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tbeee clrcomstances God- sst41Khig As through Azadah was cspeclafly cticourag jTeIep h t pothted out tile 1 ot the ten t kigoxi as bbecatsetheww qqb D QGct without itbft liw without tk tenc1ii1g iiidp0ThyJiad otJto an anf biia1 condition Ii peaceto j41Yet the ir Tqs k1t4 belpcd tla Jitwhptthver KIng 4a 0 7d to Him God badf always IIingness ftt liIs Iise wio rS1toia In banpony with J1tn A Tktemessnge encouraged the king to ptiiiray further the idolatries and to iwfttir the altar of tbe Lords House biMwequeutly bbbad the support of t f moot godly Joj his own land and cacny came from tile tentribe UIngdom Jao still respecterf Godumd HB prom MijWv Tbey were glad to kat to a place J vwlfeje Je ovab wja worsblpeiL Iod blessed Kfaffsa andbls p eo feln tbelr repulse QtI10 Egyptian Jp vfesfeoj The spirit ot1t Teverencfr for was greatly Increased There was r at national awakening aIJngre fGQ UBes The people entered into yeriant with the Lorfl that nil op p4ed to 5j5pd slouldtP1t td deatb- jV Th Lesson PQiio Us r f Everywlleife we See pedplo In Idola tqnfQb tl heathen wbo wor- irtilpf liefqrevbtone wood and stone Iwtalsp1 the more civilized Who hare Mkp creed tdofg equally repulsive With tbey ldolsoC beatbendpm Our t crteds presedt God as a great mon yrh dplbarntelycrc te maa- ltta4 irjtb the foreknovrtedse and iiIs- ttMlORtbat nearly all of thorn should p id eternity In fiery torture JVe neei an Asa tq artae and encpih 14aged by God promises to shatter CIaeteatIons d creed Idols anti tit liberate tl1 poplq from t to th4sfle should have the supjportyjf t G dfertrlng people ni TC1hAaiC ot by physicalr force yndrty cni jfjnpr by llteralCaxes would lhjesp creed i ols be dedtfoyed buj by thc Srntation 9t Gods Woisl jln fro jpprtionjas tbe Bible is rlRbtly lioderrl yitDod the follies and unscrliJturalnessV itirere osnlzeil y Trw tCoven ers All of Us t J The nccoqnt ofbpw4bjjab and Ben JdnVlni the uiost rellgipus people of that tithe bbuQdvtheiinselves to God j with nnol1thlor covOnnnt romfiiiI Jtta Dulravittft Idola 1ot1nScLitnd1nvbtbli Gods people SWore allegiance to Him t idfllbPIi the coy e nniwith thelf pysp blood The day has come other CPveuanterB to come forward to enter Into a covenant wltb God J be loyal jay Him innd JIs Word and toputnwiy the creed Wol iVehayp greater kppyvlfllw than had the j eiinnicxs of Seotlit nI tint Ci rts tan jjfio jpJetii cdtbpt npliif tif full rpnsecra don tit Codi Iwve much more Jual taifor6t i tthat ju JojnlaKt an- ychttrojrcz I It lIIlIl1cljuredI- cnIJl111th j iBi Wc JI sot 1Ito lreoc 4 ti h lr1f 1tUInrI t atI MtJtnrlrI n They do ti 1 do uthectvlB wonU W tt t4tt nJ flic vrlsJtvt rei141hgront T1i ptzrh no kolkcing- The criutbi jjttte5PmiIteteStet lSJ fni vljerJ iI s1itcklupori tthIe4 t1sfinftdltlous we t ttn eX1Ieit any iHforni until Malts ltLIgdtim tlIs fully set liP It wiJlietu1ira tlii5etiteiy wJai l1t4 lUJIliII uiankthai ZutivllteS vt tltJrnHe and snp- eisaadtaM1cpt l them rffpmGod f ntktJU tJz1Irn1 yteg Mx J wIvc gtt Qllnll r lkIJaIItItftn k u1t v1ft 1 kss kejs It JIloibhi tr ortild the 1ase etiodT Idttk rp bjiuior cmrtsCfeWVor oali r le i i fq ter1s d i54 l er aj I tat oin wtk u tbeststeckia tM litaore1Ly rwoCett to aPp t Jat r1iuoti r1w t lifE 3 NB s E I nE I II f r tJ rhl1f JJi rtlIr r J fliJ4u z1 ElkIrtt t fltiY fJiIZ J t tlit No SPRINGFIELD WASHINGTON KENTUCKY ritII9y915 r MdJiy As lain not going South this fall to soil tobacco I desire to laay to those that are comtera l saletaodito see me before having your sale bills printed as they- gQIDg arsf to come thick and fast at the proper saltl season RespectfnltyTours to Please Si M CAMPBELL Auctioneerlb I x WhatA Boy Cost So you are twentyone clc1eaejed1Irpiindea Squarely in Ibe face You re a man Did you ev 6bfnkt Olbowmuch It bas cost to make av manY otttrpf you iiSomeone has figured up the costju money of rearing a child flHe says to bring up a young man to legal age tare for him and eilticate bimJcosts25l000 which iswIot oftm n yto put Jjq to flesh and blood But that isnt silL You have tour father many bard knocks and 1 short dinners and gray streaks in his hair and your mbth rohmyo- oyyou wilt never know You havefcost her d ys arid night of ijxietytf and wrinjdes in her llangface and heartaches and sacrifices luhas been expnsi7e to grow You bnt I 1 ityfatf are what wetthink yon are you are worthalhcostand- m 1 morelBe sure of this While lather does not say much but Hello son way down deep in his tough staunch heart he thinks YOU are tbaflnest eves and as far the little mother she can not keep her love and pride for you out of her eyes YJIU are aroan now And sdmetfne you must step iiniojour fathers shoes He w1AildnotIike for you to call him old but jjst the same te isnt as ycuofas he used to be lYou see youngman he has been 1Ytwenty1Y Dosent tfiat sober you twenty one 1Your father has done fairly well but you can do better Xou may noMhink so but be does He has giveQ you a belter chance than he had In many ways ftlyou can begin wbere he left off yourliJand that is thefeas n he has tried to make a man of you ontftincm my boy The world is trying you out It will put to test every fiber in you but jiou are good stuff Once the load is fairly strapped on you shouldersyou wilt carry It and scarcely f elltrit Iis only thereby the willing and cheer fat mind All bail you on the threshold Its high time you are begin nlugto pay freight and your bcLt tehto jour fattier and mother r villa them up wqqtyou1bo How shoiyoupay them By being always and avery where a man Unidentified t f KoxibBrrThe firm of Foster parLpersbipiheni are hereby requested to call ATrONCB ajiddeUle COSTER fefcJMlTA J TbeWpmaiis CHub win glyjea oinneriat the ftluut Street Theatre county court daYJuOC5ybHr for the benefit of the public LibratYj f MceUHbrriblegAwideshtt Milton Vancleave 11weil known farmer oftthe extreme JTf i western p toJLbeYutlti 1et- with a fearful accident at the depot in this city Monday after Uion Hehad spent the dsyvJJi town on business connected with the common scbool inhis district and bad gone to the depot tot take the 842 oclock train or home Reaching the station same time before train wds due he walkedMown intbe yards be low the depdt The train came earlier than be expected and lie harried toward the station However before reaching the station the train pulled out and he attempted to get on it as it passed Iti wits not moving rapidly but the unfortunate man missed his footing td tell under theA wheels Bfslleft leg was severed just below the knee and his rigbtjoot terribly crushed His left arm was also dislocated apd he was Otherwise bruised and injured Quite a number of people at the station witnessed the accident and ran to Mr Vuncleaveld assistance He wis ftken hurriedly to Elizabeth Hospital where he was placed on the operating table For a while it was feared that his injuries might prove fatal but he is nQw said to be celling along as well as could be expect edHiswife Whb was notintd shortly after then accident oc curred arrived ate hospital in automobile an hoar or later Mr VancJeave is about 48 tl weIl1nbwnlaudi west end His home isr near the JLJ9tlJol l ybanon E rpri Alrrl il t A Nice Profit 00 iimulesaraising them slid he considered them the best crop ne knew of and had been breeding them all his lie and neivtr owned a mule he could not sell and unusually J r =at ukfprdth san instance of thujeshapurchasedafive mule colts and afe IVplacl thwitbi threo of brs own breeding He paid 8Oa head for the Uveand that is probably a cloe average to the worth of the lot During tile summer they had the run of the pasture As soon ag the grain wftouofthfieds tl ey were uiveu thei ruaof the tubbje and tallhldnd in wJnteP were housedm ti commodious straw J Thetextbluegrass Four of the mules summersLLndt Uf1Theight head was191150 r Latest Ihventiorr j r Joshua Conlcii Reeves an old man who wants to know patlpiIbaSinvJoshua is the father of three perfectly kissable daugh ters ac cording to a dispatch from Soytstojn Pa Men called On thin oinetimes Joshua ftlt his parental responsibility so he invented the resonator It- ketlesand increases sound Joshua explains When there is any kissin going oh in the parlor the sound floats through this machine and I hear it all but muchlo der Jitst common kissin onf the cheek or neck sounds like a Jd O train going over Turkey Foot crossrn und long huggiii kisses are Ure wind blowin in November Good nightkissiu sounds like u cannpn shot What I need np wv i13 a machine tfiat will tell me what to do about itT Strayed On my place near Mooresvilje a spotted Poland China sow Will weigh about i200 pounds Owner may haves fe byjpro Jibg property paj fprltnis advertisement nod feed bill jfif W Eddleman IfleWITTS OARBOLI WITCH HAZEL SAL J For pj6a Bums Sorer to f Crop rtJt Thdrepbrtrjof crop conditions i for Agqs lst shows a co tin natioiif favorable feather fory1j eropsyIcattoredJ points throughout the sta e 1hfitna1 estimate of th vehekfl 71busbi of lap years yield Jsf ap proxiwueiy two bushels The1 jfaitt mpntQtdbe k iigrdealandtbo ayergere rmted damage biugQM t vd is Sets per bushelt er fie price On the strhi tIIbproximately 93ctsi pei t This Jsjikbotit 26cts per higher than the farmers fabtate4 who sold their Wheat fro m the threshejca in 1914 Thp acreage ot Bu jftey is gii van at78 per icent d tobaccoII of Dartf tqbacco at 80 iEhwsaconditlon 75 per centand Darktbhacco a cbbdi tionf 77 percent lOcOrflCrQIfibo1V3aCOfldj1tioni MpCh thsicorn got too high Jor cuitfJ ttv tton before the rains ceased and jjyjjr corri fields are full 0f crabjgrass and weeds The con itinueS eisonalole weatheZIresult in a reasonably llarge qrop Ofjcorn but a dron yt vould be sgrioas aaliOeland gifasa wo did soon exhaust the moisturei andttie cord TOOuldI be unable t- ornrebperJttl riflIelJ yiefd ofrrye isestjr mated at 9 bushelJsjJ thattojoass at23 bushels The conditotL bf hemp is 97 per cent The ipota fierYlow gnIdJlioni stat9O per cent Qverpe ceot- alfala 92pe cehtun4orq1lasd- grass92pe 9 nt Fruits hatejauuered nioro or llsieusti result oifthc t ainv s orms etc The condition of xpplesis giyen at 82 per oent3 peaches 71 per cent and pears 89 percent The condition pf poultry snW r at ortj j ducks 87per cent The condition of live stock is as follows Horses 04 per c nr cattle 95 percent hogs 92 percent and sbeep94per cent Kentucky is finally free fr qlI4urantlnereulatlons f as far as Jpofi and mouth disdasejiscpn- cerned A few cases of ifbg bot raatidblaclc leg rOpO4ad Taken as a whole the crojfc during the month of July hatre held tbielr own With fayorabfo reatheri cdrn and tobacco the tfieIsta e ilU be e qull to if nott fbovdilmS average for the state f 4 t rw NEWtATt t Commissioner of Agriculturi Fratkfort c4rt tt It11 f 7iJ rniitaSa- L owIAbb Jbnes As3ignwrel I XI et Thr virtarebff i o slr saluof the t1Vashtn 4QetltCerre- ndered at tJteM 115 i Jrthe above fltyl bcAurfej 11k rocced Otter for sale at the Co r doot Iln SpringleId Kyosi 1itt140 DA UGDIDt2 oclock p m otherbjbthcounty court dayrtof the hihtsbkI at publicauction uponer4ta 12 imoiitlis the following deedb property towiti A certain tract ot land aituatwi ia W shingthn C0 Kyueat f Valley Hill and JLIteey turnpike tlMf ropty of L Ballardand now oeepfedbi a homer coritainjng92 acres more o3l M This prpbety i sod to aatiefi lien be1diJYcM Jepaif THbinpaon Ab JpneganaMljsaABnIeWaiRlyamQunt Ing to 5J UhJnUirfJf from Januiuy 11914IFor Jhf purchase prketIiepurcbaaer or purcuasera with approved secteUjr or Bujeths must ex cutibond bae legal mt rest from dati f sItseti paid sndhavin thoforeeiadiS fa Judgment Bidders 1Ubepiersd to comply jprpmptly wltMhdse Unas CF BostEYjf c WOC Notfce To Creditors ortAll persons having claims a j1insttbe e tate ofGe ge1f Ctencent deceased are hefeby notiflsawjprcsentsame to the undersigned property prqyen oi- or beforeii tha IOdi1a oI riee teiner114 i AHpersbus indebted to tbe ieslate are regnssted to call and settle same immediately J MrMatt1 ClementS AdministratrlJC = ii 11 rT + IIEND OF THE SEASON II- II t t II I IT iOEWe1 T T I I I over irom one season t F another any Shoes 1ry Shoe bought fdr Summer selling 1NothixjIoffering at greatly Reduced Prices the i c I j 1 I I entire t stock of N I r 0- 1 4- II I III ter is coming and we need roymV AH presentvStbck mutt giveaway to new I comers Let us give yofii Pt a real st v9 r iI B8rg8111Jln S tE 1 I I Only afewdays will clear our sheJves fltHerbargains 1 jttrl t t t f Jt I- lJLY1E t f e fl b c I r lX M IIifN FI AIt Wri r n z oJ O q I l t II How to tteit I II t Alft IIJII JB it II IISI I IItaI cmda irLo 4pAt 4JL oiL uiJCii JI iL ii thM J fact be theis fs st UiIII I l4iq II ftinf11 y ILZII detwL 1irptw Is tue iIoot D1J 7i IIt I Z1 jff 1 L r ftt i It hI4 A FIstnhsrio 1litertQpogWlto Wuhison OCktA Ialrllrl cftughi fI oadsfri inr It i cl lltbutfortotM 1tJlIi cM- s4w eijrij Lo1iclJ5ptIiM- chur6iwtl1rf list 4t rQOltbH Jlizs tdalergp lwon1d ttyw a whoo eiLiiielf t 4f ThO p aiiRtiJnk i Mi Flu is BtrotUtt l1she wMlookhijr fors H hve tCmo e iiIg some lae it yj M1s Rotr lJock 1 i howoftb ber inalh way to iEtye Strj7r on lecrifeir this week with alathOfOeios and ElIclr Hltliwr tWOik in L1 7 iitMopazys Wd tMtt dat letvingit K shalloV Mk tbEI ush hay to swim oi tfettrtt 4 The postmiatr Ii j Eipg for ab nKx tbi wd lit the bck of tl potods Ui- ar It tlieb1lding weell iittfe he could fid a let lo jfobH oneS jPock Hicks hi quite i n 1cow escap frpjpibi ig cktiule tkfs mor fHr jl4- iyed i bliu that Ue mnW kicked lhis krvtnec 8ass- 3id r J olumbuAliopl Mute4a hew way to jar Iee tJJ l4Ibe appleotllj usesLW hs le cIIbKp pit ota likb wsd play WJItw arfdla I IfJbetir tt CoririrhI- n crop thia itMI6 1t a lameuiable fact that or iOmctal hive Ie- f J4t Jt rugher calliega af lit lfIIIIki r1vjng ih Dapoy ConettgoIbackjronxibi poiMlEwl Tha has been rjla to Jodrtft iba leader of the bend of fragt Uta haire been tfoihisrirrf i Wild Ontou 1JJor bce 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biroWt psyhg 7YfKr M lfetory rric s for tlllaiar MlnpMio Oooifett ks re N Mr se 1A ardsown- tlMt rftroteterM at this jpioof ovrorai Aaja- Mr Zd Qoattiy d easil- ysewMeet lti rvK D Good = sad MS MirdM via oJ Pietas Binii Wrifht lIMn iitnoi iaONlaNec am oxt Mloil jrMi to Kiss Z U Wooklyat thif porri to tiawik of Mr parry M to ICHife a offs boy Mooteoioi Banaor GOIL 1- ytcBi Gqatlyanf4 JdraU ytlaissod Mowrs OlellI Bll bard X4 Goatley were rfMrt Id golly TaMday MraFi Louisville- rasa itiiaiwei t snort at the- Pose of MTO WTrB its Mr S r k weekly id iiwgb- teryllisaLrlalhs JIt1friltbt are Mr aatlKr bas Yuma dlsrd at tbs bo M of Mw aPGootky TiMOoay ir Ja M MoGabo and wife riiold were in oar sWstt pawaidiJ i Mz WiWiarn HatiiiW IxHtis TiUo vJoiWd rLsatet t Mri Jares Iioraaaierscsl d ya last ar1aMlagat GMTO Mrs JaiMo Moraa vlaUtdrel tlToaMMty ZtM Moatay aod TwMiay Mios 8 ae WilbaaM ilea rotir odlMNMVtor aovtral4ay aviflt to irisleds sad retatkvfo at Mt lie I Hr I lGoatoy attesdl J- CtMtIUe sir this week i JioosrJO Haroand T 0 hWili i were at POlin lint Week wa bsstnss croral calves hays bias lost ia oar oooMiviiKy d riag the IM lw oaf a f raw tbo vfoota o f bison 1M Jajrt IIe eiWIr ve- J tibia ad rnMs s tit rjSE jDOotTMroa lays ytieeii 11 MjiLCULTi1 l = 01 rDA 1 = Lff Fbz 01 WMI fr t i I AllVst8i23 I it t 1y RT DA Y a i Lto ya we V I 11 t Tho erf Middle Are Especially When thatrc pms you during thage c11ife when through the long tours of the day it seem as though your tack would break whet= r head aches constantly you are nervous de painstpou ia the safeot wad surest remedy and has carriedBiundredi Of rrome t iaWythn h this critical rod Read what these three women say i I From Mrs Homunr Buffalo NYBcrTALO N YIII mwiSl5MWj you low low much our I M4MM Maofor me I fte ribly during the last Winter JStfKft 4 sue ODe reasrksd fcboQfc ay appearance I suf feed noelitefrom female neededlldlagainedteveryyty Oomlenitl YoumaTpnblhhthis letter if viah and Itape others who have the MUM complaint will see it and health ittMi M I dtd JfaTA HOBKUKO 91PKMtoQStBvAftfeNT Was A BleMteff To This Woman lo R a row atIwatroubled wthabearingdo1JaInand theIItbwil mahiWestVLp hi Side Could HrIIllStandoon JYU in a bad condition suffering from a female i had I1Mil piD in 1111 aides 1 could hr move BT- x VegIliw goodcsit100 JILo wifcooiin I P O L E PiakhaeaaTrMsb eIiIpaK 11M beiaid f rf tajulr dtoiarsMad trI reoes sad llerM It 1fM 1eat0ldairaiT NxaKtKieaihwsltle Rripe J1PIXDJJlDlClDceLYJnr XLIS fir adviee yrJetMrw read aall aibawrdas Rww a rd irfat Mt iaN nailed their battle hoping to stop the toss iBia fathor apreai tQf Uw Malady MK iferomoi BrowB Spring hId waa inotir niidat Thursday on business T tteasrs H K Curteinger and Vivian Tatum were at High Bridge Tuesday last MrT W 8 Clements of Louisville visited relatives at this place last week MessrsJ Y Mayea and B B Yeaiter recently purchased a aicegildlogrroH Walter Go tley MUs Defeats Lutz of Louisville visited relatives here last week Mr W B Y Goodlett Bards town was in our midst last week Therecent showers have been very beaeficUl to u bit we arti la need of good soakiof rain to matare the corn crqftjjfewhUe to bacco Is doing iciy at present l condicoaaaideritower ifi An Unusual SumMer According to the weather bureau ID Louisville the present summer has beetle very unusual one Never before In the records of the last fortytwo yars at the weather bureau has the thermometer ailed it reach 90 deireetatby J aly 10 The warmest day1 bjj year to that tisie was In Apriljwheni reached 8g degrees There baa been an un usaal amount of rainfall this 8QBaa3erSesp cIaHy in tae prey ent month The weather aaan t does not place much credence hti the stories to the effect that tb canonading in Europe has beeu causing undue precipitation iu this county Run depends OB the condition ofthis atmosphere bo seed and cam only cosae woe the atsaospbere is reiterated which is always fullest of m isJ use when the ground is wet and the streams flowing PU S 11Cj SALE y SATURDAY SEPT aIat one oclock pm we will on the prettfofesi onejBile belo Booke Station oaIraTf K R sell to the higb t bidder our farm iontaining ip aero Has on it a good hogsshill tobacco tI bird good orchard and ttl j aeoeMaryL outbaildinf a and is well wateredrTecos made knows on day of sale P4 BiLTON G P HILTOKC Strayed On my pliMea near ilborsavjlle a spotted Poiaaji Cbiaaaowi Will wcijb aboitt haytIMPr dDIt Kgtyi Ms- fIDrth verliiaat ad bill A Wkifeiaan 4 r ILJf J arww rawnlaZ tTftHMtt ettht H WWMUY T1M MU tt the tpBaliu voice BM t be tiiasforiMi rapidly lk heat If K la to 1be heard dtoUncUy When UM toui nlMa the echoes overlap awl tH jeb tUw ot a room Is faulty By BM Mibf the tones of the voice ins Jaetarjgrim of Harvard universityfive wklck rreraat Swat sad a kat Mconda after utterance bean 1ttM of the graduate school applied teUac changed the material lit tJaJG witlj reference to the fac ten of reverb AUon Interference and ceo echo with pronounced accew A toBortantmVtlcle by him la the Jovnua of tie Pranalln Institute eoaclude as follows J While these several f ctors revel baratis Interference and echo in an auditorium at all complicated are theBtelvei complicated nevertheless tfcey art capable of an exact solution or at let of a solution as accurate M an the architects plans in advance of eotttruetten And It is entirely P- Ow to calculate in advance of con a te la wkether or flat an auditorium irtf IM red and if not to determine tM faeton eoatribuUnc to its poor aesilaatta aa4 a setbd for their cot r Carsijfc the East est of Africa the private car ques ttoft has lees settled to the satisfao ties K very white resident by pro TMlc a private street car for each otj than The ears are pushed by a na tWe bleak sad art smalL They are fit tU with a wide seat which will hold tw eraeaa The tracks cf this private road lead tkrevga the ails streets of the town with uwiteMs to tke stores and clubs tack ewec et s ear has a switch to ak Tar aa4 lassos kin car in the MUMjMAfttr Han autoraoblllst The read is flaanced by each car ewr1K pays a certain sum each year fer upkeep The reed is used fer as etker purpose than to carry the- sensors s their outing or calling tar ioHkat Wall Street Journal lif What a assess Will Dp thatI cost el livUgt faallyeWlsl JftIWe keteAcial exercise and Ese Jou sad your fees ti tJiSrIefHrWill keep your children out of His atewf amt teach Wee thrift and Indus kr1 Will SMke your wife feel she hasa nre tasuch home r Will sate yea moaey v- Aecectoc to am impressive littler ke Uet SewMd by the Alabama Coal OnnaiiH aseeclattea a sardM will le aV tkeae tkisioi say about the verdict Well wild Senator Stone I wiM see about your discharge tomorrow I cannot willingly consent to lot a confessed criminal like you are remain maywso many let asesl 12 DignityI dancing caijteceaartuHIUl to hop about on 11I11 TkOM two eesafjaints have pre vested a Teat fjiijiy elel ladles ana geatteBMa from Making themselves tlikslarby trying te dance the tango lid tfcs latest trots t GIgrseid r I ant rose HaiaMfJiikaw let a week A 1 Ke r ke fcasatkeea out of the house eurn IIJfHI Wt k tests the disgrace kw issrL Yes after Mrlag ia the heart ef tw ieeaaVf thefistrrs iMr ar A awk w ffe r 5V 0 a r I iii I r r I MA YES GREAT 1 e AUoN i 4 i r h I 50 HoadRoisteredDurpcs5fs F 41Fi S lbegins promptly t13Oii- pmE rain or 1n bS Jf P EVERYBOB INVITEDey Dinner will be served ajrtie V1ton Hotel4 V f a nEigfey I Col H L IGLEHART Auctionee LIV I vtcteryOne rnrnand L Claiborne in commend ef torts of Mississippi militia attack ed IndianaEconochoca a The Inldan settlement consisted of houses It was totally destroyed together wish a large quantity ofrirlelena The Americans lost six men In the conflict Next day they d o stroyed a town consisting of housai a few miles up the river EcoMckoci wax situated on the Alsbeata rival about 710 miles above Fort C1a11Jotst and 19S miles above Port 8tediant General Ckikorae the eosaaaaader ot the expldltlon belonged to a faawu Virginia family that settled Im Miss isslppl and gavel to the Eed State a number of sated soldiers aa statesman EmpireItgovanTment cannot Intervene in the affairs of a self governing donlalo But the doctrine does not cover all the facts This is a question Whtchroll beyond South African interests aU touches India closely it is a oucstlc which the Indian government clear cannot settle and which South Africa bas farted to settle Yet it is a qn e ton on which the Indian government has a right to speak slateUs own IU1 Jects are involved and a question which the people of South Africa hiv a right te settle since the future ao cial baste of gouth Africa in some d tree depends upen its settlement Must we admit that oa a Question which ia volvea two parts of the empire and the credit of the empire as a whole tke iai portal government cannot latenreaeT Saturday Review Filled Many High Offleee JKirkwoodpestdonsin Harford county Md la early ka went to Ohio and seats twee- years later he moved to Iowa o t which state he became governor served Through the period of the Cl war He was elected United Stat e senator in 1865 In 1875 he was again elRded governor of Iowa but resigns the office a few days after his laaugt ration to accept the United States icnatorshlp again For one year be toBlUonPresident Garfelds calM Jo Klrtwoed dial Rt kls beau la Isvr Oils 4 east at Uteif Lel + David Falrcnlld who has basted the world over for plans of eco soa4 Taluo and introduced them into this Interoeting whichhaspublteHethekingItjr to jump one rftStimes its length and can tkousatil miles beforo the wind The cricket described as a powerful stager Its shrill note sometimes being heard a tnlle away The males along Umusical and the females listen te their melodious woolngs with ears which are on their forelegs Bvlng ro musical it would hardly be expected that they would be such flghtero among themselves as they are or Carr nibals eating each other when there Is not enough other food at hand The eats are described as communists teemergeda female rights colony The workers are females the soldiers are feawka thee nurses are females aad tkeM iis one queen mother for tees aU wlii lays all the egfs for tke eeey The ee are but ats few that yessa- GkristiaaTH BtNW r C i t ITHE ve i O JOOOC iC C 0 0i NE W IR t J A R Shultet jcoji itt r i tOFFICE BARKER PETTtUS i 3ti w 1 h t r A It Shultz has satisfied the people of WashingtonandtreWjtioWifJ Q- counties for 30 years WHY NOT YOU vW e will he ll1adtIipeI 4 witliyou on large or small contracts in the Heating Plioiliilfif tr J Tinning line Agents for Buckeye Pumps v 1i i f GIVE US A CtU ft r Qfr r J tp OOC00000 0C gtMI Aeroplanes at Sea Warship design Is already being all fectef by the rapid development of the hydroaeroplane or flying boat as it iai letter known American naval arch itects believe that the bydroaerb plaaewill be an important auxiliary era la future sea warfare The small size of these flying machines combined with the fact that they can be mado to predeterbwakes It quite possible that the equip tthoviihydroaeroplanes together with a suitable landing platform It is by no Beans improbable that large passen ger vessels will be similarly at aBot very far distant equippedJ value of hydroaeroplane in event TIItanlcLands of the Menzles An announcement that lCragonour sad other Highland estates of the InterIeIUngtacti race is still in existence She was discovered about 1843 in a boat build era shed at Oxford by two old Blues Ute late Mr Fletcher Measles and his brother Sir Robert Menzles who carried her off to Perthshire With the assistance of seven gillies ther tried to navigate In her the troubled stormrcame to grief She was finally towe tebaiDEaJ IYallMyt at CraaaaLondon the ChronicleI I court of North Care Vaa holds in Teeter vs Corner Milk eary school that where a athoot according to Its catal privateI mired te payment of tuition Ta ee sad ttke catalogue was sent to Ia tareat who seat lIB child to the eiMel the parent was liable for full tottSe a twMk taadlBg the expulsion e the ebiua reaseaable grounds the tale ales eti Iatlav that the tuition wx U ku lecleHit em expukloa t 2 y 0 To the Business oir Men of Springfield IanLli merchants sales sbeets Bnygobdpaloi frecommend aid Ml Eckstein LeadDtitc Qoy Pointer Trad Mark rand pure linseed oiL Wa know of nothing els4eo satslaclery a tr J ing and cheap in the long run We tell other paint nceaNa rwin 0j i i touch with us today ot Get anf Rrn LkiMert- ldeaaleraadlat r MtiJKtMa ghibays such SFfRiNIGEIED White I1ter Buggy for Your MoneyJ Cos no l You serer few se real mt p uetad tV 8 all HAYDON ROBERTSON ssllwellIke IYIUUi nIyqtMe mw waJiias a sheMie Riga d 1 ibpneaaI ptMa I f R 6 C JRQWNItI riaE=TtiaciliisspcIa1ty PAT lIfAG- Wi 1I tiIl Tk e 155R- pR11fl1LD XX j tiRJ c MUDD- ftotitiu t i ui Sirftw 0 8 ltq2 to ga p mI irrrllaY4M DrJff toreI Dlf Y TRUStY DENTISTiOtoU irfr HrdoK iBarber A1 fIIIiIIIII pv W We prJe l If J HAMILTON JiPExGviIL KY- T j ld tot cr I f 01MIII A K 14 ItII r M 1ti Wtiot or8pfin A d State k OOceMrs 1010 a M S- 412a4oI i W P GRIG BY ATTORNEY AT LAW i r1io1s hut p RKIKeJrULU KY 4S SfBOALTO WOMEN 1Isoka1 clwkMlm ud jaalnlilil at ta juitlMptlca Is 1ItJ A Msabb A liMf tiePowdr to W slatolvdl m water M MMcUd jbiaM Udmal amttoeptte for douhesa iaftuMMtloil or 51eata throat and that J by Sstaios ll11thas no equal di JIW ymn UM Lydi E Pinkham 0 e1dedPaxtlne Mr frtwU orrMpondenca with proves Its superFority- l Ye been cured Ba- TNtLIl ita weight ty gold At T Vlfc large boi oJ bYmalLcl1 PWot ToUct Co Boston Mass otrtiterrj Plantsr F1I11T AND SHADE TREES A iMWLour first offering of the re markabt- ei i lutiutb Pearl Potato Fib Cj lof s No Agents IF Bilkiiejcr i Sons l Lexington y 1915 to JlB r Ll k r RHEUM TIO SUFFERERS 1Ift 0fI1OIC IEFPa leaves almost u if by magic when you beginUSipg5- Drops the famous old remedy for Rheumatism Lambago Gout Sciatica Neuralgia adkiadred troubles It goes right to the IpOt stops the aches and pains and makeselife worth living a bottle of 5Drops today each Abookietwitha directions for use Dont delay Demand 6Dropfc Dont ac opt anything else isceof4t AyegMi u Tr 7A If you a nc itots send One Dollar ta SWMIM RbeMatlcCureCo Newark K ow da bottle of SDropa will be 1 Jnpa1d = rti Mffiflt ELZCT1LC6 l + ITUt si probably the smallest luckMf dectric motor 4n the world iM hitited recently tithe TTniver r 1itJ Nortk DakotA by I T Ned ks ijfewder of Hillsboro N P wjit ae it It weighs 34 grains ai ilci teftewwns are Length I fiil is ches bclfht 0291 inch I rwii 033 inch diameter ot arma tMna 0071 inch diameter of com apttstir 00106 ach uiI1eo grains A ppIi tbeeM Theannahitftj t AM aAHED Tktt gemtieiMn in the check su fcteifctti iuiBftelf to me as a Ecien titiiaa HlOOb less like a sciii than a wNKii a JwuHBtr but hes never bus wffctw HulndelpHa Evo ag I 1 J Uttlw OMM NMM Itself Uly nIMaa CTMyonjteat to UM I ci4sr should sot lnta- b t a4 attowd to shoe wcyeM s Ilas Jt M fzee parents rsiM1Wtsi sad M ss rbsS flHI uau liIa EM y firl M =tthse the t o1 1MJ 4ds sI I1 iuek a asi that bauyed Lowa s20 bsodseps a sa bsCae lii QJ Jvr ifTfmrfi w r TmiW an uuJLO- caIHapperiIns W WW The Freshest and of IntereSi1 w A1tAsittysursiIT5FrIinds IaiIHI Acquaintances I tlAfiJMJJJJVJ For slower rate of insnrauce that iis absolutely secure tele phone or write R C Brown ot L Brady Springfield r r 3 has for sale one long yearling roan Shorthorn bull For JJaleTItfdian Motocycle I 14 Standard Model good as new DrV Manriiqg Spring field KyV An1usAVG Grundy MriTcLMrs f Ljtsey a a 011aaulbteri The Womans Olub wit1J meet 1rThe adies ot the Christiani church will give a dinner at the alnut Street Thatreconnty rtdaf in September 7 There will bean Ice CreTdm upper at the Booker Schpor House at 8 oclock Saturday August 21 1915 C L Grundy Springfield rrhas for sale several Jersey cows and 2 Southdown Buclr Lambs There will be an Ice Oream Supper at the Bookhr School House Saturday August 21 The proceeds vill be used to start a school Library Every body cOrnially invited Mrs Jennie Taib tt received telegran few days ago an u6nncing tbe death ofMrs Sam f f whojdlartJones died a few weeks ago Union Services of the Christian Methodist and Presbyterian urch wiilbe held atr the Meth odisjb church Sunday night in charge ot Rev R E Q Lawson Be sure to hear Dr Foote at the lethodist church Thursday and Friday night of this week gwat treat is in store iorthe people of Springfield He is great JBe sure to bear him The picnicf given at the Fair Grounds Saturday by Messrs WQ Btiles and J F Bis hop was only fairly attended owing the rain tin the afternoon which curtailed the crowd The lAdies Aid of PJeasant Grove church will again hold a Bazar in Decf mber The third and fourth ofIthat monlth are the days chosen for the purpose articles of fancy work suitable for gifts or house hold use and fancy disbe will be on sale Monday was the regular term ptt the Washington Quarterly Court There was a little dock t and no cases in which there wIs a cOntet GO Wharten nd Matt Sewell wer tried before Judge Noe Saturday ana charge of Breach of Peace corn mitted by fighting in Sprjngfield ach was tined one cent and costs The trial of Ed and Robert Mattjngly Jr charged with dis orderly conduct was called lat TOPICSSSISI I UUOUM rModel Sanitary Dentall Offri ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Reasonable Office over Mrs Kate Wolliams Store Tel 220 Dn W Vaughn Stallar Mondays but by agreementt of- parUeswas set for Saturday Bill Hungate and his wife dis turbed the peace and quiet of r the tbwn Just Saturday by light iing andvere put in the lock up Each plead guilty and wore given asuitable Hue The Washington county Pro duce Co has been asked to take the State agency for C leo the wonderful washing compound This preparation will ctrtamly take the dirt and stains out ol all kinds of clothes without the trouble of rubbing them to pieces on a board ibis a very cheap preparation enough for 4 large family washings for lOcts It will noHiarm the clothes They expect a large supply in the 1st of next week Gall For Convention theDeExecutive Committee A mass cyupty convention of democrats will Be held at the Court House in bpringneld Ky on Saturday the 28th day jtf August 1915 at 2 oclock p m for the purpose of selecting delegate to attend a State Convention to be held at Louisville Ky on August SllOiS A full attendance of th4IDemo1 l1questedl1 Dempcratifi County Commi ltiji L t Base Ball d r fJI The Springfield i balr club played three gpmes oaUistweek winning all of tftem fhe first game was payed at Bards town with the team at that place aurboys winning the game by jghe score of 4 to 3 On Thursday they crossed bats with the Lelfanou boys at byttllcoreQn Friday they went to Bloon- tdefetedtbehetd and club at 3restingIj game by lhe Score f5 to 8 0ia Friday of this weok they wJll play the BloomtJGld club at l1utgust 2627 and 28 they vill play the Oertels of L0ulsyille It will be remembered that this is the only club that has beaten ourboys this season and as our rabJYIgoodones jtZ WeHdings in County t- Marriage license was issue this week to GemTjra an Miss Zulu Vaudivv r JDlie grqp- ili 1 a son of Mr 1 tinTyree iid jthfe bride is a Iii lighter yf Mrs Belle Vandivii Uoth Ire resi lderilVoftUeirvMMtr jrudg Yanliay officiattd at tWc fi I weddings last Saturday The first was hat of Mr ErastuS Keeling aid Miss 4 1a Bardjn The 00 iis a son pf Mr libv ttt t Id ie1IHi i ie1 frtMisat the UouiQof Mr Will LawJn iiearFenwick last Friday of com J Jaa daughter of the tate Tli0ma4 Brown of this couutv iiheAva andlj1res1ftlencellit MMikvil e cemetery She is survived by the followingN children Mr Tom Petarof Indianapothi md arrcl Mrs Jas Cochran of Mackyill Ky l Sweeney Mrs Par loe Sweeney ddlfatl rher home iu Mack ville last Tijiurs day of Apoplexy She had been in her usual good Health until a lew moments before her iIe th She was 65 spears old ahd prior to her marriage was a Miss Turner She is suiivedby her husband Mr John T Sweeney and two children Mr Will Sweeney and Mrs R W Agnofd Funeral services and burialfprer conducted at Mackville feMra Sw eney fvasu woman ofCrery n ble character and admired aqd1ovdby alJvho knew hft Former Citizen Dies Mr C Cj Traint formerly of this countyf died at his home in Lawrencoburg lit week after a ten days illness He was bo n inthis county 71 years agobsiog aam of Jamt3ancj Mary Trent Re was thrEte times warned his first wife being Kate Par ua of this county who lived but a Lw years He was lhitter marred t Miss Nannie Han also of this Soumy who lived abouta yeai His ast wife who survives was Mfss McMurry of Anderson county Early in life he was en gaged in the merchantile busi ije s in this county in which he was quite successful Being a very popular man he was per tsuaded by his friends to become RepresentativeJ batLlehat rp6blican ever elected to tthat voffice from this county Be l tli t tcautile baaipessy He toolcan fii1fslaDdz nsof frig adopted cjunty PERSONAL Illiisw lMois Williams of Marshal Ii the guest of her patentS MrTatid Mrs WO McChord J I41rs J C Mutldhas returaed visit Louisvillefrom a to rf t Mr andrew G Ya yis spending a few days at DaTwson lPPv Springs 4 rSfy xMiss Jennie Carrico ha xe turned home after a visit toirelr at yes in Louisville tMrs Jennie Talbott is visiting rolatives in Louisville ji i Mr John Sullivan and sitrterii Miss Mary Sullivan and lrs- PoWic Sale oltFioe- t F arm Live Stock Implements Crops EtQ I Asadministrators and heirs at law of tlvj estate of the late John Urigsy deceased we wilsell a tiu public auction to the highest and blst bidder on the premies about 9 miles N rib oA Spdngfielc Eyi and near Lltsey on llliild y 9 i t The following described real esttte and personal property towit Fine fartft inin i79 cr s This farm is well watered has on it ab Jut 150 acres at fine bottom land remZr up lard tall in high state of cultivation good old fashion dwelling houselarge stcclramP tobacco barn 4arge loi ijticcb barn 84x48 ffet 20 footto eve0 two tenant uoures finest orchard in the county This farmis welL adapted to raising Stock gra l and tobacco Has alt necessary outbuildings and iis a Qsvcass farm in every particular Anyone desiring to look at this farm before day of S lIe may inquire o ti undersigned Farm will be offered in two separate tracts and then HS a whol road reservedtlthrough front tract 30 feet wide 6 edi g and repairing privilege at once full possession Jan 1191- 0j PRRSONAL PRO PRRTYo- f 19 shotes 4 sows and pigs 1 Durpc Jersey Boar 3 good milk cows one young bull foa steers two heifers and three calves 4 work mules one 2yearold mule 4 head of horses two 2horse wagons one mowing machine two hay rakes one binder two riding cultivators one disc harrow one wheat drill one tobacco setter two turning plows one new elder rnIllsorghum mill and evaporator 7l stands of bee one pheatozi 7009 tobncc6 sticks other farming imple Iraents household and kitchen furniture about 600 bushels of corn in tthe field about 200 ouEnels of oats lot of wheat TEJlM The land o e third Jan I 19i6 same to be secured bond with approved security remainder ingni tWQadthree years from Jan 1 lOlfl equal installments tienf Interest at the rate of ix per cent per annumtg n 1916interest annually with the pre ipitating clauserwr a lien on the lrrd I E oNALI YOn a czcliF9 ix mOflb5 interest from date of Hale with approved security on alt msover t10 l3uder that amount cash HARRY WFGRiGS8y Administrators S M CAMPBELL Auctioneer of Jfhn GiigjJy dtfd and ihe heirs atlwi r w Katherine Kiiiniardt who for mefiy livedin thiscounty spent yevernl days here last week vii I1rgifrlec s Mr ardMrs UPLaie andi i i vhftijqgyetative4nOi Mr Joseph qlin was in Louii yule yesterday on busine Stt r Miss Virgie Johesr of Bs rds ftf tflMrs Jennie Thompson of Louiiv ie is visiUrirerattvfci I y at hU placE i il i i pErotl1trHuKh Kansas andj City Mo are visiing rela lMissl BisB6pis spending Pfe7 days at French Lctf f f Mr dud Mrs P WiSbum bauer are visiting relatives in s Michigan T a Miss Della Ray Gregory has returqedhome alter a visit to friends in Danyille 1 t Air andMr Joe vWyjcdff and j Mr Harry Reed and Sam B9tome uttended the Perry ville Fir one dylast week 0 2 Miss Ethel i cearcy hhs rre turned home alter a visiti to iiiends in Lexington 4Vr Miss Pauline Goodln Qf Leba inon and Miss OBryan of LouIsh vilie have returned honie after a visit to Miss Rose McUlellano Mr Harry S iad ror Ltuisbsvilleis spending his vacatiOn chrer MisgivLaura Thomp3opjYho Wsbeeh visiting relatives in BfrdstqvUha returned home i siMrandt visTtingjMr and Ms Hart She o thalratLoLlls or Miss Effie Hall of Emmiuence is visitingM ravinoqdNahly to Mr Wi1iVateiiJWnded teP- erryvjh1 Tir one ylaek- Mr Dick Ke1y Jh wife of iyOEllieUaIiundt iin Lebai n out clti9 woe1- EH 6tb Resolutions foldredklnstitute Whereas this the Washington County cored Teachers Insti t tute has held a most satisfactory aid bepfi41 sesojaud aihr iit nOw about t6otn io CIJS we your committee fcy leave ta d submit the following resolutiphs u Resolved that we exten to the pattor and members of the jAt thanks for the privilega given fH to hold our sessions in his building Resolved that we tank the citizens for their attendance and interest shown by them ii our mefctiug and the care and eitdeavor they have exhibit in the pleasant entertainmentt of the teachers while in sessionJ Resolved that we Umpk laud appreciate the kindness shin by tbepersons who cone to in I our sessiunhere witliraddress t aand music and thereby add d i nfuch Jife in our afternoon session Besolyed that wo neartiiy en dorse the campuiera against illiteracy in the Strte and we ulodge ourselves to use our en ergies to wipe out illiteracy tin Washington county A- We appreciate thUvidlt ol pr Brjtlou to our Institute atidaV sure him our cooperatidh infarv efforl towards tue betterw ntjr fthe coljred yupthiln Kentucky IUgh resolved that recote unr t e Idor eDEn Ql the admimstrJt tion of Miss Ella D Sbaiinty Superiniendeui of Washington county sChools We recogmze her a friend pf the people a hampionof HIB developuxeut of abetler cltl tu hip We pledge ourselves to support her efforts for a fierier education jd Wash ington county and in her efforts to make for this county a tii Lur educational standard Resolved that extahdTwe ti theInsjrucior Pr6fJEJE Red ourviSppjescjation for the eifort8 pit forth Wei intexesfc shown I trying ii to make this a satisfactory APiin ructiveW2titutei i tending tJ thehighesiood0 greatel need ot the teachers We ap precia te the thoroughness a cpmpJeteness ot lthe instBuction given nnaartUtvmin hnarlil y endorseihim for our Instrutitc nextyeari iI dYtWLi MrEhiDMdsonMJ tfrW JCaheryCowmjte r i t 1 JTTBardst0wn Sept 123 and 4t SffineJtl f 10000 MileS 6 tt fAOO t- IDeF Harness S ij tI1jORVILLE ARNOLD Pref VICTOR L KELLY Sy V f 1 Commissioners Salel L H Brown Admr etct = TS oderofIIMary A 3rOWI1ret al By yirture of judgment and aleof the Washington Circuit tendered at the May Term 1915 in tin 6i above tylehause I shall oceedte offer foraaeoathebremIses in Wash ngtoneountYIK on ISATURDAY AUGUST 28 191 at 2 oclock p or tiureajwut to the highest Mid best Bidder at public mac Ji6 auctioc upon a credit of one two and threeyears the following describ Ed property towit A certainiiact of lawI tile proper ty 1 theJate Thos Brown itwated bout miles Qithof TAtfcsjn Springs iII Lawrenceburg plkac ta acres 1 roOd and 30 This proMrty wilhbe olfed tracts and tJ1enua holeaanlng1Ithe way producing the Jpoik Tract Nd 1 containT8 frp 1havinggood TcisterpT 0 and onvenlesc ciii a kroed proportion of firstnelAM imrtt P- accoland 4 ftTrrctNo2 adons tract Nv 1 art Onfai 62 Acres I rood as 9 qrpules is well watered hah a guWS acre tobacco barn and cpnsidflraWe mount ot tobacco land These tracts arAboth good land an M ttaken together make an Anally cJ 6i farm and home tFor tin purchase price the urchuef1 purchasers with approved security urctie3 must exeCute nd bearing egdl1ntrest from date Of 4ale untIl al paId and havln thCfoncea eetofaIJudgment Bidders will beprepared complyjrompitly with thestira cf1BpSLEY frf CY C 1 t 1 SALEr jjf OnSatnrda yStesrS 4 191t t- At 1 o lokp m sell at pub auction to the highest blddpI he arm of George B Clements deceased situated on the Spring tlfitalulug by a recent survey 89J acr33 and 9 poles i IERMS i cash the remaInders bpt ii 2 and three years time1 1916i1dtStobearsixpereent from date i Posse siou glen as soon as terms of sal lare satisfactorily Compiled wilTf r All notes to date from time possession is given tyill ftiso sell to the highest bidder the following personal property One buggy mare 8 igoddcows and calves corn the Heid one flood buggy inI harness one iron wheel andjj and gearing plows shovels etc ERMSrAI1 sums under 11 ash ovelQ9O on six months time with approved cuttv and negotiable in bank anti bier Interest frosa ugsixpecentdate 4eMrs MATTIE CJLfcMBNTS Administralrlx AI To Study Coat Tar PniihKtp Thomai N Norton laUAmaricMl consull at Chemnitz Genuiay bat been appointed a commercial acest ol- tho department of commerce to isedii take a special InvestlgaUba ettchemical Industry In the UalUi Sta ea particularly In respect tae y ttM products It apped fcjr tb4partment that sis report will W wl tut in the deve opmeltgr I1BtHtM dyestuff manufactured la tM UaltM States Those who wish feG r o4g drnjhimand Domestic Commerce WMklBxtoa D C avis an expert ckjNaist sat the antnnr of two moaocrapks Mi aeaical subjects Cealdnt Lse Him I andersta4iyoitr party tiuvw jvji orerboari at tb eoftVeaUMW ri narked os poUtfeftl ica 4ftt to aa other vv teL thAt Ii rU6 the tkar- ftmiateWLut ws Hr Iuai tinVhn to 4 f 11ti 11 Mls CawMA iC LiNa dt1il15009 ataril ecerdI a to train aBd hi rMosaltlM otSMi M paralleled work the Jteypi jLat iMiM dtcal M letya ar tBrftata JIM a he aa kowaniryBfpl r sc 4k covenM I4s a t bN st varlirbra awl otfMT 1asthe- aven1 bodtsL Ir1H psel4tag St S froaoed Mciitr ka aaagfUstteetkwt ut fCT 4 GiII nklpo It Jtr alarn kyel iaEfose- kiI Ito tas w rdIo bis ai 1 1th44I u1 r PUBLICp 8l L SALli1 i1 j tf jt DfaWe Farm ton WI Wnin 95 AatiIU iij frSag 8t f t i atSpHa sharp on tbp pre Hnr tb Banvlll a 5 jri UjLcbanon turnpKt about one mile lirek oBramfeUI aa4 Mr one wiluo sostof AIceton sell 1OtbehibeM Jttle farp of aboitt 95 acres TIM laid I Jjl a 0 b4t of ciltivatioo an aibudsnce o jivao 1N1 watran llg1t room fljencSt k Bars Toteeoo Basnd other oi baIdings ln good rfJpr This lIaI l r rate opportunity to buy good hOme it ha iKrike ITt sdhoohindtwo stations onJih L fc N R R IIr WA tesrtrWho J1vQt farm wil1 takp 1tIIiaabowhig proi4p ctive buyers over the priua HlillillKf iii privile this fall ind fuIh iUssesslouJan 1 i1i rJibral dna foarth aahremaindr divided 1 qiLpqS ifints d9C III 1 2 1indlf esrs w tJi 1JIJU 11 COZATT f9 i tS2zt I I j tP4adIsdIsKyai44i tk ttJJOHNI YANARsniraQr 4h r j bIp i 41J4UPUPPM ttrn jf 4LV it t7i JaDi r1 l-Q fJJstl v wIVCsCs1s mdl hcx jaDtl f VHV ffotjiri 4i 7 w M J 1 iYt oJ t 1 tlC f 1i ThE QCAXXA ctMNNY I rafL i 11Lfl i t KentttckyState 1ir= LOJLSV1IIE r 7 t September fSmtp 18tI- 5It ddNor SiF9nIIidfti tI t yIfr y t Troids aPadag Ra D 111 FSwoa aOxenj t LkW SuI LqAddoas tis aa tI d 7 f lh t l flttJ 1 L4ViTwwfV nirstar- fE arm rV of biter nlt MOlflart nerabip ll person IntJcbted 10 them ire beby requested to II AT ONQE and set tie i T A SMITA ChNpu1Mr CASTOR ff- j y ci cifI J RI nL Mif L fi AZtT LAW OJ I R 1JIB K4JT fe fmek a IIi s bj b a 116 b bis frt t u epat mwats feat ev4 a btrdwould e4sa of 4dtag And yet slhe haa Mdy tw yean is ear ot w1sk eabyn fftt h M IT t 1tttIi s uttdO atkow thS a- j t r aM WB4v whtte BiuflMsIp pMS t b11ty1- Iks 4 aad dafto aad Lid 4ify fMWo IIit bs es17 Jaue TI t sU7 rut Jst tw ti A artlAW P asa PJp ttMl IMuOtt pK j KTe e cW a ve7Liatrtpkl tOul In acItu JJumpei w tctMt e over io I B1R TOBA0 YEAR I Esr4ute Arwui1 I U IhpiM sr II It tIII t 2aor14 Pr ItIv cIkIsisoctbaa PN4t ta totaKco txMMt at the It frjar will ko ftj wna d verfeouaty for l L aktg sa to ks t tike ta ta their ee eoad this iisjan iy satai the t teefBjc of tbetr crops aad the r cV1 1I1te118tor1II ld e Toli Bees rpi e xiM J L crrr eatekyb tat y 1U1EyI1ila 8 teaface eUxi wSU Mwe czop 1Iit iL 3d 4 IL5CJJFt1lll Trr 15 ss Ifeo 1 u ioeo ib 1AIt p flrt a Wssg ssf bi4sht eatliaradir tf 5N Iccao 1NO fAM SII atPt Seat hj uo 1 wra r JUt 4M 110 lea u po 9J 1fj s bihrte wrapper aaa lts F1 LOT NSOMUC1CWP 1 uo y was uo 251Vk V r t j JO t IJ I fCP ft J ht f J t i4 kt wt l k ru v LAWLESS SKIMMER fOF iisi ttc Air QuettV Jaac 1cY3bit 9m th crowed wires madertbe plan topee Us chute freei the body qf the ear aa4r with the ainSeB gfini sixty or fevenfy Bailee anjiwir drop 5qO betO M j tratJ support uribrelln open ana SrjrTijI lm to the uUilJtttL iKmhtag at a are too etrlc tor eft am esvcwM tnia to rival tfco e MMi MiiB Ughteniag vt titt kN1Pout11M411kei is abiatueiljr aVee e and pctatoci- kMtkBenaea fl7 Ie aid Jfe ch uatfl tBfUetle tl and the big car 4sjlrt MBMehes aid trlumpiiaBtly tiaae their oowwy for that time at eetOetegover Ntefara falls In B barrel or1sea klag iB a gunpowder factory d featlhtaUM Mere description aBd rhkh ia r reiHty eiw of the most spectecvbtr tjOMi electrifying and tremea dosy cilllBg ever wltheaeed and w1c H other ft1er1s duplicating oe tLgC3tvery d y Ruth Law and her tienri a Ctmra will be the supreme at tractioii at the Kentucky State Fair DitIOanf afternoons of the week Geerfe lirayland will make his death eItt Great Sew For Thirteenth IKtntuckyStateFaar fsw eg IXXP JMDXRK CROP 19U Hit JU trla 1HU 1000 600 eB eekwrapper 1000 600 250 WMiI57501IfIIIL1k1I7 Bet four samples each wpnpje repre entln fiihlferentIl type Ha rr Stats Fair JKaadaome programs for nil the daily xad nlgbtgf tttl rfutbe thirteenth aawial Kentucky State Fair to be hold la LouUrAU Sept 13rl8 ate being prepared b1alClark and Harry Leslie twe of the lives advertising experts In tpakvlUe te books list every special feature b9reJaQwtitae and placelof nbpwlng and cover Hippodromagreat free outdoor affairs which In elude the worlds wonder Ruth Law whIchGtorhipwlUh1tweenhJmniadvertlahig space In these procrams s addressIngtir sor the Kentucky State Fair of ficcs In Louisville ltaierrrSaHIt TlcktU 9easoa tickets in boo fprm are be I1 prepar bytheKeutuiky Stat Fair Btaa geBtent ahd vD go oif sale i 4KN MjRPt 11 The books yjSlialttiOtle ttdlCntlcketshmaybean4he Inpbdrqmo show in the Pa wllJbePurdialeTiPf4 t fot Oks d tred A4HSfl tt lPflUcaUons and t D nt tecrrr of the k 1 lfa1rtbu1vllle ky 4t LFestl hI4 Jf ti JWI are Mt He I iMt Ry bik1 t eIIerrYM OLMSkI WI dS M S r with jlMtbi Ti4MprOpqrbSSIM 11 xecUeat lii 111y tttwo ft Ltidy joa seed k rhk pod odid arv tha 43ld v4Le IL ly brt is ip S- IlJc AaPYLL poid FSIy s forty uta bey nVU- ssndobsjoahtln 1ditayrss pI PZafoOVf Ppfa P PS r JlJlUR PIIa FORUM 11 Root Oil Womans Sphwn The qoestie SI WOaaa fnfrage Is issue before the A erfcam yeeple Twelve states kare adopted itfour aor stats vote apoa tt this fall ant it Js strongly ri 4 that Jt beoerae a platform tIeuel of tSe Batloal political parties It i therefore the privilege ami the to study carefully tkir subject Horn Xlia ttoia dtocuwlBc this qu e0m feelere the constitutional Ooaytit e New York reeeatly saW In part a oppo to ttrMtIs of draP to woaei- Jecao I believe that it wHit H a ieee to Wcmes to all women and to every woasaa aad ii cause I believe it woHld be an lajury to the statS aa4 to every Kan afii every WOtBU IB tlte atatL It w81ll HUHI II n MJheathing seWed in the bag tithla subject it iItltat sufrage is ot a natural tobebe wUlbehto my judgnent air tkr esters no elemat o f the IBferiorityofwoman OIIaaidUrereBti ilitIeaIJ cxeatetman adapted to the pertomamoe of certala ftwclii tJaeIHrformucefuaetionsWoman ctaaraeterputweapoewhichzeryekesfortrife te1re t ler reputaiTe as tawhomI JThe whole clfac of gevtnHBeot I the science of protecting life aaiJibertya powersthei t withthetoplacethMhlgkbe protected rather thai to eagace IB the ttera warfare of govefaaaeat IeIBur judCBtlat this whole BtaveBMBt arise ifroa a false conception of duty ad Qf the riOt e both mtm aad wemea tbefiMUo10M 4ir I hetieve thai it la aa attempt to ttarB feackwara upon the Use ot MaT 4 YlpStbadtbitiftheitepverbe takea we go ceBtariee back r4eis arek1szde sh3k er BoMer aad purer dirilisatteB whkkm st W IBM sit IB ik4 eeifBeioH bet iB the higher aifereBtiatk e the seas I tI lta1 emaay the following story The enlprit waa brought before the hy one ot the leerteachers It seems to me1 said the school I hleJNMkltLaeeeM1paMf replied bingflYIae s L sir all the boys played soldier Matt tho Cariataas holidays and Baturafiy they always mad the youBg eat take the part of the perfidious En lUhman Tnleboy is the yoBBgeet Hoyeatsl A lawsnlt in New York over a J30 WO bequest to a LoadoaCata house Jaubrou1ht out 1eierlTeach with a basket searched parks and alleys of the English capital and collected 479000 stray cats in 15 years go many cats were captured that it was necessary to hire a house where they were either fed to sleekness and iiaraed out or slut to death with chloro form Four hundred and seventynine thousand cats seems a good many but Ixmaon la a big city and perhaps the story may be true Work of Famous Surgeon The French military authorlUee have decided to send to the Russian hospital at Bordeaux all the wounded suKering from peeudarthroisis or leee otbope In that hospital they will be treated by the method of Doctor Voron of who haJ discovered procedure by which the bones of other saon or toon th8PteinBsplaBtiBg a aonkeys bone to the arm of a wovaded French soldier baa kea carrie but with eonplete sue Egypt Get More nam nww Rln felt In torrents in Alexandria Egypt durIng the rejrtclnga over the accession of the new sultan Some fifty years ago the statement would have seemed ridiculous but of recent years the climatic character of Egypt has lost its consistency and now we have rain in places where none was known before and more rain where there was yery llttleor only the leD tie dew The English are believed to be re sponalble for the rain with thelrneiAanneia for spreading over the land the waters of the Nile Cairo has only two inches In the year while 50Q mile Jt the Nile there is practically Bone at all Just as tho plantation of trees in a desert will bring rain so is Egypt now a moister place because of the extension of cultivated lands But itIta not likely that all our western clvj Illzatlon will ever destroy the woe derful dryness of Egyptian air with whichl the constitutions of iovaUte and pyramids agree pP HonEHhu J6I dut- yofvH7voter eTIdaCe1abeleUNrn4sts ehopladasterv tooki I BECAME A ONTESt OF WITS e a fetters In HiimereiM Effort te 0t ihe Beet ef Jeke rVhlctr Ended In iDraw l A Tery serions drama iru being kyed and in one of the principal ttliece warn uppe to rue to feverWt a prisoner was required to real ak a ft letter which the jjailer brought to his cell To avoid iEe- Jiwther committing the contents toI mMMfff thi actor was accustomed fc havflthe yam written out on the paper that WMihjhided to him One jBigb ti htrfever thejactor whoI took tte part of the jailer decided toI kave a joke at tlie expense of hik fcreiher player the prisoner and iteaofthe letter hegave him a aneetSqf perTho prisoner startE thgteaitaloudwasforamotent the blank Fa Eer But he quickly re a covered himself a tYeLJerW1he safecalmly t 1 am Very znnch hamed to be forced to tell yon 8om1hinwhich I lont like to say to anyone My pa Tema were very poor and as I never went to school I cant read Pera IsisIs Jolcerwaa also a nan of ready wit For a second or twt he lookdat theI aper aid then aautl I will certain Itm1Pi Ai might be iroaTined he brought 1JACk vKk the pacics the nisc3l r loLu8rThe old lure of pieces of eight anrl 01thoscforure atill sound an irresistible taU In a the departurerfrom San Francisco l recently of the ormer scow schooner Bobert Henry on a mysterious expe dition to the lower coast of lCali ifornia another effort is on foot to wrest from the abandoned hulks ofsthe eea and tIe supposed treasure filled beaches of distantshorcs booijp and loot untold Seeking salvage in all parts of the worl is the work 11bi the America Deep Sea Exploration company owners of the vessel Just what is theobject of the strange quest the outfitters are not prepared to say but it is tmderntood that tine old wrecks that litter the shores of Sfagdalena hay which was the re treapf many dark craft of former C aII I r I d ALMost ANY CONSUMPTIVE MIGIiTt HAVE THIS t ao OST J etijjfrt a framework on which a floor has been built Above this IstargexceptfSi f g l VICTIM OF PUBLIC WRATH Surly Parisian Cabman Given a Leo son In Plain Courtesy and In Patriotism At times of overwhelming tragedy when on e ery hand are to be found scenes of patriotism selfsacrifice li1d naIUonssituations Such an Incident occurred In Paris during the French mobUlza lion carlrylngcab on a crowded street and asked the driver to take him to the Eastern ppe1andl mor stared sullenly at the captain and shook his head But It Is urgent cried the cap talnil anf tate I must get there driver sliooX his head A group of bystanders witnessed the cabmans refusal They spoke to one another in an undertone Suddenly they rushed forward picked up the captain bodily thrust him equipment and all into the cab and slammed the i dOor Some one pulled the driver from his seat A man from the crowd leaped up and caught the reins In almost no Urns the captain was rat tling away to the Eastern railway terminus As be looked back he saw the crowd cheerfully rolling the surly cabman In the street Youths ISoJllaj panloo I Science Museum Several groups of objects of special Interest as illustrating appliances used in war by sea land and air kayo been brought together in two rooms In the Science mUseum South Kensington London Perhaps the seriesIrat wellknown ships Including alodel of his majestys ship Good Hope and ot the dreadnanght battleship is majestys shIp Monarch the latter reeently added to the collection onI loan Submarines are represented by drawlBga and photographs With sev ral of the models in the aeropl nesec- ios there are fullsize engines and parts Thor enemys aircraft are rep Iented by a general model of the HumplerTaube monoplane which was the chief German army tiachlne at the beginning of the war and a lie ram drawing of a Zeppelin Jam and Bully Beef for British The amount of jam that the British soldier is eating on this campaign has tnewspaper IeenIfor the first time the British soldier in war The supply of this particular delicacy seems to have been unlimit d With Jam bully beef biscuits and tea the British soldier seems able to go anywhere and do anything o doubt jam ls excellent food and ito certain extent I fancy that it re places fresh vegetables The first campaign In which Jam played a no- iceable part was the second Boer warIn Peninsular and Crimean days freshly killed beef and biscuits were usual rations of the troops but the traveling field kitchens on wheel which now adcompany all regiments nd batteries have Improved U e Drib sh B9ldlor8 lot Exchange Strolling alon tb corridors of M- Ig United States post office depart ahenHands Called large hualtymm was bewildered s he number of rooms he encountered n his effort to locate the desired one e accosted a passing clerk and In quired where Fourth Assistant Post ixnaster General Blakslees room we- cated When informed he tremblingly polled from his vest pocket where It reposed ready for delivery a card reatly embellished In a Spencerlaa hand showing that he was rural carrie from Wisconsin I wonder If Mr Blakslee would Jlke to see one of his bands be re marked The clerk not being familiar with rural vernacular and knowing that Vr Blakslee had two hands could understand why he should want to IHoweverhis hands as he always does and phrase promises to be the pops s sesame to Pin entrance into hu aee EDUCATIONAL fUND President Yuan Shi Kai has f1s estnb1ivrhkhMaandbroadannuallyhe3000000 annually in the BankIiDg hina Recent reactionary ten ences in China have caused consid uneasiness regarding the fu ure of modern education President evidencethatsrn education GUESSED HE HAD ENOUGH Ifr N lAt 1hisdemanded Mrs Nagga her war signal displayed 4II stopped ifttfttiMhe bUll e tins 1gaThe the fightingFightingfine fightSngWhyye my dear I guess I he replied meeklySpringfleld Um TThcr i nlv licht work in this tablishmeni That tBuiUme WhaHsitP Dyeing hair bfonde tintsn THE IACKER T7hat ii tIlt first thing needed San avkiion foterprise tbftaltM7 A Century Ago Samuel Colt inventor of the r rqlver was born 100 years ago In Hartford Conn Be was a boy of fit teen on board an East Indlanman a Ballot before tho mast when he made celeIgovernment and Urn army and navy declined for a long time to give the revolver their Indorsement and the first company formed for Its manufao ture ended in failure But the Sem Incje war In Florida demonstrated the merits of the weapon and It was then adopted by the army Other wars In different parts of the world created a demand for the revolver and by the time of the outbreak of the American Civil war the Colts arms works could iardly meet the call for the famous pistol Mr Colt mtfde a great fortuno ant of his invention but in 1862 ho died at the early age of fortyAslght 0tEmersons Idea of Dreams Emersons claim ilmt even in the dreams of the night vre are carrief forward accords with nil that science or philosophy can unfold touching the onward march of being It is true that it fis for the active mind that he be speaks this gain and it Is in the re freshing ministry of sleep to mans mind and body that Its purpose iti hu man life is commonly found To nur and refresh him for further use of ha powers is the meaning of sleepA mls lion in general acceptation and car sled to fulfillment little more cold bo asked of it Nothing surely if it could enfold that sleep of death In its redeeming logic For truly It after lifes fitful fever man sleeps well it must be as Browning so clearly dis corns that he sleeps to wake to the grander use of his powers in the life more large Nor should ho fear to find himself of Just such stuff as his dreams were made pf How He Could FInd Out Henry Irving in his early days once played a part which in thp first act called for a dark stage In this darkness he fought wlUi an old earl threw him heavily and when he ttd not rise after the loud thud of ills taU Irving would cry out Great heavens What have 1 oner One night be played the part Isa small English town A stage hand was yery much Impressed wlthlho play and to him scenes quickly be came renlSo that when IrVIn- eIreachedthe climax felled the old earl and spoke the l1e JVhat have I dorni handJStrike a match andtwell hero ilook j IIJ Thoughts Not Up to Her oEjThere was one young tvomculn the box party at thex theater wnp toolc no part in the noisy clatter and giggle With her gaze fixed upon the stage she watched the progress ot the play Indifferent to the gayety ground her except that her dellcator aristocratic finely chiseled features bore a look of weariness and a scornful smil curled her lips At last however she turned her head slowly and looked at the other members of the party lderlythatronen in th blue kimono she jald thinks she Is th wholb cu ar MODESTLY RELATED 4tWas dat you Aat Uowed Bazor tim oufn de meetin las night asked Ifies Miarfi Brown Yassindeed replied Mr Eras goodtlfowin0 de road in two bounces What were de trbuble Twerent no trouble It were a pleasure KEEP gp UNREST IN CHINA I Fervent Believers In Evil Spirits and Kindred Invisible Agencies Source of iluch Trouble It is acommon belief among he ig norant classes of the Chinese that the Innumerable evil spirits of tIe naIevil state of bondage and suffering Superstition runs so rampant throughout China In spite of the sprinkle of education and advances made during the last decade by occI- dentAl commerce find missionary ef forts that the average native firmly believes in the existence of invisible agencies These superstitious agen des can mysteriously cut off queues and bring about sickness or accident or other dire disasters Because of this superstitious fe r and belief in the presence of evil do mons many of the Chinese are frequently aroused to the wIldest most uncontrollable state of excitement These latter outbreaks manifest them selves In different phases of public disorder and rioting For example In 1877 a panic broKe out In which a inuuecuttlng mania occurred The later Boxer outbreak was a gi gantlc illustration of how supersti tious fear can arouse tho average Jjon gollan Under tho stress of high ex citement and fever the average Ig norant Chinaman led nby unscru beItleBtitious mind of thq native Is readily worked up to the point where he believes he bears a charmed life anti that his body Is Invulnerable to rifle bullets exploding artillery shells or other mitsileaotwar Difficult as It is to believe them todarlftChinathey believe no sword has over been forged which can cut their charmed lives Obviously they have never gone up against the real thing in oc- cIdental warlaroi l ut It Is with such sophistries that thVeI fatalists In flame the superstitious minds of their Ignorant follower Tho disturbing and perilous Element among the Ce lestials with their wild superstitions is Impossible to estimate but In spite of the mabrelous advances dqrlng the last two decades China is still filled with such dangerous IncnOQe of tho great needs of modern China la blltheseoran sU i lestlal ca i be overcome Clyde Wit ii L S44 6Saved GirlsLifc L Iff I want to tell you what wond6rfu benefit 1I hawe ncelved from the useJof Thedfords alack 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