a few words from one that has had jh experience Igbtbe- of some sere ice I will give you just a jtMy native city flowed arid still flows yith milkand Jiorey whisky too Born and reared in ew Haven Nelson coin tyKy next door to a galoon makes that period omy life one never tojbe forgotten Twenty years ago I care to this city with hopes of bettering my environments jumped out of the vtrHableXEINVITETION INTO P ESENT CONDITIONS AND ASK ONLY THAT YOU ASK ONLY THOSE THAT WORKED FOR RETAINING SALOONS THEY ARE NOW OUR S RONGEST DRY MEN To size up the hole th ng my life for the past twen y years has been as it were Five y ars in hides fifteen in aradise G V Mutray Agt Ads Ex COw r A Boom in Building Campbellsvilh Ky July 7Ed Sunf I have been a resident of this town thb past eighteen years and during that time we had saloons for four or fivei years Since they were voted out our town has had a steady growth tillnow we are having if boom in building Property has ore than doubled on an average while in some cases it his in creased five to six times its value at the time saloon were closed In the morals of our tofOthere is no compar ison tp what they were during the time of the fact we now have one of salaonsi and prosperi ous tate Wallingf r M GROWING STRONGER LIs the AntiSaloon Movement in Taylor Under Lo kcal Option fl1erbWI has- i Pro per Suen tempae vote local option and desire to add a word of encouragement and commenj dation in this important move We have not licensed the sale bf spirituous vinous or strong drinks m our town or county ince 1893 The sa loon people have made several strong efforts to change this sentiment using all the strong arguments at their com mindviz driIve wardecounty congest the public spirit of the people and cause a general decline ip the value of their property etc but the reverse has happened We are a busnesrgOQdor have doubled in value new people coming to us buying and building good houses Volume of usincss roving rtucCdtOlddrink and the temptation removed from our boys The comtnerc al world is crying f tivt Parefntl epi them sober by removing the evil beyond their reach We wbuld not vo for the l ltI liquors again for any consideration J W Cloyd eptionrCampbellsylle Ky July GEd Sua For nearly two yea I have lived in nlioPtiiot the husindss men and leading citizens and without ex ption they are pleased with local option Business is good new buildings are going up churches and schools awe prosperous I know no better town the size of Camp bellsville I believe that if the vote were taken now fourfifths of the white citizens would vote against the sale of vinous or malt liquors G B Overton Pastor of Methodist Episcopal SOUth j Property Doubled in Value i Campbellsville Ky July 6 Ed Sun I have pen asked my opinion as to the business of Campbellsville and Taylor county as it is now and when we halt open saloons I will say that property has doubled i in value and every man can find work tbiall he can do at a good price Would T not have them back again 1 CF Mantz Propr Farmers Roller Mills NEW BUIIDINGSpfyo i Concrete and Brick Walktf AM Over City Buisiness Is Good 1If Campbellsville Ky July 6To the citizens of Springfield I understand you are to take a vote in a very short time in your city whether or not you t ill have open saloons or a dry tem pirate city We voted whisky out of our little city about 16 years ago At that election We had a very Fiordibut won by a small majority Since that we have had two elections and car rl ried them in favor pf local option While We had open saloons we had very poor streets and no side walks to speak of After we got the saloons out ouri town began to improve our streets are good and have built seyeral new onest our town is well paved with nice brick and concrete in fact our town is still j growing I think we have as goodi business town as is In the State accord ing to our population Some of our friends who opposed the local option said it would rum our business I am glad to say it has proven just tp the contrary By getting rid of the saloons it has made us as we have the build ings here to show for themselves We know of no town in the State the siza of Campbellsville that can show better themIwere favor of saloons and I am glad to know that several who opposed local option are now in favor of it and are willing to help keep whisky out Since we voted whisky of our citywe have me of the best morals towns jn the State and one that is building up with rood moral people from other places willto a great Dill the barroom will always remain ejut J R Davis Cashier Farmers Deposit Bank A Great Blessin Campbellsville Ky July 6Ed Sung We are glad to state to y ju that the r tOwBIhas not only been a great blessing tor our town morally but has helped usiinw f a business way Business has been p better and more people nave been able tp meet their Doll atioriF We would not have saloons back again for any consideration T W Buchanon Co I Worth MuchV Campbellsville Ky JulyG Ed dun I wish to say that 1 have been in busi ness in Campbellsville for 26 years anifM rtxprfl never has pnvthinrr hAn wrti more to us as a city than voting out saloons Morally socially religousl xrnd in a business way and I do not 7 think the time will ever come thatour people will want saloons CgaklYIteii 1 iIn our issue of s ikbea print e e Ia page of 6Ias t 5 demonstratOrisi a 8- c t l THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 + + + + + + + i + FarmsIt i I t SaIeNo for ed tjgood W land good dwelling good stable blacksmith shop on farm rented 4i close to school house and church Price 40 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre of4iNo 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber 1 5milee halff per acre 15 tobaccoiW ber lots of good tobaccs land yellwatered wel fenced good f grass Price 35 per acre No 7176 acres dwelling stable well watered wellfenced f whole farm tobacco land Se erl rnilesfropttown No 8128 acres from Springfield plent timber all necessary outbuildings good grass and barn Price 20 per acre No 965 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that wil hold ten f tobacco well fencedf No 10108 acres seven lmiles from Springfield 15 acres good J goodlrg3750 per acre + No11220 acres six J miles from Springfield on good Tike 50 acres timberask oak hickoryand poplar Ch rch and school cbnvenient two barns ng 5 telephone in house yell watered and plenty tobacco land Price per acrefNo 12The most desirable house in S rin locatedt 4ItNo 13 =A nice cottage in Springfield Good acre of Cheap Lh w iNb14150 acres seven miles irom S rin fronood pike + 6 acres timber two new barns new dwelling house plenty of fine tobacco land 60 acres of extra good bottom land Price 60 s No 15DO acres one goop six room dwelling tobacco barn V stable well fenced good orchard well w 25 acres fine to land most of farm state pf cultivation 3J miles Springfield Plenty good posts 25 per acre Jbacco 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pil e one 7 dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 14 No 1733 acres new twostory six room dwelling barn two good wells an everlasting spring well fencedcall in grass fine w tobacco land fine young orchard + No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one good six room I dwelling on good 3 miles from one mile from school and church good stock outbuildings 60 acres bottom land 6 rods stone fence Price 32rNo 19 275J acres 76 acres good timber two story nine room 4 dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of fruit large and ice + house carriage house outbuildings new Price 50 f J dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass line orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price j milesfrom i J No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfioklgtltld dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of Water Price + 15 peracre ft No 231Slacres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns he1d 15 acres of tobacCO one barn new 1 mile from Maud one Half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fencedr jwenty of water Price 35 per acre f No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield ofl ood pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns fstock oafff 1 i corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 sores of bob + tom land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre f i Bm Dm Lake Springfield + +T+ 111 BUGGIES I HARNESS r HARDWARE But its buggies that we want to say a few words about We just merely want to invite you in to see the handsomest line ever brought to Springfield I At Prices Low 5 enough astonish the trade We nave a complete line of all kinds of vehicles t But if you want HARNESSCheap or Fine farm or Buggy Harness we can supply your wants at satisfactory prices I WELLS BROTHERS wTar eIIII18t it BEVERLY OF it GRAVSTARK tBy GEORGE BARR MCUTCHEON Author of GrauitirkC- opvHflW t nul by Dodd Mead and Corn panv it soplilne send Mill tins caDiogrhni from itSt Petersburg They never fight la 1i Just scare each other Skip V headlines father dear Will be honw soon Beverly IIow does that sound i It will cost a lot but he brought It Upon his own head Ami were not In the Balkans anyway Xunt Joe will it have n tit Please call an A D T boy it princess I want to send this message to St Petorshurg it When Candace entered the s it boudoir half an hour later she Princes from Tjcliig the timid youth who first came to the notice of the Graustsirk ailcitit becoming to her lier short curly 1i brown hair was done up properly her asititthe road was gone bar dtirk eyes wire with the wonder and interest r of nineteen years and she was all V nIl a most enticing bit of femininity it You are much more of a princess now that when I first saw you smiled Yetlve drawing her down upon t the cushions of the window seat be side her J itnut she was such a pretty boy Dagmar Yon dont know t how attractive you were iu thoseCandace blushed Oh they were awftfl but they were comfortable One t has to wear trousers if one intends to be a vagabond I wore then for more than n week itYou shall tell us all about it said holding the girls hand In hers terestingIit Oh there is not much to jtell your highness said Candaco suddenly reti tt cent and shy My stepbrother oh V how I hate hlmhad condemned me to helphgitco Od Bappo master of taU stables who has loved me for a d years he says helped me to it escape from the palace at night They there to hacesetzed me the next morn Bappo tins been master of the bles for more than forty years old Bappo He procured the lingrsclot1Jng for me and his two sous mpauled me to the billS where I t fouud my brother and his men saw your scouts and talked to it them a day or two after I became a tt member of the baud Bappos boys re- V with the baud now But my brother Dm tan shall teH you of that I was soJrighteneA I could not tell what was gob g lpu I have lived in the open air for a week but 1 love It Dun tans Inc Ids are all heroes You will love them Yesterday old Franz brought a message Into the castle groundst it told Captain Baldos of the plan to seize Gabriel who wail itt tHo Julia near your City pldut you know of that Oh we kilo w Jit two days ago1 Baldos t know it y Rterday lIe met us at 4 oclock thli morning tliat Is part of us Twas sent on Franz so that I sh uld n t sef Moodshed if It come cityitit Isnt It funny that you iitfve Knew nil these things Then at dayltfeok Bal t dos insisted on bringing me iidtd to await the news from the pass It Was safer mid besides he said he had another t object In coming back at once Beverly flushed warmly The three = women were crowding about the narrator eagerly drinking In her naive story We came In through one of the big gates and not through the underground passage That was a fib said Can dace looking from one to the other with a perfectly delicious twinkle in her eye TJie conspirators gulped and smiled guiltily Baldos says there is a very mean old man here who is tor meeting the fairy princess not the real princess you kno v He came back to protect her w lch was very brave of hint I am sure Where Is my brother she asked suddenly anxious lIlIe is with friends Dont be alarmed dear said Y the uIIe Is changing clothes tooHe needs clothes worse than I needed these Does he say positively that Ga briel has been captured Yes Did you not know of it I was sure It would happeu You pnsfleUciu her eyes I was thlnkin of the time when I wore mens clothes she said Unlike yours mind were most uncomfortable It was when I aided Mr Lorry In es caping from the Tower I wore a guards uniform and rode miles with him In a dark carriage before he dis covered the truttF She blushed at the remembrance oC that trying hour And I wore boys clothes at a girls party oncemy brother Dans said Beverly The hostess brothers came twine unexpectedly and I had to sit behind a nsc for an hour I didnft see much fun In boys clothes You ought to wen them for a week sale Caudace wise In experi ence They are not so bad when you become accustomed to them that Is If theyre strong and not so tight that they iYou all love Baldos dont you in terrupted Yetlve It was with difficulty that the listeners suppressed their smilesBetter than nay one else He is our Idol Oh your highness if what he says Is true that old man must be a fiend blaldos a spy Why he has not slept day or night for fear that we r r would not capture Gabriel so that ne might be cleared of the charge without appealing toto my brother rItt has always been loyal to you the girl said with pager eloquence I know dear rind Uhiive known all ucqulttedCount yInHow j an you uphold him Yetijve after sguft he has said about me cried Beverly with blazing eves Beverly Beverly you know I dont cowurdhIllalnanti he sliiUl be punished never fear I cannot condone that one amazing place of wickedness on his part You then are the girl Btildos talks so injiich about cried Candace eager ly You ate Miss Calhoun the fairy 04Thehaiul and looked Into her eyes with ad miration iintl approval Beverly coiilil have crushed her In her arms The sounds of shouting came up to the windows from below Outside men were rushing to hud fro 111 there were signs of mighty demonstrations at till gates The people have heard of the cap ture said Candaceas calmly as though she were asking quo to have la cup oCt a l pounding at the boudoir 100l open unceremoniously byAnguishI group opioblemen conversed excitedly with the Avomen of the castle Ycrthewarden says that Gabriel Is In his cell again Heres to Prince Dantan Itavope was standing in tile door Candace ran over and leaped Into hls arms CHAPTER XXIX 0 VVOX13 was handsome In his borroAt d clothes He was now the clean Immaculate gentle man Instead Of the wretched vagabond of the hills Even Beverly was surprised at the change In him ills erstwhile sad and melancholy face was flushed and bright with happiness The kiss he bestowed upon the delighted Candace was tender In thbextreme Then putting her aside he strode over and gallantly kissed the hand Qf Grau starks princess beaming an ecstatic smile upon the merry Beverly an In stant later Welcome Prince Duntan said Yetlve A thousand times welcome All Graustark is your throne most glorious Yetlve That is why I have asked to be presented here and not In the royal lulll below said Ravoue You will wait here with us then to hour the good news from our warden tnld the princess Send the courier tome shin commanded Such sweet news should be received in the place which is dearest to me jn all Gruu BturkV l ministers and the lords and la tiles of the castle were assembled in the room when Baron Dangloss ap peared with the courier from the pris bu Count Marlaux was missing He wfis on his way to the fortress a crushed furious impotent old man In lils quarters lie was to art and wait for the blow that he knew could not be averted In fear and despair hiding his pain and his shame he was rack Ing his bistlii for means to lessen the force of that blow TIc could withdraw the Charges against Baldos byt he could not soften the words he had said nud written ot Beverly Calhoun lie was not troubling himself with feat because of the adventures In the chapel Cnd passage He kuew too well how ydfve1 could punish when her heart was fyftter against an evildoer Gran stark honored and protected Its wo men tro11l4h1Chie prisoner was again in custody Briefly he related that a party of men led by Prince Dautau had appeared that day bringing the fugitive prince uninjured bu crazed by rage and dis- nppolntment They had tricked him Into following them through the hills intent upon slaying his brother Dan tan There could be up mistake as to Gabriels identity Inj conclusion the warden Implored her highness to send troops up to guard the prison in the mountain side lIe feared an attack In force by GabHcls army Your highness said r orrf I have seat Instructions to Colonel feraze re quiring him to take a large force of men into the pass to guard the prison Gabriel shall not escape again though all Dawsbergeu comes after hlm1t You have but little to fear from Dawsbergen said Ilavone who was seated near the princess Candace at his side Messages have been brought to me from the leading nobles of Daws bergen assuring me that the populaces secretly eager for the old reign to be resumed Only the desperate fear of Gabriel and a few of his bloody but loyal advisers holds them In check Believe me Dawsbcrgeus efforts to release Gabriel will be perfunctory and half hearted In the extreme lie ruled like a madman It was his In tense implacable desire to kill his brother that led to his undoing Will it b j strange your highness If Daws bergen welcomes the return of Dantan In his stead The story The story of his cap ture Tell me the story came eagerly from those assembled Ravone lean ed back languidly his face tired and drawn once more nsif the mere re calling of the hardships past as hard to bear j First your hlghness may I advise you and your cabinet to send another ultimatum to tIre people of Dawsber gen he asked This time say to them that you hold two Dawsbergen princes In your hand One cannot and will not be restored to thorn Thei oth er will be released on demand Let the embassy be directed to meet the Duke of Mafz the premier lie Is now Avlth the army not far from your frontier May it plea e your highness I have myself taken the liberty of dispatching three trusted followers with the news of GubrlelVcfipture The two Bn P and Cart VaudOs are speeding to the frontier Your embassy will find the Dukeof Mate In possession ot all the facto lie Duke of Matz I am reliably ins formed sonic day is to beifather in air to Dawsbergeu smilingly said Yet ye- shall not Svouder if lie responds most favorably to an ultimatum Rajvone and Caudace eXQhnnedg- lll11 es of amusement the latter brejak lug into a deplorable little gurgle of laughter I peg toi inform you that Uti dukjers frtniithemarried Lieutenant Alsunol of the roy al artillery and Is as happy as a but terfly Captain Baldos could hojvc told you how the wayward young 1yom mi dollw her father and laughed at tie beggar prince Captnip BaldoS Is an exceedingly discreet person Beverly volunteered He has told no tales out of school 4I am reminded of the fact thin ybu gave your purse into my keeping one memorable diY the day whn we parted from 6ur best friends at Gaii looks gates I thought you sere fa princess and you did not know thatll understood English That was a soe Uiehearthim sis he hates his own brpthet Steadfastly has Baldos refused to join us In the plot to seize Prince Gabrie He once took an oath to kill hjm on sight laud J was so opposed to this that he had to be left out of the final ad ventures Please tell us how you succeeded ftf capturing that your half brother cried Beverly forgetting that It was reCJHstheaudlence IveiHAt another time I shall rejoice Iri telling the story In detail For the present let me ask you to be satisfied with the statement that we tricked him by means of letters into the Insane hope that he could capture and slay his half brother Captain Baldos sug ge ted the plan Had he been arrested yesterday 1 feel It would have failed Gabriel was null Is Insane Wcii ledi him a chase through the Graustark hills until the time was ripe for the final act His small band of followers fled at our sudden attack andhe was taken almost without a struggle not ten miles from the city of Edelweiss In his made ravings we learned that his- chlcCdcilrp was to kill his brother and sister aid after that to carry put the plan that has long been In his mInd He was coming to Edelweiss for the sole of entering the castle by the mulqrgrounoTpassage with murder Jn JjJs hfeflrt Gnbjjcl was morning to kill the r1ncess Yetlve and Mr IIe has never forgotten the love he bore for the princess nor the hatred lie owes his rival It was the duty of Captain Baldos to see that he did not enter the passage fh the event that he eluded lie in the hills F Later it the day the Princess Yetlve received from the gaunt hawkish old man In the fortress a signed statement withdrawing his charges against Bal dos the guard Marlanx did not ask for leniency It was not In him to plead If the humble withdrawal of charges against Baldos could mitigate the punishment he knew Yetlve would Impose all well and good If It went for naught lie was prepared for the worst Down there In his quarters with win before him lie sat anti wait ed for the end He knew that there was but one fate for the man great or Beverly knew that it was a faded royei small who attacked a woman In Grau stark His only hope was that the princess might make an exception In the case of dne who had been the head Of the army but the hope was too small fo cherish Baldos walked forth a free man the plaudits of the people In his ears Baron Dail gloss and Colonel Quinnox were beside the tall g iard as he came forward to receive the commendations and apologies of Graustarks ruler and the warm promises of reward from the man he served He knelt before the two rulers who were holding court 0n the veranda The cheers of nobles the shouts of sol diery the exclamations of the ladles did not turn his confident head He was the born knight The look of tri umph that he bestowed upon Beverly Calhoun who lounged gracefully be side the stone balustrade brought the red flying to her chtU He took some thing from his brenst rind held It gal lantly to his lips before all the assembled courtiers Beyerly tagjathat It was a faded rose Continued next we k r I Lazy Lijr1 Y rmiseryand from your liver tryingtolief that YQU will be all right ia a day or twoare you deliberately neglecting the- warning of outraged Nature cdmmi ting believingneed medicine If you are the sooner you commence the ofDr CaldweUsLaxative Syrup Pepsin the better iWill be for you YourliveryourliverBoth you and your liyer will be bettst livers than eve- rDRCALDWEI4S SYRUP PEPSIN can both dollar and half dollar lzeSft m all druggists Your moiety will be refunded if If does not you j Your postal card request will bring by rets rdall our new oklet DR CALDWEL BOOK Off WONDERS and free ta those who have foyer tried this irondadbl remedy Send todaytPEPSIN SYRUP CO- MattINile lllhs Sold by The Rid Crm DrvcStira Mr House holder It has always been BIT dnirt to is cure Jar my cus tome the best pf everything ati possible As regards paint in particu pleaedto thorpughinestigationT have accepted the agencyfor densed Paint 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Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown if Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Rms Telephone Day 19 Night 74 A Modern Miracle Truly miraclous seemed the tecoy ery f Mrs Mollie Holt of this lacep writes OR Hopper WoodfordTennr uqha was so wastea by coughing U puss from her lungs Doctors declared her end so near tint her family had fortyeighthoursKinrrs New Discovery tiers ktaherwith the astonishing result that im provement began and cohtutu duntil she f completely recovered tMd ka heilthywoman today Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds 5Oc and LOS Trialbotkfree 4 2 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAYJULY 181906j f oJ IiN AND ABOUT THE ME1ROPOUS1 INew York Just at Present Ashamed of Her HurryThe Tube B J The Wonderful Big S lunderI NEW YORK ThC selfconfident11 hurry of Now York has received a hard setback in the revelations conftorntng the tunnel tube under the Eust river luthe fraullc rush to get things fin ished tc outdo tllti natural processes to defy the limitations of edianical construction New York makes frequeni blUhders lWd pays heavy penal 1 ties 1Justabout finished cpnias tho revelation through a statement made by Mayor McClellan that it Iras flattened so far that trains will not be able to run through Iti The announcement has created outiItJpexpertsslump but the fuqt that the tube is out of gear is not to be questioned Over the tube runs the tremendous body of water 0No tide in to world is heaVlerl and stronger for its gallons than the tide trait called the East river But its volume and its strength were known and everyone Is asking How could such a blunder be made jNaturally the disaster has not cpinforted or assured those who looked forward to travel in the tube If steel funnel could partly collapse when not in use what might have Happened if it were in use with heavy trains attuning through it The mayor says the mishap may delay the completion of the tunnel for 1WhetherThe city of tall has discovered a v new comfort and a fright is the new bUljllngs an old nIwhich Dr the Jl Ten is incurable It 11belghtfeellI1gislook out of a high window when Is open nor go near jthe edge of a high roof lest he yield to the impulse to throw himself over The doctor has studied this impulse in him self and He does not believe it can be cured The only thing to be done by those so afflicted is to keep away from high places All this at a time when sky restaurants are being widely advertised1 when the highest ilRardedPlace against this too the report of the Vienna physician to be dupll highergipfcstance 280 were contracted by persons living on first floors 192 by persons t an second floors 139 on third floors and only 23 by those living above the third Soori t High living then seems to have ootEj advantages and disadvantages diseasebutyouareiasing the stairs or elevator FLOATING HOTEL SKYSCRAPER ON A KEEL A lively appeal to the metropolitan imagina whichNew1week The KalserJn Augusta Victoria surely is thefarmsister ship to the Amerika of the same line but 4jshe is a bigger sister This leviathan of the seas has eight decks or above the water line She is a hotel skyscraperdtin a Heel She is more like a effect favored by the naming of oife promenade possiblebooth libraries a hi She has suites of rooms that In any way suites as carlereSlaurantSfashionable hotel Ordinary plate displace the portholes Elevators run from onifioor to anotheratonvenience necessitated by the number of floors to give one ji curious sensation when the sinking feeling Is combined with a lively roll 4n a high sea The Kaiser in Augusta Victoria Is said to be shady but jUie word is relative The fact that she is 122 feet wide gives guarantee of typeInIs a titiebrink of what is called to the exodus from Europe which is quite aIDifferent matter and not a show experience steadily continues There was rumor a scandal the other day In the manner in which emigrants were packed Into the ocean liners But I doubt if there Is much to complain of decentlyRacedSHE RICHEST MAN IN THE WORLD AT SEA DRockefelleviilnouncement is made and denied It will be made weekIflemp1thegreatly He dislikes a great many things Some of the things he dislikes he is rich enough to seehismust go In a boat and trhe goes In a boat he cant hope to go Inc guito Everybody will know lockhimselfea new experience Detectives process servers reporters college presidents may be at his elbow any moment There will be no way of avoiding hasIanythingbutilm Wo cannot say the world is his for he cannot enjoy the world and jt the same time be alone To enjoy the world we must go into the world This Mr Rockefeller does not like to do Perhaps he does not dare He tt safe from being kidnaped on a ship but he is not safe from other dangers jtie Is pretty nearly as badly off as a man without a country 1INTERESTING OURIOS AT THE GREAT MUSEUM growInfinest collections in nil the world seems not far off Mr J Plerpont Morgans gift of the biggest mastodon skeleton I have already described Now comes the announcement thin the museum hits on view the finest collection of laces on earth byIIatlamperts who says that never in history has such a collection of priceless traceries been brought to theMetropolitanwas cataloguingThe capeUmteasily worth 15000 Various more antique speci possibleto personISlike sensationalism In Madame Kubaseks opinion the study of laces is In mfort out of their ignorance The shopgirls cape costing 138 gives her much comfort as the real thing and she would doubtless be of the opinion ttiat it looked even prettierSOne thing the average person has not guessedthat some of the old Ripe pieces show astonishing pictures woven in thread A fifteenth century pltar piece which I just seen Is a wonderful revelation of the artistic JMnf of this curious art t 4t JfeU OWEN LANGDON ri Tatham Springs Hotel Open m 51 The water has actually cured cases of Bright s Disease Diabetes Gravel Rheumatism Cystitis Gastric and Intestinal Catarrhs Jaundice every form of Dyspepsia and many oilier diseases The scenery around tile Island and Hotel is picturesque the fishi g and boating superb Carey Island on which the Hotel is located is high and dry containing bout six acres The Hotel is well ventilated with broad verandas on every side andis equipped with all modern improvements and is conducted by Mrs S E Worriallin all departments in the very best manner The following are the rates gBOARDPERDAYa TI 2OO I BOARD PER WEEK l = t l t 1000 BOARD PER MONTH a i is 11 r 35OO 1 Mrs S E WornatI Manager Tatharn Springs Hotel How to Prepare Iced Peaches rare and quarter some ripe yellow peaches dust them with powdered sugar and put Into a self sealing glass jar adjusting the rubber and the lid securely says the Kansas City Star Bury in ice and salt until thoroughly chilled not frozen about a half hour longer Serve in small sherbet at the beginning of a meal as n delightfully refreshing appetizer on a hot summer tiny or with plain or whipped cream as a very dainty des cert Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy This is a perfectly reliable medicine for bowel complaints undone that has never been known to fail even to the most severe and dangerous cases For sale by every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Twenty Reasons Why You Should Oppose the Saloon r EXCHANGe M ft never buihls tip manhood but tears it down 2 it never beautifies the home but often wrecks it 3 It never increases ones use fulness but lessens it 4 It never allays the passions but inflames them 5 It never stills the tongue of slander but loosens it It never promotes purity of thought but poisons it 7 It never empties almhouses and prisons but fills them 8 It never protects the ballot box but defiles it 9 It never makes happy families but miserable ones 10 It never prepares one for heaven but for 11 It never prompts to right doingin anything but to wrong 12 It never diminishes taxes with all its revenue but increases them 4 13 In never renders the Sabbath quiet but desecrates itrF T4 It never protects lour property or personal safety tut endan gers them 15 It never helps one to get a good insurance policy on his life but militates against it 16 It neyer creates ambition and thrift but invites laziness profli gacy poverty idleness and crime 17 It never builds up the church but peoples the station house pris ons and chaingangs 18 It never refines character nor promotes Christian gravel but is a destroyer f the soul 19 It never teaches honesty and uprightness but incites the incendiary to apply the midnight torch 20 It never protects man but familyhappinessand all endearments of life F t JiBigger and Better Than Ever t THE GREAT pringfield Fair II SPRINGFIELD KYH II AUGUST 151806 H I Ti t Show fling and Floral Hall s bigger than ever band Plenty free attractions each da- yFINE i J STOCK EXHIBITS H I tJr r t- Plenty of refreshments of every kind to be had on the grounds Everybody lay aside foil care and come and enjoy yourselves for one week r lBt LITSEY PreSA KIMBALLdec- I 11 1 r J ISISSuIlSSIlSiIS J The Sun and Daily Herald for 200 r IN THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 BASE BALL Springfield Has Secured llew Players and Improved the Grounds Thp generous public spirit of our citi zens wasinever better shown than in the manner in which the Stock Com pany to secure a firstclass ball team was organized In less than a day a stockof 500 was sold and vork begun on the grounds By this means a lie sport is publicly supported anjd wholesome recreation is afforded New players have been secured and these with the players already signed make pur team the equal of any semiprofessional team in the Etate The team as now composed is as follows Wurley Rob inson and Colvin pitchers Medley an- dO x catchers Scott Stratton 1st base Eldjridge 2nd base Grimmins ssKirk ham 3rd base Moss LF Cox or Min ley CF Roy Stratton RF Rich Spal ding and Perry Marks utility players A schedule is being made out and the test teams of Kentucky and Indianna wAIl be seen here during the season The schedule for this week is The Louisville B au e rs for Wednesday Thursdayand Friday jNext week the dreenwoods of India na come for a series of two games flus team is led I by Meekin the old Itfational Leaguer and claims the campionship of Ken tuchy and Ihdianna These are follaw LoqivlUeIternoonleagueA encloses the grounds and the grounds are generally improved JNo lover of sport can complain ofl the character of play now furnished for the article of hall played would do credit to some ol the leagues Jim Cox the heavyhitting center fielder gets his usual high ball in very game not however of the Mt Sterling brand I Scott Stratton the old reliable Is rapidly rounding into form andregai lug his batting eye Roy Stratton will be out of the games this week on account of sickness r Steve is still the Black Cat Watch our new players dig em up Dont miss the Glenwood games Watch The Sun each week for the official writeup and score of thegame It will printa complete report r Modest Claims Often Carry he Most ConvictionsJ When Maxim en tor placed his gun before Tcommititee iof judges he stated its carrying power to be much below what he felt sure the gun would accomplish The result of surpriseinstead ChamberlainsRemedy They do not publicly bpast of all thisremedy will accomplish but prefer to let the users make the state ments What they do claim is that it- will postively cure diarrheoa dysentery Fains in the stomach and bowels and itas never been known to fail For theBlueSILVER LAKE J Mr Alvin iFoster was in your town TEaesday on business Neighbors and friends met at the home of Mr mid Mrs J W Perkins Sunday evening to bid Mr and lfrsi Perkins goodbye They leaye for Illi Dais Wednesday Those present were Mr E T Perkins and wife of Card well Mr and Mrs L E Perkins and BatI9 Keep Your Nerve ilt is nerve energy that runs The organs ofyour body The nervefcellscordV and from this battery nerve force is sent out through VjV the system of nerves To keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you have nOt the organs work imperfectly the circulation IS appetit caches pains and misery are ithe penalty You can keep the systerii jestrong with Dr Miles Nervine Et assists in generating nerve energy it strengthens theV nerves and mak s the whole system strong and vigorous L tako pleasure recomMending JDr TMileft N to those Buffering Itrora nervous prostration insomnia and m several months from above diseases I tried this medicine and found Immo fl3ate relief It soothes nna strength cna tho nerves chasps away the gloomy and depressing thoughts and engthindetorer JDDQH JACOB SEEMANN- Madlaon WisConsin Or Mites l1eart Cure 1sold by will guarantee that the first bottle will benefit If It falls 4k Will refund your moniy plUcf Medical Co Elkhart Ind tie atr YT Phillips of Texas MrsI Daniel Motherly and daughter Miss Effie of Willisbug and Mr Everitt Pinkston of Pleasant Grove Mr and Mrs Perkiis are good neighbors and we dislike to give them up but trust that they Sill bo happy and contented in their neV homeV Mr W Mv Fostjer vas in Cornishville the last of the weak on business Elyian Perkins sold a bay horSe to J W Perkins of Card well for 105 J W Perkins sold one milkcow to S E Harjow for 25 Reynolds Perkiite bought of Rob ert Cutsinger one fine horse for 150 E L Perkins visited his aunt at Bat tle Sunday Elvian Perkins left Wednesday morning fr Illinois where he expects to make his future hon1L BeatsTheMusic Cure To keep the body in tune Writes Mrs Mary Brown 20 Lafayette Place DrKJngsNewliable and pleasant laxative I have found Best the Stomach Livet HaydonTATHAM SPRINGS We are having plenty of rain af present arid crops ai e looking fine Mr Hollas Soinmers of Georgetown is spending this week with friends here Mrs Wor all hQuite a number of guests at present VVG W Shirley and wife visited M V Couch and family last Sunday Effie Keeling spent Tuesday night with Eva Pinkston The people around here seem to be much interested in the local option fight and we are glad to know that TheSun is helping us out so much Mr and Mrs Wycoff of Mackville spent Sunday at the hotel here May Live 1 00 Years The chances of living a full century arc excellent in the case of Mrs Jennie Duncan of Haynesville Me now 70 years old tric Bitters cured me Qf Chronic Dyspepsia of 20 yearsstanding and made me feel as well and strong as a young girl Electric Bitters cure Stomach and Lives dis eases Blood disorders General debil ity andbodily weakness Spld on a guar antee at C J Haydons drug store Price only 50 GIRLS STOP A RUNAWAY JEwb Brave Misses Riskfliives in Ending Mad Dash of Dray Wagon Team Minneapolis Minn The presence of mind of two telephone operators who are employed at the Twin City tele phone offices brought to an abrupt ending the mad career of a team of runaway horses hitched to a heavy dray wagon the other morning It was at the time that Miss Lil han Palmer and Miss Ella Peterson were being relieved for 15 minutes that they saw the team approaching at a blind gallop down the street The girls left their seats In front of the building and wIllIe Miss Peterson ran to the side of the road and caught the flying reins Miss Palmer circled to the other side of the horses and screamed Between the two the horses were startled into obedlenca to the tugging or the lines and they were brought to a stop within a few feet of the spot The horses lad evidently been standing waiting for the driver when they wOre frightened either at a ear or ah automoliile and started running Fortunately there were no obstacles as In the maddened condition of the animals it Is doubtful If accidents could have been avoided had teams or people been in their courseV LIGHT TEST FOR GEMS How to Prove GcnulncncHH of Pre claws Stones It has rciquently been asserted says J A Key u jeweler in the St Louis GJobeDcmocrnt that there are certain kinds of nriliicnlly made gems in tact IvbelicVe the statement has been made to covet nil kinds of such stonesthat It is not only Impossible practically for the layman to detect them but that even experts are often deceived This Is u mistake however for by the simple light test any gem except u peurlmay be proved false or real by the varlest tyro at such an un dertaking i assume that the light test as re gards diamonds Is comparatively well known and this Is the same test that may be applied to emeralds rubles and gemWrectlythe eye and a light held at a distance of about afoot from the stone and preferably this light should be a can dIe In the base of u diamond but one light will be seen clearly through tho stone wll It It Is bogus no mat ter hoW ninch expert care my have been bestowed upon Its making a hundred lights may ho observed hone ot them clearly defined With other gems the best method of waiting them is by superimposing top cutting of garnet on il base often mere colored glass When it is held between the light and tho eyeV therefore this line of Juncture Impossible of detection under ordinary circumstances will appear like a black line Thats just how simple it is to detect farlsandmake a detection without tests that are not convenient for the layman io un dertake As a rule however a pearl of generous proportions nnd exceptionally good color is always open to BUS oiclon VVV FATHER HO ARTY Will speak at Bellwo d picnic in Nelson county Monday July 23 at 3 oclock in the interest of veningJulyknows his subject and handles it with skillV tHOWS A Few How Which Will Assist You If You Will Re member t It is an old auaxltn that fire Is agopd AsrvnnV but a himl master Shake pOao wroteHA little lire Is quickly irodden out which byinjr suffered rlv jrs cannot quench Fires are the re nilts of accident of spontaneous corn iustion and of design If they have eqii accidental the cause can general s 10 discovered and it will be found they might have bw n prorntcd If the Xoilovrliig precautions are taken fires Iroiu accident or spontaneous couibus Ion will seldom occur Keep your house store or factory lean Newer allow rubbish such as paper ags cobwebs old clothing boxes etc o accumulate in closets and unused rooms Never keep gasoline or benzine about the premises fNever fill your coal oil lamps after lark or near an open lire Never run your stove pipes through i wooden partition or through the roof without proper protection Never allow your Jluruace steam or lot water pipes to como in contact with ivood Never put up gas brackets so they au be swung against the wooden win low casings or against or Immediately luther curtains Never put ashes in a wooden recep acle in or about your premises Never keep iuatclics in any but metal r earthen safes and when you light ne never throw it on the floor Never aljow smoking in proximity to nllammable merchandise or materials Nevyr take an open light to examine l gas meter or into a closet Never read In bed by candle or lamp IghtINever close up your place of business vlthout going over the entire premises 0 see that all fires and lights arc safer extinguished Never forget that carelessness and icgllgonce are the cause of over two hirds of nit fires Never forget to have pulls or buckets ind water near at hand for Immediate iso In case of emergency How to Put n Patch on n Tire It is highly important of course that when a patch is to be put on a tire It mail be done In the best style It Is equally Important at times to remove patch and then the better the work tvas done in the first place the harder t will be to undo it One of the best igciits to use for this purpose is an or linary flatiron It should be heated through but should not be made too not an1tII best way to get the proper temperature is to immersoit for a time n boiling water This yvill not make the iron so hot that it will injure the tire and after it has bcen placed upon ipatch for a few minutes thp cement will soften nicely When this domestic appliance is not at hand agood substl ute may be found in a clean hammer lend which may he heated by placing t for a time on the exhaust pipe or the jylinder liead Care should be taken aot to have the metal too hot antI In the use of a flatiron tho boat results he safest that +may be obtained by aoldlng the iron close to the patch but aot actually In contact with It HOTV to Mnke n Complexion Soap An ideal soap for the complexion Is Made by tithing oatmeal castile soap and carbolic acid saystlie Boston Her lid The oatmeal should be boiled until It has thp consistency of thick Jelly then the castilo soap should be shaved 3ne and reduced to a paste with the iddition of a little water after which she two must be mixed together hi pro portion of two parts castile to one part atineal A vigorous stirring is then jlvcn the rnbctureand during the proc a small quantity of peroxide of by Irogeh or diluted carbolic acid Is add m altcaspoonfui to each quart of the soap should then be allowed to cool and when hard may bo jut up Into cakes of the size most pre ferred Oblong pieces about an Inch bog and wide by half an inch thick nrlll be found more convenient than my other sizeVDon to Vc EKKM For Dynentery urn egg is considered the best of emedles for dyscnterjt says Health Beaten up slightly with or without tugar and swallowed at a gulp It eads by Its emollient qualities tc less Hi the Inflammation of the stomach md Intestines and by forming a fran ilent coating on these organs e nbles laturo to resume her healthful sway ever a diseased body Two or at most hree eggs per day would beaU that required In o ordinary cases and since jgg Is not merely medicln but food is well thi1 lighter the diet other lso ind the qu etcrthe patient is kept the nore certntyi and rapid the recovery Iloirjto Make Ten Poach For a tea punch take one quart of rood tea made to the proportion of our teaspoonfuls of good tea to one juart of boiling water five table ipoonfuls clvar lemon jliice two table ipoonfuls juice from tart oranges two cant cupfuls granulated sugar antj one int apolllilaris water Stir the lemon md Orange Juice together lUll put them nfL a puncli bowl with the teat the ipolliiiaris and a couple of large pieces f ice If possible add a handful of cesh raspborries but If these are not it hand use in their place an equal juantity of pineapple ilice low tonniiiMh Iiimectw Prom Plfintn Ifnllr Itlsc its nip found oii your ilants apply sulphotobacco soap In rusion at once says Outing Begin the Ight against ilisocts early In the day ind half the battle is won but If you et them alone until they have Intrench hi themselves on all your plants jyoti will Ibid the tusk of getting rid of benia most difficult one A stitch In lime saves nlnhyon know llovr o Wash Line Flannel Dresden The little blue flannel dresses that are so serviceable and that are a part of the wardrobe of every small girl may be washed satisfactorily If these directions are followed says the New YorkMoil Boll a quarter of a pound of jellow soap In three liuarts of water slicing the soap into thin shavings and letting it boll until it Is all dissolved Fill a tub with lukewarm water and add enough of the hot soapsuds to make a good lather Dip the dress In and rub It welljbut do note nIb any soap on It leave a white mark Wring It ou with the hands not with a wring 2r because it creases it badly Wash In another water with a little more of the soapsuds If it is much soiled Then wring it again and dip into lukewarm water to rinse it nnd make it very blue with the blue bag Shake it out thoroughljrafter wringing it and dry in the shade until damp enough to iron on thp wrong side It must not be dried entirely before It is ironed Colored woolen or cotton stock wayandkeep the colors from running Instead of blue water 1 Iow to Starch Thin Walntv In these days of thin shirt waists and delicate neckwear Tc is sometimes a problem for the housewife to know just bow to treat the waists and laces so that they will not be too stiff says the Philadelphia Press The following rule is an excellent one Dissolve a tablespoonful of gum arabic In about three quarts of water and dip the arti des to be starched into this liquid Wring them out and dry them where they will not freeze After drying sprinkle them roll them up and iron as usual Tile gum arable will not stick to the iron and it gives tp the muslins and lawns only the same amount of stiffness that is found in new goods Once tried you will not use starch In your delicate fabrics again The gum arable can be bought for 35 cents pr pound and much cheaper at the whole sale druggists An Inferior grade Is as good for this purpose as a high priced qualityV How to Remove Wart and Corn So far I have never seen a wart that would not yield to this simple home treatment If persevered with for a few weeks and In fact stubborn corns will be relieved If not entirely cured in the same way Buy of your druggist 10 cents worth of the very best and freshest cold pressed castor oil and moisten thoroughly the wart or corn three or four times a day it possible or oftener with a clean toothpick wrapped with a little absorbent cot ton dipped in the oil Should the part feel sore discontinue the treatment a day then start again and you will bo much pleased with the result How to Get Rut of Lance Stone To get rid of a large stone make the stone very hot on one side only pour water on it to make It crack and help It along with a heavy hammer says Tom Watsons Magazine Another way In the winter Is to bore a hole pretty well Into the stone fill with water and plug It The force of the water firmlyihUt crack the stone Still to make a hole In the direction of the veins or cleavage YllnderitIron How to Renovate Chiffon To rejnovato old chiffon makea lath orV with good white soap and let the saysthoIn the water and pass through the fin gcrsbut do not rub It put it Into clean water and change this until it becomes quite clear take half a cupful of wa ter and dissolve a bit of pure gum ara bit In it then adda few drops of white vinegary dip the chiffon Into It do not squeeze or wring but lay It between folds of soft white muslin and pat gen tly with the hand Iron It with a mod erately hot lroi on tile wrong side placing tissue paper under the Iron Albert OBrien a tax collector killed himself in Patterson N J to avoid arrest ftr dOfalcationV Lightning killed one person and seii ously injured four others in Chicago 4 i to 1 Investigation t snows that many good Avatdhes NQmatis the matter with yours bet terl IHAVE ME fix IT A whole lot of damage can he those who are nQt inc with the delicate mechanism We know watches mId can repair them ps they should be Bring me yours if I it doesnt go just right i VJA5JGRAVESVI CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH GO VniCoarOxATnDLong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section ofthe country We solicit your patrqnage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsurpassed tlAMES E CALDWELL Frcildent M Oonl Manager ThePuliIishrs- ClaimsSustained IM8Ig popu meeditedltieterdetaiLpurpose of adapting it to meet the larger gencraIas it now stands has been thoroughly ro InIseverer requirements qr a generation which moro of popular generationtlitit tertotho highest authority in accurucyot defini futuronsIn1liepatitwIU QUAULES OKOTT Chief LAWREXE JOHN sWELbONi J FELL riiAUTva HOWllY uat4 tCne nbmft refcfSVoTTEBSTERS INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY THE GRAND PRIZEI the Jilgbestnward was given to the Internsthe Worlds Fair St Louis airTHE LATEST AND BEST Jou idH interested in our spcclmtti i a0e4 tent fre- eGCMERRIAMCO PunUSHERs SPRINGFIELD MA86 W3TtSVS SUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are sUb- scribers to The Sun may Jnsort free ot charge advertisements of wheat corn oats and other orwantooLulUsorted In another department of the paper at very low rates Hugh Stiles near town will sell On next county court day 20 head jof ohe and two year old mulesV j Clarkson Stiles Co have for sale 200 nice Western ewes Sherman Martin Springfield haa for sale a black mare with mule by her side one good steer calf eight geese and a good sow and pigs Robert Thompson Willisburg R F D No1 has for sale two number one milk cows also three sows and rigs B J Cecil Rout 2 has for sale a young Duroc boar thoroughbred B B Waters Springfield has for sale a good Jersey cow i JV D Sutherland Springfield Rt 3 has for sale 1000 30 inch boards Henry Hickerson Mackville has fQr- 1ale four headof steqis- of good grade Robert Mayes Springfield has for sale some pure bred Belgian hares Price reasonable Come and see hen hasfor Chamberlains Colic Chotera Ie Diarrhea Remedy Almost family has need ofa reliable remedy for colic or diarrhea at some time during the ycarl rommendedby many years and know ks value It has received thousands of testimonials from grateful people phyl reulsIthaiohenavdWefo medicine could have been sent for or a physician iumrnondVIt only costs a quarter Can you nfford to rkso much for so lit v BUY IT NOW flj4ijijnj LELAND HUMEV8t ey Asat CeiVl MgrV T D IIrSpringfield Market Bacoa Hums 15o Sides 12Ho Beo wax Zlc pr pound Butter 15c to por pound Chickens Hcn89Ho Spriflg9dVr Dried apples 5c per poundV8c per pound Corn Meal 75c to 80a per bushelVEggslQc perdozou Feathers45u per POUfldVV FlouriJfl6to Qinseug perVpoundVOrnln XVheat Kin corn tOe Oats Hides Green 9Hc to lOfcc Lard lOc per poundfLime to lloo per barrel Mill productaHBran 80 sbipstnff pet 100 pounds Potatoes Cot ntrySOc Onlozts1OOIVTurkoys ppr pound VV Tallow 4o per pondVV Vfnegar 25o to 4oc per gallonVWool Bnrrr and greasy 14KocIoar of grease S0c tub washed 28cV Country Sorghum 45c to tOoVQeesoBOc a poles Illinois Central VRV t CerulianDawsonCalifornia and Colorado low round Rates toV points in Mississippi Louisiana Arkan andTexasof each month Excursion rates daily to Hot Sprfags 4rkansas Through personally conducted Excur CaliforniaArizona Full particulars by addyessingV F W HARLOW D P A VLouisville KyV J iV Commissioners Sale Washington Circuit CourtV rMONDAY july 23 1906 vsTercsaBy virtue of a judgment and order of Courtrenderedabove styled Cause Ishah proceed to inSpringfield 4 thereaboutbeingand best bidder at public auction upon thefollowingsufficient thereof to produce the sum so Ordered to be made A tract of land situated in Washing ton county Kentucky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone cornerVDowlingthencecorner to J R Blanford thence N 2VBMontgomery samethencethe south edge of the St Rose and Lo edgeofpolesthence thebeginning i squtre poles rtore or TessVAMMQUNT TO BE RAISED 85550MrsV75Q15Estimat Total 16806lV For th purchase price the purcbser securityorlegal interest from date of sate untilpaid and haying the force and effect of preperedtocomplyM4 G M C W C C Three persons werekilledmka trade roaeinff in Ewt l CWVV THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 18JI 1 tfr1 ij = t CAS1I for qALi r ftti In the Future I will Do a Cash Business Allowing er I f Ahead on Goal when the coal is purchase here We do not raise prices on everY rumor of a miners strike or a block F on therailroads Not until the actual cost to us ad vances do we charge more and then r the increase is a fair one ItsToo IIOT ForTUEDENIL rTV tit Yi HIGHEST PRICES HIDES FURS L w l i r L f L ic2 1 11t1 I PAY CASH ti f 1Wr V tt JH Y Ct tI JONES II stitMl hiTT + f oJolottott + + + + + + + + W WWWWWW WW AID TO INJURED flow to Save the Small Boy Af ter the Fourth of July- t- Perhap this may seem Tike seeking trouble bit if mothers would act upon these hlnt they might save themselves many unavailing tears and regrets for boys Will burn hands and faces on the glorious Fourth of July And lockjaw is but too apt to follow such burns This dread malady comes not so from burns from carelessly wjmndsIt to dress a wound at all tha touch it with unsterilisjcd hands ntnot permit a wound made by a cker or toy to heal until you ave a surgeons word that Uphisthought little nf but so long as a bit of the wadding is left In the rwound there Is danger If the germs at lock Jaw are present In the blackened wad ding the danger is too grave to disre gard So a wise precaution for I mothers to proper nntlse1 c washes and bandages It not always possible to find a surgeon at once and so a wound may be made innocuous properly dressed until a doctor can be dangerousjAndwadding are as deadly as bullets More forboy will go to a doctor If wounded by a ball but Kb counts the wadding as nothing and dies of lockjaw t Every mother have a pore lain pltchernnd basin handy some safety pins a package of absorbed cotton and one of lodoform gauze a solution of lInseed oil and limewater a solution of boric acid flaxseed fpt poultices and a surgeons probe e carbolic solution has one teaspoouful l of carbolic acid to a pint of water Tho solution means a teaspoonful of Ithe acid to a glass of warm water Burns are the most frequent Injuries The pain Is great Girls and on this day be dressed In woo en garments so tar as is possible Mo than half the burns are received e cause of the filmy nature of the dresses worn oa this day A spark sets them afire If any one Is set on fjre he or she should be thrown to the ground and a shawl or rug or some other woolen article thrown about the This Is to protect the from fnbaling the fire After the fire is o dress the burns at once with the solu tion of linseed oil and water a little a t r T ats what weve heard is the rumor in the regions bel6w Its ow iiIg o their using a cargo of coal like we are serving to the public For a quick fire or nextwinters furnace youll be mighty thankful for our coal Its just as leap as others and W heat cant be beat Ask Nick he knows Let us boOk your order rI I PA FOR AND f + IIlI I 99 + j + + o- La i lht + T T T T T T T T LL+ + FIRST THE Celebration much as pistol it is obtain Is if so should should victim person WWWWWW WWWWW1t a time vvviuuiu nit nIr 11We ciuiil Ing sticks to the burned spot wet it with a little oil and cut it away from the wound Cover the burned place with the solution of linseed oil and limewater and swathe it in the antiseptic gauze If the patient suffers from the shock the body will grow cold pulse grow feeble and eyelids close and sometimes complete insensibility supervenes In that case apply hot bottles around the bot rub the arms and legs and apply mustard plasters to the wrists and soles of the feet If the patient Is conscious give milk or coffee but no liquor of any kind and send for the flimsy doctorat once an explosion tears the palm or i Inside of the hand the danger is great est anal calls for drastic measures The motber must be firm in this moment Here she SAVCS her boy from lockjaw The wound must not be touched by anything but sterilized implements and fabrics The basin Is to be put over a flame1 and the probe In the water find allowed to boil five minutes In the meantime the hands are to be washcSl in water as hot as can be borne wild antiseptic soap and touching nothing that has not been sterilized Remove the wadding with the sterilized probe bathe the wound with the sterilized water with carbolic In It Use absorb Lint antiseptic cotton to cleanse the wound and throw each piece aside aft er using but not In the water After the wound Is cleansed of all substances wrap it In lodoforui gauze and leave the rest to the surgeon Linseed and oil would calm the pain but as they are n entirely antiseptic It Is better to wait the arrival of the physician The prompt cleaning of the wound and the use of germicides In the solutions are far more Important at this time than relief from pain If these simple but necessary pre cautions are taken the long death list of our children would be made very much smaller Cured a Comrade of Cholera Mor bus and Saved His Lifef brd Army Encampment at Washington City a comrade from Elgin III was with cholera morbus and was in a criti HoughlandChamberlains Colic Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and believe saved hi yearlremany parties to the south and west always carry this remedy and have used NoIy every reliable dealer in the Blue Grass Youneedit SUNJt THE SIGN OFITHE PEOPLESI A STORY OF THE HEBREW STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM By the Highway and Byway Preacher CopyrigUt bj W Eton Scriptural Authority Exodus 111 1228 i 1Ling earnestlyoutacrosthe s s thoughwutchlngI when her search ing gaze was un rewarded a sigh escaped her and the lines ot anx ious taro upon tier face deepened She was aroused at last from her reverie by the bleating ora iamb tethered close by the door which now ameandp- rpssed Its soft moist nose In hep hand Looking down she patted thfl softlyNoe lamb but thought of you makes me anxious for Abidans return And again the woman lifted her eyes and searched the distant horizon but nothing was to be seen but th groups of lowlying huts of the He brews and an occasional tree or bush which moving In the breeze she tried ddvanclngfigurether eyes watched intently and sh found it neither advanced nor receded she knew she was mistaken For near expectinher n sent him far down In Egypt as soon tias Hoses had commanded the people to prepare for tho Passover and when the necessary time had elapsed for hf growIng woulswouldday arrived and th lamb had been chosen her anxiety ha Increased for in four days more the lamb slain and all of th wasrabe wore not behind th would perish as the Lord had said And that little under her eye all day long was a ce stant remindoT of the vital important of her sons return shIe HttttftHiiHifitHi ttitHi asked herself over and over agalnl and as the third day since the lamb had been chosen drew towards a close heltanxiety The little lamb gave a plaintive bleat as though he had entered into sym feeling with his mistress In her roubles Again the woman looked down and then dropping on the ground at his side she threw her arm about the gentle creature and having no one else to talk tOtor her husband was away at his tasks and the children were out she poured the andIpresslve bleat QhLamby why dont he come onesItar to the south pf where Abidan was at service I had hoped he would bring didIShe paused abruptly Yes she broke out at last swal lowing hard to keep down the sob We shall be sheltered behind thy blood And almost reverently she laid her hand upon the head of the mbIIBut what of Abidan What of Abidan The Lord has said He mould pass through the land and if Abidan my first born son be not wIth us In the house he will perish even as the Lord has said UUless and a new note of hope sounded in her voice = unless theeblood is sprinkled gives him shelter The though brought a glimmer of comfort to her heart and set her to thinking If her boy was far away Hesperesome mothers boy was in tier neighborhood who would need an progso wrap Jhqseilboutpressly that the lamb and the home tos or sheof shee see there might be who would need he selfding to her feet she bustled about her everey e little lamb approvingly and said sheltenno other place to go Surely God will be pleased to have It thus and per haps some other mother will look itBil sPit Y ourGoal Itw Easysaid bufliow We sell coal advice Advice is cheap t wbuyIt goes farther costs no more and heats t L Wtherand Up tn you trt buy coal of us ardrsave money op I + JLlltJItllt JfJ 1J1iItiItI1 Q11ta iI e nQtIafter my boy jf he return After her husbands return in the evening twllght and the simple meal had been partaken of she told him of her plaus and they net his approval Leaving thei older children to look after the younger ones and put them to bed she hastened off down the road for as she had studied over in her mindwhat she could do there had re curred to her mind that down the road a piece there lived a family that had had hard work in getting even the barest necessities of life The husband and father had been sick and whets he had failed to turn up at his task the supplies which Pharaoh had been met- Ing out to them were withdrawn and even the little lamb whih they had been able to save from the flock which had been taken from them when mis fortune overtook them had at last been given tip some weeks ago in order that they might obtain the provisions they needed The neighbors about them had been kind to them but every one found it hard work getting along and there was little that could be spare them But the Pasjcal lamb would be large enough for them and the v om- an as she hurried along quite forgot her own sorrow and anxiety in the joy of planning for the shelter of those who would not be provided for except as she gave of lJer own store There are the four children and fa ther and me and there are four of them so that there will be the ten Which Moses has declared was the proper number to partake of the Pascal meal she mused to herself as she hurried onward But whatof Abi dan she suddenly exclaimed stopping short and half turning around Where will he come In She had not thought of it before In her eagerness to help she had not considered that there would be it with her son Abidan What would be done with him when he should retqrn tremiIposes to waver But would happen to her needy neighbors If she failed to give them shelter I was a sharp hard struggle which she fought out there under the stars on aeed to retrace her steps and as oljten turned about and went forward and herI must go forward she cried t last as she drove back the tears and self1Bhness met and God will provide the Way wonrthoughte a pang of sonfow seized her hqart 10I give Place a fastest later tp the ter t thought VroIiI Y f1 11lIt III tit t for him elsewhere ff he did not As she neared the threshold of the house the sound of voices came through the open doorway and she motherwerelittle ones slept and it was for them they were planning 10h why is it that our lamb should j have been taken wailed the mother Has God forgotten us Shall we be shutout of the shelter and deliverance of Israel because of our lack No responded the father encouragingly Moses has said that the tam ily too little fora lamb or unprovided with a lamb shall he sheltered with a family more fortunate But whither shall we turn for such shelter None have bidden us The father paused unable to make reply and the mother continued Perhaps we will be able to find some place for our boy and girl andt It matters not so much about ourselves and she stifled a sob as it rose to her lIbs The rustle of garments in the door way caused her to firm and there stood her neighbor who said cheer flysThou and thyTchlldren shall eat the Passover with us Then shall come tomorrowat eventide when the lamb is to be slain TAnqhaving thus spoken the woman was gone The twilight is deepening and the householders throughout Goshen have solemnly and silently slain the littleilambs that bird been kept by them four days a mute reminder of the de liverance which God had promised to give them The blood has been caught In the tiasons and the bunches of hys sop have been dipped therein and their lintels and side pests ot the houae marked with the blood All have gone within but one The mother lIngers about the doorway and looks yearn ingly down the roadway Oh will he not come my Abidan criedtanswer the father came ands thettdoor With a sob she sank to the floor 8But what was that Hurried steps sound without With a glad crrt the mother springs to her feet and ll a thrice has thrown wide the door sailf boyrYeabut something within tells her that Gods lamb Is sufficient for all sodd ike lifts her heart to him In thanksgiving im which all Join i Daily H t1tUlpro MM irJSZ M ii r 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 e 4 TWELVEMOREDAYSIThe WALL COME TO A CLOSE NO WS THE TIME TO BUY COME TO SEE US There is going Jo be a change of firm August 1st Mr Joe S CIaybrooke having bought the interest of Mr Chas D Robertson The merchandiseingenuine bargains as the stock must be reduced in such a short time j r v halfpriceROBERTSON BROTHERS SPRINGFIELD KYI lilt1l 1iwa1 e nnn I SPRINGFIELD SUN Wednesday July 18 1906 I s ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY 1ISUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLAR In AdVance J ROGERS GOR Editor and Publisher lf SpringfieldKym118f as seconnclass matter I DEMOCRATIC TICKET FOR CONGRESS HUN BEN JON QN OF BARDSTOWNI NELSON COUNTY l r FOR APPELLATEJUDGE HONJ J P ELIZABETHTOWN HdPSOtOF CLEEK TY ROBERT NOE jfhe Danville News of July 13 says Hon Hubert Vreeland who is making a race fo Secretary of Skate paid this office an appreciated call today He was accompanied by Hon W D Claybropke of Springfield who The News is pleased to state will be an Assistant to the Secre tary of State Mr Vreeland by the splendi- way that head conducted th office of Commissioner of Agri cultuie La bor and Statistics ha clearly demons rated his eminent fitness to run any office within the gift of the people of this State and thai his labors will be appreciated win be evidenced by the largest vote of any candidate now before the people in the coming primar There is no office in the State Administration that has been 4dyanced so much + + + + + + to + + + + + li I iQy COLLEGE BUILDING I BOARDING DEPARTMENT Ii il ashis under his able and praiseworthy management He a young man in years but has that experience which is requisite to the splendid management 3f the office he seeks and his immense popularity will make him winner by a large majority Mr Cla Y brooke who is to be kn assistant is welland favorably known to Danville people having graduated With honors from the Law Department of OldCentreHe with the Class pf since twice represented Washing ton County in the State Legisla ture and has made abrilliant sec= d for himself in that body hav airstakena leading part in its af f recent session Mr laybrooke willadd a great deal of strength th the race will not be necessary as Mr Vreeland will win in a walk Washington county will doubts l give Mr Vreeland a hand some majority He is a former resident of the county and the peoplehrearealw ys glad to honor their own but Mr Clay brookes entrance into the race as a candidate with Mr Vree placershould cause the vot ers of this county to exert them selves in an effort tot make it unanimous for Mr Vreeland in the primary next November BiHM Claybrooke has hundreds bf friends not only in Washing Eton county but throughout the Hideunng this contest It iss I Populasr representative in ast I winter fwentyorie years ago u Chic aago man lost his voice He re gained it a few days ago and his enoughforelusively that he never lost his nerve + + + + + + n4 fo t1W tii1ftt www + COLUMBIAN i i COLLEGE i 4 t f is l t PREPARATORY ltco College Courses COMMERCIAL 1ft EngineeringCLASSICAL is large airy well lighted and heated and has modern plumbing conveniences A b i di sf mod Iikeptof the A few students can be accommodated in the ICoUege proper fIt WORK however in all the departments will be as thorough as a compe tit tejit and conscientious Faculty can make it t ATHLETICS are under an unexcelled trainer t + TERMS Very Reasonable Columbian College OWENSBORO KY Jno M Coony StudiesP ewit 11 IIn discussing some political matters with the editor of The Sun at Hodgenville a few days aeoHon D H Smith said Had I been empower dto select a Democratic nominee for Con gress from this district I would have named the present nomtnee Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown not because there are not other good lEJempcrats in the district eminently qualified for the position put because he is unusually wellfitted for a seat in the Na tional Congress He is a man oi sterling worth honest to a pretty degree and he will be untiring in his efforts to further the interests of his constituents bells Campvtlledont you think l After you read the tractsif you read them at at allwhich are being sent ou from V all Street New York byu whisky mertake this pag o matter from Campbellsville land read it carefully Then if an of our whisky friends call youJat tention to the miserable state of affairs up in Maine and out in Kansas because Of State prohi bitiori you call their attention to the happy state of affairs over at Campbellsville because of loss- option If they call your atten tion to the great increaselof crime jn yerfTIont un er pro hasten to call tjieir attebtipn t thereat decrease in afCampbellsville and in every other town in Kentucky where jocal option prevails They have no ar gument in favor of the barroom tQo many people have seen the serpents trail across the crfti nent and theY are striking with Den easerLoca option elections will beheld in Nelson Meade Hardin Union Logan and a dozen or so other counties in September o Hon William Jenning Price is a candidate for the Democratic nomination Congress ilnth e Eighth district He isIk strong candidate arid his friends jare pre dieting that e will be nominated The acquittal of Jim Hrgi- and Ed Callahan of 4he assassination of Att racy Marduii seems to us a trave ty of justice Ken tucky assassins are playing withI our courts and the noose without its man The hands Qf justice are pinioned with chains of gold and Crime enthroned byI wealthand enflnencc hisses its defiance into the very faces of our courts But in the end Right will triumph and Justice will become Master of the multitudes Death of Mr Stroud Mr James Stroud brother df Mr hishomeMcLaughlin and ter Mis were at his bedside when the end cam e The deceased was known by quite number of people here and was like by all who know him l H AUTHOR ofGoebels Pet Bill C d McChordI May Enter Gubernatorial Race Says Cincirjnati Enquirer KyJ Frankfort July 11 Numerous Democrats who have been observin the state political situation very closely are declaring that fc C the present Chairman of the State Railroa Commission will shortly announce himself as a candidate for the Democratic s nomination for Governor and will link his fortunes with those of Senator James B McCreary Mr McChord is the author of the Mc Ch rd railroad bill which was one of the pet measures of the late William otf for years and to this time has been a re Demofcrats of the Second Railroad District It is now understood that he has about determined td make the race and if he decides to do so he will theI support of Mr McCreary Mr Mc Chords home is in Washington county of the Fourth District In the meantime N B Hayes the other antiadministration candidate for making speeches daily and 1denouncing the state administration in bitter terms By furnishing campaign material to the Republicans General Hayes is standing in his own light and reohtav e r Representative Ollie M Jajnes is quo ted as having said that if he did decide to niake the race for Governor he would resign his seat in Congress before en tering upon his canvass The chances are that when Mr James returns from Europe the race for Governor will have situationprobable that he can he induced to live up a certainty of retaining his seat n laboriouscquestion of great dbubt At the start Auditor S W Hag rsc- andidacy for Governor did not arouse any particular enthusiasm andjt is not doing so now but he is unquestionably stropgr now than at any time since it becam i known that he was a candidate For months he has gone steadily fir ard and has formed a splendid organi z tion In addition to that he has gain c ardent and influential support from innsso the road From all appearances Judge Hagers fi fends and those of Henry B Hines candidate for the nominatiop for Audi workse Interests of Southwestern Kentucky with Eastern Kentucky and makes a combination which will be exceedingly formidable WILLISBURG FridaysLester Gibbs sold his educated horse to Alan Ransdale price 175 H B Greenwood and wife have re turned home from Louisville EliiaisFridaysMrs Maud Bree and two children of Kalamazoo Mich are visiting her placedpace attended childrens day at Mack 4 ville last Sunday Prof E E Brown and family oi Wilmore Ky are visiting friends and relatives at this place J N Ruby of Indiana is visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity J F Reynolds was in Lawrence ur this week on business Miss Mayme jMerritt visited her cousH in Miss Jappa Barnett in Anderson county NELSON COUNTY 1 Local Option Speakings There will bespeaking at the follow ing places next week r Father Hogerty will speak at Bell Wood Picnic Monday July 23 ajt 8 oclock And at Nelsonville Monday ev ening July 23 W O Carver and Morgan Yewel will speak at Fairfield Tuesday after noonr July 24 At Bloomfield Tuesday Wednesdaynight Friday evening July 20 at Bloomfield W R Anderson and T W Bed ford M D Friday afternoon July 20 at Deats vUle Schobl House J R Johnson and P LrKink Friday evening July 20 at Samuels J R Johnson and P L King J Sunday afternoon July 22 at Jill Creek church Chas Anderson Half The World Wonders How the other half lives Those who use Bucklens Arnica Salve never won BurrisSpiesit will Mrs Grant Shy 2130 E Reynolds St Springfield Illsays I re gard it as one of the absolute necessi GuaranteedbyC jI1 r ORGANIZATION t 4 Of the Local Option Forces Will be Consumated Next Saturday d On next Saturday afternoon at oclock the local option forces will meet in every precinct in the county for the figbtIpromises to be warm animated and de takenItion in this county as it is today knows that an overwhelming majority of the Voters stand for local option but not- WIthstanding this the fight must go on and the victory mademore decisive There must he no laggingrlethagy must not be allowe to creep into our strikeIfyouriptecinctMeetings will be held at Keeling Mill near Tatham Springs for the or ganization of the North precinct At iMackville Cardwell Willisburg Texas jtylopresville Fenwick Eredericktown and at Maccabee Hall near Black Johnsons store Bowel Complaint in Children Durin the summer months childrer bowelswhich 4 thebowelsuse forbowel complaint is Chamberlains Remedyo beirirass Southern pig iron finds a ready sale on the market and the den and is said to exceed the 8uPtlyat present Jl I t FARMS for SALE+ By ty T EwingReal Estate Agency r Jfarrod sburg Ky + r 150 acres 7 room house 3 miles of Burgin at 45 an acre Ii101 acres 2 miles Harrodsbnrg wel improved at 66 an acre 200 acres fine farm near McAfee 25 acres walnut woods at 70 56 acres 2 miles of Burgin fine land well improved 3800 exchangefan acre 103 acres in Boyle and Mercer counties well improved at 65 191 acres fine farm on pike near Stilvisa splendidly improved at60 exchange bottomland100 acres 2 miles Vanarsdall R R Station well improved orch ard etc 2200 100 acres 3 miles Burgin well improved good land at 45 an acre t 216 acres on pike 3 miles Mc fee Ri R Station good farm im proved at 40 73 acres at limits Harrpdsjburg cottage barn etc 4000 exchange J so acres good well improved 4000100 acres on pike 6 miles Harrodsbutg near Rose Hill well im proved 2500 232 acres fine land for an neat Shakertown on pike at 55171 2 miles of wellacres Burgin improved good land 45 M198 1 mile Salvisa fine 8750 acres well improved a bargain at 64 acres 5 miles Harrpdsburg near R R station improved 1900 iIItom handsomely improved at 70 an acre 74 acres close to pike all in grass many years but 20 acres 4000 1620I212 acres fine tobacco farm well improved in Woodf drd county on pie at 45182 acres in Woodford on pike trine tobacco land at 55 t122 acreS in Washington county well improved 2 miles of Ville 3000 MackI 1500Manyh =R JI JI + i A 0 t t r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1906 5 DrJ M1 Burton RESIDENT ENTIST Teeth Extracted With out air CROWN WORK Ai SPECIALTY rFirstclassOffice in flagon Block up stairs Local News Notes Any six articles on 5 cent cojm ters for 25 cents HAGAN BROS Rev W H Willia still assist Rev RL Purdom in ame ting at Mackville next weekj OBrien Peters Co shipped 1800 lambs to Jersey City last week and will make a shipment of 700 this week They also shipped SOO hogs and two ca loads of cattle to Louisville The heavy rainfall of this week will be very beneficial to 411 kinds of vege tation Corn especially needed rain and many pastures were beginning to suffer For the best tea or pretty icetea glasses see Hagan Bs The citizens of haying trouble with HariodSbUigare over an increase The company has threatened to u cut out Harroesburg and Ha rodsburg has in v ted em to cut The protracted meeting at tjie Bap tist church conducted by Dr W 0 Carver closed last week There six additions to the chjurch by baptismI one by restoration anjd three came un der the watchcare of l he church SuptFuqua announces that the per capita Ifor 190607 is 330 This is a increaseof 6 cents ovr last year Th schools of Washington county will probably realize a net per capita of not less than 32 a Any three articles on our Tb cent counters for 25 cents Hagan Bros ICE CREAM SUFPERr The Ladies Aid Soietyofthe Christian church of Mackville Ky will serve an ice cream supper at the residence of Mrs Maggie Raybourn on Friday night July 20th Admission 25 cents All are invited Fruit jars tops rubbers and tin cans at Hagan Bros JAll persons havingjdatIns against Mrs Kate reen present same properly Proven to us on or b fore August 15th 19061 C A Green and J C McElrpy Admrs Mrs Kjate Green deed This July 16th 1906- STABLEFOR RENT JI desire to re the stable on my plate in Springfield It is a good building a id has two stalls and a carriage house MRS JNO W LEWIS LAND FOR SALE I esire to sell acres of land situated between Willis burg and Walden pike on coun road Good Stateof cultivation go house good barn godwater well fenced plenty locust timber hood to bacco land Apply to BAN EDWARDS Rt 1 Springfield Ky AN AUTO LINEWe have been formed that an automobile line will established between Springfield a Lebanon at an early date Behind project are two or three prominent citizens and iff matters can be shaped to suit them thpy will buy one of the fin est machines on the market and will make three round trip each day fro Springfield to Lebanpn DEATH IN WASIIINGTNOn July 10 Mrs G H Boone received a telegram from Tacoma Wash announcing the death of her mother irs Carrie fore Mr and Mrs Boone left at once Louisville to await t e arrival of theto body inthat city Interment occurred in Cave Hill cemetery Mrs Boone isa the wife of G H Boors official stenog rapher of the Railroad Commission and while she has ohly lived here a short time has many friends who will deeply sympathize with hen in the loss of her mother COUNCIL MEETING At a regular meeting ot the City Council held on last Friday night a resolution passed directing the CemeterYCpm- tee mit to confer with the present trustees of the Springfield Cemetery with a the city taking control of the Vi1of It seems that the did part cemetery belongs to the city having been donated by Gen Mathew Walton the founder of Springfield An ordinance was passed directing that Walnut street be payed from Mainstreet tp Grundy Avenue The Fourth and last Quarterly Meet i ing of the Springfield Circuit will be held at Pleasant Run nekt Saturday and Sunday The Annual Cdnferericeiiheets at CentraLGity September 28 yj LARGE IAttendt day Afternoon The local option meeting at Texas tten9c3notwlthstandmg andtjthe threatning condition the weather The large church house wa crowded tp its fullest capacityland when Judge Thurman arose to gin his address he wAs greeted wi hap plause He poke for over an hour und a half and not for one minute did the audience seem to tire but upon the other hand displayed an jagerness for him to proceed He told one unvar nished truth after another showing the saloon up m its true light and captivated his audience with his eloquence Judge Thurmari spoke at some length streetrarc sending into this county He told the i eople to be prepared to receive them for they were acomin and he gave t them a few lessons on how tohandle the tracts After the adjournment of the meet ing we were told by tjuite a numberof gentlemen that in the large audience there was just one voter who was undecided about how he would vote Th others were uncompromisingly for option One of the most gratifying features noticeable in this meeting was the large number of young min present They SuThurmat5squite a large number of prominent citizens that they could not recall a sing l young man in the Texas neighborhood who wouldcast Ms vote for the bar room rRussellville Orders 250 Copies eProf B E Atkins President of LoI gall College at Russellville orders250 copies qf this weeks issue of The Sun to be used in the local option fight which is now being waged in Russell pills Prof Atkins talked to the editor of The Sun over the phone and he ex pressed himself as confident that lot alone option would carry We will sejl at the Court House do Monday July 23 county court daf at oclock pi m26 shares of the capital stock of the First National Bank of Springfield Ky 4 shares of stock in Springfield Water Electric Light Co 1 share of stock in Washington count maere absolutely safe not afraid of steam automobiles or any thing 1 Curtis i Reed phaeton buggy nearly new rubber tires 1 set buggy harness nearly dtAdmrs Mrs Kate Green deed RETURNED HOME fRev and Mrs G F Hambleton and two children George froIm evening and will spend the summer with Mrs Bamble Taylodor Spalding of near town Rev ton and wife have been in Japan near six years as missionaries of the Baptist church The trip home was a very pleasant one and while all were a little fatigued by travel they feel that rathbr childrnen thheat v occupy the pulpit at the eh rch here next Sunday morningJings r bemo Ptwas attended and an pnusual interest w manifested The meeting was oIion by Rev L A McCoy of the Bapt cnurch He spoke for a few minut pleading with the friends of his col take a stand for local option The next speaker was Chas Platt He made pretty talk one full of common sense and it was appreciated by those present At the conclusion of his addr Prof F S Williams of Covingt n who is conducting the Colored Teache Institute was introduced and delivered the address of the evening He is a polished and entertaining speakerand front the very beginning of his re marks ihe held the rapt attention of his logicalv anjl convincing His description or deli tiofr of alcohol was interesting and thq results he pictured were terrible Quite a large number of white pep Pleto were present and they pronounced his address one of the bestupon this sub ject Dist of letters remaining uncalled form the Springfield Post Office for weekending July 18 1906 Forrest Cooper Miss Margaret Pos ter Elmer Ford Fannie Fogel Sa raha Severe Sam Thompson Bill Smith MarySweeneyWA WATERS Postmaster r jeOeoeoegeOeoeQeoeoeoeoeoe a Personal Notes f 4C 0QIVisitors In and Out of TownA 0 Round Up of the Weeks Personal News 0 0QQQaMr Gwin Marks has returned from a business trip to Clearmont Mrs Charles Mclntire and children AloadcounaClements spout Friday in LOUlsilJel McClure and Son Orrie spent a l Wdaysat High Grave last week Miss Isa Colvin of Bardstown is Geortheg Colvin Mrs JB Robards is visiting her parents at Harrodsburg this week Mrs L D Baker and sister were in Lebanon SundayS Mr J Clement of fLoUis pills is visiting his mother Mrs E S Clements of this place Mr L D Baker who has been attending the fair at Stanford has re turned home Mr Ben Medley was in Bardstown lone day last weekL Mr W Po Huston of Maud was tn town Saturday Mr Willie Medley who has been spentSundayMr F M Edwards of LebanonI weekeMr Leo Simms spent Tuesday inIDanville 1IMr T C Campbell spfcnt Sunday in Louisville Mr and Mrs W M Hagan have retuiped home after a visit tbher par eats at Adairville Dr Earnest Grume of Frederick town spent last Friday here Mrs Joe Spalding and children of parentlShader at this place Dr W W Ray of Lebanon spentI day here last week Misses Annie R well and Milburn Ouerbacker have returned to their daysstayDr Preston Peters formerly of this place visited friends and relatives here last wepk Pleasantyapolis Miss Gracie Waters who has beenI vi tingat Loretto has returned home Mrs Mary C Ragsdale and chil left this morning to visit Mrs Ragsdales sister at Bloomfield Mr T D Clarkson of Valley Hill is quite ill and his friends fear that he can not recover Mrs Briggs McElroy of Lebanon is visiting her sister bars Finley Mc Elroy Mrs Kate Williams is spending FredlY i HMiss Mary Lee Strickland after a visit of several weeks to Mr H lL ONan has returned home Mr ONan accompanied her as far as Louisville Mr Harry Smith of Loretto has accepted a position in the grocery store of C W HaganTMr H B McElroy who has been- pending a week at Crab Orchard has returned home Mr Sam Ray of Pleasant Run is illof rheumatism andAltseds hsorfirs Nannie Wathen of Irvington as here in the interest of the realcsj tate business Mr H P McChord of Nashville spent several day here this week easMrs Samuel Averi ttand TatrsiMr dnd Mrs John Miller of Bardstown visited friends here las week IIMr and Mrs Bernard lattingly of Lebanon spent Sunday here Mr Sam Sansbury who has been visiting Mr Ben Medley has returns his home in Owensboro Miss Carrie Edelen has returned home from a visit to Bardstown Miss Frances Martin entertained number of her friends last Thursday evening at her home near town Mr Wathen Simms left today fo Memphis Tenn whereh has accepted position with the I C railroad Mrs McLaughlin and daughter Miss Edna were culled to Wincheate- Monday by the death of Mrs McLau g liris brother I I PiAfPRICESCARP- ETS t ff t ON WALL PAPER land LACE CURTAINS Ir We are overstocked on Axiiirnister Velvet and Brusselfe Carpets and Art Squares and will make the lowest prices ever made on these goods Great Cloth log Sale For one- Month LACE CURTAINS We have a large stock of Lace Cur tains and in addition have just bought ion pair tp 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 r Mrs J S Yankey and little son Robert are visiting friends in Lexing ton Mrs Mary Craycroft is dangerously ill at the home of Mr and Mrs G C Wharton She has typhoid pneumonia Mrs Bud Rogers is quite ill at the- meho of her brotherinlaw at this place =Mrs Bettie Crouch Booker of Ardmore Ind Ter is here visiting her Welts Mrs J W Bush Mr Dullard Tapp and wife of Carbondale Ills are visiting Dirand Mrs T Dudley Tapp was town Miss Jennie who has been spending a few weeks with her W F Grigsby has re turned to her home at Chaplin Mrs Clarence A Nettleson who been spending a month with rely l and friends in the county has returned to her honte atFt Collins Col Mrs W E Leachman entertained a number of her friends at euchre and flinch Tuesday evening The prizes en and Miss Willie Knott Mr Harry Shultz entertained a Y c a party outo town guests were Misses Milburn Ouerbacker and Annie Rowell of Louisville Florence Lyons of Lexington Julia Hundley and brother of Lebanon Mr Elvin Perkins of left today for Chicago Ill where he has secured a position in the Union Stock Yards Mr Perkins is a young and friends predict his success in the Windy City atrevening in honor of Mr Sam Sansbury of Owens boro Those present were Misses Adelaide Kelly of Crescent Hill Althaire Medley and Wathen Simms tr i jOur stock of Clot ingcomplete tn the newest things in Gray 3 piece sums arid Blue and Gray coat and pants suits also a full stock of Youths and Chi drens suits For thenext month we win make law prices on this entire stock i Paper o Our stock of Wall Paper is tpo larg for this LnQnn nf the year offeringrItfo 13 less than t p le 25p Paper tBc 20C h j 14C 150 toto U rIOC wIIv r I 72 5c itopportunit DRY GOODS ETC We also wish to call your attention to our imense stock of JDry Goods Furnish ing Goods Shesetc pat we are offering f r Cunningham 8 Duncan 0 IIVillisburg sUbIstantiallarmern Cokcndolpher sistejrMrs DlcChords Yednesdat Willisburg industriousa HaYdonh clujling especially Wall easewherepurchase TThe condition of Luther Burns has grown worse during the past few days and the chances for his recovery are now very remote Several days ago his family and friends were Very hopeful and indeed his condition was such as cause them to believe that he would recover There are few people more universally liked than Luther Burns anxiouslyIwas gran hasIhas been on duty here for neatly twenty and IS one of the most efficient marshals in the State j CARDWELL J F Perkins of Villisbufspent Sunray Anight with forLawrenc burg M nday 11 A and M E Perkins of Battle and E T Perkins aid Tamil of this place visited J1Y Perkins at Willis burg Sunday The little son of S H Gardner fell and broke his arm at the Senders Norton r ceived a car load of lambs here last week George Mord and family of this place left last week foi Illinois E T Perkins boug t one 4 yearol horse from Elvin Perkins 100 R A William and family S eat Saturday and Sunday with S Milton near Danville soUone Reynolds and E T Perkins Syearold hose in Lawrence burg Monday to J W Glass of Mt Eden for 265 William and James Burke of Hen derson Kyj were seriously injured in an automobile accident at Detroit Mich The Latest Style fHats For Boys We have just recieved a lotofj them and they wi go like the balance of our stock at cost for cash Just reteived a line of new Belts and fans and many other KginNO GOODS CNAIIiEDe tROBERTSON BROTHERS WHAT THE KENTUCR RAILROAD COMMISSION DID TOR SPRING IELD rThe effectiof the one fourth reduction in freight rites recently made by thftPailroad Coraniiissioher to the shippersof Springfield iij illustrated by the follow Tirg statement showing the old and the new rates on all classes of freight frOI4 Louisville to Sipringfield and from Springfield to Louisville In Cebts pet Hundred Poun s t PIFormer i Reduced rate i 312623212018 1818 12 8 18 18 24 18 ormerformer rate 16c 12c arid 8c reduced rates 12c 9ct and 6c f There are over 3000 commodities rated in thefore Qing classifi atl ffthe one fourth ieductiott will mean much tp the Bhipperis wj 4S 1 t is 11r j it It J i tr t 2rfzti 0 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JULY 17 1J6 WIiW i 1iJj It r itt ilUQJ t Beverly of f l rt l iIJiaFIt t Sitt w The sensation created by this slmpte statement was staggering The flushed Sate was unmistakably that of a young girl a tender modest thing that shrank before the eyes of ai grim audience Womanly Instinct Impelled Yetive to shield the timid masquerader Her strange association with Baldos was sot of enough consequence ii the eyea of this tender ruler to clieck the im pulse of gentleness that swept over her That the girl was guiltless of any wrongdoing was plain to be seen Her eyes her face her trembling figure fur nished proof conclusive The dark looks of the men were softened when the arm of the princess went about the stranger and drew her close Bah Some wanton or othe sneer ed Marlanx But a prettynone by the gods Baldos has always shown his good taste J Baldos glared at him llkea tiger re strainedBefore God you will shave those words to unsay he hissed Yetlve felt the slight bjjdy of the girl quiver mid then grow tense The eyes of Baldos now were fixed u thewhlte drawn face of Beverly Calhoun who stood quite alone at the I top qf the steps She began to sway dizzily and he saw that she was about to fall Springing away from the guards he dashed up the steps to her side His arm caught her as she sway ed and Its touch restored strength to her the strength of resentment and defiance Dont she whispered hoarsely Have courage he mpnnured softly iMJt will all be well There Is no danger So this Is the woman she cried bitterly Yes You Alone are dearer to me than she he uttered hurriedly J cant believe a word you say You will Beverly I love That its why I came back Icould not leave r rIghtLetiklll me Come cried Colonel Qulnnox reach ling his side at this jnsttfnt The girl Lwlll be cared for You area prisoner Walt Implored Beverly light suddenly breaking in upon her Please wait Colonel Qulnnox He hesitated his broad shoulders between her and the gaping crowd below She saw Kith grateful heart that Yetlve and iLorry were holding thest2psas If Against a warlike foe Is sheMs she your wife Good heavens no gasped Baldos Your sweethearts piteously She Is the sister of the man I serVe s0 poorly he whispered Quinnox al towed them to walk a few paces down 1he flagging away from the curious gaze of the persons below uOh Baldos she cried her heart suddenly melting Is she Prince Inn tans sister Her hand clasped his convulsively as he nodded assent Now I do love you Thank God he whispered joyous ly I knerlt bui I was afraid you never would speak the words I am happy I am wild with joy But they may shoot you she shuddered You have condemned your self Oh I cannot talk to you as I want tout here before all these peo pie Dont move Colonel Qulnuox They cant see through you Please stand still They will not shoot nje Beverly dear I am not a spysnld Baldos looking down into the eyes lot the slen de figure who stood beside the princess It Is better that I should i bItterlyLyo i You would Dot give yourself to i lie lowly humble hunter tip 1 Iwill marry you Paul I love you Cant anythiifg be done to jlt Is bound to come out jail right i the end he cried throwing up his- head to drink In the new joy of lie in They will find that I have dQu nothing to injure Graustark dearest until the day gives up its news It Will not be long in coming Ah this promise of yours gives new life t I could shout it from the housetops But dont she cried nervously Bow does she happen to be here with Tell me Paul Ob isnt she deer shall know everything in time Watch over her den rest I have lied today for you but It was a lie I loved Care for her if you love met When ami free and favor again you will Ah He broke off suddenly with an exclamation His eyes were bent eagerly on the circle of trees Just ybrid the parade ground Then hi hand clasped hers in one spasmodic of n instant later he wa towering with head bare at the top o the steps his hand pointing dramatic al13 toward the trees uniformhaggardA gnunt specter In the sunlight that vagalondiand ilower d his arms thrice and th facet of Baldos became radiant i Your highness he cried to Yetlve trangerIJPrince of Dtwiberjjen I c t lt fM By i t t f i t GEORGE BRR MGUTGHEON 4 mow Author of Grauala- rks y t a i f i foeom f t i l 1t f w waCHAPTER XXVIII HIS startling announcement threw the company into the greatest excitement Bnldds ran down the steps and to the side of the astonished princess Prince Dantan she cried imbellev1 ing He pushed the boyish figure aside and whispered earnestly Into Yetlves ear She smiled warmly In response and her eves sparkled And this your highness la his sls ter the Princess Oandace he an nounced aloud bowing low before the girl At that Instant site ceased to be the timid cringing boy Her chin went up In truly regal state as she calmly eien haughtily responded to the gazed half earnest striates of the men With n rare smile a knowing one in which mischief was paramountshe spoke to Baldos giving him her hand to kiss fAb dear Baldos you have achieved ydur sweetest trili mphthe theatrical climax to all this time of plotting My brothers sister loves you for all this Your highness and she turned to Ye t1twIth a captivating smlJe Is the fuflkless sister of Oaptan welcome in yojSr castle May I rest here in peace Itias been a bitterly long year thl past week she sighed Fatigue sho ba fk into her sweet face and Yetlves for went out to her unreservedly As sin drew the slight figure up the steps she ministersjt e In without de InyfI am going to put the princess to bedi Your highness said Baldos from below may I be the first to announc- to you that there will be no war wit Dnw bergen This was too much Even Marlanx looked at his enemy vitjh something like collapse in his eyes What do you mean cried Lorry seizing him by the arm uI mean that Prince Dantan is her to announce the recapture of Gabriel his half brother Before the hour Is past your own men from the dungeon in the mountains will come to repo the return oft the fugitive This an nouncement may explain In a measure the conduct that has earned for me the accusation which confronts me The men who have retaken Gabriel are the members of that little band you have heard so much about Once I was Its captain Prince Dantans chief of staff the commander of his ragged army of twelve Miss Calhoun and fate brought me into Edelweiss but my loyalty to the object espoused by our glorIous little army has never wavered Without me they have succeeded in tricking anti trapping Gabriel It Is more than the great army of Graustark could do Your highness will pardon the boast under the circumstances If this Is true you have accomplish eda miracle exclaimed Lorry pro foundly agitated But can It be true I cant believe It It is tpo gootlIt is too utterly improbable Is that really Prince DantanI GreptnBt Courteous In us to let him stand ovjbr there all nJtne and Ignored Go to him please With that she passed through the doors accompanied by Beverly and the young princess Lorry and others went to greet the emaciated visitor in rags and tags Colonel Qulnnox find Baron Dangloss looked at one another in doubt and uncertainty What were they to do with Baldos thp prlsoner You arc asking yourself what is to be done with me said Baldos easily The order Is for my arrest Only the princess cats annul It She has retired on a mission of love and tenderness I would not have her disturbed There Is nothing left for you to do but to readny You will be wise to put me In a place where I cannot hood ne antier fearlessly that Qulnnox forgave Jiim everything Dangloss chuckled kill un partVeYou were not far wrong in your acc u sntlons against me but yqu havetnuQh to account for in another direction t1nne you un ready to accommodate you when the time comes At this juncture Lorry j and Count BeIl er had not the worn sickly young pan restrained him Your hand Captain Baldos ho lintse tocve tellsme trnltofir my duty Joy to explain your motives and your actions Have no fear The hour will be short und bEet AnguisYouh a overheared bebeens tatslanzAnd Baldoa Is all well with her r asked the one we have known as Ra tone She Is being put to bed said Bal dos with a laugh so jolly that Ravones loan face was wr mthedln a sympa thetic smile I am ready gentlemen He inarched gallantly away between the guards followed by Danglos and Colonel Quinnox Naturally the Graustark lenders wore cautious oven skeptical They awaits newswltharduced by the appearance of Prince Dantan in the person of the ascetic Ravone was almost stupefying Even Beverly who knew the vagabond her four hand Caftaln Baldos ter than all the others had not dream ed of Ravone as the fugitive prijice Secretly she had hoped as long as sitethope had dwindled to nothing however and she was quite prepared for the revelation She now saw that he was just what he professed to ben brave but humble friend of the young sov ereign Hind she was happy in the knowledge that she loved him for what le was and not for what he might have been RnvoneIIlavpne gentlemen and I Jim content o be known by that name until better fortune gives methe right to use other You can hardly expect a thin in rags to be called a There Is much to be accomplished much to be phnIYou are faint and weak said Lor pJlghttTh promise we made a few days ago hot Is good Her highness will be proud to receive you when you are ready to come to the throne room 1 am Gren tai Lorry Cotpesr rest and refresh h yourself In our gladdened home An hour ago we were making ready to rush into battle but your astonishing but welcome news Is calculated to change every plan we have made Undoubtedly sir it will Daws bergen hardly will mane n fight to re lease GabrIel He is snlc in your dun peons If they want him now they must come to your strongholds They will not do it believe me said Ravone simply Alas I am faint and sore as you suspect May I lie down for an1 flror two In that time you win taste heard from your wardens and my story will be substantiated Thin I shall be ready to accept your hose tai i ty as it is proffered Outside you city gates my humble followerS lie s arv Irig My only prayer te that you will send them cheer and succor No time was lost in sending to the gates for the strollers who had accom pUshed the wastrel of the day The news of Gabriels capture was kept from the citys inhflbitants until Veri fication came from the proper sources but those in cot trot of the affairs of state were terra that Ravones story was true All operations cme to a standstill The movements of the army were checked Everything play quies cent tinder the shock of this startling climax it growled Anguish with a gidzzlcal grin as Ravone departed un der the guidance of Count Halfont himself ths knocks me galley west Id like tQ have lord a hand In it must have bqeh great lIow the der do you think that miserable little gang of tramps pulled It off Harry said Lorry disgustedly they taught us a trick or two beingcaredof the daintiest bedchambers of the castle Beverly was cngrt1 In writing n brief but pointed letter to her Aunt Josephine who was still In St Peters burg She hind persistently refused to visit Edelweiss but had written many Imperative letters commanding her niece to return to the Russian capital Beverly now was recalling her scat tered wits In the effort to appease her aunt and her father at the same time Major Calhoun emphatically had ordered her to rejoin her aunt and start for America at once Yesterday Bev erly would have begun packing for the trip home Now she was eager to remain in Graustark indefinitely She was so thrilled by Joy and excitement peniFntherpets are full of awful war scares Iron the Balkans Are we a part of the Bal kans Yetlve she naked He says I to come right off home Says hell no pay n nickel of ransom if the catch me as they iUd Miss Stone an that woman whp had the baby He says mother is worried halt to death Im just going to cable him that Its all oil because he says if war breaks out bes going to send my brother Dan over here to Set me Im having duet Jo DrWF Trusty Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All vdjrk guaranteed Office over Haydn Bar por n BD I4AKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old MaR 5chdaetts Mutual reliable iworldHyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY L OFFICE HOURS 7to9a m 4 to 81p m DR J H LAMPTON RDR J C MUDD LAAiPTON MUDDi SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY rOFFICE C1 HAYDOJf8PRCO Office Hours 12 if to 2 p M Dr J IL HopperSPRI- NGFIELD y v cOffice in Hagan BlockUp stairs i Phones Residence 71 office 97 MISS ELLAgADAMS NURSE TELEPHONES Day 49 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES rJ ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Washingtongand Federal Courts C C cCHRDf ATTYATLACYI Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Contra I W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Kyi Will practice in the courts of 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435 Sunny South U4150 r CLUBBING RATES WITH r LOUISVILLE DAILIES lThe Sun rand The Louisville Times one year 500 The Sun and the Daily Courier I Journal except Sunday 6 40 Same including undayw 8 20 The Sun and the daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 370 dailyCourierJournal j days in the week six monthsw 2iSO The Sun and the Sunday Cour ierJournal one year 2 80 The dailyHeraldThe LouivillErEveningPost r tifi o on naQciQ o DTHE FIRST ID National Bank I iXOF o- D SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Q a IIIMI CAPITAL 50000 Surplus and Undivided Jo J Profits 25000 J DOFFICERS CfB L Ltteey President John W Lewis VicePresIdent 0 I A C McElroy Cashier L B Cain Ass Cashier p B E Foster BookkeeperI DIRECTORS iCIO PolinIO We grant everY favor consistent J with safe banking If you have Inot already an account with this I we invite your patronage o I Qeo QQQQQQQQQQQ SnonlyNo 1No Daily No 43 onlyNo Dail No 41 Daily No44 BardstownJunctn 0Jno ooQ qbQQoaQ ft b k D fyTHE S Chaplin Water Ii f Po er Roller Mills i 1Io BEST FLOUR JtnTHE BEST MEAL 0e triI S 0In2 othe sections of Washington 2 coon y our brands are sold 2 Buy them and get THE BEST n e j D B SUTHERLAND 2 CHAPLIN DYOUNEEDIr SALVE t- CURES I YouneeditSalvemaliufacturedby DryJ Hodgenville Kyis ori j of the very few salves which absolutely cures pileS As an evidence of its won Thomuinowmonials coming from people who have been cured greatly benefited the past year This is a new salve having been on the market about one year and them1426 testimonials come as a result of thej sale of 2646 boxes i For Sale By All Drujfists DR JVW THOMAS Hod envilteKtY The Daily Herald AND The Sunr ONE YEAR 200 m t pr1ug i tlb utJDEVOTED TO TilE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY i J J TWOMA6 BOSTONS NEW CHURCH CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS DEDICATE TWO MILLION DOLLAR MOTHER TEMPLE Thousands From All Parts of World Tnroneecl Historic UtyChurch Seats 5OOO Taller Than Bunker Hdl Monument The dedication In June of a magnificent neW addition to the Mother Church of the Christian Science de nomination In Boston was an event of the highest significance in the history of this religious body Built as the result of a spontaneous Of Mrs Eddys life work and of the imperative demands of the mar velous growth of th movement ex- preSsIng tub liberalIty of thousands of embodyingthe ragatheringThe of the largest If StnteC3itsstyle of architecture is Italian Renaissance pews and other interior finishings are of mahogany The Malls are Concord granite and Bedford stone with beautiful decorative care graytocolumns supporting the dome The height of thd building to the top of the lantern is 22 t feet just one foot higher than Bunker Hill monument The dome Is elg tytwo feet in and Is covered with terra cotta t match the Bedford stone The build ing presents a dignified and impressive appearance and It Is already recog us one of the land marks of Boston The building Is something less thin 2000000 The new chimes consist of eleven bells the poundsThoThe organ is one of the largest and finest in the world The original Mother Church adjoins the new building seats 1200 and three Sunday services are required to accomodate the attend ance It is said that when this edifice l L TEMPLE was planned some of the members were disturbed oft account of its size They thought that the provision of so large an auditorium was entirely un called for the attendance at that time being only about 550 Mrs Eddy organized the First Church of Chr1st in Boston in 1870 with twentysix members So slow was the th of the movement at first that in 1BS9 ten years later there were onl eleven churches From that time however the increase was more rapid In 1899 there were 301 churches Tjhere are now 057 churches and 275 Societies not yet or ganized as churches making 932 so- cleties holding church services In 1889 there were only 450 members In the entire connection In 1894 the total membership was 2530 FIvp years later It lid reached 18134 These figures show that the principal growth has taken place during the past seven years The membership at time is bout 72000 IThe dedicatory fcxercises were at tended by till parts of the United Canada from Great Britain Sweden Den markEfance Isltorslfrom Switzerland I the Hawaiian America and other One church edifices have erected by the Christian Scientists These as a whole compare fnv with those of the older denominations It is said that when fu ds are no longer needed forethe completion of the Mother a urge number of buildings will be commenced in different parts of the a untry EARTHQUAKE RECORDERS rThey Are the MOS Delicate of All Instruments The Instruments invented for the recording of the motions of the earths crust during an earthquake are looked upon by scientists nil the most deli v Bate of all machines So highly sen sitive are they Indeed that the very slightest vibratory mqtlon Is recorded perfectly Even the ttead of feet cannot escape this Instrument If sufficient to cause vibration There are three cl sses ot Instru menu for the automatic recording of earthquakes each wlt i its own partic ular function First is the selsmo scope which will merely detect and re cord the fact that there has been an earth tremor Some of these are so as to indicate the time of the disturbance seismometer the function of which is to measure the maxi mum f rce of the shock either with or withou nn indication of its direction The third instrument is the seismo graph which is so arranged that it will accurately record the number sue andperiodlast instrument is by far the most delicate of the three In the construction of this earth quakerecording machine the maker thatwhenin the most infinitesimal degree no re developedtP SltlOn The Inventor has never been fund who could accomplish this sus pension of a body to perfection The s Ismograp1of today ho has a stage of perfection where approximations are obtained In thk records made The complementary part of the in strument Is composed ofl1 of levers connecting an astatiodlly sus pepded body with various surfaces are moved by clockwork These surfaces are constructed of highly sen sitive material on which needles play as the suspended weight responds to thei vibrations of the earths crust The most elaborate of these ma chi es are capable of recording the vertical and two horizontal motions selsm1cdisturbance SPANKINGo DowningMother tlonal Lesson Veryhunianfront on the outskirts of New York City where Signora Genaro who re- cEntly came to this country from Naples was walking the other day with her sevenyearold son Antonio for an airing While she was watching a chaptrlsplash Into the river The mothers shrieks were heard by a patrolman He jumped Into a boat j NEW CHRISTIAN SCIENCE IN BOSTON and flshed out Antonio The police man had only one oar rand it wil awkward work getting to the boy an lifting him into the boat When the signora saw that her son was safe the anguish in her face gavjs way to1 a look of resolute purpose and as the dripping Antonio was placed on the wharf she laid him across her knee and did what Neapolitan and other mother have done to their erring Jewels over since boys wore pants Her Muster Was u Gentleman A Boston couple were recreating near Augusta and met an old negro they took a fancy They invited her to pay them a visit and thet colored woman accepted es pecially as her expenses were to be paid In duo time she arrived in Boston and was installed in the house of the white fdlks She was given one of the best rooms and ate at tho same table with het host and hostess At one of the meals the hostess said Mrs Jones you were a slave werent you Yes mum replied tho old colored woman I belonged to Mars Robert HowellI honjbvor Invited you to eat at his table remarked tho Bos ton lady No honey dat he didnt My mar ster was a gemmen He aint never let erIV Eschew Teeth Examinations Never look a gift horse in tho mouth but if hes spavined or knock kneed theres nothing to hinder your taking account of these accomplish ments Could Tulles United States Allbnrnathe SpanishAmerican war became in volved says General Fred Grant In a quarrel with rt native colored citizen of the State mentioned In his Imperfect English the Cuban darky contemptuously referred to the Ala baman ns an African Maybe I is quickly rejoined the offended one hut of I is an Afrl nn I tfcrjk deLawdL aint no Spanielan whats more I taint no black Philis tine I kin speak United States I kin i RENAMING THE SIOUX SOME TWENTYFIVE THOUSAN- INDIANS ARE RECEIVING CHRISTIAN NAMES Educated Indian Tribesmen Selected by the Great Father to Re christen Braves Bobtailed Coyote Becomes Robert T Wolf Uncle Sam has recently inaugurated a unique and ingenious project in con nection with his Indian wardsor- at least the most populous division thanscheme a pnpooseofthewholesale rechristening Is to Insure the right descent of property something that has been attended with much difficulty under the old condition of affairs when the Sioux had no family name and each redskin could be Identified only by his own individual fanciful name a cognomen which most lIkely had not the slightest resemblance to those of any of his relatives The renaming of the 25000 mem hers of the Sioux Indian tribe was or dered by President Roosevelt on the advice of Hamlin Garland and George Bird Grinnell well known authors and other persons who have made a study of the needs of the Indians To decide upon the r naming was compnrlsontostrange undertaking SUSPICIONS OF THE INDIANS The President and his advisors realized from the outset that it would be one thing to give the Indians new names and quite another to induce the sons and daughters of the forest ever suspicious of the white mento accept and use these new names However the Great Father at Washing top was fortunate enough to enlist the cooperation of Dr Charles Alexander Eastman a highly educated physician and clergyman who is a fullblooded Sioux and who came into national prominence some time since when he marrIed Elane Goodale the talented young New England poetess At the Presidents solicitation Dr Eastman Who is considered the best educated Indian in the world agreed to personally undertake the task of inducing his people to adopt the system of family names desired by the government Just what this responsibility meant will be better understood when it is explained that not only was Dr East man to visit all the Indian villages of the Sioux tribe and personally bestow names but he must also devise or in vent the new names Just Imagine selecting given names for 25000 per sons of both sexes and apportioning perhaps half as many or one third as many different family names in ad dition In this portion of his novel mission ary work for Uncle Sam the Name Giver as the Sioux now term their educated tribesman has displayed rare judgment and a fine regard for family history and tradition among the Sioux a thoughtfulness that has doneI much to win the good will of these intelligent but conservative Indians for the new project Whenever sible he has perpetuated an Indians- old name in his new one For instance ugh Eagle becomes Mr Higheagle Bobtailed Coyote was changed to Robert T Wolf and Rotten Piimpkin has been transformed Into Robert Pumplan Dr Eastman has been making a round of all the Sioux reservations partdNorthwest When he arrives at a ndqunrtersCorinhabitants his first move is to have a conference with the chief men or counselors of the place They In turn = EAGLE TRACK send out a herald or town crier to Biunnura all the people to a sort of mass meeting and at this the Name Giver explains the Presidents wishes at length THROUGH INDIAN SUBTLETY At tire outset many of the assembled Indians may be prone to grumble against the new system but gradI u illy Dr Eastman will win thorn over and in his labors thus far he has not p irounterod mel tint half a dozen Indians who have steadfastly refused to change their names However hundreds of the Indians have con fided to him that they would accept the new system of names only because they had the assurance of a fellow tribesman Dr Eastman that it was a good plan and tint they would never have tolerated It had a white man come among them and broached ho soheino Although the renaming of the Sioux Is not yet completed it has already been proven that the new system of names will be of the greatest benefit and value in msurlngthtf cor allotDeration Incidentally it may be noted that even thus early this untangling Of lines of descent ha won for some Indians valuable property rights pro viously denied them As a case iri point it maybe cited that only a few weeks ago Dr Eastman was intru mental in securing for a young squaw 640 acres of rich land of high value which had been temporarily lost to her owing to her separation from her own tribe and which an unscrupulous relative was on the point of selling when President Roosevelts special commissioner stepped In and set things right Phoning Through Flesh To talk through the human body or a row of human bodies for the matter of thatIs one of the weirdest Jt THE SIOUX BLACK of the electricians feats If a tele phone wire be severed and the two ends be held by a person one In each hand but far part it is quite possible Cpr n conversation to be carried on through the body as readily and as distinctly as If the line had been properly connected Their Points to the South The Chinese do back wards from a of view Their compass points to the South instead of the north The men wear their hair long while the women coil theirs in a knot The dressmakers are men the women carry The spoken language is not written and the written language Is not spoken Books are read backwards BLACK THUNDER and any notes are inserter at the top White Is used for mourning and bridesmaids wear black An One touch of nature makes the whole world kin One bunch of gra tern takes the whole worlds One touch of hutrtor makes the whole world grin And food keeps the whole world thin Kansas City Times Same OM Game The angler sallies forth again And by the brooklets shore Doth idly lie and fish and then Goes home and lies some more There are In round nUmbers one million Inhabited houses in Greater London THE BLACK SEAL PURSE Snatch It Snatch Itl Roddy the lookout pal to Jimmy the Swift who wdn this title from the lightning rapidity with which he wds known to relic e mens rockets of their contents In a moment the practiced fingers of Jimmy had skillfully extracted a tintsenl purse from the pocket of a slight young man jtvho was busily elbowing his way th ough the crowd that was besieging ft belated Broadway car The day had not been a rich one for thcj picks and Swity eyed the thin usly1Mtghty y Red NOTED CHIEF CHICKEN Compass everything Caucasian point burdens Argument adulteration whispered In reply Reddy drew up one side of his face exposing his deep yelio canines pulled the remnants of a ha over his arms and leaning against the side of a great building in quiet shadow struck an attitude that seemed to say Well here I am pared for anything go ahead an show your Somehow Slfty was slower usual in bringing his snatch to ligh lie felt the purse pressed it between his hands turned It over find over and at last seeing iReddys ttyes flash impatience he reluctantly opened th pocketbook trioReddyenvelope from which fell a lock of cUppIngbearingwas an obituary praising the life and work of the deceased The dead woman It said had been an exemplary wife and mother and one of the sweetest noble t and most honored members of thel community Her loss was therefore ihourned by every one who had the happiness of knowing She left an only son All this the bo road aloud anjld frequent stops to Number 6137 I PRICE 10 CENTS EACH wholistenedend of the reading he was about to whenJimand with a tone utterly new to him said sternly Look here Red You and lsfriends thats all right but as sure as Im a thief this here aint no stun for a feller to laugh ntl handsinto y the while and turned on one foot with a bong low whistle murmuredJJIn mustbea mother like that to be good to him whoknows otbenniter gets enough out of us we might makInin New York These words of regret upon the past expresseddesire infancycompanions had been crooks and neerdowells was too much for tho worshipconsisted sinnersHe con SoftJimmy o sneerrounlntgolnto squeal on account of that find be you Jim JimLookqut of the old fellers coat Ulc JimIThe habit of years could not beIovercome in a moment Goaded rby lenpedforwould have been on the bunch of ofRedlypocket Like a flash came the sight of the purse the gray lock 6f hair the words in the newspaper that made such an Impression upon himno he moreHlsbnn1moneysafoefrom restediUp01glaring at him with eyes furious with anger Well taint no use said Jim quietly but firmly I couldnt Red somehow after thatand Ill never try it again Ypu get another palIt you want tokeep IvetThat night a black seal purse was greatNewfollowsdowner of this I gess he wants It bad The thief as Timestla Extremis The fouryearold daughter of a r andcherbackMamma she said I want to see my papnINo dear her mother replied your papa is busy and must not be disturbed persistedurAs before the mother replied No disturbedjBut a clincher solemnlyysee my minister II PALISADE PATTERNS 111A DUSTING OUTFIT Designed br B RTHA BROWWINO withovtauseful Utereison other occasions when there ether work todo which would soil Miladys gown aad the forborneconsists of a narrow square yoke from which the full straight portion depends The underarm eam is left open for a short pegsthroughDutch order and very becoming The sleeves provide for a shirr or elastic to be run la ercaleandmadrasatesuitablematerialsForthe H37 Sizes small medium and large cotir kCfty For 10 events enclosed please eead pattern No 0137 to the following address t SIZE N N N 111 N 3IltH NI11NADDRETSSf1 CITY and TATENNNoNa h h N NN 1lN N N w OUR HOME TOWN- A Department Devoted to Village Betterment RICHARD HAMILTON BYRD wit4theacid every one interested in the improvement and the protection of rural- vU1ace life What Is being done in your town to encourage small industries and lot home employment What is doing along the line of street improve iB nt and the beautifying of private lawns and public parka Are your local merchants receiving the support of the local trade lxperlenceplnn so offarTHR INDEPENDENT TOWN Make Each Rural Center Dependent Upon Itself and Its Own Resources Th re has lately developed a strong sentiment looking to the Improvement of tie home town making each community as much as possible dependent upon itself and its own resources and thoselor its sur rounding country and independ ent ojf the great centres which are constantly striving to secure a portion local wealth This local self sufficiency may be fostered by an In dividual and cooperative determi nation1 to bring the town up to its plane of comfort general usefulness and beauty to its rest dents1 may be described as a improvementVwealu1ln many American villages and towns during the last ten or twenty years the development of popular education and the increase of leisure has g en an opportunity for the per forma Ice of public duties such as had noit seemed to exist to the young man or woman of the former gener ation who In the effort to secure a livelihood and establish a home had given Httle thought to the duties of citizenship and social responsibilitie- sIt la only within a comparatively few y ars that nature study has entered Into any of the publicschool work or even manual training while there are rijany who yet think that gymnasiumstbaths even schools and free lectures are unnecessary titn e consumers for the young Nevertheless the general movement for a better education along rural lines and for backyard and street improve meat and the general betterment of the and town Is rapidly in creasing an Instance of this even in such a larg city as St Louis girls and boys are given practical instruction in gardening through the Junior School of Horticulture of the Missouri Botanical Gardens The children are permitted to sell their own products a decided stimulus to their eorts and Iii this way many of them earn considerable pocket money for vacation time This school has been in oper ation for a number of years and is of great value to the citizens as well as to the children of the city the latter of whom would otherwise know practt cally nothing of nature as country Children know it 1pin Texas the school garden nown improvement idea has made headway although there has been greater difficulty in obtaining popular approval and support possibly than in any other section of the country owing to the fact perhaps that the Lone Star StUte has vast areas of unoc cupied land and to the fact that the influential majority has been but a short tUne removed from the cattle ANTLIFEl range business However tlW more centralized portion of society has taken the matter and it Is stated that the most publicspirited citizens oC the towns and cities together with the progressly i teachers have made school gardens rural education a success during thQ past two seasons and have aroused such enthusiasm among the pupils that wherever it has been tried the school garden has become a fixture Let yohr child plant his own gar den Bath r his own harvest of fruit and learn through Ids own small experience something of the influence of the sun dew and rain and gain thereby a remote presenti ment the reciprocal energies of nature and a reverent feeling for the divine litPnnll law expressed In nature The child is a plant a vege table and must live out of doors or permitIroebelbasis and est of nil our energies and this wns one of the morning stars of tie new hygiene a THE AGRICULTURAL HIGHSCHOOL byCrosbyture of Local improvement Through Rural Education In the new Year Book of the De partment of Agriculture just issued is a description by D J Crosby of the office of Experiment Stations which whatplendldthrough the introduction of common sense agricultural studies In some of howtheyappearstovillage high school which the w Iter wInby a good general farming and lairy country Is the vlllagoof Wateiford on the outskirts of which is the s te of Fort le Boeuf of French andIi dia war fame At Waterford the first school in Erie County was establ sh in 1SOO and here as far back as 1822 was erected astone academy I uild ing which is used today as the nain part of the highschool building Time mlatlOIlside in the borough of Waterf d TlM borough has its own elemei tary school but the high school is sup ort ed and controlled jointly by the bor ough and townshipV This high school with its t iree tidylanguagehas an enrollment of SO pupils anJ US ofthefce are in the agricultural course This course includes agriculture five hours a week for Jour years The work of the first year is devoted to a study of plant lifegermination i lout growth plant food reproduction i rop agatlon transplanting pruning and use of plants the second year 10 a study of field orchard and gai den crops the third year to domestic ani mals dairying and soil physics a 1 the fourth year to the chemistry of soils and of plant and animal life Text books are used in the class rooms a small library of agricult iral reference books reports and bulletins of this Department and experiment stations and agricultural papers on tributed by the publishers is in arm lost constant use and lectures on agri cul tural subjects are given before the class and before the whole school by the instructor in agriculture who is an agricultural college graduate hut the feature of instruction which chiefly distinguishes this agricultural course from the ordinary high school course is the prominence given to the laboratory work and the outdoor prac ticum For the laboratory work there is no elaborate apparatus The pupils make much of their own apparatus furnish their own reagent bottles and moreover use them In the plantlife course the pupils study not elaborate and carefully prepared drawings but er CLASS IN LIVE STOCK JUDGING CATTLE AND SehoofIup aftd flowers that tilt plants themselves with reference to their life history und economic uses For the outdoor practiciini the school is unfortunate In having neither land nor domestic animals not fowls and yet it has a wealth of mUg trative material all around lit Every good farm within a radius f 3 or 4 poultryyardand the farm stores furnlslr costly illustrative material and extend vastly the teaching force of the high school The farmers anti owiters of good live stock either bring their animals to the door of the school house to bo studied by the class in agricul ture or allow the class to go to their Itishorse to come to the village and get thehlhigtheopportunityto andGL- i It had been organized only three or four weeks and yet the interest man ifested and the readiness with which the boys and girls described the beef type the dairy type and various breeds of cattle the inu on and wool types of sheep the principal breeds of draft horses and some of the stand ardbred roadsters and trotters were indeed surprising At the close of the recitation the class was taken to a barn in the village w ere von tine roadsters were owned The owner was not at home but the teacher had standing permission to take t horses from the barn In order that the class might examine them A fine Hamble tonlan mare was led into the yard and examined critically by the pupils and criticised by them the different points being brought out by skillful question Ing on Of the teat v Fom this place the class went to a livery barn where a splcfiiid black Percheron stallion was stahLnl for the slay A member of the class had dis eingdrivenaway and following the driver to time barn had got permission for the class to examine him When the livery thist him through his paces and helped the teacher in calling attention to ifs good points and the contrasts between i draft type and the roadster type olj horses and allowed us to take photographs It was an instructive lesson not only for the members fortJeamid townsmen who collected around the livery stable In much the saute way the local butcher Is the instructor in the high school The class studying the beet type of cattle or the mutton sheep or the different classes of swine is taken to the butcher shop and given a drionstratlon lesson on cuts and their relative val ties which of the breeds are apt to produce the better cuts which the better quality ant so on Thus this little village high school though it pays only 2230 a year in HIGH CLASS JUDGING MAI3 salaries and only 9370 for other penses has a faculty made up of numerous specialists and an equipment in illustrative material such as few technical high schools could afford And the pupils are being trained in the elements of failure and success not only on nil the farms Of time neighborhood but in the village shops and markets This is training for efficiency It Is training for cul ture for breadth of view and for sympathy with all that goes to makeup the life of the community Homecraft and Craft The homeeroft idea referred to by George H Maxwell in Ills address be fore the Biennial Convention of the General Federation of Womens Clubs closely allied to the home arts and crafts propaganda in which so many III and out of the federation are inter cst l1 The homecroftcr owning his home and a little patch of ground micro two more lessIs of ail persons thifoue most Hkely to be inter ested in home crafts little lines oi tlllrplOduceport to his family eltl constantly as r a substitute for wigeearning em plo inynt when some great shop factory may be suspended Aided perhaps by a little gas engine else trio motor he inaj have a choice of a infinite variety of crafts in which and his family may profitably engage Here a combination Which seems to offer relief from the demoralizing and devitalizing conditions of our present factory system also a mode of multi plying the number of those citizens Independent of both landlord and em ployer who are the backbone of American democracy Give us the houiecrofter and the craftsman In one Keep Polities Out Every publlcmindcd citizen should make known that he absolutely opposed to partisan political control in the management of public parks roadside improvement playgrounds and like town betterments Nothing can be pore to such de velopment than the interference o politics Party responsibility as remedy for municipal mismanagement lies been prove a delusion and a snare Such methods have raised to Important places bigoted Incompetent and sometimes dishonest men wao by reason of their weaknesses oc mis whlltshouldpositions Our citizens should Insist absolutely that no political consider ations be allowed to intcrfer with park affairs and should visit with marked censure and disapproval nil city officials who prostitute their trusts for mere political gain Fresh Air Playgrounds American cities are far behind European cities In mnklnsr provision for public parks especially in proIviding for the instruction and amuse ment of children in timer In modern municipal equipment In Europe much provision Is made for the Instrl1ctionI and amusement of most modernized European cities large sums of mone have been expended procuring spaces for thorn In dis tricts of congested population OPPORTUNITIES AT HOME PERXICIO US PHIL OSOPHY OFJOHS J IXGALLV FA3WUS POEM HOW HOME OPPORTUNI TIES HAVE BEENV OVERLOOKED pi be1ounuIndustries Many a beautiful tiling is pernicious in its effect There is no telling how many wen have given up a good lighting chance and have literally laid down in harness because they had absorbed from John J ingalls poem OPPORTUNITY the Idea that they had lied their chance and that for them at least opportunity would not return Here the poem Master of human destinies amj I Fame love and fortune on rny foot steps walt Cities and fields I walk I penetrate Deserts and seas remote Arid pass tRoveloon I knock unbidden once at every gate If sleeping wake If feasts g rise before r I turn away ft Is the hour of fate everyqMortals desire and jCon i1Cljevery every foeISave loath but those who doubt hesitate Condemned to failure penury and woe Seek me in vain and uselessly implore I answer not and I return no imore beautiful poem yes but pernic ious as Is the theory of fate the rtwln tenet of predestination If oppor tunity comes but once whereas time use of striving tfi President James of the University of Illinois during the recent commence WATERFORD SCHOOL A HAMBLETONIAN ex is ai or or er or or Is It is detrimental is or or A or rent exercises took occasion to refer to the philosophy of Ingalls famou poem It is false and misleading said Mr James It is not a single of portunity which conies to a maD It i a train It is a neverending proces sloe some large growing perhaps more satIlland more ttcHornlH cant as the years flow on but and always opportunities too name oils too great rind too large for us to utilize fully This Is good healthful optimism There never was a time when opportunities of all shapes sizes and color- 110hhed up on every corner as they do today lad they are not confined any particular country or Ibcalt They are waiting everywhere Undol- imo rapidly changing industrial an economical conditions they are sprlng Ing up in odd and out oftimeway places Old settlements old moss growvri and for years silent a the cemetery that clings to fhei rkirts are finding new youth In revival of occupations and simple dustries which twenty years ago war deemed impossible The farms of New EnglandThe farms that were left tenantless because it was thoucht that the only Hies for success were to be found tile West are receiv4ng new leases o life IIACeiFor a century the American people have been moneymad Every thing has been sacrificed to th0 idea of accumulation The dollar si became the sole badge of honor and a mans suctess was measured not by what he male of himself not by t he accomplished for his fellows or world at large but hy the size of his pile t This standard of success hls warp ed the imagination of the whole peo pie The merchant and professional pUhiAnot fo be outdone lies awake nights thinking how he may get more land He bas now more than he cnn till but the land lust has seized him and comforts and a quiet life are d fin the market in order that the iine fence may be removed This has been the condition for maity earm1l1 it requires careful observation to detect any clia go nut a reaction has set in The per dulum is rntimenint t life find home surroundings s apparent With this rotu s a desire to hack to original principles to abandon the cities and seek the healthful life of the Tarni and time village The growth of our cities has been abnormal the direct result of ab normal transportation conditions 4To him that hath shall be given and to him that path not even that which hath shall betaken away has been time working police of modern com mercial transportation companies The small town has been sacrificed t tIll city This was the natural result of competition In centers where numerous railroads meet low rates mire given to both the ingoing and Outgoing freight but where there Is but ono road the traffic is taxed all that It will bear This condition has had a Continued on column AjV BE 4 HOME CROFTERT + Learn by Doing Work Together Give every Man a Chance HOJIECROlTiiW iS ohancJEvcrJtodridual Industrial I depcndcnccfor Every Worker in aiJlom of his Qn on the Landi l j camt thyme And flowers for sles oft on Sundar morn cwlestchlmesIThi Citizen standing In the of his fin5soundsbarracks are exhausted ftenry H uraJ Ina I EDUCATION OPPORTVNrfY THETHE HOIHIECROFTERS rJAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED AND AMONG ITS CONTENTS RB THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES OF ABSORBING INTEREST Brotherhood of Man Charity that if Everlasting The Secret of Nippons Power tJ Lesson of a Great Calamity ThougfnICopies ofII THE FIRST BOOK OF THE HOMECROFTERScon be obtained by s twelve twocent stamps with YOur Horjecroftcrts a Platform of the Tdli that will Chronicie the Progresa of the man The following is taken trigrHOaiECROFT MOVEMENT from and inform all who wish to co operate throughtheCircles Clubs or Gilds to promote Town add Village Betterment stimu late home civic pride and loyalty t home institutions industries anti trade improve methods and facilities of education ini the local public schools and create nw opportunities At Home that will go far to check the ilriffof trade and population to the clues The first Gild of the Home rotters- has been established at Watertown n Massachusetts The Gildhall Shops are located at 103 Mai 1Street where the Garden School is now fury organized and ovbr one hundred children are at work in th gardens The departments for train Ing in Homecraft t and Village Industries are being installed The Weaver s ire already at work at the looms It is not designed to build here an isolated iinsiltution but to make a model which can be duplicatedlin any town or Village In the country rnSI1lratlontorQf his own On the Land jn the CREED AND PLATFORM OP THE foEPeace has her victories no less renowned than war EDUCATION COOPERATIONs sHOMECiR0FT8 We believe that the Patriotic logs of the Whole People of this atto Gardenra dividual industrial Independence for Every Worker in a Home f hIS Ow on the Landr and that until hd own ptnrposse e of every wage worker should pe his any1 tindf population In the Cities are a pollsg suri ltetteimennt 1 pfdSo an Suburban Towns and Villages icier and industry can be so firml drawnn Wafj t Humanity into the Vertex oftheGreat We believe that every Citizen I this Country has an Inherent an Fundamental Right to an Education Livgng straight from Mother Earth and that hq has the same right to the Oppbrtun wvIleearn no only r cor sortable livelihood bit enough more to enable him to ibe- Homecrofter a and to have a Home his Own with ground around sutAdent to yield him and his f rewarrfor his own labor We believe that the Public Domni Is the most precious or the and the surest safeguard tho nation has against Social Unrest Din tugboats or Upheaval and tha the Cause of Humanity and the freserva tion of Social Stability and of our Free Institutions demand that the ab orp tlon of the public lands into specula the private pwnership without settle ment be forthwith stopped and tins time nation should create opportunities for Homecrofters by building irtlga and drainage works to reclaim tland as fast as it is needed to give every man who wants a Home Ort the Land a chance to get itWe believe that as a Nation should be less absorbed with Mn do Money and should pay more heed to raising up and training Men who will welefare of our Workers is of more con sequence than the mere accumulation of Wealth and that Stability of IandoBusiness Conditions Is of greater portance to the people of this countr as a whole than any other one qUes tion that is now before them andwe believe that the only way to Presrv- such Stability and to Permanently Maintain our National Prosperity Is to carry into immediate effect d ant cno MEcTTstI I The EDU39S EMPLOYMENT AJNli ON THE LAND htgardening ndobe established1county governments municipal man where out learnhowtligrounde ncshouldIIon the land BUILD HOM OROFTS AS ATrQN- o AL SAFEGUARDS ofLandand Subdivlsiok and Advances to Set tiers Act shall be adopted in tint country to the end that laud shall1 b thFhandsoccupationin againsttheresulting from the overgrowth of cities and the sufferings of unem ployed wage eorners PROTECTION FOR THE AMER ICAN HOMECROFT tbeencouragedtectlon for the America Wageworker and his Home applied directly to the Home by the Exemption from Tarn anduandnor Rural Homestead of not more than ownerscultivates with his own labor and iso provides therefrom all or partof the support for a family ENLARGEMENT OF AREA dABLE FOR HOMEMAKINGTT the National Government part of a comprehenslv nation sal policy of internal Improvements for river control and regulation and for the enlargement to the utmost possible extent of the area of the country available for agri culture and Homes on the Land and fromiwhere theylands but shall also preserve existing forests reforest denuded areas plant new forests and build the great reser voirs and otter engineering works necessary to safeguard against over thOdnow ru was OPPORTUNITIES AT HOME tendency to draw the manufacturing transportationU totqutown pendiiit indthe presence of accumulated vice haven demonstrated to the satisfaction f every one that we will never reach our highest industrial success until file average workman Is placed where he can have fresh air a family and s home for that family The small town everything else being equal is the place for industries A man with io home and who spends his evenings with his family beautifying that- t butlieployer than his brother laborer who has no interest other than that hfe andinWhen the reformers have settled the industrial labor will not butga o Six hours In the factory or the min and the balance at home working on an acre of ground may be made 4 solution of the whole question between labor and capital Any man with a home and one acre ot the earths surr face that he can call his own and daringyfive or six hours neeI- ar want for himself or his family such conditions his family cats understhe advantages a atmosphere t 1vr 0 r ry Tr r 3Iit1fljh1tt CHAPTER IX Sir Nigel who had entered the roorrt with a allvery haired old lady upon arm stared aghast at this sudden of candor Maude Maude said ho shaking his head it Is moro hard for mo to gain obedience from than from the tenscoro drunken archers who followed me to Gulnnb Yet Httio one fbr your talrJadymother will be hero anon there n need that sho should know Wo will you from the provostmarshal this Journey Away to your sweeting and keep a blithe face for she who confesses is Shrl en And now fair moth hlsdattghterhadyour blood runs colder than it did Alleyne Edrlcson I would have a word with you for I would fain that yo should take service under me An hero in good time comes my lady with out whose counsel it is not my won to decide aught to import but Indeed It was her own thought that you should comeFor I have formed a good opinion of you and can see that you are ono who maybetrusted said tho Lady sooth dear lord bath ne q d of such a one by his side for he necks to little of him that there should be one there to loo to his meet his wants You have the cloister It wero wellA that you should see the world too ere you make chotjce for life between them Nigelloo1dngeyes Yes I hav4ridden much at the ab bey t yfriarsYou can sing play On nlfnln flute and rebeckmGood You can read blazonry gZviceable I have served all ny life my lord Canst carve too rJ have carved tab days a week for the brethren uA model truly Wilt make a squire of squires But toll me pray canst curl hair uNo my lord but- I could learn It Is of import said he for I love to keep my well ordered see ing that the weight of my helmet for thirty hath in some degree frayed it pItalso to bear tho purse said the lady for my sweet lord Is of so free and gracious a temper that he would give gayly to the first who asked alms All ithese things with some kijowJedge of venerie and of the mana nt of horse hawk and hound with the grace and hardihood and courtesy which are proper to your age wilt make you a fit squire for Sir Nigel Lorlnfrf Alleyne answered L youhaveto wait upon so renowned a knight yet I am so conscious of my own weak ness that I scarce dare Incur duties which I might be so fitted to fulfil Modesty a humble mind said she very first and rarest gifts in page or squire Your words prove that you hav these and all the rest Is but the work of use and Of time We can scarce hope said Sir Nigel Uto have all ready for our start before the feast of S Luke for there Is much to be time You will have leisure therefore if it please you to take service under me In which to devoirAnd favor to crave from you added the lady of the castle as Alleyne turned to leave their presence You havei I understand much learning which you haya acquired at Beaulieu I have you give an hour or two a whilst you are with us in discoursing with my daughter the Lady Maude for she Is somewhat backward I f and hath ho love for letters save for these poor fond romances which do but nil her empty head with dreams of enchanted maid ens and of errant cavalier Father Christopher comes over after rtones from the Priory but he Is stricken with years and slow of speech so that she gets small profit from his teaching I would have yqu do what you can with her and with Agatha my young tro woman and with Dorothy Pierpont And so AlI yne found himself not only chosen as squire to a knight but also as squire to throe damozels which was even further from the part which be had thought to play In the world And now there came a time of stir and bustle of furbishing of aims and clang of harntnerfrum all the south land the tidings from thorpe to thorpe and from afootto castle that the old game was once more and the lions and lilies to be in the field with the early spring t Great news for that fierce old country whose trade for a generation had been wanher exports archers and her imports prisoners For six years her sons had nn unwonted pence Now they flew to their arms as to their birthright The old soldiers of Crecy of Nogent and of Poictiers were think that they might hear the wartrumpet once more and gladder still were hot youth who load chaffed fpr years under the mar tlal tales of heir sires To pierce the great mountains of the south to tight the tamers f the fiery Moors to fol low the greatest captain of the age to find sunny and vineyards when the marches of Picardyand Nor mandy were as bare and bleak as tho wits golden Fromseas in the cottago o castle Nor did it take long for every strong ateeveryd a autumn road and country lane resounded with naklr and tiiumpet with the neigh of the warhors and the clatter of march Ing men In the ancilent and populous count- ampshireof H there was no lack o leaders or soldiers for a servi ce which promised either honor or profit Greatest of all the musters however was that at Twynham Castle for the name and the fame of Sir Nigel Loring drew toward him the keenostand bold est spirits all to servo under valiant a lender Archers from the New Forest land the Forest pf blllmen from the pleasant countr which Is watered by the Stour the Avon and th cavaliers from the ancient Hampshire houses were pushing for to tnk service under the banner of the flv scarlet roses And now could Sir Nigel havo shown tho bachel es of land which the laws of rank required he might well have cut his pennon Into n square taken surh a following Into bannerf andas would have supported the dignity of a banneret But poverty was heavy upon him his land was scant his coffers empty and the very castle which hovered him the hot denshed spearmen turned away from gates for lack the money which might lettoequip twhich Aylward gavo him powers he was not slow to- uSle Lrtour the Oas oon lieutenantof the White Company q assured him t nt there remained In his keepIng enough to fIt out n hundred twenty mon at arm s vetwhicheran companions n would make force which any Ieade r might bo proud to command CareJ r lCp IT rvcjhted t89By Harp r Brot eTS Synopsis of prccctLg chapters at end of this Installment veteranknight anxioustSam Aylward and others of his more experienced followers as to who should comp and who should stay By All uphisas stout a following of Hampshire foresters as ever twanged their warbows Twenty menatarms too well mounted and equipped formed youngdFord of Botley the martial sons of martial sires came at their own cost to wait upon Sir Nigel and to share with Alleyne Edr cson the duties ot his squircship Yet oven otter ho enrolment there partdy notcheaperInthe longbow however it was differ gooand tft spare with him Then three spare cords should be carried for each bow with a great store of arrowheads chainmailksarts or arm e p a Abovellhard at work cutting the white our coats which were the badge of the company and adorning them with the red Iron of St George upon the centre of the breast When all was completed and the muster galled in the castle ard the oldest soldier of too French fain to confess that he had never looked upon a better equipped or thoknightreat black warhorse in the front of to Hordle John the giant re crult who leaned carelessly upon a Ofrtesvisa before while a fair sprinkling were men who had followed the wars thosobattles wonderSix long weeks were taken In these 1IarUnroasNigh two months had Alleyne Edric FROM BELOW son been in Castle wYnhammonths- which were fated to turn the wholo current of his life to divert It from that dark and lonely bourne toward which it tended and to It into freer and more sunlit channels Al ready he had learned to bless his father for that wise provision which had made hIm seek to know the world ere ho had ventured to renounce itFob it was a different place from that which lie had pictured very dif hearddescribedices held forth to his charges upon tno ravening wolves who lurked for them beyond the peaceful folds of Beaulieu andlustnot virtues to atone positive virtues which did nk from temptation which held their own in all tho rough blasts of thb workaday world Hew colorless by contrast ap tramInablUtynemylAbbotkindlyknlheld as lofty and an ideal of InturnlnJthat of the other Alleyne cbuld not feel lifefstrove In thfe tiltyard to qualify himself to be a nrthy squire to so worthy a knight Young supple and active with all the pent energies from years notlonand his wolf to earn an nod from critical raonat TerYronsldcrntfonR dayowiththrennil therefore doubly dan rrous from tho monkish Yet ho found 91otnewtoundjoy wrtRnbornpuzzlNl senhnTntotsparotenYtollInwithstendvsingle feet could by any driving be tnlktou 1 heroes 0f gallant deeds and lofty or he m got hold forth upon moon an stafs and let his fancy wander over tho hidden secrets of the universe and he would have a rapt listener with flushed peeks and eloquent eyes who could repeat after him the very words which had fallen from his lips But when It came to almagest and astrol able tho counting of figures and reck oning of epicycles away would go her thoughts to horse and hound arid a va warntheupon his scholar Then he had but to bring out the old romancebook from tho Priory with befingered cover of purPid learningAtwas upon her she would break into pert ness and rebel openly against lleyne a gentle firmness Yet he would jog quietly on with his teachings taking no heed to her mutiny until she would be conquered by his p and break Into selfrevillngs k hun dred times stronger than her fault de manded It chanced however that on one of these mornings when the evil mood was upon her Agatha the young mistressd make tart rejoinder to the teachersquestions In an the Lady blazingeyeswith anger You would dare Said she You would dare The tried texcuse herself But my fair lady IhaveYou would data repeated the lady gracelessbaggage shiftsAndsuffering You wouldha you ma well flee the room Sho had spoken with a rising voice and a clasping and opening of her long marvethatskirts of were whisking round boheardqorridor tottigresso s his rescue There is no need for such anger he said mildly The maids ON words have done me no scath It Is erredIam a nos enougthatthat there Js not a second one mehon your hot and words You have called her a baggago and a lackbrain whatAnd taught me to speak tho truth she cried Now I pleasyouI shall call her suddenjangllnrsthat little class And yet there were himsolwhetherwho was gaining sway and influence over him If she were changing s was he In vain he strove and reasons lettinglaughter Stronger than reason strong trongerthnnthat old old tyrant who will brooK no youthHo face the change which had como upon him when a few sudden chance words showea itnil up hard and clear like lightning in the darkness Ho hnd ridden over to Poole one fellowsquirePeterstaves from Wnt OnilllllUlK the Dor sotshlro armorer was a hard ladwhoTh1layd mute with scarce a word a mile to be stow upon his comrade brokoOttIt may be so tho other answered heortolttng Is this learn o ht her thnt nheritnabdlsro9necti ht her IP morn tied to tohnveIndA1JrYne 1tnudoInhrorts blood to serve her JT o spnKe facflushedlriRheobosom thotherk e to the slope of the Portsdown Mill Sure am 1 t n1Slr Nigel would be blithe at such a match But how the lady asked Alleyne with dry lips Ah lad there lies my trouble It Is a toss of the head and a droop of the eyes if I say one word of what is in my yesternlghttor myI1elmshe kept It for a better man and then all in a breath asked pardon for thatshe had spoke so rudely Yet she would not take back the words either nor would she the veil Has it seemed to thee Alleyne that she loves any one Alleynowithhis heart canenotwhoarethepageshortlyandeach intent upon his own thoughts thedwithlistlesschangeInAgathalhcLady Maude had sought her chamber withrthat kills quoth she tolldhanduponsame trouble Said she with the samo sidelong look Coast not give a namo to leechcraftNay butthreeCastle Twynha be as dull as too tocloudIn soothy so ho answered I loseherHer father cried too tirewomanwith a little trill of laughter Oh simple simple And sho was off down whileAlleyne daringtoseemed to underlie her words- CHAPTER X St Lukes day had come and had ofMarUnmat Loudothe brazen bugles from keep waathegathered in the outer bailey with torches to light them for the morn had not yet broken Alleyne from the window of the armory looked down oYstern and boarded faces the quick of arms and the lean heads of the horses In front stood th bow men ten deep with a fringe of underofficers who paced hither and thither the ranks with curt preIcept or sharp rebuke Behind were the little clump of steelclad horsemen their lances raised with long penslls drooping down the oaken shafts So silent and stir were they that the might have been metalsheethed statues were it not for the occasional quid A HEARTFELT ANSWER WAS HER LIPS WHEN AHOARSE SHOUT ROSEUP THEBAILEY rObUsti Inflexible wcapon enough approving standpoint suddenly frightened tirewoman Agatha bitter shortly ImlvmoMier shimmer marshalling chargersotthe strainedhtho spare and longlimbed figure of Black Simon the Norwich fighting man his fierce deep lined taco framed in steel and the silk guidon marked with the five scarlet n ses slanting over his broad right she ulder The young squln was leaning forward gazing at the tinting and martial scene when ho heard a short quick gasp at his shoulder and theta was herhenrthaltpluckedlily sharpIntnkeweeping bitterly unnerveddso sad Jady menrfind their back I have seen it before when I was a little maid in tho year of tho Princes great battle musteredInand ladymother holding me In test armst at this very window that I might seo tho show Plensd God will see them all back ere another ear be out said he She shook her head looking round at him with flushed and eyes which sparkled In the lamplight Oh but I hate myself for being a woman 9she cried with a stamp of her little goodHereand spin and spin and sew and talk nothingomythoughtsraise my mind abovo tapestry and distaffs What can I do I am of no brokenbowstaveYou are of such value to me ho cried In n whirl of hot passionate words thnt all else tens become naught You ore my heart mv life my ono and only thought Oh Maude cannot live without you I cannot leave you without n word of Jove AH Is changed to me since known vou I am floor and lowly and all unworthy but If great love may weigh down such defects then mine may do It Give me but one word of hope to take to the wars with me teat one h you shrink you shudderi My wild words have frightened you Twice she opened her lips and twice no sound came from them At last who spoke In nnd measured voice ns one who ante not trust herself to spank too freely This Is ovofsudden nhe said It Is not so long since the world was nothing to you You have changed r ClahgCjagnln Edrlcsons Nay I am sorry 1 did hot AlloynethisI scarce know what to howeverdlstantsontecherish in heartNay Alleyne It wero a eruct kind dndtrueyou despitefully There cannot be a madnesstoreasons It Is enough that my father and your brother would both cry out against It withitiowouldand cqrtes to my father amongst them 1YtrulyMaude You give mo some ay ft promltlaSay ayhearandaheartrelt1 ttbrofup from the bailey below At tho sound her face set her eyes sparkled nOdheadbut a soul of fire s1ocriednotimewhQntheFarewellholdout her white slim hand to hlrti shewhiskedhis outstretched hand the war Terlaktendcheering burst out from below and ho POrtculIIsPresslng tunicnndrushed musterThethe hot spiced ale Was served round and last farewell spoken Flrstcamc bestrldJlgseltAfternine menatarms all picked soldiers warsbeforethBridgeshouted for the flag of the five roses and Its gallant guard cambtwoscore theirbacksmost deadly weapon that the wit of thrustinglfortfrom h each maps girdle hung sword or serf hltJrlthtquiver with Its bristle of goose pigeon and peacock feathers altogetherkland where the Gray GOOS 0 flew ttvOtrumpeterstwo drummers In parti colored clothes sumpterhorsescookingkettlesthe hundred other things which ex uharriedwith red trappings led by a varlet antablemore archers ten more menatarm twentYbowmenAylwarmarchingd ontrustcompantonsASnJtonjestsflewtromabout betwixt the marching archers and the gazing crowd The Company had marched to th Lorinrodeon Pommers his great black war warhorse whose ponderous echocloudlyspanned it Sir Nigel was still In his flatvelvetcap brOOchHe utidlebow sarinetAlllyaeasMrpalfrey eofturned tear hardllncd face up wistfully to him and ran a questioning eye over his apparel and appointments torcatshoon her farther sldoIII trust him to cyeluandmuleHIsare cold malvoiso or vernage with thethumbnnfitUtingTherCis theweathertheladyandtourpencefor one man to carry And I pray you hepathotherswithwlaewithMy sweet bird said Sir Nigel Iam right loath to part but we arenow at thee fringe of the forest and theohl1telalno criedwithfurtheroronewearymUthat heansweredfrom thee It is my custom darling knownthee Igbeing beyond compare too fairest and shoulddeem runawillingtodove that you will vouchsafe to me Imayberthe fairest and ISweetIthelenlghtslance in rest In such a cause yourswhat bedimmed Should you chanceto see a knight laugh or smile or parseyLadyDTarYhislOdging herlhandAnd now my dearest you have come andostrikingspursat top speed after his men with nls mnefurtherthey looked back and the Lady Mary whereaishehadTo be Conttftvol rt ffwfc ySynopsis of Preceding Chapters t CftNrrnordle ieonrdAUeyearlcxan Xd hto nllebecame T1I1tSrAylwardeQuarrelInlrWlthQalnlogthe8ocmaaaenmlt The ID4Jdeu that he 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tomatoes although bymanySplendid results follow fall or winter plowing At any rate land should be plowed as early In the spring as pos- sIble Plow deep and f lbw with earth mulching that is maintain a thin layer of fine earth on tpe surface by shallow cultivation whlbh will be of great value In saving the moisture The variety should be such as the canneries prefer They will generally pricetoIn case It is preferred to grow the settheyor on the south side of a board fence In a rich warm soil The plants will increase to proper size In four or five week and should be set out in the field in rows about four feet apart for ease Of cultivation Start the cultiva tion early but be careful not to bark the as that will kill them When they begin to branch do not cultivate closer than the ends of tip branches Continue stirring the soil IN THE GOOD statall4 For heavy yields it Is essential that strong land or heavy fertilization be used While is true that on many of the soils in fe Middle States a remunerative may be produced with little fertilization It is also true that on nearly all of these soils a liberal UH of fertilizers will be profitable The tomato plant is a gross feeder and especially requires an abundant supply of potash Prof Voorhees of New Jersey who is authority on such subjects estimates that ten tons of fruit with the accompanying vines would contain fiftyseven pounds of nitrogen sixteen pounds of phosphoric acid and ninetyJour pounds of potash On many of our clay lands phosphoric applicationmost profitable crops The nitrogen supply Is more variable and can often be secured by turning under a legumi noun crop On Eastern lands Which have been devoted to last years toma toes nitrate of soda can be used with a profit In the Central States manu facturers of fertilizers have not offered goods specially prepared for this vegetable because of a lack of demand due largely to the ignorance of same and from lack of knowledge of the requirements of the soil But of late both the growers and the canners are asking for advice regarding fertilizers to be used on tomatoes Amixture that has been officially recommended contains Nitrogen 4 per cent Phosphoric acid 7 per cent Potash 12 per cent using about 500 pounds of this mixture per acre Some experiments of early tomatoes teem to that sulphate of potash gives them a better quality A properly made tobacco fertilizer is also for this crop and the potash In it Is derived from sulphate A New Potato Culture A queer tale In agriculture comes by way of Chicago It Is stated that a halfbushel of sawdust a dash of chemical solution and fifteen potatoes carefully enveloped with the sawdust will enable the average householder to grow a bushel of tubers on his house dnysThiselaborated by W D Darst of Great Falls Mont Moreover the grower will have no potato bugs to contend with no turning over of the soil at certain Intervals and no contest with worm processisthe tact that grown under these ap parently unnatural conditions there is no surface vegetation because of which each potato burled In the sawdust is enabled to produce at least twelve normalsized tubersLRecently at the Plaza la the rear of the Oakland Hotel Mr growIngon the theory that the presence of sur face vegetation was only a method of securing nourishment and in realty sapped the vitality of the tuber Mr Darst experimented more than six years and found he could overcome this seemingly natural course on the part of the plant by supplying It arti ficially with its needs By employing sawdust peat straw or any other earth product that would permit of the circulation of air moist are and heat and by solutions of various fertilizers discovered multiplyitselftwelve to sixteen other potatoes of approximately the same dimensions without throwing off any of its energy above ground Pricked in loosely arranged bins per mitting the free access of air and arranged in rows six Indies above each GROWN OLDFASHIONED WAY other with an allowance of one cubic foot of sawdust to the seedling Mr Darst has demonstrated the rapidity of growth and the proportions that the potatoes may attain by showing that within sixty days fifteen potatoes will produce a bushel In the character of his experiments and the success that 1 IC POSE hrs attended them Mr Darst it Is stilted has the indorsement of Luther Burbank the eminent horticulturist and botanist From Chicago Record Herald Counterfeit Blossoms When the dogwood is in bloom in the spring woods he would be a very unobservant traveler who did not know it yet it is questionable if one tout of fifty of the multitude of people who come home from their country walks with their arms full of snowy branches has ever noticed the real flowers of this beautiful tree bS a Wk a aekroatlleTelrre ror Terretrtrtal and Cellwtialnee This Telescope Is prtrrtded with an adjustable Solar With this wonder ful Eyepiece you look the In the ace onthebrighteetand hotted day and study its face syou do the moon 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each order matter of fact what are commonly regarded as the petals of the dogwood are no part of the floral structure at all but merely four large white leaves which during the winter served as protective wrappers to the flower buds The real flowers are about the size of shoepegs of greenish color and are bunched several together Ina small cluster in the midst of the four white leaves and if observed at nil by the average wild flower gatherers are uistaken for stamens So too with the flowers of the pretty painted cup which when It fmakcswholecolor Plucking one we may think we are looking at a pike of gorgeous flamecolored flowers while the fact producedentirelyIntermingled with the real flowers which are as plain as Cinders s sisters and practically hidden from sight Indeed so fond is Mother Nature of befooling her unobservant devotees that she has caused one whole family of plants to be given over to this make believe habit of flowering To it be long that favorite little preacher of the April wood the arrow arum that shares with the DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTU patterdbck and pickerel weed the muddy margins of shallow streams the skunk cabbage and that aristocrat of the greenhouse the iramacu1 late calla lily With all these the flowers are unrecognizable in them selves as such except by the initiated being minute and crowded on a fleshy spikeAnother gay deceiver is the poinj setta of the hothouse In this case Is a circlet of Sscarlet leaves which popular estimation rates as a flower while the poor little real blossom clustered In the midst of these robbers of their good name live and die unap predated Relatives of the poinsetta are the wild spurges of our sandy fields The flowers of many of these inconspicuous In themselves are slm ilarly provided with relatively showy appendages deceiving all but students Model Dairy farm The Department of Agriculture has recently published a bulletin contain ing suggestions for constructing a model dairy barn It has been the endeavor of the Department to plan a barn embodying the best ideas in scientific and sanitary construction that are consistent with practicability and cheapness and it is believed the result accomplished by the plan pub lished will help the dairyman to get the best products from his cows In the most economical manner The plan is designed for 24 cows and allows ample room for calf pens and box stalls for bull and cows also space for feed room hay chute wash room and silo In presenting the plan It Is not Intended by the officials of the h II LEAVES WHICH AS BLOSSOMS Department to Insist that the arrange ment shown Is the only satisfactory one but the Idea Is to present some Important features often overlooked by the builder and which are vital to a wellplanned structure The amount of space allowed for the various purposes named on the plan Is thought to meet the require ments so far as the square feet of floor space Is concerned Thear rangement of the space can be to the needs of the particular location The design calls for a width of 30 feet 4 Inches outside There are two main reasons for adopting this width first it allows ample room for the stalls and passageways and second It permits of the most economical use of lumber in building The length shown is 84 feet but this feature Is wholly dependent on the number of cows the dairyman wishes to handle One of the weakest joints in barn con struction the small amount of win dow space usually allowed This error Is rectified by the Department in this plan by allowing approximately 6 square feet for each cow The bulletin or circular may be obtained by application to the Depart ment of Agriculture Circular 80 A I Earn this newlyhrentcd BREFCII BALI OUTFIT consisting of largo Wit and Ball by sclilnr splendid farpendln at 6c each Its lead wo trust you Write oes Pencils and circular showing Gun Indian Suits Target and other premiums Thirteenth Street Lead Pencil Co 5330W 13th Street New York I lES PLAN OF A DAIRY BARN in to in on as to 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