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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j 4i QcA trJ i It1b flflttnk Ah t DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY iI z VOLUME III + SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1901w2 THOMAS PS CLARKSQN Another of Washington Countys Good Citi zens Passes rr Away 7Another one of Washington countys most substantial citizens has passed to his reward Mr Thomas It Clarkson who has been in declining health for four or five years died yesterday afternoon of Brights disease aged 62 years having been born in this county Nov 5 1845 The deceased had spent his life in Washington county where he was known and respected by hundreds of his countymen He wasla devout member of the Catholic church an excellent Christian and a gentleman of high order He will be remembered by his hundreds of JcindnessMrand suck raiser and had devoted his life to that avocation His death had been expected at anytime for the past six months but nevertheless when the announcement off his demise was made upon the streets yesterday afternoon the people were shocked He was a brother of Mr Wm J Clarkson who died about two years ago and of Mr Lloyd Clarkson whose death occurred last March He leaves a brother Mr Richard Clarkson of Lebanon and a sister Mrs Ben Haydon of this place To these The Sun together with many friends ex toJJmoby Rev Father Hennesy and interment will occur in St Domnics cemetery For Barrel of Beer LebmonEnterprise A test suit was filed in the Marion Quarterly court sev eral days ago by Mr C E Johnson against the Louisville Nashville rail road A barrel containing bottles of beer was shipped Mr Johnson from Vincennes Irid shortly after the local option laws became effective in this city Soon after it arrived Mr Johnson went to the depot for it but the agent refused to turn it over to him until he had been advised about the matter Mr Johnson sued out a writ of delivery in the Quarterly court and when served by Sheriff Gartin thebarre was deliv ered In order to test the law on the question Mr Johnson filed a small suit for damages against the company for refusing to deliver the beer when it was at first demanded by him It is believed that inasmuch as the shipment was made from another state it was not illegal Groceries Close at 8 Oclock i The Springfield grocers have agreed to close their stores at 8 oclock during the Summer Jailer Catlett taps the Courthouse bell at that hour The loafers are asked to vacate and the doors are closed Sheep Killedr Harrodsburg Democrat Sheepkill ing dogs have been getting in their work at a lively clip in different sections of the county in the past few nights Mr John Robinson who lives on the Perryville pike a short distance from town reports the loss of nine valuable lambs by worjbhlesg urs while Messrs William Moss Lanl ford Hard in and Jeff Robards have also lost a number in the same manner Mr Robinson in talking to The Democrat about the slaughter of his sheep said that a strange arid unjust thing about the new law enacted by the last General Assembly which enables a farmer to recover damages for his loss from funds collected from the tax upon dogs is that no one is allowed to kill a dog upon his place even if it should be heepJhave been holdeng watch meetings and numerous canines have been despatch ed 1 7 ij yc MARRIED IN MERCER Mr JJ W Reed Had Not Seen His Bride in TwentyFive Years MrJ W Reed of Tablow Mercer county and Miss Helen Jenkins of illinois were married last Wednesday at Harrodsburg Mr Reed is a pros perous and welltodo farmer of his sec tion His bride is a sister of his first wife and is a woman of many admira ble traits of character Twentyfive years ago she moved to Illinoisand Mr Reed had not seen her tha time She canje to Harrodsburg last Tuesday evening and as statedabove was married last Wednesday The groom is the father of Mrs Thos Gra ham of Sharpsville Mrs Jas Royalty of this place Mrs Thos Pinkston of Cardwell and Mrs Cora Pinkston of Harrodsburg The Sun extends con gratulations to Mr and Mrs Reed KEEP COOL LL Said Geo Wharton But George Didnt Keep The boys are telling a good story on Geo Wharton This is the way the story happened to be a storytrue even in detail When the alarm of fire was given Wednesday morning two weeks ago George was aroused by his wife Mrs Wharton was very much excited and tried to hurry Mr Whar ton to the scene of the fire George said There is no need to let a little thing like a fire excite you keep cool always keep cpol well get there after a while George succeeded ip getting his shoes and trousers on then he went to the front door Some oneswas running down the street Gorge halted him Where is the fire asked the very cool and deliberate Mr Wharton Why the fellow excitedly stabledownsomething doingGeorge went to the fire with a leap and a bound and a yell of fire In other words he became excited several times every minute IOld Money Mr W B Spears brought to The Sun office this week two coins in the form of paper money Continental bills one calling for sixty dollars the other for thirtyfive The bills are numbered in red ink one bearing thj number 111202 the other 312516 One is signed by J C Masoner and Jno Graff the other by J N Cather They were issued in 1778 Terrible Wreck Santa Barbara Cal May 12While hurrying northward oVer the Coast Line of the Southern Pacific railroad yesterday afternoon homeward bound after a week of fraternizing and fiesta in Los Angeles 145 Shriners of Ismalia Temple of Buffalo and Rajah Temple of Reading with their families and friends were hurled into the midst of death when their special train running fifty miles an hour struck a defective switch at Honda a lonely sta tion on the sand wastes of the Pacific beach derailing the train smj6iing the coaches into flinders killing thirtyone almost instantly and injuring more than ascore of others The bodies of twentyone lie in the morgues of Santa Barbara this after noon and ten more are at San Luis Obispo The injured many of whom are terribly hurt and will probably die are in two sanitariums at San Luis Obispo Two persons were killed two fatally injured and six seriously injured when a train on the Covington Flemingsburg and Ashland railroad went through a trestle two miles from Flemingsburg The trestle which was fifty feet high collapsed dropping the train anden gine into the valley below The work of rescue was done with great difficul ty a line of men being formed on the hillside to pass up the dead and in jured 7 r i ewsy Letter From Maud Mr Joe Hayes Being Urged to Enter Race For Legislature uPike Gang 1 I Welcomed t Everybody down here wants Joe Hays to make the race for the Legislature He has been importuned time and time again but he has not yet consented to enter the race claiming thatI his business interests are uh can not give the time Mr Hjwsjwould make Washington county an excellent Representative We believe Mr Hays could easily win in November He is popular with all classes and is recognized as a man who would do all in his power to further the interests of the people he represented We earn that the peoplel1ot only in this section of the county LJrnt in every section are endeavoring to induce Mr Hays to make the race and we sincerely hope he will decide to serve a tern for his people The pnblic in general will welcome Squire Hendron and his gang of pike workers along the piece of road from the New bridge to Mooresville The pike along this route in places is al most impassable The taxpayers down this way hope the Fiscal court will not be so partial in its distribution of pike funds this year as last but give as much per mile on this end of the road as at the Springfield end A number pf fine milk cows In this ourveter1incalls milk fever W P Shehan James Gtigs y John Collins and RrM Arnold have had ailing cows The lat ter lost a very fine one valued at 75 Mrs John D Huston who was accompanied to Louisville a few weeks since by Dr JN Shehan where at St Josephs Infirmary she underwent a serious surgical operation will be home in a few days to the delight of her many friends Miss Beulah Arnold is at home She says to have the measles but hopes to be able to get back to Springfield to participate in the closing exercises of the High School Mr Goddard Grundy of Valley Hill and Mr Bush VanArsdale of Lexington were guests of Miss Lydia Huston the past week Mr Shannon Cloyd and wife of Har rodsburg are spending a lew days vilfh HONORS Washington May 8C C McChord chairman of the Kentucky Railroad Commission tonight became president ofI the National Association of State Railroad Commissioners and Interstate Commerce Commissioners MeHMillan who was elected at the last meeting of the associationhas resigned the position and Mr McChord succeeds him by virtue of holding the first vice presidency The executive committee of the association held a meeting here tonight at which Mr McChords suc ces ion was formally ratified It is understood that McMillan has also re signed his position as State Commis sioner owing to a proposed legislative investigation of his official conduct Frankfort Ky May 10Thd Court of Appeals wrote some further law toT day Upon the subject of county unit lo cal option declaring at if there is in a county a city of the First Second Third or Fourth class the citizens thereof may ask for a vote upon the same day by complying with the re quirment of Section 2554 of the stat utes that is by petition to the County Judge signed by the requisite number of voters but the fact that such a city may hays only a few months before voted upon the same question will not operate to prevent a vote from being taken in the entire county including such city within three years The court says that it matters not how recently a vote has been taken a city of the four classes when a vote is or mustIa separate vote it must be had upon the same day and the parents of the latter Mr and Mrs E E Wakefield V Mrs Joe Bishop and her two fine boys ere visiting at T B Flaughers last turdaY IMiss Lydia Virgin of the Nelson Normal Colleg was home last Satur day a3d Sunday Mit David Huston was Louisville last Saturday to have some eye glasses fitted DrW C Grigsby of Bardstown was visiting the family of John Week ley the past week and put in all thh time Mr wayiSunday While WO E was not with us on the local option question yet we might go farther and fare wOre than to noni inate him for the Legislature Emma Shindler is spending the Illra in Our town the guest of the of D H Huston and Dr She hanl T A Tatum of Valley Hill was vis iting at Sampson Reddicks last Thurs day The colored folks gavean entertain ment at their church across the river last Saturday night It was under the management of Mrs Brook Beam A number of the white folks attended and pronounced the exercises of a high order The news has just reached here that a new baby boy has arrived at the home of a former citizen of ours Geo Thomas now a bookkeeper in the clerks office at the Frankfort Jeniten tiary rMr Peter Shehan who has been con- jfinedto his room for several mcriths is ride out again to the delight ol many friends Earle Arnold will enter the Engineering Department at the State College at Lexington this next fall Prentice Boblitt of Springfield was the guest of Mrs Ora CrumA last Sun day afternoon Mrs J Hunter Peak and MIES Lula Thurman of Louisville who were visii tors at the homes of Mrs Josie Settle and Dr J N Shehan the past week have returned home FORC McCHORD At the meeting here last January Mc Millan was elected by but one majority over McChord The National Commis sion is composed of the Commissioners of thirty four States and the members CommisIattached to legislation within the past few years the body is now one of the most important in the country and the selection of Mr Mc Chord as its is a hi h and de served honor for theKentuckian The association will hold its annual conven tion in this city October 8 Ind its pro ceedings at this particular period will owmgIprograriinie ANOTHER DECISSION in In the County Judge must so fix the time as to give the citizens a reasonable op portunity to file their petition The decision was announced by Judge Lassing In a case of J G Gates Coun ty Judge against G H Nunnelly and others The appellees presented to the Judge a petition for an election in Scott county A few months prior to the day upon which this petition was presented to the Judge a vote had been taken in the city of Georgetown a city of the fourth class upon the same subject and in that election a majority had voted for the sale of liquor The County Judge declined to order the election It was the opinion of the County Judge that the county unit bill was unconstitutional Upon his refusal the petitioners tiled suit in the Circuit Court anq secured a writ of mandamus directing the Judge to hold the elec tion An appeal was taken to the court here rc C TilE SPRINGFIELD SUN v Black and White and Read All Over Mr C M Brengle of near town was in The Sun office last Saturday afternoon and during a conversation with us told us that two of his littl girls were recently giying each other riddles to solve After each one had given a number of riddles all of which had been quickly solved the oldest child saidnow I have you what is this white and black and read all oyer The youngest chileseve years oldpromptly answered The Springfield Su- nRATTLE SNAKES Numerous and Vicious Woodmen Can Not Work o Snakes alive Messrs W A Clements and C Stallings inform The Sun that the Wj who have been getting out timber the knobs of Green county for the Washington county warehouse have refused to work because the hills are fairly alive with rattle snakes This is not a snake story but it is true absolutely true The woodsmen posi tively refuse to work Never before in the history of that section have the people experienced anything like it jit is said that the deadly rattlers ar evenIIIown numerIOUSsuggested that the undergrowth beset on fire but vegetation is too green at this time that the timber upon these hills will have to be abandoned for the present Attending Bowling Tournament otSpringfieldto bowl during the tournament The Springfield team has bowled a number df games and its average is good This team is one of the strongest in the Mate and is composed of the following Theo Campbell Harry Reed Will Greene Will Waters and Len Allen Prominent Man read Harrodsburg Democrat After a illness of only four days of lever and a complicated attack of Brights disease Mr Fred G Curreythe well known druggist and senior member o the firm of Fred Lee Currey died Saturday morning at 10 oclock at hi home on Chiles street larger Tent for Chautauqua Lebanon Enterprise Arrangements are being made for a much larger auditorium tent than was used last year- Tiine and again the crowds were to large for it then and this year with andII An Old Coat Harrodsburg Democrat Mr George Besswick who lives near Oregon brought to The Democrat office Saturday an interesting relic in the shape of a coat which was worn by his grand father Godhart Smack who servedas a captain in the Revolutionary war The coat is handmade out of very fine quality of broadcloth cutaway style and brassbuttons It was made by the young woman who became the wife of Mr Smack at the close of the war It is in excellent state of preservation Mr Besswick also has the sword carried l by his grandfather through the memorable struggle He prizes the relics highly and says no amount of money could induce him to part with them Mr Smack lived for many years in the SaltrJver church vicinity where he died at toe age of 101 years Mr Besswick is also a veteran of CivillWar having served through the Southern Confederacy HEARINGS W TPaynes Hearing Restord After Manyt eeaf ness About thirteen years ago MrW T Payne who lives near Springfield ofna spell of typhoid fever Three weeks ago while plowing he noticed that he could hear the scraping of the plow This was unusal and he stopped the plow and listened for other noises To his astonishment he could hear the birdssirigmg area the c wcawof Ithe crows in the distant fields He then tapped upon his plow handle and made other slight noises all of which he could plainly hear Fully persuaded that his hearing through some inex plainaWe manner had been restored he hurried to the house to further test his ears by listening to human voices He was delighted to find that he could easily hear an did ary conversation Death of Mr Herschel Smith Mr Herschel W Smith died at his home in Lquisvillenlast Friday May 10 of abscess of the brain His condition became alarming only ar law days before he died although he had not beea well for several weeks His death is believed to be the result of a fall upon susetamed a severe lick on the head Mr Smith was married to Miss Ruby Lampton daughter of Dr and Mrs J H Lampton of this place in Octo ber 1905 The former home of the deceased was at Woodburn Ky and burial occurred at that place last Sat urday Mr Smith was twentyseyen years old and was a many ex cellent traits of character He was a kind and loving husband and pos essed all of those characteristicdears one to a large circle of friends He was a member of the Presbyterian tifives The Sun together with many friends at Springfield extends sincere est sympathy Mrs Smith and her infant daughter will reside with her parents at this place The Tobacco Suit J pnacco grower in Woodford county pooled his tobacco but afterward agreed to sell it to the American Tobacco Co or the tobacco ControlI astemporary injunction from the Circuit Judge forbidding the grower to sell or the Trust to buy the crop in question The matter was taken to the Court of Appeals on a motion by the Trust to dissolve the injunction Several important questions were raised Among lawoby last Legislature allowing growers to pool their tobacco and which is the foundation of the present movement Judge Barker was the sitting Judge but he asked the whole court to sit with hun The court unanimously refused to dissolve the injunction bnt the members differed widely on otherV points so much so that it did not atr tempt to settle any of the other questions but will wait until the case comes farlitwhat the final decision may be remains very doubtful Notice r All persons indebted to the estate ol P C W Peterson deceased and to the firm tif Peterson BfoS are request ed to icall at the store at Texas and settle nor before the 1st day of June 1907 After that date accounts winc be placed in the handd of an attorney I HG PETR30N 1 Admtritstr3tQr t fI Until May 2QTqe Sun and idly Herr aid foil 2iOO trfi yitwt ac r I4AMAY 15 1907 Pii Trusty Practical t DentistSPRINGFIELD ENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon BnrLtjr Bs D LAKE Insurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident Old Massachusetts Mutual alwaye reliable and ttiebest dividendpaying company in the world Your fnsurancosol ftrs oars Hyatt Office over McElroy 8i Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY j 7 to 9 a mOFFICE HOURS 1 4 to 8 p m rr Dr J CjMudd i SPRINGFIELDKENTUCKY Jh 4 ornccovEB c 7 HAVDONS Office Hours 12 M to 2 gM Or W W Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church 4j over C W Haganq grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 t ITJ H LAMPTOfy tdD SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera 1jo selOffice pone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS NURSED TELEPHONES Day 49wwjiight109 1 Tjscqfr iuvi S n ATTYATLAW t Springfield Ky 1ingtonadand Federal Courts CC McCliORDA- TTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in all State and Federal Courts j W D etA YBIUjQKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Win practice in tne courts pf ofAP5aW E SELECMANi ATTYATLAWIv Wlllipractice in the courts of Washington icLadjoininic counties and in court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYERISprngaeld Ky JJuildfngWill f Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals S M CAMPBELL AirCTIONEEp I Springfield Ky specialtyWrable Phone 84 NOTARY PUBLIC tONMAIN ST SPRINGFIELD KY OPPOSITE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH In Jas J Graves Jewelry Store QntractBAllkin11ibeen in the business for Iulrtvflv0 years THOS J Graves CXXXKXXX OOCX OCXXX OQC3OOOOOO 8 MISS LIZZIE MONTGOMERY I NURSE i- I Phones Day 89 Night 106- OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOpOO JOHN Y MAYES Funeral Director AndILicensed Embalmer SERINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown bJe Telephone Day 19 tig t 74 cAty aP f a o MONOPOLIES AND TRUSTS 4 Can Be Attended to By The States Says Judge Hobson JudgeJ P Hobson Frankfort Ky of the Kentucky court ot appeals has written for The Commoner an interest ing article entitled Prevention of Trusts and Monopolies The article followsThe crushing power of the abnormal combinations of capital known in re cent years as trusts and monopolies has been so felt that the problem ot their regulation has been much discussed It is said that the states are powerless to afford a remedy and there has been a widespread demand for action by the federa government and this demand has been voiced in a number of publica tions advocating an amendment to the constitution of the United States giv ing congress the power to prevent and suppress monopolies It has also been advocated by others that the powers of congress under the constitution should be so enlarged by judicial construction without amendment as to provide a remedy The constitution of the United States should not be lightly amended for an instrument which is often amended loses hold upon the public heart It should not be construed loose ly for ah instrument that is loosely construed means nothing If the con stitution of the United States is not construed according to its terms and that force given to its provisions which the ordinary use of language would re quire it will in the end become a meaningless form If it is defective it should be amended but there Vis non edforan amendment of the constitu tion of the United States to suppress trusts and monopolies The several states have all the power that is needed for this purpose A tIt is thus defi ed in the Century dictionary cAn organization for the control of several corporations under one directory by the device of a transfer by the stockholders in each corporation of at least majority of the stock to a central committee dr board of trustees who issue in return to such stockholders respectively certificates showing in effect that although they have parted with their stock and the subsequent voting power they are still entitled to dividends or to share in the profits the object being to enable trustees to elect directors in all the corporations to control and suspend at pleasure the work of any and thus to economize ex- Penses regulate production and defeat competition if A monopoly is thus defined In political economy such control of a special thing as a commodity aS enables the person or persons exercising it to raise the price of it above its real value or above the price it would bring under competition All the trusts and monopolies are brought about by corporate action and it is staid that although a large major ity of the states have declared void all corporations created for such purposes in two states they are upheld and that these two states can create and send out into the other states trusts to con trol the business of the country The fallacy of the argument is that it ig nores the principle that no foreign cor poration can do business other than in terstate commerce in another state without its consent A foreign corpor ation does domestic business in any state other than its home solely upon the principle of comity The power of a state over a foreign corporation with in its borders was recently upheld by the United States supreme court in the case of Security Mutual Life Insurance company vs Prewitt Commissioner 202 U S 246 In that case the state of Kentucky had enacted statute pro vidmg that no foreign insurance com pany should do business in the state until among other things it had made a deposit with the insurance commis sioner of the state and obtained from him a license The statute also pro vided that the insurance commissioner should havepower to cancel the license for certain causes among others if the insurance company remove any ac tion from the state court to the circuit court of the United States The insurance company removed a case to the United States circuit court and the commissioner cancelled its license The supreme court was asked to over rule k former decision holding a similar statute valid It declined to do so but sustained the ruling in the previous casebroadly upholding the power of the state to require that no foreign icorppration Should do business in the state without a license and to provide for the cancellation of the license upon such terms as the state might see fit to tUto may pass a statute providing tha no foreign corporationshall do any domes i el Ni tic business in the state without first obtaining a license from certain au thorities of the state and it may pro vide that no license shall be issued to any corporation which is a trust or creates a monopoly as above defined and that any license which is issued shall be cancelled if it shall appear that the corporation is a trust or creates a monopoly or has entered into an arrangement or combination for the purpose of creating a monopoly 1f such statutes were passed byeven a ma jority of the states of the union in a few years every trust in this country would be a thing of the past for no trust can long exist if its right to do business is confined to the state of its origin The advantages of this solution of the question are many No amendment to the constitution of the United States is necessary and no time need be lost in securing power to act Any one who has peen about Washington of late years knows the great power of the lobby and how hard it is to get any thing through which a determined lob by resists The congress of the United States has a multitude of business be fore it and in the press of business it is very difficult to get any specific matter acted upon The congress ihnot as ssenible to public opinion as a tate legislature The farther the representatives of the people are removed from their constituents the less weight the opinion of their constituents has jupon them If the fight is concentrated at Washington then all the forces of the enemy are there butif the battle is fought in fortyfiye different state capitals the forces of the enemy are di vided and the peoples representatives act more nearly in the immediate pres ence of their constituEnts But the greatest and best reason for it is that thenearer the government is to the people and the more interest they take in the government the better will we be off No people have ever remained free who trusted to their rulers to take care of them The price of liberty is that the people must be public spirited and must themselves take care of their own liberties There can properly be no such thing as pater nalism in a republican government The history of all republics is that when the people cease to take an inter est in public affairs relying on their rulers to take care of them they soon became despotisms although called re publics History also snows that the most successful republics have been those in which public affairs were brought nearest to the body of the peo pie It was this lesson of history that led the framers of our government to reserve all power to the people of the states except such as was expressly granted to the federal government The people of the several states can be trusted to look after their own local affairs but they cannot in the nature of things so well look after the admin istration of affairs by the federal gov ernment The demand now for an ex tension of the power of the federal government however well intentioned is based in the end upon the idea that the rulers of the people will look bet ter after the interest of the people than the people themselyes will locally It may be more difficult for the people locally to do so it may be not always easy to arouse the people but after all there can be no question that the framers of otir constitution were right when they framed a central govern ment oonly limited powers and re serveq everything but the powers granted to the people of the several statesAs to interstate commerce congress has now full authority to provide a remedy and all that is necessary is that an adequate criminal liability provision be enacted and enforced against the corporations and the persons individual ly who violate the statute i J P HOBSON Ghost Gives Her Name Ghostly manifestations In the Heeter some three miles east of Sonora in Preble county 0 have drawn hun dreds of venturesome persons to the scene Not only by rapplngs in the house does the spirit give evidence of its presence but out In the yard the ijiuinp handle mores up and dowju im polled by some Invisible force while the water flows freely A sound of tuuinptnir Is heard as It on a metal washtub and fettles rise from the stove floit about in the air and then return to their places Charles Hlller tells of a conversation he had with the ghost I first asked the Invisible visitor how lung It had been in the house and to give a rap for each month It gave eight raps he said Novsaid4I will begin at the top of the alpha bet cold name the le ters as they pp down and when I cone to the letters of your name Inregular order rap once When he came to M It rapped He then went back to tlJI beginning and when he spoke A it n pped again and so it kept It up tint it spelled tim nunle of Martha Donald It then told by ra aping of money that Lad been buried nnd said flint If Mrs Heeter would go out near the burn when she was near the place it would give three raps In the house Mrs Heeter Is Infirm and cannot walk THE SUN 1 Danville Will Clean Up Danville Ky May 10Notwith standipg Danville is known to be one of the most moral cities in the State her good citizens are not at all satisfied with conditions that prevail here A number of them met today in the Methodist church and decided to irid the city of every house of illrepute They got the Mayor and chief of police and visited every place of that character and told them that they would have to close up as the lid must gdon good and tight The keepers of these places were given ten days to get out of town and they have all agreed to this The Citi zens Leaguer told then that they would give them a fair and reasonable price visitedIand gave them the same orders and it iIhcitIt affic and leave the city There is a movement on foot to get the druggist to quit retailing liquor even by prescription and if it is suc cessfulthe whisky wine etc they have on hand will be purchased by the league and poured into the streets The Citizens League is determine to put the city morals upon a higher plane and the next ten days will see quite a change in Danyille This moral wave is the outgrowth of a threeweeks union meeting which started on last Monday evening in this city Dog Buries Kittens Grip the pet dog of Undertaker Dempsey of Bayonne X J was bound to raise some kind of a family When five cute little pups that the stork brought her recently were drown ed by the undertakers stableman Grip promptly annexed a litter of kittens that had come to the undertakers pet cat The other day the unfeeling sta bleman drowned the kittens one by one and carried them to a vacant lot Grip was heartbroken but her mother love still survived both tragedies Early the other evening the remark able dog carried the dead kittens more than a block to a more secluded part of the field dug a deer hole In ground with her paws and there tbIevery one of them man fashion Now the stableman doesnt dare near the barn for fear that Grip con templates revenge CUTS OFF HIS UGLY HEAD Deserted Husband Despairs of Improving His Looks FalHuff In his efforts to make him self handsomer In order to win back the love lot his wife who It is alleged had rum away with another man James Kjeresky lay down In front of a cinder gh the Warwick furnace near Potjtstown Pa and was decapi tated The man with whom It Is Said Keres kys wife had eloped was much better looking t inn Keresky and for several weeks the latter had been seen spend ing hours In front of a mirror scouring and massaging his face with a rough towel that he might beautify himself Very singularly a few after his dead body was taken home his wife made her appearance but shy shed no tears and refused to explain her absence r CAUGHT FISH IN PARLOR Queer Incidents of the Great Flood In Pittsburg Several amusing stories have devel oped fron the recent record breaking flood whl did so much damage to PittsburgWhen water began to come up William Edgar of Groi eton not wish- Ing to lose his valuable cow moved HE GOT OUT HIS TACKLE AND OAT7OHT TUB FISH her Into the house There the cow was fed and every day gave forth large quantities of excellent milk Charles E Kite lives at Glenfield The Hood reached the second story of his residence mind when the waters were receding he saw a three pound fish swimming about tHe parlor Fite got out his tackle and caught the fish The finally ate it for dinner When the water came over Walter Muckles property his chickens roosted on the roof of his house When Mr Muckle wpnt to take them down he found that each hen had contributed an egg every day of her residence on the roof j Am t II IIIIB D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL H ESTATE No 22121 acres 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling good barn young orchard fine mineral spring plenty of water Price 15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 4D per acre t No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty 6f grass All the farm ready for the plow 60 pel acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber pak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellwatered onehalf mile from house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15 timbertwoNo 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12 =The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pile one 7 room dwelling barn in repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in bluegrass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springfield one goodsixrooin dwelling on good pike 3J miles from one mile from school andchurch good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom- land 6 rods stone fence Price 32 No 192751 acres 76 acres good timber two story nine roomIdwelling 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 and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass fine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plepty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 23139i acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile fromschool some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty Price 35 per acre No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one 9 room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bittom land fence in good repair Price60 per acre No 25248 acres 2I miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layed in cement water in every field all year fine Set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarn Jsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 iNp 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land wellfenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 301151 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dw 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land wellwatered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre iNo 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3250 tNo 33231 acres in NelsOn county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardsfown6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft 70 acres in timothy arid clover40 acres in corn all paintedImachinety Price 60 per acre All limestone land f tNo 34225 acres in the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap Nor76House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar buggy and hen house Water in house and yard Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3OOQ pikbFarmWell fenced Plenty stock water 35 per afire IIbarnMoldswater 7t4 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifiy acres four room dwelling well fenced and fineINo 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles tlisyearhouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will holdseventyfive mules landIIacre easy payment X1045164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield 36we11INo 4697 acre 7 miles from Springfield on pike 25 acres of 1fine timber small ouse stock barn well watered fine tobacco good fence price 3750 per acre dwellingslonetobacco land 18 acres of clover price 2000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 locustpOstsmiles from a depot 50 per acre InCooneyty Good five room dwelling barn will twentyfive acres of wastelandNo 52135 acres 5 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn good stable corn crib 40 acres of blue grass 50 acres fine tobacco land restinNo 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobacco bestfarmsB D Lake Springfield ele8 el8 elei elelel8 818 818 r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 151907 t l t SSiSsSiS H 1Ii 11 JfA Piano Traced In t Your Home On Trial I IF YOU intent purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in c rrpondI t erce with usi Being thejargest PI 1nodealers in the Southand buying them in carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Playerethat will quickly convince the most skeptical that ve can do all we say if given the Opportunity Our line consists of the fp llowing worldfamous makes r p t iii PIANOS PRICE 178 ip PLAYER PIANOS5OO UP PIANO PLA YERSPRICE250ontenegr- oRiehmE- lH Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send howityou will place a pmno in my hom ontrial Name L i Address r 628630 Avenue Louisville Ky That Decision Louisville May 5G W Young Assistant National Superintendent of the AntiSaloon League said Saturday that as a result of the deci ion In the County Unit Bill by the Co rt of Appeals he believed every county in etrer1sonn and consequently declares tiiat the sa loon interests have seen the rinof their prospects It as learned that the antisaloon League has cleverly anticipated the decision of the Court of Appeals Know ing that there are many cities in the first four classes that they cannot carry they have held elections there recently in order that when the county elections are held the cities qannot elim inate themselves by having an elec tion of their own on same day with the county elections This is made possible by the fact that the law provides that the cities may 101ealpreceding Some of the citieil in which the wets won their fight and which will have to vote with the county in the next election are Middlesboro Mt Sterling Parts Lawrenceburg and Central City Local will be hed shortly in Henderson Bowling Gree Cynthia na and Maysville and if the wets wia in these cities the coun ilswill be Keep Your Nerve It is nerve energy that runs the organs of your body The storage battery is the nerve cells in the brain andspinal cord and from thiS battery nerve force is sent out through the system of nerves TO keep the body healthy you must have plenty of nerve force if you haye not the organs work imperfectly the circulation IS sluggish bar appe tite poor kidneys inactive arid aches pains and misery are the penalty You can keep the system strong with Dr Miles Nervine It assists in generatingnerve energy it strengthens nerves and makes the whole system strong and vigorous I take pleasure In recommending Dr lilies Nervine to those suffering Uon severalandmonths suffering rom I tried this medicine and found Imme diate relief It soothes and strength ens the nerves chases a ray the gloomy and depressing thoughts and gives sufferer renewed strength and hope It la a superb nervo restorer JUDGE JACOB SEEMANN Madison Wisconsin Dr Mlles Heart Cure Is sold by vour druggist who will guarantee that fallsthe Miles Medical Cp Elkhkit Ind appealed to The wets won recent ly in Mt Sterling and an election will now be held for the entire county of Montgomery Only thirty counties in the entire yoqnglastbe reduced to three making the StatE practically dry saysIThe effect of this decision covers several elections already held in antici pation of just such a decision For example although Kussellville voted wet In a separate city election Logan county as a whole voted dry on a subsequent day arid the latter election included the city of RussellviUe This decision make all the cnunty including Russell viUe dry for three years Oversuch a victory in the highest court in the State the temperance forces of the State may well be jubilant for it means the complete banishment of the liquor traffic from all but about a half dozen counties in Kentucky un der the law as it now stands A Hard Debt to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid off writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from leathby Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discovery The ominous dry hacking cough quit before the first bottle was used and two more bottles made a complete cure Nothing has ever equaled New Discovery for coughs colds and byHaydonand 100 Trial bottle free Grand Jury Adjourns ILebanon Eeterprise The grand jury which has been in session since the be ginning of the circuit court adjourned Saturday afternoon after returning in to court 34 indictments The indictments were for offenses as follows Malicious shooting 1 house breaking 2 negroes violating local option laws 3 receiving stolen goods 1 petit larceny 6 breach of the peace 4 concealed deadly weapon 1 shooting on highway 1 failure to ring bejl and blow whistle when nearing a railroad crossing 2 forgery 1 liquor to minor 9 operating an agency without license 1 The grand jury after invesiigating the charges against the men who were arrested for alleged conspiracy to bribe voters at the recent local option elec tion dismissed the matter without re turning indictments The men were at rested the evening before the election and at the examining trial some two or three weeks later Esquire J H Spar row held them to answer the grand juryI The jury it is understood stood six tor returning indictments and six for dismissal5Appendicitis Is due in a large miasure to abuse of the bowes by employing drastic Purgatives To avoid all danger use only Dr ICings New Life the safe gentle cleansers and invigorators Guaranteed to cure headache bilious ness malaria and jaundice at Haydon Robertson drug store 25c f hickering Sons Decker Sons rroUf Sohm rCecilian Farrand3ecilian and the Auto piano 2I beatlv In order to demonstrate to you that I we Haye the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent MONTENEGROREHMM4JSICCOINCORPORATED fourth elections A Unique Servece Marion Falcon The members of the Baptist church are preparing a unique service to celebrate the 29th anniversary of the present organ in their church on June 25th next A portion of the program rendered at the installation of the organ will be repeated and two of voices heard in the original servicewill again be hear in this aniyersary service Messrs John Rubel and H W Johnson Gou nods Gallia will be sung by a full chorus and Mrs R C Barclay of Louis ville will be soloist This event prom jnterestinginbe awaited with pleasure by all mus loving people A complete progra will be announced later The organ was remodeled and the builder pronoun ced it one of the best and sweetest toned organs he ever worked on Trigic Death Harrodsburg Democrat Yesterday morning the body of Mr Rufus Bonta was discovered in a pond on the farm where he lived with his father Mr Abe Bonta about two miles out from town on the Danville pike The young man left home just after dinner Wednesday When he did not return at night the fami became alarmed and instituted searjch but without result GeorgMcClanahan on the place and Mr Trisler a neighbor discovered the top of Mr Bontas head sticking out of the water As he was in the habit df wondering about the place not withstanding his very feeble condition it is supposed that slipped over the embankment into tf water and was too weak to get ou deepwherNew Style tTheTh Spring number of Style Dressmaker is the most of the magazine ev published The cover design is very beautiful its size is increasedand it contains more interesting articles than usual The Spring fashions as pictured very re stunning Beginning with issue his the price of patterns will be r duced Milklingbe found interesting and helpful Thereview of the New York Theaters is profusely illustrated with beautiful pictures The articleon h Beauty Adorned is instructive in more ways than one There are stories and other features whichadd to the general interest of the magazine As usual there are many helpful suggestions for every woman who sews Subscription price 100a year- S nd your name and address for sample copy t9- Style American Dressmaker 24 26 East 21st Street New York r Rival of Railroads ijlie enthusiastic encouragement giv en by the cities along the Missouri rivet o plans for the reestablishment of s eiuiboat lines for freight traffic Is a pion ise of revival of one of the most picturesque features of early western life he course of the Immigrant was not dll on land Thousands made much of the westward Journey on the double deck ill stern wheelers that noisily pad dled tlielr way up and down the Mis souri aid other Interior rivers Valuable cpi oes of furs and buffalo robes were c fried on these boats and the traffic vas a strong rival to early railway tin js Of ila e years the steamboats hive been abandoned J except on the Ohio and Iisglsslppl where oue may yet find a touch of the old time pleasures frfid the flavor of eighteenth century romanc in the troublous passage of the Httl0 fleets says the Independent But as ft factor on the other streams so far a freight Is concerned the pres tlge dfithe boat lines has vanished Where deer fifty packets ran regularly between St Louis and Sioux City not one r6malns It seems to have been accepted without argument that the rallroadg were all sufficient for any traffic that might be needed Of lute the political economists of tho west nye been studying the railway rate problem and have noted the vast canalconIfor thc Railroads that would compel ai 4remedypractical war to bring about the oldIriver traffic pnce so important- A few iveeks ago the first steamboat 4toevery landing by crowds and when It arrived at its destination speeches of welcome iind cheers of thousands were Its greeting It was hailed as the be j ginning pf anew ernor the return of an old regime Plans are being pushed to completion that look to the establishment of u fleet of these steamers for the run between the twovdtles Other Unps to the farther northwest i 1nrate fqr the vat output of the wests J granary The tiest In not particularly anxious to see steamer smoke It promotes steamed Hies for the same reason that New York voted for deepening the Erie canal to firing about water competi perdP on sent out of the middle west means trips to Europe aid automobiles f9r producers If the si eauiboat can bring this about It Is ext ctly the thing for which they are seat chlng It Is a curious fnt that despite the Immense hums spent by the federal government on the uniroveuieut of our beenmclIne In river shipping A quarter cen tury ago there were on the western rivers vessels having an aggregate tonnage of 39J404S Last year the corre spending figures were 174319 less than half The decline was steady dur the except for a slight rally In thhearly nineties The average ton nage last year was only seventy and but two vessels of over 1000 were reg lster d as built on the western rivers To such decline has come the once 1m port rat feature of the nations Internal transportation It fa doubtful If ever aain shall we see me old time passenger truffle that was o great a feature of travel in the sixties Tile floating palaces 4 with their social dejlghts were pictured in novel and rlmne The races when ne forksdisaster usually closed the contest fur nishcd the motif for many n tale Charles Dickens found in such a trip many discomforts to bu sure but oth ers did not delightfulHup l stfdtnerstlug through the beautiful country be tween or lie mav sail away down through tUq1t111l1 uf cotton to vets Orleans securing a rest and a varying panorama ot beauty that will do his soulgood Bt ftIi are not what the new Idea In western transportation meant It is animatesenthe movement for boat lines Itlsprc sumed to rcjturn large financial cllvi dead As the waterways were evl deafly meant to bw used itis hoped that the revival of oil stpamboating days will bcj satisfactory and proflta ble It add variety and plctur esqueness to our Internal shipping in teresta His Own Vtinernl Preacher An Illinois prcRcher 8 arranged to deliver hlg 0wnTfuneraI sermon by meads of a phonograph whlch Is to be set going after his death Important Notice People living in those districts where a stock law is now in effect are warned to keep their stock off of the public highway It is the duty of the Sheriff of Washington county and his deputies to take cliarg of tin stock running at large Save cist and trouble by attending to this natter J J S OSBOUUN or s wc I tI lifieffr I Farming Implements A N D II I I BuggieirTATUM T C ce I1ha11hey have a large line of Buggies RunaboutsSurreys EWagons Cultivators Plows f jl c II Dise Harrows In fact all kinds of farming implements and that they are prepared to save the trade money on anything in this line WehayemoneyIIT C Tatum Grundy f Vally Hill Ky The s Fire I I 4 Destroyed my place of business but L am running the same as before the fire YOU WILL FIND ME WITH W P LAWRENCE opposite the Presbyter ian Church i have a nice Jine of Watches Clocks JewelryotaU Cut Glass Silverware etc get prices All repair work tindsI James J Graves Jifri 0 rr tft Lakes Overflowers pikedosenew stock barn Price 40 pet acre No 57163 acres 3 qiles North of Mac kvi lleonWilllsburg pike andsplentyNo 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 1re tobacco barn good stable an milk house fine 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church II ce 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns Orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 vjrginsoiland buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land No 62T150 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock schoolandNo 63180 acres in Nelson countya room dwelling on piker 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of r 90 acres of grass plenty 6f fine tobacco load plenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre J pikefm 12 corn cribs smoke house and feranary Plenty of fruit 50 acres PlentyQftindergoodroof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 15 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No 66166acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 timlieI20 per acre No 67200 acres 7 miles from Spi ingfield rOn good pike 6 dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Prate 35 per acre No 68180 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land o fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre No 69150 acre small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70144k acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acr of fine bottom land well plenty of hill tobacco land sItimber Price 60 per acre No 71 llSiaores 5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling in corncbaccb land good fence Price 3600 per acre t S D LAKE Rial Estate Agint S p vin field i Ky CEEEEEFiTBEST BUSINESS SOHOOL j t r OH EARTH The best fcchool on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time positionsCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand arid places allgraduates in ood positions many more calls than raduatesC S dayGetwrite direct to the school 1035 Fourth Avenue Louisville Ky 1L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1907I J A New Produce r House I r At Willisburg Kyj We Have opened Produce House at Willisburg Ky andwillpay highest Cash Prices for all Produce Bring us ALL of your Eggs and ChicKens and get CASH d WE WILL BE FOUND AT THE OLD SUTHERLAND STAND REMEM BEfit WE WANT ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE AND WILL PAY CASH J i M H Jones Co Springfield Ky ISPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY rI JTOBSCRiPTION ONE DOLLAR r rInAdvance v J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher reldKyt EJS s secondclass matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION flOOWxMdnthaThree 25 Monthstr changedwaysgoing as well as the to which you Willa it t gentDEMOCRATIC r TICKET For SenatorJ C W Beckham For Governors W Hager For South Trim For AuditorHenry M Bosworth Laffoon For Secretary of Stat Hubert Vree = land i For Superintendent of Public Schools t MO Winfrey For Attorney GeneralJohn K Hend l- r rick For AgricultureJW For Clerk of Court of AppealsJ B Chenault For Railroad Commissioner C C McChotdq Rogers Gore Right man in the right place 5C C McChord president of the National Association of State Railroads Commissioners Grow 3 ing bigger and greater and Vgooder as the days roll by Hon Charles Caldwell McChord and your countym n are tickel ed through and through They are proud of youproud of your record as a publiq Official and every time you are honored your friends in Washington county pith h up their hats and sunbon nets Prince oi the unsafes irisanes and impossibles in American pub lic life Mr William Jennings Bryan MAY have gotten his Government ownership idea from British India puts in the Louisville Herald THE VERY IDEA But while were thinking about it where did Mr Roosevelt get his idea of Government ownership government control etc Where did he get his idea He MAY have gotten it from William Jennings Bryan Or he MAY have gotten it from the Democratic platform at the same time he got quite a number ofother ideas Born to the wife of King Alfonso of Madrid Spain on May id la nine pound boy Alfonso is allsmiles It has been a long time since Marse Henri Waersou gave the readers of the CpurierJournal a sho nuff democratic editorial There was a time when our poor hearts craved Watter sonian effulgence It was an elixir an upliiter a thing that made us yell and clap our hands and HOPE begad and HOPE But we have been weaned we feel bully without t Please uass Bryans Commoner this way In its writeup of the big bar becue held in Mercer countlast Saturday week the Harrodburg Herald says Hon WC Mc Chord ot Springfield who evi dently was the pet oi fne grow ers judging by the enthusiasmr ot his reception nor were they disappointed in their chief Mr IVJc Chord certainly has the situation thoroughly in hand and his ap peals to the growers to sign and stand together are irresistible He has been a foremost figure FURNITURE l I have opened firstclass Furniture y Store in the room above my Grocery store and desire to announce to the trade that I will carry a complete stock of nice furniture If you are needing anything in this lirie call upon me I WILL QUOTE YOU THE LOWEST POSSI BLE PRICES My stock will be com plete uptadater 4 ray riCTj from the beginning four yeats ago and always a leaderhe pre sents the subject in a manner that admits of no controversy His scathing denunciation of trust methods caught the crowd Do you Relieve in hanging Read the following clipping from Mondays l before 3youStruckacross the headwfla board and kicked in the face brutally because he stuck his face under one of the tents at the show grounds ot the Barnum Bailey circus Twentyeighth and Gar land avenue yesterday afternoon six yearold Robert Johnson son of E T Johnson 1637 Vest Oak street was injured so badly that he is like to die He is lying at the home of his father in a semiconscious condition and accord ing to Dr Clarence Pope the attending physician with only a slight chance of rallying The inner plate of his skull was fractured b the blow across the headand in addition to this he was badly bruised about the face hIt is not known who struck the child He went to the circus grounds yesterday afternoofl and about 5 oclock ne lifted the bottom of the canvas of one of the tents in order to peer inside He had hardly his head beneath the canvas when Somebody in the inside struck him across the head with a heavy board with such force that he became unconscious His assailant then kicked him in the face and the on thie ground before a crowdof horrified spectators with the blood flowing from his nose and ears and a wound on the top of the head Seyeral persons ran to the little fel lows assistance but by the time they reached his assistance and looked inside the tent nobody could be seen and everybody is at a loss as to who assaulted the child Seyeral of the childs friends picked up the lad and carried f im tQ his home OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO TWELVE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BUY AN Edison Phono graph 1 The sapphire point does away with the needle which scratches and wears oilt the records 2 The records are each encased in a lined box free from all dirty or greasy substances 3 Any time you want to youcan buy one or one dozen records hear them played before you buy 4 A new shipment made every four weeks and special orders taken any time 5 The records wear longer and never scratch or have a gritty sound always clear and distinct 6 Because with a M G horn and rub her connection you have the natural reproduction o human voice 7 Because it is of the betmterial and laatsfongdr than other phonographr graphpliones or talking 8 Fach instrueni ll guaranteed and you get the best value for y our money 9 Because a h9me is not complete without m and anyone can operate an Edisftv 10 Because more EdISon are sold than any other macnine jll Because they are 10 to 50 and even the poorest can enjoy a treat at that Because I have them t for sale nd I want to seltou Call and iee for yourself the 12 reasons EN JHT Russell where he at once received medical at tention As a result of stimulants that were given him he rallied sufficiently to tell the story ot his experience but soon into a state of semiconsciousness from which he had not re nightAccording attack was Uncalled for Only six years of age and not aware that he was violat companythebeneath the tent merely to get an idea of the hows Instead of being told to get away the child was assaulted with great brutality The police have been notified about the incident and are working hard in an effdrt to get a trace of the childs assailant It the child diesif the Louis vine police capture the murderer they may notthey often fail to capture murderers in the city of LouisvilleshalJ he hang or shall he be sent to the penitentiary for life If the murdered childwas of your own flesh and blood what would you say ought to be done with the brute that murdered himI Served the People Well Hop C C McChord has been made President of the National Association of State Railroad Commissioners and Interstate Commerce Commissioners This is a very high honor worthily be stowed and Mr McChords constituents are proud of his acnievements since he has held the important office of Rail road Commissioner He has been a concientious and painstaking official and has served the people well in their dealings with the Commission and the railroads Such men are an honor to thepeople they represent and do much good in regulating affairs between the shippers and the transportation companies PRATHERS CREEK Mr W T Kimberlin was in Danville last monday Master H X Kimberlin was in Boyle count last Saturday and Sunday Mrs Laura Best visited her daughter Mrs G H Christerson Sunday M A Boswell was in Boyle county SundayMrs Sallie Kimbfrrhn who has been very sick is better at this writing On the 10th a birthday dinner was given to Mrs Nancy Cocanougher which was attended by a large crowd of her friends and relatives An ex cellent dinner was served and the day was spent in a manner which made it an occasion which will long be remem bered Mrs Cocanougher is loved by all who know her She is kind to the suffering and is chart table toward all Her life has been spent in a way to make a good example for all On Thursday night May 17 the A S of E Local of Texas will be addressed by Hon W C McChord and others It is believed the meetihg will be largely attended A band of music will be Secured and the evening prom ices to not ohly be enjoyablo but prof itable Comecome early Poultry Raising Pays Now Is the time of year to feed your fowls a good tonic R41144 cures Cholera Roup Gapes aud Liniberneck When fed as a preventive it not only keeps them healthy but makes them lay Give each sick fowl 3 or 4 drops 3 times a day As a preventive feed it in the feed 3 or r4 times a week Turkeys require a smaller dose Price SOrCgnts Guaranteed by Hayflon the irmnrist A Significant Prayer May the Lord help you make Buck lens Arnica Salve known to all writes J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly took the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounds 25c at Haydon Robertson drug store SYCAMORE VALLEY As I have been absent for a few weeks I will try to jot down a few items Mrs B P Prather has returned home after a several days visit to her niother Mrs Morgap who is very ill She was accompanied home by her nephew Hubert Shields Mrs Lee Settles and children spent Sunday with her parents near Willis burg Mr and Mrs Sleet and little daughter Hadgie May of Willisburg spent Sunday with J S Inman and family Mr Bailey of Texas has been visit ipg his sons at this place the past weekLittle Miss Georgia Sutton of Wil lisburg spent the past week with her uncle Mr B H Mcllvoy Ormsby Shewmaker is improving nicely since coming to the country Sundaywithville daughterMissJ A Coulter and daughter Miss Effie attended church at Willisburg Sunday Mr and Mrs 1 W Coulter spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Coulter Miss Harmon of Mackville spent one day last week with her brother Mr Otis Harmon at this place Sheep shearing is the order of the day Mr W S Gibbs has bought most of the wool m this community- Mr and Mrs J D Sutherland spent one night last week with J W Suther land and family of Willisburg- Mr Mike Fitzgerald was in our midst + + + + + + une day last week buying stock Mrs J M Shields and sons Ramon and Truman spent last Thursday with Mrs J D Sutherland Mr and Mrs George Keeling and daughter Miss Sarah spent Sunday with their son Mrs M C Keeling Mrs J M Shields spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister Mrs Jenkins at Willisburg Mr and Mrs Sam Montgomery and little son John Smith spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs M C Keeling Mr Henry Settles spent Sunday with his sister Mrs J S Inman Those who attended the barbecue at Harrodsburg last Saturday week were Messrs Felix Noel and sons Bonnie and Bowman and William Hardin L A Coulter and Jim P Brown Misses Sarah Settles and Fannie Baker were in our midst Sunday He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Ywho- lostafootatGettysburgwritesElec tric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble and paid out mucn money tor medicine to little until I began taking take5Qofortonic for the aged and for female weak bodybuilderweak kidneys Guaranteed by Haydon Robertson druggists 50c As the result of a crap game raid at Newport a number of prominent citi zens many ot whom claimed to be spectators only were placed under ar rest The Jailer was one and experien ced the sensation of being a prisoner in his own institution + 30000ca T Worth of Dry Goods Clothing Shoes Etc to be exchanged for CASH wouldimoney you need the goods we will make the prices right and will suit you in every particular Bring us a little CASH arid lets do some exchanging r t WeCanSatisfyYouAnd some mutual trading IIIlIIuIg f Grundy Mdntire H 1 I1 t i THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1907 5 f ANf t IMMENSE 1 TRADE During the past ten days I hav had an immense trade on all kinds of hats and I found it necessary to orderjanother large shipmen- for next Saturday Come in an see them on display Saturday I CARRY A FULL LINE OF BABY GOODSHAVE IN STOCK A LARGE LINE OF PRETTY CAPS Miss Willie Knott Opposite First National Bank iF = FEI Dr JM Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY s All Dental Work Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in HpffonBlock yip stairs Local News Notes Try Maxwell housk blend coffees i W P LAWRENCE t buggyCRev G W Lyon has for sale a goodC Try Satisfaction coffee 18c W P LAWRENCE STRAYEDOn April 18 a large Durbc sow strayed from my place at Canary Reward for information R C CANARY EGGS FOR SALEGet the best My Brown Leghorns were premium winners at Harrodsburg and Springfield in 1906 White Plymoth Rocks and white Wy andotts were premiums at Springfield Eggs 75c for 15 A C Kimball FOR SALE CHEAP Soda fount fix tures coco cola vola and syrup stands spoons glasses and holders W P LAWRENCE OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9 a m from 1 to 2 p m He can from now on be found in his office during these hours FOR SLEA two story business house in the town of Mackville Ky 24x50 feet with 10 foot shed room full length back yard with closet 20 inch adjustable shelving Will sell chea Direct me atSpringfield Ky Trips J GRAVES NOTICE The Electric Light and Water Company will prosecute persons who enter their grounds without a ticket Employes have been instruct to report the names of all parties guil ty of such trespass and warrants for their arrest will be sworn out NOTICEAs it is known my place business was destroyed by fire Ireque all parties Knowing themselves inde ed to me to call and settle at once as it is necessary for me to straighten iip my business W E LEACHMAN County Organizer Wm Nally will or ganize an A S of E Local at Cooney Neck school house in Nelson coon Thursday night May 23 and one Chaplin Friday night May 24 At Bloomfield Saturday afternoon at 130 a local will be Hon W deIlivert tt1Itl a A Mr and Mrs Palmer poi ley an nounce the marriage of their daughter Miss Ola to Mr J G Ferguson of Augusta Ga to occur at their home at Valley Hill at 5 oclock on the morning of Wednesday June fjhe 19th The May examinations foi white teachers will be held in the Graded1 School building on Friday and Saturday of this week Examinations fdr color ed teachers will be on the following Friday and Saturday Mrs J M Smith of near town has hatIeggseof the number sixtytwo turkeys were hatched all of which are living Mrs thekroundd strawThiskeep the nests moistenedvi EFE FEFEEE EirE1 eF EEEE iF n Mr and Mrs Lawson m Entertain T Last evening from 8 to 11 Rev and 13Mrsreception yet one thoroughly devoi kf formality or ostentation The r ceptio was given at the manse and upon entering the front door the guests wer given a cordial Southern welcome by the host and hostess after which they were ushered to the frappebowl madeI doubly attractive by being presided over by pretty Springfield girls and thence into the dining room to partake of delicious refreshments then a laugh trig and talking in which all manifested the joy they were experiencing an GforpresentThe occasion was the celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the wed ding of Mr and Mrs Lawson and al though the night was very rainy and disagreeable several hundred were to offer congratulations and presJ that many other of titers happy anniversaries might be enjoyed by RevI and Mrs Lawson It was not a church reception as every congregation in hTheients of many handsome and Useful cut glass gifts which were on exhibition that the lovers of the beautiful might enjoy them as well as the recip ients Horses Wanted R E Noel of Louisiana will be in Springfield Saturday to buy harness and saddle horses J iJProgram AI The following is the program for the commencement exercises of the Spring field High School to be held at the opera house tonight BartletPt S OrationNap leon The Great1 j Leo imms pHand Colyin Messrs Waters and S alt Oration The Eternal Feminine edMary Lanpton Vocal SoloPoPPiesDeKove Mary H lydon Costume SonglThe Butterfly f Katherine im mKingOration and ledictory = Thee rbaterY btLouiseRlJedley Baccalaureate Address i I H ThIrman Vocal Solo Sweet D yr Kate VannahHarry hul Vocal DuetStillas The Night Carl Gotzei L Mary Haydon and Will Watery Jr atreeenEation of Diplomas tIGraduates Mary Lampton Lo Simms Lyman Barber Vocal Solo Where the Lindens Jder s Fair AdamGeideLHigh School Chorus = 1i fii sfii sto s aa4+aAs fia uhw T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T T + NOTICE i i11 Having bought of C W Hagan his stock of Groceries eta I will continue the business at the same stand W 4 Willke for the Trade a Fresh and UptoDate Stock fof Everything Good to Eat Country Produce Wanted A SQUARE DEAL IS MY MOTTO tit tit Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon Laun + a Ask for Fehrs Tonic and all kinds of soft dnnks anVery Truly J1forYoLAWRENCE i r + WtMHt + OOOOO QOOOQOOO dQ Personal Notes f i Visitors Inand Out ofTownA Round Up of the Weeks o Personal News 00800000000000 o IfI Dr and Mrs J H Lampton wcrej called to Louisville by the death ofi 1 tneir soninlaw Mr Herschel Smith + Mr Hamilton Robertson left Sunday for Winchester where he will bej 1 clerk for Mr Moss hotel Mr John Barber spent Tuesday in Bardstown Miss Emily Russell of Lbuisville spent Saturday and Sunday with her ij parents Mr and Mrs E M Russell 4ClementsMr EN Jones was in Bardstown + Thursday on business Mrs Tc Campbell and children + have returned from a few days visit jto her mother in Louisville Mr N I Buster of Harrodsburg visiting his daughter Mrs J B Louisvillenon returnedespent week for treatment for eat troublewe Dr John Shaunty waS here Satur day Mr Harry Shader was in Bards town and Louisville Tuesday Mrs T B Stanford spent several days in Louisville list week Bardstownd wadEffi1Mrdays With friends in Henry county last week Mr and Mrs W C Cox have returned home after a visit to their parents at this JDrSpeheMrs J H Lampton returned home evening from Louisville She was accompanied by her daughter Mrs Smith who will make this place her future home DtheDickerson Mr Tom Finck of Louisville was the guest of relatives here Mr arid Mrs Hugh Noe and Stith are visiting relatives in rodsburg Mr Croker and son Guy are KelI iting his parents at Adairvilje Mess r Ruel Foster and John were in Louisville Thursday Miss Willie Knott was in Louisville jP several days the first of the week Miss Eddie Mulligan has returned JH home aft friends in LouisvilleiMessrs W F Neikirk of this place arid T J Miller of WilliSbur attended the State Convention of Maccabees at Covington last gIMr Neikirk was honored by being ted State Sear eant t Mrs Finley Scruggs and her son p forzOklahoma City and will join Mr v Scruggs and Finley Jr there and ft make it their future home =Messrs W L McClelland Thor Jand Robt Buckman left yesteI 1 for Bloomfield Mr McClelland contracted to build a large brick residence for Mr Elliott Houston near Bloomfield He will be assisted jf in the work by Messrs King and JBuckman H tzRev W H Williams is in Rich J mond Va to attend the Southern Baptist Convention and incidently to 1 1RichmondHe has a number of relatives living there and the trip will be a pleasant J as well as profitable one Mr James Moran Jr of Hill was in town Monday ValleyI time since his recovery from an of typhoid fever Mr Morans were glad to see him again He is gaining rapidly in flesh and will soon be entirely well Mr Moran is the correspondent of the NewsLeader from Valley Hill and writes an enter taining letter During the local option contest in this county he contributed a number of very interesting articles to our columns Picni c Postponed On account of the inclement weather the High School picnic which FrederIhave been held tomorrow at icktown has been postponed un nex Wednesday r + + + + + ++ + I TWO DOZEN NICE HATS jM I SLIGHTLY DAMAGED +In moving my stock of millinery from the burning building last Viednesdaymorning 1 about wo dozen nice Pats were slightly damaged which will be sold at verY low Prices The r mainder of mvilarge stock or millinery was not damaged but will be sold at yepyf occuI1 so hm to J fP satisfactoryIL1 W t t SKirts Must GoFor the present icl will be necessary to close out my stock of skirts I have no place ionlyreasonI must make room in order to display my goods and recieve new millinery WILLIAMS tMILLINERY y Remember I am Over Peoples Bank +++++ ++ + 4 ffi HILLSBQRO s I have been absent for several I will try to jot down a Jtew items Miss Zora Montgomery has returned home after a visit to friends and relatives in Nelson county Miss Jessie Noel spent last Saturday night with the Misses Montgomery Mrs Lydia Kirsch of near Maud thejramlly MIsjEffieMr Tom Bailey spent Sunday with jhis parents near Texas daughterMissSunday with her BaMr Kightly and wife of Mackville nt Sunday with their daughter Mrs Harmon soqCharlie 11i tmU T wth friends at Polin Mr Bailey of Texas spent several days last with his sons at this place Mrs Lee Settles and children spent Saturday night and Sunday with her parents Mr George Keeling and fami ly of near Willisburg Mr Ernest Shewmaker of Willis burg was here Monday daughterLillian last Friday Mr Sleet Pinkston wife and little daughter were guest at the home of Mrs J S Inman Sunday Mrs Annie Montgomery spent Sun day afternoon with Mrs Della Keeling Misses Maggie and Zora Montgomery spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs Solomon K Mesdames Nan Scott and Flossie Coulter were in Willisburg Monday Several from this place attended servces at Willisburg Sunday Mr J M Montgomery was in WH lisburg one day last There was a weekIBro Walker last M Dresser for de siring WILL THE be s us for Spring T T T T T T T t t t r T T- for the first Sunday in Mr J S Thomas and family Sunday his of Frankfort Ky been for the big barbecue to held tomorrow at Glenwood Park in the suburbs of the city by the Burley Tobacco Association of Frauklin county Member of simi adJoininghaveexpected from Anderson Henry and Woodford counties OwsleyStanleyTrimble of Cynthianaspeeches upon the occasion and will be speakers associationS W was to previousI t i r LARGEST STOCK OF 1IAIiIIr I Spring Clothing shown Tpringfield Is now on our counters Ready for your inspection IIttThesize of theftock is not all we boast of The makes are the the I ly Eastern markets afforcL patterns are the desirable We have Ithem to suit both the Swell and those something andneat but Iplain tailored- THE STYLES ARE SNAPPY AND ATTRACTIVEand APPEAL TO TASTES Of TII- EMAJORITY guaranteei 1every Suit to a represented Come to your SuitIand get appointment here June spent with brother Springfield May 10Arrange ments have completed be Shelby Owen Scott Campbell Cantrill Scott there numerous other from Judge Hager invited 1 I THE Eves best The most tidn YOU CAN GET ANY PRjTCE SUIT HERE You have more to se leI from than you can find elsewhere and you can get them for less m nec fr 4 Goods fp Ciaybrooke Companylnc 1f t2- i l1 id 31 5s THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY UYJ5 1907 V f iiTz Lean And Going Fast Hart Schaffnei Marx Clothingrfrom 8OO S3OOO I CLOTHINGI We are prepared to show the mOst uptodate Clothing ever shown in our city and we have the exclusive sale of Ha tSchaffrier Marx Suits Tnese are the finest readytowear Suits made We also have an of Welworth Clothing for men Suits Welworth 2ooOfor1500Su- its Welworth 1800 for 1 250 R l Suits Welworth 500 for 1000 4 S 900SutsWehvorth12S0foiI t 750 J We also have the exclusive sale of the celebrated Perfection Suits tor Young Men Boys and Children at prices that others ask for goods i Sale C than r Special t 116 Velvets Jik i Brussellsu f f UI 75c Double Extra Super Ingrains The r Superior Super Ingrains 7Qc Extra C C Ingrains JV t 50c Ingrains r1J 74V 40c Extra Super du siV35cSultana Cottage Carpets iv Special prices on E and D Linoliums f ROOM RUGS INU 9x12 JJl950 New Spring Attractions In and Plaid Novelties in Dress Goodsat 15 25 35 5075 c nband 1 Plain Wool Dress in Black and Colors Serges Panamas Voile f BatiSteDanisnCloth Chiffon Panamas Mohairs A great variety at the lowest prices 01 L on in THE NOVELTIES IN Side and Back Comhs Ribbons Neck Wear Hand Bags Etc Etc The most attractive stock Wash goods Silks French Bornoby Gmghams Mulls Batiste in Joconet Nainsook and Swiss Embroideries Val Torchon and r hH y I Williams Kneeland fine Shoes for Men tat 7450 and 5 VL Douglas fine Shoes for men at rl3 and 350 t Arnolds Perfection fine Shoes for men at 300 Smiths Sterling Shoes for Misses and ChildrenWe all these Shoes in Patent Vici KidVelour and Box Calf 1itMARX Clothes not only the leading line of fine garments for men 81 this locality but theyre of all the country We just why makers cant make clothes as as these th refs no mono of allwool fabrics good tailoring correct stylesBut SCHAFFNER get something into their clothes that something we cant describe but you want it Its here for you clothes are the way to get it to HeiiriettasI Fine ShoesF- or Men arid Women ShoesI SPECIAL PRICES ON CARPETS PAPER AND LACE CURTAINS This Sale Continue During Fffst Three Weeks of May We will inaugurate a special Carpets Wall Paper and irtains for the three will special prices on every article in these departments during that period This sale will th counties ana to buy this class of goods at lower prices ever before LET US DEMONSTRATEI Axministers Extra rI95cTapestry Extra JefUnion iAriVviwJ Union Sanitary Jvivitii30c It tLARGE lngrainaRugs i Check Goods Miscellaneous NEWEST of including Mercerized Ginghams etc- Newest Laces 1i SCHAFFNER Theyre every thing over t dont know other poly HART MARX others miss and these only 1 elegantline muchInferior WALL will Lace first weeks Mayand make give opportunity f60cIngrainst ahead good 19x12 Tapestry Rugs rtv 12 15 and 1750 J 9x12 Axmmisterd Rugs si 2000 and 2250 36x72 Moquetlte Rugs v it Mt 3J75 36x72 Velvet Runs r V4Ur 325 18x81 Smyrna Rugsh VJiii i47536x72 Smyrna Rugs i 325 27x54 Smyrna Rugs 225 36x72 Juti Rugs i 40 27x54 Juti Rugsj 100 400 pair Lace Curtains ranging in prices from 450c to 600 per pair We carry a complete stpck of Wall Paper showing all the latest combinations upVIDuncan CoCunningham Springfield Kentucky la- f IITHESPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAV 15 1907 1 Ir LrWJJYIiJThdr rvrrc rsor raxirfur P wfivr Chapter Friday the 13th I thought as much If Bab has started therewill be hell but will see what I can do droppedmists of five years and usher me Into the world of Then as though It had never passed on I had been sitting In my office let Ming the tape slide through my jaegers wtille itsrevery yard spelled panic in a constantly rising voice when they told me that Brownley on the floor of the exchange wanted me at the phone and quick Brownley was pour junior partner and floor man He talked with a rush Stock exchange floor men In panics never let their speech hobble Mr Randolph Its sizzling over there and Its getting hotter every sec ond Its Bobthat is evident to all If he keeps up this pace for 20 utes longer ijthe sulphur will overflo 1Intotell how much territory will be burned over by tomorrow The boys have begged me tq ask you to throw yourself Into the brean and stay him They agree you are the only hope now Are you sure Fred that this Bobs work I askeddHave yo seen him Yes I have just come from his Randolph Its Sizzling Over and Every Second office and glad I was to get out Hes on the warpath Mr Randolph uglier than I ever saw him The last tine he broke loose was childs play 4o his mood today Mother sent me word this morning that she saw last night the spell was coming He had been up to see her and sisters and mother thought from his tone he was about to disappear again When she told me of his mood and I remembered the day I was afraid he might seek his vent here Also I heard of his being abQut town till long after midnight The I opened his office door he flew at me like a panther I told him I had dropped In on my rounds for onlYI der as they were running off mart and I didnt know but he might like to pick up some Bargains he roared dont you know the day Dont you know it is Friday the 13th Go back to that hellpit and sell sell Sell what and how much I asked Anything every thing Give the thieves share they will take and when they wont take any more ram as much again down their crops until they spit up all they have been buying for the last three months Going out I met Jim Holllday and Frank Swan rushing in They are evidently executing Bobs orders and have been pouring AntiPeoples out for an hour They will be on the floor again In a few minutes so I thought it to call you before I started to sell Mr Randolph they cannot take much more of anything In here and If 1 begin to throw stocks over It will bring the gavel inside of ten minutes and that will be to announce a dozen failures Its yet 20 minutes to land God only knows what will happen before three Its up to you Mr Randolph to do something and un ventJ f =had been fingering the tape watching flve and ten millions crumbling from price values every few minutes I was sure this was the work of Bob Brown ley No one else In Wall street had the power the nerve and the devilish cruelty to rip things as they had been ripped during the last 20 min utes The night before I had pass ed Bob In the theater lobby I gave him close scutlny and saws the look of which I of all men best knew the The big brown eyes were set on space the outer corners of the handsome mouth were drawn hard and tense as though weighted As I had my wife with me It was Impossible to follow him but when got home I called up his house and his clubs intending to ask him to run up and smoke a cigar with mer but triedsIn morning without success tapwe I remembered Bobs ugly mood and all port tided youngestiandOlphlrOmthea year had been our most trusted stock 3xchange man Bob Brown hlns as ofI Mr Here Getting Hotter minute bargains every safer one meaning sion of Boband his option during the past five years had been exercise- many a tinYeJ mother and brother ha to take their place with all the re of the world for then Bob knew kindred no friends All the wl world was to him during those riods a jungle peopled with sava animals and reptiles to hunt and fight and tear and kill It is hardly necessary for me explain who Randolph Randolph are For more than 60 years the name h spoken for itself In every part the world where dollarmaking machines are installed No railroad is projectedlnhanding a byyourleave of Ran nadonwhenforemostAmericanmust be reckoned with I pride m self that at 42 at the end of ten years I have had the helm of Ran dolph Randolph I hive done noting h to mar the great name my fa ther and uncle created but somethl to add to its sterling reputation honest dealing tearless oldfashioned methods and allround integrity Bradstreets and other mercantile agencies say in reporting Randolph Randolph Worth fifty milllo and upward credit unlimited I can take but small praise for this sametheoffice to learn the business as the survivor of my great lather and uncle I can say my Maker as my witness that Randolph Randol have never loaned a dollar of th millions at over legal rates six p eritcent per annum have never added their hoard by any but fair squa business methods and that blight blights frenzied finance has yet find a lodging place beneath the blackandgold sign that father a uncle nailed up with their own han over the entrance Nineteen years ago I was graduated from Harvard My classmate and RichmondVaclass poet I yard marshal We had been four years together at St Pauls previous to entering Harvard No girl and lover were fonder than we of each other My people had money and to spare and with jt a hndrhcaded northern horse sense The Brownleys were poor as church mice but they had the brilliant virile blood of the old southern oligarchy and the romantic salaamto no ono Dixieland pride of beforethewar days when southern prodigality and hospitality were und wherever women were fair and men mirrors in the bottom of their figlassesBobs ffather one of the big white pillars of southern aristocracy had gone through congress and the senate of his country to the tune of Spend and Not Spare which left his widow and three younger daughters and a small son dependent upon Bob his eldest Many a warm summer afternoon as Bob and Ipaddied down th bnightthe Cape Cod shore had we matched up for our future I was to have the inside run of the great banking busl nses of Randolph Randolph and p1Cathersexchange Id die In an office Bo used to say and the floor of th stock exchange is just the chimney place to roast my hoecake InSow- hen our college days were over m able old father stood us up against the waN in his office and tried us by hi tests and proud we both were whe dad said Jim you and Bob have chosen well You Jim are just th chap to step into my shoes and Bbb is cut to a thlrty second and sixtyfourth for the floor Proud we were no so much because of what my fathers decision meant for our future for we knew we should get Into the bust ness all right but because our judg b9ththoughtcould be in anything pertaining to business affairs Bob was then 22 and I a year old erfI one of your rawboned New Eng land lads not much for prettiness but willing to weigh in raceflay with any of there for steadiness and stay Ing qualities Bob as handsome as they made them six feet tail in his gym sandals straight as an arrow with the form of an Indian and one of those cleap brave allforheartnoth InRforpolIcy smiling to which men yield willing friendliness and women idolatry Bobs eyes were as big and round and purplebrown as an 8fCnccome amigo perplexity his nose as straight as though chiseled by a mas ter for a Greek medalllpn with thin curved lips to and a broad forehead whosewhiteness was set off by a luxuriance of hair that seemed jetblack but was of the same rare purplebrown as his eyes But it was the poise of Bobs head that gave his good looks their crown Whoever has seen a bunch of twoyearold padIdock lme1Isup Its head and kept It poised to make sure it had caughtfthe call Grace strngth and unharnessed way personifiedSomecarriage of Bobs shapely head and vigorous figure and dull indeed would torecogrand masterfulness Indeed asi said a bit back Bob Brownley was by all odds one of the handsomest men I have ever seen sterlingmanly thedstPerhaps it was because his fathers slimgewithdea swallow to the air We entered the theytoyear later my father summoned us tallyupofwas coming and we thrilled with pleasure when he said Jim you and Bob have fairly out done my expectations I have had my eye on both of you and I want you to know that the kind of industry and shownnetstreetystepIntoof the firms seats on the stock ex change paleormyfathers farmoreYoursnaover He knows me better than anyone else In the tomutSpeak up here Bob said ray Well sir I should feel much better If I could go over there Into the swirl efrand smash U out for myself You seE I could wjn out alpne and pay back tothe seat price and then make a pile refor myself If you felt later like giving ofme another chance to come into the tofirm then 1 should not be laying my oldself open to the charge of being a ndmere pensioner on your friendship deYou know what I mean sir and woril think I am filled with any lowdown I pride but if you will let me have the YnoteyouIJ ter myself I knew what Bob meant so did father and we were glad enough to do what he asked father insisting on making the seat price in the form of a present after explaining to us that prohlbltedI BobBrownley hada paid back the forty thousand with Interest and not only a snug Randolphsending home six thousand a year putItsay in passing that a Wall street mans notch would make twice six thousand yearly earnings cast fin uncertain shadow at Christmas time Bob was the favorite of the exchange andee his hands full of Be1sidesentlallorderscliquesI just passed my thirtysecond sadkyearsbanegrown accustomed to hearing my father say Jim dont anYso mesthne regar Ran workesoon as after am gone our business will run as it a1 ntte I Jim Microbes Ever Get to Pay we have interests and gradually put you into my different trusteeships Thus at fathers death there was not a ripple in our affairs and none of the RandolRhsfluttered financial world momentous eventIInherited all of fathers than four millions which he divided up among relatives and charities and took command ota business that aVe me an income of two miillous and a half a year Once more I begged Job to come into the firm gptMa capital and I want to feel that Im free to kick my heels until I haye raked together an even million all of my own making then Ill settle down with you old man and hold my handle of the plow and if some good girl hap pens along about that time well then It will be An Ivycolored cot for fHewas looked upon by all his friends as- a bad cafe of womanshy No woman young old who had in any way crossed Bobs orbit but had felt that fascinatipn delicious to all ip the presence of A soul by honor schooled heart by passion ruledIbut he never seemed see It As mr wilefor had been three years mar riedand had two little Randolphs toI show that both Katherine Blair and knew what marriage was for never tired of saying Poor Bob Hes womanblind and it looks as though ho would never get his sight in that direction Then again Jim he continued In a tone of great seriousness theres a little secret I have never let even you into The truth is I am not safe yet not safe speak for the old house of Randolph Randolph Yes you may laughyou who are and always have been asstaunch and steady as the old bronze John Harvard In the yard you who know Monday mornings just what you are gojng to do Saturday nights and all jhe days and nights in be Iihathe floor that the southern blood that made by grandfather on r tt one of his trips back from New York though he had more land and slave than he could use stake his land an slavesyes and grandmothers too on a card game and lose and chang the whole face of the Brownley des tinythose same gambling microbes- are in my blood and when they begin to claw and gnaw I want to do some thing and Jim and the big brown eyes suddenly shot sparkslf those microbes ever get unleashed therell be mischief to pay on the floors sure there will Bobs handsome head was thrown back his thin nostrils dilated as though there was In them the breath of conflict The lips were drawn across the white teeth with just part enough to show their edges and In the depths of the eyes was a darkred p aze that somehow gave the Impression one gets in looking down som long avenue of black at the instant locomotive headlight rounds a curve at nightTwice before way back In our col lege days I had this tempter of BoksOnce in a potter game in our rooms when crowd of New York classmates tried to run him out of a hand by the shee weight of coin And again at the Pequot house at New London on th eve of a varsity boat race when Yale crowd shook a big wad of money and taunts at Bob until with a yell h left his usually wellleaded feet and frightened me whose allowance was dollars to Bobs cents at the sum total of the bet cards he signed before he cleared the room of Yale money and came to with a white face streaming with cold perspiration These events had passed out of my memory as the ordinary student breaks that any hot blooded youth is liable to make in like circumstances As I looked at Bob hat day while he tried tell me tha- re business of Randolph Randolph uld not be safe In his keeping I had to admit to myself that I was puzzled If Those Unleashed Therell be Mischief on the Floor or women to to gambling gambling to had regarded my old college chum not only as the best mentally har nbssed man I had ever met but 1 knew him as the soul of honor that honor of the old storybooks aid I could not credit his being tempted to jeopardize unfairly the rights of property of another But it was habit with me to let Bob have his way and I did not press him to come into our firm as a full partner Five years later during which time affairs business and social had been slipping along as well as either Bob or I could have asked was prepart chumtliatto help me in earnest when a queer thing happened one of those una c countable incidents that God sometimes sees fit to drop across the life paths of His children paths heretofore as straight and farahead visible as highways along which one has nev to look twice to see where he Is trav sling one of those events that looked at retrospectively are beyond all human understanding It was a beautiful July Saturd a noon and Bob and I had just packed up for the day preparatory to joining Mrs Randolph on my yacht for a run down to our place at Newport As we thederksIn and had particularly asked to see Mr Brownley Who the deuce can she be coming in at this time on aturday just when all alive men areilha rush to shake the heat and dirt of business for food and the good airi of all outdoors growled Bob Then he said Show her In Another minute and be had his an saver A lady entered Mr Brownley She waited an stant to make sure he was the Vr InlantBob bowedII am Beulah Sands of Sands Land ing Virginia Your people know our wellenoughOf the Judge Lee Sands asked Bob as he held out his hand I am Judge Lee Sands oldest daughter said the sweetest voice 1 f i bad ever heard one of those meD imagiutiononly to bring it up at the pool JH neath the orookfall in quest of the harp of moss and watercresses that sends a bubbling cadence into ita eddies and swirls Perhaps it Was the southern accent that nibbled off tHcorners and edges of certain words and languidly let others mist themselves together that gave it Ita luscious penetration however that maybe it was the most noyesterday notomorrow voice I had ever heard dieIof hers spelled its way into my brain like the breath of some bewltchta oriental essence Nature envI rament the security of a perfect mar riage have ever combined to consti yeteateathe details of the loveliness 81dIe11ahas without warning pierced ftrakrsight Had here not been KatheriB Blair wife and mother KatheriB eBfafr Randolph who filled my love world as the noonday August sun fUr nestlingearmth and restful shade after this interval looking back at the past Y pare ask the questionwho know put that I too might have drifted from secure anchorage of my slow Yasr Icee blood and floated into the deep waters Beauty the cynics scoff Js in the ofTlsioqmerepoint of view desirebut Beulah tands was beauty beyond cavil so perior to all analysis as definite ai the evening star against the twilight sky In height medium girlish but with a figure maturely modeled cjharmingly full and rounded yet bj very perfection of proportion escaping suggestion of plumpness The head surrounded and crowned with a wealth elf dark golden hair rested on a neck t at would have seemed short had Its slender column sprung less graciously tom the lovely lines of the breast and shoulders beneath It was on the eyessthat faItl at brought slightlydown the corners b a mouth too large perhaps tar UpsIs ight thin postriled nose the broad forehead the square full jaw almost as low at the points where they come be neath the ears as at the chin sag gested dignity and high resolve cou laViHaditsurely have driven him to the tente fie Id for his profession But the great es glory of Beulah Sands washer ey slarge full very gray very blue vi Id with all the glamour of her per so aUty full of smiles and tears ani sp rituality and passion one instant frs nkly innocent they Illuminated the fac e of a blonde Madonna the next rse n through the extraordinary long jet black eyelashes underneath the fin ly penciled black brows they 5 res sed coquetted allured I afterward foi nd much of this girls purely physi stra1bledaiuslan tints though the abldla quality of her charm was surely in Jexa Itatlon of spirit of which she might ma e the dullest conscious As she stood looking at Bob in my office that Ion jago noon gracefully at ease in a suit of gray with a grayfeathered fur an on her head and tiny lace bands at neck and wrist she was vim ezq site exceedingly dainty and though southerner of southerners very unl ke the typical brunette girlwui con es out of Dixie land Tills girl who came into our office tha July Saturday just in time to ia ted jre with the outing Bob Brownie ngand I had laid out and who was destined to divert my chums hereto fore smoothflowing river bf existence and turn It Into an alternation of roar ing shes and deadly calms was truly the nost exquisite creature one could cone slue of I know my thought must hay been Bobs too for his eyes were rive ed on her face She dropped the erbloc lashes like a veil as she went on rt Brownley I have just come from Sands Landing I am very anx ious to talk with you on a business youYmy you enga ements I can wait until Monday although and the black veiling lashes Iifteds showing the halflaughing half path tic eyes I wanted much to lad m business before You at the earliest mina e possible Th re was a faint touch of appeals in ths charming voice as she apakel that was irresistible and we were both WaftfIngSt p Into my office Miss Sands and a my time is yours saj Bob as he op ned the Jo between his office and n Ine After I had sent a note tow rYgfordf wait f jr Bob In the general otncef nat it wa a long wait thirty minutest Intotwoout fter he had put her In a cab for her h tel he said In a tope curiously intent Jim I have got jto talk Kith you got to get some of your goodad vice uppose wd hustlealong to the fhawant to keep that gm ya ting any longer tha ctar aansweP I Continuodoniighth f 1 It J 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 15 1907 I I Fridaythel3thCONTINUED ldeas1AfterCupper deck Bob relieved himself Re lieved Is the word for from the minute he had put Miss Sans into the car riage until then It was evident even to my wife that his thoughts were any- Where but upon out outing t Jim he began in a voice that shook in spite of his efforts to make it sound calm there is no disguising the fact that I am mightily worked up about this matter and I want to do everything possible for this girl No need of my telling you how sacred we have god to keep what she has Just let me Into Youll see as I go along that It is sacred and I know you will look at it as I do Miss Sands must be helped out of her trouble Judge Lee Sands her father is the head of the old Sands family of Virginia The Virginia Sands dont takeoff their bonnets to aqpjther family In- this country or elsewhere foi that matter for anything that really counts They have had brains learning money and fixed position since Virginia was first settled They are the best peo pIe of our state It is a crossroad saying in Virginia that a Sands of Sands Landing can go to the bench the United States senate the house or the iKovernors chair for the starting and nearly all of the men folk have held one or all of these honors tor genera tions The present judge has held them all I dont know him personally although my people and his have been thick from away back Sands Landing on the Jameses some 50 miles above our home The judge BeUlah Sands father Is close on to 70 and I have heard mother and father say is a stal wart a Virginia stalwart Being rich t laqSCallrich1ame was the Wtrustee for about all the best estates jln our part of the country It seems from what she tells that of late be has been very active in developing our coalmines and railroads and that par ticularly he took a prominent hand in the Seaboard Air Line You know the road for your father was a director and I think the house has been prom Jlmithlscently been acting as the judges sec retary has just learned that that coup of Reinhart and his crowd has com pletely ruined her father The decline has swamped his own fortune and what is worse a million to a million and a his trtfst funds as well and the old judge well you ajid I cab understand his position Yet do nol know that you Just can either for you do not quite understand our Vir pOslftlonYOu would have to know tha to un toryater for it seems that since life began to get into deep water he has been jrelying upon her for courage and ideas From our talk l gather she has a wonderful store of uptodate business no what81Mart hopeless and Jim when that old roan goes down it will be a that wilt shake our state in more ways than one r Up to now the girl has stocjd up to the blow like iman and has b enable to steady the judge until he presents RB exterior that holds down suspicion as to his real financial conditional though she says Reinhart and is Bal timore lawyer from the ruthless way e l outhishave a line on it that the Judge is ovoardThe old gentlemen can keeithlngs going for six months longer without jeopardizing any of the remaining trust funds of which he has some two millions and while his wife who is an invalid knows the judge Is jluspectjh1 stobk out of sight and scuttled her lathers bankers and partners In the road the Wilsons of Baltimore she had a frightful struggle to keep her father from going insane She told me that for three days and nights she kept him locked in their rooms at their hotel In Baltimore to prevent him from hunting Reinhart and his lawyer Rettybone and killing them both but that at last she got him calmed down and together they have been planning Jim it was tough to sit there and listen to the schemes to recoup that this old gentleman and this girl for she is only 21 have tried to hatch up The tears actually rolled down my cheeks as I listened I couldnt help it you couldnt either Jim But at last out of all the plans considered they found only one that had a tint of hope in it and the serious mention of eventhafone Jim in any but pres ent circumstances would make you think we were dealing with lunatics But the girl has succeeded in making me think It worth trying Yes Jim she has and I have toldher so and I hope to God that that hardheaded horsesense of yours will not make you sit down on it Bob Brownley had got to his feet he was slipping the shackles of that fiery romantic southern passion that years in college and Wall street had taught him to keep prisoner His eyes were flashing sparks His nostrils vibrated like a deer bucks in the au tumn woods He faced Mme with his JJimas listened to that girls story of the terrible cruelty and devllsh treachery practiced by the human hyenas you and I associate with human hyenas who when in search of dirty dollars the only thing they know anything about putjto shame tie real beasts of tho wIldswhen I stened I you that I felt It would not glve me twinge of conscience to put a ball through that slick scoundrel JFleinhart Yes and that hired cur of his too who prostitutes a good family name and position and an inherited ability the Almighty Intended for more honest uses than the trapping of victim- on whose purses his gutterborn master has set lecherous eyes And Jim as I listened a troop of old friend- Invaded my memoryfriends whom I have not seen since before went to Harvard friends with whom I spent many a happy hour in my old Virginia home friends born of my Imagination stalwart rugged crusaders who carried the sword and the cross and the banner Inscribed For Honor and for God Old friends who would troo into my boyhood and trumpet Bob dont forget when youre a man that the goal is honor and the code Do unto your neighbor as you would have your neighbor do unto you Dcmt for get that millions is the crest of the groundlings And Jim r thought friends looked at me with reproachf- eyes as they said You ate well on the road Bob Brownley and In time your heart and soul will bear the hallmark of the snaky S on the two upright bars and you will be but a frenzied fellow In the Dirty Dollar army Jim Jim Randolph as I listened to that agonizing tale of the changing of that girls heaven to hell I did not see that halo you and I have thought surround ed the sign of Randolph Randolph I did not see It Jim but I did see myself and I didnt feel proud of th picture Sly God Jim Is it possible you and I have joined the nobility o Dirty Dollars Is it possible we ar leaving trails along our lifes path like that Reinhart left through the home of these Virginians such trails as this girl has shown rqetBob had worked himself into a state of frenzy I had never seen him so ex cited as when he stood in front of me and almost sjiouted this fierce self denunciationFor sake Bob pull you self together I urgedhThe on the bridge there is staring at y upherebe a good fellow and let us talk thing over Ina sensible way At t gait you are going we can do nothing to help out your friends Besides i i what is there for you and me to take ourselves to task for We are no wreckers and none of our dollars Is stained with Frenzied Finance father as you know despised Reinhart- a d his sort as much as we do Be yourself What does this girl want you to do If it is anything in reason call It done for you know there is nothing I wont do for you at the ask ing w feobs hysteria oozed He dropped on the rail seat at my side 1 know it Jim I know it and you must forgive me The fact is Beulah Sands story has aroused a lot of thoughts I have been asticklng down cellar late years for to tell the truth I have some nasty twinges of con science every now and then when I get to thinking of this dollar game of ours I saw that the impulsive blood was fat cooling and that It would only be a question of minutes until Bob would be his clearheaded self Now what is it she wants you ta do I persisted Isit a case of money of our trying to tide her father over Continued Next Week TEXAS Mrs Wade and daughter of Mit chellsburg spent last week with rela tives and friends in this yicinity Miss Flossie Cocanougher has return ed from Louisville Mr G W Cocanoughers family are measlesI to report Mr To A Hays family improving neveR L Purdom left Monday for Richmond Va where he will be in attendance at the convention while there Mr James Gordon of Louisville is Bradya remains quite ill Rev J W Campbell and wife were at Mill Creek Sunday The former filled his regular appointment at that place t Miss Hattie Arnold entertained tfus following guests at dinner Sunday Misses Sarah QNan Jennie Price Rodman Thurman and Mr Morrison 6Nah of Springfield and Frank Har din of this placeIs Mr and Mrs J H Hungate of Tat ham were guests of Dr Hatchett and John Peterson recently Mr Ueboe Brady and wife of near Springfield were to see the formers sister Mrs Jacob Peterson Saturday and Sunday Miss Catherine Brady is the guest of her aunt Mrs Brady of Springfield- On Friday May 10 Mrs Nancy Co canougher enjoyed her seventyfourth birthday with all of her children and grandchildren present A pleasant day was spent and our greatest wish is that many more wilrbai realized just like this one 11 PLEASANT GROVE Messrs Knight Handy and Clifton Leachman spent Sunday with MrDavi son Reed Mr Bush VanArsdale of Lexington is visiting his uncle S C VanArsdale of Beechland Misses Mabel Tucker Willie Hughes and Jennie Greene visited friends here this week Miss Jennie Leachman has returned home after a short visit to Miss Nancy Thompson Mr Pete Shehan spent Saturday and Sunday in Maud sMisses Lillian and Harvey VanArs dale visited Mrs Hugh Nbe last week yisitinag friends in Louisville this week Mr Nat Thompson spent Sunday in Harrodsburg Miss Rena Yankey left last week to visit friends in Lexington Mr E J Pinkston visited friends in Willi burg Sunday familpspel1 Lerpy Reed this week Lincoln League tl e POGr own base ball team will play at Willisburg Saturday MrsB L Lit ey and aughter Mrs loomaMr D A Kelly and family seen several days with J R Reed this week Mr Loyd Colvin spent Sunday wit his parents here Misses Susie and Bertha Edgerton spent Thursday with Mrs J L Moran Mrs E I Colvin sprint one day lag week in Mackville HORSES WANTED oulsirSpringoufield Saturday to buy sensebs Horses J l 9- y rv f J NOTICE e i After May 2Oth the Subscription price of theLouisville will be increased to its former price If you want The Sun and Herald at 2 subscribe before tHat date SUBSCRIBE NOW McINTIRE Brother Daman Blanford of Califor nia is spending afew days with his parents at this place Mrs Martha Howard died at her home here on the eleventh in the 83rd year of her age Her remains interred the following day at St wereI She leaves a host of friends and tives to mourn their loss Born on the eighth to the wife of Mr R A Mclntirei a girl Mr Coly Ensor bought a nice young horse from Tom Wheatley price un and Twiman Keen sold to Stiles 8t Company one fat cow for 40 R A McIntire sold one to same at 4 cents per pound Mrs Belle Keene and little girls visited her mother at Forest View Satur day and Sunday last Mrs Molly Auberry and little daugh ter of Fredericktown were guests of Mr TE Ballard and wife Thursday Mr Robert Nallyof Etheingtonville spent a few days with his father last week Mr Nally continues on the sick list Miss Mary Walker is spending a few days atValley Hill this weekthe guest of her cousin Miss Edna Phillipps Mrs Nannie Gootee of this place and Mr William Carrico of Simstown were quietly married at St Rose last Tuesday This is their second venture on the matrimonial sea May peace and happiness attend them is the wish of the writer Mr Bart Smith happened to quite a painful accident last week by sticking a thorn in Us eye It has been gluing him considerable pain since Mrs An ie Vise and children have gone to I linois where she intends making her future home We regret very much to give up such an estimable lady from qur midst as Mrs Vise May good luck attend her- O 1r hustling machinist MrEd Cusic is doing a good business in the lumber line at this place He has been sawing for several week and hasnt near com pleted his job Miss Craycrbft of Meade county is visiting her sIster Mrs Lorenza Young Miss Lula Wheatly of Cecilvillewas the guest or her cousin Miss Flora Keene on last Thursday Mrs Martha Clements and sister Miss Sallie Thompson were to see thgi uncle Hillory McIntire last Sunday Uncle Hillory who was reported in our last letter as being on the sick list is much improved at this writing Mr Robert Nally of Gasburg yisit ed friends here recently Mr Frank Willett wife and little daughter Clara of Nelson county What to do in Dyspepsia Dieting has become a great fad in America and just as years ago we a nation overate so now we are asI eating The one is as bad as the Man needs food and plenty of it to sus tain life arid to strength to compete in this busy world It snot however the fact that you may eat too much that hurts ycu but that you dont digest what you eat nolproper amount of gastric and peptic Ju ces you diseasha y juices This can only be done by a reliable tonic laxa dweltSyrupre needed toido this Take itregularly foi awhile bottnsbenrtburripimples sallow complexion wind on too eta Every bottle carries with It an abs lute guarantee to do what we claim It a gen liltitsa One of the great friends of this remedy is Harry P Keutor lleutenantln one of the Chl oSanlag the rough food of a soldier he contracted severe dyspepsia and lost weight rapidly A friend in the regiment called his attention to prQmptlybClrnn poundsYour at 60 cents or1 and you will find It worth a hundred times that to you CE9CC TCCT Those wishing to try Dri Cald buyIngaddressing the company This offer to prove thatthe remedy do as we claim and It only open to those have never taken It Send fpr It you have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet most for children and folks ruarantttd permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So and Sure ProductbearPEPSIN SYRUP CO 119 Coldivoll Ida Montlcillo III RED CROSS DRUG STORE were here last Sunday mingling with their old friends Little Miss Winnie Hayden of Dints Station after a weeks stay with her sister Mrs Mamy Alvey has returned homet Measles still prevail in this locality Two of Mr William Smiths children htIis on the sick i HAPPY HOLLOW l Miss Sarah Shields spen Tuesday with Mrs Ai C Keeling Miss Hf Hie Keeling is spending two weeks with her grandparents Mr and Mrs Tom Brown at Fairview Mrs J M Shields and sons Truman and Raymond spent Wednesday with MrsVJ D Sutherland at Sycamore Valley Mrs Jphn Armstrong and daughter spent Monday with Mrs Harve Barnett of Pleasant Grove Misses Maggie and Zora Montgomery spent MWday afternoon with Miss Sarah Shields Mis Effie Coulter Thursday with Mr and MrsSamuel Coulter Miss Sarah Shields and sister spent Tuesday with Misses Pearl and Myrtle ArmstrongMrs Scruggs and little daugh ter spent last Wednesday and Thursday with Mrs Sabe Coulter of near Willisburg Mr Tomb Tennil and wife were in Willisburg last Tuesday Mrs Tomie Sutherland spent Tues day with her son J D Sutherland at Sycamore Valley Mrs Jim Oder and family spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mr Allen Sutton and family Miss Pearl Armstrong is on the sick list this week Mrs Ji M Shields and daughter spert Saturday night and Sunday wither h sister Mrs Johnnie Jenkins near Tatham Springs lDlr Solomon Kays wife and son spent Saturday and Sunday with her father Hi P Chesser and ifamily at PolinIMr George Keeling and family of Wiliisbuig and SamMontgomery and wife dined with Mr M C Keeling and family Sunday Mrs Lee Settles and two children Sundayrat of near here Miss Myrtle Armstrong spent Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs M C KeelingMr C Keeling was in Willisbur- Saturday BROOKSVILLE Born to the wife of Mr Tom lay ree a girt Misses Annie Cpoksey Dora Rile and Hester Noel spent Saturday afternoon at Cardwell Miss Ollie Sutton is visiting her sis ter Mrs Allen Sutton of Happy Hol iWillie Colvin is visiting her aunt Mrs Nancy Terrell of Willis burg Mr Mitt Leachman spent Suuday placetvisiting her sis ter Mrs IB Carey I Mrs Nettie Montgomery visited Mrs Tom TeaY ice Sunday Mr John in Valley Hill hursday NoellMiss visited her sis ter Mrs Luther Cooksey Saturday night and Sunday oDlr Tom Noel wife and daughter Mr Davis N oel and wife visited Mr Billie Sutton Sunday Mr Billie Cheatham and wife visited Frank Ashe Sunday i Marion County Falcon Send the knockers to the junk heap Mr WH radshaw sold to Mr Burk Avrrtt teA mules at 109 each Rev Wm P Hogarty left this week for Henderson to take the place of Father Lynch at the Holy Name church during the letters trip to Europe Mary Jane age2f months the bright little dai ghter of Mr and Mrs Martin J Spald Ing died Friday morn tipnIan Little Virginia the twoyearold daughter of Mr arid Mrs Lum Abell while playing ai out the house Wednes day happened to a painful accident The little girl tepped on a nail which passed throng her foot for awhile physicianwound She is now doing very well Quite a large number of ladies m ttayandCivic League adopting bylaws and constitution and appointing committees to begin active work Mrs John Mc Chord was ele ted President Mrs Finley Shuck Vice President and Mrs J M Knott Se retary and Treasurer Three departm nts were established at this meeting the humane sanitary and beautifying and committees were wIone each precinct who will be the captains territoryI theIrIeyey man woman Many valuable things cart and will be done by this o anizationand we an reportingIsue esses Mr John Woo lst the serious condi tion of whom was mentioned in our last issue died in Louisville Sunday afternoon Th Herald of Monday says John Woods who was discovered slying on Fourth trettn South Louisville last Monday at noon in a delirious Hospitalgyesterday afternoon When he was taken to the poice station it was dis covered that he had swallowed the contents of a b ttle of morphine and he was immediately sent to the hospi tal where he n ver fully recovered He is survived by a wife and seven Heyn a road company Sun and Herald 2 DUROC JERSEY HOGS My spring pigs will be weaned arid ready for delivery June 1st Sow pigs all sold but have three choice 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