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TT7 71S- 7ABLSIfED L1N489i i 4r ii I New SeriesVol XII N 42 f SP1UNGFIELD KENTUCKY OCTOBER 19 1905 I six I 1 a YIlOX 1 B THOMPSON Jr jydot ft Ttoipson UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS iiI ArT in ttook all klaap of Faa ra 1J PHONE 53 QW DIRECTORY slPRINGFIEIt county teat of WasJiiaffto eollntYi 52 xiiles sout- hsst 9t LeZhStOfl 59 JUca from ltMMYUtc 6i Bardstown branch of LQiyi1l asd Nashville railroad Ir 1 a firming aid agrlcaUural district Two aks telegraph and telephone UAUt express office flour Mills lumber a yards Popu atiOB 1100 population Of tosty 15001- Kepcesentative in Congress Hbn D- if Smith 0c4KertvlneXYt jeepreMHtative In Keutucky Legis UUre Hoa W DClaybrooke- teprecRtaUve inState SenateHon Harry I aHCatter Lebanon Ky Gwinty Directory I CIRCUiT COURT Circuit Court begins oa the fourth Moaklay in February May and Octo fcx t IHTharmas Judge R t Purham Commonwealth At Iwcwey JTlCj Campbell Clerk M G I eachmti Master mmiss it MT v QUARTERLY COURT Quarterly Court is held on the third ijfoHday in each month 11 Wtaey Judge COUNTY COURT Co ni Court meets f on the fourth Monday iaeb meuth B L Litsey Judge W F Booker County Clerk T s Mayes County Attorney j George Catlett Jailer Byron Croake Sheriff Richard IsHam Sidney Osborne 1 RH Mullican DeputtW Ed Masters James F Moore County Surveyor J L Royalty Assessor T P OBryan Deputy RoJjfrJtNoe Treasurer VMTMbiHomery Oor ne- r1W Busb Supt of Common C4iSl4l P O Springfield CITY COURT 1 Ja ftRRNoe Police Judge John Grace Marshal W F Grigsby City Attorney JUSTICE COURT jHtite Courts are held in January April July and October Church Directory METHODIST CHURCH Rey J C Hoakinson Pastor Ser vice on the First and Third SuudavS in each month at 11 am and 730 pm Sw dayScliooleverySuudaY- Prayer atlO am meeting every iWednesday Vigbtf r iCCATHOLIC CHURCH Rev P F Bennessay Pastor Ser Sunlayat 8 and 10 oclock Ticc every Services at St R tie same hours CHRISTIAN CHURCH Rev W T Walden Pastor Service econd and fourth Sunday in each moath ilfiRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev T D Latimer Pastor Frwwhing every Sunday at 11 am- Ra dat 7 pm Sunday school ever- ysBday at 10 am Prayer meetln Thuriday evening at 7 oclock of fYWY BAPTIST CHURCH i Rev W m Harrison Williams Pastor Preaching every Sunday at U am ihd 745 pm Sunday School every Bunday at 930 am Prayer meeting every iaeday evening at 745 oclock J FrateriaJ Orders MASONIC LODCR Springfield lodge Mo 50 meets fir and third Mouday i each month No 5 Washington RA Chapter meets every second Tuesday Spriajffield Council No 52 meets on 1tJfY ry iogrthMondayM- IGwTS of THX MACASBKS Meet j vti 13tC5CLY ineacbmoD P lEYGUREWill eats any eaee of Kidttey m Bladder disease that Iii Mt bijouict the reach of medicine aivaavio su a Pks 111 L Yia rfld44Ikw WIN priclMfC j rrMt i lief ud Bftar takiNT rbottto I WM mtlnb t d Tw SilM 19 Cant and 1- SIjrjjjjrjjjDrje w r TI fEH E O lYE S=LE D Rr I i WASHINGTON ijf p FOLEVS r A ROUND Or T1 tI tUtUtE I L Itt Us Me Leave if Haste By Clintoa glcpllard Let us take leave of hasteawhile And Miter well content With little pleasure to beg lie And small habilbent Just a wide sweep f rainwashed sfiy A flower a birdnote sweet Some easy trappings worn awry Loose latchets for our feet A wheaten loaf within our scrip For drink the hillside spring And for true heartcompanionship The love of loitering lWe want so much and yet we need So very slight a store But in the ages grip of greed We hurry more and more The woodland weaves its gold gre n net The warm wind lazes by can we forego can veyfprget Come comrade let us try The Outlook B ARM VALUES Nothing serves better to Indicate the prosperity of a county than the fact that values in real es tate and farming lands ate high Washington county farms are changing hands every few days and always at gooidj figures The advance in pricis has been steady during the past few years and many farmers who have bought during that time could sell now at a material advance The cause fs plainly to be seen farming in this county during the past few years has been a profitable business and like any other business when Wgets on a paying basis iits value increases Tobacco is responsible more thai any other one cropforthe increased income of the farmers and the lifting of many old farm mortgages is due to the money brought in by this crop a 4 deleaItion t the State Develqpment convention at Louisville last week but those who attended were wonderfully iimpressed with the gathering and the importance of the work of developing the resources of the state That the farmers of Kentucky are behind those of other states in the matter of being informed as to improved methods is quife appear ent and such movements as the Commercial Development idea will do a world of good by creating among the farmers a desire to learn things about their occupa tion which will be of value to them The successful farmer of the future must be informed las to the best methods of cultivating old crops and as to the good of new ones a 4 tT10BACCO The question is I often being askedby local tobccogrowers lately as to what is being by the Burley Tobacco Co toward securing control of the seasons crop of tobacco We notice reports from other counties indicate that agents have been at work and have secured a goodly number fof signers to contracts and in some counties the full amount allotted has been taken in stock There dOingamonglthe in the way of soliciting their subscriptions to stock or for their crops so that the great bulk of Washington county to bacco is unpledged to anybody The majority or in fact nearly all of the farmers are in favor of uniting their forces to pro tact pries for they realize that they must get together in order to be in a position to demand fair prices for their product Very little news comes from the promoters of the Burley Grow ers Co as to the progress being made by them but it may be that the plans are being quietly carried out among thqse directly- interested w IfCOOD THINGThe Bical- X Court did a wise thing when it authorized the purcliase of that rook crusher and itis another step towards assuring good roads to the county It is not so much the lack of money- that has been responsible for- che roads of the county going down as it is the loose way in which the money has been han dIed The old way of hand beating rock for the roads is too expensive to be practical any longer The rock crusher should turn twice the amount of road material for the same expense 4as the pid method A rather startling disclosure was made by a wellknown citizen of the county the other day in speak ing of this road question Have you ever noticed he said while travelingour pikes the piles of ro k along the road some of them beaten and some not but none of them spread Well the county has paid for those rock and they are supposed to be spread on tha road but they were not S me of these piles have been in their places for years and the fellow who collected the money fr m the county for spreading them on the road has forgotten All about the transaction Our friend went further and told of a case out in his country where on two different occasions two different men had collected off of the county for putting a certain amount of rock on the pike and the rock still lay in the field near by and had never bepn dis turbed Deafness Cannot te Cnrei 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 Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition of the raucous lin leg of the Eustachian Tube When this tube is inflamed you havea rumb ling sound or imperfect hearing and when it is entirely closed Deafness is the rusult and unless the inflammation can be taken out and this tube re stored to its normal condition hearing will be destroyed foreyer nine dues out of ten are caused By Catarrh which is nothing but an inflamed con dition of the mucous surfaces Wfr will glyc One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deefness caused by catarrd that cannot be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure Send for circulars free F J Cheney Co Toledo O Sold by Drupgists 75c Take Halls Family Pills for constipation 0MAUD Delayed The Autumn leaves are turning brown The corn is golden yellow I The apples hanging on the bough Are juicy now and mellow The pumpkins lying in the field The hungryschoolboy spies With thoughtsof bow they s olwiltast Made into luscious pies t The birds ire OD their homeward way Unto te Sunny South Until oldhVinters passed away the North Of all the seasons of the year i We like dear Fall the best It shows Gods thoughts for me and all That how with fdod were bjessed Miss Kathryn fettle who is attending school at Bardstown visited her parents here from Saturday until Monday Miss Mane Andrews recently visited friends at Simpsonville and Louisville Miss Evalyh Royalty was the guest of the Misses Croake at Croakeville from Friday until SundayMrs Charles McElvoy who has beonTwitti her sister Mrs HalShehan during her recent illness has returned toiler home at Willisburs Mrs M L Troutmah has as her guest this week Mrs Kate Shewmaker of Boston Mrs Kate Shew maker enter tall ed at dinner Wednesday in honor of Mrs Shawler of Bos tonItertain Friday evening a number of her friends in honor of her sixteenth birthday l lMr Jrio Huston wife and MaplerHill made our little town a yiait Saturday afternoon Your humble scribe witnessed tho most interesting game of bail between the Valley Hill sky scrapers and Maud cannon balls at Wakefleld Park Saturday af- ternOon that was ever played this side of St Louis IMr Jno Virgin and wife visi ir daughter at Valley Hill Sunday Mrs Joseph Bishop returned 1 I1bOm from Louisville Sunlay night where she underwent a1 serious operation She is much improved Misses Lydia and Hallie HuTs ton were in Bloomfield Saturday Robert Sutherland of Chaplin James Hays of Maple Hill Car roll Allen of Bloomfield Ernest Goatley and Prank ONea1 ot Valley Hill and Eugene Shehan of Bloomfield were some op the young men who were callers in and about bur little town Sat r day arid Sunday afternoon ami evening Protracted meeting is in pro gress at Mt Zion with Bro Oreaves as assistant to Bro MaxWelL Some very interi- ing t dnd impressive sermons aie being delivered Well we will s xm have to be careful how we think else every one for miles around will know all our evil aq well as pious thoughts Stor with all the tee phone lines that are most com pleted all about us we can not even think without every one knowing it especially the eaves droppers We understand that our Valley Hill scribe has gone to town to live Now how can our C N C get on without his breezy letters Mr Will Gray of Hardestys is with friends here this week Mr Eugene Shehan and sis ter Miss Laura of Bloomfield visited friends here Sunday Hugh Jones called on his Bpst girl at Stringtown Saturday evening FRIZZLE READ Faith Not Necessary You may be just as skeptical and pessimistic as you please Kodol willI digest what you eat whether you eat orn t YOU can put your food In bowl pour a little Kodot Dyspepsia Cure on it and it lwiJl digest it the rfame as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure Indigestion am Dyspepsia It is curing hundreds and thousandssome had faith and some didnt Kudol will cure yon if mediI cine can cure you whether you have faith in it or not Sold by all Drug gists Too Fastidious Jiramie Burns a tramp while under the influence of booze went to several homes on Spaldmg Avenue Wednesday morning and succeeded in badly frightening a number of women At one place he asked for something to eat and when he was handed a lunch wrappedln a piece of paper he threw it away remarking that if he could not have steak with onions served on a plate knife and fork and a cup of coffee with real cream he would have noth lug atall In police court yesterday he was given thirty days and put under a 100 bond to keep the peace for three months The Court however suspended the judgment ani gave fastidious Jimmie three minutes to leave town He has yet two minutes due him Lebanon Enterprise To Tobacco Sippers We wish to state to our friends throughout the tobacco growing sections that we are not connec ted directly or indirectly with any other warehouse or ware house company f We conduct a Strictly Independent Tobacco Warehouse Commission business C A BRIDGES CO Proprietors Pickett Tobacco Warehouse Louisville Ky 406t ell Trial The Mercer county grand jury after three days of investigation has returned twp joint indict ments against Policemen William Britton and Luther Herron Charging them with wilful mur der Britton and Herron killed Representative Sam 0 Black Harrods1burg Black was killed instantly and Stotts died four hours later Policeman Brii ton was shot twice through the head and had the UPiatol1handdictmants were returned Judge Bell complied with the reque t of the defendants and called tht cases The defense insisted on an immediate trial The attor neys for the prosecution offered no serious opposition and the trial is now jn progress The general impression is that the accused will be acquitted IIr Rt N l Sheriff Nominated The Republican Committee Worn nates J RWHarton am a Candi date For Sherlff The Republican County Com mittee got together on last Sat urday afternoon and determined to put out a candidate in the field for the office of Sheriff They named Mr J Rutledge Wharton for that honor and he has ac cepterl Mr Rocker Filleatreau who declined to head the ticket after being nominated by the convention has consented to run as deputy while Mr Wharton is the head of the ticket The action of the committee in putting out a condidate for sher iff was in response to a demand from voters all over the couny who failed to understand the apathy displayed on the part of Republican leaders in their fail ure to insist ou candidates being pntTn the field t represent the party Mr Wharton the nominee is one of the progressive young farmers of the county and would doubtless make an excell ent officer if elected He is a staunch Republican and although he has never aspired to office before has always taken a working interest in behalf of his party He will name a full ticket of deputies and as complete a canvjass of the county will he madras the short time between now and the election will permit The committee at its meeting took up the claims of the tocandidates for Magistrate iri jbhe North Willisbtirg district and J certified to the nomination of Nimjod Hendren who received the greatest number of votes in tie houseto house primary Mr Bryant the other candidate was claiming the nomination at a convention held tome time ago at Tatham Springs The com mittee decided that nomination to be irregular for the reason that notice had been given that the convention was called off before the daySetfor it The resignation of Mr J R Wharton as chairman of the corn mittee was accepted and Mr Lytle Kays was elected to succeed him A Pleasure tolJl No Pill is as pleasant and positive as DeWitts Little Early Risers These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children delicate ladles and weak people enjoy their cleansing effect while strong people say they are the best liver puts sold Sold by all Druggists MOORJSSVILLE J The auction at Mat Truaxs last Saturday was well atfemled and everything brought fair prices Miss Sallie Wall is in Springfield taking a course in the tele phone preparing herself to take chatge of the exchange here which will be in operation inside of thirty days Mrs Estelle Goatley of Bards town spent several days last week with friends here She was accompanied home by Miss Nancy Ellis who had also re turned home MrPH Moore went to see Dr Barefeet at Valley Hill for rheumatism and advises every body whQ has that disease to doI likewiseThey are working a good force on the telephone at present as AyersIDoclors first prescribed Ayers Cherry Pectoral over 60 years ago They use itItoday more than ever TheyI CherryPectoral rely upon it for colds coughs bronchitis consumption They will tell you how it heals inflamed lungs ll1a4 s yerybstt cough for three TMf The l tried Ayart em PctorL M7ioe- uns WHe soon k 144sday eeak 4 awaju PEZL HTDI Qmuiri CMM 11 211eMc AU 4rU at forLowell Old Coughs One Ayr PIN at bedUm insurs- a natural actn sixt rnornln a i they want to complete alL lines in this section as soon as possible If anyone wants to know pow to kill a coon apply to J M Strange and J M Lynch Mrs May Grisby seversl days last week at Bardstown the guest of Mr and Mrs Walter Grisby We think our voters should all go to the polls this November election and vote to return to the old way of voting that of viva voce There were two mor carloads lof coal snipped to Bookerlast Monday There werevservices at the Maud Christian church last Sun day morning and night There were no services at Baptist church at New Rope last Sunday Our gathering will open up this week Protracted meeting will commence at New Hope Baptit church first Sunday in November 2 Born on Oct 13th to the wife of John Hardm a 10 pound boy Mr W B Barow and wife passed through here last Monday in a buggy enroute to Daviess county New Core forCaneeK All surface cancers are now known to be curable by Buck Ions Arnica Salvo tfes Walters of Duffield Va writes I had a cancer bn my lip for yearsI that seemed incu able till Buoklens Arnica Salve healedl it and now it is p rfeaty well Guaranteed cure for cuts ard burns 25c at Haydcns phar yIMule Colts Wanted Joe C Phillips Son will be in Springfield on Monday OeJxJ ber 23d County Court dayItto t buy mule colts They want good cotton mules t t Mr Zion Echoes Left over from last week Mrs La ra Lee and daughter Mrs Lydia Welker of Belmont are visiting Mrs J R Williams and other riends here Miss Ora Pinkston spent sev eral days last week with friends i at Tatham Miss 6rantHays has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs R H Graham of Louisville Clifton Taylor who has bden attending school at Ihrd town will spend this week with his mother J i Mr S A Bayne and son spent Saturday m Springfield on business It-We are sorry to report jour a little schoolmate MaryTalor is quite ill at this writing Rev Robertson and Maxwell Mesdames Laura Lee J R Williams and Miss Lydia Bishop were entertained by Mrs Kate j Williams Monday Mrs Guy Dawson and son Randal spent Friday with Mrs W C Eddleman Mrs Margaret Vorce who has been visiting her daughter lIrs- Tas Hood left Monday for her home at Mt Washington Mr Wm Snyder wife and children were the guest of MrI S A Bayne lastSunday Rev J ri Williams of Shiloh has bee visiting relatives and friends here Mraud Mrs H Bonta and MrW H IluFsell and mother are attending Presbytery which meets at Bethel near Harrods burg this week Miss Lydia Bishop of Mid way iis visiting her sister Mrs J R Williams A ProiiiCut Traiiim The many friends of G H Hausan Engineer L E8c W R Kat present living In Lima p will be pleased to know of his recovery front threatened kidney disease He says Icvras cured by usIng Foley Kidaey Cfrre which I rccounaend to all especially to trainmen who are usually siMilarly afflicted Sold by The Red cros Drugstore S4 fJtTeadlerst ttA sta meat has been iMueal by State Superintendent of thatjJtheJ HfICOUNTY r J J k 1J7 0 A- iIlIp7gt it r1 Ir BaKin PjiJJl D f1JJ fl irc 11 CdJ i Royal Baking TPowder is indrtpn tbfe T frto finest cookery and to the com ort r TF and convenience of modern housekeep V ingi Royal Baking Powder makes liotHv J breads cakes and pasry wholesome ttJ 1 Perfectly leadens without frinentafloisI 4S Qualities that arc peculiar to it alone l Jj POWDER KEWYOWC J it4 jtthe State will not be permitted to issue speciallicens to teich erStIn 1904 there were many cchools in the varrous counties without teachers arid it was de cided by the State authorities to issue special license to persons fil1iogjthecity of the regulafl licensee teachers The order was made last yeir giving jmjany persons without certificates authority to teach in the common schools There are as many vacDciesthis year Us there Were last year but Superintend nt Fuqua has decided to have the county Superintendents refuse to permit persons without certificates to teach fiJr Fuqua thinksthe scarcity of teachers due to the poor pay they receive from the State THere wilt be 1000 schools liu the State this year without teachers COIKOHBAM FROI THE RED GROSS DRUG STORE Offer to Refund Money If Hyemel Does Not Cure Catarrh r To the Eduor 6f the Hews Leader JWe have been asked recently if the advertisements printed in your columns regardrnsr Hyoineii were true wtere we fferto re fUaJd the money if this treatment does not cure catarrh We wish you would please print this let1 er in conspicuous a place as pos sible in your paper saying that iwev absolutely agree to lefand the money to any purchaser of Hyoraeii outfit if it does not cure catarrh IThis outfit consists of an in haler of a convenient size to bf carried in the vest pocket so that tha user can breathe Hyoraei four or five times daily With this included a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomqii The outfit sells for 1 and iis a most economical treatment for the inhaler lasts a lifetime and there iaenbugh Hyomel for fveral weeks use while extra bottles can be obtainel for 50 cents r We trust this letter will Mttle any doubts that may havesiiae as to have willingness to refund the money for a Hyomei outfit incase the purchaser is ndt per fectly srtisfied R speotflly yours The Red Cross Drug Store For Rent The cabin in the alley oppo site the county jail known as the old Stites Davison property is for sale or rent apply to John W Lewis Attorney Reiaker ai Allie I kW IMS SpekinTotr the actfe of UM Democratic Q miitkeO IHarrtr son county bioliBf DsorsMf- rom voting foe naaaker lot ti State Senate oa account tftfc factthat a Jury has fiten a yer die of 350 tf U4 tilat jlor siftr the BwUiitli News f tati i luMJcu cuurt tco4bOw Reoiker Is MI tf by the sIdi if Jim Harp who fllttaiH have the DenoQ riitic npuVmatip rl Ml Dr60AI Df c I d t Ir t t t L j i i If 1nJj 1 1n i I i murder of James CocknEY viid r 01 which indictaaeat be WM Met U Ijexingtoa jail nearly two met tbs j without bail daring which ttse he was ghn a trial whidi N i salted in a hii g jjiry alter wWeft he was allowed bail ua UM m JH of 25000 which iia 4jl a f him f JleA Clark eoanty jury retw Md t jj- a verdict against hi lorfSJOOb tii irtfayorofMrs Jj B Man m j for dauageVfor tbej rerof her husbaod wkkh jgestj still stands UHIt atnda at tlM bar of jtoi lie opinion charged witk otier crimes upbecoiag a o iiM for any office i f+ r 1taIliM ii i 1bletkfIof 1 constipftttoa Brtx vp sad tiks Dr KingxaNew Life PU1 Ty 4 take dilL the materialsj wieksrs j cloggirg reaargss Iiltyou a Cars bdand dizzi eM too At Hajdcoi r Pharmacy 25p Irat d tlV Mie rVP Mike MuntedcNiJoo who was17 shot about two M i ttM af Wtf Itaktn to St Joeepfcs Iarayetody for treatBMQk HftItIJ tb be ip a precarkwa condUlMw Be was shot three tiiue the most severe wouod beta r i iL J groin apd iIt Ia fitwa Ui5a injiur i ifthat he is proMrbL The affray happened oa air4 seeM between Market ad Jeflwrioo jrfont dofiioo U a soa ot lV oy Moqtdoieos wealthy retired retail liquor M He WM in the hospital fprsxwM wssbs M ter the mbootinf but WM 41sM charged cured tea day q Yesterday he WM praatr today H WM decided to l hErnia the b ptl Idriruii rent tThe mam wfeo to cbftryed with iho ting Mont tottioo iit Dr 1f Samvel Ornate TW UtmWe be c i weeD the mtm ockrii II 1 ttITairdtree1k sportiig hoae lttoyllt i J IjJ m firm jf rtf j ii tr iCr W OwesL Mdi iiJi ba + been here this ingi with lMtIraPer the point After over he decided that Harroda burg already iba4 enough Be rg papers aaI thaif there was no loBgfelt waat the kiwi Mr =Dfite beei this section tod BO doabk wo ld haVe gir n tt people a splendid paper Bell accepted a poai tion with the Cituens1 Insurance Ckxnpaoj of Looi vniev as special r pws ntaUve and if he can get pe te fc ake ftot policies like be OB inAwcfc ttM trabscribe for fSHpers lie wffl make the eompaoy a Valuable roan HarIrIsbarg Heirnid CASTORI A JafatI i4 eLiksEWyRInINEktB Q batvtof i IJJNtWSY lfADR TXUMDAT Ii ADVANCE jfqSPRINGFIELD KY fL ljlJ t 1 PAVISQN Jr i TI OI uUes 10 cwte PIr JYJ I t MIa wwfc Is AMM at cnr IC k iimivc ntjytJifcias tr Tt Aiiui1iI ets made oa liberal J Irw r Jt iWadSS ISJ rewUOU of rwlpect3 1 bsprms 1 iwt7 islrat t 1350 50C iHf CMftMrt H f IfJOM4i4eIO es R fTRUkMDAYO T 19 1905 jJ f if We publish thiweek the an ouaoement of Mr J TXut edge bji Idcan- Id 1 candidate for sheriff at the eke tion November 7th nextYr i Whaitpfl has ouly a short time +k IB which tomake his canvass bu If t 2i t either he or some of his deputies rrexpect to get around among the TOters to make their wants fknOwn Mr Wharton is thor j 101IY capable of making the ft county a good officer should he 4 if be elected and be goes in the cDtest with a determination to win Be has so far named two of his deppties Mr Rocker iFilleatreauand Mr C W Oder boh of whom are good men and have a strong following Anoth e er deputy from the North end off the county will be selected j4 According to the press dis patches there has been much excitement at jMiddlesboio re r cently over the factthat Frank Ball who assassinated a man int his batber shop there last week Y is surrounded by his friends and j Sls defying arrest The Sheriff I of Bell county became panic stricken and telegraphed the Governor for troops which the Governor refusedto send without further information The latest from the sceneis that Ball is in Virginia and will probably ar range to give himself up The election in Louisville be Ttweenthe Fusion ticket and the administration forces promises to be exceedingly warm The campaign which is being waged now is arousing everybod to take sides Even the ministers have taken a hand and are preaching in favor of the Fusion sfde which is advocating reformy and law and order 7 Bit Brr10J Tronbl3 It is a bad habit to borrow anything but the worst thingyou ca possibly borrow is trouble When sick sore heavy weary r and wornout by the pains and poisons of dyspepsia biliousness brights disease And similar internal disorders dont sit down and brood over your symptoms P but fly for relief tlo Electric Bit ters Here you will find sure- aidpermanentYar forgetfulness of tj l y9r troubles and your body will not be burdened by a load ol abt Use se At HaydonsipharB- rt r11ay price 50c guaranteed- Tatham Springs oc We are glad to report Mr r Elisha White very much line t proved at this writing- Mrs Robert Hardin was called to the bedside of her mother lz Mrs Chesser wlo is very sick 1ilMrs BF Jenkins and four- r cnildreni of Illinois are visiting relatives here I iMrs Isaiah Hohn nnd laugh Ji t rJ Mary of Louisville are yis Lf Ijirg relative io this community MiMft Ofk Pinkston and Ethel try visited atrtthihbme of Mrs i vMerrell Pinkston and aftefoded tY tbt protracted rne ting here j l1esdaD Johnson znd GrJffey have beed the guests of Mrs Isaac Johnson the past two weeks Rev Hatchett and wife Dr Hatchejt and wife who have- nj at the bedside oh their brother GeorgeHatchett have returned borne The brother died Wednesday Oct 11 They have the sympathy of this entire community in their sad bereave mentMr Frank Kays and Miss Elsie Dennis were married at the home of the bride Oct 1 Rev Hatchett officiating Mr Charlie Ruby and Miss Mattie Gordon were married at the home of the bride Oct 8 Rev Summers officiating Mr Thomas Gillis and Miss Lula Royalty were married at the home of Rev Hatchett Oct 8 Mr Ed Kays and Miss Pearl Gipson a runaway march went to Springfield Wednesay1Oct 11and were married in ibo County Clerks office We extend congratula tions to allIRumor reports a wedding in the neat future Mrs Epie Goff and two little daughters Edna and Ray of Lawrenceburg who have been visiting in this community have returned home The dOg have made another sheepbutchering djed What are farmers going to do Sell their sheep I pre sume and let the dogs go Misses Pearl and Emma Peav ler Nellie Noel and Messrs Oscar Peavler Lojd Adkinson Of Cornish ville and George Dean of Hillsbpro were the pleasant guests of Misses Claudia Maudie and Annie Royalty Saturday night and Sunday Margie the little daughter of Mr Ivan Cry binned her foot very badly by running against a hot iron Mr Elisha White sold amule colt to Mt yorn Brown for 50 Protracted meeting begin at Fairyiew church Sunday Oct 15 Mr John Dennis sold his farm to Richard Carey WewilL be very sorry to have Mr Dennis leave us but hope our loss will be his gain Isaac Durr and family of Illi nois who have been visiting in this community have returned home The protracted meeting closed morningThereday at 10 0 clock 3 added to the church by letter Rev Summers was assisted by Rev Purdom of Eat TexaSj who was not afraid to preach the truth Wefel that we have had a glorious meeting which leaves the church greatly revived and we earnestly pray that everyone will try toI keep building the church up in the futureand try to do as BroI Purdom has insisted on them doing HYACINTH Pminennal Election WIll mareo no cbanre No matter which candidate is elected Foleya Honey and Tar will re main the peoples favorite remedy for coughs colds and incipient consump tion It cures colds quickly and prevents pneumonia A J Nusbaum Batesvillo Ind writeshI Buffered for thre months with a severe old A druggist prepared me some medicine and physician prescribed for meyet I did not improve I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me Sold by The Red Cross Ding Store ScruSilsville Them is certainly no prouder happy being on this treat American continent than the in austnous thrifty farmer As he sallies forth these bright Au tumn days and beholds the richness pf his labor How thankful he must feel when he visits his granary and there finds an ample Supply of grain stored away tor future use and theu he tooks into his tobaccobarn apd there he sees the reward of more of his labor And again he looks forth and there is a great quan tity of corn to be gathered in wagonloads of pumpkins lying on the ground and Ob so many things that his heart is almost running over with joy and when old winter puts on her white mantle he gathers his family around the bright and happy fireside free from care while those in towns and cities have to keep moving ever moving on Mrs Enoch Foster spent last week with her sister tylrs Jas Burees1Mrs Ptrry and sop Gcebel of Owenton still remain the guests of her brother M B Gaincs of this place Born to the wife of James Burnes on the 8th a fine ooy Miss Clara Shepherd acom HAVE YOU HEARD 4 =J- iIf TH AT t p3 y the highestmarket price fory our eggs and poultry I U pJTpii6feion hides are always at the top Ibs i14isg gut strictly high grade Coal1 cFJJ My CdilWfwi from dust and slack 1 t i You can fttAload from me anytime you come rguarateetmtisfaciion every time I u Iwantili tbe fat Turkeys you have to sell r tu f 1i will p ty you the top of the market for them jr Yott cantO better anywhere if you try Lt1114 = f 4 iTrad Vl h me and be convinced tij 1 liJONES M r 7u TrNr = SSr iI Shoes Made to Order I have secured the services of an experienced 1 shbemaker and am now prepared to make shoes to order Nothing but stylish and durable work will be turned out Let me make you A Pair of Shoes itS t ct to fit your feeta pair that will wear well and feelgood IIi Repairingii I have secured the services of Mr Ed Lawrence twho will be found at all times in my general repair shop Is your sewing machine out of fix Is your shotgun out fix Do your cbaira need recaning Anything 11of repairfdbring reasonableI it to me Opposite opera youi i OESO B TAYILOR pauied by Ollie Crouch was in your town shopping last Satur dayThe preachers holding the re vival services at Willisburg were entertained by Mr N Hendren and wife on Saturday and Mr J T Reynolds and wife on Tues daySMesdames Sue M and iatlie Baker and Pearl Smothers visi ted at Mrs John Nicholsons one day last week V H T Scruggs traded to JGKeeling a much cow for two yearling heifers Mr Erastus D ringer and wife visited the latters sister Mrs Geo Prathet Sunday night MISTLETOE PUBLIC SALE Of the Residence of Sidney Green Deceased We will on SATURDAY OCT 28th 1905 iit 2 oclock p m of fer for saleto the highest bidder the beautiful new 10 room resi dence located on South side of East Main street in the town of Springfield Ky This is one of the most desira be homes in Springfield being new and up to date in every re spe fct Mr Green having had it built under his OWn supervision and using nothing but the very best material that money could buy This house has bath rooms both on first and second floors electric lights all over thehouse a splendid cellar large front and back porches 6 large closets and china cabinet stable carriage house smoke house coal house and in fact everything necessary for comfort and convenience Enclosed with new iron fence has concrete fralk in front and around house yard nicely setin bluegrass and nicethrifty shade trees planted and growing This is a beautiful location neat graded school and a place that is complete in every respect At same time and place we will offer for sale the lot adjoining this property fropting on Main street 60 feet and running back to the branch about 225 feet We will also nell a lot or house hold furnitureT The sale will take place at the house Terms made known on day of sale For further information jail on or addressf C A Green J C McElroy Administrators Sidney Green k Vital Question The Mid ay Clipper says the cook question bids fair to find a solution in that community as a Cooking School is to be opened there and a large number of the housekeepers are going to take lessons in this important art so that they will be independent of the black mistress of the kitchen who is gelling more refractory INDIGESTIONS FJtCORJ The best remedv can prelCrlbe for your Iadigestion madam Greens Augult i1ower preacribeIndigestion is making an awful record asa cause of sudden deaths It is beat ingheartfailure in its ghastly harvest You read in thepapers daily of apparently healthy and even robust men being indigestioDafterdying in many caSes before a physician could be called in This should be a warning to you who suffer with regular or periodical attacks of indigestion If these unfortunate vic tims of acute indigestion had taken a small dose of Greens August Flower before or after their meals they would not have fallen a prey to such midden seizures August Flower prevents indigestion by regulate5theiliver theentire system in a natural way rwo size ajc sad 750 All druggla For ale at Haydonb Pharmacy and unreliable every day The best of society now recognizes the ability to go to the kitchen and prepare a good palatable meal as a badge of honor greatly to be longed for It is said the husbands in the community are all smiles over the prospects of their wives learning how to cook for they feel that they will soon be in a position to save from 1 to 2a week on their expenses to say nothing of the saving atj home as there will be nothing carried off in buckets and tin pans by their new white cooks It will be seen therefore that Midway bids fair to solve the servant question without having to go to Switzerland or some other foreign country Rural Delivery Costly Rurall free delivery is expen jsive butgood It has cost something more twelve millions a year already though it reaches not more than onethird of the- rural population if any popula tion can be properly described as rural in these utterly urban days when the telephone and the trolley bind the country to the city and practically make or are making the whole country a concentration or bunch of cities Petitions for the eiten sion of this service pour in by the bushel TKejre were nearly five hundred of them in one week of last summer New routes are established at the rate of about six hundred a month iSjreaiSjiI prayided no reduction of salaries is made and the salaries of beingincreasedfree delivery is a great and goop mccqCongresstheir virtues of course and not for their votes Harrodsburg Herad CASTOR IIA For Infant and Children fkib Kind You Hays Always Bought sears the- 1gnatnre of LETTER LIST Remaining unclaimed in the Springfield postoffice for weekending October 18 1905 Jake Massy Hattie Offutt Mrs Alie Montgomery S J Perkins Joe Kellogg G W Thomas D Thornton Jim Steel E R Watson Miss Kate Weaver Mrs N K Whoatle T S Williams Joseph Wilkins Persons coinngiortnese letters will please say advertised and give date of list W A Waters P Mi 1d Gnrea GoldIn Take Laxative un3davIets All druggists lit fails to c ure E W Graven gnat is on eachboz 2So Journoll an DullflBliterii The scribbling cricketer Is being oatt clanscd by Spain A bullHglit Is be lug organized at ranipeluua In which the whole body ot matadors picadors and banderlllos will be selected from Journalists on the Stuff of the Heraldo the Imparclal and other papers says the London Chronicle Some vivid and pfciuresquc pywm no doubt result from tJSjiMMrJlsform of corrida It Is to boreJNtIkOVever that the Im psslons7 of the hlet actors in the performance tbe bulls cannot be glv eu to the public Paailng of the Paris Black Cat Soon the Chat Noir will dlsnppenrI from the memories of Paris Its old associations says the London Globe As a hotel It has ceased to ex Is Many managers have tried to make it 457withoutj depriving It en tirely of Its traditions but since Sails nobody has been able to bit the public fancy In such measure as to command success The place Is now being en tirely transformed and will next ap- peall to the public as an old curiosity diop1Sr Democratic Candidate The following gentleman were declared the nominees of their party for the respective county offices at theDemocratjc primary held in Washington county Au gust Oth 1904 They are to b voted for at the regular election IForFor Co AttorneyT S Mayes County ClerkWe F Booker Repstnttive W D Ulaybl soke or Sheriff J S Osbournp Supt of ScioolsJ W Bush FlrJ ilerGeoD Catlett For AssessorT P OBryan W T MitOhellDeuty orCoronerJ M Montgomery WHAT SHE PLAYED I Tile Lnat MailcThnt Theodore ThoM a Heard on Earth Diving the last Illness of Theodore Thomas although he was not at any time unconscious qr delirious he hard ly noticed the members of his family as they came and vent at thq bedside But one morning he seemed to be bet ter Ho made little Jokes with tbe doctors and his SOilS and talLied about his White mountain homo At 12 oclock ho seemed tired The editor of his autobiography says that he sank into a dreamy state and then roused him self to say to his wife In a lingering ecstatic voice I have had a beautiful vision a beautiful vision Then Ilie drifted oft Into silence Ills wife thought he was tired and went downstalcs to luncheon llent chief ly with the purpose of leaving him to rest He had given tier a chime of bells to be used In summoning the family to moals and because of hisJ Illness they had never been rung in house Now because be seemed so- much better she played on them a lit tIe bugle call that came Into her head playledthe call that is sounded over the graves of dead soldiers She rushed back to the bells and played the call engraved on a metal plate above them Afterward she found that this was reveille the soldiers signal to rise mU1alehtad been symbolic of death and the resurrection Youths Companion IA a Clincher Im not so particular About speed but I must have a gentle horse re pealed Mr Green My wife wants to drive you see Will you warrant this horse to be sqfe Certainly said the dealer reassur ingly Hes a regular lodys horse You are sure be4 not afraid of any thing asked Mr Green anxiously antI for the tenth time The dealer assumed an air of reflec tion Well there is one thing that he has always appeared tobe afraid of ever slnc6 I got him he admitted conscientiously It seems as If hes seared to death for fear some one might say Whoa and ho not bear It i The Separation Mrs Grogan Keegan an his wife had a fierce scrap Mrs liogan An did they separate Mrs Grog 1 They did but Kocgan was most dead before the coprf could get th twisters on Mrs Keegan an separate thlmPuck Pnvlnsr the Way Has Harold asked your father to give his consent r Il He told father last night that he had made 5000 In arenl natnfnlnnl so I suppose hes risking hlni othe Install meat platrIIJ waukeo Journal No man Is matriculated to the art of life till he has been well temptcd Oonrce Eliot LETTERIaside usfreelyconSdenearJltolUantitresadriceLatoeureCechMtisaoo 4 v i I DayLaxative e 4 T izJA wILLIfjTbkIznature Q J2 REAL ESTATE FOR SAU By McElroy e Wharton jjjjII Real state Dealers SPRINGf IELD ify 130 acre farm situated 7 mIles Springfield good dwelling house 150 and tobacco barn Price 3000 220 acre farm located 6 inules from Springfield all lays well mostly in grass good dwelling and two good barns convenient to both church and school Price J250 per acre 52 Nice farm 270 acres 7J miles from Springfield first class improvements of every kind 8 room dwelling first class stock and tobacco barns good 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 thepike Price37 per acre 54 Farm of 175acre6lmIIes from Springfield on good pike EUrst class improvements of every kind all in grass lays well and is well fenced S35 per acre 55548 acre farm 6 miles from Springfield on good pIice good improvements three good barns nearly all tobacco land and lays well PrIce 40 per acre mjlesfromhouse and barn well fenced and watered 45 per acre Si Fjri stock farm 21 mIles from town 230 acres nearly all in grass 60acres in clover 50 acres in orchard grass nice woodland all in blue grass qica 8 room dwelling 2 good stock barns good boone well at barn and cistern at house 300 or 400 locust post price 50 per acre 58 90 acre farm 5 miles from Springfield located on the pike good land in high state of cultivation good small dwelling and barn Price S30 per acrep 59 181 acres of land 1 mile from Springfield all in grass good house and barnreU fenced and watered 50 per acre 60 60 acre farm 61 miles from Springfield good 3 rOOm dwelling good barn well watered and fenced 40 per acre 61 130 acre farm 5 miles from Bardstown on pike good 1 room dwelling good barn 6080 good out buildings fine orchard 500 trees 90 acres perfectly level land all in grass Price S3000 62 Farm of 208 acres 5 miles east of Bardstown all lays well 133 acres cleared 75 acres in white oak and cedar 2 small dwellings price 2600 63 Farm of 145 acres 21 miles from Springfield all in grass lays well price 1450 i 64 185 acre farm one mile from Mackville on the pike good well ing barn and outbuildings well fenced and watered mostly intyue Cramp In the Lfgm Pep Jewho are subject lo criunp In the legs should always be provided with i good strong piece of cQrd esjie daIly in their bedrooms tVhcn the cramp comes on take the cord wind It round the leg over the place where It Is cramped take an end In each boat 0114 give It a sharp pull one that will hurt n little and the cramp will cease Instantly Ppoi Ie much subject to cramp In bed have found grtat relief from wearing Oar each leg a garter of wide tape which has several thin slices of cork sti tolled on to It cA1crLT4Besnth HarsAhnysl Signature fef I tiAttention Horsemen t 4Ihorses tto break or train that I am prepared to handle i them The best of attention given while in my hands Horses Tjained toSaddle and H rnessiiI will have the Fair Grounds track in good condition 5O for handling horses t Breaking Training Buyingand Selling Will be my business 5P 1 LD BAKERS i THE DODGING PERIOD of a womans life is thenanie often given to the change oflife Your growscantiersuddenly entire change lasts three or fouf years and is the cause of much pain and discomfort which can however be cured bytakipg WJE CARDUI Woman s Refuge in DistressI- t quickly relieves the pain nervousness irritability miserableness forgetfulness fainting dizziness hot and willbringaldbuildyourllfe Try At all Druggists irx 100 bottles Put 5 EVERYTHING IUT DEATH- I BuHered write Virginia Bob of jCartoa Jill ratU I took Oardai kIckc4meaeqnIckiyitiarpeIes4 r detor wM dldat Dew I w f taMar It I wiafc I JaM ksowK W Cardml seslIft U life 109tS peta66 roUlMaCkvlle plentynewstate of cultivation Price 300 frontSpringfieldand tenant houseJoyctstock barn and tobacco barn 100 acres ID gras 4500 67 248 acre farm situated 21 miles from Springfield on the pike good 6 room dwelling good baVh cistern at fenceddeslrable Tmilesfromroom dwelling good barn rand other outbuildings plenty tobacco Iand 2 acres bottoii land iayseJ1 and mpstly in grass Price TSO per acre 69 14C farm 21 miles north of Willisburg good 6 room Qwellinjr food stock and tobaccobarn first class tenant house easy payments price20S Springfieldbarn and all necessary outbuilding 3250 per acre 71 334 acres located in Nekot county 2i miles hem Maud twc small houses good barn well watered and mostly in grass S15 per acre Springfieldoutbuildings stock barn and new tobacco barn Price S6000r 73 7f acres three miles from Mackville good house and barn all in gIass price S18 per acre 74 96 acresrthree miles frrpr Mack ville mostly in grass plenty tobaccc land good house and barn prIce S22SO 75 1221 acres located close Is school and church 6 room dwelling plentyof76 140 acres 21 miles from Willis burg good dwelling goo Jstockan tobacco barn 30 acres timber fans wellAvatered Price S30 per acre 77 id6 acres 2 milesfrom ilackvill all In grass 6 robin dwelling stock barn milk house and meat house plenty of fruit of all kinds Price 2spetaereC78 116 acres in Pleasant Rui neighborhood good improvement ol eVery lclnd lays well arid Js wl1 fcncedand watered price 50 Springfield rringfleld4land S ares timber price 500 Sjiringfieldbottatlancll2acres i SprfAfield rperacre 7 i dwollingoibarnacres m grass PricaS2500 I 84 100 acres 1 miles froth Ten wick good house and battiwII 1plentyjoostrongwell fenced and watered prj fj 2700 J f lSpringfield1 and atered Price 60r rj t 876 acres one mile frpMLBookeV goodnew 6 room house stock bar aan4 other buildings Qrckdri Veil watered and fenced all tobacco laid 32 per acreIr tr 8850 acres one mite from Booked 4 room house good tobacco t1 rnv3i aCres In grass all f32 per cre 891M acre from ftOltilOOjMSprinfield near roam dwelling arid barn sad k ifenced well price tract J 90 150 acr farm located 6 tI e Mite from Texas near pike good h4 Htand barn well watered asd feMW price30r SFifrfieldI prpv acresertobacresingrasa barns and3tenaht houses T vj 92 140 acrei well locatcj12 SOHesS and brn Prlc 2600 f t JJif tt 11 TOwn PIYJP OJ t + r l Firstclass tc butWiBjr taa3e4six room dwelling both in jKrstcl N pckelOW tIi c and ronveniently arra a modern improvtaieBte t Good house fi acrea ol1aris au good onbuildliis Nice small dwellinloajebaeavnuc Nice 5 room dtage set Perryville pike fci tsmant A numberof lots for sale H GrvMtir Virginia and Lebanon Avekuer tSprimdt iiPS r The First Nation i SPRINGFIELD KYr Biff Ipi1IfOqOOI rIISurplosand Undivided ProTKs U N 1 g OIiFI ERS L Litsey President John W Lewi8 Ict4ieenti fjA McElroy Cashier U B Cain Assistant GaskierM LNr Foster BookKeeper U t JW s DIR CTORSB j Litsey J W new p K g bell 1 H Edelen H M iiWe jssldneYfJrFrCaI Iigrantevery favor consistent i iefr ness respectfnlIv solicited I oooo ss 1 I aEE E 3 f The Sprillgfield Meat MarketCrIt I I Cox Morn P optstf I A Fresh Mat otaILlinu r TishandOysfers t 4S- arf in Season Free Delivery t Pit + 95 II Main St SPRlNGFIELIXY d S EEmm E 4e5 Peoples DtB8nI SPRINGFIELD KY 4 ORGANIZED BECEMKCK 1 r Capital 5OO0 Tt ff Surplus and Prof it H yiSv1 if OFFICER Beb Do Kob2rUon President L Hyliariik i treldent J A RouUvarc Cashier CHa MwcdAsslzttantCashler nc Lee nOtJi Xeep rti 0 DIRECTORS Geo D Robertson IH Thurmas Wv L L Hairdo J W Satterly T Y Blaafoti Gr1itGf PatronS enjoy every privilege uSuaHy exteadeiiiy relfiiUfe aii4 Srwell equipped Banks Prospective depositors are Invited it jrl4tifh g call in person trc JLJirCIiSy F rJCAI I I 5ryt tbeyseuij- or voting woman who would win success in life Thte cwiced K offlrst Importance to get our training at the schooll bat st1 hi tW very front rank N Thh BRYANT STRATTOJt VINECOLLES E CIRr sc se wai t y B0OKK Eep NcaJ evcR cxjierkucea teAcfceri ech oa4 H0JlltT HAN CJP ev specialist ja kfa ttMIWiIt lw TYFEWrUTIPJ beautiful boolt fiviiif tstietoiiut 1 ELEAHVgiduae MCUPlia peo4oetpoei all over the JOnlted tatcsitwlll be iBA Uertto youPLtiL ttckool open aJ t1e year Students can enter taY tiseeITHOS WDRY9N GEQA W SCHWARTZ P9ESIDENTSEOYANDTREA A5 V r MilJ BURTON WI IPENT DENTIST TEETH EXTRACTED f IHOUT PAIN oiwvsKag idoclc ftp flUiri SJKINGFIEfJD KY jfitiji jDntal Wotk Strictly 5 l Firstclass 1DR V H1 LAMPTON L OFFICE ii I Opera Housfc WrFGRlGSBY ATTORNEY AT LAW uc over Peoples Bank f SPRINGFIELD KY jftB KOBAEDS M W FVAtT RiBARDS HYATT Itysiciins and Surgeons tffice w next to blerks Office DR J H HOPPER PHYSICIAN and SBRGEOH PHONES Office Over Office 97 HaganlGrocery Residence 71 JAMES GRAVES PRACTICAL rIttciiBilcr ltd Jeweler Carries a line of Watches Clocks I and Jewelry Repairing a Specialty located on Main Street opposite Presbyterian church t Springffeld Ky m WF TRUSTY PRACTICALI DENTISTOffice ove Haydon Barber c Dental work at raasonable prices All Work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD KY JOHN Y MAYES at fUNERAL uiKtCTOR AND L1CEHSED EMBALMED TELEPHONE DAY19tNIGHT T4 SPRINGFIELD KY Railroad Schedule Following is the time schedule nOw in effect on the Eard town and Springfield branch railroad No 4l Leayes Louisville at 410 pm Ba1 ds own Junction 502 pm Bardstown 552 pm arrives at Springfield 645- p rn No 42 Leaves Springfield at 630 am Bardstown 617am Bards own Junction 705 am arrives at Louisville 755 amI No 43 Leaves Louisville at 730 am Bardstown Janction 930 am Bardstown 1115 am arrives at Springfield 1240 pm SNo44Leaves Springfield 120 pm Bardstown 230 pm Bardstown Junction 435 pm arrives at Louisville 545 pm No 90 SundaysonlyLeaves Springfield at 715 am Bards town 8 am Bardstown Junction 845am arrives at Louisville 935am jIb4 No 91 Sundays onlyLeaves Louisville t6 pm Bardstown Junction 650 pm Bards town 785 pm arrives at Springfield 825 pm Notice All parties knowing themselves indebted to Sidney Grende ceased either by note or ac count will please call and settle same at once All parties hav SidneytGreen will present them prop erly proven to us on or before the 1st day of November 1905 G A Green J C McElroy Administrators Sidney Green deceased S CcMnpllTes laHe CoifortaWr Incipient consumption is cured by Yoleys Honey tied Tar but yc do not hold out false hopes to consumptives py elaiaiinff that it will cure this dread dtofee in the advanced stages but if the IttBg are not too for one Foleya Bo yaLBd Tar will effect a cure as it I tep the racking cough and soothes the Inflamed air passages giving them a ckaHce to heal and evwn in the ad aced tjfes it a1way gives comfort J i relief A A Hcrren uf Finch Ark writesr Fol y Ko ey and Tar Li the best prcparatlou fat ghs and longrtronbla I know that it hai cared con oinptiQtt in the flrslttlelltiSold edCr Dnf8t9r wj r I fiII i1 1 YYTheFreshest and i Latestii I AlIAlK ut Yourself Friends I nd Acquaintances IOP ICS LMIf ftftftftftftftLftt IIMixedspicsand pickling vineS gar at Hagan Bros Rolled oats bulk or package at Jno C Shaders Te1est and cheapest guns in town at Hagan Bros About 30 bushels of seed rye for sale Di John Deboe tINew evaporated peaches and apricots at Hagan Bros Mincemeat and apple butter in bulk at Jno G Shaders Strjctly first lass homemade sorghum at Hagan Bros grocery IOld bestIon Thirty varieties Heinz pre servesand pickles Hagan Bros Bananas grapes oranges apples and lemons at Jno C Shaders For good meats go to Carpen ters butcher shop He handles only the best i Just received a barrel each of Heinz sweet and sour pickles at Jno C Shaders For something firstclass in Sorghum molasses or cider vine gar try Jno C Shader L D Baker bought a2 year old bay gelding of Prank Clark son also a 3iyearold gelding of Dr RoBards TAKEN DpOn my place a sow which the owner can get by calling and paying charges fe MONAX Marriage license was issued last week to J Lloyd Fenwick and Miss Rosa A Anderson two young people of the county L D Baker announces in his advertisement this weekthat is prepared to break and tram hor ses Stable at the fairGrounds Thcounty is having a new concrete sidewalk4put along the West side on court sq uareE- S Mayes JrVhas the contract for the work BORNOn Sunday morning last to Mr and Mrs J B Robertson twinsa son and dau terThe combined weight of the pair was fourteen pounds Mr Alexander Sutton and Mrs Matilda Barr were married at Jailer Catletts residence Tuesday RevT A Simms officiating It is the second mat rimoni l venture for each Have you selected your winter reading yet Hook ai our clubbing list on another page of this issue We t give the News Leader and any of the city dailies for almost the price of the daily The contest against the will of the late J F Gribbens brought by his sort Oliver Gribbens has been settled out of court and the property will be sold on Satur day next as advertised in thiS issue of the ewsLead r jt desire to offer my services as auctioneer to all parties having sales to make Having had several yearn experience as auctioneer in the South I feel that I can give satisfaction WILL P HATCHETT- Mackville Ky theIDerringer ONeal on e 12th as beinga good sale throughout everything selling high Also a saie in Boyle county for Polk Williams on the 14th as being a good all round sale Danville court Monday as rather a dull day and not much stock on the market The marriage of Miss Ruby Lampton to Mr Hirshel Smith is announced for the 26th inst tx take place at the home of her grandfather Mr Dinwiddie at Leitchfield The brideelect is one of Springfields mot deser ving girls and has a host ofI friends here hi her hometown HrjLamptonHrj I erly occupied by Sam Derriager and ownedby Miss Fannie Wall Mr Logan Walker will move into the house vacated by Mr McClure Mrs Nancy E Walker has purchased the houseon rfc Grundy Avenue built by Logan Walker and will move into ii next week Rev T D Latimer closed a very successful revival meeting at the Pleasant Grove church last Sunday There were seventeen additions to the church and the membership was spiritually strengthened Joseph D Land and Mrs Eliz abeth Mann who were passing through here on their way to Bullit county stopped off and were married in the county cirkSs office yesterday Rev Lyons of the Methodist church performed the ceremony Dan Polin who was sent to the i Insane Asylum sbme weeks ago suffering from mental trouble has returned perfectly restored to his right pint A jury in theii county cQurt passed on his case hist week and pronounced him restored c STRAYEDOn my place about two months ago a black sow weighing about 200 pounds Owner can have same by prov iirfg property paying for adver tisement and keep and what j corn she has destroyed j f J T PRATHER j SPRAYED From my place l neal Valley Hill one day last week a bay mare 2 wears old heavy build Any information leading to her recovery will be rewarded t JEROME WOHNER y ValleyHiiI Ky Nannie Leachman Duncan eleven months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Duncan died dt nine oclock Sunday evening She was a delicate child hind had been sick the greater part l of Her short life The funera- lsrvice was conducted at the Pleasant Grove church by Rev i T D Latimer and the remains were laid torest in the cemetery adjacent to the church Among the salesof Washing ton county farms during tIle past weekjwe nOtec the following C W Stallings sold to W C Hamilton his farm J near Springfield containing 50 acres for 3400 John Walls sold his farm in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood to John Dennis at 33 per acre The JTrent59 per acre Mr Joe Keeling of this county bought a farm nearFairfield paying 5000 for it William Whitfield and Mrs Mary J Nally were granted marriage license by County Clerk Booker yesterday but were unable to find a magis trate to perform the ceremony so they went over to I ebanon to have the knot tied They could not agree on a minister to perform the ceremony News of the death of Mrs Emily Wortham nea Myer oif Honey Grove Texas was received by relatives here Tu s day She was the daughter of Mrs Fannie Myer who yisitea Mrs F M Martin this summer and a niece ot Mrs Ardis Brown Two years ago Mrs Wortham brought the remain of her hus band and child to Danville for burial The funeral occurred Wednesday afternoon at J 3 oclock Robert Young alias Moran was tried before Judge Noe On Tuesday on the charge of cutting Will Hurt in a difficulty which arose over a crap game which was in progress on Saturday 11rrom Standpoint a Professional know thpl pure 4 4 ItheIOur Drtigs are absolutely pure and c 4 CHEAP HATS 7NDHIGHGR7DBGdODs- o 1 Our reputation for high grade and stylish goods and the best ever offered to the ladies of Springfield and the 411ery countryis well established Having our reputation in this class of goods we estabffpose to carry a stock of J Jt1 t fCheap Prices for Good Hats I 4 Knottt Millinery Co tlStrictly Cash Peoples Bank Building 4444444444444c9night Young was held over to the grand jury During the hearing of the evidence proof was brought out cohvicting sev eral of the participants in the crap game George Leachman and Doc Grundy were given a fine of 20with thecosts and are on the rock pile Jack LeWis has not been caught and Charlie Bitts prove his innocence This is almost the first conviction on record where a negro testIfied in convicting othersin a crap game- R G W Lyon who was appointed by the M E Confer ence to the pastorate of the Sebree church has exchanged work with Rev J C Hoskinson whowithJiifamily leftyesterday for their new home The reason for the exchange is that Mr Lyon feared the health of his wife would suffer on account of the low country surrounding Sebree The salary paid by the Sebree church is more than that of this station which was an inducement to Mr Hoskinson to make the exchange Mr Hoskinson and wife made many friends while here whose good wishes follow them to their new home Mr Lyon preached his first ser mon last Sabbath and was well received by his congregation the greaternumber of whom had previousfy met him when heed the song service in a revival meeting held in the Methodist church two years ago His family consisting of wife and daughter arrived last weekS To The Citizens of Washington County Having been solicited by many of my friends both Democrats and Republicans and having been nominated by the Republican party for office of Sheriff of Washington county I have accep ted the trust imposed on me and promise if elqcted to givq to the whole people faithful efficient nonpartisan service I earnestly request your support J RUTLEDGE WHARTON fEFCNAL Rev VH Williams is in Louisville this week 04 rMrs J H Lampton is visiting relatives at LitcUfield Mr Paul South Frankfort is visiting frieuds here The Misses Cleaver were here from Lebanon Monday Df J B JttoBards and wife werE in Louisville Monday Mrs Walter E Leach m ant is visitingher mother in Louisville 1 I Mr SB Thompson is in Eistern Kentucky on business Miss Annie Peter has gone to Mackville to5 nurse Mrs Isham Mrs J LvWhartop4and son Ormsby F are in Louisville this week Mr Miles La liam of Auburn 111 is visiting relatives in the county Mrs Charles R Mclntire is visiting her parents in Meade county IRe iH Hoskinson and fam 1rpunt1ii1 o devoid of injuries substitutes When we compound your prescriptions we giye you exactly what is called for and thebes of the various compounds We keep a very complete line of toilet articles and can safely look after Iyour needs in this regard Prices right too c ClJ HAYDONS CORNER DRUG STOREI left Wednesday morning for Iii Messrs Rod Wharton and George Neikirk spent Sunday at Perry ville Mrs Neal West of Louisville is the guest of Mrs F M Mar tin this weeks Lee L McElroy of Kansas City is here for a short visit to his parents t t Mrs W C McChord and daughter Miss Annie are in Louisville this week MrfEtlgar Haydon and wife of Bardstown visited Mrs Leo Haydon last Sunday Mr Hugh Noe and family vis ited relatives at Harrodsburg Saturday and Sunday Miss Kate Mayes has been quite ill with remitting fever but is somewhatimproved Miss Mary Lewis has returned from a visit with friends atLaw renceburg and Louisville Misses Lizzie Leachman and Catharine Russell spent Tupsday with Mrs JIf Hill of Lebanon Miss Jennie Redding spent Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mrs John Brownat Leba non Mrs F M Martin and Mr Neal West attended the funeral of Mrs Emily Wortharn at Dan ville yesterday Rev W Y Davis of Louisville was here on business concerning the Sallie Grundy Orphanage last week I Mrs Rodman H Williams left today to join her husband at Owensboro where lie has located to practice medicine Mesdames Bell Cleaver Tom Spalding Rankin and Miss Nancy Spalding were dyer from Lebanon Tuesday Rev T D Latimer and Elder W A Watersrare attending the meeting of the Kentucky Synod in Louisville this week Mr M G Leachman returned last week from Hot Springs Ark where he has ben for the benefit of his health Mrs G W Lyon and daugh ter arrived Tuesday evening to join Rev Lyon the new pastor of the M E church Mr Joe S Clay roo e wai herOa part oftbis week on busi ness for his clothing man rac turing house in Louisville Mrs Ella Jennings and neice Asie Burton of Danville revisiting Dr Burton They are with Mrs G C Whartoo Mrs J W Lewis and daughter Miss Mary and Miss Hatlgie Brown spent Tuesday and Wed nesdav in Louisville Mr and Mrs AO McElroy were called to Danville Monday by the death of their niece Miss Ella Caldwell They returned yesterday morning Miss Betlie B DeBoe has returned from Louisville where she had a surgical operation per formed on her thumb on the tight band Misses Aline Smith QElizabeth Clark and Messrs Joe Mathews and Hugh Marshall of Bards town visited Miss Jennie McCabe Sunday Messrs E S Mayes WVC McChord and Chas M M Chord are attending meeting of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Lou isville this week Marshall Duncan is in Bards tcm n today to undergo an examination for license to praotice law He is to be examined by a committee of attorneys from the Bardstown bar Mr Robert Mcllvoy one of the countys oldest and best known citizens is very low at his hqme at Willisburg of blood pdisoning resulting from a bone felon Misses Willa Boxott Bertha Haydon Florence and Pearl Edelen Messrs Joe Clements a i Will Leachman Will Hagan and Herman Mudd attended the Mission services at St Arigus tihes church aV Lebanon last J night Misses Florence a iPenr1 Edelen enteitained a number of their friends at tITer home near town last Wednesday evening at progressive euchre Those who attended were Misses T4ida run dy Maranda Tucker Willa j Knott Flora Mudd Katie Cam Bertha Haydon Eddie and Gir trude Shader Fannie Smith Sarah Simms Jennie McCabe Margaret Hagan Annie Edelen Florence Hamilton Mattie Rob ertf on Mr Pat Kelley and wife Messrs Joe and James Clements Will Leachman Arthur and Herman Mudd George Robertson Shaker Robertson Will Hagany Willie Medley Wathen Simms Evan Hagan John Londeta Tomie Hamilton Dr Wood Chas nejAfter the game a bountiful lunch was seryed and the prizes were wonby Miss Fannie Smith and Wathen Simms Fun ot Trie Mcanin I are these lines from JH Simmons ofCasey Ia Think what might haye resulted from his terrible cough if he had not taken the medicine about which he writes 1 had a fearful cough that disturbed my Light V rest I tried everything but nothing would relieve it until Itook Dr Kings New Discovery for Con sumption Coughs and Cods which completely cured me Instantly relieves and perma nently cures all throat and lung diseases prevents grip and pneu monia At HaydonV pharmacy gparanteed 50aandl00 Trial bottle free V For Sale Fine farm containing 275 acres located at Bopker Station Good 8 room brick house with good outbuildings stock barn granary and two tenant houses with stable at each AIsohas three tobacco barns Fifty acres of ccoiandwell watered and is right on the railroad This place could be divided so as to make two ex cellent farms with plenty of im provements on each Fork further information inquire of McElroy Whartpn agents Springfield Ky PUBLIC SALE qF v LIP AND PERSONAL PROPERTY SATURDAY OCTOBER 21 Agents for Mrs Annie Grib bens and Oliver Gribben we will on the above late at the residence of the late John F Gribbens about three miles from Springfield Ky on the dirt Spajdingspm offer for sale to t ebjgn- est and best bidder the following described property The farm qontaining about 104 acres with good improvements and in good state of cultivation This farm contains some fine to bacco land Will also sell 3 cows and one calf 2 yearling heifers 25 hogs 2 horse 25 sheep 1 buggy and harness 1 road wagon plowgearandments 16 bushels of rye about 600 buhhelsof corn and household and idtchen furniture If the farm is not sold it will be rented for the year 1906 to the highest and best bidper TERMsThe real estate will be sold on a credit of one and two years wit interest from date payable annually The pur chaser to give bond with good personal security for the pur haseprice or make a cash pay ment of at least 500 The bond for the purchase price to contain a condition that in default of payment df any note or interest at maturity the whole purchase price is to become due and pay able On all personal property all sums oZ 10 and under cash in hand Sums in excess of lf on a credit of six months interest ifrona date of sale T SCOTT MAYES WO McCnoRoT i Sppcial Agents The Orimal Foley Co Chicago originated Honey and Tar as a throat and lung remedj and on account of the great merit arid popularity of Foleys Honey and Tar many imitations are offered for the genuine Ask for FoleyS Honey andTar and refuse any substitute offerea as no other preparation wilt give the same satisfaction It is mildly laxative It contains no opiates and iis safest for children and delicate persons For sale by The Red Cress Drug Store DrWe J 3l1l Cr-Mecgforblo 4indsJcIndIiesi rjw tt BRING YOUR f lfl1 t PRESCRIPTIONS Nt 1 7 ftl ifJri1fi I TO TflE 4 11itlliJ jV IJrtl ftv l ONLY THE PURESTtJ1 IJ1 v DRUGS USED tn i1 L nlyyvi j W Pronlpt idici Careful AttentionM- ft i iz1i f B gi Given Prescriptions If 1lt l t f H Dayor1igJit iJij lI lri tv v lYJ Day Phone 89 friv v 1 1ii Night Phone 106 v fIt f 1 1 I Y on nJv v Y v jt V I 2 tl t Big Specials 9 jji IN l t Dress 600dSd Io J1t g f J 52 inch Extra Quality All Wool Black 8 L Panama Cloth 9 j i C 1 S76cPer Yard sQ l1 j Realalue oi this Cloth iis S 25 No mpreT it 0 9 f t i i r the atjove price after this lot is gone 9JJifr 44 inh BlackAll Wool Serge g j t Q ft 50cPerYard 91I t This Serge Cheap at 650 some get750 for iame g f 50 inch Splendid Quality Broad Cloth in all the r most desirable colors 8 100 Per Yard ti i T 11- t Regular ist gradet Xifjj4 d You shouldnt fail to see our large stock of Ladiec Cloak Suits and Rain Goats r tfr ROBERTSON BROU28C f 00 000000660006 t 1 Lr L ijj iiiiWi jijtiWWlWlii liiiWiWiii tt SHOES 1 I 1 1111 1- a r j 3 33fr l 3 3 j s i3 9 3 3 f We desire to rc i rl jthatj in one of tfie mot complete linei oi fW PIue and PJiii Shoes we have ey died and Shoes to from the h boot for the farmer to the Little Red Schoolhtiusd Shoe for the children See our Men Fine 3 13Patent Leather with the latest style toe We i3 are exclusive handlers oi the celebrated 3 Queen QualitvJ3 for ladies We guarantee rice and quality 1 GRUNDY McINTIRBf s T Successors to Grundy Clajbrooke Vclattrs 1s 71llp 1 L ioinuciI MCELROY GC Waeo tMcry Wharton 44Jt IIusurallcee1 Reall Estatc Ageva nt if Firitifl iitt Tork1urcs Jt tf i t Lda o1d piiskzitOffice ovetPisoples Bank 4S LAyers111shii Wantyrmoutacheorbeard BIIINGHAM DYE beautiMbtownprr1ckbIackUse i A4 z c SIRIIENRY- MQlfiAN I t K f BUCCANEER hf ay CYRUS TOWNSEND BRADY jLuitur of T1Nhr Uv tIIt CuWry Tt Grin et Hwwr Etc 4 1 c 4 i COiyaWri Hies Y c w aILLINGHAM CaMP + NY J v c 3c1t crted ono of the pifflcers vt 6Dii yeItpcMN ta dylngj He would r ek wt 111 f MwreAK feed Jicrsclf to be le- dj l WBfciii flit T tar lay uixm the loor- OM9il WHImllrCIQud taken Ills f w ki The veryjeeoidz ot j i 1II wwwe iibeid Lovely fR usc fl f Ibrccfefe knelt at wlak1c a gnat pity la1tTbe viceroy u1 dose to Wain k ytn bogM Mid Poot fr k FtMpt Heal14ol1 saved me Wat ttte xpea o vof your lives WM Got ye couid have bee- nsndr Xql g1a the dyla man Thou itX S fMt Mm I watched thee I heard l N eaM upoa hfe Mwe nouwe- rtrftJMittor M aM so J rUe wU1glr He M a 4n attgaiaH Would be might WT WUII tfrfte trMibhwl with the vloteat jttJt cost hIn to speak He gasped as4r vet0 wnlle By an 1m for wkk she was ever after fitj ps1 1S Mt1Ift head slipped her MM aretMd M eckt lifted him up and agonyI1iSt itat eartM be MuDed up at ber happytt vWJlf h4s iit said the officer t Owl MeMs soul a gallant gentle auH Hid the viceroy taking oft hla- vMl1 aaa Em example was followed by r retT MM ia the rem Ii j Aad Cafkmto AJvarado said Mer t cedis ibififtr to her feet and turning to tie tier Agurc- v8MMritat t t answered another of the j Acer te lives See he moves A little judder crept through the hue jef tke prostrate captain ivlo jlMMl wriy beev k pcked sescless by the WoijA dwas otherwise unhurt qulck1iWHh skilled lagers begot by long jifftetice the cavalier cut the lacings of Urara4ots doublet and gave him wa- Wr tIMtl a little wine As the young jw Uta KtanMd to aconsciousnesd once MM tM ace crowded around him tit viceroy la the center Mercedes on a ii tkJtH apill Meecedes whispered the young I taptaia alive unharmed Yet auwered Mercedes brokenly rtk aics to God and thee M Tobar generously asserted JrAJTaracl9 Where Isl1ei De dl 0fc brave De Tobar And the citySS1AQwa f A4 Morgan pXerein my hands said the vice Fey 4erMSTlwuik God thank God And now ijro ctxcelfcncyt my promise Ithought- rrs was stricken down there would be M ied for you to r1iwMI hut earned life Alvarado not 4tb and thou HIt have it- siorisaid Alvarado whose taint se was passing from him I broke y Alighted word to the viceroy and- Boa FeNpe de Tobar I love this lady rrasd wag false to my charge Don Al Tare proatoed me death for punish Sweat alidl crave It I care not for f rXte without Aid did be tell thee why he broke bta nonir asked Mercedes taking his iraclill1 ber own and looking up at he- r1atl1eilt was my fault I made blhil1 la despair strove to throw my fHIl over the cUlt on yonder mountain aM1ie cattgbt me In his arms With Kte la blia arms which of you my IprAi abe said throwing back herb a4 with sui erb pride would not bave done the same Don Felipe de- Tofcar is detd He was a gallant gen MAJtobut I loved him not My fa Jber yow will not part us now1 Xd BaWtiie old man r will not try I carl not now what his birth or liaeage be bath shown himself a man- vet BObtest soul You heard the wishI of Tto Tobar It shall 4 e so This Is the betrothal of my daughter gentle ea Art jMtisfied captain She is sobte e ougb she bath lineage and- rsee enough for both of y4u My In isrert with our royal master will you that patent of nobility YOU mad for bravely have you won itSCHAPTER XXII 1varadooothan anything else and he would not have been lput out of so easily had It not been as exhausted by the hard those two terrible days hfch he had just passed He viceroy lila hand In that ore with a flush of pleasure and pride upon his race It was the consciousness of having won permission to marry the woman whom lie adored and who loved him with a passion that would fain over JUtcllkls own were that possible that N quickly restored him to strength With the realization of what he had iaIDedtBero came to him such an nc SJofvigor as amazed those who a i Jew momenta before had thought him I I fe4 or dying f jfcit for these poor people who have- v J wrtrerei this mylorll he ex fcetalMid with eager gratitude and hap b j forjtmAor J IMtttd n mother A good sister ah fs your vital cen MI thun liis- a of the body is bj 1fl to OV7 Ia UM gorm ot M ICASOOy iwheri the V osljI ened with ble to convert the food 4ct aoarjsht Boepfr all other whi be bt fioly church rathe than carry the ladders Which gave access to the town killed herself with her own hand She died not praise God before she had received absolution from a braVe priest although th6 holy father paid for his oflce with fiti life for Morgan killed him Tonight find by the blowing of God the afor of your excellency Iud the klndiices of the ladys heart 4 wife Long life to Donna de LaM and Captain tJarad6rt cried old Agra monte lifting up his hand The band HoUieat the noblest the bravest pair In New Spain May they be the hap piest Give me leave sir added the veteran captain turning to the vice royYoulinve done well Say I not true gentlemen And as for the young captain as he is fit to stand with the best It is meet that he should win the heart of the lovelldst His mother he has found None may knojnr his fa ther L Let me be heard growled a deep voice In broken Spanish as a one eyed old sailor thrust himself through the crowd Hornlgold screamed the bound buccaneer captain who had been a silent spectator of events from the background I missed you Have ouo The boatswain mindful of his safety for in the hurry and confusion of the attack any Spaniard would have cut kim downbetore he could followed hard upon the heels of Alva rado and De Tobar when they entered the fort and had concealed himself in see of the Inner rooms until he saw a convenient opportunity for disclosing himself net bad been a witness to nil that bad happened in the hall and he realized that the time had now come to strike the first of the blows he had prepared against his old captain As soon as tie appeared froze behind the hangings where he had remained in hiding It was evident to every one that lie was a buccaneer Swords were out nan Instant Whats this cried the viceroy In great surprise Another pirate tree and unbound Seize him Three or four of the men made 4 rush toward the old buccaneer but with wonderful agility he avoided them and sprang tothe side of Alvarado Back senorsl he cried c6olly and compoKedly facing their uplifted points JMy JOrdsald Alvarado bid these gentlemen withdraw their weapons This man is under my protectionS Who a he 1 He I told you of sir Who set me free provided Donna Mercedes with a weapon opened the gate for usone Benjamin Hornlgold = Thou fierce high voice on the outskirts of the crowd Therd was a sudden commotion A bound mrin burst through the surprised cavaliers and threw himself all fetter ed though he was upon the sailor He was without weapon or use of hand yet he bit him savagely on the cheek The old buccaneer was an awful fig ure as he poured out a horrible torrent of curses and upon the traitor grinding his teeth beneath his foam flecked lips and even the iron He bk him nFl the cheek hearted sailor striving to stanch the blood shrank back ap palled before him Senor be cried appealing tb Al varado I was to have protection You shall have it answered the young Koldler himself shrinking away from the traitor although by his trea son he had so greatly benefited JUy lord had it not been for this man Id still be a prisoner the Lady Mercedes like those wretched women weeping In the streets I promised him in your name protection immunity from pun ishinent mid liberty to depart with as much of the treasure of the Porto Bellp plate was wrecked on the sands u few days ago of which I told you naUct could carEt And you did not exceed your author ity Captain Alvarado We cOntemn treason In whatsoever guise it doth ap pear aud we hate and loathe a traitor but thy word Is passed It will be held invij iateas our own You are free knave I will appolntsoldlers to guard you for should my men see you not knowing this they would cut you down and when occasion serves you may take passage in the first ship that touches here and go where you will Nay we will be generous although we like you not We are much Indebted to you We have profited by what wo do desirfse We would reward you Ask of me something that I may meas ure my obligation for a daughters lion or saved If you can realize or feel what that m1i be TIf fii f HE VITAL CENTERG 1 R ftJJA t4 Manc Stronger Than His Stomach Let Mina1 SircntJten Your System I airoflger nrarisbed foo- diootritiol1r conveyed ystemi Mrtrtafih Mi4spBlVl orpins s06vvbe explaInhad traltoryellec1that Imprecations Involuntarily galleoubwhlch Digestive come well This explains many cures ot heart liver or kidney diseases in the cafes where Mi o tia is used It is the most wonderful health restorer known and is sold by The Bed Cross Drug Store under an absolute guarjntee that it co ts ibthpg unless it restores health Just one little tablet out of a 50 cent box of Mio na for a few days and you will soon see a areA t improvement in jour he1tIh fOrYolr PIGKM we place this label on every package of Scotts Praulqlbn The man with a fish on his bade is our trademark and it is a guarantee that ScottS Emulsion will do all that la claimed fort Nothing better for lupg throat or bronchlBJI troubles5ln Infant or adult Sgotts Emul sion Is one of the greatest flesli builders known to the medical worldWsIlH4ysuasaafrH SCOTT lDWIt 4rtMy ord hear me said the boatswain Quickly There be reasoiis and reasons for betrayals and I have one This man was my captain I periled my life a dozen tithes to save his followed him blindly upon a hundred terrible ventures I lived but for hIs service My soul when I had n soul was at his command I loved him lIe could ask of me anything that I could have given him ahd he would nott have been refused ITO SE CONTLitJEIl j ell Hlcilile fiMrWhile John Sharp was clean ing out a well on B L McMak ins farm south of town on thei Mt Eden pike last Friday he wade qite a remarkable find After dfrawiog out about twenty feet of water he struck five feetI of solid mud After removing the mud he found two gallon aoda half tin buckets lying at the bottom When he took the buckets out he found that they were full of butter Upon exam ination the butter Jwas found to be in an tfgcellent state cf preservation and apparently as good as if it had just come from the rhurn The buckets had the tops on them and while the but ter was in good condition the tin from which the buckets were made had about rusted away and soon after being brought out crumbled and fell to pieces Mr McMakin when questioned aboutt the affair said he was positive the well had not been cleaned Out for th rtyfive or maybe forty years and the supposition is that the butter had been in tbe well for that length of time Shelby Record o You Want Stren1h If ybu want to increase yonrstrength you must add to and not take from the physical In other words the food that you eat must be digested assimilated and approrriated by the nerves tyood and tissues before being expelled from the intestines Kodol Dyspepsia Cure adds to the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in the human system It pleasant to the taste and palatable and the only combination of diges tants tbat will digest the food and enable the system to appropriate all of its health and strengthgiving qualities Sold by all Druggists A Big Success Col John B Wathens salo office stock which cas held at Highland View Stock Farm Wednesday was a great success and possibly tbe biggest affair of the kind ever held in this county Between GOQ aLd 1000 persons it is claimed attended the sale many of them coming from oiher counties Lexingtotf and other citiesAs it was the sales amounted to nearly 5000 The excellent brood mares 20 head of cattle and work mules which were n t offered had hey been soldwould have run the proceeds to a figure in the neighborhood of 7500 A few of the sales was as fol lows siarcrescent a yearling 19750 Norvin Belle a yearling 150 Gambian Queen a yearling 2CO Highland Champion 2 years old 15250 Norvin View 2 years old 1375 Miss Allerton 2 years old 390 Royal Boy 3 Years old 1245 Gamboletta 3 yet r old 300 Triumph suckling colt 110 and Norvin Lassie another suckling brought 125 Dexter owned by W L Harrison brought 190 asorrel filly owned by J C and Joe Phillips sold for 29750 All of theses were sired by Norvin W Enterprise ai1s UfPJcUJliil1 All coughs colds arid pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured by One hmte Cough Cure Clears the pljlegm draws out Inflammation and fieaa and soothes the affected parts strengthens the lungs wcrds off pneumonia Harmless and pleasant to take Sold by all druggists roLEbIlORYIDUIfw ITT ISEWSLJEADE dabbing List for 1906I We offer below an attractive clubbing list which includes nearly all the city papers afid leading magazines All new cash giventheNEwslJEADER 50CoulierTimes daily 500 3vpOCourera gpBomeandFarmFarmers Home JournalO i t5 Cincinnati Commercial Tribune r L40 Cincinnati Enquirer u 1 65 00BreedersDJInterstateOhio FarmerS j150Independent tl50 The Commoner olJOO T75StThe Delineator i il SS- Womans Home Companion ji6QV MOluresMagazine iV J55HarpersMagazine t4 25v Harpers weekly4 25 5SV American Agriculturist 1 35 I1 Special rates given on many pther publications not mentione above which will be made known on application to E L DAVISON JrJ Pub NEWS LEADER Springfield Ky fff Safe Keepinf The Post last Friday says To save him trom threatened lynching Charles M Greenw ll who wasindicted by the grand jury of Nelson county for the murder of Martin Roberts was spirited away from the jail at Bardstown Ky last night and was this morning lodged in the Jefferson county jail for safe keeping Greenwell was accompanied by Jailer R H Roby and RL Hagan deputy marshal He was handcuffed to the laitelr He displajed the most utttr nonchalance when be arrived and declared that he would not have been afraid to have re mamed at Bardsto in The crime for which Green well is held without bond was the murder of Martin Roberts October 2 last Both parties were prominent farmers and the affair created great excitement On court day the men who are said to have harbored a grudge against one another met in front of the courthouse where several hundred people were congregated According tjo tbeI testimony Greenwell walked up to Roberts and grappled with him In the struggle that fol lowed he took Rooerts revolver from hs pocket and throwing him down shot him four times causing wounds from which Roberts died twenty hours later Greenwell was arrested irame diately after the shooting Feel ing ran high and County JudgeI F E Dougherty men to guard the jail This same guard was maintained un til Greenwell was take from Birdstown last nigh Earlyyester40y afternoon Jailer Roby learned thata move RQbertsJormerfriendsto the jail and hang him last night Havingno timo to ask for troops he decided to bring him ito Lou isville Greenwell ISo man of good appeal ance and about fiftyfive years of age He is married and has six children Desperate Eked Harrodsburg KyWhile in a drurken frenzy yesterday afternoon Peter Vandiver for merly blacksmith and farmer of this county attempted to kill his wife and son set fire 10 his home and then cut his throat from ear to ear dying a short while afterward The Vandiver home is about twelve miles from Harrodsburg and yesterday afternoon Vandivtr who had been drinking asked his wife to hand him his whisky bottle She dd so and before tiking a drink he remqrked that he would not be long in this world Then after draining the contents pf the flask he suddenly jumped up and drawing his knife madea dash at Mrs Vanduer cutting l her slightly on the arm She ran and Vandiver immediately pulled out his pistol Just at this moment Vandivers son rushed into the room and grabbed the revolver In the stuggle for the weapon it was discharged and young Vandiver was pain fully though no seriously wounded in the hand He and his mother then rushed from the tf house and succeeded in making s their way to a neighborswbere the alarm was given and officers summoned from town In the tt Stlthroat t StlI after attempting to it fire toe ffa tbehousci When the officrs arrived they found Vandiver dead while his trousers which were lying on the floor by himwereHburned to pieces and a big hole was burned in the floor The fire was spread- ingt but the officers succeeded in subduing the flames From all indications Vandiver had been dead but a shcrt while Vandiver had been in trouble before and several years ago while drinking hmadeanat tempt to kill his wife and son He was dismissed in the court however on condition that he would leave the country ana for the past two years had been living in Indiana having returned to his home several weeks ago SkqltsUIsIaver- Hense Taylor a negro who until lately has been employed at the Dilleliay brick yard shot sweetheartr home On the Creek last Wednesday evening abo teleVEn immediatelyIwas captured in Burgin by the police ofr that city after a telegram had been sen by Chief Woo from here When the officers arrived at the house they were informed that Taylor had escaped in the direction of the depot and as a freight was pulling out when theyimmediately poIa car Chief Wood and officer Dunn droveto Burgin after they were notified of the capture and brought the fugitive to this city His examining trial will be held Accordingtoshooting was unproroked and was an attempt to murder her Taylor claims t was an accident She will recover Danville Ad vocate t kRdamtcrgps Tlie year 1905 si1l haves rec ordasan yeatThecroEs cellent the yield of lliajr is large while the corn crop is th largest ever known The danger to corn from frost in the Northwest has about passed In Kansas ajdne the corn crop is estimated Rt countryisvests some sections of the world are not so fortunate Spain is said to be suffering from the worst famine inher history It is estimated that in Andalusia alone 00000 men are out of work and thatt 10000000 will not be sufficient to relieve athe terrible situation Immense throngs of emaciated men rand women are encamped aroupd the town while in the former fertile valley of Andalusia areIcones the fruit of tbewiId cactus Riots caused by hunger areQ daily occur rence A large section dMEiylia h suffering the horrors of fam ine In many parts there has been no rain fqr a year the water sources have gone dry Ihecrops- are a total failure and people and cattle are starving This same region was visited by a terriple Cropbortagesi sia are also causing distress The Un too States has hd three abundant crop yeais in thesevengenerally good with only Ortages here and ther4 The farm r3 df this country were never in Address JOHN SEBASTIAN Pass Traf Mgr Rock IsW Systua CHICAGO i is In on v r t S re 3 ty of w t rettaw tenses frwHifl In a peculiar MIH- Mrt 1U Ii tire a such Isrier Mr ius afera ana which caa M aa prsciMd Isly yiesewki hSSkM I tII Melt iclsMIII esvdsd tissies htM Met bsH- a aa4 wes waaa MFOCALS aaar lgMd 1rtIkk4 11115 eMekd tan 55 wet a aanweh essfwt as skts- ss 4si TbIs Pv4MHy s ssd af Wfocal MK IIMCM IUIHI art NI LstJ554 their authar li a im4er a ar MsI thai If tMj de JIlt Is MIr sisybs rsrai4 SRi 1w Si H tiIssd4 HiM ISV with yMtrVTv sr If J aI 1151c51S Co LOUISVILLE KY Thanksgiving this year should be wi li tiTian and gratitude Ex For All Piles To draw the fire out of a burn without leaving a scar or to cure boils bras tetter eczema Und all BkiM ad scalp Use De- W tts Witch Hazel Salve A specific for bliad blec4Infr itching and pro trading piles Stop the InsUn ly lad cures Gat UUj Sold byall Dr MUrot Ildkd q me To the Qr fM W ilii iin EIroundtrip beg frantic MM Y tprm ansife MMral fttpii r privilege The rate k on the of one fm for the riiipilttrip Of if you wick to Rt Caltfonua ana Grffaf or Washington the cOlt slglstly more These reduced rates arc in effect on certain date in loondM y- f of May to They uftpjyftmm a EaatMH via St Louis or McmpJw TW Rock lilimti System will bke you up ineitAerChicaJ atilin ar of other Middle West point andcarrja thCs at m tfaroi fc or Tourist Sleepers with nn KccBed rinhf Car The Rock Island alsoaffonlal a ckoicf of routes oa the Scinit route you can stop off in CoIoradoMe Salt Lake YellowstoneNatiooaIParkoA the KSo tfcem route yovvCMi via El Peso thru New Mexico then up oetH to San Fra cis 9 ando to Portland or Seattle if desired l In short theM Pacific Coast offer Jt mnsussJy gsy ist chance to see our western country in a compcfihensi T7Tr If you desire fb go afar as thort s ucuuiiJR rates in effect to that section aItelretunlfaI amr b ispecially redilcedJue30 to 4 A f Mt 12 and 13 it and 30 to 4 trip to Ofdon or Salt Lake and return at low cost also PSMNWAJLI the 801tWMt bout half J If wtercsted semA aaM aJaJksss th cps ihj g tw t8wtt pIra 4 rdatq of start alto to WO caa advke kutely wiA rEspeto rates eM 1S y T ScdCoI rad eizk t l it l Addn j 0r4J l PA0 i it RQiJTE DetnJD Lero aouI cWpit I t 1ttt 1 IIFill1 H ou8e1 R the time to save money llaying winter = supply of coal and we can your inducement an the way of prices large quantities j 4 f Our Buggy Trade W jj G iz 14 Has tremendous this summer an i stilf plen fine vehc1e1 ftfrom which make Erll a selection Mff tti= Remember We Led d E As dealers in farming implementsWe ncJlej fthe genuine Oliver Chilled Plows Old Hickory Studebaker and Champion Farm Wagons and the drills anl K seeders on the market Pqge and EIwoo i Field Fencing arid Gasoline v Efi i gines all j t i McClure S Wells= 4t A HOWES ikA1TGSICO s clMrwlel4 sensITbWarLNiIMtvestios ullf tota aft4 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