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ifij i llS1i i Mr if C Doe hoe asiin ieacbiRtoThttrtdAy attending a 994 r d zeeting s s StrjS Tat m recently pur 1l 4 tea 4iliLl m from Jas Read t P Stt ad Mrs H K Onrtiin er f aBiTenildren were guests of ref r tiT0s at Maud Sunday Mtveralol the relatives and j fPktiir of Yates Bro journeyed t k toi tb 4fhonnat Maud Sun Aj HAVE IiJ ACHII 1 1 I W cWWNa1NtOft rrlasiiene were Retored M taWeMl took yaK Carr pwmd nod have a fine ababy =Mrs JoHkKlTCHELL MN- ttecarN Y 1T1 Tro0rfl lietfdne for eacjMcUat BMrthers 1 Yrs A w Muss Gorj donvilfo Me klgblyreceratend Ly JPlakksaas Vq table Coepmnd before cldbIftMtKidon araijalrfqrzeelire E KiDpBut R RI Con hobocken Pa- ItoolcLydiaEPink bami Vegetable Com pound to build up 817 system and have the dearest baby girl In th- eworldMrs Moon BLAXSIJCY CoaJport Pa rpralse the Corn pound whenever I have a chance It did so much for me before my little girl was born Mrs E W SANDEBS Rowles berg w Vs Il took your Corn pond before baby was bore and feel I owe my life to ltsMrsWINNn- Tum9 WUter Haven FterUa ii l dar where thejrwere delightful terUined V The recenf ralnykeather lira rowersot as they are now n p1ettptp strip and dispose of their fobs Most rtbe farmers our- t fts vjare abouttbroubbfat p hasisi j sold although e 16eTTeWthe greater amount is Yet to behold i NewtYear has began tnat we wiilhave a seasonabe and more prcS perouB year than Precede ing years and he es hoping tbfs wpil prove true lllir E0 Goatlev and family visited at the home of Mrs tin est Goatey of near tpwnBundbjf Mrs NoraMcIgtireofSpring fielliwwaa t gdeat of Mrs Pam r GbatTp Priaayand Sat nrdayV f Mr and Mrs Thos Virgini visited relatives near Springfield Saturday and Sunday We would itke to see a gpo6 newsy letter from all the tor respondents each week If you canDo Ret Jfyfj letter a few items will help and tft q editors will appreciate it Let US hear from aU opt corrosppndents and of thehappemdgs of oarcommnhat Pity ChIldren Cry FOR FLETCHERS CAST ORlAt it it w t t 4 t t a Public Sale TV PF p fork Mules Jersey Cowssi Gtirn v gjaYt Ctc V 7 Ba dSq my farm t will on tbe premises on the Ij3bauo6 iid18wingfield pike on i IfrshjS t O d JIdannaryJJJ1 91 U t ATONE OCLOCK P M 1 yoilftr for sate the fUoWlIg J ersonalproperty a IP well broken mules coming 4 years old r 8 Yell broken mulSi kcomingi 8 years p aL V 1 7yerold by pare l extra good not afraid olnauto a i if 8 year old bay mare J extra good not afraid of autos 12year old gelding 84 fired ackpey Jersey cows with calves t i year old cow good jnilker a 4T8be belerers ready to ealv extra gJcd t tV iAHianDing tools And Implements y TJCfiXprrAll puanndefIO crib Over that amount 1 a ffiiK 12 jponths Kbto with good securiyand jMMl VayableJn bank will be required 4 i Xi eeind place T V Marple will sell stock flkil1on 7 Jersey Cows 7 Jrsey yearling heifr- sf 1 yww iidaisle Im Joal 1 4yeur old saddle gelding irlgr Ue 1 Hyer old raddle gilding extra nice 1 2 v L lit 8 weanltng inule coifs I DatocJersey Bear ir TstraMJiMMto known oft day of sale 1 tt e P jjSLWi 1fl t un a Gt T W Siiiwi J CapLL Pw iaa 4- t a s 1 E945Of i II Z t l ll 1 = JtJ s lnofi Sjr 7 rounds of Tobacco EMs p osWeeka I I a SpringfiedFou 1 If tc ri 4ii THE SPRINGFIELD HOUS- EoS THE PLACE TO SELL thattwethe figures below show that we havesold it at some price The light in outhouse cannot be beat anywhere in lh j State JIhe prices belowara ps I 3w From selected baskets the tntre Average is what counts 1Corprofilstocrops below that the price is cod Took at the fine uverages And then give us a cbapce to serve you as w1I ave served tHese people EarJ Shewmaker 2s5 pounds atV 8 70 pounds at 10ic 145 pounds at 16c 2Q5 pounds atijv e 17 c 226 pounds at X8ic 305 pounds at 17ic 65 pounds at v 20 c 2pobllds 2 e R5fi pounds at 17c 800 pounds ab 17t 25 pounds at nc 285 pounds at t lh1t1c850pou satii 141c 255 pounds atoe 10c 55 pounds at 8 c 85 pounds at W 590 45 pounds at 480 f J S Sntton 115 pouqds at ilc j90 pounds at f 8 e 150 pounds atlOe 245 pounds at 13 c 150 pounds at14c 135 pounds at 14c 185 pounds at15c 140 pouuds at 14e 79 pounds at15c 310 pounds at 12 c 250poundsat13 c 75 poundsatli 1 c 45 pounds at lS1c 215 pounds at like 75 pounds at 10 c 185 pounds ot 6 c 240 pounds ati lUc 100 pounds at r 9c 865 pounds at 8 c Z P Leacbroan 20 Jponne 30 pounds at Hie 550 poundhttI0c685 p u drat l3c CI685poundt 955 popndsatr7je Pat Brady 50 pounds at 9c 45 pounds at 12 lOOpoands at 191e 75 pounds at1lc75 pounds at is c 95 pounds atI la C 195 pounds at Pi Arnold Lay 250 pounds at l c 260 pounds at 12ie llO pounds at 141c- g25 pounds at tic jSO Pound9a1r12ic 85PoundsatJdlc105 pounds at 18ta t It YOU Wit by men j Jd the United States say that DrAghOIJS NewS stent of Bogk eplng sgvos froth 25 to SOJper ceAthiwprk and worry c MMrAaaJ Practically alitJ Sr offi ck court reporters write the System of ShortbasI pMteeboa Colleges teach W yr known is the best 100 pounds at 15f170 pounds atd 9irl 320 pounds at I4o Keeling fc Wiggingtoo K0 pounds at J6ic 220 pounds at 60 pound at J 9 e pqunds at 5 e Kelly Moore 150 pounds 8 260 pounds at ltc75 pounds at12c 225 pound at eo I2ic 225 pounds at y 12c 240 pounds at I21c 845 pounds at r 8ic 30 pounds at 6 c Sam Mosley 2i5 pounds at 9 r 230 pounds atI5c285 pounds at IPc 45 pounds ati 2Hc 740 pounds atY15c550 pounds at 7 c Mrs IJie Parrott Carrieo 519 pounds at J3 500 pounds atIfc 160 poonds at xI50 Pounds at 20c 70 pounds at I9c 145 pounds at170380 pounds at I9t 420 pounds I7 c 415 pounds at Ii i 285 poende 9ta Hal don Simmaj 270 pounds at 72c HO pounds at Ufe 115 pounds at 121t 35 pound atsI7 e 50 pounds aV I5 c 100 pounds at 15re 90 pounds at Ole 20 pounds at 15c 40 pounds at 1TO pounds atcI8100 pounds at 12 e 100 pounds at i v t12fe 270 pounds at IOie 130 poun4sirJt I0 c 1aS Davis 10 pounds atdL 12 60 pounds at z 11 c 155 pounds at 9c 240 pcunsat 312 c ir 0 v 171e 00 pounds aC I6lc- qO poutida at IGc 20 pounds at 27e 85 pounds ivtf I9Jc 1 MS Cla brooks 40 pounds atrI8c125 POUtldS at h 14c 90 pounds St I5Jrj 235 pounds at M J2 c 260 poundsati6c45 pounds at I2ic 10 pounds at 7c L A BURNS Stalls Free Manager WANT aBe er JOB1tl tquestJoa be as eto j11tnqst daily business seeking your servicesJt ou nsiltytake the DraughonTrainingandsho ambition to rise Mote B J BkifldorsaDRAUGHQNSi Colleges than indorse all other bust ness colleges COMBINED 48 College in J8 States International reputation BulsepLttFBookkeepers allover theuY Beeaosftbey l6ic a c a atu laic nondaat Herae Study Thousands ot bankcosh slenographersareholding taking Draughon Home Study pricesonlossonsBYIIIAIL president Nashville Tenn Foifreecaf ogneoa CQprasA7COLLBGE wriib DRAIIGRORBPRACTICAL EIISINESSCOLLE- GBMuiWarMrYeKnTwricU KS wwgli R1l161l141ER1C1lR 1C7l1l1 1l1lT161l1l7 RRl1l1e16R14 L14 1l7l1tf1l1l1l1e1l 1l i i CALE1Lf 1 jf I L t l tAii = i f l30 Worn ens Coats in Bouolesi Astrachams and Fancies at J HALF PRICE r s Jo I 150 Pair Women Front Lace Shoes in Kid Tan and Patent Sizes 2Jw ttChoice for 150 20 Odd Coats 4ijmeHv from 5iOOt- V for 300 J Boys Suts AND OVERCOATSI manufacturers Prices WaUpPaper Mst Priceaee Curtains = 1= hfY = tH iK Special Prices on 9 xmiister Velvet a fl1apesurRugs also e J K smaller Rugs We showing a goodassortment these goodsan i j making lower prices than ev r K KYou cordially invited to inspect these prices fIl II T 1INGHMi DUNCAN UC JJt I rIJ N01I ICE 1- il j f 1 1 I I On and after January 1st 1915 we willsellonly for cash rantf ifr doing so we will be able to sell cheaper We want your patronage but experience has taught us that we cannot sell on long time as cheap as we tl I for cash We believe we save you money by selling strictly for cash This rule will not be broken and we ask our friends please not tox askus to break it It is uisless to tell you that book accounts ca for varg er profits nor der topayfrbadaccountsi x We have reduced pric of coat to 15c on car 16c e vel d80Jbt I to the bushel i Wesincerly thank the pubic for the patronage we have receivedand 1r 1 earnestly solicit your future patronage i 1 IB Di Lake Tobago CoFJ1iS T I Ii r l Sheriffs Sale For TaxesI By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and Washington county fo the years indicates below I or one o my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 25 1916 otter forsale at the Court House don r in Springfield Ky the property d scribed belayorro much as will satisfy the tax and costs Precinct No 4 8 acres of land listed in name of H M Satterly for the year 1914 tax an cost8588 Ore acre of land listed in the name of Robert Harden tax and cost forthe year 1914 8231 11 acres of land listed in the name of J H Pearson heirs for the year 19 14 tax and cost 414 Precinct No 7 Four acres of land listed in the name of Ben Key for the year 1914 tax and cost 640 tt R EDDLEMAN y C Has she been married long 1 t NelloneI of them lasted nellI- two years but the average I think bas been six months NOT SCARED BY SILLS It is said that women are brave- than x m believe it 1 Well I think more of them would take a chance at marriage THE USUAL WAY When the will contest wasc1o clded what division of tho ttoney iraa made among the heirs IWhat the lawyers left- COMPARItONLt t tMy favorite heroine has a flower face Thaf nothing Ify favorite kcr feu a cllryuntheraiua 7a 7x t WILL DEVELOP CHILD MIND Other Reasons for School Gardens 1Than Simple Idea oft Creating BeautyfIIt was Sam Jones who said he dlflnt tare much for theology and botany but that he bellwSd In religion and backein nature and God in the only right way Arid If the children ot Wash ington cab touch fiat principles bf means of school gardens they will knowledgedthat all the textbooks In the world could not Impart Already the teachers of the dlstrlol fchbols are prep wing to repeat experience of provlous years by theI ug the pupils cultivate Individual Jen plots 4n which win be grown tha- vegetables and other sass Indlgen flus to this region Little spaces will be wrested from back yards and the edges of the walks around tho home and converted Into squares and reel angles of utility and beauty Tht growth of the tender plants will merge with the development of the child mind A deeper Interest In the won derv of nature will be stimulated The of using engaged in something which furnishes Its own dally proof of usefulness will make the little ones feel that they are an essential part of the general scheme The lessons of life will find lodgment In manlfold ways rTtleol7 and practise go together and each is necessary to the other The Squeerslan system was not with utltaftn8 polqts albeit it empha the concrete at the expense of 1lledIdeal The school garden fur fishes both It has been the expertl once of teachers In the past that the dull pupil often finds in ouqh aa thesa the link that b tods his gnat tenUre mtndtohie books Xt last he Jiablto understand the reason why Calyx stamen pistil corolla aU mean lagleea words before become vital aai tslgnificant He finds that books toll boUt plants and In tho plants learnt 1wttft iS V fr sold 6 to ice J2 JA S nd t f for lless tha j 12 are of are cancan rY enDo 1sense pursuit i v ConnnlsslonersSab 7J7 ill t 11Of Valuable Residence Property in Willisfeurf trjlJ obedience to a decree of the Washington Circuit Court re6d red at thaOctober Term 1914 in the action pending in said court Jn which 1d YIn ie B Merrittis plaintiff against Sofie ila and others defendants 1 will about the hour of one t House door in Sprinfteld Ky on 1 Monday January 25M5 offer for sale at pnblic auction the house and lot situated on Main Street in WilHsburg Ky known as the H s Merritt property This property consists of a largelot conveniently located and front ing on Mcin Street and adjoining the Centtar Bank properity and has a large yard and gardeij The building on the lot isa M table dwelling containing five or six rooma and otbern E buildings On the whole the property Is very desirable anyone wishing to have a comfortable home in the comrorI r 11for city of WilHsburg 4 TERMS OF SALE j t f rt I f the property will be sold on a credit of bne and twoYrJ purchacer will be requircdto execute bonds for the pure awith good personal security bearing interest from the datee of 1 at tbe rate Of 6 percent ian having the force and eBJct ToeIIjudgment and retaining a lienan the property as furffier for vie paymentoft Vi the purchasepnce iI c FVBOSLEY IIL S W CC L lit L 1 J t ooneqr ua1pIFR l S0- qne JO ZQatuisati etp l IjIflIJ olglssod easy ltsw I2Iwjn tixe eu sqtt10tI19al1n11I8Jl Je s tlaati- 1nQrtaQ Ott paulellr polu5il lfIJtiJ019 W1II sunsea OltpnistflI 2iet Oi she M ae- 1as lUVs JuanWUJloU3tte g9- toltla JotflMoa atrije2a1IM i MI111l o3atn oPUIi tfl J i UlJVJU n ttP Z neq e eI- rl 1PIJ81 III s oMl wrwl z a U SAl lit cqnpkiat tk t be lreYee tall rneetli4ebuls j yif x fir l tj1J1 gr r OIWVIlkIL a1 w wI1w ys bst but uIji4i lteL M 1UWL Utea i utt 1 ut thi b bsy Koy- 1e Is s4uii4 U iOot ri- u a ot thp go B I wk duipt eiic7 o- ti 7iy n bu eMsa H d1 an I0YI t1 Lij tb sii ia aibtW audis ouTW itrAfgoiff t I 7td u crazy u1abuuIdtok1gfrs4 itL tOOt NuskI- SuL Jt osly tb4iMr- ujig4 Itr- ub11eft t1- idTI 014 t uat last bug khN wIioitty II hes a od uous to wipe R1tau- t ac tbroug Jtoptombwr jfe was glad tbte rfgs wfcwi he relaraed v L Li4y jI j Jw J YorkaiITnJ ie Iaintt one of tlae1liottt habitable s 4th of the Aairondackfl M bouMfuag bhIM1f down iIB1I i QV 1 IItuc ti kt Uieti c 8 to rnec Hiw cut hte Ur WW ITorkjtf abort puu1s I precus o t I f a1tt An iliiltliibi t f i LILbccba 41 aidv41butoue 4 t ttn a auotI81oUo of ao it hIV8 I i iw1bEIo t uit Iuiubb1y tar away 11teJftre jl cb biazttpiace1o1ei u1HW1 1 ienark R1 i ttb ascowA hl1igi ancl 4jtt1t net k11r tt I Juat c rj e 14 TJRIttsbuuuswa iui1ltb1 uaaemeaLiT t bnn- dlately Iacud4joA airior an- retcuhtook JMrr Jae r J euei vrfIThpyetugdy s4arttjfjfHti Toeked Jt trl I l Taaaiire 1tbu1M kIW Wp l4U with hw MM mtoopeddrer iha plcjioMh1ag The ue I4aRlltamb1ft itQirb 61 SSw t et y t It 1 e amf I t kIet ch bY t mwalJar aJ ifIu4 b rUitdr I 5t ty pt on Inqi 1Ier per I0 aMd Jr Wh trIga3 t itt flaMtnpj Dkyciti ir ut thfl ru4ZIeu 2t ajI I 5k the young Udys turn to looh I yci1caii tell ie the aineoTifIs w1eJ I Mat admitted KIHe house nM JhatitlM r en reMud and 1 SYu5 Mti tell that to shev4ZWkr a call up T1OO4 Inggest or SI 1Y at forced tJKatJt was L11 ThE yet ai oa eu at- I us4Pgc idtk b1 to tac1- bu t1 aittridit Iaubu Ill iWi M5e 17 4 hi wmdUsebaEItoourciaa usleWr r b- Mnk ubn4 f nt1own7 of1peDdWiI t Lean t enticing i 00 was Ii1 the Adlrot until thtt Morning d o y flr t 1t1 etYr n OV- Erofowhere srlfGti ur otni was h6 living last rIt1 Qckuh6 exciat- medEbeth4Ift itSouse And then a light came ib flat tffjLdpnt mean to aay thal you ore 3PfSfiFrwIdy has told me aboijvyira and ot wputyqllet pittpn Ydcot cic t fft o te wit8r W reC iOI lOP i telet Jlncl The revolver beslt1e ahctae lowered Then ejuItcase g repa =tnII Half an hour Tatert efWbi Beatfeo opposite sack other IpB sI1A corner fafftiur nt4lol iegf frOrn ft ieAI WnSJPhUjftqSalHiIj fcahad progressed as far towar- d1tric4hIpa k 5posIbIea1Tozig t 4iifpihalf11Ck n tpnv1tve beethe ttreftJ1W1ei1Voi you orglve m rrord tt4t AdaspieadtrtiLt r o swer tthe girl T IldoW- r frim fI didnJt pay she was a snob TiIIss Lt i athed by w iehrh dft1t IuQiJ fdf1 oItJIJtb QVTa- m s ire she IptShyo5WeiudOa uid4d r BqcauseaHow maetmj9dJtittenhonce7and ihtiltanttoiht came AVCR him Hdre- be j clttIngs- orjoe iWaYWIth 1ssRtta i ilke an pbdfr3end ihiIi pqp- rrbay w o1o rhe lbfl fstra twnr was eating but hiS heart in the Jtflf rondacka all ignorant of the situs tjonII think I had better send aIrto Freddy tell jng hlm you are her- ehaaaiiafter tuningslde the que itI irac4ill4aspliovta folalk k added4hQ baa told tu ell apobL1 to J IYes Inquired the girls a little coldly And he will be so glad to knobb tJalttiJJta youhaventkhregctidthfn frd ItIStbIcJjmgejou ground That I havnt anarried the earl she nakeddYeg Forive me bntbethg1reth- dys Wend I was naturally Interested reddtIs the best fellow In the lfworli MIllS Sehon andfl hope you 1Vlad Holmes answered the girl colorljj1 I dont see why you should mdlte such insinuations asi thaC I catIhelp it It he is eating his heart duefor me as I think you phrased it tj t gijer Rltjephou8e was tjun JfisK qfeNonglashesIunU14 1 511I cliisoftlt1 LNtl Rittithh AAIo1lftig that berhprt sniQt her Theu ho tibber4tood r IY r iiaBtli EIcried youve hit It at last sheSn p 1Wred J And I bncw who you w jo- mornentpoup mgnUoned Pzedd3siljame ffo ve cdh leRthe t W llLunUl taornlng And youcnn- gtoine1fotr Wriurnlnff ion uotrLJia jarfaient yoU seeJt didtfit knowI jftar itttye mother 1wItH l i niotlier8trqp1Y41 1ds1e 1i tl oiedthebla JCI e upto toit bus j had A lletter from iUt- Annoiiclng heipggement t s1c- Iflfltenhouf1aD F1eddy iNo1mmrem tiat mOther Is nt aged tQ nrrythoearIa brotlir- eicaikfnginQtq Jet lreddy3nws- 1Lbded hI3 Ih tha IU exusQ for Ritteniiduso- v3V sbiake httfat coinpnUrihtuid entJiiiBlastiany t Apie leIdtaitle lngethn strictbtn eisa q1lIptI lI1riIa1J 1t P ll T Nli1 rrc Returned Fjcomondlon Mpta1pIwiy t PpudIIe Sh ruliii1It1a I w J I Ae ch t tnnr ih cexc1aqt- ednhd bodFuktmXubied zion 4LondonSopotlflcl pcrhapsiliut why rest tu1tjole was aske d Jf You1ttstg over fo London and Blt through a performance in one of ther theaters and seetfor y urselt- flhie replied Lord eerbaa fog confounded natloiaTan iemet t eVelnlghLdt begshi1owith any enthusiasm Hrtd y6jL re- igioucly family tlurUIfYfoICfii itit J1iit e like the King then hen the Russian anthem and finally the Bel glan Andatjeveryth a terthe i- ssoroutinje PeronalIy I gil MarsIl1spbwI4thojRusiagftat1ial rwere magnificent tnie But artaa- week ot standing up four times a night while they are mournfully blared ijwtron London theater orchestras you would begin tbaVeahanTm6siryXbr the finest tauslc in tim worM J WhtakIl-o V tv ftslsten Is tSeiaemJn ot the- ibttt t J1BerCItVQlwhales tht fr31ithat1 permitubrE3TlTunHnjc purpoBB tttthenumber pt waleeapturdt Is not restricted in hi J f The Jnpanesogrea y prerer chaTh steak to beefsteak the best cuts of the former selling there fqr 12 cents pound It Is said to be jvey mnch iIhave on efsq hJ1 gbrI i1= fiJ 1i4debsloiia uli- brtn w k5 u i i ltJG fXEY rm kp IIi t r4LtIIutcheiMkesI Rfval Ys Unfalj Iff Selllrio foVyf With Legs Cut Off J iq 1 Ol t uj Lttlcaf 1ha other night Congressman Robert I a l1pfif Tpksjedho a young SiSJntSoffSuwieV 1shoptuykey5 51 p1be01tree 1naitaff i 2icent a p J1dwhe laC the yoxfnistle lies t tet 7Isnterm23 cents WJt1Ja the jfefetpn If supposq was th s quiet I sbouf p 1 Kf bufefe f 7f6r4h sittinBlyretufaied the tomer I think the feet Were ctt onY That19ju6twiiaf hbuljvathe onllde ld c1 as be began to wraiT up the hnhdEebV4 t3rqy rnadi alsell feet ant al1PhLbac1phIa Tl iP 1 Dt f ta J tlelgJie PI T A11trI UIfor lY rlsnm sorry to say l ndIJt1 ead r okrtiia nonlng 1aiabILi 4 J askedbim It he cvout leiu m lriConsolation fnnlbredooking u they u1 man zngl2Lalbo1J 1ptrodactybnowadayaMy of them fl Pa pet aJol Laid In a Supply hawedd ChU niH s much bettef han what weve been having Mrs NeweddlliTe3vdear 1 got it trom arnewman He guaranteedjthai ljenoughb tt n e itJiSCriDtt x JWhen Money Falls And canI have the captains cabin demanded he very rlchgentlfe in exactlyi rctl1eclNot tie bJo clerk I can give ypua chicken4popp tor a nice placelnibe cpal Jjunk9rs An4ttheotherpnsaengera smiled f ti i Wr yVrb1traryPpbceedIhB Pavbatdoe lUmeaii to be to the colprji lJdI autocratic countries Er1In mefins much ther same thlnj as ypr mother telling youi tojdo8oejtbng relitenlnjtto TH 1svhy j j1CUtfghwih Ob 11 Willie WellJc dad says thats tho t1togitlqng wid yotisw A MIsunderstandingS will you give meour name please jasked the youwg lady hi was making a list nof those present Excuso e said betweel g fbi3joe I x nth Thata flFrecoL- so u HjJi1jstaker4hnchavopld like to I soy plo lvJj c ac1ngjip iii value i greathape- wl youoj4iat ouri ow assessoJud 1 A Plot Fathomed k out jciretentathe hasnt bed time to leave WSaTnngtori aiia ttlnghr- wlttt us voteraJ Bald the smooth can palgner r vH WJf MPJid F4ier CbnitofseJ j jpryjtrieshang aoun- einnako unPou1a1 1i J a3adama ieptp3flgb phj r otJi oarAof ccxdplxieiv 1- 1tj1sit ocoofcA jiumber of Bjenjitpresses want to ask Kaf0 53l sigAJab3t fier owrir Kansa City Journal WI said le toti in was raing bear down the tre If onII run ou Noth1it 4 answered WiIlI 4idjrathi r stay hero an ua monkej Jut ol yoo 1 ERURALttrij 1 iMWj1jHiHI StHEFARMERSTHE NATIONS MORALITY t ti3h5i Cooeratlon of Church School and- pess Essential So C trimunJD 1- JI Ngw IIBy Peter Radford 3 fl 11 IIturer National FactAers Union Tchurch the press and tIe school ii triple al1tan tot giesthatt- hqiW iestiny of very communm j ty1atokiliat io li Ither 1dde ana girojeh them life may attalnl a great stticssin pow 5aW nivdgeP greaUyrfidif haltWel t ha5 those engaged In these high calgngs orLthei7ab1e and eJHclent 3ere and Lsbatloffertto theresa ocoperjIoaettteen44ie4 sndth fInerIfii1teiiope olnc- Fehtng theefficiency of all by mvtz tuuundQrstanding and organizeef fbrhnrch UJQIN fiiAA Thej 7armirrAre Great Church Buljd i rti a jI fchurcheTheevetcknown He Is thecusodiap of The natlona morality upon bitt shouldera ret the arK of the cdvenarftv and be is mbr fresponsive to religious In i cItyIzonli1pThe farmers of this nation have built 120000 churches atacostot itrltiittInstitutions approximates 200000000 per Jinhum The farmers of the Vat rl4ayTheroJ1remupfcahtBjonthe farm nd54 per cent of the total membership of JJchurchfiB reside in the countryaTThe farmJIs th pdwerhidse of aR progress rid the birtbphice of all thati Is cable The Gardfen of Eden was in the country andthemanwho would i81toJ It ITheI lithe TurjiLChurchea tpjdajj zrq BOt gedemandsbetween th religious social and eco comic llrfe of tliecotnmtinltypThe dhurcHto attain its fullest meas nre of success must enrich the UvesI of the JJeop16 Id vfhe coni unIty it serves it must build character develv op thought and increase tbeefilclency of human life It must serve the soIclal business and intellectual as well as the spiritual and moral side of life If HSlTgion does not make a man more capable more useful and more just whatgood Is ftt We want a practical cellgJononcC ve can five by and tarm by as well as die oyjjFewer and Better Churches 1tyWhlcbWhile competition fs the lite of ado Jt Is death to the rural church and communityIsectarianism a acpurge blights the life and tIe church preju Mice sapa tha yltaUtyi of ianycomzVmunltles An overchurched commnn Ity iaa crime against religion a fieri Sons hjiridlcapto society undp useless tax upon agriculture denominations are essential fWhile rdh pride commendable the r tTruinn itBTOiBsioh to agriculture ij We frequently have three or four f churchea1pa community which ia not lablfv adequately support One Small congregations attend services once a er9Icommunity j The dCvislgn pf religious tOtS Jind the breaking into fragments of moral effortQ is oJtHimes lItHo less than a f ca awHyand defeats the vetr purpose they leek to pronfot i1 The ertls JMop many churches can jtfce mlnlmle4 by perat oLT1e sociallQnd economic Ire gta rural community are respWtive Units innnot bo successfully divided by andI nomlnatlonal lines and the 1byj j The efficient country church will dennltelysetve its txraimunlty by lead 1I 11buildingcooperative endeavors for the gen era welfare of the community and in arousing auoal love for country life and loyalty to the country home and 7lhefle reBults can only be successfully Bccxnplishedwby the united effort of the p ess the school the church and rganlzed fa e 4 rtlr a C tihFaa all a new dJ er she tIUo t It waif by mere arguerltolaytbeCIlmeijnown the I tlLtbe wpmaii mln nc IIbl WOWdWide e screen IJt G lrLAn lerson ln Essanay jLdramas It is said tells fortunes bj Icacups = j hJb n knop eoiid a hourover b oka IYrltt JbtH JZe best aub9r8 Her art1rJtlc bugi- iow r Isaddlaat Nllef is lirifetl with them It- she loves tennis arid he fishing Tbdii hUtiPf l lLj these things havetibeenr temporarily lalil aside toseeknew pleas res In the visions peering at her so she says from amid the tei t jjvls 11 11 l 4 ItUmtlmnn jotintialiet WltinJ 1J1ciltftr4 fJrzW Y8 fEYrt eit1iing hcrdia very pitiY W- jj fhi prtc i11h i Jot ajtt fat ipk itrlrfwl r prjnc4of Vied mnafJI M htaVil rWthatherti 1set ikpotrjS tho pa1aceibutfI1o iok oJJ I J 1 J LINJII DIFFICULT CI discipLe afraid that i4whattious man reproved J f Mel t rWelj und at length for neg bciiaf trr l d1iidP4 rif r ft yE4AjtWh HtKH k fk qWll luau Ie liv s e JeM If tbC4rvnY 4At qetIn oasJitIundhy br4kcaactetWItk atknibl Skot4pisco pomyosity He came one Frull fuiued the scholars upon thfir lea MM ita iTtlt Old bt very auestlPQ s aMlftoBayvXhBsft You Mat DOw tliau AudJiifr bat sixth m eJtt No one answered The epscop0- mulyIt7nlanipQ turned to the teahe1- thrmvictua Lh9rwlth r oonderout1 A bat l Wi14 commanc- menl did Cainbreakf What ceajmand etjvM It that he broavhei J liLcj7 Cnt a4oOeijmer- Oae scholar bekenltheacler U her The te ck clteUaed to the WkIa eteuedjWhat does tile ckfM jwy demand tthdotja Ifjfetf Child fepwi thq Aqjo U4tilmjl9uestlonlet JIle hrILm Thchh1sbansirerehi teacherriiot without some trepidation rAA there yrtnmt any command a1ibs1be1 k11fed AbeVNe iT Vl JruqJ r rtJ OdnnJrVfHtI t JlU QlH better than dubious fresh fruit but orno fresh fruit Js edsehtiat Ea rezhgreen vegetables whenever you an get them Thoroughly wash all raw fruits Eat some of the blilky yegetables of low food value like car rO ii ht l1les Igsband cabbage to prevent overnburtsn- tjperit Eatlow1yidadjaste ypur food well and JtwlTrslide dpwp andfglve mora quicklyN8Yhauated3rat He down evenIt only ror a few mInuteabefore dining 1Ba ley water Is ate and cooling jdrlnk and la nuiritioua1 as Ttell Put iItqa pitcher one large tablespoonfulj pff wellwashed pearl barley pour over lit twb quarts tf boiling water coyer 1tthsugarJapdaHttle nutmeg iifiedfttiq Juice of It1iJtf jMarksThIatlewaitc y Vicepresident Klarsifall ran across 3 30page Tiandwrltteh letter from a crank In thc officialrnail one morn pagezotiho n waderIaictlt un top of the pile of letters cn his private desk Vicepresident Marshall came in with a cheery greeting and passed lno hIsDniIate office There Was sf lience of almost minute then the buzzer sounded Mark he1 ax claimed as the secretary appeared when I keep a dog do you suppose Pm JEoIng fo 4 niown barVlng CL1At WINDSHIELD A lnctorliying in a tairij cliniafe whoee calls Jopk him out o fen in wett weaTher midertook tha problem 6jf jnaintailnrig c1atv1iJront1irougqth fnadshieid of his automobile regard lless1 of rain and he succeeded 5ri makifjg a prescriptioi that would 0 the work oneIounces ine and one dram of salt This ia ppured on a piece of gauze and then beingItreafrnptlisi big tothe glade J Saturday Evening Poet j Y HY THEY FOUGHT TheTmdn frdrrf the bUnminouaj voal regiorf had jjust walloped Im gnnmd with the man who Kad jitt temp ted tov take libertieS With him Then standing over the allen ayia ayiIvanquished Assailant he said ItJL eiL fojiyou tor unferstantj the phrasing of things Ppr instance j on yonrnustnt verconlu a sotti 4wli FAldREb MUSIC INWRFAJRE c 4 Brei Sbldle1f the Past Maintainld iiAbsoluta IttalTheVar between Russia and Japan was regarded by man juxpects jh things mlUtltQal having eealedthe fate of tie martial drum The Japan ese armies moved fronf first to last silently save for the occaslbnal bjast of a bugle The drum was consplcU ously absept Befprp that war lt had EuropeanIarmies but no great ar had been ought without n qft1sbal de Saxe that great general qt U eighteenth century that the measured sound made by the drumwand the fife was indispensable to make men march well The drum the Cprslcan lsre ported fo hfiyo said Instates the cai 06tJt rfs the best muslcallnstrument in the world for i never eW put ptt tuneAndtha little corporal woks for of pointing out the passages la tteMoorttei miisja it 1Varqulte imposslbld fpr troops to makt successful charges Wanting music he said men would income up Tagged and open against the enemy fSMusical autnoritles s bern Agreted that when usedltf a proper way Uie rum Is thoroughly musical The cop qltehI ber of drummers performing slmul ftimecHWly pu jsf djpors produce good music In this conneptlon Berlioz tihe compoSer iitflatedT dut that a sound that fo initp1flcaat when ito rj sinLysieckse ifl 11ngt o ti itMkeU at houldwarmg or the thud M rW fcutt RaW ttf the round at rr Jt 1 l rn DEVaiEiLYBILL11 1rr FORESTEJII j f r t Where are the matches t Nan stumbled over a taboret and 9 l reon tlopIForevermOTor where came longI a flood It was afjer tweLve and they both rest moo titan anything aftdr trip down fromlhe mountains IIt was che rI1nthecozybedroom- lIe ujtalrs The jrpoms connected itli each other and Nan rambled ut her brown hair in two long Jiniids and a kimono wrapped about lien Tupfced Into a corner was a pho rograph that seemed jHgeVentfrom the jrestT It waS such ndld manly young face that smtniuVgUt atone from t Nail turned Itr veV and read on ihe back Jn a 6craw1ihg boyish writ iig be t dlyiHri Y 1 Over at the JUtte whHet dressing It able Eleanor sat brushing her hair gomenbwrio fane ArouldiejjBr nave con whaIIgnedBill Eleanor turned around her fair hair falling loosely over her shoulders her eyes filling with ears OhNell 1 dldnt mean tp stir tip anythngSi Oh Its all rIght You didnt strike tookeddQwuat CorneUJeVer dared to love me JtBless his old brave hearth inter zupt d Nan fervently leaning forward ther chin oh her hands D6esnt he even write to your iWepromiseda year WhatZthat 1 v Both girls rose to their feet with startled eyes Jt Somebody fell overthe taboret nthe bll Na whispered b r darkS yesWJlJ with dl adfr6u turned off lights t Eleanor thought quckly The house j careItakej suppi room and locked bp tb doors leading into the hall then went n o i Did you heaT that Nan whispered her fade prese0 ngllh ssthe 0901ihi listening Somebody Whistled l 11Naniiwithone arm around her soothing her even while her own heart throbbed heavily t Come on now called A deep voice Open up You know you cant get out of there And you cannot get in returned Eleanorl clearly If wlllrflreIbreak Inthe dOors I Sure tIs8 wopiansvotcethe heard some one say ShaR1 break 1Af t panel N lJopOD the door please I ItWUosJust the watchman nsaw the JIghts and thqught burglars were in be p1ealicEJeanQr Tall and eery lovely she looked Jn her long plus crepe kimono her facepabe and determined her hair in iwo long braids over her shoulders like some oldtime Saxon prliicess Out in the hallway tood Bill the original of the picture and the old watchmanSNeUhe crled I had no Idea It was youln Wsre IVBtiad a zoom across the street all summer just to theiand WI nustled over to get the buri gln prrySufllyah down the ereNabhadchair with its back towar4 the two at ulirnhands agaalrtshutters all summer waiting for you to come baCk twont Wnit a year Nell Look at mo Arent you glad to see me IDont you kn0w Billie boy Listen dear DontIet them fake you aWay front mo again Ita Prpvl Ivebeenno Nell nt be dover early for you woll be married befpre anything Ij1and happen i was gone before she could even protest Prom the wllldw chair came a contented chuckle and a brief re nfrk SB T Devotedly JBill1 t Copyright by the McClure Newip per Syndicate Similar Motion CJ 1 Inkblotz Heimnandhaw has been i oit1SmudgelyNo links He wan on Sol Sodbu tert farm I thought Sol objected to trespassI lug He Idoes IciaI with a icythe t fot International SoCiety Being Formed With a View to Perpetuation of t 1Thls Valuable Br ed tTbe Arab horse a race winch has been allimportant the development- of the moat valuable cqqlne breeds of the present day Is said to be de terloratirig in quality and diminish Ing in numbers in its original home owing to the changing habits of the Bedouins and increasing cxporiation As a jtep toward preserving this famous breed there hi being formed in sodefyrbeJ1rstofltart a studbook one palft ot which wlii Include only purebred horses of desert origin while the other will be open to fill socalled Eastern hornf that Js horses bred In the near East hut having an Infusion of llbloott Purebred Arittaris are now fpaai only among the different Befoul tribes ot the Arabian f SyrUn1i desserts tin Mesdpdto d the eJiO In LkISftt which will all of eortuU l Sr ItAIwaftHeIpesays MrvSyIyaWWoodst clifton Ky4Sj writing of hit expeclenee Yitttc CadSq1IdIS mata useCardulthought UH pain woula kill me II wahav4ya4i r 4 10 do QYIP my housework After taking three botlTcs of Cardul I ted soongainedJnYFusewodasI 1 Irish eveqr swfcring woniaiii would give 1 J CIRDIThe r ta trial stilt use Cvdul wife ftI feert Ut1iIiIand it always does me good Headache backache side cht nervfut JjWornoutfeelfogs etc are s re ifnroCloiiu ly trouble Signs that you need arduit womans i ffort women for more than Jfcfty years c iGetaJ30tfleT I 4 s z iWorthT1init Cdi j r Yi Lots of faiieiideclar tneir L4Ic34Ji telcpnoneSi4ti f s worth more than It costs fj W Harrsknown farmer living near Ghb cdlo pjlA1a writes rZ f1 ryiI thours titer My itlcpbo ic wit cOt wl p1U1fellmulwelcouJdt f automobileS r We would DOt be without ourtspboskr ii5h1 costs sd jpcIit tal j you rendere i AiOur free booklet tells oyol I t 1 phone service on your farm ait sma11costt Lforlt today A postal will do ti a t 1 J fOttFARMERS LINE DKPARTMENT ar ip CumberlandI TelephoneI iW iri4 u tOI1f and TeIeR h Gi IHCOJIOMTEb 6 f IOUV44 KEHT gSl fflr2 5 a 1i DIVOJ4tgiFrom Ly ia aca fvrsaJdeMd rM 4IPrMaqeuwrSieAfLn tw u J Jrl tef r1fg 1r I ivA1wa dl1ch hM In fesejor over dp year Mk Nm the s1gnatuei of tnct bS41eenEIidie rtoaiti sperviiogz aln f Allowo ot to hle j All Counterfeits Imitation and custaaguodaro butExperiments that trine with sd nf6g thobealtltaat- Infants and eb5II4reExenoe against ExperIaen What 1i CASTCRIACasirn Is 1 lumRlesll itbtltue led W jit acRnl snnc j Its ago lit its guarAntee s e4H wsia DlersbeLa4Colici anti riatulcncj It sMlRJI UWii flM oorn5hLStomach anti BowclsV icitiild i fr Rnlfr 1 i4iSThe CaiieasPiiwHiw J la1J i7tGENUINL5CASTORIA AL jt ite ta t of ir rJ Be Bouglln 1 iiif tmrnimm inamfi nIW OrV 1S aL 33 n lp R CBKQWN j i ifILauwtwxT 4iIIrIt YIn latrine Wind Mi Ofowcr Wk agpecialty T Bottom T on PATRONAGE Tekpfcooi 155R FmiNGFIILD YI JC MUD1 Ili Sti MII Nlaoall Tgl p1 S- HiyEog Dig StOre f F TRH- SlYDENflST 01k over BstTtloMc Barber rBd worc treasonable prices wk gnrsnleed R J HAMILTON SPRINFxLK Main Croat StreetPhone 201 u 7O1o89OL ouri1Oto3OPX h 1 i IRMWHYATTF Stfte am IJ cWF GRIGBY H MTOftNEY AT LAW FL pi Jeopte knk nHIFmLD KYB and Shade Trees Shrnbs lfa VIneS Rhubarb Aspara PioBiat Phlox Rosesetc- f1Jf1Iig ftr rcharii iaD a t MM Garikii i KttlOifr No Agents 2 li IF BilleBwejcr i SSons ed I Lexington Ky j TTurserymen since 1841 SPCGIAL TO WOMENC HM lM t e omkf log and Ijit U ut1epUc IsI r jj- A jpI1 AV rtia Powder to Jwti ra3aeded- sIaiaIatkeptIc for douches Ii IriaMic c Urrb inflammation ornl IhinHom oC ftOH throat and that = 4f lf klmllfilltaaanoeguaL IMI Ttftw the LydIa E PInkham Conrcnded PaxUno t iMfPflTftte correspondence with l ii4ttf wUch proves its superiority sayAPbs1tht RHEUMATIC SUFFERERS wN QUZOK RELIEF Pain leaves almost as if by nugic when D begiansingj 5 prthefaniouso1d a reiaeJf for Rheumap tIsmL1II bagoGout Sciatica Neuralgia and kindred troubles It goes right to thehIpQt stops the a dpains and paeswlife worth living Get botUe ot Drops today A booklet withilI Ahbottfe gives full 1DoGN5Dr0PLII Dont it S l sept anything else in lilac of it Amy ibrvc U yon live too tar Do1Jar to J19lIrS OiO Cure Co Newarko CI5 ii l iii tS- = WASWGTN ZTtsZ I TOWNS r iAiWMMiftWtltiHH Httcal Happenings Th Freshest and I AIIAlUutYoureirFrI f anil Acquaintances J nnnjIIhave for sale SO tons of fine timothy hay Jnmes E Hagar Telephone 137 For Sa1Iure Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels PL Ballard There will be ho preaching at Pea6antGrove church January 17 owigto the Pasiors absence Sunday Scbojl will be held as usual Mrs Sam Tucker R RIbasf- qr salepure bred M B Toms 400 each hens 300 each Warwick strain Also a few S C R I Red at 50cts each The Motions and grounds for a neVtrial in the case of Beite Lewis against Jane Hauby was argued ipthe Police Court lasj Friday aadsustaned The next trial will beon the first Monday in FebruaryS The first examination for Common School l Diplomas will be held in Springfield Ky the last Friday and Saturday in January ELLA D ISHAIKKCY Co Spchools BefOceLccoeds hetlibrings the op ri8 si tobacco that was grown fro toy Pare White Burley seed has topped the market almost every time H has been sold this year Remember all of my seed was gr d with Tobpccp sgp gruuerr VI cost mbout ten cents per acre youwanti with your crop coma in and get a package PriceI 00 B D LAKE The rrevival commenced Son day Jan 3rd by Rev C RJ Crowe astor of the Methodist church with good interest he meeting is now in its second- eekand will continue over next unday Rev T L M who has been CrandellI got sick and could not preach last Sunday he is vow well and will preach each after at 230 and 715 at nisht He will preach Sunday at Il apd 715 Rev Crandel is a cleiar t gospel preacher and his sermons FIIPrather is a good song leider the singing is interesting The ator Rev Crowe preached last Sunday to a large audience r It the desire that all have an in in these services and be profiled bi7 themI Miss Lawscn the popular school teacher of the Hardesty strict for the past session had somewhat distre siD ex- 3rieflCEOne day last week in Springfield She had just drawn 85 of her school money and ad the cash in a small purse i b she carried in her muff After making some purchases n local stores she missed hqr ASfarchwa In ituted by friends and the It cat officers finally a small child was seen playing with the money evidently not knowing anything f its value and it was ascertain ed that in conitgoutuneoftbeI r 4 pf tae 4 kSOURCES ni Dtceounts 827368969 Oyenbufti secured S unsecured 1385146 385145 U MBeals to secure circulation 5000000 tia to oiYedsal Mnk 6000oo aent 100000 A1llWeka iaclading premium on same 100000 Baklp r and fixtures 8182500 522500 Duels raT Reerve Bank 295448 t4 OTd Rel rveAgents tS112771O nfpi MMrye agents pi 1rzSeW 1654975 1782686 Dise becssedbikers than 3768 2181SL OMidwtik i 15 tHlacity or thwpas iMMrtfec bok L a sos JliDkir lOOOQO- L wf l ssj ret JtoS 665520 5t 440500 1096020 w 4 U tT asurerjnot I t on C1rcuJtJon 2 OO h J8QOt I r- r Inter Lftttsi cockerels cketbook TOPICS lDnaanlUUUl vw N pocketIbqokfrom i childIAcquiredjj covered and ftbeyouu lady went on tier way rejoi in- Twoyoungiat1iesotl the town had a remarkable experience a visitlingoutinthe their return they found in the backof their buggy a large rooster hnd one egg They were totally unable to account or the presence of the bird or tbe gf It is inUmated that a prosecution will be instituted for th3 tbeft of the rooster odly Business Changes Mr S H Bishop who has been conducting a grocery for several years in the building on Main Cross Street has sold Ms stock of goods to Mr Geo Com- stock and Son Mr Bishop has been ihe proprietor of the store for severol years dby his closes ution to business has quit a Jot of goods and has made the an excellent stand for business and we predic suc his6cwoA gJberiChan e istjat of Mr S B Thompson who wiit open a grocery store in the building recently vacated by Wathen and Blandford Mr Thompson iis a welt known man of the county having proprietor of Hotels Y1earsIHehim fair and obliging Elect Officers Election of Directors in the heldIJ O Polin B B Edelen B M Grundy Henry Keene S pt Tnompsod and T S Mayes only new man was S P Thompson Election of Directors Jn the wasalsQIheld of Directors are J H McClure President J S Yafakey John F Simms Byron Croak T E Ballard J R Darham Mf Mackin W A Clements rhImln Marriages license was issued this W eli to Mr Sam Kidwell Miss Mary C Mudd The groom is a son of Mr and Mrs W D Kidwell while his bride is a daughter of Mr and Ray Mudd Both are prominent young people of the ccuty- KelIyMattingly i Mr Henry Mattingly and Mus Lillie Kelly will be married at FrfidericktowE Monday by Rev Father Piet rs The grom is a jon of Mr and Manuel Mattingly and the bride is dughierof Mr and Mrs aI Kelly Mr Maitinslv is an in Report the Oondition of the 7 First National BankL fit Springfield in the State of Kentucky at the Close of bUQifess Deoernber 81j1 914 SNo 767 50COOOO Sibci4 stock ReserveSLe unpaid 34000S Du SRe41cve citleE etti other above iWrtibiialciirmicy 21816 1tTOrt ukSsesciieti sold store been The Board MuddKidwell and Mrs Mrs lilABILITIES Sjj 5000000Surplusi j 6000000Undividediw Less current Expenses interest and- taxes paid JL 216125 Circulation notesJ 50000 00 Less amount on hand and in Treasury for OODue648062DemandIndividual deposits subject to 149249i7Certificates less than 30 days 2143166 Deposits with notice of less than 30 days 17068143 Time deposits Certificates of deposits due on Sorafter 3days 2I98021 2198021Billsrepresenting 2601506 Total a37p318601 rSs I C Me wy C theda e rj9fPOLINHM GRUNDY I S P THOMPSON Direetor1t ISI I j 1jI a d I IRangesI 1 IOFALLIK 1 1WeI Guarantee Satisfaction a pleasure to show you our 1 We handle but the orje line it is O 11 lILdustrious farmer and tire bride is a general fav9rite with all who know berSShould Pay Their Taxes In looking over Washington Countys list of Delinquent tax payers one is impressed with thf fact that a large number of names thereon are young men who while having nothing In sight are amply able to pay their taxes for the poor unforfc unae who cannot pay everyone has sympathy and he is ex cusdble but for the young stout buck who will not pay it is not only a mark of delinquency as to taxes but as to everything else and it shows a want on lack of pride A young man starting in life who otherwise stands high with his fellows smokes good cigars always dresses neatly and moves in the elite of society feels no shame at having his iume published asa delinquent The list is yet in the Sheriffs hands and will not be published for a few weeks yet and it is earuestly sto be hoped that these young men who know that they have not yet paid their taxes a d on whom we rely for future citizenship will yet save their redit and honor by goingi to the Sheriff and paying upand that young lady will not always be conscious that she is associat ing with a Delinquent- Sowing Good Seed What farmer in selecting his seed corn would go into bis crib at night and with a scoop scoop up enough corn to plant bis crop Any mm who would do this Iwould aIbumper crop of corn but instead 1withbutI shells off the knubs of theend appliesI1to one crop in principle applies all Tobacco seed is for the jlto JImethodJI with thid fact until we visited a snort time ago Mr B D Lakes plant and siw his employees pouring what appeared to be all good seed into a aeed cl aner A larga per cent of the seri was blown out as jchaffy and worth less and inferior and yet 75 per cent of the refuse seed would germinate and growl but what Plantlwould t pure seed is aken from the clean er there is to be seen a great change in appearance Alt the seed are the beat and c m be exIpected to produce healthy pl and when this process Iligon through for a p3riod of ye ira there Is a gradual rise in the quality of the product As evidence of this Mr B D uake has been raisihg and grading seed for a number of years Mr B JL Cain of Irvington Breck in ridge County who bought the seed from Mr Lake last yetT Writes Enclosed find check for vvhiesh you will please sendi me 8 02S pure wiit Burley Tobacc i seed graded You will doubtless remember that I was your customer last season Your seed proved to be all you claimed The following men pnrcasid seed from Mr Lake last yea and their averages prove that they raised goad tobacco Bar rack of Marion County sold at an bveage of 1250 The Nu 1 crop average 15 60 8 itnmpson vom ft Mautvni tJ91dl averL 1471 JR Cl ybrook ed1250ffnd Lee Carrico aged I8 iS PERSONAL- Judge J S Yankey J O JosephPolWeek exercises In Lexingtcn Thursday iIMr Leo flavdon is on the sick 1ist this week Mrs P J Kelly who Under eplisInrinaryimproved Mr John A Polin was in Louisville Thursday and Friday Miss Della Smith is the g est of her sister Mrs Robert Russell of Cincinnati Ohio Mrs Fanny Blandford spent one day in Louisville last week Dr and Mrs H J Boone have returned from their bridal trip Mrs Jennie Talbott has re turned from a visit to relatives in LouisvileSMiss IiouihijGr gor of St Louis Iis the guest of her uncle Mr LM Groryd Mr and Mrs Morrie Durrett haye returned frpua Lexington Mr James Spalding of Leb as on was in towu on bnsineas yesterday Hon WF Grigsby waS in Mooresvitle Saturday Miss Lela Yancey has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit to Miss Mable Williams who accompained her home Dr and Mrs R H Williams of New Hope are the guests of Dr and Mrs W F Trusty Mrs Sallie YanAsrdale has returned home after a visit to friends in Louisville She was accompained home by Mr Ar vin Noe of Columbus Ohio Misi Aunie May Duncan who was suddenly stricken with ap pendicitis last Monday was re moved to the hospital nt Lib no onIMrs Annie Kelly who has been quite ill is improving NewsLeader and Louisville Herald both one year for 3 i Od Papers for Sale t1 a d l I I PECIALE 1 LLOY0 l sEJ2For 10 Days II Calicoes 4c Hoosier Cfettpn i BJ Kr 1 f J Hope Cotton 7 l2tij i lgc 1C s t 1 tJIShirtinjMadr8 I 1 Ji 9tt tablLinensI j uv Clarks OLN T Thread 4e spool J iB I We haviia jew Ladies Cloaks and Suits also aJot jji1 I I Mens Suits and Overcoats at Half Price T j r IUwtwlwr we sell fur Cash and al1allllJiU undersell thus i Spftcialpricesi on all sheeting bleached and brown It coohs I gnrghams ticking and shirting ft s V ILiberal reductions on table linen napkinsj and towefs altfto linens aria being advanced by he Impo ers r i I cut in prices of comforts and blankets lap robes carpfits rte rUgiBi rnattings and liholeurnsS m IBlgI sJallI kinds of Shoes Kfcreductions in price of Rugs Carpets vMattinf JJ lIt wiU pay you to buy now asaUoF tHe aKxVe7 iUw1 will adknicc shortlyS r No trouble to showr goods v fltjapfrrecWt jI BobertsofiiiGlajttif rtoJ- I inciorattd 6 l t ei iEE F A Public Sale As Administrator thij estat- of Sallie J Hamilton deceas- I will at her late residence ne Widoesdij Jauiargi i atoneoclockpmS Sell te the bfghe t bidder at public auction thefoljo vfbag par so nit property IOne brown horse on weanling colt nice Jersey cow 9freshpigs one fat sow one drop head singer Sewing machine about 100 bens household ana k1thn furniture and other r lcljI made known on dj ef11Terms ST HAMILTON s Administrator j I Notice All persons having c ims against the estate 9f Mra5Ba1l1iS J Hamilton sent same properly prGVtntb Ihe undersigned on or before tbc 1st day of Feruary 1915 S T Hamilton Admr CASTOR IAI JIdIuI a LIk DIIW Ysi tM ecS I11ro i The Public j4f 15 t twill about January Ist9t4t Imystock pi Buggies Farming iimove entsetcJt0 the storehouse street now occupied by IThompson BunnelL Thnking you for your pastpt trO l gErandaskngyou fOtt fL Qlltt1 Fuance of same i y ft A C KIMBALLI 5 0rtea ed9ekflis d- s vUl y raittfa ft citr rMc MM sr4 eoatNt te M MBftMtoi- t l itrtug u Mr fcy the ka MF 8l CI a r- OS U M LMOdIUL I 7eS- iIsit a k1ek IM urrMi- s etd atf15Mt wW b jMMU t f ales tbli year aM th- lg el eIsettisIth b as n-JCI1I1 t AlfMC Ike vck cf tM r iI8I JiMiat St ele hiss aat flatH Uta 1Mt 4TTUI bs allliMet adj t kL m ta Mh SI tH H cky Mte4 iMctrleU ts vMk after NIH tar IM u 1aa ru at 015 vtt taM tfcslr iia ts a tial tle aed W Sail MBtMt IS tlM- wko fiiivkkto eater Ia lm irate fair for petese f r4 d a MeLR w taJI tWr WiMI te tskk 1dSem totWifcta fJnr w ta t to aU tIea ae ItetM fktk mte Hlk HM- etu 9+ VlB W tllCfM to MHB9 tt tte Ir bll a r chIaT i Melgk bUt1S35WIM- ower amf tie eoU Jn iMtr pelI4 him to clOse U1 wWiW I can hardly heir M jalaipfriilA I pea18 feeL peM7SOh thtrV alway pieJsgte ktUrf w tkispiig M 1 45atbay a = ta peaee ttM L Are you aw to mk ketii ada Et5t7 0 o I i14 ay sot Xs keea usa lIKe the eet sT Hrfcc bat st7-alary that K ey MIN st ietker W tsd tM Jetrel t us eat jWi4- L Np4ehI wth wea p The ala torn to taMr sad ss J any sew Uwir irlrMl flt 1 CLOiF1ThTST 1 1 I o 11 Beginning January 1st 1915 1 Iise11 rnI f t i entire stock of Hardware Grocerie8j Fa igjL ImplementsI etc at cost for Casi h tI Parties iridebtd tol11e will Pl ser 1l1t and settle same immecliatf as LFrh l t out to quit business X M 4 I MATT cfMAYE j 1LL lt I t