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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r 7 EvI I lif 0 t 1 r = XII o 4r t r SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY OCTOBER 12 1905 ii rooirYnit If r Ji It 1 3f 3 r MD HXxppx BB THOMPSON Jr JBt A Thor 80n UNDERTAKERS k HDEMAlMERS Luirt t t I I Y rvy 1n ttook alt kinds of Fnnera PHONE 53 r z lf1 E 5 pR DIRECTORY I c4 IPJUNGiriELD county seat of WaisJiHiftoti CoHty5S essoutIr 59 Miles from t tat o Wiito J L4oiisyiittO Birdstovrn branch of l Lowisyille aad Nashville railroad in jtfamtaKiipd agricultural district L 7 Two aiMtelegrapk and telephone c oftcelJlo r mills lUa1 er cI fiIiIleStCXpceH of jkril PopuationllOO population sintnty 15000 JtepctsentatiTciu Congress Hon D L Smith HoigenTlUc Ky r3t re emtJitive iin Kentucky Legis 1attre Hon W DClaybtooke in State Senate Honr Xeprtacfttative Lancaster Lebanon Kyv Harry wLRtyiIrc1ory t CIRCUIT COURT CUcwUCoart begins pa the fourth I1uy in February May and Octc Mc I H ThHrman Judg Commonwealth Ate r L I Durham I 1y Campbell Clerk ll4M G I eachmtB Master ommlas sc r rv QUARTERN COURT I rterfreottrt the d on the third r j lko iaday ii eack jaoflth jI S I ltseyJhhdgeSt j COUNTY COURT contCAAlrtaeetsOll the fourth I Monday hi ech mWth BI I Usey Judge WT Booker Countv Clerk VP r T S Maycs County Attorney f iE eoge ctlett3aiie CJ rDIyroCroake Ishai Sbeif dSkineyI CX H Mulli can l DePuUwti11 riZ Xuters I tjes F Moore County Surveyor J I Royalty Assessor P O Bryan Deputy Robert SOC Treasurer Jontgoaiery CoronereofEiisbsSuptSiW tiJ POSprlngfleia CITY COURTIllh t t JaMes R Noe Police Judge John Grace Mirshil swii r JUSTICE COU1Tctice Courts arc held in January r itt OctoberJj April July and I i t curch DirectorYi i t METHODIST CHURCH cvJ G HoBkinson Pastor Ser p and Third Sundays ices on the First in each month at 11 a mand 730 pic Sunday School every Sunday atlOani Prayer meeting every Wednesdays tight CATHOWCCHURCK i j Henne sav Pastor Ser 4 ReviPP Sundayat a and 10 oclock Ttces every Scrvices at St Rcee same hours fmjBi t v RISTIAN CHURCH Rev alden Pastor Service ecollc1 aBd lou kunday in each J a30lth f PKKSBKTERIAN CHURCH c ReV rD I aUmerr Pastor l f ath 11 amJ- MLat Sunday Jr cinE every 00 fJf 7 psa Sunday echool every snIy St 10 L Prayer xneetInge eyary ThursdaY evening at 7 o 13kt ttI BAPTIST CHURCH II Rev WmfearriBon Williams Pastor Sunday at 11 alni l Preachtaff veryi 1iafdi4 5 pm Sunday School very Jlunday at930 an Prayer meeting every Tawday evening at 745 oclock Fraternal Orders i 0 ll lAM LOPGK Springfleid lodge 050 meet first and third Monday alnack month- WashmsftoaR A Chapter No 57 meat every second Tuesday 1rLJI field Council No32 speetsoa I VAcAnJtseettt XKIQKTS of Tuc MIY ilii Wc EeaY in each zion 1 FOLErS1 rIIDIEY GORE Wil1canOaasofLdeys BJaaaerc1iteaM i beyond the twtck of medicine JIll nrn ur TO DIlL I Y1r1lalaL n 1to 5 w I rt rtwMtBttraty wjrwd we tsa 15 C nto And 10 i Ilteb7tledCross Pstorefab r 1 iXliE N13fJT S=LE DERq i tldVol rfrfci SS fffSraOSS 1iUfi mf fiM J 1 iiI1A ROUD OF TflLK lsA SOif tfarl Times J tByMrs Solon H Reese Well wife Ive tried the best 1r could t To earn a living on the farm But times are growing worse and worse And now it gives aJ arm A man may work from morn till night And never never shirk But theres not acent of money For the man who does the work Dont stay on the farm love Ive told you long agoITheres nothing in the farm now For ttie man who works the row Our trops are good our lands product Thats not the reason why We never have any money And hard times is the cry But the rulers of our country Have put prices down so low That we raise our cotton now For six cents and sell it at four MAhd wife I think of good old days In the years that have gone by When there was plenty everywhere And there was no cause to sigh But ahi since then how times have changed Gets worse and worse each year When we look into the future 0 who can help but fear Hove the farm for wife you knowj Twas there that I w raised My father was a happy man Those good old days be praised So Ill stay again and try my dear To run the plow and hoe nut wife I am determined To let the cotton go Then stay on the farm love Fortthat is what ypu know ve told you all the time To let this cotton raising go Let your farm be selfsupporting And my dear keep out of debt And I think you soon will see Theres money in farming yet EFpRM X NEEDEDSpeak ing of the growing evil of bribery at elections an old resi eii1 of the county remarked he other day Its appalling o one to stop and think what the worlds coming to when the extent of this bribery and cor ruption at elections is consid red Why its gotten to be the case now that the first thing a candidate has to consider whqn e enters a race for office is how much money he will have to spend pr how much his opponent will use The small towns andI ountrydistricth are getting to beI just as bad as the large cities in that respect too and the floater is becoming an important factor in evbry election I can remem ber when in Washington county the number of men who would sell their vote at an election was very small in fact they could be named over and were of openly as being odd chaaacters Now the floater is a serious element io be reckoned with in every election rn this county the fact has been recognized for several years that it is the candidate who succeeds in buying the floating vote who wins The antibribery platform adopted by the Republican convention of this county is to be ommendedandI beleivein the long run will prove a winner Theres hound to a be reform in the corrupt methods of the pres nt day elections and IbqeiveJ he day is not farf distant fojr it- o appear L jIw Z ISIT TIlE CITY Speaking floaters it is reported by their neighbors that certain weUk own characters of the county whose political affiliations always regarded as a more or less purchasable commodity are seeking broader and more lucre tive fields It is said that quite a bunch of them went to Louis vile on the eve of the recent registration in that city and that IImainor to take another trip to the city so as to be in on time for election day The chances look rather slim for the floater to do much business at the coming election in this coynty and he is acting wisely intt eeki g other fields m EGISTUATIONWe underI stand that there are quite a number ofciiijeBsofthe town jl who have awakened to the fact that they Jailed to go to tbepoifcj j and rster on the day Jiefc spat IIiL4A i for that purpose The law pro vides a way for those voters whc were absent from home or ill tc register by appearing before the whoIof his vote unless the city council sees fit to set a day for a sup plemental registration for those who were left out We heard of one good citizen and housekeeper who did not register because as lie said he already had a certificate which he got a year ago This registration business maybe all right and necessary in llarge cities but we believe for country tows its an unnecesS- ary piece of redtape and a nuis ance In a town the size of Springfield every voter is known to some one if not all of the elec tion officers and it would be a hard matter for an illegal vote to be slipped in Its an expense which small towns could well be spared to Core for Caw All surface canr r3are now known to be curable by Buck lens Arnica Salvo JES Walters of Duffield Va writes I had a cancer on my lip for yearsf that seemed incurable till Burklens Arnica Salve healed it and now it is perfectly Well Guaranteed cure for cuts ard burns 25c at Haydbns phar acy LclanoB WeMinqs Mr John S Matling and Miss Mary Lizzie Mattingly of aChicago this county were mar rid at Lebanon Sept 30 The room is a son of Mrs Madgo Brady of Chicagoand a brother of Mrs Thomas Bartlett of this city Mr Z Williamson a capitalist of Parsons Kansas was married in this city Monday to Mists Loula Schiedler of Lebanon The groom is 61 years of age and his marriage is his second matrimonial venture His bride is 22 years old of German parentage and made her home at the Bob bitt hotel Mr Henry Clarkson of Casey county and Miss Lethe L Brown of the Rush Branch vicinity were tnarried at the residence of Mr George Ellis in Casey county 1 yesterday The groom is 18 and his bride 10 years of age The marriage of Mr W L Newton of Taylor county to Mrs Alethia J Hardiman was solemnized at the residence of the bride near New Mark t Wednesday The event was the second marriage of tlje groom who is 61 years old and the third marriage of his bride who is 57 Mm Cannot teg Corel t by local applications as they cannot teach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies Ddafoesa Is caused byan inflamed condition of the mucous lin lng of the Eustachian T beVhen this tube is inflamed you havea rumb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely cbjed Deafness is the rusult and unless the inflammation calf be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hear ting will be destroyed forever nine caies out of ten are caused by Catarrh which i8 nothing but an inflamed condition of he mucous surfaces We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by catarrd that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney d Co Toledo O Sold by Druirgists 76c Take Halls Family PillS for consti pation Doq and tat Story Mrs Mary Kimmoch of 654 Third treet has a dug and cat that play together eat together and live in harmonious harmony entirely forgetful of the tteud that exists between their fami DogIorder and plays the Good Samaritan for Mrs Cat They Hve gether in the rear yard theIprivilege but is frequently un able to avail herself of th0 opportunity because the kitchen door is clofed Then behold Mr D jg come to the rescue in this manner I- Mra Cat atida at the closed screen floor meowing for someone to let her in Mr Dog hjears rushes up to help her puns open the door with his stronger paws and holds iit while she enters Then he goes oh about his play or sleep Strange to say MrI Dog himself has never shown a disposition to enter the sacred confines of the kitchen seeming lly being content if he can per form this unselfish service for Mrs Cat Louisville Herald To Tobacco Shippers We wish to state to QUI friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connected directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware house company We conduct a Strictly Inde pendent Toba co Warehouse Commission business C A BRIDGES Co Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Lonisville Ky 406t ResidenceBurned The Home of Mr Lytle Kays Near Town with Contents Totally Destroyed The resi enceofMr Lytle Kays on the Perryville pilrec abput a half mile from the townI limits was totally destroyed bytt fire on last Sunday night at about half past ten oclock Mr Kays who was alone in the housett was awakened just in time too escape the flames and scarcely j anything was saved from thetj bouseaAt about 1030 oclock sonfe jh men were passing the Kuys home when they noticed the rear part of the house to be in flames They knocked on the door and aroused Mr Kays who had r tired So quickly did the firer that Mr Kaysprogress hadhjt barely time to escape with hisa clothes and a few other articles when the roof fell in and the flimes had done their work The house was a five room cottage and was almost new It was valued at 1000 and was insured t for 600 Mr Kays also cfrrjed 200 insurance on the contents Only a week ago Mr Kays was offered 1500 for his hause andt lot which he declined f The origin of the fireiis not i known for certain but His j thought to have started from i the kitchen stove as Mr Kaysh t had built a small fire to cook supper but thought it was alL safe when he retired Prominent Trainman The many friends of G H Hausan I Engineer L E W K R at present JivtnEfln Lima 0 will be pleased totj know of his recovery from threatened t kidney disease He says rwas cured by using Foleya Kidney Cure which I recommend to all especially to trainmen who art usually similarly afflicted Sold by The Ted cros eDrugA Scrappy Rooster As a result of an attack by a vicious rooster Master Clarence t Hill the seven year old son ofp Mr and Mrs G Hill was bad ly scratched on the face and about the bead last Saturday The rooster which was a young one of thePlymouth Rock stock has for sometime past shown a disposition to fight anyone who would come in the back yardI Saturday as Master Clarence passed through the yard paying t no attention to the chicken the attack was made The rpo ter has since been sold Lebanon Enterprises AYtrs t To be sure you are growingt old But why let everybodytt see it in your gray hairaKeep your hair dark and rich and postpone age IIf you will Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of i youth Sold for 00 years lam over y and I have a thick gIpsy head or hair which a wonder to every whe se It An not a Itn 1falr or XIL ec a bMthi J OAnJt Ii well MM W4rttfoi White Hair I Tl Train The training stable of Mack I Hughes is full of a lot of good romi1nentpast season have been sent to Mr Hughes by outof town par ties to winter Among the late arrivals is a sixyearold stallion by Chester Dare owned by Bev erly lleach man of Springfield that was prominent among the winners during the fair circuit A mare belonging to Bud Jamesj that was shown at Danville Hustonville Lancaster and other prominent fdirsind a three year old mare belonging to Advocate Harris of Lexington KeSamuelI Haw to Get Bid are often frustrated by sudden breakdown due to dyspepsia or constipation Brace up and take Dr Kings New Life Pills They takeout the materials which are cloggirg your energies and giye you a new start Cure headache and dizziness too At Haydons Pharmacy 25c guaranteed lhroat tilt Monday morning at 2 oclock Jim Depth whd lives bel w the distilleiy was awakened by the continuous barking of his watch dog IJe got up to investigate and heard groans Goided by the noise he walked to the edge of the railroad and found Jin Bradahiw colored lying near the rails with a terrible wound n his bead and a deep gash in his throat He carritdhiminto is home und summoned medical id Itwas at first thought head been struck by a train but the character of his wounds woud indicate that ho was knocked in the head and slashed Lh a knife At the hour of our going to press he hadlnot revived sutfici niljto ell huw e gothurt Harrodsbiirg Her id IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY The peculiar Lancniute anti OiL Cue zomsof the People Of the strange scenes and customs of the Basque country a traveler writes VI was struck by the way the wow u walked and carried themselves A tat old woman with a huge tray on her heatfAvnlked along at a swinging pace shouting her wares meanwhile at the o of hbr voice saw a woman car ryiug on her head first of nl a large ray of fruit ltd size can be imagined when I tell jou that It was afterward her stall On the top of this were a basket of washing and a big umbrella to be nstd to cover the stall Then In her left hand she carrletl a supple nieutaryl stall and by the other she led a little child which could just reach the mothers hanf by holding Its own up its high ns it could stretch 4j was waiting once ln little way side inn in the village of Ascaiu when saw an old lady followed by two great fiit white plga They all three waddled over to the village pump mid procuring some water In a pull the old lady proceeded to wash her charges She cleaned them most as siduously cyos ears tail buck hind quarter anil feet There Is a dignity of carriage about ulll the women In this country I fan leti It might be due to the fact that formerly before the Code Napoleon came Into operation the law obliged the firstborn whether boy or girl to inherit the patrimony and continue the head of the family the husband taking the wifes name when the inheritor was woman thus giving the woman a erfect equality from hfer birth The matrons are not less beautiful than the ydunger women Quite unlike any other language Is that of the Basques Although when hearing the people talk a Spanish sound seems to be occasionally emitted It is not really nt all like Spanish I was amused to find that no Is In Basque and when I asked what yea I thought at first the answer was naVwbich would have been very curt ous but It turned out to bd ha with the softly pronounced THE SACRED BO TREE Oae of the 3Io f Wonderful Natural Growth Ever ICxioxrn In October 1887 the sacred bo tree 4t that time supposed to be the oldest living vegetable monument on the earths surface was uprooted and de slroyed by a cyclone which swept over the Island of Ceylon The oldest writ ten description of time sacred ho tree now Ju existence Is that by thecele rated Chinese historian Ifa lllau who visited the island and the sacred ree in the year 414 X IX According tg this learned Chinaman the tree was that time 70l years old having been planted in the year 2ss before our era by King Dcvinlplatlssa As soon as It was known through out the Island that the tree bad been destroyed by the fury of the elements great crowds tit mourner gathered round Its sacred remains and held regular funeral services for tro or three weeks After the Season of mourning was over the tree was cut Into proper lengths each piece wrapped separately In white cloth and cremated with the same funeral rItea which would have been given a mem her of the royal family So perished the sacred be tree Sc the toot wmaerful aAtural growth Dow to tM irorldA tJiMwltkili hIM- JJeen Jpe4 4slly Dem tstal nott 17 bporlf fe 2tT5 rearm lekiMi CMrt f October county court was one of the largest attended in a- illong time and while there much on the market but small portions of it changed hand Auctioneer Estes sold pair of mules for 252 1 mare and colt 76 one 2 year old horse 80 The Vaacleave farm of 272 acres near St Mary was pur chased by A Vancleave at 2330 per acre E N Hundley purchased 100 acres on Danville pike at SiO per acre A bunch of cattle average weight 740 lbAhands at prices from 60 to 100 Enterprise A Pleasure to XII INo Pill iii as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Hirers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicae ladies and weak people enjoy their cleansipg effect while strong people say they are the best liver pUs sold Sold by all Druggists To Break I The Will Oliver Grlbhen Flies Suit fo Have His Fathers Will Set Aside Oliver Gri bens has throughii his attorneys W C McChfird and John Lewis filed suit in Cir cuit Court asking the court to set aside the instrument probated in the County Court as the last 3willandbens deceased The simple allegation is made that itis notthe a last true will and testament of J P Gribbens Geo W Coca isnougher istheto restran him horn selling the as property of the deceased or tot otherwise proceeding to carry out theprovisions of the willHMrJ F Gribbens a well known citizen of the county lied recently of typhoid f vera tiHeone son Oliver Gribbens a hndN by a former marriage During his last illness Mr Gribbens sent for his attorney W F Grigsbyin and had his will drawn In tlitsl instrument he leaves his son Oliver a mare and 500 in cashb to be paid out of his estate The remainder of hs property bo bA teal and personal he directs shall to to his wife Annie The propL erty con lstsof a farm of 101 acres of land which is worth from 30 to 35 per acre and on which there is an indebtedness of about 1000 There is also some pera sonal property such as live stock and farming implements Although the grounds of contest i are not set out in the petition it is understood that it will be claimed that at the time the will was written that Mr Gribbens h was mentally incapacitated by In reason of his illness The case will come up fot trialllJ1t the OctJ tober term ot court Faiirftl IccssrTtYou may be just as skeptical and pessimistic as you please Kodpl will digest what yon eat whether you eat or not You caji putyour food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach itto cant hIp but euro Indigestion and Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousands some had faith and somec didnt Kodol will cure yoa if mcdlb clrio can cure you whether you have DrugIinWilliamThe physical condition of Wittl York confined in the IIJiamBthis county charged with the killing of his brother James a R York Sr during the fair iso improving to some extent For some weeks after he was brought j to this city his condition wu S such that many thought he would not live to be tried atthea special term set for the 30th fnc this month But Iris apjptite has improyed and he eats twIceS as much as at first and a greater variety of Jfood He still keeps icot fpr the greater part Jtj the time but the jailer reportsit that he wr stronger and hit aer D yous condition is much imprt ye U his Aude f NWL lbcdacuny ati atmiIc Btro QIt T4 tI- le In 4gi tarefuad the aoosy- jtIIi to cure E W Groves 4 gxat tsOnichbXe 15 j IJLl iL1 SlBS r iiJi I rJi I t t Air Master f i III 1 of Hee Ilth l Jy JJ ES 01GT Tieret Iiia quality in Royil r V I Baking Powder which pro- r motes digestion This pebii f J Iyi tIliaritj of Royall Has been i 09rit T wf noted by physicians and i 4 ff4 they accordingly use and tt recommend it exclusively t fIiPOWDER HEW YOM t Ir S jj 3 3H I I iorLOGJIEI 55i fQfi t 1 s1ioIIjmH- r 5i 1 I iiIJ giMSJMM SMg u tIMi LEWISMANGET Mr andMrs John W Lewis have announced the engagement of their daugh ter Miss Mary Avritt Lewis to Mr Frederick Manget of Lou isville The wedding will be a quiet home affair and will be olemnized at the Lewis homejat this place on Saturday October 28Tbe brideto be is one of fields most attractive young ladies and is popular with large qiice and as the Courier Journal in giving an account of the wedding says Miss Lewis almost as well known in Lou vile as she is atther6wa home she has made frequent visits her aunt and cousin Mrs Samuel A rittand Mrs Brainarfll Lemon and to Miss Annie Long She is a most harming young girl and will dd another name to the attrac ve youngmatrons ofLouisvilh r Manget is a fine young busi ness man who has been in Lou isvilfe for the past four years but whose home was originally SL Louis COURT DAYSIt has often een a cause of inquiry as to the of County Court Day n exchange offers this explana tion of the origin of the day ike nearly eveiy other fixed custom in Kentucky court day gatherings are of Virginia origin and date back to the good old colony times when werunder king and our Virginia ances tors were wont to consider attendance upon the monthly meet ings of the county courtas a boonden duty which na good citizen Wuuld bo justified in ne gleciinjr no matter whether head any business there or not Kentucky from immemorial mes nea yeverYbodr tthe male persuasion has been in the habit of going to town on county ourt day They go because they have always from boyhood attended court and became their fathers and grandfathers and greatgrandfathers and treat greatgrandfathers always did sbefore them Itiis a CUB rn which nobody in particular originated but which always existed among our Virginia an yearbeforeRevolutionary war SAUNDERS Themany frJends Springfield of Dr Miles aun ders for many years pastor of e Presbyterian church at tAi place will be interested to learn that he has recently undergone surgical operation for cataract f the eyes andthatit is beleiVed thathis sight will be restored to him For several yearil Dr Sauhder has Suffered from failing eyesight which resulted few weeks ago in total bliad ess An qperatioa was de4er milled on and hews taken tot Josephs Infirmary Lt uw ville where Dr Maury Uy operated on his eyei The opera on was entirely i cceMfal and iU thought that in a shortiitr gaunders will be able to iae eYMapin iwadto rnzs has Work 8 spreftcUfit the Gocpei the na people iii- ts ilda of tIe Statea Jfon Iio1 TELEPHONE The new tele phone line which is beingeon ftlPTIO IIA Yl rot J if t structed from Sprimffieid to Mooresville s beda abovi com Ii Iii pleted to the latter pteoe sad f lthe construction gang hem ijmoved camp from iYAlky Hill io Mooresville The line iisau r stantially constructed and prom 4 f ises to give good lY1CefrQla this place to Moored vilte MaiidL and all intermediate peiai Lt isthe intention oft Telepltoe ti 2 Company to continue tA wort J OfConstructingnew1itbroegh ii Tout the coun4utii the entire county is covered Ad tbe people F gIvens firstclass servicet LMtbfTAin the butcher b gineMr of F T Cox 4bCb to Mr 1WU1 Moran and Mr Morans sol JasMorjan Jr will lookafter his interests in she b wi eM The businefee has proven a perous one and we have BO subt J will con nv to cow iinpILS larity tinder the new oerwhi 1WHAT SHE pmri De Last Mmale ThX Tims5r T fYdNarDrdag the Last llheees e Tso 1 Thomas alUKHifk he WM Mtt at time Waponsclowufr dUr3ia he bar Ijr noticed the meinbcrst elJtIII taijr k they caiuc and west at the keMk 7IBut one mornlnff he nccaai W iMiliiit1 ier I1jHe made little jokes nrHh s1rtar Iand his sons and talked a Mt iIIf White moUUtala kptM At JB Vctoe J1J he seemed tired Tbt Hfar ill jbte jfautoblogrMiiIiy Mya tIt he UL tete 1j a dreamy state and tiM r ip hfai r1self to say IQ wIfe te a rasiaiai ecstatic voice 4 I bare bad a bcHtJrtI Itbeautiful vtohNtT Then lie drifted eL tsil c Ills wllethcMllttMl iNii te itiwent OWB3ttirS tO hNkdMM t Cftfct 1trestbells tobe wed hi wmmmlmg the ffamily to meals am4 heeatsee of wriIllness they bad merer ha r th house yow because he mmn 4 much better sbe played lla M tie bugle call that eae tote herhtojl Do yow kaejr whit 70 have Waf elt asked e4lt ktiaiHr Willav the call that Is im m over he MJfea of lCSd IWnShe rushed hack to MM War d played tiw call apr Ta oax A laftaf plate above thesa JUHrfrard tfound that this wac jr fck he s dices signal to riee So it had ekaaeii iW M ile Theodore Telme i4 iII bad been yboie e Siam sd l swrreetleYks Ctucs- iiaiier f What Is tht eflrrMt eater sib eye MMiated to tlw Mtar d sItJlt q4IN6 wM b 3d ufA htack cat or MM kao101 as 5 bls eat =w aa y WW leave blue 571S II raa are JMfnrTWarr ss ef x fawv c i uMMt MVSS sM 1 smoie iais J d That cost lMII fNIr s4 imtew mtimto Med tko pest Why t 71tiMrtr Do you think Mft t isbrs r r U lr AM w tM t IIcmL IIMII rMt psttIsr 4bMIt bet l bs a utts IrM t- ettIrOis 14j1w5k to drive jo aoa Will yM wsflt this bbiw to be safer C rtatebr J aaldj the doaJn wai i5t7 ffii a resxisr Isd7 as loa aw rare bees bat Mt sf ay ttdttfr asked Mr Gr s aazIou7 ud lor tbe toiith timo Ite dealer aaewMd aa air of refloc GilL Well then Is one tfctof that be has lwa71l appeared to be CrUd of ever IIIncI got hiso he admitted eon cientioiuly It teem M lf h8 jseared to death for tear some OM Whoar aed be DOt h Btifbt say f i rr t1AYAMINAPVANOLt 1 t f l PIJ t i Ilaid L iilterj cf feeds J irtlitrff Mit c M liberal y p2ilr1t t Nks YpIct 3 pstM t L fIFI 1257 JIko4 t r 1t 50 THURSDAY OCT S I90J5 ji TIM Fp rth Kentucky State 9 JPJhp iItfCoqDton coo JE ydsttbeGaiHoueinLOU JiUi1 Ufdaj with sijrhun i dr+dcUkytiM from all over the BteU prent This gathering w rwittlt ija great good to F ths welfare of ithi State i J Attorney Gtoftral Hays made t j Bioiiott before the United States otbr tha advance i fcofth cue of James B i j i1tI Wrat aid the Chief Justice took ib Baoticm under adiBe r t fl TAL OFA RAILWAY J A1IMH PftMieiifers Alton f 1 tLiDC Wont Stop For MHOUIIOOUITTS l GOOD 8H7ICK IId s ipriagi Me Xi a Wk1atlig- sJf MMtM Wkere Ft Trmlmm Da Net it S It Pat ea a Aiiteiaebll JIae t Ixdepedeaee Per Skep V M Mkcr Tewa May Make the Jb erleat IThe awtoobIIe as a common car- r rift IB cocupctitlou with the railway traIn or rather llJa substitute for It has made Its appearance in eastern Jacksee county In Missouri says the ft i Kawu City Star ot Ia cutting doWn their time schedule f Qc1H railways do not stop their fast f piieager trains at the smaller towns P P1JIete are several whistling stations la Jackson county along the Chicago 1I ialk1 Alto railway among them Blue r gfjrlBgs and Oak Grove V4ftet clamoring In vain for better i trail service Blue Springs severer weeks ago arrived at a solntiou In part 8ttlte piobleui A firm of young med eatabltefeed a dally automobile service tt betweea tjiat town and Independence 4t tecvlBg Blue Springs early In the fore J 1 eou aad returning late In the after i oea This enabled the poNe of Blue Springs and vicinity to spend several botirs shopping In Independence or if they preferred to board the electric cars there and go on to Kansas City And mow comes Oak Grove Jind clitaers for automobile service too Oak Grove also has suffered from a Thefbound trains dp not stop there and t to theygo to Kansas iiIj C6 S Bee by rail have to Bopping and get home 4t f tteif liThe JeopleIef Oak Grove Intimate that It the Chicago and Alton cannot ltCeit way clear to stop more of Its trahw they aaay soon follow the exam f c pie ef Blqe Springs and establish an automobile line or try to secure an cx i 1ttM1oflotbeone already established k at Blue Springs Blae Springs Is twelve miles and jr pOk Grove twenty miles east of Inde jwiwkace Both lie directly on one of the big trw l1aeSot rock road built te recent years by the cojinty court n grades are very easy and the ro- adJ45k to fae coadltlon In many places It SjOemib3e for an automobile to run far Jeeg distances at a speI of twen r17lve jnlles an hour or about as fast ji M Muuiy of Jbejpassenger trains w i f The trip between Blue Springs and tortyf1aMtte up It can be made In nMerabiytefts time At this rate It L wtttid require aoont an bour and a quarter to Cover the distance between O ik Groyne and Independence It Is 1 yreftable that Grain Vajley which lies 1fway between Oak Grove and Blue Iant like them has suffered treJ laadequate train service will alcq4ketbe automobile habit soon 4a d other towns 01other railroads bi mat try the experiment BU BANKS CHILD CULTURE Iw CalMarmte Hertlo ltarUt Would Traufrui Huean Life The Rey Dr James W Lee recently retHTBed to8t Louis from a visit to Luther Burbaukof Santa Rpst Cal iriw has achieved fume by luterbrccd I Wif plants aad fruits growing potu te bittd tomatoes on the same plant eM performing many seemingly tin iHlbJetcats says a St Louis dis pch J1 The Galifornla wizard told Dr Lee tfcaf the Mue denUflc Ideashenpo ii1 pd to vegetable culture might profit aWf be effiptoyed ta tke rearing of chll Arip lite titeory being that humaA betaMr BO lew than trees plants and Ik ar6 responsive to the Influences wWeS MtrcMutd them Et rr Pfraon said Burbank should be Tkyskiitir aorally and spiritually jMTfcet aalcoBkl be If the same at Li tnitioa were paW to his or her training tot be Ia ilTtef to weeds t7 He d eared that Just as eJas wf Wlt woadfec wttk p4mt by bring Siii ttw a teto eoctoet with tbqee ete i tttHrir earirewiMttt tq which sv iMdilf row JMt M attouM th wN jwre the eteWldra- 5k e k U do fortb tr iB tbea v by bri tbs t o itiaUola with all- Kxmdiagi js dwe Ja to wbk thj ai jpttefklaUjr 18POD8Jat PT w8JNP Cst usii ffit Wo4d ed IkIad- IssiiA IFc Q H MMMo i Hfiint atK intNM l1W iriNHHHiWiifriNW I News Prom The County 1 IfUppenlnii Among the eunty Peeple 0IiI e as Reported by Correspondents ir I sc lj SVmtijj JWhila the wheelof time conJ tinues its regrlar rsyolmions amid the gay arid fastidiousr and also the more humble in life I find myself trying IP pen a few items to our popular and newsy paper whichi finds its way into ipany families abroad as well as at home where all are eager to peruse each column and careful that note one tem shall escape their notice Little Miss Ollie Cr uch cele brated her 13th year last Mon day by giving a birthday party Quite ahost of her young friends were present and after indulging in many different games until they all were very tired a delightful luncheon was served by the charming little hostess and ajl went home wishing Ollie many happy birthdays The contest betweep N Hen dren of this place and Ear lowe of Willisbuig fore magis trate in this magisterial district resulted in giving Mr Hendren the nomination and now the Republicans should unite their strength and give him their loyal support in the November election as he has heretofore proved a very efficient magitrate Quite a number from here have been attending the revival services at Tatham Springs Mrs A B Colvin and Miss Sallie Hendren visited friends and relatives at Mooresville Sat urday and Sunday Mr G W Clark of Willisburg sold for Nelse Pinks on his farm nearjhere to Mr Hanby for 620 AlsoTCobt Uurisinger bought of Mr William Cheser bis farm lo cated near Polio for 700 Mr Harvie Seay of Polin and Dr Samuel Tatham of Pulliam were guests of Thos Gaines Saturday night and Sunday Messrs H TVI and R B Scruggs contractors for twc miles o repair on turnpike Sec No 20 have their work progress ing nicely and from present prospects this bids to b ia first class piece of work Fred Cheatham and wife and their charming little daughtei Miss Eva of Fenwick were guests of Mr L H Hardin and wife Sunday Mrs J F Reynolds and son Master Marshal spent several days with riends at Willisburg last week Miss Floss flardin and Mr Tom Coulter attended the beau tiful wedding of Miss Matte Gorden of Tatham Springs to Mr Cbas Rubyof Taylorsville The nuptials were performed by the Rev Sommers at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs William Gordon MISTLETOE Pleasant Grove Mr Irvin Adams and wife of Springfield were the guests of Mrs Alice Thompson Sunday Fied VanArsdale and Loyd Colvin have gone to Qwensboro to accept positions Word was received here Sat urday night that Dr Williams whp recently went to Owensboro to practice bis professiou was suddenly taken v ryillThe telegram did not state the nature of the attack but it is hoped by bis many friends here that it is not of a serious nature and he will have a speedy recovery Mrs Alice Thompson hare turned home from a pleasant visit to friends in Mercer county Mr Wm Jones had the honor of being appointed by the Gov ernor a delegate to the State Development Convention in Lou isville which is in session this week He left Tuesday morning to return Thursday Judge B L Litsey is also in Louisville this week Byon Parks and Erastus Trent attended the Horse Show last week A meeting is in progress at the Presbyterian church being conducted by the Rev Dr Ijatl mer of Springfield Large crowds are attending and good results are expected Mr Frank West of Louisvilte was here Monday fightingfraternity day and one light was pulled off Another eting is schedul EverybodyprovidingtheyG W Dugan of IIYviUe visited friends here Iatt week Mr J W Thompson is visit lug friends and relatives in In dianapolis Mr Byon Parks had qiitea misfortune last week while returning from Louisville He had purchased alladys gold watch white in town after boarding the train Which arrives in Springfield at 12 oclock he dropped off to SlOOp and rolled uphelOfittheion he went immecliatey to the fctegrtpb office and luckily the watch was engraved L M so it was fouodandretrlrned to bin on the night train Fearing IMS wofrtd wt recover it ha had placed a claimi against the r iod for fIB ruNoll alJJ IWzIIsbug reoltutnedt where she has been with her sister Mrs Shehan who has been ill- MrslE BGre nwood attended the j base ball game between WiUisburg and Mackville last Saturday afteriiopd The score stood sixteen to seven in favor of the Willisburg boys Mr W S Gibbs and ujfe haveS returned from Anderson cponty where they visited last week Homer Hughes is at home lrC1 Fenwick where he has been em ployed this summer Mr Frank Ash and wife are at home from Louisvillewhere they have been yisiting the pat three week3 Mi Kent Rogers and wife visited at Fenwick several days last week Mrs Sue Merritt has returned l home after a three weeks visit to relatives in Mooresville Indiana LouisvilleWe to report Mr Robert Mcllvoy WhO has been suffering tIronra bone felon for saveral t weeks but little im provedA of meetings begun at the Christian church at this place Mondav night with Revs Young and Lowen from Madison county leading- Mr Ben Mcllvoy and family of Hills opro spent Sunday with Mr Robert Mcllvoy and family Purdom Pinkston has gone to DeKalb III to make hs future homeSMrs Merritt Foster will go to Louisville to visit her brother James Pinkston next Saturday Mr J M Trent visited his par ents Mr Tom Trent and wife ofrI Antioch last Sunday Mrs Lizzie Adams of Fenwick visited Mrs Loula Hyatt last Thursday Killsboro Sowing wheat corn cutting molasses making seems to be the features of the day in this vicinity Mr John Armstrong and fam ily attended church at Tatham last Sunday Mr Marshal Keeling nter tamed a few youtg people Mon day night Mr P B Prather and wife Thos Prather and wife spent Saturday and Sunday with their father Mr Isiah Prather at PulliamJMisses Maud and Eva Inman Jessie Nol Zplma Mcllvoy Maymie Merritt Messrs Ernest Shewmaker ryan Armstrong Mr J D Sutherland and wife attended church at Willisburg Tuesday night Mr Z P Leachman and wife Mrs Anna Godby and children Visited relatives at Valley Hill Saturday arad Sunday Miss Maymie B Merritt spent from Friday to Monday with JIi W Walls and family at Pleasant Grove Mrs James Settles has been quite sick for several days Mr B H Mcllvoy and family of Sweet Retreat spent Sunday with Mr Robt Mcllvoy at Willisbur I Miss Pearl rmstrong spent Sunday with Miss Judith Montgomery Our regular correspondent is away on a trip he will return this week and the readers of the dear old NewsLeader will hear from him Inext week STEP IN Texas Mr Nat Campbell and wife visited the latters parents Mr Jacob Kimberlin and wife Sun day Miss Laurie Bailey is visiting in Lexingtonl Mrs C B Jeffries has returned from a visit to relatives in Lou isville Mster Warner Railey has returned to his home in Louisville alter an extedded visit to rela tives here Miss Nettio Taylor of Mt Washington Ky has a nice line of millinery goods for sale at the store of P C W Peterson Mr Herman Purdom has re turned from a short trip to Lou isville 4 E N Kimberlin was in Louis yule last week buying his fall and winter goods Mr Jacob Cocanougher who has been very sick for several days is improving Mr James Nelson isssfck at this writing Mrs J H Nelson entertained a few of her friends Monday TheGrigsby Brosa f Bards town were here last week io the interest of the Life Insurance Go The cottage which Mr J D Peterson is having erected is progressing rapidly The school under the management 1of Misses Shsumty and Kinberlin progressing Cicely fJh Weavs rHacVT LIS y McINTIRE ElTCarrico twofatone bull 2i cents and J B Hill one bull 21 cents and 5 fat hog- slt95 f Charley Nalley sold to Miles Smith one mule colt for 86 R P Bandford Jr bought of Joe Graves one horse for 110 Joe Higdon was returning from town Saturday and lost a box of axel greese he started back to look for it when his horses be came frightened and ran for Fortunatelyhisnothing was hurtIMr R A Wheatley has moved to his farm on the Etown road and has rented his house and lot in Thogtown to Tom wheatley and he has rented it to Enoch Gore of your city daughterwife and daughters and Mr R A Wheatly and wife visited the home o Mr J b Hill last Sun day Quite a crowd attended the sale of R P Biandford last Tues day The bans of matrimony were published llsb Sunday for the first time between Miss Margaret Blanford and Mr Bart Smith FENWIGK J S Sutton is on thesick list Mrs Alex Smith and children are visiting her mother Mrs T J Nally at Bardstown rMiss Jennie Logsdon is on the sick Mrs rDJ Nalley has returned ttto her home after a weeks visitt Will Barker and Anna Loss don were in your town ThuS daySWF Logsdonrwas at Pleas jmtGove Monday on business Mr D B Wilson and wife and Mr John Harmon and wife haye gone to Owen county for a two weeks visit Miss Ella Adamsspent a few days with her parents at this place fC W Oder is in Louisville and Cincinnati this week Mr E A Anderson has returned home from Atbertonville George Mock of Bardstown visited friends at this place Saturday Several from here attended church in your town Sunday evening Those who formed a party to the High Bridge are as follows Misses Ethel and Lent ogers Mattie Begley Anna Logsdon Minnie and Lena Barker Messrs Robert Mayes Walter Adams Joe Smith Lon le Barker Jessie RobInson Oscar Bottoms Steve Begley and Will Barker All report an enjoyable time The Toot lie Lacked saldlIJUlrlt ble wouinit to ntrnnip before whom she Lrtd placed a nicely cooked mealJ I would replied the vagrant If I hail the tools What sort of tools da you want asked the hostess A knife and fork said the tramp We TitBits EAt TooFut The trouble that we eat too fast said the man who worries about health Thats right answered the man who worries about money Some of us eat so fast that our Incomes cant keep up with our grOcery blllsWnsh tDrton Star a Insurance and A HrBce Ta askea Tommy whats the dif ference between assurance and Insur nnce t Well my son one Is wljat the agent has and the other Is what he persists in ttrying to sell youO Uiollc Standard mil Tiulcs INDIGESTIONS RECORD can prescribe for 01U- 1dlreJUODtmatm Is is G reens August Plower other pbyeicians who prscribe tt regularly Jlndigestion is making an awful record as a cause of sudden deaths It is beat ing heartfailure in its ghastly harvest 4You read in the paper daily of apparently healthy and even robust men being indigestionafterdying in many cases before a physician could be called ia This should be a warning to you who sUffer with regular or periodical attacks ictUnsa small dote of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to suck niddea seizuresI qAtFlower prevents regulatetheuptJMi fTwo alas 2je ad 7 je All tlnIaMtij For sle at tldonI ibarn cl Democratic Candidate The following g6tttleman were decliffid the nominees of their party for the respective county office at the Democratic primary held in Washington county August 6tb 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election November 1905 For County Judge B L Litsey For Co Attorney T S Mayes County Clerk W F Booker RepsEnttiveW D Ulaybr oke or SheriffJ S Osbourne Supt of SchoolsJW Bush For Jailer Geo D Catlett For Assessor T P OBryan W T Mitchell Deputy For Coroner J M Montgomery They Decline Messrs W F Neikirk and C R Filleatreau who were ndmi Dated by the Republican conven tion as candidates for the offices of UCounty Judge and Sheriff respectively have declined to make the race and unless other nominations are made which is not probable the Democrats in the county will have a walkover for all the county offices from County Judge to Coroner Below we publish the cards of the two gentlemen addressed to the Chairman of the Republican theyiivethe nominations MR NEIKIRK CARD Springfield Ky Oct 9 1905 To the Chairman of the Republican County Committee of Washington Co Ky t Dear SepTNttember a convention of the Re pubicanJof this county duly called for the purpose of making nominations for county offices nominated me asa candidate for the office of County Judge I was present in the convention and when my name was offered protested against being placed before the convention feeling that it would be outof my power to make a canvass of the county owing to the fact that the next term of our circuit court con venes before the election and my legal business would there fore occupy the greater portion of my time The convention re fused to listen to my protest and persisted in nominating me Naturally feeling complimented by so marked a manifestation of the confidence of the republicans in my county and desirous of complying with their wishes if in my power I have taken the matter under consideration and have delayed thus long in re sponding to the call in the hope that I could so arrange my business affairs as to accept the nomination I find however that it is impossible for me to do so and feel that itpjsi my duty to decline without further delay and give the party opportunity j to select some one else Permit me to express through r you my appreciation of the honor conferred upon me and pledge to the party my earnest and hear ty support Very Respectfully W F NEIKIRK MR FILIATREAUS CARD Springfield Ky Oct 9 1905 To the Chairman of the Republi can County Committe of Washington county Ky At a Convention of the Republicans of Washington county Ky held in Springfield on the 30th day of Sept 1905 I received the nomination for the office of Sheriff of Washington county Ky The nomination was a sur prise to me as I had never in any way solicited it and had I beed preRent at the convention would have declined it I feel very grateful to the Republicans of my county for the high honor conferred upon me in selecting me as their candidate but feel that my business will not allow me to devote the time necessary to make a canvass of the county land do justice to myself and the Thanking my friends for their confidence and for the compliment bestowed Oij me and pledg ing the party my hearty suppoi in the future as in the past I ra main- Very Resppctfully C It FiLf ATREAU Jant What lie Meant An American lu London once attended a dinner where Henry Arthur Joues told a story about Beerbobtn Tree Mr Tree said the playwright 4im t a friend of his one afternoon In Regent streetThe two stood and couversed a little while nnjl then Mr Tree snit Have you been down to see me net lately niy boy No too poor said the other Too poor Mr Tree exclaimed Why you spend enough on wine cigarsS andI But the other nettled iI dont mean Im too poor I UretoG poor kQ1Ulldtr To Cure a Cold1 in One Day fa Caw two Grip fey T s Laxative Bromo QUInIIie TabIit fJ jo ysry r j SwIaIOW fa pelt 13 otbs TllilIipabn 9 CP Itc3c5i ttt e i i REAL ESTATE fFORSAljiTJ By McElroyS Wliarton tkLllj RealIFEstatet t DealersI SPRINGFIELD KY t iid ti 50 130 acre farm situated T miles from Springfield good dwellingbouse stock and tobacco barn Price 3000 51 220 acre farm located 6 miles m08UyI52 Nice farm 270 acres7l miles from Springfield first class improve dwellingfirst5good orchard and plenty of timber 53 135 acre farm located 1 mile from town all in good state of culti vation lays well and mostly in grass right on the pike Price 37 per acre 54 Farm of 175 acres 61 miles from clas3impruvementsgrass lays well and is well fenced 535 per acre 55 548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield en good pike good im provementsjthree good barns nearlj lays welt Price S40 per acre 56 Good farm 140 acres 3t miles go6dhousewatered 45 per acre 57 Fine stock farm 21 miles from grass60acresgrass nice woodland all in blue grass stofkbarnscistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 850 per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 miles from goodlandgood small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acre 59 181 acres of land 1 mIle from Springfield all in grass good house and barn well fended and watered 50 per tcreI60 60 acre farm6lmUes from Springfield good 3 room dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles frOm Bar town on pike good 7 room dwelling good barn 00x80 good out buildings fine orchard 500 trees 60 acres perfectly level land all In grist Price 3000 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east of Bardstown all lays well 133 acres cleared 7o acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 2i miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 64 185acre farm one mile fr on Mackville on the pike good well ing barn and outbuildings well fencedand watered mostly inblu LIFE ON A WARSHIP Why tile Mea Are Allowed to Indnlre In Athletic Sports To see a thirteen inch gun loaded and tired is a sight not to be forgotten The projectile Is thirteen Inches in diameter about three feet in length und weighs 1100 pounds The powder charge for target practice Is 230 pounds The cost for caci shot Is about 500 When all Is ready on the rangethe signal siren sounds there is a blinding flash a roar like thunder and a Jarring shock Then you hear the wJiInlAg screech of the shell for all tIle world like fast express round lag a sharp curve The projectile Is visible almost from the time It leaves the gun You see It rip through the target and strike the water beyond throwing uP a column of liquid many feet high The shell skips much like the flat stone skipper of our boyhood and again a column of water shoots up two miles or more farther out to be repeated time and again The shell in Its flight can be watched without the aid df glasses for eight miles or more In clear weather While the life of a sailor from cap thin down to apprentice Is an almost continual round of work some time isj found for athletic sports such as boat racing football and baseball Tjie object of this fa to give the men rec reation find at the same time to fosterI the spirit of competition makes the men easier to manage The ship with a strong football or baseball team or the fastest race boat almost Invariably las a happy and easily managed crewa crew that will swear that its officers nre the finest men In the world and likewise the oOieera swear by such a crew Some ships Iwive training tables for their athletic teams the expense usually being de rayed lliT too officers The team or boat crew as the case may be Is Potted by the oftlcers and Idolized by the crew aul for some time before a Lprdcontest the men are excused from various duties In order that they may give more time to training Every battleship and cruiser has Its race boat purchased by contributions from officers and men The prices paid JI for these boats h as d rule contingent upon their winning certain specified races The builders are willing to take a chance knowing that the crew will do Its best to win For a winning boat theI price Is often as much as 1000 while forvji boat that proves less speedy the builder will accept 500 or less On the result ota fleet boat race as much as 30000 has been known to change hands and llarge sums are also wagered on baseball and football games This Is of course contrary to the letter of the regulations but the sporting instinct Is as strong In the liavy as elsewhereand it Is not always possible to hold down the lid Leslies Weekly The End of the World upIis the theory of a scientific writer He says that both Africa arid Asia and Indeed In all the great levels of the world the water beds are drying up Many lakes well known during the his torical period have entirely disappear ed while others are shrlpklng rapidly Explorations In central Asia hnve proved that for centuries a zone stretch- Ing from the cast jp the southeast of this part of thejczar dominion has been drying up Deserts are gradually spreading and reports show that It la oiy IB UM neighborhood tsswwotalM rouad wteM brows Vpon wadea and Jail that lrrlPtkG can be carrM W Of Me jUelf cn l r grass 500 locust posts price 830 per acre 65 68 acres located 3 miles from Mackville new 6 room dwelling all new outbuildings good bard plenty new laud welt fenced and Jin good state of cultivation Price 3600 66 121 acres located 5 miles front Springfield near the pike gotod house and tenant house good stock baru and tobacco barn 100 acres In grass 4500 67 248 acre farm situated 2imUes from Springfield on the pike good6 room dwelling good barn cistern at both house and barn will fenced desirable tome Price 30 per acre 68 263 acre farm located l 7J miles from Springfield near pike goodS room dwelling good barn and other outbuildings plenty tobacco land 20 acres bOttom land lays well and mostly in grass Price 2750 per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles north of Willisburg good 6 room awellinfr irobd stock and tobacco barn first class tenant house easy payments price 820 70 83 acres 2 miles from Spring field nearthe piker 3 room house barn and all necessary outbuildings 3250 per acre 71 Th1 acres located in Nelon twoIsmailhouses good and mostly in grass 15 per acre 72 175 7 miles from Spring fleldonthe pike Jood dwelJinganp outbuildings stock barn anti new tobacco barn Price 600- 0l3 70 acreS three miles from Mackville good house and barn all in grass price 18 per acre 74 96 acres three miles frrm Mack Ville mostly in grass plenty tobacco land good house and barn Price 2250 75 122i acres locAted close to school and church 6 room dwelling plentybftobacco70 140 acres 2i miles from Willis burg good dwelling good stock and tobacco barn 30 acres timber farm well watered Price 830 per acre 77 106 acres 2 miles from Mackville all in grass 6 room dwelling stock barn milk house and meat house plenty pf frnit of all kinds Price 25 rer acre 78 116 acres in Pleasant Run neighborhood geod improvement of every kind lays wen and Is well fenced and watered Price sso Sprintfield pringlland S acres timberprice 5O J1- 81 90 acres 7 miles from SoriHr field on liltle beech 5 acre ofbottei tX lanai 12 acres of ne r llaud price t8 04 J dJti = J 82 lL acres Itf niles from Spring r 4field on pike price 130 per acre V 0 J jbnacresjingras Price 2500 k 84 f00 acres Imdes front wick good house and barn FeI ffenced and lays well 60 acres iii gras i plenty of tobacco land 2600 85 160 acres well located g fli Sstrong laud 5 maUhonM and birtf f well fenced and watered pric fl70l 86 200 acres onehalf milt from Springfield good land wklf fejwed and vatered Price 60 I 87 60 acres one mite froM kerI i good new 6 room house stock bua fand other buildings orchard weirj watered and fenced all tobacco la d if iJS32per acre- 8i3 50 acres one mile from Booker u ir tacres W peracre 4S 89 104 acre located 6 mile from r Spdngfeldnear pike Joed triocdwelling and barn lay well art qfenced w Al price 31 for the tract 90 150 acre land located one mV from Texas near pike good fetevand barn well watered and fescedsprice 30f91 500 acres 21 miles from Spring field on the pike firstclass improve i ments of every kind 500 acres of tobacco land all lays well 100 acres Jin timber 200 acres in bluegrafe i Iarnsiand3 jaudtenant houses i jj f1 t f n1 j1 Town properly th l1 F1rst lao store buiMingia jgooij s r six room dwelling both ip firstclass I ij tjrepair well located good stas price j itf lowS iGood 6 room dwelling Maikgireet Goo S room wellinf well located and coji veniently arranged all r mpiern ImprovemeBts rgoodOUjbuUdiagsrry ftjNiceLlavenuePerryville pike Small cottage on west Mimgtreet J smalli dwelling on East Main Street A number of lots for sale oq Gruady j i Virginia andLfsbanon Avenue fro tMc1royWkarLoiS5 l t1J Sprirteld Ky JJ rTho first National Bank w t J flt t SPRINGFIELD KY f 4 8 Gapifal 8OOOO 1 Surplus and Undivided Preife 25009 4 IIOFFICFR5B L Litsey President John W Lewis VicePresidenti 5ItMcElroy Cashier L B Cain Assistant Cashier je E KeeQerDIRECTORSB Gtreen F Mi Camp rbell R H Edelen H M Grundy John 6 Polin I We grant every faQr consistent with sue banking Your bust i s ness respectfully solicited OO I The Springfield MoatMarket i r 1 I f II L t f J Frr i Meal ttFishJ t f 10tr 6 ii 0 T COX Q ProprS IF It 14SSPRiNGFIELD KY ft a Em CRn EE l oPeoples Deposit BankSPRINGFIELD KY 0 ORGANIZED DECEMBER Illsj t t 4 Capital 50000 M t i2 4S1rp1us and Profits f20OOO 1 1f vvrV U f OFFICERSGco D Robertson President IHfliurmaB VicePreitt 4AssiatantCanhlerF BoOkKecprDIRECORSGco 1 1ff GrahaW C J k r+ LHaydon J W Satterly T M Blanford r + Patrons enjoy every privilege usuelly extended by e1iaa 4 Ij i i t call well in equipped person Banks Prospective depouitors are invited to write ee 1 1 u t Ir1i r Wr 6rIgyTETCO- rT1Cik f ii 7 l1 f Will bo nt the walt i r 5f5ASS Hotel r ry Sai rdayQctt 14L5rj 1 I to test Eyes fit and adjust Glasses Eyes examined fire 1 i fl W C GRl6SBt Opticbai jt trc = 4 Jt 1 kSI1 aysIut Ours Follys Kidney Cans wIt y iad Hdds Wr k r 1IIIRas BUCCANEER tCYU5 TOWNSEND BRADY Abr SC rtiNhurJI Pc Lye pCiy TJsc dpC HDIoe Eta CoPYiixr isiy C WIILIJICIIAMCOMPX s i i im citochw with Irom grasp it fcsaiilia of riCk he swwa hlawelf e As tte se of ioe terrific precl fiw wikeve theiM t jniastep meant a RIll ipto eternity 1ip08 the rocks a 11T id fMt below Sowetlmea be had to priaa far acreea MISt gorges 111 MM BMWrtakw ftat had once been hrMvMl ijr mtj tmuka of trees long fcteanMtrM away JSometlsflesf there YM aiHiiiic for him to do but to = dowa the Meep idea of some ayott and force himself through tomotial KKmatalB streams that i wiptMm from him feet Again Mi padr Jay wer cHtTg areea irltk moss i al wit with spray which afforded 4utHppMt to Jala grasp Maw se ap1 frt osietImes he to tree m wY through thick tMffe MifHi until ttat tore bla cloth e rap 1 he WMkrtakem tM cent ia a tvhritet a4ve twe he would have 1bek lisg ace from the dan pM he Met Md aroatd with such haiaiMp AMkvKy With the pate iMMrttfttl fee eC MtreedM t0leadJalm- Me hr eeatnwt th hateful cruel coua tiaaati vt Morffam to force kim ever hefcre JaM Woe tile mam plunged up WM4 wMh wmatwrttl strength braving tektec efcasees doing the Im psbk aM PNrMeace watched over It WM yeriMpe 8 clOck the morn tmg whea Jse reached the summit belddsexbabIed uabelmed weap alMK eoattws Ia rafi torn bruised hkilH bet Hnhanned and looked WB u tile white city of Caracas set 7V te ttc veont emvlroament like a hand M eC pe rte la a gobkt of emerald He bad wonsred If lie would be In tta e to hitefcept the viceroy and his trale4 heart leaped la his tired breast whMi he sw a few miles beyond the tor ea the road winding toward the Orioeo eewtry a dyof men The jlMMMpht btailfl from polished helms or petatoi laace tips proclaimed that they were seWteta He would be In time 1uItGot Wilt reewed vigor he scrambled owa the lde of the mountainand this oMceat fortunately happened to- M eatfe and eaiy and running with heMMMic apeed he soon drEw near the 15k eC the palace He da bed Into I- tt irMh rcekkM haste Indifferent to the friiuto 9t HM guard who did not at ftr re ofMiM la the littered bloody twsdid solted speclmeaof humanity HM ftay iiBd gallant cominander He M4e hiiMelf known at on e and was eia rfaiJ la his nrmiK tbarthe vice f rey W act forth with his troopseacjy JlatINJiBemlmg and was still In reach Ie Aetaace ea the road tMretiathe best horse in the stables to he hrovfht to him after snatching a Wtoty Meal wkltelt was belijg sad Th 4M ant not evea taking time to re ctothe hiawelt he mounted dgal Ief e4 after An hour later he burst Hirmjii the ranks ot the little army 4 4I aM Mined la his hone before the as t iyJceto who did notjrecognlze r iiM MITT cavalier his favorite et fteer ad aiera words of reproof for di eerecaeakms Interruption of the enia brake from his lips until they wee checked by the first word i i tNilltlte yeag captain litoriaa and his buccaneers have taken La Gnayra and sacked itt gasp id AIrara4o hoarsely Merpan That accursed scourge agaAa In anas And nay daughter JJt pthoaer f Poe Gods love turn hack tIN nen- Ins4antly f cried the viceroy t He was burning with anxiety to Mar wore hut he was too good a aol Ater to heltate as to the first thing to- M Aone Balsha himself In his stir Ss he ave a few sharp commands 4 fee little army which had halted when he had faced about and began ifce return march to Caracas at full 7 aoeed As soon as their maneuvers JaM been completed and they moved the viceroy who rode at the head with Alvarado and the gentlemen of his suit broke Into anxious question rNow captain but that thou art a skilled soldier I could not believe thy taleu wtk I swear It Is truer And yow left Donna Mercedes a prisoner Interrupted De Tobai who had been consumed with anxiety even greater than that of the viceroy uastlssot How can that be when you are free senor Let me question my own officer De Tobar resumed the viceroy peremp t rilyancl silence all else we learn nothing Now Alvarado what Is this strange tale of thine In his eagerness the viceroy reined in his horse and the officers and nen even the soldiers stopped also and crowded around the narrator while he told the tale of the sack of ta Guayra and the capture of Mercedes and himself And how came you here after leav ing my daughter On the word of the buccaneer asked De Lara w11enI Alvarado had finished Straight over the mountain sir What The Indianttrall The Eng lish way The sameSWhat next At 10 tonight the Bailor who released me will open the city gate the west gate beneath the shadow of the digs We must be there But how Can we take the pass It Is strongly held you say My lord give me fifty brave men who will volunteer to follow me I will teal them back Over the trail and we wlll get to the rear of the men holding the pass Do you make a feint at engaging them In force in front and when their attention is dis tracted elsewhere we will fall on and drive them Into you arms By this means we open the way Then We will post down the mountains with speed and may arrive In timenay we must arrive In time Horuigold the sailor would guarantee nothing beyond tonight The buccaneers are drunk with liquor tired out with slaughter They will suspect nothing We can master the whole 350 of them with fivescore men Alvao4 cried the vlc royI1thou hut done Well I thank thee Let us but rescue my daughter and defeat these buccaneers and thou may t ask anything at my hands saving one thing Gentlemen and soldiers you havehfiard the plan of the young cap talitf Who will volunteer to go over the mountains with him Brandishing their swords andshout lug wlw loud acclaim the great body of troopers pressed forward to the sendee Alvarado who knew them aJt rapidly selected the requisite number and they tfllm advance of the others Over them the young captain placed his friend De Tobar as his second In command 4Tis bravel done cried the viceroy Now prick forward to the city alL Well refresh ourselves In view of the arduous work before us and then make our further dispositions The streets of Caracas were soon full of armed men preparing for their yen ture As soon as the plight of La Guayra and the Viceroys daughter became lnownthere was scarcely a civil ian even who did not offer himself for the rescue The Viceroy however would take only mounted men and of these only tried soldiers Alvarad whom excitement and emotion kept front realizing his fatigue was provid ed with fresh apparel lifter which he requested a private audience for a moment or two with the viceroy and It gcther they repaired to the little cabs net which had been the scene of the happenings the night before Your excellency began the young man slowly gainfully I could not wait even the hoped for happy Issue of our plans to place my sword and my life In your bands What have you done asked the old man Instantly perceiving the seri ousness of the situation from the an guish In his officers look and voice 1 have broken niy word forfeited my life You promised to say nothing to do nothing That promise did not keep Explain There Is nothing to xplalnI was weak it was beyond my Strength 1 offer no excusu Twas deliberately 60nI told her that I loved her again Thou double traitor And she7 My lord condemn her not She Is young a woman I do not consider Captain Alvarado a dishonored soldier my proper men tor I shall know how to treat my daughter What more Nothing more We abandoned our selves to our dream and at the first possible moment I am come to tell you allto submit But your reason Why do you tell me these things If thou art base enough to fall why not base enough to conceal I could not do so your exccllenef I Ii CUT IT OUT ays the doctor to many of his lady patients because he doan know of any medicinal treatment that will positively cure womb or ovarian troubles except the Surgeons knife- 7 provedbyl ki thousands of cases by WOE IF CARDUI IT CURES WOMB DISEASE k hw saved the lives of thousands of weak sick nnd hau rescued thousands of others from a meUincholy Kfctime of chronic invalidism It will cure you If ywill only five it a chance Try it Sold at every drug store fn 100 bottles WRITE UJ A LETTEI IAYE UP SUPPORTER Pd sI sfl f aM 11MnE-b Illzg y4oo 1WMrIrIr I oerJ t I tc1y ell M twry mttttttag w T JlRvt master or uyswir wren sue by Tto only when away from her 1 see things in their proper light she bllBds me No lrJ cried the unhappy Alvarado seeing a look of contempt ou the gclm face of tIle old general I do not urge tblg In defense but you want ed explanation Nothing can explain the falsehood of a gentleman the betrayal of a friend the treachery of a soldier Nothing hence I am here Perhaps I have estimated yoja too highly went on the old man musing IyUJ had hoped you were gChtle but base blood must run In your veins mayIt be answered the younjj man brokenly and then be added as one detail not yet told I have found my mother sir Thymother What is her condition cried the viceroy In curious and Interested surprise that made him for gdt his wrath and contempt for the moment she wan ian abbess of our holy church She died upon the sands of La Guayra by her own hand rather than lend aid to the sack of the town Thatfwas noble Interrupted the old De Lara I may be mistaken after all Yet twere well she died for she will not see He paused significantly My shame asked Alvarado Thy death senor for what you have done No other punishment is meet Did Donna Mercedes send any message to me Alvarado could not trust himself to speak He bowed deeply What was it The young man stood silent before him Well I will learn from her own lips If she be alive when we come to the city r doubt not It will excuse tHee seek not to shelter myself behind a woman Thats well said the old man But now what Is to be done with thee My lord give me a chance not to live but to die honestly Let me play my part this day as becomes a man und then Donna Mercedes is restored to your arp1so IIThou wilt plead for life Nay I will not live dishonored Life Is naught to me without the lady swefir to thee You have given me your word before sir said the old man sternly On tills crossIt was my mothers He pulled from his doublet the silver On this crew crucifix and held it up I will yield my life Into your hands without question then and acclaim before the world that you are justified In taking it I swear If I survive the day I will go gladly to my death at your com mand I will trust you once more thus far Say naught of this to any one Leavc sme Your excellency cried the young man kneeljnj before him may God reward you He strove to tyike the hand of the old man but the latler drew it away Even the touch of forsworn lips isi degradation You have your orders Got Alvarado buried his face In his hands groaned bitterly and turned away without another word CHAPTER Xx- ooTwas nearing 11 oclock In the when after a hurried in the patio with and the others Al varado and De Tobar marched outt with their fifty men They had discarded all superfluous clothing they were unarmored and carried no weapons but swords and pistols In view of the hard climb before them and the haste that was required they wished to be burdened as lightly as possible Their horses were brought along in the train of the viceroys party which moved out upon the opei road to the pass at the same time These last went forward with great ostentation the forlorn hope secretly lest some from the buccaneers might be watching The fifty volunteers were to ascend the mountain with all speed make their way along the crest as best they could until they came within striking dis tan e of the camp of the pirates teen they were to conceal themselves jn the woods there and when the viceroy made a feigned attack with the main body of his troops from the other side 0oftheir biding place and fall furiously pateIysuch d path as that Alvarado bad trav II ersed on the other side for there were- not fifty men In all Venezuela who could have performed that tremendous feat of fcnountocring The wayto the summit of the range and thence to the pasi was difficult but not Impossible and they succeeded alter an hour or two of hard climbing In reaching their appointed station where they conceal ed themselves In the woods un bserv ed by Teachg men- The viceroy carried out his part of the lror mme with tile promptness of a oldler Alvarados men had scarcely settled themselves In the thick un dergrowth beneath the trees whence they could overlook the buccaneers In camp on the road below before A shot from the pirate sentry who hall been posted toward Caracas called the flerci marauders to arms They ran to the rude barricade they bad erected cover Ing the pass and made preparation for battle Soon the wood iwas ringing with shouts and cries and the sound ofr musketry Althbugh Teach was a natural soldier and LOlouols an experienced andI prudeuUcommander they took nfc precaution whatever to cover their rear fromthatI of Ahnrndq and De Tobar thclretore led their men forward without the slightest opposition Even the noise they made crashing through the unde growth was Idst In the sound of the battle and attracted no attention from the enemy It was not until they burst out into tbeOpeu road and charg ed forward peering madly that the buccaneers tcallzedtheir danger Some of them faced about only to be by a murderous discharge from the pis tols of the forlorn hope and the next moment tao Spaniards were upon them The party holding the pass were the picked men veterans among the ma rauders They suet the onset with tre mend ous courage and crowed blades in the smoke like men but at the same instant the advance guard of the wain 7W JT Th W EAP J arrty aprim M tM barrleAde MM a Malted tbcoi rigorously free the IItIside The odEs were too mach bttccaaeera ant after a wild metee la Which they lost heavily the survivors gave grovsuL The road Immediately below the pass opened on a little plateau back of which rose a precipitous wall of rock Thither such of the buccaneers as were left alive hastily retreated There were perhaps a dozen men able to use their weapons Among them Teach was the only officer LOllohols had been cut down by De Tobar In the first charge The Spaniards burst through the pass and surrounded the buccaneers The firearms on both sides had all been discharged and In the excitement no one thought of reloading Indeed with the cumbersome and complicated weapons then In vogue there was no time and the Spaniards who had paid dear ly for their victory so desperate had been the defense of the pirates were fain to finish this detachment In short order Yieldr cried Alvarado as usual in the front ranks of his own menUYou arc hopelessly overmatched pointing with dripping blade to his own and the viceroys soldiers as he spoke Shall we get good quarter called outjTeach A splendid specimen he looked of an Englishman at bay In spite of his wick ed calling standing with lila back against the towering rock his bdre and bloody sword extended menacingly before him the bright sunlight blazing upon his sunny hair his blue eyes sparkling with battle lust and determined courage Quite the best of the pirates he You shall be hung like the dogs you arc answered Alvarado sternly Wed rather die sword In hand Eh lads Aye ayeli Come orithen senors laughed the Englishman gallantly saluting with his sword and see how lira yely we Eng hal can die when the game is played and we haveloat- Thoug his cause was bad and his life also his courage was magnificent Under other circumstances It would have evoked the appreciation of Alva rado And some consideration at his hands Possibly he might even have granted life to the man but memory of the sights of the night before In that devastated town 6000 feet below their feet and the deadly peril of his sweetheart banished pity from his souL This man had been the right hand of Morgan He was after the captain the ablest man among the buccaneers He must die and It would be a mercy to kill him tut of baud anyway Forward gentlemen he cried and Instantly the whole mass closed In on the pirates Such a fight as Teach and his men made was marvelous For each life the Spaniards took the pirates ex acted a high price but the odds were too great for any human valor howev er splendid to withstand and In a brief space the last of the buccaneers lay dying on the hut Teach was game to the last Pierced with a dozen wounds his sword broken to pieces he lifted himself on his elbow and with a smile of defiance gasped lout the brave chorus of the song of the poet of London town v Though life now U pleasant and sweet to the sense Well be damnably moldy a hundred years hence Tell Morgan he faltered wedd not betray faithful to the end And so he died as he bad lived uA brave man exclaimed De Tobar with sOme feeling In his voice But a black hearted scoundrel nev ertheless answered Alvarado sternly Had you seen him last night UYe have been successful I see gentlemen cried the viceroy ridingup with the main body Where Is Alvara do uI am here your excellency You are yet alive senor My work Is not yet complete an swered the soldler and I cannot di- euntllrDonus Mer Bring up the led horses interrupt the viceroy curtly Mount these ledTeach Mood at Uy gentlemen Let the chlrurgeona look to rthe Spanish wounded And If there be any buccaneers yet alive asked one of the officers Toss them over the cUff answered viceroy throw the bodies of all fthc carrion over living or dead They pollute the air Form up gentlemen We have fully twentyfive miles between us and the town which we must reach at 10 of the clock Twill be bard riding Alvarado assemble your men and you and De Tobar lead the way I will stay farther back and keep the main body from scattering We have struck a brave blow first and may God and 8t Jago defend us further Forward CHATTER XX- IlOrD Hornlgold had kept his and Alvarado had his as well It was a few before 10 when the first Spanish horsemen sprang from their jaded steeds at the end of the road In that wild race down thu mountains Alvarado hud ridden Unit 1with De Tobar ever by his side None had been able to pass these two The viceroy had falfeu some distance be hind For one reason he was an old man and the IHICC set by the lovers was killing for another and a better ras he had said he thought It desirable to stay somewhat In the rear to keep the men closed up but the pace even of the last and slowest hud been a tremendous one Sparing neither themselves nor their horses they hud raced down the perilous watSome of them had gone over the cliffs to In stant destruction others had been heavily thrown by the stumbling horses Some of the horses had given out under the awful gallop and had fallen exhausted but when the riders were unhurt they had Joined the foot soldiers marching after the troopers 1as fast they could Alvarados soldierly Instincts had caused him to halt where the road opened upon the und for he and De kepttnear them could do nothing They were forced to wait until a ant ficient force had assembled to begin attack He would have been there the appointed time had It not IIthe for this Imperative delay which his capacity more than anything else could have done tor bewuittoRhtfl the JL jii recve ot Mercedes Indeed he had been compelled to re strain by force the Impetuous d un dJdpll ed Delobar who thought of nothing but the peril of the woman be adored There had been a fierce altercation between the two young men before the latter could be per suaded that Alvarado was right Each moment however added to the number of the party there was no great distance between the first and last and after a wait of perhaps tenor fifteen minutes some 150 horsemen were assembled The viceroy had not come up with the rest but they were sure he would be along presently and fAlvarado would wait no longer Bidding the men dismount lest they should be observed on horseback and stationing one to acquaint the viceroy with his plans he divided his troop Into three companies he and De Tobar taking command of one and choosing the nearest fort as their objective point Captain Agramoute a veteran soldier was directed to scour the town and Lieutenant Nunez another trusted officer was ordered to master the east cnn fojt on the other side They were directed to every nina whom they saw at large in the city shooting ot cutting down every man abroad with out hesitation for Alvarado rightly divined that alt the inhabitants would be penned up in some prison or other and that non I would be on the streets excwpt the buccaneers There were still enough pirates lathe city greatly to Outnumber his force but nanny ot them were drunk and all of them tIle Spaniard Quilted would be unprepared The advantage ot the surprise would be with lila own men it he could hold them in plny for twenty minutes the viceroy with another de tachment would arrive and thereafter the end would be certain They cauld take prisoners then and reserve them for some meet punishment for their crimes Those necessary preparations werc made with tlie greatest speed the men were told off in their respective com ponies and then keeping close under tire shadow of the cliff forfeir of a possible watcher they started for ward Since 10 old Ben Horuigold had been hidden in an arched recess of the gateway waiting their arrival He had thought as the slow minutes dragged by that Alvarado had failed and he began to contrive some way by which he could account for his escape to Morgan In the morning when the cap tainwould ask to have him produced but the arrival of the Spaniards rel- Ieved his growJng anxiety Donna Mercedes asked Alvarado of the old boatswain as he entered the gate Sate when I left her In the guard room with Morgan and armed It you would see her alive KThl3 way cried Alvarado dashing madly along the street toward the fort Every man bad his weapons In band and the little party bad scarcely gone ten steps before they met a buccaneer He had been asleep when he should have watched and had Just been awak cued by the sound of their approach He opened his mouth to cry out but Alvarado thrust his sword through him before he could utter a sound The moonlight made the street as light as day and before they had gone twenty steps farther turning the corner they same upon a little party of the pirates An Immediate alarm wes given by them The Spaniards brushed them aside by the impetuosity of their onset but on this occasion pistols were brought lnplay Screams and cries fol lowed the sbbtfl and calls to arms rang through the town But by tills time tho other companies were In the city and they were mak terrible havoc as they ran to their Ilng stations The buccaneers pouring from the houses rndst of arms in hand But the three attacks simultaneously delivered bewil dered them The streets In all direc tions seemed full of foes The advan tage of the surprise was with the Span- Ish The pirates were without leadership for the moment and ran aimlessly to and fro not knowing where to rally yet little bands did gather together stinctively and these began to make some bpadway against the Spdnlsb soldiery Even the cowards fought desperately for around every neck was already the feel of a halter Alvarado and De robar soon found themselves detached from their company Indeed ad the time progressed and the buccaneers began to perceive the situation they put up a more and more stubborn and successful opposition They rallied in larger parties and offered a stout resistance to the Span ish charges Disregarding their isolal tin the two young officers ran tot the fort Fortunately the way In thai di rection was not barred The solitary sentry at the gateway attempted to check them but they cut him down in an Instant As they mounted the stair they heard above the shrieks and cries and shots of the tumult that came blowing in the casement with the night Wind the sound of a womans screams Mercedes cried De Tobar MIt Is abet They bounded up the stairs over throwing one or two startled men who would have JIntercepted them and dart Alvtrado threat hw through him to the guardroam They tore the Icd hangings aside and found them in a blaze of light in the long apartmout Two men confronted them Back of the two against ilk wall in a piteous state of disorder and terror stood the woman tliey both loved In front of lien knife In hand towered the half breed Treason treason shouted Morgan furiously We are betrayed At them De Lussan As be spoke the four men crossed swords De Tobur was not the master of the weapon that tire others were After a few rapid parries and lungei the Frenchman had the measure of bin brave young opponent Then with a laugh of evil Intent by a clever play he beat down the Spaniards guard shattered his weapon and with a thrust as powerful as It was skillful he drove the blade up to the hilt In poor De To bars besom The gallant but unfortut nate gentleman dropped his own sword as he fell and clasped his hands by a convulsive effort around the blade of De Lussan Such wall the violence of his grasp that he fairly hugged the sword to his breast and when he fell backward upon the point the blade snapped He was done for Morgan and Alvarado oa the other hand were more equally matched Neither had gained an advantage al tboucb both fought with energy and J tttt iFIII Your COAL HouIL r1Nwsupply ofcoal and we an offer your inthiceinent in the way of prices on large quantities c t fQqrBujgni Trade t i Ji t24J L i Has been tremendous 4 this sidrtHrii W ei still =4 have plenty of fine vehicles left fronJ wBicflyfu miay ITiake ase1ectionC VA IiII 4 p Remember We Lead iJj 1 td As Dealers in farming implements itw ftaiidlei r Je VT rr v the genuine Oliver Chilled Plows QldHiCKbry Stiidielkker IT Ii and Champion Farm Wagons and the best dr lrn9seeders on the market v If 11 4 Page and El wood Field Fencing pcir ftsdli ril u gInes ai 1 1f m I McClure Q Wells j exTkl I 5i ClOt grin made the air ring with snouts ana cries for his men As the swords clash ed Carib raised his hand to fling his knife at Alvarado but just as the weapon left his fingers Mercedes threw herself upon him The whizzing blade went wild With a savage oath he seized a pistol and ran toward the Spaniard who was at last getting the better of the captain A cry from Mercedes warned Alvarado of this new danger Disengaging suddenly he found himself at swords point with De Lussau who had withdrawn his broken weapon from De Tobars body and was menacing himj with ik With three Opponents before him he backed up against the wall and at last gave tongue To me he cried loudly hoping some of his men were within call Al varado As he spoke Morgan1 closed with him once more shouting On hltii De Lussan Let him have It Black Dog Weve disposed of one As the blades crossed again the des perate Spaniard who was a swords man of swordsmen put forth all his power There was a quick Interchange of thrust and parry and the weapon Went whirling from the hand of the chief buccaneer Quick as thought Al varado shortened his arm and drove home the stroke Morgans life trem bled In the balance The maroon how ever who had been seeking a chance to fire threw himself between the two wen und received the force of the thrust full In the heart His pistol was discharged harmlessly He fell dead at his masters feet without even a groan No more would Black Dog watch behind the old mans chair 155 had been faithful to his hideOus leader and his hideous creed Before Alvara do could recover his guard De Lussau struclctilm with his broken sword The blowl was parried by arm and dagger but the force of It sent the Spaniard reeling against the wall At the same Instant Morgan seized a pistol and snapped It full In his face The weapon missed fire but the buccaneer clutching the barrel beat him down with a fierce blow So ranch for these two he roared Lets to the street De Lussan seized Alvarados swor d throwing away his own Morgan pick ed up his own blade again and tho two ran from the room A stern fight was being waged In the square whither all the combatants had congregated the buccaneers driven there the Spaniards following The disciplined valor and determination of the Spanish however were slowly causing the buccaneers to give ground Xo Spanish soldiers that ever lived could have defeated the old time buc cancers but these were different and their best men had been killed with Teach end LQIIonols The opportune arrival of Morgan and De Lussan how ever put heart Jn their men Under the direction of these two redoubtable champions they begun to make stouter resistance The battle might have gone in their favor if in the very nick of time the viceroy himself and the remainder of the troops hud not come up They had not thought it necessary to come on foot since the surprise had been effected and the viceroy rightly dlvln cd they would have more advantage If mounted Choosing the very freshest horses therefore he had put fifty of the best soldiers them and had thelothersbefore the church and In the eastern fort where Brazlllauo had his head quarters The arrival of the horsemen decided the day Morgan and De Lus Han fighting desperately in the front ranks wIth splendid courage were overridden De Lussan was wounded fell arid was trampled to death by the Spanish horsemen and Morgan was taken prisoner alive anti unharm ed When that all was lost he had thro 1suw upon the ene my seeking n In the fight whIch by the viceroys orders wits denied him Marry i f the other buccaneers also were captured alive indeed the viceroy dcslrejl as many oT them saved as pojlbo lIe could punish a living someIthingand for this reason those who sur rendered had been spared for theI present i Indeed after the capture of Morgan tire regaining buccaneers threw down their hrnis and begged for mercy Thcyrmlght as well have appealed to a stone wall Ion that as to their 8pan ish captors A short shrift arid a heavy j punishment were promised them in the morilng Meanwhile after a brief struggle the east fort was taken by assault and Braxlllano was wound ed and captured with most ot lila men The town was in theiQj esaloa of thf 15 r rattI T IC S Kansas City Southern Mwajr I d Straight as the Crow FHiu 4 J KANSAS CITY TO THE GULP tL t j PASSING THROUGH A GREATER DIVERSITY OF CLIMATE SOIL AND RESOURCE THAN ANY OTHER RAILWAY IN THE WORLD FOR ITS LEriQTH Along ItR llncane the llnestland3 mttedfqrgmwIng8maIJncers1ai1 it MUon for c ininiercizi apple andpcaeh orchards for other fruits nd 1tet1 nest for commercial cnicloupo potato torh to and general WHit farIcultivation for iePehzntible timber forfor sugar ane and rice nMmg horses males cattle hpg3 sheep poultry sndAngora goats Wrlta for 11Mr1MrlllttHcetrllM FREE GOVERNMENT HOMESTEADS Ie Cfttar UcMUns Irrrce4 rarir Mistral Lands Jtlclaa4I sad TtaiMr- LcKtt Md fw CCIIuSlf Current Events 5IM51 9 trti rtto r Jeeleek KC S Ffnk Reek V- CfeMs roondtrlp hOI 8Eik r5 ticke t s clo rat and third TaMstys Ii aat1s ieACTHE 814LrtT Ltt1 TO THE LAND OF FULFILLMENT eIIjr z xoxxis rsv Paisgt ft a WJLBMXm V a 4 V A Zauu City Mo Zszui CiriK U wr x zozsrx Tray aM iratzaaI LIJ T4 1 DffMOFFETTS CIIIs C hftillu = =i=rwwtu TEZTh1NG POWlIDl A I11I1YI i S hly2Sc at Drustf IIL25c teCJM0ROT LI 5LLUk Mother Httat no lot r hutaav tile JbMA atHf W iff your child as thousand Rmvrdoao by giving titom +i a TKfTHINA Is afr6Wt IHHI iiefroouiitor etfc 1IIfIctstlIt pn ttbaiI r Simul li at lust it was nil over in a quarterl of an hour Instantly the streets were filled with c mob of men women arid children wl oso 1IY93 had been spared bcwll tie ed by tho sudden release from their liDJiIueut peril and giving praise te SIIola the confusion De Lara Inquired for IWhereTobar My ord answered one of the par ty we were directed to take the west fort and those two cavaliers were in the lead but the pressure of the pIrates was so great that we were stopped and have not seen them since They were ahead of us De C rdova cried the old man to one of his colonels takechorgp of the Chjldrennudpatrol the streets unit search every house from top to bottom Let n one of these ruOlanly scoundrels escape Take them alive Well deal with them In the morning Fetch Morgan to tho west fort after us Come gentlemen we shall find Our comrades there and pray God the ladles are still unharm edtSA noble old soldier was DC Lara He had not sought IrIs daughter until he had performed his full duty In taking the town The anteroom of the fort they found in n state of Wild confusion The dead bodies of the sentry and the others the two cavaliers had cut down on the stairs Avcrc ruthlessly thrust aside and the party of gouUeineu with the vice Jvmdo drove mime the nohe Wceuardrroom There on lila back was sjretck ed the hidcoMs hOtly of the half breed wher he had fallen There farther away the unfortunate Do Tobat lay gasping for breath yet making no out UltlIin his tact not due to the vouud he had received but a sight which broke his heart Was DC TobarJ1 cried the viceroy Where la Mercedes J J1iaHroam lay a proetrate body aM eyeeJt bent a moaning sobbing figure It waa Mercedesa Iv s Ornuzn7 1llJ iUiUTIIICGtD st3Eritt pu-ssuMiMi uadis a seaw ssat51easchIargseciesvasss r I1slssthipthra3s1aiidI rdtHw ras ThqawIthse thecunl1rJtdlll t 1M JMo llfOCAU aM Mhrt 1s L This csiiM M bssM JwMilsrnLTimes OLASSCr are ash W T J twitrttti mi Wsasd znss J == =I JNpsl hess a irI aelet 1Tes COitIIraiii I Lau1YtuL1kY 10 stomach Sour pr No p9tH low ot trMfth iwesi MM hWdacha eS1IpsOn bed Wufc gensrl deMttty lOW risinf and eaten It the stomwsh are all dssto jniritiiMiB KMkl C1If JIndiffMttoo ThIs MW diseW ry nproMote lbs natural OM t tton axM ia a haalthy Moa Msy ceee4 th gss kn- oaadnsttucds prapsEs JCoIoI Dj piyHa CuEs doss uot JmnrI41gSdOS anil aytpopaia but this taoioM rwiMdy 5 aU stemsok trOub6tely eaiIy1t ms ar aM aeewjIiisim ta miaeom rteinbranea aasag W Mr S s JU ljW V I twIdIraWIlle Yas t slOOSIaa Jfo av ao D wrrTooiiaA iWANTEojNVENTOR i b5 ks oar oooMiis lilt v bkna 4PoHic fWft INTS 8- TI or AIIi it aclvi e am fIN fry t SWIFT CO- Op JWa 11101 rc PJWevs pul Nul rte ti1ttiMtaeJiUurbkuJ 1 rCOATSrOf1a1 1 car Prk tile sad tlk Ore Ct- DIe c taray epraag tram the w tttlC JttBtmttcocps of the lYeach U kpowu Jt1M courtiers of LdsLy4aIta LQ4ir iXV Bdtlt1e gar at Wa to turn ljAblyer01ve tr t e ftock or tunic wcra la the toovtaeth N1Vwy TIt flret tree of a cutaway Innny tbtaf like Ma preseat form says the ftvrteriaJ Art Mlmal fe seen in old priate eC IrcUct sallltary uniforms euttJ tbe elt teejatk century For r drtttau MM It wasVworn In England about 1785 M a liugcoat the tails beta verf 1f In 1S3 it was adopt ed la PriCe fee walking as well as for rkltfif aiKl was then in shape and cut m ch iiearec the 1erncutnwdy than Ut tiU predecessors though it was vntatty 4oabl breasted Batiy in the nuicteenth century the cutaway Mad eight or nine button- soT lbs fourth flftU and sixth being TWa admitted of the wearer iiIE his neckcloth fancy waist eon awi frlllfd shirt to the heat ad Tect c Not till 1SJO or thereabout Mthe evtaway become almost ideuti wIth tbe modern garment and since tbea the changes In Its shape have been M naively slight in 1841 the wifi cutaway became a fixture In tIM kiagc The ed colonial uniform worn by VraeedBfftOfl with Its flaps buttoned ba ek tbe coat worn by Nelson at the bthe st Vincent the Nile and Trafalf ir and the coat worn by Nape lee when on lila way to St Helena were all in a general way similar to the cutaway frock The conrcntlonal dress coat of our time Is a refined younger brother 08 te apeak of the cutaway frocky audj fee It we are Indebted to the French who on tijg other hand credit the Eng Heh wIth originating the coat that has evolved Into our double breasted frock The that last named was introduced tetb France by Montesquieu in the year 1750 Incidentally we pay add the pres eat black dress cqit has by the Eng Jlsb speakingl nations been restricted to evening wear little more than half a eesturyi In some continental coun fries the dress coat is ploper form foe wear at xjourt or other Important formal assemblages held In the day time The sack coat probably dates from tot Macaronies who Introduced teto Engjantl Ui 1772 though a gar nefit somewhat similar was worn by f Ike Roundheads of Cromwells day POINTED PARAGRAPHS An elderly person is a mighty poor 3dge of a circus We dont blame tire children We havedone worse than kick and scream to have our ways The young bate work but it Is the last pride the lostjoy of the ngedtha- ttheyarblefodoit Sometimes a hostess has this kind of misfortune Her guests have such a good time they dont want to go home Be careful what you say tosome pee pie NBOp second thought we have decided not to use that word aome When a man has a picture taken to- rrU1e first five weeks atterward he spends a great deal of time in takhig surreptitious looks at it and wonder Ing teverione else sees the good points in It so plain to his eyes Atchlson Globe Minute Aatmal Life The microscope teaches tis saysji scientist 1thnt there sire animals so wonderfully minute that if a thousand of them were Yanked abreast they could easIly swim without being thrown out of order through the eye of the finest cambric needle ever made Yet each ot the minute creatures Is a highly organized number of particles I capable of moving about of finding and devouring food and of behaving in 4all respects as becomes an animal as distinguished from a fragment of un organized matter Tile human mind is utterly Incapable ofy realizing the structure of these little creatures and of fally appreciating their marvelous adaptation to the Ute they are des t1JNCi to tead i stock of Dress Goods is including alt the in Plain and Fancy tmob airs Merges Rain Cloth Broad Cloth Prunella Co i t verts etc 1LinensI 60 in bleach TableLinef 50c 54 in bleach Table Linen 40c- iW Finer Satin Damask at 75c 100 a d100l and 1 25 with 1 iW nap ios to match 0 Draperies Cretonnes Tap Ilries Silks lines etc tIf We are agents for The Fay stOcking for Women Misses I and chidren They are the greatest Stockings in the I rtrVt for health comfort I fiwar Do not require 10I supporters Try them I TXTTIIiTII1TKuticky JI There are 106 counties in Ken tacky nd in ninety there are no towns with a greater population than 500 Getting busy hj the Paducab Retail Merchants Association advertising within a radiuS of seventyfive miles Early frosts anaan early winS ter are predicted Thick corn busks seem to be the sign known to farmers Elizah Harrey sixteen years old of Valley View carelessly bandied a revolver Two fingers gone from left hand Annie Lewis Vivion of Har rodsburg an accomplished musician will tour the coming sea son with Bdynton Lyceumi Com pany A bird resembling the wood pecker variety but wifh two beads alive and tibth beads working found in Spencer county rCliau an English bulldog belonging to Henry Jacobs of Jessamine county chewed an arm off Fred sLong a negro chicken thief R L Vinson of Louisa paid 300 for thirty one pounds of ginseng and placed His purchase in the national bank until ready to use feddingtonon a nail and the doctors sawed off the foot because of blood poYouingS Sarah F McDanSel regards marriage a failure 30 far as her husband is concerned She ba jasbsued him for the fourth time for Divorce i At a pie supper given by the Iron lull church Mame Stafford ate fcur pies and fainted on the fifth Shes now called the most pi ous member George Berrys large tobacco barn near Mt Olivet filled with new crop tobacco has gone up in smoke Crib of corn went same way at the same time hell Grover Cleveland a black cat belonging to Henry Grover an Adair county farmer returned home after having been taken seventyfive miles distant Young Grover took Grover out with him to visit grandparents but Grover wouldnt stay Post For All Mot PIlES To draw the fire out of a burn heal a cut withut leaving a scar or to cure boils sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases use De Witts Witch Hazel SaXve A specific for blind bleeding iitching and protruding piles Stops the pain instantly and cures permanently Get the genuine Sold by3il Druggists The Tobacco War Not one pound of tobacco from the present Burley crop shall the Continental get unless they pay us our own price Such is the declar tipn of the managers of tbeBurley Tobacco Growers Association of Kentucky and Ohio which recently organ ized with a capitalization of 1 500000 It is the intention of I 36 in plain and changeable Taffetta Silk 100 to 150 86 in blk Taffeta Silk 75 to 150 FancyPlaid Silks for waistings Plain and Fancy Plaid Mercerized waistings 85 to 50c Wo are sole agents for the Hart Marx and clothing for men and Thtf Perfection clothing for bcs There is none better than these Mens Corduroy Suits 5 Mens Cordurcy Coats 2 50 Mens Cassmera Coats 2 Biys Cordurojr Suits 250 =We have the exclusive sale of W L Douglas sand Kneeland Line shoesfor men and Krip pendorf Dittman Cos for womenand they are unequal ed for style and wear We also have hesale of the heavy wa ter proof shoes for men Ev ery pair guaranteed waterproof See them before you buy your winter shoes r the Association to take every j pound of tobacco it can buy ir respective of its membership dry and store iy and then hold it until the demand of the tobacco factories makes its sale impera tive In the meantime all the independent companie and such factories as are not incorporated with the trust will be supplied with all the tobacco they requite This means that from 14 to 15 cens per pound must be paid for it The Association is Under contract to give IP cents to its members and as the frying and storing will cost another 2 cents it is estimated that from 2 to 3 cents additional on each pound Will bs required to pull the Association out The success that is yet to come depends upbn the ability of the Association tId hold the crop If it can be suc cessfully held and the promoters now claim that it can then the for 2 years hence will be under its control and the claim is made that the tight against the trust is Leader Pall ffTiwio Meanio are these lines from J H Sim mobs of Casey la Think what might haye resulted from his terrible cough if be had not taken the medicine about which he writes 1 had fearful cough that disturbed my Lights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I tool Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Colds which completely cured me Instantly relieves and perma nently cures all thrdat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneu monizu At Haydons pharmacy guaranteed 50c and 100 Trial bottle free A PERFUME THAT SMELLS The Awful Odor That Cornea From Pure Attar of ROBCB The perfumer took from his desk a small flask of copper lIn 0asks like this attar of roses comes to us he said Attar of roses Is worth from 10 to 25 an ounce ac cording to the market This flask empty now but in it a HtJIe odor still lingers The visitor smiled delightedly He had never smelt pure attar of roses before XbWitheunscrewed the stopper and closing his eyes with an ecstatic look he applied his nostrils to the flask But only for an instant Then he threw back his head twisting his features into a grimace of disgust and ha exclaimed Garbage Bone yards Glue factories The perfumer laughed All essential oils smell like t athesaid Yet no good perfura9 can be made without them He took from a shelf a cut glass Jar filled with a thick yellowish oil that looked like petroleum partly refined In this Jar he said there are forty ounces of pure attar of foses worth over 500 You knov how the Attar smells alone Now watch me make a rich perfume by adding things to it lie put a few drops of the attar into a vial He filled the vial with spirits of musk another of orris then one of orangeIItexquisite2 There he said smell that Isnt Exquisiter said the Visitor Well without its foundation of the malodorous and costly attar of roses it wouldnt smell any better than a plate ot ioiuzew York Herald I iiNew Goods Now Styles New Prices tw have just received and are now showing the largest and 4 iys1ected stock of goods shown in our town iDr fOur Stockings Silksi Clothing Schaffoer tWellworthj Shoes Hippopotomous wonLexington Outings I A great assortment of Out i iings Fleecedowns and Flan cnelletts in Stripes Figured and Japanese effects 5 7f 1tol5c Underwear Our stork of Underwear is s complete in every respect Womens Vest and Pants 25c 35c and SOp Womens Union Suits 50c 75c and 1 Mens V heavy ileeced shirts and v drawers 50c 75candllt Mens all wool sWrts and drawers 1 Boys and Misses shirts and drawers 25 and 50 cents Boys and Misce Union suits 125 35 and 50 cents Blankets 4 We can make especially llow 1lap1 p before the advance and will give our trade the advantage of the old prices Weirearnestlyr solicit an inspection of ounsStpck before purchases vmakingYoUJFaII I t i m Cunningham Duncan J I isYELLOWSTONE PARK 12 c 32 Lieui Will Reed Writes of the Beauties of That S Great Wonderland o o o Ft Yellowstone Wyoming September 26 1905 One must see Yellowstone Park before being able to then even partly appreciate its beauty Any description that I might undertake would shortcoming and hardly stimulate you fpr a sight of the realities f this the proper called Wonderland of America A few days ago I stood on a little nook ot ground near the jurcdon of the Firehole and Gibbon River and looked at a shaft upon which an iinscription read This marks the camping place of the Washburn expedi tion who in 1872 first conceived the idea converting this immediate territory into a National Park Even to these men whom that early day of the West were accustomed to mountain scenery to rugged cliffs and jagged peaks to cascades arid waterfall men who had stalked the Elk and Deer and fired the deadly shot at Mountain Lion and Grizzly hey recognized that the t Boiling Geysers the Paint Pots of white and pink and blue and the deep and nar row canyons frescoed by nature with themost royal colorings marked a wonderland Not only is it the natural scenery but the animal life which to many is the Yellow stone most attractive This is the only spot in America and one of thetew on earth accessa ble to the ordinary man where the big gam roams his natiye heath undisturbed Tbe American Ijuffalathat until within the last quarter of century sometimes blackened the plains of some western States has retreated and perished oefore tho hand of civilization until ther only remain ing specimens outside of dip tivity are a small bunch of less than an hundred that range in the park The Big Horn Moun lain sheep have always been known as the most wiley animal Plentifuljgameit enced hunter with lots of patience to get a specimen Year by year they grow less in numbers a few places along the top of the Rocky Mountains hereand there onos seen The only flock of consequence live just over Mount Everets within five miles of Ft Yellowstone The Mountain Goat is even more scavce than sheep and probably no where in North America save a few that inhabit the most finaccessable points in the park can they be found The same is not true with Elk and Deer and Antelope and Bear Mountain Lion Timber Wolf etc all of which seem to flourishunder protection Itmay sound strange but its true that all of the plateaus thrqughout the park remote from traversed routes are thick with antlers shed by Elk and Deer from spring to spring Their numbers in the park would have to be counted by thousands Quite frequently in winter their car casses can be found showing signs of having been killed by lion scf much sOthat lately the authorities have been trying to exterminate the lion During the warm weather its practically impossible to get awayIthe snow flies they are hunted with dogs a cross of blood hound and fox hound Now wouldnt some of those old fox hunters through Kentucky prick up their ears to hear a dog cry and know that he Was on a lions trail This has been the greatest season Jar tourist that YeJ1ow ston Park has ever known The Amercan people seem to have awakened to the idea that they had best see their own country before going abroad and this year has seen thous ands of people not only from this country but from alt over the civilized and parts of the uncivilized world touring the park To those who might think that things would grow monoto nous after spending week or ten days I1 could tell them ola prominent New York man and wife who have nad the advan tage of very extensive foreign trayel who said to me that they had been here five times within past six years and unless some thing prevented would return for a month or so next season I know the weakness of some people about Springfield and s them my very dcares rO friends tIcant helpl telling about the fifth in ths park Right now I can see them not the fish sitting on the wet bank of Chaplin in the vicinity of Tahatn Springs or on the Beech about Frederickstown or Maud with a grasshopper or chunk of beet hung onto their line waiting for hours for a nibble frcm a fish who is only joking never expects to bite Now mno fisherman they wont bite for me besides I have been bdsy with other things most of my life but I live with Dr Manley who by the wayi a Ken tuckianthiswiU appeal to Judge Selecmanwho is a fish erman moreover Manteys father was the Rev Dr Manley onca President Georgetown college and of course the Judge knows that Manley under those circum stances would not lie A few days ago Manley remarked at luncheun that he was going fish ing that aternoonj during dinner he came in and I said any luck He remarked No not much they have quit biting got thirtysix but dont think the biggest one weighs over four pounds Dutch Brown still with me I W O REin Asloniste Incident It was to all her friends an astonishing incident that Mrs I B Burnt of Lime Ridge Wis was cured of her dreadful sick ness Doctors she writes had given me up friends were ready to bid m the last fare well clouds of despair darkened my horizon and I was a wreck on the shores of despondency when I began to take Electric Bitters for my frightful stomach and Jiver complaint To the aston ishment of all I was benefited at once and am now completely and miraculously restored to health At Baydons pharmacy price SOc guaranteed r Red Call Case Mercer countys famous calf case has been settled Two years ago Mr George Woods and Mrs AlmrdiaBrown who live on ad- joiningi farms near Talraage eachowned a red calf The two animals ran together in the Salt river bottom One day one of the calves disappeared and the other one went over to Mrs BrownsJpace Mr Woods con tended that it was his calf that had wandered over to his neigh bors but the lady was just as persistent that it was her prop erty Finally the matter got into Judge Roachs court and each claimant brought up about 2G witnesses to prove that it was fh irca1f but the jary was unable to determine whose calf it was and hung tight Last week Mr Woods and Mrs Brown talked the matter over and decided to arbitrate and each signed an agreement to abide by the decision the Joser to pay all cost So Messrs W J Hanna Robert Sea and Robert Clemmons three of the best and most sub stantial farmers in the county were chosen as arbitrators and after hearing both sides decided that the calf belonged to Mr Woods We are told that the calf is now worth about 15 and that the cost will probably foot up in the neighborhood or 150 Arbitration is the best way in therwdirid to settle disputes and it iis to be rgrettedthat in this case it was nut adopted at first UnO ColdanffRo1Iiei The seasons first cold may be slightmay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer iiiwill bqmore troublesome too Un necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SOOTTS EmULSIOJ I when colds abound and youll have no cold Takeit when the cold is contracted and it checks inflammation heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sjunplc SCOTT I BOWNE Chefete 44li Purl 4rw4aatN MdiuUlIIt 1j I 1rTi 1YIi The Iowa dalf case was in court for 30 years and the ccst footed up 14000 and in Madison coun tv this state a calf suit cost 1260 Earrodsburg Herald IJo You Want Slrentb If you want to increase yonr strength you muflt add to tnd not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimllatedandapprorrlted by the nerves blood and tisanes before being expelled from tbe intestines Kodoll Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical l It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system It pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of digea tants that will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all or Its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by all Druggists Willisburg Del yedt Mrs Nora Poster and little daughter Thelma left last Mon day for ChicagQ will make their Whoerethey Miss Annie Mcllvoy visited her au it Mrs ivlollie Noel Ilast week IrC C Fosteraud wile were in pur town Sunday Miss Verna Rogers yisited at Penwick Saturday and Sunday i I iis Corn Trent and Mrs P eobe Harlowa have returned from Louisville with their stocks of mllinery goods and are now ready to receive their customers sufierlngIfrom an attack of in amatory rheumatism His two little sons who were ill of diptheri the past week are convalescent Mr and Mrs Poranklin of Anderson county were the guests of their daughter Mrs L W Sutherland fora fow days llast week Mrs Tom Trent of Kirkland was the guest of her son J M Trent Monday Cleo Dameree is visiting his aunt Mrs A B Wells Mrs Amanda Hyatt and Ida Wells spent last PridayatBirch wfod the guests ot Mrs Mijler Birch i Mcs John Seareyand daughter ouiseJof Springfield visited Mrs W W Hyatt last week Tile Orninal- Foley Jk Co Chicago Qriginated I oney and Tar as a throat and lung r medy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are Offered for the genuine ASktIOr Jfoleya I onev andTar and refuse any sub s itute offered as no other preparation vill give the same satisfaction It is ildly laxative It contains no opiates nd is safest for children and delicate ersons For sale by The Red CrosS tug Stor 1 PUBLIC SALE Of the Residence of Sidney Green Deceased Wewill on SATURDAY ocT 8th 1905 at 2 oclock p m of er for sale to thehighest bidder he beautiful new 10 room resi ence located on South side of ast Main street in the town of Springfield Ky This is one of the most desira le homes in Springfield being lew and up to date in every re jjpect Mr Green having had it Duilt under his own supervision ttncl using nothing but the very best material that money could buy This house has bath rooms both on first and second ifaors electric lighls all over the hoSise a splendidcellar large fron and back porches 6 llarge closets and china cabinet stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new irop fence has concrete walk in front and around house yard nicely set in bluegrass and nice thrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location near graded school and a place that is complete in every respect At same time and place we will offer for sale the lQt adjoining this propertyfronting on Main Street 60 feet and running back to the branch about 225 feet We will also sell a lot or house hold furniture The sale wilttake place at the house Terms made known on day of sale For further information all on or address C A Green J 0 McElroy Administrators ISidney green Pmidenilal Ele tiouwill male no cac No matter which candidate is elec ted Foley Honey and Tar will re main the pepples favorite remedy lor coughs colds and incipient consump ont It cures colds quickly and prevent pneumonia r1 Nusbaum Batesvlllo Ind writes IsuiTered for three mouths with a severe cld A druggist prepared me some medicine and It physician prescribed for Hieyet I did sot jmprovt I th a trkd Tokys Honey ABd Tar and eight doses cured we Sold by The Red Crots THog Store Tw r Ctrd YrII The protracted meetingi at- oiiCorntshyille clcsed F day morning of last weeK The baptism occu iDgat 9 oclock and the closing serviCes following The pastor Rev Reed was assisted by Rev J H Burdine ofMt Eden Spencer county whO t ld most earnestly the story 4of the Cross and the Lord honored his word Eight precious souls were enabled to follow the Saviour and were baptised in Chaplin river at Cornishvilie A surprise birthday dinner was given on Thursday the 28th inj honor of the 65th birthday of Mrs Mary Elizabeth Perkins at her old home in Card well now occupied by her son Mr IE T Perkins The dinner was pre pared along with the perfect sur prise by her children namely j Mesdames M A Perkin Ara Gardner and Ada Tatum and Messrs L E and E T Perkins Fiftyone were fed aftthe well served and bountiful dinner which consistsdin shortof every thing that was good The pre seating by the children of an elegant ring was indeed very nice and all goes to show love atid respect f randaged mother We can never have but one mother aodilhere js no other can take the place of mother After dinner a deyotional exercise led by Rev Summers ana followed by a handshake com pleted the aay that will long be remembered by those presedt Your correspondent was glad in deed to be present and say with the many friends may the Lprds richest blessings rest upon the mother and may she be spared yet many and useful years Messrs John Wheeler and Walter Lambert are in from Ill Mr Sabe Busby was the guestl at Mr Goldman Pattersons Thursday night Rev Summers began a series of meetings with his church at Patham Springs on Monday night He is to be assisted by Rev R L Pnrdom of Mackville Several from this place atteu ded the dedication of the New Reformed church at Mackville MrWm Smmers8Jid wifeof Spencer county visited his brother Rev Summers and fam Hy llast week Married on the 26 at 3 oclock p m at the home of Rev Summers Mr Will Wood and Miss Audie PInkston The bride is ai charming young lady of Ash brook while the groom comes from Ill May their life be long and happy On the 27th at 5 orclockp m at Rev Summers Mr Henry Satterly was married to Miss Hannah Robinson Young people of the Tablow vjcin ity Congratulations and best wishes E jG Holiday bought from Wj B Hatchett 6 heifers at 2J cents me1fromcents aLd from N B Royalty 2 heifers at 2f cents and from W L Graham five cows at 2tcentsi T H Pinkston from J4 A Ky ler 20 ewe lambs at a 50 per head and from Will Haj s 21 ewesat450 per head E T Perkins horse for 45 and a pony for 20 SIMPLE SIMON p Has Slid the Test A Washington Sunday news paper pays the following de served compliment to Senator Blackburn It isa pppular pastime to lampoon the United States sen ate because black sheep have been found in it The unthink ing critic ttacks the senate utterly ignoring the fact that the Tfce Mai Hare Xiftaty TrniU dDontXiiowit Xow To 1ful0tit Fill avboltlft or common glass with your nuttr and let It stand twentyfour hours a seoUment or set tHnf indt ateaanu- nhealthyj condI lion of the kid nays if It stain Uvfour linen it II evidence of kidney trouble too frequent desire to pass It or pain in the b Is a1 convincing proof that the Jddntyi and wb ider are out of order Wkattse There Is comfort in the Jknowl 3fe often expressed that Dr Kilmers Swamp Root the treat kfdney remedy fulfill every wish in curing rheumatism palntin the back kidneys liver bladder and every pert of the urinary passage It corrects Inability to hold water and scalding pain In pasclaf It or bad effeeti following use of liquor wia4orbeerandpvereofnes that unpleaaaat necessity of being compelled to jo eftea during the day and to jet up many ttmee awing the night The ralW ana the eatra ordinary effect of Swae f tli aeeei reelizeof It studs the hifheet for its woe derful cures ol the moM elstreeeinf class Kyo need a medicine you abould have the boat SdIdbyer frietBin50caadKalMe You may have a aample bottle of tide wonderful discovery and s book that lift mels ititbthatfell bmsU- esWr Kum stsv- co aeoimtofl y wwritingrn- eeoitrathtIrrouO1n ttspmpN toJbtcemlnnowise epg8ible for their ae thyfortunately t retain in what is known am lK higher branch of coors a B an who refiecfcai credit upon his Sate Mr Blackburn bj Mia through all kinds of has been faithfil taland feas pierforileityhe owed Jo the State ad the L na ollTbEJe may ben ia Kentucky who could after rrsrof service reach the dtinguish ri 7 jluackbu11erl 1 iJtheJstroytheJ JtquiredJt cosu1IflrILIMILi AtFoleySiltopestoeotlslMptlYeby disease in thelalvaBcedstagesr Imttf l looeJoleIJneyand s itstops the ra kiag cough and aoothes the inflamed fiir passages giviBjfthe j- a chance to hal aed area ia ue ad vanced stage it alwayt girt coarfoct and relief A A HerrcB iff Fisch fArk writes uFol y Ko cy a iTar is the beat eparation foe ciaaisd 4 langtronbl I know that Ithas cure consumption in the Irst stegee Sold byThe Red Croes Dtvg Store IICMMKpket Walter Iieach aged tai P eight a br keman on tbW O1fS OTP freight betwjw I4x ington and Someratt wac crushed so badly while swikhimg cars at Bo en station yesterday Jmorning bout 1190 ociock lthat be die abpit an hour after JvU lj r wards while being reiqred W tDanville The injured mam ws L sent here iiI med iatelyan UM J accident fdr medical atte ti6r L bu t died wJ tie beinjriMrrMir fhj from the rain to the ta4MM fIDs remains wereMDtw bw tt home in L in trion tbe iOr j i tt rstoryLeach wi riding a car oM a I side mad sad wa haoging cm the side Ha faileel to m t 1 another ar t approach iig fl1Wt the oppos te direction al In f body ing two a fHI f r voca f j i pibiic s Ie If Stec aM ClIJIi diif1J f Tbur day ctobe12 t on on tDeginnt toffer for sale W the ugtj H bidder tlie foilowiMgi propet vII fOne bay horse8 jears l4 iky horse 30 years old soirel Jwrte fi 3 years c d black borN 31 Jitolold blacl 5 ioid Lold in foilb3 B Lt4ibvsaas thorse 1 Fork Mare 9 yean p 63tsorrel year kJi by jack fQr aiN ifim lff frAilChcoI6exka lsteehead of QbOlb batcber heifer T yearling steers 21 fippd stock ewes 2 g ood btki 1 tbovoagbi bred Dur w oir18 moolb qidii Poland Ubina Sow 9 pif r X sows aid 11 sbxute tire IMMb sidlk bxgs Ii loo i1Hwhet TERMS oAt1 asas ol 10ad under cat ballOVctbaias OB a credit Qf 9aostkjjthimi terMtfrcMi iate v SEDsiGJ J R 0JL i Tttacciikllc LtotM SUut L M Pltiladelphia LtAycH J h Inthpth4sCt ett o Vl t J Ibe IJwted fttetee iicoflapeiitof jfckej sithis tjb if try growi i yuiiy half ofj ttei w cMra ppJ There wte aaiJleo iesi 60 per ctt In UM Je dsvo to the tqb oOPJa1r1900 eto 1 ysiis ofor S z IbacoO inafactrs 1O 1 1283076546 The reiui I v rived byjtfee Feieral fovejmi the i e4 tear Iro tobacco t5A32A0I gireerfcki thai r1bt wiy WODah7ftbii aowosaivs by France i b to4el gndM reveiiM Ivomtobs tal08I00Q govevabIt i lita aol dlac1o tho4Uxea o tobejcoo save bd ay affect upon tbe pec eapita oo UleifCATOaM fli KW Yw tan Be rethe tare Q- r OR JM BURTON MIWbCNT DEMTWT LTEETHEXTIACTED WITHOUT PAIN OWK Kf JNockp stairs BRRINGF1ELD KY Ii I I Pcfttal Work Strictly Firstclass J j D R JJ H LAMPTON J V OFFICE kpIlios Tj HLWFOR1GSBY ATiTCHlMEYAT LAW poyseOp1s Bank1 SPRINGFIELD KY t J BV BbBlKDB M W FyATT j 0 RiBARDSHYATTkysiis 4 dffefrOBxt to Jerk Office IaI DRJlff HOPPER 4ITsJ4IANi4 PHONES Office Over Office t7 Hagans Grocery etWM 71 dAMES GRAVES tf PRACTICAL latc ll erlJ4Jetelerc I Carrie a linepf Watches Clocks and Jewelry Repairing Spe 1ciftlt3ropposite Presbyterian church Springfield Ky DR I F TRUSTY PRACTCALn DENTISTOJIicc Dental work atraasonable prices All work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KYG JOHN Y MAYES p t o FUHEfiOidtCTOR AID LICENSED EMBALNEH TELEPHONE e DAY193RIQI4T 74- SPM6FIEID KT ji Railroad SchedulecFollowing is the time schedule now iin effect onthe Eald townI 4anc1 Springfield branch railrOad No 41 Leayes Louisville ati 410 pm Bardstown Junction r 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Spriogfield 645 pm No 42 Leaves Springfield att 530 am Bardstown 6ilXam Bards6wn Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 7 55 gm- x No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 anh Bardstown Janction 980 am Bardstpwn 1115 aml arrives at Springfield 1240 pjm- No 44 Leaves Springfield a 120 pm Bardstown 23tp4n1 Bardstown JUt tion 435 p to arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 Sundays only Leaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction1F 1S4 am arrives at Louisville I5Lm No 91 SundaysonlyLeaves- Loui8villiat 6 pm Bardstowjn JmmctioD 650 pm Bards town 735 pm arriyes Springfield 825 pm Notice All parties knowing themselves indebted to Sidney Green de ceased either by note or ac t count will please call and settle same at once All parties hay lug claims against said Sidney t Green will present them prop erly proven to us on orbefore theist dayof November 1905 C A Green J C McElroy Administrators of Sidney Green deceased C KiutiTB laicCoifoiialilc Inciptefit coasuraption is cured b Toteys HoM y md Tar but we do not boHc t fake bopea to consumptives It cki lng tbUt will cure this dread i dJiMMe In tbeaivanced stages but iff lib Ias arenottoohr gone Foley a c1 and Tar will effect a cure as iit top theracking cough and soothes j iaftataed aVpacM es giving them Tsbuce to beala d eYRin the adl vaqced Mafw it always fire FilbArkiis the best preparation foe coughs and lung trouble 1 know that Itfiat cared consumption in the flrttt sUgeft Sold byTbe Bed roe Dry fiHfiHHiifiN fififi firi fit- iIT lItLocal tIappenIns of Interest1 I i U 11 li c the H FreShest and M tstii I iII 1 c MM 8 i i New macaroni at McElroy Bros grocery Born to Mr and Mrs Leonard Baker on Sept 30 a son FOR sALE 6000iobacco sUcks at 16 per 1000 if P Pettus About 80 bushels of seed ryea for sale Dr John Deboej For good meats go to Carpen ters butcher shop He handles only the best j breadijsat McElroy Bros j Freslj oysters received Thurs day evening at McElroy Brosa pcry J nTiyitea A halfpound paccage for 0 cents McElroy Bros Seats are on saeattneKed Grojs Drug Store for Eilers Rip Van Winkle Co at Opera House Friday October 13v TAKEN UpOn my place a howl allingand paying charges niM ONAT ITh latest thin incndies is i Hildreths OriginalVelvet in 10p and 25 cent packagesgMcElfpy Brothers a Mr Prank H dwho lives below fown was thrown from a- oie on Monday and was- everely bruised btjit fortunately i o bones were broken The young son of Mr Ed- o Graves who lives nbar Mackville fell from a barn lop on Monday morning and broTJej his leg DrdRoBards attended pim t All kinds of rep 1ringdo le at eo B Taylor shop from fiathhingbicycle He also itfeeps all kinds supplies for anyi kind of sewing machine McElroy Bros hive just opened a nice line of Olives Olive Oil Hirschs Picklesi Tomato Catsup Salad 1resf3ingandII other nice things for the table Give them a calli Ba rry Gambal son of 1r George Gambel was married ini the county clerks office onTues day to Miss Annie Smith Rev W H Williams of the Springfield Baptist church performed the ceremony Rip Van Winke will be preI sented at the Opera House Fri lay October 13 by EilersVg coinpany A handsomely uni formed military band and or chestra is a pjrdminent feature and novel speeialties will be introduced Free barid concert at noon Atthe r cent meetirg of the Fiscal court itll was decided to buy a rock crusher andC H cCarty repTesenting the Indiana Road Machine Cois here now negotiating for thp ale of a crusher to the county By using a crusher the working of the turnpikes will be greatly facili Tated A little daughter of Mrl Ben Simms had the misfortune to step on a threaded needle the head penetrating the foot over an inch The needle was drawn out of the foot aittton e by means of the thread but erysipelas der veloped and the child has been in a very critical condition though is somewhat improvediI today The housetohouse primary which wasjheld last week in the Willisburg North Magisterial district resulted in Nrtnro Hen dren beiIg the winner by 16 votes over Harlow for the Republican nomination for Justice of the peace Mr Bryant from the North district is claiming the nomination made at a convention at TathamSprings several weeks ago and would not go into thE- y primary Edwin Cyclone Sou hers has been engaged to open the series of the lectures which are to be given here this winter and will appear at the Opera House on the evening of October 23d in his masterpiece entitled Iff rJl1rJ stands at the fQj14 e order when he appears here Seats on sale at the Red Crpss Drug Store There ws an exciting little time at Frederickstown on last Saturdaroyer the election of school trustees The two gentlemen to win are Sam Hall ajad Tom Montgomery and their opponents were Alex Thompson and D Mudd The revival services in progress at the Baptist church increase m interest from day to day The TaylorImany conversions to religion nd accessions to the church The s rvicSwill close Friday ight On October 2nd Mr Walter W Baker of Mackville was married to Miss Harriett M Bayless of Bloomington Illinois The cere mony was performed at thatI place by the Rev Wm Ross Loyd Mr Baker was born and raised in this community and as many friends here The bride is the only daughter oflfrI and Mrs J P Bayless wealthy armers living South of Bloom ington She is a highly accom lshed young- lady being a- rd1uate of the music depart men of the Wesleyan University t BIQomington Mr and Mrs Bake arent present at the home of Mir akers parents hut later will probably make their home in Lexington tJrs Missouri A Price wife f Mr W fc Price died at her home here oV Tuesday evening at 10 octockof a cOmplication of eises in thfe 79th year of her age The de eased was born and reared in Non county and had only been Irving Jn Spring eld since lastwwirker entshe and her aged husband moved here from Bardstown so as to be near their son Mr A L Price of this place Mrs P ice was a woman of fine characteV and had been a faithfuland devoted wife and ihother She is survived 3by her husband and two sons C L Price of this place andJL B Price of Daviess county The remains were taken to Bardstown this morning for burial l After about ten days illness Eugene Hendrickst Carter the little Son of Rev J W Carter and wife passed away attheir home in Lexington October 5th one year and ten months of age The little ones death was wholly unexpected by the parents and relatives and was a great shock to them The remains were brought from Lexington Monday afternoon and taken to Mr J S Yankey father of Mrs Carter Tuesday afternon The funeral service was conducted at the Methodist church Mackville b Rev Baker the pastor assistedI by Rev Hughes President pf Asbury College Wilmore The remains were interred in Peters cemetery The young parents have the deepest sympathy of a host of friends in this county Death of Mrs Goatley 1- Mrs Rebecca A Goatldy one of the oldest residents of the county died at the home of her neice Mrs Charles ponahoe near town on Monday mornin r of the infirmaties of old age The deceased was 89 years oldI and was the widow of the late Thomas Goatley who was a well known farmercitizen of the county She was a woman o fine Christian charactei and herl life was spent in doing goodi deeds for others Mrs Goat IT r4- f t t t 1tf 1 i AND tFriday arid Sattirday Our old customers and friends who may be + come customers are invited to see our new line of Fall and Winter hats now on display tSJ f I Knott Millinery Coo Peoples Bank Building J leys maiden name was Mock she being a daughter of the late Reuben Mock and a sister of thiscOunty1Thefuneral the Presbyterian church this place on yesterday morning and the remains were laid to rest on cemetery hill Death of Mrs McKenna Mrs Martha McKenna one of the oldest and most respected ladies of Springfield died at her home here Monday afternoon at about 4 oclock after an illness of several weeks Her death was due to the infirmities incident to old age she laving been in failing health for several years Mrs McKenna was 82 years of age and was born and reared in Springfield Her maiden name was Craycroft she being aI member pf the wellkuown family of that name who were among the eailier settlers of Springfield The deceased was twice married but never had any chil dren He first husband was John Stark who died about the year 1856 Later on she was Iwhoyears Since the death of her last husband Mrs McKenna had Wlth1herTheir home was one whose latch string ever hudg outside for their friends and all who needed sympathy and more sub stantial help Mrs McKenna was a woman of tender sympathies enterinir into the sorrows and joys of all of her friends and always evin cing a kindly interest in all that concerned the welfare of her friends and neighbors No appeal fur help was ever made to her but was granted In so far as her ability would permit Her life SherYOuthlllike pomise maturity summer time with its fullness of realizations and old age like the autumn when the harvest is owjr she waited patiently for the Master to garner her soul in ike GreatBeyond onyeslterda morning from nic church of which the deceased as a devout member PERSONAL Mr C C lcChord and wife rare in Louisville Will F Simms has gone to Owensboro for avisit Conrad HertleinX was in Lebanon yesterday on business Mr H P McChdrd and wife are visiting relatives m Lebanon 7i1Mrs Lizzie Durrept was in Louisville the first of lira week Miss Florence Ed len enter tattled at euchre Tuesday even ing Mrs T J Phillips of LoW Ky is the guest of Mrs MI Searcy V Mrs Nannie Simms and inLouisIIe rlM Frank Lewis of Addison visited friends here the first of the week OOOO School Supplies S Bring your list of school requisites here 1We not only have the largest of everything for school work but will sayeyOu money on your purchases 1We will give special prices if you will 4 buy the bulk of your supplies at one time 4 I We haye all the Tedf RooKs J 1 7 v for alll the grades Tablets spates peqcilsG pens ink rulers school bagStllunch 1boxe j etc HAYDONS CORNER DRUG sTaR l Mrs Irvine Wimsatt has re tamed from a visit to friends IDrwW Louisville s inI Ray and vife are g jests of friends hereto day Thursday J Mis S J Cannon of Elkton is visiting at the home of Mr j Conrad Hertlein Mrs Sam Dorfey ofEdicborg Ind visited her cousin Mrs H D Stiles last week tMrMloosa Ala guest of tfriendsMiss Catherine Russel spent last Sunday visiting her sister Miss Emma in Louisville Mr F R Neale and wife spent the latter part of last week in Nelson county visiting Mr W C Rogers and wife of Lebanon were guests of Mrs Fred Hagan last Shriday Mr and Mrs Wallace Brown ofBardstown attended the Will iams reunion last Friday liss Maymie McElroy of Lebanon visited the Misses Kate and Annie Mayes Wednesday Mfi and Mrs William Houston of Taylorsville are visiting their diughter Mrs T D Wells Mrs Joseph R Claybrooke lor Hatrpds Creek visited friends e the later part of last weeks IMr Joseph White of Shelby yule Ill who has been visiting his aunt Mrs M L Searcy has r urned to his home Dr J B RoBards and AH Shultz went o Harrodsbnrg Thursday and from there to Lexington Friday to see the trots Mrs Blackburn of Louisville and Mrs Mclntire of Bardins Greek are visiting at the home 10ff Mr Taylor Spaulding- Mr W E Leachman and sister Elizabeth spent Sunday With their sister MrsjJ B Hill at Lebanon Mrs James Phillips Jr and Mrs Bettiei Murray of Lebanon spent Sundaywith Mrs A R Shultz Mrs Peter Shehan of Maid and daughter Miss Josephine visited Mrs R C Boblitt the first df the week Misses Sallie and Lena Yan key of Lexington and Rena and Andrew Yankey came from Lexington with Mr Carter and wife to the funeral of little Eugene Carter Mrs George Tu ker ente taincd a number of young people last Friday evening with- Sjider a web party in honor of Misses MirandaTucker and Louise Settle The house was beauti fully decorated with golden rod and other yellow autumn flowers and foliage Miss Tucker was gowned in yellow chiffon over yellow silk Miss Settle wore white net over green silk The color effect was also prettily ob served in the refreshments s served which did credit to the culinary accomplishments of the hostess Mr Harry Reed was the first to unravel the tangled web and was presen teda box of candy The guests work Misses Flora Mudd Katie Cam Lizzie Waters Florence Edelen Jennie McCabe Miranda 1ucker Louise Settle Messrs Joe Clements James Clements Will Leo hman W D Clay brooke Gnm Wood Dr Cr mr Harry Reed irds brFndumllrn AH coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are qnfckly cured by One Minute Coujjh Cure Clears the phlegm draws out inflammation and heas and soothes the affcctert parts strengthens the lungs vrcrdd off pnonmonla Harm less and pleasant to take pold by alli druggists lttard Iti TkaRkSa I desire to thank my friends and neighbors who kindly ren dered assistance tome during and after the destruction pf my orne by tire I Very Truly LYTLEKA irrrfATALLY HURT Prank Beaven Loses His Life In a Flaming Mill Accident I Frank W Beaven the well known carpenter and citizen ifJthe town died at hishome here Tuesday afternoon from the effects of injuries received whi e- atI work in the planing mill of Marks green on Monday morning Mr Beaven was at work at a small circular saw cutting out some light timber He had just passed a plank through the saw and instead of onIcaught one the pieces and attempted to pull it back towards him through the t same space it had passed while being sawed The plank waSJ moved a little out of line and fell t against the rapidly revolving t i terriffic1force i j end striking him in the abdomen knocking him several feet away A heavy case watch which h wore in the watch pocketof his- rouers was bent all out of shape by the blow Mr Beaven al- hough suffering intensely was able to walk to his home sometime after the accident but his condition was pronounced dangerous by the physicians He was suffering from a serious in ternal injury and the doctors thinkhe died from internal hem Orrhage He was concious ale most to the end Frank W Beaven was born on a farm near Springfield 51 years ago and was a son of Charles Henry and Emma Beavefl who have both been dead for a number of years Mr Beaven is survived by his wife who was a Miss ONeal and two married daughters Mrs J C Mudd and Mrs Walter Janes A brother Joe Beaven is the only other near relativesur viving Frank Beaven was a bighearted genial man who had many friends He waS a hard worker and prpvidedwell for his family The funeral will take place from the Catholic church at this place at 10 oclock this morning The Dn fialIFoley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedy and on account of the great merit and popularity of Foley s Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for Foleys HORQV and Tar and refuse any substitute offeree is no other preparation will diVe the same satlafkction Itis mildly laxa iyeIi contains no opiates and Is safest for children and delicate persons For sale bv The Red Cross Drugstore Family ReiRioii Communicated The members of the Williams family elebrated their annual reunion last Friday Oct 6 at the home of Mr Walter Williams near Springfield The occasion was one of pleasare and enjoyment although absent ones were missed and a shadow of regret for a time mayhave dimmed the happy scene A grand dinner had been prepared of courseand we can imagine how much that was enjoyed by all In the af ternoon business was taken up and disposed of the family deciding to meet next year at the home of Dr T D Williams in Bardstown May tney have many such meetings These present were Mr and Mrs jS WJ Mr and Mrs4 J Rt Mr and Mrs J Bj Rev Jas Williamsj of Shiloh Dr and Mrs T D Williams Mr Wallace Brown and wife of Bardstown Mr C M Williams and wife Mesdames Kate Williams Eliza Mitchell R H Williams Lydia Walker Laura Lee Margaret Peters J N Hays MisSes Lydia and Katy Rubel Williams Anna Petersi i Logan and ReedCr Thomas Marshall Williams THE TATTLERS Farm For Sale 50 acres of land on Lebanon pike t mile from town good im provements Private sale Q W STALLINGS Full ofTranc Icallillz are these lines from J H Situ monsjOf Casey Ia Think what might haye resulted from Ms terrible cough if he had pot taken the medicine about which he writesrClhadJfarfutcough that disturbed ny eights rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until I took Dr Kings New Discover for Con sumption Coughs and Cods which completely cured me1 instantly relisvu and iermt jientlytcares alt throat and luag sespresOgripndfleu- moii AtB y4QBLi pbrma Y guaranteed 5Qc ana 1JOOX Trial bottle I T1jiLT1 l = tfff BRING Yo URT jlOjJ g riiIfi J Jitl1 i l Lr1 XIi i ftrvtTII Ik YJ1 it ik itfit iilli m r fIT l Red Cross Drugg SStore6 a fl1 ONLTS THE PUREST iri vJrn m DRUGS USED r I Prompt and Carefu1tAfteIJtioIi t fV ittlJI ovenprC criPtionfdJTt tIf1m DayorAight11- gl 111 l l i 1 1tl Day Phone 89 tm tTI ft Night Phone 106 I r f OOOOQOOOO OOQ0 QC QOHKKi 1 COMINGIIlf ti r 8 OniOctobetlO Next Wednesday JQt QjMrand Suit Factories in the EiUt will be at our sto rewiUl his full Hue of Man Tailored + f Ladies Suits Skirts 11 n Raincoats and Cloaks t Thisline of Ladies Garments has no superior A rare J chance for those wanting something special We will take your measure and make to yonr order We can alaol show you a choice stock of this same make of Slits f Cloaks Skirts andliain Coats which une have just re Q ceived and can deliver at once 9I8 8tt ittr We will have on display on the above date a betifll r t tselection of s Q I EicJTR1e 8 It fjlr At prices that will tickle the economical buyer Ettrjrt ii department in our house is fuller than iwaal witk th ffJfII r c choic merchandise and thelowpriCN are asia A attention You are cordially invited to yisft cur Mar ijr IIll No trouble to show goods here tO i r 1 ROBERTSON BROS j Q l Llii- i IOO 066OCOO 6H f 1 i i 3k1Akki ilWi iIIiwi k fMigl 1 f SHOES fOIP L ttt r s lt tI We desire to re I ttmind our frkadt + f that we tfiave put i I t In one ofthe 1110 complete lii of = rtiIt- l If lFine and r J J PlitoSlwS r i wehzvverfl 1iti died and have t Shoes to suit alt Iifrom the Dea1tE aI boot tar the farmer to the Little R d SchopllKMiie 2 Shoe for the children See our Mens JHfti t d 3 Paten Leather with the latest style toe We Lr 1 3are exclusive handlers oi the celebrated f2 Queen Qualityrai for lladies We guirantee pccaidqvityI i J4 d URUND Y MclNTIRii 1 3 Successors to Grundy Claybtdok 1 Ifcfirtfrlfc t1M viiiiI TOHN SHUCK McELROYv waropL M oWhaii 1 Insurance Real Estate Fin faQdT i4oji iri ji I J1andIyoeCouici j a o ICQffl4e over Peoples Bank jif T St J Is J ktru ou want to look old P Thee kespyour grsy heir U then SeIaI1s Hair ftenewer and have all the dark rich color off etrly life restored to your hairu1trT4 rJrr r THE BUCK saHEVOLT1 jL4 TOstalls eC Kmrnx PoUmkin Mu i tiny aa Tod br Sailors t1 iQUJ MOT DOWX 1jILurI KM hir 7 Wb a jf IaLM 13k a Ifl X lw vs S MrMIA I uIuIrPtaaIs4 1tnistotts W tile atJlnitta eft ItaKM ft wrs Ift ttwf JilCkNa arc srwr tetar tattere fri aMabers sit tIM crews of tIte sIp lavolved says a toITIIate Lc Jevraal of p wPIthRg tT JCttlll Ia a0 A JDMai Foteaaklae left Sevaato tjaia JWM 24 for MM sea maa vi i TINt a xt dayJt reached the SmtPited tac off Odessa where Jt to cx srisMat with the aew a X J Atorpide beat was patcHd returaedtMa1tJtar IkvsakfMt M Jua 30 borsch bwKh ea4 with the meat p H isiad at tNMWH served to mtiort ITMttwt a flet1Ung voice tsr cfUd tfaat they wouM sot eat the tl to Miv this awat Msvg unfit for IMNL Nerevihetesa certain asllors did eat the soup and so their declaration 4U Mi IHMMM Den la the cabin Tbs7 feitewias the sow was re JMAfwUk the s Be meat This time- sJt ssjsilrs reflssed ta eat ConimanJant OsisMWsky seeed in command and- heiztaaata came along and v to haow why nobody ate Steversl sailors replied that t was taiated Thereupon the Mteen retro to the wardroom with TJc a word XKBing nlfjiit hare happeaed if the MiiiliBiBt had not sealed himself at iaiiWe lklrem iRed thoughtful wMfctat tottchhif his food WJijr do you aet eat Inquired CesasMUMUat GotikoC 54j eJlHe eat replied the oft MT wheft we have ea board 800 atea wa Nee their food Aa asalaotts slk ce followed For aesaerfiSRe pUt the commander of the ssWishlp hot heard rumors q a eon sfteacr acalut tko officers and of the thfeatsasd anatlay of the crew So after a aoateats reflectloa he called lirnaat Major Poowetz aah ordered Mat to have the icrpr beat to service sitsrsoathoailsde k When they were asteathted e commander aald Whjr do yoo aot eat the soup responseCommapdcrG4M1k a reiee casse from the crew Then ihe ssjeasid coaamaDdant said They do net eat becauSet the meat 0 fIreaHiefi fe fall e worms A ataratar et approval came from tiN rUb of the crew- Drg lrBoff cried the command st V it tree that this meat is full of wsoaar STherXeoa saluted and approach igsaM Cw adant this meat is fresh fc h ahful It Is good I have sever ea WtUr LtesteaaHt Gelerowskl turned uppm Mm r Whft Good I have seen It my Mt It is alive with worms The surfeoB then said Possibly 0tka3 when It came from Odessa acethenIhavehadItsaI- tItnowgood and fit to eat I At wordg the commander Mtoef MS Jai Ms Enough for the freseat t be said When the surgeon says te Mt Is good It is good Those wke are co teat to eat the soup will rtep te tile right those who do not to fee left gtewly 8M by one the sailors pass el toe right When there remained wily aft thirty mewbobad not yet t toM ever although these were prepar taHrtt ss Te the commander stopped c FjEaHH g he said Marines arrest those laeel oilX the marines even those wbe comPla1ned1wwent aft to his cabin One moment later Mast tchenko a sergeant major with a wild look In his eyes sprang betwee decks sod presently returned with a rifle He drew himself up before the officers crying MWARt would you do WIth those ea You are going io shoot them Has ot enough blood already been sIL I this Russia After the murder ef Llaoyang and Mukden of St j Petersburg and Warsaw after these NtitemHrders ot the Potemkin 1 Enough l We night as well right here put an end toth reign ot barbarity Long I live free Ihwsial Death to the oil- scars There are more of us than you 0 We are the masters Down with tyraaiyl Thesecood lieutenant almost frau tic Interposed Hold thy tongue my pool fellow or thoult be shot instant Iyi It Is thou who wilt be shott1 yelled Mashrtch Bko as he presented his rUle Tke lieutenant drew his pistol and red He mtescd Mastufchcnko but a talietHameil Vakulcnchouk fell dead Tkw was a moment of stupor then Thoufbe Lose to thee He was Innocent i WMt these words he fired on the Jfeeteant and the officer fell with MeW4yeiac his blond mustache Then Isseics4 a period of great confusion The isaUors raa about asking each r wlHttr shjButa bc done jfogow feetc grew overboard the drum with ItrWesLke had beaten the men to quar f tsffs JCastatcbeiako Ehot two officers L tSS br 45 tbe eyes farrrd J 7togDS 1UI1 P or HHP fo wekne- o4dI A 411 signs of tt tLc TMfe as4 to ctee7 oIli IIthat the root Of ibeevii and cures the dielM- It di es Dot contain m wbo rushed upon him to disarm him The surgeon fled to bis cabin and shot hlaaself through the stomach Mastu tchejiko marked fourth officer and stantly killed kilL The sailors wild with fury ran beh tween decks Several officers threw themselves Into tbe water and were followed They swam towitrthhe sire But Mastu tcfaenko yonkt not have that for they would betray hun He called eight or ten men to him Tby began to shoot at the swimming oBcers Sad soon killed thea alL In the meantime the torpeda boat No 2i7 noticed that ftMBfthlg was wroflfi oa board the Pptcmklue Its officers made a shrewd iTtcss and startW tot the open sea Pogpwaetz ordered a comrade to fire two blank shots at her After these shots the boat was signaled to ap proach Wizen It came alongside the oficers were ordered to come on board the battleship and were then confined The officers In charge of the dynamo protested 44If thou wouldst speak to me said Mastutchcnko tU off thy shQUlder straps and speak as man to mail What host thou done with thy oIl cers asked the officer Thou wilt soon see cried Mastu tcbenko as be shot the officer dead At that moment the commander ap peared from the cabin He was an old man with white hair and beard He trembled convulsively He cried What art thou aboUt Thou art an Silence yelled Mastutchenko or Ill kill thee Ij Wonldst 4bou slay an old mnn like me1 Thou kn west not what thou dost Thou arts mad Mastutchenko put the rifle to his cheek and said Commend thy soul tft God In a second tbou sbalt be no more Commandant Gollkoff shuddered He crossed himself He haq scarcely done so when be fell to the deck shot through the forehead Mastutchenko now gave orders to the sailors Arrcstl the officers that remain The officers were arrested and stripped oil their insignia of rank Three ripped off their shoulder straps saying to the sailOrs We arc with you for frO Russia These three remained on board One of them Alexicff Was placed In command The others were put in a boat and sent to Odessa It was 1130 when Mastu tchcnko bgap the revolt By 1215 the sailors njere masters of the Khlaz Po temklnc He calk d the men together ahdsaidWe now going to1 declare war on all RUssIa which Is not for liberty The revolutionaries will follow us Rabid creature that thou art In terrupted Pogownctz hast thou for gotten that July 5 the crews of the entire fleet were to mutiny The word has not yet been given to all Thou beganst too sooiL AVe shall not be fol mls1kehasI plied Mastutchenko and he began to Intone the International and was followed by the sailors In unison Fi nally the singing ceased A deep lance prevailed which was at length broken by groans Who groaned demanded Maatu tchenko Go thou rfnd see Pogow nelL rogownetz went to find out Pres entiy he returned saying that it was thesurgeon lying wounded in hLsI cabinAh that pig who Is the cause of nUi Is sickly ejaculated Mastutchenko What shall we do with html Death JeathlLet us kill him cried the sailors Twenty sailors precipitated them selves Into the cabin Thy grabbed up the surgeon by the feet and arms and threw him Into the sea From the rail Mastutchenko fired at him until the body disappeared beneath the sup face The sailors became troubled and glanced nt the mutineers while they murmured among themselves A stupid unnecessary thing that They repeated these words under breath for they were afraid of being heard by Mastutchenko who with his fierce Tartar eyes watched and domi nated tbemj Whence came this Mastutchenko Who knows lIe himself says he comes from Siberia butthere Is something of the Japanese about him He has only been In the Russian navy three years and no one knows where he was born orwjio were his parents Pogownctz Is a Roumanian from Bee sarabia which was absorbed by Run ala twentyfive years ago He has been In the navy eight years He should have bad his discharge a year ago but on account of the war be was not allowed to go He chafed under the enforced stay and In him the seeds of mutiny and resolution found rich soil Novelty In Cenanmntlon Treatment An innovation In tubercular treat menf was recently established ut a Denver sanitarium It Is a pavilion Inclosed on three sides and with tho entire front open It Is built of thin shingles and has accommodations for twenty patients The Departing Friend The automobile will cooij entirely su persede the hprse Scientific Prediction When the motor car la lying All disabled In the ditch I When among the bolts were trying To discover vrtilch Is which When were bandaging our ankles When pecuniary lou In our check hook sadly rankles Then well miss you good old hour When we languish In the clutches Of tlwsherlff so serene When were going round on crutches And cJchnllntf gasoline When to madness we are goaded As we get a sudden toss Cause we didnt know twas loaded We will BlIss you good old hois- Washington Star I FRIENDLY Y WARNING tJ2 t aNo Need to be Alarmed About Stomach Troubles if jI ij by Rcd 41vA s i irzff1vlf r rGrofii Drugstore j5 l ortor tbTbla- cketrM MJcbiajof a U1yfldftW LdiflL Mt UI7resd7thatt- rikes actually opium i bJomcers assassinI solemnly lowooJ i iuie1iona CureGlaranteed any Xorro acids alcohoL r any other harmfull drug or chemical t iis a fure remedy that heals the irritated mucous membrane stimulates tbl solar plexus an- dai4gditi l14 Ask The Red Cross Drug Sfer tpsbow you thafMrantee oder which they s ll jiioaar t oostts but SO M te a bor aW jfoor money w ret rfd if iitdo s not help7oL I w IFARSONS PARADISE Oilcagra Itaiiker to Batld OreaXtvsUisg Grove or nphae John Parson of Chicago Jbankdr and automobile enthusiast is to build a garden adjoIning liEs beautiful Oak Park residence that will riral even the famous grove of Daphne of the days of the Cesars says tile Chicago Inter Ocean stn the historical garden there wI be vpude statues of Venus of Dlina and tInt other god desses and att the head of a contra baSin In whidh will fnft the waters from an Athenian fountain Bacchante will smile upon the lguets at Pleas ant Home- Some guests there will be who will cnlon Sundays who will not appre elate the Venus and Bacchante as the Romans made them and as John Far son will copy them It Is the plan of the banker to drape the statues In pink and white kimonos on Sundays and hide their beauty under folds of bunt IngMr Fnrson has already purchased six plots of ground adjoining his home lu Oak ParkA nUll It Is on this new ground that the garden will be arranged On the roof of Pleasant Home a hanging garden will be built that will rival that of Nebuchadnezzar This garden will be inclosed In glass In the winter and In screens during the summer Aquariums will be built Into the walls and goldfish of the rar est sorts will disport themselves there and nt certain times angling parties wIlt be held- Besides the hanging garden there Is to be a sunken garden a fountain a Roman outdoor bath nod a rivulet that wilt wind in and out among the flow ers and statues of the garden The hanging garden will overlook the garden leI w which will be approached by vide marble steps Landscape gardeners sculptors and architects of the best repute will plan lay out and complete Mr parsons gar den In the dream which he has pie tured to the men wlip will create hln garden he sees u beautiful fountain In the center the overflow from which will trickle through the grounds as a rivulet Here too fish will be placed and when the days are hot In Oak Park Mr Farsou and his guests will lie on mossy banks under the spray of the fountain and listen to the murmur- Ing of the rivulet On mounds banked with flowers the statues of the enuses will be placed the models fOr which the author of the scheme says he has seen In Oak Park The boys clubhouse will be moved a little west of Its pfesent location to make room for u Ilomnp svlmmlng 1001 with a marble basin The basin will be 100 by 50 feet About forty Jboys arc ln the habit of swimming In Mr Farsons fountain and the banker believes when the Roman swimming pool te completed Oak Park women will take up the swimming fad A natural grove terraced fand bordered by a velvet sward of pass will occu py the south corner Mr Farson says that a love of the beautiful and of Oak Park has actuat ed him In his decorative plans NEW NATIONAL HOLIDAY t To ConrnicBtoraie Date ofFzaming of CoHBiltBtloii It appears rather strange to me says Wililim F Weick In Harpers Weekly that not one of the fortyfive common wealths in our republic has ever con sidered the date of the framing of the constitution of the United States of America at Philadelphia as worth com memoration by the enactment otallegal holiday Some of the states ob serve holidays local in significance and not recognized by their nearest neighbors It Is plain that Sept 17 1787 was second only In Importance In our history to July 4 1770 If the Declara tion of Independence Is the cornerstone of a glorious republic the federal con stitution is the completed edifice of n magnificent Union Without the con stitution the Declaration becomes of little value The 17th day of Septem ber should be observed with patriotic veneration The great Instrument of nationality for the preservation of which hundred of thousands of our loyal citizens gave their lives ceased to be an experiment after nearly eighty years of testt and strain It has meant far more since 1805 than before the final overthrow of the doctrine of state rights and it will mean still more to us with each com lug year Intelligent citizens ought to be perfectly familiar not only with its spirit but with every section and clause It certainly Is well worth an hours time on every anniversary of Its adoption by the members of the constitutional convention to study It carefully and weigh just how near our government at Washington comes to respecting its Imperative provisions Strait Mourning Fad Honestly the board walk at Atlantic City NI J is ta queer place says a staff correspondent of the Philadelphia Press but surely there Is no place where so much that is odd and eccen tric gets Into uqtice There is a touch of the French boulevard about it In that everybody knows the personalities the characters and the freakishness Iq the promenade For instance take the woman who has started a new fashion In wearing mourning Who she is and from where she comes iis not known but her method of mourning is unique She Wears all white or black or cream gray or lilac Across her chest she wears a badge of heavy white ribbon on which is printed In black letters In Memory How any mind came to think of this It Is difficult to reason out One would not be surprised next to seea girl wearing a wreath of im mortelles on her head Yet It Is pOSe siblernay probable that n dozen or more will follow this fashion and re turn tothoir homes saying It Is the latI tstthInginjiiqeast Ancient Drldce SuperBtttlo- aAprmltive notion existed among the llonaafis and other races that a bridge was an offense and Injury to the river god as It saved people from being drowuvd while fording or swimming across and robbed the deity of a certain number of victims which were his due For many centuries in Home propitia tory offerings of human victims Were mode every year lo the Tiber Men and women were drowned by being bound and flung from the wooden Sub Hciau bridge which till nearly the end ef the republican pgrlod was tho ono and only bridge across the Tlber In Home Afithernklp PrefeMlem- NplTolyshould write who Is Dot firm ly possessed of the Idea that he has a vocation for literature and Is not wIllS Ing to endure the penalties of art for Ute sake of serving an art If a person lIV1ibg i lIV1 moont CoIeridjS J ze in1 iiJjVAST TRACT FOR FARMS Features of Uintah Reservation Soon to Be Opened TIE LAID lEQUttES 10 bLEAiDTG Over a Mllllea Acre la 1iertkwet era Utah Left Far Hemeateaaera When the Indian JT aeea rr vided For Sixteen JIatreCIl ef ValaeSald ta a We Finer Land In Feint ef Ferttlltr s More than a million acres of the Uln tab reservation in northwestern Utah are to be subject to the location of the white map on and after Aug 2L says a Denver special to the St Louis Re public By a proclamation of the presi dent under authority of congress reg istration for right to locate in a rotation to be determined by lot recently began at Vernal ProvO and Price Utah and Grand Junction Cold Every native born and naturalized male American over the age of twenty one who has not availed himself of the homestead right and Is not the owner of ICO acre of land and every woman of the same citizenship and above the same age who Is the head of o family or unmarried has the same privilege The reservation that Is to be opened comprises 2245000 acres walled In on three sides by the Uintah ahd Wasatch ranges and debouching on its eastern slope to the Green river whose tributaries drain it For Its greater part It Is a waste apparently worthless but here and there in It are spots that Len be used to advantage These spots are of various sizes and varied utility There are lands available for farming under Irrigation and these are to be allotted to white men after the Indian has bad his pick of the farm upon which he shall end his days Other tracts have a sufficient natural vegeta lion sustained by the natural rainfall to make them desirable for cattle ranges Other spots of limited area are rich In gtlsonite and other win the area 1010000 acres have been placed In a permanent forest reserve which guards the timber but does not stop the mine hunters 250000 have been reserved for the Indians to graze their herds 3840 acres taken for the Fort Duchcsne military reservation 112000 have been allotted to the In diane In severally and this len=es open to settlement of the whites 1009000 acres Of this latter threefourths Is practically valueless but the other fourth is to be ranked as choice high ly desirable valley lands susceptible of irrigation All this means that some 1600 bends of families are to draw the prizes of the reservation at the opening on Aug 28 These 1000 farms at the propor tion maintained In the opened Irrigated sections of Utah and Colorado will In a few years support a population of 2000 through farming alone and as the years go by and farms are cut down from ICO to SO then to 40 dud to the 20 and 10 acre tracts of the beet raiser and fruit grower this population will multiply rapidly The ground requires no clearing Na ture has kept it clear of harassing growths On the building of a ditch to apply the water to the seeded land the response Is prompt and in quanti ty that means ample reward for the labor entailed The soil Is rich For ages it has been accumulating the cle Iments that grow plants and the plants to exhaust it would not grow because the rainfall is never more than half the amount that In the nonlrrlgatcd sections must fall to mature the crop In point of fertility there Is no finer land It will produce anything Fruits such its plums peaches ap plea pears and cherries will yield enormously Alfalfa with Its three crops a season producing some ten tons of hay annually from its one time seeding a perennial Is a sure crop that appeals to the less progressive and less ambitious farmer It Is un equaled for teed for sheep bogs and cattle A farm once seeded to It Is a perpetual Income and at an Interest earning rate that the eastern farmer cannot comprehend Wheat averages yearIley and rye are1 double every year the produceThe llands now being opened will In a few years advance In price from 125 an acre which the settler will pay the government for them at the end of five years toat the period the government price taUs due an average value of O an acre Vernal Utah is In Itself the great est possible inducement to the newcomers to get Into the reservation A valley of the Ashley fork of the Green has been brought fnto a high state of cultivation In a few years and serves as an object lesson of what the reservation valley will become Vernal is Isolated from the rest of the world tls 128 to 140 miles from AUIspringIThe Journey to It has been hard tir ing exhausting TIle trail Is over mountainous deserts and there Is noth ing whatevert to encourage the llocator But suddenly the scene changes A great wide valley covering 70000 acres hedged In with a rim of blue mountains spreads like a carpet of the greenest green upon the vision of the Journeyer to Its borders and there Is to be found a community of 8000 prosperous people with a town of brick houses and asphalt paved streets JL Queer Tklag About July How we came to pronounce July ai we do now with the accent on the see Dad syllable Is one of the unsolved nays teries of speech Named of course aft er Julius Caesar It should really be pronounced to rhyme with duly and so tur forefathers actually did pronounce It Spenser for Instance has the line Then came hot July boyling like to fire and even so late as Johnsons time the accent was still oa the Ju It Is one of many words which would startle those ancestors of ours spoken as wo speak them nowLondon Chronicle IA Quaint Inscription An old churchyard near London is famous for the Inscriptions on Its tomb Btouts There I one oa the memorial of Susannah Barford died 1052 aet 10 years and 18 weeks The coracladlng lines beneath the skull and crossbones OIl her BMUBSficai are f Her stage was IItrt Xr thread was qulckJy DiwMMitJeutf tot MaVH Mr work was don This world to her was butrS tragd play be a1tan4wt disMkt sad peeled ttavay COTTON BOLL WORM Appeared Early Lit lee Great et iHjurjr la August- A long continued corn planting sea IOn extending from the beginning of March and the growing of much late cotton give a very promising look for the cotton boll worm whfeli has al ready been reported as damaging tomatoes In various localities Profess or RI SmIth of Georgia has said of this Insect Its rpgulor appearance In greater or less numbers each year has caused growers to give but little attention to the Injury caused by the bollworm The fact that bollworm Injury was re ported so early In the year 1904 makes It seem advisable to mention It quite prominently at thIs time Bollworm injury to cotton is not common until about Aug It when Its favorite food plant corn MB become hard and dis tasteful Besides feeding on cotton the boll worm is often a serious pest oil corn tomatoes beans peas okra and tobacco The latter crop is injured by hay lug the buds eaten All the Qlh ciops mentioned are Injured by tI bollworms boring Into the fruit or the case of beans and peas into the pods The Insect The bollworin belongs to the class of insects that have four distinct stages In their development namely adult egg larva and pupa Moths usually appear In spring about the time that corn Is ten or fifteen inches high and In general they prefer to deposit eggs on young corn Instead of cotton the eggs being laid on all parts of the plant but a preference Is shown for silk if It Is present From these eggs minute worms are hatched vhich are at first pale green In color but soon become darker The full grovi larvae may vary In color from pale green to brown or almost black These worms are voracious feeders a slnge individual often de stroying a large number of squares or bolls This habit of going from one place to another on the plant for the purpose of feeding explains the reason why the farmer finds many young squares with a hole In the base but nti sign of the transgressor Bollworma when first hatched wander around on the plant feeding on the leaves until they find a square or form Into which they bore It is during this time that the forms may be poisoned with arsenlcals Preventing Injury to Cettea In Georgia there are at least four and possibly five generations In general It may bo said the third brood Is the one that injures the cotton most severely or at least that has been the generally accepted belief In the past Last year however a majority ef re ports from bollworm Injury came to the entomologist during Juno and July which showed that It must have been the larvae of the first and second broods that were doing the damage There are two math methods of preventing Injury to cotton the usej of corn planted In rows through the cot ton field to serve as a trap and tho application of arsenical poisons to destroy the worms when on the cotton Poisoning should be attempted when the worms first appear on the cotton Experiments In Texas by Professor A L Qualntance In 1904 showed that It will pay well in most cases jp poison for the third brood The old method of applying poison by means of the simple dusting apparatus carried by a man who walks rapidly along the row dusting both sides of the plant atones has proved to be most economical Unfavorable For Alfalfa An excess of water In the soil Is a very unfavorable condition for alfalfa Where the water level Is near the surface or where the surface water from heavy rains Is unable to drain oft rapidly alfalfa usually falls For this reason an alfalfa field is injured by being submerged from an overflow or even killed If the water remains over the surface for too long 4 period Experience has shown that wben COy ered by clear running water the In Jury Is much less than when a sedi ment Is deposited or the water Is stag mint Ordinarily alfalfa will not with stand an overflow of more than a few days Flooding in the winter is less In Jilrfous than during the growing sea sun On irrigated fields Injury often follows from the accumulation of wa ter In depressions after a flooding The alfalfa Is killed out In these spots and noxious weeds gain a foothold Device of Oregon Flock Masters Oregon Cock masters often have In genious devices III dealing with ewei and lambs when the former reject their offspring says II E White In Ohio Farmer It there Is much shelter to be bad at the camp small movable pens Just iargc enough to hold a sheep and lamb lire made Into one of these a ewe and her lamb are placed for q few hours after which she Is release and Is likely to be entirely subdued and nu long r scorns her little one A still more remarkable contrivance Is a large rubber sack covered with nip pics This Is filled with fresh cows milk and a small circle of motherless lambs get around to get their fill po doubt thinking it as good as the old sheep Butter Making Extraordinary A correspondents letter to Rural 4ew Yorker gives the details lof ainew method of churning wherein truly remarkable churn turns ono quart of ordinary bottled milk reen forced with two pounds of ordinary creamery print butter softened up a cnrIrotJIfour pounds of fine sweet butter This recalls that time honored wrinkle which crops UI cheerfully every few years the uje of pepsin in churning whereby a goodly quantity of cheese li Included In the alleged butter product Carefully Led Up re Yonder said the party of tho first part is the house In which I wits born We UveJ on the Hwt floor McBooth Rautiugtou the great tragedian occu pled the upper apartments He was not only a famous actor but a singu larly fortunate tuna Then responded the party of the second part ypu were born Bunder ft lucky star ehi v N BThe management begs to state that It considers this one of the moat elaborately worked out Jokes we have produced this season Louisville CeLl norJournalS MacMnaona Epigram When Marshal MucMnhon in the Crimean campaign took the Malakoff by storm and wrote lila celebrated dig patCillMJy suls jy reste Here am hero I stay tbW wwds made kin fawotM all over ttw word Yet hte frleSMls MM tat tiM worthf sotdfer bwrKtthe la tbe meet matter of fact maMetY with a thoosjbt f pbftase mklnv Tto most parpriscjt person ow the sUccess oi this ept gram WM Ma Mahoa hIt Th4Iiia I 1 A f CALIFORNIADo J Jr Jd f where labor is never oppressed by stress of weather J and where ctf animal vitality is never lost by mere conflict with coM Do you want to live in a region where the resources are more tr varied than in any other equal area IIi the world wrJere the division t of great ranches affords a fine opportunity to get a small farm tint Y will assure you a competence j i tDo you want to live where with a minimum of lalxpc you t1J AIgrow profitable crops of grapes and small fritOIancealerDcxwj olives prunes and almonds alfalfa and grain where crops are sure sti business is good and capital easily finds profitable investment FiThen go to California where both health and opportunity awak JJt It your coming t it The Chicago Union Pacific and12 fl11 NolrthWestern Line is the most direct route to the Pacific Coast and th rearetwolfast through trains daily via this line over the famous double track railway between Chicago and the Misaduri River 1 Special low roundtrip rates are in effect via this liflec throughout the summer to various Pacific Coast points aad 1 L colonist low rate oneway tickets will be on sale during Sep l tember and Octoberwhich give an unusual chance for settlers r 1 to make the trip at a minimum of expense Daily and personally conducted excursions are operated through to savv J j Francisco Los Angeles and Portland without change on which a double berth in a Pullman tourist sleeping car from Chicago costs only 700 yite ijj i Chicago I North Western Union Pacific and Southern Pacific Railways W B KNISKERN PTMCNWRyChlc colIU SPlelse mall free to my address CaUferaia boaiiiH meps ned FILL IN THIS COUPONiANOMAILITTODAYi Si ti- 1w44 h THE DOCTOR KNOWS n Is Not Deceived br the Story Ria Patient hands Htm- It was late the doctors patients had either passed away or were inentllng and be was sitting with a number of his acquaintances in a corner of the club rOJm1 Its a strenuous life we lend droned the man of medicine with the grim side turned uppermost as a rule but now anti then we get a laugh Out of Itn laugh with the lid on of course we cant afford to ishow were amused I often wonder he went on genially why some of you c1alsever send for a physician You dont tell him tile truth once in twenty times Youre in a bad way and youre sorry and to hear you talk Id think your mouths were cold storage boxes for butter You suspect that lobster or a rich sauce you ate day before yester day Is at the bottom of tup trouble You know whats curled you up and youre frightened out of a years growth for fear Ill learn Accordingly Instead Of taking me into your confidence you tell me ait Impossible story And if I crass ex amine you closely had hedge you In youll reluctantly admit that youve been some what Indiscreet You smoked four cigars Thursday and took six drinks Doesnt it ever occur to you that I know by your flutters that you smoked from breakfast to bed and took sixteen drinks and six more for good measure It I were to believe you and do you for your ailments as you eI them youd never get well Now then I have to give you strychnine and nitroglycerin to restore the action of the heart and to listen to you I pflgbt conclude that youd had too much pink Ice at n childrens party As I hinted we doctors get some fun out of It but what do you do it for We were not always doctors we havent always taken the best care of ourselves and were not fools Providence Journal- FEATHERED GLUTTONS Bojtie Very Greedy Blris That A re TrcBieadoun Feeders Despite the fact that the appetite of a bird has become a common phrase for light eating Investigations shaw that birds are tremendous feeders Iuo diet of the average kestrel a small Eu ropean hawk Is calculated at JOOO mice a mouth tto say nothing of Insects voratIafter caging ono of these birds gave It seven mice ode after the other Tho flrst sir immediately disappeared each with a gobble and a gulp and the QW did its very best to treat the seventh In a like manner Limitations of abdominal capacity however prevented mid though the gobble enmeolI the gulp did not so that for twenty min utes or so the tail of the seventh mouse dangled fromthe corner of the birds beak But In due course it swallowed the body and three hours later the pangs of hunger reasserted themselves null the owl ate four more miceIPour pounds would toa heavy weight for a heron Yet one of those birds which was trapped In England die gorged two rccently swallowed trout one of which weighed twb pounds and the othir and a half pounds An other captured had contrived to put away three trout averaging tbrccquar tciv of a pound apiece although It only tour months old mid another wnsI 11withUawn food until their crops are almosti at the bursting pont From one oCt these birds shot as It was returnimig from a raid In the folds no fewer thai 800 grains of wheat were taken An other had contrived to cram down no fewer than 000 peas A third was ou dcavorlHg to sustain nature with ISd beech nuts aDd a fourth wlU1lxtyI scorns crairs Ij s PaMJWho sits tMl sW w gfeswtiinc su originalI idea soMoates from a hum U workwosBan sod siler fusion Jo yie brsia and 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