You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Springfield Sun.: n. Wednesday, June 19, 1907. Springfield Sun. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images J. Rogers Gore, Springfield, KY 1907 spr1907061901 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Springfield Sun.: n. Wednesday, June 19, 1907. Springfield Sun. J. Rogers Gore, Springfield, KY 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t L il f f t l r I I J r 4t I DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY J I VOLUME III I j SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 NUMIEI 2ft I DEATH CLAIMS Another of Washington Countys Best Citizensm v MrR H McElroy PassesAvyaer AtHis Home HerVTues 4 MdaiAChristian anda gentleman of high order passed to his reward Tuesday morning June 18th 1907 at 945r oclock when Mr R H Mcl lroy an swered the call of the death angel at his home in Springfield Mr McElrpy was born in Washington county March 25 1856 and had ObirthElroy who died at his home in Leba non last December The brothers and sisters surviving are Mrs IH Thur man of this places and Mrs H D Rodman of Shelbyville Mr R Y Me 1Elroy and Miss Rebecca McElroy of the latter two beings half brother and sister of the deceased Mr McElroy married a MissTate of Taylor county and to this union si children were born five of whom are living Mrs E S Mayes Jr and Misses Louise Fannie Hardin Annie and Mr Robt Tate Mmsl s Dorothy McElroy another daughter died December 26 1906 The deceased was loved and honored by all who knew him He was eyen tempered jovial and possessed all of those qualities which made him dear to friends and family It can be truly said that his death is sincerely mourned by the people of this county Mr McElroy had been ill for a Year but attimes he improved and his lam ily and friends hoped that he would recover However aoout two months 4 ago his condition became serious and the disease did not respond to treat ment He- gradually grew worse until the end His death was due to B rights disease Mr McElroy had spent his life upon a farm in Washington county and was among the successful and wealth farmers of this section of Kentucky A fewmonths ago he sold his fine farm near town and moved to this city In his death the county sustains a loss He was one of our best busi- nr men progressive and enterprising and did much dunng his life to advanc e fa ming and stock raising in Washing ton county Mr McElroy was a member of the Methodist church at this place and was a consistent Christian His dea- removesfrom th that congregation on- its e of most substantial members Funeralr services were conducted at the church this afternoon by the pastor Rev Lyon and the body was taken to Leb a non for interment The deceased was a loving husband a generous and kind father a loyal friend and an enterprising citizen May the sod rest lightly above him whose eyes are closed in eternal sleep The Sun together with his hundreds of friends extends sympathy to theI bereaved family To Mammoth Lave 1 Washington and Nelson countys ex- cursIOn to Mpmmoth Caye July 18th Through coach on regular morni train 725 the round trip from all stations on Bardstown branch This amount will pay the railroad fare also board at Caye Hotel and long route trip m the cave Boat ride and music on Echo river to conclude with a grand display of fireworks Tickets extended to ten days See L N ticket agent 4tand HatchettKeishtly One of the prettiest of the June weddings was solemnized Wednesday morning June 12th when Miss Ora Hatchett was united in marriage to Mr George T Keightly The ceremony took place at the pretty country home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs W B Hatchett pvRL Purdom was the officiating minister The haIl andparlor were decorated with palms ferns and in the parlor white was ingled with the green Miss Grace Hatchett sister of the bride was maid honor and Mr Will Keightly broth of the groom acted as best man and they immediately preceded them iss Hatch t entered with Mr She was gowned in champagne silk trimmed m lace with hat QfYwith hat to match The bride is an at tractive and accomplished young worn an The groom is a young man ofex cellentcharacter and a successful far mer On their return home they will go to housekeeping and be at home to their many friends in their pretty new cottage opt on the Willisburg pike LD BERRY HOTEL BURNS Fire Fighters Again Do Good Work I Springfield was visited by anqther fire Saturday night which for atime promised to be very disastriousr1 t About 8 oclock the old Berry Hotel on Wall Street was discovered to be on fire and an alarm was promptly given The building is a frame structure and the fire spread rapidly When the fire department arrived upon the scene the flames had gained cV1siderableh ead way and were leaping high over the roof However four streams Iof water a competent firechief and fear less nozzlemen soon had the fire under control The hotel adjoined a frame warehouse and was almost surrounded by frame buildings and had it not been for Springfields efficient water company and excellent fire company fire of considerable magnitude would Have been the result The origin of the fire is unknown it haying caught in a small room or closet in the upper story There was no insurance on the building and the loss falls heavily on Mr Matthew Truax aYgrocery in one of the rooms on the first floor but succeeded in saving all of the goods The hotel with the except ion of a few rooms which were used as bed rooms vas unoccupied willOrepair the builbing aMr McChord For Legislature lOs Friends Send Peti J ions to The Sun Ant nouncing HisI t Candidacyw The Sun received today lists of names from variou sections of the count Y announcing Hon WCMc Chord a candidate for the Legislature subject to the action of the Demo cratic party These lists were receive too late for publication this week and Vill be printed in our next issue RooseveltnLondon Ky June 17 Jackson cbunty Republicans in mass convention at McKee adopted resolutions condemning President Roosevelt for ap pointing Senator J C S Blackburn a member of the Panama Canal Commission The National Administration as a i hole was commended DELEGATE r CONVENTIONCALLED For August 26 By Demo cratic CommitteeT- O NOMINATE CANDIDATE FOR LEGISLATUREPRIMARY CALLED OFF At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee of Washington County held in Springfield May 27 last it was decided to hold a primary election August 3 to nominate a candidate for the Legislature After the committee had adjourned some of the leadihg Democrats of the county as well as a majority of the committee believed that a mistake had beenmade and they insisted that the committee be convened again to reconsider Consequently on last Saturdays the Committee met in Springfield andafter giving the matter mature consideration the primary was called offall but one member of the committee voting to rescind the recent work of the com mittee in regard to the primary The call for conventions adopted by the committee last Saturday is as follows At a meeting of the Democratic Executive Committee for Washington County neld pursuant to notice at Springfield Ky on the 15th day of June 1907 the following order was made and entered towit It is ordered by the Democratic Exe cutive Committee in and for Washing ton County that a Democratic Candidate for Representative be nominated in saidcounty as hereinafter provided and when so nominated said candidate shall be entitled to be voted for as the nominee of the Democratic Party for said office at the regular November election 1907 For the purpose of making said nom nation a delegate convention of the democrats of Washington county shall be held at the Court House in Springfield Ky at two oclock p m on the 26th day of August 1907 The delegates to said Convention shall be chosnB8e1011ows namely Mass of democrats shall be held at the usual voting places of Debate at Texas On Saturday night June 29 commenc ing promptly at 815 oclock a debate willbe held at Texas by the A S off E Local The subject for discussion will beIIAre the Farmers of America Capital ofj are Messrs Geo fllayes Chas Oder and Rogers A quake and feet of moving pictures at the Opera House next Fri day night The entertainment will be given under the auspices of the Aid Society of the hristian church Admision 25c children 15c J Rev C L Collins League of Kentucky and who is well known to the people of Washington county will preach at the Baptist church next Sun lay morning and at the church next Sunday night At the utter church Union services will be held Dont fail to hear Mr Collins at both services He isa strong speaker and will entertain you t in the various precincts of Washington county at two oclock p m standar time on Saturday the 24 day of Aug 1907 Said conventions shall be held the usual voting places in each pr cinct At said precinct convention delegat shall be chosen to attend and cast t vote of the respective precincts at said county convention for the purpose of making said nomination It shall be the duty of the precinct committeemen respectively call to order and presi shall be the duty of the Chairman County Executive Committee to said county convention to order and preside until a permanent chairman shall have been elected The basis of representation in sa precinct and county conventions sha be one vote for each fifty or a fraction over twentyfive cast for J C W Beckham Democratic Candidate f Governor at the regular Novemb election 1903 but each precinct shall be entitled to at least one vote in said county convention ROGERS GORE Chairman Democratic Executive Committee Washington County Ky R H MULLIGAN Secretary Democratic Executive Committee Washington County Ky The various precincts in the county are entitled to delegate votes as lows 0 Pottsville I 3 Springfield No 8 3 49 4 3KellyBrush GrpveV 2j Total Ji 36 LOCALlROUNDUP1 News From Town ana CountyBriefly ToldItems Interest For The Sun Readers AmericaThosbaffirming N- allY11Fleece fntertainmentII allect1rehundredsof Ladies MeredSuperintendent AntiSaloon Presbvteriarj convenIIIt 41Mooresllle 21Hendren I Republican County Convention Pursuant to a call of the Republic County Committee the Republicans WashingtorK county met in mass conI vention in Springfield last Saturday afternoon and named delegates to at tend the State Convention in Louisville today The delegates were usBi structedI following were chosen delegates IThe Lewis W F Neikirk W P W A Waters C R Fileater GrigSbYjV J M Brown J W Satterly Thr following alternates are also IC chosenVW Oder C M McC i G C C W Camden uUer B arof low C Mw Brengle W N Keeling J S Coylell M Coyle G W Spar row Wm A Lay C N Barnett Andy Devine T E Wilson t Meeting at Battle J Rev Wm H Williams is engaged in a meeting at Battle the meeting havj ing begun Monday night These serIvices will continue for two weeks and much interest is expected to be mam fested The Springfield Hotel Mr ThosJ OBryan proprietor of SpringfieldHotel invites his friends see him when in town The hotel has been refitted with nice ffurniture a is in every respect firstclass Wh you want a good meal a nice clean and the best of accommodations go the Springfield Hotel Breakfast be prepared for people who leave the morning train People who live cIn venrence The Lebanon Chautauqua The Lebanon Chautauqua will held this year July 18 to 27 and the program indicates that it will be successful from a standpoint of entertain ment Some of the best merican tal thedcantChautauquaa will frecounty and be beseto non upon occasion dhl TODEATH Little Daughter of Mr berrytd1TumeyMeets Hor eaertVerntcedaughter of Mr and Mrs Aube Tumey of j Mackville was burned to death last Friday afternoon The little one went up stairs to got to sleep It found some matches and lighted one from which the cloth was ignited Mrs Tumey was in the 1back yard attending to some young turkeys and was first attracked by the childs screams Before she could reach the house the little one had come down stairs its clothes in a mass of flames The mother tore the cloth from its body but not until it had b e en frightfully burned The unfortunate child lingered until 6 oclock when it died living three hours after it rbeen burned Funeral services were held at Christian church at Mackville Satur av by Rev Simms after which interim occurred in the Peter cemetery The Sun together with numer friends extends sy pathy to the reaved parents The loss is truly a great one v Mrs Tumey s hands were ptiinf burned in trying to extinguish the flames GoatleyFerguson An unusually pretty home wedding ofanVWei sonofAugusta Ga this morning at oclock The ceremony was performed by Rev Williams of the Springfield Baptist church After an elegant breakfast at the home of the bride the AugustaIdaughter Pal mer Goatley She is pretty and attractive and was one of the belles of the coun ofexjThe Sun extends congratulations the bride and groom and record- wish that they may sail the matrim ial seas under clear skies to the partin the ways when one of the two m anchor at the Port of Eternity Fire Destroys Negro Store Lebanon Enterprise The two one story buildings on Spalding avenue in the rear of the grocery of A Kelly Son were badly damaged by fire morning at eight oclock as we were going to press The stock of goods of N A Spalding Son in one of buildings was almost completely de troyed The other building until recently been occupied by a colored millin store Lut at the time of the fire t unoccupied Spalding Son Carr 200 insurance The buildings were Esteseand causedamtoych ty to the VfOKL r t r CLOSING IonOfSt Catherines Near Town Largely ifbeAttended Great Institution Doing a Great j Work Sisters Are Congratulatedot r om New St Catharine a handsome mod ern building situated on M Sienna a lue grass knoll is a monument to the of the good Sisters of St Cath rticuiartoappy voices of pupils of the present nd Past mingled in joyous unison It was commencement day and the hall was packed with visitors and pupils f rom far and near who listened with attentive interest to the rendition of a program brimful of good things Rich s rains of music by the orchestra was sDul inspiring Many of the numbers vere composed by Sisters who are excellent teachers and artists in that moryWeavesvisJones was filled with gems of thought beautiful pen portrayals delighted1e readingVscoria was well received Beauti fnl vocal selections were presented by P senior and junior pupils The P ysical Culture exercises were novel wereingio Misses Emenc Maratta and Helen Jones Second wereiconferred on Peake The Valedictory ulthr Oer a Sea of tears sailiCgwas a sw etpathetic literary production well rer dered by Emenc Maratta The ad washadbetheperentThe closing chorus was a benediction stolebecame eye of the lair maidens who will soon theoilyfife ds of the institution were into the studio where talent anigen us went hand and hand in the flue paintings in oil and china The display was magnificent Among the pupils j whI deserve especial mention were Durrett Bessie Neal Frances and Edna Peake Each one had carefulfgracefully unfolded by their art teach er who is a genius Thje fancy work wood carving and pyre raphy told the story of training unknownstaan pupils of St Catherine sthat well disciplined institution While openlair excursions are of daily occur ence yet conversation and nature stud improvethe mind when directed institutionMagdalenes fairaoatont warm greetings This institutionustat this convent home After the com mencement exercises seventyfive elegant women were ushered into the banquet hall tistically decorated with beautifulcut flowers and snowy damask were a- treat to the eye while purple and gold the colors carried out the color scheme While partaking of the de Hamlltonpstoast istress It was certainly pleas fpJimerexemplifiedseyed After tne banquet a business meetin was held and officers werev NasheryTighefedSecretary The toastmistress for next year will be Mrs Motch Durrett Hy att This alumnae Was one of the most jgthe J i t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 t r DrW Fl Trusty Practical tpentstqSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices All workt guaranteed Offlcjjover fiaydon Barber a m D LAKEInsurance Agent SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY 5s Life Fire and Accident Olo ilnssachnsetts Mutual alway reliable tho bc dividendpaying company in the world Your Insurance D rs RoBards Hyattr Office over McElroy 8 Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY mOFFICE Dr J C Mudd SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY pVnoB overt C J rmco Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M Dr WWRay PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offi tenon church Yover grocery OffVpephone 175 Residence phone 172 V J H LAM TON M D SPRINGFIELD KY Office in Opera House Office phone No 5 Residence No38 MISS ELLA ADAMS i NURSE f TELEPHONES Days 19 Night 109 T SCOTT MAYES ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky IrMUpractiqo in the warts 6f Vnshinsrton n AppeaIPMrdtFooenl f C CMcCHORD ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky will practice in all Stato and Pcilprttil Courts W D CLAYBROOKE L ATTYATLAW1 Springfield Ky Will practice In tne courts of Yaehin Appea1I W E SELECMAN ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky WnahIngtond MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER r f f Springfield KT office in Robertson Building practice in the Courts of Was ington and adjoining counties slid in the Court of Appeals +C S M CAlY1FB- LLLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky Crying of public sales a specialty V wmIfo anywhere Terms reason 84 JOHN YPIiA YES Funeral Director And Licensed Embalmer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention E vory courtsey shown Nendsopte Line of Caskets and Burial Telephone Day 19 Night 74 How to Make nnlEmcrKcnrry ftnup A quick soup orju bo mndo If you have on bond zt couple of cupfuls of cold mashed potatoes Slice n medium sized onion null frs It In a snucepnn with a slice of butter the size of an egg pour over this n quart of milk when the milk comes to n boll stir In the mashed potatoes and boll all to gether seasoned WItI tcpp salkt t How to I rfxlitn TuHtelcHH NiitN t It Is a good thing to know that If nun grow dry and iastclcss from be ing kept for some time they mss be wood P rEully freshened by soaking them in lukewarm water This applies to nil sorts pf uuts ami It Is surprising to see how tbPy mproved J r GOVERNOR a BECKflAJYl Should be Nomi1a tedfpf President Says Writer In New York Sun l Gov J CW Beckham is put fore ward for the Democratic nomin tion for President by Major D W Sanders in a letter which appears on the editor Ial page of the New Xork Sun on June 13 Extracts from Major Sanders letter follow To the Editor of the = answer to your inquiry it is exceding ly difficult at present to forecast the action of the Democratic party in KenItucky especially for one who does behinto the office holdin who has never considered the political question from that point of view I have however always taken a very lively interest in the principles of the Democratic party and especially in such iman nomiAnation ofa candidate for President of the United States to whom we may look to maintain those principles I have always held and still main twin in a firm conviction that tie Southern States which cast almost the entire Democratic vote in the electoral college for President of the United PThisresented section has a number of eligible young inen of high character and recognized ability wholly disconnected with tjcipation in the Civil war who parI acknowIledged should be considered by the Democratic party and a selection made from among them of one who shall be the Democratic candidate in 1908 fcr Presi dent of the United Suites I believe that the time has arrive- for the Democratic party to select a candidate from the South who distinct ly represents in his personal and official life the high qualities of this Anglo Saxon civilization It is of course out of the question to consider the nomina tion of any man who participated in the Civil war I recognize this fully and so do all of my associates in th Confederate army so far as I hay been able to inform myself But another veneration has arisen and ther- is a class of young men who have cam to the front in the Southern States both In affairs of national and State CUIIturecivil affairs of the Federal government SIP v Beckham has displayed qualities in his administration of State goy ernment which show most clearly ar ofungiiespdetermined to give his State the ties administration under the law within his power He has shown more states manship more tact more diplomacy and more firmness in the maintainance of a principle and an execution of th e duties devolving upon him as the Gov ernor of the State than man who has presided in tha r thenYfother last fifty years uNo man has the co the people of Kentucky to a greater extent isha young man t he isa young man of most wonderful facultiesevenly balanced fully developed and it may be safely said ot him that egotism vanity and selfishness constitute no partof his predominating characteristics Gov Beckham represents the pro gressiye element of the State he hrs the hearty and enthusiastic support of the younger members of the Demo cratic party in all the old Democratic counties and if the National Democratic Convention should honor him by nominating him for President of the United States the entire Democratic party not only in Kentucky but thor oughout the South would enthusiasti cally rally around him Certainly in the selection of a Democrat from th Southern States Kentucky could to present Gov Beckham as the mA who more completely supplies the qualifications required of the Democratic nominee than any other Democrat in swthe State Seven years as Governor the nominee of the Democratic primary throughout the State for United States Senator which is equivalent to an clot tion in this State andthe statemanlike ability he has shown in his management of public affairs all this presents him in my judgment asa commanding figure worthy of the consideration of the Democratic National Convention for the nomination for President A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage ot liver and bojwel functions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolute ly satisfactory everv case or money brick at H ytlon Kobertsons drugstore 25c W J THE LATE EDMUND L DAV1SON III MULDRAUGH HILL Mrs Nancy Scott and Mrs Flossie Coulter were at Breckenride last Thursday Mrs Maggie Scott spent one day last week with Mrs Eatha Coulter IMr W S Coulter was in Willisburg last week Mri J A Coulter was in Harrods businessISet on businessMrs M Shields and daughter Mtollie spent Friday and Saturday with Fairviewd1 setting out tobacco He set out thirteen acres Miss Sarah Shields of Hillsboro is visiting her uncle W L Keeling of SpringfieldJohn was in Willis burg Saturday on business JMr J P Brewer was in Willisburg Saturday on business Bloomfiele d one day Mr W Sj Coulter wife and son Jenkinseof Willisburg y John Jenkins is same better at IMrs g John Harlow and family of Tatham Springs Spent last Sunday with J B Jenkins of Willisburg Lightning struck Mr Dee Shewmak ers house last Friday night and tor wads e insured Mr Solomon was in tIg g to a bit tobacco barn this summer eSpartan Upbringing Lord Kitcheners father who was rather a Spartan parent was also a soldier but In Ireland he turned his attention to brooding pigs as a source of Income Kitchener and his brother had to drive the pigs to market They were sent off without breakfast and had to do without their meal on their return If theh pigs remained unsold iHow to Cure 4 Your Piles J sufferers from piles and rectal dis eaSes would first try a reliable like Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin of using external salves and supposi tories or haying an operation performed they would save themselves a world of troublflrvfixpense and pain The reason fine cases out of ten are the resuloof habitual constipattenan- whenon d tie constipation is thoroughly cured the piles disappear Piles are to constipation what pimples are to bad blood simply an out ward symptom And just as face goodd s 1arent half as cood for piles as a reliable lax a Dr Caldwells SyrnpPepsin A 50cent or SI bottle will prove these claims and every droesrist is authorized to guarantee results Hundreds of people have written us attitlcuree l from you Not only will it cure the piles but it will permanently correct bowel trouble so that you will have regular movements It will tone the stomach and make ditrestion easy for you Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin is the best rem edy for constipation dyspepsia biliousness flatulency and all resultant troubles such as piles from disordered stomach liver or bowels Its eentle action and pleasant taste make It especially sullied t chUdren and aU who are too weak to stead purgative waters salts and griping powders and A physic not what pile sufferers need but steady eas bowel movements and these can be obtained by the use of this wonderful remedy It brings about a permanent tame cure at a minimum of expense Those wishing to try DrCald FREE TEST wells Syrup Pepsin before buy- Ing can hive a free sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company This to prove that the remedy do as we claim and only open to those have never taken Send for It have any symptoms of stomach liver or disease Gentlest yet most laxative lor children and old folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE PUBLIC VERDICT Laxative So and Sure as CALDWELLS SYRUP PEPSIN This product bears purity guarantee Washington 0 0 PEPSIN SYRUP COI 118 Caldwoll Bld Montlcello III RED CROSS DRUG STORE t z 1After25 Years Mr W H DeBaun received a mess thelremarkablebill Twentyfive years ago his father 1lr IL DeBaun moved from Covin Ithea in a safe keeping and he forgot to get it The old gentleman has often talked of his money left Jn the wardrobe butIthe family regarded it as a cream joke A few days a gIDora DeBaun went visit the tatters sister Mrs G W Mills To satisfy her grandfather Miss Dora went with him over to Cov ington and they got the lady who now owns the property to go with them to the old DeBaun homestead Once there the old gentleman went straight to his room of a quart century ago opened the old wardrobe reached in his feeble hand and brought forth the fiyed6llar bill just as though it had been placed verymuchmono y and the verification of his ott repeated story A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines Bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a verit able wonderland At Mound City in the wonderfulesen seemed near death with lung and cousthinfspel1soccurred gibngreat medicine that saved his life and completelv cured him Guaranteed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by Haydon Robertson Tria1Qottlefree Buried Alive LA terrible story of a young woman vvlio was burled alive Is reported from I aria She was supposed to have died n few days ago dud u burial permit having boon given us usual she was Interred on the following dos The grnviillsgcr liowovor left the grave only partially filled thinking there was no hurryllld three doss later un In habitant this village pusslug by tilt cemetery stopped to look at till brave Tie was surprised to hear loud knock ing apparently Inside the cofllu bur led under only u very light layer of ground He could not at first believe carsdSot only did the knocking continue lint He also heard the young womftn calling out arid moaning He hurried for assistance and u doctor and when the cnlllti wits opened the young wo man was found allve Indeed as she sat up and trlftdi to speak Byt to their horror she did not Irtng survive Ev tintsgave a gasp tou up some blood and sunk back In the doctors arms This time she wax really dead How to Make Toffee Toffee Is nn almost uincnown sweet over here but the small Engjlsh dill dren thrive on it line usual y know how to iuake It Its a quite ilifferent ihlug from our jHutterseotcli ivhleh la jolly good but not as jolly good ns Takeytlirne pounds of coffee orC sugar butter to till mount of a pound and a ofinnsugar cojd water as may be IclfuhiCor that purpose then mix all the Ingredients together null boll them without stirring the mix Cure until It will soap w1Jen propped Into cold water At this moment re move It from the Ore mIll bight or ten drops of lemon extrnct according to Its strength slid pour thc mi lure Into well greased pans to be cut Into squares as rIfCOOIR itJ r 11 11 818l B D LAKES BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE goOdbarn15 per acre goodtobaccohouse and church Price 40 per acre iNo 4255 acres three food barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready or plow Price 60 pei acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash hickory good dwelling and barns wellWatered onehalf from school house andchurch Good tobacco land Price Iper acre 15 Noh65 acres nine miles from Springfield f 20 acres timber two ho see one barn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced goodIlarge welling Will make fine dairy farm on railroad Price acreI locatedINo 6196 acres 7 miles from SP ri field on good pike one 7 inI ry No18174 acres 10 miles from Springtleld good six room dwelling on good pike 3J miles one mile from school andchurch good stock barn All outbuildings 60 acres bottom- land 6 rods stone fence Price 532 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 welts plenty of springs fine young orchard all kinds of and small ice house carriage house all outbuildings new Price 50 No 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield ood dwelling two good tenant houses two tobacco barns two stables 75 acres timber plenty of grass fine orchard 530 an acre Several other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any price No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 miles from Springfield Price 1000 No 23rl39J acres 1 good dwellin 2 tobacco barns hold 15 acres of tobacco one barn hew 1 mile from Mud one half mile from school some timber fine tobacco land well fenced plenty of water Price 35 per acre ike one R9roombarn 1 corn crib ice house hen house meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in goodjrepair Price 560 per acre No 25248acros 2J miles from Spnngfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at barn fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining layedjn cement water in every field year fine set 01 grass 35 acres of corn in this year a1IJNo 2770 acres 6 miles from Springfield 7 room barn holds 5 acres of tobacco fine well milk house hen smoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 28160 acres 3 J miles from Springfield on good road i mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 301156 acres 3J miles from Springfield ongood pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn l small staple cellar unoer house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre No 31135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres l acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 31 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price y 3250 fromIstock 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 in grass brick tenant house gramery 2 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 rieof the best locations in Washington coun ty for a home Cheap No 35225 acres fine land in the edge of Spnngfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some 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 buggy and hen house Water in house and ord Hot and cold r a over house One of best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike Farm in good grass good six room dwelling fine stock barn Well fenced Plenty stock water 35 per acre No 39102 acres good four room swelling tobacco barn holds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock arid domestic good fence fine tobacco land 7J 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 all out buildings fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles ryearhouse at spring Good orchard Plenty of small fruit one ten acre tobacco barn one stock barn will hold seventyfive mules Buggy house and all outbuildings Fine plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and cnurch Price 45 per acre easy payment 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 3000 per acre No 9697 acres from Springfield on pike 25 acres of fine timber small douse stock barn well watered fine tobacco land good fence price 3750 per acre No 4776 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 2 000 Springfieldplenty tobacco land good stock barn plenty water Plenty locust posts Close to church and school Price 3250 per acre No 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 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 No 51152 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on zood m o Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson county Good five room dwellin g ttvent y five acres of tobacco All in fine orchard Schtio miles No wasteland 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 onehalf mile from pike Onethird of purchase money down rest in one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street No b4Town Lots on Grundy and Covington avenues dwellingtobaccouated in one of the best neighborhoods in county One of the best farms in county Whole farm will raise tobacco 75 per Acre B D Lake Springfield t IIlIIlilIII81818181- II t vpRS THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 3 MAIL ORDER COMPETITION How It is Being Successfully Fought by Jewell la Merchants Merchants in Jewell Ia deny a re port that they hope to cripple mail order houses by luring them into send ing their catalogues and quantities iifJ other advertising matter to people who have no idea ot buying but answer ads in order to make the mail order people waste their amunition The Jewell retailers ate quite nat orally opposed to the mail order hbuse and all its works But they hope for no good results from any other policy than that of meeting distant competi tion squarely Instead of the childish tactics they awT charged with they have resolved to borrow a leaf from the enemys book Each of them according to an official statement is getting catalogues and informing himself as to prices and qual ities Where thte mail order competitor makes a big bargain as a leader the cal dealer will make the same leader Where the former asks a profit giving price the local dealer too will ask for a reasonable profit Goods for goods quality for quality price for price terms for terms the local dealers of atlt1ieythan the old idea that mail order trade can be seriously interfered with by an appeal to local pride When buyers can make a dollar gp further iri a mail or der house than at home local pride takes a back seat every timeFourth Estate 1 Excitement at Boston- Kentucky i un a Standard Considerable excitement was caused in the Boston of neighborhood last week by the appear ance in that locality of three negroes whose actions causedsuspic ion They tip their abode in an old house on the farm of Mr Lariey Stark The appearance of two of the negroes answered the description given for the negro who killed a young farmer in Fayette county several weeks ago and escaped and another one looked Very much like a negro wanted at Lancaster for murder Sheriff Vittitoe V wasnotified and proceeded at once to the place accompanied by Deputy Hag an and John Phillips but before their arrival the negroes had taken to the knobs and the trail of them was lost andthe officers hunted them all day but without success Local Option Elections Kentucky Standard Local option petitions were lodged in the County Court last Friday containing the names of two hundred and fortysix legal votes of Magisterial District No 4 of Bloomfield Nos 81andin said district upon the question of sale or no sale of liquors The petitions were filed on Monday County Court day and the election was fixed for Sate urday August 31 1907 The election 111willas3 whole The four precincts gave aI net majority of about 235 dry in ountylocal option election last Sep ft tember The Negroes Left ri fGf Harrodsburg Democrat During the storm Friday night the wind blew down the tents of Mn W J DeBauns camp on Mr lice Scotts place and pandemonium reigned torn time Mr Dc Baun has a big crew of negroes an mules there engaged on the county tents fell on ththee job of his T fe in getting them out Many of the negroes stampeded and left for town in the storm fearing tilt t the lightning would explode the kegs of dynamite kept in the camp The mules acted with more moderation and bravery and Mrr DeBaun was soonI master of the dangerous situation How to Make a Shampoo Wash There are few better shampoo washes than the following Beat up the yolk of an egg in a putt of rain water add half a teaspoonful of glycerin and half an oufaro of rosemary spirit Rub this well Into the head and then rinse In plenty of worm rainwater Heres Good Advice OSWoolever one of the best known merchants of LeRaysville N Y says If you are evertroubled with piles apply Bueklens Arnica Salve It cured agomCures every sore wound burn or abra sion 25c at Haydon Robertsons drugstore i I n Barn Burned KentuckYStandard A frame stable on the alley near the warehouse of C R Barnes owned by Mr John Barbor burneThe stable was partically destroyed There was nothing lathe stable but a small amount of straw The fire is thought to be the work of an incendiary JBanksof setting the property on fire The case was set i or trial on Monday but was continued until today when the dP fendant waive examination and was to answer before the October jury and his bail was fixed at 300 in default of which he was remanded to jail Th numerous recent burnings of barns m Bardstown has aroused a storm of indignation among the Citizens and they are determined to hunt down and prosecute the guilty parties Some time ago a reward of 100 was offered by the City for the apprehension and arrest t of the incendiary The affair has been aggravated to such an extent that lynching 9rI other violent measures have been mentioned should the guilty party be found againstTherecedure however if the burning is not ceased it C Wood Passes Away Campbellsvilie Ky June 12H C Wood one of the most t memr hers of the Campbellsvilie bar and a much esteemed citizen died at his home in this county this morningat 1230 oclock of heart trouble after along illness The funeral service will beheld at the Baptist church tomorrow and interment wilt be at Braokside cemetery in this city He has held several offices of trust this county and was widely known throughout this section of the State He was a member of the County Democratic Committee and president of the Russell Creek Baptist Academy new school located here with imposing and sightly buildi gsnovrin course construction He IS by a wife and two sons Merlin and Chand ler Care of Rugs The care of a fine rug Is everything said George Leland Hunter an article entitled The Truth About Doctored Rugs in Life In Amelia Just as tboroughbrel ra cers have luxury and affection lavished upon them so thoroughbred rugs should be trcateil gently and tenderly The broom should be used daily on them kind they should be swept with the nap Every third day after the sweeping sawdust that has beeh slight ly moistened should be sprinkled over the rug which should then be gone over with a carpet sweeper- Be careful to have the sweeping precede the application of sawdust as otherwise the moisture will turn some of the dust into mud that cakingp itself In the threads will fibers Once a week rugs should betaken out on the lawn spread put faceC down and then gently tappedgently mindwith a flat rattan beater Fine rugs like razors and people too require rest By no means leave athethem taken up carefully cleaned and cent to cold itroagc The process of cleaning as practiced by experts is as follows First of all the dust Is reniov d by the vacuum system Then the rug Is spread on Its face liquid olive soap Is poured over the back and Is gently rubbed with a brush until fine lather forms Then the same thing is done to the face of the rug After that warm water Is played over rug until It retires liter the hot shower of coursern cold shower follows and for about an lour on a concrete floor that slants slightly cold water runs over the sur face of the rug from sprinklers Then IIIsroller being the tool employed after which the rug is spreaO out on the roof face up for three clear days and nights When the sunlight has reo dmoce1 the last vestige of moisture the rug is rolled up with the nap and is ready for storngeIfortune From Advertising T 1 Barrett one of the chief pro concordPwinch has spent 15000000 in advertising is emphatic in expressing his conviction that advertising is the best kind of commercial investment 1 cannot understand how the question canh debated he said Why the fact that advertising pays is Clearly demonstrated every day as tha the sun risesw vwv Uo pr pe medium advertise intelligently an your fortune is made You must have rcvr Ideas for the Changes of fashion I spent 630000 advertising in one year and it paid us well Good goods good advertising and plenty of it is my advice to ambitious commercial men QOQOQOQQOQQQQOOQOQQQOOOOOO THE SUN 1C- OGOOOf TXKJOOCXSCXXXXXXXXX i CARE OF RAZORS How to Keep them iri Good Con dition For Years IIt ales been estimated that nine tenths of the people of the United States shave themselves and It is safcj thuyjA common razor costs from 50 cents to 5 and lasts a lifetime even a cen tury if used well but mos men use theIr razors worse than tli r carving knives It is not generally known that a razor works on the same principle as a saw ornmallIv islies to use it again he takes it from the case and applies it directly to his face The majority of men who shave themselves donot strop their blades oftener than once a week This is ruin oils to the edge for being constructed like a saw the soap and fine particles of hair clog up the teeth and not only hinder the razor from doing its work properly but also rust the edge The proper way to shave Is to use a sidewise slanting snwlug motion There is less difficulty In the cutting In this practically no pull unless or Is in extremely bad man who learned to shave wnyielt will invariably pickup a pull directly and fotclIbly cheek The man whoIhas to one who knows uses the sawing notion and savejioc much time and trouble as well as his skin The stropph g of a razor Is more Important than most men consider It On the stropping depend directly the health and longevity of the tool Most men know the stropping motion the only fault is that they do not employ their knowledge often enough The of the blade Is of the highest importance Ninetenths of the self shavers hone their razors them selves and ninetenths of these bonet them the wrong way Even the ma jority of barbers who are supposed to know use the bId fashioned laborious and unsatisfactory method of honing They draw the razor across the hone wjlth the edge the proper way Is to draw It against the edge and thus save time by getting the greatest cutpJng force from the tool To bring a dull razor to an light sIde of rub stone In cold waterI do not use hot water rub on hone un til you create a thin lather lay razorsperfectly fiat so that both back edge touch the hope draw razorncrossIthe hone to the edge way until your razor fs razor on thumbnail fromfelIf It heel to point then you Honing afterdthese impossible wire edge which happens to aJfJ most every amateur k Church Must Advertise The Rev Dr Albert C Apple rath astor of the Chestnut Hill Baptist church Philadelphia preached recently Church Advertisement and de that the church of today could not be successfully conducted if the methods in use in years gone by were continued The church he said must as well as a business house do the work for which it exists Taking as his text Lukes nords TheI children of this world are wiser U1 the children of light he nidIWe are living in an aj e of advertising Businessmen say heir orders adI1vertisements keep up their interest jn it There are several ways in which the up to date church can advertise The daily newspaper should be used bulletin bottlesu should be placod in conspicuous church literature should be issueoland Another way to advertise anda most important way is to keep the church attractive and on a pity with our homos If we look at the outside of the averasje theater we will see why it is so popular We must also advertise our church by speaking of it to our friends That advertising pays is proved by the fact that an army of men is employed writing advertisements that are calculated to show results How to Freshen The Mind lelii R1ffiiiCliB gym mI11l1t1otl Shall neve nliff4 a spvech Hald Sydney day ou which you havo walked twelve miles In the English universities the rending men are daily insoftmany saddle or orIRousseau lifts something Which utyi mates as Irrca my tacos And Plato said of exercise that It would almost cure n guilty conscience for the living outof doors and simple fare rind gymnastic exercises and the morals of effectsl way Few men know bow to take a walk The qualifications of a professor are endurance plain clothes old shoes an ye for nature good humor vast curl osltyrrnnl1 anN lt good silence and nothing much A Kentucky Fair Dates Crab Orchard July 103 days Stanford July 173 days Henderson July 235 Lancaster July 243 daySJMadisonville July 31 30 1GeorgetOnFern Creek Aug 134 days 1Vancehurg 1LawrenceburShepherdsville Aug 204 days Ewing Aug 223 days Shelby ville Aug 274 days Klizabethtown Aug 273 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 28 = 4 days Florence Aug 284 days Hardinsburg Sept 33 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Paris Sept 35 days Monticello Sept 104 Hodgenville Sept 10 daysjGlasgow Sept li4Guthrie Sept 153 Kentucky State Fair Louisyi lie SePt 166 days daysMayfield Uardwell Oct 152 days Badly Mixed Up Abraham Brwn of Winterton N Yf had a very temarkable experience he says Docprs got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it andliverElectricBittersfeet health One bottle did me more good than all the five doctors pr scribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by Hayden Robertson ts Men as Boarders A woman who has made a modest competence by runni ig a private ho tel says she would ra her have women as boarders than men Perhaps they a little inquisitive about one an others affairs she lImits and disposed to find fault a tener than they are Justified In doln On the other hand they usually oice their com plaints either directly or ln such a manner that the criticisms soon reach the landladys cars Men on the con dont lodge so many open com laints but they make bitter remarks = one to another and It is seldom their remarks are ed to the hostess un tn too lute to offset their badeffect This woman hprself on record as- aying that when men are inclined to be at all disagreeable they are ranch difficult to leaf with than wo men One can always soothe disgrun tied women by a little extra attention to their comfort she says but the e boarder or hotel guest wbo un- ertakes to criticise a place harshly Is hbpeless case Kansas City Slur How to Clean Matting Salt and water is Jhc best medium for cleaning matting allowing u tablespoonful of salt to a gallon of cold Ava ter Tie matting must be thoroughly shaken first to free it from uhf dust then be washed with the salt and water making the cloth used only sum ciently wet to femove the dirt Wipe the matting with a dry cloth Stales that water wilt not remove should be rubbed with alcohol How to Cloth Take of potrderedlnluin and sugar of each half an ounce and stir them a gallon of rainwater and wlioh the mixture ij clear trait off the upper liquid Imo rya the cloth for twenty four hours then dry and prewit The cloth will be uninjured In color and texture and will stand any amount of to which you are likely to be ex posedi IIt Takes I Nerve Everything depends upon your nerves It is nerve force that causes the bfaih to direct the motion of your body it is JourIheartblood through your veins it is nerve force that causes your stomach to digest foo1 your kidneys to filter the blood and the liver to secrete bile In fact nerve force is the power that runs your body so if YOU feel wornout irritable nervous cannot sleep or eat well have pain or anywhere your nerves runiweak and your system down To r store this J take Dr Miles Nervine which will strengthen and build up the nerves You cannot be healthy without strong nerves For eighteen years r Miles Nervine and Antl Pain Pills have been my close companions In mar ried life children my nerves became all wornout could not sleep had no appetite Indigestion bad and had such awful dizzy spells Then I began using Dr Miles Nervine and at once I began to 1m prove and soon found myself In porftvt health MRS S IX rtjihtircr St New CastlcPa Nerving Is sold by your t that the II benefit If It folio her money al Go Elkhart Ind i t r rFarming Implements D Buggies announcethat rteIl- I l Disc Harrows 3c- theyIg WehavemoneyIT C Tatum Grundy l Vally Hill Ky T 1itelelt1tIFULLY GUARANTEED 11 It SOUTH BEND WATCHESAE r t se s James J Graves 4THE JEWELER SPRINGFIELD KY I + tilele t + Lakes Overflowers No 56265 acres 3 miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike close to church and school 8 room dwelling good tobacco barn new stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57163 acres 3 milesNorthof Mackvilleon Willis burg pikeIroom dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 75 acres fine tobacco plenty locust posts well watered and fenced Price 31 per acre t No 59133 acres 8 miles from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable ana milk house fine echard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to sohool and church 11 ce30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 acre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard ty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 t11fnsoilbaccolandNo 62150 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 63180 acres in Nelson county 5 room dwelling onpike 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 64121 acres 8 miles from Springfield on Mackville a room frame dwelling new 6 acre tobacco barn eldstock Earl 2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres of fine tobacco land 20 acres o timber plenty of locusts Plenty of water Price 25 per acres No G5170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike kinder good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn with metal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts 75 acres of fine tobacco land Plenty of grass Price 4250 per acres No GG156 acres 8 miles from mile from p ke 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn Bmarstock barn some timber 50 acres of tobacco nd Good fence All in grass Price S20 per acreiNo G7200 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good p ke6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good tock 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 acres 8 room brick dwelling in good repair well fenced fine river bottom land fine tobacco land Price 60 per acre r No 69150 acres small house fine oftrtimbpr and fine tobacco land Price No 701444 aces good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom lana well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land spme timber Price 60 per acre No 7111S acres 5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling in good repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barnicorn- crib granary pond in barn lot some timber 75 acres to I bacco land good fence Price 3500 per acre B D LAKE I Real Estati Agents Springfield Ky HE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH shortesttimeCLARKS SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ives a complete course in the latest and most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand and places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than jgraduateg School is in Session all the Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day fyonor F r t THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 r g An Afternoon of Sport on At the FAIR GROUNDS I SPRINGF IELD KY juLy 10 1 Trotting Races Running Races and Foot Races I 1 Itrack isas good as new The races are made up with the best horses ilThe pleasureCOME I PURSE rIt Trot freeforall 150t 0 be deviled to first second and third horses6o per cent to first horse oto seG nd and t5tothird GREEN TROTFor horses that are practically untrained purse o75 per cent to first horse and 25 tp second I PLUG RUNNING RACEParse 15 Winner to take all FOOT RACE One hundred yard dash 5 All these races will be best two out of three except the Freeforall Trotting Race which will be three out of five WILL BE A GREAT DAYCOMEI RACES CALLED PROMPTLY AT I OCLOCK P M COME AND ENJOY THE 4th OF JULY WILL ALSO HAVE A BRASS lAMP TO FUIINISH MUSIC D BAKER SPRINGFIELD KY I I SUN ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION ONE DOLL In Advance tit J ROGERS GORE Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice at Spnngfieldc Ky for transmission mailS as second class matterI TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONc t One Year H flOO Bbc Months 50 t Three Months ti 25 I3f writing to have your address changed always give the poetofflce to which your paper a going as well as the poetoffice to which you it sent f DEMOCRATIC TICKET rFor Senator J C W Beckl1amIFor GovernorS W For Lieutenant GovernorSouth Trim ble For AuditorHenry M Bosworth For TreasurerRuby Laffoon For Secretary of State Hubert Vree 5 land Fo Superintendent of Public Schools MO Winfrey For Attorney GeneralJohn K Rend rick For Commissioner of Agriculture J W Newman For Clerk of Court of AppealsJ B Chenault For Railroad Commissioner C C r McChord s For State SenatorJ Rogers Gore The Republican Sate Conven tion is in session in Louisville t today Hon Augustus E Wit I son will be nominated by acclamation tIA writer in an eastern paper under the head of Riches a Handicap says There is noth irrg like being born poor to give a man a start in life Hes also a liarr Good Bargains in Mason Jars r Pints Quarts and OneHalf Gallons t During the pas few days City Marshal Grace has been notifying the people of Springfield to cleans up and disinfect their premises The marshals authority comes from the City Counciland he must be promptly and accurately obeyed We take it that no one will refuse nor neglect to have the work done Some people however may qoncludk that it is not important and may become guilty of neglect When this is done the law has not only been violated but a community of people have been exposed toI deadly germs and microbs and posibly through sUchnegligence an epidemic of t phoid willresult The Lebanon Enterprise re ports a number of typhoid fever cases In that city and the CItyJ Board of Heal h has adopted some stringent rules which the people of Lebanon must comply with in the future We print below a few of the rules adopted by the Lebanon Board of Health No water allowed to collect in empty cans etc Rain barrels should be covered with musquito netting All garbage and slops be kept in a covered receptacle and contents removed at twice a week No child left permitted to enter aIpublic showing a certificate of LSuccess ul vaccination or one showing that repeated vaccinations have failed to take No ch lor teacher tuberculo sis or an contagious or infectious dis ease wify be permitted to attend any public or private school Those recovering from contagious or infectious disIeases cannot reenter schools go the streets or enter public places with out first receiving a certificate from at tending that all danger communicating this disease to others has passed Nor shall any one leave a house wherein there is smallpox dip theria or scarlet fever without first making a complete change of clothing That it shall be unlawful to spit upon sidewalks street crossings floors an in public places as this tends to spread all wells and cisterns should have the top elevatedand covered so that no surface drainage or filth can get in- That manure piles shall be sprinkle over with lime at least once a week Good Very good Lets clean Tinware and 1 ifilassarer rli aI tOST up And disinfect our premises We save our friends andour selves of much sickness we may ave our own and the lives of our friends Clen up When the Louisville Herald prints one of those firstpage editorials in which Gov Beckham- is censured look at tie editorial- page of the CourierJournal th following day and you will find The Herald editorial reproduced and upon the same page you will also see a doubleleaded3 production from the pen of Mr Watter son in which The Herald is rebuked Wand Gov Beckham pinched A bunco scheme as easily understood as the trick o aool Ye have received the initial hummer of rThejeffersonianII printed in Jeff rsontown Ky isa neat paper welledited an the first number looks prosper ous Allcock Barrickman are the publishers and as both pave had many ears exuerience inI newspaper work there is no rea son why the venture will not b successful The Louisville Evening Post commends Gov Bec ham not for all he has done but for the wisdom for the sagaci y tot the selfcontrol for the foresight manifested during EIGHT OF THE MOST TRYIN YEARS OF OUR HISTORY safloons were Sunday the first time in one hundred and seventytwo yearsa thing that never happened before in the memory of the oldest inhabitant If a man has three meals a day a sound stomach a big heart a rood wife and eight or ten chi hen he doesnt need anything else unless it is a good fishing ackle and some place to fish lii Col Watterson may never forp give Gov Beckham because Goy theIat a time when Col Watterson had that sort of bee in his own bonnet but featly what difference does it make Since Bowling Green voted bee tween Louisville and Nashville on the L and N A long ways between drinks An Ohio woman says she will never marry because all men are like monkeys If she has investi gated closely she knows the tale sofThe mayor r of San Francisco penitentiaryl been turned out of office eithr Orchard the Idaho assassin i of the peach variety Beckham wants to be 1President of the United States oef the United States tClean up and prevents typhoid feverfrom cleaning you up Old Summer bless her is with us a few hours every day The Exact Situation Says the Lt Rue County Herald The latest advices from trade cen ters are tottye effect that there will b a a scarcity of white paper for newspaper within the next twelve months Prices on print paper have advanced nearly sixty per cent within the last twelve months and at the present prices it is amotimpossible for the large city dailies t9 get a sufficient sup ply Many of the dailies have increased their price from one to two cents per copyi inconsequence white the week lies are figuring on the condition of tnings to find some means of obtaining profit out of 52 papers for one dollar Ia increase in price has reduced the J GROCERIES My stock of Groceries is complete in every line Meats Lard Sugar and Flour sold at close prices for CASH Cash Paid for EGGS r JI1J 1 f r + HI fHHI I If Soft Drinks and Lunch on The Grounds I Mr Gilbert Carpenter will be present with a full line of ISoft Drinks and things that you will want to eatIce Creamland other refreshments will be served 1IT HISPRINGFIELD aggervatind liU On a years subscription to country weekly more than half aI the past year and if the increase tinues it will force them to put their prices up to 125 or 150 per year which would be a difficult change to make and hold the original list It is troublesome times with the newspaper people without any hope of a better ment This is the plain unvarnished story of the newspaper situation except that instead of to blank alone it applies to eyery newspaperI newspaper composition the cost of maintaining an officeplant is at least fifty per cent possibly seventyfive per centhigher than three years a As a matter ot fact if present conditions continue many weekly newspapers must either go to the wall or in crease their subscription price It isI now said that there is another advance in blank paper price scheduled for the near future It is worse than foolish to assert that this intolerable advance in pricesan advance of sixty per cent in twelve monthsis due to scarcity of supply in the face of unprecedented demand If everysnewspaper and ittle country and city daily and weekly would be put out of business in less than three years The gap between supply and demand would constantly widen until profit would disappear in a yawning chasm of over increasing debt There has been no such sudden extraordinary expansion of demand as this The Times is firmly of the opinion that the present situation is wholly the work of the blanknewspaper trust Behind the cry of short supply ot wood pulp is hidden a monopoly that is bleeding the newspaper world to death that is daily pouring a golden fortune into the pocket of this trust and the press is sitting idly while its own pillage goes on Many ot the large dailies are members of this trust and are themsel yes engaged in this outrageous and highhanded robbery If the country press will band itself together regardless of politics and de mand the prosecution of the black newspaper trust as well as a congress ional investigation they can put an end to both the trust and its robbingprices in short order If they do not do this it is only a question of time until the trust puts an end to them The situa tion in its ultimate results is much more farreaching than at first glance appears It means the final suppression 5Off fort GASH I of the country weekly and the occupa tion of the entire newspaper field by the big city dailiesGlasgow Times HAPPY HOLLOW As I have been absent for several weeks I will jot down a few jtejms Mrs J M Shields and daughter Miss Sarah spent last week at Tatham Springs Mr Tom Brown and wife spent from Wednesday till Friday with their daughter Mrs M C Keeling Mrs Laura Scruggs and little daugh ter spent Friday with Mr Tom Coulter and wife Miss Mollie Shields spent Friday night with Mrs Samuel Coulter Mr Solomon Kays wife and son rsiJM C Keeling and family MrJ M Montgomery and family and Mrs Solomon Kays spent Sunday with Mr J M Shields and family Messrs Solomon Kays and John Armstrong spent Sunday with Mr S D Royalty of Springfield Misses Pearl and Myrtle Armstrong spent Saturday night with Mr J W Walls and family at Pheasant Grove Miss Sarah Shields jis spending two weeks at Tatham Springs Mrs John Armstrong spent Tuesday and Wednesday with her sister Mrs D P Castell of Chaplin Mrs Tom Tennil and daughter Lela spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Solomon Kays Mrs J M Shields and sonsTruman and Raymond spent Saturday and Sun day with her sister Mrs Johnny Jenkins Mr Jim Ruby and family of Chap lin spent Saturday and Sunday with the family of Mr M C Keeling Mr Joe Newton was in Springfield SaturdayMr Kaysiwife and sorr Charlie spent Mr Brown Prather Mr J W Walls wife and children Harye Barnett wife and children W A Smith wife and children spent Sun day with Mr John Armstrong and family Change of Name at Marriage As far back as 15J58 in the region theIr husband BargaiI1 Bargains Country Produce t Exchanged i Same As Cash W P CeSPnnneidKYaJt x t T THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1507 p Ji T i1 f 4 L 1 V k A i 1 t iS I f fit h e a k r If A Shoe That I Pinches or BindsCannot become comfortable except by losing its shape That is why a lasting style requires a Sjjrfect fit The Hanan Shoe is first made to fit f this is the carefully selected leather an thatperfdI IVIalthe season is We will make you some 1 r 1mI willbCUTSI IMISSES AND CHILDRENS LOW in Black and White Canvas goods also bare IIfoit Sandals at very low prices V S I 36 pairs pf Mens Dress shoes in Plain and Cap Toe Will be sold for U B fiA he Robertson iClaybrookeCoINCORPORATED 1 JlfS c s1 1i IIrMillineryi- n Clearance Satet Commencing this week I have inaugurated a Clearance Sale and will offer every hat in myk house a very low price Miss Willie Knott Opposite First Rational Bank I I Dr1J1 Mm Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth thfoutCROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Work Strictly Firstf clash Springfield Ky Office ln flagon Block nip stairs J For Representative- We are authorized to announce Mrj W S Y Goodlett as a candidate for Representative from Washington coun ty subject to action of the Demo erotic primary August 3 Local News Notes OFFICE HOURS Mudduannounces office as m 8to 9a m from ll to 2p m HeI can from now onb found in his of J ficeluring these hou i i 5149 iif Fruit jars pints quarts and half gallons at Lawrences Grocery WANTED A bill Of lumber com pleteto build a small tobacco barn LUTHER BURNS PRINGFIELD KY I will sell on the str 2et Monday even g county court 100 pairs shoes and 25 suits day1 M CAMPBELL Tin and glass Lawirences Grocery Screen doors and windows at Campa bells The colored people of the town will give an entertainment at the Opera House next Saturday evening The name of the play to be given is The Last Drink in Springfield Candies fruits and vegetables of all t at all prices Lawrences Grocery Dont forget we have all kinds of furniture and can get you any thing you wanton short notice IICAMPBELLS GnoCERYt NOTICE The Electric Light and1 Water Company will prosecute persons t who enter their grounds without a ticket Employes have been instructed- to report thflfnames of all parties guiI ty of such trespassandwarrants for their arrest will Ife sworn out Cash for your eggs and chickens at CampbellsIMPORTANTIn this issue of The will be found a notice from Mr C M McChord City Clerk in reference to city taxes Read it and it may you trouble and money City taxes have been due since March and unless paid on or befor July i the penalty will be added Say we are still leading the produce trade of the town at Campbells Cures Gapes Instantly One drop of R41144 dropped down the bill of a gaping chlcken kills the worm and relieves the chicken instant ly When fed as a preventive it is the best I have ever used Will Bardstown Ky R41144 is guars teed by your druggist Mr Haydon to cure Cholera Gapes Roup and Lin berneck Price 50 cents No Cures No Pay Are you willing to try it SYCAMORE VALLEY k We have had a nice rain and the far s mers are through setting tobacco o There is an average crop out all of which has been pooled Crops are looking well in this Vicinity J D Sutherland sold some shoats to Lee Settles at 6 cents per pound The Messrs Keeling of near Willis burg are visiting their sister Mrs Lee Settles this week Mr and Mrs Otis Harmon and little son visited her parents at Mackville Sunday Rev and Mrs W Ezra Sutherland have returned to their home at Buffalo after a two weeks stay with their par ents at this place Mesdames J S Inman and H H Mcllvoy were called to Harrodsburg to the bedside of the little daughter of Mr and Mrs Gillispie who is very ill with pneumonia and measles Mesdames T W W E and J DaSutherland spent last Tuesday with Mrs Henry Hickerson near Mackyille Miss Jennie Logsdon will teach the fallschool at this place Mr and Mrs Jim Ruby and son of Chaplin were guests of Mr and Mrs M C Keeling Saturday night and Sun day Mr West Bailey spent Sunday with his parents at Texas We were sorry that the little child of Mr and Mrs Will Tumey of Mack ville was burned to de thtspentthecelebratedherOrmsby Shewmaker is still improving CambronJohnson The wedding of Mr John Cambron and Miss Teresa E Johnson will take place at Jt Augustines church Leba non July 17 1907 at sunset The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs B JCanibron of Washington county and is a prosperous young farmer while his intended bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs J R Johnson of Leba non and a very popular young woman The happy young couple will make Springfield their future home A num ber of friends extend their best wishes to them Save iwi- t OJ N t E YiBy Paying City ITaxes NOW Ii IiCity Taxes have been IIsince March 1st IDLE penalty will be ad Ito all property and poll tax unpaid b July 1st J907 Your tax re ceipt is in the hands of Mr its B Cain City r at the First Bank and it ITreaSftt for you to him of and your pay taxes before July 1st if you wish to avoid the penaltyBy of the City Council June 14 1907 nC M McChordCity Qeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoe eQeo 0O Personal Notes I by e 0QVisitors In and Out of TownA g Round Up of the Weeks D a Personal News 0 eooeooooeD DeDODQ v Mrs Joe Claybrooke was called tow Bardstown bv the illness of her father Mrs Theo Campbell and children are guests of Mrs Rob Crume ofm Bardstown Mrs Sue Smith of Bardstown is visiting at the home of Mrs Nannie Simms tills week gJisMiss Mary Lampton left today for Cincinnati where she will spend sever weeks conservatory of music Mr Will Wharton was in ploneMiss Sadie Mayes is the guest of friends in Lebanon LOUhjUville here Miss Lula Timmons of Lebanon is guest of Miss Mary Lee Simms the Mr G EMedley was called homey the illn of his motherinlaw TomSImrns is H McIntire will leave in the morningfor Grayson Springs where she will spend about ten days Mr C P Veils of Bloomfield is here today on business Miss Flor nce Howard after a visit of sevei al weeks to her cousind Katherine 1atMesdames F W Rapp and Annie Carey of St Louis are visiting the formers sister Mrs Raymond Nally of of this place Miss Bessie Leachman has return ed from visit to relatives in Louis ville aI Mrs T W Simms has been critic on ally ill ather home at this place since Monday night but she is reported bet ter at present and her many friends are hopeful that she may recover Mr Dimviddie Lampton ot Louis Ville spent Sunday with his parents W here Mr Sylvester ussell of Lebanon was here several days last week jDr is visiting his in parents at Kirksvill Charles Baker who has been in Denver Col with lis brother Bene dict for the past year has returned at Home Dr John Spaldii g left Sunday for enver Col where he will practice medicine Miss Margarite Medley has returned = from Springfield Ill where visited her siste Miss Isabelle f Mr Bob RoBa ds spent several days at Burgin last week Mrs Harry Shader was in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs J F Greene has returned from a ten days stay with relatives in Louisville Miss Issabelle Medley returned home Tuesday from Springfield Ill where she attended school Mr and Mrs Emmett Wigginton have returned to their home in Fair f fieldafter a tendays stay with Mrs W Hyatt Jj Miss Catherine Spalding of Leba non spent Sunday here I Mr Jack 1l Chord has r tulnedIffrom school at Danville apatitI f lfville is visiting Mrs h C Mudd Mr F A Ware is yimiintf his par ants in LexingtonfMiss Laura Robertson Forjbes oftBaltimore Md is the guest of Emily B Russell + Miss Mary Alexia McClosky of Louisyille is vititinff Miss Margaret Russell Mr H L TmhpfT of Louisville was the guest of MiSs Emily Russell f this week f Mrs M E Lake of HuQ ingtont W Va is visiting her son Mr B D Lake and family i Mrs Will Hagan is visiting her mother at Adairviirs Dr andltrsJ B RoBards have I returned from Harrodsburg Mt Powell Boulware of EmI nence is visiting his father Mr J A Boulware at this place Miss Grace Waters who has spending a few weeks with her par ents Mr and Mrs B B Waters re turned to Louisville Sunday She wa accompanied by her sister Miss Ben Waters t 4 Miss Fjflget Simms was called home from Nazareth Academy Monday the serious illness of her grandmother Mrs T W Simms She re turned this morning for the commencement exercises tomorrow Thursday Mrs James Haydon of Bards town spent several d here last weekwith her daughter Mrs Leo Haydon She returned home Sunday and was accompanied by her daughter will spend a few days in Bards town Mr Jack McChord won the Sopho scholarship amounting to 70at Danville last week Jackconnects himself with honors every time he goes after them He is brilliant a thorough student and gifted and The Sun pre diets that he will some day beUa big man in the world Rev Ezra Sutherland who is now located at Buffalo in LaRue county spent several days in the county re cently Mr Sutherland is well pleased with his home at Buffalo and better eased with thee people of that place The editor of The Sun is acquainted with many people of Buffalo and to our mind they are among the bestworld Mr Sutherland has charge four churches consequently he is all the time TEXAS Miss Edith Arnold of Springfield is guest of her grandmother Mrs Geo Gibbs this week Little Miss Renolds of Boyle county visiting at Mr Tim Goods Miss Lillian Sparrow of Green Chap ells wii h leer cousin Mra J D Peterson Mr Starl Hungate and wife of Tatham were guests of the latters sister Mrs A Y Hatcnett Saturday and Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Gordon and iighter Margante were in Harrods last week to see their mother Mrs Hourighan Mr J D Peterson and wife were guests of Mr J H Hungate and wife Tatham Springs Sunday Mr J D Peterson was is Lonisville last week He bought a new line of goods while there Messrs J A Thompson and W H Wilson were in Harrodsburg Tuesday businessMr Joe Hagan and littl daughter Pauline were in Springfiel- last week to visit the formers father Mr Ben Hagan Mesdames Nancy Cocanougher and H Wilson are on the sick list Master John McChord who has been visiting Dr D A Crosby for the last three weeks has returned to his home Lebanon Miss Hattie Arnold has as her guests this week Misses Virginia Mayes and Jeannette McClellandof Springfield- Mr J A Thompson and wife were Fenwick Sunday Mrs Jamima Brady is visiting her son Mr Chas Brady of Springfield- Mr G N Campbell who has been very sick it able to be out again On the 11th day of June the death t flOdl3133Cft3tltlf- ti Reduction in Prices of- Trimmed e Hats I t I r ve made a great reduction in llierice of trimmed Hats and having a tare stock you will find itto your advantage to call upon me siTRIMMED HATS AS LOYJfiS SOc WILLIAMSMILLINERY rtIrX- X339lff angel visited the home of Mr Jackson Whitehouse and took from him his tender loving wife Mrs Whitehouse had been sick for only a few days and hex death came as a shock to the whole community She leaves a husband and seven children to mourn her death They are Mrs Will Young of Spring field Mrs Henry Young Messrs Thomas James Edward and Samuel Young The funeral took place in the Haysville cemetery To the bereaved ones we extend our heartfelt sym pathy My Children relatives and friends look beyond to him who knows all things and doeth all things well for comfort in this hour and may they be drawn nearer and nearer to their Blest RedeemerAa For a Cleaner City ebanon Enterprise Mrs Francis Riker president of the Womens Civic acceptedding of the local organization to be held next Thursday afternoon at 4 oclock at the Baptist church and tell something of the good results that have been accomplished by the league in Harrodsburg Mrs Rikers talk will be a practical one and is sure to prove interesting as Harrodsbnig it is said is one of the cleanest towns in the con tral part ot the State The members of the local league ex tend a hearty invitation to everyone in terested in making Lebanon a prettier and cleaner city to be present Thursday afternoon Subscribe for The Sun 100 year Subscribe for The Sun SLOO year itWtVTVttWtVW I Some of Our t1 Special Lines 000 itIn reading t magazines and periodicales you will noticethat the following Itftei are extensively advertised They have been tit tried by the public and have been found good We are agents for +all of these goods itflt The Black Cat Hosiery i lTopsy Hpsiery I Acron ShirtWaist R G Corsets Monarch Shirt 1 J r tfap1ousu 4- e famous Eclipse Shoe for Men 41Selz Royal Blue and Perfecto shoes for Men w Queen Quality for Irving Drew andwomenIHouse shoes for Famous Swan Hat- HeldmanHeldman + Co- fine Clothing for Men 41I Ettlinger Co Clothing for Boys 4 SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASK 11 Grundy Mclntire 1t L M j y f THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 L Beulah Sands turned to me Please 3lr Randolph go with him He Is soul dazed One can never tell what a heart sorely perplexed will prompt Its own ercfodo Often in the night when have got myself Into a fever front thinking of my fathers situation have had awful temptations The agents of the devil seek the wretched when none of those they lore are by I have often thought some of the Slackest tragedies of the earth might rave been averted If there had beep a true friend to shad at the wrung ses elbow at the fatal minute of decision and point to the sun behind Just when the black ahead grew un endurable Please follow Mr Brown ley than youmay be ready should his awakening to what he has done become unbearable Tell him the dread ed morrows are never as terrible act ually as they seem In anticipation I overtook Bob just outside the of flee I did not speak to him for I realized that he was in no mpod for company I dropped in behind determined that I would not lose sight of hintIt was almost one oclock Wall street was at Its meridian of Thedayscrowded money lane The newsboys were shouting afternoon editions Terrible panic in Wall street One Man against millions Robert Brown ley broke the street Made twenty millions in an hour Bank failed Wreck and ruin everywhere Presi dent Snow of Asterfleld National a suicide Bob gave no sign of hear ing He strode with a slow measured gait his head erect his eyes staring ahead a man thinking thinking think ing for his salvation Many hurrying men looked at him some with an expression of unutterable hatred as though they panted to attack him Then again there were those who called him by nam with a laugh of Joy and some turned to watch him in curiosity It was easy to pick the wounded from those who shared In his victory and from those who knew the frenzied finance buzz saw only by fits buzz Boz saw none Where could he be going He ame to the Head A Seemed Absolutely of the street of coln t and crime and crossed Broadway His path was blocked by the fence surrounding old Trinitys churchyard Grasping the pickets either hand he stared at Itbo crumbling of those of Mammon who once walked the earth aqd fought their fieart battles as he was walking and fighting but who now knew no ten oclock no three who looked upon the stockgamblers and dollar trailers as they looked upon the worms that honeycombed their bases What thoughts Went through Bob Brownleys mind on y his Maker knew For minutes he stood motion Broadwayqebenches were with that Jet sam and flotsam of that New Yorks mighty sewers throw in armies upon her beaches at every sunrise Here a sodden brute sleeping off prolonged debauch there a lad frankness of lace and homespun clothes and eyes spelt from the farm and moth U watchful love On anotherbench i or = J an Italian woman who had a half dozen future dollar kings and social queens about her and whose clothes told of the immigrant ship just into port Boll Brownley apparently saw none But suddenly he stopped Upon a beach sat a sweetfaced mother holding a sleeping babe In her arms while a curlypated boy nestled his head in her lap and slept through the magic lanes and fairy woods of dream land The womans face was one of those that blend the confidence of girlhood with the uncertainty of womanhood Twas a pretty face which had been plainly tagged by its Maker for a lighthearted trip through the world but It had been seared by the Iron of the city Mr Brownley She started to riseHe gently pushed her back with f a hush unwilling to rob the sleepers of their heaven What are you doing here Mrs 1 He halted Mrs Chase Mr when I went away Ra dolphs office I married John Chase you may remember him as a deliver clerk I had such a happy hpmeanr my husband was good I did not have to typewrite any longer These are our twp children What are you doing here Tha tears sprang to her eyes she dropped them but did not answer Dont mind me woman 1 too have hidden hells I dQnt want the world to see Dont mind me tell me your story It may ido you good it may do me good may do me good yeiIt I had dropped Into a seat a few feet away Both were too much occupied with their own th ughts to notice me or any one else I could not overhear their conversation but long after ward when I mentioned our old sten ographer Bessie Brown to Bob he told me of the incident at the Bat tery Tier husband afte their mar riage had become infec ed with the stock gambling microbe the microbe that gnaws into its victims mind and heart day and while ever fiercer grows the get rich get rich He Unmindful of the Agonizing Shriek About Him In headstones headstones crowded humanity Inland whose bewildered Brownley night fever He had plunged with their sayings and had drawn a blank He had lost his position in disgrace and had landed in the bucketshop the subcellar pit of the big stock ex change hell From there a week before he had been sent to prison for theft and that morning she had been turned Into the street by her Jan- d10rdI saw Bob take from his pocket his memorandum book write some thing upon a leaf tear it out and hand it to the woman touch his hat and awayihands to her forehead look at the paper again and at the retreating form of Bob Brownley Then I saw her yes there in the old Battery park In the drizzling rain and under the eyes of all drop upon her knees in prayer How long she prayed I do not know I only know that as I followed Bob I looked back and the woman was still upon her knees I thought at the time how queer and unnatural tho whole thing seemed Later I learned to know that nothing is queer and finofttiiraj In the world oj human suf fering that great human suffering turns all that Is queer and unnaturalIInto commonplace Next Brown came to our office to see Bob Not being ablfe to get at him she ask ed for me Mr Randolph tell me please what shall I do with this paper she said I met Mr Brownley in the Bat tery yesterday He saw I was in distress and he gave me this but I cannot believe he meant it and she showed me an order on Randolph Randolph tor a thousand dollars I cashed her check and she went away From the Battery Bob sought the wharves the Bbwery Five Points the hothouses of the under worldof America He seemed bent on pick big out the haunts of misery in the miseryInfested metropolis of the new world For two hours he tramped timesIto win him from his mood but I refrained I couldsee there was a soul battle waging and I realized that upon Its outcome might depend Bobs salvation Some seek the quiet of the woods the soothing rustle of the leaves the peaceful rIpple of the brdok when battling for their soul but Bobs woods appeared to be the shadowy places of misery his rustling leaves the hoarse din of the multitude and his brooks ripple the tears and t les of the mandamned of the city fofr he stopped and greatI with many human derelicts met on his course The hand clock on Trinitys steeple pointed to four as we again approached the of fice of Randolph Randolph Bob was now moving with a long hurried stride as though consumed with a refer of desire to get to Beulah Sands nor the last 15 minutes I had with difficulty kept him In sight rfad he arrived at a decision and if sQ what was it lasked myself oveV and over again as I plowed through the crowds Bob went straight to Beulah Sands office I to mine I had been there but a moment when I heard deep guttu ral groans I listened The sound came louder than before It came from Beulah Sands office With a bound was at the open door My God the sight hat met my gaze It haunts me even now when years have dulled Its vividness The beautiful quiet gray figure that had grown to be such a familiar picture to Bob and me of late sat at the flat desk in the center of the room She faced the door Her elbows rested on the anatternooJlieadlng when Bob entered God knows ow long she bad been reading it be ore he came Bob was kneeling at he side of her chair his hands clasp d and uplifted in an agony of appeal bat was supplemented by the awful groans ibis ace showed unspeakable terror and entreaty the eyes were bursting from their sockets and were riveted on hers as those of a man in a dungeon might be fixed upon an rrfhiehadfell as though trying to burst some unseen bonds that were crushingout his life With every breath would come the awful groan that had first brought me to him Beulah Sands had half turned her face until here s gazed into Bobs with a sweet child lab perplexity I looked at her surprised that one whom I had always seen so intelligently masterful should be passive in the face of such an guish Then horror of horrors l saw that there was something missing from her great blue eyes I looked gasped Could it possibly be With a bound l was at her side I gazod again Into those eyes which that morning had been all that was intel ligent all that was godlike all that was human Their soul their life was gone Beulah Sands was a dead woman not dead In body but In soul the magic spark had fled She was but an empty shella woman of cltaIdelwas gone What had been a woman was but a child passed my hand across my now damp forehead I closedmy eyes and opened them again Bobs figure with clasped up lifted hands and bursting eyes was still there There still resounded through the room tho awful guttural groans Beulah Sands smiled tho smile of an Infant In the cradle She took ono beautiful hand from the paper and pasted It over Bobs bronzed cheek just as the Infant touches its mothers face with Its chubby fingers In my horror I almost expected to hear the purling of a babe My eyes in tholr perplexity must have wandered from her face for suddenly became aware of a great black headline spread shoIFRIDAY THE 13TH And beneath in one of the col urn ns TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN VIRGINIA The Most Prominent Citizen of the State ex United States Senatqr and ExGovernor Judge Lee Sands of Sands Landing While Insane from the Loss TemporarllyI tune and Millions of Which He Was Throat of His Invalid Wife His Daughters and Then His Own All Three Died Instantly In another column Robert Brownley Creates the Most Disastrous Panic In the History of Wall Street and Spreads Wreck and Ruin Throughout the Country A hideous picture seared Its every light and shade on my mind through my heart into all my soutoA fren ziedfinance harvest scene with ita gory crop In the center one living dead part of the picture yet the ghost left to haunt the painters one oj whom was ajready cowering before the black and bloody c Well did the world anvasIover the door of the can suffer only to the limit then he shall know peace understand the wondrous wisdom of his God Beu lab Sands had gone beyond her limit and was at peace The awful groaning stopped and an ashen pallor spread over Bpb Brown leys face Before could catch him he rolled backward upon the floor as dead Bob Brownley too bad gone beyond his limit I bent over him and lifted his head while the sweet womanchild knelt and cover i his face with kisses calling in a voice like that of a tiny girl speaking to her doll Bob my Bob wake up wake up your Beulah wants you As placed my sand upon Bobs heart and felt Us beats grow stronger as chUdlsbrvolceupon the one thing left of her old world some of my terror passed Ir its place came a great mellowing tense of Gods marvelous wisdom thqught gratefully of mymoth ers always ready argument that the law of laws of Gods and nature it that of compensation I had allowed Bobs head to sink until It rested Beulahs lap and from big calm and steady breathing I could see that he had safely passed a crisis that at least he was not in the clutches ol death as had at first feared Bob slept Beulah Sands ceased hei calling and with a smile raised her fingers to her lips and softly said Hush my Bobs asleep Together we held vigil over our sleeping lover and friend she with the happiness ol a child who had no fear of the awakening I with a silent terror of what would come next I had seen one mind wafted to the unknown that day Was it to have a companion to cheer and solace it on Its far journey to the great beyond 1 Haw long we waited Bobs awakening I could not tell The clocks hands said an hour it seemed to me an age At last his magnificent physique hie unpoisonedi blood and splendid brain pulled him through to his new world of mind and heart tor ture His eyelids lifted He looked at me then at Beulah Sands with eyes so sad so awful in their per plexed mournfulness that I almost wished they had never opened or had opened to let me see the childlike look that now shone from His gaze finally rested on thoeglrls his lips murmured Beulah Bob I thought you would IThere was time to wake up She bent over arid kissed him on the eyes again with the loving ardor a child bestows upon its pets He slowly rose to his feet I could see from his eyes and the shudder that went over him as he caught sight of the paper on the desk that he was himself that memory of the happen ings of the day had not fled In his sleep He rose to his full height his hood wont up and his shoulders back but only from habit and for an in Then he folded Beulah Sands to his breast and dropped his head upon her shoulder He sobbed like a father with the corpse of his child Why Bob my Bob is this the way you treat your Boulah when shes let you sleep so your beautiful eyes IS1thisman who has come to take us to the church Naughty naughty Bob I looked at her at Bob In horror I was beginning to realize the abso lute deadness of this woman From the first look I had known that her mind had fled but knowledge is nbt- alnayarsallzatlon She did not even who I was Her mind was dead to all but the man she loved the man who through all those long days of her suffering she had silently worshiped To all but him she was newborn At the sound ofwedding church Bobs head slowly rose from j her shoulder I saw his decision the Instant I caught his eye I realized the uselessness of opposing It and sick at heart and horrified I listened as he said in a voice now calm and soothing as that of a father to his child Yes Beulah my darling I have slept too long Bob has been naughty but we will make up for lost time Get your hat and cloak and well hurry to the church or we will be late With a laugh of joy she followed him to the closet where hung the little gray turban and the pretty gray jacket He took them from their peg and gave them to her Not a word Jim he bade me In the name of God and all our friend ship not a word Beulah Sands will be my wife as soon as I can end a minister to marry us It Is best best It is right It Is as God would have It or I am not capable of knowing right from wrong Anyway it is what will be She has no father no moth er no sister no one to protect and shield her The system has robbed her of all in life even of herself of everything Jim but me I must try to win her back to herself or to make her new world a happy onea happy one for her CHAPTER VII An pld gambler whose life had been spent listening to the rattle of the dropln bound out little rouletteU was told b a fellow victim as tylsl last Collar went to the relentless tigers maw that the keepers foot was upon an electric button which enabled him t make the ball drop where his stake was not He simply said Thank God I thought that prince- cheats Fate who all through life has hid his tool on the button of my game was the one who did the trick LOng utterlng had driven the old gambler to the losers bible Philosophy Cheated by mans device he knew he had some chance of get ting even but Fate he not combatBob Brownley had thought himself in hard luck when his eyes opened to the fact that he had been robbed by means of dice loaded by man but when Fate pressed the button he saw that his manmade hell was but a feeble imitation andwas satisfied as whoever knows the game of life is satisfied becausehe must be Bobs strong head bowed hiss iron will bent and meekly his soul murmured Thy will be done That night he married Beulah Sands The minister who united the grownup man and the woman who was as a newborn babe saw nothing extraordinary in the match He murmured to me who acted as best man to the groom maid of honor to the bride and father and mother to both We see strange sights we minister of the r Mr Ran Good Bob Has Come Back to Play with Buelah stant know could dolph The sweet little ladyappears- to be a trifle scared My explanation that she and Mr Brpvnley were the awful survivors of the awfulu tragedies of the day was sufficient He was satisfied when he got no other youIa sweet smile as site snuggled closer to Bob Bob and his bride went south to his mother and sisters the next day hisIpay from the balance the notes he had given me a few weeks before There remained something over 5000000 for himself The leading Wall street paper yin its preaching on the panic wound up with manybtackthlrteerithofthKmonth Fridays hut no Friday yet marked from the ra1 r no Saturday Monday T Isdn ay or Thursday yet garvrred40 t nhouse of the past wu vVlgH at- lY welcomed by his 6 tom yesterday 7e pray Heaven no dour ing day may be ordained to go aatnstyyesterdays record for tigerish awful destruction It Is rumored that Mr Brownloy of Randolph Randolph either for himself or his clients cleared 525000000 of profit We believe that this estimate Is low The losses coming through Robert Brownleys terrible on slaught must have run over 5500000000 Wall street and the country will do well to take the moral of yesterdays market to their heart It Is this The concen tration of wealth In the hands ora few Americans is a menace to our financial structure It is the unanimous opinion of the Street that Robert Brownley could never have succeeded In battering down the price of sugar in the very teeth or the Camemeyer and Standard Oil support as he did yesterday without a cash back ing of from 550000000 to 5100000000 If a vast aggregation of money owners delib erately place themselves behind anon slaught such as was so successfully made yesterday why can that slaughter not be repeated at any time on any stock and against the support of any backing When I read this and listened to talk along the same lines I was puz zied I could not for the life of me see where Bob Brownley could have got five to ten millions backing for such a raid mush less fifty to a hun dred Yet twas forced to confess that he must have had some tremen dous backing else how could he have done what I had seen hllJlaot Bob left his wife at hiss mothers house while he went to Sand Land Ing to the funeral After t eold judge and his victims had been laid away and the relatives had gathered in the library of the great white Sands mansion he explained their kinswomans condition and told them that she was his wife He Insisted upon paying all Judge Sands debts over 500000 of which was owed tc members of the Sands family for whom he had been trustee Before he went back to his mothers Bob had turned a great calamity Into an occasion for something near rejoicing Judge Sands and his family were very dear to the people of the section but his misfortune had threat ened such widespread ruin that the unlookedfor recovery ota million and a half was a godsend that made for happiness Two days after the funeral Bobs dearest hope fled He had ordered all things at the Sands plantation put in their everyday condition Beulah Sands uncles aunts and cousins had arranged to welcome her and to try by every means in their powerto coax back her lost mind They assured Bob that barring the absence of 1therethe driveway which led straight from the landing to the vinecovered white pillared portico Bobs agony must have been awful when his wife clapped her hands In childish joy as she exclaimed Oh Bob what a pretty place She gave no sign that she had ever seen the great entrancer through which she had come and gone from her babyhood Bob took her to the library to her mothers room to her own to the nursery where were the dolls and toys of her childhood but there came no sign of recognition nothing but childish pleasure She looked at her aunts and uncles apd the cousins with whom she had spent her life bewildered at finding so many strangers in the otherwise quiet place As a last hope they led in her old black fostermother who had nursed her IIi babyhood who was the companion other childhood and the pet of her womanhood There was not a dry eye In the library when she met the old mammys outburst of Joy with the puzzled gaze of the child who does not understand The grief of the oldne gress was pitiful as she realized that she was a stranger to her honey bird The child seemed perplexed at her grief It was plain to all that the Sands home meant nothing to the last of the judges family Bob brought her back to New York and besought the aid of the aedica experts of America and of the Old World to regain that which had been recalled by its Maker The doctors were fascinated with this new phase of mind blight for in some particulars Beulahs case was unlike any known Instances but none gave hopeoAtF agreed that some wire connecting heart and brain had burned out when ye the cruel System threw on a voltage beyond the wires capacity to transmit All agreed that the womanchild wife would never grow older unless through some mental eruption beyond human power to produce Some of the medical men pointed to one possi bility but that one was too terrible for Bob to entertain The first anniversary of their mar riage found Bob and his wife settled in their new Fifth avenue mansion He had bought and torn down two old houses between Fortysecond and Fortythird streets and had erected a palace the inside of which was unique among all New Yorks unusual struc tures The first and second floors were all that refined taste find unllm ited expenditure of money could produce Nothing on those splendid floors told of the strange things above A sedate luxury pervaded the drawing rooms library c and diningroom Bob saW to me In taking me through them rSome day Jim Beulah may recover may come back to me and I want to have everything as she would wish everything as she would have had it if the curse had never come The third floor was Beulahs A childs dainty bedroom two nurses rooms adjoining a nursery with a childs small schoolroom and a big playroom with dons and doll houses childs toys of every description In abandon as though their owner were in fact but a few years old Across the hall were three offices exact duplicates of mine Bobs and Beulah Sandsat Randolph 8 Randolphs When I first saw them It was with difficulty that I broughtelf to realize that I was y vjkSevcnthPa ti r1 nt n THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1907 1 wk i SI S1SSISIslssIlrA1HHr1r 4 A Piano Placed If In Your Home 0n Trial II IIF YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket tonet in correspondence I yith us Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them in carload I 1iI H PIANOS PRICE 178 UPI rH PLAYER PIANOS S5OO UP g PIANO PLAYERS TPRICE250EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindly send me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial Name O VVVVAddress MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC Fourth Avenue Ky I ele ele el Friday the 13th Continued from Page 6 not where the gruesome happenings of a year before had taken Bob had to the details our downtown workshop Standing in the door of Beulah Sands office I faced the flat desk at which she had sat the afternoon when I first saw that hideous result of the work of the System I could almost see the lit tie gray figure holding the afternoon p paper In horror my eyes sought the floor the side of the chair ip search of Bobs agonized face and uplifted bands As I stood for the first time in the middle of Bobs handwork I seemed to hear again thospawfulE roansIJim Bob said I have a haunt ing idea that some day Beulah willi wake anrd look around and think has been but a few minutes asleep If she should she must have nothing to disabuse her mind until we break the news to her I have instructed her nurses one or the other o whom never loses sight of her night or day to win her to the habit of spending her time at her old desk I have told them always to be prepared for her and when it comes they are instantly to shut off the rest of the floor and house until I can get to her Here comes Beulalj now Out of the nursery came a laughing happy In spite of her finely developed figure which hhd lost nothing of its wonder ful beauty and the exquisite face and hair and great blue eyes which were as fascinating as ton the day she first entered the offices of Randolph Randolph in spite of the gray gown with dainty turnedover dace collar I could hardly bring myself to believe that she was anything but a young child AVith an eager look and a happy laugh she went to Bob and throwing her arms about his neck covered his face with kissestGood Bob has come back toplay with Beulah she said she knew he would They told Beulah Bob had gone away to the woods to gather pretty flowers Beulah knew if Bob had gone to the woods he would have taken Beulah with him Now Bob must play school with BeulahT She sat at her desk and opened her childs schoolbook With mock severity she said Bob cat What does it apell For half an hour Bob sat and played scholar and teacher by turns all the patience of a fond fathers With difficulty I kept back the tens the sad sight brought to my eyes For the first year of Bobs marriage we saw but little of him at the office The Exchange saw less He had wandered in upon the floor two or three 1tothe victim of Tam Reinhart cold blooded Seaboard Air Line dea Oth erwise it knew nothing of the affair His friends never met his wife Oc rownjJey njleyIt seemed quite natural that hfe wife l ishould choose seclusion after the aw i itUl tragedy at her home in Virginia ti But they could not understand why with such cause for the i d f Sons Decker Sons Hanes Bros Sterling Schubert Arm strong Marshall Wendell Foster Co i SohmerCecilian Farrandljcilian and the Autopiano lii J The llinA player thatcaabe at 1 tachedto any make piano lfi In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a pianoin your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we wjll take it out and the trial will not cost you a cent I INCORPORATED CO 628630 Louisville reproduced minutest awakening childwoman TomanlyI goldenbrown closefitting mourning Chickerinff eeleele eleelle II exquisite figure beside Bob m the victoria should always be garbed in gray After a while It was whispered that there was something wrong in Bobs household Then his friends and acquaintances ceased to whisper or to think of his affairs With all New Yorks bad pointsand they are as plentiful as her church spires and charity bazaarsshe has one offset ting virtue If a dweller in her midst chooses to let New York alone New York is willing to reciprocate In her most crowded fashionable districts a erson may come and go for a lifetime and none In the block in which he dwells will know when his coming and going ceases When a New Yorkr er reads in his newspaper of the man- swho lives next door to him murder and his bony discovered by thegas or the tax collector the butcher or the baker as the c se may be1ie never thinks he mayhave been remiss n his neighborly duties Continued Next Week Eagle Kidnaps Child a A little child belonging to D Ml flitrfee a merchant of Brnxton county W Va was nearly Vanled away by a large bald eagle The child was playing in the dooryard of its home when the immense bird swooped down catching the child about the shoulders and waist with its claws The screams ILITERALLY BARD THEM DOWN Ior the little one attracted its father came gut of his store just as the bird was ralslug the child Mr lllffee immediately seized out of the rakes which he hail on display In front of his store and with It literally raked down the bird and child The child was injured but little while the parent mnnnped to deal the bird sev eral tolling blows with the rake De spite this It managed to fly to some tail trees hear by where while nursing Its injuries it was killed by n rifle hall The eaglets one of the largest errseen In thatpart of the country jjg j e eeleeleeleeeI Old World And Neta By W s ODLL- NCopjr0WIW bu homer Sprague iL r He looks as If bepwere one of the statues just a par wonderful IIroJJedmore Izeslx feet tOut If he Is an inch Her aunt Mrs Hammcll swung around sharply Who Oh that guard It Is his hel met uiy dear child and his high heeled boots Wouldnt you think hed be shamed to like that at the head of the brand staircase Did you ever see so much gilt braid and shiny leath er on one human beingtMrs Hammells gradual crescendo and Penelope forth a protesting hand Dout1 speak so loud auntie dear 1 He might understand But the great square shouldered fig ure in glittering uniform stood as im pa sive as the knight lathe old Gobe lin tapestry before which Mrs Ham mell stood enraptured though she continued to criticise the kings guard Thats just the difference between our soldiery and what wesee abroad Every one of our lads holds possibili ties of doing big things Foreign sol diers are more puppets Penelope replied with conviction I dont agree with you That man has the face the hearing of one who vylll some day do things that are worthwhile He makes me think of that tapestry knight setting out to fIght for his true love Mrs Hamiuell gasped and closed her Baedeker with a snap My dear Penelope I am amazed If you behave this way over the first handsome man you see in uniform how will you feel by the time wehavis attended a few receptions and mot tfitr real nobility rising young diplomat1 and all that sort of thing Thoroughly disgusted I presume said Penelope coldly and I hope we shall not go to any receptions whore tiny men with waxed mustaches and unlacing steps will look through my backbone to daddys newly acquired bank account It Is because that man is so bjgso strong and looks us If ho could move heaven audr earth to achieve for the woman he loved that 1 was studying him It is so seldom that I meet a man whom I could look up to envied Penelope with a sIgh for her the feet eleven Inches of graceful slenderness I was considering him only as an abstract quantity a hypo thetical man so to speak I should hopo so was her auntjs IifdlKnaut reply Why these special guards of the Ring are gathered In the north of Italy solely for their height the guidebook says and no doubt he was found grubbing In some wretched farm or vineyard In Now York he wouldbe working In the subway Penelope turned and started to cross the great throne room where through an open window the soft Italian suu light beckoned to her The martial figure at the entrance so close to the Gobelin tapestry had not moved the half of an Inch but above the gold fbruld on his collar and rising up the 1 r peak of his helmet was an unmistakable flush trucksbutShe crossed to the window resting her i head wearily on her gloved hand HerIglance traveled over the great yard of the palace while Mrs Ham tapestrylungHe understood English every wordI we said How intolerably stupid of us And auntie said he probably grubbed on a farm No woondcrthese foreigners ithink we We are so secure and slug in our Igno ranee of their language that we cannot believe they understand ours Penelopeknew settlingWhywith Romes beautiful outdoor life Its drives anal walks Why must she spend days anti days Inmusty churches and hideously garish palaces She looked back Into the room Lovely shadows softened the gilt frames and furniture red and blues blended Into rIghtfacednbmptly watch her as she stood thus at the window Well it served her right for talking about human beings as If they were statues or curios That nightshe wrote In her diary Spent entire afternoon in the royal palace Tapestries remarkable hut rather boring Bedrooms reserved foji various royal guests reminded me of WaldorfAstoria Were not permitted to enter ffoyal suit of coarse but heard lajurliter of royal children through folding doors and n hurdy gurdy playing In what must have been the nursery Italy Is a place of thrills shouts The nntivesare learning I ug lisp the better to do you my dear Penelope Gardiner held off the plateI card at arms length and studied it criticallyIts lovely Penyou ought to charge more for your work You could get It you know Rich women We to patronize girls like you Who once ate oft their plates Instead of painting plate cards for them I think I will charge Mrs Fitch halt a dollar more for each of these cards They were done to match her Italian villa dining room you know What Ildo know pursued Penel opes caller ji that yin are going with me to Archie Hunters studio tea this afternoon The way you have shut yourself otfrolD all of us jut because your father dropped money in jt the wrong copper mine is Irfexeusableh Penthere are s many In spite of your mouoy and loco you more now heat se you havent any wont you come StInthollh mself couldnt retuseII you Kathie sald Penelope pusblngtaside her work I am what is mow I shall wear my new sprht gtlock made over from one that a myIn lather to glory in the filet that she was self supporting able to face the worldC which had promised her so much and Itthen withdrawnits hypocritical smiles lJstudlconfused murmur of well bird voices Jolly glad to see your exclaimed Hunter looking up into Peuelopes blue eyes Sometimes he had thought that If he could have looked IisnldIsnt It n good crowd today You bringthemhave you Hello there old chap I IIwouldntPen Hunter rattled on Who ever heard of a six foot Italian with blond hair at than My friend Hunter said that he would not make of me either a lou piv yet a curio but listen how he talks Sonic one turned on an electric light and before its flush the soft shadows of thq studio disappeared Penelope gave a little gasp and slowly from Leccas fate eer vestige of color faded ijenelope recovered first 4jAh there is Dorothy Kent pouring temllmow It will be worth drink- Ing And Lecca dazed watched the trail of a shimmering del blue voile skirt across Hunters priceless rugs to the tea table There for several min utes she stood with her back turned full upon the group around her host and his guest of honor She was the center of another JilU h fahgroup when she felt his compelling- gaze drawing her away from the chatter Hunter was speaking to her in a wile which the tense nervous girl did hot realize was one of renunciation Lecca lugs been unpacking mine of his traps In my farther room lie winos to know If you would like to seO thuiu Its an honor Pen Even I have hot seen the picture he expects to 1exhlbtt at the academy next mouth Htp a tIne fellow Met him lust year In Paris Awfully glad he hits tlll cnIa shine to you Without speaking IVnelopc passed through the dooi whose hangings Lee cn drew aside for her lie crossed to a auvas and threw back the drapery wllich hid It l hove named it The Old World and thc New he said simply tfenelopo looked with widening lyesIThere was the tapestried walHof throne room in all Its old world colorl Ings faded In traces almost obscure while against It vital full of grace and vigor was the figure of au alert American girl clad In navy blue broadcloth a velvet picture hat on nor sof brown hair and a great bouquet orIRoman violets at her pelt You sce1 hoe done what you said something worth while and haying done itIliuve come to show it to you aiid your people I wauled you to Lrt tT + itlMerchant Professional Man Farmer I c C twYou need stationary You may think you dont need it but you do A business letter written upon a piece of tablet paper loses its effect in the business world as soon as it is opened A nicely neatly printed letter head has its weight with the man who recieves the letter Dont Write on Tablet Paperf r The man who receives your letter may wrongly decide that you are like the paper NO GOOD Let The Sun print you SOO Letter Heads for 375O r v SOO Envelopes for i l 4 15Os e Or if you dont need that many we will priht100 i letterheads and 100 envelopes for 100 both for i TheSunSpringf1eId ONE DOLLARti a i 1 ID ttH a tiMImlti m Itic know that you had made It 10ssltIcI Is not for sale He drew himself proudly and she reached out her ead pleadingly And If it asllcould not buy It Much has happened to tie since the daYln the throne room We we have everything Ah The man drew a long deep Pate has indeed been kind otherwise I might not speak I was foolish boy unworthy sou of a gifted father proud of my authority in the royal r toy uniform faugh guarlinnd cauc and the man in me shame You said could do it Have I done It well to please you She bowed her head and then raised again Yes without the helmet and the high heels he still towered above and thou her eyes tell before his earnest gaze That dnyIt was the same the glance the lash you will forgive me the message of love In our country ealsrmade Today I may be artist to our king Will you come Xo my king yes And though his next words were of his own country the girl understood- for the language of love Is the same the old world and In the new THE SUN 1 of ti in a to of the by To all use to cure at of all the local news J 400 IN jW P it nal one L and N Teams only No 91 43 f 41 yt at Springfield 825 p m 1240 p ml 705 p m at 1100 a ml 606uat Bardstown 650u 522 600U Trains No 42 No No 525 a m 715 p Bardstown 800 k Bardstown 655 845 u 410 p m Louisville I TilE SUN AND t BQtbll C 0temrlBryans CommonefL75Weekly Weekly Louisville Herald 125 American 150 Weekly Cincinnati r 175 Weeklv Constitution 175 SemiWeekly Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly Louis Globe Democrat 175 ThriceaWook New York World 175 Home and Farm 125 Agriculturist i 175 American Epitomistr 150 American 150 Breeders h 225 Country Gentleman v 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside 175 Reviews 325 Lippincotts Magazine 285 Magazine 400 Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 435 Harpers Weekly 4 35 Sunny South 150 jc1Ai L Appendicitis- Is due large measure abuse bowels employing drastic gatives avoid danger only f3afeiogeGuaranteed headache bilious HaydonRober THE DAILY Kentucky State Journal Incorporated Published the Capital The State PressdisPatchesof ofApnpealstration and SUBSCRIPTION PER ANNUMts ADVANCEt WALTON Frankfort Ky The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour year 4 Railroad Time Table Incoming DailyJ r Jt1 ArriveS Arrives Bardstown735 IArrives Junctn 906H Leaves Louisville 130U 430U Outgoing Daily Daily onlyNO ft Daily t J ve8 Springfield alO in- tLe Junctn ti12uU 220u 1at 745u 935545pm Atlanta St St Farmer Gazette Review s both Suny CLUBBING WITJIal f The Sun and The Louisville Times one yenr5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 a Same including Sunday 8 20 The Sun and daily Courier Journal any three days in the week 3 78 r dailyCouricrJournalany days the week six y- monthSy 230 the Sunday Cour ierJournal one car 2 80 The Sun and the Louisville dailyIHerald one yearJ 2 50 I The EveningPost trYy 8 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 19 1901I BRYAN i BRYANi a BRYAN t XHarry E Rice in Zenia Ohio Herald F It takes no gifted seer erudite sag or sapient soothsayer to name the ne x President of the United States The finger of fate points to Wm J Bryan Commoner Commoner because he is of and for the people Commoner be cause he voices the principles of ideal government Commoner becausein these days of sordid rule and reckles- ambition he stands for the wise tenets of Democracy laid down by the unsel fish founders of the nation Commoner because he is the greatest living expo- nentt of the Golden Rule Wm J Bryan lives in the presence of the shades that published and pro Independencejustly say he is he reincarnation of the Give me liberty or give me death spirit The uplifting of men of Bryan courage fearlessness and adherence to right clearcut ndeniable right means the perpetuity the Republic suchrcharacter and destroy their faith i ninwhat he advocates and YQU brace th e dawn of the day of the real brotherhood of man ten centuries distant The pregnantjtime the dangerous sit uation the ovc rhanging club of oligarchy the darkening clouds of tli storm of insatia corruption and th growing disregs rd for the fundament als of popular yernment all demand the election of 3ryan In his positio for two decades as evangelist of the Golden Rule the pub lic at first capt pus critical and dis trustful has seen him grow in political size splendor and importance until n w by commo consent he iq the sun around which even the present Chie- t Executive revolyes and shines by re fleeted glory for who can deny that Roosevelts strength and popularity Y are due almost wholly to his preach ment and practice of Bryanism the re- pellant 1 Bryanism of 96 and 1900 t The shrill warning a decade ago tThetrusts get us if we don out is pow the Bryan banner under which Theodore Roosevelt him self parades to the stirring music ot Out with Harriman and down with the Big Grafters Who else is there in the broad land besides Bryan that could emerge from the enfilading of ten years of calumny opprobium and misrepresentation and be pushed forth today on the platforfr of public praise as The Ideal American Citizen fThere is but one avenue left open for Thatthestraight thoroughfare as true as a micrometer leads to Bryans nomina t tion in 190- 8Defeat has not soured him Fame has not spoiled him Adulation has not weakened him He rises today the oinveryis the way to Government bj the Good Can he wint is the anxious question of the timidi Can he win AH reason all nature all history an swers yes Trwyliaf of the Repub licans are for Byait Amazing No No man can follow Bryan year in and year out without responding to his call to come help saVe the country from th Grafters No man can listen to hi plain honest common sense logic ant not be moved ftp longer is there a when the paine of Bryan is men 5tioned Wild applatlse follows no diff erence if it is a religious convention His simple unostentatious life which that plain black alpaca coat is an index has not been liVed in vain The f seeds from the philosophy he preached thie nation calls out 4Bryan Bryahi And Bryan it will be The time is propitious Roosevelt Commissioners Sale WashingtonxCircuit Court Ky t rIHays etc plaintiffs vs JatpesLMoor defendant equity By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the ay term 1907 in the above styled cause I shall proceed offer for sale at the Court House doo in Springfield Ky on the 24th day o June 1907 at g oclock p m or thereabout being County Court day to the highest Bidder at Public Auc tion upon a six and twelvemonths the following described property towit or sufficient thereof produce the sums pf money so orders- to be made J A tract of land n Washington County Kentucky bounded beginning at- point a on Long Lick corner to Mrs Billy Arnold thence up a small drain 11 paces tp a stone corner to same thence with her line to a stone corner to J R Williams thence with thenceku 28J acres For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearin legal interest from date of sale unt paid and having tie force and effect a Judgment Bi ders will be prepared- to comply promptly with these terms M G LEACH AN M C W C C I i1 has properly barred himself from the contest and Taft is in front of the dirk ii the house of friendslr Cannon is top old Hughes is tied to p lIt ical adolescense R distant from the masses and um 01toobilically the ally of the It is Bryan and he office with the invocation RooseveltThe of partisan obloquy an themegranttin the resonant chorus of vindication over his claims ontentions and argu ments in a storm and strenuous past WhQ is there so brazen and presump tlous as to again repeat the hated epithet Anarchist Who is left to Orasd Where are the parrotmouthed minions of the mighty deep in legislative cor ruption and skullduggery that spewed and spouted up staccatohke repetitions sirensagents and woe and want and misery that thenup in thet froth of their own folly drowned un pubsof astigma tism has been torn by the knowledge that comes with bitter experience = an musinsurance hugh corporations and in great com Bryandism name no provokes a Mephistophelean sneer Wall street noc longer snickers It has sat up and is taking noticeIbettereaway an avalanche of high prices Theodore himself rigged out in the Commoners armor and shouting what were once called Bryan platitudes is playing viola to Bryans first violin while the whole people are at the bass drum helping to swell the noise to drive out the devils of economic disturbance 100taifBryanFor flyinTeddyHe wears your sword today He even draws your pay sighintFor magnates no more yin youYouYoull get it this time too Marion County Falcon Mrs A J Whitehouse died at her home in the Haysville neighbor hdpd Tuesday morning from the effects of a stroke of paralysis received a few days prior to her death The funeral was heldbot the Haysville church Wednesday and the remains were laid to rest cemetery here ilthe Mr J H carrier on rural route Np 4 purchased an automo bile from Mr Henry Coleman and asI soon as he learns to operate the ma chine he will make his route with it Everybody works butFather is now dolefully sung by the other carriersl as they imagine the ease and system in which Mr Estes supplies his patrons along his territory aehalf interest in the Modern Grocery iCo and has taken charge of same Mr McAtee has many friends who will be glad to know that he is again pleas antly situated He is a splendid busi ness man and has always been honor withthe am Hagan will make a team in business that will prove to be winners Mr James Wheat Phillips returned yesterday from a prospecting trip of three weeks to Oklahoma Indian Ter ritory and other points in the West Mr Phillips thinks 0 clahoma and Indi an Territory is the gi oat st country he ever saw He pur based four town lots at Blanchard I T and will re turn to that country next fall and will make Oklahoma City his headquarters Mr E Carl Litsey and family have moved into their pretty and cozy home 0on Market street which they recently KnotfCzolgosz Terrifies Newspapers Cleveland Ohio June 16 Michael Czolgoszdent to decided he would force the newspapers to cease name He created a scene uSil1gjhiS cc by making dire threats half the office force trembling I serve notice upon you light now fistgthat Ill fix you if you dont let me alone Ill do It even if the Goven myifwont use it again h ouuscrlbe for The Sun LOO year NEWSY LETTER From MackvilleMarriages and Other Local News of Interest i For The Sun Readers It is an old saying A dry June for a good crop year We have had rain in abundance since this month set in and the ground is washed badly Long Lick has ben past fording several times and Glenns Creek flooded its banks an4 did some damage Culti vation has been retarded to some extent Yet we have a cheerful outlook Corn although set back by late cold spells is looking well many having plowed it twice and thinned out Wheat rye oats and the meadows promise an abundant yield Fruit seems to be a failure except the berries they will be plentiful Tne gardens furnish nearly all the vegetables used at this time of yeaf and beans will be on the table in few days It has been a great time for setting plants The acreage of tobacco is not so great as previous years on account of scarcity of plants but of those set out few have perished There seems to be a scarcity of Jab or many of the boys having gone to fields afar and pastures green whichcauses many to grumble at the rise in wages There has been but little sickness of a serious nature and but few recent deaths and we should all feel thankful Stock of all kinds is in demand and brings good prices As it was in the days of Noah so it is at the present they still marry and are given in marriage Cyclones nor water spouts nor any of the wonderful phonemena of nature seems to check the joyful anticipations of this arrang mentneither do I condemn it for it is just and proper On the 12th inst at the residence of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Woodson B Hatchett Miss Ora Hatch ett and Mr George Keightly son of Mr J Keightly were united in marriage by their pastor Rev R L Pur dom of the Baptist church There was a large assembly to witness the ceremony and many presents were giv en The married couple started in a closed coach on a wedding tour of in deffinate duration The bride is a blonde of quite a acmating type and is greatly admired fpr her beauty domestic arid social accomplishments and has a host of friends The groom is a young farmer of intehgence morality and in dustry We wish them much joy May their Bargue sail over the matri monial sea in placid waters steering clear of those breakers that wreck aoj many lives and at last reach a haven or safety beyond the river of time Miss Edna Haydon daughter of Mrs Sue Shewmaker of this place an Carnilus Gillespie son of H C Gilles pie of this place were married at Jellico Tenn on the 12th inst haying accomplished their wedding and tour in one The bride is a graceful charming beauty of the brunette type and is much loved for her many good qualities of heart and mind The groom is a young farmer of industrious habits and has many warm friends May the white thread of promise an hope with the golden thread of pros perity and peace be woven by th hand of faith into the warp and woof that constitutes the web of life May they walk in obedience and trust Him to whom they have given a sacred vow Success o The Sun may it still tinue to illumine our mental horizo- with its rays of light and its editor reach the goal of aspiration he so just ly deserves CASUAL Farmer as BaitI z6Jogtheuse to the fanner are the earthworm and the slug The reply of one promising pupil read The earthworm Is of use to the farmer because ho eats the Insects and minute animals that are destructive to crops he is also useful because he can use him as bait when the farmer goes fishing Judge rciCcxj Ice Cream Soft Drinks I have opened an Ice Cream and Soft Drink Parlor in the roo saloonIndto call upon me Cream willbe furnished in Bulk Cheaper than you can freeze it c tJs PRICEiOOcCOoooooooo itlcw +M +e M I Great Opportunity j MtfHM 4yzrj Styf a t bttji Chautauqua ir1H i 1 July 18th to July 21 1907 f i eniand camp out with your families for ten days and let the wife and little ones joy the good things our program Every day will be full interes 1 I i 1itT iSPECIAL ATTRACTIONS lit JULY 19 tit + AthleticJULY 20 Hon Wm J Bryan L J Beau t champ Weslegan Quartette t IJULY 23 Hon Ben Pitchfork Tillman L B Spafford Cartoonist Moving Pictures JULY 25 421George R Stuart Father E P Gra ham Booth Lowerv JULY 27 Guy Carleton Lee S Gillilan Chautauqua Day everyday25inono III a w of pt W letes i can camp and do your own or camp and one or more at W boardinghouseTents rent up in size and up in price 4 Send for tent and apply for all information to rllrx Thomas M Cornelison Secretary 444444Mte 4 aamltl 14l4z LrlKl+ + + + + = + + + + + MOORESVILLE dBorn since our last to the wife of Jas 1ruax an eight pound girl Mr Asher Hendricks died June 14 of a complication of diseases He was 1in the sixtythird year of his age In terment in Rock Bridge cemetery the following day- Lightning struck the barn of Matt Truax last Thursday doing but damage as it was empty It is used theirdwas in it at the time it was struck eThere were good crowds out to hear Bro Benight preach last Sunday morning and night Mrs Clara Chesser and daughter Miss Annie visited her father Mr SaturdaynSeveral of our were field last Saturday evening Mr Jeff Smith is confined to his room with infirmities due to age Willie Armstrong is quite ill of pneumonia Mr Dan Donovan wife and sjjent last Sunday with her father Jas CIl We attended childrens exercises at Alaud Christian church last Sqnday night and can trulY say every one did his or her part well There was a crowd present As I saw Frizzle Head there I will wait for her to give anJ elaborate description of the affair- LOCUSTkGROVE Mr and Mrs James Claybrooke and Mrs Durrett of Springfield spent Sunday with A L Litsey Mesdames Emma Baker Mattie Dragoo Misses Sue and Bertha Edger ton and Hugh and Mitt Leachman at tended childrens day at Maud Sunday Leachman and sister Miss RoemMontgomeryuMiss Nancy Thompson Mr Will Merritt and wife were to Lebanon last week by the illness of their niece Miss Nannie Dahoney Tom Graves asked for a 11toughthem chew on it and they will throw off the gas and get allright TATHAM SPRINGS Many from here attended church at Rock Bridge Sunbay Mr E W Smith Miss Mattie Brown Mt + M To have jolly Good Time Z at the + + e Come ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST AT THE t n LEBANON CHAUTAUQUA +JULY 19 AT 8 P M 4iCornelisonand conditions ATHLETIC CONTEST For High Schooland Academy AthIPrize fur best in following +events 100 yard dash Running broad jump Running High Jump putting 12 pound shot etc July 19 at 330 p m Clay Pigeon Tournament and Exhi bition Shooting July 23 and 24 willFurnish 1 i iYou out cooking take meals t+ for 10x12 andj3 +inapplication t tIttt little baby large nightClifton called nvT w CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO ILong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL President A Oenl Manager Mr Earl Cheatham and Miss Lee Steel spent Sunday afternoon Most ot the farmers around through setting tobacco Mr I P Johnson attended the at Chaplin last Week Much damage was done last crops on bottoms caused by rains G W Shirley was in Springfield day last week Mr Jack McChord of Sprin spent last Sunday at the hotel Mr John Sutherland and wife Willisburg were here Sunday Bad Aim Causes fugitives Lebanon yJune 17Ed gate of the southern part of the ty was shot and instantly killed day He was supposed to have crazy and had threatened the some of his neighbors Sheriff pearLELAND and Chief of Police Thompson his home to arrest him and he tI ened to kill the first man that the door Finally Tungate and tried to make his escape officers told him to stop and then shooting at him firing flt his legs one ball went too high and through his body v Cost of Wr Hartford Herald The cost of is enormous in life suffering money Up to June30th of last the immense sum ot 3459860311 been paid bv the United States ment to soldiers their widows children and dependent relatives count of military services in wars And this does not take in many thousands of lives lost value to their relatives and t6 country cannot be estimated in and cents- Subscribe for The Sun LOO HUME Asat Gen Mr TDWEI Springfield Market Hams 15c Sides ISHo wax25c per pound J5c to 20c per pound Hens 9c Spring 15o v 5c per pound a 7o per pound MealTSc to 80c pet bushel 13c dozen eathers44uPerPoundrStotto ro t5750 per pound r 4 Wheat taro 50c oafs 40 1 id90o to Sloo per barrel iproductsBran ahlpstunViliOOiper Country 75a tif S143 and H85 per barrel 10 per pound 1 4 per pound fy Sac to foe per gallon Bnrryim 4o clear 20c tabwzSorg nm45c to 5oc we86c a pipe- SUBSCRIBEiiS FREE COLUMN J Cecil R F D 5has for ale od Duroc Jersey boar B Hatchett Mackville has for50 yearling steers and heifers Riley Springfield haSagrass pasture and wants six or cows 2 a month Bros Valley Hill have fortwo or three tobacco beds E Hagan Springfield D 1 wants to buy two ooh sows with not less than eight apiece T Snider Rt 1 has for sale or 20000 feet of good lumber C McElroy wants to buy a good grade cows with calves S Gibbs Springfield wants to 100000 pounds of wool Oder Booker Ky has for several oak logs some large oak and come cedar posts suitable building purposes G Grundy Valley Hill has for a cow a ca i