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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i 7 ESJMJIiS8ED tl rr iF 1X rH jjs RrELD COUNTY KENTUCKY 1 1i tifJ tt f 8r1sVoI XII NotOi PiatNQ WASHINGTON r OCTOBER 5 1905 0 o A YEA1 WI r U BIKOPSON Jr i j I 1 Tioipson It 1 44oETAKERs iI EMBALMERS r zf iiJ c all klnii ot FoMta lI PHONE 53 I OVRDIIIECTWIY5- PWiNGf1EID f coiiHty seato ffaiai to County 52 mites south saM W texi Stoat 59 miles from JUfcikYille ll Bardstown branch of trfmUville arid Nashville railroad inl S artng aDd agricultural district 5 ToBa ks telegraph and telephone HMC express office flour millslumber vr yards PopaatioR 1100 population of omMtT 1500- 0lcpcesentative in Congress Hon D IIt Uh Hodgenville Ky Hf sefltatiTe in Kentucky Legis- iatsrejlfon W D Chiybrooke t jrefrescmtaUve in State Senate Hon 4arry L1n alt rt Lebanon Kv o C u1ityDJrctory v CIRCUIT COURT 1 Circatt Court begirfs on the fourth MiMt yin February 3Iay and Oct- bsr JTT TMurman Judge v i Ir Durnadi Coiiimonwealtli At- bsriey jrKCampbeir Clerk 11 G I eachmM Master Cpmmisa a Q AK IXLYC9PW Qwirteriy Court Uhelo nC third Ioday ineach month L I 141t5e1Jttdge COUNTY COUiVv C tyCXtirt meets on the fourth MoMUjia gshri uth i BrLLitseyJadgei j 1 1 f Booker County ev jfltySi JCayes County AttorneyV L Gecge Catlett JaUerf CD t EByraKCro ke Sheriff JtJcfcard Isham I SikelOsborne CK1i Man ican l DeputLs rEdMasters Jaaies F Moore County Suryeyor J I Royalty Assessor T POBry an Deputy if Itobert Noe Treasurer JM Montgomery Coronet Ii W Bush Supt of CornmO- Dseboli PO Springfield i CITY COURT jkwes R Noc Police Judge John GUS2 Marshal TrwFl Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT Jtt rice Courts are held in January priUJalT nd October j Gliiirdh Directory rMETHODIST CHURCH Rev J CHoBkinson Pastor Ser the Fi1t and Third yiofl SuudavfJ in ach nionth atil Ui and Sunday atlO amSHndaySchool every i Prayer meeting every Wedncaj 1 llf 4jCATHOLICCHURCH ateriPr Hennessay Pastor Ser fi e every Sunday t 8 and 10 ocloc1 a W Services at St Rose same bonn CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev WiT Walden Pastor Service econa and fourth Sunday in each onthi 1 t SBYTERIm CHURCH Bev T D Lratlmer Pastor Fri cWnI every Sunday at 11 gm- amd at 7jptn Sunday achool every sai rM 10 m Prayer meeting yr1XkaridaY evening t7pVJoch J BAPTIST CHURCH ReT Wan Harrison Williams Pastor Breaching every Sunday at 11 am a114 7H5pm1 Sunday School every S iaayat9 0am Prayer meetir g everyTii day evening at 745 oclock f t Fraternal i Orders 1I M ASOKIC LODGE Springfield lodge Koi SO meets first andthird Monday 4 eaiek monthp r 1ia1i 2Tton R A Chapter NoSi 4 ts every BecondTueBday I SpriHjrEeldCdancirNo52 meets on yery iOHrthltosday l jfjtfiCMTS of 5Ciui MAcAsnzs Meet MJA tin 11 CCctdav ineachmoD r j FOLEfS UDNEY CURE Will curenT II otIide1 i r Bladder d1M that 11ott- he h ol1liedt iY2 VP II I YirgikI wtffMI = aM JM t M ha ca4 flt1e bl Red CrQu Prup8kore 1 i ilROUND Jo OF TJ1LKI14 WjWiiiOi B lilnn l nnnn nnca 1INAnnfJJUJiIt 0 Hickrynutiin Id like to be a boy again for just a week or two And do againsome pleasant tasks like those I used to do Not go to school or saw up wood or any jobs like those Nor Sunday school nor visiting1 in my best uWofc1athesIId like tobe a boy again without a grief or care With heart elate anjl eyes alighfand spirits free as air And with my chums of oldtime days w th many laugh and cheer Go hicVrvnuttin1 in the woods about j this tjme of year Down there in Russells wood lot and then on across the creek The old shagbarks are growing and the nuts are thick And through the laden branches where the autumn breezes play We see the school hoqs standing where we studied yesterday We hear the old bell ringing and wej see the boys again7 The boyish chums of yeser year who are today grown men 0 how Id like to be a boy oncentore with joyous cheer Go hickryhuttin in the woods abOutthis time of year The hickorynuts are falling and the leaves are brown and sere And back my memory takes toa llong- s ince vanished year Once more I roam in fancy through the old Missouri hillSI Once more I loll in comfort by the clear Missouri rills And round about are playing boys and girls with spirits free While echoes of their laughter on the wind are borne tome Id like to be3 byagainthe th ughtmy being thrills And go a hickrynuttin in tleold Missouri hills TheCommoner EvELoPMENPEvery good D citizen of the State should take aninterest in tlie State De velopment convention whiph meets in Louisville Oct 1012 Matters pertaining to the de velOpmentixrf the resources and industries of the state will be discussed The Governor of Kentucky and her two United States Senators will be the chairmen of the convention Gov Beckham will preside over the essions of the first day and evening Senator Blackburn will preside on the second day three sessions and Senator McCrearj on the last day and also act as toastmaster at the banquet atthe close Qf the convention 1 here will be in all six business sess ions a itour of Louisville instreet cars and auomobiles a reception by the Louisvjlle Commercial Club und the banquet above pen tioned The program committee his been able to secure some of the best known experts and specialists on agriculture horii culture forestry manufacturing immigration etc retc in this country The convention will je called to order at two oclock on the afternoon of Tuesday October 10 at the GMt House where all business fissions and entertainments will be held Delegates from each county in the state have beeu named and they will be given a chance to advance the interests of their county by presenting to the con vention the countys needs iin the way of new industries and more development and also to say what inducements are offered to capital seeking investment The list of delegates from this county appears in this issue fr w 4 rr OOD PLATFORM The con J vention of Washington County Republicans only suc ceeded nominating two candi dates for qounty ices but the convention adopted a platform that should be a winner and sought to set a high standard in political moral an action which other and more important poli weIlItoflfashington county by their ac tion last Saturday putthemselves jn record as opposed to bribery and corruption in elections and endorse and promise to uphold the law against such evils It may not be practica politics In these days of corruption to re frain from the use of money in elections but in the long run web Ieive it will prove the winning policy The people in the large citte o the country are be earning aroused pvbr the extent to which the corrupt methods of J are1bday is not far distant when bribery and robbery at elections will not be tolerated L understand 0PFICERSWeis being made to get up a ticket of good men who Will stand for election as Councilmen of the city of Spring field at the coming election It is important that good men be selected for these Offices as matters of considerable moment are likely to come up for adjustment in the affairs of the town during the next year pr so Men who have no axes to grind and who cnn e relied upon to do their full duty in looking after the interest of the town should be selected The jot is by no means a desirable one but any good citizen should be will lug to sacrifice something when called upon to serve his country Qr his town Fnil of Traie Mea iu are these lines from J H Simmons of Casej la Think what might have resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taknthe medicine about which he writes cl had a fearful ughl that disturbed my Lights rast I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Coldsj j which completely cured me Jt Instantly relieves and permanently cured all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneu moni At Haydons pharmacy guaranteed 5Qc and 1 00 Trial bottle free v flectlon6ftlcersj At a meetjug f of the county election commissioners the fol lowing election officers to serve at the election iin November were chosen Frederickstown No 1Judges RA Thompson D MilesKelty Rt clerk J R Connor D sher iff VT Filleatreau R Mooresville No 2 Judges J B Williams D W B Barlow R clerk Ji P Bishop R sheriff JT N Hay D Wiliisburg No 3 JUdges Walter Hale D Merri t Hun gate R clerk J J Sharpe D sheriff TE Wilson R North No 4 Judges Jouett D Neal Barnett R clerk H nry Wells sheriff LI C Cornislfli Hendren No5Judges N fit Royalty D John A Coulter Ri clerk W L Graham D sheriff Andrew Divine R Mackville No 6 Judges D S Yancey D jW W Riley R clerk J LHume R sheriff W W Hatehett D Pottsville No 7 Judges R L Arnold D Chas Coyle R clerk CF Bosley D sheriff G WSparrowpR Springfield No 8 Judges H R Thompson D W F Grigsby R clerk P G McElroy R slier iff FR Neal D Springfield No 9 Judges J P Edelen D W D McElrpy R clerk W S larlrson D sheriff S C Hcndren R Springfield No 10 Judges A B Walker R Willard Thompson D clerk J R Wharton R sheriff J Y Mayes D Kelleys Shop No 11Judges J W Thompson D R MJ Thompson K- vclerk J S Yan key D sheriff Thomas Duncan R Brush Grove No 12 Judcres W Li Keeling R Robert Thompson R clerk E P Ded man R sheriff S L Gheatr ham D To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connec teds directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware house company We conduct a Strictly Inde pend ent Tobacco Warehouse Commission business C A BRIDGES Co Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Lonisville Ky 406t cATcrLxA = 44Alwayst JI LebaHpR Locals Prom The Falcon In police court the past week Charlie Lancaster colored was fined 4 for jumping on and off moving trains This arrest was made by Li N Lelective J C Chappell Another trial in this court resulted in a fine of 15 being assessed against Daisy Rice colored for being drunk and disorderly on the streets Saturday night Mr W W Graves hassdld his 1pike1 Sullivan of Canton ilL who will shortly remove with his family to same He comes in our midst well recommended as a good citizen and we hope he will never have cause to regret his coming The sale was ef fected through the Central Ken tucky Real Estate Co The Teachers Association h ldI at Pleasant Run church In Mrs T J Hundleys district last Sat urday was doubtless the best meeting of the kind ever held in the county Genuine Kentucky hospitality was extended by the teachers and pitrons to all present and besides an excellent feast of reasonfrom the program an excellent basket dinner was spread on the ground Twelve farmers on the road from St Marys to and including the Mattingly settlement on the Cecil River pike are building a telephone line which will be connected with the Lebanon telephone exchange This looks like a progressive step by these uptodate farmers and it i to be hoped that others will follow their example until every rural section of the county win come within speaking distancev JlChieif Thompson received a letter this week from the detec tectiye bureau in Chicago stating that they had Milton Maysun der arrest and he esccped by jumping from a third story window This is the negro wanted here for breaking into the store of Rinehart Osborn and Chief Thompson says he has bad looated i ifour different cities since the crime ana each me he has escaped A Pleasure to ill No l1illi is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Rlrcrs These Famous LlttlePills are sormild anti effective that children dellca e ladles and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver pills sold Sold by all Druggists J tI Dress Goods Our stock of Jress Goods i- st complete including all the tNovelties in Plain and Fancy mohairs Serges Rain Cloth Broad Cloth Prunella Co tf verts etc 60 in bleach Table Linen 50c 4r 54 in bleach Table Linen lOcI Finer Satin Damasks at The 100 and 100 and 1 25 with to match Dr ties in Cretonnes Tap trIes Silks lines etc Stockings We are agents for The Fay Stockings for Women Misses and They are the greatest Stockings in the market for h comfort and wear Do not hose supporters Try them Republicanl Convention Candldateaffor County Judge and Sheriff In toa call from the county committee a mass convention oft Washington county- RepublicaIis was held at the Court House here on last Saturday afternoon There vas a good attendance of Republicans from all over the county and considerable le interest was mani fested in the proceedings Hon John W Lewis was chairman and in accepting the honor made an entertaining in which he spoke glowing terms of the good work of the Republican party and of that gallant leader Theodore Roosevelt He urged the im portance of every good citi enjoining an effort to promote the purity of the ballot At the conclusion of Mr Lewis speech MrV F Grigsby fwas elected Secretary and on motion the chair appoin ted a committee to draft resolu tions and report The resolutions recommended the nomina tion of candidate for the office of County Judge andalso one for Sheriff and the convention proceeded to the nomination of those two offices The name of Mr1V F Neikirk was put be fore the convention for County Judge Mr Neikirk arose and protested against his name being considered that he would prefer to give way to some one else A vote was taken however and Mr Neikirk 9the of the convention The convention n proceeded to nominate Mr Rucker Fillea treau for the office of Sheriff Mr Filleatreau was not present at theconventi n and he has not been heard from officially as to whether he will accept or not Several popular men are men tioned for deputies incase Mr Filleatreau accep s the nomina tion and it is thought that the selection of the deputies will be left largely to the head of the ticket The resolutions recommend as a platform for the Republicans of Washington county Section 151 of the FederalConstitution winch reads as follows The General Assembly shall provide suitable means for depriving of office any person who to procure 11as1IIiguilty of any unlawful use oft 30 plain and Taffetta Silk 5UOO to si 50 30 in blk Taffeta Silk 75 to 150 Silks for waist cgs Plain and Fancy Plaitl Mercer iiied waistings 35 to SOc Wi are sole agents for the Hart Schaffner Marx and W ell clothingr for men rind Perfection clothing for boys There is none belter than these Mens Corduroy Suits 5 Mens Cordurcy Coat 2 50 Men CassmerQ Coats 2 Boy Corduroy Suits have the of W L Douglas and Kn eland tine shoes for men and Krip pendorf Dittrnan Cos for womenand they are unequaled for style and wear We also have the sale of the heavy wa- tert shoes for men Ev ery pair water r money or other thing of value or has been guilty of fraud intimi dation bribery or any other cor rup practice and he shall be held for done by others his authority or ratified by him Plans to Gel Rich are often frustrated by sudden breakdown dup to dyspepsia or takeiThey tak rout the materials which are ciO girg your energies and give you new start Cure headache and too At Haydons Pharmacy 25c ITO BUSINESS The many fric nd of Mr Al McChoad be nterested to learn that he has gone into at Leba following is from the Lebanon1 By deal maae yesterday afternoon what wa4 probably the very oldes KentlickyIexclusive shoe houseof Edmonds 113ro became the property of Messrs Al McChord and B J Lancaster and in the future the firm will be McOhord Lancas notIonly the stock and fixtures bu also iis to pe given at once The house Mr Ben Ed WIr1establishedbY was conduc 1857 at which was bought by his son Threttyejirs later in 1860 a one half interest was sold by the owner to his brother riJr Albert Ed m nds and under the name of Edmonds the has been conducted to the pres en time although in 1887 upon 4lij death of Mr Albert Edmonds Jiiu interest was his sob Mr Ward Edmonds Mr W rd Edmonds will remain with th new firm for the present Bth Mr Lancastsr and Mr Me Chord are well known to Marion county latter is a brjother of Messrs John and R Cj McChord of this city and was formerly a resident pi though recently he has been making Winchester his hpme I l l The many friends of G H Hausan Engineer LEf W R R at present living in Lima O will be pleased to kiow of hisrecovery from threatened kiitfey disease He says Iwas ctfred by using Foleys Kidney Cure w lich I recopmend to all especially trainmen who are usually similarly ictcd Sold by The Red cross l Drugstore Goods Now Styles eOW Prices have just received and are now the largest and 1 fWe stock of shown in our town co Linens napkins es children a1thi require response elected speech in in saying declared nominee Silks in changeable FancyPlaid Clothing worthU The 250 Shoes- We exlusivesale Hippopotomous proo guaranteed youbuy responsible acts with Kings a dizziness guaranteed will business nQ1The Enterprise a theliousetand possession tii4e1t firm Bro business acquiredby opleThe Springfield APromiDcnlTraiDDiaa iafI showjing goods Outipgs vAtinks Fl ece owns Figuredi inellettsi in Stripes o arid Japanese effects 5 10 to 15c 7ltt Underwear 0ir stock of Underwear is cbmplete in evory respect Womens Vest and Pants 25c 3pc and 50c Womens Union S- Siits50c 75c and 1 Mens h andawers taI wool shirts and drawers i 1 Boys and Misses shirts id tIoy25 35 and 50 cents TTBlankets ttfJsl 0Q can make especially low ttapjItrices on blankets comforts lp robes and horse blankets JVe bought these goodsearl7 t t Before the advance and will siveQf the old prices v iF t We earnestly solicit an Inspection of our Stock beforeo Y iimaking your Fall purchases i Duncan iiI i tMi+ 1+ i I r7w SUBSCRIPTlONtti INev friI iNew Cunningham i4 io1tt4jThe Absolutely Pure lite 1 t J Baking PowderMade oi Cream of Tartar wfi l r Free From Alum or Phoephatk AcM 1r ILvt Royal Baking Powder renders bread bttcuit citej t 1 4 and all flour foods net and mprft heilthfciL i it t kf 1 Baldng powders made front alum phci ladUMT f LhcacItoa acids are lower in price but they are Myrion te- A i t The injurious effect of alura oa Ae MKOW cotof tkc l Ij omach potive and beyond dispute it ii L tIIL frrimiL1 andan astringent The we of alum m ay article of tal r j article wed k the preparatioa of food Acrid W pr oMiiiiiVt1IIJ JOHN Co WISE MD MeicaI hpcsrU So HM H j jt1 J Valley Hill Mr and M sCobb of East visitmgItheir daughter Mrs Tom Boon of this place for several days past Mr r R Mayes of Hender sonvilleN 0 riaade several bus iness tripst to this Vicinity last week Misses Peal aud Imogene Goatley accompanied by little Miss Virginia Elliott spent las Wednesday night with Mr and Mrs J R Oneal at Blue Ridge Mr and Mrs Timothy Whit ock of Lebanon were in this section last week in interest pf their crops which they raised on Jtfr Turner Derringers farm Mrs Nancy Derringer of near Tatham Springs visited her grandchildren in this section last weekIMr J D Pile js engaged haul ing logs for Mr I L fanes ffr N Elliott was in Spring fieldj Thursday to spe a doctor He has all symptoms of rheuma tism which is the most dreaded of all human affliction Mrand Mrs John Virgin of rear Maud visited relatives in this section the latter part of last week Anna Lee the little daughter of M W Sea is much improved to the delight of parents after an attack of flux Mrs Amanda Goatley whOhus been Mr Rodney Dogans attending nurse at Woodlawn for the past few weeks retui ned to her home at this place Tuesday Mrs M D Reed visited her daughter Mrs1N N Elliott last WednesdayMr Mrs Thomas Reed- isited relatives rear Maud night1 Mr Edward Goatley and wife f Maud were inour midst Thursday Miss Obi Goatley of this place visited her aunt Mrs J W Tucker near Springfield last week Jeff Goatley of this place iis attending school at the Graded chool m Springfield I have been agravated very much during the past week with inquiries concerning my buggy Well it may be possible for me o buy cue if Will Derringer let the Company get in a good supply but he keeps the tock picked at all times The ast pick was a patent finish bed nd of the latest style in con gjsteelgj displayed thus far iin behalf of the BT G Association in this Evervone seem dilitory and unconcerned in every re spect probably silence is the best and in a few iioro short ears this State will have in rganized flurley TObacco Go- ra On Association last Thmr dT IHarry Derringer of suffered intense Aa hourea Wt with p1 rtofle Tbf attaofc was ttiideii1 II Hand otDtliIDradid the excruciatinpaiiceai iHe is now out And atUnding ji f r usual duties sf The many fread of ThdiiiaVk I Matting ly were shockt i r I bounding on hearing of Jhic i vrI timely deatfi Th4 Maaicr Kij which death resulted WM moili J horrible add his parents awTTdl JJ j atives bav4 the heartfelt Jcthy of the fcitizew ol tbs ai d r adjoining connriuBitteg Slivenili tfrom this place aitfodei 1ifuneral th0vfdUowinf day t UA new broom sweep e1Miis an oldandtrue proverb miiili i it more fully explains iiUrtf ifthe efforts of our nei r foreman who is re lr road exceedingly awl liedioJfJf j proper drainage t i sides enlarging theenb f in many places No doabl tin J1 1 change iid in advantasa1tbogk- Mr r John pas many friemig r IIr gretted his leavingusriiychJ J 5 It now seems that wfrwilikv d better roads in the nir ftlt re t Ir f Mr Clements steels to Iwrtvl Jvmuch inepest in hwccanty srI noi doubt his efforts for def rtoy 1 ment wHit meet with sooe M r One specia1 feature ofHhe rariNi is the Banner in whkjb jray l i n K being strewn so as todraiafro f the center Instead of down tl tread way Th autfcorit1 1 made ago6d move in Mlwitiif Mr Clements as our overseers r h relSi hiburgi i section for two weeks J r f v Carl PefkiM aecoeapaBieli tjjt by Miss Athiee Ritey boihcf r near Wiljtsburg visited JatIaiIIJ tU secionSturdayed8udayMr J5 tt oiJ Gr of your tbwnVr r at iN of Mr ThOmas Clarksoa at aLJrJplaceSunJUiJ V tMisses Addle PiMa aadlJMVj yotsll French qf this place v1il4 7 friends nr Bookw liswesk 1QrSIr E Pile Ju4T1niaift iIReed and wile lpt WsIIIlwith Mrst W R Mann ff cySsturdy j cibles Waa w and thsae pjiss wIi1 j t play the gamt ot U S on Saturday Oclober1JlUllf i refonfijW qHeJ j to the bell gms bMw J boys andth PI 17171t tL 1t1 J wtah to wtt V vouchtosayifthlynes caII fei8U 1C tdown any Ssturd i they cs frand carry lioaM tie tenB r OIi Itf1 haH 4 fIol1 celfent wtitani kde j rhaver 1 affi1rwht ti bsS tj li1JsVt PS 1dTi AllasrIacs caieM w ksow = to bs cerabls1 f leas Arnica 1a1nJu tiof i seeo WA I tW s 4 isalfjA t Ii 1etJ Ariloi E1ve sI- eijdatIsk oljwe- 1Gns aDd Min ilk It Ba74S14 Phat inifeyV t A MEI NCWSLEADE i JI r1f J JJI I NOIE fj oIaNltLD ICY iF itDAV SKWy L Jr I i fir b4us as4ks llc Ms per r taaUttMftiHilpeUtIR1at JfJ wotk fe MM a fcwnitts bat cub 4 b IaSd1deIie3 otIuds r + piLs 9riMrct4 de GfUbel- Mt t tf1triN 1 xvsee rMsrU e b xI Wj J 2 58 ti c b4jMM4stcme JrJO- 1 iiiUIIAY OOTS 1905 ie WUam Lindsay has bttUiei u iwisoaiate repre T wmtative of the Commonwealth J t i teiny4it9o charges h tftiiwt all railroads in Kentucky tiich resceuedof exacting txorbHant freight rates The r rtqaSitb f the Owensboro ship Tto diimiss the proceedings j ttWu 4eu1Pd c The frptvdayof the rkgistra tlon in iJouisville was marked by laeaee of violence and disorder ciuied by imported repeaters at r Vaaapting fradulenfe registration G Basil Duke was knocked e town ana beaten at oneof the q 1pla at which he was alcwork in the interest of the Fusion ticket j t iiii Icilcil Itsto all her friends an attoaUbinjr incident that Mrs s IB Hunt of Lime Ridge Wis Vira c red of her dreadful sick nwuDpctorR she writes H1N given me up friends were raady to bid me the last farewell cIo4s of despair darkened my horizoQ and I was a wreck on tbe shores of despondency when fObegatt to take Electric Bitters tor my frightful stomach and h liverxXHaplaint To the aston ishment OfAlJ 1 was benefited at O4ICS aid am now completely and iiiraculously restored to heolth AtfHay3ona pharmacy price 59cgtaaranteed lUrrMskri News r W Owen Mclntyre of this city has just returned from liar roVlsburft Where he closedV a T deallijfor the publication J3f the Harrddsbur News which willS I Qke its first appearance btrl Mr McIntyre is a well known nwapaper mp1 having atread pibUshd several papers In thc Slate Ue was at one time editor dfjlht Anderson News and man aid the DanvillQ Advocate for sv5yeaIs Mr McIntyre has been nlcted with the Spotswood conI i hl Coflapany here fur HKMlths Lexington Herald 1I 0 lelellte The following is a list of dele r tes appointed to the State De yelopmenfc Convention which c xaaeic at Louisville Oct 10 IW lb Claybrooks Judge B L LJfeey W F Grigsby Judge L H l bfman J A Boulwai C J Haydon H M GrnndyV J RGt L Davison Jr 0 L Brady Hon T Scott Mayes Springfield W Sneed Gibbs SWihimburg C 0 McChord W a JicQhord John W Lewis e Springfieldi TJios J Miller Willisbarg Wm L Graham Sharpaviile James ETayr Jr Polin John Gordon John Bar hip Springfield i riOi BOTH1 One disease children is scrofula in adults consumption Both have poor blood both need more fnt There disease thrive on lean I nMsI Fat is the best means of overcoming them cod liver oil I maket the best and healthiest fatnd SCOTTS f Mu LS ION k the eMiiit and most effective- on of cod liver oil Heres a j tttn order of things that shows why Scotts Emulsion is i I iiJl IOIBe value in all cases of neroMft and OB unption Yore fat xiort irtyfct moie nourish- keuft1mMWhy j ti f umpJc NE CkiM 4I5ihwYak MN If n t j1 o IW News From The County t Ii IlPspIsICrresi ondtiit MJ 99999 II I IflIboro As our regular correspondent is absent will jot down a few items of the past week MedamesJ P Sutherland and A C Pinkston visited rela stives in Anderson county last iWWh Mr hal Keeling and family IpentiSunday with J M Shields and family Miss SZora and Tuditte Mont gomery spent Sunday with Miss Zelma Mcllyoy at Sweet Retreat Hisses Pearl and Flossie Arm strong attended the dedication at Mackville Sunday Miss Mayme B Merrut spent tram Friday to Sunday last with Mesdames P B and J T Pra theratClMapJe Vjew farm While there she was presented with oneof the bricks with a pi sfoot track from the old brick building in which her uncle Zachariah Merritt jived 40 years agoSReyEzra Sutherland and wife have gone to Campbells vine where they will spend several days From there Rev Sutherland will go to Gilead Green county to hold a series of meetings We wish him success and trust he will have a grand and glorious meeting Madame Rumor reports a wedding in this vicinity sodn Tom Coulter a wry popular young man of this place made a call to Scruggsville Sunday Miss Hattie Settles visited relatives near here Sunday Mr George Best and charm iing sister Miss Mattie of Wayside spent Saturday and Sun dav wiih Mr Tj1v Sutherland and family Quie a number of young people attended a musicale at the home of Mr T Baker Saturday night Mrs Mat Inman and daughter Miss Maud spent last Thursday with F M SbTewmiker Edgar Settle and family visi ted relatives at Rockbridge Sun day Mr Lewis Clark and family spent Sunday with Mr Nelsor Royalty at CardwellS We are glad to report no sick ness in this vicinity Everybody seems well and doing well ISTEP IN Mackville- Last Sunday was dedicationi day In Mackviile and we enter tamed quite a large crowd and had plenty left Services in morning ard afternoon Rev Buckner of Harrodsburg was here and ha did not stop until he had raised the last cent they owed this was twentyfive hundred It was a nice day and everything went off pleasantly There were quite a number ofr visitors in town Misses ifell and Cornelia Hobbs of Woodlawri have been spend ing a week with their many ii friends before going to North t Carolina where their father has been transferred from Kentucky Conference on account of his bad health They regret very muchl to leave Kentucky Mrs Porthenia Rue of Santa Rosa California his been with relatives fr 1m Friday until Mon day She came from Harrds berg hero and from here to Leb inon to make a visit to her neice Mrs Harry Brown Little Fay Turner died ofr liphtheria at her grandparents home last Thursday She wae only sick from Sunday no new cases that we know off Mr Bob Montgomery visit lug his neice Mrs Camden Mr Andrew Ferrell andl wife after spending eleven weeks here returned to their home in Brankfort last Saturday Sabe Busby who has been a soldier for six years and now stationed at New York Harbor- is at home on 10 sixty day fur lough He has enlisted again for three more years Hesas he enjoys the soldiers and haagood time Mrs Effie Black is wjth her HenryGravesIllinois Ed Slaughter and Jim Graves attended the dedication Mrs Tewmey took Her son John down to your town Mon GradedISchoolMt Ziont Echoes 1rM- iss Ruby Tylerpf Smiihville lIS visiting Miss ClandiaNeale Mr Wm Grume has been visit ingqts daughter Mrs Wm Hunter of Frankfort Mr BaiUy Pinkston has returned from a weeks visit to his sUter in Mt Zion III Mrs R A Russell and daugh ter Carrie spent Friday with her sister Mrs d Bonta MrsaSffa Taylor and little daugb t Mary were in Huston yule several days last Mrs Geo Russell aAMi t ave returned weekII 1i1 OQ1rMrs MrWUHe Wilkerspnof Stringt- own1 was here Friday buying I l cattle Price 2+ and 4 cents Mr Gep Sutherland sola to Mr John iudd three hogs for 11 Mrs John Williams entertained the following last Wednesday Mesdames S A Bayne Emma Neale Wm Eddleman Jr B R Eddleman and Misses Cludia Neale and Ruby Tyler Mrs Sue Williams and daugh ter Miss Lydia Mrs Maxwell and children of Chaplin Mrs Kate Williams and Mr J p Rays spent a very pleasant day at the home of Mr J N flays Tues day Mrs H B Bonta and daughter Miss Blanche visited Mrs S H Bishop in Springfield Tuesday and Wednesday Mr JLMooreof Springfield is spending the week with friends and relatives here Mr John Arnold and wife Mr Geo Sutherland and wife at tended the dedication of the new Christian church at Mack ville last Sunday THE TATTLERS MAUD tIr Morry Brown wife and little daughter of Hutchison Ill are guests of relatives here Miss Roxie Wakefield wbois attending school at St Cather ines spent from Friday until Monday withhe folks at home Mr I N Arnold wife and beautitul daughters attended the dedication at Mackviile Sunday Mrs Jennie Shehao and little son spent the pnst week with Mrs Kate Shewmaker Marvin and Charles Huston were here Sunday Mr Thos Reed and wife of Valley Hill Mesdames KrteV She imaker and Jennie were guests of Mr tIe L Trout man and wife Sunday Mr and Mrs E E Wake e1d entertained Monday at dinuer in a most delightful manner Miss Josie Shehan visited her brother j J R Shehan of String town Monday Miss Kathryn Wakefleid is cut again after a slight illness Miss Evelyn Royalty was in town Sunday Henry Wello of Midway visi ted at HillVlew Sunday Miss Maud Yncey of Midway was in Louisville the first of the week Mrs TB Virgin entertained at dinner Wednesday Madames lIke Irvine of ChaplIn Hal She han John Virgn and E S Goatley We have been informed that it was a mistake that Nat Bricken had both shafts broken from his buggy caused by his horse tall ing through a bridge as sfated last week Some interested per repairinga falsehood Litle Miss Eloise Arnold who has hada slight attack of mala na hasabout recovered FRIZZLE HEAD ScrUsvIIe- The farmers of this vicinity are through housing tobacco and cutting corn misiny of them are through sowing their wheat but still the industrious man cat find employment for on every hand You can hear the creak creak otbe sorghum mill andIi again you cu hear the strokes j of the sledge and napping ham mere on the turnpikes atd last and greatest is the work of con structi n on tbe two very large barns of H Ethrington andW WHyatt M D These struc tures are very Ilarge especially the one being built by Mr Eth ringtp and have furnished em ployment for quite a number of hands Mr Milton Grider and wifej and little daughter Mary Alma visited relatives here Sunday familyhaveWe regret very much of having Women al5 Well as Men FAre Made Miserable by Kidney Trouble iKidney trouble preys upon the mind dls vigoril LI 1 M disappear when the kidneys are out of order or diseased Kidney trouble has prevalentthat for a child to be born t iJ afflicted with weak kid = neys If the child urin ates ttoo often if the urine scalds the flesh or if when the child reaches an age when it should be able to control the passage it is yet afflicted with bed wetting depend upon it the cause of the difficulty is kidney trobble and the first step should be towards the treatment of these important organs This unpleasant oCthckidneyssupposeWomen men are made mis erable with kidney and bladder trouble and both rfeed the same great remedy pfSwampRootby druggists in fifty centt and one dollar sizes You mayJiave a sample bottle by mall free also pamphlet fell H M twtmfHatt Ing all about it Including mapy ot the thousands of testimonial letters received from sufferers cured In writing Dr Kilmer It Co Binghamton N Y be sure and menoalhls paper belwas I brooke 4 1200 pound steers at 83 cents alsc1 heifer to Thompson Co for2tMr R B Scruggs spent Sun day afternoon with friends at Tatham Springs Several from this place at tended the dedication services at the new Christian church att Mackville Sunday MrHughJ the home Elder J A Simms on the 26th of September Both peopleMrhave moved to their property which they recently purchased of Mr Jas A Hardin Mrs E K Bishop who has been very sick for some time we are sorry toreport no better at this writing Mr William Crouch of Danville visited his nei e Mrs Marion Keeling last week Mr Joel Keeling sold his farm- to Marion Ryan of Pulliara 121 Litsey of Pleasant Grove was in our midst one day last week looking after the interest of stock trading PuIIam Richard Carey sold his farm to J ames Robinson of VanBuren giyenJannary RR Keeling and Will Day ton swapped farms Keeling paying D ytol1 1200 difference Possession Christmas Gus Johnson has returned from Louisville where he bought- a tine stock of goods Born toi the wife of Richard Carey aboy to the wife of George Hendrix a girl to the wife of John Denis a boy to the wife of Joel Keeling a boy Lewis Nicholson sold his farm to W P Scruggs for 600 and bought a farm from George Keeling for 900 Hugh Crouch and Miss Lillie Keeling were quietly married last Sunday at the home of Rev JA Sims Dock Kays bought k hcrse for 90 I S D Royalty sold his farm to Will Parish for 500 f James Hendrix hafe returned I from Oklahoma and Texas where daughtersMr James Burkbead of Indi ana is visiting relatives here William Orouchof Danville is visiting his brother D W CouchIMr Luke Johnson of Dugans yule is visiting his daughter Mrs Frank Mays J H Goff and wife are visit lug at Lawrenceburg at thisJ- tRuel writing Foter of Springfield was out last week on business hogsfromRev Johnson is holding a series of tneetings at Prices weekIWillie Jenkins has returned to Rariton Ill where he has been for some time Wheat sowing is in full blasti at this writ tlg Marion Ryan bought ii form from J G Keeling Price 2100 PossessionJaulst 1905 Do Yon Want Sirens If you want to increaseyonrsLrengthj you rnunt add not from the physical In other words the food tbat you eat must be assimilated land dfgestdi nerves blood and tisaues j expelled from the Intestines Kodoli Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up ISIpleasantl dfgesItautsenable the system to appropriate aUili of its health and strengthgivlrg qualities Sold by all Druggists FEN WICK FrFd1 Mrs Diana Smith was in sunIdayspent last week with her broher J W Barker at Canary Mr T J Nalley of Bardstown is here this week Mis Anna Kelley has returned from Decatur ItlinoiIt Several from this place at tended the dedication ai Mack ville Sunday Mrs Mary Hines and daughter Agne3 spent Monday wilh the family Miss of C WGderIyourtowngrandmotherjatI Lenanarkersp MaryTumey htabalfW Odor at this place Mrs J C fiarmon and chi dren spent Sunday with the tam ily of J D Barker t F Dtm6clatlcCandJdat The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective coutity offlcefat the Democratiq primary hfeld in Washington county An gust 6th 1904 They are to b voted forat the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Lit ey For Co Attorney T S Mayjes County ClerkWeF 6oakeri RepsEnttieW iJ Claybj abke or SheriffJ S Oabourne Supt of Schools J W Bush ForJailerGeo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For CoronerJ M Montgomery INDIGESTIONS BACOfcD newt remedy I can preicrlbe for yoUr Ia digestion madam it Green August Rower I know olveral other physidana who pre scribe it regularly i- CIndigestion is making an awful r cord as a cause of sudden deaths It is neat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest fYou read in the papers daily of appar ently healthy and even robust men being suddenlyattacked with acute indigestion after enjoying a hearty meal and of their dying in many casea before a phyjiician could be called in fThis should be a warning to yo4who suffer with regular or periodical atacka- of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tints ol acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flowfer be lore or after their meals they woujd not have fallen a prey to such sudden seizures fAugust Flower prevents indigestipn by creating good digestion It also regulate the liver purifies the blood and tories up the entire system in a natural way CTwo sizes 250 and 750 All druggists For sale at Haydons Pharmacy Miss Lena Barker was dot Canary Saturday afternoon Miss Jennie Logsdon of this place visited her uncle Mr Ben J1Miss has been visiting at Perjyvillej has returned home anellpeallhome ot J N Bowies Mrs Sue Mock of Louisville is yisitirfg relatives at this place ConsmnptiTes Me Comfortable Incipient consumption is cured by Foleys Honey and Tat but we do not hold out false hopes Jo consumptives by claiming that it will cure thii dread disease in the advanced stagcsI but if 1 lfoleY4Hqnstops the racking cough and soothes the inflamed air passages giving them a chance to heal and even in tie advanced stages it always gives omfort and relief A A Herren of Finch Ark writes FoleyB Honey and Tar is the beat preparation for coughs and lung trouble I know that ithan cured consumption in the first stages Sold by The Red Cross Drug Stqre Hiding in Mercer Henry Briley fur whom there is a regard of 650 and his son Pete Briley for whom tth ere is SlOP reward are believed to be hiding in this connty The Brileys foully murdered i man named Pollard in Henry county on September 2 Goydfrnor Beckbam offered 500 for Tenry Briley s capture and Ienry county supplemented it with 150 atd the county also tIered the reward for the younger mau t A few uighisag the sheriff of phinnIpursued the murderers through the cliffs in the directioni t ojf this county She dI George IChinn sent Deputy Davenport ohenorth end of the CQuniy where met the sheriff ofn4et son 1be two officers learned that Briley had been sfeen to jump off a freight at Boidville lithat afternoon Acting On this the officers searched the house of a Mrs Nichols near tha place whore he had visited several theirIfied to beon the lookout for the fugitives LATER Pete riley geJIJ warns of terious trouble in the future unless thnjUgestivu sys tern is strengthened Every reader of the Leader should grasp ho ppor tuinity offered by The Red Cross Drug Store to try Mlono kt their risk Just one little out riniedybeforend you will haye a strode To Cure a Cold in One Day =T LativeBromoerutieW12 T j REAL ESTATEEDRSALIi By McElroy SB Whartori l RealIr state Dealersl SPRING IEID M 50 130 acre farm situated 7 miles from Springfieldgood dwelling 11se stock and tobacco barn Price 3000 51 220 acre farm located 0 miles from Springfield all lays well mostly in grass good dwelling and two good barns convenient both church and school Price 54250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres hmfJes from Springfield first class improve meats of every kind 8 rpom dwelling first class stock and tobacco barns good orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located mile from town nil in good state of culti vation lays weft and mostly in grass right on the pike Price 37 per acre 54 Farm of 175 acres 61 miles from Springfield on good pike First class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well and iiwell fenced 35 per acre 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pike goodi im provements three good barns nearly aU tobacco land and lays well Price 40 per acre 56 Good farm 140 acres 33f miles from Springfield all good land good house and barn well tented and watered t5 peru re 57 Fine stock farm 2fr miles from town 230 acres nearly all in grass in clover SO acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass nicJ room dwelling 2 good sokbarns good boone well at barn and cistern at bouse 300 or 400 locust post price 50 per acret58 90 acre arm 5 miles from Springfield Ideated dn the pike good land in high state of cultivation good small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acre v 59 181 acres of land 1 mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barn well fenced and watered 850 per acre 60 60 acre farm 91 miles from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn 60x80 good out buildings tide orchard 500 trees 90 acres perfectly level land all in grass Price S3000 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 21 miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 64 185 acre farm one mile from Mackville en the pike good wlI ing barn and outbuildings well fencedand watered mostly inblue was captured near Jets Station yesterday When captured he was armed with a rifle and pis tolHarrodsburg Herald foCnre a ColUnice flay Take Laxative Bromo Quinnie Tab lets All druggists refund the monej it fails to cure E W Groves gnat is on eachbox 25c PUBLIC SALE op LAND AND PERSONAL PROPERTY As Execuor of the will of the late John F Gribbens I will offer for sale to the highest and bestj 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 LT Spald ings on TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 at 10 oclock a mthe following described property A The farm containing about 104 acres with good improvements and in good state bf cultivation This farm contains some fine tobacco land Will also sell 3 cows and one cajlf 2 yearling heifers 25 hogs 1 thbtse 25 sheep 1 buggy and harness 4 road wagon farm wagon plows and plow gear and other farming imple ments 17 bushels of rye about 600 bushels of corn and house hold and kitobdn furniture If the farm is not sold it will bet rented for the year 1905 to the highest and best bidper Terms known on uay of SIE G W COOANOUGHER Executor of the will of John F Gribbens INSIDE I1W1STION lDhe NewsLeader Readers Chance for Profit Everyone Ought to Grasp this Opportunity Nes tablet aoon i 1 60acreS made t jjtomach and perfect health When there are pains or dis tress after eating head I1ch stJJ belching of Tass a rout taste in ihe mouth dizziness heaitburn specks before the eyes furred tongue sleeplessness nervous ness or backache the stotaach needs the help of Mio na Ask The Red CrosDrug Store i to show you the guarantee under which they sell Miona This valuable remedy costs you no B vnlcsftiirNtp ee iicalib ilK r grass 500 locust posts price S30 per acre frosiMackyille pIentyflewstate of cultivation Prlce83600 66 121 acres located miles from SpringEiel4nearthepIky good house and tenant house good stuck bara and tobacco barn 100 acres In grass 84500 mUesfroom dwelling good barn cistern at feneeddesrable68263 aCre farm located fi miles from Springfield near pike good 8 room dwelling good barS and other outbuildings plenty tobacco land 20 acres bottom lland lays well and mostly in grass Price 2750 per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles north of Willisbulg good 6 room dwelling firstclassprice 820 70 83 acres 21 mites from Spring field near the pike 3 room house outbuildingsS3250 71 134 acres located in Nekon county 21 miles from Maud two small houses good bariwell watered and mostly in grass 315peracre Springfield outbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price 6000 73l 70 acres three miles from Mackville good house and barn all in grass price 818 per acre r 74 acres three mUm frrm Jlackyule mostly in grass plenty tobacco land good house and barn Price 2250 tI 76 1221 acres located close to dweiItrgbarnof tobdcco land aiIm in grass price25 WUlIsburg farmWell77 106 acres 2 miles from iTackville all in grass 6 room dwelling stock barn milk house and meat house plenty of ruit of all kinds Price S23Feracre5 78 116 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhood gcod iimprovement pf wellfcitcedl Springfield Springfieldtobaccojj ares 1Svr tJ490 acres 7 mile from S rlSjf J field joh little beech t 5 crtf of bcltt lanaf12 acres of neur tevi pce J8l8r 82 115 cres 1M miles frop fri Hr fietd ion pike price f3O per acre dearJlt2Qacrein giss Prce 2500 84 100 acres 1 mIles from j1e wdlfencplenty of tobacco land 2QO 85J160 acres yrell located fWstroag land small how a 4J Mrs wellif onced acet wate etlpdcit700 V 861100 acreAMatfmil Jfr aSprihgfield good land wrtl eacd and atered Price tW 8760 acres oae mile iloll1 Booker good new 6 rookOllH sto i baja and other buildings rcfcMlLwil watered and fenced all tobacco laM S32 per acre 1t88 50 acres emI from Broker 4ro6m house good tobfteco 11eiiQ acrdsln grass all toWcco laatd 932 per ere J89 104 acre located 6 milefr from Springfield near pike good pfMdwelUng aat barn lays fenced wen price 3000 fOr tlatract 150 acre farm 1ocatdoaillef- raii Texas near pike good hWsej anq barn well watered and fencjW pri4e30 91 500 acres 2K miles from fepriBi field pntHe pike firstdass iimproye merits of every kind 500 acres ofitobacco land afl lays well 100 acres in timber 200 acres in blue graiss 5 barfis and3 tenanj iquses 921140acres WeUIlocated Z iuetand barn Price 2600 rr =r 011rTqwn Propcrty t x FrstlSs store buiJdiuf and gOsix room dwelling both in first eIes pricelowI V5t Good 6fooni dwellirig1 oiMas street Goo 5 TOO w dwelling1 Wclljocatedi and conveniently arranglfd all mojlerq iraproyemcBts Good hOuse 6 acres of itid dfUgpodpaibuildiBgs if1i lice Small dwelling on lepaLno avenue Nice o room cottage pa Per1ville pike f Snfall cottage OH west ifiifai I fe1tt a mall dweii3rg oB East MaszfS treeto k umber of lOtsfor sale onGruudy VI rginia and LebanoirAvenSie x I MGRltoJ W rtOJl 4 SprlpafieW lire IIJ tmt The first National Bank 8 SRflGF1EILD KYv g Gapffal SqOOOt t UiPlrSlndln4iVIdfPJotI S 25000O- FFICERSLL 1 I Litsey PresidenttJobn W Lewis Viceflresidenit A Mcelroy Cashier L B Cain WVssiata tQashieir x Efj Foster Book Keeper N DIKECTQRSB f LitBey J LevIs Sidney Green Fi M CampV I bell R H Edeleh H M Grundy JohnO Polin We grant every f thsafe banking Your tusi 8 ness respectfully rconsistenttWtW t L A BUSNEDLJCTi6Ni l frytothe J VWUg HiC l or young woman who would win success n life This being conceded it k of first importance to get our training a the school that stanigin tW 1 J front rankvery J Thh BRYANT O STRATTON BUSINESS COLLEOE sjNr r iSjBOOKKEEFTPslca Seviii experienced teachers 4acipt OHOlRTHAND one a specialist in his line Wlte fOta TYF EyVRIXiNC3lt beautifytbook giving testimonialsi frwii TfelLEG AFHV graduaes occupying prominemt tocwltJoAfil att over the United Statesit will be mailed to yo Fro E Sc 1s4spetthe year Students can enter at any tine THOS W DRYDEN fGEO W SCHWARTZ 1jt PRESIDENT tEOYANDTLAg f fffJJ aEEBlDm r1 j 8 Theprugfleid Moat Marketr tI1 IGE1llfljftnttyJ 11 rjt tIjtt E r cox prop I 1 SPRlNQFIELDI I rTTI7IT 2L727 Illp 11 IeJ- 4r 1 f LLPeoples Deposit Bank h IKY lbei Iwf i 4 4- tL AKJCiI r J5 itr Surplus M sS t OFFICERS Geo D Robertson Preldent I 7 1 ta Vke4t dent J A JBoulnar Cuaht s t erz jAssIatantCashler t14e OKSS p I DIRE ORSrGeo D Robertsofl J TitIGiba G- L Hayaon J WSattei T t ILttIatrons enjox every pr1vlkiiaU7eztended frenabl anti llequipfedBaiUw nmpetive d pSsitdi are lavited to writeorr t call uperOfl 41J 5 n Jc4 4Us ft ti Y DRJ I BURTON RKSIOENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED HOUT PAIN f pM1N hrPJUXGn LD XY DtrtrtWork Strictly i i 3FirltcIas OR HLAMPTON ti J rlqi vo H8 tr r q 0I WJ FGRIGSBY ATTORNEATLAW- f oyjrreopIesank 0 aPRlNGFIELD XY I J B RoBAEDS MT W FYATT RARSHYATTyi1LH Oftc jxfc to JierkiOffice f DR JH HOPPER PHYSICIAN lid SURGEON FHONESs Office Over PMke 97 Haiana Grocery 4 f r JAMES I GRAVES- PRACTICAL Iitclnicr ind Jci filer Carrji a lined Watches Clocks Id Jewdry Repa ring a Spe cialtyi t Located on Main Street oppoiiite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky DR I f TRUSTY t PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over BaYdon Barber jDental work atreasonable prices All wort guaranteed 4SPRENGIELD K- YpjoftNyMAyIfsr61 FfEiiJil OIBECTOB eANDi LICENSED EMBALMER TELEPHONE DAYcI9ENIGHT 74 SEM6FIELB KYI Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule iiow in effect on the Eord town s dSp ingfield branch railroad No 41 Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Bavdstown Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield at 63jO as m Bardstown 617 am arai own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 am J o43Leaves Louisville at 7JOam Bardstown Junction 630 am Bardstown 41 J5 am arrives Springfield 1240 pm No44Leaves Springfield a pmBardstownarrive at Louisville 545 pm onlyLeavesSprin town 8 atn Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville fcfeifouNo onlyLeavesLuisvill It Jution 650 pm B rd town 735prn arrives at Springfield 825 pm k H F RILIJ1IRYER i ONS JBl firass Unrseriess r t Lexington Ky lullJJj 4 FAsparagusFetc We employ no Agents but iell direct to theplanler J Noflpe t All parties whigthemse1ves 4i4ebtedi fo Sidney Green de ceased either by note oraC oofrafcwill please call and settle t uae at once All parties bay Lclaims against said Sidney GrxmfilL present them prop iwlj proven to us op or before iiia lt10N vembtr 1905 c Green iI a WcElro d 8idr Dr Ws- r1NIIIM r T1 fiHfiHira HN i iWinh W fifi appenlnAaoUntereatllI0 1 i i if i aidAcqUa1stnces11TOFIGSI IjI fr If M rorJ Bros grocery s Vinegars of all kinds any priceat C W Hagari fIBorn to Mr andMrs Leonard Baker on Sept 30 a SOn FOR SALE 6000 tobacco sticks at f6 fcer 1000 J F Pettus About 30 bushels of seed rye for sale Dr John Deboe 1 For good meats go to Carpen ters butcher shop He handles only the best Aunt SalliesSalt Rising bread h stiilla winner For sale only at McElroy BrosV Fresh oysters received Thurs day evening at McElroy Bros grocery i I A few dozen fruit jars left that I will sell at cost 0 W Hagari Try a package of our B6Ka tea A halfpound package for 40 qents McBlroy Bros The Method st Conference in session at Leitchfield has returned Rev JC Hoskinson to the charge at this place TAKEN trpOn my place a sow which the owner Clqiget by calling and paying charges H MONAN The latest thing 4n candi sis Hildreths driginal Velvet in 10 15 and 25 cent packages McElro Brothers Dr W FV Trusty lost a yalu ble driving mare on last Sunday from colic caused by being driven too hard He had driven the animal to New Hope Marriage licenses have been issued by countyclerk this week as follows Thos H Smith and Miss Agnes Cambroti Chas Ruby and MissMattie Gordon Alljkinds of repairing done at Goo B Taylor si shop from patching shoe to mending a bicycle He also keeps all kinds of supplies for any kind of sewing machinefJ The revival services inaugu rated at the Baptist church last J Sunday are increasing in inter est Rev Taylor is an interest jpg sp eaker and his sermons are Well received by the audience- S M Campbell made the fol lowing live sto k sales at Har rodsburg county courts day Cow pallssold at from 65 to 125 plugs 15tc25 McElroy Bros have just open ed a nice line of Olives Olive Oil Hirschs Pickles Tomato Catsup Salad Dressing and other nice things for the table Give them a callIThe new harness tory which will beirun under theifirm name of Allen Begemann will begin making harness as soon as the machinery which is arrivingcan de installed In the meantime the repair shop which is to be run in connection iis open and is ready for business William Janes arid Miss Mary Ballard a young pcftiple from Nelson county drove to the county clerks office on hst Thursday and after1 securing a license repaired to JudgeS Selec mans office where Rev Williams pronounced them husband and wife SM Campbell the auctioneer reports the sale of the faftn and persona property of Mr Dock Blandford last Saturday as fol lows The farm known as the old Blandford homestead sold to Bed Simms at 13 55peracre Stock sold only fairly well 2 year old steers bringing about 3 cents per pound and much cows selling at from 25 to 3150 The regular term of the Wash ington County Fiscal Court opened at the Curb House here ori Tuesday with Judge Litsey presiding while aitof the six magistrates being present The time up to the hour of going to press has been consumed in al lowing claims and doing other routine business iiise Agnes Cambron and Mrr Thotja Smith two popular young people of the Southwestern part pi iftK county were married at r St Rose church on Tuesday morning The groom is a young farmer and is ason of Mr Ben J Smith wjhile his bride is a daughter of Mr Ben Cambron tMr John Shewmeker an old and respected farmer of the Texas neighborhood suffered a dislocation of his shoulder while leading an unruly calf on his farm one day last week The oldmanbecame entangled in the rope and the calf threw him with such violence as to dislocate his shoulder Dr Hopper was called and set the injured member Trading in Washington connt farms has been quite active recently The following sales were made by McElrpy Whar ton the real estate dealers Sold for Will Deacon his farm near Mackville containing 306 acres for 2600 Robert Keeling was the purchaser The same firm also soli the Robert Shewmaker farm hear Battle to Will Parrott for 1750 and they sold to Will Brown of this county the old Harvey Mcllvoy place in Marion county for 6000 McElroy Wharton alsonegotiated the sale of Z P Leachmanjs farm to Mike Fitzgerald which was rp ported last week Registration The registration of voters forI the town took place on Tuesday iandhe total number of regis teredvoters is 266 which falls short of the number last earI which was 284 The figures areas follow No 8Republican 85 Democratic 50 Independent 13 No 9 Republican 21 Domo cnttic 23 Independent 2 No 10Republican 19 Demo cratic 48 Independent 5 The supplemental registration will swell the total Last year on the final count there were registered voters in the town 301rr Death of John A Simms The jmany friends of Mr J A Simms at this place were surprised and grieved to learn fcf his death on last Thurs day at Chattanooga Tennt where he had been making his home for about a year The remains were brought to this place and buried aftir funeral services at St Dominic church Mr Simms and his wife left Springfield about three years ago for OWensbbro Ky where Mr Simms engaged in business for a time and later moved to Henderson from which place they went to Chattanooga where Mr Simms was established in business at the time of his death The immediate Cause of his death was paralysis which was probably brought on by liver trouble from which the deceased had been a sufferer for severall years There were few more popular young men to grow up in Spring field than John Simms He was free hearted andienerousancl made friends readily He was the youngest son of Mr andJ Mrs Tbos W Simins atd was 39 years of age About 18 years ago he was married to MRS Alice Turner of C who Before survives leaving him amPbelISVilleII Simm had been engaged in farming and also in business in town The sympathy of many andagedthis untimely death Farm For SJle 50 acres of land on Lebanon pike t mile from town good improvements Private sale i C W STALLINGS iPER9NALf Willie Thompson left Tuesday morning 1oi iPittsburg Mr Rod P Neal and wife spent Monday in Lebanon Miss Nellie Green left Monday to attend school at Nazareth visitingherMiss Pearl Conner arrived home from Texas Saturday Mr Charles D Robertson is in Louisville to see the HorseShow Miss Elizabeth Deboe has re turned from a visit to Louisville Mrs Walter E Leachman is visiting her mother in Louisville Miss Lettie Barber of Lebanon is visiting Miss Lizzie Bos fey Mrs S B Thompson is visiting Mrs Will Curry in Louis ville r Miss Mayme Allen is visiting relatives and friends in Louis ville7 Oscar Brown of Louisville visited his brother Jjev Brown last week Mrs W E Selecman andMrs JargaretBettis wOre in Lebanoni Tuesday Mrs Fannie Grume of Booker is visiting her daughter Mrs t Hugh Stiles Mrs J L Wharton and son Ormsby returned from Louis ville Sunday r a aMrsnon is visiting her sister Mrs Clayton Stallings Mesdames William T Jaraes C and Howard B McElroV wer 1f9r in Louisville ednesdayJJ Mr F B Torlay of Savanab GaJ is here this week to visit iss Margaret Leachman Mrs James Marshall and Bes sie May of Bardstown visitedl Mrs W T McElroy Tuesday Mrs BL Litsey and laugh j ter Mrs JH Hopper were in Louisville Saturday and Sunday Mrs John W Lewis and Miss Hadgie Brown were Louisville yesterday to see t Horse Show Mrs Will Clarkon was called to Anna 111 last week to tllJI bedside of her aunt who is very i ill Rev T D Latimer will con duct a revival meeting at Pleas ant Grove beginning next Sun day Miss Mary Lewis is visiting int Lawrenceburg Frpm there sheJJ will go to Louisville for a short vvisittMrs E Carl Litsey and little daughterSara are visiting at the home of Judge WE Selec man Prof Walter Hume teacher S of Seventh Grade was taken to shisvery ill tr Pro f George Col vm and family haye taken board at Mrs Rag dales and given up house keep ing for tnepresentf tMisslast week to make her home with her daughter at Henryville nIndianaMr Thomas Clarkson will l Ia leave for RomeGity Ind to morrow f treatment for rheu matism i j Miss Veola Btown and Mr Booker McClaskey yisited at Mr IfieldII Mrs Parthenia Peters Rue of Santa Rosa Gal is visiting rela tives and friends in the county She formerly lived at Mackville Mrs Mary Weissen and daugh ter Mary Lee of Louisville spent the latter part of last week with Mrs W E Leachmanh Misses E izabeth and Josie 3 0McElroyicy were in Louisville yesterday oooo l 4 School Supplies 4 I Bring your list of school requisites here 4 4h4 We not only have the largest of every I4 thing for school work but will sayc you 4 4emoney on your purchases Wo willkgive special prices if you willI 5 4 UY the balk pf your supplies at onetinie 5so 41 1b5 seYeTexf BooKs II for alt the grades Tablets slates pencils l1 on 4 5 pens ink rulers school bags lunch t boxep etc SSS HAYDONS CORNER DRUG STORt I Iii J1 4 t ITii T fJSp Formal Opening t My stock of hats js on the exhibition atany ageiifVI h t itailored hats for general Wear V I I Mrs Kate Williams THE MILLINER to test Eyes fit and adjust Glajsses Eyes examined free C i f Prof Simpson Roberts and son Clifford who have been working on the line of sprvey of the proposed Azbell railroad are at home Misses Miranda Tucker anc Louise Settle will entertain with cobweb party Friday evening t Mr George TuckerZs att Valley Hill Dr Rodman Williams and Mr Fred VanArsdale left Saturday Owensboro where they ex pect to locate f Dr Williams will practice his profession Mr Douglas Thompson formerly of this county who iis now with the Kentucky Wag u Works at Louisville visithdrel atives here the first of the week Miss Elise Durrett who has been ill with typhoid fever at Dr M W Hyatts has recoveredI and returned to her home at Bloomfield Wednesday Her mother Mrs J R Durrett re turned with her Mr George Becremanh has uioyed his family from Lou isville into the house recently vacated by Mr John Millers family Mr Begemahn is asso ciated with Mr Allen is lbl harnessmaking business Mrs Mary Hughes who visi ed relatives here two weeks ago is at her daughters Mrs W W Ray at Lebanon and has beenl ery ill with catarrhal fever Her daughter Mrs Sue Allen and Mr Louis Hughes and at nurse passed through town on their way to Lebanon last Friday Shot at Bardstown A dispatch from Bardstown l ays Martin Roberts was fatally shot this afternoon by Charles M Greenwellj It is said the shooting is the result of an old grudge Four shots were red three of which took effect wo in vital parts of Roberts body The affair occurred phl the public square and was wit by many persons Green well is in jail Both mens homes re in the county and they areL well known Roberts has a family He has been taken too hotel and his death is hourly expected Public Sale of stock and Grain Thursday October 12 Beginning at 1 oclock pm onehalf mile east of Valley Hill on the Bloomfield pike we will offer for sale to the highest bidder the following property One bay horse 8 years old bay orse 10 years old soi rell horse years old black horse 3 years ld black mare 5 years old in oal by jack bay mare 7 years old in foal by B B Leachmans horsE 1 work mare 9 years old sorrtl mare 2 years old in foal by jack 2 work mares 10 years old 2 weanling mule colts 4 milch cows 6 extra good lOCOlb 1 yearling heifer 15 ead cTSOOlb butcher heifers yearling steers 24 good stock wes 2 good bucks 1 thoroughbred Durgc Boar18 months old oland Ubina SOW 9 pigs 2 ws and 11 shot three 150lb ock hogs a lot of nice seed heat TERMSAII spms of 10 andll under cashall over that amount a credit of 9 nionths with in rest from date S P e J B ONEAL If y hW t6rigsby j THE OPTICIAN Will beat the alton i Hotel Saturday Oct 14 j W GRIGSBYOptidan DEuRINGERf CATXItzi Zt t PUBLIC SALE Of the Residence pf Sidney Green Deceased lWe will on SATURDA OCT 2th1905 at 2 oclbckp m offer for sa1eto the highest bidder the beautiful newlO room resi deuce located on Southside of East Main street in the town of Springfield Ky This is one of the most desira ble homes in Spring being n wand up to date in every re spect Mr Green having had it built under his OjWn supervision and using nothing bi4 the very best material that money could buy This house has bath rooms bfotlv On1 first and second floors setaandIback porches 6 large closetsand carriagephouse smoke house coal hpuse and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new iron fence has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set i1 bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and rowing This is a beautiful location near graded school and a place that is compete in every respect At sathe time and place we will offer for sale the lot adjoining this property fronting on Main street 60 feet and running back to the branch about 225 feet We win aljio sell a lot or household furniture The sale will take place at the house Terms made known on day of sale For further information 1j Uon or address b A Green JG McElroy ta Administrators Sidney Green The Ori tal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat aqd lung remedy and on account of the treat l merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys Honey and Tar and refuse any substitute ofFcrea as no other preparation will give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and is safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cress DrugStore PUBLIC SALE OF FARM I will offer for sale at publjc auction on Saturday Octoberr 114tli at 10 oclock a m on the premises my farm situated about two miles north 0f Springfield between the Willisburg and Wal tons Lick turnpike The farm contains 83 acres with house barns and other iimprovements TERMS One third and balance ia one two and three years MRS AHENNESSY Deafness Cannot tieg Cures by local applications as they cannot teach the diseased portion of the ear Thefe is only one way to cure deaf ness and that is by constitutional remedies Deafness Is caused by aq inflamed condition of theraucous lin ing of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you havea rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the rusult and unless the inflammation can betaken out and this tube restored to its normal condition hear tng will be destroyed foreyer nine cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh Which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces We will giyc One flundred Collars or nyse of Deafness tcitoied by catvrd that cannot be cured bj Halls Catarrh Oure Bead for clrcalars free F J Cheney k Co TyledoO hId by DrUFllsts 15c Take Halls Fawlly pInllfor tOn tI pation I II Ji IBRINGaAYQURb riffI f m Ii f J 4D1 t ff tt t t 1 irtt1 LtI iri ro i g f + 1 1t1Irr kii TOT ftJ4 ftlKs1111 V fIr BedCCrossS Druggt 8StOftF 3 ft L1 if t1 ONLY EHIB Pfm STTmJl DRUGS USBDS V Jv 1 Prompt and Careful Atteiizftoi l1m 11- a- r v Given Prescriptions t m JtV v MB i emt aii rDay or Night d f1 l t l fIt 7 Y f tI Day Phone89rthir iltm Night Phonc106 t fifi fio z z z i iit l k- OOOQ = 00906 QOQCOOQOOOG iJ11 jtt Special Bargains 8 II t IIn BOYS I1LOTHIUI T- We a I j closed out some lots from a auctur goiiig4 j 1iout of business att 1ll tf 1rr 1 i4 OFFe f t I JI 0 regular price and We will give our customers thebeidi t d of our purchase Boys double breast kne suits rtf t if llar price 250 isale price 185 Boy double bVwat f U knee suits regular price 350 s de jlprje200i Boys f double breast knee spit regular price i4 sale pdCi f3 l t Boys double breast knee suits regular price 5 ask 1tt price 375 sizes 4 to 16 years Youths loof prut waite f siZ s14to 20 regular price 650 sale pijice 485 Youths IJ long pant suits si es 14 to 20Vregular price 6J sale priCe 450 Beside these suits we bought at a i4ret bargain we have a irge stock o fur regular line in the neirMl J shapes and cplor 8 l f I 1 Just ReceiYea a Large 1 r Stock of Boys Knee PIJIt8 fr We are showing the largest stock of Menz ne Suits and Overcoats ever shown iBtbUtoiirVtt Yo should see our stock before buy ihff We are always gIa f loshowyou ROBERTSON Bisit glJKX 06 OiOOOO OO6O6 6OO It SQi ijiiiiliViIlfWiWii trl I ISHOES i fi iV e desirei9rct 1 l joJti mind oUr fricidi L that we Kave pUt i in one of the roost I icomplete lines of l 1 l1 l Fine IBd I J r IPlainSkO t we have ever haidied fukl hySlioestosuit aft 1 1 from tht heavy 3 boot for the farmer to the Little Red Schoolhou c ln k8 r i are 11tPexclusive handlers oi the ceiebrate 1ftL j Queen QuaY E t tIr fOr ladies We guarantee price and quality oJ1 t ta f1 1RUNPY AfrI1T71E Successors to Grundy Claybrookt M Kclmttt OHN SHUCK MqEj ROY d W I 1 MctIrorWhth1oR USutalllu rflsalFsWa l4aWd f1l J SAdFire Life and TomdoJ 1struss j t i Ii J Lidio1d on- Iffjce G0IIIki t f over Peoples Bank I L- aJjtIIIEEnIsttratyou winttoJookold Thette rarnylulr UaocJ theuae Halls Halt ReneweT sad have tH the dark rich c 01 life restored to your tortr L jLTTI1TTP1 SIR c HENRY MORGAN BUCCANEER I I 4 5 ij CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY jI A th r CThtiiathrfrS for Love w i f gf Country TK GrIp tHoaor Etc ni i COMPANY I cPY1flr ii tYG WILLIHGHA1f LI it was a fritatfat impnadeace for libiaa abe pM dearly however fot y tbe MIIj1apattetlaDll CarlB Vho SM4 fear what had gone on entered pIdeed the voices of the- f u fad woaaa llied with passldn 5M May titMBfii tbe halt His quick ere toek la the situation at once He cwrrtod at JOa b lta long heavy knife s kt WMho tMyll1Caord he pulled it- 5md tbrtew It with a skill born of MK practice which made him a mas Wat tbe fane fairly at the womans mfiuWbaad Before either Morgan or- 1r i 4is warn aware of his presence V T beard tbe whistle of the heavy MMe tbnwfb tbe ah At the same aUtth aatoaile struck the bladeof Suert eieaeto the palm of the wo 1Jr aM a1 dashed It from her hand wiagtM Tebo a6d from the wall- F JIIItite vtoteace of the blow and fell- i at 3ie Bmas feet M rcei t was belplcss- WtH Ae Caribl cried Morgan ex 4y Terba that old trick of erred Ke better Now you she jL dT I have you in my power Dldst iii It Yjweiar d atM to Harry Morgan Thou j jwpea ia lay bodice1 SS asL aye If and thy lover too Ill 5S- i tHrJaHa11m froth limb and In thy prctoo r 011 GodlI0b God shrieked Mer kSS c 4M itettemlag herself against the wall abriaklmg from him with wide Ii e1ibretch 4 arms as he approached her fMercyr r kaow otthat word Wouldst ceftea 1M HaafBother weapon In thy bodice Ill looke Before abe could prevent him he seiz ed Jber cHeN at the collar with both 0 tauMfci u4 spite oi her efforts by a viee t wfesch tore tt open r JKe weapoa there he cried Ha ThAt briagc at last the color to your- pale cheek be added as the rich red- crlBMoed tie Ivory tof her neck and cbMk at this OutrageSjlelp helplshe screamed Her- Tfoterrarig high through the apartment- wifcY iBdlgnaat and terrifled appeal tIAugbedMorgantt Nat Mt jive to loverme Ho boffbe answered taking her In his area Jtercy Helpi she cried In frenzy SaU tile woman In her in arms against tbrMtrage though she knew her ap peaJhwas vain when wonder of won rs i beard a ladys voice broke upon i her ears from the other end of the be anlroarcd Morgan releas iac iec aM twrnlBg tpward the intrud SSer5 Here mr place for you How caM 5yOkeejd chosen this room- forViy elrf iwlsh fo be private Out of Oaa d thank me for your lifer I know not why you should have I de Lnia against hr will and SiSwMe better men are here answered I r tbe Frenchman staring with bold era f itti c tz1xr beautiful In her dig iI q array Baad If you keep her you must itt for her Mademoiselle he con- tiai4 baring his sword gracefully aadjNlutlng her will you have me for ywrdmpionf as gallant as If he hoi Sb a geateman and bound In honor to r KMm lady In dire peril of life And Ito luiead of another ruffian In 4la ed by her beauty and desirous to OMIM hat himself rMve me Save me she cried froia this man SnSS MM did Not realize the meaning of De IAWMBS words She only saw CtoUjererL for the present It was lcn 4 iMbipa past the hour now She wel j ManT respite her lover might 4S at any moment 1 will kill the both of you for her crktbe Frenchman You Black Dog- aad you Master Morgan Draw unless raare a coward thought to have you hanged you 5ii1oi bound shouted Morgan aaahanged you shall be but not until 1 I Mveproved m 5ur mnstfr with tiword as taIMbcr things Watch tIN woman Cartb t1ihd keep out of this i Sfrj Lay kaMon her at your peril f1Xeiibr she Is mine- SQr Iti be mine answered De Lveeaa aa itdrgan dashed at him Tbftjr engaged without hesitation and ibe rdern was filled with tbe sQund of A J A LEHER hr ttaUttr writ eII ja BiI i1 yo WIWUfM frMadyIN jss sjy Imr to ringing grating steel First pulling the Jpins from her glorious hair Mercedes They esgaged without hesuBoo shook It down around her bare thou ders and then stood fascinated Watch Ing the fencers Sh could make no movement from the wall as the negro stood at her arm For space neither of the fighters had any advantage DC Lussans skill was marvelous but he chief buccaneer wns more than his match Presently the strength and ca pacity of the older and more experienc ed swordsman began to give him slight advantage Hard pressed the Frenchman still keeping tin Inexorable guard slowly retreated up the room Both men bad been so intensely occu pied with the fierce play that they had not heard the sound of many feet out side sudden tumult In the street The keen ear of the half breed however detected that something was wrong Master he cried some one comes hear shouts In the night nlrn shot shrieks groans There The clash of armsL Lower yojor weapons sirs he cried again as Spanish war cries filled the air We aJe betrayed The enemy Is on us- InstantlyMorgnnnnd De Lussan broke awi from each other Tom rrowrj cried the buccaneer aptaiiiSAs you will returned the other- But now Mercedes staking all upon her hope lifted her voice and with trenlendous power begot by fear and hope sent ringing through the air that name which to her meant salvation Alvarado Alvaradol CHAPTER XIX highway between La Guay and Caracas was exceed ITIHE rough and difficult and at barely practicable for the stoutest wagons The road wound around the mountains for distance of perhaps twentyfive miles although as the crow flies it was not more than five miles between the two cities Between them however the tremendous ridge of mountains rose to height of nearly 10000 feet Starting from the very level of the sea the road crossed the divide through depression at an alti tude of about 0000 feet and descended thence SQme 3OdO feet to the valley In which lay Caracas This was the Joad over which Al varado and Mercedes had come and on the lower end of which they had been captured It was now barred for the young soldier by the detachment jof buccaneers under young Teach and LOlloiiols who were Instructed to hold the pass where the road crossed through or over the mountains Ow- Ing to the of the pass those fifty could hold It against thou sand It wa not probable that news of the sack of La Guayrawould reach Caracas before Morgan descended upon It but to prevent the possibility or to check any movement of troops toward the shore It Was necessary to hold that road The man who held It was In position to protect or strike either city at will It was in fact the key to the position Morgatl of course counted upon stir prising the Unfortified capital as lie had the seaport town It was the boast of the Spaniards that they need ed no walls about Caracas since nature bat provided them with the mighty rampart of the mountain range which could not be surmounted save in that one place With that one place tn rug bnccaneers possession cdtilSjnly rely upon the nU Uetan4rT or of her defenders Morgan onslaught could only be opposed rampart of blades and hearts Had there been state of war In existence It Is probable that the viceroy would have fortified und garrisoned the pass but utider present conditions nothing had bOOn lone Ass on as messengerjroin Teach In formed Morgan that 11 pass had been qplctinlearned by some bold scouting on the farther side of the mountain he was perfectly easy as to the work of the inorrowt He would tall upon the un walled town at bight and carry every thing by coup de main Fortunately for the Spaniards in this Instance It happened that there was another way of access to the valjcy of Caracas from La Guayra Directly up and over the mountain there ran narrow and difficult trail known first td the savages and afterward to wan y tCUT IT OUT flays the doctor to many of his lady patients Because he I doesnt know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the surgeons knife fiIi Thatsuch medicine exists however has been proved womenvCARDUI1 ITI CURES WOMB DISEASE H has saved the lives of thousands of weak siclk- women and has resciied thousands of others from melancholy lifetime of chronic invalidism It will cure you if you will only give ittchance Try it- Sojkl at very drug store in rcp bottles I t is a l SI s jtsublsLM la4 t QMlitlq 1 t fr a a a I I I a a a configuration a Caracas a a l a a a a J a i i s lAVE UP SUPPORTER a MOfterfarlovf = t ich1t4erowfWn8EhtaC 11 w4 bM I 4 aMs4 terflywalk JlftertaMa aJalrr uc M IiiiTI 1 I dctltiif Bmuggleta of fijastefl jil out taws Originally and until tjife Span lards mhde the wagon road It had been the only way of corcmunlcatlon be wet n thctvni towns but the path Wai ao difficult and so Uaufferous that It had bag since beep abandoned even by the classes that had first dlacov eied and travclpitlt Tlicae vagabonds had formerly kept It In such a states of repair that It was fairly passable but no work had been done on for near ly 100 years Indeed In some places the way had been designedly obliterat ed hy the Spanish gov rnment about a century since By nearly all the in habitants Its very existence had been iorgottenSIt was this trail that Alvarado de termined to ascend Tbe difficulties In his way even under the most favorable circumstances might well have appalled the stoutest hearted mountaineer In the darkness they would be in creased thousandfold Along the base of the mountain the trail was not difficult although It was pitch dark under the trees which cx cept where tbe mighty cUtIs rose sheer in the air like huge buttresses of the range covered the mountains for the whole expanse of their great altitude Alvarado made his way upward without trouble or accident at first and he made good progress for several hours in spite of darkness hadIt been long past midnight when he started and It was not until day break that he passed above the famil lay and not untrodden wjiy and en tered upon the most perilous part of his journey The gray datn revealed to him the appalling dangers he must face ITO BE coxTnorrp J j Young Man Slow Up Young man slow up The pace you are settingis killing one You may fancy that you are making stunning start in life but it is a start that will distance you in the end Dont go1 too fasttny lad Slow and sure has taken d wn more pur ses than any other racer that ever went around the track You are smoking half dozen cigars a day slow upthat means a home in twenty years Besides all tbe- glpdrags in the world never yet made a man You are takingan occasional drink with good intentions not tcr become an habitual boozer Slow up the road to hell is paved with good intentions You are winning the smiles of some silly girl by spending all you can upon her Slow upa wife won in this way is wcrse than the seven year itch because it lasts longer You are gambling a little now and then Just ttaking few chances for the fun of tho thing Slowl up suckers tare small fish and never grow to be very large but they were first nibblers You can blow yourself out of the running before the first quarter is reached by just trying to keep up with the pacemakers Contract bad habits keep foolish company listen to bad advice spend all vcu caa run in debt swell around and act the dude and youll bea failure just aSsure as effect is the result of the cause Youll have a good time for ten years and a bad time for sixty Be wise and clean and economical that life may 6e large fine and splendid to youMead County Messenger Pre iaentla1 Election will Meno utee No matter which candidate is elec ted Foleys Honev and Tar will remain the peoples fav rite remedy for coughs colds and lucipient consump tion It cures colds quickly and pro vents pneumonia A J Nusbaum Bat svllle Ind writes Suffered for AIdrnggistphysician I did not improve I thentried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses cured Sold by The Red Cross DtUg Store Travelers Rest Destroyed Last Friday fire destroyed Travelers Rest the home stead of Kentucky s first gover 17951nearcounty It was the property ofIIsaac West a great grandson the soldier statesman An at tempt to destroy a wasps nest in the attic caused the fire It was the first settlement and pre emption granted inKentucky by Virginia and was made to Isaac Shelby in 1782 Shortly after Wards he settled there having mal ried t Boonsboro Susanna H rJk From the tirst the name of Travelerss Ret was given to his home and weary travelers on that pioneer traif ever found the 1 itch s ring out and a genune Kentucky welcome Governor Shelby lived here until his death in 1820 at which time he was he only person in the state re siding on an original settlement In 1775 Isaac Shelby came to Kentucky as a surveyor and then selected this ract of land for himself The house just burned was one of the handsomest in the state and was erected in 1795 a tbo expiration Of his first term of Governor Many distinguished guests entered its doors and many historic association clustered around Travellers Rest and its destruction is a loss tc the entires ate and country fee aIe Early W r hq ta EPtt1 w 9 Mhe MrI 1jI W wa 5T PUBLIC SALE Highland View Stock Farm THE HOME OF NORYIN W1CHESTERDAREJr ALERT A sire of HighClass Winner of 20 ribbons out of Son of the Horses and Good 22 shows in 1905 Great Aller Sellers ton Oward SAnd the Former Home of Gazette 207i Aileen 207i Kor ardine 218 trial 208 i in 81 seconds Beauty pot 214f all in winning races ji in grand ircuit King Alvaro 210 Onnitaj 3 2 19 t Conqueror 2101Oymbaline 2 Highland1Maidline of NOfvin Ws Colts HaYe SoldS for 1350 Messrs Wade Richards Lebanon Kyj own a 3 year old colt by Norvin W broken since last January and has stepped a half in 113 He is a great individual and one of the greatest prospects in the State They value im at 2 500 Will again offer to the public grand and choicely bred lot of trotting and Saddle bred Horses consisting of weanlings two three and fouryear olds and some royally bred Brood Mars out of producing dams and in foal to Norvin W Cabells Lexington Will sell Cabells Lexington a grandlybred add handsome saddle stallion weight about 1300 pounds 16t hands high Sure foal getter perfect disposition a boy can handle him and a first class breeder Had a colt that sold forSt 000 and ws shipped toI England Also a select bunch of 20 head of long yearling Shorthorn Steers weight about 1000 pounds all desirable colors Will also sell some Calyea Heifers and Cows several large Work Mules from 15 to l6i hands high a good two horse wagon and farming utensils The abQve sale will be held at my farm one mile west of Lebanon Ky on the Campbellsville turnpike Wednesday October 11 1905 Beginning at 930 am TERMsTwelve months note with approved security 6 percent interest from date Notes negotiable and payable in bank All amounts under 10 cash JOHN a MTHEN JR T Capt TD English AuctioneerLebanon Ky WRITE FOR CATALOGUE Talliam Springs Mr Elisba White Sris very ill at this writing We hope to hear of his recovery soon Miss Hester Noel of Brooks ville is the guest of her sister Mrs Della Carey Our road inspector Mr Sharp bas had the bridge at this place re painted which adds very inuch to the beauty of this little village Prof Henry Wells and sister Annie of Mooresville visited their parents at this place Satur day night and Sunday Several from this place are contemplating attending the dedication at Mackville Sunday next Mr Bruncr Armstronghad a horse to die last week Cause unknown The Misses Wells gave a music party at their home here Saturday night An report a good time Music was rendered by the Tab ow band fi Protracted meeting began here Monday night October 3 Rev Purdom of East Texas is assis ting our pastor Rev Summers Everybody is inyited to attend 4SALESMrI4 Levi Satterly sold a 3year old mare to Mr Isaac Armstrong for 175 Joe Burkhead sold a mule colt to Mr Tom Brown for o5 Sea Royalty sold a calf to Merrill Pmkston and Isaac Johnson for at 2Jc Levi Satterly sold 20 bushels of seed wheat at 85c per bushel Miss Hester Noel spent Friday with Miss Addie Keeling Seyeral from this pace attended the sale of Mr K M Shew maker last Thursday There was a large crowd attended and everything sold well The thresher iiS in thifi neigh borhood now and nearly eveiy body is preparing to SQW their wheat Jutting corn and sor ghum is the order of the day A number of young folks met at the home of Mr Alfred Snider Thursday evening and spent a jolly time fr Mr Oscar Shirley eutertained a large number of friends at his beautiful home Friday night wifeIwelcome quests of Mr and Mrs Merrell Pinkston Sunday Mr Btuner Armstrong and family have moved in their new residenceVlhat he has just com pleteUI As some of your correspond dents bate daficribed their pillages and oYnlI will try and bring Tatham into ranks with all the resti Well Tatham isnt a very 1are town has only about 30 inhabitants but we cap boast of one the best country stores in the county a Baptist church with services every second and fourth Sunday a fine school a tunnel mill that keeps the millers busy to supply tbe people with flour and meal a good physician and a fine hotel with a mineral sting near by where people from this and other states flock to drink of its wonderful healing waters I am incline to think that this is as fine a summer re sort as can be found m the country And nowI will ring off and leave space for some other place to be represented in the newsy columns of the News Leader dng ding Fal Nol Necessary You may be just as skeptical and pessimistic you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether you cat or not YOU can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will digcst it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but euro Indigestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousandssome had faithandsome didnt Kodol will cure yon if medi clne can cure you vhcther you have faith iu it or not Sold by all Druggists Got tthe Money She is the finest girl in all the world said W H Kennedy the aged Iowa farmer as he paid over 1000 in cash to the lawyers of Miss Scythian Ferguson the Bardstown Ky girl who has just won a suit for that amount in the Federal Court at this place for breech of promise Kennedy being the defendants ys a Council Bluff Iowa spe AersFor asthma weak throats weak Ilungs consumption take Ayers Cherry Pect- oralCherry Pectoral-Always keep a bottle of it in the house Ve have been saying this for 60 years and so have the doctors I hue used Tel Cbtrrjr Pectoral In my family for It Is the be troeaiclne la the 40lear for all throat said troubles Mjw SoE NOEcaOM WalU1 m SIMS lie lie JaATKRCtX AU 4inRtta forwelLMs TheLungswaot AIdnstvr wIffiAsr- 7 IrSt tt t J it IFill Your COAL HoUsBajniNow is the tirne to save money iy Jlaying in youltinteit 1 supply of coal and we can offer your iinau ements in the 1 way of prices on large quantities J L u Our Bmrr y Trade P f i fII l t r Hs been tremendous tbis sumiinc and we7 1iijtf 2 V have plenty of fine vehicles left iron which you nY mk a Selection 1 riI 5 s tfrfr frII Remember We Lea4 t L As dealers in farming impleni nfsWt ri leJfthe genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickpi sQSt bker u and ChampIon Jlnrm Wagons and the best drills rniSd g seeders on the market tPage and ElwoQ ield Fencing and Gasolinel Enj Jjt f J V gines all sizes v m i McClure 8 Wells f r- j 4L1 cial Miss Ferguson left for Kentucky Tuesday afternoon i Miss Ferguson is not from Bardstown or vicinity Every effort to llocate her or find out about her has failed El Echo TO CCATALBH SDFFERLRS Hyomel Guaranteed fo Cure by The Red Cross Drug Store or Money Refunded The popularity and increase in the sales of Hyoinei are unique in the annals of medicine Such astonishing cures haye been made by this remedy that the proprietors have authorized The Red Cross Drug Store to sell every package of Hyomei under an absolute1 guarantee that iI will cure catarrh If it does not the purchaser can nave his mopey refunded by The Eted Cross Drug SteThe complete Hyomei outfit costs but 1 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei Them haler lastsa lifetime and if one bottle does not cure anextra bottle of Hyomei can be obtained for CO cents It is the mos economical all remedies adver tised forthe cure of catarrh and is the only one that follows na treatingdiseases gans Breathe through the inhaler For a few miuutes four times a day and your catarrh is cured Thats all If not cured The Red Cruss Drug Store will refuud your moneyw Thieves Steal Aidrcws Money Only his wifes caution pe vented Dr T T Andrews a prominent druggist of St Louis losing the whole of a fat wad containing 1600 that he won on leather Royal at the race track Wednesday Thieves entered his rooms at 202 Guthrio street early Thursday ujorniqg and re moved 459 from under his pil Ilow while hejSlept Neither Mr nor Mrs Andrews were disturbed and the loss not discovered until they arose in the mcrnng Dr Andrews wagered 100 on Ratber Royol at 15 to 1 at Churchill Downs W dnesdayand won His wife suggested that he should put his winnings fn some place of safety and iollow ing her suggestion he locked 1150 of it securely in a safe The balance he placel under his pillwat night He says that when be was cashing his ticket called for 1600 he noticed that he was observed by two white men And later on his way home be saw that tjiesemen were fellow passengers wih him He believes that they traced him to his rooms aLd t f reeled an ejitraicet during the riighf The neatness of the jrbwould indicate that they were practiced criininal1who have probably come td Louisville for the races They missed a costly diamond rjng that was with the money under thd pillow Herald i uGure a COli In vnadaTc Take Laxative Bromo Qulonle Tab lets All druggists refund tile money it fails to cure E W Groves jt at Is on eacbbox 25c r 171 i aOcl Kentuckys Great Troil11 LEXINGTON OCTOBER 314 1L Webers Famous Band G REATC- of t v jjy 0r T LaI O af AT lEXtHGT N i r JIi IJ 21000 Futurity Oct 3 Great 204 Pace Oct 7 F 5000 nsyIvaniaOd 5 3000Walnut HaflCupOct9 I ff 3OOO McDowell Stakes Oct JIIJ ONE OR MORE ATA 1C K DAILY jrr Half Fare on All Railroads c s i t Kansas City Southern Railway u Straight M the Crow FIlM V trl n KANSAS CITY TO tHE aULJ PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF P CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS LENGTH Along ItJi line are the flnestlsndaultcdforgrowlngsmallKrfclHcoralMj ji cotton for commercial apple anqjwftch orchards for other fruits Md be f J Ties for commercial cantelonpc potato tomato and general trek anMt orapgar cane and rice cultivation for merchantable timber for zWihorses mules cattle hogs sheep poultry and Angora goats Writs for InfermallM 0 etrnlRt FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS Colony locations Improted Farms Mlnwaf Lan4 lics LaMe Mrf TtIaIIiIrItI Laads and tar copies of Current Events BuehMM fM I rinl Ia MA- Jlln took K S Frul leek pjCheap roundtrip T homeaeekers tlckeV on sale first and tkl 4Ta =dn l dese uonth TJiE SHORT UNC TO THE LAND OF FULFILLMENTI to XOZZX1 Tray r si 4d II LWAZ jt n JCamaMCityXo XiaMuiCHr 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