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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- ii S1JeDlNfjQJBINiJ 3i t VVV VVVF I NEW StWES YOL XXXI No 3 SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON COUNTY =KENTUCKY JANUARY 21 1915 Ir4 I I BEEDNI BRAVE BAND Of THREE HUNDRED r IJrtriLHtk Army Too Lafge Thine Be SlryCowards Off For Homo r cwr Spring Still Too Many 5Why the tappers Were Chosen Do ICePitcher Lamp Trumpet 4h vah and Gideon JThf Victpry Th Incident a Paratle lU Meaning Not l mijht potter Jy Sflrit tflltk Jttiocak IloataZerh 1dV DR last Study showed Old 0 eon encouraged by tbe Lord promise of victory Bending Messengers the various tribes in Israel Todays Study bowl the resultant army of 32000 mon wkbGWeoh the foot of Mount rp M Harod Sprlngu rlih iik iralakig off the Jordan Across thc Jhwetethe Slldlnultes numbering about 135000 An Jnvndlug host the had long been pillaging the Israelite inmolestedly but now learning that Gideons army was gathering they embed tp crush ltAlthough Glrteontf nrmy numbered but o etO tour of the enemy yet the LordDirected him that it was too large and that there would be lfangertbat the I victory might not tfe appreciated from the Lord but be thought to lad cute the 0qrt6rtty a of Israels wur tifrto Accordingly t byV DIvine dlfec ivilon Gideon told CThe BdMty Old his army of 32000 that whoever was fearful and preferred Jo return home might flo The name of the spring Horod signifies coward has been assumed that teas given because of the 22000 who went home But the Lord said There are yet toot ttany Cause t host go down the spring drink and discern be tween those who knee nod put their mouths into the water and those who lap from their hands a dog There were 3Qof this latter class and these the Lord declared be the Vnjper4ones Win the 7letory The fetnalning 0700 however would later 4 off Jour them the pursuit This act ojftlnpplng water seems signify nlert nesiii and obedience An drinks by netting his mouth Into thfe wutert und hen thirsty gives his entire attention TortbVsucklng the water Ignoring his masters commands apd ven the rpd ul3 thinks Dirt the dog while lapplngjthe water nil 41ert watch Ing Jfl cvery direction and ready tuiult the jvaicrat once obedience tq duty Victory Armageddon ln olden times armies evidently did not kip strict a watch do mod grnnrnjlek tile darkness nigh Gideon undit trusted companion peue truted amongst thetenfc thuMldinn lIesV Listening they heard one relati his dream how n burley loaf oled downn hill und did havoc Auotlx offered tbe lute linitltlonlI1IJt itf wos vGldeoii end Ink smnll army which was UkeIylo be their undoing The hid lent shows tliMt the Mjdlunltes HVI- Tupprehiuslvo Gideons faith was 8trength niHl by tills little experience wbfcirthc Lord permitted AJlout midnight tbe time ii pointed for Oidiunx attack Tilt Three Hundred were divided Into three a ctimpiiuIeR null sprufid nut over cbu sidernble space netir the MIdHnltes addition their usual urmor each o111nd his left hand earthen ware pitcher containing n lamp cud his right u rnms horn trumpeL Their instructions were that those immcdl ntely with Gideon should do he did and that the others liearlng should Imitate breaking their pitchers shout VIng Jehovnli and Oldeon and blow- Ing the roms horns t Waking out of HleeQ the Mldlanltos beholding tile Wishing lights hearhig the clash like tile onud armor heirlnslbe shouts cud the trumpets imaginedl themselves surrounded by jsr c1t host and fled They fought each pthcrt nilsklns each other for foes nidconumi his Three Hundred od l yiiit ivnujlnhis 5TK pursued anti wTn soon the fight The viitoty jvns a uniTntii The was recog HtScil a thc IrHMvircr and Oiilcon Jllk sprnint w Inihured jrdnglv SSdruiiV mil mliVrv tile tjospol t nil fur vnhuitwiv n thv sltp of nuiilnt tvnti tnth uin Itt error any wnrl rotqwnd iiuri o3iiip 4 eltrlFt lint be rI1tJlI nrl- zrecjjrd rdl lesus tolls Sit down Mini count t himt Thy slht lit the enemy the Vcr of death ITIISH tlieih turn lank There row anls will not share the vkfory Then comes the ntofti pll1li Lord second test One and of QMeoa class the Lords f ojHe like iliu faithful dog put obe ncVto Ibe MiiRterH will first Vn irrchIIlM hee1 less Ills voice and lilitt1l rod and being less alert rlsi jioVvIrp they lire less iwd hint c niHtnxI the world the most alert nx4 sro Viry fw These are iho s willing ak Mie earthnf yes t t nst thlr prif trt earthly live i1U1l Lonis wenlcp that tilt Canw Truth itiiif ba a vlftory t obttcH4 are near the time when- t grcznt vletiiry antllype of Olileonx vll bif accomplished wbru the hosts tslit will fall upon one iniothir tilr mutual destruction The pres ltwvr the beglnnlng of this 1i Notice All persons having claim Itstjh esateofMrs fiB JJie HamUtnr decesise will pre JFPftl same nropYrly proven li underglgnef1 on or before tt r s tcTay Pf Ferrary 1915 S V S1 T Hunflton Ad r r j r w v Ififi NE4EAD R j c 0 i I t A ot ac nor tj but fII of ns to nt at to as 03 of ton so It it b to to to as to to In to ox of on Is In at so ns In of of of In to In an iu ns or np lii L rd t Jtn r O lr rl ht J In th jl In of l to of to to lir 11 vo wo rt fo Is jf r r the 1oryQf A Child o Bow many of us stop to consider that a child forms lasljng impressions fn m the Utje of eldersV life und its associations tho ingSj isJconstantlrisJ mar its What futureIcpurage right thinking in the minds of the little oes in our shapeIthe deatiny of our comiirunify 1I anV 9 9 weightier things are evenprope to ignore the presence of the manly little fellow who gives us a cherry greeting on the sl fetand hoe sunny count ftnce iiI seeminglIdifference Trivial things are impressed upon the minds of the young Incidents areburuedso indelibly Into their memory that often time itself can never efface them One SUCD comes to our in nd as we write these fines It was of a small boy who went to a nearby stream on his first fishing triQtbe epoch of Ills life forianiworrying and swealing and tugging succeeded in getting it to dry land But juntits success crowned his efforts and hii little heart was beating high with the jjty of exhibiting his catch to his mother a well known and in fluential citizen cf the town came alongwith one smjll fish on his s ring Helo3leiatthesuclterr- emarked l that the two would make a fair mell and asked whichone should takq the- mbttthhor tile child Tne boy gulped uesitatedand banded over his fishancI Vent home in tears And that pne act of selfishnesspn the part of a manhaflremnin green inibe memory of atbos for over thiz tv yearsIt will never fade We of maturer years have mUCh to be held accountable foP for the meoiory of achild is often as long as Us life Think it over brother and Tract No 1 astone in Mrs line corner to lot twoi thence with her line N55 WV 145 poles and 16 links to a stone chon r to said thence with anotliPr of her 79 W 87 pos and 2 links to a stoio corner to N25 38 810 poles to a stone corner to polesito point in tue corner of the Lick pik ten a ong of as follows 81 W bS iLie sr8f 29 r 810 poles to a ppinj in center of said road Astune corner to the land tff to Kirk thsh w th line of saial tcrstime near a sinaj house then s 58t poles to a stone in a wire give itmore than a passiujj Destroyed His Tobacco Perry oGralr n j afcoIiityr atout four thousand pounds ofr tobacco last Monday claiminEras J an excuse for Ills action tth the Lord had told tu d j iL has a half interest about ix pounds more which was grown on another farm and he says Jie will burn l Jut as to n as it ftf tripped so Ebs attenVdingjBoIIini ss meiings at diffrentp1aces and is suffering from relig weathlyImun and whEther he will be per mted to destroyhis 1ItoIbaon record where any of the n have actpiltyV destroyed their r p afte they had gone to the raising itV Wanted it TestedV thelothelsoil by tasting it and a man who saw statement promptly a box dnd ent it to him by parsol post He also enclosed tliis 110teIDear I saw what you said about tasting sOil am se sample selected haphazard from my bacIva1d I wish you d give it the p1ata test and tell me what you think I doiltreem to ha any luck with myself up without heads m have been fur chestnuts my onions are corn looks like birdshot Bite off a chunk and llet me hear from you Never mind about returning the balance keep it for desert Write- soon CryFOR CASTO lA of By the for the JOB for pm line same Then Knob center 410 t J him and came fence L5 tre also in the said fence S iell stot e is also 18 in S of a post in f Ute line to which a cross fence is atluched theric W 42r poles to the center of the ICnob- Licit pike comer to said lunne- stead sad stone point is a stone near redoak busb then along center line or Isaid pike S 19i E35 i5 poes lOI pout in center of said4 a st me coiner to lJt two wih a line of lot two N 84 E 152 25 poles to the begin niog contHihing82 aeresITractNo2VB- egilI1iI at a sLolIetoRR EdeKn in Mrs line tLence with line as afore said N 25J W 04 poles and 19 Jirbs to a stone in the said JLife Affirmed D Frankfort Ky Jan 15 A life sentence tor killing the nra pire in a baseball game in Bullitt tlcounty must be served by Her man Deacon as the Court of Appeals today in an of Commissioner Clay affirmed the sentence altle trouble between Deacon inand his victim Robert Neal an te da ed the fatal game of base ball which was played on r June enoerStItof nelson countS and fancy Bullitt cjuntyt on thej r ipf the latter ueVr the b ju irHme but the distaianc3 which endedin t death of NeH Lkfrombaseball bat originated in a fight between Nell and a player 10fhis as um pire in the game Nell had the life ofr Deacon whose attentions to Nells daughter enraged tthe latherVlI according to the evidence a stated in the was not in to umpire witlij that precision and impartiality which the circumstances re quireed and consequently be came in and disputes Umpiring tile basis he called a man safe on second base and IJis decision was proven wrong by the rules Shortslbp Jones complained thatt Nell obstructed of the plite He mide som3 remarks indicating very clearly what he tin ught of Nef as an umpire and got for his criticism JThey came and- Ie while another man was ing them Deacon struck Nell re laftbanded blow a bat and- y fractured his skull Deacon self defense but tbe first worls of Nell upon recovering consciousness aiter the blow proved the off the deftnse Nell inquired Who hWineVV The first examination for Con mon School Diplomas will beheld in Springfield Ky the last IPridayand Saturday iin ELLA D Co Sunt of Schools In the District Court the United States for the Western District of Kentucky In the matter of Joe Cheatham BankruptV virtue of an ortferof Sale ofThe District Cour of United States thE Western District of Kentucky In matter of Cheatham Bankrupt iiwill 01 Saturday Jan 30V 1915 Proceed to offer sale onehalfthlfoUowmgBeginningat Wimsects Wimsatts S ile siidttfe opposite homestead Ubeatbam thought McCoows McComas thousand thatitcan bedivided McUbmas evidently property toubleof the packed Professor 1diugr frankly cabbages potatoes mistaken atCentless andmy feet notkofa Hickory this opposite a LIdwjthIhe a road opposite l thenco Wimsaits Mrs VViuitatic Sentence opinion the zeaf decisions threatened seN opinion condition involved altercations bivisw ehquently cursed tb1owr sepnrat with pleaded undoing January SHAUNTY- Wimsect line corner to lot one thence with a line of said lot one of this survey a H4 W 152 5 poles to a point Ill the center 01 the Knob Lick pike corner to said lot one chenct with th l center of the said pike S ldV 57 poles and 9 linUo to a point in ihH center of said pike opposite 25Ij pike corner to R H Edelen thence with his line N 80Jl E 60 poles to a st ne corner to saidI Edelen thence with his line N HE 34poestoastoneorSpring Grove corner to said Edelen with his lino N 043 44 9tO poe to a stonecorner 10 same thence with line of sune N 54 E 351 illIIseparately und then as awbole and sold in the way to realize most money 4Ihe purchasers will be required to ezecute bonds payable to the Trustee for the purchase price with approvedsecurity or sureties bearing legal interest from pate of sale until paidandi having the force and effect ofa eplevin bond Bidders will be prei is pared to comply promptly with these iiAt terms1 same time ancjj place I wilj sosell one good horse if J0SG H POLIN Trustee SM CAMPBELL Auctioneer AC CJLTIJRAL EXTENSION Whal can Be Expected From a Flock of 15 Ewes on the Average Ken tucky Farm The extreme degree of vari tion under which sheep are kept combined with thvarying dmountof care which different farmers are accustomed to givi asmaUftpckofjewesl renders it difficnttto rtokiBa definate eati mate of the amount of income which may be reasonably expected from a Hock of Bfteen ewes on an average Kentucky farm it is a lamentable fact that the farmer east of the Missouri livei has come to look upon the sheep 1ai a scavenger deserving little atlenlion For the past twenty years it has been the practice to beeullowonly reIturttrous effect of such a financial success is obvious The elemeiitrof care has been 1the limiitmg factor to profitable sheep husbandry It has been said that if women en thd farm would give a small flock Qf sheep the care and attention which they annual give the turkeys and hens they would receive more for their labor and feed and would receive it in a lump sum A certain Kentucky farmer renders the following account showingthe income from a small fluck of sheep Aug 19 193 17 eIq parV chased rusuii iug bUe investment uf 7050- Julylji hid lambs at- SicaO per Ib brought I25Q5 1014 wool crop 120 lbs at 20c par Ib brought 2400 Total incora e 149 00 Income per ewe u 8JT6 Owing to the fact that farmers dp not generally keep a record of he feed consumed and to the fact that sheep are often pastured pii land of little or no value for other purposes it is difficult in all cases to determine coals of producticnV In addition to the money value derived fiom a small flock of sheep should be added the labor Sived throngb the activity of the s eep in keeping d wn the weeds Another factor wi 5ch should not oe oVtrlooked ia the r geuer atincr influence oj the manure on the land Many A weedinfested firm has been brought tJa profit able state of cultivation through the fructifying propertie of sheep manure The figures give are from 3 flocks which are above the aver 1age io prolificacy in general thrift and were owned by men who were willing tq give them the necessary care Und r ordinary farm conditions in Kentucky a fltck of fifteen ewes maintainedas mutton proposition g3with wool as a byproduct should 3bringina total income of at least one hundred dollars per year MABKJ SMITH Ky Experiment Station Sheriffs Sale For Taxes By virture of taxerduo the State of Kentucky and Washington county for the years indicated below Ior onevof my deputies will on MONDAY JANUAUY 25 1915 offer for sale at the Court House door jn Springfield Ky the prpberty de scribed below or so much as vilTeatisfy the tax and cost Precinct No 4 8 acres of land listed in the name of Leslie Baxter for the 19111213 tax and cost J1309 One acze of land listed in the name of Robert Hardin for the years 191011 1213 tax aud cost 338 11 acres land listed in the name of J It Pearson heirs for the yea s 191213 tax and costs 673 Precin5t No7 Four acres land listed jn the name o Ben Key for the 1910111213 tax and cost 2067 J ANLERSON S W C Mrs Mary Carrico has moved intothe Pope Cottageon- street Malui and desires her friendship Jd6Jpiain a Republican Platform VConvention June 2 Provided the Republican Slate Cential Committee acts upon the recommendation of jsubcom mittee composed of H G Gar rett of Wjnche t r Col John W McCulpch of Owensbqro md Charles L Scholl cf vonis ville Republicians Kentucky will hold a platform convention in texington June 2 two months prior to the primary election Jeunty ma conventions at which delegates to the Sate conJ vention will be selected will be held Saturday May 29 Each county will be euUted toas many delegates to the tate con vention as it sent to the various district conventions of 1912 The Lord Needs Help A certain preacher in one of the southern states was preach ing away yne Sunday night when a fire alarm broke the at tentive stilhiesiof r tIe sanctuary Sit still he cried to his dis turbed congregation If there iis a fire the Lord will take care of his own and not let anything happen that shouldnt Just then two children had stepped outside wboI Oh its the parsonage Its the parsonage Without a word of farewell that peacher made a wild bound from the pulpit and struck out for his burning residence TLey is times it seems sid a lean member of the congrega tion when th1 Lord needs hep National Monthly Dyspeptic Philosophy 4IA that glitters isnt gold but oxj people are perfectly satis ueJ with the litlerILok not upon the wine when it yonIcolor blind and the first thing you k champagne youarot LordeWgF Success ocly comes tothe mail who goes after it with a club Experience will give a man tuitiqn but he must be born with intuition Many a mans idea of content me iis having more than he can use Take care of the night before and the morning after will take cire if itself Our opinions cost us nothing so long as we keep them to our selvesWhere some per pie are COt cerned rubbing ih in will keep you on the outs with themrNew York TimesV Filling The Egg Basket The Missouri college of agriculture gives the following pre scription for hen happiness and a full egg basKetVAllow eAch hen four square feet on floor spaceVProvide one square loot of glass to every fifteen squiw feet of floor space Locate the windows on the outh side and place the tops not quite half as hgb as the house is wide Ventilate by placing o e square foot of musline to every fifteen square feet of floor space or by making a slat front simil r 10 n oupolas in barns Be sure thut there are no openings for drafts on the back ends and roofVBuild a floor eight inches higher than the surroutidiug ground Fill in four inches of coarse stone then two ofdht This will make a dry floor Provide eight to ten inches of rousting space and one nest to every six hens Cover the floor wih a foot or eighteen inches of straw treed The grain in the straw so as to encourage exercise House For Sale t A very desirable location on Walnut ttr etbne square from Main Street and two aquarefc rom Court House House con feiastJ rooms aud two liaHa For further infprmation apply to W H LEAOHMAN j 1 Luke McLuke Sayt When you notice people are trying to dodge you when ttrpy see you toucan usuajjjy dis cover i he reason los that sctians iit you willget a mirror and look right under your dose Women Irave their faults But you never aawxrae who shoveled her food into her mouth17ith a nlIcfeVWhen a girl bas 8uch apow erful voice that you can hear her yelling for a square her IsiI is that yau can hear hprVel ing for two syqare I What bag becorne f thoold fashionedi Iitt galfqh ofqsaoilandstaDi Bed Beg MaSsacr eveiy few raoritbs When you lsHin llove with a pretty face you Bave to tie the rest with it So you lPig tins well sea that thOpttyThce ig atiaoLed to a TCoriiPeri and get all the girl that U cpraing laJon uptresuresshould ba p tying some attention toFire 1zsurane The i e 01 wzy a girl knows thatt a fe ow is All RhtV1 ia lieI cause Ie tathi r utid Mother know h t lltii NoGjd E eiy nir heieves tbatlei- ia g daosi But he couldnt it oy LlleJrpl t site roteto h s wire b 6 in wjre mar n woma taw an btcause J she Cliii Uhjll dud iniuesiwitfe out givt g IhVui toogit The mn wi o thinks he knows it all usually knows everything that isnt worth knowing If a man cant get the pirl he wants begets p even and quits But if a girl cant the man she wants she goes and cops out the m n some oihar girl watts A good conve sittonalistnevir talks wube1shsoughwith4t- The old fasoipned man wid vas alwavs mislaying his pEc tacles now has a jon who never hangs up the beer opener when he is through with it If theskirts are worn mqcb higher the CornFed girls will have to put on new stockings ever time they ga out or else take a chanca on displaying the Jacobs Ladders When a man isi sownfown hp acts as i f bis favorite color as R3c4 lint ater be gets home hu acts as if his favorite dolor wItS Yellow In Patrick Henrys Lime bib erty and Dsatb were usually coupled in the beitinS YBnt nowadays Alimony secures a wnole lot of Liberty ISome of Us are luckier than t others But a few hours after a newspaper makei a mistake the whole town kopws it Never judge by appearances Once in a while a Bachepr has such ajoa spell of sickness vtbat you cant tell him from a mir ried manQincinnati Enquirer d Latest Fashion Notes A favored management of the c ape in coats as well as io suits ii to attaph itto the pri coat or jacket by means of snap fasteners that are concealed uuder the collar Thee the cape can be removed In a jiffy leaving the orr i dinarycoatorjicketCollars military the rolling gape the Medici aud the hood collar Dancing frocks with a suggestion of ruffles from waiatj6vlVm are charming T V Black velvet costufueiWl1l be fashioned this wintqr ior afwr1 nbouwcar Last of all is the circular skirt trimmed with velvet or satin ribbon BaU chenille effects ar appear ing in ceilingsrBlack and white chiffon IIs ifavorite in Paris Green is tne leading color tbf the coming mpnthsl Snug sleeves for day l91i ones for evening 4r tul with fcoaLSt w I iffronLi WaisU T1U A ew VI I w w l li It l1l L ONEiII SS SPfA j Jf iMa- Tf JtftMt II- TUda1 DIg J Dec 29 t ft o clp9k tie D a1hiiilll fiwiW the hoe of Mrs Bifey MyrtTe daghtcrMisseternal rut r Mks Amn4a wufory jear- iilaixi0ntbotago famC hall bsea a crlppe aUof hit life I She ilae MV th Ad f ven tist charch ad wJ alWa- ysra1ytIalkii of God ini his people and O-trhclie4venlr boty She SAidaaBfI li Ts that hJtf was pMiintFy waittsif thfe Dtmin Aiigels BumtBoa b Ciww slut v wispresrecogTil era 5trv f i o Wednesday afterobo rtitfjn Methodist church by R i W4 A T Murrev Thtiicfitrti 6f1sL f r school marcheot their7 ipiipftrI teV the church to hear 1tIwiikt jgi4ce r stenderly alcl tTiI3tV 1 1To the near bfereared pnts We synjpathize witb yioft f inVoBT bereiyemerit Pr par th mee6 1I herat the judgment fArJilKlEND lyirss AptcdaRiley lIM Tiiie day night I ec29tb wiforly yeas and 8even- n aid 3ftr ilfiJ She was orn anJ rai ii Wash iJN1J CbEyr gbrof tIe 1ateV- itl B l rW4 I ihe family from Mr1tUrburg io Texas idi4til1ff8411Jq Penalty ProTkWfwr NL Preperlr Regulations S to govern th54 placing of stamps OB dttveyitoc of re il property in piyswufc of fqrdayj1Issi9nJ r Qt IQtfIi C1 uc Osborn Tnetaxii5pl cfnpn deeds that anaoBut to cnpr iOJivand less than 500 wjtjb SO ctfKs addHonarfoi each t5 orlnc tio1oertd l herElvJ 1fop i ithat where 1e ceitIArsji ic noaalnal l rJl HM Iwr wt ba compete apofi taCll4 yuof the property conytgt jpj deducted and the e citpr be comes liable fpp jtbpwaI1yif the proper anotfpjtof fUmNi ill not affixed Fbe peaajty liipBOt axinkis a fine ornot lIMS jhinf 100 The CommiMioieri ktinonriced that while a regwter of deiii iU nol iocpquted toiaystttlf irbre be su pets yioiatioa f ze law he should in such casify the f proper revenut cojleetcr A quit clam deed not s lct to the tax nor are oif iiiaaawi mnfnink leasei Which ooici1O titlei JDeedk to cdrePjfcif in a family or ifom an iB4iyfdnlttpVa t municJpaUiy nunbi UuabU TbeIbternaiRveie iferem also issffed further refpftioBS affecting the payment of tioWar revenue stamp tax jm blsef t4fiough Ji IJt tF per to pay thaux the i 1irw may pay and iip jointly wwyo slbleio case aaqb billIaotpi i ed rc ffi A Smftft 8yi PVIiiipkyr P s aiSI am practicim t ecp1WlIiIftbe 8i i t0J hI Loamerrily tpdsavsndasyi4 w 1I best thiiis5lec ltbiowaeforspa Jyt j daymy saiahl JJr Jtj rservedatrawbr4 eli he Waa very IOdsirl 1 H5TeUayeon1y a tor ifttt and il eUN iho aM wUto havetodoi6iJ i usually qii1e41Ua W ii U teahe tzaid1 f prIai r rather dO wiibsi s1Smj ietb Jrmd 11 dicct WelL bdsJthat f is 1eLItIiI jbi bl 4oqdtIt S iaJo tlk b a4h1 m tIt shusid wMp1ids t us bi bed ito- osr 11il1 fdoafter you Ii x J r TiIiatrt rtM1yi I FlnFR- l t i OIllLDICY ilL11l1Tz TfJmJlfi Y 1If JOSEF NUN 4eM Jti fI XdItwa aid Publishers MwtXy Poat t ilk is ueidMi uMtUr f d MTerl occasions we have cill it4M attention ofour read i Ers 10 this advisability of making investment in boms enterprises r a and our object in so doing is t twofold In the first place the Coint3 rmanItlrt the more progressive i the coeAlsi unity and the money iivettfed will pot only benefit the iMVtstor but likewise the general dome public The money is kept at home and 73 not snt- a clear oat of any circulation that KmJlIbeaeSt us You are boos iisg lama foreign euterpris lben you mighti as well be boos fri1g sotsiething at home that fou co aeee TI ths 1 ore is liS Mjeing that vonr foreign invest i mwjtls alright but the experi t 1 ewe or moattof our peoplE ia that r i vi tart number of such invest meets are humbugs and frauds JJa the majority of such cases wheu your money gees out you may bay farewell if not goodbye A tfayorite scheme with many fakirs ia to represent that they artbqand to be alright because ti they do net ask any money but art willing to take your note and if things are not alright you do not have to pay Bat did yon i iever see one of these fellows collectingTime j The note is transferred to an innocent purchaser and your de Tense dayno avaUyouWe I hard been bitten before and yet we tryagain What fools we mortals be Valley Hill I Mesdames Chas Lilsey andJ Hen y RHYI of Pleasant Grove visited here Thursday J Mr Berry Pinkston has re turned to his home DeirPtIiIJ 8aftetaDexlendedvjsittoIri n stand relatives alibis place Mr Henry Goatley and MrJ Martin of near Louisville are t Tklting relailvesHt this place at I cthis writing 4 r Mr RobertMoore has removed from this place to his lam near Mackville Mrs Palmer Goatley wsa tbEI guesVof Mrs McWhorfer in Springfield Thursday 4W are glad to say that Mr T a G Tatum our genial merchant is able to be out again after a severe attack of lagrippe lMK Bradley Tatum has return ed to Bereawhere he has enter Y l edr school J Mr T J Pbillipps has sold s bi ouEeandStoreto Mr Jess AFTERR SUFFERING TWO lONGYEARS Mrs AseKn Was Restored to Health Hy Lydia E Pink hlmV Vegetable mPound MinneBpolis MinnAfter my little one was born I was sick with pains in my sides which the doctors said were caused by inflamma tion I suffered a great deal every monthandgrewvery thinIwasudderthedoctors long yearS without any benefit Finally suggestlona got Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound After talr ing the third bottle of the Compound I todayIanswerletters if anyone wishes to about my case =Mrs JOSEPH knowj 606 Fourth Avenue Minneapolis Minn ComILydia E Pinkham s Vegetable pound made from native roots and herbs contains no narcotics or harmful drugs and today holds the record of being the most successful remedy wa know forwomans ills It you need such a medicine whydont you try it If ypu have the slightest doubt that Lydia E Pinkhnms Vegetable Compound vill hclpyou write toIordiaEPinkhamMedicineCo confidential LynnMoss for advice Your letter vrill be opened read and answered Tiy a woman and held in strict confidence Pile and has purchaed some property at Lotas to which place he will immediately move Mr Phillipps has been with usJJjl for several years and has been s conducting a nice ht Ie grcc ry a business and acting as depot p agent also We are sorry to lose h him a3 he was doingsa thriving s little business and was an excelt lent depot agent besides making quite a number of friends at thistt place who wish him success in a his future life We are glad to s know that he has purchased a a grocery at Lotus and is going tov run the depot at that place As yet we do not know who will v take charge of the depot tiers Ii Lilliard Piukston hasi pinoypd from this place to Polin Ici tio ensuing year I Jas Reid was the guest of his father near town several davs last week We are sorry to report Will Jones is very ill with pneumonia at this writing Messrs James B and Henry Goatley v ee guests of r thug mother in Springfield Saturday Mr T 0 Tatum has been re ceiving corn in car lots during thepast weep Miss Ruby Snider is visiting relatives at Wbcdawn at this writing a Miss Myrl Youig Bardstown is4he guest of her oster Mrs Louise BaiJaid at this writing Mr and Mrs Hunter Goatley i r I Public Sale 1I t a OF i Wgrk ules Jersey Cows Corn- I I nay Etc I Baving sold my farm t will on the VI cmisfs on the jij E3hanon and BprirgGeld pike on rFriday7 January 22 1915 l r Ij ATONE CLOCK P M i f f offer for sale the followirg personal property f Il ID yrell broken mules coming 4 years od i 3 weII broken mules coming 3 jears old S tI 17 ear old bt 7 mare extra good not afraid f autosii t f i gyearrod bay mare extra good not afraid rnQtosil Z J 1 29e ar old gelding 34 bred Hackney 2 Jersey cows with calves i r 1 7yeur old COVgoud qjiiker t i1 p 4 Jarsey heiefers ready to ealve extra gocd All arming tools and implements f il t a TERMS AUsams undersl0 cash Over tbatiamounl on i credit of 12 moniiis Note with gcod security and egotlaole and payable in bank will be required r 4 AtMKie time and place T M Marple will sell stock 1 as follows 7 Jersey Cows 7 Jersey yearling heil ri1 99 ear old mare in foal 14 Year old saddle gelding extra jiice 1 Hyear old raddle ged ing extra nice 1 2 year old fin 3 weanling mule cods l DurocJersey Boar Terms made known on day of sale f C F BOSLEYyep Simmsfiri Cap 1 Lucien Purdom il M n f Springfield Houseei c Has mother Big Week Over 160000 Founds Javiiig Ben Sold at Good Prices e THE SPRINGF IS THE PLAC 1 The Springfield House has en ineedId over 160000 Ibs of ttbaccoI ta gold average the high rice basket bringing 30 stI 13tiMaCLioletrI bacro on its floors If you 2 iavanto raded properly bring it heerG nd join the army of satisfied 12 allers No unnecessary delays nd the testdf r warehouse con eniences Below ve publish a ew of the many good crops that I 4 re have sold and these 3iJrebaskets selecepI 5 Atlas Hull 15 Pounds at L1 IC 25 pounds at 12ic 40 pouDdr atf131c10 pounds at I2ke 60 pounds aL I6 c 35 pounds at 1511IIII Bert Hagan Marioii Co 125 pounds at io 40 pounds at 0 100 pound3atIpounds at I3 cI 205 pounds at J c J80 pounds atI4lc270 pounda at We1330 pounds at 17ci 280 pounds at 20 cl 80 pounds at 30 cI 95 pounds at IRlc 518 pounds at ltlr 120 pounds at H 245 pound i at IIc Smothers Pullman 130 puunds at 7jc 370 pound at l3ic 60 pounds at x13ac 00 pounds at ttit fC 65 pounds at15 c 230 pounds ai lc180 pounds at9cit Will Shoemaker 7cy60Poundat25 pounds atIilcI8-a pounds at i9cLtl 120 pounds at I3U pounds al lc95 pou Jdoi at 71c Lee Barnes Taylor to 270 pounds at T7tc 205 pounds bt ItS 7l 450 pounds at lc c 200 pounds at 1G 50 pounds ax 2Oie 4illoulldsal kt J E Barker 82O pMirds nt Iii90c OUtlets at lad 35 pounds ai t 15 c 40 poundsat iij 175 pounds at lJc 120 pounds at lyl s 50 pounds ut e IiIJ1C James Moran and wife Mil Lula Moran Mi srs Janies B rind Benry Goatley avid wm Moran yere guests attho home br Mli- rsOP Goatley Sunday Goalle3aaiWfere the guest of AlW Hugh Guatl y Sunday John Wilson has moved tip Rufus Goodlets place for this year If LAtr and Mrs Pa infer GOalryI were guests of Mrs Hughes Sunday Mr Hugh Williams visited n1 Poortown M May ELD HOUSE E TO SELL sat8Icn5 pOUldiat nt IO pounds at 240 Wyarton S Bayes 50 poundS at Sic 50 pounds at llie Ht20pound t pounds at 15 e JO pounds at JOc 25 Qpuhds at k 5 c JTYasto 30 pounds at nII 40 pounds at I8r 75 pounis atr 15r 50 poundsat l2fc 30 pounds at 13c 15 pounds atd 2e J B London 60 pounds nL llie 05 pounds lltTJ2t10 potinds at 15V 85 pounds RIn15t fll60poundsat l fll pounds v l31r 90 pounds at 10 c 75 pounds at flr 190 p nnds At 7e 125 pounds at 7 t c pounds at e 15 pounds at i r 150 pounds at 7ic P M Howard 290 pounds at 12 c 385 pounds at 16r U80 pounds at I5c 60 pounds at 1u IO pounds in r iiC 360 pounds lit 16c 45 pounds at 101e 40 pounds at 4i- JJJJ B Logsdon 50 pounds at lQic no pounds at 15I175 pounds ot 1411 155 pounds at I1c 15 puunds at JTrt 195 pcunds tit c 70pouulsst gt crShewmaUei tJendreu fiea7510 pounds at nlc 515 pounds at laic 6HU p ui a 14 i 1JIin sat lh 015 pounds at 60 Onus Maiksl rry iS Son 590 poundat the 889 pounds at11890h-ouiub r at 17 c noJ lponndh at 17ic- Go puu nds lu ISJc jlJ pounds at ii430 pout is a c 405 poinds tt 71 420 pounds a ttl 130 uunclat 5Jc LA BURNS Stalls Free Manager Mrs J C Barmon delightfully entertainida niimBerof friends Tu s y x Mrs G il DH hoe and atbl PleasantGroreuudayMiss returned i to Miller burg Monday to reel ter sch oo 11 Russell Ytttps s and tsKeeling were buestsof Tl K GuriVmgsrr Sundiy ttf guttfofOd Papers for Kae t I U ft 4e1e1r 1tpj GREAT CLEARANCE SALEii t COATS AND COAT1 SUITS 1 22 Coat Suits worth from 18 to 35 ffor X900 tO18JQO 24 Coat Suits worth from 8 to 15 for 300 to 950 30 Womens Coats in Boucles Astrachams and Fancies at HALF PRICE V u1 150 Pair Womens Front Lace Shoes in Kid Tan and Patent Sizes 2 12 to 4 12 sold for 3 00 to 4 50 z Choice for 150 Wall Paper 1 Price Odd formerly fI and ttAAND than i 30ft3 l to Special Prices 9x12 xminister Velvet and Tapestry Rugs also J smaller Rugs We are showing a good assortment of thes goods and jf making lower prices than ever before jj You are cordially invited inspect these prices GUIV33SASS S1YtYiSl lbJY3 iisiY9lYi LiL1LiLiLil 3Ly CLOZNGOUTThT I Beginning January 1st 1915 lwill 11my entire stock of Hardware Groceries ng Implements etc at cost for Parties indebted to me will please come in and settle same immediately asI am closing out to quit iMATT G IVIA T EoFJ LG 000 GCC I3ooONE YEAR 175 SIX MONTHS o I COURIER JOURNAL Daily By Mail vv svvnir During January I X fi ANP1 fi I February Only lr2 lsefularTwo Months 1 Wj Just OneHalf Regular Price Jt Subscription prders atc be acceptcd W g varnsintthfough reuatCourter Jptrillbtgnttni tltis ftrct f t LEO HAYDO Sprifigfi Ky COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY Louisville iOtELSUONE1AiwTAtkfa ItENFEDYS wll QQUGH SYRFJ 20 Coattt t Ch 15O0M-en f J S Boysv htf99e t OVERCOATS for less manufacturers Prices 5 t 0 Lace Curtains W on to V i0 v r r tI 1SSu YYYY7iYBLYY = K L cr LT c I r Farm Gasli I business t anL rrno r = = = t AW fl k lJ K Re 17 fij t atthIs i whl ny g r N Ky a J i Commissioners Salc Valuable Residence Property iin WiISb rrKy1 IIOf obedience to a de pee of the Washington Cir itCourt rendered f iqaidI jyimtjfil Opicre Court r I I offer for sale at pnblic adcbonthe house and lot situated on Mains propertyThisI ing on Min Street dnd adjoining tne Central Bank properity and has a lard yard and garden The building on the lot Is a cqmfor table dwelling contaihtngjivo or six rooma and other necessary out teiIdencelorI little city of Wjllisburg r TERMS QF SALE V tyvut1i otd1ba creditjolone and twoYarsThe in be required to executeondal r the purchase price crsonal secprity bearing interestfrom th date of sale IIrfhepropiof 6 per cent annum having the for eand effect of a retaining a lien on the property as further sequrity etltdf the purchase price I CFBosuEYiieweci 6 T g The Louisviile g ily Herald and NewsLeader both one year for 300i until January 30 I es J vc4a I r ci wa 1 T 1 j ROWN I AENTEOR Coii ti cit Crawtr ililisu ranee S dFLEXlNGTCW KY Insures AgrnstFire pightning Wind FAriuri fcad Grtw is risks specialty t KlNDLY SOLlClTS YOUR PATRONAGE Rates Reftsonabla Telephone 155R SPRINGFIELD KY f DR J C WCPJ- ijMciia and Surgeon 8toOamOffice hours i to 2 p ml J Over Haydons Drug Store DRWF TRU- SItYDENTIST f Officeover Eaydou rberIPental Work at reasonableprices Itwork guaranteed J Dn R J HAMILTON p c SPRINQfLELD KY Office on Main Cross Street Phdne 20 730to830AMOffice Hours tOO to 3KX P 0DRMWRYATT I Office over Springfitld State Bank Office hours 1080 am to 12 in 4 to 5 p OK WF GRIGBYb ATTORNEY AT LAW Office over Peopled Bank- BPRINOFIELD KYC 9 t Trees It v rnit and Shade Trees Shrnbs rape Vines Hhnbarb Asparagus Peonies Phlox Roses etc pEyerytJWaand Garden 4 I J Free Catalogs No Agents II P llIlenjieyer Sons Lexington Ky iMNUr5er since 184L a 1 pJSPECIAL TO WOMEN t The taost economical cleansing and germlcldal ot all antiseptics Is ZA ioldble Antiseptic Powder to- bti diuotved in water as needed Assmedlelnat antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh inflammation ort 4 ulceratibn of nose throat and that Caused liy feminine ills It has no equalsl For ten yehrs the Lydia R Plnkham Medicine Co has recommended Poxtlno In their private correspondence witli women tvhlch proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say g It Is worth its weight In gold At ftrhePaxtona RHEUMTICt SUFFERERSa1VEN QUICK RELIEF Pain leaves almost as if by magic when yoU begin using 5 Drops the famous old remedy for Rhexipa tism Lumbago Gout Sciatica Neuralgiar and kindred troubles t It right to tho 1spotI jIj a bottle ol Drops today A booklet with each bbttlegivea full IDontI 5Drops Dont cept anything else acIplace of it Any g1etaa supply uIf you live too from a drug store send One DollarfarISwanSon Rheumatic Cure Co 1 Ohio and a bottle of 5Drops will 4 bett f jent prepaid r omw ii i i TOWN nJOO iWi hunn VWii iffi thi Local Happenings of I teresif The Freshest and Latest iiI AH About Yourself Friends and Acquaintances sutsuj n rnu u iaIn I hive for sale 30 tons Bf- onejtmolhyt11e1ehone3For Pure Single Comb White Leghorn Cockerels I 1T E Ballard ORGAN FOR SALE By the ladies of the Presbyterian church App to Mrs A R Shul z or Mrs W H Leachtnnn s Get your horses ready for the 10th annual Borse sale which will be held in Springfield on the 20th Hay of February at Brown and Case Livery Stable Mrs Sam Tucker R R 1 hast sale pure brtd M B Toms Si 00 etci hens 300 e ch Warwick strain Also a few S 0 R T Red coctclel at 50cts each Before you sow your Tptacc Beds be sure you are sowing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price the tobaccoo that was grown from my Pure White Burley seed has toppedthe market almost every timeji has- cen sold this year Remember all of mv seed yas graded with TheycostacreItoplant your own crop If ant seed that you will be pleas d with your crop como in get apacka e Price 1 00 audI Sf3 D Sunday at the Methodist church Rev C R Qrowe the a stor wilJpreachhe invites pracIticalpreachediThe church closed last Sunday night The pastor pre cled he finnS sermon to alatge congreyfition The meting had several set backs in the sickness of thoJ preacher who asrsted and h d bad weather paiitot he timj yet largecongrpgdiion ai tended and good was dongjiln mopting hasi theJctMarriage 61c ns sttr Marriage license were issued this week to Earnest Taylor and Minnie Smock The grbcm is at on ofMr Geo Taylor and theI bride is a daughter of Mr Wm Smcck j License ws also issued to Mr RtphaclllAub L daughterofMr Tom GrTgsbvi Both are well known and highly regarded people of thn oiuny and are members of od und prormrient fntnilif s Wrestling Match The pnblic pfSplin field anoppportunity Tuesday T hadI o see something that has n b3enseen before in Springfield sometime and that was a wrestling mtach at the Spii g field Opera Flouein whnh Mr John Daniels LiojaOhioinf Mr Eddie Wcikingfr of Indian apolis Indiana The conies commenced shortly after niue oclotk and the first rouird last for thirty sfven minutes ted end f which Daniels bad rnninolUrlUo 1 i I DnInnV nnnnAIt i lf Dental Model lt fkell ALL VVOHK G ARANTEEDI Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 SDr WVaughn Stallard f wasldeclaredSmith tIe referee The second round was also won m abuut twenty minutes bv Danies Throughout the contest Welkin1 iger although lighter in weight was evidently Jhe faster of the two and was wlestlerI throughout always rough treatment wiLt u grir while Dnie seeited to laUefI the matter Lore serious ajl good1temper = tvo best out of three catch nsi catch can both falls were from the scissors hold which seemed I to be the otIl one winch affeotid the little fellow at oil Tne con Lest was injeresiins throughout t but wasnot very wH attended owing lo the short lime which it was advertised 1Fine Hog Dies t 11f Stiperba the fine Duroc Jersey Boa that Mr E S Mayes bought last pring from Bob tC Ewing of ohio fOl 2500 died llast Thursday Superba was thIless to Mr M ayes as he cartied i no Insurance on J1hnI r M ayes K mgtt Sundays Con ri r Tturnftl coq tained the il nouncemptit of Mis May MiTyes laughter of Me and Mr T Scott Mi ve Of1 Louiaviile lo MIiv Kelly King o North Caiollna Mr King ih also khoyn here where he wasd 1eifljagedlas ar iII of I StI P0 In ImmsIIiIf A very beautiful wedding wes- iltla off Mr Puu fclubrt Simms1 to Miss Emma Rose Pplin which q was solemnized at l3t Rose Church yesterday morning at 9 g oclock Re Father Chi istiuas oBciaiiug JIhe ceremony which iunied these oiuig lives was jceiebrdtid a Hgh Nuptial Mass IlUq aiteudants weiv Messrs Uen uFtleigcof in and JobnA Pilii Lrolhir of the Uriel aid Rch1J JSprtld1 jug and JamoJ Jarnco Aid yt l1ts er Kathleen Miller ol dIJa flier irie lioheUjon Ribbon girls As the wedding partytil l tared the church Mrs EQlef Robe tson rendered dtqideIli solms weddjf g march preceded hmtIo1Missesj Catherine Robertsch ti e groom entered the church with his broiher Ben F S muHI followwi by the bride on the nDll of ier brother Jpliu A Pohn Who gave bfr in marriage 1he Muss xys sung by St toe Cbpir uuder the ublo du ctiIn of Mrs Eflie Rybprtson duriig the c rmon Mis Litie Sim ins ang the Ave Maria andI r IIStOVfs OK d R I IngesI 11- I 1- When i I You THEREFORE Buy From hjSLjeII YOU RUN NO IIWeit We a Guarantee is pleasure O handle K to but Satisfa show the tionII II M EROYhi SHADEB 1 I 1a J violin solo was rendered by Miss Nellie Simras with orgmn acm panimenb by Mr3vRo lertson Tt ebrdb wits attired 1in a j gown of Tulle over white satin trimmed with pearls with veil adjusted with orange blossoms and carried a shower boquet of rUrides rosep and hubs of the valley Follow ng the corfimonv the bridal party left via Lebanon for a short bridal trip The groom is a sOn of Mr and Mrs Ben P Simms and is an in dust ous young farmer who stands well wIth everybody ands atnembprOf oneof the countys odest families The bride woo is aso a unmberoftrn old family is a daughter of Mr and Mrs John Poiin and is an att active and accompliipd yoing lady with a lHrge circe oC fried Tb y were the recipients of many beautiful presents N Dies at WoocUawn I Mrs Mary Rieddl di d at her homo at Wocdlawn lust ThUS and wis buried ataj Poplar 1at 6nittHry ou Saturday morn og Mrs RieleIwasl 09 years age and was well known in r tIIs county Avheie sho resided or several years before remov ing 10 WooJIawn She was a good ctristian owaJ1aId nqm r d her frieid bvhr Lilluce She issurvivte by uinu children six boys and four illsititt SAged Citizen Dies Mr PVanU Keying who lived n Chapiin lliver north of Pull iam cie1 at his homt last Friday f ofI 4tI age He Wits p t 80 irs If age and had been a cit zn titf his county all uf bis life Witbin es thin one week prior lo his death his uuughler Annie KeeJing dieJ of pntumoj nia The remains ol each wOreI int rrel in tUo family cemetery WIse Mrs James Wise did at her home uearbpringtield iiLL Friday nrt 3r along illness of Tuber elsheel born and re apd in Taytor CJouniy Keutucky She is survived by hor husband Funeral services werd condcud at BethUliem Snurday by Rev H L Purdo i TJ4 avIillIIIUtijtJiJfIUJitidJiJiiJiii fbr ijli tJJtjtjJHjidjtJtititJlJ- a 1 IL C Boblitt Pres T C Tatunv VPres W F Grigsty Sec Treas 1l1FARMERS HOUSEfI i IThe Farmers Warehouse is well lighted wellequipped and every depart ment is in charg pf experienced men We have our own individual auc tioneer Mr CH Richmond who is one of the finest auctioneers in theISouth and a very competent judge of Burley tobacco Mr J F Bishop well known to the tobacco ofths andadJOInIng counties IS on the fl rand will see to it that any tobacco sold at our house brings its full worth 3 V IIBring Your Tobacco to the Farmers House j v lAC BOBLITTGenManager II- f 1 Ifn Ofn t f t f f f r qM t 1lfHf f f f t aud burial was m the cemetery there Boone S Mr Wilson Boone died atot Josephs Infirmary in Louisville Sunday following an operation for gall stones The remains arrived here Tuesday evening and funeral services took place fr in St Dominies Church yesterday Mr Boone was a voun highlyIfor several years past been em plo el bv MrGregorv Edelen lot this county PERSONALS Misses Calh trine and Afleen Rcuiiiiell of Louisville attended Ii e PoJinSimmswedding Miss Carrie BoldricK is very ill at tthe home ot her par nts ctIr and11rs R BI Boldrick 111Vill rfiislo oKvaiid is qu t ill vitl jrefiron JMI3 iii William and son have returruJ 10 iyw Hopa after a visit to Dr and Mrs Trusty Mrs Alex Montgomery of Meade couniy is visiting her parents here Mrs Boldrick ot Lebanon is visiting herson Mr R L Bold rick Mrs IL J Boone is spending al w days in Louisville Mr Ljnitn Barber of Louis villej spent Sunday here Mrs Jennie Talbott was calL- ed to Kansbsoll account of the serious ill nes of her son Mr Sam lunes Elvin Adams Hut The many of Mr Elvin Adams were shocked when on last week III was repored that he had bteo killed betwdon two cars near bis home in Indianapolis Ind However they were glad to learn later that ho been only seriously hurt Under the care of physicians he is progressing as weJus iould be expected and it is thougt that he will recover Mr Adams is a ton ol tIm late Willis Adams who Iitd- in the PenwcK neighborhood Elvin Ad ins lived ih tlie coumy until about 15 years atro when lie rbved to Indianapolis Tobacco Market Darinir the latten part of laSt wpejc here was something of a rusii on the tobacco market every house in town being crowded lo its capacity How ever with excellent fucilites foi handling ttobaono the situation ws qirckly relieved Pi ices this week continue about the SJine hto last 3cek vjiii prices on lower giadtS a trills lover yest rday However Good tobacco as boon in demuid and persons who brought god to bacco to market hve uniformly gone away alisneu In The Courts Mtnday ya3 the regular term of tho Washington Quartly Court with Judge Yankey pie siding Therb was a large docket but none of the contested cases were tried rut Several judgments were taken by defautt and several continuances Last Saturday W4s the regular tarmcf Esquire Rievs U urt tlere wd 8 one conk ted aVtAth ment case which Vaa tned out 1J I l t II SPECIAL LOW ii PRICESI J For 10 Days III i d I IIII I l on sheetings table Napkins Towels Crashes Tickings Shirtings etc ON T Thread 4c spool 1 IIMadras I a feW ladies Cloaks and Suits also atot of I IIMenS Suits and Overcoats at afPrJcejr j 0 r q rwe selllI fur Cash and can and will undersellotheis i I prices on all sheeting bleached arid brc wru q6ftiE lSkt f ticking and shirting f I r IISpecial Vj t 2 5c I1 r reductions on table linen napkins and towels athb are being advanced by the importers s r i lr IIBigrgai frugsnsin all kindsj of Shoes t Big reductions in price of Rugs Garpetis Matting IIt will pay you to buy now as all of the above items will advance shortly to show goods hare Will appreciate a callFIINotrouble RobrtsomC1aybrooke Co It rntd I Jtat IJ x = I iS ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS I i WHAT IT WILL COST TOSEE i QRThsI1Ncw IILIRRJV4L OF 15 REX Springfield 1 V SLUJrEPING CAR FARE 4 00 TO 450 EACH J iI I To Approximate Total CostFQr Round Trip Estiint for five days board and lodging at 100 day in the bestprlvate bones or 2 00 I c per day nt good hotels to whifh add above railroad and pullman fares Applyjto L N Agent for Printed of Roaming Houses and tJwiJ 1 Sheriffs Sale For Taxes By virtue of taxes due the State of Kentucky and Washington county for the years indicated below I or one of my deputies will on MONDAY JANUARY 25 1915 offer for sale at the Court House donr in Springfield Ky the property de scribed below or so muchas will satisfy the tax and foats Precinct No 4 toj 8 acres of land listed in name of H M1 Satterly for tho year 1914 tax and cost J88 Ore acre of land listed in the name of Robert Harden tax and cost for the year 1014 8231 acres of land listed in the name of J H Pearson heirs for the year 1914 tax and cost 414IFour acres of land listed in the name of Ben Key for the year 1914 tax and cost640SH R EDbLEMAN S W C No Attoneys were present and the case cf Chester against Car ney was continueJ it involves a controversy over the alleged sale ot a tobacco bed L Latest War News GERMANY Yarmouth Orower Kiiig s L nn Beestorj She ill hlim and sndtin ham the Kings aie werd the targets ofan aerial raid made laut night by a Ger l bun aifcraft fleet A Zeppelin blOUKhtldowni atllYarmtt where several persons were kill ed awL numbers of houses ale said to huvo been Uestroyed The German air fleet is believed to hixvo come Irora CuxhayeD which would necessi ate a flight over the North Sea of 150 miles lu an Interview Lieut den von Fplkenhayn German Min iaVer of War and Chief of Staff states that tho Germans are ready to carry on the war indef initely He praised the bravery Round Trip From I Tickets on Sale Dally Feb 916 P1L1DEOFQXrRBU4I per the List i9 Pal 4i i + t i New GroC8ij r if On Saturday January 20th 1wJU open a grocery rn the building next i i f door to the Walton hotel and will carry J an u todate line of j 1 iiSaple and FaRC GroceriesG iiWill pay the highest prices fFor tcountry produce fwill seilvitrfcf f ly for CASH therefore vqn fan get the closest prices qn all Joods j J I would appreciate my friepds giving me a calla guarantee a Y square deal i s B THOMISQN I i of the British soldier but crit icises the officers sevtiely AUSTRIA The Russians are said tot have been repulsed witn heavy llosesi- n Sou h Bukpwini RUSSIA Tbe rout of tha Turlush army is complete and the Russians in heir puisujt are taking man prisoners and cap to ring supplies HafdTirnesAndT1ki- aUnoe Walt Musoq remuxks thatujf talk would make the wheel go roun3wed ne eiihave barJtiae3h Which is merely auotherwiy of saying as they sometimej Jay io dry towns thai talk is cheap butit takes mt ney to bay hiskey Reailj Jta Ipt St of folks who seenvta enjoy tall ing lugubriously about hard times would cut out the conver sation and get JUSf doing something with their brans indhand Ithey would soon forget Udr j troubles and would Rive the bnT ance of the world a much nedid rest We like Uncle Walt Masons cheerful pbIlophylIts good to dispel the blu i anti eyerybody Quht to rMUl OBae of hh productions atlt Mveral times a week Frankfort JoUraal l 4lr vlh ve for sdl r f l hif rade JerMr CJowa fmm i to 7 yeara old WLTIIa W1iLLs P ono 5 SprIala 2 R 3 ii J I rJl8JJI 5LtNI Ppi a MMt Uufi Jn p the wrar7ltTheJ j IS WHl 8fh4 a i D1M = Re fIi1r iIufl I i i reJl i IYPS4J rJ tBerat Upton theel epta of publicity on r f Hi IH tlrvnl life is Med d In Tfti eM Urto briafctw pfcblemi dSItbs fcHMW to the forefroaf The lWFih1 art ttazomed upon the JmkMVM Qt the metropolItan dall v MML tKiKW ia the cpuatrr press W OWtrottbiM ef the farmers are f MMMt t zetpt by those who Iftk t prott by the story and the flitter ltlle package ofttlmes o- tIwirea iltf MWtace Searching in 4ttetio 1ato the needs of t4e Is SUrmtn will reveal many Inherent d0 t hi oereeee Ic system that can W Mtiy remedIed when properly un iWii +t asdUlumlBated by the pow IthpreauTh rmral prew the pulpit and the 1CIiIet are a trinity of powerful in flatacM that the farmer must utilize rthr fvUest capacity before he can putrJD tfairt TheM gigantic agencies are orgMiHd la every rural community MM oily await the patronage andc- Qifua of the farmers to jr lff Ithcb eMIU and jThVyare local forces workingbullLLfila Wet iateresta of their r S corawMltif Their work Is to BllliSr object btoserve They proffer only through the development and protperity of the community Every farmer la thla state should ah eribft for the local paper as well fcum jjertodlcala and such other pittifeaiUftiB as he may find profitable atkeBhofild by all means subscribe sfbrjito local pprand no home Efl5KA probIiJ jjftke local problems and moeLL e ShuiM deal with subjects of vMtJpe tance to local life of the ii1tytJ TI1 A Nellie Task Ja too many Instances the country IoIIl1lmic the city press by glv it3r3KoiMBce to scandals accidents eat politic agitation The new rrl dvfliiattea hag placed upon the xjgttvMpif renewed responsibilities t MTealirged possibilities for useful MHL tt tannot perform its mission to acrievltare by recording the frailties r Ue mishaps and Inordinate am- Utlefij of humanity or by filling IB- cahuoBBI with the echoes of the strug rgg of tusy streets or by enchanting Btefles of city life which lure our iIchUdrea from the farm Itthu11 higher and nobler task j TM ofteatht pages of the fcristle with the 11gg1eof aea In their wild lust for personalII t May t1Ate Barnes of MifciftMr the tender buds of new eIYtMm Ulumlhate the path- wY iodst7licUon The rural Press J1stthe goTeratng power of public fcentl aeMt t wt sold steadfast to JTpIIepTand keep the ship of state iIK the roadstead of progress The4 rural press cari test serve the Inter I ettg oftle farmers by appyIng Its eiWIH ito the solution of problems f alfeetUrthe local community It dt ItItIlia the mighty life current roving from the farm to the sweeping before it a thousand d trls pcirdaY Jt has to deal II fua amental problems ott at theIr fountain head Its ig to direct growth teach ef l Jkkacy and mold the Intellectual lifcS ef Ute c placing before the pub t lie the daily problems of the farmers aad Civier first attention to the leg fchiUve operative educational and aecialne s of the agriculturalI classes rkhlniltat respective community I 119 F wer of Advertising The iafluenpe of advertising Is clear ly Yt lbleln the homes and habits of tho farmers and the advertising eell umns of the press are making their imprint upon the lives of our people Transfer possesses the things that aboet advertUM The farmer Is entitled to all the dVtake and deserves all the lux vurles of life We need more art act eijce and useful facilities on the farms and many homes and farms arfe well balanced In his respect butt thj advertiser can repder it service yteacblng the advantages of modern equipment throughout the columns o the rural press t jTljejfarm rs are In need of perednal lekienhlp They have political lead ers but they need local Industrial community lad educational leaders Ill PQNY Ffip THE MARKETr rI SlSc PilIIty That a Supply of 1 Beautiful Wood Can Be iVV Aired 1 1 rAfter the rubber industry Is well ftablished the pert venture in trop iioal planfatfons may well be the JgfQwiDg of mahogany The markett or audi a crop is assured No other wood lies the perennial popularity off deUghvt Natural supply is Decreasing while thejleinantl is growing greater each day put a cultivated supply isfcot reachfA posses 7 jjpfts In West Africa is of interest in this ejection It seems t att1 goodsized town in southern Nigeria agoDitV42C f fyvfmwp iy uwc BiivyJL this X boganyti growing 1to i IwfwBif Sixty years is too long to rlBtifoif returns on capital but cab iwttfi9tersrdioti need trees ten feett 75tkrtu Travelers tales are a poor pfeuk lifr exact computations but iit tam Mftpriily certain fcat ma- Mf ay uses rightly handledwil f 3wt Acmf fe to make their cult i i 1J WrimTetfanpnl If this Wift fce worlday escape the hoc laqfss and paper Morr I ttJfi Jkir aIL- F I C r r iI5ii11TITIII iL Y wn- T rdlotI 11- III T j A rc t is as Tie News teader7 Louisville Post II w I of 1 t Daily01 II HomeH andd Ffarmr l of y iis 4liF In A And 24Page War tlasIlH All these one atlas for p II i D 11 8 r By Madge Lester had won her crown uf laurels with ease From a slip of a country girl play- Ing in amateur she had ascended to the heights of dramatic art When Sir John Qiltroy was presented to her at the home of Lord at whose home a house party was given in her honor he knew that the one woman ho courted Madge with British deternit nation Before Lqrd Dan vers invitation Madge had asked the privilege of solitude for an hour or- t two ti day that she might study up her part for the of her new play had told Lord Wtto 5L must work when you arq aU shooting grouse and landing salmon And you know so little of me I am deeply honored by your love but J feel that our paths are so different they are so widely separated that it would be difficult to got the best out of life under those conditions knowing it Madge swayed slightly tpward him His arms went swiftly about her and his lips covered her own before she could stir I will give you another fortnight to think it over he said You will know then if you love me quickly to her room Having returned to her In town Madge became entirely occupied with her new She had decided when she first saw her part that the littler trunk full ol clothes with which she had come to from the country would costume the role as no other cktbas would The trunk was always with 1her It was the closest link with the past and a treasured When Madge opened it tolook over Its contents she had not realjzed that a tumult of emotion would sweep her The longing to get back the old farm brought tears to her eyes and when she picked up the old pink that had clung to her curly head through rain and through shine Madge wept softly into its faded No No she told herself vehe could jiot marry a titled personage and tie myseK down to con city life She gazed fondly at her and quaint little frilled and her Sunday hat with the pond lilies on it They were suited to her part In the new play and Madge decided that ou una she wouhrl only3a25 play her season in uouaou nuu well fn New York then retire from the stage She pulled down her masses of auburn hair dressed it in ringlets put the pink sunbonnet on and her Sunday gingham and viewed herself in the mirror Madge laughed with delight she hid gone back to nature and she drew in a deep breath in scenting the ap pIe blossoms So was she that she had nbt heard the bell ring nor did she know that her maid had admitted Sir Johr Oiltroy She turned suddenly and looked into hs laughing eyes He took both of her hands hl own and her from head to foot Well If I bad known you when you were a wee girl like that you would never have been crowned by theatrical laurels and I would never have been a baronet I would have married you and kept you out on the farm with me Younot a barondt How could You help it Madgo the while she realfzed that nhe must give this man whettier that way led through town mansions or con try lanes t I won my title he said simply It Is a degree of honor and not At hoart i long for tho vastness ol country life I am a farmer by birth and n baronet by endeavor He drew Madgo nearer to Urn and looked fondly beneath the sunbonnet I have come for my answer dear he said My answer Madge softly by the McCIuro Newspa per Syndicate An The engine had gone to pieces thc screw revolved no more and the yacht of the millionaire rolled the trough of the sea signaling for help wns th wlreles operator He was by the owner of the craft wiali said the latter that you would ad vise my wife Iq Brooklyn of our acct tent Shall I tell hdr the engine is broken slrt asked the wireless man By no means exclaimed tho Those bald words would be to the sensitive wonfcrf Send her a mcssiige which whlj nt the truth willmake her think our accident is only a trivial one Tell her our scvow driver la broken Some Ctolf Statistics i Golf is only 24 years old in America caddies alone for 1250U 000 Makers of are evident hy not the who de rive their profits froth ifvalry But then the oi ly losses in curred by excessive gotf are time money and temper One professor afao charges it with large numbocs of boysto fritter caddy with 1ls ears open dnA learn a lot more than bad and if careful can save enough to stint in business that ia if be does not become rich enough fo retire Many caddies Ic we allfa 11 This Offer is Good During January Only Ii r SEND ALL ORDERS TO HieINewsLeader Springfield Ky LAURELS AND DOROTHY DOUGLAS comoaratlve theatricals Danvers lifeJ following accepting forthcoming production dearlplbllceven IWithout wentcapartment production Broadway possession rover sunbonnet depthsSmentJyI ventlonal ginghams petticoats admirably Assuredly Imagination engrossed surveyed questioned histfway hereditary whispered IsyesC- opyright Important Implement helplessly Anxiously apprqacbtl mil- liOnaire dljrcomforting tranBgresilng est1matthataccounting armamohts qulymanufactprers encouraging uNIversity encouraging llsed1nlanguage prorassors The Atlas is worth morethan ak for 1 SUNBONNET Puts Value on Sneezing sneeze Is the automaticbouncer of unwelcome guests sold Dr Wal terA Wells In an address before the members of the Keep Wells a wom ens organization for the study of good irQalth at Washington Doctor Wells had reference to the nose and throat as highways for disease A great many people he said ba lievo that the important function 6t tile nofee is Vie sense of smell am they seldom think of this organ a ono of respiration The sense of smcl is only of secondary Importance whes its chief functions are considered Thp nose is the organ of respiration second only to the lungs in import ance New Method of Finding Longitude The novel method of finding longl tude lately tried by Professor Lipp irmnn the French astronomer is the comparison of simultaneous photo graphs of the sky taken at two sta zenith being shown by an arti ficial star tho difference in the places of natural stars very accurately Indi cates tho difference In longitude and If the longitude of one place Is known that of the other can be fixed with an uncertainty claimed to be only a fe- wtietnerhas ten or fifteen A Judicial Joke You are charged with being intoxl cated Your lmrr1rn wife made mo go Bhtpij vidi lLr jtsttrdjjf afternoon I see And after mo dry goods stores closed you continued to shoj- lraJ 2 fn ll1H wrt o- nMORE j SI ENGTHI FOR OLD PEOPLE Mrs HutchisonEighyOne- Years OIdUses No OthI er Tonic but Vinol and ReQI iommends It tto Friends Greenville SC It is with pleasure haysderivedI years lam 81 years oldand I find Vi apjetiteVinol is the only tonic reconstructor I have used for several years I have rayfriendsfactory Mrs M A HUTCHISON Greenville S C Such cases as the above are constantly Inthisvigdrates old people we would not be able to supplyHhe demand Jt is the tissue building curative ele theb1oodol tonic iron contained in vinol that r upstrengthMen and for All rundown conditions remedyforchronlc If it falls to benefit any ono whotxies it we return your money l C8 s on tneir Lflp Ihirid Falrchlld vho has hunted theIvvrrld over for plahs of economic value and Intttxivccd them Into this country has communicated some teresting facts about Insects to ourI National Geographic society which haafn turri nlveai them to tho publli Ho says tt1o champion aeronaut is the king grasshopper which has the abil ity to jump one hundred times its efjgth and can sail for k thcusaud jlles before the wind The cricket described asa pcwerfiil singer ItsI nrlll note sometimes being heard aItIe away The males alone are luslcal and the females listen to heir melodious woolngs with ears hlch are on their forelegs Dilhg musical It would hardly be expected hat they would bo such flghterc among themselves as they areor cat album eating each other when there s not enough other food at hiiud The ants are described ns communists brcaufo the individual interest li merged in the community Theirs 1s a female rights colony The workers are females tho soldiers are females Iponelays all tim eggs for the colony Thus males are but mates for the young queens Tbo Christian Herald Arc Light and Echoes To Improve tho acoustic properties of a largo hall at the University of nols an electric arc light was used to assist the investigators in locating the sources of sound disturbance The acoustical properties of tb room were wrctcjied at the start butt by a serjcs of experiments within the auditorium Itself following careful studies in tho laboratory the trculie hns beau practically cured Echoes were located by means ol an alternating current ate lllbt a beam from which accompanied by theI hissing sound of tho arc was directed to various parts of the room ThoI paths of the light rejections wereIraced and verified by the sound A complete acoustical survey wtit thus made of the auditorium resulting finally in the hanging of curtains andIcanVases in various parts of the room seas to stop the reverberatlops En glneerlng Record Fire Chief Made Time Fire Chief John Kenlon had R rather novel experience in reaching an earlyI morning blaze recently When four Alarms wore sounded for a fire at a yacht and engine plant at MorrisI Heights In The Bronx the s chief hopped into his red automobile and started for the northern borough At Lenox avenue and 127th street the en gina went dead This didnt stop- the chief for he ran to the nearest L station and rode to the viaduct atIEighth avenue and 155th strqet where he spied a private touring car AfterI waking up thy chauffeur nail flashing his badge he jumped in and wasI whisked up Sedgwlcfe avenue as heI nald later hitting only the high IIPOtsi until horeaohed the fire Tho chauf feur admitted it was the fastest clip he had over driven and added that his speedometer must have thought V Vs its birthday New York TrIbune r H IHECQURGHASll A SOCIAL CENTER Broader Sphere for Religion New Field for the Rural Church Dy Peter Radford Lecturer National Farmers Union The social duty of the rurall church much a part of its obligations its1 spiritual side In expressing ocial Interest the modern rural does not hesitate to claim that Is expressing a true religious tinct and the oldtime idea that the instincts should be starved hile the spiritual nature was over with solid theological food Is fat iving way to a broader Interprcta oli of tho functions of true religion We take our placa In the succession ot those who have soughtto make the orld a fit habitation for the childrenI man when we seek to study andtunderstand the social duty of the rural church The true Christian re liglon is essentially socialIts tenets faith being love and brotherhood and fellowship While following after righteousness the church must chal lenge and seek to reform that social order in which moral life Is ex pressed While cherishing Ideals otI senice the rural church which to tains the fullest measure of success that which enriches as many lives s It can touch and in no way can tho church tome in as close contact with its members as through the venue of social functions The country town and the rural community need a social center Tie church need offer no apology for Its ambition to fill this need in the corn munity if an understanding of its mission brings this purpose Into clear cpnscfousness The structure ota r community Is exceedingly com plex It contains many social groups each of which has its on center but there are many localities which have but one church and although such church pftnnnt command the Inter r at of all the people It Is relieved rom tho embarrassment of religiously divided communities Social Needs imperatiVe The average country boy and girl have very little opportunity for real enjoyment and haveas a rule a vague conception of the meaning of pleasure and recreation It isto fill J this void in the lives of country youth that the rural church has risen to entertainImembership among the young The children and young people of theI church should meet when religion Is r not even mentioned1 It has heed found safest for them to meet frc quently under the direction ahd cara of the church To send them Into the world with no social training exposes them to grave perils and to try to keep them out of the world with no social privileges is sheer folly There is a social nature to both old and young but the social requirements of the yuung are imperative The church must provide directly or indirectly some modern equivalent for the husk ling bee the quilting bee and the sing ling schools of the old days In one way or another the social Instincts of our young people must have oppor tunity for expression which may take the form of clubs parties picnics or other forms of amusement One thing is certain and that is that the church cannot take away tIne dance the card party and the theatre unless it can offer In Its place a sat isfying substitute in the form of more pleasing recreation Universal instinct for Play In providing for enjoyment the church uses ono of the greatest methods by which human society has developed Association is never secure until It Is pleasurable In play the In stlnctlvo aversion of one person for another is overcome and tIne social mood la fostered Play is the chief educational agency ih rural commun ities and In the playday of human childhood social sympathy and social habits are evolved As individuals come together in social gatherings their viewpoint is broadened their ideals are lifted and finally they con stituto a cultured and relined society It is plain therefore that the Church which alms at a perfected so ciety must use In a refined and ex altcd way tko essential factors In social evolution and must nyall Itself of the universal instinct for play If the chUrch surround Itself with social functions fvhfch appeal to tine young among Its membership it will fill a largo part of the lamentable gap In rural pleasures and will reap the richest reward by promoting a higher and bettor type of manhood and womanhood Venomous Cinder Beetle The cinder beetle hitherto considered as a tranquil little parasite that devoted Itself exclusively to rails spikes and other railroad property inns developed some new and alarm ing symptoms according to a letter to tho Coolldgo Enterprise from Judge Adna P Grlstlebone r The cinder beetle has lately become vicious ahd worse than thatIts bite has been followed by poisonous fection Last Wednesday so the judge writes a fast train tore through Coolidge without stopping Suddenly It came to a halt half a mile down the track and the engineer was seen to climb down examine the cylinders and the piston rod and then throw up his hands in despair A cinder beetle had jumped from tho track to the cow catcher and with one bite of its venomous fangs had killed the engine After a delay of a few hours a relief engine wearing a flynot arrived and pulled the train on Its way Kansas City Star t Explained at Last DIxJ wonder why a woman never throws straight Do you suppose It Is due to some fault in the construction of her arms DixNot at alll It Is due to the tact that n woman never throws UilhgBunj til she Is so mad she cannot ceo t straight r Not a Mathematician JudgoWh t Is your occupation W4tncBsrm an expert on figures JudgeOh a mathematician ehT rWitnessNo your honor I selectt the chorus girls for the musical come dies TTt STOMACH TROUBLE FFORF1VETyEtSkR Majority of Friends Thought Mr Hughes Would Die But V One Helped Him tto Recovery t Pomeroyton Kyln InleFesHng vices from this place Mr AJJ Hughes writes as fojlovVs I waVdqwn with stoinach trouble for five 5 years and would have sick headache so dat times that t thought surely I would die- II tried different treatments but they id not seem to do me any good I got so bad could not eat or sleep ad all my fri nds e cept one thought I would die He advised me to try Fhedfords BlackDraught and quit takuigrolher medIcines dcMMl It take his advIce although I dkTuo hivt any confidence In ItI have now beetf taking BJackDrWfiif forttiree months and ithii cun iL haven Iliad those awful sick htikiclm I t smceI began using It J am so Thankful for what BlAdc Draught has done for me iSThedlordsfound avery valuable medldaeior de rangements of the stomach imdIlver It is composed of pure vegetable herbs contains no dangerous iIngredieatt g ni acts gently yet surely Jt caa be freely used by young and old aadfihouMbf kept In everyfamily chest Get a package today JOnly a quarts t t A Postal BrigThisS i Eooi 2 Ai 1 oIt is freeit tells how you cap pke localand long distance telephone ser vice in your homeat very small cos ft ryVrr Send ffor it today Write nearest 1Sill Tele phone Manager or Jr rFARMERS LINE DEARTMEr4T j Cumberland Telephone ana Telegraph Company INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY DIVORCEYOURSEJF From Dirt Dust and Drudftry I 4 Combination PneumaticSwcmcRelease from broom ing and lifting f1rure fad front dagerou iu Uim of dust and germs that are rinsed by use ef Ac teen and the lId fwrnoned caipet sweeper caa be iMMiJ by fSweeperwhicbcreates powerful suctioa force which draws out all and dust fouadinyourrugsand cstpebandMtiesse time the revolvins brush picks up lintpiaa tIIreads ravelicgt etc are made in tbeesoet and told under a rigid guarantee rot one year You nay try a Dost kya yourown home for days free of Chtrge For more detailed lafortnatton write TODAY WantUL Jill z IChildren Cryfor Fletchers Tho Kind You Have Always Bought and wlilci has in use fur over 30 years has borne tire sJgrnattire ot J pcrri5ucsew5 Allbv no ono to deceive you Inthis AU Counterfeits Imitations rind u Tastui good are Imt Experiments that trHI with and endanger tlf9tucalthTo1f Tufunts and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTOPJA-Cajrtoria is a Imrmlcss sulistituto for Castor Oil Tnro STorlcr Dropsand Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant fit conthirg neither Ophtm 2Hori Juno nor oUter Narcotic siibtaiico its tgo Js its g1 trazitce It destroys Worrns anti allays Foverislmess Jt urcs T5Inrrlioca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles climes Con tlpati9 anti Flatulency It nssiirIIatcs tine Food rcgnlntestlio Stoiuacu mid Jithveisigrhlrjr healthy and naturaslep- The Childrens Panacea tiio Mothers Frjend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAyS Bears the Signature of c 4 jdll Jhe M YU Have Always Bbfight- Sn Use Fef Over 30YearsII ctnT ut CQUA1V tr rtanr new TMHter St ==lotEYSIIOMANDfG ftodgL eer cMfdsnz afa uN opintaa tahaItatiouottbebuLDnestswba4I 1e