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Digital page images are linked to the text file. nnDEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY VOLUME III SPRINGFIELD KY WEDNESDAY I JUNE 26 1901i MUMIEk 2- I f EEtEEE iEiEEE w GOOD ADVICE TO FARMERS w iL Not many farmers who have been raising tobacco for the mar n II Iiket in years past have ever held tneir crops for summer delivery Therefore a few words to those still holding their tobacco in barns at home will not come amiss In the first place the tobacco should be hung very close in fact pressed moderately together as this will prevent much loss in weightwhich happens when often coming in and going out of case In this closehung condition it should be left until it gets the ad Vantage of as much hot weather as possible thereby insuring the tobacco a thorqugh drying Consult Mr Ware before taking your I tobacco down If it should come into the warehouse in too high case so that there is likely to be damaged tobacco after prizing it will have to be at the owners risk and expense This extra ex pense means that the tobacco will have to be rehung in the ware house here and the warehouse company can not advance money on it until it is in condition to insure keeping One of the besttests is that after tyo or three dry still days the tobaccois found early in the day say before 8 oclock to be in good case there will be little risk in bulking it to keep Follow these directions and let every man who knows how to ijharigle in summer order render what assistance and advice he can Ii r to his neighbor t With our drying plant next season we will not W ur j have this trouble tijtiIwill be glad to answer any questions growers may wish to W ask me in Reference to this matter Respectfullyi a IrfJ A CALL FOR 1 MR McCHORD L iRepresentative Farmers Announce him For the Legisla 4 pre The following announcement was re ceived top late last week for publica tionWe the undersign hereby an nounce WC McChord candidate to represent this Washington County in the next General Assembly of Ken tucky subject to the action of the Democratic Party M G Leachman E D Sutton 1 L Warner J H Hays Len Riley J F Shewmaker GDShewmaker J C Brown John Fairres Clarence Hays Andy Lawson R S Warner J H Turner E W Smith John Sutherland Wm Sutton J T Sutherland P Q Shewmaker R A Thompson J A Ryan Joseph A Janes T J Medley CT McClain J R Fowler L C Yoimg Ben D Clement- sJ P EHelen Watt OBryan R M OsbornSr Sari Nally Kent McIntyre iR L Clements TC M Blanford J L Catoa TFMontgomery F F Mudd Earle Whiteman WSH Payne Everett Croak J A Tucker Y T Reed T p Sweeney S E Yocum WB Vandyke C P Goatley J K Goatley J Y Hardesty R L Gray E L Sweeney L E Cull Geo F Moul DjBi Reddick D P- Sam Cheatham WfW Cull Scott Jas S Truax J W Cutsinger C F Cutsinger- E A Boblitt F WCurtsinger Ed Cheatham G W Gngsby J B Williams W E Yocum DL Humphrey W R Moore JNShehanMD Ham Pile Evan Crow Luther Kitsch W T Hardesty S Cheatham JoimCrowEd Grigsby J R Williams Robt Thompson Berry Pinkston Clel Hardesty Abe Cheatham H4 T Scott AndrewWilkerso DaVe Hardesty E A Smothers HJ R Thompson Luther A Burns H B McElroy- H S Clements H D Stiles Kent Smith Aoj B Baker H E Case S Y Goode W F Goode OB Pope 0 P Brown R L Brady Sie Lawrence Wy L Hillard H J C ecanoegher CJ B Pope L M handler W T Wayne- J Po Best IaS Goatly- J H Gray Gi Gray Ed GrayJ E Gray BoswellfftHenry Keen Bruce Keen WPMontgomery M Reed I R R Isham W B Rudd Thos Duncan A L Litsey r f 0- T r tw John Hall Hugh HallanW H Leachman T P Moore W A Clements S PThompson but R D Riley J S YflnkeyJc uOld Joet i Glasgow Ky June 19J st how or when he received his cognomen no one seems to know but should you call the of name Old Joe anywhere along the Cumberland river above Celina Tennp your hearers will at once become atS tentive and usually the querry Have and you seen him orU Who Jsaw him Old last will greet your rem Joe is an immense catfish an eight to nine feet long and it is a thought will weigh more than two hundred pounds He was first seen about twenty years ago in the Cumberland rivet where Marrowbone creek empties cumbefandI J and always near where he was first seen The farthest point that he haslever been known to roam was a mile Many plans to capture or kill Old Joe have miscarried and from the way he has eluded the various traps and snares set for him he must be wise as well as large Fishermen anxious to possess Old Joes scalp haye camped- on the river for weeks remained all day waiting for a chance shot placed poison in the river dynamited all along for a mile and after becoming worn out would leave in disgust only to learn trom someone that Old Joe had been seen the day they broke camp floating near the surface of the water evidently enjoying a sun bath After Old Joes habitation was established steamboat men began to look for him and there are very few pilots on the upper Cumberland that have not seen Old Joe If at any time a pilot spoke of having seen a log or snag in that locality he was promptly told that it waS Old Joe Recently a well known pilot on he Cumberland river had a good look a the King of the Upper Cumberland and in ing of his observations says Somej time since I had the pleasure of seeing this enormous catfish In length I suppose it would measure close to eight feet possibly more I was in a position to get a good view of himI while on duty m the pilot house being so high above the water I could see him clearly Noticing V break 1n the water I thought it was d large snajj I had gotten on the opposite side of my wheel in order to steer around what it was I called to the clerk through the trumpet to get his gun and get the big fish I was getting close on him when the clerk appeard with his gun and he could only see the waves that- theKing of the Cumberland macld on his descent to the deep Old Joes habitation is in the neighborhood of the mouth of Marrowbone creek This fish I suppose would weigh over two hundred pounds His tail seemed to be larger than a palm leaf fan As Old Joe has been a familiar figure for twenty or thirty years it is hard to even surmise how old he is but rivermen are of the opinion that he must be more than fifty years old eI 4 s I II LOCAL ROUNDUP I First Meeting In 45 Years Mr J W Olliver of Logan county Arkansas is visiting his brother Mr J N H Olliver of Mooresville Mr Olliver has been hying in Arkansas about thirtyfive years but was born and reared in Lyon county near Ed dyville this Static This is the first time the two brothers have met 10I fortyfive years and naturally meeting was a happy one Mr J N H Olliver enlisted in the Union army in 62 and at the close of the war set tled in another section of the Stared other than his home consequently the separation off the brothers resulted Mr Olliver called on The Sun Mont day and during the course of a conversation said that the people of Arkansas were prosperous that cotton raisers are receiving almost double the usual price for cotten The increase in price Mr Olliver states is due to the organization of the farmers They organized Ir made a demand for higher prices Mr Olliver is a stanch Democrat he does not especially admire Gov Davis but he Jeff always mana ea to get there and stay there He will be in the countyseveraldays Rev C L Collins Mere Sunday Rev C L Collins Superintendent the Kentucky AntiSaloonLeaguer at the Baptist church last morning He reviewed the work done by the League in Kentucky explained its plans for the future Collins occupied the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday night but electrical and rain storm prevented large crowd attending Mr Collins friends in Springfield were glad tosee him and hope that he will soon ViSltI the town again Lynne Bush Successful t Mr Lynne Bush son of Mr and Mrs W Bush of this place has passed the examination and will enter the Academy at Annapolis Mr Bush has been attending a preparatory school at Annapolis for only a few weeks and when it is considered that fewapplicants pass until they haye had at least a years training in a preparatory school it is a pretty testi monial to his scholarship A letter recently received from Prof R L Werntz of the U S Naval Academy Preparatory School Compliments Lynne in the folloing language He is a steadygoing wellbalanced wellbehaved industrious and ambitious boy He has kept his eyes and ears open and his hands at work and I have high hopes that he will succeed If you have any more out ther like him at any time do not fail to see that they join us We want that character of boy All we have to do is to teach him we do not haye to discipline him Many boys require more atten inIcreaseboydoes not Wllike friends in Springfiolcj con him and t his career in the Naval AcadqmYattnr1ap otis will be brilliant and credible Ha will be at home this week to rerr ain1 while with his parents before entering school Old Watermelon Time Mr H C Ferrill of near wil burg was in The Sun office Monday and informs us that the prospect for a large crop of watermelons is unusually good Gratifying indeed we are afforded food for sweet contemplation Mr Ferrell says he has five acres of melons and that they are now very promising He requests The Sun to say that he in tends to guard this patch when the melons become ripe and that water melon thieves will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law r ra t Ilutting Scrape II At a late hour Monday nightAmos Hod who resides in the northern section of the county was quite severely cut by an unknown pirty Mr Hood been here to attend county court and was on his way home when he became involved in a quarrel with an unknown man who proceeded to use a knife Hood after being cut came to town and managed to arouse Lieut Wm O Reed who is stopping at the Walton Hotel telling the Lieutenant he Hood was dead Lieutenant believe it and called Dr Re Bards who found it necessary to take several stitches in Hoods back in order close the wounds He is not thought to be dangerously hurt Mr McChord In Anderson rlIonW C McChord was in Law last Saturday where he delivered a speech upon the tobacco situaf tionThe farmers of Anderson county Will build a warehouse arrangements eying been made last Saturday after- r McChonTs speech to take the mater up and the plans will be vigor usly pushed Death of Frank Clements Mr Frank Clements Jrson of Mr and Mrs Geo Clements of Chicago Ills died at the Springfield Hotel here this morning at 540 of a complication- of diseases He was between fifteen and sixteen years old and was an intelligent young man He came here two weeks ago from Chicago and went to Tatham Springs hoping that the water there would give him relief His grandfather Mr Frank ClementsSr resides at Fredericktown and is one of the best known men in that section of the county The Sun together with many friends extends sincerest condo lence to the bereaved The Warehouse The tobacco people will be glad to hear that the newwarehouse is nearing lompletioi i and it is expected to receive tobacco 01 July 8 the books being open for regis ration of crops on Friday July 5 a Farmers should be especially careful about handling their tobacco now as there is so much danger of getting too muchrain case and thereby damaging their tobacco All tobacco coming into the warehoiiKJ except in firstclass condition for putting in hogsheads will haVe to be rehung thereby entail ing extra expense and delay to the farI mer So be careful and do not run this risk by failure to attend to the condition ot tho tobacco properly Four Cases of Typhoid In the family of Mr James L Ho1 alto there are four cases of typhoid fever though none of the cases are at this time considered serious Mr Royalty and three children are afflicted The children are Walter Hadgiu and Granville They have been ill for sev eral days but it is thought that Wal familyIfore a The Springfield Moon Springfield now has throe papers Master Ivor Roberts has launched the Springfield Moon The paper is Democratic and is all home print It is not largebeing just a new mcon but we predict that some day tEe moonican The price of the paper is one cent a copy Its editor is one of the brightest boys in the State and will some day be a great editor The Moon in full is as follows Fire Fire Fire There has been three fires in Springfield in the last t 9 t tr1 six weeks The last one was the old Berry Hotel Mr Mac Grundy was in Valley Hill Monday i Mr and Mrs C C McChord are visiting in Louisville Mrs A C McElroy was quite ill 1MrRzens died Tuesday morning at 10 oclock tThe editor of the Moon has finished white washing Mrs Cunningham is without a cook Sam has left Vote for Mr Gore for State Senator The Republicans have nominated A E Wilson for Governor Vote for Mr C C McChord for Railroad Commissioner Look for a better paper next week Grundy McIntire dry goods and shoes Mr C C McChord Attorney at Law FOR SALEA good pony and cart Apply Mrs McChord FOR SALEA good square piano Apply Mrs Roberts FOR SALEA good side saddlerAp ply Irs McChord F R SALEA good cow and calf App y Mr W G Grundy F R SAEEA good coal oil stove Apply Mrs McChord The Springfield Moon Ivor Roberts Editor Price 1 cent Advertisements cents The First National Bank Mr A C McElroy Cashier Take your money to the First National Bank The Springfield Sun Rogers Gore Editor Price 100 per year Insure your life and property with MrJohn I McElroy the insurance man Memorial of Bryan Lawrence The death angel visited the home of Mr and Mrs George Lawrence of Springfield Friday night June 20 and took away their little sixyearold son Bryan1He was ill only a short while until G d called him home He was taken way for some good purpose though we cannot see why It is a comfort to think that he has gone where sorrow or pain never comes Christ said Suffer little children to come unto me and forbid them not for of such is the kingdom of heaven Weep not father and mother for your little son is resting in peace with Jesus The remains were interred in the Springfield burying ground to await the morn of resurection We extend sym pathy to the bereaved parents A COUSIN I Cow Drowned t tDuring the hard rain storm last night good milk cow of Mr Richard Rileys was drowned in the branch which runs through Springfield Mr Riley lives above the college and the branch pass es through a field in which the cow was dOVD1irl Harry Thompson The animal was worth sbout 50- Ice Coupon Books Save money by buying ice coupon books Brooks of 500 pounds will be sold at discount of 5 per cent and a book of 1000 pounds at a discount ot 10 per cent Ice is 50 cents a hundred Cash must be paid A Good Boar Changes Hands Farmers Home Journal I have re cently sold the Duroc boar Master piece No 1483J5A No 36693N to Mrl J a Shelby of Springfield Ky This j is one of the very best boars of the breed I went to the herd of Watt Foust and personally selected this boar to head my herd two years ago I made no mistake as he proved an exI herf4wlllshowsaw his get and was pleased with them and was not pleased until he placed this great boar in his herd I predict great results for Mr Shelby as the line of breeding he has on his place will nick well with Masterpiece and with tha enterprising Shelby to guide the future of this herd I know that we can Come1from 4K r f fE11ToW IWritten For The sun Now that winters storms are over Snows have melted from the hilltops Gone in silver streamlets rushing dashingOverIn glad haste to join the river tlnklingsInIt is joyous to be living Now the buds are swelling busrting Into green leaves and bright blossoms On the branches lately fettered With the sleety bonds of Winter Now they wave those leafy branches i In the soft winds passing oer them Stealing fragrance trom the flowers unfoldingOnOn the stony places ivies Deck the barren with rare beauty ongraycl1ffsrNeath Feathery fronds to charm the vision Mountainpinks in gayest colors Honeysuckles and sweet Williams Fringe the wayside with rich beaulShedding odors to regale us Pliant vines in graceful festoons Drape the mountains treetopsMating rythmiccadencePour throats Waking echoes of glad springtime Merry thrushes saucy bluejays Robinredbreasts flocking northward Seem to carry sunshine with them Playful catbirds bluewinged mockers Give us concerts from the thorn trees Merry concerts reproducing All the birdsongs of the forests Gentle ringdoves softly cooing Tell us that the Winters over Spring has come with love and music Modest whippoorwill at twilight Breaks the stillness with her plaintive Lovenote calling her companion To an evening entertainment Neath the fresh leaves in themoonlight 0 tis joyous to be living Standing thus so close to Nature Genial sunshine and soft showers it Call the sleeping germs of flower To come in life and beauty From their cold graves in the bosom Of the dead earth Lo they come all wreathd in srighbx smiles Come to clothe the earth in beauty Death and Winter cHthed in fresh lite Give us living demonstration Of a glbnpus Resurrection Strolling through the stately forests Treading Natures mossy carpetsaNeath the splendors of the blue dome And the twinkling stars that deck it 1 Touching tasting hearing seeing All the befluties of the green earth And all upon it All the colors of the rainbow All the melody ofmusic All the grace of curves and angles All the poetry of motion All the odors borne on breezes Meet us greet us bid us lift our Hearts and voices in one song of thanksgivingTo us Yonder gray cliffs bound the river grandeurIEmblems of eternal durancerWhile between them flows the river Onward gliding to the ocean Warningus our lives are gliding through lifes changes To the fixed and the eternal MILES SAUNDERS Buckhorn P 0 Perry County ICy Milk for Poultry r Many poultrymen believe that there is no feed that is so good for young chicks or old fowls as sour milk dab bered milk or cheese curd made from sour milk Even old sour milk Jfor tmtmustfed from clean troughs A good food is fresh ground cornmeal from old cornJshorts and oatmeal wet with clabbered milk and some cracked corn and whole wheat fed according to the ageof the chickens Rearing chickens requires Judgmentthere is a time and a place ior every step from the egg to the full grown chicken Experience with the right kind of perseverance will rear chickens and also take care of old and young fowls Sour milk thickened with shorts and meal fed every morning and some kind of grain at night is a satisfactory egg food It is the impression of many that the cornmeal the oatmeal and shorts with the crack ed corn and whole wheat constitute a- very good variety of food even with the sour milk left out New milk is best for very young ChICks if t canfjbe had but the sour milk is excellent ror adults iMi wksubscribe for The Sun yaiir f lIt I y tSfSr J J THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 190ii t f Dr W F trusty1 Practical DentistSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Dental work at reasonable prices Air work guaranteed Offlcoiovor Haydon 8 Barbcjr B 0 LAKE AgentiSPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY V Life Fire and Accidentc relIableariilthebe8tdlrldendI wO Your insurance solicited Rrs RoBardsj Hyatt y Office oyer McElroy Shultz SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY i mOFFICE WQ rjt1r J C1luddSPRINGFIELD = tKENTUCK OPFlc6OYEt CJ Office Hours 12 M to 2 P M t Dr WW Ray PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office opposite Presbyterian church groceryxOffice phone 175 Residence phone 172 r j H LAMPTON MD SPRINGFiELD KY J Office in Opera House No38yY MISS ELLA ADAMS ENURS E TELEPHONES Day 41 lJNight 109 T SCOTT MAfe ATTYATLAW- i Springfield Ky Washingtontrodand Federal Courts C C McCfiQRD ATTYATLATjIT- Springfield Ky Win practice In aU State and Federal Courts W D CLAYBROOKE ATTYATLAW Springfield Ky Will ractlce In the courts of Washington Appevv W E SECE AN ATTYATLAW Springfield Kyt Washingtoandn i MARSHALL DUNCAN LAWYER Springfield Ky tWilhpractice 1dipg of Wash ingtori and adjoining counties and in the Court of Appeals tS M CAMPBjE- LLAUCTIONEER Springfield Ky specialtylCWiIlable Phone 84 JOHN Y MA YES Funeral Director J And i licensed Embaiimer SPRINGFIELD KENTUCKY Best Attention Every courtsey shown Handsome Line of Caskets and Burial Robes Telephone Day 19 Night 7L- How to Clean Nickel Piling of Rust Rust may be removed from nickel plating by covering the spots with fotlowed by a rubbing with powdered rotten stone and ben by a thorough washing with strong apimonla suc polishinggases will yield How to Slice Vegetables The young housewife should know that in slicing onions or any other veg stables the cut should be Crosswise Cutting across the fiber lsone of the fflrat pr I of with meats as ellasvegetablestv iiifj INTERESTING LETTER From Former Washing ton County t Woman Higginsport Ohio June 18 We drove from Higginsport to Mos ow one lovely evening not long since Most of the way the pike lays along the banks of the Ohio river that beautiful treacherous sstream that the pride Of the people that live near it even though it sometimes brings ruin and devastation into their homes Even now it is creeping slowly but surely out of its banks and spreading farImersUtopia reminding me very much o Poortown that mossgrown village o the banks of the winding beach wish was there just now but this town boasts a church school house and mill and also a public well vindI came to Smiths Landing One and a church constitute the granduer of that plate Our next diversion was Ruell it consists ofa crossroads a signboard and a store Our rod passed back of Chilo but we could look over it It is a pretty town but was en tirely submerged by the recent floods and driftwood is still lying all along the pike for miles and miles Next we came to the quaint old town of Neville It is situated just across the river from Foster Ky my home town I had been there twentythree years ago but it looked strange to me The next town was our stopping place Quiet sleepy shady old Moscow its vice merit is in not allowing a negro1 to daybya beautiful country Splendid farming j lands dotted thickly with lovely homes Saw plenty of fine cattle but few such horses as are to be seen in Kentucky Every homestead has an orchard The fruit crop will be small this year Every body is through setting tobacco Corn and wheat are looking very well The people of Ohio are not as aristocratic as those of Kentucky neither are they as hospitable but the general average of inteligence exceeds that of the Kentucky people lam sorry to ad mit But no doubt this is due to the superior educational advantages We were glad to hear of the gran success of the Tournament at Spring field also to hear of the honor tha has been bestowed upon the talented editor of the Springfield San Indeed we are always delighted to hear good news from the old home and our so journ there will always be remembered with pleasure To the many kind friends we have there we send greeting hoping we shall meet again some where some day MARY HINES Preserving Brushes Brushes for either household or toilet use wear louger sail do better service while they last It they are well taken care of says the Washington Star Put your nail and tooth brushes such a position that all the water will drain from them The tiny nickel hooks which are sold among bathroom appur tenances nowadays oinks very satisfaoi lory resting places for toothbrushes A camels hair flesh brush should bo thoroughly rinsed from soap dried nud aired after each using The hair should be combed out with ul coarse comb ev ery few days to present Us Hairbrushes are best uuttlnIwarm water and jmmonia water and washiu soda must be rinsed thoroughly In clear wa ter If you can dr them in plenty of sunshine so much tie better Household brushe should be washed regularly A good solution for this purpse Is made by dissolving a pound of washing soda In u quart of hot wa ter This may be loWed and used at any time When you are rea ly to use the solu tion put n tablcspc onfuJ into a qunr of water and wasl your brushes u tills A little soap n addition for th soft one is agood tl ing Ill use hi cold water mid dry in th open air Long handled brut hes must bo hung up by the heads aid thesbortone can be suspended b a piece of twine Dont7 let them yes on their jjritstlcs and remember that i hearth brush will last twice as long if it Is kept lung up Home comerS m f duty not from the avoidance of duty But I believe also in truing each of us as strength is givfen to us to bear one anothers burdens and this especially in our own homes No outside training no cooperation no Government aid or direction can take the place of a strong and upright character of good ness of heart combined with clearne of head and that strength and tough ness of fiber necessary to wring success from a rough workaday world Nothing outside of home can take the place tr of home The school is an invaluable adjunct to the home but it is a wretch ed substitute for it The family relation is the most fundamental the most important of all relations No leader in church or state in science or art or industry however great his achievement does work which compares in importance with that of the father and the motherhwno are the first of sovereigns and the most divine of priests TheOdore Roosevelt fSPARROW place July 1st with Claud Perry as teacher Tobacco is about all set and is rc ported to be a good stand Corn is late on account of vermin working on it but wheat and oats are looking well and bid fair to make a good yieldtIvlesdames Alhe Barnett and Lizzie Morgan and Rev H L Olmstead spent last Thursday with W C Cammack and famly A B Duncan and family spent Sat urday night and Sunday with L C ixfplaceIA Sot KIMesdames W R Moore and W C Cammack were in Bloomfield one day last week Sunday school is progressing nicely attendancelevery W R Moore spent last Wednesday with his mother at Leathers Store Dr Lawrthe family of W H Case for the past two weeks Mrs G A Snider an inmate of the asylum for insane at Lexington died June 8th She formerly lived at this place Her body was brought to Fair View for interment progressfatH L Olmstead of Rose Hill Kansas an evangelist of the Church of Christ is doing the preaching Large crowds are in attendance and much interest TheIsuccess is insured for the foundation 36x50 is already laid and much of th money is raised The meeting continue for a week or more All are invited to Mixed Up Abraham Brown of Winterton N xperienceheoyer me one said heart disease two fourthdhelpedtperfectgood than all the five doctors prescribed Guaranteed to cure blood poison weakness and all stomach liver HaydonRobertson Judge Thurman Speaks Kentucky Standard Judge I Thurman of Springfield spoke at Ne Hope last Saturday evening in the interest of local option to a large audi save Quite a number of ladies were present manifesting great interest in the election which takes place July 29 next The speech was an impressive tn vote out the saloons There was no abuse or invective in the address and it was well received by the crowd of peo ple who had gathered to hear him Peoples Cure Ifor Stomach Ills be folly to say that a perso be his own doctor Ther- are times when one cannot be too quick in consulting a competent and reliable physician but the fact does remain that there are many ailments that can be expenseSuchfirstclass drug store for a small sum Among the diseases that can be effec aspertonlike constipation dyspepsia biliousness sictk there Is no better remedy than Dr Caldwells compoundetors themselves In such troubles they know they have nothing better to offer than the in ffredients contained in this remedy and hence the liberal ones advise their patients to take It often happens that at the commencement of an attack some people hesitate to take such a simple remedy and run to a doctor but after trying various doctors they finally take Dr Caldwells Syrup Pepsin and have their cone pointIst who suffered from what the doctors called ca tarrh of the stomach He was given up to die apPe1tltSyrup Pepsin and did so and now he Is entire naturallyadIt It can be hauan 50 cent and tl bottles an res Its are absolutely guaranteed or money is refunded Buy a bottle today and watch results CaJdning can have a sample bottle sent to their home by addressing the company This offer is to prove that the thosewhosymptoms of stomach or disease Gentlest yet most effective laxative for children and folks guaranteed permanent home cure THE Sureabears purity guarantee 17 Washington PEPSIN SYRUP CO till Caldwell Bldg Montlcello ill RED CROSS STORE rUG Comfort For Smokers Not one smoker In n thousand or per hops hi ten thousand knows the ele 1tlotn oittl clay or corncob but all of this hat little if anything to lo with the qualities of a pipe Practically ijotb iiiK whatever i thought of shape awl proportion the two things that snake a pipe good or bad An engineer will talk by the hour over tilt draft of his urchoxs and never oiue in half a lifetime think of the draft in his pipe that he smokes hourly Yet the question of a rood or a poor pipe lsj hound up in that single word draft In a pipe itiade on right principles the bowl is ik narrow and deep us is convenient tljo hull in the stem meets bowl fit the very bottom and in he center thus insuring aperfectAtid seen draft heave a complete and even burning of the tobacco The cake prevents the fire from outdoing the bowl and tints prevents making Its bore larger or uneven which would iu proportion spoil the draft The sides of the bowl are thick to keep In the heat thus snaking the burning at the saute temperature at the edges of the tobacco as lu tits center sail when the pipe Is not puffed preventing undue cooling Needless to say tobacco should be consumed at an seen temperature to vary It front high to low for guy cause ruins the flavor of the best kinds of the weed It is commonly known that In coke adds to the good smoking quali tieS of a pipe This is due to two causes the cake being mineral stays hot when the pipe Is not puffed aucl also being of different material from thp howl prevents the loss of heat By a cool pipe one menus a dry pipe and this all dcpejnjJs on the stem not pipehnsthe smoke coming from the stem into Ghenticalbacco smoked at different temperatures produces different chemical re stilts und the taste of these are false ly laid to the material of the pipe In stead of to its construction In a poor pipe the hole In the stem meets the bowl at one side not In the center Inconsequence the draft Is everyvrhere uneven and over hall of the pipe except on the very surface there Is no burning of the tobacco at all This is not only waste but what thee1sot only is the tobacco burned badly but a zone Along the line of cons tion Id merely charred and smolders Besides this the unburned but highly heated tobacco out of the line of draft Is morefor less distilled the flavors from mingle with those from the charred portion and the unevenly burn ed tobacco something to weep and cough over The same thing Is noticed in a corn cob pipe when the reed stem is run Into the bowl only to its inner edge Push the reed a little farther nand you have a good pipe All fancy types of pipes are toI be no whatever The plain bowl and sternare the best Ail contrivances to catch or to absorb the nicotine only drive a man to chartor out of the house The reason Is that the liquid wastes from a pipe are mostly tar and if held In the pipe lu out of bewIn a plain pipe all this waste matter must be and easily Is cleaned out el ther after or before each smoke or there can be no smoke worthy the name Young Turnkeys The main point with young turkeys is to prevent them from being attacked by the large gray body lice and the best way to do so is to begin with the parent birds before the young ones are hatched as lice usually go from adult birds to the chicks When turkey hens desire to sit they should be anointed o kinnd oar lard oil This will kill the large lice deIGrease is repugnant to poultry ofall kinds hence but little oil should be used Apply it lightly on the heads itlhen more comfortable prevent her from leaving the nest frequently fo relief from torture anqwill also save the chicks from being attacked few of oil on each chick once youncg turkeys will be reared The secret in rearing them is freedom from lice and dampness Feed theta on bread crumbs moisten ed with milk hardboiled eggs chopped parsley onion pr lettuce and cracked corn arid wheat the first two weeks removingi td0 suit the circumstances Keep the hen confined in a coop allowing the chicks to goMn and out during dry weather Farm andFireside Heres Good Advice OSWoolever one of thebest known slYsIfapply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Cures every sore wound burn or abra sion 25c at Haydon Robertson drug store SI tSS1SS 4 h B D1 LAKESH BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE r dwellingoodbarn15 per acre goodtobaccoohouse and church Price 40 per acrecNo 4255 acres three good barns two dwellings plenty of grass All the farm ready for the plow Price pet acre No 5167 acres seven miles from Springfield plenty timber oak ash dwelling andbarns wellwater onehalf mile from hickorrgood and church Good tobacco land Price per acre No 965 nine miles from Springfield 20 acres timber two houses onetarn that will hold ten acres of tobacco well fenced No 10 acres seven miles from Springfield 15 acres good goodlarge3750 per acre No 12The most desirable house in Springfield Well located No i6196 acres 7 miles from Springfield on good pike one 7 room dwelling barn in good repair 1 good stock barn 80 acres in blue grass rest in cultivation plenty of water Price 3Q No 18174 acres 10 miles from rdd one ood six ro m SCdOlandbarns cow house two tenant houses two ood wells plenty of icehouseNo 20250 acres nine miles from Springfield good dwelli g acrestimberSeveral other pieces of town property If you want a home in Springfield Ive got it at any No 2190 acres good wire fence plenty locust posts 4 mites from Springfield Price 1000 231391 acres 1 good dwelling 2 tobacco barns hold 15 of tobacco one barn new from Maud one half mile schoolsome timber fie tobacco land well fenced plenty INo Price 35 per adre 24166 acres 3 milsa from Springfield on good pike one dwelling in good repair 2 obacco barns 1 stock barn 1 corn crib ice house Mouse meat house cabin 25 acres of bot tom land fence in good repair Price60 per acre No25248 acres 2J miles from Springfield 8 room dwelling good cellar well in yard good cistern at fine stock barn 50x60 ft under pining laved in cement water in every field all year fine set of grass 35 acres of corn in this year dwellingbarnsmoke house orchard well fenced 8 acres of bottom land Price 1800 No 28160 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good road J mile from pike plenty of good tobacco land well fenced Price 30 per acre easy payments No 301151 acres 3J miles from Springfield on good pike 1 six room new dwelling 1 barn 1 small stable cellar under house fine tobacco land well watered plenty of fruit Easy payments price 4500 per acre ll031135 acres 8 miles from Springfield on good pike good 6 room dwelling good tobacco barn holds ten acres 100 acres of fine tobacco land stock barn plenty Of water Price 25 No 3275 acres 3J miles from Springfield 1 mile from pike on good road 5 room dwelling stock barn all out buildings Price 33231 acres in Nelson county on Stoner 6 miles from Bardstown 6 miles from Bloomfield 10 room brick dwelling fine stock barn cistern at barn loft that will hold 20 tons of hay small barn 36x40 ft70 acres in timothy and clover 40 acres in corn all rest of farm in grass brick tenant house grainery 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 m the edge of Springfield fine lands well fenced and watered one of the best locations in Washington county for a home Cheap No 35225acres fine land in the edge of Springfield Will sell as a whole or divide it Some timber well watered Plenty of grass Cheap No 36House and lot seven room bath room Lot houseWaterof best neighborhoods in town 3000 No 38180 acres six miles from Springfield on good pike barnWelltfencedNo 391021 acres good four room dwelling tobacco barnIholds ten acres tobacco Twentyfive acres plenty of water both stock and domestic good fence fine tobacco land 71 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 buildipgs fine well in yard 2750 No 41220 acres seven miles from Springfield eight miles tnhouse 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 grass plenty tobacco land Threequarters of a mile from school and Price 45 per paymentfacres one and onehalf miles from Springfield good small dwelling small tenant house good barn 36 x 36 wen watered plenty of locust posts Price 3000 per acre pffineland 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 2000rSpringfield locustaNo 5082 acres five miles from Springfield on good pike 8 room dwelling 5acre tobacco barn plenty tobacco land and locust posts good orchard good fence tine water close to school two miles from a depot 50 per acre No 51162 acres 4 miles from Bloomfield on good pike in Cooney neck The best tobaccogrowing part of Nelson coun ty Good five room dwelling barn will twentyfiye acres of tobacco All in grass fine orchard School J miles No waste land on farm On rural route Price 47 per acre No 52135acres 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 m one two and three years Price 24 per acre No 53A good investment in city property on Main street No 54Town 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 BO Lake Springfield 7 t Tw It 4- I THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE Jo 1901I J Death of Winchester Phillips Lebanon Enterprise Boyd Winchester Phillips aged 23 years eldestlfeoh of Mrr and Mrs J eC one of the most wIdely PhillPij men in this city died Wednesday morning at Asheville N C where two months ago he was taken with the hope that the climate might prove beneficial The relief he obtained shortly after hIS arrIval North Carolina was temporary His concition soon afterward became worse and he sank gradually to the end A short time ago he expressed a desire to be brought home that he might die here but his condition was never such that he was able to make the trip His mother and his wife were with him when he passed away Death was due to consumption The remains were brought here yesterday afternoon at 330 oclock and were taken to the home of Mr G A Dohoney The funeral will be held at the Second Presbyterian church this afternoon at 2 oclock after which the interment will take place in Ryders cemetery Dr A S Moffett will con duct the services Mr Phillips was born near this city January 15 1884 Shortly after finish Ing school he accepted a position in the local postoffice under Postmaster BT Conwayresignivg about two years a with the FarI mers National Bank where he rem ed for about fdu years and until he was taken sick with typhoid fever some four or five months Although he contracted the thaladY which resulted in his death aboi t ia year ago his con dition was not such as to cause alarm to his family and friends until after the Illness of fever which left him in a weakened conditidn Heneverregamed his strength afterwards but slowly sank to the end Possessing an amiable disposition kind earted almost to a fault he made friends of everyone he met and his death has caused regret in a wide circle Mr Phillips waj married November 22 1905 to Miss Mary Dohoney eldest fa11therand Lillian Phillip survive him f How to Crochet a Rug For a rug collect abouthveJtyfivo pounds of flannel rags and dye themJ the desired shade and tear Into strips about an inch wile says the Chicago News These must be neatly sewed together overlap Ing about half ail hJJTowrope and commence to crochet the flan nel strips over the rope ThIs is begun inj the center like anyf crochet wheel fora chair back A large wooden crochet hook may be obtalncd from la n edlework shop The stitch of double crochet is used to cov er the rope with tl eAcrochetcd flannel As you go along the crochet Is Insert ed into the prevl us row so that the circle grows with every pull of the needle In using two colors the paler shade should be used un lithe circle is aboutt a foot across tl en use the darker shade until you lave gone flve times around the ring Return again to the paler color repeating the altennfe colors until the flannel is all use i up or the rug is the desired size leavlj gi the darker shade at the edge of the rug These are very economical to make and are very quickly done and arc among the most durable of any of the homemade as the rope makes such a hard strong surface before it Is covered with the flannel Play Hero and Loses 20000 New York June2dE M Tyler of Sheepshead Bay Ibsjt 20000 in cash one atternoon this Week when he plung ed into the bay fr m Rauschers dock tosave the life of t nyearold Joe Bernstein He did not discover is loss nntil he dragged the halfdrowned boy to the dry land When he did find his money was gone he took another heroic plunge into jthe cold water to rescue his bank rotl Tyler who is a7 bookmaker and known as the Humming Bird had a little over 20000 in his pockets when hand his friend Daniel Noble strolled down by the bay They rUshed out on the dock and sajv a boy floundering waterLike plunged 4n He thought notthe 20000 with which to back his book against the longshot hunters n the morrow He swam to where tht boy had gone down andwhen he got ihero he dived and brought up the boj He swam ashore and was dragged 6 it of the water with the boy he had re cued His friends and a crowd of strangers gathered around to congrat late him on his he roic deed He sad he preferred dry clothes to a Carnegie medal and began to feel in the i ockets of his drenched garments Suddenly he let out an exclamation of res horror Holy smoke it s gone he yelled Whats gone inquired Dan Noble My roll Tyler made a quick run to the dock and plunged into t ic water He swam as fast as he coul toward the inlet where the big oce n was the tide tater out df Sheeshead Bay Several times he caught the flash of a wasistuff he would let out a yell of disa pointment At last far ahead he saw something hat looked like a waterlogged bank hisIMjJonship JIt was a race between the wad and Colonel The tide helped the gotilong and exciting swim he made a grab and held on to something so tight his caughthisbut was able to use his bank rollas a life preserverI I was a hero for jumping- in and saving that kid the Colonel said but I didnt know what a hero I could be till I saw my wad floating out to sea t Street Paved With Money Just like finding It said Miss Nellie F Healy a dry goods clerk as she picked up a wad of bills containing 30 on Main street Taunton Mass How careless said PoUceman Mor ris farawayIas he lifted a ten dollar bill Farther down the street Tames Mc Mahon miller said as he scooped up a ten dollar gold piece addressing Mrs Joseph Chambers of Pine street Is this yours madame HI dont know said Mrs Chambers I had one Walt and Ill sec s he steppe 1nto a doorway thrust her hand beneath her skirts and turned pale IHMercy she criedHI put 70 in my stocking when I came down shopping goneIs stocking Later she recovered most of the money from the police and Miss Healy was rewarded Sightless Candidate o en Oklahoma City Okla June 13Of ficial returns from the Democratic pri maries received here this afternoon from 49 out of 75 counties give T P Gore ot Lawton the candidate for United States Senator a majority of 1800 over Roy Hoffman Thomas P Gore who appear to been nominated has been blind since he was eleven years old when h e accidently shot his right eye out with an arrow gun Three years before a playmate while in a boyish passion blinded his left eye with a stone Gore has been in politics since at the age of 11 he was page in the Mississippi Senate At 19 he was a nominee for the Legislature of that State and three years later he was Populist Elector at large In 1900 he was unanimously selected for congressional stan dard bear by the Populists in Texas wnile he +s absent in Southern Dako ta making stump speeches for the Fusion ticket He lives at Lawton and has made speeches in all tile campaigns since he came to the territory several years ago CN Haskell for Governor still retains his plurality of over 2000 and his nomination is generaly conceded Kentucky lair Dates Crab Orchard JulylQj3 days Stanford July Henderson July 235 nays Lancaster July 243 days Madisonville July 305 Danville July 313 daysi Georgetown Aug 64 days Lexington Aug 126 days Fern Creek Aug 134 days Burkes 1 lle Aug 134 days Vancebtfirg Aug 144 days Columbia Aug 204 days Lawrehceburg Aug 204 days Shepherdsville Aug 204 days Ewing Aug 223 days ShelbyvillejAug 274 days Elizabethtown Aug 273 days Nicholasville Aug 273 days Springfield Aug 284 days Florence Aug 284 days Hardinsburg Sept 33 days Bardstown Sept 44 days Paris Sept 35 days Monticello Sept 1Q4 days Hodgenville Sept 103 days Glasgow Sept ll4 days Guthrie Sept 153 days Kentucky State FairLouisyilleSept 166 days daysMayfield Bardwell Oct lb2 days Dropped D fad Lebanon Enterprise Mr John F Raloy aged 46 died suddenly at the barn of his brother Mr George Raley yesterday afternoon The deceased had been in bad health for a number of months On he attended the Commencement at Gethsemane re turning Wednesday night He remain ed with a neighbor yesterday going tq his brothers in the afternoon where heart failure closed his career QQQQCXXX OOQQQOOOOQOQQQQQOO THE SUN OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGO Going I sort of kaint git reconciled to that one thought at all The thought of you abeingrowedans- lim an sweet an tall An I cant put it from me hard as ever I ki try An a lump domes u an chokes me an my eyes git full o cry An IloveAn daythatThats just he reason honey youre beCause feelin that youre growinr way fm me An youanBut justkeepJust keep driftin driftin driftin like windprifts the old tree behind An thats why 1 tiptoe to you when youre lyin fast asleep An prayinGodAnd tightasWith my cheek held close to your ldHIdmblueAnd in my dim min eyes from you Lifes a windin long procession with both ends plum out o view But allitsAnd I like the trees above it archin wayAnd and their playAnd and the nights all red and gold Like IknowAnl loved you as albaby an a half girLovedeach1ittle bout you loved each little cu Loved each dimpled pudgy knuckle and the pinkness of your feet andIAnd ofhimAnd it hurts to see you growin and to watch you drift away TexasPostThe Restful Hammock Every one may Have a nfiimuock and for the small surn of 25 cents To make It you require a needle about seven inches long with a big eye ate Iron ring for each cud and two sticks on which to knit the hammock Buy two pounds of strong hemp cord or tviue which may be any color or combination of colors you 1estrefhcn you have the material all ready to start says the New York Journal A hammock f tytire lathes wide will not lie too large for solid comfort To knit It first threat the big needle and holding it in the left band hold the cord In place with the thumb until you have looped the cord over the tongue then glass the cord under the needle to the opposite side wild catch It over the tongUe Repeat this operation until the needle is full Cut a two yard length of cord and make a loop rind fasten to the doorknob or to some other convenient place Tie the cord on the needle to this loop three inches from the end of the loopPlace the small mesh stick under the cord with the beveled edge close to the loop and with a thumb on the cord to bold it in place pass the needle around the stick and then point downward pass it through the loop from the top and then bring It over the stick so forming the first half of the knot Pull this tight and Mil in place with a thumb while throwing the cord over your band which forms the loop Taps the needle from under through the loops and draw fast to fasten the knot J Hold this In place rind repeat the op eration Make thirty of these knots and then push then 1I the stick and proceed the nJe way with the next row passing tli e needle first through each of the thirty knots made for the first j row tm1evenJydonc lnpl lyI The Ticket For Governor Augustus E Wilson of Louisville For Lieutenant Governor WoR- Cox of Mason county For Attorney General Jdmes Breathitt of Christian county For Auditor Frank P James of Mercer county For TrearurerCapt Kd Farley of McCracken countyr For Secretary of State Dr Ben Bruner of Hart county For Superintendent of Public In structionJ S Crabbe of Boyd coun ty For Commissioner of Agriculture N C Rankin of Henry county For Clerk of Court of Appeals Napier Adams of Pulaski county A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel func tions To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life Pills should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolute ly satisfactory in every case or money back at Haydon Robertsons drug store 25c Subscribe rot The Sun Slou r ar t44t Bathed in Laundry MI s Kate Dolan laundress from ISnslto 1002 in the household of Philander L Johnson millionaire octogenarian and retired shipbuilder related In detail to s jury In Judge Esteps court In Cleveland 0 the highly personal services In return for which she claims the aged millionaire gave her snmeformingformer employer Misis Dolan save fit account of the life led by the Wealthy former shipbuilder while she HE TOOK HIS BATH IN A LAUNDRY TUB was employed at the Johnson home then on Lake avenue substantially as rol1owsJlie had to bathe In the laundry while the coachman took a bath in the bathroom upstairs lIe visited the basement laundry from one to three times a day for four years and depended upon my care having no nurse He told me that It was no use to ask mem bers of his family to stay at home with him as they would tell him he was troubled with the heat crazy ae- said it was pretty tough to get old and leave to stay at home neglected while his family did society He was lift without meals when the family lunch ed or dined out except as he could pre vail upon me to cook for him He told me he had been cursed by his daugh ter because he had inadvertently spit upon the floor Johnson was followed to the base HattieIJohnson him away from the laundry door HITe preferred to go to the hotel when the family hafl company at din ner rather than stay at home anti be scolded JI Burns Wifes Only Silk Dress John Green of Waterbury Conn drank Whisky and returned home drunk At his abuse and threats his wife cried whereat he went upstairs and secured her silk dVess her first one in ten years and made by herself for church wear He took he dress Into the yard and poured kerosene over It With his wife pleading with him to beat her rather than destroy her only good dress Greentouched a match to the tril soaked fabric and danced about the blaze rejoicing that her Sundays would now be spent profitably at nom Green was fined 10 iu police court How to Dress a Wound Antiseptically Apply peroxide of hydrogen to lhe wound until ft ceases to llzc moisten the bandage with the same It Is ob tamable af all druggists and 10 cents worth will last several months The ground heals quickly when it is used as It kills all genx It is Used In hospitals after operatjfens A Live Wire Every nerve is a live wire connecting some part of the body with the brain They are so numerous that if you penetrate the skin with the point of a needle will touch a nerve itandis called Aches and pains come from a pressure strain or in jury to a nerve the more prominent the nerve the greater the pain When the pain comes from a large nerve it is called Neuralgia whether it be the facial nerves or the heart stomach sciatic or other prominent nerve branch To stop pain then you must relieve the strain or pressure upon the nerves Dr Miles AntiPain Pills do thisI Intense caused by vaMiousuntil I began taking Pr AntiPain Pills They did me more good than all the medicines I ever used They never fall to cure my headaches their use never leaves nnr bad aftereffecwnltsI BECKMAN 957 W 4th St Erie Pa Dr Miles AntiPain Pills are sold by your will guarantee thatdrUgglstkwhO the will benefit If It falls he will return your money 25 doses 25 cents Never bulk Miles Medical CbElkhart Ind 1 f iii1 iiiiiii4 S ImplementsjBuggiesj T Cv TATUM GRUNDYiof Valle Hill announcetthat they have a large line of IBuggies Runabouts Surreys 1 1IIn fact all kinds of farming implements and that they are prepared to save the trade money on anything in this line I1i1 WehayemoneyRIT C Tatum Gruridy Vally Hill Ky I A FIRST CLASS WATCH ACCURATE TlYE KEEPER IFULLY GUARANTEED i 1IE WHAT YOU All IAll TI+ t James JI Graves tTHE JEWELER SPRINGFIELD KY tee I ieeIelel1 + Meetil lillele air Lakes Overflowers pikeclosenew stock barn Price 40 per acre No 57163 acres 3 miles North of MackvilleonWHlisburg pike6 room dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn acres plenty locust posts acretNo 59133 acres from Springfield 5 room dwelling 8 re tobacco barn good stable ana milk house fine chard 90 trees fine tobacco land Close to school and church Ij ce 30 per acre No 60330 acres 3 miles from Springfield brick dwelling 14 Iacre tobacco barn new two stock barns orchard plenty of fruit plenty of locust posts fine water 100 acres of bluegrass plenty of tobacco land Price 15000 t No 611251 acres 8 miles from Springfield 20 acres of virgin soil5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn stable corncribs and buggy house old stock barn good fence 75 acres of tobacco land stockbarnand church Five miles from Bloomfield Price 45 per acre pike1ztobaccofarms11o 64121 acres 8 miles from 5 room frame dwelling hew 6 acre tobaccopike2 corn cribs smoke house and granary Plenty of fruit 50 acres PlentyofwaterNo 65170 acres 5 miles from Springfield on good pike under good fence 5 room dwelling new 8 acre tobacco barn withmetal roof good granary 10 acres of bottom land Plenty of locusts peracresNo 66156 acres 8 miles from Springfield mile from pike 4 room dwelling 5 acre tobacco barn small stock barn some tim PriceS20No 67200 acres 7 miles from Spiingfield on good pike 6 room dwelling in good repair 10 acre tobacco barn good stock barn buggy shed and all outbuilding 20 acres of fine bottom land 75 acres of fine tobacco land Some timber Price 35 per acre wenfencedPrice 60 per acre I NOI 69 = 150 acres small house fine river bottom land plenty of timber and fine tobacco land Price 50 per acre No 70144k acres good dwelling 8 acre tobacco barn 50 acres of fine bottom land well fenced plenty of hill tobacco land some ftimber Price 60 per acre No 71118 acres 5 miles from Springfield 6 room dwelling in good repair tenant house 7 acre tobacco barn stock barn corn f crib granary pond in barn lot some timber 75 acres of fine to bacco land good fence Price 3500 per acre B D LAKEReal Estate Agent Ky I JEitIIaTHE BEST BUSINESS SCHOOL ON EARTH The best school on earth is the one that gives the best course in the shortest time positionsCLARKSand most uptodate system of Actual Practice Bookkeeping and Shorthand anti places all graduates in good positions having many more calls than graduates School is in Session all thk Year Individual Instruction and Enroll students any day Get full particulars ftom the editor of this or Rev Granville WL Lyon or write direct to the school 1035 FnurthAvenue Louisville KyI I fI r 1 THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1907 I t- An rAt rtJt irq BJ Afternoon of Sport on At the FAIR GROUNDS I I SPRINGFIELD KY I1 It t Trottilg Races Running Races and Foot RacesIThe track is asrgoodas new The races are made up with the best horses from this and adjoining counties Mr Baker has not spared expenses to make this a great day of pleasure II t C COME AND HELP HIM OUT w t rrrPURSESrr i Trot freeforall to be devided to first second and third horses 60 per cent to first horse to second and 15 to third- GREENTROTFor horses that are practically untrained purse 507S per cent to first horse j5 25 to second PLUG RUNNING RACE Parse 15 Vinner to take alL FOOT MACEOne hundred yard dash 5 s All these races will be best two out orthree except the Freeforall Trottnjg Race which will be three out of five IT WILE BE A GREAT DAYCOME RACES CALLED PROMPTLY TI OCLOCK P M COME AND ENJOY THE 4th OF JULY ALSO HAVE A BRASS BAND TO FURNISH MUSIC Iil L BAKER SPRINGFIELD KY I 1 I SPRINGFIELD SUN t ISSUED EVERY WEDNESDAY SUBSCRIPTION n ONE DOLLAR to In Advance t1 J1OGERS GORE Editor and Publisher It Entered at the postoffice at Springfield of for transmission through the of aiaiiS as secondclass matter it TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION of One Yearrv 1100 Wx 60 Three Months 251 JWIn writing to have your address changed always give the postoffice to which your paper wish eBoin gentyou DEMOCRATIC TICKET For Senator J W Beckham J For GovernorrS W Hager For Lieutenant Trim ble For Auditor Henry M Bosworth For Treasurer Ruby Laffoon For Secretary of StateHubert Vree land For of Public Schools M 0 WinfreytFor Attorney GeneralJohn K Hendirick For Commissioner of AgricultureJ W Newman For Clerk of Cour of AppealsJ B Chenault For Railroad Co missionerC C McCord For State Senator J Rogers Gore A former Owe sboro girl who recently marrie a Japanese I says that she pr fers a jap to an Japs are the 7 AmericanUbecauE pecall y does to a Ken tuckian because Kentuckians are liars Taint none of your business ifwe do lie and taint none of our business if you have to eat rats and mice the rest of your life THE ZEST is a The Springfield Electric Light and Water Company has recent ly installed a new dynamo in its power house and while in the past the company has been givi ing both city and individuals goocf light service it is now prepared furnish the VERY BEST There is not a town in Kentucky that has a better equipped plant this nature and very citizen Springfield should be proud of Of course an occasional knocker bobs up but the source the kick usually comes from some fellow whose opinion publicly or privately expressedI amounts to naught W the past two years three times the water company has prevented Springfield from being wiped up by firetwice within two months Certainly every business man every citizen who loves his town is grateful to the fire and water companies for the most excellent services they rendered The power house is in charge ot corn petent men the fire company is composedof well trained and fearless firefighters a thing that fewtowns the size oi Springfield can boast of It is a source oi much gratification to businessmen and property owners to know that Springfield is thus pro tectediMr Howard JvIcElroy is Superintendent of theVater a nd LIghtt Company He is thor efficient and it is his endeavor to make his company rank with the best in the State Mr WB Holderman has charg of the plant and horn 12 nightoHe is competent in every respect and never sleeps at his post o duty Cy Moore colored has charge cf the plant from 12 at night until 12 nOon and he too ii09d Bargains in 7 Mason Jars Pints Quarts and OneHalf Gallons competent He sees his duty dead sure thing and does it wellThus with a good plant and ngIfieldwater J KISSING BABIES The American Medical Associa tion has gone on record against the babykissing fad Gopd we are glad the doctors have declar ed against this very unnecessary evil Theinfant needs protection along this line it is helpless and cannot resent the insult Ve boil bottles and sterilize milk to prevent germs entering into babys system and along comes the with a mouthful of oder and microbes and assaults the little one If you want to love the babyV hold its face to the east turn your face to the west and squeeze it Squeezing is more delightful than kissing anyhow We are going to have another Fourth of July next week and the young American will proceed to touch off giant fire crackers and kill himselt Killed By Cars yJ Lebanon Enterprise H R H foreman of the bridge crew on the Knoxyillebranch of the Louisville and Nashville Railroad was instantly killed at Phillipsburjf Monday afternoon about four oclock while attempting to alight from a rapidly moving flat car The accident occurred shortly before the afternoon train was due at Phillips burg on its return to this city and the body of the unfortunate man was brought to his home here on it arriv ing shortly after six oclock The fol lowing afternoon the remains were tak Ifen to his old home in Louisville where the funeral and burial took place Wed nesday Subscribe for The Sun J100 year Tinware and Glassware at COST N SUNSTROKES 1 IIIWrlUenII With automobiles monopolizing the pikes and streets and baby buggies crowding us off of the side walks we will welcome the when travel by air ships will becomeuniversal IHarry Orchard was evidently loaded fruitn Some men are born great some acheive greatness andsqme haye great ness thrust upon them but a very large majority of us are never touched by it nI There are bigger fish in the sea th were ever caught The big ones always get away To the pure all things are pure we have often been told But we notice there was almost an unusal de mand for a pure food law We haye noticed that when a woman takes her seat in a railway coach tnat the first thing she does is to try to either raise or lower the window It is surprising how few people there are who can stand prosperity that have not been used to it The more trifling a man is the more strenuous he is in denouncing the powers that be When guessing at a womans age be sure that you dont guess too high Some women reverse their decisions with wpnderful rapidity One minute they will say that a certain spring bonnet is perfectly lovely tIand the noxtminute they would not wear iUo to a dog fight The world is full of cranks but the diet crank seems to be the most rGROCERIESMy in every line Meats Lard Sugar and lour sold at close prices for CASH ash Paid for EGGS JULY4++fHUWf + tt itl + Soft Drinks and on The Grounds Mr Gilbert Carpenter willjje presentwith afull line ofISoft Drinks and things that you will want to eat Ice CreamI and other refreshments will be served Iw WILL D GovernorSouth machinery babykisser Lunch 1lookingegg some rye bread and a cup of cold slomIas he ate his breakfast Henry Wattersons editorials seem to consist chiefly of picturesque inconsist encies Very few are the people who will not lie about their age and the size of their feet The height of into istency is reach ed when a man publicly prays for the preservation of our government and then on election day sells his vote for a quart of whiskey What doth it profit the American girl to gain a count and lose her bank account l The pretty New York girl who recently married an Arab is evidently going to waste her sweetness on the dessert air Lord Bacon said that reading maketh a full man h but we have seen many a full man who did not know his A B Cs- Immigrants are arriving in this coun try at the rate of over one million year and the question is pan AmeriCi1 continue to Americanize the foreigner- or wilt the foreigner eventually foregn ize America Shakespere said Assume a virtue if you have it not But mankind did not need any advice about suchan easy proposition Fools rfish m where Angels fear to tread And Vice Versa i Athletes Odd Mishap A Brooklyn athlete who has been successfully looping the loop on a bicycle for several years and who never sustained the slightest acct dent nearly broke his neck while wheeling his baby In the perambula tor He slipped on a banana peeling on the sidewalk In front of his home 5ffdr CASH Annabel Lee It was many and many a year ago In a kingdom by the sea That mayknowB the name of Annabel Lee And this maiden she lived with no thoughtThan loved by me II was a child and she was a child In this kingdom by the sea But we loved with a love that was more than love I and my Annabel Lee With a love that the winged seraphs of heaven Coyeted her and me And this was the reason that long ago In this kingdom by the sea A wind blew out of a cloud chilling My beautiful Annabel Lee So that her highborn kinsmen came IAnd bore her away from me her up in a sepulchre In this kingdom by the sea The angels not half as happy in heav = en- Were envying her and me Yes that was the reason as all men know In this kingdom by the sea That the wind came out of the cloud by night Chilling and killing my Annabel Lee But our love it was stronger by far than the love Of those who were older than we Ot many far wiser than we And neither the angels in heaven aboye Nor the demons down under the sea Can ever dissever my soul from the soul Of the beautiful Annabel Lee For the moon never beams without bringing me dreams Of the beautiful Annabel Lee And the stars never rise but I feel the blue eyes Of the beautiful Annabel Lee And so all the nighttide I lie own by the side Of my darlingmy darling my life and my bride In my sepulchre there by the sea In her tomb by the sounding sea Edgar Allan Poe To Mammoth Lave Washington and Nelson countys ex cursion to Mammoth Caye July 18th Through coach ort regular morning train 725 the round trip from all stations on Bardstown branch This amount will pay the railroad fare also board at Caye Hotel slid long route trip in 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 and large bills 4t Bargains BAG Bargains Country Produce Exchanged Same As Gash I W P Lawrence Springfield Ky TITTT Aj THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 261907I 4 Jw1 J l I 1 Ir Shoe ra A IPfnchesThatIexcept by losing a lasting style requires a Ierfect fit The Hanan Shoe is first made to fit of this is the carefully selected leather and articular workmanship which makes that per t last as as the shoe Iack Mens Plow hqes i have a large line of Men s Plow Shoes and season is advancing we will make you some l prices We have never carried a satisfactory line of these shoes bettelfI I LADIES OXFORDS- In Itan and black carried from last season be sold at greatly reduced prices willI IfootSandaJ36 pairs in of Plain Mens and Dress Cap shoes Toe 51 49Iwill be sold for I TheRobertson 1 Claybrooke Co IINCORPORATEDI ILi = Millinery Clearance Salel Commencing this week I have inaugurated a Clearance Sale and will Coffer every hat in my house a very low price Miss Willie Knott Opposite First National Bank Dr JR M1 Burton RESIDENT DENTIST Teeth Extracted With v out Pain CROWN WORK A SPECIALTY All Dental Vork Strictly First class Springfield Ky Office in Hagon Block up etblra For Representative- We are authorized to announce Mr W S Y Goodlett as a candidate for Representative from Washington coun ty subject to action of the Demo cratic primary August 3 Local News Notes OFFICE HOURS Dr J C Mudd r announces office hours as follows from It 8 to 9 a m from 1 t02 po m He can from now on be found in his of lice 1 iuring these hours a r Fruit jars Pints quarts and half gallons at Lawrences Grocery- WANTEDA bill of lumbercom pleteto build a small tobacco barn LUTHER BURNS SPRINGFIELD InsurI Insure in the Farmers Home thatjpaysGeneral Mnj Junction City Ky W e still pay cash for eggs and chick ens at Campbells The fifth Saturday and Sunday meet ings will be held at Bethlehem church next Saturday and Sunday Dinner will be served ori the ground on Satur day Every one is cordially invited to attend LawIrencesMessrs J A Boulware and Henry tolODamellast Monday at handsome figures Several other pice horses changed hrnds hdre MondayIIf you are m need of a saddle see ours before ypu buy at Campbells NOTICE The Electric Light and Water Company will prosecute persons who enter their grounds without a ticket Employees have been instructed to report the nines of all parties gull ty of such trespass and warrants fcr their arrest wil be sworn outIOnly a few porch Campbells STRAY DOGQn Tuesday June 2ft while in Springfield I lost a Black Shepherd dog 100 reward Will be given to the one informing bie of his whereabouts S J MONTGOMERY Valley fill Ky Candies fruits and vegetables of all kinds at all prices Lawrences Grocery S M Campbell reports a small crowd in town and a light run of stock on the market county court day He made the following sales Seven twoyear old cattle at 2750 per head one cow and calf 33 one cow and calf 30 one pair twoyearold horse mules at 97 per head one mare 80 one horse 69 one twoyearold colt 6050 one pair large plug horses 90 for the pair I 4 Subgcrlbe ror The Sun LOO tar M INTIRE Quite a number of young folks at tended the closing exercises at St Catherines The musical program was one of unusual interest Misses Estelle Ballard and Rosie Fileatreau were the pleasant guests ot Mr Hillory McIntire Monday night Mr Robert Nally and Elmo Walker spent Sunday in Loretto and New Haven Mr Lynn Blandford and Dessie Hill Cleaveland Hill and Emma Ensor spent Wdnesday at Gethsemane Mr E M Ballard and wife sper t FredelIhome after spending several weeks in Mclntire visited at the resi dente of Mr Frank Keene Sunday Miss Fannie Smith is athome from Louisville Misses Mary Belle and Louise Montgomery are with tlieir brother James Montgomery of this place St Agnes schools patrons teachers and pupils enjoyed a delightful picnic- on the school grounds recently Mr Joe Spalding and wife visited Mannie Alyey MondayI Mr Chas Cusick is at home from Louisville MissesEmma Ensor and Flora Keene visited relatives in the country Monday night Mrs J R Keene spent Sunday with Mrs Belle Keene Several attended the ball game Sun day Messrs Richard Fields Albert Blan ford and Frank Qrkies visited the Burg recently Miss Flora Keene will entertain her friends Sunday next in honor Of her guest Miss Margarite Nalley Mr Daviess who has been critically ill is considerably improved Born on Wednesday the 19 to the wife of Sam Nally a twelye pound girlRev Father Vallily will entertain the St Rose choir at the Walton Hotel Wednesday night We are glad to report Mr John Nal ly much improved at this writing Uncle Hillory Mclntyre still remains on the sick list I By Paying CIII Taxes NOW City Taxes have been DUE since March 1st The penalty will be ad ded to all property and poll tax unpaid by July 1st 1907 Your tax receipt isin the hands of Mr Louis B Cain City Treasurer at the First National Bank and it is necessary for ou to call on him and pay the amount of your taxes before July 1st if you wish to avoid the penaltyBy of the City Council June t 1907 C 11 1lcChord t City Clerk Qoooooaaoaaa 0aNotes 0nVisitors In and Out ofTownA 0 RoundUp of the Weeks a Personal News 0OQOooooo Mr M H Jones was in Bloomfield tne first of the week on businesstMrs H H qla brooke andchildren and Miss Pearl Butler of Scottsboro Ala are visiting at the home of J R Claybrooke near townj 1Mts J Y Mayes was in Bloomfield Tuesday Mrs Lizzie Durrett was called to Fairfield by the illness of her neice Miss Woodbridge of Henderson is the guest of Rev and Mrs R E C Lawson Lieut W 0 Reed who is station ed at Ft Yellowstone Wyoming is here to spend seveal days with friends Miss Blanch Carrico has returned to her home at Howardstown atter a visit to Mrs Gilbert Carpenter Mr James Wharton of Grand Rapid Michigan will ai rive here the latter part of the week to visit his par ents Mr and Mrs J L Wharton Miss Lula Tim ons has returned to her home in Lebanon after a visit to Miss Mary Lee SilJ1 iMr Will Greene of Texas is the guest of his sisters M rs H R Thompson and Mrs J C Mc Iroy F rank McWhorter is visiting rela tives in Campbellsville Drs Joe Pettus and children have returned from Lancaster where she has been visiting relatives J Miss Ida ClaybrOoke after a two weeks visit to her Sister MrsJD Turner of Lex ngton has returned home The friends of Mr Thomas Smith fatherof Mrs Joseph Claybrooke will be glad to learn that he is better Mr Smith has been critically ill at his home at Bardstown of blood poisoning Mr and Mrs C H R McElroy of Kansas City are visiting his parents and other relatives here this week Miss Isa Colvin of Bardstown is visiting relatives here Miss Marv Brown of Louisville spent Saturday and Sunday with her sisters at this place tphISin ughes of LOUIsvillet here last w siting her parents Mn and Mrs Japes Coken dolpher Mr Will Timmons of Lebanon spent Sunday here Miss Mildred Montgomery has returned to her home in Louisville after a visit to Misses Mary Bell and Louise MontgomeryMrs McClure is visiting her sister at high Grove Miss Roe Montgomery has return ed to her home in Lebanon She was accompanied by Miss Mabel Thompson l Misses Bertha and Lizzie Haydon are guest of relatives ijjjrLouisville Mrs C A Greene left Monday for Grayson Springs where she will re main ten days Mr and Mrs ES Mayes have re turned home after a visit to their daughter Mrs John Mahon Mrs J J Maloney of Louisville is visiting relatives hers Messrs Joe and Augustus Muddof Chicago are vjtiting relatives here Mrs G F CiitfjYfntar apart TUNI cay in Lebanon T iMrs Lloyd Parrott arid daughter Lucy spent Sunday in BanJstown Typhoid Serum sjDiseovered Berlin June 24 4 dw and valuable results ihimumiation against tyuhoidI have been obtained by Dr gell the chief assistant of Prof Von Leyden in the oflicialljT subsidized can cer research which k now proceeding in Germany According to the pub lished reports some desperate cases have been cured with the new process By drying the cultures of virulent tvphoid germs and freeing them of every vestige of albufaiinous matter by means of muriatic acid arid injecting the resultant solution in which there are no dead bacilli into horses Dr Bergell has obtained a serum which immunizes against typhoid foyer and prevents intestinal perforation if in jected during the attack In an article describing the success of his experiments Dr Bergell asserts that the discovery has already been taken up by the German Ministry of War which believes that it promises to be an immense aid in fighting the ravages of typhoid in the army 1t r IlONG RUN Mrs Julia Arnold nee Skimer of East Bovle died dn the mornfng of the 21st of June from heart dropsy or rather a complication of diseases The deceasedwas born August 6 1833 She was married to Mr John Arnold Dec 3p 1907 to this union were born six children two of whom preceded her to grave She was converted under he preaching of Rev W B Arvin was baptized into the fellowship of Beech Grove church by Rev W T Wood pastor Her funeral was pre ed ch- to a large congregation on the 22nd by Rev R L Purdom which was very appropriate and very encouraging to the bereaved ones and inspiring and helpful to all present after which the remains were laid away to await the resurrection Sister Arnolds husband responslblljity fortiItudeher She was a Christian woman TO the bereaved ones we extend our sym paths and with them shed a tear Bro P Walker of Mackyille preached a very interesting sermon at Wesley Chapel last Sunday from the text Resist the devil and he will flee from you The preacher told us how Satan rebelled in heaven and he and his host were cast into hell and of the temptation and fall of our first parents in Eden and how he often comes in pleasing form and mild manner as an angel of light clad in silk but was an enemy that hated God and eyery thing good On the night of the 18th Mr Harri son Coyle gave his friends a moonlight party at his grandmothers Mrs E Cocanougher About sixty were present The occasion was a very pleasant one and all went home feeling the evening hd been well spent Mr Marcus Cocanougher and little son Hubert of Springfield visited his parents here Sunday Mr Jim Bottoms and family were guests at Mr George Russells Sunday Misses Effie Edwards and Flossie Jsham visited Misses Gertie and Lettie Coyle Tuesday night Mr Leslie Coyle and family were gUests at Jimmie Best Sunday We are sorry to say that Mr Wood sie Coyle has typhoid fever He is do ing nicely at present Mr John Best lost a fine mare last wf ek from eating too much white clover which is so dangerous this year because there is so much of it the writer never remembers to heve see so much it nearly covers whole fields and is said to be as fatal to stock as red clover t Last week 11 D L Cocanaugher lost a valuable1 Jersey cow from milk lever Mr Dick May of Perryville the stock doctor said within the last year he has had torts cases of this kind and thirtyeight of them were Jerseys and also said watch the cow close after calving and if any symptoms of the disease appears make all the haste to get a doctor that is fully equipped to treat the disease i I c3Clfi3C3t Reductionin TrimmedHats ha a rle a great reduction1 Jldhavmgfind it to your advantage to oalt upon me- TRIMMED HATS AS LOW AS 50c WILLIAMSaMILLINERY aaooOoocooooooooooo crcxx cs ecx x Closing Exercises Lebanon Enterprise On Tuesday June 18 St Marys College closed one of the most successful years in the his tory of that venerable institution The day being an ideal one the spacious hall was soon taxed to its utmost capacity and the appreciative audience heartily applauded each number on the program and frequently called for an encore Masters Thomas Shea of Memphis Tennessee and Charles Bare of Cin cinnati Ohio and Mr James McCoy of Lexington delighted the audience with their excellent rendition of popular songs while Mr Richard Green of Morganfield distinguished himself by delivering the valedictory with such elor quence and sincerity that it brought tears to many eyes The feature of the program how ever was the alumni address by the Hon Ben Johnson of Bardstown Mr Johnson gave some excellent advice to the studentsand illustrated it with practical examples from li ehe spoke yery touchingly of the inimitable FatherFennessy and of Brother Angelo Cures Gapes Instantly i One drop of R41144 d down the bill of a gaping chickenkills the worm and relieves the chicken instant 1YWhen fed as a preventive it is the best I have ever used Wiq Cooms Bardstown Ky R41144 is guaran teed by your druggist Mr Haydon to cure CholeratGapes Roup and Lim No Cures No Pay Are you willing to try it +s + Some of Our + w iSpecIal LinestIn reading the magazines and periodicales you will notice that the following lines are extensively advertised They have been fittried by the public and have been found good We are agents for it these goods 4 The Black Cat Hosieryx u tuRG Corsets 7 Monarch Shirt 1 If Cluet Shirt 150 T U Famous Shirt 50c Famous EclipseShoe for Men 4 Selz Royal Blue and Perfecto t-shoes for Men w u Queen Quality for women t-U Irving Drew and House shoes for Schoolt Famous Swan Hat HeldmanHeldman Co fine Clothing for Men I Ettliriger Co Clothing for Boys iIc w ry SPECIAL PRICES FOR CASH r Gruncty McIntire f ww W wwwww fJQ yftC is THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 1907 TF cT ara ru7a ozara a a yAweCb WtvY There Is no such wora as neigh bor in the New York city dictionary It may have been there once but it so it was long ago used as a stake lor the barbed wire fence of exclusive keepyourdlstanceandwekeepourdis tanceuntllwekriowyouness It is told of a minister from the rural districts An old fashloned American who came to New York to take charge of a par- Ish that he started out to make calls and was seized in the hall of what in civilization would have been his next door neighbor He was rushed away to Bellevue for examination as to his Sanity The verdict was Insane Had no letter of introduction and was not in the set Shortly after the first anniversary of his wedding Bob gave up his office with Randolph Randolph and opened one for himself He explained that he was giving up his commission bust ness to devote all his time to personal trading With the opening of his new office he again became the most active man on the floor His trading was Intermittent For weeks he would not be seen at the Exchange or on the Street Then he would return and after executing a series of brilliant trades which were invariably success ful he would again disappear He soon became known as the luckiest operator in Wall street ahd the begin ning of his every new deal was the signal for his fastgrowing following to tag on- From time to time I learned that Beulah Sands was making no real improvement though in some details she had learned as a child learns But there was no indication ttiat she j would ever regain lost mind Strange stories of Bobs doings be ganto seep Into my office For long periods he woulddisappear Neither the nurses in charge o his wife nor his brother mother and sisters for whom he had purchased a mansion a few blocks above his own would hear a word from him Then he would return as suddenly as he had disappeared and his wild eyes and hag gard face would tell of a prolonged and desperate soul struggle He drank often now a habit he had rForan- niversary of his marriage he had been CLUBBING RATES WITHJLOUISVILLE DAILIES The Sun and The Louisville oneyear5 00 The Sun and the Daily Courier Journal except Sunday 6 40 20Theany three days in the week 3 7fl thedailyCourierJournal days in the kfsix 30TbeierJournal one year 2 80 dailyyr EveningPost t missing On the morning Pftire anni versary he appeared at theMsxchange wildeyed and daredevil reckless The market had been advancing for weeks and was at a high level Tom Rein hart and his branch of thp System were working out a new fleecing of the public In Union and Northern Paj cic At the strike of the gong took possession of the Union Pacific pole and in 30 minutes had precipitat ed a panic by his merciless selling Our house was heavily Interested In the Pacifies although not in cone J tiot with Reinhart and his crowd As soon as J got word that Bob was the cause of the slaughter I rushed over to the Exchange and my way into the crowd I begged a vord with him He had broken both stocks over 50 points a share and the anic was raging through the room Ho glared at me but finally followe me out into the lobby At first he could not heed my appeal but final he said Jim it Is too bad to lot up I had determined to rub this devilish institution off the map but if it really is a case 9f Injury to the house Its my opportunity to do something for you who have done so much for me here goes He threw himself intoISO Union Pacific crowd first giving an order to a group of his brokers who jumped for a number of other poles Almost instantly the panic was stayed and stocks were bounding upward two to five points at a leap Bob continued buying Union Pacific and his brokers other stocks in limited quantities Nothing like such a quick turn of the market had been seen beforej His power to absorb Where Can Find Liberty her ngver Times Journal stocks seemed to be boundless It was estimated that personally and tl1rCJh his brokers he bought over a million shares before he joined me and left the Exchange- I looked at him In wonderment Bobf cannot understand you I said at last as we turned out of Broad street Into Wall It seems as If you work with magic Everything you touch turns to gold He wheeled on me Yes Jim you are right Gold heartless soulless gold But what is the dress good for What Is It good for to me Today I suppose I have made the biggest oneman killing in the history of the Street I must be an easy twenty five millions richer In gold than I was this morning and I had enough then to dam the East river and a good section of the North But tell me Jim tell me what can it buy In this world that I have not got I Mad health and happiness perfect health pure happiness when I did not have a thousand all told Now I have fifty millions and I know how to get fifty or five hundred and fifty more any time I care to take them and I have only physical and mental hell No beggar in all the world is so poor in happiness as I Tell me tell me Jim In the name of God If there is one for already the game of gold Is rob bing me of my faith In God where can I buy a little just a little happi ness with all this cursed yellow dirt What will It get me In the next world Jim Randolph what will It get me If I had died when I was poor I think you will agree with me that If there Is a heaven I should have stood an even chance of getting there Now i on a day like today when you sea the results of my work the results of my handling of unlimited gold you must agree that if I were taken oft I should stand more than an even show of landing In hell where the sul phur is thickest and the flames are hottestWe were at the entrance of Ran dolph Randolphs office as he pour ed out this terrible torrent of bitter ness He glared at me as a dnngeon prisoner mig tare at his keeper for his answer tptrWhere can I find liber ty I ha words to answer him As I noted the awful changes In every line of his face the rigid hardness the haunted nervous look of despera tion which seemed a forerunner of madness I could not see either where his millions brought any hap piness His hair which once was smooth and orderly hung over his forehead in an unflarted mass of tan Tied curls and here and there show ed of white Bob Brownley was still handsome even more fascinating than before the mercury entered his soul but it was that wild awful beauty of the caged lion lashing himself into madness with memories of his lost freedom t Jim he went on when he saw I could not answer I guess you dont know where I can swap the yellow mud for balm of Gilcad I wont both er you with my troubles any longer I will go uptown and see the little girl whose happiness Tom Reinhart needed in his business I will go up and show her the pictures In this weeks Colliers of the fine hospital for incurables that Reinhart has so generously and nobly built at a cost of two and a half millions The lit tle girl may think better of Reinhart when she knows that her fathers money was put to such good use Who knows but the great finance king may dedicate it as the Judge Lee Sands Home and carve over the entrance a basrelief of her father mother and sister with Hope Faith and Charity coming from the mouths of their hanging severed heads Boll Brownley laughed a horrible ringing laugh as he uttered these aw ful words Then he beat his hand down on my shoulders as he said in a hoarse voice Jim but for you I should have had crimps in that jackal philanthropists soul by now and in the souls of his kind But never mind He will keep he will surely keep until I get to him Every day he lives he will be fitter for the crimp Ing Within the short two years since he finished grilling Judge Sands soul he has put himself in better form to appreciate his reward I see by the press that at last his aristocratic wife has goldcured Newport of Its habit of dating back the name Relnhari to her scullionhood and it has taken her into the highinstep circle I read the other day of his daughters marriage to some English nob and of the dis covery of the ancient Reinhart family tree and crest with the mailed hand and twoedged dirk and the vulture rampant and the motto Who strikes In the back strikes often He left me with his laugh still ringing IImy ears I shuddered as I posse under the old blackand gold slg my uncle and my father had nail ed pver the office entrance In an age now dead an age when Wall s root men talked of honor and gold not gold and more gold In telling my wife bfl the days hap penings i could not refrain from giv ing vent to the feelings that consum ed nfe Kate Bob will surely do something awful one of these days I can see no hope for him He grows more and more the madman as he broods over his horrible situation The whole thing seems Incredible to me Never was a human being in unllimitedJim how otherII cannot read or you me creates those panics and makes all that money No one has ever been able to figure It out I answered I understand the stock business but I can not for the life of mesee how he does it He has none of the money pow ers In league with him thats sure for In the mood he has been In dur ing the past two years it would be Im possible for him to work with them even If his salvation depended on It The mention of any of the big Sys tern men drives him to a fury He has today made more money than any one man ever made In a day since the world began and he had only com menced his work when he quit to please me As I stand In the Exchange and watch him do it it seems com monplace and simple Afterward It Is beyond my comprehension At the gait he Is going the Rockefeller Van derbilt and Gould fortunes combined will look tiny in comparison with the one he will have ha few years It is beyond my power of figuring outj and it gives me 3 headache every time I try to see through It CHAPTER fl II A number of times firing the fol lowing year and finally on the anniversary of the Sands tragedy Bob carried the Exchange to the verge of panic only to turn the market and save the Street In the end ills profits were fabulous Already his fortune was estimated to between two and three hundred millions one of the largest In the world His name had become one of terror wherever stocks were dealt In Wall street had come to regard his every deal from the moment that he began operations as Inevitably successful Now and again he would jump into the market when some of the plunging cliques had a bear raid under way and would put them to rout by buying every thing in sight and bidding utfprices until it looked as though he intended to do as extraordinary work on the upside as he was wont to do on the dovn At such times he was the Idol of the Exchange which worships the man who puts prices up as ithtitesI him who pulls thfm down Once when war news flashed over the wires from Washington and rumor had the cab Inet members senators and congress men selling the market short on advance information when the Stand ard Oil banks had put up money rates to 150 per cent and a crash seemed Inevitable Bob suddenly smashed the loan market by offering to RJrid one hundred millions at four per cent and by buying and bidding up prices at the same time he put the whole Washington crowd and Its New York accomplices to disastrous rout and caused them to lose millions He continued his operations with In creasing violence and increasing prof its up to the fourth anniversary of the tragedy On the Intervening annlyerl sary I had been compelled Interest and fear that he would really strucitureoff But with his growing madness my influence was waning Each raid it was with greater difficulty that I got his ear Finally on the fourth anniversary in a that seemed to be running into something more terrible than any acIwou ld not stop even if Randolph Randolph were doomed to go down in the crash It had become known on the floor that I was the only one who could do anything with him in his frenzies and my pleading with him in the lobby was watched by the mem bers of tpe Exchange with triple eyed suspense When it was clear from his Ten You Will Word gestures voice could not prevail upon him there was a frantic rush for the poles to throw over stocks in advance of him Sud denly after I had turned from him in despair there flashed Into my mind an idea The situation I was dealing with a decided that I was this last try I rushed Bob goodbye 1 In his ear In ten minutes you will get word that Jim has cut his throat He stopped as though I had plunged a knife Into him struck his forehead a blow and Into his wild brown eyes came a sick ening look of fear Stop Jim for Gods sake dont say that tome My cup is full now Dont tell me I am to have that crime on my He thought a moment I dont know whether you mean it Jim but I can take no chances not for all the money in the world not even for revenge Wait here Jim He yelled for his several rushed to him from different parts of the room He sent them back into the crowd while he dashed for the pole The day was saved he came back to me I must have atalk with you Come over to my office When we got there he turned the key and stood In front of me His great eyes looked full Into mine In college days gaz ing Into their brown depths by some magic I seemed to see the heroes and heroines of always tales as the child sees creatures far back In the burning Yule log flames But there were no joyous be ings In the haunted depths of Bobs eyes that day Jim you gave me an awful scare he said Dont ever do It again I have little left to live for To be sure I have some feeling for mother Fred and sisters But for you I have a love second only to that I should have felt for Beulah had I been allowed to have her The thought Jim that I had wrecked your life with all you have to live for would have been the last straw My life Is Beulah Is only an ever present curse to mea ghost that rends my heart and soul one minute with a blind frenzy to revenge her wrongs the next with an icy remorse that I have not already done so If I did not have her perhaps in time I could forget perhaps I might lay out some scheme to help poor devils whose poverty makes life unendur able and with the millions I have taken from the main shaft of hell I might do thingi that would at least bring quiet to my but It Is im possible with the living corpse of Beulah Sands before me every minute and that devil whirling Jn my brain all the time the song Re venge her and her fathpr revenge yourself It Is to give It up Jim I mu t have revenge I must stop this that is up more American hearts and souls each year than all the rest of earths grinders comb ned Every day I delay I become more fiendish In my de sires Jim dont think I do not know that I have literally turned into a fiend Whenever of late I see myself In the mirror I shudder When I think of what I was when your father stood us up In his office and started us in this soulcal lousing business and what I am now I cannot keep the madness down ex cept with rum You know what it means for me to say this me who started with all the pride of a Brown ley but it Is so Jim The other night I went home with my soul frozen with thoughts of the past and with my brain ablaze with rum to end It all I got out my revolver and woke Beulah but as I said Bob is In Minutes Get That Jim Randolph Has Out Hh- Throat emphatic andraised tromjdrink wasdesperateI whispered goodliye Randolph resounding soul brokersfand Amalgamated Presently Jim happyending enchanted brokenly purgatory soul machinery impossible machinery smashing heartshrivelling intending going to kill Beulah and himself she laughed that sweet childs laugh and clapping her hands said Bob Is so good to play with Beulah and then I thought of that dcivll Reinhart and the other fiends tof the System be- Ing left to continue their work unhindered and I could not do It I must have revenge I must smash that heartcrushing machinery Then I can go and take Beulah with me Now Jim let us have it clearly under stood once and for ail Remorse and softness were past he was the Indian again I am going to wreck that hellannex some day and that some day will be the next time I start in Dont argue with me dont mlsunderstanu me Today you stopped me I dont know whether you meant what you threatened I dont care now It is just as well that machineIagain It loses nothing of Its fiend Ishness none of Its destructive powers by grinding but on the contrary as you know It Increases its speed every day It runs Now Jim Randolph I want to tell you that you must get yours and the houses affairs in such shape that you wont be hurt when I go into that human rat pit the next time for when I come from It the New York Stock Exchange and the System will have had their spines unjointed Yes and Ill have their hearts out too Neither will ever be able to take from the American people their savings and thplr manhood and womanhood and give them In ex change unadulterated torment I am going to be fair with you Jim this Is the last time I will discuss the subject After this you must take your chance with therest of those who have to do with the cursed business When I strike again none will be spared I will wreck the Street and the Innocent will go down with the guilty If they have any stocks on hand at that time My power Jim is unlimited noth ing can stay it I am not going to explain any further You have soon me work You must know that my t l i power Is greater than the Systems and you and I and the Street have always known that the System is more powerful than the government more powerful than are the courts legisla tures congress and the president of tie United States combined that It absolutely controls the foundation on which they restthe money of the nation But my power is greater a thousand yes a million times greater than theirs Jim they say that I have made more money than any man in the world They say that I have five hundred millions of dollars but the fools dont keep track of my movements They only know that I have pulled five hundred millions from my open whirls the ones they have had an opportunity to keep tab on But I tell you that I have made even more in my secret deals than the amount they have seen me take I have had my agents with my capital in every deal every steal the System has rfgged up The world has been throw- Ing up its hands in horror because sburgIpulledswag in the Steel holdupyes swag Jim Dont scowl as though you want ed to read me a lecture on the coarse ness of my language l have learned to call this game of ours by Its right enterprisewithpulledoff tricks with bags of loot blackjack swagfor their end I got away with three hundred mil tlions when Steel slumped from 105 to 50 and from 50 to 8 and no one knew Id made a dollar You add the Street read every morning last year the guesses as to who could be rounding up hundreds of millions on the slump The papers and the market letters one morning said it was Standard Oil the next that it was Morgan then it was Frick Schwab Gates and so on down through the list Of course none of them denied r it is capital to all these knights of the road to be making millions in the minds of the world even though they never get any of the money Dick Turpin and Jonathan Wild never were fonder of having the daring holdups that other highwaymen perpetrated laid to their doors than are these modern bandits of being credit ed with ruthless deeds that they did not commit But Jim twas I who sold Pennsylvania every morniiig for a year while the selling was explain ed by the press as Cassatt cutting down Goulds telegraph poles Gould and old man Rockefeller selling Pennsylvania to get even Jim Randolph I have today a billion dollars not the JRockefeller or Carnegie kind but a real billion If I had rio other power but the power to call tomorrow for that billion in cash it would be suffi cient to lay In waste the financial world before tomorrow night You are welcome Jim to any part of that billion and the more you take the happier you will make me but when I strike In again dont attempt to stay me for It will do no good Shortly after this talk Bob left for Europe with Beulah A great Ger man expert on brain disorders had held out hope that a six months treat ment af his sanitarium In Berlin mightaid In restoring her mind They returned the following August The trip had been fruitless It was plain tome that Bob was the same hope lessly desperate man as when he left more hopeless more desperate iiany- thing than when he warned me of his determinationWhen left for Europe the Street breathed more freely and as time went by and there was no sigh of his confidencedisturbing influence In the market the System began to bring out its deferred deals Times were ripe for setting up the most wildly inflated stock lamb shearing traps It had been advertised through out the world that Tom Reinhart now a twohundfedtlme millionaire was to consolidate his and many other enter prises into one gigantic trust with twelve billions of capital His Union and Soujtherq Pacific railroads his Southern lines together with his steamship company and lead Iron and copper mines were to be merged with the steel traction gas and other enterprises he owned jointly with Standard Oil Some of the railroads owned by Rockefeller and his pals in which Reinhart had no part were to go in too and with these was to unite that mother hog of them all Stand drd 011 itself The trust was to be an enormous company the like of which had until then not even been dreamed of by the most daring stock manipulators The Systems banks as well as trust and insurance companies throughout the country had for a long time been getting into shape by concentrating the money of the country for this monster trust It was newspaper and news bureau gossip that Reinhart and his crowd had bought millions of shares of the different stocks involved in the deal and It was common knowledge that upon its successful completion Rein harts fortune would be in the neighborhood of a billion On October 1st AntiPeoplesTrust 000 shares were listed upon the New York London and Boston Stock Ex changes and the German and French Bourses and trading In them started off fast and furious at 106 The claim that one billion of the twelve billions usedinstock In the market had been so widely advertised that even the most dates ing plunger did not think of selling It short Continued NextWeek The Decadence of Scotch Humor Parties wanted with capital to join ti practical man in the making of low in the south of Scotland Scotsman t i I ITUE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 261901 1 4 sSiie s sl t SS sSSSSSSSISSS IJI- I A Piano PlacedIIr In Your F I rrespondI IF YOU intend purchasing a piano it would be dollars in your pocket to get in c ence withus Being the largest piano dealers in the South and buying them m carload lots enables us to quote prices on Pianos Player Pianos and Piano Playersjjthat will quickly convince the most skeptical that we can do all we say if given the opportunity Our line consists of the following worldfamous makes PIANOS PRICE 178 UA PLAYER PIANOS oJ 5OO UP 1 a PIANO PLA YERS J PRICE 250 1 EontenegroRiehm Music Co Louisville Ky Kindlyvsend me full particulars by return mail how you will place a piano in my home on trial Name t 4 Address JIMONTENEGRORIEHMINCORPORATED MUSIC I 628630 Fourth Avenue Ky t 1When Woman Guides11y JL he ItotLINSLEY DOOLITTLE CnpvrlQht 1WI bu P C Ecutmertj WM The unusual is ee the most attrac morningkunbusinesslike envelope and hastily tore it open He read softly with rising elation My Dear Jimmy Monday evening next April I am planning a little heart surprise party In honor of Httto sisters birthday It wont be complete without one other best friends so please cut everything and cone I should have let you know sooner had I npt expected to see you at the club reception last night Where were youout with the other girl Anyway Monday evening without fait Your sln- cereoofrlend i GRACE LOUIS ELSTON It wouldnt do to miss larjories birthdayIn memory of three years ago if for no other reason he meditated Too bad she had to kick up such a Cuss over nothing How was I to blame She must have waked up or I never should have been invited I wonder But at that moment the pile of business letters caught his eye reprovingly Arriving early at the Elston home be found the apartment ablaze with hearts Large ones adorned the cur tains and electrollers while smaller tokens of the occasion were strewn about In picturesque profusion Above the main doorway hung a flying Cupid prince of romance The early arrivals had formed into Interested groups More than once Bower thought he heard the mention of some engagement but upon drawing nearer he was niet by a sudden change of subject and what seemed half startled glances At last he cornered his hostess What does a heart party usually mean she parried with a laugh that Jarred strangely on his nerves Oh theres Mr Stanwood l must see that be meets some of the outoftowners and she was gone Just then Marjorie entered ULittleI sister as he had once called ed very much grown up tonight Bow er was among the first to press for ward with congratulations How many Is it this time he quizzed in well feigned ignorance Lets see thr e years ago Jt was nineteen This time you throw double twos sign of good luck She smiled In some embarrassment You have too good a memory Jim Cant you ever forget After the teen a girl Isnt so proud of her age He made way for the others with a tingling sensation of loss After all had It been so much her fault three years ago At the other side of the room he caught sight of Miss Sherwood beckoning tOhlin with parted lips Me chanically he crossed to her side I was never so stumped In my life confided his companion You are an old friend of the family Mr Bqwer Did Miss Elston ten yon before tonight I was about as much In the dark as anyone he evaded And did you see the ring she rat tIed on Its a perfect beauty 4 ku- Lx Jim smiled to hide his suspicion Those best wisheswere they as Inno cently attached to her birthday as he had supposed He tried to recall ber- ne friends but none seemed to fit the if you cant tell me anymore about the man than that I guess Ill bunt up some one who can Miss Sherwood disappeared with a parting shot I always supposed you were the right bower in that game Miss Elston was passing the tally catds The head table is up there she indicated and the booby at the other end As there are two peopleJ short the poorest couple at table will have to drop out each time until the next change Youll find a consolation cozy corner In tlje conserv atoryStarting at the third table Jim slowly advanced to the head and then as suddenly dropped to the other end Marjorie was already there Unlucky in cards she laughed iou might have given a fellow a little warning he grieved sort of chance to renew his option But the sound of the bell cut short the conver satlon For the next ten minutes he played atrociously now heaping hearts upon her score now adding needlessly to his own TIre other pair exchanged know Ing glances He uldnt have made a plainer bid for the cozy corner Yet Marjorie seemed 6bliIpus Now tell me all about It began Jim a few minutes later Marjorie hesitated There isnt so much to tell she began slowly at last Clinton Is a dis cant cousin of mine He cares for me and I care tor him Hes well off and generous and good looking She weighed each winning quality with a deliberation that hurtAnd above all he knows his own mind Why shouldnt I love him she demanded turning suddenly to her companion Oh dont mind me tonight lie deprecated Its Just thiscantseem to realize what it all means to me We did have such good times once Manic She started at the sound of her nickname so dearly loved of old We were children then reflectively And you promised to give ine first chance if any one else came along he pursued drawing closer Did I really How foolish of ne1 Fie laughed Yet we were rhlldron through It all We even scrapped like children at the finish ownedI up to his Xo all your fault she corrected hhuedemanded Jlm She started violently Why the Idea what a question Here I came out for a friendly little talk with you and youre proving supposes I shall ever marry a man I dont love Not much Isis mm crept softly around her waist Havent you any regard for honor she entreated We uiustnt I mean you mustnt forget Honor repented Jim slowly No What do I care for honor If I lode yea Manic Cant you see that Ive loved you all the time and that it was just my infernal jealousy and pride that kicked up the trouble Yes I suppose we were children thou for children never stop to appreciate their hnpp comradeship till too late But couldnt Welke children again Marjiet you and tI1 f Chickering Sons Decker Sons Haines Bro Schubert Armstrong Marshall Wendell Foster Co SohmerCec lian Farrand Cecilianahd the Ad topi ano fGThe Cecilia A a er that can ibie at j fitacked In order to demonstrate to you that we have the right Pianos at the right price we will place a piano in your home on trial and if you are not sat isfied with it we will take it out and the trial will not Cost you a cent CO Louisville 1 while all the rest are growing up Io you remember It was four years ago tonight that I met youat the restous box party He drew her closer to him Every tjhing favored the contrite lover The fragrance of the hothouse plants blend ed Into a heavy perfume The Japa nese lanterns glowed softly with warm color harniony He gently turned her face from the lightDo he repeated With a gesture of impatience or was It of fright she arose and threw open a window As she stood gazing Into the night a distant hurdy gurdy struck up the much worn Good Old Summer Time lIe joined her Do you remember the first time we heard It together down on the Jersey shore Manic Do It Oh what was I saying It Isnt falrshc implored Jim turned unsteadily from the fresh suing breeze to the heavy fragrance withinTell I guess its goodby Marjle He held out his hand Oh why couldnt I she breathed He snatched her to him Manic look at me- Slowly she raised her eyes then as suddenly buried her face In her hands Oh Low could you she gasped with a frightened cryaGently he stroked her hair Ill go away and wait if It will do any good he began feverishly If youll ah hang that engagement Others have disco Bred their mistake and broken on be fore It was too lute Will It do any good if I wait Tell me Marjle I must know Unresisting yet shying violently she rested her head ng his shoul der but only for an Instant There was a sound of moving chairs and ap proaching voices May I como around tomorrow night he urged as he turned to the nodded carelessly for steps wero close at handSie were just looking for you Marjorie said tier sister Its time toIcut the birthday cake What has kept you two hasbeens so busy out here Youll be talked about I was just outlining my future plans answered Jim following the girls to the card room Youre perfect dears both of you Marjorie was saying to Grace and Clinton am hour later Jimmys such a dog In the manger I knew he cared for me but that hed never come to the point unless souse one else butted in It was such a Joke to see how everybody thought Clinton was en gaged to little me when big sister was it the whole time Grace sleepily consulted her watch It Is getting very late she court mented Suppose you return my ring From my tlrst glimpse into the conI servatory I should judge that yours will arrive In a day or two How to Dry Umbrellas The best way to dry an umbrella and to preserve It is to leave it spread on the floor or in the hull Where there Is not enough room to allow that re verse the usual method trod stand the umbrella lu the corner with the handle down says Womans Life The rain drips quicker off the points The ordl nary way collects nil the water at one place where tho cloth dries slowly and puttumbrella stand qty SUED BY TWO MfN Each Swears Brooklyn School teacher Is His Wife ASKS ALIMONY FROM BOTH 4 Woman Undisturbed by Her Odd Fix Continues to Draw 960a Year From School Board While Demanding That Plaintiffs Jointly Pension Her Though she Is calmly teaching the children In pubHc school Xo 23at Consolyou and Humbokk streets Brooklyn It was developed In the Kings county supreme iourtthat Miss Ada M Kollmyer Is defendant lii two suits entered by two mou wtfo are try ingto get legal freedom from her One Is seeking for an absolute divorce while the other Issuing to have his marriage to the teacher annulled on the ground that slue had never been divorc ed from the wther Though she Is registered as Miss Ada L Kollmyer In the record of the school oiarttt was stated in court that her real name Is Mrs Ada M KoIlmyerKIngIIays Thehlstoryof lnec unusual marriage relations came out before Justice Kel BHE REPRESENTED THAT SOB HAD BEEN DIVOBCKD ly In the special terin of the Kings county supreme court when she appeared through counsel in rt motion for temporary alimony and counsel fee in one of the suits This suit In which the teacher app peared as a defendant was entered by John P King a traveling salesman who alleges that he married her in 1803 King in his complaint placed empha sis on the point that he was only twen ty years old wizen he meT Miss Koll flyer at a summer resort while she was several years his senior Bit that appeared to be np bar to their happ ness till his wife Megan to show plainly that she had a strong mind of her own Exasperated by his wifes determina tion to have hep way King finally packed his trunk and let her That wits ii 1000 He iiewr heucd roiHher again till one day lu 1000 when he meta mutual girl friend in Manhattan Do you know that ads has a divorce from you asked the girl and that she has been married to another man King was shocked the question Then the girl t lhlfk that ms wife had obtained a divorce in New Jersey and had been married to a Dr Hays whom she had met In Yonkers King went home that night thinking hard He wondered how his wife could have obtained a divorce without his know Ing anything about it A search through the records of the Jersey courts reAc ed t that Mrs King had ohtalnedIn divorce iu some manner unknown to him The court records stated that the divorce was granted on the ground of desertion But as King maintained no pa suit had exec been served persJnlthe decId to Investigate further He trailed his wife to Yonkers There he learned that in April 1000 she had met and mnrrjed Dr John R Hays who has un IoU1ce at 429 Sixth avenue New York pit King looked up Dr Hays and ex plumed the case to him lines was astounded King jjnid when he learned that King Inxlstdd tint time woman still was his wife Wily said Hays in amazement she represented to me that she had been dlvorcod from you Tilt two mon consulted further In a few days Dr Hays entered a suit for annulment ol bin marriage with the teacher on the gnwmd aka still the wife of King bcctM In the writ in which she alleged site obtnhi l a di vorce no papers hind pyerJxHu wrved on King King went bnek fc Brooklyn nd en tered a suit tor cUvonw naming Dr Hays as the corespondent King began his suit In Kings county while Dr Hays entered his action In Manhattan AS corespondent in Kings milt Hays made an affidavit In which be corrobo rated every thing wild about tire allog ed Illegal divorce anti the teachers rep rL s ntutIoii that sh jhnd been divorced from King In Hays wilt for the an tlulmcut Of his marriage totho touchier King swore to an flklnvlt setting that time teucher wits still his wifetThe young tKvcbws determination to fight both actions to a finish was IncJl cated by her motion for alimony and counsel fee in the w hsg suit In oppbs = + I Merchant 1 Professional Man I Farmer 1 Mechanic 5 + rvv Jr w j You need stationary You may think you don t need it but you do A r J4 business letter written upon a piece of tablet paper i loses its effect in the business world assoonas it is opened A nicely neatly printed lejtjpjr head has its weight t with the man who recieves the letter Dont Write on Tablet Paper The man who receives your letter may wrongly decide that you are like the paperNO GOOD Let The Sun print you l t 5OO Letter Heads for 15Oi J 5OO Envelopes for t Z150 flfcs Or if you dont need that many we will printpOO Lti f letter heads and 100 envelopes for 100 both for iv ONE DOLLAR I fioJ 4 I 1ping1ieldKY I tug the motion in whlcn she asked for an allowance of 25 a week and 250 for counsel from King Henry R Wil lis of 229 Broadway counsel for King argued that the teachers motion should not be granted because she had made a similar motion in the suit entered by Hays Willis also read a letter from Super intendent Maxwell The superintendent said that Miss Kollmyer as she Is known 1n school No23 Is getting a yearly salary of 900 A woman get ting such a salary Willis argued should not tick such a large allowance from her husband When seen in her home in Brooklyn time young schoolteacher smilingly alleged that King and Hays were In a conspiracy against her She pointed out that the affidavits of one were cor roborated by the other in both suits When asked whether she really ob tained a divorce from King she warm ly announced that of course she did But are you not afraid that these suits will affect your position as teacher she was asked Oh no not at all she replied All my principals and the teachers with whom I work have known of the un fortunate suits for along time The teacher who is a brunette of slender build said she had been sup porting her father and mother for years ns an Instructor When asked whether it was true she had applied for alimony in both cases she said she did not know what her attorney had done and that questions pf that nature could hest be answered 4by him Memory of Sleepwalkers The memory of sleepwalkers is oc InfiuIencemoves them There Is an Instance of n poor and illiterate basket maker who was unable to read or write yet In a state of sleep he would preach fluent sermons which were afterward recognized as having formed portions bf discourses he was accustomed to hear In the parish church as a child more than forty years before Quite as strange1 a ease of unconscious memory Is referred to by Dr Aber crombIe A girl given to sleepwalking was In the habit of Imitating the violin with her lips giving the preliminary tuning and scraping and nourishing with the utmost fidelity It puzzled the physician a good deal until he ascertained that when a child she lived ina room adjoining a fiddler who often jpierformed on his violin In her hearing Toursons Weekly Appendicitis oftheonlyDrgentle cleansers and Guaranteed to cure headache bilious ness malaria and jaundice at Hayden Robertson drug store 25c THEO IL- YKentucky State i Journal Incorporated Published at the Capital of The States Cpntains besides the Associated Press1 dispatches the news of the State and world full reports of the Court of Ap peals the doings of the State adminis tration and all the local news- SUBSCRIPTION 400 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE W P WALTON Frankfort Ky The Sun and Daily Kentucky State Jour nal both one year 4 THE SUN AND Both p pets yr Bryans Commoner 175 Weekly CourierJournal 150 Weekly Louisville Heraldr 125 150 Weekly Cincinnati Enquirer 17T Weekly Atlanta 17S1 SemiWeekly St Louis Republic 175 SemiWeekly St Louis 175ThriceaWeekHome and Farm125Ame-rican Agriculturist 175 American Epitomist il50American Farmer 1050Breeders Gazette 225 Country Gentleman 200 Farm and Fireside 135 Farm Field and Fireside l75 325SLlppmcos Ledger Monthly 175 Harpers Magazine 4351 Harpers Weekly 435 Sunny South T5C L arid N Railroad Time Table YIncomingArrives nt Springfield 825 pm1240 p m 705 p m ArrVcs nt Bar stown 735 1100 a m 606 ArrIves at Bardstown Junctn 650 906II 522II r j- t Leaves Louisville 600 730 430II I DailyOutgoing Leaves Springfield 525 a m 715 am 100 p m Leaves Bar dst own 612 800 ii 220 Leaves BardstownJunct n 655II 845 410 p n Arrives at Louisville 745 II 9 355EC45t jRm t Jif I S7l k THE SPRINGFIELD SUN WEDNESDAY JUNE 26 7gJ Republican Platform The Republican Party in Kentucky in ccnsention assembled adopts the following platform FirstWe approve the policies and commend the ability integrity and courage of President Roosevelt and his Administration and without expressing a preference for any candidate favor the selection by the next National Conj vention for President of one in full a cord with these policies and who wfITI energetically carry them out in the Interests of all the people Second We demand that all elec tions shall be honestly conducted and declare that the cause good government and the future happiness and wel- faretr of the people of Kentucky are in separably bound up in the suppression of all abuses and crimes against an honest ballot that have so unfortunately disgraced cur State under Dem rule depriving the people of their rightful herita representative government The law for registration certificates imposed on the State by the Democrat ic party for immoral political purposes whereby votes in have be passingbyThird =The judiciary boththe Circuit and Appellate Courts should be chosenT pn nonpartisan grounds and the continuance in office of- faithful judicial public servants should bedetermined by no other qualification than fitness Fourth There should be complete publicity concerning the expenditure of money for political campaigns anda law should be passed providing for accounting by candidates and campaign managers f all sums ot money col lected for political purposes Fifth We demand the redistricting- of Kentucky in Legislative Senatorial C ngfessional and Judicial Districts which shall give equal representation and equal voting power to every z m of every district in conformity with t e plain requirements of the Conven on and not as at present in flagrant violation thereof Sixth There should be prompt and efliiiient enforcement of the criminal awe of every kind and at aU times bu especially at this time do we call for the rigid enforcement of the law of crime iUsIticeinpractically unpunished Election thieves poolroom operators and others who commit crimes in the interest of those controlling the local administration of some of our cities and counties should be punished and the juries should be so selected as to prevent the packing of juries for the purpose of securing verdicts in accord ance the wishes of those in whose hands the selection of the juries is placed or under whose control and di rection they are selected Seventh We demand that the books vouchers and accounts of all municipal ities all public officers and public insti tutions supported by the State coun ties or cities and of all corporations in which a city of the State owns the majority interesteither directly or through subordinate corporations trus tees or commissioners shall be open to inspection and investigation at all times by any citizen and Shall be regularly audited and the results published by an independent accountant who shall not be eligible to reexamine such ks vouchers br accounts twice in Succession ighthWe demand a reform in the management of our public eleemosy and institutions to the end bipartisanciples and their inmates treated hu inanely NinthWe favor the enactment and enforcement of a uniform local option law with the county as the governing unitaTenthWe demand that the public schools of the State shall be taken and kept entirely out of politics and that the interests and welfare of the chil drenshall have first consideration in matters We call for better schools and school houses for longer school terms in the country and better for the teachers and that elections for school trus tees be had on different days from other elections Eleventh We favor amendments to State laws permitting arid encouraging joint nominations of the same candi date by the different parties TwelfthWe condemn the law pass rJcfor immoral political creat ing Racing Commission in Kentucky aid demand its repeal Thirteenth We condemn the enact ment by the Democratic party of a large number of obnoxious tax laws and the creation of useless offices as the reward of partisan service and we promise if given power to repealall such laws and r use tax to the lowest possible rate consistent with an efficient administration of the State vfloyernment CONCLUSION For years past the legislation enacted by the Democratic party and dictated by certain of its leaders has not been for the benefit of the citizenbut of the officeholder The chief aim of such legislation has been the continued holding of office and the creation of new offices to be traded in as rewards for party service The citizen is at last realizing as never before that the administration of public affairs is a business that comes close home to him that such business must be honestly and efficient ly conducted and that his ballot should not be cast as a matter of sentiment but for that candidate or that party which shows the highest capacity for properly conducting the affairs of the principlesWecitizens regardless of their party affi liations for the State ticket selected by this convention and for the policies believmftthattacky HAPPY HOLLOW r run Mrs Laura Scruggs and little daughr ter spent Wednesday with Mr Tom Mcllvoy and family Mr Tom Tennil and family spent from Friday till Sunday with and relatives at Antioch friendsI Mr Solomon Kays andson t eI and Miss Pearl Armstrong spent Tues day with Mr W B Barlow and fam ily at Polin Mr Purdom Pinkston of DeKalb ill is visiting friends and relatives at this place Miss Sara Shields has returned from a two weeks visit at tatham Springs Mr Solomon Kays was in Willisburg Saturday afternoon Mrs Laura Scruggs and daughter and Miss Lula Colvin spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs Colvin at Fairview Misses Pearl and Myrtle Reeling spent Wednesday afternoon with Mrs J S Leachman at Locust Grove Mrs J D Sutherland was in Willis burg Saturday afternoon Mr Mitt Keeling of Willisburg spent Saturday nights with his sister Mrs Lee Settles Mr M C Keeling and family and Mr John Armstrong and lamily attended the Sunday school convention at Fairview Sunday There will be a protracted meting at Hillsboro the second Sunday in next month Rev Mullin will preach Mr John Kays visited his father at Polin Saturday night and Sunday Mrs Harvey Barnett and mother Mrs J M Walls were in illisburg Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs L M Clark visited his brother Mr Gabe Clark of Willis burg Saturday The women ilk this neighborhood are having bad luckwith their chickens and turkeys this year Mr Morris Cheatham and wife spent Sunday with Mr LM Clark and fam ily forI State Librarian Mrs W Leslie Collin the well known poet author and composer will bs a candidate for State Librarian before the coming general Assembly of Kentucky She was the contending candidate for the last nomination Mrs Collins formerly Miss Emma Gowdy is a native of Gampbellsville Taylor county and is the widow of a turtman and livestock broker who was exceedingly popular throughout the State He was a lifelong resident of Franklin county and was always a Democrat stanch and true and an untiring party worker Mrs Collins father Hon A F Gowdy several times represented Tay lor and Green counties in the Legisla ture Mr Gowdy was a prominent KnightTemplar He joined the Frankfort Commandery in 1847 and was oie of the first Masons in the StateI Mrs Collins is the neice of Sister Lucina of Nazareth who is the me st interesting woman in the Catho ic timethethe first to celebrate her goen jubilee several years ago Mrs Collins is a charming woman handsome talented and highly accomplished and hays won tame by her poems stories and musical composi tions A college graduate with the degreeof A Bj brilliant and attrac tive with a true nobility of character which wins for her the highest respect and admiration lof all who know her and is in every way qualified for the position which she seeks The above excerp from the Louisville Times will be of g reat interest to the people of this and surrounding counties indeed throughout the Fourth Congressional district where Mrs Collins kinsmen and connections predominate in politics Of course every politician of any note in the district knows that in supporting Mrs Collins he is elec tioneering for himself for such bread cast upon the waters politicalwill return after many Jays in the shape of votes that lead to desired offices but Mrs Collins will be supported in this district because she is of our ain folks beloved by ill who know her because she is a noble woman a per fect lady lovely in mind and character and because there is NO ONE in the State better fitted for the position which she seeks We feel sure that the boasted chivalryas well as the true womanhood of Kentucky will stand by her and help her to win the position so nobly tought for and so courageously won by a WOMAN for WOMEN so many years ago and which has been occupied ever since by good women than whom there is none more deserving han Mrs W Leslie Collins LibrarIian A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a vent able wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs J D Glapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occurred Hers n seemed near death with lung and throat troubles Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes givinggreat medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaranteed lungtroublesdruggists 80c and 100 Trial bottle oJ y 1 t MOORESVILLE Born since pur last to the wife of Will Cutsinger an eightpound girl Mrs Jeff Smith and daughter Miss Maggie were in Springfield last Fri day Several of our people attended coun ty court at Springfield Monday School will open at Fairview schoolhouse Monday July 1st 1907 with Miss Annie Jones as teacher Mrs Josie Settles and daughter Elizabeth are visiting her sister Mrs Brown of McLean county this week Mr John Lere and son of Taylor countyvisited relatives here Bennie Cutsinger broke two bones in his arm by getting it caught between the gate and post The turnpike crew will finish up this week and move near PolinJ Mrs Sherman Weekly has returned to her home in Louisville Mr J A Oliver is visiting his broth er Mr J N H Oliver He lives in Arkansas and it is the first time they have met since 1862 Mr Burn Mattingly has three chit dren seriously ill of pneumonia Miss Lizzie Oliver of Springfield is visiting her father at this place There was a fishing party from Springfield on the Big Beach last week Wheat harvest will open up this weekand continue for about ten days HARDESTY As we have been absent from your paper for some time we will try Ito jot down a few Items Mr FrankJanes and wife of Valley Hill spent Thursday with Mr Mit Sales and family Mrs Solomon Kays and little son Charlie and Miss Pearl Armstrong spent Tuesday with Mrs W B Bar low Misses Nora and Valeria Goodlett spent Saturday night and Sunday with their brother Mr Ezra Goodlett Mrs Emma Yancy spent Thursday with her mother Mrs Sales Mrs Bruce Williams of Midway spent Thursday with her mother Mrs Eliza Mitchell Mr H H Tatham bought of Mr Hez Goodlett a nice heifer for 1850 Mr Tom Snider and wife of Chaplin Fork spent Friday with the latters mother Mrs Lucy Sales Mrs W S Y Goodlett and daugh t jrs Tavie Jennie and Ola spant Fri day with Mr Johnnie Walls and fam liy Mrs Sabe Hardin and children spent Thursday with her parents Mr and Mrs John Kays Messrs Hubert Virgin and Clyde Goatley spent Sunday with MrJ W Gray and family A Terrific Storm r Henderson KyJune23A terrific storm which ook of the nature of a whirlwind visitedthe city and adjacent territory about 2 oclock this afternoon Many trees chimneys and wires were blown down here The country districts have not been heard from on account of damaged telephone wires Two hundred people had a narrow escape on board the Jewel an excursion steamer which was blown into the Kentucky shore three miles above this city Nfnetyhve per cent of the excursionists jumped from the second deck to the shore a height of twenty feet One colored woman broke her left leg below the knee and a white womanWas injured by being caught betweEihe boat and the shore The boat was blown against the shore with such force that the deck was covered several inches deep with dirt The boat was on its up trip to Evans ville when the storm came up Capt C G Perkins and Matt Frank Dechamp together with other members of the crew succeeded in quieting the panic and after the boat was made fast to the shore the excited passengers who had jumped were induced to get aboard The boat after the delay about an hour and a halt arrived in safety ocooooc xc Ice Cream Soft Drinks have opened an Ice Cream and Soft Drink Parlor in the room formerly occupied by my saloon and I respectfully ask my friends to call upon qie Cream will be furnished in Bulk Cheaper than you can freeze it Cf PRICE t cf O tIi Great Opportunity a Jolly Lebanon thee t r I J Chautauqua i Jts iL July 18th to July 27 1907r i f Come and camp out with your families for ten days and let the wife and little ones en ijoy the rood things of our program Every day will be full of interest 4 t Ir n+ b IioSPECIA ATTRACTIONS ll JULY 19 L J Beauchamp Base Ball Ath letic Elocutionary Contest JULY 20 Hon Wm J Bryan LoJ Beau i champ Weslegan Quartette fit JULY 23 s Hon Ben Pitchfork Tillman L B W Spafford Cartoonist Moving Pictures JULY 25 George R Stuart Father E P Gra ham Booth Lowerv J JULY 27 G Guy Carleton Lee S W Gillilan Chautauqua Day BASE BALL GAME nearly every 4i day fit H II tfit f can camp out dp your camp take eqr more meals at boardinghouseTents for 10x12 up in size up in price tit Send in for tor all to + Thomas Cornelison Secretary f f Mr J B Peyton of Louisville was theguestof Mr David Purdom last W S Purdom and were in last week guest of the formers sister Mrs J B Peyton Messrs Jacob Peterson and wife and Clay Brady and wife were present at the dinner of mother Mrs Jamlma Brady which was given at the home of her sonMrChasBrady- of Springfield Mr J M Sweazywife and children of Greens Chapel Ky were guests of the formers sister Mrs J D Peter son Mrs G W Murphy is ill at this Jacob entertained the guests last Mrs Bot toms and Mrs Nut Campbell of Spring Seld Mrs W T Barnette of Mack ville Mrs Ernest W Crume of Ered ericktown and Miss Harmon of Bowl ing Green Miss Patience Crooke of Springfield is the guest of Miss Lena Gibtis Mr Geo Gibbs and wife are in Louis ville this week guests ot son Mr Henry Gibbs Mrs M E Dorsey left last week for where she will attend the exposition Mr and Mrs Clay the formers baother Mr Deboe Brady of Springfield last Sunday Mr Cpcanougher intense from a bruise he received 01 his hand some time ago He is un pMrs bed for some time is now convalesentl Key W Campbell and returned home after a visit itO Mrs Minor Ransdale Misses Ada and Hattie Arnold are in theiriMrs Arnold died at her home near Perryville last week 21st Mrs Arnold has been sick for more than a year but her friends did not dream ot the tine for her to die being so near She was about eighty years of age and was loved and respected by all Her remains were interred in the Union Mrs Arnold leaves four children to mourn her death all of whom are married They are Messr Morganof Perryville Blake of Mack and Arvin and Robt Arnold of this place A large cot c use of friends attended the funeral and covered the casket with beautiful flowers in testi tehave Good Time at 1Ai a ELOCUTIONARY CONTEST AT THE LEBANON CHAUTAUQUA JULY 19 AT 8 P M 25 in Gold to 1st 10 in Gold to 2nd +Those desiring to this contest will ase write Secretary M Cornelisbn Lebanon for particulars and conditions ATHLETIC CONTEST For High School and Academy Ath letes Prizes fur best in events 100 yard dash Running broad jump High Jump putting 12 pound shot etc July 19 at 330 p m Clay Pigeon Tournament and Exhi bition Shooting July 23 and 24 + willt II 1 ttt IIYou and own cooking or o rent and 3 and v 4 application tent and apply information + t M r f MM 4 TEXAS granddaughter Louisville birthday their recently writingMrs Kimberlin following week their Jamestown Bradyvisited Chas i suffering pain J wifehave their daughter Julia June cemetery yille ct enter Thos following Running and CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH COILong distance lines and telephones of this Company enable you to talk almost w anywhere In Southern Indiana Southern Illinois Kentucky Tennessee Mississippi and Louisiana We can put you In quick and satisfactory communication with the people of this great section of the country We solicit your patronage Rates reason able Equipments and facilities unsur passed JAMES E CALDWELL LELAND HUME T D WCM t IreHldent M Genl Manager Beoza Ant Genl Mgr Tre sr mony of their love May the God o all comfort the bereaved ones as onl Y God can and may they so live that in that great day they can all meet in that home where sorrow and suffering isno more CARDAYELL JL Mr Elisha Royalty will leave forINorth Dakota in a few days to run engine during the threshing season H expects to be gone until January- W L Graham is building an addition to his house also painting Large crowds are coming out to hear Revs Williams and Shirley preach at Battle Meeting will continue until Friday night Born on the 20th to the wife of E T Perkins a 9 pound girl Both mother and baby are doing well Mr R A Willham sold his farm of 117 acres to J A Kyler for 2250 pe acre Possession Jan 1908 Mr Willham bought of Kirby Woods of Salyisa 120 acres at 45 per acre This house1windham and family from our town but our loss is Salvisa gain Mrs K G Holiday has been quite sick but is better at this Writing Graham Perkins sold to Oscar Shirley one handsome threeyearold horse for 200 and sold one black mare to W K Parrott for 125 W L Graham bought two calves from R M Baker for 28 one cow from K Parrott for 2750 and one milch cow from L Cooksey for 28 Graham Perkins bought from Dr Sea one horse and from Owen Gamble one mare Old Clock In Good Repair James H Clark of Hardwlck Vt hs a clock about 160 years old The mahogany case lid seven feet tail The works are ot wood and all the repair Ing needed for a long time had to be made ou these Jl Jr s fSpringfield Marketif HouislSc Sides 12Ho Beeswaxnc per pound Butter 15c to 20o per pound Chickens Hens Spring 15c Dried apples per pound Duckec per pqund Corn Meal 75c towic per b ash- rilEslc per dozen JlcatlersHc per pound s Flour f2aOto2fiO GlnseuK fT50 per pound nrainW1lfmt corn 50c pate 4lk 0eper pound Lline to lloo per barrel Mill productsBran hip tuff SLOpper pounds t potatoes Country 75c OnluHHt vv Sall145 and 3185 per barrel Turkeys per pound r Tallow 4c per pound Vinegarn c to 4oc per gallon otlCJpnntrv Scrubum 45c to roc Geesoaocapelce arSUBSCRIBERS FREE COLUMN B J Cecil R F D 5 has for sale a good Duroc Jersey boar forjwants six or seven cows 2 a month Royalty Bros Valley Hill have forsale two or three tobacco beds KyRClghtpIgs salelafewtobuyJames Oder Booker Ky has for sale several oak logs some large oak suitableforW G Grundy Valley Hill has for sale a good cow L J J