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EjS1ABUSliED IN1M3w r r Arr J1t fj or 1t J5 i j IrNew 8 f4esVo1 XII NOI eOtFNTY 28 1905 ooii i c Y 1 f fH I UkYDQN STDTotPSoNJr ijd Oll AND EMS lMERS I I a2f lin rijiTc all Tcinii of rraHgpil PHONE S- 3I r QWT f M JtIllGriEID coutjseat of WtCHRtY 5 2 miles south Jl 59 ilea IronCLfeKiato tJHiliTltlr nn Bardstown bra Vifaiyi11e aad Nashville railroad in a fmrmia ai arricHUural District Two Banks telegraph and telephone lJT szprtM olllceilO rmills umber 5 ta popatiOHllOO population of sMy i500I v4lUfr JiS ithHc4fce viUeKy f epcesentatlve inXe tack LeKis it1lrfHo W D Clayb rook- eHCtative la State fienatej Hon lJlary tjnpaster La5OfloKY Jfitj CIRCUIT COURT r 6ire iVt Court begins on the fourth a M6ty ia February May aad Octo b ip Tkwrtan fJlIdg rt tlC iirliai C Aft ity4 j f 11 Campbell r f kGI eacHa Master amiss 4 i QUAitTERliV COURT Quarterly Court is meldon the third daythi each monttii LI4 itseYJJ g COUNTYCOURT Ctwt wet bn the four- tMi4ayi Co4tty ty eh Nth SB LitseyJadge lrJ Booker Cowntr Clerk jii T S Mayes County Attorney 71 r CMCle CtltttJZL1 I DyfoM Croake Slierif Xelsard Iskaii 8WSeYO i borne rX 11 MulliCan I4eputk J l UXastera jaawsiF Moore County Surveyor 1WI Royalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy obert Woe Treasurer T v Coronet f i l J W585 Supt of CommOn JHW k P 0 Springfield fw C CITY COURT j esRNpe Police Judge jpkti Gcise MirshiU Vi F Grlgsbr City Attorney JUSTICE COUKT i Jtttlce Courts arc held in January 1fLIApril July and October r 4 Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Jer J C Hoflkiuson Pastor Ser Tice aa the Pirst and Third guridavs ls eack aionth atll a m and 730 p ffi i RtMidayScUool every Sunday 10 am bijet meeting every Wednesday lkt CATHOLICCHURCH- Kerf PF Hendessay Pastor Ser t ITJCW every Sunday at 8 and 10 oclock Sat Services at St Rcse same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH XcTWT Wdlden PastOr Service CIancf fourth Sunday iin each I i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Bev rD Latimer Pastor PreicaiBK every Sunday at 11 am +uditJ jIm Sunday school very iSJud 1 Jrt lOJum Prayer meeting evening at 7 oVick prYiollrldav n TISfCHURCII Rev AW m Harriioa Williams Pastor PreacWnlr every Sunday at 11 am and 745 pm Sunday School every gundayat930 aat Prayer meeting t I every Twstday ereuitig at 745 ocloc k Fraternal Orders L+ 3fiJONic LoDGE Springfield lodge l0 SO meets fir taud third Monday y ickonth 4 1 wikiiistonrR X Chapter NoS7 mi every 8cc6iid Ti day lpfiajcSeld Council c52 meets on kyei r lOHrthMondajr IfttKSirxs of THK M ACABKKS Meet Jttun t j 111 t cstaY in each mon J J Fours JflJNEy will curs ftnjr CAM of Kidaejr or BUdder diMMo that is not beyond thereca of medicine styli UP TO a1f Yligiala 31 I rtitr adw c fttJ i h r7w Tir I 41 4ii AEWS=LEADER + ii j t 1 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY SEPTEMBER IIITh UNDERTAKERS DtRECJORYI ts1IatyDIrctory srnea1tr CURE i tfS anraofH a ffit6w d A ROUND OF TALK i 1 iiI DMt Let It Worry VIf aroundftft fttshifts the wind jj INow in its doleful tune V the sign that icyJilastsIIgives all too are dropping neath its blight The branches rough and bare Appear to tremjble from the blow Of chilly autumnair Around him man can see where falls The killing autumn hand And feel its presence ap it strikes The soft and verdant land airIAnd utters sundry oaths Against its penetrating chill And digs up winter clothes 33ut why this Worry gentle friend Why cuss the chilly air Why mourn because the summers gone Let hope displace despair A few days more and this campaign Will open up for fair And when it gets to going good Youll have enough hot alrEz j 0 CONTESTIt looks as JL if now that there will beJ Republican opposition to the Democratic ticket in the field for county offices after all Many leading Republicans who were in town from 011 parts of the county on last Monday expressed themselves in favor of puttingt out ticket and ia making a con test for at least a part of the offices The proposition is to make the contest along clan lines and without the luse of money There is no denying the fact that there is still solne soreness and disaffection amongt the Democratic ranks as a result of the primary held last year It is not asI bad as it was but there iis still some soreness which time has failed to healII On the other hand the Rep bli cans saytbat they have had nothing whatever to fall out over and thabif good men aie put up for the offices from the Republican ranks they see no reason why the full strength of the party cannot be broughboutH An interesting fight may yet develop ii + ft oop MARKET Although X Washington county farmers have of late years been paying more attention to tobacco ing and less to stock growiyet i livelstockcoonty court days when buyers from all over the country are l attracted here andvnearly always find something in their line This county is considered a par ticularly good mule market the annual crop of mule colts pro duced and sold here amounting to several thousand dollars Mule by the way are bringing good figures this season and a goodinule colt is like whea at the mill w I cruCCESSFqLA good dele ji5 gatioh of Washington cpuh ty citizens attended the State Fair at Lexingt6nlast week and all were highly pleased with the trip and with the Fair Lexington people appeared to take a big interest in making the fair a success and were evidently desirous of impressing the idea that Lexington is jtlle only good place in Kentucky in which to hold a State Fair Thele is only one or two drawbacks tor the place as compared with Lou- iSville and one is lit lackof suffi cient hotel acconynodations and then it is not so accessible to all parts of the state as that place The State Fair should be made permanent thing It will help the agricultural and stock rais ing iinterests of the State won derfully Always SflccessiDt When indigetetibn becomes chronic It la dangerous Kodol DyjaoepsiaUure will cure Indigestion and all troubles restrltinffthetefrom thus preventing Catarrh of the Stomach Dr New brough of League W Va saysr To those suffering from indigestion or sour stomach I would say there is no better remedy than Kodol Drspeysia Cure I have prescribed it for a nnm fcer of my patients with good success Eodol Dyapepeia Cure digests what you eat andmakefc the stomach sweet Sold Iby all Tkuggkia s O j SM isu i 1ClrJl ale Aspecial from Lhxington last week says Articles of fhcorpo ration for the Burley rrobacGo- Growers Association of Ken tucky and Ohio were filed today The capital stock is 1500000 which is divided into 150000- hates at 10 each Of thi amount 75000 shares a ecommon- and 75000 preferred baaring in terest at a per cent The iricorporators are ArchlT bald Stuart Cincinnati C B Sullivan Versailles W B Hawkins Lexington W Cij McChord Springfield William Adams Cynthiana J B Bas come Sharpsburg and B D Berry Lexington Each of the incorporators hold ten shares1 D B Berry of Lexington tooki 75000 shares in trust and Archibald Stuart took 74930 shares in rust Under the articles of incorpo ration the Board of Directors shall consist of from ten to fifI teen menThe first m etingt will be held Wednesday aftert noon when officers will be e eclJ ted It is expected th tVBHawkins will be elected Presi dent Mr Hawkins was instru lin the organization of company ItMOORESYILfcE Corn cutting will wind up this week Mrs Stella Hardin dnd daugh er Elizabeth of Lakeland tire visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs W 0 Ellis There have been four car of coal shipped tauBooker this week 1 Mrs Clara v Bishop went to Louisville Sunday She will undergo ahoperation bMrdaughter Della to Louisville lastTuesda y to be examined for hip disease Charley Bbblit of Springfield is visiting relatives at this place Ed B6blit and Jas Tobin of Springfield visited friends here last Sunday Several of our citizens atten ded the tobacco growers me ting xat Springfield Monday Mr Al Reddick and family of Scruggsville visited his brother James at this place last week Mr DaY Humphrey and family visited Mr Williaml and Wednesday family at Wpodia weeneyI We were extremely sorry toJ hear of the death of Mr J F Gribbens He lived lhere for a number of years He was an honoree citizeh and a Christian man Your scribe offers his sympathy to the family in their bereavement I have learned from a reliable spurce that if J H Gordon is chosen by the Republicans of this district lie will have no op position If you need anylhihg in theJ nursery line send in your orders by October 8 to W 0 Ellis Mporesville Ky and hewill attend to them for you Hardcsiy Schoolhouse Mrs Mary Crow spent Saturday with her mother Mrs T J Trent whp is very sick with ma- lariall fever Mr WST Gobdlet and wife attended the sale of Mr Frank Shewmaker at Billsb rb last week Mr J IL Gray rece tly visi ted friends at Ierr vile Mr 11 W Crow of Decator Ill is the pleasant guest of rela lives here this week J Mr J R Gray and wife atten ded church at W illisbi rg Spn day Mr Ernest Goatley of Valley Hill and Miss Della Virgin ol Maud was the pleasant guest ofI the Misses Gray Saturday and Sunday Mr W SY Goodlet was in Lawrencebur a last week on busii new Mis eg Eva aQrcewth and WAS th ptaNanJueftt ot Misses Martha and Ida Gray Fri day night Mr Jos Bishop of Owensbon is visiting friends here Like FllldlDOnC7 Finding health is like finding moneyso hink those who are sick When you have a cough cold sore throat or chest irrita ton better act promptly like W 0 Barber of Sandy Level Va He says I had a terrible chestt Iscoal dust on my lungs hut after finding no relief iu other reme dies I was cured by Dr Rings tlew Discovery for Consumption coughs and colds Greatestt sale of any cough or lung medi cine in the world At Haydoos drugstore50c and 1 guaranteed Trial bottle free Kills Wife and Children Warsaw Ky Sept 21The little town of Florence Ind across the riyer opposite here was terribly shocked thjslnorn ing on receiving news that George Ford aged fortyfive a tanner living nearthe town had murdered his wile aged forty the and three children Everett ttwelve Ernest ten and Ruby aged six by killing them with a hatchet and then settingre to the house to hide his crimei He was arrested and taken the county seat He is believed to e insane as he lhas shown eyery evidence of it The charted trunks of hs family were recov ered from the ruins The head of his wife could not be found and it is supposed that it was consumed by the flames He has confessed the crime but says he does not know why he did it He has been considered o f unsound mind for some time and had placed a hatchett under his bed for several nights i anticipation of his crime He was a sober and industrious man in good circumstances and devoted o his famiJy The re mains of his victims win be- urled at Florence tomorrow oA JI 0nJABesn th a ft Signature of ctu rSAD MEMORIES A Ycfcran Writes of the Bloody Battle Chlcamauga I J JWiLLiSBURq Ky Sept 18th 1b 3EpiTOR NEWSLEADER f I cant keep silent as the 42iaji aliniversary of the ever memorf able battle of Chicamauga has rolled around I feet like telling something of what I saw and e perienced in that two days battle Time has roledopunti1rnXeo- nirs are old men but they werle boys to me then and will ever b while they live but some think are indelably stamped on my memory On the night of the 18th of Sept 63 we marched all night and as the sun arose above the Eastern Horizcn we halted U make some god coffee tocieejr and stimulate the inner man and as we thought there was some thing unusual on hand we losjt no time in k indhng a fire tomakje our much needed stmulant anjl about the time our coffee gcjtt warm the order was tofall iifi quick as the enemy was ad vane ing on us Everyone grabbed his can of coffee and next bis Sun We started on double qujcr time to meet the advaocirg cot umns of the enemy At toe firs halt we drank a few sips of half coffee ana that waSour break fast for a full days work and such i daY3 work I never experience before We had never realize that sometime a great battlI would come and separate us Good boys went into the fight hungry aod tired and little did they think the weary march was over with them and that before noon they would be cold and stif in doatb Its hard to te1 how luuch a fellow can think of itirr few seconds of time One poor boy was killed by my side whe theball struck him he threw up both hands llooking intelligentlyI and steadily into my lace bt t never spoke How much of a mans life will crowd into a fe v seconds is hard to tell ButllI shall never forget his intelligent PUBLIC SALE j fflghlahd View Stock Farm THE HOME ORll NORYIN 1 CiSTERDAihJr ALERT A sire of rtighClass Winner of 20 ribbons put of Son of tjhe Horses anti Good 22 shows in 1905 Great Mr Seller ton Oward And the Former Home of Gazette 2f07i Aileen 207i Noryardine 218 trial 208 i in 31 seconds Beauty Spot 214all in winning races in grand circuit f2triaI2f2f2I Nine ofNonin Is Colts Have Soldd for 4350M- essrs Wade Richards Lebanon ICy own a 3 year old cDll by Norvin W broken since lust January and has stepped a half in 113 He is a great individual and one lofl CICItrptJtingarid fouryear olds and some royally bred Brood Mares out rIproducing dams and in foal to Norvin W Qabells Lington Will sell Cabells Lexington algiandlybred and handsome saddle stallion weight about 1300 pounds 10J hands high Sine fbal getter perfect disposition a boy can handle him and a first olass breeder Had acolt that sold for 01 000 and was shippe to England Also a seleet bunch of 2Ohad of long yearling Shorthorn Steers weight about 1000 pounds all desirable colors Will 1stIi sell some Calves Heifers and Cows several large Work Mulesj fjom 15i to 101 hands high a gocd two horse wagon apd farming utensils TVie above sale will be held at my farm one mile west of Lebanon Ky on the Campbellsville turnpike Wednesdayjctober 11 1905 Beginning at 930 aim i TERMS Twelve months note yith approved security 6 per bllrAUtJOHNBWraENJR4 CapU TX English YJfi1TEiJ-JI I I look as he sank to the ground la risa no there He was a good by and a good sodyer and his name was Wm Ewing I love to speak of the good boys and there is another boy I want to speak of and that isThos Price of Lebanon Ky He was a modell young man and I believe a true Christian chaste n his con versa tion clean in his habits and a brave soldier Even the soldie- rS his supposed hardened eondi tion respected and toyed a chris- tian and gentleman Oar knap sacks had been piled in tbemorn iicgjmd a cletailwas ftent after them and shortly after they left searching in the darkness for our knapsacks regular artilery fun lade was heard nnd I was fearful that our boys were in it but they got back safe but tired and hun gry and with a hasty supper each one was soon wrapedin his blanket and asleep aid the angels watched over the dead and wounded We were ordered up at three oclock to prepare for another hard days work The shifting of troops and the ramble of ar tilery tOtof the work on hands Afttr a while the sun arose looking red as though it had been baptized in blood the previous day We had lived an age in the day that had passed and some ofI uswere destined tq witness one mora terrjble than the first Charge alter charge and our ranks thinning and finally the day closes with Pap Thomas holding his position against great tt odds While part of our army was in a general rout towards Chattanooga we withdrew fromtt our position under cover of the t darkness towards Chattanooga that night Pap Tbomaa rode I along the lines about sun rise and said Boys get something to eat atd if they come on us we wills try them again and we would if Pap han said so The roll was called and there were only seven men to answer the call tbat rec not hurt in some way of my conh pany John R Yocum one of our good boys was absent during the night but came in about sun risea ard Lieut Jim Mills was so over joyed to see him that he met him and shook hands with him whiles the tears strained down his cheeks I mention this to shown the affection of the commandin officers for his men Lieut Ed Penick said to me uIf I could only get off to my t self and have a goodcry I woud jt feel better t These thoughts came to me j after long years of peace and prosperity The war iis over j the lion and lamb hate lain down i together the blue and the gray decorate the grave of dead corns nrads together If I give awayc to my train of thought I will write top much but say soldier boy 1 want to hear from all ofJJ you most of you take the Leader Tom Noe gave us tbAIJ 10th Ky last chirge aV Jones boro Georgia t M V CROUCH Co D 10th Ky Inft The Lexiigtiil rots Commence Tuesday Ocfc3rdr and continue fjr two weeks j Every day a great stake Is trotted and the races are filled J with all the sensational horses oft the North South East and West meeting at Lexington for the t first time this year The e tr3rf list is the largest ever received 11 itCdl1States i known Excursion rates of one fare for the round trip will be in j force from all Kentucky points The finest horses best music and the best racing ever known in Kentucky will be the attrac- ttions Remember the dates t Oct 3rd te 14th f 3 HOWS ThIS We offer One Hundred Dollars Re j t ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be j1PJCheBcyOoTolcdo0lt We the undersigned have known FJ Cheney for the last ISyearaaud I helieve him perfectly honorable in alL business transactions and financially able to catry out any obligations math ltt by his firm WARDING KINNAN MARVINV Wholesale DruffgUts ToledOjO t Hallos Otiiarrh Cure Is tak n Inter t naUyJactiat directly upontkebtdoC t aM M Hrface of t118 Estewl Seid foc list ef tetio1a13- 4d by Drarglt1c Tak Halts Family PilU foe coisMi JJto b f a I A OF 4t 1ift a j i 1 OVL Da j t I r H Ja J IE fi J i i I3 r Pure 4A Cream ofTartar Powder free from alum or pho phatib acid t ii i I Of t t J iff nnAnnnnftnftftftft n t r ifr6 cwvcr DECLINEDRev K E C Law soil forireriy of this place has declined to accept the can to Hie Third Presbyterian church of New Albany an account of which we published last week Sundays CourierJournal says hIs of the matter Several weeks ago the Third Presbyt3 riau church of New Albany ex nded a call to the pastorate of that church to the Iv Dr R E 0 Lawson of Henderson Ky and it was gpnerally be lieved he woul4 accept The Third church people had gqne o far as to select the Rev Dry Charles Preston Foreman pk tor of the First Presbyterian church New Albany to prose ute the call before the Paducah Presbytery at the meeting to beheld in Marion next Tuesday according to therules of the church Everything had been arranged in advance by the New Albany congregation to welcome their newpastor and it was supposfilhe would assume the duties pf the pastorate early tmonth Friday night the Eec Dr Foreman received a letter from r Lawson in which he declined the call extended him He gave o explanation of his intentions but iit is understood that his congregation at Henderson were desirous of retaining him Dr Lawson has made agood impression on the congregation of the New Albany jehurch during visit in that city oh ac- ount of his social qualiiitjsas well as his ability as a pulpit orator and consequently the people were greatly disapponted at his not accepting the call as was expected The congrega tion of the Third church wilT hold a meeting shortly when a call will be extended to another minister AZBELIS RAILROAD The promo ers of the Azbell railroad which is Springfield are confident of the oad being built1t The following about the survey we take from tneDanvilleAdvocate Reports from the railroad project of Mr Azbell continue encouraging The surveyors twelvein number under the direction of Engineer Conijtock of the Osborne Engi ne ring Company Cleveland who were reported to be camping At Harrodsburg few uays ago have now reached Danville En gineer Osborne reports that the route surYBjpedJrdni eryvilW o the Danville depot is alt getliei feasiblefand from all that coujff d gatbfed froznthparty th route tq Danville iia far better than toBurgin beside the ad vaStage derivtiW paft erittriof larffr and more imporfcjuit town The people of Markm county fct Iteve the road lto be HIilt ari the prospetr really coiir agng AllAA right of Way Itoa the Cumberland rLyss to PUlI ville with two Q three excep tions has alret4rbeeri dobaitrf oMis anl tiie people iii ad- drf pri1beare lossee tbl roid boih iht rt k W 1atH muCh ot ot iween here dPerr411w WW 9Da Sopb Unt would tji11IjIjrt IIMATTER HEALTH RoYr41r1rF bAKING POWDERSAbsolutely HASIOSUBSTTUTE LOGJlh INTEREST 1 beingsurveyed8roun IJ T1111fll H 40 r ji fIlistf t Tnewho1ebisinee will i Qf4i l1ifji last resolve itself inftr r gjjaiijdjLi th as to which will aab ccjl aeJc t most stock Panyille or Harzi jjIIrfJ burg shd Burg in The HIeIi 1 ffpole ts Jikelyto k nook themsimoqJ If1ilnvi1leexpee 5 j 11 get the road Jher ciU thave to go down into their pti ets They have alwyoit t iF and heres predicting they wdW t do it again J t licorreli liito say copcerniay the ielt R t operations at that poe flttelephone line wfcicfe kvW t erected through thw leciitm JIM aroused much chthMiaMtaviMc theu npjto date farsnerz sad everyone seems to have boa i ing ioteresjb in the new coniY t JnceI Almost y rfOnrk1fthe route wilWis connected wik Lt- t iint Thecamp of the tel iOM jctV is indeed a lovely place er 7jf f thing is new and neat eyiwjoit f ot them seenispoud ott iirF i home iin the bright camp whkh awakens nismories of the Ciyir war when war ands riMi nlf supcetng arid to more perfectly mimic the1 terror of war thi blasts reaembl the dtrtaut Ttr j ing of cannonwhichcin beba for miles around and Meat toJba signals to tuoee wboareawaji sif t the arrival of tfie line ibiU UMttt arp coming slowly yet tq1lct f When completed the line will jb of delight and aos 4 t p spurce f iencet during the life of optrajiieii i l t not only adds id the fpViiiijbr of our villages bit w if dwdl 9t lprosperity also and the prowc 11 tars Hereof deserve CTMIUr J theirlnany effo4tmiiPIr tiTo ttjem life bug propritf ig the wwhes of U4fO f cnzyLDait Na ca Witt known oldcoore4 jwui i1to N below town wa tried the jboaVfj co rtonSturdyad Poised 10 f be 0f unsound miod rN5nipl i imagined he bad become ilitl Jy rich atwastr7ngto7 a car load of boTM HSV brit latbobight f l drink Si Dyr 4 took him to the ahasSosd4 1 iiIMwr E14ged people sgW r fquarrelsf K tirdkis lpi eo iiio withY l tric Bittern f A IropI fJiSsflettI1 tte Qaya 1lFOr jra 7w11e ffrej iIiaIfr tr dyp I i uxMjMieaM wUh atorpd Hvcr nnOi nbe iOstber atrwagth bIdyiOrbesms m m ie Ir c1 IP iilf Tbem- abm tr4 ckJtsBi1th 1pSba oe tjIycui bE eldlnlrn She t D0W4Ugthy tac as drmfgwt Mils untISbeIPt5OCt4i jpo iuucSeed w111Io pood mares Hits Qement s aTCi Ko 2 Springfield Ky r WSSNs hbkgd 0WItt M NE1IAIJRaya r IMAYAH IN ADVANCE J RfIlGiJIELDKV L LDAVIS9N J Jr t J JIMal 14 e iaticei 10 cwjto per iIIqkS1t1RSiIUO aw si4e si poUUcal tter aMprII fM 1Nfk s1i Mt t l GwratIbat cash t It alMor4t1In3yOZ hcula rAaPrssg etrcs mad on liberal i OfcitBMfci MIl reHlutleaof rpec 3 f MWpMrtiM 4 Lx1oIcRIix17s CLtI JJIa t t iig50cIiiM74meI 50 iMidet Oa 1CI TMUIWDAT 8RPT 2t 905 i I Willlsburi 1 tRe T Young filled his appoint 4emt bo JL Sunday morni ng Hii aernoD was Very Impressive aad there WIS3 large crowd prNHt to hear hlm Mr Dee Shewmaker and lam I ily and his father Mrs Robert 8biw aker and Homer Bughes spent Sunday with Mr P C Sbewaaaker and sister y Mrs Sftllkt Sutherland and son r Fred and DrJ I1 Sutherland JUsiweekMIM Ethel Rogers of Fenwick ipeet Saturday and Sunday with MM T J Miller Mrs Mark Sutherland and daughter Ora of Rose Hill were gttMU of friends here Sunday Ruell W llais very Jlli wih diphtheria We hcpe he may tI recover soon Mr Ben Mcllvoy and family 4 t of Sweet Retreat were the guests of Mr Thos Noel and family Sunday Mr J D Sutherland and wife f Jof Sycamore Valley attended charch here Sunday and were visitors atj Mr J WSutherlands Mwp Zelma Mcllvoy was a charming guest of Miss Viola Sunday Miss Mamie Merrtt was at home from Thursday nntil Mon day when she resumed teaching We are pleased to learn that she- iprogiessingnicelyinaL1 lines of her school work JR Thom Prather and assistant teacher dismissed their school and attended the sale of Mr F M ShewiMaker near Hiua bijro Dr W W Hyatt and W L Well spentSeveral days in Lou isrille last week t Mr Frank Mitchell and wife of Lawrenceburg were called nt the bedside of Ruel Wells who is very ill at this writing a Miss Myrtle Sutherland visi tad Mr JL D Sutherland and wife at Sycamore Valley Sat urdmy any Sunday i AsHatbfetle pelt Sun day with MitfihjVUmie Mnrritt Jfir Ormsby Shew maker paid our town a can Sunday Mr W B Shirley and sisterI Miss Lizzie and John Noel at I tended the musicale given by JTir Oscar Shirley at Tathamt Springs last Friday night t rej3Orta gay time V PARTNERSs PMIC SALE Ofslhe Residence of Sidney Green Dcceaed j p We wiU on SATURDAY OCT j 28th 1905 at 2 oclock pm of fer for sale to the highest bidder j ttie beautiful new 10 room resj device located on Squth side of East Main street in the town 6f Springfield Ky This is one of the most desira- blef homes in Springfield being 1new and up to date in every rel J spect Mr Green having had it under his own supervision Itbuilttiing nothing but the very niaterial that money could This house has bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights all over the house a splendid cellar large front and Vittckjaorches 6 large closets and Vchina cabinet stable carriage a house moke house coal house arid in fact everything necessary for comfort and conveniencet1 Enclosed with new iron fence has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This zabeautiful location near graded school and a place that ti1complete in every respect At same time and place we will offer for sale the lot adjoining 3this property frontingon Main street 60 feet and running back tD the wanch about 225 feetIWe irillalsosell a lot or house bo4dfwrniture r Hie sale will take place at the 4 w Terms Mkde known on day ofI iatei r jPor further information 4 U onW address a lf jJP A Green J9 McBlroy AMaJluatrat rs Sidney Green ox t l 1Ns jf h tJ l 4iIa 8tM4WHW lmif H gg an iIWiINii HWHfiiiWiN II News From The County 1t iI IItlapeen1nor Among the ounty PeopleI = as Reported by ft our Correspondents ftnn i ii f M lM KUIsbbro I be able af erWe are glad to ntt absence of some weeks to again tmakeourappea17ance t N s department Leaden NewsI Miss Ms rUe Sutherland a popular young lady of Willis burg who has been visiting relatives here returned horned Sunday Golie Sb Wmaker of Mack yule is in this vicinityi this week with his machine finishing up threshing the small grain crop It seems that our farmers have to wait every year until all the other crops are threshed be fore we can get a machine Why not someone here buy a machice so we will not have to wait so long before ve can get our grain forJ sowing Sam Mayes and wife of Pull lam andfr Johnson of Bar rodsburg visited the family of J MShjelds Saturday and Sun- dayj Miss Maymie B Merritt our efficient school teacher spent Saturday and Sunday with J friends at WiUi burgfWe ar3 glad to report our school in a fflourishing J condition with much interest jnanifested by all Any district is fortunate in securing Miss Merritt as a teacher The wcmen of this vicinity are having bad luck with their tur jkeys TLey are dying at a rapid rate rem a singular dIsease in which the head of the turkey turns blackfrtn l it di sin a little ttime There seems to be no cute for them Mrs Edgdr iSettles lost 25 in one day If turkeys are as scarce in other Iplaces as they are here the Iperson who eats one Thank s giving fillhave to pay for it The sale of F M Shewmaker Thursday was well attended and things Brought good prices The farm was withdrawn at ah offer of 2150 per acre We learnj that he hjas rented his farm and will move to town Mr Shew maker is one of our best citizens and we regret very much to see him move from our midst but he will carry with him our best wishesEld W Ezra Sutherland turned last week from Polkyille Warren county where he closed a three weeks meeting with a large number of additions and money raised to repair the hduse and pay off ail indebtedness He has been called to hold a meeting for the church at Gillead Green county to begin the first of October J D Sutherland sold a num ber of stock hogs to John Per kins for 6c J M Shield sold 5 yearling CilVes to the same party for12 per bead Coleman Settles bought a gray mare from Lee Settles for 50 Sam Mont gomery bought a horse for 22 We hear that PB Pralher our clever road overseer will begin work on our road this week and now as he always oes things right it is safe to sav hat the read will be put in goocj condition bofore he quits work Judge Litsey made a public at the pale Thursday that we would have a pike next year Nothing would please our people better and we feel sure now that whenthe Fiscal court meets next April that Judge Lisey will go Iiis length for our pike and here iis to you Judge a solid vote frbm here in November and then for the pike The farmers are about through cutting corn and the crop is the best that we have had for many years There has beep none so d that we know of yet but it barrlo1Ryebut there is not much demand for it as most all are bent on sowing wheat this time Valley Hill has quite a suc cessful ball team and of course would enjoy an interesting game as well as the public would take pleasure in witnessing a good game We have some fairly good ball tdssers here and while they have not played any this season still we see no reason why a team could r ofrbe secured here and play the Valley Hill team some of these beautiful Saturday afternoons We woud like to see pitcher Armstrong in tha bcx representing the Pen nyriles once uore before the season la over What do you say boys Davis Crow and famly who hayef been in Illinois for quite awhile have moved oack and we learn will buy a farm in this viiinity We will gladly wel come Mr Urow as one of our neighbors Rev C C Alen of Shelby Vile will begin a meting at our church Sunday night Be is quite successful evangelist and we trust he will have the hearty cooperation of all good Christian people and that his meeting will be pleasaut to hIm and success ful to the church and the entire bybislaborIj MAUD Mr TJ D Bovine andwife en terfcained in a very pleasant min- nfr a number of little boys odtlast Wednesday ftel noon frjml ouspfitlt RtX in honor of th1J little sVs Lovelace nintli tt W 1birlhdayl vited iinto the beautifully deco rated dining room where an elegant repast awaited them Mr inIdaughter Margaret R Shehan and Mrs John Ar nold Those present were Masters Wilson Duncan Grafton Batter ton Dixie Barlowe Harry She han Harland Arnold Ezra Par rott Oscar Shehan Wiljie and Wallace Carter and Lovelace Bodice Mrs Forrest Pottiager and little sons hay returned to their home at Washington D C after spending the summer with Mrs Pottingers parents here Miss Fannie Dawson visited her mother att Bloomfield from Friday until Mpnday Mr M L Troutman and little grandson Dorchester Crume have returned trom a pleasant visit to relatives at Belmont Mrs fial Shehan is reported as on the road to recovery after a severe attack of pneumonia Mrs Charles Mcllvoy of Will Jsburg is the guest of her sister sirs HalShehan LittleMiss Beatrice Shewmaker of Bloomfield visited her grandmother Mrs Kate Sbewmaker and aunt MrSM L Troutman the past week Mrs Emma Shindler has re turned from Taylorsville after a two weeks stay with her son Mr Jenk Shindler Miss Lea Wail entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her birthday Mr fr G Bricken had the misfortune to have his horse break through a bridge near here one the past reek and break shafts of his buggy rav correspondent together MrJ E Goatley of Valley had the pleasure of enjoy ing the true Kentucky hospital ity at tb homes of Mr James Grayand Mr W S Y Goodlett of Hardestys last Saturday night and Sunday- A crowd of yonng people from here are contemplating a trip to the knobs in quest of chestnuts as soon as jack frost plays his role of gathering them Mrs John Virgin has a turkey which is an exception to any in this community in the laying line This bird has llald over forty eggs since carrying her young brood FRIZZLE HEAD Pleasant Grove j Mrs Bettte Graliam who has beert making her home with Mry Thompson is now visiting Mrs N P Thompson Later she will go to Henryville IndJ to live with her daughter B B Leachman and S P Thompson haVe returned from Lexington where they went last week to attend the State Fair Mr Carl Wals has returned j home altar a six months stay in the western part of Illinois Mr A 0 Yates and son Eias tus were at T J Trent last week Mrs G A Dohon y of Lebanon was the guest of Mrs W P Merritt last week Dr J H Hopper and wife of Springfied spent Sunday with B Li Litsey Messrs Johnie Walls NP Thompson and Jas Thompson were in Wilhsburg Sunday Mess Wathen Ritnras Wm Medley and Misses Robbie Simms and Louise Medley of Spring field spent Sunday with Miss Mabel Thompson Mr J W WallsaIid wife visited their daughter Mrs H Jar nett of Kirkland last week Mr J SYankeyhas been KelieysShopwere in the race but you know politicialleaderI Messrs Booley Sweeney and George Galispie of Mackville Women as Well as Men Are Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dls ouragcs and lessens ambition beauty vigor I tIand cheerfulness soon tQ fQ disappear when the kid neissjare out of order IoreaedKIdney trouble has become so prevalent uncommonfor fafflicted with weak kid = neys If tIc child urln aate too often If theI urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to contro the passage It is yet afflicted with bedwetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first step should be towards the treatment of unpleasanttroublekidneys and bladder and not to a habit as most people suppose Women as wdl as men Are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble remedyTh i StfkmpRoot is soon realized It 1s sold by druggists In flfjy tOK i one dollar ceontand may have a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet telloe of 8waoot ing all about it Including many off the thousands of testfmonlal letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr KHmer k Co Binghamton N Y be sure aM mention this paper i were 2 the guests of Misses Nellie Reed and Elma Leachman Sun day4IMrs L M Gregory has gone to Boyle county to visit relatives Dr John Spalding was here jlast Friday Some thought that the Dr would loose his practu eI jin this neighborhood when went on his vacation but I heI the limit to hold the lid on for jhim and succeeded He had scarcely arrived home until he received a call to come to Pleas lant Grove Pete Shehan and Fred Van SundayThe ice cream supper given at Gregoryforquite a success About 30 be ing realized gaveltbed evening Mrs T J Trent and little son Oscar are iU with malarial fever Mr J M Trent and wife of Willisburg spent Sunday with T JTrert John Polin and Frank Willett who went to St Mirys some collegehavesick Well they have the sym pathy of the writer for I llived in a adormatory mv self and kcow that its impossible to keep flies out Of the molasses and mice out of the butter and the mondtoury will be almost unbearable for awhile but cheer up boys you cant stay at home always PUNCH i1Ydllllnp Jo Pie B Spiegel 1204 N Virginia St EvansdlleIndwrites For oyer five years I was troubled with Jdnej and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and waa all run down and a year ago had o abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who didI me no good and I was practically given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle Rave me great relief and after taking the second bottle I was entirely cured Sold by The Red Cross firua Stores Valley Hill IL seems that our village is becoming a dead beat Well it iis in some respects and unless our citizens Jo something mote importance than heretofore the Valley lull letter will soon be come extinct Uno does his very best to have a good letter each week but as all know one cannot succeed without help Jerome Wohner of this place visited relatives near Tatham i Springs Saturday and Sunday Miss Louise Settle of Booker was the guest of Miss Mabel HEIghtslastMiss Lizzie French of Leba non JuDctionv visited relatives in this section last week Mr M p Red and wife ot this place were in Lebanon Fri day on importantbusiness Messrs Sheldon and Robert Montgomery and Robert Scutt of Polin were in our midst during last week Messrs Scott anl Bob Mayes of your town were in our midst Saturday on legal business Mrs A B Cjrn of i staid with Mr and Mrs Reed Harry during Derringer their recent PolinI by Miss Mary Grigsby attended church at Mt Zion Sunday MesJames Sue and Kate Mpck the former of Louisville and the latter of Bardstown visited relatives in this section last week A very valuable mare belong ing to Hugh Goatley of this place is in a critical condition from effects of negligence after weaning her colt Distemper seems to have a good start again in this section A fine mare belonging to C P seriousp1jghtfrom I otbets are coughing and losing flesh by the same disease which has not broken out Unless it be checked before cold weather nothing can be done t much ad vantage for them The sick Mesdames W Moran M D Reed and Th FI Reed also Anna Lee JSeay ull whom are convalescing The diphlh ria rage in this section proved eroneous the severe sore throats c ntracCed by one or two children in sch ol was caused by eatin walnuts grapes and sugar cane before maturity The report that schocl i andIsame can slop it Mr Hughey Goatley fell under a wagon loadedwith corn i one day last week and came near II oeing seriously hurt tie fore wheel running over hisa nkleI and only by quick action did he krep the other wheel from also striking him He is now waksing on crutches Welcome are The Tattlersinto our C N C Their first at f tempt was a credit to them and shoukb they increase in interest and length the average corres potent will becom envious All eJK l is a few more en thuslastIciorkerstich ns they i and our NeffSLeceJ will b Democratic Candidate The following gentleman were declared the nominees Qf their party for the respective county offlce at the Democratic primary hald in Washington county August 6th 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co AttorneyT S Mayes County ClerkWeF BQoker Repsfcnfyive W1 Claybi soke or Sheriff J S Osbourne Supt of Schools J W Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery the breeziest sheet in Kentucky Tbeu teacher was wise in selec ting such students to represen rher school and vicinity in our columns and deseryes credit accordingly The Indncibles pf tjiii nmiona lis expected and those from her a whu wish to see the game are Hillptorethe Jewish New Years Cnred olBri lils Diseasee Geo A Sherman Lisbon Red Mills Lawrence co N Y writes I bad kidney disease for many yearitand had been treated by physicians far twelve years had taken a well knovrn kidney medicine and other remedies that were recotrmeaded but got no ro lief until I began using Foleys Kid ne7 CUre The firsthalf bottle relieved meand four bottles have cured mef of this terrible disease Betore t beg n faking Foleys Kidney Cure I haJI to make water about every fifteen min utes day and night and passed a bri ok dust substance and somtimea a Slimy substance I believe I would hzve died if I bad not taken Foleys Kfd e- ycureSold by The Ted crossDrug Store A BUSINESS fOR SAlt I desire to sell my onehalf in ofIF T Cox Co i find it necessary to devote my entire time to my farm and for this reason I desire osell The business is one of the bes in town and for the amount of capital invested I Jbelieve I am safe in saying it pays more money than any business house in Springfield My reasons for selling are as above stated Address me at Springfield Ky LUTiiERA BURNS Got Off GbeaD He may well thjnk he has got off cheap who after having con tracted constipation or indices tion is still able to perfectly reo storehs health Nothing will do this but Dr Kings New Liife Pills A quick pleasant and certain cure for headache con stipation etc25e at Hay Ions drug store guaranteed A Valuable Relic Mr J P Purdom of this jity hasjust come into possessi n of a valuable wheel that according to the decendants of Abraham Lincoln Was first used grandmother to hankyarn bYlbYlhis old reel has been in the iin of the Vhitehouse fam ly of tlis couny for more than fcalf a c ntury and the different tarts anYIyears ago are still in a good state of preservation Mr Pur dom bought the wheel from Mrs Frank Mills who is a daughter of Capt Le Whitehduse rrUn cIa Sammy Whitehouse and his Rood wifeLAunt Maria will be remembered by many cif the older citizens of Boyle They were parents of Capt White house Uncle Sammy cl limed to be a second cousin in ration to Abraham Lincoln Mrs Gater Ward of Aliceton and INDIGESTIONS KEtiOKD liThe best remedy I can prescribe fot your Iidigestion madam is Green August Flower prelaibeIndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths If is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest You read in the papers daily of appar ently healthy and even robust inenbeing suddenly attacked with acut indigcstioa after enjoying Hearty meal and of their dying in many case before a physipiaa could be called in c tTbis should be a warn tag to you vheIwith regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic x tims of acute indigestion hfd taken a- mall dose of Greens August FI0wer be fore or after their meals they would notahaVe fallen a prey to such sudden seizures August Flower prevents indigettion by fcreating good digestiom It also regnl tea a upheTwo sizes sc tad 750 All drufjlMi ForsaJe at TsyionPbarmacy I J IeaoIdeDayI oa ey- SwI Moa front toM Ia pelt 12 BMatit Thfe SlgMtHTC 9 fLZfYaPIPLIOX 23c REAL EsTAIET0RSALE t tf Real Estate By McElroy Dealers SPRINfiriELD Wharton kti iif f 50 130 acre farm situated 7 miles from Springfield good dwelling house stock and tobacco barn Prce3000 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles from Springfield all lays well mostly goodbarnSi52 Nice farm 270 acres 7J miles from Springfield first class improve dwellingfirstgood orchardand plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all in good state of culti vation lays welt and mostly in grass right bn the pike Price 537 per acre 54 Farm of 175 acres 6J miles from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well aqdia well fenced S35 per acre 55 548 acre farm 6 mites from Springfield on good pike good im provements three good barns nearly aU tobacco land and lays well Price 40 per acre 50 Good farm WO acres 31 miles gpodhousewatered 45 per acre 57 4ine stock farm 21 miles from town 230 acres nearly all in frrass 60acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass nic 8 room dwelling 2 good stock barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 850 per acre 58 90 acre arm 5 miles from goodlandgood small dwelling and barn Price 30 per acre 59 181 acres of land 1 mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barn well fenced and watered 50 per acre 60 60 acre farm 61 miles from Springfield good 3room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced W per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn 60x80 good out buildings fine orchard 500 trees 90 grass1ccl 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east of Bardstown all lays well 133 acres cleared 75 acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 2J miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile from Mackville on the pike good welling barn aud outbuildings well fenced and watered mostly inblue Mr Josephus Whlehouse of Grayel Switch arer also living relatives of Lincoln If tha history of tlis old relic is given aaccurately it is ruly a valuable one and shbnld be worth a big sum to the owner Danville Advocate Koinerofls and Worfc Everything is in the name when it comes to Witch Hazel Salve E C DeWitt Co of Cbicago discovercd some years ago how to make a sale from Witch H zel 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 equal This has given rise to numerous worthless counterfeits Ask for DeWitts the genuine Sold by all Druggists PUBLIC SALE OF LAND AND PERSONAL TBOPERTJ A Execu or ofthe willof the late Join F GribbensI will offer fprsaJe to the highest and bests bidder at public outcry at the residence of the late John F Gribbens about three miles from Springfield Ky on the dirt road leading from L T Spald ings on TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 at 10 oclock a m the following described property J The farm containing about 104 acres with good improvements and in good state of cultivation This farm contains some fine to bacco land Vill also sell 3 cows and one calf 2 yearling heifers 25 hogs 1i horse 25 sheep 1 bug gy and harness 1 road wagon farm wagon plows and plow gear and other farming imple ments 17 bushels of rye about 500 bushels of corn and house nold and kit hdn furniture8 If be farm is not sold it will be rented for trie year 1906 to the bidperTerms uay of sile G W COC1ANOUGHER Executor of the will of John F Gribbens AColtMleilnHlsfflieysV A J1 Jennesse 9201 ButlerstChj agowrites Iam a ewitchmau and tm out in altkinds of weather I took cold which settled in my kdueys- andI was in bad shape I tried sev iral advertised remedies with no blaDe t until I was recommended try FoieyB Kidney Cure Two thirds ct bottle cured me Sold by Thd Re Ding StoreJ POJmKDDYQJ1tI = a d a4dSrN grass 500 locust posts price 830 per acre 65 68 acres located 3 miles from Mackvjllev new 6 room dwelling all plentynewstate of cultivation Price 3600 66 f QmSpringfieldand tenant house good stock barn and tobacco barn 100 acres fn grass 4500 milesfromroom dwelling good barn cistern at both house and barn will fenced desirable home Price 30 per acte 68263 acre farm located 71 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 nQrth of Willisburg good6 room awellinjr firstclassprice 20 SpringfieldoutbuildIngsS3250peracre 71 134 acres located in Nelon county 2i miles Ironx Maud two small h uses good barn well watered and mostly In grass 15 per acre Springfieidoutbuildings stock barn and hew tobacco barn Price 6000 7376 a res three miles from Mackville good house and barn all in grass price 18 per acre 74 96 acres three miles frrm Mack yule mostly in grass plent tobaccb land good house and barn PriceI2250 75 I22f acres located close to dwellingbhrhof tobacco land all in grass price 25 Willisburgtobacco barn 30 acres timber farm well watered Price 830 per acre 77 106 acres 2 miles frdra Mackville all in grass 6 room dwelling stock barn milk house and meat buUse plenty of fruit of all kinds Price 25 per acre 78 116 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhood good improvement of wellfcncedSpringfield i4pringleldtobaccolandesoo KfieldilandSpringfIeld gcmdbarn acresin84100 acres 1it1es front Petwick good house and barn well fenced and lays well 60 acres ia grass plenty cf tobacco land 2600 85 ieb acres well located goodl l strong land small house and btf1twell ledcecl ana water dprlC2700 ftomSpringfjeJdand vatered Price60 w 87 6 acres ort mile from Booker good new 6 room house stock barm and others buildings orchard well watered and fenced all tobacco laud S32 peracre 88 50 acres one mile frpw Booker 4 room house good tobacco barn 20 acres in grass all toliaccoland 532 per acre 89 104 acre located 6 miles from Springfield near pike good 5 room dwelling and barn lays well afedte fenced well price SJCOO for the tract iefromand barn well watered and feactidf price 3 0 91 600 acres 234 miles from Sprinf 5I ijnientsthbacco tand all lajs well 100 acres in timber 200 acres in blue graSs barns sand 3 tenant houses 92 jflO acres well located 2 hbusi audbacn Price 2600 I Town PrdiJEItK FlMtclass store building and good six room dwelling both in firstclsi pricelpwlGoqd6room dweljng on Main Btreet Goojd 5 rOom dwelling well located ndI cpnveBiently arranged all moiejrh improvemenhv Gppd house 6 acres of la4allgood ntbuUdi1lg5z Niqe small dwelling on LebanoN fPeSmall cottageph west Main 8treet rVirginiasmall dwelllnlr odEast MainStreet Iil 4 oElroji Whrto 1fJ 1 Springfield Ky C U oo v oo swrw i The first National Bank 8 SPRINGFIELD KY t Capilnl 50OOO T I I Surplus and Undivided ProTils 2OOOI- ttOFFICERSB ntgt Foster JBdpkKeeper t8 DTlCCTORSr4 t lmptt JVe grant every favor consistent with safe banking Yor v bust ness respectfully solicited o f OOV satlw It A B W I Vi7 IN E SSIsaboiutehyueeaa EDUCATJQN ry to the yonngMem or young woman who would win suCcess in life This being copced d 1t JI of first importance to get our training at the schopl that stands in thevery front rankf Thh BRYANT GSTRATTON BUSINESS COLLEGE N El Corner Second and Walnut Stp Lculsvllie Kf ac40BCSHORTHANDTV F E WRI T N C3 r beautiful book giving testimonials from TELiEGRAFHY craduatjas occupying prominent posltioaa Scboolopenal11leTHOS W DRYDEN JGEO W SCHrVABTZ PRESIDENT ECYANDTREAS == H The SprinfleldMeat r ftfj 1 L 11 t i I V IGRiiv f t 9untitY i- aiiy I t iiF T COX CO ProprPs IINII lft SPRINGFIELEI f KY f ga gerif1EEZ lEE EE t F I 1 C nPeoples Deposit Bank 11 SPRINGFIELD KY j f ORGANIZE DECEMBER isa fi ICapital 5OOOO J 22 t Surplus and ProflU f O f 1i i OFFICERS Qco D Robertson1Prsfdent1 H1bwraibjh dent J A HpulnJire Oashftjri Cl j trd t trAssistant Cashier S C Lee Bokijir i DIRECTORS 6cO D Robertson t H ThurBjat W L Grsb G j L Hay lni I WSaitrly 1 BLafti J- ii r p C Patrons enjoy every privilege Ue t 4rf 1 jiWJacI well equipped Banks Prospective j4ey4tft iotite to wrtte Lcall in person I cJ1ctjur1J44cI4J 14J r I jL ftVUDENT DENTIST I TEETH EXTRACTED 1w1wT IITHOUT PAIN 1 KVVaff B Block mp Ur Ii IBPRIKGFlErJ KY 1 AU Dentall Work Strict Fjrstclass f DRJ H1 LAMPTON 4 J i OFFICE la Ors House t WFGR1GSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW y Oc over Peopled Banlr- BPBINOPIELD KY I IB fcoBARDS M WFYAP- IARDSHYATT ttndti ud Snrgcogs oeeJext to Clerks Office DRJHHOPPERPI- TSICIAN and SURGEON PHONES Office Over OHice 97 Hajans Grocery Wence71 r JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL J ttoiinrtcr Iud Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks I and Jew Jry Repairing g a Spe Siilty Located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church w Springfield t olty DR VFlTRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Dental work raasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOHNY MAYES lUKEfiliL DIRECTOR ill Mm EMBALMER TELEPHONE IDAYlidJNlGHT V SPMGFIELDn I I Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule iow in effect on the Eardstown andJSpringiield branch railroad No 4t Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bardstown Junction pmarrivese No 42 Leaves Springfield at 1530 jumv Bardst6wn 617 Am Bardsfjo n Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am No 43Leaves Louisville at o 730 am4 Bardstown Junction tf30 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm Nb44 Leaves Springfield a 4r20 pm Bardstown 230 pm Birdstown Junotion 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm S No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845 afmj arrives at Louisville 935 a m t No 91 Sundays only Leaves I Louisville at 6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm BtudE town 735 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm H F RILIJNMRYER SONS Blue Grass Nurseries 4 J Lexington Ky J OtTer for the Fall of 1905 a full uIstock of Fruit and Ornamental J ee Gcapevine Asparagus lFilJithR1barbSh rbs site We emploio Agents but seil direct to the planter 4 J CaiToflEatr JilB Taylor a prominent merchaiit efCk fesman Texas gays Jconld oIttt becauscof a weafcstomach I f sest ll itrcnffth and ran down in1 1ttr lf lilC Au that money could do was K44 jeWt all hope of recovery van wonderful1fce1tfha et try wUJebelleitte1meJ avnd after Jbur outestIisl fplly re ti r JM tia1l t trength weight J Jl rltJC1aOue4 4 t sc r I1r i iiIHappenlngs of Interest mnn i 3 I YVThe Freshest and Latest JitII i i iiI I I S 1 MMMWH W 9 rII Vinegars of all kmds any price atC W Hagan POR SALE 6000 tobacco sticks at 6 per 1QOO J iEVPettus oFor good meats go tto Carpenters butcher shop H handles only the best r IIFresh oysters received Thurs lrpYBfosgroceI A few dozen fruit jjiars left that I will sell at cost l L p Y fagan TAKEN uPA try sow Owner can get same by proving property and paying tcosts J R and G L Wharton Mr Z P Leachman sold his farm in the Hillsboro neighbor hood containing 130 acres hud known as the Nanqfe farm to Mike Fitzgerald for 2600 STRAYEDFrom jmy place cfn pleasant Run about four Weeks ago a buck four years old black prints Any information leading to his recovery will be rewarded NIRVIN ADAMS INext Tuesflay Oct 5wiU be day for towns and cities All legal voters residing within the town limits of Spring field and who expects to vote at the next election will bje required to register The polls will be open for that purpps from 6 muntilOpm Owing to an error the name of Mrs L M Reed did riot appear in thepublished list of premium winners in the chicken department at the Springfield fair Mrs Reed tOoka prom mm on her Brown Leghorns of fShehasyears pullets at 7 per dozen A protracted meeting will be gin onext Monday evening at the Baptist church conducted by Rev4J A Taylbr of tile Parkland Baptist church Louis yille After Monday there will be two meetings daily at 10 a m and at TrSOp m Everybody is cordially invited to attend these meetings House to House Primary The Republican committee has ordered a housetoliouse pri mary to be held in the Willis burgNorth disfrct for the purpose of nominating a candidate for JijsticeV of the Peace The primary will take place on Oct 34 5 6 There will probably be three candidates as follows Nimrod Hendren S E Horlbw and Dull Bryand j Tobacco Meeting A meeting of tobaccp growers was hejld at the Ooyrt House on last Monday afternoon for the purpose of deciding what part Washington county growers will take in the Grows Association The meeting was addressed by Mr we McChord who told qf the progress being mafle by the promoters of the Growers Com pany and what is expected of Washington county tobacco men It appears that the tobacco growers have taken the matter up in other bounties in the district and a big mayority of the counties have subscribed their portion of stock in the Burley Growers Co The company has been incorporated with a capital sock of 1500 The growers are solicited to pay 10 per cent of the amount of their stock sub scription in cash and the balanqe in tobacco when their crops are delivered The money thus raised wil be used it is said iin necessary expenses of canvass ing the district for subscriptions and to get figures on the amount of tobacco grown this season At the meeting here Monday it was decided to appoint two men from each magisterial district to ascertain the amount of tobacco in each district so that the total crop of Washington county may be reported with some degree of acuracy Subscriptions to the stock in the concern had hot been solicited among the farmers of ibis county until Monday whep a few subscriptions were taken The amount set aside as Washington countys proportion of the stock is 7500 Of is1 amount we understand about 11000 was subscribed on MonII LrWeavera day Syrup j jjljl bb C forbi I KILLEDl ON THE TRACK Tom Mattingly a young man 22 years ofage and son of Mr Charles Mattingly who lives near Booker was run over and in stantly killed Monday evening by the pasSenger train out from iLouisville The same train also passed over the young mans dead body the next morning on its return trip without any of the trains crew discovering it The mangled remains of tug young man were discovered on Tuesday morning Qtabout 6 oclock or shortly after the train passed down Mr Charles Mat tingly the father of the dead man and Will Payne were going up the railroad track when they found the body lying on the track which Mr Mattingly was horrified to recognize as that of llissoriTbe body was badly mutilated Both legs were cut almost off an ami was broken and the back of the head was crushed Death must have been instant n ous YouIg Mattingly had been in Springfield on M nday and bad ridden as far as Booker withJ George Goatley where he gQtC out to walk to his fathers homea about a quarter of a mile below It is said that he was consider ofliphor4whe9iit iis presume that he lay down on the track and perhaps fell asleep The funeral took place yesterday morning at New Hope Baptist church Republican Convention The Republican county com mittee has decided to call a con ention for the purpose of nomi nating a candidate for county offi es at the election in Novem her It is thought that only a partial ticket will be named Below is the official call for the convention THE CALL At a meeting of the Washing ton County Republican Com mittee held at Springfield Ky Monday f September 25th 1905 pursuant to a call of Chairmani hef being a full attendance of the committee iit was ordered thVt a mass convention of the Republicans AVashington coun ty bfi called to meet at the Court Housey in Springfied Ky at 2 oclpckpm on Saturday Sep tember iJOth 1905 for the pur pose of nominating such candi dates forNjhe CountyQfficesto be elected atthe regular election on Novembe the 7th1905a1s said convention may decide to nominate All Republican voters t are earnestly r quested to at tend the said contention Let there be a full turn out of the Republicans of Wasjilgtoncoun ty JJnder the leadership and wise patriotic administration of the great Republican President Theodore Rooseveltt there is unparallelled happiness ancon tentmentJn the country of wliich the people of Washington corm ty have their share Let iul patriotic citizens who appreciateN these conditions ahd desire their Continuance testify it by atten ding the convention and assist it by their counsels v By order of the committee J R WHARTON Chairman W EZRA SUTHERLAND Sec Ho UnDteni rcis If you ever took DeWitU IvittleEarly Risers for biliousness or constipation you know what pill pleasure iIs These famous little pilla cleansetbe liver d ItproduclnJItt SOldcby dll Druggists TFi NWA u 0u t f New Goods New Styles New Prices I1 t We have just received and are now showing the largest and best selected stock of goods shown inoUrtdwi 1 f Dress Goods Our stock ofLJress Goods is complete including all the f Novelties in Plain and Fancy mohairs Serge Rain Oloth Cloth Prunella Co 1fBrOad etc Linens 1 ICO in bleach Table Linen 50c 54 in bleach Table Linen 40c 1 Finer Satin Damasks at 75c 100 and 5100 and 51 25 with napkins to match t 1 Draperies in Oretonnes Tap eslrles Silks lines etc Stockings o X We are agents for The Fay X Stockings for Women pisses and children Tney are the greatest Stockings fiiil the J V market for health comfort and wear Do not require 3 C Lose supporters Try them We inspection of our Stock JFall purchases t Cunningham jfQNAL Mrs Kenyon who has been visiting Mrs Kitty Hayes two months returned to her home at Ft Worth Texas today Mesdames E SO Mayes J Y Mays Lizzie Durrett and Miss Sadie Mayes were guests of Mrs J H Mahoh of Lebanon todaYI Mr James R Mayes has ted the John Shader proper tyjn Doctor street near the old bt Dominic church and will bring bisfamily here from Henderson villeN C Mrs Palmer Grundy of Val ley Hill visited her Mrs J Y Mayes yesterday Mrs Elizabesh Graham has returned from a visit with friends at Perryville Mr C C Mcpliofd am wire went to Louisville Tuesday Mr Ben Spalding of Lebanon was over yesterday retur9dTuesdri with friends at Bardstown l rMIss Briggs McElroyof Leba non is visiting at Mr Albert Eimballs Cap Bright entertainedi a crowd of young folks from Leb anon last Sunday at his Valley Hill Miss Sadie Myes and Mr Juan Londetta went to Lebanon to see the ballgame Mr J W Lewis wife and daughter Miss Mary spent Wednesday m Louisville TJr J HiiLamptoh and Mr Theo Campbell were in Louis ville yesterday WV C McChord was in Louis ill test rday Misses Myrtle Bessie and Pearl Campbell were in Lebanon Tuesday Mr nd MrsW T McElroy celebrated their fortieth birth day yesterday All of the sons und and daughters and sons m law with their children spent the day in celebrating the occasion arid a oooo I School Supplies jk Bring your Ilist of schooll requisites here We not only have the largest of every thing for school work but will sayc you 4 IWeIWe have all th- eTextf BooksIi I for all the grades Tablets slatesl pencils pens ink rulers school bags lunch Iboxep etc J HAYDONS Y I c DRUG STOREv Sills 36 in plain and changeable Taffetta Silk 9100 tol5036 in blk Taffeta Silk 5to 150 waistlDgsPlaiD ized iwaistings 35 to 50- cClothing wtJ are sole agents for the Hart Schaffcer Marx and Wellworth clothing for men and The Perfection clolhitig for boys There is none lbelter than these Mens Corduroy Suits 5 Mens Cord u re y Coats 2 50 Mens Cassmero Coats 2 Bqys Cbrduroy Suits 52 50 Shoes We have the exclusive sale of W L Douglas and Kneeland tine shoes for men and Krip pendorf Dittman Cos for women and they are unequal ed for style and wear VVe also have the sale of the heavy wa ter proof shoes for men Ev ery pair guaranteed water youbuyan f ampat l H f stock hats A full his in any stvle you 4 X test and adjust examined free W C most delightful time was hy alLr V Mr lave Logan of Danvillc was hegc county tourt day he went to see his brother John A Simms who hasi been quite ill but who is now Miss Like who has bqen nurs lug Mrs Evan Rogers through typhoid fever lleft Monday for Quincy IlL her home Miss Adelia Craycrofb who has been very si with typhoid home Mead county todav MissHatlie Thdraas the nUrse her asJar as Lou isville r Misses Miry and Lucy Brown and Elizabeth Leachraan visite Mrs Newell Nel son county last week Mrs Pettls of Lancaster her son Mr Joe F Pettus M 1 and Mrs A have returned from Leiiisville Mr Evim Hagan and John Spalding were in Lebano Sunday Mr W C Rogers speqt Sun at the home oi Mr Fred Hagan Mrs John Brown and Mrs Harry Brown of Lebanon wer guests of Mrs Fred Hagan llas Mrs Alfred Lebanon visited friends here las wee ctt Mr E Cail Litsey and wif spent Sunday with the family of Judge Selecmanl p II Mr John Hopper off verry ille visited his brother Dr J S Hopper the first of the wcelf J Outings A g eat assortment of Out ings and Flan 1nelletJsj in Stripes JFig led and Japanese effects 5 7 10 to The 1 Underwear Our stook of Underwear iis respect1WoMens tnL fleeced shirts and dra ers 50c 75candi Mens all ool shirts and drawers 51 Boys and Misses shirts and drawers 2p and 50 cents Bov and ises Union suits 25 3p and 50 cents Blankets Wei can make r omfortsi iprices on blankets lap Jrobes und horse blankets We fought these goods earl v before the advance and will givej our trade the advantage of t earnestly solicit before making your X Duncan I daughter Tuesday daughtersinlaw CORNER Hippopotomous V LOIOIOIOT01 No Formal qpening My of i4 anyYpatronage I Ready For Inspection line of new want 41 Beautiful trimmed f neatfMrs Kate Williams 1THE MILLINER Jf in in Dr i il Hotel jI Octt 7 T Eyes j fit Glisses Eyes 1 enjoyed re1t Mclntireshas accompanied i L visiting Cunninglfam t of 4I 44 u Grigsby lVillSaturday ntt L RIGSBY Optician improving MoClaskey Thursday pcliOIieyi FleecedownS llMr Louis Reidel of Taylors yillc is visitingherparents Mr nd Mrs B blitt vIsitingjyoung woman who nursed little Thomas Bay don has typhoid fever in Louisville AlsO Misi Slice who nursed Mr Wahen Simms has typhoid lever Miss Mary Belle Montgomery who has been confined to her home for fifteen years with sick ness has gone to Louisville for a visit with friends Miss Willa Knott has been n Louisville this week getting millinery for her fall trade t Rev Hoskinson and family are at Leitchfield attending Mj E Conference in session this week Mrs J B RoBards has re turned from Burgih t MrNimrod Buster of Burgin was here the first of the week visiting pro and Mrs RoBards Miss Margaret MoChord left Monday to enter Mrs Seinples pupilforMrs Elizabeth McLaughlin and daughter Miss Edna re turned home yesterday after an extended visit with relatives and friends in Mason county Notice All parties knowing themselves indebted to Sidney Green deceased either by note or ac count will please call and settle same at once All parties hav ing claims against said Sidney Green will present them properly proven to us on or before 1CSidney t deceased s I j Ready to Use Paints fj for Little Jobs Lw 15lr1 r rJl t j LIDi little paint or enamel We have a ready mixed H paint iin handy little pans for every jjob uTf tb t kind I Enamels i jem Black while andbeautiful lint Briglt 2 t tmcolorsl for porch furniture flower potSj standi f r- ti baby carriages etc White and tinthTor mt tItIt em norjwood work furniture bath tubs etc etc 1tt Varnish Stains tiill l Stain to imitate natural wood and aso y rnfeb t em all at one operation Lan ba fused over old au iri puirit or fresh surface Useful in scores bt rnv v 1ways iizm Floor Paint j r J LtL 4TIs twice as easy to keep afloor clean adit t tcertainly improvesit anpearaube Dries arMover night em Family Paints tl Jiki Ready touse andyou can do its good E job m with our paints as a professional Ask CJrPofW card U Red Cross Drug StorerJJJ tv cim Smock 3 Haydon Propr fu i g tCof 1J rr IiOOOOQOOOO OOQOO QOQ OrCXHpHDOOO- jO Special Bargains 9 In BOYS tLUllllfllj ri fiout+ 1 14 OFF 1ZT j ljffreguar price and we will give our pustomers the benefit1 w of our purchase Boys double breast knee fsuitsr reguv lar price 250 sale price 185 Boys double biO i 1 knee suits regular price 350 sale price 200 Boy fidouble breast knee suits regular price 4 sale price 8 Boys doublel breast knee suits regular price v5 sale f price 375 sizes 4to 36 years Youths long prnt suits V sizes 14 to 20 regular price 650 sale price 485 Youths V long pant suits izes 14 to 20 regular price 6 sale pric 9 450 Besides these suits we bought at a great bargain 9 we have a large stock of our regular line in the new t P r shapes and colors TT r t ft Just Received a Large x i I Stock of Boys Knee Pants it o 0 We are showing the jargesfr stock of Men 0 Suits and Overcoats ever shown In this market tin8i i0 should see our stock before buying We are always il Q to show you cc ROBERTSON BROS IJ 9 g0oooooo ooGooo4 vd itili iiiliiffiw ll1i WWV jfL 1 I SHOES h 9 I 1 1 f We desire to re 4 mind our fricjodi ft hit we have put l5 tlIL in one of the most Ms rfcomplete lines of 1 1i l jIi jjkPlaini Siokj i idIedi L rUScleaeatboot forrthe farmer tot e L tt1cjRed Shoo1houe Shoe for the children See our Mens Fine 4 ja Patent Leather wjth the latest style toe Wfc are exclusive handlers ot the celebrated i iQueenQualityi iforladies We guarantee price and qua1ity 2 iRUNDY McINTuE iS Successors to Grundy Claybrboke WcItfrL t If t fm lft dj JOHN SHUCK MCELROY G a Wi MctlvoY WJJtd Ji f ns rSFir Life ad Tors4qIipsur tand Sold on btltissJcJ I Qffice over Peoples Bank PIO J I= AversPilis s A crtf PIfII OL WtntymirnKxisUche at4BUCINGHAMS DYE fil caiitifalbrowBorrlclilblactU 1Int lt t iJSLv t it SIR HENRY MORIIAN BUCCANEER J L 2 rJ lr JF1ieYRUSj TOWNSEND BRADY iAudMr ITJN SKrerS for Love 4 C Custry TMCirJlet H norrf Etc 6 CPYICIITlJ BY W JLLINCHAM COMPANY riji ftJ Ti7 Hocnlgold whQ w ml JacniMicKtted him from active MMM t re at eajn command of b Airt with special llastructlona to iMtc jkntr Xcrced 3 By Morgans or Aw cb aid IMT companion were re BMTM ta IM bat room ia tie tort and WxwiMMiF MTMed for He had not i 4cred the eacape of Alvarado part1y because be took no manner of ibtofMt Ilu that young roan and only kcft MM alive to tafluence the girl and 4iybcNe HoralROld lied assured jttMtt tiM prisoner was taking bis hMMWttt very hardly that he was MM wttt aager la A raging fever of I iMMMMte BMt asd anxiety astt was nailMQy begging to see the captain r The bMtcwalii cunningly suggested tteC Mt w ld be Just as well to let JUTftMto iwwata la solitude without 9t water until the next day by eh ttaej the boatswain argued he w U lie lM1tCed to a proper condition W hwHttity ad servitude Morgan t Ibjta advice good It was quite t ill eSsuce with his desires and his iinlli He would have killed Alva 1JIHt Mii et hand had he not consld r Ik1 tile aaost favorable card with J wfcMkrto pay tbe amQ he was waging w1Meea for her consent to mar ryW- j nocal Mb was capable of a genuine jUMfea M loved the proud Spanish aiM Mi He would fain persuade her wttlta ly to come to his arms rather ilHUMHiforce ler consent or overcome r Jlnr1 Rrs by brute strength There w M be MBftethW of a triumph I- nwit ber ud this vain blood stain ed iitf tirute fancied that he bad sum deiat attractiveness for the opposite Mtztto Deader him invincible If be set A beit kte wooing In the right way VaIi HornlgoW upon whom In Vtjabece of Teach he depended jMtw aad more and In whom be con S Me4 r u of old advised hImV lsk3W foment said that worthy 4IVV1ljoOfl want Is to give her time WaMiWrtll aJae knows whats happened Vr to tfccrtai of them and sees only you kftrt power to protect her and she will MMito heal Tight enoogli Besides 7tbafMt given her halt a chance Ww iL oaly seen you weapon in hand ibtftfotttit know what a Ulan you are cap Sink me if Id your looks tI ot this old scarred oile eyed S to wayIbe 0 axlou8to talk to yon In the mon tflg teat you can make her do any thuic Then If you can starve that IiI M8b dog and break his spirit so tbat fbell see him crawling at your- fcef abell sicken of him and turn to a VVM1cttle me laughed Morgan I 4idt know ou knew so much about tH MX Well Ill stay away from her till fbe morning iI shall be busy any wayx trying to straighten out these dnutkeu tsand do you put the OB that captaIn and leave the ladyaloe hut see that she lacks noth iaCV9e aye trust me for them both Hqirigold found means during the J 4ayVand it was a matter of nollttle di1ilty to elude the guards he him Vakad placed thereto Inform Mer- cedwi of tbe escape of Alvarado and to adfye ber that he expected the return voC tbat young man with the troops of theviceroy at 10 oclock that night Ho Ifct hnw you aevr to much1 bade her be of good cheer that he did V4not think it likely that Morgan would think of calling upon her or of sending VVfOVC ber until morning when It would beifed late He promised that he would watcb over her and do what he could to protect her that he would never Jeavetfce fort except for a few mo ineata Before 10 that night when be VweaL to admit Alvarado What Nvas beitjcr earaest of his purpose was that befHmlshed her with a keen dagger 4 sraaM enough to conceal In the bosom VeCVer dress and advised her if worst caiw to wont and there was no other way to use It He Impressed oh her VthM oa Jio account was she to allow Mevgam to get the slightest Inkling ta coejmunlcatlon to her for If otI IcWet buccaneer found this out goULn life would not be worth a mo L JBMWta ibeuflht and Alvarado would be rVVVbiId 1iM5s plans of rescue itrced most thankfully received VSV tIt weapon and promlseJ to respect ddencei I WIJfE ALETTZt fIr I IaI AS far as creature comforts were concerned the two women fared well lBde they were sumptuously lavish moraIa couch in the apartment a9d minis terlug to her distracted the poor girls mind yet such a day as Mercedes de Urn passed sUe prayed she might never again experience Time town was filled with the shouts and eric ol the buccaneers wandering to and fro singing drunken choruses now and again routing out hidden fugitives from places of fancjed security and torturing them with ready IngenuIty whenever they were taken The con fusion was Increased and the noise versified by the shrieks and groans of these miserable wretches Sometimes the voices that came through the high windows were those of wome and the sound of thelr screams mode the heart of the brave girl sink like lead In her breastVFor the rest she did not understand Hornlgolds pOltIon She did not know whether to believe him or not but ol one thing was she certaizmwhereas she had been defenseless now shb had a weapon and she could use if If nee essary With that In hand she was mistress at least of her own fate 1i Asevening drew onr everything hav ing been attended to Morgan began to tire of hls isolation and time hung heavy on his hands He was weary ol the women whom he had hitherto con sorted with The other officers between Hvhorn and himself there was no sort of friendship were busy slUm their own nefarious wickednesses in theUlf ferent parts of the fort or town and he sat a lOng time alone In the guard room drinking Black hog as usual pouring at his side The liquor in flamed his Imagination and he craved companionship Summoning Hornl gold at last he bade him bring Donna Mercedes before him The old man at tempted to expostulate but Morgans mood had hanged and be brooked no hesitation in obeying any order given by him There was nothing for the boatswain to do but toi comply Once more Mercedes therefore found herself In the guardroom of the fort In the presence of the than she loathed and feared above all others In creation She glanced at the clock a recent Importation from Spain hanging upon the wall as sUe entered and saw that It was half alter 0V Ten was the hour Hornigold hod Appointed to meet Alva rado at the gate She hoped that he would be early rather than late and If she could withstand the buccaneer by persuasion seeming compliance or by force for a short space all would be well for she never doubted that her lover would come for her Yen If li- eliato come single handed dud alone to fight for her she knew he would b there Therefore with every nerve strained almost to the breaking point to ward off his advances and to delay any action he might contemplate she faced the buccaneerV He was dressed with barbaric magnificence in the riches and plunder he had appropriated and he had adorned his person with a profusion of silver and gold and stolen gems He rind been seated at the table while served by the maroon but as she entefred with unu anal complaisance he arose and bowed toher with something of the grace of a gentleman Madam he said endeavoring to make soft and agreeable his harsh voice I trust you have been well treated since In my charge He had been drinking heavily she saw but as be spoke her fair she would answer him accordingly On his part lie had determined to try the gen tler arts of persuasion and though Iris face still oore the welts made by her riding jhlp the night before he strode io forget it and ploy the gentleman She answered hisquestion calmly without exhibiting resentment or annoy anceWe have been comfortably lodged and provided with fojod and driiik In sufficiency senor And what more would you have Donna Mercedes f Liberty sir v That shall bp ychirs Saving only my will when you are married to me you sballbe as ifrce as aira free sajl or and his free wife lady But will iou not sit downVin compliance with his request she seated herself opa hair which hap pened to bo neqr where she stood She noted with rellejf that the table was between them SVNat not there sdid the captain Instantly Here madam here at my side VS Not yet Senor Capltau It were not fit that a prisoner should occupy so high a seat of honor Wait until Until you are Lady Morgan he cried Bis face naming She burled beg face In her haudsVat down painrarea DRAGGING symptom of the + most serious trouble WhichVcan attack a woman viz falling of the womb With this jeflerally come irregular painful scanty or profuse periods wasteful weakening drains dreadful backache headathe aifYOusness dizziness irritability tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and beauty The cure is I or CARDUII THI FEMALE REGULATOR theVherbswhichon menses stops drains and stimulates the womb muscles to1 put the womb up into placeV iIItis a sure and permanent cure for all female complaints wa I WfFLI1EO AWFUL PAIN aywsba sari4 Mri Jal WirUevu MeVHal ill JJijssdkrMM1IMI otiMt1 III r r wTr ms suggestion for slie feared her lion ror in the thought would show too plainly there flnd then because she dare not lose sight of him she con look at him once more Her cheek were burning with shame hem eyes flashing vlth indigna- tIon though she forced her lips Into the semblance of a smlleX That surprises you does IU con termed the man with boasting condescension You did not think I design ed s6 to honor you after last night madam Scuttle me thespoiuting to his taceare fierce rove aps but I like you none the less for yqur spirit madam Fore God It runs with your beauty You are silent he continued staring at her with red eyed drunken suspicion You do not answer UMy lord cried Mercedes I know not what to pay Say Harry Morgan I love you and I am yours There Is another present senor Where Another Who has dared roared the buccaneer glaring about him l Thy servant the negro 4Oh he laughed he Is nothing Black Dog we call himReV la my slave my shadow my protection He Is always by An Ilea had swiftly flashed Into the young girls mind If she could get rid of the slave she could deal more easily with themaster She was tall strong and Morgan It appeared was hot In full possession of his faculties or his strength from the liquor he bad Imbibed Still she urged 41 do not like to be wooed In the presence of another even though he be a slave Tie not a Spanish maidens way sir Your will ndw lady said the buc caneer with a hideous attempt at gal lantrylIs my law AfterwardtwiilV be another matter within call Now madam we are alone Speak you the English tongue The conversation had been carried on In Spanish heretofore Indifferently senor Well Ill teach It you The lesson nay as well begin now Say after me HarryI permit that though I am a belted knight of England made so by his merry majesty King Charles God rest him Drink to the repose of the king he cried shoving a cup across the table toward her Resisting a powerful temptation to throw it at him and divining that the stimulant might be of assistance to her In the trying crisis In which she found herself the girl lifted the cup to her lips bowed to him and swallowed a portion of the contents VGive It back to me he shoutedJ You have tasted It I drain It Now the lesson Say after me Harry Morgan VVVHarry Morgan gasped the girl if I love thee i With a swift inward prayer she uttered the lying words You have learned well and art an apt pupil Indeed he cried Dye know there are few women who can resist me when I try to be agreeable Harry Morgans way he laughed again There be some that l have won and many I have forced None like you So I Say Harry Morgan love you11 you love me Scuttle me I thought so Ben Hornigold was right Woo aXR man llet her be lIpped willingly In arms yet theres a pleasure in break Ing In the jades after all Still Im glad that you are In a better mood and have forgot that cursed Spaniard rot ting in the dungeons below In favor of 1 better man Harry no Ill say Sir Henry Morgan on this occasion at your service he cried rising again and bowing to her us beforeV She looked desperately at the clock The hour was close nt hand So great wus tlie strain under which she was laboring that she felt she could not son tiuue five minutes longer Would Al varado never come Would anybody come She sat motionless nnl white as marble while the chieftain stared nthor In the pauses of his monologue He came around the table and up proached her Notwithstanding the quantity of liquor he had taken he was physically master of himself she noticed with a sinking heart As he drew near sho sprung to her feet also anil backed away froth him throwing out hoi left hand to ward him oil at the same time thrusting her right hand iinto her bosom He was right upon her now She thrust him unsuspicious and unpre pared violently frpm her whipped out the dagger that Horuigoldvhad given her and faced him boldly It was 10 oclock and no one halj yet appeared Time struck hoiy reverberat cd through the empty room Alvarndo never come Had WouldI been that she hoped for him she would have driven the tiny weapon into her heart at once but for his sake she would walt a little longerV Nay come no ucarorshe cried resolutely If you do you will InkU a dead woman lin your anus Back I say menacing herself wjth the point And the man noted that the humid hoMing the weapon till not tremble In the V1bast Thlukest thou that I could love such a man as thou she retorted trem hung with Indignation all the loathing and contempt she had striven to re press finding vent In her voice Id rather be torn limb from limb than feel even the touch of thy polluting hand Death and fuhr shouted Morgan struggling between rage and mortifi cation Thou hast lied to me then A thousand thnes yes Had lt a whip Id murk you again Come wljth In reach and I will drIve the weapon home She lifted it high in the air and shook It In defiance as she sole Lro JlE roNTLUED GARDEN REMINDERT kInds nqwbeSow seed on small ridges according to the kind of plant Beets bush and pole beans celery endive kohlrabi radishes parsley carrots turnips and rutabagas arc among seeds now to be saW By setting sweet potato vines a aIr crop may xtlll be produced Plant shallots now Bush bquash can BOW be planted Good sized branches from tooMtv plants put deep Into the soil an4kpt moISt AvlH root la a few dayar feefi elallrJt planted Just before rg t L UbMMI Ltcals From the Enterprise Several nghts ago as the passenger train due here at 1014 pm was sowing to stop at St Mary someone shotthrough one of the winowsof a car It was at first reported that the bullet which was from a pistol had struck one of the passengers but we have since been informed that this is a mistake Nothing should be left undone to find the l guilty one and if the shot was not accidental no punishment is too severe to be administered A person who will so wantonly be guilty of a deed of the kind has no regard for the life of a man woman or child The matter iibeing thoroughly in- v stigatedINick Osborn colored who it seems just cant keep out of trouble went home drunk last Friday night and was downright rude to his wife who summoned an officer His impoliteness to ward his better half cost him 15 in the city court next morning Jim Hill black was up again during the past week Plain drunk was the charge and 4 the fine He hail spent all hi money punishing booze so of course could not pay the fine and Judge Thomas sent him him around to take the Keeley cure under Undo Ben atV the station house Sam Hancock the negro who shot Tom Hocker also colored at Calvary Sunday night a week ago was tried before Judge I M Cooper in the county courti Tuesday afternoon The proof heard showed the shooting to be accidental and the defendant was dismissed on the charge of ma licious wounding on which he had been arrested Hawever Hancock was held over to the grand jury on the charge of pointing a deadly weapon atI another In default of bond which was fixed at 50 he was sent to jail Hocker has about recovered Hanccck will be tried in the polce court tomorrow before Judge Thomas on a charge of hcusebreaking pre ferred by the boys aunt who alleges that he broke into her home early last month When the new building just east of the Norris House is com pleted which will be early in Oqtober it will be occupied by Messrs Lee Hardesty and C C Minor whohave formed a partnership for the purpose of con ducting a a general merchandise and grocery business The members of the new firm are well known and haye many friends lover the county who wish them verysucccsV Bestt For Children rIMothyour children Look out for coughs colds croup and whooping cough Stop them in timeOne Minute Cough Cure is the beAt remedy Harmless and pleasant Contains no opates Sold by all druggists Turns up After 21 Years A dispatch from Lexington in Cincinnati Post says that Samuel Snyder who so mysteriously dis appeared has returned after an absence of twenty ono years A shurt time before he Vanished he married Mrs Sue Lven a most estimable Harrodsburg lady j The ceremony took place at the presence1jormany journey Shortly after this head MM Snyder went to Louis yule on a visit and he completely disappeared Mrs Snyder was convinced that he had either become suddenly ipsane or had met with foul play5 and advertised extensively for information as to his whereabouts and sent circular to every police department in the country A few days attar his disappearance his clo hesI found thewere on aI crek in Indiana His son Otis Snyder offered a large reward for the recovery of the body but nothing more was ever heard ofI him until his return Monday At the time of his disappearance he was the leading jeweler Lexing on The mystery of ofI disappearance has not been cleared up by his reappearance as his son Ottis Snyder declined to allow him to be interviewed at this time but he comes back 01 whitebearded and wrinkled man of 75 years of age and would never have oeen recognized by his old acquaintances It is said that a effort was made to collect the money on his llife insurance r policies but that the companies refused tpay withcut proof of his death and although no one doubted that he was dead proof could net be furnished MrsJ Snyder died about eight years ago believia shOwas his widowIa T Alleged Shiners T J Cundiff Deputy United States Marshal arrived at the Jefferson county jail at 1730 oclock last evening with three alleged moonslm ers Ben and Tom Jundiff and Jim Awbrey All are typical mountaineers with long unkempt hair ianJ lean hungry looking cOuntenan ces They hail from the Meting Creek neighborhood in Harrtin county where the moonshiners Fe4eral1authorities of late Jim Awbrey acted as spojkes man for the party last night and said they had nothing to say All appeared tired and slqepy arid after grumbling at baying been disturded turned ove in their bunks and refused trein ter viewed t A special telegram to ttje ICou1 rier Journal from Leiichtield yesterday frtwoalleged bootleggers were brought from the Meeting freak neighborhood in Hardin county today before H W Stoy Ujiited States Commissioner at this place by T J Cundiff Deputy United States Marshal The testimony was that Ben Cundiff in company with others had been operating an illicit still in that neighbyrhood at intervals during the last two years Torn Cundiff pleaded guilty t9 the charge o retailing liqucr and Jim Aubrey was held to answer upon the same chargei The bond ol Ben Cundiff was fiXed at 1200 that ot the other twjo at isonEers being able to give bondJ they were committed to the jjail at Louisville to answer in Fe leralf Court They we e takep to Louisville this afternoon by D puty Marshal Cundiff borEhood is in an obscure sectidn of Hardin county and has ben no torious as the home of the moon shiner for years Several yeeks agofive other persons wer arrested from this same neighbor hood and placed under h eavy bond for alleged violations if the revenue law Courier Journal Jack Chmn ltso New lKentICIcYPOttCot Jack cky sir is in town With a widebrim Breitbitt county hat shading his beetling brows and gray eyes a long black panatella between his teeth and his hands thrust deep info his trousers pockets he talked Kentucky politics and hordes to an admiring and attentive group fa the Hoffman House yestt rday I just came up to bring some yearlings from my place he said and had a fine sale at ightr4piecefori Igood One brought 11 and another 100Ohi Cal Chinus place is near Har rodsburg in the most beautiful section of the Bluegrass How are politics in Ken tucky some one asked Hell as usual replied the Colonel Why sir theyre fight ing Joo Blackburn hors foot dragoon and the upshot be that theyll send Judge Palynter to the United States Senate No dotbuktucky Democracy iia not go np to risk turning the State o er to the Republicans by having a figlt in their owp ranks Kentucky is so than ever Re publican DemocraticmOte with an ax two The arty have the Low he continued head d by iCrepps Beckham the Governor wbo was underestimated by a whole lot of the od fellows but who has since shown em a thing or two Machine Yes theyve gota machine and one bylhun AyersIImpure blood always shows somewhere IF the skin thenV boils pimples rashes Jf the nerves then neuralgia fiery ousness depression If th- eSarsaparilla stomach then dyspepfcfa biliousness loss of appetite Your doctor knows the remedyused for 60 years Ketnrnlnpf trnnitba Cuban war I ka a perfect wreck My ITtbail slid inr hMltli in i But ot jLjeit SartaparilU completely cured me H BcrahWn Pa fIM a botUe JaATAll dnmlit I Lnweii Mau iorV Impure Blood Aid the Iw the tMweIS v VV ki9VFillNow is the time to sav e money by laying 1Vyour winter supply of coal and we can offer your inducements in the way Of prices on large quantities Our Bu j Tradeev Has been tremendous this summer and we still ghave plenty of fine vehicles left from which yoil mir make a selection vc Remember We Lead L As dealers in farming implements We handle the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickoiy f studebaker Sand Champion Eaim Wagons and the best drills and j seeders on the marketr Page and Elwood Field Fencing and Gasoline Erir ginesal1sizesS r i I7 McClure 8 Wells der that nothin can but Black burn has been too confident He is apt tobelittle the power of the enemy fohich is a mighty bad thing for any kind of a tighter whether you meet ydnc man quick coming round the corner suddeoly or whether he just fires words at you from the stump iiI tried to show Joe that he was wrong All the leaders have goneVI said Carlisles gone Lindsays gone and Simon BolivarBuckner and Basil Duke have turned Republican But noBy the Etertfal and ths grand old Commonwealth ays Joe theres a iachme and we must smash itVAll right I tod him go ahead and try But remember one thing the Democrats of this State took it away from the Re publicans with an ax and theyre not going to hand it back to em on a silver waiter 36 c4e4 ea r No dangerous drugs or alco liolic concoctions are taken into the stomach when Hyomeiis used Breathe through the inhaler the balsamic healing of Hyomei penetrates to the mot remote cells of the nose aid throat and thus kills tQe ci tarrhal germs heals the irritated mucous membrane arid gires- comileteand permanent cure Hyomei is the simplest nrst pleasant and thfi only guaranteed cure for catarrh that has been discovered Complete outfit 1 extra bottle 50 cents For sale by The Red Cross Drugstore At the Aqe of 95 News was received here last week by relatives tbat Mrs Polly Rawlings formerly of this crrunty now of Lexington has become sox enfeebled by her cld age that she is now almost as helpless as child Her lower extremities are almost paral zed and shortness of breath has be come set very frequent that she is obliged to sleep in a sitting posture for fear strangulation Her hearing is also affected to such an extent that she is almost deaf and eysigbt isfast failing her No doubt her many old friends of this and adjoining counties will regret very much to learn of her misfortunes after such alon bond usefull career most of which was spent in Springfield ttiigi county VIJNO That flallroai Our people who have watched the progress made by the pro moters qf our new railroad have reasons to believe now that their hopes will not be in vain Mr Azbill and his corps of engineers were here the first of the week and are now resurveying the route over Muldraughs hill wish the hope that it will not be necessary to tunnel The sur vey of the entire route has been completed and rights of way nearly all secured The grades a required bthe prospcciui were easily secured and tie l aerage grad k much eui M aft was anticipated Now comes the 9 rTV Kentuckys Great Trot- LEXINQTONS t OCTOBER 314 U Webers I Famous Band DI 6ra1 41 Str21000 Futurity Oct 3 G eat 204 Pace Oct 7 J1j 5000 Transylvania Oct 5 3000Walnut HallCupkt9Sl 3000 McDowell Stakes Oct11V fl VII N tVlOF E 6rcoAILVcOoR fialf Fare on All Railroads IVV 1 OS ItIt Kansas City Soufliem R1yas Crow FHe I IUStraJlkt TO THE GULFii PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF ICLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER ii RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITSLENGTH Along lu line are the flnest1nds sU1tedforgrow1BglHBal1 grain coin larcotton forcommerclal apple and peach orchards for other fruits nd bet 5 rios for commercial canteloupc potato tomato and general truck farmc rsiLaghorses it Write for frm Uw CoscwalsgV FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS New Colony Locanonslirv9TM Farms Mineral LMtfs lice limit H4 Tlatif Lass arid for CIHJf CurrCnt Evtnts vak daIIe 4V Rlcrf iMk S frvit INtiCheap roundtrip homeseekers tlckeli on sale first andthlrd Taeedayi e1c1 notmtii THE SHORT LINE TO THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT tt J X KO3UU Trayix4gt U WAU2Z ZaiMM City SCo xCIitF I J z931L12 Trsv waii4XilgAgtTaaaa C4y- 2iFi DR MOFFETTS r Curii ChtJirt 1lulI j gMM Dfarrl1ou DyHllkry 1M m Troubles Of CKiMrntcf Jtg AldilMfcWiMi the Bowtk PIwI8owclthe CWWH MAKES THI AY i iT M 1 St Uttf fc j Mothers Hosltatm rio Iongr but say tint k+mM teIcyour child MS thousands Ravo lotto my firing ttooo p iiSrfar TffTHINA Is oaslly glvoit and qvfckfy counteract jut ovor 1i o INthe offtcts 9f tnoaummrshatupttuji1j j time for the long pun the strong pull and the pull OV together by the peope along this route which pnll shoulJ not cease until we 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