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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ift c 7 t 4 T 4 I J H 0 f New J iftliXt J 2 lJ tSPBINGFIiLD WASHIGTON OOVTY1 KENTUCKY AUGUST 10 1905 tl0d A YEAB r c ii f ii f i LIP KA BT 9oj I jtIaJII Thoipou MERS y 4 itc auu kindi of- 11ONE5 Fnncr wppiiw = OUR DIRECTORY tnf GXTEtiV county scab of w ilngton Coikaty52 jniles south ifBitiniJtonr S9 iles Iron wrilteott JBardstbwi firauch pi ii11e aHdNashrilte railroad in farminir and agricuUural district T waBankstIegrapand telephone vo Unes expres office ilour mills lumber 7 rte PopaatioailOOrpopulatiori of ji Sfyl5tOd Jtepf eHtativeiu Congress Hot D 1 ft SaUk HodRenvilleKy JlepcesentatiYe inKeutuckj Legis late Hon W P Claybrookefc cprescn taUvein StateSenate Hon Harry LnCaterbflfliKr 3 eUtr ptrfl tory PIRCIDrrCO RT CircRH Court begins pn the fonrth oday in February May and OctO ttzrr I H jThurraan Judge L L Durham Commonwealth At ioftey I11C Campbell Glefk i JiijG Leachmkn MasterCbmmiss t I t t QUA TgRliYcOJt T Quarterly tJourtis held On Ihe third t mondayin each month J1 JBi I J4tsyJndg5 t COUNTY COURT a h f junty Cvwrt meetson the fonrth MOndayin etchme th flTJitseyJudge lJoolcer County Clerk T S Mayes County AttorneyJ George Catletti Jailer j ByronCr ake Sheriff Skithard Isham fJidrfcy r- pJt H OSborncJ PeRutii y r tlE jMaS rJfJ ameaO0CtC0t70r J jr Royalty Assessor Tc 3OBry an Deputy r Robert Noe Treasurer J Motitgomery CoronCr j aasb Sapt pi Common i bQols PO Springfield f ciTY OUT James R Not Police Judge Tohft1utriitlWi fij Grlgsliy City Attorney 1 JUSTICE COCTKT t 3tceConrts are held ifa January f 1cpril7Ul and October y Church Pirctory METHODIST CHURCH Rev 3o C BoBkhjson Pastor Ser vices onlhe itaid Third Suudavs iti each month at 11Vto and 730 p m 1Sun ayS 1iOb1 every Sunday atlO am grayer meeting every Wednesday 2iihU il CATHOHCICHURCH L Rev p F Bennesav 0 Pastor Ser J 4flces evcrr Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock ttM Services atSf Rse same hours 4 CHRisTIAN CHURCH Rev V7TWldewf Pastor Service- econd and fourth Sunday in each month REsyTERI4LoHuRcU- r Iter L D Latimer Pastor Preachtrig every Sunday at 11 am atfdat 7 pta Sunday school every = ay tttt10 am Prayer meeting t TburLyVenIng at 7 oclockr JfiVr 4r f BAPTISTCHURCH Rev Win Harrison Williams Panto PIreaclingevery Sunday at 11 am and 745 pm Sunday School even suiVday at 930 am Prayer meeting ievcry Tuesday evening at 745 o lock Frateroall Order4 o IIy J ASONIC iopc Springileid lodg jmd third Mouda r Jftlio5JniCet9firsclciich month 4I WashtntonRA Chapter No 57 jrnets every second Tuesday Spriiigfield Council tfo52 meets 0I Verv fourth Monday 4 KNiGHTS of THxMACAaKKS Meet tverr first Wednesday in each mon It FOtEYS ikIDNEY CURE Wilt cure a ycaleof Kidney tBlddcr disease that is not I i nd the reach of medicine 4 gwUToDzrr 1214 i Vjralriia Stiyartsvllls ri ForaTe r muriarsLwtroublcction IlostflesIwtkjdDvIIdWddera physicians ailed d bIeoWGrk1brM i s to die Foley 5tjwaaglvei sad the fret Mei C1 fMUrre COMM40t cttt uc J 1mL A 10 1W I iiri K e 1ifij lAI ROUND OF TALK JJI 7 pIsoicI 7The farmerwas swjngrng his 5cyth v nthawOl ir i1ls Donkey wlLiurningyihe primitive mill 5fc ij The Beamed Ldgidaa of LalUBazan Stood watching the laborsof Donkey and Man My friend quoth the Solver of Tangled Affairs What use is the bell that your ani mal wears cWhyT answered the Parmqf hit tells on tile brute It rings vhile he moves slit he stops it is mute And so though Im acres away at my work I Ill know if the graycoated scamp iis ashirk Right well cried the supposing instead sagetut 9f working your Donkey hisjhead The hell would still ring like a steeple possessed And Show would you know lie was takinga rest11 The Farmer looked hard at the Sage it appears Suspecting the length of the logical fears Th n giving the haunch of his ser 5vant a slap ThtsDonkey dont knp anylpgici GiddapipH Arthur Guiterman in theN wArork Times cr TILL AT IT Althougli the tjL9 chances for a successful carrying out of the lans this season for handling the tobacco crop appear doubtfulxthe promoters of the Burley Tobacco Growers Go are still at work on plans A member of the com pany writing of the plans in the Lexington Observer explains the plan pf organization in a concise way as followsuVe mean by organization tp incorporate a Company underthe laws of the State we mean for every farmer to4akeat leastr rone share of stock we want him to pay in ten perCent on that one share which is 10 per share and ten percent would be=ne dollar When that hiStallotmenti ganized and President Treasurer and Board of Directors are elec ted by the stockholders and this ten per cent is paid to the Treasurer The next thing is to secure the necessary money to pay for the tobacco rand the next is that the grow rs sell their tojbacco to their own Company good price according to grade This tobacco is bought and paid for at a better average price tq an they received for it for several years pat and in order to pro vide a capital and make this a strong concern they take a car tain amount of stock In this Bur ley Tobacco Co and take it as part pay for their tobacco At the proper time this tobacco iis sold to the manufacturers at a profit Out of these profits this Company proposes to secure itls capital for next year and the next anti so on It also expects to be ab1outof tis profits to pay a gojbd dividend to farmers on this stock it H 11I fiptJr in QUi community this summer should emphasize tile necessity of tle cleaning up of the streets and alleys as well as the private premises of the town Accord ing to health authorities the weeds which are allowed fo grow promiscously about ones premises are a menace to the health of a neighborhood and some towns have laws compelling citizens to keep down the weeds If Spring field hasnt any such Ikw the City Fathers should pass one to that effect after first giving the public streets a thorough clean ing at the towns expense A clean town is a sure sign of a prosperous one and likewise is a guarantee of liealthfulness i of cleanXOAFERSSjeakhig other things about the town which also need to be cleared and one thing is the habitual loafer Al inostany day this siimraer iyjien- the defIandfot laborers Wer- etIongst there could be seerion the streets a string of Jloafers Work Not much They are irlivin tsY1 just how and at whose expense loes not appear but they appear to be well provided for ThYis a law on the statute books of Kentucky known as the vagrant law which was made for just such birds as we pave described and it should be applied to the Springfield loafer IThc OriinaIFoley Co Chicago originated Hon yan Tar as a thatalld lung remedy and On acconnt of the great merit and popularity rrrpleyHQney and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute offeree as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cross DrugSt6re Ifarm for Sale I want to sell my farm known as the Will Thompson farm sit t uated three quarters of a mile fromKelleys Shop m Pleasaht Wilhs11bT The place has a good six room dwelling good tobacco and stock barn well watered and well fenced About 60 acres in cul tivation balancefiti grass some good tobacco land There is a large lot of locust post timber growing on the place For furt ther particulars call on J W WALLS H F D No Springfield Kys Swiss Colony for Hardin County Hardin county has some hHl country atd rough lands which are comparatively idle and al most beyond cultiyatipn Much of these lands will nqt be put in seby home people in the next hundred years Some of theC other counties of the State and oj ofchei States under like con dttions haye conceived and prac ticedthe idea of planting a Swiss i colony on these barren waste llands The outcome has been that the Swiss have converted the bills and sterile regions into fine fruit orchards and made J hem otherwise valuable We believe that with proper effort a colony of from SOO to 1000 Swiss i can te brought to Hardin county and in yiew of the fact that they willimake the throsv out lands profitable and also make fine citi j 111placswould be a good thing for thQJ county E town News The OllIy Way Thete is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish eoejt through the stomachs The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength win let down and disease vMI set up No appetjte loss of strength nervdusneas headache constipation bad bceatE sour risings rifting digestion dyspepsia antI all stomach troubles that are curable arc quickly cured by the use j6f Kodoll Dyspepsia Curie Kodil l digcstsvwJiat you eat and strengthens thejwholedigestive apparatus Sold by all Druggist jVII IiStill rC 1Rev Humphrey of Shelby county begun a series of meetings at this place Monday night Eyerybody is invited to attend Quite a number of friends and relatives of this and adjoining co nties attended the funeral of Dr Demaree who died in Frank lin county on last Friday His remains were brought to this place Sunday morning and after a discourse given by Rey Hum phrey the remains were deposi teftin the Fairview cemetery await the resurrection morning Messrs Dan Mcilvoy and almilyof Fenwick Ben iMcIlvoy aco family of Sweet Retrqat l Tom Noel and family of Glens Creak were guests of Uncle Robert Mcilvoy and family Sun day Miss Lela oodlett and Bur nett Walls spent Sunday with W B Shirley and sister q Mr John Walls and family of Pleasant Grove Misses Ta vie Goodleit and Bessie Drury of Polin were guestsaf Mrs Sue Memtts Sunday1 Dr Roper end wife spent Sunday with Drr W W Hyalfc land wife Mrs J L Searcy and charm ing little daughter of Springfield spent last week with Mr T W Reed Mr Cha lie Stinnett and fami ly of Stinnet Ky spent patur day and Sunday with W S Gibbs and family Miss Mae Belt Gibbs and brother Lester entertained with alhouse party for ten days Misses Tilhe Morgan Mary Stagg of Harrodsburg Julia Hayes BlOomtield Mattie Brown ot Louisville Messrs Ed Allen of Harrodsburg Lee Sutherland Philadelphia Dr L W Wells and Fred Sutherland Willisbur The young folks had agay tieand all went home thank mg e kind host and hostess their lovely eutertafn niT We trust Miss Mae Bell- wilL live to spend many more- happy vacations with her friends She wilt enter school at Har rodsburg the first of September The threeyaarold child of Mr Edd Montgomery wasburied at this place last week We ex tend sympathy to the bereayed parent s Rev Dunn of Louisville is holding protracted meeting at Glens Creek Mr Ettrl Cheatham was at Polirr Sunday eveWng We are glad to report Mr Andrew Ferrell bettetat this writing who Is ill oftyphoi fever near here PARTNERS terons and Unccilam For sunburn tetter and allskin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve has no equal tIs a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving scar Boils oldsores carbuncles etc are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and un certain Sold by all Druggists Rural Luxuries The rural townisfast becom ing a city in its general apPoint- ments aecoipmodationsmatzners- tnd style and it is the means of disseminating the latest ideas and conveniences among surrounding farmers Through investments and improvements says an ex change vary truly the country is gettig nearer totbe city nearer to the myriad advantages of comfort which human ingen uity is devising The present is an eraiQf luxury Every urban home has the investiture of a palace in a former period in fact it offers with the common exceptionof size and yard area more and better facilities for easy living Every country home is comparatively as well furnished Almost all the comfort which is found in the city home can be iri stalled and enjoyed in the most isolated farmhouses laying in an out oftheway locality A ToncliDE StarT is the saving from death of the baby girl of Geo A Eylpr Cumberland Mel Ho writes A- bc t age of 11 months out little girl was in declining health with serious throat trouble and two physicians gave her up We were almost in despair when we resolved to try Drl Kings Now Discovery for consumption coughs and colds The first bot tle gave relief jafur taking four bottles she was cured and is now in perfect health1Never rails to relieve and cure a cough or cold At Bay orfs drug store 50c and 1 guaranteed Trial bottle free Snake Bite While Bob the tenyear old son of Boyd Sullivan was cutting grass on his fathers place south of town Thursday he came near losing his life by being bitten twice on the hand by copperhead snake The boy was quickly put in the care of a doctor and will recover gradually A dog was assigned to the task of killing the snake and in the fight the dog was also bitten but the two first strokes lessened the yigor of the poison injected by the snake into the body of the dogMayfield Mirr- rFaaSLLA godnew bug gy and spring wagon and a good econdban1surrqy Al hand made W HB6KD OR GRUME TROUBLE Dr S M Grume of This Counfy Ja Arrcalcdjln Louisville for Ma Ilclous Shooting Dr Samuel M Crume who 1 as been practicing medicine atl Willisburg for some time but who went to Louisville a few weeks ago to take a course at Medical Cpljege has become involved into an ugly escapade The following accrjuntof the af fair iis taken from last Saturdays Jourier Journal Charged with maliciously shooting Michael Montedonico son rdf Anthony Mon donico Samuel M Crume the nledical student was arrested t last night by Patrolmen Dolan OHearn and LaPaille Monte donicp is at St Josephs Infirm ary and has a flesh wound iip the ightpelthatbis injuries will pr ve fatal The shooting occurred in a stair way at the rear of the building at30d West Market street where It js said Crume and some friends dad gone to see two1 women who have rooms there The women who gave their name as Carrie and Tillie Ford and who are known to the police as the Rheinhart sisters said last riight that they had attempt tLtQ get the men to leave and thatthetr ble then arose that resulted in the hooting There are several stories of beaffair but the one held by the poliCeSl to the effect that the trouble occurred after the men had left the building At that time they say Mortedonico who lives iu the house leaned Dot of the window and called to them Pe then stlrted down the stairs and met Grume coming up There they s7ty Crume tired fivefshots at M phttdonico and turned andin throwing his revolver vliieh wa fotly ti our caliber into an ash barrel as he ran through the alley Crume it is said stopped in a restaurant on Third avenue near the scene of the shooting and after first calling for beer took milk and hurried out the street He vas arrested on information furnished the police by the men who had accompanied him to the place and was identified at the jaikby the two women He declares that he is annocent H denied any krowledge of the shooting He has ta wife and balky and is a student in the Ken tucky Medial University His pistol he declared was at his home lIe lives at 811 Cawthori street He has seen three and a half ears service he says in the United States army and has two hcnorable discharges Montedonico wastaken at first tq the City Hospital but was later removed to St Josephs Infirmary where Drs G W Griffiths and W 1IWatben oper ated upon him The bullet that struck the left thigh was found to have narrowly missed the femoral arterv and that in the right hip to have shattered the pelvic bone The bullet in the hip was not located but the wound was dressed and it is believed by the physicians in charge that recovery is prbba- MJe 1l J CapdweIIf t Mr Samuel Long ased 57 years lepnted this life Saturday July 29i The funeral services being r 1JjerstDont try cheap cough medi cines Get the best Ayers- Cherry Pectoral what a record It has sixty years of Cherry Pectoralcuresl Ask your doctor if coughslcolds throat and lung troubles I hare found tluit Ayers Chcrrr Pectoral II the bet medicine cnn prescribe for iiron chltl lnfluentacourhi 5 hard colds H LODEJIAX MJ Ithaca N Y 5OeIOO J All drm2l1ttf rLnII Mats Bronchitiscrrect any twnlancy t constlga tlon with fmall doses of Ayer J conducted by Rev lE W SnV mjers at Mt Freodom church tb following day Mr Long pro fessed faith in Christ only a short tine ago whie lying on the- o bed affliction arid was received as j ai candidate for baptism BQ- tdJtthcatne and claimed him as its own ere the opportunity o following the Saviour in the or dinance of baptism was given him Mr Long leaves a wife arid eight children two brothers and two sisters with a host of friends and relatives to mourn his death Maylhie God of all grace comfort strengthen and sustain their sorrowing hearts and enable them ttofrealize that tfcjeir loss is his gain And may they prepare for a brighter meet ing with loved one and friend in the great beyond After the services the remains ere in- trredinthe Freedom cemetery Friend today if you have never obeyed the Saviour reoiember that today is the day of salvation tbjat tomorrow may pever cot keeph1Miss lottie Lamberths been ilwith malarial fever Tie singing class meets every Siinday evening at Mt Freedom We extend our condolence to P nell because of the little affair he seems to have taken part in that iis judging from his writ irs and with delight again wel Ccmehim back And also con- g alulate him on his success jn getting himself jtogether orce more after his great meander iinjgs My dear brother be care ftiHf st you ccme to take part in tlije experience of the old saying thjat thosewSvWoat hear will hive to f iell Oftfe t condition y ju fell int bewareItQu fall tOt deepin a oe sided affair A teev Sum ers js engaged in a series of meetings atRockbridge HatchettIat 51 cents Also bought from Sanders Norton fcQovSorae ctoice ewes at 550 per head Mr Louis Sallee4ias been very sijjrMr and Mrs S 0 Milt n of Harrodsburg attended the fun eral of Mr Long MrjR A Willhahi brought id a Jiew supply of buggies Friday The election talk is beginning again and soon we suppose the jolly f4ced candidates will be mingling their hands and voices w th the dsar good people and ttepib crust promises that willlbe given will not be feW and those gallant old fellows who hjwe done so much for the inter e tot the people and who are o Wiilliqgtodo so very much more wiHbe found on every corner Bandy and Brandy full ready to titeat you like agertleman ifyo Will only allow them tbe privi- Legel of makiog use of their su perior knowledge to instruct you arto your duty in casting your vpte towards the lliberty peace ahdjirospority of your county 1hmk of that clas my friends and what are they doing toward maintaining tho cause of liberty Think again what are they doing Qr the preservation of peace And again as to the prosperity What is the effort toward the cause of prosperity My friends l eriof peace liberty and pros perity please consider these ipstions and excuse S mpl- eSltnonfl being so inquisitive as ic is his custom to ask questions for thereby knowledge isgained ButAwhenthadifferentcbaracers present j ihm elves Tar your vote 1iise answer them ii the name of your Gop your famires and friends and for the cause of pea e liberfy and prosperity at laVge Yours sincerely in the mterestaud Tor tthe good of the fejid and peace iovinr country purchased by the blcod of our fbrSfatiiers nadro than a century iofrom the y lteCf Bondage into the glorious libertr of a free hristiah and enlightened people SIMPLE SIMON Piiar DisapehraDce j J D Runyan oL Butlerville disappearlance iindigestion and biliousness to Dr Kings NewLife Pills He says They irea perfect rein j edy for dizziness sour stomach headache constipation etc Quaranked at Hay Ions drug store price 25e v t r tI i 6 ti orLO61lPINTf Rf6TII g Ii f11 1nrdnftnnftnnftntl f t J X c OI POPULAR APPOINTMENT A fitting recognitioni of hilong and faithful service in tim party is the appointment of Judge 0R McDowell of this city to the high office ot Democratic State Electioni Commissioner This appointment will m et With up pro val of everyone acquainted with the genial and popular Judge who numbers his friends j hrcughqttthe State by the thousands He is a man well qualified to fill this important and responsible position beg a lawyer of marked abilifcy a man cT sound cominpn sense frank and straightforward and capable in every respect The News congratulates Gov Back ham and the people of Kentucky upon the appointment and pre dicts that the new JlCumbEfnt will reflect crefdit and honor bqth upon himself and the party which he villrepresent Judge A R Burnam of Richmond was appointed the Republican Com missioner and is t thoroughly qualifiedDJnyie Nys- WHAT WE WArFor tbtJ benefit of county correspondents who wish tot know just what neswe want from them we will say that we want deaths births mariiages reall estate saes stock sales conflagrations acci dents condition of rops1 weather conditions visitors froa abroad society meetings lodgt meetings church news school news family reunions puplic meetings curiosities relics rob berieS murders something gooh about people and anything of ggaeral interest What we doni care so TfiiJCjj about are visiting one neigTibol witb another best gri items jjYeS which are understood only by writer or anythingI calculated tit cause offense or Io ifbfand Qnefi feelings STRIDING prher SPrlngi i field base ball leans having de t feated with such ease all coirer ori the home grounds is to take a little tour away fr m home ind trytheir luck The team foil go to yersailles and Frankfon the last of this week to cross bats with the clubs ot those towns The teim which leaves here will1 be about as stroDganJ amateur club as the Statet can produce The Springfield play ers will be assisted by several of the best ball toshers from Blcom field Ward of Gre n burg will betakgn to assist in t pitching and every position on the teiurr will be fiPebv a good man Tim INSTITK The Washing ton County Ten her3 In titUle Jor whte teachers will be UeldatI the Graded School building here nextw etPro W 6 Wiifeyo- fMiddlesboro and member ot- t1e Stit6 Board Pf examiners has been engaged us instructor and an interestngsessionis an ticipated Prof Winfrey is o line instructor and an especially good pogram nasbe strangled for the teachers this tithe Visi toys whQ are interested in the cause of education are always welcomed at these institutes and a gpocTattendance anticipated 7 =T Natures G reat Invention Ortdetank ol de Amazon faraway far WbarDr Green jntaAteustBliweritdts Ah picked dose flowers In Augustlrt pie An lido Ise a Yankee ah long to be dar Vtt Aumist Flower is the only freefrorn Meoliolie ctinmliiHfaNiSftt lllW been successfur in keeping de entire thiFtytw feet of ligestheapparatusinn- n rma coluhpo1Jt and assistiiig inttures processes of digestion separation and fli sorptipnfor building And rebuilding by preventing1 AM irregular unnatural sauseawhkli interrupt healthy mid perfect zzaturalprOCeSSeS and result in lutes tina1 indigestion catarrhal nffectins causingappeudIcitisstoppfle of the nali duct Teroentatiprt of unhealthy hoods neryOus dyspepSIa headache co- nUtioikhiti other COPti14illt ulai colic Dihousnessz jaundice et i ApgustElowcSZU1tUre5 inte- nFtiQs4JIIlit fUI KeNtwckyt lair Date 1J rr fThe foliowi ngidates fised by it f Fthe different fif as s jiatiOBs 2 t t t throughput ft folbcir filpOo fttf bie r jahr ft titnoanced t Cvr ii + fBf r FcrnCre k AtO r iidiLys tSWepherdsvill 1Ji1 E dys L rS I t0 Ii wrenceburgJiuga Vauceburg AI ttf0 dasT 1 jj Guthrie Aug t73 days 5 l i5helbyvHp Avg2i1 days tSrirmgtieldA g 231 days Nicbolasville Aug 2i days v tt Florence Bardslown Aiig 304 days Aug4 30 4 day SepV 5adas l i f EIizabethtown Glasgow Sep n 4 dits i i 5 Ky Stats Paiiv Sep 18 6 1 days 4 t c t i Hen er on S t 5dS ppnY t d Faimouthf Sept 27l days weMbroOqt i i i J W1dy t1rPllhJ1 IS ArotlSil t di1SI The pulljcc is nrousel Io a nowedge of th4 curathanjerits of that great edici tonid 1wert I f lt Oolumbus SOJJw ite s For i eyerdl nlontljs ijijvas given upi to die I bad lfverandAguej F J fi my beryes werejyrecked icould j jlot sleepI anclin stomach was ii lQ weak from itseless doctors irr 1A drags thatJjcouldnpteati foon1tr ftafter beginning tplake Electric f Bitters Icbtaitii relief andfn r l short time was entirely Ji i nnrpSj jSunrantpPfl at Hay 1 Jitj ypt dong drug store price450 i oISoldiers n4aNIpaeIt t The cadet corps othe Niti 1 1I0rmal High School will tardsto Augnst1Gt 23411 T4u a JIl r ihe Statoj I t31 very importa pt e c mpat 1 drill reach even time as it fs the i officers tbat eUdril1 J arortQb ends itl4 jn tnJ tnerpber jLo I 1 make itlhlcio tfTbe trains wilIitiVe In ni lle abmit54 J ai1te corn 2 f 1 will leave on a social oer Ute Ilinois Central at i0pm146r rse Paducah with the Frt ifegl meri Thf cadejtsr will be Bfidiir 1 the direct hag4of Cqi E JL r rawfordjtnd there wiitMbe about 1 k 45 boys To go Standrd r o WasAS4D hjI tj iuI had been troubled withcsliiey + lisease f ttie 1st five rearswrteR ttfr bertR Watts o SaIes Mo I lc8stflLeSh and never felt wri Md lcev r oreiith leading phygieiins ami tried all remedies uggcsted Wlthp f telef Finally I tricdi Foleys Kidney inreandlel s tbahjttwo Boltksg con tcIletely iurc4me tad lain now sound 1 i nd well1 During the spnjmerMcM i Icy irregularities are ofteit caused by J i lhenby usinjEoles KjdncyCue 1 ftlI l1rltWliti iijJI George cCoUey Jhe incgt k tk wfib shot and wgunded Fia LI 1lt losssoineweeks ago aftr thii aeathof Moss jiy bich occurreil last Thursday was rex rresteil on a warrant cb rgibJQt wi h J 4 ltsvilful murder aidwas Divert ah tjxamining trial on Saturday Afr Ler hearing thetteStiniOttYjaid e lIelY rcmdndedbim to jIlto fltatwaitthe action of the grd nryvho bail beinglllowedJ in tX Segof tIns tid Anchirro l f + J N WS c j Fr irsis1i t9 sail piathly arm ontaining83acjyi ik ft Ji 2 miles norhi of Springlld h wean the Willi sfeg aftdWaP trs Lick turniikes Ba J1ows fAid barn on it Ufl1 1t Qr ruibtmdgood waterIsome flue tobacco land oiror urtheif partieulrs ildz r SlM A T rr JI I FDNo1SpiintMXy j i ia t F t t i i Qn 1ypI Jt9 Jtfnckvilks soW OWfl Q nt sf IlitlSiQ I anth yins F iit al1dr kk- i SICAKI tmui aiy riivaY SI A YEAR IN APVAIC c 0 PauIapIeLDxY BLDAVI30N Jr I 1 u W4s ess tfferj gssqiit4nhitt1oI 0fIaR tIfl wi pI1tkSLM4 lM HM J fi dUn at low rate hl ftk Jr1i ISfCrf eh dI i uIea4 1LbSCt t I Mui w peu4II Sf rspect a bspsri i- Jll1m I f t tl50 lecjomfrwKJfc for the construe tioi of thijj TrKenjtucky capitol I VMawtrJ aby the State Corn I iBiaekw vatj Frankfort Tuesday Miigb iicttQ the General Supply and GofepictiQn Company of nt1llctpricEfi jfeftxi lind a bond of 225 JOO TtoiJbes executed for the I completion of the work within f two years from the date the r i cocLtrictjs signed The building 7 istob of stone from the Bed i7 sford Ind quarries with a base I4IL l of granite t i CAMp JffTING a V I p ls Sfety Our Valley Mill Cir i reS it MIcetoKy5 1t Owing to recent absence lean vaot find any new items for a letter this week and sinqerely Kopethat tthe editor will excuse fhsibutas I hart the honor of at tending tha great Holiness Camp I mySabsence I wish to say to the dear readers that they indeed mid one great feature of Christian fife The meeting wa- one of the best attended ever S5held t tt place and y werecon verted into the ways 6f cthe Holiness Christians The jI ablest speaker as Miss Lucy 4 zY5 Mayhan of iiondon an4 the shejJdIher sermt planation of l Viwordst and the impressive rightful44thjfrj summoned utJl God sent t christian by whom many wrecked 7 I lives were saved and her effect- ivework will tendti make many t sinner realize their great inis i 7 vtaketand make efforts to walk in I Stll Eoyal Path of Life She is indeedi Christian woman ancj deserves rradit by her actual all flcomplishmnts Anothervworker 5S of the meeting was Mrs Anna Gpoby of this coshtyv Thfe managers Messrs Johnson of 1 ort atillice strived hartf to eslab Ijsh fifnd did succeed in buidling f ilatrge tabernacle for the benefit- tifthe meeting which was dedi catfed to God qn lat Snnday v People from several states and from almost every county in Kentucky visited the tabernacle goolSri crowd wasin attendance day and I jf night and it is tt6 be hoped that X every one of them realized for what the meeting was b inghrlcl and not to mali moclc y of the 4ST work which seemed so very dif t ferent from that of other denom inatiqns One thing that is not eidorsed by the writer is thp erectingandiisingofrefresmn stands outside ot the grourds Also the steam riding gallery whichcame to the station on its way to Shepherdsvjlle fair and was erected near by That had t itegdeDcy to keep the christian- S srwprkers from accomplish irg what was intended as the young ler set was merely in the taberI iiacle fora seat until the gallery ScpeflEd and not Ipr the benefit of dhesoul- UNo fcrcfd io Siam 13 F Leek of Concord Ky I f says Wot 2Jyears 1 suffered with asoreagonies on mt i is 1Ipper liP 10 painful som tjme that I could not eat After I vainly tfymfc everythin lsPl ArnicijSalve IfIt 5 great for burns S5 cuteftnci wounds At Hay 36n a Pharmacy only 25c t EtoBllT Efeciiye if 3yer5lM t ie wL arIfttalJdJ1eVrici r 8LittJe ctSIl ViLJThMe famous little r are- aess g arantc against j torpid vcrand of COnstlpaS+ ttIC aRQtrelixthet the iit Cisre Jaundice Sold by all ifSDupts JS Dr Wsvrg- Syrup Wood C foe lb v TIiY pW tPTU tJj jy I ppt 1116 tIM etJ I M U I H rt il IIcrrIIa t TexasS v Miss Mary Origsby of Moores ville ts visiting at tue home ot Mf Geo4 Gibbs and wife ALLtseyof Pleasant Grove WM in our midst Tues day Mr Ji j ewie Harmon and wife of Bowling Green are visiting at the home ot thelatters par ents Mr Jacob Kimberlin and wife J D Peterson ard wife were io Nelson county Saturday and Sunday They were accompanied home by Miss Addye Lee Sweazy a cousin of Mrs Peter sonsMrs WT Barnette of Mack yule was at the home of her parents Tuesday Miss Pearle Arnold oLouis ville is a guest at the home of Mr P C W Peterson and wife Mrs John Debpe was here Tnesday N Quite a number from here at tended the Camp Meeting at AHcetown Sundays Dr D A Crosby was in Leb anon Monday Mr J H Nelson and wife Dr I A Crosby and wife and Mrs Willbelm Peterson attended the Danville fur last week Forest View Robert Ryney of Ind made jtis pleasant appearance among his many friendsjiere last Mon dayMiss Susie Wheatley of near Frederi k wn is ilott her aunts Mrs Pious Nallies for several days Miss KatieRivers of Clinton Me andGilbert Donohoe her cousin of Valley Hill visited the writer of these lines last week Mrs Lee Smith and children visited their aunt Mrs Annie Nalley last week Mrs Thomas Simms spent last Thursday with her sister Mrs Annie Wise Mrs Nannie BrowningofRay wick is at thp beautiful home of J E Smith IQr several days visit f Mr R P Blanfojpind wife Mr Bert Mattiflgfy and wife Joe BbnorauU flmiy spent last y after church with the family of John Obryan Thessqhootat Locust Grove haslbeen closed for over a week on account of sicknes in the fani ily tf Mr John Polin lather of the teacher Kr Will Ryney is not mich improved we learn at this writ ing MOPRS7iLLEW- heatthrehing will wind u this week Tobacco cutting opeos pthis week 5Micecream upper will be giVt31afF airvie sChoql house Satacdfy night Avg 12 for the odyhtvitedtttattend S There was an average crowd out 1slSundnt toheW Brother Adkins preacH Tom Hardin and Pleas Currier are both yefy ill oftyphoid fever It looks lika we might have a wodding ere long r I I camp1Ground dittonr Soine of our people will attietfd camp meeting in Boyle county this weakSThe wife of Mr Milton Mat tingly died and was interred at Bush Grovelast weekI Afr Farmer Chesser and fam ily attended church at Rock Bridge last Sunday Mr Will Buckman lost a good mare one day last week by tail ing on a snag She died almost instantly She was blind and valued at eighty dollars We had a fine rain Monday inorningwhich was much needed Klllsboro News is rather scarce this week but if the readers will pardon us we will promise to do better next time There seems to be quite a demand for hogs as there has been several buyers in this vicinity recently gathering lip small bunches There is a few more yet for sale The prices paid range from 6 to 6t cents The corn crop promises to be gord and some think that they will go to 7 or 8 cents The early setting of tobacco is looking fine and is now begin ning to ripen and by next week many will begin to use the knife The late setting looks bad and unless we have lots of rain from pofr on it will be almost a fail ure B H Mclfyoy and family visited his parents Mr Robfc Me Ilvoy and wife in Willi bur SundaySJudge B L Lisy was in our midst last week on busines The Judge agrees with us that we are badly in need ot a pike and has promised to lend us his assist ance toward getting it This will be of great help to us in get ting our plans through and wear now more confident vhueyer Here is one thinjfor a certainty we are fo tbose men who are wlIllji Oto aid us in hav ing a bdad Of course all thejJsfeaied candidates in this bounty will take a trip up Salt River this Noyember and should the victorious ones accidently take a trip up Mayses Creek their conscience would never let them rest until we had a pike The public school at this place is being largely attended and all seem to be deeply interested Miss Mprrilt the efficient teacher has been on the sick list for sev eraldays but we are glad to say that she has about recovered or one would think so should they chance to pass the school house during school hours John Armstrong and family visited relatives near Tatham Saturdav and Sund y While there they attended the protrac ted meeting at ttockbridge Bud Gilispie who is running a barber shop in Harrodsburg vis ited his wife Mrs IJena who at present iis staying with her lather F M ShewmakerSaturdav and SundayJohn Leachman and wife of near Litsy were in our vicinity Sunday They were formerly our neighbors and we are glad to have them in our midst at any time atd especially to assist us in our Sunday school and church work Better Than Ever The Springfield Fair AugusfSS 24 25 26 LargestPieiniiiins EM Offered Ladies Free First Day SS School ChIldren Free Second Day- IiidicRtionare tha there wiiibeia fene showS of stock especially fcorses as some handsome premiums are offered I I fA CKimballScoB L Litsey Pres eSnda1attidsucePff d pieeentindicaa fine class by tile tiste the school expires We wish them ever so touch neverblivel our church until we have better j singing r tromherMShieldProf J T and P B Prather at tended the funeral of Dr J rfj and Demareeat The took Mooresvil part Willisburg in Iff the SundayI thathehumble scribe Lilac wanted the Republican nomination for Rep knowhowfor we had never thought startedI but it is trua some time ago we ere asked to make the race but at once entered our protest t Against it fot we do not desire to get mixed up in politics for we cant swim and there is no office that I am a candidate for other than a seat in Heaven So far havedecidedsentatiye and will announce his name at the proper time I lea n aso that he is a correspondent for the News Leader not Hiils boro writer and of course we wish him wejias we have n ten der feeling for the news gathere s that helps to brighten the columns of cur most valuable County paper LILAC Ficiisll Suflriu is oftee caused by sore ulcers and caicers that eat away your skin Wm Bedell of Flat Rock Mich says I have used Buck lens Arnica Salve for Ulcergji sores and cancers Iietbe best healing tdressujfrrever found Soothed heals cute burns ktTI5ascalds 25c at HayJohs drug store guaranteed 1ackvWe The Mackviile correspondent failed to make his appearance the last two weeks Will write mayinterestsoine paper 1 like to hear from all myselfWewould not know if we di not take the paper The sad news of DrDemarees death came over the telephone to his many friends Friday saying his remains would be brought here Saturday night and be taken to Willisburg Sunday morning and be buried by tho Masons In the cemetery by the side of his wife Dr Owen his brother and son Cleo came with him He had many friends in the county as he had lived and practiced here about twelve years Then moved to Frank fort and lived till his death The of Frankfortpeople ex pressed their sympathy ana res pctby the many beautiful floral designs that came with them Dr Reid Thompson has gone to Frankfort for a few days Mrs Josie Mayes came home Monday evening from Danville where she had spent a week with her sister i Mr and Mrs James Cregor spent Saturday and Sunday at Aliccton camp meeth1gt Mrs Bertha Hale left Monday for her home in Indiana bt e had been here all summer visiting relatives 1 Mrs Maggie Kendall nee Lowe is here from Tennessee visltirg her sister Mrs John Gillispi2 The last Quarterly Meeting will be held next Saturday and Sunday bv Dr Vaughn of Har rodsburg as the Elder cannot be here Everybody come and hear him Mrs Willis Bottoms who fell and broke her arm two weeks ago is getting along alrghtso far The sick at Mrim Bottoms are not much belter hiLsIbeenMrs Dave Matjierly is sick and threatened with fever Several of or people will take in the Harrodsburg lair this weekMr J B Peter bought a burch of lambs at 5A cents this week FrJnkCallChristian church ForSaleSI want to sell my house and lot containing four acres situated on Long Lick at Polin Good small house good barn smoke house milk house and Ifrh 1 good young orchard For further informa tioncall on John Kays Polin Ky 304t Trulr e a GtIJ It liB iay Take Laxative BrcmoQuinnie Tab ells All druggists refund the money llif It fails to cure E W Grove ilznature Is oneach box 25c nrcr1rflc CsadIdats J I The ollowia attntlaata iwre 41 ti Oil parij ofle at IfXu eDeraticpraryI11I tld in Washingtoa county AV guest 6th 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County ClerkW F Booka- rRepMntViveW D Claybrooke Sher itfJ S Osbourne of hoolsJ W Bushjor Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery L YEARSI 2 Well Known New England Woman Cured of Hay Fever CureS Waa Laatln The thousands of discouraged people who dread the approach of summer because they haye hay fever and cannot find any relief from it will read with interest and gratitude w ing statement fromthees Williams of Mansfield Mass For 27 years from then4ltli- of August until heavy frost I have been afflicted with hay fever growing worse aud worse each year untU of late years I was unable to attend to my work during that periodSLast summer I fprtujnately gave Hyomel trial and 130m bappy to say that it entirely cured me and I have had no occurrence of the disease siflcgji Breathe the germjtiiting and healing balsam of Hyomel and get rid of ypur hay fever The complete outfit costs but 1 extri bottles 50 cents The- Re Cross Drug Store agrjees to refund the money to arjy hay fever sufferer who uses Hyomei without benefit J I Sensittveies aa of Plant Danvlii save Jtns his opinion UisX sonic plants can sec and au Indian botnnist relates some ciirloUBS Incidents Which tend to verify the belief Ob serving one morning that tbe tendrils of a convolvulus on his vcm dii had decidedly leaned over toward his leg as be lay In au attitude of rCJOW lu tried a serlett of exjwrltuciuts with a long pole placing It Insucji a jposltlon that the leaves would hsjve to turn away from the light In order to reach Itslii every case he found that the tendrils sot themselves visibly toward the pole and hi a fcwhouraihaa twlnc1 themselves closely around it Anlraala and Rlc h Ihitlnir Arguing against the eating jf meat an English writer remarks rAhuoa any animal can be made to eat lliwh The kangaroo has canine tecjth Horses oxen and sheep may be taught to eaf flesh Norwegian cows hue bet known to eat Jleih Goldsmith saw a sheep eat flesh A tfamhlor heclll now In London Spallhuziint has shown that a pigeon way Jb Fade to live oh flesh and an eagle on bread Hv-Bc atlful Comparison The horse shares with wo ian the gift of the greatest animate physical beauty and the vlasslflcatton does the lady lio discredit As for than his partner In pulchritude is away down the line probably n mule jand maybe burroSuii Francisco Call Tie Last Word Does your wile Insist on having the last word said the man who hsks Im pertinent questions Certainly not answered Mp Meek ton She doesnt have to Insist Washington Star tae4ceileneifl play of It Halthasar Graclan Me Eolol ARer EaiiD After a hearty meal a dose bf Kodol Dyspepsia Cure will prsvent an at tack of Indigestion CodDl is a thorough digestant and a gu rahtecd cure for iindigestion dvspepia gas on the stomach weak heat sour ritiiga bad breath and all Ftoma h trouble Sold by all druggists toI bud Writer Vi7i Coort MJtniory t Ilnrvoy WutclN nn expert cases had ocintHloii to OJIlIt1I Cbontc on Howe Important and xvheii he received the rrjply wv unnbc to rend ti word of It s toj the nilrtMlve tto Mr Choate mm aske him what he hud written Mr Chonti replied I never can read my writ lag utter the Ink Is dry hut tel1 me what it IS about I will tell what have written Anti he IjIjjn Turn ITIeTbl saj realize IIDV terrible it Is to lose you The Authore x jweet iyIYou mustnt take It too much to lheart my frleud llejectlort ilocn not jiicessurlly imply laelci of merit Judge Horrible t St Peter You marrled for money J believe Fair Spirit Yes St Peter You may come In but you ivlll have to spend eternity with the you pnrr led tan fluffcrlng becomes beautiful one boars great Cl1lamltleo with cheerful UCT not through Insensibility but through jfreatneaa of mind Aristotle I5oIhaiICothn The salve that heals without a scar U DeWItts Witch Hazel Salve Np remedy effects Such speedy relief it draweiout Inflammation sooibescoots and heals ail cuts burns and BruIse A sure cure for plies and ekfoI dlsea ofcoqflterfeltsyliDrjggLats REALL ST ATE FOR SAL By McElroy lJj Wharton 0 IVir 1 SO 108J acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from Springfield good dwelling and barn good out we1t45peracre Smilefromgoodbaroschool Price S4250per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres7l miles from Springfield Jfirst class improve dwellingfirstgood orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all in gqod state of culti grassright54 Farm of 175 acres 61 mites from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well and is well fenced 35 per acre 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike good improvements three good barns nearly all tobacco land and lays welll Price 4Operacr1S56 Good farm 140 acres 3ij miles goodhousel watered 45 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 21 miles from town 230 acres nearly all in grass 60 acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass nice 8 room dwelling 2 good stock barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house300 or 400 locust post price 850 per acre v 58 90 acre Iarm 5miles from goodlandgood small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acref59 18J acres of land i mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barn well fenced and watered 60 60 acre farm 61 mIles from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn GOxSO good out buildings tine orchard 600 trees acres perfectly level land all in jfcass Price 3000S62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles ezCt of Bardstown all lays well 133 acres cleared t5acresIn white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 21 miles from Springfield all in grass lays well prlce1450S 64 185 acre farm ORe mile from Mack ville 6n the pike good well SELLING GOODS The Method That Lend to Sncces In- Dcmluoc Life When a customer comes In Hjnt wliatcwf you do draff youYself Out of the chair as though you were disturhpd Wpm It rest but Juiui up and greet her- r him us though li you vfre Really tlnd to wait on them Act io they will isk for you time next time they come time store The salesman who is conatantly belns asked for by customers never has to worry ubdut n Job he stiff and act or feel as IDont you were fur the mental sUe of the customer If you do no nlc Avlll result Just for the sake of argument letus take all the successes in your city no matter Avliat line they are In Do they advertIseSThe public somehow or other seem to be able to read between the lInes If your nd Is not truthful they will not respond I It takes more than a mere cut TO attract the eye to make your ad pay There must be solid honest store npws of good values behind It Never underrate the Intelligence of your customer He may know more about the article y6u are showing tjwiu you do- Post yourself on every article youv are expected to sell so you can tajk convincingly and knowingly That Is what sells oosOUlnclng talks Never mind the price that will take care of ItseitIfraLmst Starr- A book on Stevenson tells ofu speech he made at n gidicrlng of Scotchmen In Samoa He said I cannot say why we are proud to bo Scotsmen but the fact remains that we are It is not that our laud Is sunny like these trop IcaMslcs and Its clluatc 18 not eellovely Seotltttit1s1iIatory contaIns lit tie that Is not disgusting toi coplt of humane feelingsiolhat mug brawl which Is allied Scottish history con talus scarcely one object that Scots have patience with The address drew tefirs to the ee of n Oennaii wlo hail rone to the wetlng violently preju Uetl agihi t yjfvonsonf No sooner iul the fcpejihcr fliilshel tliau the meet ug pjnfcetleiV to rlup hnmls and sing Auld 1aug Spur t Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dl l iouriges and lessens ambitiOn beauty vigor t4j3nd cheerfulness soon i fi disappearwhenthkld neys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has become so prevalent that it Is not uncommon for a child to be born afflicted with weak kid- fl5Y55lftIe child urIc ates ttdtf often if the urine scalds the flesh or Ifwhen the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage It is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs Tfiis unpleasant trouble is due to a diseased condition oflfts kidneys and bladder and not to a tublfas most people suppose Women as well aa men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTht J Swwp Reot is soon realized It Is sold by druggists In fifty rWtTL cent sad one dollar sizes You may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet tell Home ot Sk7ttaboutt It Including many of the Ilnrall of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer Co Binghamton N Y be sure and I53ttftnthLnaser ulldlng8tejlIenced pacrefromSpringfieldall good outbuildings well fenced price 27 per acre rainSpringfieldnewly fenced and in good repair 3500tonti1esfromroom dwelling good barn cistern at fenceddesrab1e mUesfromroom dwelling good barn a id other 1andj2acresmostly in grass Price 2750 per acre ofWl11isburgrood stock and tobacco barn first class tenant house peasy payments prjce 20 SprJngfieldbarn and all necessary outbuildings 53260 per acre 71134 acres llocated in Nebon county 2i miles Irom Maud two small houses good barn well watered and mostly in grass 15 per ac e SprIngfleldoutbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price 6003 73 76 acres tbreeV miles frem allingrass74 9G acres thr e miteR frrm Maclfr yule mostly in grass plenty tobacco land good house and barn Price 223OS75 1221 acres located rose to school and church 6 room dwelling pJentyofWillis5burg tlmberfarmvell77 106 acre 2 miles from Mackviile iii stockbarnuseo plenty of fruit of all kinds Price825 rr acreSS78 116 acres in3 Pleasant Run neighborhood good improvement weltfcnfield 79 SpringPrice eijringfield tobaccolartd 4 II81 9Q acre 7 mile from Spring f iie Jd on little bctcb 4pcr ft M lawi liacjr s of 814 laud puce StiO r j rIsgfleidomii 83 218 acret food dwelling good f banl20 acres timbtrlaiMlVjSO acres in grass PtiSc2QO- SJ lQO res 1 miTe frowTeL wick rood 1inse an4 barn fenced anf laya well 60 afresin iK pieiity pf tobacco JaDd6Qk v85 10 acres well atlraoIIstrong lid small1 hd M and lrmi w tlfIJc and watered irfc 2700 86 200 crelealJiIt frcwi Springfield good Jandj wwll feicc4 dyaterea Pri e60J87 60 iterest p jiIe froni Booker good aew6 room house stock Bant and other buildings orckardwell watered and fenced all tobacco laad 3 per acre j 50 acres one mile from rBookcr 4 room house good tobeco bare 20 aerate la grass alt tobacco land S peracre j 1- S9 104 acre located 6 Miles frf1tt f Springfield near pike good Srodlg dwelling and brlJdlayi well and Ifenced Well price 3POO for the trac i 9Qiso acre farm located oe Wlle from Texas near pikes good hOtise- and barnwell watered priceS30S aJ1dfeNcedl kt4eldk 1m1 T1own pit j IfFlrsix roouj dwellinif both in firstCteJW repair yell located good stand price i loW I Jbqtedand Good 6 roont dwelling oii Main Street- modern Approvements Good house 6 acres of a allgoodbatbuiidingsS Nice small dwelling on LebaaoiiJI avenue Nice 5 xooin cottage PerryvilIe pike p r Small Cottage Qa west Miin sfreet Small wellrnff OMjBast Mala treet GrusdyVirginp McEli Iarton SrjgfieTd rOGOO oira it Jfji I first National Bank fltt Jtf SPRINGFIELD KY k g Uapilal 30OOO Surplus an5 Undivided Profits 25OOO a OFFICSRSB I Litsey President John W fcewift yige Presldenr IA McKln 1UcjIrBC arAas tDtCasbIerlR1 Itg 7 Fostejr BookKeeper I f DIR TORSB ij I CamPII f a We gKnl every favor consistent with safe tanking Your bust g ness respQctfullv sohcitedS COMING GCOMINGlII4 1 COLE G ROGERS fi Greatt R RSIptb sl Positively the only bigf showto visit i your city this year fi A Show of FeaturesTJ t fir Presentfng a unigue novel and Intensely 11tereeting entertainment A grarjclconsplWaJ if bon containing an assemblage of Earths il 1and1 and Gentlemen Acrobats and aeria1artists- andthe 1 fi Five Funny Clowns i rfa Dont failto see the great man eatinriio EIjtaanand dqgs ar a featureI il TWO PERFORMANCE At 2 and 8prn1 Door penlI and7S Dontforgetthedayarid date iit1 S i AugUtt6JflDont a n iii t Peoples Deposit BankSe RIFIELy c OJUiA1ICIZ DEIMUN 1ii ScS Capital S OSSurpIusaiidPrifltZOSc JOfFJGERSGeo p Robtrtsoi Prei4enti 1 K1bura YLcrPn V dent X A BtM Uvae OU bit Cia McCi Assistant fcashier C 14 Buokes sur DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson I 1LT urwao WSHav4tiJ Ws ttrrITT L Bla1M It Patrons enjoy every privi1egusua11yhtended Iqr relfaiMe ndi fJ wellI equipped Banks rospettiTe deofiUprareluvitqilto wtUeoir f i call in person J 1 eJ4r5 Jzb JJI 4 S r v It DR J I BURTON RKftfDgNT DENTIST 7TEETH EXTRACTED VITHOUT fCtfj F r7 ctSPRINGFIELD KY- Ijfii Dental Work Strictlyq Firstclass H iAMPTONvJ u tf tf J tti tIOEJ Jr Iiu I IWri FI dHIGSB p jrORNEYAfLAW i iw3 oM rirPeoples Baalc y f BERINQFJELD KY rJvBl ROBARDS MIW HYA- TTJtgAROSHmTi l Ijskius and Swoons Xvfc y iY OMce next to Ulerka Office rrI JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL S Iitcliiker and Jeweler d Carries n line of Watches Clocks f and Jewelry Repairing a Spe TcUify Located on Main Street y opposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky r DR f F TRUSTY f d PRACTICAL I 4 DENTISTOIce over Haydon Barber Dental vorkatreasonableprices i I All work guaranteed SPBINGFIELD KY ifJ jtlf JOUN Y MAYS i FUHERJ1L OIREETOR T AND LICENSED EMBALMi TELEPHONE 0DAY19JNGHT74f SPRIHGFIELrKY Railroad Schedule li f QPollbwing is the time schedule 1 now in effect on the Eardstown and Springfield branch railroad 11 tI V No li Leayes Louisville at qi 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 530 am Bardstown 617 am Bardstown Tul1c ion 705 am arrives at Louisville tf55 am i No 43 Leaves Louisville at 7dy am Bardstowa Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am x arrives at Springfield 1240 pm 7 No44 Leaves Springfield a I I r 120 pm Bar Etown 230 pm Bardstown Junotion 435 pm v arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 SuIidaysonly2L aves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bardstown 735 pniarrives at Springfield 825pmSI IJAMEA COXL 4S XINGTOHgH VfH UUNDR Basket leaves Monday night returns Friday night f First ClasSWOrk guaraneed Alp agent for Lousville Post i fatM fir Sale t Farm containing 75 acres loca V ted near Booker station about 8 miles from Springfield for sale- Has house and is well fenced and well watered Contains good S3 tobacco laud G nbe bought for 1000 if takqn at once For urfcher parti ularnquireof E L Payispn JrM kt NEWSLEA DER office 0 Notice Hiving sold my saloon busi ness io W L Cumbron I desire 5S all persons knowing themselves indebted to me to please call and J settte as 1 must gettalold bnsi Sue scloed up as soon as possi LQ Thanking my customers fOf their patronageIamS r Respectfully CA THOMPON L r oo s- TU1k1 LocatHnII tItsrsst- II W I m siiet ttt-L JtIkss flAbstYiiiru F t ACIIUItRCSS L I jPruil BrAs jars 1 tops atjd gums at- Hagan IBeatitfut ieoflceteaglaes atHaranBrosV Have your bicycle fixed at Taylors stop 3sheetsof fly paper for 5c cash at Jim d Shaders The real thing three smokes f05c at Jno 0 Shaders Real bargains in gold decorated disbesatHagaiBros- EggoSee grape nuts and Postum at Jno C Shaders See our linfe of buggy whips from IQc up at Campbells FORSAKEA sow and 10 good shotes CW Hagan Telephone your orders for meats to Carpenter the butcher Try a can of our Speciall Blend for ice tea Hagan Bros Fresh salt rising bread re ceivd daily atjno tiSh ders Silk RibbonV sorghum will make you smile For sale by Hngan Bros V V For a fist class cup try Old Honesty coffee nt Jno C Shades Bring us some honey Some body will give ydu 14c cash or 15c in store at Campbells grocery i Fruit jars tin cans jjelly glasses and extra rubbers and tops at Jno C Shadersr r Anything you have for satel want it Anything you w ntI have it CW Hagan All kinds of uphostering work done and uphostering material on hand at W H Bonds shop FOR SALEA good one horse wagon Will sell it Worth the money C W Hagan Bring me your spring chickens Will payrypu cash Best priceV J A SHADER My stock complete myi prices right Call and convince your self C W Hagan FOR SALE All the latest sltm- usic at 25 cents a copy EdM Russell Say dont forget we are closing out whatfurnfture ve have on hand iu order to make room for our fall stock at Campbells Why not bring us your eggs- and chickens We pay yoncash if you don t want goods at Camp b e11II i Fruit jars galore and I need the ro miso it will payyou to call and see me before you buy ow Hag n Remember i pay the best market price for country pro duce cash if preferred CW Hagan r Chairs bottomed at Geo B Taylors New bottoms furnished iin caneV leather perforated or hickory split at from 25 cents to 75 cents each Remember I stand back of all transaction and make good any error that may occu Every sale guaranteed C W Hagan I Hold your tickets for a few days or until Wednesday rAug 16 when the great dog and pony sbdwbf Cole Rogers jvjll be here IIJ LOST Strayed from my place about two week ago my old fox hound Bleucher White With black spots iReward for his re turn v ROBERT HARDIN 1ClLROr- Are you waiting for the great dog and pony showf Cole Rbgers which is to be in Springfield on Wednesday Aug 16 fo one day is the best on the road Dont forget ftJ FARM FOR SALEWe have for sale a fine farm formerly owned by Thompson Pinkstofi con talus 100 acres of goou land About 70 acres bottom and 30 acres hill and tobacco land For further particulars apply to Robt Thompson or E J Pinks ton near Litsey tf A great Basket and Camp Meeting is to be held at the fcoloredMethodist church this place on next Sunday conducted by Rev Venable Colored folks from all around are expected to atteid A special sent from Lebanon says A telegram was received here this morning conveying the news of the death of N H Putnam a wellknown merchant who expired suddenly Sn a train in North Dakota this morning He and his wife were on a trip through the West j LOST OR STRAYED From the alley back of the old Berry Hotel on last Monday night a little bay horse with lilittail and heavy mane scars on shoulders caused from work had on a saddle and bridle Finder will reCtive reward by returning it to AW BROOKS Mooresville Ky SM Campbell reports Har rodsbur court Monday as fol lloVs About 200 cattle on the market sod1bunchof 12 year ling steers at 1560 per head 5 yearlings at13 5 yearling heif I ers at 940 5 old cc ws at 11 ono cow anti calf 24 50 plug horses from 20 to 65 and dull sale- Those who attended Dr Demarees funeral atWillisburg from here were Messrs Will Waters G W Colvin Charles McChord and W F I Meikirk who represented the Masonic order of this place Mr Nei Kirk officiated in his usual im pressive manner Mr James Elijah Durham father of Mr Richard Durham of Pjeasant Run died at his home at Saloma Taylor county last Wednesday night He had been in apparent good health and did a days work Wednesday and retired at night When a member of the family went to waken him Thursday morning be was found dead He represented his county in the Legis lature a few years ago and was one of Taylor countys best citizens and a consistent member of the Presbyterian church Death of Robert C McChotdof Lebanon Mr Robert C McChord died at Lebanon Tuesday morning of general debility aged 81 years He had been confin eL to his room for severall months and little hope was entertained by his family of his recovery al though the best medical atten tion was given him by his son Robert C at his infirmaiy where the end came Mr McChord was the son of John IcChodnative of Marylan and of Scotch lineage who came to Kentucky in the pearly settlement of this county and located near Springfield and married Miss Lydia Caldwell of Boyle county whose family Is prominently connected with the history of the State Rober C McChord Sr was born December 24 1824 and was married to Miss Laura Hynes of Barilstown December 8 1846 wlio died in Lebanon February 26 1879 Mr and Mrs McCliord reared a family of eight children A H of Winchester John LeWnonIr Dr Robert Cof otI1attoi Lydia McChord and Elizabeth Har oqrtare the daughters Mr McChord represented Legislatureex ceptin he followed the quiet 4 I rwr Iwi And uneventful JlIfe of farmer until late in liie when he sold his JArm aDd 1iywitk his son Mr ohn TMcClioL The fun mlservkiesiEre cOn- ducted by Beyi Hoffatt tyfEe First PJesb pin church of Lebanon Wednesday afternoon L JMrJ county died on J lat Wednesday afternoon at the nomeof his son near town alter a long illness off heart disease The deceased was born in this county in April 1824 and wnS popularly known to all For more than a year he has not been away from home often on account of his feeble condition His condition has grown steadily worse of late until the end came last Wednesday when he passed away Besides his ased wife who remains the following sons and daughters are still living Mrs Wilham BlanJford Mjsses Louise and Mary Bell and Messrs Alx3im Frank Lum and Price The funeral took place on Friday morning at f5t1 Rose church of which the de ceased was adevout member Dr r Demaree Deal The remains of Dr J S Demaree formerly a resident of Mackville but who moved to Frankfort about four years ago were brought to this place on last Friday and buried at the- WilFisbui r g cemetery- Rev Humphrey of Shelbyville accompanied the remains and conducted the fun eral Dr Demaree had lived in this county for a number of years and his wife died several years ago He leaves a son a youngman ab6ut 15 years old The funeral was in charge ofthe Masonic lodge of Mackville of which the deceased was a member FEFRSONAL Dr Jl B RoBards was in Louisville Monday Mr W F Booker and wife are at Tatham Spring thiswee Mrs J B RoBards Js visiting her parents at Burgin this week Mr J L Allen and family visited relatiyes in Louisville the first of the week Mr Paul South of Frank rti Was the guest of friends heie last week Mr H M Grundy and Mrs John Y Mayes were at Bloom leld last Sunday Misses Margaret and Emily RUEs Il have returned home from Tatham Mr W H Hill of Jeanerette Alaj visited friends here last week Mr John Shuck McElroy Jr wasat home from Tatham a few days last week MrJnd Mrs Byron Crpake came from Tatham Tuesday after a weeks stiyo Mrs Thomas Logsdbn of St Mary a visited friends and rela tives here this week Mrs J D Clements Mas the guest of Miss Margaret Hagan the first of the week Mr Owen Ruebel of Louis yille has been the guest of Mr Frank Peters this week Misses Kate and Annie Mayes are visiting their sister Mrs J R Mahon Qf Lebanon Miss Sue Irvine of Lebanon was a guest at the home of Mr AJ3 McElroy last week Mrs Robert F Sutton has re- turnedt from an extended visit withrherparents at Newport Hon C C McChord and Mrs McChordr returned Saturday from French Lick Springs Ind Miss Edith Baldwin of Marion Ind is visiting at the home of her uncle Mr John W Lewis MrG AMcAtee and Mrs 1 School Supplies 1 toBring hore not only have the largest of eeryI4 IIWe5 for school work but wiIls3ve you 5 on your purchases 1will give special prices if you will I buy the bulk of your supplies at ono time We have all the 1rI v i fdr all thegrades Tablets tslate pencils V pns ink rulers school baga lunch c boxeR etc 4 5 MAYDONS CORNEA DRUG STORE SiS iITT 7 J t EEQUIPPEDi tt Jler s noting like beingu1yI equipped rot vp doing business and thej proprietors of +I Red CrOss DrugStore itake P1 hie in belcivinglthiti they haye qne rliei best equipped business houjes in tte Stae X f Prescription Department f is given special attention and only the purest Drugs are used Patent Medicines Health Tonics and Toilet X Aiticles r i c A Few ao Hammocks f to closeout at and below cost s sL f t H- t= t Red Crojss Drug Store SmocK Haydoh Rropr Dopier cf Cincinnati Ohio are the gpesi of Mrs J F Hagan Mr Luckett Simms of Hop kinsville is visiting his mother Mrs Nannie Simms and sisters r Little Elizabeth Wrighttsof West Point is visiting the family of her uncle Judge I H JThur man Mr JS Yankey witand two children left Tuesday for ai visit with relatives at Pleasant Hill Mo Miss Ella McAfee of dincinr nati Ohio is visiting her istsrs Mesdams J F Hagan and R W Wathen V Mrj Freu Lamptonof H ardiu county visited his uncle DrJHi ijampton ffpm Saturday Jo Monday MrJ C Campbell and wife of Louisvijle spent the first cf thel week he e ds guet t c f relatives Mr Porter Myers and wifr Of Lebanon were guets of Judge I H Thurman and wife yesterday Wiss Mray Lewis ejpter kilned t few friends last Monday evening in honor of tier ousin Miss Edith Baldwin Mrs Robert Graven ha returned to her horrit Wccdlavn after visiting her ATJ UbrlW K Marks Mrs F H Lanhanij of ILeba non and Mrs E C alof Mississippi are visiting 1jrs T E Har3esty Miss Nannie Ray Thurmsn has returned from West Pint Ky and is at Judge 1T H Thurmans home Mr F R Hodapp and little son Raymond went to Louis ville Sunday and1I refcurned Tuesday evening I Miss Crulcher of OxforaOhi was here the latter part cf the weeksolicitipg pupils in musib for Oxford College Miss Mary McCabe accompan iedby her little sister Elizabeth has gone to Winchester to visit her aunt Mrs Scott Miss Emma Leacbmari City Missicneryof Louisyille is vis iting MissElizibelhDeBcja and relatives in the county Mrs M H Russell has returned to her home atBartistbwn after a visit to the ifamily of Ed Ml Russell of this place- Hon C C McChordi Mrs McChord and daughter larga ret attended the funeral jf Mr Robert C McChord Wednesday afternoon Miss Mae Harvey of Colum bia and Miss Katharine Kivers of Missouri who have ben visiting Mrs W K Marks hiive re turnedhotheF Mr J F Simms we and childreo M rsJanie Willet Mrs J C Mudd and Mrs SaW Uau ilton returned from Tut lain Tueddy evening Miss Josie Lee Will A Vat ers nice McEroy Rob lIoe and wife John F Greece and Spa1ingCleients return dfrom Tathatti Springs Saturday even ing Mr W C McChord anWifr Mr J S McElroy and wuyMrf C R McElroy atid wife and Miss Sallie McElroy attended the funeral of Mr R C McCbord at Lebanon Miss Bessie Campbell and Mr Will Leachman Messrs Gwin Marks Marshall Duncan Chas Greene Cleland and Hoojl Cunningham attended the dance aII Lebanon last Thursday nigbt Souvenir postals frdm Misses Annie McChord and Miss Mary Drown to their Iamilie state triii that they are enjoying tberrj Dslzurhe a now seeing the Mgtitl of Tellow Stone Park Fiom therlB tthey will proceed to Portland The following young ladies and gentlemen atlen flea are cep tion given by Mrs R nkin of Lebanon last Wednesday evdn ing Misses SAdie Maye Mary L wis Sdith Baldwin Messrs Cleland Cunningham W D y f Claybrooke and Chas Greene Mrs G C Wharton ener tamed the progressive Euchre Club ands number of other fiiends in a delightful manner Wednesday afternoon Two prizes were given The club prizes was a hand paintodpi14r The visitors prize a pretty fCatd cse Wins i Two l3fLllii games oi lliali last week witli 4i e crack Louisville BradleyGilbert team which resulted in a viciry- foi the home boys oh two counts The first game occurred on Fri day and a large crowd assembled Ward of Graensburg was put m the box and pitehed a winning game for the Springfield the opponents making only one scqre j in gamp he striking out twelve men Brown who twirled for the visitorsi jiLso held his own in the pitching game theSpring- fields being able only to salve TheISpringIIThe second game took place- y atthfj same place and resulted jn another victory for the Springfields by the score polvinIopponents down to five runs while tenof the home te mguc ceeded in scoring for the home boys Notice I The Ladies Aid Society of the MackvHle Christian church will serve an ice cream supper at tHe home of Mat Wycoff near Mack yule on Saturday August 12th 1905 Proceeds for benefit of New Christian church All are cordially invited to attend sup per frpm5 to 10 oclock Commissioners Sae Mrs Ellen Sparrow ct alplffs TS Kquity- WB Sparrow ct at dfts By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Wa bington circuit court rendered at the May term thereof l005in the above cause I shall proceed to offer for sate ou tho prcmiss about half way between Pulliam and Chaplin on the Rock bridge arid Chaplin turnpike imWasb incton coaut Ky at the homeof W B Spartow ON SATURDAY AUG9 1905 ai 9 jj clock am Jr thereabout to the hlpheflt bidder at public auction upon a credit of one and two years the lollowjng describe property Two tracts or parcels of rand llying and brfng1 in Washington county Ky and bounded as follows Tract NQ 1 beginning at a white oak stump cor to Pratherand W L Keeling thence North with E P Prathers dirt road to Rock Bridge and Chaplin turnpike a1stoneM Sparrows line thence with said IT M Sparrows line sbuthwost down drain to E P Prathers uidi Hills line thence south with j IE Pi Prathers line to the beginning iitalning ao acres more or less IETract i o 2 beginning at a Stone orth side of turnpike thence with TIMthence down said Urain to a branch as it meanders to a drain thence up said drain meanders 120 poles to a stake JargeI I S 49 W3d poi thence with lands of Walter Hale to the Bridge and Chaplin turnpike thence fcontainingf making the whole tract contain 100 acres more pr less V tbepprbaselsecurity or sar te8 must execute bcnds bearlbgrle al Interest from daW Ut abi1ntLI pail Mndhaying the fore d e ct of a Judgraent Bidde will o reqnpcd tto ccfnply prom with these terms MG JVIJACHMAN M1c W 001 h Opticisa of Bard- stownUbeiiiSpring S4y Ave I2th 4the Btio j t te t the Eyes fit and adjust GlMae t41Il y it is to wear Glasses that does not fit you jByiw Wli7 ot have them fitted by one who has made pecitl M17 oi GLASS FITTiPI fW C Grigsby tIle Optician has gradaed 1rotw- t Optical Colleges one olthe largest JQ Ithe world tliNorthern Illinpis Oqilege of Chicago lL fleusel 1l guess workS All glasses ara uarantecd io give stsfs tion Remember the date S fiirdayl iig 13tk tw Walton Hotel aIIW C GRIGSBY Opiician V M OrCHXQOOCX XrC 0 4GofllgtoTraYelI-t The pleasure of your your trip will be in creased by usincnepf I our Stilt Cases Trunks or Bags Then if you are short on any thing lo Vear we can supplyyou oiiFF the fleld a s c I f f For we have the ne ebideasiM IR Collars Neckwear Gloves epClotItKSbilVfL f i Ladi S Shirt Waists- Jjl 4r t t Colters Neckwear Ufideiwcarj Corset Hisidry J 9 Shoes Fans Belts Waist Setts Hand Btgt 0gBrushes Writing Paper TaIc M Ptwier Hllr g Pins Back and Side Combs Pai IsI tim br llps etc etc 5 J Wee Wonld be Pleased to Furnish M 2I BRZZ LeoGoOROBERTSON ii- v oJ o j5 iji iiiWiji iiWlw wIi ijIIIoo Have J elf RUJlf i JJ c tLf i3 Since tll e ru ng iitori ti f TOi3 t fjf s i if 2r F j I TaMngi IllYdlltor 1 t Ii n lof sto0k and have disc v red a Jkt of ia ocld bargains vfhich we will iooii offeir j our customers at their pjwii price W0 3 will make a CLEAN SW 33P of out eason Qf goodspr praJrY to ilI 3 room for Jour iiew stook which will 1 beiLirto Arrive shortly v 2 3 v 3 3 WATCH FOR THE BARGMIS a j I t I a QRUNDY A4cJNTIRf Successors to Grundy rIrjllt it4Mm rt t m I MM v a BDmfE 8 The Springfield Meatlarbt II f IIi E 11 ttJ IJ ifI t AOi i I FTcoroPISn3B33S3STEX totikeAyersI DYEbejS 5 i5A I i tJfE YJJOR A fl1BUCCANEI3R I a il BcYRUs TOWNSEND BRADY tot Love1I Tht SoutlwriMrs 1f TIM of Honor Etc W- ri r tCtrY Grip i Y fI 4 iiY c W DIbLINCHAM0MP4NY I JPXPTER Xx mJ1NDOllLIQUE ALVA BA3X stood alone on the plaza IVtOO ancient castle which for Jyerc a century Had been the 3 fit the goftonors1 of La Guayra t e gazing listlessly 1owu over the t patwejt Iritttl bordered the bare sheer p1ec4pbe towepng above the seaport fiwL Tffccre was nothing In his eyes great deal In his heavy heart J i lLaA AivjtfaOo who filled the hon 0 y jC itatfon of comandaute of the f fcJTjjU asohllcrof proved courage r ji protege and favorite officer of his 11 ree bisbncss the Count Alvnro det iJf It friiMlee of Spain and viceroy tJi Ywe1a he Jhd lbeen honored ortt eat reoisibiIIte SWblC1l lie had rged to the satisfaction of his mas f4 From a military point of view the ig3vrBoc df La Guayra which IV irji fllfedriviB of sufficient Impor i 1cQ to entltiojdrn to high pOSlUOllI ad much consKferatlon nrthe i 4 7 Eat court of Caracas re1 f6f unknown parentage Alvarado jpj keen received Into the family of bndI viceroy When nh Infant lie had i ctrefully Teamed almost as no had been f + JC LULlS sqn and had been given ftwildant opportunity to distinguish 1ihnso1f In the course ofi1s short life iS iad manflged to amass a modest it3rtune by honorable means JIe was Syoung and bahdspmc He had been In iitrucjed for theX viceroy had early jjbwn partlaHty for him Jn the best sdUoois rn the new r1U His educd 2ilqn had been ripened and polished by ajojonrn of several years In Europe t fidittoJ1JynttbJtcourtot Madrid but also at that of Versailles where the C i4 Count de Lara had been sent as am bassador to the grand monarch during 1 itperiod in which for the sake olt su pervlslng the education of his only J t daughter hb had temporarily absented hfmself from his beloved Venezuela l That nIL unknown man should have J been given such oppdrtunltles snould have been treated with so much con i JJlderatlon was sufficient commentary 44 J oh the cl1t kindness of heart J1 of the old hidalgo who represented the falling power of his most catholic majesty of Si aIn Carlos IL the Bewitched 4 ar Jit the new world Whatever rc lila origin therefore he bad been J 1 7 bronght lib su a Spanish soldier audi fk gentleman a4 the old count was open ly pro dofinij With assuraSTstatlonT ample means t r Jncroiislng reputation with youth 3eaIUi nod personal good iooksr the young governor should ha v been k SlLIiI man nut It was easy to see from the heavy frown upon his sunny r4fncefor he Tvas that rare thing paIn a blue eyed blond who at first tflC sight might haVe been mistaken for l Iflu lEngllsbmanr that his soul was f filled with melancholy And well it VttUghi be for Alvarado was the victim it ty tIcf4Irozzione end of the Caribbean to the other from her beauty and her fa titers station as tho Pearl ot Caracas i 7 Qr was his present sadness duo to janrbiulted passlon for he was eanilV i dent that the adoration of his heart If Wfljs met with an adequate response tiromlts Qbject lud eed it was no- secrett to Win that Mercedes loved him wIth a dev6tlon which matched his f ownv It was not that but her father had announced his intention to bet troth the girl to Don EelIpe de Tobar y Bpbadilla a young gentleman of nncfejit lineage and vast wealth who had bgn born in America and was the reputea head in the western hemi I = sphere of the famous famly whose name he pore The consent of Donna Mercedes to the betrothal had not been asked Thatwjis a detail which was not con 1 IdercdL necessary by parents la the year of grace 1C5 and especially not Tiyt Spanish parents That she should object to the engagement or refuse to carry outbcrtnthexjr plan never l crossed the vlceroy s Imagination r ThatashS might love another was an ar1honghtY well brought up Spanish maiden to be z v a passive Instrument In the carrying r outpf hpr fathers views especially In i thingfe njatrlmonlal In which Indeed love found little room for entrance VBut Donna Mercedes loved Captain forIwasIdisagreeable to or any onebe1 za3 a Spanish gentleman In every sense of tile word handsome dIs tin guisheti proud and alnnibut she s t r did not could not love him To corn plicate matters still further De Tobar was Captafn Alvarados cherished com SV panlon and most Intimate friend1 I The progress of the love affair be twcen Aivafado and Donna Mercedes had been subjective rather than ob jectlrc They had enjoyed some un r usual opportunities for meeting on count of the station the former filled 4 Io In the viceroys household and the placo he held in his heart yet the op portnnltlcs for extended freedom of In iercourse between young men and wo men pf the gentler class In those days mal especially among Spaniards of high rank were extremely limited The A V old count took care to see that h- isjdnshte was carefully watched and i ehlelded not because be suspected her i Tie summer inon hs are the ntin the whole year for the I anti cure of stomach 4 s tr blesi The out door lifef with ural exercise the fruit and 4 i are so eateji L all help p restore healthy ac Li i10ttip the digeatice orgars TNow Weri natsr iI1 aid Mina in ctu1k indJgestipn and gryirgstieth to the stomach system tbs reinoiy kyw suffer ivith headac es1 or anything ne tnd not hut because It wasV habit of his people and his anccsiry The busy life that he lOOtthe many employments which were thrust upon him his military du ties had kept the days of the young soldier very full and under the most favorable circumstances he would have had little time for lovcmaking But though they had enjoyedi brief personal Intercourse the very of free com munication the difficulties of meeting had but added fuel and fire to their affection Love had ul med Into these two hearts with all the Intensity of their tropIc blood ard tropic land t passion c Uld teed for days Ivarados largo upon the remembrance of her hand when he kissed it last in formal salutation Mercedes soul gould Infold Itself in the recollection of the too ardent pres sure of his lips the burning yet re- nnntftll glance he hall shot Jlf hOl by others unpercelved when he said fare well The ltuatIon was complicate- dlincverYposSlble way for J4varado of family like his he would hare gone boldly to the viceroy and asked for the band of his daughter In which case lie thought he would have met with no refusal but being Ignorant of his birth having not even a legal right to the name he bore he kncv that the proud oltibidalgo would se his daughter dead than wedded to him Of all the ancient splendors of the Spanish people there was left them but one thing of which they could be proud their ancient name De Lara who belonged to one of the noblest and most distinguished families jot the Iberian peninsula would ncVcr consent to degrade his line by allying his only daughter to a nobody however worthy ill other respects the suitor might prove to be Again had Mercedes father bjeen any other than the lifelong patron and friend to whom hCllterally owed ev erything that he possessed such was the jmpetuoslty of Alvarados disposi tion that at every hazard he would have taken the girl by stealth or orce from her fathers protection made her his wife and sought ah asylum In Eng land or France or wherever he could So desperate was his snte of mind so overwhelming his love that he would have shrunk from nothing tp win her Yet just because the viceroy hail been a father to him Just because he had loved him had been unexampled In his kindness and consideration to him just because he reposed such absolute ly unlimited confidence lIn him the young man felt bound In honOr by fet ters that he could not break And there was his friendship for De Tobar There wove many yoUng gal lants About the vice regal court who jealous of Alvarado6 favor and en vious of his merits had not scrupled In the face of his unknown origin to sneer to mock or to sllght so far as It Ivan safe to do either of these things to so brave and able a soldier Amid these gilded youths De Tobar with noble magnanimity and affection hud proved himself Alvarados stanch friend A roinaml had sprung up between the two young then and the first confidant of De Tobars love affairs had been Alvarado him selL To betray his friend was almost as bad as to betray his patron jit was not to be thought of Yet how could he a man in whose blood through It may have been noble for aught lie knewran all the passions of lila race with the ferjor and fire of the best a thanwha loved as he did the ground upon which th Senorita de Lara walked stand tiy tamely end see her given to another no matter who he might bet Spain under the last poor crazed bewitched degenerate descendant of the once formidable Hapsburg had reached the lowest depths of Igubinlny and decay Alone almost under her flag Venezuela was well governedr from the Spanish standpoint that is From the native American point pf view the rule of even tlje gentlest of Spaniards had maue a hell on earth of the fairest conntrlois of the new con tinent Of all the cities and garrisons Viceroydepointed and cared for nut It tidnQt require a great deal 0 time or Jit tontlou from so skilled a commander as Alvarado to keep things Irf proper shape Time therefore hung heavily on his hands On the other side of the jriountaln range after a ftescpnt of several thou nUeybOlloof tie low latitude into asalubrrous and clluiatc ly the palace of the viceroy and the city which sur rounded It tJn o or Santiago de Leon commOnly culleit the city of Ca racas Many a day hail Alvarado turned backwrfrd from the white nailed red roofed tonu 1reatl out uthls feet fmk Ing under tIle palms seething In the fierce heat as If striving to pierce wjth his gaze the grout jconlllleras on the farther side of wblch Inthc cool l white palace beneath tlit gigantic celbas1 the queen of his heart mnlhcr home lie pictured hc1 at all hours of the day he dwelt upon her Image goingover again N9W 18 THE TIMF TO GET NELL VVV- 4rNatureHelps Miona Sure Stomach Troubles in Short V 4iOrder = treatment berries which freely 1bjdhediietTve remark VopportUnItfor Impossibilities rather attachment delightful indigestion llauiency specks before the eyes fermentation heart burn dizziness or haves a variable appetite and a general feeling of despondency or weak ness it shows clearly hat the stomach ii is not digesting the cod asit shduklV Justo ne little tabletout of a 50 cent box of Mi 0 iiator a few days andallthis will be changed rfbr the betters and heal Or stored Ask The Red Cros- til eI Store tp show you Nfvoni guarantee JrikCou Jtoina ecj aetair oj Sec race aOOJ ftaure fie TTM Dfad mad with lOTeloc her craawd with lioijBl as piiwtoa There Bccmtkl to be no way out of hte ieyV bnj toy Mm to pass lila owa vfoeji through lila heart er to throw MpM eU iTrom the precipicel or to plunge Into thecroelfltie eCtkeVoavea1ag Cl1ij bean the color of the sea cha ted IB his eye with his tempr like a wonaag mood Yet be was young be hoped in spite of himself He prayed foe be was not old enough to have lost faith arid he planned Besides he was too brave a soldier to kill himself and she was not yet married She was not formally betrothed even although it was well knowji that her father look ed favorably upon DC Tobars suit uo formal announcement bad been made of it as yet So In spite of ills judgment be dreamed The thoughts of youth and love are long long thoughts Indeed That morning the young captain en grossed in his emotions was not aware Captun Alruido of the approach of a messenger until the clank of the mans sword upon the stone flags of the plaza caused him to lift his head He was soldier an offi cer of the b3dYlUardoC the viceroy and be bore In his hand a letter sealed with the De Lara coat of arms The messenger saluted and handed the packet to the captain f Yesterday evening his excellency the Viceroy charged me to deliver this let ter to you today Fadrique called Alvarado to a servitor Ua flagon of wine for the cay alier By your leave sir he contin openingllie otLnAs one faithful to the fortunes of our family wfe would crave Y9ur honorable presence at lOUt palace l Santiago to morrow evening In view oyour service and devotion we have dono lou the honor to appoint you as one of the witnesses to the formal betrothal of our daughter Donna Mercedes to your friend Don Felipe de Tob r After hat as we have received appeals for help from the Orl tioco country we propose to lead his most catholic majestys Imperial troops thIther In person to overawe the natives ndLreposIng full trut In your fidelity arid honor we deIgn to commit the Donna Mercedes to your safe keeping In our city of La Guayra until we return There fore make your preparations accordingly Given Under our band and seal DE LARA Viceroy It Had come The old man I1sa lost token of his respect had nomi nated him as a witness to the con tract which robbed him forever ofjbope nnd happiness The young mad went white before the keen eye of the mes senger who in common with other officers of the viceroys court pected what tas Indeed concealed from noon sate the father and lover His heart almost stopped its beating yet summoning his resolution he r covered himself by an effort that left him trembling the sweatf beading ihis forehead t Soy to his exCellency the viceroy that I thank him for the honor be docs me I shall wait upon him tomorrow and obey bis commands CHATTER X LVARADO was alone in the cabinet of the viceroy to whlcli his rank and he favor in which his excellency held him gave him access at all times He bad ridden all day over the rough road that winds over the mountains from La Guayra to Caracas The storm which had rushed down the mountain side all afternoon matched the tumult in his soul and the sheets of rain blown upon bid by the fierce wind had ritot cooled the fever of his agitation The unusual tempest was one of the most terrific that had swept over the coast in years He bad marked as he rode a huge ship for to seaward staggering along under shortened can vas anti laboring tremendously In the heavy teas But his though ts were so centered upon the situation in which he found himself that lie had not par ticularly noticed the vessel althqugh passing ships were lnfrequeute sights off the port of La Guayra Pale hag gard and distraught from his menial struggle he bad crossed the pass at the summit of the mountain and deKccnded Into the fertile valley now irijrjp with ralu and looking almost cold under the gray sky and bad pre thCivllCroy hndjfoU8hfilon Was one Of peace he had felt that be conld betterSsustain his part in the military uniform In which he had won his only ttle to conslderaion Consequently lila appearance In the bril srnongthenificent attire blazing with jewels threw a soinbcr note over the pro l ed1zsgsVIt was as a soldier he had won fame and ijie consideration of the viceroy In no other capacity sd fur as any c1fcrOIntborn IJ was as a soldier he would perform that hardest of all duties byiiisPale stern composed he stood an Iron figiVof repression So severe uponhimselfhis emotion eycn at the near approach of Donna Mercedes and the hand which signed lila name boneath her fathers as the principal vitness was as steady as It Itjheld merely the sword In some deadly combat lie endured passively the affectionate greetings of the happy Dei Tobar who was Intoxi cated at the assurance afforded by the betrothal of the coming realization of all hut hopes He sustained with firm ness the confidence of the viceroy and the admlsslons De Lara made to him In private of his pleasure In the suit able and fortunate marriage which was there arranged He even bore without breaking one long plteous np peai which had been shot nt him from the black eyes 6f the unhappy Mer codes To her he seemed preternaturally coiu and Indifferent He was so strong So brave so successful She had count ed upon some interposition from him but the snow capped Andes were no colder than be appeared their granite andunsympnthetlcIt una resentment the hadI sgrtad the atIiict But the Jmore tluin ke cooM IliNrPJeidhiJ1a IspoakJoa e arly Mve witHdraw Ihe fcatlylttea wklck succeeded the coas kttoa of the betrothal cereaaony aM the retirement of the la4iea At the juggest1oa of the Ttoeroy who said kj74eeked to coaault with him kter In tbe evening he wentt into the Mrted cablaet of the latter The palace was bgllt ia the form ot- a f quadrangle around an open patio A balcony ran along the second story passing the viceroys cabinet beyondI Which was ills bedroom and beyond that the apartments of his daughter The rain lad ceased and the storm hatI Ispent itself It was a caini and beau itlful night The moon shining with tropic splendor through the open win dow dispensed with the necessity of lights There was no one in the cabit pet when be entered anjl he ast able to give way to his emotion mnrIr from the ball with Donna Mercedes there was no restraint put upon the young nobles and from the other side of the patio came the sound of uproar ous revelry and feasting his friends and comrades with generous cheer fet licitating the happy bridegroom was to be Alvarado was alone un disturbed forgotten and likely to remain so He put his head upon his bands and groaned in anguish Wbyisbouid it not have been IF llrt murmured uIs be stronger braver better soldier Does he love her morel t Riches Can I not acquire thorn 1 Fame Have I not a large measure Birth Ab that is It My father Mr mother If I could only know Win she looked at me What piteous ap peal In her eyes What reproach when I stood passive cased In Iron with a breaking heart Mercedes Merce dear In his anguish hecalled the name aloud So absorbed and preoccupied in his grief had he been that he was not aware of a figure softly moving Along the balcony in the shadow He throught1room He did not realize that be had an auditor to his words a witness tto his grief until a touch soft as a snow flake fell upon his fair head and a voice for which he languished whiR pered in his ear You called me I am come Senorita Mercedes he crIed lift lag his head and gazing upon her cFtILrtIPdhere ho added brusquely catching her hands with a fierce grasp in the intensity of his emotion as he spoke Is this my greeting she answer ed surprised In turn that he had not Instantly swept her to his heartV She strove to draw herself away and when be perceived her intent he opened his bands and allowed her arms to fall by her side I have been mistaken she went on piteously II am not wanted She turned away and stood full in the silver bar of the moonlight stream ling through the casement Her white face shone In the light against the dark background of the huge empty room that face with its aureole of soft dark hair the face of a saint pale yett not passionless of the heaven heaves A toStltouch ffell upon Kb bead llY yet with just enough of earthly feeling in her eyes to attest that she was a very woman after oji Go not be cried catching her again and drawing her backVIGODe were his resolutions shattered l was his determination broken was his resistance She was here before him at all hazards be Vould detain her They were alone almost for tlaVfirst time In their lives It was night the balmy Wind blew softly the moonlightI opportunityIwould never come again 1UI heard you she Vtnurmuredsway- ing toward him I heard You seemed to tiesutfrihg do not know why something drew me on You whisperedJ were speaking I listened I JCJme nearer Was your heart breaking tool Despise metVISh put bejr fnee in Viler hands It was confession sIre made A wave of shame swept over herVDespise you J Ah God help me I rlovyoul Arid this time be gathered her In lila arms and drew her back Into the deep er VShfldOWV And you were so ti ld nhe whis pered I looked at yon I bogged you with all my soul l cforc I signed You did nothing nothing Is there uohclpr Dosf Jove me VVWith all my soul she answered Poor f JLSai ObscureVNay Lowly perhaps Ignobly born Nay love those are mere words to me IlJch or poor high or low noble or Ignoble tbou only liasi my heart It boats and throbs only for three I have thought upon thee dreamed upon thee loved thee cannot marry Don KG hue I too have the pride of tile DC Lara J My father shall Hud It I sign ed that contract under duress You would do nothing Oh Alvarudo Aiva rado wllt thou stand tl y and let tne be taken into tbe arms of another Hut no happensDonna py young man I love thee I adore thee I worship thee with all ray heart and soul Were It not a Howards act I would have plunged my dagger Into my breast ere I witnessed that be trothal tonightVThou shouldst first have sheathed It in mine she whispered But douldst find no better use for thy weapon than that Would you bare me kill Don Fe Hpe uNo no but defend me with It There are hidden recesses In the wouu talus Your soldiers worship you Take me away away Into the undiscovered countries to the southward A con tinent Is before youe will find a new Mexico carve outa new Peru with your sword though I want noth- Ing but to be with you alone with you my soldier my lover my king But your plighted word TIs nothing My heart was plight ed to you That is enough Let us go We may never have the chance again she urged clinging to him A fearful struggle was gMug pu in AJraWflQs breastt Wbat sbe proposed I was toe viry tains ne would fatfrq at tempted were the circumstance othor than tfaey wraV Bat bis lllhls triM hk military duty his honor as- sc9diertheweata beaded his tore head p1B Hd bad made UI his mind at the betrothal to glveOier Up He had abandoned hope he had put aside possibilities jtor he cduld see none But here she was lin his afuis a living breathing vital passionate figure her heart beating against his own plead ing with him to take ber away Here was love with Its witchery with all Its magic with nil Its power attacking the defenses of his heart and the wom an whom he adored as his very life with all the passion in his being was urging imploring begging him to take her away He was weakening wavering nnd the woman who watched him realized It md added fuel to the flame Hie love I bear your father he gasped Should it bind where mine breaks 1 am his daughterVAnd Don Felipe Is my personal friendVAnd my betrothed hut I hesitate notVMy oath as a soldier And mine as n woman Gratitude duty Oh Alvnrado you love me not she etied These are the strongest I have dreamed dream Lend me your dagger There shall be no awakening Without you kcannot bear As she spoke she plucked the dagger from the belt of tire young soldier lifted the point gleaming In the moon light and raised it to hrr heart He caught it instantly No nor he cried Give back the weapon The poniard fell from her hand Thou bust taken me I thank thee she murmured thinking the battle won as be swept her once more in his arms This time he bent IrIs head to her up turned face and pressed kiss after kiss upon the trembling lips It was the first time and they abandoned themselves to their transports with all the fire of their long restrained pas slon CaptqlnIAlvurado cried a stern yolce as the viceroy entered tire roomnniy olilcer III whom I trusted Death nnd fury Donna Mercedes what dp you here The fault Is mine said Alvarado iiandii Donna Mercedes In the cabinet when I came in She strove to fly I do talned her by foroe I poured iutc her ear a tale of my guilty passion Mine is the fault She repulsed mesh drove me off The dagger at your feet Sire snatched it from me and swon to bury it In her heart unless Ilell her I alone am guilty Thou villain Thou false friend shouted the viceroy whipping out hi sword lIe was basfdo himself wltl fury but there was a characteristic touch of ii1lmlty about his ncx 1nctlon so hanUsoine so splendid s noble iu sprie of his degrading eon fesslon did the young man look that he gave him a chanceV Draw your swpnl Captain lilvq rado for as 111c I shall run yoti through VIAlvqrados hand went to his boll he unclasped it arid threw It asideV nm1lshOl1orro t ntH VVNot so screamed Mercedes who had heard as if in a daze lie hath hot told the truth He hath lied for me I alone am guilty I hennl hlin praying here lathe still night and Jlj came In not he I threw myself intjo his arms begged hint to take nie away He spoke of his love and friendship for you for Don Folipcv hs honor his duty I lid Indeedselze tlic dagger but because though he lovcjd nje he would still be true On nly bead be the shame Honor this gcji tleman my father as Ilove him1 She flung herself at her fathers fcutt and caught his handV I love him she sobbedj1 love him Is this true jCaptaln AlvaradoJ Would she mid not said APta swcred the young man gloornilyV Is it true I cannot deni It any lord and y st I am tire guilty one I was on the iralut of yielding unit you not come In ye should have gone away t Yet you bud refuse- dIIhesitntei RefusfMl i my daughter And you nhamclesg girl you forced yourself up on him threw yourself Into his arinst Yes I loved him Didst never h yc in thine own day my father Dust never feel that life itself wore us noth big compared tto yrhat bents and tliro j5 here1 VV nut Jon Feline lit Is a gallant gentleman I lo re him not Oh shrVPress your daughter no further Di u Iaro She is besidJ herself gasps out Alvarado hoarsely TIs all my fault I loved her IMply that sic caught the feeling In her bvn hua t When I am gone she will forget no You have raised trio front olweurlty you have loaded mo with honor y u have given me every opportunity I will be true I will be faithful to yc4u Twill be death but I hope It uuy come quickly Misjudge me not sweet illypassionl illy k iKu the Honor ot GpUm Alwado1 I may kill sorrow byV losing my llife my lord And than DQIIIUI Mercedes forgot me ami be happy with Lfon FelipeVNever never crjed the gilVShe rose to her feet and en me ndn or to him Her fattier stood bX ns If ruvntndosru eyesVVVYou love rUe atidI love jou What matters anything eSeVOh my lord uryV lord4 cried Al rarado storing at the viceroy kill no jThou Mer cedes extending lies arms across her lovers breast Donna iierocdes said her father thoH hart put such ririunejOfl the name and tame of DC Ijira as it hiith never borne In years Thou hast been betrothed to an honorable gentle man ItS my will that the compactf be carried out TO BK corrctu 1iFi1- IYOurCOALI nftt= l U CO tL HotJ =Nowis the time to save money by laying in YOUr1 wAfter t r K supply of coal and we can offer your tnducementsi in thedll j way of prices on large quantitieIi j v J u JuurJ f f J t 4Has been tremendous tiis 111 f rri 9 still 1t tiL- have plenty offine vehicles left horn winch you niy mkeIj a selectIonIL jV f d 1J fii i i JJ C i U Remember We taiiuJ d iti t JII tt tIrAsdealers in farming implqmmitsv rha dle S the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old HickoryStu1cbakei S j and ChampIOn Farmi Wagons and the i best drills and seeders on the market r l L Page and El wood iFie1d Fencing ind jBasoline EnIhitJ ail V dt- McGIure gines sizes 5 Jv tl r h t 6 Wells Istil i ff jJ 3 k Attcmots Suicide r Robert Turner a former Brenthitt county feudist who i in jaill on the charge of shooting at without sondingmrtrte two attempts tb end his Ife pary yesterday morning Shortly after Vednesdaymidnight groars were heard issuing from fiis cell One of the guards investigated and Turner admitted having swallowed an ounce of iodine After an energeticof the stomach pump on the part tf Dr arvin jail physician the mans sufferings were relieved and he was pronounced out of danger Near morning a guard chanced to pass Turnt rs eelPand WaS horrified t see him dangling from the end of an improvised rope attached to one of the pipes J iu the of thecell HastilyJ 1unodown Turner assigned as a causerfor tne deed that he was despondent over being in jail He further stated that he was grieved over the failure of his wife to visit him Eis home is on tI the Seventh street road near the city limits wbere hkvtife and nine children are in almost destitute circumsiances Turners trouble dates from last May when it is allegedhe shot at Mrs Milton Rose who resided aft 310 Bell street He was indicted by the grand jury and is now awaitiag trial He denies having shot at the wjDman On the occasion Juliqs BUd ot the Board of Childrens GurJV ians inaugurated procecdingsto deprive Turhtr of his chjidren it having been reported that he was not providing for them and and that they were reduced to the necessity of begging Purner put ulith plea f t be vas unable to work but Mrs Turner said she was working and could care for horchildren She said heiV children had never begged but had accepedclothes and food from kindhearted neigh bors who had proffered them The matter was allowed to drop Herald OURwarlV1O I The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that throne is at lepst one dreaded diaoase thatt science lisa been able to cure in all its stages and thitt1a Catarnlrhails Catarrh Oure Is tho only positive cure now known to the medical frt rl1it rCntarrh belnjira constitutional disease requires a constitutional treatment H WsCaI tarrh Care is taken internally Acting directly upon the blood and mucous J suntacesof the sy teiu thereby de 8troyinfthe fbuudauon of t9c disease fault giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assist Inp nature In doing its work The ViO- SprietorahaVO so iriuclr faith fa its cur ativc powcrstb t theyoffer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Oo roJcdoOT Sold by Druegists 75cV Qld Papers t Mr James L Beddow brought lot lIs office some very od interesing papers One anaII the Olive BranchV published this city in 182Q It is 1D11 18IB in wJiich iis the it address cjf President lull The Argus ott uguralII Amercafwas publisbejMnFranUiFJt another In h J KNTUtfIYs ffjj r 19 STATE FIR t lt AT LEXINGTON 4i JA f1 September 1823 l tr 1 6 0 tL 131Q DAV t IN PREMIUMS cr2500 PREMIVMIIO 1 THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVESTOCK AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUcTS EVEIL Jp ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTHVt 1 r NovelAffraclions1Maoificenf Exhibit on JJq 71The Emois DJJSS BAND of4O 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or return EM TIRE AttorneYs fcc Send model etcht scnCmIMMEDIATEFREE the best legal scrrib and advice and 9UJff charges are moderate Try SWIFT COttt pStjawy- o us Patent emcewasIiaitoa i l TowrfOjjfc 1 CUSSES we sptttadc mt erellass IeIUCStrGUH in a pslIar mu ncr sOas Is glve a uirsk tWcltoflslontha5anyotheniasssanda eeio- ltreedomandeomiortiStIieweprtiatse other glasseS afford Mca be jreclaled Vail by MM kei kid They arewlMiout sjtttsHen mt aetentW call constrtictSAgtesKs that hess hue Mdwhen maHe Jnto Mf tCALS MM sighted and farslgfeie fftastes eessie4Vcan be n withal muck ctuttogtt lens glasses This cawwt ujlit said fof anjfillier fennel Kfecal G4uu f TO5ClO SLAISU tbylheltJntIIeMIIttorI t posiNve usraMe that If tlttjele =satlsfactFoniseveq wa he and tM M015 ptU m IMM W Ihybshaneseytreabawi4kysrasW Ira 9lasse5 115 t iSlIS5 a tVfort and satttfat Hn ta sesey s I j abetrt TOWCflW iisr LIIJ nthlspsper j Ef TiHwoCOptIrJ rr r t I LOUiSVtUE y ilttJ1 fopr J Stomach a No appetite loss of 4rnf MrVoaa ne5headachs t constipion tout brMtfa general debllltyj MUT r1sas anif wilwrli of the stomach an aN des to k4IgsMiois Kodol cures InaifMtte W aewov cry represents the aair 4 Jjus rf4 Islion as thyiitot Isa MAll vi ni ch combined witht tp ffMtirt hSWn jtoate tad rtcoMirucriy ftiftrtt Kodofdys pepsia pure does not oily care odifwHoa and dyspepsia but this fsaoa i me ly jpurifyingj the rrncous mernbtans5 hieg the stouucb Mrs g M 0 Psssswoo w Va s wee trOUIed wfc wr ob k KodtIai8i s are tti Whit Y ZVpot o 3lOSSleehoWtne 2l the trial 13S wMclt sells lot Pr4 rfd r E9DWITT a oo CHICAGO