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J- bt f1ir4 1m V1U1f4b ui DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTYI tI jh r OLUME IIIf SPRINGFIELD KY I WEDNESDAY Y MAY 29 1907 NUMIER 21 we IThe Critic + Ij + A mudturtle sat on a stone in the sunIVAnd blinked in a slow stupid way i r A vain little fly tII Came loitering by i tR He stopped on that same rock to saya 1f 1 fT Youre the Ugliest creature that ever I sawp fH You are clumsy and stupid and slow allIa much to know But the little mudturtle spoke never a word vt As he sat in the sun on the stone He wearily blinked LJHe thought as he Winked That a wise fly would let him alone toHut the fly had grown proud qthis power to torment iAnd he buzzed at the mudturtles head Till the turtle at last gave one short little snap And the critical insect was dead 7 t 4 It is really toobad that the fl neverknew V y That the turtle was wiser than he j1For a creature that thinks As it winks and it blinks May a dangerous enemy be annoyTis foodrEx lL lqrt WELCOME A hearty welcome Welcome to our county to our town and too our homes Only pull the latch rftrihg Let ua say it with such a cheery good will and such a friendly handclasp as will1eaV6nodoubt that we mean it mean it right OfthelRInepeople never fail injthe hospitality for which Kentuckians are so justly noted And let us prove thatwe are certain iv not lacking in educational enthusi asm which shows that we understand and appreciate the great good our schools art doing and that we are keeping abreast in these times of such ad vancement in schoolwork Let as rise to the bigness of the event Itwill indeed be an honor to entertain these several hundred repre sentative young people from the heart f great State Do we love our ra PUl fit e heart of eyery true Ken responds to My Old Ken tuckV Let us honor the people who make benwhat she is I o we care for her greatness in the future Then honor her young men ajnd women to whom we mu t entrust het tnt resting indeed is a gathering of this kind since in it we see the pros pHcts the fulfillment of our hopes and our dreamsof times yet to fee Not as selfish l bbntestants for prizes do they rn et but as generous rivals for honors that are due to ability and rewards to those who persevere in the school romIWe should hot look upon these con tests as contests merely butkeep in aura the purpose of the Tournament t represents a cause second only to th toi Christianity itself a purpose peculiarly sacred to the American heart In our schools we find the cream of our nations youth Jn this meeting we shall see the cream the very best that the Blue Grass circuitcan put forth match their abilities Lets show our patriotism by our interest in the occasion See rind hear the contests learn to know the contestants and forecast the future of them and of our State which must beth same They are to take the reigns lif government when we fall by the wayside and we should riot onlyffeel an interest but show how deeply interest rtl WH are in the training which will enatile them to guide the old shjp safe ly over the schools which may lie in the futureetrack Kentucky has her r great rhea of tho past some of the t greatest We think of them with love and reverence But she has not reached the zenith of her glory and the his torian of the coming generation will not record the deeds of the giants th tI were of those days only usually become great early in life and it is but tomorrow that the time will have arrived for these young men and women to make or to marto succeed or to fail In each individual is centered the hopes of his parents and his friends and in them collectively that of the State- Kentuckys school system is on an average below the standard This should riot be so We should be in the forefront in this as in other things The people are a sovereign power We make our schools what they are and can do with them what we will We should help keep up the educational revival recently begun in the State and join our efforts to those of the hundreds of enthusiastic educators of whom we will have a representative body present to raise our schools to the very highest state of efficiency To say we have good schools implies the rest What a piece of worl is man How infinite in facility How noble in reason Train him aright and he is no mans follower but may for himself sound the depths and shoals and know the way to eternal happiness citizens have indeed been gener lOur They have cheerfully given every assistance in finding homes and in pro viding for the comfort and entertain meat of our guests and in many ways have helped to make occasion a joyous one and an undoubted success Convicts Fight Fran fortKy May 24At theta e penitentiary this afternoon B W Lockmiller a convict cut and it is feared immortally wounded John Hen sley a fellowinmate Lockiriilier who has but one arm the left made five Wounds on the head and body of his victim narrowly missing the jugular vein in one slash with a shoe knife and making another wound in the ab domen in which it was necessary to take sixteen stitches Lockmiller was sent up from Mercer county in May 1905 for four years for housebreaking He is a Tennesseean His yictim was sent up from Breathitt county in March 1905 to serve twelve conviction of murder The Ynjenwere employed in the shoe plant of the prison and they quarreled over some trivial matter Hensley is said to have struck Lockmiller with a broom handle before he drew his knife and wounded him Hensley would have likely been killed instantly but for the interference of guards of the institution Subscribe for The sariL00 year p LOCAL ROUNDUP i I j t 11n Eagle And a Fish 1 Mr John Best of near Texas killed- n eagle a few days ago which measurs eofive and a half feet from tip to tip Mr Best says thathe heard a disturb dnceamong his chickens and suppos ing his flock had been attacked by a hawk picked up his gun and went to investigate He was surprised to see a huge bird on a hillside a short distance from his chicken lot After it had re mainedthere for about fifteen minutes it flew down into a creek and presently came forth with a fish Mr Best fired and killed the eagle and upon in vestigation found that he had not only bog his game but had caught a fish as well The fish was about twelve inches long and made a meal for Mr Bert and family tPrettest In the CourterJJournal s beauty con test Miss Adele y Torpey of Louisville was voted the prettiest woman in Kentucky Her picture occupied a page in the CourierJournal last Sun day Miss T rp wasrselected from lj500 pictures The Judges were Mrs C C McChord of this place Gen Jno B Castleman Mrs Chas P Weaver E B Tinsley and Harvey Joiner Miss Torpey was reared at loomfield Miss Williams Married Rev W H WilliamS was in St Louis Monday and Tuesday where on Tuesday evening he attended the marriage of his sister Miss Bessie Will iams to Mr Jerome Baxter Pendleton After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Pen dleton left for a bridal trip through the South The groom is prominent in St Louis being a lweJI known and prosperous business man The bride visited her brother Rev Williams here last summer where she won the admiration Of many people Ice Cream Parlor Mr C L Price has opened am ice cream parlor in the room which he for merly occupied as a saloon TJie room has been nicely fitted tor the business repapered painted and remodeled A pretty linolum has been put upon the floor and in fact the interior is ex quisitely and tastetully arranged in every particular When the new fixtures furniture etc are added Mr Price will have one of the nicest aricT most uptodate resorts of this kind ever seen in this section Besides the ice cream parlor Mr Price will handle softdrinks of all kinds The Sun pre dicts success for the venture We are requested by the proprietor to invite the public tocall Possum and Pbssuni =Mr Ben of Mackville brought toiowptoday a mother pos sum and eleven little ones which were captured by a colored man in that sec ron yesterday afternoon They are ugly little scrappers but are much ad mired on account ofupic ingredients they contain An old colored man here after viewing them intently for several minutes remarked Dem little possums am growin pies an Is a lodkm atem with admahrashun Vhat you take lohem boss hr asked as the water ran out of the coiners of his month Death of Mr Janes Mr Nace Janes died at his home at this place yesterday morning of con sumption after an illness of several weeks The deceased was liked by all who knew him He was accomodating and obliging and was ever ready to lend a helping hand to those in need He was a member of the Presbyterian church and was a good Christian He leaves a wife and several children to mourn his death to whom The Sun ex tends sympathy Burial o cured this morning lPrimary August 3 At a meeting of the Democratic County Committee here last Monday a primarysjelectibn was called for the purpose of making a nominationfor Representative The election will be held August 3 The call will be printed in the next issue of The Sun Marriage Announcement Mr W J Schoene of Henderson Ky and Miss Rena V Yankey of near town will be married next Tues day June 4 at the home of the brides parents Mr and MrsySo Yankey Mr Schoene is a prosperous young business man of Henderson while Miss Yankey is a pretty and attractive yours woman Circuit Court f Circuit court comenced here Monday with Judge loH Thurman on the bench A few minor cases have been disposed of Both the civil and the commonwealth dockets are light and it is thought court will adjourn this week CommonwdalthsAttorney Dur ham of Greensburg is present GRAND JURY E B Clarkson Ed Rosst C W Stallings S S Goodldtt J T Lay LrT Spaulding James Cull Gabe Keightly Will Arnold Grundy Dennis foreman Thos Jenkins P B Prather PETIT JURY Cr W Oder John A Coulter Thos Duncan Jas F Gregory W H Smith T F Kidwell Ab Walker S G Logsdon Wm Harmon H M ONan Cull Cambron John Waters C B Pope G W Sparrow J F Thompson R L Montgomery Richard Carey W B Shehan Mike Troutman W G Grundy J W Best C D Miller J P Edelen J W Tucker Court Day Sales S M Campbell auctipneer reports thefollowing county court day sales Twelve steers two yesrolds for W B Hatchett for 3025 per head one cow and calf 40 one cow and calf 3250 one good stripper cow 35 one Sow and pigs 19 one sow and pigs 2050 one sow and pigs 3525 one mule 83 one pair mules 165 One mare U2one mare fl750 one mare 85 one mare 76 one pony 650 one pony 75 one bay horse 0550 one bay horse 11250 Train to Leave Later Hon C C McChord has received a communication from Mr G B Phelps Siipt Transportation L and N R R stating that after June 2 the morning passenger train will leave Springfield theILouisville at 810 giving ample time for connections with all trains leaving change meets with LouisvillerhiS the citizens of this the evening train is released from that Occassional wait of thirty minutes at the Junction for passengers on the Knoxville brach ve will be deelighted with our train irviee Cure For Gallstones The following simple remedy has been given The Sun with the reqeust that we print it It is said to be almost a certain cure for gallstones Hard cinder and the best Olive Oil Take one tablespoonful of the oil in twothirds of a glass of cinder before each meal and at bedtime Banks Close Thursday On account of Decoration Day tle banks of Springfield will be closed to inorrow Thursday DEBATE AT FENWICK A Live and Growing Local Which is Doing Much Good An interesting and entertaining de bate was held at Fenwick last Thurs day night The subject was Is Am erica Free Those affirming were Miss Rettie Barker Messrs Jas Janes and Chas Oder the negative were Miss iLena Cecil Messrs Dan Thomp son arid Dee Riley The judges decided in faforof the affirmative Each speaker made an excellent talk and produced strong argument in support of their contentions Misses Barker and Cecil delivered wellworded and en tertajnihg addresses which were very much appreciated by the large audience These young ladies are members of the Fenwick local and are enthusiastic In the work of the movement Mr Janes talk was to the point anq was well and effectively delivered Mr Oders speech was convincing and de livered in a manner which would make it appear that he is an oldstager Mr Thompsons talk besides being arguI mentive eras humorous and kept the audience in a tickled state from the beginning to the conclusion of the Mr Riley although he announced that it would be impossible for him to deliver a speech made a good one and presented his side of the mat ter in a logical way The evening was enjoyed by all pres ent and the next meeting Thursday nigjit June 6 promises to be attended by a large crowd The subject for debate will be Was the Indian Treated Worse than the Negro The Fenwick Local has over 100 members and is still growing If we had a local like it in every community in Kentucky there would be no doubt about the success of the farmer in the accomplishment of those things which will be focShjis good Let us get together and make more locals like the Fenwick local The meetings at Fenwick are always at tended by large crowds because those who attend always spend profitable and enjoyable evening Judge Cantrill Kentucky State Journal There is a rumor apparently well founded that Judge Cantrill has decided to resign His song Hon J Campbell Cantrill says that the Judge has had the matter under consideration for some time but that he is not in a position to give a positive answer in the matter We do not believe that Judge Can trill has a better personal or political friend than the writer and we are sure that he and his family recognize that fact We supported him for Appellate Judge over a life long friend at the risk of the loss of that friendship be cause we thought he deserved promo tion for his hard work and tor what he had suffered for conscience s keHei- s a grand man and we love him and we should like to see him fill the posi tion to which a partial people elected him but it seems fully established now that he will never be able to sit on the bench again As long as there was the least hope of his doing so it waS but natural that he should want to hold on and no fair minded man could raise an objection but this hope seems to have been shattered and now for the sake of the party that he has so delighted to honor him and for his ownj sake we trust that the reports of hisC resignation may prove true If Judge Cantrill were a poor man and had ho one upon whom to depend that was not able and willing to supI port him thore might be some excuse for his holding on but such is not the case and his family should see to itI that the Republican charge that he remains a pensioner on the State isJ Disproved At any rate we are prompted both by regard for him and them and solicitude for the party to majcg the suggestion which they are bound to realize is by a friend who hasin his humble way done what he could to advance his political ambitions ever since he offered for Lieutenant Governor JI iI HOWDYDO BOYS AND GIRLS OP THE BLUEGRASS TOURNAMENT GLADLY DO WE SURRENDER THE CITY TO YOU YOU WHO ARE ENDEAVORING TO ACCOMPLISH THOSE THINGS WHJCH GIVE TO AMERICA ENLIGHTENMENT AND TRANQUILITYTHOSE THINGS WHICH MAKE NATIONS GREAT AND MEN IMMORTALTHOSE r THINGS WHICIi HAVE CROWNED A GREAT COUNTRY WITH LAUREL WREATHES AND DIADEMS OUR HATS ARE OFF TO YOU1 OUR HEARTS ARE FULL OF LOVEs AND ADMIRATION FOR YOU AND IT IS WITH HAPPINESS TRUIiY GREAT HAPPINESSTHE KENTUCKY KIND THAT WE KvrOr GETHER SAY HOWDYDO i NORTH BEND Owing to cold weather the tobacco plants in this section will be very Tate but a shortcrop and a long price is ifar better than a long crop and a short price There is a unanimous desire in this section of the county for W C Mc Chord to represent Washington county in the next Legislature in order to past such laws las are necessary to better protect the principles of the A S of E- On Saturday May 18th your correspondent dined at the home of D W Crouch of Possum Ridge Washing ton county Ky and unintentionally of course caused some trouble During the conversation there was something said about Possum Ridge and I told Mr Crouch that W C Me ChordWhad in a conversation stated publicly that your correspondent lived on Pos sum Ridge The correspondent thereupon denied it flatly when McChord said in conclusion that he had never found but one man that would own that he had lived on Possum RidgeJ To a casual thinker it looks now as if J Rogers Gore will have a walkover in the Fifteenth Senatorial Dis trict There is one very commendable principle about Mr Gore he dpnt straddle issues but meets thentlike Teddy fair and square WhetKer one agrees with him or differs from him you do not haye to get a search warrant to find him arid when he goes to the Senate we feel he will at least do as he pleases and he willnot stain the earth with Gore A Romance of a Stocking Kentucky Standard A young lady working in a stocking factory fearing her chances small for a life partner wrote the following and slipped it into the toe of a gentlemaas sock uA young lady good looking and of some meansi would like to correspond with the wearer of this sock if he is single with a view to matrimony A young man bought the sock and said Theres my chance He wrote to the young lady offering himself asa it suitable party and to his surprise received this reply I have been mar ried eight years and have a family of eight children The man from whom he bought the sock had never advertis ed consequently they had lain on his shelves for eight years A SweetSouled Martyr a feoj Louisville Herald For thiciy fear an Invalid for thirty years an u comJ plaining sweetsouled and devotedlwifej mother Mrs William McKinley is dead at Canton where she will be aictIbeside her martyred husbandI It is to the glory of the nation that it can number among its citizens such spirits as those of William McKinley his wife His love for her was proverbial but all the devotion which lavished was not greater than the joy and the inspiration he drank in from the strong soul that dwelt within that feeble body She will sleep beside him now that the great Angel has once more united Those whom he sometimesundered t Both having done their work 1ia Errerforwhile t la Bubscribe for The Sungo0 f r THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1907 Jr W F Trusty Prac- ticalDentist SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work af reasonable prices All work guaranteed Office over Haydon Barber 1fID LAKEtInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Life Fire and Accident rOld Masaachuaotta MutUal alwayp reliable andtbe beat in the world Yonrinrrancosoliofted l HyattOffice SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 7to9amOFFICE HOURS J 4 to 8pm Dr J CJMudd i SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY OFFICOCR J lUYPokS nova Offic Hours r 12rarto 2 P M Dr W WRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church over C W Hagans grocery Office phone 175 Residence phone 172 J H LAMPTQN M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS i NURSE TELEPHONES J Dy49IfNjght 109 IT SCOTT M YES f ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky t stosadaijolnlsad Federal Oourta C C McCHORD r v Will practice iu all State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAWI r n AAsadpeals W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will practice in the courts of Washington mad counties and Jn court of Appeals MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield KW BuildingWill f Wash ington and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals A t S M CAMPBELL AUCTIONEER Springfield KY specialtyWillable Phone 84 r JOHN YMAYES Funeral Director And 17 Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown randsome Line of Casket and Burial Rob es Telephone Day 19 Night 74 r DUROC JERSEY HOGS My spring pigs will be weaned and ready for delivery Julie 1st Sow pi MacterIpiece with heavy bone Come and see or write me FARMERS themI HL E 1t tlt J Springfield Ky Itf i Marion County Falcon Mrs J W Perkins died at Elizabeth Hospital here Tuesday night after undergoing a surgical operation for gallstone She wasabout 50 years old and is survived by her husband Her remains were taken to her home at Willisburg where the funeral was hd Thursday Mr Eddie H Harden of Washing I on county and Miss Lillie M Miller j of Loretto were married at the Metho dtst Parsonage in this city lash Satur day by Rev C H Prather The young couple left immediately after the cere mony for Louisville C L Campbell and J R Hendrick son have each filedseparate suits in the Circuit court here against Chief of Police J A Thompson for 5000 damages for false arrest and imprisonment These men reside in Casey county and about two weeks ago came here and left their in the care of Mr Ed C Johnsonand hired a rig to go to Springfield Upon their return they had five gallons of whisky and Chief Thompson promptly placed them localoptionof whisky each but upon investigation by Policy Judge Thomas and City At- tOrney McElroy they were dismissed without a trial The cases will come up for trial at the September term of the court j The new bare of MrW J Murrell of Merrimac was destroyed fire Wednesday at noon toetherwith its contentsa fine pair of mules valued at OQa lot of feed farming imple tJ1Qree insurance Circuit court adjourned Saturday after a number of preliminary orders had TheIpreviously reported was that of JOhn McChordexecutor of Mrs Ellen P Maxwell ys Dan H Howardand others The matter in question was the interest on the note due the d ceased which the defendant claimed had been paid The amovnt was about 51400 and the jury returned a verdict for Mr Howard alsrin ses sion at the CityHall Monday night to take steps in the matter of th charges preferred against Chie Thompson and as Judge Thurman ha made the order permanent restraining cQargesMronded by Mr A Kelly to carry the matter to the Court of Appeals which was unanimously carried and City At torney H S McElroy was directed to prepare the case for the higher tri banal An Old Institution Bells were Invented before history at a date unknown They pave ale religionwere J NinevehDwarf French have appar ently been of late In raising one of the features hortlCfturlsts among the rich now fruit upon the tree Woe Inclined Constipationn to peculiar functions are prone to constipation and many of are due to this congestion in the bowels which fills the blood with impure matter that permeates foulband such like ills are primarily cause indigestionWomen learn of a remedy that cures constipation and Indigestion purlthef This remedy is Dr Caldwellg Syrup Pepsin which can be bought at any drug store for 50 cents or a bottle Women have been curing themselves with this remedy tor sixteen years and the offer of years ago still stands today you buy Dr Caldwclls Syrup ln with understanding that it will do as claimed or your money will be refunded espetallycauieof its gentle but prompt action its pleasant taste and Its freedom from griping It does not bybuildspermanent cure and should be as steadily in your homo as in that of thousands of others chiidreisguaranteed to do what a good laxative should MoIShebutItYou who have never used It should begin day You will date your freedom from sickne Caldil1IellsCDCC T CCT Those wishing to try DrCald DuyIthosewhoGentlestarTHEPUBUCVERDICT productbeanPEPSIN SYRUP CO 1 19 Caldwell Bldg Mbntioello III RED CROSS DRUG STORE i I i PEOPLE j ateRL LL ErdS- Washington self admittetl center of culture and enlightenment looks upon sirperstitlonas a form of devil worship that vanished with witch burning Yet within two hours ride of the capitol are communities that despite public schools and church choir factions and problems and things are as deeply saturated With superstition as the scholarly bats that flitted through the Intellectual twilight of the middle ages Virginiacountieslice east and climb the mountain shoulders until thoy look down over the summit Into the Shenandoah val ley the dally life of the hill dweller Is hedged In with countless signs and omens all portents of evil Through them he walks gingerly fearful lest in propitiating one genius of disaster he offend against another A religious and church going folk are thoseon Sunday The rest of the Week they devote to keeping out of the clutches of had luck the modern form of that disagreeable and uncomfortable old laud of theZidonlans Baal who visited them with dire and Orig inal punishments when he didntj g his regular allowance of broiled baby They dont broil babies these latter day worshipers but they keep themselves In perpetual hot water haute said a sturdy old farmer of Big Cobbler mountain to his son as the oy started out ou a June morn- Ing to hoe the weed choked corn ther means in the secon quarter an ef yer chop em down them weeds H grow worser ever Better walt next week Sides I want yer ter go for the doctor Yer mas allln this mawnln therhorseI clodded him oft Yer know what that means Whlpporwllis that the Ignorantmay know as much as Hance mean early and sudden death For years they had made that block a rendezvous for their nightly chorals while the family remained healthy as hostlert But it shooknot the old mans belief Vn the wads ma recovered as peart as a cricket Dont per put that sassafras wood in ther kitchen fire cried the old lady to her helping hand one day 12 year old girl as yet unlearned the lore of the hills Every singl cow on ther place go dry ef yer do Go an put it in pas fire A listening city man wondered at this fine distinction thee old lady its Jes puttln sassafras in fldre what makes cows go no dlffunce in no other fire Why when I wuzer ga overn Rappahannock and wis saws and ancient Instances were copl oust cited t sustain the theory 0 interrelation of sassafras kitchen fire and cow Sometimes hey hit it One day the city man ben ona little exercise in wood cboppii g strolled through the house with ar axio houlder- Git outer hyali 1th that roare the old man in pallid terro Dont yer know its ther wors luck In ther worfl ter tote er ax thro er house What yer thlnkln bout anyhow An hour later as the city man ap proached the dwelling his ears were flooded with a tbrren of high treble recriminations mingled witha deep flow of apologies They gushed from the door and window The city betook himself back to the placid for est where lie abode until the gusty Niagara had subsided As lie emerged the old man met him knowed yerd make trouble Ith thet air ax he said accusingly Yer moonshineIbeer lesson ter yer m son an don user tote or ax thro er house no mo The city man began to bolleve there was something In It exIplained the old lady when the tyy ma suggested them ns an ornament to the wonet d1Ye used po ter have er beautiful pail eallIyarters anigot po Ther very nex night them peacocks went down thor mountn pas Dorse Helllfis place an- ole man Coosers whos both po ttheColonel Walter thet owns bout half o Warren tib hiity Theyve been their ever slnce an theyll stay thar tel ther Wailers glts po and then theyll moon No taliit no use ter git peacocks hyah One sign the sexes split on The men hold It Is worse to drink whiskey on the waxing the womenon the wan Ing moon They agree however that a given and sufficient amount will make a man twice as drunk and twice wanaclans and prohibitionists That fool put em on ther barn orj ther dark of ther moon complained the old man when hesaw the shingles tobogganefin he laid ther rail fence Uiprpa s tore on the dark tootime I wiiz sick an couldnt Sit out an1 learn him some sense Thats why Its sunk ails wo deep In ther groun aready Itll go plum out er sight In titer earth in ar couple er yearsvCos twus thai mOon h Jr kt flThe Decision Itself Ldeof Appeals gives added distinction to the ease itself The facts are reviewed thelaw is applied but there is a ijne that does not live It is theHYotye of reason and power expounding the principles on which orderly society rests It is a declaration of the first essentials of orderly government It- isa proclamation of the supremacy of democratic institutions It does not concern Louisville alone it is the definition of laws applicable to the whole State It is uot for the day alone it is for all time It distinguishes Kentucky It shows lay to be su preme It stifle sthe discontent born of conspiraciesI found confidence in the capacity of the people rightly to govern It vindicates the Contention of those men who held that the law suffices to rectify any abuse due to violence or fraud It is the handbook of good government lading this opinion word byword line by line one realizes that in form and substance it is worthy of a great occasion and it is to be classed with those opinions which have given the Bench its place in the confidence of the American people Today we may all be glad that we are citizens of a State that protects its citizens in all their ciVic rights Death of Father Hill Lebanon Enterprise Rev Father JesuitrOrder died at the University of St Louis at which institution fora num ofDoctorthe nfirmities of age having reached his i 4th year F they Hill was born near this city at the old Hill homestead on the St Rose pike and was one of a family of infanIcyand ne other besides Father Hill took religious vows a daughter who enter ed the Dominican Order and was one of the ounders of St Catherines Academy Only one of the original fourteen whonresideseL uisville A very large number of niec s and nephews live in this county Father Hills grandparents were among the early settlers of Marion coup y and endured the hardships of gist er days His parents died in 1833 his mother being a victim of the cholera scou ge of the year Father Hill was thisecoun y tHe v as a man of deep learning and was the author of seyeral theological and hilosophical works many of which have been translated and adopted by colle res and universities throughout the worl He was a close friend of Arch digddeathjs a distinct loss to the Jesuit Order and to the church of which he Was uch a faithful member he Railroad Commission Evening Post The three Railroad nominatednr had i o senous contest Mr MjsChord Dem crat frbm this district was the only candidate to enter the primary In th Western district there was a spirited contest ending in the nomina tion f Mr Ferguson Th result is not unexpected It will no dtiubt be confirmed at the polls The Kentucky Commission is active and in dustr ous but it is pursuing safe and careful methods There is we believe certai i to cornea better mutual under stand ng between the loads and the bshiPPY the entucky Commission Goddard the Nominee Harrodsburg Democrat The Demo cratic County Committee met Saturday and declared Mr Glave Goddard the nominee for the Legislature tyfr TI hisermoney and announced his withdrawal from the calledyfor June 1st is now annulled and Mr Goddardwill be voted for at the regu lar election in November He will have a clear field as it is said the Republi cans will not put out a candidate for the office A Hard Deb t to Pay I owe a debt of gratitude that can never be paid oil writes G S Clark of Westfield Iowa for my rescue from death by Dr Kings New Dis covery Both lungs were so seriously affected that death seemed imminent when I commenced taking New Discov ery The ominous dry hackingcough 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 r ilrr e a tB D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATEM goodbarn t15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre No 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price 60 pet acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory gooti dwelling and onehalf mile from school house and church Good tobacco land Price per acre 15Io 9G5 acres nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10108 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No 16196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stoc arn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Trice 30 No 18174 acres 10 miles from Springrteld one good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles from rlepotone mile from school and church 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 room dwelling two tobacco barns will hold 20 acres tobacco two stock barns cow house two tenant houses two good wells plenty of springs fine voung orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Pride 50 dwellingtwotimber plenty of grass tine orchard 30 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in t Springfield Ive got it at any No 21 = 90 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts4 miles from SpKngfield Price 1000 No 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn new 1 mile from Maud one half mile t from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water rice35 per acre t No 24166 acres 3 miles from Springfield on good pike one room dwelling in good repair 2 tobacco 1 stocK barn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot- tomt land fence in good repair Price 60 per acre No 25248 acres 2J 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 dwellingbarnholdssmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road 5 mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 30115k acres 3J miles from Springfield onigood pike room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar Mouse fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on goodoClke goodt 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 32x15 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 3260toNo 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner pike 6 miles from Bardstown 6 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 and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm 1n grass brick tenant house grainery2 story painted machine house 30 ft long one of the nicest homes in Nelson coun ty Price 60 per acre All limestone land No 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 itSome timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room dwelling bath room Lot 70 x 210 Stable coal house and cellar bugand hen house Water in house and ord Hot and cold water all over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 1 No 8180 acres six miles from Sprin field on good pike Farm in good grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn Well fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102J acres good four room Dwelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres of timber plenty of water both stock and domestic fence fine tobacco land 7 miles from Springfield close to school and church Price 30 per acre No 40Fifty acres four room dwelling well fenced and watered good land good grass barn and allout buildings fine well in yard 2750 I No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight milesrfrom Lebanon on good pike one bran new dwelling built this year good cellar and cistern Neyer failing spring in yard milk house at spring Good orchard Plenty vf small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and church Price 45 per acre easy payment 1 No 45164 acres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 well watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre No 46 97 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small house stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 477G acres 8 miles from Springfield 2 small dwellings one tenacre tobacco barn small stable some timber plenty of tobacco 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 6082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence fine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre j No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will hold twentyfiye acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School J miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 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 Grundyand Covington avenues dwellingtobacco besfarms J B D Lake Springfield t ia r r y L THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1907 r r fv J Married Under Difficulties Lebanon Enterprise That love will find a way was exemplified by the many obstacles overcome bytwo young people from Raywick who were united in marriage in this city kt an early hour Sunday morning Henrjr DravensVa Her pf the soil who k 21 years of age and who prior to Sunday morning was a widower ap plied to County Clerk Carter Saturday morning for a license to wed Miss Myrtle Whitfield who is just 17 and daughterof Mr Tom Whitfield On account of the young ladys age permis sion from her father was necessary be fore the license could be issued Thi Mr Cravens evidently knew for h brought with him a note purporting to be from Mr Whitfield the signature being attested by two witnesses Neither of these witnesses however accompanied Mr Cravens to the clerks office and that official not being suffi ciently familiar with Mr Whitfields handwriting to recognize the signature refused to grant the license until at least one of the witnesses made an affiI davit that he had seen the note signed The young man left saying that he would return later with a witness to swear that he saw Mr Whitfieldsign- the note He did return appearing at the home of Clerk Carter about a mile and a half west of town at three oclock Sunday evening The Herk pro tested against having to drive to the office at that hour and asked Mr i Cravens if he could not wait until later in the day for the license The would begroom insisted so earnestly upon having it at once that Mr Carter gave in came to Lebanon and issued ther document After taking the clerk back to his home Mr Cravens metthe young lady who with another friend was in a buggy waiting developments and the partY drove to the home of Judge John A Burton reaching there about four oclock After some time Mr Cravens sucJ ceeded in raising the judge who appeared at the door in his robedenuit aid asked whatwas wanted Wben told the judge asked to see the license It l was shown him and Mr Cravens was r then told to bring the young lady in The young man started and hesitated He started again and after walking several feet again hesitated Finally he turned and went back to the judge saying something to him that one standing nearby could not understand I amirimy evening clothes nowj was the judges replyIhut as this is to be a morning wedding Ill make a change while you are bringing the young lady in the house is The wedding took place at four oclock and immediately afterwards the young people jumped into their buggy to driye home and tottheir parents and friends that they had been married Armies of Rats Lebanon Enterprise In almost every section of the county complaint is being made of the great armies of rats that ate now infesting barns tother out buildings In many instances serious damage is being done Not only are they killine young chickens and turkeys but are eating corn and grain aid are doing other destructive work It is not known why they are so much more numerous this spring than eyer before A few days ago Mr Joe Jarboe who resides on the St Marys pike a few miles from this city got into a inest of rats which on account of the size of the little animals and the large rwmber of ahem badly frightened him They were discovered while tearing down an old barn to make way for a new one Mr Jarboe for several days noticed that only a few rats had been seen about the old building and had commented upon the fact However in an old tank which held about four barrels of water end was used in connection with the operation of a gasoline nginei the scarcity of the rats was explained There were just 152 of the little animals in the tank filling it almost coin pletely He called loudly tor and with the assistance of severalothers succeeded in killing them Some of them were of tremendous size Mr Jarboe thinks that his new barn should at least for a while be free of the destructive creatures He Fought at Gettysburg David Parker of Fayette N Ywho osta foot at Gettysburg writes uElec tric Bitters have done me more good than any medicine I ever took For several years I had stomach trouble- dan paid out mucn money tor medicine to little purpose until I began taking Electric Bitters I would not take 500 for what they have done for meGrand tonic for the aged and for female weak nesses Great alterative and bodybuilder sure cure for lame back and weak kidneys Guaranteed by Haydon Robertsondruggists 50c ThirteenYear Sentence Harrodsbu rg Ky May 24 The jury in the case of the Commonwealth h against Abe Lake charged with committing an assault upon his sisterin law Mrs Steve Chambers returned a verdict finding the defendant guilty and fixing his punishment at confinem nt in the penitentiary for thirteen years This was the second trial of the case the former one February last r jsultr ing in a hung jury The offens was committed in this county about one year ago A short time afterward Mrs Chambers committed suicide Questions Answered Harrodsburg HeraldIn the farmers madeathat some one enlighten us as to why a J calf would chew off and eat a horses tail and why a cow will drink paint JsSalteriver farmer dropped in Saturday and explained the first question by saying that in fighting flIeSa horses tail comes in contact with the sweat on the animals body and acquires a salty taste hence the calf considers it a rare delicacy That a cow drank paint was new to him but a fellow in Franklin Ind used a stamp to inform us that the cow drank the paint because she wanted to Eternal Youth Des Moines Ia May20iThe First Society of Eternal Youth is the name of an organization founded here which had for its object the prolonga Lion of life and which purposesto fine every memberwho becomes sick ThatE the association is in earnest is eyiIE al11readyspecialobject and business of this tuliatyouth and strength of all its members to build upand continue in the degree the mental vigor in dual member and eaChindiVi1 Ing from each tnd every r he liye the life of health thereby thatI tributing his share in banishing 11faceany a e so remains sick and is confined to his bed for a continuous period or three days or more shall bis fined in a sum not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars for the first offense For the second offense under this article any member shall be suspended from membership and for the third offense of any member in violation of this article expulsion from the society shall be the penalty All members upon joining must sign a pledge that he or she will continually assert that there nothing but custom and habit of thought that causes people to be sick grow old or dietSome Grapes Harrodsburg Herald Here are some facts about wonderfully prolific grapevine BStof unknown variety In the rear of Rr Clarence Vanarsdalls residence a vine was set out nine years ago It has thrived and grown beyond all expectation The parent stem is now 15 to 18 inches in circumference from which four branches grow oneIl reaching out north one east one wejt the other south each being about 100c feet in lehgth and all producing shade and fruit in marvelous abundance The grapes are of a whitish color lucious and sweet For the last severs al years from 300 to 400 pounds of grapes have been gath red from thIst one vine A careful estimate of thee number of branches now on this vinefJ and its numerous ramifications made by Mr Vanarsdall and the writer this a week r laces the figures at about 5000 This curiosity has been visited by rep resentatives of grape nurseries of California and other states and from Hillenmeyers and a magazine writer and authority on horticulture none of whom have ever seen anything like it and the last named will soda get a photograph to accompany the article intended for his magazine Engagement Announced Kentucky Standard The engage ment of Miss Edith Rogers Frayser of Louisville and Mr H Barber Baldwin of Bardstown is announced Miss Frayser was formerly a teacher in the Bardstown Institute and is an accomplished young lady Ir Baldwin is a son of Mr AB Baldwin a prominent citizen of this place The wedding will take place in Louisville Wednesday June 5 After the marriage the young couple will enjoy a short tour returning to Bardstown where they will make their home Child Falls Unnurt From Fast Train A tLreeyearrold child named Mar guerlte Pict fell out of a train as It was running at full speed between Dax and St Sever In France the other day Her mother rushed to the alarm bell but coup not even got the train to stop untlllt had reached a station ten miles farther on When the distracted mother returned to the scene or the accident sUfc found that her little daughter land not been Injured in deed the child was gathering grasses and laughingly held up a large bundle of the grasses for the mothers admlra ttonAsthe re CUing party returned Subserve for The Sun 100 learI Kentucky Fair Dates Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 173days Henderson July 235 days 243 days Lanfsterlffuly y 305 days 3 days Q4 days Lexington Aug 126 days Fern Creek Aug134 days Burkesville Aug 134 days Vancebuirg1 Aug 144 days Columbia Aug 20J4 days Lawrenceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 2a4 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelbyville Aug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Nicholasville Aug 278 days Springfield Aug 284 days Florence Aug 284 days Hardinsburg Sept 33 days Bardstdwn Sept 44 days Paris Sept 35 days Monticello Sept 104 days Hodgenville Sept 103 days Glasgow Sefrt l14 days Guthrie Sept 153 days Kentucky State Fair Louisville Sept 66days daysMayfield Bardwell Oct 152 days How to Make a Lamp Shade An empire limp shade may be mate Lomj if ono cannot be found iii the s says the New York Herald TLe fraiiic consists of an upper surd a lower fyc trltk connected by four sup The upper ring Is sixteen Inches twentyilength placed equally distant nroundI tLeiIngs Wind the wires of and top ring with narrow strips of cliiiia silk of a color Larmonixiiig with the general torte of your room or with jt article of furniture nearest which tLo Inmp is to stand Th oneIhalfbetween fire top and lower rlygs font nd onehalf yards lace of the pattern IIsoidwhich adorn the sides C it a lengthwise piece of silk three yards long and oneLalf Inch wider tliaU the distance from the top ring to the base of the innate The extra halt Inch Is to allow for the turning In of the edge at the top and for drawing around the lower wire Care euoiild be taken so the silk wilt not bag and that file sewing is done securely The JHCO Is seined at the lower edge first wIth out any fullness then gathered evenly and seed at the to rln A strip of the silk one and oiielialf inches wide In fringed oneLalf IncL dual gathered ex treinely full to fit the top ring This Is sewed with raw edges ou the outer side of the shade A narrow ooh braid covers all these edges and finishes die top A silk rufHe four inches dcop Is sewed to the lower wire and over this the lice rutfle a strip of gold braid hid Iiig the joining Exercise much care In sewing on the braid By holding the unattached end in the left h4ud and keeping the braid stretched quite tightly a smoother effect ciu be obtained The pictures should be severely em In style a visit to a second land store being helpful In getting old fasiLioued prints that can be easily with water colors Around each picture sew the braid turning the cornets neatly as with a frame effect Place the pictures evenly on the leaving tLj some space above as below uiid seW firmly through the picture lace and ilk When is securely clone with slurp point scissors cut away out too closely the and the lace directly behind the pictures overcast these edges and you doneEpilepsy Fits St Vitus Dance- Are nerve diseases and unless checked lead to destruction of bothmind and body The weak shattered nerves must have something to strengthen and build them back to health Pr Miles Restorative Nervine is a remarkable nerve tonic and stimulant It strengthens the nerves relieves the nervous strain and influences refreshing bodybuilding sleep andI rest Persistent use seldom fails to relieve these afflictions Z was taken with epileptic fits had eleven In less than 12 hours My father sent for our family physician but ho Gould do very little for lne ana I grew worse every day and at lost they had three doctors with me and I still got worse My father heard ot Dr Miles medicines and bought a bottle of Nervlne and a box of Nerve and Liver Pills I had taken only a few doses until I began to feel better I took 12 bottles and It cured me sound and well It has been worth all the world to me I recommend It wherever I go You may use this as a lifelong testimonial to the merits of your for I am enjoying the best of health and feel that my life and health is due to this wonderful medicine LEVY WILLIAMS- R F D No2 Boston Go yourdrugglatfirst bottle will benefit If It falls he will refund your money Miles Medical Co Elkhart Ind ABLAlf ON BROADWAY Actress With Flaming Hair Stirs New Yorks Main Street TRIES A NEW TREATMENT Benzine on Her Flowing Locks don nects With a Lamp With Disastrous ResultsBut She Hangs on to Her Bull Pup A woman with her unconfined hair ablaze and tier shirt waist putfingI smoke broke Into the Sundny Broadway Now York city near For tieth street with the shrillest screams She had rushed out of the balrdressiug establishment at 124 West Fortieth street which has the once word Com pant on the window A group of actors switching slender canes stood near the curb In front of the Empire theater They ran to the corner and beheld the suffering woman who In spite of her predicament and polo was hanging Jo a leather strap at the end of which was a bull pup The hairdresser Brutus Coinpa Qi was following her waving his hands frantically above his head It vas not until the excitement had pret ty well lIed down that it was learned that his gesticulations were not the re sult of mere concern for the woman his own hands were badly burned In a moment the actors and others who arrived had lifted the womans skirt over her head slid had extlngnlsh leadingherdressing establishment the clanging of reIThe first firemen to arrive bolted in the hairdressers establishment saw woman rocking and swaying on a chair and went out again and motioned to the drivers to go back to their quarters The policemen who arrived demanded facts I am Miss Maud Rodney said the UeIantiseptic method I lljink he calls it I Lad my Lair down and was sitting against this glass Lore That lamp which you see there was burning as you see It ndtr- Suddenly my Lair blazed up OL It was an awful thing Some of the stuff AT TIE DOF TIm STRAP WAS A ITOLIi 1UIV went dowp iny buck Its badly burned Yes Fiu glad was able to keep It from my face Some one Lad promised the suffering woman to semi for a cub but It was slow lu arriving Meanwhile Compani was tryfhc to explain It was does way lie stammeruil Does lady was sitting Lere Imvo against the gloss My lady my lady assjataut sLe close Up last night She left decs light lamp you cullltburu Ing J did not know it In my antisep tic method I use something like Lon zinc It caught fire Then the lady s hair caught fire Pouff like tills In Paris there was a case like does I read It Ip the Paris paper It said that you must throw something over tLe ladys Head I did lt I burned my hand too see The Injuries to Mss Rodney were burns on tier forehead neck shoul ders back tutu Lauds Her hair was spoiled Compaui seemed anxious to Het M ins lloduey out of Ills place and nfcasiomilly said soraetliiiig about Kendlng her to a hospital If the cab didnt come Keep still flared up Miss Rodney Be gltd youre not arrested An ambulance from the New York hospital arrived first Miss Rodney de dared she wouldnt go to a hospital Dr TreadweU pleaded with her to go to the hospital and finally she in iiufrcdi will you lot Togs my dog go wIth Ul 0 VJLen Informed that she might bring 1thedog alongshe consented to go Born With Twentyfive Digits A soq with twelve toes and thirteen fingers has been born to Mr and Mrs Leon A Shocktey of Trenton N Jf There Jire seven fingers on one hand and six on the other and six toes on Bach foot pr I J farming Implements t Buggies z announcethat I outsb S I Wagons Cultivators It ysi I I Disc Harrows II IIIIn fact all kinds of farming implements and that they prepared line to save the trade money on anything in I WehaSyemoneyII T c Tatum Grundy hilly Hill Ky m IIIIttt The Fire it t IDestroyed my place of business but I ram running the same as before the fire YOU WILL FIND ME WITH LAWRENCE opposite the Jan Church 1 have a ni PresbyterIWatches Clocks Jewelry of Cut Glass Silverware etc = get prices All repair work guaranteed I f j James J Graves t eILakes Overtlowers1 No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to churchand school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acrea fNo 57 163acres 3 miles North of Mackville on Willisburg pike 6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75acres fine tobacco plenty pots well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre No 591S3 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn gpod stable an milk house fine chard 90 treefine tobacco land Close to school and church ee 30 per acre jNo 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield briCk dwelling 14 plentyotfruplenty of tobacco land Price 15000 No 61 125J ac es8 miles from Springfield20 acres of virgin soil 5 room dwelling new acre tobacco barn stable corncrll and t buggy hougei old stock barn goodfence 75 acres of tobacco land No 6215 acres 8 room dwelling tobacco barn good stock barn some timber all in grass well watered Close to school and church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre No 6310 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling on pike 12 acre tobacco barn plenty of timber 90 acres of grass plenty of fine tobacco land plenty of water One of the finest tobacco farms in Nelson county Price 50 per acre No 647121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville pike 5 room dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn old stock barn 2 corn cribs smok house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres of fine tobacco land 20 acres of timber plenty of locusts Plenty of Water Price 25 per acres No 65rrl70 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fenceb room dwelling new8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof gopd granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts J 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price S4250per acres r No 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 1 room dwelling5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim ber 50 acres of tobacco land Good fence All in grass Price I 20 per acre N667i200 acres 7 miles from Spiingfield on good pike 6 room dwelling hi good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre No 68180 ares 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land plenty of timber tobacco land Price 60 per acre N6i 69 150acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70 144J acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some timber Price 60 per acre No 7 1118 acres 5 milesfrom Springfield 6 room dwelling in Y good repairtenant nniisp acre tobacco barn stock barn corn- crib granary pond in barn lot some timber 75 acres of fine to bacco good fence Price 3500 per acre e D Estate AfctntL LAKES rin fi ld- K1HE JEIEj tBEST SINESSSGHOOl ON EARTH shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ivef a complete course in the latest and most uprtodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates dayGetor write direct to the school 1035 Fnurth Avenue Louisville Ky fit 4 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY lAY 29 1907j= Ad New Produce House I At Willisburg Ky L tv We have opened Produce House at Willisburg Ky J1 andwill usAUvREMEMBERI Mm H Jones Co Springfield Ky J I SPRINGFIELD SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLLA- In Advance J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher SpnngfieldICYlIDlIS as se matter TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION ore Year l 1100 OftreefIIn your address chan always give the postqfflce to which your pap ytfor Representative We are authorized to announce Mr W S Y Goodlet as a candidate for- Representatiye frqm Washingtqn coun ty subject to of the Demo cratic primary August = DEMOCRAJTIC TICKET t For SenatorJi C W Beckham HagerForTrim = ble nry M Bosworth gFor Ruby Laffoon For Secretary of State Hubert Vr lanat7 For Superintendent 6TPublic Schools WinfreyFor K Hend rick For JWFor Clerk of Court of AppealsJ R For Railroad C CommissionerCMcChord For State re THAT DECISION The decision Iot the Court Appeals removing the Mayor andother officials of Louisville front office is eeting with a proval by Democrats and Rep licans alike throughout Kentuc 4 Things were rotten anda cleansing was needed doubtIthe methods employed to e1 Barth and his jang were outrageous and disgraceful The men who held these offices were no more entitled to them than the President of the Repu b 1IC ppeNAY NAY Ifhou Shalt Not Gov Beckham will appoint the best set oft officers Louisville has had in a decade Then the cleaning op will be gin The byways htghwtwill be scraped and hedges will be pruned nto the cesspool disinfectants will be sprinkl and the glorious sunlight of ti Happy Day will find its way into the crooks and corners of the Metropolis of the proud Commonwealths To the penitentiary with the highwaymen lo the gallows with the mur derersWhen the new regime is gi 7 the authority of Government in Louisville peour may walk the streets without being in mortal tear of the crimson hand of the murderer Police protection will be given to the peoplenot to the thugs and hlgh uaystten And the methods of Kohn and ONealwill bggiven a quietus And the Sarah Murph swill b foRr and their n born babes hVerilythe wall and the letters flame in their boldness WTheAppeals is a good thing for Lou isville a go d thing for Kentucky anda goo thing for the Demo erotic and Republican parties 4 Judgne dent will efend Harry Thaw next September Its a great pity that J udge Parker is to be ragged intp this case Crop Conditions on May 11907 Thp Crop Reporting Board of the Bureau of Statistics of the Department of Agriculture from the reports of the correspondents and agents of the Bu reau finds the area under winter wheat remaining in cultivation on May 1st to eehave been about 28132000 acres is 112 per cent or about 3533 000 acres less than the area reported as sown last fall and 5 per cent o about 1468000 acres less than the area of winter wheat reported as hat vested fast year Theayerage dition of the growing winter wheat crop on May 1st was 829 as compared with 899 on April 1 1907 909 on May 1 1906 926 on May 1 1905 and 855 the mean of the May averages for the last ten years The average condition of winter rye ion May 1st was 88 as compared with 92 April 1 1907 929 on May 1 1906 of93b on May 1 1905 and 895 the mean of the May averages of the last ten years meadoFw on st was 836 1kYaverages of the last ten years The average conditions of spring pastures on May 1st was 796 against Mayac 1 mean Iay averages of the last ten years plowingportedas actually done up to May 1st as compared with 639 percent at the toApn Of spring planting 47 per cent is r1ported as having been completed on t May 1st as compared with 53 per cent on May 11906- DROPS TEN STORIES UNHURT FallingaSA fall down the elevator shaft from the tenth floor of the building at 14 YoreSatlence Not a fleas was brdken and the surgeons at the New York hospital ableoldto u ries I think I caught a cold during the fall said Dresher cheerfully asked if there was anything unuau the matter with him I didnt have any cough when I went to work this anVens I Friends And FriendsI The Commoner There are friends and friendsseveral kinds of them and the man in public life has a sample of each There is the personal friend the friend who loves you not because of beecause you are His affection does not wax or wane with the rise an fall of issues He is stea fa ecause heart is Knit to yours What would life be without such friends SecondThere is the business friend anfd to advantage to pe serve amicable relations Such friends are useful Then there is the political friend who is attached to you for political reasons and of these political friends ciassfembracinlt on some governmental policy and th other class including those who belong to the same party Issues furnish ties In fact ties that bind together those of like sympathies and like ideas are stronger than ties of blood These friends are a source of strength to th reformer they encourage him when the day eems dark and when clouds conceal the shining sun they bid hi hope when the coming of the dawn ca only be seen through the eye of faith Such friendsGod bless them =prove that man does bear the image of his Creator rThe organization friend is a Hume oils factor m the political world and must be counted in every conflict Many if not a majority of every part go with the orgnization support any platform that may be adopted and as no question about the candidates They shout for you when the tion is for yl u and oppose you whe the organize ion is you These friends must no be Org1n1zatiOn with fair went er weather friend may be and in business as well as ini politics he smiles upon you when he thinks that ta smile sviMbring him personal gain and he s the cold she lder to you it there se e to be more oney in doing that H can not claim the virtues of the organ zition friend because the friendship of the fair weather friend is mercenary or j at least selfish while the organization friend putp his loyalty to his above his personal views or partyI But there is another friend called friendwho lacking the courage to be an open enemy or because he thinks covert attack more effective uses the sacred name of friend to do you injury He professes to be solici ous about your welfare and is always worrying abput your mistakes In stead of advising you privately he uses the public prints to assure you that he loves you in spite of your and weaknesses he loves you so mu that he sometimes intimates that yo death or disappearance would be for tunate for and that the party and thecountry might bear the calamity for your sake He retails all the slanders that he can find and when he can sokme sayIitonguecan gather or invent and in so doing expresses his regret that such injustice or at least questionable charges should be made against dne to Whom he is so attached He is sirthat these charges publialsh ass IHeutterances and expresses his doubt e tP whether you really used the language attributed to you fromIaplace in the opposition press than it could secure if it came from an avowed Everymanhas such professed friends to encounter as soon as he has influence enough to make it worthwhile for anyone to betray him illuds id Joab said to AmasaArtthou in health my brother And Jpab took Amasa by the beard with the right hand to kiss theIThis experience has been repeated many times but the wounds inflicted by Joab have not always been fatal CARDWELL Brs m Sunday morning and night He gave a splendid talk for a boy preacher being oldeWe are having plenty ram at press some are setting tobacco most plants are too small to set yet PerkinsIwere businessJ Aewas called here by t illness and death of Mrs Whites mis returnm rnniece Miss Mattie Patterson of this place Miss Patterson expects to stay until July Sanders Co received wool at this 29ctsrHoliday bought at Lawrence burg one mare for 100 T 7 siYcotklit at ga150nPerk ins sold to I oa Jothn forh550 bought of James Darling 35 ews for 750 per head with lambs thrown in- jRA Willham bought of Squire 50JGraham tiro Thurmane ot 000 I 1OOOOIX lfhif Ice Cream Soft Drinks Crechrocurm formerly occupied by my saloon antl respectfully ask my frlEii to call upon me Cream will be furnished ll Bulk Cheaper than you can freeze it CM L PRICEOCJOpOOOOGOGOC Sw T TSYCAMORE VALLEY Wfe had quite a storm Saturday af ternoon Mrs B H Mcllvoy and daughter Miss Zelma Mrs John Armstrong and daughter Miss Pearl Mrs Tom Baker and daughter Miss Susie and Mrs J D Sutherland were in town Saturday J D Sutherland sold to Mike Fitz gerald one sow for 900 and a sheep at 4 cents per pound braN T Barnettot MackvHle bought a nice mare from Otis Harmon for 170 B P Prather sold a bunch of cattle to Litsey and Fitzgerald JM Shields sold a cow to Mike Fitzgerald at 3 cents per pound Born to the wile of Everitt Scruggs on the 19 a boy To the wife of Otis Harmon on the 23 a boy J D Sutherland spent from Saturday till Monday with his brother at Buffalo Ky He was accompanied home by his sisterinlaw Mrs W Sutherland EI The Messrs Keeling of near burg visited their sister Mrs Settles Sunday 1 visitingItseveral days this week Mrs Riley has been very ill since she came here meetingnsome uly by Rev DeForest WJlliam of a whea h g man but is quite smart edEverybody is cordially invited to at tend Several from the Valley attend court at Springfield Monday Oliver the little son of Mr and Mrs Lee Settles is ill at this writing the Misses Inman visited the Misses Montgomery Sunday kilo to Make n Denn Sandwich To make a bean sandwich press a cupful of bilked beans through a colander mix with a tablespoonful of horseradish or tomato catchup on teaspoonful each 6f parsley or celery tonca d between thin slices of graham bread Half a teaspoonful of onion Juice nil Improvement now to Mnke Nail Polish A ponder for polishing fhe nails may be made by mixing half an ounce each acwrFea drops of tincture of carmine A range Is made of half a dram of II powdered carmine n dram of fresh lard and twenty drops of oil of laven deriIlntv to Trent Strnllnwlnir of lln a child has swallowed un thln uhiirp like a piu or needle do not give if purgative but gt the child to eat freely of suet pudding or anything of that nature which wll imbed the ilsject and so pievent Injuring t childs Inside WatorwayWith more than 4000000 the United States gO v ernment can open up and connect not daml d having a sufficient depth to auccessf Iy entry steamboats of the Dlississip conedSeel far from the little city of Brownsville and near Its mouth with the MIsslsslp pi river at Donaldsonvllle La there b otIOhio river the Missouri river and all their tributaries Joining together fully 8000 mires Of streams and canals ID one vast system Quartz Glass From Crystal Dr Arthur L Day of the new geo physical laboratory Carnegie Instltutrj has discovered a method of mir nfacturlng In large quantities qua glass which Is obtained from melt pure rock crystal This glass hltlip has been worth Its weight In gold Death of Mrs McKinley Canton 0 May 26MrS William McKinley died iat 105 oclock this at ternoon The transition from life to death was so peaceful and gradual that it was with difficulty that the Vigilant physicians and attendants noted when dissolution came There was no struggle no pain Mrs McKinley neyer knew of the efforts Jnade for days to prolong her life nor of the solicitous hope against hope of her sister and other relatives and friends for her recovery At the McKinley home when death came there were present Secretary Cortelyou Mr and Mrs M1 C Barber Mrs Sarah Duncan Mrs Luther Justice and Mrs William R Day Portmann and Rixey and the DayjMrs McKinley lasted hours than we expected said Cortelyou Her vitality was wonderfulsaid Dr Portmann Mrs McKinleys last words were fore tonightMrsshould I linger Please God if it be thy will why defer it She would also sayHe is gone and life is dark to me now Other kindred expressions fell fromer lips Was Fined 50000 hoFt W Thomson of Savoyard Ky indicted by the Federal grand jury at Owensbororecently for reusing a pre pleaded ville last week and Judge Evans as sessed afirte of 500 against him Thomson paid the fine The defendant is prominent and well todo He presistently refused to dis cuss his trouble so the officers say andmade no sf Stgment as to the mo tive prompting nfm to use a canceled twocent stamp When called to thee bar and asked for his plea he said Well the inspector says I am guilty Tnat is not the question What have you to say for yourself said quicklyIa of guilty t First Principle of Life If YQU would have contentment religiousU TEXASne Miss Zoula Campbell of Chicago Ills the guest of her father Mr Wm Campbellpwas guest of Miss Minnie Funk near Lebanon last week inobheDirs D A Crosby has returned home from Louisville Rev R L Purdom has returned home from Jamestown Virginia John Arnold the four year old child of James Arnold is very low with Membraneous croup Mr Billy Russell had the misfortune last1ifellofover a fence killing itself instantly Mr Jno D Peterson bought of4 Geo Moore one horse price 100 We are glad to note that Mr G N Campbell is improving Mattie ers mother Mrs Clem Cocanougher Saturday and Sunday veryillTh children of Mr J B Mays have mumpsS the Ice Cv upper at Simmstown Saturday p THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 29 107SAN IMMENSE TRADE During the past month I have had an immense trade on all kinds of hats and I f unqIt necessary to order another ge shipment for next Saturday Come in ndf seethemon displaySaturday I CARRY A FULL LINE OF BABY GOODS HAVE IN STOCK A LARGE LINE OF CAPSi Miss Willie Knott Opposite First National Bank I + Dr J M Burton RESIDENT DEttTIigT Teeth Extracted With out Paiji CROWN WORKASPECIALTY All Dental Work 1Iclass Springfield Ky Office iu Hagon Block dp stain IrLocal ewsiotes l We still pay cash for eggs and chicks at Campbells t Fox SALEA splendid family horse Call ono write to REV GW LYON Springfield Ky Decoration Day services will be held at Rock Bridge next Thursday A large crowd is expected to attend furniture Come to Campbells forIOFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd announces office hours as follows from 8 to 9a m from 1 to 2P m He can from now on be found in his of fice during these hours The A S of E local at Texas has changed its meeting nighp from Friday to Saturday There will be a meeting at that place next Saturday night Camptbells 0 FQR SALEA 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 Wi sell cheap Direct me at Springfield Ky THOS J GRAVES If you want your dinner supplies in time send us your orders by 9 at Camp bells NOTICE The Electric Light and Water Company will prosecute persons who enter their ground without a ticket Employes have been instructed to report the names tf ilg parties guilty of such trespass and warrants for their arrest will be Sworn out 2QO pairs shoes and slippers from 25 cents up at Campbells r ANNOUNCEMENT in an other column in this issue pi The Sun will be found the announcement of ft r W S Y Goodlett for the Democ atic nomina tion for the Legislature subject to the action of the Democr tic primary August 3 Mr Goodlett made the race in a primary for this nomination two years ago He has alwa s worked for r and supported his party ribminees an respectfully asks that his claims be givenconsideration The teachers examination for this m mth is considered unusually difficult and in consequence a small per cent of certificates has been issued It is noticeable that the applicants of Wasjj ington county have done as well als applicants of the neighboring counties Manyapplicants believing in the old adage try again It have signified a determination to be on hand iri June Some people have the erroneous idea that since my undertaking establish ment was destroyed by fire that Pam out of business for the present This is not the case I sin located over Hagan Bros grocery and have a full lIme pi caskets and burial goods JNO Y MAYES New St Catharine a school of note for young ladies is certainly a handsome modern building in every respect Th commencement exercises will beheld in the commodious hall in June There will be three graduates On Friday last the St Catharine of Alexandria Literary Society gave the Sis ters arid friends the last of the series of entertainments the rendition pi Tenny sons in Memoriam Sister Angelica one of the most gifted of educators is to he congratulated upon the beautiful pen portrayals presented by her cass The program was brimful of interesting things from beginning to close MclNTIRE Jack frost seems to be a frequent visitor in this commiayty Mrs T E Ballard is on the sick list Aunt Teresia McClain a highly re- stected old lady is lying dangerously sick at her home near this place Mrs Coly Smock who went tb Louisville last week to undergo an opera for gallstone we are glad to report as doing well Mr R L Clements purchased of Mr Welsh of Fredericktpwn his hotel property Price paid 1500 Mr Thomas Blanford and wife spent llFrankher home in Lebanon after spending several weeks with friends and reki tives at this Place miBardstownMiss Lula Wheatley spent last week the kuest of her cousins Misses Hattiel and Bogie Nally near Early Times Mr Kent McIntire was in Louisville Sunday Miss Mary Rose Fields visited her uncle MrRobert Hill last week Miss Emma Ensor was the guest of Miss Disgie Hill lastsunday Mr John Adams and wife of Marion county spent a few days last week with their uncleHillary McIntJreIMr John A Hendren of Gasburg spent last week the guest of his sonin law Mr J C Ensor Uncle Frank Doling still remains on the sick list- Seyeral Y from here attendedcounty court Monday Miss Annie Edelen was in Louisville Sunday Mrs Jerry Pickley and daughter have returned to their home in Chicago after a few weeks visit to rela tives here PRATHERS CREEK Born to the wife of Frank Graves ab IH X Kimberlin bought a fouryear old mare in Boylecounty last week for 115 Mr Chas Coyle of Stewart was here last Thursday receiving wool W H Whitehouse of this place of 161Theasking what has1 become of the Long Run correspondent Mr Chas Brady of Springfield was here last week looking for mules friends and relatives of Mrs ITHe Kimberlin gave her a surprise dinner on the 22nd which was attended by a large crowd and very much appreciated by Mrs Kimberlin These dinners are quite frequently given by the people of this section and are always sources of much enjoyment They being together in happy reunions old friends and relatives thus causing lone to seethe beautiful in life Subscribe for The Sun 100 year I tttHtfttHtfIHaving bought of C W Hagan his stock of Groceries i etc I will continue the business at the same stand Will keep For tile Trade a fresh and UptoDate Stock 4i of Everything Good to Eat Country Produce It WantedleA SQUARE DEAL IS MY MOTTQ 1I Bring me your laundry I represent the Lebanon Laun Lta dry Ask for Fehrs Tonic and all kinds of soft drinks J- i Call for what you want Yours Very Truly i + WPLAWRENCE1 + + ++ + + ++ t OOO + n f Personal Notes I Q 0 LQVisitors Inand Out of Town Round Up of the Weeks Q Personal News Q QOO QO QQ OOQO =Missi Catherine Spalding of Leba non spent Wednesday with Miss Ber tha Haydori Mr and Mrs M H Jones were fin Bloomfield Friday Mrs Teresa Hagan and daughter Miss Margaret spent last week in Leb anon Miss Eddie Shader spent Sunday with l1Erislster Mrs George Greene of Louisville of iLebanonweek t Mrs Ralph Boldrick and children visited relatives in Lebanon this week Mr Archie Mayes and wife of Oakland Cal are visiting his parents here Mr Mayes has been away six years and his many friends are glad to see him Shelbyvillewasness Mr Dahoney of Lebanon spent Monday here Mr Harry Reed left Monday for Iowa where he will make his future home Mr Evan Rogers of Lebanon was here a fev days last week Miss Annie Edelen spent Sunday in Louisville Miss Ellen Wathen spent Tuesday- at Nazareth Miss Ellen Gregory has returned from Beaumont College at Harrods where she attended school Mr H M 0 Nan spent last week at Tatham Prof Worley Yan let and w feof Tennessee are guests of her parents Mr and Mrs S R Gray of near town Mr eorpJ Robertson and Miss Bertha H aydon spent Sunday in Lebanon =Mrs Ilobt Riley of near VillisF burg has een ill of rheumatism at the = home of her daughter Mrs Eyerett Scruggsi the Pleasant Grove vicinity Mrs Rileyis now better but is notable to return to her home Miss Eunice ONan who has been attending school in Tennessee is at home to spend vacation Mr Tom Edlen of Louisville is visiting his sisters here Mr Will Whartonspqnt Sunday in Louisville Mrs J W Lewis entertained at euchre in honorof Mrs Bob Crume Mr and Mrs John Mahon of Lebanon spent Saturday with her parents Mr and Mrs E S Mayes Sr Mrs Smith Barlow of Bardstown is visitlng her sister Mrs J S Clay brookr Miss Mary Kenna of Stanford is the guest of Miss Ethel Searcy Miss Ethel McClasky of Bloom held is visiting Miss Viola Brown 1evMr Richard Wathen of Bards town Junction is the guest of relatives here 1dMrs Mary Grigsby of Mooresv left Tuesday morniug for Kansas Ilej to look alter the settlement ot j jasaJo was killed in a railroadj wreck in that State Rev J W Carter and family ofJ Lexington are visiting at the home of Mrs Carters parents Mr and Mrs CarterIpave ill be engaged in a Yseries Mrs Fred Hagan spent Monday and Tuesday in Bardstown the guest of Mrs Ben Johnson Mrs J C Talbott and Mrs G F Carpenter spent Friday in Lebanon Mr Gilbert Carpenter was in Louisville a few days last week on business Miss Della Carpenter has gone to Indiana to visit relatives Mr R H McElroy who has been ill for some time of stomach trouble is at Tatham Springs this week His friends hope that he may Ue benefited r Women Exact Heavy Interest 10An English woman says that women make much better bankers than men That may be true Did you ever know a man to borrow money from his wife a and escape paying it back less than seven or eight times Washington Herald ffofrifr ffHfr ill + + a Ii+ I now have in stock an immense line of beautiful i and Stylish Hats which will be sold for tile next two iweeks at greatly reduced prices COME EARLY t WILLIAMSMILLINERY + iT Remember I am Over Peoples Bank + ttHtfftffifttt ttHffiHAi +au a utu 1 1 iLdu uh8uT 1 + + +Tr or or to PLEASANT GROVE Prof Stith Thompson spent Saturday and Sunday with his aunt Mrs Nat Thompson Mrs J S Yankey attended the picnic at Fredericksburg Wednesday- Mr N L Curry was here Thursday Misses Elenor Duncan and Isa Colvin visited Miss Sue Reed last week There will be a picnic at the Beech bridge June the six Every one is cordially invited to come Mr Leo Scally has returned to his home in Louisville after spending aI week with J 0 Polin Mr James Gregory spent Wednes HrrodsburgiSunday Miss Mary Dawson of Bloomfield is visiting Miss Sue Duncan Misses Nancy Tho npson Francis thisJeekAf large crowd attended church at Sunday nigh + + + r oJ Mrs J Y Mayes and Mrs Hugh Noe visited Mrs S C Van rsdale last week L Miss Sue Reed entertained Thursday eveningm a most delightful manner Mr and Mrs W A Thompson spent several days in Louisville last week Mr Wallace Duncan and his Aunt Miss Anna Maratta vtGre here one day lastweek Sampson Spalding Prof Leo God frey Simms and Knight Handy attend ed the party given by Miss Sue Reed Thursday evening Mr and Mrs James Duncan have returned to their home in Louisville after visiting relatives here There will be preaching at the Pleas ant Grove Church next Sunday Mrs Sam Evings has returned to her home in Boyle county after a three weeks visit to hr daughter Mrs L M Gregory Mr and Mrs Decator Dragoo spent Saturday and Sunday at Grunday or panage Subscribe for The sun 100 year n suit both Dresser or siring plain and tailored THE ARE AND and THE We every Come us Suit and wwwww Iflv tf1 Boys Killed While Ind May 26An acci causing the loss of three lives occurred on Cincinnati Hamilton and railroad bridge overGov ernor Blue river one below here today Frank St John Orville Babb and Joseph Farchfield aged sixteen and eighteen all of Indian were sitting on bridge down into the stream below when fast passenger No 37 bore on them three the river below The bodies were mangled Relatives arrived tonight and the bodies to their homes at Indianapolis The young men spendi THE SUN 1 1XJj k sr t fr i t 1 THE LARGEST STOCK OFIIIDIIIIII I Spring Clothing I Ever shown in Springfield Is now on ourcounters for your inspection I II The size of the stock is not all we boast of The 1 makes are the best Imarkets afford The are most desirable We have them to Swell and J those de something neatbut well STYLES SNAPPY ATTRACTIVE WILL APPEAL TO TASTES Of THE MAJORITY guarantee Suit to be a s represented to for your Spring get np fishing On Sunday Morristown dent the Dayton mile seventeen apolis the look ing train down 7 sweeping all into horribly took fiad gone H Ready the Eastern patterns the the satisfac R tion YOU CAN GET ANY PRICE SUIT HERE You have morelto se lest from than you can find elsewhere and you can get them for less money We will Appreciate a Chance to Show You these Goods i The Robertson r Claybrooke Company Inc L i t of ffo r Ji j I e THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY VUY 29 1907 4r jilit GrC aler ldfClLasf A minute before the gong struck there were 300 men Jammed around determinedButtoned tight and shoulders thrown back for the rush to which bycdm paripon that of a football team Is chUds play Every man In that crowd was a picked man picked for what was corning Each felt that aIt to forget nothing to keep his feetiand to stay as near the center of the crowd as pos sible depended Sfioor honor per hap his fortune or what was more to him his clients fortune Nearly every man of them was a college graduate who had Kwons spurs at athletics or a seasoned floor man whose training had been even more severe than that of the college camp usYWhen It was known before the opening of the exchange that there are t to be things dolng lna certain 1stock it is tfie rule to send only the picked floor men into the crowd There may be a fortune to make or to lose Ina minute or a sliver of a min ute For instance theman who that morning was able to snatch the first 5000 shares sold at 140 could have resold them a few minutes afterward at 152 and secured feOjOjQQprpfit the non wfio was s into1 the crowd- l by his client to sell 5000 shares at the opening and who got but 140 when the price would be 152 by the time he reported to his customer was a man to be pitied Again the trader who the night before had decided that sugar had gone up too fast and who had sbortedlthat is sold what he did not have the Intention of re purchasing at a lower price than he sold it for 5000 shares at 140 and who finding himself In that surging mob with sugar selling at 152 could only get out by taking a loss of 60 laO of by taking another chance of later pitying 162 such a trader was also to be pitied No one who scanned the crowd that morning would have Relieved that the calm set face on erect Indian figure occupying the very center of I Mad onlY1wa1tlng each other was the hysterical man who the night before was wildly pray ing for this moment Nearly every man In that crowd wascalm but Bob Brbwnley was the calmest of them all the exchange code that at any cost of heart or nervetear a man must retain good form Until the gong strikes Then that he must be as near the un caged tiger as human mind and body can be made Only I realized what volcano raged inside my chums bosom If any other min of the crowd had known Bobs chances of success would have been on par with a Canadian canoeist shortcutting Niagara for But falo Ninetenths of the stock ex change game is not letting your left brain lobe know what race your right is in until the winning numbers and the alsorans are on the board If one of those 300 chain llghtning thinkers or any of their 10000 alert associates knew in advance the intentions of a lellow broker the word would sweep through that crowd with the sureness of uncorked ether and the other 299 i at gong strike wpuldibe at each oth ers throats for his vitals and before JM know tko am wpuJd t have his bones picked to a vulture finish cleanness Suddenly as I watched the scene there rang through the great hall the first sharp stroke pf the gong There were no echoes heard that morning The metallic voice was yet shaping Its command to at em you fiends when from 300 throats burst the wild sound of the stock exchange yell No other sound In any of the open or hidden places ofall nature duplicates the yell of a great stock exc ange at an exciting opening It not ojnly fins and refills space for the volume Is terrific but it has an individuality all its own coming jrom the incisive takemine 1ve6ot yours frctl11 the aggressive almost arrogant ou cant youwont haveyourway a confident by heavenIwilltndiv dual notes that en ter into the whole as they blend with the shrill scream of triumlih and the dieaway note of disappointment when magDlfilcenUy40 for any part of 10000 Sugar It was this daring bid that struck terror altreDzyrang out 45 for any part of 25000 and a thirdtnte60 for anypartT 50006 VT iThe great crowd was surging allover the room Hats were smashed coats were being stripped from their owners backs as though made of paper and now and then a particular frantic buyer or seller would be Ily to the floor by the impetus of who sought to fill his bid or grab his offer Through all the wild whirl straight and erect and commanding was the form of Bob his face cold arid expressionless ai an iceberg In fiye minutes the1Uman mass had worked back to the Sugar pole and there was the inevitable lull while its members verified I could see by the few entries Bob was making on his pad that he had been compelled to buy but littlerThis meant that his campaign was working smoothly that he was driving the mar ket up by merely bidding and that he For TwentyMinutes e Was a man Its and had the greater part or my 50000 yet- unboughtwhlcq In turn meant he could continue to push up the price or In the event of his opponents at tempting to run It down he would be under the market with big supporting ordersSuddenly the lull was broken Bobs voice rang outagaln153 for any part of 10000 Sugar Again the gam blers closed in and for another five minutes the opening scene was dupli cated with only a shade less fierce ness After ten minutes mad trading a mighty burst of sound told that Sugar was 160 bid Then Bob worked his way out of the crowd and passing by me fairly hissed By heaven Jim Ive got them cinched- I west back to the office In a few minutes Bob without a word strode through my office and Into the little room occupied by Beulah Stands He closed the door behind him a thing that he had never done before It was only a minute till he opened it and called to me 14 his eyes was a strange look a look that came from the blend ing of two mighty passions one joy the other I could not make out unless itwas that soli one which suppressed lore emerging from terrible uncer 1 tainty generates in deep natures and which usually finds vent In tears Beulah Sands was a study Her heartcwas evidently swaying and tugging with the news Bob had brought her She must have seen the nearness of I release from the torture that had beenIfilling her soul during the past months andyet such was the remarkable selfcontrol of the woman such I her noble courage that she refused to show any outward sign of her teellngsI She was the reserved I had ever seen her Jim Miss Sands and I thought it best that we should have a little match up at this stage pf our deal Bob be gaDfIt want to know If you both agree with me on adhering to the original plans to close out at 175 I never feltJ surer of my ground than in this deal The stock is 163 on the tape rightI now He glanced at the white paper ribbon whose every foot on certain days spells heaven or hell to countless mortals as it rolled out of the ticker In the corner of the office Yes there she goes agaln3 441i and 1200 ata half There Is a tremendous deImand from all quarters Washingtons buying is unlimited the commission houses are tumbling over one another to get aboard and the shorts are scared to a paralyzed muteness They dont know whether to jump In and cover 01 to stand their present hands but they have no pluck to fight the rise that is certain The news bureaus have Just published the story that I am buying for Randolph Randolph and they for the insiders that the new tariff Is as good as passed and that at the directors meeting tomorrow the Sugar dividend will be increased and that it is agreed on all sides she wont stop going until she crosses 200 Ive been obliged to take on only 18000 of your 50000 and at present prices there 4s over two hundred thousand profit In them think I could go back there and In 30 minutes have it to J80 Then If rested on ituntil about one oclock and threw myself at it for real fire works up to the close I could undercover of them let slip about half our purchases and tomorrow open her witha whirl and let go the balance Lf Im In luck Ill average 1SO1S5 for the whole bunch but Ill be satisfied if I get an average of 175 which would allow me to sell it on a dropping scale to 160 I agreed that his campaign was per fect and Beulah Sands said in her usual qutet way It Is entirely In your hands Mr Brownley see how any advice from us can help Bob went back to the exchange and I Into my office Bob had been right again In ten minutes the tape began to scream Sugar With enormous transactions It ran up in 15 minutes to 188 In three more it dropped to island then steadily mounted to 185 dulled up and was healthy steady Presently Bob was back and we sat down again Ive bought 20000 more for you Jim on that bulge Ive 38000 n all of the last 50000 which leaves me 12000 reserve The average is way under 75 and there must be 400000 for you in it now and a strong 1400 000 In Miss Sands 20000 and 1800 000 in our 30000 They say Its badj business to count chickens In the but ours are tapping so hard to get Out I cant help doing It this once Im going to keep away from the floor for an hour or so then I will go over and wind It up andgood Gall Beulah Miss Sandsare you The girls race was ashelgrafand she seemed to be I rushed for some water while lab seized both her hands but in en in stant the blood came tQ her c eeks with a rush and she said I was dizzy for a moment It must have bee i the thought of taking 1800000 ba ik to father that Upset me With that amount father could make good all the trust funds and have back enough for his own fortune to make us seem after whatwe have been going through richer than we were before Pardon me Mr Randolph wont you when I sayGod bless you and everyone whom you hold dear God bless you What could I or my father have dono but fort you and Mr Brownley She turned her big eyes full upon Bob fl led with a light such as can come cnly to a womans eyes only to a worn in before whom as she stands on the brink of hell suddenly looms her ho ven Shar and shrill rang Bobs exchange telephone The ring seemed shriller it certainly was longer than usual Bob jumped for the receiver CHAPTER III He Istened a moment then an swered Stand on It at 80 for 12000 shares I will be there in a second He dropped the receiver Jim we have stuck a snag Arthur Perkins whom I left on guard at the pole says Barry Conant has jumped In and sup plied all the bldsfre has it down to 81 and is offering it in 5000 blocks anTis aggressive I must get there quick and he shot out of the office I sprang for Bobs telephone Per kins quick What are they doing Perkins I asked a moment later Conant hks almost filled me up He have a hogshead of It on rteemsto answered Buy 60000 shares 5000 each point down and anything unfilled give to Bob when he gets there He is on the way 1 shut off arid turned to Miss Sands This is no time to stand on ceremony Miss Sands Barry Conant Is Camemeyera kind Standard Oils head broker His being on the floor means mischief He never goes Into a big whirl personally unless they are out for blood Bob tai exhausted his buying power and though I tell you frank ly War I never speculate dont believe In speculation and am In this deal only for Boband for youl swear I dont intend to let them wipe the floor with him without at least making them swallow some of the dust ffiykick Please dontobject to my helping Miss Sands Ordinarily I wduld defer to your wishes but I love Bob Brownley only second to my wife and have money enough to warrant a plunge In stock If they should turn Bob over in this deal hewell theyre not going to If I can prevent It and started for the exchange ort tile rum When I got there the scene beg gared description That of the morn ing was tame in comparison A bull market however terrific always is tame beside a bear crash In the few moments It took me to get to the floor the battle had started The greater part of tho exchange membership was In a dense mob wedged against the rail behind the Sugar pole I could no have got within yards of the center that crowd of men fast becoming panicstricken If the fate of nations had depended on my errand I had witnessed such a scene before It rep resented a certain phase Of stock exchange gambling procedure where one man apparently has every other man on the floor against him I understood Bob against them anhe trying to stay the onrushing current of drop ping prices they bent on keeping the sluice gates open He was backed up against the ran not the Bob of the morning not a vestige of that cold IIMh IMr Brownley Look Bright Side of This Calamity bramnerveandbodylnhand gambler remained His hat was gone his col mar torn and hanging over his shoulder His coat and waistcoat were ripped open showing the full length of his white shirt front and his eyes were fairly mad Bob was no longer a human being but a monarch of the forest at bay with the hunter In front of him and closingin upon him In a great half circle the pack of harriers all gnashing their teeth baring their fangs and howling for blood The hunter directly facing Bob was Barry Conantvery slight very short a mar vellously compact handsome minia ture man with a fascinating face dark oTive in tint lighted by a pair of sparkling black eyes and framed In jet black hair a black mustache was parted over white teeth which when he was stalking hIs game looked like those of a wolf An interesting man at all times was this Barry Conant and he had been on more and fiercer battlefields than any other halfscore member combined The scene was a rare one for a student of animalized men While every other man In the crowd was at a high tension of excitement Barry Conant was as calm as though standing in the center of a tenacre daisy field cutting off the helpless flow ers heads with every swing of his arm Switching stock gamblers Into eternity bad grown to be a pastime to Barry Conant Here was Bob thunder ing with terrific emphasis 78 for 5 000 77 for 5000 75 for 5000 74 for 5000 73 for 5000 72 for 5000 seemingly expecting through sheer power pf voice to crush his opponent nto silence But with the regularity of atriphammer Barry Conants right hand raised in unhurried gesture and his clear calm Sold met Bobs every retreating bid It was a battle royal a king on one side a Richelieu the other Though there was frantic buy Ing and selling all around these two generals the trading was gauged by the trend of their battle All knew that If Bob should be beaten down by concentrated modern finance devil a panic would ensue and Sugar would go none could say how low But if Bob should play him to a standstill by exhausting his selling power Sugar would quickly soar to even higher figures than before was known that Barry Conants usual order from his clients the System mas ters for such an occasion as the pres ent was Break the price at any cost On the other hand every one knew that Randolph Randolph were usually behind Bobs big operations this was evidently one of his biggest and every man there knew that Randolph r Randolph were seldom backed down by any force As Bob made lila bid 72 for tOOU and got it saw a quick flash or pain shoot across his face and realized that it probably meant he was nearing the end of my last order I sized it up that there was deviltry of more than usual significance behind this selling movement that Barry Conant must have unlimited orders to sell and smash My final order of 50000 brought our total up to 150000 shares a large amount for even Randolph Randolph to buy of a stock selling at nearly 200 a share I then and there decided that whatever happened I would go no further Just then Bobs wild eye caught mine and there was in It a piteous appeal such an appeal as one sees In the eye of the monads d doe when she gives up her attempt to tswim to shore and waits the coming of the pursuing hunters canoe I sadly signaled that I was through As Dab caught the sign he threw his head back and bellowed a deep hoarse 70 for 10000 I knew then that he already ought 40000 and that this was the last ditch stand Barry Conant must have caught the mean Ing too Instantly like a revolver re port came his Sold Then the com pact miniature mass of human springs and wires which had until now been held In perfect Control sud- denlY burst from its clamps and Barry Conant was the fiend his Wall street tLI WmA7 ff A Please on the on this It had reputation pictured him His five feet five Inches seemed to loom to the height of a giant His arms with their fatepointing fingers rose an fell with bewildering rapidity as piercing voice rang out5000 at 6 68 65 10000 at 63 25000 at 60 Pandemonium reigned Every man In the crowd seemed to have the capital stock of the Sugar trust to sell and at any price A score seemed tobe bent on selling as low as possible stead of for as much as they could get These were the shorts who had punished the day before by Bobs u liftPoor Bob he was forgotten An Instant after he made his last effort h was the dead cock In the pit Frenzie- gamblers of the stock exchange have no more use for the dead cocks than have Mexicans for the real birds when they get the fatal gaff The day afte the contest or even that same night Delmonicos and the clubs these men would moan for poor Bob Barry Con ants moan would be the loudest thema11andwhatlsmore1t well be sincere But on battle day awa to the dump with the fallen bird th bird that could not win I saw a look of deep terrible agony spread over Bobs face and then In a flash he w the Bob Brownley who I always boas ed had the courage and the brain to do the right thing in all circumstances To the astonishment of every man n the crowd he let loose one wild yell cross between the warwhoop of a Indian and the bay of adeep lunge hound regaining a lost scent Then began to throw over Sugar stoc right and left In big and littl amounts He slaughtered the pric undercutting Barry Conants every fer and filling every bid For 20 mi utes he was a madman then he stopped Sugar was falling rapidly to the price It finallV reached 90 and the panic was in full swing but panics seemed now to have no Interest for Bob He pushed his way through the crowd and joining me said Ji forgive me I lave dragged you int an enormous loss have ruined Beulah Sands her father and myself I think at the last moment I did the only thing possible threw over the 150 000 shares and so cut off some of our loss Let us go to the office and se where we stand Ho was strangely unnaturally calm after that heartcrush ing nerve tearing day J tried to tell him how I admired his cool nerve an pluck in about facing and doing th only thing there was left to do to tell him that required more real couragee and levelheadedness than all the re of the days doings but he stopped me Jim dont talk to me My conceit is gone I have learned my lesson to day My plans were all right and sound but poor fool that I was I did not take into consideration the loaded dice of the master thieves I knew what they could do have seen them scores of times as you have at their slaughter seen them crush out the hearts of other men just as good as you or I seen them take them out and skin and quarterslice them unmindful of the agony of those who were dear to and dependent on their own ers but it never seemed to strike me home It was not my heart and somehow I looked at It as a part of tha game and let It go at that Today I know what it means to be put on the chopping block Of the System butch ers I know what It Is to see myheart and the heart of one loveaDd yours too Jim systematically d to those of the hundreds and thousands of victims who have gone before Jim we must be three millions losers and the men Who have our money have sa many many millions that they cant live long enough even to thumb them over Men who will use our money on the gambling table at the race tracks squander it on stage harlots or in turning their wives and daugh ters or their neighbors wives and daughters into worse than stage har lots Men Jim who are not fit meas ured by any standard of decency to JudgeBandslute the very air that such as Beulah Sands must breathe Ive learned my lesson today w I thought I knew the game of finance but Im suddenly awakened to a realization of the dense ignorance I wallowed In Jim but for snowhavefather with the money that the hellishMSystem stole from him Later I should have taken her to the altar and after who knows but that I should have had the happiest home and family in alt the world and lived as her people and mine have lived for generations hon est Godfearing lawabiding neigh borloving men and women and then died as men should die But now Jim I see a black awful picture No Im not morbid Im going to make heroic effort to put the picture out oC sight but Im afraid Jim Im afraid He stopped as sye pulled up on the sidewalk in front of Randolph Ran dolphs office Here it is on thebul letin See what did the trick Jim They held the Sugar meeting last night instead of waiting till and cut the dividend tomorrowJcreasing it The world until tomorrow Then they It then they will know it They will read It In the headlines of the papers a few suicides a few defaulters a few new convicts an unClalmedcorpse or two at the morgue a few innocent girls whose fathers fortunes have gone to swell Camemeyers and Stand II ard Oils already uncountable gold turned Into streetwalkers j a few newt palaces on Fifth avenue and a few new libraries given to communities that formerly took pride in building them from their honestly earned sav ings A report or two of rednd breaking diamond sales by Tiffany to that kings and czars of dollar royalty thee frontpage news stories of clawing mauling and halrpullfng wrangle among the stage harlots for the post session pf these diamonds bey were dnot quite sure that the dividend cut alone would do the trick and they Yigwarriors of the System so their hireling senate committee held a session last night and unanimously reported to put sugar on the free list The peo4 pIa will read that In the morning and toldnthat te committee another sesV zion tonight and unanimously reporki thanPtime these have loadedup with the stock that you and I and Beulah Sands sold and slaughtertdpapersBobst bitterness was terrible My heart was torn as I listened Her thattat her desk and when she looked upi her great esiPened In wonderment seqddisheveledestood as one who had seen an apparii tlon heifcontent for you may never again seer sthe fool of tools in all the world the tool who thought himself competent too acope with men of brains with meta gamedas yourk allewe InContinued Next Week Poultry Raising Pays yourmcuresoCholera Roup Gapes aud Limberneck 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- e it in the feed 3 or 4 times a week Turkeys require a smaller dose Price 50 cents Guaranteed by Haydon the Druggist PrayereMay the Lord help you make Buckrlens Arnica Salve known to all writes- st J G Jenkins of Chapel Hill N C It quickly topk the pain out of a felon for me and cured it in a wonderfully short time Best on earth for sores burns and wounqs25c at Haydon Robert son store i 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1907 y t 81 c A Piano Placed J j In Your Home On TriaL I 1YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket toget incIF enceswithius Being the largest piano dealers in the South and uymg them in carloadIlots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Players t twill convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity consists of the following worldfamous makes fj I t PIANOS PRICE 178 UP PLAYER PIANOS 5OO UP pIANO PLAYERS PRICE 250 HJ EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Kyi Kindly send me full particulars by return mail show you will place a piano in my home oiutrml Name Address MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO 628630 IIL Fourth Avenue Louisville Jii + jiirok I + i 111ID kfl5i s ttBy JOHN I GALLAGHER + 1 t t1 Copyright 1906 by John I Gallagher + JVt1 HEN a regular army man W who has seen service In Philippines pulls out theI watch disengages it its chainois skin cover and chu apropos to nothing in particular can get the tail end of this cklesI Joining In the laugh and quiring Who was it that finally ed the everlasting blessing of Private Beilly by stringing up the sable hued head hunter It was the day following the typhoon which swept the terribleI nn devastated the greater Luzon back In 1900 Wojvn down roads obliterated and the miles of army telegraph wires twisted into o thousand fantastic shapes Colonel Boyne had arisen early and 1theper low there wasnt a better na tured man in the army than the same Colonel Boyne and if he so far forgot himself as to swear Kt the orderly it was because of the irritation arising from the possession of an interesting piece of Information and no means ofItransmitting it In the roper channel cOlo1netsed that permission to pursue the ljur gent leader mist be clicked from a point 150 miles dls nt over wires which could not be replaced without weeks work when all these noose ends Are tied in a hard knot some idea may be obtained of the problem which confronted the exasperated officer Send for Rellly the colonel com manded as a last resort If anybody can reach VIgan with a whole skin Aloysius is the Jad By Sulu r wish I could make the rJdemyselC It goes against the grain to order a man out on eJh1ttNeer tteilly as I was born to good luck and not hsjivln seen any ot1t up to the present writlu I think it must be about due May nil the saints in tliei calendar attend you Rellly said tile colonel Take anything you ileled not forget ting the birds and make the start na soon as possible It was almost two hours after sunup when Rellly was at last ready to report to the colonel for final instructions What have we here exclaimed tbe gold man as he took In the vision of Private Rellly astride a rangy bay Everything but tbe dispatchcwnn swered Rell1yYo1 see I tun takln Dewey along with me to do double duty as mascot and Interpreter lie can babble every dialect In the island During this conversation the diminu tive Dewey sat bolt upright on his nn tine pony a wicker cage flistened to the saddlebow and three days rations- Jashcq In the rear With a few parting words tire colon- clJhamlOd Rcflly two yellow lspatclieR him to ride forwiftd with r Ff i 1 i l a At the picket line Rellly drew rein carefully concealed the dispatches un der his inside hatband and leaned down to Sergeant Miller for a parting word lllf the white carriers should comeback without a message he said just JUST SEND A WORD BACK YOliMNOIS send a word back to Illinois and tell the little girl that gave them to nie that she is tile only one WHO ever cared topIlys head the witticisms of halt the regiment The facjt that no hand but his was ever pert ittccJ to fondle or feed them was in itself su indent evi aIdence that Ilcllly was not impervious to the tender semi ents of life Not until noon Ii t tbe bearer of dispatches rein tipI lis willing mount Tethering the animal where It would at once be in read of both graris and water Rellly stretched himself at full length on the ground tend shut out the glare of the sun from his wearied eyes Great Scott hd exclaimed suddenly starting to his feet I sure forgot the nigger to say nothin of the birds and rationsIAs lie hesitated undecided as to lhe best course to pursue the dull patjtor of a ponys unshod hoofs reached ills cars A moment later the little brown man bounced into sight his right hand beating a tattoo on the animals loan ribs nUll his voice raised In shrill ex postulations over the ponys unsntlsfae tory progress A short breathing spell and they were again In the saddles Not till darkness set In did reach the foot Chills which marked the first forty miles of their Journey Dewey hobbled the horses Inu grassy ravine and turned his attention to the preparation of the evening meal As the provender consisted entirely of hard tack find bacon his re putatlon as an excellent cook was not put to the test Despite the hard days work Relllys appetite was missing While Dewey ravenously devoured the scorch ed bacon Kellly sat Idly tossing crumbs to the whltecarrler pigeons Rellly finally lay down to sleep leav ing Dewey to stand guard At 11 oclock the bearer of dispatches who- 1 lf 11 J Checkering onsf Decker Sons Haines Bros Schubert Armstrong f Marshall Wendell Foster Co c SohmerCecilian FarrandCecilian and 1 thTA piano y 4wThe CecilianAplayer latcaniat tached to any make piano In order to demonstrate to you that we havethe right Pianos at the right price w e will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not satisfied with it we will take it andIthe trial will not cost you a cert I INCORPORATED Ky they i had never closed Ills eyes for a the went arose to his feet and enacted a pantomime which was supposed to represent a tired trooper shaking oft sound slumber Taking thias the sign of his relief Dewey was soon sleeping hard enough and loud enough for two men When Rellly twisted him to his feet at the first suggestion of dawn he was chattering In broken English jibout head hunters and poisoned arrows and such like barbarities What about the head hunters pew ey said Reilly when they were once more on the way after a hasty assault on the hard tack and bacon Him much there Dewey pointing In a direction which would seem to Indicate that they were tray cling straight for the region of these plctnreRquesavnges No more eat native persisted Iew ey glad of an opportunity to exercise his American vocabulary Him now eat wily white heads And he cast a meaning glance at Reillys roseate top semblance of a trail wound In and out but steadily upward over rock strewn ground and through dense un dergrowth Suddenly Dewey pointed a brown fluger toward a slant tree that stood outlined against the sky Nes thing In tvio of its limbs was what ap pea ld to be a mammoth birds nest head hunter live much high he ex plained No can get Oh It wouldnt be any ting that said Rellly and snntchlngI Ills revolver from the bOlster a snapshot at the lofty report was followed by n ftlnt cry and a contorted body dropped to the ground dike a stone Hellly paused aghast at the outcome of iris rush act That ho said half aloud Is the poorest shot I ever made hi my life If I get out of this mess with a head on my shoulders It will be because I have more luck than At that instant a noose dropped noiselessly over his shoulders and he was unhorsed by a sudden tightening of the ropeThe first thought which came to Roll lysniind when he was set upon his feet after being securely bound Was one of wonder over whore tills myriad of little brown teen had all sprung roam Chattering like so many mon keys they pressed about him gcsticu lining wildly nod up doubt threatening tht most horrible forms of vengeance Ut zing over their bonds he caught sldjt of Dewey also a captive and their horses being driven off In the diHtHiice The little wicker cage haul boon broken open nd the frightened pigeons fluttered about high In the air As the natives dragged their cap tivH toward n distant clearing the birds followed In circling flight This fat evidently afforded the savages miKh pleasure for they broke Into a sort of droning chant It with skyward gestures uccompnUlnJI The advance guard before a collection which marked the center of the clear Ing The prisoners were tightly bound to a highly decorated post which had evidently servtHl in the same capacity on farmer occasions As soon as they had satisfied tl emsclves that there was no possibility if the victims escaping the whole cam tiny turned their atten tlon once more to the two carriers which were now skimming back and forth scarcely twenty feet above the ground At a sign from the chief they nil prostrated themselves asnlf In wor shl 1Whnt y up to now iMowlnd RelUv Why dont tI JiI 7 they chop heads and petit over with Dewey was trembling with excite ment Him go Ruhc explained Headhunter much frald of white bird Him spiritAt the direction of the chief huge wooden bowls heaped with rice were brought out and displayed invitingly but the birds did not respond to this enticement The natives drew back and were about to again prostrate themselves when their amazement the birds darted down swiftly and alighted with perfect confidence on the broad shoulders of the white prisoner Seizing upon this auspicious omen Dewey broke forth Into a ranting discourse addressed to the superstitious head hunters in their own dialect Beware devil begotten head hunt ers he howled You have dared to waylay a ftighty god See how the spirits come to him when you could not tempt them with much rice Release him before an earthquake s yal lows you up or a typhoon blows you Into the sea Act quickly The time is short 7Whether or not the presence of the pigeons together with Deweys harangue would mare alone been suffi- cIent to effect a release will never be known Scarcely had he ceased speak lug when a black clou blew across the hills and the distant tumble of thunder spurred the head bUn ers to action If this Is a god s vid the chief not entirely convinced h i taut Tclll and he can quake alixc Wit i the boomboom he has smitten my son Let the white god cstore him to lif and it is well Whats all the pow x w about Dewey asked Rellly arxiously lam not afaid to die bu I like to know when It is coming You no die you no die chattered DeweIe fix Me tell him you much god You quick loose Ride like blazes Dewey conic soon Deweyresumedcan kill he announced but not make alive Let him depart too am a great spirit I will say a word in your sons ear and he shall be restored With his own hands the aged chief unbound Reilly sand motioned him to where his horse was nervously paw DEWEY HE HIJOUTKD JOYFULWT lug the ground A second invitation was unnecessary Shouldering his way through thin crowd of excited natives turlietllIwas destined to be the last time he- shouldsee his faithful little mascot Not until dusk settled down that night did Rellly draw rein and slide from the buck of his winded mount lie hud little hope of Dewey overtaking hiinbut bunking on the mascots proverbial luck hoped to pick him up somewhere oil the return trip Dewey had been in many tight places before but had always succeeded In wriggling out of thlin Rellly had Just set about his preparations for the night when his car caught the sound of snapping twigs and soft footfalls As he turned the light of his campfirc fell upon a brown face peering at him through the un dergrowth Dewey ho shouted Joyfully but at that moment a native runner stepped out from the leafy screen and he dlSr covered his mistake The messenger had evidently travel ed long and hard and wins weak from exhaustion Sinking down onlite knees he bowed low before Rellly Much gal make alive lie walled Black man no can chiefs son no the kill blHCk devil white god come make both Hlive The truth of the situation flashed Into RoIIlyH mind The faltliful Dewey bad thrown himself into the breach hnrIlfnrousecure the life of his son lu such fragments of dialect as he could command Rellly made the messenger understand his displeasure He refusal absolutely to return Prepared for this possible exigency the nitissenger pleaded on behalf of the chief for source token from the white god yfhlch would offer protection from the earthquake and the typhoon With surprising alacrity Rellly prO duced the chamois skin cover of his watch Rod an Indelible pencil With the latter he made a few mysterious signs upon the former and handed it to the trembling messenger t rI T I 300001fS a Worth of Dry Go o dsttShoes EtcIexchanged forII CASHHVelike to exchange the whole lot for Cash We need the money you need the goods we will make the prices right and will suit you in every particular Bring us a little CASH and lets do some exchanging We Can Satisfy YouA- nd i doiyou can satisfy us In other words we can some mutual trading t tIFI I Grundy Mdntire 4 ttl tHt tl j tt4ttta 4 aII Take It you scum of the earth he said and God grant that the prescrip tion may be filled mighty sudden A month later a small band of head hunters fell Into the hands of a de tacliment of American scouts One of the natives bore himself with great dignity and on the supposition that he was a duet of some prominence was finally brought before Colonel Borne During the course of examination the chief In order to substantiate his claim of Immunity produced a very soiled place of charapls skin upon which certain words were still dls cernible This Is what Colonel Boyne made out of it The bearer murdered Dewey Hang him on sight and receive the blessing of Private Aloysius J Rellly Booming Hroadstreet Flows your Company getting on old innprospering- Nas4auProsperiug My boy the term is Inadequate Why were about to be Indicted in thirty statesJuilgeB- efore the Battle Mrs Gasser I was outspoken In my sentiments at the club this nfternoon Mr Gasser i ant believe It Who outspolco you my dear Puck Hon to Clean n Peri When Ink has thickened upon a pen to such an extent that It becomes thick and unpleasant to write with try wash lug It In strong soda It will cleanse It perfectly and make it as good as new 1 and Bardstown 1100 Bardstown 30u Bardstown Bardstown 35Ie TilE Both pore lyr Bryans Commoner CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville American Weekly Cincinnati Weekly Constitution SemiWeekly St Louis Republic SemiWeekly St Louis Globe Democrat New York World Home and Farm f American American Epitomist American Breeders Country Gentleman Farm Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside of Lippincotts MagazineiMagazine Ledger Harpers Harpers L Sunnv South 4150-t hI + Appendicitis Is in large mjasure to abuse of the bowels by drastic pur onlyDruivigoratorsGuaranteed f nest and jaundice at Haydon Robertson drug store 25c l THE DAILY Kentucky State Journal PublishedCapital of The State Contains besides the Associated Press dispatches of the news of the State andy world reports of the Court of AP peals the doings of the State administration all the local i SUBSCRIPTION PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Ky 4Kentu N Railroad Time Tablej 1 DailIncoming Arrives at Springfield 825 p m 1240 p m 705 p m 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daygray damp and still In a quaint oldImanor garden the yellow andI white chrysanthemums continued to hold up their heads bravely and a few belated stocks and violets tried to giv4 a cheerful aspect to that desolate thing a mixed bolder that in late au tu tun has not yet been set in order torrtheTsprlng Today the color in the scene was supplied by the cap of a small boy and thejred petticoats ot some little girlsI The occasion was scarcely one that called for gayety for the group of per sons assembled on the terrace consisting of a father anti his five children varylhg In ages from six to were gathered together for the purt of planting a rose tree ifrombloomed above the mothers faroff grave Mr Harcourt carefully carrying the rosy tree headed t a little procession from the conservatory 4a lower garf den inclosed by yew hedges and full now of leafless rose trees The children stn iafter their father Eleanor the eldest girl tried toleudlY the hand y child 1 SHK LOVED TOU THE BEST OP ALL OP OB a sturdy boy of six but he constantly broke away from her to prance in the exuberance of youthful spirits round his father In the fathers manner there certainly seemed to be more of the interest of the gardener than of the sentiment of the widower as he paused beside the plot of earth that hail been prepared for the rose tree He knelt down and with careful hands settled the little plant in Its hole and then keeping It upright sighed to Eleanor who held a trowel to put the earth over its roots When It was perceived that there was active dabbling In the earth connected with the ceremony Jofinnic the young est boy was immediately seized with an ardent desire to assist Let me help he cried twisting him self with a scowl out of the grasp of unil elder brother who tried to hold him Oh for shame Johnnie Be quiet Johnnie came in varying tones of remonstrance from the others except Eleanor who said gently Let him help He is the youngest Johnnie wants to help you papa Eleanor now said Of course he shth help roc the dear little fellow he exclaimed The planting of the rose tree was thus accomplished under the fiction that Johnnies help had been Indis pensable It Now remarked Mr Harcqurt rfs Ing and stepping oick to sucvcy the of feet Of his workit we dont have frost for a fewvdaya4jfc ought to dp very f well I hope It will for ttf my mind this old white Provence moss rose is one of the loveliest roses imaginable t It hasunfortunately beerfo permitted to tie out in most English garden his speech hurt Eleanor With the 1 Iconsequence of youth s cat once v lumped to the conclusion her fa safer thought more of the Intrinsic merits bf the rose tree than of its tender associations but the next moment he proved her wrong ult was your mothers favorttorose he added in a different tone He look ed around upon the group Children he said VI should like to taU to you a little about your mother She His eyes traveled over the faces of his five motherless children all turned half ex pectantly half shyly toward him Something pathetic in the sight awoke the widowers dqrniant grief His voice altered a little She was good 0 good he went on hurriedly I pray that you may ill be like heir He could say no more but turning aWRY disappeared behind the yew hedge that screened the garden from view l or a moment the five children left behind stood silent and owed then moved by a common desire to escape from this unwonted sense of discom fort all but Eleanor turped to rum away Eleanor putout her harlot and caught rpbSnle by the sleeve of his jacket and ed him lilt fJi 1 Dont go yet Johnnie she ftld per sunslvelyfI want to tnlLto you about mother The child subdued for the moment ylPldedTItoOh Johnnie she said and as she spoke the boy with his head on her shoulder Inhaled the delicate fragrance of the roses at her breasi and pinned to his own j icfeet mother loved you so She iovud you the best of all of us I want you when yoxi grow up to rememuerthat She used to hold you n her arms before sly went away to die and kiss you and cry Oh that baby may grow up to be a good Tell him he must always be good honorable brave and truet The girl spoke passionately excitedly and the wondering child beside her Infected b her listened to her half dndersPJ1tl1ngInll cll but the less powerfully impressed When his sisters broke down in a storm of tears he put his arm her neck cryingwhdle the scent of they penetrated yet more sjtrlkl gly his senses toI twill be good Nellie I will i s t s t Thirty years had passed n t- dee since white Profence rose Ira been planted in that yew sheltered manor garden The rose had done w an- dtor others from its stem stlu grew blossomed there But those who had witnessed theplanting of the tree had long since gone their ways In time or in eternity The older brother lived in the old manor house The younger had by dIv rs ways acquired fame in a sphere of his own He was called a great financier Money grew under his touch His name pn the board of directors of any new corn pany was an Instant signal for Investors small and great to venture their money boldly Though a very rich man and growing daily richer he had never married The interest of money making ubsori ed all his faculties r He was sitting in his private room in the city one day late In June This Finnish Elshtall company will work out very well for me he said to himself ButI wish Well it Is not my ault that there are so many fools in the world k 1 He rose and walked to the window and stood looking out acrpss the crowd ed street But it was evident that he was thinking of nothing that he saw there A tap at the door was followed the entrance of one of There Is a young lady hlslclerk3 see you sir said the man hesitatingly for he knew that he had failed In his duty when he had permit ted it to become a question whether any young lady should or should not see John Harcourt His nervousness was warranted The financier frowned angrily I never see young ladies or old ones either he returned severely You know that perfectly well- I know slrllie clerk answered deprecatingly But I begged so hard to be allowed to see you interrupted a soft girlish voice and both men started and turned to the door to see standing there a maiden of two and twenty or thereabouts Dont be angry with me site pleaded as her auditors rendered dumb by her audacity in appearing uninvited in the great mans sanctum stood staling at her I followed him up Dont send me away It is so important that I should see you and ask your advice She was young and Very pretty and there was something Irresistibly par thetic Jn her voice The financier was after all but a man Well he answered smiling though OTIlttle grimly since you have contrived to evade the guardians of my prl vacy you shall have the reward your courage deserves Come In The clerk retired much relieved John Harcourt handed the girl a seat and placed himself again before the writing table facing her She was slim graceful gray eyed and flaxen haired But he had seen pretty girls before and was prepared not to allow her beauty toaf feet his judgment beyond reason She was dressed in deep mourning relieved only by a bunch of white roses tucked carelessly Into the bosom of her gown It Is about the Finnish Fishtail shares that I want to ask you she began His race contracted slightly but he did not speak He merely Inclined his head to imitate that he was listening She wanted to know If he advised her to Invest her money In them She had come up from the country that morn- Ing expressly to ask his advice Slip went on to explain vein simply and clearly that since her fathers receu death a terrain sum of money had become her own It was practically all hers and her mothers fortune She hfid no trustees Shv was at liberty to db what she would with It and of course she and her mother were very anxious to get as large an Income from It as possible The Finnish Fishtail company offered so much higher Interest than dull things like consols and railwaysOnly she added t looking confiding ly at him sometimes when you put your money Into companies you lose itIlls f ac contracted again but again lie only added assent his eyes fixed on the white roses tucked Into her gown They stirred some vague memo ory within him while he listened to the story she went on to tell him of a friend of her mothers a widow with many children who had put her mon ey into the Banana Jelly company and had 10st lt all John Harcourt bid made money by the Banana Jelly company In a per fectly legal way He would make money also in a perfectly legal way by th Fi Wish Fishtail cprnpaiiy whether others lostor won I ii 4f rT And now the girlish voice went on the children are starving and sac Is trying to support them by taking Is needlework which she does not know how to do Is it not dreadful It is always a mistake for ladies who do not know how to watch the money market to Invest in new com panies Better Invest In consols It Is butsaferThe girl looked disappointed but she recognized the sincerity and of his tone Murmuring finaUtj about having her train to rose to go As shfe did so the roses in her goWn fell to the floori John Harcourt stooped to pick them ups and as he took them in his hand their fragrance penetrated to his senses and the vague memory that had half un lastIape him The present faded from his view The years rolled back and he stood once more a child in the yew hedged manor garden lie lived again through the scone of the planting of the rose treeHow had he fulfilled the hope of that prayer He stood so long holding the roesln his hand and looking down ht them with the look of one whose mind was far away that the girl wondered must go she said at last Thank you very much for your kindness in advising ine Her voice recalled him to the pres enf He l poked at her She was hold ing outJhor hand for the roses If y w really wish to thank me he said give me these For an instant she stiffened her young dignity wounded But when she glanced at him she realized that there was no thought at all of her behind telltply Where did you get them He asked 4he question as he crossed the room to open the door for her From a lovely old yew hedged gar ami0ireplied IThc exclamation was so sharp that the girl once more looked at him In hnpussleIAs she passed out be said lilt you know any one wlio has shares the Finnish Fishtail company tell Iin to sell at once He closed the door behind her and down again at the writing ta ble laid the roses before him From his mother garden It was years stare he had walked In that gar Jen in the time of roses His brothers life and his lay far apart It was but rarely that he could find time to run down for a days visit to the old home but now as he sat with his head in his hands and the scent of the roses float lag up to his nostrils he was there again It was from the roses on his sisters breast that the scent came bringing with It her voice Oh Jolinnle you must never do anything that mother in heaven would grieve over Would she grieve over the ruin of those widows and orphans whose folly was no fault of blsIThat gentle passed away but now as he looked back on his own early life and hers he saw how faithfully she had striven to fulfill a mothers part fo him He reImembered once someone That girl is herlmother over again Once 111050 his arms were round her nock and with the scent of the roses permeating his senses he was promls DESIIIED TniSCJKIlK TO HAVE IT POSTED ATONCL Ing that he would lle1r do anything that night grieve his mother In heaven Hej bowed his head upon the roses and long unaccustomed tears roscto Ills eyes Half an hour later he had written a letter which mode him liable for all the money which the Ignorant public had Invested in the Finnish Fishtail company He rang the bell line desired the clerk to have It postea at once John Ilarcourt knew Himself He knew that tomorrow he would probably regret his action and curse him self for a sentimental fool but tomor row It would be too late The deed would be done as far at least as the Finnish Fishtail company was con cerued He walked out qf als office financial ly a much poo er man than he had been for many y nrs Morally He in Imled the fragr ace of the roses and for that 1day at least murmured Thank God e t J BURIED IN THL MUD Three Philadelphia Barely Escape Awful Death SUCKED DOWN BY BLACK OOZE Like Quicksand Soft Kicky Soil Drawn Them Ito Its Dreadful Em brace Until Only Their Heads Are VisibleThen Comes Rescue Burled to their necks In mud in the basin of the old Falrhill reservoir Sixth anti Somerset streets Philadel phia three boys had a narrow escape from tlciitli Aft rIinlf an hour of suffering and fright they were rescued from their perilous position by policemen from the Fourth and York streets station IThe boys who figured In the unusual tune are William Shields ten ofllteeseStein ten years old southeast corner streetsIThe old Fairhill reservoir which for merly covered the area bounded by Lehlgh avenue and Somerset street and from Sixth to Elgh h street has long been a favorite playground for tine small boys in that vicinity Gradually the playground was diminished as the- rcscnolriwas torn down to make room Xortheast Manual Train the Carnegie library Only tliel Somerset street side at the reservoir Us now standing The thrpe boys started for their play gr und as soon as school was over emInumerous games until this sport became tiresome and In search of new adventures one of the trio suggested that they race down the embankment and across the basin to the farthest side The floor of the bnsln appeared smooth and firm and apparently offered an excellent track for running The boys lined up side by side Shields was chosen as starter and af tec he asked If all were ready he ONLY THEm HKA DS WERE VISIBLE started to count slowly One he counted and the boys leaned over to start two and their bodies bent over still farther and when he said three the lads started down the stetp grade at a terrific rate B it when they struck the bottom of the basin their feet began t6 stink In the mud and before they hnd gone live yards the soft muddy buttom acted like a quicksand and they gradually sank deeper and deeper in Its treacherous depths They were burled to their knees in a few minutes and despite their frenzied efforts to pull themselves out they were sucked down Inch by Inch deeper and deeper In the mire The harder they tried to free themselves from the cling lug mud the more thoy became engulfed They fought agiinst the horrible death which was st ring them in the face until they were exhausted by their accIdent occurred about the time the mills close for tie day and in a few minutes a hundred pull hands who beard the boys cries for help had climbed to the top of thb embankment Only the heads of the boys were visible above the blak mud 4 score ran for ropes and plunks while others tele phoned to tho police The patrol wngon of the Fourth and York streets station was soon racing to the scene and by the time It arrived plank had been procured by the mill vorkejs Grabbing the planks the po theIand k ices Policemen Messenger and Mocstsi moved out toward the boys and sl wly but surely pulled them from the ilea th trap The three boys were then placed In the pa rol wagon While It was going lows Ifovcnth street the wheels Upped Into a trench anti ono of the horses urns imbedded In the mud It took more t inn an hour tq free the animal Births Unavoidably Postponed Owing to the overcrowded condition of our columns a number of births and depths are unavoidably postponed this week Leesvllle Mo Light Jitr Buggiesjit t Harness For Sale 1 We have a nice line of Buggies and Harness For Sale and our prices will be found satisfactory These goods are bought direct from the factories jind you will save the wholesalesmans profit by buying from us tirefjyour buggy at a price i All kinds of Blacksmithing and Repair Work done at low p ices Satisfaction guaranteed fancy Horseshoeing a specialty I We pay no rents do our own work and therefore we can save you money M A Shirley Col Willisbur4 Ky CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO 1 POKATBO Long distance lines and telephones of j this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere in Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you in quick and satisfactory communication with the 4 J people of this great section of the country i We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed T JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WEBB President A Genl Manacer 8 oT Asst Geil Mgr Trefiasrri lion to 3IuUc a Skating Pond Stake out the pond and cut down the sides ti foot so that a uniform depth is obtained The soil can be thrown back upon the embankments at each side All weeds and bushes must be cut down below the level of the intended surface of water for these form dis agreeable obstructions when left to freeze in the ice says American Homes and Gardens Thick muck soil should now be carted from some nearby swamp and spread evenly over the sur face of the pond Ordinary marl which is so abundant in many local Itles makes an Ideal material for this purpose When first dug from the swamp It Is lumpy and hard and it will be necessary to pulverize It with n harrow after it Is spread on the bottom of the pout If carefully distributed around to a depth of two or three Inches the first rainstorm will dissolve it into the right consistency for use Then with a hoe and rake go over the pond and compact the marl surface so that when It dries It will form a tough almost water tight skin over the top soil Kveii when rain falls on this sur face it will not leak through it and disappear Water can be held in the hollow nearly all winter nndiigen nine skating pond Is thus obtainedat little cost How to Thread Bead Necklaces Woman are rethreading the old bead ccklnc s they have found hoarded in heir je elry rises and are separating each co ored head by a narrow one of sparkling crystal What to thread the necklace upon Is a mooted point says the Boston Traveler Do ribt be In veigled by those who tell you that waxed thread Is satisfactory for the purpose Into giving the story credit For beads that are in the least heavy it is most unsatisfactory and leads to a breakage after the necklace has been worn once or twice The best threading medium to choose Is a violin strlhg and If the E string be asked for It will be found line enough and str ns enough to suit aU purposes How to Keep Bureaus Neat The bureau drawer the bane of ev cry normal womans existence Is hard to manage Inspired by a violent attack of neatness on a certain night or dinarily ate she has come home from the theater or evening party she un dertakes the difficult task and with su perhuman efforts and energy neatly folds all her neckties in one pile belts In another and turnovers In another The next morning she arises a little later than advisable is not oversweet tempered makes a dash at her neat bureau drawer and in her frenzied search for her pet belt or ribbon all her work of the night before Is In a state of upheaval The proper plies have all become parts of one big blooming confusion The first suggestion as a cure for this unsystematic arrangement Is tQ have as few accessories as possible Get rid of all the old neckties that are seldom worn and are simply kept for old times sake Then secure a collection of boxes of various sizes each with a little lid that lifts on hinges and In one box may be kept all that Is needed of shoestrings in another hand kerchiefs In another ties anti so on When the owner gets used to this very inexpensive and thoroughly satisfac tory arr t gement she will look With horror upon the old days when her top bureau drawer was in a state of chaos For Young Mans Guidance The best rules to form a young man are to talk little to hear much to reflect alone upon what has passed In company to distrust ones own deIservt i Springfield Market Bacon Hamsil5c Sides IStfc r Beeswax23c per pound Butter 15c to 20c per pound ChickensHens 9o Spring iSo t Dried apples5c per round DucksTc per pound Corn Meal 75c to per bushe- lEggs1S per dozen Feathers 44c per pound FlourS220toS360 Ginseng 750 per pound rainWbeat corn roc Oats 40 Hides Green 7Hc to d1314 per pound Lime We to loo per barrel Mill products Bran 80 shipstnff liX per pounds Potatoes Country 75c Onions Salt 3145 and 185 per barrel Turkeys per pound Tallow 4c per pound Vinegar 2oc to 4oc per gallon j WoolBurry an greasy UKc clear ofi grease 20c tub washed S8c Country Sorghum 15cto60c Qeese35c a penc- eSUBSCAIAEAS t FREE COLUMN Under this head all persons who are subscribers to The Sun may insert free of charge lotherfarmLand for sale or for rent not included but in serted in another department of the paper at verv low rates W T Snider Rt 1 has for sale 15000 or 20000 feet of good lumber A R Shultz Jr has for sale a nice pony f James C McElroy wants to buy a few good grade cows with calves W S Gibbs Springfield wants to buy 100000 pounds of wool James Oder Booker Ky has for sale several oak logs some oak trees and ome cedar suitabletfor building purposesJW G for sale a good cow and ca IftPUSSY TAKES A TRAIN TRIP at Ei9htYfireMiles what the train crew considered an eventful trip Ilefttheat Portland recently pussy Was found in front of the flreidans seat In hetenglneWhen the train arrived at Brunswjick Engineer Coyne while oiling found jthe cat at perfect ease in a snug little place between the great driving wheels alongside the boiler and Just above Ithe airbrake cylinders At his approach the cat arose and leisurely walked around the locomotive All the way from Brunswick persons at the differ ent stations saw the cat on the tiont- ot the engine apparently unconcercd and unmindful of the stiff wind the flying cinders and the rattle and bang of the maculae as it passed over the eightyfive miles of road When the train arrived In Wa erv ll the cat was as Black as any other black cat It was given a bath and placed In charge of one oti the train crews an is now back with the old folkIEuropean Cooking SchoolsIGermany and Austria ablaut 150 cooking schools A four years course Is necessary before a diplama i11ethllve I