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Digital page images are linked to the text file. tc ESJA8IIII1D 1E J TAL AE 47S4E4DEk r i i La a KNew SeriesVOl XIL No 5 SPRINEFtLD WASHINGTON AUGUST 81 1905 IIOOA YS4B = J I HAWK 113 TMOMFSO N Jr Rydoii k ThOmpson UNDERTAKERS J r ANt EMBALMERS n a 1 ia ISJJc all kind bf Ponera tuppfcc PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY FRNItiDLcountyc seat of ITjiBkittoa County 52 miles south J tt qt iiigton 59 miles from lx ni4iltc on Bardstown branch of Ibivi11e and Nashville railroad i- nifring and agricultural district Mro Banks telegraph and telephone i Unesexpress omce flour mills lumber yards Uopuatidn 1100 population of county 15000 Kepresentativeiu Congress Hon D HiSmith HodgenYllle Ky KepresentattTe In Keutucky Legis j j iature Hon W DClaybrooke I Rep escntative in State Senate Hon Harry LanCaster Lebanon Ky 11 4uistyfl1rectory r v CIRCUIT COURT I Circuit Court begins on the fourth J f iMofiday in February May and Octo l6trr it I H Thurmanv Judge r rZi w4L Durham Commonwealth At j torm y VFltf Campbell Clerk il IL G teach map Ma ster mmlss 1 99r f QUARTERLY COURT- s Quarterly Court is held on the third Monday in each month + B Jf Litsey Judge OUNCYCOURT untylCAtrtU1eet on the fourth Monday in etch mouth BIUtsey Judge W F Booker County Cle- rktTy S Mayes County Attorney tr T George Catlett Jailer t i DBy1011 roikeSheriff- Richard Isham SidueyOsborne i R Ii Iullican DepuUCS r EdfMasters IJatnes F Mopre County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor ft onryan Deputy if RobertNOTtea5urer LJ M MontgomerY Coroner J J W Bush Supt of Common P o Springfield k kschools g I i CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge 1 John Grace Marshal W F Gripby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT f Jntice Courts are held in January April Jkly and October ij Church Dilatory I METHODIST CHTJRCH ti Rev J C Hoakinson Pastor Ser Ticeaon the First 1qd Third Suudavs- inJ each month at 11 am and 730 pffi- SundaySchool every Sunday atlO ami- prayer t meeting eyery Wednesday eght J J+ CATHOLIClCHURCHv q 4 t Rev P F1 Hennessar Pastor Ser rirYcescverySUfldaYat 8 and 10 oclock a m Services at St Rcse same hours f CHRISTIAN CHURCH J RevWT Walden Pastor Service trjecond awl fourth Sunday in each tlI1onlh PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH i ReV T D L timer Pastor z ePreaching every Sunday at 11 f m mad at 7 pm Sunday school eVery e Snnday at 10 ato Prayer meeting r very Thursday evening at 7 oVick BAPTIST iCHORCH i Rev W im Harrison Williams Pastor 4jPrac1mIng every Sunday at 11 an1I J 745 pm Sunday School every 4 sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 7J4S oclock c Fraternal Orders 4 aiASQNicl40DGS Springfleid lodge So 50 meets first and third Mouday i4 + 4trachsiontbt t Washington R A Chapter No 57 TBCits every second rue lay- J j J S rinpfield Council No 52 meets oh evervr tMonday t j Kwitimrs of THX M ACASKKS Meet i if Vteetcav ineachmon FOLEYS UDNEY CURE Ifill cure any cue of Xidney radderdieae that Jt not beyond the ireach of medicine t anraN UP TO DIX If JMXT tUOn o InoHW-wi t kWIIIr lloM I1faftrftnepIa w11 Ji d Cu JWW aM fW bk ue i wr 1j I r w wUr ti i 5 Jf fftJ i n t j I r jt HiWrfiHVW fifi H Ufi fim I 14fRUNIoiTILkfi J iMMIIIIIfi In a Csmfieli By Marion Couthoinv Smith The corn has so much to teay It teflS with a1gIydellght The gossip of gbldenday The dreainorthe night The sunny slopes run sweet To the edge of the woodland shad ows Where the Idle llaughing streams repeat The talk of the happy meadows But the trees that lean above Have deeper thoughts to measure They whisper of home and love And hold their own lifes treasure They breathe in the sunfilled space Rooted 61 calm they stand Granting the birds a nestingplace Blessing the quiet land And the hills their secrets hold Where brooding clouds hang over There the soft winds unfold Glad thoughts that few discover 6 whispering corn be still My heart Is vainly trying To hear through all your rustling thrill J The deep tones underlying Ah SWeet escaping song Mine ears can rieer compel t But the little flowerl bring alopg Smiles up and tries to jiell it B ARM REvENuWashing ton county farmers will sharein the general prosperity of a big crop year if all reports are reliable The corn crop for the county which iis now practi cally made will excped in volume that of any previQ s year for a longtime rAmerican farms will produce bigger and better crops and more millions in revenue to the farthing interests this year than ever before in the history of the country according to re liable reports All kinds of cropswheat corn oats hqy and smaller grains and produce staples have progressed to the stage where this prediction may be made with scarcely the sligh est chance that the final official figures will disprove its correct ness Railroad officials and statisticians of agricultural de partments in the various states of the grain produ ipg region give their personal and official guarantee that the year 1905 is to be the banner year in farm prosperity it IG SUCCESS The man- agementp of the Washing ton County Fair Co and ihe citizens of the town anq county generally are to be congratulated on the unqualified success of the fair this year There were several reasons for the success of the fair this year principal among which was the fact that it iis a good year for fairs any way Farmers any stock men who are the main support of county fairs are all feeling in good humor over the good crops and good prices and were ready to make the fair a success As far as the Springfield fair was cOncern d the managemen offered special inducement this year in the wayof good prem iums and the premiums brought out the stock and the good stock exhibition brought out the crowd The fair management added several new attractions and a consideral sum in addi tional premiums and the efforts have been so well repaid in the increased gate receipts that the experiment will likely be con tinued next year 3 BAD F ATURERight here speaking of the changes and improvements in th conduct ofthe SpringfieldFair iiC will be well to mention a much needed reform and onewhich should be made before any more odium is cast on the fair management We speak of the numerou gamb ling devices and fake games with which a jgang of Louisville toughs are allowed to annually fleece the public or that part of it which attends the fair and which allows itself to fall into the clutches of these robbers Other fair throughout he state have barred out these fellows an1we thikk thy have surely profited DV it or at least the moral effect has been for the better The bitter element of the community will certainly endorse the elimination of the gambler from our county fair and the mount realized by the manage lerit from the sale of the privi iWe would be made up in other ways and the fair would be given tIe support of many good people of the community who cannot do sounder the present state of af fairs The directors should act anm shut down on the gamblers Its1kpa3r Pnlc is Aroused The public is aroused to a knowledge of the curative merits of that great medicinal tonic Electric Bitters for sick stomach Iiverand kidneys Mary B Wa1ter of 546 St Clair Ave Columbus 0 writes For several months I was given up to die I bad fever and ague my nerves were wrecked Icould notsleep land my stomach was so weak f om useless doctors drugs that J could not eat Soon after beginning to take Electric Bitters I cttainel relief and in a short tinei I was entirely cUr d tt Guaranteed at Hay doiifs drug store price50 Judge McDowell Resigns Co E McDowell has re IJudge office of City Judge His resignation has been placed in the hands of Mayor Fisher to take effect at once With today the Judge has rounded oit twelve years of honest faithful im partial and painstaking service Which has not onljf been a credit to himself but to he office he held and will be looked upon with admiration bv the cvtizens of Danville regardless of party affiliation i The record that be has made iin this office is one to bepraised and one that he should be proud of During his tenure he has tried something over 5000 casesii and was only reversed one time by tbji Circuit Court This was the Foreman case and was up be fore him on the question of split ting a prescription which he held was not allowable at law The case was taken from the Circuit Court to the Court of Appeals andthe City Courts po sition was sustained The town the Court prthe police have never been sued during his ahleI administration of city affairs The City has never been at a eeflts expense during his regime for employing Special Judges notwithstanding tbe law allows this to be done The reason the Judge hands in his resignation is tto accept her place of Election Commissioner on the State Board He will go to Frankfort on the 30h to sit with the other members It iis not known what action the Councill will take but it will most Iik3lyapppint Attorney John C Voris to till out the unexpired term as be is the nominee for the place Dan dllevNe ws Kentucky Fair Dates The following dates fixed by the different fair associations throughout the tate for their1 1905 exhibition lave been announced Nicholasville Aug 29B days Bardstown Aug 30 t days Florence Aug 30 4 days Elizabeth town Sept 53 daYF Glasgow Sept 04 days Ky State Fair Sept 186 days Henderson Sept 26 6 days Falmouth Set274daysO- wensboroOct 10 5 days Dwrofls ad fciain For apnburn tetter and all skin and scalp diseases DeWitts Witch Hazel Salvei has no equal It is a certain cure for blind bleeding itching and protruding piles It will draw the fire out of a burn and heal without leaving a scar Boils old sgres car buncles etci are quickly cured by the use of the genuine DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve Accept no substitute as they are often dangerous and up certain Sold by all Druggists Lebanon Locals r From The Falcon Mrs John Nelson age 1 i years died at her home on th Short Line pike four miles from this city Friday after an illness of several weeks Her remains were interred at Bethel Union Deceased was ft daUhaSUfldT ter pf Mr Robert Lanham and had been married only i nine months The game of base ball here Tuesday between pqr bpys and the Somerset team resulted in an easy defeat for Lebanon iin a score of 17 to 9 The score by innings shows the game up as one of the poorest played by our boys this season The visitors felt sorry for the home bovs and lin the sixth inning allowed them to run in three scores and again iin the ninth just to see the boys run they let insix scores Buck Hutt a fifteenyear old negro boy could not resist the temptation to steal a combination cork sere R and can opener from Messrs Johnston Caskey Monday but as he ran frdm the store was stopped by Mr Ed Thompson who turned him orer to Chief Thompson and the charge of petit larceny was reg istered against him and the trial set for next day However the trial has not yet been called as Buck ran from Jailer Madden pn his way to prison and has not been seen since A TOOClM SIOF7 is tho saving from death of the baby girlof Geo A Eyler Cumberland Md He writes At the age of 11 months our 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 Dr Kings Now Discoyety for consumption coughs and colds The first bottle gave reliefl after taking four bottles she was cured and isj now in perfect health Never falls to relieve and cure a cough or cold At Haydons drug store 50c and 1 guaranteed Trillj bottle free KiIed in 9 Wreck Mr Lucien Webster was killed in a wreck of a passenger train in Pennsylvania at 12 oclock Wednesday and his remains will pass through this city tomorrow on the waj to his howe in Campbellsville where the inter ment win take place Deceased was tile catcher for a bloomer grls base ball team and was traveling with them at time of his death He was a son of Mr R A Webster a prominent citizen of CampbellsviIle and was welt known here where he has played several games of bilL He has a large number of friends here who sincerely regret his untimely deathLebanon FatI con I WaslasliiAwar I hadbeen troubled with kidney disease for tbe Icat five years writes RobertR Watts of Salem Mo I lost flesh andnevcr felt well and doc tored with leading physicians and tried all remedies Suggested without rellfcf Finally I tried Folcys Kidney Cure and less tban two bottles com pletely cured me and I am now sound and well1 During the summer kid ney irregularities are often caused by excosrivO drinking or being over heated Attend to the kidney at once by using Foley Kidney Cure A Blue Law At Mt Vernon N N the city has passed an ordinance tbat wilt be readily reckoned as a blue law It is as follows Roosters are forbidden to crew dogs to bark bells to be tolled and en jines to toot their whistles iin the suburb of the city between 10 oclock at night andO oclock in the morning ccording to a de cision reached yesterday at a meeting of the board of health The ban was placed upon these so called nuisances Saturday and indiscreetlfowlswill be subject to flues ranging from 5 to 50 It iis said that tbe ordinance is aimed at two railroads which handle all their freight to Mt Vernon at night These roads bring most of their freight into the city t between 1 and 4 oclock in the morning Aside frum the corporations however the new regulations reaches nearly every resident as the majority of them possesses either a dog or chicken and most off ttfem both pPubIicSale household and kitchen furni turf on Friday Sept 1st at 1 oclock at my residence on Wall rMRSrr 4 ltPiGkPocket A Smooth FhjcrcGlIAlllvllual PiluHI Trade at the Comity Pair Considerable excitement was created in the amphitheatre of the Fair Grounds on last Satur day afternoon by the alarm given about an alleged attempt of a pickpocket to get inbls work in the crowd Mr Thos J Hamilton says that he discovered the fellow with his hand in his Hamiltons pocket in an skattempt to Extract some opty Mj amiltoniata once accused dtbef1nwithpursuit Mr Hamilton bec4ae so eager and excited to catch the man that he 4s said to have had a knife ready to help in making the captur The flee ing man became jammed in tie crowd m the crowd and fitiding ibis persurer so bot on his trail called loudly on the people about to protect him During thq confusion which followed the wouldbe robber was allowed to get away although not before he was identified as one of the bunch who came out from Louisville to run the games There were several rumors of people having lost various sums of money by having jt disappear from their pockets but none of these re ports can be traced to reliable sOurce Forcea io Slaw B F Leek of Concord Ky says For 20 years 1 suffered agonies with a sore on my upper lip so painfulsometImes- that I could not eat After vainly trying everything else I cured it with Bucklens Arnica 3ve Its great for burns cuts and wounds At Haydons Pharmacy only 25c KHIsboro Almost everyone has been going to the fair and tows items are scarce this week but will try and represent our place once more The farmers are Quite busy now cutting tobacco There is some complaint about it house burning in the bard Hands are awful scarce ana anyone want 11ingp job can secure it here at bigl prices IZ P Leacbman and wife visiijt their son W T Leachman j at Fairfield last week Mr Leachman is talking ot moving to Iowa this fall He is ono of our best citizens and we trust he will change his mind and remain with us Mrs J D Sutherland is on an extended visit to her parents Hon W C Cammack at Wards yule Owen Potter informs us that he gathered 95 bushels of- ap pies from frfur trees and sold them at 40 cents per bushel Miss Maymo Merritt our efficient teacher spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother at Willisburg 1taThe following cowsucking hog story was related to us by J M Shield Clem Cutsmger who lives on the farm of John Armstrong had a cow whose jregular custom was to give arf abnndanca of richmilk at every milking and suddenly she begun to fail and kid not give hardly enough to keep the calf Mr XJutsmger kept fca watch overhjs cow and it was not long until be Ayers Why ish that Ayers Hair Vigor does so many remarkI able things Because itt is a hair food It feeds the hair puts new lifeinto itt The hair Hair Vigorcan- not keep from growing And gradually all the darkf rich color of early life comes back to gray haIrs When I flttt used Ayer tltlr Vigor my BlewIcwublaAIsbottl SAT11VO- MI Lo ell druIstifor t Gray HairjT ji f sav a shoat that ran in the same field with the cow come up and resting himself on her bindl hocks and at once begun to dq prfve her of the milk The cow was much taken with her new friend and the hog could only be deprived of his share offtbeImilk by Mr Shields taking the Icow to his place The hog appeared very much distressed about the cow being taken from the pasture and often could be seen looking for her in vain Miss Claudia Royalty a popu tar you gady of Tatham spent last week with the family ofJ D anti IRey W H Williams will- preachiiere next Sunday even ng at 3 oclock Bro Williams lis a splendid preacher and we hope that our people will all come out to hear him Lee Settles bought a horse from Ed Settles for 100 and sold one Monday in town at a private price W E Sutherland bought a s wand pigs from T W Sutherland for 10 and Senas shoals from J M Montgomery for 2 per head It would be a great favor to the writer if all would report the sales to us m time to get it in our letter each week Eld W Ezra Sutherland will leave Friday for the southern part ofj the State where he and iEld Z T Williams of Columbia will engage in sonre protracted meeting work 100 Reward 11- The readers of this paperwill be pleased to learn that there is at least lone dreaded disease that ficlenqe has been able to cure in all its stages andI that is datarrh Halls Catarrh Cure ifs theo lv positive core now known to the nedical frat rnUy Catarrh belnjr a onstItutonalinsease requires ia constintlonai treatment Halls Ca tarrh Core is taken internally acting directly lupon the blood and mucons surfaces of the system thereby de stroying the foundation of the diseasel l and giving the patient strength by building up theconstitution and assist ing nature In doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its cpr ative powers that they offer One Hun dred DollaVs for any case that it fails to cUre Send for list uf testimonials AddreiK F J Cheney UoToledOjO Sold by Drupgists 75c t Htch Save ChicagoJohann Htch the man ofj manywives convicted of the murder of one of them and under sentence of death has es caped the gallows a third time t He was to have been hung here tomorrow buta superseded was Issued today oman order of JusI tice Magrudepi of the Supreme Court The Justice said thatb had carefully examined the record presented by Hocbs attorneys I and bis study of it satisfied him that there was enough doubt 10I justify a review of ttfe entire case by the Supreme 1urtTheI case will come up at th October term of the court at Spring eld Ill Hoch has betn confident that the sentence of hanging will not be inflicted He bad very litte to say when linformed of the action of thet Justice Jailer Whitman said it was the first time in his exper ierice that a prisoner has exhibi ted no concern abOut his rata the day previous to the execution U B Burs testifies allr tour ff- t G13 BnrhaUB df Carlisle Center N YJ writes About four years ago I wro A you stating that I had been kldueyItirety topped the brick dust sediment and pain and symptoms of kidney disease disappeared I am glad to say that i have never had a retnrnof any ol those symptoms during the foUr yearS that have elapsed and lam evidently cured td stay cared and heartily recommend Foleys Kidney Cure to an y one sufferIng from kidney or bladder rouble Sold by The Red Cross Ding StoreN ICaptiti His OWl CMSli UnitedStates Lepnty Marshal y J Cundiff arrived in jthe city this morning ii htwo alleged moonshiners Gcprge Willis and yujiam Ccndiff the latter being a ccjusin of the officer They were captured near So1wyThtr din county and the officer claims to have also secured possession of their still Both were lodged in the Jefferson county jail on the tchargeoi violating the ill torfijal reveaue law bUeontbase rtid cUD diff feffbcted the capture of Sam I Walker and his three sons near Hardin Springs under excilipg circumstances They were td mitted to bond atLeitchfield Ky According to the statement 65 the officer the men were sur rounded while in the act of illicit distilling They heard of the presence ofthe revenuers be fore they could reach them and made their escape carrying the still in a wagon The officers followed the tracks made by the wagon which led to WalkerV barn tlere they found and burned the still ftnd arrested Walker and his sonsPostr MMh Mwllff- iJsoftee caused by soVef i ulcers and cai cars that eat away ypur skin Wm Dedell of Flat Rock Mich s ysHI iiaye used Back lens Arnica Salve for Ulcers gores and cancers It is the best healing dressing I ever found Sootles and heats cup burns aud scalds 25c at Haydons drugstore guaranteed Still oi The Stale Several disiioguisbed gentle men are suggested for the suc cession to Secret y Shaw who will most likely resign from tbe cabinet in the near future in tbe dispatches sent out from Washington among them John W Yerkes CommiSiibaerjjpf Inter nrl Revenue it is known tht M Yerkes has never indicated to the president that he is look lug for anything b Yond his pre sent p jsition and that the con stantly reiterated rumor that he will succeed to this that and the other office is distasteful to him as it is calculated to place him in the light of a cronic office seeker The newspaper boys however know that the President regard tile Commissioner of Internal Revenue with great favor and they persist in predictIng higher honors for the genial and bril liant Kentuckian Danville News CASTRIAor 1itKlnd You Hare Ahnp Buckl Bears the amgetpatur of i Swim tie FiQlIshChaiMK New York Aug 27Miss Annetta Kellerman the remarkable youqs woman who holds the swimming championship of Aus tralia Says that she will swim across the English Ohnne11 sooner or later Her tempt made a few weeks ago was unsuccessful because of a dense fog that arose after sle had set out Miss Kellermaa is only nine teen years old She weighs 148 pounds and is five feet seven inches in heighj Her figure is beautifully molded and although gracefully feminine in its lines suggests strength l1cxnver of enqurance Miss Kellerman has n ver been xJfeated in any contest of long distance swimming When she was nfteen years old she won the amateur mile chaaa pionship of Australia in stillsalt- water in 029 In longdistance contests her records in Australia are five miles in 1 tckir 48 minutes and f3 seconds In the Thames river in July last she swam thirteen and onequarter miles in 3 hours 54 minutes and 1 6 seconds This performance eclipsed all pre vious feats under the sam con ditions even that of the iamons Capt Webb Miss Kellerman is coming to this country in September to enter swimming contests fine has never been in the United States but sIlo is a enthusiast over all things American Inheritance may play a Ilarge part in preP judiciug her in favor of the Hoi ted States for Ikr mother came from Cincinnati V cUUarDlSBJJrncc J D Runyan0t B LJerllJtt 01laid thep cultar disappear ance of his painful syiaj4b s of indigestion and bi1louNs It Pr Kings New LIfe Pills Ht says tl Phey re a perfect r edy for dizziness soiirVbttack headache donstipajtioo eif drnaraated at Bayns dru store price 25c wIyrII j 7 111P1JON Aq COUNTYSKEWIUJKf n lI1I Adispttehf M4jttWeQMoIIaYi I 1 7 irA moilbs bssisr i by Republican pplHietaw to t + cure tbe appott fIfrail geveaue CoiUicUr for this dto Citfkjt tot W L Cannon j6 M J cted S J Roberts of ttoiniOok 1 Mr CDD bee beR proIass t nglltetpublicaa 1Rv UoIa at Cbieano fSl in 1904 His caadscy tf usM r ljbiMOJ i lGeorreI a lb heMHj iA J Ak3drNi i lMIotttOtl bMJjtyearsodwiacdpJc id t qhwasted tocoaatoCnleiHatiU J 1 ootaihworlc jBtiiif1i pss11I1Jf tl t his only MMDji oftr4vSLwsa iF f freight car W ILIivd t lqhetfside of a car inj sblpeseo r iJf 1Elospltd4 were helplendy aA4ilMi 1JJtii fHei i yU Iltfever slD e1D about QaleeI J r r weeks be wilt be curd smd wilt r lti1t start out to make his own livingi i with this treat handicap s t Oh Ill Mil Mwspaptr W c Lj people will wait tobeyfi iii 1 me was him bcay reply wbwi it fJUincJnnatit u i SktyMEasLis 1t New Castle Kj Ljo TJfta 1 awel1knownyoiauo 1tbis A9ir tcounty was I shot and fatally twounded by B paty Town lisTr tlshal Louis Hamiboml laU iM itnight Ham DODi ili baiajt watched and will be arrMtftd by r IIL fctie Sheriff as sooo as TRgilf rft do jiTingleji iuct tr Jringfrom the Deputy TowJ MarslMt 1iltt land runningthrob a MoreaatL la salqpn escaped to a sMt street HamaaoDil was is ckwf purseW t f r and when be saw bj prkpasr l J about to escape tired vpoa ha e The bullet strk Tiigi If is U i A J right side and the iikjaiiajri Itphysician sajs be ca 6tVli i 1iTingle is tweatyfo r J rSoW and is unmarried VV r i rlrtf LslI lift ttif i frjLA t Taylorsyille Ky Aifir k iIjdt1 Ward Porter a wtHkaowii 1iyoung faraec of YoMr k hW A t llitqas the retelt of his boie r r trubolted young Porter sprang t W from the btry awl iOiffktMft iJ l upon his feet CUM lleg was frac J tured A hocttiII3 JaAsr gat gere set up a d tbsswasaa puUtod tbeQtIjyt jz rtfew boars later JY l CJrIJlersJ6iICl 1 All persoaft haY i ciakts against t tik oi Dr D P Folia deceasad are motiied to pre t7 iroye be r foreoMby Seyl Js4ia B fflii i ning Augotti 36ih llwillMhr1i J olfic daily 111 Np4 F Jreceiye ch jclaMat w GJLhiCAYj t ii i 111 QIlnfl ttSi Ji lrIi wish to sell ydraWy jifarm coataiiuiig 83 POMP JOeaW Ht 2 miles nortb of flgrii ftstt Jbe tweea the WillWmrfa d Wal tons Lick turapike HM boss and barn c4 iit 4ad pifaty of y frtiit and good water c4hisome fine tobacco lead frfurther particiilaMi a Uroia MRS M A aQYR FDNo 1 I I1o tt jMFOIt ShzW r 51T Ieiadt fotuwrtye4 Sy ThompsOn p1ti fc 100T acre oft taa4 AI Ab TO acres tipttsai ajrf1 O aisre hill aad Iblaaeo hoai For iiII to iBcIW Jr XV koa ri7I i v 1umii t Remember stand bwk of all brjunHettanii tod make good any nor tba4 may occur Evoiy sale guaranteed tt W Hagan r I Lr lilt NEWSREADER Pvjln TOBY TKUMVlT I j 1 A V AA IN ADVANCE Lt t IPflIGNFLDK t LPDAVISONJJr r 1 M4 iM IOt1iO cento per sob I IIHIC6 M WMtltotee sii political matter aprliI4 4oto w st ialow rates bat cash ti ViaHo ctUvcij cfitcfls- 4l T HMf ewitracti JIi1ade on liberal JMLnri tal rtiolutioBs of rwspect tt rrt t r f == r1I4 7f251 k o lCOO 4 i t 7HURDAY AUGUST 31 1905 trr r We are uU1orized to announce fz ft KTc MtJDD l tV i i w U a iHdependent Dejnocratic can z 4 tcfer Magistrate ili the Freder I jX fcWowm ad Springfield No9 Dis Ji 3J4f Vtrjctfe November electipn 1905 rtt Pce tefiotiatlons between t KiMtia and Japan h ve been l4ud d and the long and w 1r bloody wAr between these na ttcIilt an Ida The terms of f 4pjMC were agreednponat Ports f u with New Hampshire M ltiS7 Wrtte representative for Russia acd Baron Kamura for Japan i iJi For the sake of pee Japan ti4 1yii1d everything in the way of iii iodemnity from Russia and di Tided the island of Saghalten r J with Russia Japan retaining the Southern half each nation r o f fs j bidinx itself not to fortify its Z i1t t half of the island and Japan nott to fortify the LaPerouse Strait ti between Saghalien and Hokkaido t whicbw ulacut Russia off from i ik the commercial route to the Pa iTt cihc and also entered into au i f agreement for mutual commer- cialJ t privileges The represen ff Ji ii tatives of both nations hive our f t own President RooseveU credit sft cf bringing about peace and it- lJ is another demonstration of the 7fctbt no proolem is too great IIorfa toe mind of Roosevelt tc tquestiontki nation or that of foreign nations rfJito J 1i7 RJsyabIeD3lKe i One of the most enjoyable t dances ever givjen by the young z givenjTE House Saxons band furnished the music and the weather was w delightfully cool and made danc TIfi a real pleasure to those who r participated 4 i l A large number of outoftown itf visitors were in attendance while- iiik i home society was represented by j only eight young ladies who 1ckysreputatlonI J sustainedby the fair ones whose grace of motion was exceeded only by their beauty of face and the effect of the pretty gowns of the dancers as they tripped tile light fantastic was like a glimpse into Mythical Fairyland u to the observer Someone has said Alas the days of chivalry f are past r Butit might truth J fully be said that they have been revived Thecdnducb of the j gentlemen ail the excellent or der maintained were very potent r proof of the survival of chivalry WIand gaUantry The visitors were Misses Annie Belle Kelley Margaret Halstead Mary Gore Fulton of Bardstownj dnd Bessie Town send BowlingGreen Sara Logan Jessie McDowell Danville Mary Pjnoney Julia Cooper Lebanon MaryHundley Stanford Jess Wiliams Louisville Lelia Ken dric Moriticello Messrs Ernest Fulton James Stoner Richard Edelen Guy Baldwin Steven Lrof Irdstown Will and John 1 AlcChordr Harvey and AlienMc ElroyRoy Montgomery Win Chester Phillips and Logan Bos cJey of Lebanon Frank Lewis JAddison and others Eaimfcrale Iwiarit tdsellmffarm known asrthe Will Thompson farm sit- uatedI three quarters of a mile J1rom Kelleys Shop In Pleasant fiGroe neighborhood on Willis JbJtrgpikecontain1Lg i55 acres I The place has a good six room- f dwelliBg good tobacco and stock 1 bern well watered and well til fgiacBA About 60 acres in ciill JJtiTitkw iJtlance in grass some r toad tibcco land There is a la gfejotpf locBit poet ftimber l gvowi g th pce ForKJ1i JJJ B F D No 81 Springfieid ICy 2rm4iff i itrt itH tti The County it1 IINewsFrom imty PspIp I IL 8LJCorrspideitsI I j I xc MaickviIIe tQuite a Dumber from this place attended the lair last week Charlie Ison of Harrodsburg spentMonday nigbtwithi Richard Isham and family JG Howell Mrs Josie Mays and daughter Bessie visited rel atives near Willisburg last Sun day Mrs J VT Rope and little daughter Mary Glentof Bar rudaburg spent last Saturday with Mrs Sam MM eStof this place Mr Chas Camden and wife returned home last week from a pleasant visit to cowling Green and Mammoth Cave Miss Wingate of Danville spent a few days last week with the Misses Wycoff Dr J Hi Hopper has sold his properly recently to Mr Jim Bottoms Price paid 1400 Mr Bottoms also bought of Drew Yancey 3 acres of land for pasture at 100 per acre Dr Hop per will locale in Springfield fOr the practice of his profession Mrs G V Todd and two chil dren left Sunday for a visit to her parents near Somerset The farmers have been quite busy working in their tobacco which isvery line this year News items seem to be very scarce this week but we hope to give you more later on Willlsburg Mr Arch Birch wife and daughter Misses Minnie and Ollie Dewitt of Louisville were guests at B B Greenwoods Saturday and Sunday Mr Oscar Franklin and Miss Emma VanArsdalle of Louisville attended the fair at Springfield and were guests of friends here Saturday and Sunday J Mrs Allie BarnettanJ daugh ter of Sparrow passed trough here Sunday enroute to Mack ville Mrs Sallie Reed of Louisville is visiting her mother Mrs M J Birch at Birchwood Mr T E Wnson wife and two sqnsI Jerome and Robert Mr Jerome Colvin wife and daug ter Mrs Sue Merritt and daugh ter Miss Maymie and Mrs Margeret Poulter spent last Sun with Mr W S Poulter and wife in the country They report an enjoyable day Mr W P Cheatham and wife of Brooksville Frank Ash and wife of Pdliam and Dr L T Cheatham of Louisville spent Sunday with Mrs S A Cheat ham Mr George Shirley and wife ofTathara 4V Crouch and wife John Reynolds and wife of Scruggsville were guests of ESW Jenkins and famil Sunday We regret very much ttiat Bro Young failed to fill his appointment last Sunday as there was a large crowd out to hear him He is doing a fine work and our church has taken on new life under his ministry Our people contributed so liberally that the small atnount we were owipg oar former pastor was riaised without any trouble We are now even with all current expenses and with such a faithful minister ad Bro Young and our good board of officers our church has a bright future before it The Sunday schoolIIS in a flourishing condition and we aro soon to have a protracted meeting and as our good people will soon be over their busy work we are expecting to havea grand and glorious meeting Our friend Lilac gave us such a good description of their little neighborhood surroundings 1 think all we correspondents should give our little villages a push Our flouring mill run by Sutherland and Miller is doing good business and is busy very day while our merchants are so busy that Jhey have to caT ill extra clerks And our popular blacksmiths have more Work to do than they can got tqrough with in these Short days while we haye two as popular schoo teachers as you can find in the county with an attendance of 901 pupils That is the grandest work we can have in this village as our girls and boys can not make a mark in the world without au education The Clark Bros are repairing the cotage of Mrs Sue Menit which is soon to be occupied by Mrs Pinkston and sons F4E Brown is building a fine tobacco barn for Merritt Foster on hs beautiful farm which adds to the beauty ol it as the barns on our farms show the progressiveness and industry of our farmers We are pleased to hear of the good work our teach ers are doing in our adjoining districts Miss Maggie Hiatt represents the Rcck Run school lyan Keeling Rock Bridge Miss Clara Shepherd Breckinridge Joseph Wycoff WhiteHall PARTNERS Pleasant Grove Messrs HEmrsandJohn Adams andlsisters Misses Jennie and Emma have returned home after a weeks visit to relatives here I Misses Sue and Micjc Sweeney O who have been visiting Miss Jennie Leach man for the past week have returned to their home in Lebanon D R Litsey member of the K N G came home last week to attend the fair r Miss Katie Ballard wrll enter tain evening the young folks Wednesday l Mr Johnnie Wall was the pleasant guest of Miss Nannie Thompson Sunday Messrs John Daviess and Worley Litsey of Harrodsburg were here last week to visit friends and see the fair Dr R H Willjamsiand wife of Ash rook visited S p VanArs dale and family last week Lr O F Shewmaker of Lou isvill is at home for a short vacationMr West and sister Miss Monnie visited J F Gregory last week The Rev W T Uverstreet failed to flIt his regular appoint ment here llast Sunday He is attending the Shelby ville fair Should tha Springfield fair con tinue one mjoref week Ican truth fully say that a camp stool would seat the congregation at the P G Church Forest View The Novices ba1e farewell to St Rose and lleft on the morn irg train for their newhome in Washington City The forty hour devotion ended this morning at St Rose with delightful services Rev Father OCpnnell of Bardstown and Father OCJonner and Father Grady Louisville were visiting at St Rose last week Rev Father Maurice Powers O P who celebrated his golden jubilee in Newark N J on the 25th oQ Julv was a visitor at St Rose recently Rev Father Victor OPaniel brother of Jeff and Lawrence of this neighborhood was also vlsi- tingbt St Rose last week Born totho wife of Joe Medley a girl one day last week John a son of Mcs Annie Vize a bright little boy had his thumb severed from tus hand by a cutting box a few days since About a1 year ago he bad his leg broken by adeor falling on him Yle are glad to learn that Miss Mildred OBryan is improving after an attack of typhoid fever Will Riney is but little iim proved at this WritingSThe road grader has about finished up the job of grading in this neighborhood At the rapid rate corn is dry ins up m this community cutting will soon commence Texas Miss Ollie Shewmaker of Mackville is visiting her cousin Miss Alice Cocanougher Miss Addye Sweazy has re turned to her home in Nek on county after a pteasant visit to her cousin Mrs J D Peterson Miss Emma Leachman of Louisville is visiting relatives here Miss Julia Arnold of Mack ville is visiting at the home of her uncle R L Arnoldj L B Purdom has returned from Louisville Miss Lois Wilson of Gravel Switch has been the pleasant guest ofher cousin Miss Lottie HayesIRoscoe Brown of Nelson county was at the home of P C W Peterson Saturday night Mrs W T Barnette of Mack yule has been visiting her parents Jacob Klmberlin and wife for several day Mr Reame Leacbmanwho is a successful druggist in Oakland Cal is visiting relatives here Mrs Lucy Railey and children of Louisville are visiting rela tives in this community- Mrs J Lewis Harmon has re turned to her home in Bowling Green after a visit to her parents und relatives there Uncle Joe Gordon died at his home Sunday in his 83d year His funeral services were con ducted Monday at Bethlehem by RevR L PurdomII How blest are they that die in the LordThe eighteen months old cn of Mr and Ms M L ildI died Sunday night after a short illness Tue funeral services were conducted by Rev J W Campbell Monday afternoon at Bethlehem Nellie the 5year old child ot Mr and Mrs H G Petarspn isI quite ill of scrofula ANTIOCH i lInItevl M filled his ap pointment atjfraimew Saturday night and Su day and accompa nied by Bra George Reed at Antioch church Sunday night Rev Simms filled his regular appointment5at Antioch Sunday f morning Quite a large crowd attended Prof Moore ivill begin his Septsmber12dcess be may have ofSanders15 a head and also of Jas Kays 26 sheep at same price The remains of Miss Btssi Searcy of near Bloomfield were brought to the Fairyiew ceme 1astltheir in the barn as fast as possible for fear patchfirstMr R G Williams J family who has been very ill with typhoid fever is convalescing slowly Misses Ella and Ethel Saun ders passed Thursday en route to Tatham Springs to attend the meeting Sunday A BIG IJ SUCCESS I The Fair Thl Year Draw a alj Crowd and tile AxhlbltleR of Stock was the Best ever The Springfield Fair this year was a big event and a very sue cessful one in many respects The fine premiums offered by the Association was a sufficiet inducement to attract some off toe best stables o horses in the State The attendance was good throughout the meeting and on gateIe largest m history of the fair Below is ia complete list of the premiums awarded FIRST DAY Rag Carpet Mrs Mitchell Silk Quilt Mrs G D Robertson Patchwork Quilt Mrs J T Eddie man Worsted Quilt Julia Blandford Silk Embroidery Mrs G D Robertson Worsted Embroidery Julia Stanford Cotton Embroidery Miss Julia Par rott I Crochet Work Cotton Mrs J T J Eddleman Crochet Work Worsted Miss Lou Booker Embroidered Shirt Waist Mrs L M VanArsdale Set Embroidered Doilies Miss Wi liams Embroidered Lunch Cloth Miss Julia Lined lunch Cloth Mrs G D Robertson Set Drawn Linen Doilies Miss Sally McElroy Table Scarf Miss Williams Battenburg Centerpiece Miss Will e Knott Battenburg Lunch Cloth Mrs H R ThompsonPoin Mrs Theo Campbell Renaissance Lace Mrs L M Van Arsdale Embroidered Couch Pillow MrsJ W Riede Drawn Work Couch Pillow Mph J W Riedel Handmade Tie Mrs L M VanArs dale r Best made Shirt Waist Miss Ml L Dress style and machine work considered Mrs J W Riedel Rug in Rag Work Mrs W F Booker Knitted Counterpane MrsT S Mayes Mt Melick Embroidery Miss Julia Parrott first Mrs TS Mayes second Sofa Pillow Mrs R Po Goatley Han1somesPin Cushion Miss Katie CainDisplay of Tissue Paper Work Miss Julia ParrottSFancy Apron for Lady Miss Craycroft JennieI Fancy Apron for Child Mrs N D Adams Prettiest Dressed Doll Miss Mary Gleason FLOWERS AND PAINTINGS Hand Bouquet Mrs L M VanArs dale i Display of Cut Flowers MrsxH P McChord Design in Flowers Mrs HP Mc Chord Handsomest Floral Design Mrs H P McChord Bouquet of Roses Mrs GD Robert son Prettiest and tallest Sunflower W A Waters Landscape in Oil Mrs W S Clark son Flowers in Oil Mrs W S Clarkson Portrait in water colors Mrs Robert Sutton Landscape in Water colors Mrs W F Booker Best specimen crayon work Mrs W S Clarkson Best free hand drawing Mrs Sam DerringerBest work Miss Sue Jrvine Onehalf dozen handpainted plates Mrs Theo Campbell Handsomest specimen handpainted china Mrs Theo CampbelLI Handpainted placque Mrs Theo Campbell Handpainted nin atureMrsG Di Robertson FRUITS MELONS ETC Best collection apples H B Waters Best Plate Ben Davis H B Waters Best Plate Wine Sap SameIt Best Plate Roman Sharpe JL Maiden B1Beat Plate Blush H JBeittioned above R P Btadford Best collection of Pears R P Bland ford Ucfl1cratlC Candtddtes id8ClaredI i party for the respective county 6fflc at the Bemodratic primacy held in Washington county August 6th 1904 They are tpb voted for ai the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT Ma es County ClerkW F Booker Repsftnttive W D jiaybrnoke or Sheriff J S Oibournp Supt of SchoolsJ W Bus i For Jailer Geo D Qatlelt For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Del uty For Coroner J M Montgomery Best Plate Bartlett Pears Dr Hopper Best Plate of Pears any variety not mentioned above Mrs Blandford Best Plate of Peaches Mrs RL P Goatley Best Plate of Peaches any variety Walter Janes Best Plate of Ives Seedling Giapes Mrs Rose McAllister Best Plate of Grapes any varie y not mentioned above Miss Sally Mc 2hroy Best collection of Plums Mrs Katie Hopper Best Watermelon any variety T A Grundy Muskmelpn any variety Mrs J H Canteloupe S W Williarps Largest Pumpkin R P Goatley FAMILY PRODUCE Butter two pounds Miss Alien Fruit Cake Mrs J H Green White Lady Cake Mrs J H reen White Sponge Cake Miss Rose Cleaver Angel Food Cake Miss Rose Cleaver Caramel Cake Miss Rose Qles ver Cocanut Cake Miss Mag Shad r Chocolate Cake Mrs H P Mc hord- Ribbon Cake Mrs J H Green Variety of Preserves Mrs Mahon Loaf of Light Bread Miss Willie of Corn Bread Mrs J Y Mayes Home made Cheese Miss Rose Cleaver Biscuit soda Miss Nell Reed Biscuit beaten Mrs E S Mayes Best home made candy M1s4 Rose Cleaver Bestham cooked Mrs T P 0 Bryan Best saddle of mutton cooked Mrs T P OBryan 4 Jar of canned peaches Mrs J H Green Jar of cucumber pickles Mis Julia Parrott Jar of Chow Chow Mrs J H Green Kentucky Grape Wine Mrs G D Robertson Blackberry Wine Mrs JA Cecil Cider Vinegar Mrs J T Edc leman Sample of Honey Mary L Mi dd Display of Jelly Mrs J H Glreen Display of Preserves Miss Sue Clements GRAIN AND FIELD SEEDS Best 12 ears of white corr Benv Grume Best 12 ears of yellow corn Charles Higdon Best onehalf bushel of red wheat John Polin v Best onehalf bushel of rye C L GrundyS VEGETABLES Best onehalf bushel Irish p tatoes R A Thompson Best peck onions Mrs Ben Hay don Best peck turnips John Poll Best Peck Beets Mrs L Anderson Best peck tomatoes Mrs A i Kim ball Best display of vegetables Mrs Eliza Mitchell I POULTRY Best pair barred Plymouth Rocks Chas Harmon Pair white Plymouth Rocks B B Leachman Pair black Miriorcas A C Kimball Pair white Leghorns Miss Elma Leachman Pair Bantams R F Parrott Pair any other variety turkey Chas Harmon Any other variety geese Mrs J H Walker 5 Best collection chickens not me itionedI above RF Parrott Best collection of chickens not less than three breeds A C Kimba HORSE STOCK Mare four years old and over J H anArsdale Mare three years old and under four MWall Mare two years old and unde three J H VanArsdale Mare one year old and under two M Wall Mare under one year old J H Van Arsdale Roadster Stallion eonard Baker- Pair buggy geldings R E G Goddard SECOND DAY HOGS Berkshire boar one year old amii over Orange Frye Berkshire boar under one old same Sow over one year old ylr Sow under one year old Poland China Boar over one year old Orang Frye Boar under one year old Jeff Rj bards Sow under one year old same Sweepstakes rangeFryeSow any age any breed same SHEEP Buck over one year odC H Irvin JtosterEweover Ewe under one year old same Sweepstakes IBlICk any age C H Irvine Ewe any agft same r fm-f PONIES Shetland pony tandem an sex any afe C H Irvine t EAL ESTATE FORSi SALE i iti By McElroy 8 Wharton J l ii r + Real Estate Dealers SPRINGFIELD KY flt SO 108i acre farm for sale located near pike 4 miles from Springfield good dwelling and barn good out buildings well watered and lays well 45 per acre 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles from Springfield all lays well mostly in grass good dwelling and two good barns convenient to both church and schooL Price 4250 per acrei 52 Nice farm 270 acres71 miles from Springfield first class improvd ments of every kind 8 room duelling first class stock and tobacco barns good orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mill from torn all in gjqod state of cult atlon lays weft ard mostly in grass right on the pike Prfce 537 per acre 64 Farm of 175 acres 61 miles fron Springfield on good pike First clas improvements of every kind all it grass lays well and is well fenced 35 per acre 155548 acre farm 6 mijes I fron Springfield on good pike good im provements three good barns nearl nil tobaccoiaudand lays well Price S40 per acre 56 Good farm 140 adres 3J mile from Springfield all good land- 4goo house and barn well fenced an watered 845 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 21j miles fron town 230 acres nearly all in grass 60 acres in clover 50 acres in orcbari grass nice woodland all in blue grass mca 8 room dwelling 2 good stocl barns good boone well at barn am cistern at house 300 or 400 locust pos price 050 per acre 58 90 acre larnj 5 miles fron Springfield located on the pike goo hationgoodsJ0 per acre i 59 181 acres of land 1 mile frot Springfield all in grass good housi and barn well fenced and waterei eo per acre 60 60 acre farm 61 miles frou dweIlinJgoodtOper acre r61 130 acre farm 5 miles fror Bar datown on pike gpod 7 TOOL welling good barn 60x80good out buildings tine orchard 500 trees 9 KIlSPrice162 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles eas of Bardstown all lays well 133 acre cleared 75 acres in white oak an cedar 2 small dwellings rife 26X 63 Farm of 145 acres 21 miles froi Springfield all in grass lays wel pripe1450 fr01MackyUle I Shetland stallion mare or gelding any age Rodinan Thurman St1 HORSE STOCK Pair buggy mares IirttWeiseger Stallion four years old and over R LBeasley Stallion three years old and under four W M Hughes Stallion two years old and u cer three Sandidge Son Stallion one year old and under two yr S Gibbs I Stallion under one year old Ivan Sale Roadster stallion mare or gelding J Wall first Sanjdidge Son second Saddle gelding four years od and- over M WML Saddle gelding three years old and nder four Win Nichols Roadster mare or gelding J G Cecil Saddle mare or gelding Matt Weise ere Saddle mare stallion or gelding cfwned n Washington county Leonard Baker THIRD DAY CATTLE Bull two years old and over I H Thunnan Bull one year old apt under two H I Thompson Bull under one year old RobtMayes Cow two years old and over John rown Cow one year old and under two I H Thurman Cow under one year old E J Brown weepstakes Bull any age Robert Hayes Cow any age John Brown Herd of cattle owned by one man I i Thurman Jersey cow one year old and over J A Boulware BABY SHOW Handsomest baby under two years Id Lewis Walker PQNY RING Shetland stallionr mare or gelding Ray Thurman ftniOR E STOCK Saddle stallipn three years old and i over Sandidge Son Mare fdur years old and over J H anArsdale Mare three years old and under four W Phillips Mare two years old and under three WT Smfth Mare one year old and under two rall a under one year old J H Van ldi g fur years old and over M Nall Gelding three years old and under our Leonard Baker Rockaway mare or gelding R E GoddardIJ geldingMRoadster stallion mare or gelding M Wall I FOURTHDAY JACKS ANDJENNETS Jack three years old and over W I cElroy Jack two years old awl under three IKkeMakiruv Jack one year old and under two 1 akin Gibbs Jack under one yearold Tom Hamil ton Jennett two years old and over W J IJL Caldwell Jennett one year old and under rfme twoJJ M n Ing barn and outbulldidgs well fenced and watered Ncostly inblue grass 500 locust posts rice 30 per acre aS64 140 acre farm 31 mires from Springfield good dwelling and barn all good outbuildings wen enced price 27 per acre V 66 Nice place 42 acres 1 mile from Springfield good improvements all newly fenced and in good repait 3500 x 67248 acre farm situated 21 miles from Springfield on the pike good room dwelling good barn wioiciii at both house and barn will fenced desrable home Price 30 per acre 68 263 acre farm located 74 miles from Springfield near pike god8 room dwelling good barn and other outbuildings plenty tobacco land 20 acres bottom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 27 50 per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles north of Willisburg good 6 room awellinjr rood stock and fobacco barn first class tenant house easy payments price 820 SpringfieldIoutbuildingsIacreI7131 acres located in Nelon county 2i miles from Maud two small houses good barn well watered i and mostly in grass 15 per acre 72 175 acres 7 raileSufrom Spring field on the pike cood dwelling and obtbulldlngs stock barn and new- tS tobacco barn Price 6000 73 76 acres three miles from l Mackville good house and barn all llj in grass price 18 per acrer 74 96 acres three miles frrm Mack t to6acCjlandi 2250 r t 75 1221 acre located close Ic dI school and church 6 room dwelling barn and all other buildings plenty j of tobacco land all in graps price 25 r 76 140 acres 2i miles from Villis burg good dwelling good stock ant tobacco barn 30 acres timber farn a well watered Price 830 per acre l 77 106acres 2 miles from MackvilK all in grass 6 room dwelling stocl 0 barn in ilk house and meat house s plenty of fruit of all kinds Prici 25 per acre t 78 116 acres in Pleasant Rut s l1eighbOrhoodjgcod improvement o d and is wet fenced and watered Price 850 SprinI80 25 acres 7 miles tronv Spring n field 4 room dwelling 10 acres tobacc U lapd 8 acres timber price 8500 1 W I Ft Tie i t KY c t A C U Jennett under old Tom Sweepstakes any age W age MULES Horse two old over RL Parrott Horse mule under one year old H Mare mule two years old and W Ih Mare one year old under two Tom Simms mule under Sweepstakes Horse mule any age B tt Mare mule any age W are and mule colt Barber Pair either sex W it 1STOCK mard orf M Wall four old and oyer Baker years old under four M Wall two years and one year Old and undcir tYo JW Under one year old Evan Pair Frank Best Dr Peters mare o geldinfff Mare and olt Frank Peters t rSon mare threeyears Old awl Will fr81 90 acres 7 froat Sprlar f f Jlandflce 1 82 115 acres l4 railea from Sprln field on price 30 per acre 11t 83218 acres dwelljn good barn 20 dInjt 84 100 acres 134miles from Tei wick good and barn Well l fenced and lays well 60 acres ie grasp t j plentjrof land 2600 J185 160 acres well strong laud small h01il and torniwell1 Iced and watered price 700tfi froznSpringfieldand vatered Price 60V v 87 60 acres ortp mile froto Booker good tiew 6 room barn t and other buildings rcBat4 watered and fenced all tobacco land S32 per acreS88 50 acres ntile from Booker 4 room hoUse good to KJCOitarn 30 acres in grass all tobacco land f32 peracre J J89 104 acre located 6 mil a from Sprlflgfield near pike good room and barn laya wellrrandW fenced weU for t VacI qj 4from4 Land barnwell wateredaadfentd price 30 r Il r4field menu of kind 500 acres of tobacoland all well lWvacreY j JI Uass5I i titTown Property Ii J + Firstclass store building adl 4six room both in firatclisf 4j repair well located good stand l ielii JtrandJt Good house 6 acre of l outbuildings V Nice small dwelling on Lebanon avenue room co t geomAi i ville ir on west Malnsireet i IfAnumberot Vt Virginia and cElr tjSpru1tfieIdt tj h hr Ir ssss t 1- 1I I The first SPRINGFIELD National KY Bank J1kLil 3 Gapimil 30OOO 1 I n ttSurplus and Undivided PIIIIS2a ooll ji4 i OFFICERSB L Bitsey President John LewK ftZSf Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier R E I V Foster BookKeeper J 11 8 DIRECTORS Iitsey JW Lewis Sidney F MXCamp R Edelen HM Grundy John OFoUntlIbell favor consistent with safe banking YonrFbus 1 ness respectfully solicited St 4 5Htj it Peoples Deposit Bank lB J 1PRIN6FIELD ORGANIZE DECEMBER ISS iC tGapltalSOsOOO j 1rSurplus and Profits f2O000 i V J OFFICERSGeo D Robertson President L H Thurman dent Boulware Cashier Chas M McChCrii Assistant Cashier H Lee BookKeeper f DIRECTORsGco D Rqlbertson L H Thurman wL Grahii ft L Hiydon J W Satterly T M Blanford t fi Patrons enfoy every privilege usually yxtended by reliable aiii IIIIfit Cwell quiPped Banks Prospective depositors are invited to wrjitro A can In person V I u U I one year Hamilton 1 Jack McElroy JJ Jennettany Wt Caldwell mule years and L Thurman under three Graddy mule Mare oneyear old Barber Hamilton L PalL Graddy If Hamilton Y mules Graddy HORSE Saddle stalliorij gelding Stallion years Leonard Stallion three and Sfallion or gelding old under three Sandidge on Stallion S Gibbs Stahion Sale Shetland mares or geJdil Peters TUrnout RoBards Greatest contrast tpath Mitchell j Roadster stalhon MWall mbinedWre gelding SancKdge oBestSaddle VO1 J A mites pike gicid t liouse tobacco t tocatedi rood M hpusetotk well one dwelling price3rOO every V J lays J t good dwelling price 1daU 1 good t l NiceO Perry pike Small cottage i li LebkBon Avenue r OOOO 1 McElroy Green I H every r f Vicelpresr r J C Li or + Public Sale J Ol Thtfrday Sept 2hfwilli offer for sale my farm lot 2racres located 7 miles Tr b i Springfield near pike g od 8i room dwelling good barn a d t other outbuildings plenty qto bacco land 20 acres of bottoml land The tl1lli SWellIII in grass andwell nd lI1j j sale is made farm will bc ireiitAl t At same time I will sell 12 b4441 l fttA of 1200 pound ttll hia l J yearling catil 4cosaicslv1 J4 IaS 0hogst t 0 ewes 2 southdown bwk oe Jblack mare and cpU oe tJaTjt t mare one black horss tfi years Oldone hron bo t ai r years old one bay thos thre I fi yearS old all drive aJwiiek well anYwhere LFi FARMING IMpL MEm 4 One two hbrS wpi s ij deeringsejf binder One ho+ Pione rake plows and lirows Jother farming implthenL 100 FlccoJJ1r harness household and JqkeiK M Ifurniture dTerras made klsJ1own rron day of sialllbJnri oii the i K ground V Y Itif P M SHBWMASCER f iraxryr Attent1in County and State xei i ye r 1005 re now d5be peiid All persoo ewin r axes for ioQaYe u Itied thatae rirnt be Ud at- nce19 aykL fther c Byron Cake Sheriff W vii 4 DR J I BURTON RSDNT DENTIST Tfni EXTRACTED liTbuT pAIN i omcKiii BlockI p stall FMKJFlEriD KY 11 Bcrital Work Strictly 1 t FiratcUss i itDR J H LAMPfON iy OFFICE t f la Opera Rouse c t i T T W F GR1SBY- ATTORNEYATLAW j ONce over Peoples Bank BPRINCJPJELD KYi c J13 RoBAEDS M W HYATT t fV RtBARDSi HYATT J Pljsiciins and Snrgcons ip Office next to Clerks omce === JAMES GRASI PRACTIC- ALIatchiakeIandy Jewler t tCrrjesaUne of Watches Clocks and Jjewelry Repairing a Spe cialty Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church j Springfield Ey DR f F TRUSTY I PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Dental workxatraasonaljle prices All work guaranteed f SPRINGFIELD KY i J JOHN Y11 MAYES r WURAl DIRCTORp AND LICENSEDD EMBALMER TELEPHONE bAYH9fNIGHT 74 SPRfflQFIELl XI rrfarm ror ae My firm containing about 80 acres and situated on the Willis I Hurg and Polin turnpike about a mile from Polin known as the F 4old Jim Hays f rmTfie farm L will be divided into two tracts and offered separately One tract will containMO acrjes with a barn for 12 acres of tobacco The other contains a six acre to- 7bacco barn Small dwellings on each tract t Sale will take place on the premises on Saturday Sept 9th 4 ftatl p m f 60 acres of tobacco land on j Mis farm i Terms made known on day of saleV Will also at the same time and place offer for sale the following f 10 head of 2yearold steers 15 head heifers 2 yearling colts 2 0 brood mares one fiveyearold horse 10 head of hogs 4 cows 2 calves r j Also a lot of farming imple mentsandhousehold and kitchen furniture FRANK YANCEY S M Campbell Auctioneer j rustic SALE a t SQlViISJfIlfiel Property 4Y Sept 1 Ill 2 oclock On the above date I will offer for sale to the highest aDd best Bidderl at my premises on Grup dy Avenue my dwelling house i 1ad lot and twp building lots Tbi house is new and is one of the best constructed dwellings J ip town consisting of six rooms s idesabath room with hot and cold water and a llarge cloth I jug closet A brand now rat e and boiler are included in thi e The house has two porches SSil and a large reception hall and 7 Jtbriedf the most donvetiertly I arranged housesin town Lots j which ire 10 be offered for sale 1tS j adjoin property p1 I WS Lf willP1 MmThIEYrARJr pi IH W5 r iS H fi fiofirjiWH Hfif HHHN LcalHappen1nsT Interest 1iTOWN f The Freshest and Latest a II AllAboutYourseir Friends Itaad ACffual tanc TOPJCSn it ftAftft Fruit jars tops and gums at flagan Bros BeautiCullhieofice tea glasse at Hagan Bros y The real thing three smokes for 5c at Jno C Shaders BeaIbargns inold deco rated dishes at Hagan Bros FQR S LENgood quality of seed rye Dudley Shehan Telephone your orders for meats to Carpenter the butcher Try a- can of our Special Blend for ice tea Hngan Bros Fresh salt rising bread re ceived daily at Jno C Shaders 42 pieces fines china for 295 how is it Call and find out P JThomas Silk Ribbon sorghum wfl make you smile For sale by Hogan Bros For a first classl cup try Md Honesty coffee at Jno C Sha1 ders i I have for sale 300 bushels of good seed rye H T Virgin Maud Ky Bisht Eyes Good Bye is thelatest hit Be sure to get you a copy fE M RusselL Take your order for anything in sheet musicj 25 dents a copy E M Russell New uptodate songs and two steps Chas Hdrriss latest LE M Russell FOR SALE +All the latest sheet music at 25 cents a copy Ed M Russell FOR SALE About 60 bushels of seed pre Jar sale Anyone needing seed rye call on SR GrnyI Under the Shade of the Old- AppleTre is the rage Be suretoget a copy 25c E M Russell r STRAYED On my place on Pleasant Run a hog which owner cari have by paying for its keep and for this advertisement Silas Logsdon Keep a cozy corner in your heart for ine Geneniva1 Moonlight f Goodbye Sweet Marie fare sure to pleas yon i E M Russell CoTiiDN WEDDINGMr and Mrs Eftward Pile announce that they will celebrate their cotton Wedding at their home on Thurs day Sept 14 at from 2 to 8 oclock p m School will b glna the Graded School building next Monday and a larger attendance tban last year is expected Eight teachers areemployed and very thing indicates a very successful session I Thos M tile infant son of Mr and Mrs Thos M Reed dred at their home near Valley Sill on last Thursday evening The remains were buried at Camp Ground on Friday Funeral by Rev J C Hoskinson JtCR Harmoii at the fair last week captured the special prem ium on best Colt sired by Ray view The item in our last issue giving an account of the sale of cattle made by Mr Harmon contained an error as to the price which should have read 425 instead of 325 per hundred Commissioners sales were made on Monday as follows In the case of A B Baker vs Thos B Baker 120i acres of land was sold at 2325 per acre Thos B Baker became the purchaser In the case of Mrs Maggie Co canougher gainst Chollie Shew maker 175 acres was sold to Richard Isham at25 per acre As the Presbyterian revival services will be in progress and I will also be engaged in a meeting at Pleasant Run there will be no preaching at the Methodist church on the 1st Sunday in September Revival services will be held at the Methodist church soon after Conferenca J a HOSKINSON The house and lot belonging to the stat of the late Dr D 0 Polin situated on Main Cross J byJ C e4 rXXXIjC Monday for 2750 Mr John F Simms was the successful bidder Dr RoBards has since bought the property and willI erect a residence upon it The game of ball here on Tuesday between the Spring fields and the Greensburg team resulted in a victory fur Spring field by the overwhelming score of 16 to 1 The visitors brought along a good team but the Springfield club was out to win Golvin and the infield were in vincible Ward pitched for Greehsburg and received poor support v Last Saturday eyening while driving from the fair towards I ebanon Mr Ford and wife who liveabout A mile beyond Leba non were run into by tWo drunk men who were driving at break neck speeii giving no part of the road to others Mr Fords ve hicle was turned over with both occupants underneath it while the horses broke Joose and continued going toward Lebanon Mr and Mrs Ford were consid erably bruised and the vehicle was damaged considerably The distinguished Evangelist Rev Nathan Bachman D DI of Tenn will begin a Union Meeting at the Presbyterian church on next Sabbath Sept 3 at 11 a m We hereby cordially in vite all the churches and citizens ih Springfield andthe suriounpI ipg country to come up with us Ho the help of the Lord against the Mighty that every church and every home may receive special blessings from theLord T D LlTIMER Pastor of the Presbyterian church Mr Joseph T Gordon one of the oldest citizens Of the county died at his home in the Te as neighborhood on last Sunday morning of senility The de ceased was 84 years of age and had been a lifelong citizen of the county He had been engaged in farming and was an upright Christian gentleman who enjoyed the respect of all He is survived by three sonsJ Squire John W Gordon and Thomas Gordon ofthis county and RevW T Gordon of TExas The funerall took place on Tuseday at Bethlehem church Dan Polin was tried before Judge iXijtsey yesterday on a lunacy warrant and was pronounced lby a jury Ito be of Unsound mind Younj Polin who is a son of the late Dr D 0 Polin of this place has been making his home in Chicago for several years and a few months ago his mind became affected He was brought to Springfield in the hope that a change and rest from work would do him good About a year ago he is said to have received an injury to his head which may have caused this serious result He will probably bej taken tp the state asylum Mr A J H isner who is well known here where he had been engaged in working at his a plasterer died at his tradel Clark Jefferson county on day morning after a short illness of typhoid fever Mr Heisner finished the contract of plaster ing W F Grigsby residence two weeks ago and went home where he was taken down sick and never recovered He made many friends while in Springfield and was a clever gentleman as well as an expert workman He had the contract for plastering the Walton Hotel and alsp Air John w l1arbers new residence in the the country Mr Logan Walker hd a cost ly experience attending the fair THursday Hef unhitched his horse from the buggy and Intinto the pond where it mired in the soft mud at the bottom When dis overed the horse was almost exhausted with its strug gle to get Qut Two colored men went to the horses rescue and held his head out of the water until he could get his strength again Mr Walker paid the men hisjharnHowever the horse was unin juredI L- JohR Wharton Dead News was received by relatives here Tuesday of the death at Mitchelsburgon Monday nightl of John R Wharton who is well known at this place Mr Whar ton had been in failing health for some timebut his deathcame rather suddenly as he had notI been confined to his bed at all John Wharton made his home in J Springfield for h number of years where he was engaged in the liv erystable and other business at various times He was ofa jovial disposition and made many iis friends by whom the lews of his t death will be received with sin cere regret He was 51 years ofo age and was never married Hetj moved away from Springfieldn about 20 years ago and has since lived at Mitchelsburg where he had been engaged in business with his brother Ray Wharton The deceased was a nephew of Major J L Wharton of this plaqe and was also related to v Mrs fc McElroy The fun eraltpok plape at Danville on yesterday 0 1E1CNA L dt Mrs A R Sbultz visited friends in Lebanon Tuesday v Dr W W Ray and witeofa Lebanjon were m town Tuesday oa Mr James R Mayes of Hen dersonville N C is herpvlsi ting relatives Miss Jennie Adams of Harn rodsbnrg is visiting MissElma Leachmari Miss Sadie Mayes attended a tie Shelby ville fair last Wednesday a rI MrjR E Goddard of Har rodsburg attended the fair last of week Guy Wigginton of Fairfield spent several days here llast week v fMrville is visiting his parents this week of Mrs Kate Williams has gon to Louisville and Cincinnati on business Miss Belle Martin of Louisa yule is visiting her friend Mrs 0ConradHertlein Mr Charles R McElroy wife and daughter Miss Sallnejrtrei iis at Tatham Springs L Miss Catharine Spaulding of Lebanon and George Clarkson were in town Tuesday q Miss Bessie Settle of Maud was the guest of the Misses Russell the first of the weelft Mr A I McDowell of Dan ville was a guest of his aunt frs A C McElroy Monday Johd and Henrytl IMessrs Harrodsburg are visi ting their brother Ivin Adams Mr Ed Miller of the firm of Hodapp Miller and family removed to Louisville Mondaytjjt Mr and Mrs Tll Wells are visiting friends in Bardstown and attending the fair this week I Misses lPearlMrs James Carrothers at Bards twnx OOOO m 1 School Supplies Bring your list of school requisites hereHWe not only have the largest of thing for school work but will sa everyII4 money on your purchases We will give special prices if 5 4 5 buylthe bulk of your supplies at one time 5 S We have all the S 4 Text Books 11di if Of alt the grades Tablets slates pencils pensv ink rulers school bags lunch bccepetc v hHAYDONS llooOOoooo t w W t Jat Walton whereI J he will prepared to tet the 1ys fit and tfnd adjust Wi youfjCJil jdoneGlass fitting and therefore guarantee sitisfactiqn We tfi tiJfl Septeznber9thatWaltonIIHotelEyesExaminedFreefi1CJ l j iIS1m3 1 IMIss Lily Anderson of D4n aunt1oftsH s here Miss Ruby Lampton after an extended visit with her P are ts here returned to Litchfield Monday 4 Miss Anna Blanch Weisen 3f Loifisviilevis visiting Tier liunt ttplacetttts visiting relatives m this couriii ty and Marion v Dr David Williams and wife f Bar stown are visiting re a fves in the Pleasant Grove Mr Stith Thompson who has tlepasti tle S Davison of Lous ille Was here from Sund iy night to Tuesday mornuig to visit relatives Mr t C James of Harro s burg attended the fair Satiir JintleJin attended the fair last week nd ca ried off some blue ribbons hiborses Messrs Rutledge and Jar es Wharton attended the funeral of their cousin John Wharton at- avile Wednesday Mr J S Ynkey wife and two boys returned Monday from visit with relatives and frier ds- t Pleasant Hill Mo Mr Colie Porter and wife pf- Lbuuville spent the latter part last week with the family of Mr FM Campbell Miss Irene Warfield who Ilias been spending the summer at Walker Heights left Morn ay or her home in Louisville Mr Wallace McElroypf Le non and Mr Chapman Yoing Louisville were atoMr R g McElroys Monday Mr Clem Bill of CqviDg on nd Mrs Will Smith of Lebanon Were guests at the home of Mr W Hagan TuesdayII Mrs GB Hawkins has re turned from Portland Ore i nd visiting her parents Mr M Searcy and wife Mrs William Carrithers of Louisville woo the guest of ler siteri Mrs F R Hodapp the latter part of the week Mr George Hoffman Se re- ary of the Anderson County Fair Association and his wife attended the fair here last week Mrs W A Colvin of Ba ds own Mrs Victoria Phelps ind Miss Eliza Phelps of Louisv lie are guests of Mrs Dudley Tc pp Mr Enos Wigginton and vife were at DrM W Hyatts the rst of the week on account of ftie illness of Miss Elise Durrett- Miss Lela Maurer who has been visiting her Uncle MrT King returned to Lquts The riday and has malarial ifever Misses Julia Cooperand tIWary Hundley of Lebanon will return home Friday after a p1 ms ant visit to Miss Lizzie Leach an Mr S B Thompson and wife went to Louisville Tuesday and atteuued the funeral of Mr eisner at Clarkg Station Wed nesday Mr H M ONan and faidily and Mr F M Martin and chil ren are camping on Simpson near Fr derjckstown sit lugMr Joe S Claybrooke and wife have returned from Brds town They will go to Luis ville next week where they will reside Mrs Will Merritt is sick It as not yet been definite l decided whether she has ttyp hoid fever but it is feared that i the roublep JlrF M Railey of Louis 7 W C GRIIiSBY t The Optician will be in Springfield tliJ Saturday foi September Q JHojtel be ville was called herethS first of the week on account of the illness of his wife who is at Dr Debbes Irs J R Glaybrookel is very much improved and It is thought that her recovery is assured and it iis onlya matter of time until shewill be out again Misses Sadie Mayes and Ma garet Burning Messrs Frank Lewis of Addison Ky and Mr Allen of Cincinnati spent Sunday at Tatham Spripgs ft r Alex Craycroft of Mead cou ity was called here Tuesday by the serions illness of his dau 2jhter who has typhoid fever at IMrC H Mclnlires rEmmett McElroy and littl nece Margaret McElroy will return to Kansas City Friday after a pleasant visit of two wee is with reatives here M r Samuel Averitt accompg nied by his wife and little grand daughter of Louisville ttended the pair last week and visited at tie aome of Mr J W Lewis hasIpast two weeks has gone to Stanford to visit friends From the e he will return to Californiai rMr John IJ Morgan jwife and two daughters Ollie and Katmrine ofHarrodsburg visiI ted Mrs Morgans mother Mrs Soss and sisters the past week Mr WwF Grigsby and wife have moved into their new resi den e on Grundy Avenue and are getting their hOlsehold eife its arranged so they will beat I ome after this week Iviisses Mary Brown Jennie Redding and Annie McChord re tur led Tuesday evening from the Lewis and Clark Exposition at Portland Ore and other plaies of iinterest in thcrWest rr rsF M Railey of Louis villJB who has been visiting lher sist r Mrs Charles Jeffries in the Texas neighborhood is at Dr DeBoes about a mile from town very sick with typhoid fevir i Mrs Mary Golganand Misses Ge trude Colgan Lottie Kellar Lillie Gordon Lula Miiligan Ma ry OMalley CarrieOMalley and Messrs Fred Keller and Joe Lally all of Louisville lire among the guest at Walket Hesights f Miss Elise Durrettwho has beun with her sister Mrs M W Hyatt sometime is ill with typhoid fever at Dr Hyatts Her5 mother Mrs CarrieDur rdt is with her and Miss Nan ni Ray Thurman is nursing her- M HE Walter who has been sick with typhoid fever at hi i home in Lebanon was ovc r fri m Lebanon Tuesday lIe wi 1 gc to Arkansas about the 9h iinst to be gone about two m nths vhen he will return here to resume his law practice Vfiss Adelia Craycroftof Mead ccunty who came last Wednes dsy to visit her cousin Mrs C R Mclntire became very sick Saturday night aud her condition fa s remained very serious and the doctors have pronounced her tr mble typhoid fever Mr A R CarroherSt assis tant secretary df the Nelson county fair spent several days hre lastveek in the interrst of the Nelson county fairt IrtCirrothers was secretary ofthatII fair andthirty seven years of its success is due to his inter 1 ej t arid hard work t 1tt Mr F R Hodapp mid fIml w 11 leave Saturday to yJJ tl eir hone in Louisville leivingliere is generally regret ted from a business and social statd point Mr and Mrs Ho d pp have many friends here wiio are sorry that the town is to lose such good citizens tfoGnreaGoldln one lay aka Laxative Bromo Qutonie Tab e ts Airdrupglats refund the money ti4 it fails to cure E W Groves Utt3tSj box 25c r 9 VtELL EQUIPPE t I 1 + There Is nothinglike being fQUYeq tFff 5 + dOIng bUslDess and the proprIetors of il + Red Cross Drug Store ij take pridejn belciviog hat they have one ofthe 1E4aeqiipped business houss in the State t t- PreScripti n Department 1 Iitis given special attention andonly tqe vvest DrPs J41Jl f Pii + used Patent Medicines Health oriics and Poilt Anticles r t ff + i i ijf4 jA FlV Good Hammocks i ftr ii r ru to close out at and belOw costI 1 1 J fI c Nf lt i 1ri SS4 t 4 + RedCross DrugStore f itrjl + r c fe t a Smock JiaydorPropr Jf byWoOOcGodcQ X0 Z ZG 0mg to Travel The pleasure of your your tyiwill berin crease by using cneoft our SuitCaseS Trunks or Bags Q Then if you are short on any 2 thing to wear we can supply you For wo have the newest ideas in Mens Clothes Shirf8jt9r t Collars Meckwear Gloves Underwear 6ats and tSb JQ Jr l JSo O yW to f Ladies Shirt Wiiists J81 Collars Neckwear Underwear Corsets Hieryii gn lShoes Fans Belts Waist Setts Hand Bqs Ribbons Gloves Nice Toilet Soaps Cbs Brushes Writing Paper Talcum Pbwfer Hair Pins Back and Side Comps Pat tasolsUStI brellas etc etc Il 7 iiWe fojld be Pleased tto FitnisS Y- otLROBERTSON kl ii BROSI cTJ 9O9 d Wii iWiwvi t ZIAIIl11ToCloseOllt 0 j t rI- I ttt ft I t tI h l L t r F i F II For TheSe SOIlil Lc WIB have a line of LadiesShirt Waists andReady toWear Skirts which we K 3 will sell at V ft 1f I 25 Per i Cent Redirction j In order to close out fS 3S IWe also offer SPEOIALBARGAJNS tin Summer- j I WASH GOODS and all summer lines Come dg t 1 i some of the bargains in our generallt f n Cleaning out Sale fi It GRUNDY MclNffRgli tJ Successors to Grundy Claybrooke Ifclntre 5j M1I1lL1c1f ro amE EHE3If C Ihe SpringfiBld Meat Market 11 i 4f 4 r any QQniB ti IJ t t 4 iIf I FTCOXCOPFOpP SPR1NcUIELDl K- li a EEE E Al I SIR HENRY MORGAN BUCCANEERt 4 a CYRU5 TOWNSENIX BRADY S Air of The 4utli rjer Jtt For Love elCounbTn Tic Grip f Hon r Etc j 1V4 OPYIHT lf syc W ILt1NGHAM COMPNY V TMltoJli1tatkerleaor T ihp Mked- JbirJpt ms from tbo Orinoco It will nQt he Ul1t1l 1d1ninntktow JMuatltben f t A B lw the forever Nrt wilt ttioufel1 me so with 7 day trery week every hoer ev M ninr ylth kisses like to these tlmtKme BDtt he whispered M iftorMd again and again her w Alfarado If you have once wlttt tfcea not one kiss as it io IPe H Tvlll bf happy until dIiae tko month of heaven ipre After that let come what tribe wered her cheeks and i aiteM her heart throbbing with ez4vjgit paiR in her breast ie MM approaches he said at wI at the same moment the test jrty came around ihe bend of 1 rod The poor duenna was con id with anxiety and remorse adb said Alvarado to the ser t cye will take our sfcsta here the horses and prepare the day meal wader the trees Send ot the troopers ahead to bid Fa stop OB the road until we rejoin keeping good guard Senora Aga 00 mvst be tireil from the bug Let tue assist you fP dismount Senorita ilercfedesl she asked e Jlifted her to the ground Where Ie horse slipped and fell answered the promptly es over thecliff Captain Alvara lifted me from the saddle Just In L1shall wake a novena of devotion t Jago for thy preservation sweet de3 cried the duenna and you sir must Have a strong arm Is ever atyur service answer Alvarado gravely bowing before old womans heart went out to gallant young man so handsome brave so strong so distinguished hemused under her breath lie not Lave been the one this time the little place was filled soldiers attendants and mule Some kindled fires others un hampers loaded with provil others prepared a place where party might rest and as to restore I out of this confusion Alvarado hither and thither he was fol In all hiS movements by the love of the woman ivhq had broken and who bad won him the Interval of repose the man allowed his party the tvo were constantly together Alva Lad made a faint effort to go nndlleave Mercedes to herself with passionate determination she refused to allow It She had thrown cc to the wInds Careless of might see of whoever might heedless of the reproving Indifferent to ancient practice of curious glances she had ln i Upon accompanying tue captain he had yielded abandoned themselves with all fervor ft youth and passion to their t rts 4f affection They wandered from the pthers and by the side brook beneath the shelter of the remained IeyIndandlovcd together and whisper ed nil the love that beat within their 4reed breasts They might tile tomor row today they II veil and loved FaIu wouidtiicy have prdlouged the Elysityi itlreaiii forwcr but the descending sun Jbf the afternoon at Inst warned Alva GunyraJresume Jour ney Reluctantly Le gave the order to m jnouut This time Utterly Indifferent to the Senora Agapida Mercedes mounted oa I one of the led horses rode openly by Alvarados side Sustained Ljr his pros constantly In touch with him she fcnce the way down the difficult wan derlugs of the rocky mountain trail They watched the sun set In nil Its glos ry over the tropic sea The evening breeze blew softly about them riding side by slclfThen tIe night fell upon ItLem Over them blazed the glorious i canopy of the tropic stars chief among 1 them the fiery Southern Cross emblem JI of the nUb they cherished the most marvelous dladent m the heavens There below tlcm twinkled the lights i of La Guayra The road grew broader and smoother now It was almost at J the levell of the beach They would I have to pass through the town present iJr and thence up a steep rocky road which wdihd around the mountain un t f It is lhit fooi doad ihe Toad will becomes a sour slimy si1J the organs the ideal con i ditton for germs to cause bowel t trcriabie or other sum ilIne 1 The Miona will make the whole i system y i SSO clti tiJd sw thjit t T xxlc n ot wfcff which iniy f will be Ul they surinountea toe tiiirc u i the city and arrived fit the palace of the governor upon the hillside where Mercedes was to lodge Aft hour would bring them to their destination There was nothing to apprehend The brig ands in the fastnesses of the moun talus or the savages vho sometimes strayed along the road never ventured so near the town Fadrlque by Alvarados orders had fallen back nearer the main body so as to be within caJL We shall be there In a little while See yonder the lights dt the town said the captain While thou art with me said the Jrl it matters little where we are There are but two places in the world now And those are Where thou art and where thou art not If may only be with thee if wo may be together I want nothing else She spoken before the sound of a cry followed by a shot broke on the night CHAPTER Xiy Impact of the huge the sand among the TrtcrrIfiCJ which and her sides with over whelming force came just in the nick of time for Morgan Had the disaster been delayed a second longer the furi otis buccaneers would have cut him down where he stood Even ihe offi cers were angered beyond measure at him for their present situation which threatened the loss of the vast treasure already gained 4n the ship although they had consented to Morgans prop- osItIon to attack La Guayra mid Ca races and the captain was iri no way for the storm and the wreck which Jeoparded their booty and their future Therefore it is probable that none of them unless it were Teach would have interfered to save Morgan and he would have been swept from his feet by the savage men und Iinstantly killed in spite of all that he or Carib or any one else could have done But the violence of the shock when the ship tOokl ground threw them to the deck and they forgot for the instant their bloody purpose of vengeance in the of their danger They wfcre checked In their mad anger for a few seconds anti given a moment for reflection That moment convinced them that they could not yet the services of their tap taut With black rage and white rear striving for mastery fn theIr hearts they rose to their feet and him with menacing faces and threaten ing gestures Whats to e done now question ed one bolder than the rest Xows the time roared the un daunted Morgan striving to make hruij self heard bI all above the thunder ing seas to show lads lIe had quickly observed that the force with Avlilch she had been driven on the shdals pad shoved the galleons nose firmly in the sand She had been caught just before she took ground by a tremendous Boiler und had been lift ed up hud hurled far over to starboard Although almost on her beam ends her decks inclining landward the Strongly built ship held steady In spite of tim tremendous onslaughts of the seas along her bilge J Take hetfrt men he cried Ob serre She lies still and secure TIs a stout hulk and will tak6 a tremen dous battering before she breaks We may yet save ourselves Arid the treasure roared one Aye arid the treasure fI think the storm has about blown Itself out old Hornigold shouting out at this instant Look you mates he cried pointing to westward flt clears The Bun set fair tonight The bosn Is right cried Morgan But first of all we must take no chances with oiir lives Even though we lose the ship we canselze another The wdrld In full of treasure and we can finl it Now I want sonic one to arry 4 line ashore through the break few Who will volunteer I staid Carib Instantly I need you here answered Morgan who did not purpose to be de privet of that bodyguard upon whose watchfulness his life 1ijad so often depended j t Ill go exclaimed young Teach breaking through the crowd Thats a brave heart said Morgan uA line a light line was forthcom ing Teach tore off his JackettJIlId aside his weapons kicked ort his shoes took a turn of the line around his fwalst made It fast wrung Morgans hand watched his chance leaped over boArd was caught by an Crushing jwave and carried tar toward the shore The ebb of the roller carried hhu back seaward Rome distance but he swam forward madly and the next wave brought him a little nearer the beach ile was dvlvcn backward anti forward hut ostrh time managed to get a little shore line The whole ships company stared after hint ohooring and yel lugj irlVs of in spite of the tat t that he could not heutr a hfiigle soind In the rortrhiT rairlpg seas Morgm himself tended theKhci skillfully f1ft ortwhen iieciryI- n a few r nnont alfhouch the fnie BIIME OF SUMMER GEMS T WiIFCause Unless is Strengthened u iWithMtna tx oti thestornich weakso notreidil digestrict fermenling digestive diarrhoea 41uior weilkiowB digetiye hU1t7 t Itrwent ijIerJD anyI betocb deatioy1J I hadcscarcely thundered responsible mevitablcness approaching dispenseiwlth confronted yourjLOurage interposed here- Instantly Ienrefthc spontaneously encouragement Sickness Stomach r Jut one suhlitabet out of a 5ceQt boxi of Miono before eating and you will have no headaches back ache poor Ap petite istress after ting heart burn furred tongue sleeplessness or generaltdebilityv It will Igneup the digestive system and t perfect health and strength rheRedante ID refund the money Vni it does not cure The risk is all 4 theirs I seemed hours to the watchers tne reet of Teach touched the shore andal though the torrlflc undertow of the wave that had dropped him there al most bore him back again yet by a su perhuman exertion he managed to stagger forward and the next moment they saw him fall prostrate on the sand Hadhe fainted or given way They looked at him with bated breath but after a little space they saw him rise slowly to his feet and stagger Inland toward a low point where a lofty palm tree was writhing and twisting intho fierce wind lIe was too good a seaman not instantly to see what was re qulred of him for waving his hand lowArd the ship he at once began t01 They uw him lfall haul hi the line Beady hands had bent a larger rope to it which was succeeded by a third strong enough to bear It mans weight The buccaneer hauled this last In with great difficul ty for the distance was fur and the wet rope was heavy He climbed up and made It fast to the tree and then waited s soon as he had done so there was a rush on the ship for the line which had beeh made fast in board temporarily Morgan however Interposed between the crew and the coveted way tp safety Back1 he shouted One at a time and the order as I appointl you LOl lonols and you and you he crJe1rIn dicating certain men upoh whoillhe could depend Go In succession then haul a heavier rope ashoife Well put a traveler with a bosn chitir on It and send the abbess anti these priests first of nil There was something about that man that enfprced obedience whether TO BE CONTINUED TENNESSEES ROAD TAX How It Affects the Coat of DnU llsrPublic IUhwnTR Colonel J B Killcbrew gives some figures In the Nashville American on the cdst of public highways that are full of Interest He shows that the road tax for the several counties of the state ranges froui 5 to 1C cents per 100 of assessed value or to specify accurately two cpunties have a thc cent rate four counties an eight cent rate sirtjvtwo counties aten cent rate nineteen counties a twelve ceift rae two counties a fourteen cent rate two counties a fifteen cent rate ami live counties a sixteen cent rate TUe grand total of tax for these ninetysix coun ties Is 3047G2n2 The number of men subject to roa1 tax Is 17511 who are employed from five to eight days each ycarv The total amount expended for labor on highways Is 931O49S2labor being corn muted at 75 cents per diem Thc total amount exp nclea In money anti labor Is l20oS1314 i From these llgurcs poloriol KillebrcAv estimates that fnifiicleiit money is ex pended each year to pay the interest at per cent on bonds to raise cnongli 14 to build from four to six nine roads for each county spat to the andIsinkingIkilc a general forIUnil and Good II on Contrasted Bud roads preventa suceosKf ul eton hIsIt possible for lilm to ihctt his tiMryments WbOloSUIlr1Isaysfactory results On the othe hand good permanent highways insure ftllt j t air of prosperity equalize trade and the exchange of products anti prevent congestion in traffic cpniUticfiis In the market They Improve he system of public schools add value to ItuidH ei Courige social intercourse among the people bring comforts to the home nud opportunities for the clijjdren oblitor ate the Imaginary line between urban and rural districts establish marc firml the principle of free goverii meat spread foster Intelligence a higher nail and secure more wideI i lijfppy and contented people IlCNDliM In MnKHflGllUKOttN During tho year 1004 tile MassachiK CJJnJlJelOtIInbbringing the total mileage of completed state highways up to 518 miles notIzlne The average cost per mile road for the sections completed uulluotI the year 1001 WItS 5750 M ami thett extremes were 170738 and SlVCOSl The cost of maintenance and 1tiwlrs on the state roads completed prior to 1901 shows an expenditure during that year of 431 per mile This makes the cost of kecpijig the road In condi thou 7 k mills of the cost of construe lion t French niid Anicrlcnn IlonilM Au aspoot of the advantage 1HSSe lilt th scleutificnUy constructed roniLs of Frruce flvermoatof thi roads chmIthouj1ttsays Youths Companion In France tliefarmers are able on account of the excellence of the roads to employ stormy periods fpr hauling their prod uce to iiiurkit whereas In America It too often happens that the farmer must use for this purpose fair dry weather whlqjl might bo better emplo3e l In his field work When the country roads are in bail cjouditlpn the railway receipts fall ojt The Ilnznril of the Inc Iv Where are you oft tot Inl am wealthYjbfU younjscstAu AnxlouMj Father Sue Dcerlug Im ufraid Papa was angry when you asked him for me t was he Jack Jack IIihlowot at all He asked mo if I knew any moro respectable men whowould bo likely to marrr yotr five sisters If properly coaxed f1 i etP b ZN EARLY CELERY FcrtlllxlnsForccn the First Crop an- tltAllow a Second here arc representa live Individuals from two plots In a comparative manurfal experiment Tho one on the left Is from a plot ferti lized in the usual way with commer cial manure containing fllant foodi constituents in the ordinary proportion Nitrogen 5 per cent phosphoric acid 7 per cent potash 12 per cent Tho 1 stalk on the right Is from a plot thatt rJelved In addition to application off fertilizer above three applications of XrfKATE oy SODA OX CELTBT 200 pounds each nitrate of soda ut equally divided Intervals during the growing season This was distributed anti Immediately cultivated Into thc soil on each side of the row The specially treated field was ready for market the latter part of June and because of extra early maturity at nI time whan good stocks were scarce sold for 55and cents per dozen This field was cleared July 8 ground leveled and a second crop planted for fall harvest The fled not receiving nitrate came on the market considerably later and although goqd stock netted only 20 ami 2o cents We were not able to double crop this hell as we did the nitrate plot Oravige J ddFnllnet1j ENEMIES O F CROPS Causing a IocnUar aud Subtle ShrInUatte In ProIItH Fighting insects demands a better system of farming which of Itself wIt pay in qlhor directions and the Ameri can farmer must calculate upon insect depmlirtlons 1S110 sufaU clement Jn his business Of whnt use Is It to rear two blades of gfuss where but one growS before if hv is to lose bpth of them by reason of insect attack It is not the term but the profits thereof that are lost tlirouh the devastations caused by Injurious Insocts and costs the AmeiIcan farmer more feed the e luslfiiajs foes than it does to cducat Ills Children Throughout Hie United States where the smaller eereuh l grains wheat rye barley Suit otare to any consldarar ble extcttt cultinted a multitude of iujurlos to groyrfiig wheat arc charged by the average farmer to the Heatlnn fly whereas iu many ease 3 tHese mv ag are raally the work ot Insects whose habits differ greatly from those of tluit his ct Indeed some of them are not fliesat all and even where tho ravages are caused by files these arg not nccownriiy th4t Hessian fly and the game remedial anti revpntlvo liletis 111011cusi l some of tiN chief Insect enemies of cereal grains and especially between many of theta and the Ilpssinn fly may hrijifnmiorsto prevent a peculiar and subtle shrinkage Iu the profit of their labor and One they ran nwot In many cases by Dimple inodsures luocnlndiifr Alfnlfn r Correspondent W6 lijtve soine 1ulldKH o nlfftlC tiuat4auiie up helow- lie lion yarn three year ago that look jhie we cut three tluiei A atrip that waV vcedod wits not n success except j Hn spots irtiero It wag rich soiL Ctmimrtit by Rural New Yorker Pull up one of tlhwe alfalfa huiicliej and sc if you can find tIm little warts or nodules oui the lltsI If you can the soil nrouiHl thoH plants will hO good to lusuhite hiraer rfell AVlu n you ajcatu talK the soil around these vlgtMrotM plants Jtml ficnttir It over the 1field to be sectlud It may inwtii a cuteh ITho Sauerkraut Center making of sauerkraut of Into years hiss hucowe a largu liuiwtry n few place In the United Stattss single factory llittvlngau putput Of 23 ItImany po kis ns iiufdi kraut made as there lin In n sitiall Ohio town At Clyde 0 tln product of about lSOO acres of cal iMigoslH nsumally utilised Ouch acrt yicldlug about ten tow Tliuso cnii iwges uswiilv iirtog 0 to 7 a tanri1Ya farmers of tthe yklnty thcrqfore often receive 100000 fpr this crop Manure o sent CritUf The manure ernest vnttle like thht of hogs is variable in character hut is generally poorer than that of other farm animal on account of Its hir percentage of wntort It ilepompode Slowly and develop little boat Ancloiit Jewelry Tho Jewelry found In an excavatklif near one of the pyramids of old Moniv phte Egypt eXhibits about us much skill In working gout and proclous stoutS as now exists although the ar ticles found were mode 1800 years ago The figures cut on amethyst find car nolluu lIre described as exquisite and anatomlcflliy correct The gold Is sklll ftilly workodV and precious stouds are lot into it so Sis to give the effect of f eimmoJIug v 11III t admirer thatryou are engaged Is lt curtrue Im not cijgagort yet replied 11J fair girl hut I hope to be soon i Erhpir spon t he asked j In n fovf minutes she replied wltlr Bhinlng eyes rhlladelphia Ledger 3IoicM Well Known Down Here Small girl In bed being read to by t an elder cousin Small Girl When I die shall I gtt to heaven lurf2f Mary Oh yes It you nre ngootl girl Small GirlI want to see Moses shall tell him I heard quite a lot about him down here London Globe J I COMMISSIONERS 8ALB Washington Circuit Court Ky Mrs Mary E Williams Adrn1 etc Puts EquityFrancisBy virtue rpf a judgment and order rcuitCourterrnthereoftylecause betweenWnshingtoncounty theEenrvSATORDAT SEPTFJBK8 221 05 l totpublic ai upon a credit of 1 and 2 years tie fol- lowingl described proderty lylnguntyKyning at a stone in W B Barbs s line cor to W S Y Goodlett thence with Barlows line as follows S 315 W 28 poles to a beech tree thence S 4 12 iE 61 poles to a large beech On iide of branch near a springCor to lot No 1 sugartreeand 5 thence up said branch with line of No5 as follows N 7 W 47 93 poles to a stake in garden fence thence wtth said fence leaving same on lot No 5 N 24 34 W 11 34 poleS to a stone thence N 12 W 8 poles to a stake the branch thence up said branch 4 12 poles to a stone iin GOOd letts line thence with hIs IinasfOI lows S 60 12 W 6 14 poles to tin old poplar stump thence N 70 W U poles to a stone thence N 48 14 W 19 poles to the beginning co acres 1 rood and 20 poles htainlng31t31tFor the rchas er or purchasers d se curity or sureties must execute bonds bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having and effect of a Judgment th1farce will be required to comply with these terms M G LEACH rANj M C WC C ORIGIN OF GOLD PENS THE FIRST ONES WERE MADE N ENG LAND AND WEREFAILUR IS Tlieu fin American Citizen Discovered ForrProtectrue the Point Per fect Pen Resulted andteteTo an American is d credit for having made the the useful article It has for without the gold pen point wlich can not corrode the fountain pen vould be useless The manufacture of gold pens was commenced in the hilled State in 1S35 by a watchmaker of Detroit Attempts haul boon made In England 10 make gold pens prior to that time Jut they met with little success Alloyed goldi Is too soft to make a durable point and this circumstance made it ujocessary to protect the pen points njith din monds or rubles until John Isafic Haw huts a citizen of the United Stiles but residing In England while th j experi melds in the manufacturing of gold pens wore in progress there acjcidcutai ly discovered that the native jalloy of iridluux and osmium ore en of the hardest and most refractory ofilll me tajlic alloys could be used for protect tug the points to much better advert toga and more cheaply Hawkins rights were purchased by a clergyman of Detroit who Induced the Jvatehmakerabove mentioned jo menu madeIquill then In use in 1840 lils plant was taken to New York where the business was enlarged Quite an Improvement was added to the plant by the machines for jlie mak ing mud tempering of the len invent ed by John Itoudell one of the em ployees of the establishment This cs tablishmpnt soon produced a gold pen so perfect that it combined the ems ticity of the quill witH the permanency of the metal About 1850 It was discovered that by Imbedding tIn IridIum points In the gold Instead of fcolderlng them on the corrosive influence of the Ink on the two metals the older and tile gold was avoided and fr firmer hold In the pen was given to tile points The gold pen has been brought to Its lpresent degree of perfection by the American manufacturer thc In dustry from Its inception has been characterized by the use of American methods Tor the production of the gold pen u high degree of skill Is neces sary and only experts are 4mployeJ In the different plants The gold uet1 In the makh g of tho pens Is obtained front tht United States assay ofllcc It Id the i melted and alloyed about sixteen g rats line and rolloUlutoa long uarrov ribbon Iin 111itesIini punch The blunt nib of the blank Is notched or recessed at the cud to re ceive the Iridluin that formf the cx cccdingly hard point which all good pens tosses The iridium In coated cream of borax ground In Wlthla laid lii the notch formed In of the blank It Is then secured process of sweating which isnolhlng more or Its than melting the gold of which the IKI Is formed 8Jtbut It unite solidly with Jhe IrIdium The blan is then liecullarforuuuthlrkne from flit point bjickward The rdllt have a small cavity In which the Gxtr uc elM of the JhiInnl poiuuted nib ito pineal to prevent Injury to the Iridium After rolling the nib of every pen stiffened ami rendered spongy by hammering Thls theniost Important process lit the manufacture oft the pcii ns the plasticity of tile pen depeulHJ entirely upon this operation The iei Is then trimmed by a press similar to that which la used for cutting out the Blanks or by niitofiintlc machinery When the blank has leen trliiimcd the IUUJ1for the manufacturer and the number of the pen are stamped on it by means of a screw press jJIlL pen Is given Its couve surface thethlnulti die beneath and a convex one above Quite a little force 4s neciasary to bring the tOil to tho required eoncxIity and when this oporatlDiiJ Is com pleted two Jaws blank OIltOslttJgcsantI press It Up on thus Driving the pen Its final shape The next stop Is to cut thb IrIdium tbeIl then slit by a innXIiIno hm4 the slit cleared by menus of a fine circular After slitting the nibs are brought together by hamuiefcng and Hie pen is Liusiedou the inside by a eincavo form and xjivthe out tde by a convex form Thlslg uiecssIit1to fire I w 1ii iFill Your COAL HOUS8ui Now is the time to save money by laying in your winter supply of coal and we can ofrur inducements in btway of prices on large quantities 1 21k l J JI5 JXihVT Our Buggry Trade fJ 4Y Y ij0v 3 rIAj r rI = Has been tremendous tbis summer andwe still f hve selection plenty of fine vehicles left horn whichyoufliy rna make I l ke S t1Y Jkf I Remember We Lead t X Js dealers in farnthg efjjt We h nde L the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Stiidebak0y 1Sj and JChampion Farm Wagons and the best Drills and J seeders on the n1l1ket Eage and JE1 wood Field Fencing arid Gasoline En gines ail sizes 4- jMcCIuret 8 WeWs t e he pen a uniform surrnce ana greater elasticity These nibs are then set by the fingers alone after which operation the pen Is ground by a lathe with a thin steel disk and a Copper hinder both charged with fine emery and oil The slit Is then ground by a fine disk and the sides of the nibs and the points are ground upon the copper cylinder Alter the grinding Is dane the pen Is polished opou buff wheels which completes the process of manufacture Before the pen Is placed upon the market however It Is given a thorough Inspection to see that It possesses the proper elasticity fineness and weight then passed to an Inspector who tests It and weighs It Chlcago Chronicle Tfce Stray Uiiljet It is an odd fact that tie most expert marksman cannot equal the unerring accuracy of the stray bullet In reaching the mark Baltimore American PRISONVLABOR ON ROADS Value of Employing1 Convict to Im nrore h1Ighwny In consldejring the good roads propo sitton too little thought Is glveu that phase ot1t requiring accomplishment on public thoroughfares through prison labor says the American Agricultur 1st Here anti there effective work 14 done alqugthis line but there Is no general tendency on the part of state or municipal authorities to utilize labor of this character The burden of convicting the prIson er Is heavy on the public anti the ex pense perhaps even greater In caring for convicts Were this kind of man ual labor morel generally put to whole sonic use In Improving or keeping In repair the public roads sonic return would be possible for this heavy out lay Nor would the more general cm ployment of convict labor be without other value It Is fair to presume that prisoners would rather be out 6L doors among their fellow men even though kept rn dcr surveillance than penned within high walls and perhapsMdle Some such utilization of a great mass of yuemployed muscle would ac complish much good In the Improve ment of our common dirt or stow roads would reduce taxatloq would Increase the value of farm and Village property and incidentally render serv ice from tile mental and moral point of view How to Have Good Ilnail The best possible wny to Interest people In good roads movement Is to manage to getd goodl sample of good roads made In the middle of the worst bit of bat road you can find I have In whit the experience of my friend Hale many years ngo at the beginning of the good roads movement In Connecti cut where after several yq US of fight he secured permission to put n few rods only of good road as a sample lie selected the middle of n very mud dy section of road and the next sea sons experience convlnceU everybody of the valuj of goad roads and there was no more trouble In that region J Horace McFvrland BATFLEFIELD ORATIONS A Grtut Deal of Fiction About the Ilecbrded SInrtlnl Spccche Somebody once asked the Puke of Wellington If bppcches on the battle field were really made us reported and What was their effect The duke said What effect on the whole army elm be made by a speech since you euiiuot conveniently make It heard by more than a thousand men standing about youV Then the duke was askcl l If It were not the fact that Napoleon de llvcredigome rather notable orations on theflold The duke would not have It The proclamations you read of In the French army were much more seeq In the papers than by the Holdlew tluy were meant for Paris ItIu ullI right the duke aged to adtlrcs a regiment upon prejontlug It with col ors and that sort of thing On the whole French troop might be more Impressed tyy a speech than the Eug llsh who In the dukes AVaterloO army were be declared the scum of the earth who had nil enlisted for drink The French with their system of con scription had a fair sprinkling of nIl classes I No continents n writer all lueeII IC31treaI I rCIIrCI KENTUCKY rt8- 1G STATE FAIR AT LEXINGTON L September IS 23 fiB LAVS JIN PREMIUMS f 25000 PREMIUMS t THE GREATEST DISPLAY OF LIVE STOCK j AND AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS EVER ATTEMPTED IN THE SOUTH 5 f Ji Novel tionslMagnificent Exitilttrori U It J The Famous DLYSS BAND of4OIIeceF- or Catalogue or Further 1nformatlon Address GEO A BA1N Secretary Lexington Ky aI 4J7T f C I f Kansas City Southern Railway Straight as the CrowFtte KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP tk JPASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSmTOF i5 CLIMATE SOILAND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER i RAILWAY IN THE WORLD RORITS LENGTH Along its line are the finest landsjsnltedforgrfjwlHgsniallgrmin cerntlrx e cotton for commercial apple and peach oreharfls for other frolu anaker riea for commercial cantelonpe JwUto tomato and general track faria ttIfor sugarcane and rice cultivation for nercantabto timber for nUatsc horses mules cattle bogs sheep poultry and Angora gou f Writ fr Inf nMtlM CM wntaf FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS s i Colony Locations lrrrev H Farms Uliwra Unfa MM Lae4s eed TMMr JI LcBfls and for copies of Current EvMte4 BulMM OM 4iMitit Rlct loek s Fretl Hrtt Cheap roundtrip homcseekera te4cltTHE SHOrtt LINE JO THE LAND OF FULFilLLKENT J lt t 3OUI1YPfW LiWAxflPtaTL fxaeg City Ximi tt7Xg I r X XOMJUX TzT PMW taA ImtigM Ayt i 1 OIIr = 1 l turlona Title The English reformers adopted sonic curious titles for their devotional niut controversial works MatcliPs Lighted at the Divine Fire Elje Gun of reul tenco The Shop olf the Spiritual Applheeary The Bank of Sixpcnuyworth of Divine SPlrItj Some llne HiKcuIts Baked In the Oven of Chtrlty Carefully Conserved For the ChkIeiis of thb Church tTlie Sparron3 ot the prlt anl The Sweet Swallows of Salvation are among the number 4 Tbc Dnlv Way Tbele lit nQ way to maintain the healthand strength of mindand body except by nourishment There is no way to nourish except through tIe stomach The stomach must be kept healthy pure and sweet or the strength will let down and disease will set up No appetite loss of strength nervousness headache constipation bad breath our risings rifting in digestion dyspepsia and lilt stomach troubles that are curable arc quickly cured bv the use of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what you eat and strengthens the whole digestive apparatus Sold by all Druggists I f WANTEDjNVENTORS JI tom ia for out confiuenual letter plying for patent it may bo worth oreapff We proiuptiy obtain Va and Foreign PATENTS SiIa CTIVttome7oVcfioM and waend an IMMEDIATE If FREE Trepozt on patentablllGr lve gl I the Witlena aenricxr and advfee slid oarlj ckarge are moderate Trf SWIFT A COpa 1 p US Patiet CeWutoiC P tt rll ITIC- OIO SUSSEsM pseIs- eese leses in a pocelier deaIetIffreEe i ehuirnu alod aad wWeIt trRIfprcied Iyb uiswIuI have TarsithqusUs IuSmO3S Ihcthtt= sad M asads late UIFOCI cea IM4 kwsra wiIIt1riias i lwueiauss Th1tcsotbuiUps 9f INfdsrlrMlmisIauaIsL t ttTOCOSO SLAIU WI 4s tJITJ siae a OLUIIIS I =II w 1IfIIIIg I tsaswast ss u p E c tM lIfrTJJ J yf t4fef 1St- StomachNo appetite tow Of ttmjfai ttiMadcMo sde M bs treneralf t oft th stomach an sil due paKodol curqIxldIgt1on ThIIS1ISI wry rtprbwRt the patwal jdcai al1in tfoa M they exIst Ja a WaUli eofflbiMd with the frwej koowa and raconsfaruetiva propardea KOd1uJS spa Curs does not only cvriadiisth iid dyaiiepsi M this Jamduat nmady itJIrlf1Inrtfat mttootta marabranar lining the stomach Mrstl R 4eM W V yeUI1CMoi1 Koaol DisMtaWWt Yoa Eat oIl jlftJr bWaIw1IIIQr1iipsnd by L 0 0 WITT C OO OHIOAQO e