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TwT N 2ESTABLSIIEDt r Co ANN6DOJIINfI883S f 7 j f v 1 J r I it = =tr C 1 tJt it NEW ERlE5 VOtiXX3U Nil 9 w SRRINGEIELD WASHINGCTN COUNTY KENTUCKY MARCH 4 1915a x t t 9j1 tY flPOF THE LORD I1 UIHWICEI1HSNOS pg P I Samuel lw ACrrwpt Priesthood A Demorallzod Pjp4 Attempt to Bring God Into Y fThe Ark of the Covenant Cfcjrtured Same Principle In Opera jStlsiu Teday Tragic Death of Eli and Hk Two Sent Which Nations Are GadIgj hq doers of Me IConf and not hearers g wour own aelcealaa I i t OMB twenty years after G dSI prediction of the calamities toi befall Ell and hits family the tragedy related In this lesson f peccurjred In nil that time Ell now Jij ataetyelgbt years old bad allowed p hMttera to continue fa his sous bunds InPl i it areft xUektM conditions of the people during I those twenty years but we may Cf is uae that the 0eTl umrle of tE r1estB the Vi6as of Ell had ljsdernorallzlng ef feet According I 4 tooOls Covenant 1Iit 1J the nation foBwas puashtbeza boand to 4 A fresh Invasion i of the Philistines atek tIlgee The Thc Art of the fiont CortI Israelites wenyjnt to meet them In bat tl and were defeated In their chagrin tt y looked to God Just as all the nn s 8r Europe today are doing- i Indeed the Israelites luid more for attempting to bring God the yar for invoking tbe assist IeNCeot religious symbols etc than B Ye the warring klngd msortoday forjGod had declared that they were L pedal people and that He would athem as long ns they would be feyil to HIm On the other hand tlitVjcIi dOHJS of this world have 11l Bo tncb Divine promise have no crMni for such expectations of Di f tfe kld They ore falsely styling tiMBMelTes Christian kingdoms tCkrtotendom whereas they have nel 4tfcer part nor lot with tho Lord He Jfecocmlzes no nations except Natural liniej of the past and rtplrltunl Israel it IrecntIrfJie Peter 29 tAPrentDay Parallel fTfc Israelites doubtless had rend bow the Ark or the Lord went befoco 5tuem In tile WlldeniesH Jonrnpy how SS It was in the midst ut the Jnrdnti S1lf J3ttcn the people crossed dryshml and 4 11 f ti39yiMjran In the leVBjfl4btU tl wjGUTjched li1rpnbd Jerldiu when the jpalUjtfeJf So they dptermlned to brim f 54h3Ark ulJclllllt 11111to the llllttle Jr reastmliiK npparently vis thru Q Jod would not permit the Ark of till toveuniiC M bo Injured or cnptnn d ji45pd thnt niMue the 4rlitnry nnnld i bnnd to come to IumcY 1 r li1 people forgot hut thev hind UecJi t living lu rlolutttm of their Covenant iJ 4 iiith God and that thatt Covenant cnll- f 4J for ptinlshnieut upon tlrom nt tin timid of ilielr enemies They furxm jrbatthp two prlesta were thieus nmi robbers garbed as the priest of Gaul thttt they were unmoral Iinpnre pus inns the reprpiseijtitlre air the rluenbllness W iT rl us hthe diy or Ells hue people shout ns they foiiple thv r IofGod vlth theft nntionat proj k 5ie Cv AgaliJ they forget thaI JodV t Jn e Is under Divine dlrtHtlon null t t vwlll prosper best by all permission a great defeat to nil these systems ff t 4 t men preiKtrlng Inclihiitnllv for the lI- tablUbmpnt of MiRslnbs lKitiKilotu nft- f ertthe ArmnKcUilon of hue Bible shjili xtoave lliumhleil tilt world nnd made t isthem rendy 10 ntvept the ney ICIng lfi Itpnunuel and Ills Kingilotu CJicre was n great slaughter nnd a wcntterlns of the Ismelltes Ells two- sonsjwerc slain The Ark of Goal wnn f k t captured A swift runner tirouKhj the I Md Intelligence to Sblloh where Ell I 4iqdge vat upon his high seat In till i 4gqte fearfully rpmemberlfis the txve- ntyryenrbeforej pre 1Ictlnii of ilKMter is Tbruniuer reported to Ell Hint tii battle bad gone n rtliisl the Nnielltes t t that biul two sons wttv lnlii anal that Jt Ark of the Lanal 11111ltll mptur SiLby thle1lullialuuc jthen fli InnniiMl Out pnvloits tJewsure fair which lu vi intardian TiltDeath uj Kit Os rrie t liy Illfllt Dlvliu IIJPUIIlIll l J Ihlll4lrUI faint fhalr top ISrntll death at uuue- ty tight ncverthe le lie Is not with IOllttrl1sted to him was luot interfered wttb lor those of his own household Ills 1 tjjtr ttu tSwl was nott sufficiently i Whlt to hinder rum frnin shirking his r h iwnHlUhlly lu his ctainivtor was J tsiufueti r tinyS1rIte ifotiioujh of tlmt which Is pro 8I1kIlkacl Different From Other Nations k Tin tauxlit M lIdH Co LIugisI fHafuie Israel the Lirrt inxtt RUt thatSthplWtOrl glad to nturrt the rIto v Hi1 people ut Joil1 This dOtS not an A Ah irlxi os lnsupo liiKiiiit peRtlleuccs a v r ttr tire special punl llment ofGodJ WJnuit remember that the nation V V IrBel ln coTctmnt reliulonRlilj 1 V with God and under Divine supervision i 1 9ORGAN FOR SALE Bj fiei churchLritif ftrSW H r JLecbnnnI Waited To buy Life lusur attce policies that have been in l force over twp yea Address J eck Box 846 Louisville Ky r a5TildL NBHtTht lttdfi11 n1lio X v Listenj Daughter L Listen Daughter Your moth er tells me that you and sire have been talking over the mt ter of getting a hired girl tod tbe houseworlf She also say that she feels sure that you could get along nicely with thi work but that the young fellow who is cvming around here eve ings will think wear no swel enough if he knows that you and mother do the house work Dont youworry about that II he thinks such stuff he iis n good dnouyh for yon Bui hi looks prett good to me and he is half the fellnwt take bin to be heU thitikall the mute o you when he knows that you nut only know how to cook and bake and mend but that you areIn the job So lets put a little gameon him The next litre he comes receive him in yonr kitch en apron Tell hin to amuse himself in the parlor lora moment until ou finish manicuring the supper dishes I wont be there you know He pcks out my lodge nights to mak his calls so I wont beinthe parlor to em bdiusshm Then along about ten oclock ask him if he would like a bite of lunch Hell insis that it will be too much trouble but you may tell him he mjiy come along and help Any man iia the world would fall for that Hell trailialong after you to the kitchen Youll have the stage tiready set and the proper costumes ready The costumes will consist of two aprons one for you and oce for him Oh tell put it on If there is any thing a ytung ftltow will fall for its the kitchen apron und a job dgingnothtvgbut keeping out IIluncII tQ bread ncv mutter how he hut ters it tell him its fine 5sk b m if be can make a salad dres iigi IChej3 yi han let him go to it And yOU praise it toI the skies ask him for his recipe Tell him youll keep ita secret What woud you like for a wed ding prtsaritEx Democrats and the Civil Service Because a rural mail route was to be discontinued at Pike yule and perhaps sturdy Re publican lose a job Republican Uor grestman John W Langley issued inatiifesio against the VViison Hdininistration declaring ifought to quit tie is at least entitled to credit forbeing frank enough to express his ideas of a cardinal Dem era tic sin tdking a jjojb from a RepubhcantThis was several weeks apoI and now Mr Langley is having mere trouble He complains that tw nlysoven Republicans who huve been emplt yed in the Internal Revenue uervice in Ken Clothing Weils Pants 50c to Boys Overcoats age to 12 150 to 250 Boys Pants from 30c to Mens Rubber Coats CHEAP 1110 Mens Overalls PerPair Boys Overalls Per Pair ChildrensOverahls Per Plir Mens 8100 Mens Shirts For Mens Shirts For Number of Shirts For u SOc Mens SummerUnderwear For 1cMens Socks tForMens Socks JFor 50i 75so so25j Assorted Overall Jackets 75 3O25l 3oI 25 151 ucity have received notce ilfrcm the Democratic collector lLiat they must resign by Pebru try 27th or their commissions le revoked This is positively tarrif ing Its bad to let one publican lose a place but tR antj seven means calamity it uaeina high trca Oi nnd maybe bloodshed Remembering how liberally ind frequently civil service jobs were bestowed upon Demociats lurng the Roosevelt and Taft ministrations hOw many half vitted Republicans emerged rm civil serviceexaminations with better averages that the tiost competent Democrats1we jtiv a deep sympathy for ter Ljangley and his fa thful in their tressElizabethtown News Before you sow your Tobacco Bed be sure you are sowing the the kind of Tobacco seed that rings the Top Price the tobaccoo that was grown from my Pure While Burley seed has topped ibe market almost every time it has been sold this year Remember all of my seed was graded with a Tobrcco seed grader Thy cost you about ten cents per acre to plant your own crop If you want seed that you will bo pleas ed with your crop como in and et a package Piice1 00iB D LAKE Act of 1914 Declared Void The act of 1914 conferring or County Courts excepting ini c unties having a continuous session of the Circuit Court jurisdiction in all misdemeanor cases void because it violates the provisions of Section 141 of tIle Constitution The jurisdiction of County Courts shall be uniform throughout the state The dourt of Appeals in an opinton by the Judge bettle yes terday affirmtd tHe Let Circuit Court which had grailted to S K Chapman a writ if prohibition ty prevent Oounty Judge Green Kilbourn from trying hm on a charge of suffering gaming on premises under hUcjritrol which offense carries a tine of 200 to S500 Allmagiatrates by the net were given jurisdiction up to 100 fine and the county courts concurrent jurisdiction with the Circuit Courts above that amount pro viding that tho act should not apply to counties having a con tinuous fccasion of Circuit Court State Journal Annual Easter Sale The indies of the Presbyterian church will ave for sale cakes dressed hens and hams etc Saturday April 3 at the Court Houe A C Kimbill has foi sale good scconJhaid one horn wagon Goods 15 and 12 12 Ginghams for lOc Ginghams eryliS6 12 and 5 12c Calicoes per yard 25c Corduroy per yard 1W Velvet per yard 20c and 15c Embroidery per yard 8c and lOc Embroidery per yard lSateen per yard 15c and 25c Lawns per yard lOc 8100 Corsets for only 50c Corsets for only iJfjc = Be8e e I 70c i 5e lOel 8c15c1 6ge 35 25c1I ISmalloox SitufttiJImproves v 1 The smail pox stution in Lebanon is said to be laifiroving a though as exp edJihere have reportedjtheare almost wholly in families where already somemeraber was suffering with the ittaltdy one family where a member was ill last veek with lijitr disease five others of the hdusehald are now afflicted Those who were the most seriously ikJlast week areimproving while practically all of tie other4 cases aein a mild form t- Out in the couttbere are several new casesjftjut in each instanced sidtpa in a mild form All of the himves JAi rljboth fn town and in the ninty have been quarantined thfifthe reg ulations are observe I it is not probable there will ifaiiy ma triul spread of the disease On account of the situation it was thought best n it to permit the moving picture tbea er or pool rooms to open on Wt dnesday as it was first intended llund they were ordtred to remain close un Iii Monday If conditions are better at that time is it is sino theyItfopen not they will be Itjept closed Both the Oity and the County Boards of Health Ire6gbtingto prevent the dis aseJomsp ad- imc and should have thencouragement and jco operation communityIprevalent which is not at all probable as the physicians have the si nation well under Control it might become necessary to pace the town underquarantine as tins been doneJbi oc pastInot be allowed tojenter or leaye town trains wouufcnotbe allowed to stop Swr practically every business house would be erosedlherG is not the sligbe9t quest on about the authority of the Boards of Heath to place such a quarantine upon a town and the way to avoid such a ca ami y u for the citizens to as sist and not handicap the authorities In their efforts to wp out the disease Lebanon En erpriae L LFoe 111 v very desirable nnoiicor eroliMa noStleet and Coving ton Ave and one on Main Street next 10 Mr Sam Ytagers residence have alto for sale a house and lot on Min Street next 10 Mrs George Rob ertsons residence Will be glad 40 show you coy of this property ind will make terms reasonable W K Robcrisocr CLOSING OUT SALE lInorder to close out our stock of Dry Goods Clothing Notions we willsell the entire stock at and below cost until dis po ed of READ THESE PRICES 4 2501 Dry Cotton Corduroys yard Vest 4 lOe 8elj building n Miscellaneous 3 Paper PMs for 3 Dozen Pearl Buttons foru3 boxes Hair Pins IorI30c Ribbons for loc Ribbons for L lOc lOc loc 15e12e 20c Ribbons Down accordingly in price Cheap Laces ftc ladies Hos 3 for jr50c Black Serge for 25e30e CHILDRENS HP3E CHEAP Mens Shoes and Low Cuts and Ladies Shoes and Slip pers chbap lMany other Articles too numerous to mention G ve usacall and you will find the greatest bargains ever offered Springfield Second Floor Mat Males old standi HRNOLJD BROSa GACMfflWLI JOHISDUIIES Attjjrney General Not In Race Ji7ubernatoaFNomInatIont t LOOKED UPON AS CANDIDATE In Letter to Editor of AdaIr County New8H DeclareS That Participaf tjoiv In Primary Would Result In Neglect of Present OtfIcela Recipi ent of Many Complimentary Notices From Kentucky Press Attorney General James Garnctt of Adair county whQ for a year or more has been regarded as an almost cer ltain entry In the race for the Oetnn cratlcn lfllnftUon for governor in the August 1915 state primary has notl fied iis friends that be will not seek that honor General Garnett bases his declina tion to make the race upon thj fact that the duties of his present office require his entire attention and tbat be would have to neglect that office to make a campaign and also upoa the expense that wouldbe Incident to such a campaign At the close of his pres ent term of office General Garnett will resume the practice of the law lie says it 8hall be hIs pleasure to at all times do what he can to further the cause of the Democratic party The declaration pt General Grunett that he will not be a candidate for governor W8I made In a letter to Ed- Itor C S Harris of the Adair county News his home newspaper in v he says itlchj t have your very kind favor of the 13th aiiktfig me to make the race for governor with the pledge of tho support of jx ur valuable paper anal the support of a great section of the state which places me under a still deeper sense of grati tude to you and my other frIend In that section I have received mnny letters from dif ferent parts of the tat and from members of btn f o rwjr poetical parties asking r e hi tuike this race realize that th gov rn4 lp of this proud tfnmonwefllih is an honor any man could covtt antI have given the mutter much ulicratlon Should I make the iaco it would be necessary for me to negtethe duties of the office now hold and the expense of a campaign juch as would have to be waged would pe tar In excess of my financial re sources Tor these reasons I ua per shaded UU1tl bouldnot eItOldate but that I should devote mY cn tire time to this dlochqjtir of the duties as lgfiod to the omce of attorney gen eral and at tho cllBe of my term return to the active practice of my profession It shall bo my pleasure at all times to do what I pan In my feeble way for the advancement of our state and In the fu tore as In the past I shall be ready to give my services to the party which has honored me and It will be a special ploflpuro for me to serve you and other friends Who have been so loyal and true to meGWith the kindest regards and best wishes I am Yours very truly JAMES GAnNETT Commenting upon General Garnetts decision not to make the race for gov ernor Editor Harris has the following cdItorlalSIn another column w publish a letter from Attorney Oeneral GlUt tt In which- h states his rwiiwins In a Hf ir an4con clV manner declining to enter the can test for the Democratic nomination for governor For the Mat year Mr Garnett hat been regarded ns a probable candl datf and ntany of his friend In various parts of the state anti particularly In this section have sollilted him to enter the tight believing he tfould win In th primary he elected in November ansi rocks a governor who would unflinch Ihly do isis duty to the great goAt of the commonwealth ills experience as the states chief lawyer his knowledge of tho true conditions and tendencies of the times hacked by the courage he possesses pointed him out as a most valuable man to guide tile old ship of state through Its present voyage of squaring accounts and plant a smile for evejy existing frown Fidelity to Duty Fidelity to duty Is one of his reasons for keeping out of the contest and we who know hlrr best rrcogrifxa that as one of his chief characteristic one that has not only tied the entire Democracy to him In this section but many Repub licans as well We had hoped ha would enter the race win In the pri mary triumph In November and prove the mettle of his Democracy In the kind of administration so needful In this duly and age and for which he Is so eminent tly fitted to give No other Democrat could measure strength with him In this part of the state and It Is a matter of regret that ho has refused to obey the call of so many good friends Tribute to Garnett The Louisville Evening Post com menttng upon General Garnettr dec ration has the following compli mentary editorial Mr James Garnett the attorney gsa eral of the state yesterday announced that will not seek the Democratic nomination for governor but will devote the remainder of his term to disposing of the Important business that remains In his department tobe handled and tumIamount of public work of a lasting char eater and he will leave that ofllce de sening well both of the stats and his party It has been frequently contended tfmt thf post of attorney general should be mnd appointive at the hands of the governor with a nurcMsfiil attorney gtireral of course clliflMe for reappoint ient rhtre is much to he sild In favor of such a ilnii hit any governor would find dlfloully in wcurlng ns the chief Uw oilcer of tilt tllte a man who would n rye Jib mote ability energy and sue wU than hat Mr Sarnett who we Ij Seii iy people three years ago considering the purWheu chasingpf a Steam Cooker and earner for summer cooking Remember that next to a reliable one is the guarantee of a repre sentaUve who is in position to tellyou it use and to protect yoi MiSs Robt Mar- ksroLFTMRirnAIacrAR tIw IdeIe lt j WifcKHliHutbmnd HarrodsbUrg Ks eb 27 Henry OlayPeavler 58 a wealthy farmer residingthyee imiles from here was shot and instantly kill cd by his wife at 7 oclock tonight Mrs Peavler after killing Inr husband went to the home of Enoch Godfrey a neighbor and telephoned the pafttcuarg to mlVJtoldto surrender and Deputy Sheriff Brown andthe Coroner left forth scene tonight Mrs Peavler said she und her husband spent tile afternoon shopping at Barrodsburg Her husband thesiys seemed in the best of humur but on returning home he used abusive language toward a cousin of hers a young woman who bad been visiting the Peavler LomSSI asked daddy not to talk that way said Mrs Peavler bu my request only served to futher incensn him He perais ed in using vile epithets and finally asked mv 14yearold sort wnere the shotgun was Ii 1i realized he meant to kill me and knowing the weapon ta bit inan adjoining room I rushed tp get it Daddy followed avmy heels He threw opan Ale door of tlii wardrobe wheie the shot gun h d been kept This time it sti oJ in one corner of ihs room and while my husband was pulling thins out of the wardrobe I got e gun When he looked upl had it hive ed at his breast 1 told him to keep his distance an I meautto shoO if he advanced a step nearer meHe paid noattentlun Ftarin that he would kill mi if he got his hands on me 1 pulled the trigger 1 die nt want to kill him si d the wife bat he made me du It It was his life or mice Mrs Eeavler said she fled from the house when she saw her hua b ItN l hedlcttn until halIanho r Jatertatbe was dead Neighbors bore tier the news Lonesome Bill FhiIpihuniing for coon in the mountains near Big Laurels ya i the Jiunters came upcn thecablfl 0 old Lonesome Bill andsee ing no lierbt in tie house investi gated and found the old man dead Whether thd aged hermi rozj to death or died from ill ess no one knows but it ia itiougbt that lie bad btec in poor neat ih for BOUJG time and it is ibel he succJmbed to old age dicx ct age iis not known as ahhU family have long been dead or moved away but it is supposed that he was near 100 years old probably older The old man was seldom seen away from his mountain home add how he lived iia still a mystery Iti said that at the age of 18tr 20 he cane to the mountains from the eastern partoftuestatewi li uis lather mother and three sisers They were all nice tea pIe and Bill was welt eduCateJ oaving graduated rQm some Bistera unIversity He fell in love with Ole of the njouotain btughtamarry her when hii father MrU Alexander irilerferred There was trouble between t r and snins curing hiv father V con sent to the mariiage but jjfo thd day tm3 for the wedding ihe g r was laKensick auddied aftei a few days illness From tht day of her deith Bill Alexander was a changed man He weiht- iotQ the foe t hign upon the mountain side and built hiinelf H rude cab n where he lived un ti he died At first he could see no visitors and Citnenca killu g several persons incltading his father Not many months later UU father died and ttwp sisters married leaving nis sister jand mother alone Heroeived them in hicabin and they remained with Jiim for two days when the sold th3 farm with thr exceptidn of his h6ne and pn acre atad left the country The two sisi ters who had already zone iay with their husbands So Bill Alexander tha dasljing young college manuf tighty yearnb oametobe simpiy Ltes e Bil to the mouotHiu upJ atlp he was left tobroOd5orku1 lot srI i OLvhIhe called home Tha ciin wn tained nothing of importance futher than an old tintype Jnf a young add pretty girl dressed mannIt burg Udiald J H Jail Under Quarantine Any prisoner confined In toe county jail whose term of senI teiiced shouldvexpi re thinthj next few days iis according Irl the language of the str truu- gainstlt On Account of tr quarantine placed upon tbe fi bv the health aotbot iiiesr nd am iis allowed to let ve the premise and a prisoner who should betit unfortunate as toA complete sentence jjust at this time tirifl have to remain within the build ing until the quarantine istjiftcf The jail was quarantined optri connbof the illness of Jailer WS H Thurman who has the smalV poje He has been quite sicl but iia now jmpro ig iiebaubn Enterprise Threw Rock at Train Til j DI vlte dv Cltti bay5 thit a tst a tile pusOiugi r triih N 12 xvix peclihg toward Wi nfo e1J Jcsaanjjic county yestecav ait Iit n Giorgi- Meson qo Jfi5f l inPEW rltck ate coach The ok btoke outia wjiidowhiid lit Ray Fagan of Sandohk O nlliytrng painful juribs MUB jn lves dowii on the banks t f the Keutucrtyriver and ibelriIu j e eddy was the flrsb one h had ever s6en When iti dashEd upon him he was so frightened that he burled a roak at iit He thought the train was some sort or mbnsteV varmint Special Drtecilve Wallin hurtled to the scne and t lk d With ason whoto t1 tbe clrcuratincesregardiog incident A Rusellville Jeweler tin the f Homing ad intbe Lewjsburg Leaderav ae hard times talk er at your reilr costSfl more than your ront so stop this expense by letting him tnow he is dantaging your business Many got d customers come in with the intension of making purchaset or paying their bills but after listening td this chronic caJamity howler they reconsider ind you unqongciously Iqsel buii ness that would wake you and your cash register smile tram e ir to ear Talk Plt03PERIT nd shun a hard times lalkeo as oa would a leperi11 i BealflJMi two headlines and this tittaoj business and address that is ail his mans ad con niBpt it is good advice and ought to bcr emulate i bv every prugressive business house iathe 4andt Harrodsbnrg Herad vft H Commissioners Sale i In qbedlepee to adecree of beY1tt jngton Circuit Court rendered at tnt February Tcrm19l5 in the cue ol G A Mattingly plaintiff vp Taylor Masters Co defendents twill ob THURSDAY M ARCH U 1915 afrbpa the hour of 2 pclock PaI j Jgit residence on the premises bell at public auction the jarm ot Jrhtclt Taylor Masters resided known as the Chas Cambron Farm This farmis situateo about2 miles East of Springfield between the aekvlleand Perryvyu taraplkes on Pleasant Bun and Con tains 128 acres rQdaand 14 poTeBl This is one of the roost fertieffgrain and tobacco farms in Washington County ndbuon it comfortable dwelling stock and tobacco barn and all other necessary outbuildings The Amount necessary to be niade by the sale is 15825 Terms of Sale The land will be sold on a credit pCune and two yeart Tht puvchaser will be required to execute bonds for the purchase price payabft tti the undersigned commissioner fo the benefit of the parties in interest With go je security baJ3pg J4fffeft from the date of sale witp lIen rer tamed on said landwifuythr 1Tor the plym ntotthe rc1Jfte pzci- and the bond to have th ore BdWJ feet of judgment eQjpBOSL sicw-t 1fp r iGASTO 1Dfv Itc ORlIA his J ss1 fl nnL Dw J s rJ frt J 11 iJ1 f trl J ilfaa Setting LeiM5JM O- f0oojd HOISS Qt NXl0 D4iUryCompay opQ tin 1ge atsilUriM l tdtOWl1J Ky under tle- U ownftrHlpIt ibeEcleJen Intera ytdiyjed v91 ripttitioe l 1 haul JTnpfcj Ik t1iu iederaL Coirt fri Ouitih Thesrere tkt olio cocertis- that were fiandabitat a mootb itQ bivq dupiicats wbbsky- tieliu11 ss m iipte posted a- slaterop joa s In the idtiedht Q1sI1ei tb IargP- ti0afMMthg7jie tt Mosce- a itadsii Zoilows- 1lio FitIiy sad rusCoklpay Lusilile tIC i9Q ttote biroker 47509 Chicajo Iii Uwth alttNst4I Bisk 3IiJIU t BardsTttUltt J wIlOJOWjjIQasad Muir 1 Di ra jnkaDQ TLJpBrdt1OWD 1400 JiFJ liij9fl Pnlrr 8prm- ioldr41t31gsLMatosa1j Ban- kj4j11e 15OO JrpCrownand dIMI- ruuLvtlleO9 t NMOSI- IlJ3tiomiueroslJ 4 5001LWIi 9ictiDM95oO sit rmfo Nitiowl Batak of PMTW 4tOO the 1itii1eis Viuprae ompaay Fl ts qit l2tQ daraifioa Ko riMNi MfriittfL Jl200tb4Wil4 Rr Cod piiiy Moui pn Wit 11NfV OhrlM yoJwi Op t972 It i behisvdbX a MMKlMC C prottineat WH bertI directly fIn t regtectiafiMlHrfi d ttft4t dQtH1Mti i wlll greatly riiMWkU total MM 4g cijiaaedi bx tb 4owMri of the- sproprIyiqls the lIabilities am Affr9 rt nafk the aM Te peuiiM tantjrdAr WM tiled h AtveracMotoa tf BMkt- nJ1g I1lI 1 isiIILSiiiallouseJ If bpp skMMrtrfewftt to ap pqinir xtotirec fprUM todlittilfer VaD4dVh KiMity said Coiuini14 tJ1lst CQtIapaIY was- naerndTbs Irsat CQl1ywll- aincl preasdr to compile tfn accurae d atidT liabilitteso5 Cera Lu a J codaty Qf garnerj sixljttMr yeirs of sgs Dei ha owa 106 acres ofIaid flew one of MIlan igeqr ingtotbeJackaon 84 ivd ardJpalWbo UiscoyureaL Igago ijiftw have to vat ywir brains filffaraiBK awl tbat M fate fe4 liket sow be fjll QdLas1rMr Stfcfcled yro the eomtf pr lnMcr3ot coasty fit 1 Y 1or o- fkikJibsls t aM tbrt- ygIip4di I pe acre 1SeI- s1Iiter k toabes 1ff tp r lti i ja- IH ir will give jolt en acO tY we of corn t 1tareb asd cIo m 4asart be lPT bPl5 i H net ith the diae a hari ad it hiM USes DdflSd ia ih- Oseen4etMsst per vf fit Idi it a bel- rlc OISSd W seed 10 4theo iaa U was grsuWig Tbe laad ba4 best Iiae A evioiay Tba froiaad wan uthWe tthree feat wkte awl tit eori1euW ifteea IcLi- sSpifotJa Stk loe las lot rjl eoaCoauty White iatfrymsoea Sitcativabs Ibe fMf iraS tilliNt ce AMp Lad le- ztkka Mia ttM wee shoes ahaki us vih3ba ersiy4h e ki1posftds absMtut ttItatre11- M mshIs- thIrtye1Lt postal of abel- 1dep MW III Ir JaHiliaer d f Wee ti T- bl1lao eels oIr tVi J IP wee pu trnHiti1 t u1 iOW 1 it I we H of s I seed 1bd ot 11 1dbadd DOt bea Dad is tetlpiree sears L12I MWKEABER ir HJHGFIELDKY J h FP PULLZXXD ZVEW TflUR8DAY- JAMESI tFWE JOSEPH rN Editors and Publishers XC uattkaSpringfle1d Ky rust oflceaf seconcasa mail matter ji FarltailiW Commissioner anON WM F KLAIR 7SSSof Lexington Fayette county an nounces as candidate for reeTection as iRalrad Commissioner subject to the i action of theDemo tlc voters in the August primary r itS for CsmiMiiwaiths Attorney t r l We are authorized to announce W H of Lebanon candidate forSpragens a 1 t the office of Commonwealths Attorney SI for the Eleventh Judicial District l subject to the action of the Democratic 3II party at the August primary 1 cw J f For State Senator We are authorized to announce John p j Grundy or Lebanon Jy for t4enaor from tnis the Fifteenth Sen tI torialdistrict composed of the c unJ Heaof Taylor Clarion and Washing ton rubjecttto the action of the Derar ocratlc primary t I i i firRepresentative J j We are authorized to annuonce Chasl X Durham as a candidate for RepreSe I entative in the lower house of the t Kentncky Legislature from Washing r jjthn county subject to the action of the 4 Democratic party in the August mary priI We ate authorized to announce T t1 Royalty as a candidate for n 3 tire 1n the Lower House of the Ken SJPL to tucky Eegislature from Washington liouu subject to the action of the rr Democratic party in the August pri nlaly 4 p Mooresville s 4 As News Is aiv rce this week lfWlll jut down a few lines r Ms E J Brown and wife Mr and Mrs S A Wetlcloy t visited Airs J W Bays Sunday Mr Ray Pile and little J Brown spent the day Sunday i t with his sister Mrs Oscar Bob W lit of Bloonified f SS t f Mr FredCheatham and family f t spent VTeducsday with Richard t i Chcahtara t 1 Mr and Mrs Geo Btdine and 2 Mrs Herman Grigsby were in f Sbringfield WedcesJay on bus- iJ i 11 t Mr and Mrs Howard Lewis tIt J and Mrs Etea Monie spent the bbay with Mr and Mrs Robert PayneSundayII Mr and Mrs oJRGrlgsby MfE4sM00rafld wife spent tbe n 1 iiay iWitb kr John Grigsby Sun idayof Litseywboisvery sick at tQh writing dj Mrs Edith Cammack is on bt6ickllst this week ofIf Mrs Lucy Ann Grigsby is 4 Tisitjngher son Mr G T figS y Iml wife Mr T M Garn yand daughter Julia went to see hs rrother who is no better at this writingIWe are giJrtQ1y th G Yt H7jtpuL again Miss Baa Gbeathaoj spent Monday aflernoon with Mrs DickTBodiue Dr W U Grigsby of Bard- stowspeiiVlTntrday with Mr lcJ n s andMrs Hubert Virgin spent fromI Saturday until Sunday with berI mother Mra P Av Lyddane Mr Bunlgirt3datly ind wife w reiuouridiRev Adanj tilled hb regular iJ appointment Sunday at Mt Zion Mr i ifett 1ayne gave a party SatSrdiy nijh1 in honor of Miss Bessie Moore Those present were Miss Myrtle Car ney BeplalLCpleman Julia May Carrey Oli May Hardin Mary KatLHumpHery Qja Lee V ley eliI Cedar Grove Mr Robert Blandford is on tbe sjck list afcthis writing Miss Annie D Osborue who his been visiting in Louisville for severn days returned home Sunday l Mr Arthur Carrico of Ray wick spent Tuesday with his pareuts near Cedar Grove Mr Card o will leave in a few days for Iili noise where he will mike his fulurehome Miss Annie Bell Smith is spend ing this weelr with Mr und Mrs B A Smith V Ilbe pr tly weather of this week has gottbe farmes basy burning tobacco veryt you can look and see smoke cudt ing from every Uiickel in around our little Grove andI Maich come jin like a but if tbe oldl saying isl true itIwill go out like a lon Mr Joseph Ridey of Detroit Michigan is home fur a visit to hjs mother It is not knownI whether he will stay Kentucky friendf or not Mrs T M Smith who Ins been very iillor several days is improving r We hope to have a go J Irgt- letter for our editor net wilk as newsis so scarce at the pr ent Trustees ace expected to at tend the Kentucky Elucitionul i 111AhaSrbeeu offered in the trustee moveufcnt by Mr John 8 Mc Ferran as follows The Stite wall be divided ii to four zones with 30 counties to each zone The county in each zone which sends the greatest per cent ofI its trustees will be gven ingold fOLESUONflYTAR far cJMdrent safe awe R e opl ftI I IL= = II r k v Is it possible there is a woman in this country who con tinues to suffer without giving Lydia E Pinkhams VegeI1 table conSbtifltC tinually being published which proves beyond contradic sufferTHLing among vpmen than any other one medicine in the world 1 t We have published in the newspapers of the United States Jt more genuine testimonial letters than have ever been pub lishedia the interest of any other medicine for women q and every yearAve publish many new testimonials all time and true Here are three never before published genJ v From Mrs S T Richmond Providence IR I PBOVTOENOE RL ftForiho benefit of women who suffer as I haVe t lone I wish to state what Lydia E Pinkhaius Vegetable Compound 5S has done for me I did some heavy lifting and the doctor said itcaused a displdcement I have always been weak and overworkedafter my baby was born and inflammation set in then nervous4 tratIon from which I did not recove5r until I had taken Lydia E Pink hams Vegetable Compound The Compound is my best friend and CM when Ihear of a woman with troubles like mme I try to induce i rJ i h to take your medicme Mrs S T RICHMoND 84 Progress herIProvidence RI N trMrs Maria Irwin Peru NY 1 PBt NY a Before I took Lydia R Pinkhams Vegetable Corn 9und t was very irregular and had much pain I had lost three 4children and felt worn out all the time Thls splendid medicine W helped me is nothing else had done and I am thankful every day 1TJ tha I itfrs MA1uA InWIN HRDI Peru NY i f JprontMrs Jfi D Duncan W Quincy Mass b UTJr QUINCY MXssThe doctor said that I had orgrinic trouble ti IIiy- Compound c I eedaDd1trilt and found relief before Ihd I ii t bl ti1TbOtt1e I continued Inking it aU tJuOOChJB2dIe life nd am now atStrong healthy JANSDjwu D DJCnmCofeelftHlTlllle read and answeredI strict confidence 5I I The Latest War News The Russian armies are en gaged in battle along the entire front and due to heavy reen forcements they have been en abled to drive the Gerinai aback in North Pqiand toward the c Hast Prussian frontier The Germans are said to have abaa doned their campaign against jInl j the German Government prac tically agrees to modify is submarine attacks if its enenves willstop the use of neutral flags and arming of merchantmen The only hitch is in regard to limiting the use of stationary mines The fficial text of the German note is on UK way to Wisuingt n The Government has decided to defer action on a pot st- agai rst Englands blockade od el- untiliepiiesliave been received from England and Germany oti tbe submarine warefare notes The blockade order against Germany is not effective yet as thelcanon t probibly will be dated bavk tc coincide with Aquiths annuncement The tkst of UIH Canadian troops n the trenches have von their spurs by the capture of a trench at La Bass The Austrians have resumed tIe offensive in a bloydy battle with the Russians between the Oudawa and yap Rivers WHY ONE MAN DIDNT TANGO Jo Would Llketo Dance But the Mu tic Put Him Out and the Girl Got In Hlg Way Ramsay Peugnet secretary of the morlcan Silk Manufacturers associa don pointed out recently in New York that the tahgo bad enlarged the silk business by 50000 new looms and t lndles The tango the onestep the hesita tion and tire other new dances Mr eugnet said haTe caused the aver age woman who bought only one dinner gown a year In the past to buj two three and four new gowns now Hence tho silk trades expansion Its a good thing for silk Mr Peugnet went on that all men arent Ike Blanc Blanc sat disconsolately In the timoking room while all the other uuests at a ball were tangoing like mad Why Blanc what are you doing there Why arent you out on the floor tangoing man his host asked dont tango Blanc answered You dont tango Incredible How on earth is It that you dont tango Well Blanc said sadly Id like to tango and I would tango only the anisic puts me out and the gIrl gets to izu wayH GREAT HEAT VALUE OF RESIN Good Reason Why It Was Fed to the Furnaces of the Old Mississippi Steamboats Many a Mississippi river steamboat it is now declared was blowr up in the old days when inorder ttf win a race the barrels of resin in the cargo were broached to feed the firca Resins add heat value not only to the wood that contains them but ahd to the coal Being more resistnnl to decay uiuUr water than the wood cells and other ttissues of the plant and trees from which the peats oi bogs and coalforming swamps arc produced Oil rosin lumps and particles are generally left to be buried in the peatt deposits even when most of the surrounding wood had rotted away and disappeared A careful examination of most brown lignite ahd subbituminous coal will gener ally reveal lumps of resin that tfvisible to tho naked eye The coo mined in some localities contain abundant large lumps of resin some as large as walnuts In places tin glistening amberlike resin forms s large part of the oal Beautiful sam pIes ofthis sort are found in some tt r the coal beds in the Philippine in lands SOat of Wisest Russian Rulers One hundred yens ago the Emperrr Alexander I ot Russia returned to SI Petersburg after nn absence of ma1 months during which time he hr kpn an nctlvo part In tho war ngalc Napoleon Alexander was one of tho wisest and most magnanimous rulers of his time It was to a great extent his firmness and wisdom that Ird to the overthrow of Napoleon and utter that eveht his magnanimity prdservod ho city of Paris from the fury of tho Russian soldiers liberated 160000 French prisoners of war confined ta Russia and sought to obtain for his fallen foe the most liberal terms com patlble with what he deemed the safety of Europe One of the first acts of thd emperor after his return to Russia was to grant an absolute pardon to all his subjects who had taken part against him In the late warI Showing Good Work Patience I see in Tasmania den anyformtrcoDut can the authorities make their patients shut their mouths Lingering Sweetness discoveredthattetennamlqujllztiL PatriceTJiathat might bf called lingering sweetness long drawn out FAVORED THE CONCISE FORM i Neat Rebuke Administered by Env peror Francis Joseph to Devotee of Red Tape emperor of AustriaHungary ls1 IThe admirer of redtape meth HP loves the fluent direct man ner the military man and is on tIm best of terms with the bluff honest generals of his army The following Is an Instance of how he upheld one of them In his controversy with the bu reaucracyThe er was algotzy a taciturn old soldier whom the whole Austrian army knew and admired After the oc cupatlon of BosniaHerzegovina Gal gotzy was sent to build a military road Funds were short and the sum avail able for the purpose seemed hopelessly Insufficient By dint of hardjjrork and Ingenuity Galgotzy succeded nevertheless In performing his task and thereupon reported Road built 25000 forms eived 25000 forms spent remains nothing Galgotzy Dissatisfied with si summary an ao count the audit officials applied for a detailed statement of expenditure Gal gotzy Ignored the application which was presently renewed In peremptory form Impatient of red tape he replied Road built 25000 florins received 25000 florins spent remains nothing Whoever doubts It is an ass Shocked by such impropriety a red tapistinrhief submitted the generals account to Francis Joseph who blandly inquired Do you then doubt it FATE OF THE FOURFLUSHER Young Man Was Mistaken In Think Ing Girl Had Fallen for the Automobile She sat on a bench under one of the older trees with closed lips drink Ing In the glories of tbe setting sun Excuse me he said lifting his hat with his right hand wliiie ie ad youhappenas a match That Is my automobile standing there and I find myself with out a match to light the lamp It was obviously but a ruse to en gage her In conversation but he was rather a nicelooking young man with a threedollar knitted necktie and all and she siniled as she told him how sorry she was about hav ing no match They all fall for the automobile he muttered to himself One thing led to another and soon he was sitting beside her chatting gayly about the Latin Quarter Shakespeares latest play the preva lence of divorce and other absorbing topics But soon it really dill begin to darken up- Ih must go she said and giving him a final smile she strode daintily to the automobile to which he had pointed as his hopped in and was llost in a cloud of dust leaving him to re fleet on the just deserts which soonel or later must envelop all tour uahers FOR QUIET IN CITY STREETS AntiNoise Ordinance Passed In New York Hailed as Step In the Right Direction The new antinoise ordinance provides prompt punishment for any person plying a trade in the streets who shall make or permit to be made anynoise tending to disturb the peace and quiet of the neighborhood for the purpose of directing atten tion to his wares or trade or calling This is an improvement upon the oldordinance and will put a stop to some of the needless noises that have bcJn an abomination to the com munity There are however many othr noises that are just as needless end just as nnoying that do not come under the penalties of the law because they are not made by persous plying a trade arid are not intended to attract attention to wares or to callings They are many in number and various in nature running all the way from the unnecessary noises- f automobiles to the pounding of hut car wheels and the deafening rat tle of elevated trains The new or dinance therefore is but a step in Ihe right direction but even a step is to be welcomed Now York World WHERE HE TOOK HIS DEGREE Indianapolis SelfMade Mans Neat Counterstroke to Somewhat Snobbish Remark George Kreitlein an Indianapolis hnsMips run N Ifinnlc nnl suc r cuasful Ills gun club decided to hold an open trap shoot and it was announced that all entries must be in before six oclork Wednesday evo ping About eight oclock in tlc evening the clubs ttelephone bell rang nnda voice on the other end of the phone said tdesire to speak to the head of the shoot committee l reitlcin happened to be near aria he answered the phone The head of the shoot committee is speaking said he What can I do for youi This is John Astorbilt Jones Yale 98 said the voice Yes IM like to enter jour tournament Mil the voice isorry said Krcitloin entry list closed at six oclock Butsaid tie voice Im sure youll make dn exception in my case Cant be done Cant be doneIt repeated the voice I dont think you quite understand who I urn Im John Astorbilt Jones Yale OS And this was the rply is Gerrg- eKreiIeinnight chol7 Or aud II sjw it cant be ilon 8hrpenmg ne JTite Did you ever think of filing Yfia disks of your harrow sharp when they get blunt It takes sometime and elbow grease but It pays first rate Be Honest In Packing Pack fruit honestly from top to bottom and put your name or trademark on It In establishing a permanent warkefc a w 5J 7W = 2zfI u lJL lFw L Ill G65I P q r t I I t II I I sfIAt C 1 I I I T2L1IL I I Carpet Rugs Mailings Linofeurris iCl 5 Lac- eCurins and Waff JPaper i I 9x12 Rugs iin Axininister Velvet Tapestry Brussells Grex 850 to 30 I 36x72 Rugs 100 to 400 2754 Rugs 0 to 300 are showing 100 different styles in 9x12 Rugs See our stock before buying IIWeWe on have sam- eSPECIAL all grades of Tobacco canvass and making especially llow I I PRICES TO CASH BUYERS 3 GUNNiNGHM UUNGN4Gft L JII I gi3 1 aibt1IIJtIJai idjtlftid ijJtjO ii jijj- jI Iil fJjjWi l IIi lIlf IIRI CBoblitt Pres T C Tatum VPres W F Grigshy Sec Treas liH L 1 1 FMRMR S HouS1- i j S r f The Farmers Warehouse iis vvalllightedwell equipped andever depart ment is in charge of experiencedmen We have our own individual auc tioneer Mr C H Richmond who is one of the finest auctioneers in the South and a very competent judge of Burley tobacco Mr JF Bishop Iwell known to the ltobacco growers of this andadJoining counties is ron the ft I floor andwill see to it that any tobacco sold at our house brings jtsfull worth st2 f r I Bring Your Tobacco to the Farmers House f j EGBOBLITT Gen Managers i liurtfMtIIuIif f f f ti f quit If t ro t HOW ANIMALS SENSE WATER Marvelous Instinct That Evidently Enables Them to Dctct Springs They Cannot See Tho French posses a curious institu tion in the form of an Institute of zoo logical psychology established on n farm near Paris This station com prises meadows and barnyards a stretch of forest and a largo pond stocked with fislu Then too there are spacious buildings Including modern stables a riding school stalls for iso ating animals under special observa Ion an aquarium and a laboratory lovecoto is placed upon the root of the main building It is reported by a scIentist that an fmportant conclusion reached by the students lsthatlsome animals possess a special sense whereby they can detect the presence of water oven though they cannot see It The experiment were undertaken at the suggestion of an Australfan who addressed tho in stitution with reference to his experiences with sheep and cattle wher be ing driven across country a place where the presence ofIn waterwas wholly unexpected tho Ana tralian noted some curious facts The leading animals suddenly would lift their heads and draw long breaths Then they would abandon tire beaten IracKs and start running through the brush Sometimes they would run for a mile and a half to two miles and ould not be stopped by the drivers their course invariably leading to pond or springs hitheto unknown Let the Child Name Itself Why writes a correspondent the London Chronicle should not Infants be numbered and allowed to choose heir own names on attaining years of discretion 1 It would free pare its from great responsibilities and also from lifelong reproaches from the children whom In moments of enthusI- asm they have nominated Ebehezer kitchener or as that baby girl on whom her patriotic father at the crushing of Cronje bestowed tim names TUqdderina Robertlna Such a name as that can never be lived down and It handicaps a woman because It ba trays her ago c 0 5 I BuchananstUbncllre Ono hundred years ago James Buch PresidentrepresentatlvesThis marked the beginning cf Mr- timeboparty He disapproved of the war with England but did not shirk the duties of an American citizen when the war became a fact and was himself one pf the first volQnteers to nrch to the de tense of Baltimore Mr Buchanan retired from the legislature at the end of his second term with a deter aqddootetice of law A few years later how over he was Induced to accept elec tion to conrrvSB and soon bechme a ilgurei of nattohal prominence NonRetroactive A New York salesman tells of a stay made by him at a western hotel wher ho observed an oldfashioned roller towel Say aliked tho Gothamlto ot a man in the washrnom dont the owner of this Jiofcl know UiatIPn against the law of the siMa of Illinois to use roller towels now He knows itj right enough said the man addressed but that law vasnt paBedwben this towel wu put up A Neat Comeback Jofccleigh visiting Subbuns And you have a grindstone too Will ft put an edge on a dun appetite Sjfbbuba TerUtnly you turn the hanolo long enoujfc Justified Now Those tortuous streets of Boston are vindicated at lat i How so It Is impotbtejto speed automo bile on theta A Fastfdlrus Pup Im sOrry yy cant eultyou In a dog collar madam Im otry too IaIdt the lady bUt Fido doesnt seem to care for anything rllelJon61romS1KJ1mY mtopthoia4zrtdisv caza I Settle Dispute of Dirtiest City The longBUndlng argument wheth ir Chfcago Pittsburgh or St Louli is the dirtiest American city is about to be settled Soot gauges are in op eration which register the settlings triim the air They have been in use several years In English towns and have shown some startling figures In the East end of London the an nual fall of soot end dirt amounts to 650 tons per square mile Glasgow ran up a total of13SQtbnsper square mile while tho manufacturing city of Coatbrldgo leads all the rest with an accumulation of 1939 tons per square nilln every year- Repairing fractured Hearts Thirtyone patients in ft Russian liospltal have recovered from star fvouiids of the heart Doctor ZUdlersays the patients were put under the influence of ether very oon after the injury part of the chest wall was removed the heart aftcd from its bed and the stitches lulckly introduced between pulsa lions Tho bony chest wall over the heart was not put back In place that organ being left covered only by skin and muscle This was9 done to give Urn heart room to expand and to pre vent adhesions from embarrassing the Hearts action Several of the patients have resumed their usual employment The probable reason for the success if tt5e experiment was prompt and rapid operation ITS KIND There is only light work in toll establishment That suits me Whaf is it Dyeing hair blonde tints THE BACKER What is tho first thing needed n an aviation enterprise r I should say the main start in the flying business iis an angel U A Proverb Suspended No news la good news said the readymado philosopher Ordinarily replied the practical person but cornpetent it POSTED A WOODEN SENTRY Harmless Deceit That Brought Peso and Health to Sensitive tunate Royal Lady Unfott Ii805 Ferdinand IV was drivel from tlje throne oILJNapIesr All tb j members ot his family except ali fegei Qalfsfeter fled to Sicily ttTl1 jctor1ous French who ball driven Ferdinand from the throne treated the old lady with every COLsideratlon ThO new king 10sepJtpc Bonaparte left her property and her Income virtually intact But he dll orderthat the sentry who always had prlncclandIn spite of the princess pleas he re 12reign L cduld properly be accorded to a mem berof toe family The loss of this mark of respect wounded the princess more deeply q jdoself an outcast an exile In her owl land She grievedso steadily that her strength began to fail j t tatstayedstore the old ladys spirits Accord ingly they fashioned a great woodcm soldier qt dignified and martial ap pearance on this dummy they painted the gay uniform of the Neapolttam grenadier They set th figure Ina sentry box by the gate of tIm prlncosa residence and waited for their mis tress to drive out They counted on the nearsighted ness of tire princess and on the fact that she always passed through the gate in her carriage to make tIm russ successful And hen at fast tIm carriage did pass they saw by the gM flush that came to the princess facS that she had not detected the decef tlonSFrom that time the princess revived The sentry never left his post sad the princess never discovered the TM estoredl occasionally she did com plaia that ua der the new regime soldiers did hot Jpresent arms is they had dose Jli ta4 days when her brother was klaDwC- ute Kamerad r i v i E1wpiAtRtHcky Growers Insurance Co OP JEXINGTOJ KY I WindIFar nara and Growara risks a specialty KINDLY SOLICITS YOUR PATRONAGE Rates Reasonable Telephone 155rR SPRINGFIELD KY t DR J C fWDD- F fiiysiciitt anid Surgeon t omfttoO a m moj Over Hay dons Drug Store JR W FTRUS- rYDENTIST Office over Haytloii Barber fiental work treasonable prices 11 work guaranteed I b J tirl R J HAMILTON SPRINGFIELD KY Office on Mail Cross Street Phone 20 730 to 830 AMOffice Hours 1OQ to 300 p TDR MW HYATT 4Office over Springfield State J Bank Office hours 1030 a m tol2w4to5 pm WFGFflGBY ATTORNEY AT LAW SOtflca over People Hank i13RINGFIELL KY SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical cleansing and germicidal of all antlseptlca Is 2 UPiEA soluble Antiseptic Powder tob b dkcolved in water as needed c As amediclnal antiseptic for douchestIn treating catarrh or olceratloa of nose throat nod that caused by feminine Ills ithas no equaL For ten years the Lydia E PinlthamI Medicine Co has recommended Paxtina In their private correspondence with dWomenIt Is worth Its weight In gold At druggists EOe large box or by malL The Paxton Toilet Co3Bosion Mass iJ t King Baggot In Rural DrarnIThe Silent Valley a twore l fea 0 tiire recently released and featuring f Kitig Baggot in a role ultrarural pmveduck a success and so divert ing that the company has decided to jrelease several other film dramas dls closing Mr Baggot in the rough and etf1rIIetf1r been motoring every sunny day It it 7a gripping drama of the elemental snowing this actor in a role of origLInal qualities Charles Lessey is 4 director of the piece th01 Educational Feature In Film The Locked Door a coming tire will have points of Interest to municipalities being a picture that brings out the violations of fire laws and suggesting a remedy Vltagrapb players assume the principal charac ters but are supplemented by repre sent tlves from the fire and police de partments of Greater New York ikmbng them several of the officials Tie script was written by Special Fire Investigator William B North rupaiGrace Cunard Has Double Role Francis Ford and Grace Cunard will v be seen In a tworeeler entitled Tho Ghost of Smiling n In which Ford will take the part of Smiling JinlJ f and Grace Cunard that of his daugh JfT while Harry Schumm will be tim heavy for a change Ifi addition toIbeing the girl Grace Cunard will be seen earlier In the picture as the mother who dies- Phosphorescent jt f Aeropanee Phosphorescent aeroplan s and air Jhlps for night exhibitions Tor adv rIHlslngiad for increasing safety in night flights are now proposed aud phosphorescent modes flying machines were recently exhibited before auI American aeronautic society By some new methods the light may thereplanes painted with this phosphor esotent maTerial may make a striking Color display without carrying an apo Jireclablo amount of additional weight i t The luminous glow of course will come only after the paint has been given a good exposure to light but the aeroplanes would absorb cnougQ1 sunlight to give a noticeable glow for Sgpme hours at night It has also been found that mercury vapor lamps will stimulate the glow so the machines tpuld be given a soaking In light be fore going aloft at night Saturday Evening Post 4T miI Revives a Venerable WI tlcr Thoobat the t movement in Kn recalls the story of the traveling vjiltcb as published a generation or j routhhenlshed hone and asked for a nights lodging offing to pay for the acoom Qodation bj Wiling all tho rats In Ute pjace Slit was entertained and m mdlately after breakfast the next dopat1re6t the promise of the evening before sphBure enough said the wltpli and picking up a ctlck lying close by fbi vJ aJeditorward resting with one en1 4of thelstick on the flo jr and the other jHtbbth hands sald Bring on yau- rftCEDCltySmnr A tJmn t- AiJOWNt r iwe iroV RWl eLw vu V iVOO Local Happenings or Interes Tile Frpht and Latest I AH About Yourself Friends i and Acquaintances r tnnn l1nnnftnnaLU rSLI fSaSfl1I= BaledEay and Straw for sale IfN Shompson Phone 119 W seed potatoes and garden rdat Mcplure Mayes S P iThairpson rr alias fur sale 1000 lopu tpost R L Oh mol is R R2 has for sale Orchard Grass Seed For SaleA good work and brood mare Harrv Derringer VallevBiU Jo T Wheally SprinsjBeld r 51 box12 his for sale a Short bornmale calf If you want the best seed pp tatoQs and garden seed call on Mcblurel I Mayes ForSaleS C R I Codcores 100 each MrsT L Martin HOI1anathis office or H R Eddlema Sam Tucker R 1 has for sale one good work nil and f eh jjersey tows good millrersI Pure Whito Burley tobacco seed for sale by Mary Brawn Jruridy BD Ciements SpringSed R R 2 has for sale Bjaud Bay bud Straw i Mrs Margaret Nbonan1 Rue has for sale S U RJ Red Egg50 per setting FOR SALE Three thorough rul Hereford Burl Jalves eady for service Also two S El Thompson iIe J C Harmon of tin Val 01Doroc01 dllllast W26K Cai yeu beat itti Gt in on th2 ground floor at d help to boost yourself your own- ouftty11fld your home town BI subscribing for The N ew Leader For sale or rent Six room etSriJlgfiedlow HXfcOF WharUn LdstOn County Coart 2 col puds paed ia a ouggy in ONt Arnold Bros bv mistake Finder will please return same loArnold Bros For SaleTwo Jades one IJi aids high mouse coiofed guod bone and isby Henry Edeletij Jack n eYe rs old BlaCfc TacitI 15 hands high 3 years old past by John Marshall G W Jicnwick Mrs Sam TUCICT R has for sale new bloodS U R I lUdJ eggs 100 from pen setting 15 50 from yard 3ftOper 100 also hahy chicks 10 csntfj each wll hatch 23bf Murc M B Turkey f3ggs 4 CO pr ettinjr of 12 Rev C L Crowe of the Mth dist church will discuss two subjects of int iyst next Sunday The evening subject IJ5 there a second chance for Salvation tfier death Hear him attziL1 d rvic aTilt bpnngfi td T race Hoard ot Tnt e n el this nmrnint hUh d tiidtd to suijoum fi es un il e ha a irouii SC in this curi v atc1o resumes sti iininridiKtv thereafter for a space of eiglit TOPICSO = v Ii rModel Sanitary Denal Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Williams Store il 220 Dr W Vaughn Stallard jsulodays IQ enable the nriners of Ibis and adjoining counties to get their tob ceo stpipued and oo the market It is the con Cffsus of opinion that there is from 750000 to a million pounds toIwjre1tousenen felt they tiould serve the farmers tI a better advantage by closi ii for the time bein r When wi get a good season bring your obueeo- 1o this market wnero you will receive the very best attention and svrvici o oaptble ware housemen and hovers CHICK STYLES Wormanship price and qual ity will endear our line of Soring Bonnets to those who respect them Calland see Wathen Blandford Tb Di trjc Uonf rnc of Ue Eiz thowt D tfct of tie Af0Vho lit uKnrch Will convi ue iin SpiufTtJeid Ky March 30 h und coiHinus Mill IjYidiy Apiii 3rd The district includes 27 pu toral charges About 80 ppachers vil be present hida numbsr of layman to represent the district This Cue feeucJ will be in session three daysI Smn intec tjlg speeches will be made a sibjc nf mlorsL to the Chris laD people oi ali de nominations The opening sermon wi I bfe preached Tuesday night Ma r h rofBarditown Circuit Court Jfssie Ltwit charged tIm- thiiLiSi ViundiwJ was triVd jo llie ir uit Court Tndav anc PP verdict as alitzn ri tin pnit Mitary of ol eiS Ii n 10 nor in 1 thin iirev years Thp trial off Jchn Lifwich aJt cd jjllthj with him wilibe held tturthy Mort vispso ri1rAr jjitut ly vjih him was given not Kw than oto yar antiisix months and OUt more t nap one year six months1 aid un day h Lrwissw re charged with having cut sifod Mrtitmjjly on the Blootiticld pike last Octorpr The r guarjirv has been dis cjarytd until ujxf Tupsd y Jack Kosd has ten indicted for he murder of QisMYf1d ati1 his tral jel for M ty teri- cPt Yncnm HiargfcJ IItI he g staling Wilt poi aIy Le tried at this term The pdn4tltJdi Hfllel has changed hgridsdurinu ib pol lit week Mr QNoal of jUrxUcviM who had tbface rented for this fa hS rnt d hits tenn- orlcnhJ Mr 18 iautfii r Mr F uhr 113 wili kno n mar or lie t wn nol is lId bhlivikl essmai OfJ4s art m in Ir dI tI tnt d 0 Uk a v oi in ir fo vh pic U dff lliS lIitctewTT1t we p dij tjrlhi osl irv grttf KUO Ces i ii- I I 1II II I 1 At a meeting of 1ie Tobacco z Board of Tr de of Springfield was decided to adjourn sales I itII Sales we have will a resume GOOD SEASON 1II 1 IIan extra effort to get you a g price oodII II Washington County 1 Planters Warehouse I I Farmers Warehouse inc tS Springfield wz Warehouse inc JA Great Success The S ny Sch ol Insttu e h Id in the Ia1 titthmhnn- la Vedii sc ny Evening Ihurs ty arterro and ovei ng wafe- n splendid suCResy in tvery uar t oular ihe uittiilar cwt go d Dacejanrotary oi Ky bnhday School ecll sqciation were excellent and thm ughly enjoyed by everyone present AiLlieTiuirsday after noon session a ptrna tent or ganization was elTectcd at which titus win lollowiuj om ers were elected President Mrs Evan Reis of the Haptist church Vice Pi siden Mrs 1 H Tburman- of ito Muthodist church See rf ary unu tle fsurer Mrs TC CainpLell of Chri tiivn church whowill work fut UIH best inter ests orlh3 Sunday Sctii os Of Wtishmyi n County and in c- njitii with the ky buuuay School A9Jcta11 vnuih i isJR it Mieu ini rii alIlrg iz tton itul M chigIJIdtluJ wrk in mitin Godn ad lii- plcitisi wiee til ey htve no cliurches liii to be re rctud- Itiia foe of ttio schools outof Iho couaty wtre IHit t represented t itCourtsLeachmari Ilh El LHactman std Miss Sjhi Uouris wen married at UK home tf the budes parents Mr and Mrs IL lH Courts inI reMisbucg y4 erdiy morning it a ockwk fir hrioe Pita pop bluaud trective yiiing Idy w ti a larjc clicte of ft lends vnd the groom i iu comjeteut havings m n aida on ot Mrs Ninnie LttChinm of thi pucc and h is uffu lu tleiSuurK for sever4i yeir4 TIey tIll their homo in QrwHiisbur Gibson Mr Chnrcs Jihscn diod at- l1ihwM iin Ca dwel list i atur day of par sj He hat lbeeii- ii ir Oil he h ii ti h ivctvoi lthfotl trk vhirh erjuu td in a f w ir Iu eral pr views T c nuc d1t iII I tno1Iyears ago u u q U 1itiaQiIIt 11 I From NOTICE March 816 1 r Will Make 50 per cent Reductionj On All Regular Prices V Termi CasIJill Wtrk Guaranteed IIr 1 1500 Plate Best Vulcanite 750 1000 Plate 17 500 1000 Gold Inlay 500 1000 Removable CroWD 500 800 Gold Crown 4 00 1 800 Bridge 400 150 Treatmen 75c If100 Silver Hlihg 50c 50c Extraction 25o Come in at once and getypur worc started so as Ii I to get the benefit of these low prices 1 DrWVaughrSta11ardL jL and was a man highly regarded by everybod H had lot several yeirs been coifdnrting a geivral itoiv a UrdwU wh re- t v his fair lea log he esrabisl ed putaHon of oust eiing hoi u t1lHf iis survived by Lisa ife and s veittl cbidrn Age Physician Dies Dr John Deb ie departed this ILfn Satorday morning after an i hiossof romp ication of troubles Vie was born w Jefferson County Kentucky in May 1839 and ived in his pative county until after his graduiition from the Louis yule Medici fotuT wtjga 1w cIne to hiInmy uti iok up the pr c c bit I6 proosnion at Ta s ui thloff 18ii2 Short ly nfttr ItLIaLtiifl he was united in marriage to Miss Lu Ceta B rboi rof Marion Ciuuiy K ntucky To this noion wn b in one rluld Miss Ezab th Djhu wh i wiii his wtte s fvivts Dr Debuf about en wars asio rtird f 0 n the pr- atIe I hi prof 8i11i b catis of facing ii arth Durinjf the timr hy pc ed his profess 01 he was afwys highlvi gardfcland took a tirnt rankupiong the uiem b rs of his chosen prjff ssion tie was verv skillful in the trent uiant nf all disoisas a ml enj yod a hiuMt ivputdiion in this IUcJ ad Join ngte unties Aside from citizn1nndall lunriil services were conducted at the Springfield Baptist eliui h Sunday UfQIJfOl1f iy Rev K L PuV loin of The Bet lllohmn KapUst church yihewhich Dr Deboe unied sobrtly at r c iin4r 10 ihi cnn IltV a r pv r liy dit con i8lollt inpmber rrH j ivmilns Wt re lad to rpstin Cern terv lull Child Dies Mnr nre the Tour VOIPO d din p UT of Mr and sE E Hs r dd at fbholc of 1trau r in n hJ1hugnfr a hUrl hpss of S lirlvt lover She wJs uvrv bBniitiftil and at traeivi t hldnnd was wellII Uno n Stern where she ofttn visitid l lr grandparents MrJ II and Mrs f Y Mayes PJSRSONALJ Or Oei rge Mf Shaunty nnd Wife of Louisville nr visiiing relatives here Mi54 T W Siuims r and Miss Nannie i mspeIlL the vIec iMid in Louisville IJI ClnrJes Greene was in ousvil Saturday M Cl fton L acunai was in Onen hug Woimsda 10 at tnd iii Lac mtuOoUit wd ding I Mir WoH Sprtiggens of woo non alUidatc for Oimuion wealths A ttOrney was hore Tues dayTr Miss Pearl BoswdlJ Vjrho has1 been tojcldng schioc1at Maul has returned hi me Messrs H tir Rives and Q C Boldrujlr of Lwhmon attended court jiere Tuesday Miss Belle Yankey oV Ptrick L r 7 t 1 1 i t1lt i Itis l fOF c i EELA1Y STOCK J ndPlEMElfTS EtGi = = Having decided to change niy business J Will o- iI Il = I WEDNESDAY MARc i JO J5 = 1 c At 10 oclockm on my farm known fl the CedI Ptaceonemileeas of SL c Marys Ky and 5 milesrorth of LebanonKyrsellto the highest and best bidder jf = Two iFatms J8 HeadRestered AberdcenAngusCatJe5J 40 Head Registered = c Duroc Jersey Hogs 6 Had of KoJ Work Mules a lot fc of Farmg fmplements as good as new fl cFARM NU1221 acres known as the Ccil arm Smiles from Lebanon and I mile from St Marys about 125 acres in blue grass 0 Acres in alfalfa 50 acres in timothy arid alfalfa Sbout 27 acres Incultivation good 1t i five room residence two tenant houses one large stcjck barn 3 small barns I tobacco barn never failing run 11ning water on place and complete water works system at house and barn 6 new hog houses This ia one ot the bet and most productive farms in Marion county about vu ucrcfib thtf very best of creek bottom land lbalance gently rolling rich jimestond Jand and grows blue grass to perfection alfalfa grows on the farm to 61 to perfection and made fouVeuttingn in 1914 of hroi e than Tour tons per acre If you want a good farm dont Y overlook this one Every one who saw the alfalfa onthis place Raid it was as good as they ever saw growl c anywhere c FARM NO 2tM 7 acres located 2 miles fram Lebanon on the GccHFiverrturnpike4 room cottage 2 room I tenant house large stock and tobacco barn about one half tha farm ia in blue grass and orchard grass Balance is cultivated land all lays wd and isinhigh state of cultivation plenty of never failing wafer This farm is r splendidly located and will make anyone a jr od home Both farnjs dre on good turnpikes andhave telephones in residences and on R F D NoL neighborhoods w fCATTLE 17 registered Aberaccn VngnsrflQ w Jlregisteed Aberdeen AhgUsbyll Torjan Erica Pride Black- birdIf and Tilly Four strain as gpjd bloodlines aatTlhgocdindividualaaJfcan be found anywhere Pedigrees 1will be furnished on day or hale A rrechnce to socurimiq hbreed and qu 1ity HOGSAbout40 headof registereflurocJerzey hogs by such sires a Fscy Colonel Defender Proctor f Cardinal Defender Ohln Chlet and Sreares DerenlerChie O1to f r fist refd1m it ttder Cardinal Cherry KingsAdvance Proctor abouUO of them arc bred to pig in March bySeegr es LYetendertihfplalince are 1guts and Young boars ready for service this spring they are good ones j + Farmingirnplementsv0 wagnn gear fTEnMSOn Land cash balance in I 2 3 4 and 5 years with lien smd interast On Personalty 12 T c moiths time notes negotiable with approved security herring 6 par cent Interest l 9 I r ffLunch will be served on ground Write for catalogue or cattle and hogs qLa 4U i= Strawberry Plants II FRDT AND SHADE TREES andlll first offering of there ImtirlmQlc Potato Free Catalogs No Agents HFP Hillenmeyer Sons 1841 Lexington yoHI1i visr d Mr and Mrs C 1 Bos well Tuesday Mr G C Whrton visitei friends in LOuist1tlelttt week Mrs Fdiinyf L5apof rl has re Uirned fnm Btlia ap lis wlnrg iiie os been attiiring pri g Mirnjjivl Openi gs LIftII MisselIen Wahe is in LUll iiuile this Vt tlc at ending the LSpriug Mi linen optmkjLsv- Mr C A Green w in Lou isville Saturday Miss Regenia OlJryan has re tuned t Louisville ufler a visi tj to friend here Mik J Smith Barlow of Bard town was the guest of r Joe Cla bropice this veek Miss Lizie Haydon is confijfd to lur home t itO LaG IIIIP J P Tuclter Miss bl a IHe and1Mi11s the Baptist Institute at the RnI- Jlist l hurcli of Campbtlisvil Mr W D Purdoni was i Lou isv lie butuid y on dusniess- Mi Ii Frank Oriy1if Wo d lawn wis Jiore Tuesday Hon W U McCh rd and Mr W A t lm ntH tMvin Lexim toi Tufsdiv aiteid ng a tiel Iof the Burley Tobacco UrO Ier iss j a unit Piof Bakwr of the GrqtUd Schpol WaS in Lnuisvilic Salu day and Sunday IMr Wi Him H Dljjh pt Louisville is spending the week her sster Mr Evan Reen IIwitb William Rees of Louis ville ifdller of Mr Evan RFPS has reiirjjfd hrme lifter a wCllcs v pit in Sin inglield iVr J E Krrk mantgei I- It if e Leaf Department fr IL J Rej nold Tobacco Go was a vrs- itor on Ubacc ma ketihi I1JtSSI Jruves and eioT the A met k an Tobacco wpi visitors on ilie Tobacco market dui hg tile past I wlt1tI Friends ofL T Mil or are glad osie him outtg in lied hJe he will fitly eLi his I he ItI aid strttttfih in th nor 1II t Oit1hoysutTrd a srulte of piiillvsis Tuesiltyrw d 5 in oritigUi ctidtioaia his4 homeI l Mr h El rhot of z r zojl Ky pent Sunday wzth ntivS here jv ttI LEEA SCFARCFId = 114 Lebanon Ky Q 6 f 0- PU3UCr J SALE b I fiSvirt iry residence 3 rnilps from priDcfteldIIII cyi ho Vitrgand Springfield IITT I1 s r 1 ayurpb 18 I1- I T ONE OCLQCK P I SoIl property to t highest bidder ci l U wib MII 9One 6year old work iniIe Two coming 3yearold horse I t Otie Yearling Mute One 7yearold Mare in foal tomulesJJr- II SLr Shorthorn Cows 3 to 5Y Two Shorthorn llIYts i 65 or 70 tons nice Timothy hay IERSSaI will be on a credit of six months Note wtth god peistimLl security bearing interest from 1I date it d negoiable nd payable in either bank in Spring held will be reqnirel t I W Ifenry eenII = IiJa11iJi G tj YourJlUg IFrOinYourllbmejPealere t Come here1 and see and know just what you ae going to Jet for your money Come aria scc the Ames Bred in Ola Kentucky where the good timber grows You dont have to take the word of some other fellow a thousand miles away You have the buggy right before you Come and JrAmes the real KentuckyS ze up the personally guaranteed thoroughbred all buggies YOuH Want the AmesICome and see forVyourselihpwitis put up to ride the easiest run the lightest and last the longest of any buggy ACKIMBALL Lf Springfield Ky i = i I 1 These is no stifestittitc tLrOf Royai1 Baking Pow 4ei ioS making the Best cake biscUIt antr pasty RoyaI1s1 Ab ssolutely Pufe and the only baking Jftwdtt made from RyaIl gEapecam otAtaP JL- h JY i1iC 2 ttLEI t JOO ss T 1J jA r t tFY l to tI 2 l i flE warn su v r4 fjr JACK NORM AM 1 J f i to fi Jdttay atS wtflf lIenc Faadslio itl itk t I1 JHQ Lssz4I et s ttirs tJofMII wal vantttsL tkatttinyIwt ad pktHq1 her po J 7 rias t 1t a a I plLt Je tldbora ullr1toB re tt ether Ad there YO kiTe Ins chalaoioiottril ewIYcya aeeceHlot bleak plateaus itt ffrMrf ever a husdred square miles of lMiV alMwtaV to tte but Il I1kit rocki and te vegetation that cano xtrct a flyIng la the interstices unl a t d rtlM actiom ef frequeat sprinkles IniksiM yapor Htkc exhal 4 by the Gulf 4 I triMiH ui blow over lty the ocean 1 t t lirfcces This Is the country MH I xcsa an teiviautl of mean size i tit tardy miucultr vigorous and fIt ieal tte have laslde the skull aiore t4j l its 9t wmof maclty of ob rtiMer tkam the rest of the worlde4 tatThMkthiaa1 frs kanler aJ1rltt5iay Infallibly kMur tH Mpryt Marie Lego and teW 7 antryae It is wo tii Mi httHtadavaF tt Xitet tkea foarteen years a14wsm tbkeasekeeper of h rtajWri a JifcMMMi W LABBlofi tlM turWtMtw TM ef the British1 Sl sSbNt e the re ffv The iskcrman who j P l ft UHI wreckage oa tIl8 sands went It tssssLsokandtoldkerabonthIs t M vwr areSM7Mtt bruiQVMMt Yond better go J feMqihil uylut Do you want me 4 l rJJto MTthiJMf about IU 21Ii Ty S1tIIIktefllarle Lecoff Was a pits i l t Olii1t Irjt hut her blood did not jke M to reveal itself in pulses of t imM and prtsiitly restrain- tear raising her bowed head t fts lashing a fierce determina doLsiesaldITiask you just the same John but 1yS th sea teek aay llrlBf and the sea 4 4MU live jt back toor swallow eUer JL4 twe days after she went out to MA with ax uncle Thf hort trips of her uncles boat flt 414 Mt satisfy Marie Lego as she i leacM for a time when she could on withjThat time had come with her mar nags HHHd wife having some eaeytpt 1t tocetker to buy a sloop theyrIt tk llu band had the brevet the t wits was the acting captain and no OB MI HaH would tiive chanced to tf rrf 1I rlftbitSt People from dltI ftreat ports of the coast have still tkt Tisloa of a sloop coming Intq 4 qtcieie wIt sails speeding tn J IkttiraBUft ut ancBoraffe full of atallritIkc ireUan a reritablu plcttr of deierlnatioK and daring tJ teyeQ meat when onlook iSteL cr5 breathless anticipated a crash irigainit pier or wharf Marie Legoff r tter 4 a skarjf order staysails and jpIa amcfcor rppped at tha same time and J the skip veering sharply came quick ly stem to windward and rocked her self OB her cable JfVAfteryears of highspirited lIfs the 1 ekd cas One day ms the sloop pur 1 jifi feeliniMkef8Pp I IalxJtJflHMMk f rraBd aft mainsail slackened J t j i ui she was drives helplessly against fc 1 tko KKdcs i f fetWMft the ship and the shore was cVJb Jttfeet furioualTj1t1 t crewI J ktfl Crtak death and it had to b S i 4rtuickly It was to swim ashore iit 1W11k a line 1 r wkL wottli dare toattempttb pr13u t tindertaklag The sailor k V okUlel Xeadsand muttred1 S5cTbMf 41 Ik sure death tot1o a word Marie Lego ache a tket a rope and began to taste SP4 Hi jUNiu kcrwalst when her husband i L4a1iprug to ker and shouted Wbtaieye doing Marie There i rrf4 ta kltBket of foam on the rocks Jrt you caaV1et across yetif1Il1itn 5lmtkkr intrepid look and said I i0wI yo a that there was no ore ikila blanket of foam on the socks Not IJ I only say thAt I will 5cry the ropelt1LiWIthout listening to further pro 1t fcltAttou Ike sprang overboard and i fd e4 I the raging wster After sa ekepJIJed the surface SI + tIe prevailed oa board Btralning- ayM t watched her She was dashedIJ fonrar bya violent surge drawn back and buffeted by another but still wlaimingfaBd irtruggllng she made Iu aJwt jray draggiag with her the rope l i ii oily a ka e wave hurled her on SdUi tejt ttlwireef aBOther one toned Skerto the other wide toward the shore ghe seemed tkea but a floating thing with ker clothes bagged by the wind Finally she stranded still clasping tka rolHtt of salvation She was seized i brtk iffcwfoflc wbo had lathered Iii VitelHri tar audacious act but jko was lUeltM crushed and tora by 1Ii Wkrtf Uttatf the reef 3 Lnf riAut AvsMtnts FewI l r r1Ifei to rc driving lone OUh l IIMoGlLeiaclaia1d Henry Paul KisCt Chicago CollUlpns here a r1 4tt1 f fcH CWcagtkey are many Tkis9IS5beLeaetk stringent z oI11toIJ quireati for drlvns licenses in isaLiea igthiaWeec otsiack re4UlreliettrralQki6i 4 The state oral r UKlaatkia ia DUIItll farcical E vr1 7j1Yr a4b rqaired to how by k14 acts ability to control 1 car In4 r1ucd streets bavgeet Sce here IQ otatreetiihIng isch1 a v IrW rev =M Sa tbsrei rl tJTee 0 I 4 6t 4r71J11eI thas prereatlag Itlctl t 1 jrW ait tMa J L Y4kkS jr f q rot ItIZJl1aW s r Y 4er jd jfW m Ur kiMis aFtiiiPtrbj T N S b T it r MUSIC IN WARFARE Br aM Nler or the Past Maintained AIUN f the Mar tial strains The war betweea Russia and Japan fM regarded bym Experts jutkfiI iffitary as kaylag sealed 1at ol ttii martial drum The Japan Me armies meVed from first to lastT UTPfor the occasional ftfa Imgle The drum was consplcu Mly absent Before that war it hadh tabolished In iom European vmlM but no great war hail been tought without ItiNapoleon was the dram and he believed with MarIthai de Saze that great general of eighteenth century that the measured soufid made by the drum and the life warn Indispensable to make men march ell The drum the Corsican Is reported to have said imitates the cannon It is the best musical Instrument the world for it never gets out ofdtune And the little corporal was fond f pointing but the passages in Othello wherein the poet makes the Moor pay a glowing tribute to the- lIPlrftmOvlnCdrum Wellington the strains ofti was quite impossible for troops to make successful chargestWanting music he said men would come up ragged and open against the inemyMusical authorities seem agreed thai when uagdJLn a Jr9pSTTF5tue d 1litEoughly musical The com mos snare or side drum is freely usedt mIg004Icomposer pointed put a that was Insignificant t when heard such as the clink of one or twolmuskets at shoulder arms or tbethud ar the butt cornea to the ground at atImen together ONE IDEA OF EARLY RISING Senator Lorlmer and Representative Ralnty Learn Something of Break fast Hour In Arkansas Senator Lorimer and Congressman Rainey of Illinois will never forget their trip down the Illinois and Mia slssippl rivers several years ago when they sought to blaze the way for a deep waterway The senator and I had many novel experiences on that trlpV said Rainey We traveledin 26foot launch and our trip resulted in uniting 41 organ Iizations under dig er dep banners One night we were floating about forty miles north of the Arkansas line when it dawned upon us that we ought to put up for the night It was beast ly dark but we heard the barking of dogs and surmised we bad struck a llumber camp theIwood 10181 finally sighted a hut and begged a woman there to find lodging for two Well pay twice the regular rates and even more and aU we ask is that you wake us early so we can be on our way I said For a time the wom an hesitated but the proffers of double payment overcame her and she cpn s nted to let us stopS upII asked Wai she replied we uns down I Iftoureckon I can fix It for you St Louis PostDispatch Providing for His Future So you have eclded to send your boy to college Mr Wasserby Yes My boy is too modest to make his way in this world Judging from the effect college has on other youths I figure that three or tour years of it will give my son such a good opinion of Vlmseif it will last a ltf tiacM CLEAR WINDSHIELD A dnctor living in a rajnj bosecallstookhimontofteninwe r t weather undertook the problem of maintaining clear Vision through the regard1esla making a prescription that would do the work The prescription calls for one ounce of water two ounces of glycer- ine and one dram of salt This pxircd on a piccc of gauze and then wiped over the glass care being taken to hcve att the strokes down ward The effect of the treatment I is to prevent raindrops from cling ing to the glass Saturday Evening Post WHY THEVFOUGHT The man from the bituminous oal region had just walloped the ground with the man who had attempted t to take liberties with him Then standing over the fallen and he said jlvanquiBhedassailantj to understand 4pr instance t you you mustnt eTer confuso a sont wu1 miner with a International sofoa1ziszitd t With a View to Perpetuation of f This Valuable Breed The Arab horse a race which baa been aallimportant the development ot the most valuable equine breeds of the present day Is said to be cSe teriorallng in quality and diminish- Ing in numbers In Its original home owing to the changing habits ot the Bedouins and increasing exportation Aia step toward preserving this famous breed there Is being formed in Cairo an international horse flociely The flat work of this society will be to start a studbook one part of which t Jarllii include only purebred horses of desert origin while the other will be open to all socalled Eastern horses EastIKarebred Arabians are now found ltiMdyl among the different Bedouin tribes In4sIrtheN4J1Ugyft uid aii InLideMstudsTke ieeletjr will bud annual hoiri orteredl I HAD HIM SIZED UP RIGHT- Cleveland Mans Success PiIsIng of Hands There Is a znlddleaged attorney In Cleveland the Plain Dealer of cota good storyteller a fine lawyer and well an awfully good poker player paMiIyithw fetherbolIlittle but played his hands for all jheyj were worth Finally the Clove ijand attorney opened a pot for five dollars and the New York man raised Iit to 10 The others jowatchedc hiallThe judge looked a the chandelier and saidmDid I ever tell you the story about Tom Keller over In our townzn oi4ostory said the New Yorker nerv ouslyITom was a lawyer and a joker He s bawerNever mind What are you going o do about raise goDontthe lawyer finished his story Itwas funny but we havent time to repeat coti the NwYorku u alwumy raise cPardon1lhreeand Ifbethim and showed a pair of jacks The New Yorker had a busted flush andGsaid it wasnt good poker But could you call me on a pair of Jacks CieEasy Your first bet puzzled me Ij didnt know whether you had a hand or a fourflush But I gootiI rood story and you didnt laugh That showed that you werent sitting com fortably behind that hand even If you backed it with a raise If you tad laughed at my story rd have passed But you looked so solemn and worried that I backed my jacks flee What a game it 1st Radium and Cancer Medllcalcases In the Samaritan hospital at Heidelberg the Vienna Radium Institute the Radium institute at London and other places are that radium Is not to be relied upon as a curative agent in the treatment of true cancer It ia the matured Opinion of those who have learned by experience that Incal tculabiewidespread dissemination of gross ex aggerations as to the value of radium In the treatment of cancer and that it will devolve upon the medical profes don to correct these false impressions In addition to this emphasis should for the present at least be placed on the fact that no operable cancer with the exception of that affecting merely the skin should be treated by radium qinapparent cures says the Record have been obtained In some of the inoperable cases but in no Instance has there been a complete eradication of the ultimate ramifications of the diseaseStJ ilPieSeasonsL The pie tree fruits at ths season and bears plentifully Some persons hold that the pie season is 12 months long It is not Really however there are two pie seasons one when the blackberries raspberries and blue berries are ripe and when apples aro green and the other when the frost on the pumpkin The pies of the inbe tween times are as lead to gold to the pies of other times No pie except the pumpkin pie is a pie at all unless tho Juice runs from between the covers the Juice of ripened fruit charged with sun and dew Custom makes us cat pie last It1Is a hard rule redeemed only by the anticipation which helps us to go through the preliminary staples glad in the thought of the do Inctablo tn come- GtalDOrflea Brilliant VictnryI One hundred years ago Gen Ferdt nand L Clalbtrrae In command of a force of Mississippi militia attacked atIThe Inldan settlement consisted of 200 houses It was totally destroyed together with a large quantity of prow sions The Americans lost six main n the conflict Next day they do strayed a town consisting of 60 houses ft few miles up the river Econochoca was situated on the Alabama river about 710 miles above Fort Clalboiv e and 195 miles above Fort Stoddard General Clalborne the commander ot the expiditlon belonged to a famous Virginia family that settled In Miss issippi and gave to the lastnamed State a number Qf noted soldiers and statesmanSStates Rights In British Empire It has been urged that the imperial government cannot Intervene in the affairs of a selfgoverning dominion But the doctrine does not cover all tho facts This is a question which got beyond South African interests an touches India closely it Is a quest iu which the Indian government clear cannot settle and which South Africa has failed tdsettle Yet it is a qncj Uon on which the Indian government has a right to speak since Itsown sub Jects are Involved and a question which the people of South Africa hay righta to settle since the future social basis of South Africa In some do gree depends upon its settlement Musi we admit that on a question which in volves two parts of the empire and the credit of the empire as a whole the ia penal government cannot intervene Saturday Review Filled Many High Offices One hundred years ago Samuel J Klrkwood who filled many high pos lions In the public service was born in Harford county Md In early UN he went to Ohio and some twenty years later he moved to Iowa ott which state he became governor and served through the period of the Civil war He was elected United States senator u 1865 In 1875 he was again elected governor of Iowa but resigned i the office a few days after his inaugu ration to accept the United States enatorshlp again For one year be ginning March 5 1881 he 1l11edthepC flPasdentI 5ctrwoci r CUr ft jt t ts 5t J MOVE TO ABOLISH FENCES ttsburgh Newspaper Regards Idea With Favor but Has Doubt of Its praC tYIBaltimore comes forward with a mthunlty backyard idee already the subject lot practical experiment in that city remarks the Pittsburgh Die tch Jt alms to abolish the unslgh back yard and Its rubbishhiding ncea jand to create Instead a neigh rhood open space or park and playground that would keep the chilI dren off the streets and offer f instead of a little coopedup and prac tlc Uy useless piece of private domain a chance to stretch themselves and en y a freedom pi movement to be had no other 1ayIA correspondent who directs athnk tion lo the scheme suggests gtit be expanded Into a factor In reducing the cost of living if the com ttnlty would devote part of the ea space to growing fruit or garden tii tchSAdmirable as the Idea may seem in the abstract it may be questioned whether neighborhood human nature a arrived at the perfection neces oary to Its success It is not difficult to imagine a refractory resident an red by some neighbor spoiling the whole plan by restoring his fences Itmay be doubted too whether this uld be avoided by any binding agreement being sccuredln advance Then Iso there is always in possibility an untidy neighbor mussing up the mmunity back yard of clothesline hts and dogs and chickens and all e numerous troubles that add spice not sweetness to neighborhood ex tenceIOOD IN GARDEN MOVEMENT ity of Duluth Has Demonstrated That It Is of Value Ip Many Different Ways In the summer of 1913 the Duluth Commercial club obtained three var cant lots in different parts of the city and put a man in charge of the three tracts He conducted demon Btration gardening through the seaf non was always available to help puz tled gardeners guided the school chit dren In their work and otherwise stimulated the garden movement in the city From an Importer of garden prod ucts Duluth became at least a proh ducer of Its own suppltes Duluths hinterland la developing agricultural ly but the garden movement in the city has lost none of Its significance IIt has promoted the ownership of many homes It has drawn children from the street and made them garden enthusiasts It hits induced greater t efficiency among wageearners tthrough contentment and more health ful surroundings and it has made luth a city of gardens beautiful to be hold Of greater value to Duluth is the moral effect on the city The rising generation Is one ot gardeners Fa- tloijy workers and office employee nott fliraise their own vegetables but they have developed their bodlet bj the exercise The demand for saloons gambling houses and similar resorts dying out EVER HEARTHEtIj 1The1 The explosion crime very fiudJ flenly The house was packed from pit lo dome A levelheaded business man Battlescarredveteran The police are at work on HIp case toritetthe hospital j Our wellknown tohsorinl rtist Our chauffeur claims he was driving very slowly The bride leaned on her fathers ahm Good morning ju geIjuryccOrr leaden ITHE AEROPLANE The first successful aeroplane was limleby the Wright brothers of Day ion 0who made their overmem orable flight at Kitty Hawk N CL iin December 1963 For throe years after that there were but two men who could ily Wilbur find Orrillo WrigJiL Since 190G the advance has hen phenomenal as the present lfrofuturer ttell f GETTING READY WiilirAVlnit T yon polishing up your gi n fur lillisOn Account of this Euro pean wa- rWillisSurely you dont think we will be drawn info it Gillis No but think of the horde of book agents who will be out sell ing The History of the Great Con flictPuok nancellIMayor Was Taking No Carl Louis Gregory who Is the underwater photographer of Thirty Leagues Under the Sea Is whipping the 20000 feet of film he took at Y elj lowstone park for the Thanhouser Mutual company into shape for early release Mr Gregory Is tho first motion picture photographer to receive a permit from the government to take the views A Denver newspaper rOo cently printed an article about Carl getting the mayor to performed aI movies marriage Gregory asic asked him to kiss lhe bride but the mayor refused saying that his wife went to the movies Mary PIckford Honored Mary Pickfords fume has travel far and wide Her admirers are Jo cat d In the remotest corners of tho globe Recently she had the unique a1silvera1 reported to contain the official signa tures of ihfi lord mayor and the town clerk of Sydney The presentaliqn nnJpanyAustralian Film confpany of Sydney who now is visiting this country CHILDREN AID GOOD WOKK Even the Smallest Show Enthusiasm In the Effort to Keep National Capital Attractive To turn the wateplaceeof the city iJhe vacant lots and unsightly lawns tInto beautiful gardens flUId wii looming fjowers and clinging vines is the object of the Peoples Gardqns af Washington and In the report for the past year which has just been pre pared what has been accomplished tloug these lines is sot forth Ti building up of recreation gardens for die people of aneighborhood the baa Uflcation of parkings and back yards of the city und generall stimulation of interest in landscape gardening 4have been gone into with enthusiasmf by thc workers of the association and their labors have shown surprising re SUllfl One of IhenqtlceablB facts concern porUouII Ue children And It is In building up litho gardening inclinations ot tho fittla one that the elders aro becoming much iInterested and lending a hand them selves Tho children having acquired a taste for gardening aro the onea who are to make the capital beautif iIn the years to conic It will fall on them to enlarge the park spacc preserve the treeS and encourage t planting of dooryard flowers and flow ering shrubs The children have la Kfin up tho gardening idea as they would take up n now game Tbe have shown unusual thoroughness and the utmost Joy in their work und even better results are expected from tin l efforts during the spring and summer to come- Good Plan for Small Town Villages and small towns in all parts oflhe Unit d States would do well to ollow the example ot Wllllamstown Mass There the town council has adopted 4 scheme proposed by Pre si dent Garflcld of Williams college and providing that there shall be planted annually along the roadside of tbo town a number of trees that shall be valuable for commercial well aa ornamental purposes President Oar field it seems derived his IdeS from Frdnce where the plan has been car ried out successfully and has been round to be decidedly worth while Conditions vary In different towns and villages of course and in some a scheme of this sort might be un desirable or Impracticable These however aro the exceptions and for majority of our smaller communities adoption of Dr Garnelds plan would be an excellent thing One must wait a long time it Is true before trees thus planted become valua commercially and It maybo that public fund would never be swelled very largely by Income derived from them Yet if in ttrance that Income ikefound to be suflicicntly large to care of the towns most beautiful ornaments its trees and in addition leave soraelhing over for other purposes there seems to bo no good rea Ion why tho same thing should be true ihthls country RIGID HONESTY IN ENGLAND According to American Traveler All People In That Country Are Considered Trustworthy London specifically antI Englacst generally are undoubtedly fkrlgidly thoughtlessly autornatlin host city antI country I havo e discovered The first taxicab driver 1 hired told me honestly the corr porlerIera glass with which to ray more partiou yoUntIaro stage beauties So I dropped 1il pcnco in the Hot Imagine irty sur prim when the rrachlno ojtpned and found a pair oFJlO glaises out a chain ottered to my band In Now York lli y not only chain tho opora glassfa but they do ore thing but put bells and a whistle thorn When you go traveling In Eughin you first buy a lickot Tacit you rtInto the carriage of the class which you have purchased that ticket and ride until you reach your sti lion ThehMf that happens to b smaH station you gotout ofnthe riago and hunt about until you find 5hpthAtYOI1i rrlago having bought a thfrdclass tiis el No one comes to bother you ab It It is merely Accepted by all con ccrned that you illtake tho comb lrt ment to which your ticket ontii you Two weeks ago tho London Nipers made a sensation so far as thy at Journalistically ablo to make a Dln lion out of anythingout of the fart that some one intel persistently traveled oua tlmccxpro comnut ticketSNo action was taken until hiSbeen caught at It throe limes Vcauto tho assumption was that be hal mad a mistake and would bn frightfully putout when ho discovered that he lid picked np last months ticket when Lo left home When ho was finally summonsed ho said that he dIdnt do Itthat it was a case of mistaken idintityand estone seemed happy to accept that c IjI planationtiiIself to rolls and pastry and pi y on your own tally Motorb s conduci always give you the right change Country gentlemen Imbtd bro i glass in lha mortar on top t tha walls that surround their estaS Then thoy leave the garden doors locked secure that no ono will attempt to enter Tho glass Is totes e merely to emphasize their desire prjyady During warm weather housekeepers in London leave their front doors toIkeep prying eyes otfL They do noj seem to feqr hat prying person mieht ret througi11eh1zge- Oldest College Graduate Rev John Merridi of York Pa iis believed to bo not oaly the oldest grad uate of Rutgers college but the college graduate Ha wjis graduc Rutgers in 1834 His ago Is one 1at audHwhS and at the com the other dar letter fromI was reaa in which it was said Formep thuisbavenssed away but it brings Joy pto my aged life to know that you are kill going foryyard vfilh a great ntsood work among new 2 SI w juw Healthful Hints Eat fruit every day Canned fruits ate ortenbattersome fresh fruit Is essential Eat f esh youan allhvegetables of low food value like u1rots parsnips spinach turnips squash and cabbage to prevent ovOrnouriBh menW Ear SIOlVt and taste your food well Leand it will tide down and give more nourishment than food eaten quickly 11Never est when tired or overex foniyjorcooling1drink Iiinto a pitcher one large tablespoonful of wellwashed pearl barley pour overt II two quarts of boiling water cover and let stand until cold Drain oft he liquid add orfohalf cup of sugar and a IIUle mitmee If liked the juice of a lemon is a pleasant addition Every Man to His Trade Marl Thistlewaite private secretary Vlcepresidenl Marshall ran across 30page handwrItten letter from a momJlIIpobrightens wadelthrough the document and accordingly letterI Intwith a cheery igreeling and passed Into his private office There was si therbutter sounded Mark he ex claimed as the secretary appeared when I keep a dog do you suppose Pm going to do my own barVIng VICTIM OF PUBLIC WRATH Surly Pprtslan Cabman Given aLe Ison In Plain Courtesy aid t In Patriotism At times Qf overwhelming tragedy when jn every hand ar to be found Frenes of patriotism seltEacrifice and dauntless bravery when whole na tions are stirred by great calamity the fervor of public sentiment sometime sires rise to incongruously comical sIliiatlQns Such an incident occurred n Paris during tho trench mobilize Unn On August 3 a contain who was car rylnff his equipment stopped a horse cob on a crowded street and asked the driver to take him to the Eastern railway terminus The cab stopped lRnd the cabinfti who was in ill hu ClptnlniIeJ I tain I am late I must get there imeiiatelyjSAgain tho drivqrshook his head A group of bystanders witnessed the cabmans refusal They spoke to onet anothef in an undertone Suddenly they rushed forward picked np the captain bodily thrust him equipment otaqcJ all into the cab and slammed door Soma one pulled the InII from hia seat A roan from the leaped and caught the reins almost no time the captain was rat tling away to the Eastern railway terminus As hf looked back he saw the crowd checrfrlly tolling the surly cabman pthe street Youlhs janton OD11 t DIENtrtU1Jcd That Language ol Teuton Be Removed From the Prince of Wales Badge F IThe tchool readers of a past gen eratlon told the bravo story of the bat ofnEngljshdetested 1tar an exchange remarks Among the BoIhernia who was led Into the battle by andyItIntas his crest Ihree oslrich feathers DieIdtI servo This the prince ddolt cd and It has been borne ever sln e rby the successive princes of Wales in memory of this victory tlToda It is bent urged by British ioToutonand the pjaln English I serve biusrd In Its stead To the feathers taken from tfohn of Luxembourg king eoIIronet was added It Is said by Edward IVI and tha prlnceof Wales fealh nlesscrs are vested in tho heir apparent or not But worse yet to come if presrails The paper suggests that toI obo a correct and proper mollo for the Dlentnor I serve should bo used but the 11sWar Brought Prosperity to CubaITho Europnan war says a elfrJtcenll rived frpm that traI hAs put money in the pockets of the spendorsNonltCubans will find a beller market there theI today than at jny time since the founding of theUlopubllc 3fop r yearthan theyraro getting better prices for it than Ievttr before Ths is due to the Euro pran war wIth Ii has cut down the continentalncountries from onequarter to onehalf muchSotheesltimation of many down there workIItheIrIrpeople so happy and prosperous Cer tainly they have the money to spend and it Is waiting for the manufacturer who Is willing to go into the trade TtProduction Should Make Hit Ed J Le Saint the 9lIg producer II putting Dan prtZcutirly pleasing ona reeler entitled One Traveler Re turns in which Stella Razeto takes the part of a minlelers daughter a de hlOgedyounp a parsons daughter and who has pro viously had dealings with another woman Tlie manner in which the lat ter plans revenge dnd how her Spirit prevents the consummation la novel and absorbing Lamar Johnstono play lead Jack Macdonald an bld law yar arid Adda Gleason lhe other tvomanS 7w 1 A Good Example ofMcAlesterI EssftdngWOffiSlflI ovtrlsixiytMS and I tried anythingI 1amnc hvtIllI lickwhatI147CARDUII Tke Womans ToiaicSYou will be glad to tike it when you are tIred JII putnewmindIfpagenofaskforI if sick or weak get a bottle today Att all druggisfe eforThe Telephone and Good Roads The telephone goes hadinlindvith rood roads JI The telephone overcomes mariy of the oWta thefarmerf ness in the city and with neighbors when the roads are impassable Progressive farmers are insisting upon good roads and telephones The tWp agcncto QI modern civilization are doing more than 11 other lifeysmallcQst Send a c postal for our frciT booklet- giving complete information FLINE DEPARTMENT Cumberland Telephone igS5 3 5 i1andTelegraph CMBptftjr INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY jI 4 a LAAVIo- UGH I DIVOkC YousrJVFrom Dirt That DrisJgsuy IJtjilfJflJul1vd Com b Jvr c S- weasMUReJeIIe ia aad lg hicisIIei thIIINS IeL iL IitLbj Sweeper vkc s4 It h creates pe werful ics fsiIswssaisIcs sland doit IMcHi JMT nuiltijiif ti s V tSaetbeTCTuliat Wwli plap at fmi sVsdk rsvcIas TIE NIIUET IWUNKas e is iLseis Jsq udec riticI1eiGH YsaqWam- S IqiDOI OWIo 11188r lttafatMMMi writs TMMY ft AgenSrWantej ICl1l1drenCr fOr t hrco n r IlhoRJnd You Have Always Bought ind irbkb bM IrIn use for over 30 years saa bon Ike iInatxs s anahu sorta1gaperv1ioMe 1t1I Allow asta JeaaYewo1iAll Counterfeits Imitations aniiitamgO al1flExperiments that trifle tiOL and feagaafrqr 4he si stli M infants and 1ildrinExperIenee agalit rfiiuilssispii What is CASTOR IA Ciistoria Is a harmless substimMIer CMrtor OH tMs goric Drops and Soothing Syrups ItS PISRrMIIt coutuIrB neither Opium Morpblae boa oitfmr substance Its age is its uaraatc e It estroyl mnnd allays Feverishness It care DUniMMi Colic It relieves Teething TroKbki cr c CJl114if sx1 inrid Flatulency It asshuijatc the TtAnt y egS tIIIStomuca and Bcnvels giving Wealthy aki iiaHsml The Childrens Panacea Thft li7Otk4a lM m4 GENUINE CASTORIA MW Bears the Signature of I The Kind YtLve Always nUsF F OYr 3OYsrsTttt uxvaua asIPMV 7 yassv TKfi OlXJS JiiiK J JI KEN EDYS SYJtVf 55t mere4tUDH sie