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I J 1 r 1 IkIADL 1511E- DY1ANINI ft L 4 C f l 1 k I f t1 J E t ttji Irr Iti ItfJ I 1 jT oIIL1 JJ w w I4J ft sIn Mi all 1dsTh Trti tturd sisstterdPts F iDtvId ts Is Nsw IbL OM Fik Cii hpiird- I l k Ms lrd of My MHJI Aytd7ssaparableap ytkAMt w e ketteve at the t piM time It begins with 1eM Md ta te te greea pas JJoe Mi tIM stHI waters of Gods a4 ftIeN c4itP the Lonrs se sI rii bers ad there some r ats4 SWM IMS aad bvafry all ailfcid kr tJM fdM skepherds- W astdwstoad IiI as signifying HAs Me lakitt Nolsall Chrtetiaal k wM egk bet the Lord i Kjofmiae oa1aa1 Christians jie They are goats not smp rite iifAUrftd shepherd al tea alte with tile bi17eIsa wsrii itIIet io et cue fpr iffettwUi food k ro itftt with eater tat irsab1 flftepfcertf toU tbHrI M dissertations well filledi i iItk Jekep Do they not furnish JOo- stftJte mdaey Would they not with pfr the charch If spiritual food MM diepeaa d For these some ore jfcrfMBg cmokert parish houses a 9fU i with Pats etc SThe shepherds were not appointed by Ike LON tO1POk after the goats aria Ms prephec Is a reproof to them s tree lock lto scattered In many yleatsriaatlOM lid outside of alL 1Lteprey of the benztly f the wertd land are ensnnred Into TftriMe faleedixtrtl1es For this con Ufc tH Lera holds the unfaithful shtfiuris responsible Verses 810 1IMT1We stvdenta believe that this lufriUjU to being fnQUcdtbat we arfMfhic fa Christs Pnronslat and tMt JIN some years He has been pres t opttherteg flIt truly conseczt- edpNet t ot all sectarlnn systems and from the wld The Great Shepherds I thetMeelI aWwtfee complete His flocjc of this GoS Ml As awl to glorify them with Him s tf Ji tJM First Resurrection Jhelr- Bettetaad Verses IJ131s Heaven It slf willitwrfe alii sfectares Other sheep have which aw OfthJ fold them also rt gaad there stall be one fMaad one spberdJohn 201116 TM wi Flock and Its Fold tThe raetJi1er sheep Will include apwodarfn the MUlenn1 Ae wilt gladly avail of Gods gracious pruvU SCM for them They Wilt be olj n dif fret nature from the flock of this Gospel Age The flock now being path t dare begotten to a spirit nature which they will attain by a resurrec tjem ckage2 Peter 14 Cor 1550 tortsJgrMtockithe great family of AOam- pfetchased by Jesus For a thousand nndKHtatiiew 253140 Alt mankind Will be in Tjted to come under the Lords shep ypjUpiCcare By so doing and devel 9f6igWB pit His characterlikeness they wfil be granted everlasting life Ute earthly plnneActs 31921 Gadiate1Otoncf saappsed Tbet arc to be cut pff froai UfeTbese the goats shall go away Into everlasting cutting r reK telaan but the righteous ItfeSheep into everlasting life For a taofcMBd years the Great Shepherd IwIUmsiato gather out fully all His fade of the MUlennlat Age nod destroy 15 atttxccftHta sheep All who really i InlqultrriawfltaUy wkkd will be destroyed i 1hePWek Criticized Alto TtjWM 1722 disclose the New Order JilMll to Messiahs Kingdom This already has begun In respect to the Gospel Church Some who have been considered quite prominent in Christendom push lug and managing Its affairs and dis counting as pecu liar the Lords true sheep will be re I proved by the t 7k Lrd U my Lord In this Day NMrIT e poor the out csjits fb peculiar are the one that Ke styk U1i lock that He will sixth er 1sea heal in this tlme Axidrts te Lefdeet blessing HI sheep lire spietlte of all sectarianism Verily lTe4 aaerc1kg Ute out and feeding MMmi few these will be gathered At BMTekly fottC- rV t4 The Christ Head and Body Jesn 4i4 the ClKurchsvllI be the antltyplcal DavId JK JMored oGoo Into whose n all whV iealre to become sheep ihirtafc the 31 Ule nlvm will be commit representingUisefs litafe who devour destroy beiwiiI be caused to cease and i = wrel4 will become the HJ iwer will there he need of 2 jljMiBflt the e1eEytor the eus fifiiii fJtt ttrestfBl l cotiili s tW voo- dtTCkNAL5 M1Ie shoes adii ofOJd DtfcRderi Op Ryfor er rt NY 4 WJaeaUF5 kUar PQaaJW 1 eIeue4 jscked at rforttU City faorjP taM 6 B FWBsumbsiir w r 7J1 7 I t TITlE NEWS LBA- J DERe iIXi if f Ii400 4 j T i 0 t1t 1 f k4z4MWv Warning Circular By State Health Board1 TheState Board of Health yes erday issued a warning circular concerning Fourth of July accidents resulting lu tetanus along rlih information as to its treat sent This circular follows The remarkable campaign for the diffusion of knowledge llS to the practical prevention of lOCK jaw following injuries fe eived on the Fourth of July pndu ted by the Journal of the American Medical Association for the past decades is bearing fruit In 1903 there were 417 deaths from lockjaw among the FOurth of July victims By 1909 this number had been reduced to 180 and last year there were only three Blank cartrfdges and similar penetrating wounds are the reat cause of lockjaw Every cinctured wound made by an tnsterilized instrument or object is dangerous The lockjtw germs thrive only in the absence Df oxygen On this account the ibysicar should be called at once nd he willenlarge the wound I hd remove all foreign material nd clean it outin such a man lera1f to prevent the develop nent of the g rms or seed of Lia ase In order to secure re suIts it is eneraliy necessary to administer ether of some other general anaestbetlc The nnii atanus serum is of real va ue as preventive measure provided ft is given withih a few hourt after receipt of Injhry Parents should realize that fourth of July utid other tetanus r lockjawj Is eay to prevent out extremely difficult to cure Every punctured wound should receivecaruI medical attention loweVer slight the injury play ppear summon physician who rill adopt energetic mersures Most ivre sacrificed from uPlInhome1 uTbe State Board of Health reaps a constant supply of antiI lerum at its laboratory in Bowing Green and can supply itatl iqtual cst to any physician who vires or telephones for it I For Sale SeYcral nice Scoteb olliepups tC1 I ACbitlyWreck L The L N bada costly freight wreck Gravel Switch Sunday shortly after twelve oclock when the break rigging on one of the cars fell to the track causing the derailment of nineteen cars Nine of them were loaded with coal three with merchandise and sven empties The wreck occurred as the train was goingata lively rate through Gravel Switch and tbe cars were thrown into the yrrds of Oql James Russell and Mr R EL Dover about forty feet from the track The wrecked train was No 56 was north boundvin rhar e of cjnduclor Ernest McMillen The only member of the train craw Insured was Mr Jame Mershon a brakesman who was considerably bruised and bad a narrowescape from death i Ralph Abell anegro who was stealing a ride on the train instantly killed His remains were brought to Kearns Smiibs and prepared forburiat The fuueral and interment were held Tuesday Though a large force has been busy th wreckage is not yt all c earned aMay There is a pass ing track at Gravel Switch which wasnot inured and traffic was loly delayed a few hours Marion Falcon bolvirig P The Difficulty I The Yale freshman year was provinervery expeQsiye father so father decided to have a heart tohearttaik with Johnny home for the wenk Now son said he gravely but affectionately your mother and I are spending just as little as we possiby can I get up in the morning at hale past 6 and work until after 5 But son tua money jnst wont go round atthe rate yow expenes are running Now I ask you as ouo msn to another what dQ you think we had betterdo For a moment Johnnys head was curled in thought and thnh9 replied anyIwaynigbts VCinQinnati Enquirer 1Ol Papers for salej Some SUg lti nsIPick out a good piece of groundI for turnips and late potatoes Plant a late patch of corn andIi beans Plant the missing hills in your tobacco patch in soup beans andI butter beans if you cant eat them you can sell them es1toare fiqe for soup etc in the culd winter days- Suppose you raised everything you eat for five years and pat what Ton saved by this into your bank account would you liko it Have you secured enough hogs for your meatt Get them and raise enough corn to fatten thent and have plenty of lard and bacon The month of June will be a rushing time for the farmer in this country Better have some extra help and rush the game until you get unead Suppose etch farmer in the state aised an extra hog to sell at20eacb millions of extra wealth wouldbe created Try it You may need the change A good thoroughbred yearling 1tceryour calf at weaning Soc 25 Could you not have raised feed and kept him for the 4tf differ ence Harrodsburg Herald An Awful Waste A team belonging to Charlie Mills which was hitched on two horse wagon loaded wuh capes 1jofattempted lo run off Tnet horses however were stopped by Chief of Police Thompson after running only a short dis lance and no serious damage was d onerbe negro dnver fell to the wagon tongue when the case he was sitting on toppled over bufmanaged to hang on tn it aqd escaped uninjured SEW erai caseS of beer fell from the wagon and bottles were scatter promiscously about the street Quite a number of them were broken and several persons were heard to comment upon the aWe ful waste of perfectly good beer Lebanon Enterprise LA Burns Springfield has for sale a ljol good jerseycow fGhnt Swede Police Thp town of Grants burg Wis j lis said to ba one of the mostl peaceful in the country and no yvonder The chief of police dst Arideriiin is 7fcet4 inCQe tall 840 pounds wears a No 7tfiat shoes 14 inches long a 52 coat and trcnsers 44x30 Not a dozen arrests have been madein the town the pat year Anderson knQwn as Bg GusILl was born in Sweden in 1872 landed in the United States 20 years ago He worked for a ihnein packing houses at Omaho j web Where his gigantic strengi 1was the wonder and tbI of all the husky bpef policeIforce at Superior Mich but re tlred after a severe attack of 10ttyphOidhas been chief of police i Grantsbnrg Only once has any person had the grit to show hatj tle A lumberman named Tom McLam started adlstutbanceIi several years ago cause trouble with the chinf The battle was brief and decisive arid a few months later McLa in was On his way to the lockup a much subdued woodsman An derson never has used a billy or u mace YankeyElliott Miss Ella Yankey of near Texas and Grover Elliott of Mackville well known young people of Washington cour yr i were recently united in marriage at the residence of Hey K L Purdom Rev Purdom oticiat1 The attendants roJamei Yankey brother of the bride and Miss EtiMi 1o e a cousin of the Kixom Onlve low friends anl reJaivea wftneased the ceremony Af ier the ceremony they drove to the home of the grooas wbee a wedding served Miss Yankey is tir daughter of Mrnnd Mrs IJ Yankey anti a charming yoni I lady Mr Elliott is a young Theytwill make their home near Mack yijie Lebanon Enterprise I matte ita business to remove spots and wrinkles out of Ladies and Gents Garments Springfield City Tailor Phone 6 R i FW Baumbauer Prop ir Youth Is Shot Twice In Quarrel Ith Ne ro Situ May aged about24 years was shot and seriously injured by Lee Reynolds colored in r difficulty that occurred on theIl rilroad near the Lebanon turnlber Company plant late last Saturday night Just what the two then quarreled over as not learned but ILls snid that quite t ng1dlecIioj place between them ReynoldsII was not struck and following tbei difficulty disappeared He hasj no been apprehend d but the police hope to soon have him intlt custody May was struck twi e One of ths bulets entered bis1 buck and it is feared pierced hisleft lung The other bulletI struck him in the left i thigh tiThe night watchman at4 the In ercCmPnYPlat beird the shot and sent ip a police calL The officers howaver were unable to find Reynolds May was taken to Elizabeth Hospital where his woundS were dressed It was thought for awhile that his injuries prove fatal bnt hale noV inigJrtI along nicely Vnd unless complij cations arise will recover May until a short time ago was in the United States Army Upon completing his enlistment he did not reenCer the service and Isis been makiug his home near wnJebanon Enterprise r Saving A Boys Sight RichgmoudKywas requested bia physiclnhto aid him iu paring for a boi His eyes bad been injured and teen infected witiS disease germs The side fade was painfully swollen t 1stlutlytrickJinsn mothers toetreat the case properly It took ed as thoughjtho boy wootdllose ghis sight After a iumber of visits the nurse persuaded the family to send the boo a hospital where under proper carec hisevesight was saved Often in Buch cases the interest tind fiendliness of the nurse is the determining factor in treating such a case Every county should have a visiting nurse z i Gbautatiquaroai oai uttMi 1 committeefrom thd Womeua tChautaugua Auxiliary of Leb Pwas in Spring tfeld on8at uVday aftrn on1 dbln sdmBpre lmlDarvl work for the Aasocia1 tIion in the way of disYf i bating Mtera1ure and explaining the effort they are putting forthTor the pleasure of the people lob expect to attend tUe Pr6ctbp Knott Cbautauqub They ask the following ladles to be hostesses for the Cbautau qua to t1IS Washington county byItbeltiog selected for each dayMr EtroyIMrs Mrs W T Barmttfr jMrsW E Leachman Mrs M W Hyatt Mrs I fl Thurman Kfra ES Mayes Mrs Irvine Adams Mta FrankxMarlin Mrs TJ Miller Mrs Lloyd Haydn Mrs Sue Knott Mrs J S Clements Mrs Lily Nelson Mrs R B Cregor1 Miss Hettie Rudd Miss Elli Bhauniy The AnxiHavy feels that this wilIad4Lotheplaasureaiid com If01t of the txngstrang f Dont Be A Duck selJingIa veehelt aodar hard s010telyiIi nod mt1d f r deck eggs vitBecause the lice eUeves m ad vertising Atirr1auipS she avaVcs the ncigbbrboJd wih lIter cacc ng whereas the duck wobb quietly away and dosent tell a soul about iit There isi another thing about the hen She never goes off in theIpstute whereno one can ber announcements No5 she stat right nelr the bouse so folks Iwill know all about her Take atipfromthe beD Ad vertse1 adbesure Qu v l to buyersrof your roods Domt tlwaste good copy and good money in the wrong mediumI fend onI the wrongpeople v f If youre not just sure what to do ask us J IliL CUIZt H c1Lr1 tljKENNEDY LAXATIV1 COUGI SyuJ7I irx fi Ti pjw 4 fi V f iri r r tj i j gLIEUTENANTGOVERNOR 1 t EdI EermattJ f WILL SPEAK AT l130 PMi MONDAY JUNEE ZI11915 + k i AT THE = 0 ti et COURT HOUSE IN SPRINGFIELD i jf i f t In behalf of his candidacy for Governor 1 J J = Jiift1ti Ji t a4 +i f Jr i t I f He is a candidate subject the action of the Democratic Party at 1zz t ig ALL COME TO HEARHIMb f t l f Mr McDerIIJott speeches areJbeing wellattended throughout the State He will show tIiP people how impcHS nt itis tht they shouldselect him as thenominee jp August in order to be tore of victory iittbe I next Novemberekction1 ItJt f f t fttif rrJi1tj f1 1J II 1J fl trI i r iji GIGiit Sto aSow ttoaak fe bb Mi J jCQl4qwlr e4 fw fall i Wiq + Fauu J2J iIIIc 11 flncY prie e U a T 1 PlLijiohay KMMto 14ithM ffwle i tIpsppslight iHburntbB tffetdrIS X 3 Keep 1Mcl t tosJJAthe fruiti orcbar r 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UNEWJ Nelat e wtty to u t far the 1aecra tic tfoc axiAijmnwiiDfrtekt PruMury t ti e4ayi Artyrrt71it1 1s i fir Oro Jn e if We twerlaMku tolJ g XetM a InJlhhelHUets K Jel tw zr1 tileiatitiarie asset- r Wenl too8H11 t I U a wdida for ti si cut Jtidge fill 1M joet1ar tt itrJi4 f n J lIfK war aiI4W HtJ rLMIy dhlu fpt1iM 1LCurrewwdr A tttaeX nerttitk Jtilleytl DiMrh- tt fp tae Mtion g tae Deem Ile fttta A ywt jviMKy sa tl 1red M llaeJGka A Mfe M a IIl Jtidt fwr COfl riI isr IaM lckva = Milt ti tine etion ywtf t tW AtagtaJBt R 7rr I r Nr SMe StMtor tJ tnttie afAtreft John taaM 7torriatlah atr sae ifteHiA lien r tedilr e apetit tits eiw 1tiss d Mi wwc DEttiso yc Il1tlltLe tZ 1 eoCHaI l lTIa two lwr woe el tw froa W- 1oJIP tw adIIia ol =ssIeL pty M thtiAJpIt pri or itrth s eeT f 1H Rprcit e a th Ytifl tto tw stia = Ia Atraat pd HewbdtCp a CO ae is well x e 11Ml 7 WMt citiMns 0 yri yi nUt our city wu visited i dii e qaAUMbcr of build Iui usms s fwfeich ert located w4w lair Jn gate iWilliams WUmc tSriady tt llclntire i 4MH Md Sat Bank build I oWJMNMd The remainder iptbs brit district remained i 4ov r4 wirir the debris of the aM rttbbU i thrown therer M tawWj1 unsightly place Miff M qreiKNre to the rest of 1iw Wwi Darieg the preueut r jrMMr a amber of our enterpriB mf ladias conceived the idea of Vtoatttif jiBft some of the vniiigbl k IjyUiuhi Bpriajiffield and aj a MwiH IM lot on which the burnt Mi44i stood is now laid oft xlNi wfcite walk with toe park yMth rt and IBere Beside sari3re ry JgaAtiowtw ana in the midst Jcrf all mr a Jo er covered mouod fV wWck wUfa ttw Tariotis hues of Jknr ri Mtms a miniature aoriMiir uithe lreencIll KKtacky blvegraM serVrpetII ffit tW1 jttwel its setting l IsMiifii liffcl have been placed at 4 r the entrance of tike veritable flower garden We rejpieetbat tbeee ladles have oi aeospthinR- whileworth in theft which Uoda to bfftitlfj Tkk work has cost themaplitg astoant of labor csaffiothot eeterprisej and desist to make t r the town look good It Seem that after coGapletiag their good work they forgot tp name it andl if they liave no other name in viewI and as the Fabulous Egyp tianAbird arose from the ashes of its parent since they have raised this beautiful park frock the ashes and debris of the old biildinga we would suggest tiiat it be calledPhbenuc Park Tac10t attIla thute July 12 r A round table discussion will tconducted by the Instructor oa each subject given on program Qa Wednesday night I hope we pay base a good audience to hear Prof Sheely on Kentucky Every patron of Washington ItCQ schools should hear Dr Mc Comackon Wednesday afternoon Help us make Trustees day a success Everybody is invited tO cooperate with us to make this the best institute ever held in the county The teachers of thisquije their attendance at fell session On Thursday eve Rillpresenthe thegriduatesofCommonScbools Other features will be added at this time Respectfolly Ella D Shaohty Co Supt MONDAY FORENOON 1000 Opening Exercises EnrollmentIElection of Officers Appointment of Committees V Superintendents Annual Address Instructor APXEpNOON NJ180 School Organization 1 Factors Given Preliminary Survey Merritt rt p Clateiiation Tem ra und Per ffianeat Mia Bruheari Alternation and CorrelationiGco Neiklrk D J Miller 4 Instructor Recessld fJr4lAdjnUBftt h r1fTJJ BAytOM QQl a 830 T Devotional Exercises rt General Business Readinf iiand OBryanGrade Instructor Coarbe of Study D J Miller fRecess 20 Minutes Language Grades 1 2Sand4E- mma Nunan Annie Osborne Mrs Robinson Composition J RCpoper lyssLane Instructor AFTERNOON 1 130 prammar Instructor ttiWtlyETeachers Association Superintendentr WEDNESDA EORENOO ti TRUSTEES JAy 830 Y1 Devotional Exercises General Business Address by Superintendent 20 Minutes Recess Instructor AFTERNOON t Sanitation Dr J B McCormiok ocalPhysiGEVENING Adpress VKentucky Prof Sheely THURSDAY FOHENdON 830 i Devotional Exercises General Business Arithmetic Prof Miller Agriculture Domestic Science Instructor 20 Minuteft Recess I r rrackiHe coIIilT Drug 1 IfI I eripiipM filled exactly as your physician directs 4 Also s yrj high grade of toll dt articles at a reason I bgpriee Its Standard brands of paints from 125 to flMjMr pJl Jfat grade of linseed oil at 78o per gal 1 A fIll II rte of pee GM ReNuLac all colors and all size trawlsa faU line ofthevery best paint brushed i ot d ro kl jtp Gasolinell hours from an Uhderiroynd tank 1 w lii iMMirw a JMtttcr quality of gasoline than when plnrtl ttbotMtlir ortFng fIbaAis k tiai tin xp h date Drug Store and can truth M1 mjjivcL will imflLno town In Central Ky the size Of lll HiM lwkt a dntator and batter equipped Drug Moew We wu tN lsd toserve 101 CitJl aa4J1es g 1t i rMdekvjJle firtig Go jI i i A r CALL AT ICunninghamA Duncans 11 They are making Mid Summer PCoes d on ever line WE QUOTE I Hart Schaffner Marx Suits 1750 to 23757 V Worth 25 to 35 S Young Mens and ChildrenssKnee Pants Suitst At Especially Low Prices I i Palm Beach Suits at 600 to 1200 1florsheim and Beacon Oxfords and Pumps in Patent Gun Meta I Tan and White Canvass at dosing out Prices Panama and Straw Hats Deep Cut Pric s I Special run on White Goods Voiles Crepes Panamas and Gabarducs I Rug Specials We are making RugsLaceI X16009z12J WALL PAPER 4c to 20c LACE CURTAINS SOc to X500 L UN III Q M S 1I Ii30rScho6l l Management Superintendent and Instructor AFTERNOON 15CH History Prot Hill- CivUGovemment Instructor 20 Minutes Recess Teachers Assodatioq FRIDAY vFORENOON 830 Devotional Exercises General Business Gsneral BusinessSGeography Hettie Rudd Jennie Cooper and Bottoms and Instructor 20 Minutes Recess Writing Mias Regina Rudd APTERifOON 130KAims and Ideals for Coming Year Superintendent and Instructor REPORT OF THE CONDITION I OF THE Peoples Deposit Bank Doing business at the town of Spring field county oi Washington State of Kentcuky at the close of business on 16th day of June 1915 RESOURCES Loans and Diseounts31383007 Overdrafts secured and un secured 6994162 Storks Bonds and other Se curitiesr 680000 Due lromBankSoJ 702219 Cash on hand J 1129941 Banking House Furniture and Fixtures 656904 Total J + 3506153 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in in cash 5000000 Surplus Fund 4000000 Undivided Profits less ex pensesand taxes paid 127659 Deposits subject to check 16562029 Time Deposits 630806522870084 Due Banks and Trust Com panies 334876 Notes and Bills Rediscounted 2718914 Total 35051533 STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 Uct County of Washington J We GI Haydon and J A Boul ware Vice Pieaident and Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly Wear that the above statement is true tq the best of our knowledge and belief Cr L HAYDON VicePresjdent J A BO WARE Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of June 1915 R E FOSTER Notary Public My commission expires Jan 18 1916 Valley HUI Attar our short Absence we will try and jot down a few items for the Leaders newsy columns Master Jack MfcOabe of Spriagieldwas the recent guest of Motives here Mrs Farmer Goatley left last weft for an extended tour of the W4ist Mr and Mrs W T Beam Prima Donna Who Is to Appear Here on the Lwit Night of Chauiatzgua Week ALICE NIELSES t 4r THE KETBOPOUTAN AND BOSTON OPERA Initialnltatnnteut COMPANIESITHE of riu 1hrulolltnuu d Uostou Opera Companies Cluuitttiiiiunx tits xennoti bus beeu vrldedly heralded tbroughoutI the mitt lent world This Is the first iastauce In which so celebrated musIc nM lots ujiiitymd on great chain of Chnutauquns It Is safe tto say however than twltb tnrrcaslnj demand among Cliautautiua patrons to foliows tour as an Innovation which will open a new and broader field to the greatest musical talent rAlice artists wns not born In Europe but Is a native oi Nashville TJenn Slip Is a beautiful southern man of whm the south Is especially proud Her dameas a sinner Is worldwide At Lebanon Chautauqua Weekof June 29tht were guests at the home of Mrs IM Reed up day Mrs Sue Bonta of Mt Zion and duughter MrsJSijays l ofShelbyyllle were guests of Mrs Jas Moran last week fMr Thomas Simms and MrI MacUin In midstwere our re UlejfJrfield was the recent guest tof her sister Mrs Chas Dotanos Mr Hunter Goatley and fami visited at the home of Mrs J B Williams Sunday Bradley Tatum is at home from Berea where lie has been attending school l IMr Jessie Williams ofMtt Zion viiited relatives near beiSunday bereIRay Pile visited relatives Sunday Farm work at present is in I II I 7 t l ttfII rfIJ rrrJOf I M mit t1 t hoM 4itT I K SAFE INVESTMEN1 f1 Y j 1 I It PAYING 71rJ FE iROMSTATE COUNTY AND rry TAXES t 1N THE STATE OF KENTUCKY r C C MENGEL BitcxCqi 11 Yrt 1 4f it PREfEIMD STKL iJl tJf 4 t ar Wwi iff Sbnj JIM I j i r t 55PREFERRED AS TO BOTH ASSETS AND PROFITSIi fItt QuartcrlyDividendDates firstMondaY in branch Jone Ptembeinnd Dexmber jfj i Redeemable a5 whole prin part nt way time at the oPxtof t lJt i t 1ttlcCompany nt 12 5 and accrued dtvldeadr l j ti CAPITALIZATION il tj1 t Xf AaIh O r 300d00i c i I1a7000 sfE f iJ Ut rindthisJ i I 1 This stock is a legal investment for trust funds in the Matt 0eI lentuckyC- j 1 r 1 I 2r The company has no bonded or mortgage indebtedness rz tt t 3 This business was established in 1877 by C C i reng efiuia 7 to C R Mengel rout it orpotatedui 1903 as C 1enre1l Br co tJt under the Iaws of the State of Kentttek and ha been continuo nwr successful dung the whole pcriod of 38 years 4ltw j 4 The btsiness of the Company is the manufacture of Mabogany rtt IIz Lumberanl Veneers and it the far est importer of Mahoganit V t jt t portationmak i91 V ltft J 15 Tue legal proceedings for the issue of the above Preferred fk Stock haye been passed upon by Judge Alex B Humphrey and I ArchibaldB Young Esq of Louisville 4 5 jIJ t r iV- vV t t 1 fist1 Iv rit PRICE 100 PER SHARE i f it1f 1 Accrued Dividends to be Addedr t1I i tJ d 1 r JAESCWI LSO 8 CO iI t v LOUISviLLE TRUST CO l STEDTd f 1 JOHN W D S GREEN WAKEFIELD 1C oJf- 4 It h 1 L LOUISVILLE ky iJIJ pIct I p tJ r1t IId 1 Special circular ivingg complete details ofea issue J JJiferredStoc1 ma aEth be ob and ent focthectockma bs- r p IJ r t tJ t r WJf ijt I r Jllftt J i IFIRSTNATIONALBANIKII J 4i perM j lTi iif J I I IJ FARMERSOF Wl1SH1NGIN u t Greeting 1 1 7 iJ The nnder91 r Rithiffiroatrireachf an4 atolicitsyour ioiiriicej n r tWe come t8 you with some history behind nand repatationiin hati to which wesJMfreference for your consideration v rf1iFThis company was organized In October 1896 and for these if nirS paMbl ofifmdwholly in the counties of Fayette Franklin Woodfprd Shelby Boyfc Mercr Azadreaiiioa mine Garrard and Lincoln in which territory we have U p wrdsofJ35tiraM hf JjJ rot carried by wideawake substantial ofment carryaggregateinsursact of l to 20000 and have continuously done so for from ten to eighfean years NAanKcicd a ii itt fc of ieaetksisEYPhis 3risomea tthat Roea i circulatiofi agtttf iin UIiinI1Mrfia section il was gotten from It records is in figures that of 4280000 handled bYiralrpprNtover S2Q0000 has been paid back in fire and losses lin these ton coantlfs fIIt writes just one kind of policy which protects tery holder against ire1Ehtsisi a d wwU los or damage and its adjustments are made by its Directors COmPoof aixUM tUtftlli bEOrness farmers most cot whom have been with it from its inception n who siamage its aJWf r a sirs who among themselves carry approximately 160000 insurance in it j4 These men and many others appreciate It a fact and will avow It Of aav prop4 li t that to escape the excessive premium charge of stock insurance co lip nIJI tbsr her lMfe igtj Gated tbisr class 4r Iijtanda great tatiMg ineiaraabs c kselves In practicing their preQcbment V k This company has consistently from its beginning wttBo t deviation girliitTA years ji r= ante fop a years pay or premium That Isits system its plans which after tiifiatea yiiwrsproven satisfactory application it proposes to continiae 2rr tjniil recentlv a company like this was restrjcted id its territory to Wn eo uc TW irelh of public sentiment then induced tho Legislature to open the bara forit t rw irilM M prsithiswhyeighti Is their recorpmedationof anv worth to asbrnRtoncounty dcott1Msdieos t Ht irtrecentlv adopted co sties and our nearestneigfebors gave as hearty welcome Mi iMwfirMrfr patronizingi us withI much goid businessx v LtWe come to you with clean bauds and guarantee that we owe note pearsof iesJ iMJffwilfc Jtrecord and a histoiy that can stand nnabathed before thti strop tstrCbU htEai iaoa diIatiSee our representative MR R C BROWNof Spnngleld ItVerI relpectNlIyl f p J1i1 t Kentucky J Growers Insurance 7t0il v f1 JAS FHINTc tt3usvg lryr i l rush as tobacco setting plowing and harvesting of wheat and bay are both ru band To Mammoth CaVe- r Jrt JUNE 291915 Roueo d trip tailroid fare 375 Board at Cave Hotel including the several routes Inc lbe Cove S560MRkng tpta Cfstfor two days trip g25gailgun reguln morning trains L nit on tickets LNIyAgent CASTORIArcr ImJuii ant OkiWrt Dell ynAlways IIIPC whoofJJ ri The Fad Kanami JJo tmount of mijreprcte t 6oli iy the fpcddlert of um IxUpaf powdprv o jay ogling with cfictnicftlor pcetendW wu ii or cookeoVup ccrtificate or fabohoodi of any kid eta change the fact that Royal Baking Powder JI i y dj i lf LrIeYe ttfidtitt 111 1 pvrify rail w lTI R11I Biklnj Powder js lrt 1 i for lnttking Wit tIhod f Wlle ttf Letter Statea ati or w kind of SUtionery give MI caD We fuarantee satiafad onsb I r J l + R tdC BfWNAGUT I9J- tl I Kiy crLIlcxZe tusnie fettrMct Ct i ftT W- a1i sod Qsra 4iisaap lty zuiLY Qi1i TilAXAigiu- siMIsNub ieT hone 15R e PRflWflZ D KY j DRJ C MUDD- ttildu uri SueN 4 8to9a4m Ocs4ho4lrEitopm t Qr r IIDr1ilt itole r DtIF TRO- Sl1ENTIST ii 6e B rbtr JlIMlWOik 1 reMODble ptieeL llk rD R J HAMILTON SPRIKGFIBLD Ky lisMa C SbetPbo 0 Z3OttiOAesBoxi x i 110 TDR4M W kYfr oiIOi oyer J8p mgfieid state iSkak Oflccikmrs 1080 a aJW124to6pk- J lW F GRIG BY ItTONEYATLAW IIM jWTILD xr PECIALTO WOMEN ft MOID1ea1 cIe- au ut= fatiioc a1 at1gU Ja Mith i PowcS Iu iircAmaad1eIia1aatIkoidouches fa tvtetlar OAlMrrfe Inlamaaitiba mlm U K of MMtkrota that by fke Ifluithuno equalo jit too MM uLydia B Pfakham dk eoJlullaIDIMBlledPaxUae 5k tiMlr priTftt odrrpcee with wiii wkkb jfOT IU upertorlty wI iriMt ATe ben ci5layK ig SracUi tti wt to goM At I1 ac Jar 1aH or by MdSm 7si 1 c BQltOL XlaS Strtt1erry Plants It iiSFIU1T AID SHADE lEES Tf t and our fSrai oferinj of the W IIrkable f JIIt Pearl huts 1F Cti S No Agents 11 Ri1ieiiejer Siis- 184I LexiNgton1Ky 1915 f CliifliOHnS1tI 1 Jerieaunter ef Plffs EquitySiaVPdlinretc j Ify irture judgment and order of HleofM Washington Circuit Court VrwMfcred Athe October term 1913 In tit aboye tyled tause jt shall proceed to pffer for sale at the Court House 4obrin Springfield Ky nMONDAY JUNE28 116 at 180 oclock p m or thereabout being county court day upon a credit pf B 12 and 18 moths thefoflowingdieribedproperty towit A certain tract ol lland situated in Washington County Ky known asIJoe Casey farm adjoining the lands ofj+ C RjsCheat ani Lloyd Mattingly and Newell Hardiar supposed to contain cr 3 TOdaaud 84 square poses more or lea For the purchase price the purchaser orporcha rawith approved Security t orjureties mbtexecl1te bond bearing legal interest from date of sale until paid and having the force and effect ofa judgmentr Bidders will be pro- adtocornptol promptly with these- J trMs C4BdsIEYM CwCct 1 1PrIvatCrs X the town of Mombasa on the East coant of Africa the private car ques v Uek bas been settled to the eatisfac 1LJOn of every waKe resident by pro xvldlnga private street car for each of Uew The ears are pushed byana tive black and are saialL They are flt tei with a wide seat which will hold 1two persoas The tracks of this private road lead through the main streets of the town with switches to the stores and clubs Each owner of a car has a switch to hip yard and boards his car In the yMmt manner as an autoraobiiist l11roall is financed by each car wjrtwbo pays certain turn each JeMirVbr upkeep The rod Is usedI t uootker purpose than to carry the wne1l0J1t outing or callint ex fedttIoeeWaIt Street Journal I t Ahit 14f TwlsIe Carojmmjfl f jay siet tMtwIacr a prtvatt sHMi aeorfflB te its catalegue retsjpijii e 5I7WIIt K tvJOM IB ai vtf Ute eatskse wa s at titf ai Mt who Mt kU eWM fo the iaiiii tW SIlt HaMe lac f lT MtwtttMac jJiMtk eid se zsabIs ree4s H1 nM t toc ilfwUttaw ttMt the UIUo ifb IsdsMd se- jt PlWOta FfaWN71 HtifiHHHfiiLI Til Frhtct and Latest I ItyfFrI c d AIq1R mUlmm Per your Horses and Cows trjrI la sack of Arrow Brand Molasses i Feed BDLateCo 0 L Brady Springfield r r 3 has for sale one long yearling roan Shorthorn bull t It you make your 1YOl1lpoultry a feed them 1PoultryLake For CoIIJ l y fear old horse 1 8year old mare guaranteed to work anywhere and not afraid of automobiles 1 2horae wagon good condition Albert Mudd Springfield r r Rev 0 R Ore subject tnext Sunday morning should Interest ail cbristains How a Christian can get rich in Material Things t Walter Bungat was brought before Judge Yankey last Monday on an attachment for refus- Ing to obey a summons as a wit neee andivas given sflne of i 1000 as a reminder to come the next time The IceCreum and Raspberry supper given by the Ladies of ttl St 3Domlnlcschurch at the Me j Clnre building last Saturday evening was well attended and the handsome sum of ninety dol f Jars was realized TheWomans Club Will hold an open meeting at the Court House Thursday eveniagJuly 8 beginning t8 oclock An inter sting program will be rendered andall who are interested in thef Womans Club and the welfare f the town will be welcome Admission free t 200pairof Menaandt Joy dutootimicd line of SIMM ad Oxfords all sizes either black or tan Values uptolOO special for three dlLys1OOapair FL1L Campbell Bro v Dr and Mrs R H Williams had the misfortune to suffer considerable damage by fire which originated from some un known cause last Tuesday in their home aNew Hope Mrs Williams being the guest of bet slater Mrs W F Trusty at this place Neigbbors discovered the smoke and flames issuing from the building and formed a a bucket brigade and succeeded in extinguishing the flames t The damagetQ the building was about 800 and their furniture was damaged to the extent 01 200 The loss is partly covered by insurance Charged rVith Vagrancy Stanley Graves a colored oung luau of Springfield was fcrraigned before Judge Noe in bePolice Court lost Monday on t charge of vagrancy The jury gave him a fine or lot0 Graves was arrested by City complalnedthat oiteririg with no visible means of support Dies Suddenly George Spalding a highly re spected colored min died sod dtnly at his home in Springfield last Friday Spalding bad been Employed at thePbsrer House of the Springfield Water and Light om any for several years and was a faithful and industrious workman He had been in hiI usual good health until within a few minutes of his death Fined For Bootlegging L Ada Polin colored who Vas indicted for selling liquor o Will Jjeachrnan also colored sometime last February or March was convicted for that offense list Monday and given a lIne of flOOj by a jury in the Quarterly Qourt She had had two previous trials in the same Court before a jJury allof which lesnft ed in huffg juries Bowser iin the last trial ome additional testimony was produced which strengthen d the case of the QommonwealthI Kill Himself George Murrell aCOIOrCIIman living on the farta bf Mr T K IITOP1G8O i I I Modeli Sanitairy l lr Dental Office ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices ReaonabJeOffice over Mrs Kate Williams Store Ie1 220 Dt W Vaughn Stallard Smith near PleasantGrove kill byshootingtlshortly killing himself left his home with the gun saying that he was going out to kill a rabbit and i benig a short distance from home fired the fatal shot He Was a good hardworking man and his rash act came as a surprise to those who knew him Watering Trough Installed The new watftrinifountain to l be erected on Main bross Street I as provided by the Fiscal Court and City Council hasarrived and is now being installed It is provided with places for slock 10 drink and also a fountain for the use of than It will be laid in- concret the 3heBousep just below the gate This iis an improvement that has been needed the Iforsomno place to water ahorse within some distance fromto nii StoAsyIuiSO Mr W S Ross a prominent b armer of the Cardwell neighborhood was brought to tbwn last Tuesday for the purpose of holding an inquest into his sani y The inquest waa held yes terday and he was taken toe Lakeland yesterday afternoon by PepntySherlff SD Hale and a number of friends Prior P to his derangement Mr Ross was a cpngenial business man but within the past few months he became ill physically and suffered with melancholia It is U bedeved by most people familiar with his condition that he will jba Restored in a short imeIi Nwman Here Hon John W Newman candi late forthe Democratic nominaltioni of Governorpaidtbe county l visit last Saturday and was tot i have spoken at the Court House but it being occupied bv teachers taking the examination thee cspeaklnNewman sawquite a number of voters of the county it being Saturday afternoon And he made quite a favorable Impression with the people who saw him He bas for the past four e years been Secretary of Agria caltjire aud has discharged the duties of that high office feAr f lessly under most difficult and trying circumstances =County Visited By Cyclone l ci- A Cyclone a d te County last Friday t lh y uft rhoon While sevei al 4rtioJs of thoJ county had considerable wind the strongest effect was ex periencedin the Pleasant Grove and Litssy neighborhoods TbeI arge tobacco barnof Mr James I Martin was blown to the ground part of it being blown thirty feet from the foundation A number of men on Mr Martins dace had just left the buildingb with their teams and gone i down into a b ttom nearby and were out onlya short timewbenI it blew down So strpng was the wind at this point that a large numberof oak trees were uprooted or broken off 6ne large sugar tree three feet in diameter standing in the yard o Mrs B rnett was broken 0118I few feet above the ground and hurled a distance ot fifteen feet Speakings Monday Persons who deie to hear oratory will dp well to conic to town next Monday as the disci plea y I Demosthenes will be in- eidexceon that day Hon J McDarmott Demccratic Candi date for the Democratic Domina tion for Governor will speak atIt at the Court House Heis f prominent Louisville Attorney who has been Lieutenant Gov ernor during the present administration He is a fluent Speak l er and will entertain bis hearers After the conclusion of his speech the Honorables 1 H Thurman Jeff Henry and C S Hill Candidates for the Demo cratic nbmination for Circuit Judge bfgtbjs District will speak and pay their compliments each other All three of these men are good speakers and will maKe rouslnggoOd speeches as they have spoken before at Lebanon and Campbellsville As the field is full of candidates for Sta e office there will doubtless be some other men here ViceDeWeese News was received here to day of the marriage ot Miss Vioji Vice recently of this placn anc Mr Glenn V DeWeese of Jackson Mich Miss Vice was att Onetime one of our local operat ors Mr DeWeese is a prominent businessman HarmonHickerson Mr Halisey Hickerson andI Mrs Lulie Harmon were married by Rev W A Wolfe yes terd y Mr Hickerson Is a carpenter by trade and is wel known in the county t Mrs Hickerson is the widow of tne late J T Harmon and a daugh ter of Mr and Mr DB failson Di1l44opre Last Thursday afternoon at 30 ofclockRey U R Crowe the marriage cere mony for Cnas H Moore and Miss Gertrude Dill of Somerset Ky Mr Mooro is manager of the OumberJandTelep one Co The bride is one of the most young girls of Somerset heir reason for coming to prjngfieldwas whave Bro rowe to perform the ceremony c bavhig known Mr More for seve al years Those present were Mr R C Djll brother of the bride and Miss Virginia Catron of Somerset Mr and Mrs P CCleaverL W Cleay r T F Cleaven and Miss MhfJ nie McClellan oit this places The bride is a rejative of Mrs C Cleaver a Flaugher Miss Irene Flaugber died at her bomelat Bardstowo yeste 14e rpvE tf k Iihelaugherbf fthis place Winfield 1 5t I Mrs Florence Winfield diet at her tiomenear Burks distillery last Sunday after a lingering illness of tuberculosis She was thirtyjive ears of age and a highly regarded woman Fun- rel services and burial were- onducted at Holy Cross last Tuesday Mullican Mrs MarIE Mullican depart d this life last Friday afternoon fter an illness of several month i During the early part of last fall her health became impaired but she was not confined to her room until within a short time t ag6 She was a daughter of the late Thomas E Hamilton of Marion county Kentucky where she was born on the 23rd day of Augustl842 Fifty years ago she was united in marriage to Mr William S Mullican who sur vive together with the follow in children Mrs Annie Lan ham of Louisville Messrs 3 B George Thomas Wallace and Charley Mrs Lum Tong of Owensboro Mrs Wtt Wheatley and Miss Cievia MulUcan Mir R H Mullican who was prom ioent in Washington county poll tics for many years and served in many responsible positions died severall years ago as also djd Miss Margaret Mullican Mrs Muliic n was a woman who possessed iu a large meas ure all those woman fy virtues which endeared her toner family and friends Sne had a benevc fentdispotition the recollection of which will Jingerlong in many gratefuShearts Since her mar nage sSe has alvays lived in ms condty and was known toa larte number of people Funeral services were conducted at St Rose Sunday at nine oclock by Rev Father Flood Lad burial was in St Rose Cemetery The remain were followed to their last rest ing place by a large number oft friends For S l Several ntct fScQtch I Wlle pups f OL Grundy RRILj w 7w z r5I t 0 y rDon t Fall to Attend t 1 fJ f+ 4r t Leachman s ftf t i CampbeII t ftI- t r Remodeling sale of their complete stock of 0 j i 1 rM FIdJRNILJIiEE r i J I1 t JII ff z g trAn opportunity of a lifetime to buy furniture at your own price Witi I iV the money and must make room for the contractors Hence Be sure to at tend the slaughter for we mean to sacrifice prices asnevor beforej c j I i CAMPBELLIi JlI jjIJf PERSONAL f Mrs F M Martin and Mrs A R Shultz entertained a num berof friends last Tuesday evening Delicious ices were served anJ a pleasant afternoon spent MrO T Cunningham was iu Bardstown yesterday Hori W CI McChord was in lc9urtl hrs been ihCalifornia for some time arrived home yesterday i Hon T Scott Mayes of LoufsI fville was here Monday on busi uess Miss May MayeR of Louisville 4s the guest of relatives here Mrs W T Lpaohman Mrs Joe delpn am1 Mrs Jon Eojin vjsited friends in Letanori Tues day Tc Misses Louise McElroy and toggle Tapp left last weetn for visit to friends and relativesl in- VjjVj J Colarado Mr and Mr Walter Forsythe of Harrodsburg visited frit nds in the county this week Mesdames Thomas and Wm Dugan and Ike Wright of Nel son caunty were here this week to see their aunt Mrs Annie Kelly Who is quite ill Miss Alice Welsh Jones has reLurned home to spend her vaA cation rfter fini shing tie StatES Certificate Course at the tern Kentucky State Normal Mr Kelly Kine of bouth Oat oltna who was formerly engaged in the tobacco business here is spending a few days here Mrs K A Nally and daughterS Sadie left yesterday tended visit to Louisville Prank ford and Eminence Mrs Myrtle Coffey is spend lug her vacation in Greensburg Mr Eugene Shehan is in Nels aon onnty for the week end Mrs Margaret Norman iis visiting relatives in Louisville Mr and Mrs T B Flaugher were called to Bardstown this weeks on account pf the serious illness of their niece Miss Irene Flaugher Miss Susie Pardiew who has 111LOUdVllleL Mrs Heffernan Rubel visited in Springfield last week MrEarl Cecil was in Louis villeSundayand Mouda Hun John E Nevrn an was in Springtteld Monday II Mrs J H Walker and son L Dand Miss Margie Williett w ere in Georgetown Friday to attend ha graduation of Miss Gladys Walker Hop Charles W Milliken of Louisville candidate for the Democratic nomination for Sec retary of State was in town yes terdav shaking hinds with the voters Notice To The public- From June 19 until July lyl will Chemical DrL Clean aadt press suits Ladies pr gents also piece dresses forBOjcents suite brushed pressed 5cents sppug ed 50 cents Springfield pity Tailor Phone 9 RJ P W Baumbauer Prop J J5 t fi1 Q THE NEd FIR7Vjji f1 Uii r i At A ul 7iC t t ell th Q Co1 li OFFJCEBARBERPETflJs 4 ttl 9 i Rishultz A hu satisfied the people of WasIigtoi ba4 tcounfis ffor 30 years WHY NOT YOU We wil JatIIW fiI 7 t with you onlarge rsmaI1contracts in the Heat PIUIIIrb1 T I line Agents for BuyePump J 4- 0t f GIVE USAQAlJIt S ii S SF Garden Party For several days last week tne ultrafashionable circle of our social world bad been on tip1 oej of the anticipation over thei garden party given by two Jof its most popular ladles Mea FJefPeIBosley Thursday at 3 oclock the expectation f the fortunate ones MB foUr realized Upon rftachiug the lawn of the Bosley home the happiness depicted on the sea of laces that met each arrival was clearly indicative ot the wide popularity of the twf6 la dies In the receiving lhe were M sdam s Bosley eenO R Crowe Lute Nelson and Miss Cele Oregor a recent student cf State that received much horn ago in her rendition of Hagar and very justly was it due our stately striking blond The guests were then taken ia charge by Miss Louise Barber and very glad indeed were they to be piloted to the puncn bowl by so charming a little lady And bow delightfully refreshing was this nectar fio lavishly served by th attractive brunette Miss Rod man Thurman whose personal charms and queenly attainments made all hesitate But here an other petite little brunette begs leave to add to your other pleas urea and groups the happy folks over the lovely lawns in inviting chairs and settees to indulge in games of various kinds but all good We were moved from one shady nook to greet other friends by a numberof the very dicest and prettiest girls as we all know oar town none other have save this kind Certainly our charming nost were fortunate in their fair ass slants Forget nolwe the Fqrune Teller near her tent on the lotto From the 01 owd surrounding her I could almubt hear Cupid flap his wings and whisper confides tially another victim prospec tive Lively little favors were given each guest by the manly little son a nephewof the host Delightful refreshments were served and just as the shadse of the e onnJ were gathcridjf goodbys wire said eFeryoue expressing the same sentment jlfever a more pleasant e entng spent n SL ODJ r D Old Papers for salt L ifIif t I i L = WMh NIGHT H 1 William Own and 6asfc in i modern play The Btr ijsl in the House Li HEAETH AND HAPflNEtt DAY byD Charles E Barkr wh VTM pliTsiesd id President Taft4uring bkadsiiaiatrftikwk WMlv IILectqres BANP DAY v v JtTy his PaHariadynamtc band drassatio aB4Japictai arsV lJ POPULAR SCIENCE NGHrt 1- tl gyroscope saonoraii Clrfai ajiiksVsMMNilHiut by ultrtviblet rays A trIll MJJ murpti rtltlWrestling I PATRIOTIC PAY 4 Shalltab9rbf Nebraska newly uiik berofCongressiu ft great addreM faH PeMibal P- triotism1 t i JOY NIGHT v v r If I Rollicking fun muskand enthMiaasi PoiiH iisjp tbisj 0 j feature LReflHOont L announced on a Chaiatauqua prpfraito 1t 7iTTTS L t TIE w3sk eM do 7 lzi amt k I Alee PN5W jaONELIa spTIIIIWe ILIta4tUMtyutelMlttTCfHtor re SilllJ1 EstMcCAlLS MAAZINEch- asis SSTSfS Waltslis5wWar4isi s fte ws sa- JdQlrlUCAceunlsufs It W1IS1YSI p S 1M WIan LasIa FREE = eI 7IitI lful w li LAIt vr ca1tDla I Miss The IjOiiisviHe r 7hme and liNewsLedr h one year totWI A r eyz T I S kn- atI the PauaiPactflc fIif IIatINsI Expeimsi 111- 1ae 0w Ifp0 sInln IIIII w Qsr LiIrTi A Ie l R tile i JI ssIt at Dan TnuMtoee l tI fci tfce dIspIy o 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111fQRlfIIW1HY He1II a ciuple 9 s Mtiktf ftMt that It U sot re efeoei tfce pile ot tie gems even to 4 Sf tfcM eC ifce meet expewlve Imitations Awifcst k beset WIth many dIe S L aMrtei Wefcetere tew M the f fiam 4 PsM ntJH 3pItIeN- s4j OM if e m et vateable exhibits MWMMteUyV m tk AirkHltural Pal Me at tfcev Panm Paclflc Interna i4 ttoMl XK es4Ue gejtvErMtckco is iNi M it plow dtetfayedi mthe i k1kulsIi exblfcU ss4 foraalBgr a Mkfcv Mtntt toJt1il klghlycom 2 fiec oiif machinery displayed on v 5J Motoor about it b4i tTfce Hkw ewes its distinction to i We eeiwiMUiiee that a hundred yeacs j e 1MMII Websters youthful hands 14aMsd Jt aoag thfi1rrews ef his L near JCarsliieM Mass 1tMwabysyokoosesand r fIirs w jf illMrJcaa era e Iusag titmea cole turn sa acre ihhad to work fromi paaaTEsiE5 mR HEAR Trt EMIT T j rreuwriimg1 l er x d1iir I L fifil Was pced nomiit r jwii tAbines man BiI1sn4veteranireat on the reie t5S JThijiued man was rushed te r W c artistIk Verdsimgl he was 7 rtriaeed Qf1f ta 1 L t af ietY Iui i Jack JsIu uJ 4 i I cerrspo t tr Ei11Uet rma Jack Join r t MMe wfcfck ex k K I- fIT1 I I 0117 U4 Mr Cobb u5II0 islIiUbMborseE-s fo i L iiIWI1 ai si tM 1- t tJii ifr r i I I f i FF i HAD HIM SIZED tliP iIiIl civIMd ManVfceeeea tkewe INsI- NgSIHWdSS tie nthe MeW t + PI Delrat- oicsMisTa 1tOr7h1Mli a Me lLW1 ai4 will aa awftty good poker player TMe attorney got toa MOe tarn with a 4ew friewto la Mew York the t ky lays ler iafoaM t W1tk was a OotfcjimUe wbe said veri Mttie hut played kit hand for aU OMT Were worth Finally the Cue laM attorney opened a pot for Hva olIN awl tfce New York max rafawd tt to19 Tha ethers dropped out and watdMMi to a lithe Judge w will eat fclsa jude would stay rW Jftit loeked at the chandelier ftdwOi fOIlt ever tell you the story abomt TtaiXeaer over ia our townr Lets hear what you are gotar te 4e about tklc pot betore you start a story sail the New Yorker nerv- y f Tom was a lawyer and a joker HIT waa1 the quickest man with aa An swer I ever metIeNever Bind What are you gong t a about xiy raise t Domt iDterrapt aifc Tomto ant iiM lawyer latched his story It waa- HouKfr but we havent time to repeat k hwt Everybody laughed except tfcet New Vorkman Ha repeated Welt what are you going todo about yreIio Pardon me I see it and draw three cards Tfct jlafflhattaa man stood pat ant Vet K That Cleveland man called kim and showed a pair of Jacks The New Yorker had a busted flush and said It wasnt good poker But how could you call me on a pair of jacks ffce grumbled MXasy Your first bet puzzled me I iMat know whether you had a good hud Or a fourflush But I told a rood atory and you dldnf laugh That showed that you werent sitting coa ftrtafely behind that hand even if you backed it with a raise If yott fcad laughed at my tory rd have paeied But yon looked so solemm sad worried thai I backed my jMa leeWhat a same it is Radium and Caneer It is noted by the New York Medit cal Record that the facts brought out by painstaking and long continued in Testigation In several large series of easel In the Samaritan hospital ac Heidelberg the Vienna Radium Insti gate the Radium Institute at London uid other places are that radium i not te H relied upon as a curative agent la tJae treatment of true cancer It is the matured opinion of those who have learned by experience that meal culable Mitt has been done by the widespread dissemination of gross cx agger tloaa as to the value of radium ia Ute treatment of cancer and that it Will evolve upon the medical profe sfon to correct these false impressions m addition to this emphasis shotfld for the present at least bb placed on M fant that no operable cajwery with WAITS CHANCE TO GET EVEN- 4-ojjulai Film Actress Is Thinking Up Schemes for Dire Revenge for Practical Joke Lillian Walker the athletic girl of toe Vliagraph company and Billy QuirK the boy ccmlc are now sworn enemies the enmity dating from 0v lober L Billy knowing of Miss Walkers antipathy for snakes plaTed a Joke on her that resulted in thej fes betweentiteWalker says that until she can think up something severe enough to warrant a retaliation and carry it through to success they will not speak as they pass by in their automobiles IB111y secured a property snake Which was as lifelike as human In genuity could make It He placed the imitation snake In the new pump in the studio yard and by alluring tales of the cooling and refreshing properties 0 fthe water Induced Miss LgJasSIt th pump handle for the snake to appear and as It came wiggling from the spout Miss Walker emitted a womanUkeras he returned Miss Walker revived and waving aside Billys proffered as Blstance walked majestically to her dressingroom where she spent the rest of the day pondering on the exact form of vengeance to be meted out to her tormentor DEALING WITH THE OCCULT Picture Fantasy I Were Young Again Expected to Prove One of the Seasons Successes Released November 16 the Sells corapanyhas a powerful reel In U I wera Young Again The stiry Is much that of Faust in that it deals with the wish common among the old Scene Frew Ift Were Voung AgainJ xnd the middleaged for a return of the days of their youth The illustration shows the scene where Prpfessoi Wfte the hero of the play discovers the vial containing te magic fluid v ek reaewa kit youth Pathos and fiMMiy iiitermUiglB ia the various Jtfcer jiccae of the sc aoction ua1MyPr SIy ttTayHfkt 4Tlyia rhsqefie Ky sad welt acted pfcotoHay th- etd ot the series JeDowtec 1 tfce J McIIgktt sad uIa the i4siist r 7 w r 8NTUCKY TAXPAYPJS WHICHbO YOU WANT WEST VIRGINIA f r State Wide P hiJtioDi Parniyses the 0 State Higher TaxesWdrsi CJiti j The West Virginia Legislature con iYeari JtoState The Inauguration ot Statewlde prohibition llstJWy ccut off S656000dp of JAttember 30 1912 the StAte had a surJ plus in the treasury of 592475 9 The Governor estimated that on July 1 1315 there would bea deficit ofA16 400000 not counting 185000000 t f old appropriations not expended The Legislature at the May special session increased the tax rate In the State 40 per cent to make up the de felt in revenues caused by the State- wIde prohibition system For lack of funds Governor Hatfield vetoed appropriation bills amounting to 85860809 Among the Vetoed ap propriations are the following Ttanspartattonof prisoners and extradition of criminals 500000 a year Girls dormitories antj agricultural buildings State University 100 00000 State Industrial H me for Girls buildings and lands SiO00600 for next year Normal Schools buildings and land 8000000 a year State Tuberculosis Sanitariumtbuildings and land year State hospitals buildltags and land i 13500000 a year Public Service Commission S0r 00000 a year Mining extension work State Uni versity 1000000 a year y Civil contingent fund for current year 1Rewritingrecords 1500000 8f year Protection of forests and prPaga tion of fish and game 11000000 a earwbPrevention500000 State militia fund 6500000 a year Rep lsand improvements State Institutions 500000 1Hotel Inspector 156250 Colored Orphans Home buildings and land3OOQ00 a J yearSState Librarian 50000 a year Point PleaSan monument 250000 a year Kings Daugbtarsand city hospitals 1000000 a year Factor inspectors 400000 a 27QrSince the adoption of prohibition Yiplatlons of the liquor laws have creased enormously Bootleggers ure busy all over the State On the first day of May 1914 before prohibition went Into effect there were 39 pris I oners In the county Jail at Charleston the capital of the State On the first day of May 1915 there were 92 PrIs- oners In the same jaiL = = SS IMadameIn spite of all the nursing and mourning Inth city Paris still re tains a touch of gay ty It is related that a certain lawyer of Paris whose delightit has always been to make solemn folks laugh appeared the other day as counsel for a woman charged with some pot too grave mis demeanor She was only a washer woman she was elderly and plain and the court was distinctly bored Gentlemen the lawyer exclaimed genItlemguilty And why note askcd the presiding magistrate somewhat sharply Because came the smooth reply she washes for General Jott re and ItI Is her glorious privilege at this moment to be weeping Into one of his handkerchiefs The entire bench of magistrates thereupon gave strict attention to case They not only found the thoI erwoman guilty as charged but added ten daya to her sentence for stealing Giil Joffres handkerchief LURED TO DEATH BY WOLVES IMIMlnGJas the Uttte Labrador OnImer Batten In the Wide World told me a curious story which ooturred on the Labrador coast somo ytjara ago One night the little daughter of a cer taM brave was missing don dis covering childs tracks In tho snow a party of sqfaws set out to look for her What was their alarm when a little way from camp they found that the footprints of a great tray wolf accompanied those of the child The brute did not appear to have harmed her but had apparently frisked along ahead enticing the child farther and farther from camp In all probability the child mistook It for a dog and followed readily though the superstitious Indians of course believed that the brute had exercised some devilish influence over her Darkness was creeping on and though much afraid the squaws continued tAllOW the tracks of the wolf and Afrdst tjj Woodhall 64987 IE the line dearie said Mr Gadders IIn a tone voice he thought irresistible to all fe JMalf j Nppe the use aint busy an jnrered the operator but I amso ront talk like a fathead during bust ness 1our Having paused long enough Mo ad ralmlster this welldeserved rebijk k connected Mr Gadders wilfe tukfleld CS794 Kentucky Facts and Figures r ytS 7 HO PAYS TFFE TAXES live stock of all kinds in Kentucky horses i mules cattle hogs sheep etc are assessed ntI 5214863700 All mines and mineraf products are assessed At 147365300 stocks merchandise etc are assessed at 3114828200 manufactured articles are assessed at 336441900- AH agricultural products and farming implements a tools are assessed at J 2 514349 00 ll diamonds watches clocks jewelry gold and silverware pajntings musical instruments and libraries are assesed at 2902350O 3138700000 is the capitalization of Kentucky distilleries and breweries according to the last Federal Census 4249356000 is the assessed value of Whisky in U S Bonded Warehouses in Kentucky on which State and county taxes are paid 1925000000 is the assessed value approximately of properties used in the distilling and brewing industries and liquor trade in Kentucky not including any part of items given above 6500 OPOICO is the amount paid out annually in Kentucky by distilleries for grain 229000000 is paid annually for wages and salaries by Kentucky distilleries and breweries V 240500000 is paid annually for coal and barrels by Ken tucky distilleries and breweries 60000000 annually is paid to Kentucky Banks in interest o 90000000 by Kentucky distilleries and breweries 6000000000 annually is brought into Kentucky in bank clear ft ances by the distilling and brewing industries 92125415 is the amount paid in taxes in Kentucky by the distilling and brewing industries in 1913 as given by statements from the State Auditors office Thissum is more than the combined taxes paid on all the coal mihes oil wells live stock agricultural pro ducts and manufactured products in the State Statewide prohibition will destroy entirely for taxation Purposes these sources of revenue Other property must then e taxed heavier to make up that loss If Farm Lands are compelled to pay it the tax on farms must be 50 per cent more tl1mat present If Live Stock is made to pay it that class of property must be taxed three times what it is at present If Railroads are to pay it their assessment must be doubled If Mining Property is required to pay it their assessment must be increased to more than 100 times what it is now WHO IS WILLING TO PAY THESE EXTRA TAXES And what will we get Condttians similar to those in Ten nessee and West Virginia and we will drive put of the State our largest taxpaying industries i Nothing will be gained fdr temperance Counties can vote themselves asHdry under the present law as Statewide prohi bition could make them I Kitchener the Strategist One of the most characteristic rIes of Lord Kitchener saja Pearsons Weekly Is told of his campaign In the Sudan It appears that snipers had been shooting his messengers and he ordered that a telephone wire should be carried across a certain stretch of th desertAs had ordered It of course had tot be done but there was mu shrugging of shoulders for enemyhadcontrivance they would be sure to cut the wire That Is what happened time and evercomplalnedheslmply paired shruggerslearited admiration that the overhead wire was only a decoy Kltchener had caused Unreal wire to be IIwd underground t pa what does It mean to be called o tho colors OIlnautJcraticcountrtcs son It means ycuymotherthreateninltodustyourj THAVS WHY Mother Willie why will you per Istln tolling such fibs Willie Well dad says thats the only way to glt along wid you thiIThere ianul light work in tablishment That suits me What is itP Dyeing hair blonde ntaITHE ACKER What ia the first thing needed ia an aviation enterprise I Mould MJ the main atart iLw PM Ijiag buuMM if aa aafeL j 14 GETTING INTO THE COUNT Exodus From Cities Is Powerful Rca son for Making the Suburban Towns More Attractive lathe dayof the uuburb mon IIbla are the people of moderati means moving out of town It use to be that only the wealthy could en Joy green trees grass and flowers Now all this is changed because 6 the improvement In car service Thlrt years ago the man of means took tic walmetNow even those livIng on small in comes may enjoy the quiet the awee air the wholesome environment of tic near country life without Its forme expenses and drawbacks The else trio cars linking all large cities wilt a perfect circle of outlying Settlements have made this possible Ever tSe workingman has been thought during the last decade and many com tollable houses within reach of hit pocketbook can be found There an no longer the old obstacles of n tore no churches no schoos These and all the other advantages of city life have followed the car lines Fields woods and streams are the play erouads God meant for the children u The city lIa tto SA Quant Idea A new idea was Introduced in the display of the wedding gifts at a recent New York weddIngthe reproduction namely in exquisite minia ture of the gifts that were too huge td be displayed on the black oak table in the balL Thus one of the gifts was an old English manor house Reproduced to the last detail In a twofoot model the gray manor house of the sixteenth century struck amongst the pearls and chiseled silver an exceedingly picturesque note grayItorpedoan a goldmounted dressing cane all the gUestss mouths water The brides brothers gift was a rid ing horse an Irish hunter The model wafe done in clay by a girl sculptor There were several othflr gifts also reproduced in miniature among the l motor boat and a blplar Many Anlmafs Klllea urge numoers ot predatory ammaw were destroyed last year by federal forest officers In the national forests More coyotes were slaughtered than any other animal nearly 3200 being killed Wildcats were second inthe casualty list of these 533 meeting violent ends Then came bears the death list being 240 Other anlmali killed in considerable numbers werewolves lynxes and mountain lions Over 40000 acres la the Cpconino for eat were cleared at prairie I1tfp use ot poisoa TE N Ii ElS S EEl Six Years of State Wid PrbMbitio Bnk rupts State More Crime Than Ever Before =Tennessee bas had Statewide proJ hlbltion for six Years Before the prohibition lawwent into effect 10 per cent of the revenues of the State were applied to paying off the State debt da provided by law1 hereby rapidly discharging It Since prohibition deprived the State of large revenues from taxes on the manufacj turers of liquors and beer the slnklnI fund law was suspended and payments on the State debts stopped The present Legislature found that there was a deficit In State revenues of 102200000 ShorMIme notes han been given to cover that deficft t sam to be converted into 30yesrl bonds next Juli This will In tease the bonded indebtedness of the State to a total of 50000100 Taxes have been ilargely Increased The State Manufacturers Association In 1914 stated in its report on Taxa Lion There lIsa tendency throughout the State Jo Increase taxes on an already oterburdenEd pebplC both by constant increase pf the assess ment as well as the rate Since that report was made the Legislature lias passed a new Revenue and Assessment Act increasing manj kinds of taxes from 40 to 100 per cent the enllre tax burden being yearly twice what It was before prohibition went into effect In 1908 the year before Statewide prohibition was adopted the cost otI criminal prosecutions in Tennessee was 15800000 According to official figures submitted to the Legislature that has just adjourned 34200000 was expended for criminal prosecu tons last year This shows an in crease of nearly 100 per cent in crime in six years under prohibition The city of Nashville recently Issued bonds for 98700000 to cover a deficit caused largely by the operation of the- prolilbiUonlaw The other large cities of the State are in a similar financial condition due to the same causes tlhelpedtl proved moral conditions Exactly the reverse has been the resultl Large numbers of extra officeholders and greatly increased expenses for their supportiand for prosecuting violations of the law are the main features of present conditionsiBlind tigers bootleggers and moon shining have taken the place of lawful regulated liquor traffld there has been a steady increase in all crimes moral standards have been lowered and TAXES HAVE DOUBLED J BECAME A CONTEST OF WITS rI Actors In Humorous Effort to Get the Seat of Joke Which Endedln 1 a Draw r A very serious drama was being principalIwtcn was supposed to rise to fever1iecof n prisonei iras required to read iioda letter which thtY jailer brought to his cell To avoid the ether of committing the contents to mcaiory the actor was accustomed thave the words written out on the i paper that ytaz handed to him tOne night however the actor who took the part of the jailer decided to have a joke at the expense ofc hla brother player the prisoner and so instead of the letter he gave him a sheet of paper Tha prisoner start ing to rend it aloud was for a mo ment quits unnerved when he saw the nkpapcr But he quickly covered himself Yes Jailer he said calmly I urn very much ashamed to be forced to tell you something which I 3ont like to say to any one My pa rents were very poor and ag I never went to school I cant read Per haps you tntmind telling me what is written down in thi letter- P The tables wqn turned but the joker was also u ianof ready wit For a s condor hn he llooked ut the paper and then aaii I will rrtaIly do it but I mi stgo to look for my spectacles As might bt iroa land he brought back vfth the pee acles then liJid Uttat IPeace Idea Definition of peace Mr Dustln Star tate of affairs in which everything Ito going ixy way so strong that there U mb use of anybodys making a kick about It IHI Idea 1 know what the cart horses I4ea of life I- aWhats his idear1 That It is nothingbtsw- heat sad wbee ilRM- flw tirebred mare is a ftod isYes meat to the small farmer ani f fcr win allow her to afcanTtfce work Hie place she win Ae xearly M MM er Werk as a geld5d rats A r sbuldue STOMACH ktRnu LL- t r j FORR FIWYEMIrr iJ Uit7 it FrleOi TWfk Mr fillet Wt U Ot i OM Hdpei HM to Iecmry PomnyiM KyIn Inlerestliif a victciMfii thlf place Mr A JHuiWrittc M ldoytSCI I was down with itoauch trouble for five 5 years uwl wotf have sick headache so bad at times that I thqught surely I would Se I tried different treatments hue they did not seem to do me any good 1 got so bad I could not eat or sleep cud all my friends except One thought I would die He advised me to try ffhcdiords BladtDraught af jidt I4tiki I tMYMiI SUML IIIwbwu dg- Sriin 0 aoed It b 4 sj i Mvtt ted IboM imM side Irfis- elect I be ieiu L I MI 10 MMkM tor wM lcD- riught has doise for ss H ThcociV IIdo ISIIIbNUS IwH a 1r1 nIM1IIe 4AriageMeMs of the atsuseck d lsrIs conspoed e TpIts beebs coitt1so daqacosig liJI aidt lIl1tJy yttMlfy ck caIbSNSIY tiUM4 by you M old a d sddbs eptbi every la aychMi J iIf Ottapsckasis4ar fSOeIl u b I 1 A I1c4S POStai Bth MW This r Bco1t It isfreeit tells hoyoicnJlocaland long distanbe tekhl vice in your home atvery sniall- itjllr h lt Send frit today Write nearest Bell IcI- tphone Manager or j FARMERS LINE BEPAi lllNT 1 YI Cumberland TelepboBe Jv and Tdefrapli Company t INCORPORATED t LOUIVltLlt KENTUCKY t t Children Cry for Fch7 b uu u c riKj Kind You Have Always Bo glitaudwlilch has b in use for over 30 yfears iaa borne the sfgats rSd and has been made w4er his r FlI41scz sonalsuper l stnoit1My-cwI Gt4u6 AUow BO eae to deceive yoM la itMft An C6unterfeif Iin tatloiis andJutssjooet aarelbwli Experiments that trifle with and eidaMger the kMiUfi et Infants and OnUdren ExperleiaeW agabisi J xpcorisiMa j1 What is CASTOR1A Cnstoria Is iu harmess sustltatp for Caster Oil i gone Drops and SoothingSyrups It bPIeMaD iicontains neither Opium MoriJ lric Ao other Iare- i substance Its ageils its guarantee It SertrftjryWdtB anti allays Feverlshness It cur s Dl zrhiWi aMtinwl Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Coaitif t mil Flatulency It asslnzUatcs tfiio Food regvMtee h + Stomach nnd Bowels glvlugr healthy and ssnMrALMStl The Childrens Panacea Tiiti y0thcrfs Price- dGENUINE CATORIABeths At fJ y f 11 J The Kind You Have Always iHfIn Us Ff Over 20 YOmXMPAtn NVS5V- M = aT 7I DIV RCE YOURSELF Fr 4N Dirt Dust and Prv4t f O d H- CoWstiosaPtri SwspsrL ikstbsuis lftjLmf Mrf Iiti tmiiiMi f d rt sthIIJj cticisde r 3wpv bi pswui whuIsJLMJ- dlNt leudlepsrni 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