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11ithAbaih 1 teit9 tothO1 taiit4jiattIieThntli ftrsimiidespeclul f 4i1Iduy4 iC 1w lrossedf Tilth the Mmportnnce of nb sfchilousness nnd that lujr cJiTja should under 4 orn at4vOraI- eut1buPtt i UD onteijs pnr ents realized to rhatxtent parents may gIyoi- nentaj dml pbrst l iTic a D r ing iii the IIlIl col strength to their children nutlll would boon the alert to nduvv their offspring tiivorably According to Divine promise Sam son was to be one of Itn ls JutlgCc Deliverers The d is IttdeDttromIt nntlvery Intelligent us 1lacfi Htcs but prohibited their muUing any i Iron Inipjeuients orilohigniiykthilU b1aelug work In this wann- r r tkeythetthfl1sraelltestnztsIec1cspeobag i iSaSison work for bfS people must jiotte uiasurebywerelyDJofr etthesaSfl1va1ureTtfngjireto their whiuitflelds In ligenIouslyetc Doubtless his chlef jvprk was one of reviving the spirit of hIs pooplu wild t hall become thoroughly hopeless under tfieoppressfon ofHielr inomies The it r lI 1tlfdOt1bIJI1J Vdsvqtet4Ills life to delivering his IICOJtef3 from their enemies must have been tj greit stimulus to imtrlotlsm awl nn encouragement to return to te IntiW Pomtoto Oo Rcrrembsrcd l must not f rgt tbat the Jew fp serenot itVijr Christiana Vtfnvu t ttypilrablc to t tht Jilnjfc Aecordlugtt the ScriptnreB T Jbrtot and tht iutlon lfI nioi 1Itti Vfluse of orrnutiii FJebrws a5 Ih Vi1it wer pn nibed invjtie bte sIngB Ijiirfifoportiim as they served fhfftjnvlv 6ib Dlvlbt liiw jrhlcli dW nut cil 1lhcm tfi lw mints hi too hls ilaii Veuse or tlutt word VX1iOthQrdbtTr4iflt 1Thtw eut1w Jew lid tuft 1isu1iJthiitJ this fortner u iiij1 l1t m IJI1XIVI n Awhulc Uie Int t rI cprnute4 HiArlfhuF blessings with temppR adversities uml trials l t faith patience love and loyalty UIIIl5sthiNI distinction Iiutwecn tile two Ages and be5 two Laws be borne Iii mlnd we Sbfl1tVUt1fltiflhlyieIfl4iii1flCIt1t3V According to the Lap Sanwon jvas rated as o very faithful sreautf- GodtIlI falUifalneRH winshMod hyhls Joyalty to the lUvlne refinlremenus and VtnisrneIGVs eoetIope lite foltii was eoptlnunyy manifested In nil Jja did and his lire was useO svnthiiieoblei He la ntJlnsitn- Ayojpiit WoihyTftok U ifirljb tyaa in ityp Tupiiiivr n rhrfcMhii nor iS iivJdciirltl In uiiniy respect lie lItpidJjCu the si1 imt lbRfuIlCUlI J ff jiLitJf lr1 IifItnI Thf Hay Satrnnri ithi IbruV stnlte Fi4 wiwsr tSltIrlrvJtv Miy Li fMJGt ut tfltt w rninre- ii ChlkrttUtar tiiut- 111r1tJt 1t jtLnjdW- V uruisiimem but reie to hear b nulnil tIkW-tittiiqtlun 1ei tIPS j Irt4jPeft1f nlt tilt iirIti WdtlIIllollopttta1III q tue Phiphet nitd lOthiT nntt VVoiilttes fo moet1icni to aeeoiupItaJ nit TJlvlne PUrlOtS put ChrWIai ltgrede1v C1SpIrIt or 1olttonto uudobiigtIltjufidedJnVRSJ Hnd sh6 betrayed tilni Whlfe ir peptJ Ills fsSMld cut IibPibiliiiid t nd him to lib unomkK lllO t1ctoJtfntl to him hut hts bit iini1 tl ruliur1t tht mUla tCngl1OU 1t11 i ttjeyjiroi8sht Hlhi I ntOnI1etWCdflVJiZflhLlLjie I11L W1IfIi pu11bort V1iiiildIiig unl vriin IlrnNJJltf tl hl1r jv tliee und fitnled 111 till oiitin 7nfJDQft tlarnijgtto In i61tJdlllng ut jbtr rtojlt 4OrqberefOJefJr tbc HlllUturci bla pepplea thflV bno htthcotncr exiferieucos of his riNoticeilB j 4Jkcajm s Jittst tieeiste I Mrs4lalJi- a i jV JtTrmItJni dease L wilL pre cint smn 1Jr Vento Jt11ol denIgneiIon or ttefoieth JLyofIetai7jfl15 Vi5I Li4iijou AdpttI 1 r 7 j7flJ3 J NI3Wsr =LEADI3R7 fELD Why These Personalities r l s Jls Id be rggreitod that hIfts card brannounReinaiil Mi A 0 F atieshonid c sLhis platform- upbothe plane ufpersorfnitiPSi 1trjODerm Itt Jlr NVwman MlB ysworlli and Mr Cherry have all anacunced thecselv sa cc1frand irbe from penro 1Utq and dborsequuntly ratifying o Ue atyItales Senator fafctweeuMrStauleyand Mr Ben baQ lut but iQ entljij ended a bnpaiiztuted for bit ltrrnesa and j4c nifHiHtf ml Ihep ople ataln nomkid tigive encouf A 2oifijt to amtheC caai lgnpfJfle hal1Cer IitW5fcard Mr Stanley takes xJccaSioiitoassaiLMr Percy Haly and MrThQmisRoeB Mr Rhea1 theient State Treasurer efe UtoiJiial inipoi taitofficeVby the Denocrai ic par yj andiVnoir a candidate for State Auditor RJrVHaly aprvaWi citizen who seems to be trfie target for several arpivbecauOfbisunswervipg-r fdyalty to his frf etids Mr Stat u pretended grievancaagainst Mtr Rbea is because he claims MrRbe bas not doio his duty by the peop e as a member of tine Board of Valuation and sses mentat Franhfort and tbisj r elg made inface of the fact that the assessments referred hav e been iincreased m toj ousands of dollars in the ur years and actions are now pending before Judge Cochrri1 iu the United States Distritt ourt 10 still father incre se these assessments of the rail rimdsol Kentuc1yV lit mat lri not who receives the emocratic nomination fur Gov thor he witl have Active Rejuu can opposition It therefore behooves each of the candidates tt so contluTct his campaign that can not ne said that he is furn bisblnh f6o andlcomlor to b Marion Facm Mrs Mary Garrico has moved into tiie Pope Cottage on Main treet and aesires her friends to itow she will hS glad to do plain sewing will make af peciaiiof childrens clothes I Tract No Beginning at astoiie in Mrs tWbVthence with her W 145 poles and 16 Untidy to at tote holLer to said wilh another of her 79 VVX 2v4iok to a c sam N 25 V 33 to corner 10 then 51 W 910 poles lto P Tin corner of Knpb Lick pikr tuetf a ong the iIS1i LlOpoiei8 1itd road oppOiitaa st m i corner J hotnesload land df oKirl1 t atu thm w th uile of saitJ i st d S J4i K PV pOJeSl 10 s ne near a ajxa UJiouse thuiij 58 poTes toastoiiB in a wh e1 AVell Known Here QapVN R Onristie aged 79 Iyeal t known etiizans of the county Iiorty before 12 oclock Tulsday njat theJioine of IMS dughier Mri WB Browo near Jenick Dealhcnme afel toitropt yers He had been in poor sllockfhisJrexpiced Afewveeks ago I Suffered a stroke of buj he had recovered ufnYieKtly lob able to uuine ton Abqut tttn days ago ulTec 1a second stroico which left htm in1if a weakened condition Capt Christie was boru in Aduir county Jan 16 1830 andIr was a son of John and Elizabeth ianlcevtiycs of Virgjuiaj At the outtI f croak of tHe Civil War be joined tire aud became a 111itfattry He served turoughuutt e war wiih distinction and s frQrCaptamfrQr county jand became on i of the countys mOst successful faroferd Cap Chriftia was a go d j citizn He W8Sft man uf indom itable will power and courageous bearing and possessed a retentive memory He was unitedin mar riige to a Miss Stiver of Taylor county who prece edh m to theI gnive several jearjigo bur vivaigjbim are two sons J Bur land Christiej oftlik couuts and Clarence C Curistie of Fayette fofheld1IBrovn ftfd were1 cdnd i Mrdi oflhcem Iettey ut ctapel Lebanon Enterprise Od Papers foi Sale F Joe t at 1 I TJnu Bs one 2 oh I m f he to he 25 fceir Qf a llipkory- trea also in the said fqnce s I stoe also 18 in S of a post rlI this f nee to which a tfeiieis ti stoiie flEi3I a IIdt busl then aong und 5ih the line of aillplle S 194 E 35 i5 poes ton ppittt in center br said roadI a stone coiner to lot two the ce WJ h a iinoDf lot two N SiE 152 polos to beainv ritbg containing I J t i t Jas afore tliirl N 2X1 V pl polE 19 to astonem said ICall The Doctor II r James Tuseyof thq tdfd an unusual act last week when he Insisted on paying 10tt teieston his subscription wlii h lift lid alluweJ to run over after jits expiration It wis first time iin our experience that a man l ever con te tided ihit our being IVany4ho takes the county piper ttok dbiigalionjliabilityII i fession would bea pleasure andf goJaJ1ciUzjust sold histobncco t an iyl itge of 14 cents KeiticJVfcr On The Farm r t- tt Onu of Boone countys best farmers said to the Rico der re cenOycIdo hot see how some farmers get along at all a das ago I had ab occasion tomaka trip several Sxiieinthe country and observation among which were the following Oti one frm a mowing machine and huyrake wore eft iu the me dow where they were last u ej on fdima turning plow a liar row rdpotinij in a fence corner avrai ing the return of the season fqr their use on ahotber farm a binder was housed in a fenc corner atid at another placrt anengine and boiler that had cost several hundred dollars vfere abandoned whore llest SEed- yto be devoured by the rust No yunder overtakes those w hareso unmindful of their lihteresta It Jersey Cows For Sale i VSsI have fo sale four goodhigli- grade Jersey Gowa from 2 tonyears old Ji o Iny NALTER V IrLIA IS Phone 45Y Springtield RR3 Get your horses ready for the lUth annual Horse sale which wilt be held in Springfield on the 20th day 0r at Brown Case Livery Stable kLE In the District Court ofthe United States for the District VS6f Kentucky r Inthe matter of Joe KCheatham Bankrupt By virtue of an order of sale of the District Cour of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky in the matter Joe It Cheatham Bankrupt will on i Saturday Jon 30 1915 w Proceedto offer for sale on the prtmises of Cheatham about one and one tluithighes and best bidder public auction upon a credit ot 6 12 andJ8 months the i f b line N52 Wimsattsr1hLnc Tin0 7pohsand stoe- orrflt fllt poles amp S foe the j the t itA paralysis Urjh5nrmy Mavs jfehcQ north f is line cross KI19blLiclered center opposite 25 Ue B2a resITrctNd2 i 1Edlland Jirbs the t tII the tIS Carelessness Why few covering madjea few anotherT and were times 9 February and Western of following described property Vimsect lino corner 10 lot ones wthence1loftllis burvey b ti W 152 T poles to a point in tho centar 0 s lihi Knob Licl pike corner to sjid 1lot one theirc with the ceiltur of the said pi UK S lUi 5 tpoles and 9 links to a oint in liH center of said pike opposite a stone thence s J L 4 a 25 poles to a oint in center of said puce corner to R U Ediejen thence with his hue N 80J E CO 1pules to a st ne corner to said EJelen thence With his Tine N H E 34 poes to a stone of Spring Grove corner to said Edtlen j with his line Nll43 44 9tQ po1 cs to a stone corner to saniej thnehwith Jineof ajme N 54 l polps und 16 links to the begin t ining containing 88 acres 1 rodI and 4 poleo Sad property will be offered separately und then as a whoIakid sold in the way to realize most money ICThe pujfcKasers will be required to execute bonds payable to the Trustee for thed j purchase price with approved security or sureties bearing legal interest from date oftJsale ntilpaidand having the force and effect of a replevin bond Bidders will be pared to comply promptly with these terms prcb eAtsame time and place I will al sseJt one good horse t Truseel h SM CAMPBELL Auctineer mlpUHNG 7 fRUIT tREES i A Few Suggestion on How l1i Should be Done From Kentucky Experi 1 nient Station = fjAb this seiaon of the sear it become imperative that toe man wJtp iintsnds to produce fruit of even fair qualtyor in abundance turn his attention to the correct pruning and spraying oflJ1s ir4iorviesV Ip vie v of this fagt H is U oughtVseasorbte to offer a few sugtetiqns on pru inlng f WHY WE PUUNB- jx l To modify the vigor of the plant 2 To produce fruit that will Ijfii larger and better 3 To keep the tree in proper arid convenient shape j To cl ango ttiCtbabit rf thcto pJ5 To remove superfluous or ipji red parts 6 To facilitate spraying and liar vesting1 7 To train the tree in spme desired form fV PRUNING FRUIT TREES Pruning is a necessity where good Jruit is desired An un pruned llte can nevtr be exped ited qlJjlhyitVef cease pruning for a few ears the fruit has a tendency tci grow smaller and loses its coloi and flavor necause the air and sunlight jdoes not pass thru the thick branch s Many Hd cchard3 hive beep tiHiflrc d for sr me time and as a e3uit no rh irrd with water ts and dead limbs Trees in tiiis condition shou d o be pruned all in one year Uy arretnovethesuc- V apdall of the dead wood und the mst objectionable crossing branc ics The second season more of theunnccessary branches may bo cut out Alter this a tight pruning each year will do Prune regularly not spas medically Head in young trees thin onti eld treesSPrupe during Ihe d rnvnt season prune close donot lleave stub Paint all large wounds IKtep lhTt ee fren from suck ers Do not allow stock to prun your trees Water sprouts are the result of too Ceiivy pruning An axe or hatchet is not u pruning toolVUnpruned unsprayefl and un cultivated orchards are not money makers The ere ard is not a profitable aourre of firewood la running grapes remember that the fruit grows on the new odoC the present season growth which springs from the wood grown the preceding sea son WooU that bore last acasotS will not bear again rehson grapes should be cut ick vtry severely in order ti timulate plenty of new healthy ood growth Tie fruit iis borne en the baso and ordinarily one toobsoould not lbe allowed tj produce over four clusters JH CARMODY Dept of Horticulture Lexingtpb Ky When A Man Is Poor r- Am In is poor who he ha riehdS1wheo wlunlnisi yI Isty tie is poor when he makeaImoney attbeexpen of ct r when lie does not stand lear out supreme in his idea Whet this is cQuded he isndanger of the wprat kind of pov trLyTp be in the poor house Is not necessary to be poor If you maintained your integrity f you or your diaracter stands forth square to the world if yen c1 VTiplehough you may be compelled to bei t4eadExV I uflcIeSIlfltoqetyouaJobUncle l Pcstoffice deparlnifent into an eraploymenb office next week end every man without a job iffpt will be ked VIo as sist iin obfat ning enr IpyuHnt for Iwt i I ard rual route wail carT r tirougtiout he Uuited JStallsr ithis week Nearly OppQOAfield agents of Departmejtpt t AgricoV tqre and agents cf the Immigra jhmplomlptsupervision of the Departmeht ot Labor will cooperate wjtltthe P stofIi eDepar meQt tttJMlnV- relIeciugVthei cpndition caused by the paucity of labor and anj excess of laborers The movement is most exieir sive and will prove the most beneficial tf abyl0f the put in operation bv the zpapresi Democratic administration and that it will prove a dd4drdsuc cess there is no doubt IQnstrudionCovering xoJ1 Opium L r Personr and firms engaging n tio importing manufacture iviDgBwatheir products will besubject on and after Marob 1 to an aunual tax cf a at cordingto an aci 7Icf congress approved December 31 information relative to tbcF cullec ion of this tax was r C3iv ed by Collector A fcsco t Mayes in a lletter from Comnmsioi er oi Internal Revenue W H Oaborne pTheby the i ui chaser and use of ad Ihi sive stamps for which entice rs of internal revenue have been instructed to make req ia nation Druggist ph siciins veterinarians aud dejitists1 oje among those who will be affec d by the measure Under its pro- visIons of all persons affected are required to register their business with the Collector of ltictlaI i the pursuit of their business or profession George Is Unlucky Ml Ch cago Jun 23ecr6e Ruulter of Louisville ECr ar ianged befoi e JudgtDever ye t rdiy on a charge of robbery said he had been Irck diii thn face by a cow vhen ho bnd playfully wisted its hornsV tie had been nicked by a mule an l pctHeneck with a razor by a girl witti whom he bird had an unfortunate i love afliar He hail fallen twenty tEet froro a window in a church He had be nshot in the ub domen by a sray ballet Andjiow goodness gracious he bad been arre4d Seems like I mtbe unluckiest man in the word Judge he hsaiLthe case until Mot day Ih rd ic goes again said Buuker MondaySiiny hoodoo diy Ill go to the pen for life now sureVCharity at Home Most of the Kentucky towns therelietIof theBelglan suffers and t1s worih wbife to inquire if auyof them haVe over oked any of distress among tbeir fellow cit izeis We are reminded tint cnarity dues nut always begin at home hj d paragraph in the Augusta Chronicle That paper suggests that hun much as there seems to bq a lull ia tthe spck kuitting crusade Jot the Belgian the tune Is oppor tune to dVsotnethieg for the re wlio were liufotHlfogJdWOmen on the river bank t obtain uel during the recant sjev re weather The suggestion is timely appropriate Some people gel their eyes so fun of tears while sorrowing over the ppoi Belgians thitt they paat recognize a case of depthtition among the poor whit Vrish p in a stones throw of iteir door rrnkfort J6Airal 1 r J1eJ Ko amount of misrepceicntdo It o3glingj M JTjoro any kindcan change the iict that IE Royal t lias beea fo nd r tke fl1 rcIaIcxamIa1o1bIIJte i eJflckcfrCe ttI purity and wWl 11I t Koyal Baking Po rdex x induptjMi k J r for making finest arid most cconomictl 2 G1VV Z Billy Sunday Bomb reheRefHilySundayfficlaly cut 1oose1n Philadelphia arfev days sgo for a revival series ifia n iaineg ret ting tto tfiabtaid eld gentlcr men snd genilWQraen of the uaker Citj yomiinnitade1phiathat tie church iico rmit to wipe cur dry feet ipunCoini on u Irple onr ct of iinfumv ItUcmeoi uujssis iis of cl ar a cei J5ni 011 iOJ CeIalferi f i HiJChUrChjo gagtl I ucn ma f Almight ci ol icluiIeugead iffY9a Im here for niibf weeks Come ynj a dl ldriierthegood44tx- re prepHijV Ti eras no dep 5ji that Bjlljl g LIoesgelists of tieICri roaring canlhi tLaeroplj t9Sof Brotherly Love A Politician One of our exchanges ttlIc1- n old German who had a boVof iwho a he was ver7 prondjrranfi decided to find out the trenJ f hs mind He adopted a novel method by which t6lest him He slipped into the boys room one morning and placed on bjgtable a bottle of whiskey a Bible and a si ver dollar Now1said be when dot bOjc11esin 1f be t kes dot dollar hes goijDg to bei a betznis man if he takes dot Bible hes gojng 10 be a preacher iff he takes dot whiskey hesj 30 tgood and is going to be a drunf ard Then he hid behind the door to see which las son would chcose In came8 the boy whist ling Be rvji ufl totbe table pickrd up theBible and put it under his arm then sna qled up t Ibr oottie toik twpor thte drinks picked up the dollar undI pu lit in his pOckettand wit 9tt smacking his Ups The put h manpoed tin bead opt trom be nd t edoorand exciaimeri Mein Got he is going to be a politiciant r r f tV 1i The Enjoin Tax Collection Greerisburg Ky Jrihv 28i United States Marshal Cund Iff Iip iti Green Cjpan y serving sum mons and not cesof a motion fotjj 4 mandatory injuction on D M Mile County Judge J Wti Thomas County Clerk L Ml Vance County Lreasuer andoj the members of thejiRiscalrCowrI and the presIdent1 tKbiPeoples Bank to answer in the Fedeta Conrt at Louisville EJebruary to a suit broughtUyrc rtalo hol ars of G reen County bonds to enjoirt the collection of aJty county taxes unless the taxes aisjbfc collected ttq pay therail road bunded indebtidnescoutithav The fJf heretofore VbflVrcivpt44 from i coilectaiiff any cptth1tv faTt by Sheriff orT x tlltctdff an1iit tte rail rord taxes were colll o6d There has bfegn 06 Sheriff itoaulbce J87B audiOVJn- rax Cplector for J Last1e rK t4 Ii r pivera voIiinlarilyNW I coilt7lttt to le VVVVV f yJ11 fJ 4 GlqJ1iA tjr TI1l ON4tOsarg 1i1 Jr i t I t 2 Baking Powder i iClprk and tTiiV yr ihlt ei C flinty Treagurer Tbff B iItlsis to prevent the coicilNKt jbltha couijtj iiifs ffijSSSSk Xfficiilaunle s tlw railr fxff ealso collected v Thg countybi bft iia iiirfHipn over the iwsae pf ezi-qdr borrdjlpi P QI4 thk- eara tafid the lrIt ftIp1fqgt1e ls now gidMi iti id more tba 250000 witthe is e oCi6Iii tresr1s MithId h vi gl itc li Vt1tjVVSV1PVL LUkMCt-I Y itVV J jlcr 4- Scmesientartiai 44i iprofession and never c 1Thert3 wouldtitTba r II ftiu In the world if Iiia hiVthey prays Lotte i it eLngtbMjl- aea i l girVgiip s44 P9Ji fo a4man Even fae Sifrt lirtiw 4 J he line at standing XHUlhkir rl tghtainaVrr1 1 i1 he eAQ ihe 1 FUy s i wba does Mothatcar attw siehopiei tthsieytt- see Nthe Dln1rin8fJf7UotIt ah tot h e vbJ dinner Y 1wouldi 1 their husband tbelfap stlier Love Honor and 0b f tit JeVThe bigbestcocplimitaf can pay a husbawL k iibisa i ooaVshe wag when Ji1JJMany a mtnwh4 tbinttttiMtfe let rug ft gQOd gaasikfindsv out latar 1t1Lbslb landed a good CIB ca i chanic When you start ii Wkb iman theOtber fwhiowiMn- eatit6 Bat lIniyioVIknock a man tht tD ntJ 4IIhear enough oliii The havetItb line ofacrobMsla IewTaugo daac s bit4 fc i Awi iit happen thtthljrMvfjlg flM1t toe Fall Away SUki f 5 wiPfigirlreall jewelry atfVVVVper week tfg boiiie lfMk li Supp1f re IIiI ji rti ounedtt t liagirfb 4ijgiVin JltelloW ti18 Neighbor wom M1if wtij t 7hSy see her 1LI tb felpv mess MlIr wi y ioisnt ho do othIiP3 ioYShe IiamiKln o J she JIa weiriair rfh itocldngeOl1w da Wyttytd when she is wtrij r Uk hoes on Si X mighty careless abo 4 vbensheIA waki gherlcnewhsshs t s down tincinncbi l i Wotlauti Aj t- r MMt 4- ir Tiltf f iI WUb 18000 t IIUR r4 w 7 I Ill- tOomiIssieeitsv to- niss aicey tJ- p fKlWMEAKik 4aPR111QP1f IILD KY r ii m1NRaYIsT3xvalA JI i M I PN PLV ty 1iNcs ttad Pabliahers hotLpri ftOferii sad qttitea disappoint cra thisxjvtfr The oompUiat of low ih t pcfe k bird OIl all sides and ri 1zsHve beta sooe very tI whlnIli j 1aI cat3iledtiesrgrower and they i tott TM tbafc we have a good mar 71t On tlM other hand some tt grpfftf pasts a crop otiobtccqon sf i the market that Is house burnt 1i wii black they complain of a 10 T market It is true that they t rMliit a NWprceI for theiri to base ad w are acre it sells Ipfcm4 the poet of production wWch is a bad go when one weeks as bard as is nect ssarr to 0 lyraiM a crop oi tobacco and then it slklgr from three to five cents a pod it U high time to finl a rsaisij atoll yet we are informed x that thfe koue burnt tobacco is MTtry valiabla to the man 6tmJaoUrer aMl weary inclined to Wi T ibat this is true as Ve r jCBWprof BO commodity that i II a iiSMBii that brings a top price B4ty wntat rotten corn small r tamlMawil t other farm products ipjikf stamaer sell below the r javarVeWbr the real good of its kled hour bimble opinion Ibislis the remedy First plant b Wily such ground as will raises good crop of tobacco then plant b ia o ljjftocb amount of acreage as asJ can Welt cultivate and f safeiy hose make arrangements belsre it ta too late to take dire rat ircropif your crop is Iild with damage bYB = J spelll alter it is housed K YataWvCSandfuel to dry oat Y t 5Sb Mm and ihuapreventhonst btsaat They handle your crop JlweU Much of our tobacco is pearl Jrided a good basket vis svoiled by having a few inferioi leaves tied in the bands Then tk rt is the dtsirew rasei more than eM be handled when a iryower receives a good price be tisuoediately makes preparation tlo double bis acreage the next y ear bas more tthan enough to fill his barns places it outside OB scaflfolds crowds it in his bare resultbifrcrtagf isredictd the ex pence of handling and raising b likewise reduced and the thing that Makea governs all markets Supply and demand controls Whew the production is equal L the supply there is no fear of low pricks VPiit we want is for our f forarr tli irlabor and land but we can not expect it with a crop of every quality When we learn not tc over crop when we rai e to qual 4 lay and noVsomuch for quanity aM then find the price below tbt cost of production itwillbetimt Beugk to put the blame on the c irret bmlkls for trust at this tim we cannot believe that this is tbt fault as our highest Court in the f laad has dissolved the trust and f M far as we know this order hasp keen complied with We cannot jk coaplai of low prices when ow predictdoes pot commend thE price Let us prosper by thih yefcra experience no matter t what the rest of the tobacco growing country mtS do let ut raise only what we can sefej J house and properly handle and f IFklleCtI of What we are quite sure that we will find no reason to complain another tear MrlCbarl5e Hunter of Marion county we understand wilt make the rice fbrHepreaeritive from hIscounty Mr Hunter in one of the Editors of the Falcon and is a roes well known man who stands at tHe top in public confi dence Why didnt you Ton for State Senator Charley so we cold have helped you out Valley Hill t Mr and Mrs Pilmer Goatley Me and Mrs J R ONel Mr E 8 Goatley and wifef and Mr Clell HughW were delightfully entertained at tbe home of Mrs J 0 Harmon Tuesday Ilast Mr Zack Crow Willisbuas was in our mdst Wednesday- Mr and Mrs Hunter Goatley and Mrs 5 Sue Williams were guests of her sister Mrs Hunter Goatley last week Mr Alvin Riley has assumed charge of the depot at this place and we feel assured that we will have our depot conducted prop erly as it has been in the past We hope he will succeed with his new duties Severe from this place atten ded the sale of C F Bosley last FridayAlthough colds and lagrippe are still raging in our commu nity we believe there is some improvement from last weekI After an extended visit to friends and relatives at this place Mr Henry Goatfey has re turned to his home at Mt Wash ington He was accompanied by Mr Martiu of that place who was also visiting here Mr Hugh Williams was the week end guest of relatives near town Alas Zola Weekly is visiting relatives at Fairfield jn spite of the inclement weather several Valley Hiliites attended court Monday Mr and MrsJJ C Harmon Mr Ed Goatley and wife and Mr Ciell Hughes were guests at the home of Mrs Palm GoaUey Saturday Mr Edd Derringer journeyed to Louisville Monday and as a surprise to his many relatives and friends at this place was quietly married to Miss Nellie E Hustwick Tuesday at 1115 oclock at tbe Methodist Temple the Rev U G Foote officiating Mrs Derrijoger is an attractive and accompl shed young lady of Battle Creek Michigan while Mr Derringer is a prosperous f rmerof this community possessed of a sterling character and an affable manner After the ceremony Mr and Mr j Der ringer returned Springfield on the 7 oclock train wh re shay were given a cordial w JcomQ by Mr Derringer relatives They will reside in Springfield We wish them aJong life strewn with bappn essand prosperity Owing to the unusual bad weather we could not get much news this week for it seems that the Inclement wt3ther kept our populace at home There has been but very little tobacco sod by the farmers of our community since the snow and when the weather guts bettor we presume that ihe greater part immedjiateIYj With a new vear at hand we should look forward to a greater II r4csCUTt fIkZIt kt p t rrc rII ifIOR CASH I IN SUCH PAiN- WOMAN CRIEDS- ufferedEve r rything UntilRe- stored to Health by Lydia E PinkhamsVegeta ble Compound Florence So Dakota = I used to be very sick every month with bearing down pains and backache andhad- headacho a good deal of the time and very little appetite The pains were so bad that I used to sit right down on the floor and cry be cause it hurt me so and I could not do any work at those times An old wo man advised me to try Lydia E Pink bams Vegetable Compound and I got a bottle I felt better the next month so I took three more bottles of it and got well so I could work all the time I hope every woman who suffers like I did VegetableCompo 8 Allyn Wash dayInhearted existence missing threefourths of the joy of living when they can find VegetableCompound For thirty years ithas beenihe stand ard remedy for female ills and has restored the health thousands of women who have been troubled with such ments as displacements inflammation ulceratiop tumors irregularities etc If you want special advice write to confidentialbe opened read and answered by woman and held in strict confidence andmore prosperous one fur portunity surely is staring usopin i the face Although times seem to be tight at present and most every thing seems to be dull and drag y we believe that in the course of a few months every thing will seem to have taken on new life That is if war continues and the warring nations keep demanding foodstuffs and other necessities from us At present we are exporting great quantities of wheat and flour besides a great number of horses and mules which has a grenji tendencyr to make both higher Wheat is already soaring and we bo ieve will go a great deal higher if the present conditions continue for a great demand will surely command higher prices Compare the prices the prices we are receiving for wheat now with tile prices we received from the machiue which from 65c o rOc and see what an advance it leas taken intnu last few months when the demand was not so great as now and you can see why we should be hippy instead of brooding over hat d times It seems hard for those who have to buy their flour but those who are receiving highprices for their wheat will put more money into circulation there by counteracting the high pric s Corn seems t ha followsn wheat pretty closely but we dont believe the demandis so for corn as it is for wheat even though it is we must buy it to feed Our hogs even though they are law at present they C3rtdnly wjll be higher in tie near future for they seem to bo scarce and t seems the greater the scarcity the greater the demand Bogs will naturally get higher when the spting months open un everythingisgoingfptlswysagain toIprices we should have jNaturallhat the two succeed but everyib ng itI the man vho pishes lore rd with vim aid determination so let ius do our bestrnnd see if opp rf tunity will not knock at our door We hope to see our country prcs perin the fu ure and hoie tQ keep out of war and us long as we have such a man at the head of our nttion as at piesent I bc iieve we can rest easy and be ass 1I ed of peace To be mOle prosperous our farmers must cooperate ant if we do not wlto succeedcinnot expect dOI readily The prospecs are for better roads and better roads is the sign of prosperity If we fiat e good roads we have easier acce si to market which makes fcr us to dispose of our products a d the better roads we have the more products we sell thebetter wa will bq eiicoaraed and the more we will prosper Good roads will add to the looks of our farms as well as ad vnee their value and they will 09 a pleasure for us to ride over after having ridden over ruts and rocks for so long so let u cooperate and do all we can foij the betterment or our roads and our people- CHMWING ORDER OF THINGS tittle Fable That Illustrates the Prop rets of Women Throughout the Centuries Once upon a time a man married I passed and one day the max said I10v43 all women I need a great deal of love And the wonian replied I love all men I also need a great deal of ISaid love the man If you talk like that I will hit you over the head with i club And the woman said Forgive me lord and master Ten thousand years passed and again the man eaid I love allwo men I need a great deal of love Arid the woman replied I love tall men I also need a great deal of love the man If yon ttalk like ISaid will divorce you and you will find it hard to earn your own Jiv ingi And the woman said You ore a brute- Another hundred years passedand again the man said I love all women I need a great deal of love And the woman replied I love all men I also need a great doal of love And as you know I can earn my own living Said the man If you talk like that I shall have to behave myself 11AItd tho woman aaid t At Ilast What a Garden Will Do What Is It that Will reduce the cost of living Will make you and your family more healthful and contented Will provide beneficial exercise and entertainment for you and your fara l1y7 iWill divert your mind from thii cares of your regular occupation Will keep your children out of mis chief and teach them thrift and Indus try IWill make your wife feol she bas a sore enough home T Will save you money According to an impressive little booklet issued by the Alabama Coal Operators association a garden will io all these thins Honor Woman Astronomer Miss Cannon of London classified 150000 stars according to their spectrum and In recognition of this unparalleled work the Royal Astronom teal society of Great Britain baa made her an honorary member IJer discoveries Include a great number ot variable stars and other Important heavenly bodies The presiding officer of the as tronomical society In announcing the distinction Conferred upon Miss Can non spoke of her almqst urilquo abil ity of determining from a stars spec tram the type to which it belongs according to its material composition and other peculiarities of the spec A Ladies Suits 1 III Ladies Ioaks I ili Missesi I aksl1 Mens Suits 11 Mens OvercoatS I IitI IGRVNDYMINTIRY lJ f tC Rtittlt ftft srr ft t UiIste s11ft teZttr ete 111111 eter II 6 l GREATCOATS t 7f llt AND COAT SUITS 4r22 Coatt Suits worth from 18 to35 for9DOtoJI800= 24 Coat Suits worth from 8 to 15 for 300 to 950 = 1 q 3Q SAto mens CowsirfBg ucles Astrachams and Fancies at HALF PRICE I 150 Pair Womens Front Lace Shoes in Kid Tan and Patent Sizes 212 to 4 12 sold for 300 to 450 Choice for 150 1 WaU Paper lu1 Price I t i = l on J w to jt q SSS Jdel t1 0 r I le I i Jl i i i zi q = = ellsJ 14 1 lJ11th le r dnd ref VhtMC you we Arrow tiiak of and Demand the genuine by fa4 name encourage cube ution THE COCACOLA r Atlanta Cai 20 Coats fvx formerly sold to 5iOO Pt- Choic for 300 r j f 4 J 5Mens and BOys Suits OVERCOATS f j for less than manufa Prices i Lace Curtains t30ffl f Special Prices 9x12 Axminister Velvet and Tapestry Rugs also andwJYou are cordially invited inspect these prices Ij CUNNINGHAM OUNCAN cOlr 331 SSeY 3a423 JisisiYiiYi silYYl yiLYYiLi 9LYYYiLYOLiV Liii31L9Ly cn t i ii FORBeginning will seal rxiy entire stock of Hardware Grocer esFarming Implements etc at cost for CasK Parties indebted to me will pleas come iiand settle same immediately asIlam tblotnii out to quit business MATT C MA YEStw= vOIllflll JbaIs JJrtii 7igorously good and keenly delicious Thirst quenching eshirtg ta CocrCoU The national beverage yoUrs COMPANY Odd from6 AND turers s I I 1300ONE YEAR EG t175S1X MOPITHS l1 it COUrIER= JOURNAL 1tlJ y jgvSuND4r ii I 1 J D 1ujnJ nuary r Jri AND- i r ryVlJ FebruaryrnI fttr L 1Re iodri itedt9 leij v nftf Wy g 5 It Just 0ne HaeguI ar Price S 1tubscritlon orders at this rate wil bs accepted only W fiTj f j Qf alien sent tthrough regular OpuriorJoarnal gent inrthis i ly 5v district tsl tzj t LEO HAYLON ri1ltaHI y r VJ S I COURIERJOURNAL COMPANY vill Ky r The LQuisviile Daily Herald sand News Leader bqfli one yJ for 300 f until January 30ca rJCROtN-tt I AGENT FQR J i iijt GMvters lnsu ranee Co li gt OP LEXINGTON vlttaureaf iinstFireLightningWind FYrut4 aaivGfJwera risks aapacialty KINDLY SOMOIT3 YOUR IjATRONJlGE i Rates Reasonable r Telephone 5R SPRINGFIELD KY ic ti DR J CjVI Physiciani and surgeon 8 to m Once hours lto2 pm Over Haydon s Drug Store DR W F TRU- SiYDENTIST Office over Havdou Barber Pental work at reasonable prices work guaranteed Dr R J HAMILTON J SPRINGFIELD KYet Office Op Main Cross StreetPhone 20 J 730 to 830 A M Oirtce Hours Tao co 300 r DR JM W JiVATTc Office over Springfield Stat TJantv Office hours 1080 a m to 12 w j 4 to 5 pm r WF GRlGBYI ATTORNEY AT LAW dlHce over People Hankc fIBPRlNGFIELI KY- Jrt TreesIr1 suit and Shade Trees Shrubs j rape Vines Rhubarb Aspara gus Peonies Phlox Roses etc I Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden Free Catalogs No Agents HF flitleoraeyerl Sons Lexington Icy Nurseryjncu since 1841 i a SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing an germicidal of all antiseptics is fl i A soluble Sbedouchers din treating catarrh inflammation or 7ulceration of nose throat and tha caused by feminine ills ithas no equ l t For ten years the Lydia E Plnkha iMedlcJribXJo has recommended Paxtino f rlnj their private correspondence with i jvpmen which proves its superiority Women who have been pured say 1t Is worth Its weight in gold Atcdruggists DOe large box or by mail 4llie Paxton Toilet Co J3oston Mass t RfSESMTS SUFFERERS GIVEN QUICK RELIEF Pain leaves almost iit by magic when you begin using Drops the famous old remedy for Rheumatism Lumbago Gouta fandSciatica IsspotIs l IabottleIt today A booklet with each bottle gives tall directions for use Dont delay Demand ii Drops Dont ac ito i 1placetilt can supply you If you live from a drug store send One SwanSon Rheumatic Cure Co tOCfarj jOhio prepaid assent d a bottle of Drops i tiTfifii fHtWN J YYW W w elM iiii I L atrelcThe iFrieRdai I hive for sale 80 tons of tine timothy hay James E Hagan Telephone 137 For Salepure Single Comb VVluto Leghorn CockerelsPT E BalTard J T Wueatly Springfield ijjr Dbofbornt OROAAFOR SALE By the lladies of the Presbyterian church Apply to Mrs A RShulzorI Mrs W H Leach man Mrs Sam Tucker RR 1 hasI for sale pure bred M B Toms 400 each hens 300 eeScbI Warwick strain Also a few oS 0 R I Red cockerels at 50cts ach I SALESMAN WANTED To look t after tsar interest in Wa3bin t and adjacent counties Salary or Commission Address th 0eThe 5th Saturday and Sunday meeting of the Central Baptist j Association will be held on next jiSaturday and Sunday at tiI Springfield Raptis church A I good piograin of out of town speakers will been hand and = IOOag C BL Purdoqa T Jr Porter W1 AIcOrdfalinlitation e erycfae Servicesextendedtof t On Saturday morning and uflelE nood arid undayic Before you sow your Tobacc Beds be sure you are sowing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price the tobacco that was grown from my Pure1 White Burley seed has topped the market almost every time it has 11allofTobacco seed grader They cost you about ten teats per a rec to u yodyou pleased with your crop como in and get a package Price I 00 er r B D Lairs D nt to Ky Childrens Home e tOrders were entered in the agom j commitlng MingWilliam Walter j tlKentuckynt Louisville Vv T Krvle mother of cne of the Children was deed and the other of the other was unable to take care U her child The eldest child was nine year of age end the young three years ofJlge 1 Moonlight School Organized J PO last Tuesday night oarIj school superintendent or ganizeda colored Moonlight in Springfield which will be conducted by the regular teachers two nights in each wr ckt There were twenty five persons M volunteered tJ attehd the school and put forth tneir best efforts r ceivean education quite a larch number of these were de livery boys who work for ti various stores in the city Old P pErs for faeII 11 TOPICS MHM Hfi M Model Sanitary r Dental Office ALL WqRK GUARANTEED ricer ReasonableOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W IIVII Interesting Sermon Oa last Sunday Rev J Powell Tncker preachek a very in rest big sermon that was listened tto by a well filled church including among his hearers were Rev G R Crowe of Methodist church and Rev jfW1 A Wolfe of theI Christian church Rev subject was IoFor the sake of the Boys or Shall we enforce our liw 1tThe subject dealt with Springnand gambling which he asserted fearlessly was being ecarried on tp a great and shame tu extent The sermon while pain spoken was at sate ti preparedJIaeI i ace an ace ara a spade a spdele High Honor Miss Alice Haydon of Bowling livehere tefSanitary Commission to taka of the Health Exhibit at the Panama Pacific Exposition Out of the entire lists coming from fifty States this young lady with a companion likewiss from Bowling Green were chosen They will leave for Sanfrancisco about February 10th and will remain there during the exposition will deliver lectures and demonstrations on Hookworm pellagra and Tuber nt osts and Bydrophjbia with scientific demonstration on san itation weliremembered here being a daught of the late Chas Haydon and grandcaughter of the late Dr O Polin Lambert Bobhtt Ou next Sunday at Willisbur Mr Albert Boblitt and Miss ary Lambert will be i e bonds of unitedinI In1IIt young s Mfr i I attractive young lady with many friends Keeling Mr Jorden Keeling died at his I on Chaplin River net Pullian last Thursdiy of Poet monia Burial was in the family cemetery He was 28 years cf age and a son of the late Frank Keeling This ini the third des in the family in thirteen days The first to die was his sister who ray folMwed by her father Mr Frank Keeling and now the 6 is dyad elan IeYaake Y IMr William Yankey died at rrIII oki Stows aid Ranges rl L I II IIII II youourstoves We Guarantee Satisfaction I I lineIILMCELROY ft oJi his home near Stewarts ville i inll Tuesldayiof If age Mr Yankey is survived lby his wife who before her marriage was a Miss Demaree and follow f ing children Messrs H F Yankey J D Yankey Lud CCjcanougher at the time of his death was 87 farmerI bdy Funeral services were conducted at An tioch and burial was in the StewArlsville cemeter Medley atlJhernight after an illness of about one y ar of tuberculosis how ItdeathlwasIt days ago when Bh8contracned LaGrippe Miss Medley was 07 vista of eat and was born in the house where she died She was Ih a daughter ot the late John Medley and Julia Rhodes Med leyshe Medleys were among the earliest and most prominent settlers of the county being among the emigrants who came to this country in the early t days of Maryland from whence they came to Kentucky ThcI quietgas one of the strongest cuaracter listca of life the Christian virt re of charity She is survive by two brothers Thomas J Med and John A Medley Mrs Pat Hamilton and Misses Kate MedleyFuneral ed at St Rote this morning at a High Requiem Mass and burial will be in the cemetery there To The Teacher of Washingtpn t County j drrealI1lzlngI vancement of education in our teachers have agreed to allow than additional sum to the scheduled salary paid by the State to all teachers tthat attend the Western tIl t S P Thompson Secretary The News Leader and The Louisville Daily Times one year for I 50 a tJtJJaIJiliJiljItjJjj ililitI IWflliliWlliill I R CBobIitt Pres T C Tatum VPrss W F GrigsbY Sec Treas fE I FARMERS HOUSEI I 11 i The Farmers Warehouse is well lighted well equipped and every depart I C auctioneertheSouthBurlejr tobaccoM Bishop j well known to the tobacco growers of this andadJoining counties is on the A floor worthy and will sea to it that any tobacco sold at our house brings its fullK i = Bring Your Tobacco to the Farmers Houseor lltPI C BOBLITT Gen Manager i Eo t1I E1y m i tf I fi R t1 M 1ft T M TRN1 tl t lI PERSONAL i Mr Homer Bray ton of Swim World inftonMessrs pwiBohong WNe here Monday t Mr J R Waves of Louisvillt visited relatives here last week Pratherwhoheq arents Rev CR Crowe reIturn to her home at Madison ville Ky Wednesday Rev CoR Crowe will prey at the Methodist church Sunda and gBubjoCLYotEveningemperstnca Mr W C Mijdd is qiite II with pneumonia at his home JIJ town Mr T J Miller is III with p pendicitis immsIhJ O PeKns SuJitJiJai and at Ben P Siuims S unday Mr Wallace Mudd ald Mr Lewis Mudd of Nelson couny were called here by the illness of their father Mr WG MudJ Miss Carrie Boldrick is much improved a1nddaugligtar Miss Louise have returned ta home at Alton 111 after a visit to relatives atthis place Mr W P Keliy of Louisville visited relatives here last week Births Mr and Mrs C Mclmire are rejoicing over the arrival of a daughter tMr and Mrs Badgeti bee rr joicihg over the arrival if aughter to the wife of Sid ey IBurni in Luisville twins Storkfield As it has been quite awhile since you have hadtt coimuuoi jcatioj from our enterprising little village we will endeavor tH chronicle the events that have taker place itlrin the pa 1 weeli One of the most delightful en tertainments of the season was a mIUY le ua evenIlJJ Dancing and otlier amusnnenis Were indulged in uutil tIle we small hour biotic was fur mutied by the Predeiickiowu String Band all of whom are skilled musicians MJr Richard Reynolds luus movedo his farm which he pui chased from J W Reynolds Rlchara Wheatley sold to Bert flalnilton a number of find oattlu Fred Conitjs spent lt week Louisville J B Mcln tiro was a guest at the party at Jrederckstown Tuesday Muses Mary Lo Linham snd Anna Aubeivy were the guests of Mr and Mrs EugetiO Mudd last week Mrs Haftftia Wheatley and dl1ught speutune day last week with Mrs Hrrlan MuVd Chester Beam Jas accepted empoyment tvilI Richard Ky nolds Mr and Mrs Waller Jane en tertained a number df tUtJr jonng friends one evening la i week Ora Walker was the winner of tthe prize for the most accomplished muiiciai t j i accounti3advantage pf Special Low Prices wa made for ID nfDays we have decided to continue safe FOR 10 DAYS MORE I Calicoes1 4c Hoosjeri Cotton 1fI Hope 7Ootton 12c I Apron Ginghamt7c 1 14 4 INew lot Spring stylesrin DressGinghams 81I2c New Shirtin B Madras 812c Special low prtces on all wide sheetings table I I 1 etc1ClarkWe have a feWj ldieSCIoaks and Suits also a lot OfT o I I IrrMens Suits and Overcoats at Hall Price rwe selj for Cash and can and will undersell ottteisl s lSpecial prices on all sheeting bleached end brown Cottons r ginghams ticking and shirting wv f Lib r f t towelatholinensBig cut in prices qf comforts and blankets lap robes carpefs rugs mattings and linoleums Bargains j mall kinds of Shoes SI J Big reductions in price of Rugls Carpets Matting IIt will pay you to buy now as all ofv the aboVe items will advance shortly r Wj No trouble to show goods beretWFllapAreciateacall ttf The RbbortsoiC1aybrok a g c 0 u tid r W iIBI Q + u 7 ONLY A DAY AND NIGHPi TO NEW ORLiaWHAT IT WILL COST TO SEE I1 MHRDIGR S i 1 a Nw Orleans 2235 Mobile 18 90 Pensacola 865wlRRlrAL OF REX I FEBRUARY 75 Sprin SLEEPING FAR 400 TO 450 EACIi WAYS WI To Approximate Total Cost For Refund E tmiti fur five flays board and lodging at 100 per day in t1e best private homes dr2oo11 per 1Ylit Food holes to whirls add the above railroad andpullraan fares Appyto L N Agent for Printed List of Rooming Houses and Howls 5 I 1 Ub falllnllalllan air 1 IiIIcreate in Irerlericlowriont day recently t t hen rv horse br caine frightened at an pp roach ink automoille and ran err For vunatulv no one ws hurt Cent Mudd has movi d to Fred erickstown tutu the ome he purchased of Mrs Minnie May r field A vi rylpretty ueddi11c was re cuntly soJciiiiiiz diy Rv Fa Iher Iie ers al Blinco when tho lives of Mrt Hujy totting y and Miss LiIte Klty were unites for all time The ride iai love Iy diughiAof Mr tP Nlr KiHy 4iui is a ueiivral favorite in the comiitunity pos ssingin a large all those Cho tact r sties which constitute nojle w manhood hegro in is an industrious iar met and 9uit1c- ungratulati popular Glairy nls to this Vouug couple and uiby their livesi be ne long day of sunshine and may Spfjiug dvers bececlc thiir pahway through life L jtoothache Is Ancient boa been discovered that linn dry of years boforo Cplumbua dir covered America tho aborigines of this continent employed not to say tolerated dentists And only a while ago It was discovered that dentists flourished In ancient Egypt long beI nfore Moses was found In his basket ofj rushes beside tho Nile Tho American dentists practiced tho art of filling teeth Some of their w has lasted to this day tn skulls rkI In old burial mounds by Prof II Savillo of Columbus university Theso t discoveries prove tho nntiqulfy of t toothache and reveal to us tho met that those mon of hundceda and thousands of years ngdi probably 1p1 preached the shop of tho dentist with about tho same feelings as possess the man oGtoddy AU ot Yhlch or otkntttfshoot t Fatal Orthographic Influence Why In the world asked the 1m patient u d soare you two people al rways lighting You seem Intdlllgent enough and well enough matedj groomasi bride It Is because when the report J f otr wedding appcarci In the paper t n and the t RtE transp fd In It Round Trip From gfie rTIcKets on Sale DaHy Feb 915 PARADE OF SEX IFEBRUARY 4 cA t6b- r I J i CAR I 00 OOC OOOOOC OsJOOC ++ i i New G rocefll it 0 On Saturday JanWary 26th J JJr 0 open a grocery ini the building netto the Walton hotel and will carry iidoor date line of t j SI aple aildd Faioy Grocrie18 rln4 f Will pay the highest pric stcountry produce I willlh tftCASH therefore you CM It tore closest prices onrI would appreciate mY friepds giving me a icall and gmuinfefcj square deal Io rrs BTHOMrSO l 1 x XiH i ia iJ or met sueteS f JStockon the = 51 JXS 1Aiiiiitr F f I1iwhole m i9 stJ 0 Price 25c 5oC Si1 m j Send for Free Booklet on lorsww r A Address DIE SSloa bb IsI t ui TE INCREASt rq t IIIIVrtw r r iiilrIUNION OFFICIALS L tY RAILROAD ARE EN JTLIS Tt MORE REVENUE t k 4Prids W wr atMI FarMer Who b M HMM JWwuH ISp liitfHft FrtHH IMIHH a T i i By Pt4rRrfftrd Actirt National Parmeri Union ioi Tke neat actlbm t the Interstate anIr aHleeUH of territory tile appllra iM e the roia to state and Inter 1 stdtp eotmlMloai for an increase in rterad tkrntternces of Preidentt Wlitowi t the wAJect bring the farm ri jwnation free to face with the jHwfctea of aa Increase In freight r4tH It Ii the policy of the Farmers f fJitofc te aest pie issues affecting the eWare of the farmer squarely and jI we will 4o so In tkls Instance I1Tfce tnuufortatlon facilities of the taMdai4i are inadequate to ef IIcctlvely meet the demands of com 5sie and rartlcilarly In the South awl Wett additional railway mileage t JIx M e44 to acCompodato the move i Mt Ltaraproucts If In the wla i itMit ifc vi Railroad Commissions an eer Jtt freight rates is necessary 1I1 to trlRf about aa Improvement in our L iranigfcsttea Berylce and an ezt n rr tlbn of our mileage then an Increase efioald be granted and the farmer Is irlUIir to share such proportion of M iriase as Justly belongs to him fcjrt e DYe Sjome iujgestlons to make t SM t8 lit jBaQQerln wElch this in rcfeas ikall k levied fFifw Line of Least Resist lLR anc M Yi Tke freight rates of the nation have I Ibfem1 kilt along lines of least re 4 btaaci The merchant the manu fictfrer tke miner the miller the p ItmWMto and the cattleman harq b ia tMlf traffic bureaus thoroughly orguftM aad In many Instances they have pursued the railroad without Jiere and with the power of organ 5 iM4 tonnage they have hammered the littvoat of the rates and with unre strftfcMrii greed they have eaten the r vltalfe of our transportation system aeliave bad railroad com iS5iiif tiiie Interests with skill iBilcraBlngi are represented at everyI t 1 1l c1 their bU layoWed slnesslsI The fajmer fa seldom represented at r te hearings as his organizations han never had the finances to em- I ftoy counsel to develop his SIde of Ii 7 itie case and as a result the products I of the plow bear an unequal burden fof the freight expense A glance at ke freigbttariffa abundantly proves ttkls assertion Cotton the leading agriealtural product pf the South alI rfirJMaralhe iigheat freight rate of I any asceuary commodity in cor- niiiIJSVrpe the rate on agricultural wfrpiucU M whole iIB but of pro poftioi wtfcttatt ot the product t f 1titctYuttthemlne 1f WevplEerao ecliediile of rates Jut 1bpe the cojnmlssion will be able rxlvethe HlIfoadT such att IhcnjaBe tlI t iTtel asTstnecessary without tk further oil upon the products of the plow The instance seems to pre RaJlroatCommJsaJns fbetween agricullural and other classes jof CeTghTWlthout disturbing the rates k taple firm prOd1 tsIv What Is a Fair Rate We do not know what constitutes a basis for rate making and have never lieari of anyone who did claim to i fcipjf Tfiuch about it but if the pros yerlty Of the farm is a factor to be t considered and the railroad commls aioa cOiitlbdo that an increase in rates iis jfecessary we would prefer that it com W us through articles of S consumption ph their journey from the factory to the fan We would iOfeX8l prefer that the rate on flop r maDasat present and the rate on meat bear the Increase for Erif farmer can then avoid the burden by sljtngtiis own meat and afarm rliowi11 Bot try to raise hIs own I megqught to be Penalized We think the rate on coal and brick can muck better bear an increase than the rate on cotton and floury We- wojild prefer that the rate on plows ream the same and machinery piaSba and uch arUclea as the poor er farmer cannot hope to possess bear J the burden bt increase l1ie Increase in rates should be r aged thatt the farmer who lives 4at hopad will bear no part of the bur I letS hut let the farmer who boards Ia9th 9r states nctl countries and wJwfe AaaiMBtockyn foreign lands pay the price of his folly kln Mffet In Rural Dram- f iT iifValley a twbreol tea tH1ntly released and featuring 1XIaggt in a role ultrarural- Jrrefedt such a success and so divert c Off that the company has decided to 11treleiMeaererall other film dratnas dlif Mfft KrV faggot In the rough and reSiy fieMHl Stream a tworeel feaifure wiltIbe the next along this Haej Jfost 6f the sWings for it were laid aXSmlthtown Long Island where Mr Harggot with hja company has Leeil motoring eyery suffny day It la 1 vpjsg dramaj of the elemental i sVjJiiutlI1u a tftr ia a role of orig y r OHrles LtlseyJstho 4ipieae itt Uustint FfMifre In Film ine JIh4jsirP a coming fea tre ifl Y wkt t Interest to sc1Psre145aI picture that bei4U ikViriblations of fire laws Mtiac a remedy Vitagraph a WB the principal cbarao ialLtu aipernexted by repr t alfejtra nG police imki jpt greater New Varl- etHtilMviral of the officials asrLMwA VJtt n by Special- lirMtitat r WiUfam D North l IJa tf ue ole 4 t pi4oi funf will 1 kK ektlUed The p In which Ford ef fmlliaslmI i 011 augJ Jlf1 lie 441tlon to 4 wIltb e as tbe juIbwhedtisS r SSc SJS tL r m 2z JeI l dt EA1s- 11FFE R- iii J l ilF cFi f 2 04i l Af t JfWllli iit t Y L The NewsLeader Louisville post 1sj II r Daily Home and Farm tt hII- And 24Page War Atlas I s1SSc II i I i i All these papers one year with atlas for only 3 5 The At1isw- orthaskmorethanI J7 b r I Jtt This Offer is Good Duringg January Only 1 tr SENDor ALL ORDERS fO NI ews Leader SpriiigeldIKy- J f = n co = I t d TO BE TAKEN WITH CAUTION Sharp Limitations as to the Value of the Testimony of Dumb Animals CrimeIIt is a nice Question how much weight should begiven to the testi mony of animals in criminal cases Brute Instincts and habits and psychology are Involved In such a way that expert testimony regarding the interpretation of these phenomena4 appearing in any particular case is very desirable It m t essential In at tent murder trial In India where bloodhounds were shown a cap ana turban in the murdered womans room and then ran slaigntto the house of the accused the counsel for the defense objected to the ad mission of the fact as evidence on the ground that the doga could not be crossexamined It is not clear whether the judge sustained the objectionbut he did point out tho sharp limitations of such testimony which should not he thought be used for probative purposes The real function of the bloodhound was to bunt down known or suspected crim inals The fact that It led the police authorities to any particular Individ ual must be used as testimony against that individual only with the greatest caution and only In the light of ex pert evidence of the best descriptions tis to just what weight should be given to the action of the dogs In the circumstances involved A Skeptic Do you believe In telepathy Not fully replied Mr Dustin Stax If it could be practically demonstrated there would have been a com ranv formed to promote It lone ago One of Wisest Russian Rulers One hundred years ago the Emperor Alexander I 6f Russia returned to St Petersburg after an absence of many months during which time he had ta ken active part in the war against Sapoleon Alexander was one of the wisest and most magnanimous rulers of hlSfctime It was to a great extent Mjlflnnnesa and wisdom that led to jLhefoverthrow of Napoleon and after vthat event his magnanimity preserved Jie city ot Paris from the fury of tho Russian soldiers liberated 150000 French prisoners of war confined In Russia and sought to obtain tot his falle foe the moat liberal terms com patible with what lie deemed the safety of Europe One of tbe first acts of the emperor after hIs return to Russia was to grant an absolute pardon to all his subjects who bad taken part against him Jn the late war Showing Good Work Patience I see In Tasmania den tists are forbidden byllaw from any form of advertising PatriceBut can the authorities makj thefr patients v shut their itnoutbBt Lingering Sweetness patience Some one has discovereiJ that the xican wordfotkisa Ir tetemnamtquN1ztlL i ii heelit F 1 u- II REVOLUTION IN ART IDEAS Masters of the Brush No Longer So lect Religious Subjects for Their Best Efforts i itAn inquirer asks of an exchange where itis that Ruskin says I have never known a man who seemed al together right and calm in fnitli who Ecriously cared about art Qur change does not say where but alto ply refers tlw inquiry to its readers Ruskin was possibly the greatest art critic that ever lived and for him to say that iis quite enouglitot awaken ojne concern in tthe world of art Does art weaken faith It was once thought that science did this but that impression is passing byeinoo is discoveruig worlds oCtmystery very diy and mystery is the condi tion of faith There is something leaper and tioynml every fact that science discovers and h yond the crucible und the niierosrope is wluro faith docs its real work- Hut how about art The church wan the inflmncc that encauragcil art We wcild not have had any old masters if it had pot been ar the church Religious tlHtnca con fitituted the inspiration of vt in lie hisI qu doned and Jiow art deals mostly with chann grace beauty love and im doing ao it seems to have dnt awe from the saints the martyrs and tlm miracles of tim golden ago of art If1nn needs n weatlicr burea There are at present pracLienlly rainfall statistics for the river basi most subject to floods muth lcs nv organization for flood prcdintioi Torrential tains sometimes occur iu this regioiu In Tuiie1910 a local iovniwur iin the vicinity of S1J how lasting some fortytwo hours1 s estimated to hwc amounted Jo l Jiches The unofficial mctcorologicpl service of Zikawei observatory ex tending along the coast arid up the Yangtse valley is the nearest ap proach to a nAtional weather hijrenu vet existing in China SPANISH WIFE OF INDIAN PRINCE IOn the European ktenbtc who will it is whispered attend the Pan irart exposition nextyear is the mp harajah of Kapurthala India who Qumhcrs among his jrincely poses aions d beautiful Spajnish vf Sb j was originally a daodor in llalaga1 when the prince saw her and mar vn 4 her carrying heron to Paris toge educated ajEtor whiohihe built her fihe wonderful marble patice which ia oow their home A beautiful sfeter tf the princess married an znerThaa- ittiorajre latr I we I WH PORTS IN GREAT BRITAIN FosterIj The Aerial league of the British empire in conjunction with the war office and tho admiralty iis making an effort to arausc the British public from its apathy in rpgard to avi ation Plans are being made fpr the prp vision of aerial landing places throughout Great Britain At flrs1 these air ports will be situated ft places where they are mot tiepdal ythc serviroa but in oouwe of time it is hoped to barii 40 or 50 dotted about the Muotry At least 25 acre ill Le requirwl ibr Padl lauding plan nod they willr be equippedl vrjih two hangars fue11 spare parts tdtloue nndwbe possible n vircUi d inetallationt It is hoprad that the financial re sources will be considerably aug- nenJed by lelipj out the landing places ns fhoibull and cclIltOng- roDlds but a considerable sBm ei yiioney wili ell ncccesary for tlio iiv itial expense At prrseat crosscountry flying Ji conp1 TrT1 hqr1svsT by th ab wuco wi gjitalju lland ing places awl it is hoped that n pchemo which arouses IoeI iutort an well aa p11 triotismt WfHrt I JV o WHEN THE TIRED MOTtIER GIVES OUT What TIinThe Family Suf ffers the Poor Mothers Sufl ferMrs Becker Meets This Distressing Situation CollinsvitrerI1IfJ suffered from a nervous breakdown anti terrible head totallyWornenjoylifekeptoni sawlinofadverU decideclltonoticed n decided improvement mTIcondition andnow I am a well woman Mrs ANA BECKER Cdllinsville ilL I rundownvicinitlWhowho we are sure would be wonderfully benefited by Vinol as Mrs Becker was inbuildlngilPcases is because it combines the medic SISof cods livers together with the blocd making strengthening properties of tonic iron We ask every weak nor voilE rundown man or woman in this vicinity to try a bottle of Vinol on our guarantee to returri their money ifitjfails to benefit JTeo rtitit jwt m tne via LJpuiury and later in the Dominions Montreal lIar aid j f GREAT HEAT VALUE OF RESIN Good Reason Why It Was Fed to the Furnaces of iheOlal Mississippi tean1boatliMany a Mississippi river steam boat it ia uow declared was blown up in the old days when in order to win a race the bnrrek of resin in the cargcAvcrc broached to feed the fireq Bcsins addjhcat v lue not only to Ithe wood that contahiS them but also la the coal Being more resistant tto decay uudtr water tthan the wood cells anti other tissues of the plants and trees from whteh the pests off bogs and coal forntilg swamps produced the rcshi lumps and par i ticles arc generally lft to be buried in the peat deposits even when most of the surrounding wood had rotted away and disappeared A careful examination of most brown lignites and subbituminous coal will gener ally reveal lumps of resin tliaU are visible to the naked eye The Coal mined in gome localities containi abundant large lumps of resin some a large us walnuts In places the glistening ambcrlikcAresin forms a large part of the n4lji Beautif u earn pies of this sort ait found in some off the coal cds in the Philippine islands Honor Popular Star While spending week end with rpJ otlvea at Lake Hopatcong recently Miss Nosbitt leadjng woman wai given a royal reception by many or tht natives end vacationists When Itwae wonldIHopatcongtor1 holiday plans were at once foEHSulated for reception and dance to be given at ontj of thq principal hotels In her honor Upon her arrival at the lake Miss Nes bltt unreiucUntly accepted an Invltn tforf toattond the dance Not antic Ipatlnk any celebration otf demonstra tlon she was astounded when hei gaylyher with congratulations for tho de lightful characterizations she has dis played in thE films Production Should Make Hit Ed J Lo Saint the Sellg producer Is putting on it particularly pleasing one reeler entitled One Traveler Re- tUrns In which Stella Razoto take the part of ministers daughter a de lightful character The plqt hinges around a ycfung man who marries a parsons daughter and who has pre vtousrly had dealings with another wpuian Th8 mannor In which thelat ter plans rv nIiWc1jtow her spirit iprevents tie consumniaUon novel and absorblng La nar Jonnst ne plays the lead Jack Macdonald an old law yerand Adda Gleason the otherri woman 1 J W our OB By PeterRadfordILecturerNational Farmers Union The farmer gets more out of the fair than anyone else The fair toe city man Is an entertainment to a farmer it is education Let us take a stroll through the fair grounds and linger a moment at a few of the points of greatest interest We will first visit the mechanicali department and1 hold communion with the worlds greAtest thinkers j You are now attending a congress of the mental giants in mechanical sci ence of all ace Ihey are addessIngI you In tongues of iron ont steel hi language mute and ppwerful tejllandI eloquent story of thu worldspr The iiwntlve geniuses are the most valuaulo frm hands we have and they perform an enduring service to Mankind We Can all help others forI IItakesrealm of science and light a torch of progress that will Illuminate the path way of civilization for future general tions The men who gave us the sickle the binder the cotton gin and hundreds of other valuable Inventions work in every field on earth and will continue their labors as longJn8 time Their bright intellects have conquered loath and they will live and serve mankind on and on forever without money and without price They have shown us how grand and noble it is to work for others they have also taught us lessons in economy andTeuV ciency how to make one hour do the work of two on more nave length onedour lives multiplied our opportunities and taken toil off the back of humanitySThey are the most jpracticall men- the world ever produced Their ventions have stood the ticld test of utility and cflicIeicy Like all useful men they do not seek publicity yet millions of machines sing their praises from every harvest field on earth and as many plows turn the soil in muto applause of their marvelous achievements FARMER RADFORD ON WOMAN SUFFRAGE The home Is the greatest contribu tion of women to the world and the hearthstone Is her throne Our social structure is built around her and social righteousness is in her charge Her beautiful life lights tho skies of hope and her refinement is the charm of twentieth century civilization Her graces and her power are the cumulative products of generations of queenly conquest and her crown of exalted womanhood is jeweled with thp wisdom of saintly mothers She has been a great factor in the glory of our country end her noble achieve ments should nut be marred or her hallowed influence blighted by the coarser duties of citizenship Amen can chivalry should never permit her to bear the burdens of defending and maintaining government but should preserve her unsullied from the allied influences of politics and protect her from the weighty responsibilities of the sordid affairs of life that will crushher ideals and llower her standards The motherhood of the farm is our Inspiration the is the guardian of our domestic welfare and a guide to a higher life but directing the af fairs of government is not within woo mans sphere and political Would cause her to neglect the gossIPI the forsjcl biscuitsf to mena our clothes and IRURAL SOCIAL CENTERS WoneMsqcal centers where our young people can bo entertained amused and instructed under the rection of cultured clean and cam- potent leadership where aesthetic surroundings stir the love for the beautiful where crt charges the at mosphero with inspiration and power and innocent amusements Instruct and brighten their lives To hold our young people on the farm we must make farm life more attractive as well as the business of farming more remunerative The school house should bo the social unit properly equipped for nourishing and building character that the lives of our people can properly function around it and become supplied with humanit Education Isn developing of the mind not a stuffing of the memory Digest what you read Old men have visions young then have dreams Successful farmers plow deep while sluggards sleep The growing of legumes will retard soil depletion and greatly add to Its power to produce BOOTSHOPINADOOT- A boot six fort long and three feet fiigh made in correct poportionr and of genuine leather stands ic frontt of a Los Angeles repair shop It contain a set of pigeonholes ant1 drawers for twit tools etc audiIt furnished withn halfhorsapoiva elecfric raotor operating agfUchiof rmachine tanUug in his boot the wyrTanjin gv5 an with ins lasc ijp lieamuscrrdt tj t the crowdi thaI pass along ard the novel advertise ment s said to ben tradebringcr AThOWNCAST6TATEj ISThe German aTialors the Ttus clans captured white making a long dislancel record ihust have felt cheap at suuh a termination to thier eax peeled glory Yes tttfis sora ljMUg of a odin down for then TRADE TROUBLE fWhntis the matter witbtho pntorvho calddon tthe doctorl ifttiiii know but igjfesjj heIs fu the ahlnglea i QUITE SO t I I hinhJ luthpdoga 7J mat is it1I Toxhuuting r ffT = 2SIIIiSIt Always Helps t says Mrs Sylvania Woods of Clifton Mills Ky in of her nstOI useCardl I abletpI of Cardui I began to IeeHike it new wpman I soon houseworkasI wish every suffering woman would give CIRDUIThe Womans TonicIa triaL I still use earduI wheniI feel a little badeand it always doe me good Headache backache side ache nervousness womanly womanstonicailingwomenGet a Bottle Today wSii t Postal Brings This Book W It freeit tells how you can have local and long distance telephone ser vice in your home af very small cosfc f Send for today Write nearest Bell JFelef r phone Manager or V r FARMERS LINE DEPARTMENT 1 r Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Comp ny INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY TAWill irP S is it 5S- liD t i DtVORCE YOURSELF FromDi t Dust and Drudterv by u I o Combnation Pneumatic Sweeper Release fr6m broom drudgery from lie itnin of mart inz and liftiog furnitureand from the dangous cattcini oldutanclgernuthtareraisedbytheweofthebroouisndihedd tll useof the Duntley Combination Pfleutatic + Sweeper which although wily operated by hand creates powethil force which draw out all the dirt and dint found in your rugs and carpets and at the umc tithe tKeVerolvng braih picks up tfl lint pins threads dcSwe made m Ugee ae and sold underSley in yourowa home Eorrd S Frea efCia Ort For more detailed writeTOOJTy Agents Wanted f r r II = 2 11Children Cry for Fletchers The Kind You Uavo Always Bought and wh1ckh2IW mIlU use for over 30 years has borne the signature of anti has been n nao Ms ncr sonnl Supcrvision since its Infancy noono to tlcclve rou In this All Counterfeits Imitations and Jastzvffood are but Experiments that trifle Avith and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORjACnutorla Is n harmless substItute for Castor Oil Pare Droils and Soothing fl5rupsi It is JPlcnsant It contains neither Opium DIorpMtaO nor KTarcotlg Bubstanco Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms arid allays Feverishness It cures IMarrhcea and yihd Colic Itrciicves Teething Troubles cures Constipation t nd Tltttulchey It assimilates tho regulates the Stomach and JBojUvfclSi plvhife1 cidtiy and natural Tire Childrens anaoettTno Mothers friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS tlie Signature of dEeaxs N4iu 4 the Kind YM Save Always Bois te Bse Fir Over 30 Years jtj nol BftlttT HtWVOBKCTr it f r Ij fOLEtSJIONlY or Mat lie t rarclittg information under Allow goric other Food sleep Hodolr0C111 Relieves eoUnsRaSi ubitadOno1thhestt DibT i