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Digital page images are linked to the text file. v 7 s ESTABLISHEDy iL lti1883 J r T PIF1 ff SEWESiVOL XIX NO 44 SPINGFIELD WASHINGOI COUNTY KENTUCKY NovtMBER ii9l2 r 00 PEIti L ttp COME AND LET US RETURN Isaiah 716EJov10- Woe unto them that rite vj early in tne stocking Shot they may follow strong drink Mat tarry lots lass tM ntgM tilt wIse tIn erF 1- 11ODAYS lesson had its primary force In connettlon with the affairs of natural Israell in the days of the Prophet But when e rememberlithnt Natural Israel types Christendom we find a value to this lesson very pertinent to dur timej jusUcev eousness mid Behold ij erf of dis tress As to thcnnUpnal cry and the teason for it see verse 8 which reads Woe unto thorn that join house to House that lay field to field till there be no pfnc that they may be placed alone In the midst of the cnrthJ1 Here we perceive that a spirit of seltshness prevailed In Isaiahs day as It does to d lQ8 then property was dlsppsed to Accumulate in the hnnds of the more successful so lt Is today As then land Jordlsm took possession of vast areas neglectful ofithe fact that the earth I bath the Lord given Unto the chHdrch otmnand not merely to a few so Sj is It today f A Tiof Trouble JJL hnnIJI4 lri bcarfedness selfishness and neglect of F4 poorer brctljren and rargerfuhiess of the fact that We are ally Children of ojie lilqod amenable to he laws of the same I creator brought upon the Israelites DIvine judgments fjffei belief that the ic Scriptures with Corporation have r jguai clearness tel1prriptd land Qfa great time of trouble now 1m p iIItfg t the world especIally over Chrlstexidonia time particularly men tioned by St James saying Go to flsow ye rich men weep and howl for the misery that shall come upon you todaysIstudy verse 9 The Lon of Hosts said in my hearing Of a truth mnny houses shall desolate even great F and fair without Inhabitant If taS vive rightly appreciate what the Scrip ttfres foresaw respecting times pot tar ahead of tisi we will she that many of the great jmd rich will be In a sad flight In their countryside homes as will Be some of the poorer In the con tested critics far the tIme of trouble It declared will lie Upon nil tL fiia reJrRavelpy intoxrcation JThe text given us for todays lesson comes next In our study In the idays 5oIsalah prophecy many of the rich w indulged in intoxicating liquors mu Slcreetry etc 4 their own Injury 1ns well as to the ntgbect of th ore jsponslblllties to God they aakrdAm jlI my brothers keeper even as Cain asked this question By their accumu luted wealth thev had more than heart- Coull wish while others were needy And how a bon t today Is it the same I Wp answer Yes and no With ninny itla the tame exactly but with a con slderable number of the wealthy of onr rilny It fs very different we are glad to 7fay Continuaiiy we have evidences J 4hat some of the wealthy consider their poKsessious us n trust from the Ai imIghty to be used In His service and- for the sake of humanity But alas there nreicompairatlrely few The ma Jority of the rich like the majority of J the poor njsselfish to the core- When tJMSlflsh rich and the selfish poor Bhanfjorn Issue in agVeat strug gle ns t Ulbiei clearlydeelaro they will doWcn life world will see the 5Ume of Jrbube prophesied such as never wJt lil ice there was n nation a timeof trouble AVhJch Jesus declarps r will never bo again because rollowLui that great trouble upon the ashes t the iPreg nt civilization Messiah will ij establish the Kingdom of God for the blessing of all the families of the nrthI poorlThus Socialism according to the Bi ble will be the ultimate condltlon of the earth Social ists not awaferof thin teaching of Gods Word or IeI aware of It doqbt Ing It propose tA take over in the In forest of all mankind the great blessings w ilch are now In the hands of the com nnrfltrvelyfewl To schemesToqlcrtnllpenr dangerous I unpractical Tof It appears as the Scrptures lndltat that falllns to ac So1IniiarchlssIplunge end the yljolo world lno the mo t ajful trouble JfIrIknctyn We need the onverslou of tilt woriiV to n h nrt hrtrOinny with 0 il iSVlll thhn ever come Ah yes The mouth of the IjntA hntli spoken It i powIcr of ours Walt yc upon Me j allh the Lord uiitll that Day For tlulaI wll I lurn tto the people a pure Knn e tluit they funulJtql upon the name of the lord to servehlm with one content In Ills own time fol lowing the great time of trouble God will btjm lethe world Meantime the jjlee saints will he glorified cud with I j tongprpuilsedjnunmulty f Insect nio Gosls LAg A Boston manlost his Jegfrom the bite of an jnsectr two years before Io i a W avert SUCh calamities from stings and 4besof insects Use JJucklens Arnlica anJSIIcj nndtL pain ulcers pilesf Eczema cdts bruises Only 25 cents at Hay tRobertson b 7I w i f TtIb1VE41 =LEADER j I i i- III FFarmers TobacEW rehouse Company t I III t I I If you wanttte very highest maHcet j rice bjing your tobacco to us I Pi I LET US TELL Y ot4SICRET f iWe have in our employ a large force of experienced vvarenpuseme i whoarBufamiliar with all the Branches of thft business I thoUghoutthet is familiar wi Ii all types and grades of tobacco and hoods c tr basketbf tobacco to makeit bring its market value I1and Every basket of tobacco entrusted to our care is carefully asrted and packe1 by experienced men SQ as to make It show t01he advantage Skilled packing and handling enables ur togu antetthc buyers everyPundOfbba cothat is put on ou thereby guaranteeing to the sfeller the highest prices We have aj IlaVge and efficent office force which enables us to sales as fast as the tobacco is sjdso as to avoid the long waigand corUusion that he will find at other places This is secret and whyWe have positively lead them allII ff rsaleII I So keep this in mind winyou load your tobacco for market aud drive straight to thV Faruters Wareh use whichSs open NIGHT und A yln youwill always find tiriCc ass SfrVlce ana best comoqaltons Our marketW OPb ahouDecember Isto with the stron esL corps of buyers in Ken- tuc1cyiepresentinai the lac1ng tbacco companiof the world vtz Th m rica4Pb4o Co Liggett Myers Toba co Co Bltish Awercan- Tobrco Co R A Pttteron Poba co Co J P Taylor Co R J RynIda T acco Co c C Tuck Co and many Indepndent brokers LEns is aiffact thatis true of none of our neighboring markets asSpririgfield is an pst hlshed marketl and all the largn companies have placed their interest here We respectfully solicit yoqr purbnage and in view of the foregoing fact it rs to YOu interest as tel as ours to remember tlje FARMERS WAREHOUSE Sprin field Ky 1 k I ii u f The house that positivelylead them all bYOv r three hundred thousand poundSb I Itir V BOB LlTT BISHOP STURGEON Ii t V v rf tiThe Farmersr i u1 FriendIMycotic Stomatitis The scattered outbreaks of Mycotic Stomatitis or sore mouth in attle have caused considerable anxiety among the cattle feeders as well as the dairymen in various parts ofS Keninckyst It has erroneously been called foot and mouth dlrr ease by some observers Iiaffecl1ngi sheap swine and goats and sometimes in communicated to horses dogF1 cats and even man t At the present time loot and mouth disease is ragiog in Europe and no animals can be1 jimported into the United Stales from the continent This disease spreads With alarming rapidity and is scattered by all secretions and excretions of sick animals over pre iset railroads stock yards and pastures where sick aiiimais are harbored Man iis suscepiible by the ingestion of raw milk buttermilk aud cheese dderived from sicit cows and milkers through direct beI Letters have been received at 4qe Experiment Station describ ing jhe symptoms of Stomaiiils r ichinj tome respects do not lifer froto those oCtuot and mouth disease but oij inspection jatid close observation including a completu nisloryof ihepresent outbreak are easily differontial Vd heocfe the disease affecting tlie cattle jn Kentucky is nptt xfciot aniII mouth disease but mj colic stomatitis ivlycotic Stomatitis is caused by a local irritation by certain fungi and though in some our breaks it bSdumes an infectious nature it is of a dietetic origin Along with the sores or raw ateas on the mouth and lips fhich produce Idss of Appetite tbeje is swelling and tepderness about the oasterns which causejsj the animal to stop eating and In1cattlerumination ceases in diiry herds the mi k supply is seriously diminisued In the ginning minute vesdes de velop on the tongue nod in the mouth and result in large uleers The ulcers suppurate and give the mbuth a loin odor Orustsj and scabs may form on the muz zle and lips The anima is dull and either lies down or stands with the back arched The fore feet are extended and the rind legs are drawn up and under the body The animal moves stiffly and often shjakes the feet oi4 kicks tfevec present and the artiiauL rapidly becjroes mac utcd iieyentiou and Treatment AumaisMlOu1d be removgusf rs m th paatfuresiind fed fnjibanns aM ra1Wi bOft lTqu1dfot- dsshi1tllrUelS andim1ies PtunVy if pure rIcan vuterj should be at the anrpals command and two tublespoonfuls of borax may be given in the food Two drams of crude carbolic acid diluted in water in a quart of bran mash once daily to dairy cattle iis to be recommended Dr jdohn R Mohler Chief of the Pathblog call Division of the Industryrcrude carbolic acid ullx j12 quarts ofbairahsatt fur cattle to lick at will When tue ani iiials ure gentle the usual anti perIl cub iic acid or potassium per man ate applied to the affected areas with a swab several times daily give good results ROBERT GRAHAM- Veterinarian Animal Husbandry Department Experiment Station Lexington Ky Address all communications to AgliculI Monarchs Fine Library Tho library of Philip the Good of Rurgundy In the fifteenth century surpassed all other European book collections of the time It contained nearly 10000 volumes all richly Illumi nated on vallum with bindings of damask nUn and velvet Incrusted by Jovyels with clasps of gold and gems Bruges where the ducal court was held was filled with literary crafts men and certain of their splendid productions are still to be seen In the Belgian royal library j Depressing Indeed Health Is the real woman problem saId a physician recently I havent woman patient today a chronic pa tient I mean who couldnt have escaped meescaped mo forever or a least until the vor last call If she had been trained right physically from her childhood up What I mean Is that everything that Is the matter with my patients is something superimposed by wrong ways of living and thinking rlts depressing Isnt It to consider the waste CocoanuuI one fre quently sees a raft of cocoanuts be Ing floated down the river to market The buoyant nuts are closely packed Into a circle braced across with bam boos and tied with fiber and the queer craft with Its native paddler Is then ready for the trIp down stream to a point where the raft will be broken up and the cocoanuts soldr Wide World Magazine Irreverent Youth On a recent publication day of a fcewspaper printed out west a boy someten or twelve years of age camb Into the office and with apecullinr grin on his face Inquired If that pa per pointing to the copy has an account of the man that has been murdered In Delevan He was an swered tit the affirmative when depositing five cenls upon the tablo ha remarked with an Sir of selflmpor tance Welltlrutmy dad and want to read about bimfloston Herald t V Chiictren gry FOR FLETCHERS ASTORIAI Where Soap W Needed IIWbile the ageaiwas selling farm machinery lthe house the friend at the e ate held his Ithorse anda Conversation iI took place witl the sma boy of the fdlliily With grahicreduity sureIyou are only nine jears old I think there must Usumo mis I take The boy fall positive but f thahe sur Ma91 llel vearsjoldj be enlureJup misters what made you lid WhyIjuiIdeitand now y u cotiliLget so dirty in nine years f1thChri5l tian flerald Justice Holme i Cigars IIA Justice of he 4l1jlml courtfof the United States Is fc to n innn of faUdo s JflBtesMujxlr s and other things nut inbjertjtpconstl tutlomil law iiiKtlcji Oliver Wendell Holmes Is no excel Ion to ttheVrule lKznllhsmokes When Jiutie Uolinesgnn If inubllr Imncpiet ir a prlvntejdlnuer Ill carries with hini always fnls ovn cspcHal brand of IIu Rill Vrhenthat supreme moment ol the evenlngti Is reatlnnl at which tin fnigraWt pnmttel In went hit air Ju dfv holmes con trlyi to substitute is own brand for tilt rnnd uiliIt waiters b Tijn passed liv sr ne bit oft slelghW of hand npKieiitl he makes fbe substitution rre1lvj lug the ranie Pt tjIYtlmt tbe- yswokeNew Yk i Ttrane t3vea McAndroxvx rln tui itttt 2 n m r Tu jteifnoiiM h irtbvhnte df soda for hip Wire n l1 Umiyit this time o nlfiht whiiiJ- UHl 4f hm water doea lit Well mlllIlYIWerI1 W1 hIIII Uvlre Ill no b tber yi nlJtl nlcbtl Pearson 1 of i ro said tllwr what do dining n hiiwrfj uiuli Tlie fiithir did rtinkifinv liDtt did not wish to iIIS uii itfiinnince means iv 1ISJI thit iseriteuitiuig ni fifth wltlonExj I rhangeSI Iqhiss my new dross Vl IliTisiurprhedi You havent iitr Fe that have Hnsbnunl r yiOur marriage prov IlI Telegraph MESS Al1s I1GDOM The Glarious DILy1 Divine Favor Is Ntn Tile jHIIOtl In id sin is iermlt ted as Ieii a Iit5Io iutunanIil- ueVit to f tttiep iuit tiIC g- brltms duisjr rJghi L5TifIs dIvine fayor isuslierti iii by Mo slab IIj ti iUN Ol IliailT EOtSE S shill iso and shine fully t and htarly in o Ujion all lirinjilns healing hadble whlrh will more thou ouuiterlIbic the dreadfuj night of weeriTfliT puln iJis uti 18t11gri IIiII ristliI 1vttiIig IIIIIYtIu ilurejov couulh lu the h i ils oiiiiItf KingdornnylIve I1tS OI the lIehiuIi or entitled TU1u GPOi OMit Bible IIcan l Ii nlt1y Street jJrpoliiK N IGity Ordinrnce At a regular meeting of the Citv Councilof the city of SpnngnVd Kentucky held at the regular meeting place in toe city of Sprirtgtifild Kentucky on Pridav November 1st 1912 the following ordinance was passed The City Council of the city of Springfield does ordain as fol Ipws Section onThat t hp op i crty owners of ttiejcity ott Springfield Kent cky lacing Main street on th j south side thereof beginning1 nt JDoctor street and running west with the south side bf Min street to the crossinji opposite St Dominics Church be and they are hereoy ordered to put on said Mani Street in front of their respec Live property a concrete sidewalk said side walk to benotless than five fet wide and to be of good concrete pavihg- Secioo tw1i Said side walk toi be put in and paid for by property owners facing ontbe SOUl b side of said Main street each property owner to put in and pay for that portion in front of bis or her respective property Section three Said side waCk must be put in and finished up on or before the fifteenth day December 1912 ofI Section four If any portion of said side walk ein ordered j io be rnrfdo and put in remain unfinishtd on the finished on tie fifteenth day of December 1912 len same wil be mide and put ti by the city and a lin will be retained upon and enforced a ajnst the property lacing on safe street for the cost thereof S provided by law Vec iou Pve Haid side walk sbtnlbeDUt in and graded and madunder the immediate sun si rvtQ and direstion of the- streeclDmittee Olgln of MausoleUm When uusolusklug bf Carla died ills wfdowVrtemlsifl decided to erect over his bJy the most magnificent tomb that Ufa world should ever see Sculptors add artists from every known land wre put to work and no expense was feared na for years tho work was pursued though It was iapt finished evexattho death of his widow It Is Jroni this Incldeat that thera arose the wflrd mausoleum t which means a staXely tombV J YBPUshcartL- Tfrt4T4d IiUithnrtstrept stands lxldllllJtt ul to pn1 liOIeUDlflpke ilup Iwoud rtnehu Tdzi tJI llfi1tff to YOuIkt dl4t t1lI rliereare tlmusnnaalTptiu tlit ICltJdt them and th40V4ienili niruinsi vrjitiuIlgrpIustill IqtJ from n 11lruftlhlllifitf1 the completii furttiflilug fur u ltlioW ApjjroacInTutPly OjutJll 9Cti antI lit4r nr itienuieuit i1f i11i1 LMhss fur iivtiiiiic- itjtamI uldasv gs ibeflflcOh1ery- 4uIy 1dlnuUel Wrs ttjr- ot tr t2 t trtt Mayor Lyan T Gruber Dies At helbyville Shelby villeKy Nov 3 thedethor the city and ono of its mos prominent citizens A min of robus physique his sudden death this afternoon after au illnes of only aweelc created a g neral surprise His diseasi was pronounced culiiis ttnd was not thought to be serious until Piiday vben complicaions arose to Tuse uneasinessj and Louisville specialist were caOed in who cJdQtha case criiical Saturday morning pneumonia developed ar d dtath qulcxlyf Mowed Mr Gruber was thp eldest spt of Lewis H Gruber and was born and reared in this City Be become assccateltwlth hit father as a contractor acd in his chosen calling 4Jas attain d success t For three years he had ben Mayor of the city and his ad ministration was marked by many improvements He is survived by his wife and six children besides his aged mother and a bother Heury C Grober of Lduisville The funeral ar rangements have not been com pleted FRIGHT SCARES FORTH HAIR Experience of Arkansas Man Attacked In Dark by Catamount Long tins It beep a recognized fact that the rreatesOof discoveries may come not through long conducted and fatiguing search but In the tuclnfcllrig rf an cyf fii all accidental manner Such adlsovery now hailS ftr15 vr freesbcro Pike county ArUi j A tetrdent of Cat village entered his woodshed In tiro gloom of a March evening to srlf anarmful of wood for the next mornings breakfast Aa lo did Sa he wrJ met by tdemoniac cry that froze the genial current or lila bleed and at the same moment a strange animal sunU Its claws deep into the roor mans shoulder The at tCk hid been made by Jhe mos vlcloui anmal of the cat kiqd known liS a catamount In Arkansas and a logcat farther west The nnn In describing this attack told of the freezing effect upon his scalprHe succeeded In fighting oft the varmint Following this cano the discovery It seems that he was quite baljvrltU ohope of any return of hair b4t In few daxfl after his fright there be ran to appear healthy hair foIHtlas aftd succeeding this he has had a re markable return of hair This1 reappearance Is accounted for by savants The hair of the Murfreesboro man had been In hiding anti sometWng was needed to scare It out The catamount lId this There are dojubtlpSB others who would like to try iffisjierolc tl0 TfUhln thare aua r p AiwdsAstlCiIma x It Is alwayH reaeiurlns to r 1ilorf- Itfjro mHllcnalreB son wholrossotli- ll ovraltsV has taiejuppome haid ffit186 t few dot1tii n wliek justaa i a poor farmers or inQiicsc- oit might do But his elefiffonHn a piew veekg to the directorship or vice Iuu5lfl5bowstpreLumbtelQOUIlJChr1sUm Thl q1 only Dhiiig Powder 1- 1BakingPowder r pAbsoitIiIyPvr NoAtumS RoUliJe PJos1JiJt1l8j A Word to thfJ Tobacco Growers pts tne sevsin for open jog our obacro iniket is ncau at hand ye desiro to place be fore you he folIowIngstaterneItS In lat 60 ddyswe have mde jur beAt efforts to acquaintour vselvp wIth the conditioni likefy taffeCf the priices of he 1912 rop uf tacco We titid the quality of the crop lnv this dis trict anto tno tHroughoutt the Burley sections probblv the fine t grown in years batIyfery light in ueightj as is alway- scharateritic of thin colory tobacco Mny crops also lose a large per cent of lEns 6wer leaves tbrcngh rust ahd the ex treme heat of the cuttipg se on1 tn1Iusual excellence of quality found nthtseropmust1sn tboopini- on i of tlieest authorities in the tobacco trade mean big4pr1 oflrdeedbeen bought by tspecdlators in this district and elsewhere at prices ranging horn 12 tp 16 cents and some shies atria rV pjorted at QVeh higher prices atjSpringtieldKy lieye to be the best market in the State This market has fOur large sales WVehouses equipped with eyje Jrneeded Qitv1tleldlslrlctlel and perh ps the most valuable marketIwideawake bu3ers1eaehofjlidml represents one br more of thet largest tobacco factories in flue world and buck of these good buyersare their immense baud inir houses drying machines hydraulic presses and all oher modern appliances for handling tobuccp in large quantities Could you find better market ondltions Can ybd afford with such a market at hand to put your judgment against that bf the experienced specdlatorsvbo- areeveu now riding over the country Certainly not Put tubaccor on the bjien market wbee you are sure cIt tlfQ inI petitipn of all legitimate nuyers A year ago thePlaiiters Ware house through thug local nevs papers predictedt high prices TheCjAiII- Qf Children I todybut n Better be prepared ft9riIt when it comes Ask your doctorjillpt keepingAyers h fwPectoral in the house Then when the hard cold 3r cough first appears you have a doctors medicine hand This cough medicine iis especially jgo d for hUdreJ No nodyThe NoMany a chud3ka=ta ad t hvKY h th t tfs- toi4IIM dtt YOItht1 44 of Ayars iUtrco41t vv chilaren a grestdeel of load Ask hm- x4 r AUR Lws1i It 7wS I SUBSCR P1 1 1 j J 9fJ I1B r t i 1 HF J1F I t for tobacco and tried to sound ar nOt6 of warning to those tobac Jto growers inclined to seliatvr the barn but many did selliatiShume and at heavy losses tof themselves We hope thisVwilTf f not again be thE case as web i IVEf the man wbo grows the a i crop earns and iis entitled tof every dOllar there is in it The Planters House iis eootI structing a large addition to its sales floor with Hearly 50staUs7 lathe basement foi the tree use of1t customers r The hou erJ will be conducted along themlines us heretofore cnfining itself sir icily toil comoJission 4 t business and Endeavoring to protect the interests of every patton who comes to the Chouse Believing that Our house ideS serves and will tits falrvchVre tof the business df this df trictv weare r Planter Tobacco W rebouseCo BtPQaIsjstrryr and 0FBol t YOU wEiisSMALL1iARMi i t yontainingaboDtr 26J acre Jt7 ing inthe subburbs of Spris field TLis property fronts 2il fee on Lebanon street an ad to i mirably located fpr buIdingL sites f Sflarm land adjoining makes viiF the most desirilfif propertyiin many reap cte e ect offer dator sale in SjiriBgfieldt s Will sell on r I SATURDAY NOV III jtI2K isat200ocjpckp m iTerms made known oF 1ii QtIJsale If WIA and L LwATtIs5 4 J Some StocK Si I 7Ef fIf f Nudneirey oflKexjngtpn one jack for 3800 aSd 4kiefor4O toiHe bought registered jack of t Richard Qrbal SpriBfMeld for S8COy Grahmm Petkiitt j sold to WJiMHtjocof fwaJ ir 1Ik Nt 1 LawrenceI Ii j lh U4JO Edwards asorrel Kald Uff fur tsl5ia bay gelding l Mr iSiia der for 125sqrrel geldla dli Mr Walker for 110 aay ilrjft from Ira o 1rltfot 1120isey for 110 attve yrotilror 0 Bandford for li5thiiyioii to Charles Etchardf t cottar It 175 BarrodsburK Leader What MaZe One hthidred Q WIJ or Ies3of bqne a d male7n woman Put3to it healthandatrejtM aud- abe racy juleakfrtjgdom JButtlMit just what Ulectric Bitters givai Mr Tbous dds bless them for 1t Mi fainting And dizzy spell ndf c pelting weakness Ji lneM acke 4nd ttired IfctfcM worn fwt ing J2lectria Bitters hive ftworld of goodJ write l tepow OKla yEt I allmy heart f c maid wdi medicine Qsly c Goarani wf flayfon kIIr1It i i 4i m ItWSlEADERI i SMWMCWLDKY I PWRZYJtTULYMSLW u Editor Arid PibJIahere I DEMOCRATIC 1LANDSLIDI j 4Wud Marshall Carry 40 Out of 48 State a New York NOV 6 Returne up toitel hour seemed to as sure Wilftun and Marshal of 400 VqtesMn the electoral college Iowa and Kansas which with JiiioBesota South Dakota f r3tfyowug were in the doubtanb Iful colnnm during thet dayr seEed almost sure tonight U swelfttie Democratic total in tbfJIiaL alignment of States Pos dCsjnaia d for Wilson througn the aeeefisioa of Both Wyoming and JNinl1ot In the former State he led Taft by a small margin with onethird of the yote tabuRflated and the latter was a few hundred votes ahead of Roose PeIt in a similar proportion ofTr the total On the other hand late figures from South Dekota tended to as 4 star the 6tate to Roosevelt the Progressive candidate lleading vbying his lead fairly well on added J returns Only the uncertainty of a few close States whose electoral vote in no way can affrct the election apeculatipnihe three presidential candidates t and the complexion of the Legis lajfarea that will name United SiftUs Senators held interest to night in the final returns of yes c 0trdays I ITbe total of the Republican electoral column apparenvly4 waTfixed at the 12 votes of Idaho dIfootJing of the Wilson and Roosevelt 1UckredalterpateJY during the 5afternoon and night as late rett lurns from Iowa Kansas MinII nesota bonthDaUola and Wy cming placedib emin the doubt iul column President elect Wilson bad 87 certain votes inItim electors college Col Roose 12tIJAlt of this doubtful States ex cept South Dakota gave more or Sless certain indications during the night of landing in tbe list of Wilson electoral voles while kSouth Dakotas returns showed a general trend ton ard a Roosevelt plurality According to Associated Press dis t I ii patchfeq the following States will give f their electoral vote toPov Wilson s Alabama Ansonk 3 ArkansajS 9 California 13 t Colorado 6o v Coonectlcuti 7l Delaware 3 e f Florida 6 14Indiana1 i 15Kentucky IISi Maine j feMaaaacBuaettBMinnesota Mississippi Jg 1Montana14Nebraska t rtevaoa 1Hews zliW York 45 1North6 2OKiahuma4 JOregonKhoue lslandL 5 South Jitrolinaiii I 1euistS3ee1iexes 2c SULfl J 4 VeimuntS 4 f tlWeatbVirginiaWisconsin r r TotalAll3 t CoL Rooaevelt carried the following State- iihnote 29 IowaKssasi 13 J 10I5Wngton l 2 74Ttoa by tb jAcaoclated Press gives Taft a tiUKMJ State Veimont if he carries igStbuie JIOt11r0 mm including Idaho M i te et those JIlted as doubtful in clMtiBfC New Hanpehlre Pennsy fato otb Dket lid Wyoming J4ancL Ssat JV r g4 Noy 6Ziith ail uy Vwhd iog DemocrmUo cy io tbmmjority ilosieoRpr eo1 i senlatives returns today iudi ate a probability of the uccess ofDemoosaticgive the Democrats ntnl of both bran rib e s of Cony rtas There however s ill is sufficient uncertainty regarding the So ate to make the situntion indffj initeThe undccjd d chTacer off the outlook conce ning the Sen ate is due to the fact that in order to ouline dtfluttelj the prospect it is necessary to have returns on the Legislatures from various States cvblchviwtni to the fact that the m i uoers of the Legislature areconited ancing minor offices are genera II among the last ib be received The election Tuesday shows that the people take the third term somewhat seriously and that down in their hearts they do not want any man for mor IdianWanted Someone tto fill the various offices that will be vacant as the result of the election Puesdav FenwicK JMiss Rub y Andefsoi and daughter Alice o Gethsetnnae as returned home after a few weetks visiting with fieLds ahd- dlatives here Mr and Mrs Will Nally and triiily Visited at Mackville Sun ay Mrs Bert Phnwick visited her parents MJ ana Mrs Dan Rog ers Sunday Mr Lawrence Hagan was the guest of his sister Mrs Stanley ers Wednesdav and Thuis day Mrs Rose McAlIster and Mrs eresa Graves were in Springfield Monday on business IMiss Dalli Logsdonss visiting x weektMiss Ethel and Verna Rogers- isited Mr and Mrs Jim Jane Tuesday night Mr R E Shewmaker and daughter Annie visited at Sal visa the last of the week Mr Sanford Eogs lon of In dinapolis is visiting his parents at 1Mrdaughter Malisia visited Mrt and Mrs Bud Coffie Sunday Reb the three year old child f Mr and Mis L B And rson died Oct 28 of scarlet lever He was an unusually bright hild and was sick only a fe N days oe funeral services were con uctect at Pleasant Grove by Rev CoDy We extend our sympathy tc ihe bereaved par Mrs Bertha Walston who has been visiting her sister Mrs Lena Bottoms at Stewartsville has returned home Little Louceille raves spent Monday with Her sister Mrs Lena Graves Several from here attended the reunion at Mr and Mrs WillFenwic1sOsuitday Mr R B Graves was in Mack ville Sunday Pleasant Grovei Mrs BLi Litsey has returned home after spending a month with her son David at Fort Wayne Ind Mar Harvey Leachman and SJt1urdayats Mr and Mrs J S Leach man Miss Della Ray Gregory was the guest of Mrs Frank Martin at Sprigfield Saturday and Sunday Mr Hugh Leachman arid wife spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr aDdl1jGilbertDod a ioeat Valley Hill 4MI A Lf Litsey and fnnvy Attended the reunion of the L t sey family given at Mr Will Feowick Sundaj XMr R B Leachnmn and wit visittd relatives at Lebanon ounuay MI Ll but S tJo is i iii ng Mi ft tiII ui vVi u Ms Vo d Klittm ic tT uifc day with lieir muthitr Mis PU ell at Mackville The ice crenm supp r Jvtn at Mjrs Alice Thompsons was largely iUenjJo dane t um was realized iof tlTetUurfilK The First Thimble The thimble ot plain sewing WI invented in the year 1684 by a gallan young Dutch goldsmith of Amsterdam who Devised the Mthumbb6Hfor this was itt oHglnal nameIn order protect his 8Weetheart thumb tops who jlM wal engagdiRk a ucedle 1bnllIttrInkapnlpfcTit lEce the loving Hans PtlM tri thimble the thun b r1U1IoTl 4 f I TRUANT OFFICER WINS BOYS Qoes at Them In an Entirely New W jand They All Think Him the BOlt Ever rioenlxvllle Paone of the claims c ado with much pride by the local school authorities la the almost com plete absence of truancy and those who know give much of the intelligent activity of be towns truant officer William S Armstrong antI the popu larity lie has won among pupils There la probably notanother truant officer fh the state who has such a record of achievement In J11s line as has Officer Armstrong and far five years he has worked with singular effectiveness Truancy used to be much in voguo among Phoenizyllle schoolboys and tbe new truant officer started in to break up the growing practice Speak- Ing of his early experience and describing his methods Officer Armstrong said I did not go about my work In the nammerandtongs meth ode I went to work quietly got quainted with the habitual truants visited their homes and sought out their hauntsI with the parents and tried to arous in them some interest In their boys school work and asked them to give some sign of interest and encouragement to the boys III learned the location of all the favorite swimming holes the nut groves and the most popular resortsf where boys would go to play or hide I visited the swimming holes not only nfl school days when necessity demanded Jt but on Saturday and holidays for the purpose of Jolnlhg them in swimming and getting better ac- Quainted I have grown to know all of the live wires among them intl mately and I think they are my Mends Six Years to Construct CteCK A clock constructed thrflghout of glass is the result of six years work on the part of a Bavarian glass polish er The plates and pillars which form the framework are of glass and are bolted together with glassscrews The dial plate hands shafts and cogwheols are of glass and glass wedges and pins are used for fastening the various parts of the running gear together says TitBits Like the clock itself the key by which it Is wound Is of glass The construction of ttte remarkable timepiece was a matter of Infinity pains Some of the parts had to be made as many as 40 times before a clock that would go could be produced thoAgeWe men who can make money to one manwho can thlqk and make other men think Century Magazine Progress a Matter of Ideals The progress of man has been measured by the progress of his Ideals TIMElY W1TS JOR fRMERS What Claim r Olvflii ing Means utilkiu iiv a nuilil itr of Ihlllji iiUij ntitls jhuiiljl he tlinriiiiujilv ilcau ti tiit1 in ilotlii lit tntuir co vlillc niiViJiii lt iniild lirilsli the tuldiM niul tidji fill iris jitst rUn tiilik Rig niiil vii tli clean with n damp dull III nw In shoiitd thnv tin tltt Isi in irei jets of mil ttlinr wiiiie fnnii tlii Tin Unit milk Ii wjitory and Its illlllitllllH Illll- liXmtamiintf tig hilt It may Oil isi e mllkltiR if it tits into tin pailIr in nVcident ip IHIIS by ivhtl jalt IIot milk la dirtied dI nut try to by straining fitIt ctnt lie diiUL tit iingor nulls closely trimiuvd and et the milk into n pure clean swci atmosphere at soon as possible uftei it la drawn Fatten the I Sheep It Is a sorry under king to attempt to tfed uri n lot of o woruout sheep In the winter They atmot stand the cold nnd must he gl n Rood stabllns- hnvbesides plenty of fli preferably run thmiiKli a cut r and made a easily masticated n jiosplblo Feed the old sboep If you lave any on pas ture nnd selj them lore fold veath er Kxperienre will teach you not to buy or Ueep JII It the other fellow have the nli smuJI Murk tlr on ltie farm raiiimt hel lint yUl mod returns tot tilt Investn iitt ind inre pv r bny ntiy mans Mills If tiiyi Itti giio1 enough for him yoi rannot atTonl t own them Rest twaist Lactations Our piTKiillill pro Whltll vii e Ia for n ov Will 1t h llllU vst so far Is MiilI at leiftt a monti between ln tiliuii- Is risuls Sueh rest jrood fur the in ml till alt Wher alit Is milking It rdIIlJ the high pst type of hal jt tunvver Ihf period nit r M he1I1 4 IIclIuli Iesi- till pulnt wliere Sueh lOt at Is takiMi n illsHMitliiti n tln part of tbt IOW Ia tint It lie nritV however III rule wl h nverape hreodlnp stock It rut hilt to dry the cow off If pniper Vnre eYerlesl Knttsa- lnriner t The Vlu tie Qhepp The pheep Is pir lily the most t readj nnlmnl1 ou the fut to resMtiI ttt little attention find regular feed Thf fall swison arid e ly winter lire thr time to make titi J oa sheep There Is m tiiiiiu that the farmer ran Handle that turn fall iqturt and n lltli f tllll into inonpyflaKt tir til Itof iti 5Iit a Tbe old sheep when ti en in till early jjn tumu season iuH- Jt on goojRfil- reI Riven n Ilitlt gtIti twice da 0will show nstonl- iuiprojeinent TilL Is the time Lit iii =1 I LAoo iti w 1 r it fJ 0 r Q i il f 1 r + Rt rui ii Tfh IrtoRIORATfD w Ji j v J r 4 yjjlc7 t T J lV7IDuterwearrFQI I AUti n and WinterII IIWomens I Mis9 i Juniors Cliildr6ns and lnfaIit5 Coats Dresses lJpsts Skiri uloMjiaqe Suits that arc up to the mimite in style fabnc- xand cut Made by the best ot1i1 f Fca pnces t IWOMrNS niInRoAncoTn- kOTtkit 4lidtratn lance snwl loollaf and dep cuig silk 1rald and lefnbcoldery trimmedlined ihioughout fiwith guaranteed jk saUn 4 3250 j fifUpeciulIwotzxS OH MISSES BLACK BKOADCLOTK COATlull lengM semlfUted back rlgular Icnt cot ar- i large buttons Otlthiougnbutwith sJk ssnln f j r fIf i Jiieiit- ii veil fastening lined wth uuiancj uin lin gfij i rKxcixE smMrrrK PLUSH COAT Out full teifetb womens or 0nilsacs Izes large long srruvi collar deep cUss large frog fastening col ored oblack siiUo Itneiit 32T0 L11 v 1 J O O 00 rII XGTn COlSl or women mlssos and juniors over 300 sylsioselect from Broadcloth Scrg s Cheviot WJde Wale Kn lish Chromes Chinchill s Plaid Bucks Xovfeliy Mixtutii Vel IliVeJourS etc from SIO Q 0gradually up to uJCtV xuw JOIINXV OTLlkelIlmlrrtlon 4S Inches long womeii anl misses sizes nmae of blue rwo and gray English uilaa1e chrotno viloir collars and fa ifnjs J f ta lpcdalo 1OOU 4- 444S 4W Intimate PiendTpUre doing yov own cooking npw tire you Beryl Young rlde Yes exclusively own Bevertysrtztkes his meals att a restaurant Clilcago Tribune It Object We girls have formed an anti kissing club Welt has it sUmulatctl the youn L men of the neighborhood nnyrLou isvllle r CourierJounial sIndication of Age What tnnkesiyou think he Is pits JIlJ ifolt Free Pres IJ Another Convenience hove liouRht myself an openwork hat How tiitrJeiir You cnn talk so miub tlerthnnitfb It VUaltiinqre IAnicrlrn SSionllThe Threo Posa Ive a kltcbeiiehteln my What he fpiitureof ycursrone cellarelte And of yonrs Smith Jve wt a ulfniKette In iuliiiBx bangt 0Getting PucK ona jrlni kind of a world do yon Ihlnk wed liuVi lt there were women on tlujJuriV I Mrs tier as WhY my dear the otn er day Whet venllftaUdirf suit you heard vou say von never could let what tWIIlve men woiiid do J udSlI He Hsrf Hopes Whji arv you louUlnx for1 said lit waller to tin diner who was flint g at his iijile of hash with hU fork Why mj wife mr to bring net Home u doren pearl buttons mid Ivr uly found uvo so fur was the n pole r01J1 Statesman Leading Question Sbelf yiiu could have only one whir brit would It Iv l HeIt 111 be lhatthat oh If only dared to tell Von what It would be She Well on Why do yqii sup pose brotmbl up ilu wlslilqt sub JectVIoituu 1muscrlpif THINGS ALL OUGHT TO pOW As Christian Bible students The Satisfactory Proof of Why God Permits Evil One of ttithquettiOn5 blch comes to nearly erry tlilnklnji mind today Is Why doQsdod permit ivtiT As we look about its In tin wtifld we observe lint illiid with sorrow iud trouble Klcknes md puln unit every irlnl wt h uld ttItIlililVlIhll and wi miuiot bj vomer4HK WtJY JOD Allovft Ve realize that itoIs itltiittitiitit1- hut lit rOlhll prevent It 1f tic Vetnv III Word lbtt He Is nure lim to do for HlIs blNlren tlmn n MIV iiar tltK for theirs and we iniiili tiuil yntnfin mean iitli s It se iiifl that hose who ttiyj tIruhlclenr In u Niok rtuliileUllio Divine Plnn of th Apei Kvery slaleinont is backed by Svril ure nail shows tbtf while God does ntf BanriSon evil liiB HAS HAD A PlJUf OSIi IN Ar tOW ING SIN AND DliATU TO JIRIGN THESE SIX TH ttSAND YEAllS This null many oUirHUbJecta of deep interest to all of Hudtt people nro ills cussed fully nnd Jtthnwlilpen of coraproliotision i Jn English Germnn Swtjdlali Ditto NorweRiiin ItiiUiinJ 1nturh Greek Hungarian SpnnWr IollHli Blollond b Finnish Syrlnr and TrkoAri Mniuii iireparutloitl j Chi pages potli buinid 3T ccfctJ post td tihlren IIIW Rrllt Tot t Sock tr r lucks BtnMjt nrhllldr II Y DisEASE r of COn3umPtJ Out family had died a frightful couWDfl taken with but my Ufo wa and lung troublet 87 pounj3 tbro1 and I gain- eaNW DR i iNGS I fllatY E RY pal 0Cc snjt0leliiugton TeL J will at Fair in on i j to 14 Jacks f 11 foalsiredl by Joe grandson of Old Paragon 1 8year old Jennett with colt by side in 0foal she sired by Dick Parrotts Old Paragon he by Black Hawk 1 by Joe Blackburn 11 5 year old Jennett with foal sired by a Gov Wood Jack out ofa sire of Joe Blackburn I1 3year old Jennett with foal sired by a Gov Wood Jack out of a sire of Joe 1 1 year old Jennett sired by Gov Billy now owned by Peters c iVinicn as Well as Men are flafo ffllsarabft iby Kidney mid Bladder Troublo Xiilncy trouble jirtys upon the mind s ttion beauty and cheerful i tL IntsS soon disappcai I when ci Fz5 out ot order or 14 iii sSI non for a child to be born afflicted vitl i eakkidncys Iflh child nrinatestoo often if the scaldi the flesh or U wliei the child tciohes1l1t age when it sllould be able tq control the passage is yet afflicted with hell wet tingdependupop it the canec of the dim culty is kidney trcable end iirtt step should be towtirda the treatment of these import rti1tJ 1 Iris ut1ple1l18rL trotfble is duts to a diseased roi Mtipu of the kidneys and bladder u to a iabit a most people se rrc VoDJcn itS weIr as i1tk dier able with kidney rj bJer trouble and both need great The mild and mafaite effect of Swamp Root In t ejiiized It is sold by druggis r i cent and i lar sir cltp Vii iutay =bar le nil free aUq a PZJJVi pti ijblet tclluic all bout Swam inclidiuig ninny monla1 letters received front sufferers who found to be just remedy needed ln writing Dr Iiimcr Co BinJ11IUUton N V o ssre and mention paper Dont make ajjj mistake but the name Pr Kilmers Swamp the address jhamton N Y on bottle NJT CLUB 2 v iowr COtTWomena and waleIebble811kboundedtes50specJAICOATLikeIilutratiofi BlurhClolweave anti cuffs ot broadcloth buttons and handembroidery trimmed aY Q 2250 womeniU1dwjjlpc Hd browns grays and navy bluol guaranteed linings handturned collar 50suitTAirxmMAlMi SUITS For women misses and juniors made of English serge broadqloth wide wale cheviot Engttehvwhlpcord3 and novelty mixturet over 75 styles to siloct from values up f ffthisSERGI DllESSIiS Womens and misses sl2esVtine pure wool English t serge navy blue coat style buton don front collar and cuffs trimmed with Amoricun Heauty and black stripe sating 50cllliKVKXIXG DltKSSliJS PTREJiT j i1tltSES MTERXOOX ItRKSSGS IAXIV AXClXtt DRESS1SWomens and mIsses sizes made of serges broad cloths charmcuse satins mcssallneM brocaded sUns chiffon tafTotns hlt Ions nets and Jacosas low a VJUOS as and high 3 tf 97 rr4 tWAW4 50I Uuc SALE4T- i r JACKS AND JJNNBTTS 1 I the Grounds SpringrieldKy f Saturday November 9 19412p AT1OO OCLOCKPM Sell the highest bidder a dJehnehs asfdll9ws i 119year0IdJpnqettin sideI Blackburn Thurman A5vigdr tliekidteysare tile rcnifedy i bot3icIz Swniitioot lie this remember Root and eery Ii 1year old Jacka goodpne siredbajjson of Dr McChord ouL of Paragon1 Jennett 1 1 year bl d Jack Colt sired by a son of Paragon out of a Gov ocd Jennett 1 2year old Jennet sired Ipy a Paragon J jackout of Goy Wood jennett i I Weanling Jack Colt sired by Gov Billy i now owned by Thurman Peters r jennetti I f 1 a Para gpn soil of Dick Parrotts old outofa Black Hdwk Jennett fr I I 3yeav old Black Jack good ofIJenneitIHrA JTMONTJGOMERY11 HI a t HAMILTONT i hLt IhiCouragesondlCfC1 fl- ssa11c1ihetroIub1eia cbtomesoprcvalen urine r b RootJtoooW18rs collar l i Parsgons perfor91erf I ARROW and Sieel LiIcI L f I sioTc lfELLS T1ta1eEtgwaCaba cut iab a eeg ttMlt1rn Each ldEvcry Onea SpeeclShei f The speed that breaks your ta etsiwirer the trap Thati why KemrngtenUMC Steel Shells have won 13 out H the IS Handicaps i the last threo rear r C4II The speed that get that mHeaminuto duck wltha lead thats wjij it takes over 50000 dealers to handle tie d fore Remington UMC Steel Lined Shells The Shooting fraternity are speed wise They know loose vefdependsThe powder charge in RctninsionUMC shells U rif wl M tnecessaryi t CJabjBcecl Uctorr loaded shill Speed plu PatternIs liar tusks rfiVilJn Remington ArmsUnion Metallic CartaIcett 290 Broadway e Ifcw Ywk CHr 6 JFAiSSTSt- t IA i r iiDR G T BURTON RKftlDENT DENTIT flI AM Wtrk Guaranteed lrl PHONE 162R Ji T7f ooI1 K Block1 up atalra f 1 8PRINGF11J1DD KY t W tr ij DR J Q MUDD j Pijiiciw wd Surgeon Office hours 8 to9 amIP lt2pmOffices over Haydons Drngstor f W FGR1GSBV t TORNEYAt LAW Ioeoxer Peoples Hank SPRINGFIELd KY r D HW HYAtT Office over Red Cross Drug liV Stores Office hours Hyatt 1080 A tto 12 m 4 to 6 pm JJ He WILLIAMS Notary Public WILLISBURG KY aDtpoitions a Specialty 1 1 J Y HAYES S P YEAGER J MAYES YEAGER H Funeral Directors l 4and Embalmers TELEPHONE A tY1g NIGHTT SPRINGFIELD m i f TRUSTY PRACTICAL DENTISTOffice over Haydon Barber Cental workat reasonable prices V U work guaranteed SPRINGFIELD iaI TREES v r pruft acfl Ornamental Shrubs Asperagus Rhubarb PtjpniSes Rose Phlox etc V tfroweror wtat we sell Free I Catalog No Agents ItVv H KJillenmejerl SonsSt f I Lexington KY 8omitlm t It May Ba Just Walking Into a Trap While wuIkhiK through one of the prominent strwts the othr day said an innocent lookiu Indldulll1 espied an Important looking piece of pa Iper on the sidewalk mid picking It up f found it to be a pawn ticket for alla mond scarfpln which some careless person bad apparently dropped iMAccordins to the ticket the pin had been pledged several weeks before for 15 How amI to find the owner thought I Shall I tale It to the pawn broker Perhaps If do the owner will never see it anyway The pin must surely be a good one and doubtless whichfitit to my own dser i The name on the ticket was Brown and my conscience was relieved when I found several hundred of that name A4Sn the directory I soon made up my mind and started for tbe brokers ot fire I asked to see the pin before re o deeming It Btutjnj that lhnd bought the ticket and upon the payment of 25 cents was allowed to examine It It looked nil right to me although I am not n qualified judge of diamonds t4 I paid the principal of 15 nnd the interest of 1SO and toe pin became mine The nextdny showed Itt an ex d pert who declared It tobe worth tar less than the amount I lund paid for it IIt is a frlck vof tame people ho eald to defnlud unwary persons like yonrselfv The scheme consists of isau tng tickets for spurious ijIeees of JewS elry foramounts many times lu ofjtheir value and dropping them on the sidewalk In different ports of town If t where untusnectlns persons might find rlt1m and redeem them nSfln did thus yielding n handsome prot to lb J perpetrators Philadelphia Record f r Very Observing dugInsIo yoi UlliV w niui Krr more observing tthru iiiiiiiJ l uKH STeII my wlfr iu Julcll 1J i street ttoday for vu uilnutpx it took her two hours to denerfbt what theother womnu hail oh IhjimtfJ phla RecordINo Taste For Them i uotlce thuOou iifv hlcn 141 ft horse show mn hjrII It hlJnrpr jlL dear not Im nystrlji- ICII- I rTsiujIIIcigo ftword nerjjlii T rrOut e or Inpcroation WrnnKfrCjtn iII nhirp Jrlfl Hud your Imtvhii lit vlt il ntails f tics Farmer Itrowni kin give yoiu the village dressmaker address Shi know the ago of etery woman li townLIfe IIbTh Inevitable w Jere Is no good In arguing with thl lievltibW The only argument nvnll Jble With ah east wind Is to jmtt oin JiMIr 8ireettJnm ll i l I TOWN ii Vfi HOOMMW Local Happenings or Interes The Freshest and Latest If All About Yourself Friend Tand Acquaintances l g gg g g gg g I T postsIr Some end posts R L Clements FOR SALE 75 tonsfirst class timothy bay J1 A Boulware FARMERs Come in and see our Timothy Seed best on the market They are cheap Get our price B DLAKECO- Mr and Mrs Watheri Sinfms are rejoicing over the arrival of a sou FOR SALE One pOwer cutting box Mrs J W Tucker High grade Rhode lSlimdRl d Pulleits for sale Mrs J W Tucker There will be a box supper at setIDrdayed FOR SLE6 IDuroc Jboarsoac farmers prices E S Mayes Jr Strayed On t he farm of J AIBoulware about Oct 1st one Parkj Roan heifer weight about 600 lost Ownerplease come arid get the heifrsand pay for this i advertisement We extend you a cordial invitation to view our line of tailored hats pretty untrim medshapes irT beavers ajnd veleoursSELLEN WATHEN Mr Harve Hardin and ssJAddle CasteeKwero married at the cleriks office Thursday of last week JIJ FOR SAtE One nice family J mare 10y ars old sound and fearless of all objects 1 Rough ton runabout new 1 new high grade buggy set double wagon harness in good order Apply it tins office Because ofthe inability CJfMrI Lewis to attend Court all th ifI cases io which he he wan employed were conlinued until the the next term of the Circuit As a consequence there is very little court this week there be IIeII 1 have moved to the RhineI iteGriDIstam prepared to do all kinds orI sewing Will be glad to lave my friends hall on me Zula NallyjPhone 226W i Mr and Mrs Sam Bottoms were evidently not Satisfied with haying a Democratic President and Vice President in the nationI II but wanted one in the as there arrived at heir home on Tuesday night about the time the returns were coming in Marshall WilsOn Bottoms Both mother and babe are progressing well The county has been visited by two fires ia the last week On last Friday morning Mr Ed Osbourne was aroused about three oclock in the morning by someone calling over the tele phone and found that his barn was on fire He rushed but andj got out his buggies and horses but the barn was destroyed The origin of the fire is unknown On last Saturday the house ol BardstQwhppuce caught fire acdidently andj was burned together with all the contents SvereFall Hon John W Lewis had the misfortune to have a severe fill last Saturday night He hadj atisen and walked tojtbe head 1of the stairs in bis residence and was attempting tq turn on the electric ligntj out judging the distance ju the dttrkhe ste i ped a little far and tell headlong 1d11 the fteps to the firs land lug seVtre y bruising and jut ting his facie Several stitehs dnI and his 1te is considerably swollen as a result of the bruises sustained But his injuries urt Iprogressing very ukely and ii expected that he wifl be out in IL ihurL tWE TOPICSJ DR V MANNING DENTIST SPRINGFIELD KY Offices over McElroy Shaders grocery Phone 234R- Hours 8 to 12 1 to 4 IILogsdonEdelenQuite wedding was that of Mr George Edelen and Miss Elizabeth Logsdon which w solemnized at St Dominics jcnurch yesterday afternoon atI 5 odlock Rev Father Hennes sy performing the ceremony The bride was attractively at tired in a dress of white chiffon ov brocaded charmeuse ana wore a white beiyer hat trim med with white French plums and carried brides roses The bridal party entered the church preceded by the ushers Messrs John Polln and Frank Willett next came the groom pithi his brother Mr Joseph Edelen while the bride entered on the arm of her brother Mr Joe Logsdon who crave hit in marriage Master Tom Bodrick and Kithieen Miller were ribbon boy atidgirl respectively Ihe bride is a daughter of Mr aud Mrs Uhas T Logsdon and is one of the countys most charming young ladies while the groom wao iis a son of Mr J P Edeleu is an industrious young farmer who takes a place as one of the leading citizens of the county After the ceremony the bridal party and a few friends were entaitamed the home yf the brides parents Dedication of New Church The Methodist c bur chin Springfield Ky will be form ally dedicated to the worship of God on November 17 1912 by E G B MaD D D D The public are cjrdialty invited to at tend this service Great Retreat at St Rose The three days retreat at SL Ruse last Friday Saturday and Sunday was one of tbe greatest aud most successful in the his tory of St Ro e It opened on Friday at high maso Rev Father Oaton who was con ducting the retreat preicned at this and also in the services in the afternoon Toe same order was carried out on Saturday and Sunday On Sunday afernoonIone of the largest cro ever attended b mission at Rose was in attendance tjj seat in the church was filled a was also standing room Father iCatoji upheld in splendid manner the reputation ha had gained as jan oratr and during each ser mon he held toe closest atten lion of the large crowd present arejsCbOI1ryt IIiUg and carefuL preparation His manner aud style of delivery is up to the standard of the 1ra 10 of old Be is gifted with rsI strong full voice which carries to every part of tbe large iSt Rose church Splendid music was rurnishedI at each seryise by the St Ruse choir under the able direction of Mrs Effio Rojbertaon assUted by Rev G B Dawkins A very beautiful Ave Maria aid OSdlu 7tarius were rendered by the choir Tnis music was he com position of Rev Father D wkms adare compositions which thesgreatest ccmposers Father Dawkins has composed quite a number oT tine selections of music and is establishing quite a reputation for himself inthis 1line All his compositions are bjguly classic ad thtse two last production we think take a place supenor to any of his previous coapositiousI SRRAED IF jici I jlili the Lebanon pike a brown jen nett with white points and 14 bands high Any information leading to its recovery FewardedbyMtnuaI MorejA i yoar coal before winteriGet your road bad Its cheap Remember we give 80 Ibs for a bushel we have always dono dand load your wagon witha fcCof x 1Strayedtfrorn ray pliice on long tail ckambArJY infur Imation leading to recovery wil e rewardei L M Gregory LTI t MrsED Walkeris tl e guest of friends in Washingto D O Rev Father Henness bas re turned froma visit to his parenis 1In Baltimore Md IMrsFred Mangel a d little daughter of Forth Texas are thti guests of her parents Ir and Mrs John W Lewis Lon a SJ Hill cf Iiibanon was hote this week Attorney J Pratt ale of Lcuuilsville1wast here 1 lursday of last week Miss Mary Amis of fowling Green is visiting friend here Mr M G Leachman fr has returnee from School at IJowliug IM Lynna Bush of Boone county came home tovrae Mrs Gage of Memph ft Tenn has returned to her hon jafLer a Visit to Mrs G L Hay on DrLW W Hyatt is i Louis ville this week In Memory A gloom was cast over the entire ctJmmunhywbe it was known that God bad f tent his death messenger and sc nmoned Hallie the three earol daugh Let of Mr and Mrs JJ Clem ents HaJie was giftcpby the iOflIigncefar loving joyous 1thicheu deared her not only to ler loved ones but to all with w bom she camu in contact Be4 passing left a void that can ever be filled and a sadness bat time And prayer alone can heal God ith His infinite mercy called her in the morning off to rest forever 4n the hertfetfe of JesustWe bow and hearts and submit to ue decree for we fully realize Hat it was met that obe so outg and beautiful sbould porti with the flowers G Rockrun Mr Chas Perkins and little daughter Nellie of his place Mr Georgd Arm trong 01 Tatham Springs Mr Tom GJrahara and wit were the guests of Giaud Grat im of Pal ham Sunday Kliss Ida Dune ald brother less spent Saiurda and Sun dry with relatives t Cornish yule Mrs RP Colvin pent Wed nesday with her dac hlerMrj Moud ndersuntEffie Divine spent ast week at Tdtham springs Mr And3s4 who ha- s been on the sick list is much improved r Air aud Mrs Ton Colvin and little son spent Friday yith Arch Colvin at Willisbu c Mr Will Mil oourA of Nelson couuty has moved II the farm of Fred Milbourn RockIbridg spent Thursd y with Mrs W J JiowlerI Willie Riley of Whitehall spejnt Saurday with Marshall and Ktalla Riley of this place li vinandPurJspent11S8lurday Enoch Masters ot Wiilisburg Uecil Derr and Haasford Salt spent Saturday nirhi and Sun ofIj f Matham Springs j Molan Derr aojuj family were the guests of Hurry Sims of Wiilisburg Mrj rWalter Votuw if Coruiahyille George Divine a id Mather of this place spent sunday withi IJ B Divine ft PuMcSato We will on- SATURDAY I OV 9 1912 at 2 cloc Pw offer fur salt ou tbe p eiuis the 2 story house bud 1 12 ores of ground just biclr of St ptninicscburcI- in 11 Sprtnglieid l House has 6 rooms aidg J outbuildings also a good bat and cistern on pltce Terms wade 2mown on day of sale s J R f T F MONTGOMERY t the Choice rid A HusbOl is tooimportant a i atter for a woman to be handicappec by weakness bad bloooVor foul breaj i Avoid these kill hopes by taking Kings Life Pilli New strength fine complection put breath cheerful ffjkpirita things that IIwn menfollow tlfkuse Easy sate ure a 23c at Hay 01 Robertson Lj IN KENTUCKY Belated R9portsSwellDem ocratic Victory Belated reports from aft over Kentucky whIch were received Wednesday uight show that the Democrat victoryi was even greater than indicated in the earlier dispatches The plural apprpxiiooo1of over 8000 The lead of President Taft over Col Roosevelt 8000 with the remaining counties which are Republican yet to report Caleb Powers Republican is now claiming the Eleventh bv 6000 In that district the Dem ocratic 630 V Smith ran ahead of H H Seavv Progressive The election wentoffqwetly in Washington county last Tons day The complete returns gave Wilson 1377 Roosevelt 853 and Taft 719 la some precincts there was considerable stdY at home vote The colored popu lation seemed to have overcome all scruples about leaving the Jog cabin as most of them voepl of them voted for Roosevelt Taft made a much stronger race in the county than was anticipated by most p ypie The returns en e in quickly and by six clock the entire re turns of thecounW wore iin Commissioners Sale L W Goode Admra etc Puff EquityNBy virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circ At Court rendered at the Oct term 191 2 in the above styled cause r shall proceed to offer for sale on the premises near Toxas Ky on SATURDAY NOV 23 1912 tijehghesta credit of 6 12 and 18 months the following described property towi A certain tract of land situated in Washington Co Ky on thq waters of Little Beech Fork known as tile Dr Debp farm but nowned by the heirs of J T Goode deceased The above tract of land contains 100 scrs more or less and has good frame dwelling stock outhuildingsThismile of the village of Texas and is first class land for corn tobacco Sand general farming For the purchase price the purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing interest havingtheBidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W Cl CI Commissioners Sake Mrs Nannie Mullican Executrix PUT of J B Mullican Equity- P S Carrico etc DfU By virtue of a Judgment and order of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered atthir Mayterm 1912 in the above styled cause for the sum 3oO with interest at the rate of six pgr centum per annum from the 26th day of March 1912 until paid I shall proceed to offer forsale at the Court- House doorinptl Ky on MONDAY1lf6V EI 25 1912 at oclock pin or thereabout being County Court day to the highest bide der at Public Auction upon a credit of six months the following described property towit IIA certain tract of land lying in Washington county Kyon the Sprihgfield and St Mars turnpike about 3 12 miles from Springfield ad joining the lands of John Wall Jand Mr Carrico and containing 15 acres 3 roods and 20 poles For the purchase price thcpurchaser or purchasers with approved security or sureties must execute bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paia and having the force and effect of ajudgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY MC W C C Mora tlght Fresh air enthusiasts are familiar enough to icost of us but we hear less of enthusiasm for light Darken parlors darkened bedrooms dark sickrooms are too common Sir 11ed W Richardson tho eminent London and physician declared thar when the professors of healing enter a slckrim their first words in most cases ought to be Goethofl dying exclamation More Hgbtl More light The light of the sun Is Gods own microbe killer germlcldo dluln fectant prophylactic sickness healer There II no physician no chemical an tldate no compounded prescription to be compared with sunlight Without Ithature could not perform her funs tlpris Man beast bird inflect wdtrid fall victims io tho deadly ettaes that koCh prevail The horrid mists and deadly gases are dlsRersed and composed by the action of light Lot It In cyerwhere Let the light In more and more abundantly Fjidod carpets are not as pftlfiil us laded cheeks Sifollea ctiBhlofaa are trlyial compared wlthBpoHed health Darkened rooms ait6o suggestive of darkened lives =ThX Christian Hr aJd1 iLt J Y r DElN IIi lD E I I This brand of Underwear js tbo sv01I known for us to take up space telling you about To me it once meant II to want it everaf terwards u can find full line of the popular styles in IIyand ROBERTSON Childrens garments CLAYBROOmCO at this store WOII I INCOR RATD 1 v J Commissioners Sale Gee RTaylor etc Pill EquityJoeBy virtuei of a judgment andiibrJeja of sale of the Washington Circuit Court rendered at the Oct term 1912 in the above styled cause I shall proceed to offer for sale at the Coirt House door in Springfield Ky on t MONDAY NOVEMBER 25 1912 r at oclock pm or thereabout being county courtday to the highest bidder at public auction upon a credit of sixI 12 and 18 months the following de scribed property towit Two certaiu tracts of lend situated in Washington caunty Ky and described as follows Tract No This tract contains 123 polesTract contains 150 acres I rood and 30 square poles This land adjoins the lands of Rucker FiliaTreau and is in the vicinity of Manton The improvements are fairly rood a considerable body of timber is included in these tracts The above tracts of land wilt be offered separately and then as a whole and for bIds realizing most money wit be accepted For the purchase price the purchaser or purchasers with approved security bearinglegal il paid and having the force and effect ofI a Judgment Bidders will be prepared to comply promptly with these terms C F BOSLEY M C W CCI Fortune From Watercress Mrs James is said to have amassed a fortune of 400000 by selling Watercress at Covent Garden market London Mrs James has been selling watercress ever since she was five Years old beginning with two small basfcetfjls Hard work is the secret of success Mrs James declares 1 stand out in the open every morning from three oclock lit ten and after that I have to look after the fresh cut watercress which arrives frommy farm by every passenger train Study your customers never disappoint them give them the best and you must succeed Mrs James has ft handsome house in London a house in the country a watercress farm and keeps a motor launch Elaoorato Apfjogy What do you mean tiy watlng that red flag and stopping tho tralnr nBKod the Irate engineer You wrong us replied Llfcanilerlflff Mike We was holdln a little meet InWhat you saw was de new an archlst version of de ChautAuaua w lute Lve Your Life wbaturelwe pathway of our Urea As Mark Twain would have put It we do not appear to be gaining on the scenery Yet there is room In the world and need in the wot Id for each and every one of us and therefore we must keep on going to the end Emerson has a poem in Vblch tho squirrel talks tithe mountain and says If I cannot carry forests on my back neither can you crack a nut You can do something nobody else candq namely- llyoyour llfA cbiu1ce1- tf You have the you willrpnly take if and I have mine If we jauxdb nothing else iwe can at least be eprno ones friend and there Is nothing that the world more keenly wants and sadly needs La = Tycra Journal ITho8tall that can be Been by a sharp eye in our bemlsphuro is abqut1 3000 or 6000 in both htfm Isphercs By the telescope or coarse jriany thousands of stars are brought out that are Invisible to the naked eyes Ifslng an instrument little more than two inches wide there have been more than 310000 stars duly charted In the northern half of the heavens alone It has been estimated byvery hi1 authorities hat the totdWnumber i tblett the whole celesUa irauit wpi mount up to 80000 006 h A j rT7TY I 1 I 1II 3110 F iIII I I iIIIFRESIf CANDIES ALWAYS ON HAND iu h iJirIJ ReHablanti Oo11lrehellsivoTe1eph e Seryice I J Is necessary to conduct successfully a business enterprise The Cumber land Telephone and Telegraph Company gives you a universal rvic that la local connections with all citizens in your town and Long Diafonc eoai inections to all outside important cities and towns You get exoctly what you pay for Call our Manager for further information The demand U not for cheap telephone service but for reliable and comprehensive tele phone service i CUMBERLAND TELEPHONE tELEGRAPH COMPANY Incorporated J F DANEEi110Lti Pros and Treas iF NNEHOtbJrI VicePresident r1IIo GEO Secreta11 TWYMAN 11to 1Main Street Tobacco WarehouMvCo INCORPORATED MAIN STREET HOUSE f 41IpEPENDE- NTDANNENHOU j dt OPropH f jk 92325 W Main Street bet 9th and 10th LOUISV1LbEkY Storage Four Month Free ofChars f Light in City Aui SaleOpwly iiBest Inspection RetUrns PromptlVMmi Mark Your Hogsheads MAIN STREET HOUSE i SPECIAL NO riCE TO THE TOBACCO GROWERS Those whoJf11have notyet received those valuable certificates should write at l iithe Main Street Warehouse Company I i1i1rl i At 4 111 FARM FOR SALE tI About 150 Acres ti Situated about mile from FaIrfield Nelson county 0Ij a Q 1 public road There is about5O acres of gOod tobeee JMi farm after being cleared T ere is some fine whIte oak tbee timber SUitable for b idingpurpoaea A coM psud aM a good portion of the fercing Is wovr wfrewI 1wMk I rj iiother There id abQut 60 acres suitable to go is con iNMltohfceee Matt balance ef cleared land sown In graaa There k io hi41ths farm but plenty oftimber for building puipoii Ti A call on j KRrVJELLS or HAWV W1= 1 I ff1 11 Iti c it E1111QNS i aSayedTo 0 JKMittiay ilBT Tile Appoint piitOfAdequate Counsel1 i J7 =Justus Goebel Makes r pw Strong Appeal for ProI I i JtecBoH To Peoples In terests Ik9piLetterHe MksThae lLawyers f Jjyilt fa Ciise Of the ptaiJFreeFroiCorci lBttfcrSwtf Attast Tax DWiiH Ctrpt rations t OPEN LETTER IFran1fort and Covington Ky October 31st 1912 To HIM Excellency Governor James B McCreary to all Administrative and jLetftlatlve officers of the State and to all citizens of the Commonwealth who are interested In equal and uniform I o taxation 4 S itiMT Mends to be bravo and r1eH and loyal to the great com art w i1 eITfee e last words of my asasstnate- dbr ttrfilliam Goebel have a aacr dfSfteaace to meland wIn in Se- ptHr 199 I again commenced to taljte am acUTe Interest In our State talnjlt was not to gain political fa r for there Is nb ogee I wouldI kave jJA4 4t wu with hope and con during1hecer open up an opportunity fc Ktatucky to take p William Goebels w rk where the assassins bullet had t4 Interrupted It andin that event every Apartment of Our government would give thereto by voice and action most lIUVervigorous and loyal support I r Relief Must Come Necessity for action In the Interest fet the eoplEthasgrown as years have pasted until it has developed into what It today a crying shame And froi Which relief must come Too long altogether too long has there been unjust discrimination gitaatthejeop1enjtist ant burden Jome 1atatIn upon the people as I compared with what has been required J to be paid by the big corporations of our State Corporation lawyers have feoastlngly Wld the death of r Goebel asa benefit to the corpora tions It this was true the question Ic peoprbft hqld bondage cause of b Is death God knows the corporations now iiilng the State have been able to pro cure and the word procure Is usc i advisedly Immunity long enough from I I paying their just share of the taxes A fruhdred million dollar increase ilh the varue of corporation property 1 for taxation opens a new era In the J States affairs and has awakened tho people brought them to a realiza tion at what has been done to them ll thtewl1lbe a further awaken InfWWch will correct abuses equpllY aw great air unequal taxation A tn awakenIng erf the people has come I and henceforth every man who wouldj hold office must be a progressive and satisfythemjtheyw1U nld chaff any man who hesitates or Sarea sti dIn the way of betterment i of conditions and improvement in ev ryfwaysf6f tile whole people r r Grsss Undervaluation No onW doubts had William VGoe bel been permitted to live that which was don Ia rmonth by the Board havefask ifift Instead of the large c prattoasVJlgbtlng lithe spurts and by sinister methods endeavoring to perpetuate unjust and unequal taxa tion to throttle the action of U inateTaxing Board theflfst to act ful ly 1tbeinterest of their people they would Jong ago have beep paying into the State county and city treasuries tkelt Jut proportion qf taxes It Is very evident that IIn Ken StatesblgcOTPoratJ taxes than thy aet made to pay tnt Take the case of the C O R 1m 1911 this road on its entire sya Itern In Kentucky paid taxes on a to tal vauation of only 9313270 where as the street railway company of the cltyrof Louisville was made to pay I valuation of 10800000 The Clt jORrR 4a 1901 paid taxes on a fran chit valuation of only 2171189 and i te 1911 on a valuation of only 2743 ri f MCREARYIJUNE 1912 e J350 Board found tile 1912 whereasihe should be 1819SGc The TIP R paid taxes on a franchise valuation of only 3110197 aid In 1311 onovaluation of only 559320 wliore s the Board found their 1912 assessmentt should be 41O742OG The L C In 1901 paid taxes on a franchise valua tion of only i989870 and in 1911 a valuation of only 4510320 wlierias the Board found their 1912 assess cmeatN RR In 1901 paid taxes on a fran chise valuation of onty 650487 and In 1911 on a valuation of Qnly 899200 whereas the Board 428074 their 1912 assessment should be 111 The Covlngt n companies in past paid as little proportionately lSIn did most of tHe above mentioned comI panics and without exception alf these icompanlea aqd the two others suing wanted the same assessments for 1912 that they had In 1911 The lBoardot Valuation and Assessmentt based their 1912 assessments on con vlnclng proof of values placed befo ret them and the assessments pro uni moreSthan four hundred corporations as sessed only oven have protested In the courts and these are among those that have always proportionately pa jf the least Statercounties and cities have been robbed and the word robbed Is the only ivo rJj that fits the case of more than ten millJ lion dollars in taxes In the years from 1902 to 1911 in cursIve a period of ten years there has been an average Increase In the franchise assessments of the four lai g featper cent yearly and this almost unbelievable record of astonishingly IlsmaU increases was made lin the ten best years for earnings that the rail roa sot this country ever saw The picture here presented of iej previous inadequate franchise assess meats Is astounding hut when oneexj amines Into the situation regarding the tangible assessments made by Rail road Commissions of the properties of Ifsix of tle corporations now suing t IcStatequate and must be here supplanted IYi the word dumfounding to state mc correctly what the tarilgble assess ment picture actually presents Work Is Delayed a Decade iTake the case pf the C O R R and the records show that the tangible 90propertyago assessed tliItwenty years was 801ffj577 In 1911 notwithstanding the extensions made In mileage road double tracking of a vat system 1j ehilprobablyequipment of engines and cars this asjesessedcent less than In 1892 twenty ago In 1892 the market price of C QIn stock was around 11 cents and tod lYn the stock of this company Is selling at 815 cents and the capital stock thas been increased to one hundred million dollars Further comment to show that our state has been lobbed Is unnecssary The tangibleproperty of Pie C N O T P R RoWAd as sensed In 1911 for less than It was as thatlcompan1Ible property for many years in May 1910a pomlnent officialhal one of the companies suing sthe special interests had In years past controlled the states taxing boards and the records apparenlly prove hf told the truth in that instance He also stated that lie would control thE present Board of Valuation and As sessment but In this he has proven at Ignominious failure ii Board Acts For People tTo date the people have won and the Beard of Valuation and Assessment consisting of H nry M Bosworth chairman Tom S Rhea and C F Crecelius Ijas finished Its work for 1912 and thank God for once It hai acted in the interest of the people Until this year the Board of Valua tion and Assessment has been con trolled in the interest of the big cor poratlons by som hook or crook elth er friendship political favor rendered ri Are Y0uBl8iKZ 7 WetffFid 2 a Nrys Cri1r 1KYor headache P The reason is that your system does not rid itself S1ths pe is wrbioodj just as impossible as Jt is for the grate of a stove to rid i fzfS tiVTS The waste does to us exuctlyvvhat the clinkers do to the stove dIgtthEfrS ftni low untilenoufb clinkers have accumulated and then prevent t f iIiI it MJ Ypar liver is sluggish you are dull and heavy sleep does not Sli er appetizing In this condition illness develops Doctor Pierce iujlijii tI Discovery eradicates tim poisons from the bodyaglycerki alterlltiw st1 4d from bloodroot golden seal awl mandrake root stone id the t the use of alcohol No matter how strong the constitution j t ttsequenccf V tatory for the constant manufacture of blood snEu 2oVfezieja WOU1I1beUp azcln Was undtr many wtcfaronksI aW me Far nimtcen yearblood Alter tnirlnc rillUr everythtsw I worse I read Vfr TCn Adviser oDr Plerc Coal n 4 Dtaeoncrvnt Pa Sae Qitarrh Retnxiy r have tt9Medical D1covey aM Pizaaaxzt PeiIets and have ra i l3aga i izrrit RomodMJ am now able to do JDYwotkwaHt with IeuuII fa4l a new I enjoy evttrYthtnJt ok n mo Jiv Jo1z enough w nq UhDr Pierct PIcasAi tz regulate liver cnJ towels O 1 == or to be rendered bribery dr intlml j datio but never before has the state wallrightfullyII The eJght suits tat have Men brought against the state must bo ought though all federal and stare courts and are of vital importance t ur to people They Involve for the state 382389 and for tlie county anti cityt taxing districts 2339C or a total annually of 1205785 InThe railroad companies realizing tho magnitude of this fight and anx iibus to win out not alone from a flnan ml standpoint but to prevent the Sboundtory for the state are calling up the wonderful array of legal tah nL that la at their command through the power and Influence that cQxesof the trer mendous mount ot moley I their combined capitalization qf aPproxlmaiely one billion dollars Master Legal Minds Among the master legal minds that ire already engaged Jn preparing defense of the suing corporations theIt1 Trabue Dolan CoXefLcui helilInoi Centrc Iia1iad J y Cilivi ii Javin i Cine ana L io uciinufi New uaa Texag Pij cc Railroad Connany Join T Slid by oon of Lexington for the Chesapeake OllioRallroad Company Cal Henry L Stone Helm gruco e H Moorman R A Colston of Coulsvllle and Browder Browder of Russell l1iHeJQuown of Frankfort arid Ernst Cas satt Gottle of Cincinnati for the South Covlngton Cincinnati Strei Railway Company and the Union Light Heat and Power Company Maxwell Ramsey Graydon of Cincinnati tI or the AdamsExprdsa Company and for the Southern Express Company In addition to this galaxy W legal talent the sulng corporations have u vast army of busy workers who never appear In the limelight or In the court room and they may be des rll1ed at research lawyers accountants and statisticians who are n cui biy supportive element to tbd men who will present the cases and make the pleas and argument IeWithout ilt iracting one lOin from the splendid ability and known loyalty to ithe states Interests possessed rethe attorney general James byI and his threO assistant the common wlthjthatII Inadequate indeed and When it IsI taken Into consideration that the at torne generals office has a multi pllclty of cases and mattors of state to fully employ their attention and that the present situation comes 11th6 nature or an emergency unfert seen and unnrecedented inthe state history the urgent necessity for tinI employment of other able lawyers all a supportivovforce to the attorney gen eral becomes quite apparent Ability known loyalty to ho cause reand assured freedom from corporationi taint should be the gauge to govern the selection of attorneys to assist the defense of the states Interpsts Justus Goebels Interest My Interest In the work Just com pletcd by the board wS and Is dif ferent from and greater than that ol mair in Kentucky or elsewhere 1any though 1mBj have boon con Itwith the work Love of my state and lovCIloPand memory pf my bl111nllwprk ntlon and Assessment ha just comI pleteti have compelled of mp the sen v1Ice I have rendqed In Ute matter andIrwithout ofllcial duty testing on me have given untiringly and almost con tantly more than five months of time energy anti study to these assessments In tile interest of the state and its pet pie to the exclusion df every othoi interest business and personal Ther tore with such an Interest nndi ith the knowledge that I have galai ed through my labors I feel that I am qualified amply qualified to make an appeal In the name of the 400000 tax payers of the state who furnish seven1 eights of the revenue for the states governmen1 and who for many year have withstood tho burden of unonun taxation to the administrative and- legislative pdlccrs of the state to support tho governor with unlimited infcans for tho necessary defense of the peoples Interest and eases There arc men who have said In places that In the employment of At torney JohnL Rich the state had s jnp far enough but to such ijicn Iwonld say 4is your only interest the welfare of the people and havo you proven that there is no other interest tbaVls greater with you than the peoples In terest Every Citizen Interested We have been an4are dealing Ini ft1iIs with a matter which Is Vital tf and ajfects the ftm forts of CVU7J liomev no matt ef how humble and the pocketooktat every taxpayer In t ilreommonwealth 4be he laborer rat1i thchantother rank or station All have thatR l itfterast in what we have been flgu liformore nearly eaual taxatton Krellet Rosy corporation oppression foe question Is shall the causa jf lLufof justice by an array of counse4 of tithewIth the greatness twtl Inipetrr Ladies Saye Monejjr and Keep in Style by Riding McCalls Magazine and Usinst cCall PaHerbs I nnMCALIS rMzzsafsa1l l s41iaexit nee by UebpUlc posted on tlc lst t faililcnsrl and lot ltt Fashion la cli Abu vtltkbld InformstteB on fill home slid rre son mIllers OtHf yer Inclufflitf a ft e pattern BUi fcii e today er K1fur ee sample cot Plten will enable uto ratke In yonr own houe whit ynurown suds rlotlilncfu rqrirseU and children whl h will be ptrfisot in style and flu Price n hither luau tcents Send for free Pan n Catalogue Gin Yet Prutnt for getting sob scrlpllons nmone your friiii end for free OffercLI uicn mx Jive not oiuy 1205785 this yearbu millions upon millions In years to co ie and If the aslcssments are upheld mean to this generation and generat ns yet unbjTi in Kentucky lesser tax to PllY and to the state adequate rev nue for every purpose of governmen economically conducted ilostjespectfully ours JUSTUS G DEBEL ARMED N OF IHESflhTUI j lIng jOlBofflI resenlar PPASTOR VIEWS Churches of All Denqmi ations and the Powers of Eat Are About to In Common C use Pow rful t1Ci Preparing or the Battle Armageddon A Re jn Anarchy Will Be the Result J the Warfara jUntil The Messiah Ta s Control Ur ikli No a Tite Bto lyn Aondoiujr lit u Ill r u s lOU odl to the lini It t lay to hear PilI r flissufl 5 tbs rse ou Uio that o of Ariun- inJldd ills test wall He Authored then together unto a iiire vnllwl In the elzrew loltJI1C A rui n gVddon Revelation xvi ui Tin1 speaker niid-II Armageddon tit Ilr icon Kiguitiua till HUI of Mogul oi Mount of stnictliin it was fiuiiui as a hlt tit fithi Jn Old Testament tii ItS Tlio Lord has soda lit tl associate the nuinc Arnmgeddon with ho great on troverwy between Trutl and Error Ilcltt and wrong all u Mammon with which1 this ns will close and New Ape of ssiahs glut y- be mdiered ini lit has p irposcly used highly ymboli af flgilrUi of speerh In ldlht1yItant truths quill the lire line for their revwiliucut lint ever lie bo due time tligi HI Lie itjsfiircij us of the wicked uliajV tuidcrstnndj DiinUl xII none who tIre ilUtt f heart har- luonj wilh Qiid Init aul wis iIIl1ojPIl wise ItIttho class of ilie Jlisters IlaraUI dvi liitilt nvni Itt pi OlttIn of my tuilcisHindhic rl ivst and Its tn11t 1 take It up no reijnmt toIoJ e ills inii any special inliirntion In seine tlHilars my vii wn ugrci with those oj iithcr Bible studctiti antI In other spcct they disagree Kflch lisa rr iwtt use hiIs own Judgment do his ovi Uible study nnd rcacu lila 4riu conci busIKinilly rtiucinlnr that s liytilsnslblathe lord My lntcr n itlnns do inaI deed ciinsiliUo a Icrrillp irnilfrnriient rn tlttitioii which vo ve nil reel r 9fMI nnd vhirli viiilruce ppi f giidprls ind sjHx1 ants Judn Mntly j iMiili In tilt n rn tins inxtltu tlI1 Ilii IuuuilzlrutiVC ru ON lIIIMI 1IU s f whole lUnlt will ii jHifilnTV The Dragon Best Fill Propfiet lllll iontvxt sits IH tli tlmc Im illl iftIts tau tiilijKi 1111 forth riiI ih uioiiihs of till inipin tin tiii Kls Iroph tutu tlune is1 ilrrlnt iipff auiIIIItIal11 riulea art uall lIyI Iau tlir ilnc iins to lilruuI till ilh tty atToI luI4 1lt aiI1tn nthp Ht1141I r iiln I Ini till ul judH t r ihir ictinvcM uf cUr nnd faith PI jrlth wl in solid iit otv LIII iuiHi irtc The 1 tliiins at liitiu ry mnl fln i5i inrtiein tijy tlilHl hail lo tin xui j fjido Phi a and princtfit with all laia 01 t1 nttiutp will f ji ca tin Salle wllo 011 r tiiiH nicrxli ItIJrlnlo tii tjTn14j e pieu r sxiii1 wllr1 tiiafu the e ril tilLs 1111 tSit t1Ius IIf11Ut f repiii frrus win r8t luau this alt muytn 1itKnilv qnlfo intrnrj tf- wr pnrtTiw For n tinu tie wji of tkrty nuil progjjX will bo piipl Iyttii nnd ni Jleyal tints w1 PtfJbthJIIe1 llLeSnry rI saIfharauarvrutlrn rtrlt l nor I ltesaeut tliIUJis rlnJt tilt nlIii lOll It wblltJiYhliutt t nnd the Ka rp Proplict liltstuithauti ijejirly all i2inoniluulonf xnt with tltitflmItrlroh8tttJttat the H9Ut like n lpoh l Ueve tioiiUIl 2t mnowijtB tt11I1lttly ut foyjr8 we tear wi he ready 1Ii xHi ouraiTOtoxt tavt nnotjifep i enhwlIitsno to actopt our Inti fprotHtiohv er shi4J we think h uil ofnuy whi re W Wo ill neMn r jtH1torllor J es flt tI11t- tlt k TJu L tr rusmeri5iittotneir views teat mnl tin seine right to make itni known to pthora And I for I will lIK verjr glml to consider anytlit which opJKNHnts setflwy Ir iuittrIrutm4uns ofinir forthI r Unclean Spirits Like Frogs lii symbolisms of Fcriutnro dentuanderstoodnrc 9lw8VM fprcefnl nthp Holy Sprit dsyniluolicaily doctrines or teachings we may be sure the true application will lit well A frog a sage look a wist look It swells itself up lit nit tppareiit en deavor to Impress the Upholder Its great inbuth well represents its chief vowel used to croak Applying these symbols we lenni Unit nn evil spirit Intlupflce teaching will come from the Protestifnt ihnrches federated from the church or Home and from the Civil authorities Ill In Cull agreement Tile spirit of all will be boastful an attn df snperlur wisdom and knowledge Vlll be proudly araum llnll will croak imiarmony All will tell of dire resnltx that AVonld ollow Invulvlii the interests of both the presput and the failure life If their counsel ho not followed However eon fllctin the creeds the tllfferenres will be Ignored In the geherh proposliloii that nothlufi ancient must be disturbed or looked luto or repudiated The nivlne QiitlAirlty of the Church nnd tic Divine right of Jciug aside from the Church will not be allowed to conflict Any persons or teachings in conflict with these boastful nUll ian ttcriptnral claims salll be branded as evprvthing rile fit the ninntils of these frolfs sp aklifg from pulltk and plauorms and through that ruigkii and secular press The nobler scnU mentsof somowlll bo strangledl by the philosophy of the same evil twirl which sp le through Cahiphas the high priest respecting JfMus As Cnla plans declared It expeilleut to commit Ii crime in violation of Justice hiiiunn and Divine to be rid of Jesus and IIs teachings so tills frog Kpirlt will ap prove of every violation oC principle neeosuary to their seifprotectiou The cnaklng of tht sefrog18pIrHs orI doctrines will gather the kings mid princes financial political religions armY1lhemakings of these frogs will scoii gcI 11111r1In their blind following of these evil ii spirits evil doctrines they will be ready to sacrifice ffeand everything pn the altar of what they mistakenly Suppose is justice truth and righteous ness under n Divine Par a brief time urrmpenrontI the Scriptures these combined forces of Armageddon will triumph Fret speech free mails and other liberties which have come to lie tilt very breath ruthrIIlessly shut oft under the plea of neces rally the gloryof IoU the commands of the Ohuuh etc All will seem to halserene until till great soeiajl cxnloion 1In oiy cont st described as the great Earthquake An carUHpualCB in IollnlIrevohttlun and the declaration of the context in tlint none like unto it ever before occurrtnl Itevplatiou xvi IS WI J sus aeihmltatscl It us a tIme of trouble such as never was since there was n nation MnttlMJW xxlv Ul Lord Will Gather Them IThc frogHUe ttfcachlngs will ciithor tii cilifr Into one host the ftreat tire rich jtLc Wise the learned and tliaa kings of tilt earth to battle At this JuneMire Hi vine Power will step for ward and cite text tells us that UK hull gather the marshaled hosts to Aritia iesidouito the lountlJ Iii of n1- estruetlu Tlie very thing which nej mmglit lo avert by their union fitdvra Ik will lie thevcry thing tlicy will liiisi u ot1J1e4Scriptur s tell I that GuI will he rcprcscntixl by till riat Mcsfiiih anil lint He willlJuo itlw of the nuussesi Thuvc ni rtulI- II DnntVl xii ftt that tu KW Mlihiill IIIII t JTlikO OIK MtKsllhl i4tiutl up iivsunu authority He will ki J uf IIIai Liutaa1mu1 hi a it ikuttifr by artuny- Iiia ut rftitIt ii al dliiliV 1iitt tthey were lIls Ii Itluii actli eil liy Tllm to Witrti hi UN IilIjlI m1tI Irt r tlcrjireil Hi scrvsiiils ye uro ut vi rUtltP tarJtf if rni service t Sttuit nijd 7u r v Im riitni to ij ivnderlu s j MbtuUj ifimi as i Saul of Tfiriis win tjif IatilltiOltlu ibId 5il TV it rtnl the Clmnh TIlt rill lc trw rvversHv IiI My does not hlbl rr ii fin the rmrtl hini r vn Iir who liuit lljs lijt in i LrJ d Hx itit nilFfi r fie iIlT icIer of nil rv1oaill uiailtI 1tWIIIIt rhlt1yIII oljft 1lIt1Ul them il iwc iritliaksI will ly in llir urtUHliitf Hilt IIut Armn tMldon hal IIttllIUK iiaat efu tiondfxiriM host rihc ivola will I1Iittttl ut 4la lctrin trifle nt the hnttlp Viinrchints Svclii frjhHIITMawTprri r at itimust any prltv fouijiurntlvcly small needier odI nitcl tiuIe rlll at henrt In innine lor Mi xinhs Kingdom Those Uill lUle tne Lords tune anal Walt pn tlwitly for hwy vill be of JoNI ounme knotvuu the outcome outlined more gnro jvonl Uf prophjfcy llItlll tlieyjmve done well to take its unto a lllit3Tll Jn nI link plmp until tIm Daly dnwnon Pvt4 IIThe masses vlll he restless of their restraints hut will be conscious ot their own weakness its compared to the kings nnd princes financial religious mid political wjilch will then holdI 3ay Resides the masses have no jympathy with anarchy They truly that the worst form of rlallZeI tneut Is better titan none The j will seek relief through the peaceful rcndJiiBtmeiit of earths affairs for the elimination of evil for i the placing of monopolies nnd utilities and the supplies of naturd hi the hands of the people for tire public good The crisis will be readied when the hither to upholders of IIisliall become vio Intern of the law and resister of the will pf the majority as expressed Jjy the ballot Fear for the future will lead the wellinonning masaaesto despcr atloii anti anarchy will result when Socialism tails fTho Clpuds Silver Lining t would be this outlook for the future did we uothave the Infalli bIn Word of God assuring us ata glorious outcome Divine Wisdom Ins withheld until our day the great knoW odea and skill v4xurli is nt the jsanie =time orcenms uuiiionturt junk nI lhourt thousand yetffs soiorH But that Would have Iteen Inn ftxtnfnr the 1 ine l v puriMwe tectuse Messiahs King orn Ijjto lie the great Tlionsund lrrGotthe time when tho gathering to Ar IlrcCileMgre power l beginning Ills relguHeve l 18 Gsrc Them Strong Delusions Fl tanl Tot prophetically of our tine rat It would be one of serious triil id toting to many professing to be dtlnus The reason for this tr he Rdlt received not the Truth In the ra it IL Thessnlonlans ir 10 y preferred their own errone ous iheurifH the Apostle explains ant tbtireiore Uod willgive tbcnTovcY 01strong delusion iliad let them believe the lIe which they preferred and let them suffer for missing the Truth which they did not love Thus they fightIngof love for the Truth Christiansough delusion respecting Uods Plan We have upHIci that Urn Church has been reigning on the earth as His representative On the strength of tills delusion Jew and lheretics have Ocee p rsecutedtoslea tli as opponents to Christs Kingdom All the while we thoughtlessly repealed the Lords prayer Thy Kingdom como Thy will tOne on oarth ns in Heaven AVe lcun that the Redeem said thoU lie would come ngiin io intake US Ills Bride anal jointheirs but we ignored the Kerlptrcs We were dttink as the Scripturbs symbolically tillCntlieU will constitute the frog spirit wlii h soonwill begin 1o croak aud to pruiKire fur AumirTOldon- Tho BI ic prescutntion is tint the world a section of he nulevse in rehelllptr against Divine authority un der till cjiptalny of Satan nuif his as sociated falluirnnVVfl By iVlvinc grace Jesus hats already tasted death for evcryujnn nod the merit of that sac rifice must eventually grant Ardoii air his posterity n full fair opportunity for the attainment everlasting life All who tiiusaeec the Divine program tihrt an walking In the light mpy kuaw somethlnjj nt least respcctlmr the times nfid seasons rhIne irctbt n Nire not in tliirknesa tint that diiy luaill thnt hiiitlo of ArmaReddonl should 1lf them tin a thief nn niro Arrvagcddpja Not Vet but Soon For forty year till Armageddon trees have been nyisterln for bo adre of till coiilllt Strikes Iti mill riots great uud small have iat tltolhclliotherNI pntlis Court and Army siiiinluls In Kurope lusurniuv Trust and tourlKciiudnls lit inerlen1 have shaken pub lie conlldeuco Dyunniltc plots charg ed thy turns on eniployecs till on em ployers hive further shkeii conH ilenco hud tended to nwke each dls trustful of the otir hitter and anjsry iuclln s on huth side urn more more icnuliost Tie lines of battle dally Miouilrijrt irme distinctly marked Nevertheless Ariiirpddon cannot yet oe fought Other matters Intervene i according to irohuiiinv tGentile times have still two years rout hue lmiiC of the lltnist ofour context niiist ltreho life power Thin linage uiiwt he tmasformcd rrom1 a mere mechanism to a living force Irutvstiuit Kedcmtloii realizes that Its or unlzntlon will be utile unless It receive vltoliKii ni unless its ehrg directly or indirc tly shall bo recog nized rts possessed lit apqstolc ordina tion and authority to tenth Tubs tb prophoy ImUcntes will conie from tb two hurnel lieist which we bulleve symboili nlly reprcsenta the Church a Knjrlaudf 111gbi b Tried activities 0 Pron utntlsm uul Catholicism openit Inc In ojiUunctioiLliirthuRUppresKion if human liberties await this vlvifyluc of ttie image 7 his may Soon but Armareddoii ranuot precede It but Eiust follow perhaps a year after it lecordlnu to our view of the Prophecy Still another thls Intervenes AI though the Jews ait gradually flowing f o1JUlIIIIIIHQJI1trl r thojmh reports ssiy that already nine teen millionaires an there nevcrllie loss prophecy ro lilres an evidently j Inrper numlier If vealthy Hebrews to e there before tilt Aniiasnuldiui crisis rea lieil IndittI we understand that In ohs tniiMe In the Holyl Laud wjll come it liar very close of Armageddon Thn ihesizahis King dwin win Ivgiu to lie manifested The4aaftrtla Isriiel Irthe land of prom Ise will gradually ili from tin asIa nt tjie pnst to tlie srutideur of prop pvy TlintiiKh Its untidy app ilnttil prinipw McuMlahs KlntnloBi nilpower fail luit lnvl lc will bctfln to roll nny he curse uuj to lift Up uianVlnd iro Falfier ol HIS Country was i Chapiion In His Day IiPrytthough It U inn tfound In any sporting elmiiiMo It wius made by tirHittsioti of Vfrulnhi and GeorgeJ riinniiii Unwd jyuipj of tvell t three liicbnH Exactly when mid where lfnsbingtotr made this jump N uot kn jeeiiis to iKvhlstorlcul Tlmckeray fefeM in It In T eVlr i Blnlans where lijlh of Tiinirh belwetii harry Lord March Uuxlen thCJIIUPlnIIIIIp with n Jump or tWUllt lti lies against his lordships eightcen risix Inches In his letter to Vir ginia larry snys lie knows there Will another In Virginia Colonel G Wash tugtonj whb could dear a foot more If Thacierays llguros lire ccirreff NVasiilngtc must tiara been a wonder 1UIttn3l ivrtitloo up to aud nr ft tin tjonal cbitmplunshlps Ieji too Ittj 4Father4sulkedfl nor did he have tIr path fOmabilI run nor rfi1 u plank takeoT thcv pro ements nov liar eariypITie ttyaBh tourtxlny would be n record rca cr Sft LbqiH UlobeDemoirat i Wilson will make the most ncceWlble president who hast ever occtiplcdfthe tVTilte4 House HP Is typically n Dciitftocrallc Inasa f ft Fnrtien have nwnkrnwl tto the fnnv rCof tIll called blessing of a protcc e tire tariff i r 111Jb- 1 ALCOHOL PER CEN- TgetbeIvpajujionA r1s asmflaliiifopjpngU oe1 PrornolC Ditn nCl1terni flcsSandRestContalnsnciIu- 9aI OpiuiuMorphlne iiarNiaa- LiOTNARCOTjI q iIrIllepfaQ rZ-o Ee1iatr a5O JVvzSta ji yornusOlWUltOllSrCVCflSt iiissantlLossoFSLEEIracIwor NEW ri Exact Copy of Wrapper r h Js IAll the to are to try the acts n yet and bad on the m tip the t and tIip the half of lto ttell off the CARDUl i for ten N C she says 1 was not to dpv my own was I had raridI was very II but did me no JI for 3 or4 and now Ji I YO l I nU over Draughonstfrom 25 to per cent In worl and vorry all cfi court write the they know It Is teaoh 1 f TM latest of science k Liver r s sick etc Try VF1 MSy Have Hevs in tha Air st1ManchesteryInge rn chlni lie iJrito a f rv rthe utbc of a fer the avl I A suit Hit set IE a pAtch of daRk gos ilxwl by fL iw lisa been six ip- u j I f 6y the Yard On in the Port on the raaica a doz a or pore they be seen rope liy tho yard It Is by tie and lie name from the last tthat It la sad put upin fPns lilce ropo yard to the oblL ur fMst Jt ia tha tvl e9s are this for each man aid Child and eggs aro tke able of J rUnele t t party sd Vex It woma 1 Ii i1 T CASTORIA For Infants I The Kind gnathre9k ForOeri Thirty CASTOR1A YoctTy BloOd Was Wrong women who suffer from aches ancj due ferihde ailments urged Cardui reliable scientific tonic remedy f9r women Cardui prbmiHIy gently without effects womanly system relievingtl building strength regulating system toning century thousands ladies haye Written quick Curativ- eresuItst1ieyobtainedfromfheuseofthisweflknownmedjcjn I VomansTonk Mrs Jane suffered from womanly trouble nearly years Ina letter from Whiteyille able housework My stomach weak andmy blood ivas wrong back ache weak trleo several dottors they iN good usedCardui months i1 neverDraiseCaydu CarduLtless1otpec1aZpsfractidns UI WANTa 1 Zioolckceepang iooKKeepers Shorthand reporters Practically SOffiI Sfeorthan DraugHon Colleges IKhyt Because lieMil pAJuwt VELVO Laxative Syrujj purely vegetable gentle constipation iLdteestloh MBousness headache feyerigHnets coBcflatulence thatcn ositrtd twostory cottane HmlimMla horns Jtor xampg QffUyln LtUgfitldn growing fisethei HnvoiTtim iAgft fought tluraugk cosiftlaJIrj- sad finally rohbie opstfOf Tobacco Saturday afternoons Antonio raarkat iBlaniof JaI negroes selling tobacco smoked twtlvefi derhm twisted Valuable Prodtss uat 1iirdttedln contjy l- IYI wdtean iPwltry mostjxalu products AmecUio PennyVlce ASuccess WGller brldgawhlit sUe Iridwd b4iTZtc4 and Children DuH vl AEways Bought Year pains nervsDuringthepast The Callehan JOB I1 IrICOIXEOENashville Physicians Advise undJgest1ood thetomach VL LYO tlts Ikrs LAXATIVE LIVER SYRUP FrtoiEN DESSERTS apt fextra fluallfy ls desired Baked s AVa Vrlllvbtf hl hlyappreclatcdGet tone or two quart brickof TaniUa1ceT croara and make a rfcrlBVne of threV or six egff whites and three or six tablespoonfuls of pondered sugar Cover a board with white paper lay pnjithln sponge cake and tjirn the Ice cream Ja the cake which should ex tend A hall inch beyond the creanu with the meringue and+spreaiT smoothly Place In the oven anti brown quickly ts a hot oven A cupful of crashed macaroons added to vanilla ice cream before It is froze T bard makes a delicious variety T Banana Ice CreamsRemove the skins and rub through a sieve four goodsized bananas add a cup of suga and one and a half tablespoonfuls of omen juice and a quart of cream thep f freeze Chocolate Ice Cre anirf MeltJouoand a half squares of bitter chocolate and I1uteiIta hot water to poureaU3 add to a quartiOf thin creamttien add isup qfsugar pinch of salt and ata bltispoonful of vanilla Freeze Strawberry Ice QrearnrCrush P qualt of rIpe berries and strain through a cMceso cloth add a cup aa4 thrgequarters ot stigar and a pimt pti creafe with a pincb ot salt and treeze lk Sherbet This Is a delldou tfrozen dish that Isrlca enough to sat teLehJuJcetof three Jemons a cunfcsd a baICjt of sugar and a quart ot Irood lki freeze the mixture may curdle wb J combined but it wilt freeze out aiiL b la emoothti velvet