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S7ABth j Nr7 I rf k r 4 New XII No 7 14 1905 I 0 un J f 1 JIQ HAYDON 8 B THOMPSON Jr tp try 1 i 3c all kinds of Fanera- M PHONE 53 I OUR rSPJtlNGFJEl county seat of Vahiagton County 52 miles south Mt of iexinpton 59 miles froni- LbMyi11COI1i Bartown branch of Io ifcviUean Naohrville railroad in j a farming and agricultural J district b Two Banks1telegrapit tind telephone tines express office flour milts lumber jard pop ation110Q population of county 15000 Representative iu Congress Hem D fl Smith Hodfjenyille Ky RepresentatiVe in Keutuckj Legis lature Hon W D Claybroolce Representative in State Senate Hon Sarry I atfcaster LebanonKY County Directory J J t V CIRCUIT COURT CircSft Courtbeginson the fourth Moadaf in February May and OctO Ms I UThurmanJUdg0 i R LDurham Commonwealth At 6Wyi CT f Mteampbell C1 rkt9 M GV fceachman Master Commlss Fj4 J2l r QUARTERLTV COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third jCqnday in each mouth aJJfr 1itsey Judges itp 2 BOUNTY COURT 7 County dUrt meets Ofl the fourth Monday iflTeh mouth t tijr lLLtheyJudge j tiraHKdker County Clerk r x jTiiSpIayes County Attorney JjGeo CatlettJailer c1 Q dyron RichardTsha Sidney os r r RH Mullican etj DeputlcvI Ed Masters 1 resF Moore County1 Surveyor 3I Royalty Assessor Fr P OBryan Deputy JfJRJUUCll Noe Treasurer 7 JM Montgomery Coroner 31W Bush Snpt of Common schools PO SpringfieldI CITY COURT James R Noe Police Judge John Grass Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney t JUSTICE COURT jutice Courts are held in January April July and October Church j METHODIST CHURCH Rev J C Hdskinison Pastor Sec vices oathe Firstand Third Suudavs in each month at 11 a inand73O p tri Sunday atlO amSundaySchool every f Prayer meeting every Wednesday eight fj1 tRev P F Hennessay Pastor Serl Vicckevery Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock jinir Services atSt Rcse same hour v CHRISTIAN CHURCH ReVW T Walden Pastor Service COd and fourjh Sunday in each mouth PRESBYTERIAN GHURCHj Rev T D atimer Pastor Preaching every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 pm Sunday school every e Snnday at 10 am Prayer meeting evt Thursday evening at 7 oVJock BAPTIST CHURCH Rev Wm Harrison WiUiams Pastor Preaching every Snnday at iJ am u4 745 pm Sunday School every Sihdayat93O am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 745 oclock SF t Fraternal Orders MASONIC LODGE Sprjngfleid lodge JNo50 meets first dud third Mouday teach month ash 1111 on R A Chapter No 57 meets every secon4 Tuesday rSprinpfield Council jNo 52 meets on J very to rtb Monday lfJNIGIITS of THE MACAHEKS Meet J In tfil Ucdtiday in each mon s j i1 Willeurean J d tuINUPODIR tL L VlrIt Zaail1 t FrGfer w iiii =to work ftlMpIiu14I e CfM t lief ad tIM Wl owteL l XHE NE SLEADERJ SerieirVo1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER IfriaOiJctThompson LJNDERTAKERS SAWDEMBALMERS DIRECTORY CrpakeSherifft Directory CATHOLICCHURCH FOLEfS KIDNEY CURE tbetondfoVrtrqablL eMrQire iddro 3WfaSW ww liiNiiroW ihiWm Uii- II 1 I A ROUND OITJ1LIN ftMa i MOO9I l The Trail Ballad that won Lewis and Clarkprize The call comes strong and insistent Put of the west or bark trailBlazedOn with the blanket and saddle Ride like the devil possessed Swift on the way nightand day Hit the trail to the west Sting of the wind In our faces Crunching of hoofs on sand Whateer betide pausb jot but ride Straight to the promised land Whiteness of sails on thjoceant Gleaming of gold in the hills Glory of grain on the harvest wain Curling of smoke from the mills Off with the saddleand blanket Kindle our hearth fires spark Heres all hail to the westward trail Blazed by Lewis and Clark Mrs A A Liqdslay ia T TANTEDO A N PiDATES1 l There is raha peculiar condition of affairs among the Republicans of this counfy as regards candidates for the coun ty offices to be Voted for at thee ction in Novembe Contrary to what is usually the case in such circumstances no one ap pears to want to ofjer as a can didate for any of the offices on theticket What makes the matter more strange toois the fact that the general opinion seems to prevail thst theRepuh licans would stand a good chance to win in the couiity this year if they would put out a good ticket and go to work jit so happens however that the available timber for candidates ap pear to be exceedingly scarce It is regarded as a very strange state of affairs In other coun ties where the Democratic ma jority is considered overwhelming the Republican put out a ticket alldpresevet1 organiza tion but in this county wbere the result is alway considered in doubt the Republicans appear totally indifferent as to the outcome l Jj mOWN EEIoNTheelect- ion of officials for the city of Springfield comes off at the regular election iji November but as yet there Jsji very little being said about it It is the first regular election to be held since Springfield b camea city of the Fifth class A Board of Councilmen is to be elected It is to consist of sii meiribers besides a mayor There will probably not be any peat rush to get on theticket as councilman as there is really not much in the office and good deal of work if one does his duty In any event there is not likely to be any contest over the places and probably one ticket containing the names of good citizens of the town will be named and elected The Board of Councilmen will have the appointInentof several other city officials besides the power to mdke laws for the town Springfield is progress ing there will doubtless be in the near future some matters ofI importance te beacted on by tie Board and it is t6 the interest pf the town of course that none but goodmen who will have the nIterest of the town at heart bg elected I f- Q OIIVENIR EDIp1obne of JO the very best specimens of 9 souvenir supplement which has ever come to our notice is that just published for the Ma Falcon The matternon con tamed therein is carefully pared and Lebanons b sinessI interests are thoroughly Differing from most of the special or souvenir editions this really contains something be sides advertising matter and should be of real benefit to the town as an advertisement The credit for the dtion is due to Mr M F Hetheririgton who devoted about two months to getting the matter up The printing of the number was done in Louisville and is exceedingly well done tre1 a C ldIn one day Take Laxative Bromo Quinnie Tab lets All druggists refund the money Iif It fails to cure E W Groves gnat JS on eaehbox 25c wQJn 2Surveying Work on the Cumberland and IfTorthern Railway lurvey is progressing satisfactorily Presi deniAzbill and his force reached Perryvilte last w eki and are now engaged in surveying to ward Harrodsburg from Perry yule They were as far out as the McDowell farm Wednesday They will survey out five miles this way and will then survey out from Perryville five miles toward Danville After that lthey will move their camp to Harrodsburg andj complete the survey to this city Mr Geo W Edwards cashier of the Bank of Perryfhlle was here Tuesday and sa4l to The Democrat that he thqjught Mr Azbill and his men were making good progress Hethought that there would be no great trouble in securing the rights of way on either side of Peryyille Mr Edwards expressed great confi dencein the roads being built He formerly lived at Lebanon and is familiars with the great volume of freightage which the new road can secure He visi ted Lebandn a few days ago and founi strong evidences of confidence in road being Jbuilt among tile well informed but conservative business men there Mr Edwards said that the line would first be surveyed to HarI rodsburg and afterward to Dan vple President Azbills sonI Mr Paul Azbill is with the party He is a lawyer andrii giypg his aid to individuals and committees in securing right pf vayETDernorat Bows TillS coffer OnaHundred Dollars Reward for any c seof Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure FJ Cheney OoT featJTtC We the undersigned have known F J Cheney for the last 15 yearsand believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to catry 6ntanyobUgations made bV his firm WAIDIXG KINNAX MAKVIX WholealeDruggists Toledo0l Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Internally acting directly upoQ the blood and mucous surfaces of the system Send for list of testimonials Sold by Druegists 75c Take Halls Family Pilla for consti pation City Ordinance At a regugar meeting of the city counsil of the cityof Springfield Kyheld at the regular meeting place in the city of Springfield Ky on the 5th day of September ISOp the following ordinance was passed The city council of the cRy of Springfield Ky does ordUin as follows That the property ownersof the city Springfield Ky facing Doctor street en the7 1ast side thereof beginning at Main street jand running thea with east sde of Doctor street to Highstreet be and they are hereby ordeIed put on said Doctor street in front of their respective properties a side walk and curbing said side walk to be 15 feet wide to be paved with good concrete or good hard brick and alongItt Uo be not less than 4 feet in length 5 inches in thickness and 2 feet in width Sec 2 Said side walk and curbing to be put in and paid for byproperty owners facing on said street each properly owner to put in and pay fc r that por tion in front pf his property See 3 Said side walk and curbing must be pjt in and fin up before the 1st day of 1511ed 1Q05 4 Ifany portion of said kide walk and curbing herein or dered to be made and put in reo mains unfinished on the list day jot November 1905 then same will be made and put in by the city and a lien will be retained upon and intorced agajnst the property facing GU said street for the cost thereof as provided by law Sec 5 Said curbing shall be put in and said sidewalk graded uirler the immediate supervision and direction of the City Etfgi neer wWe services will be1 paid lot by thb city ISo J Smock Mayor Attest b F Wharton Glerk Shotiq Affray Jamie Allen and Colie Hinkle the liveryman engaged in an al- tercationt at the latter s stable last Sunday It seems that Allen desired to hire a rig and when it was refused to him he grew angry and made a remark that was resented by a blow from Hinkle At this Allen drew a pistoll and fired twice at Hinkle without effect Bystanders in terfered and the disturbance was quelled The affair created a good deal of excitement At his Mohday Allen was held over to Circuit Court on a bond of200 which was readily furnished Standard 6HlirORJNS fAre ill Proves a BIS Success and At iracts a Lar c Crowd The Childrens Fair which took place at the Fair Grounds last Saturday was a success be yond all expectations and a crowd of between 600 and 700 people assembled at the grounds during the afternoon to witness the exhibition given bythe children who participated There were inall nineteen rings and some of them were quite novel and afforded considerable amuse ment to the crowd Mrs C C McChorU took an actiye part in the carrying to a successful end the fair for the children and as quite a nice sum of money was clearedl the Childrens Fair will probably become an annual vent and be produced on a more elaborate scale next year Be low isl complete list of the premiums PREMIUMS AAVARDED Cow any age 1 Albert Kimball 1st Frank MqVVhorter 2nd Calf under one y earold 50c Bob Parrott Colt under one year old 1 Albert Kimball Best saddle horse 82 John McChord 1st Chas McChord 2nd Bicycle rider 2 Jim Cox 1st Rob Russell 2nd Boy rider under tiffeon years 2 A R Sliultzi 1st CleV BobI lit 2od Girl rder under fifteen years to be accompanied j6y escort Special premium offered by Mr Juan Lond ta 2iLouise Haj don 1st Harvey YanArsdale 2nd StickHorseRingSpCedbtyle and endurance considered lider must be unde twelve years old 2 VanA sdale Npe 1st Boblitt 2nd LlcstGirlStick Horse Rider SarahSmockv Turnout Rink Horse or horses harness I and vehicle general appearance of ladiEis and gentle then to be considered to be driven bya lady or gentleman accompanied by lladiesor gentlemen 2 Frank Peters 1st Miss Margaret McChord 2nd Dog RingFor hainess pur poses to be shown to appro priate vehicle 1 Stith NOB 1st Grundy Mayes 2nd Roadster Ring Consideration speed style and endurance Special premium off red by Re- P F Hennessey 3 A R Schultz Most beautifully decorated pony turnout 5 Margaret Mc McChord 1st A R ShuitZj 2nd Lady rider to be accompanied by escort 2 Mrs 0 C Me Chord 1st Mrs HughNpe 2nd Baby King 3oloredHand somest baby under two years old 2 Miss Starks 1st layman Edelen 2nd Haness pony 2A RShultz 1st Miss Ma garet McChord 2nd Worst Turnoufring2 FM Carpenter 1st Lawrence OBrien 2nd Saddle Pony Joe Hundley 1st A R Shultz 2nd Sack Race Lewis Berry Double Team Chas Haydon numerous and Worthless Everything iia in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C heWitt Co of Chicago discovered some years ago how to make a sal ye from Witch Hdel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles eczema cpts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Sal e bap no equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DcWittathe genuIne SpW by all Druggist Cardwell Since our last report severalI new comers have been enteredI on the Cardwell list At the homo of Mr and MrsE E Young a fine boy also at the home of Mrs Richard Milburn a boy and to thet home of Mr J W White a girl Rev Mason preached at Mt Freedom church Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night Rev Summers filled his regular appointments ai Deep Creek and Batlo Saturday and Sunday reporting good services Hebe gana series of meetings wih the pastor Rev Hatchett at Beech Grove church Wednesday night the 6th inst The meeting of the Baptist Association convened with the Glens Creek church Thursday and Friday of last week Tier wasa large crowd in attendance The various churchet being well represented fyy members and messengers Dinner was bounte ously and yett served to allpfes eot and plenty was Jeft to have fed many more Several pf the pastors of the associatIOn represent as were also some visi tors Dr W P Harvey of the Western Recorder being among the number The Missionary Bro R L Baker of Pikeville Pike county who is partly under the employ of tthis association was present and it is neodless to sy that the impression Bro Raker made upon the people as an ablp rnestcoosEcracd sr vant df God was good The as sociation adjourned Fridiy at ooon to meet Lextyear with Sand Spring church Bro 3 W Abbott was chosen Moderator and Bro J H Hawkins Clerk M Goldman Pattersont Jr- nOvedast we olf having sold his property to Mr C R Lay The chbrch at Cornish ville will begin aseries of meetings on MondayVnisht after the third Sunday iinwis month The pas tort be assisted by neveJH ijurdine of Mt EJen Spencer county There is a picnic movement on foot with the Cornishville Cedar Grove Liberty and Chicken Coop schools to be held near Cornish underItmen as tteachers promises to be something interesting as well as beneficial Prof R L Shirley teacher of Cornish vilJ is quite enthusiastic over UfO project i Mr James Grugan and wife of near Alton Anderson county visited at Rev Summers Thurs lay night Also Rev W T Martin and R L Baker spent Friday night I H Si Summers ld to Wm Mathecly of Deep Creek a second hand buggy and harness for 515d People are busy housing to bacco cutting corn making sor ghum and stirring about in jen era Looks acts as feels yery much like frost Mr S 0 Milton and wife of Harrodsburg attended the asso ciation at Glens Creek Mr W L Graham boqght two fine jacks recently Price Private SIMPLE SIMON BollornsSloro As it has been some time sinc our little village was represented though news is very scare we will try and send in a few items J D Yankee bought of H B Po vell100 bushel of oats at 3E cents per bushel C M Coyle and wife are ihl Louisville tthis week buying theif fall goods Most of the farmers ai through cutting tobacco an4 some are cutting corn Several from this place attenL ded the Association at Bethlej hem last Tuesday and Wednesday Mr Thomas Salmon happened to a very serious accident of getting hill lower jawbone broke by being kicked by a mule We are glad to report Mrs Dick Graves who has been very law with fever is much better aft this writing Lois Yankee bought of J B Peters a nice bunch of sheep lit 5 per head also 1Q beadof bogs a of Gilbert HatcKett at fivecents per pound Mr Dee Sweeney and wife ate very sick witbtyphojd fever Seyeral from here aro antici pkttng the pleasure of attending ttie Lexington State Fair next week Bro Woods from H rrod burg iis conducting a protracted meet iit g at Beech Grove 1 D Yankee bought of differ atIa headSr5 Lois Yankee leaves for Denton Texas fora short visit the 20th o f this month BUZZARDS H GAYE Our PCjTcrlpilonInfl Place j A jhort time ago in company with a number of folly people I tolka trip through Buzzards Qave in Warren county and will Describe it for the readers of the lI ewsLeader In order to reach the cave we qad to malie our way down a steep bluff fringed with many shade trees Te entrance of tthe cave is large rind roomy The rocks at tbe topareof a t ose nature and constantly c ropping off and have heed far j ears but the bottom is grad i lily sinking and lit s teen ever since it wasfirst discovered and for this I wat somewhat uneasy while in this room It is paid that Buzzards made this room their abode when the county was first settled and it was from this tjhat the cave was named On 1eaving this room and turning tb the ea3t our guide led us through lji narrow opening into arlarge jroom and from this we passe- dtbrougha door into a room where the Waterert a laige spring flows out in abundance and it is As fine water as manever drank the basin is perfectly formed by nature From this wej passed into a narrow han and through a small opening into a room called cold storage where fresh mrat can be put in July jr August had it will keep fresh passedJntojording Room whore there are iuidreds of names written on its on walls We wrote our ames with the rest and marked Washington county and they were the only ones on the walls from this county that wje siiw We nOw entered the Flower Room add through a long whichIwe were not anxious to see The chair iis a perfect stone one and quite a curiosity to see Our guide insisted on us taking a seat in ihe chairbut we dc dined all of his persuasions We were now about 800 yards from the first entrance and as the way was small we decided that it was as far under thin earth as we wantedio be and for we would never be able to see Hillsboro again or the little woman that was at home anxious ly awaiting our return we retraced our steps towards the opening and were all smiles wben we again could see the sun On our next trip we expect to visit Elks Springs and Wolfs Sink each place is attracting quite a number of tourists The Mammoth Cave is also oh our schedule for a visit and ade Ay rs Ayers Cherry Pectoral quiets tickling throats hack ing coughs pain In the lungs It relieves congestion s- ubCherry Pectorall dues inflammation It heals strengthens Your doctor will explain this to you He knows allabout this cough medicine We haTe used Ayers Cherrr Pectoral In hinttroublesIns A Poitsaor Appleton Mum 25eSOcflJ jc ATXRCO nziF for Weak Throats J nriy v i tBy atntty lliPMrttv p ra tl1J 1 SUBSClIPTJQN r IOO YEAR r l r kL 4 1 tLO 1 Home M dijJ b fc o rHave your cake muffins andtca bfe 1t out homemade They Will b0 frrfi l d iiRoyalii wife to produce at home quickly and becfc+ nomically fine and tasty cake tlWM t ho biscuit puddings the irpstecT lays il l cake crisp cookies crullers crusts ad t muffins with which the readjnde A o4 t f found at the bakeshqp or grocery oii + i1 not compareckj rt fRoyalis the greatest of bakday help tc cJ 1 1li i YQWIfCO NtWYO K i joik I j scription of each place wa will give in the Leader Now as weare off for a trip we Will say good bye to the readers for a while LILAC Like Mil MODB7 findingmone sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irrita ton better actpromptlv like W 0 Barber of Sandy Level Va Re says I had terrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs bub after finding no relief iu other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery Jor Consumption coughs and colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medi cine in the world At Haydons drug store SOcand 1 guaranteed Trial bottle free fiankrnjic Notice In the istr ctOourtof the United States for the Wes tern District of Kentucky BANKRUPTCY r IBadgOn this 9th day of September A D lOOo on considcriPg the petition of the aforesaid bank rut for discharge filed onthe 29th day of June A D 1905 it is ordered by the court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 14th day of October A DM 1905 before said court at Louis yule in said district at 10 oclock in the ibenodn or as rear thereto as practicable and that notice thereof be published 1 time in NewsLeader a yews paper printed in said district and that al known creditors and other persons iin interest may IIandeII theprayer should not be granted Witness the Honorable Walter Evans Judge osaid Court and the seal thereof at Lonisvillr in said district oif the 9th day of Sep ember A D 1905 A G RONALD Clerk Public Sale of personal property THURSDAY oDilrJloiiu 14 i at 130 p m On the above date at my residence on the Lebanon and Springfield turnpike 3 miles from Springfield 1 will sell to the highest bidder my LIVE STOCK farming implements household and kitchen furniture TERMS QrvSALE Sums of o and under casb over that amount note with good security payable in six months and bearing inter est from dateR F MCELROY farm for Sale I wish to sell privately my farm containing 83 acres rlpca ted 2 miles north of Springfield be tween the WHlisburg iud Wal tons Lick turnpikes Hds house and barn On it and plenty of fruit and good water Contains some fine tobacco land For further particulars address MRS M A HENNESSY r R PDNo l Springfield Ky BLF ttlltri Mothersj careful df the iealtk f youbildres LOqk out forcats ceids croup and IJr s couik J Stop them in ties 0 te Cowih Cuiii tb bc t r BrmLe- ssd Wsaant 1 opIt- SoIdl73ijflgl a T Z t rScrugiv1JI x l J ft tJ t tAs unknown has diMpp u 4 ftWe willlet ou know w ihiifil lliving WilIiaburggayejsg- ood t ff reQomendatioiL 6f iaSUtiit 1 we are not ver j farJa dv oily 1 Iin regarJ to the cturcb We fhave no church in our inidit awe have a tie store s4 z gLmany hustliiag fji re Jcare erecting sosae BQW bniKTl4Bii 5 have fit e clops of tobacco licorn and we have lots of b ni iOne of our citizen carrdofjlliL blue ribbooat the co it7 flit ast we U onthefiM jpick ol t lii tomatoes We lsopaY fiNf 1 school with a good Tatte UiWf lf b tUnk we will have to treel a kindergarten in the near ivt nj ru as there arc more littleOMC UMM our teacher can ajanage towty h she iis very gaIidJpti nt wkl manages Ibemnicely v 1 There willbeabox aajiptc It Breckenridge schf ol howM tfiA arday eveningSept 9 r Ttyi one invited Girli iDK a biand come and haa good tii Mr John Reynolds tt refr turned tj bis hc 3 i Chk jIJJJ We are very jcrrj to M 4q Mr Reynolds bullish him c r cess iii his busi SiiMr Johnie Hays has ptrclMHMdL Mr Reddicks tobacco crop Mi j U Reddick informs us he willi gO t the city soon he says hefcasa i jquite enough experience iafarml l hing Mr Thomas Gains ha3 Ixwi f fjbutwei again 4 l f jWIMr R S Hardin and faii1 it tended the association ci ttM f Baptist denomination at B4fcl hem Tuesday and WdejkjQuite a crowd of ycwmjr ioikji from Polin passed throufh p r vicinity Sunday e enuig wircm i ito Willisburgio htarAndjiKiikt ston preach but they were ii1 ji appointed for the ckurch 1iuA notified Mr Pinkston ott to comeYMr Hugh CrJbU3h MUeS DOJT jtj CrouQti Mabel Kctljii Madelai flying trip to Wiliiabury aiiaj f evening 1 see some one nts paita viii take itirregard to the wiMMr M the blue ribbon oa the toats i at the cpuntiair it wp Mrs A l VBeddipk thtj wait Ofct premium The 1oaboa frfjir in MrJJ Rtddicka fardtii ad are conaiderpd the iMit thrift are in this oeifhlxri oC i We are very sorry to Iwwr tjjf the death of Ait Fi y Ketjl ing but glad tiTcnojr her fcooM is With tIM bright celMikl band She wM a lf QWaDl lived alone but wsMways b1g4It i and che rfalShe was a goad mother a kind iieif bovt MMl a devoted chrktian he w pl T9 greatly missed by her faiaUy iiwl irieais but abe gave as ithe sji ssiranci that our loss W ta N Heafeiisgaia To the brydcbildrenwsWo1dsay stip i ofc 1 pa ther lias only font before awl 1 cia atyer rtur M ailotMv be Mrs ICMliq depat4fthis life Jkttf ae Br rijwtrellaoxtinockbecaaetery awati j P I i 1iri Ipi Trsfwsdae c rr AA rw 7 i Iff NEWSLEADER R Y PUT1DU AQ O SPM1ICFIELD KY DAYI9NJ i aci P4 44ee ceits p 4 1klp es 4UUcalrnatteiJob wwt 1S do at Jrates but cal c ft fafict c flJvoj Cf1CCdS i T b 11Iirf1bcrJ0 IIbs it rs Ii t JWMIJH t riwa1krM4 h 2W t7 eaoti Ji 50 ItIhij 1CJO if t cfIY IIAT JPJ14 05 ili6Z z authorized tonnounc Jit L cW C MUDD TIi Wi aa Idepe1ent Democratic can k HiteAfeiQr Magistrate in the Freder No 9 DIs iEgj 1905 1 1 J Aii cci4tfltwhiqh was almost te dMitocti e to life as the Rus aitit giT occurred ini the Japa- MHiyy wlien Hie Japanese tt4Uthip Mikasa Admiral Tofp s flagship was destroyed 1 fy Ire and the explosion of her iM Mitee causing the loss of 599 ii7W Adsalrali Togo was not on j tr thSsTMse1S tj N Tfe iylIOJfeverl sithatioiap- r lfyiar tobe well under control Muid t6 number of new cases arei r growing less every day Only f f three deaths were reported l i Ttt day Pb authorities are X iMiiHgevery effort at protection Tspiidofthe infec j l Jjibn Lii lo lot leiwi f i Tol y1 Co Chicago originated Be 4T and Tar as a throat and lung ri Cec1Y1and on acconnt of the great t r- Wf iii4yr it and r poyu1aritvofFoIeySHOfleI fOr the giHulae Ask for Foleya 1ei 3ioi iT lTar and refus any sub Si4gte oferea as 1 other preparation I Ii will jfTve7 the same satisfaction It is idlAlyUwatCve It contains no opiat- ss7Jt aid iiI R est for children and delicate T The Red Cross If yieo s For sate by Dkiig Store 1J McIl1IRE- I Those that are on the sick list areMr R A Molntjre Misses 3 IAIic Blandford Nettle OBrian and Mrs LeeCJrsbonh iotSid TohnsonbOught of Jeff t i Opaniel 80 ewes at5per head Wot Wheatley bought of Monroe = Newton one mare at 150 Wright Smtb of Gassburg I shipped a load of stock to Louis t ville last Saturday sold to Dr + i Cleveland Hill l Wright df Gasshurg one rubber 1 tire buggy Price unknown r M RobI3landford and wifeol f J Louisville continue the guests of il relatives MC Marlon Wrren and wife of Davis county are yisiting the latters parents Mr T M Bland Mbrd cdi yv Several of the boys enteredI Yi school at Gethsemani last week V rAmong them were MesSr Lennie- Melntire Bert KidwellCleveland- rJrtl i I Parker Badget Anthony Mattitigly Edd Cambrpn John OBrian and Mr Cusic Several from here attended tho QRale of Mr Fred Hill MJhe teleplione seems to be the gossip of the day S Squire Mudd sold his farm to SJoe riigdon of dardins Creek r iPrice unknown t I lIo Unuleashnt Ellcts- r fYOU ever took DeWitti Risers for bUiousifefis or constipation 1i bu know what pill pleasure i3 These I amOUR little piUs cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without t producing unpleasant effects Sold by all Druggists farmJor ale I want to sell iny arm known tlas the Will Thdmpson farm sit uated three quarters of a mile 1 from Kelleys Shop in Pleasant SGre neighborhood on Willis h burg pike containiug 155 acres The place luis a good six room dwelling good tobacco andrstock barn well watered 4nd well fenced About 60 acres in cul ttvation balance in grass some r 3 gdocl tobacco land There is a t large lot of locust post timber Jp growing on the place Futt fur ther particulars call oij J WWA1LSv- 17 R F Do q Springfield E i GiV ilu1l ioPie B Spiegel 1204 N Virfiinfa St Evansville tnd writes For over i i1sC years 1 was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused iiLt 0IiC iriio abiMMk JlW9fk entirely0Ibad tire Dt the iist physicians who di- ie d j 1I0 good a dl Vra practicallr given pto4Je 3Fol yi Kidney Cure Waa pecoMIeF6I4 ttke trst bottle pave i j 1rst rtStf and after taking the 0cood betU I was entirely cured I Uoid by TbC Bed Crof DriS Store r w ir iddiW WfifiH fli o owwoa jj ews from The County j 2 I Ii llapperi Among the aunty Peo U- asiii Reported by our Correspondents i 3 oo Pleasant Grove Garland Thompson and wife have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to friends and relatives here J1jJames Thompson who has re cently accepted a position jjn Lebanon came home Saturday 3lor a short tay with hIs mother Mr Jobunte Wall visited friends In Lawrenceburg last weelr Charlie Henderson and Worley Lis y of Hanodsburg wore the guests of Misses Lizzie Mae Gregory and Roe Montgomery Sunday Mr Frank Moore and mother of Stringtowu are visiting Mr JeF Gregory and family this week A good browd from h reat tended tbe Childrens Fair at Springfield Saturday All opine ions are good It has been pro nounced a success and the pro moters are to be congratulated Miss mien Gregory leffc for Hictiolasville Monday where she will attend college this xear Vacation is oyer the old students are returning to their studies and new ones are following This Feaves Pleasant Grove in v rybadcondition socially LArvin Nos traveling salesmen for the American Tobacco Qo in the State of Ohio is at home to visit his family Mr Harry Thompson andVfe spent Sunday with his brother S PThompson The Ragtackers Union will meet with Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory Thursday Miss Lill VanArsdJale is attending school in Springfield The Ladies Aid Society will give an ice cream supper at the nome of Mrs L M Gregory on Wednesday Jiigbt September 20 for benefit of the Pleasant Grove I church Mr Jack Thompson of In dianapolis is here to visit friends and relatives A country newspapeir correspondent is about on a ppr with a book agent He is abused a good dnal and bHssod little we are even charged with saying things sometimes that are not truthful this tone is more than some folks will stand for but it is only a starter for us Mr John Polin left Tuesday for St MaryKy to attend school SRoy Walt id in Lawrenceburg to visit friends Miss IVcola Bifown of Spring field is visiting Miss Elina Leachman N Mr MG eacbman who has been ill with a complication ol diseases1forhe past month is at French Uck Springs and we are very sorry to say is no better Miss Mary Agnes Hmes has gone to Springfield where she will attend school this year PUNCH rCnred ot iBrlihl3 BiScaee Geo A Sherman Irfisbon Kd Mills Lawrence co tf Y writes I had kidney diseasoj for many years and had been treat d by phyfrcians for twelve yeatsjhad jakcn a well known kidney medicine and other Yemfcdkis that were recotrriiended but got no ro Jjef until Ijpegan using Foleys Kid ney cure TJhefirstihalf bottle relieved me and four bottles have cured me of 1tHis terrible disease Before I began taking Follys Kidney Cure I had to make water about every fifteen min utes day and night and paaseda brick dust subalatjce and somtimes a slimy substance I believ llwould lhave dieoUf fhad ottakcnFo eys Kidney cure Sold byThe Tied cross Drug Store Willisbup yIMrs J M Browr daughter ani son have returned tto Louis ville after spendhg the summer with her parents Miss Mae Bell Gibbs has gone to Har x dsour where she will enter the Graded scbool at that Thousands pave Kidney Trouble and Dont Know it How To Find Out Fill a bottle or common glass with your water and let it stand twentyfour hours a setIitunhealthy condi i fjYtion of the kld iiYi if it stains liLrLL1Li IIneysyour linen if Is evidence of kid sJI1neT trouble too desire to pass It or part in the back is also bladderWhat to Do There is comfort in the knowledge so R SanrpRuIfiI1severy theIpartofInabUltytopassingItliquorwineorbeernecessity of being compelled to go often timesduringeffect f soonhwonderfuli thebesttP You may have a sunple bottle of this wonderful discovery fKand a book that tells more about Jt bith sent absolutely free by jnall faddcessDr kiiIn c J orswpnet Ff When writing men Uon reading this epfrpua offer m this paper nq4q4 place This is h6r second term and we wish her success Miss Luia Merritt has returned home after spending sevecal months with her sister in Lou Isville Homer Hughes spent Sunday with is moTher at this place Rev Williams of yountown preached an elpciuent serrnoaat the church at this place last Friday night His can was very unexpected the crowd was small but we appreciated his kindness and cordially invite him back again He yas itt our midst in behalf of a new Baptist church at this place Miss Verna Rogers of Feri wick will act as governess in the home of Mr T J Miller this fall Miss Rogers iis u very intelligent young lady and will be ofgreat benefit to Mr Millers children We are sorry to report Tarner Scruggs very ill at this writing Be is not expected toiive many days Merritt Burton of your town was in our little village Sunday Dr Wells Lester GibbSj Oscar McIlvoy and several others attended the box party given by theyoung ladies at Scruggsville Saturday night They all report a splendid time We will give Lilac an answer to his question he asked souae time ago It was this Why was our town su much like the Chicago Heights We suppose because we hive such an accomplished physician by the name Heights Hyatt Mrs Nora Fpster spent sever at days with Mrs Ivan Gary at Tatham Springs last week We understand the protracted meeting will begin at this place Sunday night with Revs Young and Lowen to do the work We will report again next week r PARTNERS i ire Yon EDDIE Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage many quarrels can be avoided by peep ing their digestions in good con dition with Electric Bitters S At Brown of Bennettsville S C says IJFor years my wife suffered intensely from dyspepsia complicated with a torpid liver untill she lost her strength and vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she trie Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy u C J Haydon druggist sells and guarantees them at 50c a bottle KHIsboro sour regular correspondent is absent will jot down a few items Mrs Larkin Dean died at her home of a complication of dis eases on last Friday morning he baa been a sufferer for al- mostte year she realized her condition and was ully prepared to go to the Great Bpyond She was 49 years of age a consistent member of the Baptist church She leaves a husband one daughter Mrs Sam Moutgomery two sons George and Creath to mourn her death Her remains were interred at RdckBridge the following day We extend sym pathy to the bereaved family The sjnging school closed at this place last Sunday Mr Ho man has many friends inthis community he alwas gives Satisfaction when he has afechool at this place Mrs Anna Godby and little daughter are visiting relatives at Fairfield Miss Dovie Scruggs and little brother Cuitiso1 Pulliam are visiting the little folks at Mr Ben Mcllyoy Mr ijiarsbajll iteeling and fam fly and Oph Settles were visiting at Fairview several days last week Quite a number of young peo pIe from this place attended the box party given by Miss Cara Shepard at tthe Breckenridge school house last Saturday night Dr Oscar Shewnaker has returned to Louisville after a few days stay at home Rev Ezra Sutherland is hold irlg a protracted meetin in War run county and reports a grand and glorious meeting He will hold a serie8 of meetings in Adair county in October Mr CharlieSimsof Willisbnrg was in our midst Sunday after noon Mr Ballard Settles and Miss Eva Inman spent Saturday with Miss Pearl Barr at Springfield Several of the boys at this place contemplate going West soon Mr Ben Mcllypy and family spent ast Saturday wilh W P Scruggs and family hear Willis burg What has become of the North Bqnd corresponde r ScrusvIIIcM- zssgs t OlliQ EalisHti Carey of Polin ereHlie pleM ant guests of Miss Leftie Bishop M Saturday night and Sunday Mr George Gaines of Casey county visited at his fathers M is Gaines this week Mr Hart Etberin ton and JohnMvisited Mr Walter Crouch wife Sunday andjj The box supper at ridge school house on last Saturday night which was given for a beneficent purpose and con Shepherdteacher wen as successful affair Qiite a number ofnice boxes had been prepared which sold fairly well from which the amount of 17 was realized Much credit is managementofW Clark of Willisburg lbyvillpof M V Crouch Sunday night Miss Julia Parks of Danville and Miss Ora Carney of Moores ville attended the box supper and were the welcome guests at the home of T J Carpey Mrs N Hendrew of this pac and Mrs W L Brawley Mrs sPQntFridaywith Several of the citizens from this place attended the Sale atI Polin Saturday 11ways ucuessfnk V henjndigetstion becomes chronic itis4dangerous Kbdol PysuepaiaUure will cure indigestion and all troubles resulting tbeiefrom thus preventing Cafarrhof the Stomach Dr New brough of League W Va saysuTo those suffering from indigestion or sour stomach Ii ould say there is tic better remedy than Kodol Dvspeysia Cure Ihave prescribed it for a num ter of my patients with goodencceas Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and makes the stomach sweet Sold by all Druggists Valley HiLl l Mr Jno Virgin of Maudvisi ted relatives inthis section last week S P Derringer and wife of Springfield visited Mr MW placeFridayQuite a crowd attended the childrens fair last Saturday All report a delightful time Mrs Paralee Hardin of Louisville continues the guest ofr her sister Mrs T C Tatum off this place Mr W FMoranwho has been ill of Malaria for quite a while is conyalescent at this writing Mr Ulysses S VanDyke andI wife of near Bradfordsville Marion county visited at Oat Hill last week Mrs VanDyke nee Miss Mary Guihrie has many friends and relatives in this section whom she visitedi often prevous to her marriage last December We wish to announce that the ice cream supper to be given by Miss Pearl Goatley Friday nightt Sept 15 will be held at thei school house instead of at her home as reported last week Preparations are made for a de lightful time and plenty of cream- for i the most fastidious All arE invited Mary Katharne Reed aged 3 years daughter of Mr Thos Reed and wife of this place died on last Monday morning after a lingering illness of cholera in fantura Her remains were laid tordst in the Camp Ground cemetery the following day ut 11 oclock by the side of her dear little brother who had gone before her only two short weeksr ago Mr Reed and wife have the profound sympathy of thej writer and the heartfelt condol ence of the community UNO A Gold Settled ID His Kidim A J Jennesse 9201 Butler StCbi cago writes 1 am switchman add am out In all kinds of weather I took a cold which settled in my kidneys and I was in bad shape I tried sevr eral advcrtiaed remedies vith no benc fit until I was recommsnded l to try Foleyp Kidney Cure Two thirds ofI a bottle cured me Sola Cy The Red CrossDlng store MAUD Miss Fannie Dawson of Bleom field began school at this place Monday with a good attendance Miss Dawson is a bright young lady and we predict for her success Mss Nancy Shehan entered school at Bardstown on last Monday IMrs Peter Shehan and daugh ters Misses Josie and Lill Mrs Jennie Barlowo and Mrs Neale LIrrroutmallMessrs Will Huston and Nat Bricken visited friends m Leba non Sunday Miss Maymie Neale has returned home after a pleasant visib to Miss Clandia Neale of Maple Boll Mrs Henry Wilson is lying at the point of death at the home of her daughter Mrs Jno Dod son near here Mi E S Goatley wfe ar d little sons enjoyed a watermelon treat at the hospitable home of I T jiii Democratic Candidates TheJollowing gentleman were declared the nominees of their party fopjthe respective county office at the Democratic primary held in Washington county August 6th 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Reps nt ClerkWeF tive W D or Shr itIJ S Bookerjj Supt of SchoolsJ For JailerGeo D For AssessorT P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomer Mr Hamilton Shehan Snnda afternoon Wo were pleased to sre tht smiling face of Mr Frank Af nold ot Maple Hill in our midi Sunday afternoon Mr Eugene Shehan and siste Miss Laura will reenter schojol jn Louisville shortly Mr Calrrol Allen was here Sunday afternoon to see his be t girl A number from here are ar ticipating thepleasure of attfinci mg the Ice cream supper at ti i Valley Hill school house evening Frldr Mrs Crawford of Michigan is the guest of her sister Mrs Z C Andrews here Attacked BvaMoba and beaten iia tVlabor riot un il covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor appliedI Btickiens Arnica Salve and was sodn sound and well 111 use iitt in my family writes G J Wekib of Tekonsha Micheiandfind it perfect Simply great for cuts and burns Only 25c atHav dons drugstore fontractorsNotice Bids t will be received at my office in Springfield upUn ali noon on Saturday September 30 for the construction of a con crete sidewalk on the West si le of Court Square Springfield a distance of about 200 feet For further information call on- TSMAYES County Attorney WvC Dr VVeavev TreatmEnt fijrnp parUlM we blood Cerate bull kla eraotioni I Alarming Statistics eft reoejnmeeting by every person in Danville andI Boyle county because it is of vital importance to every oiei withini borders of each Itt says inthe u h this board is usinga dI urging every reasonable precau tipn against yellow fever sist that other diseases v tract little public notice I wefffjr more practical our people Sickness is of importance to anypeople from their unreasoning rears as it affects their sick and death rate Typtfoid fever lor in st4nce an easily preyentable filth jioKeDtuckYlow fever has done in all tee years since Daniel Boone made hs first visit During the year 1903 the last one for which the figures have been complied wilh ieyeral l counties making fio re IInsIound13303 cases with 1579 deaths as against 1508 cases of the low fever in New Orleans duri ig the present epidemic with 522 deaths Considered purely as an epidemic problem the feature it least thought of by most p ofI pie typhoid lever is as important to Kentucky as yellow ve is tt9 Louisiana because typhoid fever is one of our everyday jlo mestic pestilences A FAMOUS REMEDY T cured MY cough with Cernsn Syrup F IfAnIm cells finer tcanerer Ive been tIThe poor consumptive should notj be the victim of experiment as he often is but the moment the dread disease maul leafs its presencelie sholld be given IDo schees German Syrup a pure nonalcoholic medicine titat is uiade specially for the cure of consumption and has a world wide fame as a certain remedy for catarrh colds coughs croup sore throat xicl ngofit is sold in all civilized countries and has been famous as a consumption cure centuryTrIa1 bottle 750 At ill druggist throughout the world I To Cure a Cold to One 0 ty CM Crip Taks Laxative Bromo Quinine TIIiIbA ci viy I IswHWRI pest 12 ousbe TWI eI9C wi i 23 1 j itzL4fi REAL ESTATE FOR SAL iFL By McElroy 1 Wharton r ltl i Reid state Dealers SPRINOHELD KYt lJJ 50 130 acre farm situated 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling house stock and tobacco barn Price 3000 51 220 acre farm located d miles mostlyIntwogoodbarnssch ol Price 4250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 7J miles from Springfield first class Improvements of every kind 8 room dwelling first class stock and tobacco barns good orchardand plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile fromtownr all In good state of cultivation lays well ana mostly in grass right on thepike Price37 per acre 54 Farm of175 acres 61 miles from Springfield on good puke First class improvements of every kind al in grass lays well and is well fenced S35 per acre 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike good im provementsithree good barns nearly lays well Price 40 per acre 56 Good farm 140 acres 3f miles goodhpuseandwatered 45 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 2jj miles froni town 230 acres nearly all in grass 60 acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all In blue grass niCe s room dwelling 2 good stock barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 850 per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 jniles from goodlandgood small dwelling and barn Price S30 peracre 59 181 acres of land 1 mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barn vfell fenced and watered 850 per acre 60 acre farm 61 miles from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre A 61 130 acre firm 5 miles from Blrdstown on plke good 7 room dwelling good barn tOxSO good out buildings fine orchard 500 trees IngrissPrice62 Farm of 208 acres S miles east of Bardstown all lays well 133 acres cleaned 75 acres In white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 62000 fromSpringfieldprice 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile fr om Mackvillei cri the pike good well lug Jjarnj and outbuildings well fenced and watered mostly inblue THE D INTY WASP Apparntu IVltli Wlilcli lie 3Iakc liii Cuitipllentcil Toilet Wasps ale exceedingly dainty In their habits says a writer In the Til grim and In order that they may gratify their instinct for neatness to tho 1utmost nature has provided them with a set of marvelously delicate comb nrid brushes If we look closely at tho wasps legs we will find that each bears on its outermost long Jolut two small movable spines known as the apical spurs and It we examIne these with a magnifying gtossv each is seen to be provided rith a row of fine teeth so that the apparatus answers for a coarse and flue toothed comb The tidying UI process consists of various perfectly definite steps usually taking place In a 1mrtlcularsciuenee First it passes both front legs oVer the face froiii above downward and after repeating this movement sowral tlmls draws them through the Jaws This Is tp remove any orclgn substance which may have collected on then The legs nrc then passed biickwarilj front the forehead much as tve should suiboth back our hair Th wings are then stroked again and again from the base tto the tip although the most careful ob server would tall to detect anything upon them The abdomen iId next carefully stroked from base to tip until every balr point In tire right direction and a gloss as fine as satin is attained Last of all each of the six legs in turn is laboriously drawn between two of Its fellows so the wasp Is oucemorercady to fac6 Its world A Story of Vn liIiiK oii George Washingtons head gardener was from some European kingdom where he had worked In the royal grounds But coming to America he left1 hid Avlfe bphludi Uouie Iickuesa for his gude womans fueesoan Ue gait to prey on him end Washington noticed the anxious eye and drooping spirits of hist servant Finally the man went dowu to the rlCpr and declared his Intention of shipping to the old country when who should como up and lean Over the side of a newly ar rived vessel but his wife The kind- heartedl general had secretly sent for tire woiiSJu and sha fortuualcly surprised her loving husband In one of his fits of despondency A Startled Guest Mine Tattl took elaborate precau ItiowrngullLIt I sil g row before dawn to open his bedroom window Immediately there was a vlolout riilgiug of bells In different parti of the castled Tlie Vlsltorltuade hits way downstair only to find bin self in Imminent danger of being lac- crated by a whole troop of snapping and snarlIng dogs It turned out that he had unwittingly set the divas patent burglar traps gohjg the dogs being released trout their chains by an electric connection with the window Got Off heaD He may well think he has got off cheap who alter having con tracted constipation or indigestion is still able to perfectly re store hs health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New bite Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache constipation etc 25c at Haydons drug store guaranteed J grass locust postsrt price 30 per acre 64 63 acres located 3 miles tram Mackyillej new 6 room dwelling all new outbuildings good barn plenty new laud well fenced and in good state of cultivation Price 83600 66 121 acres located 5 miles from Springfield near the pike good house and tenant house Rood stock barn and tobacco barn 100 acres in grass 3600 milefrom6 room dwelling good barn cistern at both house and barn will fenced desirable home Price S30 per acre 68 263 acre farm located 7J miles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barn and other olttbuLldings Plenty tobacco land 20 acres bottom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 27150 per acre 69 14C farm 2niUes north of WilHsburg good room owelling pood stock and tobacco barn first class tenant house easy payments price S20 Springfieldbarn and all necessary outbuildings 3250 per acre 71 134 acres located in Nelidn county 21 miles from Maud two small houses good barn well watered and mostly in grass Si5pel acre Springfield outbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price S600Q 73 76 acres three miles from blrnJllJin7c 96 acres three miles frrm Mack rule mostly in grass plenty tobacco land good house and barn Erice 2250 75 1221 acres located close q room1weUinJtbarnoftob cco Kind aiimin grass price 25 7G 140 acres 21 miles from WilUs burg good dwelling good stock and tobacco barn 30 acres timber farm well watered Price 830 per acre 77 f06 acres 2 miles from ifackvillo all in grass 6 room dwelling stock barn milk house and meat house plenty of fruit of all kinds Price 25 per acre 78 116 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhOOdjgcod Improvement Til and is well fenced and watered Price 850 Springfield rpringf1tldland 8 acres timber price 500 r r Si 90 acres 7 miles from Spriri tdfield on little beech r S acre of botto land 12 acres of ntwlad price 800 82 115 acres ij rnilIsfrm pril1rfifield oh pike price 30peraqre rf83 218 acres gf6i dwelling gOidQbarn 20 icres tirrind15Qacrr 4In grass S2lp5jj tj hwJckgood t s trplenty t 85 160 acres well located rood y rl Itwellf 86 200 qcres onerhalf mile from t ltand87 60 acres onA mite from Booter good new 6 room house stock barn 1kwatered l fLtS32 acreper vf f88 50 acres one niile Jrom Booker f4 room house good tobacco Ham 30 acres in gransall tobacco land 32 i per acre I 4J 89104 acre located miles frjom Springfield near pike good 5 room v dwelling and barn lays well and Is i fenced wellprice 03000 for the tract 1 90 ISO acre farm located oneXmlie y from SCexas near pike good houses h and barn well watered and fended fprIce S3 JI t SpringR Jt on the pike first c1lSs imprqve j meijts df every kind 500 acres ofv tobacco land all layiryell10adi si 1 in tSWlCr 200 acres in bluegrztss 5 bnins tnd3 tenant honses 113 40acres will locatd2 hotisc4 f r and larn Price 2400T lrdj n r Town Property J tij jff Firstclass store building and good if sfoom dwelling both in firstcpsi tr ft r L r too46rooni dweJligOI1 Maitedttnt f jandltmodern improvements p 7ii Good house 6 acres of iaid all good outbuildings J lNice smhi dw 1in on Leba 01 it7L avenue Nice 5 room cottage on ifl iiSmallff emaIl dwelling on East Main Stret- Anumbcrof lots for saleon Grun4jt fVirginia ati4 Lebanon Avenue JfMclllroy Wharton f ij 1- rSpringfield f J r I t jtt N f 1L ffg Gopilnl 50OOO f- g Surplus and Undivided Profits 23OOO l1 J JItItt OFpICERS B L f Litaey President JohnrW LewusVicePrcstdent i 1 A McElroy Cashier J B Cain Assistant Cashier KE jj Poster BookKeeper T ft DIRECTORS BT Litsey J W Lewis Sidney Green Pv M Camp tti bell it H EAelen H M tJ Grundy John OPolln r t W grant every favor cOsistentwithsafe banking Your bnt ttaes respectfully solicited t oo OO j ARI I O I Kll COO EDUCATION W UNI C O V3 Isabo1uteiynectha r ryto the young Ken or young woman who would win success in life This being ConO1Cyi H t jof first importance to get our traihingat the school that stands in thiT very front rank Thh BRYANT S STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE ijN E Corner Second and Walnut Sts Loulsvihe KY i rE300KKEEPINC Seven experienced teachers each one SHORTHAND one a specialist in his line Write jorV jryr EjtWRITINCS beautiful book giving testimonials from 1 TELECSRAFHY graduates ocdupying prominent po9i ions alt over the United States it will be mailed to you FREEL School Op nit 4 te year Students can enter at any time I JHOS W DRYDEN GEO W SCHWARTZ rJ = PRESIDENT SECYPANDTREASrj t a Eti B nmE3 3 I c SS The Sprillgfiold Moat Harkct t f 1 J tIGEJ inpicitJJ annn nutyittt Jl1li H Jq Ult tJ 1M PTOXCOPioprs SPRINGFIELD KY t IkIIIt a a ga E lm EEjI jt V J i cCt CoCo noOCJ Peoples Deposit Bank rrr rrt r5PRINGFIEL KX 5 I ORGANIZED DECEMBER 18 f t 1 Capital f5000 1 lf- tlc Surplus nd PrOfits 2OOOJ PflD Robertson President XUlliuran VicePrOPPICERSVGco I v dent J1 A pdulv7aref Cashier ct IIIf McC d 1 r ASsistautCashler H CLee Bookrlfetper f DucTpRa0c Robertson I Hf TiiuritaHl W X GJttLhaMj tG V L Haydon J W Satterlyt T McBlknidrt t patrons enjoy cvei prlvllege iisurlly extess1dby rtliabe fjVell equipped Banks ProspectlveI depotois are invited is 11 ecall in perion 6t4J41 t4I4Jf4SftJ I I L OR J I BURTON t RESIDENT BeNTWn TEETH EXTMCTtD ViTHOUT PAIN B JrI 8PBINGtf L I All Iet1W Work Strictly Firstclasn i DR U H LAMPTON Jt 4OFFIOX penHouse r WIFGRIGSBY TTORNEY AT LAW fIIee over oplos Bank RPRINOPIELD KY f B ROBARDS M W4JY TTlt RtBjfcRDS tHYATT i Pljsiciiis wdd Snrgetos O1cenextto Clerks Office y = DR JH HOPPER PHSICIiH lid SURGEON PHONES Office Over Office 97 HagansGrocery Residence 71 I t JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL Iitcimakcr an4 Jeweler R Carries a line oL Watches Clocks p and Jewefry Repairing a Spej J fulty Located on Main Streett opposite Pfesbyteriau church Springfield Ky DR V1JF TRUTY- r RACTICAL r DENTISTOffice v LDental work at reasonable prices Allwork guaranteed t SPEINGPJELD KY 9HN Y MAYES a J FUMERAL IRECTOR I AlDlICEKSED MDAMR TELEPHONE DAYJ19PNIGHT 74 SPRINGFIELD KY 1 Railroad Schedule lQPollowing is the time schedule now iq effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leaves Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm a No 42LeavesSpringfield at 6pm Bardstpwo 617 am Bardsijpwn Junction 705 amj arrives at Louisyille 755 am No 43 Leaves Loujsville at 7JUam Bardstown Junction 930 am Bardstown 1115 amt arrive at Springfield 1240 pm No44LeavesSpringfield a 120 pm Bards own 280 pm tiIrBardstown Junction 435 pm arrives atJLiOuisvjlle 545 pm J No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Bprinsfieia at 715 amBards t wn 8 am Bardstown Junction 4845am arrives at Lbuisville Vfl3p am i 4No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville at 6 p m Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town1 735 pm arrives at Springfield 85piu Can Yon Eat Jf3T ylOr apromnent merchant of Ohrfesraan Texasfsavs I could not eat because of a weak stomach 1 lost all strength and ran down in weight All that money could do was t done but all hope of recovery van ished HearIng of some wdnderful cures effected by use of Kpdol Dys pepsia Cure 1 ccncluded to try it The jtrst bottle benefitted me and after taking our bottles I am fully restored to my usual strength Weight and health1 Kodl Dyepepsta Cute digests whatyou eat and cures Sold by aHDruffgist KeitvckyTalr Dates The following dates fixe dj by the different fair associations throughout the State for their 10Q5 Exhibition have Ibeen an nounced Ky State Fair Sept 186 4daysHttadcrsofl Sept 26 6 days Timo Sept 27 4 days Qweoaboro Oct 10 5 dyi Kodi J1IIS Dnrft J JIO1WWtpN tft t t T0IN v I W VHNfi iiWNfiiH It Local Happenings of Interest I The Freshest and Latetii AIU oMtYureir Friends 1 aikl Acquaintances MM MM5 IFruljrSi tops and gums at sBeautiful line of icetteaglasEe at Hagan Bros Vinegars of all ldn sany price at C W Hagan f Real bargains in gold deep rated dishes at HagaaBros Try a canofoui 1sI1ciaJ Blend for ice tea agi3ros FOR SALE 6000 touacco sttcks at 6 per 1000T J F Pettus Fresh oysters received Thurs SIgrocerySI this week to Mr C R Hinton and Mrs Mary E Spalding IIhave for sale 300 bushels of good seed rye H T Virgin r jMtlKyI A few dozenfruit jars eft that will sell at cost 1 t CW Hagan JFqR SALE Sefid whjeat and two good mares Hite Clements F D No 2 Springfield Ky John H Moore sold tv Jersey ilk cows this week one toG Goatley foi55 and the bther o J C Mannfor 50 At the regular services at the Captist church on next Sunday morning Rev W H WHliams opic will beC Heavenly R cognition t There will be reunion pf old bldiers to be held at Van Buren Ky on the 19th IIi which veterans wholive in this county are to tale partj The ladies of the Pleasant Grove church will give an ice creani supper at the hdmeoOlr L M Gregory Wenesday evening Sept fiOth from five tp ten p m Admission 25 cents Mr J R Gore and family were called to Hodgenville the first of tbe week by the detttlrof Mr Sores grandfather JWGore Dr Gore was 84 years of age and highly respected citizen oj that Community STRAYDFrom my place on Peasant Run abu four weeks ago a buck four yefars old black prints Any ihformation eading to his recovery will be reward d N IkviN ADAMS Jailer George Catlett has sold lis three young blood hounds to own Marshal John Phillips ind Deputy Sheriff Henry Hagan of Bardstown The price paid was 50 for the three dogs They are fine specimens and were partially trained to trail Houston Green charged with shooting at Robert Green was tried before Jude Litsey yesterday and held over on bond to answer to the grand jury Tile parties all live in the1 Potts ville neighborhood and the trouble arose over a family affair A battle with rocks preceded the shooting Mr Hawkins d f theEHays Co ofCinciInatiis at the stoVe of Grundy Mclntire tak ing orders and measurements forthe latest styles in mens suits overcoats fancy vefets andtrous ers He will be here the remain der of the week Give him a- cIland talk about that new inter suit and overcoat The revival meetingsi at the Presbyterian church closed last evening after a very successful series Rev Baughmans preach ing aroused a great interest among the people who attended the meetings tjnd several pro fessions of faith were made during the meetings It is thought that great goOd in tpe cause of religion will be the di rect result of the effort 1S M Campbell reports Bards town court as being very well Attended Made the following sales One sow audi pigs 16 50 1 sow and 7 pigs 1425 1 sow and 5 pigs 1250 cows and calves from 16 to 30 horses from 20 to 75 He also reports thesale 6f Fred Hillon the 12th farm of 130 acres rented for oneil yeaIf01125 Solgone pair yearling fillies at 240 for the jmr yearling steers at 20 per head cows and caluesat from i25 to 30 Household goods TOPICS L l aSl1yuatlow New Rural Route Capt H G Rising Special Agent for the Post Office Department wa here this weel and inspected a new route with a view of establishing a rural mail route to be known as No5 The route as established will make a change in route number 2 and the two routes as will be recotn mended by Capt Rising will be as follows Route No 2 starting out of Springfield will follow the Bardstown pike d Fredericks town thence on to Mclntire thence back to Springfield as it is now in operation Route NoJ 5 will start out of Springfield to thelfet Rose and Lorettp pike out to Cecilville thence by dounty road to a point on the Bardstown pike near the J S Mclntire iome thence to the AlmsHouse pike at Clements bridge and out said pike toM Tntire thence by county road to Blinco thence to St Rose and Loretto turnpike thence to a school house ear Louis Sans berrys place thence by the old Elizabetntbwnrdad toa cross road J 1MrsVF Blandfords thence south tocounty road at a point near Miles Osbournes thenCfe to Smiths mill thence to Springfield Goes to New Albany The following cQncerningRev Lawson formerly of this place Will be read with interesti by his onIterian church inH New Albany at a congregational me ting yes terday morning voted unani- mouslyl to extend to the Rev Dr R E 0 Lawson of Henderson Kyj a call to the pastorate of thej church to fill the vacancy caused by the recent resignation of the Rev Dr tf S Scott Dr Lawson who is at present pas tor Of the Second Presbyterian church in Henderson preached several wes ago to the congre gation of the Third church in New Albany and so pleased were they with his discourse that they unanimously voted to extend to him a call to become their pastor DrV Lawson will meet the Western Kentucky Presbytery SepteinbeiL26 when his present pastoralrelation will be severed andiif is expected that he will assume his new saarge about October ll V News was received here last week of a severe accident which befell Mr Lawson at Henderson He in some way stumbled and fell so as to break his arm and two ribs He was painfully in jured but is Recovering nowII Colored fair 1 The annual meeting of theI Washington County Colored Fair will begin today and continue for thre days A special excursion Loufs1villepxpectejd on that lay The AssociatIdn is offering good prenrums and other special at tractions this year and the pair will be better than ever Killing itMarionJj Harlan Christy son of Capt Cferisty of Maiion county shot arid killed Jim Harkness a negro who had been working for him There were no eye witnesses to the killing It seems that young Christy and the sqtItleI9rt drewIJ DeMk Of Mrs Raley I Mrs Lucy Leachman Raley wife of F M Raley of LoUIS- ville died at the home of Dr Deboe last Friday mprning at five oclock of typhoid fever She dame out to Springfield thre weeks agO to visit relatives but got no farther than Dr De6oe where she became ill the same night of her arrival Mrs Raley was a woman of beautiful christiim character anp had accomplished much good as amission worker in the city anc exerted an influence fpr good over all with whom she came in contactMrs Raley iis survived by her husband who is dress goods department manager in the New York Stor a son ten years old and a baby two months old Miss Emma Leachman City Missionary is a sister and Mrs Charles Jeffries of East Texas this county is also a sister and lier mother who lives in Louis yille and other relatives Funeral services were held at the residence of Dr Peboe Sat urday at two oclock Rev H Williams conducting the service The remains were taken teLeba non and interred in Riders cemetery PEF4pONALw Mrs J B RoBards is visiting relatives in Burgin WarrQn Nally and Arthur Mudd are in Unionlown Miss Mary Abel of Lebanon iis visiting Mrs Lum Abel Mr JR Claybrooke and wife ar6 iin Louisville ihisweek Raymond M Clain who has- bex qilitesick is recovering Miss Mollie Dorsey of Bards town is visiting friends here Mesdames Phillips and Murray of Lebanon were over Saturday Mr Lang Bowling of Ath r tonville was in town yesterday Miss Madelene Johnsoq of Lawrenceburg was here Saturday Miss Mary Dehoney of Leba ion is visiting the Misses Leach man Miss Ellen Gregory left last week to attend school at Nicho lasville Mrs Emmett Nunan of Louis ville is visiting Mrs George Nunan Jack VklcChord has gone to Danville jto enter Central Uni versity i Mrs Thomas L Grundy of Bardstown came uptothe fair Saturday Mrs Hamilton Robertson of Lebanon is visiting Mrs John P Sunms Mrs H M McAfee and daugh ier of Elizabethtown7s visiting Mrs RH McElroy Misses Rebecca apd Mattie McElroy of Lebanon visited rel atives here Saturday Messrs John and Charlie Mc Chord of Lebanon took inIthe fair here Saturday Mr Oscar Curry has accepted position as J salesman with Grundy Mclnlire t Miss Annie Latimer has gone oRives Tenn and other south srn points to visit relatives Mrs NannieMay Hillard of Louisville is the gu stof her relatives the Misses Lee IMrs Maud Hughes ofJBloom field is visiting Mrs H M ONan and other friecds hero Mrs Harry Lancaster of Lebanon was the guest of Miss Mattie Robertson Tuesday Mrs E N Hundley daughter Miss Julia and son Joseph at tended the fair lastSaturdayI i11rs Spalding and daughter wereIquests ora fudd1astt- mgbt i IMr Lu her Moffatt of Rhes I Scliool Supplies 1 Bring your list of school requisites here not qnly have the largest of every IIWe for school work but will save you on ypur purohasesI will give special prices if1 youwill buy the balk oLyour supplies at onetime We have all the i Text BooKs I I T for alt the grades Tablets slates pencils pens ink rulers school bags lunch boxe0 etc 0 IjAYDON 1 CORNER DRUG ST- OBEsssecssssw t r 444 Announcement SWebaye arranged to open in coniiec ton with our other business in the net week a harness making t+ shdp for ithe purposijof doing t 4 tiparworlc and of manufaciu 1handmade harnes An4 rang expe ff rienced and thoroughly competent t harness maker will hajve charge of 1the business and bejstrictly first class nteed anIguar + 4 itd give satisfaction r Nothing but the tan 1ed leather will be used in our work I Soliciting your patronage we are Yours Respectfully HA YDON BARBER 44Tenn was the guest of his sister Mrs T D Latimer yesterday Mr J F Gribbens who has been desperately ill at hishomc near town of typhoid fever is convalescing Mrs J E Carric of How ardstovn has been the guest of relatives and friends here the past week Mrs Garland Thompon atd children returned to Xibfiisvile e after a pleasantl visit with iienC and rolatives here Mr Burk Robertson and mother Mrs G D Roberton are at Rome City Ind for Mr Robertsons health Mr H M Grundy and Miss Kate Mayes are in Cincinnati buying goods for the firm of- Grundy jMcIntire t Missed Florence Edelea anc- Jenniei McCabe and Mr Henry Reed splint Sunday with Miss Nellie Reed at Pleasaut Grove Harry Hansbrough is here this week Harry is now patti owner of the Sheffield Ala Reaper and- is doing well in the far South MissLou Booker and nephew Shaker Bobertson were guests at the home of Judge Rives in Lebanon Tuesday and Wednesday Mr W DOlaybrooke left yes terday for Chicago on business Pofore returning will oto tluckinac Petoskey and other lake resorts Mrs Nichoas McDowell of Danville and Mrs Carl Mc Knight of Buffalo N Y were guests of relatives her the latter part of last week Judge Jack W Thompson of Indianapolis was here for a fey days among relatives and friends He was accompanied home Mon dty by his little sonJ W Mr J W Thompson who spent a few days with his friends and relatives returned tollis honip in Jndiariapqlis Ind Monday accompanied by his little son J W Jr Mrs Elizabeth TETenderson who has been Visiting her cousin Mrs F M Martin and relatives in Boyle county left Monday for a short vijsit in Louisville when she will return to her home at Honey Grove Texas t Mr George E Medley returned Monday from a trip to French Lick Springs Mr Med ley was at the Springs when it was visited by a cloud burst which coyerod the entire valley and did an immense amount of damage besides causing nearly alt of the guests to leave for home The marriage of Miss Ada Grace Humphrey to Mr Win God on Sublett took place at the home of the brides father ReV C M Humphicy Vilmore Ky Tuesday September 12 Mr and Mrs Sublett lleft immediately for Texas where they will be at home to their friends after the 20th 413 South Ochoa St El Paso Texas A BUSINESS fOR SALE I desire to sell my onehalf interest in the butcher business of- F T Cox Co I find it necessary to devote my entire ime to my farm and for this eason I desire to sell The business is one of the best hi- tawn ana for the amount of capital invested I believe I am safe in saying it pays more noney than any business house in Springfield Myr reasons for jelling are as above stated Address me at Springfield Ky LUTHER A BURNS Tax Payers Attention County and State taxes for the year 1905 are nowdue and should be paid All persons owing back axes for previous year are noti iied that same must be paid at once to avoid futher costs Byron Qroake Sheriff W 0 hJ 7iPublic Sale ON THURSDAY SEPT 28 K will sell to the highest and best bidd r my farm situated in Washington county 2J miles frm1 Mackville on road leading to Willisburg my farm contain jing 125 acres Good dwelling tious3 and tobacco barr and ail necessary outbuildings one cf the Vest orchards in the county TERMS Onethird d wnre mainder in one and twQ year inte est from date A M FER ILL LETTER LIST Remaioing unclaimed in the Springfield postofficefor week ending September 131905 a M tssr sehpt MawreriM harley Marksberry Albert Meek Annie Mor tgomery W T Noe Clar enc4 Sjilliman Maggie Kliam berrjy Harri tt Walker Anni Spajdjpg Margaret Sweitzer Verpia Walston J B Watson Min rya Van feter LoMie Ward P jrsons calling tor tnese letter wihli please1 say advertised apd give date of list W A Waters PM PablicSaleS We will on the premises one mile from Mackvftletn- Saturday September 16 Beginning at JO oclock am offer for sale the farm known as the Cal Shewmaker farm contain ng 175 acresmore or less The farm has good dwelling good tobacco barn stock barn gbpd orchard and garden Farm wel set in grass 60 acres blue gra s all ini grass except 40 acres ultivated in corn and to bacc o this season Barn room fqr 12 to 14000 pounds of tp bite o ot or 60 acres of good tob ceo land on farm 25 to 30 acri sof good timber Good last ng water A so will sell 4 head of horses Swiigons 5 head of Battle 20 hea l of hogs farming imple merits 501 to 100 barrels of new t corn TkMsOn the farm one two and three years with interest from date Purchaser will be req uired to execute bon4 with approved securiy Terms on personal property will bean nod iced on day of sale Fpr fiir her informritibn apply io B M SHEWAIAKEK or Cw SllEyMAKER1 Mafckville Ky S M Campbell Auctioneer Public Sale ri Thursday Sept 21 I will offtjr for sale my farm of 23 acr s located Ik miles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barn and otli r outbuildings plenty of to bacco land 20 acres of bottom land The farm lies well mostly in jrass and well watered If no said is made lurid will bo rented At ame time I will sell 12 head of 200 pound cattle 10 head yearling cattle 4 cows and calves 2 sows and pigs 20 head of fat horJA s 60 head nf good stock ew 52 southdown bucks one hla k mare and colt one bay mate one black horse seven yeas olS one brown horse six yea s ollone bay horse three yeats old all drive 4and work wel anywhere FARMING IMPLEMENTS One two horse wagon one dee ring self binder one mower Dnej rake plows and harrows othir farming implements 1QQ bushels of rye 100 barrels of orki some hay onE buggy and harness household an kitchen furiiture Terms made known on lay of sale Dinner on the ground iF M SimwMAKER CXuXal a ZJI i WELl EQUIPPED t + t i fff JThere is nothing like bei iiiC fairy H p Lpp doingbusiness and the proprietors of fiif sl iRedCross Drug SotreI r V v I take pride in belciying that they have ont 6f tM W j equipped business houses in the State v i e- iPrescrjptl f f tn Department t l i 2 j is given special attention and only the puri Brugt iwfl tltused Patent MedicineSj Health fMjnicW andtTo WJ f t r l K f iiArtIclec f 1- jiA Few Good lJjmmockst1 + o q 4 to close out at and below cost i Ji to pY I ttW XAo rv 4f 1W Red1iCross Drug Sjpre th1Jt ii Smock S Haydon Propr l r + 0 1 tJ10 l i j X1oo 0000 K OQOOOOQ l ri i p 1 7 BOYS rt J r t Please dont1 forget Mis when j ufi C ready to buy that School Suit We 1 bandlethel 7 StLINES r rt1 Jf + jl i Jrqr the kind that will rear you They Qi fit and hbld1 their stapet Wil q will make rOu speciallow prid fcr J Q I this month L t 4 j i y f ffilWe sell the Mothers Friend 8QcL SHIRTtW STS i+tt Q For boyrf4 years to 14 vears Ericas 50 65vnd 75e This is the bet waist to be badfor ihe price 8 tj 4 t 8 J J Our stock of SCHOOL SHOESislarge andwewouW Q A cf it fSJlikeQ t t ggPRICES AND QUALIT GUARANTEED i t rj fAQ LYou should try a pair of our t t- j 7 I Special School Hose Q t jt hrJQ t They are the best on earth far Boys and Girls ii bnl11g r i 20 Ccuts a Pair equal to any quarterstocking VQ A y wilt give awavaharge penciltabItsdpanQil wltheachQ purchase of this Special School Hose for 10 days only 9 l t 0 Wftalsb carry full line sizes of 10chosefor boys and girls 0 J r rrtt c QI l i ii I I ROBERTSON BRO SSj 44- o F ji it1 J EooOOoO oYo OO OOOO i r j I tjwVi 1i ilViw Vlijj VVii vrWtijtij t Itlt SHOES i IFif Jr+ ttt1 Jitr r t Ki R HJ1 1rzi 1r We desireor J- m1n d our fri94s i that we have put fin onE of the vni5it fcj complete lines of t r f Fine andVI IgPlain Shoes rrir t we have ever han i f aled and have H Shoes to suit altl t J from the heavy 5 boot for the farmer to the Little Red Schoolhouse 5 Shoe for the children See our Mens Fine I 1 II5 Patent Leather with the latest style toei We t i2 are exclusive handlers oF the celebrated f J Queen Quality = tJ ttfor ladies We guarantee price andqutlit j r i j1 I GRUNDY MeNTRB ifs dli Ifj f lA Successors to Grundy tJlaybrooke tlcIntire SItIV I m l tt e= l r r jF lI JoiN SnucK MCELROY G 0 WHARTON tt f McElroy tYhartfiniIi u t if ii- Iffsrlloo fi I e RaII Estct elA qSJiJYit i Fire Life and TofwdoI 1 irtW I r f r Land Sold on SomarisiiW itit Office over Peoples Bank Ph ffjt ICI i l ALUSHair l MajshebalrzbVloflt and heavyandkeepe It softdgksy StJailing hair sndcures dandruL And It siways reWr eoJ iro Iryblr S ld forftfty ears Jtea z SIR OJ1Y MORIIAN IL BUCQANEER I tGYRU5 TOWNSEND BRADY i Air 4Thc Southernors ssFop Love t Country The Grip of Honor EtcIrVAMHt IftS JlYG W PILLINGHAM COMPANY lt l t jtii ssId WMIO Hs orders were U iiSfc 9 and Intelligently car 3W oat tf LlOikraols mid his men i5 i s first vent aiiore A heavy haw X l MT VM 4moe d through the surf and iMCAe tot Wjgli xp oM the sturdy palm tree Oti It they rii ia traveler and- the elMUr and thaI tI prIest were brt toward f t ej2Ll rbey TWre Btrfcken wItifr irrenewet1 L the4r cursge at tIIi itoci calm- R ottbebb11i itnlgoid Iociu uare you 1thtidi9mne1ntWIrilST n PY yoaln all lIigsw1efid tf boatswaui 111r1tci inaiit Bsr doe W buccaneer faith said thse efld agajn mdding the slgulfl SBtMTeIt now tt JPor a wiMnfer the captain paid no at Hjitliiu to the eiuphasls on the won wjrr j HSui y m fc mour pistols dry If I eatt wr irtemIn oilskin and tbnMt tIMW niy jacket 9 tS shore then said Morgan JuSiil ic iye this woman and these t ite March them away from the to i4t clump of palms and fwnrf lb i las you would your life If wJ aR approach you or them for any V a4Mte shoot him dead without a trerd Ill see that the others have nor J w4i8 Dye understand i t yed shall obey 15T J Jor i HM boatswain swung himself into f il jAal tand the men1 on the Other cud irf Itai traveler pull dhimo the othcn Ser apae the worse f hisjwetting aed his jacketf the weap ifiyad llve lilshWW1 4 s1 SO Morgan that he was allrjght XewXhic4i of you will go flrstt I l Jk oMorgnn iuraed instinctively to the tall captliesrv ttils8he Indicated first one and y ipai and wltiva grave dignity said In t aIsbotwhlch he was a master r Utet she would go first to show the Tiray and then the others would be in I f better heart to follow She sat down- i tiie boatswains chair which was Miuplljc a4tt of wood held like the seat cL a swUig In a triangle of rope made k JM alpOtthecross and waved her c iMiiiia lobe was hauledashore in an In L f 4ittwluinothing worse to complain I i CItaa drenchIng by the waves By q t JjtoralgQiata direction she walked past fvn toward the clump of palms which tr Hiergau Jutd lindicated ij lV Then the Spanish priests took their JV tiW and after these reached the sand jlSMBTcat of the crew were sent ashore 4 acocfan was careful to Indicate ach I WMsa tpra that ho presorted a bal T ace between the more reputable and i A tie more degraded members pi the fl crew both on ship and ashore Among 41the last to go were the marooir and Je OLMsaxu They bad b tlKrreceived In- i atrctlons one to sapon himself at N the pal tri i ther to cover the f J luiWB r fi ran along the shore preti t were D6tWisary for when the last man 53ad bE1 lauled ajshorc and Morgan t 4 ff atWi Into the chair for Mr turn one I t jet the infuriated buccaneers watching SkI chance seized his jackknife tho Only weapon that he had for 3organ j had been careful to make the men 1IlIa = leave theIr arms on the ship nnd made U4 a rush for the rope tocut andleave the captain to his fate But De Lus 1 san shot him dead nnd before the oth i ers could make n move Morgan stepped f safely on the sand v That was well done he cried turn f IMg to the Frenchman if yAht mon capitalue answered the 4 other It was not from affection but r i i because you are necessary to us i Whatever It may be returned the t eld man I owe mqchto you and scut i7 tie me Ill not forget it The Frenchman Indifferent to Mor 5S 1gnns uxpresSions of gratitude shrug god lila shoulders turned away dud i made no reply f The transportation of so many pee pie across the slender line had taken a iA K long time The sun Just beginning t break through the riven clouds wag j nearJts setfins night would soon bo t tuxm them They must hurry with 9whatwdset to be dorfe Morgan scut Teach and the Brazilian back to the ship with Instructions to gather up enough wcppons to arm the crew and send them ashore This was promptly 4done Indeed communication was not jLlifllcult now that the force of the 4 gale was abating The ship had been togetherSwhom he considered hiost reliable and after throwing out a strong guard around the band tIm rest sought shel ter around huge driftwood fires which had been kindled by the use of flint A LETTER oIPL k tcoaa 7aptoao w tree M eo and steelJ There was hardly a possi bility they would be observed in that desertedland but stilt it was wise to tike precaution The buccaneers were hungry and thirsty but they were forced to do without everything until morning when they could get all they wanted from the ship So they tightened their Sells and tjisposcd themselves about UIQ fires its best they could to get wh- atr4ty might Morgan and the officers drew apart andTcpnsulted long and earnestly over the1 sltuatlon They could ne er make the ship seaworthy again TO build a smaller one out of her timbers would be the work of mouths and when it was finished It cjuld not possibly carry tho whole crow To march westward toward the Isthmus meant to encounter terrific hardships tor days tell pres ence would speetllly become known and they would be constantly menaced or attacked by troops from the heavily garrisoned places like Porto Bello and Cartagena Back of them a short dis tance away lay La Guayra It could be taken by surprise Morgan urged and easily captured If they started to march westward the Indians would apprise the Bpaulnrds of their pres ence and they would have to fight their way to the Pacific If they took La Guayra then the viceroy With the treasure of his palace and the opulent city of Caracas wPuld be at their mer cy They coald ravage the two tqwus seize the first ship that came to the roadstead and make their way to the isthmus safely and speedily As to the treasure on the galleon the buccaneer captain propased to unload It and bury llJnthe fid oCt nbl Y I1 tured La Glnyra It would be easy Jo get it back again Morgans counsel prevailed and his was the res5lutlonto which they came The council of war broke up thereafter and those not told off to watch with the guards went to sleep near the fires Morgan under the guardianship of the faithful Black Dog threw himself upon theground to catch a few hours rest The next morning the wind had died away and the sea was fairly calm Time men swam out to the galleon found her still Intact though badly strained and by means of boats and rafts working with persistent energy theltreasure under the very palm tree Which held the rope that had given them salvation Morgans plan Was an excellent one the best that could be suggested in the Burying the treanire straits they theu were and it received the hearty assent of all the men It took them rill day to land the treasure and make their other preparations which included the manufacture of several rude scalln ladders pieces of timber with crqksplecos nailed upon them rwhich could be used in sur mounting the walls of the town In the evening the order of march was nr ranged anti their departure set for the morrow They had isaved their treasure they iU11QOd lii plenty now and with dty clothes und much rum they began to take a more cheerful view of life They were fairly content once 0moreThe next day In tho afternouiforl- ie dcsirQd to approach the town nt- nlght1uJJorgnn gave the ouler to us much of a soldier j sent ahead a party of choice spirits under Tenth while the main body followed sonic distance be hind As the shades of evening de scented It messenger front the advance guard came baqk with the news that a party of travelers had been seen com ing down the mountain that they com prised a half den troopers a number of slaves a heavily laden pack train and two woniQii Teach had stationed his men under the trees at a bend of the road around which tho travelers hud to pass and he awaited Morgans orders Taking a detachment of the most reliable men with Yelsers and Horulgold and bid ding the other officers and wen to stand where they were until he sent word Morgan And those with him ran rapidly forward until they came to the ambuscade which you g Teach had artfully prepared He and his badt scarcely time to dispose themselves far- tt 9 a fAu Happy Home t To have a happy home yotj must have children as I they arc great happyhomemakers If a uteak woman you ucsjri Jbe made strong enough to bear healthy children with little pain or discomfort to yourself by taking r WINE CARDUI A Building Tonic For Women It will ese awayall your pain reduce inflammatiofi e cure leucorrhea whites falling womb ovariaq trouble disordered menses backache headache etcfl and make- cWkiWrth natural and easy Try it At every drug store in JIOO bottIes l J JfttnUS 1I DUE TO CABDUI bad nothing else aty HJT girl two weeks old wrItal Mrs J rieltofWcl terCl4rlow i fbe i a fine bwatby babe and we are both doing Blcely I am un taking Cardal aad wotiMaotbewlthoHt It la UM hove M It U a tiidIcai JWWMMB i concealment before n soldler came rid la j carelessly down the road Walt tnguntIl tffe roan had passed him n short distance a4 until the other un isusplcfoaa trayefers were fairly abreast the Ilersi4 Walt whom he had charred on no acefSwt to move until he gave the word pit stepped put Into the open and c Hed The buccaneers In stantly tottovftt him As the soldier saw these fierce look Ing men spring before him out of darkness he cried aloud The next theI ment he was shot dead by Morgan self At the same Instant a volley rang out at contact range and every man In the party fell to the ground Some AliiotIn tome way He struck spurs Into his horse when he heard the cry of Fa driquo and the shot The surprIsed barb plunged forward was hit by halt a dozen bullets fell to the ground In a heap and threw his rIder over his head The Spaniard scrambled to his feet whipped out his sword lunged for ward and drove his blade Into the breast of old Velsers The next In slant a dozen weapons flashed over his head One rang upon his steel casqu another crashed against the polished breastplate that Tin wore He put out again In the darkness and once more fleshed his weaponI Womens screams rose above the tu mult Seating back the swords which menaced him although he was reeling from the blows which he had received Alvarado strove to make his way toward Donna Mercedes when he was seized Inthe darkness from behind Kill him cried a voice In English which Alvarado and Mercedes both derstood perfectly Hes the duly one alive Xay cried another voice stronger and sterner save him Well questloi him later DM any escape 5Not one Aret1erenny homes alive jt jBringow back to the vest Then we can show a light and see what we have captured Teach lend on Let no harm come to the women Aye aye answered another voice out of the Darkness and a third voice growled out Hadnt we better make sure flial nfenrejillve to tell the tale 9f course aknlfe forsjhewopnd ed answered the stern yoke and fiiear a hand Greatly surprised and unable to com prehend anything but that his men bad beau slaughtered and no harm had as yet befallen his charges Alvarado whose arms had been bound to his side found himself dragged along In the wake of his captors one or two of whom mounted tin the unwounded horses with the two women between them rode rapidly down the road CHAPTER X- VlOrE hundred yfards or so beyond I place of the ambush the l dropped sharply over the cliff to the narrow strand which led to the west wall of La Guay ra distant half a mile away They had alt been under the deep shadow of the thick trees overhanging the way until this Instant but in the faint light cast by the moon just risen Alvarado could see that a great body of people were congregated before him on the road Who they were and what they werehe could not surmise He was not long left Id doubt however for the same voice whose commanding tones had caused Ijls life to Jspared now called for lights The demand was obeyed with a promptness that espoke fear indeed or discipline of the sternest and soon the captives found themselves In a circle of lurid light sent torchesjThens villainous aqd terrible looking a body of men as he had ever seen The first glance convinced him that they were not Spanish brigands or robbers lie was trio young to have had dealings gen1eratlonsuch remained on this side of the parth they must be IJke these men who sur rounded him He wasted no time in surmises however for after the first swift comprehensive glance his eyes sought Mercedes She sat her horse forlwhichIhg in bewilderment and urprjse at the scent and confusion before her Donna Mercedes cried Alvarado turning himself about in spite of hisI bonds anb the restraint bis immediate hlmlareSafe answered the girl And thouSWell but for these bonds God be thanked Who are men I know not but tbeseI Oh sir Interrupted Senora pida recovering her voice at the sound of the Spanish tongue What does this mean Save us Sonora said that same sharp voice but this time speaking In the Spanish tongue as a tall man bat In hand urged his horse forward fear nothing- ou shall be protected And you senorita Do I not have the honor of ad dressing Donna Mercedes de Lara That Is my uanie answered the girl haughtily Who are you 1 Why have you shot my people and seized me irisouer For love of you Mistress Mercedes Just heaven Who ore you I say cried the girl at this startling answer turning in surprise and terror to look updn his countenance There was something familiar In the nans face thaf called up a vague recollection which she strove to master Who are you she cried again Sir Harry Morgan answered the horseman bowing low over the saddle a free sailor at your service inadani My God cried Alvarado who had listened attentively The buccaneer The same hnswered Morgan turn- Ing to him USlr Harry Morgan Were you not governOr of Jamaica last year asked Mercedes In astonishment had that honor lady Why are you now in arms against- us A new king Mistress de Lara sits the English throne Ho likes me not and these gallant seamen are going to establish a kingdom in some sweet land In the south seas with our good swords I would rain have a woman to bear xne company onthethrone Since I saw yOu In Jamaica list year I have desIgned you for the boIor- Monsterscreamed the girl appalled by the hideous leer which accompanied hlll words Rather anything Sir Interrupted Alvnrndo you are an Englishman Your past rank should warrant you gentleman lint for this Tbre 4s no war between England and Spain What lathe meaning of this utrage This lady time daughter Of the viceroy of V DelI am his Iptain and Ua cpBHUMUite el you de1cltzot La Guayra You Have wa- y1u tei t UI4vautiwe- thJLl8aUltjhis j Think you I fear the viceroy Nay not his majesty of Spalfi himself I came here with set purpose to take La Guayra and thea Caracas and to bear away with me this pr ttylady upon whom I repeat I design to bestow the honor of my name As he spoke he leaned toward Mer cedes threw his arm around her waist and before she was even aware of his intention kissed her roughly on the cheek- Lids he cried three cheers for the uture Lady Morgan Hie proud Spanish girl turned white as death under this Insult Her eyes Stashed like coals of ire Morgan was close beside her She was without weapon save a jeweled whip that hung at hfcr wrist Before the first note of a cheer cond break from the lips of the men she lifted It and struck him vie lently again and again full Inthe face Thou devil cried the captain lu fury whipping out his sword and men acing her with it Strike cried Mercedes bravely and let my blood wash out the insult that you have puf upon my cheek She raised her whip once more but this timfc young Teach coming on the other side caught her hand wrested the jeweled toy from her and broke It in the struggle Thou shalt pay dearly for those stripes lady roared Morgan swerv tog closer to her And not now in hon orable wedlockSuIwlll die first returned Mercedes Alvarado meanwhile had been strug gling desperately to free himself By the exercise of superhuman strength just as Morgan again menaced the woman be loved he succeeded in freeing himself from his loosely tied bonds His guards for the moment had their attention distracted from him by the group on horseback He wrenched a sword from the hand of one striking him a blow with his naked fist that sent him reeling as he did so and then flung out his other arm so that the heavy pommel of the sword struck theI second guard In the face and the was clear for the moment He sprang forward Instantly seized Morgans horse forced him away from Mercedes by a wrench of his powerful arm an- dstat bay Injfront of the woman he loved He said no word but stood with his swoftj up on guard panting heavily from his fierce exertions Alvarado you will be killed screamed the girl seeing the others make for iflni t Here we have It sneered Morgan This is the Secret of your refusal He Is your lover Seize him cried Teach raising his sword as followed by the others he made at Alvarado who awaited them undaunted USUiYshouted De Lussan There Is a better way1 Rudely shoving Senor Agaplda aside heseized Mercedes from behind Do not move mademoiselle he said In French in his excitement which fortunately she understood Thats well done cried Mqrgan Captain Alvarado If that 00 your name throw down your sword If you would save the ladys life Mind me not Alvarado cried Mercedes but Alvarado perceiving the situation instantly dropped his weep onINow seize him and bind him again And you dogs Morgan added turn- Ing to the 4nen who had allowed the prisoner to slip before If be escape you again you shall be banged to the nearest tree- uIiadst not better bUid the woman too queried the Frenchman gently still holding her fat In his fierce grasp Aye the wench juLwell Oh Ill break your spirit my pretty one answered Morgan savagely flipping the young womans cheek Wilt pay me blows for kisses Scuttle me you shall crawl at my feet before Ive ished with you Why not kill this caballero out of hand captain 1 asked Hornigold say age from a slight wound as he limped up to Morgan No I have use for him Are the rest silent They will tell no tales laughed LOllouois grimly none escape back up the road IDld Sir Henry answered the other My men closed In after them and drove them forward They are all gon- e11bats well Now for La Gunyro What forcejs there Senor Capkan Alvarado remained obstinately BIIeU t- He did not speak even when Morgan ruthlessly cut him across the cheek with his dagger He did not utter a sound although Mercedes groaned In anguish at the sight of his torture IYoud best kill him captain said Ollonols uNo I have need for him I say answered Morgan giving over the at Thou devil tempt to make him spook Is anyone here who has been at La Guayra recently be asked of the others utt was there Aast year oU a trading ship of France answered Sawklus What garrison thenr About 250 Was it well fortified As of old sir by tho forts on either side and a rampart along the sea wall Were the forts In good repair Well kept Indeed but most of the guns bore seaward Have you the ladders ready cried Morgan to Brazlllano who had been charged to convey the rude scaling lad ders by which they hoped to get over the walls AJ1 ready captain answered that worthyLet us go forward then Well halt just out of musket shot and concert our further plans We hoVe the govern or In our bands lads The rest will be easy There Is plenty of plunder In JLa Guayra and when we have made It our own well over the mountains and Into Caracas Hornigold you are lame from a wound Look to the prisoners The rising moon flooding the white strand made the scene as light as day They kept good watch on the walls of La GU yra for the sound of the shots In the night air had been heard by reIsuItarms TIM ilIAc ka4 leon too heavy to be accounted for by any ordinary cir cumstances awl otScers and oI4ler11l bad beea at a lees to vuderstaad It However t+ take precautions were j wjtf apd errjr prff rajtJgfc jraf wr as against an immediate attack ltn6 drums were beaten the ramparts were manned the guns were primed nnd suck ot the townspeople as were lot too timid to bear arms were assembled under their militia officers The watchers on the west wall of jbe fort were soon aware of the approve of the buccaneers Indeed they mtidt no concealment whatever about tbei motions Who they were and ivmat they were the garrison had not tis covered and could not Imagine rprompt and well aimed volley hpw ever AS soon as the buccaneers cane within range apprised them that they were dealing with enemies and do termined enemies at that Under cover of the confusion caused by this un expected discharge Morgan deployec his men Lads he said well board on fort with a rush and a cheer The adders will be placed on the walls auc under cover of a heavy fire from ur musketry well go over them Use qnly the cutlass when you gain the par pet and ply like inen Remember whiti on the other side Aye but wholl pJ tin t the ladde si asked one The priests and the abbess aid Morgan grimly I saved them for that A roar of laughter and cheers b oke from the rufflanly gang as they ap re elated the neatness of the old bu canters scheme 0 Tin an old trick he continued uwe did the same thing thirty y ars since at Porto Bello EbvHorug Id Hows that leg of yours Stiff and sore Bide here then with the musketeers Teach you shall take the walls untlei tourmenlet the curtain between be your point I shall be with the first to get t ver Now charge your pieces all and Horulgold after we bave started bj slow and careful fire do you keep the Spaniards down until you eaus cheer After that hold your fire But I should like to be In the first rank myself master growled the old boatswainSHarJia laughed Morgan T ats a right spirit lad but that cut leg holds you back for which you lave to thank this gentleman bowlnj to ward Alvarado with a hideous couute nance You can be of service liere Watch the musketeers We would iav no firing Into our backs Now ring up the priests And Horulgold watcli Senorita de Lara See that she does not escape On your life man Id rather hold her safe he niut ered under his breath than take the vholc iWithi buc rent lull ho In dud every time a head showed tself over the battlement It became a t rget for the fire of the musketeers wh by HornI golds orders ran forward rider the black shadow cast by the high cliff where they could not be seen and frpui this point of concealment taking deliberate aim made havoc amoti the dbfendersSNow good fathers began Mo gUll you have doubtless been curio s to know why you were not put to death rYOUbntrYOU What would you So with us senor asked Sister Maria Christina thi abbess A little service my sister Brir gtjp the ladders men1 See there are t even all told That will be four apldre to four ladders with one priest over1 for good measure and to take the nln e nf any that may be struck down Und what are we to do with them senor asked the leader of the pr iests Fra Antonio de las Casas drawing t 1You1 nder Al varado painfully for he could scarcelyl speak from his wounded make this holy woman and priests bear the brunt of the fort Cl100kfCl100kfto Do I value the lives of priests accursed Spaniard our own 1 1eUoncd the the congenial sentiment was ret ived by a yell of approval l from the men But If you are tender hearted 11 give the defenders a chance Will you ad vise tifein to yield and thus spare hese priests I cannot do that answered A mm do sadly Tis their duty tod cud the town There are twenty here there are hundreds there Dye hear that mates cried Mor ganUe with the ladders But what If we refuse cried one of the priestsSYou shall be given oerto the men1 answered Morgan ferociously where as If you do us I order you in ygo free those who are left aliveafter the stormDo ye hear men Well let them go after they have served us continued the chief turning to his men Swear that you will let them go There arc others hi La GuayrlI We swear we swear sUputcl one after another lifting their hand and brandishing their weapons You hear cried Morgan Pick up theladdersFor sake sir unsay your words We cannot place the ladders which will give you access to yinder helpless town Thon ro the men you go cried Morgan ruthlessly D athlrfed the abbess snatching a dagger frOm the nearest bant and driving It Into tier breast rather than dishonor She held herself proudly erect for a moment swayed buck and forth mind then fell prostrate upon the sauathe blood staining her white robe abo it the hilt of the poniard She writhed nhd shuddered in agony where slu lay striving to pay something Fra Auto nio sprang to her wide and bofor3 july one could interfere knelt loi- iiIi have sinned she g sped Mercy mercy l Thou hast done well I al salvo thee cried the priest making flis sign of the cross upon her forehead Death and fury shouted Morgan livid with rnge Let her die unshrlv en Shall I be balked tlmsr He sprang toward the bid man stooping over the woman and truck him across his shaved crown wl h the blade of his sword Time priest p tchcd down instantly a long shuddci run ning through him thou belay sUI crlJthebuecnIlecr Inave you had lesson enough 1I Pickup those ladders or IMercy mercy screamed the right ned ecclesiasts INot another word Drive the a forward men Tbi buccaneers sprang at the terrf 1M priests with weapons out EJpit I iiiiiAfillI J Now is the time to save money l y laying 1JonJ1fiuterS L supply of coalandwe can offer your Wdu em nts in the ifiway of prices orn large quantities + Our Bu lJ Trade j v f JO Zft h i f 4 Has been tremendous this tratamei a iI1Y jjtglllhave plentjl of fine vctiieles left from whichl y iiike f selectIon v JITU1llf g3t 1tit z IfRemember We Lesdv 7 J Ethe AS dealers in farming implements We bardie Igenuine Oliverl ChilledPlowsOldl Hiekoryf Studebaker an d Champion Farm Wagons atfft the best drills v and d l 2J seeders on the market av 3K 1l 0 J Page and El wood Field Fencing and Gasoliiie En if gines all sizes Sb j1ti IilMcClure 8 Wells g- d ri I r + ti t 0 one and then another gave way The only leader among them lay upon the sand What could they do They pick ed up the ladders and urged forward by threats and shouts of the bucca neers under cOte of a furlong dis charge from Ilorulgolds musketeers ImplorlngtheSpllnlarJs When the Spanish commander per ceived who were approaching with a mistaken impulse of mercy JIe ordered his men to fire over their heads and so did little danger to the approaching buccaneels A few of them fell but the rest dashed Jnto the smoke There was no time for another discharge The ladders were placed against the walls and the priests were ruthlessly oust aside and trampled down In a I Death rather than dishonor II attic space the martUUerswcre upon the ramparts fighting like demons Morgan covered by Black Dog with Teach De Lussan and LOllouois was in the leatITbe desperate onslaught of their overwhelming numbers once they had gained a foothold wept the defenders befortThemHke chair Wait lug for nothing they sprang down from the fort and raced madly through the narrow streets of the town They 1drherealize their presence they were upon them also In half an hour every man bcaring a weapon had been cut down The town was at the mercy of this horde of hu luau tigers They broke open wine col lars they pillaged the provision shops they tortured without mercy the mer chants mud Inhabitants to torso them to discover their treasures andthoy In suited the helpless They Were completely beyond control nOw Drunk withsaughtcr intoxicated with liquor mad with lust they ravaged and plundered To add to tho confusion fire burst forth here utah there and before the morning dawned half of the city was In italics The pale moon looked downulOn a scene of horror such as it had never before shone upon even in the palmiest days of the buccaneers CHAPTER xvi under floral r their mastery ETrmusketeersI Unit played cunning skill eon ccn etl froth observation by tho loop shadow of the cliffs nUll therefore Immune train time enemys fire they had made targets of the Span iards on the wallj and by a close rapid and well directed discharge had kept down the return of the garrison until the very moment of the assault Hornigold was able to keep them hi hand ora little space after the cap hire of tIe towiu7luit the thought Qf the pleasure being enjoyed by their comrades was too much for them Anxious to take a hand in thehjdcous fray they stole away onr by one linking under the cliff until they were beyond the roa eh of the ly atswalu then boldly rushing for the town in the open until the old sailor was loft With only a halfdozen of the most tIe pendable surrounding himself and prisoners The rest would not have got away from him so easily hail ho not license intensely occupiedl that at flrt he had taken little note of wjiat was going on Mercedes arid Alvnrado had ony op portunity to exchange n word now and then for extended conversation was prevented by the guards Alvn rado strove to cheer time woman hq loved amid she promised him sheWould choose Instant death rather than ills honor He could give her little en couragement of rescue for unless word of their plight were carried to the viceroy Immediately he would be fur on the wayjto tho Orinoco country be fore auytidiugs could rpach him a by too the late time he returned it would tldI Again and again Alvarado strove to lhelP1lessat his strxiggles In the midst of thellI grief and despair they both took notice of the poor abbess Fra Antonio had not moved sine Morgan had struck him down but tkcre was tllf AtiUin tbf WQtRI JQf XroX iyicrc Jhef A f 4 KENTOCKYS Yv l BIG STATE fAIR r AT LEXINGTON f s 6intisIi IN PREMIUMS 25000 IKNPcflEMlUIs lt l THE GREATEST DISPLA OF 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