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ES1ABLISIIED 1 6rl IN1 J 1 t tmw 8rjeVo1 tfNo 38 i SPRINGFIELD doUNTY4 SEPTEMBER 21 li 5c hi l b AYTIr t4iI 1riSzjj 5 jOit b3 JlO HAYPOW 0B TMOMPSONK Jr Eoil Thompson UNTAKERS AIjD JEMBALMERS atitl 3i33r all kina of Fanert PHONE 53 OUR DIRECTORY SPJRINGFIEI county seat of Was6lrfo County 52 miles south tst W LiimKton 59 miles frbifl pOHUviile o BardstowK branch ol te isyiilei and NaaTiVille railroad in faring anti agricultural district ToBaiiks telegraph and telephone likes express office flour mills lumber yaritf Pppuation 1100 population of watinty 15009 Re reaentativeiu Congress Hon D rfSiiithHodffenvilleKy KepreatatiT inKeutucky Legis tabtrei Hon W D Claybrooke lRepre mtative in State Senate Hon Harry Lancaster Lebanon K- ycnwtflTJJ y tClrcuft Court begiasJfe the fourth 1IIay tn Februara and Octo tJe1L H Thurman Judge 4L L Durham CornnzoflYrealth At ttBey 1 TF Mt Campbell Clerk 4 Ji G I eaclimaD MastCCOfliflhiSS ecJ f UATRlYPOU Srr t Quarterly Court is held onthethlrd I Jionda in each month f B II tatsey Judge I l I COUNTY pOUR JCpintyCcurt meets on the fourth iiWiay in eajh mouth JI jIptseyJtdge 4 WJ Booker County Clerk i TjjraMayes County Attorney J g C41t1ettTaUerq l By rod CroakCj Sheriff lRichard Isham v 4If SId neYOsborne JI RH t11ican1DePC ffIEdMasterS F 3ames1o9Te County Survey9r J1Ry1tyAssessor T pBanJeIiUtY RbberfNoe Treasurer J M9ntgomery Coronet T W Bush Supt of Common Schools P O Springfield CITY COURT i James R Noe Police Judge vJohh Grac5 Marshal W P Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT jn itlce Courts are held in January t April July1 and October Church Directoryj METHODIST CHURCH Rev JC Hoskinson Pastor Ser Tic eoion the First and Third Suudav in each month at 11 a m and 730 pm- SundaySC110pl every Sunday atlOam Prayer meeting every Wednesday night CATHOLIC CHURCH I Rev PF Hennessay Pastor Serl fees very Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock am Services at St Rcse same hours 1 CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WT Walden Pastor Service tcond and fourth Sunday in each month PRESBYTERIAN CHT3RCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Freachlng every Sunday at 11 am and at 7 im Sunday school every t nnday at 10 am Prayer meeting very Thursday evening at 7 oV ock j BAPTIST CHURCH ReyV Win Harrison Williams Pastor pjreaching every Sunday at 11 anl aud745fr pm Sunday School every Sunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every Tuesday evening at 745 oclock- i f Fraternal Orderf i MASONIC LODGE Springfield lodge Not SO meets first and third Mouday fiftach month- Wishtnjton R A Chapter No 57 jets every second Tuesday frr fiel Council oS2 meets on yery tourth1ondayIJKNIGHTS of THE MACAHHES Meet T Adt jf it idctcay ineachmon 7 FOLEYS oJIDNEY CURE Will cur any CM of Kidney Bld4 r diieM thai isi not fend th reich of medicine A tVKN Ul TO MC titUL TMaUft XfHfHIWu ettPororlor E I aI1QX5SI = r pbr =Cvts N PIad s I = C tak1IIC ue Tv i M Cmntu an4 f111 For sale by Red Cross Druptore TIrE NEWL IOi kJWASHfNGT6N IL 1 in5 ra fi i wro tfimwroWW IIJ1ROUND Titiii 3i ji M IM Rural felicity With cotton soaring to the sky With stacks of fruit and tater pie With juicy melons on the vine With yellowlegged chickens fine Why should we whine With hosts of friends and loved ones true With infelicities but few With hajjipy homes where children play Throughout each jjoyous summer day Why should we pine With flocks and herds in pastures wide Neath whose transparent waters play The merry trout the livelong day Free from dismay Nearer true happiness could we In Jhis world eer hope to be Forsooth it fills us with delight To gaze upon the wondrous sight From morh till night Ye city folk canyon not glean A lesson from this rural scene Does not the scent of newmown hay Attractyour weary steps this way Each gladsome day On all this beautiful domain Elysium fields of waving grain Attest In loud bu mellow tones The joys of countless happy homes Where wantner AJI jOLORED EArnThe colored I folks annual fair which was IHeld here on last week attracted tne usual big crowd especially on Saturdayand was quite a sue cess financially and otherwise There was one feature of the col ored fair which was eliminated this year and which marks a re form which the officials of the white associations would do well to imitate Ther were no gamb ling devices of any description in operation on the grounds Our colored brethern are to1 be commended in their action to ward cutting out the professional gamblers from operating at the fair for they certainly do add nothing but trouble to their fair It is more than probable by the way that the day of the gambler and holdup man at the Spring field fairs are past anyway The sentiment of the general public is against it and it is likely hat the directors ofjtne fair company will refuse to let the privileges Xgain another year I t DOTH cpAik ITRepreSen PL tative Wf D Claybrooke hs returned d from Louisville wherehe has been hobnobbing with some of the state politicians and has become posted on late political gossip The senatorial diS1csays and both Paynter and Blackburn friends are claiming to have the race won Percy Haley claims that they have polled the State and can show that Blackburn is not inf the race at alL Blackburn men are of course making similar claims for their man So far as Washington county is concerned Blackburn seems to be the choice of the Democratic voters in the race for senator1Representative Claybrooke who is also a candi date for reelection has iot yet declared himself in the race mid says that he has promised no one as to how his vote will go and probably will not do so until after the election A great many representatives and senators thjsameIures on the result very uncertain at this tim d TILL TRYING AltllOU ll there is appearently k lack of interest being shown in get ting outa ticket for county offi ces there are a good many Republicans throughout the county wl1o are insisting on an effort being made to put out a ticket if possible The County Committee will meet here on next couqty court day for the purpose of call ing a convention for about Sept BOth at which nominations for county offices will be made It iis thought probable that after all nominations for some of the pffi ces will be made and that there will notbe a walkover for the Seaitera1 at the November elec tion by tiny m ans if o XW02LX I JL fl a 19 fine lions Dsr H D Rodman of Joyes dale Ky has just returned from- thet Toronto Canada Nationa Exposition This is an annua and permanent institution and Canada people think it is f tthe best and Biggest Show on Earth Dr Rodman says the display of sheep and bacon hogs was especially fine He pur chased and brought back with him r eyeral larger Yorkshire to add to his herd One of them was a gilt picked from the heri which won first prize in the sweepstake ring and another was fii 6 monthsold boar which was second in Jbis class Dr Rodman expects to exhibit these at the State Fair at Lexington next week Farmers Home Journal Lite Fmflipi Money Finding health as like finding moneyso think those who are sick When you have a cough Gold sore throaty or chest irrjta ton better act promptly like W 0 Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I had aterrible chest trouble caused by smoke and coal dust on my lungs j but after finding no relief in other remedies I was cured by Dr Kings New Discovery lor Consumption coughs and colds Greatest sale of any cough or lung medicine in the world At Haydons drug store 50C and 1 guaranteed Trial bottle free A fight for Life While Mr T W Armstrong winalives near Bonta s school house was out in the field at work last Saturday he encoun tered a large spreading viper He attempted to loill it when the reptile showed fightand attacked him and it was Only after a long hard struggle that he succeeded in killing it Several times the snake had Mr Armstrong running for his life till hewas forcedto stand and fight The same day going home he picked up a hollow log and carriedit to his woodpile Upon chopping it up he found a big black snake inside which he cut ill two with the axe Thinking it dead he flung the remains aside After sundown that evening hejiaard a tel tibre commotion among his poultry and hurrying out to in vestigate hediscovered the frott half of the snake chasing a big turkey gobbler In cutting it he had evidently cut below the vital part and in the cool of tho evening the snake had revived and feeling hungry had attempt ea to fill up on chicken Mr Armstrong quickly severed the head this time making sure he did the job thorocghlyllar rodsourg Herald Hows This We otTer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure F J Cheney Co T ledo We the undersigned have known FJ Cheney for the last15 yearsand helievo him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to catry out any obligations made by his firm VALbJNC KINxN MARVINe Wholesale Druggists Toledo 0 Interfand mucous surfaces of thOsystem Send for list of tcstiniqaials Sold by Drutrgists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for consti pation A Week More Given The4 Executive Committee of the Burjey Growers Company met in this city Monday but as they had only a partial repprt from the different counties they deemed it advisable to wait another week llonger before making atinal announcement of the re sult of the canvass for stock by the Chairmen from the different counties There still remains to be subscribed about 40000 of the250000 required before the organization cap be effected It is hoped thatf the necessary amount of stack will be taken and that when the Executive Committee meets again the early part of next week they can announce that the full amount has been subscribed and the permanent organization effected President Hawkins Jlated that while he would not atinounc theful1success of the Company the meeting had deyelope 1 enough to permit him to say bat it would undoubtedly be a suc cess after one more week of hart1 workon the part of the officers and canvassers who are now in the field to secure subscriptions l from the farmers Ky Ob l server lreyon Engaied Engaged people should remem ber that after marriage many quarrels can be av Ikied by keep ins their digestions in good con dition with Electric Bitters S A Brown of Bennettstfille S C says For years my wife suffered intensely from dyspep sia complicated with a torpid liver until sh1ost her strength and vigor and became a mere wreck of her former self Then she tried Electric Bitters which helped her at once and finally made her entirely well She is now strong and healthy If C J Haydon druggist sells arid guarantpes them at 5Oc a bottle net Reply A lady recieved the following reply from a neighbor in answer to the questionwhy she allowed her children and husband to litter up every room in the house and the sentimJlftndlodger- uent in the hea fpvery home loving person iiitthjrland The marks of the little muddy feet upon he clean floor can be easier remoyed than the strin when these little feet go down into the mud of the highway to evil The prints of the little fingers on the windowpane cannot shut out the sunshine half so well as the shadows that darken the mothers heart ov6r that one who is but a name through the coming years And if my John finds his home n refuge frcton care and trouble and Ills greatest happiness with in its four walls he can put his boots in the rocking chair t and hang his coat on the floor everyday in thc week And if I can stand tt and he enjoys i itI can not seethat it is anybody elses business t teerofls and forte Everything ia In the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salvo EC DeWitt fc Go of Chicago discovered some years agohow to make a salve from Witch llizel that is a specific for Piles For blind bleeding itching and protruding piles eczema cuts burns bruises and all skin diseases DeWitts Salve has no equall This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWittsthe ge nine Sold by all Druggists Meld to Answer Dr Sam M Grume who is charged with shooting and wounding Mike Montedqnico inn quarrel at the house of panic and Tithe Ford Third avenue and Market street several weeks ago was held to answer on bond of 1000 in Police Court thisj f morning Attorneys W D Claybrook of Springfield and James P Reedy who appeared for Grume refused to allow their client to take the stand in liis own defense announcing the concluion of their case when the evidence for the Commonwealth was finished Attorney James P Edwards as sisted Prosecu or Hasjan on behalf of the family of MoDtedoft ICO Several witnesses testified for the prosecution to the effect that Crume accompanied by two friends visited the apartments of the Ford sistersand that Crumes actions became so objectionable that he was asked by Mon tedon ico to fleave After his depar ture it is claimed he returned and shot Moqtedonico while the latter was stauding on the stair way in the rear of tbe apart ments Montedonico was in the hospital four weeks as a result ota wound iu his side and an other in his leg The witnesses said Dr Crume fired six shots Crume is widelyknown in Washington county He wason trial there some time ago for killing a negro but was dis missed He is married and has one child Tillie Ford a witness fainted 1rled1 J Ik w Are T JtUneyK MM PfluseeaI1 kldMX till MwcQVuIQwx1IM If EailiamSprinss t As I have been absent for t short time will comeagain knock J ibig for admittance iIIIiIiIIIi visited relatives here last week Dr Hajtchctt and wife hav gone to see the formers brothe George Hatchett who is vertV lgI jSeveraljI turned to Kentucky I will name e some of them Ed Dean and fan ily4 Dock Kays and family an 1 Willie Jenkins Mrs Sarah Dean an o18an 3I respected lady of the Pieasa Rill neighborhood died Thursda r nfght Sept 7 She was buneil Saturday in the old Dean gray yard on the farm of J W Sat terly She leaves one son an 3 one daughter besides other relri iives andfiierids to mourn her ross iJMiss Addie Keelingentertainel i quite a number of friends lastt Wednesday night in a most clarmingmanner All seeme3 Th enjoy themselves fine and as the saj ing goes it seemed ihst everybody was talking and no body listening 4 The hotel at this place has closed for this season Tins year has been onep- r the titicinJt t years they have had in a long time as they have had a largp JMIssJ itinfCJatf Messrs Larkin White Charlie White hnd Ula Jenkins have tie fimois feyer very badly lljhey ae going to Icavo Kentucky in a short time so thipy sayv Iii SALES Mr Oscar Mobley sold a mare to Mr Sias Ar- tstrongfdrlO sold a horse for jrliarkin SDO Pinkslon bought a new hJie price unknown to writEr John Jenkins and Ivan bought a calf to butcher from 7 N Ie ling at 275 per hundrel farm for Sale I wish to sell privatejy ii y farm containing sa acres locat d 2 miles north of Springfield be tween the Willisburg and Vrl tpns Lick turnpikes Has house and barn on it and plenty of fruit and good water Contai is some fine tobacco land Far further particulars address MRS M A Hlj2NNESSY- R F P No lt Springfield Ky Horrible Explosion One of the mcst horrible accidents that ever occurred inlthis section took place at Stanford Saturday afternoon J T Jones a well known merchant of that city was filling a gasoline lamp when an explosion cccurred tl at was heard for more than a bIo k- In a moment Mr Jones was seen running into the street covered with flames from his waist to the nurnberjofbystandtirs from the store and behad to be knocked down by ore of tiis friends and held before tliey could got to him to smother out the flames Twelve hours Ilater he died a most horrible death Mr Jones was a very popular man and the accident is deplored rglItby pumping the air chamber of a rI ALyerIfs impure you are miserable all the time It is pure rich blood t invigorates strengthens refreshes You certainly kn- oWSarsapari11t godhealihmedicine tested and tried f0r 60 years A doctors medicine AyeraSaraparIIIaclno tho world f nervousness t cure II permanent ami I cannot tlmnlc vou enoucb Mas DELIA MOWJUL Hewark Ioosin bottle j c AU Lotyell MiM c1rnlufor s JPoor Health Laxative doss of Ayts Pillsl each- htreatllaid ttn f unapaHH gasoline lamp ttd too high aPes sure A pump had beea furn ishedwith the lamp but Mr Jones found that it did not work satisfactorily and borrowed all foot power bicycle pum to use on the llamp thinking that would answer the purpose At aboutt pumpUerodsburg Herald SCarc Brt1t1s Dis aee Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence Co N Y writes I had ilndttwelve years had taken a yell known kidney medicine and other remedies that were recommended but got norc lief until I began using Foleys Kid ne cure The first half bottle relieved me and four bottles have cured me off this terrible disease Before Ibegan taking Foleys Kidney Cure I had o male water about every fifteen min brickIa eliuiy substance I believe I would have died it I bad not taken FoleysJCidpey cure tt Sold by The Red crosif Drug Store In Trouble Again Berkley Gordon was fined 50 John Bailey 50 and 30 days in prison and Edgar Houngan 20 here Saturday for disturbing public worship at Macs Chapel the Sunday previous Bailey and Gordon bothof Washington county came to the church in an intoxicated condition and were coonin trouble when members of the congregation took charge of them and Tiroroptly sent for an officer to place them under ar rest While waiting for the offi cer Houngan conceived the idea of securing the boys release when he too was taken in charge and turned over to the officer Lebanon Falcon The John Bailey mentioned s the same young man whu was shot by Marshal John Grace at this place several weeks ago while trying to escape arrest TO CATARRHSUPPERHRS Hyontct Guaranteed to Cure byThc Red Cross Drug Store or Money Refunded The popularity and increase in the sales of Hyomei are unique in the annals of meiicine Such astonishing cures haye been made by this remedy that the proprietors have authorized The Red Cross Drug Store td sell every package of Hyomelunder an absolute guarantee that i will cure catarrh If it does not the purchaser can have his money refunded by The Red Cross Drug Store The ompleteByomdoutfit costs but II and cpnsIsts of an inhaler that can be carried In the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle Of Hyomei Thd inhaler lasts a Jifetime and if one bottle does not cure an extra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for 50 cents It istbe most economical of all remedies adverI Used for the euro of catarrh and is the only one that follows nature in her methods of treating diseases of the respiratory organs Breathe through the inhaler or a few minutes four times a cured1ThatsIf not cured The Red Cross Drug Store will refund your money Negro Killed Ben Stoner and Steve Gates alIt Gates over the head with a club inflicting injuries from which death resulted Tuesday evening Gates was aged about fifty years and was Stoners stepfather and it is said the difficulty originated over family disagreements Gates died at the home of one Gregory in Bardstown Stoner lIS a young negro and is in jail here awaiting his examining trial which takes placo today The home of the parties is at Samuels DepotStandard Attacked BY a Moli and beaten in a labor riot until covered with sores a Chicago street car conductor applied Buckiens Arnica Salve and was soon sound and well MI use lit in my family write G J Welch ol Tekonsha MichUlndtiDdlt erecSPlY great for cuts and im Oaly 25c atrffafv dons drj 11911 SUBSCRIPTiON f f J tjtr 4 AMattrt tr frf t j 0 ofHoalth of1 tj There is a cuaIitpiii Kpp 4 r Baking Powder wjiich makes t1thl 1 Thisipeculiarity llof RoyalI has ennotelbyi tlI II Physicians and 4ieyaccor L 11t ihgly T endorse jiY L i t xfvr fr I mend It t C Jfu J I I P d 4 f1tROYAl BAKINa 11 1 i tJlfi 1 m VWAitr ii Wfii H ii J 1L it t 7 J lOf LOGlJNtIRISJ L 1MM rIf It IIf cL SEVERE OPERATION WD Claybrooke returred home Sun day after being with his father Mr J a Claybrooke who was operated on at St Josephs In firmary Louisville last week for gall stone The operation waS performed by Drs Vance and Matthews and no less than nvo stones the smallest of which was larger thaii a quail egg were removed from Mr Clay brookes bladder The operation is considered a remarkable one that Mr Claybl oke who is 71 years of age should survive the ordeal He underwent zfcsirailar operation seven years ago when one very large stone was re woved Mr UJaybrcoke is rap idly recovering from the effects of the operation and hopes to te able to return home iD3 few days 1i SUCcEssFuLOne oftheinost successful religious revival meeting ever held iin Springfield was that which was brought to a close at the Presbyterian church this pace on last Wednesday evening Fourteen new mem brs were added to the church us- a direct result of the meetings Dr Baughman who did the preaching very effective in his pain and simple way of inter pretiog the Gospel In addition to the new members acquired by the church it is thought that the entire litembership of the church was greatly strengthened spirit ually by the preaching POLICE COURT Judge Noe of the Springfield PoJica Court had a full docket on Monday morn ing as a result of the colored fair and the hop in town on Saturday IIglitThe following cases were settled John Thomas carrying a pistol concealed 25 and ten days in jail Joe Linton breach ofthe peace15 and costs Moden McCauley gambling 20 and costs Ed Riley plain drunk 1 and costs E H Downey drunk 1 and costs Young drunk and disorderly 260 and trimmings Steve Ellery 250 and costs DECLARE A DIVIDEND The Washington County Faire made money on the meeting this year and the stock in the com pany should become a paying in vestment The directors at a meeting held since the fair decided to declare a six per cent dividend on the stock and this still leaves a surplus in the treas ury with which to do business next year Some repairs and improvements are to be made in the grounds before the next ifair which is expected to be bigger and better than ever PICTURE TAKENA photograph of theofficersftbe Childrens Fair Association ap peared in the Courier Journal last Monday The likeness w a good one contains tbefoJlbwif- oftlcersPrEsidefJt Djowmuf Robes tson vice president JAR Shultz secretary DttdkyJUfcr ertson trewurw Robert MajM direc ors Chre Way ei Jpiw Robert Bobbie tu1tzI Ber- Ro Ry- AaXhUltX C 0 Moid 1 Wo1M The ita q Q ll it bsn4- k 1Dcl I A sssuiuusnttitissI L itYpt jio KENTUCKY whOlesome aidrecomM r r repairs are being mOtI rlyi allthel turnpikes and =i of- jthe diet roads througbcmt thf f iCOUDtjRoad Siperiadet fI fatthe frI i ditching on many of the rand by the time winter eU ita if1 1 rtItIis hop d to have the ro davi r much jbetter shape than they iMr t at present s UIYtttlltfDr j j B Stti gelI 1204N ipiiiStj i 4 i lEvansyille hid writes Foe JPTK five years I wag tro bl 4 With k e7tand bladder affections whiek ceM If nte much pals and worry I Mt leak i4 anaill jru dowse aW ayar ff jY hado bafldoi WHk etirely I sad three of the test physicfcu wiM did J r iznenogooc1audIwapcaetiMIliveR up to die Polya Kidny Cit WM j recotuiierded anft the ri4oItk gave if me grejit relief and after taking ilfce t secpnd bofeIwas eatlrely cwM1 Sold by The Red CroW be i StorT i6OOIVCMiYIi IF t t1 J to The Weekly C 0tInetJM 1 1ctSenry Watterkoos paper wwM r to share the profits of ifcia prec f pcrouk year with its Esbscribsts 1 t Jt proposes t1iiye sy tIety Chsistnus presents raiiBii iitlrom100tof2Q awoaBtwc to 41600 in all There will b tar general presents of fICO 51 9Q 1t Jrtj and i0 and sixteen presuts lit H j30 and 20 io bet givs t ia the tstates of Keptacky IttdiMt i r J tt 1rMissOurifP q The plan is fair aid mi i iL Write to the Courier j 5i Company Louisville Ky t tic icopy of the Weekly OottiAMrv Jbartial giving full dMallc Ji fjf r Will be sent free t iA1aflJriiiM r When tndlgetstioR C itlla dapgeroiia JC DppQrtwill care iJacile tkMi aad all Vs iJ resulting thetefror thus JNfeve iwm Catarrh bf th Stiimscb bc JfciT i brouf ofl eaftif W Va Aji ff thoM suffering from iAdiflpMtiMi r sour Womach I w waW MJ ther k M btteiremedyJha K41DiissCure 1 have preseribexHt jir a h her of my NUteote wkk fdMcfMa i+ Kodol Djgpepria Cwr 4ftuu what r 1 you eat and Make MteiiaBUckjHmW Sold fo all Broffkts 4 y t j Cifiitri jMr Mims Williaiot Scr4sjr t f iof flits Civil Service cno p has received a fetter fr JrtLeon v PepPerjrd ttea t sJ Chief of the Irthmwui Ckaal kf t CommiMioa 1j is nMed fa JarIijlli rrj ourneyman ooM oai iIiti JPaW io eoosfaroci hooMft for the iMtt o qttoeri aad eoployw t r He pff ini 1 fr fte trja ip9rtBti0B froM SiwrJii Ur Ookm acd alloi y on ihe aa efilit hour dfwhite ell roale t i riutyIf r perouraaIfovziIsrc 1 qired tkey piU be ittpwtd Wae ofj and a ball tberefc r Mr WiUluM iM a noBbfr J bIaYiM ptialirs w MwlUlhtD wbobe1itiL r iIl 7 f rft + 4in osrdu1 r f t1r15 Usf eoblloold cM M wooplB it stop thsIajlaeOiie to Cvmistli bftk ranccly arIuand pleasmat CaatitM a eytate 5914 bfaldruJfilU 4 W NEWSLEADER VnTbmMDJY SAYIAPINADVAHCE 1 SWHHGFIBLD KY LltAFXSONJr1 Ic LMl aM apttcea 10 ceete pi r dt usnatiqrtoa- Cbieit eaHWatellaad political matter Ma JtliNiik1s ee at low rates buLcash t b j akLnJ1elh1J ij of gceds Aiiet1ag ewttracU Mlt liberal pMtaariu aJ resolutions of respect 3 In y 1250 slNstyOen h 50 c1e4ceI 1COO r TMDfWDAT IRPT 21 1905 We are authorized to announce rAfV W C MUDD t A Saw MI JiiWgcndent Democratic can 5yiafor Magistrate in the Freder i iciwtOTn and Springfield No9 Dis rkti November election 1905 The yellow fever situation in the South especially New Or 4 ItiTH ia improving and practi clly all fear of the epidemic in- that city is passed and there is b lIttle r doubt that all quarantine- will be raised and business re theLepidemics of 189798 The President has been invited and- has accepted the invitation to visitNew Orleans in October and ii is confidently expected that f tbeidiseas will vesubfided by that time and there will be no danger Of infection t Kentucky Slate Fair is in pro 1gress at Lexington this week and everything indicates successful meeting Tuesday was Louis ville day at the fair and 12000 people were in attenSance Jk WeaTii Treatment Ii ed Cent be1uba cni8U Valley Hill rMr Jerome Wohner and wife visited relatives near Willisburg 1 last Thursday and Friday Min Jennie McCabeof Springfield was Ihe popujar guest pi Miss Ola Goalieslast week Mrs Nancy Derringer of Will isbure is visiting relatives in- this section this week Mr John Virgin and wife of Maud visited Mrs Thos Reed of this place last week- S Harry Derrjnger visited friends near Polin Sunday Misses Pearl and Imogene Ooatley were pleasant guests of Mrs W F Moran Tuesday- Mrs Thomas Reed is convales cent afier a violent attack of fluy Mrs M D Reed is quite ill at this writingSThe intended game of baIl Valley Hill vs Maud was a fail ure owing to lack of players on the Maud team However a choose up game was played which was very interesting Mr Emerson n Barlowe of Maud received a severe stroke upon the SSthumb which came near dislocat ing same A matchgame is ar r Qfed for Saturday week be tween Maud and Valley HilL- Although late in tbeseas n muph interest is being taken in base b1l in these little villages A tood game is expected byNiMPearlon last Friday night for the ben efit of a school libtary was a success She realized 20 for xj her aialy efforts for the interest ofjier school Everythiiig was quiet ad sociable with the ex ception of one or two little kids wbxfdidnt know any better arid of course the older set looked 4 oyerthat One fellow lost a dol Jar whip and two torses become 4 choked down by being hitched r 9 up hillJ iI UNO rJ ThmMMtAs Hare Kldaey Trouble M DoHt Kaow it XeTo1IOtfl1a beltle or common glass with your Itc aiid let It stand twentyfour hours a edljnent or set tling indicates an condIttn of the kId neys if it stains your linen It Is f evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to i1W pass It or pain In alzopt derate tKO order i 1 Wktt0eTWe is tlort In the knowledge so Swampttc JW i rIiig rheumatism pain In Ua partIInabilitytopain passlnr S1 M ffMts rMerMdevrcemes unpleasant5Srrn MIl to ret up many tlrnsi- dr s lgbt The mild and the extra lsaiyefct of RMt1s o-aupe t1tIpeet for Its Yi0lt drfiI isr of ctaeSdl Jou HoWcIMYetbeI a1zuyn a book that I Utbed MJIrw4 mi L 0 cL NY Whn wr5bmsa- e = of dtWa1 r IMMK NHM WRiV1if fiiW HiWi ii H HH HV I I News From The County t 1j H plHinlns Amon the ounty People g I as Deported by our Correspondents cMftftMft ftftnftlftnftlftiIt VfI ft ug Card we II DIBlast week Several from here attended the ice creauLSUpper at Mr Martin Darlings Thursday night reporting a large rowd Mr Jack Sharp our road hiIi spector was here last week look ing after the condition of our roads He considers we learn that they need doctoring Mr A M Tathammo ed with hisjfamily last Thursday to Har rodiburg Mr GeoWard moved to the house vacated by Mr Tatham Mr James I Lay was kicked and seriously injured by a horse Saturday The animal striking Mr Lay just above the right eye We sincerely hope he will speedily recover Mr W G Simms had a dog to go mad which he dispatched Sunday Mr BilliGraham is expecting a jack buyer from Chicago in about ten dais wanting 20 jacks Mr R A Willham was in Lou isville last week Also Messrs B Lawson and Wm Graham were in Chicago and while there bought between 400 and 500 sheep Messrs Perkins and Brown boughtfrom T Graham 1 black mare for 110 Et J Brown from W L Graham 1 horse for 70 E G Holiday 3 cattle fr6m W A Roberts at 3 cents with 1 off also Ifrom Will Hats and 4 from A L Graham at from 2f to 3 cents per pound WJE Brown from J A Kyler 10 shoats at 4J cents Ike Armstrong from Levy Satteily 1 3yearold mare at 175 Rome Brown from W E Brown lihorse for 40 W L Graham from H H Graham 5 fat cows at 2 cents H J Browo from E G Holiday sheep at 4andGeo Ward8 sheep at 4 50 from same party Mr Thos Mobley sold his farm of 150 acres with iraprpv ments to Mr Romp Brown ai 30 per 1JcreMr Mobley bought the merchandise stand of Mr S H Gardner in Cardwell with 20 acres of land for 1400 Mr W L Graham sold 93 acres known as the Wesley Graham farm for 2406 to Messrs Richard Leonard Grant Drury JewitDurf Mr Geo Wardsold his crop of tobacco of 1 i acre in patch for 75 Also Mr John Coslow sld his crop in barn for 75 Erastus Mobley will return home from Illinois to conduct the store forhis father Mr Thos Mobley SIMPLE SIMON Mh Zion Echoesj If the edt of the NewsLead er will kindiy allow us space in its worthy columns for ourletter we will endeavor to represent this place in business and social news reports We are only school children and as this is our first attempt we ask every kind reader to overlook all errors Mr Jerome Trentsold to Mr Jeff Hughes lour hogs Price unknownMr Hood boughtof Mr Wjll Parish two calves atiendol- lars each Miss Lydia Williams has re turped from Bardstown where she has been visiting Mrs Wal lace Brown Mrs Jane Arnold and child1 en spent Sunday with Mrs S A Bayne Springfieldweek at the home of Mr H B Bonta Mrs ABle omme and her two MrsWmMr Start Ethenngton 6f Will isbug spent Sunday with Geo Sutherland and family Mrs Ella Taylor went to Bardstown Monday Mr Baley Pinkstpn wile and daughter spent Monday in Springfield Mrs B F Washburn who has been very sickls betterMrAvert Parish is not 6uite so well at this rlHnwIMr John Downs of Bloomfield was in this neighborhood one fapcyhorsessuited him ItMr John Russell and sister Miss Carrie accompanied by their neice Carrie Neale of Chaplin Fork went totyanars placetheyat Lexington with Misses Rilja Russell and Blanche Bonta A family reunion was heldat jbhe borne of Mr W Cv Eddie mans Sunday All the children GuyDawsonfield and spent a very enjoyable jday The following were enter Jtaiued Wm Eddleman and raily Arthur Eddjeman wife JohnWilliamsEdJkxnan wife and baby Ms8i1e Mae Williams left Tu forillerbsrg College halbeengiekipiproviagI and son o c Y1withY1 Pleasant Grove =Mrs L C James of Uarrods burg is visiting at the home of JF Gregory this week DR Litsey Inspector ofKy State Guard is at home for a short visit Walter Baker of Mackville and James Ewell of Bardstown are the guests of Byon Parks this week J R Noe and wife of Spring field visited at fhe home of Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Sunday Mr Johnnie Wall has returned home after a Visit to friends in Lawrenceburg Mr J F Gregory is in Ear rodsburg this week on business Frank Willett has gone to St Marvs Ky to attend college Messrs B B Leachman and Sterling Thompsoji will attend the State Fair at Lexington this week Dr R H Williams and wife of Ashbrooke are visiting the latters parents Mr and Mrs S C VanArsdale Mr C D Robertson and wife were at Mr J W Tl1Ol pson- sSlmdayJ Miss Roe Montgomery bac returned to her hpme in Lebanon after a pleasant slav of two weeks at the home of Mrs Alice rhompsonIGreen Hays of the Polin neighborhood was heretSunday to visit friends J W Howell of Mackville is visiting Keene Bros Mr Byon Parks and Miss Lizzie Mae Gregory will attend the Sate Pair atLexingtOn this week Mrs J R playbrqoke vho has been ill at the home ot her father Mri A L Litsey for several weeks is very much im proyed Little Marjorie Willett is very sick at present with all symptoms pointing towards typhoid fever We beg pardon of our dear readers this week for presenting them such short letter but there is positively nothing doing in Pleasant Grove Cripple Creek Park Poortowns oily summer resort closed its Agates for the season Sunday It afforded amtsement for the throngs of pleasure seekers who visited it this summer This was its first season and was a great adventure on the part of the owners but it proved a success and will be thrown open to the public May 15 1906 With the closing of the park and the returning to school of so many of our young folks it makes news exceedingly scarce however our communiiy has oue redeeming feature when another things are out of season we will have a protracted meeting Our little church is now In complete readiness and it will begin the second Sunday in Oc tober to continue one week W T Overstreet regular pssor will be assisted by the Rev Mr Latimer of Springfield PUNCH MAUL As one who cons at evening oer an album all alone And muses oer the faces of the friends that he has known So 1 turn the lleaves of fancy till in glory all resplendent I see the smiling features of the NewsLeader correspondent- The sunlight seems to flicker with a glimnjier of surprise And I pull the shade stilllbwer to rest the dazzle in my eyes And pick up my pen in silence save a chuckle which seems to say Just write to the old News Leader it will come in as good pay So here I am my Readers of the newsy t NewsLeader news Ill Justjot down sOl1ld items you may read them if you choose But with all the news together I am sure that you will say May long live the dear old Leader Live forever and a day Mrs 1 N Arnold of this place and sister Mrs Thompson of Bloomfield visited at Mack vile from Wednesday until FridayS To have eyen a simple case of indigestion is to have inside information of suffering that warns of serious trouble in the future unless the digestive sys temJs strengthened Every reader of the News Deader should grasp the oppor tunity offered by The Red Cross Drug Store to try Miono at their risk Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent box ol this remedy before each meal for a few days you will soon have a strong Mrs Edith = Duncan of Bloom field visited her mother Mrs Z C Andrews Thursday night Misses Kathryn Wakefield and Laura Shehan were guests of ThursdaylastjMiss Lili Shehan was the guest of her sister Mrs R C Soblit of Springfield the past week Mrs Jennie Barlow and son Dixie were in Springfield Sat urday A number from here attended the ice cream supper at the Valley Hill schoolhouse on last ia reportedlarge creamIMiss Katherine Dawson of Bloomfield was in town Friday eveningMrs Ora Crume was in Spring field Wednesday on business Miss Kathryn Settle left Monday for Bardstown to attend school Joe Marshall of Bardstown made us a call Sunday afternoon James Hays also paid his usual respects to one o our fair sex Sunday afternoon and even IngSMiss Roxe Waken ld reen t red school at St Catherine Monday Erie Arnold attending school in Tennessee Erie seems to think very much of the Old Folks at home since taking up his scholastic work Miss Anna Jones leftfor Lou- ISville Wednesday We regret very much to lose Miss Anna as she is ofavery jovial nature and has won many friends Quite a num6er from here at tended the sale of Mr Greer near here Thursday TJbings brought reasonably good price old corn selling at 38c and new at 32c Albert Sheban bought a coltl abouttwo years ago for 39 A few days since he was offcred 150 which price he was about to ac cept but upon reflecting over tho matter reached the conclusion that he had as well have a good horse as anyone elce there fore refused the proffered sum H T Virgin has about corn pleted his tobacco barn The family of T B Virgin has been highly entertained the past week with the violin solos of Marvin Houston of Chaplin Mr and Mis Thomas Reed hove the heartfelt sympathy r this entire cQmmunity in the death of their little daughter Mary Kathryn who fell asleep last Monday morning the j 1th and was interred the following day at Camp Ground Only two weeksprevious her little brother Thomas M was taken from them ana just before crossing the Dark River little Kathryn waved her hand and said Hello Brother Im coming They were both bright lovable childr n Frank Arnod of Maple Hill and Gilbert Donahoo of Valley visited friends here Satur day nig Jitt A crowd pf some of our older set enjoyed an outing at Tathara Sunday We failed to learrj all names so forbear giving any One of cur young men starled out last Sunday to see his best girl but on reaching Springfield bis horse seemed to think it had been driven quite far enough so succeeded in breaking both shafts and he came near having to walk back home z Mrs Hal Shehan is on the sick listI Mrs Ora Grume and two little sons visited Mrs Fannie Grume at Croakesville last Saturday Mr J I Royalty and daugh ter Miss Eva attended the Asso ciation at Coxs Greek last Wednesday 5 Robert Gray of Polin visited the fumilyof J I Royalty last Tuesday night and attended the Association at Coxs Creek Wed nesdayandThursdav MrrE F WdIcefield and wile visited relatives at Harrodsburg from Tuesday un il Thursday Dr and Mrs Peake of Louis vUJe were the guests of Dr J N Shehan and family recently Mr Lev Brown and wife of Springfield were guests of Mr W P Shehan and wife Tuesday ni btIINSIDE INFORMATION The NiewsLeader Readers Chance for Pro Everyone Opght tto Grasp this Opportunity and Hill will stomach and perfect health When there are pains or dis tress after eating head aches belching of ass a four taste in the mouth dizziness treaitbarnt specks before the eyes furred tongue fcleeplersnessj nervous ness or back ache the stomach needs the help of Miona Ask The Red Cross Drug Store to show you the guarantee under which they sell Mio na Thh valuableTiemedy coss you no h lug unless it reato es heal tin T TrDemocratic Candidates 5Dhe following geritlemah were t tbeirlparty gust 6th Ifl04 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker Repsenttiye W D Clay aoke or SheriffJ S Osbournf SuTtf of SchoolJT Bush For JailerrGeo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBry an W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery your town dined wit1the latters mother Tuesday FRIZZLE HEAD Mackville I Everybody in our community seem to be very busy ndeed Some are cutting and putting up their tobacco some are trading and others are building houses barns etc und a jew ar going to church We bavea protracted meeting going on nowjat the Baptist church Rev Qrayes- from Lebanon is dolrij the preaching The congregations are increasing all the time The ladies of the Cbjristian church are also busy getting ready for the dedicationi WhiCh will be some time in October The conference is over rnd the old pas tot Rev G V Told was removed and a new one sent here in his place He came in Saturday night with hi wife anti goods and preach d Sunday morning The laQi s will be busy now getting them set up for housekeeping Rev Walden filled his pulpit Sunday morning and Mr Over strjeefc in thq afternoon Rev J W Carter andvrife at tended service at the Methodist church Sunday Tbeyara pend ing a week with her father Mr Sweeney Yankey Mrs S W Peepl s and cliil dren are at John Peters for a week or two with her aun Mrs Isham who isseriously il Miss Bertha Gabhard from Rose Hill is spending a wetk withher aunt Mrs Udmd nand attendingchurqbMrs Thompson has been visiting her daughter near Fairfield for a week Mr James Cregor has sold his farm to Mr Bob Shewmaker hisIberThe Shewmaker farm wcs soldi last Saturday to the highest bidder Mr J B Lester beirie the purchaser Price paid 25 per acre SMr Paris Peter sold aijalf to Henry Hilton for 12 J B Lester Bro were buying calves last week paying from8to4ll Frank Martin bought from Dee Hiatt a lot of bio cat le fort meSViIIisbiJrg Mrs Ha Tatum and chi dren of Litsey are4 visiting her mother Mrs M A Shirle Mrs Mnry Hughs an son Willie and Mr P 0 Shewmaker were visiting at Fenwick SundJiy Dr W L Wells and Lester Gibbs attended church at Mack ville Sunday night- Dr W L Wells lefl W dnes stayinMrs Npra Foster and Utile daughter Thel ma left We dues day morning for hicago here they will jqin Mr Foster to maket their future home Mrs Sue Merritt has goio to Mopresville Indiana to visit her cousin George sc family Several from hereuggSIabd the box supper last Wednesday Jbenetit oiwis Reynolds bOiS very ill gonetowho is ill Mr J T Sutherland anti wife T INDIGESTIONS RECO1U ourdigestiont preacrlbcoleveral Indigestion is making an awful jecord t as a cause of sudden deaths It l beat tIVouently healthy and even robust men being indigestionafter physicianjCThis should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate victims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flowfcr before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures August Flower prevents indigestion by creaUtig good digestion It also regjilate uptheTwo sizes 350 and 7e All druggista 1 f 1r I IrTo Cure a Cold In One Day Carn Orifr LaxaJive Bromo niIte1j A IftJ TllilIipatare 7C t rJl REAL ESTATE FOR SALEEi By McElroy 8 Wharton Real Estate Dealers SRiN6HLPakY1 L 50130 acre farm situated 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling house stock and tobacco barn Price 3000 51 220 acre farm located 6 mites from Springfield all lays well mostly in grass good dwelling and two good barns convenient both church and school Price 4250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 71 miles from Springfield first class improvements of every kind 8 room dwelling first class stock and tobacco barns good orchard and plentYof timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all In good state of culti vation lays well ana mostly in grass right on the pike Price 37 peracre 64 Farm of 175 acres 61 miles from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well and ia well fenced 35 peracre 55548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike good im provementsjthree good barns nearly lays well Price S40 per acre 60 Good farm 140 acres 3J mites from Springfield all good land good house and barn well fenced and watered 543 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 2j miles from town 230 acres nearly all in grass 60acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass qicof 8 room dwelling 2 good stack barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 50 per acre 58 90 acre far n 5 miles from Springfield located on the pike good land in high state of cultivation good small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acre f59 181 acre of land 1 mile from Springfield al in grass good house and barn well fenced and watered 50 per acre 60 60 acre farm 61 mjles from Springfield good 3 room dwelling food barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room cutbuildingsacres perfectly level land all in grim Price S3000 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east of Bardstown all laysweil 133 acres cleared 75 acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 24 miles from Springfield alll in grass lays well price 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile fr om MackviUe en the pike good well irtj barn and outbuildings well fenced and watered mostly inblue i visited Mr JR6brt Shewmaker and wife of Fenwick Sunday Everett Keeling visited dt Chaplin Saturday and Sunday Stanley Rogers and sister Mi s Ethel were guests of airs TJ spentlast Miller Sunday isitedIhis mother and father at this place last week Mrs Ed Foster and liss Addie Foster spent Monday with Mrs Nora Foster Dr J T Sutherland hs gone 1to Lexington to attend the fair Dan Mcllvoy and family were parenthSunlay Mrs Lou Elen Birch and little daughter Nancy and Ed Reed and wife who haye been guests at Birchwood for several weeks past have returned to their homes in Louisville William Seay of L any Hie visited at the home of Kirs M J Birch last week Mr Turner Scruggs who has been ill for several monthsat the home of his ister Mrs Merrilt Hungate passed away on last Friday evening at six oclock He was laid to res the following cemeteryRevfuneral services No UJIDlc8hni Ellccls If you ever took DeWitta LittleEarJy Risers for biliousness or constipation ypa know what pill pleasure Js These famous little pills cleanse the liver and rid the system of all bile without producing unpleasant effects Sold by all Druggists arm for Sale I want to sell my farm known as the Willl Thompson farm sit uated three quarters of a mile from Kelleys Shop in Pleasant Grove neighborhood on Willis burg pike contaimug 155 acres The place has a good six room dwelling good tobacco and stock barn well watered and well fenced About 60 acres in cul tivation balance in grass some good tobacco land There is a largo lot of locust post timber growing on the place For fur tiior particulars call on J W WALLS R F D No 8 Spring eld Ky A CoM Settled His KIdneyS A J Jenncssc 9201 Butler Stchi ndIam out In all kinds of weather I took a told which settled in my kI4aeya and I was in bid shape I tried several advertised remedies with no bene fits until I was recommended try Foley n Kidney Cure Two thlrda of a bottle cured me Sold ty The ned rQsug StoreS 500 locust peracret 64 63 acres located 3 miles from Mackyille nev 6 room dwelling all plentyflewstate of cultivation Price 3600 66 121 apres located 5 tulles from Springfield near the pike good house and tenant house good stock baru and tobacco barn 100 acres In grass 3600 67 248 acre farm situattd 2J miles from Springfield on the pike good 6 room dwelling good barncistern atboth house and barn will fenced desirable home Price 30 per acre 68263 acre farm located 7i miles from Springfield near pike goodS room dwelling good barn and other outbuildings plenty tobacco land 20 acres bottom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 2750 per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles north of Willisburg good rOom aweljlngv Food stock and tobacco barn first class tenant hoWe easy payments price 20 v SpringfieldOutbuildingi325O 71 334 acres located in Nebon county 21 miles from Maud two small houses good barn well watered and mostly in grass SiSperacre- Springfieldoutbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price 6000 73 76 acres three miles from barpallin74 96 acres three miles frrm Mack ville mostly in grass plenty tobacco land good house and barn Price 2250 76 122J acres located close 1o dweflingbarnoftoacco1andall in graSs price25 76 140 acres 2K miles from Willis burg good dwelling good stock and tpbacco barn 30 acres timber farm well watered Price 30 per acre 77 106 acres 2 miles from Mackville all in grass 6 room dwelling stock barn milk House and meat house plenty of fruit of all kinds Price 25 per acre j 78 116 acres in Pleasant Rut neighborhood good Jinprovement oJ eyery kind lays well arid ia wellI1 fenced and watered Price 50 Spripgfields rpriugflldland 8 acres timber price 500 t1lqnat 1 82 115 acres i miles front Spring ij field on pike price 30 per acre i J83 218 acre giod dweiliiig good barn 20 acres timber land JSOacres iin grass Price 2600 84 100 acres 134 miles front Feu + wellfgrassplenty 5454 goodstrongwell fenced acd watered price 2700 i86 200 acres onehalf milt from 1 Springfield good land wtll fenced and yatered Price 60 87 60 acres one mile froaeflooker good new room house stock tiara f Yellwateredand32 per acre 88 50 acres oe mile from Booker 4 room house gootl accoiarRi fe acres In grass all tObacco land 3i eracre fromSpringfield fdwelJiI1gf fttfenced well price 63POO for tlietrtKtr i ii1from r and barn well wateredt and fenced price 30 improvemeats 91 500 eres2mi1eJronSprinf j tobacco land all lays well 100 acres in timber 200 aires In blue grass 5 f1arns and3 tenant houses 6 92 140 acres well located 2 huitsiX rVIt audbarn Pjrfce 2600 1f Town Property rtFlrstclaes store building ttftoi good t six room dweJUnr both in rttcl5Wu f pricelOW 1 li Good 6 room dwelling ok Maini stt tJi I Good 5 room dwelling well located Iand conveniently arranged drmoiern improvements Good house 6 acres ot land all good outbuildings Nice small dwelling on LeDaBOati avenue Nice 5 room cottage a ttl cottage on w iSmall dwelling on East Main Street 1 qrugyVirgInIa + M llroy WI1ItOr Sprigfie1dKys1 f t F V r t the first NtioudI Bank I 1SPRINGFIELD KY4 I tg jaPfIIiil 5OOOO tI ttSurplus dud Undivided Profits 23M6- g J to 4t f tVicePresideAtg8 roster Booklieeper i ttDrtECToRsn L Litsey J W Lwis SfdneYiGieen f M pimp 4l belt R H Edelen H MJGrundy Johni Polin I 5We grant every favor consistent with safe banking YbuVtti I ri4 1j ness respectfully solicited T J 0 0000000000 w tf A BUSIESSTboNI I III I L ry to the jQUBg icem eI or young woman who would win success Jin life This being concefci it h fof first importance to get our training at the school that stands 1m tks tvery front rank rj T Thh BRYANT O STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE SN E CornerSecondand5Wawtt- LwizvllzeKyS BOOK KEEF INCSS Seven experienced teachers eacboisa SHORTHAND one a Specialist In his line writepra- TYF3ENARIT tINC3 be utiIiIl book giving testimonials from TI TELEC3FAF3HY graduates occupying prominent posItions Jtt1tftHOS W DRYDEN GEO W SCHWARTZ p5 PRESIDENTSEOYANDTREAS i J 8 JarbtN 1 ti IOEllIc- t t A aD fQuantitJt l r IIWIH 4DKY- aEr I i s r g EEBzmBE E I acI Peoples Deposit t8 k V SPRINGFIELD KY 11ORGANIZED DECMMBEK t l j 4 Capital ff50KH if f c Surplus and Profits f2oO z tf1i 2 OFFICERSGeo D Robertson PresIdent I BVIbnraia VkePVi dent J A Boulwarek Cashier pita 11 csSAssIstiitCashher B OI ee BookrKetlwr I J 1 DIRECTORS Geo D RobertsON I ii ThurwaB W L GrG tB Haydon J WbSatterlTT if Blaafmd f r Patrons enjOy every privilege uJdly extea Cwell equipped flankS Prospective eFtoR are ivtttd te write or call In person J Joq 435U1cJat A Dfi 1 1 BURTON KfWDNT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED ITHOUT PAIN r JI MGCkVpauIN BPHIKGF1BLD KY All I eiiua Work Strictlyj wPiratclIis D J H LAMPTON t ooOF F10K kce1o14 I WFGRIGSBY frftNEYATLAW f JBe yer Peoples Bank Jf SPRINGFIELD KY J BRoBAKDS MW FYATT IARDSHATT Plyskitft uA Simeons OSe next to Clerks Office = DR J fIe HOPPER- PiJSICIAKIDdSURGEO 11 c PONESi Office Over 9ftke 97 Hasans Grocery Mece71 JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL latCII er Iud Jciclcr Carries a line of Watches Clocks Jewelry Repairing aSpe duty Located on Main Street opposite Eresbyterian church Springfield Ky 0DR W F TRUSTY PRACTICAL i DENTISTOffice over Haydgn 4cBarber Dental work atraasonable prices All workguarante d SPRINGFIELD K- YJOHNYMAYES flllEUL DIRECTOR y kNit LICENSED 1BALMER TELEPHONE DAyagNIG1T74 SPRINGFIELH IT t Railroad Schfxd ule Following is the time schedule now in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bald town Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 Am Bardstown 617 am- Bards own Junctiori 705 amIarrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at 7BO am Bardstown Junction 4U3Q am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm No44 Leaves Springfielol a 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays onlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards towti 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 am arrives at Louisville 935 am 1 No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves l Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown 3Jtinction 650 pm Bardstow- n735pm arrives at Springfield ff25 pm II F RILLElfIRYER L SONS Blue Grass Nurseries 1 Lexington KyV Offer for the Fall of 1905 a full stock ofruit and Ornamental trees Grapevines Asparagus SmaliFruils Rhubarb Shurbs etc We employ no Agents buts 1l direct to the planter ft CanTduEtVV J B Taylor a prominent oJCnrte man TexassavsI could i Mt eat because of weakstomach I lost all strength and ran down in- weif lit All that money could do was dooe but all hope of recovery van t be4 Hearing of some wonderful CUreVeffected by use Kodol Dys n Care 1 concluded to try it The J kfii b tk benefited me and aft- ertajour oUTes1 am fully re- htlaDaI pepita diff eiti iriMijrtm eat andcures Hold 1HDrIt jI JQ hNw M i iuT I TONLoca1HappenIns f Latest Interest 1 c I I JIIJ ami Acquahstances1TOFIG8 i t MJM i rF Vinegars of all kinds any price at 0 Wi Hagan FOR SALEr6000 tobacco stick at f6 per 1000 J F Pettus O For good meats go to Carpenters butcher shopHe handle only the best Fresh oysters received Thurs day evening at McElroy Bros grocery Afew dozen fruit jars left thatt VIC W Hagan FOR SALESeed wheat and two g 01am resHite Clements R F D No 2Springfield Ky Born on Saturday last tothe wife of Jame Hickson at Simms a girl Dr Crume was the at tendingphysician The Christian church at Mack ville Ky will be dedicated on Sunday Oct 1st 1905V Services conducted by Rev L L Carpenter of Wabash Ind All are invited to attend STRAYED From my place on Pleasant Run about four weeks ago a buck lour years old black prints Any information leading to his recovery will be rewarded N 1RVTADAM- SMrBenF Simms went to Chatanopga Tenn unday af ter receiving news that his brother John A Sims was seriously ill Later news is to the effect that Mr Simms had suf fered a slight stroke Qf paralysis but was gettingbetteV E A Boblit has sold hislin terest in the Tobin farm near Mooresville tohis partner N F Curtsinger and has purchased 45 acres from Henry Thompson for 1450 Mr Boblitt also bought the Henry Williams place adjoin ing from Mrs Mary E Williams for 1200 v Mrs Helen Walker widow of Dr Thos R Walker died at her home in Louisviljle on Sunday The deceased was born and reared in Springfield being a daughter of the late Clelland Cunningham and a sister of Mr Andrew Cunningham the well known local merchant r S Mr Campbell reports the following sales R F McElroys sale on the 14th as being very well attended and Veerything- selling fairly well Cows and calves from 25 to 35 farm mares from 25 to 140 yearling mules 60 per head etc farm implement and household goods as usual sold low Also reports the land sale onr the 16th for Calvin Shewmaker Children 175 acre farm at 25 per acre J B Luster becoming the purchas er Four shares of lank stock of the Mackville BaQkat 116 per share Henry Cranes the purchaser Mr Campbell reports Danville court day sales Monday as fol lows 82 head yearling steers at 310 per hundred 2yearold steers at 3 35 per hundred one cow and calf 25 one cow and calf 19 one 2yeatHjold heifer 13 plug horses froth 20 to50 one good mare for 113one good horse 8526V New Harness factory Springfield is t have a new harness factory arrangements having already been made to that effect The new factory will be located in the house Va- Cated by Hodapp Millar and it is expected to have it in opera tion within two or three weeks Mr J L Allen is the cheif pro moter of the new enterprise and he has associated with him Mr George Begemann of Louisville vho iis practical harness maker A full outfit of machinery will be installed and quite a number of hands will be employed 1 The new concern will make harness for the wholesale trade only and have encouraging prospects conIshop in connection with their business have decided to give way and leave the field clear to this new factoryI Tax P ve Attention Countyjand State taxes for the year 1905are now due and should be paid All persons owing back taxes for previous year are hoti fled that same inust be paid at pnce to avoid luther costs Byron Croake Sheriff W C Ji 1 GriMeRS Den Last Monday evening as the day passed into the night and the shadows envelop d theearth the spirit of J F Gribbenf passed away into the great be yond He had been ill of ty phoid fever about four weeks and seemed to be convalescing when a relapse came last week and he gradually weakened uh tit the end MrGribbens was born in Tay llor county April 22 1855 and lived there until 1892 when he came to Washington county to live He was married twice his first wife living three years Two children were born to them one 4yin in i fancy the other Oliver survives In 1892 he was married to Miss Annie Edwards of Marion county who is left to mourn her husbands death He is survived by his father and five brothers who live in Marion cOunty Mr Gribbins was a member oj the Methodist church haying professed religion at eighteen years of age and had lived a de vout Christian life ever since His last days were rich in exper iences that come from a life spent to the honor of God He laid down earths scepter io take up his crown in Heaven The funeral services were held at the Methodist church Tuesday- t three oclock Rev Hoskin son preaching the sermon after which the remains were laid to rest in Cemetery Hill Death of Miss OBryan L iMiss Fannie OBryan died on last Monday aftenoon at the home of her brotherinlaw Rob ert Orkies near town of consump tion Although she was in a very bad state of health Miss OBryankept up and wits out to church only the day before her death The deceased was about 30 years of age and was a woman of fine character and one who had mapy friends She was a daughter of the late Frank OBryan and had made her home with her t sister Mrs Robert Orkies The funeral took place at St Rbseon Tuesday NotIce fto the Members of the Washington County Republican Committe VM important meeting of the Washington County Re publican Committee will be held in Springfield on next coun ty court day Monday Sept 25 for the purpose of taking steps toward nominating candidates for the various county offices to ber voted for in the coming Noven ber election and for the transact- iOn of such other business as may regularly come before it Every member of said committee is urged tofbe present EZRA SUTHERLAND Sec Public Sale ON THURSDAY SEPT 28t I will sell to the highest and best bidder niy farm situated in Washington county 2 miles from Mackville on road leading to Willisburg my farm ing J25 acres Good dcontainjj house and tobacco barn necessary outbuildings oqe of the best orchards in the cointy- TERMSOnethird down re mainder in one and two years interest from date M FERRILL tA Mules Wanted nG Fox Co will be in Springfield Monday Sept 25 county court day to buy 100 mule edits and yearling mules VJ rDEAQN A L H D Stiles is on tliCsick list Mr A R Shultz and wife spent Sunday in Lebanon MrsW F Grisby is vi relatives at Chaplin this week Miss Annie Simms has gone to St Catherine to school Henry Lee is in Louisyille for a fewdays stay j MissEliabetb Deboe is visi ting friends in Louisville J J McCabe has returned from French Lick Miss Margaret Russell was at homefrom Bardstown Sunday Mr J F Greene is in Norfprk Va this week r Miss Louise Settle of Maud visised friends here Sunday Mrs Mitt Mayes has returned from Covington Messrs James Waters and Stephen B Thompson were in Lebanon Tuesday Mrs Oscar Walker attended the funeral of Mrs Helen Walker in Louisville Wednesday Messrs Arthur Mudd and Warren Nally have returned from Upiontown Miss Louise Wathen of Leba non is visiting Miss Louise Medley Mrs Thomas Medley of Oweiwboro is visiting at Mr George Medleys Mr and Mrs W K Robert son are inCincinnatti buying goods for the firm of Robertson l BrosMiss beenIbut is improving now lieLCluisvillelie Mr J L Searcy has returned from Texas where he has bought property and will move his family there Mrs Thomas Miller of VitlisI burg was shopping and visiting friends in town yesterday Mr Theo Campbell wife and children spent Monday at Mrs John Browns at Lebanon Mr Viella Spaidingof Lebanon spent Sunday Iherethe- guest of friends Mrs M L Searcy is visiting friends at Lawrenceburg and LexingtonIMr Juan Londeta jis confined to his room with an attack of malarial fevCrV Mrs Mary Hughes of Bloom field is visiting her brothers and bisters here this wo k Misses Annie Mayes and Veola Brown are visiting Mrs J R Mahon of Lebanon Mr and Mrs Robert Fmley McElroy have moved into town and are boarding with Mr E S M ayes Jr- Judge W E Selecnian andl son Will have returned from a fishing trip in Michigan Mr R H McElroy and family have moved to the R IV1cEl roy farm Miss Bertha Miller of New Hope who is attending school at Bardtown visited her sister Mrs W F Trusty last week Misses Katie Green and Oath erine Kearns of Louisville areI guests at Walker Heightsi MrT S Mayes and wifewent to Lexington yesterday to attend the State Fair r Mrs Annie Rankin Mrs T R Spalding and da ghter Miss Nancy Spalding of Mississippi were Friday guests of Mrs AR Shultz Miss Minnie Mcbiellan is in Louisville making up a stock of millinery for the fall trade Or1 Mrs Kate Williams She will return the latter part of theJ week 1 4 4 IiSchoolt Ii5 VWe tot only have the largest of 4 thing fort school work but will Sr everyImoney onyour purchases IWe will give special prices if 4 buy th bulk of your supplies at onetmC We have allthe J 4 1 Text Books for all the grades Tablets slate pencils 4 pens ink rulers school bags v lunch It boxes etc 4 ii vBAYDONS fl CORNER DRUG STORE 1 iti t i so htweaDice selectionof new LACE COLLARS and BELTS In all of the nevest sj les andto suit any figure have ordered a complete line of I r NICE FURS I WbiChWillbe onexhibition at my store in a few days atdtiti tstock it wiirpay before all buying who need furs this season to inspect Mrs Kate Williams THE MILLINER t Miss Jennie Cokend cipher is at the home of her sister Mrs W F Grigsby to attend the Graded School Jouett BrownelSpent last week in Indianapolis visiting relatives and attending the State Fair Mr Conrad Hertiein and wife left Sunday for a visit to Louis vine and Lexingon to the State Fair i Miss Flora Mudd entertained the Progressive Euchre Club Wednesday afternoon and the Eight Hand Club this afternoon at Cherry Hill Mr Joseph Price of Owens boro 5s here at thejbedside of his mother who is dangerously ill Mr Thad W Minion wife and son of New Haven were guests of Mrs C A Green the latter part of last week Mr Will Hagan and wife have returned from Adairville after a pleasant visit with relatives and friends Mrs W W Ray and daughter Miss Sue of Lebanon were th guests of the family of W T McElroyJast FridayV Miss Nora Bonta of Maple Hill spent Satuday and Sun day with her sister Mrs SH Bishop Messrs T D wells E Sj Mayes Jr Lee Parrott WC McOhordVWVD Claybrooke and JudgeThurman went to ttlio State Fair at Lexington yes terday A large number of people from town went out to Pleasant Grove to the ice dream social at Affst Lucien Gregorys given for the benefit ofthe ch rth Rev J T McCormick and wife of Loretto were here the first of the week Rev McCor mick was at one time pastor of tile Methodist church at this place and has many friends here Messrs Bruce Keene B B Leachman and Sterling Thomp sonof the Pleasant Grove neigh borhood went to Lexington to attend the State Fair The marriage of Miss Lucy Spalding to Mr Ed iSmith of Bardstown is announced for October 11 Miss Spalding is wellknown here having visited Miss Bertha Haydon and is a populairsociety girlV Messrs M Land John L Searcy have returned from a trip to thePan Handle country in Texas where they vcnfr n a prospecting tour Mr bL F Hickerson of Mack yule passed through here llast Thursday enroutoto Mt Ster ling Ill to visit his brother He will also visit his neice at Kushville Ill Mrs J L Wharton and sont Ormsby and Will H came home Thursday from Louisville for a weeks visit They returned today and Ormsby will remain under his physicians care until he fully regains his health Earl Campbell son of S M Campbell who has been clerk ing in the grocery and furniture store of Lizzie Campbell for the past two years left Monday for Indianapolis Ind to accept a biSl1brotherhim Earl was popular here with all who knew and doalt with him and he takes with him best wishes of his many friends jRevo Nathan Bachman left last Thursday morning for his home at Sweet Water Tenn His many fri ndshere hope that his useful life maybe spared many years and that he maybe permitted to return here and preach the Gospel in its simplf city and purity as he did in the meeting just closed Aunt Mary Thompson has given up house keeping and gone to Mr Benoni Hardins to live Her advanced age made housekeeping a hardship that her strength was not sufficient to meet Mrs Graham who has a ben living wiih her mother two years will gp to Henryville to livfe with her daughter after visiting friends in the Pleasant G ove neighborhood two weeks CASTORIAI For In mts aud Children Ther Kind You Havi Always Bought 3ears the dSignature of l j Public Sale On Thursday Sept 21 I will otter for sale my farm of 263 acres locatedmiles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barn and otjher outbuildings plenty of to bdcco land 20 acres of bottom land The farm lies well mostly iiin grassland well watered If oI smile is made furm will be r ntedI At same time I will sell 12 headI o 120Q pound cattle 10 headI y arling cattle 4 cows and calves 2 ows and pigs 20 head of fatI hogs 60 head of gobd stockI e es2 southdown bucks onei b ack m reandcolt one bay mare one black horse seven y ars old one brown horse sixI y jars old one bay horse threeI y jars old all drive and work well anywhere FARMING IMPLEMENTSI rOne two horse wagon oiej 4 ring self binder one mowerj one rake plows and harrows other farming implements 100 bishelsdf rye 100 barrels of c6rn some hay onebuggy and harness household and kitchen furniture Terms made known op day of sale Dinner on the ground If T M SHEWMAKER Do Rot Jec Impnel dUuon FoJey Co CbicaRo originated oney and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley s Honey and Tar many imitations are offered f r the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any sub stitute off rea as no other preparation will ffiye tie satpe satisfaction It is u ildly laxative It contains no opiates aid is safest for children and delicate p rsons Tot sale by The Red Cress Drug Store A BUSINESS FOR SALt I desire to sell my onehalf in t rest in the butcher business of TI Cox Co I find it ecessary to devote my entire meto my farm and for this reason desire to sell The v lusiness is one of the best in own and for the amount of capital invested I believe I am safe in saying it pays morje money than any business house iin Springfield My reasons for celling are as above stated Address me at Springfield yoLUTIIERJ BURNS ACardolThuksV We thank the neighbors and riends more tliajn words can ex press for their kindness and ympathy in the sickness and eath of our husband and father J F GRJBBENS MRS ANNIE GRIBBENS OLIVER GRIBBENS dot Off GheaD He may well think he has got ff cheap who after having con racted constipation or iodiges ion is still able to perfectly le tore hs health Nothing will lo this but Dr Kings New Life Slls A quick pleasant and ertain cure for headache con stipation etc 25Cat Hay dons Drugstore guaranteed Contractors Notice Bids win be received at my office in Springfield uP until noon on Saturday September 30 for the construction of a con crete sidewalk on the West side of Court Square Springfield a distance of about 200 feet For further information call on T S MAYES t County Attorney VV 0 IjIflflJ a Coli II ue day Take Laxative Bromo Quinnie Tab lets All druggists refund the money if It fails to cure E W Groves gat is on eachbox 3c Er = iiT- Ready to Use Pajnts For Little Joh There arc dozens of place rouBi jY laI bJMol1ittli fft T paint in handy little cansior every jdb of tkatkiwt-i Enmels Black white andbeautifi4 timi Bright colors for porch furniture flower pots afeofe baby carriages etc White al UaU for kits nor woodwork furniture bathtub tc fie y 4 Varnish Stains P Stain to imitate natural wood and aso varnMif all at one operation Can 1130 USd ovec old t VVVV paint or fresh surface Useful intsccxriM ot wasj F cFloor Paint r It is twice as easy to keep a floor cleniiid itss certainly improves 1 1 appearance Dries hard over night 1i H Family Paints v V Ready to use and you can doasVgd a job X Vwith out paints asarofesional Ask for if- cardH Store5CSmock 6 Haydon Propr y iyi i r k rOQOQOO BOYS Q Jt 1tj + sJIJIt Please dont forget us wben you etJ ifft ready to buy that School Suit We H itJ hatdle the rii S1LPES 1 4 r j the kind that will wear you They Qti i C fit and hold tbeirj stap too We V f t will make you special low pr t r rtthis month cellforii i t f dt IV Jr d Yrf jf t We sell the Mothers Friend g f j rJ f SHIRT WAl TSgf j For boys 4 years to 14 years Pric3S 50 t55 and lThis is the best waist to be had for Ute price 7Xg ti J jfl QH Our stock of SCHOOL SHOES isllarge and we would Q r like to shoe you and your sisters Q PRICES AND QUALITY GUARANTEED il i Lgi3 3kYou should try a pairofour r g Vjj I Iaa Special School Hose ggY They areVthebest on earth for Boys and Girls dnygrr t 20 Cuts a Pair equal to any quarter stocking ftQlwill gif away a ilarge pencil tablet sndpsnt3hIV it1iNChQj r1 purchase of this Special School Hose for 10 days only Q We also carry full line sizes of lOc hose for boys and girls Q A a eQ ROBERTSON BROSL 11 t1 1VI 1 8 j OO ooH f1 Di irD j Iitiw itiiiijili kk ilii t a 14It f It SHOES f iWe desire to re mind our frien4s i that we have put ft inoneoftbe most xoi complete lines t t3 t ofli iJ Fincanl V j1f f 1 PlaIn Sloes 1- wei have ever ho i i dIed and htvc IShoestoV3Ut all I from the heavy iiJJ itg boot for the Farmer to the Little S Red Scholhora Shoe for the children See our Men Fine t i Patent Leather with the latest style toe We htrare exclusive hiindlers of the celebrated t ff tQueen Quality J r 2 for ladies W guarantee price and qutlity t I lr RUND Y McINTIRB r succeSsors to Grundy ClaybroOkelj Kclntrr JtI fIf ml m q Ii fl JOHN SHUCK1CELROYC t 0WzAzTo J IjcJivoy 6 Wharton InsuranieI Real Estate Aeit jiFire Lift aijd Tornaiolftsiinict t1t1f1n1 Land Sold on o II8k J 1 jjj Office over Peoples Bank otPa T t A ers i1II T Wastjourmistcheorbeard BUCKINGHAMS BYE akatU1bi rrkhbls k L PSNI 1 lJscr P 7 v w SIR ENJMfRfi1N t BUCCANEER i t v GXRUS tOWNILND BR4DYi- w T S3qrarS ifLyew r i f Cartv I1N Crfp frf HfMor Etc 1 BY W IILLINGHAM CQYf J rpj th bedf tile prostrate old MttiKMtffbdk elt down on white jMtii by the form of the sis tar Igli i8a ht on full upou W JtoM tld as ke stopped over be M it wJda fck oe eye A sudden 4 fTiwcffpUfe case to him With tafer of sarprlse he looked M A K at lw exclaimed Aad Ji4thAAc JPH A tftk s brave attempt at ttofcrttaft Jk w0nan kad fainted 3Jtowrllii p MdLh r eyes although she tpBW jret ftriljr coMclttM i jirw1Ifeebly And as 1theboatswain bad a small s3pf tbe precfcMBs fluid hanging ifeatl iMrftp ever bis shoulder There u IM tj the heart of the pirate M trrfHd MjevaHowed the woman to ds jMjMag far water without giving Ira a coodJtowitat but when he rec r mL r arth iht he dldthere ii a IrIplJDtO his mind a desire J 7ii 1 BMfc MM If lewere the person J JM 1feo cht Wli ualgbt have Ilafdr jMttoft W Yalitt upttallaglng the bot dItr 4te M Miirmurcd In a stronger 11 A pcitI f et la aoe heri answered the Watawairu Fra Antonio be absolv SM7fMil v Battl mwet confessft ddCiH to me ctfuetled the old A nMW teckaatly mocked i A111BkoJy orders senor mut tbewofiianMr for you Say on u Tra Antonio nowsbe continued T vacantly lapsmg Into scmidelirium i Jfe Married ustwasa secret his 9asso great He wasi rich I V pQIrkurabl The marriage lines I te tMvcrps here was a Wbaf 4 HM Askot The buccaneers They t 1 caijjja glt Go not Francisco Kwnajfold beading an attentive ear uMe broken entences lost nbt a werd uGe1tItlhe whispered striving to piItta trill they will kill thee Thou MAlt iwt leave me alone my Francis M IW ooyln Panama It wag evident to the sailor that tle v JMT weeaans mind had gone back to Hw rtdful days4Qf the sack of Fan- MMU Jle was Tight then It was she leoyNve him save him she r crud suddenly wjih astonishing vigor TIle s 4nd of hef own voice Deemed M reeVill her to flerself She stopped i er efes lost their wild glare and fixed IbeaMelvea lapdn the man above her- JIM ewk face in the shadow as hers t WM latH light Is PanamaT she asked Those JS eHmthe shotssbe turned her 1c d fcewardlhe cltyrthe flames Is MBaMMaa 7 Nay answered the oneeyed fierce Iu11I twentyfive years since then fit liniire Yonder city isi La Guayra Tifi tSice st of Venezuela OVrthe Jioeucd town I remember Iew I stabbed myself father than Spiacethe ladders Who art thou Milerf Mj4MlmJ HornigoldF cried the imlercel7 btaiteg his face tohers f Hrps1Jlie5 deJ 4 Vof 1 second the woman stared at ita Then recognizing h5 she Criaped Irlblrra1slng herself upon ker arm- H rle4 tt she cried What have y 4e with the child I left hint at Cuchillo oytsrde the walls answered the man t Aad the cross JOallls breast The captain The marriage lines were there You b redmer1ny Gods curse nay I die For Christs snkcI forgive- S Pramefeco Francisco SHie fell back gasping on the sand- SXe liWe Inclosing colt from her- iftcc Li a Vain effort to hold back- deaths hand for huotber second Hor- aWvsBatcheda spirit flask from his r hilt sad strove to force a drop between er Ve It wop too late Bbe Vas v aeHe knew the signs to well He laW lier l ack on the sand exclaiming Cse her Why coultlnt she have- Uveitia moment longer The vaptains bratcraad she might have told me j 1Up t4eprtsonerstbl cried to r tiefwirdSj who had moved them out et JMMtiot of this strange conversation TlSt cwaa oxiittered the mar J H rage uncs rnetein me oniy And yet she cried Francisco That was tie name Who is he If I could Id that cross Id know it among a thousand Hither he called to the prlsoders slowly approaching As Alvnrado with an ejaculation of pity bent forward in the moonlight to look upbn the face of the dead woman from his torndoublet a sliver cru tiflx suddenly swung before the eyes of the old buccaneer By heaven he cried nTls the cross He stepped nearer seized the cnrven crucifix and lifted it to the light I could swear It was the some he muttered Senor your name and rank I cannot conceive that either con terns a bloodthirsty ruffian like Stop Perhaps there is more in Iefcedno harm Oh senor have pity on ust My Bother1 Unbind reel she added I give you my word I wish but to pay my respect to the woman yonder She gives good counsel soldier an swered the boatswain Cut her lash- Ing he said to the sailqr who guarded them As the buccaneer did Mercedes sank on her knees by the side of the dead woman Now sir your name asked Horzil gold again f Alvarado Where got you that name It was given me by his excellency the viceroy And wherefore There was something so tremendouS In Hornigplds interest that in spite of himself tile young man felt compelled- to answer It was his pleasure Hadypu not ni name of your own None that I kjuow olh What mean youi I I was found a baby outside the walls of Panama in a little village The viceroyi adopted me and brought me up That is all- When was this asked Hbrnlgold After the sack of Panama And the name of the village was Cuchillo r Interrupted Hornlgold trl umhantlyMy senor how know you that t I was there You were there crled the young man Aye For love of heaven can you tell me who I amwbntl urn In good time young sir and for a price At present I know but one thing That IsT Tbere1 ties yur mother answered the buccaneec slowly pointing to the white figure on the sand- My mother cried Alvarado step ping forward and looking down Upon the upturned face with Its closely cut white hair showing beautiful Iir the moonlight God rest her soul She hath a lovely face and died In defense other honor like the gentlewoman she should be My mother How know you this In the sack of Panama a wom mI gave me n male chljd and for I agreed to take It and leave It safe and sefcluded spot outside the InaI walls I carried it at the hazard of my life as far ffsCachillo and there let It But how know you that the child you left is U Around the babys neck the mother ere she gave hint to me placed this curious cross you wear TIs of cunning workmanship that suchI naught like it under the sun that I have seen I knew it even in faint light when my eyes fell upon it I left the child witll a peasant woman to take him where I had been directed I believed him safe On leaving Pana ma that village lay In our backward path We burned it down I saw the baby again Because I had been well paid I saved him from Instant death at the hands of the buccaneers who would have tossed him In fbe air on the point Of their spears I stioved the crucifix which would have tempted them because it was sliver underneath the dress and left the child He was alive when we departed And the dayafter cried Alvara Ta De Lnras troops came through I t AHaom1To have a happy home you must have children as Sthey are great happyhomemakers If a weak woman you j aiibe irwKteiStrong enough to bear healthychildrenwithS ftittte pain or discomfort to yourself by taking I 4 CARDUIi 12Ak Building Tonic For Women li wltt ae away alt your pain reduce jHiammation owe t teiKixrh a Cwliites falling womb jovS ii trotiblef dbdsdered inens s fcackach headache etand make AiWbirth natural and easy Try It4 At f every drug store in i cio bottles l1IUETCAlDur a IIIRIt Aofaf SM ass ad ir i Sr m = nrsfe tui fo nd iAe nut wearing that rouly mother Loving God can it be But my father VMiat shall I have if I teUyOut Rlcte wealth alL Set uafrte tndV Not Bow I cannot now Walt At least Donna Mercedes Man twould e my life tfct w ali pay Bul ril keep careful watch ever ier I hive yet some Inflneace with the Captain tomorrow Ill Ind a way td freyou You must do the rest Mercedes said Alvarado heardst thou aUf But little answered the girt That lady is believed to have been my mother Gentle or simple said thCyglrJ ushe tIled In defense of her honor like the noblest the best This for theegood slIter abe whispered bendhfg down aVd kissing the pale forehead AM may I dO the like whenmy time comes Thou shouldst be proud of her my Al va ado she said lonlflntr up at him Seer she cried suddenly as the resemblance which was indeed strong between them struck her Thou bast her face Her white hair was once golden like thine He tells the truth Oh sir tyave pity upon us- A messenger came staggering to ward them across the woods UMaster Hornlgold he cried Aye ayeSWeve taken the town The cap tain wants you and your prisoners Youll find him In the guardroo- mS must be gone said Hornlgold Rise mistress Come sir But this lady urged Alvarado his lips could scarcely form the unfamiliar wjord mother44ind the good priest You will not leave thOm here The rising tide will bear them out to useas moment by your leav said Alvarado stepping toward the dead Assisted by Mercedes for he was still bound he stooped down and touched hlfj lips to those of the dead woman wuispcring a prayer1 as he did so Ills ing to his feet he crIed UBut my father Who Is he1 Who was he1 We shall find that out But his name Tm not sure I cannot tell now answered Hornlgold evsislvelyr ubut With this clew the rest should be easy Trust me and when we can discuss this matter undisturbed UButI would know now You forget young sir that you are aprfsoncr and must suit your will to my pleasure Forward B tthe soul of the old buccaneer was filled with fierce joy He thought he knew the secret of the crucifix now The Jpanlsh captains mother lay dead upon the sands but his father lived He was sure of It He would free Alvaradd and bring him down upon Morgan He chuckled with fiend ish delight as he limped along He had his revenge now it lay In the hollow of his hand and twas a rare one indeed Mercedes being bound again the little party marched across the beach and the bodies of the priest and the nun were left alone while tIle night tide came rippling up the strand Scarcely had the party disappeared within the gate of the fort when the priest slowly mid painfully lifted him self on his hands and crawled toward the woman While the buccaneer had talked with the abbess he had returned to consciousness and had listened Bit Jy bit he gathered the detdlls of her Isflory and In truth he knew It of old By turning his head he had seen the crucifix on the young mans breast and he also bad recognized It He lay still and silent however feigning death for to have discovered himself would have resulted in his instant dispatch When they had gone he painfully crawled over totbe body of the poor nuu Isabella he murmured giving her her birth naineutbou didst surer SUythem O God I1 Thou tookest thine own life but the loving God will forgive thee I glad that I had strength and 8Itoabsolve thee before I telL year31sIncetamI will see thee righted I won der y He moved nearer to her scrutlnizlpg her carefully and then the old man opened the front of her gown- Aye nyeI thought so he said as- his eye caught a glimpse of a gold chain against her white ne kGeutlt h6 lifted it unclasped it drew It forth There was a locket upon It Jewels sparkled upon Us surface She had worn it all these years 0 vanltas vaultatumH murmured thelriest yet compassionately What IsJt that passes the love of woman Ir thebrtrate on the sand faint from pain and loss of blood Long the two figures lay there in the moonlight while the rising tide lipped the shining sands The cool water at last restored consciousness to one of the still forms but though they llaved the beautiful face of the other wtth tender caresses they could not cull back the troubled life that had passed into peaceful eternity Painfully the old priest raised himself up on his hands and looked about him 0 God he murmured give me strength to lire until I can tell the Bjory Sister Maria ChristinaIsa bella that was thou wert brave and thou wert beautiful thou hat served our holy church long and well If I could only lay thee In some consecrat ed ground but soul like to thine makes holy een the sea which shall bear thee away Shriven thou wert burled thou shalt be The man struggled to his knees clasped his hands before him and be rinclentcthurbWe therefore commit her body into the great deep he said looking for the general resurrection In the last day and the life of the world to come The water was washing around him ere be finished his mournful tusk and with one long look pf beulsou Ilnd fare well he rose tohbr feet and staggered along the toad down the beach Slow ly he went but presently Je reached the turn where l gan the ascent of the mountain Before he proceeded he halted and looked loug toward the flaming shrieking ruined town The flooding tide wus in now rind the breakers were beating and thundering t far across the sands The body of the abbess was gone H M4 w ii lrwtIs2I 1t up lifted Us bJte priryrin a prayed again for the soul of the worn j an lie prayed tot JheyouSs wan that ke might leara the truth he prayed for the beautiful jlamtel who loved him le Pnt1Mt tlte people the hap teM people ot t1e doomed town the helpless womee the bereft mothers the tortured mea the murdered chil dren and as he prayed he called down the curse of God upon those who had wrought such rum Slay them 0 God Strike and spare not Cut them off root and branch who have despoiled thy people Israel They have taken the sword and may they perish by it as was promised of old A gray grim gaunt figure blood stained pale he stood there in that ghastly light invoking the judgment of God upon Morgan and his men ere he turned away and was lost In the darkness of the mountain CHAPTER xy- ulIrE clock on the wall wits strik 11 as Hornlgold forced his Cls Into the guardroom Qf first fort that had brett cap turoo which as It was the larger of the two Morgan had selected as his headquarters Mercedes soul had turn ed to stoue at the sights and sounds which met her as she passed through the town where the hellish revelry was now in lull blast The things she wit nessed and heard were enough to ap pall the stoutest heart that ever beat within the rudest breast She forgot her own danger In her sympathy for the suffering Inhabitants oT the devoted town Ghastly pale and sick with hor ror she tpttered and staggered as she entered the room As for the Senora Agaplda she had collapsed long since and for the last hundred yards of the Journey had been dragged helplessly along by two of her captors who threw her lu a senseless heap on the stone flagging pf the great vaulted chamber The agony and suffering the torture and death the shame and dishonor of his people affected Alvarado different ly His soul flamed within his breast with pity for the one rage for the oth er He lusted and thirsted to breakaway and single handed rush upon the human wolves and tigers who were despoiling women torturing men mur dering children as if they bad been devils The desire mastered him and be writhed and struggled in his bonds but unavalllngly It was a haggard distracted pair therefore which was brought before the chief buccaneer Morgan Saiat the head of the guardroom on a platform a table before him strewn with reckless prodigality with vessels of gold and silver stolen from altar and sideboard indifferently some piled high with food others brimming with a variety of liquors from the rich old wines of Xeres to the fiery native ruth LOllp nols Teach and De Lussan were also In the room Teach was roaring out a song that song of London town with iIts rollicking chorus Though lire now Is pleaaant and sweet to the sense Well be damnably moldy a hundred years hence The room was full of plunder of one sort and another aiyl the buccaneers were being served by frightened negro slaves their footsteps quickened and their obedience enforced by the sight of a dead black In one corner whom De Lussan had kplfed a short time since because he had been slow In coming to his call The smell of spilled lIquorot burnt powder and of blood Indescribable and sickening hung in the close hot air Lamps and candles were flaring and spluttering in the room but the greater Illumination came through the open casements from the roaring fires of burning houses out side The temptation to jon in the sack of the town bCd been too much seIquentlyrecklessly upon the floor hurried out utter the rest leaving the officers and women alone u Silence roared Morgan ns his eye fell upon the group entering the lower end of he great halluPlpedown thou bellowing bull he shouted throwing a silver cup t that Cellini might have chased at the bead of tho half drunken Teach Whos there Scuttle me tis our spitfire and the gal lant caitaln with that worthy seaman Hornigold Advance friends Thou art welcome to our cheer Drive them forward Hornlgold be cried as hei saw Mercedes and Alvarado madeiio attempt to move Advance quickly whispered Hor- nlg old to Alvarado to cross hint now were death Seizing them with a greet show of torechcahoved them down the hall to the foot of the platform in front of the revelers if T welcome thge to our court fair lady and you brave sir What Say ye gentles all t Rum for the noble cup tain here and wine for the lady cull ed out Morgan bowing over the table In malicious mockery drink with no murderer said Al rado firmly thrusting the negro who proffered him n glass violently aside with his shoulder causing him to topple over drenching himself with the liquor Ha Is It s01 laughed Morgan In a terrible manner Harkee my yoUng cock thou shalt crave and beg and- pray for another drink at my hand presentlyand get Jtnot But there is another cup thou shalt drink aye and that to the dregs Back you I would speqk with the lady Well Donna Mercedes he continued art still In fhttt prIdeful moodJSilence The girl stood erect disdainfully looking him full In the face I shall break thee yet proud wench he shouted Come hither What you move not Black Dog Black Dog I say The huge maroon lurched from be hind his masters chair where he land lain half drunken Fetch mo that woman Mercedes was bound and could not at first release her hands but as the maroon shambled toward her she sprang back struggling Alvarado Alvarado 1 she screamed Help me save met Like a maddened bull though his hands were bound also Alvarado threw himself upon the negro The force with which he struck him hurled him backward and the two fell to the floor the maroon beneath His head struck a corner of the step with a force- that would have killed a white man In an instant however the negro was on his feet He whipped out his dag ger and would have plunged It Into the breast of the prostrate Spaniard had not Mercedes lightly bound for being a woman tbey thought it not necessary to be unusually severe in her lashings wrenched free her hands and caught the half breeds upraised arm Mercy she screamed whllo strug gling to divert the blow looking ward Morgan Hold your hand Black Dog an swered that worthy Leave the man aod cog 1iUtf TW U iatap TSpeal may You ifnow my pwver AC andegforInstantly Mercedes sank to her knees and stretched out her bauds a piteous appealing lovely figure Spare him spare him she Cried What would you do for him rMy life for his she answered Ijfavely Nay Mercedes interposed Alvara do let him work his will on me1 There are worse places thou seest lady than by my side sneered Mor pnUByheaveu twas a pretty playj was it notmntesI spare him butt remember tis for you Harry Mori gans way Now reward me Hither I say 1Captain Morgan cried Hornigoldj suddenly interrupting him I bethink me you should send men to seize the mountain pass that leads to Caracas at once else we may have troops upo us in the morning It was a bold diversion and yet succeeded There could be no sat feasting in La Guayra with that oper road Morgan had overlooked it but the boatswains words recalled it t4 him For a moment he forgot the prlsf oners Safety was a paramount con slderntIonIThats well said Homigoldi cried Morgan who was not so drunk that h could not realize the practical value of Hornlgolds suggestion and the great danger of disregarding his advlcd The pass must be seized at all hazard With that In our possession we mnt bide our time I thought to wait until tomorrow but youre right Weve feasted ontr drunk enough for thp night Guards for the pass now But how to get them He rose to hIs feet ns he spoke anp came down the hnllITeach and Lpllonolp follOwmei- be cried Gather up fifty ot the berest men and lead them up the mom thin road till you reach the pass and then hold It till I come Nay no lies tation he roared Canst not see the necessity Unless we are masters qf that pass sic are caught like rats In ja trap here in La Guayra Tdmorrow or the next day we shall march up t6 word Caracas Your share of the treasure shall be held sate You shall have first consideration on the other side of the mountains Nay I will have It sor He stamped his foot In furious rage Weve all had too mudh drink already he continued Now we must make things secure Hdmlgola take charge of this fort I leave the Spare him1 1 prisoners with you Guard them well Treat the lady well also Do what y u like with the other only keep him alive One of you send Brazlllano to me He shall have the other fort And tecountte d d them In La Guayrn yQt they wcjre both men of Intelligent and coujld easily see the absolute necessity for the precaution suggested by Hornlgold and accepted by their captain If they held the passage over the mountains and fifty men could hold It against a thousand no Spaniard could come at them So the little group leaving l bo two prisoners and Hornlgold sallied out Into the Internal night It was a difficult thing for them to find a sufll clcnt number of sober pirates put by persuading threatening arid compel ling they at last gathered a force of the least drunken knaves with which they set forth on the road The fires which bad been wantonly kindled hi different phut by the bite cancers were making such headway that Morgan lustahtly saw that ese cial efforts would be needed to prevent the complete destruction of the ton He wanted Lu Gun ro for his base of supplies for the present and with ire mendous energy seconded by XteLus sau and soifleot the soberer iuon he routed out the buccaneers and set th to work You have saved me for the I meat said Mercedes gratefully ti ruing to Iloruigoid us he led her av ay from the hull Twas not for care of you his eel out the old man malevolently HIt that Id fain balk him lu every do Ire he cherishes even of possessing yov Whatever It was I am thank ul senor You have my prayers Prayers laughed the old sailor It hath befen sixty years since I heard those canting Puritan my mother and father pray I want no prayers But come I must put yoi ward There should ho strong roc ms hi tblscasUe He Hummoncd n slave and found what he wanted Mercedes and nora Agaplda who wafc fetched Ibr other slaves were locked in ono rom Alvarado dims thrust Into another As soon ns bo could do after making some provision for he comfort of the wonien Hornlgold came down to hi n Senor he said time band Is dr JIlt land helpless One hundred resolute men could master them Morjan- means to march to Caracas tomorr W H0 cannot get his men In shape to do iU Iset you free long US the liquor flowa in Ln lennroulenn YrrsbutThere If the viceroy be not gjne and I do not believe he has yeti tlc parted are a thousand soldiers to retake the city And if they be gone bOjUSCholdslaves Can you do ltJ Free me and see answered Ajlva ro with such resolution that he icon Tlnced the sailor The mm of Caracas love We daughter of the viceroy Tbey are at axperinocd arS J irJQ k tt 1tMt ft JEFillNow is the time to sye money bYJJayin lit yoUI1 inter supply of coal and W can ofFeryour indUCE ne1jIjntbe 1 aYway of prices on t1tIes i b P u Our Buq 1rader 2 lI idr 1 t ir 1 r J Has been tiemencioul thIs s hili rrita itiJt l 4C have plenty oiF fine vehicles leftl from wliicI fuii J J fI a selection u 1h ir+ y f LRememberrWv Lead 1 e f J 4 ff91 IIAs deal rs in faiminimp1ements Itfthe genuine Oliver Chilled Plowss Old HickorjyJ SStudebike 11ii Page andElwoojFieldrFncingiillnks iri l J 4Ir r t t gines all sizes ii McClure 8 Wellst l I J t iI mao them XIJD Imvoiiince nt namosrs wlll be with us If you trod me i taKe it we will have a friend within the walls Success is certain We have too much to re cnue1re added hjs face flushing with rage at the thought of it all flints well answered Hornlgold If I free you what reward shall I have uI will cover you with treasure- And guarantee my life and liberty They shall be held inviolate UWe captured the Porto BeUo plate ship and were wrecked two days ago a league or so to the westward We hurled the treasure Shall I have my share All that thou canst take if the honor of the lady be preserved I answer for the Will viceroy you swear Itf YesSThat suffices You shall gar cried the buccaneer all his objections satis fled But as you love the woman lose ito time Ill be at the west gate under the rocksat 10 oclock tomorrow night You know itSYes Go on Ill open the gate for yoUiand leave the rest to you You must be there with your force sow go- UI shall be there But I cannot leave without Donna Mercedes And you cant go wtlth her ThlnkJ Could she make her way over the mountains No no butSurl1 watch over her with my ute urged l the one eyed My share of time treasure depends upon her safety ypu said But Morgan ul hate him with a hatred greater than tune lie Is thy captain UlIe betrayed me and I swore to take such vengeance as was never heard before to make him suffer torments by my liand You would betray him It was for that I came with him for that I live lie craves and covets the Donna Mercedes TIe shall riot have her Trust me to Interpose at the last moment Is thjs true Can I believe you Else why should I jeopard my life by freeing you I hate him I tell you Remember The west gate There are not 300 men lire The bunt fifty have gone with Teach and Lot lonols the rest are drunken and cow ards Mere arc weapons Wrap your self in this cloak and come Say too word to any one on the way As you love the girl lose no time- As he spoke the old man cut the bonds of Alvarado belted upon him dagger and sword thrust a charged pistol In his hand covered his head with n steel cap and threw a long cloak around him The two then went forth Into the night Avoiding the notice of Dtliors they hastened along the de serted parapet for there were none to keep watch or guard until they come to one of the ladders by which the buc cancers bat entered the town Down It Alvarado Un t swearing again on the cross on his honor to respect his agreement wirti llomlgoid and again receiving the mans assurance dropped hastily to the giJimd was no one to look and he recklessly across the narrow Ilberof sand to the shadow of the Jllong bhh he riu until he cttme opposite the lfuce of his mothers death The white water was rolling and crashing on the beach and the hotly was goue With a hasty petition for the repose of her soul lie4 ran on until he reached the turn of tho road Unlike the priest however he did not pursue the mouutafh road but after going a short distance he left tIe way and plunged to the right through the trees directly up the side of the bilL His face was cut and slashed by organs dagger his soul had been racked and torn by tha scenes he had gone through the plight of Mercedes stirred him to the very depths his heart yearned over the slaughtered gir flsoii the ruined town but with a strength superhuman he plunged at tha hill in spite of the forest groping about An the darkness with frantic energy until he found the traces of a slender rocky path which led over the moun talus SCHAFTEII XVIII day after the sack of the lorII I Morgan some success to restore sonic sort of order within the walls By tho aid 6f his otllcers and some of the soberest men ho had confiscated all of the liquor that he could come at and had stored tit under a strong guard in tho west fort which he selected as his head quarters The governor palace oti the lUll above was a more fitting and luxurious TtsfeEpnce and It had been Ipfoeiptly sd the few deteU4e luurlnc fled IIl the moroinft bjtft totJ Li 5iz== r Y c 8 j 0 Kansas City Southern Mway ff Straight ltlleC4twFJiu d KANSAS CITY TO THE GULF 1 4 4rPASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF i- CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH Along 1U line are the finest lands salted forfrpwlngsmall gnlp corn lrcotton for commerclAlapple ana peachorcl ar for otherfruitsnber o foraiforsngarcaneandrieeciiltivatlonhorses mules cattle hogs sheep pool try and Angora goals v Writs frInfMrnallM emeftfntof FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS J TMMCLandsKlce Nek s Frs4t leek Cheap roundtrip homeaeekera tlckeX on Me flnt andUil4TMe4ayB U eacJ ujmtb THE 8HOfrT LINCJTO THE LAND OFFULFILLMENT lJ X XOXXZI Tav Pus Art X WAMTi P ae4 7 Xw City XaiaaCt trWrJI aT1 qtxauif 55 JJr l DRMOFFETTS eutes Cltctr IfdDIarthoca DytMtery tthe Sewer TrouNwy Ct lclmUf1 Age AWiDigotiew the 8owckStr4th SIPAwwJMyl the GhW3 ad WAXES A Y Cists Oily 25c at Draffissor naH 25c tt C3 MOEFETT IJ Stliifeyli Mother Hesitate no longer but save the Hemttlr mini Ufe of your child thousands have done by giving tfiooejiouMtei s f TCfTHINA Is easily given and quickly counteracts ever comes the effects of the summers hoatutoteettifnfeorott r 1 1t11Illnwith his wen The Spanh soldiery laid befcu cut tOll to a man ild night ieforo and- tIlt majority of the hapless citlicus bud beet killed wounded or tortured The unfortunates wlip were yet I clzcrc driven into the church of ioreiizo where they wtfre lkept fpjd water or attention r Tho gates or the town and forts wore closed niiUl some slight attempt was made ta Institute a ratrol of the walls nlthbugh the guard that was kept was negligent ta the point of contempt As no ciiqiuy was apprdicndcdr Morgan did uot rljrou ly Insliit upon strldt watch Mnrof the bucAiuesra were still sodden with liquor und could be of no service until they were sobered They were hugged to tile barracks drelichcil with water anti loft to re cover as boat they cottlil Fortune neared l thcpi too In that Jale In the afternoon n handsome frig ate brliiKuig dispatches from arIa genii run in anchored In the road- stead Her otliccrs at once came ashore to liar their respects to the comuu dante of the port and forward their Vni peril to tie viceroy B tore they sos pccteil anything they wore seized and ruthlessly murdered To take posses sion of the frigate thereafter was a work of no special diiliculty Thc crew wpre disposed of us their officers had been ant the buccaneers reMccd greatly tit the good luck tIlUt bad brought them so fine a ship On the next morning Morgan intended to march toward Caracas whence utter plunderhiB that town and exnctniK u huge ransom for time 11ve3 rthose hc spared he woultl laid his baud back fo La Guayra embark oii time frijio nail thou bear uwau fn r the iJi 1tu ro BEcOrntunDS Ii The Origin of Groeer Grocer appears Hollushcds Chron icle i5SO ns grosser unit In other mediaeval recorJs It is sometimes written engrosser antI was applied to the spicera and pepperers who were wholesale dealers In various spIces that Is who dealt en gosIn Iftrge quantities as distinguished from re grators wbo Were retail dealers The Grocers company first adopted the word grocer In 1373 when the splccra and pcppcrcrs allied themselves Into n single corporation London Expr- essPATENTS 1Phi1 We P pU1obtUnYS aDd Fore t Si TIttorDe1 a AD R ndm delfCdi erosoaudiveu4n IMMEDIATE FR I repot eft ptentliti W 1ve UM test eL Merles and Mylol aMlGIIr charges ar JMderak TrjrW SWIFT caIti alLs Pat CflwWaitetf00CC t