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V r i ESTftLHEDE WSLEtDERti I I f lJ Z1 1jr lrt ftJ e r If J I 7iUlV 1 f t t I eII Y r r k i aNEW SE1IUVQL xxxi 08 SPRINGFIELDWAHINGTON COUNTY KEXUCKY FEBnUAR 25 i ittL i L i It 1 oIIE SSWrOFSIN J FpVENESS VICTORY 4 I Zamsd tOn 111 tS iMlII Prcphvt ami walHia In HHHIM Ftf Kaaod Israel Was Penlr tCrwentlin at Mount Mizpah I The Watch Tower JFasting and Prgi4s Faver Returned Pht jtt PIhkealJarael Ilsised BHkerto JathIJte Lord Mptd ttt t Sam ucl 7th- jAMTJEL the Prophet sbt see fEU the Priest but could nott aLSecoj m e his successor because not of tfce priestly family IIt te probable therefore tnat as be react iraitBritjv be found other service butritbeYe la a blank in the record of tire4ty jeans at leant Quite possibly be MtfVffed himself in instructing the peifcfe respecting tbelr wrong condl tlofctlie permission Qt idolatry aie jut tbemBeglect of God etc Cfilr TSO Introduces him aa the toiler of the hour when the peopta Del becomethol- MCkly aroused to t Jseotthelrjrebollnesk and hOipback ah pwtt God flying brought tbep to tbls proper conditlop of RInd the Prophet Sqloel appointed a gcnertil meeting at avnuiLmouu ttl smutl Ik Prophet 7WatcbaerableA Great Reformation Effected The Prophet Samuel put the matter before the people distinctly saying Jf yedo return to the Lord with all you t attS then pat 1Y the strange god and Asntaroth from Among you i- ippe1yourhearts dI onto thq Lord and Berr HIm only and He will deliver you tit of the band of the Philistines He wna warranted la telling them this forvGodr Covenant Wthu them was tfial if they would obey His Lars and be toyal to Him He would guide their interests to their highest welfare but that if they were dlsobedlentnnd dls loyal He would deliver them into the bands of their enemies and punish tl fBaalimer The Israelites had been forewarn ed to kewt themselves from idols to such an extent that they might not eviwninte tpa lwgeegJetaovntt nnt allardfHHl were the iinnltes wbom they Jwfo not drtveafit or the ian- These 32HiufnnTl5r Tiiljf Wttl idols raU their towns and even In ttte- ibouaSai proteotIveiniLrAsbtaroth Is the plural ot Ashteruth u feawie deity known also as Isbtar and jAstacte ConneetPji with hei Fworship were mnnFHwutlous servic- esuppoetu promote fertility propasa tlon ofthe fiuman gpecles If SamtielK itgrk Influenced all Israel to pn tawnx thj lf Rods antI to worship and servt Jcbovah only be accomplished niiuIi Such reformations do not come bj change nor art they miraculous Samuel prayed for the people of la haul who popred but water before thf Lord fasted and coufcsvtnl that they bad sinned against the Lord This cod fcsslon was appropriate when asking the God wtibm they had offended to recelvaithcm back Into covenant nla tlpnshlp with Himself The humility rnecessary to such confession would be profitable In their characterbuilding JudgcshlpSainn in MltpahT be gave advice in respect to their affnIidIsputes proper course of conductAetc Thus the nation was maklnga new start Meanwhile the Philistines havlfag beard of the gathering came against them with an army Tbe Israelites bad come together for prayer nevertheless thy were probably more or less arm ed flat they fen quite unprepared to meet the Pht1IstIne and asked Sam uelio cry to God that He save them 4trom the Philistines They were learn ing to look for twlp In the right direc lion This cr coming After they had vowed to be loyal tto Jehovah put them Into a very tiinVrunt attitude toward Him frjimfliat or twenty years pre vltiijR when tltey riilhfl for the Ark to lead them iipiln the Philistines In response the Prophet Samuel of fcmrto tlu1Jlnln Jamb of the first TjSn iFIivlaj t npt hilt It wnn a type rjjr tsjfip iMtefo nf vvhUli taketh nwnr the sin of tILt world Then liii crlldto the Lord on behalf the people and till jurilncard him While the offering Vas yet upon the iiltar the noise of tb e approaching hosts wasP bear- dDellverance came In the shape stornuLoaliewhleh swept dowi The UllLAlizpah into the Dices of the aiproutchiu1g Ifosts They turned their luicksVogalnat tthe storm and the Is m elites perceiving the opportunity riijilipd onward jvJih the storm driving the P IIUtJnp bttor them and gainl IuR nsreal lyon tbe very spot wliorc twenty years before the Ark a hid been captumi by the Philistines Sjimue there set a stone as a monu ylnllSamuel l continued to be a Judge an Interpreter of DheLri1V a counselor to lib people all tie days of his life TkWthebati n began to be cememe4 NHnle QRQAN FOR SALE B Ui r4IQfibe rej t1 borcb Apply to Mra A E Shula MrI W H Leiicbrcan Wanted TQ bUy Lije Insur cepplfcia that have teen i fdtC4I over two yrar Addret sI JLcck Box 340 Louisville IV1 r JI Reorganization of RuralcDelive DJtbthroughout the United 4ftate for purposes of econoniy wilt l completed within the next si mouths in accordance wit igatnepdwentspostal laws and regulation isi sued this week by Postmaste General Burleson The effect c the new regulations will be tb discontinuance of many routes i sparsely settled communitie i Kentucky and else where th reduction in frequency of servic of many routes acd the rear rangment of routes where dt- iplication may exist Date upo which changes in existing route are to be based will be securtie by postmasters Durin month of each quarter ever piece of mail carried by rnra carries shall be counted am weighed ajid an accurate accoutD shall be made cf the patrons served Routes on whic the quanity of man collectei and delivered has averaged fo i consecutive months less that 56 pieces p3r month per mil re to be discontinued unles they can be rearranged so as t come under the newTules Th rogulatiiJllOf all the new rue willmake he greatest chang 13njroutes serving spars ey settle communities which cannot she this many pieces of mail Route which have service not more fre 4uent than th ejs tines a wet will have the greatest difficult in getting laity service There quiremem for increase of thrice weekly service is that 150 of mail per mile per mon h shail be delivered to famlies numbei iig four to the mile The bif gist stumbling block to the e lafilishment of the routes is ne Euje that patrons living withiA mile of a postofflce star route o uraldelivery route shall not b counted as prospective patron of a proposednew route Thi carries with it the inference tbt persons Jiving within a mile a postoffice need no better servic ifJ f further than a true from postoffice they are expected get their mail from a box on rural delivery route witnin mile of their home The regul tioas are in effect now tout lull force willI not be felt un d l7 six months L 2 A GanYdutBat It1p fl f t 1EIt k Can any farmer beat this e Seprge M AbellOneofourbusl- hug traders bought of John Garrison of ooloron December 1f16ths weighed on theuscalesofjsp R r Barnes tipping the scqJes io- ff pounds srte cps3l centsiKpound leMr Abell sold the same cow fPj the same scales and this timeiee weighing poulHis r dJdsysthn feed con istinv it cot an ton seed eaJcofn aVclover hay and In tbattimetdned2a3 pounds an average of fetor and a quarter pounds day Who can do better or evfenas well as l this If there ispny 6ne that can StIf Bardstown Standardts d Ought To Study It r e There is a dspiay of tobacco s inJitlocal drug store window that o ought to ce studied by every 10 s bacco grower in Franklin county s This tobacco sold the other day e warelhoused Thij is a price that would be1 iy pretty high for the manufactu red s product but it was paid for tr bac oin the loos leaf Ovious kly the grower who raised it didnt y ispread his crop over too much ground Be went in for quality instead of quanity recognizing is that a small quality crop is better II than a large quanity crop that iis r deticent in other respa ctsl Theres a big object lesson in the exhibit referred to and it w to growers who are at apPliesI ajt0KaVer too much r1StateJotnaV e1 sWel have ali grades of tobacco s canvas at the very lowest prices t Give us a llook before you buy o flfiCunningham Duncan Co er a For Sale Two good work 0 mares Willtake a good milk a cow as Pu t pay aIAal C Kimhall l EH Lillard Suicides V at Danville Danville Ky Feb 18Col W Lillardj ofthfe city whoa th Albert Gharitbn HSMc- Nult and Chris Mueller threeI other Democrats of voted for the late W 0 Bradley or Senator ip the L gislaL e of- fo 1908 defeating JO WBc1r ham for United States Senator cpmOitt suicide by shoOting vol1Ip Bradley and after the latters tth returncd to Kentucky and sIded With his brotherinlaw at Burgin renting out his home beVe but reserving the attic of the building It was in the attic that be com fmitted suicide Ye terd morning ho drove from Burgin to Dauville with J Nooe About 130 oclock ho went to his old residence and old the occupants that he desired to go io the attic He had left word for Ncoe to call fqr him about 2 oclockIMr Noe wool at the appointed tirneard waitl an hour and then drove up in town waited awhile and returned Cor Lillard s ill hud not come down and Nooe made an invest gation He foui d Lillard seated upon the bad with his spectacles iu one hand and a revolver in the o Her nd a bullet holoin his head No one in the large honse had hexrd the shot Ttivieed must have been committed as soon as he entered the rqom as lia nad on his overcoat and nothing had been moved as far as could bade tdcted Nice spread the alarm and a great crowd soon gathered Coroner Zimmerman immediately took chaVgeof the body and held an inqnest the verdict being that Co1 Lillard had taken hia own 1d 9 him8 Prior toihis elect on to the Leg islatureLillar was a leader In local Democratic polices and bad served several years as a colonel in the Kentucky miritia After he VOl eda r Brad y many of his old associats deserted him and sinre his return to Danville H had been observed t at he was very despondent at timrSa1 though it Va no thought thIwoud lake his iCe att II F dt James Dead c Exce iibfJSprin ga Mo Beb 18 Frank James one of the hat it lof the mejnera of the once nob ious Jafne gang diedon his farm near her late todiy He had been in HI health for avei months 6nd was stricken wit apopktxvarty today On sever al previ1s occasions recency he has been reported ar deaths door membersI ingthe dlvil War and the un settled period following kep people of a dozen States terror Frank James had been living the life of a quiet farmer for bore than thirty years Tile sqQ of a uiinjster respect ill throughout the community i Frank James joined t QaantriilvdL guerillasja the Civil War and to gether 2ith his brother Jesse took par In sacking lAwrence Kansas When the xyar ended they Were hunted for far and wide bTelativeaf of those who hd met death at their bands Driven here and there they soon became outlaws Among deeds the James gang committed in Kentucky were U looting of the Russellville bar ofl700ainl868 and the robbery of the bank at XJolombiai in l8 2Gin which A Q Martin tbe cash ier was killed Other mint Kentucky lobberies were Cfla edtotJamesboya i BefoVeyou sow your Tobacco J Beds basure you are sowing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price the tobaccoo that was grown from mvPare WhiteBurleys ed Iaaeioppedrtrs market nlmo been sold thU y ar Rtiuember all of my seed was graded witb a Tobcco bedJ grader They cost you about ten cents per acre i to plant your own crop If you want eed that you will be pleasI dWittM iterO ll1 et package Price IQOi B D LAKE For SaleRetail liquor stoie jn Lebanon Ky quart house with license for one year fine alreadybAddress P 0 Box 190 Lebanon Ky a 44xt I OUR ANNUAL s fr IWtllTE GOODS SALE lqp P 1= february 2456 ii- I J I JJ- IJ JI J IJ L Table Linens Napkinsi Towels rashes White IiJ Goods Shirt Waists Muslin Underwear Laces Embroideries Ladies J r r Neckwear Etc z GoodsJT A I Depatment on Above datese 4 iI i Reduced Prices for Cash Only t 1 4a GOODS BOOKED AT REGULAR PRICES t H i i A Jew LadiesS Suits and Cloaks af Half Prices 1 JE2RUNDYI aT7 MI rTIRtE up iIgoI H 9 + i iBil jSunday Epiffarrj You need a revivaliiwhen theres want of brotherjy lover tindistfenston lies factions evilJ speaking Youre away from grambliogandh y Tt ores something wrong with you You need a rtyival when the churchl has tunk to th low d reepthsare as many chi retl pepplein hEntert as any otiier You net d a srevivalc lturdflmembers falline into U grpeseat Jains When youre keeping somebody on the Bliiand beakngyour wiles heat tTher s sopetfting wrong wbt hell triubpbs dyer tbe fchurch and the devil makes a cuspidor o Boutmany 1ink dup with the devil there wouldnt be any use for Jthe Comforter TheOia World Is going tOhE U while you are silting in the church discussing methods and means Stand out for Christ jjust as you voweL If somebodyI were to insult your wife or ye children Idiike t1o sue come j myitI llike to light peiipte who fig d God like s ttsee me litft riners believe that n they have to do Is plow the ground and God will gjyjejinem a crop we would allsoon starve todeaiYou plow and plant because you believe its Gods will to iye you a crop We preach and prVv becaus4wei believe It is God will wveoel- WvlYMlmeansthe return ot the church from ftsv bacttsUdingi It lies grown c Id There s Iebwo many preachers and others w o sit aroundlike bumps pa s LgtIm getting Ur d of hav tng saddled jtoeL6d tbtD 8thjqr d J1i tO A withti The church has degenerated lntoa thirdrate amusement slit with religipricnt o utfSome of the biggest devils I ever met are in cb rcb A revival is needed when t wicked triumph over the chur thighwua thipka little Jongh and some sociardr srivd theta superioritv A revival will stop fueds in churches There should op no splitting of theological hairs You ministers and members of churches go at the devilwii th baver5 loon na mpre power than the church It is as much ths djbty at a preacher tqaakeRth4c6 mun Itt y forGod as it isfor the 1remazr respond when the alarm is sounded f Write down jour shiL Say God Im a fourfluaherra liar and amnot truto my wife or not true to my husband Worldly Christians i Ughj Might asjweli talk of a beaverily devil as worTifiy Christians of the sort wbd spend their nights at a show looking at girls with out enough clothes on em to make a tail for kite Promoting religion is just as comconsense as running a fitmIThe devilcan tnuster mpra pddpje t at the theater and the card pfirty than God can count down ranl their knees at prayer meeting revival alone can break tillIpower sMrt known and prosperous farmer ofIa Washington county and Miss MatlieMcCquntof Mercer Were tVtbeby f Rev RN Simpson The charm Itfg bride Is the daughter of Mr n1 Mrs McCpUB youascpuplejeft on the tO train for a short trip to Louisville t arrocliburgfleraldti Annual Easter SaleC The ladieapf the Presbyteflan church will have for sale cakes dressed henHand bains etc Saturday AprlUS at the Con rt- ouo I I j4r4IACjiKlmb11 ba S 2r silo- Vecona hVnd one hbrsiB on Sftd uIiSh0 1creita hrAtfarmec can use a fe V fthojura pf me in testing his sc3clcOrfla1ch 1tthereby save money and labor thavNivpu1ld otl erwise be wasted Thva fires eut wiurc has already b2aeg- in ht us several hard freeze wad view of the fact that mtch COra wasput inthe cribjastfall Wbile quite moist the planting ofj qo tested seed this spring bectunes an4 extrtmely dangerous thwg t It is useless to savJhat it is not omd trouble to Ust seed coraf ebUt for that matter there is nothing worth doing that does jaotiuvolvesomei trouble and i it iis toe man who is willing to intk the trpube who Usually succeeds The testing of enbugh s eedtoplanta fifty acre conf crop ueedpiot take more baJ1a total of one days work for one man It is surprising to count the ears of corn actually bajngI borne in an apparently gpod corn field and then find by cal citation what a small percentage that is of the number of rars that should ba there orIrthe hill with one stalk or wiM eo or mae barren salks re t quirsjaatasj much powing us i aJJItbear g a good a Ti e g rmii ito i lest may bf t crroueuiIJi ti folio rfg a an n tncbt ihciei drop i mut is fillfd twuii tlvjs d epwih ceansaniJ M gorxl soil or ua dnb that hii JI Tl1eaw1Idusrthoroughly moistened and well packed dorn Cutout a piece caf white co h t fit fnsileth tcoxi sacquareseach way like a cbeckei boarat hus leaving a border of troini chea around the box This box coillw iS3vent i f 3eromone triears desirable tiori Wanline rdtetbt t edoedakea1gear Pvo grainsshiiuld be tAk lfrom near the butt on opposias ides of the ew two from oppoII s ofitebeing revolved onethird of itst lDe circumftrence and two Iraii opposite sides of tbe eajtwa1 ethe tip the eir being rjevolved l a losi ttaken from six different p afrito leuthenargroups of six grains Jniis cor responding squart in hebo1c dewithtips pointing in tht same dire c tion Qut out another piece off cloth just the slze of the inside b thxwithout disturbing the position m of ththeJ plecd of cloth larger than the box and spread it down carefulJI1I o nverof wet sand or whatever material st rwasusedbox Fold the edges of th N cloth back bvet the bpxput a cover pf boards and set wiiithe temperature will not fall llow fiftyfive degrt es and runup about seventy degnva n abou a week thebbX WUIOt li ijeady for inspection Careful 3an remove the cover When ja uae dues not show six well tveoped sprouts discard UiId fo coriepo ding ear o Another convenient method iser ti1I ta strip of cloth about to nine thchfi wide and mark a and space down the center three in oh 33 wide with cross marks like tdeYonndsof a ladder Thiese chpacesii lively from top to bottom cor 1esponding blj9ECIO al1I J tiaterd w iL adhe WbO19bUUdl6 i4st Tib cisfp4tjeUcd T Rr t C0l1egj1ortA eR r JiI iU Ey r i tyour j t Aat j Are YOU doing lJt you d3uutyefpctsf You have a part fpWt4i ibe scheme oitjife if yoir aYifcpiily you are on yomr1 way X friat poet hiss saidIBe noble sad the noblenesstJjatiie f drnjj other men sleeping butsBverj3 ad llwi rise in majeSty to meMiijine- n rqw tt v Our goverpnaentia riot fhkrd w aster but ildty as4iotGic lindustrious and intl emt ct flPrI7a1j1a lri keeper no mauls souBfprteBa fH i jolpl he allow fen The world exp eveijmif PdIo hIs part andbo4p see the eenoas side otfire adtie r resp3naiIIjtIesflaIn y bifmrcounty not bvkwe avento the richest t IltMil er holds us tenanis ptttbWrth 1 Diy at hula will sSoon Jw Will ie called and our bpldfij glt hitB1 l 3bave3 te waro8brp bee SO tbejiooyesall to db wahjoe n IiiSJridj vith a wort of help aia cheer o r his fe Iowmartr J LawteaEOs g i Ks eky l A Kentucky has ioften reY91 inst the slandera ooai tJainsther1airi name by Zsiternnewspa 1I wiicwaIdtJ have the outai ww bej iieyeNthatt a carnYal of CJTMM is ntinsally gigtraiAit lL t1JiIiktcp tt iLtLi lass 1IrMk wi aUl ie alll1 t rhe har3h thinga thysAt Irvioe ijhtM ties co rt oule was namtJfioeiU 01341toi J1ri tj assassins and ridilei rlll bullets At B owlint GtS5 VwIBr ttudenfcjya gggarqb1sp bridge was blown ifi tbtifthe oantyJugwt Jan d iiabptea UMPs rmadaagainetthkcay r At Barboursville twr MLircr ifIengaged in areSsgr t g gambling gABe Tweitl eth bust and a third n rejaod mortally wounded Evryd YtbeprEt1ia atefac V- iry hews of minor thrMblii an pedatlons coamitted bjjpb Possum Hunters of Weera I IrtArof1rIi1h lJaMl te f e daM of tifr liitimat tott any crisi1Tlf4 JrMftooie abiiass tps1msw r Ia1f t i 1 dminiatralioii of juxtc bjpd a d juries andtail to ISIUSern basdoftheiawwlelhsy chly drye ZUsibtii ews f 4 FS44 t i f Two very deairabU beattgi ts oneoecorier ofrYaiJlktt d Covington Ave awl fees Main Street next to Mrw m Yiagera ike IlarsIso rulhoiHsa4otOaMai Street next Ii Mrs GirQeab tspas re ideace willI biaJsbiiyoa eel onhIsJ1y will make terwi fe iLJ waK RoSiorI Wheii coMMirip iiuraslngofrNW a aed canher for vr ell1bxt Wii roHisr ntatlvewholeie pIMR bs- ll you It sead to- fMaU JIA thsaJft 4rrt7r cA r v- LA5 r 7 c f1Il rJitrlWSWOfR PRINGFlELDKY Jt U l TOBLUKKDBVKRY THURSDAY f5f JMr NE JOSEPH POLIN II yllorsatia 1119 fishers Altered at the Springfield Ky Post oftIaaeece 4close iil matter jirIUif 4d CemmlssiDner h HON WM F KLAIR of Lexington Fayette county an J nouncegias candidate for reelection as t J Railroad Commissioner subject to the action of the Democratic voters in the August primary r ti Frirtiwriftwealtlfi Attorney We aye authorized to announce W H pragens of Lebanon a candidate for of Connnonvtealthstie office Attornej for the Eleventh Judicial District subject to the action of the Democratic party afthe August primary t r Ii j ii x For State Senator are unce Joh i t IQKy for Senator from tnis the FifteenthSen toriardistrict composed of the coun ties of Taylor Marion and Washing ton subject to the action of theDem r ocratic primary f Fir Representative the are authorized to annuonce Chas JO Durham as a candidate for Represe nentative in the lower house of the it Kentncky Legislature from Washing theoDemocratic party in the August pri ihafyiT iy SHarpsville f r iiy Dear Editor after an Be1fCe0f tV about twelve weeks if yctrVillgrantme space iq your valuable paper for d few brief + 1 rem arksXwill be yery thankful and Will respond accordingly making mynote as authentic afo possible Previous to my 1astI letter some twelve weeks ago lonly three lletters from our worthy cotrespondants appearedI duringsix months of my seady wri ingLut since my absent I note that manvof our writers J especially Valley Hill have be come interestedi and so Deeplyo concerned as to suggest that each and every ink slinger get busy and evervweekt toibe V Hr wMI r hbpatifsee this plan develop But owlong dId hIs or he 4 spiriti of interest Jast Way yu cin imagine of course only a fe weeks Now arent we interest e dSme of the wr lees have begun to wonder what has be navemindl S reedy with 4e gbtds he ta Jtbeen in waiting to see vhafc ice wonders were f oing to do and J to give the other Correspond ants a fair chance to demonstrate their suggestions Now after my watchfull waiting I must say apditiisevidentlYtruetha t lvhe thspirlt of regular letter wnt itig shakes hands with our cor CLOSING OUT SALEf Tr In order toclose out our stock of1 Dry Goods Clothing Notions 1V i l ofs1 rREAD THESe PRICES lLCIothinI Mens Pants h 50c to 4 250 Boys Overcoats age 4 to 12 l50tq toYS Pants from 30d tx j Mens Rubber Coats CHEAP 8110 liens Overalls Per Pair Boyfl Overalls Per Pair Childrens Overalls Per Pairi 100 Mens Shirts For t 50c Mens Shirts For tFor 250 dAssorted Overall Jackets Shirtsn50c Mens Summer Underwear For 50 Mens Socks lIte ForaJ2c Mens Socks r SOjI 75t 25 Mens 75 30 25 3b 25Y5 Goods us you will greatest ever offered in Floor old RRNQLD BROS respondanls too many think the worK isdone and sigoal the pic pie train for a long celebration of absence However I would like to see their suggestions de yelbpin the form of a weekly letter if so then we would cer know that our faithful writers have grace enough to thank the old earth for the free ride it is giving them arouqd the stars W E Robinson was a business visitor iu Harrodsburg Monday Mrs T D Graham visited her parents J W and Mrs Reed at DilncanMonday ICol G W Bowen returned Tuesdav frtm Lexington where he has been visiting relatives iMr James Sharp and thn g liter of Nicholasviriei were the goQ laseweek- r Russell Yates of Bloomfieid j spending the week with fri nds- where Miss Vena 5Peaksoflltiy3i i visit ng her sister this week Mrs W R McRay IMr Henry Brown at Huntiig ton Jnd is visitng relatives hers this week Special attention of old ma d and widows who are in the mat rimonial market is called Uncle Ruckers announcement- which will appear later nA J Scrogham adminslrator of the estate of the lat3 pubn Dry v J 15 and 1212 Ginghams for LL lOc Ginghams per yd Ij 12 and 5 l2c Calicoes per yard 25c Cotton Corduroy per yard v 100 Velvet Corduroys v per yard 20c and 16c Embroidery per vard 8c and lOc Embroidery per yarrl1 2oc Sateen per yard 115C and 25c Lawnsi IIeryard10e Lawns per yard 8100 Corsets for only 50c Corsets for only 15c Ladles Vest 3 for JBel Bc 4c lOc 70c Be 5c 1Uc8c 5c 69c 35c 25c a Matt SaleICommissioners nSb1ington February Term 1915 in the case of G A Mattingly plaintiff vs Taylor Masters Co defendents I will pn THURSDAY MARCH igiSatabodt the hour of 2 oclock P M a the residence on the premises sell at pub lie auction the farm of which Taylor Masters resided known as the Chas Oambron Farm This farm iis situated II about 2i miles East of Springfield be tween the Mackville and Perryville turnpikes on Pleasant Run and con polestone and tobacco farms in Washington County and has on it a dwelling stock and tobacco burn and all other necessary outbuildings The amount necessary to be made by the sale is 515825 Terms of Sale The land will be sold s ii on accredit of one and two years The executett bonds for the purchase price payable is to the nndersigned for the benefit of the parties in interest with gooe security bearing interest from the date of sale with a lien re- tainedis on said land with further security for the payment of the purchaseprice and the bond to have the force and ef fectof judgment elie auction at the S rot ham hc me near Seoville last Saturday ih s oftlie deceaspersonal property edr The farm will also he sold to later Mr H B Robinsim of llii place an J Miss El zibeih Corn isb of Lexington were in marriage last Wed ie davatt the home pf the brides parents Mr Misceliakeous 13 Paper Pins r 3Dozen Pearl Buttons for 3 boxes Hair Pins for L I304Ribbonsfdr loc Ribbons for lOc lOc lOc 12c 20a Ribbons Down price Cheap Laces 16c Ladies Hose for IMe Black for Serge u 3 yy25c 30c CHILDRENS HOSE CHEAP MensShoes and Low Cuts and Ladies Shoes and Slip pers cheap Many other Articles too numerous to mention Give callarid find the bargains Springfield Second Mayes stand t tiioly Snntrord- tcor comfortable commissioner untied Ifor t5c accordingly lliomas Cornish Mr andibinson is a prominent young farmer while the bride is ac oiu Ilplished young woman Having won a large circle ol friends in this community wnere she hay taught several school Thou many frends wish fo them a happy and prosperous life Mf Thomas Yates and Miss Jessie Darnellwcre untied in the h iy bonds of wedlpck Wednesday afternoon at the hqme of lil- tLtevJA Simms 13th bride and groom are well Known young people atjd have many friends here who extend ao them their heartiest congratulatuns W R McRay our hustling merchant teas Harrodsburg and Lexington la twepk- Misses E hel aijd Loreni Yra ger oC Kirlclanjd re visiting their bt other Mr E D Yrager- j Mr and Mrs Harve LoiTg will leve Tuesday for DeKalb III as Mr Long expects to1 make this placi his futnr j home we whIt for them a prosperous Me in the westernlahd JI Mr P C Yates reliirue Mon d yfrim Bloonitield where he bas bin visiting his brother Mr ChasesFates IMI James Cornish will leave Monday for Asfivjlle N C to Ispend die Spring and Summer Never buy what you dot want because its chean but buy wha you need at R McRays reJuctio sale because its cheap I llnOCrwci c 1I LEUS MAKE fYOU R EASIE8 SUIT i r t iiofi Wednesday and Thursday March 3 nd44 i tLL We will have with jus Mr Moses representingi i Ii 11 lsa G Hamburger 8 Sons i t l Tailoring Department of Baltimore Md i f ii ores is no stranger to our people he has given our bpgni 1 or the 1 t fiYetyearst ndhas always given us perfect satisfaction 2 1 jlt gtra i IPtJT Ii i tii REMEMBER THEMDtTES fi till r y Itt jf t q l I t MAOH3ncL4 lIfiill Jjjt It 4 RO2m ft 4f J t i i T BfRlJtNBY 11 IIlJTiRE4 C 000OOOOoOCC vCt L X00 0 0C n + OGOOOOG OG 000 44 Ct q oroilfU L S eI DPie1 w IiIJ r v I I 1r 4 I LII CostS II I Mens and Boys iWinter Suits and Overcoats and Womens and Childrens Coats arid Womens Coat SUrits at 12 I rift 2iIWe have just opened up a full stok r 1 Carpets Ruqs Maffi qslljnoTeumrsyacet JI Curtains and Wal Papery 19x12 30136x72B We are showing IOO different styles in 9xl2 RUgs See our stock before buying I We have all gradesof Tobacco canvass arid making especially low I1 prci s on same SPECIAL PRICES TO CASH BUYERS II GUNNINGFthMDUNGANGOL arni- dJdIJJtj itjlJ tii bul j t tidHi to iiHIifihbli JJHib f liIill illY fr R C Boblitt Pres T C Tatum VPres W F GrigsbyjfecS J Treas1 S E = FHRl115R S HOl 12 1 PI c i The Farmers Warehouse is well lighted well equipped and every department is in charge of experienced men We have our ownindividual auc Mr C H Richmond who is one of the finest FBisho e Itioneer and a very competent judge of Burley tobacco Mr J I well known to the tobacco growers of this and adjoining counties is on the fj floor andwill see to it thateany tobacco sold at our house brings JtS full g S worth t 1 Bring YOUr Tobacco to tie tomers HiDuses v i RMG BOBUTT OenManagert3 I lIl w TM9fflltffPfl4f jValley Hill AVe ogre sorry that we could noC fill ourrregular space last week but news w s so crirre that items were hat d to got During the recent pretty wetith er qlite a number of our farmers have bpgun plowing and some tobacco beds have been burned Air T C Tutu in was in Louis ville Tuesday lustl on husincis Mind Mrs Bonta were guests of Mrs Jas Moran Tuesday last 4 Ness Tholtca Tatum vas he guest of Miss Mary Bowman Grundy Pridi y Several l ValleyHillites attend ed the horse sole in tow n Satur diy Miss Zulu Weekly was tHit week end guct of Mss Bessie Wright in town- Mesdames Hurter arid Olyd MislPamer Guatley Frday Mrs E S Gbathy was the guest of Mrs H R Eddleman in Springfield Saturday Messrs H M Grundy and Ae B Hundley were guests of Mr Farmer Grundy Sunday MM W BalUrd visited in SpringfleU last week Mr and Mrs M Reed were guests of the formers brother at Willisburg Sunday 1Mr Par mer Goatley recently purchased a mule from Mr Huh Gqatley Price unknown Born to the wife or Mr N M Weekly on t e 21st a girl Mr Geo Comstock recently feell through a hole in his barn loft and broke a rib and bruised r Honstuggies Built ini these factories Buggies built upon the principle adopted by Mr F A Ames their head find founder 40 years ago that e ery Ames buggy should be the very last word in hon est buggy building Upon that principle he has steadily built up from a small hand shayone of the greatest buggy industries ip the world and hundreds of buggy users the world ovu testify to the wisdom of his policy fie still czar rises his supervision over these great factories Every part and piece must be made just so made of honest materialmade by know how worluneif andtindef the most rigid inspectoa ever employed in buggy buildingrall that you might have and enjoy full value for your money Ames Personal Guarantee Ir1Jr reputation of honest buggy building and these 1000000 t factories are beck of every one 3f J You want to see the Ames before you buygee the strojSjyJbuilt body and wheels diamond point French head springs reajpiiQafinafts superior painting upholstering etc which go to tnaleey JBJjKmcs the finest looliag strongest safest easiest tiding pleasure tt the world Everything you could want or wish for in abugcy o ey Como Amesfamous buggies You wouldcertainly be mighty Proud of owning one AJ CLKIMBALLngg tt ii = = 1 = = = r = Unl hiinselTup prcrtdeal tutl alter receiving m dlral aid Js now nrorrlesiIP nicelyu t Mrs Ora Crude nl son and Mr and Mrs Tm s Virgin were guests of tMVs 12d atlfy3Jh4r s day Mrs Abu Jones wasthe guo t of Mrs lid Cueahanri Monday Miss Bessie Robertas o SpXing field Vas the guq3t of iMissVPearO Gnailey Sunday Mr find Mrs C Ps Goatkyt t sit H1 of the opuirtf t I l jv G aUoy ne aIloWJlSJI1dt ff Walter Scott rpcentl v pnxjhos some hay from Mr Hugh t towua e Several from this itlape t nlWJ udaya rgtoour Rn h oresvilleM 1 As MopresvilQ neyS ha fbliep 1 ab tfbsome ttmeq wiI1 writ a fe lInci b 1rard Mrs Robert Piynev have jufltj returned from a visitJ tto tlielr dnughtervrMcs Bfefall nGooS Wperaad o sale hat Mrs J l HilYSlS bib atthe i D wriiinr tl Mr W C arlgsby of Bard 4u145g1s Bred In Oldt Kentucky Whtle the Ifa Good Timber Grows tirfnourmls s ayStsM r E JIown andsonWPte amour ii1iTdS illhursduyI Mr Hubar Virgin any wife Tore in S pi ingfleld Tuesday Mr Frank and JohiVryumoi lent fo see their uuct 7rS- ZirttiaUarneY f l Sunday oWiijisi urg who b very iJio1rtt this trltin lMr Fred Ohea li andtnntily tended cbUrtiS jyfi13Qil artJayIf s Mr pdtJ lggfot1 Mr ootr Bisfiqp are utf vlie ack Itat US wt16 I LR CEAC14 J 1 AGENT FOR tateclcy drawer lisarince OP LEXIHGTOft KY lusures AptlQBl Fire Jfghtning Wind Farm rs aI GrajiraM risks a specialty KNDL J YQUR PATRONAGE tRates Reasonable Telephone 155R SPRJNGFIELD KY DR JO IJIUC1J It PnjslcianIlIndSurgeon 8to9amOffice hou i to 2p m- Over Haydons Drug Store t DR W K TRU- SiYDENTISTI OBIceover Ha ytlon Barber Dental woricAtreasonable prices A 11 work guaranteed Dr R J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY Offic 6n Majfv Cross Street Phone 20 730 to 830A yicoiours 100 to 300 P M = DR MrW HYATT Office over Springfield State Bank Office hours 1080 a toi2m4t05 pm I ki WFGRIGBYA- TTORNEY AT LAW OBlee over People Bank- BPIUNOFIELO KY Trees ruit and Shade Trees Shrubs grape Vines Rhubarb Aspara gus Peonies Phlox R9Ees etc Everything for Orchard Lawn r and GardenfFree Catalogs No Agents B F Hilleniueyer Sons1 1 t Lexington Ky yfNurserymen since 1841 l f SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and germlddal of all antlseptica 13 v r1 A soluble Antkeptic Powderto be dkcblved in water as needed As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh Inflammation or Ulceration of nose throat and that A caused by lemlnlno Ills It has no equal For ten years the Lydia E Pinkham Medicine Co has recommended Paxtinn in their private correspondence with women which proves Its superiority Women who have been cured say Jt ila worth Its weight In gold At druggists 50c large box or by mall The Paxton Toilet Co Boston Moss 9 r- II TOWN6 r JyI HW MiOOiOiJWWI W iiW Local Happenings 0Interes f The Fthind Latest f 8 III About Yourself Friends- sndAiqusintances tnt Baled tray and Straw for sale N P Shompson Phone 119 W Seed potatoes and garden fr eel at McClure Mayes S P Thompson rr 3 has for sale 1000 locust postIRL OlE meots RR 2 has Jor sale Orchard Grass Seed J 3fc Wheally Springfield r r 5I box 12 has for sale a Shorty hornmale calf If you want the best seed po tatoes and garden seed call on McOlure Mayes ForSaleSC R I Cockeres 100 each Mrs J I Martin LostGold pointed Jno Hol and fountain pen Return to this office or H R Eddleman Pure White Burley tobacco seed fur sale by Mary Brown Grundy B D Clements SprjngQeld R R 2 has for sale BJll d Hay and Straw FOR SALEThree thorough bred Hereford Bull Calves ready for service Also two haifers S P Thompsofi LostOn County Court 2 col lar pads placed ina buggy in front Arnold Bros by mistake Finder will please returu same 10 Arnold 8rosIThe Baptist ladies will conduct a sale of eatables at the Court- House on next Saturday Feb 27i any lady member who wishes to contribute to this will please 1l1sausage and etc Our 10th Annal Horse Sale helcl on Feb 20 was a success having sold ST head in tho sale besides there was about 25 sold in town during the day that was not in the sale We had an ideal day and a very interesting crowd Mr Tolliyer from Lebanon Tenn 1bJught1IFor Representative nIInouncement as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative Mr Royalty is a well known Citizen of this county who stands high with everybody He is a lifelong Democrat and has always done everything in his power to TOPICSIIII I Model Sanitary rDental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Williams Store Tel 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard promote the Interest of his parly has consistently supported its nominees at all times and given hs time and money to its supJ port If nominated he would make a strong nominee and if elected would make an able Rep resentive apd would carefully safeguard the peoples interest and could be depended upon to vote as he promises Has Big Sale Mr E S Mayes held his hog sale last Thursday at which 44 hogs were disposed of at prices ranging from 20 to 160 A large crowd was present from this and adjoining coun ties and many or our own farImeN took advantage of this sale to stock their farms with the verybest in theI uroc hnpI Mr Mayes has never held a sale in which al the stock offered were in better condition and the majority of the number offered weie capable of taking hrat at any hog show Fire In Town On last Saturday at 12 oclocir the cry of fire was heard and a large cloud of smoke was sen issuing from the residence of Mr Richatd Arnold Citizens of the town soon cleared the house of its contents wnia the fire Department responded ln Ii few moments and bE unto tight fire and while the tire had gained considerably headway before beii g discovered yet with their effective manner of fighting in a short time they had it extinguished The house which balnngs o Mrs J C Gordon was considerable damaged Circuit CIThe Washington Circuit Court is now in session On Monday the Grand Jury were empanelled and swurp Judge Thurman gave a good strong charge to them calling their special Atten tion of several sections of thj II stitute which tile law requires to be douo Special attention was called to the laws against i Q J 0 PULLIC SALEo1 IIIwili 11at my residence 3 miles from Springfield I and Springfield turnpike OnII I Thursday March 18 I I 1Selll 1 oOne IIITwo Yearling coming 3yearold Mule horse 7yearold Mare in foal tomulesIIShorthorn Cows 3 to 5y IISiX Shorthorn calves 70 tons nice Timothy hay S 8alMvil be on a credit of six months personal security bearing intierestjrom II6Sor requiredIund payable in either bank in Spring I Henry Keene ii nl1 TTi Ii rGaming and the jurv urged to make a diligent inquiry into all violations of ibis law There is quIte a large civil docket especially on the equity side The following cases have heen disposed of- Commonwealth vs TomVotaw not guiltyI Same vs Herman Kajs breach of the 20 and costs Same vs John Riley furuish ing liquor to minor1 50 Same vs A S Hubbard charged With mutilating graves by driving a heaxily loaded wagon over graves in Rockhridge cemetery was found not guilty Same vs IrAine Thompson fur pishing liquor to a minor 50 tiame ys 1lvinI Riley pointing pistoll at another 50 Same vs Harry PostorHond Roy Beavers grand larceny were lound guilty and sentenced to the penitentiary for not lee than one year nor more than one year aud one day Same ys Worley Simms furnishing liquor to naiuor 50 Same vs Cleo Dennis furnsh iag liquor to minor 50 Same vs J R Keeling charged with murder was continued until the 4th day of next term of court Samevs Alvin Rilev pointing a pistolat p Wells 50 SacevsWin Blacketea breach iff the peace one cent and cbs Same vs Wood Wayne breach if peaceoneccnt and cost Same vs Ed Hooper and dim Dumley breach of the peace 50 indcost each Same vs Mort Lews charged with malicious wounding was round guilty ald sentenced to I f1ttt I f f t NOTICEof 4t 1The letter published below from the Controller of the Currency tells its own story We might wish to indulge our customers in the overdraft line but all can readily understand that we just CANNOT Govern yourseJf ac- cprdingly i d DONT BLAME US when your check comes bacK UNPAID The Kentucky State Banking Corn mssionermakes the same ruling and it must be obeyed l The PEOPLES DEPOSIT BANK tThe SPRINGFIELD STATE BANK h 2 The FIRST NATIONAL BANK 1r i t ICt i TREASURY DEPARTMENT1 of4 JJt1 t i r y 9 WASHINGTONS + i pIfrjFRQf TIlL LIJRRrCV t tt frt iJ iq 1 t tIIJ January 18 1915 1 To tIe Board of Directors tq t 3 Gertlee I1 rC f rii llhe granting by sone qanks of accorrnodatfaris in the forn of OYERDRHFTS Is jt obJe tlOable arid cart riot be cOtlIltel1alced by this officeIj 1TIls practice sl10tlld cease e tlrelyT facilitate the dccorrplisnerit of this result the ii isUbject hqs been taken tip by this office With the banking dhpartnents 6f Various states arid t these authorities have generally agreed to taKe the necessary action to secure tIe effective i cooperation of State banks in attaining the end desired 4 YoUare rexuested to adopt a resolution directing to no officer orernplpyee of yoUr baTik t i L Sl1d1Lp9Y or charge totlie account of any depositor any check of sUcn depositor When thereI are Ijot sufficient funds on deposit td the credit of the drawer of thecheck to meet the saITeI tl Please forward a certified copy of tile resolution to this office as soon as it has t i adoptedi Lf t tIe resolution s aw tIe nain63 of tile directprs present at the neeting i ase pocnovledge receipt vJithoQt deldy t i c rr I f 1 4i 2liS v r J t Respectfully i5r t f Ifr JNOSKELTONW1WflMSV r rK v v NSv i f troJerl the penitentiary for one year months and one dav jxI The Gcaud Jury is composed of thn following S M Mars Foreman T J Settles Qlerk Jbhn Andersorf Sheriff JT Goo e H B Waters J P Willett Roy Smith J T Carrico Mc Keeling John S Cocanougher Thomas B Prather W P Ryans The following are Pitit Jury John Dennis J R Wbarlon W ValbIIi Coj canougher J T Wiinsatt D L Graham G E Edelen Merritt 8io ate N W Ishaui Kent Blan ford L A Willett Sol Ka s J R ClaybrcoUe J J Graves Joe Campbell S D Campbell Al moa Centenarian The oldest woman in WaslI ingtbqcoun pr r dto er re ward v len n kst Saturday dightlJrr Joliii na Scannel de herIt Miss Fitzgerald and was he rn in County Cork Ireland in Jar uary 1816 She grew to woman hood in her native country When qu le 0 ing she suITt r d the loss ol her mother When young woman she was unite in imrriigo to the lao Mulfal Scanned After htr inarrijig they took up their resiJerce in their native land but came to this country in 1850 and for abut 12 year liytd in New Yoru City Sometimes in the early six ias they moved to- Vaahingon County and sett cd near bt Rose She was U e mother of twelve children only two of whom survive her Mrs J 0 Poemin of this opunty a id and Mr B 3 Scannoll of Lou isville Mrs T J Medley and Dennis Scanne both of whom are now dead vere here chi e kren as was also tlie late Sister Benedica of bt Cefwrines anti the lute Rev Father Joseph e Scannel who died in Memphis f Tenn during the yellow fever e plague of 1878 In 1893 she suffered the loss of her husbtnd aud companion for more han one ha ffeel turv Shortly after biudeathshe moved with her daughter M rsfJJ O Palmwhiehplace com in tluedMrs ScaLnell vas a remark able wOInii in tlrat th retained a clear ecoUec ion and inemor up untir her death aud the vigor of youth wits nevenextm guished eVtu in ola age and she was never happier than when indulging In merriment withw young people with all of whom she was a favorite jr Although aay from 1tund many years sIlo never forgot the green fields of the phd sod and frequently during her lIe was heard toeing in tbe Insh lan guage its national soiiscThose who remembur1 hnr earlier days have many inI recolltc ions of her willingness to help her neighb 131and many could give testimony of her vir tures in this regardL She was very devoted to her children 10cbU10 pleasure havt several of her lgreat grandI children visit her SdeattJFuneral services were conduct el atStr Rose Monday morning t bYtithe remains were laid beside r thase of her husband In St Rose cemetery A large c oivd of old Ip R1 T AL e1 I Our Lass r 1 I i t i = r tl IIf I Is Yourain HLt I HavIng determined to reduce our Pit01hIn Stockt JjIItirehali its present siz4 in 80 dis we arel going to offer theestock of Suits ard Cvercoats at I2 their regular selling c t This is a rare chancefor you sodent delay Cothe i once and get the I OREATlnST BARGAINS f t4- ever ltr offered you in Olothingas we must reduce our stock in next 30 days Everything staple and very dEsirable styles i All this season s best things l I J g I 2500 Suits for 1250 2000Suits for 1000 15 Suits for 750 II 10 Suits for 5 Ifor JO ifor 10 for y I I 251and29for l f l I RUBERT8UNGLYBRObKE IJne q I I 1Lem Dfj f a u = == iPUBLICl SThLEi-ii- r jOF r = IMPLEMENTS l 1 = Haviiigf decided to change my I will on rJr i WEDNESDAY MARCH 1Q J 11 rr At 10 oclock Am on my farm known as the Cecil place one mile east of St Marys Ky and 5 miles north of Lebanon Ky sell ta the highest anHbect bidder Two Farms d RejifteredDurociJ I rof Farming as good as new 11 RM NO 122t sfcres known as the Cecinfarm 5 mites from Lebanon and mile from St Marys about 12 acres in blue grass iO acres in alfalfa 50 acres in Imothy and alfalfa about 27 deres in cultivation od1lt live room residence two tenant houses one large stock barn 3 small barns 1 tobacco barn never faffing sun ning water on place and complete water works system flt house and barn 6 new hog houses This is one of thebcjt and most productive farms in Marion county about 90 acres is the very best of creek bottom land lff balance gently rolling rich linustoneard and grows blue grass perfection alfalfa grows on the farm to- j- t toperfection and made four cuttingiin 1914 of moie than fourtonsper acre If yon want a good farm dont overlook this one Every one who saw the alfalfa on this place said it was as good as tl ey ever saw groyr 0 anywhere 3 ft FARMI NO 2I5 7 acres located 2 miles tram Lebanon orf the Cecil River turnpike room cottage 2 room 0tenant house large stock and tobacco barn about one half tHb farm in blue gijass nd orchard grass balance r is cultivated land all lays well dnd is in high state of cultivation plenty of never failing water This fanb is 1 splendidly locatedand will make anyone a good home Both farms are on good turnpikes and have telephones in residehces and on R F D No neighborhoods CATTLV 17 registered Aberdeen Angns tows regist d Aberdeen Angus bull Torjan Erica Pride Black 11 bird and Tilly Four strain as goxl blood lines aad as good mdividualsas can befound anywhere Pedigrees will be furnished on day of sale A rare chance to secure cattiev of this breed and quality HOGS 4bout 40 head of registered Durociersey hogs br such sires as Fancy Colonel DefenderPro tr 1 Cardinal Def nder Oliin Chief and Seares D fender Ohi o1 of regi t red darn by Defender CaMjnal Cherry J Kings Advance Proctorjabout 10 9f them are bred to pig in March bySeearaes Defender Chief balance are gilts and young boars ready for service this spring they are good onesN head of No I work mulqs 5 to 9 years old 3 mares and 3 horses 15j to Jfihands high Farming implements p harrows cultivators roller mowIhg machine rakes plows wagon gear etc All good as new TERMS On Lundli cash balance in I 2 3 4 and o years with lien and i terst On Porsonalty 12j months time notes negotiable with approved security berrlrg per cent interes Lunch will be served on ground Write for catalogue oit cattle and hogs cbuBoa Ky j l a frionKs and n igiibors attended he funera services Card of Thanks I desire to extend my hearifeVs thanks to the people of Spring field for their help in saving my household goods from the fire hich destroyed my home and their many other favors shown y4flfand familyrR M Mrs 0 T Adkinpon and- hidren h ive returned from HenJeisond N 0 where they have been for the past year MM John O Simras and son Vil1 were in Lebinon Tuesday MisCT Thcodosia Wickliffe EVen Gregory visited friends in- anmphehlsVillO last weektr MrJ W KeideK of Lebanon WIN hero Monday Messrs W R atci- palditig frwd atlende3 the tyorse sale here Saturday Miss LettieMayi Kaylofr Mack viile spent the weekend with Miss Pearl Boswell Mr Thonta B6swel visited his grand parents at Peniiik Sun day 2500 Overcoats for 1200 2000 Overcoats v 15 overcoats Z5f overcoats vw IWe THE GO Jli LARD STOCK Et business lil Implements LEEA SCE RCE AitNor- D13ERSONAL j A Tribute j A truly and good woman has pissed from among us Mrs EliibeUi Spalding Olements as wife mother and friend she hath dpno hat ahA c mid in her sh1ningIago day to g Clement and to this union a1 lati e and highly esteemed fniiy of child en survive he sons and two diughiers Mrs Pat Kelly Hallie Clements and Messrs Wat Clements of Lo isvJHe WillJ iint i raaIng of her phUdrenaid ditr tt tri ting the sJnshbe of a swett lIeitiht itbid eeds to her fellowmani Thece i an inner sabctuary ou each life where some departed Soved ones m mary is enshiuedj tj uadiuty noblenes8 off character t I toothed and sustained by antt acheatlherand lies down to pleasant dreams The Willrmiss r Your presence WillJJpver overaa swqrthersiSryh1 LikethebeaconofaaAnsJE5cbentle rlYa starlateskyfourrjafor And over our pathway It flashes fTie A radiance that peririier never Funeral services were cond ucte highMoswere laid to rest in the St Hose cemeter7 And so we looked b to the sad faces Of her six noble so s who acted aspill bearer We felt that Cruel Death cares ntforthe sigh Nor the fear that dims the eye yeaIwepj Must all the sanie bl4d In sleep f IpN f t si f The WashiDXVn Coantf Fi cal CouItilloisj rJra f March 16 1915 jictyt Mis JO ono Steam I415 or1JIf iDols i Power TractiiZniiE Whh freighting wH heiavy gear for ronrp 8C uS rln FdreiMflie with license t j 11btltItAddress R O LMtlirr r6 mmMOHOTO IN mwt Ttftt Ann midshipmen who 4 KMH W Wmrilek Urbld H Hungat Tt4htCIs work Artificers mn wunn rsclass In navy yard HB United States navy is the v f best paid navy In the world audit presents opportunities for advancement equal to those of jilmost any profession A mano wstxft milD never loses his Job even Itemporarily for lack of work He sal ways iure of big pay of three substan tial peals leachday of clean Healthful turrounYlngs His health is the primary coBcern of a skillful staff physicians IUUmeoZ Injury or illness he receives I Wlthotf cost the best medical and hos Tpital attendance and after tnlrty years of rtervtce he may retire on threequar t tem ofbis pay assured of a never fail ing lacosBe so long as helives Excepting the cost of his clothing after ibejirit ontflt which is furnished gratis and a deduction of 20 cents a mbfllh locithj hospital fund a mano wars mans pay is all velvet He has oo poard to pay no rent and no doc tors bills Considering his steady work ami perquisites be jIs much better off than the average mechanic or clerk canI tending with losses through ill health strikes weather and business depres recruit can readily see the posi tion and salary tie may earn by ear Best and Intelligent effort 4om the time lie enters the training station he rectlvesrSiselul instruction and encour ng raenti Hi3 advance can be mess ur d only by hIS diligence behavior aid bUIytor opportunities extend over a field offered by no other service BefHien are required to dteer man the boats the guns rind turrets and do the general work of the b1p outside of the engineroom clerks stenographers and J b1bkke pers Jo handlerecords and ac coupts nurses stewa rds and cooks elec tr1eiansnachInIsts plumbers paint eta ship fitters coppersmiths and bWcksmIths and boOermakers to keep ships 4n repair radio operators fire IU torpedo men to handle torpedoes r fThe special service Branches embrace yeomen clerks nurses musicians and coots La the seaman branch we find r Afe xbenijuQst Intimately Identified with i p navigation and fighting of the ship a8eamengupners torpedo men quar termasters boatswains and In the artificer branch the tradesmen of the navy machinists electricians carpen ters coppersmiths painters etc Tbe t rotI1nPrates of pay t SEAMAN BRANCH Apprentice eameni17COOrdinary seamen Seamen 3540 Petty officers third closa 2300 tPcjty officers jeeajpjl cjoss 38W Petty offlcersflrst class 410 and IJllef petty mCerfc 5iOJ to i7C J t ARTIFICER BRANCH Coalpaaser i 210 Shipwrights Seamen first class 3Sro rettyomcerth1rca I 3300 Petty officers second class 3S50 to 4400 P tttcmctrS first cazt too to JO TbUr petty officers to 7700 SPECIAL BRANCH Condsmm Benmtn tcond class and Bcaracnr ilref Class Pettyoffic ta third l1IsCOPetty offlcers sccbrid class P ttY officers first class Ze and 4400 i Chief XMsttylofficerfl 673 to 7700 JLtliricUve aS these inducements are tnejr by no4 means limit the advantages offercdjby the navy Uncle Sdm knows the value of experienced men so Rnhouorably discharged man who IsI a TJaltcd States citlzou enllftH the ccI jt oDd tlraia hla pay Js Increased iOOnl munUrand i30 n month more for each f 4Isubsequent enliHtincnt In addition I jvhefwniget fbior months pay and UiO ft month jf fie TBcnllsts within four n months Second enlistment men have in dpnortujHtv tOflUl HIP II L aEoTO DEATH BY WOLVES Squaw Who Set Out In Search of MWJng Child Met Same Fate at the Little One JL Labrador missionary says Mortt TIrBatten In the TEVlde World told ni JI cartons story which ooiurred on r tke Labraddr coast some ytsju ago r QB 1irc hl the little daughter of a cei tete Imv iwJ missIng and on die cojr rtfe the cWlda tracks in the Mjfvjaj party of sqaawB set out to I leekl fair hwj What was their alarm W4 a lltttei way from camp they SaI441iLtb4t footprints of a great 1fIat1ltit accompanied Jboao ol the eMUL TlM kit Aid not appear to L flbaWf ilMjriliiiil had apparently 7s4 alom jp enticing the child ifctr aM jfcdwp from camp In ttI t ftitrttiltr chili mistook it for I r1 f1 I Me and Ib4 jendlly though M tapillian ot connie 1 ilMnit4 bad exercised f K9MMfte over her 4eriep4ng on and though HM oiuawfl continued tr tlM tnekvi III the wolf and th role from the ranks Left to right John W Rower Horace S Corbett e William Buck They won their appointments in competitive examinations School Norfolk preparing men for promotion and increased pay Bottom at Washington Section under instruction overhauling seven inch gun atonal schools maintained by the navy courses at which facI1ItutpromotIon- and Increased pay Men of exception al skill Jn handling the guns receive extra compensation of from 2 to 10 a month depending on the size of the gun Divers and men in the subma rine service are rewarded for the risks they assume with additional pay and those detailed for other duties such as ships tailors certain coxswains and mall clerks Bavo an income addition al to the pay of their ratings Any disabled person who has served as an enlisted man in the navy for ten years and has not been dIschargedfor misconduct may apply for aid from the surplus Income of the naval pension fund which jnay be granted ipou the recommendation of a board of not less than three naval officers in suitable amount to be approved by the secre tary of the navy After twenty years of service any enlisted man disabled from sea serv ice by reason of ago or infirmity and who has not been discharged for mis conduct shall If Ie so elects be en CLASS AT WORK IN NA titled to a pension equal to half pay and be admitted Into the Naval home Philadelphia Pa Any enlisted persob in the navy who has served thirty yrs may be placed on the retired list If he so desires All service whether hi the nvy marine corps or army Is credited On retirement he Is allowed thre3quartcra of the pay lie was rocatvlugwirqn retired and In addition thereto allowances amounting to lo7i a month for ra tlpiis quarters fuel and light Promotion to the highest ranks Is open to the enlisted man As an Amerl can citizen he may be nominated for admission to the United States Naval academy at Anudpolls by his congress man or senators who have certain nominations In their giving Last year at the earnest solicitation of Secretary Daniels congress authorized the secre tary of the navy to appoint fifteen en 1listed men to Annapolis each year They must win ihe nnmlintldn In a Trtmpctltive examination and miitt have completed one years senIce with honor and he under twenty rears of age Enlisted turn with gooi records who are under twoutyix years of age may also participate lii exarnltuitiniiR for the pay wi njiiiolrtinenN to Ihomefind that they themselves bad been deceived and were now surrounded by wolves Only one squaw survived the night of horror that ensued to return next morning to bear tidings of tho calamity to camp 4Here Was Bravery Pat Mike and Terry went to war During a buttle Mikes arm was shot 1PatPat turned to him In disgustIt Quit yer howlln Look at Terry over there Hes had his head shot ofl Who aint sayln a word Greatest ChicKen Farm Hecches farm Poole England ta laid to be the greatest chicken farm 1inens by electrical Influences are reported showlngTemarkable results In five weeks electrically treated normnllWorgt corollaries In the treatment of sub normal children The Outlook which url now limited to them ana upon qualifying they will be commis sioned assistant paymasters Yet auotWir door Is open to those who have good records and ability bui who have been unable to advance by channel mentioned They may go Ithe through the rinks Men who unve continuously and rouh the grade of eiiiefor first class potty otn eer are eligible for appointment ns warrant officers with pay of from lrOO to S2100 u year Warrant officers arc boatswains gunners carpenters ma chinists and pharmacists To be eligl l ble for tbLs appointment seven years rervlce at a with average efficiency Cr not less titan S3 per cent is nects tory anti candidates must be under thirtyfive Warrant officers after serv ing four years lu this grade are pro luoted to chief warrant officers and at the age of sixtytwo they are retired on threequarters pay Every year twelve warrant officers boatswains gunners and machinists who are under thirtyfive and have completed four years senIce In the VY ELECTRICAL SCHOOJL grade may Income cnnigng uimi quail tying a con pptltin eaniinitlj It will be seen It is possiblei for enlisted men to betouie PoniralHsfoued line olll cers wltliont nttendhig Alhiiipolls at nil A close Inspectim of tin foregoing nccouift will reveal the fsHt that It is now possible for a lad to enter the navy n t the age of seventcm iII tJe lowest rung of the Judder and In con sequence of promotions du to till gence good conduct nul ability retire as a chief potty otticer lit tIle nsaMif fortyseven when hu Is still ctipniJsof entering profitable employment In lvil life On a pay including nil allowances 11needIndustrial institution In tIe cqunlry This article Is Intended to inform young men of the opportunities offered by service In the navy The bureau of navigation Washington and the navy recruiting office Indianapolis hid Lwlll be pleased to furnish any addl tlqnnl Information desired A mans success In the navy can be nansuroil only by the stuff that Is in him 1ili gent attention to duty will receive reward As in every fieldl of endeavor the man Is the architect of his career A Century Ago Samuel Colt inventor of the re volver was born 100 years ago In Hartford Conn He was a boy of teen on board an East Indlanman a sailor before the mast when he made his first model in wood of his celo brated revolving pistol At tho agoot twentyone ho took out his first patent for the weapon The officers of the government and the army and navy tbeIreolvfirst company od for Its manufaO turo ended Jn failure But the Seminole war In Florida demonstrated the merits of the weapon and it was then adopted by tbs arm Other wars In different parts of the world created a demand for the revolver and by tho time pf the outbreak of the American tCivll war the Colts arms works could hardly meet the call for the famous pistol Mr Colt made a great fortune put of his Invention but in 1862 ho dleA at the early ugeofrteihL Ir H3tO lliJl1NIDlIlf c 7 a mmmCONSPICUOUS AND OEKY w SERVO IN TilE NAVYo 1 Secretary of the Navy Daniels presen entatjon took place on board the oN tthe afternoon of Jnn 0 1014 there wore assembled pn the quarterdeck of the United States ship Florida III the pres cure of the secretary of the navy the commander In chief of the United States Atlantic fleet Ids staff the cap talus and officers of vessels then In port and hundreds of their comrades of the ranks who had shared their dan gers and borne with patience months of tedious duty in a tropical clime thirteen of the fourteen enlisted men of the navy who so distinguished themselves under lire at Vera Cruz that they were to receive much prized medal of honor It wits the tribute of tlo country voiced by that branch of the service In which they served for their meritorious conduct when put to the severest test In addressing our newest heroes at the presentation ex ercises Secretary Daniels said The medals presented today are tokens of a grateful countrys appre clntion of work nolily done of duty well performed of readiness to face grave danger They are given to men who by their cordmt under fire have won renown not only for themselvds but for their companions In arms their comrades who while hoping for op portunities for themselves yet rejoice In the good fortune of their Shipmates iu beimigwhere the fight was thickest the field of service greatest for that IsI the ambition of men bearing arms And that is one of the most pleasing elements In the gratification we feel todaythis readiness to extend the merit and the honor to all who w the uniform arI You know that the signal most prized In the fleet Is the one flying from the flagship telling with Its let tens of many colors that something has been well done find that while some particular one perhaps huts won It yet the honor is for the ship and all Its crew Or oificors1 und men whose leamwqrk has mate the winning poa slide r The bluejacket Let us take off our hats to him in street for his uni form Is the blue badge pf courage take him by the hand for his hand protects our homes treat him with respect for he rings true his heart Is of finest gold The medal of honor Is the highest rec ognition any American can receive from his government All fourteen who re calved the medal pf honor received also a gratuity of 100 Thlrtecnof them were1 advanced six months ago to tho next higher rating awl the fourteenth mann was given permission to partici pate in the next examinations for war rant officer All fiftytwo of the other enlisted mien who distinguished themselves less only than those awarded the medal of honor received letters of cowmenC dation frqm the navy were nllowwl to participate in nextt examination for wurnmt officer and fortysix wen Immediately advanced nixt higher rating than Ihiy then held Such ore the substantial rewards the navy accords her heroes These liwtri r ryml f ivonltlnn for services that are unusual caused gun emIly by circumstances we strive nestly to avoid Through the dispen sation of a protecting Providence we seldom have laid to brave the dan gers of the sWord and In the annals of our history peace hero vies for distinction with the hero baptized by rlIHut bqfpre relating how Uiicle Sam rewards ptnfi horn let us see wlm happens to lmk irivrl employee who icqult themselvrs viiijnHlit In tluor Inary function rsr prnfcxsiiKi Extended sorvliv I Hcognlsed wtlr Peace DefinitionIWhat la your peacor Poaoo said Mr Dustln Stax la a Btato of affairs in which everything hi going my way so strong that there is no use of anybodys making a kick about It His Idea- I know what Ae cart horses Idea of life lBiWhats his idea That It Is nothing but a tblnx oC wheel and wl1baIt THE USUAL WAt When the will contest was dc cjdedwhat division of the money was made among the heirs What the lawyers left COMPARISONS My favorite heroine has a flower face Thats nothing My favorite Item has a chrysanthemum head ting honor medals to thirteen sailors for battleship Florida at the Brooklyn nai Increased pay Every American cltl zen who enlists for the second time re celves a bonus of 150 per month In addition to the pay of his rating for each enlistment after the second he receives an additional bonus of tQ a month The sick In active service receive medical care without charge Any Ills abled person who has served as an en listed man in the navy for ten ycar and has not been discharged for misconduct may apply for aid from th surplus Income of nauall penslo fund even though ho may be out the service at the time and after twei ty years of service any enlisted ran disabled from sea service by reason o age or Infirmity and who has not been discharged for misconduct shall be en titled to a pension equal to halt of his pay or be admitted to the Naval home Philadelphia Pa After thirty years of service nay listed mann may be placed on the re tired list If fie desires with an Income of threequarters of his pay allow Plvt rlhLt ha1 IrUo viiuiiii TI of tlio Irlug iroihirM frmn ruptnln Ray Smell loa Ilsh 111 uiili mini tiiiiy vtir until his gmi nwls Iffontiil In Intii light mmnioummtingto 1070 t1 lUpnth For retlreineln all service In the navy army or marine cojps Is credited Jn cnne of loss of life lu active serv 1Ile dcjuiidrut rtliilvcjli lsuntwl as benill receive uib pouslous as lire prowrlbcd bj tthe law and when dlsabliitlcs are incnrrrd In line of duty iltiqmmnifytug a nine for ftjrther iiavalFprvhtf be rcdelris n ponsluu al lownnce regulated affording to the rIousncH tf the injtjry Good roitdiict 1tiMitrso o ipntlal to success lit tvrjy ttnlk and althouKh hail roiulr t non oinflnncp vith rcpitatimiM tnrtItmea neil slwonly de ortnuiin cnn tmePLtitI least of nil In mlHtnrr rofoswinr tilt r1nvbo comport tlfpinsplvmr well ihiriii two enistuieiits at tour y esrs tam may upon the n oiutnpiidatlon oftilulr re nft vtlvt ra ttehs wear Ilo good cpn ilic nii ilil which parrls with It S2 comas a month aildltion t imy- TiKd cciii hid r wnrdtil nIM1 1t- 1lolOltfrlInt ondcrPitfpdiil leivp than that louttlI titUTs of uia I lillue Ioii Is rlwns srinted to n with good iicnrdn frequently na renditions allow anti hir3nsrtlic Clirlst- mas holldnys II1M vzleiiledover a J UltraVioist Hays Niagara Falls will have the first mu nicipal ultraviolet rays sterilization plant In this country Contract negotiations have been consummated for a SBlamp Installation Mercury vapor lamps protruding into channels through which water will flow will be used The ultraviolet rays from these lamps have the power to tflll the bac jtorla in the water There will hq seven lamps in each of the five con crete canals although it Is estimated that 25 lamps only will bo required to handle the capacity of the plant 16 000000 gallons dally The cost of tm canals and lamp installations will be 19800 whllfi the city will erect n building and transformers to change the current f om alternating io direct at a coat of 2200 Engineering Boo cit aMNot tncmatlclan TnifAtviinr Is your ocCupation I Witness 1m an expert on figures Judge Oh a mathematician eM- WitnessNo your honor I select the chorus girls for the musical comedies J bravery at Vera crux Mexico PresIry yard View of medal also period of ten days or two weeks The navy has always sought to lessen any discomfitures caused a sailor or his family through his temporarily en forced absence from home The presence of a postoffice oncverylarge yes sel not only males possible frequent and prompt communication between ship and shore but places nt thc disposition of men at seri the wonderful facilities of the postolllce departnipiit including money orders The navy also conducts an allotment office at Washington and any sailor may allot- certain portion of his monthly pay 0 his family deducting It from his alary and It will lie sent fach monti promptly In this way the families of men on distant stations Deceive a monthly Income ns soon as lf till reIn tive were nt home Each month tthe navy disburses about S4G3000 by this methrfd of payment On board each vessel accessible tto all in the service the navy maintains n savings Imik conducted In all respects like a savings bank ashore TIpnnit nr ro1 nod wltla1riivahs States battleship Arkansas reedy h while on high seas In addition lie roviited letttr for exrgllence ro tJlllpetillonimay be made no1 Interest fs paid at the rate of 4 per cent per annum the sailor is n saving man is ThMtI sively shown by the figures 270 heliiff on deposit Der Rl last uiiRlderlax the hazards of the i1It loss of Ufo IImhlIs siifall T those who inay by extreme nail 0I daring have endangered their lives In saving endeavoring to save the lives of oilmeN from the perIls bf thespa goldUlfe snvliijj medals may be trm1QIcieit12dhstimguhbetlt sllvtr nmtiiU may bcstowtnl Indo Sam alcos irotty gond iartm- is navy bovn If vlllK so fruni- ip fiiiveolH li h rewards cuniln IH service KI oiulrt t1 bravery r tIre flail hmsim lu n1 hair hi djS lft trni If ilucss 191 l In thttll ate rovfcr oinfort f tlLd cT1i rI him Inn Aiiy nvi innttOpn tviili nIIyl criinpenwtttnu rKn nrnllu tonJU lit the ervtco n lit nifi till mihjeei of un tlipr tttfY Ttwe h wovor wbw c lutemrttnlt tmpipte Information rill be stat dl ihytbe bureau of navigation att W ilntrtou or navy tltrnUlnlCtntllII li llannin lls fiat r 1 CRY WAS NOT SYMPATHETIC Whimpering Urchin Was Distressed Because It Was His Banana OJd Gentleman Slipped on Booboo boolioo Somo one In distress thought the kindly lady Boohoo boohoo bbphooprO Sho hurried forward to the sc not tho calastrophe and was touched to Ind a little lad crying over the mrsI fortune of an elderly gentleman ttho had slipped on a Banana and wdetill pcattercdfaculties Good 1Ttlo bayi sho exclaimed patting him on the back Im glad you feel sorry for the poor gentleman and didnt laugh when he foil down and hurt himself But you must try and dry your tcori dear he isnt badly hurt ha flint boohoooo wiss IuNo riP lied the whimpering urchin I wlafi a was it wag 01tlYITaJcgraph TTiTTIi2 t == A Good Examplel lam a good example writes Mrs aLBe11 of McAIesfer Okla of what Cardui will do for sufferlniIwomen I suffered with my head and back for over six years and although I1 tried everything I never could get anjv tinner to do me any good until I began to take CarduL Cardul has surely helped pIe and built me up and I1 arioso thankful that I have found something that will do me good Heell so much stronger and better than I have in a tong timeI4ItI is well to make up your mInd before you are sick what medicine you will take when you are sick I CARDUIJ47 iJ The Womans Tonic You will be glad to take It when you are tired mts j erable and when life seems a weary grind It will put 4t new mindIfpagesofyou for it without thinking If sick or weak get a bottle today At all druggists TenuforpecfallnstmcilQtzs t t T li 4The Telephone and Good RoadsIi The telephone goeshardinhnq with god i roads V + P V tffi The telephone overcomes many t f the QstaFcles of bad roads andmakes It posslble for the farmer and other rural residents to transact busi ness in the city and with neighbors when the roadsj are impassable Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones These two agencies pf modern civilization Redoing more than all 6thers toward eliminating theiisolation of COUJItr Jfc You can have a telephone in your home at yery0 small cost Send a postal for our free booklet giving complete information FARMERS LIKE 7 DEPARTMENT ttYfIt Cumberland Telephone iand T4egrphComiJnyINCORPORATED LiLOUISVILLE KENTUCKY i- uIIIrzuIIII It t DIVORCE YOURSELF From Dirt Dust and Drudgery a ff- rjDI i Combination Pneumatid Swecpf r Rd ease from ttoom Li4ryfroum the ttraia of Wofand the Md fuluoned carpet iweeper can be attuned by 0 the use of Duntlcy Combination PseamatiS + Sweepsr which although eanly operated ty hand create powerful suction force which draws out all tae dirt A and dust found m your rugs and carpet and at the tame b line the revolsing brush pcs up iii pas iheadm rarelingt etc in three sius and oH Sunder a rigid guarantee for one year You may try a Dent tley b your awn hone for tPdajr Free bYCAar f i For mOle detailed Information writs TODAY I AgentsWanted IL ra = tChildren Cry for Fletchers t Irime Kind You Have Always Bought and which lias feee iu use for over 30 years has Jbbrno the signature of 9 Ctmdhas been n ado under Ms per sortal supervisionl since jts inanencI Alloxv no one to deceive you in this All CounterfeitS Imitations and Jostiasgood sueJut Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of tTufants and Ohildsran Experience against Experlmentt J What is CASTOR AC- nstorln t1 is a harmless sithstituto for Castor Oiitlare gorlc Drops and Soothing Byrups It is Pleasant It otcontiilns neither Opium BIorphlnQ nor other ITarcptio tt substance Its ago is Jfs guarantee It destroys Worms Oand allays Feverishness It cures Dhizrhoea and Wind tColic It relievos Teething TroublesI cures Constipation s and Flatulency It nsslnillatcs tho FoodVcgizlal tho Stomach and JDotvcls glViiig healthy and natural sleep 1 The Childrens Panacea Tlio pothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYs Bears the Signature of 2MTi- letdYou Have Always Bought In Use FW Over 30 Years vis CCUIr vi tynsav flew yoa ClTf r The Louisville Daily Herad apJ NewsLeader both one year fQr 325 4 t